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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 1922
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
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biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
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semiweekly[ former <1962>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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MEET FURMAN + In order 3. to facilitate the .
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Student Body, Il.ish that all .*
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ILL MEET LAST YEAR'S position will be found Dickson an-1 before the Student Body would + hopes of d t pingsho ; ability I[NEXT SATURDAY .12 TO 1

CHAMPIONS OFSOUTHCAROLINA Wade Maharmah. These men are .fr notify me not later than noon + and spirit among the rats, and enabling IN GYMNASIUM
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good punters with splendid ability at Thursday. Ii.J them to try out sucessfully for "

backing up the In.e, and breaking up + A box will be placed in the .Jfr the Gallery'Rifle Team. "RATS OUT! i

With Duncan, Dickson, Hockensfadf forward passs. Others who are put hallway* on the second floor. + During the second semester t'te
for backfield positions and, showingup + of the gym, and I will appreciate + Freshman will continue the school of Florida Will Start Off Season 4 +_

"- and Others, Gators wefll, altho inexperienced are A. + your leaving a notice here .> the platoon followed by the schoolof With the Right SpIritTo

Well Prepared Simmons, Williamson, Cohen, Webster + of the' nature of the business + the company and extended order On Wing

.. + you wish to bring to the attention ;
April 7 the care and use of the Infantry I
continuation of the regular routine On the line the material is shapingup of the Student Body anti + equipment will be studied prpp- .

practice with the addition ofigit fine altho the number of experienced + the name of the person who is + atratory to scounting and patroluig A regular old fashioned backwoods y

.scrimmage has been the program men out for line i is somewhat limit- + to present it. Notices can be which will begin the first of May and I corn-bread and turnip g -eens-
ed. For Ihe ind positions are Cap tarn received until 12:10 m. Thurs- I.i'
of the varsity work this week, { p. --- ---.i rt-together, Gator ''Pep meeting
nd each practice denotes increasing I i + day. + has been called by cheer leaders
(Signet) JAS. A. WINFIELD. '* I BUDGET COMMITTEE .
teamwork 40 : Ramlx l Marsicano
r rit ant among the TRACK TRAINING I FOR and Harris for
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President. *
repp, are out for the squad indicating I next Saturday noon, 12 to 1 o'clock.

1 t tie team will be in excellent! + I ON TUESDAY EVENING Every old Gator with any spsar'c: cf .-
shape to meet the fast Furman team CROSS-COUNTRY RUN I' + + + + 1'I I :I spirit, everY Rat who wants to get
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ext' ;Saturday. m i I ____ I the old Gator spirit will be there to

Tl arrvial this week of Ray Dick MILITARY PROGRAM FUNDS FOR TRAINER, GYM.!r hear the speeches, go thru the yells

on,=Hokenstadt, and Captain F. II EIGHTEEN LETTERS SENT 1 LOCKERS, Y. M. C. A. t and songs and, in short, get all printed

Duncan has been a big factor in the TO S. I. A. A. SCHOOLS AND OTHERS II I for ,the afternoon set-to when Fur-

ncrea ed pep and decided improvement ADVOCATING CROSS FOR FIRST SEMESTER man, the pride of South Carolina! ,
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meets that
that the teams have been displaying old Gator Eleven
COUNTRY ....The. regular monthly meeting of., The program will be
during the week's practice one that oughtto ; ._
Bickson was the varsity fullback last COORDINATES PRACTICAL the, Budget Committee was held on), Arouse enthusiasm in the Jallest !

gason and altho he was injured several Training for the prospective cross AND THEORETICAL COVERS the evenjng of September 26th in ;, bookworm on the place and make .he
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times during the season he performed country run was started last Mooch.; the Engineering College. The meet-: most ardent football fan see nc rca-
wonderfully in the games in under the supervision of Captains' BOTH BASIC ing, was called to order at 7:20p.. m. 'son why Florida shouldn't clean upon

Much he played He is a star p'ln- Atkins and Ryder. There were also AND ADVANCED by President Winfield, I. W. Scott the whole season of game 1 ,

.er.'ropkicker and pUoement kicker. several men who came out for fall!! J/ --=- being absent. j jMr. The old question ''What are we

Hokenstadt will play his first year training. to prepare themselves for The Military Department program Geiger moved that $800 be set going to do'with Furman will be

it Florida this season; due to the the spring season. The coaches are t ffcr the coming year has !keen completed aside from Gymnasium Fund for em answered by prominent and cortpetei t E

;fact that he was ineligible last sea- looking farward to a possible S. I. and is in more ways thin :OK" the ployment of trainers. Mction second_ authorities. Fist; there< is. Dr. :Murphree.

'on..,He is a fullback or halfback and A..A; (cross-country run to be held on
lays a fast, hard, aggressive garn/. Thanksgiving day. Letters have been out. The work has been arrangedso Dr. Manchester presented following football fan, he is one of 'em. He

t Captain Duncan was one of the sent to 18 S. I. A. A. schools' inviting as -to co-ordinate th.! classes as requisitions: $137.50 for Gym lock- says he'd rather, sit on the sidelines a,

tStanding starts on the line last them to participate in ,this- cross: to theory, with the practical: exercises ers, this money to be taken from the with the team than in the finest

'car,, performing with such ability country meet. which come until November Ih- Gym Fund; $200 for trainers $400 .box-seat.. In fact he did that veiy

t he was given a place on the all- If the Intercollegiate me.etcanr.ot: at weight on Tuesdays and I Thursday advance on Minor Sports Fund; $316 i thing when Florida teat Alabama

southern F team seclected by Coach be materialized this year, a cross The drill periods mentioned will consist frcm" Gym Fund; $216 for: installation last year and enjoyed every minute I

1in.e. He is i fast man down underpants country run will be held among the principally of close order drills of lockers, and $100 as an advance ;; of the time. Dr. Murphree will be t

accurate in receiving forward men on the campus. Definite plans in order to perfect the B.italjion in fund. Theses requisitions were all there.

passes, and a mighty obstacle to the i j will be niado next week as to where these disciplinary move'mcrh before voted on separately! and accepted. ;! Then there js Coach Klihe-the f
i, and when the meet shall be held, as the man who trains the
opponents end runs. government inspectors .l11"kctheir Manchester' read report of the Gator team. He
One of the main features of the I i i'practice soon as the other'schools, and heard. visit. After the inspection there will;! summers expenditures. Report':- will be on hand to give the inside a

for this week has been the : from. be a let up en the close order drill cepted. dope on the line-up, conditi.n, kicking .

