The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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 24, 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
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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
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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PLANS FOR SEASONPLANS I*+ of James the Student A. Winfield Body,, president requests **- ;

+* that to every bring one up who at any has student business ++ IN CLASS ELECTION Jof J-':

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body chapel leave a ,
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UNDER WAY, FOR S. join the triangular meet composed of + notice of the subject of his busi- + higher learning in the country. MARKHAM, -JUNIOR PRES. ;
I. A. A. CROSSCOUNTRYIEET Clemson, 'Tech, and Georgia. Plans + ness in a box to be provide in + ,
Only as _far back as 1905 was the: MOUNTS\ FOR SOPHS
? THANKSGIVING, lave not been completed for this meet. + Language Hall. A program; of + ; 1
The Tech relays will be one of the + business can thus be an-angc-I 1 + Baby University of the South founded JONES, RATS.

big events of the season. Every University + to facilitate handling the mat. + at Lake City, and open J it* door "

FOUR DUAL MEETSFreshmen of the S. I. A. A. is eligible + ters to be brought up at each + to an enrollment of 136 students.
and many of them will be represented. + meeting. + next year the University* roved SENIORS MEET TUES. -.

Relays of all description will be run, + to Gainesville and had a student
to Have Meets; High including medley relays which mix + + + .+ + + + + + + body of 103. In 1919 there were 1*3 I
School Invited for Cross- ur all\ the others into one. Florida will present; in 1920 total enroUmnt Freshman Election Tentative; ti- _

be there in full force. : reached 835, and now in 1922 the number Permanent Election Held -TIn i
country Meet\ FLORIDA MEN MADE of already "
students has
last registering 1During
During years' S. I. A. A. meet Three Weeks.
J HM->- :it reached. over the one thousand I
was suggested that the next meet, '
The U. of F. is planning for its I to be held during the coming spring, RECORD AT CAMPi 1 mark. ::1
the '
and best track ; that Florida school l past week the electionof
biggest season during !b* ,held at ,Gainesville. This plaa The growth i
the coming seasons, including both will be backed by Tech Georgia, and, still, in its infancy, has made :s probably class officers at the University of .> I
cross-country and the spring season. others, and the Gators will do all In MORE, FAME FOR FLA.At without a 1 parallell in the history Florida, has attracted is great deal of., 5

Thr,e years a?.) the Unive iy was I their power to bring the meet here of education. Located in a state interest! among the students, as the"i i
not represented at all in this oranch The coaches and manager have gi.vnthe \: I which has a great future as Bonn as
but the Camp Anniston, Ala.; Led it becomes better known in the enlarged student body has rendered .
of sport, during past three [ assurance that they will exert
years it has climbed to an t\nvja 11oo their power to the limit. The Gator: All Schools in Final north, the university should receive i it possible for a greater .number of ;1

t position among! .i(uiiier: unt'reraities.; I will send a strong team to the A1.. General Rating a large number of students wTio 1' candidates to bf: put forth for the various '_ _' t

' and prospects for the future are oven L'. meet which is to be held annual come to Florida for the winter months positions: and for this reason,. :.f

more promising. in Atlanta. I Florida's men attending the Reserve Fulhermore the University ranks keen and close competitions resulted..- __ fAt

In the first place the track k uneven Much of the best high' school material Officer's! Training Camp felt Camp right along scholastically other a meeting of the Juniors Glasaf -, 4

, being uphill in places and down- in the state has come to the McClellan, Anniston, Alabama, the institutions its standing thruout and growth the country is due, in and a held last Tuesday night in the Gym t.-" -S
t in others. Plans are under n+?lYt'J University this year and tho they post summer made a remarkable '
i the efforts the following officers were elected fer i
large measure to untiring ,
I build a track around th- n"w football will not be available for varsity material showing which drew the attention of
field; it will b,? pefectly !level they; will have meets of their High Military Authorities on their and the service of Dr. Murphree and the. coming year. a -. i

Coaches Atkinson and Rider h&va: own. thereby getting into shape for work there and on the school which his faculty President-Henson; Markham, Lake o t

completed plans for the sea-or. which (Continued 01 I'n: :,e Seven-) they represented. The rifle team, City. I Ic
will include cro3S country meets, dual. ,
-- -- composed i of six shooting members IIIVEESSTYWILL/ YicePIcsident-Jimmie: Boyd, Jafk. .. =
meets, a quardangular meet, -
rpreentation f wen first place over twenty other scnville. .'"_ ;:
at the Tech Relays l, the S. COACH {KLINE{ NOWAREINFULLSWING\
;{teams 'representing all the importantI Secretary-Treasurer Rob ;
I. A. A., which may be held! at HAVE CAMP
I I Universities and Colleges in the erts, Miami. -= A ,' '';
Gainesville and at the A. U. '
ON FIELD GATORS 1 South in the big match which was Honor Representative R. Wells, f
meet in Atlanta. With the cfffietent
I ; I the climax of the whole: course in ONLAKEWARBURG Panama City. r rSergeant.atArmsCurtis
: and effective coaching of tlrs rtsff,
Rifl-s Marksmanship. In the final -
which, by the way, .saves: the University : Boyd,
several I rating, give neach school for the entire Jacksonville. > i i
hundred dollars each
season since their rvices are givento summer's work the Universityof PURCHASED FOR $6,000 BY The Sophomores also met on Tues* '!

the University. and with the material TRAINING INCLUDES ALL Florida led every other big insti Y. 1\1.fC. A.; FILLS LONG day night in Peabody Hall and appointed Ii !f.

which is available from the tution represented there. FELT NEED. their officers for the ensuing 'I'
J FORMS\ OF FOOTBALL; The regular Florida spirit was put follows M f
ranks of the student body the U.. ,year as : :
I varsity should b,* able to fill this : STRIDE BOX IN USE into very thing, whether it be a per May Be Used In Many Ways; President-Red Mounts, Gainesville, ,,1 ,:
: i iqd of close order drill, a Vice-President-John Murphree, I i
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and justice to the insu. Y. M. C. A. Major Sports tl
! tution. Hodges, Wuthrich, Mahannah\ on long march, a field or swim- ; Gainesville. '. ;

; The first plans to be consideredare : I i iI Field; Duncan, Dickson, Ho- ming meet, or the shooting match i :Military, and CampsMr. Secretary-Treasurer Ed. Morris, 1'1, i;
those which earlier in the : which made'the other schools ashamedof i Pensacola.
I come kenstadt Not Here Yet. ; : I '
all but their best shots. It White of
George Secretary
J season, cross-country, which comes i very i I Honor RepresentativeMw H. : r
f simultaneous, with the foot-ball sea- ; was this spirit which made tho the Y. :M. 'C. A., announced in chapel ii i Wyatt, Bradentown. '

: sj>n. The manager of the track team With the appearance cf Coach ,Florida men known from the Thursday morning that the Y. M. C. I Sergeant-.at-Arms-.McKie Salley, : I }

has, sent out correspondence to all Kline in uniform on the varsity practice I beginning for their pep, their songs, 1 A. had purchased the Chamberlain I L Jacksonville.\ I'I'I t tt
the leading colleges of the S. I. A. A.. field this week has greatly in- and their yells when many others hoiro property on Lake Warburg near f t The Freshman Officer wh*, were. t

proposing arangements of an S. I. cr&ased the interest in the workouts were contented merely to march and,I I Gainesville for $6,000 to I b? used for I elected At a meeting last week-are to f

A. A. cross-country meet to be hold ,and J the numerous forms of practice. Ibten. I camping and outing purpcses by the ,. hold office for three weeks and. if ... f: !

