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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 1919
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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The. Florida Alligator


\ 01. VIII. _:ii ii- University of Florida,_ Gainesville, Friday, November 7, 1919. No. _6.
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Colgate vs. Rochester, at Ha-

SCIENCE CLASSESIS NEAR FUTURES. New milton.York.Columbus Cornell vs.vs.Stevens CarnegieTech at FOR TULANE TRIP ORGANIZE CLUB

at Ithaca. Georgia vs. Virginia -


KEEP THIS RECORD OF ARTCRAFT PRO- Minnesota Illinois at :\
LESSONS DUCTIONS lis. Missouri vs. Nebraska at NEW ORLEANS TilE U. OF F.

Columbia. Ohio State vs. Perdue,
Clip the Following Article for Your Shows Will Begin Soon.-To Be Given :at Columbus. Penn State vs. Le-
Band Accompanies Parade to
This Method of On Cooperative Plan.-University Temporary Officers Are Men "hoHat'e
Future high at State College. Pennsyl-
Publishing the Lessons Is for Men Will Pay $1.00 vania vs. Dartmouth, at New gether-Tuesday Meeting Morning Raises the Been In the Thick of the

Your Convenience. And Receive Ticket York. Pittsburg vs. Washingtonand School Spirit. Recent Great War. Considerable

Jefferson at Pittsburg. Prin- Interest Shown.

Headquarters R. O. T. C. Unit, Uni- Movies for the University are as- ceton vs. Harvard at Princeton.So. With band playing and -the entire ;
sured and as soon as enough moneyto A new club of considerable interest j
versity of Florida, Gainesville, Carolina vs. Tenn. at Colum student body cheering as the
finance the project can be raised, has been organized on the
Florida. bia. Syracuse vs. Bucknell at Syr train pulled out, the 'Gators, twentytwo campus. I
the shows will start. This announce- The Government Vocational
List of Lessons for Military acuse. Tulane vs. Florida at New strong, left yesterday morningfor men netn
ment was made in chapel last Tues- the Peabody
Science I. Orleans. Navy vs. Georgetown at New Orleans and the Tulane building last Tuesdayand
day morning, at which time the planof took
Annapolis. Army vs. Notre Dameat preliminary steps toward "
Lesson No. 1. Lecture: Care and Victory. The precedent established
Use of Rifle. financing was announced. Each West Point. Vanderbilt vs. yesterday will be carried out hereaf- the organization of a club of all ev-
man will pay one dollar to the audi- Nashville. Yale Brown service men who were wiule
Lesson No. 2. Nomenclature of the Ala. at vs. and when University teams leave injured
and will receive in return ticket
tor a
Rifle. : at New Haven.SOUTHERN. Gainesville or arrive here in victoryor in service. Among these men are some i
him admittance.The .
entitling to
Lesson No. 3. Lecture: Guard Du defeat, the student body and the who saw service in some of the great .
shows will take place on Tues- band will be ready to welcome them battles of the late war. r

ty. day nights at first and if a night TRIMSGATORS70SCORE and show them that the men of Florida Only temporary offiicers were elect- :
Lesson No. 4. Lecture: Guard Du
suitable is found the will
more are with their brothers in arms ed as the men are not yet well acquainted -
ty. be changed. It was originally plan- representing the school in foreign with each other. John J.
Lesson No. 5. Posting and reliev- ned to have but one show a night, but ; )
territory. Kelley of Lake
Butler, Fla., was elected :
ing sentinels. General Orders. i
the chances'are that two shows will
Every man, and old, ,
new was up temporary President. Mr. Kelley -
Lesson No. 6. Posting and reliev- have to be run as there are a large SERIES OF FUMBLES AND BAD yesterday morning at the call of the saw service in the transport President -

ing sentinels; Challenging. General number of men ho have work taking TEAM WORK ON PART OF bugle and several minutes before the Lincoln and others. He was in

orders. their time the early part of the eve- UNIVERRSITY ELEVEN RE- train pulled out the residents of hte the transport service for twenty-thrae

Lesson No. 7. Guard Mount. Re- ning. SULTS IN DEFEAT city were aroused from their beds by months which
during time
he in
lieving the old Guard. Professors will be admitted in the the cheering and music made by University two boats was
; that were sunk by submar-
Lesson No. 8. Guard Mount. Relieving same manner as students-that is Cowsert, old Florida Man, Playing men, wishing luck to the ines. If
the old guard. Turning out and upon the payment of one dollar. Per- Against 'Gators for Southern team.

