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 20, 1919
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
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The Florida-_ Alligator 111

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__ _____ ________.________ University of Florida, Gainesville, Thursday, February 20, 1919 No. 5




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Largest Attendance Ever Had is Expected Has Varied Experiences-Now Work- of Athletic Contest for "Y". i ;<

this Year. Boys to Have ing Gang of German Prisonerson Cup is Postponed Until March: First Alligator Staff, as Promoters of the. nit F"nt to Get Gato y I'j''j

Use cf New Gymnasium; French Roads Receipts to Pay Off Old 'Gator Debt \, \
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At the annual conference of the -'I- I
The annual State High School Track The following letter is from First Southern Intercollegiate Athletic As- PROF. BUSER COACHING FACULTY TEAM ALREADY 1'.f ;
Meet will be held at the University Lieutenant Harvey A. Hall, Co. F" sociation held in New Orleans last I J

this year about the middle of April. 113th Engineers, A. E. F., now in Friday and Saturday, Florida's challenge i r '.: '
The exact date will be announced Houdelaincourt, France. Lieutenant to a contest for general athleticswas With the athletic field for a theater, niuscle-building exercise. k' '
later. Hall was formerly a student in the delivered to the representatives of I and the baseball diamond for a stage,] Tile Seniors have not definitely decided t l'l'a

Five years ago this plan of holding Engineering College of the Universityof practically every college and university -!j the greatest show of the year will i on their players, but it is expected .

. annual: state high school athletic con- Florida, and his letter is addressedto in the South. Mr. R. C. Cubbon, be seen on Washington's birthday,) that they will put up their r.o i

tasts at the University was instituted. Dean Benton.An physical director cf the Southeastern I! February 22, when our dignified crag baseball stars. +
Every year since then it has grown account of the successive hikes Department of the Y. M. C. A., ': Seniors will attempt to defeat the I Tjhose of the faculty who have decided I J 1

rapidly and has vindicated itself according and different stations of Lieut. Hall livered it in person before the de:1:1 sober faculty in at least one encounter. I to take part in the massacre of ;' 1
to the idea that it was based i I immediately after his arrival in ciation.A In short, we are to have the greatest the Seniors are: Dr. Murphree, who .'

upon. It .is intended to stimulate intErest France, has been omitted from the let- letter from Mr. Cubbon to our baseball game we ever saw. I is ekpected to employ his diplomatic ;' !

in athletics and physical development ter for lack of space. The more interesting : local secretary, Mr. White, dated some I II The Alligator staff is responsible I Ii powers to advantage in persuading y I

thruout the state, and incidentally parts follow: I time before the opening of the S. I. i for the promotion of the contest, and I the J>at to become acquainted with the .. ; I

to arouse an interest among "Houdelaincourt (Meuse) France, A. A. Conference, suggested that the II the gate receipts are to go toward 'i I' ball| Dr. Cox, who, it is rumored, is .,_'. I

the young men of the state in their "January 6, 1919. time for starting the contest be post- paying off a debt contracted under a I sitting up nights investigating more
own University.Mr. My dear Dr. Benton and Frineds in poned in order that all eligible insti- former management. The admission :) thorbly the psychology of the base- _
A. L. Buser, the athletic director Gainesville]] : tutions would )have a chance to try charge will be twenty-five (25) cents. :; ball mitt; Dr. McGhee, who will probably .

of the University, makes a "Probably you will think that it is for the cup. The letter follows: The faculty came forward like good : { attempt a chemical research on "

strong appeal that every standard high a long time between letters, but will sports, and are going into the thing (; the ;subject; Prof. Fulk; Prof. Tur- ,<

school in Florida be represented at just have to beg pardon and ask that "Dear Friend White: I I earnestly. Under the able coaching: ling on; Prof. Willoughby; Prof. '

the meet this ;year and make it the the delay be overlooked. Getting acclimated "Your efforts ;n the direction of a of Prof. Buser they have already begun 'I Grimm\ a former varsity star; Prof. ; J' :I
largest ever. to new work in a new coun- broader'recreational program for the practicing for the big event. And, Thocoughgood? ; Prof. Simpson, whose f..J

The meet last year was a grand try rather upsets the order of things, University of Florida are certainly take it from the Alligator staff, when ; aid Is counted upon to work out the .; i 1
and I cannot claim to be very regularin those dignified Seniors get a glimpse direction and velocity of the ball by :
success in every respect. It is expected bearing fruit, and I am going to use <
that the coming one will be my correspendence, anyway. ButI your challenge to a mighty good ad- of line up that appears below, you will' mathematics? ; Prof. Rogers; Prof. .: 1

even greater, both from the stand- frequently think of those with whomI vantage at the S. I. A. A. Conference see some frantic scurrying after bats Smith; Major Floyd; Coach Buser; I
point of entries and the number of worked in Gainesville, and it certainly Friday and Saturday in New Orleansto and other paraphernalia necessary for Profj+ Spencer; and Prof. Scott. ";
schools represented.Last gives me a tug to go back when I get results. vigorous practice in the art of the national -i i Isa't this enough to make you spend j

year and several previous think of it. We are a long way from "Whitfield suggests that the con- pastime. Their rusty muscles your| last nickel to see this game? } !
the old place, and nothing in sight to will need about as much limbering up : There may be some more interesting If" I
years Duval High School of Jackson- test start on Feb. 15th, but I would
show when those of the faculty-if not more. announcements on the subject next
we may be returning. Itwill as
ville was the winner of the cup of- suggest March 1st in order to give .'
probably be six months after we Looking wise does not often prove week. 'lif ,.
fered to the school making the greatest others a chancy to get under way. -L 1
receive our notice to pack up beforewe Such contest will necessitate the
number of points. She is coming a i ,
back this ;year "big and strong", with receive our discharge, so it looksas working out of an attendance record, PACLTYIEETIXG. .1

the intention of retaining her trophy. ifIt e might enjoy army life for and I think our daily report will meet LAWYERS\ TAKE PARTIN t 1 DISCLOSES A FEWINTERESTING :

Several other high schools have shown some time to come. every requirement. I would also sug- ,.
splendid! spirit in participating in these "I have had quite a varied and in- gest that all colleges entering the THRILLING DIME' J FACTS X j

meets from year to year. Key West, teresting experience since leaving contest be required to submit weeklyor
for instance, sends her braves five Camp Shelby on September 5th. Firstto monthly rep,tr; ana; rerhapn it NOVEL r MURDER' TRIAL At a meeting of the University 'I I
hundred miles to help put the schoolon Camp Mills to be outfitted, then might be well for us to ask for the faculty last Friday, several interesting "

the map. It is hoped that other Hoboken, and embarked on the S. S. job of recording these totals, since we acts were brought to the attention "

distant schools will copy this spirit. Finland on the 14th, sailing on the are non-partisans and incidentally Prosecution Asserts that Sheriff's of that body. Here are a few ;.;
Pensacola High School is recognizedas 15th. We had an extremely smooth vitally interested. Bloodhounds Trailed Aeroplane that of them.
having an active and efficient athletic trip with onlv a collision with an- "Mr. Boland has taken care of your Carried Murderers from Scene of There are now 200 men in the R. ;; I I !
association from the records that other ship of the convoy at 1:30 one equipment needs, and informs me thatif Crime. O. T.1 C. i I. I

:che has made in that part of the morning to vary the passage, but no you have not already received your students are enrolled on the j I

state. Yet, so far she has never been damage to speak of. I was detailedfor goods, they are in transit. A lost will, a mysterious bottle of book of the registrar-not counting :", 1

epresented at one of these annual look-out duty, having charge of "Sincerely yours, morphine sulphate tablets, attractive course men. .. .,
meets, where all progressive high three sections, 39 enlisted men, so had "R. C. CUBBON, girls of questionable age, bloodhounds, At 'the close of last year there wasa ,,L.'
something to do besides attend mess "Dept. Physical Director." deficit of $2100.00 in the treasury
:chools of Florida come to make them- a peculiar and weird howl of a dog in
Svlves known. This has been a source and stand boat-stations twice a day- the wee hours of the night, beautiful of thtj Athletic Association. Today all :, .
Pen- one hour before sunrise and one hour debtsare; paid, and there is a balance
cf embarrassment every year for THE COSMOPOLITAN flowers and a strange fainting spell;
cacola men at the University. The after sunset. We sighted France on together with the dead body of a dear in the bank of $239.80. ':
the 28th CLUB ORGANIZESLast I I':. ( has been ':
Brest that af
Miami landing at Perryman appointed
same thing may be said of the friend, formed the chain of circum- I -
ternoon. baseball coach, and is arranging a
''icrh school. stantial evidence upon which the pro-
make "Our next move was on December12th week a of students, of I schedule for the coming season. t.
This year we are prepared to group secution based its case in a murder
he visit of the high school fellows to Demange-aux-Eaux, where varied nationalities, met and orga- trial in the Moat Court of the Law I Since Professor Crandall has been \
there was another big over-flow dump, nized the Cosmopolitan Club of the chairman of the Discipline Committee '
-pecially pleasant. The Coach says College that lasted thruout Monday, I
and a portable sawmill for sawing ma- University of Florida.! One of the ;hat committee has not been j
of last week.
that: they will]] have the use of our new Tuesday, and Wednesday
the terial for bunks. There was not so principal aims of this club is to brine I obliged to hold a meeting.C.tI .
i ymnasium building-the best in A good reputation, the dictionary, a i.
suth, and all accommodations will much to be done there, so after five in a closer relationship our foreign love of children, and an alibi com- J I

