The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00217
 Material Information
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
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: June 28, 1918
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000972808
oclc - 01410246
notis - AEU8328
lccn - sn 96027439
System ID: UF00028291:00217
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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/ FLORIDA Stay in $drool .

Summer School Opens ,

(AfR-Maryland, My Maryland) When the bugle sounded, the t I

Love,light and joy for evermore, students in the colleges and universities II 4

Florida, dear Florida! t were the first to respond ;' ,I

Ausnicious Occasion When Nearly The world finds welcome at thy door, The higher institutions
Florida, dear Florida!
of learning in Indiana and thru-
Thy sun-lit hills and plains so sweet '
Four Hundred\ Register In j Thtir litanies of love repeat, i I out the nation have sent into ..i
Opening WeekWhat j And night and morning singing meet: military service from twenty.fivc

J Florida, dear Florida! to forty per cent of their men. !

i j Where'er thy loving? children_ roam: This noble response, however, ;!
I Florida: de-A Florida! must not lead us to think that :;
is generally conceded Hall, Language:: Hall, Agricultural With thee their hearts are still at home,
that these who continue their ed-
Hall and Science Hall, cent- Florida! dear Florida: !
to be the most favorable open- uction until called by the I
f ering in Peabody Hall where Dr. Where'er the wand'rer's pathway lies, gov-
ing of the University Summer blessed skied, ernment less brave patriotic -
Commons,4of 't In droams he sees thy are or ;11
Cox presides.rfhc
School for teachers, took place And hope doth like a star arise, | than the ones who enlisted. !

Monday, June 17. Practicaily coure, is occupied by the Summer Florida\ dear Florida! The need of the country is not !jl jlso !:

four-hundred teachers who had School regularly three times Blest be thy lovely hills and plains, : much for men as for trained
the a day-breakfastdinner and sup-< Florida, dear Florida!
been assembling on campus men. The schools and colleges
of per. Buckman Hall is given ov- j i 'I he sunlight twinkling through thy rain, l I
from evey nook and cranny are the training stations in which
Florida; dear Florida! '
entirely to women i and girls,
the State since Saturday assembled er Qo. q|lave. thee ever in Ilia keep, the future officers of the army F,
although it does not DearlY-accommodate : ,
in the auditorium of Agricultural -i I f From northern line to tltorm f'ep, and navy are being trained. This ;j
all in '
Hall on Monday morn :Until upon thy breast we sleep his pre-emminently] an educated. !
the overflow seeking rooms cither I Florida dear Florida: ''"-
A noticeable -
ing, the opening day. man's war. The high patriotic
in buildings adjacent to the ,
feature was the scarcity of duty, therefore, of every man is J

men and the predominance of I Campus ordown town. The Another Great Fall to continue in the high. schools !H
men" rooming wher- ;
Devotional exercises are until the
women. and colleges government !
ever they can. It has even been Several great falls arc record-
were conducted by Rev.Anderson calls him, .in order that he i
that of them is The whole course I
ed in history
whispered one
of the First Baptist Churchof I may give his best to his country's 1',
Gainesville.: The entire bodyof roosting in a tree. This, however of human events was changed cause.

is not vouched for. I when man fell; quite! commo- "I
teachers was put in a happy Some young men and women :
and Thomas' Hon was created when me walls I
his cordial words of Engineering Hall unusual ;
mood by are being tempted by
greeting and welcome.Dr. I Hall are given over to the Government -!of Jericho fell. It is said thata I financial inducements to leave ;I
noise made
H.W.Cox Dean (1 Training Camp. It is tremendous i school for employment. To do's Ij''
Teach-I three hund-'when Rome fell, but none of '
that j I
ers' College, in the reported be compared with; I this is shortsighted; for the disci-
Dr. in charge of red young men are here'in train-1 these are to I pline of the school is the surest '
Murphree was
All told 'the shock that was felt on the I'j
insr for the summer. ,
of business ;
few guarantee permanent Iii
the opening. After a appropriate -
when Arbuckle Yates
there are some seven hundred i:campus 'We
remarks from him, the and professional success. I

teachers spent'the remainder of people now on the campus. fell Monday night. must do two things; first, we '

the day registering and enrolling Handling the increasing num- -- must win the war. To do this,;

for classes in the. dilf rent de bers who assemble here each An apparently popular innova- we must give our best in physical -
summer is becoming quite a in intellectual train- !
partments. By Tuesday morning tion at the Summer School this resources, J

practically all were registered problem. It is hoped however, year is the conducting of Vesper I(,ing, and in personal power. SCOT ;;

and classifid and the Summer that the proposed new buildingswill Services on the Campus in the I|;ond, we must get ready to rc:1;::1:1I'
be available next year and I build the world after the war. .;:
School in working condi- air on Sunday evenings.
was open
and that all who attend the Sum I The first services were held last II III I' For that stupendous task all our I:!