, -t t Gainesville, Florida, on Thanks I that has been instituted gives every From the first, every one_ looked ,;students and faculty of the Univer- by the expiration of that time they t t
: giving day. Each school of the .as- I indication of putting the team in tip- forward to the rifle competition and sity.. The acquisition puts the Uni-iI prove themselves satisfactory they

! sedation has been invited to the top form by the time they meet Fur- in the ,opinion of most every one, it I ersity in possession of one of the will hold their positions permanently. 1.1
meet and each school participating man on October 7. was more than 'half won before the :finest camp sites in the south. They are SLB follows: : ,t t 11I

. will enter teams of five men each. The systems of practice fcr both I big day came. Throughout the pre The tract is twenty acres in extent I Proident-Edgar Jones, Jack on'i' :'

o Ikeran is to be made over a three the line and backfield have been varied I (Continued on Page So\onO with a frontage on the Like about ::ville. I

and a half mile broken-country course.A so that the possibility of any one half a mile. There is a seven roam I I VicePresidentC1if Butch, ,
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loving cup will be awarded to *}he form growing monotonous has been I house on the grounds with garage, Tallahassee. I r I I'I'I t r

team taking first place. Individual! avoided. Among the many forms cf :|REGISTRATION WAS barn, and other outbuildings. The I I Secretary-Treasurer: Pitt- i i 3k
prizes ,will be awarded.The house is .hill which slopes downto t -
training have been track work, rapej 1 on a j man, Miami.Ser rt :
various high schools of the skipping, offensive and defensive i I 1085 FRIDAY NOON the edge of the lake. On the hill- eantatArensNeal, Morris, ..I (>'
state are to be invited to meet at charging, forward passing, stiff arm side is a beautifulgrove of palms and Pensaeola. i t'

the University on Thauks2vmg: day ing, side stepping, runn'ng! through j :>athcr large shade trees. In the eventof I Honor Representative Kenneth i '
to participate in a cross-country meet; : stride boxes tackling the dummy and i IN. 1906 WAS' 103 a regetta or some collegiate :event i Jones of Tantpa.Anncuncement. '- j1 r

this is to be instituted an ann ?al I light signal' practice. |i this hill would form a natural amphi. : has been made that r i
afair. It will be run over the same 1 theatre with the lake !us its stage. the ;
An innovation in the way of training Senior class will elect officers /.:-
course and under the provisions as EXCEEDS 1920 ENROLLMENT I The water is clear and clean witha
;i this year is the introduction cf \I the first part of next week.
the S, I. A. A. meet. stride boxes by Major J. A. Van'j BY 250;; ONLY 183 white, sandy bottom, and along the
For the spring season, plans havv I bank is beach of fine white sand.Arrangements .
Fleet. These boxes are designed to : IN 1909. : a BASEBALL RESULTS
meets. Florida will meet Georgia .1
will be made to put -
been I lengthen and quicken the stride: of | : National ;
been made arranged! concering_ and correspondence.four bgdual'! backfield and_linc,"iand, also to ,I i According to official statemetitjivjen the .bath. house in first class condi- At Boston 8-1; Chicago 43.
conditioner for the leg tion f-r the use of the students; a At :Brooklyn 9-5; PHtsburg 5-1.
Tech at Atlanta serve as a I by the Registrar the total regis
during the week cf '
j i ,. j I dock will be built with diving tower At Phila. 4; Cincinnati 5.
the Tech relays, so that the team muscles. Itration at the University of Floridafup
*tUi \t remain to participate in that Light signal practice to familiarizethe i to Friday noon had reached ore t and springboards. The Universitywill At New York 7_;. St.Loujs 5.
'afair. During tthe week-end following [ line with offensive charging and i thousand and eighty-five men This also have several boats on the .
the relays, Florida will meet Georgia blocking, and to speed up the backfield number exceeds by about 250 men the lake.The AmericanAt
:Lat Gainesville. Florida. On other dates in. getting a quick start, and [t!total enrollment of 835 in 1920, and I first floor of the house will be Chicago 8; Washington 3.
I occupied by the caretaker, Mr. Chamberlain At Detroit 4; Boston 6,
,to be arranged. the Gators will meet throwing forward' passes has featured {tdemonstrates the fact that attendance -
South Carolina at Gainesville and I the practice daring the entire week lat the University is increasing more I : end the roans on the second Cleveland! 6; New York 7.

.t Alabama, at Tuscaloosa Florida may (Continued on Page Seven_) {rapidly than at any other institution Continued on Page Six.) At St. Louis 5; Phila. 6. _

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t ...........................-..................! they Gators were a hard played.fight both f increases. body

i f According to Rolf Buckley who is .I
tentative captain, regulation soccer HERE HE IS GENTS; MEET
shoes and jerseys will be furnished to OUR YOUNGEST RAt

all men who come out for the team ---

.: ;: : ':- !'''."'1' '. .."'....." _?,... .- : Practices will be held every after- "He's little. but Oh my;" Them
nocn on the athletic field. words might characterize Denay
I yY ,""it."!> .;..-, >--S 4>-" .. ._ I Slone of Mascotte\ Florida, who has
&\ t :'_ .', STEEL LOCKERS ADDED ihff distinction. of being tie youngotf

1 $ ,i v '; TO GYM EQUIPMENTThree rat in captivity on the campus of
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Some Suits Are Clock-Watchers v t hundred steel lockers with the University. Denny is only ft
old and is ,
y years yet and will be for
e4 I I' :; 2. ,/ And Some Work Overtime! : combination the equipment locks have this been year.added These to some time, in short trousers. lIe did
: ;, not start to school until he was eight
I lockers bought by the student
e f but at a very tender age became Incurably
In fact, most suits, like most men, quit on the minute body associated with part of the gym addicted with the ambition togo
1 when tfheir time is up. But here and there fee provided in the student activityfee. I to college. He is now a freshman

M ,e! you find a suit of clothes, just as here and there These. lockers are to be used by all I!at the age when most of the present
-* find an employee, giving that last extra :students were/ just entering high
you ounce athletic teams and gym classes. Set : school.
-'J v of service that is the expression of quality in both ... is with fifty
aside a separate room I Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Slone are the
,, ; men and clothes. And thait is the kind of suits lockers for the express use of the i proud parents of Denny, who was

we carry. Every garment is geared for extra ser- varsity teams of the various major f'born in 1907. Starting school at she

': vice. It is so fine in the woolens and so robust in' sports. In addition there has been I i made grammer grades in only 3
added a new coach room which is :terms. High school was a matter
the workmanship, that it is working overtime I requiring -
9 equipped with hot and cold water and but a mere four terms, and
5 when, by ordinary standards, it is entitled'ito quit! several rubbing tables for the use I in spite of the fact that he was compelled -

1 'J, ..-=- Ii of the trainer. The room formerlyused : to lose cne term with the exception -
: Please come in and look over our as a coach room is now the property I of one half credit unit hf-
.ti t I I of the managers.Dr. cause .of an attack of the flu, he I
' .t. New Models and Materials Manchester states that these was able to make an average of 31 I E I
1S, + :. A... lockers will go a long way in over- per cent. in all his work. Denny attended
# : : coming the crowded conditions and high school at Redland Farm-
+ (3 KuppenheimerHickeyFreeman S confusion that has prevailed in the life school and was granted a diploma
v pa.stand that more lockers will be I from the Montverde Industrial school
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i freshmen squad that more interest on
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t I the part of the men not out for football I,
should be displayed. Although
a large number of "
spectators have
SPORTS been out daily, every man on the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

It campus should be out, as nothing THE HOME LIKE CHURCH ,
helps a new man more than to let
a him know that the crowd is behind Special Bible Class for Students. I

him. -Teachers-Dr. S. Leigh, Roscoe and Rogers.

f FRESHMEN PUT THRUSt I ding when they meet the freshmen on SUNDAYS-9:45.: Fine Music and Lots of Pep.
October GETS
14. B. Y. P. U. Sundays at 7 P. M. sharp.
Coach Acosta states this scrimmagewill UNDER WAY FOR SEASON
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start next week as soon as the Everybody cordially invited to all services.

