The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00367
 Material Information
Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: October 15, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000972808
oclc - 01410246
notis - AEU8328
lccn - sn 96027439
System ID: UF00028291:00367
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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CLOSE SCORE OF 6-0 stated"I admired by Dr.and Murphree shall :never GAME WAS PLAYED IN );

forget as long as I live the way
' Races 20 Yards in which the Freshmen and
'Lightsey Through Center
of Line for the
Only Score in Closing Minutes of First Quarter-Randall other college men sat through Florida on Rollins' 3-Yard Line in First Quarter; On ji I}1
the rain
and storm with Fur-
Lightsey, Jones, P. Thomas and Center Portion of man last Saturday. I chalJenge Yard Line When Whistle Blew; Dixon Made Two ?!'

** Baby Gators' Line Feature the Play. ,* the colleges of Americato Downs, Newton One; Florida Outplayed '
I show a similar spirit of loy Rollins Thruout Game r rIn
alty, faithfulness ,and devo :
In driving rain and a sloppy with the J
advantages going to first
tion to a college team at play.
sea of mud, Coach John Acosta's one and then the other. With a. The solidarity of collegemen a slow game during which: Cse. Starting another- ;' .< \

tfciversity of Florida Freshmen wet and slippery ball there was the loyalty to the men rain fell throughout, Florida out a successful fifteen :; I
{tam battled valiently at Southside naturally more or less fumbling, engaged in battle, the spirit of played Rollins and won the annual Florida ripped the Tars :;
Ink, Jacksonville, and won a bril. but the considering the weather and gcod will, and devotion to our football battle by the core of long gains and Dickson ,;;!:.S:
jjant victory over the Auburn mud the number of fumbles common interest will make the 190. Dickson scored two touch over the, line for the first ;:'.
eleven. Lightsy, track was exceedingly small. One fum- State known ;
freshmen University at
downs and Newton one, following :
ble, however, cost the Baby Gatorsa down.. A Rollins man 4;,
hilf-back of the Gator contingent home and abroad as a mighty, two fifteen yard runs by Case, ,
the play for five minutes. :'
touchdown. In the first three ;
through the center of the indomitable, tongoingcon I
cjwhed which the ball Rollins'
on one-
Aafcurn line in the closing minutes minutes of play they opened up on quering spirit in the academ on's try-out for :! '
yard line. Although Florida failedto
ofhefirst quarter making a sensational Auburn's first year men and with ic world of America. eleven from Winter Park f;;
score in the first quarter, she j
the and blocked his !;
the old Gator spirit rushed the ball
for the only Words
20-yard run are inadequate express
was on Rollins' three-yard line JI
(, placement kick. Score I'
down the field in successive
of the Jones' at. and admiration
touchdown game. my
when the quarter was When .
up. Dixon kicked off and
kick for the Auburn's seven-yard line. At cf the fellows the side lines I!
at a placement on
tempt, the final whistle blew the Gators I
turned the ball 30 ; :
after the touchdown this point the wet ball got away I last Saturday." : Ii
try.for-point were on Rollins' five-yard line andthreatening
went in for Scott. I ;.
wide.Auburn. from the Gator_ men and a fumble 3 I ;
went.. had.a team which showed resulted preventing what would PHI DELTA PHI HELD First another Quarter touchdown. I but several the gains throughout slow !I I:I'
II have been a certain' score, Auburn play was on ,_
to much better advantage in the I recovering the ball. Dickson kicked off for the 'Ga_ and rain was falling J; -
mud and rain than did Florida' UNIQUE INITIATION tors to open the game. Rollins wai In .the third quarter, i!r'
outfit which I The ball see-sawed back and the defensive
fast traveling appeared on throughout and kicked off for Rollins. Ii"
to be about on a. par in reference forth during the second quarter FOR NEW MEMBERSCockrell's was unable to make any gains ceived the ball and ran it : : y
to weight but Edgar Jones of I' with the advantage first on one through the 'Gator line. The Ga yards before he was ":"i'i
out-distanced the side and then.on the other. tors held the Southern '
Florida easily I ;men tight Gators started out with ,:
Auburn kicker when it came tohooting I In the second half, Auburn came Inn of Lepal: Fra- all the way through. Toward the string of big gains, then J I;
the ball up and down.,the., back strong and had the Gators on ternity Initiate Five end of the first quarter Rollins I defensive stiffened and! :; :
field. -- -I-*the defensive all the time.-;Three Members __ fumbled on a play and Florida recovered. Gators kicked and on a 4)i i'j;
The game opened with Florida times the ball was within striking It was right then that the ball was brought out to !,:
kicking to Auburn and it was onlyt I distance of Florid.:'s goal, and Distinguished Honor Confer- Florida started making gains and I yard line. Rollins failed j':,
short time until they forced Au- i a golden opportunity came when red Upon Worthy Members first downs and worked the ball I any impression on the !.'
burn to kick. The score came in the I Auburn placed the ball on ,Flor of Law College rapidly down to Rollins' 3-yard I 1 and had to punt out of is!1:--
first eleven minutes and five sec- ida's eighteen-inch line with four line. With the ball: ready to go i Gators took the pigskin :!
onds of play, when Lightsy, crack downs to make a touch-down. Right Cockrell's Inn of Phi Delta Phi, over: on the next play, the game not open Rollins' defensive i I t
half-back racing through the center there was where every Florida International Legal Fraternity initiated was stopped by the whistle. 'I' the fourth down had to i if F >
of the line 20 yards and ending freshman in the game roused up the following law studentson With everything looking gooo 15ns-took the ball but q
up with a neat but sure stiffarmof every bit of the old "never-say-die Thursday, October 12th., Joseph for a touchdown, the second quarter punted the ball back up he ,
the Auburn safety man, scoredthe Gator spirit" that was in him. Four I Center White. Thomas Sale J. R opened. but the Gators failed to her first down. Case i; 8
touchdown that started the Ba- times Auburn hurled themselves at \\ at's. Jr., Herrj Lllintbal, and J. go over and the ball went to Rollins Pomeroy this quarter and
by Gators off on a winning season. Florida's living wall of manhood to' I C.: liyrd. The initiates have each almost under their own goal-post successive plays-'ripped ;j l; '
For the remainder of this period put the ball just eighteen inches one extinguished themselves in the Rollins kicked off out of danger! at fifteen yard runs which put : ; P
tie ball see-sawed back and forth Continued on Page 8 I study! of'law and the Inn is justly once. pomeroy was substituted for (Continued on Page
proud of them as members.
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ROTARIANS WILL ENTERTAIN FRESHMENIN were class.required In the to wear afternoon dress suitsto each Y M. C. A HELD FIRST OPEN FORUM ,.

ANNUAL 'RATS AND ROTES' NIGHT IN candidate freakish dress attired which himself was very in some becoming YEAR IN GYMNASIUM WEDNESDAY

and marched down town to

UNIVERSITY COMMONS MONDAY EVENING ;, an the extraordinary public square where exhibition they,put fur-on ING; DR. MURPHREE SPOKE 'Y T !