tion.The. mer School may be sure of com- evening. The singingof acquired skill and wisdom Wi" j jhe
Sunday I
) Campus
University pre- i! \
fortable, convenient quarters.i was followed by a: demanded. Young men an.! !
Practicallyevery hymns
sents ,a busy scene. [ '
dormitory and buildingand pleasing and edifying talk by Dr. women of America, stay it i : t k I

hall is occupied in some It will pay you to call and see 1 Thrower of the First Methodist'school till the. government\ calL :

way. The Summer School is,, our-line of ladies' ready-to-wear!Church of Gainesville. A large I t you.-George R. Grose, t President 1:1i I!: j I
Depauw University.
practically confined to Peabody at low orices. Cut-Price Store. number attended. /

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! ; The Florida fixes up things. Even when we age of sixteen. The other is to National Characteristic.
Alligator1 A national characteristic of the
were forced to go without sugar, convert them into coeducational -
French people Is their habit of family
Summer School Edition :"Fattv" just smiled and patted us institutions for the duration of exclusiveness. It Is very rarely thata

on the back. Then we felt good the war. family divides for a holiday. For

Subscription 25c for the Term and said, "If it takes this to lick It might be argued that the one thing, middle-class people In
France do not pay visits except to
the Kaiser let her former would reduce the
come. course members of their own family, and for
enrollment in the local high another, a French mother likes to
Published Every Friday schools. While this may be true, keep her children under her own
Someone asked the noted Sam 1 eyes as much as possible, both be
Entered second-class matter, in most instances would only fore and after
as Sep- Jones whether he was going out marriage.
tember 28, 1912, at the postoffice at on a certain evening to hear Bob relieve crowded conditions, I 1 -

Gainesville, Florida, under the Act of Ingersoll lecture on "The Mistakes while at the same time would ,Positions for the Fair Sex.

March 3d, 1879. afford better opportunities for a Several bank presidents !in the
"No he
of Moses. replied -
after smaller towns are women, as well as
4 THE LINEUP. "but I would like to hear large number ot boysvho, clerks tellers and cashiers. Gov.

T -! Moses lecture on the mistakes of two years of college training, ernment experts frequently are among
Manager would themselves answer theircountry's the fair sex, whose deftness of touch
WM. KOEHLER ",- Typographer! I Bob. We rather think Sam makes their fingers especially efficacious .
E. G.ROOKS Advertising Manager i I would have enjoyed hearing! call. for such work as that of the

A.'A. MERBLER Circulation M'g'r I Doctor Bucholz "rip Bob up the| dead letter office.

'Miss EDITH STANTON Stenographer back" at Chapel the other morn- Your Kodak work will receive .
Devil'Place :
j ing. prompt attention by experienced First Bock or Education.
photographers at Van Sickel's I The first Molt on education ever
all communications and news
Studio South side of Square tf written and printed In English was: Sir
items in boxes designated for that "
I With becoming modesty Thomas Elyot's "Governour: publish
purpose in Peabody and Language Summer School edition of the ed In 1531. Much that is done even
: Halls. As a matter of"good faith" j at this day for the education ol boys
Florida Alligator makes its bow In Behalf of Our Ad vertisers
y sign your name to every piece. I and .girls In the schools was suggestedin
II the teachers of Florida in .
I| to this boo lLMaintenance
The leading stores and busi- .
I I Summer School assembled and
"Moonshiners caught" reads a ness concerns of Gainesville ad-

headline. Spooners on the cam to the public at large. The Al- vertise in our columns. Every- of a Microbe.A .

ligator places itself at their disposal country school teacher was cash
pus takevarning. I II body connected with ':the Sum- ing her monthly check at the bank.
N '' I to serve, to entertain, to I mer School is urged to patronizeour The teller apologized for the filthy '

An exchange has a Mulberjy I. amuse. That it will amuse is a I II advertisers. Before shopping condition of the bills saying "I hopo
I conclusion. But it is I you're not afraid of microbes." Not
Department. We are \
"onderI"ing or transacting other busi-- a bit of it." tho schoolmarm replied.
whether our readers up to the great body of teachersin I ness in tliQ city, read the ads andas "lfm sure no microbes could live on

enjoy a Huckleberry Depart attendance upon this session! far as possible favor with your I my salary"-Lipptnooit's.

