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 21, 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>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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[Vol. VI' .. University of 'Fk>ri a, 'Gdinesville, Wednesday, November 21, 1917 No. 9

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students who stayed overnight -

ia Jacksonville Saturday, were,
a Game and Uphill Battle, 'he ball. Banks made a pretty run I i delightfully entertained with a dance

the Gators Were Helpless Before around end for Clemson for five I a t the Seminole. To music furnishedby Chaplain Brokenshire from the Battalion and Band Excite Favorable -

the Brawn and Bulk of Their Op yards, and then through center for a saxaphone bass drum, trombone, Charleston Navy Yard, gave an inspiring Comment From Many
the same distance. Witsell made a and ukelele, the "boys and their part- talk in chapel Monday morning Spectators of ParadeTeamNow
ponents. in behalf of the Y. M. C. A.'s I
for thirteen
pretty run through center ners tripped gayly until midnight.
touchdown and "drive" for collecting funds to aid the I Practicing for Thanks-
yards, registering There was some little confusion
soldier boys at the front and in the giving Game.Accompanied .
[SERIES OF BRILLIANT again kicked goal. Score, Clemson 14, about the affair at the beginning of
training camps. He brought out forcibly -
Florida 0. when the crowd
the beganto
FORWARD PASSES WAS that it is not true patriotism to
The South Carolina eleven kickedoff
arrive it was found that the dancing '
merely shout when the national anthem by a large majorityof
which Florida lost
FEATURE FOR FLORIDA after groundon must be done in a small 20x15
a forward pass. Clemson obtained in the hotel dining room. When is sung or the flag is raised, but the student body, the entire football -
-- space you have to make in many cases great squad journeyed to Jacksonvilleand
: the ball on a kick, and Armstrong and the manager saw that the hall was
sacrifices. He was followed by Mr. .
Gainesville Lads Showed Evidence of Banks advanced five yards, respectively filled with people waiting to dance defeatSaturday.Aside
Bartles then went through cen- 'V. F. Canless, special state secret4ry from the defeat at the handsof
however he the ball
opened room
Careful Coaching, But Appeared to up
of the Y. M. C. A. from Jacksonvillewho
ter for ten and the heavier and more experienced
yards, Armstrongwent on the 10th floor, and the dance was -
Lack Training-Bartles, Banks and around left for five. Florida in- in full swing.The explained that $35,000,000 were Clemson warriors the day was a
Armstrong Featured for Clemson soon to be raised in the United States and
tercepted a forward pass and kicked decided success; it was a perfect football -
While Loomis Was Decidedly the for twenty yards. Bartles for Clemson informality of the affair madeit of this amount the Southern Collegeshad day, and the students were all

Hero for the Orange and Blue.By ran around end for ten yards. very enjoyable to the Universityboys been levied $100,000. He showed given a royal welcome by the city
and all hated to hear the clock
Banks then plowed through center what great good this money would do folks.
strike twelve, warning ,that. Sunday and of the. splendid work the Y. M.
for five Bartles and
yards. Armstrong
Upon arriving in Union Station at
at hand.
morning was _
C. A. was doing.Dr. .
( ROY L. BISHOP) advanced five yards each. Bartles then 10:55 the students formed a parade,
went over the line for touchdown Murphree then a short
Brawny and bulky, the football a gave with the uniformed cadets and the
and Witsell once more kicked goal. talk asking the students to contributeuntil band followed the seniors
leading by ,
eleven of Clemson towered above the pass, after which they gained twenty
Score Clemson 21 Florida 0. it really "hurt." After which
law students and others who were
team of the University of Florida yes- yards on a forward pass. Fighting
terday like a herd of elephants would Second Quarter. gamely against overwhelming odds, cards were distributed among the without uniforms, the football squad'
students to sign for the amount they
: loom up, before so many Shetland Florida failed in the kick-off, but the 'Gators at this stage of the game would followed in cars.
give. The returns are not yet
ponies. This weight and brawn told Ball recovered and advanced five opened up with a series of scintilla complete but the one thousand dollar The battalion made a fine appearance -

on the Florida eleven from the very yards. The 'Gators kicked for ten tingg forward passes, most of which mark has already been passed, marching through the town in

beginning of the game, and the 'Ga- yards, and Banks for Clemson came were engineered by Loomis, he re- both the students and faeulty'cone. uniform; along with the ,band they

tors were therefore defeated by the back for five. He then gained ten ad- ceiving splendid assistance from Ball; nbuting liberally.THANKSGIVING. ;'eceived' many favorable remarks
South Carolina aggregation by the ditional yards on three successive Marshall and Thomas. Florida held from the spectators When the

rather unequal score of 55 to 7. plays. Witsell and Armstrong together Clemson for downs and agalnf executed -' column reached the Seminole Hotel