nishing a real treat to the people
. The annual "Rats and Rotes" pected that the regular Rotary .of Gainesville. Soap box oratory Last Wednesday evening the first 1.I cation without religious
night will be celebrated in the University style of program will be put on and the throwing of missiles at the meeting of the "Open Forum" was i religion is a vital factor in
Commons Monday evening. along with entertainment providedby Initiates were the predominating heldin the Gymnasium. The attitude toward life."
There will be a banquet which will both old men and Rats. The features of the afternoon entertain- "Open Forum" is a nation-wide were taken from a spech __
be followed by the regular Rotary Rat class has appointed a committpe ment. movement which is under the euspices dent Edward A. Jessop of
style.: program with characteristic composed of T. J. Cushman, Lee The formal ceremonies were held :of the Y. M. C. A., and: here versity of Iowa in which*
Rotary speeches. songs, stunts, and Worley, .and John Holland to arrange in the fraternity room at 7 p. m., at the University is under the,di. fully illustrated the>
entertainment, which will be probed for the student side of the I followed by a banquet at the rection of Ra** O. Dickson, assistant and indissoluble unity, of'
by both Rats and Rotary. fun-making and who will say a Rat I White House. The principal speakers general l secretary of. the "Y." The great elements-Body,
Members. can't b? funny when he is called on of the evening were..}:'/of. C. W. object in view is to stimulate! the Spirit. Next came a'
y"Rats and Rotes" night has comet to bet Edgar Jones, president of Crandall, J. Franklin Hall, and moraPa'nd" spiritual development of beautiful lecture by'bnr
;be one of the real feature eventsof the Freshman class. will have Robert Ernest. I the student body and to point out den setting forth his
the year,. both for the Rotary charge of the first year men. Phi Delta Phi is the eldest and the close relationship of such de_ ments on the subject. .i-
Club of Gainesville and for the Chef Knott, head of the C-m- largest legal fraternity in existence I velopment to physical training. "Man's soul," said.Dr.,\
Freshmen. It i is a splendid opportunity mons, will provide a popular fea- having been founded at the The feature of the meeting was "is by far the greatest-'
for the business men of town-. ture of the evening in the form of University of Virginia. The main Dr. Murphree's address on the between himself and bii
and the first year men to get together a first-class menu that will satisfythe requirement for membership to !subject:! "The Trinity." Followinghim mals. The descendants: of '
. for a real general good most fastidious appetite and this organization; is a high schol- the meeting was thrown open ble animal which
temp The Rotarians c+f the city put everybody in good spirits for astic standing and good fellowship.It for discussion of studen prob Great rode, iq.yjctotY.in/ :
!entertain student guests twice ayear the program to follow. Rotary is Lan honorary fraternity. lems. I campaigns pro.no-better
the Seniors at the end of Club luncheons have a name for - --- In his address Dr. Murphre.e en- than then; while man has
ticq i) school year and the. Rats ate excellence and Monday night's affair R. L. King, '11, formerly of deavored to prove ,that the up steadily the ladder of
! _first of each year. As Rotari9 : though not exactly a luncheon, Hartford. Alabama, has acceptedthe building of the soul based upon I God is food for the soul, =
: Barney Colson would express'it, will b? no exception to the rule. position of county agent of spiritual and moral education. is whom it can exist no r
y"y"a catch them coming and go- It is a rare opportunity that the .fl 1 Alachua county, filling'the vacancy the indispensable supplement of could a body_ devoid
I@g" men of 1926 have offered them of left by C. D. Gunn.clffs of '. '16, jntelleetual and physical training.He tenance. Depend upon God
.James Montgomery of the meeting the prominent businessmen <"ho has resigned and is moving to cited, among others, the opinions I ceive strength." :
oiae Plant Board is in charge of of Gainesville on a common' Haines City. Mr. King has a long of the presidents of the Universities He continued: "One of ;'
tie program which could: not be se. ground fpr tomorrow.. night's occas record cf successful work of a sim of* Ia Maryland and treasured excavations
ced in detail up to the time of ion is given in the interest of better ilar nature in Alabama. The local Kentucky. President Henly of the ruined city of Pompeii is ,
'v.g to press. Nevertheless an oe.nlike .- feeling and co-operaticn be alumni will welcome him back to University of Illinois, an outstand_ of a Roman soldier in a
the one tomorrow night tween the citizens of the city and Florida and wish him all successin ing economist of our country, state. preserved almost in
till, not lack features for it is ex- the University students. his new field. states "There is no complete' edu- | (Continued on Page

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f '00-Harry Robert Knight of Jacksonville lina, near Asheville, on his summer
is at present engaged in survey vacation. ;
and research work along the St.. I '14-J. H. Peterson is city attorneyat iR MEET ME AT

4 Johns rJver. He is Field Engineer in. Lakeland. !I
the servlvy! cf the United States Engineering '15-J. E. Williams was recently '

Department. married to Miss Johnson of Tampa.

} '01-Arthur Snowden Miller is st '15-Ht C. Petteway is Municipal I''I: MILLER'S :

present engaged in oontract-mechan.f Judge at Lakeland. : I ..
f *' ical engineering at Ames, Iowa. He '17-C. E. Chillingsworth of West j jI
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1j# was at one time County Surveyor of Palm Beach was elected Circuit judgeof .; I
i t Columbia county .d City Engineer the 15th dsitrict, polling a majority 5 We Are At Your Service
: E jof Lake City. vote over two oponents. "-

r '04-William Kenneth Jackson is'' '17-Wallace Tervin, of Brad-en. znjlgffiffifitfai I No Place Like Home and Miller'szn

.j now !Boston, Mass., and serving as town, is now a member of the Houseof !Ii

? general counsel in charge of the Tropical .. Representatives. ..
'18 Kenneth Clark Hitchcock is .
Division of the United Fruit Co. -
He is specializing in LatinAmericanLaw. r now practicing medicine in Hartford, -

?; '05-T. M. Shackleford, Jr., of 't9-Tom Palmer is studying medicine Hutchinson Ingham Cone, of the PLAYER PIANOS! PLAYER PIANOS!
s ., : Tampa has a son. T. M. Shackleford, at Johns Hopkins University. i class of 1889 of the old East Florida
1 III. '19-Laurence H. Skinner is now Seminary, was recently retired fron\. --

'12-R. W (Bob) Shackleford American Lecturer of English at the United States navy, having reached -
his summer vacation in Asheville, N. Ecole Normale d'Instituus, Valence. the rank of Rear Admiral. After We are Distributors for the famous KRANICH & BACH

c. Drome, France. He was previously his graduation here he entered the I and WURLITZER PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS. Let
a WjIf head of the English dpeartment at Navy and occupied all ranks from :
13-Walter Gowan Elliott was mar us furnish you with player roHs. We are also state-wide
} i i ried June 28th to Miss Wiggins of Barnes School at Montgomery, Ala. Ensign up to Rear Admiral.
k.. I; Tampa. He is at present treasurerof '16-C. D. Gunn, County Agent of During the recent war Admiral distributors for HOLTON BAND INSTRUMENTS and

the Hunter Electric Co. and manager Alachua county, has resigned this po Cone was in command of the U. S. LEEDY DRUMS- Write for Catalog.
sition and will Naval Aviation Forces in Foreign ser-.
c f of the Weber Mfg. Co. both of soon move with his
Tampa. family to Haines City, where he will vice. At other times he has been in I
'18-E.-A. (Dummy) Taylor had engage in agricultural work. command of vessels of the U. S. Navy
the misfortune to lose his baby daughter '14-Neils Richard Alwyn Beckerwas of all classes and again of the Torpedo
during the summer. married on the 28th of September Destroyer Flotilla. He also, and Zack Streets TAMPA, FLORIDA

: '14-Al c G. has recently become to Miss Jean Kingston of Detroit, served as Marine Superintendent of

,, affiliated with a large milk enterprise. Mich. the Panama Canal. University Representative, W. J. Cody
= in Chicago. '20-Joe Dalton is in St. Petersburg, Admiral Cone has been awarded the

i ; '14-George Curtis Crom, Jr., is at' headquarters for his work as a t Distinguished Service Medal by the .
- present Consulting Radio Engineerin bacco salesman. United States government; Distinguished .4

New York City. He is also an as:. '21-L. C. Croftin is practicingwith ; service Order by the British
: sociate member of the Institute of the legal firm of Landis, Fish. government; Commander of the Orderof
r. 1 Radio Engineers. and Hull, of DeLand. the British Empire; Officer: in thee COLSON STUDENT ROOMING HOUSES
'21-Lee H. Ball is attending th Legion of Honor-French; and Orderof
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Nice twin beds large closets running
University at Evinston, Ill. Italian. rooms, ,
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try '21-R. L. Earnest, George Milam, The University of Florida is indeed water in every room with shower baths and

I Thomas Sale, and Maurice Stun, of proud to have such a man among its

w4 i last year's Arts and Science Class are Alumni. sleeping porches. Opposite Science Hall See
,. studying law at the University of
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r j' {' Florida. Castor-Pure and simple. DICK STANLY, Agent, at Mrs. Ramsey's.
; '21-Clyde Vining is in Miami and _
t* i Oyl-Sure; I'm pure and you're sim
Is as loyal a Gator as ever. He :is at! ple
present trying to get the University
of Florida to play a football game ;n c'r. Citrus Canker Investigations.
FLA. E BOYS- .> :Miami, before the crowd of tourists '22-D. E. Williams (Major) is prin- ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCHE.

New Year's Day. cipal of Sebring High: School.
'22-W. M. Tillman is at present '22-W. H. McBride is farming MAIN STREET, NORTH

I working at the Expermient Station near Seville. ]
-1- Reverend John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector
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...* FRANK ELMORE SOCIETY AND CLUBS nUSnEE EDGAR ++ mills ation ation as is from for high the educational as now ten mills.required purposes This only tax i,; Bedding, Pillow Cases, ;" 'IIJ{' .

