The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00363
 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 17, 1922
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: UF00028291:00363
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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+ GREATER THAN EVER T..8 S .. .I + '
Vnder Normal Conditions + + I Florida Will Be Prepared to ;
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Will Continue #
University Meet Heaviest Schedule
r. Tallahassee, Fla., Sept. 11,1922. Institutions! of University Ex- The University is proud to receive '

y To Grow The Gainesville Sun, Gainesville, Fla.I Of Its History t
plained to New Men; Pro- every new man whe enters for the
am pleased to have an oppontunity -

t"Witi prospects very bright for the to greet in behalf of the Stat gram and Social Gath- first time upon his college career here Gator varsity prospects for the year ,

: greatest year in the history of the I the large number of young men gathering ering today. Of course he is happy to- see i t"have increased wonderfully since the '\

institution, the University of Florida at the University today for en- again the old men who have been I I'opening practice on Monday in pita -

t frjgaaily opened its doors last Wed- I rollment. It is a source of much College night, one of Florida's traditions here one or more years and have established of the illness of Coach W. G. Kllrv. ;

. posy to an enrollment of approxi- [ gratification to me to know that the record of loyalty and devotion Major Van Fleet with the assistance

jnately 1,000 menwith possibilities i opening of the sixteenth year of the cane this year under the most to a the best interests and high of Captain L.V.. Amis have been F

. that the number would increase to : University promises to be the great- auspicious circumstances of any col- putting the numerous aspirants thru
ideals of Old Florida. May the new
12 to 15 hundred before the final reg-. i est and most auspicious in the historyof lege night yet. First seemingly endless signal practice as soon as Coaca
f the
catch the spirit -
;. tmtion should cease. Long lines of the institution. When I think ofI double file of rats marched into men speedily I many forms of preliminary work
I I these place and at once enter into hearty j
,', flew men extended throughout the i enthusiastic virile earnest youn? the tune of the Orange and Blue, cooperation and unselfish service to | outs to put them in shape to staH
hJJs of the various colleges on thr: men who arc giving years of severe= Kline is able to meet.tl-I squad and t
circLEd around the floor. then halted the University. i fI
the day Monday University training for'more effici-
campus all during discuss the season's plays.
. fad Tuesday, and those who were un-. ent service to the state I am inspired and joined the old men in some pep- I This they can do in many ways. I Ii The coaching staff this year will i

_ ante to get to the officers for registration with a new and confident faith: in the py yells under cheer leaders David i First, by living decent glean and moral -} be headed by Coach W. G. Kline who i

during those two days, weretsbm future material and civic welfare of Rambo. Then for a few minutes i lives, by being high minded and 'Ii has heen at the University of Flor {

of and Florid There is for Everybody shook hands with everybody i the moral ideals held before '
care= on Wednesday no reason loyal; to up ida for three years and has added to t ,
Tfcanday 'I pessimism when the flower of ocr else before the regular program them by Father and Mother Under I his already wonderful record, having;

A fhapel service was held Tuesday young manhood is giving itself to began. II the home environment. A man I coached three All-Western champion-

: morning and every available seat in: I strenuous preparation for a large service I i I After all were seated, the orchestra who is not strong enough to resist ship teams at the University of Na- .

r the Auditorium of the gymnasium i and a large lifeI would say !I began the program with a musical the temptations and exercise: a right braska before coming to the U. of F. : 1 r
; fcjflding: was occupied. wag a, new i. to these: young men that Florida IS..I selection. Then the various ac of liberties and freedom of University Major Van Fleet, first assistant to !,

eperfence for the army of ,*'rats," expecting); them to accomplish mu.h tivities of the University were ex. life will not succeed here or in I Coach Kline has proven an indispensable ;

td deep interest was manifested 11)!>] t in their- years at the University bat I plained in order. The Honor Systemwas the life to come. Second, it is his : asset to the squad since coming '

present. At the opening of the she is expecting them Accomplish. \ explained to the new men 'b;.' primary business to study. Study I to Florida last year. He is a nativeof

exercises in the chapel, the first thin; [greater things in the activities i cf I Francis; Parker, who clearly demonstrated systematically and every day. A Florida, attended West Point for ,' t

ich attracted the attention of thaAssembly their future spheres of living. the three-fold provisions of failure to do this is apt to lead in the four years, making a splendid athletic ; 1

was the orchestra under I CARY A. HARDEE, Governo-. the system, not to receive aid, not course of sixty days tt} exclusion from r record His chief success in t: l

Ju' rship of Prof. .Brown. Al t ,to give aid, and to report infringements the student body. The University is coaching before coming here was with ; .

it wag hefr jirst.. gapgarapce, bunch'I' of boys in tears he told the t: Dr. Simpson next took the not a place for loafers. Get that well the Kansas Aggies in 1920. A recent

tear"Renditions on: that I of lad as born | floor, explaining in detail the various fixed in your mind at the outset. j I addition to the coaching staff is Captain .
story a of a
rnipg! were excellent. The dev0- I I I Honorary Societies especially tlv? Third, be gentleman and will L. W. Amis as line coach. His
a you
of the from
foal exercises were turned over to woman streets a highest honor of Phi Kappa Phi. J former experience was received at t
not need to know rules or regula-
who had been driven any
out cf
J&m G. Anderson, of the Presbyn I i I' The Literary societies and their activities Wichita College in Arkansas wh9
tions. Fcurth' with all devotion
; and who had, as a babe while both '
church who read with the wire :
au- I explained by George he played tackle.
sacrifice the
uncle responsibly 1 selection from I I parents were in a drunken orgy )f I Stanley, president of the Farr Literary andnecessary2
a '
I i vice, fallen into the fire and burred organized .activities of the student I Letter men of last ,seasons' squad
he Psalms. Dr. T. V. McCaul, society. The time seemed rip?
Be hand meetings. as well/ as several members of squads '
hand off. The t' body. on at 4'Pep"
one nearly boy landed
t the Baptist church. made paM.Jr'l i for a little pep, so the rats, unaided.
dirty and ragged off a freight trainin Get on the athletic teams if you can. t of former years have been steac1.ilyarriving i
heart I the Orange and Blue in
,3tand appealing sang a way
j front of the place where the speaker Write for the cellege paper. The!I throughout the week, witn I
ie J raise roof. The student -
throne to publications
grace I <
several others of the last seasons ;
working his through the an interest in Ihe student debating
was way
]Dr. Anderson then short The Seminole the Alli-
made a and
and of societies. If can qualify for the squad that will come in during the ;: e
A. M. college agriculture you
at very telling address to the j tudat gator, were spoken for by Frederic
I that t finding I University Band, Glee Club, Masqueraders first part of next week. Notably
The -
scenes presented boy
body. First of all he plead Langworthy, editor in chief of the (
H Duncan
these is
Captain F. -
himself. and all that was best: in, or intercollege debates. In
the young men not to bn-ak I Alligator i i
t old home ties him, and then rolling up his sleeves 1 I'! James Winfield the I proportion as? you give yourselves who played a wonderful game
e simply because they I president of of brain and brawn at end last
I will rich returns from i iI year
ere and studying and working day and i i you reap your
away from home, Having; in a Student Body demonstrated the merits Six" Dickson whose educated '
4 !!! night, till he had mastered ail the student years at the University of 'Big -
er the apron-strings from I of the Budget System. "Robbie" |i iI I I another of these will arri/e i 4.
mapped : Flcrida.' Bear in mind that University was
in road mounted
i I hard places the, I your
our does not give :licen9 Robinson next told of the workings i 11
you I with Duncan, and in adition will coma r'
t''all difficulties by study and dogged "i is equal to the best in the "
nor< liberty to fall into ways of sin i of the Athletic Association. Major I'I'I Hokfnstadt star fullback who vraa
determination, at last had reaped fut t I land. Its standards recognized ;
nd an
told wonderful
of the
r : long doing. The pastors of tee t I Van Fleet i inelegible last 1
ity feel! a deep and abiding interest I the top of the hill, and stood forth a tune for Florida in the major sporti. I I:by all Universities at home and year. '

