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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 15, 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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Vol. VI University of :Florida, Gainesville, Wednesday, May 15, 1918 No. 27 i

HI-?
He spoke disgustedly of the defend- dermining the morale of the workers, i ;
PROSECUTION OF DYES FAVORABLE DECISION UNIVERSITY AGGIES f
ant as a human coyote, nourished and which would result in inefficiency.Mr. ,

grown fat on the' financial aid of Marshall closed the debate for

DISMAL FAILURE; others. He said #that for several MONDAY EVENINGFOR the affirmative putting forth an eloquent SUPPLY INFORMATION i iTO

months he had been hopefully tryingto plea for justice to the American

JURY DISAGREESExciting collect a debt of one dollar, ad- JOHN MARSHAL troops in France. He defended the INDIANA HOOSIERS \

vanced out of the kindness of his "slander" to the patriotism of the laborers ,

heart to help the defendant purchase advanced by the negative. i L I

Trial Follows a Wild cigarettes. He stated ,that he had Affirmative Decision in the In- Mr. Edwards, the final negative Complete Knowledge of Conditions I.
entered the room to collect the dollar, speaker, spent his time in rebuttal, by
Fight in A Section Thomas ter-Society Debating Finals in Florida Valuable as a ; l
it from
or get the defendant's "worth- aid of numerous magazine articles on
Hall, Beyond the Belief of the less hide." Gives the Lawyers Possession the subject. Dispensing Bureau for Infor- ; ['
:
Most Vivid Imagination. Mr. W. H. Whitaker and E. K. of the Faculty Loving Cup After a five-minute rebuttal by the mation of Piney Flatwoods. 1 l

Knight, both strawmen and room- Again. first affirmative speaker, the judges !

Farmers, engineers, lawyers teachers mates of the defendant followed immediately handed in their decision.Dr. '
after Mr. Norton. They Crow of the University was Agricultural classes in the University ; .1_ I
debators, students, butchers, ba-
of forensic skill
Showing a degree ,
kers and candlestick makers crowdedthe testified to the number of hard blows chairman at this debate which was may supply the missing link occasioned
and of their
Moot Court Room in the Law Col- and vile, opprobrious epithets that a thorough knowledge judged by Messrs. DePass, Ellis and by the absence of a proper \
which would have merited
subject, official Bureau of Immigration In.
had passed between the plaintiff and Colson.
lege last Monday to hear the heart
months of the John Marshall
study formation through the giving of cor- : !. I
the defendant.
They also told of the
rending testimony introduced at the
Debating with only two
Society,
rect answers to many people in other
trial of Dewey Dye, a law student of disheveled condition of the room after weeks' the affirmative "" I
preparation, supporting :
WILEY\ H BURFORD'SPICTURE states who are interested in learning ,
the which lasted
affray, over two
the University indicted with assault ,
hours. side of the query, "Resolved about conditions and possibilities in ::: I
with intent to kill upon the person of That conscription of labor would result Florida. -?, I
Mr. A. A. Green, counsel for the PRESENTEDTO
one Oscar H. Norton, also a studentin in efficient prosecution of
more
a Prof. W. L. head of the agri- ',
defense declared in his opening state- Floyd, !
the University and a resident of "
ment of the case that :Mr. Dye was the war, was victorious over the Ag- cultural department at the University, ; 1 ", !
the section of Thomas Hall
same as ricultural Club, Monday night. THE UNIVERSITYImpressive f
receives letters of inquiry in
Mr. justified in his assault on the groundsof many tf
Dye.
This was: the culminating contest ina regard to Florida generally. These ,
defense of house home and
The fight of which this trial wns the property -
series of inter-society debates arranged letters sometimes are used as test : .
; "a man's home is his castle, he
result took place the night of April services were held in
by the Debating Council some questions in examination, opening a
declared.
llth, and was alleged to have been a Chapel Monday morning at the unveiling -
time ago for possession of the Faculty for students to sing the praises i
The defendant, Mr. Dye, took the way _;
close and hot It covered of of
one. con- a large picture Wiley '
Loving Cup. The results of these of the "Home of the Big Yellow Or- ': ,- R
witness stand in his own behalf and
siderable territory, including all of II. Burford, graduate of the Law College -
debates were as follows: AgriculturalClub ," native pastures big tomato \ f
ange
testified that Norton had repeatedly
A section C section, and a large partof and first Florida alumnus to :
victorious over the Benton En- fields and tall corn, and which origi-
nagged him about the even
the and waged strong un- money fall in action.
campus '
gineering Society; John Marshall vic- nally attained a degree of fame as i
after he had explained that he was
til late in the when it The photo- .
night was picture, an enlarged
; ;
torious the Farr Soci-
Literary I
over the original home of the Florida y
stopped by Miss McRobbie. without funds. He told a pathetictale graph of Mr. Burford in his uniform
ety, and the John Marshall victoriousover "apple," the tender and profitable J I
of Mr. Norton entering his room
There draped in the Stars and
were conflicting opinions as was fittingly
the Peabody Club. These pre- of the back country thickets, i
guava If ;
recalci-
uninvited and stating in a
the of the fracas Stripes the flag for which he
to approximate cause gave
liminary contests resulted in the finals and the Florida "date," the juicy per- : t:
trant and aggressive
manner
angry
the trial his life.
but at
it
was proved i of Monday night by which the simmon which ripens on slender twigs I ro
"that he had for his dollar and
that it out of an unpaid debt of come Dean H. R. Trusler, his instructorin
grew he would it other satisfactionout victorious Law _College debating team out of reach of the longest pole and j '.
get or delivered the
one dollar that Mr. Dye owed Mr. the law department,
accorded of the
was again possession sweet and tender in thesun- 1.
of hide. I told him he had grows
Norton, which debt has since been my acceptance address, in which eulogyhe
much coveted cup. light splendor and Indian summer !
the soul of buzzard to discredit f !
a my
paid with accumulated interest. This : paid tribute of praise to the youngman's .
startling fact was uncovered by a i statements as to my condition, and The trophy is of sterling silver, a life and character.He days of autumn. 1:
it :Mr. standing eighteen inches tall, An Indiana farmer wrote Professor f'
wide-awake member of the Alligator he seemed to resent were cup said: "One year ago Wiley was
; staff, after much ticklish detective Dye's words in describing. this touch- burnished with French gray handles. among us, studying for his Senior examinations Floyd,-stating that he is-31 years old. I '.:

'I work and the expenditure of a large ing little domestic scene. and resting on an ebony base. The ;. now he is among the married and with two boys in the I ;

i sum of' hush money.: 4I "-'Mr: .,.C. .Sf RQberbwitness for the engraving done,. jy the manufacturers countless thousands who have freely family. 7 and 4 years old. He had I

I When the court room was in order defense,,followed the defendant. He is in Old English and black offered themselves sacrifices upon the accumulated $1,000 and was soon to '

and Judge W. L. Summers. instructorin stated in a truthful and straightforward Roman characters with the inscrip- altar of Democracy and Liberty." come into possession of an inheri- :'

criminal law and procedure at the manner the shameless conductof tion in handsome design: "Inter-So- The Dean continued, "Only mem- tance of $2,500. He was a renter in 5

Law College, went to the bench the Mr. Norton and described in vivid ciety Debating Cup. Presented by ories remain, but his personality and a county where lands are worth $150 : :;

best orchestra seats in the court room superlatives the details of the various the Faculty." character have left an impress that an acre, and he wants to know what !

were filled with the morbid crowd stages in the combat; from the time This cup is the property of the Uni- will never fade out." opportunities are afforded one thus '

usually found in court rooms. of the start in Mr. Dye's room until versity faculty and will continue to The picture, which was a gift from situated, in the semi-tropical regions j j' '

The defendant, a fat-faced man they were stopped two hours later by be such until won three consecutiveyears Wiley's father to the school, will be of Florida. ;I i

with snarled hair, and a frightened, :Miss McRobbie in Dick Carter's quar- by one of the several debating placed in the chapel for the present, Professor Floyd submitted the letter

persecuted look in his eye, bit his ters. societies. When this event occurs, it but will later be removed to the Law to the agricultural classes as an ;

thin lips and crouched down in his I. "Why did you go into the room?" will become the exclusive property of College, where it will remain drapedin examination test. Each student was I

chair to escape the eager stare of was asked the witness on cross-exam- that society. fIn the flag of his country. permitted to use his own home county !

the spectators lined up outside the ination."I the three previous years that the as a basis upon which to found his :

railing. Now and.then he turned his heard Norton say 'I'VE COME cup has been offered, John Marshall NEW PROFESSOR OF VETERINARY answer. ;

head suddenly and glanced around ner- TO GET SOME MONEY and I knewit Debating Society, the present winners SCIENCE. '. There are young men in the agri- !! j

vously as if expecting to see Deputy would be a rare sight, so I entered," have held it two years and the cultural classes from all sections of

