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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: October 31, 1917
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
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weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
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Vol. VI University of Florida, Gainesville, Wednesday, October 31, 1917 No. 6



By this means, I wish to call your Washington, D. C., Oct. 27.1 Following -

attention to this memorandum of information its annual meeting here the Representative of Food Admin
concerning admission to the
University Commisssion on Southern
:third series of Officers Training Campsto Race has istrator Emphasizes Necessityof
Questions just issued an
Florida Wins by :Margin of Two
Buying Liberty Bonds and
be held January 5th to April Stb, open letter to the college men of the
Touchdowns Against the Blue 1918.If. South. Co-operating in Food Conser

and White in Saturday's Game What's the matter with the band! you should be interested and I The ration Campaign. '
Commission is
t's composed of representatives
all right! When our band last wish to
apply for appointment to
of the faculties of eleven
volunteered band of
year bodily as these
camps, please take the matter
Southern state institutions of learn-
the second Florida
GAINESVILLE Oct. 27. The Ga we thought we up promptly with Major E. S. Walker, ing and has been in existence, meeting Speaking in chapel Friday morning,
would have to go without music, this Professor
of Science and
tors had no walk away when they defeated Military oftener for about five
year. But not so. You can't keep that annually or Le Roy Hodges field secretary to
Tactics University of Florida, Gainesville .
Southern nineteen to seven old spirit down. Leader Levis steppEd years. Food Controller Herbert Hoover,
Fla. Please note that the University -
here today. The Blue and White : right in, and almost as soon as old of Florida can nominate Its aim is to do what it can to assist made an appeal for food conservation

U. of F. had band. At in the adjustment, on a sound
opened we
the Florida team that it
gave a scrap twenty-three men from graduates or which on account of its unaffected
first you could tell that it was a brand basis, of race relationships in the
will never forget. After the first ten undergraduates, and twenty-three al- earnestness and new band, but under the able leadership ternates. South particularly at this time when,
minutes of play Coach Buser replacedhis of Messrs. Levis and Marks a from many points of view there is infused every person in his audience
Very sincerely,
backfield by second string men band has developed that we are all A. A. MURPE REE, danger of maladjustment and misun with a desire to help more in the

and three of his linesmen. proud of. It has worked faithfully, President. dorstanding. country's great economic campaign.Mr. .

Florida scored first when Ball ran and on football game days, has shown WAR DEPARTMENTThe The Commission's chief work Is Hodges stated that altho
great In fact the of the with Southern students
pep. pep endeavoringto
Adjutant General's Office
twenty-five yards over tackle for a America is threatened by no shortage
whole student body was kept up, to a MEMORANDUM OF INFORMATION induce them to study the socallrace : .
touchdown. The goal was not kick- In her food supply, she is faced with
certain degree, by our band, as it paraded Admission of enlisted men of the problem" with sympathetic Interest
ed. and later helped on the athletic Regular Army, National Guard. National and without prejudice.The the problem of supplying her allies

The second quarter was played field. Due honor to the band. Army, and graduates t and undergraduates membership of the Commis- with the enormous amount of food
of certain universities
mostly In neutral territory as the Blue Below is a corrected list of band colleges and military schools, to train- sion is as follows: stuffs which they are unable to get

and White. defense was unusually members and their ranks: ing camps to be held January 5th. to Prof. J. J. Doster, professor of education elsewhere since the war. Coming but

good. > Marks A. R.-Director. April 5th 1918. and dean of the School of recently from the battle fronts in

On the first two minutes of the sec- Levis Norris-Leader. 1. General Plan. Fducatlon, University of Alabama Europe, Mr. Hodges was able to portray
With enlisted
I Angle L. L. the object of training chairman.
ond half Southern scored when Gast- men of the Regular Army, National vividly the scenes of sufferingand
Brown A. T. Prof. James D. Hoskins. dean of the
boff intercepted a pass and ran 45 Caruthers, L. R. *. Guard and National Army for appointment University of Tennessee.Dr. starvation which are taking

yards for a touchdown. Eberwyne Demeritt F. E. as officers to fill vacancies place behind the trenches on account

kicked goal.In Dorman J. A.-Corp. that may occur in these forces, a Josiah Morse, professor of psychology of the shortage in the food supply. He

the third quarter Florida apparently Emerson C. B. I third series of training camps will be South Carolina.and philosophy, University of told of the hundreds of thousands of

awakened as she plowed her Hartt W. D.-2nd. Sar. organized. The graduates of these non-combatants in Belgium and Poland

way to Southern's ten yard line and Holley F. N. I training camps who may be so recommended Dr. William O. Scroggs professor of who after being driven from their

