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-1 J f- UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE,.FLORIDA, FRIDAY' SEPT. 23, 1921 -- -,' ;,, /1.1 c,2. No.1. ji






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ct jmilories Filled and All Outside Murphree\ Paved the Way a Flock-of Old Men Back Went into Effect on Opening With a Corps of Able Officers as :.", ,1 a,

j i Rooms Taken as Doors for X111 Speeches and a General and a World of New Material\ Day and All New Men Should Assistants and a New Plan of 11 a jl
: Open for 1921-22 Season. Get Together in the Gym Make\ it Point 'to Learn all )'
Coach Kline and Asst. Van a Campaign the New Major\ is. :. ti
fi [Dr. Murphree Greets New by His Characteristic Ad- Fleet are Whipping Them Intoa About That Which Offers Going to Put Out Peppy Banner 1 i
With Same InspiringI dress of Welcome. ,
[ Men I .. Winning Machine.The \ Them Privileges. Battalion. < :;
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.- The annual college night exercises Gator football team is swinging The first year men will soon learn Under the generalship of Major
The University of Florida was for- were held in the gymnasium last Friday into form. that the University of Florida has an VanFleet the U. of F. unit of SeniorR.

.1 &11)yV opened with approximately nine night. The attendance, especially The Florida football squad, having I I Honor System. The sooner you learn O. T. C. launched into the 1921-22
juojred students answering roll call the better. To learn that there, is an campaign with zeal ,
a new and
on the part of the ,rats, greatly exceeded had ten days of stiff training, is now pep.
the various class rooms on the Honor here is not enough. When the
that of any former get-ac- preparing for its initial instruction in System bugle blew for the first assembly -
liege campus. The enrollment thisear quainted affair. The program was signals and skirmish. After weekof Learn what the system is; why it is last week over 400 students !

at the Gator university will sur- very ,appropriately arranged, the practice on the dummy, the charg- so vitally important to every loyal reported for first and second year
ass any other term in the historyf speakers decidedly interesting, the ing machine and track work-outs, the Gator; why it exists and who belongsto work with about 40 who have signedup

f the college. Complete figures had music entrancing, and the punch entire squad show themselves readyto this system. If you are ignorant for advanced military training. '
ot t been announced yesterday, asp abundant and delicious.At tear into things. From tackling about the government of our school The first actions and general campus I' ,
of the classmen had not are ignorant of the Honor System atmosphere bid fair to .
) upper you a hearty cooperation -
8 o'clock the apparently endlessfile practice Coach Kline paced them in
inpleted their registration and and ignorance of the law is no ex- by the students with Major
of "the wearers of the green" be- interference, defense work and offen-
arrive in You it to yourself wellas VanFleet and his able
others are expected to cuse. owe as corps of assis-
gan to pour into the recesses of the sive tactics, then ran them through
V 1e >aext few days. It is estimated, to the school to get acquaintedwith tants in making this a successful year "
gym, each one! properly tagged and side-stepping, and dodging. Through
weier, that the, total number this one of the U. of F.'s vital or- for the military department.The .
all this and under
labeled. Shortly afterward, when the a broiling sun the
ear win approach the thousand gans. Major has his Staff
upper-classmen and people from town 'Gator men showed the Florida spirit on : Capt. .
kOne- had arrived, the place was .filled to displaying at all times aggressiveness This Honor System is the power by Atkinson; Capt. I. E. Rider and Sar- I II
that which student self, government is geants Hunley, Copp and Weaver. i t'
thing promises a bright overflowing. After a few splendid and eagerness.( Watch out V
,l atore for the University of Florida renditions on the part of the Univer- 'Gator meat. j'!maintained this school. When you I Also two more officers who are ex- ,
'j the fact that nearly five hundred register at the University of Flor-I Ipected to report for duty in the next I
sity orchestra, Bill Bivens, the genial Besides the afternoon gridiron
1 I ida we call men. You have shown week or two. These men are the t
reshmen have registered this year you )_
president of the student body ad- work, from now probably until the
; yourselves capable of stepping out cream of the U. S. Army, experts in _; !
ith almost'a hundred of them in the dressed a few words of welcome in first conflict, which is against Camp I .,
j i ;w College.The of the high school on to a higher their lines and ,we can only hope lora
behalf of the students, and ended by Benning, the Orange and Blue war-
level and that's where you are first better spirit and the turning out of I'
university dormitories, fraterity introducing Jim Merrin, the presidentof riors and the new recruits will receive -
beginning to be men. You are puton the best unit of R. O. T. C.
; houses, and all private homes the Y. M. C. A., under the auspicesof night instruction in chalk pla.sand
your honor to be a man. Takingit Major VanFleet comes to us as a :
ear the
university with available which the exercises were held. signals.
j all into account a "man's a man for new man. A graduate of West Point, r
pace are filled to capacity. I I Approximately sixty men
Jim- began his talk by explainingto Coach Kline's initial roll call last a' that," and nothing but a man will which speaks for his ability as a sol- t
Seven jew members have been added the assemblage that it had been Flemming Field. Now be able to live up to the honor code. rier and an officer. A four year foot- t

f to the faculty this year and these for some time a custom for the peo- Monday on form the Florida foot- The University of Florida maintains ball man, proving him a man and a \ .

i men were introduced to the students ple of the town and the college men seventy-four These divided into that it is made up of men and noth-, good sport. We are glad to welcome .I
j at chapel exercises Tuesday morning. to meet and get to know each other ball squad. are but here. That's 1 fi
backfield squads, ends and linemen. ing a man can stay Capt. Atkinson back again, who will
These men are: Prof. James W. Day, the beginning of the school year. I '
I at The backfield men, under Assistant where it is the duty of every Gator I be remembered as having so materi
f; B. S. A., M. A., who comes from In former years the meetings were Coach Major Van Fleet, were run to learn all about the Honor System.If 1 ally aided the track men and other
Oklahoma A. and B. College, where held in town under the supervision of through punting and receiving exer- you do not understand the Honor I student activities last yea* He will 'i

he taught agricultural education for the young people's societies, but in cises, while a few of the center possi- Code any "old. man" will be more I act as Adjutant. Capt. Rider i.s. a "k
-I too years. Professor Day succeeds the last few years, due to the greater bilities the ball back for kick- than glad to explain it thoroughly. j j new man and comes to the U. of F. ;

:i Professor Fattig as professor of ag I growth of the University, it has been ing. Florida snap is laying its expectationsin Below is a copy of the Honor Coda:I Sr. R. O. T. C. with a splendid record. '!

ncoltnral. education under the Smith- more satisfactory to hold them upon this group on Anderson. Stanley, for the studens' benefit. It is the I He will do all in his power to make' i I

Hughes act. the campus. Robinson, Renfroe and Dutton with means by which we, the students, en- i J the military work pleasant. He will j :
Prof. Leon S. Green, M. S., who has The first speaker of the evening either Smiling Captain Tootie Perryor joy many privileges with the understanding -: be the supply officer. Sargeants Wea- t

4 had considerable experience in uni introduced by the "Y" president was reliable Jim Merrin in center.On that we will abuse none of. ver, Copp and Hunley are back on the h;

unity and normal school work, I Mr. J. B. Walker, who representedthe the line there is strong compe- them. job fqr which we are doubly glad because -
comea'here from the University of B. Y. P. U. Mr. Walker's talk tition between Carleton, Gunn, C. An- The code is as follows: of their untiring efforts in the, I:
Wisconsin\\ where he has been assist- was along the line of spiritual wel- derson, Swanson and Crary. Winth- Section 1. Breach of honor system' past to help the boys along when they I

V snt professor of industrial arts. He fare of the students coupled with a ridge, an old Florida two year letter, 1. Either giving or receiving any needed it. They will act as assistants I

3 succeeds Prof. T. H. Quigley as profezsor hearty welcome to attend the servicesof is capably filling the position of manner of aid in connection with any to the officers. t .y ,

of industrial education. the society. He was followed by tackle, vacated by ex-captain Baker. college course. Major\ VanFleet has laid down a

;, Prof. Melvin Price, M. S., who has Burt Ames, who spoke in behalf oi Mose Rosenhouse is going strong and 2. Failure report any violationof different! plan of campaign from that I r rof
J taught in Purdue University, the University the Epworth League. After telling is fighting hard for a position on the Section 1, Article 1. the past and will make the military i.

Of Nebraska, and the Univer- of the advantages which the League line. Section II. Penalty. work practical from every t t J
j city Of Rochester and, who is a mem- had to offer,the University men, Burt Judgment as to the fastest end has The penalty for the breach of this view point. Special emphasis will
leer tf the American Society of lie- closed by urging everyone to attend.He led to some doubt. Those showingup Honor System as outlined in Section be put on firing of infantry weapons

: t:an9CZ1 Engineers, succeeds Com- in turn, was followed by :Miss well and will!! in all probabilityplay 1 shall be as follows: from the well known 30-30 to the one

: wander U. T. Holmes as professor of Fannye Anderson, who gave a very the wing positions are Dutton 1. The penalty for the breach of pounder. The Major is making an
znechanical engineering. interesting talk upon the activities of and Swanson, though Sobean is, giv- Article 1, Section 1, shall be expul- effort now to get the firing range in

Major J. the Christian Endeavor Society.At ing them a stiff race. Others who sion from the Student Body of the first class shape. This means to make .
A. Van Fleet, U. S. A.,
'ho served the conclusion of these talks have a chance to win a berth on the University "of Florida, with the priv- it the best in the South and we believe
on the Mexican border
: and overseas with the Sixteenth and the suggestion on the part of the eleven train are Anderson, Carleton ilege of resignation rather than expulsion he can make the War Department 1

I Seventeenth Machine Gun Battalions, chairman to the effect that the audience and Newton. from the University of Flor- come across with twelve butts
*"s had university experience at Kan- partake of refreshments and Captain Tootie Perry has broughthis ida. instead of two and the necessary
State time mix things up and double with him this year. Frank 2. The penalty for the breach of equipment for the carrying on of the E
,1&8 College, where he at the same
.'t d the R. 0. T C. unit there.organ-He get acquainted was most promptly re- Perry, his brother, has practicallythe Article 2, Section 1, shall be suspen- good work he is starting. There will l
\: Succeeds Major Bloxham Ward as' ceived. As everyone was fully tag- same build and weight. It re- sion, or at the option of the Honor be one drill period which comes on '

