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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1918
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
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Vol/VI University of Florida, Gainesville, Wednesday, April 3, 1918 No. 24 I! i
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LAW PROFESSOR GIVES TALK. far north as human habitation ex }i!
Dean Harry R. Trusler of the Law
ward the North Pole. 1
TO LAWYERSGives College, returned Friday from Bar- NORTH Thousands of the migratory x birds PASTIME OF PIONEERS .1 ;
tow where he delivered
; an address find a winter home and a nestling

Interesting Talk in Law before the Polk County Bar Association "- FOR THE SUMMERFeathered place on the Florida Keys. A num- APRIL FOOLS DAY ,
the and the
on "Lawyer War. ber of these low lying islands of the
College about State Legisla- While on this trip he did some semi-tropical zone are government 1

ture-Gives the Law College boosting for the Law College and the winter visitors fold preserves, carefully patrolled.The Old timer from the Manatee: sec '1-

and Its Work a Big Boost. University generally. snowy egret under these con- f
up their tents and steal away. tion attempts to throw a wet '1 ;
ditions becomes so tame that the bird ,
Justice J. N. Whitfield of the JOHN MARSHAL WINS Agricultural student reportsan warden may pat them as "Biawathas"chickens. blanket over spirits of the # ';, j

_ Florida Supreme bench, treated the army of blackbirds on. the happy throng-Ancient days

s University law students to a short ad- farm. lived over.University '
dress in the Law Building Friday af-
ternoon. Dewey Dye. jesters revived a time '
His talk was an informal one, and CHAPEL MONDAY NIGHT As we watch the mellow light of the honored custom Monday when they

dwelt primarily with the proper way i sunset filter in a flood of glory SUBJECT SUNDAY OF celebrated Lucifer H. Satan's birth- i i ,

to get a statute through the Florida The chapel room in Ag. Hall was a through the disks of shadow under aay, for such April Fools Day is reputed -
Legislature and still keep within the scene of much excitement last Monday the stately pines on the campus, as DEAN H. R. TRUSLERDeals to be, by making fools out of
law and the constitution. night, when the John Marshall we scent the air redolent with the their Friends and neighbors. This
After giving the fellows a short fragrance of flowers from the and }I
Debating Society defeated the Farr many was an alluring pastime was participated -
but complete outline of this important Literary Society in the intersocietydebate. wild honey suckle along the northern with all Phases of His in by a large number of f ,
phase of a lawyer's future life, he fence as we sight the earth bulgingand Subject-Both the Judicial students and also by several "sweet j
exalted the high standard of work rich with coming life things" from town. i
The question was a most interesting tie are and the Extra-Judicial Admin- young
- which the Law College was doing;and and important one resolved: that filled with wonder and realize that istration of Justice Consideredby Ancient tricks galore, and several :
declared that the Supreme Bench was all the expenses of the present war spring with all its'joys and pleasuresis Dean. clever ones were pulled in mysterious j! t
watching Florida men, both as to here. waYs the unsuspecting victims
should be met by an immediate tax on ,s
standard of legal work, and as to a But these joys and pleasures from the hackneyed string and pocketbook '
rather than by bond issue. The affirmative Last Sunday, March 25th Dean
standard of morals and ethics he was championed by W. P. not fill the void which is left by the Harry R. Trusler delivered to the hoax,,to the threadbare old gag

- emphatically stated that they were Jernigan and O. H. Norton and the migration of the countless thousandsof class of University students studyingthe about your.new shoestring' being un-
more than satisfied with both. negative by S. L. Scruggs and A. P. our feathered friends of the woods race problem, a comprehensive ad- tied. i
His closing theme was "In no other !Marshall, of Farr Literary and John who after spending the winter withus dres upon "The Negro and the Ad- Howls over the campus; from unfortunate ;
school, as in this one can the future Marshall societies respectively. are leaving for the far northland.Out ministration of the Law" The sub- dupes who had allowed the '
Florida JUiwyer prepare himself for _in the country and around the exhilarating effects of the balmy u
: Mr. Jernigan in his opening speech ject was divided into two parts: one
. his noble life work the preservation ,edges of the town, where the early spring ozone, to get the better of
,. attempted to show the injustice cl the the ladKtal and> iw 02 peace and or .er. :Bond issue and gave eloquent plea I planted sweet corn and millet and dicial administration of the law as it their lower extremities and thus inn j' r

