The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00333
 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: September 30, 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
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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
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System ID: UF00028291:00333
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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PERSITYOFFLORIDAWILLSTAGEREAL The University-of Florida's' grid- I!!
iron prospects are the brightest of OLD FLORIDA SPIRIT I:INSTILLED

COLLEGE EXPOSITION AT FLORIDA any previous year. Many old Florida I
7. letter men are back, among them be- : INTO NEW MEN WE[EN i CHEER LEADER

STATE FAIR NOV. 12-191N I JAXVILLE I ing Captain Perry, who outclassed i.
| Day, the all-American center, in the BIVINS CALLS FIRST YELL PRACTICE

WiiI Have Characteristic famous game against Tampa two r .
Each College #
SENIORS SOPHS years ago; others are Jim :\ferr :J, : i Full of Pen and
Exhibit in Charge of AG. CLUB HOLDS I! Ginger Whole
one of hardest fighters in the
I Student Body Turned Out to
University Men. I backfield, Bobby Swanson, a light, but
AND FRESHMEN take Rats Thru 'Gator Yells.
exceptionally fast man, and B. An- FIRST MEETING
The University of Florida will be I derson, another end, who is as fast I
presented' at the Florida State Fair, I Last Friday night in the Gymnasium -
HOLD ELECTIONSCrofton and as reliable as Swanson. Others
to be held in Jacksonville Nov. 12 to who are showing up exceedingly well OF NEW\ YEARLarge the first cheer practice of the '

19 by a most complete exhibit. Under this year are Dixon, Colby, Rohen- I year was carried through with spirit. }

the. direct supervision of Mr. B. C. E. E. Jones and Albert house, Pomeroy and Talbot. Besides Number of Men Turned I I and enthusiasm.
rile, of the Extension Division, this Jones Chosen to Lead Respective -' these there is much promising mate Out for Organization of Ag. Most of the Freshmen and manyof
work is afoot to have the University Classes-Freshman Offi- I rial in the Freshman green-cap can the old men were there to lend the
Literary Society Monday
jut before the people visually by the cers Only Temporary.The didates, Crary, Smith, Lowenkoff, and strength of their lungs and the sweetness -
txposition at the Fair. And truly it Tolls. Without doubt with this material of their voices to the advance-

TH1 be an exposition, for nothing is I Senior Class organized for the and a score of about sixty other Starting the new year off with fly- ment of Florida and the team. Delighted -
Icing left undone to make the uni-I coming year at a meeting heM in the aspirants, Coach Kline and Assist- ing colors was a great reality when with th trsites' booth surprise and I Van Fleet antics and inspiring manner of Pete
a Gym last Tuesday evening, September ant Coach Major can mature the Agricultural Club met Monday'
tr n. 20: i them into Florida's wonder Harris, and enthused by the courageous -
I evening, September 19, at 7 o'clock.
The former Woman's building at The following men were elected to team of 1921Practice The prospects this year for the big- efforts of Bill Bivens, the students -
the Fair grounds has been obtainedfor office: Mr. L. C. Crofton, of Chip- r has now gone from pros gest and best Agricultural club we opened up their throats and
E this exhibit. Th fleor of this ley, president; Mr. Velma Keen, of I I liminary instruction in the technic of have ever had were clearly revealed shook the house again and again with
, building is 60 by 140 feet and will Marianna, vice-president; Mr. T. H.I I football to as hard a practice session at the first meeting. '- cheers as Pete and Bill, in perfect f

Be divided up into booths 20 feet Carlton, of Wauchula, secretary and Ii' in work on the pushing machine or C. L. Walker explained In :a.,few form, led them through the intricate
square on each side, leaving a lounging treasurer; and Mr. H. C. Johnson, of I "Bungalow," track work-outs and words the Phi Alpha Kappa and the steps of the" "Long Locomotive" and
aisle of 20 feet in the center. : Holt, member of the Honor Commit- !I scrimmage. Despite the unbearable Phi Kappa Phi, which are thehonor "Three F's.
This building covers one-fourth of I tee.---- heat, the four squads of twentytwomen societies that each agricultural .student The first attempt at music, however ;
the available exhibiting space, excepting Simultaneously the Juniors held 3 I are standing up well and are advancing should set for his goa The : was not a' harmonious success. ;
the outdoor attractions. Each college meeting in. Peabody Hall for the I in their instruction on defensive i former is a local society, but the'prospects Due to the lack of instrumental mu-
of the University will 'have a same purpose. I work. j for a national charter are Very sic and of practice on the part of the
booth. Each man in-the University After the appointment of a tem- i The first practice scrimmage has bright, while the latter is national new men, the Orange and Blue
trio be responsible for the show his porary chairman and secretary the forced many changes in the line-up. and to be elected to this society sounded more like a "before the flood"
particular college makes. elections proceeded with the result However, the men on. the line and i means the highest scholastic honors model T flivver going down N. E.
The students of the Universitycannot that the following men were unanimously backfield have been relieved at inter-I. that can be attained at our institu- Main street than the beautiful mel-
take this mattetr too seriously I elected by the class: President :vals and there is yet no tion. ody which we have all learned to loveas
to heart, for it is all being done Mr. George Stanley, of Jackson to whom will receive the contested I Major Floyd was called upon.fora the +iwnblem of Florida spirit. But
for the good of the institution, as ville; vice-president, Mr. Cromwell berths. Many are tertain: that when I short talk and mentioned the,benefit I I after the fourth trial harmony was
wen as to make the State Fair a Anderson, of Palatka; secretary and Wilski recovers from his operationthat that can be, and is, deriveii((-'from i I r established out of discord and tha
I success. There will be about twelve treasurer, Mr. William G. Ward,-of there will be one position less attending the Agricultural club\-'and sweet strains of the Orange and Blue
I men sent up to have charge of the Miami; Member of the Honor Com- to fill. These encounters between the by taking an active part. Hey emphasized Rang out with spirit.while Pete
J exhibit thruout the Fair and will be mittee, Mr. Francis Parker, of Tampa squads are gradually whipping the the fact that when a member is smiled up with satisfaction at beam-
j chosen according to merit. Each I ; Sergeant-at-Arms, Mr. Eric T. men into top-notch condition, and ex- ( placed on the program, he should set ing Bill.
j 1 booth> will be an exposition of life and "Shorty" Gunn, of Jacksonville; and cept for some minor injuries all are aside- ample- time- for- the thorough- After rehearsing all of the best
! action at the school- and will be com- Corporal-at-Arms, Mr. Benjamin L. in cream of shape for the first en- preparation of the part, which he:has I' yells and before singing "the song" a
plete in its entirety. Mr. Riley will Jennings of Okeechobee.The counter and debut against Camp Ben- been assigned, thus doing hiz'share': last time it was suggested that tha
be more than glad to entertain any Freshman class held its first ning Columbus, Ga. toward the successful carrying on of student body meet on Saturday aft-
snggestion from any of the loyal meeting in the gym---lastf Thursday Thursday the team reported for its the program. By such cooperationthe ernoon at Fleming Field to get prac-
'Gators who have any ideas at all evening for the purpose of electing last practice at the early hour of wheels of the Agricultural club I tice on the actual ground and incidentally -
about work of this kind. Go to him officers. A large and enthusiastic 130. After a light work-out and i will continue to turn toward the goal to watch the team in action.It .
at once and say what you think of I crowd of rats were on hand when Bill final talk on the requirements necesIsary I I of success and prosperity, which it is I was truly inspiring to see the t.
this matter and probably you will be Bivens called the meeting to order. and the qualities expected the i j bound to attain. men of the team at work. They are ("
helping him to make it a success, aswell Bill made a few introductory remarks, first preparations for the trip began.I B. W. Ames very interestingly recalled the kind that make for victories the l
as having a feather put in your introduced the speakers of the evening The gym. became a busy scene of I I how the debate was won last kind that give spirit to a school. Dur- ; :
own) cap. called for a secretary pro tem., packing, storing and an atmosphereof I I year and mentioned the Inter-society ing the scrimmage with the added assistance j
The University of Flcrida is not a and then had the rats sing the Orange action. debating cup, which was entrusted to of Charlie Rogero, the student -
little one horse school where a lot of and Blue. Judging by the singing, Coaches Kline and Van Fleet left the care of Dr. Turlington. As the body was drilled in a few snap
money is spent to educate a few men one could but say as* Tootie Perry yesterday with twenty-one men for members of last year's debating team py yells. .
who come here to study, but it is a says, as he looks over the line-up at Columbus, Ga., where they will lock were seniors, Mr. Ames told us of With Bill and his assistants, Pete
Public Service Institution, doing good mess hall, "Ain't this a swell flock of horns with the fast heavy team from the responsibility which rests uponus and Charlie, to show us how to cheer
all over the State of Florida, as well cat meat?" Camp Benning. The team left at to develop new debaters who can with grace and finish we should turn
as in Gainesville. All this will be Nelson Tongee gave a spirited talkon 3:30 over the A. C. L. in a special uphold the traditions of our college; out for every cheer practice with a
brought to light at the Fair if the "Rat Spirit." Pullman provided for the whole trip. however it is most pleasing to know slam. The next one will be- _
men of the University will get together Jacksonville, Tampa and West Flor- The coaches' selections for this that this year's enrollment finds several -

