The Florida alligator
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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
Orange and blue bulletin
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 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>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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The Florida AlligatorVol. ; :! ;


VI University of Florida, Gainesville, Wednesday, May: 29, 1918 No. 28 f fF.

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ment has perfected plans for the en- _

FOR NEW OFFICERSWilson rollment numbers and of training of considerable ISJNOUNCED the result of action taken by the INJAINESVILLEAgricultural ; t i i
engineering officers. A
newly elected officers of the Athletic i
school for this -
training the
as Association, decided upon at a meeting I
Marshall, Mudge, Warner United States Navy Steam Engineering Franklin Editor, Dye Managing the night of their election, a meeting Student Causes a

Morgan, Gunn, and Dye School, has been established at Editor, and Mudge Business of the student body was called Member of the Alligator Staff J

Are Elected-Hold First Meeting the Stevens Institute of Technology, Manager All These Men last Thursday afternoon in order to To Do Research Work-HoldOver F : .
Night of Election. Hoboken, New Jersey, under the guid- rouse "pep" and spirit. i'i i
Have Had Experience. from Last Year.'I
ance of Dean F. L. Pryor as civilian Many orators at different stages of 'l
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the meeting displayed great emotion
The Florida Athletic Association The course consists of five months'training I Recently members of the Alligatorstaff and love for their "Alum Mattress", The fact that a certain agricultural t f {i

beld the annual meeting for the elec- divided as follows: for next year were selected ata as one expressed it. student has been repeatedly seen with r .' J I

tion of officers for the next school .One month of military training at meeting of the combined classes Farrior, Stone, DeVane and Mar- a wrist watch in his possession. has -/; ( '

year, some time ago. the Naval Training Camp. Pelham Bay held in the chapel room. shall were called upon to contributeto resulted in a little original research .I :i I
Tickets had been prepared and intense Park, New York. Paul Franklin, who next year will the program. These men. togetherwith work, of which the following effort is i r

interest was shown by the votersin One month at the U. S..Navy Steam be a junior in the College of Engineering a goodly number of volunteers, a result: I

the election of their respective se- Engineering School. was elected to take the place of did much to stir up the necessary "Ladies, the bracelets upon your ;
lects. :Many of the candidates had to Two months' practical training onboard Editor-in-Chief, which during the latter spirit. arms tonight placed there by the ; p 1

be voted upon several times in orderto ships and in repair shops in part of this year has been success- The sum and substance of the talks thrilled hand of love, are souvenirs of I >

determine the choice. the vicinity of New York. fully filled by Sam Stein., Mr. Franklin was the necessity of keeping prospec- your mother's bondage. The wand of ;

Leo Wilson was elected to the presi- One month finishing course at the will prove a splendid leader for the tive university students in Florida; civilization has changed them from : ii

dency of the association. He will U. S. Navy Steam Engineering School. Alligator staff of next year, having especially was it urged not to allow iron to shining, glittering gold." ; 's

make a very efficient man for this The school is open to men between had considerable experience along athletic timber to emigrate to the That is what Robert G. Ingersoll, ,

position, as he has the welfare of twenty-one and thirty, who are physi- these lines in high school; he is alsoa schools farther north.It the orator told an audience in the : a? + j

Florida and her athletic life at heart. cally qualified of thorough ability and leader in his literary courses, whichis was announced at this meeting closing days of the last century, which !!: ;.

Mr. Wilson is an old football "F" man, officer-like character, and who have a prerequisite of a good editorial that several games for a football ushered in the days of the wrist watch .; '

and ex-manager of the baseball team. completed the engineering course atan'y writer.To schedule had been obtained, and that and leather band with buckle, whose :1 i

The vice-presidency fell to A. P. recognized technical school. succeed Seth Clarkson as Man- tentative; plans were afoot to secure predecessor is said to have been the :

