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Title: The Florida alligator
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Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: October 17, 1917
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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Vol. VI University of. Florida, Gainesville, Wednesday, October 17, 1917 No. 4


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Lightsey and Wilkinson-and they
managed to out-buck out-run and out- Madge Chosen Vice President, C. A. Business Manager No Longer Whistles Many Former Students Expected to
anything that the Gamecocks
could Robertson Secretary and Treasurer. Merrily at His Work-Managing Editor Return to Alma Mater for Annual
conjure against them.
IN WORK OF BACKFIELD Cole Blease Seaborn's sixty-yard Marshall, W. W. GUIlD Wilkinson Cusses at His-Sun Will Prob- Jubilee-Bonfire, Parade, Football

run through the entire Florida outfit and Casler Go on Board of Directors. ably Never Shine in Florida Again. and Dance.

in the, last period was the Individual --
of the
'Gator after

'Gator met disaster game.at the business- presidency W. P. Hayman of the was University elected Athletic to the which The kept expectations giddy the of minds affluence of the, G GUIS 10 JET fflli[ N [IEYEN

'end of his stiff clutched
arm or only
Ball Lightsey Faller and Wilkinson :earth as he deftly sidestepped as they Association last Wednesday afternoon Business Manager and Managing Editor I
by 81 votes against 55 for S. A. B. and which were hoisted to
flung themselves in his wake. lofty Flushed With Victory OverSoath'Carolina [
Show Real Stuff Behind
the Line. Wilkinson, his closest opponent for heights by the recent action of the
Effective Use of Forward Pass a was the Gamecock's most the office; V. D. Mudge was chosen student body in voting salary and ButNot Overconfident, Coach
dependable ground gainer while
Feature of the Game, Made Possible towered over the rest of the team's- ice-president and C. A. Robertson commission to them for their servicesto Buser's Men Will TacklelLouisiuna

by Good Interference-Four Consecutive defensive system. It was Thin bov who secretarytreasurer.The the paper, came rushing down sev Footbail Aggregation.

! Passes Net Florida Sixty-Yard hurried the 'Gator backfield and was list of nominations for the presidency eral days ago and struck bottom witha .
which had been posted several dull
Gain-Ball Makes Two Touchdowns, mainly responsible for several fumbles days before the election on the Buck- sickening thud following a + + <*> + ;XOXOXK + + *
meeting of the trustees for the
and his alertness and fierce tack- pa.I
i Running Sixty Yards for One-Light- man bulletin board, contained the *
li the most formidable obstacle .
! sey Also Carries It Over. ng that the 'Gator offensive enco n-- names of Hayman Wilkinson and Rex per.That the Alligator has been in rather Homecoming comes but once a +
+ year. Let us make the joyful +
! tEred.Jinx Farrior. after the first ballot had straightened circumstances for
! been taken Farrior was found to below + event the most successful ever. +
Fumble some time the whole staff knew but
Makes His
.i (By Joe Dalton) Florida won the toss and Appearance chose to man and was eliminated. The that it was under the supervision of + Let every student write to every -frt
alumnus he knows and him +
second ballot resulted In the urge
Coming from behind In Saturday' receive. Hampton kicked off io Fuller trustees was entirely surprising. But a
; + to return to his Alma Mater for +
game with South Carolina here Flor 'who returned the ball ten yards Hayman as stated above. careful examination of the paper re-
+ the occasion. Then let him
ida's football eleven amassed a total the next plays Florida could not Mudge was opposed for the viceresident's vealed that such was the case-there see +
gain, -!' what the new Florida is: the im- <
of twenty-one points in the third jghtsey made it first down, but on office by F. G. Merrin. As were three of them in fact. Dean
4 the life and +
new ,
quarter with a whirlwind attack ot the next plays Florida could not gain, the j presidential vote had taken a good Harry: R. Trusler of the College ot
4i the new students, and make him +
jctball as the spectator loves to sets so Lightsey punted Clements downing deal of time a rising vote was held Law, Dean J. R. Benton of the College .
feel that he is of '
one +
it-a .well organized offensive with Drown in his tracks. On the first Car-' on this election, the candidates leaving of Engineering and Dr Charles *

the overhead. method used extensively olin a play Connell broke the hall. Mudge had a substan. L. Crow, professor of modern lan *
through the tial * yBseeee$':K + + + + + + 1
bat not to the exclusion of straight line and threw Turner for loss. Bowen majority. guages in the College of Arts and

football. Florida's 21 to 13 victory fumbled and Lightsey recovered It Robertson and H. R. DeSilva ran a Sciences There will be an excellent programon

i was: a vindication of Coach Buser's for Florida. This put the ball on Caro- close; race for the secretaryship the These three trustees possess a true next Friday night which will be the f f