Thomas scored having received a for. Knowles, F. L.-1st Sar. will be listed as eligible for economics and sociology, Louisiana homes have died for want of food, and

ward pass. Leeks, F. H. .-::. commission as second lieutenants and State University.Prof. of the unspeakable crimes, and devastation

In the fourth quarter both sides Lightsey, J. .C.-Corp. :..w: ; will be commissioned as vacancies William S. Sutton, dean of the wrought by the Germans in
worked the passing game during the Matlock, M. B. t: ., occur. To these camps which are School of Education. University of their ruthless march of conquest.

entire twelve minutes, Florida getting Percival L. B.-Corp. primarily for enlisted men as indicated Texas. "The soldiers fighting Democracy's

. a touchdown on a well executed Pratt, 1... B. '. above it has been decided to ad Dr. W. L. Kennon. professor of battles must know that their loved

: pass from Fuller to Thomas. Loomis Smith. L. W. TI r mit a certain number of graduatesand physics University of Mississippi.Prof. ones at home are being provided for."
kicked goatThomas Stall. F. W. under-graduates of universities, E. C. Branson, professor of said Mr. Hodges. "If they are relieved -

; was the individual star of Street C. C.-Corp. colleges and schools which have earn rural economics and sociology. University of the torturing fear that mothers -

! Florida while Hayman and Canova Stears J. M. -:-- : ;.' ed recognition by having had military of North Carolina. sisters, wives, children, and

i played well. Some of Thomas' catch. Zeder..H. H. training under Army officers duringthe sweethearts are in danger of starva.
.. Dr. James Farr, professor of Eng
; es of forward passes were sensational. La Fontisee, 1.,. past ten years. tIon. they can face the living hell of
of Florida.Dr. .
lish University
; Leifeste and Fernald deserved credit Gardner, S.STANDING. The following Institutions hav the trenches with untroubled hearts,
! for Florida's second touchdown as earned such recognition and have been D. Y. Thomas professor of his and concentrate -their energies on

they alternately plowed the Southern assigned a quota. The entire numbercf tory University of Arkansas.Dr. fighting.

! line! for fifty yards and placed the COMMITTEES OF graduates and under-graduates to R. P. Brooks professor of history Upon introducing the speaker President .

1 ball on the ten yard line after THE FACULTYFo be admitted is 2490: University of Georgia.Col.
which Thomas scored on a pass. xf x x x x W. :M. Hunley professor of explained how Mr. Hodges, who altho

! Eberwyne and Steed were consistent University of.Florida Gainesville economics and political science Virginia -
a man of wide experience yet quite
Fo owlng is a list of the standing
I gainers while Fulton caught Quota 23. Military Institute Secretary.Dr. .
had tried to enter almost
for young, every
committees the ensuing year, as
several pretty passes. Eberwyne made X X X X X James H. Dillard president of
I announced at the office. The Presi branch of the Service but each tim
a run of thirty yards when he the James Fund and director of the
i pretty dent is an ex officio member of all 2. Date and Locations of Camps. had been rejected on account of &
i received Florida's kick-off in the third committees. few Date Jan. 5. 1918 to April 5, 1918.a Slater Fund is the founder of the physical disability sustained in an-
I quarter. The line-up: standing Only a in each Commission and is a member of its
changes have been made and they ( ) Regular Army, Athletic smash-up during his college

I Southern Position Florida were occasioned by the resignation National Guard and National advisory open committee.The letter .to Southern college days. In the course of his speech,
Division.b .
Army Mr. Hodges made reference to this
several former members of the facul
Clemons and
students which is being sent to
( ) One each in the Philippines.
fact lamenting that he was forcel t.
Strother....,....L. E. ... .:. Loom ty. Panama and Hawaii.c practically every Southern community
stay at home and do what he called a"woman's
Wurthrich and Admission-Keppel, Farr, Cawthoa is as follows.
( ) One each at Fort Bliss, Texas, work." Those who
yOcs..1.. T. .,.... Warner Davis, Ault, Crandall. "On two previous occasions the heard
Fort Sam Houston Texas, and his masterful, manly, yet touching
Swink and Alumni--Cawthon. Anderson Floyd.
Chickamauga, Ga. University Commission on Southern for
. appeal food conservation
Shannon. J..L. G. ....... Otto Arnold, Strong. 3. Quota. Race Questions addressed Open Letters dent that as Dr. Murphree are said con.afterward