Le furnished on the campus. days about half of the detachment was students with the rest of the student prised the chief reliance of the de Ir KNIGHT INSPECTS

They will be shown some real university i- ent to join another part of the com- body. The idea of the formation of a fense. I It. O. T. C. BATTALION

spirit: as we have it here. pany, and I went to company head- club of this kind originated with men Prof. Arnold, evidence instructor, in 1j ..
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The records made at. the meet last quarters at Dainville-Barthelville. My who formerly had been members of an effort to give all his students the
: ar .TS as follows: main job there "at first was hunting a the Cosmopolitan: Club of the Univer- advantages of actual experience, called Captain A. S. Knight, official army
billet, so I looked the town over, and of Illinois affiliated inspector of the Reserve Officers'
100-yard dash, 10 4-5 seconds. sity with the C. I his imagination into play and devised -
Mile run, 5 min., 7 3-5 sees. decided on a room with the village F. A. C. C. a "case" involving all the salient I Training Corps in all colleges of the
440-yard da h. 57 9-10 sees. priest, where I found the most com- At the weekly meetings of this club, rules of evidence which have been i southeast, was at the University of II 1
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120-high hurdle, 18 3-5 sees. fortable and pleasant quarters that I the various members will give inter- covered in the class this semester. Florida last Friday, and inspected the i j

229-yard: dash, 24 8-10 secs. have chanced to find at any of my esting talks concerning their respec- The case, "State of Florida versus ]' student battalion. He was well pleased
stops this far. There were two offi- tive countries. with he spirit and attitude of the
cO-yard run, 2 mins., 11 sees. Wfiliam Brown", was a work of art,
cers there already, so I found very of the R. O. T. C. here.
220-yard low hurdle, 2S secs. Officers elected were as follows: J. and it was the judgment of every Captain
High jump, 5 feet, 7 inches. little to do, so managed to make two i Veloso, president; D. O. Pinto, vice member of the class that Prof. Arnold Knight was in charge of the -
*">t put. 38 feet. trips to Neufchateau to have my photo president; and J. Sampio, secretaryand should write for the movies or com- vocational) section of the S. A. T. C.
taken and identity card fixed up. I treasurer. at the!University of Florida for about
Pole vault, 10 feet, 3 inches. pose dime thrillers as a profitable
had been in France nearly three six months last year, and made many
1 read jump, 20 feet, 10 inches.
months without an opportunity to get line.E. friend in Gainesville and at the University t
Relay race, 1 min., 43 secs. D. Beggs, C. M. Bininicker, J. .I
my card, but finally got a picture FLORID.XOW HAS 32ACCHEDITED J. Caruso, II. C. Gordon, T. P. In- while stationed here. His

made and got the card the day before SCHOOLS gram, and C. A. Savage, under the headquarters are now at Raleigh,
SERPENTS, NOTICE Christmas. While in Neufchateau I N. C. j I
I leadership of H. S. Bailey, were as- j .
managed to get some things for the According to Prof. W. S. Cawthon, signed as State's attorneys; while the 1

There will]] be a meeting of the Ser- men for Christmas from the Red State High School Inspector, there are attorneys for the defense were E. K.
Our Christmas did Pro; W. S. Cawthon, State High
Ribbon at 1:20 P.1.. Cross. packages schools in Flor- E. B. Hampton E. K.
F'-'nt Suciety until the before now thirty-two high I Perryman, School;Inspector, made a tour of in-
show day
Feb. 24 their room, 49'i not up for and J. P. O'Riley led by L. Z.
i Monday, ida that have qualified places on Knight, thru Pinellas County last
and few then, but
homas Hall. It is important that all Christmas only a the approved list of the Southern Morgan. Dewey A. Dye was the i
have been coming along slowlyever !
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nembers attend this meeting, as ar- they Commission on Accredited High judge. I
The Y. M. C. A. and the
I :mgements will be made for the since. Schools. At the meeting of this com- Many brilliant addresses of the
dance. Red Cross gave us a little handout of mission last January, DeLand, Pal- typewritten impromptu variety were at this stage of the thrilling trial that

W. H. FORD, President. candy, cigarettes, chewing gum, ma- metto, and Fort Pierce were the new made in the course of the trial. When the Court limited the freedom of
r gazines and books, so we managed to schools to gain recognition. of the counsels for the State ardently speech to possibilities.
give the boys a little Christmas each.I lone Prof.;' Arnold is highly pleased with
II. II. McCallum, champion surveyor There are forty-eight high schoolsof contended that the sheriff'sbloodhounds
en the campus, spent the last weekend guess most of them will eventually senior grade in this state. Sixteenof I could trail aeroplanes, the success which this plan attained,

I doing a little surveying and claim get a package. :Mine, mailed Novem- these, therefore, have yet to qual-I however, he left the judge up in the and similar trials are to be held often

n-.arking at Bell Fla. ( Continued on page three.) ify as accredited schools. air as regarded a decision.. It was during the coming. months.


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. Aii Alligator 2 Thursday, February 20, 1919



STATION ings are certain of being heated. Jacksonville, ; Florida.
1I ri
I and published by students whereas, one man in the other case I ModernFireproof-' rooms 150 with bath.
*\f the University of Florida every As an asset to the State of Florida, would only heat one or two buildingsat

Thursday in their own print shop on the federal government could hardly the most.Furthermore. Headquarters for students of
the campus. do a better thing than establish an the centralized heat-
.i engineering experiment station at the ing plant has proved of more lasting
iR i State University. Such a station quality than the individual furnaces.The the University of Florida and

Staff would be profitable not only to the greatest trouble with the dormi-
i: DUKE WILLIA IS..Editor in. Chief state, but also to the nation.It tory heat in the past has been due their friends.

.:". BENJAMIN ARCHER......Mng. Editor is apparent at a moment's glance more to the poor quality of the fur-
r. LOUIS TATOM......Asst. Mng. Editor that such stations are essential to the naces than to the attention given Rates $1.50 per da + European plan and upwards.

I; REGINALD DeSILVA....Local Editor public welfare. As a nation-wide es- them. The radiator system in the J.B.POUND Pres. H.IUJARPER Mer.
1 H. II. :\lcCALLU\L..Athletic: Editor sential, the following may be said: dormitory buildings is of an anti-
VAN ....... Editor -
E. HUFF Society The frequently i&.
1. and
agricultural production quated type. Pipes are
DEWEY DYE..... Editor Smoke Crawford Blunts ((6 cent
Contributing distribution depends on the success of need of attention, and parts of the straight)

HERBT. FRIEDLANDER, Ex. Editor engineering projects. Means of trans- furnaces themselves have been burnedout. The Cigar that :makes Tampa jealous

portation of the crops must be pro- It is for these reasons that
i Business Department vided. Machinery is needed with there is occasional lack of heat in Mariufactuied by

..; RALPH STOUTAl\HRE..Bus. Mgr. which to cultivate the land and harvest the dormitories in particular. Little A. G. Barber Cigar Co.
WALTER GUNN....._Circulation Mgr. the production. Engineers have trouble has been experienced with the'
a devised the modern improvements in centralized plant. The quality of the
Gainesville -
Entered as second-class matter, Florida
irrigation. furnaces is superior as well as the
I 1 September 28, 1912, at the postofficeat
2. Sanitary problems. The public management. Students have not been
Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of
March 3d, 1879. health is largely dependent upon prob- allowed to run down and "fire up the MONEY TO LOAN AT A

f'- Place all communications and news lems in engineering; for instance, boiler" something the majority I
items in boxes designated for that sewerage and water supply. know nothing: about whenever they RELIABLE PAWN SHOP
Industrial welfare. The liked.
3. steady
in and
Peabody Language
H Halls purpose increase in population demands en-! For these and other reasons, The 102 West:Ma'n Street N.

