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
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: February 13, 1919
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. VII
University of Florida, Gainesville, Thursday, February 13, 1919 No. 4 .




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Loving Cups Offered by Y. M. C. A. Not Taking Former Test to be '

to Institution With Largest En- Inter-Dormitory Game Charac- Given Chance to One as Soon as Many Prominent Rotarians Favor Putting Memorial on the Campus f f .4 f ) i
terized by Great Skill of Players on in the Form of .
rollment in Bible Study and Examination Blanks Arrhe. a Social-Religious Building | J ;
Both Sides. .
General Athletics 4 I
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Dr. Cox announces that the Army FIRST FLORIDA MAN KILLED WAS U. OF F. STUDENT!?' I.:,"-l f M:
The first of a series of inter-dor- 11l I
CONTEST STARTS FEB. 15 Psychological Test papers have all -- -
baseball Sat- t .
mitory games was won
been graded and the results tabulated.The .
urday afternoon by the Tichnites from In the larger cities of M
mental ability of Florida men our state Of the 434 students here in the year :
Thomas Hall, when they walked over shows up well in the results; of the there is considerable agitation as to 1 before the war broke out, but 160 [ I .
Last Friday in Chapel the student the Wuthrites to the tune of 12 to 6. the manner in which they shall pay remained at the close of that I
218 men who stood the test, only .
of Florida tookan
body of the University I The players showed a knowledge of twenty-six made less than C plus. tribute to the young men of Florida This difference was due to the fact I I
important step towards developing the innermost technicalities of the national made who gave their lives in the cause of that our men went to the officers' .II i
I made A eighty
Sixty-six men ;
athletics along the right line. Thru pastime, especially on the bases. democracy. All patriotic citizens
training the farms to increase
B; forty-six, C plus; twenty-five, C; li camps upon i. :
Mr. G. II.
its energetic "Y" secretary I Hours before the game crowds be- agree that there should be some me- food production, and to volunteer I''
and C minus. \
one, !
White, it issued a challenge to all : sieged the ticket office for fear that the : morial to our heroes, and the greater in the various branches of the :.;
Many students now on campus .t
state colleges and universities, formerly they might not view the contest. When who were not here when the test was number are of the opinion that this service. Forty-odd young men were r. ;I

in the Southeastern DepartmentS. ': the game was called there were nearlyi given have asked to be allowed,to takeit. memorial should be a living monu- commissioned at McPherson, the .:{: I

A. T. C., to a contest in general i i I ten people in the stands, waiting to To accommodate them, Dr. Cox ment of service to humanity, prefer- I first of the officers' training camps; ;,! r

1 athletics; the college or university i see what might take place. has ordered examination blanks identical ably the coming generations. (! and since that time more than 100 :
having the highest percentage of students The uniforms of the players were There has originated the
to those issued in the former test, among young men, alumni and students, have F, 1
voluntarily participating in truly wonderful. Even a rainbow I that these students and some wiser heads the been commissioned in the army and i
and announces as soon as I I
daily athletics, to receive a silver loving never boasted so many colors. They papers arrive he will be glad to let idea of proposing to the Rotary Clubsof navy. Not one of the University of "I '
cup offered by the "Y". varied from the dark blue of the navy the state the erection of a very Florida men who went to the officers'
I desire to take the Army
as many as I II
This is a whole-hearted movement "Jackie" to the white flannels of th,. -cical! Test. much needed Social-Religious buildingon training camp failed to receive a commission. .?
tending toward the right physical tennis fiend. I Students may find out their indi- the campus, as a distinct Rotary Over 500 served in various ,

cation of the college student edu-I The game was called promptly at vidual grades on the test by applyingto memorial from all the clubs thruout ranks in the fighting forces of the : ,:

general participation of every 2:59:30 o'clock by Umpire George I their res'lective deans. No one else the state. Instead of having a num- : nation. Our men, commissioned as ii! I

in some form of outdoor game. This :, Hartman. Following is an account of knovs anyth.ng: about them. ber of smaller, and comparatively insignificant I lieutenants, served on the military ,

movement aims to give the student the game by innings: memorials-one in Jack- (staffs at Cornell University, at Am- S 1

exercise, play, and recreation from the First Inning: Adams grounded out sonville, one in Tampa, Miami, Pen-I herst College, at the University of I'*

grind of the classroom, and to cut pitcher to 1st. Duckworth ditto, 3d TIME SHUTS DOWN sacola, etc.-why not have one great Pittsburgh, at the University of Vir'j' i !

out the grandstand athletics and the ; to 1st. Dyer struck out. Ogilvie monument to the heroes of the whole ginia, University of Georgia, etc. nAGS I

depressing conditions attending them. i walked, and stole three bases, scoring. CM J GEEK LETTER state, and place this in a neutral ter-i With such a record of service, the \,

Every student under the plan will bep:p Caruthers got to first on error and ritory-a state institution? } University of Florida is undoubtedly to (

a player, and the confirmed "bleacherite" -': scored on Boswell's home run. Scott SJKfOTISMstnr.t : The University of Florida was established -: worthy. ; I

and the deteriorating effect of walked, took 2nd and 3d on errors. in 1905. Since that time President Murphree, an enthusiastic ; I

such an occupation will be abolished.At i and scored when McDonald got to 1st there have been graduated, from all Rotarian, says: "As to the social- f.

the same time that the challenge I on an error; Wallace going to 3d. Mc- departments, about 390 young men; 1' religious building, such a structure ". '
in athletics was considered a similar Donald stole 2d. Law struck out. [ i Sorcr'ty Houses Exert Alie- representing practically every county j would be appropriate as a memorial :

one was unanimously voted for by the I Wallace scored on a passed ball, McDonald -1 rathtg InOucrtce! t>y Drawing Activities-\o Girls in the commonwealth. These men are to the young men who went from :

student body. This one challenged the t going to 3d and scoring when Away from College engaged in professions, in business, in :\ Florida to the war, especially to those ; !

same institutions to a contest for a I I Tichnor broke a bat and grounded out Uccr.i en Campus for Sororities. farming, in teaching, and in various I who made the supreme sacrifice. The"t

silver cup to be won by that collegeor short to 1st. Beach grounded out to I enterprises which make for the up- I first man from the State of Florida r!;
university having the largest 1st. "RC"31I1NG" ANOTHER REASON building and commercial interests of to give up his life for liberty and t :

centage of its students taking per-I I Second Inning: Wuthrich singledto the state. II justice, was a student of the Univer- ;' I

teer daily Bible study, and right, and stole 2d. Redman tool: I (The Tulane Weekly) The average enrollment during the sity of Florida. The Y. M. C. A.

classes of not less than thirty minutes 1st when his grounder to 1st wasj! Creek letter sororities received a year prior to the war was 434. Despite -I huts were the social and religious 'iI. f ,

each week for discussion. played to 3d, catching Wuthrich. lIar- shock Wednesday when they were informed the war and the number of men I centers in the camps in this countryand I

This was said by Pres. Murphree to sen flied out to pitcher. Carpenter that they were now under a in the service, the University opened oyerseas.Vhat: could be more j I

be one of the most forward move- took a free pass, but died when Run e faculty ban. The blow was not unex- last January 6th with an attendanceof fitting as a memorial, than an appropriate :

ments ever taken by any of our popped to pitcher. Ogilvie sauntered pected, but the students did not expect over 300 students. As the fight- building to function in the stu-

modern colleges and should do much I Caruthers out short to 1st; Ogilvie it so soon. Word came from the ing forces of our country are demobi- dent life here, as the Y. M. C. A.

