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Title: The Florida alligator
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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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HEW'! YORK GIANTS TO ARRIVE JUNIORS RILIEVE -I BOLSHEVISM' DENIES NEW PSYCHIC TEST t- ; ;

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IN GAINESVILLE ON MARCH 22 SENIORS OF THE THE EXISTENCE OF REPLACES OLD STYLE ft-

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;; TO START SPRING TRAINING ''SE; INOLE"WORKStar \ A PROPERTY RIGHT I EXAMS AT COLUMBIA F' :


I McGraw Has Be n E!((tcd and Plans Professor of History Explains Tests to be Prepared by the t p L-
| "Manager Accepts
Flattering Invitation
from the University of theBclsheviki i..
..r_ r.f'Ig Penned Rapidly: Principles Eminent Psychologist t
!I of Florida" says Subhead in New York Times Already Prof. ThorndykeThe '" ".. '

(Prof. A. D. St. Amant) ;;

Th- Juni r Cass! will publish the Bolshevism, like autocracy, is a sys- i Faculty of Columbia College, .f. :
lUG LEAGUERS WILL STAY AT
WHITE HOUSE Semincle ths;! year, and :t is expected tem of class government, though the the undergraduate department of ,': .J

i that the Seniors thus relieved of th's governing class is at the opposite end Columbia University, at a meeting "s
I heavy work will give something in the of the social scale. Like autocracy it 'ast week voted )o abolish the old- .i ', '
'I Times Editor Thinks Classic Environment May Have a Good way cf a useful memorial to the recognizes the existence of classes, style examination for admission and .

Effect on the Players' Mental Gymnastics school The following staff wa but does net as does autocracy, believe substitute psychology tests to mea- ( '.. j

t elected: in the superiority of the higher social sure the student's intelligence, rather .
1 Dewey A. Dye, editor: in chief. clcss. Rather it proclaims the equality than his learning. The tests will be 3 j
i "The Giants will brows amid clas- | 'I am glad to join a number of
Lloyd Z. Morgan, managing editor. of man, but views the present arrangement similar to these applied to applicantsfor r"J
Flor'da
- sir i haunts of College' is
tht'l i citi. the
.ur ens including: Mayor of \
as an abortion and seeksto the Students' Army Training j 1
s r-ccuirn :carehead appearing on '/. W. Gunn, business manager. -,.,
, the athletic rage of the New York 'lHne"vile! in an invitation to you These men ere to have charge of correct the whole scheme of thingsby Corps, and will be used for the aca- ,

films "f Jar.uiry 21th car onizg: the nd ycur crgan: at'on to spend the the wcik and will select! a St&!which reversing the ent're relation in demic year beginning next Septem i

following: article: that brought: Gaines- training months in Gainssville.: The win ndbably comer sa the f:>lbw'nP03t" the most radical fashion possible. ber. Professor A. L. Jones, head of ,
I Based on the principles and claims the Department of Admissions of the
: ens: assistant editor, assistant f;,
\fe! and the University of Flor'da in- Un.en'ty of Flcrida will offer
i you business manager: art editor, local !laid! down by Karl Marx, Bolshevism university, sdid that the action of the '
all
I prominence over the country: free of charge, the use of a very editor; and athletic editor. denies the existence of a property Faculty was in step with' the progress
The G:ants should be the brainiest ,
excellent
baseball diamond and
your r'ght and classifies made from of the times.
Publicaticn of lie Seminole by the profits ,
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.1 I cu'! n baseball next season. lan- men access to th* shaver: baths. i
Junicrs is something: new at thi University capital as surplus value, in much the "In our requirements for admission ;
\LGraw has decided to train his "
rger Our climate is equal to the best f.'
: altho ::'t is the custam in most same way as Henry George calls spec- to Columbia College are included theapplicant's ; :
c ub at the University: of Florida, atC
in Florida during the training reason.' ;
: other shoos! to have the college yearbook u'ative' land profits unearned incre- health record, his character -
.n sville!: v h'ch is only abut: threw j We have, as a rule, little rain
very rut cut by some cne of the un- nrnt, tho with nothing like as much and promise of development, and yes
!I' u'"s': rid from Jacksonville. The! and the diys are good. We should be I
dTgraduate classes. This action by logic involved. Hence we see the h.s school record, and these will be ,' : I
MajT: 'f Gainesville, Gcrdcn B. Tircn | very happy if ycu should decide to I the Junicis, together with, the gift to claim that at present the middle or embraced in the new requirements. t ,
crd the President of the univer-I ,<1: I
: spend your training season ata the the school by the Seniors will establisha property owning class exists in a The most radical departure will be :
s:t.; A. A. Murphrae, extended an j I I'nv'tt' University rf Flcrida. .
precedent in the school which we parasitic fashion by exploiting labor, the entire doing away with the old-
the Giants which |I "
wa
en to 'Yours very truly, hope will be followed by the students the only really productive element style examinations that were given ito
a Mattering: that they ccud not re- A. A MURPHRVE, Pres'"Just .
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I thru the coming years.It having a right to private compensation establish the applicant's knowledge
{US" :t j'! as soon as Manager McGraw is the intention of the manage in the economic process. Thisit of the subjects required: for admission ''f j "I
".\ fcT weeks' sojourn in the "c'eptrd these offers he lost no time
ment to issue a leather-bound book, is proposed to remedy by deprivn to college. This will be covered by
J-- ''} ; rf the classic college halls in getting: ready for the most scholar- I
t record
similar to that published in all capitalists, and the term is his school and the psychologi,1-
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very
r!: u'd have just the effect on some'' ,lv trip his club has' taken. The
ever
I fci-mrr years; the usual standard of "ntended to apply to all except wage cal tests w'll demonstrate: whether hes 1:
,. nbers cf the Giants that Iclra'"v Giants will leave New York the "
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literary excellency to b: maintain earners in the most direct sense, of qualified to continue his schooling. 1-
Irs :euglf for many yecrs. A de- evening of Thursday, March 20, and ; !
I At an unofficial meeting: of the any share in the government, estab- Dean Herbert E. Hawkes of Colum-
\ l 1-rment of brain power, along with will get to Gainesville March 22 !
staff, Saturday, preliminary plans ish'ng all political power in the bia College explained that the tests
the baseball practce, may give the I Practice will commence the next day. .vere discussed and a financial drive hands of the working class and then, were being prepared by Professor E, j t"
Gi: r.t a decided advantage just be- Secretary John B. Foster said yes- ATS planned fcr the near future. by having the government gradually L. Thorndyke of Teachers College of t

ne :th tVcir! : caps in the pennant racet terday that the club had about thirty- schedule of clubs, fraternities and absorb: all capital: reversing the entire Columbia, and that they would be .

