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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 24, 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 )
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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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J'.k besidefcufc in. Vol. VII ,_ University! of_Florida Gainesville! Friday,_Oct.. 24! 1919. No.-4.

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Alabaira vs. Howard at Tusca- CROWD WILL ATTEND GAME.

Big Parade Celebrates Gator Tri- TO START SOON oosa. Brown vs. Norwich, at 0. DEBATES SET

at umph. Some Excitement In Providence. Carnfegie vs. Lehigh.. Crackers Optimistic, But Gators Ready

Such Gainesville. {till Bivins and Others UNIVERSITY ,'.t Pittsburgh. Chicago vs. Northwestern -" fcr Anything.-Hatton Is BackIn

Make HAS GOOD MACHINE at Chicago. CincinnatiIS. SUBJECT Game.Many Backers for Both
*]ls, Speeches to Paraders. AND WILL BEGIN TO FOR THE MATCH NOT
Dennison at Cincinnati.
Teams Ready To Place Bets.
fcr SHQW HIGH CLASS PICTURES Columbia vs. Amherst, at New PLACE .
iizaP Football fans were not daunted by HERE SOON. OF LOUISANA DEBATE UN -
lork. Florida vs. Georgia' at All roads lead
Tampa. Half
Jupiter Pulvis la.!:t aSturday, when a SETTLED.
i in
; lampa. Harvard vs. Virginia at the student
will be
body at the
large crowd of visitors: and Universit To Be Under Cooperatve Plan. gamesome
ambridge. Wiscon-
vs. way or other and the Gators
sawFlorida fallout Large Ar-ount of Material Here.
ystudents take
a Hope To Get First Releases FromS. -
argotte in at Urbania. Miami
i vs. will be backed by Alumnae, students
of Mercer to tie tune of 48-0. And A. Lynch Enterprises. Save Students Asked to Give SupportTo .
at Oxford. Michigan vs. Ohic and Gainesville when
supporters they
e"en at night when a slight drizzle Interesting Features to Come Here. Debating Council Adiviti's'-j
fter I tate at Ann Arbor. New YorkUniversity Contributions I -o-ne out on Plant field tomorrow.
fell, was the celebration postponed.The :\ .
tied I vs. Rens. Poly. at New Large seat sales have been reportedand

TheME old spirit could not be curbed by Movies on the campus will be a ; /ork. Pennsylvania vs. Lafayettet a very large crowd will witness
the weather; The old Forensic activities promise to liven I !
Tar- wet Baptist new feature for University: men and I Philadelphia. Penn State vs. the game.
standby could not.help them and from will bs up with the winter, as the renewalof
introduced here within a short I : "r.:inus at State College. Pitts- the Members of the Georgia Alumnae
the start the game was in Fla's favor time.! The matter of I Triangular debate contract is
having weekly burgh vs. Georgia Tech.: at Pitts- will occupy a place at the game and
r announced and
Th Game. shows has been under consideration : t1r;h. Princeton vs. Colgate at the prospect of securing in the evening the Alumna As}/cia-

Rain failed to dampen the spirits of for some time, but nothing definite I II Princeton. Swarthmore vs. Johns a contract with Louisiana State tions of Florida and Georgia will give

an enthusiastic student body when had been undertaken until the matterof rlopkins at Swarthmore. Syracuse University are good. The Debatingrourcil a dance at the Tampa Yacht and

the referee's whistle blew with Flor I last Saturday night revived the Washington and Fefferson at is handicapped for funds at Country Club.
the present time but has been
a plan
ida lined up against Mercer, Saturday, subject. Syracuse. I The team and band accompanied
October 18. The University is the owner of 411 j \'exas vs. Baylor at Austin. U. out whereby the Council will by> about a hundred students left

! e With the field In the worst condi- six hundred dollar Motiograph machine 3.::; Military Academy vs. Boston 'eceve support from the Student today for the scene of the conflict,

tion that it has ever been Florida which was purchased from the I liege at West Point. U. S. Na- Body. and the remainder of the rooters! fort

upled splashed thru' a muddy victory to a Army Y. M. C A. last year, after the al Academy; vs. Bucknell at An- T-e? old triangle between the Universit'es e Orange and Blue will gather on

of South : of Tennessee, South Carolina the field.
apolis. University
close of the war. The machine : vs.entacky
score of 48 to, 9i Seldom is a field was .
il's : at Sewan ::nrt! Florida has been renewed and Hatton
installed Washington to flay
seen where the players can wash their during the S. A. T. C. here
nd and was used extensively last I and Lee vs. Roanoke at Lexngton. negotiations are already under way Rondo Hatton the star
faces in a clear*,mud puddle or playfully winter quarter,
throw mu.} pies at each other and during the last summer. The ma- i Yale vs. Tufts at New for the immediate selection of a ques- will be in the game Saturday as he
tion for debate. Under
ty'is 'while time is king taken yet such chine is in a regulation booth and with I "laven. this arrangement is now eligible to play on the Gator

was the condition of Fleming field on a drop screen is in the New Gym, so ... each university sends a team of eleven. This will strengthen the
: I I"Y" two men to each of the other two uni-
of Saturday, due 14 j a veritable cloudburst I all necessary is to get the picturesturn team: very much.

: prior to tle game. .j on the juice, drop the screen and versities to debate on different sides Pep Meeting Tuesday Night.
sin of the Thus Florida
question. one
A touchdown 1-y Florida in the first begin. WILL HOLD I Tuesday night a pep meeting was
team will
journey to Columbia South
..ILf three minutes oe play took the spirit Plans are being made to secure pic- I held in the Gym and Messrs Pepperand

cut of Mercer light from the start tures thru the S. A. Lynch Enterprise, $1000 DRIVE Carolina to debate a University of Blue announced to the men that
Tennessee team while another
Then with the stole second team put and it is here: tvat? the fr-st show! will the theatre would receive the returns -
team upholding the other side of the
: in during the 1a1:?r part of the second teke place in a short time. This or- from the game by direct wire.
7ANVASS BY GAINESILLE BU question will take on the South Caro-
r quarter, the rou* was complete. A ganization handles some of the best They extended an invitation to the
it SINESS MEN FOR UNIVERSITYY. lina team at Knoxville, Tennessee. In
I mixture of first had second string men films on the market and the University University men to be present at the
M. C. A. RECREATIONAL this way no team debates at home and theatre that
. : started the second: half. During the will get many first releases. Pic- afternoon their guests.
FUND MONDAY. Iccal prejudices and partialities are
.ee I last quarter Coach Buser ran in prac- tures of quality only, will be shown.At avoided. Optotnistic.
The this
n tically every ma?.who had shown any first the shows will take place arrangements : year Georgia seems very optimistic about
to Establish Course In Recreational provide that each university pay all
j imporvement in ,,;.actice. only once a week, but later in the sea- her line but does not seem to
Work To Aid Cities of the he; expenses of its own team includ-
(Continued On say much about the
i fjuarters. Page 6.) backfield. What
By State In Running the Community (Continued On 6.
) can be the matter with the Cracker
the toss
First quarter--Florida won Playgrounds.A .
-- -- --- backfield is somewhat
. and choose to receive, defending the evident.
SIGMA NU FRAT MAY Gators In Fine Form.
.; East goal. Merrin returned 20 yards course for athletic instructors. BASKET BALL