yoa 'as a student body, and triJFt glorious and splendid specimen of I He was followed by Dr. Manchester,]i I abroad, its diploma and its credits I"I"I I is The reported backfield to be material the best for in this the year history i

re stall l be a means of helpfulness !t real manhood. Physical director who explained the !!: are now accepted everywhere.
37u. t Now," he continued, 'if this poor I various minor sports. This is due to no small extent to i I i of the school as it combines

" G A. Cobb, editor of the Southern scrap of humanity, this waif cast The best speech of the evening was I I the great scholars engaged here as 1 i i both weight and spewed.form the Among the i F
I veterans that will mainstay '
i ..uatist, Was present and Dr. Murph-. adrift on the sea of life and coming without a doubt that of Dr. Mur.phrse \ ,your teachers. They are men who : ;
I : of the offense are; found Dickson,
'f ee i trodueed him in a most feiiciw in as flotsam and jetsam on a ,beaci'of I on the subject of the county have received the highest learning; :c andSimmins. !
'I' Newton, Pomeroy, Cox, Stanley
1 ) dry and unforbidding sand, as It ; which that the best Universities home i;
, manner He began his talk thus: I' I clubs, and the great service at OoUurs who are new on = ,
ladies and gentlemen and fellow 'were. could make of himself jhat r:* in getting to come and abroad can give. I
\\they render men I the .fi eM ut"have splendid records
I ts,a He seemed to know what ha did- surely all of you can do as muchor to the University. Finally, keep in mind that your I them Barchan COte,
behind ,
=! are:
.4 .:eajHy!i> the term "fellow rate", and more. "And you will, do so. "If I;I I 1 John Sharpley told of the St. An- professors at the University of Flor-i i Hokenstadt, Matthews and Murphie.
You. There is where the pine
: 4 .e fjadent p bunch seemed to "catch Is In "1{t drews' Brotherhoodwhich he says. i5t'nonsectarian ida are warmhearted, kindly, sympathetic I For the "end positions is found a .
+ t" i* a moment. From that will come; have you got it In you? fraternity.Mr. Christian
secori and not a men ready to serve 1! world material which under the
:: s he had that crowd of "fellow rats" I Dr :Murphree then announced the I White finished the program your 'every interest. Take them into I leadership of "Big" Duncan should develop -

iht in his hand just so. And when names of the new members of he: with a talk on the Y. M. C. A. an'} I your confidence, you will find them I i into some of the south's best

t bid finished the applause that !I[' faculty, and as' announced the gentle- '''its work among the student ready and willing to assist you in players. Among these will be found

eel: him from the boys ws men stood and were roundly applauJ- A surprise awaited the studentsin solving your difficulties and prob Dick Burnette, a teammate of Dun

'.m1dttous. I ed. the colored quarUt from town! lems. They recognize no distinction t I can's last year, Coleman a star from:

fttithe "personal interest" stor.; I _Among these are. orm. Dean R. who caught the heart of the crowd or class. They are here to help you the season of 1921!) Red Motfnts who

! ; r Chahvays| counts when one is A. Rasco of the College of Law.t with the now famous 'Train SonP'and in your intellectual or"social, your performed wonderfully last year Joe
;. 3.\u1i.before a promiscuous crowd Stetson University.' Prof. Rasco. were encored, again and again. moral or your spirtu-al life. i Merrin, All-State end for two yean
rd Mr. degrees of A. M. and L. L. B.
Cobb' very wisely "hit thit After singing "We Are The Boys Let us all work together :In 1922-23 bids fair to give somebody a hard

*na in a few moments! hal the 'from the University of Tennessee and From Old Florida" everybody ran for the most happy and successful session run for a place this year.
:a i old profes5ors the dean?, thedent 1 is reputed. be among the best for the punch and spent the rest of in the history of the "Baby Uai- I For tackles will be seen Robinson

: of the|university, the at'htt of law in the country. lie 4) is ex- the evening in getting acquainted. !f\ersity l[ of the South" 1 I i (Continued on Page Four)
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'the fine new auditorium which wouldbe I Representative on the honor comm.t-
available for chapel meetings ana I tee. PHIFER'S
Jim Winfield president of the stud-
other college functions when the new
ADDRESS IN CHAPEL; .I end body, opened the meeting for the :
administration was.complet.*
building .
I rats and explained the method of elec .. ,.'
ed. This auditorium,.he stated, wouU tion. The first business trcnsacteJ "SELL FOR LESS
have a seating capacity of 2,000 and was the passing of a motion to call "f

I would be the finest of its kin in he; I r I I another class meeting Saturday for _"
the of deciding how long the !
country. Better attendance on chapel purpose
; The first regular chapel service of; exercises was also urged by the prcsi- present officers should hold office. The Gainesville Welcomes You :; :
the University for the new college .i class required each man nominatedfor .
dent. On the campus and in the classroom | V
"a year was held in the gym on Thurs.I the physical and mental side office to come forward and make The entire city extends to you a welcome. Visit our a
i // day Sept. 14. It was presided over of the student's life was taken care (a short speech before the class. various public institutions and meet *jAll
:. by secretary White of the Y. M. C.I of. In, chapel the 'spiritual and mental i t The nominations for president were churches, our ourbusiness '****
A' and was featured by an address TO side of his life could be cared for i I K. L. Jones. E. Jones, C. Butch, O. men. of us welcome you. I
r.' .' F the student body by Dr. Murphree :n I and each one should not neglect to Pittman, W. Wolfe, H. Hull, L Wor- I II
-' which h.e outlined the growth of the develop the spiritual side of life if j ji I ley, and T. Daives. Rats: Worley,
: ) University from the time of its foundation i he would be well-rounded man- Jim Blitch, and Stanley were the nomineesfor '
t in 1905 until the present college I Winfield was then introduced as the vice-president. Rats Copeland, CLOTHING HEADQUARTERS 1'j