towards giving the students in the I going to 3d and scoring on a wl; 1 Tune: Board of Administrators say- lized, the attendance at the State Uni- huts did in the army?" i! .

colleges engaging in this contest a I j pitch. Boswell fanned the atm' s- ;I i i I ;Irg that there would be no room for versity will continue to grow. Thereare I The University of Florida is well 1

broader outlook on life thru an in- phere. Scott out short to first. the sororties: on the campus. The indications now which point to an equipped with dormitories, commons, ..j

sight to the Great Book. Third Inning: Booth singled to.',leason! for such action is that the attendance of something over 500 next academic buildings, laboratories, libraries :

The following rules were tabulatedfor left. McCallum walked. Booth put Board finds the expense of putting up fall. Since this war has so clearly and just now is completing a

the two contests: out on double steal. Adams pops out:: houses for the sororities almost pro- indicated the value of college train-I j handsome gymnasium where men may -'

Bible Study Contest to short. Wallace out second to 1st hibitive.: The Board is not favorably ing, it is confidently believed that I! secure systematic physical training. .

1. The count shall be for six days :McDonald hit a homer. Tichnor r.cLnld towards them. within the next five or six years there But the student life is handicapped by

for each contestant. Five days of singled, stole 2d and got caught cCT. i Upcn receiving word from the Board will be a thousand young men on this reason of the fact that there is no I

Bible study shall count five points. Beach struck out. s. the Faculty of Newcomb took immediate campus training for service and citizenship place for social intermingling of students l

Attendance upon class one day for not And so it went for eight nerve rack action: called the Pan-Hellenic together I of the highest order. for motion pictures and for I

less than thirty minutes shall count ing innings. The features were: a and explained the matter totJ..cno i Continued on page four. )

two points. Total, seven points for i hard catch by Wallace on third, thc .......... Vn t'u msfV l." Y:._ mlpsxhave been- laid I
six days. hitting of Boswell and McDonald and down by the Faculty, but sororitieswere

2. All registered students in the I the pitching of Wallace. When the advised not to initiate the girls WRESTLING MATCHESTO ARE VICTORS

college or university shall be included. dust cleared away and the Burroughswas who were pledged, although they were ,

3. Class leaders shall be respon- brought into action, it revealed a not told that they could not do so.

sible for reports. score of 12 to 6, with the Tichnites The Faculty had a two-fold reason BEGIN ON THENINETEENTH OF INTERCOLLEGIATE

4. Count to begin February 15th victorious. The line up was as follows for asking the sororities to disband.

and end May 15th, 1919. : '!I Frst:: >the Faculty is opposed to "u: >sh- VOLLEYBALL MATCHES i
Athletic Contest Tichnites: Ogihie If., Caruthers2b ing", as they think it intereferes with '

1. The count shall be for five days ,, Boswell c. and p., scott 1st b., the students' work, and, secondly, they 0 f1
each week. Wallace 3 b. and p., McDonald ss., think that sororities in their present The University Wrestling Club will ;

2. One point only can be given to Law rf., Tichnor p. and ss., Beach cf., condition are an alienating influenceto hold its first tournament Wednesday, afternoon notable for
Saturday was
one man in one day. Liddon sf. and 3 b., Weaver rf. the college. Feb. 19, at 7:30 p. m., in the new
3. All registered students in the Wuthrites: Adams 2b., Duckworthss. The members of the various sorori- gym. (if finished). A tournament will the extensive program of athletics

college or university shall be counted. ., Dyer lb., Wuthrich p. and Sb., ties have taken the news quietly. The be held every Wednesday night that was carried out on the campus. !
there-I While the Wuthrites and the Tichnites i
4. All forms of athletic sports shall Redman c., Hardee c., Hanson rf., Car- Faculty is now awaiting a letter from after to decide who will wrestle !
further action is engaged in a snappy baseball game on
be counted. penter If., Runge 3b., McCallum 3b. them before any finals. Medals will be awarded to the
letter will not be ready Fleming Field, and an indoor baseball
5. A contestant must participate in and p., Booth cf. taken. champions of the various weights.
at least 15 minutes of athletics each Time: 1 hour, 30 minutes. for a few weeks as the girls have Every University student can try game was in progress near
asked that it be delayed until after Hall, an exciting volleyball tourna- I
Hartman. I Ii for in the Club. Members
day to be counted. Umpire I membership -
held between the
various -
ment being
6. The count shall begin February I Tichnites ................__4-2-2-0-0-4-0-6 i i exr.ni nations.I consist only of those who wrestle was
15th and end May 15th, 1918. I:Wuthrites ....._..........2.1-0-1-0-1-1-0-:I Dr. Dixon is in favor of Greek letter in the finals. Men who participate in colleges on the campus. 'J
with there two
. 1 sororities, but thinks that in their To begin were
the wrestling bouts will be excused
-1 i present condition they are a hindrance games staged between the Lawyers
I from compulsory physical training
Newcomb activities. "When all the and the Arts and Sciences, and the ,
. of Palatka Satur- to under Coach Buser but will have to
P. II. Rolfs, Dean of the College Dr. Cox will go to had the Ags. and the Engineers. The Law-
sororities rooms campus
;: Agriculture and Director of the Experiment day where he will start an extension t! at old Newcomb," said Dr. Dixon, report for wrestling at the physical yers and the Ags. came out on top in
with Plant culture hours. Instruction will be given -
Station, together course in education for the teachersof "they were a great stimulus to stu- this first go round. Then the Ags.
Wilmon Newell and free. If you want to try out, see
Commissioner Putnam county. On Monday hewill d,.rit activities, but now they draw the played the Teachers and showed them
Board Warner Wuthrich .
members of the Plant or Yancey.ties
other their
The elated
from the college. up.
of the talk on education to the PalatkaWoman's girls away
staff, is away in the interest I The plan for the disbanding of the will be extinct. easy victory from the Arts and Sciences -
Beater Fruit Campaign, wiiich the Club, and Tuesday night sororities consists mainly in the non- Sororities at Newcomb date back decided to take on the aggres-

I Agricultural Extension Division and I II will address the Men's Club, of the initiation of new members, so that in about thirty years to the founding of sive Aggies for a game-wiheh proved G

I the Plant Board are jointly engineering -: Church of the Good Shepherd, on the two or three years all present mem- a chapter of Pi Beta Phi in 1891. Since fatal for them. So the Farmers became ; i

,! Psychology of Business. bers will have graduated and sorori- that time seven more have come in. the champions.