I Litrpretatlon of the Western football ina's twenty-yard line. Lightsey fumbled former winning with 51 votes, while tee's deed, which renders them invincible eve of Home-coming Day on the campus

i system for the 'Gator offensive walt and the ball was lost. Carolina his opponent got 48. ; and tends to make what they being the time selected for the

.t so powerful that it was not to ba denied could not gain and punted. At this Six men were nominated (for the say go. In this instrument of tor. I"get-together". It is a time when the '

and so much so as to overcome point a fumble cost Florida a score. indent seats on'the Board of Directors tune, this trustee's! deed, is a clause old faces will meet with the new, when

cuv.shortcomings of the defensewhich after the 'Gators had run the ball to of the Association: A. P. Yare which seta forth that the Alligatorstaff I old talents wiil greet their class-

at Hb worst could not be .classed as"wean. Carolina's twenty-five-yard line. Caro s ball, S. A. Wilkinsca, W. W. Gunn, shan't get a thin dime for their! mates of '07 and '08 and renew the

."" Ina had the ball tbe rest of the quar T. O. Otto E. B. Casler and F. G. drudgery in publishing the paper. good days of long ago. A big bonfire I

Ti-at one-quarter was as full ol lee, but could make no headway. Scoreat ,Merrin. Marshall, Gunn, "' lkin.onand That ends it. will add to the cheer, and each

thrills and the spectacular as ever delighted end of quarter Carolina 0, Florida 0. Casler were elected, having 74, It seems that several years ago. alumnus is invited and expected to

a football throng, and the dad Carolina after a few unsuccessful 7?, 65 and 65 votes cast for them respectively ... one of the Alligator's managers con make his soap-box speech; to tell

was one delightful for football. FlorIda line bucks opening the second period ,i while Otto and Merrin fin ceived the praiseworthy idea of buy briefly his experiences when he was

,cored;; by straight football once, resorted to open play. Two forward shed with respectively 51 and 54 ing a press and a quantity of type a University boy. The Junior class

scored again by the forward pass passes being successful the last one votes! chalked up opposite their ard setting up the Alligator in bu s will give a "Warmer" and will handout

method, snd the.third touchdown was resulting in the first touchdown of the names. mess for itself: a sort of "Own-your- of course not a lobster dinner or
the result of one of those soul-stir- game.; Hampton kicked goal. Dr. W. L. Summers and Coach A. 1* own-home-why-pay-rent" Idea. So
a Spanish supper but such things
ring dashes which the 'Gator enthusiasts Passes Signal Successful. Buser were nominated in writing b> contracts for about $600 were taken as smokers apples and lemonade.
bave been looking for confidently After receiving the kick Dr. Murphree as faculty board
off Florida mem on, T200 of wh oh was paid out of the Saturday morning the alumnae are
from "Heine" Ball. opened a bit, too, four bees, the nominations unanimously
up working con were Alligator bank account that year and Invited to join in with the student
Florida had the ball in the Game.cock's secutive successful passes all of which accepted by the associationand notes for the remainder were given "
body in a big "spirit parade. The exact -
territory_ most of the time the were worked by Lightsey and Fuller, Dr. Summers was elected Chats the three faculty members agreeingto ] formation will be In the hands of
early arrival of irerr Jinx von Fumble I Florida was on the Gamecocks' fifteen man of the Board.
stand in
good for them the capacity
a committee of students but the pro.cession .
proving an obstacle that could not i yard line when the half ended.
of trustees for student body.
will probably be as follows:
bo overcome for the first two period' I After a strong talk from Coach Be-
Naturally they have the right to diLate e The band will come first. Then the
Fumbling has been something that sr, the 'Gators came back into the MEETING(( Of STUDENTS(
the shall since
II where money go, alumnae and members of the faculty.
no coach
has been able to fight out game with fighting spirit enough to
they responsible for the
are paymentof .
Such original or fantastic floats
of a 'Gator squad and today's exhi score three touchdowns. Opening the
bition proved that in this item alon 'I the ball to Carolina's twenty-yard line 10 E1EINWHDITOI[ ( R the notes.Accofding. as any student or number of students

