The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 1919
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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I The Florida A.lligatori i


I Vol. VIII. ___ .'= __!!University of Florida, Gainesville,. Friday,.. November:. 14, 1919. ___ __ ___ _No. 7




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Elect Football Manager By Voteof
Line Presents Serious Oppo- the Student Body.-Only Two ,"Resolved that Boards of Arbitra- I
sition to Advances.-Gators have FILLED THIS YEAR
Men Show Up for Trials So : WITH OGLETHORPE TO tion with Compulsory Powers

2-0 Score at End of the First AND APPLICATIONS COMING Far.-Both Have Been Con- BE FEATURE OF DAY.-OTHER Should be Established to Settle "
Half. Marshall Tu- FOR NEXT YEAR t
says nected With Team. ARRANGEMENTS.President Disbutes Between Or-

lane's Backfield Fast- ganized Labor and t tCapital"

est lie Ever Saw. Priority List to Be Established.
Only two candidates for the foot- of Allumni Association Urges \

Those Filling Requirements to Be ball managership hhave announced All Old Grads To Be Pres- t

That Tulane's fleetness of foot Given Preference for themselves so far. These men are ent On Great ThanksgivingDay The final arrangements for the

makes it one of the hardest aggre- Entrance. Frank Spain and Bill Madison. The I at UniversityThe Triangular Debate between the Uni- f

gations of the football world this latter was appointed Assistant Man- : versities of South Carolina, Tennesr

year to down, is the opinion of Trainer This circular letter has been sent ager by the Board of Directors at the University men will untertakeone seen and Florida have been complet- !

Bob Marshall, of the University of to the principals of Florida high beginning of this year, while Spain of the biggest affairs of its kind ed. The question to be debated is I

Florida, after his return home with schools. Applications have begun to has announced himself in the race ever attempted by the student body, "Resolved that boards of arbitrationwith

the team from New Orleans, whereon come in, and the list for next year since the publication of the proposed that of entertaining the Allumni of compulsory powers should be

Saturday the first named insitu- has already been started. amendment to the Athletic Associa- the University of Florida in Gainesville established to settle disputes between -

tion beat the locals 14 to 2. "They May I ask your cooperation in the tion onstitution.At on Thanksgiving day. Different organized labor and capital"This }

had the fastest backfield I ever saw. matters referred to below? the meeting this debate will come off some timein
chapel morn- bodies will entertain their particular
Every man of them was a runner of To do our best work in the Col- March of next year.
(Continued On Page 6.)
friends in their own way, but no one
the classy sort, and added to this is lege of Engineering of the Universi- In order that the University teams
will be left out of the good olt gE=t-to-
a pretty interference too. But theyare I ty of Florida, we find it desirable to may have sufficient time for practiceand

a bunch of real sportsmen, and I'j admit not more that fifty freshmen GATORS PLAY gether meeting on the Day which of Thanks.self development of the subject, the j
The following letter, is
the way they treated us at New 'each year. For the collegiate year Debating Council decided ot break a

Orleans takes some of the sting out '! 1919-29, eighty have been admitted HATTERS HERE explanatory, has been mailed out to past precedent and hold the tryout
the allumni, and they are expected to
of the defeat," stated the trainer.In in engineering but we cannot give for the selection of the team as soon !

spite of th efat that the Or- II our best instruction when the freshman be here on that date. as possible The date decided on for t
The letter
ange and Blue of Florida lost the class is so large. We therefore : the tryout is December 5th and the
battle at New Orleans, the student I' propose to limit the admittance to Dear Alumni:- place and 'hour will be Peabody Audi- i
TEAM ANNOUNCED During the lat five monthdes
body turned out last Monday morn- fifty freshmen next year and there- : torium at 7:30 o'clock. Also, that [

ing at a wee small hour and met the after until the legislature privides perate efforts have been made to the contestants be stimulated to decision :
First Time University and Stetson reach and all. To what Extent -
for larger teaching force and you-one
Atlantic Coast Line train, which arrived more in time for adequate prepara-
Have Met On Gridiron Since 1912 we have been successful, we are
at 1:30 o-'clock. Persons in tha I duplication of facilities. tion the Council places the last day
When Florida Won By A unable to but we trust that our
This will necessitate the establish I say
downtown section of the city, who for contestants to hand in their I ,
Score of Twentysevento letters have not reached the waste '
had been wrapped in slumber for a ment of a waiting list. I names to the Secretary of the De-
Six. basket before being read and rertad
Will you be so kind as to bring
Council Mr. Stein at November
few hours, were fully aware that the bating ;I''
this to the attention of any of your by you. 25th. will ;
returning football team got a lusty I Absolutely no names
pupils who be looking forwardto A large crowd of rooters will probably Anyway, gentlemen of the Alumni,
welcome. Some awoke won- may be accepted after this date and no tone
accompany the Stetson aggregation we wish to invite and urge you to re-
studying engineering at the Uni-
noise allowed to tryout unless he com- ;
dering what the was being
which here tomorrow to
comes turn to the for Home
made about, but after a moment's versity of Florida? Please request I plies with this requirement. In plenty
Much interest is being
the Gators.
play Continued On 6.
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reflection, realized that it was a for- (Continued On Page' 2.) the of time before the date of the try
shown in the coming game as
mal tendered out the names and order of the parti-
reception by collegemen. '
last time the Hatters met the Ga- '
cipants will be published and if a
CHANGE IS MADEIN tors was in 1912 and they were defeated sufficient number necessitates it two

to the tune of 276. It is ex-
CHARLES SMITH WRITES nights will be used instead of one.
will be
UNIV. LIBRARY pected that there a repititionof
LETTER FROM YALE The librarian will have all possi-
the performance on Fleming
ble material on this subject placed on

LARGE NUMBER OF BOOKS BEING tomorrow.; SIX MEN WILL REPRESENT UNIVERSITY -i the Debating Reserve Shelves of the
The following extract from a letterof I
The Gators have rallied since the
Charles Smith, graduate of the RECEIVED MAKES NEED AT STUDENTS VOLUNTEER j Library by the end of this week for t
Southern and with the showing -
class of 1919, now a graduate student FOR MORE ROOM made game at New Orleans last Sat- .. CONFERENCEWill use of those trying out for the Triangular

