The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00252
 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: August 1, 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>]
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: UF00028291:00252
 Related Items
Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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i The Florida Alligator I,




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Palm Beach-Ula L. Geiger,! selves of this opportunity to observe -
iI Hildreth J. Gray, Lucie Grier,: a real tournament as con-

tAil I Elizabeth A. Harper, Lola i ducted by an expert in this line

Summer School Enrollment by Hershberger, Mollie\ M. Munro, An armistice has been agreed: of school work.

JE Counties Mrs. S. F. Richmond, Adah E.: upon, which is to go into effect i

Shuflin, Mrs. J. S. Sundy, RoyE. i next Thursday at noon, federal I THE LIBRARY CLOCK :

Garnet, Paul W. Potter. time. Class operations are to I
Continued i
( ) Pasco-Isabel Adams Flora Last while here at-
be suspended and all firing will summer
1\Iadison-1\Irs. Clifford Little Adkins, Dorothy R. Briggs: cease. An athletic tournamentwill tending the Summer School, I

Alice Simms, Chloe Simms, Edith E. Carter, Maoma\ Hill,: be put on. or pulled off, as conceived the idea of presenting .

Ethel Simms, James N. McAr- Flora A. Ingalls, Sylva A. In-: the case may be, under the direc- a clock to the Library a tangi- I

thur. galls, Jessie Larkin, Sister MaryTerese ; tion of Mr. White, Physical Director ble appreciation from the Sum'f I

.1 Manatee\ -Ruby E. Browning, Mattie Lou Mayo, Sister -! and Y. M.\ C. A. Secretaryof mer School students. When I 1

i Mabel O. Curry, Amelia Curry, A. Newman, Muriel\ M. the University. Many inter- approached Mr. Hadley, who j

S Nettie M.\ Dunphey, Bethel H.,'Storms, Hazel L. Wright, Blank esting events are scheduled for was then librarian, in regard to. ; I

Revels, Lizzie B. McDuffee, Edward Roberts. the afternoon. There will be a his acceptance of such a gift, I I

L. Beeson, Harvey McVey, Pinellas-Julia Ashley, MaryT. baseball game between two found him thoroly in sympathy f I

Fred O. Revels, T. W. Yar- Bailey, Aileen Belcher, Margaret picked teams from the Summer: and willing to accept such an I !

brough. H. Crowe, Irma Dannen- School students and faculty.'evidence from the student body. ; 1

l\larion-l\lary L. Brooks, mann, Hazel Feltham, Dorothy I'i There will also be a game of, The call for contributions to ;

Pearl Forbes, Sarah E. Ferguson I. Fulton, Margaret\ A. Newman, ; baseball between two picked! this fund was made in the mess j ji

Mary A. Gale, Hettie. R. Ruth Sumner, Lida Tulane, I teams of the lady members of,i hall and the response was most :

Harwell, Carrie Holly, Ruth Howell Helen M. Wooten, G. R. Cope- the S. S.Volley. hearty and prompt. In three

Lyndal Mathews, MaudeParker land, John L. Jackson, CliftonD. ball and other games days' time a neat sum was col

: Alma Priest, Donnie Johnson, Ward Johnson, will be staged and all so plannedand I lected. I am now writing this

Proctor, Mary\ Sneedley, Geo. I. Chester B. McMullen, Geo. D. arranged as to demonstrateto i i item to say to all who are here

Holland, Ray Priest, Robt. F. Pinholster, Paul W. Stinson.To the teachers some of the pos- and who contributed to the fund 1