rest of the equipment arrives, the The soccer fcotball practice made a
| V A BUT SCRIMMAGE main holdup has been ,.the lack of
record start
on Wednesday of this
shoulder pads. The freshmen uni- .. O. .OO. .
-..;; week'with a squad of twentyfive men *
strips around the sleeves, with socks I O
r ACOSTA SAYS SCRIMMAGE forms will be blue jerseys with orangeof out, with as many more expected as : SPORTING GOODS e

4r STARTS NEXT WEEK the same makeup. the season progresses. Six of these Football Tennis v;

ATKINSON AND Although there are a number of nll- men were out on last year's team, Hardware of All Kinds :
i I RYDER ON state men on the freshmen squad, and many of the new men have playedon $ SEE US
Coach Acosta states that previous re. high school or college teams. ,
STAFF.Stiff .
;. '. cords do not count with him, but its Manager A. Coe has succeeded in $
-- the eleven men that show up best in scheduling five games, the first of THE THOMAS: COMPANY
; practice in every phase of practice that will make the team. which will be probably with Rollins J. Phone 22

football has been the keynote of the Along with field practice there have College on September SO. Other col : WEST SIDE OF SQUARE
work of the "Baby Gator" eleven for been blackboard lectures which carry leges that will be played are Stet-

actual the past scrimmage.week with The the backfield exception pf the The men response through of the Captains various plays.Atkin- Among son University the high. and schools Southern that College.will be ................-.... ...........

men son and Ryder in helping Coach splayed Duval
i are ;; Gainesville, Orlando -
have been showing up well in signal Acosta -
out in the working of his and Live Oak. This will givea
= practice) every man having had previous large squad is to be highly commend schedule that will last until Christmas. t JOHNSON'S PHARMACY I
: experience in the game. Much ed. Those men have been big factorsin The feature of the season will_ t Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber GoodS |It
-i stress has been put on the line as developing the squad to its We guarantee personal attention
present be the game with Live Oak to Prescriptions. Only I
9 well, and all indications point to the I state of efficiency. I Thanksgiving day. This school had on a t purest {drugs }used. Low prices. Quality considered. |

fact that Auburn will l meet hard sled- : It is urged by the coaches of the good team last year: and gave the I Gainesville.... Florida. |
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dance the society heard several talks on .> ... .. t
Jappa Alpha pop at their timely subjects and a general out- ,:.. |T

house 4to6p.mTheta, Saturday. afternoon, Sept. 23, line coming of the year.work of Farr Litt for thi + 'We Invite College Men to See and Try; On Oar.l 1 In

Chi dance. The last entertainment Dr. Farr for whom Farr is named 4 ,

for the rats was given! in was the principal speaker of the evening i EDERHEIMER :
the form of an informal dance in and gave an interesting account "
which Theta Chi Frat. again proved of the origin and development of the t

itself an excellent host. The dance Society. Dr. Leake impressed the : STEIN CLOTHES : ::
by the old of the members 1.:
was attended men of the society with the valoe .
other fraternities on the campus, several of taking part in Farr Litt work, ".

Theta Chi alumni, and the new particularly along the lines of public : $30 $35 $45 ii;
Chi pledges. Swanson's or- speaking. Dr. .
Theta Leigh told how the society j
chestra furnished the music and the could benefit one in his English ,: t
refreshments served were .wafers and wor kand writing. Dr. Crow 4 Specially designed for the straight, slim figures eC Varsity men-tailored .

pun h. discussed the general value of literary -, to look as good in the showdown as they do in :the showcase. Some *f the :. '

SOCIAL NOTES societies. : models have inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt. :
George Stanley was in his element
Among those who felt an urgent at providing humor for the occasionby Some have bellows shoulders; also belted. Some have patch pockets that ,
call to be present at Tallahassee last his Z S
quotation from
week-end to assist the young ladies poem. Past President Russel a well-known King reviewed : button through, other patch pockets are plain. Some are two button. Some ''. Ii

of the State College for Women in :: former activities of Farr Litt are three button. :. ,

the many the new duties college connected year right with starting were* ,_and from ended James with a Whitcomb humorous Riley.quotation : All in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make- : i t.. ;

Bob Little, T. W. Phillips, Mac Henry Refreshments of ice cram, cake manship. Extra value is, of course, to be expected. ';0 itl' f a1 -"
Jones, Jimmie Clark Jack :Massey. i nd smokes followed the program. '. i i
Edgar Busbee, Jim Sharn, "Rat" Lu. i I' Farr Litt will hold the next meet- .
can, Howell, and Cureton. All report.I ing in Language hall next Monday : Super-Fine Ederheimer-Stein Suits at Fifty and Sixty Dollars < '
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the work well under way, thaagh i I night at 7 o'clock. ,
some confess they had to leave their i Officers for the <& .'Th.w :.
unfinished. season are: EVERYTHING MEN AND BOYS WEAR : .
jobs '" .
j Glover :Miller. President; RichardSias : _0 .
It is Bob Little's idea that one way j Vice President; Henson Markham + .._':, : ";: : 'o; .' ,,, -'
travel around the world: and yet nev- I If r
Secretary and Treasurer, ard ;:
er find another place like Tallahassee 1 Wise, reporter. I .. .:. .

..and. !??? t ti i ." Porter ..
Even Jimmie! Clark has the idea .A.... d \ ., '
that one cannot stay long at the U.of .
F. without making a pilgrimage to The first meeting of the year for ;
the 'Campus of Pine and Swings" i} the Ag. Club drew a large attendance I Clothing Co. .j"

of enthusiastic Ags, and was featured ,
FARR LITT SOCIETY HOLDSITS with talks on all phases of Ag Cl'ib
FIRST MEETING MONDAY work by faculty members, old men -<. :f>

The Farr Literary Society held its 1 end rats. I!I .. JACKSONVILLE, CORNER BAY AND LAURA" : "
first meeting of the year in the gymon I The meeting was held in the Ag.'I j "V
Monday night. Theoccasion was I! building and was called to order at' .i
7 o'clock by President Geiger. i He i .
made a short explanation of the work .
of the Ag. club and then asked various : ;
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(L members of the audience to explain .
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Buck Carlton (he of th# silver ton- -- -, oJ. ,".... .-=---' -r--- o.rsas.re.. 1
gue) was the orator of the evening. 1 Ag. fraternity which has i chapter I, -- ,.. .' P-' ''
For the benefit of the new men Buck here at the University, Alpha Zeta. .4 P l-OTTO P STOCK : .
described the work of the Club emphasizing -i He explained its qualifications for ad- Loose Leaf NoteBooks ,

J the benefits to be derived mission and the advantages of hsins Iii
from taking an active part in the member and urged every man to It Ita TAILOR I a aI
SHEAFFEH5fENS club and the necessity of co-op.ration have as one of his ideals the "mak! 't i and Supplies, Typewriter Paper t
fro success. ing" of Alpha Zeta. ,t, I AND t til { : t 1 1I
Lifetime"trrETM and PIUh'"TINC"r--O" COURSE
I Vice-President Dowdell urged every The meeting was then adjourned. [jM j j :

man to do his part well on the pro- : il DRY CLEANER I j
'"r ACT{ gram and to try to stimulate the JOHN MARSHALL MEETINGThe t PEPPER PRINTING j I I

ti.__ backward members to do the same. i

ti.- .(..-.-..-Mpr1.-.Erd, President Geiger reviewed the past John Marshall Debating Society ,I COMPANY I!:t Phone 354 II. I _
.ddr.rwwwi........... record of the club in its competitionwith I L I F
:: held its first meetingof the li)22-2.) r.r-.r.r----.r.R
r-.I...........or. other societies on the campus I.
-t.......iMa and stressed the importance of developing -I term last Saturday morning at 10 'I ___ i i'atronie Gatqr Advertisers
the Ag. debating talent. o'clock in the Practice Court room of ):

