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

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The 'Florida Alli ator r



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SFSELF WITH IrS CONSTITUTION late The appearance Alligator Staff of this regrets first the issue I GATOR SCRIMMAGES[ INDICATIVE OF

but due to general, disorganization -


it r.as been unable to go to pressas

-- early! as it had been planned.

Adopted Men and I ast is Here Year Reprinted by: Universit at Re-) NEWS i OF INTEREST -, future However there, it is will hoped be no that delay in the in BENTON ENGINEERS Great Student Spirit Body Being and Shown Football by Squad-Both

IS quest A STUDENT of Secrete BODY White FROM THE M1LITAR r : delivering Saturday morning the college of each paper week.C. by. ---NOW\ OUT ON THEJR First Nine.Games with Newberry October s

S. HALL, vr.,
ACIMIE; j jThe
Is by rtudrnt-5 and for Students and

f Every man is Asked to Know it as HVGIEN DEPT.y -
he Docs his Lessons. Major Ward has sent in a reqisltion Benton Engineers hold their:! With Old StandbYs Still on

: for the ammunition as follow first meeting, for oil men only, last Hand. Florida has Nothing to Fear

PREAMBLE .__. .... .mm. stokes mortars, 37 mm gun, machh EXPLAINED BYAJTHORITE3 Monday night. Plans for welcoming From Her Southern Adversaries.The .

,-.-- runs, signal rockets, calcium flare : Freshmen into the society next

Wo the students of the Universityof nd tracer bullet.: Vlonda:-. ai d mean : of making the oraniatr.on football season has opened at

florida. in order to forward the It is Hi i intent'on to have at lea ; l livelier, rrcr2 useful and -l-,rida with a mighty rush.

variou activities of student life, and, one problem: in actual: combat acne nor at'rativwere' di cussed J* The trumpet was sounded several

in order: to promote a more wide !in night attack at which tin *lTTda H-'s Bfen Granted S*0,030.:) ws decided to throw more pep into 1''ays ago by Coach Kline and the call!

spread interest in the same, and. in tracer bullets will be used. For This Work and Student ar" this year's session by presenting : ; answered by a regular army of

in order to develop a greater and finer I ...Entering into it1 WholeIIeartedlyeJeral s ;arately each evening some te finical .i t year's reliables and new men.
ourselves do Records: from tho adiutant genera! Sit C3 then all sorts of
spirit among hereby :' subject, current events and material have
adopt and establish this constitution. I office show the star dines of the I ? Department cf Hygiene and as the condition of lord noruch / ambled forth in battle scarred armor.

O. T. C. teams as follows in the n Physical Edu-at'on. mayor Big *
"uns. little '
j :\\Iae wney: and some light and amus- 'uns", fast "uns/

i CONSTITUTION. summer.ticnal team rifle match held the pa l- Al'r..-* W. Swset. D'rs'"or. "nj ballet of skittish! skit by talented and slow "un," are struggling for supremacy -

itertainers. for the coveted positions:
ARTICLE ONE. The University of Florida was re- Dr. M. H. DePass, Physician to the Series of lantern silesnd : and indications ,
point to a phenominai
iroving pictures will be
it Na* e-::Th2 nameof this orgar.ization resented on the Camp Jackson R. 0 University. occas- season of gridiron achievements.All .
T. C. Team. Dr. R (!. :Manchester.: Director onally presented. Some evenings the
hall ba "Ths Student Body As- of the 63 odd
'?hysical Education. S: gineers hope to conduct a class in men are veritable
so""aton:: of the University of Florida. Standing Team Scor nrsis gluttons when it comes to tackling.
Mr. W. J. Kline Diretor of Major : appreciation the music: being
.' 1. U. S. Infantry 33 plunging and
Ubieties. furnished by a male quartet. Va- bucking. Every county -
ARTICLE TWO. 2 U. S. Navy. 33C in the
I. r '' y, :ntr-restnj:: instructive seems to have sent a
3 U. S. Marines 33C What the Departr-c-nt Is: variety; ,
Objects: Tho objects and purposes The department of hyjien0 has .vill; be the aim of the society thisV son to help make the Gator machine
1 Mass i Civilians 32
shad be Theprorrot
of this organization : ar. and the able more formidable than ever. "On to
been included in the curricul'm of program commit-
7 Camp Kearney R. 0.PC. .
> of athletics publicationsof Georgia," and "Lookout "
n ; Southern
t?' h"ad-'d ,
315 j the University:; of Florida for theC"1h1in by the safe, but classy,
tie .tadsnt: body; debating; higher I Joy Watkins, can sure: provide it. according to unofficial dope, are the
s'hclrstic s.ndards; enterLairmentsof .2 Camp Custer R. O.. Attention of inspiring cries of the warriors as they
Engineering Freshen
cd national value an' T.. C. 31: dash and hammer
u general ; !is called to the fact that away each after-
such other activities: the student 17! Camp JacksonR. every
:: as C > iti.vnlot .
: ginear is a member of the society ptatw)
O. T. C. 310:
'Coi.tL cod on page seven.'* 34 Camp Devens R. O. n good standing, as all society feesv
re collated! the CROFTON HEADS
. by auditor on en-
T. C. 307.
rERBfiE[; FORD NEW\ 46 Ft. Ethan Allen R. O. ance. The! Benton Engineering Society -

i: a great thing for those whoa
SENIOR PRESIDENTWinfield 52 Camp Humphrey I, e really interested in engineering

R. O. T. C. 297. airs end th value of the training: :

'; o erg in pullic speaking fs almost .
(Note-Possible was 3600)) 6 V
: n'al ulalb.: Besides, it is also
Leader of Sophomores, While teams competed.By 9 go-
Solee is Elected Junior PresidentIn '.f;' to endeavor to cater to the low
College Student is
Weeks Class Elections. a recent decision of the comp rcws thi.; year to the advantage of Leader of
n.!. All Frrensic Artists for the Coming
troller those men who were commissioned Engineers ar.
The corr.bined Senior classes held from training camps are en cordially advised and ir.vited to.: turn
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their first mc-stinj Tuesday night, and titled to mileage from the camps to uui next; \lonay night, and to continue The Debating Council
of the Uni-
elected the following officers, other (Continued on page four.' BU1.cr. to tu n out. I veristy held its first meeting of the
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business beir g postponed until a year on
t later date: NEW\ PLANS FORMILITARY purpose of ?ivirg to the student the week. The Thursday first business of the present

P.esident-Herbert Ford. necessary medical attention, instruc.on c. PFIEFFER ANDfflVEITSTOLE fore the body to come be-
the '
:. and recreation that he requires. was effecting of an
Vie President- Walace
I DEPT. It is absolutely federal in characer. organization. To this end, L. C.

The government appropriation \{ D Crofton, of the Law College, was

chosen president, and L. D. Williams
ADD INTEREST (Continued on page six)
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Cicser Coordination Between Theory :Meeting of Student: Eody Resulted in

r nd Practice-Competition and Progressiveness GRANTED CHARTER Election of Leaders and Rousing
Cheer Practice.At .

