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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
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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 17, 1919
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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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>.
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The Florida Alligator


Vol. VIII. University of Florida, Gainesville, Friday, Oct. 17, 1919. __ No. 3.
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great war, and the time was there- 1-sign up the troop o: the merits of'i'

WOMAN DEBATES fore ripe for ner to add culture and former years. MUSEUM OPENED

refinement to the Law Department.The o. An extensive tour will be made this

negative apparently rebuttedthe year and all principle cities with opera I

IN LAWYERS CLUB arguments when Norton insisted house facilities will be visited. In I IN SCIENCE HALL

that restraint and handicap to both previous years many smaller towns'were

I sexes would result were they t.> study I visited and although the men I

MISS VIDAL APPEARS BEFORE law in the same class rooms. He I met with a hearty welcome at each CURATOR VAN HYNING HAS VAL-

JOHN :MARSHALL WITH VERY I I opined that the hand which, since the I stop, the financial returns were not UABLE AND INTERESTING COL-

STRONG ARGUMENT: IN DE- mind of man ran not to the contrary good as in the larger cities and there- i, LECTION. DIFFERENT VAR.

BATE. had been wont to rock the cradle, jfoie i it is the policy of the directors!I IETIES OF CURIOS.
would more than'likely be too proneto to stop at only the larger town this]

rock the. ship of state, as lawyersare | year. j I
Subject for Debate: "Resolved: That in the majority in the legisla- Lucas Will Direct Show. Lack of Funds Hampers Work of

the College of Law of the University ture. i I Lester Lucas, of Ocala, formerly a I Placing Collections in Show Cases.

of Florida Should Be :Made Co. Sympathy and admiration, expressed -', j prominent minstrel man, will direct -Large Number of Exhibits Now

EducationaL" I through the medium of prolonged! I the show. :Mr. Lucas was with the On Display in Special Rooms.
. j Coburn :Minstrels for several
I applause throughout her address and years,
Traditions, cherished customs, precepts which at the stirring climax broke I i and became well known over the I Petrified Kings, ancient butter,

and everything else owned by forth in such volume that the sergentat South. He is at present living at I I Scotch dogs, mummies, p ic k led

the John :Marshall Debating Society arms was unable to restrain it,I 1 Ocala, and plans were made to have snakes and so forth are what you

-including the heretofore dignified coupled with a favorable descision by --' him direct the show last year, but I I will find if you go to the Museum

decorum of that august assembly, the judges, was the reward which I E. D. BEGGS owing to the disorganization of mat on the second floor of Science HalL

were ruthlessly broken, and destroyed Miss Vidal prepared for her part of I ters after the war, the scheme was I There is on our campus a Museum

Saturday morning in the Moot the exercises. When she addressed the!! President of the Combined Senior dropped. I which is very little known to the student -
Court room at the Law College when(chair and turned to open her debate: Class and a representative Uniwrsity! Dalton Is Manager. body. It is the Florida State

the John Marshall Debating Society I it seemed as though her face was i iy man. Dick is a Senior in the Law Frank Spain heads the :Minstrel I Museum and its value probably exceeds -

held its regular weekly meeting. Reg- lighted by internal fires, that all the 'College and one of the most popularmen Organization as President, and Joe [ any one department on the
ular in the sense that the business!penned up desires of women for; self- on the campus. Dalton, of Tampa, will be ::\Jalager.j I i campus, altho only a small fraction of
:the material owned by the museum is
calender called for it but in every other -I (Continued On Page 5.) :Members of the Combined senior t (Continued on page six) ion
display for lack of room and dis-
way distinctly unusual and extra- 'I Classes met recently and elected the' .
play cases.
ordinary. For the first time in the :following officers for 1920:

annals of the John :Mrashall Societyand GATORS ARE READY Pres., E. D. Beggs; Vice Pres. LARGE CROWD ASSEMBLED Museum The first was collection obtained from owned Mr.by Hoyt the,

the Law College the gentler tones Weyche Getsen Sec. and Treas.
!who lived on the Seven Oaks Farm
of a female of the species were heard I FORJWER GAME Henry Warner; Hon. Com. Rep., T. AT THE CITRUS SEMINAR:near Clearwater, Fla. He lived on

in debate on the floor of the rostrom. D. Williams. i this large farm, the lawn of which is

During the first week of the pres- MEN IMPROVING UNDER STRENUOUS Plans were made for the Senior t MANY EXHIBITIONS OF FARM :. shaded by seven large oaks, and from

ent semester Miss Erma Vidal, one of WORKOUTSEXPECT Classes of the respective colleges to MACHINERY DEMONSTRATED 1, these the place was named. In his
Gainesville's winsome lassies after elect their officers later.SATURDAY'S .
a Mr. collected
days, Hoyt
conference with Dr.Murphree: and the! ', FROM GEORGIA. SPEAKERS PRESENT. almost complete set of North Amert.
Dean of the Law College, was in- rc>;;- :::::, :::=::;" j I can birds, which he obtained partly
formed that no rule of the University through travel and partly through
Gainesville High Defeats DuvaL Pros- t GAMES Ql' Fourth Annual Livestock Roundup Isj 1
prohibited a woman student from at- ; ex,"hange. He continued collectinguntil
pects for Intercollegiate Tract Meet Big Success. Bidders From All
tending the class lectures in the law ; A. : he died about a year ago.
'f The Surrounding Sections Attend.
Are Good. Much
Interest Shown
and generally from absorbing : Ala. Poly. vs. Clemson at Au- n
department -
In University Students Give Aid. :Mr. Davis heard of the collectionand
what ever amount of moistureshe : I y 1:urn. Chicago vs. Purdue, at t Ai I opened negotiations to obtainit.

could soak up from the fountainof i i Chicago. Columbia vs. Williams Terms were finally agreed on
The Fourth Annual Citrus Seminarand
knowledge; so long as she did not Mercer will arrive at Gainesville' i Ut. New York. Cornell vs. CoIn I and the University purchased it. Last

care to register in the college ani take I Friday, with the strongest team the ; ? rate at Ithaca. Dartmouth vs. 'ti .. the Fourth Annual Livestock winter, Prof. Van Hynning spent the I III I
part in the class discussions and secure -. Gators have had to buck yet. Strenuous -! i i.i Penn State at Hanover. Ga. Roundup were formally opened on entire: winter at Seven Oaks prepair- I

credit in the courses she would be training has practically ironed ': f vs. Univ. of the South at Ath- A Thursday morning, Oct. 14th, by a I I II ing the collection to be sent to
out the few weak places brought out Vanderbilt at A joint meeting in the new Gym. This I .
considered a welcome visitor. Beingan r ens. Ga. Tech. vs. Gainesville. After getting the collec-
enterprising girl, she decided to by the Ga. A. & :M. game, and as new i I; Atlanta. Harvard vs. Brown at n{ meeting was addressed by Dr. A. A. tion here, he mounted as much of it
men are reporting out to ev-i Univ. of Murphree, Dean P. H. Rolfs, B. G.
take the course, prepare herself for practice t Cambridge. :Mercer vs. Q as he had room for and arranged upa
the state bar examination and bgin I cry week, it makes keener competition' H )Fla. at Gainesville. Xorthwestt Hamner and E. L. Nortmann. small museum.
When she |for each position. The team playing i' Wis. at Evanstown. *i The Citrus Seminar program started -
the practice of the law. : | prn vs. This small room served as the Flor-
knocked: at the portals of the John I[ Saturday will show what two weeks I H Princeton vs. Fordham, at "t j at 10:00 on Tuesday morning and! ida State Museum for a number of