,\ T year. Following his address Dr. president of the Student Body by DMurphnee. Pittman, Lester, and King were nom- .
:1; Murphree introduced to the student inees for the office of secretary and BECAUSE OF .", k ;
body James A. Winfield, president of President Winfield made a few treasurer. Wilson Stewart Brumby, t"
the Student Body Association, who opening words of welcome in whxh K. Jones, Wells and Dickerson were I
took charge of the meeting for the he explained that Thursday chapel I the nominees for the office of rep- Quality and Lower PricesOF
-e first busines session of the year. sessions were the days in which all I reesntative on the honor committee- I

C In his address Dr. Murphree an- student business was to be conducted.He i The officers are chosea only temporarily .:. '
nounced that a conservative estimateof I. called the meeting to order for a I and will have tj prove th;?ir -:
the grand total of students for the business session. None was transacted I worth to the class before being given INTEREST TO t I
coming year would be between 1- their
so the meeting was declared ad honors permanently
; 200 and 1500. This was just the seventeenth journed. I I 1;:.'"
U said, and only as far back as in 1909
there were but 47 men ensiled: at the greatly increased number "-f WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th
x close of the college year. The growth ATIVE "RAT"* PRESIDENTEdgar students coming to Florida this year
'" of the University of Florida is consid- bids fair to overwhelm the matrons of '
ered to have surpassed that of any Jones of Jacksonville was the various boarding houses on University The Representative of .: I

l i college or University in the United elected president of the :freshmen avenue :Mrs. Ramsey's popular -
States in the same period to time class at the rat meeting held in the boarding house has every room' CHICAGO, KAHN BROS. j

} Dr. Capen, an eminent authority in ed Gym on Thursday night followingthe /engaged, but she still has several ., I
t ucational work who visited the Uni cheer practice Cliford Butch of I places at her table vacant. ( Incoporated .1 I

;+l- versity last year on a tour of inspection Tallahassee was chosen vicepresident It is reported that the many com-'
T declared that the University of ; Owen Pittman of :Miami, se.1 .- fortable private homes where $t.1-I-1 TAILORS THAT SATISFY 1
Florida is the outstanding ,levclot p. I retary and treasurer; Neal Morris cf ents reside are almost filled up and I 1
ment in university education in this I Pensacola, sergeant at arms; and that it is difficult to secure a placo "
country. Dr. Murphree also told cf i Kenneth Jones of Tampa freshman either near the University ground* I I 1300 Jackson Boulevard, CHICAGO, ILL..i t 1

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-- .1 with the domestic charm )f Will be in our Store for one day only. An opportunity to

these private homes account for their have a tailored Suit at a moderate cost ::
present scarcity.
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9" J The Y] M. C. A. held the first regular -
; <*< weekly meeting service
v .rs: prayer
.' .. pof the college year in the "Y" build- PLAYER PIANOS! PLAYER PIANOS!
Demand Value and style : *--* -*- ;ing on Wednesday evening at 645.

VII The meeting was conducted by the:
Society Brand Clothes I Secretary of the "Y" Mr. George E.
White and was well attended by both
bid men and rats. We are Distributors for the famous KRANICH BACH
: Hanan Shoes, :Manhattan Shirts, Kn 4)X Hats
The meeting was opened by :Mr. and WURLITZER PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS. Let

i Vhite. Student Yates kad the sing- us furnish with player rolls. We also
you are state-wide
Are featured line in the
t Giddens Store.Ma .- ing for the first song, which wan
t Jesus Savior Piolet Me," and Kenneth distributors for IIOLTIN BAND INSTRUMENTS and
Orders a Specialty. Hait, another student, lead the LEEDY DRUMS- Write for Catalog. :
meeting in prayer Mr.. White gave
a short talk on the purpose of the
r ; "Y" in the University. This
f ; ; to bring the purpose'is M. L. PRICE MUSIC COMPANY 4
'r': ;: men of the scnod :
.-,, .,._ closer together in Christian fellowship ,
-; and brotherly love. Tampa and Zack Streets TAMPA, FLORIDA;'

:Mr. White then gave an interns*.
ing sermon on "Service" in which he
said that the life that every man r:: .
HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO. I should live should be --------- -------- .
h I one of humbleService. .J

I ,#power of Christian spirit and love, t THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN, CHURCH:

k fzr i I'he said, "The greatest thing that can & 6
happen to any man is the knowledgethat Sunday School 9:45 A. M. '

I his heart is pure and clean in t Christian Endeavor 7 P. M.

t ..................... ..... !. the sight of God." Classes for University Students.
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Mr. Wrench of the Episcopal church t i
SPORTING GOODS "ovas introduced as a worker among t Public Worship 11 A. M. and 8 P. M.

r_ t Football : (he students of the University. The
Tennis closing prayer was given by Mr- t A HEARTY WELCOME AWAITS ALL STUDENTJOHNSON'S
j-; Hardware
of All Kinds Wrench.
SEE US The "Y" holds these weekly prayer. .. ------- .-e-e-e-ee --
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building eve
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supper. Good inspirational pro PHARMACY
: Phone 22
: WEST SIDE OF SQUARE members I Drugs We Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods

tI 4 ers. :Mr. White urges all the old and i t purest guarantee drugs used.personal Low attention to Prescriptions. Only

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formal hop at their home on West F
University avenue. Again Tuesday It...................-........f.t-..... ....---.O-
night the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity .
t were hosts at a delightful dance 1 R
in their home. '
Wednesday '
night the 1
.. .A. Kappa Sigma Frat gave their inform .
.u al hop. Other features will follewof .
.. Nu Dan.ce- similar '
a nature as the week pro. -
7; Last Tuesday afternoon the Sigma gresses. ,
;?.No Fraternity entertained their : 1
;pledges at an informal dance given Tuesday night the Alpha Tau Ome- We Invite College Men to See and Try. On Our -

in their home on West University ga did their bit in opening the social _
'Ave, again proving themselves ex. season by giving an informal danceat :
etllent hosts. their home to help get their "rat;" EDERHEIMER ; /
; Swanson's orchestra furnished the started. Music
.I was furnished by F''
pep in ther own original styl, while.Swanson's "Pep Getters" nd the merry STEIN CLOTHES .
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at one end of the porch wa3 a big couples danced until a late hour.
bowl of punch to keep the thirst Beautiful decorations in the Fra .

dog ternity colors were carried out, while I. $30:: 4
,, Chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. Rev. a big bowl of :fruit punch in one corner + ; $35 $45 '
Blalock and Mrs. Enright. Out of satisfied all thirst. Chaperoneswere 1