Prof. Rogers pointed out the the Law College with a majority wf '
1\-, portance of preparing for life's im-I the old members present and the ao I ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCHE. !f a
1 and the part the Ag. Club could have sence of the missing ones more t.hanI '
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.- Club made by the: number of "Rats"and
II'op.' ....... in this training 'L aders in Ag. up
I I work," he said. "are invariably the; new men enrolling in the College ] Reverend John Conoley, S.r T. L., Rector
leaders in scholastic work and the, of Law this year. The m.eetinwa. ;
,, leaders in their lines of work in later, called to order by the President Sir. TELEPHONE
life." I j Joseph S. White, and since the rpw
. 'rSHEAFPE r Dr. H. G. Hamilton (better known I, roll had not yet been made up, roil SCHEDULE OF SERVICES .
-FENrn c3e as Hill Billy) told the rats that tliey! call was dispensed with for this meet SUNDAYS-10:30 A. M. and 7:45 P. M.
i -. would gt just as much out of t the : ing. The President made the addressof 0 -. -
Ag. club as they put into it. He urg-j welcome to the new members in a
ed those on the program to be we"1! few well chosen words telling themof "I

prepared to do their part. i!j the scope and object of the society, '___ _______________ Ot
t Alec While and Ted Pendani: the achievements of the past ar.d the \ t t
favored the audience with a few humorous hopes of thfuture, inviting them to STUDIO
I enter and participate therein, and enjoy .
for the rewards which the Society]I, "THE HOME OF GOOD PICTURES" ,
i : I The rats were next ?:; en I ;
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.' : The President : '
I Iii" I a few words and rodents Hull, BenSh2.rpley -!I![Would inevitably reap. : -
: i low, Mink, and Scott acquitted then appointed a program committee I I
I farsft Official Photographer for University Publication tt
themselves like true Ag. rats. composed of Vice-Pres. It
-"!" .\. Fc Dr. Shealy tcld of the value of tne t cano Chmn., L. W. Jennings and Po.. I Kodak Work Returned in a Day I II
Fc Ag. Club programs in giving ');w I jL. Earnest. Dean Trusler then aJ- I II t tt
n le1onsf training in public speaking and ex-I dresed the Society- particularly for I -
J n p pressed himself as favoring more d'I !(-J' thp benefit 'and edification of the t NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE II t tt
I ,"Rats", giving them the practical and
bates the
on programs. t t tt
f/ 'I
Prof Lord was also called on for theoretical sidaa of the law for their OVER MILLER'S
l ..&.- lers *cSiUnEnrsraiths Opticians few words. I thought and conaideratiori after. !t t

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Entered as second class matter, September 29, 1912, at the Post- <.

: office at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of March 3, 1879. -- : .' -
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FREDERICK W. LANGWORTHY _____________Editor-in-Chief I (Continued from Page 3) 4I

i ROBERT WRAY .. ... Managing Editor wards explaining the rules and regu- :_ : :;.
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lations concerning their classes and ;
i R. A. CARLTON .......-._..-_____________________________..._.Sport Editor Ii 1 -- .
conduct, in order that no unfortunate :,. : ; ,if{ '
W. RUSSELL KING .____.._.____.___...___________.---_.Make-up Editor and heedless rodent might seek to ba '; -' .

# K. K. HANSEN _____....____._...___--_.__________:_____.._______Joke Editor excused on the ground that he didn't

FRANK ELMORE, EDGAR BUSBEE ,.._.-.------Society Editors know after it was too late. There. Which Type of Research

,, HUBERT WEEKS ....___________..__________________.?? Copy EditorB. being no special business tt be transacted
the ne.v men were invited to is of Greatest Value? ip ipA
You '; W. AMBS __..__.______...__..___._____.____.Alumni Editor hand their names to the Secretary to '.

S 1 N. D. St. JOHN ..___-________ ______ __________Exchange Editor be put on the roll and then to attend ,', stove burns too much coal. A man familiar with

1 Reporters: V. W. Bradshaw, W. G. Parmenter, Franklin West, G. the informal 'lawn fete": given the principles of combustion and heat radiation i

H. Bee, W. Emmons, B. Gamble, Usher, Don C. Booth, R. E- Glenn. especially in their honor, after which which indicate desirable changes '
=3'# they became :full fledged members of makes experiments I\;

HORACE WILSON ___mmmu.____... _____......Business ManagerfD. \ the Society. y in design. That is research.
z A. RAMBO ..__-________________________Assistant Business Manager REPORTER. You want to make a ruby in a factory a real ruby,
... from the natural stone. .
i L PEABODY CLUB indistinguishable by any test

f THE GOOD SAMARITAN The Peabody Club held its first You begin by analyzing rubies chemically and physi. ,. ,

When a man pledges himself to refrain from "ratting," thereis meeting of the year Monday night, cally. Then you make rubies just' as nature did.
but one course for him to pursue. Otherwise he not only professes September 18. The meeting was called .. Your rubies are the result of research-another type ..r.J

)( his own inability to keep his word, but also shows tha't' the to order by President Hait. OM of research.

''ilk :: I Ideals of his college, and of his class, mean very little to him. business business called was disposed for. Among of and the new rww> While melting up your chemicals and experimentingwith 1

kic i Because there were no rat laws last year, freshman laxity became business transacted was the appoint- high temperatures, you begin to wonder how

4 I apparent, and the class of '25. profiting from their own example, ment of the following temporary committees hot the earth must have been millions of years ago,

: I drew up the present rules. Yet the fact that such rules exist : Committee on entertainment, and what were the forces at play that made this

-( does not mean a licentious return to the old forms of even mild mittee Committee on for program.social functions It was ,moved Com planet what it is. Your investigation leads you far

azing. Younger men are not taught obedience and humility by'land I carried that Peabody Club give a from rubies and causes you to formulate theories to

an attitude of arrogant domination; were this so, :the French Revo social Monday evening, Sept. 25. explain how the earth, how the whole solar'' system J

> lution would never have occurred, and our own country would not This concluding the business session. was created. That would be research of a still different i

; now be free and independent. The ruling of freshman, rather the program for the evening was taken type.Research .
up. Words of welcome were given
; than being something provocative of resentment should be both !!by the president. The athetic outlook of all three types is conducted in the laboratories ,

; i an encouragement and a test of manliness. A recent publication was given by W. J. Bullock. He of the General Electric, Company. But it is >:,

ar printed the following adaptation: stated that the outlook for the elabthis the third type--pioneering into the unknown-that
( ( "A certain freshman went down from year was very bright. If the
: home to college and he means most in the long run, even though undertaken
t fell among his crtics, who said that his clothes fitted men would co-operate, there 'Was no "-
badly, I reason why they should not win many with no practical benefit in view. "-
that his manners were; awkward, and that he had an unattractivepersonality honors in the athletic contests to bfegiren. t; For example, the Research Laboratories of the

and they stripped him of his self-confidence, his en I Dr. Fulk was present an I General Electric Company arc exploring matter with :r
: thusiasm, and his and gave an interesting talk on character
courage, departed, leaving him hurt and X-rays in order to discover not only how the atomsin
This concluded tho
lonely by the roadside. ,
program for the evening. after which different substances are arranged but how the
!! "And when the Seniors saw it they were amused, saying, the club adjourned to meet Monday atoms themselves are built up. The more you know ,

i ? what a good job the Sophs are doing on that freshman ; and they evening Sept. 25, at 7:15 p. m. f about a substance, the more you can do witirit. This f
passed him by the other side. Remember the social
on hour next work may enable scientists to answer more definitely ..
"And in like manner ithe Juniors also] when they saw it smiled |I ty Monday of evening- There will be plen- the question: Why is iron magnetic? Then the electrical Ii
good eats in addition
: to the
and said: "Yea, verily, for he hath not the making for '' good will take
t-' a good I'j entertainment that willl! be given industry a greater step forward than
man for our group." And they passed by on the other side. I' Every man registered in the Teachers' can be made in a century of experimenting with

r r "But a certain student, as he went about, came where he was College is expected to be present.Every existing electrical apparatus. ;

: and when he saw him he was moved with compassion and bound member of the club is expected You can add wings and stories to an old house. But

up his wounds, pouring in sympathy and understanding, and he other to be colleges on hand. lien\ registered in to build a new house, you must begin with the "

r took him to his room and set him on his feet again, and brought on the campus, desir foundation.

