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 10, 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>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: IVol. VIII. University of Florida, Gainesville, Friday, Oct. 10, 1919.- No. 2.

t f ;I I. 0T TC G. TRAINING BEGlNS- -1- Mercer October will 18,probably as the game play with hereon LARGE CROWD( SEES THE GATORS----- -

....1 the Arcadia Fliers has been can-


iI I iI since Mercer 1913.and This the Gators game was have playedat met A. 5 M.

I Tampa with a score 13 to 0,
in favor Mercer..



II The saddest thing that ever left its

[Colonel ould Not Give Information As to Date When Uniforms Will imprint on the pages of sacred or Game With Mercer Has Been Scheduled Although the Exact Date Is Uncer-

Be Issued But Effort Is Being Made to Insure Proper Fits.-Selection profane history, is the wreck of a tain.-The Arcadia Fliers Have Canceled Game for October 18.Jim

of Staff and Assignment to Companies has Been Completed.-Ranking 1 character or the loss of a soulnothing Sparkman Has Been Elected the New Captain of the 'Gator Squad-Supper -
of Officers and Non-Corns Announced in Recent Order. sadder. Hour for Football Men Changed.
; .
1 How "Sis-ciety", with the emphasis ------
major; H.\1. Friedlander, supply Before 1,200 madly cheering fans Arcadia date.
By C. S. Hall. I on the "Sis", needs its standard
iHij sergeant, and G. R. Copeland, color changed. I have seen "them" rid- the 'Gators swamped their first rivals The game brought to light many

J Issuing of rifles and assignments of sergeant. I ing down Fifth avenue in New York for football honors, 33 to 2, last Sat- stars of a more or. less high caliber,
Assignments. to companies are as I I urday. A safety following a wild
limosine them
commissioned and noncommissionedofficers 0 City in a with the sleeves of among being Crom Anderson
follows: the dress dehorned the off pass from center netted Georgia A. whose 25 and
to companies will be the prin- top story 40-yard runs for
i cipal features of this week's R. O. T. Company A. i their waist, the bottom.story off their & M. their solitary tally. To a man touchdowns after receiving forward
Captain, H. R. Stringfellow; 1st the student body was behind the Flor- from
x C. activities on the U. of F. i skirt, with "V" backs and "C" fronts passes Captain Sparkman net-
i campus i Lieut. H. R. DeSilva.; 2nd Lieut., clad with old .ida squad and during the ted the 'Gators 12
according to a recent statement by I II I (briefly ) a little poodle intermis-I points; Thomas,
x' I Lieutenant Colonel Bloxam Ward, I H. V. Stapleton; 1st Sergt., J. E.I I seated beside them wearing a $25,000 sion between halves after end, who received passes and carried

' : commandant of the and professor Auld; Sergeants: W. Mahoney, pearl necklace, with his tail twistedso had piled up 19 points the two of them over for touch'wns;

.fI of military science.post A. MaKey, R. H. Gordon, H. O'Bry- tight that it nearly lifts his hind swarmed on to Fleming Field under I Carlton, who, as the whistle blew

.fI.II Although there are now only 200 I.I ant, C. P. Anderson, J. S. Sherman. feet off the ground when he tries to command of Cheer Leader Frank i signaling the end of the game, had
Corporals: S. W. Cason, R. E. Duck Spain and executed a wild, weird
walk children home and completed
of the new modified Enfield pieces on : no at 50,000 a thrilling 40-yard
worth, W. H. Dyer, P. H. Gillen, R. E. snake dance. Cheers and cadet band .1 broken field Olson
: hand, these will be issued to fresh- .1 people going to bed hungry every run. a Pensacolalad
and far possible to pri- Knight, H.: ,Millican, M. E. Mitchell night in that city. music also played a prominent partin made several brilliant line
men as as
c4I: R. Ogilvie, D. B. Sale, J. N. Wilson the festivities. After the game plunges.
vates in the other classes, beginning Will there be other wars'? Yes
and M. L. Yates the victorious pigskin warriors were
with the sophomores and workingup. I I and why'? (No man will welcome un- Speaking in a defensive vein t!'e
Company B. carried off the field on the shouldersof whole
Florida team should be
II One hundred and eighty of the iversal peace more gladly than this men-
Capt., M. N. Yancey 1st Lieyt. H. their excited followers. tioned, but the
old Craig rifles are still on the post ; preacher. I am in favor of the salient characters in
II but Colonel Ward stated this morn- H. Bushnell; 2nd Lieut. A. P. Marshall League of Nations. I believe it will This was the first college football this feature of the game were Cap-

-I ing that these will not be used in the ; 1st Sergt., W. G. Wells; reduce the possibility of war to a game to be played on the Universityof tain Sparkman, "Tootie" Perry,

military work this year. As soon as Sergeants: D. B. Knight, D. W. minimum). But if some will kill I Florida campus in two years. Wuthrich, Clemons and Baker.

t the rifles are issued, work will begin Keen, F. A. Canova, A. B. DeWolf, R. the Devil before. midi. there is I The Fliers, from Arcadia, have I For the visitors, who were plainly
.I on the drill field in the manual of P. Redman, R. B. Hunter. sin enough in human nature' to. make canceled their game and the next octelaceed, S "eat,. !!. Day and H xr.

J arms, and as fast as additional con- Corporals: R. L. Driggers, L. E. another exactly like Him before I I 'Gator contest is a probable game low might be favorably mentioned.The .

1t signments of rifles arrive they will Ellsworth, J. Hearn. F. R. Hunter, breakfast tomorrow morning. As longas with Mercer College in Maron 01 the game started with a rush, Florida

be issued to the upper classmen. I (Continued On Page 2.) the hearts of men are carnal and p-- receiving, and defending the west
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II Colonel Ward could not give any I tTTTT "" "' I the Devil is loose in the world, there goal. After returning the ball 15

information as to the date upon I will be trouble on old terra firma. CITRUS SEMINAR TO BE yards, a series of plunges failed to
which uniforms would be issued, since NOTED EVANGELIST IS Then you ask "Will God and Religionfail II net the gains intended and Florida

no word has been received as to the I ?" I answer "No"; our hopeof HERE HERE NEXT WEEK punted, held A. & M. for downs. On

date of shipment, although a requisition HEARD BY UNIV. MEN universal peace is, that CHRIST 1 the first scrimmage a pass from cen-

, has gone through for the required WILL COME AGAIN and bring to a I ter went wild and a Georgia man
number of outfits. A special final consummation and elimination fell on it for a safety anti their only
effort is being made to get the pro- what God has been working out by score of the game.
per fits, and it is believed that the DRESSED THE STUDENT BODY slow process. "Then righteousness SUBJECT.- MANY GROWERS I, Florida put her first touchdown over
ridiculous spectacles which followed will cover the earth as the water* in the second period when a stringof
f; the issuing of uniforms in the S. A. T. I LAST TUESDAY. cover the sea". plunges put the 'Gators in striking

C. last fall will not again be repeated. J We are not worshipping the Bible, I distance. Thomas received a pass, run-
t tt I as much as we believe it, for if we I ning 10 yards for the counter. Wuth
J Must Work for Majority. | I were, we would be worshippers of a Fine Program For Every Day During rich kicked goal. Florida, 7; A. &
. Competition is to be introduced this I Makes: Such a Favorable Impression Book. We are not worshipping the the Citrus Meet. Many ImporI I :\ ., 2.