Rogers, Jr., Jas. M. Smedley. ( De> continued) sibilities of athletic work in the for that clock, that their gift is 1 j
l\lonroe-l\Irs. lone Ashe, !
public schools. All these events now in position in the Library :
Miriam E. Carey, Coralia Ga- I and by looking closely the inscription I f. i
will be in operation at one and
lindo, Grace I. Herrick, Sister On last Monday evening, a stating that it was 1, I
of the same time, somewhat after
farewell surprise in the form i
Mrs. Glenn E. Mc- '
Mary Lydia, "Presented by the Summer j .
the fashion of a country fair. ,
Kay, Mary A. McGill, Isabel light was School Students of 1918" maybe I
Doctor Fisher at "Sam's Place"as One will thus be afforded a variety -
Sands Emma Torano Benj. E.
: seen on a small brass plate i
of attractions from whichto
Archer, Chas. V. Curtis, Fred E. an appreciation of the enjoy- choose. When begins below the dial. To all who con- t I I II
one game
able classes and trips in the I
Demeritt, Glenn E. McKay, Jas. tributed, we are most grateful.
dull the I
study and search of Florida to grow spectator
A. Wheeler.
birds. All the "birds" of the I will have only to move to another -I (Signed) ,
Nassau-Nix. MRS. S. F. RICHMOND, Chm. i
section of the and see
campus I
Okaloosa-Arthur F. Johnson, class were present, appropriatetoasts I
something else. Clowns, both j jI
Judson B. 'Valker.Okeechobee were rendered, a responsewas will be The College Inn has just installed ;
given by Doctor Fisher, and natural and make-up, I II
each and modern sanitary soda
made provided for game : a
Minnie E. Marsh, D. A. Kinsey, closing Doctor remarks Hodge, honorary were mem-by there will be something doing all I fount. This is an excellent place 4!
R. W. Kinsey.
the time. I whereat to refresh one's self j jI
ber of the class.
Orange-Alice M. Campbell,
Besides the final good-byes to Special provision will be made I and loiter around should time ; I Ii
Mary L. Chapman, Nannie D.I ;
i for the children and it is hoped hang heavy on one's hands.
Harris, Annie G. Henderson, Doctor Fisher and family, wish. i j jI i
i that of them will be in evi
Orlin Rencher, Mamie L. Ste- es were expressed for his returnto many .
the University for anothersummer's dence. I Wanted: One instructor to i
phens, Sue Womble, Harvey
work. X. Y. Z. will be tagged.! act as guardian for Missouri.\
Connell, Frank E. Markwood.\ :. Everybody I i. j
Members of the Summer School He is obsessed with the idea that ,
Osceola-Emma E. Futch, I
I and children will 10 cents, the rain goes UP. Apply at Wilson i
Priscilla Peckham, Leta A. Weth- The latest thing in proposals pay :

erbee, Dorothy Hall, Newton H.I is to ask a girl if she made C-I while foreign adults will pay 25 II House. Wages-unreason- i

Bullard. minus. j I cents. All should avail them- 1 able. I It t I

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but we have been loath to men j For now I should have lain ALL KINDS OF FURNITU
: tion their names in this connec-!still and been quiet, I should
: Summer School Edition tion. But now that they have';, have smoked: then had I been at

I i been caught red-handed and I
Subscription 35c for the Term! rest.With
with the goods on, so to speak, Profs and exam commit-

Published Every Friday I| their names are no longer with- tees which build unanswerable ;

i I j held.While questions for us. COMPANYD. \
Entered as second-class mat-:' others, no doubt, had i There the ignorant cease from

ter, September 28, 1912, at the I: guilty knowledge of the plot, the J troubling and the bonehead is at
postoffice at Gainesville Florida I R. COX, Proprietor
: following names stand out in
under the Act of March 3, 1879. I rest.There I
I Ii bold relief: Beck, 'Vetzel"'Quigley -: the students rest to-

i STAFF I II Fattig, Buchholz, McMullenand : gether, and hear not the voice of
I 1 WM. TYLER______Editor and Manager! Woodward.The [ the professor.Who THE PHIFER STATE BANlJStrong
r '\\j I II atmosphere at the Sum-I longs for the
g E. G. ROOKS_--Advertising Manager answer
I j W. C. RIGBY and C. D. JOHNSON mer School is surcharged with' which is not, and digs for it and Conservative

/jJ Circulation Managers eventualities. Many are fearful more than for hid treasures. Gainesville -:- -:- .J"

,r : __ I II. 1 of the consequences, knowing us, Who rejoice exceedingly and

I.. ..t jas they do. Many trunks are t tI I are glad, when they can find one'I
PLOT REVEALED :j partially or wholly packed. Some unprepared. j I

I I'l have already "folded their tents Why is light given to a man !
Eyes 1lll2S&t Glasse
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Prominent Members of Faculty and quietly stolen away". If whose text book is in hock? I i Tested 33rW** Fitte
: the situation is not relieved, indications For my sighings come before'
f Involved.. Woodward and Me- '
1 ; point to a complete I go to Mess Hall, and cooling\I
Mullen Caught in Net Broken Lenses Duplicatedin
t }II; exodus of the Summer School Dopes are poured out like the I
; one hour's timeC.
1 '' i by the tenth of August. Whenye waters.
: :, What is considered the most I
editor stalks forth the For the which I
insidious plot ever conceived to upon thing greatly: H. COLES & SON
campus, he is given a wide berth. i feared is come upon me, and i
hamper publication has just
t 'i This is significant. 1 that exam which I was afraid of! Refracting and Mfg. Optici
been unearthed. Under the guise
f 1I
is unto I
I come me.
of "Water Melon Club" where, !