vcrk in tackling. Both line and backj j At a meeting held by the faculty with a substitution of ddit:on-tl cer- Mr. E. A. Clayton presented a Acquisition ':, etc. Furthermore hell] tell: you

ield have been given G71.j. members of the Athletic A'iiOciatifn.both emonies and pr tt.il problems It ,from the Peabody Club for' that a lot depends on the he-ernK: :

the| dummy, ar.d in tackling runnersin the proposed S. I. A. A:'meet is intended that all work: on the trill $14.00, this sum to be drawn frcm sections support in making 3 winning
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the open field. This work has been'iltsrnated ; and the high school meet were highly i field b.g prefaced by a thorough study the Societies' Fund. football team.
Literary Requi-
by running thru strid endorsed by the members. Men who ||a few days previous: in the class r*>..m.i sition honored. Major Van Fleet, who goes out on 1
boxes, pushing the charging machine, (k have the ability to run are urged to ,i The Freshman and Sophomore classeswhich I the field every afternoon as GiachTCline's =
Mr.\ L. D. Stewart presented a re-
and work on hitting the bucking strapiy ! uuisitijn from Y. '. C. A. for $400. t
that there for the
the backfield. I more men -are out required to take two hours of cK! 's hand to supplement the Copcfc's ,re- ;
I team, the better pic trfe coacnrs: will Honored' marks. Major knows football bet-
: Fart snappy signal practice brsbeen ;; room work each week, whil the Jarior *
Prof Reed Mr. A. J
and
Geiger reNEW -
one, of the concluding: features j be able to make.TENNIS and Senior classess making up t'': i ter than a cadet major knows theI.
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tf each practice during the week also. I advanced course will attend three. I D. R. and what he can ted about '

Three,. teams have been,, running every j' TOURNAMENT! Full credit for these classeiss is no*' : STUDENT COUNCIL A the chances for Success of the Gator .

afternoon, each which are\under tn j being given those who finish 'ithor I } team when the student body is be-

direction of one of the coaches which ; course toward graduation, which :gas ORGANIZATIONA I hand it i is worth hearing. ,

i| a decided difference to what hasten :j STARTS ON MONDAY I' never been done here before. This: is I Coach Acosta, who is handling the .'

tho case in previous years when a benefit which will be felt immedat: best looking squad of rat footballers

t dare were twice as many '.team on the/ I I ly by those taking the basic work new organizatio the' Student I that ever caught a forward pass on

field as there were coacheji to super- I The Tennis Club held is first meet-I'' The Freshman class has started iHyear's Council, h.ls been formed in the University (Continued on Page Six.).

!Tse their practice. As a result of ing pf the y-ear in Language i work with lectures on llilita v the initial meeting 0'\ which port that Seminole accounts for 1821. c

this situation many of th,j men who ; Thursday evening. Officers weio t I Courtesy and ? thorough study of the was' held Thursday evening, Septem 22 were audited and found tp ba
ire,out for varsity this mixpejienced -) elected for the coming year and important Drill
year are Infantry Regulation to secure ber 27th at the home of Dr. Bristol. without error. ;-.. i
and will require more Iviensive -I'' business regarding tourna-I a good understanding and appreciation The following officers were elected Motion made thaC?-Secretary. Lan-
preliminary; training. J! ments and coming meets of the Tuesday and Thursday drills. for the coming year:
Fuller be have
don instructed to more I
Sinee the arrival of Dickson and cussed. In the election of officers,! This class room work in the I. D. George Stanley, Chairman. .
3okenstadt the backfield material bas Lynn Crawford was chosen for \>re- ( requisition blanks printed. Motfcn j
R. for the first semester will include H. C. Hurst, Secretary.J .
seconded carried.
l-egun. to form into what looks like :j, ident, Harold Pomeroy for vicq-presi- the school of the platoon and will be ,HKHansborough, Reporter.: and '1
Reporter presented requisition for ::1
!as best bunch of men that Florida dent, and Earnest Mason secretary.In finished by the end of November. This organization was formed in
Kale to buy box of cigars for dis-
I the discussion the
following
ever had in that department. For Beginning December 2 the course Jnj i[connecter: with the department" of
f1e quarterback: position Joe Barth-i club heard plans for the open torunaroent Rifle Marksmanship will be openel in Sociology and Economies. Two student posal of Budget Committee while

fn. John A. Murphre, Ozzy Bie, anti I to"be held at the Univevs'iyoni (Continued on Page Two) sere appointed by the Instructors convening. Died fir want} of a sec
Bob i Monday, Oct. 9. The president brorgnt: f ond. Adjournment.
bids
Harkness are making $troag j tournament and a certain additional. number .... !
rtui a'' tbs subject of prospective meets for pairs will be held.
Barchan and Murphree raving up '
1 students are elected by the classesto Florida to lecture to the students.At .
slight the halfback during the coming season. These will will open on Monday after!!(\ut t !
advantage. For
be members of the Council. The I the meeting, !plans for the man-
?positions then Case Pomeroy be announced as they are definite'yarranged. : October 9. J
are President Crawford wants all the purposes of the organization: is to fos- agement of the Council were discussed _
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fot Beasley, Matthews HokenstatitNewton. ter a dose interest in class work and and the following men were elected ; j.
tennis to come out for the -tournament I ;
IUd The majority of these Entry blanks for the open tournamejit men
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i order make large debating upon socialogical and ec.)nojmical as members: G. H. Perkins, F. S.
laea combine world of either I for the students have been pestj j in to a t
spewed
Smith M R. Hudson John Di kiR-
i subjects. It is' intended also: ,
which the team be
for end running. forward passing orbaeking ed in the basement of the Gym. Ail! i( crowd from can -
l letter will be to bring prominent authorities: on son, Otis Green John Bond and C. ,
minor .
off tacklCi. In the fullback :] entrants must sign up by Oct. 7, as picked. A sports i
<(Continued on Page Two) ; entries close that date and drawing; given to all who make the tpant these subjects to the University of H. Summers.

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r r I GATORS JX FINE SHAPETO citing debate as to whether a centipede y:;SHKHfiKHHfiSKS a

MEET. FURMAN SAT. suffers more from corns thana
I giraffe does from sore/ throat. Both
r,, I i Continued from Page One) sides were' convincing in arguments x! MEET ME AT -

Duncan. Coleman Ralph Simmons, and each won a unanimous decision. x.

r Joe !Merrin Philip Thomas, Bred At this mteting motion was passed Yi
... Mounts. Owrstreet. For the tackle changing the date and place of ths Y;
i \position will be found Robinson, Doty meeting of the society. It ,was: furth MILLER'S
J Rash, Johnson, Burnett, Warren, Low- er decided that the roll be kept open !:Ii
.) *opf. At guard is "Fats" Wirb- until October 10, after which time Y;
i4 f' rich Hendry Cobb, Ncrton, Smith each new member must come in thru !:Ii I
Stewart. At the pivot position will regular channels of application and We Are At Your Service '
r be found Shorty Gunn, Buck Carlton election. y;
S =r r= and Milton Wyatt. Yiy No Place Like Home and Miller's

-d+ 1, ', The scrimage during the latter part Dr. Crow (In French_ II)-What !Ii; .
F of the week was a spirited affair and !Ii
this
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t gave a good insight into the nature case Sias (Promptly)-Masculine. .!Ii B Yifififififi! ! !fifih! $! !fifi! !f fi
:of the plays, and the success that was "
'f l# achieved was very gratifying to all t

