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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
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: July 4, 1919
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>]
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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 )
 Notes
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028291:00248
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Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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VOL. VIII GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1919 No.2' .
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THE UNIVERSITY OF gressive people of Florida will BIG BALL GAME play ball and we hope to arouse I
not take a reactionary stand some pep in school. i j
with respect to its most valuable
FLORIDASome
institution or permit its further Closing Feature of Second Weekof MOVIES FOR THE SUMMER
immediate development to lag. Summer School SCHOOL t

Casual Observations of a That hundreds of young men i ii i
Rank OutsiderThe from every section of the state Secretary White gave ath- The first of a series of pic- i
are availing themselves of the letics a good boost when he re- tures to be shown during the !' i
people of Florida are opportunities afforded by the U. turned from North Carolina and I summer session as a part of the '
coming more and more to appre- of F. should be an incentive for started up baseball. The first program planned by the man- :3 I
ciate the true worth of their i our people to make ample pro- ganevas played Saturday af- agement for the entertainment ;
state institution for higher vision for its future develop- ternoon between the Waitersand of the students was presented :
learning for men. Although ment and prosperity.THE Non-Waiters of the Sum- last Saturday evening. A somewhat ;
young in years when comparedwith mer School. The rain delayedthe futile effort was made to J Ji
most other state universities PEABODY CLUB game and all were expectingonly i give this show on Friday eve- I
it already compares favor- a six-inning game, but a}: ning, but for some reason,
ably with other like institutionsof Man\ is a gregarious animal. ten-inning game had to be\known only to the initiated, the f
the South, and in a few years I The instinct to flock together is played in order to reach a de-!machine failed to work. The pictures .
more will, doubtless, be secondto an inheritance from our very remote cision, which, after a hard-I danced and trembled so
none in the entire country.At past. This being generally fought battle, was given to the that it made one dizzy to look at I
present, there are twelve conceded, it remains for us Waiters by a score of 6 to 4. them. One fellow who, it is j
splendid brick and stone struc-I,to turn this instinct to good use. Andrews did good pitching for said, was already hovering right j I
tures on the campus. Six of I In the Peabody Club we have the first three innings for the,on the border, went temporarily : ;11.I
these are college buildings as I the corporate meeting of the Non-Waiters, but it proved un-: insane. The audience was dismissed ;
follows: Engineering Hall, Summer School. Here we can successful, for after he had hit with the request to re- .
Teachers College, College of I express ourselves, as perhaps in Rigsby, Driggers and Walker it turn next evening. :
Law, Agricultural College, Sci-I no other place, as a body. made the Waiters play so much Promptly at nine o'clock the :I
ence Hall and Language Hall, Through taking part in its dis- the harder. opening scene of Draft Number
which is also used as the Admin- cussions, we may both broaden 258 was flashed upon the screen. j
With Wright in the box
istration Building. The two ourselves and learn the rudi- The great audience was held in
against Wuthrich the score was : I.
dormitory buildings, Thomas ments of the rules governing held 4 to 4 for six innings when, rapt attention throughout, and ; j II 1
and Buckman Halls, the Com- public meetings. We learn to in the tenth, the Waiters ran in,there was a sigh of regret at the ; i I
o mons, the Experiment Building, I feel sympathy for our fellow- two men. Wuthrich showed his end of the last reel. All then !
Gymnasium and Shop House students, and become imbued repaired to their respective
I ability as a player by pitchingthe
I constitute the other six. How- with esprit de corps-perhaps entire game and allowing places of abode, and there was a 4 I Ii
ever, with this collection of one of the most vital necessitiesfor only two hits..Feature great calm.
buildings, the University is still a successful school.
incomplete. There is a pressing Speaking personally, the Stanfill hits were made by Dean Cox has a scheme that '! I
need for an Administration writer can look back to the meet- and Connell. will surely put an end to '
; Building and a Museum Building ings of the Club in former yearsas -The lineupvas as follows: miscuous and unauthorized pro'I; j'I
I the Museum\ having long having provided both enjoy- Waiters: Rigsby, c.; Wuth of the swimming pool by I '
since outgrown the small quar- ment and inspiration, and manya rich, p.; Driggers, 1st b.; Hall, young men. Any member of the I I
ters allotted it in Science Hall. time and oft have visions of I 2b.; Connell, 3b.; Scofield, ss.; Summer School is authorized to I r
In addition, at least three the dear old friends and kindly Hate, If.; Tolbert, cf.; Walker, seize and lay hold upon the duds '!I :I i
: other colleges should be added in faces of past "Peabodys" cheer- rf. of such persons and carry them 11 11to
: the near future. They are Col- ed him up when he.felt blue. Non-Waiters: Stanfill, c.; the Dean. He figures that the ; i H
lege of Medicine\ College of Lib-I I So perhaps it is not too much Wright, p.; Andrews lb.; rightful owner will sooner or ; I :
eral Arts and College of Com-j ito I say that every student here Maines\ 2b.; McCaskill\ 3b.; later appear, in a barrel, to : !:1
merce. With the addition of i owes it to himor herself and to Stanfill, ss.; Maddox\ If.; Hum- claim them and at the time of I I f
these, we would have a fairly the school to join the Club, to I phries, cf.; McCullough, rf. such appearapce: he can be iden- !I
complete university and one of attend its meetings, and to takean The Wilson House Club, A. T. tified and proper measures taken t i
which we might well be proud.It active part therein. O. House Club and DeSoto Coun- to prevent further indiscriminate II
is safe to say that the pro-I H. G. M.\ ty Club have been organized to indulgence. i iI
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CRITICAL AND THE STINGIEST MAN IN THE ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE r'
1 [ THE FLORIDA I ALLIGATORSummer COMPLIMENTARYEditor : WORLD .

