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
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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: December 5, 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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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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y< VI {/Diversity of Florida Gainesville, Wednesday, ifecemtjer 5, igl7 No. 11
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P. Terre )itt* first Lieuten- He anybody is jm knows1 the hails ne 6f 1 feis 6itns6n-t& 'efrtfag'eV: :Motif :ifS, T nitest Turkey* Wildcats Onlckss (;ftora f inEaffr

gfit 6f tfrtii Ff&R Ohifl Writes I don't kndtf'wlfethif ef riot Ihil i5ititEf ; 1di! ttt .Salts, War Tax, and The faculty tt the Law School held Pdii Of Gfofi** Mt Orftg -

Interesfidf; Letter to Univ= tidg ffitk k&irSl 6f iBe B6y'! I SE H!tAll dtf TIt*lr Pill td a very important lat i week. < arid Bide Caifle Di&

{f. I have been iherl (a tell yti ill Abdul l\Wt fiip L tEhUiil: Because of the*increased number in Strong Last Quarter.On .
___ ,it. the faculty; and the enlarged course
: Elbidsitg pie i decided tHiS &6ftringjuil I' --- )f study made necessary by the action

Guth iiti'6n, X Nov. 23, 191?: 18 a3li y6ti t$ Ebfli1W! us ii unguiM" = I Sunday"afternoon tiie4 luted of the Board of Control in sink a and field
& ftliidlnt afil Secretary tfil<< e & _, i ing the requirement of law schoolEqual wet soggy slippery
o of 4i sKn 4s pea is aredfdf Gator* retard ffdm ifie i fait, and the
Faculty &t tit ttntftfiir+ ? ft Florida; we ale coming bitk.. ii feay 1 U ilJ6n whit, hit "f Url oy .Iii ih. fStflt in. i & those of the tandafd American the Gators ivtif rtetwHelMtd by the,

Gainesville Fife i fame f ling Sirf6 the coW jay'Sbl trip-6f ife* l&irestalSn.. l law Icnools, tMacuity hat rearranged : KentuckyState" WildcltJ, U they art

Deaf Sid: Thil has been on my weather has set in it is doubtful* that seta M lie fellows lid navel the subjects in permanent endearingly called by their fotloWefi. -
bid tof I lefuff tHi 8 (WHting# a letter any of us will fee slnt abroad until left Florida semi-tropical sunshinemild forth for the forthcoming catalog 1 : .,

m U: 6fragtagS F 11) i&& K I ife taking .pfi >f. tefc *E 2r> ifcd if Tfis witH For those wnd i intend to practice inti& Front the.item 6J th*' gem ft -*i,

6f 2 rlin? &?. It hi* Pefhip-i y'M M& SirVf l fe ifd tit fiy growing .ifi neat ,tit iBIf wa&ned Stated especial eatp&ftsis Ii iia.6i evideni ,tnit ihli t im* hit M id
'n pouring down for several days good lock,is getting a commission. I the ever changing'landscape as t1i, Florida ii i*die end -iri edm, tat of Fttrldft'i
61 fnf &i
.o I *6 Bare had: no maneuvers: Per want to thank you for the letters of train flowed threugHtha .CBttfcerMountains ci principally>> fax tnrg'a if pYofesiof&a6dllj Itilttifil
,ps you & riot klist what we etfdbrieiritlttt which helped toe very 6f: .Tenneisee. flowed ii *B6 feai hid large1 i practical l w'/6r t&J fur. fti dating
re doing' #8 fit/HyWf the "war m'aterlaiijf in lanicg l i& J6& wUfi the wofa1, for i tola!"tot treuly;weu experience, i5an Tfoslef nii receiv ofi'{hi Giten In B6re Wlyl thin bbl,

ame" a few nines from 6ur perman- you :6ffld tell ife ABdirlofi that in tunnel* Wire pasled zf ug'iU & ed'many inquiries' froni respectiveitudenti 'it th* J th&f 6f thee 'mere weignt*

nt camp. ThlC il w'e' ire simulating my application i tft i 6mission I was W )i.) ef Neribrn taies, vrniefindjcatei rid a ItfrpnJing ability to pfet Aefettf&i
I filti11 Ii $diiibl the w'ftt: We hill required to put dawn the subjects I The trip carne off without itfnii- [ hi length of tie Florid Hd *n4 ifttfafaThe
8 iti&H .e fed "fte! ? jf v4S ({f We bad studied: Of course I put dtfwn, hap, but from his ,words, and hid ictififij. Law School eiiewheft Recognizing :
.iver do). We nfr dug in on the atoirg oiHefi.. LatinFrench. / and ; Wnthiten# iris *ejt in' a E8n- thai many >students' from what are Gat6r nerd all u'PfMld ti"iiid
AE3 91 aft bid min id pfoitft 6in-- Greek I was hx6ky" ;enough to be&re.t Stin iW' f 6*,feSf tli8 tHih WfiuJdffiisi known as tode states come io the University lFilI!? intend: IS put li t rotf bit

e1vli from tfi f tfeia Snd Wet! lincfe tli! bUt!'; eye in all. i was particularly 6ne 6f lit&I tnere'1 hole* as nSeipreis'Id' of"Florida to stwly law, the the Cats 'by the aerial method, but il

