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Title: The Florida alligator
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Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 1917
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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01. VI. University of Florida, Gainesville, Wednesday, November 14, 1917 No. 8

LARGE BODY OF UNIVERSITY "General So I ,asked this is General a civilized Von people.Kries. STUDENT IN NAVY GATORS ARE READY TO

r Can this be true?"

STUDENTS WILL GO TO JACKSONVILLE "Yes air ,of" he adding said,, "Why"It is not true"withan ?"' WRITES MAJ FLOYDBlair GO AFTER CLEMSONHard

I dared not trust myself to speak;

telling; a death. I started to count, I,turned to go. "Wait," he said. And H. Budd Now on U. S. S. Practices DailyPerfection -
Parade. Town he explained to how Germany
me ,
Big Spirit Peopleto but after a little I had to give it up, Leviathan-This Ship Was and Fight Instilled Into
official Germany regards the state of
Cars and ,
HelP-Decorated there were so many. TeamStudent:
: subject peoples. Formerly the Vaterland.U. Body to Root.

Dance a Feature of Day. That is the desolation one saw
---- ,
along the great road from Warsawto S. S. Leviathan, Coach Buser has been giving the
Even now I find it hard to describein
Pinsk mile after mile than
; The student body will go to Jacksonville two hundred, miles. more told comprehensible 'terms the mindof New York, Oct. 30, 1917. men a stiff workout every day for the
They me a
and the Clemson game practically million people were made homeless in official Germany, which dominatesand Dear Major:-I suppose you will past two weeks. These workouts have

i as a whole. This concession on shapes all German thought and be somewhat surprised to hear fromme. included every element of the game
six weeks of the German drive in .
he part of the faculty was grantd and ,action. Yet it is as hard, as clear- I wrote to you when I enlisted from the very fundamental prin-
August September, 1916. They
when Dr. Murphree. arranged to old; me four hundred thousand diedon cut as real as any material thing. I but lots of things have happenedsince ciples to the most intricate points that

have two dollars of every student's the saw it in Poland, I saw the same I left Gainesville.This go to make the finished pigskin ar-
way. The rest, scarcely half
' amage deposit returned if the students alive, got through with the Russian thing in Belgium, I heard of it in Serbia is the third ship I have been t.Much

would agree to apply it on the Many of these have been and Roumania. For weeks it was detailed to. They were the Nevada, stress has been laid on tack-

xpense of the trip. Another requirement army. always before me, always the same. Missouri, and finally the Leviathan. ling and on opening holes in the line,
sent to ; it is these people '
was that the students should whom the Paderewski committee is Officers talked freely, frankly, directly. The Leviathan was formerly the Ham- two very important things which

o in their uniforms and be governed trying to relieve.In All the staff officers have the burg-Amercan liner, Vaterland. Thisis Florida has failed to excel in so far

by their military officers until after same view. the largest ship afloat, or this year.
the refugee camps, 300,000 survivors .-
he Some students seemedo the of the The team has been drilled and run
game. of the Let me try'to tell it, as General was at beginning
flight were gathered by
think that this requirement would the Germans members of broken Von Kries told me, in Poland, in the war. It was the pride of Ger- through the different plays and for-
cork a great hardship them but is I It considered the safest mations until each man knows exactly -
families. midst of a dying nation. Germany many. was
even if it does it will cause Florida to barracks They were lodged in jerrybuilt destined to rule the world, or at leasta and most comfortable passenger ship what he is expected to do, and what

reate a much better appearance in scarcely water- great part of it. The German peo- from Europe to America. It has one is more he does it.
proof, unlighted, unwarmed in the
acksonville, for hitherto the student .dead of ple are so much human material for of the most powerful wireless outfits With the spirit and fight the team
winter. Their clothes where
arades in that city have been broken the building the German state, other peo- afloat. As a transport, it should be has shown and their remarkable im-
; were lost, were sewed on.
and half hearted affairs and have not There ple do not count. All is for the glory safer than most ships, as it has a pro ement in all departments of the
were no conveniences, they had
ruly represented the University. The and might of the German state. The double hull below the water line. All game, only one result can be predicted -
not been
able wash
even to for weeks.
greement as it was originally drawnp Filth and infection lives of human beings are to be con- the conveniences to be found in any and that is that the Clemson col-

excluded the seniors and lawyers from vermin were served only if it makes for the state's hotel could be found here. Shower, ors will be trailed in the dust.