School Edition VICTROLAS, AND RECORDS

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f;i Subscription, 35c for the Term : Until the opening of Summer
t ; GAINESVILLEFURNITURE
The first issue of the summer School, the man who wore his

r ,::1- Published Every Friday edition is just received. I wantto collar buttoned over a wart on .

congratulate ;you upon both the back of his neck to save the COMPANYD.

r i } i Entered as second-class mat- I content and general appearance price of a collar button held undisputed -

; t ter, September 28, 1912, at the I of the first issue. right to the title. But
postoffice at Gainesville, Florida, R. COX, Proprietor
I (Miss\ ) R. E. D. he is
undoubtedly surpassed by
a
I 'I under the Act of March\ 3, 1879.
4 Thanks, kind lady. May\ i
f k : your young man here who waited

t : :4 i STAFF tribe increase.Editor.Editor three weeks to answer his girl's

4, WM.\ TYLER__.._..Editor and ManagerE. : letter in order to get advantage THE PHIFER STATE BANK
\ : G. RooKs.Adverbsmg Manager of the two-cent postage rate.
Since have invited criti-
W. C. RIGBY and C. D. JOHNSON you Strong and Conservative
Circulation Managers cism, I wish to say that the first
t number meets with my approvalin "The hearts of the American Gainesville -:- -:- Florida

I people will thrill with patriotic
every particular except one.

I !. I To Union or not to Union, The poem entitled "A Ditty fervor and gratitude on July 4

i that is the question. Sung by the Yanks on the as never before in the history of

!t I Marne", it seems to me might our country. It is probable that Eyes IJBSv Glasses

I All subscribers to the Alligator best have been omitted. the Germans will have signedthe Tested WHHfe Fitted j t

i i are progressive teachers. Mrs.\ G. A. B. peace treaty before that date

I Mrs.\ G. A. B., your point is and the formal end of the world Broken Lenses Duplicatedin

war will be reached in time for
well taken. Following one hour's timeC.
your
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I Beginning next week, we expect -
our country to make this national -
to publish by counties a suggestion, we are omitting the
I from this issue. Ed. holiday an occasion for the H. COLES & SON
poem -
list of the names of those attending -
greatest patriotic demonstrationour I
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t I It II the Summer School. CLUBS, CLUBS, WHERE ARE people have ever seen. God's I Refracting and :Mfg. OpticiansDo