inspecting the guard. Use of patrolsand mission to bring a lady will be granted With Garner. Calvert and This spirited demonstration was H. J. Fernald, of Melrose, Mass.,

countersign; challenging. those having tickets. The tickets KU'g. the result of a rally held in chapel on I was elected Vice-President. He was
will probably last for the remainderof over-seas eighteen months with the tJ
Lesson No. 9. Examination. last Tuesday morning with Dixie
Lesson No. 10. Lecture; Personal the year, but if they do not, plans Before a large crowd of spectators Beggs prisiding. Speecres were made Twenty-sixth Division and was severely -

Hygiene. will be made to carry on the work as and for the first time in history, Dr. Cox clearing the way by disposing wounded at Chateau Thierry.J. J

Lesson No. 11. Lecture and De- usual. So step up and pay your dollar Florida suffered defeat at the hands !. of the gloomy attitude of the stu- C. Brown, of Sopchopey, Fla., :

monstration: first aid. Let's start the shows. of Southern College last Saturday in (Continued On Page 6.) was elected Sec. and Treas. Mr. ;i

St. Petersburg.Lack Brown was over-seas twelve months
Lesson No. 12. Lecture and demon-
of team work, showing itselfin with the Thirty-First Heavy rtillery I
stration; Camp Sanitation. Camp ARMISTICE DAY CALL CANDIDATES
the form of fumbles, was mainly Brigade. He was wounded and gasedat
will be laid out and latrines and kitchen -
responsble for the 'Gators' poor Chateau Thierry and Argonne For-

No. 13.-First Aid. -_ I'made at critical times ad one of them est.J.. S. Callahan, of Philadelphia. Pa..
STUDENTS WILL J gave the chance for Southern to get ATHELTIC ASS'N. was elected Club Reporter. Callahanas

Lesson No. 14.. First Aid. PROBABLY HAVE HOLIDAY j their touchdown. The field was in CONSTITUTION WILL BE VOT- in the United States Navy for r
Lesson No. 15. Examination. AND WILL TAKE PART IN condition and the 'Gator's did
]poor ED ON IN CHAPEL SOON. twenty-three months. He was in the
Lesson No. 16. Lecture: Morale. THE EXERCISES 1 not seem to be able to play their us- SOME OPPOSITIONOld
mine sweeping service in the Irish
Note 1.-While there are no par- ual standard of football on it. Southern -
Sea for six months and coast mine
ades, that hour may be used to pro- American Legion and Other Organi-1 presented a much stronger team Method of Choosing Managers i
sweeping service for nine months. He
long instruction whenever necessary. zations to Participate.-Day To this year than ever before, while the Found Unsatisfactory. Candi- I'
Note .-Rifles will be brought to Mark Opening of Alachua Gators' team was somewhat depleted dates to Work With Team was injured in service.

recitations 1,2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 12. County Fair. several regulars not being able to Remainder of Year. R. C. Rowland, of Harbor View,
Note 3.Section Instructors may make the trip. Fla., was elected Sergeant-at-Arms. ;

recitations 1 observed Garner, Cowsert, and Calvert played Mr. Rowland was in the 31st Division :
absent themselves from Armistice Day will be as Another step in progress for a bet-
3, 4, 9, 10, 15, and 16. a holiday at the University, and, although the best brand of ball for Southern. ter Florida was taken Tuedsay night of the 124th Infantry at Camp

Upon the completion of this program definite plans have not been when the Athletic Association Boardof Wheeler, S. C.

classroom work will be suspended made yet, it is expected that the The Game. Directors passed a proposed am- J. S. Callahan, C. T. Link and W. "

until about March 1st, when there whole day will be given. There will Southern's lone tally came early in endment to the Association Constitu- S. Peterson were appointed to draw

will be 13 hours of work in the Small probably be no exercises at the the game. After having possessionof tion relating to the selection of team up the constitution and by-laws. Due .

Arms Firing Manual. This will com- school, but students will take part in the ball on their fifteen yard line, managers on a competitive basis. to conflicting dates, all vocationalmen j
the exercises in town. Plans had Southern tried a field goal but miss- not at the first
plete the classroom work in Military Under the old method, the practice were present
Science I. for the scholastic year. The been made to have the University ed. The ball was brought out onFlorida's .up to the present time has proven meeting. The present members are:

irtervening period mentioned above Battalion march to the Fair Grounds, 20 yard line and the Ga- I very unsatisfactory, and those con- H. J. Fernald, J. G. Kelley, D. J.