; town guests the Misses Lois. Leslie Prof. and MrsCody, Prof anti : Specially designed for the .4.
Jand: Marie McKeen of Tampa. Mrs. Black and Dr. and Mrs. C. L. .; to look straight, slim figures of Varsity men-tailored '4
as good in the
Crow. Out-of-town girls were the + showdown as they do in :the showcase. Some of the
I Kaopa Sigma Dance Misses Leslie and Marie Keen of Tampa .' models have inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt. a
.; A pleasant social event of Wed Miss Hines of Louisville, Ky.. and 4
nesday evening was the pop dance Miss'Maxine\ Hughes of Tampa. .I Some have bellows shoulders; also belted. Some have patch pockets that I

given by the Kappa Sigma Fraternity button through, other patch pockets are plain. Some are two button. Some '
complimenting their pledges at PEABODY CLUB are three button. I >
their attractive new home on Ninth J

street. I l r The first meeting of Peabody club All in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make- .:' J j
Tempting fruit punch and mint for manship. Extra value is of
the, session of 1922-23 will be course, to be expected.
were served throughout the evening,I I held in Peabody hall Monday night, 4 :
Swanson's I
while superb orchestra ,
I Sept. 8, 1922, at 7:15All officer-J. :
lent unlimited The color schema! t' "
members iper-Fine Ederheimer-Stein
and those Suits
desiring membership Fifty and
Sixty Dollars i
.of red and white was carried out, it- in the club are urged to be ; .
laminated by many lights. Chairs present at this meeting. ,>-,' ",, ;{ c.
were: placed___ 1_on ...L the_ lawn, as places. SAM\ W. ItcINNIS, Reporter. t.1L; :-... : EVERYTHING MEN AND BOYS WEAR /' :' ., J.J
oj rewvsai: ior me cnaperoncs ana ..... : -I < ., '. :. IJ
other "couples." I ; -'.;'' .,, .' i
-; The usual society contingent were ._ THE CATHOLIC CLUB I I ; r _t; ,
present. The out of town vistors : t Porter
were Misses Hines of Kentucky, Leslie An imposing brick edifice of eleven < i"" i ,.
and Mary MeKeen of Tampa, md rooms is being erected on West University ,
Marie Hughes of Jacksonville. Chaperones avenue/ by the Catholic club .' 'i-
were Dr. and Mrs. Leake, Prof. of the University. Mr. John Connor- Clothing Co. ,. f;
|and Mrs. Cody, Capt. and Mrs. Ryder ly is derecting the work of buildingthe I. ,; :.
.[sand Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Roemer. club which is to be opened on 'i-. .
. Dec. 1. An estimation of the cost of .
: Review ef Social ActivitiesThe I the building is approximately $3j; -'O --: ..t : ; i
000. It will have all modern conweii- : ; JACKSONVILLE, CORNER BAY AND :
.: present social season has s LAURA .; .: :.
opened with all splendor that is so\ ; iences including steam heat and will ,: ,'. q 1: ;
j characteristic 1 be one of the finest club-houses on ;
: f. and which : '. ,
University OO '
Ave. ,
! proves so enticing to young men. .. ; ; ,
I "This first week has been featured with A..' 'i"Yj f.
I .:dances and smokers every day given J COMING BACKIn ..,t 4-;

i by freshmen.the fraternities Sunday to entertain evening new the,' the possibly spring that ye go yell way ever thinking stay, .............................+......i.- :>:F I "I

I K' A Sipma Nu, A. T. 0., all gave But next fall old Florida's calling ,'f. !
[smokers for the early comers. Monday r It', "Come,ye scholar, back this way" Ye get yer trunk an' pack into it .-- ........ I"'<. 'l'
night was featured by Swanson Then yer heart jes goes a longin'to every thing from quilt to hat; j I j "
orchestra) The Kappa Sigma and drop the hoe and leave the Even yer old texts and bookreportsye 1 t I !
Theta Chi entertained at smokers before plow, !
,t, the dance. Tuesday found the An' go back an' punch the football; take along to sell the "Rat.-' I Bedding:, Pillow Cases, A ;
Sigma Nu's /entertaining with an in yer tired o' punchin' o' the cow. An' when ye hit the dear ol' campus, If ;
the one spot thst aware I Sheets Blankets 'I
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. 1 Basement Language Hall t the )grapes an' 'simmons how I We Keep Everything for Your RoomGAINESVILLEFLORIDA I 'I

4 __ ___ they've replenished;
t tt Then the new-built gridiron. I .. ,
t New Line of University Jewelry and Stationery, Large t .
an' a new buildin' almost finished. 1:
t Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps, Mem- 't. May she ever keep on growing; t i
r, I ory Books, Etc. t t'f I pray to God that this may be. I
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', and Doty of last year's team. They :
I( / combine speed with their lanjo :
Entered a3 second class matter, September 29, 1912, at the Post- lCj A3 YOU GO size Th-n and give every indication of Being .

,. : office at Gainesville, Florida,.under the acts of :March 3, 1879. two of the best tackles in, the .

: f o RATE-The Florida Alligator $1.50 Year. south this season. Others tryiis N .
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out for tackle and guard positions .

; ti FREDERICK 'V. LANGWORTHY ____............_._.._.. f t ,.1 are Norton of Winter Haven, Rashof t
} Smith of Winter Garden -
3 r i [ROBERT WRAY ...__....___________._._.___...__..- ..:._._.,....Managing EdiorR. : ,Le.Esburg Lowenkopf of Jacksonville, Matthews '

A. CARLTON ...-__....___.._____._ .___ .__ ______.'._ ___.Sport Editor of Hawthorne, Johnson of Luct .
r. RUSSELL KING .__.____......____________.____ ._ ....Make-up Editor Stewart of Bradentown, Gifford of
.; K.. K. HANSEN _____ ________________ ____ ____..._.......____._...._....Joke Editor St. Petersburg. .
FRANK ELMORE, EDGAR BUSBEE ___._. -.:1 ...Society Editors For the pivot position will be [
14 found "Shorty" Gunn varsity from
( :HUBERT WEEKS ___.____._r:4*..--- ---;,-........--..-.r....:.. Cop Editor last year. Buck Carlton with three i {

'R. A- SIAS ___.._________....___.!..__::__.._.._; _...____..___.....:_Alumni Editor years /experience on the Gator squad. CO{.t-I

? N. D. St. JOHN .______.....___.....___..__-:..._._..___..___..__Exchange Editor KODAKi I H ndry of Ft. Myers who showed up ;;:
'Reporters: -V. W. Bradshaw" Parmenter, Franklin West, G. well with the Law College team last