't suT.rcer. i five players under reserve and several otter organizations will be prepared process and having a rule and changed each year, although he said,
"At Mr rein, Tea where the Giants ,IC of these will be traded or sold to other socn, so that these ,bodies may be en- indhect ownership of all industry by the psychologists say there is not
J ta train, the only mental recr(>- : clubs before the Grants: return to the
( abled to pcsj for p'cfures in plentyof the working class Thus we see Bolshevism much likelihood of an applicant be- .
::'t .n the players enjoyed consisted: cf fth j i North. time and without conflict. is not Socialism in mild doses, ing able to cram up on a set of tests,
moves and the learned treatises! i! "Manager McGraw has an old friendin but the extreme attempt to undo the even if they were at his d'sposal.:
( f the sporting pages. Imagine the Gainesville who will be glad to set evils emT>has'zed by Socialism. "We expect these tests to show us
joy of the players when they find him. He is Charley Harris, once a PHI KAPPA PHI PASSES Applied in the United States it whether it will be worth our while to

that they may spend their idle hoursin member of the old Baltimore Orioles RESOLUTIONS OF .vculd mean that a great many farmrs try to educate a student, and whether I '
+ the lecture: hall, drinking; deeply Charley is now the village grocer in RESPECTThe all mine and factory owners and it ,will be worth his while," Dean .1
at the fountain of knowledge, or Gainesville and a prominent citizen Phi Kappa Phi has passed and business men generally would be excluded Hawkes said. ''1 1t 1 '
am ng the musty volumes in the cole ,: The Giants' manager was once in authorzcd: publication: of the (following from voting and the govern- t I fOUR

:;:c library. Gainesville-way back in 1891-and resolutions of respect for the late .ncnt, which would plant to acquire all SENIORS: WHO THEY
"Picture Hinie Zimmerman sitting he thinks that it will be an ideal placeto Lt. William W. Gibbs, a member of means of production, would be ope ARE; WHAT THEY '
('u* >:eath the shade of the sheltering rain, especially because the college the af renamed honor society, who rated by wage earners. Whether in STAND FOR '

pa'ms deed in the study of the famous ,I atmosphere will give his men the died: recently in Jacksonville of pneu- the United States this arrangement The 16th of September, 191C, ush-

race at Marathon. Also, pic- j i additional mental stimu'ant. The name monia.Lt. would be accomplished by wholesale ered into the University a freshman J a
ture Larry Doyle lost :in the alluring ,I of the hotel where the Giants will Gibbs was in France with the murder of the middle class as in Rus- class which the University will never

ages cf a volume on 'Mind Over' stop is the White; House" American Expeditionary Forces when s'a, is not entirely certain, tho from forget because these men were of type
Matter. Then, perhaps, also Rub: I I The news of "Florida's" good for- he contracted serious illness and was 'h' actions cf the I. W. W. and other that created spirit and "pep". As
Beaten will have a chance to revive J JHa :I tune in being selected by the famous I honorably discharged and sent home. ardent Bolshevists the affirmativeguess the months rolled on they obtained

cmories of higher mathematics, big league team as its spring training Over here he soon begTn to recuperateand is indicated. knowledge both in the class room and ,
so that when the season starts he will camp,came as a distinct surprise to the! was able to work with local lead- Bolsheviki is a Russian work and on the outside; but when the United
be more certain than ever before,]: student body, and caused the wildest ers in the interest f f the last Liberty refers to the Maximalists or those who States declared war on the Central
then he has two strikes and three'!:: enthusiasm and delight. Its: said Loan drive, traveling from place to ---n'do "maximal" or maximum Powers, the majority of our class

balls on the batter. Benny Kauff, per : that nothing better could happen to place making speeches that informedthe limit in Marxian Socialism. The were taken away. They were more

haps, will have a chance to take upa revive and stimulate the old pre-war people of the usa that their money term: is sppl ed to the extreme So- than willing to share the burden of
short course in oratory. Benny's interest in athletics: at this Univer- was being fut: to "over there". Justas ciali t groups in other countries be- ths: nation by giving up the possibility -

cratory possesses possibilities, but it sity. his complete recovery from the cause of the fact that they aspire: to of an education and offering their ;
has always lacked the polish and endurance effects of the old illness seemed as- I establish what has been, or shall I I lives to make the "World Safe.for

which will come with college CLASS ORGANIZEDThe sured, however, he was taken down I say is being, established in Russia."FLFRIDA" 1 Democracy".
[fcrnsic: training. Manager McGraw j I JUNI'JK with influenza, which speedily de- 1I I I The year of 1918-19 finds amongus

and his first lieutenant, Pat Moran, most fragrant flowers of the veloped into pneumonia of which he 1 the following men who will go out
TO HAVE
will have a chance to get more fa- campus were assembled together Jan died in Jacksonville.Lt. [m'liar with the battle strategy of Napoleon uary 10th for the purpose of perfecting Gibbs was a graduate of the leaders of Florida and the United
[ Bonaparte. an organization of the Junior College of Eng'neering in 1909, later(1 HOME RULE SOON"Home States go'ernmentIr.. John Whit-

"Here is Mayor Tison's invitationto class. It is assured that this organi- receiving the honorary degree of C. field, Lieutenants Stoutamire, Stapleton '

[ Manager McGraw: zaticn will be one of the greatest fac- E. for special work accomplished. At Rule" at the University is Palmer, Skinner, Whitner, Camp, f
4It gives me pleasure to have such I tors towards the development of Uni- the time of his graduation he was to be undertaken in an experimentalway Mr. Hodges, Mr. Wong, Mr. McCal-

[an excellent excuse to write a man I versity "spirit", and thru its efforts elected a member of the Phi KappaPhi by the second semester. lum, Mr. Diamond, Mr. Dalton, Mr. '
{that I have always admired. As Chief I the attainments will be immense.The by the Florida chapter of that The Seniors: as becomes their: dignity Miles, Mr. Hargrave, Mr. Ralph Cros-