- f ttp* (anti wek MV tie *6* ttettW lucky! in the Ancient Languages., One il faculty has arranged two courses forth was this that proved: their down fall/
Impervious to either. The ingefttrfty of the examiners4 was a graduate of a it was 'almoSt immediately i i i after" s who do not intend. ,to practicein fdr triahy of th* intended fit
isplayed in th3 fbfiStruction of the Jesuit college where they stress the l leaving KnoXVillE; 'l nn., fii tfie tiSJfi Florida! ( namely Code Pleading and pssse
IarJ6iii Koiriel Is flally1reinafkable.. l&ssic5.! He set out to show me; sped Oil at a rapid* gait, that tfie party General Civil Practice: These will be the :b1ii@ and tirahke waffidi wCftsnittehed
Ihl Sanies' 6f the differfeni 'Mllai" either hew much he knew err how littleI began to enjoy the beauties of nature substituted for the Florida practice ffttrf halting hinds, and cafa -
Ire tfiite amusifif iV6 have Pptnteionia knew. My memory was the better that were spread out before tfiem. courses by those who come from t1 for long gain by the opposing
Terrace," "Drop Inn," "Mold: though. I was certainly thankful for it is this l Action of Tennessee that is states with a different practice.To i teant: Ifl fact several of their touchdowns -
were1niadg of
oli account
Inn," "Dead :Man's Gulch Hotel," and my course in Latin and Greek literature famous throughout America for its keep abreast the demands of the ititbideilted -
[fethers. tide of my boys gave m& a and histbry. I also had mentioned :fire beauty of landscape. Viewed present national situation, an elect passes:
'age 6f doggerel this morning fiat Spanish which I had studied in from the passing tfairis it makes a tive; course in Military Law will be THe1 Ki htdckians admitted, that i
'ives a pretty good picture of things' Summer School because I felt sure jet{' picture, a shifting scene of offered by Professor Summers Be though1 the invaders were outweighed,
's they are here, of as they seem to' that no one here knew enough to ex- kaleidoscopic enchantment{, pastoral i cattse of'the public land and National and outclassed from start to finish
s. I'll inclose it. amine me. My examiner said "Habla sfcenes mingled with quaint views of Forests owned by the Federal Govern- y"we'ffc a plucky bunch of fighters,

The Florida boys seem to stand the Vd Espanol?" I said "Si. Whereupon Village life, where corn fieldS far up fneht in Florida, and the problems and" i it was only after much Hardsleddin"

1d.and--exposure as-Tvell as 1he ones -he said ihat-I.was.the only one tin the mountain"side;*repotted be arising from the ownership in this that they were able' to put
m colder climates. They have made he had found that knew any Spanishand planted with a shot gun, are doing and other states, Professor Arnold the leather oval for points.) i
uite a reputation for themselves ando he asked no,more: their best to help win the war. will give an elective course of lecturesin For several! days and until a short

a great deal to liven up the camp. i have charge of a section from During the entire trip the dining Public Land Law Professor Ar- time before the fracas, it had been

(though I am not now with them, we Western Reserve University at Cleveland car was the main attraction, but between nold formerly handled considerable raining and the field was in a soggy
appen to be in the same camp. I amn Ohio I am very much pleasedwith feeds; much time was spent in legal work arising out of the public condition. The Caters, although their
one side of the camp and they aren them. Of course I would like to watching for the next tunnel, and in lands when he was connected with the name implies that they should play
the other but 1 often go over to have stayed with the Florida boys but wishing for a rod and reel to follow Federal Government as an Attorney.the best on this sort of a field, were unableto
fee them and talk with them. Of next to them, I prefer the Cleveland the purling mountain streams.to their get around as handily as the Cats