Marshall who is also an old "F" man This school presents particularly desirable aging Editor, Dewey Dye was chosen. others for football and for all dried thongs of bear and buffalo, fastened ;.1(t

in football and was a.member of the opportunities to the young Mr. Dye during the past year has branches of sport. with a safety pin of the prongsof ;

track team last year. He served as technical man, both in affording hima been actively engaged as assistant to Coach Buser will be in the city all an elk or deer.
a member on the Board of Directorsof proper outlet for his trained faculties Mr. Clarkson. The valuable experi- summer. Persons who discover pros- The wrist watch is said to be growing -

the Athletic Association the"past ; during the war and in roundingout ence he has obtained in this positionfits pective students athletic or otherwise in popularity wonderfully in

school year. In this office he has his college work with a practicalcourse him to take up the manifold tasksof should communicate with him or with Gainesville and long ago crowded out :

donated his best efforts to the student and school experience which the higher office.V. the office in order that they may be the fad of ankle watches in the larger f

body.V. will be of value to any engineer.The D. Mudge succeeds F. M. De- supplied with literature. cities, which never were popular in i i

D. Mudge was selected as secre- service that a graduate from Vane as Business Manager. This try- the University City. I i. !
tary and treasurer. In a short talk he the school will perform will be that ing position, which requires sound JOHN MARSHALL It is the utility of the wrist watch ; I

pledged his support to athletic en- of an engineer-officer in the auxiliary judgment and sagacity, will be in safe ELECTS OFFICERS which is said to appeal especially to I E

deavors of the students. Mr. Mudge service of the Navy. A graduate of hands with Mr. Mudge at the wheel.In AND DISBANDS soldiers and sailors, and the demand }:

has been unable to participate in the school will be commissioned an order to gain proficiency the for these watches to be used as pres- 5

sports actively, but has always takena Ensign in the U. S. Naval Reserve newly elected staff will edit the remaining Wednesday morning ,the John Mar- ents for Uncle Sam's men has so

personal interest in their proper de Force. numbers of the Alligator.The shall Debating Society held their last largely exceeded the supply and the ,

velopment. Information has been sent to all positions of Society Editor Exchange formal meeting of the year. Some old capacity of factories engaged in their .

Members of the Board of Directorswere registered technical schools and Editor, Athletic Editor and business was attended to, after which manufacture that these concerns and .I.,
Henry Warren, Walter Gunn, should be on file at the president'soffice. Local Editor are opea, as care the .positions officers for the first semester next' the wholesalers are far behind with

Lloyd Morgan and Dewey Dye. These For any additional details application of assistants to Mr. Dye and year were elected. their orders.

men are the proper men in the proper can be made to the Civilian Mr. Mudge. Any persons who have Each candidate upon the announce- It was recently stated at a Gaines '

place, for each has engaged in some Director, U. S. Navy Engineering aspirations along journalistic lines ment of his election, delivered a short ville jeweler's that the radio-lite and
athletic activity. School Stevens Institute Hoboken should make it known to members of illuminate idea which enters into man-
sort of university talk by which they made it clear thata
They realize as no others could the N. the staff at once by written applica- better and a bigger John Marshallwas ufacture of modern wrist watches appeals '

needs and will do their utmost to secure J.Any men, graduates or undergraduates tion, stating the position desired and the program next year. especially to the men of the 4

those needs to the school. who are registered in the draft experience. Appointments will be Following is the list of those elect- army and navy. The darker the night

The newly elected officers held their can enroll with the proper enrolling made this year or the first of next. ed: Dewey Dye, president; Kehr or the more dismal the trench, the

first meeting the night of the election officer by securing from the draft Knight, vice-president; L. B. Saun- more readily may the wearer discern I

an account of which may be found in board a letter of release which in all DER KAISER'S PRAYER. ders, secretary and treasurer; A. P. the hour as indicated by the watch on

another column. probability can be obtained for this Marshall critic; and F. M.' DeVane his wrist.A .
invention which adds muchto
purpose, provided the men are not included Mein Gott, vill you be my partner, sergeantatarms.After recent
OFFICERS CHOSEN FOR, in the current draft quota. You know who I am, die election of officers John the utility and durability of wrist

