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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 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 24, 1917 No. 5



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FLORIDA IS UNABLE TO :Old "F" man, and Senior in Many Rats on ProgramBigBlaze 'Gators Rounding Into True Big Events, Parade, Band, Pub-

PENETRATE PERFECTINTERFERENCE Teachers College-Belts come One Feature of Evening Form-Last Game on Fleming lic Cheer Practice, Record:

in for Their Share. of Festivi- Many Town People Out in Field This Year-Only Game Crowd at Tulane Game-
VEILBy ties. Cars-Ten old Grads Pres Between State Schools. Dance at Elks' Club Well At-

ent. tended-Many Old Men at

( Joe Dalton) The heretofore leaderless 'Gatorsare I Saturday the "Gators will meet a Game.

GAINESVILLE. Oct. .-Tulane to have an able leader in the person The Sophomore and Junior warmer strong team from Southern College.
won an overwhelming victory over of "Rowdy Bill" Wilkinson. Ata has gone down in school history as a Coach Alderman has been putting his Home-coming Day was celebratedon
Florida by a score of 52 to 0. The meeting of the football squad in success. It was a real warmer not corn-fed huskies through many drills the campus and in town last Sat

Gators were outweighed nineteen Ag" Hall Thursday night, they chose only on account of the big bon-fire. so and is confident that they will makea urday. The big event of course was
pounds to the man and were outplay Wilkinson as their captain. willingly donated by the Rats, but also strong showing Saturday. Coach the Florida-Tulane game. This had

': ed at every stage of the game. The Coach Buser gave the fellows a because of the spirit of fellowship Buser is rounding the 'Gator squad been advertised so extremely that the

game was full of thrills due (o the short talk in which he described the shown for the first time this year be. into better shape than ever profitingby result was a record crowd that repre-
: whole Tulane backfleld. Colee and bOlt of a man he wanted for a cap tween all the men on the campus old the mistakes and weaknesses sented practically every section of the
; Shaughnessy leading the wonderful tain. He said that for success he must and new. brought out in last Saturday's game. state.

, offense. Captain Colee looks good for be a leader among men popular and No regular program had been pre. He is sure of a hard earned but certain Those few old "Grads"_ that were
i a half-back's berth on the All-South.t able to cope with all odds and to pared by the hosts but this deficiencywas victory over the Methodists. The able to be present received a royal

i era. His work today was wonderful. stand up for his and for Florida's soon supplied by several extemporaneous open style of football will predomi welcome the only occurrence to ma
rights on the gridiron. orations by Rats. It is true nate. what was otherwise a perfect day was

j In the first five minutes after the Wilkinson who is a Senior in the that most of the orations were obtained This_ is the only Inter-collegiate their having to see the 'Gators de
1 game started Tulane scored her first Teachers College and the only old only after much extortion on football game between colleges of the feated. The one consolation was that

touchdown. Florida could do nothing "F" man on the squad fills all the the part of the hosts but even tho' state so it is being watched for with in the face of overwhelming odds the

after receiving the kick-off and qualifications and no doubt under his lacking much in the way of preparation much interest throughout the state.It 'Gators went down fighting.
Shaughnessy scored after four plays guidance the team will have a successful they were well received by' ail is hoped that this interest will be The parade in the morning was a

. one being a forty-yard run by Dwyer. season. those present. manifested by a large crowd and a big Mdolns" and had much to do with
. The interference was wonderful as it "Rowdy Bill" is not prone to com Only ten old "grads" were able to "heap" of gate receipts which are the large crowd coming out. It form-

was throughout the game. The Gators plain but he says that his charges be present, due in large measure to sadly needed by our Athletic Asso- ed at ten o'clock in front of BuckmanHall.

received and were forced to kick after sure can swing a belt with force and most of them being in the service, buta ciation. The parade was composed of

two plays and Tulane ran the ball accuracy.A majority of the student body and This game will conclude the home the University Band two companies
back sixty yards on lour plays before several carloads of town people were games this season. and several well decorated cars from

the quarter ended.It FATHER'S LETTER TO HIS on hand to share in the cream cones ,town. The parade marched to town .

was Tulane's ball. Colee roundedend SON ON HIS TWENTIETH ,and smokes. After the refreshmentswere 3 CENT LETTER RATE AFTER -.where, by the aid of the band and
for forty yards. Four more plays BIRTHDAYThe exhausted and the program was NOV. 1. cheers a great deal of Florida spirit

netted fifty yards and Colee went over, completed cheer-leader Frank De- was instilled into the town folks.

