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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 21, 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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System Devised Some Years AgoIn

Entire System In Stale of Turmoil As VARGE NUMBER OF ALUMNI Practice in University.-Workings BY-LAWS OF ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Stetson Team in Last Half Especially
Result of Attempted Blockage To ARE EXPECTED TO RETURN Explained and Atten- DISQUALIFY IT. Try Only Forward Pass Plays.
Passage of Amendment Reg- tion of Students Calledto Gator Team Left Thursday for

' >. ulating Important .Many Features Planned for Those Code. Board of Directors Will Take :\o.Ac- Game With South Carolina
: Office. Who Attend Home-coming Day tion Toward Election of Manager -Teams Evenly Matched.

F: l;::-' Exercises Here. There are probably many new men Until Muddle Is Cleared. i (

; As a result of attempt to block the who do not know that there is an t." l Before over six hundred rooters,
proposed amendment to the Constitu- All students and alumni of the Un- Honor System in force within the Un- Due to the fact that it was out of I Florida defeated Stetson on Fleming
:versity who have won any sort of have heard that order and unconstitutional, the motion I Field last Saturday by a score of 64
tlcn: of the Athletic Association, in iversity. They may
athletic letter will wear it to the regarding the system of selecting ,the i to 0. The game was a walk-away
there but failing to Iw.at'more
Chapel last Friday morning, protests was 1 I
lorida-Oglethorpe game on Thanks- team managers made in chapel Friday from the start to the finish, two +
have been arising the of it, they may have no doubt
campus iving Day. These men are to occu- morning by C. J. Hardee has been I touchdowns being made in the first
directed at the forgotten everything about it. I II
These protests, are py a special portion of the grand- dropped, and nothing more will be quarter and a third lacking about
and For their benefit and for the ben- I
present managership, principally, stand during the game. done with that particular motion. 'two downs to completion. 2
also to the method of selecting the Due to the fact that Mr. O'Byrne, efit of the old men who may have for- Section 2 of Art. VII Says: 'I Unable to stem the tide, goal after ;
gotten the rules and regulations, the:
football manager. Voicing these protests Secretary of the Alumni Association, "Upon the written request of ten j' goal was piled up, 'until Stetson seethe -
comes a letter to the Alligator is out of town now, the official sche- Honor Committee requested that the members: or at the request of a majority !?I futility of making gains by line I ;
explaining the situation. dule of the Home-coming Day pro- Code be published in this week's issue of the Board of Directors, the''I plunging opened up early in the first f f f

t It seems that steam roller methods gram can not be published, thoughi of the Alligator.The President shall call a special meeting i half with a series of forward passes j'j'I ,i
equal to those of the infamous Tammany i the tentative one below is probably code is as follows: of the Association. This request and I continuing them throughout the game.
Hall ,ring are in practice on the I',,I correct. Section 1. Breach of honor system. also a notice of any special meeting, I Several of these, especially the long I I ;
campus, and those interested in the I|I November 27th will be a holidayfor 1. Either giving or receiving any shall state the object for which the lateral passes, came very near to being I I
9 real wellfare of the Un versity' are the University students. A bus- manner of aid in connection with any meeting is called, and at a special j! a breakaway for the Hatters. For- 4 I

f strong in their protest against said iness meeting of the Alumnae will be college course. meeting no subject not so stated shall tinately, a Gator always cropped up in I
methods:' held in Chapel that morning. Thanks- 2. Failure to report any viola- be considered, except by a three- time to prevent a serious disaster for I
giving dinner will be served in the tion of Section 1. Article 1. fourths vote of the members present." Florida. .. t
The letter follows:
Commons at one-fifteen. The game Section II. Penalty.The The Board of Directors has agreedto Stetson was supported by a large I II
Editor Florida Alligator: between the 'Gators and Oglethorpe penalty for the breach of this take no steps in'their election or I I I number of rooters coming up with the
There can be no doubt in the mindsof University will be staged on Fleming Honor System, as outlined in Section the appointment of managers-for next team who spent the day in Gainesville. I
the students of the University that I field at three-thirty. In the evening I[, shall be as follows: year until the entire situation is Engineers Vs. Lawyers. i
there is, and that there is cause for, there will be a dance in the gym anda 1. The penalty for the breach of cleared. Enthusiasm ran high when the two j
I dissatisfaction with the present method smoker will be held in the basement Article 1, Section I, shall be expulsion teams reprsenting the Engineering : !

of choosing football managers. Un- simultaniously with the dance for from the Student Body of the Uni- ORANGE COUNTY CLUB College and the Law College respect-
der the present system, whether this those who do not care to indulge in versity of Florida, with the privilegeof ively clashed on Fleming Field last
be the contemplated result or not, the the light' fantastic. resignation rather! than expulsion The Orange County Club has been I Friday afternoon.
manager each year appoints his assis- Over one hundred old Florida men from the University of Florida. organized recently with an enrollment Neither team was able to make a #i
tant. He in turn, as has been the result are expected to be here on the twen- 2. The penalty for the breach of of fourteen members. This clubis touchdown during the game and the

for several years ,is selected by ty-seventh. Preparations are well Article 2, Section I, shall be suspen- going to be another valuable string ball see-sawed back and forth across
the athletic board as manager for the under way and a "Red Letter" day is sion, or at the option of the Honor which the University can pull whenit the field as the game progressed. Two 4
bo- needs brand "Rats". It field goals kicked the law-
following year. Thus the student expected. Committee, expulsion from the Student some new were
dy has no voice in the selection of Body, with the same privilege as represents one of the best sections of yers during the first and fourth quar-
the most. important student officer. As regards resignation rather than ex- Florida in every way. Heretofore, ters which constituted the only scoresof
athletic BENTON ENGINEERING Orange County has not been the game. .
to the managerships of the other pu'sion from the University of Flor- repre-
teams, in the past it has been SOCIETYThe ida. sented very well at the University on Much credit is due to both teams for ;
account of lack of advertisement but the quality of playing displayed on the : !
the policy to have playing managers Section III. Enforcement.
this Benton ..Engineering Society this year eight new students entered field considering the short amount of ; j
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selected by the teams, system 1. The enforcement of these rule '
complaint.The met Monday Nov. 10th and was enter- which was due to the influence of the time allowed for training and signal i
has evoked little or no shall be in the hands of Executive
tained and instructed by an address an the track meets. With all of the fellows work. The field goals were made by I, :
item of is a paramount
expense Committee of the Student com-
from Dr. Leake. The address made organized we expect to bringat Carlton and Spain. Score: Lawyers, I
consideration in these lesser sports. of five members-the
the men taking engineering courses posed least thirty new students with us 6; Engineers, 0.
This method of choosing, or rather realize the importance' their future President of the Combined Senior next fall and not let Stetson or Team Leaves for Columbia.