Wells and AthIetlcs-Summers. Cox Ault. From Educational Institutions: As to the College men of the South, it
Ilarbaugh ...,... .. .. was a fortunate day for the
C. .
.... Dye Thoroughgood. Grimm. given above setting forth briefly the results of Government when Mr.
Smoot..R. G. ..... Cornell Discipline-iCrandall, Walker Summers From the Regular Army, National their studies and conferences on topicsof that athletic sustained
Gasthoff.._.. .. .: .R. T.., ..Branno to both The smash-up.
Cawthon McGhee. Army National Guard: 1.7 per cent. importance races.
Preceeding Mr. Hodges' address. B.
Thomas and DiscipUneCrandall.'nlker., Summers cf the enlisted strength of the organ first of these dealt with the Lynching
Price ......,......R. E. ....Hayman Evil Beachman food administrator for
and in.
Cawthon, McGhee. ration. (Regiment or other smaller after pointing out the
Florida, who is traveling with Mr.Hoover's .
Fuller and
Graduate Work-Anderson, Far, separate unit.) herent injustice of it and its menaceto
Eberwyne .....:.. Q. ... .. Canova Rolfs Trusler Cox. 4. Qualifications for graduates ana the established institutions of so- field secretary, spoke a few
Steed ...... Benton words to the students telling them
.,R. H. B. Leifeste & Ball
the fact human
under-graduates of the institutions ciety, emphasized
Library-Sims, Farr Keppel, Chandler -
Lightsey and that they have a duty at home to per-
listed. actions are like boomerangs affecting

Fulton .... ......F. B .... .Fernald Hadley.Public Functions. vis, Walker, Graduates and under-graduates of those who act, as much as, if not.more serving form that In the is equal trenches.in imporance to

Marshall and Strong. Grimm, Hecker. the institutions listed who will be between than those who are acted upon. It is
P dton......... "Mr. Hoover and
.1. H. B..Gunn. Publicity Willoughby. Hathaway 21 and 31 years old on Jan. S. becoming more and more recognizedthat says, all authorities

Score by quarters, twelve minutes: Weaver, Hecker Foster. Arnold.ScheduleThoroughgood. 1918. are eligible to apply for admis- the white race In many subtle on the subject agree with him,"
"that the war is
sion. has suffered more from lynching
Southern ... .. .. .. 00 7 0- 7 Turling ways more a question of food than it is of
and its than has the
Applicants be married
may or unmarried consequences
ton. McGhee. Norman Perry.
------------6 0 6 7-19
guns and men. It Is a question of
but other Uacfc.
Self.Help-Floyd. Buchholz Chandler things being equal,
Florida scoring: Touchdowns. Ball bow long it will take for side
one to
Arnold Turlington. examining officers will give preferenceto "The second letter dealt with the
Thomas (2) Loomis. Southern starve the other into
goals submission.
; You
unmarried Education
Student-rganizatlon- Buchholi, men. of the Negro, and stressedthe
scoring: Touchdowns, Gasthoff; young men represent about three hun-
Rast. Graduates and under-graduates of need of larger support better
Willoughby Sims. Perry,
goal Eberwyne. dred
Student-Publications-Benton, Trus these Institutions who did not take the teachers, longer terms, and more ad. families thruout the State of

Officials, Referee, Arnold (Auburn); ler. Crow, Farr.UniversityPublicationsCrow. course of. military training offered by equate facilities, again on the groundof Florida. If you send this message

Umpire Brinston (Georgia Tech); Norman the institution are not eligible for ad the Inherent justice of the pro- that MJr. Hodges will give you this

.Head Linesman Sutton (Florida.) Weaver, Hathaway, Rast. mission. posal and .the fact that in doing for morning home to them, we shall have
Substitutions 5. Graduates and others do reached approximately fifteen hundred -
: Florida-Loomis for under-graduates we even more for ours -

demons Warner for Wurthrich. Otto who are eligible as indicated above lves. persons."

