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Title: The Florida alligator
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Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: October 31, 1919
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Vol. VIII. __ __ _____ __ University. of Florida,__Gainesville, Friday, Oct. 31,. 1919. ___ No. 5.y .


ti NEW UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 'GATORS FIGHT FACULTY COMMITTEES ARE l -

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iQ et.. Will BE COMPLETED SOON PERRY, STRONGLY SUPPORTEDBY APPOINTED ft FOR THE YEAR


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SICK WILL BE TAKEN CARE OF NEW MEMBERS OF FACULTY
IN UP-TO-DATE HOSPITAL ON PROFS HOUSES -OUTPLAYS GA. CENTER. GOOD SPEECHES GIVEN POSITIONS ON COMMITTEES -

4jt CAMPUS. NEW EQUIPMENTAND TO SERVE FOR THIS
Every Man On Team Has Share In
LARGER QUARTERS. BUILT HERE SOON Scrap At Plant Field. Band Attends HEARD IN CHAPELDR. YEAR.

the Game Furnishing Peppy
Will Still Be In Will Be
Miss MacRobbie Music for the Day. General Faculty Meetings
< .Charge of University Patients. GAINESVILLE HOUSING COMPANY LEAKE SPEAKS ON LEAGUEOF Few. Committees Decide Important

New Hospital Is Evidence of the WILL BUILD NEAR UNIVERSITY Before three thousand spectators, NATIONS AND ON PEACE Questions Under Their

Growth of the Unhersity. CAMPUS AND ALSO band playng and colors flying, Florida TREATY.-OTHERS WILL TALK Jurisdiction.
:1! IN OTHER PARTS OF CITY. UNDER Y. M. C. A.
went down fighting to the end, with
nl.e Keeping up with the progress in Faculty committees for the ensu-
Georgia finding more on her hands
other branches, on the campus, tht reject Launched Here Will Aid than she had anticipated. Course of Talks, on Life Work Will ing year have been appointed and the
Universtiy Infirmary has overgrown Both the University and the Town After outplaying their opponentsfor Be Delivered In Near Future )3yRepresentative member of: these committees have

. itself, and will presently blossom out People and Will Make The University practically three quarters of the Professional' '. )-Ien"of. ben announced for publication. The

into a brand new hospital with wards City More BeautifuL game, the Gators lost two touchdowns State. "_ following"statement has been given
and sure-enough hospital beds an' -- and a field goal to Georgia during out from the Registrar's office with
University will have lit- Students the University and committees and their
everything. professors the last part of the third quarter of he list of respective -
a Workmen have been busy for some tIe trouble in finding residences in' and fourth quarter. their friends wiI1 be glad to learn thata duties. __ ._ .

time on the old West Barracks built the future if plans made by the "Tootie" Perry, Florida's candidate series of lectures or- talks on up to Standing Committees of they, .
will in Gainesville Housing work out date subjects be delivered in the Faculty. )
and
CU during the S. A. T. C. a ompany for all-American center found little well
Ct short time finish the hospital, which favorably. This organization composed trouble in handling Day, Georgia'sbig chapel from time to time. The first Owing to the small numbers, three

ts promises to be up to date in every of Gainesville business men, center, holder of the title, and talk was given by Dr. Frank Leakeof a year, of regular meetings of the
td respect. plans to build houses for University succeeded in breaking thru, time aftertime the History and Economics depart- general faculty, a great deal of responsibility -
I The infirmary space has been lim- professors and others coming to before ment last Tuesday. As soon as arrangements necessarily falls upon its
mussing up plays they
ited in past years to six beds on the Gainesville, and either rent or' s ell were fairly started. Penalties playeda can be made the Y. M. Standing Committees. During the
C upper floor of Thomas Hall. These them to new residents coming herein large part in the contest the major ?. A. will put on a series of lectures. periods between the meetings of the I

beds occupied one room, and quartersfor the near future. r portion being alloted to Florida. Geor- Basing his aigt1..tfi in-support of General Facsulty, each of these com
e Miss McRobbie, the nurse, occupied The organization of the companyis gia's tactics of fake plays fooled the the Treaty of Peace ajid.the Leagueof mittees is under the President ffof the
x the other. This will all be changed compete and in a short time the Gators twice, once for a forty yard Nations on the most serious objections President of the University, the sole

however, and there will be a gen- committee which has been appointed, gain and the second time for a touch- advanced by its opponents, .authority on the matters within its
: eral ward, contagious ward and a liv- wi report, after which work on three down. Dr. Leake, urged his audience"to do all I jurisdiction. Each committee is,

.1 ing room and reception room for the residences will commence. Two of Cheeves, substitute halfback for that they can to support bolh docu t however, to submit a written report
in the new hospital. the first residences will be of the ments. He showed that he was thoroughly 'of its activities at all regular meetings -
nurse
Georgia and Barchan substitute quarter -
aC- On the left going in the main door bungalow style and the other will bea were the star players for the familiar with all the details of [ of the General Faculty, by which

CI I[ of the barracks, or rather Hospital, two story house. Just .where these 'Crackers, as wet a% the two ends, this most complex question and-han- body its proceedings may be approved -
t is the contagious ward. This,alone is new buildings will be located has not Collings and Reynolds. For Florida, dIed it so that it appealed to every amended, or revoked. Itheir .
been decided.Convenience. A list of Standing Committees and
the old one present.
a great improvement over 'Tootie" Perry stood far in the lead
whether for University and High Dr. Leake admitted the objection of duties immediately follow.
all contagious
plan, for cases, of any other mon on the team. The
1 or not had to go in the same School ; work of Clemmons and Thomas on the the opponents that the Treaty of The President of the University is
room in the old infirmary.On The pans call for the division of i wings was especially good on getting Peace and the League of Nationswere ex-offiicio a member of all standing

the right of the door, is the gen- building by the company equally between down[ under punt and in breaking up not perfect.lie' granted that committees.
eral ward where non contagiouscases the vicinity of the Universityand end runs. Goldsby and Wuthridgegot they contained many major defects ADMISSION. Duties-To pass
will be placed. Behind these the High School as most people everything coming their way over which would have_-to be worked out upon the qualifications of candidatesfor

rooms is the apartment for the nurse coming here are either connected tackle as did Connel and Baker. and corrected from time to time. He admission with freshman rank to
with the University have children college of the University, to assign -
Thereare or presented parallel examples of other any
and also the reception room. Training stood out in every feature -
F two baths on the first floor, one who go to the High School; and, as of Georgia's playing Saturday world documents ,tbat were far from subjects of study to those accepted -
for the general ward and connected the new houses would be of little be- Herd men are trained thruout the perfect at the outset but were not and to act upon the petitionsof
with the nurse's quarters.No nefit if placed in any locality other summer and the beautiful results rejected for that reason but were corrected such of those as wish to begin an
than the two planned, it would be of irregular or special" course. Mem-
work has been done on the second were seen when the "Crackers" trot and which are doing much to
little to build.University bers Simpson, Farr, Davis, Crandall,
floor of the barracks as yet al- use ted out on the field. make the world better. Grantingthat :
tho the plans have been made to have Professors coming here Wth time and money at her dispbs- a great many of these mistakesdo Cawthon, Leake.
this in readiness for any emergency.At each year find a great difficulty in securing al and the material on hand this year, exist he claimed, that it was as it ALUMNI. Duties: To keep a rec-
present however the lower floor locations and are often forcedto everyone; agrees that Florida could stands far ahead of the times and after ord, as fa ras possible, of the achieve-
wards use two rooms or sometimes only the major defects have been eliminated ments of the alumni, to secure their
alone will be used the two stand at the top of the ladder in football -
Laving accomodation for over twenty- one. This makes it very inconven- history if given the chance. it would stand the test for a cooperation in promoting the inter-

