The Florida alligator
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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: November 7, 1917
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
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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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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IVol. VI University of Florida, Gainesville, Wednesday, November 7, 1917 No. 7



South Georgia Aggre- come officers, 80% were from the col- TUTE WAR WORK FUND TWELVEIn

leges. At Williams College 95% of
gation Wins Single Touchdown -
:. be student body was in military training -
-Hard Fought and within two
weeks after
war was .Early last Sunday morning. Rex Jacksonville Oct.-The $35,000,000 the most sensational exhibition of
Game. declared. At one State University Farrior and fourteen of the "Gate .o he raised by the Y. M. C. A. for "*,, ide" football ever seen on. Fleming -
1950 out of 3600 left'for service
Auburn men Sciubs" left for Norman Park Ga., war work from November 11 to 19, field Shorty's team defeated
Ala. Nov. .
-Auburn had before another
little commencement at via Sampson City, Valdvi.J. ,and Tif- both inclusive will be divided for disbursement Shade's team Saturday by the close
difficulty in defeating the light 1,000 out of 1800 left and in
yet another
;;n. They were vcci at the train by as follows: score of 12 to 0. .
Florida eleven here today 68 to 0. Itwas only 100 remained out of
men the Norman Park ruJent. and were U. S. Forces at home 00' .$11,120,000U. The play from "fatigue to forma-
clearly apparent after'a few min 5!O.
[utes of play that the Gators would I t-rorted to the boys dormitory, where S. Forces overseas .... 11,994.000 tion" was Shorty's surest ground
The have also
[not be able to withstand the rushes colleges given the I hey spent .h> Dgit.: The next day, In Russian Army .'... .'. 3,305.000 gainer, while the "Lady Fatima cross-
best brains of the the
|!of the heavy Plainesmen. Florida was the nation. President faculty Garfield to useof of !.qr faced the stro:% Norman Fark In French Army ... .... .. 2,649,000 buck" was Shad's stand-by. The forward

I football team.Norman In. Italian Army .. ...... 1,000,000In was also
low pass eminently
in getting off with its plays, and Williams heads the Departmentof .successful -
|did not show new Park depends almost solelyon Prison Camps ... .... 1.000.000 for Shad.
up to her usual qualityof Fuel Administration while hundreds
straight football to win the game. -Expansion ,. .... .. 3.932.000
football. Neither
ot professors are engaged In'the team threatened it's op-
Their heavy backfield battered the
Lineup: work of various boards are ponent's goal line until the fourth
.I conserving Gator line for gain after gain. Their Total.. ..... fl. '.'.'..$35,000,000
:Auburn. (68) FLORIDA. (0) our national resources. quarter when "Chief" Dickerson Intercepted -

Position Much physical equipment of only score came after a serlfof This budget will carry the work up a forward pass and ran 20
CaUm .. .... .... ......,......Dye institutions is taken over by Uncle line bucks had carrier the ball to to July 1, 1918 according to the cal- ards for the first score. Then !ol

Center Sam. Wofford College turned over he ten yard line when thr'i only successful culations of those in charge of the lured a heated argument between the

Sizemore ........ .... ... ..Connell its dormitories to 200 Plattsburg of. forward pass put the ball over gigantic operations. timekeeper and the members of both
Left Guard (or the winning score. teams ,as to whether time
ficers pending completion of the was up or

Warren .... .... ..... ..... .. .Otto Spartanburg camp. Harvard has The features of the game for the One of the best pieces of work to be not
Gators Were the and
punting passingof
Right Guard given to 1500 naval radio studentsthe done by America during the present Finally it was decided that the game

Bozmer ... ... ... ... ..Brannon exclusive use of six buildings, Loomis the end runs of Marshall world war will be that of the Y. M. should continue for two minutes long
he line of Leifeste and the
plunging ,
Bight Tackle Including the gymnasium and the C. A. men among the armies of Russia er-measured by the time-keepers

,Styles ... .. ... .. .. ....Wutrich largest dining hall, and is soon to defensive work of Yancy Warner France and Italy. These armies judgment and the advice of specta-

I, Left Tackle ftart another government school- Fernald and Swink. The game was have been bearing the brunt of the tors. On the first play, Chief" Dick-

Gibson .... .. .. hard fought and cleanly played. The rson his and
..Thomas I this time for ensigns. The War De- fighting since the War began. They repeated performance the
Norman Park team outweighed the
Right End partment ordered 550 picked men have asked for American aid in Y. : time-keeper decided to call time.

