The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00313
 Material Information
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
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: February 28, 1921
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000972808
oclc - 01410246
notis - AEU8328
lccn - sn 96027439
System ID: UF00028291:00313
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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At the try out new in PeabOdy Hall, + There will be an important +
January 25, Florida's representativesfor + meeting of the Senior Class.next + HEADQUARTERSR.

this year's debating activitieswere GOOD START + Tuesday night, February 15th, '* O. T. C. UNIT
selected. The judges, membersof MADE + 7:00 p. m.. at Y. M. C. A. Class + DANCE FOR TRACK UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

the faculty, selected three teams 4 ring, commencement invitations, + GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA-
BY BASKETBALLTEAM + caps and gowns and other important +
and an alternate for each team. These TEAM PROVES A
mea 'will represent Florida in her + matters mast be settled 4 GENERAL_ ORDERS NO. 7.
forensic contests this year. ON ROAD + at this time. BE THERE + GREAT SUCCESS February 9th, 1921
The question is: Resolved, That the + WITHOUT FAIL. + Pursuant to the authority vestedin
Smith-Towner Bill Should Be 4- the Professor of Military' Scienceand
Enacted. The Triangular debates will FIRST TWO GAMES ARE WON BY + + + + + + + + + + PRIZE DANCES ELIMINATION Tactics at the University' of Flor _

take place on the night of March MARGINS OF TWENTY POINTS DANCES AND JAZZY MUSIC ida by the Secretary of War and
18th. Florida's negative, H. M.Fried- BUT THIRD IS DROPPED TO :MAKE AFFAIR A MOST ENJOYABLE the President of the University, the
lander and S. W. Cason will debate the TRINITY COLLEGE.A MARION HARRIS ONE following appointments are announced -
University of South Carolina's in the Cadet Battalion:

affirmative, at Knoxville, Tenn., and good beginning has been made MAKES BIG HIT f When Lieutenant Atkinson started Cadet Major.
Florida's affirmative, H. C. Johnson by the University of Florida basketball out to make the necessary money to Wells, W. G.
and Harry Gordon, will debate team of their trip through the WITH STUDENTS finance the university track team Cadet Captains.
University of Tennessee's nega- Southern coast States. Three games there was nothing half-way about Pfeiffer, C. A.
tive at Columbia, S. C. Tennessee's have been played to date and of their his methods and the "Informal Hop" Hubbard, M.Christiance .

f negative and South Carolina's! affirmative Florida has won two. SOUTHERN SINGER TRAVELING given: in the gymnasium last Wednes- D. L.'
will debate here at the Univer- On Saturday, February 5th, th(',; WITH COLUMBIA SAXOPHONE day evening for this purpose proves Knight. D. B'Fatom .
sity on the same night. went up against the strong Savannah SEXTETTE ENCORED AGAIN that he is fully able to carry out his \ L. J.Cadet.' : .
The Louisiana debate will be heldin "Y" team and left the floor at the end AND AGAIN. lans. The dance was a success be- lit Lieutenant./:

April at Baton Rouge, the ques- of 40 minutes of uplay, victors by vhje .trond the fondest hopes of its insti"ators. Copeland, GM.LJ. *.
tion being the same as in the Tri- score of 3820. Marion Harris and the Columbia It seemed that the entire Gleason, W.
angular debates. Florida's representatives Monday night they met North Saxophone Sextette appearing at the "hool was there. though by actual McKey, W. A. .
Mr. Maurice Stein and Carolina State University and vanquished Baird last Friday night were warmly mmt many of those who purchased Quinan, E. B. "
S. C. Peacock, will uphold the 1tIr.1 them 39-18. welcomed by the university boys, who ;"kets did not attend, and the danc- Mahoney, W. H. .
tive. Mr. Stein is prominent in de- Tnuesday afternoon Trinity College turned out in great numbers in the ;,g was continued until a late hour. McKey, J. D.Friedlander .
bating circles at the university. He caught them napping and took a hope of seeing a real show. They co late in fact, that quite a numberf H. M.
represented Florida at the Triangular game by a margin of about 10 points. were not disappointed, for, phrased cuts were marked on the "delin- Triggers, R. L. .
I debate last year against the University This gives them a percentage of in the language of .the lovers of jazz "" ney list" on Thursday morning.The Cadet 2nd. Lieutenant. '. .
of Tennessee and has been prominent ..666, which if maintained throughoutthe music, both Marion Harris and the music was furnished by the W lliams, D. E. '
Cl rtis, G. c- ...
in fntersociety debates. Mr. S. trip will be more than satisfactory sextette "had 'em. Uriversity orchestra and they outdid ''<-
C. Peacock also debated on the Tn. ; to the Student Body, especially The sextette opened the program themselves in the way of jazz Scott, I. W.Stevens j