ment. o'f the University Summer patronage the people who have Women's Fineness of Touch.

s.1 School to make it entertainingand favored us with their patronage. Electrical englueers number young

From all indications the W. instructive. Let the Alligator They expect it.and. have a rightto women among their workers, and Edison .
is said t-> prefer women machin- .
S. sale at the Summer School out from the Universitywith
expect ists for their fineness of touch. Mrs.
i will reach the high water mark. an air of freshness as wellas (Ira Tott of Long Beach Cal, founded
Let's go over the top. A full ret with "freshness," and a message and managed en entire electrical plant

", : port will be-given next week. of good cheer and hope to AND ANSWERThis successfully. Being an expert engi-
neer. shesuperlntMided buildingof
I its wide circle of friends and being the initial numberof her plant and bought and Installedthe

,,t We are glad to note that our readers. the Summer School edition of machinery.:: .

I sister Summer School at Tallahassee Y- the Alligator, no questions have

starts off with a splendidt The National Draft of been asked. The absence of Importance of Physiognomy.
you believe a man with reeed-
enrollment. Three hundred and answers would naturally be ex-
men for military service has already tng chin Is likely to get along as wellin
fifty are reported to have registered exacted a heavy toll from pected. The editor will take this world as a 'man with a chin

at the opening. our colleges and universities for pleasure in answering questionsof that protects. "It all depends uponcircumsto.ces.
If the man with the
every nature future issues.
young men. The proposed new receding chin Is a son of the president -
fl The good people of Gaines Draft Law, which is practically With his corps of able assistantsand of the company, and the man with

ville have permanently ingrati- assured, will exact a still heaviertoll. advisers, subscribers are as- the chin tbat projects Is merely working -
his war up from the bottom I
.:. ated themselves into the affectations The already depleted ranks sured of expert and dependable should be nclined to feel that physiognomy

:'; of the Summer School students must necessarily be still further advice in matters of business, would not be of vast import-

t :s by giving them a free automobile depleted. We are face to face love, law, health, etc.Ve are ance." _

1 *" ride to and from church with a critical situation. Some ready. Shoot! In the Wrong Department.'The .

(" I in the city on Sunday mornings. definite and positive course must meek looking man walked- (

j -, A" person who will not attend be adopted and entered upon They're the shoes for tender feet ff( the book counter. "I want something
: And Grover's is i their to keep me at home at nigh
1 church under such favorable circumstances immediately. It would be poor name;
me my faults tell me how to
They are soft and also neat
i \\i_ ought,,to be sent tol' economy, to say the least, to allow For whichthey have some\fame. Epend my-" "Hola on, old man.. said
the front. these've1lcqnipped plantsto the clerk; "you're In the wrong department -
:: For which they have some fame.
lie idle or be only partially oc- So try a pair my dear young Miss. left, three aisles Marriage down.bureau" on the

That everybody loves a fat cupied. Two solutions at once vPerhaps it may be Madam) .s

.. man is clearly demonstrated in are suggested. One is to lower And you will henceforth swearto Qualification.

the case of "Fatty" Yates at the the entrance requirements to this When men strive for posts of trust
That you are glad you've had 'em. they mast be somewhat post-like them-
Dining Hall. If anything goes i eight units of high school work
L. C. SMITH, North Side of Square selves and standsteady.Herbert
wrong "Fatt,w just smiles and I thereby admitting boys at the Sole Agent. Kaufman. ,


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Pure up. I II If Ii Ii
PersonalitiesAn girls-and! she clasped her
:r} 9t'C<
, .v tJ hands in joyful anticipation'
i f: 'V .'" J J-, am going to have such a nice

&" p,,::.. exchange says, "Corn fed "gym" suit. You know that little

._- Americans are going to win the short soldier that just misses f

war. If this be true, the men I the ground by a little bit? Well,, i

who dine at the 1ess Hall" will she! said if I would cut off hisj I

t Mead the charge. j overalls ;go; that ,they would fit i ,

Mrs. Sales and daughter of I him, I could have what was left GAINESV ILLE. FLORIDA "1 :4
in theUniversity Pensacola and ; for a "gym" suit, and there will
Chipley have; SHO: E S
Bus : been pleasant visitors in Gainesville -;' be just enough. Oh, I know it 1
will be lovely. You be
for the must sure
past several days. :
I Fare, One Way,' lOc Her two sons, Douglas and i j| and come over> to physical culture hBrTenchH .