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----- toward the general welfare of the RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES i' tli:{
.. SOCIAL CALENDAR PEABODY CLUB State by voting for this amendment. MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER 't''L., ,11 -

The unanimous agreement of the peo-. J-
.* Serpent Ribbon Society Dance- At the meeting of Peabody Mon.. pie of South Florida shows their 'f: (111-k.f p
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*October 26j-Formal. day night a report was given as to progressive attitude toward education.Dr. We Keep Everything for Your'Rohm : I' : 1'i -<

,* Sigma Alpha Epsilon Annual the arrangements for the coming Roemet wil speak in West 'H

I,Hallowe'en Dance-Oct. 2T-Mas- debates. Peabody will debate the Florida as far as Pensacola next week J1 th

and he confidently expects the peopleof 'i ,
querade. Aggs. A committee of five mem
,'t Kappa Alpha Annual Rat Dance bers was appointed to select a West Florida to adopt this con. Qualify ,1 ; !

t Nov. 18Formal.SECOND subject. structive piece cf legislation. Ser f},
ce f.
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President Hait was again elect- '-
manager of the football team
for the teachers' college. Mr. Hait

spoke of the opportunity for success . I. t
The S. A. E. fraternity entertained Alpha Phi Epsilon, the J
in the contests if the men honorary -- ------ :

'. at a pop dance in their new would co-operate and be on hand debating fraternity the University distinction is not to be treated ra : : flI.I
:: home Saturday afternoon immedi- to play football. of Florida, held the first meeting of of equal importance with the othrr I ,11

t'}; itely after the football game, in The program for the eveningwas the year last Wednesday evening in requirements.. : ]t .

fe honor of the players and the visit- short but interesting. Sam Peabody Hall. A definite time for MUST A candidate to be elegible l much: : I I' f

l'jng girls. W. McInnes gave an interestingtalk holding meetings was settled and (a) Be a male citizen of tho : t i'
I The Chili-Carbonel orchestra fur- the plans for the coming year were dis MAKEAPPLICATI'NPreliminary United E' I '
on opportunity FJorida States with at least 3
toished the music. On the cussed. I f1 .;
peppy to the young teacher.: Rat A candidate to be eligible must:

small porch adjoining: the ball room Hudnel gave a short reading on Regular meetings of A. P. E. will !. Selections Made Be- (b) By the 1st of October of the .;

were the refreshments of punch school finance. be held the second Wednesday of ev tween October 7 and 14; Fi- year for which he is elected have 'i

and several dishes of what is reported A debate on the subject, "Re ery month in Peabody. Though Alpha nal Selection Dec. 2 passed his ninteenth and not have fi"j

to have been the best sandwiches solved, That the Teachers' College Phi Epsilon is primarily aq honorary passed his twenty-fifth birthday ;" i-

ever made.Chaperones Should be Made Coeducational," attracted debating fraternity and its membersare Saturday October seventh, is the (In 1922 scholars will be electsJ to : .. 't l :

were Mr. and Mrs. much interest among the selected from these in the student last day in which one may enter enter Oxford in 1923. Candidates :: j '

f :i King cf Virginia, and Mr. and Mrs. members of the club.L. body who exhibit particular interest : application for selection as Rhode are eligible who were born on or 3 i:1.i; :

;,Avery. Out-of-town guests includtd L. Thompson and E. A. Clay and skill in debate. the society will ): Scholar representative. Preliminary after October 1. 1898, and before :: : t J ;:- .

the young ladies present at the ton upheld the affirmative; K. D. this year go in for literary activities I i selections will be made between October 1. 1904)). !,: '. .

') Pi K. A. dance and the Misses Sa- ,: Revel/and A. M. Towles stood for as well. Future meetings will October 7th and 14th to decide (c) By the 1st of October of the ;, \;

j Tab and Jesse Dehon and Ethel i i I the negative The decision was in sist of selections from the con-I| what candidates ,will repr--. year for which he is elected (i i.
| :Home of Ocala. favor of the negative.No poetry and prose literature which will sent the University of Florida ?in 1923)) have completed at least his 's.1 I
be the final dicision which is to be
rendered the
by members of the
i coeducation for the Univer- Sophomore year at some ree6gmz-: ;:' I ..
fraternity.ST. made on December second. Preliminary '", -
PI. K. A. DANCE sity yet, said Towles and Revel. selections mads by ed degree-granting university or 1I I -
\ various college of the United States nl '

The members of the Pi Kappa AUGUSTINE BOYSORGANIZE institutions of learning in the America. ; .
fraternity the hostsat ,AG. CLUB MEETING:\ state must be filed with the secretary -
Alpha were NEW CLUB Candidates may apply either for :i I'
of the State Committee of
informal dance the Wom .
at the state in which they have their; .
Club last An unusually interesting and instructive Selection not later than October J
an's evening.
ordinary private domicile !home, i :
program was enjoyed by Friday night, Sept. 22, witnessedthe : !1. ; ,
Their members of the fraternity
,.. or residence, for State ; '
and a number of fair visitors the Ag. Club Monday night, Oct. 8.Mr. first meeting of a new campus Each candidate for a Scholarship: or any m 1
organization, the St. Augustine Club which they may have received at ; 'I I _f
B. W. Ames explained the is required to make application to
here for the Florida-Furman
..' game least two of their coll_ A
St. years :; t
Augustine always sends number
.,-were present. .:- advantages offered by the Hort. a the Secretary of the Committee ot ; 1,
of students to education before applying.For 'i I
Florida but this is the
Swanson's orchestra kept the group, stressing the many practical Selection of the State in which h-?
first year the} "Minorcans" have each State there will be A '; ;
dancers in high spirits with subjects required in this group come wishes to compete not later -han ;I
; a superb together in club Committee of Selection: in whose
of their
the opportunity offered for elect- a own. October 21, using the applicat''J'l: i
of latest "hits. Refreshments
program In the election of officers Leslie hands. subject to ratification by the ;; :
ives and the possibilities one has form printed in this Memorandum .
I' were fruit punch and Stephens was chosen president, Jas. Trustees, the nominations will rest:, i,;=s -i
after graduation.H. and furnishing the material there
wafers. Candiates must in the first instance '
Knight, vice-president Lin Poe : 1 s;j
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G. Hamilton told of the broad specified.In .
\ Chaperones for the occasion were retary, Winnard Chadwick be selected by their own :
treasul"'r.and ,
Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Crow, Capt. and field covered in the Agronomy I William DuBois A discussion any State where the numberof college or university. The method ,; t
Mrs. Ryder, and others. Among group and of its value in fitting one followed, in which the pollcv- applicants is large a priliminary of doing this is left to each !insti ;; : :

; the visiting ladies were the Misses to solve the practical problems of the club was set forth. On the elimination will be made on the tution. The number of any iflates j'
which will be encountered in any basis of credentials. Committees who institution : -f fin
; Helen BakerJannie Snyder and campus, it will compete with the may represent an 1
> branch of agriculture.The of Selecton will then summon to a the -
Miss Acosta of Jacksonville; :Miss other organizations in all activities competition any one : ;
Hudson and Miss Miller of St. Augustine courses offered in the Ag. athletic and otherwise; outside Gaines-, personal interview such of the candidates State is indicated in the following i '
Chem. group and the chances for as they find it desirable to schedule: '
and Mrs. Stewart Hall of ville its constant endeavor will I
chemists explained I see, and, save under exceptional f
Miami. agricultural were be the Institutions with less than :500
advertising of the Uni-
by R. M. Smith. The circumstances. no Scholar will be students-Not more than 2 candidates t
versity especially in St. Augustine. St.
chemist is indispensable: in fertilizer elected without such interview. .