and make the Old Orange and ida were rivals in the presidential trip were as follows: i excellent debaters among the new !MEETING\ OF BUDGET COMMITTEE -
Blue exibit at the Fair a one hundred campaign. On the second ballot Jax Carl Perry, captain; Doty, Wuth- !ii i men. ; ,\ _
per rent exposition.The and Tampa joined hands. When the rich, Rosenhouse, Dutton, Swanson, !I l i Our success- in the inter-college -
college of engineering has alTeady smoke cleared away the situation was Dickson, Carleton, Renfrow, Newton, i athletics last year was brought-to our The regular monthly meeting of
worked out its exhibit and will as it is at present with A. R. Jones of H. Perry, Gunn, Tolbert,' Burnett, Ii minds by R. A. Carlton, who made a I the Budget Committee was held in
Und its three men to be in charge of Jax as president, Pat Owens of Tampa -I Thomas, G. B. Stanley, Haines, Jim i short talk from the athletic stand Dr Leigh's office in Science Hall on
ixxjth. Among attractions of this second in command, Ed Morris,I Merrin, S. Pomeroy, Scott, C. A. An- point. The chances this year appearto Tuesday evening, September 27. Fac-
mnege 'will be a complete wireless of Pensacola secretary and treasurer derson, R. L. Stanley, manager.To be the best we have ever had and ulty members Professors Black and
outfit, a wireless telephone, over and H. Weeks of Tampa honor repre- here is "to a victorious year" for the Reed, and student members W. J.
.'which the people will be given a con- sentative. :Mr. H Perry of Miami was the Rats farmers.Dr. Bivens, R. B. Hoskins, J. S. Shermanand
*Jt from the Westinghouse Co. of elected sergeant-at-arms. When you are asked to sing- Turlington, who is. always J. W. Scottwere present. Mr.
"tsburg once a day, and a Tesla high (Continued on page 8.) On your job. striving for a larger and better club,I L. C. Ricabourg was absent.
.,stance Test. Each college is get.ting j I When th 'ephone goes dingalingOn told us of the good practical training The meeting was called to order at
.* op its own exhibit and it will be work will be done by the students 1 your job. that we are afforded by actually be- I 7:30 p. m. by Chairman Bivens. The
C*> honor for any 'Gator to be chosen such as show cards, sign painting, l When you're feeling tired and blue, ing a part of the meetings. The students -a i minutes of the last meeting of the
:J represent the school on this oc- I etc. So let's get together, men-see Home sick, don't know what to do, that are live wires and put their :eommitte held in the scholastic year
'tasiol2. Those chosen will make up a I Mr. Riley and put the Orange and \! And an old man yells at you, honest efforts into the Agricultural : 1920-21. on May 13, and of the meet- ms s.
tltiIity crew at the Fair. All the Blue over th top again. 1I \ On your job. 1 (Cantinued on page eight) I a (Continued: on Page Eight) -
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; At a meeting of the Y. M. C. A. The' Flint: Chemical Society awoke That I -could live and know the best ... )

I.. :: cabinet the problems of the Associa- from ita summer siesta Wednesday The John Marshall: Debating Society of life, .adbttSf.tTi'
tion were discussed last Wdnesday evening fresh for renewed fermentations I I held its regular weekly meetingat And knowing, put my all into the )IkhKnittrd,7jure

/; might The general attitude of those in the scientific and chemical 10 a. m. Saturday, Sept. 24. task Silk SCtlJ6OUDCO'o :

present was that each officer and each fields. O. M. Berg was the man at The meeting was called to order by Of making light the burdens and the /
chairman of a committee must unfailingly the helm and business followed. strife,
I Pres. J. Velma Keen, and the orderof SCORES or FA1TggNot \
work"and co-operate with the I K. Schwartz was chosen ag secretary business proceeded.Mr. Of the oppressed-' is all that I purduagl,lot
others and that the co-operation of all and treasurer to fill Burton's could ask. lime at FaraiEk titJ
I Carlton made motion that
a a
''i the students on the campus should place, who is not attending. A com- I for $2';
delegate to the University Debating
be sought. mittee of Crago and Schwarzt were SEA SERVICE POPULAR 3 fl
Council, to represent the Law College, .. $51
It was definitely decided that at appointed to attend to the programs. 6 If
Be elected. The motion was carried I
least one social be given every month. Another important committee was Mary had such stunning ways, $7.Q !!
and Mr. L. C. Crofton chosen. C wanted
I These socials will be of a different chosen (after the motion was carried) was She rolled 'em 'neath the knee; cr moan u refunded rrpRtafel 1 I
Mr. Thompson made motion that .!
I nature, so far as possible, each time to go before the Budget Committee to a And ev'rywhere that Mary went, Ca1't/al1 yaeld ia load
and will be and appropriation for funds be appropriated to buy a flag The all to 8.q .
I everything done to make try secure some men went see. ovaPo1&Treadwell"
and banner to the law
fly over
them interesting and attractive. The us from the Budget, as the Flint
lege. Mr. Crofton amended this
nature of them has not ben definitely Chem. has no other means of support motion Patronize 'Gator advertisers. .
decided, but very likely one night will than its members and is equally as to also buy a gavel for the pres- 25 Astor W.coats 33d 8t.N.t.