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I Sunday, September 18, was, ac
/library cording to the custom of previous The John Marshall Debating Society -' .
t4 year, as years, "Go to Church Sunday." Most; held i its initial meeting last Saturday -

i tofore been the custom. They will of the fellows observed this custom L morning at 10 o'clock. Organization .', Two Pairs
be kept on special reserve shelves and crowds of them went to town on I for the coming term was theortfe'r AEr1-;; I ',
behind the desk and checked out as foot or in cars furnished by the of the day, J. Velma Keene be-
(Ii{ i used. This is not a hindrance to the churches. The Baraca classes of ing elected to the office of president. ((1& } Pants

: J most efficient use of reserve book: Gainesville welcomed all who attended After a brief introductory talk by '" % $31.50 i
f: but an aid to both the student and and insist that every man makeit the president, Dean Trusler, of the
} I the library. It helps the student in a habit to attend the Sunday school College of Law, was introduced to the $32.50 '
!, that instead of looking all over the 'every Sunday morning. No one can society and gave a very interesting Y <>' :
'room for a book which is off the reserve do better than to take advantage of lecture upon the benefits to be de- I L $35.00 !
I shelf, he may merely ask the this privilege of attending religiousservices. rived from membership in the so- 1
I r library clerk o rlibrarian. It helps The spiritual uplift is by ciety. Also, he suggested that plans ..
j the library to check missing volumes no means the only benefit. Every one be considered whereby the College of ;.. .:. ) $42.50 J
f and keep up with all books on re- attending keeps up the training he Law could be represented at the State t *
serve. has received at home and he also be Fair to be held in Jacksonville in Best

This does not mean that our library comes acquainted with the best peo- November.Mr. Money --j]
!Is growing stricter than other Ji; ----- L. C. Crofton was then called "'I Can BuyOVERCOATS
braries. It will be found that other I and the name of the instructor of the upon and explained how credits could :
libraries keep a closed reserve shelf. course. After becoming accustomedto be obtained and their advantage when r. ,j fj
It means, then, that Florida's library the new method you will find i it applied on other credits. '}
\ .4 in former years has been more liberal! more efficient, more satisfactory, than President Keene then appointed a $18.50 to $32.50 -1
f r b ?than others. But as Florida grow, the old. committee to confer with the Dean ;-
: as the library grows, it must vary ,ts Other articles will appear from I and Mr. B. C. Riley, director of the BUY CLOTHES
methods to suit its size and capacity.So time to time, treating the use of the i Extension Division, in regard to the NOT CREDIT
I when you wish' a reserve book, library, new and valuable additions, Law College being represented at the -.
give the clerk the name of the boot.and various subjects of interest. I fair. This committee consisted of Men's Fashion
L. C. Crofton as chairman, John Car- Shop

.............................;;; ter Adjournment and Carl Duncan.followed. J JI I Court Arcade, Tampa, Fla.

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I $ GAINESVILLE thus formed will do much to make
FURNITURE COMPANY I one's stay at the University upliftingand : t UNIVERSITY

pleasant. The folks at home wish MEN-j
\ $ Victrolas and Records : you to attend the classes,the Univer ,

:" sity wishes you to, the clasess cordially i Who patronize the White House Dining Room have the satisfaction
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of knowing they will enjoy the finest
T deck" Sunday service and
D. R. Cox, Proprietor morning in time to "
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i4 take advantage of the Baraca classes. t delicious food obtainable. Table d'Hote Meals, $1.00.

................................ :host The of man millious who friends.has a million has a t For reservations and arrangements concerning dinner parties

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f 'r Tables may be reserved for any regular meal. Telephone 295.
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UP GOOD "Henry, suspiciously asserted one -- -- -- Asa -- - -M-
SHOWING 28. P. E. Thomas. I
29. J. M. Goggins. of two zealous cubists as his opponent t. II I- .
from page one) 30. G. Miller. steadily brought about a decided t
.fssZss&i be will reach the change in local financial conditions, I
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be seen Mounts, h.
to g gaaeness of his older 32. E. B. Crowmasters. "dem dice is loaded." I I THE GAINESVILLE CAFETERIA I II t't
showing "Yo's wrong, Sambo," replied the
Merrill is up
TIm 33. R. B. Woodward. I
at half, is going custodian of the bones, addin ganother t f ft .
e Stanley v4. A. W. Dutton, e. installment to his Located Across From A. C. L. Depot, the old Blanche Cafe '
Florida gladiator greenback collection
A future 35. C. I. Gleason, h. t i :
of Pensacola. This "dese dice ain't loaded, but dey's Stand
Creary 36. W. F.
Renfrow, 1I t
sLi iras the star of his elevens 37. R. D. Newton, h. college trained. Ah rolls for what Ah t iI -
high school years and 338. don't want an' Ah gits what Ah does." I
fear W. R. Smith. I /
fc so doubt of his rising to the 39. H. :McLeod. ? '- I Modern and sanitary conveniences have been installed. .
[ -,,. of the adherents of the 40. J. R. McClure, t. The alarm clock may be a bane of '
civilization, but from the prejudiced t
W. E. Rose, e. t You select your food,place it on a tray and our waiters carry
his second viewpoint of the inhabi-
gee l is serving 42. F. Lorraine, h. dormitory
the Florida Alligators. 43. Earl Beasley, h. tant that word should beheaded bya it to the table for you. t tI
'fcfcrriew he stated that he "p", with other alterations to tI

33t forecast the outlook but One trouble with getting "shined"is match. I' A FEW PRICES THAT WILL PREVAIL I It ;
man could see that wet I .
a fc ai that the polish, like
: brightest prospects of any bootblack dispenses the kind the All we ask of you is to try our t All Vegetable dishes _5c Puddings and Pies ___.5c t
.g year. And every man un- enough. doesn't last long Kodak finishing just once. Van- All Meats __....lOc All Drinks ........... 5c
!:= agrees with this statement. skkel's Studio, south side square. t Order Hot Cakes or All Cereals ______.. .10c t tt .
1S instruction they are fight- Waffles ._.._____..lOc Bread and Butter ____5c t tt #
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.-i in the attempt to whip your fellow students at the Dr.. Enwall is teaching the Methodist -
into shape. Methodist ings. Baraca class Sunday morn- Baraca class. Come and hear t ; .f.ft
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major Van Fleet, who is apr = -'.. ,> : .. ". ." iI
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H2itary Academy. At the t.
Assistant Coach Major Vans UNIVERSITY MEk ALWAYS WELCOME t ;:
$5.00 Meal Tickets For $3.90 '
.: coaching the back field men, I : t.t t.

,, ,. Zzzg defensive punting work., receiving, offend McDOWALL'SICE t I : : t
ajaoa must he. made of the foot- CREAM :t t --I I II

auger and his aides. Dickey I .'- .i.iI1 ,.
with! Yarnoff and Markhim, as
showing the real stuff ; I II
h pIying are the big squad with all YOURSELVES AT HOME I1 You Will Have to See It to Appreciate It .. t.I II

.j recess ry material Agency Hollingsworth's Unusual Candies .
Od of the seventy-four men comljgsi -j I I
forty-three --- -- ----- - -
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let wed as freshmen. In thisjgier 1
the University lays its futurear1tiens
for there is a wealth and ADVERTISED

[,*&.Clf material to be found among Kollege Kut Klothes BRAND .

of the Freshets -
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L R.H. Burnett, e.
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4 W. M.Hendry, h. .
I. K. M. Brittain.
. 1 G. H. Norton, g. 1
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:-H. H.D. Perry, g. and durability. We can save you from $8 to $10 on each 7:', ,l
1!. J. A. Hudson, q a .
13. E. M. Barnet, f. ;0-_ Suit,"prices ranging from "

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. 15. G.H.Tebeau, h. : 25.00 to $40.00
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,i Entered as second-class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at I Clothes for Fall

;; Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of Ma rch 3d, 1879. ... . ;

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I, ones who have decided to cast their lot with the "Baby University I ,

of the South" the Alligator bids a hearty welcome. Another year t t cI
has passed and with the opening session of 1921-1922 come

prospects for a record session. The dormitories are filled to capacity I :The Price alone means nothing" it's the Quality that t tII
; boarding houses and private homes with accommodationsfor
students are filled and the registrar reports a new record in the II goes with it that counts-all wool fabrics, fine tailoring I k
number of students registered. AH of these things have but one I
-the things that give style and per dollar
more more wear -
significance and that is that the University of Florida is growingand ; t
growing fast. With approximately a thousand male students t

,I /the University of Florida is now rated as one of the leading colleges t .
of the country. Our last 1
faculty year was third in the en-
tire country in proportion of P. H. D. men. Our equipment is t 1 I IA

I practically new and many are the praises heard when strangers '.=,- WHEN A "FIT-SERVICE" SUIT FAILS TO MAKE GOOD J-.-*- I
view the general plant of the university. There is only thing '
I ,necessary to assure a continued growth and that is the attitude of -<, ; t
the students hemselves. The University of Florida is a school to I ; t tt
which any man will be proud to refer as his alma mater. Let us t : I
all pull together to make it even better than it is now in fact,
to make it the best college in the entire country. t .. .'.