i HZ r Rate-The Florida Alligator $1.00."Let's .. gineering measures to provide power, Alligator advocates the installmentof A Fuji Line of Musical Instruments
heat, water and transportation. another large boiler with the pres-
I. get where we're going", was Narrowing the question to the goodto ent one in the Engineering Collegeor

General Pershing's motto while a student the state: elsewhere. While the larger boiler
.t; at West Point. 1. Mining and agricultural prob- would likely waste a little fuel on
lems are of vast importance. In Flor- Sundays and days when only dormi-
If 1.: We need leaders, not teachers, for
ida, for instance, the mining of phos- tory heat was needed, it would un-
1, Bible study groups. Frank man to
phate is one of the foremost indus- doubtedly save labor and increase ef-
: man, life to life talks are necessaryfor
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tries. Metals are also extracted from ficiency. The individual furnace is
H.t; 1. i i for success. sand. an unsystematic means to the end. MILLER'Si

Good work was accomplished recently 2. Roads. Few problems are of -j--
Ir ) in the organization of the Cosmopolitan such great concern as that of Good
Club. The number and the A BOUQUET FOR THE ALLIGATORThe
!Le' Roads. Every loyal citizen is inter-
;..' quality of foreign students on the ested here, and anxious to see the job i
; i campus is astonishing. The Far East done in a systematic way with ma- following letter from ProfessorT. I
1 and South America should be extremely terial which will be permanent. Leave M. Simpson, head of the depart i
; f proud of their representation in the such question to Engineering Experi- ment of mathematics of this university I

University of "The Land of Flowers". ment Stations for solution. came Monday to cheer the heart i

One of the most worthy purposes of 3. We must also have durable of the members of the Alligator staff: I I

1 this club is to send more and more buildings.; Problems in constructionare "Gainesville, Fla.,
; students to this most democratic in- of great significance. There is a "Feb. 17, 1919.

i i stitution. Few factors would proveof wide-spread need at present for I "To the Alligator Staff: B.
greater value to the school than aIIi' climate-proof paint. "When I had read the first numberof U1NDftMBICYCLES

IIi' Ccsmopolitan Club full of "live wires" 4. Someone should be at work on the Alligator, I thot it good. Nov

i, f for "Florida". The originators of the plans to improve our waterways.The that the same standard of excellencehas

I'. idea of establishing this fraternal and bill: before Congress for the been maintained in four numbersI

political order deserve a great deal of establishment of engineering experi- want to tell you how delighted I
1 I. credit. ment stations at all the Land Grant am with the make-up and contents of -<-- -.-- -- -- ---
Colleges thruout the nation has the the paper. I have read fairly regularly i
I: Whoever is behind the Student Government -
idea is certainly slow. Time energetic support of the leaders of in- the official papers of two large uni VOYLE BROS.
dustrial research in this country.Am versities, where news was plentifuland DR. GORDON B. Tisox
I'f enough: has elapsed to draw up eight
those who favor its immediate competition for staff position j FLASH LIGHTS
i x or ten codes. Seniors, get busy. <*g DENTIST I
U. ii passage are: W. R. Whitney, of the keen. With either of these the Alligator I ELETHIC'Sn'J>IIE-t
There should be return to the
i prewar General Electric: Company Research I compares very favorably. Phon" iil.1 (JainosvillHw r&STORAGI
s i Rat Regulations. We fear some of the "Not only are helping to
Laboratory; P. G. Nutting, you pro-
of our worthy Freshmen fail to appreciate Westinghcuse Company, and S. W mote the best and fullest kind; of stu- ," Exchange Florins : HATTERIES
: some of the choice experiences dent life but it is --
i Stratton of the United States Bureauof perhaps worth -
of a first year in college. Standards. It has also the unani- pointing out, as an added incentive to See that new line of

1 Prevalence of Red and Green rib- mous and vigorous support of all the keeping up the good work, that when J C AdkinsAttorney I
bons mark a revival of the Theta Presidents and Deans of Engineeringof the history of the University of Flor- I Brown() Blucher Service -

I and Serpent Ribbon Societies. No the Land Grant Colleges. These lat- ida comes to be written, the Alligator and Counsellor nt Law
doubt of the fact that these add dig- ter regard the passage: of the bill as files will constitute source materia' made un
s nity and keenness to our social life. essential to carry out the purpose for of great value. Gainesville, Florida : I the
More and more pep weekly. "Rat, which Congress long ago established in "Sincerely yours, lines.
: you should look up one of the 1917 each state a College of Agricultureand "T. H. SIMPSON."
i Seminoles and discover the meaning Mechanic Arts. Such a letter from a man of Prof. Conner Auto Company Just the thing for dril'l land

i of these Societies." Research is as much a proper func- Simpson's type can not fail to inspir Gene Conner Prop. '
NaN tion of a college as instruction. Pro- us to greater efforts. We will earnestly Washing and Po ishing; (gasoline every day tI-e.

lI I- MORE ATHLETICSThe vision has been made for agricultural try to keep the good opinion of Oi's and Ac'ct'ssri Price
research, but not yet for engineering him and all others of our readers. Phone 194 Gainesville Fla $5-50.()

research, although the Land Grant -The Managing Editor. !f
great need of is -- L. C.
our men now -- SMITHNorth
I 1 Colleges are intended to serve the me- Ii I
to "keep fit". Regular exercise every i
chanic arts as much as agriculture.In Tin SANITARY CLONING
,1 day is the ideal. In the army a man Side of Square.
k view of the fact that this much .
r was forced to keep in fighting trim, ANDPRESSING i
needed provision is contained in the a Y.1.. C. A. NOTES I iI -- -
I whether he desired to or no. Sincey : COMPANY
1 bill, it is clear that an early passage:, If
y return to college there has been a after due consideration, is most ad- . s a Get jour clothes cleaned and pressed you are
general let down. Such letting downis
in the t)
visable. way
The athletic
equipment for
,dangerous. mass an automobile
FHJo.c" Day CiKAnhig
Fewer fans and more athletes is the -B- play ordered by Mr. White the first
ideal. Every man out to win the cup HEAT REMEDY part of last week came without de StfAM PRESSIX(I J owner

for Florida. Not less than fifteen lay.In } ,
Saves Time ;
minutes of exercise per day.; For the For the dormitories, the heat has the shipment was a cage ball, s Faxes Clothes I
average student to deprive himself of been exceptionally: good for the past soccer ball, an extra good catcher's Saves Money j watchthis

at least that much should be a heinous few weeks. No one has suffered from mitt and some additional bladders for flat Cleaning and Blockingja j SpecialityAlso

crime according to the unwritten laws cold with even the severest winds, andan the various balls. Steam
: of school. The athletic Last Saturday the "cages" were set DyeipgI'hone
our program abundance of steaming water has 675
!, t 1,111"t must touch every man. made the fellows wish for the good old up for the cage ball, and the game was j oire us a cal II space.
I Furthermore, it is high time our summer time and cold showers. Some given a try out. It proved a splendid i.
head of the Athletic exerciser, and bids fair to become quiteas
Department was have even been compelled to arise be-
getting busy. The weeks are flying fore breakfast to turn off the steam. popular as volley ball. 11 mns U1.fiflili1t.9 JOS. JSB

by, and we seem to have forgotten all But the general system by which! i II
i about our Varsity teams. The Y. the buildings are heated is poor, in- Mr. White wishes to induce as many tlorsitu al '&4wA1iaSb3llfxDltli

3 M. C. A. Secretary has certainly beenon efficient, and an economic handicapOne men as possible to subscribe to the (? ) t t ELECTRICAL HUH!
g R
Y. M. C. A.
the job with baseball, volley ball, boiler serves steam heat to five monthly publication called I
cage ball, soccer, boxing and wrest- of the largest buildings, while each "Association Men". II I Electric Appliances, Klertm Hf1""
s ling. Goals adorn the green, whichwill of the remaining buildings have individual It is a magazine well worth reading I I Sterling National Mazda I amps. AH
be dust fear. It recounts the activity of the Arm I I Sizes 32 \olt Mazdas f r r..,,n h; hlitk
I soon we Everybody furnaces. The Engineering Col- } II
I wants to have the last thirty or lege, the College of Law, Peabody Col- in all parts of Europe, and discusser RELIABLE
forty minutes at least before supper lege, Language Hall, and the Agri- the live issues of the day thru articles I --
for real fun. cultural College are all efficiently contributed by the most prominentmen

r. I The one thing needful, however, is heated by one large boiler. On the of the country. The regular price WEAVERSSTEAM

more, more and more of this. The other hand Science Hall has an indi- per year is $1.75. It is made specialto SEED
physical life is not quite strenuous '!vidual furnace. Likewise, the Agri all students for $1.25.A LAUNDRY