'.. Swink; Dye for Wells. Hayman for One of the most hopeless feelings and who desire to be admitted to the "In the present letter th? Commission In conclusion he urged the studentsto

Thomas Canova for Fuler, Leifeste in the world comes to the man who training camp must apply on the wishes to address the college Invest their savings in Liberty

for Ball Fernald for Lightsey and holds ten or twenty dollars worthof blank which, accompanies this circular men on what it considers the most Bonds and to give their whole-heart

Gunn for Marshall.-Fla. Times. world series stakes, and not a red and forward the completed application immediate pressing problem of the cd support to the food conservation

II Union. cent of his own money. (Continued on page 3) (Continued on page 2) campaign.


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ti The football players are expectea ".

:, to be particularly careful In many 3
i G. R BAILEY......Editor In Chief -' i 1
Editor gays during the seaSon, such as in |
W. P. JERNIGAN..Managing '
F eating! keeping early hours, etc, andre r
denied privileges which are
L B. F. WHITNER.......Local Editor many -
k' to them at other times. This is I
J. W. DALTON.....Athletic Editor open r University of Florida's Jacksonville Headquarter ,
done to make them able, not only to ,

i Business Department fight the opposing team harder, but from $1.50
:t W. L. MAHON._._-_..._..-..Manager tc also withstand their attacks with Rates up

i. i F. M. DE VANE..Assistant Manager the least amount of injury. Its J. B. POUND, President CHAS. G. DAY, Manager J. RUSSELL PETERS, Asst. Mgr.;

t P. V. ROUSE..,.....Circulation Mgr. 10.Ji
generally conceded that this Is something 0 ,
i vitally important to a player, !
: Entered as second-class: matter, 1 .
and to be effective must be strictly
l 28 1912 at the postoffice j ..
September adhered to. Each player is placed "
: at Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of I
on his honor regarding this and altho ,
March 3d 1879. "
tt takes a large amount of willpower "
.. ; ,
sometimes to refuge a cigarette or
Place all communications and news .
items in boxes designated for that Cope, this Is expected of you. and to z;: :" B. LILIENBLUM
,: t- '
:a3 1: .
x makes it all harder the
purpose in Peabody and Language y'eld once the _;
Halls. next time. : .. BICYCLES ... :'
Y- The remaining teams' which Florida ,, ". 1
Rate-The: Florida Alligator, $1.00. will face are all strong ones and the ;1

condition of our men. as a consequenceof .

their training, will have a large

:: I EDITORIAL I part determining the result. .

k i It is to be hoped that if there have "

been any violationswhatspever of
; FLAG ETIQUETTE these rules, that they will be discontinued YISIBLEWRITING' -

from now on, and any student TYPE_ WRITERSSF LATEST MODEL NUMBERS I

i The proper time for raising or put- who encourages such is impairing the NO. 10 REMIN'GTOXSNO. j
t ting out 'a flag is sunrise or aftei, strength of the Gators and no loyal Opportunity to Purchase Standard Typewriter at Student Rate NO.:2 3 MONARCHS '
4 r never before. student will anything to decrease HOW TO ORDER A mACHINE- 1\0.10 SMITH PREMIERS etc. .f,-,
The flag should always be lowered their Special Student Rate .
THIS company makes a specialty of selling: typewriters and supplies direct to stu- $3..50.
:, at sunset. and is in a position to furnish just what he wishes at lowest consistent
11 A .flag should never be allowed to The performance of the Gators prices. special We also rate-offer the following at :.'

trail or lie on the ground and should against Southern last Saturday was That the student may be perfectly satisfied with the. make and model of maNO..3-5 OLIVERS
chine he purchases, we will exchange any machine within 6 months of date purchased NO.1-2 ROYALS Iii
i always betaken. in during stormy inferior to any previous performanceand without charge. For example, if he orders a Remington, and later decides $2..50 '.