manufacture, water analysis.I I Augustine High School turns out a Where such an interview is dispensed Institutions with from 500 to
large graduating class each year; and
; scientific experimentation and manufacturing the club members will with a written statementof 1,000 students-Not more than 3 a:
not rest until
of all kinds.C. the reasons will be submitted to candidates.
every one of that number (o.i the
; NORAH R. Hiatt described Florida as the trustees. Where candidate Institutions with from 1,000 lo
masculine side least
at is drawn
an ideal State for live stock pro.. over to the University of Florida. find it impossible to be in the 2,000 students-Not more than 4
He out- State at the time the selection is candidates.
duction. saw a promising
I who will the made Committees may, at their Institutions with more than 2-
: Pictures and Picture Frames look for the man get J MANTANEE COUNTY CLUB
I technical training necessary and discretion, arrange for a personalinterview 000 students-Not more than $

t will work hard. A meeting of the Mantanee County in advance. candidates.The .
Art and Gift Shop Alec. White followed with an interesting Institutions should select their stipend of a Rhodes scholar
club was held:: Sept. 27, 1922, at 7:30p. .
/ talk on the SmithHughsgroup. representatives on the basis of ship is normally 300 pounds a year*
New officers elected
m. were =
'"Smith-Hughs teaching," follows: s the qualities which will be considered but until further notice scholar/

by the State Committee in will receive a bonus of 50 poundsin
chance to
he said, "offers one a L. D. Stewart, President.H. I
making the final selection. Three addition, making a total of aGO
-------- show what he can do. It gives C. Stansfield Vice-President.
are: pounds per annum. Even this curs,
; him an opportunity to learn prac- R. C. Trimble, Jr.* Secretary and
,I YOUR RAZOR tical agriculture and, at the same Treasurer; reporter. (1) Qualities of manhood, force however, is not sufficient to meet
I the increase in and candidates
prices, -
of character and leadership.
II t tI time, earn a good wage. This is the beginning of the second
BLADES warned that they will
(2) Literary axA scholastic abil- are
t The club was fortunate in having year of the club's existence at the
need to supplement their schohr-
and attainments.
Sharpened at about one- t Prof. Day present and his remarks University: of Florida and a mast I ity
I ship to the extent. on the averrge.
I were enjoyed by alL successful year is anti ipated. Plan I ((3)) Physical vigour, as shown by
third the cost of new bladesSWEARINGEN'S I III interest in outdoor ir of about GO pounds per annum. A
t Robert Wray made announce- are being made for boost "Flori'li"in I sports or
Rhodes Scholarship is tenable only
s ments concerning the coming inter- the home county thus assuring a' other ways
at Oxford; it may be held f>r 3
Ii Iit scciety debates and on his motion a greater delegation from Manatee The ideal Rhodes Scholar should
II years, to the continued approval -
I committee was appointed to attendto county each successive year. excel in all three of the qualities of the College at Oxford of

t AT IDEAL CAFE I II this matter. Major Floyd H. S. indicated but in the absence of
which the scholar is a member.
I I Opposite Fire Station I Wilson and Wray were appointed. BAY COUNTY CLUB I such an ideal combination. Committees Two scholarship are assignee to

E f fc ..i.. -. _"_"_ .... pre.i-I will 'prefer a man who ach state. Since the scholar;hpis >>
;- < -- --"- v'ShipmanWard DR. ROEMER RETURNS Jack Ashmore was elected shows distinction either of character tenable for
three ysari, there
I FROM SPEAKING TOUR dejit of the Leon County club at their I and personality. or of intellect, will be
RebuiltTYPEWRITERS il I one year out of every three:
meeting held last night. Horace over one who shows a lower degree -
in whieh there will te rw flection.
I I II i After a short trip to the lower Richey was elected vice-president. of excellence in both. Partic In each of the other two years

$3.00 Down i if the State Dr. Roemer h with Franklin West, secretary-treasurer, ipations and interest in openairand
,' part of one scholarship will be filJ .l up if
f I included the Alton Towles ergeant-at-arms and athletic pursuits form an essential
us again. His itinerary a suitable candidate off"ra.For .
( t Typewriter Repairing and {i i1 I cities of Miami, Fort Lauderdale Fort Curtis Byrd reporter. An interestingtalk qualification for a Rhodes Florida candidacy apIeations : -

\\1 I Supplies I I'I Pierce, West Palm Beach and Delray, F:- Mr. West on "School Spirit, scholar, but exceptional athletic? must be sent to F, W. Ilueh-

where he spoke under the auspices of was enjoyed after which the important -- -- holz Esq., Gainesville. Ifowtverf .

I The Blood worth Typewriter the Florida State League of Women business of properly initiatingthe "I have a job in the confec preliminary selections are to be

and Repair Company Voters in behalf of the proposed "Rats" was delved into. tioner's." made by the University Ccruittte[

:t Leon Club boost of the "What. do you do?" which includes A
amendment to the State constitution. County may Dr. A. Murjhne:

Ifl I Kext Door to Western Union II I Dr. Boemer is very much in favor of fact that there were 16 boys who 3lilk chocolates."-The Braek- and Dean J. S, Anderson arnnl g

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FREDERIC H. LANGWORTHY ..._.._____....._.Editor-in-Chief '

1 ROBERT WBAY _-__...._____..._.:.::_________..Managing Editor : )t ti

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K.K.HANSENFRANK ........__....._ .,-_.____._____________._____.___._..Joke Editor i for The Alligator during the year, for Success ; .

.. ELMORE, EDGAR' BUSBEE _.__.__._.__.Society Editors all of the teams of the U. of F. and heal.and. :happiness.I "

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4 N.'p.:St. JOHN _....._--..._____,.--.---___...------Exchange Editor f .' .. to all ,who. loyally follow the" ;,f Orange and Blue---- .' .
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J r ; ''.'It looks as if we are going to have some real cheering this : :.: '. .

:j year/ ran the comment of a number of students discussing the envo1':8.of..our i. ; S. V '. .,

r a : yell-masters last Monday. The Alligator joins in .- ..

:-.' complimenting these officers for the spirit and originality of their I'
beginning, but wishes to point out at'the same time that there is .t. .
one small danger in the present yells; the slight leaning toward ....... ........................... 4'.ft-----.....-fl

profanity, in the most popular ones. We of: the University Jcnow Watch-for our '2-pants Tw
1 under vast,beds of compact lava, in Get your paper from McDowall,
: ; that certain words useijjare .not recognize :.bY ourselves as being the upright position of a.soldier on I 103 Thomas Hall. I Suits aft day.: at f&B sy'1Jazaat.tbrt.are e pect.t-ri.

profane; in fact, that phase"of JtAaa; never.occurred to usWe guard. Here stood the sentinel at w

> ? ;" use them simply becaue.of'theirvemphatic" connotation. Yet last {he gate, on' guard for the town, '" :"'

Saturday when everyonewas saying *'Give 'em: hell]!" followed by standing, firm at his post of duty, \

rousing cheers for the:*& ole damn ,team!"'which in turn was followed Supported by the superb moral \
courage ingrained through the rig-
': ') by a chorus of
many unfavorable comments; : heard along, the sidelines by those state, until his very life was snuf-

I who do not recognize 1 emphasis as such.- 'To use a hackneyed fed out as a candle in the wind before .

M.: phrase, "It looked bad;"'or perhaps it were better :to say it sounded i the overwhelming impetus of
( the descending tons of molten
:* bad to the onlookers. We of Florida pride ourselves on our "
rock. "This is the sort of men,
'S( ? cleaness; of athletics, on'our..sacred traditions of honorable conduct continued our ;president, "that the ,

and, our purer ideals;:Scholastic, fraternal and social. Recognizing world is crying for today." I

}? thiSgjnrhy!! not I let,our battle-shouts reflect, this i so that the.outside He concluded :with a striking illustration 'j'
I world will not mistake our motives? We-want to build :aschool of relationship be. Which Type of Research
Y t tween the Y. M. C. A. and the.up '. ,
wherein the baser element is not known and it is ;" ', -, : ,
s ; ; fitting that .we building of strength-spiritual, : is of Greatest Value?
x should have a set
:'1 1 ?i eliminated. Think it over and"'discuss it. Who knows but meeting was then thrown A stove bums too'much coal. A man familiar with
what new and' novel ideas "'to open to : some may come light.. ? Your cheerleaders the principles of combustion
the J
his views on question.
r1 are in favor of it. Back them up. makes experiments which indicate desirable changesin J
3 "Are college athletics maintainedto '
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That is research.
the detriment of spiritual train design.- ,

f seek a charter: to establish a chap ing?" The discussion brought into You want to make a ruby in a factory, a real ruby :

i; LOCAL PHI.DETA ter of the fraternity. However it play some interesting theories con' indistinguishable by any test from the natural stone.