Dwyer kicking goal. The ball was following letter was receivedby Vane took the crowd in hand and Official orders increasing the post Last but not least to add to the

constantly in Florida territory 'and an upper classman of the University drilled them in most of the yells. A age rate 'on letters to three cents and day's pleasure was the big dance at
much larger crowd was out to this effective the Elks' Club. A general invitationwas
Tulane scored two more touchdowns recently and seemed such a true I postal cards to two cents
before the half ended. Lengendere and expression of a father's feeling tor hid practice than has been attending thosein November 2, have been received by out and from viewing the happy
chapel every night probably due to in throng there, one felt sure that the
Colee making the points. son that it is published by request of the local postoffice. The increase
In the third quarter Tulane added President Murphree who chanced to the lure of ice cream cones and postage is one of the new war taxes acceptance was also general. .

1.three more touchdowns by Colee. see the communication in order that smokes. and affects tobacco cigars liquors Viewing it from all sides Homecoming .
< -- rate distribution Day was a success and will be
Shaughnessy and Foust. By this time every young man in College may find etc. The for city remains -
Coach Buser had used practically every .Inspiration in the confidence express- AUBURN TEAM WINS IN at the present rate while the so in the future. It will or rather

substitute on his squad as did ed. For obvious reasons the name of STOCK JUDGING CONTESTThe outside service is increased one cent. has. become a school tradition along

Coach Shaughnessy. Loomis at end the recipient of this beautful letter H Following is the official order: with Miller's and "Rat" caps.

Played a fine defensive game for, Florida withheld but there Is doubtless soma team of students from the College Office of the Third Assistant Post Among the old "Grads" present
but nothing could be accomplished master General Washington October 'there were: Ollie DeVane Camp
one who feels the same sentiment of Agriculture University of FlorIda
against Tulane's wonderful Interfer 3, 1917. Wheeler: Pete Perry St. Augustine;
about each man amongst us. selected to take part in the livestock
C. P. Bishop. Leesburg A. C. John.
ence. In the last quarter Tulane My dear : Pursuant to the foregoing amended ;
scored her last touchdown; this was judging contest with other regulations postmasters shall on and son Harry Wood, both of Evlnston;
Twenty years ago the sweetest Southeastern agricultural colleges, returned -
made by G ntley, who bucked the Gator after November 2, 1917 see that postage Henry Tribble Lake City; J>avls
cleanest, prettiest little baby boy came last week from a visit to the
line for ten yards. Line-up: is paid at the rate of three centsan Wall Sidney Padgett, J. B. Booth,
to our home and entered our hearts!!, Southeastern Fair Atlanta. Ga., feel
Frank Swanson Bob Smalley L. Y.
Florida-(0) Position Tulane-(52) ounce or fraction thereof on let
and has been with us ever since. He ing encouraged over the re.
Clemens :.. ... LE.......... Clay greatly ters and other first-class matter except Dyrenforth. Camp Wheeler; H. B. Me-
was the dearest most affectionatechild suits of their.work. The colleges from
Wurtrich .... LT .. .. Foster drop letters. All drop letters Call L. \V. Trailer of Alachua; P. C.
I ever saw. He was always so the of Georgia Alabama
Council .'. .. .... LG .. ... .. Hardin University that is. letters mailed for delivery Taylor H. C. Crawford and Carl
considerate, thoughtful and generous Agricultural College and Clemson. 9.
Wells ... .. ... .. *C ...... Simpson from the office at which posted including Duncan. I'
to all. His one thought was of C. Agricultural College took part in
Otto .... .. .. RG .... .... Kelley those for delivery by city.
others their comfort pleasure and students.
the contest with the Florida
Brannon ... .. RT .... ... .. Talbot rural or other carriers from such MANY GATORS NOW IN
happiness came first. Is it surprising The judging took place Monday
Thomas .. .. RE .... Legendere office are required to have postage FRANCE WITH UNCLE II
that .he developed into a manly Oct. 15th consisting of rings of Hereford
Fuller .... .. QB ....... Foust paid on them at the rate of two SAM
upright Christian gentleman? I think Shorthorn and Aberdeen Angus
Wilkinson .. ... LII .. Shaughnessy cents an ounce or fraction thereot. 1
not; as the twig is bent so grows the beef cattle Jersey and Holstein dairy
Ball ..... .....
RH.Dwyer Postal cards are required to be pre- We regret tQ gay that so far We'
cattle and Duroc Jersey, Poland
Llghtsey .. ..... FB ......... Colee tree.This dear boy brought us nothingbut China and Hampshire hogs. Each paid two cents and therefore the have been unable to secure a complete