I enough. We develop our powers of ,cultural Experiment Station, the Com- I

imt.ative not by sitting idle, but by mons, and the two dormitories.To flea and a fly had the flu. I We do first class

doing. Thus, the more we turn out for employ one man for five build- The flv said well flee SEMINOLE SEED COMPANY Dry
r athletic games in general the more ings is clearly a more business-like And the flea said we'll fly Cleaningat

ideas we will possess along that line, policy than to employ three or four for And they flew the flue
up with the
1 and the greater spirit will be de-1 ;the same or other five buildings. Usually flu. 'FLORIDA reasonable pricesFlorida

.- veloped. Let's keep in trim! I: it is more efficient also, for if the -Picked 1.
t up. .
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. !B1.t) Jl1n mm, ) i} (Tallahassee, please note)" YOUNG MEN EXPECT l! !J I: I i

Be i
COHP/1NT careful in your selection. Do i
not choose too \ 1 I
young. When
once selected :

"The gpartgman's t tote" preparation give for your domestic entire use.thought Some to I MORE FROM PORTER'S :f\\

129 West Bay Street insist on keeping them in a pickle I

others are getting them !
constantly I '
Bel! PJJ303 748AKIOA'ILLE in hot water. This may make them I 'iI" .

sour, hard and sometimes bitter. Even ,-' .
: ; FLA. ,
poor varieties may be made sweet, -
tender and good by ,
=- garnishing them r-
--'fI-Ic- with patience, well sweetened with *" f

love and seasoned with kisses. Wrap -and as one of our young friends put it "believe ..;/ A It; ,

Picture Frame Specialist them in a mantle of charity. Keep me, sen, they get it". I

HARRY\ FR1ESEKEL warm with a steady fire of domestic :\ young man's styles, more real quality, i .
and serve with peaches and I 11'1 11'1Iore "
ADAMS STS. cream. Thus prepared they will keep more variety to pick from, and more real satisfaction ; ; ,
& : after the suit is than find d.. "
FLORIDA for 'ears.-Canning and Preserving. bought :you'll nl ? \ 1 I

JACKSONVILLE Texas Dept. of Agr. Bulletin.A at any ether store in the State. ;_ .
All because the Young man and his clothes area "1 .. ,

YOURSELFSome special study of ours, and we're learning something / ,

La Slang new every day that makes us more ex- I '

ships sail east and some sail Now, listen, kids, I want to hand it pert on the subject. } ::1.. :

to you straight: We've got to tie the WE INVITE EVERY YOUNG MAN WITHIN ::1

west can to this slang and ruf jokes. In I REACH TO COME AND SEE TilE BRILLIANT : '
By the: self same winds that blow; itf
other words, we will just have to GALAXY OF SPRING "S T Y L E '
Ts the set of the sail and not the hound-dawg it until we put the kiboshon ,i I
pales it, and nix it. How many of the t. I

That determines which way they go, bunch get me and will kick into these AT PORTER'S. < \I

traces? Don't let it get your' goat,
Lke: the winds of the east are the ds
but when you hit the hay tonite
forces of fate >. I
scratch your bean over it. You don'thave
As we travel along through life, to use the angel stuff and act '." I '

'Tis the set of the soul that deter- like the Statue of Liberty doing a .,; ,

mines the goal, mourner's act, either. But the ideais 3 ,b, I I If4 I

to dry up this junk, give it the once 1 :
And not the calm or strife.Anon.What .
over, then beat it back to United I .

States lingo. I got this dope right i

from the main squeeze, so for the love I '

a world of meaning there is of Mike don't get sore at me for ) ,

'n that little word "choice". Near[; tine of talk, 'cause you wished it on I I

is much as in "if". This little philo-! yourselves. But on the level, I thinkwe '..j I 'I

: nhical bit of poetry was written to better cut it out pronto.Flambeau. r

,how the young man how all important I I

it is that he make proper choice in iil : I

matter.A Quit your kiddin', Tallahassee. The '.1 :
e\\ leopard can't change his spots. BAY & LAURA STREETS JACKSONVILLE ,FLA. } i
man is read by his associations, ,
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.J', clothes! his environment A 11l:1"ce -

: go to make tip the Great Choice I ENG.
-\- hat he himself is going to be in Saturday afternoon the A. T. 0.'s'i pultr fi

i'.fe. gave another dance, this time an in- DR. BENTON J Popular' Goods at ( Prices

formal one, in their frat house near I 1
The principal thing for him to do
he campus. Many of the visiting ( Continued from pare one) at
fall with 1 1l.J
: to in some group some
adies attending the ball the night be- ber 27th, was received January 4th,
he will .,
'n ; to decide which way souiul :E1I1V.1I:
fore, were also present at this affair.I and others are still coming. A few I
< immediately act out his decision
The chaperons were Mrs. Stringfellow get such rough treatment that they i- i1'i
; train select road '
-t on some': some
and Mrs. Morgan.The are broken, but most of them have
\fter this is done, stick to it, and the i -=- ; b bj
been in
good shape.
"The weather had continued rainy DO BtSI"ESSTrII: \ ,
along in your choice. These forces I '
Government of Brazil has day in December. Dainville i ia i-
recently every

rate push, every irrespective man at of about the goal the he same is I sent another one of her men to little higher than this place, and gota o j The Florida National! Bank { 1 1r

important the University of Florida, making a little snow instead of rain for I
i' jug to reach. The supremely -
total of five enrolled here this season. Christmas eve and Christmas, so everything I/ .\r- !'////." Hnln I n". a' ,
thing is that he have a goal. ..... .1 0 t
The latest comer, Mr. Camargo, is a was white, and most of the .
After that, let the goal be a highne.
graduate of the Agricultural College mud was frozen for a couple of days.I --- -- ---
: Let the standard be high, even -
of South America, and has entered suppose the mud is supreme again .
.f the work is harder, for- I now. Up to date Auto Accessories and .
this institution to specialize in fruit

To every man there openeth culture and kindred industries in the I "I left Dainville on the 27th, comingto 5uppiieg t j :

this village. A detachment of the
\ way and ways, and a way College of Agriculture.The v '. r, .:,-",,,,,
company was to move here as soon as i -
.'.ad the soul climbs the high way I .... .
high they could get quarters ready, and At Iteasonnbl I'ri Ill AV fs i

.' "(d I the low scul gropes the low, I was sent on ahead to oversee the I
cat that haunts our garden gate SUPPLYCO.V. .
.',r.d in between on the misty flats I construction of the barracks. the,
How heartily I hate her. II. Martin Mgr. | iinesville., Ha. tJ
u- rest walk to and fro; Some night she'll mew until quite late were ready, and the detachment move \
in the 1st, New Year's -
on Day.
:'at to "\'ry man there openeth a highroad And then I'll "mew-tilMate" her. .. I
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"Now we are getting ready for win-

and a low ter, and working a bunch of German

.'."d every man deculeth prisoners on the road. The road was BLANCHE CARE
The clock struck eleven.
!;.Ji way h"s soul shall go.-Anon. pretty badly cut up by the army
The young lady yawned audibly, but I trucks, and while we are stationed I Opposite A.C.L. Dept| : .
still her gentleman caller made no
i here we are to do what we can to
I I move to go. I help the French put them in shape. :Veils like at hOlT e j
She! leaned over the silk counter I it
what I "I am like a tree-rooted at your I am afraid that we will not get very
: ked l. \\ill you tell me youIk
side", he finally said. much done with the shortage of equ'p- -
t : i; :> the best color for a bride this ;
: :.r?" "Yes, but you never leave, do you?" ment, but that is our job, anyway."I i dais ana Class' ; PillS+ :

asked the cruel young lady. suppose you are tired of read-
\\V1"! replied the young clerk,
ing this stuff by this time, and I have f Special designs furnishe} ;l.
as t,s vary, of course, Miss, but asf
about brought my travels up to the R-J-RI LES CONCPAN: ?
r :!.\s.jf I prefer a white one" :
Matrimony is like a chemistry lab- present time, so I will desist. I will I Established Jewelers 1885.i I II

oratory full of dangerous explosives.The enclose a print of the picture I had I
i r. WE-T IUOTl:: ;EfoT I I'y < \\-f.l.K MOKiDX./ I II
-( Flat Hat.) It doesn't seem to' taken for the identity card. With I I II
i I\: >: -If I marry you will your affect the popularity of the course. best regards to all, I remain, I
father pay my bills? "Very sincerely: yours,

She"Yes, dear". "HARVEY A. HALL, I
and 223Y.. Iain Street rhone 336.
H home -
:: "Will he buy us a "
farr-h it for us?" Doctor, to the grief-stricken hus- 1st Lieut., Engineers. Ila\e your coatsuit or suit altered or relined by .Xpert Tailors.
band: "Your wife is at the door odeath"
S1' f: "Yes dear". f"I We also do cleaning and pressing. We make a specialty of gloves
Ii.: "Will he start me in business?" wish I could get into some busi.
hats, evening: :ROVERS: and robes of all kinds. iFKCaldvull .1
: Husband: "Oh! Do think thereis where don't have
:Ala': "Yes, dear" you ness you to start a;
,. Hi "Darling, will you marry me?!" any chance for you to pull her the bottom." I 1

Shi.' dt\r"-Fnknown.:: through ?" "Try well digg'ng.-Ex. t 6
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Of something in Gainesville, write as.

