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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily 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 27, 1919
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
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VoL V II. __ \ University_ of Florida, Gainesville, Thursday, _November 27th 1919. ___ No. 9. !

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Eitensive Plans Made for Return of Runs Some Help to Gamecocks
Old Grads and GuestsBanquetat UNIVERSITY TRAINING But of No Avail With Florida

:Noon Smoker and Danceat IN HOMES .Yp Rules for Flag Rush and Other Interference- 'Gators Work
Night. Annual Freshman- Well Together.
.. > Games on
B. G. Riley Organizer of Universityof ,
Sophomore Day to be Announced.Van
Program for Home-coming Day. Arkansas Extension Division as With the 'Gator line tearing gash

Alumni arriving at the campus In Charge of the Work at (y : j S. Huff engineering was elected es in the South Carolina line at will
M. C. A. and their backfield making the most
will registerr at the Y. University.Work .. editor-in-chief of the 1920 Semi- I.
Football be- of them the 'Gators had little trou-
10:00 a. m<- game nole at a meeting of the Junior class 'I.
tween Lawyers and Engineers. Be- of the General Extension Di-. held recently and H. W. Hughes also ble in defeating the Gamecocks last

tween halves teams representing vision of the University of Florida,i engineering was elected managing I Saturday in Columbia. The 'Gators

Buckman and Thomas halls wil hat'e co-operating with the State Collegefor editor with Bill Bivins law as busi- I!again seemed weak on end runs but '

a push ball game. Women at Tallahassee is rapidly i ness manager. Herbert Ford was I it is the opinion of Carolina supporters I

1:00 p. m.-Alumni luncheon at getting under way. The office opened, elected class football manager and '' that they have the best line seen

University Commons. Dr. Murphreeand I Oct. 1st in the former faculty room a committee composed of Freidlander this season and Carolina has playedthe
I best in the South. .
Ralph Stoutamire presiding. in Language Hall. .. c '?' P '4 Madison and Feaster was appointed -
2:00 p.m..-Business meeting in i The personnel of the division is not .i to draw up plans for the an- It was impossible for the Game- :
Y. M. C.A. rooms Attended by all cocks to gain over the line but Skin- i :
fully made up; however B. C. RileyIs rt R nual flag rush.Authority I
and membersof ; ner and Blount got for several !
students away I
alumni the business .
director; Dr. C. F. Hodge biolo- was
the present senior class. gist Miss Clara Fisher secretary of manager to select assistants from the good end runs. The Carolina aerial I '!
m.-Football game Fleming attack was not working as good as
3:00 p. correspondence study; Miss Ellen Sophomore class and it is understood
Florida led to believe it would.
field Florida vs. Oglethorpe. 'ea.iL that the other departments_ the was
Foley secretary,of.the-department of i
They three and
5:30 to 8:30 p. m.Open house ataY" general information Miss Julia Keeler staff will select their assistants from completed passes
; dropped two with clear fields each
and fraternity
the lower class also.
in charge of community service f time. Florida used three
Smoker at Y. M. C. A. passes .
8:30 p. m.- The Seminole staff makes a special
and Miss Olga Ward office secretary.Mr. .
two of which were complete. One
9:00 p. m.-Dance at new gym. All appeal for artists. Several of these
former students members of ..Riley came to Florida from the of these, from B. Anderson to C. Anderson i
alumni are needed this year and although
University of Arkansas where he or- netted the first touchdown.The .
and students are cordially -
the faculty other assistants are necessary theseare
ganized the most widely known ex-
invited. Bring very important now. Anyonewho
south. Priorto
tension division in the
Everything is set for the biggestand Gator Captain 1919. has the talent and is willing to Carolina won the toss and Wuth-
going to Arkansas Mr. Riley was
best home-coming' day that Flor- assist on the staff will see the edi- rich kicked off for Florida. Carolinawas
field organizer for the extension div-
ida has ever had. Alumni from ev- tor-in-chief at once. unable to make first down so
Indiana and helped start the JOHN MARSHALLAND
ery part of the State are planning ision of The class decided to hold the flag punted. Florida started in hittingthe

tq be on the campus and take partin work in that state being associated ,! rush at a later date although the line at once and seldom failed to

the festivities which will start ear- with J. J. Petitijohn who had charge ,I FARR LIT. advisability of having it on Thanks- gain until held for downs on Caro-

ly in the morning. Two football of the National Extension Division giving Day was discussed. At the lina's five-yard line. Goodman punted

games during the day will be of great during the war. RATS WILL DEBATE i dame time with the flag rush there and Florida again started the

interest to those visiting the Univer- Dr. Hodge formerly of Clark Uni- I will be a game of push ball which march up the field but were stoppedby

sity. The banquet will take placeat versity, and a man who is not a will be a welcome feature to the an- E. Smith who intercepted a for-

noon and last but not least the stranger to Floridians as he taught in I INTERESTING FORENSIC MEET nual Freshman-Sophomore scrap. ward pass. Carolina made three

dance in the new gym and the the summer school will have charge;I MONDAY NIGHT IN PEABODY Rules governing the flag rush tug downs in as many plays on two long

smoker at the "Y" will add to the of? community health education AUDITORIUM BAD BLOOD of war and push ball game will be end runs and a forward pass. Flor-

attractiveness of the occasion. Many (Continued On Page 5.) BETWEEN LAWYERS A DARTS announced later. ida held for downs, were in turn

fair damsels from out of town will MEN. held for downs and punted. Skinner

be her also to. add to the scene. NUMGMACLUB !made a short gain as the quarter
Secretary O'Byrne has been mak- :Triangular Tryouts Will be Held Fri- ended.

ing arrangements for the festivitiesin day Night, December 5 in Peabody Carolina carried the ball up to

the absence of President Ralph is ORGANIZED !, Auditorium Large ATTENDS MEET Florida's 19-yard line and were there J

Stoutamire who will be here for the: Number to Take Part. held for downs. Florida repeated

I!i _______ their long march up the field of the f

day.The program for the day is pub- CCOMPOSED OF MEMBERS OF !I Next Monday night at 8 o'clock the REPRESENTS UNIVERSITY AT first quarter. On the 15-yard line a

lished above and there is some dopeon SIGMA NU FRATERNITY | picked Rat teams representing the CONVENTION OF STATE UNIVERSITY pass to Crom Anderson carried the !f

the football game. The 'Gators AND ASSOCIATES. j:|Farr Literary Society and the John PRESIDENTS.Dr. ball across. Wuthrich kicked goaL l

are ready for the game and promisea ]1 I|Marshall Debating Society will meet Florida again kicked off and Caro- I,

hard fight. The line-up will be the Is Petitioning National Organization in Peabody Auditorium. Both clubs Murphree Elected to Executive lina was held within the shadow of t

same as usual. The Oglethorpe line- and Hopes to Have Charter [are urging their youthful representatives Committee of State Presidents' her goal post. Goodman punted. r

up will be as follows: Here Soon. on to greater endeavor and a Association.At Florida had carried the ball to the ,
two-yard line when the half ended.
Lemon captain center. :stirring contest is bound to ensue. -
Walton right guard. Members of the Sigma Nu Frater- The question is: Resolved that the the Tuesday chapel Dr. Mur Carolina kicked off to Florida who

Collins right guard. nity who are attending the Univer- I University of Florida should be coeducationaL -I phree spoke of the work at the con- was unable to gain so punted. Skin-

Smiley left guard. ity have organized the Nu Sigma It is hoped that all the vention of State University Presidents ,:ner took 22 yards around end Allen s

Nicholes right tackle. Club and with several associates are societies on the campus will waive held recently in Chicago and a couple through the line and a pass

Cooper left tackle. petitioning the Sigma Nu Fraternityfor their regular programs and attend of the meeting of the National Asso- netted first down. Florida held for

Reeves right end. a charter. The Sigma Nu Fra- I this joint debate. ciation of Land Grant Colleges held downs on their seven-yard line and

Chestnut, left end. : ternity is one of the leading nationalsand Fleming and Gray will representthe after the convention. Dr. Murphreewas by the time the quarter ended had

Sims quarter. if a charter is granted to the Lawyers while Hoskins and elected a member of the execu- carried it to Carolina's 27-yard line

Davenport right half. club the number of national frater- Smith will represent the Farr Lit. tive committe pi the former"'organ- by a series of line plunges.At .