rom getting the much coveted two spreading. They were famished, advancement, their lives are to be electrical, medicinal, and Turkish Practically the entire student body
their daily ration a cup of soup and a
dollars, but a committee of three sacrificed if it is to the state's ad- baths. There are also a large numberof will be present and pulling for Flor-
piece of bread as big as my fist.
omposed of Casler, DeVane and Marion vantage. The state is all, the peo- bath tubs and a swimming pool ida to win. With the dope against
In Warsaw, which had not been i them but else in their
consulted with Dr. Murphree and ple are nothing. considerably larger than the one on everything
destroyed, a city of one million inhabitants -
had this and several other items Conquered people signify little in the University campus. It is con- favor, the Gators are expecting to

changed". As it stands now the students one of the most prosperous the German account. Life, liberty, structed of green and white tile and come out the big end of the horn inSaturdays'
cities of Europe before the war, the
must sign an agreement which happiness, human sentiment, family is certainly fine. Of course no one contest.
streets were lined with people in the This will be the last the Ga
is in effect follows-to ties and game
as agree to grace generous impulse, uses it now.
refrain from wilfully breaking Uni- pang of starvation. Famished and these have no place beside the one There were a number of very valu tors play in home territory. It and
rain-soaked, they squatted there,
versity property, and to report any concern, the greatness of the Ger- able paintings, but these have been the Kentucky game in Lexington on
with their elbows their knees
on or
destruction to the office, to wear the man state. removed. One was a life sized por- Thanksgiving day will conclude the
leaning against the buildings, too
cadet uniform, to be governed by Starvation must excite no pity; trait of the Kaiser. A finer dining present football season.
feeble to lift a hand for a bit of mon-
their military superiors while enroute sympathy must not be allowed, if it hall could not be found than the first"cTISs
ey or a morsel.of bread if one offeredit '. '
and while hi Jacksonville until after perishing of hunger and cold. hampers the main dmgn' of proAol- ete"Jrr 'Therewas: a dane< s e scraps of paper, if. they Hinder

the to take in the spirit ends. : hall about feet wide
game part Charity did what it could. The rich ing Germany's sixty andposs man aims. Treachery is condoned

parade, to seat themselves in the gave all that they had, the poor shared Starvation is here,' said; General bly one hundred feet long. This h. and praised, if it falls in with

Florida bleachers, and to root for the their last crust. Hundreds of Von Kries. Candidly, we would like I been partitioned off into several rooms German interest. Men, lands, countries -

team. thousands were perishing. Day and to see it relieved; we fear: our soldiers and made into a' "skk bay." Thereis are German prizes. Populations

If any students desire to stay overnight night the picture is before my eyesa may be unfavorably'ffected by the some wonderful machinery on are ,to be destroyed or enslaved soGermany

they do this without fear that But since it The of the main
may people starving, a nation dying.In things they se* board. power en- may gain. Women are Ger

of discipline by getting a permit from is here, starvation fnust' serve our gines is sixty-three thousand horse many's prey, children are spoils of

Dr. Farr before leaving Gainesville.The that situation, the German com- purpose. So we setttit to work for power. There are forty-six betters war God. gave Germany the Hehen-

parade in Jacksonville on the mander issued a proclamation. Every Germany. By starvsmon we can accomplish and they are "Boilers." sell rn and together they are destined -