*: J I him. into his own circle and was a friend to him. requested1

i Ii "Which of these thinkest thou, proved a neighbor to him that to be present. With your co-operation,
; fell among the critics?" this can bs made the*barner year .for
t Peabody Club. Gena1E1ectric-

".... """Surely'...."'l'J.1"any__ _effort 11 ____spent_____ .. in .such. a manner_ will result in great- SAM!\ ?;. McINNIS\ Reporter. General Office
*, ucmau. .LVI" illl cuncerneu, milieus j.uiijiiij petty wishes down Conijfany Schenectady "
another man's throatwill S5-605K r .
breed only hostility. Moreover, there On Tuesday this week the pledge,1

is the pledge with its signature, and one's honor assuredly is something of the Theta and Serpent inter.fro.:

I : to keep free from blemish above everything else. The kind ternity ribbon societies were announced
student mentioned above conceived by the different fraternities. Theta
a duty and made a friend. .
and .
"Go thou and Serpent are the social organizations '
; do likewise. -
: there will be
no for
on the campus and recruit ., t. -
.447 I the President of their UNIVERSITY MEN 1
f I our University warn men who are in honor ranks from fraternity men. j

bound not to tolerate hazing. \ Robert- Pierce of Marianna, was 1

: elected president of the Theta ribbon -

f Wanting' something to do is a very different matter from society at a meeting held Monday at Demand Value and style .
wanting'io do the thing that ought ''to be done. A purposeful life included noon. Other officers of the club q a I
: Francis
eT finds no time to kill time. True life begets life, and killing is a poor vice-president; Kem Parker Brittian of of Tampa Jacksonville Society Brand Clothes&r.

k business. There are persons who excuse their excessive pastime secretary-treasurer and Truman ? *
(':'" habit on the ground that: "evenings must be spent somhow," and Green of Tampa. chairman of the Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox Hats

( t 4, time must be killed. Their mode of spending the dancing committee. *
evenings i is
\ therefore a result of feeling the burden of time rather Officers for the Serpent ribbon society Are featured lines in the Giddens Store.
:: I I1 ing the pressure of great Such not been elected for this+ .
''. purposes. persons are looking for year. Those who served last year :Mail Orders a Specialty. .-
trinklets with
which to fill their j
basket, instead of looking for the fellow: McHenry Jones president J.
basket in which to keep the treasure. One may well ask himself i F. Hall vice-president; W. E. Thomp; \

"- whether his life is worth living if he has so much time on his hands son and R. P. Redman secretary.. -
that his chief concern is how to rid E. Thompson served as chairman of
of it.
It is
better to be the dance -
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short of
purposes, obligations, and deeds. The, following ,
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t softies were announced last night-!
ftt a A very important element which goes to make the chapel ser- Sigma Nu-Serpents, Chester Redl

; vices such a success this year is the music furnished avates Jacksonville; Owen
\ by the Uni- Pitman, HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING
t versity orchestra. It has been at all times an excellent orchestra Miami; Warren Jackson, DeLand; and : CO.
and under the capable of Mr. Crum7 Plant City. Thetas-
; eye Brown it is .
becoming more than Joseph Frazier, Marvin -- TAMPA, FLORIDA F.. -
that. With such music, chapel Green and -,. ..
hour which is at all times a pleas- Kenneth Jones. Tampa; Frank .,
ure in itself, becomes a divine recreation. Newberry; Howard -
1 Matthews. New ..
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j i',Continued( from Page Two) help the coaches,' get a line on the : : ALEX CAFETERIA : ; i1It
: April of this year. Denny maybe men for varsity and freshman teams.
* short of stature but he seems to he ia i :. FRESH CLEAN; =:GOODHere's 1
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from the neck up. FIRST
.iont way__ ____________ i CHEER PRACTICE
A Head cheer leader David Rambo : : the place to get :
A' NUAL conducted '" 4 what 4 4; ;
o SCENE OF SLAUGHTERIn the first cheer practice cf you want when

I the year in the gym on Thursday 4 you want it. .: '

accordance with an ancient traction night right after supper. He and ; .;
! of the University of Florida. 1. Ralph Marsicano were stationed &t e ANYTHING at ANYTIME ;: 4; ;
the i-jHjal Rat Boxing contest was the head of the Gym jp in the baL # t

!held Saturday afternoon immediatelyafter cony and from there lead! a crowded ..-.-.........................= .=.<< i
dinner. Everything seamed to gym-full of rats and old men in the ? #
make for this great annual event old songs and yells that mean so
fearing lest the inexperi- much to -- ---- --- t
The K. P- that team fightin oat thereon ; 1
frsshieswould overeat. placed the football field later in the >
reed on "
before them an even lighter meal h hosnal. : season. Greenleaf & Crosby Company t v )? ;

And the Sophomores ever! solicitous i Rambo announced the meeting: in Time and Place 'I I .
i for the welfare of the new I the mess hall at dinner an.} again at I JEWELERS l ;
!men, were on hand to guide them to supper. He had the east door of the -make quite a difference 'I f,
place of slau Mer. hall locked so that the fellows would
,I the With Curtis Byrd acting as timekeeper have to go out the north door Pond in what man may I Jacksonville, Florida I II

i the massacre began. Fierce would l bis. .headed straight for the wear. For outdoors it's

land deadly waxed the fights until ful- Gyni. the sports cap!We have t Medals Class Rings and Pins. Con1mitt t 11 :
_} j ha1f the Sophomores were occupiedm His plan worked on the mess hall F
p drains mangled and gory carcasses gang for he filled the house with the biggest collection \t tees in search of loving cups or trophies, t Ifi fl

from the ring. Still the flint. them. All the others from the other you've yet seen. Rat- t suitable for Golf, Tennis or other athletic t, }
!parted on-lookers were not satisfed. houses were there too. .
! 1 shouted for more blood, and I I The session opened with a son,; by tling good caps. Briskly t events, will find it an easy matter to t

4 sty Gunn, amid thunders of ap- two Tampa boys. Then there followed styled. Springy. Trim. I Choose from selection packages which we t

!ause led the referee from the ring. a debate by two rats on the ew r I l And correct! will send :
gladly approval.
?rom this time on, the fight as- popular and puzzling subject 'is the t upon ,

timed a very informal air. dynamo in a lightning bug more important A
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hurled the trembling 4I
The cruel Sophs than the spinning wheel in a I
Rats into the arena with fienu- spider." I

t psh glee. The fight progressed from Rambo and Marsicano then op:ned Dobb's Caps, S3; Dobb's Hats ......4>. 4k4444
me' horror to another, but it seemed i th.e real cheer practice and sent the p .
slack the -.Dictators': $7, $7.50 and $8.50; Society SHOES REPAIREDBY
!impossible to : gang thru Long Gators Sirens, RH- Y
uncanny thirst for gore. With demonical Ki-Ho's, and songs till they showed Brand and Stratford Clothes $40 & t

shrieks they goaded the help- by the volume of pep they were able to $60.'See i o. 8
Ii fcs Freshmen on to their torture. to arouse that they ought to make: two *
I Some of the Rats, terrified their op- good cheer-leaders out on the football o SHOE REPAIR COMPANY
ponents by a hypnotic waving of their field this fall. The gang of student'I our Representatives-Willie 4,
glows in air. Some overwhelmed showed by the noise they made that Shoes Called for and DeliveredWork] Guaranteed ,
(teir adversaries by their\ savage defense they are out to give that old Qatar Morgan and Frank Evans for v 0; f