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r17-J ; I MILITARY PROGRAM .
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;zi continue. the Remainder of the year. i
:"i' The Sophomore class has begun th, % Ii
1 year's work with lectures and practical .- S ,
t work in :Map Reading and Military E
Sketching, which is to be followed 6y l i r .
a study of Grenades about the myid'e
of Novepnber and from December toT :-
.' the end of the semester with work on ;
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< the Automatic Rifle. The second

i _t semester the work will consist al. .
L ; most entirely of Musketry and Rifle JI J
L Marksmanship. A short time wM be I
rtx'', given to bayonet work during the

k month of February. Bas :, _
:. I The Junior class is reviewing tLe
I. D. R. before beginning its regular
work in military law and Field Engineering
which will require t whole
,. c'. of the first semester. The Infantry

kr' weapons with special work on the a
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tr7.: machine gun will constitute the second -
semester's work up to the last of -.IL ...iii IllHMI1--j
.r April at which time' the Juniors will
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a the range with the Sophomores. t 9..
., The Military History and Policy of
S + 4 .+ 1 the United States has set the Seniors Real Service Must Be EngineeredMany ,
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to their task of completing their mil

', itary work in the University. This of the whose writ I The in the
men names are largein design engineer, Westinghouseplan
k' course will be followed by several lec- .
;?Tf S ures on Administration after which engineering history are design engineers; men ; is responsible for the performance of the

tactics will require attention for the like Westinghouse, Lamme, Stanley, Hodgkin- finished product. He cannot possibly have the

oj remainder of the semester. The sec y. E, son, Tesla, Shallenberger. Their inventions proper understanding of operation unless he operates -
ffr ond semester will open with a course, 55 3 z have the quality of usefulness, of reliability, of and tests, unless lie spends time and thoughtin

in Pistol Marksmanship and an endeavor productability; which is an involved way, perhaps investigation and study, not in the laboratoryor
to organize Pistol Team to>>
+1 r compete with similar a teams at other ... of saying that they have the primary drawing room, but right on the operatingjob.

r"( schools. Following pistol practice requisite of all really great inventions: Here, most of his ideas will develop; and

tactics will be taken up again to continue Serviceability. here he will see and prepare for all the different
until. the close of the school r things which the product will later have to
year. Engineering history abounds in instances of
'That the, work in the :Military Department near-genius that produced no product, 'and of encounter. Then when he comes to put his ,

VI' ; as scheduled has been done great developments that never reached completion creations on paper, his calculations will be j>

so with the benefit of the students in ; and most of these instances are explainedby necessary and helpful to check the conclusions

mind is apparent but the fact that the lack, somewhere in the system, of that which he has reached, and this right use of them
4- that it must be up to such a standarJ ability to give real Service. requires training and a high degree of under -1
,. i as will merit us favor in the eyes of standing. This proper balance of the physicaland

'I the government inspectors when they Service, in a machine or a system, or wherever mathematical conception of things is what J_
pay.us a visit has not been lost sight you find it, is not there by accident but becauseit engineering judgement. :
A. t of. With such a schedule carefully ,
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carried out with reasonable was incorporated by men who understood '
any It should be thoroughly understood that the
amount of enthusiasm there can be what was required and knew how to provide it. '
t primary function of the design engineer is theconception :
no doubt of the favorable impressionthe
: University of Florida Battalionwill .. I Much more is required of the designer than and the production of new or improved
make on any number of inspectors Iifacility, in calculation and mastery of theory.lIe .- apparatus, and familiarity with the

i f that may, be sent here. must have first hand and thorough familiarity practical is essential to the proper discharge of :j

.I f / with manufacturing operations and with commercial this duty.It :
FARR LITT CHANGES r. and operating conditions. It takes
; DATE 'OF MEETING more is this view of designing that makes this 1
.1 than.mere ingenuity and inventiveness to design branch of Westinghouse engineering so important ..
I apparatus that will be really serviceable and so effective, and '-
Monday evening, Sept. 25., Farr so Productive' 'real
Literary society met in Language hall will "stay put. developments. 1.

for its second meeting of the year.
"S The meeting was well attended and "
:4 ': c5 aroused considerable interest.
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President Glover Miller, called he
} S meeting to order and went over the
purpose and object of the organiza
S f ,, tion. Dick Sias outlined the work of
i- "Farr Litt" and the nature of the Westinehonse
programs to be given this year.: Rus
v- t, sell King presented the subject "What
the Society Expects of Each Man." fWESTIHGHOUSE .
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After these timely and instructive ELECTRIC ;
I I talks, the meeting was turned over
to the rats and several responded with OPPORTUNITY! j jfl

t'' extemporaneous talks. Four wearersof
tke green caps indulged in an ex-
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: Omicron Gamma Sigma dance, 'Sat- Due to the alarming increase in the
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4' day evening, September 30. Nine membership and the lack of a properly i: We Invite College Men to See and Try On Our '
ij iji' [to 12 P. m. Sigma Alpha lEpilson submissive spirit on the part o!
Halloween dance, Oct. the 'k'
ual 31. rats, thai initiation was postpone J '

i until a. more favorable occasion. 'EDERHEIMER' :.

PEABODY CLUB .
About 15 ladies were the guests cfthe JOHN MARSHALL MEETING ;
] peabody club (at their second STEIN CLOTHES ; _

meeting of thei year. President Hait, John Marshall Debating Society met L :
the first on the program, told of the in the practice Court Room Saturday 3
prospects of the Teachers in intercoL morning, Sept. 23, at 10 a. m. The .$30 $35 $45- f.

I Irt ]lege athletics and debating. meeting was called to order by the ....
Dr Norman, Dean of Tea her president and the small amount cf s
Specially designed for the straight slim :(
eonE :.e. made an address of welcome business coming up was speedily disposed figures of Varsity men-tailored
I t to the ladies, old'hans, and-'Rats. _of.First to look as good in the showdown as they do in the showcase. Some of the -

W. J. Bullock proud possessor of a the Society was highly amused : models have. inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt. :
, jKjiwth on his upper liy, made a heart and royally entertained by five i $
',1 reiding toast to a mustache. Bulloch Rats who favored the audience with Some have bellows shoulders; also belted. Some have patch pockets that : -

'1 wows' whereof he speaks. .. 'extemporaneous !speeches, speakers : button through,.other patch pockets are plain. Some are two button. Some ,.
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ii i Dr. Fulk told "Why Teachers being selected by the President and" are three button.
sloald Marry" and then Roy Hin,!on subjects assigned by Hon. Duke Bay .
, r in a few words gave the* advantages as they approached the bar. the legal : All in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make- :

1 1I. : of married life according to hii expef one of course. Several budding orators manship., Extra value is, of course, to be expected. k'
fences. were brought to light, who bid c-::
The most interesting experience in fair to develop into first rate debating
teaching was related by Profesor Lit- material. Super-Fine Ederheimer-Stein ,
Suits at Fifty and Sixty Dollars 4.:
tle. Then rat debate to whether ,
a as Second number was an interesting .
an elephant is more graceful than a discourse, interspersed with wit and I.
mule and other rat antics rested'enthusiasm humor, given under the ambiguous ,, EVERYTHING MEN AND BOYS WEAR
for the, refreshments of ice title of "What might have happened.; : FJ
cream and cake which followed. by Chief Justice Rutledge. .
The meeting ended with the singing The third number was a discourse '" I
f the Orange and Blue. of serious Porter'Clothing .
a more nature; by J. Mc- : .
I Henry Jones. given mostly for the I* S (I., : : I }
MIAMI CLUB benefit of the first year men, for the'!
of instilling in them the old](
This year there are approximately purpose i. :
50 Miami men at the University of "Gator spirit", which has been such Co. i