C'eel '... ... .. ...... ...Clemmona from the Officers Training Camps of Gators more than ten pounds to the M. C. A. work and they are going to Officials: Referee DeVane; Umpire,
man, one ,of their men weighing 285
Left End the country to report to Cambridge to get it out of the $35,000,000 which is Tribble; Headlinesman, Levis; Linesmen

Ducots .. .. .. .. .. . ..Fuller be instructed by the French officers bs.' and another 215 Ibs. to be raised. Mahon aid Yancy.
The evening after the game the
Quarterback whom Harvard brought over last springto
Revington .. .. ...F rnald Gainesville boys were entertained by
00 00 00' teach its own, students. This I DEBATING PROSPECTSFOR
the combined student body of Norman One of the uses to which a portionof
Fullback "Iron Battalion" went from Harvardto THE PRESENT YEAR
Donahue .. .. Park Institute. The next day the big war fund of the Y. ,M. C. A.
........Wilkinson pass on to others the methods or
Left the Gators started home. is to be put is that of caring for the
Halfback French warfare learned at Cambridge
.... ... Those making the- trip were: Fuller war prisoners. There are about 14, The University of Florida came to
Trapp ... .... .....;.Ball The important "ground school" fOI-
Right Yancy, Leifeste. Fernald, Marshall, 000,000 men under arms for. the Allies. the forefront in Southern debating
Halfback aviators at Princeton has taken pos '
Score by quarters h" Warner, "Big" Gun; "Little" Gun, and some 6,000,000 prisoners of war circles last year "by defeating South
: eessiopi of several buildings and,
Auburn Dye Hayman, Swink, Norton Loomis These prisoners are really sufferingmore Carolina and Tennessee In a triangular
... . 14 19 21 14-68 Brockow Athletic Feld.
and McKey. than any of the men under arms debate and from all indications it
Florida .. 00 .0 0 0 0Summa1"y 0 Athletics of American colleges have
because they are far from home can rcems that we rill have to struggle
: Touchdowns Revington been made subservient to athleticsof
get no news never enjoy the flushof to retain that
posUon of leadership
2, Donahue 3, Decote 1, Hall (for Rev- the American army and navy. Driver utilizes the information secured:
victory, and never see a friendly during the :>res nt 'ar. Arrange-
through the
recent taken
ington) 2. Caton. Kirkwood; goals the former star half-back at the census by
face save those of fellow prisoners ments are already under for an-
: way
200 different
colleges. This plan
Ducote 8, Referee, Dutton. Louisiana University of Virginia is Director of enables '
They are to be helped with the money t.ll.er: triangular debate next spring
State; umpire Moriarity, St. Mary; Sports at Camp Jackson, South Caro- various government departments -
which America is to raise between
with the same universities. First of
time keeper. Stone. John Denson. lina. Football coach Bender of the to know who are the available
Nov. 11 and 19. all ne must recognize that we are up
picked college men of the
Time of quarters 12 minutes. University of Tennessee is making country
physically fit the soldiers at Green- who are trained for various kinds of against old and tried opponents and
that the "baby university" achievedno
PART PLAYED BY AMERICAN % 6 yule S. C. Walter, Camp Jr. of Yale special service. Already 2500 men The money which is to be raised for

directs athletics at Camp HancocK, have been located for governmentwork the soldiers of the American and allied common triumph in worsting them.