The Gainesville lads, however, were brought the oval forward for fifteen ; a series of forward passe, the PROCLAMATION which- was for the day football head

not lacking in gameness or scientific yards. Florida recovered the ballon last one being particularly brilliant. quarters, a halt, was called until after

play, and played an uphill battle after a fumble, and Loomis made a beau- Loomis shot the ball to Thomas, a the all important dinner.

the disastrous first quarter, coming tiful run for fifteen yards, after which distance of\fifteen yards, and the latter Again the battalion: paraded at 1:30
back in the second quarter, holding Ball pushed the oval forward for five darted over the Clemson line for By the PresidentIt but was this time reinforced by several -

their opponents to seven points. Clem- yards. Clemmons then kicked thirty Florida's first and only touchdown. .has long been the honored customof cars and the students who had

son made twenty points in the third yards for Florida. Clemson lost five i Loomis kicked the goal. Score, Clem- our people to turn in the fruitful gone up the night before. They took,

_ period, but this was due mainly to the yards on an attempted line'plunge. son 55, Florida 7. autumn of the year in praise and the business section by storm and

.. breaks. In the last, Florida not only Bartles then advanced five yards and Florida kicked fifteen yards, 'and thanksgiving to Almighty God for His until a short time before the- game

:fought gamely, but by a series of then five additional yards, following Clemson returned the oval five. Clemson many blessings and mercies to us as a did their best,to instill spirit and en

i clever forward passes put over a which Bartles bored his way through failed on a forward pass. The nation. That custom we can follow thusiasm into the town people. Judg-

touchdown, saving itself from a shut- center for a touchdown. Capt. Witsell South Carolina boys kicked for twen- now even in the midst of the tragedyof ing however, from the crowd at the

out. again kicked goal. Score, Clemson 28, ty yards, and Loomis and Thomas' a world shaken by war and im- game it could easily be seen that onlya

[ The play of Florida showed that the Florida 0.Clemson. executed a forward pass for eighteen measurable disaster, in the, midst of fair amount of success was their

eleven has been carefully coached, kicked thirty yards, and yards. Florida advanced five yards, at sorrow and great peril, because even lot.

but also showed evidence of lack of Gunn returned the ball for ten. Wilk- which time the referee's whistle shril- amidst the darkness that has gathered The cheering at the game was some

training. The work of Loomis stood inson made a spectacular run of twen-I' ly announced the termination of the about us we can see the great of the best put forth by the Gators

out, however, like the eyes of a negro ty-five yards, after which Florida game.It blessings God has bestowed upon us, this year it can truly be said that the

passing through a cemetery on a gained twelve yards on a forward was simply the superiority of blessings that are better than mere rooters did their bit, certainly it was

dark night at the stroke of 12. The pass. avoirdupois against nerve and deter- peace of mind and prosperity of enterprise not lack of support that caused the

Florida quarterback cared nothing for Second Half. mination. Gator downfall but rather, lack of

the superior weight of the Clemson Florida kicked for thirty yards, and The follwing was the line-up: We have been given the opportunity weight.A .
I outfit, and was in the thick of the Clemson returned ten. Banks carried to serve mankind as we once served large number of the students anda

fray at all periods of the play. It was the pigskin forward for five yards, Clemson (55) Position ..Florida (7) ourselves in the great day of our Dec- few of the football men stayed over
Thackston __....._...___....._._ Clemmons
his great work that kept the South and Clemson then kicked for thirty. laration of Independence, by taking up for the dance that night in the Semi-