.I weather. it was a great disappointment on a Monarch or Underwood, or any other make, we will gladly make the exchange. Those desiring an inexpensive '
!. When the flag Is raised at ceremonies that such was the case. Overconfidence In ordering, specify make and model desired. Send deposit of $10, upon receipt yet serviceable and reliable machines -
of which will ship the machine and after send balance hotUd consider the follow "
everyone we inspection, us
present should stand, has been attributed by ing iaisible writers
some, as ;
of price. If unsatisfactory, deposit will be refunded, or typewriter: exchanged, as NO. 6-7 REMINGTONS
4 face to the flag and salute with the the reason, but at any rate the Ga- requested. NO.2-1 SMITH PREMIERS '

right hand raised to the forehead. tors had no pep whatever in the beginning ALL MACHINES FULLY GUARANTEED'e $14.60

"When the flag passes in parade and it was not until Southern furnish instruction lad pnc
i t UNIVERSITY TYPEWRITER CO. ticebooks with each machine.
spectators should stand, men and had scored that they realized the condition Any style of type special key. '

boys with hats removed. and begun to do some real play Washington, D. C. 2460 Ontario Road, ISwr. out board additional or length char&'e.of carnage with

When any other flag is displayedwith ing. The action of a few individual

our National colors Old Glory players is condemned for they were -

f must always be on the right or above.I !Strictly in violation of the rules of ness and force but also brot out the COMMISSION ISSUES LETTER Oh

I As a sign of morning the flag the game and the student body does humor of the rhymes. NEGRO MIGRATION

l should first be hoisted to the top of not commend such action, tho they SOCIETYBENTON I
\Follownig this came a debate on,
> the! mast for a moment, then lowered will back up any player to the r.ry "Resolved that Florida Should .
r <: half way and left at half-mast. At last if he Is in the right We-hope Appropriate (Continued from page 1))
money to Establish Rural
; sunset the flag should first be hoisted that there will neve" be a repetition ENGINEERINGThe South and one of the most importaa;
Libraries. Those
[ to ,the top of the mast. before lowering o>! anything similar to the above andre participating were, for the nation, namely Negro M _4
Benton Engineering Society Affirmative, Messrs D. E. Williams
to the ground. sure that it is a source of regret tion. The present migration of
met Monday; night, but only a few and O. L. Durrance; Negative Messrs.
I The flag should never be used fora on the part of the players as well as negro is not an anomalous phenomeJ
members II L C. Johnson
were present. and G.R. Graham. The ,
cover or In any position where every student. non in human affairs.' The ecooosa
The program for the evening was affirmative won by a few points. How-
objects are placed on It. and social laws that affect the live
i Debate: "Resolved That it Is for the ever both the affirmative and the Negative .
E Flags should always be treated with Nearly all the and actions of white
debating societies men produce
; on
best interests of ,the United States, showed a touch of enthusiasm
reverence and carefully put away the practically the | 1
have same effect t3
campus elected their repre- upon
to place drastic restrictions on free which is essential to all live societies.
r when not in use. !entatives! to the Inter-society debating speech." negro. It should not be surprising

I In draping the flag against the I council for the coming year, and a Affirmative-Feaster and DeFlorin. therefore, to find him obeying's

side of a room or building the blue I meeting of the body may be expecteJ Negative-Paxton and, Ax el son. FARR LITERARY SOCIETYThe promptly and in such large number
i' field should always be towards the be
soon. This means that inter-society, Mr. Axelson being absent Mr. Pax- economic law of demand and 8U

North or towards the East. and intercollegiate debating, at this ton debated in his stead. The judges Fair Literary Society held its ply. There was no extensive mlg

I I When the' "Star Spangled Banner University will be given an early start decided in favor of the negative. regular meeting last Monday\ night ion until the industrial centers, f

leoognized as our National Anthem this year, which is one of the best Notice: Society dues are payable The question for debate was "Re ing a dangerous shortage :of 1 labo
is played or sung all should rise and things that could owing to the
be dene.
solved complete
en or before next meeting night Nov. : That capital punishment shutting o
stand until the song is finished. It Last year the Pea,'ody Club of the 4. should be abolished." Mr. Bache up- of the European sources of upplj

is proper to face the. musicians" Teachers College won tho three-year held the affirmative and Mr. Clarkson, turned to the South where Jar?\,

those singing during this ceremony. challenge cup by defeating the Agricultural AG CLUBDr. the negative. This is an old question sources were available. And so the'.'