4 F 'is, pOW expected that the Phis! will cerning intercollegiate athletics. You begin by analyzing rubies chemically and phy -
ii 1HETASW1LLORGAMZECHAPTER Dixon took charge of the meeting '
; become a social factor on the campus did.
'il cally. Then you make rubies just as nature
i i! and it is rumored that the shortly after 8 o'clock and, after ..
musical for S ,Your rubies are the result ofrcsearch-anothertype
a program
r; new club will soon ask the national
f 1 j council of Phi Delta Theta for a next Wednesday evening at 7:15'p. of research. I
---- charter. m., closed the meeting with a brief
While chemicals and 1
melting up your
Over a Dozen of Florida's Best but fervent prayer.
t, Among the students of the Uni high temperatures, you begin to wonder how 1
Men :Members Elsewhere
versity who belong to Phi Delta
hot the earth must have been millions of years ago, i
J 1 Will .Petition Theta are found some of the most GATORS OUTCLASSED ROL- '
?' I ''j 1 I prominent men in athletics and LINS; SCORE 3 TOUCHDOWNS and what were the forces at play that made this
Phi Delta Theta fraternity men, forensic work. Following is a r : planet what it is. Your investigation leads you far
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5' 1'1 including students and faculty men list of the men who organized tne from rubies and causes you to formulate theories to
3 fit, ?),!L';:, at the Univedsity of Florida. met club: on Rollins' one-yard !line. Case explain how the earth, how the whole solar systemwas
,; i at St. Andrew's Brotherhood house R. C. Knox Rhode Island just did miss going over. Mur-
created. That would be research of still different

: in fcr Bar i
I,; Tuesday night and organized a social J. M. Lemon, Missouri. phree went at quarter
y to club known as the Phi Delta L- D. Simon, Kansas chan. On the next play, Newtor typeResearch J
._4 : U ; Theta Club. F. P. Batge, Pennsylvania. carried the ball over for the touch of all three types is conducted in the laboratories '
3 Ii:{ Florida presents an unusual situation I. V. Hokenstadt. I down. Dixon made the placementkick. : of the General Electric Company. But it is .
: t l' : because while there is no F. H. Duncan. Score: 130. Dickson ;nicked
: chapter .thianational fraternity AC.. Doty. South Dakota off and Lilsby received the ball. the third type--pioneering into the unknown-that ,

..i / I at the.'!!a i" rstty,> there have al. H. R. Houser,4, ;, ,'He threw a little scare by making means most in the long run, even though undertakenwith
: ways been $.number of Phi's from J. C. Houser. Pennsylvania' .. 25 y rds before being downed. The no practical benefit in view. j

l': other stattiS'tlhe'\ student body E. A. Register. Indiana. .quarter... ended with Rollins on the For example, the Research Laboratories of the J
.. and the irattsrrttry has been well W- P. Arnold, Georgia. ,/ ,*+:- -J',r ""defense.In. .
represented- in the faculty. At The following are officers' elected ; the fourth quarter, R, l mn General Electric Company are exploring matter with
3" 4 l': present ,th.ere'",iare men at the : failed to make any'gain af.r the X-rays in order to discover not only how the atoms i

; .; University whx .'come from Phi F. H. Duncan, President, kick and had to punt ou: dangei. in different substances are arranged but ,how. the
::t4::, a( r, I Delta Tb ta chapjer? in universities L- D. Simon, VivePresident.W.' Newton and Case started: on! taking atoms themselves are built \\fP.*'The more you know
'j and colleges 1 in. mine. different E. A. Register. Treasurer ,: -' the ball for big gains: '(cif arch :" about substance '
: the
a more you can do with it. i
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states. Tf J. C. Houser.,Secretary. play and went through the lie -and
'! The 'stpidpi4&r3h-e} most part t around the ends at will Gate received work may enable scientists to answer more definitelythe .j
1 I question: Why is iron magnetic? Then the electrical
belong to !.faftjiliex- which have recently Y. M. C. A. HELD an injury to his h-ad and
$ 4','I't moved to,or'l ave"business interests FORUM OF YEAR IN GYMNASIUM had:.:to' be taken out. O:i.e Bye ,,;:' i t:.. industry will take a greater step forward than
K f in' Folrada;*Three faculty WEDNESDAY EVENING went in. When the lay o*'si3d f .. can be made in a century of experimenting with
is ; I' i men also, beTong:'j Itljft'fraternity, again Dickson pushed the b.1: -vr existing electrical
.. 1 .;If while thfretsce/a! FUniber of Phis (Continued from Page .1) for the third score from the five- ; .. apparatus. ;
You add
v can wings and stories
to old house. But
ff !: t f in business and in profesions thru- yard,.line but failed on tog try-for- an
f:t out the state who are anxious 10 tirety. The ancient wss.Ioc'ated at po D1s. Score now 19-0 f T Flor to build a new house, you must- begin with the x
II sec a chapter of Phi Delta Theta one of the entrances to the city, ida. Dickson kicked and Uollinsrec foundation.. ,

at the University. The Pan-Hel jyed. In three t>Ia::! the Tar :
lenic Council has alfea. "expressed a HOT WIEN'IESANDWICHES failed:to make anythins near the .
desire to ham ': local Phis ask .., .. required ten yards and had to punt
\; for a chapter;:Jio} ,:'. present time there has been no At SPECTOR'SWest old Gators were right on *he jump
effort among the men to organize' University. Avenue I ii'ndbroke through thsir line to General Office I either for ,
i social purposes or to ( Continued. on Page Eight) _
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MANY TBINIS.PLAY I In the Ags singles, Line, a Sophomore H THE U. OF FLA. STUDENTS -.' I IHOT .i + .

here from Rollins, '
and anet t' ,
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man for the Tars ,' T I j' ;
last _
i ESS SOFMERIT.MEETI year ,.,-, ; i i"
, sprang something of a surprise Aj ,
when he took Pomeroy into camp, When in town make our headquarters your headquar ; t; :
I I TOURNAMENT 16. 7-5, 64. Pomeroy won fifteen, I'
4 .games to Line's 14 in the title play : : ters. We have a place for you to rest, with plenty of.. ,:. q" .
t Lfae Ag. Champion in Singles: but .didn't! distribute his games in It f

I Connor for Teachers; Others the right way. He had previouslywon desk Space.. Come. on in and let's put the 'Gators, on top. i!,f I'
four sets with the loss of only .,. ,. : I.;. .
to be Decided ---: : s
I one game. ". ., :: t tA .
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For the I: :
I v Engineers J. D. Pearce .. .
! ''' Jnter-Colleze Tennis Tournti"I : ." t tSTANDARD
be ..
I and H. A. Spring have to play it :, E i i':! 1
i which has been going on all out for < I
not the .Engineer. singles chain '
I week k" resulted in the gradual picnship. CLOTHING CO. "*. ii'i- r :

elimination of all but the best of In the Teachers' singles played .. ..' > : i t.,,'
'en and the finals next week ought Gene Turner won ever Towles 6-3, '
tq'show pretty conclusively who 04 6-3. "Nick" Connor won from 17-19 W.. .Bay Street .H. L. COVINGTON, Pres. : .I
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jrffl represent Florida on the Edwards by default after playing ;. .. f i F
#arts the coming season. So farSt him 6-4,,.4-1. then met Turner, hisroommate t : : : ;1i'. ; ?

;slay has shown Capt. Lynn for championship of .r. : ... :. ... .- I a,
fjjiwford, R. R. Line, Harold Pom. the Teachers' College, winning by .. .". .. .-'J.d.. .t : : '
__tray* Murray Cohen, Jim Houser, 6-3, 63. Both are from Inverness. :' .; j.: -
and Fussel as about the class of A i :1
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ibt tournament. ., ;
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The Law College singles matches Lost or Stolen: On Roamer bi_ ; t, ,.
lave: resulted in Murray Cohen be. cycle, taken from in front of Lang_ 1 ,1.1 J -
iBg.Law College singles champion. uage Hall Sept. 27; left shoulder of WIENIESANDWICHES .' t.E.Ei. I .
Cohen and Fussel met in the finals front fork brazed; rear mudguard : t,

and> bad a great battle. Their first brace wrapped with black tape. I 2 for 15c," I r: : 'L, I .'
aJernon's play resulted in a tie at Liberal reward is offered.if returned 4I !j ':
64, 2-6, 5-5. Cohen won out the to Bookstore.Read At SPECTOR'S .. i'. r.I ..
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I The musical, talents 01 three gifted anti tbeir'Addiuon. 10 me organlsaziio. !'
." : sisters! the Misses Groijean. form the makes of It a vocal and on'Dowetty I+l.
." nucleus of the Grosjean Marimba company of Interest to rerj
. Xylophone Company a type of audience. !
The Grosjean Company, In combIng ** ,
Each one of these three sisters IBixallst
the marlmbaphone and zylophoa
u \ and Instrumentallat. Miss
Is capable of rendering every type oi r l
L : $45 Floss Grosjean. feature artist of the }
.$30 -r- $35- 0 orchestral music from overtures U I
company 18, In addition to her musical popular.songs and ballads. 8aIop n !}.
accomplishments a thoroughly amus- drums and piano contribute to a d. '
Specially designed for the straight, slim figures of Varsity mea-tailored ing character Interpreter. Her delineation UghtfUl, program. it I't'
to look as good in the showdown as they do in the showcase. Some of the : of many varied characters has The entire personnel of the Cron ;
built for her an ever-growing popularity Jean Company Is thoroughly experienced :
models have inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt. with audiences everywhere. In the musical entertainment ,
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Completing the company ensemble. field. For the two the ;
past season : I
Some have bellows shoulders also belted. Some have patch pockets that
; are Henry Jensen baritone and Chester company has captivate audienoin, I i
button through, other patch pockets are plain. Some are tW8 button. Some : Painter, tenor These young men all parts of the country with Lheti: I i
are also accomplished instrumentalist unique and clever program. i .
are three button.