five men if need be. Beds for six- (Continued On Page 6.) Statistics of the Game. great many yars to come. ests of the institution, and, in general,
foster and maintain cordial rela-
to
teen will be placed in the wards at Analysis of the play 'shows' that
between all former studentsand
tionships
first and later others, if needed. I Georgia rushed thirty-seven times fora
Y. M. C. A TO HAVE ORDER ISSUEDOF the University. Members: Caw-
Several regular hospital beds have net gain of 123 yards, while Florida
thon, Anderson, Willoughby, Trusler,
been ordered and will be placed ni netted but thirty-eight yards in twen-
LECTUREPROGRAM NEW 'MAKES"ONE Perry.
the hospital as soon as they arrive. ty-nine rushes. Of the Cracker gain, ATHLETICS. Duties: To foster
These beds are the latest thing in 100 yards was around the end, while
!clean, amateur athletics, in particu-
their line. They have fifteen inch SECRETARY GEO. WHITE ANNOUNCES the 'Gators showed a net loss of SECOND LIEUTENANT APPOINTED -
ular to direct and supervise all ath-
wheels which make easy the turningand A SERIES OF "LIFE twenty-one yards as the result of AND SEVERAL NONCOMMISSIONED letic activities, especially games with
to In their attempt to skirt the ends. OFFICERS ARE
rolling from place place. WORK" LECTURES. TO BE other colleges, to encourage all students -
addition to this feature is the adjust- GIVEN IN GYMNASIUM. Georgia punted four times for 145 MADE IN NEW ORDER. exercise
to engage in, physical ,
able back which faclitates the feed- (Continued On Page 6)
I to see that none but bona fid students -
ing of the patient, and also rests him. i iI Assignments Are Made To Their Respective -
the
I Prominent Men From Various Partsof in good standing represent
The building will be heated by gas Companies. Vacancies
the State Will Tell Why They r Unversity in Athletics, to discourage
but later the steam Were Caused Men Not Drilling I
for the present, By
commercialism,in sports, and to guard
Their .
Chose Respective Profes TOMORROW'S GAMESBrown
heating system will be placed there.A sions. From Various Reasons. ; the financial interests of the athletic

porch will be built in connection vs. Syracuse at Provi- --:-- association. Members= Beck, Buser,
with the nurse's quarters and will be dence. Columbia vs. Union at New New appointments in .the Cadet Cox McGhee, White.DISCIPLINE. .
for her private use. A kitchenettewill The University Y. M. C. A. is York. Cornell at
vs. Lafayette Corps, and demotations_ were. an- ._ Duties: To encour-
be added after a time, but the planning a series of eight life work Ithaca. Dartmouth vs. Colgate at nounced in aiu order from the Commandant age gentlemanly behavior, to Inves-

present prospects for patients does lectures to be delivered by leadingmen Hanover.[ Ga. Tech. vs. Davidsonat of, Cadets published this, tigate all serious breaches of discipline -

not warrant this, and so the matter of the professional world from Atlanta. Harvard vs. Spring- week. ,The>; order! reads as, follows'r! > by students, 'whether on or off

will be dropped until later. all parts of the State. Secretary field at Cambridge. Illinois vs. Headquarters H.. .O. T. C. Unit.. University the campus, to give impartial trial to

Lack of funds hamper the further White has prepared a tentative pro- Chicago at Urbana. Lehigh vs. of. Florida, "Gainesville. Fla. those brought befpre it, and to as-
improvements, but enough is being gram which will be shaped in the Pittsburg at South Bethlehem. General Order, No. 3. Oct. 28, 19i9 sign punishment to those convicted of

done now to assure a warm quiet near future. Princeton vs. West Virginia at 1. The following Non Commission violations of University regulations.

place for the patients and everything Dr. John G. Venable, pastor of the Princeton. Army vs. Tufts at ed. Officers are reduced to Privates; Members:, Crandall,. -Fulk, McGhee,
possible will be.,done; for their com First Presbyterian Church in Jack- West Point. Navy vs. West Vir- for the reason set opposite''their s- Ward, Cody.GRADUATE.

fort Miss Mary'' McRobbie will be sonville, will give the first lecture, ginia Weslyan at Annapolis.. Wis- pective names: w WORK., Duties: To
in charge of the new Hospital, and speaking on the supject: "Why I Icons in vs. Minnesota at Madison. Hunter, R.'S., to play in band;*Hunter pass upon" pettions- of candidates for

additional nurses will be employed as chose the Ministry as a Profession". Yale vs. Maryland\ State at New F. R., physicaLdisability, not ableto recognition as graduate students, to

needed. Dr. Venable is eminently qualified to [Havocs: ..Florida vs. Southern 'at1st. drill; Hogarth, L. A.; to' play in approve or reject courses of study

present this topic, being a minister of Petersburg. band; Witchell, N. E., to do clerical leading to the Master's degree, to ex-

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size and off color fruit will be saved. Green, right forward. {t and plans outlined to raise funds I II 1 request of the students and the Alumni -
; Gray, left guard. I and build the memorial. The memorial The Fernandina News-Record is Association.Thus .

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

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

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: :'2:: __ :.:== The student body heard a "peppy" I
Is the Official PhotographerFor -ZA speech in chapel Frid. a. m. Ode 17, COME IX AND SEE US FOR BASE BALL FOOT

the University of Florida Rat's Dream. when Frank Spain shook the cobwebs BALL-TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTING GOODS. ,
(By B. & N.) jat of their brains with a fiery ad- la
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TimeBetween 11:30 p.m. and men carried his points with great mS'
; W- S. DORSEY & CO. 1:45 a.m., Oct 18, 1919 force. :

r Everything in Groceries PreludeIt rrank told the men what be called Gainesville Furniture Co. ;
had been a day of victory at old i real pep and what they owe to the
."" _* For fioodnesa Sake Florida. The foot-ball team had wona I team. He gave some facts that showed d<
G .'Di nk DORSSY'S DELICHM.Coffee victory over Merger by a score of wherein the student body had al
i 48 to 0, thrilling every student on failed to come up to their obligations. D. R. COX, Proprietor. R