allowing: one man to choose for us, is work. Their part in the revolution- Class, who shall be its chairman, and SoUhtern get a single man.. Plans Coach Buser, Manager Morgan and i
on its face 'a faulty method. It may izing and recnostruction oif future one member elected from each classto have already been made to canvassthe members of the squad left Thursdayfor

be saTd that this is not the method used world programs and the part that serve for one scholastic year; the county and we are going to do Columbia, where they will play i
but In effect it is the method used.It each man should take politically in Secretary of this Committee to be the our best to make Florida the best university the University of South Carolina, on
permits favoritism and gives a free the maintenance of this nation. Secretary of the Combined Junior in the South. Saturday. The team has high hopesas

opportunity for the control of this important Intersociety debating was discussed Class. ------ they defeated the Gamecocks when
phase of student activities by by the Engineering Society. It 2. All proceedings of this Committee "PRETTY BABY" AT they met two years ago on Fleming

vne faction. Thus one faction ccmpos- was finally decided that they should shall be absolutely secret. BAIRD THEATRE SATURDAY Field. I
ed of perhaps five or six per cent of and would make themselves more 3. To be effective, the vote of this \

the members of the university might conspicuous in debating circles in 'hte Committee upon all matters must be Jimmie Hodges new 1919 version of Hurrah for the 'Gators.Go i

easily control .football, and following future. The society is planrii g"a unanimous. "Pretty Baby" the big musical suc-
out the same plan, any other activity publicity campaign now and wishes 4. It shall be considered the dutyof cess, will be the offering at the Baird to it Florida! Look-out South
that they wished. When one group to extend to any member of the society any student witnessing a breachof Theatre Saturday. With the brilliant Carolina.

gets control it always follows that an invitation- participate in this Honor System to first secure galaxy of true and, tried favorite, and
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interest and the debates. <
there is a falling off of < 8.tt 't v t" '!a to theer.endsaes ", "'H J7;? >
Qrctr dec: cP Z ccQ< <. g QCt t <:' (;> cPr zesg eegQeC << 4.\. S >> ZSBxec'uYlre e "R?lcn?Jr
An attempt to rectify this method I I Body. They can sing and dance and the more A recent issue of the Army and
made recently when an amend- ; 5. Upon the receiving of such report ] the dance.
was The first call for candidates for they sing more they Navy Journal announces that there
ment to the constitution of the Athletic the basketball squad has been issued I the Committee shall first pass "Pretty Baby" this season as in are four appointments to the United

Association was proposed. This and the initial practice will be upon said charge. Should the charge the past was written by Jimmie Hodg. States Military Academy open to all
I amendment dealt with the football held Friday 21st at 4:00. With the appear valid the>person accused shall es. He is the young master of come- Florida boys. There is one appoint-

managership alone, because, in the court in the new gymn completed, be forthwith brought before the Com- dy, the gifted writer of words and ment in each of the first, and third
other sports, the policy of using play- Florida has one of the best floors in mittee, faced by his accusers, the music for songs which have made him districts, and in the fourth district,
ing managers has worked out well. Its the South. charge laid before him and then, up- rich and envied.. For this season's en- there are two.Information.
other candi- The will be in of on given an opportunity to admit or
purpose was to permit squad charge tertainment he has written a laugh a regarding these appointments
dates besides the one selected by the 'Coach Beck, an old University of Nebraska deny. such charge. minute guaranteed and intruduced may be had by writin to
manager, to try out for the positionof player. He is expecting a 6. Should the student accused of a and introuuced a score of mad melo- the Secretary of War, or to the congressman c
football manager. The amend- large number of men out and will put breach of Article 1, Section I, admit dies, nearly all of which are the tick- from the district.

ment, however, was talked to death almost them thru all the phases of the the truth of said charge, it shall be ling sort, caught and whistled at ev- The men receiving these appoint- '

but not quite, as it is still possi- game. Florida is out for the State the duty of the :Executive Committee ery street corner and warranted to ments will enter. West.. Point in
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thai a large quantity the off \ Green right forward. t and plans outlined to raise funds News-Record is!i ni Association. :. i iI
1 off color fruitVessella's will be saved. : and build the memorial. The memor- Fernandina I Il I that if the proposed :r
size and Gray, left guard. the people of that city, who I Thus it appears
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will be
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its Cohen, right build houses for > budget system .
engage- able to do so, to ::
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Sunday fo".1 Subs: C. Duncan ; I i ( on ; ;
ment in St. Augustine.on I,derson, center; G. Stanley, guard. | known as Memorial Park. rental. j
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_The_Florida AUiSEEA. i Fr

i : III H' Friday, November 21, 1919. 2 --
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I'1 I. I I,- e---=.-*5-= Ss 2 .-.-:;::' 5...;0 I Lesson No. 16: Lecture, Orders andMessages.1' I .

t : J. VIDAL I MILITARY | :,;.,
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17. lecture and quiz.Advance J
Lesson No.
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Cards, Waterman'sPens. -x- w
1\ i.' R. O. T;: C. DRILL SCHEDULEFOR List of Lessons for Military a
r Lesson No. 6. Practical:-Target -

4 Saturday, November 22. Battalion designation.
t Money to loan at a inspection review. Lesson No.7. Examination on Known in :

ELIABLE PAWN SHOP Monday, November 24. Battalion musketry.
Tactical Walks, by
Lecture on a
\ 1C2, wHlain St., N. .
t | drill hour.
drilLWednesday Colonel Ward, given during f
November 26. Com-
k full line of'umsical instruments knowTi
I. pany close order drill 20 minutes; -
Lesson No. 8. Combat, Small Unit. t
extended order 20 minutes.
I .- Saturday, November 29. Battalion Lesson No. 9. Combat, Small Un- 1