Marshall Debating Society, she was: mo-e of coaching can do for the Ga-j'I Princeton. Syracuse vs. Pitts- 1; 'ends tonight at eight o'clock. I years. During this time the Curator

received with open arms and i* was }' tors and what they can do for Ga. the; f burg, at Pittsburg. Tenn. vs. t< j I Lectures were delivered on every; was getting specimens in shape to be \
following week in Tampa. I I i't? Knoxville. U. S. 11tj phase of the citrus question that
discovered that no such shackfiles t' :Mo. Aggies, at t put away so that if at any time more
bound that organization to such strin- !| With support equal to that of last tj? :Military Academy vs. :Maine at 7? !; could interest the citrus growers from space were obtained he could use it

gent rules as to the sex of membersand I j game's, a harder game and a better West Point. Yale vs. Boston < 1!' the problems of shipping and freight at once. Each piece was cataloguedand
H A .rates down to the various fertilizersand
she was accordingly without delay -:team, every student is anxiously u College at New Haven. f to each was attached a card con-
admitted to the full benefits of i awaiting the sound of the referee's A pests of the citrus trees. taining full data about it and the
I \.4>:::.. :::::....;: ==:: =:: .;;:::;: An extensive sale of Pure Bred
American Ortholo-
the organization.The I whistle when the two teams line upon name used by the
days passed into the great army << Fleming field Saturday. I I Aberdeen-Angus Cattle on the college gist Union.

yesterday, and in due course' Duval vs. Gainesville (H. S.) ; UNIV. MINSTREL MEN i,farm opened the Livestock Roundup ', The second big collection was the
The then :
was continued -
of time she was placed on the program -'I Before an equal number of fans that program. program t Loring Memorial. To obtain this col-

to represent the affirmative side ,,1 have ever attended a university game, WILL MAKE MERRY;. in Peabody Hall, where lectures lection of jewelry, Lambrequins, pictures
and addresses enjoyed by
of the query: Resolved: That the College I Gainesville High administered a defeat -- i I were vases, etc., the Museum entered
the University of Flor- the visiting "live stock" men, alsoi
of law of to Duval that her TAKEN into an agreement with the lor-
"live stock" until late
ida should be Co-Educational. As a in the for cham i some women, ing heirs that in return for the col-
team mate on this question she had ; ,pionship.Bad FOR I/;this afternoon. j j lection they would fix up a special
Mr. Mu-rell a mere man and a rat at ANNUAL FLORIDA GREATER Another thing which drew the interest ro m in the Museum to be known as
plays and fumbles on both : of of visitors
our was
ineffectually MINSTRELS. many Memorial. This
that. The Negative was The Loring memor-
sides showed up a need of further ;the Second Annual Tractor and Farm '
represented by :Mr. Norton and Mr. ial must be completed by February,
training that will come as the sea- Machinery exhibit. There many*I
Edrehri. We say ineffectually because!" Rehearsals Will Start At Once and: 1920.
son progresses. Both teams had demonstrations and exhibits to at- ;, W. born in
the judges o fthe debate. Bailey, Watson General W. Loring was
Show Will Take the Road Af-
: good line material with perhaps a lit- tract the interest of every spectator.
and Mellor handed down a de- : Wayne county, North Carolina. In
tle Duval's sid-i. TheD. ter Semester Exams. Under Di- I
extra weight I
on The attendance and interest shown)
scision of 2 to 1 in favor of the affir-! i 1823 he came with his parents to
mative.A i H. S. backfield showed some pretty rection of Lester Lucas. !I in the roundup and seminar this year I! Florida being only twelve years of

goodly number of spectators at-; work in right and left shifts pat-! : far excells that of any previous year.;i i| age. General Loring ran away from

tracted by the unusualness of the pro- ;> terned after the famous Minnesota Organization of the staff of the ,The exhibits and lectures also surpass I I tome to fight in the Texan war and
gram had flooded the court room to shift of 1910. Gainesville's backfielddid Fifth Annual Florida Greater Minstrels ;those of former times and it is safe i iI I remained so occupied until the end

see or rather hear the theory of some credible work in line plung-I has been started and plans are to say that if. such interest is continued -!lof the war, after which he became a

King Lear that a woman's voice shouldbe ing and end runs. Padgett playingthe being made for the initial tryout I this Seminar and Roundup will I member of the company raised in St.

"ever soft, tender and low" dis- stellar role.Quarterback I which will take place tonight in the, be looked to as the event of the year I Augustine for the Seminole War, and

pioved. tI was merely an ordinary I Glass of G. H. S. was New Gym. Prospects for the largest!| by all in future years. during this war he received his commission -

mosaic debate, as society debates run removed from the field during the second and best show of Florida's minstrel as Captain. Two years later -

during the first two arguments. Mur- quarter with a broken arm, after history are good and although there I Fellows, everybody speaks on our he studied law and was elected to

rell. who opened, was of the opinion having played a star game at quarter. I campus. The Davidsonian. the Florida Legislature. He left the
that woman's sphere had been greatly The work of the line men on both the Minstrel .I I legislature to accept a commission as

broadened by experiences in the worldof I teams is worth mentioning as neither material looks promising, and man-I Boost the U. of F. official news- Major in the Mexican War, and it

business and industry during the:i: (Continued On Page 6.) agers over the state are anxious tred o I paper. (Continued On Page 6.)


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I me.uu ...._...-....._.<11'1.. _. -""' --r--- : ,- ,--::-:. estofltfi?stalentsllana t e lbzrrtni -
Tected that+'large quanmroi Green, right forward. ;d plans outlined to raise; funds T req
will be
fruit is
color News-Record
size and off Gray, left guard. ; and build the memoriaL The memorial The Fernandina
of that city, who' Thus it appears that if the proposed
erected in the recently begging the people
; Cohen, right guard. will be purchased the
Band opened its engage- is approved by
build houses for budget system
forward C. Anderson Riverside avenue, are able to do so, to
Sunday for Subs: C. Duncan, ; park on Two
meat in Augustine on Continued on Page )
:[ center; G. Stanley guard. known as Memorial Park. rental
February and March. ( I

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'. IA.'" MILITARYDRILL B22. Massey, H. S. and have-them- --in Oxfords and DORAN'S BICYCLE SHOP
B23. 3Iatlock, M. B. we
Bals. They are the best you can buy
I East Main Street.
Arnt Tiller, fiftyyearoldfreshman 24. Merchant, H. M. i
SCHEDULE for Tennis, Gymnasium or any kind
.1 : of the University of Washington C25. Milam, G. W.
t t in Everybody's for October, is A26. Millican, E. W. of sporting wear. For Bicycles, Motorcycles, Accessories
not playing end on the class football Saturday, Oct. 18. Squad Drill, A27. Mitchell, M. E. L. C. SMITH
and Repairs.
1 f'I'1 team but maintains that track, football without arms, 1 hour. C2S. Nichols, C. H. North Side of Square. !