; ourse our conversation always runs boys above all. I have two or three source; or dreaming about the good fellows that were affected by this who were supplied with mud cleats.It .
ack to the University and we all sigh O. S. U. men also. One of them is times that could be had on a camping tax. was the last game of College foot-
be there. Of course we are in love Hurm who was Chick Harley's run- trip to these same streams in the ball for Captain Wilkinson and he
Loomis Wilkerson and Swink did
rith the service but we would cer- ning mate last season when Ohio State balmy summer months, when the forests celebrated by playing a great game
not come back with the other fellows
ihly be glad if the service should won the championship of the west. He would abide in small game a but was unable to quit with a victoryas
but staid for few
ke us nearer to Gainesville and is on the Usacs. About half of my plenty; or to the more studious and over" a days visiting a sliver lining in his cloud of remembrance -
"home folks. It rumored that
God's Country." men are college graduates and some poetical natures a wish to linger longer was of the 1917 season.
each ahead for turk-
The boys have adapted themselves post graduates. They average about where "twilight zephyrs bore on and Details
cranberry sauce. of Game.
ery readily to their surroundings andre my age. Reserve had no military so their gentle wings the fragrance of' ey
about the most popular group in their men are privates. I am tryingto poppies and hollyhocks, which open After Florida lost the ball on the /
mp among the "Yankee" lads. Al- boost some of them up though.It their bannered bosoms to the sun, and THANKSGtVINGCELEBRATION kickoff a series of open plays took
s 3 ough they have won many friends, would indeed be a good thing if the refreshing dew of eventide, in the the ball to the ten yard line where a
1 feel that there is no one like our someone would send the Florida sec- old fashioned gardens which flourishin forward pass gained eight more yards,
wn folks. How we would like to seedome tion the "Alligator." We very seldom the land where the spirit of poesyis then a fake end run by Walker carried
of the old friends! We are not get any news except by letter and it reputed to have taken up a per- Thanksgiving, the University Din- the ball over.
ing Hall served to the students an
omesick though. There is too much is not complete. The University is manent abode. The next touchdown was made by
! do to feel that way. the one thing that they all have in All hands arrived safely, and it was old-fashioned turkey dinner with all Shanklin on an intercepted forward

i Jack Goldsby and I, with all the common. not until the following day, when time the usual trimmings. pass and a run of forty yards. Again:

"';;';jther boys have been very much inter- My brother officers, that is those in for the signal practice came that it Although Hoover days here have in the second quarter an end run
sted in the football games. Although my battalion, are from different sections was discovered that the suits had not been scrupulously observed, the fare scored a touchdown. Jn the same
ere grieve at Florida's defeats, we are of the country. One from California arrived. It was about this time that at The Commons has been very good quarter a forward pass made the
: ;lad that Florida has the courage to a Northwestern graduate; one Bill Stone, eminent and efficient man- all the term in spite of prevailinghigh fourth score for Kentucky.A .
and for the from North Dakota Illinois ager of the Gators was carrying on prices. The Thanksgiving feast
to grad-
. 0 on play sport an buck, an end run, and another
hether we can win or not. Many uate; one from Illinois, an Illinois Col- like an old hen with chickens. After played a great part in bringing hometo buck proved Florida's downfall in the '
chools quit the game because they lege graduate; one from New York, a some .scouting around, a field with a the young men the fact that the third quarter, when Kentucky rolled
I ared defeat at the hands of old Michigan graduate; one from New high fence, minus knot holes and cal- blessings of the day were many. up 20 points the most for any single
Ivals. In this part of the country York City, a Columbia man; and my- culated to keep out the prying eye of period in the game. t
the public was pressed into use, as a
have "informal" teams which is
pey In the fourth and last the
self.Lieut. STUDENTS AT MARION quarter
[ loop-hole for an alibi in case of Charles L. Jennings, a bro- last training camp for secret practice, Gators defensive
played a great ,
I feat. Down south I see that they ther of Marion Jennings, is certainly a it was a fine thing it was secret, for COUNTY FAIR and allowed only one touchdown game to be
Ire playing and are calling them fine man and gives the boys the best with the costumes or rather lack of scored this end
that ; was on a pass and an
1 arsity" teams even if not up to of care and treatment. I don't know costumes the fellows wore and Ten students of the Department of run.
andard. anything about Marion the lawyerbut didn't wear, it is very probable that Animal Husbandry accompanied Professor -
1 We have a very strong team here inpr I think that his brother is a the public eye would'have been very Willoughby to the Marion Thruout the game the Gators put j
much shocked.It up a stiff fight, and at three different F
corps. We \have licked Eddie Ma- prince among men. He is not only County Fair in Ocala on Wednesday to '
l I fen's Marines twice. We have been well-liked by his own men, but is intensely was after the game and the big take charge of the judging work in times were within striking distance,
I lying to get a game with Pittsburg popular among the others. He turkey supper that the real trouble the exhibit of cattle and swine but lost on fumbles. Thomas, Wilkinson -
1 lit they prefer to keep their 'Scutch- is'camp surgeon and so comes in con- began, for it was then that the fel- and Fernald played the stellar
jpn untarnished. I am glad that a tact with all the rest. Behind his lows, breaking loose from the bonds of game for Florida and at odd times
uthern boy is captain of the Usac back they all call him "Pop." Most of training that had so long held them, Lieutenant-Colonel John B. Chris- were in the thick of the fray.