Wben red, white and blue bunting Club which had snatched it but is still of interest. The sent their agents with very aUarlnt

is used for decorating, the red shouldbe from the hands of the John Marshall SiSms gave the club a very Interesting speakers brought out many good. arguments premises and liberally used the negressy

at the top. Society of the Law school just in timeto as well as educational lecWre on both sides of the ques PI hand-bills, letters lecturer

It is against the law to put any save it from becoming the latter's on "The Opportunity of the Sociologists tion. The judges decided In favoIf and other means designated quickly to

printing or advertising of any kind on froperty for good. The victorycored In Florida. ( the negative.The uproot the negro and draw him to th

the United States flag. over the lawyers by the "ags," The club always enjoys Dr. Sims' railroads, factories and mines wbcrfl
society then
The above regulations in regard to followed by the brilliant work of the lectures. business. took up general hta labor Is sorely needed. The doH

flag etiquette have the approval of Peabody debators, aroused a great Frank Edwards, "June" Gunn and An amendment to the constitution lar has lured the negro to the East?

f Jhe. United States government .deal of interest in intersociety debating Clarence Nieland were, in turn called abolish the was proposed which would and North, as it has lured the white ?!
:yow, in our nations hour of peril I on to give their account of section that levies a fin
on. the campus, and this interest members man even to the most inaccessible and]
and crisis when all eyes are turned should be reawakened this they did, saw and thought on the In acordance with absent without excuse. forbidding regions of the earth! Butj

toward Old Glory, and the way in year, the earlier the better. trip the stock judging team made t this amendment the constitution, the human being is moved and hell

ti which she is respected, why would It Everyone in the various societies Atlanta. They all seemed to be much the next was held over until cot by money alone. Birthplace, nomfcj

not be appropriate for the University should try to make his society debating .impressed with the fine stock shows taken. The meeting before a vote was ties family friends, associations and.

t authorities to appoint some person or team for the practice and experience I at the fair and they see no reason elected Mr. society then unanimously attachments of numerous kinds fai|
i persons to see that these regulations why Florida should not send out Hitchcock to represent ion t
and also because of the fact a the treatment opportunity to labor an|
are observed in reference to our own that winning team next year. Their advice Inter-Society. Debating Coun
it will help him in trying for the cii.e enjoy the legitimate fruits of labor;

flag on the campus? varsity which will probably again go to all "Rats' or old men who ar assurance of evenhanded Justice in tttj

up against Tennessee and South Caro even thinking trying out for the team courts good educational facts

The faculties of various colleges lina. Florida last year put herself on next year is:-start to learn how to B. Y. P. U. GIVES SOCIALLast sanitary living conditions tolerene

haTe decided after due consideration the forensic map of the South and judge stock now." and sympathy-these things, a

to give full credits in the Department shows promise of The chairman of the committee to
English staying there "big Friday night the local B. Y. P.tT. others like them make an even strong
to the editors of the college! ger than ever" from now on. figure ont the details of the Ag Club"Warmer" gave a social at the home of Mi-, cr appeal to the human mind an

t I paper. To do this would be an encouragement reported and the Club voted and Mrs. R. McClellan. Those who heart than does money.
to those who do the edl on what night it should be given. "The
tended state that South cannot compete oa
calling It a success,
torial work and would TWO UNIVERSITY Monday night was decided on the
them as
repay financial
would be far too little a compliment. basis with other sections
for this work which is undoubtedly a;s BOYS IN ACCIDENT oest nignt. I Almost every member was there the country for the labor of the n .
much as the average college course George Oberholtzer was appointed as!
well as a large crowd of others. gro, but.the South can easily k
Such work demands reporter for the Club.PEABODY.
-requires. not
only Slight Injuries Received by Both An auction sale was the main fev her Negroes against all alluremea|
sufficient time to make credit
ture if she will give them a larger m
Machine of the
warrantable, but the benefit of such Badly Damaged CLUBIn I evening. The "devil"
I sold ure of those things that human
a number of
i 4 experience proves to be fully as valuable "spirits of great'Women"
hold dearer than material
to the
i to a student as an ordinar; S. W. Cason and C. S. Ogilvie well spite of the ravages of war and the highest bidder among Generosity begets gratitude a
men. Each
known students of the had other gentleman then fount
course. University, circumstances, the the owner of gratitude grips and holds men m
This Is not said .for any benefit an accident last Wednesday after- Peabody Club has survived and is the "spirit" he had powerfully than hooks of steel It
bought and
sought by the present staff, as their noon.. cow organized with a membership of where her to the kitchen axiomatic that fair dealing, sympat|
out for the While they were riding tMrteen. The last they were served ginger
ccurses are planned ensuIng on a motorcycle two programs cake and patience, tolerence and other huTsa|
year and such credit is not necessary !, Ogilvie. who was driving lost showed a growing "pep" and manifested cane juice. virtues benefit those who exereb*