I THE CLUBS? Word abundantly teaches the
t Those desiring extra copies of duty of patriotism and He is
the Alligator for supplementarywork Business With
It is reported that a numberof pleased when His people express

in English and History county clubs have been or- their gratitude and thanksgiving The Florida National Bank
classes may secure them at the
ganized. Why keep these mat- for His protection of the liberties -
I office at the rate of 5 cents the Resources Over Two Million\
: ters secret? There is nothingin of all nations, and the

., copy. the Summer School regula- preservation of our own country Dollars

tions against organizing clubs. from the awful menace of Ger-
The glorious Fourth is to be man imperialism."- Christian
Have secretaries
your convey
fittingly celebrated at the Summer the facts to the Alligator. Observer."As SHOES THAT WEAR

I School. A full holiday has

been declared and plans
are under -
Why not organize a Club of we approach our great CROSSETTS and EDUCATORSat
for celebration in
I a
1: way Red Heads? There is enough national holiday we should be
keeping with the of the
spirit
material on the campus to justi- deeply sensible of the great responsibility -
I occasion. Generally
speaking
,
I fy such an organization. The that rests upon our
'I the forenoon is to be left THE UNITED SHOE STORE
open.
reddest head in Summer School country to keep pure and unsel-
For the afternoon Dean Cox has
'i I Ir should call the meeting and fish its purpose to protect the
Next to Bazaar
sent forth Busy
to
a challenge
r t any every person with the slightest world's freedom. It would be
': baseball nine south of the North
i tinge of red should, as a matterof unworthy of our ancestors, and
Pole to the University -
a on
game
personal pride, attend the of our God-given conception of
diamond. The is
challenge meeting.The justice and righteousness, if we
not clear to whether the Dean
as EVERYTHING IN LADIES'WEARING
should now withdraw from par-
: means to play them singlehanded -
persistent rumor about ticipation in the great movementso
and alone whether he intends APPARELat
or -
the campus that a certain young successfully carried to comple-
the Summer School nine
man from West Florida, owingto tion by which liberty and freedom -
to beat them to a frazzle. At
crowded conditions, was i were promised to all peo
7:30: in the evening, a patriotic rooming at a livery stable has ples. Our people should light
service will be held at Chautau- I THE BUSY BAZAAR
caused an investigation. This anew the fires of patriotic fervor -
qua Corner under the joint direction Next to United Shoe Store
same young man was found occupying and unselfish devotion to the
of a faculty committeeand I
comfortable quarters interests of all peoples of the
the Peabody Club. Moviesat
down town. He had spent only earth."Christian Observer.
9:00 p. m. in the afternoon.
::1 one night at the livery stable.

.I Another John Jones turnip tale. "The human race, individuallyand DR. C. G. MIXSON Dentist

1, The pictures on a W. S. S. are collectively, works only

better than some moving pic- We are not through with the where and when it is compelledto. City Office Building
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A STATE UNIVERSITY OF THE HIGHEST EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS, RANKING WITH : :

._ '. THE LARGEST AND BEST UNIVERSITIES OF THE NORTH AND EAST. MILITARY TRAINING _,.. ;
UNDER OFFICERS OF THE U. S. ARMY. STUDENTS OFFERED OPPORTUNITY OF JOINING ',

RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS. : '

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- - - 1 I understood when we considerthe I "It is the worst of educatedmen I Teachers in the upper grades l

NEWSETTES reports circulating about the that they cannot speak will be wise to spend more time i iI
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_ _ 4 swell music which entertained about any great question until' on silent reading. Since read-
the; dancers at the A. T. O. Fra-' they have read everything that I ing is thought-getting and not t-I ,