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"'\ There is one thing for which the University of,Florida is famed t I :
i far and wide and that is t
the general attitude of friendship and ;' :
''I courtesy among its student body. It has always been and still is t .
I the custom for every student to speak when passing another, :',. .' I
either on the campus or in town. Every man attending the state I r .
I college Is bound together by strong tie of mutual relationship. !'t ...t Hill Building .:,
We are all members of one large group-working for a common I "
cause. In some colleges this feeling does not exist and a certain t :;:. ...
t 'alofness seems to pervade among some of the students. The Uni- I ,
t. versity of Florida does not care for this type of student. It has I t I ,
also been the custom in years past for the students to tip their I A .
I F hats in mark of respect to the members of the faculty. Every i -- -- -
man on the campus speaks when passing a fellow student or pro-
f!I fessor and this is a habit that cultivates a friendlier and better 4
feeling among the various members. Politeness, friendliness and CAFETERIA TO OPEN iences of the students. Entirely new Green, West and Green are three
courteous deportment are the attributes of a gentleman and the The 'Gator Cafeteria will open on equipment is being installed and the of the University boys and deserve I
t fI" reputation of the university depends upon the members of its student or about October 5th in the new least detail is being gone into to lot of credit in undertaking this new
building opposite the
I body. west gate and make this the Emporium De Luxe of enterprise. By their own efforts thej
I will cater to the University boys. eats.: An experienced chef has been will make the- 'Gator Cafe a success
According to the owners and man- engaged to take charge of the kitchen. and the students will aid them u
\ GOING TO CHURCHThe agers, Messrs. Otis Green, Franklin
I' It is reported that he is a master of much as possible in carrying out their
West and ruman Green the 'Gator the art of pastry making and will plans which are for the benefit and
various churches in town are co-operating heartily with the Cafe will be run cafeteria style, using the
supply cafe with these delicacies convenience of the students them
\ University in an effort to be of benefit to the
I student body. Special every modern facility for the conven- from its own kitchen. selves.
classes, composed exclusively of university students, meet and
discuss problem and phases of life that are of vital interest to ev
; I ery man here. The matter of attending religious services is left -
: -
: entirely to the individual -- -
up student. This is where a man shows -
his worth. As is taught by the Y. M. C. A. there are three sides
to every man's life, the mental, physical and the spiritual. The
\ university classrooms take care of the mental development; the
football, baseball, basketball, track and other athletic activities
'well cover the physical development. But the spiritual
rk falls to the lot of the "Y" and the churches in town. Their- WHEN IN JACKSONVILLE ._ -
: :work does not conflict but rather co-operates in offering the :. .- -> :
,'j student everything that is needed .'
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LllBS shall be considered to be upon his were very bright and that with every demands of the audience. '
socIyI AND honor to maintain
: absolute secrecy as man working his hardest the record Along toward the last Coach Kline
regards any breach of this Honor V
System made by the gridiron squad of the was called upon to give his views as
to his
: may come
T.F. West Editor + knowledge. U. of F. would be one to be proud of. to the football season just ahead of !
+ + + + .4 1 + ++ + + + + + I
+ + 1
This system was adopted, not with After another intermission in which: us. He told the students and towns-

TliTERNITJES ANNOUN I NOTICE, DUVAL MEN! the idea of excluding any student I the supply of punch was visibly decreased people clearly and forcefully that the .

THE 'FOLLOWING PLEDGES from our midst, but for the purposeof Bill Bivens again took the success of a football team, the calibreof r

There will be a meeting of the creating an atmosphere of honor floor and spoke of the Masqueraders, its playing, depended entirely upon
the pledges to the fferentnternities Duval Country Club Tuesday night and fairness around the student bodyin the dramatic club at Florida. He said the attendance of the student body.

Among are: September 26 at 7 o'clock in the Gym, order that no temptation shouldbe the club was planning to take a trip He said that if the students did not
nasium. All left in the path of the weak and thru the southern part of the state manifest any spirit and interestdidnot
0ia s new men from Jacksonville
Tau Omega{ -
Alpha thoughtless. Let enforce sometime in December, in addition to
every man demand that the team playgro&
and Duval
CL E. Webb, Jr., Tamp .!Wm. county are urged to
ad Micanopy; Frank E 1Wil\ be present, as officers for the ensuing the Honor System and every diploma making its regular schedule next ball-the playing of the team would 4

JB,, and Forrest Prir! of i year are to be elected. from the U. of F. shall be not onlya spring. never be what it should be.
an Jack Davis'yLorraine ; guarantee for years of honest and Feeling the need of somewhat more ; The singing of the "Orange And.

icksonville; Orlando;UulQliam President of the Combined Senior diligent work but a mark of honor artistic entertainment, the chairman Blue" by the entire audience markedthe

Gainesville; Ivan:"TjasQn, : Class, who shall be its chairman, and bestowed upon the holder by the next introduced Tony Regero, the Ca- closing: of the meeting and aftera V
jieckert Augustine-, one member elected from each classto most worthy of his fellow men. ruso of the campus. Tony sang so general farewell the mixed throng '
;t beautifully that he was not allowedto of students and townspeople passefi: '
F Allan MacKay, I. serve one scholastic year; the
Kappa Alpha-- OPENING NIGHT EXERCISES depart in after the first out of the best
I peace selection ending one get-to
Bize and Bob Har- secretary of this committee to be the
K. Phillips the Combined WERE VERY INSPIRING but was compelled to make it gether affairs ever staged at the;
seceytary of Junior
l Phillip Thomas, Harry
of Tampa; .
Class. two to come even near satisfying the University.
Lee dreary, and John A. Murphree, ofGainesville I (Continued from page one)

; Mose Guyton, Marianna; 2. All proceedings of this Com- ged, the process of finding out "who
Urlin mittee shall be secret. -- -
Myers absolutely -
Wallace, Daytona; was who" was greatly facilitated. I r" !
lid Francis Campbell, of Chipley; 3. To be effective, the vote of this Next Charlie Regero rendered a - "

ack Massey, Dade City; Frank Had- Committee upon all matters must be very humorous selection which

L* and K. M. Brittan, of 'Jackson- unanimous. brought strong applause from the

e; Clay Lewis, Marianna; Tom 4. It shall be considered. the dutyof audience. Mr. L. C. Crofton then -.

(Clark, Monticello. any student witnessing a breach of took the floor and explained to the t' .
Pi Kappa Alpha-0. H. LeBean, this Honor System to first secure an- rats the advantages of the various UNIVERSITY MEN : "g! \f : : t
foonald Holland, and Franklin HardCay other witness to the act, and with honor societies and fraternities upon .

of Orlando; Chas. Earsons, Pa- such witness report said breach to the campus and how membership ,-jf ,"{ : .

lath; Wallace Snow and Harry S. the Executive Committee of the Stu- therein might be obtained. The of- Demand value and style :.::, .: l, .. .

[Snow, St. Augustine; Allen Jones, dent Body. ficial organ of the student body, The .' -; ..
'Sanford Newton McClung, Clearwater Florida Alligator, was next fully discussed -
; 5. Upon the receiving of such report Society Brand Clothes :. i
Sebring Carlton and explained by Truman ,
; James Ethride, ; the Committee shall first pass
Thai Johnson, Green, the editor-in-chief for the
Keen, Marianna; upon said charge. Should the charge Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox Hats '_
Gainesville Lewis Bouchella, New present year. "
; ,Appear valid the person accused shall .., \.
Smyrna; Albert Jones, Gainesville. be forthwith brought.before the Com- President Murphree gave a very interesting Are featured' lines in the Giddeons Store. .r V

Sigma Alpha Eplison-Cabb Rich- mittee, faced by his accusers, the address, which was appre- i

mond, Atlanta, Ga.; John L. Hall, charge laid before him and then be ciated by all present. He spoke of Mail l orders a specialty. _
the fact that our university was thirdin .'
Paul Brinson, ;
Jacksonville; given an opportunity to admit or
J. S. Taylor, rank of all universities in the coun-
1. Hancock, ; deny such charge. .
Largo T. P. Davis, Madison. try in the number of teachers bearingthe r;:
6. Should the student accused of a
degree of Ph. D. Also in telling f. ;
Sigma Nu-Victor Hull, Beach Ha- breach of Article 1, Section 1, admit of the future improvements to be .
zard, and Julius Allen, of Jackson- shall be
the truth of said charge, it made at the University of Florida he t
frffle James Hart, Charleston, W. Va., Committee
; Walter the duty of the Executive' said that by next year a great partof HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO.
Eugene Lester, Tampa; to expel him from the Student Bodyof I the mammoth administration build- .
Graves, Quincy; Morris Home, Mon- the University of Florida and allow -
would with
ing be completed, an au-
ticello Albert Speer Tallahassee.Theta TAMPA, FLORIDA
; said student forty-eight hours ditorium having a seating capacityof
Chi William Bartlett and within which to resign and departfrom 1,200. ,

John Osborne, of Tampa; Mr. Skinner the University. Upon failure to Major Van Fleet, the new com- .. 4ti
of Umatilla; Keith Black, Lake resign or depart within this time mandment and assistant coach at U. j.y

City; Cliff Weaver, Elmo Williams such student shall be considered expelled of F., next gave his views concern- .
and Henry Perry, of Miami; Albert 1! by authority* delegated by ing the athletic outlook of Florida.He ,

Clonts, Lakeland; Robert Clark, Tar- I special act of the faculty. expressed the belief that Flori- .
pon Springs; W. R. Smith, DeFuniak 7. Should the student accused deny da's prospects for the coming season -. -
Springs; Marion Hendry, Fort My- the truth and validity of sail charge, i

ers. he shall have the right of immediate:
Zeta Beta Tau-Milton Robins, Mi- appeal to the Discipline Committee of

ami;Jack Bohm, Tampa; Chub Freed- the Faculty, who shall act as a Courtof

man, Pensacola. Last Resort in all cases so taken

before them.
MOST VITAL ORGAN OF UNIVERSITY 8. The methods of proceedure and

IS HONOR SYSTEM enforcement of Article2, Section II THE BONTON V .
those outlined *> .',
shall be the same as *. '
(Continued from one) I .
page '
above. -MEET ME THERE" :
Committee, expulsion from the Student Section IV. Amendment.