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1 e all communications: news i One th'- r r. c llui: Car.; : : ,
I Ij ):ante: that ( Cued be mad'. i'r'JJ:1 th! : i'it f regular coiiej.-!; ? !i.-.... -- -'.. 'DEI
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L1 i for the ht ?:th of its sol+licrs. Why M .
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; ., '.y" is the only organ: :tin ont : ? :'ryone i.- ':eyc.i.m high pitch of

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is no substitute for r!gu'ar, ';oJ hot .. he.-r ie: rpsar on th<
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ie; upon impossibilities. ; Let have Lcu
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:or our V :' I'' The coi::
-' .h peculiar pleasure that thol< ; ,'. .::.h! ) : ';
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the return of pep.
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--M-- One phase (,f our organization re- I.4W Exchange:
If : ,;) _' ". c';,: .dvnnce what
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m ;'i i.' C honorably J C
.,1.1 l all, ana challenge: them as 1 her Ser
: FGJti'.r.ce
P1l U::? sap county or : ty. ,each it :: :. ;> JW willinsnesso I :;:
i ,t-\tent VVe'. are V\Jll tot i : all the ?: "I'ents v.ho! live h.lIu"al ,
; : ? Couns'el1or i t
: : .Ct ) rrplron: : Attorney and
\ .'. up, and v.in, else we \\jald: not the Duva I : ) made ofl
county, coi .prioe \Yh.,: :,n- : c,', ,rs in the hoursh I
i1 -. I'.allengvd. Bible: siud! ;, nth- Gainesville Florida
( Club. ,
ui'.ty! ; ;t i''- ,0 h; How much is h I
>. i ,"'a,"I'; f .- II' c : ;...bo'e'r".,. his
l 1 ; : don ? Just turn it over tot 1 : irc all the el;;-!'.hies in t,'.'ir: vicinity ;u.r.1l : t'. ;., .r.r.nd? On th' I Il drill

,',' 'C; i tors. i t tike Univ.cy: cf Flcr..ia.: Thoji't f :.: : :; tan; namos stsrai Conner Auto < I

-l- : -:. by orgj.ni/d effort i'i-uado lh; : ,1h' .,1 ,'--. -:". .f :stnctn---s; Some I Genera Conner::

r 'd'!! as a v.-ar garden t'io Uni- : ','h g'looII j; :: dilutes: of tl.or: ; cvuntjt ;le-:: :. Li ::' Yo' n ambition to rival W..shinyand Po ishintr; < use.

f has C"L-) \vcll culli-u.e.i plot c_.' t ?it \\ : ul: !t? a sin' : for lliern; to crviy tile '.. j-.ement ur.d .tti.ilthem '
I : '" t; :, : OS's and
I E '_ iMbetween Lin-:uai-!a :nd SciVl'.s. to :-: : ether s-:..l'ce but tli; ? U. of J.', ..i .; iory.TI Phone 194 )

'! : (; eJit tnd praise is most :\--i-hs: ; the .ub iviemben rie to set j' : e tc.=t. Then is der.i- f ITB:

: ::\iy! due to :Mr. Irv !.'!'. Let MS ex.-.rpie t-> the! lads: of t'l.-ir:, cmvtyI : (w'it .' I." ,5n.1t.,. "f ott: nnrnatU .. ---- -

: in tie!> eiTort to T-e' our In I the your. -r da,:; of our L"nicvy L ; ,r ., '. .. i:. _' ... a e wEll I 1I I : If
I, t ".-.ng a'.ise'! with typ'fil: and -t repress:* tli\es were employe.: '' l] ('.' : .ive mor?. I q

} v- :ori:1! grra s pits.; p-tlms: ,. '..: tiu iiuthi r., es to wait; UMOII: t'n ) ., tollir.i'.n: ; ANDPRESSING :: :: --::- "'--::

1 :, .,\\ ers r;, t'prl1g'; April .show.il .i.".jit school g i.uu-itc.-s:: and
: '.. : l soon be with us. !; u-iiiu :your! and "vcpe the>n in". tes i._. ," _' .,,_ _. w perseuF ana'liir '] Get your clotV-es cleaned I

-S- .'.: present. hcVfr, there '. c r.u :;1.-1 laid II J'.' -: ;1._ l i-;: c' on J tL" ni in the s-anitary way. :

'. ,: :OTARY CLLB MEMORIALS L r v.rj of thS.3 sorvith si; ->,' ::-- crut' ; .t '': 1 1 ,, i.i: !;..:., t? t FRENDR1' Ci.EANn

o -- ,-"tieThe; Lr.sincfS; of Ii \ < t L j ,:ld : I' : ,, 'j ANn i

: I -.\- tit;Ing'f: ; would mean more: to .:.,;':,:ture brothers to a h:' ..ti i .' .1 STFAM PRFSSINO i ,

::a'i!: I't tidy than a xi.l roiiirbaildirgr .111 is left entirely: in the cf Saves Time

: : ; on the can* ]jus. The L.'. :students.Fi.vicfore I ncoln! paid: with: every hour of his I Sates Clothes I

,. > v \\ .ih u.s no-v is the f.i :::t tiiit! ) t rs ?. .t l.u.y and or- 1.if e. i i Saves Money r\

: \- s ..re k. r.im.il by U.(' ri.iis sty at- 'rite these ,; t' i".t;;; ,'n i 1"- ;: It il.i! ; i.-e are mcd "-' : : flt Ce'! ing and Blocking a
1', I of tae: to..n of Gai'!sville.: :i.e way of z t t- ;; ru't.rtUOlitll : '1:" : Also steam Dyeing
: :
l ; I y: student knov.s thai lie! is not etc., .-. i / .: urit. : 1 ,, : .' .

10 see ; nyth'.ncr: : wh-'n :1:1': tots r ': : By all .. ? !; ... run '.' ," '" .. 11" mettcuri; 0; I
I : I. -
'j t L non Sat' uday night. The prinjn ( ; ; i--ned'ately; and outline pro- prac c' :'!;d L-p L..l,::"that 'ye arcvent. : _..-- .... -.....-

4 4 .:-:: he ;:ot.-i is sim:)' because "'1. \ 'l\- :\ :: -.vi'l draw th-j! at'er.tior.! ; '" v!': "I ,, : ;.. :- !. .:. rl- I)' I [ \\'UnDI
'- t r-.dy is 1.v.-.ntc: : it. CJ l ., L''i., i--v i!;. ir.tS.rvl!! :!L' : -. :" '1"1.l! : .-, .. lt : I wiHunft

-j i r,J den, in hand is t.) turn the .() !, !' :,' ., ; ; ( ..
; .>or>urn a1astt
I 1 t." '. lr tead of Miller's being: the I ; r.TOI

I ur.rters ft: r general hut tir: convo your club. Write that personal lettd I Fr '_":.- -g;: :? nut f.r +h-"'TIl. T'Co"J'r 'I C niucswitlt, ,11 1 '

j t -- shouUi: have a bur: : :: :!it Keep in tou'hi !1 the b-jy'c utur s.: .," .:r no p-.rsOc: : L f :::,1.pendl .- : :. 1.\ ; !.I-

i t r f.r our own social u,,'. .'.'. > _rsocial : ".- rl'it y :1 car.'t liD! ary: b-.tter. Thu '-, v ; ; ".J. '; } !.'

t v events of cour : :. U \.l ".., .1) i.h h.1 -reJ i li.Hl11't !- Fh ., ro ev'::ryr I ---- --- : : ? : J' :... fill lisbtsl

: 1. << meetings:: could be I. _. -l''l': do? : ::-

1' '-_' could exert such a .. I
1 1 VU'YCuu.h --Ii- rr aat e'iu pment nave you paid forth : -=""
: lu-e on tbx 11"",:,1 of the student in A JUNIOR PROM. I \\.' h.-'Unt; e.7'rt nod keen o'jorva- i iI '

r t.. \ :;y of iml ; c :: 1. : tl:;.: F-,,'- I I ion c. : ; .. t '_: 1. ? V,'< u'd it w