J.- year for the first time in the race for I on the Student Body and Is Received Church as glorious as she is, for thenwe tant Lectures to be Given by In the third
II quarter the
So Heartily He Is Asked to Con- By Leaders in Each Field of Study. was
will instii i
battalion major, and his office would be worshippers of an I repeated with the exception that
tribute An Article to The 'Gator.
i not be filled until the second semester j I tution. We are not worshipping a' Wuthrich failed on the try for goal.In .

r. when the ranking captain at that I I confession of faith, if so we would be I a few more plays Crom Anderson
time will receive the appointment. It worshippers of a creed. But we are With every up-to-date implement received the ball and raced 40 yards
is not necessarily the present rank Tonight will be University Nightat worshipping JESUS CHRIST.Bill connected with citrus growing on ex- :'for a score. Baker failed on try for
ing captain who will get this posi- the Revival Services being held at hibit, and a course of lectures dealing -'i goal. The half ended with Florida in
will be promoted and the M. E. Church by L. J. Miller. with phase of the subject !
tion, since men Albright has returned from his every dangerous territory. Florida, 19; A.
demoted according to their work on Ii Evangelist Miller spoke to the Uni- home in W. Va., and expects to enter on the program, the 10th Annual !& M., 2.

the field, and each man, according to I versity men at Tuesday Chapel and the U. of F. soon. He brings with hima Citrus Seminar will open at the Agricultural B. Anderson and Carlton each obtained
the colonel, will have to work hard to I made such a "hit" with them that he fine new Buick. Bill sure must College next Tuesday.The I a touchdown in the third and

hold his present rank. At the end of I was asked to give the Alligator a have made money on stocks this sum- prospects are for the largest I fourth quarters. After a victory was

the first semester, re-appointment 0 story. ;mer. gathering of its kind ever held. The assured Coach Buser ran in his sec-
will be made, and those men who have j I Mr. Miller sends us the following I
: program is as follows: I II I string men. which prevented a
made the best records of field and in I message. .
Judge Cockrell: )Woodruff, if Tuesday, October 14. I higher score.
the classroom will be the officers and "Hot Shots" From Evangl'listIiller.. I I I The line-up:
you were found fighting on the street Address of welcome.
non-coms for the ensuing four Religion won't change your profile,
months. I but it will take the "bloom" off your I and Judge Buie fined you $10, what Response. A. & M. FLORIDAFry.

Assignments Completed. nose and keep it out of other people's would that be. Address, E. Wartmann.. .......__.._..._ .._ C __._.._....Perry
Colonel Ward has selected his staff I! business. I Woodruff: That would be a Practical information from a Ten- Bean..........._......_ LG ___._...Connell

and has completed the assignments I I The Lord succeeded in getting Lot I II crime. year Fertilizer Experiment With Cit- Peterson......._._ RG _.___.__.Baker

to companies, but will not post the or- I and his daughter out of Sodom, and i ii Sgt. Henley in Mil. Cc.: Whatis rus Trees, S. F. Collison. Todd........___.._.._ LT __...Wuthrich
der announcing his decisions until i j finally got old Mrs. Lot out of Sodom a flank? Soil and Tree Relations, Oswald Harlow.......___.__. RT ..............Goldsby

Saturday noon. However, he has released but never did get Sodom out of Sherman: Beef steak.COULDN'T Schreiner. I Taylor..............._ LE __..........Clemons

the list for publication, as he I old :Mrs. Lot. Jesus said "Remem- -r- Mottled leaf or Frenching of Cti- Handcock............ RE ................Thomas

willall orders in the future, select- j ber Lot's Wife". FAIL rus trees, J. R. Winston. M. Day---...._........ LH _.......C. Anderson
ing the Alligator as his medium for I have no quarrel with the men Fertilizer Experiments With Cit- Voight................ RH ............Sparkman
conveying orders to the men, and I who have succeeded financially, butI "Is there any way to prevent my rus Trees and With Potatoes, B. F. Sweat......_......... QB ........B. Anderson

wishes that all men in the unit pay do insist they give some of it backto I neighbor's predatory chickens from Floyd. Vickers._.............. FB ...._......_....._Olson
strict attention to all military news God! You can't take your mon- scratching up my garden seed'?" Irrigation Practices, F. E. Staebner. -
Substitutes: R. Day for Taylor; 31.
in the college paper. ey with you for there will be no pocket "Oh yess. .
The battalion staff will consist of in your shroud, and if there is, "For heaven's sake, name it:" Spraying Nursery Trees, F.1.. Day for Handcock. Florida, Hatton

First Lieutenant S. G. Kent, adjutant; your elbow will be too stiff to get "After planting the seed have your O'Byrne. for B. Anderson; Yancy for Thomas;

First Lieutenant S. C. Houser, supply I your hand in your pocket. The entire garden paved with concrete. Fertilizer Experiment With Japan- Carlton for Sparkman; Warner for

officer; E. B. Quinan, sergeantpectedlhaWlarge .crowd that's depending on money will -Birmingham Age-Herald. (Continued On Page 3.) I (Continued On Page 3.)

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size and off color fruit will be saved. Green, right forward. t Ted, and plans outlined to raise funds] --- -- '1 quest of'Ihe ifiid nis"and uk AltimII
Gray, left guard. ; and build the memorial. The !!I
memorial -I The Fernandina News-Record is ni Association.Thus .
Vessella's Band opened its engage- ::! Cohen, right guard.
: 1 will be erected in the recently purchased '! begging the people of that city, who. it appears that if the proposed
ment in St. Augustine on Sunday for Subs: C. Duncan, forward C. Anderson '
i ; park on Riverside avenue, are able to do so, to build houses for'I budget system is approved by the
February and March. ]I| center; G. Stanley, guard. I. known as Memorial Park. 'I rental. (Continued on Page Two)



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Friday_ Oct. 10 1919. 2 _- The Florida Alligator_ J
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and we have them
5. Stapleton, H. V.
If I were the king of France, Bals.' They are the best you can buy East Main Street.
(Continued From Page 1.) TO BE SERGT. MAJOR:
'l J. B. Hurst, J. C. Inman, J E. Mains, 1. Quinn, E. B. Or, still better, pope; of Rome, for Tennis, Gymnasium or any kind

H. S. Massey, 31. B. Matlack, R. S. TO BE BATTALION SUPPLY I'd have no fighting men abroadOr of sporting wear.L. For Bicycles, :Motorcycles Accessories :: -
Webb, A. Van Eeepall SERGT.: weeping maids at home; C. SMITH -
For the world should be at peace, and Repairs.
Company C. 1. Friedlander, H. M. North Side of Square.
Captain, T. D. Williams 1st Lieutenant Let the kings do as they might;
; TO BE FIRST' SERGEANTS ---- ---------
: ----- --
r H., F. Bache; 2nd Lieut., J. 1. Auld, J. E. I'd have the ones who made the 00000000000000 OOA"fl0000000pppp

: G. Clemmons; 1st Sergt., Louis TaI quarrels,
i 2. Hubbard McCoy
Be the
torn. only ones to fight.
t 3. Tatom, Louis .
: Sergeants: D. L. Christiance, G. C. An addition OTTO F. STOCK TAILOR1919
4. Wells, W. G. ,
'- : Hamilton, C. P.. Hiatt, C. T. Fink, J. If I were Uncle Sam
H. Klock, A. B. Pratt. TO BE COLOR SERGEANT: T And had to hire men by the aay-

j 1. Copeland, G. R. e& The hours and I'd plan
I Corporals: R F. Cooper, G. Curtiss, wages
: i F. V. DiCorte B. D. Gill, F. 31. Killer TO BE SERGEANTS: And all things would go my way.A .

i G. '\. Milam, C. Nichols, I. W Cl. Christiance, D. L. VETERAN. Fall and Winter Samples on Display_ _,