Turner, left half. nities. on the campus will be raised to Triangular Tryout ization. the beginning of the third quar

Knox full back. > six. There is also one local frater- More than twenty names have been Many important features were discussed ter Carolina got possession of the
Substitutes nity here. handed in to the secretary of the De- at both of-these conventions, ball; Skinner gained 20 yards around

Morris half. Associated with the Sigma Nus in : bating Council for the triangular debate but those which seemed to strike the end but Florida held and Goodmanwas

Duffy tackle.' the Nu Sigma Clnb are Arthur Crai- tryout next Friday night, the University most were dwelt on by Dr. forced to kick. Florida kicked

Johnson Wayne guard go Harry Merchant, George Hartman fifth, and the probability is that the Murphree in his talk. and Carolina lost 15 yards. Goodman

Johnson W. C., half. Louis Tatum and H. W. Hughes. men will have to be divided into two The teaching of Sociology and Political went behind his own goal line to

McMillan, guard. .Vf: \ The members of the fraternity are groups, one debating Thursday night Science, with special training punt, Merrin rushed through and

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3 M. w J- forward &;; orgamration perfectled
1 ; of the off I\ Friedlander, left [time will be shortage of seed potatoes.
thai large quantity students the Alumni
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pected request
savedVessella's .' Green right forward. and plans outlined to raise funds '
will be
size and off color fruit j memoriaL The I The Fernandina News-Record is' Association.
'II Gray left guard. and build the memorial I i
in 'i begging the people of that city who 1 Thus it appears that if the proposed
Band opened its engagement Cohen right guard. | will be erected the recently purchased -! t
on Sunday for- Subs! : C. Duncan forward; C. Anderson park on Riverside avenue| are able to do so, to build houses forL budget system is approved by the f,
in St. Augustine I (Continued on Page Two)
I Memorial Park. rentaL
February and March. i center; G. Stanley guard. l known as

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1 '? PROF. BUCHOLTZ IN CHARGE I Dr. D.: "If'I said I felt 'poorly today -
f ) Science I. "
1 :-:.- WORK IS GRATIFIED WITH what would I mean? _
PROGRESS MADE UP H. Warlow: "You'd mean that you l
I No. 11. Lecture and Demonstration
' Lesson TO DATE were broke.-Fla. Flambeau.x :

t. : first j,aid.f "If"V r r i ___:__ 1 v _
t f' (Lesson No-12. !CLecturs and demon: i Tans House Ec.: Tell, me the;besttwajr I

I t strition; Camp \ anitajion. tWp Made to Enlarge Course For to secure pasteurized milk.1 )j- ; If .. -
latrines and j *, Ex-Service Men in Near Future.: ; --
:0 t wUlJ> laid out and Jcitchj Student: 6'Taklbeiow to the'pas- ,
Vl Government Liberal l With :
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f en pits ture, I suppose.-Fla. Flambeau.
I ; t "PRACTICAL" The Men., &K9 yoar-'round soft drink M
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I -Cesson 1o13.. f1t"'AtJ-:
I "Why is your ankle situated whereit
\ E Lesson. ,No. 14. First 'id.p < } i 'As a result of the government's is?" ;': i +'i For college men business t
\ (lies No.I5. Examination.:; plans !for' the welfare of the soldiers "Got, me." ,. ;' > 'f' ..'i -

i! ,< 1 \i tj :_-x-' JiiwList who have been injured in the late l "To keep f the calf from the 'corn." men, professional ./

II 'i' of Lessons for Military war, .a vocational training unit has: -Exchange.Apply men, men of sports-
i t I Science III. been established at,the ,University of -x-

I i I 'rn'" ---- f Florida under the I direction of I Prof. Devilment and ,baseball, football; golf,

I hessono.,18. ..Tactical! Talk.: Advance Bucholz'of? the University i faculty,I a Mosquitoecan't tennis, shooting, riding. .

Guard. vtp> |is Special,jAgen\ of tha FederalGovernment' 'I ,
I But speaking of insects, how's
: For ;
I {, Lesson No.; 19.. Map! Problem. Ad- fur the 5th District. AntFla.. Flambeau. everybody, every

I r I I vance 'Guard.' Men who are admitted to these Note-If your Devilment fails, try the where, the year 'round, ;;
I Lesson 20. War Game
jNo. ,
\ ; ; courses receive a monthly stipend new "Fly-Shot." Bevo is hale refresh
Lessons 2124. Same for Outposts.
from the government amounting to
t t ; Lessons 25-28. Same for Patrols.' in addition -x- = for wholesome -
\ I, t- 80.00 to all equipmentand "What is the connecting link between ment
I : k'' Lessons Nos. 29-32. Same for Approach There'are I I .
expenses. now I the animal and vegetable thirst-an invigorating
: Marches and Deployments. :
students enrolled in this department.The :kingdoms?" asked Prof. Blair in Bi
: .f': Lessons 33-36. Same for; Combat, greater majority of these are (ology. soft drink. Ideal for the
f I: Small Units. taking agricultural work, while 24 "Hash!" answered the class, with athlete or the man in '
r .! Lesson No. 37. Examination.
r, are given instruction in elementary
one voice.
j: 'Lessons. Nos. 38-39. Lecture and academic work J physical or mental train
reading, writing, arithmetic -Exchange.BAD .
I..It: quiz 1 on Laiison-x-for all arms. etc. The less advanced men -x- : ing-good to train on ': :

are receiving elementary training in SIGN
I List of Lessons for Military and gain on. Healthful I
5 agriculture, under a special instructor. -
Science IV.
In the spring Prof. Bucholz "Won't Miss and = '
t lesson No. 18: War Game. you marry me, Pig? appetizing. It must _
; hopes to add a course in bee-culture I've got my eye on a fine little nearby -
j' Lesson No. 19. Position in be ice cold. 1
r Readiness. to the present curriculum, and plansto home." .
I'j r Lesson No. 20. Approach March. that'end are being made. There "Oh, Mr. Hog, you must have a sty ,

I t!.. 'Lesson No. 21. War Game. will be apiaries for practical work, on your eye-cartoons! Magazine. ANHEUSER-BUSCH
Lecture and this will likely prove a profitable "Suppose I threw a kiss to you?"
f on Military Topography, by :
Colonel Ward, during drill period. ; occupation for the men. "You'd be the laziest man I ever r ST. LOUIS -
1 j ":"MILITARRY '''TOPOGRAPHY"r.esson .- The government has provided for a knew."

: No. 22. Run ''Boundary of one year course, but Prof. Bucholz -Exchange.An I

j Campus. states that it is certain that those -x- Serve it colder

r t j Lesson No. 23. Road Sketch. who apply themselves assidiously and old man going a lone highway

ig Lesson No. 24. Position Sketch.. make good,will receive further train- Came at the evening cold and gray er'u' t ; .
f t I a:! "Lesson No. 25. Position Sketch. ing. He also expresses himself as be- To a chasm vast and deep and
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1'1' t t, '. ,Lesson No. 26. Place Sketch. ing more than pleased with the qual- wide. L.
i,; ';' Lesson No. 27. War Game. ity and extent of the work already The old man crossed in the twi- .,, f.Y f.-

Ii I'f Lecture Military Field Engineering accomplished, and says that in spite. light dim, ,- / l1
;,; r. by Colonel Ward, during' drill per of the fact that the men have been The sullen stream had io\fear for

:'I I +' iod. out of school for a space of many him; 4 HJ4W : W --- ,

,I'p': ,,- Lesson No. 2Sw.:", Trenches, Nomenclature years, they are making excellent But he turned, when safe on the 1 AWYyyy.NWNSend
i and Construction. other side I
f, i progress. He says: 'The men have -
Lesson, No., 29, Trench equipment And built a bridge a bridge to ,
expressed their appreciation of the Your Live News to The Alligator OfficeDORAN'S
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I':' ': ; :, c H. C. L. IN SIBERIA student body. They feel at home, and near. ,. -; .
I!, are wasting your strength
: in the best health BICYCLE SHOPEast
& are of and spirits. with here. ,
:r : Today in Siberia, a single spool of Much credit is due to the untiring building Main Street.
I journey will end.with the ending
; : {', cotton' thread costs from two dollarsto I efforts of Prof. Bucholz, to whose efficient day I FOR BICYCLES, )MOTORCYCLES ACCESSORIESAND
twelve. When, American Red
; i the i work the success of the enter- REPAIRS
I You never again will this I
Cross arrived in Nich with the Army prise is doe. .. cross
i Food Mission, a small piece of soap way; .
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:! cost six dollars, pair of shoes fifty- :
): a A Newcomb class of Heredity and and wide,
: \j': five dollars and a man's suit of Evolution paid the Fossils a visit, Why build this bridge at even-

I :: clothes of the cheapest quality $240.i and you ought to see the girls crowd tide?" i
I' : ;' one place around the Cave Man. Tulane The builder lifted his old gray
ii, t men were billeted in the home of a I Weekly. ; head, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA: II
; once well-to-do family. The owner
I 1 "Good friend, in the 'path I've

i' ." : met them in rags, and as she drew II The tennis players are growing in come," he said, _. ._ ,
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i ;. er to", cover the spots of flesh which the -tournament is to be pulled off, A youth whose feet must pass this

t I;.t; persisted in showing through, she considerable pep will be demonstrated.It way: FORD HEADQUARTERS

I said, "At 'east my soul is clean.! This chasm that has' been as J. R. ALDERMAN, Prop.