be a night of games and a general efficient and beneficial in its line as ident. The motion was carried.Mr. 4It 'JM"""' .01 fjiW .f":"

good .ime. Another will be a "stuntnight" any society on the campus. Crago, Crofton gave a talk about the t Jverything!; Elcetrical AGENT
Law College exhibit at the State Fair j WANTED
in which different groups will McCjendors and Weedon were ap This neckwear b anonf the chokofta
j put on a "stunt. One night may bea pointed.A and instructed all Rats_n___ of__ the____ _JAW.. t JOS. J. SEYKORA I erf par tU'SAdoffl aid to toe hence DU chowa mute,to tloogh tefln.m,

program night with music and read- third committee, of Schwartz, College to buy and wear rat caps. f
I F Phone 107
Mr. S. W. Getzen f Gainesville Fla. I
former memberof
ings. Anyone with suggestions or Chenzer and O'Bryant, was appointedto
John Marshall ... ... .
ideas Society, paid us a ..
I for a good night should see the get the refund of $11.75 paid to Patronize 'Gator advertiser
chairman of the social 'committee. the Seminole for a page, which was visit and gave a short talk on "How I
much he enjoyed his .....
not sojourn at the
It was decided that the athletic: published.
committee should volunteer assistance I Following this a lecture by Dr. University of Florida." "

: to Dr. :Manchester and the Minor Black on the benefits to be gained After the initiation of a few new ( r

Sports Committee. This has been from a society of our type, which members the society adjourned.AGRICULTURAL SUITSWith -1.'

done and by the time this goes to was, as his daily lectures, instruct- .&
i press there will be volley ball nets ively entertaining. Dr. Leigh's lecture CLUB .'

I top, and balls available. Footballs was on the broadness of the ,

may be gotten to be kicked and played Chemical Field, which convinced all The program rendered at the meet- Two Pairs _. ;
f with by those not out for the newcomers of the broadness of the ing of the Ag. Club September 26, .J>

,: team. Posts and horseshoes for horse- head of the Chemical Department.Fred gave the Freshmen and Sophomores :at: Pants:.

I shoe quoits are to be put in a number Weldon, who put the backbonein I information concerning the various '" .

of places to amuse those who do our society, stated that the Flint courses in which the students can .., $31.50

\ not enter into more violent sports, Chem. was a melting pot for the specialize. { .
euch as volley ball. A croquet court ideas of all those taking purely scientific Jack Dyer mentioned the bright : -$32.50

; is under construction in front of the courses and that scientific men future of chemistry in Florida; A. J. I ij.

I" Y. :M. C. A. room and before long it had a tendency to retire among them- Geiger, in a few words, brought out ; 4 35.00 ;

will be ready for use. selves.. Fred knows. the success that is to be expected for

i The regular This completed the program. men interested in Animal Husbandry; v, $42.50 :
Wednesday night service R. S. Dowdell told
t Adjournment.For something of the
..a.u__in. the. Y.._ :M.. .C. A._ is_to be con--__ Smith-Hughes Act and the aualifica-. K Best *. ,
unuea; ana it is noped that it will -
1 Future Use tions required for a teacher of agriculture ; : :
become better
attended. An interest- New Man-"I think I'll grow a in such schools. The importance Money
ing program will be arranged > Can
'J every moustache. of Agronomy was brought out BuyOVERCOATS
week and a special committee is to Senior-"Are you a senior?" by L. D. Stewart; E. M. Schabinger, r >
have it .
incharge. Music is being New Man-"No, I'm a Freshman, in a short talk, told the economical Y(
;i arranged for to help out At most of but by the time it grows out I'll be a value of horticulture.The $18.50 to $32.50 .j
i the .
meetings leader
some in the stu- Senior." changes in the old constitutionwere
dent body will have charge and from 4y
read and the proposed constitu- BUY y
time to CLOTHES
time an off-the-campus speaker tion will be
"bigger" Florida voted on October 10. A
will be brought in. NOT CREDIT
Everybody The officers and chairmen of committees revised copy is posted in the Agricul-
come over and join in on Wednesday are: General secretary, Geo. tural building. All Ag. Freshmenand

/ night 6:30 to immediately 7. after supper from .I E. White; president, J. F. Merrin; old men are invited to attend a Men's Fashion Shop

vice-president, George Stanly; secre- "get-together" a't the Ag. building
I The hearty co-operation of all students tary, to be elected; treasurer, G. B. Monday evening, October 3. Ice Court Arcade, Tampa, Fla.
1 is earnestly desired. If the Y. Simmons. cream and cabbage leaves will be"

: M. C. A. is to be a success it is necessary Chairmen of committees: Social, served. L. D. STEWART,

I that everybody get behind it L. C. Croften; Athletic, A. N. Sollee; Reporter.Do t-------------------1
and make it go. There is plenty for Bible Study, Lance Richbourg; Sug-

it to do, but Mr. White nor the officers gestions, R. P. Terry; Publicity, G. your sleeping in the afternoon. tt I UNIVERSITY MEN I

1 can not do it all. Let's all get A. Milam; Mission Study, H. C. John- Come to Sunday school i nthe morn- I I I

together for a "better" as well as son; Room, J. A Winfield. ing. Who
I t patronize the White House Dining Room have the satisfaction I

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FOR PHYSICAL EXAM. I track teams, composed of five ath-- I
NATION OF STUDENT BODY letes from Stetson and Florida uni- .... ............. .).. ....

versities may be sent to this city ,
The Department of Hygiene, under during fair week to compete in vari- a \
the examinations ofUc ous events for several handsome i
hose auspices gold : :
medals which i C- ,
student-body are conducted, has are to be offered. If -; -
the plans mature the meet will be ... ._ .. .
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to : .;
[arranged for specialists care .,
: staged at the fair ground under the -' -. .'
the various parts of the examination. auspices of the State Fair Associa- 1- r"II'',. I '1 f
of rapid effective tion. -,- ,.. ,
This permits more and \[ -: i. :' i'
i examination and it is planned "While the details are not completeat 1\\ -1 .:.:.. -: .

to complete the whole student- the present time the committee in t' I ,;
body by the middle of October. In charge of the feature is working hard ,.
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to do this the hearty cooperation to 1 -
order, bring the project to a successful .A.. ..
of every student is requested.On conclusion.If r _
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October 1st notices will be posted this competitive track program .
4i for the juniors and seniors to appear between stars from the two leading 't. .
for physical examination. It is colleges of the State is finally sched- : ; -;.",.,. ,
one-half of each class uled it --
expected that will no doubt arouse a larg or ,
examined in one examination amount of .
I can be interest in Jacksonville C :
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period. All Freshmen and Sophomores and among the many visitors to the r+- -
who have not been examined Fair from other parts of the State. .- .".f -
(before October 1st will begin to receive Both institutions have a large ..alumni -i i1T
I cuts for failure to appear. residing in Jacksonville to whom .
[ "There'will be individuals who will this card would offer stellar enter- -. -
1 require a second more thorough ex tainment." :

amination. In order to allow time This is the first of this idea that : .
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1ii before the 15th of October for this the Alligator has had wind of, but it in..faifa- ..,
examination of these students it is seems good. The Fair is the second '. ," The Question- :: < t:. _
.. absolutely necessary to finish the in- week in November and if it is possible ,'
itial examination.The the meet should be arrange;!. I'. .,i."i. ?- .. of thoroughly reliable, snappily styled clothes for : ';.i -, ..:. t
clinical staff this year consistsof "Boy, page Solles and Capt. Atkin- young men and older men who want to stay young t '
Drs. Tillman and DePass, who will son." has been definitely settled once and for all by the $
care for the students through the newly arrived stocks of the fine and famous Fit- ; r ,
year, Drs. Smith, Dell and Waldo for :Messrs. J. M. Bryan (Cowboy) __ form garments. '.