;: ",H.: Bee, W. Emmon's, B. Gamble, Usher, Don C. Booth, R. E. Glenn. Pictures about the made year, and a good Wyatt record of Bradentown with the scrubs who "LONGIESi

class- least <
campus your year. FIRST -
& ) LOYALTY mates, for example, with It is said that next weeks practicewill !
several stars of former years
that see
i One of the greatest achievements in the world is to feel andy smaller with each out to help Florida win her biggest 1IANY.AN. ENTHUSIASTIC?
avow a deep loyalty for one's University. It is the conventional grow season. Among: these are: G. P- YOUNG MAN WILL
rain- fun tc .ake STEP
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thing to do, honored by all traditions and hallowed by the pat- Wood, t two-hundred pound end of
now and grow priceless 1916. George Hodges a guard dur- INTO HIS FIRST PAIR OF :
of the best families. So far it it is indeed
ronage as goes, an ex- in senior from f
1920. Wurthrich. guard
your year. ing a LONG TROUSERS THIS
.cellent thing, neither to be mocked nor disparaged. It has, however last season, Check Byrd of basketball
its limitations, and it is all too frequently exploited as an end You know, of course that I i -r-ne, and Henry Warner a tackle FALL! THOSE WHO COMEt

;t in itself without regard to anything further. It is not the kind the folks back home would I ."ILthe season of 1919. TO US WILL RECEIVE EXTRA .

:? of loyalty Florida wants. It is not the kind Florida deserves. It appreciate the story-telling such material and with the splendid ..ATTENTION!
send them. record that Florida has made ir FOR
is not the kind Florida has had in the past. Were this so, Florida pictures you can
southern football in the/ last few year THEM WE HAVE A SPECIAL
would not stand where she does, nor would Florida spirit be a Picture making the Kodak should give Florida one of the best
'synonym for the unknown force behind the performance of ,thee way is easy and enjoyable. ?easons that she has ever enjoyed despite COLLECTION OF NOB

; impossible. What Florida wants is the restless, eager loyalty that I Come in and we'll show you. the hard schedule that is to b:: BY, MANNISH SUITS. NO''

is not content to view the University in the halo of, a finished per- played FOLK, SACK, OR cOll

fection, flawless within and fair without. The loyalty that sees Autographic Kodaks ENROLLMENT NEAR 1,000 SERVATIVE STYLES. La

: the flaw because it loves the ideal, and that will not rest when it $6.jo up (Continued from Page 1)

can still be seen, is the loyalty that will bear the soundest fruit- termely popular with the former stud-

,? 4, never perfect; but always nearing perfection. It is by such loy- BAIRDHARDWARE ents of Stetson who have taken work. MarveY',1
from him, and lettersare b
alty that her sons may best put back into Florida the virtue they CO. many <*-
ing received by the Univefsity;-of
take from her, and many thereby keep ever paid the debt that opportunity Phone 7 Florida complimenting them on the ,

owes to (the world. .., securing of the services of Dean Rasco. -
He will succeed Dr. Moore, who Correct Haberdashery Y'
resigned last year from the Unl-'ev-
sity on account of the health of his
----- --- --- wife who he
-- was forced to take further

; '. The incoming tide of students has brought in an eager horde north. ,. 'r' .... -
of freshmen, fully the largest freshman class that Florida has ... Archie Robinson, who has recei'v j Or

its?' .,3 ever had. They have begun the year t/:th a whoop; and if an en- the degrees(Continued of A.on B. Page and A.8)M. frm: .I ..,..- -1 _....1AT

determination .. ..A. .. .AAAA4 "''A.AAAAA..AAAAAA '.A.-
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No other i butLc O : ::vvvriz
}1 may safely predict a successful year for our rats. Already there u c pen s .. 4O ALEX CAFETERIAFRESH
.are four score of them trying out for football. If they lack uniforms () -CLEAN GOOD
i they do without and play the game as hard. There were DDeMoJe 0 : ,1 J

twelve who appeared for reportorial work on the "Alligator," and pcssesses : : .Here's the place to get .

( fully that many more who wanted to, but did not fin dthe Alligator !8 these 6 what you want when !4
office in time. From all sides comes an attitude of .Li/dirn '
spontaneous '' :
$S.75 you want it. :
,t enthusiasm and restless, pent-up energy which is just ants i4
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cc aching to burst in a cloud of the sort of "pep" which the Univer- G ANYTHING at ANYTIME ..

sity of Florida is known ito show. Though we judge them by their I: e
: weakness or by their strength, the class of '26 is out to win! S2s6 to ts .eo The Suprem .... .......... .. J
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!| Suits for Fall. MEN'S SHIRTS specially priced. This t -- : 3
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i'[ jt) ,Patterns of light and dark shades in plain 'and fancy $2.50 Shirts are priced ................$1.85 'f I t ITi .e

I I t mixtures, checks and hair line stripes. $3.00 Shirts are priced ..................$2.25 '4 I t I Y : !1

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Good Quality Lisle Hose Cot men at 21c pair .a $1.50 Pajamas are priced ._...__._._$1.20 ; -
r. All 40c and 50c Hose are priced at 35c pair $2.00 Pajamas are priced_ .$1.65 ;.;
it All 75c< Quality Silk Hose are priced at 59c $2.25 Pajamas are priced __.__.__$1.75
.)9: a pair. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA $3.00 Pajamas are priced .__.._..____$2.25 S: z
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I The Alumni Supplement is prepared and published by the Alumni

i GIVEN IN SUMMER Association of the University. The Alligator staff and the Univer-

rtt P1$*! SCHOOL SESSION sity_authorities assume no responsibility for anything published in the

Alumni Supplement.

( 1: ,At the end of the summer Ji(; ;lon THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
of the University of Florida, four

4 r : fen degrees were granted, one lea ROSWELL KING, Pres. JAY HEARIN, Vice-Pres. BARNEY COLSON, S-Treas,
; vis Master's degree, tit It. L. I Jacksonville Quincy I

t ,-Colliding.r As virtually all of them -
were from the Teachers College, a the end of the first
master's before
c at Groveland. Smyrna schools, received his ;
Jarge number of the gradual have third time to tve principal of the highG. degree. Those who received the degree last year. I :
portions in the teaching of L. I. Miss Judith Car- to be published I
accepted are: These are now
E. McKay, A. B.-E. returned to j 1 1t
J fideL Sanford, his home, to become princi- ter, of Dade City; Mrs. W. H. Senves, the first time, and will doubtless
Six wilt be principals of high pal of the high school there of Apopka, and Mr. TS.. Looperof isfy the insatiable curiosity of ail j
Livingston, Tenn.; Mr. Looper is
I i aehooLr.I J. N. McArthur. B. S. A. E. of a candidate for superintendent of the old men on the campus, who I | '
I I This year's graduating class num- Madison, became principal of the learn the I !
county schools of Overton coiunty, been wild for months to !
; Send thirteen bachelors and one mss Smith-Hughes school at Lemon City.A. .
I ter: ,alT of them, curiously enough, bed J. Peacock, of Plant City, took Tenn. reason .that Orville Berg yielded
t fnsr men. Practically all of thse his B. S. A E. He is going to take most desirable single room in
i hare responsible positions waiting for' up Smith-Hughes work in his home Special notice to all readers of the dormitory to Count Yarnoff.It .

