The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 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
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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1. The F1oridaA11iator

Vol. VIII. University of Florida, Gainesville, Friday, Oct. 3, 1919. No. 1.

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MAY LEAD THE to Dr. Farr in the department of NEW MEN ARRIVING
VARSITY.-CAPTAIN HAS English. Professor Beck will also i WITH OLD MEN

NOT BEEN CHOSEN YE ITO VACANCIES IN FACULTYWEST conduct has proved a short so popular story writing during which the FEATURE OF NEW YEARBig I MAKING NEW

summer schools. I

POINTER HEADS MIL- Prof. B. C. Riley, who arrived October Time Was Had and Everybody
Line-up For This First Big Large Opening Exercises the
Game ITARY.-COLONEL WALKER 1st, has recently been connected Showed Splendid College Spirit.- I
Picked by Athletic First TuesdayIorning
RETIRED FROMSERVICE. with the University of Arkansas, and Rats Were Prominent.
Editor. of the Year.
comes here to take charge of exten-

sion work for the University. This College Night was a big success! I
Everything is ready for the game With the largest crowd of freshmenin
With the steady growth of the Uni- includes correspondence courses and 1 Everything went off as it was planned \
with Georgia A. & M. tomorrow and the history of the school and a
versity, it is natural to expect an carries the work to many more people and everybody had a big time. |
each Gator is confident of victory.The great crowd of old men returningfrom
expansion of the teaching force. Manynew than can actually attend the Univer-' gymnasium was beautifully decorated | :
exact line-up for the first teami army service, ,the ......th sessionof
additions and changes this year sity. for the ojya io -with planbD.an i
i as not been announced, but it is the University was opened in the
more than offset the few resignations.In Judge R. S. Cockrell of Jacksonville arr: d aost attrac- i]
probable that all the old "F" men on 'new Gymnasium on Tuesday, Sep- :
the College of Arts and Sciences who graduated from the Tni idt-place for !
the team will go in first.A tember twentythird.After .
there were resignations during the sity of Virginia, and who K se von
captain has not been elected yet, 4 i the devotional exercises
past year. the Supreme Court of FI r The started when the j
bat Sparkman seems to be favorite, 1 program President Murphree spoke to the student -
.though there are many other popular Dr. J. M. Leake of Allegheny College 14 years, is the* ",pew.. membe ol t>_ :Tres n fIfW111 in single file. They body. He made several impor-

Gators who are eligible.A has been secured to fill the vacancy law faculty. r'forr a ul ge"'circle in the center of i,1 tant announcments and introducedthe

left by the resignation of Pro- Prof. J. H. Mtftre| who studied and the nd few Florida '
probable line-up for the beginning room, gave a : new members of the faculty. Dr.
fallows fessor Ault. Dr. Leake will instruct received his degrees at University-of? Y'llS"led by HubeaHfJeach*. 'Every ':
: Murphree urged the to
new men geta
'I'students of Economics and History. Chicago, rounds out the acffing to se 'rP\j 'Circle !It
Line. II real college spirit. "An old student -
Prof. A. P. Black comes as assis- corps in the Law College. r. t It I "
demons end. t\ the
speaking to me other day,
Prof. R. W. Thoroughgood !
tant to Dr. McGhee in the depart J
Worthrich, tackle. .... Ha ave, ster of cere- said Dr. Murphree, "told me that he
ment of chemistry. Professor Black lessor Thornburg of the Eng n '
Perry, guard. monies, old those present of the came back to Florida to get his C. S.
: College have resigned the past
graduated at Southwestern Univer- year. I
Rosenthal, center. : 'J purpose and intentions of College degree. Of course, I was surprisedfor
.L2. i:. sity, received his master's degree at To fill the vacancy Prof. W. H.
Baker, guard. Night. He said that it was intended i if any of the professors had been
the University of Chicago, and has Drane, formerly of the University of
Goldsby, tackle. for everybody to become acquaint-conferring such a degre I did not
has been secured. Professor I I
recently been employed i in Mississippi, -
Thomas, end. *2sl\. ed with each other and to acquaintthe know about it. He soon disillusionedme I
service in the chemical warfare serv- Drane will arrive within the
Back. JT t'! new men with the different organizations by saying that he was referringto
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ice and in the Bureau of Standardsand next week.
Sparkman, full. "E" I on the campus. his 'College Spirit' degree." This,
Weights. While at Southwestern Lieut. Col. Bloxham Ward replaces
Olsen, half. Tom Palmer told the men of the I President Murphree told the students,
Colonel Walker who has been
University he studied student placedon
as a under -
C. Anderson, half.B. Florida Honor Code. Walter Duncan i was one of the big things of collegelife.
Dr. McGhee. the retired list by the War De- ,
Anderson, quarter. spoke of the Athletic Association, of .
Prof. M. D. Codv was secured to partment. Colonel Walker is now illj(fin
Starting out on September 8 witha I j which CVCI'3tude t is C* member. I Colonel Davis, Mayor of Gainesville !
Jacksonville. Colonel Ward is
meet the expansion of the courses in a
hand full of men, Coach Buser's Herbert Friedlander told of the Stu- left his sick-bed to give the students :
Biology and Bacteriology.Prof. Bradford county man, gratuatingfrom '
football squad has grown into a ma- dent publications, the Alligator and an address of welcome. "I did this,"
West Point has served in the
E. C. Beck comes as assistant ,
chine of half a hundred in number. the Seminole. Prof. Hathaway explained J I said Colonel Davis, "because Gainesville -
Philippines, and spent a short time
Every cog is working smoothly andon about the Cosmopolitan Club. I: loves the University of Florida