BATTLE RAGES ONCAMPUS for justice and fair play. Mr. Scruggs, :Georgia chicken corn are coming into relates to negroes. As a proper background unguarded moment allowed them : I Ito
RIFLE RANGE first speaker for the negative, refuted : the best of the season there are, for an understanding of the connect with the moth eaten stove !: !
I several of the affirmative points and I thousands of migratory birds on their first part of the lecture, attention was pipe hat which was too firmly anchored ,
I I annual pilgrimage to the north, fortifying to mother earth by means of a
called the
The call to has sounded andas showed the impossibility of the immediate to function of the jury, the
arms I themselves for the long flight. of large brick; awaked a pleasing train
the Bat- tax, he declared that the burden importance evidence and the ste-:
a consequence University I. of proof was upon the affirmative An ag. student after a visit to the necessary to set machinery of the of thought and reverie in the minds a I
talion is
engaged tri-weekly com- I to show beyond a reasonable miniature plantation on the farm reports law in motion. The law respecting of certain old timers, who remembered :
bat the hills and lowlands the
on near i the of wonderful flocksof the days before the quietus was placed ;
rifle doubt that an immediate tax for all negroes as jurors, segregation
campus range. blackbirds, and farther out on the on hazing when "kick me" placards :
marriage convictions the
the expense was best for all the world. peonage ,
Many of the elements of I
Experiment Station farm there were the rule and not exception. I
Mr. Norton second affirmative are ballot, and civil rights generally was the
the of conflict
present day style are speaker in his own peculiar, masterful large coveys of the birds which be- stated and the conclusion drawn that "Things are not what they,used to
missing and must be supplied by constant ;' I be" 'recited in unison. ,
. at thLsseason the they
come pests year.
- impartial justice to administered
:style: of delivery, proved that the bond negroes was -
of vivid imagination.
use a theaterof issue was a great evil and a burning I They sometimes Inflict serious dam- by the courts;. In many Some of those same old timers declared '
The cadets the
must to
go Injustice, as it caused high prices and age upon the early) crops and the only instances, the speaker pointed out, that nothing in the way of I
the hours the
war in wee of morn inflation, he closed in a style commonto rebate the farmer is able to collect is special leniency in law :enforcement, diversion ever has been discovered to
ing, unsustained by the loud blare of all good debaters.Mr. from the birds he can kill with his due to the 'tolerance of society, was. equal the old dumping parties which
: trumpets or the regular roll of drums
; shot gun. were open and aboveboard without any .
Marshall last debater on the enjoyed by negroes:
I but by reason of a friendly spirit of negative side of the question, in fiery The "four and twenty blackbirds"of i In order to explain the extra-ju attempt at "foolish fooling" as they I
i antipathy that'prevails between thedifferent fame celebrated in the famous called the at levity. .
words befitting an orator waxed warm dicial administration of the law, Dean present attempts i I
t companies which compose and Mother Goose classic are not a circumstance Trusler demonstrated the wisdom of It is averred that these "woe be 1
grew eloquent, pretty phrasesand
the battalion the wild passions and
I flaming terms fell from his lips, in the. matter of juicinessand political and social tutelage for in- unto the rat" parties were. very popular -
)1 excitement of conflict are there but much as lava might flow from a vol- flavor, it is said by student marksmen ferior peoples and praised the states- in the pioneer I days of the university ,'.
I 1 in a somewhat modified form. cano, he declared that the bunglesomeplan when compared with the bunch manship of the South in handling the when terrorizing was the
I Substituted for the cold muddy and was proposed and backed by the that makes the campus a winter home negro problem, saying it constituteda sport of those who were able to come
dismal trenches of France and Bel- socialistic element and to adopt it before the trip to the far north. chapter of notable skill and acumenin out on top in the darby fight for
gium the battalion have nice clean Mess Hall who have tried mob justice cheer- ;
would mean the death of a true Amer- diners legal history The evils excoriatedby supremacy,
holes in the Florida sand to play in. ican democracy.The them declare that the birds make the critics were shown to be inherentin fully and gleefully doled out without .