The first of a series of articles entitled Ja. Eddie Mahan Captain of Har- through the agency of this Bu armies is to be handled by the This noted, It remains for us only to
grit our teeth, open our pocfcetbookn
"Facts Southern College Men vard's champion football team of 191, reau. There are 41 southern coT American Y. M. C. A. No part of it

Should Know About the War is in charge of sports of the sailors at leges actively cooperating with the will go to this organization. The Associations and do as well next spring.

Philadelphia. It was at Princeton Bureau.: of the country have agreedto The necessity for teeth-gritting becomes -

(C. Fletcher Quillian. A. M.) that former coaches gathered last The service of college men of the take charge of this most essential clear when it is considered

"I am not sorry but proud that 40% month at the meeting of Directors of United States promises to be worthyof work for the government The that almost all our star debaters of

of Harvard University has gone into Camp and Cantonment athletics of the example set by 'the great universities leading generals of the army declare last year are no longer with us. This

the .war." President Lowell expressed the country. Every athlete who han of England. Canada and that the work is as essential to the means that in a sense we have our

this feeling last night in speak- won his letter at Columbia has enlisted France. The world will see that army as is the American Red Cross. work to do all over again and that

ing of Harvard's depleted fall regls in some form of government American college men are ready to The money will be used to erect the literary societies must developnew

tration. His sentiment is no doubt service.; In Canada and in many colleges make the supreme sacrifice, and that buildings/In all of the camps and can men who can fill their places. In"

shared by many other college presi of the States intercollegiate those who are to do their bit at home tonments of the American armies in this respect we are offered some encouragement

cents all over the country. competition has given way to inter will be mindful of their obligation to America, France and where ever else The literary societies

The loss of over half of the two class and inter-department contests. those who have gone. the American soldier may be sent report plenty of goods on hand and

upper classes at Yale Princeton and This allowed the vast amount of ener- The words of Henry ". Grady at during the war. These buildings will that they will deliver them on schedule

Harvard is duplicated in many col gy and money formerly devoted to the University of Virginia In 1889 are be heated in winter contain books, time. At any rate they nave a

leges. The professional and graduate the "big" games such as attracted today invested with new meaning. This writing materials and otherwise made splendid inducement to offer any ambitious

schools other than engineering show S2.000 spectotars last fall to the Yale prophet of the New South spoke for comfortable and homelike. Religious member in the form of a free

even heavier losses. The Harvard Bowl to be directed to many forms of the nation when he said "The unI- services will be held study classes trip to Columbia, S. C, or Knoxvllle

Law School and Graduate School of war activities. It also enables many versity is the training camp of the conducted and other arrangemntsmade Tenn.

Business Administration register only more individuals than formerly to develop future; the scholar the champion o! to entertain the fighting men But this will cost. And here we

32% and 34% respectively of their themselves as athletes, and the;! coming years. Waterloo was won from Florida while he is off duty. He come to a hard fact and the reason

normal numbers.On helps to make "the real contribution at Oxford. Sedan at Berlin. Napoleon will be off duty a great portion of the for opening our pocketbooks. The

overran Europe with drum tap and time. In all of the and canton-
the other hand there is a larger to the national defense" which President camps fact confronting us is that unless we
bivouac. The next Napoleon shan ments of American say the at
Wilson will intend giving our debaters dutch
attendance at many military engine says justify sportsin a
form his batallions at the tap of the Jacksonville Florida the soldiers will
time.Hundreds. treat must raise consider
eering and medical schools, as illustrated war we a sum
schoolhouse bell and his captaIns h"veto contend with snow this winter.
in an increase of 8% in the of college men have ably in excess of one hundred dollars.
Harvard Medical School. gone into the army Y. M. C. A., ambulance shall come with cap and gown." Florida soldiers will welcome a good The university as always may counton