i parties and dramatics are a very Monday, Oct. 20. Squad Drill, A29. Ogilvie, R. -------- -- --- --- --
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important part of one's college without arms, 1 hour. A30. Sale, D. B. .. rxxiCXXXOOOOOCOOCXXXXXXDOOOCXXXXXXXXXXJOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOTTO
course. If Freshmen Tiller's money- Wednesday, Oct. 22. Squad drill, C31. Scott, L W. T
r earning luclc holds he expects to with arms, 1 hour. C32. Simmons, A. C.
r graduate with the class. of 1922. Thursday, Oct. 23. Squad Drill, D33. Sollee, A. X. I F. STOCK, TAILOR1919
1 I He firmly believes that a freshman _- .
with arms, 1 hour. D34. Stevens, H. Q.
t is as young as he feels and is Saturday, Oct. 25. Squad Drill, C35. Tillman, W. H. '. ."
i I' particularly anxioas not to bet -
with arms, 1 hour. D36. Todd, L. E.
thought an old fogy just because he -
i Monday, Oct. 27. Competitive drill B37. Webb, R. S.
Fall and Winter Samples on DisplayALTERATION -
has entered the race for booklearning -
by squads. A38. Wilson, J. N.
a bit later than most people. ,
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Thursday, Oct. 30. CompetitiveDrill C39. Ward, H. F.
r "The mind and body are entirelyseparate
t "
by squads.
'. ; "says Mr. Tiller, "and the Thursday, ,Oct. 3$. Competitive D41.D40. Traxler Winfield, J.J. G.A. f REPAIRING AND PRESSING I IOOOOOOOOOOOC'XXXXXXXXXXXQXOOOOCVOOOOOOOocxxxxJOOo
t! former can keep on developing after Drill by squads.OFFICERS B42. Van
.: the latter has reached maturity. The
mind can go on and on. Just one A43. Yeats, M. L. : : : : )

i thing, and only one thing, can stop D44. McAlexander, W. L.
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himself become cranky can't learn Infamous organizations on the l-

i anything now and might as well be BE CAPTAINS: campus of the University of Florida: 8 Popular Goods :: AT :: Popular Prices J i
I dead. 1. Stringfellow, H. R. Sons of Freedom; George Washington I
1 E I Arnt Tiller has had to work so 2. Yancey, M. N. Chapter of Bolsheviki; Hell Bent .-"-. ATBURKHIMS-- *,.".,

+ hard all his life, at everything, from 3. Williams, T. D. Society and Alpha Sigma Psi. rY5P'A'oP'
f I i I' mining to shipbuilding, that he only 4. Hurlebaus, E. B.

: I had time last year, when he was over TO BE FIRST LIEUTENANTS: The Florida Alligator, $1.50 yearly. A .. .. ftF
:c "w"w"w A &;&---h N'M.;... J,:, ............__J-....11'M Ptx'k'N"71"M"M'7r/'MY'w
! I=: fifty, to nail down his high-school 1. De Silva H. R.
diploma. 2. Bache, H. F.
!I Then he looked across Lake Union 3. Bushnell, H. H. "T,
I :j and observed the students coming 4. Kent, S. G.
i : and going on the campus of the Uni- 5. Hanson, S. C.

! II versity of Washington. After a while 6. Thomas, C. S.
he couldn't think of anything else but ..iii -,-,,.,. .

;1 :!f i a paid college last year education.to the The shipyard high wages work- 1. Marshall, A. P. .--1111111 a..
2. Westmoreland, R. L., Jr. ..
j II! ers gave him his chance to save.
3. De Vane, C. L.
:! When September came around, he .III"
4. Clemons, J. C. "
'J enrolled for higher learning. He 4 ,
5. Stapleton, H. V. .
took the full schedule of sixteen \
I I hours and particularly likes his TO BE SERGT. MAJOR: I
I 1. Quinn, E. B. i41r:1
I "eight o'clock" where he is never :
; English Norwegian
composition, .. .
t t U; culture, zoology and public SERGT.: "..............:.:.........'. -.:.:..... ;;; f ......
fl i speaking were checked off his study 1. Friedlander, H. M. ::-".. .....I ...:. .
i; list last year. : \J. /
: '. l
; Mr. Tiller does his own housekeeping 1. Auld, J. E. 111"\ ,
i in 2. Hubbard ..... ,,1,1\" \ ,r' t. /
his boarding-house room, McCoy 11. / I \ ;II
j which is some distance from the cam 3. Tatom, Louis !:f.n .,}. "
; pus and from which he walks every 4. Wells, W. G. ( ,,
: day to college.-Times-Union. TO BE COLOR SERGEANT:

t 1. Copeland, G. R.
i Holland-Judge, if a warrant TO BE SERGEANTS: % \ '
i ; states to bring the baby, does it matter Cl. Christiance, D. L. i\k!\;! "
i whether it is dead or live? A2. Mahoney, W. H. i* 5' -- I"

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Hurrah for the Alligator! A4. McKey, W. A.

Bo. Knight, D. B.

NEW YORK RACKET 6. Gordon, R. H. L4? cases out of ten, the man
: 7. Keen, David W. NINE
; # once smokes a W D C Pipe
i D8. Pfeiffer, C. A.
Agent for 9. Hamilton, G. C. ti ''' becomes a life member of the W D C

FLORSHEIM SHOES D10. Byrd; C. Y. club. He can't help it, because aW

A12.All. Anderson O'Bryant,, C.H. P. D C is certainly a man's size smoke.

B13. Canova, F. A. It's as sweet and mellow as carefully

B14. DeWolf, A. B. selected French briar and expert sea-
CIS. Hiatt, C. R.
soning can make it. Not materialof
; (/J 0 J Ft 16. Sherman, J. S. only

t 1lC Jle'tCe 17. Redman, R. P. I the first water, but craftsmanship of

18. Hunter, R. B. the highest order, and designs that are
1 19. Link, C. T.
1s most pleasing-all combine to make the
D20. Williams, L. D.
C :t IHUOOO 21. Klock, J. H. i mm \VD C Pipe a smoke of peace, content-

D22. Hogarth, L. A. ment and satisfaction. A man's smoke.

HOME' OF GOOD PIGTURES C23.D24. Pratt Edrehi, ,A.J.B.M.TO Any good dealer will confirm this.

Dl. Barco, C. K. WM. DEMUTH 8* CO.. NEW YORK
D2. Battle, G. C.
D3. Blume, J. V.


C5. Cooper, R. F.

C6. Curtis, G. Ifili
KODAKS C7. DiCorte, F. V. i w I Ltbb

CUTLERY All.12. Gill Ellsworth, B. D. L. II. 0.Nt0.t..ec.GeecQC................t ft8..6..it'

A13. Gillen, P. H. .

Baird Hardware Co. B14. Hearn, J. r. Jr F'e11ovvs I

Phone 7. Gainesville. B15. Hunter, F. R. --
.< BIG. Hurst, J. V. .

B17. Inman, J. C. I' We want your "co-operation". When i
B8. Driggers, R. L. you find a good joke, poem or miscel- I

Pipes and Tobacco Peanuts. A9. Buckworth, R. E. lanious article send it
A10. Dyer, W. H. II Boost the U. of F. official newspaper to the office.

CIGARS, CIGARETTES C19. Keller, F.' M. Contribute to The ALLIGATOR. I

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-ator '. Friday, Oct.. 17, 1919. 5 The Florida Alligator
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PEABODY CLUB Florida that we are all working. How QSiIIa=3'Q.R-_ __.QQQaNlI....d>iElQQItQtlQQ81M

p SOCIAL about it? G. R. Copeland, ( g.