I" has been suggested that a meet- naught to me The Home of the Famous FORD MOTOR CARS
f Historic Dates, (Suggested by the ing of the 'student body ''be held soon To that fair-haired youth may a Supplies and Repairs. Accessories -

: Tulane Weekly):- Solomon's date when a cross-questioning of "Rats"can pitfall be;

with the Queen of Sheba; Antony'sdate be held, each of them being compelled He too, must cross in the twilightdim .
with Cleopatra; The date at to recite orally various yells, -----

Phillipo; Nov. 1st, 1919,' Southern names of important officers and old Good friend, I'm building this
defeats' U. of F.' 7-0;' Nov. 16th, 18 5'1 men on the campus including football bridge for HIM." -Selected. Alachua County Abstract Company

Levi-M. Nagal born; Jan. 1st, players and dates of importance in B. R. Colson, President.

Y< M. C.' A. prohibits Chewing Gum' U. of history.. This might be madean Rumours are floating around about Members of American Association of Title .Men. Members of Florida

and starts= crusade against wife- annual event for the education of great expectations for the coming Association of Title Men.

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Thursday, November 27th 1919. I,
- Page 3. The Florida Alligator. :
THE ALUMNIAND U. C. Lofton, "Crook," Is Jn'Lerdo, room to the hazards of the watery j 1 .
THE NEW YORK RACKET Mexico, working on the life',hislory deep.; ... L Ii1 1
of the pink boll worm for the United Fritz Hatcher is principal of the
Agent forFlorsheim WHAT THEY ARE States Department of Agriculture.A. Madill High School, Madill Okla. ; I i
I Shoes G. Shands has entered the crate Not married and hasn't a chance. :
DOING business with his brother' at Green G. B. Knowles married Miss Curtis ,

i ---- Cove Springs. Pitts this fall and is living at Braden- .i -
I 14. town, where he is practicing law.
: n I '10. Neils Becker has gone to Detroit C. A. Mason was recently married 1
j E. T. Barco is major of Field Ar and is connected with the Maxwell and took his bride to Miami, wherehe
I Popular Goods At Popular PricesAT tillery. Motor Car Company.A. is entomologist with the United

'J .. O. W. Drane of Lakeland has returned P. Buie is city editor. for, the States Department of Agriculture. .
} BURKHIMS"WE to his old profession of civil Gainesville Sun, and is assistant '16.
engineering, after two years in the coach at the University. C. D. Gunn is County Demonstration t
Curtis Crom is with the Stone and
army.E. Agent for Alachua county with
E. Macy is candidate for super- Webster Corporation. headquarters in Gainesville.
j intendent of public instruction in Harold "Crane" Clayton has move L Y. Dyernforth is in Jackson ,
i iJ Brevard county. He stands a very ed up two notches in the county dem- ville, where he conduct an anylitical I
SELL MUSIC"i I good chance of election. onstration work, and is now District laboratory. f
I R. M. Seeley is city superintendentof Agent for West Florida.W. Rex Farrios is assistant principal i
schools in Tallahassee, where he L. Hill is Senator Fletcher's of the Pensacola High SchooL r
I IF YOU WANT-. .' 1 { | / > IF YOU ARE was called on account of his successin private secretary. R. A. "Pea" Green is principal of j
J !:Ii /ll'i": y; Fort Myers. Charles Martini is assistant professor the high school at Live Oak. I
: !Ii REAL MUSIC ' J' t 'PARTICULAR, Mi O. F. Burger, "Baby Burger," visited of Animal Industry at the Uni- Harvey Hall is testing engineer ;
-. !:Ii GETNEW the campus during the Citrus versity of Georgia, Athens.P. with the State Roads Department.
Seminar and renewed old acquain R. Perry is junior partner in George DuR. "Pug" Hamilton is
7k; tances. He is now a plant patholo- the recently organized law firm of with the Marines in Haiti.R. .
l gist with the Bureau of Markets at Williams and Perry at St. Augus- E. Hacrick is practicing law at F
Washington, D. C. Burger has chargeof tine. Okeechobee City.S. .
iffiEyaaHBBaaBi the entire work in his branch Tommie C. Ray was representativefrom L. Holland is prosecuting attorney ;
i within the United States. Calhoun county in the past ses- in Polk county filling the position

.1 I rt .............................: A. A. Baker, "Big'12. Bake," brotherof sion. R.of Springer the Legislature.J. is married. and running resigned.Lee vacated. by R. B. Huffaker, '11,

the present Paul, is with the Ship- an orange grove near Orlando. Johnson is in Pittsburg, Pa.,
I' STUDENT PRESSING CLUB $ ping Board and when last heard from David White is working as a civil where he is practicing law. '. :
: --. he left the States' with a cargo for engineer on the Mississippi river, repairing A. A. Lotspeich, "Daddy Lot," is ,

i i "For'the,Students. ; By the,Students" .. France. He is due on his return to jettys. in business in New Orleans. {
ri leave with a cargo for Africa.Baker Guy Wilson is selling dairy sup- Norriss McElyea is practicing law 1
, .. Pressing Rates: 5 Pieces For 100. will be remebered as a famous foot- plies for a Tampa firm and recently with Walter Payne, '17, in Miami. .
ball star in '10 and '11. placed several milking machines in H. S. Sawyer is practicing law in
! PRESSING DAYS: TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS AND .+ Chandler Bamberg is traveling for Gainesville. I I Jacksonville.R. I

.: SATURDAYS the North East Electric Company, '15. P. Terry is attending the Law
:i t: Basement Science HalL On the Campus. covering eight States. His headquarters Dick Bowers recently committed College at the University.
are in Atlanta. matrimony and moved to Mulberry, Samuel Aron Burr Wilkinson,
: ...... ,..,......................; i Dough Buie is at present tryingto where he has entered business.H. "Rowdy Bill," is principal of the

I curb the wayward spirits of Young L. DeWolf is teaching sciencein school at Gonzalez.
America in Gainesville. He is mu- the Princeton, ilL, High School.F. '17. ;
nicipal judge nad holds forth over F. Halma is assistant plant C. J. Braymer is technical service
M1x1ir'I: : the fire station.E. physiologist in the California Experi- manager of the Packard Service Sta-
;; B. Donnell is judge of the Circuit mental Station. tion at Columbus, Ohio.
1 Court, with headquarters at Sam Ham is running the College W. R. Briggs is County Demon '
: ', t .." Palm Beach.T. Inn. After some strenuous work in stration in Manatee county, with
: Agent, For D. Felton is manager of a phosphate the Navy Sam prefers the simple tea (Continued On Page 7.)
TOMKINSON KEY FLORAL CO. Roswell King has one French and
; I two American citations loom the

OF JACKSONVILLE World War. He is practicing law
-..J'e' at Jacksonville.Neil .
"Bogator" Storter was cap-
tain of the S. S. City of Philadelphiauntil
it sunk this fall, and on November -
first took command of the Ap-
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I palachee, a new 3,500 ton Shipping
! II Board vessel, which runs from a

South American port.'13.

