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Title: The Florida alligator
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Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: February 27, 1918
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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1 The Florida Alligator ; !H HVol. ;:: :


University of Florida, Gainesville, Wednesday, February 27, 1918 No. 20 ,



T. O. Otto left the
University early

FULLY DISCUSSED his the West naval barely training two months school has at received Key FROM FT. MYERS FETEThe for last the week purpose for his of home seeing In his Key family West TAKE UP NEW ROOMS ; ;

! BY \W. L. SUMMERS ted commission States Navy.as Ensign He is now in the at Uni-the members of the Universityband before was going summoned to Ithaca by wire, N. Y.to,appear wherehe BUT DON'T' LIKE THEM, ;

U. S. N. Pay Officers' School Brook- I II
have returned from Ft. Myers for aviation training in the Cornell

! (By Dr. W. L. Summers.) land U.D. F.C.Mr.Since Ham his had graduationfrom been where during the past week they University ground school. "Sleep, that knits up the J J :
con- have been
furnishing most of the Mr. Otto went to Atlanta late in ,
nected with the State raveled sleeve of care. ,
Plant Board music at the carnival "La Conquistade January for examination for the fly- : I
Last spring soon after war was offices here as Assistant Nursery In- Death's counterfeit.__.." i
Florida." Twenty-five men made ing service and has been here since ,
declared. some of the leading univer- spector. the trip. that time awaiting his call. So murmured El Senor Massaro as, :' ; :

sities cancelled their current sched- Leaving here after a Saturday night of wild dissi- \
ules and announced their intention of morning. pation in the wicked city, he thought i' .
they arrived at Plant City at 7:30
$14,000 ADDITION
discontinuing inter-collegiate ath- TOUIF.MACHINESHOP that night, too late to connect with PROF WURTS TALKSTO of his downy couch in C section ( ,
letics for the period of the
war. Buckman
their Fort Myers train. The night and hastened his tired. .I I
Other schools were uncertain as to dragging feet towards the quiet rest:
was spent at the Colonial hotel Plant LAW STUDENTSThe
what they should do. A meeting of fulness of the campus. '
City, and the boys gave a concert,
the National Collegiate Athletic Asso- He climbed the stairs of his section
If ,the Board of State Institutionswill regarding which the Plant City T
ciation was held at Washington to students of the Law College wearily entered his room on the
allow the State Board of Controlthe Courier has the following to say:
consider this question. Secretary of and many visitors, were beneficially second floor, flashed on the light and !
necessary funds U. F. will have "As -a rule late trains do not bring
War Newton D. Baker, was askedto a entertained Thursday morning when began to prepare for bed. But alas
$14.000 addition to its and much comfort and pleasure, but there
address the convention and state foundry Prop. John Wurts of Yale Universityof As he heavily tossed a shoe in the { ,
machine shop the are exceptions and failure of Sea-
as result of
his views. He made much of the recom- Law favored them with a short direction of the said downy couch, he ;
mendations board Air Line train No. 3 to reach
to the
ability of the college athlete to develop Board of Con- talk on the law of real property.Prof. observed that it wasn't there. The j
trol last this city Tuesday afternoon in time
into an efficient soldier and officer Thursday by President A. Wurts is a man of wide and bed with which: he had made a date
A. for connection with Atlantic Coast
Murphree. President
showed the Murphreewas varied experiences having practicedin for a twelve-hour session, was
; necessity now as gone.
in attendance at the Board's ad- Line train No. 28 for Fort :Myers, was I.
never before of this kind of training our own state for fifteen years, "Diablo!" he muttered! "There is'
in the latter
journed Palm The belated train I '
in West
meeting Beach
and said that he could see no taught real property at Yale for foul play here or my eyes have fail ;
last weekThe brought' the Military Cadet Band of
and in addition has ed me!" :
reason why the colleges should aban- many years
the University of Florida. Gainesville
don intercollegiate sports. He Board of Control favors the written several books of national And he began an immediate search-
suggested which had- been engaged to furnish
plan and will hold its next
however, that all schools meetingin reputation. for the missing berth. It wasn't un...
music for the La Conquista de Florida
should cut down in Tallahassee in order that the mem- His talk was given in a reminiscent der the rug and he couldn't find it in ,
expenses every at Fort Myers, and the .
program as
possible way and that they should bers may appear in a body before the mood and was filled with many personal any of his bureau drawers; he look .
result of this failure in connection,
and direct intra mural Institutions Board to ask for the ap- .experiences which to the coming ed in his trunk but it wasn't there;
encourage Plant City people had the pleasure ofa
athletics to a greater extent than propriation.In : lawyers were especially instructiveand nobody had hung it up in his clothes ,
concert the band. crowd
by Quite a
presenting the of .
interesting. closet. It was unmistakably gone. : ;
ever before, thereby training
a greater
gathered in the streets near the
number of men. The National As- the proposed addition and urging its pavilion He impressed the importance ofa Massaro sighed put on his shoe .i
and the applause evinced the
sociation adopted a set of resolutions favorable consideration by the Board, thorough knowledge of the common again and went out of the room, having -. ,
delight of the auditors.
incorporating therein' President Murphree stated that the law, and declared that without this made up his mind to seek other .i
Secretary The band reached Ft. Myers the
new building was an immediate necessity knowledge the statute law of the various quarters until Mrs. Peeler should It
Baker's ,
suggestions and most of the
next morning and began to play im
if U. F. was to handle any states "is but a tangle." come to his rescue with another cot f:

conform colleges and to them.universities decided- to increase in the enrollment in the en- mediately. It was Seminole Day at Prof. Wurts will be in Gainesvillefor Going upstairs he passed the dimly s

gineering college, which it is being re- the carnival and they provided the some time, and during his stay he lighted room which faces east and hasa f
At this institution of music for the Indian dances. Saturday j
regardless By
quired to do in order to train for '
men has promised the Law College prop- western exposure-there is such a" "
the fact that most all of our trained night they had absorbed so
the engineering branches of army erty classes several sessions on.real room on every floor of every 15ectioD't_
athletes were then in the training much-of the Indian dancesthatthey .
service. property subjects. he glanced in-and what he saw-m q t
camps it was decided to follow the gave one themselves and made a him and stare in amaiement. '
A rising vote of thanks was ten- stop
lead of the majority and do our best. big hit with the thousands who look- under the' I
dered him by all those present Thurs- Carefully arranged
We did not expect to win many of ATHLETICS WILL BE ed on. day morning. shower bath head to the engine and '

the games scheduled and our expec- The boys returned Sunday night. foot pointing to the moonlit west, was :

tations were amply fulfilled. We did MADE COMPULSORYDue FRANKLIN GIDDINGS, the sought-for bed. It was made up !

expect that somebody would FARR LIT CHOOSES NOTED SOCIOLOGIST, and ready to sleep in. Placed abouton ti

come to our games but they did not, to the insistent urging of ADDRESSES Y. M. C. A. various objects of more or less 1':..
at least not enough. The losses in I
prominence and utility were a part :
Coach Buser the faculty has at last
Jacksonville, at the Clemson game, decided on compulsory athletics of DEBATING QUESTIONAn "Some halcyon day the time is com- of Massaro's share of this world's

and in Gainesville, at the Tulane game. some sort for U. F. underclassmen. A ing when. whether superior or not, goods. It was evident that whoeverhad

were heavy. It became very appar- little drill in calisthenics will be re equal or not in civilization educa- deemed it necessary to move him

ent that the minds as well as the quired, but the greatest emphasiswill impromptu debate on the ques- tion or politics, one race undertakesto from his usual abiding place had

money of the patrons of the great be placed on various games in tion: "Resolved, that the English show itself better or as good as been a considerate creature, as every

college sport had been turned to a which a large group can participate.It cabinet system of government is bet- another it must show it by actual effort had apparently been put forthto

bigger game. is believed that volley ball soccer, ter than that in vogue in the United work, that conscience, reason and make him comfortable for the

Still hopeful our representativeswent and tennis will be most popular among States," constituted the chief featureof common sense approve and not by night. 4

to the convention of the Southern the. students. The games, it is announced the Far Literary Society programof standards in vogue before the war." Massaro looked, cussed, and looked:

Intercollegiate Association heldat will be staged twice a week last Monday night. H. F. Bache These were the words of Dr. Franklin Then he stamped downstairs and fin-