will be utilized to make deficiences I but, owing to the fact that the uni tors started marching straight up the cerned for the welfare of athletics at Ward, C. T. Link, A. A. Ott, J. C.
forms have not arrived yet, this was field, only to fumble, after about fifteen
in classroom work of the first semes- the University felt that the time had Brown, F. L. Settle, S. L. Crews, W. S.
abandoned. yards gain. King, recoveringran to take the proposed step.
ter. come Peterson, R. C. Rowland, G. W. Pryor -
List of Lessons for Military This day also marks the opening of for a touchdown. Garner kicked The proposed amendment was opposed L. M. Nagle, A. R. Caro, Marshall,
the Alachua County Fair. The Fair goal. I t
by Leo Wilson, a member of J. A. Cobb.
Science III. I
this year will be larger and better During the second quarter, Florida the Board of Directors, but was fin-
"MILITARY HYGIENE" Prof. L. W. Bucholz is the originator -
again made good gains and again lost
than ever before.Iany improve- ally passed in spite of his opposition.
and the ball fumbles.At of the Club. He is in charge of all
Lesson No. 1. Lecture quiz. ments have been made to the fair on The proposed amendment reads as
Read Ashburn's Mil. Hygiene. grounds and there will be many add- the beginning of the second follows: Vocational Training Men here at the

Lesson No. 2. Lecture and quiz.IUSKETRY" ed attractions. half, Wilson went in for Stanley and Notice to Amend the By-Laws of University. His purpose in organizing -

":\ .- Program In Charge of Hai ley Linch Warner went in after C. Andersonwas The University of Florida Ath- the club was to give the men a

Lesson No. 3. Lecture and quiz. Post. hurt. Florida made several good eletic Association. chance to become acquainted. At the

Lesson No. 4. Lecture and quiz. The program for Armistice Day is gains, and as the game ended, the Article VI. meeting last Tuesday, the name "Fed-

Lesson No.5. Examination. as follows: ball was in Florida's possession in It is moved to amend Section 7 of eral Vocational Club" was selected.

"LA W"- -ur a.m. Parade of soldiers, sailor the middle of the field. the By-Laws of the University of Meetings will be held every Thursday

Lesson No.6. Lecture on Common and marines. Meet at Masonic Tem- Florida Athletic Association to readas night in Room twenty-one of Peabody

Law. ple. Parade led by the University Tastes differ. A woman to whomone follows: HalL :

Lesson No. 7. Lecture on Common Band. man would give a thousand dol- The Board of Directors shall issuea

Law. 10:30 a.m. Dedication of trees lars' worth of perfume, another man call for assistant managers of football Plenty of members of the IwaswithPershinginthePhillippines -

Lesson No. 8. Lecture on Common planted by Gainesvlle Rotary Club in 1 1II wouldn't give a scent. at the beginning of each season, Vet-

Law. memory of men and women who .died at the end of the season the student erans, but where's the LeagueofSoldiers -

Lesson No. 9. Lecture on Military II in the service.Continued. No gentleman uses perfume exceptas body will elect from these assistants WhoServed: UnderColonel

(Continued On Page 2.r .) ( On.Page_6.) a beverage.-Washington Post. (Continued On Page 6) House.? -Life.


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, :;JK\-.uaoprV-fo-- T Friedlander, left forward.Green ]j time the" organrzation will be peifectted shortage of seed potatoes.The .
. off the Alumni
quantity of the j request of the students and -
that large \
-pected a right forward. | and plans outlined to raise funds
color fruit will be saved. News-Record is Association.Thus .
off Fernandina
size and Gray, left guard. !i and build the memorial. The memor-
, will be erected in the recently pur- f begging the people of that city, who it appears that if the proposed
its engageiment ; Cohen, right guard. | the
opened is
Vessella's build houses for budget system
able to do so to
Riverside avenue, are ,
C. Anderson
forward .
Duncan on
on Sunday for i Subs: C. ,> ; i chased park Continued Page Two)
in St. Augustine I 1 ( on
February and March. {t center; G. Stanley, guard. | known as Memorial Park. rental.

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i \ f. LESSONS IN ADVANCEFOR *9 & -- r :I-


L. 31cALEXANDERNo. .. .
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7 Buckman HaIl Continued From Page 1.) -X- want in the line of Fancy Fruit, Groceries and Vegetables -, ,
I J ,
All women are not as as
t ,t.. H Ht "MANUAL COURTS MARTIAL" are painted. at the Lowest Prices, Call at the I
r J I' Lesson No. 10 Lecture and quiz. -xIt -
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t I Lesson No. 11. Lesson and quiz. all depends upon the wife whether -
: i Fruit and Produce CompanyPhone
Lesson No. 12. Lecture and quiz. her husband swears by her or Sanitary

t II BROS. I. Lesson No. 13. Mock Court. at her. 87. Gainesville, Fla
t .
I Court.
Lesson No. 14. Mock -x-
Oa to the University
: your way
t Lesson No. 15. Examination. Every man admires beautiful E
clothes on a woman so long as he
'f No. 16. Lecture, Orders and does not have to pay for them.STRIKES 1.