Sparkman got 30 yards off left end and play-ground directors will be established The Gator eleven is in the best of

and then C. Anderson' carried the ball HAVE CHAPT'R HERE at the University with mon SEASON TO OPEN[ shape-ien have that been it has ever been in. The
working all the
across after a 4-yard) run with per ey raised Monday by a drive con

feet interference It was impossible ZANY ducted under the University Y. M. C. ] week and have had signal practicesso
to kick goal wit; the ball in the: con- LEADING NATIONAL A. in the business district of Gaines THE NEW GYMNASIUM AND will spring some new ones on the

dition that it was. No goals were FRATERNITIES FV "EPRECEXTEn ville. This course will enable the WEALTH OF MATERIAL, OLD Crackers tomorrow. All the old men
oTRAy GREEKS ORGAN are settled in
kicked during the game. Florida 6 IZATION. Y" to get a start on the plan for AND NEW, WILL DO MUCH TO harness for the
and the
Mercer, 0.Mercer. having Community Plays similar to MAKE THE SPORT A SUCCESS. game University knows whatto
expect from them.
received but fumbled on the (Continued On Page 6.)
'''e Dalton '
MHam Hatton. and Al- Addition to Coaching
next play Connell recovering, mak- derrran Are the Sigs" Now Enro1Jf'd -----, -- -. (n Past Years The University of Fla
touchdown. The second in the Has Been Strong for This Game. football management is extremely -
ing a In the U"ivprsitv.or
the UNIVERSITY BANDIS InterColeg. Ball May Be the Final fortunate in securing the
first five minutes of play. Florida 12, Stray Greeks 5 Frats. Represented. I Result. services of Geo. Sparkman as assis-
Mercer 0.Mercer. .
tant coach for the rest of the
received and after an exchange A LARGEST EVER season.
chapter of the Sigma Nu
fraternity Coach Sparkman will
Indications are for one of the most I. with the
;Smcks kicked Sparkman -
cross will
soon make its backfield
appearance men in conjunction
promising basket ball with
seasons ever
returning io Mercers five yard !ere if all indications
point true. SHOWING UP FINE UNDER THEABLE had by the University, according to Coach Buie. The Gators can depend
Sparkman:made the touchdownon
line. The
Sigs have the largest
representation upon having one of the best
18 Mercer DIRECTION OF LEADER Professor E. C. Beck, who is chair coached
the next plsjy.
in the Stray Greek backfields
club which in the
MARKS. HAS BEEN RENDERING Tan of the Athletic committee. The south with the ar-
0. Warner Substituted for \V uth- oiganired recently, and it is under- ray of coaches lined
MUSIC FOR GAMES. new Gym will increase the value o:f up that she already -
rich. I stood that they are planning to install has.Winning.
basket ball here and there will be
touch op
Second quarh-X fourth a chapter here when they havea Will :Make First Appearance of This for teams follow in the
nortunity and better
down was madt, during the first five sucient number on the campus. Recent Year in Tampa at FloridaGeorgiaGame this year than in previous seasons.game:s wake of Gee: Sparkman wherever he

minutes in the |econd quarter. Coach organization of their alumnae Tomorrow. goes and Fla. stands an excellent
I Expects To Professor Beck out the following
Buser then sent in an entirely new association: in Jacksonville show i Take Other Trips Later. statement this gave morning: chance of following suit. Coming at

team. The fifth touchdown was made Sigma Nu very strong there. this time he put in the finishing
I I'I "The University of Florida has
after steady :gress up the field by Joe Dalton has ben here for several With so touches preparatory to the Fla.-Ga.
'I many new organizationson
Wilson. End- of half. Florida 30,, years, coming: from Georgia Tech. i in the campus it is hard to give them treat grown basket-ball so large that as one it can of the afford majo t game Saturday. Sparkman has been

Mercer 0. 1916, and this year he was joined by all publicity and with them the old sports. The student body is of a size coaching teams in the South for the
Third quarterFlorida returned her I three other last nine years and
"Sigs, Hatton, Milan stand-bys. However, the band has during that time
support a superior team. The
first team with > change in the back- and Alderman. It is expected tnat at not been forgotten even new I succeeded in putting out three cham-
it has furnishes
'I gymnasium a good floor for I
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pected thai a large quantity the off j :Friedlander left forward.. fj I j I-time; the organization will be perfected shortage- :td"pot.t-: -- i;, Stu dent"Actr\-ftyFeerBf'I :SOTat; the

size and off color fruit will be saved. Green right forward. and plans outlined to raise funds I request of the students and the Alumni -

<< : Gray left guard. I I and build the memoriaL The memorial I The Fernandina News-Record is'! Association.

Vessella's Bxnd opened its engage- j Cohen, right guard. | } will be erected in the recently purchased !] begging the people of that city, who' Thus it appears that if the proposed

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

February and March. r center; G. Stanley, guard. I known as Memorial Park. '4 rental. (Continued on Page Two)


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l : : For the University of Florida Let us patronize those who The following students who are -TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTING GOODS.
patron-I drill will
ize us. Never in the history temporarily excused from I
t ; University have any of the churchesin report to CoL Ward's office not later OOOOOOOc.G oooooooooooOOCooOCoooomoOoooCCCoocxzooooOooOoooooo

I I ; town called out the fire departmentand that 12:00 o'clock noon, Wednesday* ; ._
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t police department combined to Oct. 29, for further interview. Those ,I
I t 1 w. S. DORSET & CO. keep back the oncoming tides of university students not reporting as directed jCQOCOOOOCXDOOOCOOOMONEY =

; students. But on the con- will be given drill cuts beginning on TO LOAN AT A
I a :! Everything in Groceries trary, they have received us with open that day until they report: : RELIABLE PAWN SHOP

;' PCGoodne- Sake arms. Not only this, bat the Boswell, E. R.; Bradshaw D. M.; I

t I' Dr'nk DOE3STS DELICHM CoffeeI majority of the people who were out Brash, V. C.; Byrd, C. Y.; Coe, F:
I, ; to College Night and who come out ri.; Duncan, K. G.; Howard, R. M.; 102 West Main Street, North

; : :- to our games are the people we meet! Hughes, R. H.; :Merchant, L. M.; A FULL LINE OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

Business With II(at church. Let's go to church. Pierce, Lewis; Pomeroy, Mr.; Rhea,