Athens, Georgia, with the idea during the afternoon. Definite hours ,>pheld> the affirmative of the questionand H. Giddings. head of the depart- ally found lodgings where he passeda

in mind of making more advantageous will be made known as soon as the was opposed by A. Wolfson. ment of Sociology at Columbia Uni- troubled night, dreaming of iron

schedules in all lines of sport. But Schedule Committee, after an examination Sam Stein and A. H. Norton were versity and one of the most noted cots with automatic shower baths and t'

that association passed a resolutionthat of the students' schedules decides named as a committee to select a sociologists in the world before the lurid pink washbowls beside them. t

all schools should make every on the most suitable time. question for the society's debate with student body at Y. M. C. A. meet- But he wasn't the only one that the

effort to curtail expenses of inter- When asked as to the reason for the John Marshall, in accordance with ing Sunday afternoon. Dr. Giddingswas Mrs. Peeler of the p. m. saw fit to

collegiate athletics, and interpretedthat this decision Coach Buser stated that the plan of the Debating Council, and filling the place of Dr. N. L. move Saturday night. Taking advantage .

resolution to mean that teams in the absence of a gym he knew of submit it to the latter society. Sims in the race problem lecture of his absence from the campus

should not be sent on long trips. no better way to keep the men in The subject they chose was: "Re- course. two or three of the jolly spirits

Geographically, Florida is isolated good health. "The boys like to play solved that all the expense of this war After the war education and equal- who room in C section took the bed;

from the other schools, and natur- these games well enough, but some should be met by immediate taxa- ity will not be judged by present pictures shaving mug and apparatusand

ally enough we suffered most from of them are too lazy to try them until tion rather than by bond issue." The school standards, Dr. Giddings stated. several other articles of comfort

this resolution. Acting on this resolution forced to do so. So we've decided on John Marshall chose to support the but the man-white, red, black or yel- and necessity belonging to Mr. "Red"'

in good faith we hope most a new method. There's just one negative.K. low, who understands and who can Pitts and transported them to the

of the schools which owed us gameson drawback I'd like to speak about. C. Hitchcock representative in deliver the goods in all ways, the cute little room just under Massaro'snew

their home grounds. and with Things are not looked after as they: the Debating Council reported on the man who can keep honest books and apartments. The practical humorists

whom we had arranged tentative should be when the games are over.I action of that body and urged each at the end of the year show a profit, evidently took more time to t

schedules, found a loophole for es- want to ask the boys to cooperatewith man to try for either the intercol- he will be the superior.For settle Mr. Pitts' quarters than they ;

cape. Whatever else might be saidas me and help see that everythingis legiate or intersociety debates.PI the most part Dr. Giddings' had in the case of Mr. Massaro.

to this attitude: of the other put away in a place so that we can address dealt with the causes and effects The journalist is allowed a certain

schools, the resultant fact remains find it when we need it again." K. A. DANCE. of the past -attempts of races. to amount of liberty of speech but for

that we have but two S. I. A. A. foot- The freshmen seem to be in favorof attain a supremacy. the sake of our circulation and as a

ball games scheduled for next year, this change and the only com- Saturday night the Pikes gave an- Dr. Sims, scheduled to lecture last concession to the hardworking busi

and we have no baseball schedule and plaint the sophs have to make is that other of their popular informal Sunday on the social aspect of the ness department of the Gator, we will

little hopes of getting one. it puts them in the same_class with dances in their rooms over the Lyric race ,problem in the South will talk assume all of the built-in appliances in

. During the last two months an effort the rats.MICHIGAN. musicians and the usual crowd was next Sunday and the remaining lectures the new room to have been wash-. R

has been made to interest the Theater. Fess and Boots were the in the course will be moved up .bowls. ..

schools of the state in an organization WOMEN TRAIN FOR present to enjoy to the utmost the one week. They placed Mr. Pitts' shoes on the

but no results have been obtain- WAR. three hours and a half: until midnight.Our washbowl and put his bathtowels nextto

Courses in military training for wo- (very) society editor being in NOT TO BLAME. it on the washbowl; while, over on

ed.In view of these conditions it seemsas men are being offered at the Univer- Tampa which is several miles south- the washbowl, they set out his shav

if we must discontinue intercolle- sity of Michigan. The work is very west of here, he was unable to at- A large map was spread upon the ing mug, soap and razor. In the
tend the dance and the of wall, and the teacher instructingthe center of the his
giate sports for the very simple rea- similar to that given the men, con- so names was place trunk wad ,

son that we have no opponents.The sisting of setting up exercises and the guests were not obtained. The class in geography. set. A girl's picture-fortunately nota

is managing editor didn't have a clean "Horace," she said to a small pupil, photohung on the wall
inability to secure games drill.-U. of N. Sagebrush.Miss
not the only thing that blights our shirt so he couldn't go, and the as- "When you stand in Europe facing the viewing with shocked eyes the ghast;f 1

hopes. Some tinje in the good old Jones (returning from the sistant m. e. didn't think about it. north you have on your right hand ly effect. Altogether it was very:

days in the early history of this North, and talking to the Psychology We ask the Pikes' pardon for this the great continent of Asia. -What. complete and effective. In fact it.

institution some of our alumni Class-"I am so glad to get back seeming neglect and assure them that have you on your left hand!" would be an open question aa.t o

settled upon us an indebtedness of where everything is green.-The we'll print the whole business next "A wart," replied Horace, "but I whether Mr. Belasco himself could.