The Professor of Military: Science
The Musical
Honorary Fraternity
and Tactics announces: that in arranging a rousing and peppy meeting
">f Gamma Lambda, formerly the ,
I : the drill schedule for this:: >f the student body held Thursday
Lyre Club, is a new organization on
IJ there are three features which 'i ght in the
year gymnasium, Charles
J the campus. Last year the Lyre dab

II' uave been given especial prominence.First wishing to exter.d its connections and Phiffer, 21, College! of Engineering,
closer co-ordination! betweenthe
a 'isefulnes. petitioned: the national fra- : was elected cheer leader for the ensuing I
theoretical and the practice work.
I'I'I ;
of Gamma Lambda whim
rnity ,
year. Bill Bivens
This is to be accomplished by passing : 22, College
-va organized at the University of
from the class room where the student of Law, was unanimously chcsen assistant. -
Anderson and SwnnsonSecretary Nebraska in 1915, and received a
I ; has recited on the theoretical; : The newly elected "pep
charter at the end of last term. '
to the drill where the r
:subject ground immediately took
E. Huff. charge and
-Van C>ntinued on pa e four.)
:rreasurcr-John Almond same things atout which he recited -- ably assisted by Frank Spain, the Anderson and l\hJrJon.
will be put into actual practice.Thisruns aToztie"
lonor ReprCsentativeIcCo throughout the year, both in ym shortly began to vibrate under of the College of Agriculture .'
.tbbard. close and extended order drill: and in k h3 lusty cheering of over two hun selected vice-president. M. Stein will

The Sophomores held their first all the work that will be done during 'Ired and fifty students Leaflets con- be the Secretary, and Caison, of the

'ass meeting last Tuesday night for the year. ta'ning the cheers were given out in teachers' college, will handle the finances -

'3 of organization. Thest Second, the competitive spirit will order that the new mne might study while Leisher, of the Engineers -
purpose i will
be maintained! by the be
carrying publicity
and most important business to sp over them in their leisure moments.I! In the line man.
't of competition between companiesinto constructive
'me up was the election of officers: Considering: the fact the business,
that :
every detail of military activity.The I. the meet- secretary was instructed to
. : the open
r coming
.. year. marks received en daily recita- j 'ng was hastily arranged the attendance correspondence with the other col-
J. A. Winfield. one of the strongest leges
( ? the Fre-hmen contingent which tion, on tests, daily drills and monthly was by no means discouraging. sociation the Triangular Debating As

examinations will be credited to Fellows, let's namely the University
everyone turn out for South of
(Continued on page six.) (Continued on fire.) Carolina and the
page those University
.: Perry, "pep" meetings in the future. (Continued of

on page tuo.)

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si tent gainers
Tulane doomed :: .
i returned. Stanley, Jeremaisson .
FLORIDA BARBER SHOP Gator Scrimages Ihdicative of Fuller all F. A. A. men are again i.-3."' c'F ... .

For Students and Others Victorious Football Season I with us. and all are looking forwardto : Cr 4 4 ,

Shaves .20 Haircuts .35 se ing these men in action.: Jerry -)

ContinuEd from First page.) and Stanley have imroved wonderful'y G. L. V
'V*-;t Side Square Gainesville. will be : 4
: in their line plunging, {

t, ..... JOCXX'OOXt noon. If the bucking board, cOuld valuable assets. Both showed the i {hcecllk :1 :
talk, it would beg to be released from fans real football last year, and wher f _S f
S. DORSEY CO. such a precarious position, for the they get started nothing can sto, 4- .
linemen are rushing it with fierce- .
Everything in GroceriesFor them. ;
Nothing definite has been obtained 0

Goodness: Sake Drink ress.New equipment has arrived and about the new material, but all look 4 !

DORSF.;Y'S DELIGHT, COFFEE practically every man has some sort more promising than any ever seen .

t__ of a uniform. Manager Gunn has of practice on FlemingField. .
........- I I been on the job from the start, always at the. start By next week those showing .N "..4)... ........ ,

SPORTING GOODS accomplishing something that genuine ability will be at the front. \
will benefit the men. .

Coach Kline, who will pilot the des- Norton and GunnFlorida's
tinies of the 'Gators this year, hardly

-, .KODAKSn.'CUTLERY r.eeds any introduction by this time.
{ : He is a product of the West: full 0: .f ,
: athletic ability that has shown marked i

results since he started to coachin Violin Mandolin. and Guitar StringsALSO ;
Nebraska and Illinois. While at I

Baird Hardware Co.H 0; college he was a member of the University ;

of Illinois eleven, whch: 'tore I
Phone 7. Gainesv le up' things in those days. At Nebraska I

WeJyan he coached seven years
:nd out of the seven, he captured five 4 Violin Supplies Now Carried in Stock 1

straight times premier honors of the i I
State. With such a record Coach
El'ARTMENTSHOE Kin e comes welcomed to Florida, for I
h2: hs lost none of the ingenuity ELMLIE

which helped him in other years. His

a man that commands respect and I .
SHINE PARLOR the men know that each will have to

fight his r"darndest" and tl.cn some
schedule is as follows)] :
if a berth is to be obtained. -
Chesnut'sShoe October. 9 Newberry College at
Paul Baker the 'Gator's !leader, is
looking better than ever, and woe to
October 16 Rollins College)] at

Store the Cake's"man 200 who pounds bucks of iron.against He is"Big almost Gainesville. I The Phifer State Bank
October 23 Southern college at
sure of a place on the "AllSouthern" I
; SHOES Gainesville.
this year. October 30-Mercer University at Strong Safe and Accommodating
: Satisfaction: Guaranteed Jim Merrin last year's fullback,
Valdo-ta, Ga.November .
,E; South Side Square who gained: such a "rep" at blocking 6-Tulane at Tampa.

.......... .. punts, is again on the job, and his November 13-University of Geor-
line plunging is sure to feature this
gia, at Athens, Go.
sea:on. Crom Anderson, fleet foot- r
November 20-Stetson at Gaines
See..Vidal Drug CompanyFor ed halfback and B. Anderson, quarter [
back, both of last year's varsity, ville. Students Pressing Club
Drug: *, Stati mary, Toilet November 25J-Oglethorpe at Columbus -
w:11: soon be electrifying the crowds
Articles Candies I I with their spectacular runs. Loomis., Ga.FIUEXDS i
Souvenir Cards, Waterman's Pens.SANITARY "For Students by Students"
qusrterback of the 1917 team, will ,
fight it out with B. Anderson for I
JI1 3f f 'he generalship. Norton is back look- HUNTED REGRET TO LEARNOF Work Guaranteed,
BARBERSHOP ing as great as ever and is sure to : I

give someone a run for a position. Returning students who were her' give pieces for One Dollar

I Tolbert, Ford, Gunn, Rosenhouse, B. in recent years will regret to learnof I

Carlton, Milliken and Coleman; the illness of Miss\ Lena Hunter: Basement Science Hall I
who is now in Asheville, North Caro I
Gainesville, - Florida.In scrubs of the seasons past, will be I
lina. Miss Hunter was for a r/um-
seen in action; while Carlton, the
Graham Hotel ber of years connected wth the accounting \- _J
Lawyers star backfield man is out to
department of the University
show some real class and none will be of Florida, was an active workerin :)@- \

disappointed when they see him cut church and social activities and one
J; J. S. Bodi ord loose.: Several old men have at last of Florida's most loyal "'Gators.'" _
Through her gentle manner and
succumbed to the football fever, and
Modes of the Moment
genial disposition she the g I
can be seen on the gridiron fightingas won respect %

& Company they alone can do. Driggers, and admiration of cores of friends A505 Franklin Street Tampa, Florida

Mahannah, Grey, Todd, Chaires, who will wish her an early restoration $ g
Drug-glist Brown and Wesson, are among this I to health and also success and happiness Hats-----Clothing-----Furnishings

bunch. W. Gunn one of the most con- I throughout the future. ,>>- OO OO ,. OO E ""tP


A .Martin Glass "
Philip Miller



,,, Welcomes the University boys back again, .