Scott, A. C. Simmons, W H. Tillman, A2. Mahoney, W. H. --

H. F. Ward. D3. McKey, J. D. Maintenance of a Microbe.A .

1 Company D. A4. McKey, W. A. country school teacher was cash- ALTERATION, REPAIRING AND PRESSINGoocoocococorxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxoooooococoooooo
) Captain, E. H. Hurlebaus; 1st B5. Knight, D. B. lug her monthly: check at the bank. :f

Lieut. C. S. Thomas; 2nd Lieut. R. L. 6. Gordon, R. H. The teller apologized for the filthr ::xJr
*. condition of the bills! **I hopeyou're
1 Westmoreland, C. L. DeVane; 1st 7. Keen, David W. saying
not afraid of microbes."Xot "
t Sergt. McCoy Hubbard. D8. Pfeiffer, C. A. ," ,
& bit of It.-the schoolmarm replied. ---- --- ------- -- -
Sergeants: J. D. 3lcKey, C. Y. Byrd, 9. Hamilton, G. C. ........... ... L .. ..,_
; Tia sure no microbes could live oaay -"-- ..... ;; :="-- -' ':-'-.. ..-. .. _:; .. J J :; : J I .
r I' L. D. Williams, L. A. Hogartli, J. M. D10. Byrd, C. Y. salary"-Lfppincotfs. .

Edrehi and C. A. Pfeiffer. All. O'BryantH.. .1'-.:, i Popular Goods :: AT :: Popular Prices I
; Corporals: C. K. Barco, G. C. Battle A12. Anderson, C. P.
I: '
J V. Blume, Win. JeacIe, A. 'N. B13. Canova, F. A. Editor's Idea of Heaven. ? ATBURKHIMS- (. '

Sollee, H. A. Stevens, L. E. Todd, J. B14. DeWolf A. B. The editor's idea of heaven Is a r,

A. Winfield, J. G. Traxler, W. L. Mc- CIS. Hiatt, C. R. -_' place where the Incoming subscriptions t 8t'
1 Alexander. outnumber the contributions. .
16. Sherman J. S.
"" Satire. -::-: : : .-k-.r-----:: :;"':;"':C :?:=r.:& ; .. .. _::I
Non-commissioned officers of the "
17. Kulman R. P.
band will be as follows: A E. Marks, 18. Hunter, R. B. :- '.

leader; R. 31. Swanson, asst. leader; 19. Link, C. T. f ,. .

J. W. Dalton, drum major; L. B. D20. Williams, L D. ,. --

Pratt, H. F. Holley, J. D. Sunday, sergeants -:
21. Klock, J. H. *
:;:1 i D22. Hogarth, L.- A. r
1 jj; J. M. Stears, J. H. McDonald, P. W. l
C23. Pratt, A. B. :
::1 Stinson, W. E. Blount, P. A. Graham,
D24. Edrehi, J. M.
'f A. F. Brown, corporals.

Compliments Battalion. Barco, C. K. :'.
Colonel Ward declared recently that i
D2. Battle G. C. ,-
I ,
the battalion is making splendid progress
D3. Blume J. V. '
in the military work consider t % V

ing the poor drill ground upon which A4. Caspn, S. W. ; .r i s -_ :

t it is compelled to work, but predicts C5. Cooper, R. F. ... .! 'S(

t real snappy work on the part of all C6. Curtis, G. x. .

companies as soon as the football sea- C7 DiCorte, F. V. :. t :
son comes to an end and it is possibleto B8. Driggers R. L. .*:_'

use the gridiron as a drill field. A9. Buckworth, R. E. x '

Until that time the work will proceed AID. Dyer, W.' Ii:

I on the various parts of the campus as All -E worth, L. H.

well as is possible 12. Gill. B. D. V

Respective rarking of the various A13. Gillen, P. H. ;

officers and non-commissioned officersof B14. Hearn, J. V ..

the entire batallion were announced B15. Hunter, F. R. t "
in a recent order published on the B16. Hurst, J. V.

post, which will follow in its entirety. B17. Inman, J. C. ;

Colonel Ward advises every man on D18. Jeacle, Wm. -' .. The "Constitution"
I the post to keep this list of officers C19. Keller, F. M. of To-day-Electrically Propelled =

I in order that he shall be familiar with A20. Knight, R. E.

the ranking throughout the batallion. B21. Maines, J.:: E. VV > THE U. S. S. "New Mexico," the first Six auxiliary General Electric Turbine-Gen

The order read as follows: B22. Massey, H. S. .': :, of any nation to be electrically : erators cf 4 horsepower each
B23. Matlock, M. B. : propelled, is one of the for
most important power nearly 500 motors,driving pumps, '
24. Merchant H.1.. ;:',V achievements of the scientific fans, shop and
Gainesville, Florida. age. She not machinery, kitchen and laundry -
C23. Milam, G. W.
October 7, 1919. A26. Millican, E. W. t only develops the maximum power and, appliances, etc. _

General Orders No. 1. with electrical control,has greater flexibility '
% A27. Mitchell.' M. E: Utilizing electricity to propel ships at sea
1. Pursuant to the authority C28. Nichols; C. H. _e> of maneuver, which is a marks the advancement of f

vested in the Professor of Military A29. Ogilvie, R. distinct naval advantage, another f
Science and Tactics at the University A30. Sale D. B. but also gives greater econFigures that tell the phase of the electrical -

of Florida, by the of industry in which the
Story of
C31. Achievement
Scott I. W. omy. At 10 knots, her }
_,,' War and the President of the University C32. Simmons General Electric Company
A. C. V normal cruising Length-624 feet
the following appointmentsof D33. Sollee, A. N. speed, she Width-97 feet is the pioneer. Of equal
officers and non-commissioned officers will steam on less fuel than Displacement-32.000
D34. Stevens, H. Q. Fuel tons importance has been its
of the Cadet Battalion is an the best turbine-driven ship capacity a million gal-
C35. Tillman, W. H. Ions (fuel oil) part in perfecting! electric :f
nounced. D36. Todd L. E. that preceded her. Power-28,000 electrical horsetransportation land
2. These officers and on ,
non-com- B37. Webb, R. S. power
missiond officers will have rank and : A38. Wilson, J. N. ',' The electric generating Speed-21 knots transforming the potential -"

precedence among themselves in the: C39. Ward, H. F. -". plant, totaling 28,000 horse- energy cf waterfalls for use

order in which their names appearin D40. Winfield, J. A. .-. power, and the propulsion equipment cf in electric motors, develop- t
this order. the select. the ing the possibilities
They are D41. Traxler, J. G. great super-dreadnaught of electric lighting and
ed representatives of the authorities B42. Van Kepoci, J. built by the many other similar achievements. ,

quoted in the opening paragraph of A43. Yeats, M. L. General Electric Company. Their operation ,

this order and will be obeyed and D44. McAlexander, W. L. has demonstrated the superiority cf electric As a result, so general are the applications

respected accordingly. 4. At the end of the first semester propulsion over old-time methods and a of electricity to the needs of mankind that

3. new appointments of all Cadet wider application cf this principle in the scarcely a home or individual today need
: be
without .
officers and non-commissioned of- merchant marine is fast the benefits of General Electric "
1. Stringfellow, H. R. ficers will be made. These appointments making progress. products and service.

2.: Yancey, M. N. will be based on merit as nearly -
3.' Williams, T. D. .
as can be determined, and will An illustrated booklet
4. Hurlebaus, E. B. take into describing the "New Mexico"entitled
consideration class 'T1e
standing Electric "
ship. pI;] be
TO BE FIRST sent .
: excellence GeneT request. Address
at drill and good con- : ;:]Electric
R. 44, Schenectady New
1. De Silva, H. duct. York.Genera43Eicjrjc.