the examination period, after which Simpson, Francis: Parker, Markim, FITFORM SUITS Styles I that say "Pep tailoring that says "Bench- .- ..
they will be retained as consultants.This Yarnoff and Boyd have applied for ARE PRICED AT +
made, prices that Economy these < '
say -
assisted $35
will be
staff of clinicians positions of assistant
managers points In your favor urge you to have the Porter f 4
Connell, the full-time the football team. With these THERE RANGE ON
Mrs. worthymen
by and Fitform labels in your new Autumn Suit.Why 'ti t-
nurse. The Department is under the assisting we feel sure that UP IN EASY STAGES .' : : Y.

direction of Dr. A. W. Sweet. Hoursfor Manager Stanley will care for all the i TO $60. not take a peep tomorrow -:' !
consultation will be between 12:00 needs of the squad in the best shape. : ._

and 1:00: except Sunday. Physical Everything Men and Boys Wear ; =? +
examination will be given at this Followers of the squad will notice : .

same hour on Monday Tuesday, the absence of Beasley and Wilsky ,. -. r .. ,
Wednesday Thursday and Friday. from the last few practices. Both are + !t
out of the game because of sickness -,'. .. --. ,
COMMENTS -Beasley having trouble with his -
teeth and the "Count" is recoveringfrom
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Word has been received of the an operation. These are two

dunging of the Mississippi Stale very valuable players and their loss t JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA I
game from Jacksonville to Gaines- is felt on the squad. '

vBe. This is welcomed by the entlW: _
student body and we anticipate with Patronize 'Gator advertisers. .. ... ............ ......> >.>...........$

interest the royal struggle between .
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19UL, and Oglethorpe\ on Turkey Day.

These are three strong teams and in a z McDOWALL'S ...
Schedule which will give the people -
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this section a chance to see what I ICE CREAM UNIVERSITY MEN .
,of a team Florida has. ::?:-. -: : PARLOR ,d ,.. "i ,

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_r .. MINOR SPORTSThe .-" .,. .
;I.: _:; : :THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR minor sports will play a large i ''
__ 0 .;' I part in University life this year.
DEPARTMENT will be inter-college, inter-
//Truman Green Editor-in-G>hiei class, inter-sectional, and if possible, It THE :HART SCHAEFNER & MARX.

.Pete Barris Managing Editor inter-fraternity contests in football, "
', Glover Miller ..Assistant Managing Editor I basketball, 'soccer, volley ball and t ,.. :' : STYLES FOR FALL 1921
Henry, Fuller and Murray Cohen ....... ...,_, .. Athletic Editors I track. Practice wil start in the next f. .
Franklin West, Harrold Klock, Murray Cohen.._....: ... ..w-. --Reporters- week for football, and the volley ball t
x; K. Hanson, Ed. Woodberry, Parmenter, Ozzy Bie, H. E. Knight nets are already up. t .; ARE NOW' READY- .. ,: ,,"
and R. W. Ray :.- .. Contn utorsBUSINESS Two tennis tournaments are prom- f -' ',#
I ised to the devotees of the ..raquet, '
"Aleck White .Business Manager i one in the determine fall, and another the University in the :' New colorings, new Fashion Ideas, new Fabrics Prices are 1 1I I
spring to e .
Assistant Business Manager
Hf race championship.It ee one-third lower than those Fall 1920._ ,

: 'J' Entered,as second-class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at is interesting to know that there I t .
Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1879. will be a 'varsity team in swimmingthis .
which will compete with
year ,
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purpose" in Peabody and Language Halls. \ I.

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Several years ago the University of Florida was but a small Saturday- I -
institution and many were the skeptical remarks as to its ever be- Ethel Clayton In t ,.
coming: a college of real importance. Today we witness the culmi- "THE CITY SPARROW" ee
nation of a dream of years ago. The growth of the University has I T BROTHERS -1 1e
been in keeping with that of the state, both of which have been I Monday WOLF i
little short of phenomenal. The passage of the "Buckman Act" George Arless In ,
was the torch that lighted the fires of higher education in the "THE DEVIL" I TAMPA, FLORIDA I
state. Dr. Murphree was called to the presidency in 1909 and Wednesday-
I' from that time to the present day there has been a steady, gradual Charlie t.I I
increase both in attendance and in general interest throughout Chaplin In ,
THE KID" -- -- 4II .. --. .!
I' the state. New buildings have been added; more professors
called to the various chairs; the enrollment has jumped from 10:5: Six Reels of Joy
,: in 1909 to 862 so far this year. The total valuation of the grounds Thursday- other, teams all over the State, as football whenever they have !leis
and equipment during the year 1909 was $660,000, while today the Viola Dana In well as boxing and wrestling teams, time, such' as just after supper.Them
University plant is valued at over $1,000,000. We have jumped "The MATCH provided the material shows up well. will be two volleyball nets for eW
in one leap from the ranks of obscurity to one of the leading col- BREAKER"Friday Boxing and wrestling classes will be dormitory, and croquet grounds isd
leges in the entire country. This is no idle boast but is based upon started in less than a month. quoit grounds in front of the *Y."

facts and figures, which may be found in educational journals all Mary Pickfprd In The Y. M. C. A. minor sports committee If the Gym. courses turn out sen*
over the country. Last year the faculty of the University of "POLLYANNA"Continuous are putting up all kinds of ap- good gymnasts there will be" a gja-
Florida was third among the leading colleges in the country in pliances and equipment inside and nastic exhibition given in the sprint,
proportion to Ph. D. men among its members. This is a matter Show-3:30 fo 11:00 outside of the dormitories, so that but this, like all the.rest of the min r
that every Floridian and especially every student of the Univer- the students may have an opportunity sports, depends entirely on the students -
sity should be proud of. The outlook for a successful season this to play volley ball, basketball or themselves.Putting .
year is especially bright. The''Governor of the Stat'is especially !!

_interested'-_:___ _in.1..1.the.._ welfare___,_ _10 of,,_the_ University.. .. .. and. a.letter,. sent to_the ...
uuaiiman ui. LUC -uuuiu ui uiiuui snows tiiat ne ills the very best ANTHONY'S _4II --'
wishes of the institution at heart. This letter, mailed to Hon. P. t 1
K. Yonge, chairman of the Board of Control, is reproduced in part I t .i
below: < .
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"In a communication from Doctor A, A. Murphree, president of e t.
the University of Florida,'I was much pleased to note that the at- t rI
.I tendance at the University now numbers eight hundred and two stu ,) .
dents. In conversation with Doctor Edward Conradi, president of the t Le I,
.3 Florida State College for Women, I learned that the attendance at
this institution numbers six hundred and thirty-three and would I
I have been a great deal larger if there had been means of taking care I e Em Over ( (

of all'who had applied for admittance.. A very large increase in attendance I
is noted at these institutions, which would have been Ii
greatly -
j increased in the case of the State College for Women, but for the i \ I Ie