(Continued on page 2) Southern. time. can't help it, teacher.-Ex. (Continued on page 2)-

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termed educated. The individual HdTEL SEMINOLE i

or nation that will count will .

; S. STEIN __Editor in Chief be the one that can translate its JACKSONVILLE ,

SETH CTJlRIv RQN.MaTmgmg Editor knowledge into terms of life.

i, DEWEY DYE...,..Asst. Mngl. Editor Only thus can we justify our FLORIDA'S MOST POPULAR HOTEL I II

f LOFTON BROWN_Local Editor
if. W. T>ALTON.....Athletic Editor faith in Giddings democracy. I[1.TnlY'enUy or Florida's Jacksonville Headquarters 1
Prof. presentationcannot
K. C.HITCHCOCK_Exchange Editor
r Business DepartmentP. but strike fire. The great Rates from $1.50 up -

2 r 1L DE. VANE.. .. :. ..Manager issues of today and those to come J. B. POUND, President CHAS. G. DAY, Manager J. RUSSELL PETERS,Asst Mgr. ,

E D. V. ROUSE........Cficniation ilgr. stand out in clearer: perspective.The -
duty of the American citizen .
i' Entered second-class
as ,-be he soldier of civilian has
t. September 28, 1912, at the postoffice eyed philosopher "but I don't
at Gainesville, FUL, under the Act off been clothed with a deeper
"" want to go to Work for a few
:, March 3d, 1879. meaning and a new majesty.U. NICK DAMATO
years.. The old man is willingto J
F. is ,
v, Place all communications and news stand for it and what would High G d.e Tailor _

items in boxes designated for that Band._ you have?" He goes out for his Next to McCoIIum's Drug Store MONEY'\ ;\ TO LOAN

purpose in Peabody and language hour of pleasure and it is sweetto
line is
II ns. Fresh from their triumph at Fellows my spring-summer
him. But its keenness cannot in. Come and se us. ;
Ft. Myers come our band and Uncle Muses' Edelsteio 4i
Rate-The Florida Alligator 100. remain. Less gifted fellows PRESSING
; U. F. gives them a hearty wel- CLEANING
t move on ahead and a vague sense
come. The best is not too good AND REPAIRING
of resentment and injustice
for them. For no single achieve- '
HH t EDITORIAL I comes over him. Life becomes Phone 511 i:
ment of U. F. during 1917-18 will j:
flavorless and empty but the
take higher rank or reflect greater -
lsit Vital Message From an glory on the institution than power to be 'different may have ,"

Hdaored Guest. the formation of the present gone. Yet in mitigation he may
,. *->U., F. duly appreciates the opfxfcrtunity say, "At least I am < "
band.When choseto be." Granted that he
of having here Amer- the old band joined the THE
not degenerate ,he not FOR
were may SEMINOllt
in- '
.i foremost sociologist, colors in a body and with a low-
have enough ,-, ,
probed deeply
teed one of international reputa-- ered"enrollment this 'year the : '-
tibh as anHonored guest He outlook for music seemed Hark wHen choosh g. The following is a schedule for pictures for the Seminole for
haS Drought to bear'a prophetic indeed But ,President 3Iur- Various indeed are the pointsof week of Feb. 25th: 1J" S,' '
-- .
view. And to be sure he who -'-' '-
insight and a ripened knowledge -had.characterlstieally determined Date Name Time' Place

: fundamental issues'of the that a band -we should knows. -what he Grants and getsit Wednesday Feb. 27 John Marshall Deb Soc. Srfld A3L Law'Building'41!* ,

&y-and left us the richer for the have and took steps ac rdiDg- is'wise his'generation. But Wednesday. Feb. 27 Faculty ,Eng. College. 9:2G kY. Engineering HaH