Score by periods: happiness and comfort. He is now team judged the animals in turn and one-cent postal cards must have a list of former students now In tho
Tulane ....... ... 7. 20 18 6-52 one-cent postage stamp affixed to Federal but
the pride and joy ofour life. We ex the records were compared with the service we hope to haveall
- Florida .. ..... ..0 0 00- them in addition, to the one-cent of their before Below
. pect great things from him. If the judgment of expert official judges. names long.
; Officials: Councilman (V. M. I.). Arnold impressed such cards. Post.
stamp on
past is any indication of the future The students were also required to Is a list of those who joined the
(Auburn), Brinson (Georgia cards (private mailing cards) bearing
his life will be one round of kindly appear before the officers and give Florida Unit of the Ambulance Corps
Tech. deeds helpful acts and the world reasons for their placing of the ani written messages must have two when it was organized here last
NEW his having cents postage prepaid on them. Post spring. This unit No. 35. Is made
MANAGING EDITOR will be better and happier for mals. The contest and record work up
ELECTED FOR ALLI- lived In it. Stick to your Ideals occupied most of the'day Monday and masters at offices of address shall be almost entirely of former U. oX F. students

GATOR my son and let nothing entice you at supper time the entire crowd of careful to rate up with the proper and is now in France.

from the path of morality and recti nearly thirty students and coaches amount of postage due all mall reach. Beville U. U... ...:........Ft Myers

A special meeting of the student tude. You have chosen the wiser took part at a banquet at one of the ing their office with the postage in. Birt. H. W. .._.. .'. ...,.....Melrose

body was held last Thursday eveningfor course which brings happiness honor dining rooms on the fair grounds. After sufficiently paid.. ., Boring A. P ................Waldo
the purpose of filling the vacancy and an easy conscience. My ambition supper the results of judges were A. M. ROCKERY. Bosanquet A. P. .... ..Fruitland Park
on the Alligator staff caused by the and future happiness is intermingledwith announced giving highest place in Third Asst. Postmaster General. Bratley. H. E. ..............Miami

resignation: of the former managing yours so closely that any failure, the, contest to Auburn Ala., second Cameron S. A. ......... .,Mlcanopy
editor Seth Clarkson. The staff nominated or fall on your part: will be keenly place to Clemson College while the mained In Atlanta Tuesday and Wednesday Carlton. Rev. Russell ....Lake City

W. P. Jernlgan for the position.As felt by me. My confidence and faithis Universities of Georgia and Florida to witness the judging of the Clark. John T. .............Tampa
is the custom the student body not misplaced and I have no fears were close together. The team from cattle and hogs by the official judges. Clarke. C. E. ....Fruitland Park

elected the staff nominee without op along this line. I know you are an Florida ranked second in judging There were over 400 head of cattle Cobb, R. H. ..............Orlando
position. honest, conscientious worker and will Hampshire hogs and Shorthorn cattle and nearly 650 hogs in the barns. The Crabb. J. D .. .. .....Lake City
------ -- Crago. Arthur .. ... .. .
do the best you can. I trust you in and third in judging Jersey cattle and students,are enthusiastic over the re- .Ocala
The college people much interested
are any matter any anywhere. Your Duroc Jersey hogs. The leader of the sults of the trip because of the large Durrance F. Y. .:.........Arcadia
to in the True Democrat
see an work may seem irksome and unneces- Florida team W. E. Stone ranked number of splendid animals they Ford. H. G ..............Tampa
advertisement asking for bids to erecta sary. But It will place you in a position sixth among all contestants. The were able to study. The Departmentof Gillis. J. A. ....DeFuniak Springs

dormitory and education building on to be helpful and successful in Alabama team had more experienceand Animal Husbandry will continue Goldsby. J. K. ..........Ft. Myers

the campus for the Florida State College whatever you undertake. The regretof more mature men than any of the instruction during the year on stock Harris, C D. .. ........Gainesville
for Women. The bids will be rechived -. my life is that my parents didn't other colleges as they had been visit. judging work and will be in positionto Hartridge. L'Engle .....Jacksonville

at the office of Mr. Bryan insist on sending me to school and Ing some of the live stock shows recently send student judges to assist with Haywood C. E. ......... .Gainesville