Carolina boys from rolling up a larger Loomis returned the ball for ten Left end. arms against a tyranny that threat- nole Hotel, given in honor of the Uni-
Potts .___ ....___ .__..._ ._.. Wuthrich
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score, and also enabled the 'Gators yards, and then together with Fer- ened to master and debase men every- versity. This dance was a decided success -
to put over a touchdown in the final nald executed the forward pass for a Left tackle. where and joining with other free from all view points. The Jacksonville
Gilmer ._.___...___ .___..._____ _: Cornel
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I period, which resulted from a series of gain of fifteen yards. Florida kicked peoples in demanding for all the na- girls surely did their part to

I forward passes, every one of which for twenty yards, and Clemson kicked Left guard. tions of the world what we then de- make the stay of the Florida men a
he Gee ___...__............_.._....._.:.-_- Dye
| was the chief engineer. for thirty. manded and obtained for ourselves. pleasant one, and one that will longbe
Loomis returned the ball ten yards, In this day of the revelation of our remembered by all.
I Ideal Football Day. Lights v ___.___........__.._.___ Otto
Florida lost five yards at this stage. duty not only to defend our rights as In addition to the students, town-
I I It was an ideal day for football, and Right guard. but to defend also the rightsof and the
Loomis and Thomas executed the for- a nation people, professors making tripon
1 a goodly crowd was present at Barrs Cannon ___.___.__ ..__ ____ Brennan
I ward pass for a gain of twenty-two free men throughout the world, the train, a large number went
I Field, despite the fact that the ranks Right tackle there has been vouchsafed in full the these
yards. Banks of Clemson then made U$ through country yi cars,
i of the local branch of the Florida Kay ___._._.______ .-..____ Thomas
7 the most spectacular run of the game, and inspiring measure the resolutionand with the old Florida men in Jack-
i alumni has been greatly depleted on carrying the ball across the fieloTfif ty- Right end. spirit of united action. We have sonville made a loyal bunch of rooters.It .
Witsell .. ,.._ Loomis
i account of the
Though larger
war. ----- -
five yards for a touchdown. wits x been brought to one mind and purpose. was very gratifying to the foot
i crowds have witnessed gridiron battles kicked goal. Score Clemson 35, Flor- I Quarterback. A new vigor of common counsel and ball boys to see how many loyal
I on local fields, there was none more Bartles ...__.._...._*......_:;... Wilkinson
action has been revealed in friends had for with the
ida 0. Fernald kicked thirty yards, common they ; presentwar
i enthusiastic than that of yesterday, and Wilkinson for Florida returnedthe Left halfback. us. taxes etc., the A.,C. L. could make
I and the Florida eleven, though vanquished Banks ___--.__.._'.._.._.__....-.Ball
ball Clemson intercepted but little reduction from the
twenty yards. We should especially thank God very reg-
i was the recipient of encouragement a forward pass and then kicked Right halfback. that in such circumstances, in the ular fare, and it was quite a strain
i for their gameness throughout Armstrong: ..u.._....._-*- -....,_. Lightsey
for twenty-five yards. Florida execu- midst of the greatest enterprise the on the pocket book to take the trip.
i the battle from thousand Fullback.
over a ted a forward pass for ten yards. spirits of men have ever entered upon, So a great deal of credit is due those
1 lusty throats. Florida was badly beaten Loomis to Ball. Score by periods- we have, if we but observe a reasonable who had the "spank" to face some

en, but was far from disgraced. It Ckrason _...._ .....
Banks intercepted a forward pass, --21 7 20 7-55 and practicable economy, abundance self-denial for this trip.
i was Simply a case of overweight, and and ran thirty-five yards for a touch- Florida ...._:....._u_ _._ 000 7- 7 with which to supply the needsof The team is back hard at work,
I the 'Gators had to
little opportunity down. Witsell kicked goal. Score practicing day with hopes of
Clemson scoring: Touchdowns Bart- those associated with us as well as every ,
I demonstrate their ability at the scientific ,
Clemson, Florida 0. Clemson kicked our own. A new light shines aboutus. defeating Kentucky State, Thanks
...". i end of the les 4, Banks 2, Witsell 1, Armstrong
.-.. game. forty yards and Loomis returned the 1. Goals from touchdown Witsell 7. The great duties of a new day giving and ending the season as they

I First Quarter. ball 'thirty-five yards. Armstrong intercepted Florida touchdown, Thomas; goal from awaken a new and greater national started it, with a victory.

i Clemson kicked off to Florida'stwentyyard a forward pass and advanced touchdown Loomis. spirit in us. We shall never againbe