PHFESTATE BANK Thanksgiving Day has been set as Smith, A. Y.; West, Franklin; An:
derson, C. P.
Il Home Coming Day at which time we
l t a hope to have many of the old grad- BLOXHAM WARD, .xx>..xJOOOOOOco (
._ back with On that Lieut. CoL, Infantry, U. S. Army.
-- -- -- -- ------- uates us. day

{ .. Come to Florida plays Ogilthorpe Universityand Gainesville Furniture Co.
; DORAN5 BICYCLE SHOP we hope that in addition to the
t' East Main Street. alumni, many girls from Tallahassee
will favor us with their presence so Scout Leader: What seems to be

t r i For Bieycl, .Motorcycles, Accessority that Thanksgiving Day will be both a the hardest knot to untie?" D. R. COX, Proprietor.
1 ::and Repairs. home coming day and a home making Virginia: I don't know, but I've
day. _
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Agent The rain fell in torrents withoutthe
FLORSHBIM SHOES stately portals of the Mess Hall, ( Donald Bayne Hobart.)
but around the festive board whereall A woman passed amid the throng .
had gathered to partake of the offerings And to my heart there, came .a -- DROP INYou'll

,'. --: of his nibs Sir Robert, rll l song, I
;1 was warm and cosy. Enter his high A gladness over me infused-
MOSEtEVS CORNER 3( nogal the lordly manager, doffing his She wore the perfume that You
i: i dripping rain coat, with a sigh, ex- used! -Life. Welcome Whether or Not You Decide to BuyOTTO

;: I PIpes and Tobacco Pun.'". pressive of the onerous duties of his
:dignified position, he sank exhausted F. STOCK TAILOR
: CIGARS, CIGARETTES I Look out, Rat! You have a day ,
.nto his chair.
:Jf reckoning in store for you. Alteration Cleaning Pressing
;;.: :::"- : First star boarded-I understandthe 1
t- Mercer boys had to walk to townn Phone 354. Gainesville.
the rain, poor work I'll say. Boost the U. of F. official news-

THEY ARE GENUINE- KEDS High Mogal, The Manager-That's aper. ,y3OOOOCX30Or: >(3OOOOOOO)( ) )ooooooooc) ,oooooooo oooooooooI
!oo bad. Turning to hip Ri ht
; Har"*
and we have them in Oxfords and
Assistant-.I thought I told to ---
Bals. They are the best you can bu yShone
for cars.
for Tennis, Gymnasium kind
: or any
R. H.
A.-That's too bad. (Turning -
I, of sporting w;ar.U .
to the second right-hand assistant -
C. SMITH; )-I thought I told you to phone

1 North 33id of Square. for cars.S. .

: r- __ ___ __ H. R. A.-That's too bad. i

---4-----: thought:ars.F.. you were going to phone for < > -,' ,

R. H. A.Ditto).

(i2 CJ S. R. H. A.-Ditto). ,, .
IieatH Ad infinintum.The '.I-
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n1 rain fell in torrents withou
the messhall. .

I H. M. T. M. Well we gave then
I ..; .t:#1' A.Q..t* expense money.S. .

; ; B. -They probably think southrn .
hospitality a burlesque.And .
II i HOME OF GOOD'PIGTURESSPORTING still the rain without fell ir *", -

orrents. ; I, L
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: GOODS Farr-Lit Freshman Speaks On Ver .-
Important Subject of "CoeducaticAt -
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] KQDAKS .. '
I :;, :
..w : CUTLERY How would ws fellows like to ha\
a bunch of old-rraid shool teacher

here on the campus to gossip abou
I, Baird Hardware Co. and pry' into the things we do?

Phone 7. Just think about the gym meeting:
i Gainesville. take
t I we have now-so full of pep and DON'T a fello\v's.pipe. Take some other possession.

:, 'neverything. Can you imagine th
wrapped in his
bunch answering the "What ara w up pipe is a fellow's peace of
.: IF ITS PRINTING SEND IT go in' to do for Georgia?" cry wit mind, his relaxation his
contentment. This is
TO REPPERx "Give-urn Hell!" when there is more than
''t _x- of true if it's W D C
gang girls present? a Pipe, because then
leaf a good smoke is multi-
I books and supplies Women's
I presence is too soothing
PEPPER PRINTING It would plied many times over. Our
COMPANY interfere with our acd*- special seasoning
d process :qa
t Phone 136. tomed ease.
; Let care of this by bringing out all the
me draw a little picture fo; sweetness and mellowness j

you as a matter of illustration.! Jus of the genuine French briar.
p E S- imagine a group of co-eds goin: Just you go to .any good dealer

I; :.. across the campus, when they pas and select several good shapes. Put them in
through a patch of sandspurs. Can' your rack.

H B. M. TENCH H you see every boy bending over sup Smoke a cool one every time, and you'll be well
posedly to remove the spurs, but in on your
:identally to do the "rubbering" act. way to pipehappiness.WM. .

O Gain sville. 0 Miss Peeler has a hard enougl

time as it is about our shirt tails no

E Floiiida.*:; E"f. she being passes in their through proper the place dormitories whey : DEMUTH 8c CO. NEW YORK .

I Suppose some members: of the fai WORLD'S LARGEST PIPE
sex were here and should begin to MANUFACTURERS

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Friday, Oct._ _24, 1919. 3 _The Florida Alligator I
.uir.ary ceremonies were over, light periences, and inside } .....E.---- iSOSUKEbBEEEBfaSIiaBaBBEBBBBBBBBEIALACHUA> !<
SOCIALS. refreshments were distributed, which Ilf. e of a seagoing N
onsisted of fruits of the season, and His talk included M 8
weet cakes, a la Sunshine.A BARBER SHOP
A. E. HALO WEEN I I the different types r
short! business session followedand marines their force
the following officers were elect- methods employed in

Invitations are being issued by the .d"". H.for Mellor the coming; Vice year President: President, A., down, how they SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS :R.:
S.A E's for other facts
a masquerade dance on many N
1.:... ween, October thirty-first. 3aro. Hamilton; Secretary and Treasurer, G. Navy man in Haircut 25c; Massage 25c; Shave 15c; Shampoo 25c. t:
; Sergeant .
at Arms, J.M. ticular version of r ,
Edrehi. .
Members of t'h- Pensacola Club ares One interesting NE7T DOOR TO PALM PARLOR, EAST. ;N:
: follows Axelson "
: Bushnell, De-
There will be a meeting of the Theta Watson brought f
:Tilva Daniell, Edrehi, Hartman, Mel
Ribbon Society Monday night atse'en don, the
:or. F. Mellor, J. Tatom Mayes, ...nR:.S2EBBBEEEflBEBBBEBSBBfiBBBBBBBB) .3BBBB'3BBBBBEBNationally .
o'clock in the
Faculty room. ployed to while away
Calhoun Kennedy, Vinson
All members are requested to be pre- He said that the
.ones, H. Jones, W. WiWlliams, Sutn -
sr-'t as b-siness of importance wilba was set up in the
Caro, Lurton, Olsen, Holland
wscussed. ind Moore. and connections
"Hello Girls" on the
SOCIETYAt airs and songs were ; S :i I ,