--. .... .. -,. P ,
-' '
ic < d'stinctt.l u--- 'J' ; : ": ;e = ,. .dinv-

t; c' tyofG: : : shard : tJ ; DR''

p' a: here iu_:- ? -i t --- ... to pro.jue -
g t,) discuss the vital questions.si fOT the Juniors: to give a Prom to theflyway f e by evo'ution Ether t\ :pes and ; class

o .-. in the country .- r -. !v. ; i _' c ';' -. "he: f.r: r, \ si: tu1 i iol! \- -' : :'_ : : ;ta-
,x> much "hanging ; r nng

d town. We world : les .

t 1 r: this' .mt here, but ther htai GAINESVILLE it: pried;

r0 1'1-1' ('(' for it. A building for such what a splendid building we ., We >! Rat:: oui oi me aoout what w- ,

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.;: JKKSONVILLECOHP1NY Top Dress with Nitrate of Soda i if \

mijlnJ} ] ill rD : It does not I',11 l'I! '1 I

.1 Sour the Soil .f'i 1 i I1I

I j
Nitrate of Soda leaves no jiftl' '

1 "The Ppotftjman'' ? tole" mineral acid residue behind 1
to injure your soil. It makes ':"Ji

: 129 West Bay Street bigger crops-and keeps the :i :

land sweet.Nitrate. I 1i-i; ,
Bell{ Phone 748JACKSONVILLE 'f '

; FLA of SodaTop I :W'P.! ;

,' '1
.. dress 100 Ibs. per acre for j ; :'
-THE- seeded crops; 200 Ibs. cultivatedin .1-
thoroughly for cultivated crops. '>;
; Picture Frame Specialist These light dressings, evenly 1
spread over an acre, will work for 1
your 1 I 1 1i
S. MYERS i '

& ADAMS STS. Chilean Nitrate Committee ..

II a .JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 25 Madison Ave. New York We can fit you beyond a {.

- tion, but also for information. A i shadow of doubt ,: .'
TilE BINET TEST FOR WIVES the knowledge we have of the world j j I
A size for build !
outside ourselves comes thru the every ;

The hazardous occupation of getting dium of the skin. The Ir.C-1 fcl-M(
married has 'been greatly complicated has shown that all the organs of Snappy models for )

recently by the high cost of sial sense, sight, hearing and the rest '
are simply developments of the out- / i
living. Every prospective wife, there- r ,
or skin-layer of the embryo. The skin young men.
.. fore, should be subject to the new ,
matrimonial Binet tests. deserves respectful consideration.: The
more scrupulously the skin is looked
Place the subject in an ordinaryroom. I
Before her, on a level with the after, the more responsive it will b21
t to the stimuli that it gets from the -
eyes, fix a row of millinery spindles.On
outside world, and the more accurate
one of these spindles place a
and well-organized will be the infor-
forty-dollar hat. If she shows no
mation which to the bra'n.
passes on
sign of intelligence, place on a second yl
is The bath is an act of respect to cur I
spindle a fifty-dollar hat. If she
I.. still unresponsive, keep on placing personality.-Gulick. ?'

tats before her, up to one hundred I (I
i and fifty dollars. If she begins to vibrate I ROTARY MEMORIAL SHOULDBE

i her eyes dilate and she shows

i -rmal sgns: of pleasure\ at the sight ON CMTIIS, eI
cf a one-hundred-dollar hat, then she ,
I is a fair subject for marriage, and ( Continued from rage one ) !

I. cnn be depended upon to spend all the quiet games, under companionable : .f1* :
. is supervis.cn; ; a place where the student I
millionaire capable '
ordinary -
money an
body meet for Bible; study and I :
of making in an eight-hour day. may BAY & LAURA STS' JACKSONVILLE LA. 1k J 1
Many husbands marry, not having religious services, under the directioncf {l
I a secretary and w. h the coopera- -- :--1': "'...
real : "
the slightest idea of the spending I, r!
tion of the faculty. :
capacity of their wives. The new Bi- I is so outstanding as to make I It -
Under present conditions the pull of ampus J 1 1
T..t tests are calculated to remove all the students is toward the motion pc: appear the greatest fundamental Popular Goods at Popular Prices r:

dubts.: ture shows in Gainesville, and to t'.r: wed of the University at the present.ime. ,
and beautiful girl ina .
Place a young
cheaT t'.eaters, such only as a town at
restaurant and put before her the the size of Gainesville has. The young The following are arguments presented I rE3U"Ft.

mer.u. If she selects at onca the men find their companionship when for a social-religious buildingby : : :E3I ,
. rncst expensive dishes, this is a fair Dr. S. A. Keen, one of Jacksonville's :
off the campus around the drug stores
t st of what she will do if let loose in leading rotarians, who is in-
and elsewhere. The socialrelhousbuilding. -- f "
an antique shop, or is set to gaze in devoted to entertainment rnr I terested in the University of Florida. -F
front of a diamond counter. If she "In planning and erecting a memorial -
the students'
moral uplift, tends to keep -
insists, however, on having a plain : for Florida's 'boys' who died C
social and religious life, P 1 :
sandwich and a cup of tea, she shouldb well as their intellectual and physical n the Great War, it is desirable that DO BUSINESS WITH 1 Si- '
at once placed in an institution corresponding the following considerations be observed -
activities, centered on the campus i.
to the one-time home, and companionship and acquaintance wouldbe I ; : \ The Florida National Bank I ,( '

f made to sew and mend and work in fostered. The atmosphere at a1 "It' should be related to the whole !..-. I I'
the domestic trenches.Life.A tate. I.Tht AVti Million Dollar Hank' R .. i Urer SM..,.", :
clean, wholesome 0
times would be kept "It should be related to the whole :;:: I
and elevating. > ,
all the of all the I
state and to people
} NEW WAY OF; PUTTING IT u.h a memorial building wou
contribute not only to the perpetuatio:1 :ections."It should be a practical and per- Up to date Auto Accessories and :

The skin is what separates the individual of the memory of those who hav nanent education in Patriotism. .a .
: from the universe. It is a fallen in the great world's strugglE< Supplies
be and serving
j "It should a Hung
! line of demarcation. In a certain sens e but to ends of a higher moral an .
life of the state." The iir- memorial. ,j..
it is the boundary of a man's persor:1 social "It should be especially significantto At Reasonable 1'ric-es. TIIAT'N IS
ality. It serves not only for protei:_ porta nee of such a structure on th S the young manhood of Florida, and
to their higher life, furnishing a prac-
The Rat's First English Exam. tical incentive and provision to the' 'W. H. Martin, Mgr. Gainesville: Fla. ;1!

largest number to make the most of .
themselves."It !i iat
Gee onJITAous +t ( I-- may well crown that most dem- MASQUERADE
ocratic and useful of all our state en-
M.m.m.c was
** terprises, our public educational sys .
I wticn he aatdtotmottXfIZ .t, .
L j rW VAcJor"Vom 1
-=_-=jS Ar.- fo Cove/ ? > "It may well be attached to that ADMISSION $ .50 FEB. 14 'I
that furnishedthe
institution of our state
most in men and efficient leader-
ship, and morale for Florida's part in 1

the war. ESTABLISHED 1885

"It should be connected with some Jv. (0. Hil s (t11n11n'u .;-
worthy, growing enterprise or institu-j I

tion that will be a responsible custodian DIAMON os, WATCES, JEWELRY

t( I f fEEEE and promoter of its objects."It AND CUT GLASS
i I i should fill a real, public need. 15 WEST BAY STREET J.\LK-o.\'ILLE. FLORIDA. _

Memorials .minor. value and im- --

pressiveness should not be multipliedbut ,
one, great, significant memorial,

in setting."It .
a proper '
223 W :Main Street Phone 336.
3 should be related to the systemand -
the institution that most distinc- Have your coatsuit or suit altered or relined by Expert Tailors.

tively stands for the American idealsof We also do cleaning and pressing.: We make a specialty of gloves

democracy, humanity, service, and hats, evening gowns and robes of all kinds.
t - ---=- : true culture, and chivalry that ani- F.K.Caldwell Manager
__-_-=_--_-- --'" _- "4., mated our 'boys' in the Great War.".