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1 _. i Jacksonville 411 4 Florida Our Mail Order Service Will Stjncl It By Return Mail

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ertainly knew ho .'; to bthe
s s s s g-Jc.j
NEW SOUTHERN HOTELG. 1 i INSIDE WKIHI; :: FOR I :fellow", quoth he. "\Vhy, LM, :wigs: : I

: EXCHANGES ook Maggie cut a,: 1 spcit thirty.ive : .
a cents on her f:et'.y!"
S Not so with the: 'old: r.;an". H?

RTTTES Re SONFfBI-e knoweth full veil: tics: \.:.ue of th>

The Flambeau has the right idea. (By "Tohrctaw") I nighty: wher 'wit'.<:.L ;-nJ s.u\vs: : from

NICE M98EBN ROOMS EXCEUBT TABLE, SERVKE The best way to help one another is Lesson 1: Distinctions between the sad experience: the var.ipiri.-a! -,...1y"; of

GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA I HONE itt :S to offer criticism. What we sayJ.but "old' man" (upper-classman) and the .he college v.idow :In re vi..! t'. aforesaid

i : your paper is to help you im "rat" (Freshman). : lucre-ma; !hap f.lthy; but; none

prove it. Any "bouquets or brick; .he less cherished.9s : .
t More than once, during cur term
bats" that you throw at the Alligatorwill > he sayeth in hi.-: heart. "I willefrr.in :]
I from September to June, the University -
The White HouseEast be cheerfully accepted and highly I wil ]
I man is puzzl d ar.d! cftcn h"r2 ; save ny htt.i'; hoard:

appreciated. put to answer the cusry of the jf ja,k; for, per(:::.w L, n:).: \ear: tie

I distinguish :cab craw shall fk.unsh, <:r. I cite boll!:
Main d Church Sts. Gainesville Florida stranger in town, "How :is one to -
ar The -ee\il shall .
interesting be burden
Tiger, have ,
yen a very : the old man from the rat?" t a ; : : 1.35.1:

011(' ( >| Florida's) Best h_>tcs.! Given a score of AGO per cent by I I and attractive paper. Your jokes\ 'To most of my readers the! answer i Tioncy ?hall fail, and m?ur.-- :aiTO !
are regular live wires. A few more about th? campab.cus..' they
State Hotel Commission. I Vwill seem self-eviden or, at any rate, 41 :
each week hall nt'Iaye
might help. : ; even a pay ij PU/J. ase
I very obvious; but they sh fha Alligator, that cur.t < f \'. :IO.TI
MKMBER: AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE: ASSOCIATIONi mind that their viewpoint is one of
i Red and Black (Ga.), you have a Which niiJseth a merry !:. "
clearness because cf much
3)i Roomsmerican Plan 35 Baths paper that is hard to beat. We are A f2>v days ago, parser -: :711-;:
of it unconscious, but:: still their faculties !- ,
always glad to see it in the mail '.-. :::, th2 do-.vnto.vn ta-.nr. c.' ,
f RATES $3.00 to $5.00 per day have so Icng been exercised on '
box. sere frightened by a tzr'.i.-i .)?;iovinjr : -
i the subject that the correct mental
:-or..am Heat E!-etrtc Fan and Hut Water in Every Room I : prccfcedini frc::: the ::::<-rLr cf
reactions become second nature. Notso
The Flat Hat 111[he place. A crov.i. ojrioui:: i :nc1he : ,\
S. OGDEN we are glad to acknowledge -
CHADWICK Manager with the stranger. Fie IT.ust he :: ,.
.. : I !; surce cf ths r ,n.z- r :
receipt: of It i.r.r.-\
your paper.
: r '-' definitely informed in crd:r. to d'stin-:
is a very interesting weekly. ihl |ilt.l; ; : to the p-to 'i nere. ;r. t'.1: a':
j rnish between the old ran: and \
I 4 -- -z rat. if payir-T: for a y. 71. C. A. cuta.i: :::

,I ;'glass cf milk with! ;In
a rrui-1 : itt.
The Oracle News, congratulations! Therefore, it is my purpose h'reinto ,,
vas an "old man". He had ij.eid
Brown Bras Co. Duval, your paper is fine. It is a > t
set forth some of the more alic--::: the; nickel till the buffalo i.u'.J: r.o
credit to School
ycur H'gh and shows
c ; points of difference, using: as many
longer endure the
in siler.c!
p.: :: '
a high: school can do along this
!ine. corroborative details ar.d instances a.:; I ]Point No. 3: In c:, c- my rs-'. :ler has
Gainesville FloridaBuyers
the subject may requ're. lot
; by ths time ? ij'i.d :'a..v.r.r
Point No.1: An cb-erver cf a ,\data\ to enable
him tj dlst'n.'u: bi>-
of I Orange and White, a copy of youreper ;rcup of student, v: t :I-in-* them P.s' .
a hickory: stumpage in ;eon| "old n.an" and :.1' "f. t",
came to the desk last week. It they stroll along the: Avcr.ao::: fro:'
j I[ .'ill
I v arid; a third [CIt.! t In: t..i i iLTto
is the first regular issue of the paper town to campus, or ;:.e V2r'a, i= !
Florida if "LI have any hickory is: ertan the: axactn.:.-;? of i..,'.- ;;ujncnt > ,
I received this year. Your paper is struck:! by the d'.Ter r.t attitudes cf :
I as ta: whc-htr! u slu :L. i -s a"rat" !
very attractive. We shall look forward 'he held and neck '
at-u-rrd: bv t:1:1: ;
trees "'rit u.iI cr net, ci'L: u!,! .- ,*-j, ancray
to its arrival each week. Some of them walk alcrrr holding! : : th? |
cufi--one; : u f tiimy: "-ai typ: ?
head in a normal maL"e', either: ok-I i'ngr
:) i ,vhich
pierces the cloilur.jr.: : !bu ? : th; !
f THE KAISER'S MISTAKE straight ahead or: tj th? cne b. flesh of the patient.
whom they are talkiTr. These: ar
j' Study.U' subject closely: wi'ii: th: :
GWZABING&CO the "rats".
The kaiser doesn't look the same as lid:: of the x-ray. Should' j\/u i :\e\e::
others of the .
grcu) nre !er.ti-
I he did about two years ago, cn.led the posterior p rtcn: of )h s an.f.y ;- !
by a twisted posture cf head a:.-I'{ 1.: a square; markuyli.: f
When everything is going fine, and ::: : v. OSLO :
t i WHOLESALE GROCERS not a sign of woe. neck toward the left or roadside of th> I three inches in se; anJ cf .t rd-

1 "valk. A sort cf chronic: wry n:?:('K. di Lh hue,
j But I think I see the reason why his e you may \crify:: :\ d.i'.er-
.1 J 1 1CKSONVILLE FLORIDAWILSOH :t to be. These the "elf1! .
I looking not so well appears Ore ; d.c; he i b a raL'. .

Tie sees: the gates are open for hinr.: Tien''; and the abnormal cervical! and ,i At first: that, b-/ a :,. -pr, !