I: t I Kodak Finishing I inspection and BLOXHAM review. WARD, it.Lesson No. 10. Patrolling. Bevo has become the best

., I W. L. McALEXANDER Lieut. Col. Inf., U. S. A. Lesson(Advance No. 11.Guard.Patrolling) (Flank friend of food and fellow- j
No. 7 Buckman Hall -x-
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and Rear Guard) '
; t i SATISFACTION GuaranteedHIGGINBOTHAM Headquarters R. O. T. C. Unit, Uni- Lesson No. 12. Outpost and Detached ship. ,

I 'I I.k I. 6i versity of Florida, Gainesville, Posts.

i Florida. Lesson No. 13. Examination. Drink it for its purity
I List of Lessons for Military Lecture on Solution Map Problemsby

k ti i BROS. Science I. Colonel Ward, given during the and deliciously appetizing -
Lesson No. 5. Posting and reliev- drill hour.
I I ing sentinels. General Orders. Lesson No. 14. War Game. flavor.
i On your way to the University
: Lesson No. 6. Posting and reliev- "MAP PROBLE IS.-
Lesson No. 15. Advance Guard.
i ing sentinels; Challenging. General Y
orders. Lesson No. 16. Attack. At the soda or -

i Lesson No. 7. Guard Mount. Re- Lesson No. 17. Defense.HOMECOMING with meals.

} \ ;H lieving the old Guard. your
Lesson No. 8. Guard Mount. Re-. DAY
MOLNAR'S lieving the old guard. Turning out and Bevo must be served cold.

I I inspecting the guard. Use of patrolsand PLANS ARE MADEGAME
; DINING ROOM countersign; challenging.

Lesson No. 9. Examination. ANHEUSER-BUSCH ST.LOUIS
1 1l Lesson No. 10. Lecture; Personal !

i LILIENBLUMBICYCLES List of Lessons for Military 5E "-.
Science III. President of Allumni Association Urges .w

W"- All Old Grads To Be Pres- -
It must be
Less ent On Great ThanksgivingDay
I No.6. Lecture on Common
Ice Gold
II Law. at University

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H CIGARS, CIGARETTES, PIPES 1 Lesson No. 8. Lecture on Common of the biggest affairs of its kind Ii a
and TOBACCO Law. ever attempted by the student body, I

I Peanuts j Lesson No. 9. Lecture on MilitaryLaw. that of entertaining the Allumni of _.
the University of Florida in Gainesville '
Moseley's Corner "MANUAL COURTS MARTIAL" on Thanksgiving day. Different Sold families everywhere.supplied bytfrocer '

1 .. -:::::: Lesson No. 10 Lecture and quiz. bodies will entertain their particular sealerYieiton.recordially druggist and ti
1J Lesson No. 11. Lesson and quiz. friends in their own'way, but no one invited to
J IF ITS PRINTING SEND IT Lesson No. 12. Lecture and quiz. will be left ott of the good olt get-to: inspect our plant..
TO PEPPER Lesson No. 13. Mock Court. gether meeting on the Day of Thanks.
14. Mock Court. The following letter, which is self ---- .
Loose leaf books and supplies Lesson No. ------ ---- --- -
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PEPPER Send Your Live News to The Alligator OfficeD.ORAN'S
Phone 136. "MINOR TACTICS"- the allumni, and they are expected to
I be here on that date.
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_ It j ; Dear Alumni:-
N During the last five month des BICYCLE SHOPEast
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Main Street.
II perate efforts have been made to
reach you-one and alli 0 what extent FOR BICYCLES, MOTORCYCLES, ACCESSORIESAND
we have been success full, we are
i i. : unable to say, but we trust that our
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basket before read and rert&'l
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Anyway, gentlemen of the Alumni, IS THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER FOR THE
; Shoes that Wear we wish to invite and urge you to return [
{ to the University for Home II

: UNITED SHOE STORE Coming Day-Thanksgiving, Nov. 27.I _
i have been presented with a formal
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ing and it is hereby announced for
: ; : that date. FORD HEADQUARTERSJ.
r't 9 Gentlemen, the time has come. Our R. ALDERMAN, Prop.

A COMPLETE LINE OF FURNITURE I opportunity is here. It is our duty to The Home of the Famous FORD MOTOR CARS, Accessories -
I do. We can't do without being there. ,Supplies and Repairs.
Every Alumnus is needed in Gaines-
I I ville on the 27th. Are you going to
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I. i.I'i. on hand no matter what the sacrifice.I'll Alachua County Abstract Company

g John "Furniture" Seagle 27th. meet you Very in Gainesville Cordially, Nov. Members of American B.Association R. Colson of, President.Title Men. Members of Florida

Association of Title Men.

_--_ ___ __ _____ __-_ ..J. RALPH President STOUTAMIRE, Alumni Assn., GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.

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Ready to Wear, Dry Goods, Notions, Curtains and LARGE WASH ROOM FREE.

_ ATHLETIC UNION SUITS, $1.25, $1.50 $1.75 $2.00

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It*. has been _rumored- .-.-". that...five or.41] Icky?Leslie's' orchestra-** There was 1( .* ;, ,f /4 ,; ) ..
six of most popular young ladies plenty of pep demonstrated and a true \

t, of Gainesville's society set have holiday spirit prevailed. I* ,,. Tonguesox .. ; '
themselves retire
agreed'among to Chaperoning the dance were Col. T

from the social;whjrlnext year in, favor -* and .Mrs, Bloxham, Ward, Mrs. J. H. -
k of the 'oncoming r sH of 3 ebu Parker,Mrs. R. W. Tanksley, Mrs J.
tants. We are exceedingly sorry to B. Brooks, Mrs. W L Denham and Mr. Our ohs !
learn this for we believe that old and Mrs. Lang. +
friends are the best friends and we o- 1
would miss our old friends :very much ..THETA CHI FALfc DANCE I '
jndeed. So think it over, again, girls Could Talk t

.'Ii> .. 0 .. .The Annual Fall Dance 'of Tau +
YOUNG LADIES ENTER- Chapter, Theta Chi Fraternity, was .