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m BANKING BY MAIL When You're In Jacksonville, Of Course, You'll
i. t ,t+tl

I. t .;:tii ail!=!IIn: That learning to save is just as big apart

'j ".1 Hi11U li:i;; : of your education as your book Smart Clothing and Furnishings.When .

LJQ': 1 learning. It's interesting too.EFBllhp1J. you find yourself in need

Of something in Gainesville, write us.
V'l fu in il Jn : :

Jacksonville <;) d Florida Our Mail Order Service Will Send It By Return Mail

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t RATES RERSONRBLE Exchanges have been arranged witha MADE BY COLONELColonel SENIOR H. O. T. CI
I FIE M)n 1'1: ROOMS EXCELLENT TABLE SERVICE large number of college papers in
the South. All high schools in the
j G .\IN5V1LLE. FLORIDA PHCNE 1G8 state, issuing publications, are also Walker Monday announced Each iran will receive (actual cost

.. -. ....._ that permanent appointment of offi- I value):
on the list for exchanges. Due to the
inevitable confusion of getting started cers and noncommissioned officers for 1 coat wool O. D-----------------------$ 9.79
and 1 breeches wool 0. D.-..... 6.32
the cadet battalion had been made,
large number of have not
The White HouseEast been located yet, tho they papers are "some- read off the following list: 1 shoes russet or mch'g........... 4.55
1 shirt wool O. D---------------------------
Battalion Staff 350
where on the campus". This disorderis
Wilkinson S. A. B. 1 overcoat O. D. short.........-.... 13.53
slowly being straightened out and Major: I
Main and Church Sts. Gainesville, Florida
: 1 leggins pair canvas..h
more are coming in each day. Adjutant: Franklin, J. A. (1st Lt.) 1.05
papers Whitner, B. F. (1st 1 hat service ......0........-.........--..... 200
One of Florida's lit st hotels. Given a score of 100 per cent. by For the convenience of the students I Quartermaster:
1 Lieut.) 2 collar ornaments...__................ .0?
wishing to see the exchanges we have I
State Hotel Commission. 1 hat cord ........
decided to put them in the "Y" after Q. M. Sergeant: Bushnell, H. H. .m..m..U..m. .09

:MEMBER AMERICAN: AUTOMOBILE: ASSOCIATION the staff is thru with them. r Sergt. Major: DeSilva, H. R. 1 bait:! u..................._._..................... 95

I/ Chevrons .___....___-...........__.......0.... .57
53 Rooms American Plan 35 Baths I

We have at last located the Flam Captain: Ralph Stoutamire. First Per year .....___...______._._...............$ 41.83
RATES $3.00 to $5.00 per day beau. Inquiries about it were flying Lt.: Gunn, W. W. Second Lt.: Yan-
thick and fast and it is no little reliefto I cey, M. N. First Sergt.: Hurlebaus,
steam Heat Electric Fan and Hot Water In Every Room Additional for those attending summer
be able to answer hereafter, "It is E. H.

S. OGDEN CHADWICK, :Manager here". This year's Flambeau is a I Sergeants: Bache, H. F.; Kent,. S. camps:
r---- --.-... most attractive, interesting paper. G.; Thomas, C. S.; Hollinrake, S. W.; 2 breeches cotton O. D---------------$ 3.38
1 shoes ... .
The Alligator is proud of its worthy DeFlorin, W. V.; and Caruthers, R. S. russet or. marching. 4.65)
1 shirt wool O. D-----------------------
sister. Corporals: DeVane, C. L.; Hubbard, 3.50
1 leggins pr. canvas .... ..... 105
.0. -
M.; Gleason, W. L.; Jarrel A. B.;
1 hat additional........--............ 200
BIlown Bros CO. The University of Georgia: Tulane, Bryce, J. W.; Merchant, H. M.; Hart- 1 hat cord ..................._................. .OJ
Clemson, and others are winding up a man, G. W.; Clutz, C. A.; Bennett,

good basketball season. Florida did W: L.

Gainesville Florida not get basketball in this year due to Bugler: Schneider, A. E. $ 14.67
Each man will receive in four years
the two prominent d.seasts, namelyS. H Company
property valued at 4 x $41.63, $167.32
I A. T. C. and influenza. However, Captain: Johnson, C. M. First Lt.:
I Buyers of hickory stumpage in Each man 1s ill receive in three summers
.vith an over supply cf excellent ma- Stringfellow, H. R. Second Lt.:
I property: valued at 3 x $14.67,

Fh> rida. If y>u have any hh..koryI terial a,good prospects baseball are team.very promisingfor T.Hardee D. C. J. First Sergt.: Williams ........................................................ $44.01
Each man recommended will receive
. Sergeants Tichnor J. N. Paxton
: ; ,
''t commutation of subsistence, two
t revs write us. We notice from a column of "High E. B.; Bishop, A. K.; Hansen- C.;
years, cr 590 days, at 40 cents
School Notes", printed in the Key Bartlett, C. W., Jr.; Almond, J. D. .day .......-...-......_.....__mmm...__.._. .$23600 per
3r 3 West Citizen, that an $300 scholarship; Corporals: Catlow, W. R., Jr.; Ta- Each
is offered to the graduate of Monroe tom,. L. J.; Archer, B. E.; Clemons, man may receive commutationof

G. W. ZARING & Co.WHOLESALE High School mal:.ng the best record J. G.; Meighn, D. G.; Coxe, C. C.; .cash I subsistence) three summers in kind, 135(not days paid, 40 in

thruout his high scncol career. This McKee, W. A.; Duncan, C. E.; Knight, cents per day ......0..........-........ .$51.00
will prove a great incentive for bet- D. B.
Transportation 1000 miles
ter work in the high school, and will Bugler: Stinson, P. W. average
GROCERSJ ]per summer, or 3000 miles for thre

pay practically all the expenses of a summers, at 4 cents ............. $12000
V :'CSONVILLE FLORIDA I four-year college course at the Uni- SOUTHERN EDUCATORS ON TilE Total ...0. ..................h..m $621.23
versity: of Florida or at the Florida NEGRO
Average for each of the four years

State College at Tallahassee.The in university course ........ $135.33
The Southern Education Society, in Besides: the items mentioned above,
WILSON .TOOMER Tulane Weekly breezed in last its annual session here, drew educa- equipment issued: for each student

i week. It is a snappy newsy little: tors from every Southern state. The amounts to at least "...m.. $50.00
I publication, free-think.ng and impar- Society requested the new president, The privilege: of buying extra uniform
tial in both its news and editorial poli- Dr. :McConnell of the Virginia: State at the above
mentioned) prices
1, cies. The staff evidently contains a Normal for Women, to appoint com- from the Quartermaster Department,

FERTILIZER CO. few livewire editors of sound pournal- mittees for a careful study of theSouth's which will have an additional saving
I istic most
sense. important educational
, to these who take advantage of
problems. One of these committeesis it.