[Executve of the City of following were elected to engineer society. I are to sponsor this movement, by, Mr. Crosby.
|I take great pride in GaineSVille'1 this organization: RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT I under the direction of Dr. Murphree; The combined: Senior Class met on
an invitation to do your : President, Duke Williams. Whereas, the hand of death has removed -' however, other classes have appointed January 10 and elected the following
ing in our beautiful little city. We Vice president, W. W. Gunn. from the fold of our scholastic committees to confer with the Senior i officers: President, Mr. John Nash

' |have a population of about 10,000, I Secretary and treasurer, H. H. Bush- brotherhood our honored and beloved delegation to advance the interestsand Whitfield, vice president, Mr. H. H.
modern municipal improvements, ex- i nell. colleague, Lieutenant William W. ideas of all those who are to be McCallum, secretary and treasurer,

Ccellent water-just water-good hotel, Hon. C. Rep., L. H. Wilson. Gibbs, concerned. Lt. Paul D. Camp. Lt. Tom Palmerwas
|md what I believe you will call a good Reporter and historian, L. Z. Mor- Now, therefore, be it resolved that A constitution will be adopted and elected to the Student Honor Codeas
. Tact ce field. gan. we express our high appreciation: of laws will be enacted for the government representative of the Senior Class
.J 'We are anxious to have you train his admirable record in scholarship, cf the student body or a plan and we all stand behind Mr. Palmer to ,.
y Jjiere and will be glad if you will look I friendship, patriotism and honorable which places the student on honor see that this is carried out. ; "
lamesville over carefully before you Dean Trusler (in torts): If I were achievement; and which enlists hs: interests in the

elect any other place in Florida. Ielieve to falsely say that the County Com- That we record our deep sense of welfare and good crdar of the school, Prof. Perry (in physics): "No workis j

we can satisfy you, in fact missioners of Alachua County were" loss and grief because of his untimely and in the enforcement of penalties as: done, no matter how much energyis
lease you from every angle. thieves, could any of them sue me? end; -::-*-'--5-* f-r violation of rules.If exerted, if no motion results."

"'Yours respectfully, Edrehi: "Yes, sir." And that we tender his bereaved this plan meets with any degreeof Hurst: "What would I be doing if + '
'GORDON B. TISON, Mayor.' | Dean: "If I were to call all lawyers" wife, children parents, and other rela- success it will be approved by Dr. I were to push against this building ,
"Fcllowing is the invitation of Pres- I th'eves, could a lawyer sue me? tives our heartfelt sympathy, assuring Murphree and other members of the for an hour?" '
dent Murphree of the University of | Edrehi: "No, sir; that would be all them cf our sincere fellowship in their faculty for the sole administration of I Student: "You would be making adam

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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR!I-U-- LOOKING AHEAD I I their recreation- :ally, and extent.other- Smoke Crawford) Blunts ((6 cents straight/)

wise, in the city, to a large that makes Tampa jealous
Almost before we know it the ,, is slowlyswinging The Cigar
However the pendulum
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Printed and published by students second semester will be here and the 1 I I direction. Manufactued byI
: in the opposite
I I Giants will be in cur midst. Very i!(
of the University of Florida every I i Our new gym is nearly completed: j I A. G. Barber Cigar Co.
good indeed. But we could hardly expect '
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Thursday in their own print shop on j i There let the frats, Royal Neighbors
from the bg league
a compliment i j' their dances,
and others stags
girls, .
the -
campus. the condition cf athletic Gainesville -
men on our in
than
i I I enterta'nments: etc., rather
field and running track. These are in : extent
'i the white-l'ghted city, to the
4 'S I most abominable condition. Of':
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Staff student
with -
interfere I
i that they do not
>I DUKE WILLIAMS____.Editor in Chief course, we' realize that the players I j I life. Our Secretary White re- ; Popular Qo: ds at Popular Prices
ire com ng pr'ncipally for climatic!' anda
;# BENJAMIN ARCHER___Mng. Editor pcrts a piano a movie machine,
reasons. At the same time we should::

i'' LOUIS TATOM..._..Asst. Mng. Edtor: 'I' 'r" to ..*t"T" our bp qt to the world instead I pushball on the way, and possiblyan "Y". I at
{ I automcbile fcr the use of the
REGINALD DeSILVA.-.Local Editor of the opposite. I Withthese attractions: Gainesville's I ::13OR... :E3JI:1.\tI,SI

H. \lcCALLU\L..Athletic Editor never has naming Field and the
should certainly come out I
fair lassies j
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JOE DALTON...............Society Editor track been in such poor condition. to see us. The picture show will be f _
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Trenches corners,
: DEWEY DYE......Contributing Editor I I in the gym rather than in the Lyric.
have: even been dug in the track it- will --
i HERBT. FRIEDLANDER, Ex. Editor self. These must be filled. Insteadof I Every Saturday afternoon there ]! DO BUSINESS WITH
I j be staged some athletic events of one j
t : the coke and cinders
on
emptying kind or another. We will be glad to j I Florida National
Business Department the sidevvclk, why not place them on have of the citizens of Gaines- The Bank
the track. Last year the student body any
1' RALPH STOUT A\lIRE..Bu3. r Senicrs! Get cut your derby
turned out voluntarily, to work the ville. "'Ihe .1"va- Million Dollur hank /ft.\\IIH i f' (t- ,"r $.l.,k :;:
: out
and Let's sea everybody
WALTER GUNN..Circulation Mgr cane.
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rack into shape high -

Entered as second-class matt:r hoy s. And it was not as had off as with pennants, green caps, etc.I -.--- -- - - --- -- -

y September 23, 1912, at the postoffice now, when we have to look forward to --I-:
Up t' date Auto Accessories
h 5 at Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of i world famous baseball teams ar- S S ana5upplfe'

rival. Certainly both the student body *
March 3d, 1879.
"1nd-the University authorities should j I Y. M. C. A. NOTES .
Place all communications and news for r<:J:7::: 'l-J""' ''''=
busy themselves in preparation f