I line and Florida returned thirty-five yards, and thenwent divided or wonder what stuff we are vouchsafed all the nations of the
Referee, Street, Auburn: umpire
over for a touchdown. WitseL made of.And earth.
I the ball ten Bartles intercepted
yards. ArnoldAuburn head linesman
failed to kick goal. Score Clemson 48 ; ,
B a forward pass and advanced Florida 0.Florida. Coles, Clemson; head timekeeper, while we render thanks for Wherefore, I, Woodrow Wilson,
3 five yards for Clemson. After a series Henry, Clemson."I these things let us pray Almighty God President of the United States of
'kicked off and Banks advanced
I of plunges, Bartles pushed over : that in all humbleness of spirit we America, do hereby designate Thurs-

1 the Gainesville line for the first fifty yards around end. may look always to Him for guid- day, the 29th day of November next,

I touchdown of the game. Capt. Witsell Last Quarter. just dropped in again today," ance; that we may be Kept constant as a day of thanksgivnig and prayer,

1 kicked goal; score, Clemson 7, Flori- Bartles went over for Clemson'slast said the lady, "to see- those lovely in the spirit and purpose of service; and invite the people throughout tie-

IdaO. touchdown, and Witsell kicked sideboards you had last week." that by His grace our minds may be land to cease upon that day :from their

I I Clemson kicked to Florida's ten- goal.- Score, Clemson 55, Florida 0. "Not me, madam," replied the cal directed and our hands strengthened; ordinary occupations and in their

yard line, and Fernald of the 'Gators Florida kicked off for thirty yards, low furniture salesman. "I ain't never. and that in His good time liberty and several homes and places of worshipto

I returned the oval ten yards. Clemson and Bartles returned the ball for ten. been able to raise even a mustache. security and peace and the comrade- render thanks to God, the great

m blocked kick of Florida and obtained The 'Gators intercepted a forward Exchange. ship of a common justice may be ruler of nations.a .

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I :E THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR way these many iutifvldaaUyyand are overlooked _It:in is.-this-ndt HOTEL.; "S.EJV1INO.t-E'-

because .4hes men.-are uninterested <
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in these important matters that-they:
I 'f O.J B. UAI&EY......Editor In Chief are absent 'at such times; but it7is -.. : JACKSONVILLE :- ; .
'f- 'w P. JERNIGAN...Managing Editor "
merely because thy are unaware that
t DEWEY DYE.....Asst Mug. Editor .", POPULAR itfoUnirersity TEL. .j
; I they are to be jdi#cussed* :?' .. of ;. J, FLORIDA'S
i B. 'P. WHITNER....*i.,Local Editor!: Ai ; ]-t' '
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be'a'godd s
It would plan, And a \Tery'simple J .
: J. ',W. DALTON......Athletic Editor one to have an announcementmade 'r t Florida's JackaonYllle. Headquarter! I .. .

i Business Department at the Law Building at these m

W.L.| JAHON...... ...... '::;-..Manager timcV; ust before Chapel time,and ig' : ..Rates from 150.Up: 'F

F. M/DE'yANE..Assistant Manager this way the committee would be saved J:: B. PouND::)PresidenL. C& s. G. DAY, Manager J. RUSSELL PETERS, Asst. Mgr ac'UI
4 D. V. ROUSE........Circulation Mgr. considerable i 'trouble.

It t Ii -,
i, Entered as second-class matter, :
The old students on the campus will
September 28, 1912, at the postofficeat -
Gainesville, ''Fla., under the Act of be interested to hear the' rumor to rTi B WRITERS LATEST MODEL NUMBERS
the effect that Pat Flaherty will man-
March 3d, 1879. NO. 10 REMINGTONS (
age the Mobile Club in the Southern SPECIAL a"rUDBNT OPPER NO.UNDERWOODS
Place all communications and news Association next season. Pat was Opportunity to Purchase Standard Typewriter at Student Rate NO..2-3 2 L.MONARCHSNO. C. SMITHS r

items in boxes designated for that former coach of our University team HOW. TO ORDER' A MACHINE NO. 10 Special SMITH Student PREMIERS Rate etc f

purpose in Peabody and Language and was .unusually popular with the THIS company makes a specialty of selling typewriters and supplies direct to stu- $3..50 fi'.
Halls. entire student body. His career with and is in a position to furnish Just what he wishes at lowest consistent We also offer the following atspecial