K Every high school in Florida should to study Negro education and re- The privilege cf special technical
MANUFACTURERS OF I ITI try to put out some form of publica- port its recommendations at the meet- training in various fields without any

tion. There is nothing better to rouse ing next year.G. tuition charges.An .
W. Tedder, Madison, Fla., the
I up spirit and local patriotism. opportunity to obtain a com
fa : B' ;J )T1 There is enough talent in every high I retiring president in his annual ad- mission as second lieutenant of the

: TI m' lliJ!1 ..& : I .II']iJI.n/ ] r lIt school to get out a monthly paper, at dress spoke of the patriotism of the Regular Army for a period not exceeding

I a;; ill J 111 d .1J-i JLuil JJ. least. However, the Alligator will be f civilians Negroes, as shown by soldiers and I I, six months, with allowancesfor

, glad to receive items of interest from I t| alike, and also bore witness that grade, and with pay at the
those schools to the fact that the schools for colored
: high that do not publisha rate of $100.00 per month.
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA children are not what they should be.
f Privilege to institution of borrowing
"The schools", he said, "should
s moving picture films, slides, etc,
CADET BAND IS PROGRESSING i so reconstructed as to develop whatever that will: aid in the work of training

! JIisT" IVATIOXAL BAXIv RAPIDLYThe I II latent powers the Negro has. officers from the Committee on Education
believe his salvation lies in an industrial -
GAl N ESVI LLE education and Special Training.
FLA. I which will enable
' i s INCORPORATED 1888 Cadet Band under the direction him to earn an honest living and thus

CAPITAL $100,000.00 of Professor Ma.rcho: is making very i fit him for his proper place in the development Every student should visit the Alligator
.,i rapid progress. There is splendid material of the nation." office. We are glad to have
SURPLUS $100,000.00) here for the best band that the you. The publication is entirely

University: has ever had. It will be E. W. Blount ............. yours. An interesting improvementover
..................... Alto last
remembered what a great success the I Billy Glass .............. ............Saxophone- year'Gator is the fact that
band was last year, and this year we D. practically all the work cf printing: ,
: are going to have even a better one, Paul Stinson ...............?.........Trombone etc., is done on the campus by students

despite the late organization.The J. E. Walker ..................................Tenor This gives men an opportunity

members and their instruments W. D. Hart .............................Baritone school to help pay their expenses thru

I are as follows: R. P. Redmon ............................... at the same time st.mulating
Noted for Reliability rf Fifty Years. H. H. Zeder.................................Cornet Paul Graham ...................Snare Bass a greater interest in the details of the
Neil Bartlett .........__....._.. Drums paper. But if on
Cornet R. Hunter ........... you want to stay
.I: : ; 41 West Bay Street L. B. Pratt ............_....._..........Cornet W. F. Hendrick .. Snare Drums good terms with the staff, please keep
L. A. Hograth ..... ..... _.......Cornet B. J. your hands off the equipment etc.
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Couper .
Jacksonville Vick DeFIorin .....__.*.._._.....Cornet There is Drum Furthermore, it is a breach of etiquette
FloridaClass no one thing
R. F. Cooper ...- -_.Cornet much that adds so in the journalistic world to
J. H. McDonald.__.___Clarinet lege, life pep enthusiasm to the col- read the proof. It would seems a3

PinsRingsMedals and Trophies. C. D. Johnson ...-....--........_.Alto*,the redeeming as the factor band. At times it i good to read the news one time as another

: :: J. D. Sundy .___...._...._._.._........Alto I)'highly praised. and is to be but not so. "Wait and see", is
as good a rule. here as at the table.


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1919 Spring & Summer
Samples on display Fair Literary Society held avery Juniors are planning to entertain I Q GAINESVILLE 0
a interesting meeting Monday the Senior Class at an early date.
night. The members answered to the The nature of this entertainmentis FLORIDA
Alteration, Repairing and Pressing roll call with quotations from Presi- not yet known, but tentative plans.
.__ ..n. I II dent Wilson. :Many famous sayingsof which have been formulated by a committee !:, E Ii i I

I our President were brought out. appointed for this purpose i
Mr. Duke Williams read a selection some time ago, assure that the festi- ',
Ii from a famous speech delivered in the val will be unique. It is a matter of I ':
i English Parliament in defense of Eng- common knowledge that this committee I -. I
land's entry into the war. It set forth is noted for promulgation of fri\ol- I
the high motives that led Great Britain ities. t;
to take a hand in the great world r..
Gainesville Furniture Co.D BURNETT
E. S. McKeen read a few comic VILLE GIRLS I
selections from Mark Twain. These .
R .' Cox, ProprietorPALFVI were typical of the famous writer's The young ladies of Gainesv so- 1l .'//1/: f;1 S;!.r'I/"E f.-.

humor, and Mr. McKeen's personal ciety gave a very delightful darce Ins I f\S .......r::"""' :<...,.- .., 4L'
manner of presentation did much fo Saturday night to which they inviteda rJJ.
make the reading the enjoyable fea- large number of University boys. It tf. j
Co. <
ture that it J. BjcColIa l I
---=-.- was. was held in the K. A. rooms, the use
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Mr. Harold Bache discussed current of which was secured thru the cour- DRUGGISTS : a j '
topics and brought out many interest- tesy of the Kappa Alpha Fraternity. "The Recall :store" Phone 141 't.
I PARLOR ing live issues of the day. Professor Marchio started the dance .Air 'nis 'or ::1LJW I
with music from his saxophone trio ET'S AM No Kl
BENTON ENGINEERING SOCIETY and wound it up with his regular or- ,I
r (/ J's Jrr-ze chestra. SEE s'l*j:1

I Jce [JJ'eUJnJ Benton Engineering rats are mak- A bowl of punch was on hand in' .. -U-ida1: ,,' :

I ing plans to scalp the Ag. Club rats the card room, and tho it was constantly -'! FOR :
We specialize in refreshmentsfor I in the big inter-society debate next surrounded by thirsty dancers, ,' Dru s. Stationery !'"i-l! Article, tll; I
Monday night. The Engineers, tho it never ran dry. Camhe S lu'e"'r Cards
i beaten by the Farmers in volleyball, i{ W aU-rrnai>'. i rna u.,. : I f I
social parties have decided to show their victors ---
some real style in the speaking line.I rome to >. I

I Last Monday night Dr. Benton gave The annaul ball of the Theta Chi Doran's Bicycle Shop
-.. a very interesting account of the Uni- Fraternity given last Friday night in I East Main Slttt ::I :
I j versity's activities during war time, the ballroom of the Elks Club, was l. .
Diamond Ice Co. and told of the founding of Benton one of the best entertainments that
Engineering Society by the late Lieut. have been enjoyed this season. I i iT-m: _T- .1J
Gibbs. Decorations were in the fraternity
Manufacturers of Everybody is expected out to hear colors, red and hite. Favors were I The New Edison ; \

I Finest Crystal Ice the Ag. and Engineer rats pull off pretty paper hats, each one of which
Cold Storage in Connection the biggest debate of the year. contained the "fortune" of the wearer.I liTHE PIIONOGR m \WITH f; I

GAINESVILLE! FLORIDA I During' the intermission the guests' sj'1
-. __ = __ __ PEABODY CLUB were served with sandwiches and cof- A SOUL"Talking ;1 i
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J.S. BODIFORD & CO. I, Mr. Cecil Johnson Monday night fee.One of the features of the evening I achines;

The Alachua 1 1E DRUGGISTS '. gave a short, interesting three-min- was the "University Jazz", which with!' imitate the ArtistsThe Itl1 I
ute talk on the future of the teaching its irresistible music, drew many an'
1 :Est:. urant and Lunch Room I GAINESVILLE FLORIDA J profession. encore from the enthusiastic dancers. New Edison Re-Creates

FOR Prescriptions Called for and Delivered Doctor Cox speaking on the ideal II music in all its original :
FREE !! C college student, said: "His first requisite MANDOLIN CLUB ORG.XIZESI ,
LArr"ES AND GENTLEMEN ., is to know how to study and howto I w I beauty. y.