I cn the road to hell. cranial' attitude is due to the fact tha- jrcu:; may think thr.t he hr.s :r. !hsv.iidlsh :: i

: A TOD iERI He used to wear a big broad smile n the ancient archives cf the Univer .' : :; ur.tutcreu; v. a/, : .- b?.t

I when he was tercing up old France. have ity library: is a record which: thr: ; ;.1 n ;:;r.| s J? b.fT(, :a-.J :-u-c Jl- : niysat I

j But when. he started on Uncle Sam seen. on the buckle. IIowevr, th" ._

| is where he lost his chance, This record is inscribed in cu:eL not! the true solution of th3: ::.," tr: us

j 7cr sine he has got us started we form characters on a brick made c-: brand: : ; but as this can not fail of being

{ F2RTILIZER co. I 1 will l surely never stop clay hick, succeeding generations c' a sore point; with many of our r,.:. ers. {j!

!! Until: we have stamped out his kul- professors in acheolcgy: have unrn"ve \vul) not: pr;?ss i: tj/tlu-;

i i tare, and old glory waves on topWe're iiou:1 ly; agreed, came from the Ne.v* :! Trusting that the! "t.-an -cr'i i ';:u s"
i berry read at a point about oppo.-t i itiAlec's i..e search fcr
I net afraid of U-boats or any )I hr.owi.-ijro :> n. ?aziffictcrily 5
MANUFACTURERS i cf his mines, ancirnt Greek edifice.! Thr i i : ended ar.d a dark: ::: matter: ;

t OF !Fcr I know our good old navy is on I :present conditicn, in wet weather. o| brut: to light, W: v.l: ci.5: > ;a.ppy I II

I the job every time, lhe road at that point may have un* in I the thot we h.i.e t.;. ''iten, ,J .

| And to his little army they're a bunchj t duly influenced their verdict. j h.thcrta ignorant: r.-.ir.i': f, ::y i ias :!n?.

j cf dirty swine, I But rarcnons a nos l.lihn.?. TIij: true scientists: shru'J b:1: ::'i,

; }jf j ii; Jilii Pi9PdiP3JAOKSON'ILLE] ] j j,' 3ut until their:we days drive are them being in the numbered Rhine.:J Jtale I I'I ,: modern on idiomatic the brick English translatedl ru:1.t! a: }til! | as 51:, cur we only won't reward receive; Lr.an't.Jmer: --.v i.rejIre : ? ,

|effect that in the dim J'
I vistas i of U. t
j 83 I think I tar.ibia:
see the reason of all his as remuneration: 'or tiris: ar-
tears and sighs- F. history, an Ethiopian char: -.1' ti cie.

:.i, FLORIDA ''He knows he has us started and i? | was charioting gaily alor? irtj t -; -Jt t
when he overtook a student '!L |
I j surely: going: to die. rtrian. FOOTBALL
: He gave him a ride the.r<..3t jf 1
Now take
a tip from for
1 It me once, 4 _
t .FIRST NATIONAL BAXK !! you're not fooling with a lamb | the way. i '""orr.e' : ch<::!r for ti.2 l r.iverriy: b3y3

"Old men", being learn-d i in a-I: T F cr v. win:
1 When you start up any trouble with a ar.th.rctc:: ;: !'.::
FLA. our dear old Uncle Sam.-E history and skilled in cunelferr: :r-r- The Orange and "JIu: ,' v. :.: [ r.verwave
INCORPORATED 1BS8 i !'ation, have knowledge of th:? faj% in triumph.

F; t CAPITAL $100,000.00 I 1 1I i and from Icng yearning ar.l l luc d i r For: the University.: Rih: i: .V Rah!
The waiters worked harder and for
SURPLUS long- a charict to overtake then aj{ i Fi;;ht to the fr.h: -*.*c art 'h you; :; ; s;
$100,000.00| er than usual at supper last Monday give them a lift, have tt .
acalred: Break: ',' .
? through the ;
: -2: on i
il ;i 'n order to supply the overwhelming (Chronic twisted neck.U 3tS" do i lilt| And we will win to Jay. : ;
; g'an ;
; iesire: for that and
popular generally get this till the middle! : i Jf Carry that ball ritrht lo-,, : :fi-'i;
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55: | Mess Hall relish artistically knoi Tijthe 1 1j j second year, when of !
"\ '" ; Cvur v tjy: :
ROSI3 CO. I as "boarding house strawberries", buti ; are no longer "rats". | V,- ,
k Florida's men f.. \\r. ;V.w:
i commonly known as prunes. Welcome 1Point No. 2: "Rats" ';
be i2sW
may e're going to win ago,:i.. .::..estertime
: back to our thou tim : I
; ; menu e- :inguished from "old men" by |ienianner ,
< honoured ambrosia. '
i Noted for Reliability i rf Fifty: Years. I -f the realm.in which The they"rat"spend the cin For Florida I yen!, veil:: : ''.. yell! ,
rallies pjly:!: 311.
: I Summer is here ha ha ha ha
I I disburses gold and nkel: For the Universit- v.j : 'c.; i '*e
41 West Bay Street The oyster loafs are loafing, tra I la!:: '::"vver> to: weight: the po.-kets, i ut I I hen! ;

tra hi! | L-httn>: the hearts, of the local ir-t i I ,
i' ( And we will for
Jacksonville !I The cream puffs are puffin?, uh !a'r; in fight, fightnt
FloridaClass I '! : ; f. -Cy form of drij ksj;j versyard.
1 ( ; uh la! ,L i ,.uricsc.ue: : shows.
I I 1 Circle the ed and hit: thec: right:
; This little .
ditty was trcwt oils t Once I
> a knew a "rat" who ]
P wat in I hard,
nsRingsMedals and
Trophies. [ for the author was taken cut at the I the habit of chanting of his lalish ,
I And
will ,
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Otto F. Stock 7'iirrr: %l1ddi s I '>tinl 2Z11 nli SHOES liiif't ;

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Tailor BENTON ENGINEERING VALE."TIXELL OF B;1M. Tench H j- ft* ,-i' i

1919 Spring & Summer 1
Samples on display Q GAINESVILLE 0 : I

The Farmers retain their reputationa Valentine's night was celebratedby :

Alteration r the campus champions. The debate the A. T. O. fraternity with the (FLORIDA 1:1 '
Repairing and Pressing ?
"Resolved: that an engineering usual annual St. Valentine's ball. El I : ;
I experiment station is as essential to The affair was given in the Elks' 4 I ::1

1 the public welfare as an agricultural hall, which was exquisitely decoratedin i dal;t

t -= experiment station", resulted in a the fraternity colors, sky blue and S J16 E S !!

I favorable decision for the negative gold, combined with red suggestiveof :. I
which was championed by C. L. Walker the Valentine season. 1-'
and L. D. Williams for the Ag. Club. 0"
From a network of gold and
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Engineers making the argumentsfor chains, small hearts dangled and inthe 1 j

Gainesville i Furniture CO. the affirmative were David Keen center hung an enormous heart. I3URNETT 1 !
and Russel Redman. The I
judges were illuminated.
Dean Rolfs, Dean Benton, and Secre- Promptly at 9 o'clock the grand I i -.e I ftl!

tary White.: march began, led by Miss Anna Fowler == i
D R.: Cox, ProprietorPALMPARLOR Pep was rampant thruout the whole and Mr. James Chesnut. At the beginning XONI'14 .5//E UF .c.:;!('.1/'E .t
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evening. The arguments of the speakers of the march, in one corner f ': ....,.." i a (j

on both sides were short and to of the room, rose the A. T. O. moon, _._f. ._. I.:{
the point. No personalities were in- pine trees.
dulged in, but the rebuttals were The favors included paper Valentine J J. Hi clDRUGGISTS] Co. '. J

scathing and merciless. For instance; hats and red, pink: and white carna- ( :..J
the affirmative countered its oppo- ions. 'The Keiall i ore" Phone lit .

I nent's claim that food had wen the A feature of the evening was the I Agents 'or f f l.;

war, by saying that the food would mardi gras dance, during which confetti I.Jj(il-TSS.\NI J > NOUKIS C.\ JHS .j};
I never have reached its destination had was thrown. I 0 ;-:'I
(' not engineering science been able to SEE
Fruit punch and wafers were served
$ 2u.'c'
.e ( 'eaJJlj lc I devise means of doing away with the during the evening, and music was ; .8.. ;\STida1 Lei .

submarine menace. The Farmers came furnished by the University Jazz band. I T FOR }"

We specialize refreshments I back with the answer, "Well, the en- The programs were done in the fraternity -I Drn s. '. Toilet Articles,

! gineers built the submarines in the colors, harmoniously blended I I 14-. S mvetrr Cards : '1I
- first place!" with the Valentine red. They were! >\ MlrrtiMir !Pens
for social While the judges were deliberatingover I ..t.J ..
parties decorated with hearts, and with: the J
their decision, stereoptican slides Alpha Tau Omega coat cf arms. I 1 Come to -t'' ,J '
depicting life at Florida in 1910 and Doran' ..;
Bicycle Shop .
1911 were shown; and after Secretary i ,
| I East Main Street '
-- ---- ---- ------ ---- SATURDAY NIGHT DANCE OF
White had announced the decision, r i
1 Farmers and Engineers gathered TilE S. A. E. i For B I C YJC L E S, MOTORCYCLES, ..' ; I I I III I
Diamond Ice Co.
round President Hargrave of Benton j., ,
Engineering and went thru some of The Sigma: Alpha Epsilon fraternitygave I

Manufacturers of the old Florida yells. a very delightful dance last: Sat The New': '

Finest Crystal Ice These came suddenly to an end, urday night in their rooms down town.