Body, with the same privilege as 1. To effect an amendment" these -
regards resignation rather than exHilsion rules there must be a petition to the : j--
from the University of Florida Student Body as a whole by the ma- Is Essentially a Young Man's Establishment -V.. : ,

jority of each of two classes, outlining 0". ,I '

Section III. Enforcement. I the desired amendment, followed ."- ,

1. The enforcement of these rules by a vote of two thirds of the Stu-
Excellent service highest grade Confections, Cigars Cigarettes and Tobacte.r ,
iU be in the hands of an Executive dent Body in favor of such amendment. "

Committee of the Student Body corn- .
of five voting members-the 2. Such amendment shall become : :
effectual immediately on such adopt- F. };, ,

trbe[ hobo dreams of hand-outs, ion and approval.The considered '=\. -. ; Take "The .Gator Special" to the ..Bon Ton _. _,:,.i, :-" ." ,_ '
shall be
The above
drunkard dreams of snakes, I- .
he student dreams of 95's- to apply to all men taking college

I Too bad that dreams are fakes. work in the University of Florida.
i This Honor System shall go into ,

! Nobody knew that William Finn effect upon the opening of the scho-

Was of the breed that would give in lastic year 191617.
Except his wife. I Every student of the University
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+ + + + + + -+ + + a prep school is Bo. McMillan's dou-!
+ ble, both in looks and playing style. SPORTING GyOODS i
+ Florida will have a chance to com-
I + CONCESSIONS + i pare scores this season with Dart- Football i.J Baseball f.
r tEe -, + mouth and, incidentally, with Geor- Hardware of all IfindsSee j

+ A. N. Sollee, president of the + gia. Tennessee, who Florida plays, !P\
+ Atheltic Association, will re- + .will invade the territory of the strong Us :::
l: FOOTBALL GAMES SEPT. 24 + ceive bids for the concessions + Hanover, Mass., eleven on October_ 5, THOMAS COMPANY :
.+ at Fleming Field during the + and Georgia also plays the northern .J
Alabama. vs- Howard at Tusca- + present athletic season. Bids + team, but in Atlanta, where Florida's Phone 22 1
I i k osa. + will close on October 1. + rival should show up well. Continuing WEST SIDE OF
# Centre 'VS. Kentucky Wesleyan at + + this dangerous fusiness of comparisonto S(1ARE -lULL

'; Danville. + + + + + + + + + which there is no endDartmouthplays
Furman vs. Erskine, at Greenville. Harvard and Harvard tackles
'r I Georgia Tech. vs. Wake Forest at nition for their Alma Mater in their the Praying Colonels again-yes, yes, THE FLORIDA AJ (GATOR
Atlanta.x vocations as those few men? Flor- yes-we back our hopes on Captain a ,
I I Harvard: vs. Boston at Cambridge. ida can do the same, but to excel in Perry and his like! I ...... JS PREPARED TO DO 'YJOB WORK -.... .

I'I'I I Mississippi vs. S. M. A. at Clinton. our few hours of play our team, too, B. O. Smith. 107 Thomas Hall
t f North Carolina vs. Clemson at must practice those many hours; so S. I. A. T. TEAMS Otf THE'GATORSCHEDULE ,
J Charlotte. follow this old team out there on the -
Pennsylvania vs. Delaware at Phil- field. ....
I! adelphia. It has been said that Florida can't Mercer -Coach, Josh Cody (Van-

I Rutgers Y*. Ursinus at New Bruns- turn out a winning team because ofa derbilt); Manager, J. W. Kern. I HOW ABOUT GOING TO SUNDAY
the Tennessee-Captain,
wick. lack of proper spirit backing University of
Tennessee vs. Emory and Henry ataoxvrne. teams, and vice versa-that Florida Hal Blair, h. b.; Coach, J. R. Bender !Iim
.. can't have the real spirit without a (Nebraska); Manager, McCleneghan. SCHOOL?-WHY NOT COME OUT?
Virginia vs. Davidson at Charlottes- winning team. Fellows, Florida now Howard-Coach, R. C. Marshall. !x
WTIe. has the team. How long will that University of S. Carolina-Captain,
I Baraca Class of the Baptist needs Sunday .
T. R I. vs. Roanoke at Lexington. simple little fact take to soak into Gressette, f. b.; Coach,' Sol Metzger The Church you
i W. & J. vs. Bethany at Washington. the student body's brain? Let every (Penn.); Manager, Mimms. !m morning at 9:45. Prof. Rogers is a "live wire." Everybody
man be out to the next few practices, University of Alabama-Captain,
invited to attend.
,, i TOR RATS AND OLD MEN ALIKE but more than that, let every man Clements, endo Coach, X. C. Scott
be with that team when they go to (Western Reserve); Manager, Almon. .
Florida expects every man from the play Camp Benning and escort themto Mississippi-Captain, Hale, h. b.; ffiffiKffiiaBiffiffiffi
I measliest rat to the highest and most the train in true Florida style, .
dignified senior to support the insti- remember that we are "Rather win- Coach Oglethorpe-Captain, S. L. Robinson,(Colgate Knox, h.) b.; ............................. j

tutions, customs, and rules of his ning than losing, but winning or los- Coach, W. B. Elcock (Dartmouth);
school. In this same .category is ing for Florida." Manager, Price.University Let your next Suit be a
placed the present collection of wor- of Florida-Captain, I

thy men who are fighting for the COMMENTS Perry, guard; Coach, W. G. Kline( Illinois : FASHION PARK -
honor .
I of representing us on the football "" ); Manager, Stanley. -.f" .
team. At practice every man "The wonder team of 1919-1920" at 4
"vho is lucky enough to be without a OR .
Center College is still a wonder, but FREE RIDE
",' class should be on the field lending this year it's "wonder what.they'lldo. ::
His moral support and his vocal energy ." With the i 1
five regulars missing The "Baraca Special" leaves the FITFORM
i to the training of "Florida'sBest" .
citizens of Danville, Ky., note a return corner of Buckman Hall about 0:30
for that is what it
i we expect to the normalcy of four years Sunday mornings. :
; to be. Practice is a task for the still : SOLE AGENTS :
ago. Coach Moran is calling
players, not because
it is uninterest-
balls and strikes in the National
I zbg, but because it is so much repetition League and will not return till the : PHIFERBROS. DEPT. STORE ',1
I and anything that the student 28th.; Their schedule includes many i
Body can do to make it more interesting southern teams, such as Auburn, W. Gainesville, Florida j
t will profit the team and us. and L., and the strong V. P. I. team.' 4I : .
:Last year Georgia Tech. practiced A promising player on the team from .

368 hours for the reward for playingthe ...........-............-'...".'
actual time of eight short hours. -----1 I \
Small reward for ardent applicationyet SEffiffiHSHHUffiffiffiffififfi Y1! !fi! Yifi!

I it paid. Look what that team LYRIC THEATER, Inc. I .i
did for Tech. Did !
j the whole Alumni I !x tDON'T
: of that school achieve as much recogJ. I FORGET r i ii

:Monday, 26th- si i
DRUGGISTSTHE & CO. Constance Talmadge We carry a full line of men's Clothing, Furnishings,"1

fi Dress Shoes and U. S. .
} REXALL r [ Army Shoes. :i
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Agents for I ;
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Liggetts and Norris
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in Groceries I Dances, Smokers and Picture Show I I NORAH I
Parties Intermingled. With General J I
For Goodness Sake Drink fBSEY'S COMPANYDruggists Good Times. I| Art and Gift Shop I H B. M. TENCH H'
DELIGHT COFFEE A i fj| Pictures and Picture Frames fI f
) 1s : Phone 32 ._. _
One of the most successful and eeeeeo. 0
eeee.'" wwwwwuwGREENBERG'S ap- O Gainesvill,
preciative rushing seasons ever wit-
I See "j
,nessed on the 'Gator campus is slowly 0
I II (Vidal Drug Company! E Florida E
QUALITY STORE coming to a close. The older mem i
I bers of the fraternities made their For Drugs, Stationery, Toilet 1 I .
: A Complete Line of Gents' FurnishingsOur appearance, a few days previous to j J Articles Candies f S HOE I
Prices Will Suit You the; opening ,of school, so as to get |Souvenir Cards Waterman Pens I j .8\\
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SOUTH SIDE SQUARE first chance in using their persuasivepower ri eov-s. ---.

I on the rats that they were de- gpiKKffiyHrasxxHira! !fifiYi! !: !fiYYfi;! !fii
sirous of bidding to their respective
_.-. -, -- -. ...._----- -- fraternities. Boys, when you plant) Seeds, be sure to get them from

i I During the past two wekes the social i SEMINOLE SEED COMPANY I
star has lost none of its lustre Gainesville, .... : .... : .... : .... Florida
SPEEDIE'S PLACE I j and was first ushered in with a couple RfiXKHniffiKfaI
of smokers given by the KappaAlpha's -
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Headquarters for University Students and Vocational Men. j and Pi K. A.'s in honor t
their respective rushees. JOHNSON'S PHARMACY
Monday, all fraternity men were t| Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods t
Meet them there for. Soft Drinks, Cigars, To- I on the firing line, ready for immedi- I We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only', i
baccos, Candies, Stationery and Souvenir I ate action, coaxing those that had I purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered. s
t Cards. { registered and were registering to t f Gainesville Florida. E EDO '
follow along in the path which they -------------------
t had trod. In the afternoon the K. A.3 r
eeeNeeoe eei gave a dance and that evening from BUSINESS WITH
7 till 8:30 the Alpha Tau Omega Fra-
ternity entertained with a smoker the I THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK"The .I

Gainesville Electrical Supply Co. men they were rushing while the Sig- New Million Dollar Bank"' Resources Over $2,500,000 .
ma Nu's did likewise. Later in the
evening the Sigma Alpha Eplison
FLASHLIGHTS LAMP SHADESWhen Fraternity gave a delightful dance at 2fiSafBBBSffiffiffifiHffij! : 1 i71! 1311T317171313177 I IZi711i iJ1l7Ji33 1 7.7i_Y '
the Elks' Club. The ball room was fix
::- attractively decorated in the fraternity j i

:you need anything electrical drop in and see us colors by and the peppy University music Jazz was furnished Or-- t I w 1C Strong, Safe and Accommodating S g iiifi

-.- chestra. .Punch was served throughout !fifif! lif! li! ?
the evening. t
512 EAST MAIN STREET. : TELEPHONE 122 Tuesday, the old time rushing spirit -,
was predominate,during the afternoon Popular Goods at Popular Prices at
the A. T. O:s entertained with i

ree. .e_ _ eeeoee a dance at their fraternity house on BURKHIM'S
Masonic street. Music for this oc- .