**. reasons and above a capable stated. faculty With a, they very start fine student the new body school at each year institution with- e r We're doing it it i I Ie I It

every promise of a very successful term. I cannot let the opportunIty t -- in Neckwear .-.l---
t pass without writing you as Chairman of and representing the I
Board of Control, an expression of the pleasure it has given me to t I'i"y. :. I
i / note, not, only the increased attendance which logically means increased t '- .
i usefulness, but the optimistic spirit which pervades the fac- 1
ulty and student body at each of these institutions. With their increased t y' :',. *"..' '*, ,

spheres of usefulness.these institutions are each year mak- t Putting 'em over at under prices- ,.:: i '
ing for themselves a larger place in the hearts of the people. As ex- ....... {
officio Chairman of the State Board: of. _Education, which Board incol1aboratio'n t 'OIl,4.:
agement, rean.with with. the pardonable Board of pridfe Control'fcefer is charged to them with as our their greatest man- t .: Silk and Knit Scarfs in every conceivable style:-the'; ot

asset." *- JI it&*
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neatest figured patterns, the newest novelty effects to z.
What more need be said hoc iWe have every assurance I1 ,
that the University of Florida will keep on growing and outstrip I : stunning mixtures, sweeping stripes.THERE'S .
all former records. ,
Every student of.this institution should be vitally ,
concerned with everything that will help in this development. : :
The University will be judged in ,
part by its student body and ..-'
with an optimistic, hard working, level headed team of nearly a t A "DOLLAR SPECIAL"-THAT CAN'T.BE BEAT SO COME '

f thousand men there is no obstacle that can loom! up too large to 4 "- RIGHT IN AND LOOK THEM OVER ... "

be overcome. e : ; ( .\ ) '" _
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The genial editor of The Gainesville Daily News caused .., -
many :
f a blush last week with his editorjalTpomment on the initial edition ,
of The Alligator. In return we might say that we know of no
one man who has been of so much help to the staff as Elmer Mc- tt "
Creary, General Manager\ of The News. He has been ready at all t ye : M I
:times to offer advice and assist in '
every way possible and we feel -
deeply indebted to him for his kindly aid. .t .

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,1 .. T'F. West Editor. : Breakfast '7:15." to 8:15.: ,: :,_ r. ;- .- ._ ". ..k :' ',: ;$25.00...- per. month.t,
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ELECTION OF Y. M. C. A. + : : : : \ : : ._',' .
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'brilliant affair of the past &>?\, :t OFFICER + : 0 .
k the annual rat dance1 siv? <&:;"' *., fBecsuse .: '. : '. r .. .
,was fraternity at the.| Lk**. v the .' -' ''' j-i"'RAMSEY'SBOARDING.. .. .. / .' '
failure :
- *list P. K Frid'ay A. evening, September to the 9 University of to E.return A.- ++ :;: !' :o : 'f' : ... .,. ..J.-, ..:....,:' ,

.. + .!.. HOUSE _.. >:: "
*- Clayton an election must be c :. : a.r.
usual, the old-time pep for + held to select his successor. At"the -; ,: -;;:' ...: '. ,.' '1.

h the Pikes are noted, predomiand + spring election he was .. ".' _'':? OPPOSITE BUCKMAN z

was engendered into the elected secretary and now that + ," >', .
'W guests. Streamers of garnet + office will be refilled. According ? <; .

lOW, the fraternity color ', were + to custom the Y. M C. A. cabi- .. ,,.,.....,.. '_. ". .' .
round about the ceiling, while + net recommends to the student + : : .- ; ,
gag .
' ;waDs were decorated with numer- + body Dan Leisher, a Senior. .;'< 4 ". -. :. -- ,' ,. .. .
-, artistic other .: ." ." ..
peasants producing an Any nominations shouldbe + i' Good Eats Plus Good Fellowship .
+ turned in to Secretary White *
.Jt punch was served throughout + or Jim Merrin. The election + ,
evening, while beautiful select + will be held at chapel, October + f
t were rendered by Bob Swanson's + 7, 1921. +
1 Orchestra) + + + + + + + + i

[Dancing was enjoyed until the wee
hours of another day at which K. A. POP DANCE
all exchanged good-byes, assur- I !.................................. ...........

g the hosts of a delightful evening. The Beta Zeta chapter of the Kappa : *
Alpha fraternity entertained with a
WOMAN'S CLUB DANCE pop dance at their attractive home op
I West University last Saturday afternoon Z FELLOWS'i'i
Among the various social functions .

t week was the Script Dance giventhe your you

Woman's Club, the:proceeds to i The first regular meetinig of the t our nice boxes of .
toward building the attractive clube Athletic'Association will be held :

; they have started on West Uniersity Tuesday, Oct. 4th., at 7 o'clock in the r
k avenue. t FRESH CANDIES

There was a large attendance of

tags:, due to the fact that a gOOdy Gym.CAMPUS DOINGS And when you want to "Say it With Flowers" let us have your order a few
"old' men" initiated their rats '
,. .hours ahead and we will furnish you with the choicest to be gotten vf
into Gainesville's brilliant society for ,. .
[their first time. How the mighty re fallen! Whereare fresh from the Hot House :.:?,,;" f
r (Cody's Orchestra furnished musicfor .
the high school seniors of June, a ,} '- :
the occasion, and dancing was en- who were the lions of the day but -e *

joyed by all until a late hour. four short months ago? Alas, how ,. MILLER'S : .
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changed They are seen in green : '
which .- '-- ] "Agents for'c; :
caps, they touch respectfullyand *

run whenever they see a Sophomore + .''S 'vHlnIANS.NUNN LLYS CROWN LOG CABIN :
in the offing. Indeed, they have .
passed from the sublime to the ridic- I

Rat. McAlister, affectionately knownas ....... .. ..................................

McSweeney, was seen with a young
lady on college night at least his I
i ; ants. Bill has proven his mettle spring and carried off with him the :Mrs L. A. Bize visiting John Bize.
head could be seen towering over her, .
tho his body was completely hidden. many times as a "yeller" for the highest honors of the University.The They were all very much impressedwith > >
the University! and, the beautyof
teams during the past years and is the
Rat Evans has published an articleon there with the goods. Charlie, the rat lines at mess are growing campus.

"The Uses and Abuses of Red musical wonder, and Pete, the little longer every day, to the delight of
f / Hair. This'should surely be of uni- boy full o' pep, are both very well "Tootie". Perry. He says he loves, to It's funny how an added featureto
versal interest. fitted for their positions, as was dem- see so! many of the little dears! a person's face will cause such a
Fri- marked resemblance to that of an-
onstrated at cheer practice last
Match races have become very day night. A better selection could Boys, lookout for the rats! They're other. The little lip scarfs that are

t popular indoor sport amongst the not have been made, and if the stu- small, but they're noisy! now worn by George'Milam and Duke
Freshmen. In fact, 'so popular that dent body will fulfill the orders given RAT PARMENTER.Quite Baya make them look so much alike

some Freshmen's floors are clean by these men, there is no doubt but that their similarity is astounding.

now, to say nothing of their noses. what the University of Florida will a coterie of representativesfrom --
.... in the "Chick" Chillingworth has had to
be the most.spirited University Tampa were in the University
Rat Knight has the copyright on a South. City last week-end visiting their sons retire to the infirmary on account of

new boxing step, which he has clev- -.- -' >and friends who are attendants of the illness.
1 L erly named "Ye old-fashioned sewing We v ere;all glad to have Herbert University. Among those presentwere
.'society' I machine." He gave an exhibition the Ford with us this past week-end; Mr. and Mrs. J C. McKay and Splendid rooms for rent. Apply

BrandTWEEDS other day, and received great ap- even through it was for a short time. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Raney, visiting 113-115 West University avenue.
plause. His motto is, "Hit in the Herby d@ft< ,Sunday for England, wherehe Allen McKay; :Mr. and Mrs. O. N.