We are downtown headquarters for the boys and also the University Bank

and Filling Station, We have a phone for your use, and are agents for'

1 WHITMANS A"D JtnnattJ( ;; CandiesCrown's

Original Log Cabin Tomlinson
Key Floral Co., and make

I i; The Coldest Cold Drinks and the best Ice Cream IN TOWNPAGE -

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rnLTtIREE TI. Y..f"a'f' ., ALLIGATOR

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I1 I ._t lam. Locomotive
While In Jacksonville DEBATERS 1920ORGANIZATION ..= Rah! R' h Rah Gator Gator Gator!

GO TO 0 .'::.7.. Sis Sis Sis! Boom Boom Boom Bah!
-XTfr&i Florida! Florida! Florida: !
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''t. cJ o dCho I I ('' tinned from: first prge) -. :.. --:
: : RrrrrrBoom! Wah-ha!
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Tennossee, as we'l as with the Louisiana i.--.. ,,.
il ilttl Whoo rah! Florida! Rah-rah-re!
tn1Jrotqfrs State Unver--ity. with whom a
separate debate will be held. ThP .,:) ':iV.: .x: :r- Team
i'if question for the d -bate will be se- Gator!
._--..-- ....... .=-- .-. ....:- ._.-.__..- ..-..-......-=. -lli--- leted soon. Florida's represenativr -itV-i'- ....---
?VGash ::1 teams will be chosen before the Gator Gator Gator.
r Christrras holidays.The :.:._ .' Rah Rah Rah! Rah Rah Rah! Rah
t I Debating Council 1.3:; one of the '
: '_ Rah Rah Team Team Team
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newer, but. one of the most important :
W _R. $OPER'S I of the student activities and it i iI is ,..'..:",;",:.-.,-" Rah-Ki-Ho

I hoped that the entire student body : :.;: Rah-Ki-Ho! Ho-Ki-Rah!
will render their! strongest sjpport. :
and Carry GroceryGet -- ;.t''i"_ Whoop! Whoop
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Acouianted With Your Neighbor :: Balla Kneck Kneck!
You Might Like Him. -[..? \.:' Halla Balla Kneck Kneck! _

505 East Main Street South - Gainesville, Florida.j Ni3k Damat: : .' ;{: TT-EE-AA-MM! Team Team Team!
;;r.; "F!"
..... .. ...s..1."i- Three
.. "Best Tailor! in Town"
: = .t ';;'. FFF LLL 000 RRR III DDD AAA!
C--- --- -fl--- I& U Glad to see you back Boys, 4, .:t.Florida! Florida; Florida! Team!
Don't forget your old T ailcr, :: Say What!
THE MEN'S STOREW I ...:. '.. ;
I I Cleaning, ,.. .. ::L: First Squad SAY!
... :: -'j:, Second Squad: SAY WHAT?
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M. Johnson Clearwater, Fla Pressing, '
"". ;:;T First Squad: THAT'SVHAT

: -'f "' First Squad: THAT'S WHAT.
I Next to :McCollum Drug StoreI :. :. : :
hone 5.1- :.:: THEY ALL SAY!
< :. s': Second Squad: WHAT"S WHAT

L== J ==::: == ::::- ...- ,:., '.:'.,'._:;::I THEY ALL SAY'!
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Hail Florida
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fix xx NORAHORTON '" (By W. R. Frazier

I Tarr Furniture Co Inc. IY1 jjj TIES '::-.: :.': Florida's men are marching on again

Tampa, Fla. W ART and GIFT SHOP. .Y' -_ : '. to victory,
x Maker of PICTURE FltAM :. .' '{ The Orange and Blue unfiurled
_.; 'jl. ;. ,
I SALES AGENTS FOR xx !:.".: ': ': above our heads will wave,

.xx Berkej-and Gay furniture Globe \Vernicke Sectional Book tfH Lyric Theatre ;!:\ :=.; ; For we'll help our boys along with our

Vocalion Pathe Kit- tf Saturday The Human Cley. :-::.....:.;..:<.-d: ;.:..:':- cheers and with our song),
Aeolian Phonographs Napanee
And we'll stick by every one of our,
inffi 1C chin Cabinets, Belding Hall Refrigerators, Aerolux Porch tfa llondayThe Spirit of Good. :::"\.; '. -'-'" "Eleven Braves."

Shades, Premo-eclipse Gas Ranges, Domestic Science firele g'fi Tuesday-Sheny Star Cast. Special AH '-'. :;:; And at last when the victory is over,

5 Cookstoves, Robinson Rodgers "Restwell" Bedding, Office tf ..: >ff'): When the team has proven loyal,

3 uiniture.floor Coverings, Draperies China and Glassware y ,ednesdayThe Gift Supreme. ..:..-.:} ..' : staunch and true,

i Win,>o\v Shades, Awnings.B1ache. % Thursday-A. Woman's Busi .. We'll hear old Georgia mourn to their

y ness. :.. .. :' good old cracker home,
: $ c Friday Darling Mine "Olive : .:.....: Wondering how the "Gators slipped

Thomas." .' ,... .'.. ...'.... them something new.

'................................. Matinee - .10 and .25 '; Chorus:

Evening - .15 and .20 ..__: ,.. Hail, we'll all hail Florida,
Continuous Performance from ..". For she's rolling up the score today,
: 3:30 tO 11:00p.m. ; !: Cheer her and back her boys,
.., ;. : "', Through every single play.
: Cafe ::: z-=:: ... _" .
: 1 : ;"' '\ (Rah-Rah-Rah!)

:: Remember Where You Got Those Famous Meals 1 : < -.: Cheer boys for victory,

: Meal Tickets Reasonable 4 :. ... ::' And let the locomotive tell

+ 4 .' "k. For the team of sweat and brawn

< '.-''-. By those yells will "Carry On" -
) And old Georgia'll think she stepped
....+.... .. ..V .......... from earth to Hell.