i T: ... WE ARE READY TO RIDE C. R. Douglass, better known as
...;. '" ""*" "Piggy" was a Presbyterian
- -I, *, first. He is now at his home in Pen- < ,. #
STUDENT LAUNDRY CLUB sacola and he is preparing to sail ''Y
for China as a missionary. He sails
from Vancouver on December 4.
G. P. Garrett is associated. with
Pat Johnson, '11, as the Leading '. '
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Lee Jarrell has
H Captain not returned -
'Tested.r J I 9 Fitted. i. I
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: ., '> vage the business service with, he entered a company the sal-of :
"'- 4Ar. OWN French, American and English capi ,. ,
? talists. This will sound quite nat-

: C. H. COLES & SON : ural to those who were victims, of ..
Jarrell's high financiering when he
.Jewelers and Opticians. Gainesville. Florida used to run the Varsity Pressing

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size and off color fruit will be saved.;i Green right forward. ;Fed t and plans outlined to raise funds }: I' request of the students and the Alumni LI
Gray, left guard. |" and build the memorial The memor- {j The Fernandina News-Record is Association. .
Vessella's Band opened its engagement i Cohen, right guard. | ial will be erected in the recently purchased -1{[ begging the people of that city, who:1 Thus it appears that if the proposed ;
in St. Augustine.on Sunday fOi..j Subs: C. Duncan. forward; C. An- i park on Riverside avenue' are able to do so, to build houses for: budget system is approved by the ft'f
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Thursday X vember 1919. The Florida A11i
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!w:\ -6:Printed and published l>y: the students of the University of Florida every. ; : : i j j ; ; ;

I' .. Thursday' ,their own print shop on the campus. I I:
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- ; Dewey A. ,Dye, .. .. Editor in Chief : .
:': : Goodrich Copeland, ;Managing Editor i : "
I ,#!, ; Hi M..JriedJander,....Asst. :Man Ed. Leslie Williams, Local Ed.
i :. Randall Hunter, .Sporting Ed. Henry Fuller, _Asst-. Ath. Editor
I ;';,If' : Hi R. DeSilva, Contributing Ed. "Bivms & Norton"Exchange Eds. 1 ;

: Fl'' J. elms Keen, --. u_ Business Manager :'t

: I"(" W. W. Gunn, ..' t. Assistant. Business Manager
\ ; John H. Carter, Jr.. ______Circulation Manager
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+i i'': 4" c..D..Jobnson, Composer

I jro :: :{; W. Russell King, _.___ .. --.r. Pressman. i :

I .. I;: r 1 a> tr Entered as second class matter, 'September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at >>
I I I I!: Gainesville, Fla. under the Act of March 3d, 1879.' '1 : :
I t! :;; Place all communications and news items in boxes designated for.that
f '1'1; purpose in Peabody and Language "Halls._ !',

,f ;;I i ,Rate The Florida Alligator, $t.50 the year. '

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. { Watch your step, don't pass by the modern shop of Alligator' ad- :

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i i i t,' ; some aviditious.student gets a crack on the head with a roll in
}l h Mess Hall, and then looks around into the face of some grinning rat, just r; :
: 't because the Rat is. green: is no sure sign that he is innocent. '

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I : ,It should not be necessary for the Alligator to boost every student activity '
:i: to the skies. In many cases, a word to the wise should be sufficient. For i
t .' that reason the mere mention, of the various college debating socities should ::
I r' fend= hordes of students toward their meeting places every time they meet
i. in session, executive or otherwise. :
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1 The University of Wisconsin ;recently granted to three hundred and
j j 1 A twenty-seven members of the faculty bonuses to assist in meeting the increased : : ..

,: E: f .cost of living. The amount appropriated for this purpose was : ;
1 : -. $46,385. The bonuses ranged from ?50 to $2,000 each, with special attention
to,those whose salaries are less than $2,500. .
5: .' 'An' action similar to this would be most welcome at the Universty of
Ii I J 1 Florida. ;;
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{if: It Li with open arras that the Universtiy of Florida welcomes to the 11:
t campus ''t.ga'those Old Grads-and Alumni who saw fit to accept a general ,
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invitation to return to the scenes of their school days for a rousing HomeComing I
!.' ,:l:rl "Day of the sort that was dreamed about in the yesterdays before the
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Old schools as Yale? and Harvard.At1 rPat.alI they please about their
spirit and traditions and don't' in the them : I
; we least blame for their egotistical I I
.. propensities, we would probably feel the same way about the matter and
: would ao e little boasting on our own hook were we able to locate anything I
;''i more than dreams to laud; but they are in the making at the Biggest "Baby ,
,, Univer ty" and when they finally arrive it is going to be a day of glad,tidings : :
f and rejoicing,Just as this Home Coming Day is one of the gladdest and I
most important days 'in the annals of the institution. Never before in the '!
history of the school have the students old and new, gotten together in sucha 'n:0.' I: ,
time of thanksgiving; the world war is over and the Universty of Florida. ; :
is on tue threshold of a bigger and better future. '" ;

ft I. with a feeling of.sadness that we note several absentees from the :::: : ;
:P: alumni ester'* The last four years ,have truly been times to try the "soul
't i of men;" that quota ,of men who prepared themselves to battle the world at
the University have not escaped any more lightly than any other group of : 1
t : men. Daring: the war men from the iney campus" Florida did duty for ft
Uncle Sam in the four corners of the world, in the Arties and in the Tropics ;
j I they did r man's work, and when the battle was over they were as ready to ;
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make swords into plow shares as was any one else. But this work for Uncle
.; Sam and the worldhas; not been- performed without making several ingresses ,
; : .:: in the ranks of Old Florida's graduates. Many of our brave men made the
3 ; supreme sacrifice andstayed in France where the poppies blow "row on row,"
i f but the living are:here with 'us;-and we send up a benediction to thoSe'few
,its; who have matriculated in the school eternal for a post graduate course from
t .:.; the school oft j life, we alsoextend a'hearty' welcome to those. men who feel ;
1; the same loyalty:!or their. ;Alma Mater that..those brave men who gave their I
all, felt for their country and ours, and yours.
t The same spirit which permeated the very fiber and being of the boys ;
i' who enn/Hed in the service prompted the old grads to returm to visit us to-
day. We thank them.for their loyalty, and sincerely wish that their investment -
of Jime and money may not have been made in vain. It will be an inspiration : ;::
to have them with us, and may they-gaia as much in renewed vigor
and a new outlook upon life as we will in their presence their visit will then ;; :::
: be an investment to be repeated, with gain, from year to year as time passes.
In this connection it might be timely to note the suggestion that the '
Staff.of the Alligator is ofthe opinion that
it would be well for the:athletic .. -
"authorities"; "the executive' committees 'of.:the'Universty' to hold:: a-joint .: [ :
,session and determine Jf it is.possible, on some set day and date when the
University of Florida. ;can have azTannualiHome: Coming naYland alio"haTeaertain
I football|wmto pla4e 2rt tSat date'in order that interest and:rivalry
pjy come with tbe I M $ :
yews m,, Jr" )
f jj The rext or fix ordTnarfly would mean bu *Ettle in tnflife
I |span of t school but during the plastic years of an institution they mayiPMan
much more that in prossaic times. ;
I, ;Pj It might be well for the President of the student body to appoint, a com- ;
;I Sttee composed pf faculty,men.,representative men from the)various classes
?5npil :' set group of rules, in the form 'of suggestionsrhich} public policy ; :
;wfll enforce, for the governing of student action on the campus. Something ( '
t h tlW& uallYlcrow :' ;: jmtoJtraditiona., certain,air ofidis'SCHOOL. I ,
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Thursday, November 27th, 1919.
Page 5. The Florida Alligator.
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the people of the commonwealth sup ..e........................... 4..... ... ....'..... ...
SOCIAL porting them. r \ t '
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"To disseminate educational ad- .
vantages, the far-seeing and generous .
TRIBBLE-FUTCH WEDDING members of the last legislature established -V--.s t -, a.--- --- --'- 80YGEk t 3 i;
the General Extension Di- : ;(... -,
Henry R. Tribble and Miss Helen vision as the machinery for this : If tlie + : 1 '
't ff JfOazl;.; g' yQ :
work. .
Futch, of Lake City, were marriedon Doctor Murphree and the faculty ,.: t, .a: .
November twentieth. realize there is longer -- 1 ; .
no any .. 1
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"Rat" Tribble was a graduate in room for a university practicing an lIP'" .,**!' .
and is a member of Florida intellectual exclusiveness and '"' "h. .
1917, Up- Tongues 71
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silon chapter of S. A. E. His many da's university is one of the : ,
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friends wish the couple "beaucoup" the South to pass to a broader, more
happiness. democratic service for all people. We I:. .
o recognize that an education is no ofOurSnoesCoula
COMING SOCIAL EVENTS. longer for delight and ornament, it f i
must develop the student's abilities
During the past week social activi- and enable him to do his task bet-

ties among collegians have not been ter. Consequently, education for cul- i TalkTHEY'D L. > i
very noticeable. This is probably due ture and practicability will be com- .
to the fact that quite a number of interesting bined in giving courses by corres- .4.
social events are scheduledto pondence study. t> I
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take place. the latter part of this "We believe that all boys and girlsin .