Ii: r items in boxes designated for that this event. At Reasonable I'ns.. THAT'S US

purpose in Peabody and Language Now that the possibilities: of a
University GAINESVILLE AUTO SUPPLY CO.
The Y. M. C. A. work at the -
Halls. wildly successful football season are o
is being thoroughly organizedin : W. II. Martin, Mgr. Gainesville
the main things we can look
"0 Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.00. past activ'ty.: The Bible classes.
every
ahead to are baseball and field events. -C--
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o freshman and sub-freshmen classes
i the bases etc. and how nearly .
see
One,thing might be sad of woman's They will be meeting: their classes at
to having the finest athletic -
t we can come
suffrage; it might double the poll tax
receipts.-Florida Times-Union. field in the South, as the pr'deaf : once.
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school.
9* our
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9 From 'all appearances, the professors .. .
r A REFORMIn room for the use of the boys. Better
borrowed a few" howitzers and!
stop by once in n while, and get acquainted -
machine guns. Watch out for Dr. formulating the pans for this with: some of the things that MILlER'sNORAH.

Sims! University, the men of the state had i, are happening.

-wmHcncr one principle: a'rn: in view-to make

'1 is as essential to the student his an institution which would reach
Friday chapel was a great success
life as books and bread. Remember, very: boy in the state, regardless! of
and wehops to make the Friday
j you LTS: a man-mere than that-a his circumstances. The Universitywas
chapel grow :"n interest from week to
gentleman. designed: for the use of the poor .
R week. It has bean thought: a World
-- boy rs well as the rich A thcroly
Forum ct Friday chapel would mean
A wrestling team and minstrels
democratic institution: was the ideal- -- -.
much the student We could
to body.
F c might stir up a little sp'rt: as well one in wh'ch tha youth could pursue -
i 1 as a glee club. Why not have a bon the studies in preparation for his lifework discus questions cf national and in-

fire some night and teach the new at bare living tsrnat.onal: interests which would B.
expense. quicken our thoughts and help us get IILIE NLUMI 1
men cur war whoops?
, Without a doubt this is a commend-: .
9* acquainted with great events.
y m m ible ideal, worthy of true Americanp : : I

A recent word from the Times- ; 'rit. But the fact remains that if TIES.

t Union encourages the people of Florida here is to be a school: certain expenses SECRETARY WHITE SPEAKS BICYCLES

1 'j i to beautify their state. Splendid must be met. Granting this: ON OPPORTUNTY VS.RESPONSIBILITY .

$ri advice. Let us be the first to follow he next thing to do is to meet these ,i -- ---

U'i l it, by cultivating a regard for the "n the best possible manner. I I
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f beauty of our campus. The present system by which the In last Sunday's address Secretary I Du. GORDON B. TisoxDF.NTIST VOYLE BROS.
l"0;
t student pays h's expenses is not onl:y White, taking as a text Rev. III: 8, :

Every student shculd spend abou t inefficient from a purely business; "Eehc'd: I set befcra thee an open FLASH LIGHTS

II fifteen minutes daily in reading the standpoint: but also a dead weight and i : door, and no man can shut it", spake Phon 241: H.linPS\'fIlp ELECTRIC Si PPLIES

newspapers cr'pariodicals. Keep up) :a drag on the spirit of the school.on i Opportunity versus Responsibility: r."w KAvbaiigp Florida &

with the outside world as far as you Whenever the Univeis). is in naaiJ 11 j He said: In summary: I II .

i can. The library and "Y" are at you: of money for the Athlet'c Association -I| "Opportunity and responsibility are I STORAGE B\TTERIES

i 1 t disposal What one has not the other Y. M. C. A., Seminole, Band,, 'i twin words in God's great world pro- ------ -

has. cr what not, the sole and only way r I gram. They are always linked to- J C AdkinsI Moore's Xon-Leaknble Foo-

i -S- :in which they can raise these minoressentials I gether. I Pens from $2.50( to $#.00 each

THE SEMINOLE is to canvass the student: t j "Large opportunities come only to i I I and Counsellor at Lau American Safety Fountain ft

the body. Of this plan we most emphatically those who have used the small ones Gii.esvi.le i;! Florida
Among most treasured tradi I from $1.25 $2.00:
to earli.NO .
tions and features of the Universit do not ap:>roYe. Rather, No young maf with a noble purpose :

is the let the amount needed for these various -I will ever have the door of opportunity I I It' BETTER MADE
college Annual. It is a publi : Conner Auto PENS
cation activities be. set aside as spar; shut' in h's face. Both heredity and Company
containing all the general and I '
personal information, imaginative; and of the entrance; fees. Matters are I environment can Be made to yield: t; Withiugi"ll Ce>.e: *>Cocr.cr. Pit p. ; SOLD BY

cared for in this at : I noble Gentlemen it's i iJ !'o foiling; CiasoI noOi.s
manner a II
actual pract- i purpose. up
happenings, etc., of the college ]- : and.tb'O
t who's ;ally all of the well knov.n schools. J to you. But w th every opportunity: j : ins L. C. SMITH
;year, who, and various dataor Phone 194 Gain.,De M*
\'''ute{ natnnllv cherish. "Flcrida" has cast aside a numb2r: there is reason, sibilitv. Many men as I III

Heretofore this book has been published I of customs of ths last few years, and th-jy approach responsibility: trenbleMany : I : North Side of _Square.__.

E .. j has adopted new and more elf: 'cientiiethcds. II : mn have stood b fore the door Tin ; ----- -- :
by the b: :nrla?s, assisted SANrIAinCLIAsINi
f by various Juniors and undergraduates I : All have tended toward the of opportunity end because of the responsibility ANDPRESSING If are

E called upon This year however I development of a grander institut'cn. I : have passed up the jsb. you

: the Juniors This cne thing is nasdful, however They take the line of least: r resistance COMPANY '
are to have full authorityand I an automobile
J i responsibility in the matter. A I As it is, no one seems to know whats and then stand off and criticise those Gjt jo-ir clones:: cea.ieii: and prestetlin

f; custom has been changed. The sen- : the matter with our old spirit. One I who are making success because they the(ai itary vvaj. 1

iors will show their love for their secret cf the decline. student en- I have assumed ra-nsibll'ty.: Gentle- FKKNC DRY Ci KAN K caner,

1 Alma Mater by leaving some memorial thusiasm is just this dulling, parasitic i I men, da net be afraid: of responsibility I ANI

i keepsake, or something useful to nfluence which is causing the leak. ,; if you expect to grasp opportunity.: SII-AM PKJSSIMISi i watch

t' the University. Hereafter, all Junior Let us accomplish a reform-and do I The door is open before you. Whetheryou I "ves Time .