1 dark, let the blows fall where they will take up a three-year course at Bie and Norman Bie, visiting Os- All we ask of you is to try our
'I- may." Oxford University as a Rhodes monde Bie; Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Harris Kodak finishing just once. Van- -

scholar. He graduated from here last visiting Bob Harris, and, Dr. and Eickel's Studio, south side square.
The fight waged thick and hot and
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bloody Saturday afternoon. Casualties I
For Men and I were many, as the inexorable
. '
i Young Men Sophomores led the victims trembling !

tc the torture, while the gallery spectators I I
:Made In
shouted for blood, and those in I
Two, Three and ,Four the pit wondered when their turn 1
: would come.'I

For the Button Well Dressed Models Man A few timorous rats did little more
than wave their fists, that is, glovesat

Society Brand **" each other, evidently 'trying to ,
scare each other to death.

But the majority went to it with a

will, and accomplished bloody results. : Meet Me There _

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Pep and enthusiasm is bound to ,. .."" :";'
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H/ ; reign supreme at all our athletic ;, .' ; "" -.:.. '
this Last Friday at
games year.
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chapel Bill Bivens, by popular choice, .
Jacksonville, Floida was elected cheer leader, with Charlie -- ', ... .

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look Good. Stanley, Haines, and series going to the winner of .e.1

ro Creary give indications of having to I"The first game will be played on the HUTTO AND SCHOENBORN

flip a' coin for quarter.. Yes, the old home grounds of the National League Tampa, Florida
"In the event that either Pitts- I
li long .suit-our line-is still there. team. ICE CREAM, LUNCH AND CIGARS
finish first
burg or Cleveland should .
Capt. Perry at center is showing two series games will be played in 508 Franklin Street
them how-also showing his brother
the National League city the next
THEY'RE OFF! how. Tolbert Rosenhouse, Wuth-
American League
two in the
4 ___ rich, Gunn, Robertson, Doty, Buck the details 1X
and s oon. Those arranging -
Twenty strong the 'Gator squad has Carlton, and Norton are there with of the series were the league SPORTING GOODSFootball

r gone forth to do battle. If "pep" the goods.On presidents with Judge Kenesaw M.

and backing is a true barometer of a the wings, Renfroe, who plays Landis, baseball commissioner. President Baseball --
good team we have it. At practice end and half equally well, Merrin, John Heydler of the Nationals, Hardware of all Kinds

{t, the work of the student body shows Button, Thomas, Swanson Morgan, won the toss and the first game for
up promising and the send-off the Burnett: gentlemen, take your choice. his league. See? Us
"Boys" got from the band and the Camp Benning represents unusual -
:rest of us is predicative of a big aspect in being a totally unknown a THE THOMAS COMPANY :
Yale easily beat Bates by a score
year with plenty of ginger. team of probably very strong Phone 22
of 28 to 0. Pennsylvania swamps Del-
The last week of practice has filled calibre. With 'worlds of materialthe hard aware University 89 to 0; Harvard WEST SIDE OF SQUARE
the heart of army men should prove a
I every on-looker with who defeats Boston University, 10 to 0 and t
the 'Gators
I nut to crack for '
great expectations. Beginning Saturday 16 to 0.Yale's .
littl two week'spractice.
have only a cover
ii with
a crowd that made Fleming
P Field look as if a .
young game
warriors will carry numbers 1,
was progressing the varsity and seconds Let your next Suit be aFASHION
their suits this This is a 4
have had
their fill of scrimmage. .
practical assistance to the spectators 4
: Following Dixon's kick-off over the -
goal on Saturday a gruelling contest Rollins is in a good humor. A foot- who may follow the plays by following >-'. PARK 4

J with no intermissions waged for an ball squad of 30 men, the largest i the numbers and identifying the 4

Itour. Florida's weak point in for- number ever to turn out for the team, wearers on the score-card. ,i- OR 4
head- ---=
mer years-her back fieldseemsnow causes the cheerful newspaper
to be one of her strongest as- line, "Rollins Gridiron Prospects Harvard will mail 125,000 application .r FITFORMSOLE +
sets. The interference is good and Bright. Wait until they lock horns blanks for the five big games to .'.- I

the way Anderson, Pomeroy, Newton, with the 'Gators. its alumni of 25,000. How many do -< -:? : .
Harkness, Renfroe, and Carlton ,skirt we send out? .. .: AGENTS
the ends is a sight good to see. Al- The World's Series are to start

l: though Dixon wasn't in Saturday his Oct. 5. The prices have been fixed Of the big three in football, the PHIFER BROS. DEPT. STORE
:' work at later practices lived up to all ranging frpm $1 for the bleachers to bulldog and crimson will have their
promises.At $6 for the lower grandstand seats. second game on October 1, as will
I full LoBean and Merrin also There will be nine games played, the the Tigers. Competition is so strong Gainesville, Florida
between the three that there is seri-
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t I'' I LARGE DISPLAY ON FALL AND WINI I Perry our genial football

captain, has been giving some mar-
\ t TER GOODS I velous exhibitions of his enormous MARABLE'S STUDIO

strength this week by accomplishingthe

t Large assortment, all kinds of colors and pure wool. extraordinary feat of lifting three NORTH SIDE .

I Our prices ,are very low. We make any styles guaranteed good-sized men completely from their SQUARE-OVER. MILLER'S
position their floor. Several "rats"
t to fit you. Special offer of 5 per cent discount to University
expressed dubious sentiments as to
t students. So drop in and let us show you our line.REMEMBER his capabilities and were given special Official Photographer! of Seminole for Seven Years

1 exhibitions by the "always-willing-to- I
t WE GUARANTEE TO FIT YOU L l accommodate-you" youthful Hercules
I r
the Any "rat" who feel .
,lof campus.
I I NICK DAMATO I any doubt or misgivings 5s to thej 1 I

i Cleaning Pressing Repairing I'I veracity of the above statements may; Especially equipped to handle your kodak finishing. t I
: ,
t r rI request a special! exhibition if he so (

"' desires, in order to remove1 the exist-
i I
ence of aforementioned doubt. DAILY SERVICE
1: a
------------------ election J
I: In an held during the
of the -
I .............................. course last Friday, our regular friend chapel Bill exercises Bivens; I---L .

was chosen as cheer leader for the ;;;; =

University this year with Charlie

Regero and Pete Harris as his assist- .

,. I ants. The voting was attended by

.- ..t. ..> J_' ._" ,_< -. every mark of interest, and the crowd
seemed perfectly pleased at its acute
: I udgment, and ready to follow these
,.. '' <
STUDENTS < noise-producers be in whatever j; .,,.- ," '-
methods {i!
they may decide : r '
., upon. :: BOYS -
ATTENTION! Bill, who was presiding over the : ;: .-'
meeting, had to retire with the other

nominees while the votes for cheer
leader were being cast. Elected bya We know you are not millionaires or born I J

i I If tremendous maority, he returned, with
We will allow you one-third off of regular list on to vigorous applause. The same was a silver spoon in your mouth. Sove

true for Charlie Regero after the simultaneous
Laundry work. All work, called for and delivered. voting for the two assist- have priced our Shoes accordingly. ,
ants had been
Pete Harris
was unfortunately --<
b not present at th* '
i .-., moment of his election. As most of -

i. .: .- cheer the student body was present, the new_ }{ : .f T \
: leader showed at once that he .- J
: meant business by calling the first : ;

'" cheer practice of the in the .- .
: '
: gym '
WEAVER : ".;, ,thatevening.; : <. :. .

jt.i. The two pep experts -
expressed their .,
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x appreciation in sincere terms, and, indeed .
"!. + the outlook is bright in this important
LAUNDRY ,,,,, .
--. : :: field, dedicated as it is to the .' UNITED
.; supPOrt of student morale and the inspiration STORE ,-