Florida. According to estimate, it an important factor in the upbuilding ,
is double the r.cord of last year.. Mi- of ther school for the pat few years, '. .
and .urging them to pull for Frrida, .
ami has the distinction of entering 90 -
cent of her college freshmen first last and all time. :' :-'- '<>; '. :t
per / in ,:: JACKSONVILLE. CORNER BAY AND .LAURA. ?
the University of Florida. At the last This conceding the program. the -, ; .
adjourned ,
meeting of the Miami CInb. with an meeting
attendance of 40 members, old and REPORTER :. +
new, plans for the ensuing1 yaar were .
made and the Miaoi spirit made i itself: PERSONALSThe .. ,I'.1
felt in the preparation fr athletic JUisses Betty Range, Junta .
teams and social events. The Miami Limebaugh. and Dranty, accompanitd. :++++*+**+#++++++++++++++*++++. ++++++*+++++++++++ I: [

dub maintains co-opkctition with the by Mrs. M. E. Lucas-all of Tamp .- ---..-. -
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: spent! the week-end here ----
They were enroute/ back home after The Woman's Club wi: the scene lj
4 ',"P'IP'IP"I. U"'IP'U"'IP'U".__" U"trtrtrtril" having been in Tallahassee for several of a script dance last Friday evening
4141 ;nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn.;; :: l12121nnnnnnnp;; ;; I F STOCK
I., :n days. Friday they enjoyed a Swanson and his orchestra proved the lOTTO
script dance at the Woman's club. best of hosts. Among the ,(u;'-f- t
I"I"I I GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY' | Saturday afternoon they were entertained town ladies were the Misses \Betty t TAILOR I ; f :
first at an impromptu dance Range, Julia Limebaugh, aM l Ruth
9l U-< and reception at the;: Kappa: hign.a Dranty, and :Mrs. M. E. Lucas of t AND II t tI
!in' Victrolas and Records !x house, and later at a pop dance at Tampa. and Miss Earnestine Hines of 4 ,
!ii jjj the Kappa Alpha house at wnul' they Kentucky. I i iI
y, were the guests of the Kappr. fra I I DRY CLEANER I It I
R. TELEPHONE 86 ternity. The ladies promise an '
| D. COX Proprietor ; !jjjI R' young At-the last meeting? of last year I e
$ !Ii early return visit. of the Pirate Club Robbie Robinson t Phone 354 '
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I I' r J !! It seems that the young ladies who I was elected prtsident, Daks Bayn, ..I.
vice-president Bob Pierce, :. I''
; secretary;
I ... .... motored from Tampa to. Tallahasseeand .
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back had several unique experiences I

:I MARABLE'S STUDIO I II en route. Miss Range reported I II ii[ Q
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that they passed a poor man by the {I i ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH [
"THE HOME OF GOOD PICTURES"Official ;I
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t spring broken. When
.. they passed thrcugh Gainesville the t E. MAIN STREET, NORTH' I is; i
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Photographer for University Publications. It force of gravitation or something??? Reverend John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector ,1:
seemed rivet the party here. Why? i1;
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Kodak Work Returned in a Day'I TELEPHONE 629 "!' '
-Ask Robbie Robinson_he kn ws.
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NORTH SIDE OF:' SQUAREr S Ig t tt The Misses Sarah, Kellar'and Evelyn : -' SCHEDULE OF SERVICES

g Beasley of F. S. W. C. were in SUNDAYS-10:30 A. M. and 7:45 P. M.

OVER MILLER'S II I town the past few days visiting and WEEKDAYS-7:30: A. M. tx
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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR 1

,4 I Continued from Page 3 .

af: Entered as second class matter, September 29, 1912, at the Post McHenry Jones, treasurer. and Pete I '
The foIcw.J: iP
; I office at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of March 3, 1879. Harris sergeant-at-asms. ,
ing initiates have been ele=te'l to
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:c FREDERIC H. LANGWORTHY .___..___.....___..____.Editor-in-Chief Pirates: ,Jim Brumby St. : .- .. '.. -
Jacksonville! Or \'
ROBERT WRAY _-_.___--::_______ .__.. --...__Managing Editor burg; K. M. Brittan ; ; -:'
t ; { T. Green. Ocala; Edwin Woodberry, ::::1
T R. A. CARLTON __________.....___..-.---------Sport Editor Quincy; Chick Chillingsworth, Fort ,-' '

y W. RUSSELL KING ...............__....:...__..._.._._..Make-up? Editor Pierce; Julius Allen Jacksonville! ; I11LA. u. BOY .-

M S K. K. HANSEN _..___.____......?_.._.______.______.___.Joke Editor Victor Hull. Jacksonville; Robert McClure >-

FRANK ELMORE, EDGAR BUSBEE _........_...-.-Society Editors Pensacola.At V...

.i j HUBERT WEEKS .........._....._........_....._..._........___..__... Copy Editor I of **-. ..
a meeting of the old men ..
B. W. AMES .........._..._....__.__..._....--__.___.______._____Alumni Editor I Serpent Ribbon Society last Monday :'
lthe I IR I StoreYou're 6.'
1 N. D. St. JOHN __._______.____'-____._ ._ _____.___Exchange Editor evening the following officers! This is Your ;-

I'4 j Reporters: V. W. Bradshaw. G. Parmenter, Franklin West, G. .wjerej elected:Turner Davis, president r '-

-; f H. Bee, W. Emmons, B. Gamble, Usher, Don C. Booth, R. E- Glenn. ; Franklin West. vice-president; Welcome Time and Placl
Allen Jones-secretary and trtasure'1:

HORACE WILSON ..?........_.. ._.______.._.__...._.__.Business Manager I and Robert Little, chairman of the :make quite

1 D. A. RAMBO _..__.___._.____._._...Assistant' Business Manager! dance committee. A social program here when in Tampa a erenceinwhatamanmaf
i t and a date for the/ initiation of new ,
mmmmfm I i i
, t i I members will be announced at a Later -
I For outdoors
_r1. r--: : PV 1 THAT PEP MEETING 'i" date., \ wear. ifst
I :fi.- : ..-' -When you need the"sports capl!We have

". Next Saturday noon 'will be held the last pep meeting efore' Y, M. C. A. MEETING the biggest collection

; the game with Furman. It is the duty of every man in this col- Clothes we'll be gladto you've yet seen. Rat
Wednesday ,
held last
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services
; lege to be there, and to bring, with him all that he has of that Vesper evening were in the University}. tling good caps. BrisHjJ

a. spiritual loyalty, that God-given enthusiasm which we, in this tY", and a large number of men rare r styled. Springy. Trim

modern world, have learned to call "Pep." A little while later, present. The services were opened serve you. And correct! 1 1Dobb's ;
: with a few songs, after which a..
t eleven men, wearing the orange and blue, will go out upon Fleming -i scripture 'reading was read by the

4 i Field to defend the name of "Florida." They will go out soberly General Secretary, Mr. White, in the I''
absence of the president, Mr. Ray C.
and silently, conscious of what is before them, conscious of what Dickson.
: Caps, $3; Dobb's, Ea
: is expected of them, and determined before everything else not Following 'this, Mr. White gave a WOLF BROTHERS
talk "Apprecia $7, $7.50 and $8.50; SOCK
} .j to fail. That is what they always do, and to you it' ; will seem a very interesting on '
tion due to our mothers back home for !
Brand and Stratford
?! regular part of the day. That is what they are there for, and their sacrifice that we might be here Clothe

you look to them to fight the battle as warriors should. at school, and wisely suggested that I -Tampa / to $60. .;
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; But did you ever stop to think that those men may be look- vividly the temptations and sins to I .