17th will be led by the Universityband able-bodied Pole was bidden to Ger- in two oiKhree years in to rule Europe, and eventually,

and the battalion, after which East Poland more wan. we have in the' world-thus reasons the Kaiser.
many to work. If any refused, let no I expect to see something of
will be the seniors and teachers. West Poland which?"it East Prussia
lawyers -
other Pole give him to eat, not so France before so very long. Coolly, deliberately, officers of the
- Reports from Jacksonville prom- penalty in the last hunted years. With closed German staff this
. much as a mouthful, under of well rut permeated by monstrous -
ise a large number of decorated that in view to turn
cars, we propose d-e
German military law. Tours respectfully .",philosophy, discuss the natidHft -
to finish the parade and to the this force to advantage.' ,
carry our
This is the choice the German government BLAIR H. BUDD.of ization of peoples, the destructs -
crowd out to see Florida'beat Clem- gives to the conquered Pole, This country is .jjneant for Ger- of nations, the. undoing of other

son.A to the husband'and father of a starv- many,' continued thejjteeper of starv- Armenia civilizations, for Germany's account.
big dance at the Seminole Hotel 'It rich alluvia Germany gain. In six
Poland. ist
ing *
ing family: Leave your family to die In all the world such a thing has
will make a fitting climax for big which has needed hundred thousand people were slain
a country Gernfany
or survive as the case may be. Leave nearer been. The human mind has
day. We in cold blood by Kurds and Turks under -
your coqntry which is destroyed, to for some generation. proposeto ntttr! conceived the like. Even among
the domination and leadership of
work in Germany for its further de- remove the able bodied working barbarians, the thing would be incredible. -
German officers-Germany looking on,
THE PRUSSIAN SYSTEM.Told struction. If you are obstinate, we Poles from this codjbtry. It leavesit The mind can scarcely grasp
indifferent to the horror and woe,
for the of German
shall see that you surely stane.Staying open infow the fact .that these things are proposed -
intent the
seizing opportunitythus
with his folk he is doomed working people as fast as we can and done by a modern
( by F. C. Walcott at Conferenceof War famine government -

Field Men. Sept. 12, 1917.) and they are not saved; the father spare them. They wjll* l occaipy it- and ):to the, German, pestilence mind no professedly a Christian government -

and husband can do nothing for them, work it'Then j in the family of civilized na
.. This I have seen. I could not be- with a cunning smile, 'Can't appeal & ane effort, only the
he only adds to their risk anduft"er- tions.
lieve it unless I had seen it throughand iptrfit from them to the
you see how it work out? By and
them he will be cut
ing. Leaving ,
This system has got to be rooted
through. For several weeks I liv- by we shall give back freedom to Po utmost tins the German state may be

ed with it; I went all about it and back off from his family. They may never land. When that jhappens Poland powerful: ,ana great. out. If it takes everything in the

of it; inside and out of it was shownto hear from him again nor he will appear automatically as a Ger- That is not all. Removing the men, world, if it lakes every one of us,
from them. Germany will set .
this abomination must be overthrown.It .
me-until finally I came to realize man province.! that the land may be vacant for Ger-
him to work that a German workmanmay be
most ended or the world is not
that the incredible was true. It In Belgium General Von Biasing man occupation, that German
be released to fight against his worth living in. No matter how longit
is monstrous it is unthinkable, but it stock Poles
own land and people. lie shall be told me exactly the same thing. If may replace Belgians; takes, no matter hew much it
exists. It is the Prussian system. the relief of Belgium breaks downwe Servians, Armenians, and now
lodged in barracks behind barbed
costs, we most endure to the end
force the industrial popula- Roumanians, Germany does more.
wire entanglements under armed can
with agonized France, with Imperiled>
A year ago I went to Poland to guard. He shall sleep on the bare tion into Germany through starva- Women left captive are enslaved Britain, with shattered Bert, with

learn its facts concerning the rem- ground with a single thin blanket. tion and colonize other Belgians in Germany makes all -manner of lust shaken Russia.

nant of a people that had been deci- He shall be scantily fed and his earn- Mesopotamia where we have planned its instrumentality.11!

mated by war. The country had been ings shall be taken from.him to pay large irrigation works; Germanswill The other day a friend of mine told We must hope that Germany will
have a new birth as Russia is being
twice devastated. First the Russian for his food. then overrun Belgium. Then me of a man just returned from:

- army swept through it and then the That is the choice which the Ger- when the war is over and freedomis Northern France. "I cannot tell you reborn. We must pray, as we fight

given back to Belgium it will bea the details he said "man to ]I against the evil that is in Germany,
Germans. Along the roadside from man Government offers to a proud, man,
Warsaw to Pinsk, the present firing sensitive high strung people. Deathor German Belgium that is restored. don't want to repeat what I heard." that the good which is in Germanymay

line 230 miles, near half a million slavery. Belgium will be a German provinceand Some of the things he did tellshocking somehow prevail. We must trust

people had died of hunger and cold. we have Antwerp-which is mutilation and moral murder. He that in the end a Germany really

The way was strewn with their bones oration. what we are after.' told of women by the score, in occupied great with the strength of a wonderful -

picked clean by the crows. With their restrain myself. I was practicallythe In Poland, the able-bodied men are territory of Northern France, race may find its place as one of
the brotherhood of nations in the
usual thrift, the Germans were collecting only foreign civilian in the coun- being removed to relieve the German prisoned in underground dungeons, new
world that is to be.
the larger bones to be milled try and I wanted to get food to the workman and make the land vacant tethered for the use of their bodies

into :fertilizer, but finger and toe bones people. That was what I was there for Germany. In Belgium, the men by officers and men. The responsibility o.f success or

lay on the ground with the mud cov- for and I must not for any cause are deported that the country may If this is not a piece of the Prus- failure rests now upon our shoulders;

ered and rain soaked clothing. jeopardize the undertaking. I asked be a German colony. In Serbia, sian system, it is the logical productof the eyes of the world art anxiously

Wicker baskets were scattered Governor General Von Beseler "Can where three-fourths of a million peopleout disregard of the rights of others. watching us. Are'we going to be able

along the way-the basket in which this be true?" of three millions have perished to rise to the emergency, throw off

the baby swings from the rafter in "Really, I cannot say," he replied, miserably in the last three years, Such is the.German mind as it was our inefficiency, and prove that Democracy

every peasant home. Every mile "I have signed so many proclamations. ; Germany hardens jts heart, shuts its disclosed to me in several weeks' con- is safe for the world?

there were scores of them each one ask General Von Kries." eyes to the suffering: thinks only tact with officers of the staff. Treaties September 13, 1917.II .

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and build up morale. We must feed
and refresh the spirit of men.

i It is social strategy to .save the HOTEL SEIMINOLE

'1 i G. R. BAILEY ... .Editor In Chief ideals of our men for the future of
I. our country. Shall the young men who JACKSONVILLE
f'. W. P. JER GA.l'l...Managing Editor ,
...... Editor go forth to represent us overseas
1 J DEWEY DY3 Asst ling. HOTELUlli1"'el'iUy
home with bodies through
B. .. come
P. WHITNER.. .Local Editor

i J. W. DALTON.... Athletic Editor with disease, or shall they come back Jacksonville Headquarter<<
of Florida's
as pillars of strength? There are
; Business
{ no zones of safety over there.
I i W. L. MAHON ..Manager Rates from $1.50 up
This is a crisis. We must act quickly. -
F. M. DE VAXE..Assistant Manager
D. V. ROUSE..Circulation Mgr. I We must cut into our principaLThe J. B. POUND, President CHAS. G. DAY, Manager J. RUSSELL PETERS, Asst. Ig't|

t man who goes overseas gives
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: .; record-breaking crowd will be off to

: : witness the Clemson-Florida game, When the flag was carried throughthe posed campus neat by putting all invited to act as judges. After
a j
, not only students but members of the streets Wednesday there were sev- trash and rubbish where it belongs, minutes out they returned

I. faculty, their families, and many of eral groups of men who paid it no I SOCIETYPI and not throwing it down anywhere unanimous verdict for the ara

E5 the citizens will take advantage of respect whatever. It was a charming about the grounds.Interesting Mr. Claude L. Alford was

this opportunity to show the Gators sight after this to pass an older man ed critic for the .
i .: that they are with them. Never be- who stood reverently uncovered, his KAPPA ALPHA DANCE.The Program RenderedBy
! fore have the officials of the Uni- face glowing with love for his flag and was elected ri
Pi entertainedvery John Marshall Debating tive of the John Marshall DeN
versity shown such liberality as in the girls just restrained themselves Kappa Alphas

the actions taken when it was decided from cheering' him. Those other men, delightfully with a dance Fri Society' Society for the Inter-society

to give a rebate of two dollars on younger men, it was certainly not lack day night. The spacious Elks' Club ing Council. v '<