Oar club has come to life with all canned music route, ; G
a recent: meeting held for the the necessary pep to make this a submarine chasers
of reorganizing the Ssr/ent restful diversion.The : j
purpose highly successful year. We have reopened -
Ribbon Society, the following officers husiness at the old stand and entire talk ff f
were selected: Pres., Dixie Beggs; ..t only do modest personal
we intend to make the
Vice Pres., Hart Stringfellow; Sec., lub bigger and better than ever but added an interest : : Known in J

VTyche Getzen; Treas., Gene Carpenter. we intend to reach out into our home discourse which .f

".n the absence of the president: that territory the U.and of make F. is our on the friends map know good have otherwise Debate League been ; = Know Time ,;f
e.ect. Hart Stringfellow presided: over and strong. Next Saturday's 1I
the meeting which took on the n years gone by, it has been the I 1 John Marshall, which I!
firm of a general mixer. Much policy of the club to awaken to a the Moot Court 1
ussion as to the nature of the ac* -> ison of hetic life, rise up in the will be featured by Bevo has become the best

t: ities and fun-tion@ the society will ,Very of it all and adorn the Semi- League of Nations friend of food and fellow ; 1
indulge in was heard. nole and then hibernate until the Treaty. After a
E. B. Hampton was appointed as ollowing! year. We have decreed that j ast Saturday, it i ship. 1 1
chairman of the initiation committee. this ained to issue
year it must not be so and we a
T i
have taken steps accordingly.For he public and the
the most part the officers of end these weekly Drink it for its purity I

last year were returned and the following
CAMPUS CLUBSFARR is the list of the club officersas DESOTO :' and deliciously appetizing = t

it now stands: flavor sAt s 1
LITERARY SOCIETYAt S. W. Getzen: President; C. E. The students at 1

I Duncan, Vice Pres.; E. Clyde; Vining, Florida from DeSoto
the regular Monday night meeting Secretary; G. C. Battle, Treas.; H. W. the room of R. L. the soda fountain or l
: of the society the following pro- Merk, Sgt. at Arms; Horace O'Bryant Hall recently to 'p
gram was rendered. Reporter. County Club. with your cea Is. j 'i

Paper on Carnegie", by H. V. The meeting was

Stapleton. PEABODY CLUB the chairman pro Bevo must be served cold. '
Current Events, by II. Bache. ness of electing j
Mandolin duet, by Klock and Icen- Peabody met in a snappy session :>n. The men were E o-
hour. I last Monday night and in a few short nany plans were
invitation, by Thomas Sale. minutes everyone had value received. motion of university E i ANHEUSER-BUSCHST.LOUIS
In addition to the regular program The President appointed Mr. Gillisas eSoto County. The
were extemporaneous talks by the critic for the year and then the Marshall Dancy and I 11 1 1SF
"Rats", which proved to be a great club was entertained by a carefully were appointed by
success They were as follows: thought-out talk on current events ;ers to write the F
Woman Suffrage, by Pemberton. by Mr. Ivey. high school in !3 '
League of Nations, by Merrin. Much amusement was derived hem to send a track Park.&I It must be ;

Florida, a Co-Educational Institu- from a period of parliamentary prac- iversity track meet Ice Gold L fr..ra' I,
tion, by "Rat" Oberdorfer.The tice with "moved that our presidentbe The central idea
talk by Mr. Oberdorfer was required to wear a mustache," as Bounty Club is to
of especial interest. He painted men- th- basic motion. est of men from
tal pictures of the "Female" adorn- Following this the club enjoyed a --chools in the I
ing our campus and brought out very series of three minute extemporaneous Also, to help DeSoto j.
clearly many of the results. The mor- talks from the embryo orators of cially hile in the '
al derived from the speech was noth- the club as follows: were proud to be Sold every.rI'er.-- \ % ,'
ing less than "Beware of the Wo Biddle-"Haressing up the Sim" club especially since families supplied ,+
men". :\1 00 Aviation Department. time DeSoto County tfrorer druggist and I
\lilIer-S1ould a girl be required to men here to form an cordially Invited to -
PENSACOLA CLUB assimilate Domestic Science. The following Inspect our plant.. '

} Wallace "Advantages derived President, Roy ;
from Peabody Club." Wuthrich, Vice Pres. ---- -- ----
Na tives of the "Deep Water Ci- --- -
ty" of Forida, attending the Univer- Cason- "Efficiency of the Leather Sec. and Treas; :\ BJI1T
sity assembled at hte "Y" last Thurs- Belt in training Rats." porter. CLOTHIER
day night and proceeded with a lively Donaldson- "Unclean Language." The next meeting =, TH E ==
I program. be at Roy Drigger's

The old men first held a conference JOHN MARSHALL SOC. HEARS Hall, the second
I and then the Rats were brought in HOW NAVY WON THE WAR All members are
! one by one and initiated into the intricacies New men from
I of the leather belt and such An account of the part the- submarine cordially invited.a
j other secret proceedings and mystic played in the Great War was a .
operations as are customary and so foature of the Saturday morning QUITE NUF SED
often necessary to establish into the meeting of John Marshall debating I'
minds and skins of new men the honor Society. Jack Watson, a lieutenant in The school paper is
, an seriousness of the entrance into this department of the navy duringthe !| The school gets all

!j a club of old college men. Every war, delivered this talk whichwas The printer gets -.------------ --- ----
new man was sworn in by a flowery interesting to an extreme as it I And the staff gets

: oath of allegiance and- -when the pre- was freely filled with personal ex SUBSCkIBE TO THE ALLIGATOR.