2.: Bache, H. F. 5. A Cadet Major will be appointed .

3. Bushnell, H. H. at this time. He will be selectedon

4. Kent, S. G. merit from those Cadet Captains

5, Hanson, S. C.
f who are holding appointments at the
6. Thomas, C. S. end of the first semester.By .

TO BE SECOND LIEUTENANTS: Order of Lieut.-Colonel Ward:
1. :Marshall, A. P.

Westmoreland, R. L., Jr. .BLOXHAM WARD, Sche neyNy.: Company) Sales Offices in GS-1SD
Col. .
.. U. S. A. all large cities. .


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__ The Florida_Alligator

,. J ts a CI a C G (' r.J w.-'r.nwww ;: ..x..vvvv'C-._...w LARGE CROWD -
SEES O'Byrn. "' ''''
? FLORIDA YELLS 'GATORS DEFEAT A. & M. Citrus Canker, Frank Stirling.

Citrus Rots and Blemishes, H. E.
(Continued From Page 1.) Stevens. !/fn.c f/wate

Goldsby; Norton for Baker; DeVanefor Citrus Dieback and Frenching, B.
dot. Locomotive Connell; Merrin for C. Anderson; F. Floyd.

I Rah Rah Rah! Gator Gator Gator! Wilson for Olson; Dial for Clemons; Citrus Scab, J. R. Watson.

}j Sis; Sis Sis! Boom BoomBoom! Bah! I Webb Officials-Referee for Perry; McKey, Benson for Dial., (Ga. Stevens.Gummosis and Foot Rot, H. E. IIIUJUIUliallt

'; Florida! Florida! Florida! Tech); umpire, Shans, (Florida); Withertip and Citrus, J. R. Wins-

.:%, I head Score linesman by quarters, Cannon: (Florida.) ton. HOME OF GOOD PICTURES()

Fungicides and Their Use F. M.
1} Siren ,. I A.:11. ........................2 000- 2 O'Byrne. ,. I
R-rr-r-r-r! Boom Wah-ha! I Florida ....................._...0 19 7 7-33 Melanose and Stem End Rot, H. E. -
Whoo rah! Florida! Rah-rah-re! ::t I CITRUS SEMINAR TO BE Stevens.
Purple Scale and Their Parasites,
; ;

I i Insecticides and Their Use, W. W.
; (Continued From Page 1.) Yohters. i
I Gator! 5:: Address, T. Ralph Robinson. KODAKS
1v 1- # White Flies and Their Parasites, E.
| Gators! Gators! Gators! Address, A. C. True. W. Berger. CUTLERY I

ese Cane and Sweet Potatoes, J. M. Spray Nozzles and Spray Guns, E.
3 Rah! Rah Rah. Rah! Rah Rah. Rah! I Scott. H. Favor.

- I: Rah Rah. Rah! Team Team Team! The Use of Stable Manure on the Mealy Bugs and Red Scales, J. R. Baird Hardware Co. !

Citrus Grove, B. F. Floyd. Watson. :
xN Phone 7. Gainesville.
v 1 I Rah-Ki-Ho I Wednesday, October 15. Rust Mites and Red Spiders, W. W. I
-IL The Citrus Experiment Station, P. Yothers. i
t! 3 Rah-Ki-Ho! Ho-Ki-Rah! .' I H. Rolfs. Cottony Cushion Scale and Its Par- NEW YORK RACKETAgent

The Value of Brands in Marketing asites, E. W. Berger.
3; Whoop! Whoop! -
8 # Citrus Fruits, eGo. A. Scott.
S Plant Bugs, J. R. Watson. forFLORSHEIM
Y Halla Balla Kneck Kneck!
The Work of the Federal Horti- The Use of Spraying Machinery, E.
Halla Balla Kneck Kneck! : cultural Board for the Protection of H. Favor. SHOES
:s<., the Citrus Growers of the United
3 j TT-EE-AA-MM! Team Team Team! States, C. L. Mariatt.
# Surely Matter for Complaint.A
cI r. Work of State Plant Board in In- lawyer noted for his ignorance, NICK DAMATO
: Three "F"! Jf terest of the Florida Citrus Grower, filed a petition In a divorce case in
i Wilmon Newell. which he alleged that: "At diver; and
Dusting As a Means of Insect Con- .,' sundry times the defendant: tried to HIGH GRADE
( 8 Florida! Florida! Florda! Team! trol, W. W. Yothers. poison the plaintiff without reasonable
t 1 J Systematic co-operation Betweenthe
l .. Citrus Growers and Their County
i, M *i .I Agent, E. F. DeBusk. WRESTLING BOOTS IN

| Say What! Citrus Scab and Citrus Foot Rot, door to McCollum's Drug Store.
..f H. E. Stevens. Phone 511.
. 1 First Squad: SAY!Ii
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rl' I White Fly and Mealy Bug Para-
4' Second Squad: SAY WHAT? site, J. Watson.. Starting the best card ever pre-

,-:- I First Squad: THAT'S WHAT The Conservation of Corn for the sented to wrestling fans in Gaines-
't w Citrrs Grower Who Feeds Corn to his ville, Gus Ross, of Jacksonville, and
, a 2nd Squad: WHAT'SVHAT? Animals, R. C. Colton. Young Jordan, of Miami, will meet

I First Squad: THAT'S WHAT i The Utilization of Tractors, F. here in the fall to contest for the

| THEY ALL SAY! Rogers. Southeastern belt which is held by
The development of the Tractor In- Ross. These bouts will probaly take
S 2nd Squad: WHAT'S WHAT i dustry, During the Past Fewears, place in the new Gymnasium at the

1: THEY ALL SAY? .>to L. A. Niven. University, and will be of special in-
Some Views of Fruit As Receivedin terest to University men.
xt the Northern Markets, O. F. Bur- Others who will wrestle here are:
t ger. Joe Turner, champion middle-
| Hail Florida i Thursday, October 16. weight wrestler of the world and the
Causes of Decay in Citrus Fruits, holder of the Police Gazette belt for
I Song O. F. Burger.The that tilte: Walter :Miller, Pacific
:,; (By W. R. Frazier). 1 Decay of Florida Fruits and Coast champion in the same class;
II Vegetables A. W. The right kind of features to havein
McKay. Oishi, the famous Japanese jiu jit-
t I Florida's I5t Decay of Citrus Fruits from the su wrestler; Gus Ross, lightweight, good tailoring are fabric, fashion
men are marching on again
Standpoint of the Packer, C. E. Stew- champion of the South, and You!'
and fit. We furnish all three excel-
to art, Jr.The Jordan, Greek demon, and championin
8 I'The Orange and Blue, unfurled Decay of Citrus Fruits from the Michigan lightweight events lently as our best patrons will cheer-
a the Standpoint of the Railroad, (to as well as contender for the Southo-n fully testify. Let us make you a
1 above heads will a
our wave, be supplied. title. These have agreed to stage ,
V sample suit, in any style you prefer
| For we'll help our boys along with our 't The Spray Schedule for the Con- bouts in Gainesville this winter for and we know that the satisfaction we
trol of Citrus Insects, W. W. Yoth- the benefit of the University men, and
t.. i cheers and with our songs, i will give you will keep you a steady
local fans are looking forward to
I And we'll stick by every man of our i ers.The Spray Schedule for the Con- seeing something in the wrestling customer ever afterwards. We are

:|; "Eleven Braves". trol of Citrus Diseases, J. R. Win- line during the college tem..I not at all high priced.rrequesTof .
ston, H. E. Stevens. .
| And at last when the victory is over, # Some Grove Practices in Disease ------ -- -- -- ---- ----- -- --- --- --

t-f When the team has proven loyal, and Insect Control, H. G. Clayton.The .

| staunch and true, Relation of Insect and Fungus Ij
Parasites to the Spray Schedule, E.
| We'll hear old their
Georgia mourn to W. Berger. .I

p good old cracker home, Address, Miss Mae Morse.