Fifteen Rides for $1.00 Thomas are attending the Sum- 1: class and see me in it." ,

Runs Every Fifteen Minutes mer SchooL I Q GAINESVILLE 0 ;,i

The absence of Dr. A. A. Mur- \Ve have come into a new order -

phree at the opening of the Sum- I of things. The day of right FLORIDA

.- -- mer School was regretted by all. I by might is ending. This war E E. "

He and Mrs. Murphree are in : marks the darkness that precedes

Baltimore on account of slight : the dawn of universal Democra-j SHOESThe ; ;

indisposition of the latter. All ] cy-a Democracy that shall be ; .

are looking forward with pleasure I lifted to the ]lofty level of broth j ,I

lacome a member to their early return. It is erhood. Phifer State Bank Ii
hoped that Mrs. Murphree's t I.

Students' Pressing Club health will be much improved.New Into the statesmanship, the Strong and Conservative -h ;,i

AXELSON & MELLOR politics the business of the day Gainesville Florida : '

Basement Language Hall I that is breaking\ just ahead, will '1\1.j\

lothes Collected, Wednesdays, Faces in.?. S. Faculty I come a new spirit-a spirit of I '. .j I \
Headquarters for ;1
, Fridays and 7'"Saturdays-,." ... Following are the new mem- I honesty, generosity and gentleness. :! ,
, yes. Tested: Glasses Fitted bers of the Summer School Fac- I I Sporting GoodsNONE jl
ulty this :
Broken Lenses Duplicated] BETTER 'I
in T. N. Anderson, Ph.D.,College The statesmanship of the .
, one hour's time Latin and French.P. world will be successful only] "insofar The .Thomas Co. ,, .1

C. H. Coles 61 Son W. Fattig, A. B., Agricu_ ltual :-: as it is honorable and just. ;- I

efracting and Mfg Opticians. Education. I The politicion who achieves suc-
Joseph Richard Fulk' Ph. D., cess will attain his ends by worthy -J. W. McCollum & Co. I

Education.W. j I deeds alone. The business
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'ur Sailto B. Jones, A. M., Englisn. 1 man must stand on the broad DruggistsCorner
Miss Frances Kittrcll Indnstri- !1 of real brotherhood. The !
ground "
East Main and Union
the first fellow that can i iSee.
al Arts and Music. !! attitude between employer and ii
raise the wind, a Silver Cor- i
. Miss Katherine McCormick::; employe will be that of man toi ,
net, (B flat and A) with case A. J. VIDAL -
A. B., Physical Education.J. i I man, not master and slave.Is ,
Outfit cost$45. Goes cheap
: [formation at Alligator Office L. McGhee Ph. D., Chemistry. For Drugs, Stationery, Toilet lij'

". --- -- )it alone the object of this Articles, Souvenir Cards, ;
' Miss Laura McKenzie Primary Waterman's Pens {
j war to demonstrate that the feudal :
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- 'I Methods. of the
I spirit eighteenth cen- I J
Miss Isabel] Mays, Mathematics tury was wrong? Are we fighting L. J. Burkhim ,:

and Hygiene. j merely to prove the fallacy
wSSI Thos.'\V. Staples, A. M., Economics .!
of autocracy? No, we are fight- Clothier and Furnisher
. ... and History.T. ing this war for a democracy POPULAR GOODS : '. ; I hat I
T. Lindsey Manual Arts. POPULAR PRICES '.
3' '; that shall reach down and take .
':d \Vm. Tyler, Penmanship and : root in the heart of every citizen i I
Commercial Courses.F. j1 J
in every country.Take Do Business with} I ,
G. Wetzel, Biology and
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: W S S : Physics. I Time fO'- -Breakfast.; THE FLORIDA NATIONAL r BANK ,; \

.. i Common sense indicates that break "
J ,| fast should be a substantial meal "The New Million Dollar Bank,' ,
. Inventions by Women.It 'j is believed that silk weaving the morning meal at leisure and en- t \
j --.P was Invented by the wife of the fourth Joy It. The manner In which some W. S. Dorsey & Co. ;
jY; Chinese emperor; bronze cork by a people gobble down their breakfast Is I\
only to an ostrich. It is Eeaders in Fine J
Japanese lady; cashmere shawls by becoming Groceries ;
I j WSS. the women of an East Indian harem, one of the great reasons for the ex- Phones 15 150 \
and Venetian point lace by somaItalLa istence of what Is sometimes called and .- \ .