: I -t. Messages.Lesson No. 17. Lecture and quiz. -x- SUBSCRIBE TO THE ALLIGATOR l

Advance Guard.

t :: Lesson No. 18. Tactical Talk. Advance and strikes V
l Strikes may come may I II It
Guard. go but I go on forever. The most It
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I i DINING ROOM Lesson No. 19. Map Problem. Advance striking thing in the United States I --- -
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I Guard. today or at least the thing that I I
; I Lesson No. 20. War Game. strikes the writer as being the most :t
1 i 5 -- --- Lessons 21-24. Same for' Outposts. striking is the number of strikes. A

Lessons 25-28. Same for Patrols. strike is merely a group of strikerson

F Lessons Nos. 29-32. Same for Ap- a strike. The most striking thing

r \ LILIENBLUMBICYCLES i proach Marches and Deployments. about a strike is the strikers. They Agent For

Lessons 33-36. Same for Combat, used to strike for more money and I I NUNNALLVS AND WHITMAN'S CANDIES

: Small Units. then they struk for work and now TOMKINSON KEY FLORAL CO.
I Lesson No. 37. Examination. they are striking to "preserve to

Lessons. Nos. 3839. Lecture and themselves and their posterity the

i quiz on Laiison for all arms. in-alienable right to strike wheneverthe OF JACKSONVILLE

r E W- S. DORSEY & CO. "TOPOGRAPHY" idea strikes them.

I Lesson 40. Lecture and quiz.
Everything in Groceries
Lesson No. 41. Lecture and quiz.
For Goodness Sake Lesson No. 42. Run Boundary of

t Dr'nk DORSSVS DELICHM Coffee Campus.

Lesson No. 43. Road Sketch.
Lesson No. 44. Road Sketch. 4 s

Do Business With Lesson No. 46. Position Sketch. i
.i iII Lesson No. 47. Place or Panoramic c/


Lesson No. 48. Lecture and

quiz on Tasks and working practices '/.;+ -y -.3.,." ...... ,' ..
< .
and hasty entrenchments. -.

Money to loan at a Lesson No. 49. Lecture and quizon
Obstacles and Material for engi- i
102, W. Main St., N. neering work. (Read Leach's Engin- ,1

\ full line of umsical instruments eering Manual. / /F4 ,r

,I Ir 1812.Lesson No. 50. Upton, to War 11

NEW YORK RACKET Lesson No. 51. Upton, to Mexican :-1
War. 1I''
Agent forFLORSHEIM Lesson No. 52. Upton, to Chap- I'
ter 20.

SHOES Lesson No. 53. Upton, to Chapter

36. I
Lesson No. 54. Upton ,to Chapter -

30. The "Constitution1' of To-day-Electrically Propelled
Lesson No. 53. Upton, to end.

t Lesson No. 56. Miltary Policy U.
q \ !/11)ic !fZeaClte S. to 1916. THE U. S. S. "New Mexico," the first Six,auxiliary General Electric Turbine.Gen-

Lesson No. 57. Military Policy of any nation to be electrically erators cf 400 horsepower each, supply t.
from 1916 to Present date. (U. S.) U of the for 500
propelled, one most important power nearly motors,driving pumps t
Lesson No. 53. Examination.List .
achievements of the scientific age. She not fans, shop machinery,and kitchen and laun-
to'IIII of Lessons for Military
Science IV. only develops the maximum power and, dry appliances, etc.

Lecture on Musketry, by Colonel with electrical control,has greater flexibility Utilizing electricity to propel shins at sea
HOME OF GOOD PICTURES Ward, given during the drill hour. of maneuver, which is a marks the-advancement- of

UAL"-"SMALL ARMS FIRING MAN distinct naval advantage, another phase of the electrical '.
Figures that tell the
but also
gives greater econ-
Lesson No. 1. Par. 200 to bottom Story of Achievement industry in which the :
SPORTING GOODS page 136.Lesson. omy. At 10 knots, her General Electric Company j!
Length-624 feet
No. 2. To page 222. normal cruising speed, she Width-97 feetDisplacement32,000 is the pioneer. Of equal ,

I "MANUAL ON MUSKETRY" will steam on less fuel than tons importance has been its :
KODAKS Lesson No. 3. Par. 1 and Par. 20 the best turbine-driven ship Fuel capacity a million gal-
lons (fuel oil) part in perfecting electric j
to 98. Read pages 21 to 31, inclusive
that preceded her. Power-28,000 electrical horsepower transportation on land
CUTLERY Lesson No. 4. To par. 158. |

Lesson No. 5. To par. 232. The electric Speed-21 knots transforming the potential
Lesson No. 6. Practical-Target generatingplant of I
energy waterfalls for use
I Baird Hardware Co. designation. totaling 28,000 horse- in electrll9 ....... ...._ I
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Phone 7. Gainesville. Lesson No.7. Examination on power,and the propulsion equipment cf the ing the possibilities of electric lighting and"v- I:

-- -. ... musketry. great super-dreadnaught were built by the many other similar achievements.
Lecture on Tactical Walks, by i
IF ITS PRINTING SEND IT Colonel Ward, given during drill hour. General Electric Company. Their operation l
I TO PEPPERx "TACTICAL WALKS" has demonstrated the superiority cf electric a result, so general are the applicationsof I
-x- electricity to the needs of '
Lesson No. 8. Combat mankind that
Small Unit. propulsion over old-time methods and ;
leaf books and supplies Lesson No. scarcely a home or individual
9. Combat, Small Unit wider today need
application of this
PEPPER PRINTING principle in the ;
COMPANY be without the benefits of General Electric ,
Phone 136. Lesson merchant marine is fast making :
No. 10. Patrolling. progress. products and service.
_. n_ (Advance Guard.)

SHOESH Lesson No. 11. Patrolling, (Flank
An :
and Rear Guard). illustrated booklet describing the "New Mexico"entitled. '
Lesson No. 12. Outpost and De- The Electric Ship," m'J fc, sent upon request. Addre. i j.

B. M. TENCH H tached Posts. General Electric Company Desk 44, Schenectady. New York. .

Lesson No. 13. Examination.
Lecture on Solution Map Problemsby -- .

0 Gainesville, 0 Colonel Ward, given during the
drill hour.

Lesson No. 14.Var Game. General.Electric

Lesson No. 15. Advance Guard. .
Lesson No. 16. Attack. General Office C 0 Sales Offices in $-108D
Schenectad.y.N.Y: m anI
(Continued On Page 6.) P :) all large cities.


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I sity held an important meeting recently -
I at the Graham Hotel at which time S
A. E. HALLOWE'EN DANCEThe Tison; Butterfly, Miss Ada Hiers; Girl' the constitution and by-laws were ad-
of the Sixties, Miss Irene
opted. The club will meet the first
members of the Sigma Alpha Queen of Spades, Miss Lucille
Monday in each month at the Grahamat
Epsilon Fraternity entertained a large Queen of Fairies Miss
7:30 o'clock. A fine of 25 cents will THE BEVERAGE
number of friends at a delightful Halloween Lang; Two ballet girls Misses
Spencer be '
imposed member
a for
on failingto
dance given at the Elk's and Murphy, of Ocala; Gypsy, attend meetings. The club now 7 o ad"-y"ar--round soft drink
Club last Friday night. Miss Bessie Dell.
has their officers as follows: John
The large ball room was appropri- The music, which was furnished by I
C. Dial
president; Hart R. String-
ately decorated for the occasion, a yellow the popular Jazz of the U. of F., was fellow 3
and black color scheme being all that could be desired, and kept las, secretary-treasurer, vice-president; Jach; John H. Doug Powell i Fellowship college or
eJectively carried out with the
quantitiesof merry crowd tripping the light
Secretary chairman committees
; out of it-flourishes best
yellow cosmos enhanced by yellow fantastic steps until the wee small
Harry Merchant, publicity chairman
pumpkins, black cats, and shaded hours of the morning.The ;
with food and
Robert Swanson, Sergeant at Arms. good wholesome =
lights.: In one corner was the keg of programs were attractive designs -

cold apple cider camouflaged withHallowe'en with S. A. E. colors. PEABODY CLUB drink. Ice-cold -

crepe paper and ornamen- Chaperones for the evening were:
ted on top with a large yellow pump- Prof. and Mrs. Cody, Mr. and Mrs.J. Bevo-unexcelled among = 3 3L
kin head with candle-lighten face. F. Burnett, Mrs. J. B. Stringfellow, Peabody Club was deprived of a
Nearby was a pan of ginger cakes.I I Mrs. Bert Dial, Mrs. W. L. Denham, meeting last Monday night on accountof L beverages in1 purity and

Needless to say, this corner :Mrs. J. H. Parker, Mrs. Ramsey, Mrs. the fact that the members of the healthfulness-is most
popular during the progress of the Kimball and :Mrs. A. L. Glass. program committee were participating -

dance. In another corner was the I Out-of-town guests included Mrs.H. in the Somnambulistic Championship satisfying as a drink by

punch bowl containing refreshing fruit McMurray and'daughters, Misses Finals. These worthy gentlemenhave
nectar. Flossie and Cornelia, of Jacksonville allowed their reverence for the itself or a relish with

The costumes were all attractiveand ; Miss Lila Burford, of Bruns- ancient to carry them so far as to indulge -
food that makes
fetching, prominent among them wick, Ga.; Miss: Mary Mildred Zeck, in a contest a la Rip Van Win- a hap-

being the following: Red rCoss nurse, of Kansas City, Mo.; Mrs. Leaven-" kle and to disregard the rights and pier repast.
Miss Jessie Chesnut; Gypsey dancinggirl good, :Misses Louise and Lorraine welfare of the club as well as their