What Constitutes an Ideal Diet, Dr. .
?[ ondering how the 'Gators slipped I
E. V. McCollum.Bee ''II1 '
|,4 them something new. Culture in the Citrus Grove, I
Wilnon Newell. I
|t Chorus: The Protection of Groves from the I i

| Hail, we'll all l hail Florida, I Cold, W. L. Floyd. Ii
Friday, October 17.
|:: For she's rolling up the score today. The whole program on this day is

| Cheer her and back her boys, to be devoted to a discussion an-1 de- IiI I 'TRADE MARK

8 Through every single play. monstration of the different diseases
I and pests that attack trees, from
;I: (Rah-Rah-Rah!) the standpoint of how to identify
_I;t Cheer boys for victory, I them and where to get the information A\V D C Pipe is the biggest value that the World's
# s; Largest Pipe Manufacturers can into pipe. The
I concerning what to do to cure put I
|; And let the Locomotives tell | or prevent them. ; W D C is a good, satisfying smoke, and bound to break in

'i For the team of sweat and brawn | This program was made up partic- sweet and mellow every time. Highest! quality of bit, band
and bowl craftsmanship of the highest order-that's what
By those yells will "Carry On" ularly for people who have recently ;
I we mean by biggest value. Ask any good dealer. III
':I And old Geogia'll think she stepped | bought or planted out groves and
who need such information. The following -
j from earth to Hell 1 is the
| program for Friday,I m WORLD'S LARaESTf'oMAKERS".fOF< 'FIN'E PIPES j
.tkt October 17: ,

\:.wwwwm.wxuw:. "-c a=s a=3sa=frfrs- a a B=we;:*g s:: a g g g c spectedlhaTa'large # Scaly Bark on Citrus Trees, F. M !i---: -T-T: = .-- ---

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rt ..P:'

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= 't 1v&ua.JJGreen .- .... ..... .- ... _____ __ oJ ,._ J
quantity oi the om I t &' d ""'- -..-...... -,.-.--- --- ? O'J. --- ---
size and off color fruit will be saved. right forward. fed, and plans outlined to raise funds r;: t Recr-: '' a students and- th* Alumni -
Gray, left guard. j I and build the memorial. The memorial -I Fernandina ew is'. Association.Thus .
Vessella's Band opened 'its engage- i Cohen, right guard. j will be erected in the recently purchased begging the people of that city, who; it appears that if the proposed
ment in St. Augustine on Sunday for: 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. [derson, center; G. Stanley, guard. [known as Memorial Park. 1 rental. i (Continued on Page Two)


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i Printed and published by the students of the University of Florida every GOOF. SCHEDULE H B...M. TENCH H -

(! Thursday in their own print shop on the campus.
Once '

DEWEY A. DYE...................................STAFF............................ ...................Editor in Chief Headquarters R. O. T. C. Unit University O Gainesville. 0i'

t GOODRICH ('opi.LA iI) ...__...._................................._......._..Managing Editor Upon a time of Florida. : CI
I ......Local Editor Saturday, Oct. 4. School of Sol-
.H. M. Freidlander, Assist Man. Ed. LESLIE D. WILLIAMS l
r t F RANDALL B. HUNTER..Sporting Editor VAN E. HtFF..nu..society Editor There was dier. E Florida. E :.

REGINALD DESILVA".,.Contributing Ed.Wm. Bivins, Exch. Ed., and Joke Ed. Monday, Oct. 6. School of Soldier ::;.
I A guy 30 minutes; Phis. Drill, 30 minutes. :
;. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT. Wednesday, Oct. 8. School of Soldier I E S. E
I JOHN N. AXKLSOX ...... .. .......... .........Business Manager Who 10.
Phil. Drill 36 min-
30 minutes; y .....
i Entered as second class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice. at rIi

: I Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1879. Went to utes.Thursday, Oct. 9. School of Soldier Iif

Place all communications and news items in boxes designated for that 30 minutes; Phil Drill 15 min- MARABLE a

! purpose in Peabody and Language Halls. A University:, utes. Mil. Court, 15 minutes. b

Rate:-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year. Monday, Oct. 13. Manual of Arms e
: .
--- -- -- And he the Official
-- Is PhotographerFor
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15 minutes.
Mil. Court
.. I 45 minutes;
Would that the "Rat" who PUTTING IT PLAINLY. .
suggest the University of Florida t
I Monday, ,Oct. 13. Manual of Arms
F did not know the name of his English Stayed there t
45 minutes; Phil. Dril 15 minutes.
I Professor learn the same during Isn't it a sickly spectacle to see 15.Ianual of t
Until Wednesday,
the week-end.
what to be he hob- "
II appears a man ,
Arms 45 minutes; Phys. Drill,
-x- nobbing with a group of timid fresh- The Sanitary Cleaningand
t It has been observed in the "Com He had held minutes.
ies, boot licking as it were, in an
mons" recently that some of the waiters effort to convince them that so-and-so, Thursday, Oct. 16. Man. of Arms, Pressing Co.

i r are prone to wait too much. It or such-and-such a person is the proper Nearly 30 minutes; Mil. Court 15 minutes;

? keeps the boarders waiting, too. Phys. Drill, 15 minutes.
; candidate fcc a certain office.It Get your clothes cleaned and pressed I
-x- Every office Saturday, Oct. 18. Squad Drill,
in the sanitary
is a pity that the war-or, per- way.
Many of us are glad the date of without arms, 1 hour.
French Dry Cleaning and Steam
haps, the good Lord-couldn't have
the annual Alachua County Fair is On the campus Monday, Oct. 20. Squad Drill,
killed student politics, and paralyzed Pressing
near at hand. It gives to some of without arms, 1 hour.
student politicians, or else directed Saves Time. Saves Clothes.
V us an opportunity to make a little But President, Wednesday, Oct. 22. Squad drill,
their into better
efforts and energies Saves Money.
spare change and to others it offers with arms, 1 hour.
fields of endeavor. It would certainlybe
amusement and entertainment.x And then he Thursday, Oct. 23. Squad Drill,
an unwept and unsung demise.A Hat cleaning and Blocking a Specialty
-x- with 1 hour. I
second Paul Revere in the form hopeful sign was present in the WentSomewhere Saturday arms, Oct. 25. Squad Drill, I Also STEAM DYING
class elections. A few aristo-
of a nightshirt, sleeping cap bedecked with arms, 1 hour. Phone 675 Give us a call.
cratic candidates were put to the II
Rat steed of two wheels
on a else drill
Monday Oct. 27. Competitive
I ,
i roused the campus to cries of "Hawk- painful trouble of being polite tp their
"Buchholz" and "shut classmates until after the various by squads. I I
shaw, up To hold 30. W- S. DORSET & CO.
Thursday, Oct. Competitive
Buckman!" on Sunday night.x elections; but as a general rule this
element was absent and the majorityof Drill by squads. Everything* in Groceries
An office
Oct. $ Competitive
the officers had their honors thrust
Damned Res-
of the
i The "Cohort
DriB by squads. For Goodness Sake
them unsought. There was no
pectfully" offers the suggestion that upon And get started
real struggle for anything. The best
: in order to avoid confusion, the
sign of all was the fact that there is "Rat" Nagle is going to purchasea
shadow and sidekick of Hawkshaw be In again.
practically no ill feeling over the re- fine new bicycle and expects to defeat -
known as "Hacksaw", now, henceforth -
sults of the elections. When that glad any contestants for the title of Do Business With
and forever. But his shadoiRemained \ '
I time of bright promise, when there is speed king of the U. of F. campus.