The large number of Freshmen en- and red cross work. Cornell's DEAN TRUSLER HONOREDIn shelter after marching through snow the generous co-operation of faculty -

tering the colleges of all sections ambulance corps of 32 ;men were the during the long. cold, winter days. and student body. Not only members -

shows the willingness of men under first Americans to get Into active the October issue of the American of the literary societies are be-

21 to be drafted to go to college in ac- service in France after we entered the School Board Journal appears an Arrangements are rapidly being hind this but every man enrolled in

cordance with President Wilson's expressed : war. article entitled "Privileges and liabilities completed for the launching of the the university will do his part toward

wish in his letter of July 20th College men of America were ask- of pupils" by Dean Trusler of the campaign to raise $100,000 in this making the debate successful. The

to the Secretary of the Interior. ed for $150,000 for Y. JL C. A. prison Florida University Law School. The state for the benefit of the soldiers plain truth of the matter is that Florida

The often repeated criticism that work in Europe and responded with subject is dealt with under three The state has been divided into seven is on the debating map and with

college men have little sense of responsibility i$157,000. Many colleges have already heads: Transportation privileges of districts for the purpose of the work. proper support will remain there.

has been given the lie in .'indicated their willingness to do their pupils residence of students for vote The funds will be collected by the

the facts shown by the present war. full share in raising the $35,000,000Y. ing purposes, and liability of pupilsfor Florida War Work Council of the country for war work with the armiesof

Of the 62,000 men. In the Officers M. C. A. War Work Fund decided injuries to others. All of the authorities Young Men's Christian Association this country and our allies. The

Training Camps held this summer a upon in New York last week. on these points are collected which was organized at Jacksonville Florida Council will remit the funds

large percentage was composed of The Intercollegiate Intelligence Bu- and thus makes a very valuable as on October 25th. by representativesfrom to the Rational War Work Oountl

I college men. Of the men at Fort reau at Washington is a voluntary well as interesting contribution to different sections. The sum of which has charge of all the American:

, Benjamin Harrison training to be- crganization of college men which school lair. .- $35,000,000: is ,to be raised in this Work. .



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|H **t iFr9ni the News .
G. R. BAILEY......Editor in Chief The jfational <, i ''t ito! Patriotic!

W. P. JERNIGAN...Managing Editor Societies. Southern Bldg.. Washington -
DEWEY DYE .Asst. Mng. D. C.)

! B. F. WHITNER.. ... ..Local Editor The defeat of the German autocracy
J. W. DALTON..Athletic Editors and 11 tTersUy of Florida Jacksonville Headquarters
: is not only the task of armies

Business Department navies but of_ every: one who believes
: Rates from $1.50 up ,
W. IM MAHONManager in the, principles of democracy. It is i t

I i F. M. DE V NE..Ass st nt Manager not alone our, soldiers: and, sailors J. B. POUND ri; President CHAS. G. DAY, Manager J. RUSSELL PETERS; Asst. Mgr.:

e ,
/ D. V. lOUSE..Circu1aUoD Mgr.. who are rigliting Germany but every

i true American should also be .doing .
2 Entered, as second-class,, matter, what he can to bring about a speedy -- -

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t I On last Thursday morning at the are living up to theirs. Wcs hlrngton. D. C. 2460 Ontario Road IM\A/ board additional or length charge.of carriage without

There Is however one way you can
.:II ; .. regular Ghapel assembly lIon. Chris
be of immediate assistance to your
Matheson, Mayor of the city of --
country. You can purchase and help
: Gainesville, made a short but ccom- Copeland as Cosmopolitan youths and (One from the negative and one frog
sell Liberty Bonds. Put what money
prehensive talk on Food Conservation, Harold Ford as a ghost. Others present the affirmative was ,absent, notwistanding '
can spare .now into the safest
amplifying but not varying in any degree SOCIETYS. I were Fred LOCks, Joe Dalton and. this however the subjej
investment in the world. The cash, I
I Herbert Hoover's very correct William Madison. The chaperons was discust with thoroness and oolhe
into ;which you can at any time con- '
.: :I statement that "Food will win the vert these interest-bearing bonds, may were Dr. and Mrs. Farr. Dr. and Mrs. affirmative and negative show.