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j; Can you dine; in comfort. The best of food and the best of Service at all times with prices much lower than you would expect for the I

service rendered. Special rates to collegians. t
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s' East Main Street,just off the square. y

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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR I News of Interest From : -

j Military Dept. cf U. Our desire is to do ,hst we ('%serve our
community in good clothes. We price our ,
merchandise 23 low as we can we're-wifl-
EDITORIAL DEPAETME'THerbert 'Costisued from First page.) i Ing to take a inallar margin os profit In
G. Ford ___------ Editor in Chief E I order to help. I
C. Stuart Hal, Jr., .Managing Editor : the first duty station at the rate of

David W. Scene ._.._._...__ Assistant Managing Editor :.: seven cents a mile over the ahortsst I
Arthur N. So lee Athletic EditarSociety gal travelled route The claim for I Hundreds of
Green J. H. Vandergrift _. P..eD+r..en
I| this mileage: must be submitted on s
Eiehard Knight Edit+!r i! necessary evidence attached. The ev- ;

;, id-enee in this case would be two copies i Good Looking Dependable Suits!
BUSINESS DEPARTMENTHerbert | of tie trael order, and in the case I Ii
M. FriexflaaderMaurice __ Bnsisess Malinger i! of officers who have been discharged: !| '

: Stdn.- JUs't. Business MLae- evidence that they were commission-1 t For Men, Young Men Younger Men and Bo ,
Alex. White __ Circuamag"'T ;
I ed officers during tie war. that they : .

MECHANICAL DEPARTMENTM. I I actually camps graduated and were from commissioned these training j J Jj You get lots of advice these days about, the ter* l r!

B. Knight -. _- Fer.B81 j therefrom iI j ways to save in clothes. We've been in the cloth; ,
Press ar
B. O. Smith
--- i Inc business for good
I a many years--we only know
mil- t
---- 1 who taking
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Entered as sec nd class mat ter, Septesaber 28, 1912 at the post- j:! itary science will form at 1100; 2..1 j I of one sure way, and that way is to get clothes that

offiee at Gsinesvifie, Fla. under the Act of March 3d, 1879. n. on Tuesdays and Thursdays and a- i have high quality. Yoy pay very little more to get

Place aH csznnmnieatkms and news items in boxes designated for that \ 12:69 noon on Saturdays. All stu it, and when you do get it you don't have to spend ,

purpose in Peabody and Language Hafls. dents who are not taking xailita-j I Ij any money on clothes for a long time. Hart Scbaff \

j j science who are required to drill: wit i ner Marx and Wolf Bro. Special Clothes are made

Rate:-The Florida Alligator, 11-50 the year. i i be 11:06 formed a. m.at on noon Thursdays on Tuesdays, and, a a right--ail wool, fine tailoring, best style. Fall goods

noon on Saturdays. Any student having are ready now. ,
Hewdy! E\ery Freshman every; LAST DATES FOR a conflict with these hours mus Fall Hats Fall hoes Fall Shirts
old man of the University of Floi RECEIVING COPT I scisnc _
see the professor of military .
ida. Let's shake hands and get a:- I
and tactics and make suitable ar
q?ainted. The Alligator extends ;a The Alligator columns is open to I

most bearty welcome to each and eVery all interesting news and joke, 6ndae I rangements.Until further notice the forma Wolf Brothers
one of you rejoicing in the good are anxious to have th copy ,! .
ticn will be without arms.ScheduleInstruction
fortune that allows us the doubl: late of each week are as follows:
old friend Tuesday and Weduesday SOS Franklin Street Tampa
pleasure of meeting our Monday. and Drill Flora
again and of making new ones. Er afternoons of each week all copy toe >> ""
Tues. Oct. 5. }1. S. IV. Inf. Drill """--
ery or e of us, will take great pride in -. inserted mst rearh us not tiler Regulations.
the fact that the term of 1920-21 will ban Wednesday afterroon 4:00 :
M. S. II. Inf. Drill Regulations.
prove, without a doubt, to be a banner .*ck>rk. These dates will be kept,
M. S. I Inf. Drill Regulations.
year in the history of the Baby ind a'l parties are urged to co-op- M. S. III. Instructors. EBEENLHF E [ & CROSBY COMPANY"Noted Y
University of the South. So let's all rate with us in making this a banker -
Lecture: Military courtesy and
join hands: at the start and pull to- year. discipline. For Quality"
gather for a "Greater Florida."

Thurs. Oct. ;. Test.Nomenclature Diamonds, Fine Jewelry, China Cut Glass and

Neither Senator Harding nor Governor An aereplane that can be used rifle. Military cour- Silverware
Cox is a college graduate but either zt a monoplane or biplane hasbeen tesy and saluting.

one of them is expected to receive designed by a French autamo- 401 West Bay Street Jacksonville, feuds
bile builder. 5turdey Oct. 9. M. S. III. Inf.
from the electoral college
a degree Drill Regulations.M. Selection Psckf gvs Sent on Request
Tribune. -
An inventor has combined a lead S. IV. Inf. Drill Regulations. I. Class Pins--Rings---:Medals: --,Trophies
School of the soldier. Close order.
pencil and fountain pen in a deviceno ,
Fellows, let's take to heart what larger than the ordinary fo.ra of -
our President, Dr. Murphree, told ui the latter.
last Tuesday at chapel regarding haz-;- GAMMALAMBDA.Catiaced .
itg. Old men, remember the pledge Government railways in South AUTO SUPPLIES! AND ACCESSORIES

you signed upon registering and obey Afria will be electrified for lOt; ( from first pagai

not only the letter but likewise the miles, power being obtained frcm th- I. Goodyear and
spirit! of the regulation. Beltingand Victoria Falls. AjaxTires
other forms of horse-play have This fraternty is for band men

had tradition as their only justification Four packn plants will be builtin >rJy, and its primary purpose is ta and Tubes

but modern universities have Alaska for refrigerating, storingand reward real musical ability and the
>'her: quaKtk-a which help make the SAVESERVESATISFYGainesville
long sir.ce discarded such customs. shipping reindeer meat to the
Certain duties are required of new U: iced States. j ucceszful band man, and to inc:eas:e Auto
to gtt-to-gther spirit band Supply Company
men and there are likewise certain among
rules laid down which they should When two hydroelectric projects in members, and hence, the efficiency of

obey. But true men are sportsmen Italy] are completed they will effect the band. The men of each year wh ..
enough to perform such duties with- h. caving of about 1,000,000 metm show worthiness of the ideals of the JOHNSON'S
So Freshiren. fraternity will be admitted. Th'sis PHARMACY
out hazing. cooperate tons of coal a year.
the in a real honor and something for 1
with _old men keeping up
-the worthy traditions of our Uni The point of ;a new gas heated soldering the new band men to work for. Th- :Medicines: Stationary, Toilet and Rubber Goods

versity. Keep in mind that next Fall iron can be set at a number 0: i man who wears a Gamma Lambs: : tte Guarantee Persons Attention to Prescriptions. Only Purest

you, too, will be upper-classmen: and I 1 I angles from its handle without affect- pin must have shown the kind of Drugs Used Lowest Prices, Quality Considered.

will expect the co-operation of the incoming ing its temperautre. ability that counts for a good deal in Gainesville, Florida.