*. |TAP AT F('Kf CLI1Btrf1 r given bj)> itaT member last Friday .. .. :
T1tyel l night at the? Elks Clab in this city. .
I One of the most** social The'dance Began) at nine-thirty and t t THEY'D TELL A FAR MORE INTERESTING STORY THAN ANY WE +.
events of the- aon was 'the' dance Continued until the "wee sma' hours CIULD THINK OF. THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY FROM THE i
given Tues. eve., Nov.' 11 at the lovely of' the morning. The present cold,t TIME THEY WERE CUT FROM GENUINE CALF-SKIN UNTIL THEY +

,*, Elks' Club by the younger dancing seta spell was just beginning, making the WERE TRIMMED, FINISHED AND SENT TO ONE OF THE THREE .0
celebration of Armistice Day and night an ideal one for dancing. Asa .
itt compliment to a .umber of their result, and due to the excellent music TION'S POPOGANDA OF QUALITY. .
*college friends. rendered by the University Jazz r

A red, white and blue color scheme orchestra, there was a monderful display + BLACK, BROWN AND TAN LEATHERS IN LASTS THAT FIT THE t ;

was. carded out most, >propriatelyjn of .the U"Theta Chi" pep FOOT COMFORTABLY AND CORRECTLY, r
very detail. Flags oL.all, the Allied throughout the evening. o .

nations were in eyjdence, ., 4 The,decorations* in Theta Chi colors .: Everything Men and Boys Wear ..
During intermission tempting olive of Red and White, consisted of "- :
and pimento?sandwiches and delicious 1' ;i jpapsr! rt"bboJstre uriets, draped artistically :
fruit punchfwere .reTlshed/ 1 1 -fronr the'four: *corners of the :
Excellent music was furnished by hall to the center and from there :

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Has been photographing Gainesville folks for ten years and OOsiill. ;
2! .'1 e south*, bftterl every year. THERE'S,A/R FAs ON. II i Corner Bay and Laura ,, Jacksonville, .Fla. i

Studio on of Square. Gainesville FJorile !".
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a bell, ehaped mass.. At the end of town. The University Jazz orchestra I S ;SfiftfreSiftftfrafift! : YYY;! i''
SMART PREP'AND 1 this giow'eda' large- red and white will render the music, and they : ''

painted globe with the greek letters promise to put the same old pep into I GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO. i
Theta and Chi. Two similar globe's it as they did Saturday night.A. ;'
were to be seen on the west wall of o !fi NOTED FOR i I
COLLEGE CLOTHES the; hall on either side of a massive T. O. POP DANCE QUALITY
banner of the honoring fraternity
+ ( .flanging. from strings 'running diag- After the game last Saturday af- fl 41, West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
onally' across he'center. of the h ternoon a large number of people I
from the fotirlcortlet9! were red were invited to the A. T. O. House
f I z ki-4: /I white.',balooAsJ These were lI'I' near the University where they were I CLASS PINS-RINGS-MEDALS-TROPHIES

down during the latter part of entertained with a most delightful in., -
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a program and added much to the fun formal dance.
derived from the favors in general. The large living room with its I
Daintyprograms i in the red and fire at each end wasa
glowing. place i I YY;! YYY1! Y1! $Y1Y1! YYY1! YY1Y;
white'colorswere'an especial featureof very cheerful and comfortable spot i
the entertainment. The general and the two hours spent in 'dancing i
intermission came, at ,12:30; ,at which I passed very quickly. Excelent music I I I i
.:time. the dancers' were' given small was rendered by the University Jazz. Southern Music Co.

f1ra bags ponjtettf and, a i plentiful sup ., .
ply of paper ribbon rolls. Immediattly --; 128 '
t the halt'was a'' scene of the carnival !
i Additional EditorialSOMETHING ifi
f xF period. As the dancing started i ix !
again the pep was increased and continued = ": .:: ==: nI I
until the close of the evening's Largest Stock In the South, of Musical

enjoyment.Delicious fruit punch_ was served f That there is something ROTTEN rotten, and ,I struments,/Strings, Drummer's> t Trans I IIi

throughout the evening. Here, as in that it is not in Denmark, seems to and Sheet Music.
general,.the color scheme carried contributionfrom !
was be the salient theme of a
out. The t punch l l'was of the white a student at the University ap- I

Juice of fruits and,contained red cher, pearing in another column of this is- I
I Ties.I a sue. A,news story in this issue of the II!
'4. .. I Besides 'the usual younger society Alligator also casts some light on the
i YY; Y;! Y; ,
C: set of Gainesville there
OAUIt were pres- political situation on the campus 1
ent ,everalout-ol.town..guesis.*"' -- ----------
when it tells in frank terms the fateor =
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Qi. ; f rather lack of fate which the, pro- for that matter. While it is unfortunate the board then elects the assistant to
SNAPPY ALL-WOOL YOUNG THE SCRIPT DANCE* posed amendment to the by-laws and that there has not been complete the managership for the followingyear.

Ml 'SIF LL MODEL*so0 t ..,I" 1 t : 1) i t I, constitution of the Athletic Associa- satisfaction with the management this In practice this method has allowed
qii rn Sus I Ojto ", Plen 0f the|waS th 1 f principal tion met with in chapel meeting last year, that is besides the point and is I a certain faction on the campusto
r feature of Script Dance at the Friday mroning. This contribution, not at issue now. Morgan has done control the managership of the
.ATEST MODEL ALL WOOL 3i Elks Club last Saturday night, altho coming as it does from an honest,I the best that he,could considering the football team for three years, and unless -
HAND-TAILORED Suits, $S3 the crowd was not over large. Th'iUniversity plain-thinking observer is bound. to 1 handicaps under which he is working, some action, more pronouncedthan