: ing to you for something? Remember, it is not with brains and which we were exposed while! hereat See our Representatives- i j
school, and wisely suggested ttat
brawn and training alone that battle is It is the spirit
a won.
we should let the influence of oU>. Morgan and Frank Evanijf
t back of it that brings victory or defeat. Back of Joan of Arc was mothers be such that w wold .have

France, back of the smoke of the Marne was the American Army. the strength to resist the many pitfalls information in regard tct,!,Gt

i-x and back of them all was the Will which is neither of t the flesh I merchandise.Harvey.

1 ;nor of the mind, but of the spirit. Without it none can win; without Services were concluded by .sentence + + +. + + + + + + +' !
prayers, Mr. White closing the I
t it the mind falls into the slough of indifference, the mire of petition. s

discouragement, and the physical body follows, content todo\ WADE MAHANNAH SENIOR '

things in a half-hearted way. Yet with it, the doing of the im- Men of the College of Arts and CLASS PRESIDENTWade \i

'possible becomes a trifling feat. And the spirit of.that team next Sciences: Be en hand Tuesday. Oct. ,
I 3, at 7 p. m. at Peabody hall. Become Mahannah of the Engineer_
- Saturday will only be a reflection of the spirit you show. They
ing College
was elected
{ a member of "Farr Litt", enjoy president of Correct Haberdashery
1 look to you for that. That is why our cheer-leaders have been its benefits and privileges, and the Senior class at the meeting held

pleading for weeks for a full attendance at cheer practice. What make it the biggest and best literary ,last Tuesday evening in the Law Col

they want, and what the team wants, is :the kind of pep you will society'
IjLi $show next Saturday when every man from the President of the was elected vice-president; Buck
: to the lowest obscure DEAX NEWELL TilE CHIEF I Carlton of the Ag. College, secretaryand 1
j University most rat, will be there. Theydo treasurer; and George B. Stanley FLORIDAwith

not want a bit of surplus energy, a hilarious excitement which SPEAKER BEFORE AGS I of the Arts and Science. College, J

: lasts only for the moment. They want the spirit that fills the I Honor Representative. i

bleachers with tense, determined, earnest ,hearts, and that crowds The Ag. Club was fortunate !in hav_

> the sidelines with men who have "fight"' written in their faces; ing Dean Newell present at its meet- I Notice--GainesvilIe( papers please my secretary at least one
z ing Sept. 25. His speech and the ) All
copy -
they want the spirit of deathless loyalty that fills the throat and freshments following were ths I dates with me young ladies wishing I I ahead of time. F. 'J. (Salome) |T
joust book
blinds the eyes when that team marches on the field, and (that tures of the meeting. T/.j I requests kemper.

L i makes them leap to their feet to sing the Orange and Blue with Dean Newell chose as. a -

t? voices that grow suddenly husky and tremulous. That is. what "The! Work" of the College of A.gn-' .
culture, explaining its division into
"will win the game, and what: : everyone must give. One often goes the college proper wlere: studentsin

R ; up to a man and pats him on the back, saying r "Go it, old boy. residence at the University reciive UNIVERSITY MEN'" .

I know you will win!" By all laws of fair play, the; other should instruction in the scientific: principlesof

l4. turn to him and say: "Thank you, partner.- I'm awfully glad to agriculture, the Experiment Sta-
tion which is ""'"
concerned with discovering
,, ,r hear-you say that. For after all, you know it's up to you." new facts in agriculture and- Demand Value and style
And it is. .
making them available to the farm-

------------ ers of the state and the Extension Society Brand Clothes t
Division, which disseminates this information f
throughout the htei. to Hanan .
those unable to attend the Univer Shoes, Manhattan'Shirts, Kn.x Hat*

BOYS GET 'EM NOW sity.The Are featured
Experiment Station, .is under. I lines in the Giddens Store.
taking extensive soft pork investigations f 9 <

I Men's\ Velour, Hats in All Colors experiments with grasses and MaiL Order a Specialty. ,V' '
forage plants, soils and fertilizers.
Die-back, melanose and stem end rot -

#j . $3.75.- of citrus and diseases of cane and
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pecans are receiving special attention. I ,
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projects -
: ....,. Worth $5.00 Bill '. which will be carried out at the subStations ::- -,'" f ,-
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i at Lake Alfred, Quincy, and

& 'BUSY BAZAAR in the Everglades.
: Following the, speech by the Dean, HENRY
129 W. refreshments were served, anti then GIDDENS CLOTHING C0.1_
University
Avenue
the rats were installed as members of s
the Ag Club in the usual way. TAMPA, FLORIDA
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"The wages of gin is breath.". '

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( J and er of Barnes Duval,of Freeman Plant City of R.are M.mak-A., ,............................... -I ,,!

ing good showing at end. Other prom- .: : ALEX CAFETERIA : ::
! SPORTS ising mn for this position are "Red" .
Newton, Clarke and B ''rtJeson.The : : FRESH-CLEAN-GOOD ,

team is especially pleased with 4 ..
"'i,j the good showing the guards are 4:: : Here's the place to get : t.

. making. Goldstein of Duval May of what you want when 4.
Plant City, Blitch and Green of Tal- + .
iTS ARE READY ber of close'decisions must necessarily lahassee, Harry, Crane and Carterare : you want it. .
j be made. Coach Acosta says thatif candidates in line for guards. .
k the team shows up as well !as the Goldstein and May look good to the ANYTHING at ANYTIME 0 .
[ FOR SCRIMMAGES spirit behind at, a victorious season casual observer and can be counted t i.z
r z I is certain. The real test will be in on to make good in their positions."Be .............................. .

I the scrimmage, which starts this ready for a week of hard

tack of Shoulder Pads Holds Up i week. i -mt*., *' ; .,.. work," says Coach Acosta. .----.... ------- .... -.-. ... -