Others bested their! antagojjsts team all the support that a solid ttud- information in regard to our TELL T. P. WINTER, AGENT, 35 BUCKMAN <>, 1

their superiority at biting in ,ent body cheering section '
_by can live t
at and merchandise.Harvey's. Q $ $ .... _
the clinches. every game every minute of

1 The closing event was a Battle Roy those games.The ...
Jal between blindfolded Rats. One of meeting ended with tha sing- .
Ithe Rodents, loosing his bearing; fe- ing of the Orange and Blue. VISIT US EVERY DAY '
rociously assailed the time-keeper. f ,
land he. realizing hi j danger. called,' During the past years it has beena THE LYRIC THEATRE I !

time and thus put an end to the disappointing fact that many of the You Know How We Stand on All College Matters E .
ghastly spectacle. high school athletes went to colleges Correct Haberdashery
out of the state. This year the ss.csm_ a-.o4mos!
Inter-college and interclass foot- condition has changed and this year's > ,
ball 'will begin about Thanksgiving, freshman team contains six of the 24 W. ForsythJACKSONVILLE 1
er as soon as the varsity team fin- past season's all-state: team. Theyare STYLE
isiies the season so that the necessary Dick Brown,'Edgar Jones, Horace .
equipment. can be obtained. Smith, Goldstein and Nolte of Jack- FLORIDA
sonville and Vickery of Gainesville. ALL THE WHILE ;1

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1 sent. Above, and to the sides, will I

1 ADMINISTRATION be dressing rooms, and beneath tie Ii I BROS. MEN'S SHOP
stage will be the armory and officesof COHEN

1If BUILDING A MUCH the Military Department- The au. t --- ;

ditorium including the galleries, will
t This Season a Very Complete
.1!.1r 1 seat 2,200 people. A place will ke '
; NEEDED ADDITION I Is reserved for a $50,000 pipe organ, to I II I I'' Line of Wearables fer Young Men '

I be installed song time. 1
In the front portion will be cffices OUR FEATURE FOR FALL WEAR fi
First Unit Nearing Completion '
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for the president registrar, cashier i
g i : i Will Cost $2,000,000; Completed 0 auditor, and probably some of the FASHION .
by Next Year Deans of Colleges. The Florida State t
Museum, at present inadequately
housed in Science hall, will here have t 2 Pants Suits TI

a t A prominent feature of the campus, room to display the specimens new ,

At present is a half-finished brio: stored away. The student literary t NEWEST IN MODELS, SHADES : .

t i structure situated between engineering societies will have their own rooms AND TEXTURES PRICED AT \

; building and the wood-working shop. provided.An t
This is the first unit of the new administration important feature will be the
.. Memorial for the of Flor 1
room, men
building, which when I 33.75
finished will be the finest in the I ida who fell in the World war. There 4 l j
will be alcove for each county anda
south. This part will cost $200.000.1 YOUR MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED
of record will be reserved of everyman "
which $100,000 has been appropri-t
ated. It is expected that before the i who nlisted. i
' The tower situated just in frontof
present appropriation has been used f' I See Our Representative, Mr. S. J.
up the Legislature will give another I the auditorium is to be 190 fest I
high An organization is being perfected Lowenkopf, 57 Thomas Hall
g equal amount, so that it will be completed -! t
by the opening of school next now to raise money to purchase :
x : J
a set of chimes. I'I

year.The building will be in the form oft 'l It is of course indefinite- when this I'tt I WHITE FLANNEL Shirts Buttoned Down, Col- :4 BUSTER BROWN LISLE*v

a a letter "T" of which the present (1(structure will be completed as : f
t portion forms the standing part. The I I it depends largely on the generosityj t tierFOR I I HOSE J
but it is -i
( cross-bar will face North toward j II of the Legislature reasonable
w Language hall. In the standing pan j I to suppose that within 5 or 6I t i $7.45; and Gray $2,45 I 25c Pair
I i Florida will the finest
J 1.; is the auditorium which will be used jo years posess _____
administration building in the souib.UNIYEUSI'f.Y 8 4I! "" "" "" 4I 4II 4 4! "" -'
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i4. mencement exercises conventions.com-j University a chance to develop its -

aU large gatherings which WILLHAVE CAMP: SITE aquatic talents. Up until now the I tice for the spring meets will start .......

t have been held in the overworked\ University has had no place in which! Monday Manager King stated that HEARST'S

' ., gymnasium The stage will measure' it could train a swimming team or the workouts for the first week will SUNDAY AMERICAS\ :
' 60 feet boad by 40 deep-large enough: (Continued From Page One.)
rowing crew, and because of this ithas be light in order not to cause any
1 for any kind of entertainment whic'ithe I floor will be fitted up with cots to
not been able to compete with
Y", s r _university students wish to pr'.1 take care of students who wish to I I Ii other colleges in these sports. unnecessary stiffness to unaccustomed ATLANTA CONSTITUTE
muscles. All men who .v
|i spend the night there. Mr. McCanless, associate state sec- COMICsJ
IF want to try out for this cross-
I The site is on the, new federal road retary of the Y. M. C. A. went over :o4\
t that is under contructIOn from Gain- the grounds and announcing his approval try run of three and one-half 1

t NORAH ''I'II ;I I ssville southward and on this thoro- ,declared it to be one of the miles should get into track togs::: dOn the Corner Every &\

i fare will be about eight and one-half finest in the state, and pronounced its as soon as possible to develop the
urday: NightP.
miles from the University. It is purchase one of the best and most old stride and wind. The men

r- I i ART AND GIFT SHOP II i I also stated that this is the neatest of progressive movements of the kind I who expect to try out for the field H. GILLEN, AGENTSee
, Pictures and Picture Frames I I the deep water lakes that would serve that have been made in Florida. The events in the, spring are also urged

------------ -----. I the purpose to the University and far-sightedness of Dr. Murphree and I to come out to get practice in
can also be reached by the T. and J. Mr. White in the matter has made the starting, hurling and discus throw- D. F. McDowell 107T

3 railroad which runs within 200 yardsof I camp possible. These two gentlemen ing, the javelin, hurdling, doing! Hall for writing paper.I I

/ the property. It is understood that personally obligated themselves for the broad jumps and working out
. 1Cj tl') } ?DAK. A3 YOU GOt the authorities of the "Y" are now .great risks to put the deal over while for the trackevents. Patronize Gator AdvjertiswT

conferring with the officials of the the time was ripe, thus making a camp

railroad to make convenient arrangements site possible I ............................,
for the fellows to go to the
lake week-end outings and BOYS WHEN YOU BUY SEED BE SURE TO GET THE
occasions. -FROM-

Majoir Van Fleet, is is said, will
employ the property throughout the Meeting of about 60 prospective -
school term for military (pur]*> es, track men was held in the GAINESVILLE, FLORID

holding on the premises the encamp, Gym Saturday afternoon at which ............... ...............t.tI

ments and other military function* Manager Russell King presided and

,t which it has been very difficult to outlined the plans for this years' I I j

find places for in the past. track season as told in another article -

KODAKPictures Dr. Manchester will also use it for and announced first practicefor .
acquatic sports at the University and Monday afternoon. COVERS
Practice for the
besides affording a place for all students Thanksgiving
c to swim it will make an A. 1 cross-country meet and fall prac- 41
about the
.swimming team possible for the Ga iI i
t4 cam pus your class- I tors. There is no doubt that the Uni- t