week. Florida regardless of where they TELL A FAR MORE: INTERESTING STORY THAN ANY WE .
Beginning with the big Pan Helen- may live, should have equa1 opportun- > COULD THINK OF. '''THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY FROM THE .
tic dance scheduled to take place in ities for training with the sons of the TIME THEY WERE CUT FROM GENUINE CALF-SKIN UNTIL THEY + s

the Gym Thursday evening, there more wealthy, and everything will be 4; WERE TRIMMED, FINISHED AND SENT TO ONE OF THE THREE .
It a continuous round of merry events done to seek out those who desire 4 PORTER STORES TO BECOME PART OF THIS GREAT ORGANIZA- + .
for the remainder of the week. more training and to assist them. TION'S POPOGANDA OF QUALITY. ,
All university students, alumni, The situation must be met as it ex- + .
faculty members, and visitors are in- ists, and high school work for stu- B .
tited and urged to attend the "doins" dents who live in rural communitiesand
the small towns will be given. Col-
tt gym Thursday night. On the
main floor of the building. The University lege courses, paralleling as far as + I
that Men and Wear ; !,
Everything Boys / < :
Jazz will perform for all who possible the work in residence, will + :
wish to dance, while in the basementa be offered and a number of short .
smoker will be in progress. practical courses will be given to : :

Next on the program of social activities those who wish to take work which t

will be a dance given by the will help them to advance in vocationor .
Stray Greeks to the upperclassmenof trade, and reading courses for bu- L

the fraternities on the campus. sy persons on the farm and in the ;; i

Our stray Greeks have been organ- shop, affice and home have been ISJacksonville I I

ized for several weeks and have been planned. .
planning on showing their friends a "An effort will be made to reach Corner Bay and Laura Fla. :
big time. special groups. Among the first i ;

The A T. O. Fraternity have issued things we shall do will be to give review i i
invitations to a dance which will courses in many of the subjects .
.be held in the Elks Club Saturday required for state certificates, so thata ................................................

evening. The affair is looked forwardto student may be prepared through .s

with much pleasure.A home study to procure a teacher's them most effective in rryin-on R!: !: !: !: !: !: !fiYi! !fiYifi Yifi ;
certificate or raise the grade of the I
large number of boys have reported i I IR
work within the state. The great [ .
one already procured. A special
"dates from out of town". x
of recreation in Florida will
course in the methods of teaching ag- problem I x
GENERAL EXTENSION riculture should also be of great assistance not be overlooked, because it has not L a

WORK ,IS BEGUN to all rural teachers."In only a tremendous socializing influence NOTED FOR QUALITY m i
addition to correspondence study but also a great economic val- fi DIAMONDS, FINE JEWELRY, CHINAWARE, x

.*- (Continued From Page 1.) work, where a group os fifteen or ue in this state. R GLASSWARE AND SILVERWARE !
which I! will be carried on largely thru more students make application, ex- "These are just examples of the 41, West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
.the schools of the state. Dr. Hodge tension classes will be organized in things we may be able to do. It''!'I! I

organize flub women and teachers many of the courses given for high should be made clear that it is not CLASS PINS-RINGS-MEDALS-TROPHIESfiwarafiffiffiHSfiHiffiraffiffiffiffiffififfiraffitf
into Civic Biology and Nature school credit. Classes in Americanization the purpose of the General Extension'| 15 x

.Study'classes and will ;introduce these will also be organized. Division to overlap or duplicate any 1 Y;!: !fifi! !fifi !fifi! !
the done state or
of work by existing
studies into the schools in order & "It will be the purpose of the Gen-
-acquaint people with the:.methods, of eral Extension Division to dissemi- government agencies, but it will be !
I controlling! and avoiding preventable nate useful information of all kinds our purpose to carry on an education-
! diseases. not only through corespondence stu- a Iprogram. which will supplement

; :Miss Fisher, a graduate of the Un- dy but in many other ways. Sincewe 'andjten4,to make permanent the
iversity of North Dakota and formerly represent the Colleges of Law,I i work they are doing. 1 Southern Music Co.

in charge of correspondence workat Education, Arts and Sciences, and "Then, too, no attempt will be I

Kansas university, will act as the i Engineering, it is expected that we made to take the place of existing 28 ADAMS STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
secr: "'ary.,for the correspondence stp- I shall be able to give real service thru community organizations, but we
dy :partment.In: our department of General Informa- shall try ot get these various 4' !
speaking of this work, Mr. Riley. tion. Through this work it will be I cies in communities together o Qi Largest Stock In the South of Musical In- !
problems and in turn try to
said: j"Education, our purpose to answer all kinds of I I
particularly college education questions on any subject, either thru communities to localize on certain I struments Strings Drummer's Traps
questions which confront us as a ,
itself the
so tremendously justified the departments at university or l
during the war that the world by putting the inquirer in touch with state. x r' and Sheet Music
now has, an appreciation of its value such government boards and bureausas "'Florida First' is our slogan and x
never known before. A college edu-: may be able to take care of the it promises to be adopted by manyof x! '-

cation was almost a condition of pre- problem in hand. the most influential organizationsin MAIL ORDERS SENT SAME DAY AS RECEIVED
ferment" n;the army, not by any rea- "Miss Foley, who is a graduate of the state. In addition to tourists, I I
son of sentiment or prejudice in favor the University of Missouri and who j Florida needs home builders more
fiY1Yifififi !fi
of colleges, but because the men has had considerable experience, will than anything else at this time. Consequently -
they had turned out made better than have charge of this department. Un- we must strive for a per-

those who had not enjoyed their ad- der Miss Foley's direction, among manent population and an all-year- ................................
vantages. This was even more pro- other things the bureau of. public I round prosperity. To get these we '
industries visual instruction will i must make Florida the best place .
nounced|in the subsidiary lectures and t
and organizations that made the military be found. Through these bureaus it I I in which\ to live. It is our purpose to i The Florida
arm"effective and this condi- is planned to cooperate with other I assist all agencies in the endeavorto i Alligator 1 i

tion will remain. universities and have them circulate::1 make 'Florida First 'in health and

"This appreciation of the government slides and films on a 'get acquaint. education, first in agriculture and re- .
and private industries of an edu- ed' program in an effort to interest creation and first in trade and commerce k. .
cated man is responsible for the large home builders throughout the north i and we want the alumni and .
increase in enrollment in our schools I and west in the tremendous natural i students of Florida to help us becomea : :

and colleges. But as we are living: advantages of Florida. most effective and efficient Divi-
in a democracy, why confine these "A department of community ser- sion." :
necessary educational advantages to vice will be in charge of Miss Keeler .
that small fortunate and well quali- a graduate of the Kansas Agricul- .
fied group of boys and girls who can tural college. Through this depart- W- S. DORSEY & CO. For the Students, Rate: $1.50 the year. 4.

attend college? The desire to get increased ment, it is hoped that the division Everything in GroceriesFor :
training has percolated to every may be able to correlate the workof
grade of high school in the state the different government boards Goodness Sake .
and our colleges must try to serve all and bureaus in such a way as to make Dr'nk DORSSY'S DELICHM Coffee 4.............+..S+.++.+.