All in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make- j j1

man ship. Extra value is, of course, to be expected. .

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f. i ii give out while the coat is getting: :Warmed up. We hare .r
suits with extra pants from $30.75 up.

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f t' JOE TORRETTO. dictionary of facts concerning FRESH-:CLEAN GOOD :
I Several new books have recently the great and the near great at the! .

t; No. 1 Buckman & been added to the University library 'U. of F., but mostly about the near '9 Here's the place to get .
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according to a statement great.
; 1H ; -V made by Miss Miltimore, the li- James A. Winfield.v : : what you want when

ii .t Eagle Barber Shop I brarian. The new! books are of This worthy individual, who has the! you want it. :
ti such a nature as to be of interestto distinction of being the first presidentof ;
JvL 1 : !' FOR I men in all the colleges on the I the student body since Bill Bivens, .
R EXPERT SERVICE I II' campus. graduated, used to admit that he hail' ANYTHING 4 4
& For the politician there is a volume ed from 0' Brien. This gained for him
; t I of essays about men high up beautiful monicker of "Cooter"' and t.... ..................

i, I t& If you call once you'll call in the official life of the nation to_ also taught him a lesson. He reg?s- -- -- -- --
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agaIn. tered thereafter from Live Oak. The,
day. It is "Washington Close-Ups, t
i' I't Next Door to Alachua Cafe t by Edward G. Lowry. citizens of Live Oak, however were MARABLE'S STUDIO"THE
: not able to swallow this insult in silence -
Golf enthusiasts will find much
amusing matter in "Intimate Golf and rose in an indignant body,

S t f, ML 1' i. t. Talks," by J. D. Dunn and Elon vehemently protesting at this malicious
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at their beautiful little i
Jessup. I city. Photographer for University Publications.;

'IIj ."Virgil". is a new. biography. of Cooter was obliged to apologize, u d I Kodak Work Returned in a Day "
& j '. HEARSTS that great- Latin writer. Latin now registers from Gainesville. This

students will find this volume par town can stand anything, it seems.Both t i it
SUNDAY AMERICAN Cooter and Dean Benton are
ticularly interesting. It is writtenby t
Tenney Frank. Professor cf Latin in the college of Engineering. Both: 4

ATLANTA CONSTITUTION at Johns Hopkins University.For are indispensable. The Dean has! f OVER MILLER'S .

: men in the college of agricul_ classes and Cooter cuts them thus .

I -PAGES OF COMICSf' 8 ture, "The Embryology of the j I preserving the balance quite m":.;-. I Is ----- --- ---
Having lived in the woods so long,
Ll illI -
Honey Bee" should be a good :
Winfield has himself to be I $ S $$$ SS
bcok. J. A. Nelson, of the United j proven .
.. MOn the Corner Every Sat- States Department of Agriculture. very' adaptable. Instead of copying;' !Ifir5
t the habits of his namesake tho he
urdaq Night ,
is the author. ,
has patterned himself after the owl. | GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY}]
i Students in the Social Sciences
; : ;3 P. II. GILLEN, AGENTs will probably be glad to know that Every night be repairs to the White w! v
which can't get-along without
three books to their ;
new pertain
-I him. and keeps the hostelry running fl Victrolas and Records '
ft; subject. They are: "Poverty and till the wee sma' hours. Then he : t
,!'. Dependency," by John Lewis Gil-
gees to bed and sleeps till eight l! t
A. H. Doran lim Prof. the University -
of Sociology at
o'clock getting up for classes. Bat I $ D. R. COX, Proprietor TELEPHONED r

,).\ ; ; I For Bicycles and Bicycle of Wisconsin. f classes don't interfere with his sleep: i
"The New Basis of Civilization,
x ) Accessories I I i The only thing that bothers ''lira is f
; by Simon N. Patten of the Univer- '
; ; 232 East Main Street South the little five minute period be'w.: 'en
sity of Pennsylvania; "Economic $ $ $$ $ $ S r
the different classes, which necessitates i-
4.. r --- Development of the United States," I his waking up and mO'ingaround. ;; 4II _______ __... I

by Isaac Lippincott of Washington .
He ceased to kick at the un- 1

; -FsrocKl University. comfortable seats long ago, in English I I 1r
; i : I OTTO and Americanization"
I "Immigration 1, and on Jimmy Farr's advice. I THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE i1I
t: is a new book by Phillip Davis
I. I Jimmy told him to completely ijnoie I
Sir. Davis is a lecturer of Immi. his t Basement Language Hall
TAILOR surroundings, and Cooter has acted -
1 .,H. gration and Americanization at on his advice ever since. I 11J
Boston University.The :

t' AND t book which bids fair to be Members of the Golf Club who go t New Line of University Jewelry and Stationery, Large K*

II. one of the mst useful is "A Guide out to regular practice will be ex- ,Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps, Memory -
DRY CLEANER j to the Study of Occupations," ,Jay cused from physical drill if they will Books, Etc. .i
I Il
Frederick J. Allen. It has all the hand their names into Dr. Manchester I .ie

I I vocations of life classified in alpha I EVERYTHING i iA
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betical order, and gives a list of All county clubs who are interested

t-, ----------- various books and articles dealing in !having a volley ball tournamentare O!_!_!---- -48I 4II __ d J 1h
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with each particular vocation. If urged to sign up with Dr, Man- ....!. rlO-!-- !-!-__-__ .
anyone is in doubt as to what vo- l-chester. All that is necessary is a r.r
cation to follow throughout life field as a ball and a net will be fur- I i VISIT US EVERY DAY r.i
.V s / this book can offer some val II nished i
very to team. Fraternities
R; 1Cj2(). }CDAK AJ YOU GO uable suggestions. having a field are urged to take=t THE LYRIC THEATRE t

I advantage of the tournament. Dr. f You Know How We Stand on All College Matters r
LEON COUNTY CLUB Manchester states that he has plenty eror
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equipment so come thru clubs, and -

Bay County boys held :a meet- make this tournament a real live one. ........................ n

,: : ing last Monday night at which David Soldiers from New York's East : BOYS WHEN YOU BUY SEED BE SURE TO GET THIS] ItU

,':,! McDowell was elected presidentof Side who died in Fran are to b<3 --FROM-- i
the Bay County Club for the com- honored by a memorial to be erect. .),

V? ing year. P. Hills was elected vice- ed facing the Williamsburg bridge : THE SEMINOLE SEED COMPANY If

president; Rat Spiva, secretary; and across the East river. A drive fur GAINESVILLE, FLORID trr1:
K. B. Hait reporter. Bay county rats funds for the memorial
has been
lei were put through the belt lire. The. launched. ........................... hi I(

club made plans for inter-club football :......90N.+A.e.4 !
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call a ship 'she?'"
+ Pop: "Son, if you ever tried to HHSaffif raffiffiffiffiffififfi; Yi! !fi E Lilii rt

ATROCITIES steer one you wouldn't ask." I $
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Ma: "Willie, you better put GATOR CAFETERIA mAT iq J '

+ your books away and go to bed.- i COLLEGE INN yj
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + -+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Gleaner. i fH

OUR WEEKLY LIMERICK I excuse me tor not writing before, but I Out of Sight Out of Mind. .

between the dean and the rest of the I I Ella: "I can't find my bathing I Short Order Service ...........-- ....---7:30 A. M.: to 11 P. M. i gj t
faculties, I am kept suit anywhere."
pretty busy. It'sa
Senior named
There once was a H] SPECAL CHICKEN DINNER ....__12:30 P. M. S'
Perkins, R. P., great life alright and I like it i Stella "See if you have it on." on Sundays jjj s i

asked by a Prof. to dropin j prime, especially when I think of the ,I -Banter.
Who was for some tea; big news! You remember that chapel -- | A. A. ACKER, Prop. | r

Said Perk: "I must go." seat I bought for $7.50. Well, it i SOCIETY iSfflffiffiffiffiSSRH !
Said the Prof: "That's quite was just a little joke that this guy

so.Corns Joe Brown pulled on me. You see the I (Continued from Page 3))

again when you can't stay so seats in chapel are all free, but Joe I graduated from the Leon high school

long, please., sezzee. said that as I was a; good skate he i in Tallahassee and there were 18 new Popular Goods at Popular Prices atBURKHIM'S ; r