Sheriff Harrell enter with the chains was the ready response of :Mr. Roberts Peabody Club one ,year. The University has recently been the state, and the answers to the

and manacles that would spell the end who among those that don't The debate of Monday night was able to elect a professor of veterinary Hoosier's question were varied and f

of his liberty. know him, has a reputation for truth-' by far the best exacted{ in the 1918 science in the College of Agriculture.This generally comprehensive. i J

The prosecuting witness, Mr. Nor- fulness. series; so well prepared, and so well was made possible by appropriation The students as a basis for their

ton, sat facing the defendant with a All.evidence being in, it was at this delivered were the arguments of both made by the last Florida thesis generally commenced with a t

satisfied expression on his face; he stage of the trial that the attorneyson sides that doubt as to the final out- Legislature. The College has been mathematical calculation by which l'

was expecting to get justice in the each side placed their arguments come was only dispelled by the reportof fortunate in securing the services of they found that the Hoosier's $3,500 i
through the before the jury. E. O. Hall and W. Dr. John Spencer, a graduate of the Indiana
of
court; and thus he the chairman, on the decision of could purchase 24 acres :
long-drawn-out trial-a picture of L. Mahon were for the prosecutionand the judges, that the. affirmatives had famous Ontario Veterinary College land at the prevailing price in the

gorged contentment. When the jury A*A. Green and G. E. Walker for He was, for nine years, teacher of vicinity where the renter lived.

- returned their verdict, a pained look the defense. won.The John Marshall Debating So- veterinary science at Virginia Poly- In nearly all counties represented j .
After about hour of discussion, and he has also beena
an technic Institute,
of fear and hate flashed across his ciety of the Law College was Represented in the school students were familiar .;
the jury, composed of Getzen, fore- teacher at the University of Wisconsin -
features-he feared revenge from the by Dewey Dye, S. L. Scruggsand with localities where desirable land
Thomas Scruggs, Benz, Thorn- the of Minnesota.
man, and University
released Mr..Dye."Gentlemen A. P. Marshall while the Agricul- could be purchased for $50 an acre or
ton and Sanders jurymen, handed ina Doctor Spencer has recently been in
of the jury began tural Club of the Ag. College was less, and often in communities where
to the effect that they couldn'tagree and vaccine
private productionwork.
Prosecuting: Attorney E. O. Hall after paper championed by G. C. Roberts Paul serum settlers yet profit by free range for
as to verdict. He is brother of ProfessorA.
the prisoner had been arraigned be- Camp and Frank Edwards.Mr. a cattle. All of the students are from ,

fore the bar of justice and had entereda showed the unsettled and P. Spencer, assistant director of counties where the tall corn makes ft !
Dye
plea of "not guilty," and the jury FLORIDA ALUMNUS HONORED. dangerous condition in America, and the agricultural extension division, necessary to use step ladders in the

had been sworn in, "this defendant is declared that "conscription of labor and is no stranger to Florida condi- corn shucking season, or to bend the i
malicious assault with Those students who are keeping up tions. Doctor Spencer is spending
charged with a stalks to reach the ears, the plan gen-
to stop the onrush of
was
necessary the in New York and Ontario
the of the traditions of the institution on summer ,
intent to kill
upon person erally adopted.
cham- ;
and heartless
the most ruthless
where he is material for
student in the the greeted with great ap- preparing
Oscor. H. Norton, a campus
In of these counties there are I
nations
of brute force
pions ;among a many
work at the Florida College
next year's
President Murphree's an-
and Sciences plause
of Arts ,
Department nation that would grind down a free orange orchards, and pineapple fields
of The
Universityhas
nouncement of the bestowal of the Agriculture.
i while that worthy gentleman was tak-
people beneath the peel of autocracyand which produce fruit the like of which '
; ing off his coat, to collect a debt of French Croix de Guerre upon Roswell long needed a specialist in this '
; :
the Hoosier
make the Declaration of Inde- never saw, except on occasions -
field. Students anxious to
of Jacksonville for his gallantryin are very
due from King
onedollar long since past when he them by II,
pendence the jeer of the cynics the purchased
action. take up this line of work. In view of
Mr. Nor-
the miserly Mr- Dye. While the from Florida and i
crate
travesty of freedom and the greatest just ;
the of live-
students and membersof present rapid progress
and The faculty !
ton in this most unhandy
was other that shines in comparison
produce
illusion of all times. t
stock the of Doctor
embarrassing position the defendant the University of Florida were industry, work
with Indiana's finest.
without reasonable cause, assaultedthe thrilled with pride to learn of the Mr. Roberts, with his most power- Spencer at the college will be of immense -