( G' the damage deposit to those who ap- of patriotism, each one of them prob- hall was uniquely decorated with pa- The most interesting debate heard Mr. S. W. Getzen was reeeived:
ply this toward the expense of the ably is waiting the call of his coun- triotic and fraternity designs. In one this year was held in the John Marshall membership.

trip, and incidentally it might be add- try to service. It was thoughtlessness.If corner an over-turned barrel of ap- Society Saturday morning. The

ed that there is very little danger oft when we see the flag of our nationwe ples added cheer, at the same time topic for discussion was a very live NOTES FROM ALLENTOT

; anyone failing to agree to the proposition think for one moment of its sym- satisfying the appetites of fruit lov- question. The subject was; "Resolved -

,f as made by the faculty for bolism; of the millions of people, ing folk. In another corner the gay : That the present draft system is The Florida, Ambulance

they could not be expected to offer working and dying, failing and win- hosts had brewed a most wonderfuland contrary to Americanism." a5, is still Unit
more. ning, standing for the rest of the delicious punch. The affirmative of the issue was Pa.

I As explained in another place in world as the spirit of liberty, if we During big intermission quite an championed by Mr. J. S. Benz and Mr. celved orders to go to Franc1

r this issue, one requirement is, that think of the men in France dying to original and much enjoyed luncheonwas Marcus F. Brown, while the nega- these were conditional. The gal

the battalion go up in uniform, this uphold this ideal, who can fail to served. It consisted of dainty tive side was upheld by Mr. P. V. ment can order any unit to

having been originally proposed by stand in deepest reverence when the home-made doughnuts, delicious Rouse and Mr. W. Lacy Mahon. France as a hole, but it doa

i students who, having witnessed form- Flag Goes By-Flambeau. pumpkin pie and steaming coffee. Mr. Benz opened the argument witha force the individual members tel

'S 'f;_ so-called: University parades on Several visiting ladies were an add- fine appeal, and stated at the out- the whole unit is not ordered.

i U ( similar occasions in Jacksonville, real Since thoughtlessness is g ed attraction, among these were Misses set that the affirmative, though 'contending Florida unit decided that it pr

ized that the parade to be effective common fault it is believed a very that Dorothy Hodges and Elizabeth for the affirmative side of the to wait,3a few months rather

and to serve as an advertisement for there may be one to whom the above Clontz of Jacksonville. Dr. and Mrs. proposition, were arguing against break up and Join other units.

L the University must have some or- comment will apply but such should Crow chaperoned their strongest convictions. This Cobb Pyatt Wimberly,

ganization. It is very natural, then I never occur again or a more severe speaker admitted that the present and L'Brieie have been rran>lfp

t that since there is no formal organization iI i- word than "thoughtlessness" would be THETA CHI DANCE.A system was the most efficient and Unit No. 77 and Carlton has

I !, of the student body, and the suitable. practical way of raising an army,but transferred to No. 13.

: battalion being the largest organi- delightful\ informal dancing par- claimed that it was adopted as a matter Seville, Pancoaat. Sparkmaa,

!\ zation, that it be the one to promote ty was given Saturday night by the of expediency in a critical hour Birt have been discharged on

i the plan of having a systematized ANOTHER TIE. members of Theta Chi fraternity at and contrary to past principles and of physical disabilities.

. parade. No one would be so inconsistent their home on Main St. The entire traditions of America. He declared O. E. Clarke IB in the hospital";

:, as to argue that it is not the Again last Saturday the Gaines- lower floor was thrown ensuite and Americanism as synonymous with will probably resign on ace

, i best and only thing to go up in uni- ville High School field was the scene dancing was Injbyed during the even- American principles. The speaker 11In e s.Jack.

form, for the appearance means a of another interesting game, their ing hours, the music being furnished then opened the world's history and Goldsby has been di

i great deal in such a case, and it is just opponents this time being the Duval by the "Fessboots Orchestra." showed that there has been! five hun- several times on account of p t