the final day preparatory to the and the record of previous years overseas.In Dean Rolfs explained the details of''I'and the Florida boys. Each year she
the Teachers' College Prof. Z. ''
first game a representative team, stands well in his favor. the three honorary fraternities on' has opened her doors to the University I
I W. Norman has resumed his classesin I
representative in every way, will trot Goldsby is another four-year man, education. Professor Norman has I the campus, and Mr. Franklin gave a I students but this year she has

out on the field. 1 who has made an enviable record.If studied at the Columbia Universitythe I I brief history of the county clubs and j opened them so wide that she has

Let us jump a space and talk of I If ) don't hear Jack, something is I what they are for. Herbert Freid- 1 broken the hinges." This, coming
leave of absence
past year on
student interest. It is the duty of wrong. Big Bake tips the scales at from the University.Mr. II I I lander spoke in behalf of the Farr from Colonel Davis, made every man

every student who comes to the University -I I 200, this being his third year as an Literary Society. The AgricultureClub feel as if he had received a welcome
C. S. Varney becomes a
to support the team that represents I I I"F" man. Coach Buser is relying up- ing fellow in Mathematics. Mr.teach-I I was represented by Joe Scofield, from the heart of Gainesville.

the school. No tax has ever on him for a heavy part of the line while Selden Kent discussed the Benton Lieut. Col. Broxham Ward, new
ney is a graduate of Leland Stanford I I
ben placed upon the amount of en- 1 :I Engineering Society. Wyche Get- military director of the R. O. T. C.
work.Wurthrich University. j jSupervisor
thasiasm you show at a football is another third year I zen gave a brief outline of the JohnI ;>;unit, spoke to the students about the
A. B.
Haney, a graduate
game. There is no necessity of speak- man who has been improving every of Auburn, has taken up offices in the I I'I|Marshall Debating Society and extended -. R. O. T. C. program for this year.

in cj to the older students and there year and will make an A-No. guardor a cordial invitation to all new He discussed the importance of the
Teachers' College. With headquarters !
fl.: uld be none to the younger. We I tackle! this year. men to become members. training and asked the students for
here, he is general supervisor of the
want every man who is able to walkto "Toodie" Perry knocks the scales agricultural education work in the The final feature was a speech by their co-operation in making the worka

be out on Fleming Field Saturday down at 210 pounds, and is an "F" Bill Bivins. Bill was at his best and success. His speech was frank and
Smith-Hughes high schools of the
afternoon, ready to greet both teams man of year before last. State. I his speech was the sensation of the forceful and did much to place the L

when they come on to the field. The Clemens and Thomas both "F" men evening. military sifle of the University in
Dr. A. S. Shealey becomes the new
biggest band that the University has are promising material for the wing instructor in Veterinary Science. Dr. I After the speaking refreshmentswere the proper light with the student

ever had is being rounded into shape positions. John Spencer, the former instructor served and a "get acquainted"hour body.