Jazz orchestra furnished contain more truth than poetry. chief of which is' a lack of full authority that in chapel last Friday morn-

u- -MALLORY HATS-- some of the .peppiest'. music hear From the first few days of the present for as things stand he can be ing is taken, they wj.1l probably control
.-MANIIATTAN.SIIIRTS-j- !1 tlilst season.!! football season there has been con- little more than a figure-head or an it for the next three decades. This
] Members e f the Stetson' team were siderable dissatisfaction expressed ov. errand boy. allows a rank injustice, not only to
the guests of Messrs. Copeland and er the methods in which the team has There is, as we have said, no' needto persons, who have desired to try out
; 'j Several been managed. That, however, is to dwell at any length on the mannerof for manager, but is works a rank injustice
certain extent. There
; be; expected to a management. It is the manner of on,the University of Florida te
't few visiting girls were present. Ev* never has been, and probably never
\ electing the manager that is in 'con- as-much as the man elected as mana
Bay and Hogan Streets etyonei .:cp rdially Invited to script will be a football manager who will .
Jaeksoh vU1J 1fl *r' '" dances to,be given from time to time,, please all of the men on the squad all troversy at this time. As things stand ger of the Board of Directors of the

5 when there are no other dances i iq) the time-or even some. of the timer the manager selects his assistant and, (Continued On Page
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of the off I request of the students and -
pected thai a large quantity forward. and plans outlined to raise funds
Green, right
color fruit will be sa>ed.Vessella's I Fernandina News-Record is Association.Thus
off The
size and Gray, left guard. and build the memorial. The memor.
if the proposed
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of that city, appears
the people
in the recently begging
ial will be erected pur-
Cohen, right guard.
Band opened iU engage- I I build houses for budget system is approved by the
able to do so, to |I
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in St. Augustine on Sunday fo,-,I Subs: C. Duncan forward; C. Anderson I chased park on avenue l are i t I (Continued on Page Two)
ment February and March. [ center; G. Stanley, guard. [known as Memorial Park. rental.

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Dewey A. Dye .- Editor in Chief .2. :
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r : i : BUSINESS DEPARTMENT There-was a gang Calling Cards. NEWSSlatiODftJ. '

r 11 .J. Velma Keen, _____.. _- Business Manager GAINESVILLE DAILY ,
i W. W. Gmn--._ Assistant Business 'Manager In.a school, 9"
News Today)
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, t .John H. Carter, Jr., --Circulation Manager 1 I f .'S;

\ MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT And they tried:to .: I E. University! Avenue. Gainesville, Fl*.

\! t' 1 j. C. D. Johnson, .. 2. .. Composer .
i t 1 W. Russell King, _._.i.._..r.. ._.._...-.._:..:.. Pressman Pull everything'thru, .. ._- -:.-- -- i ig
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. I- : Entered as second class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice atI ; ,--
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I j Gainesville Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1879. A w '.
! I ? Place all communications and news items in boxes designated for that : ': .
On the job,
E r i!I purpose in Peabody and Language Halls. I PALM PARLOR"ICE
\ !: Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year. Whether they were

l Hubel aptly says, "Some people grow under responsibility; others mere- Capable

I I f r It I lly swelL" Or .'" I
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t- .*' and Classical Sheet Music. High Grade Candies.
: Thanksgiving and Home Coming all at once. Some big do in's to crowd <. Popular
I 5into? hours. Not. f" .
I twenty-four I Crane's Exclusive Stationary.BLANCHE .
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r Ii. I t: ,., : The Alachua County Fair was such a fair that it hardly gave the fellows And they kept i:::::: ... -.. ... --.;;
: Jo chance to give their books a fair deal, and some of the professors.
I -O- Right on, .
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]: It pays to advertise in the Alligator the students support the Alligator ,
advertisers. Fellows it is up to you to make an Alligator advertisement And on, pulling the old stuff, i

a paying proposition. CAFETHE
I... 0 Until it looked ; I.

I : Football warriors ywho were fortunate.. as to, make the trip to New PLACE FOR ALLIGATORS TO EAT-:

l .Orleans report that the..City on the, Gulf is full of sugar. Some of them Pretty slim !
called at sweet and still L others called it sweetie. It is all a matter of taste. -
I 0'- For everything, 9 RATES. ,

J : The movement to send six delegates to the Convention of Student Vol- .. : Near B. A. Thrasher's Law Office. !
And then t
.,unters which is to be held in Des Moines met with considerable oppositionon ..

the campus. It seemed to be the concentus of opinion. that perhaps home They tried to .i I s ..., Ask Anyone About The Blanche.
emissions should receive the prior consideration. :- '.
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Pull some more, _
.COMING HOME COMING .,.""..'.., .. .i... .1
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;. Next week and particularly; next Thursday is Home Coming for the But- .....,-""" ;; :.:::

University of Florida. It Is of extreme importance that every person con- '
nected with the University should at that time, do their part to show the There .. THE BOSTON STORE
I :.Old Grads a good time. Many of the men who will flock to the campus ,'I.r "t'i! I Next to the A. C. Passenger DepotCarries
'for this day have been out of touch with college life for many years. They Is a limit ': ,
\\1 4 I l swill probably feel a little strange and out of place mingling with the under- e' t _,
; I graduates on the campus. It is up to us, the present student body of the To elasticity. a high grade of Ladies' and Men's furnishings.-Also
'University of Florida to do our part to make them feel at home, so that 'l._( ':'.'7P i Hats, Shoes and everything in ready to wear ior Men, Women and
: they may forget their feeling of discomfort as quickly as possible. We do So, r *' Children at remarkably reasonable prices.

.owe this much to the past students of Florida for the best interests of the ", Come And Convince Yourself At
It future students.As Soon everybody

I an ancient adage has it "Things do change", and for that reason it ..r THE BOSTON STORE
!I is probable that many of the returning visitors will wish to ask questions Else
:about the University. Answer them intelligently and courteously, perhaps ". Zr'- '. '
It to the A. C. Lr
''I' ,you can give them something in the way of pride that they have never felt Got WISE, L Passenger Depot
i 'before, at any rate it is worth trying, for any new thought put into the f" T ..uAltbo
t mind of an old Florida-student may mean new students for Florida in the : "'-'" ... "": ; ----7":':' "':;:'