Mack, secretary of the board and will forcing me to take an education. God in Missouri Kentucky and the various county fairs In Florida. Howze. J. IX .,...........Palmetto
be opened at the next board meeting, bless you my dear Son. May His Tennessee. The following students Howze P. B..Palmetto

November 12. INhe contracts can be richest blessings abide with you al composed the 'Florida team: W. E. LadY-How do you manage to live Huffman, W. W. ............Melrose

let In November both buildings will ways. I enclose check for birthday. Stone F. R. Edwards C. J. Nieland, without working? Knox C. E. .... ...........Mlcanopy

J be ready at the opening of school Affectionately J. R. Gunn. F. G. Merrin, and PaulD. Tramp-I don't, mum. I'm anus Maul C. B. ..........Jacksonville:
next September.-Flambeau. .PAPA, Camp alternate. The team re. workin somebody.' ,-
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i i'l' 1 MEAREDY ;

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No doubt with such remarkable material -'
r M FLORIDA ALLIGATOR as was In evidence at the "Bon
Fire Rally," the Glee Club -wfll be beter HcTEL SEMI LE I

i than ever {this rear.
." t}. R. BAILEY. .....Editor fi Chief >
JERNIGAN..Managing Edltot
W. P.
The University Is fortunate{ In having >
the citizens Gainesville
F. WHITNER.......Local EditorJ. among 1
some who areas loyal i supporter as'could
W. DALTON..... Athletic Editor I University of Florida's Jacksonville Headquarters ]I
be desired. On the other hand

i. Business Department t here are some who are so ,disloyal j
t W. L: MAHON. ._... Manager Rates from $1.50 up I
r that it is nothing less than a disgrace '
I" F. M. DE VANE..Assistant Manager, ar.d.thb. tact that they are so public J. B. POUND- President i CHAS. G. DAY, Manager J. RUSSELL PETERS, Asst. Mgr. ]
D. V. ROUSE.......Circulation Mgr.
.r t with it,makes it ,even worse. The actions -r -

of a few Individuals were,severely -
L Entered as second-class matter, -
4 criticised by an outside'! witness at
,1 September 28, 1912, at the postoffice WAR TAKES LARGE TOLL
the game with Tulane. They started -
t ai Gainesville"; Fla., under the Act of BOYS AND GRADS r EXCHANGEOldfoge"Doesn't
: March 3d,1879. off with Florida but in a very short SOCIETY I

time were strong supporters of our

f Place all communications and news opponents. Had they only kept quiet The world war has hit pretty close Swiftpace +

items In boxes designated for that such an unpleasantness' would have STUDENTS ARE INVITED t 0 home Iri many cases: even in the object. of his staying out till two 0

purpose in Peabody and Language been avoided even then they would TO SOCIAL AT MANSE short time since America entered it, three every night?"

!i Halls. not be loyal for anyone who backs and Florida U. Is the mother of quitea .Newfangle-"She would if .h

it j only the winning team and criticises All students of the University are large family 01'warriors the loss or knew about it. So far he has alway]1'
Kate The Florida Alligator, $1.00. the same team when it is the loser can
invited to attend Hallowe'en social is
; a whom from this campus regretted managed to get home first"-Missifilppian.

.i claim no loyalty whatsoever. We appreciate to be given at the Manse Friday night by> everyone. .

the staunch support of the by the Christian Endeavor Society of With Home-coming Day at hand, it

:t EDITORIAL few and hope that it will soon prevail the Prsebyterian fchurch.An seems fitting to make !Ile..ntlon of the
: the "Where are going?"
you Inquire
among many. Hallowe'en
Interesting program Florida graduates and last year's students -
'"Turn has been planned and all who attend to Mrs. B., as Mr. B. left his seat after] ,
''t about fs fair play: Everybody who have gone the colors

agrees 'tis true. However when we It is unfortunate that Florida will not regret the time spent at thejpcial. since out"declaration of war against the curtain fell

i :- defeated Tulane two years ago we certainly bowed such a reversal of form in its For the benefit of the new men GHmai y. "1 think I hear an alarm of t1t-

1 i did not carry it quite so far. game with Tulare at Gainesville yes- it may be stated that the Manse Is The University Band of last year he replied solicitously, "and f tui

I erday.. That the Louisiana eleven just behind the Presbyterian church. enlisted in the Second Florida Inf .n- g+o 'and see abbot It."