!. Freshmen.The I life. .
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State colleges are all well un- ; g to cultivate a world wide demand
der way for the season and without : for seal meat which i; canned and AG. CLUB. I 1 DROP IN

an exception they are filled to capacity -1 exported by the country. -
this winter. In most cases these -An
interesting and
I A vacuum cup at the end of a program : several OTTO F.
have been enlarged or will be soon I extemporaneous talks featured STOCK
and still! the demand is greater than I spring arm to be mounted along the he first Ag. Club meeting of
tone arm has ben invented for removing -
that State
the supply, showing our the year. The program served to ac-
is filling up rapidly with a desirable records from phonographs. qua'nt: the new men with the activities Tailor

element: .-Florida Times-Union. it Hollow : and aims cf the club. Mr
concrete posts filled with
Driggers was unable to
give his address
1. said to t-anit the -
1.j loads have b.eui Alteration
: The College Spirit of any school is i invented by a Belgian engineer toserve of welcome but his place was Cleaning Pressing!
1 faetors for Ii ably filled by Mr. W. G. Wells who Phone II
one of the greatest speeding al mine timbers. 35-t -
up or retarding the progress of I presided. Mr. B. W. Ames spoke on Gainesville.American .
that institution. A Student Body last years social activities; Mr. L. D.

with the old spirit and pep" tkat I REST IS RIGHT. Williams on the Debating Outlookand t ;1-
will hold up its traditions handed I Lured by the promises of the brilliant : I Mr. June Gunn on Athletics. -
down from former years and continue recruiting signs in the Army'snew i These talks were short interesting rfJJ.J','Ill. =-

to build up new ones is the Student I drive. a lank Arkansas youth hadlet eluding a kind invitation to the chick-

Body that acts as a unit, striving always himself in for three years and was 1 to the point. Major Flo;d gavea ,'Ifi.'Ifi.and III I. Shoe Repair Co. I
to do something worth while, tjaeeosaplbh taking his first third degree from the short extemporaneous speech in-
something worthy of the sergeant. en pilau. The Ag. Club enthusiastically :Ilf f I and Shine Parlor

college. That is College Spirit. "D'ye know what the command<< accepted'! the invitation. Mr.
Ilfl IF IFl m l, 1
'Rest' means?" bellowed his mentor. C. D. Gunn Alachua County Agent 1 1I IFF Geo. TamFas and Louis Eliades
""Suit," replied the rookie. ""You. gave a short interesting talk and Prof. ml F t Proprietors
Read and re-read the yefis, l learn can talk, you keep one foot in position illcu-hby spoke on the "Ag. Club as II 115 !*I(!'
West 11Gainesville
them to .that they may be continually and you got to remain some a training ground for future life." 11'1 11 IIJ Main Street X. Phone 139'
throughout the entire where in ** Eighteen ;
goin the vicinity. -American new members were enrolled I
games this,year. L gien Weekly. and the meeting adjourned. 1"1 :.'
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n. + 4 \r PiiNS: F1R salt water is eattingr you !

Been 3unday School Yeti ffl.llhiFY: : DPi.! Jj! .. '. Come to CLEA&V/ATER!

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Why Not Come Out? f. '''''''' 0iAe y'utf
tPB, hf J T4 : !
'-.J....::.&3.. Clearwater Beaches offer you the most attractive place
/, Next Sunday is the time. The Baraca Class of tlle1''
'CO. ti. u'f" from first for your summer outing, where you can enjoy salt
Presbyterian Church meet at 9:30, Sunday :Morning. Gooo> ; pq l-) ,"i'surt bathing in the Gulf of Mexico. Good bath houses,

I. nach company. The standing: of thaticus 1 pavilion, fish dinners, bowling, boating and above all good
music and a good program. All University men cordiallyf.1 1A t : ccmpanlcs: : will ba determine' r motor roads right to the beach. New hotel with ample

nvited to attend. "iDoan's and the company stand:ng highest ir w accommodations ready July 1st, right on the beach. Cot-
tages for rent, available now.Vrite for information to
every depar'mont of military work will
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VP" sel'-cte-l as the calor company forth BOARD OF TRADE

? rr.m'ng: month.Thrd f CLEARWATER FLA. \ JUniversity J/
r e'l; th schadu'i will be pro-
Bi &v
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I "Te:: ive. During: the: period from _
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I East Vain Street I IL he b? ''hrVmas: all of the time both thee
FOR BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRS. ; -etical r.nd practical will bi d Yote '- "- -
to close order drill and cer .mcnie"During :
this period the studnt wi"
III II study that portion: of the Infntr .
II THE NEW YORK RACKET J: ill' Regulations and: Guard 1\1"n'rvat '-
;! rerta'ns to thse two s'b"ect- students, by .
Atrer.t For
Vfte- the Chris': : mas holidays the w>-
patrcnizing 1 he'hte: I'cts 2 .
F1 r"hei Shoes will c-nsist of field problems payroll i D n Rcom, enjoy the 4
I Ir :ng, out-)oat ani combat. Du-ing th' : i.g may
Seri d the student: : will study t'at po- satisfaction cf knowing they .
irn of Infant7 Dri'l Regulation' 4 have the f inc'si: service and most :

?idd Service! RguTations and cthbrcks ?- ? del'clcus: fo :- t'c market ..

which: pertains: to these par- fggjCaineiv:lie. able d'Hote .

I Gainesville Furniture Co. I II ;:;"cular About subjects.March 1st the battalion wi': ( meals, $1.00. Parties and Ean., +

gin preparation for target ractic, q.lets by special arrangement. Z

Ouring this period the student wi! 4 For Table Reservations .(;,
study t'"!P' Small Arms Firing Nan .. Phor.e 295. .
I DR- COX, Proprietor. ual or whatever bock is substituted
I I *or it bv t' e War Department. Th Th- White House Dining Ro\'m p
Phone 86.Spirting ear will close with ta-get practice.This .
will includ-1 individual record Gainesville's Social Center ;
; L ractic! as pr"scrib'-d for the troopsof
-- --- -- e sr e.maaaaa>a. rfr the Regu'ar Army, firing with the
-- 1 aut mati? rifle and machine gun and:! .,
'-mtat firing using all thee: wsapens : .
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Goods :: and all the other Infantry v *'*j-
ne if am un't'on' : can be obta'n','. ; The Alaucha Restaurant and Lunch Room
I : I A gallery range will be oper "** M' p
Foot Ball, Base Ball, Lawn Tennis, r about October 15th and wilT bfppt '
{ open all winter. All members r'! \
Hardware of All Kinds. the battalion, whether ono1 they: --*. \
I ;i :.aking Military Science, ere inv'-cn i I J Half a B'ock! from Atlantic Coast Line Depot M
THE THOMAS COMPANY. f 3 take advantage 4cf.'this. opportuii. f,Telephone 507 Gainesville! Flag
ty to learn to shoot.
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L 'Phone 22. jFELLOWS I overhead a rro:; conversation: : to- I .. -- _. >
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a r.r rraaaoaaeasan a r day. Two fair' damsel
of our > ha I Hello Fellow
just met after the summer vacation.M. .
.-Tell me all the ;scandal tha
; has:: been created] whils I have tee: ;: GVl! l to renew frien'Iship with last year men and to
I ':,vay." : have: the priviledge of getting acquainted with the new boys.
welcomed to hang out here and listen
All of you are to the
There is no need to take that Film to were G.-uThere's away." been e-vhiIe you i sporting returns which we handle Ky wire.