. mates, for example, with versity has as promising material in 1.1 Eagle Barber Shop I II To Our Banquet of Fll Suits *

theirsnugsombreros that this line as any University or insti- ,

: grow smaller with each tution of the kind in the country and I FOREXPERT t

t rain-are fun to make this lake which is a mile long by a t SERVICE I l L
half mile wide will afford ample facilities }
;, .. now and grow priceless i /
for the development of a team t Burnett THE Clothier
mss. in your senior year. of this sort.Fishing I t If you call once you'll call
again. t
You know, of course, that i at the lake is also reportedto i 'NUFF SED '
:' 1 the folks back home would be of the best, and according to a Next Door to Alachua Cafe t't't .
:statement made by an authority of the f
appreciate the story-telling PALEY BOYD I '
Xf government, Uncle Sam will furnish I iJ
pictures can send them. t
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any amount of trout that is needed to .
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Picture making the Kodak restock it. ;

1 way is easy and enjoyable. great Ths asset new campsite to the University.will prove The a A. H. Doran

ii t Come in and we'll show you students can make up week-end trips t THE '

; Autographic Kodaks "" lake enjoying the fun of camp life, 232 East Accessories Main Street SouthAUERBACK'S t Basement Language Hall 1
't. $6.50 hunting, fishing and swimming. The
up t
faculty is also expected to take part u tt

BAIRDHARDWARE in the trips as well as the students; t New Line of University Jewelry and Stationery, Lark, I II
.' in this way students and professors FINE lOc
CO. Assortment of
: I Pennants, Freshman Caps Memory
will knew
.iT come to each other in a
f Phone .. different I Books, Etc.
rY -, class room.atmosphere from that of he DORSEY & CO.GROCERIES t

This new acquisition is not only a t EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENTt

camping ground, but it -affords the
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"TOR TRACK I-EAM mitteja will be in position to !rance RSm&ffiRRRSSjj r.a. mm..n lnnrertrtrtt'nnnrtfi u >Jw .
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G .. PLANS FOR SEASON track athletics more than previously. J. W. M'COLLUM & CO. : >ii !
due to the fact that several hundred DRUGGISTSTHE jj GATOR CAFETERIA x! 1:4

(Continued from Page 1) dollars are saved because of having REXALL STORE R AT COLLEGE INN Qi
no paid coaching staff. This will
' year- Plans have been Agents for
P coming add greatly to the possibilities of the !2 i
to arrange for meets be'fD Liggetts and Norris Candies CAFETERIA SERVICE l .
Of Gator Track Team. ;
ken I which is limited Gainesville Fla. !x i
Gator track team andams :
'' the Baby the state as Duval High [only by financial shortage. It is certain Short Order Service _-----------uu---'u 7:30 A. M. to 11 P. M. ; FL
of i that the committee will do all
d 1 Fort Lauderdale. This will give I in its power to aid the team in that SPECAL CHICKEN DINNER on Sundays._______12:30 P. M. jjjfi
opportunity to Perfect thi.errm S HOE S
m the i respect, tho even the budget is working x
i and stride without the monotony i> under difficulties. A. A. ACKER Prop. "
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,! .../"HnuoUS unbroken training. I H B. M. TENCH H fiffifaB2ffiffi
material that the Gators I !
:with the FLORIDA MEN 3.ADE I ffif2ffi !fi! !
this year they should bee
for eF
to make a record on track like O Gainesville, 0
_will on the gridiron and the bas ;- (Continued m Page (1) The DUNN-PEN, made without a rubber sac, c

|1 diamond; like they did at camp liminary practice when an extra( fine E Florida E puts an end to fountain pen faults. Demon- : i
summer. All the varsity
the .
I in ring of the *last yeflrs' team will be hit was made, like a 'center bull,' stration at .- : {

L k and in better shape than ever, those marking that target in the pits S HOE S L. C. SMITH'S, South Side Square =

i the important exception of Art would say, "must be a Florida man I :
has been the best -
who man
ollee I
on our target, which was usuallythe .ti
Gators have had in previous years.
awn, of Florida, holds the S. I. case. expected any time. Goods at Prices at
Popular Popular
A.record in the broad jump breakthe In firing course "B," which was The thirty men from the advanced
previous record last year. the regular R. O. T. C. course for ClrpS.and ten from the basic making I II

previous record was held by Flor- the advanced companies, Florida up the Florida aggregation which BURKHIM'SSEE
haTing been taken by Sollee two qualified thirty-nine out of her forty
in the six weeks from June .5th to
previously. Cox will be er- and had a larger average than any
n July 26th kept Florida first in ev>ry- r
his in mile ,
ted to boll own the except one University which was rep- ;
two mile, and will be in excellent resented by but two men. Florida's thing are: Virgil M. Bradshaw, William ;
pe, after training thru the football highest score, 223 out of a possible J. Bullock> Edgar B. Busbee, Leo Vidal Drug CompanyFOR

son. Buckley will be better thanr 250, made by V. M. Bradshaw, was M. Butler, George A. Calhoun, Law I DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES I
in the half-mile. Newton will equalled only by A. L. Young, of the rence H. Cobb Charles E. Cook, John ,
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on. Hokenstadt will do the There were many men qualified to mert, George F. Ferris, Clarence E.
iy work for the Gators. Hare shoot on the University of Florida Field, Landon Fuller, Shelby G. Gas M ,
1 be here to take up the quarter Rifle Team, as it was officially kins, Albert J. Geiger, William M. season at Florida., by far his best end of this week would see the ap
:er men who were not eligible known, and no doubt a second team Harrison, Allen T. Hollenrake, RoyB. I pearance of Captain Duncan, Ray
t; year will be with the! varsity: would have been very close to second Hoskins, Donald Hubbard, FrankM. one.A strong addition to the backfieldthis Dickson> and fullback Hokenstadt ,in

Iud 1 g sprinters as Case and Bar- place. However, as only six shooting Keller, W. P. Ladd, J. W. Mellor, week was seen in the form of uniform, but as yet no definite word F
in. Many men of the squad who members were allowed, Major Van Ellis Moore, Frank C. Paul, ErnestM. Wade Mahannah\ who played a won- of their arrival has been received.As .
not make the trip in previous Fleet and his staff wisely choose the Schabinger, George B. Stanly, derful game at halfback in 1920. His soon as these men arrive the !-
LIS will have the advantage." cf a victorious team composed of V. SI. Harold C. Stabsfield, Lloyd D. Stew- performance against Georgia that varsity squad will be recruited to
a or two of traning, and will be art Irvin D. Williams Horace Wil- full strength, and will soon take on
Bradshaw, (team captain); D. G. year was one of the features of the
much better shape. Graves; W. M. Harrison; F. C. Paul; son, all from the advanced corps; and game. He is speedy a good forward the appearance of a finished machine. f,
i that the
is expected conP H. M. Salley and T. L. Van Sickle. Floyd B. Bowen, Joseph S. Butts passer and a better than an average 'I
Among these men Salley was the David I. Disbennett, Vaughan W. punter. tIt Subscribe for the Alligator and .I: ;I 1'1'
r + outstanding star._ not only for the ,I Driggers Jesse R. Emmers n. Donald!: was confidently expected that the patrnnie Gator advertisers. i t
team but of the whole match. His i G. Graves, Joseph H. Markham, H. 4 I I

first score was- a leader for the team,i M.\ Salley, Talmadge L. Van Sickle, :\ I H; I i.
and from the beginning he stood out Richard F. Vaughan, of the basic .. f tF I '';:

-- as highest among those competing. corps. j :
With every position he continued to While the closing days of camp +

!c, increase above his nearest rival. At came with all the attending joys felt t I',
I by them who know that they i f
the close of the match he led the Q
F next highest man: by eleven points, worked hard and have benefitted by
i other men on the team had scores as it, it was not without some regret 0. _
having an aggregate score of 312. The that the new ties which bound themto ,

U. BOYS== follows: Bradshaw, 299; Graves, Camp McClellan and the friends '
' 298; Harrison, 297; Paul, 287; Van made there were broken. The camp
Sickle 280.SaUey was considered a success by every ...
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r took first place among the I student, and the experience gained 3 V ._ NOTICE J I L
individual s cor e s. Bradshaw there, both in military lines and otherwise / '"
fourth, Graves fifth, and Harrison I will never be forgotten, nor will ,' !: r!
This is Your Store- sixth. Second and third places any regret ever be expressed for hav_ j
f. > f taken by men from Louisiana State ing attended it. All Students arriving late should : t