Yale will be interesting teams.
at University, -
back "'-.
urday, expect to come strong >
to his many friends on the Extended to Other Parts of Peabody against the Green and White. Be Held During Christmas Va- The number of debaters to be chosen -

campus. Smith says: Building.-Librarian Makes Announcements Stetson's line-up has not been defi- cation. University Students To will be four, with two alternates Ito

"I find Yale a very good university of Interest to nitely announced but a partial list of Send Leading Men. One act in case of sickness, etc. TheDebating j

but in many respects it is no bet- Those Using Books. players on their team follows: From Each College. Council hopes that there
ter that Florida. Many of the class- White- I will be a quick and hearty response
Jacques, D; Davis, R. C.;
., At the last regular chapel meeting from the best debaters on the cam
e are so large as to be unwieldy.
The University Library has been hair, F.; Rasco, G. 0.; Rasco, W. F.; I
Most of the buildings, however, are I it was decided by a majority vote to pus and that there will be both quantity
has reached
steadily and
expanding, now Barnes, S. E.; Weston, H. B.; Sutton, t
large and well equipped-almost too send six men from the University to and quality in the group of men I
the point where it is necessary to A. L.; Reese, P.; Bowen, J.; Atkinson I ,
well in fact, for in physics for example -I increase its floor in order Bond F. the Student Volunteer Conference to to try out.
space to ac- R.; Turner, H. E.; ; I
is I Moines Iowa Dec. The Literary societies on the cam ,
everything planned out so convene at Des on
comodaate the large number of vol- Dickey, E. H.; Godwin, L.; Smith, M. t-
completely that it requires no ingenuity -' 31 and will remain in session until pus kno who are the bsebt debatersin
Carlton M. L. E.
which A.
umes has been greatly aug- ; ; Lofberg, ;
whatever to perform the 4th. The various delegationsare thisr midst and should consider it
exper- January
mented during the last month and a Booth, H. W.; Shubiger, H. W.; Chal- >
iments. I a duty to their men to try out. II
ker F. Goar W. G. Dowda T. Lesley to be comprised of representative urge
half. During the last few weeks, an ; ; ; -
The undergraduate students live in 1 students from all the institutions of Either side of the question can be
unusually large number of volumes L.; Roland, T. D.; Day, J. S.; I I
dormitories which are for the most in the United States. : taken and the speakers will be limited -
higher learning
Winters P.1 iller R. S.
have been received, and several changes Capt.; I
part large and comfortable.The This is the Seventh Annual Conven- to 7 minutes each.
very in the arrangement and allotmentof Schulltz, M. J.; Hoffman, C.; BradleyR.

rooms are usually unfurnished, shelf space have been made as follows E.; lIon, H. S.; Hon, T.; Rasco, I tion of the above named organization The University will also debate a
team from the Louisana State Uni-
but I understand that after this year R. A.; Fenno, L.PEABODY. and it is held in the interest of all
the larger pieces of furniture will be : versity at Gainesville some time in
I college students of either sex, for the
The entire southeast basement area the Spring. The subject has not yet
supplied as dealers habitually 'fleece'the purpose of stimulating interest in the I
of Peabody Hall has been turned
over CLUB
been decided nor the time for ;
students. upon
world missions and other questions of
Meals are furnished in a large to the Library, and in this room new I the II'' preliminaries, but both will be unannounced -

commons building. The hall is run shelves have been built on which will At a meeting Monday night, the common good.A later. Probably the try-

on the American plan and board is be placed all the bound volumes of regular program was dispensed with delegate from each college of the outs for this team of two men will

magazines and in addition to the and the night devoted to the I University of Florida will be elected held
eight dollars per week, which is absolute ones was organization not be until after the Christmas

cost-so they say. already in use, 500 more volumes that of a football team. Tol- '; by popular vote and his expenses will Holidays. The agreement with L. S.

It certainly is pleasing to hear of have just been received will shortly be bert was elected captain. It was I I be defrayed by the student body. For U. provides for the Louisana team to

the great increase in attendance at available. 300 additional volumes are suggested that Biddle and Blackburnbe I the purpose of securing sufficient come to Gainesville this year and for

Florida. This is just the beginning, expected to arrive in the near future, the nucleus of the line while Yates !I funds to finance the trip, a voluntary the University of Florida to send a

and I believe that dormitories there and these will be arranged in the same I and Tolbert be the mainstays in the assessment of one dollar per capita team to Baton Rouge next school

could be filled as 'fast as they are section. All students wishing to use backfield. I was voted. year.

built." these magazines at night are requested Following this, the club selected Three" the colleges have already Remember to hand in your name_

four men to be submitted to the faculty selected their delegate, the College of to Stein.
to leave notice with the librarian
It has been suggested that we of the Teachers College for Agriculture and the College of Law

change the name of the Fla. Alligator during the day.Continued. the selection of a man to attend the yet remaining to be heard from. Mr, Boost the U. of F. official news-
to that of "Bloxy's Warcry". ( On Page 6.) Des Moines Student Convention. (Continued On Page 6.) paper.

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pected thai a large saved.', Green, right forward. and plans outlined to raise funds !! '
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size and off color ; left guard. and build the memorial. The memorial -j The Fernandina
I j if the
that proposed
I that city, who | Thus it appears
| Cohen, right guard. I will be erected in the recently purchased -j i i! begging the people of I I the
opened its engage- I I is approved by ,
Vessella's Band build houses for budget system
I' able to do so, to
forward C. An- Riverside avenue, are
Subs C. Duncan ; park
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,F,1 I Il ANTONIO Y CLZOPATHA !l ion m the E. O. T. c., they will be i of EcgiuciiUg r.it fall, inform tieEegictrar HAVE THE BEST AUTOMOBILES

l t I SAX LOUIS aGARS i Jetafled as issirsctrs e f the. Sop oI : ta that exec: and jay tie : i'f.
| 'stores tad Freth $.5.... Studebaker .
I &es. This win be apart registratxoi fee r IJW instead '
i, | of their military duties. Theme of &ezt F&JL Yon case will theni : / Velie i-

For Eae at i; credence who are detailed for this i.be placed en the lid of application i j ChevroletBEST i
i j work will terse for one week when aDd yoa will be sotiSed of
I i htfcey" win be relieved are red ..a kd: ber OB the Brt. Names will be paced ;, OF SERVICE. COME AND SEE US. I
I ; m their regular order cf tsrn. Week-Ion t| the list: is tie order in -which ap- f
t. I >':!]ry BHft&oraadarej inn accoonee the p catMHis are reeeire ,. A. H. HARPER MOTOR COMPANY
mrtrostors far the treer disg week.I If yocr number is aO or lEH, yoa