.1 Yearling Scrimmage, But I Those showing up good for quarter- -
t.
1 They Get Plenyt of Signal back so far are King, Wilson, Ran. GOLF Greenleaf & Crosby CompanyV2.v .
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7 ) Practice and LineCharging. dell and Stanley. The-headwork displayed II ,. I
The of golf will be added to .
I by Jones, Lightsy and Bishop game I f : ., JEWELERS ,.1
the list of minor sports at the Uni '- _
._ point to their proficiency as half
::1aL -k'r' '
it backs.. Jones is one of the best rat versity this year. Dr. Manchester has '' '
announced that the men who participate : Jacksonville, Florida 1
punters that "Florida" has had .1
I The past three weeks of hard, ever in regular work at the new 4
has the rat" and it is expected' that he will prove
practice put
,. [Tuelling!evens in fine shape for the predict- invaluable along this line. Owen Pit for sport physical will be!exercise given the, should regular they credit be I Medals, Class Rings and Pins. CommitI I I

d heavy scrimmage of next week. man is showing a lot of speed as tees in search of loving trophies I ,
among those, required to take physical cups or ,
half-back.
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..F though the non-appearance: of the I J"-rtJr3v; r .*_ drill. ,
] I suitable} for Golf, Tennis or other athletic I ifI $
[ipeeted shoulder-pads has been of Dick Brown, Middlekau and Floodare *
[anse inconvenience, yet this has not I all showing up well for full-back Last year a Golf Club was organized I .. events, will find it an easy matter to. f
made
at the University, which
f een a serious handicap since Coach and all three will probably have a regular trips to the links. This year I Choose from selection packages which we f t i
I costa says that the plays cannot be I chance at it before the season is.
j however the club will endeavor to develop will gladly send approval.
known too well before the real scrim- over. Those out for the tackle berths I I upon I i
golfers with the intention of I .
i jnage begins. Consequently, line are "Horse" Smith, Williams, Todd, I '.
putting a team of men in the ama- I -----------------I
i [barging land signal practice has been Hewitt and Morris, all of whom are
.. teur championship tournament to Ij
one throughout the past week.A scrapping far their place. Vickery, rep- : _
[r iard fight is being made for portions of Gainesville H. S. fame, Gamble, resent the University of Florida, justas ..................... .. i '
:, by every candidate and a num. of St. Petersburg, Rose and Hatch- many other colleges have their I IL, :
regular golf team.A : ,
\ .. SHOES REPAIRED &
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1.4 representative of the Gainesville
" Golf Club outlined the special rates t
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-BY &
i GOLDEN RULE SALE I I and offer that the town organizationhas C
made to the students who play AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY |

IIi I the game. Dr. Murphree recommended *
"1 165 garments, Ladies' Knit Underwear, formerly t
golf as a fine game for recrea- Shoes for and Delivered Work Guaranteed
Called :
f'I sold up to $2 a garment. First Monday t tion and exercise, and urged those I

Price ...... ... ... .. .. ..__._._______95c who were able to do so to take ad- t TELL T. P. WINTER, AGENT, 35 BUCKMAN :
---- -- --- ---- -- --------- -- ---- t vantage of the offer made.- At least
(Second Floor) t fifty men are wanted from the Uni- ................... .
to in the club. Those
versity
golf
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ji I II interested who want information can ;
i'. 25 dozen Men's Shirts and Drawers, fine.J get it from Check Byrd, prseident of VISIT US EVERY DAY t
1-1 the club, or from J. S. Taylor. I .
)11Ii I I quality Ribber Garment. Regular $1 value. t THE LYRIC THEATRE ._ s

Ii Ii'I I First Monday Price ...._.......__...._.......________._...59c I PEPPY CHEER PRACTICE ON It I You Know How We Stand on All College Matters t I ;

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t crF2.I% t I IGAIVESYILLE through a good-sized the regular crowd cheer of students practicelast e FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1 I '

t t Thursday night down in the Gym I Incorporated 1888 '
t just after The crowd
t t supper. was Capital $100,000 Surplus, $150,000 t I :;
not so large as the one on the first I
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METHODIST REVIVAL -' : desk space. Come on in and let's put the 'Gators on top. : ,t : .If 4 .'

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.".. (Continued from Page 1) I COHEN BROS.
tt4 any field in the country, will be on I i r ._-- :"Jt
hand too. Hell tell why be believes
the Gators will come out on top and j,t Offers This Season a Very Complete )

:j; incidentally give you some dope) on t Line of Wearables f.r Young Men -/i--
the Rat team due to meet Auburn on
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\ Oct. 14.Captain. j jI ,t OUR FEATURE FOR FALL WEAR I "
Duncan, leader of the Gatj j
1 SHEAFFEH5"Lifetime' or Eleven will explain how his mei ,I I
CLOTHES 0 F FASHION
F have been toiling every day on the I
field to-work themselves into a
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ning combination, how they wan win-I,t 2 Pants Suits '

win for Florida. But he knows that I

: -0.wrma.FACT............,....{. the team needs the inspiration that j I NEWEST IN :MODELS, SHADES i '
:- comes from hearing a "long l locomo 1 7
i Mo.r.&. tive" "Three F's" roll from the AND TEXTURES PRICED AT \
..... or out
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E -- chejering sectiqn when the boys are i
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To this list of notables there maybe I 33.75 1 J :.; .

...... added more as the program is I
t ,, ,,.......d. t worked out more definitely. ,t YOUR :MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED S

x But that'. not all. Cheer leader,
I. -..iL Rambo, Marjicano and Harris will
4r..i I Mr. S. J.
See Our Representative
I II bet there to lead the gang thru all the ,
.i f If Florida songs and yells on the list. Lowenkopf, 57 Thomas Hall

!. Every old man needs a little practiceon t 'i
the jells and songs. Any rat t .

,jgHEAFFEP'S who isn't familiar with all the words WHITE FLANNEL Shirts Buttoned Down Col-
BUSTER BROWN LISLE
4 q" '.. .-'JIC.-ISNCIIi. ._ of every song and yell has the opportunity I TROUSERS
lar attached-of Silk Mercerized
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YOUNG
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urday. Furthermore Rambo and his Poplin. White, Tan

,k._ __ assistants can give any necessary instructions !I $7.45 and Gray 2,45 25c Pair
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the noon hour by order of Dr. Mur- NEW EQUIPMENT
HEARST'SSUNDAY
pfiree so every body can be ci! re. .
Kentucky 16; Marshall 0.
Every Gator with the old spirit will New equipment has been added in AMERICAN
3 be there to show the team he is be- the past week to that already in the Vanderbilt 39; Tennessee Normal -

hind it. Let's start the season right.! I Alligator office, and in addition zht: 0.Howard. \TLANTA CONSTITUTION,
20; Middlebury 0.
-- office has been throughly systematized -
fcl 'GJe le s' HAIL FLORIDAFlorida's so that it is now able to *urn Yale 13; Carnegie Tech 0. j PAGES: OF COMICS -]
I Princeton 30; John Hopkins 0.
i men are marching again on out job work as efficiently and cheap. I
0 ons Georgia Tech 31 t
Oglethorpe 6.
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to victory, ly as any other print shop. This is
1 I csuns c.son Tht Orange and Blue unfurled above a noteworthy feature of the Alligator I At Birmingham-Auburn 72; *0n the Corner Every Sat.

- -' I Sarrters_BiUrersmitKs2; OfrtTeTansg our head shall wave. for it furnishes employment for I II Howard 0.Alabama. urday NightP.
I several boys thru school, as well as: 37; Marion 0.
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ainesvitic. Ida. And we will help our boys along -{
Georgia 48 Mercer 0.
I being good business. ; H. GILLEN, AGENTSee
f Without cheers and with our songs. i
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. And we will stick! by every one of our
II eleven braves Rat Cushman in Criminal law class Dizzy Jones-Pop, da you know i D. F. McDowell 107 The
after waving his hand frantically and anything about flirting?
And at last when the ,victory is over, Hall for writing paper.
,; / And the team has proven loyal, being permission to answer the question Pop Wilsorv thought I did, but

; 1fJ2 KODAK A S YOU GO staunch and true, : the girl up and married me. Patronize Gator Adv. rtaertT
a f, "Treason is treason because it is
We will hear old Harvard moan treasonable act." I ,-
In her good old Yankee home. I .........
Wondering how the Cators slippedher
something new. r BOYS WHEN YOU BUY SEED BE SURE TO GET THEM
J. M'COLLUM & CO.
Chorus.Thep DRUGGISTSTHE -FROM-

hail, we'll all hail Florida, REXALL STORE t THE SEMINOLE SEED COMPANY.
For she's rolling up the score today; Agents for
Cheer her and back her, boys, Liggetts and Norris Candies 4 GAINESVILLE. .. FLORIDA

t ti Through very single play, Rah! Rah! Gainesville Fla. ...........0..............