These holes,amid their quiet surround- judges in a few minutes handed finest pot pie. and they bemoan the the situation, the Southern white regard for persons.
ings would be like a bit of Heaven to down a decision 2 to 1 in favor of John fact that in their wisdom (1) the people being no more responsible for But there are those who are contrary -
the "Sammies" and "Tommies" "over Marshall Debating Society. state fathers have seen fit to prohibit them than are.the armies of the Allie and a cynical grouch from the

there." The next inter-society debate will be their slaughter. responsible for temporary reversals. valley of the Manatee remarked that
These same "Sammies" and "Tom- April 15th when the John Marshall These birds that escape the onslaught The ballot, education, segregation; he would just as willingly go to war
mies" are so used to the shrieks and Debating Society debates the Peabody of the farmers' musket and white jurors and other matters were and sleep in mud up to his neck with

moans of the shrapnel shells, that the Club the question and sides are yet the more modern shotguns of the considered, and the conclusion reached German shells lulling him to sleep,
lesser noise of some of their comrades to be decided upon.AGRICULTURAL. students, will be singing in the rice that the white people of the Southare as to return to the old regime, and
whistling rasps on their !nerves and swamps of the Carolinas within the the best friends the negro race finish school in the capacity of a
woe be unto the poor "rooky" who next few months. They become even posses es. Radical social theoristswere corpse.
should sing a few stanzas while the CLUB fatter and finer there and less vigilant shown to be the worst enemiesof Leaders in the April fun enterprise

worn out soldier attempts to snatcha and darkies of the plantationsoften the colored people; and hasty in- scored a success when they put into

beauty sleep between engagementswith DEFEATS ENGINEERSIN are able to trap or snare them, novations in the relationship betweenthe execution a happy thought by enlisting -
the boche.Regardless just as they and their white contemporaries races were deplored, since into a bevy of pretty girls to help
of the fact that most made a getaway with the this relationship, based on practicaland along a little. Gainesville girls are
of the sordid horrors of modern war- THEIR DEBATELast fat and juicy squabs which the city exact knowledge. has gone an good fudge makers and are noted for ;
fare are absent, the fact remains that \ chap raises in the fond hope that enormous amount of experience and their winsome beauty and many "

the University Cadets are getting Friday night the AgriculturalClub sometime he will be rewarded by? the thought for many generations". graces. There were several cars i
valuable military training which will defeated the Benton Engineering enjoyment of squab on toast. laden with these jewels of the university -

be of invaluable use to them should Society in their inter-society de- The robins too, are on their an- "U. S. Grant and R. E. Lee have town, who took the Univer-

they be called to training camp. nual pilgrimage and these birds of met and shaken hands once more. This sity by storm Monday afternoon when
bate.The !
Instruction is given in scouting, question was resolved; that' passage will within the next few time it was not at Appomattox but at they handed out candies and sweets
patroling, signaling and in all other during war times the president should months congregate by the million in Spartanburg, S. C.-The meeting occurred of all kinds to their ill-fated prey. ,
phases of army life which is included have power without the necessity of the piney woods and swampland last week. There has naturallybeen Residents of the dormitories are j

within the compass of the R. O. T. C. waiting for Congress.The thickets of southern Maine, where a great deal of pleasant aid, disposed to declare that they are
work. i Benton Engineering Society they are game birds in season no friendly comment over the fact that bout the most attractive girls in the
Occasionally pitched battles, minus team composed of R. F. Hargrave and longer enjoying the immunity from U. S. Grant and Robert E. Lee, the world (except the one' at home), out
the twentieth century seventy-mile James Brice defended the affirmative attack they have earned in our own one a grandson and namesake of the at the same time they do hold a

range gun and ammunition, are staged side, while W. E. Stone and G. C. sunny state, in Florida there yet lin- Union General, and the other a great grudge against them, that they should
but all the rules and regulations of a Roberts of the Agricultural Club con- gers a belief in the ancient tradition nephew and namesake of the Con- hand out dainty bon bons and fudges, ,' ;
real battlefront are observed to the tended for the negatives. that the robin got its red breast by federate chieftain, should be officersin with hard centers composed of laundry i
letter.If Many good points were brought out beating its heart in agony against the American army of today and soap and rocks. : I