prosecuting witness and inflicted great honor paid Lieutenant Roswell ful and masterful style, presented the value to the State. He will The same condition obtains in con-: i

many painful and serious injuries. King, an alumnus of the University. proposition that to adopt the con- also prepare circulars on livestock nection with a long list of productsof

Such valor and as demon- scription of labor would mean to re- diseases. the temperate zone and every one
For this reason it is your duty as courage
good and true men of the country to strated by Lieutenant King has made ward labor's just service with slavery.He that grows in the Hoosier state flour }
stated that increasing discon- of all remind ishes here in the eternal sunlight in
' bring in a verdict ,of guilty." U. of F. proud, of her men. by Times logic us
the tent it would in fact lower efficiency.Mr. We can make our lives sublime, unequalled splendor.
Mr. O. H. Norton, prosecuting {
I witness,took the stand and introducedthe In Sales Class. Scruggs showed that the plan And by asking many questionsTake Naturally the Aggies universally

first evidence for the prosecution.He was more efficient, and would enable up all the teacher's time.-Ex. reached the conclusion the Hoosier

He testified that at numerous times Prof. Arnold:-"Where is Mr. Wil- the government to have all the laborers would better fold his tent and steal

the defendant had acted toward him son?" when and where it wanted "I'm quite a near neighbor of yours away from Hooppole township. It

in an insulting and ,rude manner, and Norton-"He is in Evidence class." them. now. I'm living just across the river." was noted that hooppoles, also grow

I in unguarded moments had chewed his Prof. Arnold="He can't _be. I don't Mr. Camp insisted that the plan was "Indeed! I hope you'll drop in some tall and supple in.the ."Land of, the

ear, to his great pain and annoyance. see him. unenforcable and would result in un- day. Ex. Flowers."

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SEMINOLEJACKSONVILLE
This advice is probably the HOTEL

1 S. STEIN Editor in Chief wisest and most patriotic that

SETH CLARKSON_Managing Editor could be given at the present
DEWEY DYE....Asst. Mng. Editor FLORIDA'S'MOST POPULAR HOTEL
time. Only one exception could
LOFTON BROWN_Local Editor
L J. W. DALTON.....Athletic Editor be taken to it. It should perhaps University of Florida's Jacksonville .Headquarters
K. C. HITCHCOCKExchange Editor I have been stressed more that

R Business Department this advice applies only to those Rates from $1.50 up .

F. M. DE VANE.. . .3Ianager men who utilize their opportunities J. RUSSELL PETERS Asst.
J.: B. POUND; President CHAS. G. DAY, Manager Mgr
LLOYD Z. MORGANAss't Bus. Mgr.D. here to the full. It was

s V. ROUSE......Circulation Mgr. probably not intended that those -

Entered as second-class matter, who shirk and sidestep their -

September 28, 1912, at the postoffice duties here, and we have many would hesitate before comparingit -

+ at Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of such, should take this advice to to a square-hewn block of NICK DAMATOHigh

March 3d, 1879. themselves. granite. But soon, if you remained -

Place all communications and news The time has come when he in his vicinity, you could Grade TailorNext
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items in boxes designated for that who does not serve in the Uni- not help noticing his superb animal to McCollum's: Drug Store lUONEY] TO LOAN
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purpose in Peabody and Language versity and does not elect to spirits, his superabundant Fellows,my spring-summer line is

a : Halls. serve in the Army is no longer vitality, his ruddy complexionand in. Come and se us.
Uncle Moses
the spring in his step. Then EdelsteioEXCHANGES
Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.00. regarded as a national asset. CLEANING, PRESSINGAND
i I he smiled at you; and you were REPAIRING

War Talk. lost. You were his friend.