Miss Edith Parker; Japanese Spencer, Theresa Murphy and Fred-I j plain duties which were entrusted to

maiden, Miss Doric Lyle; Old-fash- die Winer, of Ocala, and Sidney Jenkins -t' them by the club. These members, by f ANHEUSER.BUSCH, ST.LOUIS
ioned girl, Miss Frances Taylor; Chinese of Jacksonville.Tom their indifference to their duties, have
mardarin, Miss Inez Hill, of Texas o deprived the members of the club ofan

; Indian Princess, Miss Marye De- Palmer, '19, has been awarded i evening of profit and pleasure;
Pass; Colonial maiden, Miss Martha the Rhodes Scholarship to represent have lowered the morale of the club j

____ ___J the State of Florida. He will leave and have cast a stigma upon our fair It must be
for Oxford in January and spend name that only worthy action in the = Ice Gold t 1

Eyes Glasses three years there, taking a course future can remove.

Tested Fitted leading to a degree in medicine. To be the only literary society upon H 2E 4 f

o the campus that has a program com- ,q11, 1 11 I n l"rwl 4[

We Do Our Own Lense Grind- THETA CHI FRATERNITY mittee so lethargic that they preventour ii
ANNOUNCES DANCE meeting is a rather dubious honor ipurwln,

ing.-No Delay.C. One of the social functions to beheld and is a fact that cannot be faced

I in the near future and which is without chagrin by the members of

H. COLES & SON looked forward to by the younger society the club. ,
of Gainesville and the Univer-

Jewelers and Opticians sity is the Theta Chi Fraternity PINELLAS COUNTY CLUB ww 4'W -
dance which has just been announcedto ,1wUr

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THEY ARE GENUINE KEDSand night of Friday, November 14th. Invitations of a certain few of the repre-
I. are being extended and sentatives from Pinellas and
we have them in Oxfords and county,
preparations are being made to make l DORAN'S BICYCLE SHOPEast
Bals. They are the best you can buy by appointment from the week before
for Tennis, Gymnasium or any kindof this one of the most enjoyable occa- the Pinellas County Club held a spe- I Main Street. I

sporting wear.L. sions of the season. cial meeting in room 30, of Buckman FOR BICYCLES MOTORCYCLES ACCESSORIESAND
few more men than have been
North Side of Square. LAST FRIDAY NIGHT
attending the meetings heretofore

--- --- On last Friday night the Epworth I were present, due to the efforts and
League of the Methodist church of I invitation of the "committees of one"I
J. W. McCollum & Co. Gainesville gave a Hallowe'en party appointed at the last meeting. After :I'

DRUGGISTS"The which was enjoyed not only by the everyone had made a few remarks I MARABLE IS THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER FOR THE
Rexall Store" Gainesville. young people of the University City concerning cooperation with the other -! UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

Agents for but also by about two hundred young county clubs on the campus, it i
LIGGErS and NORRIS CANDIES men from the University itself. was agreed that some action was nec-

Many surprises awaited the long essary to cause a closer cooperation ,
line of guests before they finally between these club, and it was decided -- --

reached the upstairs main room of that in the near future the mat- ,

SEE A. J. VIDALFor the Epworth Hall, where the party ter will be taken up with the other FORD HEADQUARTERSJ.

Drugs, Stationary, Toilet took place. Several found that their clubs in order that social functions, R. ALDERMAN, Prop.

Articles, Candies, Souvenir costumes were not quite effectively and other ways of cooperation may be The Home of the Famous FORD MOTOR CARS, Accessories -
Cards, Waterman'sPens. enough carried out, but they werea used for this result.A Supplies and Repairs.
very few, because the costumesin somewhat mysterious discussion
general were exceedingly well car- followed. The outcome was that a I
ried out and many of the guests succeeded committee was appointed to interview, - - -

in witholding their identity intercept, and interact between now r
V had arrived. and the time of the next meeting. It
until the unmasking time
CIGARS, CIGARETTES, PIPES )ft Alachua County Abstract Company
and TOBACCO fc Speeches were made, songs and will be of much benefit for every student B. R. Colson, President. _
) plays enjoyed and a general good time on the campus to be present at Members of American Association of Title Men. Members of Florida
1; -Peanutslloseley's j t had until a late hour. Every one at- this next meeting.The Association of Title Men.