:.:tl! ., ulock from Atlantic Coast Lino judge a book. If a student really The Mandolin Club met and organized -
!learns how to read books he gets Come to our store and learn
I.cpotTelt'lhone THE -SANITA-y-I' Tuesday night, Feb. 4, under I
a great deal out of college. But, be- the supervision of Prof. A. R. Marchio, j of what we mean l hy the phraseReCieatioxi.

507iirvesville :sides his mental activities, the student instructor. The next night at a second|I "t Iusic's ." .i;
< Florida I must have a right attitude toward meeting it elected the following of-
- Promptness Courtesy :
other campus activities and not ficers: I 1HE EDISON! SHOP : ; .
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-- --- :spend all his time on his books. He I President A. E. Schneider. .
1 should take part in the social life Secretary, Treasurer, and Assistant : I Graham Building. i } _I

I of the college and town and get some- Instructor, II. F. Bache. i I
E thing out of it that will be of valueto Business Manager, II. II. Zeder. : I
HOTEL GRAHAM PHIFER STATE BANK him in the future. He should Those enrolled as active members of University Store f:

t .;" ",,. _, ?... ';:-1', learn how to study both books and the Mandolin Club are: C. A. Clutz, J. jB-tstmtut, Language Hall) '.;
I I men. Also, he should participate in H. Klock, J. B. Booth, W. Airth, J. .
t 1 some fcrm of athletics. Mere things S. Sherman, L. E. Todd, Joe Scho- Everything

.: European GI1IESVILLE FlROIDAI than mere exercise can be gained from field, II. McCallum, D. F. Chris- s .

r .. .. ..... I play. tance, W. T. Hendry, II. K. Jerimiassen -
; ,, : ::-...:..".:i'X; ) MJD, I forStudents ';i f
j ,, I and Ralph Tatom.
/ M Powell, Proprietorm.esville AG. CLUB PROGRAM The Club is ambitious, and a good t
MOLNAR'SDINING program may be expected from it in
Florida At the regular meeting of the Ag- the near future. Any student playinga
I ROOM ; ricultural Club Monday night, sixteen fretted instrument will be admitted -------

Where Price are Just Sight and Food is : Freshmen delivered short speeches on to membership in the Club. FORD t i.
American Shoe Si rved as You Like it II the question of whether"An Engineering I ,
ASK ANYBODY i Experiment Station is as essen- ENGINEERING STUDENTS, J. II. ALDERMAN, I'roprietorTIIE11011EUFTfil:1
i ial to the public welfare as an Agricultural NOTICEMr. .
aCompany Experiment Station". These I I 10tS .

speeches, as a whole, were very good. R. F. Carey, representative of
114 fast Main:: North SMITH BROS The "old men" acted as judges. After the Essington Works, Lester Pa., ahwnch FORDrr10TOR
due consideration, they selected Mr. of the Westinghouse Electric
Telephone 139 L. D. Williams and Mr. C. L. Walkeras and Manufacturing Company, is

: representatives to meet the repre-. scheduled to be at the University on
MEN'S SHOP sentatives of the Benton Engineering or about the 24th of February to speakto GARS
!, Society on this subject next Monday the upper classmen of the Mechanical -
Gall and Delivery free JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA :I evening. Mr. Traxler was selectedas Engineering Department about the Accessories, Supplies And Repairs

. alternate for the team. advantages of a technical apprenticeship -
_: """" l;' < ,:.,i....po:0.:5 ,..'-> :c "'. >-t Professor Willoughby'" was elected with that company. .6a. ..
GERALD JOS. O'REILLY critic for the club and offered some This talk should be of interest to ; 11 GainesvilleCocaCola .I

MAGNOLIA HOTEL ARCHITECTBKSVILlf excellent advice. all engineering students. Mr. Carey I I
I has helped many young engineers to
Situated North of A. C. L. MIAMI l I JOHN MARSHALL get started, and his advice will be well
Depot worth listening to. Bottling Co
A1.4 7ES REASONABLE FLORIDA I A short talk on John Marshall, the j *
first Chief Justice of the United Height of OptimismA ffarfrr '' >">er Irginla Are and Ctatoo 3t.'w .

Mr. W. J. Bivens was the
States, by Gainesville Fla.
who will into restau-
-- THOM\S, Secretary man go a
W. T11OMA3 Treasurer O the morning ;
of Saturday
1 t. F. TII"MA< l'reshlenR. feature rant without a cent in his pocket
John Marshall Debat- ;r ;3 8 lraf'3f
meeting of the planning to pay his bill with the pearlhe i
Thomas Company Inc.HARDWARE ing Society. A series of such talks on intends to find in his oysters.-Ex. '
the lives of eminent jurists is being I II I
SEED planned by this club for the remain- STAR GARAGEJ.
IMPLEMENTS, Here's a good one on Duke: One I
der of the semester. Blackstone and I
of the railroad companies sent complimentary -\ R. FOWLER ProprictfA
Gainesville, Fla. Cooley are to be the next two subjects. tickets to the editorinchiefof

-AGENTS FOR- Following the talk by Mr. Bivens, the Alligator and his wife for a Dealer jet: A&JSftfefts\ aai 1wswltsIistrlbutor
a debate on, "Resolved, that a Leagueof
trip to Orlando. Wanted: A wife to
HARVESTER CO. Nations should be formed at the for .
THE INTERNATIONAL present time", resulted in a victoryfor take a trip to Orlando. Alacbua, Levy Putnam and -t. Johns

and the affirmative, espoused by Open discussion followed, resulting-in I Counties ,

THE JOHN DEERE PLOW CO. Messrs. Morgan and Qulnan; over their the decision of the Society to have a Union :Street anti VirginiaGAINESVILLE Afmue

All Kinds of Farming Tools opponents, Messrs. Dye and Norton.A thirty-minute drill in Roberts' "Rules
FLA.Elcrirla .
snappy address by Dean Trusler of Order" at each meeting, under the ,
completed the morning's program. direction of Prof. Arnold.