% I r EDITORIAL .1 Criticism and discussion of There was something spontaneous -I Phone 511
: ( and irresistible about
I
S governmental policies in war- __ -
that smile. It warmed and
you
time
be valid
may or they may ADVANCED DEGREEIS
1 The Faculty Speaks. be harmful. It all depends upon disarmed you and seemed to say, NOW ASSUREDThe I

i X Whether or not to leave the the judgment and information "I like you. You look clean and Law College has taken another J

University for the camp is the possessed by the individual who square and you'll find me the step forward along the pathway of

I i, problem that has been confront- does the talking. same. Let's be friends." And progress and will offer, after this TODAY.For .

ing the students all over the The much exercised American that ended the argument. You year the degree of Juris Doctor (J.D.)
{ the last few were beaten hands down. There to all students who in addition to hav-
; country during prerogative of free speech has to obtain why be sad when Life's too short
ing requirements
months. It is a problem not was no withstanding the lovable necessary To hold much
1 found and will continue to finda the degree of Bachelor of Laws hold joy or pain.
easily solved. On one hand thereis vast field for its outlet in war and cheery personality that gave also an academic degree from any If things are wholly lost, your teals

the government calling on situations. College students and itself expression in that pleasing. reputable university. In addition to Won't bring them back again.

V men not of draft age to volunteer college professors-the same as smile. And ;yet it was not a permanent the academic degree, it is essential
that the candidate for this advanced Look forward to the morrows: glad
i; ; in the numerous branches of everyone else-are talking about feature by any means, Be while
merry you may
degree should obtain marks at least
: = the service where men are the war. Nor is it wrong that when the occasion warrantedthat .11 ten per cent above the regular passing And don't let last week's sorrows sad

j I # needed-and needed badly. On they should be. They may be, it smile could and did come grade. Mar your joy today.

the other hand the plea is made is true, great offenders if they off. More than once in the old Graduates of law schools who are

that there is and will continueto take a stand on grounds of ig- 6th Ave. Grammar School at now in Florida will be enabled to take Tomorrow, tho, the college boy

be a shortage of trained men, norance or misinformation. But Tampa or while he was at Hills- advantage of this offer and by Must hie himself to war.
I This thought his joy should not
spending a at the University in aBej,
I N that the universities can best college men and 'borough High School it came off year
women may regular attendance obtain this degree.It But now should smile the mom
i jii give this training, that they will just as truly be powerful de- and a fighting glint stole into is anticipated that a number of

; n ultimately serve best who stand fenders if they labor in the pro- his eyes when some act of bullying those who hold bachelor of law de- You live TODAY,' and not next year
f!4 and wait awhile meanwhile called for of So do your bfst to keep
motion of accurate knowledge a squaring ac grees will take advantage of this op-
: t.:: i conscientiously preparing themselves about the war-defenders of the counts. He could be serious, too, portunity.The Today a time of smiles and cheer,

; I. .jtai tai for the task ahead. The Allies, of their own country, and when necessary. However, ina decision to give this degree has It will not help to weep.A .
i iI! placed the Law College in rank with
J War Department says: Enlist of the colleges of few minutes, when either he life's too short
as places the leading law schools in the United too very brief
f and do your bit in France. Many or the other fellow had been
learning. States. This degree is not offered by To hold a deal of joy
a tl, f' of our leaders in. the conflict, There is nothing more ludi- thrashed, his irresistible spirits any other law school in the South and If you let dark destroying grief

)i 'i 1. among them President Wilson crous or pathetic than to hear a came back and "Herby" was is given only by those Northern col- Steal half of it, my boy.

't 1 i himself, say: Stay in school man argue about some great himself again. leges whose work is recognized be Exchange.

ti: t' until you are called. Amid this question.- of- the.- world war about Thru grammar school, on of a standard quality.

,, 11 I Babel of discord and confusion, which he possesses absolutely no thru high school, to the Univer- BRACERS FOR. STUDENTS. THINKING.If .

: one is hard put to it to know his definite information. True, even sity he came, smiling all the "Observations as to the probablecause

I, duty. the highest officials and great- while. More than one teacher of the considerable number of you think you have been beaten

At Florida who at first thought him rejections of candidates for you are;
as elsewhere the est thinkers cannot tell us defi-i only a Reserve If you think you dare not, you dooT;
IJ; problem has become acute. nitely of the future. But what happy go lucky fellow soon Officers at Training Camps.-Adj. If you'd like to win, but think yo1can't

fi5; Many of the fellows have already knowledge there is available of found out his mistake. Beneath ter Genl.dated H. P.Aug.McCain 26. ,1917.in a circular let- ,

l gone. More are planning the past and present should bea that smiling exterior there lay 1. Slouchiness. Mental and physical -I It's almost a cinch you won't.

y to go. Still others are waver-i (Constant field of inquiry for hidden a capacity for achieve- indifference; slackness in thought,
: r ing. The great battles in Pic- the college man. ment and leadership. Both at in understanding and in acting; lack If For you think you're lost, you're lost,
I out of the world find
! : ardy and Flanders high school and college under of mental alertness and we
; t together The United States govern- accuracy. Success begins with a fellow's will;
I i f with Lloyd George's disillusioning ment, fully realizing the import- cover of that disarming smile, do Moral-Wake the little up; take an.interest; It's all in the state of mind.If .