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pected thai a large quantity of the off I Friedlander, left forward. 1 I time the organization will be perfect- shortage of seed potatoes. f Staden' AcTfvrfy Fee Of.G.50, ,
size and off color fruit will be saved.'; Green right forward. i j 1 ed, and plans outlined to raise funds I request of the students and the Alumni .
: Gray, left guard. Vessella's Band opened"its engage- } Cohen, right guard. i 1 j will be erected in the recently purchased begging the people of that city, who i Thus it appears that if the proposed ";
ment in St. Augustine.on' Sunday tot i Subs: C. Duncan,. forward; C. Anderson i park on Riverside avenue, are able to do so, to build houses for: budget system is approved by the
February and March. 1 1J center; G. Stanley, guard. j i I l known as Memorial Park. I l rental. l (Continued on Page Two) f


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'i L -- .. high and has made Florida a value
., 4 Never played
; squad.
< ; would TODAY'S GAMES year
It seems that most everyone
GOODS !I but has made a great ,
: l +SPORTING school football
I be glad for another game between i' here. Brewster, 185, g
j jI' i 'and'Florida to off this Alabama vs. Mississippi Aggies at showing since coming
_.._ Southern come 175 substi- Second year. He is great mainstaJ
White Springs
j F 4 I I season. Birmingham. tute center. First year on squad, and in the line, and smears up pIaYI1rht j ja
.- Columbia vs. Brown at New York. consistency that is indeed ,
: \ 1- first-class understudy annoyin
l has been a
t :; Florida vs. Oglethorpe at Gaines- to the opposing team.P. .
: f : t CUTLERY ville. Tootie.' Baker Sutherland, 205
I ,. r I HIGGIXBOTHAM BROS.On W. Gunn Marianna, 155 substi- tads
Tech. Alabama at
Georgia vs. Was out third year. Bake is undoubtedlyof
; tute half. Second year.
your way to the University Atlanta.Ga. with injured shoulder the best tackles in the South &n4
: first of season
iI i Baird Hardware Co. Univ. TS. Clemson at Athens. at deserves all-Southern honors. Florist
DRINKS and GROCERIESi but has made a good showing
\ ,r II. Kentucky vs. Tennessee at Lekington. never has had and can never expect
Phone 7. Gainesville. since recovery.
: !J ; .. Lincoln. Connell, Orlando 200 guard. Sec- to have another tackle who can equal}

I i f# ;ilJ 1 t Nebraska North Carolina vs. Syracuse vs.'r'trginia at at ond year. He is one of the most for- Big Bake.
I I 'midable forwards ever seen in the Goldsby, Fort 3Iyers, 185, tacH

I 1 '::1 -BOYS Chapel HilLPennsylvania 'Gator line. Punts in absence of C. Fourth year. Jack is a great mail.
1p: I: Every room ought get a, good live daily. Subscribe for THE vs.' Cornell at Phila-i Anderson. stay in the line and is the moral
I I' t ATLANTA GEORGIA. and SUNDAY AMERICAN. Contains a delphia. Clemens Plant City, 160, end. of the team. He is a fit nmnuijmate

; cracker-jack sporting section. Delivered 20c. per week. Pittsburg vs. Penn State at Pitts-: Third year on team. Shown up well for Baker, and what has beet

: ': P. H. GILLEN Agent. Room 41, Buckman Hall burg. f .1 this year. Is very hard tackler, and said of the former can well apply fa

t I ,> South Carolina vs.; The Citadel at good on breaking up end runs and the latter. .
: !i ::. Columbia. (* goes down fast on passes. Perry, Gainesville 215, center.
1 t Tulane vs. Louisana State at New is the
t r i i Sparkman, captain, Tampa 165, Second year.TooUe" mat
Orleans. 'half. Fourth year. Jim is one of who made ail-American Day of Ge r-.

t : :' THE THOMAS COMPANY Vanderbilt vs. Univ. of the South the old regulars having been in game gia holler for calf rope. No better
at Nashville. : for many years. He is famous for center ever passed a football to the

l i :I I COME IN AND SEE US FOR BASE BALL FOOTBALL i iI I[his side step and twist. As a ground backs than "Tootie." His name it

I i -TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTING GOODS. gainer no better ever wore the Orange Gator and will remain so for years tj

I( ,, .. i WITH THE PLAYERSThe i iI| and Blue. We will hate to see : a household word on the lipe of every

t .. I I I him make his last appearance. I come.
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Alligator is only attempting to First year. Played with G. 31. A. Has I First year. Fast and hits the line

r J publish at this time a short resumeof run the team as quarter like a vet- hard and is a deadly tackle. Good

t 'I' Shoes that Wear the work accomplished by mem- j i eran and promises with a little more prospect for next year.

bers of the team for the year. The experience to become one of the bestin 3Ierrin, Plant City 160 fulL First
UNITED SHOE STORE cuts are few but within the next two the game. Has that attribute year. Plunging fullback and hits the

i '''I months we hope to have new cuts which is outstanding quality of a line hard. Is the deadliest tackle on

4 made and will give the team a more,' good quarter a cool head in tight the squad. We are banking on Jim
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f places. a spotin year.Jeremaissen
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-- ; -. ---- 1 '--- the opposing team he hammers it )Miami 165, substi-
I Coach Buser came from Wisconsinin long and hard.Swanson tute end and half. First year. Next

i :" UNCLE MOSES I 1917. He was captain of his team i! Gainesville 165, substi- ,year promises to make Florida a valuable .

l m in 1913 and was on the ail-American ; tute end and .quarter. First year. end. .; .L

}tlt.+L line-up for two years. I' Bobbie has made good in several Yancy Plant City 140. substitute

P RELIABLE PAWN SHOP 3IONEY TO LOAN ON Assist Coach A. P. Buie played'with games this year and promises to follow end. One of the fatest men on squad

I' DIAMONDS WATCHES GUNS PISTOLS i Florida in 1910 1911, 1912 and in the footsteps of his brothers, and with a little more weight will

I CLOTHING SHOES HATS, ETC. 1913. One of the best ends that Florida -]Joe and Frank.C. make as good a man as is on the

,. ii ever had. All-State end for three Anderson Palatka 155, half. '

N I ;j 110112v.. UNION ST. GAINESVILLE FLA. years. I First year. Played with Green Uni- team.Wilson, Bartow 160, half. Thirdyear.
Assistant Coach George Sparkman. versity School and G. M. A. This Consistent cool
1!: Full Line of Musical Instruments and
; Strings .
E ; Played with Auburn and was an all- man is the find of the season. When headed and dependable tackle. i!

k t" : ;. ,. Southern man for two years. called on to carry the ball he has seldom Wiggins Bartow, 165, substitute]
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-; ;c: ---.r : ;::0-. : : Trainer MarshalL
asked for
: r' : failed to make a substantial half. First year. An excellent punt!
I > some dope on himself. Bob refused, I gain. He is a ten second man and ereill make a regular berth next'
jtt AT ST. PETERSBURG i saying that no one except the mem- with a little more experience will year. j

I' bers of the team would know anything give some one a race for all-Southern Ford Tampa 185 tackle. First!
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:I t :.. You will find only most ample, varied and reasonably priced acco- about him. However Bob is a '
honors. Of Florida's 160 points he Showed well in
+It': ir raodatfons -There is no lack of room -But all those other features +:trainer year. up games play-
of experience and everyone I is officially credited with 60. ed. Is promising material. j
i+I !"., that attract the vacationist: I has heard of Bob's work with the Thomas Gainesville 178, end. Sec- J
I Delightful climate; fine golf yachting and motoring facilities -- I IU
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,i team this year, and every man in j ond year. Uncanny ability to catch ------ ----
{dit\\ best bathing and fishing; all manner of out- oor sports and recreations = Florida appreciates his efforts. I
forward and his deadly tack-
!I- ;. daily open-air concerts-in short, entertainment and hospitality I passes
Warner Tampa 175, substitute
ling has made his name feared by all
i! rto exceed all your anticipations awaits you. Wire us for information tackle and full. First year. First- opposing teams.C. II LILIENBLUMBICYCLES :
: and secure: our city and
: county booklets.
class utility man. Will make regular DeVane Plant City 170, substi-

_- _- BOARD OF TRADE- I'berth on team next year. tute line. Second. year. Conscien-
i St. Petersburg, Florida. Norton Tampa, 190, guard, second cious
worker plays the
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} i'i'L the season began. Left to right:First row-Sparkman, Capt.. -IcKey, Swanson C. Anderson Thomas. Olsen DeVane .Cobb. Wnthrich senhouse. Second did not play after

I i .'Axelson' Webb Coleman, Carlton Gunn Connell, -F. DeVane Clemons, .Cox. ThIrd Row: Boule, Asst. Coach *Bunne, Gray Tolbert, Norton, .Millican, -MeIlor.row. Walker-McKilIap.