angahtr team last year and is a man I considering the fact that they are with operatic selections that exhibited and pep. With a little more experience H. Q. .'., .*
Color -
t of high ability. T. C. Brooks was riding continually, getting but little the marvelous range that together they'will be able rivals DeV/olf Sergeant.' '
A. B.
selected these instruments cover. The of the famous "University Jazz"
as alternate. and J
sleep, playing entirely on foreign beau ,-
Friedlander has debated in the Triangular ground. They will contiue orth as phone can produce wierd and which made -such a hit over the State Sherman First J. S.Sergeant .
ful music and the numbers last ,
4 debate against the Universityof far as Lexington, Va., and then start showeda year Morgan, C. E. ,. .
South great variety.The As a feature of the evenin an old t
Carolina and is last year's.winner home bv way of Macon where they Bosw 11, E. R. ,t-'" *'
of the Junior Oratorical meet Mercer. saxophone numbers were fol- fashioned waltz was played and the -
Medal lowed by two pieces by Yerkes two couples adjudged to have given R. P.
Cason has figured prominently I After getting a week's rest at home + x"Milam
Novelty Orchestra "To Wild Rose" the best performance Sergeant -
in the were awarded .
intersociety Atlanta to
debates and is a the men will head for G. W.
member of the debating council. C. P. enter the Inter-Collegiate meet thereon and phone"Chinese music Lullaby. The saxo- nrizes, that is the ladies were awarded Yeats, M, L. : ''' ''..'

Fleming is alternate to this team. the 25th of this month. jazz orchestra was a welcomed success, but the primps as they would hardly have Hiatt, C. R.- : :f ;:
H. C. Johnson is a member of a Coach Kline writes that the teamis warmly. There more been appropriate for the men. Stuart Gillen, P. H. \ -- .
was not fellowthere
former Triangular debating team. He in good: condition and that their that a Hall dancing with Miss Asineth Tomlinson, J. P. Jr. .{
wasn't thinking of
is some ,
also an outstanding figure in the morale is of the best. dainty little girl with whom he would Phifer. and Winthrop Robinson, danc Ferguson, T. S. -

intersociety debates. H. Gordon isa give anything in the world to be danc ing with Miss! Clyde Boring, were the Maines, J. K. Jr. : ''
new figure in the field but his showing Rollins has determined t" .
College Treadwell *
ing to that music. To relieve their winners. J.: K. ...
at the trYouts leaves no doubt raise $127.000 by Feburary 12th. If Gordon, Harry -
feelings, most of the audience kept kl An elimination dance was '
but won by
that he is the right man to its campaign for additional endowment Savage :::
rep- time with their feet and shimmied II Mss Inez Brooks. A. .,:.
wsent Florida this year W. H. it will be one of the best en- their shoulders, wigwagged their Simmons, A. C.
Thompson is alternate for this team. dowed: colleges in the Southeast. arms, and squirmed in their seats- On the whole the dance was a won- Winter, T. P. ..
With these men hard at work prospests all to perfect time. A Methodist dprful success and a goodly amount of Blume, J., V. ,:' -*: .