] I f call for men have not been ance of the dissemination of correct he did things. And ;yet while 2. Slovenly things Speech.especially well.
Failing to
;4 ... without their effect. Patriotism I knowledge, has, thru the there were many who admired speak in a clear well-rounded voice; you think you're outclassed. YOu

t and duty have of recent months Committee on Public Informa- him there ,were more who loved not opening the mouth and using the are;

t been pointing unmistakably in tion, issued the War Informa- him. He literally won his way lips; running the words together. You've You've got got to to be think sure high of yourself to rise.before

! j ,one direction to those who will tion Series of pamphlets. These thru school with a smile. Moral-Speak up; practice getting
the
words
out of the
r not look beneath the surface. handbooks are issued because of When the U. F. Ambulance 3. Hesitancy.up Not thinking throat.clearly You ever can win a prize.Life's .

if f Under the circumstances the a belief that "this war is not to Corps was recruited here last I and positively; not deciding immediately -
little symposium held in Chapel be won by an established doc-- spring he went with the others. ; "beating about the bush." battles don't always go

Friday morning and arrangedby trine nor by an official theory, Shortly thereafter news came to Moral-Come"bluff." to the point; don't try But To soon the or stronger late the or man faster who man wins;

Dr. Murphree ought to have but by an enlightened opinion from camp that "Herby" Ford 4. Slouchy Is the one who thinks he can.

excellent results. In view of the based on truth," and further- was sergeant and about the most the military position Bearing.when Abandoning -Exchange.The .
not in
: fact that no expression of opin-. more that "the facts of historyand efficient and reliable: they had ranks.: carelessness in_ waiVin.. (
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; :11 ion -had- -been previously request- life are the only arsenals to yet seen. Recently" the boys Moral-Heads up; shoulders back; day was drawing to a close.

t i ; ed of them, the remarkable una which Americans need resort in went across. Now "Herby" and push back on the collar button; hands Judge, jurors, witnesses and lawyers

il'! nimity with which the members order to defend the justice of his smile are on duty, getting free. all the were growing weary.! Counsel i&

:{i of the faculty who spoke looked their cause." things done and making friends, ders 5. or No to Grit.receive Unwilling rebuke; not to take trainedto or- the defendant.prosecution was cross-exanunis

$ : at the question ought to -convince Men of U. F., it is up to you on some- shell-scarred sector in true subordination; no persistenceunder "Exactly how far is it between the

; everyone that for the to get busy and know the facts France. discouraging conditions; not two towns?" he asked at length. F<*
young man under twenty-one before you tell what you would Ability and grit will take a trained to take the rough edges of some time Paddy stood thinking the .

I' 1 the patriotic course is to remain do "if you were President" man a long way. Couple them life. "About four miles as the cry flow*,"
in school. with a smile and they must prove Moral-Don't be a "quitter." came the answer.
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i I irresistible. "You mean 'as the flow cries,'" corrected *
Can you best serve your country The Value of a Smile. A lawyer was examining a Scottish the man of law.

j by enlisting at once or by Herbert was the name farmer. "You'll affirm that this hap- The ,*

I ,It waiting until you are better pre- wished on him by his parents, SCHOOL FOR RADIO OPERATORS. Let pened when be you were going to a mteal. he remarked judge, leaned"he means forward."No'as the W