The Sanitary Cleaning I;]These oeraorafid zas will be pabBehfcd may count on being admitted prrrid'IB .;-;;
} and ;I IB ample time to allow the mctrce- : ? you are oa hand at the opening ,
Pressing. 1
ton to prepare for their duties. 1 Z jof tike University and meet all entrance .
: 2. Instroctors will grade toder.ts: ; rquiicmcats! as listed in the I THE WHITE HOUSE
Get year cleth cleaned and pressed I on their reeitatios f I ,
and University
report abses-1 J Catalog. Entrance :
t I fa the sanitary tray *** at this office. : re- One of Florida's Best Hotels. Given a score of 100 per cent by th
They will endea- :]qtriremenU; to the College of Engineering i' (
French Dry Cleaning and Steam ver, all : MEMBER AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE
I at times to set an example for j are: End 3 units; 3Iathe- : ASSOCIATION
i Prraial ; I their papfla in Military Department j#lades 4 units; History 1 unit; Physics State Hotel Commission. 50 Rooms.-American Plan.-So Baths.

Eaves Time. Saves CIClthes.i .i and will conduct their recitations in I 1 rant; other seiefiees 1 unit: ; Rates $3.00 to $ .OO per Day. Steam Heat, Electric Fan and I
i Saves Money. i jceh a manner as to impress upon the Elective 6 unit*. i| Hot Water in Every Room.S. .
I students the importance of tt..e If year naaber is 51
or greater,
Hat cleaning and Blocking a Specialty: work. Infraction of discipline you will be on the waiting list. If'tOBMAoe i OGDEX CHADWICK, Manager. [
1 good order will be promptly ahead of East Main and Church Sts., Gainesville, Florida. .
Also STEAM DYING :rj you should fail to ;:
it !! to the office. eeste or faD to qualify you will be ,
Phone 575< Given ealL
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CoIo promptly notified .
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Cadet lit Lie1L. Bs. Adjatant.Headquarters sn2ieru next FaIL Ii

I' If, after paying the fee, you should BURNEH THE i
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HIGH GRADE P O. T. C. Unit, University your plans and decide not to
I j of Florida, Gainesville,I;i come, the fee will be returned to you i
: : TAILORING Florida. at any time upon your request and I

4 List of Lemons for Military your name removed from the list. 1 ." .
If yod should ail I
meet the full
'I Next door to MeCoItom's Drug Store. Science I.
Lesson Xo. entrance requirements' you will have NUF
Lecture SED
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to be
Phone 511. Use of Rifle. moved down on the list so as
I to follow after all men who meet the
Lesson No. 2. Nomenclature of the entrance
You can be
1 Rifle.
# admitted with conditions
I Lesson not more ;;;;;;
t No. 3. Lecture: Guard Du than two units, but of course priority c

I ty. will be given to those who meet the I i
Lesson No. 4. Lecture: Guard Duty fall entrance requirements. '

If you fail to appear at the open- 'I
List of Lesions for Military ing day of the University, your name fE%

Science III. will be moved to the bottom of the I

I "MILITARY HYGIENE" list, except that allowance will be
\> i Lesson No. 1. Lecture and quiz. made for anyone delayed by urgent ti.:

Read Ashburn's Mil Hygiene. ueeestity, provided the Registrar is

4 I t Lesson No. 2. Lecture and notified to that effect not later than II
L! the opening day.
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1. I Lesson No 4. Lecture and oniz. Boost the U. of F. official news I ii

.. Lesson No. 5. Examination. paper.
The ngnt kind 01 features to nave!I List of Lessons for Military I

I J in good tailoring are fabric, fashion Science IS: Every remedy for the cost of living 3 r uos wax

Lecture on Musketry, by Colonel 1 leaves the patient little I
I and fit. We famish all three excel a weaker thbefore an
1, I Ward, given during the drill hour. he took it. Ii
I{ lently as oar best patrons will cheerfully "SMALL ARMS FIRING MAN ANY tobacco-every: ttlacct-tastes better in WD C
""I testify. Let us make you 3 UALVLesson.- It is said there are fewer belted I xX. Pipe. Our own specially seasoned and carefully selected
No. 1. Par. 200 to bottom Earls in England than formerly. French briar makes it so. Add to this the superoaftsman-
sample suit, in any style you prefer :page 136.Lenon. surest The ship of the Demuth workers, and Ie
for you'll
way an Earl to get belted :: that we
and we know that the satisfaction we No. 2. To page 222.MANUAL is to go to Ireland. :: claim pre-eminence in the quality of our pipes. Ask any
ON MUSKETRY"._ H good dealer. J Jk
j will give you will keep you a steady Leon No. 3. Par. 1 and Par. 20
may we go out and drink?" 1 WM. DEMUTH
1 customer, ever afterwards. We are to 98. Read pages 21 to 31, inclusive "Yes my darling daughters. Hang .Jr: f. ._ St.cOhiNEw, YORK
Lesson WOR.LD-S.; .. '-
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not at all high priced. L sen No. 5. To par. 232. your frames on a soda fount and dontgo I .PIPES
near two and three-quarters." __

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Day at his home in Micanopy.
Among the social functions which After the victory of the G. H. S. I *
will take place on Thanksgiving Day football
.- team last Saturday after- :Munro: Bostwick spent Sunday
is the Alumni Dance and Smoker at noon, the K. A.'s gave a pop dancein I with his family Jacksonville.
the New Gym. The dance will be their rooms on University Ave. * i

given for the Alumni Association vis. Music was furnished by a part of the I Leslie Williams is spending the

itors and students of the'' University: University Jazz. Those attending week with his parents in Titusville.
'by the Pan Hellenic Council. The : the other dances of the week-end > t
Alumni Association will give the were present.CHRISTIAN. Freddie Leeks and George Albright I
in the basement of the
smoker gym |
motored to Orlando for the weekend.
for those who do not care to dance. ENDEAVOR ENTERTAINS "" * the national = ;
On Friday night November twen- I
FRIDAY NIGHT Ed. "Wookus" Wilson spent last 4
ty-eigth, the Stray Greeks will givea j demand for a wholesome
week end at his home in New Smyrna. i
dance for Fraternity upper class- The Christian Endeavor society of > and
the Elks Club. This pure appe
at promisesto
men the Presbyterian church of Gaines I * j

be another prominent ;Asocial func- ville entertained with a social party A. M. Wolfson left for his home tizing beverage-at the
tion of the season. : \ ./ last 1 I I
Friday night. Although there I in Tampa Monday on account of ill-
was another such affair going on in, ness. soda fountain or with