t it is true, many melons of doubtful -: EVEN AS YOU AND I I Do Business With

: r and questionable origin have The following graduate students -

! i been literally devoured, these I (By Tohretaw) i ii are attending classes in I The National Ban
i i
! j personal enemies, under the spell i The day of the final exam ap-: college English: : Resources Over Two Million 1!

r i 'i of the "green-eyed monster", I proacheth and we are reminded': Mrs.\ Kate J. Alonso, Melbourne \ -!

L J' jealousy, have formulated plans I'I, of the trials of Job."T ere Job.: Fla.Edward I Dollars J

r L by which they thought to subject,I a member of the Summer School' L. Beeson, Sarasota,
' : A; this publication and its able I II his lamentations might run Fla.
f management to their own selfish i'something like this: SHOES THAT WEAR
Nettie Dunphey, Bradentown,
i E s. w j ends. I Then went Satan forth and,' ,
I '1 Following out a clue given us l smote Job with stiff exams from '! Fla.

\ % by Dean Cox, who by the way,: Genung's Rhetoric even unto his I'I'I Helen McGhee, DeFuniak II CROSSETTS. and EDUCATOR!,
t Fla.
I Springs,
i has stood by the Alligator Mental Efficiency. at

1 F t'j: through thick and thin, even going -I After this Job opened his Claude S. Ogilvie, Sanford,
:, I I 1 so far as to pay his subscription mouth and cussed his luck. Fla.

t J '. our private detective succeeded -I And Job spake and said: William L. Goette, Eustis, Fla. Next to Busy Bazaar

f t in qualifying for membership -, Let the day perish wherein I Ruby L. Ricks, Arcadia; Fla.

( f' in the sjcalled "Melon i thought to become a teacher, R. W. Rosborough, Lewisburg,
f ; ,:: Club" by eating a melon without! and the night in which it was, W. Va.
f :,; cutting it. By fitting his teeth I said, There is an exam conceived
I Ruth White, Daytona, Fla.
t i"" with; protruding steel points and in the dome of the Prof. EVERYTHING IN LADIES'VEARIN'G

t abstaining from food for nine I Let that day be darkness, let
t ': J' lays! he easily performed the i not the electric plant work, xMiss\ X, playing tennis: "Have \ APPARELat
; feat and': Imade a point this game?"
I supposed impossible neither let any light shine upon!

!l 1 thus became a full member of 1 it. (Then maybe the exam will !i' Her opponent (generously) :

i J: t the "Club". The rest was easy.C be postponed.) I; "Yes, you made one; don't you

r ; It was a matter of only a short Lo, let that night be studious,1 I remember I served a double THE BUSY BAZAAR

. z time till all the facts were before let no jazz music come therein. fault?" Next to United Shoe Store

; A I us. The Summer School will be| Let them cuss it, that cuss the I J JI

astounded to learn that two such study that is ready to raise up Jim Andrews, speaking to another -

I I quiet, gentle, unassuming men their mourning. I fellow: "Have you any:

as Professors McMullen\ and Why died I not on the day 'of real estate on earth outside of I DR. C. G. MIXSON, Dentist

'.. Woodward were connected with:; Registration? Why did I not six feet?" I

: i this awful affair. Suspicion has II give up the ghost when I came The other fellow: "What d'ye II' City Office Building

;.,: long pointed in their direction, out of Language Hall? think I am, a centipede?" Phone 286

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r - - - f Miss Anderson, addressing WAITER H H j it had not given proper publicity ,

t NEWSETTES imaginary class of children: ", : 1 to his lectures. We have been I

.. - - - 4 "Children, do trees grow in a ;i I expecting to meet him face to i
Dirge of the Ham and Onion ;
straight row? .face, whereupon an apology ;

Time, eleven; Room, light; Summer School Student: "No, would be expected, but thus far :