;1 THE BON FIRE RALLY would win was generally conceded try as a unit, practically, and is now Ten minutes later he returned "

; r but it was believed that the 'Gators PAN HELLENIC DANCE at Camp Wheeler near Macon. As was not a fire," he said briefly.

would make a much better showing nearly as can be ascertained, the following "''And it was not water she sal f
Some one will : "Better leave
rally "say against them than was the case. How- The Pan Hellanic dance which was men were the volunteers: L. Y. with a significant sniff.-Mlssl
the part off but Just the samethat
e ver though defeated the Florida given in honor of the Tulane team Pyrenforth, F. L. Holland H. G. Red- plan.
was the name given to it and it
might not be approved by the Juniors bon are not one whit discouraged. and various visiting girls was a decided tone, F. L. Thompson D. A. Storms, .

'.: and Sophomores should the title be and expect to come back strong In success. Not since ,the Kappa B. E. Shull, E. R. Morrow, H. L. Yates His Duty-Recruit-"If you was t

,omitted. One thing that was lacking their next battle. Their future work Alpha dance of last year has such a Frank O. Spain Jr.. W. E. Robinson, p'>it the lid on, you wouldn't, get scj

was a program but except for that it will be watched with interest by their crowd gathered on the Elks' Club R. M. Swanson D. C. Helms, H. B. much dust in the soup.
I many admirers In the state the majority floor. There probably twenty-
was a fine party. Those present are McCall Jr. and George E. McCall. Cook-"See here me lad, your dut
of whom are onfident that the five fair visitors and with the splendid
$It indebted to the "rats" for their extemporaneous The Alligator has been unable to Is to serve your country."
eleven will creditable account
give a
music rendered by the University
outbursts which ecure a complete list of the Florida Recruit
wervery e "Yus, but not to eat IUff-!
(\f itself before the curtain is ;
rundown orchestra, a good time was had by all.
l amusing and showed exceptional men who are in the fight, but the Tid Bit.
on the present se&gOD.-Fr m Among the out of town ladies
originality, as well as intelligence on were names published in this article conbtltute -
the Jacksonville .
Misses Ellen Stripling. Woodrow
i the, part of some of our Freshmen. most of our warriors and the New Home the

I ;, Altho there were very few of th a Sawyer Greely.;, Epps and Sawyer.Mr locations given are believed to be correct Rollins Sandspur SandspurThe has been-
.and Mrs. "Tobe" Clark chaperon
Alumni back to join in at this "Mixer"ther PR cTIC'EYhen ed. at the present time. En a new domicile. For more than

were many students out and At Fort Oglethorpe, Ga, training to
year we have been housed in Knowle it
.; "- also some of the town people, so that \ cheering practice is announc bo officers are the following; men A. Hall and have worked there un4l1"

a very good crowd gathered on the ed in Mess Hall, don't be satisfiedwith TACKLING DUMMY AT A. Lotspeich', Frank Miles; Robert trying "
very circumstances. Noware wed
'I 1 eve_of Home Coming Day and enjoyed saying "Rats out;" go to the MICHIGAN GETS NEW Sf.ackleford.! ; Marcus Moremen. Phil in Carnegie Hall the "eCdD t

the hospitality afforded by our Juniors practice and do your bit. If youan't NAME, "KAISER BILL." Jay, John Glldewell, Stanton Walker, on '
I and Sophomores.OVefheimed floor In a gilled Strictly our own. '1 44
go out on the field and practice -' Jim Johnson. G. B. Knowles, Sumter
.. ., Invite the students and faculty .
-- with the squad you can at least do _ANN ARBOR, .Mich. :,-Th}!, tackling -, Leitrier, John Si. Muriel and L. S.LaFItte. .

with the victory over r your part by learning how to cheer dummy on ,the ...University of : The last named is a U. of F. view our established tied quarters when we ate|
welt there, and to bbsefie
r ; Stnrtft Carolina the student body made hem on in a game. Michigan football practice field has graduate of several years ago who .
that 'sfrJdl' business" best descifbebthe !
j; ;. an appropriate display the night following Rain or shine wet or dry, you can been re-christened and is now a mate vent to England as a Rhodes Scholar -,

'in the form of a "Shirt-ta!1 see the 'Gator squad hard at work instead of a female personage. from Florida. While still a RhodesScholar atmophere of our new bo9fRollins' :

parade." There were a few who with never a murmur of complaintabout Coach Yost, grinning broadly is ,, he went to France during the Sandapur."Waiter .