A.T.O. DANCEA the city, there were numbers for : *

both as the University men turnedout DeForest Christiance spent the : your meals. a

most enjoyable event of the past en masse. past week end with Allan Canova in E -

\v 'ek was the dance given last Saturday The individual features which had Starke. Bevo will more than
I been prepared for the and *
night by the Alpha Tau Ome- reception

tg fraternity at their home near the entertainment of the guests were especially William Clark is spending this satisfy your thirst. _

University, complimenting the visiting well brought out. Several week out of town visiting with

;, Hillsborough football team and young people winning in games and friends in Tampa.

the G. H. S. State ChampIons.The contests were urged to give speaches * ANHEUSER..BUSCH
living room and spacious of their appreciation of the hon- John Icenhauer spent the weekendand -

screened, porches were attractively I or bestowed upon them by their Armistice Day in Jacksonvilleand ST. LOUISIt

decorated with festoon streamers off friends. St. Augustine.

sky-blue and gold, combining the A. I Music was rendered by several of s. rv

T. O. colors dharmingly. A specially the guests accomplished in this art The band gave a good concert at must be

lovely feature of the decorationswere I throughout the evening and singingwas the: band stand on the square down

the moonlight waltzes. indulged in to a considerable de town last Monday night. Ice Gold

The Tampa boys cheerfully accepted gree. After enjoying the hospitality sss
their defeat and enjoyed the of the young hosts and hostesses of Stewart Hall spent the past week

dance. Spirited music was renderedby the C. E. until a late hour the guests end in Jacksonville attending to bu-

the University Jazz Band, with took their departure, all vowing to siness and visiting friends.
special selections by the A. T. O. their having had a most wonderful #

stringed orchestra. time. Bill Daniel was in Jacksonville last

Chaperones for the evening included week to attend a meeting of the

Mr.: and Mrs. Glover Taylor, Mrs.J. K. A. DANCE Pensacola Centennary Committee.
B. Stringfellow, Dr. and Mrs. De- ant _

Pass, Prof. and Mrs. Cpdy, and Mrs. The 'Rats" of the Kappa Alpha Sensabaugh was confined to his

Cody, and Mrs. W. L. Denham. fraternity gave a most delightful bed recently on account of illness, but

dance last Friday evening in honorof is up and quite able to attend to his

B. Y. P. U. SOCIAL HELD the Hillsborough and G. H. S. duties now. . &$rST Q V* ''iVl U insist i**(*If IhU 5fL nimmVIUTmUlulU-*iil V?** hiyli diFASi

McCLELLAN HOMEOn football teams.
AT ball artis- A. E. Olsen stopped over in Pen-
The spacious room was
decorated with festoons of sacola on his way home from the I .
ast Friday night the Baptist New Orleans and W. W. Gunn
Young People's Union of the Baptist I crepe paper carrying out the red and stopped over in game Marianna., Send Your Live News to The Alligator Office
entertained theyoung gold K. A. colors, the red and black i
church of Gainesville *
Hillsborough colors, and the purple I lzD0RAN'S
people of city and Universitywith Several .
of and white, of G. H. S., the combinations men from the University
a .social party at the
spent the week-end in Tallahassee.
effect. :
forming a pleasing
Miss Katherine McClellan. Social :Music: by Icky Leslies Jazz orches- Among these were: C. E. Duncan, 1 BICYCLE SHOPEast

began at an early hour and lasted tra was snappy and almost continuous R. L. Duckworth, and B. E. Archer. ] Main Street. ] !
lending zest to the many dances j
Nearly sixty young ladies from all enjoyed by the happy crowd. Cookie Russell, formerly of Auburn AND REPAIRS

parts of Gainesville and fully one Besides the members of the Hills- and a citizen of Tampa, was
hundred young men from the Uni- in Gainesville friends the --
borough football team, there were visiting at --- -
versity were present to enjoy this oc- the week.
several other out-of-town guests including University during past He
casion. Several special features of will
probably attend the Universityhere.
several visiting ladies
the evening's entertainment were young .
among whom were the following: IS THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER FOR THE r
enjoyed besides the usual games, mu- MARABLE E .
Among these Miss Irene Yelverton, of Palatka; UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
sic and rpfreshments. II
A parrot always speaks pollysyl--
Miss Clara Mae Durden, of Tampa; .
was the stroll of couples, one by one ables.
and Miss Martha Murphree and Miss
from the McClellan: home down to
Jessie Bishop who were on a visit l
the T. and J. railway tracks and back -- -- - -------
home Thom Florida State College at Many a man has earned a house
in the moonlight. Tallahassee. and lot by writing-by writing checks.
All the university men enjoy these FORD HEADQUARTERSJ.
Chaperones for the evening included -
them to .the skies.
soials and praise
Mr. and Mrs. E. Finley Can- WE OVERHEARD IT. R. ALDERMAN, Prop.
They say the socials can not.come to non, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Brooks, Prof. The Home of the Famous FORD MOTOR CARS, Accessories -

often. This is proven by. the large and Mrs. Cody, Mrs. H. L. Hutchinson "No", said the lady to whom the Supplies and Repairs.
attend these
numbers that always
and Mrs. A. L. Glass. clerk was trying to sell a one-piece
bathing suit; "that's a bit too--er-

----- Colonel House is one of our greatest well, I want something fuller, you

SEE A. J. VIDALFor foreign possessions. know-a"Gee, few mother ruffles"!" -interrupted the Alachua County Abstract Company
B. R. Colson President.
Drugs, Stationary, Toilet Statistics are wonderful: If all the nine-year-old boy who accompaniedher Members of American Association of Title Men. Members of Florida

Articles, Candies, Souvenir dollars coined in this country were ; "you'd orter see Mrs. Brown's I Association of Title Men.

Cards, Waterman'sPens. placed in one pile they would be bathin' suit. Ruffles-huh! Her's GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.