I ; the campus and filling him with hap "These," he said, "are open facts for, Phone 86 nt B
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Do Business With piness to an extent hitherto un- which your conscience must answer.
known even in that victorious sea- 'Are you doing what is right? Are ,
t PHIFER STATE BANK son.The you supporting the team as hard as f:oooooooooocxxxxxxxxxxxxxxyoooooooooooocxoocoooQoooooj3VE ) sin}
last notes of the band had died they are working for you? Feilows I --;
away. The announcement of Bob think it Florida
over.
expects every
f HHargrave had ceised. The last loiterer man to do his duty." f I I i11
ff f meDORAi'S to had retired from the mess hall President Murphree capped the cli- 'rr'i
BICYCLE SHOP and the lights in the palacie3 (Buck max with a few words in support 01Frank's i
man and Thomas) were darkened.The j.
East Main Street. speech. He assured the students -
-- soul of every student was aflame I of his support and that of the Agent For
f For Bicycle, 3Iotorcycleg, Accessories with college spirit. They were dre faculty. It was a fitting close to alongtoberemembered NUNNALLY'S AND WHITMAN'S CANDIES
and Repairs. ed in flowing robes and a look of s-I chapel and it TOMKINSON KEY FLORAL CO.
xiety for a night shirt parade went home to the men. ,
'I ed upon their faces.
NEW YORK RACKET Suddenly Frank Spain, rising in !I OF JACKSONVILLEOOOOOOCXXXXJOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I
--- their midst thus addressed them: A Mexican who arrived in London ,
Agent forFLORSHEIM "What are we going to do to Geor- on July 19th injuired the reason for -- ----- --- ---- .
gia?" The usual response came all the commotion. He was informed : : : : : : :: 0000000 (
t t SHOES loud and hearty. The students then that peace was being celebrated,
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t : formed two long lines and followedthe but in spite of the repeated effortsof
I I band in triumphant procession all several sympathizers, no one could DROP IN
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...'--.---..-.---------- -----.-------- in quest of "The Naughty Wife." But make him understand what peace
ft CIGARS, CIGARWES, PIPES f, alas! The fortress of "The Naughty really meant.PunchHIS
r rt.
I f t. t and TOBACCO i Wife" was impregnable being defended You'll Welcome Whether or Not You Decide to Buy
-Peanuts- t by the fire and police departments HANDICAP
I combined and even by two hundred OTTO F. STOCK TAILOR
Moseley's Corner armed men if necessary. To all those Profiteer: What makes you workso ,
I familiar with the fortress of the hard? Alteration Cleaning Pressing
I II i Naughty Wife it will! be recalled that I The common one: Sure, an' I'm too Phone 354. Gainesville.
I there is an open door directly back nervous to steal, sir.-St. Paul Dis
I THEY ARE GENUINE KEDS of the stage through which the scen- patch.
ery for the various plays is raised CXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXDOOOOCXOCXXOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOCXOOOOOiJWD
and we have them in Oxfords and and lowered from the alley. Now,
) Bals. They are the best you can buy the hero of this dream plants a lad-
I. for Tennis, Gymnasium or any kind der in the alley and ascends to this
t. of sporting wear. open door. Having already supplied
: I L. C. SMITH himself with a large quantity of
f! North Side of Square. gunpowder, and a fuse from the
: hardware company, he hides behind
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i ; place where its explosion will cause ,
the least damage. When the curtain I I'I Yp111Ry1 aTRADE

I drops at the end of the first act and

; i4ic5AeateHOME 'I the pretty chorus girls come runningoff
I the stage he sets off the powder .
\ I and screams: "Fire! Fire! Fire! Come I

girls, here is the only way of escape. II.
t1tff a :HU-O..o.o Climb down this ladder." The girls I.II
rush down the ladder with our hero
I following and by the time they reach .'
; OF GOOD PICTURES 'the alley, a transfer truck is there already ::1I
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waiting for them. Twenty rats I
grab them up in their arms and load- ,;
them on the truck. O.T rushes the
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truck and the night shirt paradeat
\ j SPORTING GOODS double time.

On, on they speed, until at last V
they reach the university gymnasium
'hKODAKS building. Here they stage a great
big dance. The University Jazz fur-
CUTLERY
i .'. nishes the music and the students do
"j- --- the rest. Our hero wins the heart of I
P Baird Hardware Co. the beautiful leading lady and toge- I MARKWHAT
Phone 7. ther they steal out of the gymn and
j I Gainesville. out under the large green bamboo i'

I II I ..__ ___ ____ ______ __ tree. As our hero folds her to his
bosom, the soft fifirinap hrpP7PR nloir man doesn't like his ?
-&----- ------ j"-J pipe There's
IF ITS PRINTING SEND IT with the laces of her silk negligeeand i nothing whets
smoke
f desires like
t' TO PEPPER she shivers in a delicious ecstacy. I; seeing a good pipe lying around.
-x- But listen! already the rumble of Because you know that in it is the only real smoke satisfaction.

Loose leaf books and supplies the fire truck is heard in the distanceas Your appetite will be doubly whetted if it is a W D C, because in
PEPPER PRINTING COMPANY the mighty machines come thun- \ W D C Pipes all the sweetness and
mellowness
of the
Phone dering down the brick genuine
136. pavement. Fol- French briar is
lowing the trucks is a militia, two brought out by our own special seasoning process.
hundred G Then, too, W D C Pipes
strong pouring out their are good to look at. The designs
S deadly volley.Oh i pleasing are
HOE S I workmanship perfect. You'll agree with us that
Our poor hero and leading la- i craftsmen are our
dy. What is to become of them? I accomplishing their purpose-to make pipes that
H B. M. TENCH H The bells on the fire trucks become are without peers in all the world. Ask any good dealer. Be

louder and more distinct when suddenly :! sure and look for the Triangle trademark. It's a guarantee against
I from a bed not four feet away, cracking or burning through.
0 Gainesville 0 'I comes the voice of a sophomore:
"Hey there Rat! Get-up and cut off
that alarm clock. Don't WM. DEMUTH
you know we & CO. NEW
don't YORK
have
breakfast
until
E eight
Florida.
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o'clock on Sunday WORLD'S LARGEST MAKERS
mornings t""Sure" OF PINE PIPESJ
answered the rat and, as
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Peabody was agreeably surprisedlast Members of the K. A. Fraternity ager and an Ancient and Valued i :: SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS ::

Monday night with the reading here, gave an impromptu dance in Graduate of the Baby Universities, I( E E
Haircut 25c 25c Shave 15c 25e. I II
their Sat. ; Massage ; ; Shampoo
given by Mr. Sapp of the Practice rooms night, Oct. 18, for Coaches Football Players, Several i, .
members of the I M: :A:
High.. The reading was of an humorous visiting team and assistant managers et aL {
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: :L out of town visitors who + N.:: u' N
nature and spoke well of Mr.Sapp's football game. Fess and attendedthe Scoots Scene:-Fleming Field the training j ::: UNE7T DOOR TO PALM PARLOR, EAST.UlHMHMUlkHIHUllMIUMUraiUBUUMMl. ::
possibilities as a spellbinder.
ground of the Florida 'Gators, as .
furnished the music for the occasion. : : .t U::
Current events were ably handled by .
valiant a group of pigskin chasers as
Mr. Peaden.. He gave us the latest ever fell on the ball, the aforesaid ....

dope on the Fla.-Ga. football game PIKES HAVE "POP"DANCE field being spotted with playejs good ." '.
and told of athletics' latest conquestRat FRIDAY NIGHT
bad and all
indifferent running punts : F r >
Nagle having been elected to the blocking, tackling, falling on the ball 1iw.1N1..wN M NN.N..NM1'. N/N N.Nn11M1INNLNTN'1.111NTITN
noble office of mascot to the Push The rooms of the Pi K. A. Fraternity and performing other fundamentals
on Frid. night, Oct. 17
Ball team. were
of the grand old game. The bleachers IY/W1NY///111YW1N4NWNYNNIN .
the IjIMAM
Our austere president had his head dance.scene of a snappy little pop which surround the field have a- .NWN.INNW.NN/N+.1// .1 N-Y 4.ta

spun round and round for several About ten couples enjoyed liberal sprinkling of spectators and
-: minutes of parliamentary practice.No music of all sorts which was ren- I
dered the tennis courts are crowded with
by "Ickey" Leslies'
business of moment came before Jazzy unknown students who watch the 'Ga
Orchestra. It was a late hour when
the club so a quartet of new members the Lors at secret play, forming a human L
tired
: couples trailed
was initiated into the awful mysteries out and I fense to keep out idle yes.
home to the dreamy strains of the I
of our society: and the body ad I latest waltz. Suddenly the High Mogal, the Manager .

journed. appears, in his hands he carriesa

large ball of chord which he playsout j i iafyoarround
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SPECIAL: MEETING OF THE IDEAL STUDENTThe behind him as he winds his digni- THE BEVE RAGE