DROP IN i t casion sity Jazz was Orchestra furnished and by the refreshingfruit Univer- "'----- --"""'-':>--Y----.......-...-- -P- ----""r'r -D -

OTTO F STOCK I the Sigma punch Nu was, Fraternity served. That gave night a I' UNIVERSITY MEN!, '

Smoker in honor of their pledges and I M,
TAILOR the men they rushed while the Delta f f You are always "_ .
t Rho's followed suit. Welcomed at I"I
Wednesday was the first day of '
Alteration Cleaning Pressing t classes but in between time rushing 5'
t continued during the afternoon; BOWERS SHOE STORE
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[j h Phone 354 Gainesville, Florida
tt .the Sifima Nu's gave a dance at their
t new and attractive Fraternity Home. Come in and make yourself at home
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Beautiful selections were rendered by East Main Street, South
an Edison while refreshing claret
punch was served to the dancers. In
COODY'S CAFETERIAand the early part of the evening the I -
Theata Chi's entertained the men i i" :':'- "'T .;:. .:: --- :::r----- .
they were rushing with a Smoker. ,

DINING ROOMGAINESVILLE held The in old check pep until,still existed Friday, but evening was I I THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE'

FLORIDA when the dancing set participated in
Invites you to take your meals with them while in the city. an enjoyable dance at the Elks' Club, Basement Language Hall :
Strictly American, all home cooking. A variety of foods which was followed by a pop dance,
served all hours of day until 12 p. m. Prices cheap as any given Saturday afternoon by the -.. New Line of University Jewelry and Stationery, _.
place. Kappa Alphas.To Large Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps .;
the week to a successful I .
108 East Main Street bring Memory Books, Etc.
close the Delta Rho Fraternity enter- t
tained with an informal dance in'' ;
Everything For the Student
IpSSSBSffiffiffiffi their uptown fraternity rooms last t J
Saturday evening. It was an enjoy- T<:
I DORAN'S BICYCLE SHOP able affair as at the midnight hour I - - - - .
j: theguests exchanged good-byes with., t The Alachua Restaurant and Lunch Room"
East Main Street !Iim
:ti : the hosts assuring them of a delightful o
BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRS JJJ! evening.IT t For Ladies and Gentlemen J

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r IL .. + + +" + + + + + + + + + +. + + +' + + + BABY UNIVERSITY OPENS R. O. T. C. UNIT LOOKS GOOD I Tech., University of Georgia,

t r J: 'J!. L.1d1; ,';Kjf'. of, WITH RECORD ATTENDANCE UNDER ?MAJOR VAN FLEffT Auburn, Clemson, University of Sosf

I 'f .. ... Carolina, and many others. <' !
t : -- : CAMPUS DOINGS (Continued from page one) (Continued from page one) should be a drawing card to jv
I" t i"" ./ j t J !.; +, ccmmandant of cadets and professor Tuesday. Dress parade will start in thc.
,. who have an interest in military
+ York
of military science and tactics. November and will continue every because of the distinction
r + ,K.,K. Hanson and Bie Editors + that !baJ
'. Capt. Ira E. Rider, U. S. A., who Wednesday afternoon. The class room be gained personally as well
as ft
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has had a number of years' experience work will be practical as well as periodical old Florida's unit of R. 0. T. C.
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + military
with lectures
''f in military schools and who on The military department is a

I: OUTLOOK VERY PROSPEROUS out of Section C, Thomas HalL Joe! served overseas'during the war, succeeds science and tactics. of the University and it behoora part

FOR FRATERNITIES McVickers is thinking of taking guitar Capt. F. L. Culm as assistant i One feature of the work this year every Gator to do all he can to air
lessons. | will be competitive firing and target a success and again rise to the
J 5ew Houses, Repair Work, and Additions O. M. Berg wants to know who bor professor of military science. I practice with other R. 0. T. C. units. tinguished college class. We &
: to the Fraternity Homes. rowed one of his best chairs out of Prof. E. L. Lord, B. S., who has This unit will compete with Georgia tremely lucky in having the mea are ex
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103 while he-was asleep.A taught biology and agriculture in the have at the head of this work and
I From the fraternity standpoint the great many are going out to I Louisiana Industrial Institute for the instructor in the department of feel that they are for old Florida It as?

I coming year looks very prosperous. Fleming Field each afternoon to seethe past ten years, comes to the univer- mathematics.With well as Uncle Sam, so let's get together
I There is an unusual number of eleven practice. sity of Florida as assistant professor these new additions to the boys, and put out a root
pledges due to the growth of the
Wanted-An opportunity for Tootie! of biology and agriculture. faculty, the university promises to army.
University as whole.
a Perry's little brother in the rat boxing Prof. W. R. Hale, M. A., who has rank as one of the leading collegesin
At the opening of school the Sigma Saturday. taught in the A. and M. College in the country, both in scholarshipand All we ask of you is to try OB
Nu's moved into their attractive home West Virginia and in the Colorado faculty rating.-Tampa' Morning Kodak finishing just once. Vu.sickel's -
which has just been completed, situ- Back again bigger than ever, and School of Mines, has been appointed Tribune. Studio, south side square.
ated on University avenue. TheJksase we have the best prospects for a most I
is designed to meet the needs successful year. All the registration i
I of the fraternity. The ground floor I records of the University have been -

can conveniently arranged into broken, and all the various colleges on
dancing space, while the second floor the campus are taking care of a capacity -
is composed of three study rooms and enrollment. Another feature
\ i three spacious sleeping porches. particularly gratifying to the University -
( ,i
r 1 we are glad to hear that the Delta i iHho authorities is the return of a '" ,
Fraternity is contemplating number of older students, men who I ,
1// Building an attractive stucco home on have been out of the college realm fora .

I the corner of Church and f Ninth number of years, but who have
t streets, in the near future. This is & come to realize the manifest advantages -
seeded addition to the school in fraternity of a college education, either in 0 THE GATOR CAFETERIA ,
j i circles." I 1 the specialization of a profession or .. '
The Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, along the lines of scholastic attain- \ : ':
: Opposite Thomas Hall :
i which moved into their new home the ment. :; <_
r latter part of last year is now comfortably ': (

I settled, A new feature to the Florida men, football season is
: Kappa Alpha house service is that here! Are you prepared for it? .
; they: are serving meals in their home. Out on the football field you have WILL OPENNOVEMBER

i All that the A. T. O.'s., S., A. E.'s., seen the men working incessantly, .
and Theta Chi's did minor heedless ; .
was repair of he broiling sun, heedlessof 5th : .
f work to their respective houses.It their exertion, working in order ,">.' ::- ", ,
is rumored that the Zeta Beta that "Florida" may be raised higherin i- .

Tau's are going to buy a home on the standard of the athletic field, ;) .' ,"Where Good Eats Reign Supreme" .i';' '\
Masonic street. and higher in the respect of other '
colleges. t .-
The U. of F. opened this year withan What are you doing? Though it i .'. ..: '
unprecedented demand for rat is ;
impossible for every man to go out ; -- -
nzps. About four hundred specimens for the team, you can help! Did you -< '
i, .f this ;'';' t. ( ,.,
popular headgear are adding 1 know that it takes every man in the / .

a touch of color to various points college to make a real football team .' ,
aboat the campus. and not just the eleven men who will \ ":fi"' \,

The battalion formed for the first j probably be rewarded with the letter :" : : '", : i ?
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I I time on Thursday, the fifteenth. Owing "F"? The real team is composed of ;
to a new system of issuing the j the student body and faculty one hun- ','T'',", .,"'', r:-: :'>.... .: Run by Students. :, t .
uniforms, the men are in uniform dred cent strong. "
per ,. ., ,
much earlier than usual. : "" i'i. ,
The bat- Those eleven men that will make : -" : ::
talion seems twice as large as it was i the team will represent you and I. Truman.., : Green" c;-,,' '. Franklin, West. *., .,Otis'. '-Greene,
last year. It !is rumored that Mrs. Peeler has i for us, and it is up to us to back themto ; ,1. ., '
asked that the freshmen be allowed 1 a man.. ; : ,
to raise mustaches in order that they If you haven't caught that conta- > :

may sweep the floors while pushing j gious Florida spirit it is time you :,; ; = ,. ," \ v
oollarbuttons over them. became infected. Its interpretationis

The men who signed up for Philos-i loyalty, friendship and action, > ". .
pfiy were going around looking happy often expressed, "putting out," and ,,<.., ,- .
the past week. Dr. Enwall washte "all 1 for Florida." j ,

arriving from the University ofChicago If you wish to attain the real spirit ["
: ]let us see you attend the cheer prac- GOOD EATS-REASONABLE PRICES >
The rat boxing came off Saturday t tises, the mass meetings, the games,
Afternoon, and was largely attended. I the prof's class rooms. Learn to bea
There was not enough time to let all real 'Gator! .
the; freshmen participate, but those If
We are there one hundred per .
., veho>> were disappointed will be given cent strong when the first cheer prac- ; + L .L .
Another chance tomorrow. tice i iMK call is sounded, and "put out" all q" / d
: J. Clayett Taylor, the eminent I we've got, we will put more encour- -"', .; ,: ,
authority on the psychological aspect I agement and fight into those eleven .
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I .Tfiwe, gave out in an interview that men than a great amount of practise.Let '...';.:'": .. '-,',
!U' the-dearest girl in the world.I .
them know we are pushing for : .._ .. r
Svery-time he takes her into a drug them and depending on their efforts. Give Us a Trial ;' .

store she orders, a banana split. I Encouragement is a part of the ,1' ',: ";' '" .' .. '
The freshman class, it is understood 'Gator code ,. '
but it is a necessary part. ,. :" ':',; ', '. .:
wishes i to thank the Learn it, get into.the swing, practicethe ; S.:' .