; the; new club will be watched with interest pricess make and model of rat OLIVERS*- 4.
; That the student may be perfectly satisfied with, the ma- NO.3-5
Rate-The Florida Alligator, ?1.00. by many students and alumniof chine he purchases, we will exchange any machine within 6 months of date purchased NO.1-2 ROYALS$2..80

the University. without charge. For example, if he orders a Remington, and later decides as
on a Monarch or Underwood, or any other make, we will gladly make the exchange. Those desiring an inexpensive, vii
In ordering, specify make and model desired. Send deposit of $10, upon receipt yet serviceable and reliable machines Mi
: I. EDITORIALThe I FLAG RUSH. of which we will ship the machine,and after satisfactory inspection, send us balance ing-invisible hould; writers consider- the follow pa
of price. If unsatisfactory, deposit will be refunded, or typewriter exchanged, as N >. 6-7 REMINGTONS
.1 The Sophomore-Freshman Flag requested. ALL MACHINES FULLY GUARANTEED $14.50 a
trip to Jacksonville last Sat- Rush which is an annual event especially We furnish instruction and prsctice in

urday was a success. This was an interesting to the upper class UNIVERSITY TYPEWRITER CO. Any books style with ,machine.special key At

occasion which will mean a great deal men seems to have slow developmentthis Washington, D. C. '2460 Ontario Rood, ISw out board additional or length charge.of carriage with

to the University, it being the first year. It is the duty of the Junior t

.,' time that the students originated the class' to set a date for this bat- thtan

idea of having the battalion go up tle, as well as to make rules and appoint =,-
; Fair spoke in the interest of the same GOING THE ROUTE.
in uniform and after securing the con- marshals for the enforcement of CAMPUS'. NOTES fort
sent and of the faculty cause at Archer. Prof. Earl C. Arnold -
cooperation them., Get busy Juniors and let us 'an.
sought to carry out their plan. To hear from you! 1Col1ege } of the College of Law has also Is
this action by the student body the addressed several meetings in Gaines- The farmer raised his wheat and 1'Jt'

Jacksonville people answered by taking of Law ville and elsewhere, speaking in behalf And held his crops for prices high. *

official steps to make ,the day, COLLEGE* JOURNALISM.. ,:**', -.. The faculty of the.Law School has of the campaign. The studentsof Remarking,."That's the farmer's bk J
.,, I! "University Day," and it was so "de been increased very materially dur- the University ,have arranged to And.he got his. mefOt

.\ clamed by the City Council, following College journalism is one of the unappreciated ing the past'week.. This announce- subscribe heavily to the fund. '

a proclamation by the.Mayor. This arts.. And yet,it is more ment is made authority of Dean The speculator'cornered grain ;;*f>>rlPg

f cordial welcome, extended by: the city. than passing strange that is shouldbe Harry R. Truslerof the Law School, Association of Colleges and Second- And turned it over for'' his gain; *

i I' with the personel interest'of many in- for,'as means of'preparation for whb is Very voluminous in his praiseof ary Schools of the Southern States.In And laughed with glee as prices xilj'

dividuals in the city made every one the future of any student, its equalis the qualifications of the additions. And he got his. 1 5 amUt

feel at home. difficult. discover among the va- These,additions are twins, named Mr. the main, the concordance of :

The "Stick together" feeling prevailed rious ,activities of college life. Niels Raymond Trader and Miss aim and effort in secondary educationis The miller turned it into flour. 1 J gor

throughout the entire day, In no matter what branch of busi- Susanna Jane Trusler. secured by associations of secondary And so it traveled, hour by hour. 'r a

from the minute the train pulled' in ness or professional life the college The students and faculty of the schools and colleges in different Of many a man, the story is, J

i! until the end of the game, and this graduate finds himself, he is obliged College of Law are glad to welcome sections of the ctoifcxtry. For our That he got his. *