Ii : classes will exercise absolute jurisdiction away entirely with such unsystematic I enter in is for you to decide." b'i.A es C'othe.iStves t
I
nethcds. They will continue to leadus i Money ,tl
over the management of the
1' Seminole. Attention Sophomores! into debt, and to sap our vitality t j I Htt C ai ing....dBorkinga Sroiirty |l this space.

This is undoubtedly a worthy is a student body. We realize the Here is a little story that Prc!: Also Steam D)"(, t.g : .
pre- Grimm told in biology class the Mon r s;-, --
cedent. It's unpopularity of economic conversations -I ether I ( ie UII e l all
advantages
are
apparent,
but day: A man was showing the
nothing shculd bar achieve pictures -
and like the
of
we spirit the Classof
ment. I in an animal book to his two- I los.j. sEiI
1920 in taking the initial step. l
I 5- For one thing, the Senior class should -L- I year-old offspring. On seeing the picture :' For SaleSix

POSSIBILITIESj of a tiger the young one said,
: '. be mora honored than worked. Too, '"Kitty". The father was delighted to1 I ELECTRICAL GONTR/rl/ 8
this is a fitting manner for the Juniors MotorcyclesOne
last ;
j our Friday's chapel there
see that his child had noticed ; '.
4 to honor the graduates. Again the j I was born an idea which should by all resemblance between the tiger enough and Ford Touring Car K ''''1rh'Applinnes,1lertrw. BP"IIf\.j

! Seniors might occasionally be in such be realized. I a Sterling Nation! M.I/; i.i I ail/JIll.
means This idea is
contained cat to it in
put the cat 'fir.
family. His W. *
Gunn I Mh: 3: US** !
i : need of time to put in application to in \oil .Ma/* Ir t f Murphree's words "Make
I delight knew no bounds when the '
studies, that they would not have thatto Room 39 Buckman Hal -
the little city of Gainesville jealous"Of i child saw a lion and exclaimed .'DogI I - -- ---- -
j spend on student activities. The this rAel'r,4'if'F L C..'7gR"' .S
course statement must not be I gy". His delight suddenly collapsed ;

It :; wisdom of establishing this custom is taken literally, for after all the University when the child, seeing the picture of I RELIABLESEED i '
WEAVE 3
beyoAi l a dcubt. City has done for us, in the a jackass exclaimed "Papa". .

I We are pleased to note how promptly way of sympathy and financial sup i

. the Junior Class has undertakenthe port, we would never wish to do anything I STEAM r l LAUiditY!_ !
organization of the Seminole
: to cause friction between us. It is said that
: a PennsylvaniaDutch -
; staff, and gotten the preliminaries un- I At the same time there exists an increasing answers a rusticn with al We do first class

der way, in spite of the fact that this desire on the part of the quasticn. A man s-d: to one cf them ;
is the week of semi-final examinations. 1 Dry Cleaningat
? students to make the University the in-! day, "Why de; a Pennsylvanian
; True spirit is in evidence when center of affairs instead of Gaines
answer a question vith a question?"

working under difficulty. Keep it up, '! ville. Now, and heretofore, the custom The Penrsylvrni! : n ar7.: reed "Do reasonable pric

; Juniors! IJ It |I I has been for the students to find [ they""" GAINESVILLE FLORIDA !

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Tailor i i I PRESBYTERIAN GIRLS GIVE FARR LIT HAS ANENJOYABLE H nQ TT ;1.% i

DINNER TO BARACA CLAS PROGRAM B. M. Tench 1

1919 Spring & Summer I 'I :
!
Samples v
One
on display cf the
charmingly original so
The members of the Farr Literary GAINESVILLE Q
cial events whlcn: marked the first .r ;
Society were entertained by a veryenjoyable
I weeks cf our return to college activi-
Alteration, Repairing and 1 short program last Mondays FLORIDA If 3
Pressing 0'i t'cs was a dinner given by the : s I
night. Mr. Wallace Caswell, reciting E E :
------- -- I of the Presbyterian church to the Baraca "The Unknown Speaker", showed that It' ,
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purpose was both to 1
he was not novice '
a at the Mr.
I I get well acquainted and to organize ''j game. .
.1 i the class i Ralph C. Binford gave a poem from SHOESDRUGGISTS t. ; i
Robert W. Service entitled "Young
i Miss Fannie Anderson, as teach r,, Fellow My Lad". It was well given F i
I conducted: the preliminaries: until Mr. '!( and enjoyed by all. I L
I S. G. Kent was elected president for _ -_ t I
i I A longer program was not prepared
Gainesville Furniture Co. I the remainder of the year. The other;i i on account cf the midterm examina BURNETT"I i i
1
j officers are: Vice president, Walter
tions. A longer program is beingn'Yi 13LO CLOTHIER <
j Gunn; recretr.ry and treasurer, lIa : t
I
prepared for next Monday and it i :
Meehant.I .
I ,' hoped that all the Arts and Sciences
I) B'r Cox, Proprietor I There followed: a discussion of plans will be present. XONI'ISIDE Of S l".IIIE ..;F.. i I

for the rest of the year, in which i it M I| At a previous meeting of the society lIZIt:! ,......=-=:: .,. -" -. I I
I was decided that these present would I Mr. I
Wallace Caswell was elected
"Fut; the Baraca Class the _. J
on map"All !i to 1.'
serve as representative on the intercollegiate -
I then retired' to the social room, debating council for the J J. Ijcflolfoni] \{ Co. .
where .
tab es were set, adorned with Fan Lit.PROGRAI. !
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spotless linen, and becoming vases. ,
I l Here a delicious salad course, with FOR JOKYMARSHALL The Kexall More I'b ofiAgents e I 11 .._,'. t
i hot biscuits! and coffee was served for