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Many of the fraternities and other organizations on the campus are The gang ; : "- '. f"' '" ..-iIi8ii" : .....: C --. ..
I ''planning smokers, dances and other forms of amusements for their alum- ..r fa .. .,.,PI
ni. In fact everything possible is being planned for the entertainment Didn't seem AMERICAN SHOE
of the visitors, but unless every single student and person connected with .. ". --,
I' I the' University.of Florida,enters into the spirit of the day and puts forth every To know it. .,
effort to mix with the Old Grads and in general to show that they are Phone 139.
I j ,welcome, and that we are to have them with us, the whole affair wlil be a And then the trouble i 4
farce.} Fellows !it is up to you. .

r.... ,
t ; STETSON VS. FLORIDA 114 N. West Main. Gainesville.
t i ;. When Florida and Stetson mixed on the football field last Saturday afternoon So,
the' best team won. There was little of that rough stuff and dirty me
playing which is to out in Now I think it would have beenBetter
prone crop hotly contested athletic events. The AGENT ATROOM31BUCKMAN
.entire game was played without a single penalty being imposed. For that t
j reason the Alligator is glad. The game was between strictly amateur teams
I who were playing) within the rules and regulations laid down by the powers l .
I "! that be in the S. I. A. A. The team that won should be heralded jar and To STOP, LOOK, and LISTEN, 5.:';;j--- t. =.

I I near as. the scholastic champions of the state. There is only one professional J

a \ team in the state, so the professional championship of the commonwealth Before things broke, ,......., r-r : .J
I easily goes to them. :

I Football in the colleges of this state should be played from a love of Don't you?

the game, not from a love of victory regardlss of the methods taken to gain .
I that victory. Victories fairly won are sweet harvests of honest effort, but a ; It is rumored that the firm of Bi- The University Book StoreBasement
lust for victory should not be carried so far as amount to professionalismin vins and Norton have just taken in

amateur athletics. It must be an expensive proposition to cause a man hand a new divorce case.
to leave a profitable plumbing trade to play footbalL The famous law of Language Hall

compensation must have some bearing on the matter. A Newcomb class of Heredity and
However, ,at the present time, we have no valid grounds of obpection evolution paid the Fossils a visit, and
for all that has been done is clearly wihtin the rules of college athletics in you aught to see how the girls NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND
the State of Florida, for there are no rules. Some steps should be taken to crowded areund the Cave Man. STATI02't"ERYLARGE
form some sort of a state athletic association for colleges. The high schoolsof Tulane Weekly.The ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS, FRESHMAN ,;
the state have one and 'seem to get along in the best of spirit. How aboutit CAPS, ETC.
Athletic Board? Does it not come within the province of your juris- following announcement-ad

diction to start the ball rolling Until that time it should be against the vertisement was picked up on the U. .f -- --
Ir dignity of Florida to engage in athletic contests with Southern College tinder of F. campus: Let me manicure your : '' -
some guarantee as to the professional or amateur status of hr players toe nails! Miss Raa, Beauty Specialist ', Everything. For The Students.
is made. We at least want the privilege of getting credit for our work See me at once. Office hours,

against profefssionals if we are doomed to meet that sort of teams. 7:00 to 12:00, p. m. .;;......., --.'




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HONOR SYSTEM of men have had no voice in the thing W- S. DORSEY & CO.
II THE NEW YORK RACKETFlorsheim IN' UNIVERSITY that they paid their money to support.
Fair play is all that any man can Everything in GroceriesFor

Agent for > (Continued From Page 1.) ask, so why not. combine to see that Goodnes Sake
Shoes :- to expel him from the Student Bodyof we all get a chance in managing ourown Dr'nk DORSSY'S DELICHM Coffee
the University of Florida and allow affairs? Let the best man win
said student forty-eight hours but give him a little competition always -

l within which to resign and depart so he won't lay down on the
Do Business With
',.. I from the University. Upon failure to job. R. P. TERRY.y. .
resign or depart within this time, such PHIFER STATE BANK
Popular Goods At
Popular PricesAT student shall be considered expelled, M. C. A. i

by authority delegated by special act ..

I BURKHIMS"WE of the faculty. The new "Y" handbooks, after
1 7. Should the student accused deny< months of delay, were finally received.It .
the truth and validity of said charge, is the desire of the Y. M. C. A.

he shall have the right of immediate that every student and every memberof !
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appeal to the Discipline oCmmittee of the faculty have a copy. The or- ij1flC ,
the Faculty, who shall act as a Courtof der for the handbooks was placed in ,
!Ii SELL MUSIC" iRIi Last Resort in all cases so taken July but due to the shortage of mater-

!x; before them. ial, strikes and various things, the de- fr3B1t tt I tt B..ft 99 '
8. The methods of proceedure and lay was inevitable.The .
IF YOU WANT ..;;IF YOU ARE LE Y; enforcement of Article 2, Section II, Y. M. C. A. has such athletic

x shall be the same as those outlined equipment that will afford every HOME OF GOOD PICTURES
REAL :MUSIC, PARTICULAR, !jjTe } above. dent an opportunity for some stu-I I

Section IV. Amendment. exercise every day. It is

I EDISON I 1. To affect an amendment to these the students' welfare to take exercise.I I I
rules there must be a petition to the Call at the "Y" and get a basketball, SPORTING GOODS
Student Body as a whole by the ma- football, pair of boixing glovestlvolley

$ jority of each of two classes, outlin- ball, baseball and glove, and take some i

_u_ __ u ____ ___ ___ ing the desired amendment, followedby exercise. The push ball is out every KODAKS f
a vote of two-thirds of the Student
afternoon and say, boys, its some
i.............. .............. Body in favor of such amendment. sport. There are a few fellows in ev- CUTLERY

2 Such amendment shall become ery large group of men that are phys- -_ I t

I STUDENT PRESSING CLUB effectual immediately on such adop- ically lazy and who do not exercise Baird Hardware Co.
tion and approval.The their bodies any more than they are

o "For the Students; By the Students" : above rules shall be considered compelled to. It is hoped that even Phone 7. Gainesville.SHOES ,'
.. to apply to all men taking college the best secret service man will fail
work in the University of Florida. .
to find such a man among the 580
tT Pressing' Rates 5 Pieces For
: $1.00. .
? This Honor System shall go into students on the campus. Let every-
% PRESSING DAYS: TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS AND .4 effect upon the opening of the scho- body get into the game. A campaignhas