thetic refreshment committee sympa-I other parts of the spirit, and we '.
xreen punch served on College Night. will soon be a one hundred per cent
The traffic in radiator keys skirmish
school and an unbeatable team.
I I lines, chapel tickets and library Remember when the call cOmes for

tickets has been surprisingly large the first cheer practise, answer strong
t the past two weeks. and we will all help build a greater,
Everyone is getting ready to move better and bigger Florida.
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FOR A GREATER r FLORIDA UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, K SEPT. Q2j. 1921 I0BL ESN OY UlNIVERSITY OPENING NIGHT OPENS WITH RECATTENDANCE =tories Filled and All Outsite Rooms Taken as Doors Open for 1921-'22 Season. Dr. Murphree Greets _New Nw With Same Inspiring The Univ'ersltY of Florida was foralyopened with approximiately nine Ardstudents answering roll tall the various class rooms on the lige campus. The enrollment this wat the Gator university will sturSany other term in the history (te college. Complete figures had been announced yesterday, as aof the upper classmen had not apfeted their regitratron and yotners are expected to arrive in hmest few days. It is estimated, ever, that the total number this ear wifl approach the thousand One thing that promises a bright Euare for the Unmversity of Florida Is the fact that nearly five hundred fhmen has e registered this year -ith almost a hundred of them in the Law Coilege. The university dormitories, fraterThy houses, and a I pirate homes tar the uniners-ty w~ ithI ava ilable :tice are filled to CAlpaitity. Seen r, ~ he :chpel B4Sz 'i a '*1 S i~ht SSa:, ii''a., c r li .\1 A w A .1 p a I u : Pusor Fatti it P P. Leon.S G;rir. Scots dtra ble ex 'ersity ar'M im tomes here from~ tim miutml wir he h .4U protessor of indun !eeds Prof. T H. C fesor of industrial cc Prof. Melvin Price, have bet-n addsed and these LI>h tudents .-Iay miOrning. .:ae WiitX. lDay, nv -from (vi cut. where L.a: On for' 'Lv r -i or the if ag-nmth1. 8. who has eie in uni15chool work, Unnersity of as been assisttrial arts. Quigley as ducationi. He proEXERCISES WERE VERY INSPIRING Dr. Murphree Paved the Way for All Speeches and a General Get Together in the Gym by His Characteristic Address of Welcome. -The annual college night exercises were held in the gymnasium last Riday night. The attendance, especially on the part of the rats, greatly exceedt-d that of any former get-acquainted affair. The program was very appropriately arranged, the speakers decidedly interesting, the music entrancing, and the punch abundant and delous At 8 o'clock the apparently endless file of "the wearers of the green" began to pour into the recesses of the gym, each or.e properly tagged anti labeled. Shortly afterward, when the upper-classmen and people from town had arrived, the place was huled to overflowing. After a few splendid renditions on the part of the Univer. sity orchestra, Bill Bivens. the gcnmal president of the student body, addressed a few wnrdN of welconme In behalf of the student;, and ended by introducing J of the Y. M. of which thc JUm to tr> for s(. to m2 at ti'i tie : .It,\' n-rwt fl V m ii im Merrin, the president C A., undeo the aus p ies exc relse'; wYr h eltd. hi gtan his talk bW anmbiagethat n v tu[lil a i u-tonm f t0 -tn am'' the t ani tot to kniw A l)4n Lmfi of the fi Iunrindr the ,upt fe w yardix io t if the Li~ ci-r t' satti'sfaciturx to 1 I Lv 2le -Ien ii v. It ni" 'eli U t v'wIi Ut In eaty I 11n litiii t !m ui)& ii the campiu' Th0 irAt s1'eakt-r of t -erenin introdutuil by the "Y' p, li it wa Mr. .1 B WaIker.x w -0 repr:e* entid the B. X. .19 Mr Walkcrs talk "as along the Inc of spirtual we1fare Shear jof ti M. S., who has of the students couple ty welcome to attend th~ he society. He was fol Ames, who spoke in d with e services lowed by behalf ciORANGE AND BLUE PIGSKIN CHASERS SHOWING UP GOOD iWith a Flock of Old lien Back and a World of New Material Coach Kline and Assi. Van Fleet are Whipping Them Into a Winning Machine. The Gator footbal team i, swing-. ing into form. The Florida footbal squad, Laxn r had 'en days of stilE trainig, I flow pr eparmng for it,, xntial instruct in in signals and skirmish. After a week of practice on the dummy, the chargfig machine and tack work-outs, the entire squad show themselxi, ready to tear into things. From tayklingpractice Coach Kline paced them in interference, defense work and offenSi Ve tactic,,, then ran t hem through 'ide-stepping, and dodging. Through all this and under a broiling sun the 'Gator men it, displaying ness and 'Gato r meat. Bes ides sh owed the F at all times tagerness. the aftt-ifnfomn wvork, frm now p rubabhiy ist con9tlet, which -aga: Benning. the Orange andi riors and tile ni w rtc ui ten e night mistruct [-H i 41n0 sog'al-Apprconma'e V -I~ ng I-a .a.' : > or ri-liable Jim Mei iir ir Oix the lime there tr tition betwe en rarnt tn, Gu der'on, Swanzon and Crary ridge, an cli Floridj two y is capably filling t e p tac Mc kie, vacated by se Rosenhouse is lorida spiraggressiveWVatch out gridironi ut Blue wvil halk I the p atI i A it f \ -4 r .h *ear isit I ex-Captaifl going stro hi' I.t. '0o yeI AnXV nlettLer, on of Baker. rig and MOSTYVITAL ORGAN R. 0. T. C. U N IT OF UNIVESITY IS LOOKS GOOD UNDER ITS HONOR SYSTEM MAJOR VAN FLEET 11ent into Effect on Opening With a Corps of Able Officers as Day and All New Men Should Assistants and a New Plan of Make it a Point to Learn all Campaign the New Major is About That Which Offers Going to Put Out Peppy BanThem Privileges. jner Battalion. The Erst year min w il soon learn that tin I Tiversity of FlorIda has an Honor Systen,. The sooner you learn the ibettet r To learn that there 'a an Honor System here is not enough. Learn what the Steml is; why it is so sitaily important to esery loyal Cater; why it exist, and who belongs to tHhe system. If you are ignorant about tfle gvo cinment of our sc'hooni you a' p ignorant of the Honor System ard ignOrance of the law i, no ex(USe. YOU owe it to yourself a, well as to the school to get acquainted with one of the U. of 's vital organis. Thi; Honor System is the power by which student self government is maintained at this school When yoU regimte r at thne Univer-ty of Min ida we c'aH iu men, You ha'e thw ca pa be I out igh school on to a highir that -w here you are fir-t ti be mt-n. You arec put h''IJLr to >. a man Taking at'('tUnt a "mIATn, a mandf ft r ,I v otirng fAt a ImI' w : 'i up a( thle -tnjut' 'if i'' rv tvi *idbu nft~ H*' e "a man"i II ''b I tU 221l-b i mtt u. -.i {t 'At 'n hin ti i -, rVt th&o T -cod, s as to!Lw,: a I Breach it honor sx, I E:ther giving or rece" rjr manner of aid In connection with college course. 2. Fadiure to report ans viola any Under the generalship if Marnv 'Van Fleet the U. of F. unit .f Senrr R. C) T C. launched mnto the 1921-22 canpalgn wit, a n tw zeal anrd pep. WXhen the Ibugic blew for tnt first asembly lat week m cr 404 st uden i reported for iirst and second year woik with about 40 who h'txe signed up for ad'amved nilitary training. The first act on, and genera! & ampus atmiosphere bid fair to a hearty coopvration by the st LIdent s wit h Major \anFleet and his able corpe of aseistant' in makmri this a sUrvt -ful year for the military department. The Major has in hi Staff; (apt Atkinsi n: tar geants Hunle: Also tw'o mhur Itetti to I OR wviek or tw ertamn of th' their lhnes andc a [ettter SD-v!t May fi 'rtLI mI Liih 'LI' t. I E. Rhiti ~, Coipp arid e fliere, wh it fir dut' n U S. Ai ny, Iwe can Only and the tr \ant ti e \ \\ \ '~, I I. n -t u I.' .a Hi Wi, V-e p La.: h:1 trib fir wvi t.ause 4ft past to help neede'i it y & r iiL Hruy V "tw ale eir urt:i i th~e bnys Thex w 'II and >&rXWeaver are' cx the nlu a arc the xptrts ii hope for *Ig 'ut of Lu-' 1< I -A f U ii ng itT aol ait k ox the ; gltB beirz, n h wAoen they at ltanlts to the officers. Major X'anFkeet has jatd duwn a different plan cU campaign from that oRD of tue h on 'our alM mnt' ,at," It If '(i. Im ti' for ;tion| No 1 G0 of steppog re i ISHERE 'GATORS LET'S


THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR PAGE TWO LIBRARY RESERVE BOOKS NOT ON OPEN SHELVES Reading reserve books in the library will not be kept on open reserve shelves tofore been this year. as has herethe custom. They wil be kept on special reserve shelve behind the desk and checked out as used. This is not a hindrance to the most efficient use of reserve book but an aid to both the student and the library. It helps the student in that instead of looking all over the room for a book which is off the '-serve sheif, he may merely ask the library clerk o rlibrarian. It help, the Jibrary to check missing solumie., and keep up with all books on reServe,. This does not mean that our library is growing stricter than other lbrarries. It will be found that oth: libraries keep a closed reserve sheM. it means, then, that Florida's lbra,. In former years has been more liberty! than others. But as Florida grows as the library grow<, it must vary -ts methods to .ujt its SizO and capacity. So, when you wish a reserve book, give the clerk the name of the book Simda cording y, September to the custoni JOHN 18, wa atof previous ~ years, "Go to Church Sunday."' MARSHALL DEBATING SOCIETY HOLDS FiRST MEET The Jot Most cety held of the fellows observed this custom 'and crowds of them went to town on foot or 1 churches. Gamnesvile furnished The Earaca welcrmid all ed and insist that it a habit by the is asseS of who attendeVery man mlake t0attend the Sunday every Sunday moininw. 'V. -sc hol I No vie carl (10 better than to take advantage of this privilege of attending The spiritual the only atteni has and t court to th ore the t 0 t time librar ttndtl Ii g~L) U nidift i b, benefit. Every One di ri keeps up the received at home s acquainted the tirmme ltandi haiso bew ith the best name of the iflstrtlt tir of pittn After becoming a. u-to:v it new met hid i ficient, mhor e her ar ite it you Ii! -atisf at-tory u i app. ii' that frt' to time, trt Wlg the tiw .f y, new arid subjtct, I a bit adI ton 'i of 'ntt reet. -.a S a A. a a a s ------------. ---. -----.A --. --. in Marshall Debating Soits initial meeting last Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Org ization for the coming term was order of anthe the day, J. Velma Keene beelected t0the After a brief the president, C (liege sety i ltu r1' office of president. *mitroductory Dean Thusler, of Law, was talk byl[ of introduced to the the and gasx a \ery interesting upon the bet ri; o fi on member ct5-v 'l-, he -ugg be considered wvhere-b Law could be Fi-r to be reptetel Ft-'Al \os imber. tipon arid exJ)LtITl L. obtained and tnt r .1I I ic-d or, other v red 1 >deit Kteen1U utinluttt-e to c rifer and Mr. B. C. Rtley, 'C (iige being neilts to be de-1 ship in the soceted that plans y tre College of noted at the State JacK. an de in Sa~ then called ow cutitLe could adI'alitage when it t. I atipoubtetl :1 with the Dean ir ttor, n regard rep rtet-fted of to at Lair. TIhi, (iommih.ttctconsisted .C L' oftoni as 2 A /A -Sc'\\ This is a Young Man's Store! We're old in experience, but in the style of the young men'; clothes we offer is expressedI all the alertness and "Irn" which is such a characteristic of young men. If that's what you want, young man, we d bettter get together. Porter values are as great as theI variety we show, whether you pay 300 nr tWAl or m. E M 9 9 A II conferences, Tables may plea-e lie reservcdi see the Mantu!er. Teh tm __ SOCIAL CENTER GAINESVILLE'S $ aaee C 9 I N ew colorings, one-third lower flew Fashion than those Id1eas, >: m *,c i Fail, 1920. I. INVITATIONS OF BARACA CLASSES 4 I '--I Ii" d1, 1'arfur an; 1'egdiiir meal. a IKNOX t,. fir. ing .n I i nd pleant. .. food obtamable.