3- |am. He is an All-Southern man, the medical men are jealous of the found the dire results the government tian of the Signal Corps visited the The officials at this game were the
tike Johnson from W. and L. He isfeud non-medical collegians who have been had produced with the war tax. University of Florida, Friday, the equarest and best that the Gators
to be the best in the country thisar. commissioned, but not Jennings. He is Everything was up. Devotees of 23d, with a view to investigating the have come up with this year. Altho
You see having all college men, proud of me as a hen,is of a lone "Milady Nicotine" found that for the possibilities of the Institution for there were many penalties on each
E course there was a sprinkling oflars chicken. solace they gather from the pipe or training recruits of the Signal Corps. side they were not doubted or resented
from all the schools. Jack was Rosenthal, Powell, Haywood, and the inspiration to be collected from a He decided to recommend that a' by either team for the dflo **nor -
i the hospital so was unable to trykt two others have the opportunity of go- fresh and juicy chew, they must with school for this purpose be established of the officials plainly showed. tnr
for the team. I thoroughly befcve ing to the Third Officers' Training their pennies help Uncle Sam win the here, and the authorities of the the rules of the game were te b' *r

that had he been in condition, he Camp and becoming Second Lieuten- war. University are awaiting definit+ta- ried out to the letter at.anyjccst !
I fould have made the team in a walk. ants. Five of each section maybe It is gratifying to note, however, tion at the Signal Corps Headquarters. Owing to the cold, wet ant! tt, ir:':

|e is heavy enough, experienced, and (Continued on page 2) that it was only a small per cent of (Continued on page


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This is the subject of aft article HOTEL

t ., which has been sent out by.the Jack: .

6 I G. R. BAILEY.....Editor In Chief sonville Chamber of Commerce, which .... : '. JACKSONVILLE

: W. P. JERNIGAN..Managing Editor urges the formal organization of a or
DEWEY DYE....Asst. Mng. Editor "Greater Florida Association" which FLORIDA'S MOST POPULAR HOTEL

$ B. F. WHITNER..Local EditorJ. purpose .the
would have for its common
W. DALTON..Athletic Editor good of the State. Its idea is University. of Florida's Jacksonville Headquarters
.: : Business DepartmentW. cooperation from all parts of the State
Rates from $1.50 up
L. MAHONManager and the laying away of that feelingof ;

F. M. DE VANE..Assistant) ManagerD. rivalry which prevails generallythrougIio'ut J. B. POUND, President .. CHAS. G. DAY, Manager J. RUSSELL PETERS, Asst. Mj

V. ROUSESytt'.Circulation: .Mgr almost every place in the : .

State, and to quite a detrimental extent -

< Entered, as second-class matter, in a few places. Much credit is #

September 28, 1912," at the.postoffice due the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce YISIBLEWRITING

at Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of for;originating this:plan and it TYPE WRITERS LATEST MODEL NUMBERS '
March 3d, 1879:-- should receive hearty support by other SPECIAL STUDENr: O.PPER. : NO.4.5UNDERWOODSOIfpOrtamty
similar organizatiooin the State, Student Rate NO;23'MONARCHS .
f r Place.all'communications :and 'newsitems' to Purchase Standard Typewriter at NO. 2 L.C. SMITHS
f ; in boxes, designated for. that as well" as'from men. in any walk of .. .,_ 'HO\M. TO ORDER f\ MACH.N E= .\O. 10 Special SMITH. Student PREMIERS Rate "
life. It is tb'3re hoped that the proposed .
and direct to stu- '
purpose .in Peabody aijd, ,Language -companyntakesaspecialty of selling typewriters supplies .
"Greater Florida '.Association"will THIS furnish what he wishes .at.lowest. consistent II'f.
to, just
Halls. and is. .iu a .position : We also I
: ... .( : soon be a reality.-. prices; =: special rate-- .".
c .. '. '.' That the student may be perfectly satisfied with the make and model of'ma >NO.3-5 OLIVERS
Rate-The Flprjdajyjigator, $1.00.r 1 within 6 months'' of date NO.1-2 ROYALS
chine will exchange any' machine purchased
; he purchases, we $2 .!
football of"lOl1 the 50.r
The season .at without charge. For! ,example, if he orders.a; Remington, and later decides- .
University of Florida. "t came. 'to a':close *:5n Monarch or Underwood, or any other make.we will gladly make the.exchange. Those.desiri.n2' an iaexica,
with make and.model desired. Send deposit of $10, upon receipt yet serviceable sail reliable '}
the In
: game. on ordering specify chine houlci coatidff the.t !! .
f. : : EDITORIAL" :::1 'X tri ky Slate; TTnlverSity at .of which we.will ship the machipe,and'after satisfactory inspection,send-us balance" lag invisible writers-- 9NO. -
i of price.. If unsatisfactory.dposit will be refunded, or typewriter exchanged, as 6-7 REMINGTONS ..:
Lexiiigton;/'Ky.: 1'he'initial game of requested. *. NO..2-4 SMITH. PREMIERS "
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The University' of'Florida feels;that his'season was':a victory (Florida 21, H : 'ALL' MACHINES FULLY GUARANTEED 1- .'. .' r J..50.
We furnish instruction tad
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it is performing a duty'In South Carolina :13): and it'closed with .UNri.ifutsiT tice books with: each machines trig .
patriotic : TYPEWRITER CO.. ., .
the'defeat at the hands 6f :the 'Ken- < of type,
: activitfes" '
carrying "
"on all fo asTgreataa .. adduo of lpedilit.|
uckians Florida 0 Ilslasihingtorif-D.c.- Ontario Road, ISvuV ,
( ; Kentucky 52). o+t charge.
: extents possible, as haS Wenre. .. ... .. .
I However cann&t feel iha t failure''to _. '._.' .. '- ', .
quested by,Pres Wilson: However, it we xrar f.
win has made tour efforfcs disadvantageous. _" "'H ._ .,''t _.4 .:-:
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I shoujd gel that.was doing. a, mojg! .
express .service were it able to -furnish' .- Iri'the first'placee'; there' iendance)' are'enlisted, : t9 "find( 'tireper -_ PRQSPE CS'GOOD' FOR.GET; Y-.: .. PERSONALS '
are vindicabTe reasonV for' eatt fi de- [ .Yn
instruction for'thebenefit' '
stiiiie''special thai' enrollment
cent of year's TIN q SIGNAL .CORPS ,..,. .. ., ..'
feat the predominating one B 'trtg.th '
i of'those goIng immediately 'then the per> c nt. for
and to.average .
STATION.,' ,. .. .
greater' number of "students at,thdsensfitutions ; "- v >- t....
inta.semceTh s seems possible:nowj the number of taken in consideration.
.years ... .' 1 D. .P. ,Smith .Jr. Thani
Vhfle'with us we hate I *.;''t" *' *' # _, : :i. spent
f as therq.ar.e. : .
lost heavfly of out'ndmb whldh . ,' ing with his-parents in New Sm- ;r:
: There are two propositions receiving
i for,tbe- instituting: ;.:qt. a course,. instructing Dr. Crow wished to know thie naingr I
even at Its highest; was much' smaller : attention by the authorities of i Y
operators ,preference
r' ; of one man' the Florida sectipn.) ;
I ? being given to drafted men should thAn our opponents. This loss of the University. The-1icit'and probably' Gunby Gibbons, Mitchell Stand