:+ SATURDAYS lastic year 191617. been on this week in Gainesvilleto
i'A.|! Basement Science Hall. On the Campus. 4. Every student of the Universityshall help raise money to complete the H B. M. TENCH H

be considered to be upon his budget of the Y. M. C. A. At the I
t............................... honor to maintain absolute secresy as present writing it is not known just i O Gainesville 0 !,

regards any breach of this Honor how much has been raised. It is hop- ,
r, System which may come to his know- ed, however, that we will be able to t i t ,:

-- ledge. swing our budget in fine shape. E Florida. ESHOES ;
i.,11er This system was adopted, not with
the idea of excluding any student Some class to the show of "Rat" I
I from our midst, but for the purposeof
caps last Saturday p. m.
II creating an atmosphere of honor
Agent For and fairness the
around student bo- ---- ---- -
NUNNALLY'S AND WHITMAN'S CANDIES dy in order that no temptation shouldbe ,
TOMKINSON KEY FLORAL CO. left in the path of the' weak and GAINESVILLE FRUIT STORE !

thoughtless. Let eygfy'man enforcethe Fancy Fruits and Draft Beverages. Cigars, Cold Drinks and Bevo, lOc ;

OF JACKSONVILLE Honor System ,a I ,every diploma Thank You. Come Again. .
from the U. of F. .shall be not onlya
N. S. TAMB fA S, Manager.
guarantee for years of honest and
diligent work, but a mark of honor bestowed .
the holder by the most -- --
upon --- --- -- --- --- ----
worthy of his fellowmen.Let ,
CLEAN LINEN IN ABUNDANCE us look forward to the day
when the Honor System shall protect The Alachua Restaurant and Lunch RoomFOR
property from damage and make the
t University of Florida an ideal whichall
-: others shall strive to attain. LADIES AND GENTLEMENHalf

a Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot.
POLITICAL :METHODS Telephone 507. Gainesville Fla.

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ble for the association to consider this !
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substituted, as was proposed, it will
Glasses require. two weeks notice and in the
.9. meantime football season will have
Tested.- Fitted.
closed and no other men will have had
the opportunity to work out ofr this want in the line of Fancy Fruit, Groceries and Vegetables

place. Naturally there will be no
at the Lowest Prices, Call at the ,
: WE DO OUR OWN LENSE GRINDING. NO DELAY. portunity to use discretion in selecting
a man for there will be one man only
t C. H. COLES & SON : who has beein allowed to work for I Sanitary Fruit and Produce CompanyPhone

Jewelers and Opticians. Gainesville, Florida. the position. There has been a lack 87. Gainesville, Fla.
A A of interest in athletics this year, which

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quantity of the off\ Friedlander, left I| the will be perfect- shortage of seed potatoes.The )
pected thai a large forward. i raise funds I request of the students and the Alumni -
fruit will be saved. Green right j ed, and plans outlined to
< size. and off color ;f i Gray, left guard. I and build the memorial. The memorial -r- Fernandina News-Record is.. Association.

Vessella's Band opened"its engage Cohen, right guard. | will be erected in the recently purchased begging the people of that city, who Thus it appears that if the proposed t
Augustine on Sunday for J Subs: C. Duncan? forward; C. An- i park on Riverside avenue, are able to do so, to build houses for i budget system is approved by the I
ment in St. 1 "
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I t ( V7 The.Florida- Alligator fL50l- ;. ADDITIONAL EDITORIAL--- can be no worse that the present sys- _! !

, SOMETHING ROTTEN tem. It is. harder to pull the wool over HAVE YOU
i -- the eyes of the entire student body !S: Our line of Men's Half Hose? We are sure you would be interested S

(Continued From.Page *..) J than over the eyes of their agents.It 18 as we are selling some splendid values at 25c: a pair 5
,p J. W. McCollum & CO. the L. C. SMITIH JEWELER
Athletic Association does not truly is more difficult to do because of !x I

''i t DRUGGISTS represent the University proper, but is increased number of eyes. G! North Side of Square. GameSVhl1fiYi Florida,
t "The Rexall Store" Gainesville. -
a representative of a minor organization. -
1 Agents fort Hurrah for the Alligator!
t Just How It Is Done.
J. \ A in mourning-weers, witha
----.. -- In illustration an actual occurance woman DROP IN
pimento-cheese face and oleomar-
I- : .:.- .-:tr' which can be verified, will be given.
garined hair was seen crossing the
-Florida-Barber Shop- During the last few months the 1918- campus at Tulane. We have justly You'll Be Welcome Whether or Not You Decide to BuyOTTO
19 school year, after Morgan had
f FOR STUDENTS: AND labeled her "Rough-on-Medics". r
been elected to the managership of TAILOR
OTHERS Tulane Weekly. F. STOCK,
the football team for this year a student -
r West Side of Square Gainesville.
... applied to him for permission to about Cleaning Pressing
Most of to
---- -- the Freshmen are Alteration
t : F".a try out for the assistant
=- --- manager- reach the conclusion that the best Gainesville
ship. This permission curtly de- Phone 354.
1 luck any man can have is not to be
nied with the arragont statement that, born, but that seldom happens to
"I have already selected my assis- anyone.-Tulane Weekly.AN .
tant": Even a casual examination of -.=:::::
NORAH Article III Section 7, of the By-laws INSTRUCTIVE DISCUSSION .

I r. c discloses the fact that the Board is FOR JOHN MARSHALL

not only to elect the manager but

II Greeting Cards that they are also to appoint such as- Giving as one reason for the American Gainesville Furniture Co.D. .
I sisetants as are deemed necessary. : Armies'
f [ success on the Western
This ruling has been a dead letter so front the fact that they had been

I t !I r--ir=:: ------.'..,;'------"---'-' far as the past is concerned and it trained in half the regular time and ... '. .

t SANITARY BARBERSHOP appears endment that is unless the proposed am- hence did not know how to retreat D. R. COX, Proprietor. .
passed appropriate leg-
Hart Getzen in a thirty minute talk
I islation enacted, that the future holds dealing with army life in France dur- Phone 86

the same condition in store. If the ing the war, charmed the members of

f r II GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. present rules and regulations of the John Marshall Debating Society at a

.t t __-.. .-. --- -- Association are so laxly observed as to recent meeting of that organization.Mr. .
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Getzen lieutenant in the ..
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I competition ,it is time
certainly high
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authority should be taken
both in France and later in Germany.His .
\ : 'I -1 1j i from the hand of the Board of Direc- talk being replete with personal HAVE THE BEST AUTOMOBILES

l .. f SMOKERS SUPPLY CO. | railroading tors, who have allowed this method of experiences and delivered in an informal Studebaker

Ij Tampa, Florida through one favored per- manner, made his offering especially -

; j I ';.- J ,ANTONIO Y CLEOPATRA son to go on for many years, and to pleasing. It was his idea Velie
repose in the hands of the student body that ChevroletBEST
one of the
I reputed "quietest"sectors
where it
I rightly belongs until a in France was the "Hottest OF SERVICE. COME AND SEE US.
I time when the Board of Directors will place this side of Hell."