_ { --I' of school spirit. We'll have .
some; great yells this year, with Pete '- 111 West University Avenue

I Harris' persuasiveness, and Charlie
Regero's well-known humor, and Bill
I ,
Bivens' voice of bell-like timbre. It

would be hard to find a better com-

bination than these three.WILLIAM y

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jibing in Groceries and The> first regular meeting of the I f j '
Good Sake Drink. t COMPANYDruggists Benton, Engineering Society was asusual t
DELIGHT COFFEE full of"pep," particularly to on |
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this when
,_ the new.men have.
Pictures f
and fI
been welcomed into our midst. .j.. .. .. -.- Pens'n
President Leisher showed his fore- --- .... ..... --- ,-.. -- i
sight in cutting the regular business! I See ,
of the Society to a minimum, for it (Vidal Drug:
A Complete Line of Gents' FurnishingsOur took considerable time to show the '

Prices Will Suit"You Freshmen adequately and convinc- '[I For Drugs Articles, Stationery, Candies ,

SOUTH SIDE SQUARE ingly how glad we were to have them t|Souvenir Cards Waterman |

with us.The -- -- ..... ..... ... ..... -- -- .
formal welcome to the
new men I
-- ... ... had been slightly delayed by one of FE&&I8
e the Freshmen being accused of several Boys, when you plant Seeds, be sure to get them from

misdemeanors, each of them, according I
to the of the learned
statement -
SPEEDIE'S PLACE' I Gainesville, : : :? Florida
Honorable Judge Count Yarnoff,
sufficient, if proved true, to bar the BJgggggffiffiffil
for University Students and Vocational Men.
Headquarters I Freshman from ever joining the illus- ..... ..... --- -- -- ,-.. ,-.. -- -
trious Society of Benton Engineers.
:Meet them there for. Soft Drinks, Cigars, To II The case, after a strict trial, having JOHNSON'S PHARMACY I If

baccos, Candies, Stationery and Souvenir .been disposed of, with the accused Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods |
Cards. I released on probation, the Initiation t We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only |
II Committee took charge. purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered. J
I The Freshmen, the majority of t Gainesville, Florida. I
them that animal who, ..... ... -_ ... ... -- ,-.. ,-.. --
411 _ __ resembling
though his meat is sweet and tender,
has won renown because of his cour- DO BUSINESS WITH
age-the rabbit-were assured of a
Gainesville Electrical Supply Co. good time. Several of them mentioned I THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK"The I

that the B. E. S's "good time" does
New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2,500,000 '
FLASHLIGHTS LAMP SHADES not resemble the "College Night.
The old men fully agreed with this,
.-. -:- but explained that we engineers must i f affiSKffi
be original, even though the Fresh-
;'. When you need anything electrical drop in and see us men do not approve of it. THE PHIFER STATE BANK

.. ;:After a very dignified and impressive J
ceremony, conducted with great m Strong, Safe and Accommodating

512 EAST MAIN STREET. : TELEPHONE 122 ability and precision by the Initia-
tion Committee, a ceremony which
taught the Freshman a great deal
t about this wonderful organization, the Popular Goods at Popular Prices at
new men became members of the I
f Benton Engineering Society. Following BURKHIM'S
,E. DROP IN this the new members, assured of .

the good will, friendship and broth-

:Ii OTTO F STOCK : erly love of the upper classmen, informed -
that cakes of ice form a most
comfortable, pleasing and cooling UNIVERSITY MEN! '
TAILOR seat, left with extraordinary agility '
t. t and satisfaction while the old men on You are always ..

: I both sides of the walk tried to shake I
Alteration Cleaning Pressing Welcomed at c
and wish them
hands with them
Phone 354 Gainesville, FloridaGOODY'S t "good night."
t We, the old members of the B. E. BOWERS SHOE STORECome

.. ... with
look back pleasureto
------- iiiiiiililN S. can truly
this meeting, knowing we have in and make yourself at home
done our best in welcoming the new
East Main Street, South
1' : men into our midst and that an enjoyable -
time was had by all present. i" f.'a I J: IP'o >-- -'-:-" !."'-'' J r i lr

., :We hope the next meeting of the So- j ,
; DINING ROOMGAINESVILLE ciety will leave all concerned in as j J -- i ::: rr-l[ o::.:.- .-:. : -1' 41:.. rEI

pleasant a state of feeling. j
Abie Goldfish
Invites you to take your meals with them while in the city.
I haf got a leetle boy. His name 13
Strictly American, all home cooking. A variety of foods Abie. He goes to Sunday School. :r., Basement Language Hall
served all hours of day until 12 p. m.- Prices cheap as any
Last veek der teacher was oxplaining
place. New Line of University Jewelry and Stationery,
about der Ten Commandments and
108 East Main Street asked Able vot vould happen if he Large Assortment of Pennants, Freshman CapsMemory

broke vun. "I would haf nine left,'* Books, Etc.
said Abie. He is a smart poy.
Der oder nite ve expected lice Everything For the Student

SHHffiffiliffirDORAN'S Ksnotsky und vife, Rikka, to call onus : ..
!' I .....,...
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BICYCLE SHOP so Yen eight o'clock come my i. !. ;-::: "" :" -; """" :[ -
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i East Main Street !Ii wife told Abie it vos time for him to
t The Alachua Restaurant and Lunch Room
i! BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRS Q1 i go to bed. Abie said he was afraid I
I to go by der bed.in a dark room all t REDUCED PRICES
SSffifHifHaHaa alone. My wife said dat der room For Ladies and Gentlemen .
was filled mit angels and dat dey t Half Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot \

IOA iNiMii-o l vould protect him. So Abie_ goes to I Phone... ..- ,-507.. --... .... --its -- --Gainesville-- .... --Florida..... ... 4

SEE KESSLER I bed.Soon -- - -- -- --o- -- -- .....
j t
again Abie come back mit not 1
For all kinds of Hauling and Moving: In case you need wood t i much on, much to der amusement of CHESNUT'S SHOE PARLOR I t

Ike Ksontsky und vife, Rikka. SOUTH SIDE SQUARE
. ..... - -- -- -- ... --., vife."Vot's der matter Abie?" said my t Electric Shoe Repair Department Work Guaranteed t

.............. .. ...... "vedder"I vant der to angels ask you are,"in said my Abie room, j... --- ... ... -- __ _4II t

+i now?" ...............................

> GAINESVILLE; FURNITURE COMPANY t "Den"Vy certainly all I can,"say said," my said vife.Abie, "is t AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY i

all biting der life
>; dot der angels are

Victrolas and Records : a out smart of me boy.in my leedle bed." He is | AND SHINE PARLOR

) .
Louis Eliades, Proprietor

, D. R. Cox, Proprietor .: .: : Telephone 86 : : 115 W. MAIN STREET, N. PHONE 139 Z

v, The "Baraca Special" leaves the B N. D. Cooper, Agent; Room 13, Buckman ;
corner of Buckman Hall about 0:30 .