Number, seven; Knife, bright; ma'am." :he has managed to elude us. His '
Waiter, waiter, waiter, come and
Doctor! carv'er, Let her slide; wait 'lecture for Wednesday night will : ,
on me,
'Big and Green, Red inside. !be "Some Dogs I Have Known". '
Prof. McMullen\ on test in Waiter, waiter, waiter, come and I
i No doubt a large number will be :
English Grammar: "Give the wait on me,
Then soon in loud encore, present.See ;
feminine of monk." First you bring the coffee, then; I Ii
Quoth Hensley, Goette, Hodge i I
you bring the rolls, >\
and Beck Summer School Student:
; I am so blooming hungry; that I 3 I
Roberts, Wilson and Gillett, "Monk\ -Monkey. ( A. J. VIDAL : I
could eat the sugar bowls. ; I

'Gi' me more". Waiter, waiter, come and wait lI l For Drugs, Stationery; Toilet'':' I
Extra copies of the Alligatorfor on me. I II
Articles, Souvenir Cards 1. I
Who said a girl didn't have: sale at 5 cents each while I

4 mechanical talent? The girls at i Waterman's Pens t !
: they last. One copy of each of I Waiter, waiter, waiter, come and ,
: Brenau screw their own electric i the seven numbers of the Sum- wait Ij I
on me, j II
I bulbs into the sockets. This is mer School edition for 25 cents. Waiter, waiter, waiter, come and I 1 I
woman's day."Darling J. \McCOLLUM & CO. 1
wait on me, I I II

We don't like to feed coffee -
A blue check mark by
I your
I have had something I we don't like to feed!
name on this paper means that
trembling on my lips for you rolls; i iI ', Corner East Main\ and Union ,

the past few days and, feel thatI I your subscription is unpaid and I We love to feed you doughnuts, I II I II I
is a kind invitation for you to I
ought to-. + because you can't eat the: ,
cheer us by remittance. I '
She: "Oh, don't shave it off, holes. l ;

' I just love it"-Ex. t Waiter, waiter, come and waiton LYRIC l THEATREHOME ; I

\ II Unclassified Advertisement. me. i i

Lady: "As a rule, I always I Wanted, by a C-minus girl, a BEST PICTURES i

leave the table 'hungury'." II husband. None but A-plus men Waiter, waiter, waiter, come and I; I II

Waiter: "Madam\ I am, as a need apply. (Somebody has to wait on me, EVERY NIGHTA I

when I I make the living.) Miss S. A. D. i
rule, always hungry Waiter, waiter, waiter, come and GOOD SHOW FOR YOU
leave the table. wait on me,
Have you noticed a peculiar,j Wake up in the morning after t'
Mr. Yates, announcing the smell in the air now and then?' sleeping thru the night, i

baseball game at noon in the Don't turn in a complaint, And we hear that song commencing : I

dining hall : "No admission." please. It's only Missouri's\ pipe. I before it gets to be !
I When you come to Gainesville to at-
\ Prof. Tyler, standing near by: light,
. Mo. claims it's a new one, 'bo't tend the U. of F. I
"Private game, is it?" since he came from France, but t:! Waiter, waiter, come and wait You're playing the piano of. life in 1 t
I' on me. the big base clef. I
we have our doubts about it. He

"Big" Roberts, in chapel, has to keep it locked up all the,", You're composing music that will sure I J i
bring a return: I
looking up: '"Hey, boys, don't time in order to have it available ] Doctor Bishop opened up his It's the !song of life, that will pay 1 t f

I you know you haven't any business -: when needed. He neglected tc series of lectures Tuesday eve- what you earn. I 1

i up there? That's a gal-ry." I secure it the other day, and i iit ii f I 1 ning of this week. He gave. an i Education is something that everyday ; !

hadn't been for the vigilanceof : excellent lecture, if such it maybe you will use, ;+ I

Any teacher or student desir- a member the pipe would have : called, on his rambles among So please don't abuse.take ad'a1tage-its! help ::' I E

, ing a complete, illustrated, in- got away. It was half way down lithe; spruces of the Northwest. Xuff Sed 1

structive history of the World the porch steps when found and[\j He took occasion to jump on the \

War, see Pinholster. going strong. j Alligator with both feet because I BURNETT THE I CLOTHIER 1.

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BEX Familiar Sayings I ments by the Peabody Dramatic: SHOES!