: worth about thirty-seven cents apiece. -ain't even got a wrinkle!" I

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Ladies Ready; to Wear, Dry Goods, Notions, Curtains and
ATHLETIC UNION SUITS, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00

Curtain :Materials and Window Shades AND $2.25 PER SUIT.

..4 .
W. N. Wilson Owner.

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'i'N W-W : .: :... =: -\ ->- w* -v e>?..:,*"..y'. .ss- ..'K3irr *r=rE 5r : ;...< "r. r.!>... Friedlander, left'forward.Green [time the organization will be perfec shortage of seed potatoes.The .
that aTarge quantity of the off !j jsize i I request of the students and the Alumni -
pected i right forward. and plans outlined to raise funds
saved. t ted I .
off color fruit will be : Fernandina News-Record is Association.Thus
and j i Gray, left guard. and build the memorial. The memorial
1 who it that if the proposed
1 begging the people of that city, appears
will be erected in the recently pur-
I Cohen, right guard.
opened its engage- I I by the
Vessella's Band build houses for budget system is approved
able to do so to
forward C. Anderson chased Riverside avenue, are
for I Subs: C. Duncan ; park on
ment in St. Augustine on Sunday 1. (Continued on Page Two) -
February and March. I f center G. Stanley, guard. [known as Memorial Park. rental. 1


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1\\ I '' J The Florida F]

I ; i''I I Friday, November 14, 1919.. __ 4
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Printed and published by the students of the University of Florida every .... :: : :: :
Thursday in their own print tbop en the campus.
Bank". Resources Over 12,000/XKj.

t Dewey A. Dye, -.:..-..._ Editor in Chief _- _-- --:: ---
Gcodrick Copeland Managing: Editor :4'T
H. M. FriedIandu--A-ut. Man. Ed. Leslie D. Williams _.__.- Local Ed. Everyone who. I: ... --: ..

j Randall Hunter, --_ Sporting Ed. Henry Fuller, ..Ast. Ath. Editor
I- L H. E. DeSilva, Contributing Ed. "Biv u & "Exchange Eds. Between Gentlemen's Ladies' Enl1'lvd

t. -. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT GainesvilleWas t Calling Cards. NEWSStatiOl1elJ. !

I r't r J. Velma Keen, ____ Business Manager GAINESVILLE DAILY
t _____ Assistant Business Manager: )
t W. W. Gunn, (Today's News Today

\ t John H. Carter, Jr., Circulation Manager E. University Avenue. Gainesville, Fla. e
Fighting r
t C. D. Johnson, ... Composer .. ._ ,---- --------=- ..: --- < I
Shown :: -
by j > -:- --
t W.,Buisll King, __ Pressman --
i.. Entered as second class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffke at It made I
t I' Gainesville, Fbu, under the Act of March 3d, 7 9.Place .
t all communications and news items in boxes designated for that Prowd of the
'i purpose in Peabody and Language Halls. PALM PARLOR"ICE

j I Rate-The Florida Alligator $l.ro the year. Altho,
\ -
grand glorious comeback versus Tulane.r One of them
I Our boys staged one

r .- 0 But we, of
us of the and Classical Sheet Music. High Grade Candies.
"TTu-re is no sugar shortage," cry many people. Reminds Popular
Iowyer >' b, said to the man in jail: They can't put you in jail for that.'* Appreciate the Crane's Exclusive Stationary.

I -Tribune..
O And look :
I The Rat who shows common sense is the Rat who displays no ugly

I temper,*surliness, or unobedience: in response to favors. asked by or summons To the time : ---:: --.:: -- ...-= ------ ... ------.,
1 from old men. 1I
O When ; O. G. Martin. W. E. Early.
Strike and unions everywhere. We had one in the mechanical depart- '
11 ment of the Alligator. -The union remains; the strike has been called off. These men I MARe GARAGE

;'j Mechanical Department. I Old Lang Garage)
Uncle Sam is unable to meet the demand for new money to prepareold t ED. ANYTHING THAT CAN BE DONE WE DO IT.
bills. Individuals have often experienced an inibility to meet the demandfor
Come to the
either new or old bills-Tribune.
More than 100 members of the faculty of the University of Montana
J. Phone 361.
Autogenous Welding.
have beccue members of the new Faculty Union No. 189, affiliated with And we hope
to faculty members today. It is .--- -.. .-_.-. ._..-- -- -- -.- --
Federation of Labor, according -
: the American - - -- ----- --
declared that the charter of the union does not carry a strike provision. They come,
..::= === : y 4 ---.

,, "We challenge the rest--v of the southern n states to show a galaxy of news- Same old i\ THE BOSTON STORE I II
paper star of equal magnitude with the excellent weeklies of Florida"--
the size of Tampa with two They displayed Next to the A. C.
Tampa Tribune. We'd like to see any city I Passenger Depot
better dail.es! than the Times and Tribune. Arcadia Enterprise. Don't

forget the Alligator.The :4 Carries a high grade of Ladies' and Men's furnishings.-Also

O And that they :1 Hats, Shoes and everything in ready to wear for Men, Women and
false score of the Tulane-FJprida game which was celebrated dur- Children at remarkably reasonable prices.

ing the sapper hour last Saturday night served its purpose, if it had one, Put the old ? Come And Convince Yourself At
well enojsjh, for the students certainly did exhibit enough pep. What would l"r I
they have done if the correct score had not come in as it did? It was justa Into the
demonstration of what the real spirit of old U. of F. is. games I! THE BOSTON

o For Florida. to the A. C. L- STORJ'Next :
A spurious issue, "The Southern" made its appearance on the cam-
pus in 3'.ral places last week. Considering the high prices of inks, paper, Also that n
ect., we Jo not understand just how it is managed, probably like the foot- :-- .". --- ... .... --- -=----:- "'---

ball teair. representing the same place. A post season game for the"champiotithip" Pep and -'"
of the state would be welcomed on the 'Gator campus.O t*-- fc"l .Ifc TT-ll -.-: ... .. -
ga J y :
Clean play I A R CANS !