and will be on hand. (The bass drum Connell, 120 pounds of "Bull," will was spent. Several mmbers of The new orchestra rendered several
in this course, has left for Bomanville,
and ornets will not render solos this make some one hump for the center II the faculty were present and a large selections and the school year had be-
I Ontario, to resume his veterinary
year.) The game is as easily won position.G. practice there. Dr. Shealey graduatedfrom number of guests from town attended gun.

or lost in the grandstand as it is on Rosenthal, another resurrection, afterward the function.
Clemson College jind
the field. Let's have every Floridaman is pushing things right and left from Mc- PARR LITERARY SOCIETY.The .
received his doctor's degree at
on his toes, ready to back the the center of the line. That's "Jew"
Killip Veterinary College of Chicago.Dr. HOME-COMING DAY.
team every minute of play. you know. first meeting of the Farr Liter-
N. W. Sanborn of Massachusetts -
To return to the team. Coach Tolbert, De Vane, Ford, Millican, ary Society gave every evidence ofa
has taken up his offices in the Home-Coming Day will be cele-
Buser was fortunate in securing the Carlton, Mellor, Norton, C. De Vane, He has been strong organization for the coming
Agricultural Building. brated at Thanksgiving when the
services of Sam Buie, a Gainesvilleman Warner, L Wilson, Cloeman are year.
secured to spend half his time teach- Gators will play............. on Fleming
and an old Florida student, as heavy men that are hard men to beat Several of the old members outlinedthe
ing and half in extension work for the Field.
assistant coach. Coach Buie played and will make a fine line averaging work and told of certain honors

four years on the team, 1910111213 around 200. government. Arrangements are being made to that the society had gained. To these

and was captain during his junior Leo Wilson and A. Marshall, "F" I As the University grows still larger, have one of the largest celebrationsthat talks the new men'responded well and
in the has been staged here. Old
further expansion faculty ever
year, 1912. men, are showing up strong this year. expressed their desire to do all pos-

The work of rounding the men into Bradley, Bie, Swanson and B. An- I will be needed; but at present the Florida men from near and far will sible for the good of the society.

shape has progressed rapidly until derson are tossing up for the quarter- i staff is well rounded.F. return and a banquet will be servedin The regular program will begin on
the Commons after which meet-
now the daily scrimmages betweentwo back position.C. a Monday evening, October 6, and all
of the Alumni Association will
picked teams appears to the on- Anderson, Dial, Merrin, Olson, A. Canova spent Sunday with his ing are invited to attend.
take In the evening a dance
looker to be royal battles fought over Maderson, Gunn, McKey, McKillop, folks in Starke returning Monday.

each position. Stanley, Jeremiassen, Mathews com- will be staged in the new gym. The Rats may have thought a
Detailed will be announced I
Unfortunately t' ? Alligator is un- pose the remainder of the candidatesfor plans great crowd of strangers were visit-
Hubert Powell paid a short visit to later, but for the present each alum- '
able to: announce the dame of this backfield places. ing the University the first week.
his home in Lake City last Sunday. nus is urged to mak his plans to at-
The from estimatewill But old of the
year's football captain. Of a possiblefour squad a rough to men most faces were
tend this Home-Coming Day.
stands in ''166 to the familiar. alumni who
or five, Jim Sparkman average pounds man. They were our

the front. Sparkman is one of the The line used in Saturday's game will Paul Camp, a graduate of 1919, vis- make the first week a sort of home-

number of old Florida men who returned average approximately 190 pounds.The ited acquaintances during the week. Otto Maneche, of the class of 1918, coming. They come here to see old

to the University this year. backfield will average about 160 Paul is engaged in the lumber visited around the campus this week pals and to revive that far-famed

This is his fourth season at Floridapetted I pounds. business at .Port English. Otto has a farm near Brooksville. Florida spirit.