I..i Doctor Fulk: "There is no Club, under the direction of Doc-j

., Great English does not come question about that." tor Chapman, of which this is H H

f", from below the elbow. DeVane "I so the fifth, are always largely attended -
Country : am B. M. TENCH
and we are certain that
good to you and you are so mean I
'j Remember, my friend, you to me." this will prove no exception to o Gainesville,

I ;'t'' are but a hole in the ether. the rule.
.\ 'III Miss Burney: "Now, don'tyou Florida
''; The music by the! orchestra E E
bring me any messy work.
; Mr.\ Marion\ Crawford has under the able direction of Miss

p i :t called the novel "a pocket theater Miss Kittrell attractive.:: "Very" attrac- Kittrell, and the violin solo by S .H o E: s
t ". The statement points to very Prof. Beeson, will be special fea-

E I ; 4: the fact that our novel is the Campussed Girls: "Sam, tures.

i t ,Ii descendant of the Greek tragedy please bring us some chewinggum Tickets at the Bookstore and Whoever you are and wherever you'ibeen
t i and the Elizabethan play. out here to the fence. the door. ,
You're sure to enjoy a drink at tl

I : :.: A crowd of INN.A .
"Lord, let me never tag a large young men
1 new soda fountain we have ju
', : moral to a tale or tell a story and women, members of the Y. KNOWLEDGE"The
had installed,
without a meaning. Make me M.\ C. A. and Y. W. C. A., met So we specially urge you to makea

r : respect my material so much in the Gym last Monday evening. Wheel Has Come Full call.

L ,} that I dare not slight my work. After a short business session a Circle" At

l Help me to deal honestly with beautiful duet was sung by Mrs.
t I : words and with people, because Peacock and Miss\ Bethel Lane. .
When I little brat
was quite a
t they are both alive. Show me The meeting was then turned "First and Last"
I used to think the world was
! : ': that, as in a river, clearness is over to Mr. White, who conducted flat
I the best quality, and a little that a model Bible class.
But honest folks (to despair -
1 I '1 is pure is worth much that is MARY\ IRELAND, Secretary. ) my Bicycles and Supplies

i : : mixed. Teach me to see local
Persuaded the world
l i color without being blind to the Kicked Him In ATDoran's

, F l.t inner light. Give me an ideal It is reported that when Wm. square,
Until by science' aid I found
a that will stand the strain of Musselwhite was a small boy his CycleryPHONE
t I The earth should be considered
: r'i weaving into human stuff or the mother objected to him going in round-

i :, ; loom of the real. Keep me from swimming on Sunday after-I 212
I: But now I've got beyond all that;
y : caring more for books than for noons. One Sunday he came ,
I find the world extremely flat.
" folks, for art than life. Steady home with all the evidences of I -Nemo. 214 E. Main St., S.

t : me to do my full stint of work as having gone in. On being asked.. I
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t.. well as I can; and when that is why he disobeyed, he said: "It-

. : done, stop me, pay what wages was the devil made me do it."

t Thou wilt, and help me to say, "Why didn't you tell him to

from a quiet heart, a grateful get behind you?" WILSON COMPANYQUALITYSERVICE

f Amen-Henry! van Dyke. "I did, but he kicked me in."
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; The short-story students had Miss Mary\ Gale went to her

; their interesting; week last week, home in Bellview to spend the
i : y' producing stories. Some idea of week-end with her brother, who LADIES' READY MADE CLOTHESDRY

the results may be hinted at in .has just returned from France. GOODS AND NOTIONS

l i' the titles, i .

;' f :: "She Tried to and Couldn't, Mrs. Marian\ Honiker is planning -

r ; Mrs. McCollum. to sell her gold watch and FINE MILLINERY

s "Blood", Nettie Dumphey. use the proceeds as part pay-

;. "The Dog Gone", Claude S. ment on a pair of shoes. It has "Make This Store Your Store"

i 1! Ogilvie. been suggested that she sell her
i i t; "Who Did It?", Nannie Har- glasses to finish paying for the '
I 1 ris. shoes.

i "Ghost-Lights", F. R. Weedon.Mr. .
; : White, to fair damsel at :\
t Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishings.We .
: table: "Have some honey? j
Will Appreciate Your BusinessIT
Fair Damsel, primly i I : The plays to be given tonight, I

I "Thanks; no, sugar." August the 1st, at nine p. m.

in the gymnasium, are among I II
"Messhair: Johnson has been WILL PAY YOUto
the funniest ever presented, and i ii
suffering from big bruise i I I call in and see our stock of Summer Shoes, Skirts and Waists!
i a on will afford an evening of rare

: his forehead. He says the other pleasure, and the admission is

I: fellow is still in the hospital., only 25 cents. These entertain-I CUT PRICE STORE t

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