Will enter REPAIR CO. "I
When the major part of the student body was entertained in the "Y" % !
rooms by Mrs. Walsh Saturday night some time ago, they had a good Before the Phone 139. [
time. The watchword seemed to be "We sure did enjoy ourselves". As r !
each stud nt, old or new, left the hall, he said these words, and they meantit. They come
they did enjoy themselves.It 4 WORK DONE WHILE YOU WAIT j

is to be regretted that such a large percentage of the students are While they J. 114 N. West Main. Gainesville.
not given an opportunity to say those sweet words more often. Some '
It. I-
provision for wholesome pleasure and enjoyment for the homesick students Or EVER. r
who come to Florida in search of a higher education should be devised. Many t. I I
of the be,)s who are just out of the high school have never been from under AT u -
the protecting glow of their home hearth fires before, and the lonesome, The ex-Kaiser I ROOM BUCKMAN I
blue pangs of the heart, which they suffer must be something "awful". beard, but he
Mrs. Walsh who had the affair of the other evening under charge reports from the Allies :::::=: ;;:::: ==:: == :::::= =

that the expense was a small consideration, that ten dollars was
ample to cover all the expenditures of the kindhearted "Where ... .
evening. She was are ... ;- ;: ;;- =:: ;... "" ----"": I
and gave.: the boys a good time. At more or less irregular times in "To my t
t the past other open hearted persons have done the same thing for the 'Sick or
students. But this burden should not be on the private individual. The
University is a state institution for the training of its future citizens. During The University Book Store 1
the war entertainment was provided for the soldiers, sailors and marines
who went forth unafraid to battle for the honor of Uncle Sam. The same
system shoild work to good advantage in keeping the college student Bailie d Basement Language Hall ;
straight ai'+i fit. If such methods kept the soldiers and other fighting men Glesca' on :\ t
out of -mble the same methods on a lesser scale will surely keep the students in' the morrow j

I straight and in better condition to master their tasks. If the Boardof Mr. Jarvis- NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIONERY j jr
Control were to reccomend a fund for the proper entertainment of the I've no
students, and the Legislature were to approve it, it is more than likely Bailie-An' r LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS, FRESHMAN !
that more real good would be accomplished than is accomplished now in and Mr. J.-I'm CAPS, ETC. :
out of the class room. It is not reasonable
suppose that it is best for a Bailie-An' I
man to trudge a mile and a half to town for a soda and the priviledge of on Saturday? H
loafing around the street corners crabbing about anything and everything Mr. J.-On .-
that should happpen to come up. the Buchanans. Everything For The Students I

Some day the Board of Control will see the wisdom of this suggestion. Bailie What I
14 If eventually' why not now?
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[Friday, November 14, 1919.
6 __ __ The. Florida_ Alligator f,
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Kodak FinishingW. Ii EXCHANGES:: :; -. -:: | ANARCHISTS IN COLLEGEIn Patronize the Advertisers of The Alligator NOW y

L. M.ALEXANDER an address before the Harvard -- 4

No. 7 Buckman Hall club in California Herbert Hoover expressed -
SATISFACTION GuaranteedIIIGGINBOTHAM I the opinion that unless bet- NEW SOUTHERN HOTEL k
The Exchange Department takes ter pay is given the teachers in Am- T. K. PICKETT Prop.
I,I pleasure in announcing the receipt of erican colleges the nation will be RATES REASONABLE.NICE MODERN ROO EXCELLENT
the following exchanges: I face to face with a dangerous radicalism TABLE SERVIVCE. r
The Florida Flambeau, F. S. C. W.; I from the centers of higher ed- Gainesville Fla. Phone"168. ,

BROS.On The Spokesman, P. C. H. S.; The Al- ucation. Mr. Hoover proceeds F t
chemist, Brenau College; The South- "Out of the war and misery of the

your way to the University ern College; The Curior Informant, war has arisen a silhuette of class '

DRINKS and GROCERIES Bartow, Fla; The Echo, Tampa, Fla.; distinction and class hatred that is
The U. of N. Sagebrush, Universityof not to be obliterated with a few t,
Shoes that Wear
.6 Nevada; The Technique, Ga. Tech.; words. The development of radical- t
The Crimson Rambles, Transylvania I ism in Europe during the last twelve
College; The Petrel, Oglethorpe University months is beyond anything in his- !
; The Hastings Herald, Hast-I tory. America is a fertile field and

MOLNAR'SDINING ings, Fla.; Furmann Hornet, Furman I| responds quickly to any wind that
University Maryland may blow. This European wind of
ROOM State Review, ,
Maryland State College; The Tulane I radicalism is sweeping our way and it
Weekly, Tulane University; The is affecting us. FRUIT STORE

Gamecock, University of South Caro-I We are in favor of better pay for Fancy Fruits and Draft Beverages. Cigars, Cold Drinks and Bevo, lOc ,

lina; Here and There With the 31st, :teachers though of the opinion that Thank You. Come Again. '
those in the schools in
are more
Vladivostok, Siberia. 'I N. S. TAMP AS
'sing need of higher salaries than the Manager.
LILIENBLUMBICYCLES William H. Crom, a graduate of the
I professors in the colleges. But we
of 1914 of the
University of do not share the opinion that increased r
Florida, is now Captain of K. Com salaries would stop the flow of '.
pany of the 31st infantry and is stationed radicalism from our institutions of THE THOMAS COMPANYCOME

at Vladivostok, Siberia. The higher learning. Rigid weeding out of
following is a clipping from "Here all anarchists and near anarchists IN AND SEE US FOR BASE BALL FOOT
and There with the 31st". from these institutions is the only BALL-TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTING GOODS.
The company remained in camp at way of putting a stop to the flow of .
Everything in GroceriesFor Novo Nezhino on June 27. In the afternoon -; this nauseous stream.
; of this day Captain Crom took I To a great extent the newspapersare -- -------.::- ----- ---...-...--.- _----.-- --------- ...... -

Goodness Sake :i detachment back to one of the bridges responsible for the spread of radical il
Dr'nk DORSSY'S DELICHM Coffee that had been doctrines by college r---
burned by the ban professorsand
dits and both K and E companies won to a greater extent the magazines 8 RIGASAf!

for themselves a record in bridge are responsible. The press quote THE PLACE -
Do Business With building. radical expressions from
No engine was available to a college
move the necessary timbers professor that they would not thinkof I WELL LIGHTED PRICES
bridge. Horses in the neighborhood quoting from a labor agitator. Go- JJ RATES.