look good for a winning sea University of Oklahoma is plan preacher would have danced to that money was added to the track team (Gaskins, S. C, ._ ;
in son.. The question is a live topic ing to send debating teams to the music, even if. he did repent after coffers. Cobb, L. H.Continued. .
educational circles and there is an Universities of Kansas, Arkansas! wards. on page 8 #
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material available. and California. I -
then-Marion Harris. She is a
I I true Southerner.and that she is proudof LYCEUM NUMBER PUT ON BY -
HALL .TENDERS RESIGNATION TO it was evidenced by the fact that I: I'

her first song was "I am an Old Y MeA GREATLY ENJOYED }
"ALLIGATOR'-GREEN MOVES UP Fashioned Southern Girl." It made a ;
! great hit. Her voice deep pitched, -- {
-- low with The Leiter Musical Company which I i excellent. The voices
great power, but withall[ were splendid
The Alligator staff greatly regretsto the unfailing and valuable service he inexpressibly sweet, was very apeal- was brought to this city by the Y. M. I and the plot was clever and the
,announce the resignation of R. S. has rendered the staff at all times C. A. authorities for the benefit of I.applause which followed left no doubtas
Hall, .r., 'as Managing Editor.j Green is a man who can be dependedupon ing.She then sang several songs. the university students was one of to the success of their efforts. '
Stewart, as he is better known OB! in any emergency and the Staff "Looking for the Silver Lining" wasa the best Lyceum numbers that has The next Lyceum number will b*
the Campus, while affiliated with the takes great pleasure -in tenderinghim disappointment, but it afforded hera been heard here in a long time. here sometime this month ,and certainly -
Cainesvflle Sun, showed efficient service this new office, which his untiring splendid background for the songsto Tickets were given to university men the student body wishes to
in his efforts to place the Alligator efforts have won for him. follow by the sheer effect of the free of charge and when the performance offer its thanks to Mr. White for
amoBg the leading college publications For the office of Assistant Manag contrast when she finally broke into began the High School audi- securing these attractions. They are
of the South. Thru his broad ing Editor the staff has chosen Hor her jazz records. torium was well filled, almost really worth while and so far have

knowledge of newspaper work, he has ace Loomis, who is connected with the These had been waited for all eve- crowded. been greatly enjoyed.At .
tendered a responsible position Gainesville Daily News. He has ning. Her phonograph records do her The company Is composed of a
with the Miami Metropolis, which he demonstrated in the past that he will- a great injustice, for it is impossible mixed quartet and a pianist, all of Auburn the payroll of the R. .-
has accepted. We are extremely sorry be a valuable addition to this recombination w to express the facial emotion and the unusual ability. Several well know O. T. C. was over $6,000 for the past
to lose Stewart, first,- from the Alligator which bids fair to makea queer gestures and movements with quartet pieces were rendered and three months.

and second, from the Campus, real success of our college ,publica- which, she accompanied them, adding quite a few solos were given by each -
and< we all unite In wishing him success tion. much charm to their rendition. "I'm member of the party; and a number Harvard students were address
in his new position. Fellpws, we've got the cooperation a Jazz Vampire" brought down the by Governor Cox. Most of the talk
Truman Green, who has come up "within" so lets extend a hand and house. These songs give best expression in the piano was (heartily enjoyed by was strongly in favor of the League

. from a lowly reporter's berth to the stir up a little cooperation "without." to Marion Harris' peculiar all.As of Nations. The trend of the lead 1
z't offtee of Assistant Managing Editor We must realize that nothing can bea form of genius which has made her a second part of their sketch ing professors and the president of
\ViJ1 now mOVe Into the place vacated real success without a general co Continued on page 8 the company gave an opera, which that institution is for the League
b7 HaD. He deserves great credit for operation ,of the whole. '---.. lacked only.. the scenery {o make it Rocky Mountain Collegian.
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