; tbenKui the teaching field next year.' town. Florida Alligator; There will appearon seems, according to Mrs.
I 4 Ifucttf them will be principals of highThough Paul R. Sweeney, affectionatelyknown this page of each edition of this that Berg tired of being an II

1 .anIs. at "Doctor" and "P. J." graduated paper following this one a complete noneity on the campus, and determined
a; {mot this group of men have not; this summer becoming a ba h. schedule of all atheletics in which the to do something big and cle
dad the unified life of a reguar col-,I elor of science in education. Hia I University of Florida participates, so that he would be remembered forever f
s age graduating class, yet they have, home _is at Niwsactle, Pa., and next including football games. basketball at the University. Confiding
1I12de their organization Paul J. year he is goipg to teach in a high that unfeeling
tennis Alec
tournaments, all track meets ,
a Smteney is President, while Randall school near Pittsburgh, and study for
: wash elephant.Berg I
and any other minor sports of spec advised him to an
Hixghf holds the triple office of sec-I a master degree at the University tf he d
that <
ial interest. Also will be included realizing all ever t
aelary, treasurer and chairman of the Pittsburgh. Next summer, however
sport news received over wires of was to hold the string for brig !
:social committee. I he will return to Florida. bringing I
any interest. to hang pearls on, gave up
ti The degrees were distributed as his wife with him, and will settll guya
Sallows: Master of Arts one; Bachelor -{down permanently in this state. Accounting for Graduates of Uni- j disgust and determined to I

4';: of Arts in Education, nine; Bachelor W. J Dyer, Jr., of West Palo versity of Florida, 1922. suicide. r
of Science in Agriculture, one; Beach, took the degree of bachelorof Mr. Bill Bivens after finishing 'herein Hating, however, to give up
,; ( Bachelor of Science in Education, science in agriculture. the College of Law is now in Tarn idea of becoming renQwned, he composed
I one. The commencement exercises of the pa prectising his profession. Mr. a poem that would have
1 ,; C R. L. Goulding, who took his n as-' University of Florida Summer Nor- Eric Boswell finishing from the school justice to R. P. Perkins, the poet laureate
Hers's degree in education, leaves usfcfer mal school were featured by the: of Electrical Engineering is now in of the Benton Engineering Society. I
a ; go back to his home town, News speeches of the Hon. Frank E. Jennings this city looking after his Fraternity To be brief, it was a
Myrna, where he will be principal of and Dr. G. B. Mitchell, both affairs, The Sigma Nu. 'a peacherino. This poem he
fit -fix high school next year. I I able speakers. Hoyt Carlton, who finishej in the to leave on his table, where it
.NoMe B. Armstrong, A. B. E., he, Dr. G. B. Mitchell of the F'rst Law College, is practising his profession be found after his demise. With I I
of the glasses, is a product of Ponce r Methodist church of Jacksonville, delivered and coaching in the backfieldat he left a note that partially j!
l $ tip Leon His work, however.<< leads the baccalaureate sermon Sunday Plant City. his actions. j
E f t 8fm away from his home to the I morning Aug. 6th- at 11 o'clock Mr. ue Work received his B. S. (
,( s 6Mas of the St. Johns. He has a I in the University gymnasium. Hon. E. from Teacher's College and is now Being naturally economical, t
', position next year teaching French Frank E. Jennings gave the principal math teacher and athletic coach at meant to do the dirty deed with I t
#) *ad Latin in the Putnam County high address of the graduation exercisesthe Tallahasse high school. means at hand. Since Berg t
!I adboo: at Palatka i I following Wednesday morning, Mr. Horace Tolbert, B. S. E. is now in the Chemistry Department) '
; t George C. Hamilton, master of arts' at 10 o'clock in the same place. in Tampa. hand' meant anything that be 7t:1:
P m education resides, at Milton. This: ;J I The music for the program was Mr. DeWitt finishing from Teach. lay his hands on in Science Hall. I
..u be will teach mathematics at furnished by the summer school Glee er's College is teaching in Ceiar finally selceted botle of
3 West Palm Beach. I I Club. On Sunday morning the chorus Keys. acid, and, carrying it to his room, t I
"" _Leon A. Gray of Havana, Florida, sang Hark! Hark! My Soul, a beauti Mr. Robert Duckworth is now iiar- put it on a shelf at the head of
i airs his A. B.'E. this year. He gets .selection from Shelby. On Wednesday ried and cannot be accounted for. bed. Then he arrayed himself in

prinl: the ladies' chorus gave "Pil Mr. Jack Dwyer is now in Palm] holiday raiment, .and gIot into t<

t cipabbip new Senior High I,grim Chorus" by Wagner, and the Beach running a paper press. bed. He reached up to the shelf,
1 School which has been established, men's chorus sang "Long, Long, Ago. Tom Ferguson is back again :In the taking the bottle what he found
Ifttre. It was due to his efforts about!i I Icon. Frank E. Jennings, a promi- Law College. he drained it.

,1 a Tar and a half ago that twenty I.I nent attorney of Jacksonville, is well Mr. Roy Hamon is at his_ profession As you will note, we have come
tteosand dollars was appropriated known throughout the State. He has of teaching school.
I I the sad part. It was sadder than
} 2 Gb build a new junior and senior high served<< for a term of four years on Mr. Burwell Thornton is now connected think. I
Berg forgotten the hot.tie
ac&eol. i I I I the State Board of Control and also with a firm in Jax as their
I l H. A. Haseltine, president of the]:. was speaker in the House of Representatives .I lawyer.Mr. cf alcohol that he had on
Albert to kill er-roaches, and he had: drained
Simmer School Peabody Club this Caro is now here instructing
ce i manner, takes an A. B. E. degree His ,:I Dr. J. B. Mitchell is one of the in the vocational depart- the wrong bottle.Sc .
work is laid out for him in teaching:t most able and pleasing ministers -*u ment as an assistant of Prof. Buch- ends our tale. Mrs.
Jt mathematics at the Hillsborough high:I+' the the state and is considered one of holz.Royal found him soundly sleeping the