The main feature of Monday's pro- Herbert Managing Freidlancer Editor., J!; a ALACHUA BARBER SHOP E
AO. CLUB am was to have been a debate on I I .
the question: "Resoved: That the F. Asst. Man. Editor. Q. .u

WON The Ag. Ciuo held its regular meeting S.V.. C. and the U. of F. should be! News Schedule. .
: Monday night with a large crowd- .:nosolidated" but owing to the apal-I Monday:-Hand in all jokes, poems I: SPECIAL' RATES TO STUDENTS :a:

attendance, and a very interesting t tj Jig negative lack ,of the material gentlemen in support this of side the:I and Tuesday miscellaneous Report articles.of all Organiza- .j Haircut 25c; Massage 25c; Shave 15c; Shampoo 25c. =.
+ on
.o ram was .
j j I M
tions having meetings Moday night
OOCx j asked the permission of the ;
To initiate the Rats into the pro-|I president = =

four. I mysteries of Roberts Rules of I i to withdraw from the debate and yield. Fraternity VednesdayAny news. special features I: NE7T DOOR TO PALM PARLOR, EAST. ==
01-ir and to give all men practice in:the field to their opponents of the af- 91 .
which want us to print. Social'
you -
firmative. The n
before crowd I president gave his permission .
!speaking a thirty minute -! i
of the to this request and thus the i news. Personals. I.1ILrIl: _:Qd1iQQ9>1QQ73QII000lQlQQQ1QQG000LQ".lQ000IQQQQQQQ.
; parliamentary practice was I
I All other
champions of the fair damsels came I Thursday- news.
first thing on the program. During]I is .
:- Paper published.In
off triumphant from this bloodless
his practice may important motions!i i i '1r1rM mryrryT ,
introduced. dual. (Tallahassee take note.) I handing in copy to the Gator,I II rrn.ryr. .nr ?rn 1'rnyrmm rr'r nrrrrrrnrr.nm wwwn.Mwrn
were I lit will be appreciated if you will'
The latter of I Mr. Durrance recalled traditions of
part the meeting was
type-write it entirely. This saves time[
given over to the business of the club.I former years when he gave a splendid and avoids mistakes.Additional. I
1 All members of the Ag. Club are talk on the way in which the club I
requested to be present next Monday should be conducted. this talk proved I II ae

night so as to make the Ag. Club lead j i a veritable well of inspiration to all
all other societies on the campus in I present and will do much to build up Locals"Pinky"

- attendance. I the proper Peabody spirit.

I II Following this, the meeting was
PARR LITERARY SOCIETY turned oper to M. Cason who pro-
; I
Vinson's father and brotherof
ceeded to officiate at the initiation of ;
. Pensacola attended the sale
./Ir of bo- o
"Rats Out" was the password of the the new members. For pure, scientific s'e f
stock held :
gas on the farm last lues- -
Farr Literary Society Monday evening, efficiency in this delicate art, Mr. day. &Ko aff-uoar'eound soft drink ;
r and all Rats who came out met witha I: Cason canot be beaten and under the f
I -x- i .
direction of "His Majesty" the new
t big surprise. This surprise was \V. R. Briggs has been on the cam-
some eats which had been preparedby men were soon "painfully aware" that I s
pus this week, attending the Semi-
the Herbert they were full-fledged members of
president, Friedlinder.
nar and renewing old friendships."Winnie" Fellowship college or 3 I
Peabody. During the mystic ceremon-
Next in importance to the eats wasa
well presented talk on the Steel ies, there wer discovred geniae of var-I was a graduate of the Ag- out of flourishes best
I II ious and sundry kinds. Some showed ricultural College and has been ap-
II Strike by Maurice Stein. Other fea-
I t pointed County Agent for Manatee ? '
I tures of the program were a recita-:o great talent in the gentle art of "nos- County. with good food and wholesome

tion by Herbert Friedlander and a do ing' a match across the hall. Genuine drink. Ice-cold -
I I bate between some of th Rats. The prima donnas made their blushing
subject for the debate was: "Resolvedthat appearance. And the indoor sports :s t"BIEBBBBHBIBBHBBE> ..li i Bevo-unexcelled among
closed when "Rat" Donalson took theo .
the broom is more useful than
the umbrella". The affirmative was "crawling" championship of the eve- 1 Ir Fraternities i beverages in purity and ,
victorious so the speakers of the negative ning. As a final "last full measure ofdevotion" .
side were put "around the ta-i the new-made ones lan a 1 u-QQ1 > QQQQQB-.SRdQOQiia-.D-_-_-,f healthfulness-is most

ble". After this incident, it was de-I gauntlett seething with strap oil and SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON drink -
'! satisfying as a by
cided among the "Old Men" that the elbow grease.

"Rat Judges" had rendered a poor decision -I Florida Upsilum Chapter of Sigma itself or a relish with _

so they also travelled around TO STUDENT ORGANIZATIONSOwing Alpha Epsilon announces the follow-
i ij the table. ing initiates: food that makes a hap

Before adjourning the society Prof. C. S. Willoughby, Gaines-
to the fact that the Univer- pier
ville, George and Richard repast.
agreed that the meeting was a SUCcess Stanley,
iI by a unanimous vote.pnESBYTERIAJ' \ sity is now a sure-cough large school Jacksonville; R. J. Ulmer, of I
the staff of the Allifiator will be or-
Largo; J. G. Dowling, of Green I II
ganized differently than in former Cove Springs; J. B. Johnson, and ANHEUSER-BUSCH, ST.LOUIS

I SOCIAL FOR years. I 1 I E. Jones, Bartow; Mitchell \V.I
Each student organization will be Madison; E. Wilkinson, .

I held strictly responsible for the ma- town; C. E. Patterson, Muscogee; I V j .

The ladies' palors of the Presbyterian terial handed in for publication. It E. B. Wilson, Jr., and S. O. Sindelie, It must be
Sunday school rooms were the is suggested that each society or club St. Petersburg, and E.. W. Bouyer, I

scene of a festive gathering Tuesday have its reporter, .a wide-awake man Lakeland. Pledge: Spencer Roache, Ice Gold

I IIt j evening when the Christian Endeavor to look after the publicity for that High Springs I 1 1w

Society etertained complimenting the organization. Instruct him to turn a 2E )
report of your meetings in each time
University students. The rooms whichare THETA CHI
spacious and airy were made un- directly after meeting and then your I

.usually bright and attractive with publicity will be given without any Tau chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity .IY1..1114111H11 lu.a S '!i, S.Y IYJ//ILYI VWyWr

vases of cut flowers and ferns. hesitation.The announces the following initiatesof
As the guests arrived all were given Editor has had much trouble in this year:

tissue paper caps of different colors, ; gathering the reports of various club G. Ballard Simmonds, Ponce De

and on each cap the name of the meetigs after the time alloted for Leon; Hoyt Carlton Wauchula; Al- '

wearer was written thus eliminating their appearance had passed. This exander E. Oleson Pensacola; Olli- _/11M//11/N{IIY11MM

fomal inroductions. The style and makes the paper late in appearing on I ver Pierce Taylor, Miami, Fla.; John

fit of the caps caused much merriment, the campus.To IT. Clark, Tampa, Fla.; John Herndon ---- -- - ---------- ------- --
some becoming and attractive an.l oth- the fraternal organizations, the Hansbrough, Tampa, Fla.; John Wil-

ers very much the opposite. above will apply as well as to the oth-,liam Mellor, Pensacola Fla. CLOTHIER

Several games were played and ad- er organizations. The amount of pub-i BURNETT == JHF ==
ded to the general mirh and informality licity you receive will depend on your iI I K.A.DAXCE

of the evening. Possibly the ones, support in this matter. A special I

most enjoyed were a "peanut hunt" column will be reserved for fraternity -I Members of the Kappa Alpha fra-

and a "flour contest. Impromptumusic news and in it will go any reason- ternity entertained with a most de-

added much to the pleasue of able amount of news regarding your lightful dance in their atractive

the evening. A parody on "Home, fraternity which you may wish to rooms last Saturday night.