It is rumored that George Cleggis would see that I was put on the men from there who came to the University I.I I.

getting away with the same old Freshman Gala Day Committee. As of Florida, including all qf
stuff again this year. This is asample the fee fet the committee was' eight the graduating class and two others. ii;

of his line: berries he wouldn't say anything There are now a total of 28 members

"Sweetheart, you remind me of a about the other fifty cents. On the from Leon county, ten of the old men

[ quiet, you know. This Freshman Gala: having returned to school

hinge Why, George, what do you Day is a great idea. You see the
!" frosh have a day devoted to them- BANQUET AT UNIVERSITY COMMONS Vidal Drug CompanyFOR
"Something to adore, m' dear, selves soak whereby it is their privilegeto I DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES, I
to adore." any sophomore they se walk. j
something.! ing around. Also if any soph is seen On Thursday''' evening the University CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENS

: There's no yooce," as the Swed. in the neighborhood of the gym he Commons was the jovial scene of

chauffeur said when the car would voluntarily submit to a pad a delightful banquet given Mr. and '
sh -- --
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stopped suddenly on a lonely road. dling by the committeemen. Well, Mrs. Knott, managers of the Com- l
,' Florence, I certainly hope to be present mons. The guests were six prominent > i
"it happened during sumer school and Brown was telling me whata young men of the campus, who at t ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR COMPANY I
big honor it the end of this term will become 4 1
was to be
on the
lie were seated side by side on com t
mittee. members cf the alumni of Florida. I i;
You know I
old t
the grass in Lover's Lane, at dusk. girL No
The table was harmoniously bedecked t
sunset flamed before them, a more news except the other day I
g panorama, blending from hygiene prof why it was water rusted with daisies, probably upon the tt t SERVICE AND QUALITY OUR MOTTOSTUDENT I
glorious ;
strength of the proverb that "Daisieswon't
got sent to the dean
hi. into purple, then into pink, and for asking the
iron it wouldn't rust the tell. The color scheme was :1
with misty streaks stomach? He :
and orange let pink and gold mingling attractivelywith t' REPRESENTATIVE-H. K. WINTER, ROOM
lavender threading through the me off and said I ought to know
jf better. the Orange and Blue. I 19 BUCKMAN l
But I
understand that !
&;11. As the colors faded in quietnduer every The hostess t
body :was becomingly gowned I t
gets sent to the dean
breeze rust- some timeor
a sprang up,
in pink crepe de chine beaded with II
; thru the bamboos with indescri- I other and they just happened to | pearls and was the attraction cf the A .... -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -- .
get Tell '
your brother ,
showering yes I'll'e
ble softness, extravagantly evening.The .
its cool caresses like the kisses give him that quarter I owe him as table was set with delectablesin
Naiad, the silent couple.It soon as I get the dollar I bet Brown
of on
e profusion giving the Commons an ::
that the freshmen would win the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH '
was a scene to inspire the most appearance of Home sweet home. The

practical soul Before the twain lay Sophomore More Hop. 0 guests were directed, to their placesby THE HOME LIKE CHURCH ,' ....0 I! '
dope soon on that. :
the passing glory of the sunset. Off very neat place cards uniquely de !!

to the right, over the campus, the -Jasp (per D. S.) signed. A very delightful evening Special Bible Class for Students. '' : .r

aint outlines of the new moon were ensued. The guests departed at a Teachers-Dr. S. Leigh, Roscoe and Rogers. '+ I k.
arely discernable. To the left, and '$ulgttueFIIea 1 1ajpod late hour having expressed their
1t SUNDAYS-9:45. Fine Music and Lots of Pep. :i
framed in the leafy aisle of the bamboos ana[ 1uth\{ moue[ ro4i 'uattt 1ng thorough and unexcelled enjoyment of ., g,
was a pile of clouds, magnificent '.yagg } ; B a'III}[ spool( aq dinqtfue the occasion. B. Y. P. U. Sundays at 7 P. M. sharp. r '.0

in its enormity, reflecting the qU.IP! .ainQ .IaAauaqM ?eq Pi1lUuPSf I ;
Everybody cordially invited to all services. ,
n azaas :
; }dad aq off }ou ggnovaeg
the Fromthe
faint glow of western sky. )
woods by the rifle range came the a'lna uo auo aqi '03'J Ot aarsn! [ I i I :; 'i'i.t t
weird and 'lonely cry of a WhipporA ui uaAaAVOHjajauiouudrq:} Bjsnf all : 1j 1ji

A cricket in the bushes took up Iucduupjs rjjooj aq eaj pout: sjjuup aq{ uaqA\ DRUGGISTSTHE ............................... ; ., :,11. j it
his monotonous lament and then pusi&i\ os si .Ianng 03'J REXALL STORE

topped, frightened at his own tem. 1U1{ p3.io.urai si 4i 'ollgnd! :JUnS.lQ1aq Agents for SPORTING GOODSFootball : ,
; o; sjqj! pajiejai ana : :.: !
ji l pauiaauoa Liggetts and Norris Candies
erity in breaking the gathering si- ,
lie .to; lawaq aq pinoM. ?i ?cq{) paj Gainesville Fla. i TennisHardware i' ;:j1 I't t;:4

lace.he larger figure stirred, uneasily 1M. ;nq '(UA\. ano samoa eqj jepueasticedaa 0 of All Kinds !'I J ::1

< cue &) sn UIQJJ II aq se3 SEE US pi j
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looked about, as if :fearful of an .
;intruder, and then cleared his throat, Alec White-Do know that I J. S. BODIFORD j 0 i Ii
huskily.. The other turned to him Rat? I and t THE THOMAS COMPANY t 1 i ;

with an air of expectancy. "Stay," Geiger-Sure. He sleeps 'next to j COMPANY : Phone 22 s.. !! ;,; f :

began the first, constrainedly, as if me in Chemist!').. j I WEST SIDE OF SQUARE -'
conscious of he tenseness of the j Druggists : Phone 32 i : '

leaking tmosphere the and spell. yet Emotion fearful was in of have"It some looks real as cheering if we are this going year to," -- : .... ........ ...j I i : I II

tie air; you could feel it; this was a ran the comment of a number of I --... -- ... -. _
tight of nights, this beautiful eve- students I r 1:tJ
discussing the endeavorsof THEY FIT JOHNSON'S PHARMACY 'tt
_fflg. "Bill;' he continued, "gimme our yell-masters recently. The Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods I .1' )
; match; my pipe's gone out. Alligator joins in complimentingthese t Lff
We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only I f
;A telegram found in the room of a officers for the spirit and THEY WEAR f purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered.Gainesville I i ia
originality of their beginning.
Florida. t : I.i
in Buckman hall from his best
o l
rl reads as follows: THEY SATISFY

"I love you first, last and always." Sign in a garage: "Equip yourflivver ... ................. p t
: By ofOle with our cuckoo clock.
request we omit the name
modest recipient, who states tint When the blamed thing reaches 20 ; SHOES REPAIRED ; a
is all miles an hour, the bird comes out
't very
and sings, 'Nearer, My God. to I i.i.
t A peculiar ,sad. and quite notice- $4.50 Special
i I4le fact now being generally re- Thee.'"Ithaca JournalNews.The 5 AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANYShoes : '

'' upon the campus is that manyof neck of the waist and the :

the men 3*ho stayed te> summer hem of the skirt will now join (in Called for and Delivered Work Guaranteed t -

!cool l are now being fitted to glasses. singing) "Where Do We Go From : .