Buser has formidable season's work"I the ball to Carolina's twentylyard fin e to TJT. Benton, the trustees could get up would come in well here.
do not object to the staff being
Then the student body or battalion
out for
him. Otherwise the Blue and' (Continued 2)
on '
Gold prospects have never been' Present Managing Editor Has Resigned. (Continued on page 2) will come next with Company A and

brighter.The Company B in the lead with the colors .
Staff to Receive and Consider
just before Company C. Any automobilists .
team had snap pep and fight. CONTRACT EMPLOYING
for Job if Presented Before
After fumble had cost them and Florida supporterswho
scores and the visitors had leaped AT SOUTHEASTERN!;FAIR Six O'clock Thursday Night. DRAWN BY DIRECTORs care to co-operate with us will

into a 7 to 0 lead with a pair of beautiful I --- bring up the rear. The parade will

passes in the second There will be a meeting of the form at about 10 o'clock at Buck.

the bunch came back quarte.j Six representative men from the student body In Chapel Hall on Thursday contract employing Rex Farrioras man Hall and will march up University .

what Is more for twelve minute Animal Husbandry classes of the University evening at seven o'clock for tb e assistant to Coach A. L. Buser during avenue Into town and then around

played the best football ever seen on left Saturday afternoon to attend purpose of electing a managing editor the 1917.18 year was drawn up at the square in front of Miller's where

Fleming Field. the Second annual SoutheasternFair for the Alligator. The present a meeting of the newly elected Boardof the, crowd will be in charge of chee

Florida Outclassed Rivals at Atlanta where they will take editor has resigned his position on Directors of the Athletic Associr a. leader De Vane. We want to let all

The Gamecocks were outclassed. part in the stock judging contests. the staff stating as his reason f o tion held Thursday afternoon. Fa*, Gainesville know of our festivity, ana

Florida made ten first downs to three Deal Rolfs said that these men were doing so the fact that his University liar will assist Coach Buser In th e last but not least to remind them that

for the South Carolinians. Florida was positively the best in this line in the work prevents his giving sufficient coaching of all athletics engaged in by there is to be a game on Fleming

penalized twenty-five yards to thirty school and he expects them to "bring time to the paper to make it a sues the University men. field and that the 'Gators are going

lost by the visitors and Lightsey out- home the bacon. This contest i cess from the editorial standpoint. Also a contract was arranged to win but need the whole student

kicked Hampton and Waring fiftee for students in the schools includedin The resignation goes into effect Immediately whereby Alex Francisco proprietor of body as well as the city populace -

yards to the boot punt. Florida gained the states represented at the Fair. after the publication of thi the restaurant and ice cream parlor behind them.

more than 150 yards with the forward The teams judge the stock and turn issue of the Alligator. A new man oposite the campus on University I Iavenu Much encouraged but not over-con

pass, eight working successfully while in theip scores: after this the off. should be chosen not later than will be given the cold drink fident our 'Gator warriors will go on
Carolina's with cial judges turn In their scores and Thursday evening, as work on tn and concession
passing met disastrou e cigar In the boothnext the gridiron against Tulane with the
failure through the energies of Busers the scores submitted by the studentsare next Issue should begin by Friday. la the grandstand on Fleming fighting spirit that will make us vise

backfield. checked by those of the officials.A picking a man for the job. the staff Field. The Athletic Association Is to torious. We have a team this yea

Thomas, on one wing was the main costly loving cup will be awarded will consider experience primarily receive cue-half the net profit of that Is going to bring old Florida to

stay of the 'Gator forward line though to the team making the most nearly and as a secondary consideration age Alex's sales which will be made during the front We have a team that

Wells, Swink and Brannon played a correct score. Those who went I and class will be taken Into account the various athletic contests on does not know the meaning of "quit.

stellar game, Fuller proved himself a to Atlanta from here are F. R. Ed ; the men who have been here longestbeing ; the! field. Coach Buser and "Coach Rex" bare

gem at quarter, his generalship being wards. F. G. Merrin, W. E. Stone C. given first chance. Anyone withI I Plans for the South Carolina and instilled the "never-say-dle" spirit

undebatable and his forward passing t S J. Neiland, P. D. Camp and June Gunn.i a little journalistic experience or a Tulane games were discussed by the into the whole bunch. Just look back

be marveled at. He threw six thatcounted The stock judging took place Mondayand liking for such work should apply tothe board and consisted chiefly of arrangements at the performance In Saturday

almost 100 yards. In the far Tuesday and the men will return staff before six o'clock Thursda for the keeping of the game. Beaten in the first half by a

backfield It was a trio of stars Ball, today evening. gates at the time Off the games. (Continued on page 2)