Sweet oHme," by Kenneth Smith, was publish. I i Several members of the K. A. alumni -
quite a treat. Alike column will be conducted for, were present to enjoy the affair. NUF SED

During the evening a delicious ice social affairs and clubs on the campus., These were Frak Merrin, Tom Dunk

course of orange ice and wafers was Get behind us fellows and the Alligator '.and Charlie Johnson, from Jackson-

served. There was a large crowd will take its place with the other -': ville.
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success in every way. country. It is for a larger and better. Jazz. SUBSCRIBE TO THE ALLIGATOR-

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size and off Gray, left t ed, and plans outlined to raise funds f request of the ;tn an t a Alumni #
guard. and build the memorial. The memor- The Fernandina News-Record is! Association.
Vessella's Band opened its engagement { Cohen, right guard. I bi
ial will be erected in the recently purchased begging the people of that city, who! Thus it appears that if the proposed
in St. Augustine on Sunday ) : C. Duncan forward; C. Anderson '
i park on Riverside avenue, are able to do so, to build houses for budget system is approved by the '.
February and March. j center; G. Stanley, guard. | known as Memorial Park. rental.. (Continued on Page Twos )


The Florida .

Friday, Oct. 17, 1919. ___n__ __ __ 4 -- I- ---..
:: -:- but also makes those football stars ........II.I...........-.-,- S HOE S

\ t THE FLORIDA ALLIGATORPrinted who are now playing for P. C. H. S. I Gator Bites

look forward to the time when their J H B. M. TENCH '
and published by the students of the University of Florida every names shall appear in they Spokesman H

Thursday in their own print shop on the campus. as candidates for the football .. ..

I i J STAFF team of the University of Florida.
I Co-ed. Law O Gainesville.
advocates a 0
f f DEWEY A. DYE.________-_____--__ _____________________._..___.___Editor in Chief Miss Vidal
f GOODRICH COPKLASID ._._...__...__________._....___________Managing Editor EDUCATION ALWAYS HELPS School.
I 14 H. M. Freidlander, Assist Man. Ed. LESLIE D. WILLIAMS_____Local Editor Mrs. Caller:-I suppose you find
breakfast at eight
RANDALL B. HuNTER..Sporting Editor VAN E. HUFF.______ __ Society Editor your 'daughter very much improvedby Reminiscences: E Florida. E-

H. R. DeSilva, .-.--.- Contributing Ed.Wm. Bivins, Exch. Ed., and Joke Ed. her two years' stay at college? o'clock.
I I Proud Mother:-Oh, yes. Mary is
BUSINESS DEPARTMENT reader and she An old hot air topic: Student self- S HOE S
JOHX Jf. AXKLSOX _____ -__ _.._ _...___Business Manager a frequently carnivorous impoverishes now music., But government.

Entered as second class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at she ain't a bit stuck up, she's unani-
Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1879. mous to everbody, and she never Annual Rat work: cleaning the -

Place all communications and news items in boxes designated for that keeps a caller waintin' for her to swimming pool. MARABLEIs

; purpose in Peabody and Language Halls. dress-she just runs in, nom de
t Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year. plume, and you know that makes one Oh yes, the band is going to Tam-
feel so comfortable.-Houston Post. pa with the foot ball team.Where the Official PhotographerFor

Some play football.-Some play can division of it into three depart- the University of Florida
t politics.-And still others play both. ments, Executive, Legislative and Ju- is the old fashion student
o dical. I begin with the executive as CHRONOGRAPHTHE who used to sigh for more knowledgeto

The girls are going to make basket the simplest of the three."-Bryce, in conquer? ._ __ _n____ ____ __ ____ __ ..
ball a feature. P. C. H. S. .The American Commonwealth. Any- WATCH
f t Spokesman. 'o..e who has watched congress: beat Once F. O. Spain, how soon are you go- The Sanitary Cleaningand

0 around the bush and make faces for ing to have another shirt-tail par- Pressing Co.

,- i i Things to worry about: monthly the last two months would be com- Upon a time ade? The "Rats" are impatient.

; examinations; Y. M. C. A. pledges; pelled to quote-"The Executive, the Get your clothes cleaned and pressed .
scarcity of girls in Gainesville. There was a Rat When the Gator eleven meet that
i Legislative and the Judicial, these in the sanitary way.
Baptist agregation on Oct 18, the slo-
i 0 three and the simplest is the Legis- French Dry Cleaning and Steam
1 t A truth: you can't usually always lative." Who held gan will be: "Look out hard-shells!" Pressing

sometimes tell who is going to win a
Time. Saves Clothes.
1 foot ball game. Eh, Frank? Eh, The question is sometimes asked: The watch The Tampa Club has a membershipof Saves

Zeder? Why is it that an inland town the .,' over sixty. This is larger than Saves Money.

o size of Plant City can send twentymen On his profs. any two county clubs on the campus.

The Alligator "newsie" should stopat to the U. of F. when other larger _. -(!). Hat cleaning and Blocking a Specialty

every room in the barracks on his cities are hardly represented? The He studied some Also STEAM DYING

weekly trips. Moral:-Subscribe to .following quotation from the Spokesman Two "Rats" fell in the swimmingpool Phone 675 Give us a call
the Alligator. I furnishes the answer. And made r last week. Jack Goldsby and
I 0 "P. C. H. S. has several football o. Frank Devane were witnesses of the

': Other high schools in the state may I stars trying out for the football team Fair marks on catastrophe.The l W- S. DORSEY & CO.
well follow the of P. C. H. S.
i example at Gainesville, and judging from reports .
by putting out a first class weekly in the Tampa Tribune, they are His Examinations, Royal Neighbors of Americawill Everything in GroceriesFor

school newspaper. getting along fine In their work. entertain the elite of the Terpsi-
i o Some of those trying are Malcolm But when the end chorean Melody very soon.-Look out Goodness
Gainesville people are loyal to the Yancey, Gordon Clemons, Jim Merrin, j .r- "Rats".

University of Florida and we, in turn, Robert McKey, Robert Carlton and Of the year -- -
should be loyal to them. Root for DeVane. How many Rats have been scared

the G. H. S. foot ball team. "In the reports published in The Came around into visiting the wonders and mysteries Do Business With

o Tribune, Yancey, Clemons, Merrin of Devil's Mill Hopper or War PHIFER STATE BANK
The football squad gave Coach Bu- and McKey have been cited for doing The Rat ren's Cave? They used to be famous

ser a vote of confidence last week and 1 good work. It stated that Yanceyand Rat resorts.
are backing him solidly. Florida Clemons are almost sure of get- Who held the watch

must have a winning team. ting a place on the team.
o The University is going to have a

The log rolling and steam roller fast team this year and it will be an THE THOMAS COMPANYCOME
honor to the school to have some old 70 instead of -
methods of some factions on this cam-
pus are throwing a double burden on boys on the team." --' IN AND SEE US FOR BASE BALL FOOT
This is the Plant 75.
City keepsup
many members of the student body. way BALL-TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTING GOODS.
a with her men while they are at the
the U. of F. This kindly mention in their So you see OOOOOOOt: ..ooooooocox.coooooooocxxJCXOOOOOOOOOcoocoooooooooooo :
"Dealers looking for empty
I\ car.-Headlines in the Sunday Times home paper not only spurs these men *