FARR LITERARY SOCIETYThe Special provision has been made for I am the German Kaiser, Marshall was adjourned until next watches is in the nature of a huntingcase
which be usedon
the continuance of the school with The Emperor Will, I am. year. attachment may .
material occasions or discarded at will, and
proper by a Navy regulation
Farr Literary Society after a which while the ..
which permits under-graduates of the You know I whipped dem Belgians, NEW MEMBERS FOR protecting crystal
most successful year along all linesof for the time
freshman, sophomore and junior And mit bullets filled Russia full. THE WRESTLING CLUBAt provision _
endeavor; both forensic and liter- indicated in the
classes in recognized engineering And I'll whip France and Italy, through open spaces
officers and .
elected the following
ary schools to enroll in the Navy with a And blow up Johnny Bull. a recent meeting of the Wrestling case.Wrist ,
formally disbanded for the remainderof watches for soldiers for
or J
rating Seaman 2nd Class and continue Club new members were enrolled,
the year.President. their courses at the Institutions where Now, for all dem oder nations consisting of Yancey, Warner Chat- men in civilian life have a range in
R. L. Earnest; vicepresident they have matriculated. Such men I don't give'a dam, ham, Lee and Clark. These additionsto price from $4.50 to $30, although they
O. II. Norton; secretary and be much
will be called into active service after If you'll just be my partner, the membership roll were those may purchased at a higher "
treasurer. Harold Bache; and repre- for the also !
their graduation and can at that time, I'll whip that Uncle Sam. men who were skillful enough to com- figure. Dainty ones girls
sentative to the debating council R. the but
to at
begin $4.50 figure
range ,
if they are physically qualified to passan pete in the finals of this year.
L. Earnest. officer's physical examination en- You know I got dem submarines, After welcoming these new men no limit has yet been placed on the

roll for the course at the U. S. Navy All Europe knows dot veil, into the club the following officers range. A demonstrator at the recent ;
ALPHA national convention of at :If
PHI ALPHA AND ALPHA Steam Engineering School. But dot Edison got a patent now, were elected: Warner, president; jewelers
ENJOY WEEK-END CAMP AT St. Louis wore one that was priced at ( ;
Vot blows dem all to hell. Yancey secretary and treasurer.The .
Wrestling Club is one of the
E. C. ARNOLDA it said the
Incidentally was by
Now, Gott. if you vill do this, few student organizations on the cam-
elers this convention that the demand .
Observing the custom of the past Den you I vill always love, pus which is so fortunate as to have at -
recent issue of the American Law for diamonds has increased sincea
few years, the two local fraternities And I vill be Emperor of the earth, money in the treasurer's hands; all r
annual the Review, published in St. Louis, Mo., state of war with Germany was de- '
enjoyed their outings over And you be Emperor above. surplus over necessary running ex-
and reputed to be the oldest clared. The of these
week-end of May 11th to 13th. This legal pub- penses will be expended on equipment. greater number
year the outing was made a joint affair lication in the United States, containsa But, Gott. if you refuse me this, diamonds are settings for rings with j
at Palm short article by Prof. E. C. Arnold, Tomorrow night at eleven. which the departing soldiers pledge '
in the form a camp STUDENTS IN
Springs. Owing to the fairness of on recent action in regard to the liquor I'll call my Zeppelins all out, 2,100 SUMMER SHIPYARD ENROLLED WORK. their troth with the girls they leave
traffic. And declare Heaven. behind them.C. .
of war on
the weather and the impartiality so
The article is brief of Crane
a vs.
many winged angels of Satan, mos- I wouldn't ask dis from Since
you, January 1, a total of 2,100students
Rollins Campbell, sheriff, a case decided by W. LONG GETS APPOINTMENT. j
quito nets served as tents.-
the Supreme Court of Idaho. This But it can be plainly seen, in colleges and technical
Sandspur. court encroached little further Dot ven Edison pushes the button, schools of the East, South and of the \
a upon Den, to Hell wid the submarine. Pacific coast have enrolled for sum- Last fall C. W. (Possum) Long left
and held it illegal
our personal liberty,
BAYONET WORK AT OHIO STATE. -Exchange.It mer vacation and post-graduate workin school to join the Navy. His head-
to have liquor in a person's possessionin
since then have been
territory. the shipping industry as an out- quarters Key
Stern-faced men in khaki rushing dry took the three judges of the con- come of addresses by Prof. Frank P. West, and in the training camp until

viciously with fixed bayonets at Hunsin THE NEW HAMPSHIRE.A test less than three minutes to rendera McKibben, head of the.Civil Engineering January. Since then he has been in

effigy is the latest innovation intro- unanimous decision for the Louisiana department of Lehigh University, the public works department, handl- (,
duced by Major Converse, Instructorof call has been issued for all men State University in her only big who is now visiting institutions of ing the official duties relative to the s=