PINELLAS COUNTY CLUBAt fied way down the field with a cort- '
lh" soft drink
period which a person spendsin i ege of assistants bringing up his rear : i ;

7:15, the members of the Pi college is the time if ever when' some say as he plays out the chord __ I

nellas County Club assembled in room I ideals are formed. We are all influenced that he is playing with a kitten but z For college men, busi

30, Buckman Hall, in response to a I by our ideals. It is therefore no, upon closer examination of his ness men professional !
summons from their president for a I i well that we give some care and record it is easily seen that he is I

called neeting. The assembly was I attention to the shaping of them. We playing upon the confidence of the men, men of sports- ,

called to order by the President, Mr. t t are bound to become to a greater or student body but it is rumored that I baseball football golf \
less degree of he is in fact losing that he ,
Nichols, who promptly stated that : perfection what we toy as manages

there. were several topics of important i want to be, and so, if we get a mis- by doing only trifles as lining tennis, shooting, riding. 1

business to be disposed of, for fl t taken idea of what is best for us we off the field. I For everybody 1:
everywhere
which the meeting had been called.In thereby injure ourselves. In the distance toward Thomas

the first place the matter of I It occurred to us that since we are Palace beyond the Tennis Courts un-I the year 'round,

getting all the Pinellas county men all striving to attain an ideal it mightbt der the pine trees the disks of = Bevo is hale refreshment ; '
out to the Club meetings and working I of interest to know the faculty's' lows playing hide and seek, is seen I

in cooperation with the bunch conception of the ideal student and i. eagerly approaching an ancient grad- I i I for wholesome .

considered. Finally it decided that uate of old Florida and an ever present I r
I was was possibly such knowledge would thirst-an invigorating
to let each and man act influence friend of the University. As he :
every some of us to change
our draws near the gridiron where the '" soft drink. Ideal for the ; -
as a committee of one to try and get ideals. Therefore with the purpose of II'II'i _
i team continues at playing sweet
as many of the remaining Pinellas discovering that conception we set athlete or the man inr
U pigskin nothings, he meets the H. M.
county men out as possible for a .
about to interview the individual faculty
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I T. M. I i physical mental train -
special meeting to be held on next members. We received widely
: I H. M. T. M.-"Sir! Do you not
: Tuesday night November 4. differing answers to the question: : ing-good to train on =
know that today Florida practices se-
Discussions on various topics followed "What constitutes the ideal student?" I'j and Healthfuli
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& all for the advancement of cretely for a game several days hence gain on.
and therefore
it is
difficult to sum up
the club activities toward betteringthe with Georgia and that you are a tres- appetizing. It must
accurately the of i
concensus opinion. and thus "
passer unwelcome. r ri
University and assuring it of
a
One member said: "Prepare your The Old Grad-"I be ice .cold.
reasonable appropriation from the lessons meant no harm.
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perfectly, if you do nothing .
State Legislature at its next sssion. H.1.. T. M.:-"It makes no dif- 1
However this is not the general opin- ference must
Bob Hargrave told of how he had interviewed ; you go. I = ANHEUSER-BUSCH :
ion. Quite to the contrary the species
T. O. G. his
Representative Harris of face falling sadly:-
Pinellas last Spring in Tallahassee I known on the campus as "sharks". "Very well sir. You are the man- : ST. LOUIS
pure and simple (with the accent on "
and should know best.
ager I
: and of what little satisfaction he had
the simple), do not seem as "strong"
With a rejected and dejected air
succeeded in getting from him in regard -
to the appropriation then in with the august body as some studentsseem he turned his once eager face toward Serve H cold f'J'
to think. While all the
professors the
city blocks It
consideration. It was decided that many away.
the club would either send letters to I: placed proper emphasis upon was hot coming, and with the sun nun .NN1N. 1NN11nln.n.nln

the various papers of Pinellas county thorough prerapation of recitations at his back, it would be worse going.

! or have individual members en- we believe that we state it conserva- H. M. T. M., to himself "Eh! I

terview their editors in attempt to tively when we say that the majorityof These town folks should know better

get their united cooperation in back- faculty members seemed to think than to be nosing around here at my 1.1+.fY.11'1111Y11M 1 .1.11 .T f

J ing the University. The followingmen that a man or woman who went thru heels all of the time." Turning to his t

were appointed to see to this college and developed therefrom noth- arduous labor of lining off the field, it 1NNIN .NLYwNuNw ............. ..
.. matter in their respective home towns; ing more than book knowledge missed is little wonder that he failed to hear .w...........h.oI............................._..Io........... /

Goodrich Copeland, St. Petersburg; C. the mark completely. Athletics murmured words of dissention from -- -- -- -

D. Johnson Clearwater; H. R. Fried- literary societies, college enterprises the sidelines refering to his "judg- ,. .... .. & n..".'-.-. ... .. .,....1. I,

lander, Largo; Paul Stinson, Tarpon of all kinds, seemed in the opinion of I I ment tact and appreciation for past CLOTHIER

Springs. most to constitute, in the aggregatea favors." BURNETTHE. :

: Several other matters were men- very large part of the benefit to be I'I CURTAIN shutting out, to his _

tioned but it was decided to let obtained from college. If your ideal deaf ears volumes of censuring because ".. p- '

them wait over until the next meet has been to score an "A" at the sac the hat he thought would fit Y

ing. After the roll call, the meeting rifice of all outside interests changeit. I I his exalted head falls loosely about I: ':; .(1 ;J .. .. .

broaden I his ears. j v t .; ;'l .c 1 .:
1 adjourned. This is the time to out; .
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Special attention of all Pinellas you can sharpen yourselves lateron J

; County students is called to this notice the grindstone of life. The Col- "Rat" Nagle was depressed by the LNUF SED

! : The Pinellas County Club will lege Rambler Illinois State.It loss of his speed wagon some time

: have a special meeting on next Tues- ago. He brought in the joyful tidings
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! day night in room 30, Buckman Hall. is unfair to compare some men yesterday that he had found it. The

: Every Pinellas County student must with rattlesnakes. When a rattle- mysterious part is that the wheel was
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make it a point to attend. Businessof snake is going to bite he gives you lost and found in front of the Agricultural -
importance will be attended to. warning. building. SUBSCkIBE TO THE ALLIGATOR-

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size and off color fruit will be saved. : Green right forward. Fed\ and plans outlined to raise funds I I II request of the students and the Alumni
: Gray, left guard. I I and build the memorial The memorI i, The Fernandina News-Record is Association.

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

in St. Augustine on Sunday for: Subs: C. Duncan, forward; C. An- park on Riverside avenue, are able to do so, to build houses for budget system is approved by the I.
center G. Stanley guard. i'I 1 i (Continued Page Two)
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t f THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR JUST RAMBLINGThere fT DO BUSINESS WITH

was a time, if our memoryof FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK -
Printed and published by the students of the University of Florida every custom does not lead us astray THE

Ir '. Thursday in their own print shop on the campus. when the managers for the various h

EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT athletic teams were selected by the -The New Million Dollar Bank. Resources :$2,000,000.