of the camp were corraled, pieces of ing back a little further the publics I Near B. A. Thrasher's Law Office.
harness responsible for this for the public -
secured and two of the most
notices these expressions from '
gently steeds were hitched to a car I '
Ask Anyone About The Blanche.
load professors while it would not notice
loan at of timbers, which
Money to a was conveyedto
them from labor agitators. The public -
RELIABLE PAWN SHOP the burned bridge. After about notices the unusual and the news- .:=::: ::::::: =.c::::.::::: =.::::

I 102, W. Main St., N. five hours' work on the part of the papers attempt to furnish it. -
-- -- -- ---
:L full line of umsical instruments doughboys, the bridge was repairedand And so a man who could never hope r

connections were again established to be known outside of the college in
between Romanovka and NovoNezhino. which he is teaching if he merely did
." The Alachua Restaurant and Lunch RoomFOR
.., his duty can become a public char-
IJj II ;:Ij5; :: fe j? =-
-x- acter al over the country if he shocks
; CIGARS, CIGARETTES, PIPES i GREATNESS AS SUCH the public by doing or saying some-
A and TOBACCO thing that a man of his position

H -Peanuts- ,f, "If a nation really wants a great would not be expected to do or say. .,
man; says Gerald Stanley Lee "it Then
0 public curiosity about Half Block from Atlantic Coast Line
Moseley's Cornerfnc. invents a Depot.
| him. Which is very nearly him is aroused and the magazinesfind I

.. ":' ;:_.;;... .:..... .:: the truth. A man who accomplishes space for any drivel he may writethat Telephone 507. Gainesville, Fla.
greatness in private life does it i in would not have found space for

spite of everybody but the man who the best English and most logical I

accomplishes greatness in public life thought from him before he was ad
does it with the assistance -- --- --------------------- ----------------
of -- -------
every vertised. So, by turning anarchist, a
eat body. A great statesman is usuallya college professor can break into literature ..

common man who bungles along, and become a famous man- I
at great expense to everybody, and or maybe infamous would suit him IF THERE IS ANYTHINGYou
the people finally call him
great as a just as well.
11ft I Ita lilt Ii 1t compliment
to themselves. Occasionally If a man is dismissed from the faculty want in the line of Fancy Fruit, Groceries and Vegetables -
a great man appears by accident i- of a college the newspapers and
at a critical period, but this is the magazines raise a howl which at the Lowest Prices, Call at then
HOME' OF GOOD PICTURES rare; most leaders in great events advertises him more. A professor in I'

are made great by the positions the class
they room is not concerned wit
hold.-E. W.Howe's Monthly. party politics and shoulid not engagein Sanitary Fruit and Produce Company I

-x- it. If he teaches ideas that the Phone 87. Gainesville, Fla.i11erJs .
SPORTING GOODS DON'TS trustees of the institution think he

Don't get the idea that you are the should not teach they should dismiss

father of this country just because him. This is no abridgment of his -

KODAKS everyone says "da, da" to you. right of free speech. He can express
CUTLERY Don't kick on the chow-in the his opinions where it is proper to express r i)

--- States they think we are living on them. It may be safely asserted IMI :
horse-flesh. that no college professor teaches
Baird Hardware Co. Don't claim a wound chevron underG. anarchy or anything akin to it except

Phone 7. Gainesville.IF O. 45.Don't for the advantage he things advertising -

think Easter lasts all the year would give him.-Times-Union. Agent For

ITS PRINTING SEND ITO T and try to get a kiss on the Fourth of NUNNALLY'S AND WHITMAN'S CANDIES
The Usual
PEPPER July by saying, "Christ has risen." Way. TOMKINSON KEY FLORAL CO.
I've led fast life
Don't write home describing the a ,
Earned all I spent,
Loose leaf books and supplies scenery of Copek Hill-remember Paid what I borrowed OF JACKSONVILLE
PEPPER PRINTING COMPANYPhone some of the boys have already
Lost what I lent.
136. gone back.Don't .
forget you are in "for the duration -Clemson Tiger

of the war", and the world has -- -=-;;' "'-
The Florida Alligator -" -
SHOESH $1.50
been at war since Adam met Eve. i

Don't say, "this is not the way wedid Jed. F UNCLE MOSES '

it at the Intelligence School"Don't ,
1 confuse G. O. 20 with Customs _

of the Service. Lady: Here, my poor fellow is a RELIABLE PAWN SHOP MONEY TO LOAN ON
0 Gainesville, 0 Don't drink two cans of vodka and: quarter for you. Le must be dreadful Hi DIAMONDS, WATCHES GUNS PISTOLS

expect people to believe your actions to be lame but I think it must CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, ETC.
were inherited from ancestral apes. be worse to be blind.

E Florida. ESHOES -Exchange, (By H. P. M.) Tramp: It is, mum. When I was 110-112 W. UNION ST. GAINESVILLE,

blind they was handing me counterfeit FLA.I
Boost the U. of F. official news quarters. American Legion I Full Line of Musical Instruments and

paper. Weekly. I _
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3 MCtvtJn** ** -; -- > 4 ";fi ? Fet- G'k
petted that a large quantity of the off |;i Friedlander, left forward.: i sj j i time the organization will be perfected -] shortage of seed potatoes. ,[Stude1t Atvt'y of$ at the ,
, size and off color fruit will be saved. Green right forward. 1 J1 and plans outlined to raise funds I I request of the students and the Alumni -
Gray, left guard. :!: and build the memorial The memorial | The Fernandina News-Record is ': Association.

Vessella's Band opened its engage- | Cohen, right guard. } will be erected in the recently purIchased j begging the people of that city, who 1 Thus it appears that if the proposed
ment in St. Augustine on Sunday for' Subs C. Duncan, forward; C. An- park on Riverside avenue, Il are able to do so, to build houses for: budget system is approved by the
February and March. j[derson, center; G. Stanley, guard. [known as Memorial Park. 'i rental : (Continued on Page Two)

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The Florida AI&

\ ; H t {:: Friday, November_ 14, 1919. 6
-- I'll meet in Gainesville
their home may inform i
the librarian, and an effort will be 27th. Very Cordially) ,
THE NEW YORK RACKET I made to obtain them. Those in chargeof RALPH President STOUTAHm.]1
r t I I (Continued From Page :.) the library want the students to
AgentFlorsheim for that the library is conducted
L T. Sale will represent the Collegeof realize .
and that Bill Bivings has been cute
l Shoes in their interests,
Arts and Sciences with Mr. Duke primarily
should feel free at all times to to a few ardent spectators eveqning ,
J, alternate in the they
Williams acting as
I t event of Mr. Sale's inability to make ask for information or aid in finding just before supper with *
exhibition of his "hooche-kooca*
selected books or material of any kind. .
ix&lfi5&mg the trip. The Engineers have -I

YOUR JEWELRY WANTS g Mr. Tatom to represent them, withJ.