Military Tactics at Ohio State. The who have had any experience at cen- inter-collegiate debating combat of learning in behalf of the EmergencyFleet construction of a large naval hospitalof

dummies are being put up and used ter or backfield to report for prelim- the season against the University of I Corporation of the United States 14 buildings. '

to teach the men the practical as wellas inary spring practice. It seems that Georgia, in Gang Hall, Saturday, Shipping Board. The Tech. Recently, he was permitted on ap-
the theoretical art of bayonet fight- New Hampshire is doing a good thingin night, on the question"Resolved. That plication to take examination for a

ing. It is a finishing touch for their getting ready for football next fall all corporations engaged in interstate The University of Georgia's service commission in staff duties and we

drill. Soon trenches will dot the face by having a spring practice and there- commerce should be required to op- flag now numbers over 1100 men. have just learned of his success and

of the campus and a thorough course by getting a line on what material erate under federal charters consti- What finer evidence can you want of appointment as assistant paymasterwith .

will be given the men.-Perm. ,they tutionality conceded."":"The Reveille. our. patriotism?-Red and Black. rank of ensign.

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I as long as they have it and fall
ing back upon credit when
I money fails. Dances are being HOTEL SEMINOLEJACKSONVILLE :

i FRANKLIN.Editor-in-Chie f planned with the old reckless
DEWEY DYE_.__....Managing Editor abandon to
as expense, every society
I Business Department is still trying to keep up FLORIDA'S MOST POPULAR HOTEL

V. D. MUDGE.____Business Manager the old standard of costly enter Headquarters
Ullh-.noU of Horltlu'a Jm-ksonUlle
Entered as second-class matter, tainment with a reduced membership

September 28, 1912, at the postofficeat to bear the expense, and, Rates, from $1.50 up \
i Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of as a consequence, we are goingto J. RUSSELL PETERS
CHAS. G. DAY Manager Asst
March 3d, 1879. further burden ourselves with J. B. POUND, President Mgr.

debt and disgrace. -
Place all
communications and news ---= =-
c j items in boxes designated for that For the last two or three yearsit
purpose in Peabody and Language has been the habit of organization placed there to fill up space, but -

1 Halls. officers or committees to are the carefully thought out NICK DAMATOHigh

go downtown and involve their ideas of brainy men who give all
Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.00.
t their time to studying out the Grade TailorNext
organizations in an indebtednessfar
beyond their means to pay. problems bearing upon the cur- to McCoIIum's Drug Store MONEY'\ TO LOAN

I EDITORIAL The merchant has trusted to the rent events of the time. Fellows,my spring-summer line is
} I honesty of that student to see The average layman picks upa in. Come and se us.
Uncle Moses'
i i ; that he is paid. This year came paper, glances over the head- CLEANING, PRESSING EdelsttjPERSONAL]
School Spirit. and the dearth of students and lines, and gets some slight ideasas AND REPAIRING

i i! S. The school spirit shown in the among the absent these same to the big occurrences of the

meeting called on Wednesday afternoon thoughtless' contractors who day. It may be that a funda- Phone 511

t after the election of the have never appeared to straighten mental change, in the govern- ,
f Athletic Association officers on things out. mental organization of a nation ----..;;;:
t I r the previous day marks the beginning Now, here is the situation: has been effected as a result of NEW NATIONAL SERVICE -

fZ+ t again of the old "pep" Nearly every class, organization, an appointment, but by the mere COURSE.