I war." Some of the ladies of Gainesville A. E. DANCE Crandal. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tanksley great skill in the handling of so tt
prove. most useful when you are start
\. furnished each student with the and Mrs. Parker. dious a subject
ing to earn your own living. Buy
'i standard card which is'signed by (The negative won by a few point
,s Liberty Bonds and urge others to buy. The S. A. E. fraternity .JHallowe'en
( those endors'ing.food. conservation, and them! Yours! sincerely, with quite a novel mas- The Kappa Alpha gave a most enjoyable Wvkc doctn etao tao taoin _

; i not a single student failed to fill out f' [ dance Friday night in honorof
:P. CLAXTON., querade dance. The hall was quite appropriately -:
t ; the above card, thereby agreeing to the lEillsboro High School football PILEAU GIVEN BY AG
(Head of the U. S. Dept. of Edu-) decorated with dryed :
r the rules which carry out this plan, team. The music rendered by CLUB GRAND SUCC2&Instead -
corn stalks and ghostly pumpkin
which are, to eat a plenty, but to HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL the University Orchestra started at
r' heads. The festivities started with a
i choose those foods which cannot be grand march in 'which everyone in nine and shortly afterwards, the of the regular: meeting ifof, ,

transported, and also to avoid waste The University students are naturally fantastic costumes took part. The grand march led by Miss Harriet Clark day night, the Agricultural Club.fli'

in any manner. interested in the contests of their and Mr. Sam Ham tok place. Dur- bers had a big chicken pilleau do .
marches centered and as the University -
\ A student may think that it is bed former High School teams, and manyof Orchestra played "AmericaHere's ing the evening refreshments were for pasture south of the experimft-

yond his range to take part in this them are fortunate in ,being able to My Boy" the dance was on. served. Mr. and Mrs. Spain chaper farm. A committee consisting

; but ne needs to be corrected, for this witness their younger brothers' bat- About eleven o'clock the "Rats" oned. Briggs ,Wilson Frank Edwards, ,,aig:'

is one thing that everyone has a partin tles with the Gainesville High School, brought in a barrel of apples and B. F. W'ititner. had charge of the refreshment

and }should be considered seriously.. team. On last Friday the Hillsboro emptied it on the floor. During intermission A..T. O. DANCE end of the party \S'hi$1

One;,article that is invariably used I boys met the Gainesville boys and a dainty luncheon consistingof the eight fat hens were boiling LJ::

i1 c carelessly is and the small big iron pot the members of the ddk
: sugar while this was particular pleasure to mixed sandwiches and coffee was Complimenting the ladies who came "-*
t amunot of one taspoonful unnecessarily our Tampa students it was also a served. up from Tampa for the G. H.: S.-H.H. played games and were entertains t <

used makes an appreciable difference privilege to every student. It was a S. game the A. T. O. fraternity entertained by songs, speeches and recitatibet! *
The costumes were as follws: .
if practiced by a large number hard battle for both teams and the with a house dance Saturday from the "Rat" members. .R t- De
Miss Harriet Clark represented the
of persons.Watch evenness of the two squads was shown ( night. The spacious living Vane made a hit with his rec1t
far eastern" girl, Araby. Misses Parker -
yourselves in Mess Hall and by the) fact that neither was able to room which was cleared for dancingwas which was entitled some thing ba'
and Fleming were French peasant
i let everyone not only practice the score during the entire game. This very cheerful as fires were burnIng this, "How we whipped the Plant
girls, Miss Jessie Chesnut waa -
"clean plate plan" but also the clean game was pronounced by many of in both fireplaces." DUring inter- School Teachers." ._
arrayed as a Dutch Girl. SunbonnetSue
1 t cup! those witnessing it as being one of the rnissin sandwiches and lunch were By the time the entertainment 4.1
was there in the person of Miss
very best ever seen between High served and the evening was enjoyedby over the pilleau and other refre ;
t Eleanor! Crum. Misses McDowel and
HOW TO STUDY School teams. Richardson were quite patrioticallydressed all. The visiting girls present were meat consisting of bread, b tQ.;