; pared?-this was the issue but to the boys he was just plain Although the University expectedto because us it quite is an certain on this point crows.'"
important
I f. raised. And the wisdom of the 'Uerb;}"." There was nothing continue through the summer, the good enough to tell me, sir,one.with Be They all looked at one another feel-

latter alternative is amply evi- unusual about Herbert Ford, '19, school for radio operators, which has little prevarication as possible, what as ing that something was wrong some.
I denced by the fact that from been doing such good work in training meal it was where. -- Pittsburg Chronicle-Tele
I of U. F. at first sight. His brow you were going home to."
.\ drafted men for service in the Signal graph.
"You
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among representative was neither high nor exceptionally Corps difficulties meal
principally finan- it ?"
was said the
members of the faculty called bulging, his eyes were not cial, in the way of carrying out this "Yes sir Scotchman. C
; I should like They i
Were Slissouri
to know
Playing the ,
f to the nota plan ,
upon present question generally considered either are practically unsurmountable. replied the counsel sternly and im- Waltz
single dissenting voice was dreamy or expressive, and as for Accordingly, no new students will be pressively. "Be sure to tell the
raised. As one man they im- his chin, while it was not exactlyof accepted in the radio school after May truth." :-
1 1st. The work of the students now in "Well Dye-"That's a good one-step." ,j
pressively said, "Go on withLiL1 the receding then, it was just oatmeal. (
variety n1
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ITEMS A pleasant occasion of this week-
AND EVERY NIGHT
end was a most delightful dance given
by the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Frater-

The Pensacola Club gave a feed and nity at their new Chapter rooms. The High Class Motion Pictures
bull fest" last week in Room 61, keys of the piano began to rattle at : I
the hour of nine and from then on .
[omas. I F
'Gator society witnessed one of the I

S. A. B. Wilkinson is spending the "pepperiest" affairs of the year.j
Peek with his people in Alabama.Gene "Fess'' music was extra fine and all Lyric Theter :
were in the humor to have a good

Carpenter, Alfred Marshalnd time, and they certainly carried it out. !t
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Frank DeVane spent several. days During the evening delicious fruit Your Patronage Invited .j t}:
last week in Tallahassee. punch was served. .l
The following ladies were present:

Noris Levis is spending a few dayst Misses Stripling, Davis and Gissen-
, home in Sanford.Mr. daner of Ocala, :Miss Jones of Atlanta, f
:Misses Chesnut Futch, Parker, Flem-

Sam Kalin, from Perry, is here ming, Boring Chesnut, Richardson United Shoe Store :
g work in the Radio course. DePass Cannon and Richardson. Mr. [ .
and Mrs. Finley Cannon chaperoned. *

Horace Loomis has entered the service SEMINOLE WILL BE Two Well Known Brands

of Uncle Sam and is now inspecting OFF PRESS SHORTLYThe
bugs in Baker county luck to the Crossett Educator :
University of Florida Seminole,
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bugs."Shortie"
potato 1918 edition, will be issued May 15th.It .
on was expected by George Bailey, University Avenue next to Busy Bazaar .
after his severe editor-in-chief, that copies would be I #
ork in the Law College is quietly distributed May 1st, but owing to delay -
sting at home in St. Augustine.C. by the engraver in returning the

cuts this was rendered impossible. When you want Hardware BAIRD has it
S. Ogilvie has joined the navyd ,Editor Bailey reports now that all
is now stationed at Newport, R. I. the write-ups and cuts are in the Reach's Football Goods, Wright & Ditson Tennis Rackets and Athletic Goods, East- _

hands of the printer and that the man Kodaks and Supplies, Reach's Baseball Goods, Louisville Slugger Bats all latest

Duly Bridges made his week-end completed copies will be out in about models, Remington, U. M. C. and Winchester Ammunition, Remington and Automatic.

.sit home as usual. two weeks. Pump Guns. Remember we carry as complete\ a stock as money can buy. !, l',
The business Manager. Marcus

Jimmie Brice, Wyche Getzen, W. L. Brown has stated that the Seminolehas WHOLESALE AND RETAIL "' ,I

ennet and F. M. Markwood spent. the "paid for itself" as was planned '
(peek-end at Jacksonville.J. when the first efforts were launchedsome BAIRD HARDWARE co.