Union. "U. of F. Students are doing on to greater efforts on the gridiron The game of l ) -ocoooooooooooo) ) ?

the same thing.-Fact in Gainesville. Holding the WatchIs MONEY TO LOAN AT A
i o
Don't be too sparing in affiliating
not a very good "
yourself with some worthy activityon -

the campus. The debating socie- HIGHGRADETAILORING Game to play, 102 West Main Street, North

are stepping stones to the intercollegiate -
For profs : : : : : : : : :
debates which come later in .
the season.A Are on to the job, 4
o Next door to McCollum's Drug Store. ;p3cxxxxxxxxx:>>ocooooooocoo QCX.XQ'XXO(

"lounge lizzard" is not a creature Phone 511. Altho you think .
that deserves or receives a very large
amount of respect but at the same I They are busy Gainesville ''Furniture Co.

time "it" does dress neatly and decently ,.

that is more than can be said : Looking at "

of many on the campus. A shave D. R. COX, Proprietor.

and a tie are easily secured.It Some other guy.
Phone 86ooooooooooooooooxxxxoonocoooooooocxxDoocooooooooooooo

is always a difficult task to get But a good many .'-10
out the first issues of a paper and the ( : : : : : : :

work connected with issuing the first Of the professorsHave -
numbers of the Alligator was no exception .>HHBBEBBBBBflBBBflBBBBBflBBEEflSBEBBBBBEBBEBBBCBBEBCEEEIiPALM)
to this rule. The Alligator eyes .
extends thanks for the forbearance II.

displayed by subscribers for errors In the back I
and ommlssions. c PARLOUR
l Of their heads; .
Students your fare to the game Ep .
with Mercer is paid; get on the field The right kind of features to havein And the rest :: "ICE CREAM DE LUXE :

and root for all your lungs are worth good tailoring are fabric, fashion f" U NN
and Saturday's game will be a suet Wear glasses, rR
and fit. We furnish all three excel- = Popular and Classical Sheet
cess. There are those who are proneto Music. High Grade Candies.Crane's ::
be selfish and stick in their room lently as our best patrons will cheer- And when they
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to bone. A selfish student will never fully testify. Let us make you a .
citizen. Be Ara faced toward s
make a public spirited sample suit, in any style you prefer, 4 '
sure you are 'not such a one. :....1iR> BBBEBBBB1> BBB3flBBBflBBE9IAdvertise ;
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cribe the American system of govern- customer ever afterwards. We are

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Trip_Florida "llisatorFLORIDA
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: : ::=P"'n:: c- ..- ..::- .vvv.::..::..=,n----n-.r,_......v-v.1) I ders for democracy, women who in a I. ."..----.--- -. ...---..-..--.--.,............-.----..,..
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I LOCALS large measure kept up the spirit and -Florida Barber ShopFOR
YELLS .morale of the boys "over there" and -
I provided the "follow up", were denied
the equality for which tru democracy OTHERS
2 Locomotive Obey that impulse Rats. Get stands. Woman's temperament, intu- West Side of Square Gainesville.
Rah Rah Rah! Gator Gator Gator! i those caps! -x- ition and other characteristics of the = -=:= =--== ;t....;; =:
;::: Sis Sis Sis! Boom BoomBoom! Bahl! g "Rat" Bostwick paid a short visitto nent"gentler"part in sex her, also arguments.played a promi- j Y

3 Florida! Florida! Florida! week.his folks in Jacksonville last President Getsen, after the uproar PICTURES and PICTURE FRAMES ?i

which followed her climax had sufficiently i
Y. -x- subsided for him to be heard, i
; Siren I Paul Collis, an old "Grad", was on NORTON ;
3 I announced the remaining portion of t
the campus during the Seminar. Paul
. R-rr-r-r-r! Boom Wah-ha! I is located at Lakeland. the program which was a short origi-I
poem by :Mr.: Di Maio on the topic of East Univ. Ave. Gainesville.BlSHBHBHBaBIIBIBBUBBI.
t 4 Whoo rah Florida! Rah-rah-re! -x- war. A reference to the waving stars I
Fully recovered from his brief ill- .
and -- --- -------
I | Team stripes topped off his selection,
.'. ness, "Al" Canova returned to the Un-
which was well received. .
, v iversity the first of this week.
r Other features of the spirited meet- If it's Printing,
! 1 Gator! :: -x- ing was th rebuttal of the second neg- -SEND IT TO PEPPER-!
I "Bill" Canova, and M. D. Futch, of
Gators! Gators! Gators! Lake City, were in Gainesville Satur- ative speaker, :Mr.: Edrehi, and the election Loose leaf books and supplies

1 Rah! Rah Rah. Rah! day to attend the DuvalGainesvillefootball of two critics, Mrs. Walsh, the PEPPER PRINTING COMPANY I
Rah Rah. Rah! i I librarian at the Law Colleg and Phone 136. 4 1

I Rah Rah. Rah! Team Team Team! game. Mr. Boynton. Dewey A Dye was: ap-. BBBBBQBEBBBBBBBBBBBBEBBBBBSANITARY
i; -x- pointed I i ii
press represntativ to th Alligator t
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I I Charlie Loveii was on the campus to take effect at once. Oscar I i... ..... .... .
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Rah-Ki-Ho for a few days this week. Charlie Norton, -- ---- ---
representative to the debating iI.
I is selling tractors and makes his !
| Rah-Ki-Ho! Ho-Ki-Rah! council reported that a debate was to BARBERSHOP
I headquarters in Jax. be staged with Louisana State Col-

3 Whoop! Whoop! i I -x- lege, and that the debating contract
Louis Angle, a former student of with Tennessee and South Carolinahad
:I; Halla Balla Kneck Kneck! ;:
the University, attended the Citrus been renewed. GAINESVILLE,
3 j Halla Balla Kneck Kneck! Seminar and visited old friends on the
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I; TT-EE-AA-MM! Team Team Team! campus during the week. Prof. (in Chem. Lab.): "What are a
# -x- the physical properties of an element :: ::.::: :::::= ::;.. :.;: ::_:;;
txg Our boys went to whip the kaiser- ?y'Rat i

I Three "F"! J.:. The result no one could tell. Student, (the a.m. after a ; CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING jjFOR jj 1

| FFF LLL 000 RRR III DDD AAA! I The Germans did their dirtiest, .dance-half asleep): "Ears, tusk and

For which the Allies 'em-Hello! trunk the .... .,. .., '
are physical properties of
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1 5 Florida! Florida! Florda! Team! j I'-boys; glad you are back. You will an elephant. -

;|: FIGHT!' I find me at the same place-south side SALEOne Bicycle, $15.00EAGLE I

i of the square. Vansickel's Studio. Adv. Shaking hands with some people is BARBER SHOP.