PALM PARLOR '! Speeches from the various members I At a short meeting of SATURDAY the John Hioirrs: i AM NouuiS' cAxnns:_ ,**1

|encouraged a large attendance every' j;Marshall Debating Society last Saturday I
: SEE
r/ r// rir ) Sunday, and outlined I ,
plans to make f
-.7rr! IJI(l JJlJe g;,.,. l the class the most democratic of its t I sharp debating morning,contest plans for were a discussed season of, A... Bridal fi t. :, :

sort in Gainesville. Several FOR I
I young and a resolution made to capture the
men both from the Ilruis. StalionrrToilet Articles, ;t
. We specialize in refreshmentsfor University: and faculty, loving cup in the intercollegiate C"'lIlit" ;!
S
I town were present. : debates.A uvenir Cards ..i'1 1.i! I
XV
HUrinan's IVns
I :
I program committee, composed of -- j-" I

social parties I PI KAPPA ALPHA DANCE Knight, as chairman, Norton, Franklin .! I
Come
toDoran's fI
I j and Madison, was appointed, andr ;c I
I With the return of many of ou J ibis committee convened immediatelyjport I Bicycle Shop ': '11! (

-()heroes, ""Gator society has again n : adjournment of the society to 21 Efft Mta Street .'*'I 47 : ;

I reached that wonderful stage which make out the following program for For BICYCLES, MOTORCYCLES, .: '

Diamond Ice Co. \( she enjoyed in "Ye good ode! prewarI the coming Saturday: ACCESSORIES REPAIRS ,
types'. This was evinced at the P. Debate: "Resolved, that a leagueof
K. A. dance given last Saturday night. nations should be .1. I
I adopted at pres-
Manufacturers of HAVE YOU HEARD :
The dance started at nine o'clock ent". Affirmative, Morgan and Qu'nan. 'f

Finest Crystal Ice j with the Harmony Crew rendering the : Negative, Dye and Mellor. THE NEW EDISON.:: '

Cold Storage in Connection 'I "pepperiest of music". Soon the hall 1 Eulogy: Bill Bivens. PHONOGRAPH IN I

GAINESVILLE, r FLORIDA wrs filled with: dancing couples, many Talk: Dean Trusler. ; J

----- j of whom were made up of fair visitors Election of officers for the second COMPARISON WITH :: :
I ---- and old time "pikes", while of'course:: semester will also be a part of the "TALKING MACHINES?" JI i '

: The Alachua J. S. BODIFORD & CO. ,i!jority.the "regular bunch" formed the ma- program Saturday. At an early meet- If you have not heard the .'... :
ing of the society Bill Madiscn was I
DRUGGISTS j i I Among the cut-of-town ladies were chosen to represent the John :Marshal) comparison, let me give you r I
I I
' Restaurant and Lunch Roc m GAINESVILLE FLORIDA M'sses Faircloth of Alabama, Wil- on the intercollegiate debating coun a demonstration eitherin your <
I'I' Hams of Palatka, Lambert of Balti- I cil. I.
FOR Called for and Delivered home or store without
Prescriptions of my ,
mere Rainey Virginia, Cramer of DEAN TRUSLER ADDUESSES j
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN FREE i Waldo; while those present from our WOMEN'S CLUB AT OCALA any obligation to purchase. ,

AbliH-k from AtUutu'oa>,t Line !' own town, and who make society life II Popular and Standard i
Dean and Mrs. I
Harry Trusler went
i, in Gainesville a success, were Misses
_ Depot to Ocala last SatL1-day whei'3 the SHEET MUSIC '
I Clyde and Lucille Bcr ng, Jessie Dish
.1 7 THE SANITARY ; : Dean was scheduled to deliver ad
1. Telephone cp Jessie Chesnut, Elise Bishop, an carried in stock. K
is Gaines\ille Florida B RBAR SHOP Martha Tison, Doris Lyle, Genevieve dress on the "Blueprint of SocialLife" S i ,
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before the G.H.KELLEY
i Brooks, Nettie Richardson, Eleanor Woman's Club of :

------- Promptness Courtesy ; Crom, Marie DePass, Frances Waughi I I I that town. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA. ;
Satisfaction and Dorothy Babbitt. The visiting"pikes" They were met at the station by a
I I I delegation from the
Club, and were
were: Barney Blount, Henry I
--------- Clay Crawford Marcus ; j immediately taken to Silver Springs I
Brown
HOTEL 6RAHAMr.r'T -- Cob Earnest, and Lt. Flivver*Ford., Lt I i j j j where a wonderful picnic luncheonawaited University Book Store

.. ...., With this assortment the terpsi- j them. It was not until the (Basement
, : : : .1.--O "' Language Hall) .
II
.f PHIFER STATE BANKGAIE5VillE chorean pastime was indulged in in Dean and his wife had viewed the r
y
beauties and wonders of Silver
every: form. The old popular fox trotsoon Everythingfor
European Springs through the glass bottom of
gave way to the newest of steps,'I
the tickle toe, while those who could a boat that they were taken back to
I i: ... ;:.LIr.; ;:: "I ''S.O'i"= ''''':'' ''- FLORIDA A Ocala to attend the Club
not tickle their toes tried the syncopated I meeting.

Z /. 411 Pl.'e'lI, Pr1Pn'"brIOridlt : waltz. The three hours passed Following Dean Truslers address ft/ i
I a reception was held, and it was with i
:
only too seen, and every one hated I Students
Cia nulit', to leave when the "Orange and Blue"V ;!I reluctance that he finally had to decline t
: I i pressing invitations to stay over
announced the end
MOLNAR'SII of a perfect eve.I| ,
I DI !, ning of pleasure. i Sunday, and returned to his less entertaining FORD
American Shoe i duties as Dean of the Col HEADQUARTERS ,
Where Prices are Just Right and Food is lege of Law of the University of J. H. ALDERMAN Proprietor
Served as You Like it )| THE A. T. O. ST. VALENTINE Florida.