1 Town. Let a Man on the campus handle
I Nuff Sed
: your Pictures. Bring them to They tell this one on Goodng.I : .
I A friends was visiting the ranch

V. M. Bradshaw. ,I and admired one of the cows. Burnett Th; Clothier
"What's the cow's name?" was the

I Thomas : eager question. _...... D>.6lUW"r .. ", __.._.. ..- -
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-. - -.n- replied Goodlng.: ::::= y-=::: =:: ::c:: :: :; =:: :::: 1f=
-- --- "Ah. I see, came from the friend.

'and every ever ing you go out and i
milk chocolate."


Not mentioning any nanes, but this ,. AwLE FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA t
happened last semester in Geology
.ass. Here are the fscts: ... 'fitd :

I "ICE CREAM DE LUXE" Geology Prof. (laying his hand or .>-=: ;: ;:- =: ;:: ==: -.:;== :::::::::: .
a specimen of corondum)-"My hand
i 3 on one of the hardest rocks
Pupular and Classical Sheet Music. : ; < '''''''' L
High Grade Candies.Cranie's known, (scratching his: head with "' -' ;
Exclusive :other hand: ). I
Stationary. i.i
Li'l Eddie's voice in deep whhper II! Foot Ball
: ...-----. 'rrrr tack of room.-'-Which band .
f Prof?" Shoes, Uniforms Supplies, t
Eyes. Tested Glasses Fitted? ; t
I Base Ball
It is a pleasure to
serve at
9 01 : Gloves, Mils, Shoes and Supplies,
We Do Our Ow; a Lense Grinding- the Bon Ton, our clerks greet ;

' Delay < you with a smile. I TennisRackets i

I I Balls and Supplies,

j. H. Coles & Son. Carry Your Old Hats To I I Bicycles'I

I fbto Yorif+ {laS Cleaner $ t Repairing and Supplies. h
:elers) and Opticians
Florida. to have themCleaned.BIockedand t

For Good Eats and First Class Service Come the ) Can:y, Co-f ic t..cnnry cnJ ..-. ,
to ::::;s.r Slorc in Conncc.io; *. =X"'''''''' r l'>>>-=' '!'Y'';: :!' "";> "" '''''''.''''-

A. C. L. LUNCH ROOM: I.a7r: : : J Creel:;: Can 7 .:-3 I Ib.M. : .

I. t>:'!.ZLO! :IS, i Pro;?. Patronize Our Advertisers
t One Door North A. C. L. Depot 113 West Main St. N. I

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wrested the from the
flag Sopho-
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mores during the FreshmenSophomore -

set aside for this purpose has made flag rush last year, was elected:
(toss:ble the development\ of this president. As Vice Presided Tru- i
worh in Florida The grant is made man Green was selected to assist Win-

>t :andtT the Interdepartmental' Social field and take charge in his absence. 3?
ilyg ene Board in Washington, D. C., W. Mahannah will have the custody -
;int.r with the University of Flor- of the books and coin., in filling
r \\da. Hence, our field is State-wide, the important position of Secretary. Modern Motive Might t
tvhll.: the mpvement is national in Treasurer. J. F. Merlin was chosento

.L ar:.cter; Many other States are developing represent the class on the Honor
I Committee. miles and minutes give t
this work in much the same I MOUNTAINS,
I any that it is contemplated here. Realizing that a better feeling of electricity, the magic motive : t. '

r Tie department Personnel.c consists& of a di- should co-operation exist between and good-fellowship the Sophomore i k i power. Properly applied, it drives giant r4riiYt2 ,

dectcr, a doctor of medicine, a direc- class and the faculty, a committee of I "f ry locomotives across the continental divide,

tor of physical education and coach five men was appointed to consult ;' l >: 4 tows ocean liners through the Panama Canal,
of r..inor sports. and the director of with Dr. Murphree in an attempt to 2
man.jor athletics. Also the necessary better conditions as they now exist. + : or propels huge ships. ,

additional l personnel in these This committee will report to the Through good light,safe signals,and illumin ,
several branches and other assistance class and representatives of all th"old" \! ;
< 4 4/i' t + ated highways; is making travel better and f,
-'- _i :of closely related departments. men on the campus will draw upa
Object of the Work. set of rules to which the Freshmen ,. ? ; i-M safer and also is increasing the usefulness of '.
n I A'ter t he examination in May, these rule;:; will develop into tradi- I :{ ; .q rr 44,e : r transportation methods on land, sea or in
1917, for the first Reserve Officers tions of this, the "Baby" Universityof r ; ax-
the air.
Training Camp, and the continuousflow ths South. ,

.., of young men from all types of :.at> :- s4 > In short, electricity is revolutionizing trans. .
r Ju.try for examination for en- The Junior class opened the school
,. 4 making it quicker safer more
portation economical -
>; a. ,
tne into the military service astounding i year with a "Peppy" inspiring class
results were (observed as meeting Tuesday night, at which officers t 4 < and reliable in all sorts of weather.

regards the number of those who were for the ensuing year were 4 -i-{ l r'S
physically defective. Many were elected. And back of this development in electric '.-'

found to be grossly underweight, undernourished Arthur Sollee of Track' fame was ,S 'S 7 transportation, in generating and transmit- ',;
many were found to chosen to head the class as president.; ting apparatus as well as motive mechanisms '- ,.
have heart lesions that impaired John Sherman who became famous
them physically for service in any for his flying leap on the rats'' are the co-ordinated scientific, engineering

t rm of the service. Many showed during last year's flag tush, will preside and manufacturing resources of the -

.aulty lung development and some in the absence of Mr. Sollee. General Electric Company, working to the
tubercular cor.ditions.Iany showed Ceo. W. (Three Dopes) Milam, who I
end that electricity better
conditions of varying forms of the became well known during the last : may A-'

social diseases, some acute, some year as a financier will receive the \ serve mankind.

chronic: and many more sufferingwith 'iron men' and record same in the capacity \
the ever increasing and painful of Secretary-Treasurer. Tony

complications that impair and handi- Regero will represent the class on .

cap the individual for long periods, the Honor Committee.In ...J/ 7/V :
i if not for lige. order to insure the selection of

j, It was to offset these conditions, to the best possible men the election of

arrest them, and to increase the ef- the Seminole staff was postponed until I
ficiency of the youth of America that a later date. No more business of LL !.>'

this work was begun. Propagandahad importance appearing, the eating 1' ; : c 'itt,
been tried and had been found I I
adjourned, the time of next gather.
too slow a method. Now it is plan-
ing being fixed for Tuesday, October '
ned to go about it more thoroughly,
more rapidly, and more effectively.The 12th.
Mark We Are Setting.