one soldier should slip up on an on both sides, but by the preponderance the Cross of Crucifixion serving in the same campus. \ .
enemy warrior and say, "Tag, you are of the evidence the Agricultural The northern darky regards the The two young officers, for both The Tulane Service Flag has 600
dead" it is the duty of the latter to Club had the edge on the Engineers. spot of red when it is exceedingly are lieutenants, chatted on general stars in it. This includes 10 per
visualize himself as a cold, stiff corpse The result of this debate cuts the brilliant as an indication that the birdis subjects for several minutes. There cent of the Alumni and an appreciable
with his hide so full of bullet holes Engineers out of the finals. The Agricultural fat and fine and of prime flavor. was no reference to the meeting of percentage of the undergraduates.Tulane .

that it wouldn't hold shucks. Club will debate the winnersof Naturalists, it is said, never have the other Grant and the other Lee at has on its roll of honor two

This process of tagging continues the John Marshall and Peabody been able to 'account fully for the Appomattox more than fifty years colonels, thirteen majors, thirty-eight
until the majority of the opposingmen Club debate which comes the 15th of nestling places of all the migratorybirds ago, and if either had that thought in captains 'and 169 lieutenants. The

Lave been -c ught. Then the April. that :make 'the long:flight from his mind he gave no sign. It was Medical School Faculty has the greatest -
former -company is considered as The winners of the grand finals South to North and North to South just a friendly conversation betweentwo percentage of officers, 40 per cent
having conducted a bloody battle to will be 'allowed possession of the each spring 'and f 1l young officers of the American being in..the service. Tea Newcomb
a successful and glorious finish. Society Loving Cup. The 'wild geese- are :discovered as army today."..;;..The Suwannee Purple (coeds) are also in the service. -


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were characterized by a spiritof

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K. C.HITCHCOCK..ZichaEge Editor these young men in the worldof

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Entered as ceecnd-clazs matter to that society which first succeeds will be liberated to work on jobs j
September 28, 1912; at the postoffke ,
in winning over all the more pertinent to the present
at Gainesville, Fla, under the Act of NICK DAMATOHigh
March 3d, 1879. other societies for three consecutive situation.

years. The victorious We as students are also goingto Grade TailorNext

Place all conaaunicatiocs and news recipients of this cup will profit by this* law in more O M cI1um'.Drug Store mm TO LOAN
ti items in boxes designated for that
purpose in Peabody and Language cherish it in the :years to ways than one. It is a matterof Fellows,my spring-summer line is
} and the beautiful trophy in. Come and se us.
HaUL come, common experience, especiallywith
Uncle Moses' Edelstein
Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.00. will be deposited in a place of us in the South, that the CLEANING, PRESSING !

safe keeping where it will serveas early morning hours are by far AND REPAIRING

an inspiration to the youths beautiful refreshingand
the most ,
jH: I[ EDITORIALThe I who go forward to achieve invigorating ,of the entire Phone 511 I

greater things in future years. day in the summer, at least. It I

Outlook. is then that we are in the best

Debating "Efficiency." trim intellectually to master our nomics, education or any other PROF E. C. ARNOLD
Those were indeed inspiringscenes issues which tend for the better-
lessons and to recite. When the
For the purpose of clearly and
in the Agricultural HaD of You will
ment our country.
forcefully bringing to our atten- warmer part of the day comes PUBLISHES ARTICLEIllinois
Chapel Friday and Monday be called upon to discuss and decide -
tion the exact situation, the En- with its languishing and over-
nights of last week when the all the big topics and issuesof
1 Agricultural Club was victorious tente powers and. the United coming influence to make us Law Review Sponsors a
the day.
the Benton Engineering Society States may be collectively rep- drowsy and lazy, a phenomenontoo Legal Article From the Pen of
: over The problem is one of
and the John Marshall De- resented by a strong man, and familiar to us all to need description negro Law Professor" on the Law of
these issues it especially
the Central powers by anotherman. it will find us with a ; Communityperity..
bating Society was victorious in
the South. It is placed
These two are engaged ina greater portion of our daily
i over the Farr Literary Society. your hands. The South will gainin In the Illinois Law Review for
life and death with tasks already performed.
the first two of the struggle March, is
They were strength wisdom and purity published a lengthy articleon.
series of four inter-society de- each, other forcing into play Again, that intensified keen- The Law of Community Prosper
only to the extent are able to
bates that have been scheduled every available bit of strengthand ness of mind which comes with you ity by Prof. Earl C. Arnold of the