-x- absolutely no ill will, is ushered in, Nagle is 23 years old, weighs iRO PHIFER STATE BANKOOCXDOOOOOOOOCXDCXDOC
The big crowd that gathered in
one will be pretty safe in assumingthat pounds, has two sisters and hails
Y. M. C. A. quarters Thursday and
the day of real politics and politi- from Interlachen. Watch him go!
Friday after each meal, was not thereto On the .
campus, ----------
cal parties is past. The Alligator
pay their Y. M. C. A. pledges as
that the that be
humbly gods
one Rat thought, after reading the And tried
sign that hangs over the desk. They will hasten that day. THE THOMAS COMPANYCOME

were there to get their athletic tick- The same stunts r
That the
The same simple, common-sense While it is realized that "boys will

t rules that guided the Senior class in be boys," and that the exhuberant First guy did OOOOXXDUOOOCXXXXXXXX<::> : >OC ocooooocxxx1OOO00COOOOCXXXXXXXXXX:: ::
: selecting the man that they did for spirits of youth must have outlet, ex-

their president, and the resulting office perience teaches that hazing newcomers To get in JOOOCXXXXXXXDOOOOOOOOOOCMONEY ):"....

of president of the student body, in the colleges is dangerous, and
is the same common-sense that will that the only certain way to prevent Right

guide them when they decree that fatalities or serious injuries from this RELIABLE PAWN SHOP

the president of the combined student cause is to forbid the practice. With With the Rats,

body and not the president of the the re-opening of our higher institu- 102 West Main Street, NorthA

Y. M. C. A. will preside at the Friday tions of learning reports are comingin And make them FULL LINE OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

morning chapel meetings. This houris of loss of life and crippling of

set aside, and intended primarily, limbs due to the bullying of Freshmenby Think that HEWas OOCQCOOOOCCQC DOOOOOOOOOOU:XXXXXXXXXxxxxxxxx : : : ::
for the students and their affairs. A'' Sophomores.At .

tendency to follow old favorites ((7) Colgate University a boy who somePumpkin. : : : : : : : ...

is not welcome on the campus. had just arrived was abducted by old- o

-x- er students, taken in a rowboat to an .

I Lincoln Hulley of Gainesville, can- island in a lake and abandoned there. Gainesville Furniture Co.

I I didate for Governor, was in Clearwater In attempting to swim to the main- But the

yesterday, seeing old friends and land he was drowned.

forming new acquaintances. He is New Rats were
Hazing has virtually been stampedout D. R. COX
well known here and highly esteemed, at the West Point Military and Proprietor.

and if the people of Florida elect him Annapolis Naval Academies, and what BroadmindedAnd Phone 86

Governor they will have a man ofi the government has been able to do .
and learning in that high of- became -
dignity at these institutions be
_. < fice.-Clearwater Sun. Mr. Editor of just as well by the authoritiesof 1

s The Sun, we have looked over the city the Universities. Make it plainto Wise
\ directory and finJ no such name here, the young students that hazing i is c cgacE rg a =a gA :E Z E B =C:2:= : C2 '

so we conclude that the gentleman not manly.! Enlist the support of the To the game. .N

; mentioned is not from Gainesville. We upper class men. Let the rivalry be-

i understand, however, that a gentleman tween clases find a vent in athletic So although the ;I PARLOUR F

; of the above name is president contests. Most important of all, deal ,

t of Stetson University, which is situated firmly with hazers if they defy warn- Shadow u 11u

j at DeLand. ing.-Tampa Tribune.
t Had an easy time :I: "ICE CREAM DE LUXE '

THE WAY OF LIFEI Many former students and other At first dN Lia u

I. friends of the University were out :p: Popular and Classical Sheet Music. High Grade Candies. 3Crane's

on Fleming Field to witness the He soon found 8
II :a: Exclusive Stationary.
It t used to think I knew I knew Florida-Georgia A. &M. game last r
That tt
I But I must confess Saturday. Among this number were: I =
i now :n>zEflflDS>i<: gH>,flLCQES1iC+riflivL':=:!:.
J. R./Bullock, F. B. Shreiber, W. T. I 3 a Z ilaylIgSQ>RaZB
i The more I know I know I know Gary, L. E. Futch, Alfred Green and' ... -- -- -- _. --- ---

Roscoe Meffert of Ocala; Lacy Merton Was safe at
I know I know the less. I'

_. Exchange. Jacksonville., Bob Frazier and E. B. Caslerof The University. Advertise I In the ALLIGATOR. It

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Oct. 10, 1919. 5 The Florida I If
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,t..,' Holy Trinity Episcopal churchwaslast I, I
COLLEGE TRACK Friday p, m. at 2:00 o'clock _
= called
A meeting of all the Univer
of ; = -
unusually pretty.ea'rly: fall wedding ; -. =
when :Miss Curtis P'itts. only I sity of Florida students: ,from Pinel- m. N
; Probably the first of a series of las county met in room ,30'Buckman .
daughter of Mrs. .. ,
J: i ntertainir.ents to be given by the Mr. Gordon B. Knowles of. Braden- I I. Hall on last Tuesday' night.'; The purpose a N

.htr-'hes of Gainesville to the young town J',:ere united in marriage Rev. of this meeting was the organization H Haircut 25c; Massage 25c; Shave 15c; Shampoo 25c. a

"':): Zen of the University during this Bernard_ Campbell, rector officiating.The of a Pinellas County Club. Before n _

hool: year was' that by the First service was solemnized in the : : this year, there has never beena = =

:Methodist church in its commodious presence of scores of relatives and admiring club on the campus of our Univer; g I NE7T DOOR TO PALM PARLOR, EAST :p:

. Epworth Hall. Starting out' with a friends.Simplicity sity'representative of Pinellas,, excepting B 5
eeord'-attendance, everything in the characterized' the decora- in the Summer Schools. But' B r H.
line of having to do with
tions in the church which were in now we have a goodly number of men I
he University this year has been on green arid pink the color motif being here .from that county and things

a bigger and better scale than ever carried out with palms ferns trailing look 'as if this new club will ba onej I 'r'I, .n/mlrti'Mn't'rnnM TIN
before and this entertainment was noxception. vines and mases of Japanese sunset of the best if not the best, county| ZiemN

This entertainment tookon blossoms and foliage. The chancel club on the campus. i 1 N/IWIIMMNNMWIN4NW//NWN1. { N4JI.-N.; ;i-.N=w/. L./r
the nature of a "College TrackIeet"
and altar railing were entwined with About 25 ,men met at this ,first as,
and there were ,four universiies -
Southern smilax and Spanish moss. sembly, though this is not the full
contesting-Tulane, Georgia Tech, I
; The side lights were festooned with quota of Pinellas boys. The first I
University of Georgia and the University greenery and coral flowers while iKYl l
a thing done in the matter of businesswas ii
; of Florida. Those present were I
large arch covered with meshes of the speech of explanation, giv:
divided into four groups to represent .
tropical end sunst vine marked the
en by Mr. C. H. Nichols from
he four .colleges..and. placed in different IOLT-
reserved for the
pews family, i Intimate or'the: which
go, purpose for the
: ;
corners room, friends members of the :
S. A. E. Fraternity -
havingtVeir'. meeting was called. this,
roup! pennants of which the 'bridegroom is MI .
and colors. Cheer' 'leader for a .member. the following officers were elected:
Bill for Pres., C. H. Nichols; Vice Pres., C.
Bivins Georgia
Tulane was
The ushers Messrs. Edwin
Hampton D. Johnson of Clearwaterj Secretary, all .'round soft drink
Fannie for the yvar
Tech, Miss Anderson C. D. Gunn .of this city D. K. _
H. M. Freidlander of Largo;'-Treas.,:
University of Georgia Mr. Scr..tggs.and ,
Knight and H. G. Clayton of Braden-
of F. Thomason: of St. Petersburg. For busi- -
for the University Florida town entered first, in couples, followed college men,
Roy Millikin. These cheer leaders by the bridesm'aidsliss Beatrice' Robert Hargrave gave a talk to the ness men professionalmen

were on to their job and put a spiritof I Wienecke of Jacksonville and :Miss fellows on the g-eneral.conditions per- ,

rivalry-and also lots of noise- I Mabel Voyle who appeared alone. The taining to the University; as ,a whole men of sports...:....'