I Cold Storage in Connection however, when one of the Engineer The place was attractively decorated,I
the lights having been arranged so I
hosts announced that "eats" were to EDISON'The
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___ __ nu __ he had in the room a few doors away.A as to produce pretty colored effects.!
I line was formed, and the men were Punch was served thruout the eve 'f

handed cones of chocolate and vanillaice I ning. The music was furnished by I I, J! I
The AlachuaRestaurant l cream as they filed past the re- I the University Jazz. i .l..l.I .l.I
I DRUGGISTS refreshment stand.-And the end of )

that line never appeared until all the JUNIOR PROM TO BE ON MAY 1ST
and Lunch RoomFOR GAINESVILLE FLORIDA ice cream had disappeared. p mNU I gRAPH "
Prescriptions Called for and Delivered
The Junior Class has d c'.ded to give!

1 LADIES AND GENTLEMEN FREE FARR LIT. :MEETING their prom in honor of the Seniors on I WIth

ENTHUSIASTICA May 1st. At several meetings of the a SOUL '
I Half block from Atlantic (Coast Line :*
class formulated and
plans were committees -

t Depot THE SANITARY most enthusiastic and well-at- appointed to carry them into i Has ni I needles to change- i;' '
ended meeting of the Farr Literary effect.
5 7
Telephone BARBAR SHOP I Plays Records
Society was held :Monday: night. The The Juniors thot at first to make all makes.

Gainesville - Florida Promptness Courtesy I program was short in order to leave their event the formal opening of the I Tlje Edison Shop ;;

Satisfaction time for business discussion. new gymnasium as a social center, butt
-- I An oration by Morris Stein in regard is rumored that the Freshmen and i (7r ham Building $ ,I
I I to labor situation as a result of Sophomores are going to plan some 1 ._ .
I demobilization: was handled in a big "blowout" to be given jointly by i' j ',I j

1orEiRMI4MI] ( I'I'i I masterly manner. He regarded the issue them before many weeks pass. University Book Store j I II

1.i I II PHIFER STATE DANK( I in all its aspects, and showed that I ( :f.,
he was familiar with the situation DUVAL COUNTY CLUB Baement Language Hall) I II
he was discussing.A ORGANIZEDThe I ',
I European subject for the coming debate Everything
JMIE5VILLE FlROIDA with the -Benton Engineering Societywas t J

I .. ... __ _- .---- I II framed. A lively discussion as student representatives of Du- ;
f. r. : : "'-c. :; & : :::: val County organized their club last I for i f
to technical points ensued, and a satisfactory -
I J. M Po ,,'//. Pr''j5rielorr I MOLNAB'SDINING wording was finally selected. elected Friday and the following officers were i
All Arts and Sciences men are itudents i
;iinsille, Florida I II President, II. McCallum..
! promised a treat next Monday night. t
[ ROOMWhere I Vice President, T. D. Williams.
I A debate, "Resolved: that one year of
and Treasurer, W. M.
Prict s r.rp Just Iijht and Food is Bible study should required of all Secretary
I American Shoe Sorvrd as You Like it candidates for a degree at the,Un i- Reporter, Lloyd Z. Morgan.The .

i ASK ANYBODYMEN'S versity of Florida", is scheduled for club anticipates the undertaking J. ALDERMAN.;tI Proprietor
the next meeting of the Farr Literary
Ii I of a great many plans which will I THEHDMEOFTHEFAMOUSmm:
Rep aCompany I II i I Society. On the affirmative are Herbert -
I help bring more Duval County menthe to I ,.
Frledlander: and E. S. McKeen;

I 114 VVjil M tin, North: SMITH BROS I I on R. C.the Binfcrd.negative, Thomas Sales and University are,fully as the imbued present with representatives tlw FrORO'

Telephone 139 spirit of loyalty and the advantage*
!! .1 JOHN :MARSHALLAt offered at the University of Florida,. .
i __ \ /
I SHOP'I the Saturday morning meetingof f CARS n
I Free this society, a hotly contested debate -
Gall and ,
Delivery FLORIDA
JACKSONVILLE on the subject, "Resolved: that i. Accessories, Supplies And Repairs ..: .I
---- Florida should adopt the New York The men at the University who hail I .
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l = !iIr';' -'- """ .;;;; "'" '" ''' from Ocala week ... .
system of Code Pleading", resulted got together a ago M ft6 .9
GERALD in a victory for the affirmative, supported Friday and elected the following of- GainesvilleCocaCola

MAGNOLIA HOTEL I by O. H. Norton and E. K. ficers: I I
I Knight. The negative side was cham- President, Leroy Bridges. '

Situated North of A. C. L. GAINESVILIf MIAMI I pioned by H. C. Gordon and J. P. Vice President,. Westlake Hollin- i j jt 1

Depot O'Riley. rake. Co
A'.-/ 7/fS REASONABLE I FLORIDA "The Life of Blackstone" was the Secretary and Treasurer, Charles
subject of a short address by James Savage, Jr. <'orner Virginia Are and I'nlon St.

Franklin. Prof. Arnold, of the Law Ocala is well-represented this year; Gainesville Fla.STARGARAGE.
To t'o TIIWtAa. President UV.. TIIOo.I.Trea: ,>urer O. 11.-TlIOo.IAS-: : Secretary College, and Prof. James M. Chap- and it is hoped that the membershipof
man also gave interesting talks. the Ocala Club will increase each M O O'f). M()"

Thomas Company Inc. As the time for the inter-society de- succeeding year. ; ,.
bates draws near, interest in John
Marshall is running high among the tory" and finished with a most amus- :

HARDWARE, IMPLEMENTS SEED law students. It is their intention to ing reading selected from IarkTwain's I .
Ijk.. FOWLER, Proprictcv
"Innocents Abroad" i J.
Gainesville, Fla. form a large class in oratory and public -
speaking under Prof. Chapman to The Agricultural Club presented the I
FOR Dealerjin AHtw&ifcs aid Acctsssiiesf
: -AGENTS:: be taught as a unit. following question to the Peabody
Club for the joint debate to take Distributor for i

r k THE INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. PEABODY CLUB place on the 14th of March next: Alaebu i, Levy Putnam aDd St. Jot nsj

f and "Resolved: that the world is not yet j j Counties

PLOW CO. ready for a League of Nations". The
THE JOHN DEERE Doctor J. M. Chapman was on the Unioji Street and Virginia Avenue
Peabody Club will choose their side
last Monday night and was
: All Kinds of Farming Tools both program entertaining and instructive.: He and report to the Ag. Club within G\INESVILLE: FLA.

gave a very interesting talk on "Ora- three days.