( is something that may be boasted of, to have ideas and to express them back to school A. A. Green, who has section, the Association of Collegesand

as heretofore the crowd would scatter on paper at times. Because he is a been absent some weeks on account of Secondary Schools of the Southern The ultimate consumer sought 1
and consequently the Cheer leade college 'man he is supposed to think serious illness. States does this work. Thirteen A shot and paid for what he bought '-{'

could not get the results that we rsintelligently and, by the same token, The John Marshall Debating So- Southern States constitute this As- So much it made his poor brain "wha tFlL]

gotten this time. The general conduct he is expected to possess the ability siety had a most interesting discus- sociation, which meets once a yearto As he got his. -Washington SIn tietea

of the students on the whole trip to express his ideas lucidly and accurately sion at its last meeting. The question consider various pertinent questionsand

,t deserved the commendation which Dr. : -.: embraced- a review 'Of methods-- _of jthe' especially to determine the high t'a. final effort..to. stop..cigaretsprgking t; -J
t Farr gave on, Monday morning in- English courses. in the curriculumof draft: 'systemMrr. 8Be JUr.:' schools arid colleges'Which are -maIntaining on the campus on the part cd 19
Marcus Brown, Mr. R. V. Rouse and standards and
Chapel. every university are designed to proper doing the cadets and town students Lien r.
Since this attempt proved successful furnish the required training along Mr. W. L. Mahon.were the speakerson their work as they should. High
ant Smith has put all senior and jw,|at
E from the standpoint of the students these lines. But it is recognized by this most interesting topic. schools which come up to the stand- nior officers of the battalion on thaf

of the faculty and of the Jack every teacher of English that one of ard are made members of the Asso-
honor to report any violations of tla*r )
; sonville people, there is no reason for the most serious weaknesses of present Agricultural Club Meeting.. ciation and their graduates have rule. 4bt

it not being a permanent trip of each day training in composition is the The the honor and advantage of entering -*
Agricultural Club at its regular Heretofore cigarette smoking hsfj
year. lack of a definite aim for the studentin colleges of the association noJ
meeting held a debate between first been forbidden, but reports were onJ||
his writing and a corresponding without examination. The State High
year students on the question "Re- liable from the officer of the day the>> 1.
Any student who will not make a lack of interest on his part in doing School Inspector, with offices at the
solved that Hereford Cattle
are Better sergeant of the guard and the corpor*
pledge to the Y. M. C. A. War Fund work that has no real purpose. University of Florida, is appointed to
Suited to Florida Conditions than als of the guard, and the commandant
for the selfish reason of not beingwilling To report actual events for publi Short-horn Cattle* Messrs. Upchurchand render all assistance possible to the and assistant commandant. Violationof ;; ..J6P
I to make a small sacrifice, maybe cation in 'a school paper gives the DeVane various secondary schools in Florida.
argued for the affirma- the order were too frequent
6 justly termed "slacker," for thereis student both material and purpose; The Florida committee on accredit-
tive and Messrs.
Williams and Al- system to continue, and so forJ"
I not a one of us who is notable ,to and there is no branch of writing ing is composed of President Edward fir
bright for the
negative. The judges I ,senior and junior officers will
make some contribution by cutting that demands more excellent practice decided in favor of the negative. H. Conradi of the Woman's College at cigarette smokers. lie
down our own expenses. To have a in the coordination of ideas and H. Tallahassee, Principal E. L. Robinson -
part in this great work should be con rapidity and clearness of observation. Speer of Horses gave a in paper Florida on""Improvement of Tampa, and State High School These officers have always been oft'*..
and A. E.
sidered an opportunity and should not The desire to write well is incipientin Schneider Inspector W. S. Cawthon, all able their honor to report violations of the|
spoke on the "Value of
be looked upon as a burden, for we every college student. Nothing is Agricultural Education." The club schoolmen of highest integrity. honor system, hazing and gambling S

who have been fortunate enough to be more amusing than to see a writerwrap transacted several business matters in Each of the thirteen states has a and this is just an addition to th tIv

able to continue our collegiate workought himself in a maze of. words connection with the exhibit of the similar commission. All these met duties. Smoking of pipes and cigut\\la] 3Ifs
I not to be unmindful from which it is difficult is permissible. -Louisiana State UBF
of the supreme more to extract club at the County Fair. in Atlanta, November 13-16 to con-
sacrifice which is being made ,the meaning than it is to sider applications and to make out the versity. 1

by so many who are not very far removed "squeeze blood from a turnip." Noth list of accredited schools for this 4 <
Peabody Club.
from us. Our sacrifice could ing excites more admiration than a year. In addition to many Florida Dinah had been troubled with ,