E there 'be a large number of applicantsfor men,included; with one exception, the will try I to find out the man. ., referred forgot the"'most important is that of the' location Chester Caldwell were among
.the course, and it being open-to entire Gator squad of styear. Therefore ;. However am surprisedthat.he hasn't written Ford each- of a depot company of Tampa boys spending the we

I any men in this vicinity, who wish to you can certainly justify there, name as times as I have in the Signal Corps of the Southeastern there.. TJ
avail themselves of this opportunity sults, and they are not far different many Department' for instruction at the ..
r. It is also very probable that a com- from what would naturally be expected making out pay and muster rolls and University of Florida in a special "Rowdy Bill" Wilkinson stop
I things! too numerous to men- his return from
I pany of the Signal Corps, consisting for it would be an unheard of course in Electrical Engineering. Colonel on Lexingto
: of from 70 to 170 men, will be station case for an institution as young as Cristiknce who made a special visited friends at Auburn for i
I the University of Florida and'with an Everything seems so matter of fact offered days. 1
E ed on the campus for special instruction trip; to investigate the advantages
,{ in electrical engineering. Therefore enrollment no larger than,ours to be to us that we don't know what mightbe by this institution has made no

it we hope it will not be long before victorious in contests where :nurn-' interesing so I hardly know what definite announcement, but it is be- Misses Hawkins, Ellis and 1I
bers mean so much in the amount of else to say so will stop. If, there is who have responsible positions in
we will have some of these men lieved that there is a fair chance oft
,i inactive training among us, contact material available, over the teams anything which you would like to being located here. Should the versity work, spent Thanksgiving I
t representing some of the oldest know, please write to me. I have more friends in Alachua.
; with whom
; will inspire us and broaden very men be placed here, there would be
; and largest colleges in the South. We time and better facilities than the
our knowledge in this branch of two distinct contracts, one being in t
!; the 'service at least. feel, then, that even tho we have had other boys to write. Of course I am regard to their instruction and another Louis Angle spent Thanks

i i! some hard defeats, the football sea- still one of them and just as much a to deal with housing them. In with relatives at his home in.
I "!r son of 1917 has been successful and part of them in spirit as ever. City. '
: The campus looked deserted somewhat the first case, Dr. Benton will be in
a during the past week-end, there we have achieved something in that Kindly give my regards to Mrs. full: charge and has already had con- 3

Ir ;tht being such a large number of students we have faced the larger colleges and Crow, Dr. Anderson, and Dr. Cox and siderable correspondence concerning Paul Camp took a trip in his rf

r who were fortunate enough to spend shown them that our aim is higher in fact I wouldn't leave out any of additional instructors, it being necessary Thanksgiving, visiting White Sjf Y

I ..1 the Thanksgiving season with the than; to be content with defeating our the faculty. Prof. Buchholz and Mr. I to have three more in this branchof and other cities of interest. '

3 homefolks. However, with the exception equals. Graham are two important person- work if they get their training

: of drill, all activities were resumed Too high a tribute could not be !ages that no student ever forgets. here. As to the housing they will Frank DeVane was in Plant

.1 at the University on Friday and paid Coach Buser, for he is a man who Sincerely, prbbably be given: certain sections of Thanksgiving.Season .