,I.. it is' well to know the price.:: Wednesday, Feb. 27 Teachers CoL Faculty 9:30A-1L Peabody HaH
esfferidnce4is .
: IjT. Director Marks was .
u '"
Thursday Feb. 28 Faculty Arts-A ScienceA"
Moreover when
.' ,arraignment Europe's seeking to find ,
here and raw material was form 920A.M.
out hi*'wants -it Is well for fu- College Language HaH
elf.&tyled'.8upermea like ,
was a ed-into the best band that has Thursday Feb. 28 Faculty Law ColT 9:30A.M. Law Boildmg

-tnmrpet'blast' calling f men to ever represented University. ;ure'peace-of mind'to make sure Friday March 1 Faculty JAg. College 9:30A3L, Ag. Boildmg

.J> ltl fo* the dethronement of v>< AD,hon rto thetn'and may we one, .has-touched'bottom.. .' '1" '" L- Friday? 'March 1 Exp Station Staff 9:45JLM. Ex. Sta BIdg.Science .

1 !&ItuTiff'The' 'epic character of have as good in'years! 'to come: Satn:May. March 2 Flint ChemVSoc.Farr i:15P.M. HaH
ATHLETIC Saturday March 2 Lit Soc. 1.3O1': L Science naIl
-Ue conflict
flashed one ash Morthari >
upon other !
any organization IS FULLY DISCUSSED*r .. ,
Saturday March 2 1:50PJI.
spoke; and the new world they 'have boosted the University BY WTL. SUMMERS. Ag. Building
March 2:15PJL
' Saturday; 2 Co. Club Ag. BuDding
With its new conception of de- ..this year They have ac- .. -- Saturday March 2 Peabody*Club "* 2-30P3L Peabody HallEngineering .

w _r teocracr ''and> education that complished TJnndl'.in the face of "' (Continued';from: page "1) Saturday March 2 Benlon 'E 1g. Sod. 2:45P.M. HaJJ

shall cdme"as' :result ," about eighteen-hundred dollars TWOyean March
a unparalleled 'odds." They symbolize Saturday. 2 Sophomore Class 3:00P.M. Language Hall
: i_ fie"presented a vision of a united the spirit of Florida in r ago it was eighteen' hundred. t ', ; <' West Entrance

:race striving for world domi- war-time. 1 .st-year'sixteen hundred and now it Saturday March 2 Freshman Class 3:30P.M. Language halt
\is In the neighborhood of the two "
nation dazzled and blinded by an i thousand dollar marie. On being told North Entrance

i idea as old as! Mahomet. But Points of View. of such a state of facts the average A schedule of pictures to be taken during the week commencing -
March 4th will be published later, and will include those
j there is more than one way to businessman would inquire of the
Now and then amid bustleof
s dominate Athletic Association's tangible assets.It groups and organizations which are not in the above list. In
; mankind. Galilee and life fellow will making out this schedule the
college a j has none. How then does it se- staff has tried to place each picture "
Newton will be remembered and pause a moment and wonder cure credit? Sometime in the past. at an hour convenient to the majority of the members and tho !

f. revered when the name of Wil- what it's all for. Some startling certain members of the faculty of this there may be a few who will be inconvenienced we ask them to

helm the Bloody shall be but a answers result. institution allowed their benevolentand make the necessary effort and be present at the appointed time, for

dying echo out of a dimlyremembered "I know may what I want," says philanthropic spirit to get the the it is pictures.In important. that all be present to make a creditable showing in

past. A rule of better of their good business seose
will the Grind. A vision of work and they endorsed notes of the As- view of the fact that none of the classes have elected his- ,
come pass in the international lies before him that leads up to sociation to the local banks. Some of torians, the staff requests the following men to act in this capacity :

realm too. No nation a summit of fame. Straightwayhe these have been relieved but others and submit a history of their class to the Seminole Staff by March :

shall ever again dominate except shuts himself in his study have taken their places. The banks 9th, also at the same time give a list of the members of the class';

:: its methods be in accord- with a friendly book in his Jiand making these loans are perfectly safe, who are in the service of the country.

fence with the common sense of and bids the world go hang. He but if the Association has no assets Senior C1Hist ory.__________ -D. V. Rouse ,j

humanity. In so far as that rulbf e would work and learn and what is the position of the endorsersof Junior Class History ____u_______._._ ....._ _H. H. McCallum
grow. these notes? Sophomore Class History
reason V. D. Mudge
shall have 4
governs we
But soon the vision blurs and the Without being too critical it can be Freshman Class History_ O. M. Stallings 1
democracy. four walls appres him. Perhaps safely said of the average carefree, -1