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size and off color fruit will be saved. :: Green, right forward. !!r ed, and plans; outlined to raise i fundsand 1]r-= !request ftnestuaenb. and the -

Gray, left guard. i build the memorial. The memorial j i The Fernandina News-Record is ; Association.Thus

Vessella's Band opened 'its engagement j Cohen, right guard. will be erected in the recently purchased : begging the people of that city, who it appears that if the proposed

in St. Augustine on Sunday for i, Subs: C. Duncan, forward; C. An- park on Riverside avenue, ', are able to do so, to build houses for budget system is approved by the

February and March. It I':derson, center; G. Stanley, guard. I known as Memorial Park. I 1 rental. (Continued on Page Twof. )

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I : "' .' after years in the business,.social and : MILITARYDRILL S HOE S
THE R03IDA ALLIGATOR political life of Florida.

It is worth a solid two years' cam-
i J Printed and published by the students of the University of Florida every paigning for office to any young man SCHEDULE H B. M. TENCH H

Thursday in their own print shop on the campus. who cherishes the ambition to "be go-

STAFF vernor" merely to have gone to schoolin Headquarters R. O. T. C. Unit, University -

I' DEWEY A. Dn------...........m....._............_.......n.uuh.Editor in Chief Florida and through its university, of Florida. 0 Gainesville. 0 I IE

GOODRICH ( OPKLAXU .... ...on.um.n".u.h"_--....._""._Managing Editor making friends of the boys worth Saturday, Oct. 4. School of Sol
MAURICE STEIN...__Asst. Mng. Editor LESLIE D. WILLIAMS....Local Editor while from all over the state.Tampa dier.
RANDALL B. HuxrEa_Sporting Editor VAN E. HcFF.unu.soddy Editor Tribune. Florida. E
Monday, Oct. 6. School of Soldier
30 minutes; Phis. Drill, 30 minutes.
BUSINESS DEPARTMENTJOH ,,?. R. Briggs, of Zephyrhills, renewed Wednesday, Oct. 8. School of Sol-

t. > j<. AXKLSON .....,-..!.---. ....__...Business Manager old friendships on the campus dier, 30 minutes; PhiL Drill, 30 min- S HOE S ::'
; r Entered as second class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at the past week. utes. 1'
, t ( Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1879. Thursday, Oct. 9. School of Sol-

i Place all communications and news items in boxes designated for that I II Among the many visitors the first dier, 30 minutes; Phil Drill 15 min-

i I 't-' purpose In Peabody and Language Halls. 1' week were Fred Morrish, Chiles darn, utes. Mil. Court, 15 minutes. MARABLEIs

. Rate: The Florida Alligator, $1.00. I', and Herbert Sawyer, of Jacksonville; Monday, Oct. 13. Manual of Arms
-- --- M. D. Futch and W. A. Canova, of 45 minutes; Mil. Court 15 minutes. I the Official PhotographerFor
E, t It would look good to see the Cadet f dent body in the bleachers. More than Lake City; Michael Stallings, Bill Monday, ,Oct. 13. Manual of Arms the University of
f Band on Fleming Field Saturday af- once, a foot ball game has been won Honaker and Joe Adams of Tampa; 45 minutes; Phil. Dril 15 minutes. \ Florida

ternoon. from the grandstand. Do not let his- Wallis Caswell, of St. Petersburg, Wednesday, Oct. 15. Manual of.

0 tory repeat itself. Gentry White of Live Oak, Loomis Arms 45 minutes; Phys. Drill, 15/j

; t It was observed on the street recently a I Blitch, of Blitchton, 1j. C. Becker, minutes.