Sometimes facts undermine ternity house on last Saturday\, has been written about it, for I word pronouncing, it stands to

eneral impressions. It would evening. Mr. Blount is one of I fear some one should say, "But I reason that silent reading should ;

em that, due to the fact that the leading members of the cam- have you read Schwartzen-I be stressed. That your pupil

ere are nearly six young ladiesr pus "jazz" orchestra. burg?" Then if they have not I know the library is of far greater -

every young man here ine 'read Schwartzenburg they are importance than that he know
summer school, there woulde Harvey Connel, preparing to done."-Tolstoi. I his "reader". J JI

general contentment and sat- make a trip to town on his I I

faction prevailing. But, woe motorcycle: "Well, be good, fel- "Man lives in his emotions, his
See A. J. VIDAL
o the prophets, competition pre- lows. Don't do anything I hopes and his fears, his loves

ails in exasperating form. wouldn't do." and his sympathies, his predi- For Drugs, Stationery, Toilet

The reply came from O'Bry- lections and his affinities, more Articles, Souvenir CardsWaterman's

The new Y. M. C. A. and Y. ant, evidently voicing the senti- than in his reason." Then isn'tit Pens

V. C. A. combined Social Hallas ments of those present: "Don't about time we were giving :

turned out to be one of the worry; I'm always good-only some sort of emotional educa- ,

lost attractive features of this I when I'm asleep, and then I have tion? Teutonic efficiency edu-
J..v. McCOLLUM & CO.
ummer normal school, as far as I bad dreams." cates the intellect only. Are we

ntertainment and pleasure are not convinced that intellectual DRUGGISTS
oncerned. Judging from the Reports are heard from all training is not enough?

ray the young people flock there sides that "Fats" Wuthrich and Corner East Main and Union

very evening, we wonder why "Oatmeal" Driggers are prepar- "The German military man:
ing to enter a retail business.Mr. in mustaches
uch a pleasure place has been specializes preference -
verlooked so long. Wuthrich has procured a being given to the Texas
wonderful carving knife, and longhorn mustache, and the walrus LYRIC l THEATREHOME ;

Driggers "incidentally", as Prof. and kitty-cat styles.-I. S.
Yes, yes, yes; and yes, again.f .
St. Amant would say,lias madea Cobb. BEST PICTURES i
) course all the blame falls on
few believe he has an option,
he managers and supervisors. I
veryone wondering why it is on the messhall cold storage.I "The Four Horsemen of the EVERY NIGHT ;

hat the swimming pool has not Anyway, the story goes on to Apocalypse", by Ibanez, has led A GOOD SHOW FOR YOU i I
eceived more attention. It is say that watermelon cutting in all book sales and borrowingsin
after night regularly, COME ON DOWNTO ; I
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ere for the pleasure of the stu- night the United States for five
does not become monotonous to THE LYRIC ;
ents, so why not use it? It is months. This Spanish novel is : 1 1I
sad fact that every eveninget these two young men. of real merit. But are this :I :i

aside for the ladies' author's other books so merito- I
> young When you come to Gainesville to attend !
se of the pool, finds that charmng HEX rious? You may be sure the the U. of F. j I
"reservoir" monopolized by publishing houses will push themat You're playing the piano of life in J I
very small number. It is upo "Education is capital to a this time. the big base clef. ,1.
rich You're composing music that will sure : i H
and interest to a
man
the girls to take advantage poor I ,
bring a return: I
their opportunities at this man. -Horace Mann. If wish to read literary r
f
you It's the song of life, that will pay !t.
criticism and fiction at the same what you earn.
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Do more than is expected of time, read "Rise of Silas Lap- Education is something that every ':
I Wm. Howells and day you will use, :;!
ham"
It is a known fact that Earle you. by '
So please take advantage-its help J!
"Diana of Crossways", by t
is becoming
lount, the "Jazz-man", don't abuse. ;
very popular along certain "Love, when it is ours, is an- George Meredith.: These two Nuff Sed I j II
lines in the social strata on other name for self-sacrifice and novels have a deal of sound crit- THE : I'
icism between their covers. BURNETT CLOTHIER '
he campus. This can be veIl abdication. -0. Henry.