r.. for their completion. It Is for control of the machine. This result- much interest. The manner in them even more-than the beneficiarJei

the benefit of the future workers and cd in a head-on collision with a Ford,, which Mr. Wkn E. S. Dickerson gave 'Riches take to themselves wings "'.f them. It pays to be Just and k

to make such positions more attractive the motorcycle being badly damaged. "A September Gale" the quaint old and fly away,." quoted the teacher."What both spiritually and materially. |

; to the students, and we hope the Both of the boys were thrown from poem written by Oliver Wendell kind of riches is meant?" ly the South has nothing to lose *4much

faculty will give their attention to the the machine but fortunately sustained Holmes, was very striking. He not And Johnny Jones said, "I reckon to gain by adopting an attitu
"' only slight bruises and scratches. only exprest the thot with
matter. / great clear- they must be ostriches Pathfinder. like that indicated above." JIt

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to "the Instructor in Tactics"of
i Townsend has been called home bye Class Motion Pictures
drafting of his brother. the institution from which, the applicant
graduated. Read the instructions

on the application and fill it out
[Feaster and Thraser as usual made carefully. Note particularly 'that let-

ieir week-end trip home to Mica- ters or recommendation are not Lyric TheterYour

op1- wanted but only the names of three

responsible citizens who know the applicant -
G. C. Battle of Sorrento will leaver best. Each applicant must Patronage InvitedUriite'd

r few days at home next Satur- be examined physically at his own
il1. expense by a reputable physician who

will fill out the physical report form-

! G. S. Upchurch and L. Bennet spent ing part of the official application

-ie latter part of the week at Jack- Mank. Applications will be received
Shoe Store
r.nville with homefolks. between October 15th and December
1st. No application received after ; .
Dec. 1st will be considered but will ..... -
Lout[ Catlow and the Tampa "Rats'* he promptly returned to the applicant. Two Well Known Brands
that good old cane ** '
patch. F ''
;.;.. Examining officers will be instructedto
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Also the "Political Boss" of Section and the same number of alternates -

Thomas Hall third floor. provided the number of qualified ,
applicants admits of this.a Avenue next to Busy Bazaar

( ) Character the
applicant as
JMr. J. M. Scott came up to see
fouthern play Florida. He was the regards:
t Conduct
jest of 19 Buckman.Rat .
Leadership When you want Hardware BAIRD has it
Ability to learn quickly,
O'Berry is moving down to the. Ability to instruct others.b Reach's Football Goods, Wright & Ditson Tennis Rackets and Athletic Goods, East-

f heta Chi fraternity house. ( ) General suitability; 1. e.. Military man Kodaks and Supplies, Reach's Baseball Goods, Louisville Slugger Bats all latest

appearance etc., models, Remington, U. M. C. and Winchester Ammunition, Remington and Automatic

Mr. Jose Meyers of Tampa, has reg- X X X X X X Pump Guns. Remember we carry as complete a stock as money can buy.
tered in the Law ,
> 8.: Organization or Training School.!.
The normal strength of each train-
are all interested In all of the ing school will be about 440 students BAIRD HARDWARE CO.

Sators who are now serving Uncle organized into one infantry company

Bam. Word comes from Fort Ogle. and one light artillery battery. PHONE 7

jjhorpe that Mr. Joe Swanson is one ofp1e The schools prescribed in (a) Para-

best shots there having made 48 graph 2 will be under the supervisiionof

'mIl's eyes out of 50 shots. It is safe the Division Commanders who wilt

o say that the other two came very detail the Commanding Officer and the

ear the bull's eye. instructor personnel.The .

schools prescribed in (b) Para Gainesville Furniture CQ/.l

- A. E. Carpenter spent Sunday at graph 2 will be organized at such i.
ome in Jacksonville. places as the Commanding Generalsc

!the territorial Divisions and Departments Full Line Victrolas and Records f-,;