r l that the ladies are not taking To University students, old and 1 of Detroit; and L. E. Futch, of Ocala. Thursday, Oct. 16. Man. of Arms, I The Sanitary Cleaningand -
r "wide strides" in dress this year. new, the Alligator extends the :
t glad 30 minutes; Mil. Court 15 minutes; I Co.
i t L o hand of welcome. There is a bit of I CHRONOGRAPH Phys. Drill 15 minutes. I
J If you still believe that "talk is
sentiment that clusters
about the Drill Get your clothes cleaned and :
t Saturday, Oct. IS. Squad pressed
cheap, ask the Rat who tried "longdistancing" I
meeting of returned students and the
;"#; his South Florida sweet- The Mayor.He without arms, 1 hour. in the sanitaryVa)'. :
. .=- 4 experiences of new students in adapt- I was old French Dry Cleaning and Steam :
, !I heart. ing themselves to all the varied relations Monday, Oct. 20. Squad Drill
I', without arms, 1 hour. Pressing
of college life that has And
very feeble
; Interest expressed in the University pleasing appeal over and beyond the I. ".. .,I'. Wednesday, Oct. 22. Squad drill Saves Time. Saves Clothes.

t. and in University students by the somewhat prosaic and ordinary asso- But the enthusiasm of with arms, 1 hour. Saves Money.
f good people of Gainesville in the general ciations of business life. .
They forma Thursday, Oct. 23. Squad Drill,
mixer College Night well J. Hat cleaning and Blocking a Specialty
chain of memories which
are reputed Youth ; -: with arms, 1 hour.
: for the social relations between the to follow . Also STEAN DYJNG
wandering V
Oct. :
Saturday, Squad ,
students and the town during : :
I : people throughout the trials of after-life and Still! showed Phone 675 Give
: the scholastic II %. with arms, 1 hour. us a call.
year. -* -..
to the
serve prove true promise that v I Monday, Oct. 27. Competitive drill
a "School Days Are Golden Days"ANSWERED -In his face, '. : by squads.
Since Rowdy Bill has severed his I I II
;. a o F f Thursday, Oct. 30. Competitive W. S. DORSEY & CO.
: relations with the Unh"ersitand has I
l And when he stood .
no doubt conveyed a quit claim deed : Drill by squads. Everything in GroceriesFor
t : '- : Thursday, Oct. 3$. CompetitiveDrill
I II to all of his estate therein it has been Before the men r by '
squa s Good Sake
t .. a mooted question on the campus as Lost, strayed or stolen:-An enor-
; : to the identity of his Who -2f .. Dr'nk DORSSY'S DELICHM Coffee
i t mous spotted College Spirit, with In chapel
Lieut. Bushnel who visited here
t recently -
: took his right, title and interest, the hair on its breast, iron in its blood !'.' !
\ 1 Board of Control or Robert T. Har- and mud on its boots. It is thought On the opening day Ic returned to Camp Gordon to

I Y" grave? to bein France with the "Rough- I secure his final discharge before returning Do Business With

; o necks". Finder please return to its Of, our University, 4t to the University. On his return PHIFER STATE BANK
The story of the Gallipoli withdrawal owner Student Body, U. of F.-The t 1 he expects to enter the Law Col- r

an incident of the Great War Seminole, '18-19. He made us all ,
is a tale of inadequate support. Heroically With practically fifty men donningthe -. j* -
o ., the boys of Australia and football regalia each afternoon Love him 11'* jI j
New Zealand clung to the slopes of with the sidelines rimmed with spectators I '

; Anzac. They fought with a desperation cheering on their favorites, 'r And wish that we t: THE THOMAS COMPANyCOME

t : born of despair; but they had to with everybody pounding everybody
withdraw because the support, the else on the back, and in fact with a Might some day be tIn IN AND SEE US FOR BASE BALL FOOT
i "follow-up" was not there. Saturday general current of fellowship and IS
I -' during the game with Georgia A. & goodwill permeating and perculating an honored place :.>> o -

t, M. let there be no failure of the sup- through the entire student body, it I j -t ooooocxxjoucoooocxjeaDoojocococooooooooocxxxro>
port, and the "follow up" of the stu- would seem that the above advertise- \ Like his. j
t ment had been answered and that the I

"spotted college spirit" had changedit And when he
DAMATO pots returned to the fold. The > '!" n
support which the team gets in Sat- A heartwelcome RELIABLE PAWN SHOP

urday's game with the Georgia A. & ., s
HIGH GRADE :\ aggregation will o telL To the University men .. 102 West Main Street, NorthA

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Next door McCollum's Drug Store. enrollment almost beyond belief, To the people .'