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I'' Wilson COmpany THE BIt STORE I

Invites the boyd to come around often

::3 Quality ServiceLadies Silk Four-in-Hand Tics - i t - - - : _'?9 and 43 \

- - S1.50,.S2.50 and S3.00 :_
Latest Fall Hats i ; ..u.
Ready Wear, Dry GoodsNotions, Curtains and Curtain 100 dozen Shirts - -i j - $.75, SI .00, $1.25 andS1.50

Materials, Window shades. Underwear, Hosiery and lIa kerchicfs. Shoes-the best in town .

o Gainesville Florida W.N.WILSON, Ownering I Io

y -,

Mr. E. F. Shippey of Wewahitchka, arrangements for thje exhibit of \

I ItLIE 8 CHEVROLET LOCALS Florida College,of has Agriculture.Ray recently .enrolled in the the Fair.Boys'Over Clubs 100 at boys the South sill have Florida anI'II I ALWA p A- FOOD

exhibit at the fair, each] showing 10 ,
Joe Dalton returned from Tampa
L MOTOR CARS I rmornir.g ears of selected corn. These boys are ,
Merritt left early
last' \ week, but only to announce that ,: llDW
in Cen-
DeFuniak members of the Corn dubs
for his home at
he will not work here until
resume i
Springs, in to a telegram tral and South Florida. come of the j
t INTERNATIONALI next September, as he can not break response i
4 received Monday night saying that his 1 best clubs in the State ire in Hills- .. -"- .
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into the this late '"
engineering course boro and Hernando CCUp 1i3, where I i I --I::
in the year. His position as society mother was very ill.
the club boys have been dding unusually : I AT THE
editor of the Alligator will be filled
PARTS & SERVICE by Van E. Huff, who has been doing J. W. Schofield made a trip to Inverness good work for the past few years. I
to see his folks last week-end. Polk, Pasco, and Orange aunties also
this work creditably in Mr. Dalton'sabsence. \
LAUTZ AND IlELVEXSTONDr.Iencn have good clubs.GATOR. -1-I i lyric Theatre

1l Charlie Johnson, captain of Com- i

Danny Rachaelson is speeding; sev- pany B, made a short visit to Jack- i

j eral days'leave of absence at his homein sonville last week. BITES / Home of Better Pictures

l Tampa. Rat Gordon, seeing egos for break-j
George Oberholtzer, formerly manager -
iii iiii' ; JDen.tist break-
: fast: "Ah, something nefor
Office Graham Bids.Giincsviliet Lieut.: Arthur II. Fuller. formerly a I I of the University farm, stopped i I I"hello" fast. 1 I ,
t student in the College of Engineering here over Sunday and Monday, saying
Rat. Fratt "New rotting.; Theyare i W
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Phone ? Dorsey &
Fla 5SJiiEiiEiT
to all his old buddies Co
i is on a visit; to the University and is older than you are." j: ,
receiving a* cordial welcome from I making new acquaintances. He returned EVERYTHING
Monday afternoon to Jackson- 1
former professors and numerous I --
[ friends. Lieut. Fuller was danger u-; ville, where he holds the position of Bill Albright is doom d to be an For Goolinec."a k.
,I ly wounded en October 15th in the bat- City Milk and Dairy Inspector. : inventor. He suggests a thicken coop Drink Dorsey'sDelight Coffw
j milt on the following plans: It is i
tle of the Argonne Forest, and hasjust
MONEY TO LOANStrings I to be round. The chic fensre to
been dismissed from the base Wallace McKee spent Saturday and I --- -
I for llusknl1nstruments'llf112 roost in a circle with feejl box in the
hospital at McPherson where he Sunday at his home in Plant City. I '
I center. The feed box ia to support j i
West Union Street ,
has been under treatment. for some I Eyes ,' o. GhswTa'ed
time. Most any one can make pictures, but an alarm clock. He szJys that the'alarm ;
0 .
it takes experience to blend the lights I clock is to get the chickens: up I 1.:, F tted
NICK DAMATO I in the morning that they get
| Much merriment was secured at the and shadows so noticeable and pleasing early so j
in Vansickle's Photos. Adv. an early start and thus Iroduce more
late B. Y. P. U. Social thru debateof I 1 i :
t Next McCollum's: Drug Store I eggs. I We Do Our Own Lense
the question, "Resolved: that it is
.I Phone -- 511 : more practical to place a rooster upona I EXPERIMENT STATION I I Grinding. No Delay

, I i iI iI square roost than a round roost". NEWS NOTESDr. I Upchurch claims that j to eat dinner -

e i. '. 1IGtft { Mr. Johnson, in upholding the negative -j I with five hundred tfirls at Tallahassee -

I iI created a sensation in speaking W. A. Orton of the Bureau of;, is the greatest jsensati in'' C. H. COLES
I i & SON
the world. He the
experienced sensation -
of the rooster when he said "he laid Plant Industry, Pathologist in charge'of :
an egg". I truck diseases, Washington, D. C., recently and lost eleven pounds I Jew --ler and Opticians
the Station. of weight as a result. I
spent Friday at He was
I W. J. Lowe who was recently discharged i
consulting with Director P. II. Rolfs,i j I
I II I from the Navy has enrolledn Prof. Stevens, and Dr. Sherbakoff in'' A colored soldier wajs aboard a
II I II : the College of Agriculture.John regard to the work in this State. transport on the way oijer. After. ai I I W. M. JOHNSONDruggist

I few days out he becamecry. sea-sick i I
I E. Maines: of Lake Butler, has Secretary Chas. Gray of the American and started to pray. Nqt being used,
entered upon a pre-medical course Aberdeen-Angus Breeders' Asso-. to prayer in civilian life 11e could not ]
i here. I ciation, Chicago, and Dr. C. D. Lowe' think what to say. At !last a bright Drugs:! Chemicals, Toilet Articles

I Ii I of Knoxville, Tenn., southern field idea struck him and getting: down on I Fancy Stationery,
t t< ,tiJ 'I 111K LATEST "Country" DeVane took a high dive I representative of the Association, were : his knees he said, "Oh,;Lord, please Cigars, hie.
IN FABRICS off a bicycle on University Avenue visitors at the Station this week.j( call this sea to 'tention"r--Ex. I Ii
NOVELTIES last Saturday when he tried to get out Thesa men were very mlchplea'Sed' i
i, :'re to be seen at this pace! : fab- of the way of an auto truck too quickly. I with their trip to the State, and es-' Hellish Question! I 1 Corneru'est Main Stand i'nuer-itv

!j rcs: made into stylish.lonji wear Torn trousers and scratched pecially with the class of Aberdeen-I i Student: "Rowdy whit should we J Is!2 AvenueTelephone ',*Jn,>Tili
t. ing garments by skilled clothing knees were the result. Angus cattle that they found on this wear at dress parade?"] I

> and deft \\orkmen. trip. !I! Rowdy: "You are to wear a B. V.I .. .
designers -
First Lieutenant "Liza" Robles, of Among the members of the Experiment 1 tD.. suit and a Tuxedo hat". -
When you are in-need of a suit former varsity fame, but now in the Station staff who are assisting -;t -. w

i single pair of trousers, you will services of the U. S. Army, dropped in the Better Fruit Campaignare j Two very pretty girls met each Go ; .11 RABLE'S

do well to consult DAMATO'S. ( in last Saturday for a visit with the Prof. P. II. Rolfs, B. F. Floyd, other on the street amj kissed each
Satisfaction is guaranteed i "old guard" before proceeding to his S. E. Collison, J. R. Watson, and-II.E. other rapturously. Twomen; watched !1 STUDIO I
home in for visit with his
Tampa a .
Stevens.An :1 the &
fit workmanship. meeting. "There another of
cloth, .
f-'ft/f Ti iESi !
mother. He left Tuesday. : ; TilE /lEST P/(5
Cleaning,Pressing and Repairing those things that is so funfair," said _, ..
Cone Hollowly returned Monday afternoon auction sale of 50 registered; one. i I ;- :- """ J

i -- from a week-end visit with Poland China hogs will be held on the \ "What is that?" asked the other. !

his folks at Tallahassee.! University grounds March 1. This lIe pointed to the sane, "Women
L ; rj.] its; 23iflhifl sale will be held by the American ': doing men's work"ExAI !I !"ttZot- =""' -

z IL Lieut. E. Dixie Beggs, a former Poland China Record Association, and | ij I RACKETAgent

f' send it toPEPPER. student of the Law College here, and will afford an opportunity for the pur- j I I A young lady walked yp to a young NfWYORK---- --- --
who went to of the first officers' chase of f
i one some unusually fine hogs. man in the store, whonj she mistookfor : forFLORSHEiM
training camps established after the I I a clerk, and said! "I;should like to I
{ war started, has returned to complete, Mr. G. L. Herrington, Boys' Club see some ladies' hosiery' SHOES
his law course. I II I Agent, was in Tampa Thursday, mak- : He: "So would I". ..
q! II .....,.,.. _,_ ,, c-' ::tB
1 i

I t I h.dpt ( t:t uit! b!! hc H L mpnn 1J When you want Hardware 5

1 B.R.ColsonPresidentAMKUH'AS Reach's Football Goods, Wright & Ditson Tennis) Rackets and Athletic Goods, Eastman -

; ;i t ASSOCIATION lIRNHRYMIP OFTITLE MEN'= FI.URIII.UCLTW MP.U IIRRV IlP OFTITLE MEN Kodaks and supplies, Reach's Baseball Goods, Louisville Slugger Bats all latest

', S (, 2trriilly: ]'l l ris)tj \ models, Remington, U. M. C. and Winchester Ammunition, Remington and Automatic

>j Pump Guns. Remember we carry as complete a stock as money..can buy.

y Lumber, Dressed Stock ---WHOLESALE AND RETAIL---



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