Corner V- tending the party reports a wonderful GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.
time. Florida Alligator, $1.50 yearly.
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Ladies Ready to Wear, Dry Goods, Notions, Curtains and
ATHLETIC UNION SUITS, $1.25, $t50: $1.75, $2.00
Curtain Materials and Window Shades : $2.25

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J forward be perfected .
of the off i Friedlander, left j ti J time the organization will shortage of seed potatoes.The !
quantity the Alumni
thai a large the students and -
pected i of
fruit will be saved.Vessella's Green, right forward. and plans outlined to raise funds
I size and off color i memorial. The Fernandina News-Record is '! Association.
Gray, left guard. I and build the memori -
Band opened-its engage- I I Cohen, right guard. i ial will be erected in the recently pur- begging the people of that city, who! Thus it appears that if the proposed
on Sunday for: Subs: C. Duncan,- forward; C. An- chased park on Riverside avenue, are able to do so, to build houses for budget system is approved by the
ment in St. Augustine. I, i (Continued on Page Two)
February and March. :[[derson, center; G. Stanley, guard. | known as Memorial Park. rental.

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i i The Benton Engineering Societyhas Fancy Fruits and Draft Beverages. Cigars

t (Continued: From Page 2.) (Continued From Page LIeeting ) been holding its regular meeting I Thank You. Come Again.X. _

t Lessen N*. 17. Defense. -) of American Legion in every Monday evening since school i S. TAJIP AIL Y, ...
Lessen No. 18. War Game. Court House immediately after cere- opened _this year though little has

r Leon No. 19. Position ins mony. been said about it in these columns, so i L
-1:00 At the Fair Grounds.
Readiness. p.m. far. The several appointed reporters .
j Lesson No. 26. Approach March. Free acts in front of the grand stand.
!, seem to have been too busily occupiedwith j
Loosen No. 21. War Game. 1:30 p.m. Racing. THE THOMAS
\ private duties. A different reporter -
Lecture on Military Topography, by 4:30 p.m. Escort to the Colors. each month will be the policy j
Colonel Ward, during drill period. University Battalion providing the
from now on. Thus no man will be COME IN AND SEE US FOR
uniforms arrive in time.
overburdened. I -
Lesson No. 22. Run Boundary of 5:00 p.m. Free acts in front of J
"f' Campus. grand stand. The society has prospects of very J

Lesson No. 23. Road Sketch. 7:30 p.m. Free acts in front of the intertaining and instructive programs i j
throughout the Engineering students ,
grand stand. year.
Lesson No. 24. Position Sketch.
Letson No. 25. Position Sketch. The remainder of the four days usually find employment on en- Popular Goods At

Lesson No. 26. Place Sketch. have been designated and will be for, gineering works daring the summer, i -AT
p. J Lesson No. 27. War Game. the following: and return to school enthusiastic and :
Lecture Military Field Engineering Wednesday November 12, Girls' anxious to tell of their experiences ;

t by Colonel Ward daring drill per-i and Boys' Clubs Day. and what they have learned. Consequently -

i iod. Thursday November 13, Farmers' many interesting lectures I ,
Lesson No. 28. Trenches Nomenclature Day.Friday are in store. -
1 and Construction. November 14, Negro Day. Last Monday evening 3Ir. L. J. TaI f

Lesson No. 29. Trench equipment tom gave an extended discourse of !

and expedients. JACKSON COUNTY CLUB thirty minutes on power plant opera- DROP IN

!. Lesson No. 30. Obstacles. The Jackseon County Club was reorganized tion as he learned it this summer.

i Lesson No. 31. Observation Posts. Sunday afternoon, November The engineer's society is about to You'll Be Welcome Whether or Not

I j I Lesson No. 32. Camouflage 2nd with the following officers: start a series of educational moving

Lesson No. 33. Bridges. J. P.. Gunn, President; 31. S. Pen pictures. There are many great engi- OTTO F. STOCK,

r w Leason No. 34. Explosives and i it der, vice-president; P.. S. Pierce, Jr., neering feats of construction that will
t 1! Demolitions. I SecretaryTreasurer.The be brought vividly to their attention Alteration Cleaning

; i Lesson No. 35. Examination. purpose of the club is to promote in this way. Phone 354.
f Lesson No. 36. War Games.
f the interest of the
"C 0 31 P A N Y ...ADMINISTRATION" I know who still
\ Jackson county and persuade young some people can
i i I. men from the county to attend the afford to have eggs for breakfast-
Lesson No. 37. Military Correspondence. -
I :. University. Gee! Just think of it. I

Lesson No. 38 Company Records.
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Lesson No. 39. Property responsi- I
I I biKty. I Gainesville ,'

Lesson No. 40. Company Funds.i i VANSICKLEHAS

I Lesson No. 41. Handling men.