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THE ARMY BEAN Teachers and Bird ProtectionNot If you come once; you can't stay avay-

(Air-My Little Girl) all teachers have opportu- Lyric Theatre

Dear army beans;you know I love you, nity or even the desire to take .
For I eat you every day. up Bird Study, but all PROGRESSIVE COOL-COMFORTABLE-CONVENIENT -

Dear army beans, I'm thinking of you... teachers have kept up with S.L. Carter, Manager
When we're hiking miles away. the times and understand that .
Mosquitos bite down in the wildwood i ,
the wild birds play an importantpart
When I'm thinking most of you.
Dear army beans, I smell you cooking in the balance of nature, Normal Students --
And I'm coming''back to you. that they are a prime factor in

keeping down the hordes of de- THE BIG STORE extends you a cordial invitation -

vouring insects, also that these i to make it your headquarters whilein
beneficial creatures through sev- I town. We will do our best to supply your '

RememberDon't 'eral agencies; human thought-, wants at lowest prices.
let your studies interfere lessness and destructiveness be- Ladies' Shoestlen's Shoes 4 Ladies Waists
Men's Outfitting Hosiery and Kerchiefs
education. highly active one, are
with your a ,
and Furnishings Dress Goods and Street HatsLadies'
Now is the accepted time to slowly diminishing in numbersto
Rest Room, Second Floor,
subscribe for the Alligator.The the loss of the country at large.

proper study of mankindis Knowing these things, the PRO- W. N. Wilson, OwnerJohnson's

Do not be afraid of the ladies. TIOUS teacher will, at least sev-

They won't bite-anythin.g eral times during the school

but eatables. You are probably'too term, try to impress upon the Pharmacy

fresh and green for their pupils the importance of protect-
taste. ing the wild birds. Anything in the Drug Line

Don't suffer from corns, bun- The first step for childrenvis

ions, ingrowing mentality and to learn to let birds alone; the
other infantile afflictions. You second is to help protect dIem

can get the Alligator for 25c. against such enemies as the The Wilson
Why worry? Nothing lasts. house cat.

Not all PROGRESSIVE teachersare

in posjtion to form Junior Gainesville's}] Popular Store

Now Then, Grin Audubon Classes among their .
pupils, but it is a sure mark of Normal Students, make this store
When is a soldier like a beefon Your Store
progressiveness when you do k.
rack? Whenhe !
the butcher's
find a teacher who does form "QUALITY and SERVICE"
is in quarters. I these bird i classes.-Eugene s''
Leaders in
"You do not dot your t's nor!i Swope.

cross your i's." "No,sir,in these Dry Goods, Notions, .
hard times I thought it :best to II: :1

conserve ink." I 2r Ladies' Ready-to-Wear ':

"Do you believe that theos-! \Vhy you Should Subscribe .
for the AlligatorIt and Millinery
ophy is a remedy for the mundane -

ills that clog the esoteric j is the official organ of the

development of our innermost I I University Summer School.

selves?" "I don't knov.tIa" It is published in the interestof New York RacketDry

always uses goose grease." the Summer School in partic-

ular, and of the University in Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats and Gents Furninshings.We .

gener 1. Will Appreciate Your BusinessBAIRDHARDWARE
WARNING Its columns are open to every
organization and activity of the
Our Alligator is a most accommodating Summer School), and to individ- ; CO.
and little beast I .
willing ; uals as far as space will permit.
and will eat almost anything is Eastman Kodaks and Goo
; I In short, it purposes to reflect Supplies, Sporting
fond of school ma'amsof
especially the life and thought of a colony
but there is limit I Phone
all sexes, a .7
1 of teachers met for a common ..
to its abilities. So, please do not'I
purpose, actuated by a common
feed it hand-made poetry, cold-'I cause.

storage jokes, Mess Hall muffins I Subscribe. to-daT.
and other indigestible hardware.!
Mail a copy home each week. Pora'n
I A. H.
Had you seen its agonies, recent- James Chesnut, Jr.

ly, after attempting a meal of Bicycles,Motorcycles,
that kind, your sympathies and Prof. Chapman's annual l recital lIen'sVomen's, and and Supplies. First class
patriotism would keep you from will occur on Saturday even- Children's FINE SHOES repair work.

offering it such deletrious diet ing of next week. Particularsin South Side Squrre ;
during its brief career. next issue. it" 218 E. Main St. So. Gainer