PAGE sill reach the of his older is showing up Stanley, at half, future Florida CnrefY of is going gladiator Is. This j was the star of his eleven high school years y dubtof .5 Mcn of Klne .the and his rising to the the adherents is serving his Florida All of the second lI etr gah wmrnw he stated that -forecast the outlook hhn mancould see tha b rigbtat of he1 but any Year. And every wan Un--s. ith this statementkm istruction they *Isdin the attempt InDW shape. Coach Kline is M fljor Van Fleet, AeAS lettrt tilnary t Assistant to Assistant who a ram West A oaching the back field ~DZ punting. receiving, s aM defensive work. flswn mast bN made of .manager and his aid ~ywith yarnoff and Mi sare showing the big squad h sclfrY materiaL. (hi of the seventy-four 4 the Van men, offenthe foot-I en. DickI trkhim, as real stuff with al men cornpigthe football squad, forty-three freshmen. e ~university lays ~Ucfl. for there is a ~dof materiall to be fot Th ollowing is a list of w green-Cap candidates; R H. Burnett, e. &. J asy .P. laymen. q. i G B Mssey,4. W M. Hendry, h. 3. K. M. Br:ttan. EL B. B. Harknew, In ti its future health and irid among the Freshq. g P 1. G Crary, q. *A M Tjwies, h. pW E Brobsttr 11H. P Dcry. g. 12 J A Hjdscr,. q ?. E M Earry:. f. :4 W. B Clark. g V H T a..CXX ~ e.v 1~ H C MJZx :vr. ~ A R J. rs:. it.'. W U G:5QrJ. C W \X>:rsLu .rke, h K Mat? 4 H; Eiwar; 'C::. : Harry. ASD BUE PCSKi Henry," P. E. Thomas. J. M. Goggins-. G. Miller. M. Mounts. h. suspiciously asserted of two zealous cubists as his oppor steadily J hange GOOD 27. 28. 29. 30. 31 32. 33. v4. 35. 36. 37. 338. 39. 40. 43. W. U. Smith. H. McLeod. J. R. McClure, t. F. Lorraie h -h I I Earl Beasley, h trouble I is with thttheplih botblac enough. .oi dispess, getting "shined" liete knd th doesn't last~ ln your fellow students at Methodist Baraca class Sunday Zr the lornAgency brought about in local financial one b ., 0eo e-Cent a decided conditions, "dem dice is loaded." Wrong, Sambo, "replied the custodian of the bones, addir, ganother installment to his greenback coliection, "dese dice college trained. ain't loaded, but -Across dey's Ah rolls for what A h don't want an Ah gits what AE doe:. The alarm clock may civilization, but vewpint be a bane sanitary of' from the prejudiced of the dormitory tant that word should be heade a p", with other alterations match. All we ask of Kodak finishing sickel's Studio, y ou just south side Is to try once. dby Sto! Our Vansquare Dr. Enwall is teaching the )lethodint Baraca class. Come and hear 'him. Candies conveniences your food, place it have been installed. on a tray and our waiters it to the table for you. Pie dishes 1lc -.0c Butter rYt car I 9 I 9 9 I I, I I I I I Have to See -----------------C. -C' I -, in our window and durability S ult. D r ies rang .Guaranteein .We can ng savt gr yOU the vou from wo:rkmansh SS to Sl0O 'a I -4 ,I I U; K Li (-I 1 1 01 2 1 AVT A I : A. MARTIN GLASS PHILIP MILLER a 7 I A E. B. Crowmasters R. B. Woodward A. W. DuttoneC. I. Gleason. Ii. W. F. Renfrowe R. D. Newton, .acadfrom page onel abe seeD if he Mgameness 'iii Merrnl A Pensaco S prospects $ 9 Academy. Coac hjMaj -. yinrg the S. 5c 9 S~cq -C H NMrton, 4,C. 1 3 -\) -. E. i; t .5 1 ii: Its : ii! -~it -Yo s ranked as


THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR PAGE FOUR THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Truman Green .-. ..Editor-in-Chief Pete Harris ...-. Managing Editor Clover Miller .Assstant Managing Editor Franklin West, Harrold Kiock, Murray Cohen .Reporters K. K. Hanson, Ed. Woodberry. Parmentor, Anzy Bie Contribuor BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Aleck White -. Business Mlanager Horace Wilson Asslstant Busmne, Manager Entered as second-class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of Ma rch 3d, 1879. Plaee all communications and news atems in boxes designated for that purpose in Peabody and Language Halls. Rate:--The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year. WELCOME, 'GATORS! To the old men who have returned and especially to the new ones who have decided to cast their lot with the "Baby University of the South" the Alligator bids a hearty welcome. Another year has passed and with the opening session of 1921-1922 come prospects for a record session. The dormitories are filled to Capacity ; boarding houses and private homes with accommodations for students are filled and the registrar reports a new record in the number of students registered. All of these have but one significance and that is that the University of Florida is growing and growing fast. With approximately a thousand male students the University of Florida is now rated as one of the leading colleges of the country. Our faculty last year was third in the entire country in proportion of P. H. D. men. Our equipment is practically new and many are the praises heard when strangers view the general plant of the university. There is only one thing necessary to assure a continued growth and that is the attitude of the students hemselves. The University of Florida is a school to which any man will be proud to refer as his alma mater. Let us all pull together to make it even better than it is now fact, to make it the best college in the entire country. CAMPUS COURETESY eeoc cc eec eec e A N TII ON Y ~S -cc eec aces I I $'Anthony's "Fit-Service~~ e ___________________________________________________ Clothes ( I The Price al for Fal 0 one means nothing--it's ii I I: the Quality that goes with it that counts-afl wool fabrics, fine tailoring -the things that give more style and more wear per dol 3ar WHEN A "FIT-SERVIC YOU WILL GET AN SUIT F OTHER AILS TO MAKE IN EXCHANGE GOOD I, I I I I There is one thing for which the University of Florida is famed far and wide and that is th courtesy among its student the custom for every stude either on the campus or int The various eb University in an ial classes. comp( discuss problem e gen body. nt to -own. eral It wnf are ci of benefi attitude 01 friendship andI has always been and still i> speak when Every college is bound together by a strong tie We are all members of one large group-cause. In some colleges this feeling does 'alofness seems to pervade among some of versity of Florida does not care for this also been the custom in years past for th4 hats in mark of respect to the members man on the campus speaks when passing fessor and this is a habit that cultivates feeling among the various members. Pol courteous deportment are the attributes reputation of the university depends upon dent body. passing nding t a] relat for a t and a ents. 1 tudent. s to ti another, he state ionship. common certain The UniiIt has p their Evervy i Hill Building I * * ** * ** *I 'GATOR CAFETERIA TO OPEN The 'Gator Cafeteria wlII open on or about October 5th in the new building opposite the west gate and wil eater to the University boys. According to the owners and managers, Messrs Otis Green, Franklin \Vest and rumnan Grven the 'Gator Cafe wtll be run cafeteria style. using every modern facility for the convenlenees of the students. Entirely new equipment is being installed and the least detail is being gone into to make this the Emporium Dt Luxe of eats. An experienced chef has been engaged to take charge of the kitchen,. It is reportEd that he is a master of the art of pastry making supply the cafe with these from its own kitchen. and will delicacies Green, XWest and GreL dre tr of the University boys am: drseru e lot of credit in undertaking this nle enterpree. By their own e&Tcrts thc. will make the 'Gator Cafe a suces and the students will aed tht-m a much as possible in carrying out the plans which are for the benefit at convemnlce of the -tdderts tfles ,elves. the type e stu 0-operatin t to the st ively of university ( ery man here. The matter entirely up to the individual his worth. As is taught by to every man's life, the mer university classrooms take c football, baseball, basketball, well cover the physical deve ment falls to the lot of the" work does not conflict butr student everything that is n vitation is extended to every prices in the various stua of den of the faculty. a fellow student or proa friendlier and better iteness, friendliness and of a gentleman and the the members of its stutg heartily Ludent bod students, t wvi y. me th the Spec-. et and )f life that are of vital interest to evof attending religious services is left student. This is where a man shows the Y. M. C. A. there are three sides itab, physical and the spiritual. The are of the mental development; the track anti other athletic activities lopment. But th Y" and the church ather co-operates eeded along these e h r I I man in the univer of Gainesville. spiritual deve es in town. TI in offering lines. An open sity to attend lopheir the inserfledding, Pillow Cases, man atte of mutu working not exis GOING TO CHURCH urches in to effort to be )sed exclus and phases churches