; for the different societies the advantage. Let us for the the setting of the sun will find cope with this negro problem University of Florida Law College.
on successfully. You University of This article is
a thorough treatiseof
moment consider ourselves on- us at our books preparing our
campus by the Debating Council Florida students, who do not the subject, and treats of this little
: lookers, speculating as to the lessons for the morrow rather known
I for possession of the Faculty take of or student phase of the law
Loving Cup which is now in the outcome of the terrible combat. than in the anticipation of or the to every knowl-oppor- from all viewpoints, historical past

temporary possession of the Pea- Obviously, that one who is the realization of supper, which requires tunity improve your present and future effects, application -
of this and its
edge question
purpose and results.
more skilled and the strongerwill no mental effort.
body Club. are slackers from duty.You Only a few of the states these at
It is an honor to win a debate. conquer. Either one will be There is one other thing that are as much slackers as the one time under Spanish or French rule

); There is as much honor and at just so much disadvantageas ought to be mentioned in regardto man who hides in the Evergladesto have this law, for this reason exceptin

f'' glory, and probably more really even the smallest organ or efficiency. This concerns the the draft. these few states, little is known of; <

lasting benefit to win over aI' tissue of his body may be weak, matter of conserving electric escape its application, it embraces a peculiarset
The Sunday afternoon lectureson of rules which provide for an
in battle of ineffective,or useless.So current. As wehave already
strong opponent a
the race problem which are agreed division of the property d i-
brains there is in it is in this war. We in- pointed out nation cannot be those
= as a struggle a delivered in lieu of the Y. M. C. in marital relationship. ;--
on the wrestling mat or on the dividually, you and I, are the efficient unless its citizens are A. : The circulation of the Illinois Law
services, should be attendedby
football gridiron where brute important integral parts, how- efficient, each and every one. We :Review is large and reaches the bench
{ every university student. i and bar in all parts of the United
strength is relied upon primarily ever small, of this nation. Am- must not take this daylight utili-
They are a means to an end- !States in all these places this timely
i i to win the contest. erica can be no more efficient in zation measure as a license to service; that service the success- :article will be welcomed for it is a '

; It requires many weeks of this war or, indeed, in any other be more careless about turningout ful disposition of the !helpful piece of legal literature tha$ -5I

hard, grueling work to prepare activity, than the average of our lights when we leave our tion in the South. You negro will ques-be I will speak for itself.EXCHANGES.

a debate on oration properly, and each citizen's efficiency. Your rooms. In fact we can make this called
upon to effect the largest
the amount of time, thought and efficiency and mine count just as measure a greater success by our and most
important in
part I
I effort which it is necessary to much as that of the boys "over mutual co-operation. Every moulding the plastic life of this I t

expend upon the delivery and there." To be sure, their ener- little counts. Even tho it be justto
nation, and especially that of the "
' mode of presentation is no small gies are spent directly opposingour step across the hall for a few South. Miss Short: Wbo knows the quick -:
You will be
rendering a est to obtain "
way a roof!
enemies and in- square
item. ours only minutes to chat with a friend,
service to America, and her Bright Student: "Get behind a ,
f The inter-society and society directly; but they are of equal let us get into the habit of turn- fighting warriors, which is due mule and pull his taiL" :4\

debates and oratorical contests importance. Therefore, our ing off our lights. It pays. Be- to that
spirit of ambition which
E are to the intercollegiate or varIi' watchword should be "efficiency" sides the saving in expense to dictated She Never Understood.
that should become Said the .
you bald-headed man to the waitress
sity teams what the training ; and every person should the University which we may college students. To render this bold, I

schools are to the army proper ask himself at every turn, not feel concerns us in the least, service a working knowledge is ,"Look here, woman, my cocoa's cold!*

i, -they are its very life and sub- "Where can I be more efficient we will form a very valuable She replied scornfuHy. "I cant help
required. A splendid and
stance. Each depends upon the than I now am?" Inasmuch as habit which will serve us in later con- that; J