__ _________..:..... Editor in Chief Athletic Board for their sound sense "
Dewey A. Dye .. .... ---::.. :::::= .... _...... ""- .... ---- --.... --- -4; .
Goodrich Copeland _...._.________--__--------______--..._.._....__ Managing Editor and sagacity and not because in a : --
;k IL 3L Friedlander,,--A.sst. Man. Ed. Leslie D. Williams _- LocaT Ed. moment of popularity the student -- --- ---..-- -:-=- ::: ::::..::::::::: .r ..:: .
iJ' Randall Hunter, ._ Sporting Ed. Van. E. Huff Society Ed. body, through the medium of the .. yU .
H. R. DeSilva. Contributing Ed. "Bivins & Norton;.Exchang Eds. Board of Directors of the Athletic I! Ladies' Engraved
t Association, elected them to these Gentlemen's
BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Stationery.
t t Calling Cards.
positions of horior and trust.

t J. Velma Keen __-___..._.._...__:_:_____..........._....___ Business Manager The baseball season was a decided GAINESVILLE DAILY NEWS
6! Walter W. Gunn _____ ..__...______________... Assistant Business Manager success both from the standpoint of A (Today's News Today)
i John H. Carter. ... .-- -- .--...---..---..- Circulation Manager clean and winning athletics, and froma
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:, MECHANICAL DEPARTMENTC. business and financial viewpoint. It *; E. University Avenue. Gainesville, Fla.

\ t I D. Johnson .___-...___._.___...___._' _______......_.-"_____._ Foreman is more than a mere possibility that -- '" -- -
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i t W. Russell King _.___.___.....___...___.-_.__....._.._____..__.._____.- Pressman the competition was the direct cause j ---- __A --,"' -_ -- -- --- ;-
of bringing to the' front the better .
i i Entered as second class matter, September 28, 1912- at the postoffice" at man. The man with those business --= .::4;:::::0xti,.:::.,sw..a.0-s..w.. :;;... == rR : --:::
Gainesville, Fhu, under the Act of March 3d- 1879. qualities, the keen judgment the
''t Place all communications and news items in boxes designated that stick-to-it-tive-ness
foresight, the
i i.i purpose in Peabody and Language: Halls. and the patience which are necessary *i PALM PARLOR

I P.ate-The Florida Alligator $1.50 the year. prerequisites for making a success in
I that all-important position. u

The same thing said in an editorial in this issue of the Alligator in Auditors of the account books of t ICE. CREAM DE LUXE

s regard to the football managership. might with equal truth be said. about the Athletic Association have at different -
; r basketball and the others. times in the past, announced t3
0 I that student managers, elected on a Popular and Classical Sheet Music. High Grade Candies.Crane's .

t There are those on the, campus who had as well learn now as another popular ticket and allowed an uncurbed t', ,
I Exclusive Stationary.
I I ; time that it is the weight of the, brain and not the' size of, the, head_-real : hand in the matter of expen-
I f or imaginary-that counts. ditures for varied articles and trips,
0 essential or non-essential, have from f, ::: ::=:=: -.:...=== ==:: ::=:::: =:=: ;::::::; ::: :: ;:::-=

I With the addition of George Sparkman to the army of coaches now I time to time been instrumental in
I directing the 'Gator practices making a total of three, it mlglit 'velI, be running the Athletic Association deeply ;;:== .-:: -=--=.. :..._= :.:::: :._:: ;;: --::;. = ..;:. -=:;...:

said that we had a coaching staff. I. I into debt. Last year, due chieflyto tf.O. G. Martin. nr: E. Early.I
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0 the lack of football and baseball
Boys, next time Florida delivers the bacon restrain yourselves by teams, and the wise administrationof ", MARTIN'S GARAG n

I frying it over a bon-fire on some, empty lot. We understand one has the Athletic Board counseled by ; .'
(The Old Lang Garage)
been magnanimo'usly'donated to the use of the students. Time for pink Coach Buser this debt, which had
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I i I ALL WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY CHEERFULLY REFeXDt
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j teas. Eh! Fellows? cast a discouraging shadow over athletics -'I I
ED. ANYTHING THAT CAN BE DONE-WE DO IT.
I 0 for many years, was liquidated 1
I Wondn't it be a good idea not to require a few students to go to chapel and the books for the year closed 1 THE BEST MECHANICS MONEY CAN HIRE. ELECTRICAL EXt -
who do not have enough respect to listen while a visitor is speaking 01 with a small cash balance on hand- : PERT-STORAGE BATTERIES REBUILT-LATHE AND '
enough deference to God to be quiet while prayer is being made? If they a thing without precedent in the an- M MACHINE WORK

must be required to go somewhere lets either reform. them. or build a cheap nals of the Athletic Board. f. Phone 361. Autogenous 'Velding."t !
hog pen for their edification. The same conservative doctrine ,
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OWell which pulled the Athletic Associationout
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"Give 'm Hell" in Saturday and there those who of the financial hole last is
we Tampa ,
are year, :::::: :.::: :: ::== ::: =:: Z_.=: :=_ ;,::: '
say we should have had the game. Regardless of the yes or no on that the same conservative doctrine whichis i-
point the boys plugged away until the last whistle blew. Now we are being applied by the football man-
THE BOSTON STORE
laying for next year. Georgia had better; start praying for her "war ba- ager this year. He was a member of tx I
bies" in the line. the Athletic Board last year and he Next to the A. C. Passenger Depot
O fully realizes, by experience the am- t
Every student in University should visit the Alligator Office. We ount of effort and energy it took to
: Carries high grade of Ladies' andlen.s furnishings Alsof
1 are glad to have you too but if you want to stay on good'terms, please put the Association on its feet again. tl 3 -
Hats, Shoes and everything in ready to wear for :\Ien. Women andy
t keep your hands off everything, type especially. Another thing against For that reason and that reason
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Children at remarkably reasonable
I the ethics of the printing profession is reading of copy before it is printed alone was the Board fortunate in electing prices.
It looks like type is easy to handle, and it would seem that it is just Lloyd Z. Morgan to his man- t Come And Convince Yourself At
II as well to read the news, one time as another-but it isn't.STUDENT agership, for he is, to say the least,
0 careful, but-and thereby hangs a THE BOSTON STORE
MIXERSIn moral-it was effectuated in a care-

I glancing" over the files of the Alligator it was discovered that a less hit or miss fashion, the qualitiesof Next to the A. C. Passenger Depot '
1 few years past it was the universal custom among the various casses the man for that responsible posi- i
I which compose the student body at the University for one class to entertain tion were little considered, it was argued -
I the others by what were commonly called student mixers. Usually I that he was assistant footba.l:! =. ;:: -= :;:::::: ==::: ==-..= =--:::: = 4t

I a barrell of apples with the addition of a few cigars and cigarettes were manager the year before, and that

I provided for the devotees of the nasty weed; but the fact refreshments hence he was peculiarly fitted to take .:: :::: =..::-= -:: ::-::: ::::= ..;;,: .. .:: .... =
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I were provided by the class which happened to be host was ,a small consider- up the onerous responsibilities of the
I ation, as it was the spirit which animated the gathering which counted and full managership, and as fate has AMERICAN SHOE

G which got the results. Results which meant much to the school and to the decreed he was so fitted, as a result REPAIR
I fellows in after life. Man's nature is a social one and; cannot be satisfied in he is making an excellent manageras + CO. "

j its social hungar by the meager intercourse which is obtained in the class average student managers go. J' Phone 139. -

i room around the portals of the various buildings .and in a casual way Fate may not be so kind next time.It .
around about on the campus. Some concerted: action by somebody is i is possible or even probable, that t t
I needed to start the ball rolling. The student body here is not so large the next guess will be a bad one, that *1 WORK DONE WHILE YOU WAIT
;I but that every man here should have at least a speaking acquaintance with the manager selected to succeed the
I every other student. present manager will not have the 114 N. West Main. Gainesville. t