Saturday, and those who were absent deserves all the credit he is given ROYALL TERRY. I the dormitories, but will have two

: at these times were able to meet the for taking hold of material fresh from weeks notice before the quarters for snipe hunting f

M requirements, which refused permission the: High Schools and working them would have to be ready. It is not open. Rats Williams and Gr

to leave to any student who had into the shape that he did. To do it FLORIDA LOSES TOKENTUCKY known just how much time will be were unsuccessful on their firs

received more than three class cuts he was required to be constantly in 52-0 allowed Dr. Benton in securing the Friday night, having held the bag

I or had failed in two subjects the pre action and on the alert as to every additional instructors but since he several hours without a catch.

y ceding month. Now that the cele- phase of the training, and he requiredthe is in communication with six already, found it great sport however.
bration of same diligence on the part of those (Continued from page 1)
Thanksgiving is over and it is not probable that he will have a
there is only a little more than two trying out. He received it from them day only a small crowd was out to the delay in securing the services of three. Quite a number of Unive

weeks before the Christmas vacation and the appreciation of the entire stu- game. The second proposition is one con Florida boys were lucky enough!, .

begins, there should be an extra effort dent body goes out to each one of The lineup and summaries follow: cerning which announcement was tend a dance at the Ocala Ho

I on the part of each one to accomplish them, to Coach and to the Managersfor Kentucky-52. Pos. 0-Florida made in Chapel some weeks ago, that Ocala, on last Wednesday

''I just as much as possible in they all had to work in order to Hedges ___L.E_ __CIemmons the University had been requested to Among those present were:

4 this limited time, and endeavor to make this success.FLORIDA Murphree _L.T. Wuthritch train radio operators in the use of Turnley, Bridges, Hartt, Sanders,]

have your work entirely up when the *Brittain _L.G.... ..._. Connell the code, to receive and send signals.To fert and Fielding. '

.I time comes to leave for Christmas. AMBULANCE Dempsey : C. Dye comply with this it would be neces-

In such a case you will enjoy yourselfmore UNIT HARD AT WORK Downing 'R.G.Gunn sary to have the services of a tele- All extra beds formerly held iaj

than if you felt that you had Bastin R.T... Brannon graph operator, and this instructionwill age by the University are being'] a

r work to make up upon your return. Heber ._. ....R.E _-___. Thomas be given provided there are as hauled and painted, in preparati s r
(Continued from page 1) Riddell Q.. _? Loomis many as twenty-five who 'desire the the arrival of the Signal Corps

Of the annual events, there are none recommended by the commander. I Walker L.H Wilkinson course, which as announced previously, who will be instructed here.

looked forward to with more pleas wish I could recommend some of the Skanklin R.H. Ball will require about two hours per nighton

;t ure than the meeting of the Freshies Florida boys as from my section for Dishmon _F.B. _Fernald three nights of the week. Nine guns and over a h'

I and Sophs in the Flag Rush and Tug- my boys don't want to go. Haywood I *Captain. cartridge boxes, left over af
o'-war. The Juniors have published has become the "Dean" '
of all
the Substitutions-Kentucky: Adair for NO COMPETITOR. battalion was armed, were J
; .. rules and date of this affair and they cooks in the camp. Of course he Walker Wilhelm for Dishmon Ball back to the Springfield annoi
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will be conducted practically as in knows more in a minute about such week.
for Bastin; Moore for D. Downing; "They say, Mrs. Jaggs, that the t
: former years. However, there is more work than they will ever know andso
I Pullen for Wilhelm; Bastin for Ball; tanks they are using in France have
doubt this of the is
year outcome than very much besought for advice.He .
Worth for Murphree; McGregor for remarkable capacity." Over two hundred Universitj
;, r" ever before, as usually there is more has charge of a squad of cooks
$ difference in the Worth; Thompson for Bastin; Cam- "I'll venture to say that in that line Florida men are giving a good '
strength of the con- sixty strong, when we are in Allen- '
berson for Wilhelm. Florida: Lei- they haven't anything on Mr. Jaggs." of themselves in all branches
this year they are very town. If he had a little more educa-
fiesti for Ball; Marshall for Wilkinson -Banner. service. Quite a large n
evenly matched, and there is no ques- tion he would get a commission with- 'j
tion to its ; Wells for Gunn; Gunn for Fern- been commissioned as Captains !L
being a hardfought con- out doubt. He would make a fine Mess
es ald Swink for first at
test. Officer. ; Brannon. THE TRUTH. and second lieutenants