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that large quantity of the off I, Friedlander, left p time the of seed potatoes.The .
, size and off color fruit will be saved. ; Green right forward. t,ed. and plans { request of the students and the Alumni -
Gray, left guard. j ;and build the Fernandina News-Record is! Association.
Vessella's Band opened'its engagement j j Cohen, right guard. j ial will, be erected in the people of that city, who 1 Thus it appears that if the proposed
in Augustine on Sunday for: Subs: C. Duncan forward; C. Anderson ,chased park on ,! able to do so, to build houses for budget system is approved by the
February and March. { center; G. Stanley, guard. j known as Memorial (Continued on Pace Two)



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F EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT AFFECTIOItOnce "Tne New Million Dollar Bank". Resources Over $2,000.000. -

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t Randall Hunter, ............ Sporting Ed. Van. E. Huff, ............ Society Ed. Which Had a UniversityNear F. ==.:.. -: -=--- ---- ----- I Io1I
H. R. DeSilva, ........ Contributing Ed. "Bivins & Norton",....Exchange Eds. Ladies'EnaveJ
it, and Gentlemen's
t NEWSslabonery.:
; Velma Keen, .__.............___.........___..................__.. .........._.....__ Business Manager Some of tfce Dear People g GAINESVILLE DAILY

; Walter W. Gunn, ............................-.......-............... Assistant Business Manager ) I
I Today's News Today
\ John H. Carter, ............................................_.............. ........ Circulation ManagerMECHANICALTDEPARTMENT Were Anxious te express tlreir ( .
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i ; II purpose in Peabody and Language Halls. WonA i PALM PARLOR J.8 j J.-

I ; Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year. .
t game of foot-ball, H.
1 We welcome the G. H. S. Comet and wish it every success for the "ICE CREAM DE LUXE 1. .

r future. sIs And had a big .
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the Celebration f and Classical Sheet Music High Grade Candies. Mt
: the football manager's position any longer competitive among Popular -

; 'I student body? Ans.-No, It .. hereditary. fr\ Crane's 'xclusive'Stationary. y to -
'I 0 With a great Parade,
I It would look good to see the 'Gators send a couple of Baby Gator + .
teams against Georgia in Tampa Saturday afternoon.O Some of the dear people of t__ ---..-.....- -_-_-_= _--_..-....-_-__.-.-..__....._?_-_-_.-.....--...--_-_-_.-._.-.--_-_-____ .---_--_.-...----,-..--"'-. ..,-}.

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Mercer boys had a wet time in more ways than one. They forgotto Said town became ;:.::: .;::..-.=-. :;::::". ::::.; ::. :: 1>: ; :::=:: ::;(
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thank the management for their fall ducking. Wonder why? O. G. Martin. W. E. Early.MARTIN'S t

I O Sore and were '
And still football history continues to leave a favorable impression = GARAGE

on the annuals of 'Gator records. What has the future in store! SHOCKEDAt 1r
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i incarnate by the shirt tail of
Loyalty was expressed parade Saturday
night, which was held to commemorate the, 'Gator football victory over And some of the citizens thot t .
1 :Mercer University. The Alligator welcomes the return of that type of '
college spirit which will induce a group of students t. parade in the rain The Reds t. MACHINE WORK
Phone 361. Autogenous Welding. r.J t r.
in order to express their enthusiasm and delight to a victorious team. '

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channels; In the estimation of the Alligator, the parade of Saturday f.t

t night was conducted entirely within the dictates which a proper consider- NIGHTSHIRTS! t THE BOSTON STORE i1
ation for the personal property rights of others would direct. It is not
If reasonable to expect a group of excited college students, who are carried So they called out Next to the A. C. Passenger Depot ;

i away by the impulse of the moment, to "yell" just loud enough to beI' J t

heard and not so loud as to be boisterous. Yet it seems that certain per- The FirQ DepartmentAnd U Carries a high grade of Ladies' and Men's furnishings.--Also t -

I': sons do expect that very thing from university students. t Hats, Shoes and everything in ready to wear for Men, Women and "
!i The incident of the Saturday night parade which brought to light that POLICE COMIQUE, :.. Children at remarkably reasonable prices.
I. attitude on the part of certain business men in the City of Gainesville was i
Come And Convince Yourself
: certainly an. unhappy occurance for all concerned, for both students andtownspeople. And the County Guards; to At
I I 1 It is apt to lead to misunderstandings in the future. The
.I trouble vft? very "reel". Shoot if necessary. THE BOSTON STORE i

The fact is that before any overt action on the part of the students n

\i participating in the parade was displayed, certain business! men in town, (Although the most they t1 Next to the A. C. Passenger t
'1 !; who have in the PAST derived a considerable amount of income from DepotJ
pleasure seeking students, were so unwise as to arouse the ire of the university Shot vas BULL.) = :::: :: :::::::: :::: === ;:::= :: ..::: : ::: >
t mn by hurling into their faces uncalled for threats, which practically .

!I! amounted to a dare, and the fact that no damage was done and that And the ,*, ... -..,- -- -- ""'"'-I
II; the meeting dispersed in an orderly manner, speaks volumes for the r. .4.: :::: :: :: ;:-:: ::: :.. :... ...:: :

I good sense af the students, and the leading spirits of the parade. The Local Opera House Magnate AMERICAN SHOE
I ; action of those few business men certainly was not analogous to pouring >

j I oil on troubled waters. Wouldn't set up to f REPAIR CO. o r
i It is opined on the campus that the acts of those two or three businessmen

'I and their arrogant expressions of independence of that one business The Show, 11 Phone 139.
intofist, is not the general attitude of business men in the University i i it1

I. City. But for those f/iw there can be no forgiveness. It amounts to the. And thus they found that
put WORK
.t unpardonable sin. WHILE YOU WAIT

He was I 114 N. West Mian. Gainesville.
From ,a news story appearing elsewhere in the columns of the Alligator One KIND of a sport.

it appears that a movement to start a motion picture theatre on AGENT AT 4
the campus has passed the stage where it ceases to be a mere possibility.Such And nearly everybody else in tc .vn t e
an arrangement as this could be js not going to be without its ad- ROOM 31 BUCKMAN \
to the students.It Had a fit or two, rAnd .
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is moa than probable that thpse in charge of the venture can secure 4h. : ::. :. :: -: -.-::
pictures of a quality which cannot he surpassed by professional show- made the *

men. Men with some intellectual developmeat: .oftimes show a higher : ;:=:::: r= ;=::: = ----.". : : :
of the relative value of so-called University BoysFeel ; "
sense features, which are "superb". in 'Y"t
name alone. -

A fee of reasonable amount assessed on each student registeuell in tS ri
the University, received in exchange for a season ticket which will ad- The University Book Store +

mil the holder without charge to all performances given on the' campus: Mfg .
would more than likely meet with popular approval, especially would The town; .
this be true in view of the fact that it would excuse one from tfce Ku- f Basement Language Hall I

mUiating necessity of pouring thin dimes (two at a throw) into the coffers Sb, now, I think that H
l .f certain shomen in town who are wont to scoff at the support of university t# !

men. The nice thing would be fo* NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY
No doubt mutual benefits migbt be derived from the operation of a JEWELRY AND STATIONERY
plan whereby the students and their interests ife fostered through a4Y" Soir.e: of tfc- tonspeople to ji LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS FRESHMAN \

movie. J.
t Why attend motion picture shows in the city after a long arduous

walk, when the price of admission 'Ss considered unnecessary to the point They are BEHIND THE SCHOOL ..
Ii of being practically unwelcome V .t