F thought it was a parade of other garments the slippery field and the wet rudy to admit that there is an ocean war and saw active service for about

'+ bat we still call it a "Shirt- ball. They look at it in the,right light of effectiveness "!ri a name." !six months before returning to Amer- !" called out the fat mil

4 tail parade:" It was to be hoped that and consider it all in the day's work. Until this season the dummy has i ra to enter the United States service. hi a voice of Unmistakable wf t1i.

F this Celebration could be repeated on They are., doing their: bit. How about been known as "Gertrude" On numerous Tom Maguire whose reputation asa "Yes, sir," answered c the waiter

4 lIlt even larger scale the night after you? You can,afford to spend a little occasions, Yost Trainer Tut- : L good fellow still lingers about this he hustled forward expectantly.

our J contest with Tulap, and I>r.Morphree. time each night practice Is held to hill and other chiefs of the training campus although he has been gone "Here, here, fake this' egg a-ib -

{ .. in speaking of it, talked a s perfect the yells. Only eleven men squad have informed ambitious some time has received a commission t hundered {tii guest.

tno it were a foregone conclusion forh can be on ,the football team, but the young football candidates that they at one of the training' camps.F. "Yes" sir,':' said tie waiter meekfj!

Which the latter parade should b e- heering: squad and it is up to you tobe they showed considerably less consIderatIon where he is in temporary command of "Do with iff Why ring Its neckP-

cOnducted,- warning us regarding our on the side lines three hundred { for "dertrude's" feelings. a: company. Whether he has been Exchange.

modesty, and stressing the point of ,trong, cheering the team on and This" serasori, with many gridiron made a captain or not Is not known.

hving each garment in its place. making them put in that last ounce stars absent from college l and manygref'r Frank Spain has been promoted to Mere man-wDld Fusel gh take 1 be{

Tho we did not feel like carryingout of fight that wins games. men to coach, Yost faced a First Sergeant and transferred from misfortune (lIke a man?" '_

the proposed? ,plan_ we certainly Show your college spirit and omeout prob m. tilt: Second Florida Band, to the Sig- Precisely. "He blamed it all on

,, did not feel that we were disgraced.d. take in the practice as well as But he solved it. nat Carps.e < It was merely disappointment the fames. It is timeworn maxim
a and a -
Worthington Blackman
He had the
tackling dummy r is First Servant
.they are things which come to every that "practice makes perfect",and we
hristened. *
; : of Company C, of the Second of the Kitchen-
'fj Tulane has by far the best team want everything around Florida per.
'that l- has, ever appeared, on Flemingshowing feet. It's new name is "Kaiser Bill." Florida which Is now a federal reg- t am the tub of the univer*$
And that's the reason why Yost is taent
The th6nt@t
of rho
hthd unusual ability Get in behind the ;
cheer leaden
as a the .
still S. J.
grlnning.-Clipping. Carts Jr is
a captain In the
trhoTe. The
: .They, were fast and their Ineff each, and the team, and using the First Florida. Jewel in contractor's

wr nce perfect, and c from the very coach's own words "Florida will make The ctimp in the payenveldll'
The University: of Georgia certainly W. R. Frazier is Sergeant Major in -
S eiiLnIng It was seen that they were a mark for herself in this southern the I am the frlfend of the 1i f"eook.
has not been a slacker in keepingapace same regiment.
? conieren ,
be the No wonder when e.
with the nation's hurried Palmer Bryan is a. it. S !lea
we' find that the Tulane Coach ad preparation army The nigger in the woodpile}
for war during the last few tenant and has recently been t
mined when questioned hismen's o The little
as to AD LIB thing to look for,
months. Georgia furnished four hundred Gainesville on a visit to Dr. C. L.
nationality that there The large
were ---- thing to find.
NINE IRISHMEN on the squad First Sgt. Co.-"Corporals, re men for the recent training camp I am greater than a hundred howl
i at Fort McPherson-more than Hugh Archer Bryan is corporal No.
Sortie team! The lact that they outweighed port. any
'Gators 18 other Southern college.! 42 out of 75 corporals at West Point ers.And
the pounds to the I ten
Corp. Stringfellow-"Auld absent. army corps, -
end is
inan, and combined with this, had The curriculum Is taking up war reported as doing well. And Josephus Danl ls.

greater experience, did not affect the preparations with renewed energy for I. C. Price is In the navy. i
Dr. Fair-"In England they call am the difference between Win t
of 'Gators the coming year. Five hours drill When last heard from, R. D. Rader
gameness the for until thevery baby carriages perambulators." and I .ing and losing.
end were still two hours i was a Frst Lieutenant of
in gymnasium Engineersin
they the game training
Bivens-"What do they call babies per I am the reason why.
aad put up a fight for which the students ?" week win be required. Courses In the the Officers Reserve Corps and I
+ am garbage-pail.-Life.
showed their appreciation by :Moss Manual, Field Service Regulations was stationed at Yellowstone Park.E. .