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J. W. DALTON.. ..Athletic Editor What's the reason there were not .,
r + Business Department more out to the Senior reception ]wyenUy of Florida' JacksonTille Headquarter f

W. L. MAHON ..Manager Probably the only one that can be gT Rates from $L50 up J
T F. M. DE VANE..Assistant ManagerD. en la lack of interest in each other, PETERS Asst. Igr.-' I

V. ROUSE.......Circulation Mgr. for primarily this was given to be.. J. B. POUND, President. CHAS. G. DAY, Manager J- RESELL ;!J
come better friends. The affair was f

I F Eatered. second-class matter, advertised well and the inducements 'ili

t September 28 1912 at the postoffice mentioned and they were enough to "
: .... at Gainesville Fla. under the Act of have caused each one to come out. You ACTmN ON RAT CAPsff $SM IRIF8 YANISH INTO huM I I llf,

I March 3d 1879. who did not. are the losers. The SOCIETY I (Continued from page 1) 1

f speakers were interestingand the
,: < Place all communications and news program as a whole entertaining. The HAS BIlK TAKEN AND paid, but until the pater. which is
items in taxes for that
designated predominating thought of everyone only school activity which has ahr
I } purpose in Peabody and Language was- the approaching game with South PI K. A. DANCE been solvent get on a good flea ,,1,

,! Halls. Carolina and you should have been TnlY Will[ BEHERESOON foundation they do not think tta :j

there hear made which should be paid out to
!j -Rate The Florida Alligator, $LOO. to predictions Thursday night the Pi Kappa Alpha money j
t came true to the word. Fraternity entertained with a danceat workers. It Is possible that at tit'

On Friday night, Oct. 19th. the their rooms. The affair was given end of the year, the managers will .
j: EDITORIAL Juniors will give a "rally" to all stn. in honor of :Mr Frank Pooser who is Scph Committee Puts It Up to Freshies the amounts voted them by the ;

:r :; dents, alumni, citizens and visitors, In here on a furlough greeting old Who Get Busy With Enthusiasm. dents.

; I. J.I: ; FRESHMAN fact all who are Interested in the lends and "frat brother" During Class of 1921 Almost Unanimously ]

I I REGULATIONS game with Tulane. This will be glen >, thE:' evening: delicious fruit punch was Chooses Last Year's Official Cap. SENIORS HOLD ANNUAL ;
t I between- Thomas and Buckman served and music was rendered by ? SMOKER AND TALKFEJ 1
.' f, ., The custom has long been in effect Tails where! a big "Bon Fire" will b.. the Fess-Borts Orchestra.

I J at the older colleges to have certain furnished by the "rats" and It will not Several visiting girls were present The Seniors were hosts to the 17] .
The little green caps worn by the
) f regulations for the members of th. be far for them to carry the boxes> among whom were :Miss Catherine freshman' classes last year will b* :versity students and faculty FrMij|..

;I t Freshman class by which they are reminded -> and barrels necessary. Here we wantto Hawkins and Miss Harriett Clark. Dr. seen on the campus again within a night at a smoker held in the Lij|'
I continuously during their first arouse the enthusiasm and "pep* College buiWiag. .r
t and :Mrs. Crow Coach and :Mrs. short time, as the result of action
I # year of the fact that new men must which will enable the 'Gators to do Buser chaperoned. The eastern. of giving aa anouf
evening at a
taken last Wednesday
t I keep within their bounds. They ,are the same thing to Tulane that we dido smoker generally h M at the firs.tl
; meeting of the class of 1921: when a
; also drawn closer to the members of South Carolina. each year is one that is obrve4fcj '

't t their class since they are bearing a Following the Junior "rally" the THETA CHI DANCE Sophomore committee appeared be an classes, and age coming befer ..
fore the new men and formally In
t common hardsbip. Sophomore and Freshman classes will beauty, the Seniors always start t .
,formed them of the custom inaugurated j ..
I F : Such rules have their advantages give, at intervals of a week similar In order to help celebrate our vic- here ball rolling. .
a year ago.
f 10'Florida undertook last year to entertainments to the students. tory over South Carolina the Theta I The freshmen were shown two Punch and "eata" were served aal

i F adopt rules in that direction. The Chi's gave a most delightful house- caps, one of them of the lot purchased speeches by students and fac* .
,: Sophomore class,' with the help of the The spirit that was shown by the dance. Every one seemed:: full of during the first semester of last members were heard and applaud "