If there is any chance, I am com Officials-Swain, of Dickerson, 'ref Oglethorpe, Camp Wheeler, i

It has never been the custom, or ing to Gainesville during the holidays.We eree; McClure, of Ohio State, umpire "Truth is as clear as a bell," quoted Camp Jackson. Others have i

rather it never seemed possible to cannot choose our vacations but ; Ryan, of Louisville, head lines the wise guy. ed commissions from the Na

have the man. "Yes, but it isn't always tolled partment.
regular Wednesday after- I have to go when we can so I don't ,
noon Dress Parade until about half I know whether I will get to Gaines- Score by periods: added the simple mug.PhiladelphiaRecord.

the school year had passed. This year ville or not. 1 2 3 4 Her Idea of Man.

progress Have you any figures as to how Kentucky _13 13 20 6-52 A little girl wrote the fo

many U. of F. men are in the service? Florida 0 0 0 0- 0 "Here, you! Rastus, whar's that can composition on men

would be another step ahead to start It would be most interesting to aver Touchdowns: Riddell (4)), Walker, of lard I tole yo' to git?" "Men are what women ma

right now having the regular Dress age the attendance for the last two Hedges, Dempsey and Shanklin. "Lor, ma, }jt was so greasy it done drink and smoke and swear, 1 buf a

Parade each week. The uniforms are years and to see what per cent. of the slipped my mind."-Ex. go to church. Perhaps if

here and will be worn hereafter, and< total is in the army or navy. Per Many have made approving remarksof bonnets they would. They ar!
the band is of Class A it should it A school paper is a great institu-
so haps would be more accurate to find the new Flag which has recently logical than women, also more
not be an impossibility to begin more how of each tion. The editor gets the blame, the icaL
many year (counting non- taken the place of the rather "worsefor Both men and women.
promptly. graduates as of the year last in at- wear" one which we formerly had. ter manager the the experience, and the prin- from monkeys, but the women b
money-if there is
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B_ ><...Whitner local editor pf-the Let every Rat know by heart the list of these advertisers
Alligator, and William Runge, spent ,
PERSONAL I Thanksgiving and several days' following -

I ITEMSDr. Florida.with their parents in Sanford, TONIGHT AND EVERY NIGHT

Joe Swanson, who has just received -
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Harvey W. Cox, Professor of
his commission as first lieutenant
Philosophy and Education and Dean of
from Camp Oglethorpe, contracted a
the Teachers college delivered a se-
case of pneumonia and is now here
ries of lectures at the Hillsborough
at the University with his mother, 'TheaterYour
County Teachers' Association at Lyric
Mrs. S. J. Swanson.
Tampa the last of the week.J. -

W. Norman, Assistant Professorof It is a matter of keen regret to Patronage Invited
Education, was the-lecturer of the. every one at the University to learn
day at the Citrus County Teachers' that L. V. Dyrenforth is suffering I
Association at Inverness, November from acute trouble with his eyes. Mr.
24th. Dyrenforth, popularly known as
Dyrie," volunteered with the Uni-

Professor P. H. Rolfs, Dean of the versity Band when that organization United Shoe Store
College of Agriculture% and Director of enlisted as a unit and became the .
the Experiment Station, visited the Second Florida Regimental,'Band" ;last
Marion county fair at Ocala, Thurs- spring. He was Director of the Band, ',.,. -
Two Well Brands
popular with students and,.faulty S ; \ :54
day. He was pleased with the show- was '- -'-_: "- -. "
ing of Agricultural products made by here, and was of great promiseas Crossett Educator 1
Marion as a County in which diversified a commissioned officer.It ,

Agriculture is practised exten-
ively. is learned that Clarence B. Maloney University Avenue next to Busy Bazaar

.. ,"L a graduate of last year, iscommissioned a _. ,' ,. -..',- y- .' .
Professor John M. Scott, Animal In-;: officer stationed'with .
pustrialist to the Experiment'Station, the Aviation Corps at'one of the Colleges -

was in Ocala Wednesday and judged of Oxford .England.At .
When you want Hardware BAIRD has it
the horses and mules at the County
'Fair. some future time a list of the Reach's Football Goods, Wright & Ditson Tennis Rackets and Athletic Goods, East-
University of Florida, men in the service man Kodaks Ju Supplies, Reach's Baseball Goods, Louisville Slugger Bats all latest

A. P. Spencer,Assistant Director of will be published. models"; IR ii initthnru.11.: C. and Winchester Ammunition, Remington and Automatic