1 ::r I -x- like catching hold of a dead fish. Puta
; Say What I ::- real kick into -Times-Union.. 1
Frank Merrin, a graduate of the Un- LOST-Fountain pen. Finder please
I First Squad: SAY! r ,,' iversity, has been on the campus this return to ALEC WHITE, room 97,

| Second Squad: SAY WHAT? week. Frank is a County Demonstration Subscribe to The Alligator. It pays. Thomas Hall, for identification. i
Agent, making his home in
;i First Squad: THAT'S WHAT (I Dade City. .. -.... .. --- --- ---- .... -- ---- --- -- I
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2nd Squad: WHAT'S WHAT? I I Tj
I Mr. and Mrs. D. F. F. Christiance, i
First Squad: THAT'S WHAT g Ladies' Engraved
I of Cocoanut Grove, visited their son, i
i THEY ALL SAY! :t I j D. L. Christiace the past week. They 4 Calling Cards. Stationery. yj

|4 2nd Squad: WHAT'S WHAT i !'also attended the Citrus Seminar dur- 8 GAINESVILLE DAILY NEWS AToday's '
their J News Today) "
ing stay. (
-x- !r1 1 W. University Ave. Gainesville, Fla.
I FLORIDA! FLORIDA! FLORIDA xi P. McMullen, one of Florida's sw Aft#
'I allumnae, attended the Citrus Semi- r :. = :::.....:...::::::: ::::::: :rr: : --::: ::::: ;.-::...:::-
i i nar and Live Stock Round-up, with J

I Hail Florida his father. "P.-Mac" is now makinghis -.rO .:;: ---__ -- .",. _",..-....-____--- _.---.... _-_.._.....--_-....-_._......-.-....,.
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|f (By W. R. Frazier). c cf f I J.1.. Tillman-x-has been appointed p'A. THE BOSTON STORE llv *

; : i Next to the A. C. Passenger Depot
-" ::t County Agent of DeSoto County.

I Florida's men are marching on again 4 "Jim" was a graduate of the Agricul- d dU jj

to victory tural College and found many old [j Carries a high grade of Ladies' and Men's furnishings.--Also ,
friends on his recet visit to the Uni- A Hats, Shoes and everything in ready to wear for Men, Women and t'
| The Orange and Blue, unfurled versity. Children at remarkably reasonable prices. 4(

I above'our heads will wave, 'I -x- V Come And Convince Yourself At *

| Forve'll help our boys along with our i "trip Those into who Marion went county on the last Ag.year College, will i in

1 cheers and with our songs, ", I remember Z. C. Herlong, of Micanopy y THE BOSTON STORE

and L. H. Edwards, of Irvine. Both
| Andve'll stick by every man of our i I were lively bidders at the stock sales Next to the A. C. Passenger Depot A* 1
5; }t tfi V. I
| "Eleven Braves". held here during the Seminar. :.
And at last when the victory is over, I' ;:::::.,:::: :::-::: == == :=:::: :::-= ;:;:==- :===::::: :: :: :::

.' | When the team has proven loyal i WOMAN DEBATESIN __ __.. .._.. _.._.._ ___-..... _-_- --.-, -_ .,
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, :|t staunch and true ct LAWYERS CLUB ; O. G. Martin. W. E. Early.MARTIN'S : A)

1 | We'll hear old Georgia mourn to their i
) 1 good old cracker home, I (Continued From Page 1.) .
I assertion which had been growing (The Old Lang Garage) tALL
; Wondering how the 'Gators slipped !throughout the ages since she was regarded + WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUND- **

i 3 them something new. I I as a chattel or as a beast of > ED. ANYTHING THAT CAN BE DONE-WE DO IT. '4

' ]" I burden to work in the fields with a J THE BEST MECHANICS MONEY CAN HIRE. ELECTRICAL EX- J*(
3Y Chorus: j;team of oxen, shone upon her coun- J tf PERT-STORAGE BATTERIES REBUILT-LATHE AND .4.4iA

t t Hailve'll all hail Florida, I I I' tenence and formed a halo of sincerity MACHINE WORK t
not to be denied during her plea
9 Phone 361. Autogenous Welding
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\1 | For she's rolling up the score today. Ito the judges for a square deal for F' ; '
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: a= Cheer her and back her boys, g women.
For forty minutes ,she held the audience -!
\ i Through every single play. i spellbound with her eloquence. ;: = =:= =: -- -:: --- =:::::: ;:-:: :- Jt :.._

i (Rah-Rah-Rah!) and earnestness. It was her principle H .4

# theme, elaborated after she has recit- + UNCLE MOSES ,
| Cheer boys for victory, 0 ed the handicaps which have sur-

1 And let the Locomotives tell # rounded woman in all her relations fC tf*

i For the team of sweat and brawn with man and the professions, that RELIABLE PAWN SHOP MONEY TO LOAN ON
women, as the rulers of the world 7< DIAMONDS, WATCHES, GUNS PISTOLS ..iU
I By those yells will "Carry On"And through the cradle could only be fit- CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, ETC. 4

I old Geogia'll think she stepped i ted for their sacred duty by means ofa A fM

I course of instruction teaching themto 110-112 W. UNION ST. GAINESVILLE, FLA. .*
from earth to Hell- Y
face life "as it is". She heH that
f t Full Line of Musical Instruments and Strings ft
x while men gave and dealt death on
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pected thai large quantity py..p.The' TWW ; students; stand the Alumni
"f iequ of the -
color fruit will be saved. Green, right forward. t> ed, and plans outlined to raise funds j
size and !
Gray, left guard. ;: and build the memorial. The memor- Fernandina News-Record is1 Association.Thus

Vessella's Band opened its engage- !. Cohen, right guard. | ial will be erected in the recentIpur- : begging the people of that city, who i' it appears that if the proposed
ment in St. Augustine on Sunday fo:1 Suts: C. Duncan,. forward; C. Anderson chased park on Riverside avenue, ; are able to do so, to build houses for budget system is approved by the
February and March. t center; G. Stanley guard. j known Memorial Park. rental. (Continued on Page Two)





The Florida Alligator
l ; Friday', Oct. IF*, *ff\. 6 -
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; : i I THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK (Continued From Page 1.) (Continued From Page 1.)

i r was while leading a charge before the G. R. Copeland will handle the advertising -I I -

i : 1' "The New Million Dollar Bank". Resources Over 12,000,000. A city of Mexico, his left arm was car- II' end of the show. These Olden Promising Organization Fills Great

; n ._ __ .. ._ .. __ ,.... ftV old timers and Shortcoming.
I I f ,-. --.._. .---_-.., ,- ----. _-- _, _-___ _._ _':::: :_ ried off by a cannon ball. At the M with several other
out-break of the Civil War, he gave the: new men hope to put the Minstrels -
-- J his United States Commission to I I in its place throughout Wilson's fourteen points sunk into
; .* .. *..* ...... .... >i&+**> *#*&*#**#*.***#**.? up became proper utter oblivion when placed beside
fight for the South and he j the] state.

i ; MILLER'S 1 a Colonel in the Confederate Army. I Tonight at seven thirty a meeting those of the new student laundry

| Major Loring attained the rank of !will be held in the Gymnasium to select club. "You should patronize us", they

'i i ; STATIONARY, NOVELTIES AND SODA PARLOR Major General during the Civil War. the.men who will l take part in the say, "because we are fellow students;

I i ; ; ; Agent Tomkinson Key Floral Co., j| < His ability as a General attracted the show. Every man in the Universitywho because we are responsible for all

I, i! ,I Jacksonville, Florida. S '!attention of the Ishmael Egyptian thinks that he has something i clothes; because we make all repairs;

I' i l Army. He was transferred to Abyssinia that would take with the because we use latest electrical equip-
-In..H ; theat1e-go-1 I
'i '
iMl.7fI** 3MM! iWM#**
I where he two beautiful de- "
won i ng public is requested to be present ment etc. The fourteen points end
, = orations j for bravery. One was from and jshow what he is willing to do forth I with "Our terms are strictly cash."