{; as reasonable for the band to go without High School team. Both teams Late in the evening fruit punch and dred years of continuous victory for conditions; but each time he hall
I uniform as for the battalion to do club sandwiches English speaking peoples. In this time
''I fought hard from the very beginningand were served. Many ed at Allentown until well enjoin
so altho the Gainesville boys were visitors were present to enjoy the affair the draft has never been used except. again. He is probably
and Tell everybody you are going up outweighed several pounds this was among these were the membersof to raise an army of English speaking again now.Iiuirman.

if you find someone who is not overcome by their arduous playing, the Duval High School football people to fight an English speaking is a "casual" but

get busy on him and there's no rea- the result of the game being another team and the loyal rooters who came people. Several interesting historical enter this unit.

son why it should not be the biggest tie. This makes ihe state champion- down with them. The party was chap- events were given to stress other Gibbs and
day in the history of the University. eroned points well brought out. Durraoce have beef
ship somewhat complicated but after by Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Bur- signed duty. at the base hospitaLJ
the the nett. Mr. Rouse, as first speaker on the
S game on coming Saturday between To take the place
of those
S. Y. M. C. A. WAR FUND. St. Petersburg and Gainesvilleone negative, showed that all powers of fcrred and
i iy both President released, there are
y of the contestants will probably MANY IMPROVEMENTSMany and Congress were new members
from New Yooxk
i The national directors have approved be eliminated. based on the peoples' prerogative and
t that the draft one from New Jersey, one from
i the system
following arguments in rais was adopted by
, things are being done to im- the chosen ton two from Michigan, and tire
ing the $35,000,000 Y. M. C. A. War representatives of the
NOTES. prove France.R. .
general of
appearance the
r people. He
i Fund: averred that public <
University grounds. The main drive- P. Terry is
i timent now a first Beets
: was the
Young the
men by hundreds of is greatest factor in
thousands are giving their lives; The Peabody Club convened Monday way minor being re-surfaced and many support of the proposition and that unassigned. Jew Rosenthal is a.

: others should give time and money. evening, Nov. 5, with a compara that improvements in are being effected it was the 'most just and equitable sergeant and H. G. Ford and 1

i The average man has been blessed tively small attendance but a lively but which themselves are not much, means of raising an army. Rowell are second"sergeants.

with prosperity during these late program. taken as a whole do much As justice and equity are bulwark The Unit is under the coi
to add
to that
U years. Increase in wealth has been Owing to the absence of the secretary ness which has of neatness and tidy- of American liberty, he relied on this Lieutenant Jennings of Jackson

i, :; beyond the increase in cost. We need Mr. Wm. E. S. Dickerson, Mr. around the always prevailed contention to show that the people who, according to one now on ad

to learn sacrifice in order that the na D. E. Williams was appointed to the campus. were naturally with the government. lough, is the sweilest man in

: tion may be saved. dignatary position, and an interest- er Practically has been the entire campus pro pDir.. Brown followed with a fine cri world.At .

S President Wilson and officers of ing program followed. much dead mowed and raked, also ticism of the last speaker and stated

the army and want this work. After shrubbery and several that our people in this the
navy listening to an excellent read large pine trees which instance had U. of Miss-

t ; We must back them. (See President'sExecutive ing by Mr. S. B. Williams, the house by lightning in recent storms were struck have shown true their.willingness to forego their Co-ed basket ball practice has _
Order.) opened a discussion "The Betterment principles in order to
on been removed secure the in
and worked progress at the gym. fli
The soldiers want this up into greatest amount every
work. They of Rural Schools. of
Many co-operation
good between
stove wood. It the
hoped past week.
by the A deal of
are daily giving testimony to that. points were vividly brot out. One of student entire the people and the government. good
If we do not the them body that this wood will He dwelt on several est Is being manifested by eve
support Americanarmy was the .necessity of adaptingthe enable the other vital points
I' authorities to keep the dor and closed in general, by Ike and Sam in
we shall be called upon to sup school to the child and his en mitories heated all forcible argument in a
the the winter, some way peculiar to ular No games have been seh
port army. vironment, with the means by whichit thing which has nver happened all good debaters. The !
The vital relation that this worksustains might be done. The subject was When before. argument was closed by )Ir. Mahon aa yet.-YISiJIS lpplan."
our is
i to the winning of the war also discust from the point of view of and laid out with the evenly sodded who dwelt at length on definitions of