Repair Company ASK ANYBODY I DANCE THEHOMEOFTHEFAMOUSFORD: i

I i One of the most important social

114 West Main, North events scheduled for the year is the MEMORIAM OF CHARLES II,

61! Teiephone 139 WE ARE OPEN FOR annual dance of the A. T. O. Fraternity STOCKTON

which is to be given on Feb .
BUSINESS I 14th. Whereas it has pleased AlmightyGod

1! On account of the situation last in his divine love and affectionto
year ;
Call and Delivery Free I i the A. T. O.'s did not give their: "'an- take from this earth the life of MOTOR GARS

nual", but they plan to make up for I''our dear and beloved brother, Charles Accessories, Supp is And Repairs '

01 :.. ,_ ...-_...--...., l.-L ... lion y to Loan Full Line Musical' : the omission in the one that is to be H. Stockton;
Ins'rlnrents. .11soShot Suns, Heolersaml I given on the 14th. Arrangements have And whereas we bow in humble submission -

\" Ammunition.jTheReliable I been made to have special music for to Him who doeth all things
MAGNOLIA HOTEL for the best GainesvilleCocaCola
;
: the occasion and the different numbers -
Be it therefore resolved, that the!
Pawn Shop will be shown on the programs. I
North of A. C. L. Florida
Situated
Alpha Omega Chapter of the
i Friends of the A. T. O.'s both here I .

11 A.-/ 7ES REASONABLE Depot 0 I \\t-MMain.. North and in other parts of the state are Alpha its heart-felt Tau Omega Fraternity extends Bottling Co
to the
fi .. I looking forward to the eventith sympathy parents
I much pleasure. The dance which is I relatives and friends of the deceased Corner Virginia Are. and I n o ?t.
---- :- rta-rY- formal affair, will be held the And be it resolved further, that
j a at
--R 11.T1101IASTrea+rarer O II TIIOMAS
. T F Tllmf.\-President Elks' Club. these resolutions be sent to the familyand Gainesville Fla.STARGARAGE. -

.. that a copy be published in the > > o 1
' Thomas Company Inc. I Florida Alligator and in the daily
,. : THE PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL paper. 11

i I A call meeting of the Pan-Hellenic FLORIDA ALPHA OMEGA CHAP-
SEED i
HARDWARE. IMPLEMENTS, Council was held last Wednesday week TER, ALPHA TAU OMEGAFRATERNITY.

t Gainesville, Fla. I'for the purpose of elcting officers and J. R. FOWLER, Proprietor 4 ;.

t arranging for the awarding of the -___ ___ !
-AGENTS FOR- Dealer in Automobiles and Accessories
I scholarship cup. to secure the grades for 1917-18 so

INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. The following officers were elected: that the cup can be awarded for that Distributor for -

k THE I Paul Camp, president; Leo Wilson, term. Alarbua Levy, Putnam and St. JobnlllCounti..1
andii -- secretary and treasurer. The scholarship As stated in the constitution of t t

A. cup is now in the possession of Council, meetings will be held on the
JOHN'DEERE PLOW CO.
THE Union antI
Mr et Virginia Avenuele
ii the S. A. E. Fraternity who won it in first Monday of each month at 7

All Kinds Farming Tools 1916-17. A committee was" appointed o'clock p. m., in the Law Building. GAINESVILLE, FLA.::'

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Quality ServiceLadies Silk lPllrin.Iland Ties - - - - - --9 and 43

Latest 1'all'Ilats; '- -' - - - 51.50, $?'50 and 83.00

; Ready: Wear, Dry. GoodsNotions, Curtains and Curtain ''100 dozen Shirts $.75, S..OO..S1.25 andSl.50

Materials, 'Windowshades. .. Underwear, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs. Shoes-the best in town :,


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I Lt. C. M. Johnson, who recently secured -j

\1EUE 8 G CHEVROLET R' :I GATOR BITES his commission at Camp Gordon -j ALWA GOOn
I Lt. Rowdy Bill (in Military Sci- has resumed his work here. $ A

M i enca): "What are the two kinds of :In::. I\o Harper, who has been acting -

MOTOR CA3S ,l I I combat?" as secretary to the President forth Dean and Mrs. Anderson have asj I $ HOW

Vigil! : "Advance and retreat, sir." past; few months in the absenceof their house guests, Mr. John L. An- !

:M--s Salomon has recently left for tlerson, of Greenville, S.. C., and Dr.'I __
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:at"L 1"-
1P111LTRUCKS] "'
The Rats can no"' be called senj j I her home .n OilandD.: Her soldier and Mrs. John W. Parker and their I .

scned Freshmen. They received a,i husband has been discharged from the two children, also of Greenville. The'': AT THE

{ I Rood dcs:! of pep in the flag rush Sat- |i army, and while toe rejoice with her Dean is the brother of both Mr. John I

urday.It in being: able to be at home once more, Anderson and Mrs. Parker, who, he
1! PARTS & SERVICE i I i'we'certainly regret to have Mrs. Har- says ere to vist with him: for some Lyric Theatre

is rumored that Bill Bivens and par leave Her sunny disositcn! mad time.
L I \Ur/ AND IlEIAT.NSrON 'I
Howdy Bill have formed: a partner- her a favorite in the offices and sh;
------ sh'p fcr the production of pure, unadulterated -I will be greatly missed by all who Joe Dalton went home the latter b-i.-c

Dr.'-Tench "1ir.e" : I knew her. part cf last,week, giving as his reason Home of fie ier Pictures
: an attack cf (home) sickness.
1! Bill Bvirs: was walking around the!i Leut.! W. K. Ford, an oM.student -

XJ'en..1i 81. campus recently snorting a Icud red.has resumed; his law! course at the: i 1 Tom Barnes, an old Florida student,
!i University. b'ew in last week to take'up Spanish
Office Graham IJUGainesville :,:-. tag bearing the inscript'on "Save a !