Upper Classes, established the precedent participants in the parade to town life and were feeling like indulging in year und the other a more expensivebut The affair served as a very geei :j

I at the University of Florida of Saturday night. Is the kind that sucha the terpsichorean pastime. A dainty better made and better lookingone "mixer" for the students and will & jj

I requiring Freshmen to wear a green team as the 'Gators deserve and it Is luncheon was served together with which was substituted toward remembered a long time ,;*j
h cap. Considering that last year was the best that has beenshown, at Florida grape and orange punch. Among the P:
the last of the year for the first. Aftera .J
the first year, the scheme worked for a couple of years. There's n) visiting girls present were isles Cal- brief discussion of the two the BAND ORGANIZATION $

i f well, but there are improvements reason for it not continuing and withit lie and Ruby Gissendaner, Miss Agnes "rats" decided that their preferencelay BEING CONTINUE
f 'which could be made this year particularly the 'Gators go on to victory. Burford and :Miss Catherine Haw- .
with the dollar cap, although many
; in the matter of enforcing this ,... kins. :Mr. and :Mrs. Fletcher Burnett of them expressed the belief that the Norris Levis has the Univers
rule. Unless a Committee be appointed band organized and preparing for
; to look after this the responsibility HOMfCOMING C & DAY WIlL B BE.I [' chaperoned the party. by sane buying article direct could from be gotten the manufacturers for less annual debut. '",

.1{ 1 will be so general that it will be Only a very few old players retort

I' easier for one to get by the rule: CUBRAUDJAS[[ A IN- PAST or jobbers. A committee consisting ed this year, but with the able
whereas with a committee composed 'G TORS SMASH CAROliNA DEFENSEContinued [ of S. W. Getzen Herman Mann ance of A. R. :Marks whose 4sJ_
and C. D. Bartlett was appointed by
several Sophomores acting with the t
have been secured In directing
( from 1)
page President "Pete" Lightsey to get quotations
F aid of a committee from the Fresh band* and a bench of good mate
(Continued from page 1) on the cap and report as soon
class the "rats"
man can be madeto look
for some good nolttJthl3
score of 7 to 0, did they enter the as possible. you may
comply to the rules and the first
but lost it on downs. Waring's punt "J
t third period with dampened ardor ana There was no dissatisfaction evIdenced year.
Ej regulation would then be effective and was blocked by Brannon, who fell on The Band is composed of the flowing
that already-beaten feeling? No, they by the words or actions of
successful and steps might be mad the balL Lightsey then ripped open noise-makers Xorris Levis,
t trotted on to the gridiron with the the freshies, and on the contrary : 1
towards forming other rules. the Gamecocks' line for six yards and
R. :
determination to play South Carolina there appeared to be considerable Marks L. L. Angle A. T. Brow
Ball went over tackle for Florida's R.
off her feet and push an F or two enthusiasm, and it is certain that the L. Caruthers. F. E. Demeritt J.
: HOMECOMING DAY across their opponents well defended first .score. Lightsey kicked the- goal. custom of "rat caps" is on Its feet here Dorman La Fontisee, Sim GardneC.

goaL Everyone knows the wonder "Pass and Plunge." for good.C. B. Emerson, W. D. Rant F.
Last year the University of Florida ([ul come back the team made and bow Florida again received and soon had W. KerchevaL G. C. Oberholtzerand Holley, F. L. Knowles Madison M

celebrated her first "Home Coming they brought the Orange and Blue hev the ball up to the South Carolina Seth Clarkson composed the com.. B. Matkick L. B. Percival, L, B. Plat

Day" and to say that it was a success first victory since 1915. Now' isn't twenty.five-yard line. An exchange of mittee which acted as representativefor L. W. Smith. H. P. Smith, "". H. Shad

is putting it very mildly. The number that an incentive to stay by the team punts put the ball in the center of the the Sophomores at the meeting, R. L. Sensibal, F. M. Hall. C. C

of Alumni and former students and help it in every way possible? field in Florida's hands. Lightseythen and instructed the freshmen in the Street, J. M. Stears H. IL Zeder. !

who returned for a visit to their Alma Saturday night at the Elks' Club threw a long pass to Thomas who rules pertaining to the wearing of the !