their continuous and Dixie Beggs is enlisted
cheering. in
Cason-"There Is 'cri Military Engineering will Company -
only one p
'" course on the campus-Law." also be glTen.The Red and Black I of the old Second Georgia. MANY GATORS NOW j

A. P. Bosanquet Homer FRANCE WITH UNCL1
University of
Georgia. Bratley,
Scruggs "The is.
principal reason I
i Home Coming Day 1917 was on a Jack Goldsby
'11 smaller scale than in 1916 and the because when they get out In life, Arthur Crago. Nan Ty Cobb, SAM

season is obvious-that practicallyall their work is mostly office work, and Miss Oldgirl-1 remember when the the ambulance Herbert.Ford are all in (Continued from page 1)

who are free from ties have joinecsome the cripples can do that very easi 1 girls married much younger than they was formed corps a unit of which -.
I department of the service. About ly." do now. Archie here last spring. Nail A. H= . . .. Plant

two hundred former students wereback Miss Pert-Yes, so grandma tells I Second Bule is a lieutenant in the Panc fast, B. K. . .st. Peters
f Florida.T. .
last year for this occasion, The Genus Trampus- me.-Baltimore American. Z. f Powell, H. G ._. .. . .Lake
Cason holds)
while there were only about 25 who Tramp-Have you a piece of cak", the a commission In Pyatt, Ben j. . .. .. .St Peters

w iabie to be present this year.-We lady to give to a man who hasn't. hai Edith-Jack told me I was so Interesting .Medical B. Donnell Reserve Is In Corps.E. : Riles, C. C. .. ... . .Jacksoni
appreciate their presence and re grot a bite for two days and so beautiful. officers reserve I Rosenthal J. D. . . . .Ta

that Lady-Cake? Isn't bread corps. Simonton J. u .Mt
conditions were such that it was good Marie-And yet you will trust your (These reports of

impossible to make it more pleasan enough for you? sell for life with a man whd begins in Florida men who Sparkman L. L. . . .W;

this 'time, but hope for better luck; Tramp-; Ordinarily, yes ma'am-bu deceiving you so early?='Michigan are from the service will be continued Terry, R. p. ... .. .. Jacksom ".
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In man ways next year this Is my birthday! Gargoyle. their locationsand Wicker. H. W. ._... ..:. Cole

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L ITEMSWe L. Y. Dyrenforth. "Dearie" of the TONIGHT AND EVERY NIGHT
Second Florida
Band surprised his
_ many friends by walking in last afcrday.

are glad to see Pete DeSilva High Class Motion Pictures
[out again. He has been in the In.
jnrmary tor about two weeks. L. W. Trailer of Alachua and P.
C. Taylor of Miami were bo\ti on the

Mr. Edward Treyschlay of Kan. campus last, Saturday for the game. Lyric Theater

! leas City attended the Tulane game.
(He was visiting Major Tom Barns. Henry Means of Cobb County was
here for the game.
1 Your Patronage Invited
Townsend spent the week-end in
i, E Lake. Butler,- taking in the County Henry Clay Crawford of, Tallahas-
! I Fair see was on the campus last Saturday
,, !__I shaking hands with his friends and

Heavy rains for section D. Buck- yelling for Florida.

. man Hall predicted by weather man E's United Shoe Store
Chatam. The S. A. a patriotic

I bunch. They have ,started their Ag.

Mr. Frank Swanson and wife are rats to work on the yard, where said .
I [visiting his mother. Mrs. Swanson.Mr. rats will acquire practical experience Two Well Known Brands
In farming.
Crossett EducatorUniversity
Davis West of Monticello a
J former U. of F. student was married Bob Smalley and Sidney Padgett, .
f [last week and with his wife, attendedthe of St. Petersburg and Lake Butler. Avenue next to Busy Bazaar
[ Tulane game. respectively,_ came back to help FlorIda .