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-Thursday---=== Page 7. The Florida Alligator. ; ,


Claude Oglive is principal of the
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Sanford SchooLA
3 rs --- High !
A Green is acting as office boyin Loose leaf books and supplies ;

PHOTOGRAPHSSure (Continued From Page 3.) his father's law office in Ocala. PEPPER PRINTING COMPANY I

want the best. Vansikel's headquarters at Palmetto. Lacy :Mahon is practicing law in Phone 136. :
you work has
I been awarded first I Paul Collins is running an orange Jacksonville.W. ;
prize every time and every place it has been exhibited. .Studio at Haines City.R. -- -- -- ,f
on grove
side of : P. Jernigan is in Cuba at the ;i it
I south square. Gainesville Fla. J. Dagg is general line sales- I

J -' -.......-'-/ --. '.: '_rGAINESVILLE :-..:: """ .. .-.,,. man of the Goodyear Tire and Rub- Central Stuart acting as sugar chem- SHOESH
--- ber Company at Carsonville Mich.H. ist.F.
R. Edwards is at Melborne. lIe
L. Dozier is with the United
=---- -- -- is the head of the soil survey for the B. M. TENCH H- :
States Department of Agriculture t
Isham-Randolph Engineering Com-
Department of Entomology at Columbia
FRUIT STORE S. C. Otto Manacke is in the cattle busi- O Gainesville, 0
W. B. Henderson is with the Texas
Fancy Fruits and Draft Beverages. Cigars Cold Drinks and Bevo, lOc I Oil Company at Houston Texas and ness at Brooksville.
Frank Merrin
Thank You. Come Again.N. is making good. County Demonstration was recently Agentfor appointed E Florida. ESHOES

S. TAMP AS, Manager. Ira McAlpin is teaching school in Pasco county with headquartersat
Tallahassee.C. I
Dade City.
Wfl "Parson" is
Long teaching W. E. Stone is in the sweet potato -
agriculture in the Trenton school.C. .
weevil eradication work at Mac-
M. Mann is in business in Jack-
clenny Fla.
sonville.P. 19. Y1fi! Yi! Yfi! :
The Alachua Restaurant and Lunch Room R. McMullen is farming at ,I W
Archie Robertson is at Harvard
K. Pancoast is running a large taking a post-graduate course. I j
Tom Palmer awarded ,
I. was recently
the Rhodes Scholarship and will j Siffi 9i
W. D. Payne is practicing law in :
leave the United States for Englandthe 4ctr'
Miami.T. II.
first of December.
a Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot. R. Robinson is teaching in
Charlie Smith is at Yale taking a .ffiW
Hillsboro High SchooLH.
post-graduate work in chemistry.P. I.
Telephone 507. Gainesville Fla.
L. Thompson is practicing law
D. is where he
'I Camp at Ingliss, '
in Pensacola.
., is in the lumber business with the
.4 Jim Tillman is County Demonstration a
Camp Company.
Agent in DeSoto county.
Ralph Crosby is farming at Pa-
Paul Vetter is with the firm of I Iy
atka. ;
Baldwin and Vetter
of Jacksonville.
Ralph Stoutamire is teaching atan
IF THERE IS ANYTHINGYou They have offices in the Law Ex- iffW
Agricultural High School at Ab-I
change Building. eyville, Ala. !I s

want in the line of Fancy Fruit, Groceries and Vege- 18. B. F. Whitner is farming at San- ffiW
U. U. Beville is in the construc- ;

tables at the Lowest Prices, Call at the tion work in Fort Myers. ford.Maurice Hellar is in Cuba. We ffiI II

in Gunby Tampa.Gibbons is practicing law wonder why? ; I

Sanitary Fruit and Produce CompanyPhone Clarence B. Maloney was injured Road Hugh Department.McCallum is with the State

87. Gainesville, Fla. in an aeroplane accident and is in !Ii

the U. S. G. Hospital at Osteen, N. C. !IiI

G. R. "Jew" in
Bailey is the office FLORIDA'S SCHEDULE

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r ; I I II'Igl' VIII it I In I l i iII First game-Georgia- A. & M., :n :::::;::;.:.' !!fi:

Gainesville; score 33-2 (Florida.)

II Second game-Mercer, Gainesville; ..
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IIII score 48-0 (Florida.) :: f fYi

II _2Ihll I i il Third gam6 Georgia Tampa; ...
.J .,..:r I j1i score, 14-0 (Georgia.) .. I r;

Fourth Southern, St. Petersburg .", I
game- _
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lO. P ; ; score 7-0. (Southern.) :;

:;!' II I I illllllliIl ll llII Fifth game-Tulane, New Orleans;
II 6n' score 14-2 ( )
Illll r game-Stetson, ;
''i I 11 r ( I I I I I 'ill'I I I I I FIU't' l l score 64-0, (Florida.) fi! WE SELL x
;1 Seventh game-South Carolina Co, y; y;
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;i; I I i I II li i l i' l lII I I lumbia 13-0. (Florida.) y; Latest Models AU Wool Suits,
it score
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II 11 i P t I I II r.. ; Total-Florida, 160; Opponents 37. : $35.00.
,II I lil I g "Society Brand" Fall Suits, Y;
Ihp' I I I I I I it itp I ifi and Overcoats

!lllJiID, p II',pII II i I ADDITIONAL SOCIAL CALENDAR Sfi 15.00 to $60.00.Bay .
roll'"I'' I III j y; y;
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I'j. II uled to take place this week is a -C'6 /
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1 iI': I I HIII I White House. This is to be given by j Mi !
f IIIyr I r i I ,I I II the members of the Pi Kappa Alpha m and Hogan Streets

I Fraternity in honor of their visiting I I Jacksonville Fla. !:
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11'1 MERICA is fast becoming a pipe smoking country. Every st.."."< '

realizing the comfort, the satis- Ii
.I j JLJL year more and more men are I

': m faction, and the economy of the pipe. And by natural selection I Ii !i

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i more and_ more men are smoking W D Pipes. "

'I 1-- chance. It is because W D C Pipes offer the utmost in pipe value. 4y RM'

Honest French briar, seasoned by our own special process make I!I I: 0 y7r

'i i.. W D C Pipes break in sweet and mellow. Coupled with that is a : I,: r

,: self-governed body of pipe makers whose sole object is to fashion 1111111,1 I ,;

pipes which are without peers in all the world. And it has been :I Iij, ,:

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that large quantity of the off Ii Friedlander left forwnrd.yGreen jtf{ the organization will be perfect shortage of seed potatoes. 1' of'$6:50: at t e .

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

Vessella's Band opened-its engage I Cohen right guard. I ial will be erected in the recently purchased begging the people of that city who:'' it appears that if the proposed t '

ment in St. Augustine on Sunday 'I Subs: C. Duncan forward; C. Anderson i; park on Riverside avenue, are able to do so, to build houses for'i budget system is approved by the '
February and March. fO..j'I center; G. Stanley guard. | known as Memorial Park. rental. ''i (Continued on Page Two)

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. J ",1 ----- I II I- : THIEFl."f' .-r Do ,Business With > :
; The Florida Alligator, ?L50 yearly.I! men will be competing. .' ) STOPS "
It, VOCATIONAL CLUB There was surely a lot of enthusiasm Slumbell). PHIFER STATE BANK
\ "F"is (Ignatz
that first meeting. The -
, this
r There was a- careless rat-at
much and will make
! t J. W. McCollum & Co.: Previous meetings of this societywere every coveted man very work harder than be ever place -
in organizing, his face.
3 spent chiefly: He said a.Soph was fat-to
DRUGGISTS Gainesville. drawing and accepting the monstitu- did before. The foot-ball season is He thought that he could fight SEE A. J. VIDALV
t JtThe Bexall Store" not yet over and it is thought that a
tion and by-laws for the club. Last And he boasted of his might,
: Agents forLIGGETS live and enjoyable number of good basket ball men will For Drugs, Stationary, Toll
Thursday night a did it rightinhis
f and NORRIS CANDIES. But they say they Articles, Candies, Souvenir
+ program was carried on. Mr. C. T. be released when it is over case. S
t. be Cards, Waterman'sPens.
Link gave a very interesting talk on Manager Madison wishes it to

i t :h=: X ... :' ti "'Social Advantages of a Club.** Mr. clearly understood that practice will And this is what it takes-to subdue ..J I
I .i J. C. Brown recited a poem, "Sem- be as follows: Tuesday and Friday there's a difference that it makesin -
I + i -Florida Barber Shop-. pier Infedelis," which referred to the afternoons at 4:00 o'clock; on Wed- his view, ..