Mater was far beyond expectations.It the five fraternities will give a dancein leaped in the air to snatch it and ran cap, ie... that it must be worn on the FREE COPIES OF THE ALLIGAtO
is not to be hopel that :we will have honor of the Alumnae and the Tn- to Carolina's ten-yard line. Lightsey campus at all times at all athletl j

such a great day this year; many of lane team. Every member of the on a pretty run carried the ball over events In which Florida teams take In honor of the annual Home-corn

4 those who were here last year at this student body, as was the case last and a minute later kicked goal. Florida part, and In Gainesville at all time ing Day on Saturday, The Alliga tAt
time are now in our country's services invited be : received the kick off but after business staff free
year, is to present ana excepting Sunday or evenings when announces that ,
or are preparing for such ser bring his girl. The dance will startat gaining fifteen yards punted. Carolina the freshman in question has adate. copies of the Alligator will be given|
vice. But we are going to have a. 8:30 and the University of Florida resorted to open play again. Her first ." the alumni who come to Gainesville;

Home Coming Day and it is "up to Orchestra will probably render the forward pass wad interrupted by the for the occasion. The papers will bep1a.ced i

i tu" who are now In the University I music. speedy "Heine" Ball, who raced sixty but Turner was thrown for a sixyardloss in the University Book Store
to do all we can toward showing the yards for the last 'Gator score, as
by Thomas as the game ended in the basement of Language H&Q*
visitors a good time, tot only In this :the period ended. 'Lightsey kicked with the ,score, Florida 21; South and can be had by the old grads tot J Jf
way will we have any reason to be- SOPHS TO COOPERATEWITH goaL Score end of third quarter Carolina 13. The lineup: the asking.
JUNIORS FRIDAYThe Florida 21 Carolina 7.
lIne that ;
the same men will comeback Florid*-(21) Position.(13)-S. C.

for another such event. Thomas received the kick off and i Clements ...... LE ........ Weston Rouse Has the Right Idea.

4 Of course, the game with Tulane Sophomore class will cooperatewith Florida could gain only nine yards. Wurthrich .. .. LT .f... Brockington In one of his classes last wee*.

J :' wiifbe f sufficiently entertaining for the Juniors in the giving of the Lightsey punted. Wurthrich threw Cornell ........ :LG .......... Moore Professor Crandall of the Law COlltf1 f
Saturday afternoon and the Junior"rally" "warmer" Friday night In honor of Carolina for a loss of six yards on the Wells .......... C.......... Smith was asking questions on what 1 1ses I

: r- will take care of Friday night. Homecoming Day This was decid- first play. Seaborn by a pretty run Swink .:....... RG ......McGowan known in law as Change of Domicile

''; But there are other times when we ed at a joint meeting of the classes gained twelve: yards. Waring fumbled Brannon ....'.. RT ....... Hampton The following bright one was pulled

"i II who are on the campus will have opportunity held yesterday morning. and "Rowdy Bill" Wilkinson recovered. Thomas ....<... RE .......... Clark Prof. Crandall (to Walker) : "It a.

: to act In the capacity of The expense of the affair will be A pass to Fuller netted twenty Fuller ......... QB ........ Lindsey man were sick in a hospital wool e I

hosts. The new men should be glad of too much for the small Junior class to yards and put line.the ball on Carolina'stwelveyard Wilkinson ..... LH ... .. .... Turner he be presumed to Intend to change II I

1 k the chance ta meet former studentsand handle alone, but with the assistance Ball ........... RH .. ....:. Bowen his domicile

hear from them the stories whichgo of last year's "rats," there need be Fumble Again. Lightsey ....... FB ......... Brown Rouse (turning from the blackbo
to make traditions for us. There no difficulty In staging a real "party." Seaborn intercepted another Florida Score by periods: like a flash) : "That would depend 011

are new buildings on the campus, new There was some objections to the pass but was downed in his' Florida .. .. .. .0 0 21 0-21 what kind of a nurse he had."
t laboratories new stock on the farms plan proposed by President Dalton ot tracks, Carolina punted to Fuller who South Carolina..0 "7 0 6-13 J

etc., and by acting as guides to such the Junior class whereby the expense fumbled. Turner recovered and was Substitution: South'Carolina. War- H. V. Stapleton arrived in Gainesville .

places we will show the Alumni thai would be 'divided per capita insteadof o? with a clear field ahead of him but Ing for Brown, Bell for McGowan, Saturday and will enter the UB|

their visit is appreciated. per class. In this way the Sophs the doughty quarter pulled him down Lattimore for :Moore, Seaborn for versity for the coming term. }
The above remarks are Intended lot will bear seventy percent of the expense from behind. On the next play Sea. Bowen and McMillan for Smith. rA
the men who are now In college. To of the smoker. President Dalton born went through the entire Florida Florida, Marshall
for Wilkinson, C. Stockton Is back on the Cat*
the Alumni, you are urged to be with however Insisted that the Jt. team and made a fifty-yard run for Loomis for Clemens
Fernald for pus a few weeks of absence. j
; f us on this day. Besides the big attraction niors weren't trying to put anything Carolina's second score. Hampton Lightsey. 1