1 ,It would certainly make a "spicy" morsel of news to read in your STRONG. G Everything For The Students 1-, i
certain business interests had become .
paper, how "black and blue" through f '
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bruising competition. Don't you? .
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Friday, Oct. 24, 1919. 5 The Florida Alligator

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--BOYS SOPHOMORE CLASS lonorable. -Florida Barber

Every room ought to get a good live daily. Subscribe for THE A gentleman needn't have a great ShopFOR -

i iI ATLANTA GEORGIAN and SUNDAY AMERICAN. Contains a POSTS RAT RULESThe amount of money but he must be STUDENTS AND

cracker-jack sporting section. Delivered 20c. per week.P. kind-hearted, modest, and careful of OTHERS
II. GILLEN Agent. Room No. 21, Buckman Hall his family. He shouldn't envy others West Side of Square Gainesville. :

I! Dispute Is Settled By Conference their success, but rejoice in it. He is :::: =.-==.;CX =::: s
With the Combined Upper Classes. 4 '
respectful and chivalrous to women at
It -Rules Hare Been Needed for a
t all times. He is honorable and his
Long Time.A .
:word is his bond. He sees to it that PICTURES and PICTURE FRAMES

DANCING t people don't suffer on account of his I'
dispute of long standing was set-
Miss SOPHIE BURKHIM the of her I
announces opening business dealings. He may be ambitious -
tled when a committee from the Jun- NORAH:'
School of Modern Dancing. Those desiring instruction, please tel- and energetic but he never
I ior and Senior classes met recently at
ephone No. 184 at once. benefits himself at the expense of
the request of the Sophomores and issued -
:others. Cards
I the following Rules applying to < Greeting
Rats. -P. C. H. S. Spokesman.AG. .
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; j- I Definition of a Rat.

To all students of the University of CLUBAs "r" ;: :: :::-: ::::.:r=:

Shoes that Wear
a joint meeting of the Senior a preliminary practice for in-

UNITED Junior and Sophomore classes the ter-society debating, the Ag. Club .
SHOE STORE following descision was rendered as held a short debate Monday night on

to what constitutes a Rat he question, Resolved That the GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.

I Rule 1. All men registered in the omith-Hdghes Schools: of the State ...
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University of Florida for the first Are More Valuable to the Farmers of :: ::

time, with the following exceptions, I the State than the Agricultural: Col- -- -... --... -
rNE'V SOUTHERN HOTELT. shall be termed Rats. lege. The debate was limited to the -: :::

R. PICKETT Prop. (a) Exception: All men who have Freshmen. R.

'. RATES REASOXABLE..NICEIODERN ROO\IS.-EXCELLENT attended any recognized college or "Rats" Milliken and Dowdell explained SMOKERS SUPPLY CO.

{ TABLE SERVIVCE. University for .a period of one yearor the details of the Smith- 4

f Gainesville Fla. Phone 168. I more. I Hughes plan and its many advantages f1 Tampa Florida ()

Rule 2. All men who have attended ; but they were aroused completely ANTONIO Y CLEOPATRA I

1 the University of Florida for one when "Rats" McBride and Storms SAN LOUIS CIGARS H
- I year or more in the sub freshman presented facts showing the value of i

work shall be known hereafter as the Agricultural College.A I

1 Bull Rats until their sophomore year. series of new items and snappy For Sale at 4
The Alachua Restaurant and Lunch RoomFOR
Rule 3. Any man who attended a sayings were given by R. E. Nolen. I
University or college while under S. Following this several freshmen were
a Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot. A. T. C. contrcl and did not complsta; taken into the club.
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Telephone 507. Gainesville Fla. at least two thirds of a year's work Next week the Ag. Club will offera

IS A RAT and shall govern himself very attractive and interesting pro-

d accordingly.Rule gram, including a few songs by a selected The Sanitary Cleaningand
Governing "Ratting". quartette. The Ag. Club looks
Pressing Co.
All students are termed as "Bull forward with pleasure to the joint

FORD HEADQUARTERSJ. '. Rats" shall not be ratted, or allowedto .neeting with the Benton Engineer-
R. ALDERMAN, Prop. I I participate in ratting. Society to be held in the near future. Get your clothes cleaned and pressedin

The Home of the Famous FORD MOTOR CARS, Accessories All men who enter the Universityor the sanitary- way.
the first time with the rank of French Dry Cleaning and Steam
Supplies and Repairs. Boost the U. of F. official news-
I sophomore or higher shall not participate Pressing
: in ratling. paper. Saves Time. Saves Clothes.

___ __ __ no __ ___ _______ ___ Rat Rules. Saves Money.
1. All rats shall --- --- ----
green capsat ::: : :
all times except when in uniform Hat cleaning and Blocking a Specialty
Alachua. Abstract
County Company
and on Saturday nights and Sundays. l EI :j
B. R. Colson, President. Also STEAM DYING
2. Old men shall have right of I'
:Members: of American Association of Title :Men.: Members of Florida 675 Give calL
Phone us a
at all times.
way .
Association of Title Men. s
3. No Rat shall smoke before an
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. I Harold Klock visited his parents in
aid man, without first asking the per-
East Lake last Saturday and Sunday.
mission of the old man.
--- 4. All Rats shall speak first when as.

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All Rats guilty of violating any of last week with friends in St. Augus- GRADE
Popular Goods At Popular PricesAT
M these rules shall be summoned beforean tine.
advisory committee of nine old I
i I i Gordon Epperson, of Williston was
men having the power of levying due j
BURKHIMSu 1 penalty for the violation.By with us last Saturday for the Mercer door to McCollum's Drug Store.

order of the Junior and Sophomore game. Phone 511.
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,. These rules apply to all students i iI I Fritz Townsend, fo Lake Butler an
,. I old Florida student, attended the
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t ture and education. i game Saturday.

LAN.G.HE.: i: &.ER 1 1 I sass, I

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gentleman! ft Dro
, 4-,,' i 1 said that the term is used in its general f Miss Louise Spency and sister, and.
i sense so continually that it has Miss TeT:ese Murphy atttended the i
Near B. A. Thrasher's Law Office. '
; {[ lost its true value. The British have : Mercer game Saturday.
defined the term, gentleman I If I *
!I as a
' 4 Ark Anyone About The Blanche. f i man who is well born; one who is of I Misses Carolyn Harris and Lois !