"Peto" De Silva is at home recu- concerned may order and will

rating, after two weeks in the in. be under their supervision.The COME IN AND HEAR NEW RECORDS
schools at Fort Bliss Chicka- ,' ./ .
rmary. We hope he will be back .. <- S
oon. mauga and Fort Sam Houston (c) will i
be organized by the Department Com- GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

'I' Leon Lischkoff, an oldgra( fom. manders. .. ..
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re Law College; is in the aviation 9. Status of Students.a .

orps and is now stationed at Pen- ( ) Enlisted men of the Regular I I
Army. National Guard and National
cola. There is only one kind. of. Glasses for YOUR vision and
Army will be carried on detached
service while students at training that is the
Captain A. L. Minter of the regur -
. schools. They will receive the pay ABSOLUTELY CORRECT
army attended the game Saturday.
and allowances of their grade.,

Table No. 4 ("Shortie Wilson's") (b) Graduates of the institutions I We grind all lenses used in our prescription work. No delay. .
listed, if selected to attend will be
hallenges No. 2, for a football game."Pete" .
required upon reporting at the school

to enlist for the duration of the war. C. H. COLES & SON
Lightsey finding his door If after completing the three months'
ocked played ghost and walked course they are not recommended for JEWELERS AND OPTICIANSR

bru it (New door being put in.) commission they will be required to

remain in service and finish their en- J

Ralph Crosby spent Sunday at home listment. While students they will receive
t n Palatka. the pay and allowances. of privates -
1st class; this will be about ELI I A B L E If
IL L. McPherson Class '16, now & thirty dollars per month plus food ,

, armer in Clay County came up to clothing and quarters. "

r ee the game with Southern.U. 10. General.All : !- SEED bh
men who successfully completethe h \ ,\

of F. three _months' course and are so
has a corking good band
nd also a first class Orchestra. The recommended will be carried on a -

; atter furnished the music Thursady list; as eligible for appointment as 2nd t ,;; SEMINOLE SEEQGainesville ,CO:1dT
lieutenant and will be commissionec ." '
i auditor
t vening at the High School ""
vacancies in the order of
as occur Florida
Jum for the food conservation meet- __ '_ '_ __
'f furnished merit determined by performance
ng. Again it lively mu-
while-at the training school; providedthat .
;ic Friday evening'at the Countrylub. -J---- ---
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graduating and date of occurence ot dine MOLNAR S for Molnar knows
When .I dine, ,I always ,
their, vacancy has been; satisfactory.
r The University has presented Fred- .11. "-The training camps describedin Just how things should be cooked. "
1y Leeks with a new head for his
this memorandum are preliminaryfor
} irum. He is a regular drummer now. men to be commissioned in line If you've been prejudiced against restaurants because the food didn't taste just right,

(infantry and artillery). The Qua TRYMOLN
The Bridge club held its weekly -
tcrmaster General Chief Chief of
neeting Sunday afternoon two tables
Ordnance Chief of Coast Artillery
> laying. The score at the close,
Chief of Engineers and Chief Signal
bowed:Mr. Stein in the lead. R'S
Officer have been authorized to organize

makes such schools as they may deem
Norris Levis his appearancen IT'S "DISTINCTIVELY DIFFERENT"Alachua ;
necessary for the training of men to
the band as baritone saxophone be officers in their: Corps.No .
'layer. Nothing unusual about that
application will be Received at
ho. Norris is musically right there.
the War Department.

'ANTED: One muffler for Rat
Clinker-Did I understand you to
Bivens-Notify Faculty.
say that there is nearly always
of something broke about your motorcar County Abstract Co.
"Dr., what kind an animal is a ?
uddha-Rat Bivins.

Clinker What is it, as a rule?
En- President
-Henry E. Freeman Class of 15
Blinks-Me.-+Ohio State Journal. : .
: ineering College U. of F. was commissioned r: 3 ,
Captain at the American
University Training Camp at Wash "Chauncey: said that I was the only .
had loved. <-- -"'-- "'" -- --
ngton. D. C- and is on duty with tho girl ever

06th Regular Engineers, 31st Dlvl- "Doesn't he say it beautifully.
ion. Camp Wheeler Macon. Ga. dear?"-Jack,oLantem. I Every student Is requested_and urged to patronize the above advertIsersPERSONAL

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