it *4. uATERNITIES ANNOUN TEE FOLLOWING p DGE8 Among the pledges to the ferent usuties art: Aha Tau Omega--mvi Ciams dC. E. Webb, Jr., Tainpc ~.Wm. mnnganvy Frank E4 "1WilmMorgan and Forrest .aville; Jack Di edLorrnifle Orlanr wckrtGainesville; I I.kArglstinle. KappaAlphaAllaf ePtillins. Jon r, Brittan, bark, Monticello. Th Kappa l'shall hone: regard .1 System TI S ,--if+ know **4~~ *IThi NOTICE, DUVAL MEN!te ~from her wlI b.~c .~ 'irvt.g oi o fc Duval Country Club Tuesday night, September 26 at 7 o'clock in the Gymnas'ium All new, n.m, tf. TJ---.,,~v, ii~vizxi mu 4-K yille and Duval county are urged be present, as year lo; 21U(Miam I MacKay 1. .nd Bob Har,omas, Harry Murphree, of ni, Marianna; Urlin Myers of Chipley; Frank Hadof JacksonMarianne H. Alpha--O. )ndHolland, ,nd Franklin ay, of Orlando; atka; Wallace S ~; Tom LeBean, HardPaS-. Chsas. Earsons, now and Harry Augustine; lanford; Newton ?' er; limnes Ethride, teen, Marianna; lainesville; Lewis McClung, SJones, ClearwaSebring; Carnton Thai Johnson' Bouchella, New officers for the are to be elected. President of th Class, who shall one member to serve secretary secretary for o Combined be its chairma elected from each one scholastic year; of this committee to of the Combine Class. 2. All proceedings mittee shall be absolutely 2. To be effective, Committee upon all unanimous, 4. It shall be considered of ally Mtudent witnessing a breach of Honor System to ensu ing Senior n, and class the rico unor This Cornsecret. I the vote of this| matters must be I very and f r be considered to maintain a rds bsc any breach ~m which may 'ledge. is system was ada idea of excludin1 our midst, but f obe upon his were lute Secrecy as man of this Honorrmd come to his L.d f opted, not with Afi gany student the s or the purpose creas heating an atmosphere of honor fairness around the student body order that no temptation should the floor very bright and working that with every his hardest the record by the gridiron squadc F. would be one to be I ter another intermission Iof the ,roud of.' in which] upply of punch was visibly ed, Bill and Bivens again took dethe spoke of the Masqueraders, the dramatic club at Florida. club was planning to He said take a trip left in the path of the weak and thru the southern part of the state thoughtless. the Let every man Honor System from the U. of a guarantee f diligent work, and every F. shall be or years of ho but a mark enforce diploma not only; nest and of honor bestowed upon the holder by most worthy of his fellow rion. OPENING NIGHTEEC E WERE VR NP (Continued from page one) ged, the process of Lwho" wasg Next Charlie humorous bi ought the duty first secure an,and with of the Stu-j such witness report said breach to the Executive Committee dent Body. 5. Upon the receiving port the Committee shall upon said charge. of such frst Should the charge appear valid he forthwith audience. took finding greatly sometime in December, making sprng-. Its regular Feeling the In addition scht need of some artistic entertainment, the the next rusO T EXERCSS VERYINSPRING introduced Tony of the campus. Regte Ton batifully that he was n I o depart in peace after t 'twot 'eton, 1o ( bat was compelled tome even near satin to dle next what mor chairman ro, the Cay sang SO ot allowed he first se-1 to make it sfying the demands Along of the audience. toward the last Coach Kline was called upon to the football us. He told thE people clearly a] to give his news as season just ahead of students and townm rd forcefully that tho of a football team, the calibr, of its playing, depended the attendance of the student bod3 He said that if the students did mianifest an~y spirnt and intere't-did not demand that ball-the playing the team play god of the team would ne'er be what it should be, The Blue" the singmg of the "Orange .r~d by the entire audience marked closing of the meeting and after a general of student out, ei gether ndng farewell the mixed sand townspeople One (if the bedt affairs ever staged throtg get-teat tht University. out "who facilitated. Regero rendered selection strong applause from the Mr. L C. Croftonte the floor and explained to the rats the honor the campus advantages of the and fraternities upon and how membership therein might be obtained. fnial Organ of Floria cussed )ass ssd shall pee CornPres: the cresti en be ,ciated a. Alligator, a! which various The ofThe y isTruman for the I very inthe student body, was next fully and explained by the editor-in-chief year. Value and style Brand Clothes Shoes, Shirts, nnj I,,., p I C not St. I other witness to the act, a I t I V 4 en rom acks be the J ior this societies


a--*J -GAMES Alabama Centre Furman Georgia SEPT. 24 vs. Howard at vs. Kentucky Wesle: vs. Erskine, at Gre Tech. vs. Wake Foi Harvard vs. Boston at Ca: Mississippi vs. S. North Carolina Charlotte. Pennsylvania M. A. at vs. Cleni vs. Delaware adeiphia. Rutgers vs. Ursinus Tennesseevs. Emory at New +. +. +. I, Tuac ~+ at Tusc+ re yan at e enville. I rest at1nition vocal bridge. 'idac Clinton. our I Son at must at Philfield. Brunsturn a lai and Henry at Yargnis vs. Davidson at Charlottes'ilte. V. .I. vs. Roanoke at Lexington. W. & J. vs. Bethany at Washington. Florida expects every man from the mesiest rat to the highest and most dignified senior to support tt tutions, customs, and rules school. In this same cate placed the present collection thy men who are fighting lonor of representing us ont ball team. he instiof his gory is of worfor the he footAt practice every man who is lucky enough to be without a class should be on the field 1is moral Support and his lending vocal energy to the training of "Florida's Dest"-for that 's what We expect it to be. Practice is a task for the players, not because it is uninteresttbg, but because it is so much repetition and anything that the student body ca. do to make it more interesting will profit the team and us. Last year Georgia Tech, practiced 268 hours for the reward for playing team +. +. +. +. 4. + 4. CONCESSIONS A. N. Soflee, president of the Atheltic Association, will re4'. ceive bids for the concessions Fleming sent Field during the athletic season. IClose 0n1 +.1 4. Bids + October 1. .4. 4 .4.4. + for their Alma Mater in their ions as those few men? Flor-' an do the same, but to excel in rew hours of play our team, too, practice those many hours; so w this old team out there on the has been said that Florida can't out a winning team because of :k of proper spirit backing the s, and vice vers.--that Florida can't have the winning team. has the team. real spirit Fellows, without a Florida now. simple little fact take to soak into the student body's brain? Let every man be out to the next few practices, but more than that, let every man be with that team when they go to play Camp Benning and escort them to the train in true Florida style, remember that We are "Rather winfling than losing, but ing wmnig or losfor Florida." COMMENTS prep school ble,. +F gia. both is Be. McMillal's in looks and playing londa will have a chance to scores this season with ith and, incidentally, with Tennessee, who Florida doustyle. cornDartGeorplays, will invade the territory of the strong Hanover, Mass., eleven on October 5. and Georgia S S See Us also plays the northern team, but in Atlanta, where Florida's rival should show up well. this dangerous fusiness Continuing of comparison t0 which there is no end-DartmOUth plays Harvard and Harvard tackles the Praying Colonels again-yes, yes, yes-we back our hopes on Captain Perry and his like! S. I. A. T. TEAMS ON Mercer-Coach, Josh Cody derbilt); University Hal Blair, h. Manager, J. W. (VanKern. of Tennessee--Captain, b.; Coach, J. R. Bender (Nebraska); Manager, MeCleneghan Howard-Coach, R. C. Marshall. University Gressette, 1. of S. Carolina-Captain, b.; Coach, Sol Metzger (Penn.); Manager, Mimms. University of Alabama-Captain, Clements, endo Coach, X. C. Scott (Western Reserve); Manager, Mississippi--Captain. Hale, Coach, S. L. Robinson Oglethorpe-Captain, Coach, W. B. Elcock Manager, Price. University Perry, Almon. h. b.; (Colgate). Knox, h. b.; (Dartmouth); of Florida -Captain, guard; Coach, W. G. Kline( inoisi; Manager, Stanley. "The wonder team of 1919-1920" Center this do." citiz turnr Ago. Ball Lea College year it's a is still a wonder, "wonder what the With live regulars ens of Danville, missing, Ky., note a at~ but the re to the normalcy of four years Coach Moran ts still calling and strikes in the National gue and will not 28th.; Their schedule return till the includes many southern teams, such as Auburn, W. and L., and the strong V. P. 1. team A promising player on the team from The "Baraca Special" corner Sunday of Buckman mornings. leaves the Hall abaut 9:30 a J 4 A r

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'OPENS ATTENDANCE LOOKS Tech., t'n.' ersit y of C, urz]a Auburn. Clmni~i, 1U 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 out of Sew Houses, Repair Work, and A tiot, to the Fraternity Homes. From the fraternity standpoint nimmrg There is pledges, year looks an unusi Sctt ,n MeX'icker5 a tar lessons 0. M Bee y C, Thor thinking wants to mas Hall of taking Joe guihrno; wvho horrc wed one of his best chairs the ~103 wbile he was asleep. A great many very prosperous. Fknmingr uag nlumbier due to the growth of University as a whole. At the opening of school the Nu's moved into their attractive which has Just been completed ated University 0I the Sigma home .The hse is designed to meet the are going out to Field each the eleven practice. IWanted--An opportunity Perry's ig little brother in th for Tootie of e rat box I Saturday, Back again bigger than out 1f (Continued from n CarolmIa, page one) 4 commandant of cadetL and of military professor and tactics. Capt. Ira E. Rider, U. S. A., I has had a number of ni iltaryv y ears' schools ersed ov ersoasduring the reeds Capt. F. L. Cuhn as pro ft-or of military liof. E. L. Lord. B. taught biology S., who and agriculture Louisiana Industrial Inst past ten years. Comes toc y3 of Florida biology and Prof. W. R. taught in the Aest ever, and School we have the best prospects for a most successful year. Virginia a of Mines, as assist~ agricultur M t has been has ex' who peri-(Continued from page one) Tucsaay t res November and IWednesday afte y ork will be p and who riodical wa r, S parade wi! I should start in be who have and n.,mn\ 'Thrt. an irte"t-* wi] con tmfuC every. because of thec ?rnoon. The class tactical as WeLtI room be gained as pp-1i with lecture, and tactics One feature of the work wnlI be competitIve practice this V firig and tar with other R. 0. T. C. un This unit wi compute with Geor in the itute for the I the univerrft professor e-. A. who has .College in he Colorado appointed instruic to r mn the department mathematics. With these new faculty, rank as additions to the university promises one of the leading colle the country, both in faculty rating --Tamp1 scholars a Morn Tribune. o!d ear eey get i; a >1 tin tgu i gia tremnel -have of j feel tI weill the gether to army. ges hip All ing Kodak stk ci' FXorida5 ill -x !1' p r> 'na lx Th 'i :iary '1 wV~a Umit of I. (I T r t CLin er-iyv .' Gtil ti (e I-I cces andj It a.,, tog agrdr 1 l i d ilee L lucky in iiailg W arec fne m the Iead of t hi work and ,. hat th is Un, ,boy s Ley are fir o:j narida