Rah j i
i Fight boys for victory, and let the

locomitives tell S HOE S
: : KODAK That the team of sweat and brawn
by those yells will carry on,
., And old Harvard will think shs's H B. M. TENCH H NEW STYLE U. OF F. SWEATERS .

; 5 \ stepped from earth to hell. 1
ti Pictures about the

: r( : t campus'- your class- SPORTS O Gainesville, 0 So attractive that the urge to own one \'YiIJ]

f mutts, for example, with .
from
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In. your senior year. well on locomotives, Gatois, Ra-ki- na.. ,. ,... .:
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You know of that ho's, sirens and all the other yells on f -
( course, : Burnett THE Clothier
the folks back home would the list. The song, "Hail FlQri was tried out with Bartlett at the
-. appreciate the story-telling cornet to give the music. The old FOR I pi

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t them something new." By the time J Next Door to Alachua Cafe t tt f THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STOREa

Autographic Kodak 1 of the Furman game every rat in col. j PALEY BOYD j I
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$6-50 lege should know the words of that t .1i
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s song forward and backward. After a -,-. wa __ --. -.. ..... I t Jjt i
few more songs and yells the prac- t New Line of I
University
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HARDWARE,. CO. tice dismissed until the next regular A. H. Doran Assortment of Pennants Jewelry and Stationery, Large 1
meeting of the "Student Body Cheering I Freshman Caps, llemri

r Phone 7 Section" (are you a member?) on For Bicycles and Bicycle I I t. ory Books, Etc. ;}i

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.j. .j. the flushed breathless
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.tRat Horton" (In conversation). return will be very much appreci- but without any milk. "What's the
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|Over at the Gym on College nightMajor ated. matter," queried the farmer. "Won't It| CAFETERIA SERVICE -Hfi
she stand for you?"
Van Fleet talked about Major "No" Short Order .._.._.. M.Ifi
said Roy, "she wouldnt sit Service --------------7:30'A- M. to 11 P. ,'
"A rolling bone "
gathers eno coin. i
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fcports. for me. And when I finally got her
.-Aiken Payne. SPECAL CHICKEN DINNER 12:30 P.
on Sundays-------- BLJ j
"Rat" Behrens: "I dont think it'sIrery on the stool, the blame thing broke.

J1i for one Major to talk about x I
A. A. ACKER Prop.
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I The Golf Coarse At thjs time all times, when ,
other, do you? .
fche The latest course to be added to the class spirit is running high, it would aHBgaffifmaaggfiirWhen
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Orville Berg claims that Joe Sim- is expected to be widely popular. -,.... ..... .... _. .-''-: -. j
this but know what ticker fails to tick
Lo'ns wrote you your ,
Even the
true Liberals will be forcedto
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Hats Cleaned and Blocked IBy
\\gerg thinks of Joe:
take a back seat when the Mechan- I And you want it fixed real quick- : ,

'- ical golfers come {upon thje scene. I t Bring it to us and get the benefit of a skilled and expe s=
God'made the Earth and rested. As a course, there is pone ia college I NEW YORK HATTERS 1 enced workman. < i
God made man and rested. I '
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that offers a.wider'field..
The aforementioned Work called for and delivered !
neither L. C. SMITH'S South Side
God man woman- field is nicely decorated t I Square
Tell T. P. Winters
since. ,
God nor man has rested .
with little -
pretty flags to indicate
f 35 Buckman. .
where to lose the ball. 1 |
Senior-Say, do you remember O iOiilOOHAIRCUT .
who flunked last ? Everyone should get into this If ..... --
Smut Padgett year you haven't a golf outfit bring alonga Popular Goods at Popular Prices at t : f
Well, he has a position in a steelworks 25c A
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men tennis ball and a hockey stick. The I
and has two hundred un- I SHAVE ....15c !
game is very simple and easy to Iqarn.: --------- --- BURKHIM'S
him.Soph I j
der You hit the little white ball and then I JOE TORRETTO '

.. Kicked look for it. If you succeed in finding' I
Gosh! out of college t No. 1 Buckman J
the ball the
same day you win the
getting such job so soon?
a good
and --- -- --
SEE
;What dohe do? game. -- -- ----

Senior; Hes a janitor on the second No one will be permitter to playon J. S. BODIFORD j I Vidal Drug Company I'
floor. the team until he has demonstrated .FOR DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES.
his ability to uncover an acre of ,i, and I t
CANDIES SOUVENIR
CARDS, WATERMAN PENS
Alumni News :Notes-Class of 1921. turf in a very short time. Candi- t I t COMPANY j I
dates the will be taken ,
for team to
Latest indicate that Willie : j
reports I t Druggists : Phone 32
Nota the college farm for practice, after j .
Wells is
Green a travelling man. --- ---- --- -- -
drummer, but a travelling man. It which the Ags will be able to (plant : oooafI
: he is corn on the field. So you see the
that following Johnny
teems t ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR I!
has COMPANY
Jones around working the widway.This game many striking features.
: is the way he does it. He goes One of the many benefits of this THEY WEAR I SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT I 'J'JI
is that it enlarges the vocabu ,
to1 a nigger-baby stand, and j buys game t
,three baseballs far fifteen cents. If lary, especially after several bad attempts THEY FIT I
he knocks dolls down with all three I at a hole. Graduates of this t SERVICE AND QUALITY OUR MOTTO

bits back. So course will receive a full membershipin I
he gets two you see, THEY SATISFY "
5 as long as his arm holds out he's a the Local Golfers' Club, which STUDENt REPRESENTATIVE-H. K. WINTER, ROOM |II
made 'such a hit last year. e

:*;plutocrat.Herbert Friedlander, the pride of Rumor has it that the freshmen are I 19 BUCKMAN. j jIfiHEfmflHSft f

Pinellas county, is an artist. Everyone considerably worried over the announcement I
agrees that his genius is un of this new course.! Of I - -- - -

equalled. His work is characterizedby course, very one knows that a caddyis $4.50 Special yiyi; rfr c
the great speed at which he works. an essential factor in a golf course .,
His masterpiece, which he calls lid- But there is really nothing of any importance S YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT ;; !1I

night in the Black Forest,' he did in for this particlular group of 5

:five minutes with a pot of black individuals to work about. The cad- I s
paint. The sale of this painting to the dy must be rather easily distinguished I THE BON TON 1W