I It might not be a bad idea for the president of the combined Senior required capacity. The Alligator is I'I'f I'n
classes to call a meeting of that dignifid bunch and appoint a committeeto opposed to leaving the latch stringout
prepare a social calender" for the ,entire school year. This calender in any such shipshod manner. AGENT AT t I It
.should be prepared with some thought and be arranged in such a man- Hence the Alligator with the best interests -
ner that It could be used as a guide in future years. of the "school and her future t L ROOM 31 BUCKMAN ,

I. Such affairs as those mentioned above should become regular func- athletic teams at heart insists that .
tions at the University. There is no valid reason in the world why a the Board of Athletic Directors of :::::.:: :=::::: -=:==.==:::- ;;=::- := ==.:: .: --- :

couple of university students should pass each other on the 'streets, with the Athletic Association, before selecting _. .
head inverted and eyes eated like a couple of surly brutes. The same{ another student manager announce ::""= *": ;::-:: =.::;..,=:=: ..... ..T "'"' -''"': -, -...-:
fi thing applies with equal truth to the professors. Suppose the students and a date when would-be managers I"

professors both take a whack at playing the role of "mine host".. Fellowship for the' team next year, may
of the right sort never hurt any man. make public their candidaticy, ana M The -8 kso; ; -I IH

Make it a tradition. -- that a tryout period may during be had which be a providedfor. competitive I University j


.... ;:.::: ---::::::: = .:::::: .---- ::: = ducted. If the the best competition man should is fairly win con-and f Basement Language Hall ,In
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Board was elected on a pledgeto NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIONERYA 1 1fi
safeguard the best interests of the
RELIABLE PAWN SHOP-MONEY TO LOAN ON t. student body. Is that pledge to be a LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS, FRESHMAN 5t

iT' DIAMONDS, WATCHES, GUNS PISTOLS travisty, or a sincere promise? Let CAPS, ETC. ti:
CLOTHING SHOES, HATS, ETC. I the Board answer with ACTION.

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GAINESVILLE, FLA. i There are fewer men crying be-
Full Line of Musical Instruments and Strings f cause their wives have run away than Everything For The Students 1

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I Friday, Oct. 31, 1919. j
". The Florida Alligator!. +

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. -- : :- :;- students on these courts.c ::"'": :r 1.. ;;.. ;. '::... ....]
,I BOYS ; ( ) A list of the names of the -Florida
MILITARYR. Barber
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Every room ought to get a good live daily. Subscribe for THE I University team will be kept postedin ShopFOR -

ATLANTA GEORGIAN and SUNDAY AMERICAN. Contains j..,' STUDENTS AND ;
00. a :::" the vicinity of the courts.
cracker-jack sporting section. Delivered 20c. per week. 3. Students who are playing OTHERS 1

I-. H. GILLEN Agent. Room No. 21, Buckman Hall O. T. C. DRILL SCHEDULEFOR singles will not play more than one West Side of Square. Gainesville. f
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MONTH set if others are waiting to play. They --- -------- -- I

may, however, play doubles on the
Saturday, Nov. 1. Company In- same court if by so doing they can I
eJ T spection. accomodate all players who are wait PICTURES and PICTURE FRAMES
"9.. DANCING Monday, November 3. Squad drill ing for the court.
Miss SOPHIE BUKKHiM announces the opening of her close order and manual of arms. 4. Students who are playing doub-

School of Modern Dancing. Those desiring instruction, please tel- (Nomenclature of rifle for others.) les may play a match of two out of NORAH

ephone No. 184 at once. Wednesday, November 5. Squad three sets before relinquishing the
drill, close order and manual of arms. court to other players. The total Greeting CardsSANITARY
(Nomenclautre of rifle for others.) amount of uninterrupted play must
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Thursday, 6. be taken into consideration in cases

Colors, nomenclature of rifle. coming under this rule.a .
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Saturday, November 8. Escort to ( ) Whenever two or four students -
II Shoes that Wear Colors; nomenclature of rifle. appear for play and all courts BARBERSHOP

Monday, November 10. Escort to including that one reserved for mem-

UNITED SHOE Colors nomenclature of rifle. bers of the team are in use, they may
STORE. Wednesday, November 12. Squad select the court on which they wish to
drill close order 30 minutes extended GAINESVILLE FLORIDA.
play and announce that fact to the

order 10 minutes. occupants, who will be governed by x-a: : :: ..:a:: ...
Thursday, November 13. Squad rule 3. They will waive all rights to
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drill, nomenclautre of the piece. any other court but may occupy any ...
NEW SOUTHERN HOTELT. Saturday, November 15. Company vacant court for which there is no ; :: At1 nI

R. PICKETT Prop. inspection. waiting list. There will be no wait
RATES REASONABLE.--NICE MODERN ROOMS.-EXCELLENT Monday, November 17. Squad drill ing list on the team practice court.b I SMOKERS SUPPLY CO.

TABLE SERVIVCE. and nomenclature of the rifle. ( ) Students who are given a Florida *tt
Tampa,
Gainesville Fla. ft 1
.... Phone 168. Wednesday, November 19. Com- court must begin playing five minutes
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pany drill close order. after the court has been taken over or
Thursday, November 20. Companydrill lose their rights to the court.e I SAN LOUIS CIGARS 1
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close order. ( ) Players who stop play more '
.1 Saturday, November 22. Battalion than five mnutes before the conclu- i
The Alachua Restaurant and Lunch RoomFOR inspection review. sion of a set of singles or a match of 1 For Sale at t ti.

f LADIES AND GENTLEMENHalf Monday, November 24. Battalion doubles will forfeit their right to the THE COLLEGE INN ;
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1J. a Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot. drill. court. Moreover only one stop of that

Telephone 507. Gainesville Fla. Wednesday, November 26. Com- duration will be permitted. ",. .-.:.,.-..------.--._- .-- --.__>k_*4t.-.J3 fe&M 1
pany close order drill 20 minutes; (d) Players who are required to I

J. extended order 20 minutes. give up a court under these rules
The Sanitary Cleaningand
November Battalion
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inspection and review. court and will await their regular Pressing Co. ;'
i Note: On November 3rd and 5th, turn. Such announcements cannotbe
FORD HEADQUARTERSJ. the best drilled men among those {
made until the players have actually -
Get clothes cleaned and pressed 1
R. ALDERMAN Prop. your
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i armed will be selected from each relinquishd their court.
...., The Home of the Famous FORD MOTOR CARS, Accessories squad and formed into other squads.On 5. Incomplete groups will not be in the sanitary way.
Supplies and Repairs. November French Dry Cleaning and Steam
6th men who cannot ,
permitted to occupy a court to the ex-
make a good showing at ceremonies Pressing
clusion of complete groups. One mem- f.
will turn their Saves Time. Saves Clothes.
-- ----- -- -, guns over temporarily ber of a group may announce for a
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1 armed and will be given instructionin take the
group are present to court
Alachua County Abstract Company nomenclature of the rifle. The com- immediately when it is vacated, they Hat cleaning and Blocking a Specialty
B.: K. Colson, President. panies will be reformed from the
I I lose all rights thereto and must go to Also STEAM DYING
Members of American Association of Title Men. Members of Florida armed men and will practice escort to the bottom of the waiting list. How- Phone 675 Give us a callNICKDLlIATO I'
I Association of Title Men. the Colors. The band will be pres-
ever, two members of a group of
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. ent at drill November 6th, 8th, and three
i may elect to play a set of sing- -
10th. It will await the arrival of the les in which case the third member f

if -------------- --------------- Battalion on the field. and the absentee lose all rights to the

f :: -- -' ;;::: =:::: :" ===: -= ... _4 Lieut.BLOXHAM Col. Inf. WARD U. court. A group playing or waiting to !
S. A. play is not required to make a place HIGH GRADE j:
$ Popular Goods At Popular Prices for an individual who is waiting to