There's a Reason.Studio Phone 86

I F ICY"I: I On South Side of Square. Blanche.'I

l War. I Gainesville Florida. -
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\ War and War 1812. I'.- I r
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Lesson No. 47. Period from 1815 I
A. H.
; to include Mexican War. 3IRS. WALSH GIVES PARTY IN effect at once and it is expected that I HARPER MOTOR CO

Lesson No. 48. Period from 1850 "Y." a large number will try out. Begin- >! HAVE THE BEST AUTO

to include Spanish War. ning this year and providing the amendment -
Lesson No. 49. Present day period One of the best parties ever pulledon goes thru the manager will StudebakerVelie
to include war with Germany. the campus was enjoyed last Saturday I be elected at the close of each season.
I\ Lesson No. 50. Examination. night, when Mrs. Walsh, librarian i When the season begins In the fall, a ChevroletBEST
of the Law College, enter- call will be made
I Note 1.-Keep in mind the effect : assistant man- OF SERVICE. COME .'
tained the University men at the and those
I of strategy and tactics of the 'agers qualifying before the
i! Y. 31. C. A.Assisted .
following factors: Source of Supply Athletic Board will be candidates for
tl! tactics of the enemy; Methods of; by Secretary White and the managership after the season is A. H. HARPER MOTOR
at least 75 young ladies from town over.
raising armies; Development of
:t fantry weapons. in-I 3Irs. Walsh directed games and stunts Men aspiring to the position will I .I

Ii Note 2.- Make a special study of throughout the evening. At the conclusion be given an opportunity to work on '
I, the tactics and strategy involved in of the party refreshmentswere the field aiding in the routing of 1

G i'l f the following battles: Louisberg ; served. The University band j laying off the lines helping at games THE WHITE
I Trenton rendred several selections during the I i here,
I Siege of Yorktown Buena j packing suits and other paraphernalia -
t Vista, Custer's 3Iassacree St. 3IihieL I i i evening. I when the men take trips. One of Florida's Best Hotels. Given a score of

;11 Note 3.-Observe the economic I There will be hardly any of the lat i MEMBER AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE
: situation if CALL 3FGRSHIP CANDIDATES ter this but I State Hotel
any involved in each war year there will be plenty Commission. 50 Rooms.-

I i exclusive of the Indian Wars. I of other work on the field. Rates $3.00 to $5.00 per Day. Steam Heat,
.MILITARY LAW". (Continued from page one)
Lesson No. 51. Source; Origin a manager for the following season. : Hot Water in Every Room.

Kinds Jurisdiction. Organization Other atheletic managers will be appointed I GREAT SEND-OFF THURSDAY S. OGDEN CHADWICK,
-': and Procedure Military Tribunals. I by the Board of Directors. MORNING FOR TULANE TRIP East Main and Church Sts.,

:: Lesson No. 52. Rules of Evidence. The t I duties of managers shall be prescribed \,;
I t Lessons No. 53-54. Mock Court. I J by the Board of Directors. (Continued From Page 2.) .;

I' I. I Lesson No. 55. Rules Land War j This amendment will be presented i I dents. Robert Hargrave and Bill
to the student body at chapel :
I exercises -
fare.Lesson I I Bivins followed Dr. Cox with a few
No. 56. Examination. Friday morning November
remarks about the last ,
I' "HIPPOLOGY. ]I fourteenth and vote will be taken on : game and
i urged support for the game at New BURNETT
Lesson No. 57. Care Animals; II it at that time.SPECIAL Orleans next Saturday. The out- == THE ==
; field and garrison. ANNOUNCEMENT !
I I i standng speech was made by CheerLeader
I,: Lesson: No. 58. Forage 3Iinor injuries All interested report to the Frank Spain who sincerelyand
i' ; Illnesses. Gym at 4 o'clock Monday November I
forcefully told the men that it is "
'i I Lesson No. 59. Transportation. 10th. Manager for 1920
; |i easy to cheer when the team is winning
Lesson No. 60. Examination. to be selected from those tryingout.
Ii but the real test of a man's spirit NUF
J The best man wins. H SED
j 1 Subscribe to The Alligator. It pays. The above call for candidates takes ,!team is is to losing.see how Bob he acts 3Iarshall.when our the I

trainer spoke a few words in support -

I :C .2!! ** *+ +: +=-.; ... + -4'' of what had already been said.3Ir. :
White added a few remarks. ':; -: -- ...r --- --
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: ''A COMPLETE LINE OF FURNITURE !!which were followed by a short but i =
forceful talk by Dr. 3Iurphree in j BLANCHE

,i j which he made several very plain
AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS CAN BE statements and told the men that -THE PLACE FOR .

'i. there was need of more cooperationin
the team as well as the student Ii WELL LIGHTED-PRICES REASONABLE.
I ;body. He urged that all clannish f/ RATES.
tendencies and
petty differences be
Near B. A.
John "Furniture" Sea lei laid aside and that every man work I Thrasher's Law
l for the University and that alone. ,
: : -JI In conclusion Spain led a few yells Ask Anyone About The
= for Coach Buser and the team. :6:: {


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