I I fight Tulane. .. .. .--,
i "Pete" Perry oj St. Augustine ant
ald ++ + +r$959: 4e *9l9BK+ + + ++ +
t grad'. was on the campus for the + When you want Hardware BAIRD has It
game. He is now a second lieutenant
in the Naval Reserves. .!h While the local editor has gotten -'+ Reach's Football Goods, Wright & Ditson Tennis Rackets and Athletic.Goods, East

! .. a good many names of the man Kodaks and Supplies, Reach's Baseball Goods, Louisville Slugger Bats all latest
' 't' "Home Comers,"
still it is
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Rat J. I* Sensabaugh\ and E. R. models, Remington, U. M. c. and Winchester Ammunition, Remington and Automatic
\ f! that it is not complete. Any help +
i Brown Both made flying trips home Pump Guns. Remember we carry as complete a stock as money can buy.
+ in completing the list will be ap- *
j ind Incidentally. Bull. pr cl ted. +I: WHOLESALE AND RETAIL-
to Jax:last week.

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; Boll Young's brother has been

i visiting him. He came to see the game PHONE 7
1t The crowd goes wild as with cheer I
FiCznugh Lee of Miami, has just enoled -
- in the Teachers Collge. ,and smile
They watch the Varsity whim.

i Abe Aronovltz of Key West, a See the backs thunder.

I Stetson student, came over with a The quarter's a wonder. Gainesville Furniture Co, :

r. bunch of men from DeLand to see The ends are the best in the world.Of ': .."\
l the big game.
' the full back's pluck in the Full Line Victrolas and Records .

.f H. B. McCall was one of the Stetsons smashing buck.
imnch. He is taking a business That carried him over the goal.
f ourse: there. We are sorry to lose Of the quarter's brain v
.e_llac and hope he will be back often In the round-end gain '.
and stay longer. Is the story that will be told. ,
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j ton bunch, liked old U. of F. so well I tackle brush. .,
. that he has decided to remain with I The greatest play of the game
i 1 s. How the ends fought.

Carl Of the passes they caught* ; Marable's Studio
< Jerry Booth and Duncan of And all for the Varsity fame"
1 Tavares.t were on the campus to sea ; ..f .
Over Miller's north side
. the game last Saturday. Of course it takes pluck to make a .' squarer

;l U line buck. .
.Fats" DeVane. one of last year's And it is hard to go over the goal.

'1 foot ball men is here. He is now in But let's give some credit, LET US DO YOUR KODAK{ FINISHING
J iLl army and is stationed at Macon We always forget it.
1' but he managed to .get furlough :I To the man that made the hole.
!i enough to' come down to the Tulane

- game. The ends were fast and fought to the .
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I is t of C.the P."Home-comers.Bishop of Le aburg* is another The quarter was certainly\ fine RELIA I B L E 4
The backs'were great. r.&Y1f
, But I pity their fate 1 "

if A. 0. Johnson i and Harry Wood or Except for the man in the l1d \ LBE'EZL.SEMIMOLE ;:
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In the midst of the tight with his.
Rat Williams, of 8<$e. D. Thos. HAH. brawny might.. c
: bad a birthday party Monday evening He charges the enemy down. : SEED CO81:

After each rush t
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.1.u, Under the crush. Gainesville Florida
8. W. Hollinwrake's father and Bleeding the lineman is found. '
ttI brother, of Ocala, visited him the

; other day and saw the big game. No one knows of the awful blows.

I He takes without ever a sign. "When I dine, I always dine at MOLNAR'S, for Molnar knows
: Alfred Green is able to be back on So fill up your glasses "
. the campus after an illness of two To the man of the masses, Just how things should be cooked.

fi weeks. The hero, the man in the line! '
If you've been prejudiced against restaurants because the food didn't taste just right,

Er-rat Grutemeyer., farmer at Dads Two Chances- TRY

City took in the game last Satur According to HoyleA

! day. man is either drafted or not MOLNAR'S DINING DOOM
I Two chances!

Miss Sudan Greely of Jax, and Miss If drafted, he is either sent to :France
J1e Collins are in town for the game and or not. IT'S "DISTINCTIVELY DIFFERENT"

dances. Two chances!
If he Is sent to France he will either --

H. IL. Connell spent the weekend Stop a bullet or he .won't.
at his home in Orlando. Two chances!
I If he stops a bullet he will either' be

Feaster and Thrasher made theIr killed or wounded.
tt usual weekly migration to Micanopy Two chances! Alachua County Abstract Co.

ri for the week-end. If he is killed .
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rt Bridge Club reported all member B. R. COLSON President
le present at Sunday afternoon meet. Tramp-Have you any work for me ;;: .. ''r "': : --
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Lady What kind bf work do you

i Henry Tribble of. Lake want? -- ,
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