1j t_:..___ -- ---- "...--- ---w----, -i!. good family or one of gentle refined i Came, and Frank and Albert Harris
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-"" manners. In Great Britain, the term I of Ocala, attended the foot-ball game
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[I arms. In this country the term is Loom Bhtch and party motoredover
A COMPLETE LINE OF FURNITURF; |l applied to men of education and good to the Mercer game. Loomis is I good tailoring are fabric fashion
breeding of every occupation. an ex-student of the University andis and fit. We furnish all three excel-
a AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS CAN BEt I I A man, even though he has not a close follower of Florida in the
:I lently as our best patrons will cheer
J.i much money, is called a gentleman by foot-ball world.
FOUND ATM ,! the public if he isn't noticeably a * fully testify. Let us make you a
i u .. miser or has never displayed any underhand Bob Smalley and Sam Johnson, of sample suit in any style you prefer

I f ..t I methods. The average eye I St. Petersburg were visitors on the and we know that the satisfaction we
I takes a well-dressed man to be a campus for the week-end. Sam will
John "Furniture" Seagle i it t gentleman.A be unable to attend the Universitythis will give you will keep you a steady

)1 I I man of good family isn't necessarily semester but hopes to return in customer ever afterwards. We are

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size and off color fruit will be saved. Green right forward. I* and plans outlined to raise funds 1 1i i; request of the students and the Alum-

Gray, left guard. i; and build the memorial. The memorial -i The Fernandina News-Record is1 1 ni Association.Thus .
Vessella's Band opened its engage- Cohen right guard. will be erected in the recently pur. ; 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 chased park on Riverside avenue are able to do so, to build houses for budget system is approved by the .

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\ i Eridar: Oct. 24, 1919. 6"- Alliga}

\ t -----j downs. 'Mercer punted- out only to 1 Isrs were! preparing for the assault' I "Y" WILL HOLD Louisiana State University.- --- It

NIGHTSHIRT have the ball returned by Stanley with the crowd decided to abandon any attempt hoped that plans for a debate eithq
i r PARADE SAT. perfect interference past the goal i to commit an outrage, and it $1,000 DRIVE at the home of L. S. U. or U. of p I

line. Florida 48, Mercer 0. The was agreed that the University men (Continued From Page 1.) may be completed for this year

i ____ whistle blew with Mercer in posses- would put on a show in competitionto those conducted in Gainesville this then a return trip agreed upon for

r (Continued From Page 1.) sion of th ball in the middle of the the dramatic plutocrats of.the city. summer, in the entire state. Lead- next year.

t field, Bushnell going in for Spark- field. Show is Staged. ing business men will canvass the These debates are the highest ford 1

man. Clemons intercepted a forward Th Lineup. The crowd had by this time gather- business houses Monday morning for of forensic activities at the Unirersih 1

i i pass during the next few minutes of Florida Position Mercer e daround McCollum's corner and the one thousand dollars which the of Florida and places on these teas

t. play good for 40 yards and a touch Clemons LE Clark Cheer Leader Spain announced that committee hopes to raise. make appropriate goals for those me(

, i- .. down. Mercer failed to make downs Wuthrich LT Ragely the show would take place at once, on There has been a need in the state who have served their apprenticeship

I and kicked. Florida advanced the ball Connell LG Cutts the spot. Accordingly 'he mounted to for playgrounds and as no one has in the literary societies on capr .

, .. steadily up the field and C. Anderson Perry C NewtonSimmons the tin shelter over the sidewalk am taken the initiative in the movement, pus. Literary societies are instruments .

f carried it over. Florida 42, Mercer 0. Baker RG announced the first number which wara the University "Y" will establish the for the development of these fa.

: Fourth quarter-Florida substituted Goldsby RT Freeman sketch by the BivinsFriedlanderTroupe. shool:: and maintain it by popular tercollegiate debaters, and the inter

I t a third team which ran the ball up to Thomas RE Williams subscription until the communities of society debates give the best practict:

t' Mercer's one yard line and lost it on B. Anderson QB Burnett The pair pulled several new and the state make an allowance for the for those keenly interested in debating

\' f I __ [ C. Anderson LHB O'Quinn otherwise jokes, and Bivins recited his work. The Community Play or re- but not fortunate enough to make

i .. I Capt. popular "Sermon," after which Frie 1- .reational hour was tried out in the University team. In order to havea

I I Sparkman RHB Carson lander made a short comic speech. Gainesville last summer and provedery sufficient amount of material readj
I t J. W. McCollum & Co.
Capt. j I Frank Spain then entertained the popular. These plays were under LOT the try-out for the Universityteams !

.'t':i DRUGGISTS Merrin FB Olsin I crowd for a few minutes with some the direction of Secretary Whiteof the five literary societies wS

I' r "The Rexall Store" Gainesville.I The Parade.A I bright sayings, after which "Rat" Na- the University Y. M. C. A. have to do the missionary work. It

t t Agents for chilly drizzling rain did not The plan is to establish the course
gel took the platform.Nagel's is their duty to hunt out, bring to
CANDIES dampen the ardor of the three hun- here for men who have the time to
L ft. I speech was of a more or light and then develop brilliant, but
( dred University students who headed I take it,- and who will be willing to i
i I r less humorous nature, and in con- unknown material, and it is hoped
i [ by the band, marched into Gainesville, clusion, he said: i go to summer camps when establish- that the officials of the societies will
; I : sd, and also to take positions in various -
singing University songs, cheeringand "Fellows, we came up here to learnto keep this in mind and encourage and
cities of the state in charge of
I B. LILIENBLUM telling what was going to happento raise corn potatoes and watermelons assist the most promising materiaL

Georgia. The old spirit could not but most of all we are learningto playgrounds during summer vaca- Need Financial Support.
\ tion. Each city, of course, payingthe
; be downed by rain or mud and each raise cain, and what it takes to These intercollegiate debating ac-
I BICYCLES services
man for his as director.
: man was attired for the occasion and do it, we have it." tivities affairs
) are University and for
i Plans have been made to give de-
had his vocal
organs tuned to the The program concluded with several the of the
I support representative
monstrations of the work done by
right pitch. I selections by the quartet consisting of these men in various cities of the teams and the staging of these outside -
The parade headed by Cheer Leader Icenhouer, Sherman, Smith and Pem-
the student
state before the summer and then as a
: : Frank Spain, marched in double berton, who rendered a few popular whole has to be called on. Therefore
SEE A. J. VIDAL begin the work of conducting the
t I file to the square and while the band songs. After this the parade disbanded playgrounds in the summer. Demon- the University Debating Council

I, : For Drugs, Stationary, Toilet played the Orange and Blue, the men and the University band
gavea strations will be made in Palatka as> representatives of the whole stud-
; : Articles Candies Souvenir formed a circle around the cheer leader short
i I concert at the bandstand,
eat intend
Orlando, Gala, and St. Petersburg. body to get a vote of confidence -
r : Cards Waterman'sPens. and then gave the old yells with
closing another
I eventful day in Flor- Jacksonville and Tampa have takenup from the students at Chapelsoon
beaucoup Each who took
pep. iran ida's history.MOVIES.
the idea previous to this time, for an assessment of fifty cents
part in the downfall of Mercer was
but the smaller places of the state per head. This should bring in the
j cheered and for a change between the
I cheers IN GYM are slow in grasping it. : neighborhood! of $250> and it is ex-
the crowd was from time to
Members of the committee in pected with due economy that the
time reminded that the Gators
j MOLNAR'SDINING were TO START SOON charge of the drive Monday are: W. University will be able to carry out
1 going after Georgia in the same fash-
1i ion. M. Pepper, Geo. Morris, W. B. its debating activities successfully.