-the game-there will be the over the Sophs and that they wantedto < failed to kick goaL South Carolina scoring Touch. Norris Levis' Amalgamated alga
opportunity of seeing again the boy do the fair thing. His evident sin- At this stage of the game Coach downs Lightsey '
Ball 2. Goals Consolidated Aggregation of Unite|
with whom you spent some of the cerity convinced the Sophs and they Buser made his substitutions when he from touchdowns I
Lightsey 3. slty Noise-Makers: "done themselyproud"
most pleasant and profitable yearsof voted unanimously to adopt the plan put Marshall in for Wilkinson; LoomIs 'Referee Street (Washington and at the football game Satur
your life. It is not good (or a set forth. for Clermont; Fernald for Lightsey. Lee
); Umpire, Arnold t
(Auburn)r day. We hope, however that thj
college man to forget his Alma Mate Florida after receiving the kick off ,
Headlinesman Brinson (Georgia will be able to play "Whoop 'er Ifj
i t and one of'the best ways of refreshing What are we going to do to Tulane gathered in twenty yards before being Tech.) Time of
periods and ]
twenty some of the other songs by t
.., on memorY Is to return for Slap them on the wrists! forced to punt. Carolina gained- four utes. :*:
time of the Tulane game.I" .
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Branhan spent a few days at The last: Auburn week has P per.wrought) a decided High Class Motion PicturesLyric

|hi? home in Orlando last week.
. change in the football pros-

pects. The effects of strict train.
On October 17th the wedding of
ing and hard work are readily vis-
I;Miss Belva Floyd, daughter of Major TheaterYour
I able to the faithful rooters who are
W. L. Floyd of the Agricultural College on the field every afternoon.

to John B. Sutton of Tampa will
.... The men are full of pep and they
take place. Mr. Sutton is an alumnusof
are all working hard. The bUnch Patronage* Invited
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Rl that two or three weeks ago was -

\ and for the most part an awkward bunch
Sam Cheatham Gunby Gibbons .
of ex-scrubs, possessed of more
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weight than skill, are rapidly learning
he vile and Tampa respectively.
the art of football under the best
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teacher in the South. _.
Bridge Club meets Sunday after ,'"
To him who watches
. closely there
:.at1i j roon at one-thirty o'clock in room 79.
comes at times flashes of :form which
JD section Thomas. All members are
remind him of the machine of-past ::# ._. Two Well Known Brands
requested to be present.A .
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The team has a hard week beforeIt Crossett EducatorUniversity
B. and R. Crosby, Bob Earnest,
in preparation for the'game Sat.
J W. H. Ford and G. L. Upchurch spent
urday with the Ohio State Troopsin
the last week-end in Palatka and Avenue next to Busy Bazaar
Jacksonville. Montgomery, Very,_soon,.the arc

i t tights,and the white ball will make

their appearance on Drake Field and
Charley Johnson made a short trip
It dIaf: to Jacksonville last week. the Scrubs will be given an oppor When' want Hardware BAIRD has it
tunity to whip into shape a team that you ..
-<1 Whenever Mooney I>: Futch sees will uphold the Orange and Blue on Reach's Football Goods, Wright & Ditson Tennis ,Rackets and Athletic Goods, East

111 1 the moonrise, he wishes he were in rny Southern gridiron."Pete" man Kodaks and Supplies, Reach's Baseball Goods, Louisville Slugger Bats all latest

lal Lake City.* harder Bonner Is heavier and models, Remington, U. M. C. and Winchester Ammunition, Remington and Automatic
ofb" _. than ever after a summer of
Pump Guns. Remember we carry as complete a stock as money can buy.
hard work. He is out for blood this
Lieutenant C. B. Palmer of Tallahassee
year, and all contenders for All-South. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL----
recently motored to the University t
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h: to visit Tom Palmer, and accompanied to ans.
wer to "Pete." BAIRD HARDWARE CO.
jad by the latter, drove to
Sizemore is improving
rapidly under -
Jacksonville. Lieutenant Palmer is a PHONE 7
.t, former U. of F. student. the special attention of...the coach-
.dJ cs, and his 230 pounds of sheer -

brawn will make an awful hole
04b Mrs. C. A. Carpenter has been visiting in
some eleven's line. .
i her son A. E. Carpenter, and attending .
<< "Roby" Robinson is just runningover
7< the Citrus Seminar.
, with pep, and he expects this Gainesville Furniture Co (
'j to be his most successful .
year., He '
, "Pete" De Silva is in the infirmary. ..K
has been shifted to quarter so as :
D.t7 Miss McRobbie pronounces his casey .
to give the team the benefit of his -
to be malaria. Full Line Victrolas and Records
. recognized ability as a field mar.