But the dead past buries its he has mastered phrases and good natured. college boy,that as long intercollegiate teams and instruct the and a table of magazines placed ia<

\lead'and..a new world and a new ideas but, he has paid dearly for as he has athletic teams to try for. entire student. body in physical exer the front of the new room for the:!

democracy will arise when the them. He has lost the key to interesting. trips to make an "F" to cises. benefit of the patrons. j
earn and a sweetheart to be proud of In view of the present situation it
Conflict is over. Democracy in the hearts of men. Honors Mr. Molnar stated that it was Ms,
maycome his prowess. cares not a rap for the seems very clear to me that duringthe idea to
implies give University and the
a sense equality yet boys
but they will seem barren deficit in the of the
treasury Athletic period of the war we should limit out-of-town trade
a place in Gainer
everywhere in nature inequalities to him. Thwarted instincts ic Association at the end of the col- intercollegiate contests to those whichcan vine where 'I
they could meet or spenda _
are in evidence. Equality isbn sert themselves and he mutters lege year The average student manager be played without expense; reduce few minutes resting when they had .

!i. artificial concept which we "What's the use." under our system of electing the cost of materials and extra nothing* else to ao.

have reared on moral considera "Of course the lectures are important untrained and inexperienced men, one coaching to the minimum; conserve Molnar's Dining Room is one of j
tions. for each sport with his desire to win with great care the materials we now the
The very fact of its ar- but not the most popular places of its ki din :-
they are
the good will of the team members have in all forms
; engage of inter- the .
city and of-
tiflciality implies an obligationon gets a good deal
main thing says another. "I and get his picture in the Seminole, class sports; and bend every effort to- the
democracy too. If the natural am here for the associations. So can hardly be expected to do more wards the reduction of our indebted patronage "Supper -

order is to be put aside we he makes the rounds of the campus than add items of unnecessary expens ness. If we do these things and do atMolnar'sbeing of a large part one of the of students the bywords _f

i must install something better in and becomes familiar with to our already bulging accounts.No them faithfully until this world is

its place. Democracy then can one expects to find old heads on made safe for democracy most and 3IASSARO
all the town haunts. He is here AND PITTS I
1 not be inefficient. It muststand for those associations that young shoulders and it is very doubtful perhaps all of our indebtedness will be TAKE UP NEW ROOMS i
are if the members of this cleared '
faculty student
away our body will
t for preparedness in the BUT DONT LIKE THEM!
pleasant and easy. Meanwhilehe would want them there. but these are be in strong physical condition and we
finer It must be
I sense. ready to gets a surface knowledge of times for sober thought. Where is will be ready to take our place with (Continued from
deliver the 1)
goods. page
doctrines and airs halfunderstood our present policy taking us? We< the other instituttions of the country have
A splendid vision better. By George! it was:
was presented
Kq cannot always and in
spend never repay intercollegiate .
of the new education, based theories. He has discovered sports.MOLNAR'S an artistic job even if it was the werSl

yf f on- new and wider standards a new and easy path to 'What after all is the true of perverted genius.

which would bring with them knowledge, one requiring littleoutlay and value of college sports? purpose True it BEEN DL"nSG GREATLY ROOM IMPROVED Mr. Pitts also slept somewhere eIsa
Saturday J
greater opportunities and re- and insuring* quick re is that strong teams are a good advertisement night.
interviewed the morning
l sponsibilities. Education cannotremain turns. His pleasures are thus for a school, but the< Changes have been made within the ter the two victims had the folloWing afj|

as it was. For' the basis speciously justified and perhapshe real value comes in the development past ten days at the Molnar Dining to say: _-

Df comparison will be no longer even harbors the notion that of the physical powers of the indi- Room that have doubled the capacityof Massaro: Trabajo del diablo! SaC

i provincial or national but world he is becoming educated. Sometimes vidt&L In intercollegiate athleticsa the establishment and greatly improved ramento! San Francisco! Porto Xi
squad of eighteen "
or its
t wide. All this as a result of the he will bump into reality. receive a specialized development twenty men and agement has appearance.rented the store-room The man- Pitts: "Darn dirty deaL I know one

Unprecedented miring of men in He would the thing-Tin not going to tote any <
l draw up somethingfrom mass of a student body get none. adjoining the original restaurant it back "
the melting pot conflict Not the depths and encounters Every student in every school should and has had the partition betweenthe up there main.