: as it was in the previous years fraternity or society on the Hill glance at the article announcingsuch 1

: before war was declared. The owes money from last year to an appointment one may "Community Centers and Democ- ITEMS
racy" is the title of the new National i
I several men who spoke of our merchants downtown. The students not be able to grasp the signifi-
Service course at Columbia Univer-,
t'; I position right now in athleticst who contracted these debts cance of its import. And yet the sity, New York City, as announced by' -

t t-; started the ball rolling and according may not be here and the records busy American hasn't time to the faculty. This course will be open for Bud a day Beville last, who week was after_ on the CQJI
an -
to the in study out the importance of to both and It is the *
1 t sentiment ex are some cases in their hands. men women. of two months, has just undergoperation
3 11 t pressed by others present, Florida The merchant looks at us with a every happening of the day, or first one to be given in response to in Jacksonville for apferf le1
: i will have a bigger year in feeling of distrust and would its magnitude when taken in con- the campaign for the school as com- citis.
which is carriedon
munity being
I f: athletics next year than she has rather not have our business if sideration with prior or subse- by the Council of National Defense -
!, j ever had. it is bad business and risky. quent events. He only crams a and the Bureau of Education.The Nick Harrel has been spenilr I

J j Let everY man begin in his Students who attempt to deal few facts into his head, arid University is giving these courses few days at, his home in Qniaey

!' home town as soon as he getsback with these merchants are meeting doesn't stop to think that per- to train the student to be of aid in'assisting -
1 1 this summer and line up all 1 with rebuffs and told why. haps the very history of human the official machinery of the Frank Morgan the and Brannon tilt
{ Council of National Defense to reach were on campus for a few"
the athletic material possible for The merchants and people of progress itself is undergoingsuch .
into the smallest communities to .sauB1u1mb! PlO SupaaxS 3334.yq.
next year. Come back to school Reno are not turning out to sup- a vital transformation as mobilize and make available the efforts -

yourself and bring one or more port us with their games and to work complete changes in the of the people for the prosecu- George Dansby took a week-eadfeq

men with you who will work for. enterprises, and we wonder why. future. tion of the war.Ex.A to his home at McIntosh.

: ti '. Florida not only for a scholastic'record The reason can be easily found I Here is where the value of

i but for an athletic record by looking over the bad debts editorials comes to the rescue REAL OPTIMIST.It W. G. Wells, R. L. Westm *i
and D. E. Williams left for Hasp
'' I as well. Don't wait for the traveling that we have downtown.We and furnishes a means wherebyone
is enough to be happy Monday on a trip for the Eipema
,; I representative of the college can do something now and can learn the import of the Station.
When life is a bright, rosy wreath;
.1 i to get there, but begin your we must do something soon or facts which he has gotten in the But the man worth whileIs

: self and tell them what we have we will find that the merchants headlines or in the stories Here the man who can smile John Hartman spent the weetal
'{ I here to offer them. will boycott us. It is a disgrace the probable or inevitable resultof While the dentist is filling his teeth. at Micanopy on a visit. '

t Let's all pull together and for students who are trainingfor these facts is discussed by -Ex.
3 make Florida bigger and better high places in the world..to students of political and social Joe Dalton left Saturday fer RB
Practically every junior and seniorin pa, where he will spend a few fe.
Iy, next than ever before. tolerate such business science-men who wonderful
j ;i year poor prin- are college has signed up for the before going on to Plattsburg.
I If ciples. Every neglected mer- historians and who have spent Plattsburg training camp in June, and
I! f End of School Year. chant is a powerful force againstour the greater part of their lives in over two hundred freshmen and soph- Gene Carpenter spent the waned'
The end of the school year of progress and he cannot be studying out the result of factsin omores have signed up hoping that at home in Jacksonville last week.