, t ;I .4._ ---- ....:..-.-..-.. _-___. _____....____-.-.......__=____ _____-________=_._-.._.._______-'"":'__-__-_-:::_ ::. I |the Khedive, the Osmahnegah, an ; school. This last point should appeal to any
s flhonor I awarded only to veterans who
I ; Trip At End of Semester. sane man who is running a laundry.
: BLANCHE CAFETHE I I had commanded armies in the. field; Plans call for the trip to come off Seriously, the student laundry clubis
4 # the other was from the Sultan 'of Tur- .
r :directly after the first semester is ov- a fine organization. It is run by
key, the Madejeda, the most distin-
PLACE FOR ALLIGATORS TO EAT- 'Q I er. The troup will play in Gainesville I men who are reliable and responsible.It .
guished honor ever conferred upon
I I # foreign officer. :the first night and then will probably fills a genuine need among the stu-

! r : M WELL LIGHTED-PRICES REASONABLE. APPLY FOR WEEKLY He returned to America laden with go to Orlando or some other of the dents and is a reliable laundry that

RATES. of the will wash the clothes right and
t I gifts of appreciation for his services. large towns in that section at
I :4 Near B. A. Thrasher's Law Office. ,t in prices the students
\ ,State. After playing several towns : can pay. Such
One gift, alone, a Japanese quilt, was
: 4 valued for duty at fifteen hundred central Florida, the show will play prices as collars, handkerchiefs, socks,

Ask Anyone About The Blanche. dollars. .Tampa and then to St. Petersburg asa pillow slips and towels washed for

I _+..... ........... ___,.....-_______.:-..".. ._.. .."..-_...__-,____ _.........__ -..r General Loring died in New York request has been made for two one.cent Other each by the new organization. -
-- -- -- -- ---"-""-- --- ------ '"-=-- ----, --..._"--- I and at the request of Florida, he was night shows and a matinee there. Af- pieces are as cheap m
-- -- -- -- buried in St. Augustine, his old home. ter leaving St. Petersburg, Ocala will proportion.An .

rii =:::::: :::::: =:::: : : ::-4;:=- == :r ..:. -=.-;;:=: I All of General Lorings decorations, btr played and then return to Gaines- initial fee of one dollar is charged -

|diamond, lambrequins, swords, uniforms ville. to cover all costs of repairs foi tne
: :' f, A COMPLETE LINE OF FURNITURE I ,j commissions and all of his private Rehearsals will start Immediatelyand year and for a membership fee. After

collections are owned by our the show will be whipped into |this fee is paid, the student is entitled

!f 9 AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS CAN BEg JLj. Museum. There are eighty-five pieces ,shape after the Christmas vacation," to all club rates and privileges. The

some of which cost two thousand although no time will be taken to interfere club is a fine organization and warrants -
FOUND AT dollars each. It would be impossible J with studies for the semester i the support of the entire s:u-

to estimate their real value in money exams. I dent body.

at present. One piece, worthy of II I

I I; : I John "Furniture" special I mention, is a shawl of Chi-ll REMEMBERANCE\ OF I (GATORS ARE READY

Seagle nese embroidery. It took twenty years AVIATOR GUYNEMERO'er FOR MERCER GAME
, f I to do the work on this piece.

: II :&RS:: -, -- ""'- -7--- .....-""...._--_.:; ____ -_-_-. "_. -.;__.-_ "k,-t.J_ There are other collections that are and o'er in the sky he flew (Continued From Page 1.)
i too numerous to mention. One collection Like a bird in morning's sparkling jj
i team could
, .. .. make a first dorm on L ie::
1 : has been
H -- bought dew
-'" ---- recently -
: ::: : -::. -:: > -: '-- I plunges.
i - I is said to be more valuable than And meeting with an opposing throng i! After

fl r AMERICAN SHOE- -1 any which: have, thus far. It wauldbe Would lively begin his daylight t jj I i the field,steadily Gainesville pushing High the succeededin ball up

i" I REPAIR CO. I. I type impossible of thing that to there enumerate is in the every collection song. carrying the ball across Du.'al's
I !I goal line during the third quarter and
1 Phone 139. a and we must remember that More than once at the close of day kicked
: I there are hundreds of each.
I Soaring o'er his evening prey An
I Do not let the idea that intercepted pass came near tying -
f you can Swooping down in mighty ,
WORK DONE WHILE YOU WAIT i| go up to the Museum now and see al Gliding in the cloudy deeps. I the score when Duval High's

f'H k of these things. True, you can see a ;right half came within ten yards of

: 'i 114 N. West Main. Gainesville. J II great many birds, eggs, vases, etc., Then, closing on his dreamy foe I the purple and white line. The whis-
: ; fi but the valuable Loring gifts and the tle ended the game with the ball in
He'd listen the crush from depths
; ft t greatest per cent of the other things below. possession of D. H. S. dangerouslynear

: | AGENT AT e 4 cannot be sesn. Now comes the ques GainesviIe's goal line.
tion: "Why?" : Intercollegiate Track 3Ieet.
| ROOM BUCKMAN But ah! At last dark jealous fates
The space allotted to the Museum i Various rumors have been floating
Plunged the hero to the lands below
r ': ::"'': :::::: ==::::''':::::=: ;:: :::::::;..o; ... :=-::. = ::.._ entirely inadequate. For the present Leaving behind his daring spirit around the campus as to the possi-
::1 __ _____ __
;, __ __ it would require the entire second bility of an intercollegiate track meet
the rememberance of his fatal

!j, Jt:::.::. "--'---...:. ------: -----....-"-"- -.-...---... ----..,....-_-_- _....._____....... __...,-,-._....._,.- ,....- story of Science Hall, and later a .blow.! ,_ this year. The Alligator! wouU liket.
-- "'--- '-------- ... separate building will be needed > take this space in support of the
-By Albert Di Maio, Law '22.
However, space is not all. Glass movement. Let the matter be taken

f *r display cases must be had and the I up at once before the athletic board
i I The University Book Store t sum appropriated for the musium by and if passed, some equipment should

V the last legislature did not much more are now all colleagues's be secured as such a meet w 'l r->-
k than old bills. As
pay soon as thee quire weeks' of
previous We
F Coming.from'. the South, North and training
money is obtained, Museum will hope that this
Basement Language Hall West will meet with the ah-
t be installed which the State of Florida '
pioval of the
/ student
We body and that
tt will point to with pride. are feeling satisfiedTo
I have chosen the standard's best. some action will be forthcoming.
1: NEW LINE OF ---
JEWELRY --- --
: LARGE ASSORTMENT OF I We are equally satisfied ;.r :;;= :::: -=:._:z: ;;:_::;:: *.- 2Ti
With the
course we now pursue ,
4 CAPS, ETC. i
Bestowing all our credit
I in the Gym tonight at t
seven- To which tis justly due. COLLEGE
I :: 'I thirty and try out for the Fifth Annual INN

Florida .
Greater Minstrel.It
To U. of F. we owe our credit t +
i Everything For The Students +: is for the University and also To its professors who teach us law

l t. + you get a good trip, have a big time Our college educates n
M fend all expenses paid. I Your first and last chance
Which no other would for jf
= = -= :: :: ::.: = :=:= dough.
=::: :: ::: .z- Do it for the University.Be for
i -Albert Di Maio, alias Young Kip ; anything you r
at the Gym at 7:30.
ling Kipling.
Boost Gainesville, the University and FLORIDA! + -want- J
Hurrah for the Alligator! Subscribe to The Alligator. It "
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