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,__ -. ._...... OIl "'. '.. ,- -' beginning- of "The Kid," which will be the_ attraction-at
of the;plot ,
SOPHS AND of:the Teachers College that the club CHIPLEY HANDS OUTENROLLMENT ,
I SENIORS Lyric Theatre Wednesday
of joy
CHALLENGE First National's six Oct. $t/
FRESHMEN HOLD ELECTIONS had more than $15 due it, the com- ,
1 mittee voted to advance the amount
I '
{Continued from page one) requested and carpe it to the club's Chipley, Florida, challenges any

The Sophomore Class held its first account. other town of its size in the Stateto THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

:' \ regular meeting last Tuesday night Dr Manchester next spoke in re- show a greater attendance at the .

for the purpose of electing officers. ;[:gard to purchase gym equipment.He University this year than it has. It.is I ? "IS PREPARED TO DO YOUR JOB WORKB.
f .. Nelson Longee presided as chairman submitted a list apparatus need- 250 miles from the University, has a ?
'till the president was elected. I ed, which included traveling rings, population of 1800, and has 13 men O. Smith. 108 Thomas Hall. A. T. Moo;;
After a .rather heated race for the I parallel bars, punching bag outfits, enrolled. -
:' foremost position, Earl Jones,was de- !'i mats, vaulting horses and a few other L. C. CROFTON. '-4S -
dared the winner. President Jones articles. Dr. Manchester has plans i

then assumed charge, and after .expressing J[which call for gym equipment complete -
+ his appreciation in a brief i enough so that possibly by sometime .
speech, proceeded with the election. after Christmas an exhibition in
I One of the vital questions of the | East MainStreet, North ,
The of and treas- students might be puton I
office secretary gym work by day that has yet to be answered by
urer was the next'to be filled, Glover! I and that as time goes on interclass lawmakers is what can become of
Miller being chosen as., the official and intercollege contests maybe the mother and her young baby upon j Rev. John Conoley, S.-T. L., Rector. Telephone 629
scribe and custodian of the currency. I staged. We may even go so far their discharge from the maternity

The'vice-presidency, which was next ,!as to' have Florida .represented by a hospital. To send Charlie Chaplinto I :Sundays -Holy Mass and Sermon, 10:30 a. m. ; evening
in order;fell to Nelson Longee. K. team in competition with other ;
gym the rescue is no answer, but it is ) services. 7:45 p. m. .,
K. Hansen elected to representthe institutions.
the of greatest amount of comedy
cause t Holy Mass 7:00: a. m.
class the honor committee Weekdays- ,
upon Dr. Manchester also called atten- that was ever crammed intoa
while John. Haynes became sergeant- tion to the need of lockers in the feature length picture. That is the 4i; 4II -

at-arms. gym and the fact that at present I __ ...::::
,Immediately upon adjournment the I there was no money available for the I
newly elected officers were invited to I[I purchase of them if the apparatuswas : -
promenade between a double line of to be secured. It was the suggestion

Sophs, who bestowed their congratulations of "Bill" Bivens and the opin- ,
in a most practical, feeling ion of the committee that some action
'.' ," ,,; '.-: '.. \..,. ,-... .". ,- "" "
manner. by the student body might be the '- .

; means of prevailing on the state to ', . ; ._f .. L.r.ijj -
-Jt h $''' .
AG. CLUB HOLDS FIRST provide funds to equip the gym with : ; .r ;
I .
<' .i ,
Since Dr. Manchester was not readytc '

'. (Continued from page one) submit a definite bill for apparatusthe
club are those who, on finishing committee voted that he secure THE 'GATOR CAFETERIA

school! are the real community lead prices on equipment needed from sev-

ers. Boys, if you want to do your eral companies and submit the best r
bit in your neighborhood, come out cffer to the Budget Committee for its Opposite Thomas Hall (

to our meetings and be one of us. consideratiop, a special meeting to be

Youcannot be honest to yourself or called if necessary to have the order A.,.
i to the community in which you live, approved as soon as possible.It .' ,,, .
if you let the chance to become a was suggested by Chairman ,. ,_:: < WILL OPEN. WITH SUPPER:. *-* -
"live" man pass you by. Bivens that the committee consideran -'*-'-:\ *' -
Dr. Shealy offered some real ideas amendment to the constitution, ;-, '" *"" '"*
"* October
Wednesday 5th -
.which into which would reduced student <*
on being put practical use provide a ':. .
will make a live club full o' pep. The activity fee for the students reg- 'f: .

r new men present were accepted as istering at the University at the be- '
active members and each man becamea ginning of the second semester. : ,
cog, which helps turn the machinery Adjournment followed. I
of our society. Let's have the fIN THE STATE, INSURING WELL COOKED MEALS 't
best club on the campus and every COLLEGE FOOTBALL FOR OCT. 1 ,
*Ag." man come out at 7 o'clock each Florida vs. Camp Benning, at Co

Monday evening and do ,his part to lumbus. .
make it even better. Alabama vs. Spring Hill at Tusca- .
We must fill the room to overflowing loosa. SERVING HOURS _______ (Cafeteria Style)

next Monday night and just see Auburn vs. Howard, at Birming. ,
how much pep we can put into our ham. BREAKFAST, 7 to 9. '-. '-" '. ". -- DINNER.11:30.to 2 _
club. Be a "live Ag. man;" do not be Centre vs. Clemson, at Danville. SUPPER, -5:30-to 7:30 ". .. :. _
a "slacker. Come out, boys-old Chicago vs. Northwestern, at Chi-
men and rats. A long 'Gator for the cago. '' .

Ags." .... Furman 'vs.- Newberry. 7-., at Green SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY AND
L, D. STEWART, ville.

) Reporter. Georgia vs. Mercer, at Athens. ..... NIGHT '."
Georgia Tech. -vs.' Oglethorpe, at ;,.' t S .-:
Harvard vs. Holy Cross at Cam- ,' .' ti
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(Continued from page one) bridge.Lehigh vs. Susquehanna' at South ,;;, ; l ti;,: :., : ;,' ;: ,: : : :. ,

ing of September 19 were read and Bethlehem. -
approved. Minnesota vs. North Dakota, at : : ; '

Mr. G. B. Simmons presented for Minneapolis. ," ," ., .
the Y. M. C. A. for .._ .. ., ,
a requisition Mississippi vs. Arkansas Aggies, at Run by Students "" aF '
which included bill for : ,
$161.55, a Oxford. ,
travel expenses ,to Blue Ridge from Rutgers vs. Maryland., at New : '.

tile Y. M. C. A. secretary. After Brunswick. Truman Green ,?_ Franklin West Otis' Green .

discussion] the committee voted that South Carolina vs. Erskine, at Co- :' i L
a new requisition be presented, omit- lumbia. : 0 : : : : :
; :: ,; : < :
-.5, .
the the travel .
ting for present expense Syracuse vs. Ohio ., at Syracuse. "' -" : ,
item, in order that the committee Tennessee vs. Marysville, at Knox- '. ..-

t might inquire into the advisability ville. -" 1-'- -- -i .' --,

'. of paying-: Upon presentation of Mississippi College vs. Tulane, at .
j the revised requisition for $120.23, New Orleans. \ --.;: -
the committee voted to honor it. Navy vs. North Carolina, at An
Mr. H. S. Wilson, assistant busi- napolis.V. .

ness manager of the Alligator, pre- M. I. vs. Hampden-Sidney, at "WHERE GOOD EATS REIGN
sented a requisition for funds to the Lexington. .

amount of $129.06. It was voted to W. & J. vs. Bucknell, at Washington. -I
honor the requisition. .

t- Mr. Obryant, president of the Peabody I W & L. vs. Randolph-Macon at SUPREME"J
I Club, presented an application Lexington.
for $15 of the money due the club '! West Virginia vs. Cincinnati, at

to cover current expenses. Upon authority Morgantown.Yale .
of a statement from the dean 'I vs. Vermont, at New Haven. ..-

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