,i i ;, 1917-18 is upon us and most of blamed. We have an opportunity effecting vital changes in the they may also be allowed to goallof
us feel that our accomplishments now to be economical and political or social organizationof which means that Georgia is to "Red" Brown, who has speak .
have a splendid representation when last few weeks his fa chert tat .-
i;, of this year, while probably not pay off those old debts and the the community or nation at the camp opens on June 3rd.-U. of Wauchula. is on back the ca f1I
;; as good as we would like for support that we will receive large. Ga. to take his final exams.on"
y them to be, are as good as possible from the merchants in return Truly, one is depriving him-

under the circumstances.This will be far more valuable than self of a valuable source of in- ".Handsome He-"That dress you John McKey left for home W

year has been a hard one, the amount of the debt. And formation-which would enlargehis have"on reminds me of a ,certain week and is now working on a rss
but it has been met by the students -i until we do we will never receive vision of world affairs- song. near Bartow.

i the majority of whom more support from them than when he neglects to read the Pretty Handsome She-"Really He-"Sweet? What and song Low.?""

j nave stayed with the intention I we have in the past. The merchant -- comments of America's smart ;--Ex. -- Horace Loomis was on the caaI
; of getting all that they possibly has no way of demanding men.-Reveille. friends.Thursday and Friday greetifig .

t could out of their college course payment because 'he does not A penniless, muddy tramp walked

\l before their services were need- know who is responsible when There is a growing belief that into a small town to see the sights.On I Oberholtzer spent several days fast

i ed by the government. It is the person to whom he made the soft drinks are not the mollycoddle the street he saw a stack of suit week in Jacksonville on business.
,1} patriotic for men to join the sale is absent. Hecan only trustto things they have been sup- cases. There was a big one on top ---

; colors and go to the fighting our honesty, and now he has posed to be. They become a which the had tag a"This tag size tied for to it.$5.00.He" readon The J. A. Schofield left school 1ft'

fronts, but it is more patriotic no trust in that. It is certainlyup strong man more than the jolly- poor tramp sighed deeply, "I do top!" days ago to accept a position in Jad.'

I for the men who are able, to con- to us to redeem ourselves.U. .- fuddle concoctions.-Ex. he said and walked away.-Ex. sonville.

+ + tinue their education and fit of N. Sagebrush.Read .
I themselves better for the carrying ACCEPTED. "Papa, do ministers use carbolic Paul Blackwell spent the week: d

1 J on of affairs in the place of Editorials. acid" his home at Kissimmee.

1 i those who have gone before Most of our readers, like the He-"You" look sweet enough to "Why, no."
a If ,. I them. eat. "Well, they oughta. I heard,Uncle Duke Williams left Sunday to sp***
readers of nearly. every other She-"I do eat. Where shall we John say it burns hell out of p ople." a few days at his home in Jatt a ; Graduates of '18, you have the paper, seem to take the editorial, go?"-Ex. -Purple Cow. ville before going to trainingat
I z r, i I congratulations of the student page as a necessary evil, and Plattsburg.

l r I : body as a whole for the determination confine themselves to lookingover "What Bible verses best describethe Best Kind of Play Is Work.

k, 'i and grit that you have the stories exclusively.Now freshman?" One of the best kinds of play Is UNIVERSITY DEFINITIONS.
shown in "They toil not neither do they spin, work. Many of the elements of
staying by your work; such practice has a very play ,
yet Solomon in all his glory was not enter Into work if it is performed in C ondlbon-A attaisfflent
.311, and may you ever keep in mind bad effect.It arrayed like one of these.Ex.An the right spirit. The most satisfying Cut-A stolen scholarly
that your alma mater stands behind causes the reader to get intoa forms of play are those In which inter pleasure. eviL

e l: I" you ready and willing to habit of not reading that which old colored woman went to the est to succeed is excited and; competition, with desire Freshie-An Faculty-An innocent unnecessary child.