, t u AT 1 COURT RULES play. Neither will any group be required TAILORING f
to break
up to accomodate an 1 ,.
4 BURKHIMS incomplete group. The rules of cour- Next door to McCollum's Drug Store. tj
FOR TENNIS
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---- --- --- -- -- -- -- ---- In order to insure a fair distri- Chairman, Faculty Committee.
bution of time on the University Ten- I {

nis Courts, the Faculty Committee on
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Athletics here by enacts the following THE HUMBLE SLACKERS 3 3j

CLEAN LIVING IN ABUNDANCEWE rules: : 3f f j
When our boys were fighting over
1. The courts shall be numbered "

ARE READY TO RIDE consecutively from No. 1 to No. 4, in- there ,
The local slackers did
not care 1 1.
clusive. Until these numbers are ac- :
LET YOUR DIRTY DUDS SLIDE tualy placed on his courts they will They stayed behind in great dispair
Because to fight they wouldn't
be identified by campus direction as dare. 't

STUDENT LAUNDRY CLUB follows:
No. 1. The Northeast Court.
They went from here to other plac-
No. 2. The Northwest Court. esGrew 1
No. 3. The Southeast Court.
heavy beards disguising their
No.4. The Southwest Court.
faces
2. (a) A Court to be designatedlater
To prevent the cops from unwanted
by the Committee will be set chases The right kind of features to havein
aside for the use of the regular ac-
IF THERE IS ANYTHINGYou redited University tennis team. Any good tailoring are fabric, fashion \
When our boys marched home from
students not on the team will sur- over thereCarrying and fit. We furnish all three excel- }
line of Fancy Fruit Groceries and Vege- render this court without completinga
want in the medals and Helmets with lently as our best patrons will cheer- ,,
set upon the request of one or more 9

I i iI! tables at the Lowest Prices, Call at the members of the team. The committee The proud slackers air, were again in sad fully testify. Let us make you a ;

I reserve the right to set aside ad- despair sample suit in any style you prefer,

Sanitary Fruit and Produce CompanyPhone ditional necessary.courts for this purpose whenever Confining themselves from the and we know that the satisfaction we

87. Gainesville, Fla. (b) Members of the team who terrible scare. will give you will keep you a steady

I wish to play on any other court will ByAlbert Di Maio alias Young customer ever afterwards. We are

abide by the rules governing otherftime Kipling. not at all high priced. *

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that a large quantity of the off |I Friedlander, left forward: ]I the organization will be perfected shortage of seed potatoes. "i-StudentAct tFee't f'E6 S0, s t"The
size and off color fruit will be saved. i Green right forward. j and plans outlined to raise funds r request of the students and the Alumni .
Gray, left guard. !|i and build the memorial. The memor. The Fernandina News-Record is! Association. j

Vessella's Band opened its engage- j Cohen, right guard. j ial will be erected in the recently purchased i 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. An- park on Riverside avenue are able to do so, to build houses for' budget system is approved by the a
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\ yards, while the Crackers suffered only ..Y. 31. C. A. WILL HAVE PROFS
t } HANDBOOK one penalty, for five yards. GOOD LECTURE PROGRAM BUILT HERE SOON LILIENBMOLNAR'S?

The Lineup and Summary. -
1\\ k RECEIVED HERE Georgia Florida (Continued From Page .'.) (Continued From Page 1.) II BICYCLES

Day ____ _____.C ____ Perry note, and a versatile speaker. He has ient for them and is of great discomfort -
ATTRACTIVE YEARBOOK R E- Welchell ---4.--*RG _______ Connell seen over-seas service, and can speak at" the same time. Also many
\ t RECEIVED LATE BUT IS WELCOME Vandiver -.u____ LG ___uh___ Baker from varied experiences. The date persons moving to Gainesville in or- t
; NEVERTHELESS. IS A Rigdon _n________ RT _______._ Wuthrich of this lecture will be definitely an- der to send their children to High
HELP TO STUDENTS. Pew _------ LT.-__.__ Goldsby I nounced at a later time, the present School or Grammar School are un- 1
t O. Reynolds ------. RE ?m Clemmons i plan being to begin the series some able to find residences near the- .
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; i T Information Which Will Be of )Iucht Colling I _-_m_ LE .u____.._ Thomas II time during the ensuing month. This school, and the children must walka

t. Help to All New Men Is Contained Barchan ______.______ QB __---._.. Hatton lecture will be given in the gym- long distance to school and then DINING ROOMHIGGINBOTHAM A
t In This "Y" Handbook.Every Cheeves _.__.__._... RH ____ Sparkman nasium, as will the balance of the series attend to their studies
:;' Student Should Read It. Rothe _.__....u___..._ LH _n_ Anderson at the Friday morning chapel Bishop Is President.Dr. .
I Munn ..mm___...___. FB ___.____m Merrin hour.
I Score by Quarters will be presented as J. C. Bishop heads the organization .
: Handbooks issued by the Y. 3L C. : Other topics
; : A. were late in arriving this year, Georgia ----._..---.._.__---__ 0 0 13 3-16 follows: a lawyer-"Why I Chose as president, and R. B. Ott '..
f but at last they are here, and Secretary Florida ._...u.mmm.___.00 00- 0 Law as a Profession". A banker- of the Florida National Bank is sec-
t White has been passing them Scoring: Touchdown Rothe and "Why I Chose Banking as a Profes- retary. In addition to these men, BROS. l'
r out during the week. Barchan; goals from touchdowns, Neville sion." A business man 'Why I there is a Board of Directors com-
field Profession". A posed of leading business men of the On your way to the University
The books are in attractive green ; goal, Collings. Chose Business as a
.I covers, and on the front in gold is a Substitutions: Georgia, McWhorter doctor"Why I Chose Medicine Asa city. DRINKS and GROCERIES
I t triangle enclosing the title of "Hand- for Cheeves, Neville for Munn, High- Profession. A teacher- "Why I
book, U. of F." The binding is smith for Welchel, Rose for Day, chose Teaching as a Profession". A J. H. Franklin made a side trip to l
leatherette. Inside is information for Cheeves for McWhorter and McWhorter farmer "Why I Chose Farming as Jacksonville while returning from I

the new men, including the University for Rothe. My Life Work". An _.engineer Tampa. The Florida Alligator, $1.50 yearn
calender, and class schedule card. Florida substitutes: Wilson for "Why I chose Engineering as my Pro- I
the Sparkman; B. Anderson for Hatton, fession". I --- --
There are short write-ups on I
t" various student activities, and also Bushnell for C. Anderson, Ford for It is hoped and expected- that the 1 I ,..
a church directory. Each college is Connell, Sparkman for Wilson, Norton student, thus securing an unbiased, GAINESVILLE FRUIT STORE

I mentioned with the work it does, and for Baker, Olson for Perry, Warner and expert panoramic representation j Fancy Fruits and Draft Beverages. Cigars, Cold Drinks and Bevo, lOc I
the student publications and athle- for Wuthrich. of the advantages and disadvantages ;, Thank You. Come Again.N. .
tics are given i prominent place. In Officials: Coles, ClemSon referee; of the diversified activities of profes- ;
addition to the printed matter are Arnold Auborn, umpire; Sutton, Florida sional life, will be better able to : S. TAMPAILY, Manager.VANSICKLE .