, !;1You're Welcome 'and Auburn, respectively.The not fail to take) advantage of our ." '.; I,
Florida team's score led from COACII KLINE NOW ,
the first by such a margin that it ON FIELD; GATORS t Laundering Offer as outlined in i
was evident who had cinched the first ARE IN FULL SWING
here when in Tam- our letter to you. We call for your ; f
place, and those inquiring about team 1 :
standings would always say: "Whois (Continued from Page One) laundry and return it, charging I F
second now" or "who is third." Each practice sees an increase in
pa-When you need The team was never close enough to the number of aspirants and an interesting you only $8.00 for one whole sem- ,

a rival to be worried about being part of this fact is that ester, $4.00 for one-half semester, z
.beaten and this may have helped to each pew face that arrivies is a star
'Clothesve'll be payable in advance.
run the team score up to 101 points either of the :past season or of some
above the team which took second I recent season. Among the notable ftNo .
place. line men back are George Hodges and

serve you. The standings of the first six Fats Wurthrich. Both these: men are limit to quantity. You pay us Fi s '
teams were as follows: Florida 1773; i guards and have rendered invaluable
I Citadel, 1666; Louisiana State, 1666; I service: to Florida in the past. Hodges and we do it all, for one price. Y

1 I :Mississippi A. & M. College, 1660; I played with the varsity squad in Money refunded if not satisfied. '
I Davidson, 1657; University of Georgia :>> 1920 and established a wonderful record -
OLF BROTHERS 1636. for his knowledge of football,
I During the last week of the>camp I hard fighting and his never-failing '

the Camp Commander, General Winn, pap that he showed throughout in : Weaver Steam Laundry, Inc. i..
ordered that a special regemential re- spite of several injuries he received
Tampa view be held at which he presentedthe during the season. In addition to his .

silver cup won by our Gallery football ability, Hodges is a valuable
Rifle Team during the past school track man.
r year. This cup will finally belongto "Fats" Wurthrich is a veteran of { '
the first school winning it three several seasons at Florida and has : I ':

mss'f times. This is the first year it has ever been known as one of the hard- .. .. ........ II

been won by our school and it is not est fighters that the Gators have ever I
expected to leave its place in the turned out. He was at a disadvantage I' -
University of Florida for the next during a large part of last season on ._, I.
three years, and then never. The account of an injury to his knee, but : I tiI
' + + + + + + + + cup won by the rifle team at camp he says he is in the best of conditionat I I t '

I has not been presented yet, but is present, and hopes to make his last I'" I!"

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ret t City; Ifugt Roberts, Jr.., :Miami; J. Pres. Winfield. The members who

(Continued from age four.) L lahoma.Fahs, Lcesburg; Red Mounts. Ok. answered to the roll were: Prof. P. WATCHTHIS .

: I Smyrna; and Eearl Trammel, Miami. L. Reed Maj. J. A. Van Fleet Prc .

Sigma Alpha Epsilon-Sepents, STATE Y SECRETARY SPOKE J. A. Winfield, Secretary Landon Fuller : SPACE FOR'FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS

: ; Jim Brumby St. Petersburg; "Spick" AT; THE LAST Y MEETINGThe and A. j'. Geiger, Messrs. A. A. j

Stanley Jacksonville; Tub) Field:*, w.ekly Y. M. C. A. prayer Gillis, and I. W. Scott were absent !
rJS"I' Miami; Maurice Wilson Bartow; meeting was .held. at, the "Y" building for
Felding presented
fi f i Earl Futch Lakeland; and Warren as usual, last Wednesday night Mr. report ,

_? >{, Lighteey Bartow. Thetas-Donat.l t at645. The attendance was not 1921-22 Seminole showing assets and NOVELTIES, ART AND GIFT SHOP i"
Baird, Kussel Hatcher and Clinton !J.30 large as the previous meeting i expenditures. Report was accepted "

( Eurbridge, Jacksonville; Sam Lawson, 35 many of the students attended: and turned over to Pro Reei- and
; Orlando; Harvey Hummer, St. Pete&- their respective churches .iowr.town. Mr. Geiger to check. Motion was -
,/ ., burg; and Sam Lee Kissimmeee. The meeting was opened by Mr. carried that balance of $42.61 be turn. "
Pi Kappa Alpha-Serpents, Milo White general secretary of the University ed pver to Mr. Folding with than'w
,. Stewart. Jacksonville; Clyde Long, 'Y". It was announced that of Budget Committee for his capableand \
Madison Arthur Hafferman, Pena successful work in handling st>
; I hereafter the nvetingill:! start at m.1 SHIPMAN-WARD REBUILT TYPEWRITERS -
.- cola; L. R. Todd. St. Petersburg. Ih/J 630 instead of 6:45. inole acounts.Dr. .

T I :* tas-Roger Randall St. Petersburg; Te opening hymn was "More About Manchester requested advance :- $3.00 DOWN JI]
Herbert Patterson St. from Gym fund to hire trainer and I '
I, ; etersburg; J('-<;us. Sentence prayers were offzr
f b I Bob Thrasher, Sanford; and Frank 'I pd by several members of h-"c; ; ;; I assistants.Mr. Typewriter Repairing and4i
}" (' : Ilardaway Orlando gation. Mr. White then introduced : Geiger moved that Dr. :Manchester

"ri .. ), .r Theta Chi-Serpents R. L. Tomblin t W. F. McCanless associate state secretary ; be instructed to hire trainers Supplies :t j
i .t I: I Winfield, Hendry and Fred Bartleson. of the Y. M. C. A. who was with the understanding that they

: ji!'". Thetas-Carson Andrews Elmo .:lure on a visit to the University. Mr. would receive compensation from the The Blopdworth Typewriter & Repair Co.
:4 ; lleeks. Raymond McDaniel, Dick Burr McCanless gaa short talK on the Budget Committee at their next ,

:-i ', i : and Wallace Schaffer. necessity of always keeyin g intouch meeting. The motion was seconded Next Door to Western Union II I

.(. 1 Alpha Tau Oiaega-Serpents, George with" God. He chose for his text, and carried. I
t Hitchcock John Dickenson. Jack Luke:2:41. drawing comparaisons with Budget Committee will hold regular

r!? :t *onvije; and J. T. Miller, Haines Cit:.'. pur every day life from these verseson meeting next Tuesday evening,
5' S 1, Thetas;-Lew Woods and Gordon Gibbons the child Jesus in the Temple. His Sept. 26- at 7 o'clock, in Prof. Reed's

: ; Tampa; and Chili Clou h. Jack advice! to the students was to alWays room in the Engineering Colleg//?. .

I sonville. keep God with them for when TRULY LOUIS J5
", Kappa Alpha-Serpents. Dick Had.I I We lose God we lose everything worth
: low and Ed Jones. living for. The
I ; Murk prayer was I (The Sign of Quality)
Si : ; Edwards. Tampa; Brooks Bat. nlau offered by Mr. McCanless.
I Birmingham, Howard 12
; Ocala; George Cox, Rock Ledge; alit'i4 j I The students of the University should Jacksonville Normal 0.
T. L. Davis. Thetas-John L. Bppd boar in mind that these weekly prayer
t At Syracuse, Hobart 7. Syracuse
and Norton Christie, Jacksonville j I I meetings are started early and SOMETHING OF INTEREST TO. YOU BOYS "J

t, Walter Traxler, Ocala; Earl Freemaj are made short so that they 28.At
j" enough Schenectady Union 13 Clark
DaytonaGeorge Gingras. Cocoa; j may have plenty to study cr son 6.At .
and John A. Murphree Gainesville "(attend their own churches later in Fall
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At Macon
Ga. Mercer 24. Piedmont
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