[Whether this is due to too much Here--Ga. Technique. TELL T. P. WINTER, ;AGENT, 35 BUCKMAN t
study or too great willingness to
Observe the a No Wonder! United Shoe Store C.. .... .... .............O.._....._._. _..
!( scenery on the campus I : - - Y Y.Y Y .y Y
a "Some girls out auto riding "'- + .
,ill matter of conjecture. go
with boys-I don't. 125 W- UniversityNext I r---

I 'Scarboro' you've lost a little "Some girls kiss boys-I don't; I I Sanitary Cleaning & I J S HOE S

tg-ht. How did you do it?" I never kissed a boy in my life.
, "Oh, I rode horseback a lot this "Some folks say I don't have to Busy Bazaar I I Pressing Club J I H B. M. TENCH H

" nmer" much :fun-I don'i.-The Bee. II I o Opposite Star Garage !
" :
Aren't you pretty heavy on awise's t O Gainesville 0 !
back!" Crosseyed women are never flirt.. I { ,
'"No. I Put most of my weight in ation because one eye always chaperones Everything Electrical I '
t* stirrups.! .. the otherl:-U. of N. Sage- I .I E Florida E
: brush. I I Dyeing and Pressing Also 4 S

i Campus Life-Chapter II 107 Phone 675 S H 0 ES

Dear.. Florence .. .Explained! GAINESVILLE FLORIDA t J
-dell, Flo, here I am and you must Willie: "Pop, how come they : A.. ,... .. ... __ _


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( BABY GATORS WIN GAME 1 .... ... ............................-
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further Continued, and four from times Page those 1)fight- of
What You Can Expect
ins: Florida Rats held them Not -; "I
after four
I an Inch did they gain
j attempts with the ball eighteen 0 :
inches away from the goaL With + Good Clothes
1 I Ii
: +1 their backs to the wall and their
teeth set, the line held, with that

11=: splendid Orange-and-BIue grit i Satisfaction as long as the fabric lasts-that's what you get in good clothes. That's why
i agleam on every
Near the close of the third quar.kr. 0 we recommend Stratford and Society Brand Clothes-we know so well how carefully every -
the Auburn cubs tried toscore
.' i on a field goal but the ball I detail of quality is watched. Lasting style, lasting fabric, lasting satisfaction.
Jefl wide of its destination.
+ Spectacular work on the part of
:' P 3fib? Randall, Lightsy, Jones, 1'. Stratford and Society Brand Clothes
1' ; Thomas and the center of the i .

; c Florida line featured the game We have the and Orange. A finer
i University of Florida slip-over Sweater in Navy
.. throughout. Randall pulled off acoopTe
c 1 of runs that netted him 25 ity is not made. qual"I"I
and 30 yards respectively before .

I I down.Auburn tacklers could :pull 'him j .

f The entire Florida outfit showed : JL1DOBBSHATS\ : t ::
: that they had been trained by a
..411 r master-hand and that they had absorbed : <: .
i I what had been taught themin i are worn by college men throughout the United States:* i t
; !
those periods of practice the .
past weeks. To Coach John Ac08ta =, : $7.00, $7.50, $8.5 I "
1 i, goes a big share of the credit i ,
'" .
4J due for winning the game, for:it 4

., 'r: was Baby,through eleven his put coaching up the battle that the it : \ Crof elt and Knapp Hats : ; :J JV :. t!
f )
did. : / : : $500 and $6.00 : ;r:_ :-
;: .v For Auburn, the work of Greeq ; ': :
{ drew considerable attention. The Lt ,: .
r t: rangy Auburnite showed particular ---
t? advantage in heaving forward 'ii
!! 'passes, charging the line and i ins

.* i ''I i broken the whole field running.Auburn team.He was really i See our Representatives HARVEY'S l\IanhattanShirts ::1

A4Taken. in all, the University of WILLIE MORGAN Dent's Gloves 4
:f'- ;.t Florida Freshmen eleven met a !t

*$ ;',I worthy foe in its first battle and : FRANK EVANS 24 West St. J
j. iy winning the way it did showed Forsythe Fancy Wool Hose's:
( ;! that it has the old 'Gator spirit : + tt

that can't be beat and that will 78 Thomas Hall men's Neckwear .
f r i4 t 1 tarry it through this first season of i JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Young
r Freshman football with a winning


v i ['!, rOOTIJALL-RESULTS t........................................................ ..

1 r : ,'Georgia Tech 33; Alabama 7. -- -- -- ..
: J !! Vanderbilt 0, Michigan. GATORS OUTCLASSED ROL game was stopped by ,:-e itnal ALUMNI AND FORMER STUDENTS -
? '. ::#t Georgetown 37, Cincinnati 0.Xavy j- [.INS; SCORE 3 TOUCHDOWNS whistle. BACK FOR FLOR- I i,

: i 14, Bucknell 7. Continued from Page Four The line-up: IDA-FURMAN GAME ;I THE UNIVERSITY
t -i+ Princeton 7, Colegate) 0. block the kick just as Tootle Perry Florida-Newton, rh; Case Ihi; I SYNCOPATORSA

"y! Harvard 15, Bodwoin 0. used to do in the old d&yi. On the Dickson, bi; Barchon qb; Duncan Real Orchestra with the

# At Lafayette-Notre Dame.: 20, play the 'Gators recove"d tb: j bill: (Capt.) le; Doty, rt; Scott .g; Among the alumni and former AccordeonLet -
Purdue 0. .'_ and caried it to the Tar's iuc-yatd Gunn, c; Norton, Ig; Robinson, It; students back for the Florida-Fur-
At Pittsburg-West Virginia 9, line. Rarin' to go and ready for Coleman. us on your work
: man game were the following
Prtsburg 6.Pennsylvania. another push over the old gal ths
Rollins Thomas
; Brauns. Burwell Thornton, '22, of Jack- I 'Cecil Carbopell,
r 12. Maryland 0. burns, lh; Teare fb; Seeds qb; sonville. Manager and Director

= Dartmouth 21, Middlebury 0.. Tenny, le; Wraner, rg; Emery, c; Bill Madison, '21, of Jacksonville.J. Address: 236 E. Church St.
Farman Get frcm McDowall, I
0, Georgia 7.. jour paper
: M New Haven-Iowa'6, Yale-0, 103 Thomas Hall. Silsby Officials-Referee, Ig; Sutliff H'ulf.. L. Lester, '11, of Key West. Box 602 or Care Law College
E. B. 22 of
Greene Ocala.
At West Point-Arm 19, Au.. (Purdue); Umpire, Boyer, Or '
V burn 6. Watch for our 2-pants Tweed W. J. Sears, 95. of Kissimme-*.

'l J At Richland-Center 10, V. P. I. Suits at $25 that are expected. in I lando Winter; Park.Head Lineman, Hotard, John Sutton, '14, of Tampa.J. .. '
I 'G.i any day. Busy Bazaar. Gordon Clemons, '20 of Plant r

i i, Tulane 24, Springhill 10. City.C.. : BOARD AND ROOM J'
,'tJ Sewanee 19, Oglethorpe 0. Get your paper from McDowall Get your paper from McDowall H. Nichols, '22, of DeFuniak I
Camp Benning 0, Tennessee 15. 103 Thomas Hall. 103 Thomas Hall. I Springs. t For two students, '
t Lloyd Morgan, '20, of Jackson_ furnished
Kentucky 73, Louisville 0. I room, '
LYRIC TO GIVE FREE TRIP ville.Hoyt conveniences. .'f
f. TO FLORIDA-HARVARD GAME ALUMNI NOTES Carlton, '22, of Wauchula.B. .
A f fL1' ; ..... ... ...*. G. Langston., of Inverness. t Also, can accommodate' '
t't'"t"t For mil your Tennis Equipment, ( Beginning Monday matinee with '13-Albert G. Davis is now "Too e" Perry, "Fats" DeVane. t Several students for meals'
,,1t ,!i RiIK Rackets steel Rackets, / every ticket to the Lyric will be Chief Chemist of the Mercedita 1 P. L. Peeden, '22, of Williaton. Apply "
t JIO.OO restringing, etc see given a chance on a free railroad Sugar Company at Cabanas, Cuba. I H. C. Johnson, '22, of High t. -,
Mrs. A. W. Leland I Ia
i .( ticket to the Florida-Harvard game '15-Clarence Atkinson Boyer Springs. t
I. 96 Thomas at Cambridge. Ticket includes I how living in Orlando, is a Coachat Jim Taylo-, "Red" McKay, Har Campus I
----------( Pullman.If I Rollins College. He was also old Nelson, "Wild Bill" Coarsey, -- ----- -
:;ij you come every day you will I formerly Boxing Instructor at Her Herbert Lamson, Marshall Cam. L.

ROOM AND BOARD $7.00 have eleven chances, as the lucky man Physical Institute. E. Futch, Randolph Griffith, Eu-
I Per week number will be drawn Friday, Oct. '20--Millard Warren Branch, a gene Lester, Al. Strom, Abe Phiel, HOT WIENIESANDWICHES ;

I : 1 block northwest 27at9p.m. student at the University of Flor- Frank Morgan, John Treadwell,
College You must be present to win. ida the year 1916-17, ,ecehed a Francis French. 2 for 15c
Inn .Iti4: d B. A. degree in Georgia, and is now I
See Irs. Peed Get from McDowall, principal of public schools at Sum-
your paper I I Subscribe for the Alligator and University AvenuL,.
103 Thomas Hall. ner, Georgia. patronie Gator advertisers.

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