I f i FOR STUDENTS: AND "cooties" the boy at the front always nesdays and Thursdays at 7:30 in the After some took a crack, 1.
OTHERS bad associated The most these will be regular Money to loan at a
i as pets. evening; prac- The imprint of the whack
t s West Side of Square. Gainesville. amusing and laughable part told by tices. Was a spot on his back-of Red hue. RELIABLE PAWN SHOP ,.
\ t ( : .,-:_ -: Mr. C. Meyer about a "Gob's Lifein The basket ball schedule is incom- 102, W. Main St., N.

I the Navy, in Gob's Language, bya plete at present. There are two Now* this rat is sweet, kindgood A full line of umsical instrument!*

j -- Gob." games with Stetson University now and true; .

I f PICTURES and PICfURE-FPUES Much enthusiasm and pep was and it is hoped that a full and peppy Vice as you could 'find thru and --- -
I' gained by those present. The club schedule will be arranged at an ear- thru. -

; cordially invites all vocational stu- ly date. Sure he sings all the time, '
I 1 NORAHORTON dents to attend our meetings. He knows what is a crime. Kodak Finishing

ES. Let's get acquainted! DR. MURPHREE He would give his last dime-to that I i W. L. :McALEXANDER
I 1 No. 7 Buckman Hall
'Greeting Cards ATTENDS: MEET crew.

: T There[ new-woo-so they ,
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____ ___........,-_-----.ABo---_.._- i Continued From Page 1.) in citizenship, is being given at manyof Who from his wife he ran-'til one
Joe Dalton, R. W. Blacklock, G. W.
day. "
i the leading schools over the coun- = ';. .i." ""
f :SANITARY 'BARBERSHOP Milam, G. C. Alderman and Rondo try and this course was very favor- She kept him subdued. -

I Hatton. ably brought to the attention of the Never in happy mood, CIGARS, CIGARETTES, PIPES .
: I The organization is petitioning the students. Another matter of discus- He cursed the day that he wooed- t. and TOBACCO
I r I national fraternity at its convention I -Peanuts-
sion was the increased pay of college H
i i GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA I in December and hopes, if granted a professors and the creation of an "Well Rastus, I hear you are working -I Moseley's Corner
charter to be in full
swing shortly t
-;; ;;::: emergency fund by the State for any- are you
1+ ; ..'. r after the beginning of the second thing that might come up in the engaged in?" CZ::: :::::. r -""

l ---....... :;::.-- .-- semester. course of the college year. This fund Tse done be engaged- in di min-
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would be welcome here as many ing business, sab."
things arise which it would remedy. "What kind of mining are you -

SMOKERS SUPPLY CO. LIT. RATS WILL DEBATE Other matters of great ,moment doing-gold, silver, or diamond?"

Tampa, Florida I were discussed but owing to the Tse doin' calcimining, sah." fnc f/leat'J(3
11 (Continued From Page 1.) shortness of time Dr. Murphree was i
ANTONIO Y CLEOPATRA and one Friday night. Considerable
unable to tell the men about them.
SAN LOUIS CIGARSFor : interest has been shown, especially ,

in the Law College, and it looks as GAMECOCK FEATHERS FLY ..AllaAIDal -i.
I if Florida's best along debating lineswill II MOLNAR'SDINING
; Sale at I be out for the battle royal next

THE COLLEGE INN week. The tryout will be held in \ \ ROOM HOME OF GOOD PICTURES

: Peabody Auditorium and every seat (Continued From Page 2.) ij I

I ; s ;- ,-" :-! -;; r should be filled as each candidate will blocked the punt, and Baker fell on
j(1 put everything he has into his speech the bal for Florida's second touch-

and an interesting time is promised.TRY down. After a few plays the game ,

Swanson._ LE __S :> B.' SmithJaker
GOODS Be Welcome Whether: or Not You Decide to Buy
students of the engineering .___.-- LT _Goodman ..
Vuthrich ..:... LG _H. Thomas ;
COMPANY college have made a very progressivemove. OTTO F. STOCK, TAILOR
Perry C E. Smith _
Monday evening there was a
The Sportsman's Store" mass meeting of all engineers for the Connell_ RG Lightsey Alteration Cleaning' Pressing
Goldsby_ RT Waite
purpose of considering the establish-
I' t 129 West Bay Street. Phone 748 ment of a student chapter of the Thomas._ RE .BrockingtonC) Phone 354. Gainesville.Gainesville .

.I: Jacksonville, Fla. American Association of Engineerson B.Anderson..,., Q _Timmons Ii
;. this campus. SparkmanC)> RH BlountC.
.Anderson. LH ,
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: The American Association of En-
I 1 t Merrin._ FB __ ._Allen
1 F'' gineers a national society combining -
'" NICK D \MATO all of the engineer professions.It Substitutions Wilson for Sparkman -
I\\ : ,_ was established in 1915 and has up Stanley for Merrin, Jerrimaison -
: :' to date 10,000 members, including for C. Anderson, Sparkman for Furniture Co.
HIGH GRADE Wilson, Merrin for Stanley, C. Anderson -
the: most renowned engineers of the
j I'I ... ". country. In substance, the object of for Jerimaison.

,f. .1, TAILORING the association is, "To raise the Carolina Marion for Lightsey, ,
standards of ethics of the engineering Lightsey for Marion, Seaburn for ; : ',
i : D. R. COX Proprietor.
Blount, Epps for Seaburn. -"r. ,
.t Next door to McCollum's Drug Store.Phone profession, to foster a brotherly
spirit, and to promote the economicand Referee, Edgerton, (Davidson.) Phone 86
,: 511. social welfare of the engineer." Umpire, R. L. Osborne, (Carolina.)
I'rI r- Headlinesman, L. C. Osborne,
the mass meeting after all details -
H of the A. A. E. had been explained -

and questions satisfied, fifty-
S. F. did the salt shaker ,
five men filed application for student "Why ? 1
I' membership and paid their annual H. H."Why?"
> S. .-"He saw the lemon THE WHITE HOUSE
fee in advance. These names, with squeezer :
the: fees, have been forwarded to and the egg beater, and the opium One of Florida's Best Hotels.. Given a score of 100 per cen by th| I

headquarters in the form of a petition eater, and the potato smasher, so bethought MEMBER AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATIONState
it time to shaker.
; for charter.
Hotel Commission. 50 Rooms.-American Plan.35 Baths.
The charter will probably be granted -Exchange.A "
: Rates $3.00 to $5.00 per Day. Steam Heat, Electric Fan and
within a few weeks and another
active institution will take its placeon full-fledged boycott is in effect Hot Water in Every Room.S. .

the campus.ENTHUSIASM. against the clothing houses in Tam OGDEN CHADWICK, Manager.East .

pa in an effort to reduce the cost of Main and Church Sts., Gainesville, Florida.
f j'- J1W SHOWN clothes. Now, if we can stop the I <

IN BASKET BALL PRACTICEA hens from laying ninety cent eggs
The right kind of features to havein
and the cows from giving ninety cent
good tailoring are fabric, fashion cloud of basket ball material is butter (sure I know cows, don't give

e and fit. We furnish, all three excellently looming up on the horizan of the butter, but you get the idea) as dusky -
4. University. In fact, this cloud has Nave says, "We'el be settin' put- !
: as our best patrons will cheerfully BURNETT == THE CLOTHIER
I already settled over. A group of thir ty." ==

testify. Let us make you a ty-five, or more, men were at the Don't believe this is the proper so- .
gymnasium last Friday when the lution the condition all in fact **" .
to at
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prefer .
sample suit, in any style you ,...
first practice was held. This gang believe it is going to hurt everybody ------- -.," "
and we know that the satisfaction we will be under Professor Beck, aa old concerned, and yet I can't forget .Dw i

1 will give you will keep you a steady basket ball star, who intends to whip that invoice I saw a few weeks ago NURSED
,I into shape to show the fans some hot selling shoes to a Tampa merchantfor
customer ever afterwards. We are stuff. It is thought that before the '5.50 and he sacrificied them to

not at all high priced. Varsity Five is selected, fully sixty the public at $16. -Echo.
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