i ROOM (Continued From Page -'.) Phifer, J. F. Cannon, McIntosh, and Inter-Society Debate.
Excitement Begins in Earnest. I
I' son, there will be an opportunity to Dr. Rice.UNIV.. The old Battle Axe was removed
The men then formed a long line
have two and possibly three shows fit>m its qu'et: grave recently by a
for the theatrical sectionof
f .. each week. challenge that seems to the
--- -- -- the city, where they were met by Tuesday night will prob- BAND IS convey
I ably be the night selected as that is fact that the Freshmen Arts and
the local
police force headed Commissioner
i Eyes Glasses Black who threatened the best night for all concerned. One LARGE EVER Science then were ready to take on
Tested Fitted to show night will h" Rat Lawyers for the first
I a be run, unlessit (Continued from debateof
deputize two hundred men to defend page one)
is found that the Gym cannot accommodate been the season. The query has not yet
We the shows of the city from the Uni- getting into shape for the last
I Own Lense Grind- the crowd, then other arrangements been selected, but will be chosen in
versity men, should they threaten to month, and has been seen little, tho
Ing.-No Delay. rush them. In addition to the police, have been suggested for heard much. a few days and both teams will get to

I Chief Brinson, of the Fire Deaart- others. This will, however, be arranged -' The University Band this year is work.

ment was in readiness with several and friends of the Universitywill the largest in the history of the The debate is limited to men fiat

; C. H. COLES & SON chemical extinguishers to dampen the probably be admitted as guests. School, and under the direction cf A. are fresh from H. S., or rather men

I I I ; Jewelers and Opticians arder of the, occasion if necessary.At The proposition will be cooperativeand R. Marks, the prospects are that i who have had no previous college ext

L I this juncture, while the city pil- I will probably be financed in a will be the best. The band will make perience. Material of this type :is

'I'' - similar manner to that of the Athletic its first official public appearance at rlmtiful in both colleges and the debate -
Association. A certain amount of is sure to be as lively
sub- Tampa tomorrow, thirty strong. Con- as veterans
I _
I II' II scription will be collected from each certs will be given at Tampa tumor I could male it. Perhaps thru it sore

; student or those wishing to pay: anda row afternoon and evening, the band. Demcthenis will arise to defend tue

; .' GAINESVVILLE FRUIT STORE season ticket will be issued. This _of course, playing at the game. Orange and Blue' in the big trangle

will entitle the holder to admittance, Members of the band this year are letters.

Fancy Fruits and Draft Beverages. Cigars, Cold Drinks and Bevo, lOc the price of each, show being: much ,as follows: v There are a large number of good

; Thank You. Come smaller than that regularly chargedby Director-A. R. Marks old man, and also a number of promising -
local shows. This moving picture Assistant Director-H. H. Zeder, young "Daniel Websters" among

!I show will be under the direct &uper- cornet. he incoming Freshmen, and out of te

j GAINESVILLE FRUIT STORE pision of the University. Drum l\Iajor-Leo Wilson. field ought to emerge at least a cozen,

r' N. S. TAMPAILY, Manager. Snare Drum-F. N. Holley. [. perhaps two dozen silver tongued orators -

.t SIGMA NU MAY Sergeants. capable and willing to Uphold t''e

a Pratt, L. B., cornet; Hogarth L. A, University agair.st all comers. Th
.-- -. --- ----- .. HAVE CHAPTERContinued cornet; Sunday, J. D., alto. University Debating Council, at leist,
-- -- Coroorals.Blount :s preparing for this.
:'I' ( From Page 1.) tW. E., alto; Graham, P. H.,

snare drum; McDonald, J. H., clarinet BASKET
i11erls'I' least one or two more of their fra- BALL
: ; Brown, A. F., saxaphone; Steers
ternity brothers will be registered at J. M. SEASON TO
baritone; Stinson, T. W. trom OPEN
ill i the University before the year is over bone.

and then the chapter will probably be
Agent For established.Five Privates. (Continued from page one)

NUNNALLY'S AND WHITMAN'S CANDIES other national fraternities Swanson, R. M., cornet; Ba tlett contests and is lighted so as to accommodate -

TOMKINSON KEY are N. B cornet; Alderman, G. C., clarinet the try-cuts at night practice.
FLORAL CO. represented in the organization of
; Bass, W. C., trombone; Hoffner, "Ordinarily basket-ball season be-
Stray Greeks, and one or two othersare G. G., cornet Hunter "ins after the
OF JACKSONVILLE represented among the new ; R. B., snare last football game: th-
fessors who have here this pro- drum; Icenhour, J. E., cymballs- Thanksgiving contest. However, the"e

Officers of the come club elected recently year. Mark, A. W., alto; McClain, H. E., is always early season practice in

-- Joe Dalton tuba; Perkins, R. P., clarinet; Rogero, handling the ball and :n basket hoot--
are: president, and Al-
len Kimball, secretary and treasurerThe A., clarinet; Smith, D. C., trombone- ing. Handling the ball, that is, catch

members are: Storms K. R., clarinet; Ulmer, R. J., ing, passing, and dribbling it, ;e half

; THE WHITE HOUSE Sigma Nu-Joe Dalton, Rondo Hat- cornet; Walker, C. L., baritone; Grif- the game. So pre-seascn practice
: fith, R. C., cornet Roach S. S. naturally
ton Milan and cor- emphasizes that phase of
One of Florida's Best Hotels. Given a score of 100 G. C. Alderman.Phi net.
per cent. by th the game. Manager
MEMBER AMERICAN Delta Theta-F. R. Coe, Allen Madison expects
placed in the
Kimball and Roy Craig.Pi gymnasium
State Hotel Commission. 50 Rooms.-Atnerican Plan.35 Baths. TRIANGULAR AND so that the
Kappa Phi-E. D. Beggs and J. men may begin:
Rates $3.00 to $3.00 per Day. Steam Heat, Electric Fan and D. Woodruff. L U. DEBATES SET working After out soon after November 1st

Hot Water in Every Room. Phi Gamma Delta-C. P. Heuck. OgMhore is carefully laid to

S. OGDEN CHAD'VICKIa_ age!". Kappa Sigma-R. C. Griffith. (Continued From Page 1.) on rest team, Coach work.Buser wil begin drilling

East Main and Church Sts., Gainesville, Florida. Chi Pi-J. 'E. Hartridge. ing railroad fare and hotel bill.

Besides this, the Debating Councils Boost the U.
Hurrah for the Alligator! of F. official news-
trying to
arrange a debate with the-I J I paper. i





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