into the contest by ,cheering en their matron of honor Mrs. Welding Dennis including how the appropriation made baseball football golf

field representatives to victory and Libbey of Bronxville N. Y., a cousinto I by the legislature of Florida of last __ ,

trying to break the nerves of the op- the bride came next followed by year had been cut considerably and : tennis, shooting, riding.

_ posing contestants. The contests were the young ring bearer attractively other reasons why we are short of For everybody, everywhere -
t. all such as could be staged indoors dressed in a suit of white and carry- funds this year. He also ,stated a

but points were awarded for the first ing the ring in the petals of a large few points as to how the: new-born the year 'round,

sccnd and third places as in a'regular rose who immediately preceded the ccunty can and will co-operate in the L Bevo is hale refresh ,

track mest.. Among the contestswere bride, entering with Mr.' E. E. Voyle, aid of officials of the Univ. to counteract -'
: The 100-yard dash the stand- who gave her in marriage. They were the unreasonable conditions ment for wholesome :

ing broad smile, obstacle race, three- met at the chancel;, steps by the bridegroom confronting us now, and which will thirst--an invigoratingsoft

bgged race hurdle race relay race and hw 1est man, Mr. H. S. confront us more- so when the next drink. Ideal for the -
and others. How these were carriedout Sawyer' 6f Jacksonville, who entered 'appropriation ti comes. due in two

will not be told here as-'-td' see 'from ,tb''is.try.: ,- -and here the betrothal years from now. athlete or the man in

them is much better than any expres- service took the bride '.
place .
After a,Jcw..more'remarks from vat' physical r,1 training
ion in words but the contests themselves i cr :
s ( with immediate
groom their" attendants riou's members .
of club
the, a meeting:
- and the spirited 'rivalry' of the I ascending .the,.steps and going .was-announced for next Tuesday -good to train on

cclleges in connection created lots of I in.-tho chancel for 'the. blessing night at after and Healthfuland
7l.5'o'clock, p. m., 4 gain on.
fun and kept the house an uproarall I and benediction.
time. An exceptionally large Which the, meeting,adjourned. It
the t Mr. Knowles known by his fellow appetizing. must

crowd was present and these will students .as "Gabby" is well. known .- ,NEW STUDENT LAUNDRY. be ice cold.
back to
and others
bring themselves esteemed
and highly in this city,
the next one given by these Methodists where he attended the University of

young people. If this entertain- Florida receiving his A. B. degree in Another step toward the bringingof ANHEUSERBUSCHST.

ment can be taken as a criterion the 1915 from the College of Arts and facilities to the campus is the Stu-

success of all others is assured. The Sciences, and' the- ...degree of LL..J3. dtnts_ _Laundry; Club, which will be LOUIS
young men of the 'University appreciate from the Law College 1916. When open 'for- business.1: iMonday morning

these efforts on the part of the war was declared he responded noblyto under the direction of "Clem" Theed.

' church people of Gainesville bringto the colors and served his;;cotmtrjr .. Complete 'electric equipment has Serve It cold
them the right kind of enjoyable for several months overseas Since been installed in the JIulbert's Garage I

social entertainment and will-eg-ope- his''return hes has practiced law .in. 'and it is the aim, of,the manager to II ,,;,.r- r"""' -

.. ate with them in all such affairs.:' 'j his home town Bradentown, ,and gives better service for less cost.cslossassaossoaosaos .

there he-will take his fair bride" to'1 A welcome feature of the laundry 1 IEBURNETT

KAPPA ALPHA FRATERNITY- reside. > ,' :; will: D(. the darning of socks and imn mrm+ri rnr n nYtrn'1 n r rnu
r: NEWS Among the -mnn1'weddirigpres"? ts 'mending of all other articles free of

i received by Mr. and Mrs. Knowleswas charge. 4NW u i11rNU.IN4 .

The following men have' been initiated a beautiful 'silver 1teaselpfesent" ., The -.Qwners of the laundry are: W 4u444 N/ / 14.1 JN/y1NIN111W/LN /W yl N NWT /
ed to them '''by the'. members mf ifie
into the Kappa Alpha Frater- Tfceed, James Auld John
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nity this year:
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Nichols -
Landon Fuller ;
McLeod Fla. Henry -FARR LITERARY.. I The Earl of Beaconsfield once said: THE ClOTHIER
bert E. Tampa ; > r> == ==
Fuller Nichols Fla.;,.DeCarr D. ,- ;.. ..1v't. (j"The author who 'speaks about his

Covington Quincy Fla.;' William\ E." Dr. C:- L Crow favored the's&!ety ,sown books' is almost as bad as he

Cannon Gainesville Fla.; J. McHen-- with an Interesting as well 'as instruc I'I!mother who talks about her own chil-

ry Jones Pensacola Fla., Thomas .tive'speech on last Monday evening; I ilren."
Kennedy Pensacola Fla.; Downey That the world is in a turmoil and. i,' Fancy what the'Earl might have !:' ..:::

Blcunt Jacksonville Flair; Eugene H. that 'the need for learned men is im- said had .he known the ovner'of a ..... .., -. .

Drew Jacksonville Fla: perative was the theme of the speech. I.flivver! : SED

They also announce 'the following f Other speakers of the evening were I NUF .
of Monticello. Messrs. Stein and Driver who made A"l Canova, after an illness of fiveor -
pledge: .. .
their points impressive in short snappy six days has returned to his homein "

All niggers what have "cooties" addresses. At the conclusion of Starke to recuperate AI will be ......
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sten two paces '
Company--Halt! added to the society.. next week. SUBSCRIBE TO THE ALLIGATORThe -

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I Gray, left guard. and build the memorial. The memorial The Fernandina NewsRecordbegging is Association.