Phone 511.The following the taking out of the college -

I j of so many of the students during Of Gainesville .. Gainesville Furniture Co.

the past two years for war service j
gives hope that one of the For their hospitality : i;
things learned by the war is that it .
: t is the specially trained man who Extended by their Mayor.So D. R. COX, Proprietor. ;

counts in the big affairs of the time. r Phone 86

,. From every one of the Florida we who
state institutions comes word of either -
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equally true with the graded schools, ,

high schools, and private schools of the country, are proudTo
the state. The wave of desire for I i PALM .

r learning seems to be sweeping over live in a town such as PARLOURI
1 the country, and the results will be
untold benfit in the
coming years. Gainesville,
right kind of features to have There are no better schools in the o "ICE CREAM DE LUXE I

in good tailoring are fabric, fashion country than the Florida state and With its hospitable people, and

and fit. We furnish all three excel- other institutions. The boy or girl i ;

lently as our best patrons will cheer- who is in search of an education, not We assure the good people Popular and Classical Sheet Music. High Grade Candies.

fully testifLet us make you a off merely looking" for opportunity to 'go S Crane's Exclusive Stationary. | 1
elsewhere, will find at home all That their hospitality will not : S
sample suit, in any style you prefer, that other states offer, and, in addi- .i I'

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not at all high priced., with whom he will be called to work in Supporting us. _' I Advertise' lajjthe ALLIGATOR. It Pays.

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SOCIALTHETA effect. Fraternity, class and college Madison, president of last

pennants adorned the walls and the year's Freshman class, presided over ------- -
lights were hooded in the same the meeting until the new presidenthad
pleasing shades which predominatedin been elected. The new officers

CHI SMOKER other places. were elected as follows:
The crowd was a merry happy one President, H. R. Connell. SPORTING GOODS !? .{.. tf7. eaGi'ell

_' .. On the night of Tuesday Sept 29, and many pleasing and odd featureshad Vice-President, C. L. Theed. 'JJHOME
3 the Theta Chi Fratternity gave a been arranged for their amuse- Secretary H. F. Ward.

5. smoker in their new home on West ment. Very noticeable were the S. Treasurer R. H. Hughes. KODAKS
University Ave. This was the first A. E., pledges for they were the fun Representative to Honor Committee -

social function given in this new makers. Dressed in purple and gold W. S. Gleason. ,CUTLERY AKd #1t'
suitable. About caps, bearing the Greek letters rep-
home and was very
-d' entertained be- resenting Phi Alpha, they were lined Honaker for a few days.
fifty guests were up at 12:30 a. m., and told to give the Many Gainesville girls"were present Baird Hardware Co.
sides number of brothers from
of-town.a 'cuckoo" stunt. They cuckooed twelve also the chaperones, Dr. and lIrs.1.. Phone 7. Gainesville. OF GOOD PICTURES
times and whistled for the thirty. H. DePass, Mr. and Mrs. Glover Tay-
The main hall and reception room
i. The luck dance caused interest and lor and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Buie.
appropriately decorated int.
was very produced merriment for the trippersof
colors and pennants. .
fraternity --- -- -- ----
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the light fantastic too, didn't know JUNIOR CLASS MEETS.
.'? i Plenty of cigars and cigarettes were just what to expect,when three circles The Juniors finally "got together" ..ffi>clEdlm.rliSI>iII)'''''BIF'> IIgll'3 taE>.>.f:SS333HEBHBHHBBW> .*

to be had and those who due to were drawn on the floor and the after a series of adjourned meetings, N
football training or other preference music started. At the signal of a and elected their class officers for the 'I
refrained from "indulging", whistle the music stopped and also year 1919-1920. The men chosen for .
mints and chewing gum in plenty. the dancers and the young ladies who the respective officers were: = I

)Music singing and conversation were lucky enough to be standing President, Louis Tatum.VicePresident M N
continued until a late hour. within the circles were awarded lovely Bill Madison. = SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS =

i -- boxes of candy. The winners were Secretary and Treasurer, Creary
S. A. E. DANCE. Misses Taylor Irene Denham and Hamilton. :. Haircut 25c; Massage 25c; Shave 15c; Shampoo 25c. I