J several blank pages for notes, addresses headlinesman. choose with wisdom his vocation, or I i
etc. pursue with more application his I
The entire book is neat and attractive FACULTY COMMITTEES ARE present choice. The least possible be-
and reflects credit to the APPOINTED FOR THE YEAR nefit that can possibly accrue from r
committee which had the work in the rendering of such a course will be
charge. Robertson and Son, of Birmingham (Continued from page one) the fact that the men will be con

are the publishers. amine dissertations, and at the last strained or induced to think, if pos HAS BEEN PHOTOGRAPHING GAINESVILLE FOLKS FOR TEN
regular meeting in each year o? the sible, with more seriousness than
YEARS AND BUSINESS GETS BETTER EVERY YEAR.
t 'GATORS FIGHT OLDGEORGIA General Faculty to nominate candi- hitherto. Every man who will speak ,
TO THE END dates deemed fit for recommendationto is either at or near the top of his I There's a Reason.Studio .
the Board of Control for the appropriate profession in this 'or other states, and I
Continued. From Page 1.) Master's degree. Members: he will speak from a fund of know- On South Side of Square.

yards, while nine 'Gator kicks totalled Anderson, Farr, Rolfs, Benton, Trus- ledge that can not be gathered only'I Gainesville, Florida.
293 yards. Florida returned kicks ler, Cox. in a life time of hard work. The r .
seventy yards while Georgia made LIBRARY. Duties: To supervisethe operation of the student body is requested I .
sixty-four yards in this respect. The administration of the libary, to j in making this lecture coarse I'I'I -
Crackers did not try a single for- regulate ts expenditures, and in general I a success. The entire course will
ward pass, and the four attemptedby to increase its efectivness.! Members j probably cover a period of between A. H. HARPER MOTOR COMPANY
Florida were not completed. : Sims, Farr, Fulk, Chandler, i two and three months. More explicit .
I HAVE THE BEST AUTOMOBILES
Milthrore, Shealy. announcements will follow.
With respect to first downs, the I
Crackers are credited with seven, as PUBLIC FUNCTIONS. Duty: To Studebaker
against three for Florida. Each arrange for and have charge of alii ORDER ISSUED WHICH Velie.
.team made three fumbles. Florida formal public functions of the Univer-I HAS NEW "MAKES"
ChevroletBEST
recovering four while Georgia recovered sity, especially of ex .

but two. Florida was penal- ercises. Members: Strong, Davis, (Continued from page one) OF SERVICE. COME AND SEE US.
ized four times for a total of fifty Smith, Rogers, Ward.
work in the office; Byrd, C. Y., not
PUBLICITY. Duties To
or have prepared and :to funrish prepare to I able to drill, physical disability; An- A.1.. HARPER MOTOR COMPANY
derson, C. P. physical disibility not
the press of the State accounts of important i
J. W. McCollum & Co. happenings on the campus able to drill; Link, C. T., Vocational

DRUGGISTS and to disseminate as widely as possible I training.The -
k "The Rexall Store" Gainesville. nformation about the Univer- following promotions and as-
Agents for sity. Members: Riley Willoaghby signments to companies- is announced THE WHITE HOUSEOne

LIGGET'S and NORRIS CANDIES Moore, Drane, Hathaway, Shealy. :
SCHEDULE. Duty: To prepareand To Be Second Lieutenants. of Florida's Best Hotels. Given a score of 100 per cent. by the

make public schedules of class j Pheiffer, C. A., vice Stapleton, H. V. MEMBER AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION
hours and of semester examinations resigned; assigned to Company 'A". State Hotel Commission. 50 Rooms.-American Plan.-35 Baths.

SEE A. J. VIDALFor -in which without its approval, no To Be Sergeants.Cox Rates $3.00 to $5.00 per Day. Steam Heat, Electric Fan and
instructor s authorized to make I W. T., vice Byrd, C. Y., reduced Hot Water in Every Room.
Drugs, Stationary, Toilet changes. Members: Strong, Simpson, assgned to Company "D".
Articles, Candies, Souvenir Perry, Black, Rogers.SELFHELP. I Gleason, W. L., vice PheiTer, C. A. ...... S. OGDEN CHADWICK Manager.East .
Cards, Waterman's Duties: To secure promoted, assigned to Company "D". Main and Church Sts., Gainesville, Florida.
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Pens. and to assign employment for stu- Wuthrich, E. B., vice Anderson, C.

dents who without the moneys thus P., reduced assigned to Company "A". .
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earned would find it impossible to at- R. B.
tend the University; in making such reduced; assigned to Company "D". # ::; '-: ;-'::;: ," := ;:: :: = :::==:: :::::;: ::: .:_
Eyes Glasses assignments of employment, to take Driggers, R. L., vice Hogarth, L. A.
I, II Tested Fitted into consideration the student's need, reduced; assigned to Company "D". i BLANCHE CAFE

University record, and, as far as pos- Archer, B. E., vice Link, C. L., reduced -
We Do Our Own Lense Grind- sible, character. Members: Floyd, I ; assigned to Company "C". U -THE' PLACE FOR ALLIGATORS TO EAT- t

i Ing.-No Delay. Bucholz, Chandler, Cockrell, Fattig. I To Be Corporals f-
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS. Du- Yarnoff, W. J., vice Windfield, J. A. WELL LIGHTED-PRICES REASONABLE. APPLY FOR WEEKLY
ties: To encourage all laudable as- promoted assigned to Company "D". RATES. i

: C. H. COLES & SON sociations of students, to have over- Mahannah, W. D., vice Driggers, R. Near B. A. Thrasher's Law Office. f.
I sight ove rthem, to guard their financial L., promoted; assigned to Company"B" fi is
I. Jewelers and Opticians interests, and to determine I .
t Ask Anyone About The *
when and finder what circumstances Leisher, C. L., original vacancy; Blanche.

-----> student organizations shall be per signed to Company "A". as-I t'r __ __ ____ _. ___.-..... .,___ _
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mitted to leave the campus. (See Hamilton, H. G., vice Mitchell, ------ -- ____ -__ u__ """

Kodak FinishingW. pages 29 and 30, Catalog 19191920.)): E. reduced; assigned to Company ...... ..... .. _. ... .... .. .
Members: Cockhell, Bucholz, Leake,. "A". -- -------- -------.-.=."".'.-----"""'-------------------------- -.--.::..------------------.ct.. ....-_....-.....- --......
L. McALEXANDERNo.
7 Buckman Hall "hite.J gck.,, .. : Crago, Arthur, vice Hunter ,F. R., ,
SATISFACTION Guaranteed STUDENT PIJJB .ICA TIOXS. Du-' reduced; assigned to Company "B". A COMPLETE LINE OF FURNITURE |

I tjj-To rave general"cmtrol over the 3. The officers and non commissioned f1 1.
policies of the Alligator Members: officers will take rank accord- AND HOUSE
_____. FURNISHINGS CAN BE
--- -Farr. .- to the order in which
I 1-I -5: Tr'jsl.er. Benton'Crqu, ing they are .
I -UNIVERSITY.PUBLICATIONS.: I mentioned in this order, the first FOUND AT ;fir l
Duty: To edit all publica.tk! >M .of the one in each grade ranking next be- **
Money to loan at a I t
University proper-that is, Unhersi- t Jlw# the last iran in his grade, mentioned i '
RELIABLE PAWN SHOP ty.j.ae d.istn! ; gpjsbedftfrosi .any/me-of .in General Order, No. 2.
I 102, W.' Main St., N. thp d visions: :oC which it.4s composed.; w n.t << A full line of umsical instruments \temIlrrstr)v;, OOfevntneFJo'd, 1'. -"t S. G. KENT, .

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