i and ,the hastening of the end of the Community Life and civics as well as walks promised system of Americanism. His talk was witty as Feminine Amenities.
by those
war. This can be proven out of the Industry. As a whole the discussion and these walks are lighted control, well as in point. Miss Ryval (triumphantly)-1/
I mouths of the Generals. showed with a Mr. Benz "
(See Pershing's great educational came back with pose
progress system of arc lights, the a rebut Jack never told you he oaee'j
University tal
dispatches and others.) and enthusiasm on the part of the of Florida will have a that covered the salient points i in posed to me. x
The and desire members.Mr. campus equal issue and the
. request of the allies. question was then In.fh'.
in the sn bJack's
South Fiancee-No toJthere
any and one of which mitted ; he ,
.Can we turn a deaf ear? Walters to the judges.
was elected memberof every man may well be proud. were a number of things
"Morale is to other factors in war the Inter-collegiate Owing to the complexity of the >e
Debating Coun In the meantime sub life he
i every man will dwell was ashamed of, but I
o ject
as three to We Arnold
one. must
safeguard cil. I Summers e
to learn how- to and L ask him I
keep this pro Randall of the law what they were.- _
faculty, had been Transcript

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Science and Tactics at the University Gainesville members of the facultywill

of Florida, is in receipt of instruc- speak Sunday in behalf of the

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the minimum age requirement for have a separate organization to "THeaterYour

elegibility to the third series of officers secure funds from their number. Lyric

training camps, in so far as it Among the faculty who will actively

affects the graduates and undergraduates participate in the drive in the State

of the University, has been reduced are President A. A. Murphree, Vice- Patronage Invited

from twenty-one years to President Jas. M. Farr, Dean H. W. .
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Artillery. He was a welcome visitor night an exhaustive paper on "Peat

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Caswell was on his way to St. Peters-
Prof. Floyd. Refreshments and an en-
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Mr. L. T.'Nieland, who graduatedfrom

the University of Florida in College of Law. Crossett, EducatorUniversity

1913, and has been giving faithful The practice court of the Law
service as a member of the Experi-
School has to
begun convene regularly
Avenue next to Busy Bazaar
ment Station Staff has been
sum- in its commodious court-room for try- .
moned to report for duty as a mem- ing cases on the law side of the court. .

ber of the National Naval Reserves. Mr. Milton H. Jones of Brewton, Alabama ----

His many friends on the campus, who has been appointed clerk of the

will miss him greatly, join in wish- court, Prof. C. W. Crandall is the When you want Hardware BAIRD has it

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Kodaks and Reach's Baseball Goods Louisville Bats all latest
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The Phi Kappa Phi Honorary Society models, Remington; U. M. C. and Winchester Ammunition, Remington and Automatic

of the University took two Lib- Experiment Station and Extension Pump Guns. Remember we carry as complete a stock as money can buy.

erty Bonds.