the one who memorizes nor the a blank. have and be required to take some two taken out making room fora H. S.-"We got into an argumein

toe who understands but he who: T know that Im! not doing form of physical exercise. One man. number of additional tables and front of Chase HaU. J
however efficient and energetic he a sort of lobby or" reading room. L. "What'kind' S3
can use his knowledge for con anything here," says a frank. of conveyance
be, cannot at the
may time
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Wonder what Frank '
ITEMSBill DeVane said
to the beautiful leading lady Satur- TONIGHT. AND EVERY NIGHT ; '

day night that made her get up and

in the infirmary Bivens and with S. measles.L. Scruggs are fresh leave with him Frank.alone? They can't get High Class Motion Pictures 3 j I"I"i "

. R. L. Feaster of the "MicanopyGiants" I This From a: Junior! i

spent the week-end in his "Rat" Anderson: "What's grits ;
home town. made Joe of B.?Dalton" : "Barley." Lyric I jj :

"Bull" Young spent several days .
last week with his folks at Fairfield. If they hadn't given Hughie Smitha Patronage> Invited .t.:

shoe-horn and a button hook as a I iL 1 ;:
Marcus Brown returned from Jacksonville prize for his laugh-provoking 1 J'' "
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Friday. tume at the.Two-Bit Ball Tuesday f'.

night, how in the world would he have
T. lit Dunk of Jacksonville, recently gotten out of it? : J r
from Sewanee Military Academy, United Shoe Store J
is here taking sub-freshman work. Every time t
we see Shorty Wilson, :
Weather prophet of Section D, we stop, look and listen for something .
Buckman begins prophesying again. to put in the Alligator. This is the Two Well Known Brands ;:

Football season being over what "Professor Buchholz, it's all rightto Crossett Educator .

kind of a rule book does "Fats" shoot for the crack if we use a j t'
Spanish coin, ain't ?"
around? jt
tarry .-- ._ _University Avenue_ ,. next to ,Busy, Bazaar_ .
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L. L. O'Berry motored to Tampa The managing editor of the imag- ,
with his folks Friday afternoon. inary newspaper published by Professor J
Weaver's Journalism class .. f -. .' ,

t "Rat Wychkoff spent the week- last 'week 'assigned one 'of the students : When you want Hardware, BAIRD has it ;
end at home in Citra. to' cover the 'cow's 4
found on the campus several carcass days Reach's Football Goods, Wright & Ditson Tennis Rackets and Athletic Goods, Eastman I I

.; Ivey E. Futch from Plant City registered ago and get a human interest story -Kodaks and 'Supplies, Reach's Baseball Goods, Louisville Slugger Bats all latest j

Monday in the Radio Course. out of it. We contended at the time models', Remin'gton'U.; 'M. C. and Winchester Ammunition, Remington and Automatic ,' ,

Futch has already passed the. exami- that this was1 I an impossibility/- Pump Guns. Remember we carry'as complete a stocks money can buy. f 'I
nation the Aviation .r
for entering
causej even if the reporter Was sufficiently
WHOLESALED li1h;! Qfgif t'
Corps. large to cover the said carcass : ; I ;
,he wduld-stilf be faced with !
1 Rat Freelander broke into Gainesme's BAIRD HAROWARE CO. :! :
problem of human interestout
; juvenile society Saturday night of getting. *'-- .'- ,. __ _, R.HONE.-31..__ ._.__._
i in''defiance "of Section D's ""Rat Re- ........t\a...cow.Another ,',.......,'"'"' .. It.. m..... :- -- -"':,- -:---:-. h --- "T--T-_ ,; ;
form Court.
a !,
impossible assignment he .,, I.
t Nat Carson and Ike Jarrell spent gave was a on -min te interview! I 'I
the week in Kissimmee attending the I with Professor Ault 'on Theodore' r. ,1 r- .. I I I
Roosevelt., t
Fair. rye<< u ..... "" .,. ;: Gainesville Furniture C6
t C. P. Anderson and Ivey Futch atlended The Cow Story I 11 :
dance at Ocala Saturday *+t\ tl V T 3 O*,
a Starved to death, for1 w nt'rrof
Full Line Victrolas and Records I
night. something to eat; hunted to eartE, (

by people who were trying to catchit t< J* *.*
I Frank Merrin. John and Wallace stiff result of cold cOM ; iN REAR ? f:
; .frozen as a AND NEW RECORDS i
!McKey spent the week at their homesin weather, and lying prone on its'back ,