do any and everything within will prove educational and "oth- station to catch a train and on the nite end makes accomplish the game worth some defi- Soph-A worldly wise sage.
her power. erwisely" beneficial. We do not bulletin board she read this: ing. Work Is fatiguing and distaste Junior-A plaything of the taco W
"All trains on time Sept. 1." ful when It is Senior-A real wise
have the nerve to say that it will lacking In these ele guy.
She read it thus ments. lUlL
: Flunk-The hard
result of
: A Matter of Business.
cause him to miss wonderful ar-
"All trains time "
i on 'cep one. Exam.-A relic of the Spanish
Other organizations and the ticles in the Reveille. Far be it "Well," ,she sighed. "I guess that Beet and Wheat Food Value. quisition.
I people about us are practicing from us to take any such posi- ,mus' be th' ole Southern.-Ex.. That there is more food value In Lecture-A total loss of time.
t the strictest economy in these tion, but we do say that it is a I one acre of beets than in four of Holiday-A brief respite.
war times, but it is beginning to bad habit to get into, as edi- He was seated in the parlor, ricultural wheat is the scientists.contention of German ag- Vacation-The shortest period'',
look as though the organizationsand torials contained in most of our And he said unto the light, the year.
"Either I, old Report-A eiplaiB* '
you or fellow, thing to be
students upon the Hill will leading periodicals are not mere I
Will be turned down tonight." Thought for Day. Refectory-The answer to -Khd
; go merrily on spending money lines_ or scrawls, which are, Cornell Widow. There are In the world few things an eating house not an eating house.
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Penn State, Sept. 14.-My last year Penn State, Sept. 14.-My last year Lyric Thea.ter'

in college. I must get the most but in college. Hope I can get out of as ,# f
of it. Good work today. Petitionedthe much work as I did last year. Good

school faculty to let me add Public luck today. Petitioned school facultyand Your Patronage Invited 9 i

'I! Speaking to my schedule. I feel that substituted Dutch for Econ. I. .

! every fellow should be trained to used that old Dutch for entrance too. ; ----- '
i stand on his feet and talk regardless Good old Dutch! Dean asked me if I 1 ;

I of his.course of study. That makes did not think Econ. essential for my
six extra subjects I've got in four preparation for life. Told him I would
years. try to struggle along without it. Old United Shoe Store 1 a i

Nov. 3.-Some one started a peti- nut!

tion for a week's vacation to celebrate Nov. 3. Started
a petition for a
Pennsylvania Day. Why can't men week's vacation to celebrate Pennsyl- Two Well Known Brands j
see that every school day lost' is gone vania Day. Wiseman, a grind who

forever and that we are all out that sits next to me, asked whether I did Crossett Educator 1
much time and money? Wish some not realize that every day's vacationwas .. ;

of us had backbone enough to get upa a dead loss to the students and a
counter petition.' But no fellow day's gain to the faculty. Told himI University Avenue next to Busy
'wants to be on the unpopular side. was not here to look out for the Bazaar'I
Silliman, a young ass who sits next faculty.
to me, thinks a vacation injures the I .
Nov. 15.-Glory hallylooyah! Started -
faculty in some way. He doesn't see another petition and got a week's When you want Hardware BAIRD has it s''
that it them out of that much
vacation for Thanksgiving. Why don'twe
work and hurts only the student. petition for a year's vacation. I Reach's Football Goods, Wright & Ditson Tennis Rackets and Athletic Goods, East-

Nov. .-More vacation. Some am for it. Sorry the Pennsylvaniagame man Kodaks and Supplies, Reach's Baseball Goods, Louisville Slugger Bats all latest i

large holes in only four years. One was cut out. Last year I got models Remington, U. M. C. and Winchester Ammunition, Remington and Automatic j I