Vessella's Band opened -its engage- j I Cohen right guard. I will be erected in the recently pur- I the people of that city who I Thus it appears that if the proposed

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The Florida Alligator

Friday, Oct. 10, 1919. 6. -- -
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"Y" stationery has made ANNOUNCEMENT FROM ALPHA
The new

t MAIL OF STUDENTS IS NOW-- MEETING OF THE FRESHMAN CLASS : RECREATION GAMES ARE i I','its appearance sweethearts and have already been served parents no- I TAU OMEGA FRATERNITY

I II tice that the "Y" is on job. Ij i The Alpha Omega Chapter of the

The Freshman Class at last I I remember to write to Mother. I Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity has initiated -

ed. The Rats had a hard n.gan-I UNDER AUSPICES OF Y. M. C. A. j We are now working on plans for I the following new men:

t UNVERSITY STATION POSTOF- lecting officers because they had too I II MINOR SPORTS MAKE THEIR our Bible study program and hope i Francis Parker, Frank Paul, Ken
t FICE OPENS AT COLLEGE CAMPUS to have our announcements soon that ; "Pete" Harris
The APPEARANCE ON neth DeWitt, OsmondeBie
good men for the places. I
r many I
INN. each man may have a part in this I and John Thompson, of Tampa
I air was saturated with the eloquent ;
I Every Man Expectd to Take Some !great University Bible Study Plan. I II Floyd Ferris and Logan Berry, of
The University has ice of string of speeches and outbursts of I E I I
a postof Form of Play Ground Exercise Ev- I II' Jacksonville; Jefferson Davis and

: : its own and no more will the bewildered applause followed each one. Each ery Day.-Boxing, Push Ball and MEETING OF TAMPA CLUB !Hugh Hough, of Quincy, Henry Gray

r Rat travel betwixt the "Y," the successful candidate responded to the Tennis to Begin Soon. I' The Tampa Club held its second ji II j and Joe White, of ,Gainesville; How.
window down
general delivery calls for speeches with some modest -- meeting of the year, Oct. 8, in the j ard L. Mayes: of Pensacola; C. y
and back to the offices of the University i i I
i. for his all important mail; for' remark about how highly appreciative The minor sports have begun to I Gym. At this meeting the following ; Byrd, of Live Oak; Rollie Tillman,

i make their appearance on the campus |officers were elected: W. J. Bivens, j of Lake Ware; Harvey Wiggins, cf
1 he for the honor be-
t all mail paths lead to University Station -i was great :
and by the middle of next week they President; R. B. Hunter, Vice Presi- ;j Bartow; L. N. Wade, and William G.
at the College Inn. Nevermorewill stowed upon him. Merrin, of Plant
i will be in full swing-volley ball, I dent; Herbert Ford Secretary and iI j Ward, of Miami.SUSPICIOUS.
old men and Rats alike dig downinto i io
selected President. Pea-
City, was Treasurer Joe Rosenthal, Seargeant-
ball ball
their fishhook pockets for the i .playground giant volley I ;
l cock, of Tampa, was elected Vice- quoits, boxing push ball and tennis. 'At-Arms; G. Curtis, Reporter. Also SYMPTOMS
t wherewithal to pay the freight on i I (
t President, and Hall, of Miami was Every man will be expected to take three committees were appointed. A ,
their mail from town to college. I II '
some form of play ground exercise social and a decoration committee, I
I, The University Station fills a great I made Secretary and Treasurer. Pete I "I don't know what to make of that
each It for him !and committee to draw up a Constitution -
day. is to a
f' need, for our 600 students receive as i I II Harris, of Tampa, was elected as the necessary II I bald-headed guy that comes in most
do so for his own physical welfare of which W. J. Bivins was
much mail as a town of two or three i and "If
I Honor Representative. j I Ii every day, : always says you I
\ and also for the welfare of this University appointed chairman. |
thousand. I All officers showed clearly that I II and his fellow students. i The purposes of the Club, namely, j! rlease,' and 'Thank you'," admitted;
The station is ready for business at I I : Claudine ,of the rapid-fire restaurant"Why
r I they were intended for speed demons] On next Wednesday evening, the to pull together, and to take an ac- ;
,;- all times; whenever the College Inn as they ran the initiation gauntlet I\"Y" will have its first popular meet-I i tive part in the college life, were ful- ; he seems like a nice gentleman -
opens the station opens; and when I /' returned Helcise, of the
An forth by the President. Plans Fame
through about three hundred men. I ing. excellent program is being ly set
I .. the Inn closes, the station closes. arranged. It is thought best to have I for the coming year were suggestedand establishment. He generally leaves a
Mail is brought to the sub-station dime tar and never tries to get fresh
AGRICULTURAL CLUB I this service at 7:30 so that men can discussed and several good ones
three times daily. The first mail comes I or anything of the kind. Mebby he'sa
I attend and enjoy the service and then were adopted. A very promisingyear
t I out with the rural free delivery about I The Ag. Club held its second meet-I,get back to their studies for the next I is looked forward to by all. minister."

r 9 a. m. Then directly after the ing last Monday evening with day. One cannot afford to miss these I After the regular business, the "More likely he's a crock. Some-
I It
f afternoon trains at 1:30 and 3:30 the
house. An influx of new members indicates ,meetings for they are planned to -be meeting rras turned over to R. B. tMn? rn'ehtv oueer about him. ='':;-
t mail is carried out to the College Inn. I
that the club is to be extraordinarily refreshing, both intellectually and Hunter, who welcomed the new men way. Twruldn't urrrise me if hwas
1 Mail is taken up three times a day. I I'j I strong this coming I spiritually. It is hoped that the first into the club with the usual Tampa P high! ode: confidence man.

The first time by the rural free delivery I I,i and will be felt more than ever year as a meeting will, be largely attended, Club thoroughness. The meeting ad- 'Tain't nntu--al for a guy to be as dnt -.-

'j carrier about 11 a. m. Then !I society on the campus. t and if you come to the first meetingyou journed with the proper installationof '** as that feller 'peak's to b'." -
2 and 4 o'clock in the ''after-
again at
the officers. .
the others. E
i i An impromptu subject and debate are sure come to change.T
noon. i
''s is brought out many witticisms and a I -:;
i The entire student body expected .
i good deal of laughter. Mr. E. A.Haynie .
to have its mail sent to the University j
Station.To 'I of the Smith-Hughes Schoolsgave ''I id +J Cda7C n+Sd S1Cd n+SJC3CSd'' + KSfXX+ Gi + c4 c C+ + + + + +N + +%%+SI

an interesting talk along the
avoid any errors in address, i
students will have their letters sent ire line of his department, pointingout I

to the University Station, Gainesville.Fla. I the openings and possibilities of MEL.LO

I the new work. Lively; music furnishedby a. pel.L.OWS e.

t i iI' Messrs. Icenhour and Klock, on +

I' First BOOK on EducationThe I stringed instruments was greatly en- 8

fcrst hook on education Overwritten I Ii jcyed by all. Then, after a shoat business +

i ano printed !P Ecgliso va sir I session, an enrollment of new

; Thomas Elyots "Governour' pHDiisb-! I members was made, after which the I
ed In 1531 Jlucb that is dont e v-nat :. meeting adjourned. ,
this day for the education or oovs ,

I In and this girls.bOOk In the schools was suggested I i I Roman Heating System. i. ? ;:E; ; ..

Like many other Roinnn houses that
have been unearthed in England one = 1- Z4 .pp-Hf10 yx

Qualification.When recently brought! to light was heated
men strive for moats of trust by a system called "hyporaust." The 1 -I Ii
they must be somewhat pO! like themselves entire basement was one hg! furnace "
1 1I
\ and ctcnd steady Herbert from which flues ascended built Into i 'f -

Kaufman.Positions. the va'.ls A wood fire was kept in \ I / = :
i I the basement the fuel being fed In u. \

from an outside cnnex. through an \ ./ _
arch !in the \\all. The bouse I.
for the Fair Sex. I : recently 1 1I
i Several bank presidents in tha I dug out is in a state of excellent I Ii \
1 1i
J femallcr lou. are women as well aa i preservation. a
clerks, tellers and cashiers. Government II
experts frequently are among !! Importance of Physiognomy.Do + -
I the fair sex whose deftness of touch tif
you believe a man with a weed
makes their fingers especially eClcacioua -
i tr.g chin is likely to get along is well -I Ir !-
: for such work as that of the
In this world as a man with a chin --I f
plead letter office.MOSELEY'S.
I that pre pct8?" "It all depends upon ---
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; the chin that projects is merely workIng A -
Pipes and Tobacco Peanuts. his war up from the bottom 1 l -i f +
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.-mv woula) tot be ot Taut Import -- ,
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