On Saturday Nov. 10th the boys Misses Minnie Mae Wtill. Barbara cheese and hot coffee were ready. n '
as "America" and "Liberty.
E from the Jacksonville High School Knight Sara Knight, Lillie Wall Hon- members seated themselves on lo!
.. books,have, been written on,"How toStudy' A band of gypsies from distant Bohemia -
will meet the Gainesville High School aker and Elizabeth Chalres. Those and the ground and had a big ptA
and while they contain a great, were present. The bold leader"
boys, on the latter's. field and it is expected chaperoning the party were Mrs. Wall!! of "eats" served to each of them. -
deal that Rex Farrior
will be valuable in carry- was and the memberswere ,
that another interesting per- and Mrs. Knight. t. After finishing up the pilleai w :
ing out the above there is such a difference Mr. Benz, Mrs. Benz and Mrs.
formance will be made then, and no "old" made arty! i
in the mode of instruction that Finley Cannon. Those that came as .. .' .. I men a ring
doubt a record-breaking crowd? will be big fire and initiated the "Rata" tfc{
a large part might not be applicableto Dominoes were Mrs. Stanton Walker FARR LITERARY SOCIETY '
there as a ,result, of last week's feat. running them" around it with the bet
Norris Levis *
each student at the University of DeForrest Christlance. M M
The University ,has an opportunity The society" held its regular meetinglast of belts. After all of them had fcotf '
Florida. Coming direct from a high Captain George Bailey and Bill Albright -
of showing its advantages at the above around the officers of the Cltttf) lilt
Monday evening and the attendance
school some large and the majority The two Indian maidens were -
small, you new students find many differences times, for there are always a number Miss Hiawatha D Pass and Miss Red was unusually large. Several new their" turn then each man in the drcl
of ,boys who are entertained on members took his turn. It waS all done ini
l In the manner of educatIon. Wing Gray. Nippon sent as his representatives were taken in and all pres-
Also there are slight differences the campus by some. of their freinds Misses Lucile Clark and ent enjoyed the program which was spirit of fun and was enjoyed by 0

t &:among the instructors on the campus, from home. A good impression* at this ,Edna Chesnut, Miss Marjorie Cannon rendered with exceptional ability.Mr. even if It was rather warm in spot
time will have a great deal of In- Madison a'n WHloughby. 8
: Dean
&o you, therefore, have to get used to gave an exact impersonation of an read essay on Oratory Rolfs Prof.

these, conditions before you can feel fluence In determining whether or Italian girl with a grind organ and which, showed careful thought and Turlington and Dr. Sims were preset

( i tha't you are making a fair showing. not these the University when" will finish be chosen their by "the monkey he play by her side. A Preparation.Mr. and seemed to enjoy themselves, ..i.

On account of these facts, many former boys they high delegation" came over from Gingville Bartlett upheld the affirmativeand much or more! than the rest of j.* ,

."stars" In high school are discouraged school work. Therefore a good wordto and consisted of Bennie Hayseed Wilson -I I Mr. Quinon., the negative side of boys. They took: part in the g' ;;
them, and interest enough to attend '
( because they find such success Mooney Tuck the dry goods the question, Resolved: "That it is for: Ask Dr. Sims how he likes to ,4
I the game, will not be amiss from
more difficult at higher institutions.If : salesman Sam Cheatum the "villagecut the best interest of the community in "Bull in the pen." t;
any !tude !t.PROGRAl1. ap
you have failed in a study the first uP;" Fletcher Burnett the village general that the municipal govern The pilleau" was a big success ?