Plant City., -- because of the way it fell to the I : GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA_

Alden and, Ralph Crosby spent the ground',-'Ihis IsjthVstdry-'of the-cow : .. ..---..--,. "' '''',;OK' '..: "" --5.JI:.;... --"-_ __,",-,--.. jJ: )
who was found early one morning of !
week with their parents at Palatka.
last week on the campus between 1

George Fernald arrived on ,the Language and Science Halls.

campus Tuesday after spending sev- He had evidently wandered across There is only one kind of Glasses for YOUR vision and I f f
eral with his at Tarpon the campus ,during the night, and,
days parents that is the .. ;
she had of propriety
Springs.J. as a perfect sense -'O
and knew that the grass of the ABSOLUTELY CORRECTWe I s

N. Ticknor..having taken measles grounds was not intended for suchas

left Friday for his home at it, the animal, faint from hungerand grind all lenses used in our prescription work. No delay.
Zephyrhills.Joe unable to get into Language Hall
to get a drink had fallen in his
Dalton spent last week with tracks and was found there the next r C. H. COLES & SON .

his folks in' Tampa. morning right where she fell. Thisis
the conclusion arrived at by the
Schneider, C. T. Williams, Country University authorities and the man-I .
Devane, L. L. Marshall and P. W. agement of the bookstore who in- .. .

Stinson went hunting Saturday'after- vestigated.the.death thoroughly, be-
noon towards Payne's Prairie, killing L W.THOMAS Treasurer fc. H. THOMAS, Secretary '
lieving that possibly this cow was T. F. THOMAS,President t I:
two rabbits and The "eats"were E ski
a quail. the
that who 'had been supplying Inc.
,prepared ,Sunday morning. bookstore with milk, from her udders. The T1thasi .

No flesh was left on the'cow's,
Joseph Miyares of the College ofLaw bones, the latter having been picked, HARDWARE, IMPLEMENTS, sEED :
spent the'weekend at Tampa.
dry, if .not by a buzzard, through
Gainesville Flo "I
some other medium. How she could
have gotten in this condition over -AGENTS FORo"I *
night'remans 'a mystery, which has
"The chief question confrontingthe not been solved, nor is it likely to THE INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER, CO, and THE JOHN DEERE PLOW CO. R '

high schools of the state seemsto be'unless someone finds out just what .. All Kinds of Farming Tools ,._ .
be that of dealing with the parentsf caused his flesh to shrivel up and F.i

the students," said S. A. B. Wilkinson blow away within an hour or. two ,

this afternoon, in telling of his after her demise. i A'e \ T ,
trip to Inverness and other towns in The corpse of the cow was removedto "

this region of the State. He made Professor Willoughby's classroom, FIRST NATIONAL"BANK I I
the trip for the purpose of getting where it greets the eyes of all who

first-hand information regarding chance to see it.

school matters which he expects tj Someone suggested in regard to Gainesville Fla. '
use in connection with his course in its identity that she might be the ,
education. "Moo-Cow-Moo," of Professor Chap-

"Matters of discipline are current man, which some amateur had tried UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
to recite the night before, and failingto
problems in the management pub I
lie school he continued. do so successfully, had murdered. !
"What forms of punishment for dis- Little opinion on the matter is ex- Capital $100,000.00 Surplus .
pressed on the campus as nobodyhas
obedient other-
pupils-corporal or .1
in to it. ;
much to say regard
vise will
-and which of them

meet the approval of parents, and at 1t''
the same time produce in the child Pat wished to investigate a noise .. .
the necessary respect for authority, heard in the night. With 'extended -- '

are subjects which are being discussed arms, he crept toward the door. Sud-
by educators all over the state." denly, "Shades of St. Patrick!" he Alachua County Abstract Col:

The tendency, among high schoolteachers cried, with an ominous bump.,He had ,
door and, of
at least is away from 'corPoral come across an open ,' T' .. .iT'
each side "
punishment, Mr. 'Wilkinson course, his arms had gone '
stated. Such humiliations as marking of the door, bringing his nose into B. R. COLSON, President : :

time before the entire student contact with it. "What's the matter?" 1

body for fifteen or thirty minutes, said Mrs. Pat. "Shure, it's the biggest ... : : I :
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standing in a corner of the'class.- surprise my
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