Extension, returned the first of the Pump Quns -- Ktepember{ we carry as complete a stock as money can buy.
Frank and Bobby Swanson,
week from Canada where he had spent Spain
a few days visiting relatives. Mr. members of the University Band last WHOLESALE AND RETAIL-
Spencer says the war activity going on year which entered Uncle Sam's service :
in Canada is a revelation to a man were with us during Thanksgiving. BAIRD HARDWARE: co.

from the States. He had little dili- .
.culty in crossing the border; the chief ....,
questioning 'was to determine whether Jim Johnson, second lieutenant stationed -0
he was attempting to avoid the at Charleston, S. C., is here on

draft law of either country.B. a visit shaking hands with his. old /
friends.Dr. .oJ

F. Floyd, Plant Physiologist, Gainesville Furniture Co
spent a part of the week in the Pinel- Sims went ,to Tampa to lectureto .
the. teachers the latter part of .,. #
las district checking up on some spray 'j r k"
ing experiments conducted in grape- the week.
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fruit groves. The purpose of the work
has been largely to control the rust Dr. Cox is leaving to attend the S.

mite, and he reports a great degreeof I. A. A. convention. COME IN AND HEAR NEW RECORDS

success. r .
Director Marks of the band was incapacitated 1 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
.- Bulletin 141, Pork Production in last week with a severe
Florida, by John 1VL Scott, has just cold. ""

been issued by the Experiment Sta I i
tion. This publication deals chiefly Albert Vidal, at present druggistin I

with the feeding of hogs and reportsthe I Gainesville, and a graduate of the There is only one kind of Glasses for YOUR vision and
results of a number of feeding ex- University will leave soon for Charleston -
'Y that is the
periments carried out at the Station. S. C., to join the Naval Reserves. f
The bulletin will answer many feed- ABSOLUTELY CORRECT
ing questions that arise in the mindsof

farmers who are supporting the "Red" Pitts and several other boys a :We grind all lenses used in our prescription work. No delay.
"more hogs" campaign now under went hunting Thanksgiving, and kill-

way in the State. ed quite a few birds. As a result, the
men who sat at the same tables with ]
Misses Alys M. Corr and Grace the hunters feasted on quail and duck JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
Claxon spent the Thanksgiving holi- for several days."Snowball" .
t"I days in Dade City.
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Norton hurt his sprained -
Mrs. C. S. Jackson, librarian of the He .
ankle again Wednesday night.
College- Law, was absent the first '
was trying to play a trick on some- RELIABLE I
of the week on account of illness.L. .
one when he knocked his leg againstsome

C. one, f the best Y. M. hard object.T. ; .;/

C. A. workers in the South and for- .. :i SEED
'15 of Lakeland was '
merly a student at the University was W. Bryant, f
last Wednesday
I married to Miss Susie Lapp, a pop- on the campus .
glad to wel-
ular school teacher of Wash- his many friends were '
1 1 ington young county. come him back. He intends enteringthe SEMINOLE SEED CO. .
Third Officers' Training Camp.

S B. Carpenter of the College of Gainesville, Florida
Agriculture has volunteered for service W. Stanton Walker, '12, returned on

in the Ambulance Corps, having Wednesday from Fort Oglethorpe
left the University Saturday.J. where he received the Commission of

1st Lieutenant at the Second Officers' "When I dine, I always dine at MOLNAR S for Molnar knows
at Training Camp. He joined his wife
W. Cochran is visiting "
. Tallahassee.Del :.who has been spending some time in Just how things should be cooked.
Hart is spending the week-end If you've been prejudiced against restaurants because the food didn't taste just right,

at Tallahassee Florida. Frank L. Holland '17, who is a 2nd -TRYMOLNAR'S -
Lieutenant,. and located at Camp

I Seth Hollinrake "left Friday for Wheeler, was in Gainesville Satur- DINING ROOMIT'S
Ocala to spend a few days with his day.


The friends of W. S. Fuller, better "DISTINCTIVELY DIFFERENT"I
Raymond Rood, a former student known as "Willie," will regret to learn I
here, was on the campus last week. that he is sick at his home in Nich-
Mr. Rood is engaged in farming at ols, and will not be able to return to
Bradentown. the University until after Christmas.
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"Buhuela" and "Red" Rat Pitts George R. Bailey had the pleasureof .

had a slight disagreement Saturday a short visit from his mother and Alachua County Abstract Co.
morning which resulted in a scrap. sister, Mrs. E. B. Bailey and Mrs.J. B.

Brinson, of Monticello, who came down .

Paul Vetter, a last year graduateof last Friday ,in a car, returning on ,

the Law College, spent a few hoursat Sunday. B. R. COLSON, President

the University Saturday.Bob -t.r: .
J. A. Johnson, '17, who was com- l

Smalley, who has recently tak- missioned 2nd Lieutenant at the Second -I
en the examination for the Signal Officers' Training Camp, was the
Corps in Jacksonville, is expected to guest of friends for several days last
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