\ t jr Can be supplied at L. C. Smith's. You will find a complete line of y; D. Almond acting as alternate. The I 1: ';...- ;:_ .. : r _,-__ ;oiV :::::"'

i !tfi: Jewelry in up to date designs at reasonable prices. 9iK ; Teacher's College have nominated VANSICKLEHas

r i L. C. SMITIH, JEWELER !gjr : four men, leaving the final appoint-
; North Side of Square. Gainesville, Florida. i ii it gj ment to the discretion of Dr. Cox. i been photographing Gainesville folks for ten years and business

t gjfggfigfifgfgfflf I It is hoped that much good will accrue -;j I I gets better every year. THERE'S A REASON.

i t --- -- --- -- ----- -- I to the University, as a result of|j Studio on South of Square. Gainesville, Florida.

t nffiffifaaaffiffiaf the conference, and the reports of the j ..t ", _-:. c __ __- "'" '< v..oI "" --;;' ::<::: -
t delegates will no doubt abound with i j, -
\ t 1 "WE SELL MUSIC" | interesting material This action con-. -
i stitutes of the steps
f; one more many
t t IF YOU WANTREAL IF YOU AREPARTICULAR I I that the University is taking in re- program for the evening
November 3rd
I was a tryout for
I gard participation in Interstate acti- (Continued From Page 1.)
; !:fi "Rat Debate" that is to be held
vities. Thanksgiving, Nov. 27.I
5 Coming Day-
I I 3IUSIC ; the John Marshall Society in
i Si GET ififfi;I have been presented with a formal
I II near future. Subject: Resolvedthe
{! y; !: I MADISON AND SPAIN petition calling for a business meet-
U. of F. should be
: I FOR MANAGERSHIP ing and it is hereby announced for Co-educati
i r I 'Ifze; NEW EDISON t that date. aL ceptional All of material the speakers for orators.showed ts.

t Continued From Page 1.) Gentlemen, the time has come. Our
: n i %tt&S5&SRRR52t I!j ing the matter of the proposed amendment opportunity is here. It is our duty to men chosen to represent the loci
R. B. Hoskins and M. H.
i 1 were Sm
will come before the stu- do. We can't do without being there.
1\ r with J. R. Wells as alternate.Our .
............000000000000000000 'dent body for their vote. Sentiment Every Alumnus is needed in Gainesville -

f t! .has grown strongly in favor of the on the 27th. Are you going to
J I proposed amendment and it is expected permit your county representative to boys from service over the
1 \
] STUDENT PRESSING CLUB % that it will be passed with small report you absent? We must all be brought home the bacon and it is :

:: 0 ,oposition only. on hand no matter what the sacrifice. on sale to the geaeral public.
I ; "For the Students By the Students" i The proposed amendment reads as

{;.t I follows: I

!, : Pressing Rates: 5 Pieces For $1.00. .t''Notice to Amend the By-Laws of t
The Florida BOYS !
eletie Association. Every room ought to get a good live daily. Subscribe for THE
Basement Science HalL On the Campus. I
:I :! It is moved to amend Section 7 of I i cracker-jack sporting section. Delivered 20c. per week.P. .
.. the By-Laws of the University of H. GILLEN, Agent Room 41, Buckman Hal]
&...............ooooooooo0000. j I Florida Athletic Association to read I I

'' as follows: I M,
KfiffiffifaaaaBBH The Board of Directors shall issue.

!:fi !: j!a call for assistant managers of foot- I

1. GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO. !R!at ball the at end the beginning of the season of each the season student; BUILT FOR ALL ROADSThe

: !: body will elect from these assistants

t Noted For i a manager for the following season. high power and rugged strength of the

y; QUALITY DIAMONDS FINE JEWELRY CHINAWARE, !:fit t'I, Other atheletic managers will be appointed Oakland Sensible Six make it the choice of I

GLASSWARE AND SILVERWARE !: by the Board of Directors.
whose different
t persons journeys run over many
It} !;: 41, West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida. : The duties of managers shall be prescribed is
kinds of routes. And their appreciation
I'' x; J by the Board of Directors.
: i heightened by the economy in use of fuel, oil
t i j CHANGE IS MADE IN and tires for which this automobile also is noted.
!:fi i

I -- Touring Car f 1O75; Roadster,$1075;Coup$170;
I (Continued From Page 2.) Four Door Sedan H74O. F.O. IX, Pontiac Mich.
Additional for wire wheel equipment, ft5.00
The southwest corner of the Library
\ I proper has been designated as Refer- GAINESVILLE OAKLAND CO.
ence corner and here will be found all

dictionaries, encyclopaedies, statistics, M. A. Jones, Manager.

.t year books etc. In this corner, mater- Gainesville Florida
ARE READY TO RIDE .. I" erial pertaining to the questiom for

I I ,'- LET YOUR DIRTY DUDS SLIDE the triangular debate may be obtain- \ ,-
Ied.i In this connection the Librarian 'I":7

,I Miss Miltimore wishes to state that if

::1 T STUDENT LAUNDRY CLUBI the various literary societies will only

I bring their questions for debate to
I the library in advance, she will take O

i steps to see that all material bearing
on the subject is placed in the refer-
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i : It is interesting to note that ten of

Eyes Glasses the professors have reserved shelveson
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: Tested. : Fitted. :: which are placed books relating to
their respective subjects. The depart-

I.I.I. mental heads have submitted lists of N ':f TjF'*' TTA" *IL'"T* 'V -
I.III 0 books to be ordered in the future, and AI

: DO OUR OWN LENSE GRINDING. NO DELAY. t: it is expected that a purchase of new

III books costing approximately an aggregate -
: : C. H. COLES & SON : of six hundred dollars will be

\. Jewelers and Opticians. Gainesville, Florida. made wihtin a short time.
I The librarian also wishes it a.-

II I 11000000oo1H1'000000. 1oo/H.oo. I nounced that all students who wish to




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