not compare to theirs but it would business or social letter that is couched On Monday evening, November 12, high schools asking to be continued on toothache for some time before she goi

show appreciation on our part and I in clear, flowing English. a very interesting paper on -"Educat the list, new schools in the following up enough courage to go to the den Iu
would be the means of providing them many of us content ourselves with a tional Progress of Florida" was read cities have made application New tist. The moment he touched b*Itt
with many comforts and conveniences, hit and miss" ,method of writing on by Mr. D. E. Williams. He traced, at Smyrna, Lake City, Sarasota, Winter tooth she screamed. ;1

thru the Y. }I. C. A., which is the the grounds that we are not possessed some length, the various stages of Haven, Ft. Meade, Orlando, and prob "What are you making such a noiwj
t logical organization to undertake this. of that spark of genius that enablesus progress shown by the present trendof ably others. for?" he demanded. "Don't you I kno !f 8

Steps have already been taken hereon to put our thoughts on paper. education. He also made his au- I'm a 'painless dentist?' "

the campus toward raising as largean Ability to write comes only with prac dience realize, more than ever, the "Well, sah," retorted Dinah, "met 1i
amount rapid strides'this State has made during + + + + + + :::::iD:
as possible and it is to tice.It + + + + + yo' is painless but Ah isn't.-Lad eS;!
E be hoped that when the official reportis is the aim of a college paper to the last decade. + Home Journal."Now Iil

made it will be one that will show entertain, to furnish news, and last, Following the reading of Mr. Wil- + The Alligator will be very +

that the University of Florida stu but by no means least, to serve as liams' paper, Mr. S. W. Cason de- + glad to receive letters from.* children said the teacbt
dents did make a sacrifice, in order to means for the development of liter- livered a lecture on "School Discip- + any former U. of F. student who + "can
one tell of great
help this benevolent cause. ary ability among its contributors. line." During his discourse, he touched + is now in any branch of Uncle + any than me" a
power ?
a king
Many who desire to write news articles on the individuality of the child and .+ Sam's service. Such letters will + "Yes, ma'am!" cried little Arth
t There are many occasions when hesitate because they do not rec its necessity in discipline. He also referred + be of interest to every man at + eagerly. '

very important matters are broughtup ognize news when they see it. "News," to a number of quotations from + the University and will help them + "Very well Arthur

for discussion in Chapel, and at one writer on the'subject of journalism prominent educational leaders. + keep in touch with old friends. the class." you may

such times it is important that all has said, "is anything timely "The Progress of Japan" was dis + If any "Gator" now in the ser- "An ace-Grit.!

students should be out; not merelythe that interests a number of people; cussed at some length by Mr. H. L. + vice will take time to write to + .

battalion the members being required and the best news is that which hasthe Tolbert. He traced out the commer + us, he can be sure that it will be +
to be present, but also Seniors greatest interest for the greatestnumber cial history of Japan since 1854 and ,+ appreciated. 4. "Can I see Mr. Jones,

and Law students whose presence is of people." By the applies also showed the relative influence of "He's gone, sir." Pleaet"d
'not tion of the tests the location .+ + f "Has he been called
ordinarily required.A implied in these and climate of the nation f'aE'JEE3lE4 + + + f .
good instance which: may words those who are ambitious of as ,well as of the religion and "I ain't sure whether
bewriting can easily determine for them education of the ed up or down-he died
sighted is the past Monday g people. ANOTHER' VICTORY FOR ,
when the speakers were out for the selves what is news and what is not. DEMOCRACYIf ago.Ex."Why .

/ purpose of raising the Y. M. C. A -Mississippian. Y. M. C. A. ) n
War Fund. At this time there -... your sweetheart she is German, don't you tell the proprieif
Last week, Dean H. W. Cox of
you want to pull
a the "
steak is
like leather?
few Seniors and Law
very Students "Who painted Brown's house?" Teachers vt
College spoke at Hawthornein Do not call her "dear"
or "darling"Whisper "He ,
present and consequently the "I might want to charge us sboj
think he said it
was by the interest of the Y. M. C. A. saftly, "Hello Hun!"
mittee in charge must see most oi Fitz & prices then.HLoui.iUe Co
Starts, Boston
Transcript.<< campaign for funds. Dr. Jas. M. The New Yorker. Journal. ,