: other, one for the raw material!, efficiency includes a minimization years to reduce our living ex venient way to acquire this If the blamed thing's chilly pot on
knowledge is to attend the race your bat.Ex..
and the other for the stimulus.If of waste and uselessly exjpended penses. The habit formed now
problem lectures, delivered by I
we are to keep intercollegiate energy, we readily perceive will mean our future pecuniary capable men, who are thoroughly I shot my dog.
1 debating alive at this university i how all-important this gain. Let's try it! Was he mad! .
versed in their
i, we must maintain an undying word is. !of own WelL he didn't seem very well
thesubject.. pleased.--Ex.
interest in the society and In addition to the government The Race Problem. -.1

inter-society debates. operation of railroads, food con- The heroic fathers and sons "As a stimulus toward better work "What Bible verses best describesthe j

For this reason, then, if for servation and administration and brothers in the frontline and as a first attack against loafers, freshman!" j

j no other, it is to be regretted boards, etc., Congress has en- trenches in France are doing the University of Illinois has adopteda "They toil not neither do they spin, '1
I system whereby students found delinquent yet Solomon in all his glory was not '
h : that there were not more- men acted and already carried into their share toward saving democracy "
in seventy-five per cent of arrayed like one of these. -Ex.
trying out in this all-important execution another piece of "effi- to the world. The their work are either placed on pro- ,

phase of college activity, which ciency" legislation daylight brave fathers and sons and bation or are dropped from the regis- At Georgia Tech, the last of the j)

= goes to make up a complete liberal utilization and the conservationof brothers in the training campsin ter entirely. By vote- of the councilof series of inter-fraternity basket ball --j

1 education. some of the power which was this country are doing their administration seventy-five students games has been played. The Sigma 1
have just been Alpha Epsilon defeated the Alpha.
dropped for
The small audiences of both formerly turned into artificial share toward
saving democracyto failure to pass in eleven hours of Tau Omega by a score of 31 to 1. .
nights attest the fact that interest light. How easily it was accomplished the world. work. In addition to this 490 were

is not running at high tide and how much has You, University of Florida placed nprobation. but it is esti- All chemistry students in the senior

-there should be a strong in- been saved! According to esti- students, must give your all and mated that at least eighty per cent of class at the Pennsylvania State College i
these will make good at the end of have been released from further ::1
terest, however, for the benefits mates, this law will save the con- your best to serve
your country the present semester.-The Technique.The college work: to take .positions in the :
r to be derived are many, the sumers of this country,$40,000- also. To you the nation is turn- Dupont Powder Company laboratories -

p greatest of these being self pos- 000; and the producer will have ing in its sad hours of doubt and Hand He Held.If at once. Government contracts;:t

session and the ability to think 1,000,000 tons of coal, 30,000,000 disturbance.The I might hold that hand again for explosives and a serious shortageof -;i

4 upon one's feet.Nevertheless. gallons of oil and 10,000,00 cubic United States Govern- Clasped lovingly in mine, chemists prompted the powder '!
I'd little what others makers to seek the At !
care sought- college's help. :
we are proud of feet of gas to turn toward get- ment has "
of That hand I held lang syne! the expiration of three months' em-
j our young men, for they con- ting our ships, aeroplanes, and college men, understanding men, That hand! So warm it was and soft! ployment at Wilmington, the chemists

ducted themselves with credit. munitions of every kind manu- informed men to form policies in Soft! Ne'er a softer thing! will be awarded their diplomas by

We pay them tribute here for factured in shorter time. A all things concerning politics industry Ah, me! I'll hold it ne'er again the college authorities. The student

their prowess upon the rostrum. certain amount of laborers also business "science Ace, ten, knave, queen and king. are required to remain for that period:j'
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Stein and A. M. Wolfsan left ,
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tin machine draWIng-and six to go. that the authorities at Washington
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i Ivey Futch and C. J. Hardee spent passed this act, but just the same a I ;
week end at Ocala. certain several of them have felt the ;
i Itbe effects of this order. .

