The Tars played the Gators for the last two games in the series. The second game was played under "streamline" rules as an experiment. Bill Bingham explained in News and Views of Sports in the May 19th, 1937 issue of the Sandspur on page five: "The Tars split two games with Florida in Gainesville over the weekend in the final series of the year for the Rollins baseball team. Ken Willis, Florida's ace moundsman, handcuffed the Tars with three hits and one run while the Gator batters were banging away for a run or two an inning which finally totaled up to a 7-1 decision for Florida.
This shellacking got the Tar dander up and they went out for blood in the second game of the doubleheader. The Rollins batters piled all over three Gator hurlers for six runs in the initial inning and five more in the second. When the smoke of battle cleared Rollins had a 14-9 victory.
An interesting factor was that the first game of the twin bill was played according to regulation baseball precedent with the pitcher and infielders warming up between innings and the usual stalling delays while the second game was played under the new "streamline" rules which Frank Wright, publicity director at the University, is experimenting with.
Under "streamline" rules all warmups are eliminated and balls are called on the pitcher if he delays the game while strikes are called on the batter if he procrastinates. The "streamline" game is certainly faster for the second game was four minutes faster than the opener despite the fact that there were twenty-four hits which totaled up to twenty-three runs while in the first game there were but thirteen hits for eight runs.
It is rather doubtful if the streamline game will ever transplant the regulation game as it is now played', but it might turn out to be a handy way of hastening games when one or both teams has to catch an early train as sometimes happens in the major leagues."