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P. Anderson, father Park An-
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Sims-What is the 'dominant
of the,world? ,. ._ .. ._, Your: Patronage Invited
I Ty-The elephant.:, .

jices Murphree returned Sun-
JNerly) from Washington, where he has

aer attending the annual convention United Shoe StoreTwo
National Association of State
While in Washington
I Murphree also attended the meet-
I of the American Association of Well Known Brands
its Colleges and Experiment
rille .' Crossett Educator
Mrs. .
H. Rolfs, dean of the College of
University Avenue next to Busy Bazaar
and director of the Ex "
8 Station; A* P. Spencer, as-
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director of extension; and C.
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farmers' institutes, represented When you want, Hardware BAIRD Has it

I the at the convention of the Reach's Football Goods, Wright & Ditson Tennis Rackets and Athletic Goods, East-
Association of
and and Experiment Agricultur-Stations man Kodaks and Supplies, Reach's Baseball Goods, Louisville Slugger Bats all latest
for last week. models, Remington, U. M. C. and Winchester Ammunition, Remington and Automatic
itnce Pump Guns. Remember we carry as complete a stock_as money can buy.

I 'L. W. Buchholz the WHOLESALE AND RETAIL--
Iii College went' to Jackson-
I Friday afternoon on business con BAIRD HARDWARE CO.
t Ben with his recent appointment
for PHONE 7
tor of the educational depart-
; of the State Fair, which will .
Rgt. in Jacksonville in February..

R. DeSilva, who went home
sev .
weeks ago to recuperate from a Gainesville Furniture Co
as! of malaria, returned Thursday ;,
Hm having fully recovered. He .
resume his studies and his work
Full Line Victrolas and RecordsCOME
to Dean Benton of the .
College next week.

Willoughsby accompani-
Ra. W. E. Stone, J. R. Gunn, F. R. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
P. D. Camp and F, G,,Mer- .
I all students of the Agricultural
inesville."S. .. .. ..
3 'Of' '
went ,to Live Oak, Thursday, "
the live stock exhibition at .
:'; Suwannee County Fair, There is only one kind of Glasses for YOUR'vision and

that is the ,
I Y. M. C. A. NOTES.
3i Ihe
i! M. C. A. huts would be of great $ grind all lenses used in our prescription work. No delay.
jsep in the Russian armies to-
The German element has gain-
jt j of the government without I L: ij C. H. COLES & SON

E A This was made easy be- JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
.Kid of the fact that the men do not .
the difference between liberty -
license. They have become dissat-
t: with the 'conditions along the .
and are willing to accept any-
on trial just ,for the change. RELIABLE I ,
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3.1r 3 s.;;.f'-Hay 4ay.| eastern had to 500 2,000 something front to huts 1,000 the to scattered secretaries soldiers do, some would along place and -: :.'.-(....:',<."'>.(Ft(/"'.;; SEED I :::: I :::: E::::::::: .,r_.'_ .. f', .:, ,:' ,

go for wholesome recreation and .
have not have been such easy ;
! [ They would not have been SEMINOLE: SEED co.
away like sheep had they been
to fight for free Russia. They Gainesville, Florida
1e. put up one of the best fights in .
.R they were most cruelly be-
by their rulers, they have freed r
*> of such rulers and because When I dine I always dine at MOLNAR S, for Molnar knows
they are today, being led
i ia
, "
il ii treason and final defeat. Secre- Just how things should be cooked.
i and huts along the Russian
). lines will be a remedy for If you've been prejudiced against restaurants because the food didn't taste just right,
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1. other things the secretaries
I* for schools in these huts.
r educated men are picked out and
, as teachers and the soldiers are
5i benefited. No armies in the IT'S "DISTINCTIVELY DIFFERENT"
+I. could be more greatly benefit-
II;: by education than could those of
:i H today. "The beat that walks
a man" is in sore need of the
:! of civilization. The seed
!Inch| this campaign of education can be
now in the armies of the new Co.
i Alachua Abstract
; | if the people of this country County
contribute liberally to the fund
t. 1 rii1 this time. By helping the Rus-

.s J we will be p helping ourselves. B. R. COLSON, President

Employer-Thomas, I wish
t wouldn't whistle at your work.
i Boy-I ain't working, sir. I'm
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