i J. Blalack from Ocala High School i One pupil stated with emphasisthat United Shoe Store :;. 1 1E :
was on the Campus several days last didn't care how much they :
week visiting friends. turned up the clock, they couldn't fool I .ii'' j i
him. (He missed his breakfast.) I I
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because of his mother's sickness. Hawkshaw went by his clock which _- j

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Marcus Brown left Thursday for his beat, and run them away to slum- University Avenue next to Busy Bazaar i

Key West to enlist in the navy.. ber land a whole hour too soon. I, ':

Still other chronic grumblers and ;..: I

Prof. P. H. Rameses from Cotton- growlers lamented the fact that I

dale is again with us taking work in Gainesville was minus the flowing When want Hardware BAIRD has it r''
the Teacher's College.J. bowl and they could not indulge in an

eyeopener to repay them for their Reach's Football Goods, Wright & Ditson Tennis Rackets and Athletic Goods, East- !

G. Clemons returned Saturdayafter loss of sleep.However man Kodaks and Supplies, Reach's Baseball Goods, Louisville Slugger Bats all latest I

a week's stay at home in Plant with all its faults and de- models, Remington, U. M. C. and Winchester Ammunition, Remington and Automatic z I
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City. Pump Guns. Remember we carry as complete a stock as money can buy. a z i
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rest; it is that school will be out an WHOLESALE AND RETAIL--- ;
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R. Bridges spent hour On
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"Nick" Harrell is visiting friendsin PHONE 7 C t f;
Quincy. :

Clinton Rigley from Pensacola was I
among those who. registered in the is not considerable interest

Teachers' College last week.B. being shown in wrestling this year
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owing to the fact that many of our -.' :
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L. Feaster and G. C. Battle spentthe men ;; !; -
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However those few who respondedto .
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Monday the this call have worked with a will -! it itI
of coming week-the and with Hayman and Wuthrich GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA \
"rats" are requested to be out. 1 t I
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last who have had \.. .
H. H. McCallum was a visitor atAlachua year, and others .if'I I
some experience to coach them have I
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become fairly well versed in this
manly art of defense. There is only one kind of Glasses for YOUR vision and '
L. Caruthers left Saturday for
The finals will be held in the Gym that is the '
a short stay at home in Webster. C
Thursday afternoon, and good matchesare
assured for the men are in excellent -
Scruggs (in a debate)The preponderance -
of the elasticimissibilityf out with trim some and honor are and anxious glory.to come I We grind all lenses used in our prescription work. No delay. J Jf ;

this question is impracticable.John 1 '
The men who are in the finals will

become members of the WrestlingClub C. H. COLES Coleman spent several daysf
it is expected that after the
last week at home in Plant City.C. organization of this club, greater interest JEWELERS AND OPTICIANST. I
will be worked up in wrestl-

T. Williams returned Sunday ing for the future.
ter a short stay at home in Jack One of our wrestlers in speakingof i

sonville. the sport, said: "Wrestling is a F. THOMAS President R.v..THOMAS Treasurer O. H.THOMAS. Secretary .
good clean manly sport and requires '

M. G. Gibbons of Tampa and D. V. much skill and practice to become pro- The Thomas Company Inc .
ouse> of Plant City, both seniors in ficient. It exercises every muscle inth'e .

he Law College, left last week to body and especially in the arms HARDWARE IMPLEMENTS SEED :
iter the Naval Reserve stationed at and shoulders. It requires the finest I I -

ey West.A. kind of head work to defeat the other Gainesville I Fla. '
fellow." ;

P. Murphy of Bradentown was The rules which govern the tourna- -AGENTS FOR
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the University of Florida. All Kinds of Farming ToolsIT'NATIONAL .' I I
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4. Rules: Stranglehold. hammer lock BANK :
fish in company E and another and toe'hold are barred.

lime were "blowing" about the 5. All bouts start from referee's i :
tandard heights of men they knew. hold. I! :
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Roscoe Kolliner: "My brother learn the language, literature, art and
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Fred Roscoe Rayner: "Why: ?"It" must be a Ford." intended to meet the immediate needsof Alachua County Abstract Co. _

the American students.
Fred: 'Cause all the other cars
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