Fla.f I L fe". A Rat noticed the tag and I i!I II:e Jarrcll, an old student, who was again. I W :.S. Dorsey & Co

I|I pass-d a remark about it. Bill answered with the Marines at Quantico. Va., GROCERIESFor
t: !I 'I Country Devane and Yancy went .EVERYTl I ING in
t | "Yes, I saved a life. Maybe
was in Gainesville Saturday visiting .
d C.E hunting the lake Saturday afternoon'and -
on -
f: U MOSK 1 '! I'll marry her some day". 1 1 1i :
i his: sister, Mrs. J. J. Grimm. 'Ike is brought back a couple bracesof : Gwxlneate
'''ccmr.gback: next semester. ducks. Drink Dorsey's Delight Corfu
i Bahcoley wa'!? seen out riding: with ,
t ; MONEY TO LOAN Miss McRcbbie The "Students Pressing Club" has
: Friday in his two -
pasI
H. F. Bache, who has been .very J
I I i senger Saxon. Bahooley is simply started upon its work of mashing sick at his home in Chattahoochee, is
t Slrini-s for tl1sial1n. irresistible, girls.. clothes::: for the wou'd-be "Beau Brum-
( ,again with us. 'f. "j j
I I' mcs" of the University. As a resut! Eyes GllaCI
.
fr' Rat, Weister has kindly loaned his quite a bit cf improvement was ; Dr. Chapman, our Professor of Oratory T,e ct. Fitted

i: NICK DAMATO typewriter to the Alligator until such noticed in the general contour of the responded to the annual demand

time as the machine which rightfully "stovepipe". trousers: worn last Sun-. and recited "Moo ,Cow Moo" to an
t Next to McColl-um's Drug Store belongs to this publication can be day. I appreciative audience, at chapel last We Do Our Own Lense

4'a Phone -- -- 511 traced its i
to place of disappearance, '
Friday. No
The Alligator Staff is indebted ,very 'r Grinding. Delay
s..e\\hr en the ; -/ < _
campus. much to Mr. G. W. Welch of Pepper: t
E. M. '' ,1 -------
Captain Yon, an- alumnus
,, f Kftbi9 4 Printn: Company for his intarst and
Another good result' cf the flag was on the campus the first part of
hard work in helping us to put out I II *
ru.h;; : D Sect'on, Buckman, residentswere this week on a leave from Camp, C. H. COLES & SON: .
tl e first issue of the Alligator. .. ,
cairpelled: to take a bath in orderto i Jackson. '. 1 Je\\ders and OpticiansDruggist, "F
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get the grease paint off their Carl Link, of O!''and:>, who was here,
bodies. the.first joirt of the ftnd Lieut. U. E. Earnest, U. S.. A., is)I .. .
4"ll year taitxiea ........ ,, ,
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STr'I)5)rh ) p') sus ) ..3)ibll
-- to Camp Jafttzefart fcr crexeatea par aae/ ( '

Archer: to Tn tom:, "Louis, I':) lend of rneu.-ncr?>f'i5 :again. U't111U in fine University lie is stationed at Camp) W. M. JOHNSO

ycu fifty c.nts If you want to take hezJth. .!1 1i!i Grant, ))). )r .
n:e to'the show." / '1
I*! Semester exams are onop ol us r'. U. \Yeedon, of Tampa, who attended -! F"iIi.:: ="" ._ .
ar.d all rata have noticeably retired the University from 1911 to}
Lt. Uardee "Sherman, ; .
: can you give Drugs, Chemicals, Toilet Articles
to their holes fcr cramming. Coming' 1914, is here to finish his course in'' .
the position cf a soldier verbatim?
: Sherman: "f\o, sir. I had mine cut I(direct from high schools, it is m inei -; chemistry. 1 ] Fancy StatioClnry( ( ,

ALL THE.. LATES'lNOVELTIES out.", 1 vitable i that they should depend on: I Cigars, Etc.
.' $ IN FABRICS .' this pernicious hahit for grades. However >I! The "Hell Bent" Society held its!

','I as they grow up and become first meating Sunday night a weekj
The Dignity: cf the LawA i I rorner West Main !M and nHersitf
1 are to be seen at this place: fabrics 'I: scph"sticatcd they may hope to become -I ago and as a result several Freshmen}
law ,student in the S. A. T. C. 'i Avenue
0' made into st\Hshlong wearing carefree .realized: that they were rats. I
as and
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courageous as Telephone I5 oaJncsriW;
who
r was stopped by a' sentry ( was I :
: :garments by skilled clothing almost n s green in military matters j i the studious Juniors who attend The new is completed"
gym nearly :
"movies" the : ,
and deftorkmen.. the wou'd-be! The b. 1 J. j night before exams.
designers as lawyer) w. The floor, woodwork, and plaster work !

When you are in need of a suit refused to heed the challenge.: Gordon Clemons, last year's football -|rs practically finished and the bulk of I I'I Ijthe

r- single pair of trousers, you win "Stop!" shouted the sentry. "If you ', star, returned early Tuesday I work remaining is that of finish- }

do \\ell to consult D.\ :\' 0'S. move you are a dead man." morn:rg to get ready for action during -'I j :"ng up the locker and shower rooms.i Go to MARABLI'SSTUDIO

Satisfaction guaranteed "Sir," replied the legal light, "your I the next semester. I j It is hoped it may be ready for use i I
is *
statement is ridiculous. Allow me to
j in less than
I a month. I
cloth fit, wfukmallship.f call jour attention: that in accordance I Prof.: "Define the word 'con i ii i FOR TILE REST f'lc'Tt'RESNt

Cleaning,Pressing and.Repairing with recognized authorities on the 1 science':" A soldier just from France said re had ... ,
f 1'l.T' "' '''.n'
!" -..- subject, dead men are incapable of Student: "I can't; that has, always. : pictures made several times since he went\ "

i moticn. If by reason of my so exerting -j bothered me." in the Army but said r.one of them were! -

my powers as to cause my bodyto I in mar as good as he got at Van ickeb StuI -i .. .. ......... -
:if 3hi 1rl11Jl11 Stranger dry western town toinhab'tant J? ?"' J"" -
: } Bt move from point A to point B, it : : "This is mighty dry I dio and he was surprised that the price '
t is incomprehensible" I was one third le-s than he paid other r rTYORK KE'y
weather. Doesn't it rain here
ever ?
send it toPEPPER. 'PassIr.. Blackstone," said the pl2'es.-Adv. -- -- - -
I Inhabitant: "Go long, stranger. We \
1 sentry, in a dazed mtnner.Gargoyle.Stop Agent for
have frogs here that are eight,years John Coleman! who is row in the ser,

: 'I old and have never learned to swim vice will :be diecbargep soon,and will return FLORSHE.MSHOhSWE
Some
jour kicking day you'llget '
yet.-Ex. to school next semester.
the gout and forget yourself! I ;;. .n ZZ l."l"'L".i. _:-". -
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Pump Guns. Remember we carry as complete a stock as money can buy.


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Seats on sale Monday February 3rd. Un..ited: Shoes store

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