Nettie Richardson. Representative on the Honor Com-
= =
The members of the Sigma Alpha Excellent music was furnished by mittee, Herbert Ford.
Epsilon Fraternity entertained a large the: Inter Fraternity Jazz Orchestra, I The class feels confidence in the =N .
number of friends at a most delightful this being their initial appearance. i ability of the newly-elected officers ..
dance given in their rooms on University Neat and attractive were the pro- I as each man chosen has capacities .
avenue last Friday evening.The _grams containing the dance numbers. I I that particularly fit him for the office
comfortable rooms were beauti- in their covers bearing the S. A. E.. he fills. And the officers themselvesleft .
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fully decorated for this dance, purpleand letters in gold.Delicious their class-mates burning with *
gold, the fraternity colors, and t fruit punch was served enthusiasm to enter upon their new g.f Popular Goods :: AT :: Popular Prices I
.... blue and gold, the University of'"F1 rF throughout the evening. duties.
; i ida colors' being worked together in Invited to chaperon the dance were AT :

: producing a harmonizing and pretty Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Bloxham Ward, PEABODY CLUB
: old men and they were honored with Coach and Mrs. A. L. Buser Dr. and Peabody Club came back strong I: BURKHIMSBURNETT I IttaaG

Mrs. James M. Farr,* Mrs. Knight, this year with the largest member-
and the club for several = ] taA = = = aaC Q
THEY ARE GENUINE KIDS Mrs. Parker Mrs. G. S. Ramsey ship seen in
and Mrs. No rendered but -- -----.- .
Professor Cody.K. years. program was ---- --- --

)1 and we have them in Oxfords and I the officers elected last year for this

. Bals. They are the best you can buy A. HAPPENINGS.With semester assumed their duties, after CLOTHIER
) for Tennis Gymnasium or any kind their first dance of the sea- which the program and membership I == THE ==
son, the K. A.'s welcomed back their committees were appointed. Plans for
;" of sporting wear.
r L. C. SMITH old friends and introduced their the year were discussed with an enthusiasm -
fresh,meat" to the college Greeks.It that shows that the old Pea-
North Side of Square.
was a great little old "get-to body spirit has returned more power-
-- -
a -- gether" party and everybody had a ful than ever.

Come to big time. The old men circulated and The officers of the Club are:

DORAN'S BICYCLE SHOP swapped vacation yarns, and the rats, Pres.: H. R. DeSilva; Vice Pres.:

; though apprehensive were determined H. H. Moyer; Sec. and Treas.: H. C. NUF SEDCOXOOOOCOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCX

. East Main Street. to enjoy-to the death-their new- Johnson; Reporter: H. O'Bryant. I
For Bicycles Motorcycles, Accessories found status of being college men.
and Repairs. The girls-God bless 'em-are even AGRICULTURE CLUB
better-looking than we left them last The Agriculture Club launched its ---- --_. -.
-- June and the old "line" is just as 1919-1920 career with a happy pro- oooooooooooooooI

a CIGARS CIGARETTES good, so the slaughter was heavy. gram last Monday.

Some dance. Short talks were given by C. L.
Pipes and Tobacco Walker, D. L. Christiance, L. D. Williams I ,

A. T. O. DANCE. and W. G. Wells, on the var-
MOSELEY'S CORNER The A. T. O. Fraternity entertainedtheir ious courses offered in the Agricul-
pledges with an informal danceat tural College.

their Chapter House on the eve of Dean Rolfs gave the crowd an inter- Fall and Winter Samples on

". September 23. esting view of the Ag. Club's part in
: NEW YOUR RACHET The living room was very appro- a college man's life.
. priately decorated for the occasionand Josh Billings remarks on the Hum- DiSPlaY-I
for fruit punch was served throughout bug were read by Professor Willoughby ,
I FLoRstiEI SHOES the evening.The in an interesting and humorous

I, '\ chapter returned a great many wa7 OOOOOOOOOOCX-XXXDOOOOOOOOOCXXXOOOOOCOOOOOOOO: : : )

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