/ month, and there are always many who JOHN MAR- parson, Paul Camp and Farmer Burr ment should, own and control all pub goes to show that the Ag Club is '

do don't be disheartened, but continue SHALL DEBATING Casler. Military officers of several lie utilities lying within its jurisdic of the livest clubs on the .,

working all the harder especially SOCIETY NOV. 3,1917The nations came during the evening tion. The decision of the judges was. you are taking "Ag." and don't bet

i in that study. Have regular among these were Brigadier Admiral in favor of. the affirmative.Mr. to the club, see Briggs Wilson. .

U hours in which to do your :studying John Marshall Debating Socie- Lacy Mahon of the Honduran Army Wolfson then gave a numberof there is talk of another party of ., ;

E and don't let anything interfere with ty held its regular meeting last Sat- and Navy, Pancho Villa Mann from interesting current events. kind in the near future. '

this even if you have to miss a trip to urday morning. The question for debate Mexico, "Kaiser Bill" COPS and last The society passed the amendment 1

town or something similar. If your efforts was. "Resolved. That military but not least Captain Frank DeVan to the Constitution which abolishes SUBJECT FOR SSAtl .

continue, you will soon find that training should be made compulsory Company B. Little Eva. Red Riding the tine for unexcused absence. MEDAL CONTESTThe .

the road will become easier" the further in all colleges- for men in the United Hood was as cute as could be, as was ;

; along you get. States." The affirmative was upheldby Blue Bird Haile. Charlie Chaplain PEABODY CLUBThe subject for the United

The Gators returned from Auburn Mr. L. J. Morgan: and Mr. L. B. Clarkson made the evening merry with ters of the Confederacy

at 12:30 Sunday, after a somewhat Saunder. :The negative was represented his pranks reading
and kept? every one laughing "When You test for 1918 is "The Soldiers of Il

disastrous trip. We regret very much by Mr. E. K. Knight and ,Mr. as did the Court Jester Van Huff. were a Tadpole and I was a Fish," was da in the Army of TransMissC.
the accidents that befell them and C. L. Alford. This u. interesting Two Red Cross delivered .
:nurses ;were presneted in an able I:manner by Mr S. A." This contest is
also the' fact that they; came so soon in and timely: subject and the speakers by Mrs. Burnett, and Mrs. Coles while raddock. If brot forth peals of students of. all colleges in the 1-

the game that we were rather crip- showed, careful preparation. The Miss Rebecca Padgett was. disguised laughter and applause from the housr Essays competing, must be ifl. ,1

pled thruout. 'Twas a bad defeat but judges decided in favor of the affir in the attire of a French maid. Others But the impromptu debate on "Re hands of. Mrs. R. B. McLendon: ; ;

could have been worse if we remember mative. in costumes were Harrold Shad solved That College "
Men Should not Historian, Miami, by April 15.
VanderbbilJ's on the same day \After the decision of ,the judges and Paul WUloughby as minstrel men, Enlist in the- dovernment Service" Rules will be furnished on appl

at the hands of the Tech team. After there was a general discussion, upon Kervin Wilson ,as a Turk, Barker of brot out more zeal and 'pep. M/essrs./ to the State RIstorian.x

F the former team had been victoriousin the subject. .The subject. for;the nett the Wild and Wooly West, Bud Bevel Dickerson and Tolbert twere on the President, Murphree urges tthr,.

every contest since 1895 it. must, bea meeting is. "Resolved: .That the ,present a gentleman rv. .in disguise, Louis Angle Affi.rm&ive while the r Negative: was many students entL
bitter blow to surrender such -by a draft.system is contrary to Americanism as a clown, Sam Hani.a jnemher iJl K of epmposed of Messrs.S I Walters A and, y. contest,OJ" !' and again as wjn the m *".

defeat of 82 to 0. .** the Klu lynx Klan, Anderson and Hayes. the University, of Florida..


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