S1ooJ.. I the most forceful members of that Terry is practicing law. in morning, and confiscated the
!, Randall Hughes, secretary of the Methodist conference. Jacksonville. Berg moved out in self-defense, ;
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dissv lB.. E. is going to let the I 1 I]I These exercises concluded one of the N. D Cooper is now in Ohio connected order will out. If the poem
L tteadung game rest this year. lib most successful sesions of the summer with a large electrical engineering possibly be secured, the Alligator
; I probably go into business at I, school. Those who received degrees firm. print it, but Mrs. Peeler made '
.1fiaint. are: I Foster Chatham was in attendance a great concession in reveal\ ;*
: 31, H. Moyerof Fort White, willBecefve Mr. Lacy Thomas, of Grovdand; at summer school and is now teaching -:much as she did that we hate t
= his degree of Bachelor of Randall Hughes, Miami; Hubert A. Smith-Hughes work in Center bother her any more.
-r, arts in education Just at preY* I i I Haseltine, Tampa; Glen E. McKay. Hill, Fla.
,f Y tt.t is not placed, but has possibilities Sanford; Leon A. Gray, Havana: Noble QUit WEEKLY LIMERICK I
y tiew.JSl Armstrong, Ponce de Leon; Gee SCANDAL! HAWKSHAW! -
A f.. Peaden, who has attended thegggular C. Hamilton, Pace; J E. Maines, Jr., There was a t
young lady
University session for some i I I Lake Butler; Paul J. Sweeney, NevI (Special The AlKsatorl; Cranker, namp.
'' .&n. became an A. B. E. at the eni I I Castle, Pa.; W. J. Dyer West Palm. After an in'xrniv of S. 10J il jiuurs Who slept while the I
fIE this summer. His horns is at Beach; Porter L. Peadon. Red Rock; Thursday afternoon, Mrx. Peeler at anchor ship lay I I
tail Rock. This year he will be principal -i W. H. Mover, Ft White; J. N. Mc last yielded to the pleadings of an She ; J

of the Williston High school .' Arthur, Mississippi; and AJ.. Peacock Alligator :repjrcjr and con-entd to When awoke she in- dismay, I I
-1 Lacy G. Thomas, of Baldwin, tn-vX: of Plant City. reveal in full the particulars of the "Xow heard the mat say, I

;;4 -lid A. B. E. and returned for the Prof. R. L. Goulding, of the- New scandal which racked the camf us just ." life the top sheet and spanker : j

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BiGAToRs UNDER liminary workouts. .. THE U. OF FLA. STUDENTS.. -t

'I'J teaching the Freshmen is John +:"
Acosta, of Jacksonville, who played .
ACOSTA SEVENTY:four at end z .
; years with Yale. He : '** 4 :
'has: worked hard to obtain a goon I II When in town make" your ; .
: our : \;headquarters. *! :
ASPIRANTS ARE OUTThe i I scheduled for the Baby Gators team, ,
since his appointment in the spring, We have place for to rest with .
: a you plenty of .l ';#
1 I I and the results of his efforts ate 1-

opening practice of Florida'sfirst I I very includes gratifiying some of the since foremost the schedule teamsof : desk space. Come on in and let's put the 'Gators top. .;
freshmen_ team was ushered in I 0" '
the ,
country. 1
attendance that geatly surpassed I ;
with an .
The schedule as officially announc.ed ;
all expectations of the University -! Coach :"
by Acosta is as follows: : '
officials. All available uniforms Auburn, October 14, at Jacksonville! t
some seventy in number, were. Vanderbilt. October 21, at Jackson STANDARD CLOTHING CO. :
taken early the first day, so that more ville. -
than 40 men were turned away'on account Annapolis, November 1, at Annapolis 1It .:

of the lack of equipment. However : .1719V: Bay Street H. L. COVINGTON, Pres. t '
: this hindrance has been overcome :- Georgia Tech, November 4, at Jacksonville +\
during the week and the coach .
now has his hands full putting the II I South Carolina, November 11, at .
husky aspirants thru his'many preIFLA. -, Gainesville. i+ .
Alabamm, November 1, at Gaines- -
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+ + + + + + + + + + Ii ville.
i Georgia, November 15, at Jackson ..+.e.4.....4........+.e.+...+e....+...+4

"The games with South Carolinaand
Alabama and were the only! ores Randall, St. Pete; J.M. Jo nson. Pen will communicate with her she will i ptfcer days except in the afternoon ana "I
C that it has been possible to have; in sacola; W. E. Weathers, St. Augus- endeavor to have/ a copy sent to the evenings. Afternoon hours are 1:59 t
Gainesville this season", said Mr. tin; M. J. Wilson, Annapolis; J- E. University newspaper desk p- m. to 5 p. m. The library is closed I'
1 x Acosta, while referring to the Williams, Ocala; R. G. Gilroy, Chit-\ All books are classified accordingto 'in the evening. J

: schedule. The games that the tenham. the subject matter. They are also Library hours for Sunday are .. rI
.. High School and Varsity will have Halfbacks: Edgar Jones, Duval; J. catalogued by author, title and sub- 2p.mto4p.m. I Jf
(I bore have not left many dates open, -B. Bishop, Gainesville, Owen Pittman, ject.The 'j J
tf and owing to the fact that the Duvsl Tampa; R. Beers, St. Pete; Ed Hud- library hours for every week HEARD AT MRS. STRIPLING'S
U. BOYS team will be out of Jacksonville for t son. Pensacola; O. C. Parker, Tallahassee day except Saturday are 50 a. m: Huts n-"I wish I could stow awl
most of her games, we have arranged ; Chester: Rodavats, Duval; D- to 12:30 p. m.;' 1:30 p. m. to 5:39 p. grub like Mugzy Roberts." "
a good many of ours there- 'J Roselli, Tampa; V N. Newton, Boys;'m.; 7 p. m. to 10 p. m. Harkness-"Mugzy don't stow awa-
The following are the men who ; High;. C. T. Hart, Fort Meade; G.! Hours for Saturday are the same as grub; he inhales it. i
have signed up for practice and who T. MagiU, LaBelle; R. C. Way, W. H. dk 'I
H. S. R. S- Porter, Chapman W. R. ------- ,
I are aspirants for postions on the'"Baby ; ; I
,t_ This is Your Store-I Gator" eleven. Henderson, Orlando; C. H. King;
i I The centers. Otto Nolte. Duval; W. Southern; Lawrence Jones, Duval. .1
; .' F, Henderson, Orlando; James Ball, Fullbacks: Dick Brown. Duval; C.
: You're Welcome Tallahassee Guards: Max Golstein, Middlekauf, Porter Military Academy; ; i'':
I Duval; C. E. Bliss, Tallahassee; Don- T. Johnson, Pensacola, any position; I '
ald Baird, Duval; B. C. Williamr. Jerry Clark, Duval; J. D. Graham, .4> *
here when in Tampa Talahassee; W. L- Carter. Wauke iOscexla; Bpnbow( Orlando; H. A. 1
nah; R. A. Martin, Kent; W. E. Sam May, Plant City; R. Plockelman Palm I :; : :
ner, St. Petersburg; Dan McCormick Beach; E- Morten, Tampa; W. Fowler. ,. : ;
When need LaBelle W. H. Stewart La- Duval; H. S. Hull, Mount Verde; II -:- .<. .-..-" ,
you ; '..,- : -
Belle. W. E. Flood, Palm Beach; W. L. Storey :'c/o- 0" ; : !I I.1.