Director P. H. Rolfs was in West

President Murphree in Washington Florida the early part of the week. He BAIRD HARDWARE: co.
President A. A. Murphree, accom-
attended the various fairs and spokeon
panied by P. H. Rolfs, Dean of the food conservation.C. PHONE 7
College of Agriculture and Directorof
Q. McQuarrie, State Agent, re-
the Experiment Station and Extension -
sumd his duties last week after a :
Work, and by C. K. McQuarrie -
short period of illness at his home in
State Agent in charge of Farmers' -
Gainesville.A. .
Co-operative DemonstrationWork P. Spencer, assistant directorof
and Farmers' Institutes, will Gainesville Furniture Co
extension, attended the fair at ,
attend the convention of National As-
Marianna Wednesday:: for the purposeof ::
sociation of State Universities and the
judging the livestock.R. .
American Association of Agricultural Full Line Victrolas and Records .
W. Jenkins, district agent and
Colleges and Experiment Stations,
W. E. Brown, county agent for Alachua -
held in Washington, November 1216.
conducted an auto drive to Jackson -
county last week. A number of
Professor L. W. Buchholz Appointed f
local men are interested in establish- "
Director of Educational Depart- GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
ing a peanut oil mill, and the drive ,
ment State Fair.
was made for the double purpose of ..
Professor L. W. Buchholz of Teachers' -
viewing_a. ,mill .at [Marianna and of .'r ...I.- '-"':':
is of the oldest -
College, \rio one'
the boll weevil
noting damage. "
and most esteemed educators of Flor-
Miss E. G. Shaw, secretary to the
ida has received a fitting tribute in experiment station, left Monday for a There is only one kind of Glasses for YOUR vision and
his apointment by the State Fair -
vacation to be spent in Boston and that is the
Management as Director of the Edu- .O
New York. This is the first vacation .
cational Department.Professor ABSOLUTELY CORRECTWe
Miss Shaw has taken from her dutiesin
I Buchholz was Superin-
the last five .
tendent of the school i of Hillsboro H. Wilson years.R. county agent for grind all lenses used in our prescription work. No delay.
County about sixteen years, and
Palm Beach county, is reported as ;

Dean Florida of State Normal College Department for Women of the for convalescing from the injuries sus- I ; C. H. COLES SL SON

tained in a recent automobile acci-
three ;years. Since 1912, he has been
Professor of Education in the University I
W. A. Dopson in charge of the labor i
of Florida. There is no man
,s situation in Florida, for the Bureauof
in the State who understands our edu-
.J"jtI Farm Management, U. S. D. A.,
cational conditions any better than
was in St. Louis last week attendinga
to'j this eminent educator.
j meeting of similar agents from the I

J r Dean Benton Writes o n. Engineering other. W.States.S. Cason. for a while last week, 1, '
Education.A SEED
JII was presiding officer in the University I
i II recent issue of the Bulletin of the Commons.The % ,1

Society for the Promotion of En- .
\!': local editor takes pleasure in
Education contained an interesting -
II correcting a mistake made in the .
. article on Engineering Education -
' last issue of the Gator. The name CO.
i by J. R. Benton, Dean of the SEMINOLE SEED
M. H. Johnson appeared, while the ini-
College of Engineering of the University v
a; tials should have been H. C.
of Florida. Reprints of this Gainesville Florida
Jt. Messrs. Dooley, Turnley, Branham, ,
article have been published and
111: and Stapleton attended the Red Cross
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Clemson-FIorida Game. "When .I dine, I always dine at MOLNAR 5 for Molnar knows
Much interest is being evinced over
I, the approaching Clemson-Florida football FLINT CHEMICAL SOCIETY.At Just how things should be cooked.. "

1 | game scheduled to take place in the last meeting Mr. Francis
Jacksonville November 17th. The Edwards gave a most interesting as If you've been prejudiced against restaurants because the food didn't taste just right,

1a University Battalion and Band will go well as instructive paper on the TRY

as a military unit to attend the game. Development and Manufacture of Ex

Among the distinguished visitorsto plosives. After the reading a gen-

Jacksonville, to witness the game, eral discussion was engaged in by MOLNAR'S DINING ROOMIT'S

Mr. Pat Johnston and Mr. C. P. Gar- all members and those points which

rett, Alumni of the University of were not exactly plain were explained "DISTINCTIVELY DIFFERENT"Alachua '
Florida, who are now prominent attorneys by Doctor McGhee. .i

of Kissimmee, are expected.It The current events program was

: is hoped that all University of carried out very interestingly by Mr.

era Florida men who can attend the game Paul Willoughby. One of his topicswas

will do so. the question of the potash sup-
ply in the United States. Several ,
Agricultural Club. members gave information on the

At this week's meeting Prof. subject and others promised to pre- County Abstract Co.

Willoughby gave the AgriculturalClub pare themselves so they 'could" en-

a description of his trip to the lighten the society.at the next meet-

National Dairy Show at Columbus, President
ing.It B. R. COLSON
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exhibits of cattle and machinery. The ley as well as all members that the __ ( I

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