Russian connoisseur, Count Leon from the green. .
Ivanofalitch, for 345,678,902,345,678 Nomaf '25. United Shoe Store x SERVICE ABSOLUTE CLEANLINESS SERVICE i '1

rubles (forty-nine cents, marked down $ 1<<

from fifty) has placed him (at the Heres tq those-whom I like to dis- 125 W- UniversityNext m We cater to club orders for Ice Cream, Sandwiches, Candies E t.t.I I I :

"head of the realistic school of painters. like, !Ii Etc. Bear us in mind when occasion arISes. L x
.. He admits .it himself. And those who like to 'dislike me, :
Bazaar
to Busy f
W Class of 1922 And those who dislike to like thoseI $ I
; EfiffiffigggRiggg
Paul Sweeney, who will be remembered dislike,

." as the amanuensis of Mrs. Gertrude And those who dislike to like me. - -i
" Solomon, the / six hundredth 1

wife of King Solomon' now has a poi As around ,her graceful girdle he I Sanitary Cleaning & ti tit FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I

ition which carries still more hon- One arm with pressure placed, I I THE HOME LIKE CHURCH' I 9 ,

.....or. He has been unanimously elect- She, sighing, said, "Life, after all, t Pressing Club J ( r '
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Editor-in Chief of the New International Is not barren waist." f
ed a Opposite Star Garage I Special Bible Class for Students. 7.,
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On
Profanity.
Dictionary of Teachers-Dr. S. Leigh, Roscoe and Rogers. 1 1t ..
the staff several specialists along fountainpen
are Curious Ratr-Does your
Jeacleand LET US CLEAN 'EM j It SUNDAYS-9:45. Fine Music and Lots of Pep. !- ,
that line, among them William always leak like that? I
R. P. Terry. The entire staff Indignant Junior-Oh no; only I B. Y. P. U. Sundays at 7 P. M. sharp. ,, '

'confidently expect this dictionary to when it has ink in it. t Dyeing and Pressing Also I: t
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be the most exhaustive compilation Everybody cordially invited to all services. : -
Phone 675 I Ie
", ever attempted, and with such a per- "I think 111 drop in on the boys. I I
'. sonnet they are certainly justified.Lee as the ,miner said when he fell down --_.... ---- --
Ball, it is understood, is the the shaft.. ................. ...... : !

man who names the Pullman cars. Everything Electrical

His system is based upon the principle ; Miss Miltmore wishes t> announce JOS. J. SEYKORAPHONE :. SPORTING GOODS

of association, which Dr. En- that all Freshmen who have not already I I Football Tennis.

> wall so laboriously drilled him into secured Library; tickets must 107 Hardware of All Kinds t

. last year. Thus if the same of one do so by September 23, when, under GAINESVILLE, FLORIDACARBONELL SEE US .
", car is Anthony, the> nthe next one the provisions of the faculty committee -

out of the shops would be named the price will advance from twen & '

; Cleopatra. Then, by the same token, ty-five to fifty cents. THE THOMAS COMPANY

*> if the name of ,one car was Ivorie, Rich Dad-My son is a writer. CHILI'S Phone 22 -" 5i
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l then the name of the next would be Friend-You mean he writes for ;: WEST SIDE OF SQUARE

L Soap. We know a better system of money? University SyncopatorsA .::.J

naming than that: Rich Dad- (Grimly-Exactly real orchestra that plays ..... ... ...................:
Her mother's name was cleo, Judge. real music. Music for all oc-
Her father's name was Pat;
I casions. Let bid on -- - - -
They named here Cleopatra, It's an awful story they are telling us your
And let it go at that. on Roy Hoskins. It seems that after work. JOHNSON'S PHARMACY
oamp wag over Roy spent a week or CECIL CARBONELL i Drugs, Medicines,Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goo s

LOST-By Rat John Smith, 113 so on a farm. The first morning the Business Mgr. We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions Only ,

,Thomas an eye-brow probably in farmer took him out to the barn and Address Box 602 or Care | purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered.
Cheer Lab him what and why a : J Gainesville, Florida.
since it was last seen nBerg's explained to Law College I ... ... _ .- .. ,..____4I .. _. .-a.__
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." Fc .. us furnish you with player rolls. -We are also state-\4

'- HOLTON BAND INSTRUMENTS aj
distributors for
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'. : \ here with a great big wish for Good Business : LEEDY DRUMS.. .

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: ; for The Alligator during the year, for Success to follow, :1t M. L. PRICE MUSIC COMPANY. ''i

t : all of the teams of the U. of F. and health- and happiness : Tampa and Zack Streets TAMPA, FLORIn::;:

j j ; 1' l to all who loyally follow the Orange.;and Blue : 1
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g d" s j j:certainly be yen appropriate for the PICTURE

i Kf'i Bi HEAD Q DARTER, S [fi't j various classes to select distinctive
iffn rjj: I stones and colors. Class yells we al. Swing Frames to fit a College man's purse in Antique, G(

ready have, for wh: has nqt heard
and dull Silver Finishes
if! For Men's Furnishings I!: j the Freshman yell of "Oouch?" or the
rffS5 :, !;:; "I "
>< Sophomore war-cry of "Rats OutBut
is Other Frames, 15c up.
I to return to class stones. The
|T Boys we have'the right! goods at the right prices. Drop in. :Ii trend of opinion seems to center

tfj!: ,about the following; NORAH NORTON NOVELTIES
II t fe ,
b1H $ = Freshman-Emerald.Sophomore .
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->-Soapstone.
,.\ ffiin Junior-l\IInstone. .
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'I fi! Student-Tombstone.
!fi !!:h As to colors, the significance of SHIPMAN-WARD REBUILT TYPE\\Tl]
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.x Iz .i E I: -ti I x A. C. SMITHS CO. !:i the following: can easily be recognized i I ERS, $3.00 DOWN

? 1 i =r1j !I!: hman-Green (of course). ; I

j. :! c SOUTH SIDE SQUARE i Sophomore-Yellow (why not?) Typewriter Repairing an<
I \.C- I fi!: Junior-Orange. (By the time a I t
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: f I i!: 1 Soph begins to see red he's a Junior,
$ I
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w .!ft' and who says that red and yallo.v
4'' !Ii Ii I Ii I don't make orange?) I Bloodworth Typewriter & RepairNext =
S ? : fiffiffiiaffiisffiHnjai! $! !fi. !f1r! Yi! !:fifi! & Sen r-Blue. (They all look that
I Door to Western Union
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f4 \ spotB--on. their upper lips). :-

t' STYLE Y Graduate-Black. (This follows
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black and blue, rats) I
'': j ALL THE WHILE I EVERYTHING POINTS TO BEST VAL

\ ? Jimmie Boyd-(Making speech to
; ,thje Junior class after being elected In a Made-To-Measure Suit': Best Workmanship, Best'

I.1I Our system of operation makes Vice President)-Fellows,t I know rics and most favorable prices-Suits $22 to 550 Tailor ]1\

.1d for exceptional values-unexcelled !.I there's am-a lot of men here>better. than Cleaning, Pressing and Alternig

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i iI NICK DAl\IATO-T..t\ILOR
I Subscribe for the Alligator and '
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)I' : THE CLOTHIERTAMPA I shiner, at the College Inn, will 1
!I call at every room. in both dorm. THE PHIFER STATE BANK
J I' FLORIDA itortfs. also at "Frat" houses to |
: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
,i get your shoes. They will be de- I
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