I 1, The prowess of America has been
challenged in international sports, Indentions by Women.It .
Is believed that silk w-a.lnj
While she was returned winner from
II nas Indented by the wife of !hf- fourth
the games at Antwerp, nevertheless
Cbint-se emjerc; : ; oronze work l>y a
: the rise of European nations using Japanese lady; cashmere sti.n\ls br
American athletic methods has the women'of an Cast Indian harem:
j threatened our supremacy in future and Venetian point 'lace b> SV..ET

Olympiads. What we are going to Italian iauica.[ :1MYY :

i'' develop is universal systematized

i +II' play.recreation that can be adapted t I I ,_,_,_____._____
I wine pnjsical needs of the individual :nnnnnnn ,,:nttijfifii! ; !;!5''i:-::51i! !li! WBS! !F!asassaI ! !lili! !
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lilililililili! !
student. This may or may not !lililililili! ! ! !lili! !li! !lii!!! !!i!.!ii$ tf.t.
increase the number of varsity ath_
t R letes but it will aid in the building; r;
up of a sound body

i What the Department Offers

1. Course in personal, group, com.
1 munity hgiene. ."
2. Complete physical evamlna-:
tion by University physician.

3. Free treatment and diagrosiswith : .., ',- "'- --:':'-' :':-" '- 7'T. ....-__ .__.._ _
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infirmary ward care by -r _-- '. .
physicians and nurse. '.
4. Free consultation during hoursat .:: . '. '
infirmary office. .

5: Supervision and re-ommenda- 0
tion of proper physical \
cises by physical director exer-an! ..... ,"

I t C. :physician\ .av.a
Major and minor
sports, coaches
i of major and
minor spor:3.
f Florida Figures from Statistical

:i I Branch General Staff, U. S.

One of 11 States Army.in which six men

I passed out of each 100 examined.

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military I
i. tine possessions, ranking 34th of aUf1 .

i State in per cent of men furnished
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Student Body Should Acquaint bating; (g) Twelve and onehalfper expended by the Business Manaer of I ::._::::: -- :: :.. -'( ;: _,, _
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Itssclf With Its Constitution cent. to the "Young Men's Chris_ the "Seminole." \

} Before Mass Meeting Is Held tian Association;" (h) Fifteen percent ((9)) The "Gymnasium Fund" shall Alex Francisco .

to general gymnasium work; be expended by the Athletic Director

Continued from First page.) (i) Seventeen and one half per cent until such time as a gymnasium instructor Cold Drinks, Ice Cream, Candies -I

to the college annual, "The Seminole." shall be provided when last H and Cigars.
oody may from time to time adopt. :
ARTICLE THREE. ARTICLE TEN. named ofTLer si a'l: c': pnd said fund. JJ We treat you right.

Members-The membership of this ReCall-Any officer of this associa- ((1C) The "Yo M. r.. A. FunT shall : :::::::: ;:,:;; = ::: ::: ; ::= ::::::: ::=::: :r:

organization shall consist of all students tion may be recalled and displaced! bya I', be expanded: by the Y. M. C. A. Cabi-

majority vote of the members there net.
of the University of Florida: I

who have paid the fees devoted tc: of. I (::) _.:c '-L'trary Society; and THOMPSON ELECTRIC COMPANYJ.

ARTICLE ELEVEN. Debate. Fund" shall be
: expended as
and of such othersas
Vacancies-Any vacancy occurringin follows: Fifty per cent. shall be expended ( Thompson Vice-Fres and bee.)
be elected to membership by J
the may body. I any office of this association shall by the -Debating Council" in Electrical Supplies----Fixtures Wholesale and Retail '

ARTICLE FOUR be filled by a special election called promoting intercollegiate debates; 102-104 West

Voters-All members of this association for that purpose, in the manner as and fifty per cent. shall be expendedby Lafayette St. Tampa, Florida

provided in Section Two. and Three, the various literary societies as
shall be to vote onall
Article Six hereof. they shall see fit, but of this latter ....
question' arising before the organization ...... V .9+
ARTICLE TWELVE. portion each society shall receive .t
and: in all elections of officers -
thereof. Amendments This constitution( share pro-rated according to the num- L.O.SMITH

may be amended, at a special meetingof ber of members in said society. E
the association called for that pur- ((12)) The president of the Senior
Dues-The annual dues! shall be *
pose, by a majority vote of the members Clsss, with theassistance of such <
twenty; doll:rs, (including five dol-
provided that the proposed committee he select, shall : D'iomondsr atches
as: may ex-
''ars athletic fee), which shall be paidt Jewelry, 4
amendment shall have been presented pend the "Minor Sports Fund."
oth Auditor of the Univeristy of
Florida registration. to the secretary by at least ten ((13)) Any body of fifteen or more I : Class Pins Rings 4
member>> of the body, ard provided students may present petitions to the I
that said proposed amendment shaH president of the Senior Class recommending : :
Good Line Shoes
Election.-(1)( ) The officers of thisorganization
have been published in two issues of expenditures for minor .
: shall be elected annually .
"The Florida Alligator" Frior to vot- sports.
at a meeting of the association called + .+
ing on its adoption. ((14)) All fund; devoted to the .. +. ...
for that purpose which meetin shall
ARTICLE THIRTEEN Athletic Association shal lbe expended -
be held between the first and fifteenth
of May. By-laws-By-laws of this constitu- by the Board of Directors of that The Bon Ton is the place to I When they make better CanI

ion may be amended or adopted at association. I

((2)) Elections of officers shall be I :any meeting of association, after meet all of the girls, they make I dies, Cigars and Drinks we'll sell

by se-ret ballot. one putlicatior::]! : in "The Florida Alli- that their store. hem at the Bon Ton.
((3)) The method of making nominations I
;atoand upon the favorable vote ofa The girls wait for you at the :'I
shall be for in the
provided majority of the members present.;:) Positions for the Fair Sex. Cold Drinks, Candies and
i Popular place "The Bon Ton"be
of the faculty of the University of ARTICLE FOURTEEN Several bank presidents in the I,

by-laws of this association. Adoption: -This constitution may smaller to' u- are women as well as sure to go there. II Cigars, That's our business. The

Pro\ided. That the first electiorof :: clerks tellers and cashiers. Gov. Bon Ton.
:e adopted at any meeting of the
officers shall be at such time and ernment experts frequently! are among
You assured of the best
:tudent body by the favorable vote of are at
u such manner as the association the fair SPX. hose deftness of touch I i Service and Sanitation go hand
majority of those present. makes their fingers especially efficacious the Bon Ton for they have it

lay dacida. for su<*h work as that of the i in hand at the Bon Ton.

ARTICLE SEVEN. BY-LAWS. dead letter olnre. I I always. I _

Officers The officers of this asso-
((1)) After the first election of officers _
cation shall be president vie-: I
: a ; :
:, nominations for all offices of

rresident; secretary-treasurer and ,his organization shall be filed with I
"Budget Committee" consisting 01
the secretary of the association and II -
five members two of whom shall be I
shall be published: in 'The FloridaAlligator" I
Florida, and three of whom shall be
at least one week before
students of the University of .Flor-
the day of elections.
ida. I
((2)) No expenditure: of funds of