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KUE 8 CHEVROLETMOTOR LOCALS ness Miami. of C.Sunday her Kent father.A. on was.account called of home the ill-to SCHOLARSHIP CUP i ALWA p A OM

CARSUHERNATIONAL G. W. Albright, a new student, has C. Simmons, A. Sollee, J. A.
registered in the Agricultural College.B. Cranford, and A. B. Roseboroughspent
a delightful week-end in Jack- PI K. A. pROW

G. Gregory of Lansing, Mich- sonville with their folks, renewing old
1 igan, an old student, has just enrolledin friendships and visiting the high I '1\t ..r '" :- ::; 'c :rAT _
'TRUCKSPARTS the Agricultural College and expects school. The winners of the Inter-Fraternity
to finish his course this year. Conference Scholarship cup for the THE
& SERVICE GATOR BITESShe year 1917-18 is the Pi Kappa Alpha
Lt. J. R. Tatum of Miami has returned fraternity. The average of the Pi
LAUTZ AND HELVENSTOS to Florida and will continuehis K. A.'s was 82.24 per cent. They were Lyric Theatre
engineering studies. : "Doctor's bills? My Dad is a followed in order by the Theta Chis, ,
doctor, so I can be ill for nothing." Kappa Alphas, Alpha Tau Omega, and
: Dr.T enchm Mrs. Munsell, widow of Dr. Munsell, lie: "My father is a parson, so I the Sigma Alpha Epsilone. I Home ufO"er Pictures
a graduate of the first year's class of can be good for nothing".-Ex. I The trophy was presented at a meet-
m D entiE3tOffice : this University while it was locatedat ing Monday night, called by the Inter-
II' Graham Bldg. Lake City, has presented the University Examination question: "How do you! Fraternity Council for that purpose.I -
with a valuable collection of execute 'to the rear March'?" I The presentation was made in a most
: Gainesville, Fla. Phone 25SJ I books. Answer: "Command is given as both 1!fitting manner by Mr. Van E. Huff, of: W .S. Dorsey & Co

feet strike the ground; turn and go' the Sigma Alpha Epsilon, the fra- EVERYTHING
; !I Lt. William E. Daniell, who recently the other way". I ternity then holding the cup, while I in GROCERIES
I fi UNCLE E MOSES !!secured his commission at Camp Gordon Mr. Dewey Dye made the acceptance, For Goodnes., ake
c, !1 has resumed his work here in the Student, at the 'phone, to his girl: I speech in behalf of Pi K. A.'s. It Drink Dorsey's Delight Coffe
: ;' MONEY TO LOAN College of Arts and Sciences. "I just called up to see if you had was the theme of both speeches that e
anything on tonight". the cup had been an impetus to schol- a.. .--'--.-.-
I I Strings for Musical Instruments i I Richburg, Hogarth, and Garnett are She: "No, I haven't". arship in the fraternities, and had led -
!I: ; 11C-112 West Union Street ;1 in the infirmary now, but Miss Mc- He: "Then I'll be down to see you". to a friendly rivalry that was pleas- Eye. GlascyTe.ted
Robbie reports them doing well. ing and inspiring to all concerned.
{: NICK DAMATO I What's the matter, Christance? You Correct averages for the various I % F".01i
John L'Engle, of Jacksonville, has look as tho you had lost your best I fraternities were reached after considerable -
Next McCollum's: Drug Store' entered upon the law course ...here.I friend. Cheer up, kid-you know the I tedious work on the part of j i We Do
I one about the street car-there will the registrar, Miss W. B. Ellis, anda Our Own Lense
Phone -- 511 I
I! be another along in a minute.A committee from the Conference. Grinding. ND
!1 J. A. Franklin spent a delightful : Delay
I Exactness was obtained by carryingthe
i :1 week-end in Jacksonville with a .
verygood crowd was listening to Brof.Hathaway's figures out to four decimal places-
Q11U1i I, friend. story cf the accident in I The trophy now in the possessionof
s: I 4'Ii' 1V t C. H. COLES:
& SON\
I which Rhea was injured. He concluded the Pi K. A.'s, is a handsome silver
E. P. Granberry and T. R. Dune of his recital by saying: "My loving cup, ten inches in height. It is Jew<-u and Opticians
Jacksonville, have recently returnedand boy, you must have been born on a white silver lined and thread-banded,I I
are resuming their courses in the lucky day to have escaped that acci- is of beautiful design, and bears the "
Arts and Science College. dent alive". I inscription, "Inter-Fraternity Conference -
I Snyder: "Lucky day, nothing! Justa 'I' Scholarship Cup", enclosed in a II W. M. JOHNSONDruggist
w s 6 I A. L. Rider, a last year's student in typical hard head". wreath. It was first offered as a
i the Teachers' College, came down from I prize for scholarship in the school I
tr j Tallahassee the latter part of last Pratt, who had taken a liking to I! year of 1916-17, when it was won by I fci 'Tihr llTifil
!! 'I week to resume his studies. chopped lettuce, remarked at supper I the S. A. E. fraternity, whose average Drugs, Chemicals, Toilet Articles
1 i recently: "I wonder why they can't j for that year was 80.9656 per cent. Fancy Stationery,
ALL THE LATEST store this stuff in a silo and feed it I
J. B. Walker arrived last week to to us out of season". Etc.
NOVELTIES IN FABRICS take up a course in the Teachers' Col- With the departure of the S. A. T.
F are to be seen at this place: fabrics lege. I walked into dinner the other day C. officers Miss Hunter lost her Hart. Corner U't'stIarn: St. and t'nfen-lty
made into stylishlong wear- about two minutes late. As I approached There seem to be other fish in the Avenue
Telephone ,
ing garments by skilled clothing P. W. Fattig, professor of agricul- the table I saw that young sea, however. I. 152 < in TffleGo

designers and deft workmen. tural education in the Teachers' Col- Pratt's face was as white as a sheet.I .I ----- .. .
lege, went to Lemon City last Satur- sprang for a glass, saying at the Gordon, translating French: "Mymother's -- -
\Vhen you are in need of a suit day to visit the Smith-Hughes agricultural same timeVhat's the matter,' sister is my brother". _-#J..<;'.a.; :::;- ._ '-1" ""
single pair of trousers, you will i school there. Pratt?" He recovered,long enoughto i
do well to consult DAl\IA TO'S'II I answer: "Friedlander, for Heaven's'! Son: "Papa, what is an orator?" I to MARABLE'SSTUDIO
Satisfaction is sake, the bull is tender". j Father: "An orator, my son, is a 'I I
(man who, having nothing to say, says
: fit workmanship.
cloth I Most
any one can pictures, but FOR
He was sitting in the parlor, it with overflowing, superfluous, su-
and Repairing es experience": blend
CleaningPressing the lights
And he said unto the light, perexuberant redundancy". C3SS ._'' ,-' '7 ..
land shadows noticeable
1 so and pleasingn I
I Vansickle's Photos. Adv. I "Either you or I, old fellow, ,
H Will be turned down tonight". She did not like her suitor but to
( f its tintingsend keep from hurting his feelings she I ;
Dr. Crow is in receipt of a message i Rastus: "Don't turn dem chickens had accepted an invitation to dinner. !
H it toPEPPER. announcing the arrival of a nine-pound' out". I They were seated at a table in the j NPWYQRK RACKETAgent
baby boy to Mr. and Mrs. H. E. : Mirandy: "Why, won't dey come restaurant when he, looking up from I I
Bouis of Cincinnati. Mr. Bouis was I home?" 1 the menu, asked, "Will you have a forFLORSHEM
II formerly a student of the University I Rastus: "Deed dey wont, dey will, little shrimp?" SHOES
of Florida. go home"-The Tiger. She: "Oh, this is so sudden".
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