Tackles: Dick Rose, Duval; F. I Winter Garden; Y. L. Robinson, I I ':
1 Clothes we'll be glad Clyatt, Gainesville; Horse Smith, Du New Smyrna; C. D. Hamilton, New NOTICE i'1:: 1--j k.
":- \ val; John Dickerson Duval; B. Pat- Smyrna. 1f !;J J'I
ey, Carlton Peep School; Neil Mor-
;: to serve you. ris, Pensacola; H. B. Crain. Orlando; THE LIBRARYThe f -
0. W. Hewitt, St. Petersburg; Ed- I All Students arriving late should 1 : ,
ward Harry, Pompano; K. W. Gordon University Library, situated on .
not fail F
American Legion; J. H. Dr m- thg first floor of Peabody hall Is at to take advantage of our I ';

mond, Panama; W. R- Thomas, the service of all the students The Laundering Offer as outlined in "
Gainesville High. librarian, Miss Cora Miltimore. has :
WOLF BROTHERS Ends: Bartelson. ,Fort Myers\ ; B. asked the "Alligator" to tell all the our letter to you. We call for your : "

P. Raymonds, Fort Myers W. men to come over and get acquainted laundry and return it charging .
tf Pierce, Bartow; J. D. Pearce. St. with the library as soon as possi ,
iM Pete; L. Whitaker, St. Pete. C- E. ble.The you only $8.00 for one whole semester -
: Tampa Gray, Tallahassee; R. Hatcher, Du library is composed of 25,000! )
$4.00 for one-half
val; C. O. Barnes, Plant City; J. H. ;volumes. They include hooks of I : semester, : r:
"t, Simmons, Arcadia; C.: J. Nelson, Palm nearly ever description. A large ship- payable in advance. I. ;
"-"..- -- Beach; O- E. Freeman Riverside Mil_ ment of new books is expected t lJ ar- I
'- itary Academy; W. L. Cassels, Palat- rive shortly. 1-""
i ka; A. T. Waterman. Palatka; D. Written rules relating to the management -
McBride, St. Pete'; H. V. Gilmer, Pul- of the library are few. Gen- No limit quantity. You pay us i*

aski!; Jack Rogells, Palmetto; E. oral reference books are not al'owed and we do it all, for one price. : If i !
Spiva, Panama; M. W. Wells, Pana- to leave the building whatever Gen-
ma; Burdick, N. Y. Prep. eral circulation boks may be tak- Money\ refunded' if not satisfied. i
Quarterbacks: W. A. Stanley, Du en out for two weeks. No card? are i
+ + + + + + + + + +
val; D. O. Johnson, Ft. Myers; A- T. required, but all books must be charged -
to each person at the desk Reserve -
books and current magazines are Weaver Steam Laundry, Inc. ; t

Popular Goods at Popular Prices at I I the allowed office out is of closed.the library only when II y ,<

The General reference books ',rs: situated
BURKHIM'S at the S. W. corner of the room. I ii, :Ii
iI j
In the north end of the room are to I; I
be found books of general reading.All \1 ,-

books and magazines and govern ............. i j:
SEE ment documents are kept in the base
Vidal Drug CompanyFOR ment of Peabody hall. Newspapersarg r k iJ iJI
I to be found in the hall just out-
DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES, side the library. Miss Miltmore announces S t

CANDIES,.SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENS that if any boy wishes his I I h I Ii!:;
.a home paper sent to the library if he J "


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-"""* I Enwall, Teacher.
: ? 1 01COLSON'S (Continued from page 4)) University Men Cordially Welcomed.

I ROOMING HOUSE I the University of Florida and this Epworth League 7 o'clock P. M.

year received the degree of Ph D.
NICE, AIRY OOllSvith running Water from the Harvard department of EntJlish. ALL SESSIONS SHORT AND SPICY
I I He will fill the place of Prof.',
and sleeping ':porches, connecting bath; I E. C. Beck, who has gone to Harvard
to receive his Ph. next ----------- -- .---
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right University Campus
across oppo- spring. t I WHEN YOU NEED ,

site Science Hall. See Dick Stanly at Mrs.Ramsey's W. H. Beisler, comes to the University t I PAPER AND STATIONERY II t tt
of Florida this term as Professor -
for particulars.WKSffinHUfiHSaUfiffi of Physical Chemistry Dr t I Remember I am at the Same Old Stand in 107 Thos. GOOD II I It
3- Besiler has recently received his degree PAPER AT LOW PRICES is my stock in trade. t tt
-y of Doctor of Science from t I
Princeton He is said to be a very t I shall be around once a week to supply your needs; at other t tI
competent man for the work which I times you can find me at 107 THOMAS. II |tt
t- !ii !fi9i 9ifi! he will do here. and has expressed t
himself as having already taken a ENGINEERS-Let me sell you some PROBLEM SHEETS It j
}, I THE PHIFER STATE BANK | great liking to the University and. t I
Gainesville. t I D. F. MCDOWELL I
gSKSSHffiifBBiHWyM Prof. Eshelman, who holdC the-degree !
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i of M. E. from Leighigh will
i'ft'it '
I 1 take the place of Major Gaines in
1 the college engineering/ who has
been granted a leave of absence from EVERYTHING POINTS TO BEST VALUEIn
U. OP F. i
the University to take up advanced
. -AND- studies. a Made-To-Measure Suit. Best Workmanship, Best Fab-
.'F LET C H' BUR NET T Major Van Fleet, who has been des and Most Favorable Prices
; ;jtf spending the summer at Camp Me.
Clellan at Anniston, Alabama,
called to the front by Dr. :Murphree, L dam
and he gave a most glowing account
I Burnett THE Clothier of the record the Florida boys ,made
at the camp, winning the praise and NICK DAl\IATO-TAILOR
% 'NUFF SED. plaudits of the comrades, officers, and
even of the General himself. At the ..
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team occupied the first place. leading
all others by 107 points. They succeeded ,I MARABLE'S STUDIO
j in the xifle '
ST. capturing
I cup, a most handsome affair of:solid It I 1 1't
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.a Sterling silver. The Major had that I
( :: .Reverend John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector with him and presented it to the Uni. 't Official Photographer for University Publications.
versity through Dr. Murphree whereit I
; Kodak Work Returned in a Day
', TELEPHONE.. 629 ... -_;..... '. will remain for a year, when ;twill
contested for t I
be again. When
j SCHEDULE OF SERVICES ,it is remembered that the Florida tIt II I NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE
this all
I boys contestants
won over It
SUNDAYS-10:30 A. M. and 7:45 P. M.\
WEEKDAYS-7:30 A. M. h. ,.- in all the Southern states it becomes I OVER MILLER'SPhi -' I I
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