,1: sliaL (Some big centers in our .
R. E. Hamrick of Okeechobee was
sister colleges will no doubt welcome ;:COME IN AND'HEAR NEW RECORDS .
on the campus last Saturday taking in
this news as a check from home.) j R >,y
dthe Florida-Carolina football game.
3 "Big" Rogers has been shifted to GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

e r! Ag Stall scantily clothed, got locked center and he is proving a tower of ,, _._, ', n # ...- -..
strength m the center of a.big line.
311 his few -
out of room a nights ago.
dt "Moon" Ducote Is punting as never
Nuf sed. f
3&. before and he is circling the ends like

A. Amigo has left the University an express "Moon's" runs will bring

)1 i1A1 within the last few days to join the grief to many hopeful hearts before
Marable's Studio
navy. this season is over ,or we miss our _

guess. ......
"Bill" Donehue is showing fine Over Miller'snorth side .
Don't criticise the Alligator until square .
. form after a week of training and ',,,_ _. .
have subscribed for it.Mr. .
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Auburn is expecting much of this ,

fleet footed Tiger.Jlmmie" .
E. B. Casler of Jacksonville Nail is exhibiting his LET US DO YOUR KODAK FINISHINGRELIABLE
t 4 father of E. Brannon Casler of the
usual grit and is making a great exchange .
. Engineering College, attended the quarter back with Robinson.The .
do'I Y7orida Carolina Saturday.
other back field men who are
do'J I
owing upjto advantage are Creel,
Friends of Alfred Green are hoping Hughes, Gibson and Trapp the class

that he will soon recover from his star of last year. ,, : -
nJ I Illness. He is at the County.Hospitaliu Revington working hard and Auburn ., # k"f

1or Gainesville. is counting on him to repeathis

.,( wonderful playing In the Vandy SEED: : -
'o W. E. Townsend was called homelaet game last year. .:. ; -;,-..' a: 1: ,_;". ,-,
t 0 9( week by the death of a': relative Styles, Thomas, Warren "Duck" .I

.l e We extend our hearty sympathy to Samford and Caton are showing up ,

-)8e..' him. well in the line and they will all SEMINOLE SEED CO.OainesvilKe '. .o t"

taste of battle under the Orange and
H. H. McCalllum spent the last Blue.
3 r, week-end with Bernace Feaster at his The, Scrubs have a good line, anda ,

I home in Mlcanopy. lair back field and their work In

.jto whipping the Varsity into shape cannot

}3 Among the dormer Florida studentsattt be overestimated. When I dine, I always dine at MOLNAR'S, for Molnar knows
ending the Saturday game was J. The particular stars on the Scrubsare

St M. Powell, '14. Blackshear Scott, Howard Just bow things should be cooked. "

; Crow, G., and Stubbs. LoTlar was
li Emmett Perryman, of the Law College putting up a good fight at end until If you've been prejudiced against restaurants because the food didn't taste just right,

ja !, has been drafted, passed by the his injury Wednesday.. TRY

examining board, and will leave in a Coach is expecting a hard fight on

1 short time for Columbia training Saturday when Auburn meets the
J camp.P. Ohio troops in Montgomery. Thereare

many old stars of the Ohio colleges

C. Taylor of Miami a student in on the team and the whole troop IT'S "DISTINCTIVELY DIFFERENT"

the Law College last year, is expectedin is in excellent form. .

'I Gainesville for the Tulane game Ar the Orange and Blue goes to

I and Home-coming festivities. Taylor press Coach Donehue gives the probable

J'I is practicing law in Miami at pre line up of the Tigers as fol-

'eat. .''. lows:
Center-Rogers Styles.

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1 Fellows, take pains to remember Right Tackle-Bonner. __ ." ,' .
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:.1e1""II inters, and give them to the local Left End-Ducote. B. R. COLSON President .' ,:::3
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. each week. Your co-operation In'+ Quarter Back-Robinson (Capt.)
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+ getting ,up a personal column* Nail. .

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