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COMING BACK WHAT ONE TEACHER DID IN FLANDERS' FIELDSIn
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i, ;;; Darling, I am coming back, The principal of a grammar Flanders' fields the poppies

t i :. Silver threads among the black, school in a Michigan\ city attended blow H I-
B. M. TENCH
if 'r, Now that peace ill Europe nears, the state teachers' associa- Between the crosses, row on

.' I'll be home in seven years, tion. Attracted by a handsomeset row, o Gainesville, C

I'll drop in on you some night,I of furs in a window, she That mark our place, and in the

.With p1y ,vhipkers, long and: bought them: altho she had a sky _. .-- r E Florida e
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white, ".z .:.. ..k: Very good set at home. Later The larks still bravely singingfly J

.. -, I Yes,; the war is over, dear, she decided she didn't need the ; wrw. -.- ....- 1 SHOESWhen
: And we're going home, I hear. new set and sold them at a loss.I Scarce heard amid the guns below K,

f Home again, with you once One of the principles of thriftis .

'.:.,'-' more, to run your life on a plan. A' We are the dead. Short days

: : Say-by nineteen twenty-four. hen lives moment by moment, ago a messhall meal is not quite pe

I' Once I thought by nov I'd be runs this way and that way, and We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset fection
Come to the Inn for Ice Cream and Co
#= Sailing back across the sea. ends by getting her head cut off. glow, fection.

I I': Back to where you sit and pine, Too many people take the hen Loved and were loved, and now Remember I have stationery and soap;

I. But I'm stuck here on the Rhine, for a model and lose their (financial we lie And in your spare time drop in for a dop

You can hear the gang all curse, ) heads. In Flanders' fields.

F U\Var is hell, but Peace isworse' The College Inn

The leading business concerns Take up our quarrel with the foe,
{f When the next war- comes of Gainesville advertise in I I To you from falling hands we "First and Last"

: around, the Alligator. Members of the throw

I '.' In the front rank, I'll be found, Summer School are urged to pat- The torch-be yours to hold it

; I'll rush in again-pell-mell, ronize our advertisers. Before high.If .

I L :: : Yes, I will, I will "like hell". shopping or transacting other ye break faith with us ,who Bicycles and Supplie:

business in the city consult our die,
f i f! THE DECALOG advertising columns. It will be We shall not sleep tho poppies ATDoran's


.: J!!t Thou shalt have no gods but me, theirs.In to your. interest-and ours-and growIn Flanders' fields. Cyclery

Before no idol bend the knee,
I -Col. John McCrae.A .
; !; Take not the name of God in''
a news item last week, Mr. PHONE 212
l vain, Turner was referred to as Rural .
good bank book makes
Dare not the Sabbath day -
profane
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f School Inspector. It has since pleasurable reading. 214 E. Main St., S.
I been learned that he no longer
t Give to thy parents honor d'ue,
occupies this office but is devot-I
; Take heed that thou no murder
J' ing his entire time to the Smith-
do,
Hughes work. The office vacated -
Abstain from words and deeds WILSON COMPANYQUALITYSERVICE
by Mr.\ Turner might well
;} unclean,
be abolished.A .
Steal not, for thou by God art
t
seen,
t Tell not a wilful lie nor love it, list of the Summer School

I What is thy neighbor's do not students by counties will be pub- LADIES' READY MADE CLOTHES
I I lished in the future. It .
cove t. -A non.I near
i'' would be well for all to keep a DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS
On the above hang the Law
I It sharp lookout for this, as it may
and the
Prophets. be the first and last time some of
FINE MILLINERY;
i the names will ever appear in
The church people of Gainesville print.

i are again placing their "Make This Store Your Store"
} cars at the service of the S. S. j

students who wish to attend "Arbuckle" Yates, the happy, ... ,, .
I go-lucky manager of the dining
Sunday school and church services -
hall, explains that he has pur-

availing in the themselves city. Many of this are posely placed the chairs very NEW( YORK RACKET ;

close together to prevent undue
f kindness on the part of the good
r people of Gainesville. expansion. How does that strike Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishings.We .
1! you for yankee shrewdness? Will Appreciate Your Business
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"Fev things so stimulate a -,
f boy as the feeling that he is re- If you would get ahead and j

! sponsible for a certain task, that stay ahead, use a head. IT WILL PAY YOUto

he is expressing himself in it, j

that he is creating something- "All the cynic's swans are call on ,the Cut-Price Store and see its stock Summer! Shoes
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