months ago. PHONE 7 .
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C. Nixson i back again taking The subscription books will be
work in Peabody College.A. closed in a few days, but up to date
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M. Musser left last week for students and to alumni. *
The Seminole this will be
year one
tlanta to join the navy.
of the most beautiful, and unique an- I
Gainesville Furniture Co
returned Sunday af- nuals in the school's history, for it is :h t
embellished with of all
pictures
new i
Live
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)ak. _&- the fusely University illustrated buildings with cartoons, and is drawn pro- Full Line Victrolas and Records J

from real incidents that have hap-
Artis Brown left Sunday for Wau- .
hula, where he will endeavor to aida pened around the campus during the COME IN AND HEAR NEW RECORDS I
the production of food.J. past college year. II I
Frank Edwards, local editor, has GAINESVILLE FLORIDA i
been burning the midnight oil quite iI
short I
M. Stears left Friday for a
frequently of late working up into
tay at home.
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and actions of
near-bright sayings
"Bull" Young has left school for
the students and professors. -
he remainder of the term to assistis During the past two or three weeks There is only one kind of Glasses for YOUR vision. and
father on the farm.
heads of' departments and membersof that is the
the staff have been at work con-
Paul Hayman of the Senior class ABSOLUTELY CORRECTWe
stantly in the Seminole rooms in
eft school last week to join the navy.
Thomas Hall in order that all the
details of publication might be at- grind all lenses used in our prescription work. No delay. !
NSPECTION TRIPS
tended to, before several of them en-
FOR AG. STUDENTSIn tered the service. C. H. COLES Si SON : .t

order io gain proficiency in prac- -
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS : .f.fi
NEW OFFICERS
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of
iCe as well as in theory, members
rofessor Rast's classes in Agronomy AND NEW ROOMS i tj

I journeyed to Newberry on a tourf After a lecture by Dr. Cox of the j k. fIi

educational inspection Thursday Teachers' College, Sunday afternoon,
fternoon.A Y. M. C. A. officers for next year T. F. THOMAS,President R. W. THOMAS Treasurer O. H. THOMAS.Secretary .,:
large number of the students en- were elected.
oiled in this department of the Ag- The officers elected were: Duke The Thomas Company Inc 4

icultural College made the trip, Williams, president; William Madison, .

hich included investigation of the vice-president; William Dickerson. HARDWARE, IMPLEMENTS, SEED !
iard and soft rock phosphate plant lo- treasurer.
ated at Newberry, and also examinaion -. The Florida chapter of the Y. M. Gainesville, Fla. : ,
of certain plats of foreign grasses C. A. has been very active the past ,
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Town in the vicinity, including Ken- year, having raised a large sum of
ucky bluegrass and Northern clover. money for war work, moved to new THE INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. and THE JOHN DEERE PLOW CO.
Other classes in the Agricultural rooms and conducted successfully a F
epartment have almost daily for the! series of race study lectures. All Kinds of Farming Tools ; -

ast week been going on excursionsn They announce that soon the sweet -- -
the surrounding country to judge strains of a Victrola may be heard i --
tock of all species. issuing from their new room, which is .
Each year these trips form a por-: located at number 1, Buckman Hall.
ion of the regular instruction in the They announce that next year room FIRST NATIONAL BANK I ;
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gricultural College and one looked number 2, Buckman Hall, will be
orward to by the coming farmers pressed into service as a pool room. i::1 i
nth bright expectations for the dif- This proposed pool room will have all Ga.inesvilleFla.. i
erent stock raisers usually have the advantages of a public pool room I' :

omething by way of cigars or light without the association.The I DEPOSITOR.Y' I t iI i-
eats" for the boys as refreshments. Y. M. C. A. next year will always UNITED STATES !: :
be open as an information bu:
Hereafter when copies of any publication reau and will keep on file several $100,000.00 I I
of the second class, mailed by daily papers. In addition they will I Capital $100,000.00 Surplus I !III
- publisher at the pound rate or free carry the mail handle all express

the county of publication are un- and sell stamps and perhaps small
eliverable at the address thereon, the confections and various other sundry
ostmaster at the office of destination articles. ""i i

hall promptly notfiy the publisher of An effort will soon be made to gaina .
Ihe fact, giving the reason therefor, little financial aid by a subscriptionamong
nd copies received five weeks aftere the students. In announcingthis .
mailing of the notice to the pub- the cabinet also announces that Alachua County Abstract :GaB. ,

'sher, and in no instance until two any donations of furnishings,'as pen- f
uccessive issues thereof have been pants, pictures, rocking chairs, etc., ;
ublished, shall under such regula- will .be welcome in fitting up the l R. COLSON President,1
ions. as the Postmaster General may rooms. .. ', .
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jihe publisher thereof charged with "Say, Grandpa, make a noise like a f

stage at the third-class rate. All frog." .... ...- -...., "- -.. '
iws and parts of laws in conflict with's "What for, my son?"

act are hereby repealed. (Act "Why, papa says when you croak the above advertisers
student Is requested and urged to patronize
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