ARTICLE EIGHT. 'he association shall be made ,nil Fair Prices Efficient Serviceh;;
Duties; ((1)) The duties of the ,
the written approval of the "Bu .getCommittec"
president hall be to call meetings of '
shall have been secu ed.
this association at such times as it
((3)) Any organization or group Courteous Treatment - a
shall:! be doomed neces_ary, and to p.e
expending funds under this const tu-
ida: at such meetings.
tion may be required by the "Bu-1- etCommittee"
((2)) In the absence of the president '

it shall be the duty of the vice- to render an account of I'I That's what University Students will receive at our
expenditures at such time as said co.n-
president to act in his stead.
the mitteo shall see fit. whsreaponvouchers ; I! hands, Anthony Bros. don't need to establish a reputation. ... !
((3)) It shall be the duty of
d for all i-
: ar receipts expenditures i
:('cretary-treasurer to keep accurate: : shall be produced. They've m B.e it, They are noted for success in serving men .,

minutes of all meetings of this association -
))4)) organizations and activities
other duties .I I'I'I and
: and to perform such deriving support from this associaticn young men.

as may be specified: in the by- for of the Anthony taff in Gainesville
shall present written requisitions Some of the best are -
laws of this sociation..
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funds to the "Budget Committe-,
((4)) It shall be the duty of the"Dudg't shall to serve and cooperate with the University students. Ask
which committee approve or
Gommitee" to superintend
the expenditure of all fands: belongin 'ject the :came, but, in case of re;re-I' Our \'ice-\Ve want you to benefit by our long experience "_.. .: ;

ton: the proposal shall be laid
to this rssociation in accordance wit"
the association: by the president thereof in outfitting men. I.-- t
the provisions herein.

ARTICLE NINE. for final action. We want you to feel at home in our store.
(5) The "Special Furd" shall be
Funds-The fund of this orgai iza
administered: by the "Budget Committee -
tion shall beapportioned as folljwi: .
," but no expenditures shall be
the several activities of the
among i
rrae: therefrom except aft r thee
student body: (a) Twenty-five pea ,
:= ---e shall have been approved by a
cent shall be devoted the Athletic I j,
: aority: vote of the mexLer J of the
Association of the University o. I
ssociation. I
Florida for the promotion of mason; shall bexpended
((6) The "Lyceum Fun
sports; (b) Seven and one-half percent i
i > by th faculty committee on
to miror sports; (c) Five percent
jublic functions:: in providing: a pro-
vo a lyceum program; (d) entertain-
: and other
atn of iruslcal.
Seven and one-half per cent. to the
e'! t frr the student body.
Special Fund" which shall be a reserve I
((7) TLc "Alligator Fund" shall be
fund; (e) Five per cent. to th.' iviided 1 tthe Business Manager of I

"Florida Alligator;" (f) Five rer "

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-I AND ACCEPTS NEWMEMBERS. Peabody Club met Monday| Initial Mtetiog
GO. .
HENRY GIDDENS The John Marshall Debating Society evening: i in its first sess'on. Mr.j Farr Literary Society

met Saturday morning 11 H. C. Johnson, president, briefly

o'clock for the purpose of installingnew outlined the plan for tne year's The Fair Literary Socittr.....

Solicits the busneSs! of College men, guaranteeing ofikc-rs who were elected at the work, which plan if efenively its years activities Monday _
lat meeting of last year. The new executed will make Peabody with a snappy, well at-er4 } _.

crreCt styles, higb grade quality and workmanship. I It oScers are: President A. L. Adams, Club a strong competitor for the ing. there I being about fifty __....
W. E. Tbomp!, vice president., ent. President Klock ope*>jraeetjig lit
Vimrg, secretary and treasurer, Vel- inter-society championship this appropriately by rifl .
ma Keen, reporter, O. H. Norton, year. the old men present for a ff
Hats 3L., C. Crofton, represenative and Prof. Hatha- plan and '
Knox Hats Stetson sergeaat-at-ar Dean Xoram r-lative to hopes' 1* M,
-t debating council, T. H. way each made short talks to the coming year. The preside: a*; .
Carlton, critic After the installation the work as planed, and exph jtihe
c'ul emphasizingthe: impirtrnce
Hanan Skoes of officers interesting talks were sew men purposes of the seej
of the training in the literary r-:
t H. R. Trusler and :
made by Dean ; He reviewed the soeceses of tic FIR
Professors Moore and CockrelL societies as a necessary phase of LLts in the rare for the Fat& j I.
Roger Peet Kuppenheimer and The John Marshall accepted a number the teacher's education. Mr. S. it g Ccp which has been wen h y I s%

t of new members, practically J1 \V. Cason was elected to represent society for the past: two years
of the new men joined. There seems obtain
In order to an iDei* ..
the club the debating
Society |Brand Clothes :o be some good debators among the I the debate material among the aev
men. The society is to be pushed council.J. men for the current year aa ill-
j forward this year by the new oSeers Walker, Club Reporter. promptu debate was held fogy fresfc.
and i we hope to make it a banner men participating. The Society U.joorned .

year. to meet on Mor day of Bat
Co. Meet you friends at the Bon week, at which time the
Giddons Clothing
Henry CHICKEN PILAU. Ton you can drink, smoke and program will 1.e pre-ented.
1. Rec.ta fen-C. H. :&a&..
. Florida. be merry there- ;
Tampa, Major Floyd extends a cordial invitation I 2. Current events-J. M. Haires,

_ Giddens Building The Clothing CornerPhone i to all students in the Agricultural We don't keep CandiesDrinks !k 3. Short! Story report-E. R. yja
Franklin 2267 College to participate in a chicken I son.
at Lafayette pilau and general good time this and Cigars, we sell them and renew -!:! 4. Story of the Novel.-J. K. PL'

coming Saturday night on the lawn our stock almost daily at! fer.
. at Mr. Leland's near the dairy bam.
] r The Bon Ton.
The ladies of the college! faculty will
Popular ooods at Popular Prices Paul G. Parrish! of the Praetfee
1 e the hostesses of the evening. Theres
_ATBURKHIMS_ I High School last year writes that Iw
sure to be enough for all Come
I S II}could not return: to the UrtftiiH
prepared to eat a lot and enjoy a >S H 0 S
; pod time.S. I this year but expects to be with .
.k He is
nest year. row finisUag fck
I IL -- H B- M. 'TNCH H i
high school: coarse in Tampa. He will
J. Catts Jr., a student in the law
i i be pleaded to hear from all fricafc at
college, was called Saturday to the
J 0 Gainesville I the for whom
0 University he is "iww-
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sick" Addres him: Route 5, Bc
A.ugustine. Mr. Carts is the son of I IS
i BaIlie The Ii Governor Catts' and is the Adjutant U Florida. E 5 146-D, 25 Harbor View, Tampa, Ha'" ,

} 'en ral of the State of FJor a.
i Clothier]
E H Q E S D. W. Keen spent the week-ead icJacksonville
Dr. R. G. Manchester who is tuaad .
I spending the the m ktaining
TAMP1: =\:, 1 RL.ORIDK -
m the newly created Department I advertising for the 'GateMr.
af Hygiene at the University, arrivedTednetday II I '
Suits $37.50 to $75 afternoon, and is ready to ; We have an electric Piano for j I T. R. Pitts-,-an old stofeat of

I t oat into immediate operation the your benefit at the Bon Ton, |I i' the Uriverslty: spent some tia here l
ReadytoputonSPEEDIE'S plans for the new course. Come in and hear iL I I I the first of the week visiting eld

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: Uuiversity Students, xx of Our Shoes t.1 i; _

; Meet them There For; Soft Drinks, Cigars, Tobacco's, ,

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