1.: give their duties the attention that
: i! For Sale at I interesting observation which
t I they rightly deserve. he brought out to good effect was the A. H. HARPER MOTOR COMPANY

t i THE COLLEGE INN The suggestion to delay action on fact that both Americans and Ger-

11- ,. f.. the vote until some method of elect- a
t ) f. -_ -_... -_ mans used churches for targets dur- .
if. """ -,,- ,-,_""" ___ .- -__!" _t ing all the student be -T
i t managers can ing the fighting but it was not be-
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; I't present proposed plan. As was they were the most prominent land- THE WHITE HOUSEOne

i i JACKSONVILLESPORTING pointed out in the letter to the Alli- marks visible, and were in the centerof of Fl&rida's Best Hotels. Given a score of 100 per cent. by the
'tK" gator no discrimination is being madein the
I !: regard to the football managership nection he'said it was interesting to
t GOODS because it is the football managership note that ;cfU tter' how badly a Hotel Commission. 50 Rooms.-American Plan.-35 Baths.

K"a but a difference exists in that the duties church migh ate shot Rates $3.00 to $5.00 per Day. Steam Heat Electric Fan and
to pieces to
n a; COMPANY are different take more time and such an ex ten tin fact as to be actually Hot Water in Every Room.S. .

'I i K"I "The Sportsman's Store" the expenses are greater. In fact, in ruins, still the crosses were un OGDEN CHADWICK, Manager..

'I the duties are so heavy that a player broken. They might be broken from East Main and Church Sts., Gainesville, Florida.

I '. 129 West Bay Street. Phone 748 manager is .practically impossible unless their stand but the cross proper was
I 0 he is
:j Jacksonville, Fla. possessed of an excellent always safe. It seems that there is
I I student assistant, for that reason, it
\ "I f J a legion prevalent among the boys
I is deired to elect who de-
------ a man can over there that the Divinity watches -
''it'I I vote his entire time to the duties of
j over his own. Mr. Getzen closed

I, j j.j j.-';{t NICK DAMATOHIGH the office. This is not true of the base- his address with an eloquent appeal
ball basketball THE CLOTHIERNUFSED
or Their
I I managers. for a square deal for the vocationalmen == ==
:It ; duties are light and it is a common in the school,and especially for

GRADE sense proposition to have a playing- those boys who were wounded or

Iqr: manager for the same reason it is,not gassed. He seemed to think, and it .'-- -- ,
TAILORING practicable ot have an assistant, hence the -
;If' was concentuous of opinion on the
.: the apparent discrimination.
: floor that a man who had worn the O.
firt Taking all things into considera-
: / Next_ door'to McCollum's Drug Store. tion it is obvious that the tendency in D. and who was once welcome at ev-
t land little better
o ery was now
; !.... ._ _- .. Phone 511. I the past has been to allow too much outcast. "Give them a welcomeand

!'; I onesided "competition" with all "outside" make them feel at home and nec-

!H!l I interference cut off. For that essary" was his principle theme at

tp.I I'llh reason it is imperative that some this point.In .

I action be taken in order that addition to the talk
the by Getzen,
,,I I; entire student body may have a John Marshall listened while the affirmative -
J 'I I voice in the election of the next man- Phl h 4'
the debate
won follownig : I I
'!"i ager or that the Board of Directorsbe Resolved: That the existing strikeof

.. !' held to a greater responsibility. To the bituminous coal miners is ad-
do this it is necessary that affirmative ,
I: verse to the law of the United States.
action be taken at ,once, and passed, Affirmative: Franklin J. A.; Vin-

otherwise the old system will prevail, ing, E. C. Neagtive: Jones, M. H.;

,I the board will elect the manager and Boynton, L. OH.MARSHALL i I

IL F perhaps will not elect the true choiceof I

I their constituents.It i SOCIETY

is of small consquence who is elected I DEBATERS ELECTED ;

I The right kind of features to have just so he has the proper qualifications -I Saturday, Nov. 8, Gray and Flem- I
the man thing necessary at ming selected from
were the contes-
are : 711ADL MARIj
in good tailoring, fashion
this time is to inject a little competition ; tants for debate, to represent the

t and fit. We furnish all three excel- in the job so that the best man Law College in their debate againstthe .

may win for his best efforts, and will "Rats" of the Arts and Science
lently as our best patrons will cheer- not win I MOST men prefer the pipe to any other form of smoking'
because his best friend
College. Carrol was selected as an 's comfort real satisfaction and
fully testify. Let us make you a before I contentment
manager him. Make this impossible alternate.
t economy in a good pipe.V D C Pipes give you this, and
sample suit in any style you prefer, by opening the managership I i The subject of debate is: Resolved more. A special seasoning process makes the genuine French

to the student body, not in theory as that the University of Florida briar bowl break in sweet and mellow. Pick a good shapeat
and we know that the we it is now, but in fact as it should be, should be co-educationaL This sub- your nearest dealer's, at your price

will give you will keep you a steady for the best interests of all concerned.It ject is a matter within the veins of

We is possible that things would then i both colleges and they promise in the WM- DEM'UTH'CO:.'NEW.VORIf
customer afterwards. are '
ever be more satisfactory all the way ar .near future to let us' know when the = WOR UD'S LAROCSTMAK C'R s Oi-_ CRINE "PIPES

< not at all high priced. ound. At least it is worth trying and I debate will be held.


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