prof. said he had never seen a student I five more days off for that. Pump Guns. Remember we carry as complete a stock as money can buy. ; '.. ;
vote against a vacation no matter how .,. I
Dec. 5. No more chapel. I got
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through prety well if I do say it my-
making to come to college. It's curious self. One semester I was stuard (0 '
to see how students reason. I BAIRD HARDWARE CO. i-;
what a joke) for the frat. AnotherI ;
wonder if dollar
every day was a got off to go to Church in the village. PHONE 7 i '
whether would have :
we so many va-
Dead easy. In my junior year I drewa
cations? Yet every day of prepara- in tJ.
seat the back of the house where
tion for life means dollars to a stu- I
could '
read Gorgo's Sunday supple-
dent.Dec. ment. One semester I gave Jim a tie
5. Seniors from
to sit in seat. Wiseman
my says every
chapel. I shall continue to go on Sun- student should hear the Sunday addresses Gainesville Furniture Co j !
days. When I look back I find that because they are given by f '
I've got as much out of the .Sunday
men with repputations and are worth
addresses as out of any phase of college while. I ;
believe he's
really a biggernut .
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work, and would have to travel than the dean and that's saying \
extensively to hear the men I have .
something.Some ; :
had brought to my very door. I wishwe i
of these religious guys go to I
had a vote on the most popular, .. i
church in the village on Sunday .
preacher at the end of each college I'
nights when they don't have to andsome GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA {fT
year. go to Sunday School. Babies!
Dec. 9.-Another loss. Teacher a 1t.t
They make me tired. .
few seconds late and that fool that I
sits next to me started the.class out.I Dec. 9. Prof late today. I saw if
him comeing just as the bell stoped. :
somehow }
tried to argue but college
students always think they get even Started the war-cry "Cut" and all There is only one kind of Glasses for YOUR vision and i I

with an instructor by cutting. In came out. Went down the back way. that is the :
Close shave. I hadn't looked at the
truth it lets the instructor out of that
ok. That crank that sits ABSOLUTELY CORRECTWe
His H> next to
much work. It doesn't hurt
me tried to tell me that we wern't y
salary on just the same. If onlya
goes spitting the teacher any and were grind all lenses used in our prescription work. No delay.
few of us had the backbone to stay,
hurting only ourselves by cuting. I ;
I believe we could stop it. But popu-
larity makes cowards of us all. told him where to get off. C. H. COLES & SON I ;

Dec. 16.-Christmas vacation. Four Dec. 16.-Vacation" Wednesday.I've .
short months with work constantly interrupted been home four times so far this JEWELERS AND OPTICIANSI
Counted and find I've beenat I
by recesses. Have accom- year. up I
plished so little of all I planned to do. college one day for every day anda
see'so half Good old semester! But J
Hard time financially. When I away. -.I'
I[ can't leave before Wonder J
many fellows with money and timeto Wednesday. F. THOMAS, Present R. W. THOMAS Treasurer O. II. THOMAS, Secretary ,
spend lavishly, I wonder why I what old Penn State is coming to. :

could not have *a little they waste. When I was a Freshman. I always The Thomas Company Inc
Silliman rejoices at 'the close of the went home week early. Now I paya ,

work as if college were a prison to V if I go. I got out of a lot of HARDWARE IMPLEMENTS SEED r
which he is sentenced under rules of work by going early. Wiseman says
work and harsh task-masters. To me we're here to work and get ready for Gainesville Fla. ; t

college is an opportunity for prepara- life and need every day. Somebody
tion, with regret for every hour ought to send him to the bughouse. ----AGENTS FOR----

wasted the teachers are directors to What we ought to do is to get a system *
show me how to work; and I want to of cuts so a fellow could start on
get as much as possible out of them. his vacation when he wanted to. I'd All Kinds of Farming Tools

Jan. 18.-Exempt from every exam. start the day after college opened. \

but one. But I'll take all of them. You bet. -- i
An exam. makes me feel like a foot- Jan. 18.-Exams. Think I can makeit

: ball scrimmage. It's a good fight. somehow. Worked off two borrowednote :1

And I'll not take advantage by cram- books on two profs. They never FIRST NATIONAL BANK I !
ming up. I want to be examined on get wise. Going to grind all night
what I know for keeps. My memory .tonight. These exams are great stuff.'I

I is too precious a gift to be abused. If I had to depend on my term work, Gainesville Fla. : ;
But I do regret the time spent on the I would flunk everything. The wise .
who sits next to me thinks thata
exams. We have had no time for guy
reviews in any class and yet spend fellow hurts his memories by cram- UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY _
ten days helping out the shirks who ming up for exams; says we are try-
have not done their daily work and depend ing to learn for life and not for a

upon finals to make the 60. I'll given day. He makes me tired. I Capital. 100000.00 Surplus $100,000.00i .I f

bet a movie ticket that nine-tenths of: guess I'll never hurt my memorie. ; !
the profs. know who will pass before Any way to get through-that's my i I '

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