The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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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 27, 1919
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. VII University of Florida, Gainesville, Inursday, February. 2/, 1919 -- moo. 6 1!t !




State University and Auburn -

Pre Murphree Gives Statistics in Telegraph Their Acceptance to Major A. A. Lotspeich Writes Stouta-
Secretary White Score Was Six to Four in Favor of Seniors When Deluge Caused ; J
Chapel that Show Yale and Colum- mire from Camp Beanregard.
bia to be Only Two Universities Thinks All Florida's "Fighting Game to Be Called. Thought that Faculty Might Have J

Ahead of Florida. CONTEST BEGINS MARCH 1 Romped en Upperclassmen if All Nine Innings I:
Men" Should Have a GetTogetherThis j
Had Been Played .
I Year. r..

President Murphree in Chapel last' The University of Alabama has accepted 't\ ;:
Friday, told of the many things that I Florida's challenge to a con-
students of the University of Floridacan test for volunteer Bible study. A Ralph Stoutamire, business man-I -- .."3 ,

be proud of. telegram from that institution Tues- ager of the Alligator received the (By "Tohretaw") It is attributed in large part to i J
other letter from A. A.
"Our State has been very liberal in day announced that the student body day a Maj. Last Saturday afternoon at 3:30, the unerring eye of Prof. Thornberg, .1-
granting funds for educational ad- had almost unanimously voted to take Letspeich, a 1916 graduate of the College began one of the battles which will whose fielding commanded the admiration .-i i I

vancement", said he. "Very recentlyit up the gauntlet that the University of, of Law. Old men on the campus be added to the fifteen decisive ones of all, that the faculty team f f \
will remember him for his
has voted for an educational tax of Florida threw down to all universi-' prominencein in the world's history. Our revered scored as well as it did. i,

10 mills which, with one or two exceptions ties and colleges formerly in the athletics. He was a great varsitystar faculty, rubbing off the dust of musty Prof. Scott ought to join the Weather t'
and of both foot- l I
is the highest rate grantedby Southeastern Dept. of the S. A. T. C. was captain tomes from the front of their breeches, Bureau. His costume, in part a \
ball and baseball teams the 'f"
any of the stated in our great na The contest will begin March 1. during replaced the aforesaid dust with good bathing suit, showed how accuratelyhe ..d I
school of 1915-16. He is
tion. The State of Florida has been The challenge for general athletics year now old Fleming Field mud in an exceed- prognosticated the atmospheric 1

especially liberal to its higher high has yet to be taken up. After an- stationed at Camp Beauregard, La. In ingly hot, but wet, baseball game; conditions. .
the letter he himself be- i
schools or state colleges and has invested nouncing the acceptance of the Bible expresses as with a selected team from the Senior One of the interesting incidents was
much to in the Alli- i 1
ing pleased note
about 700000.00 alone on study challenge, Secretary White Class. The final score 6 to 4 in favor! Stoutamire's slide for third. The "i,
the University of Florida. Every stated that the reason for the delay gator evidence of the return of some 1 of the Seniors so close as to show that exact measurements have not been :i I
of Florida's old time and
stick of timber, every brick, that is on seemed that the other colleges had a pep spirit. the college professor is not the walking -II turned in yet, but fans agree that it i
Major entered the secondofficer's
the campus of the University of Flor- misunderstanding of what general ath- bag of skin and bones, toppedby was at least eight feet in the air and i i )
ida has been placed here since 1905 letics meant. When Florida's chal- training camp at Fort Ogle- an overdeveloped brain pan, that twice that in the mud. 1

and therefore all the buildings and lenge was made known to the Southern thojpe, Ga., where he secured a com- tradition pictures him. In fact, hadit Dr. Cox had an interesting experi- .

equipment are comparatively modern. : Intercollegiate Athletic Associ- mission as captain of infantry. He not been for the deluge at the be- ment in the psychology of shock when \"
was later promoted to the rank of
The University of Florida has the distinction ation (to which, for some reason or ginning of the fifth inning, it is not Prof. Smith, intent only on survey j
major. He would like to take part ina
of being one of the three uni- other, not a single representative of improbable! that cur faculty would ing the ball, collided with him in right i J
get-together of all of Florida's"fighting
versities in the United States who the University of Florida 'was sent,) have mopped up with the stately field. '1 t I
men" time this
some spring,
have their campuses with regard to it did not meet with the reception that I Seniors. After four innings of the grueling .
: he Read the letter for
future growth, and accordingly it now was expected. In a letter to Mr. says. The game started with the Seniorsat contest, the clouds "busted" wide j.'F
dear Stoutamire
has one of the most attractive camp- White, Physical Director Cubbon sug- "My : the bat. Dr. Murphree, after a few open; and the opposing teams, having :1.1
uses in the country; and when it has gests several possible causes. He says "Thoughtful of you to remember me graceful poses, started a line of hot neglected to provide individual rafts ';L
he is convinced that the with a recent copy of the Florida Al- ones that had the Seniors with which
been developed, will be one of the most that faculty guessing; to navigate Fleming ,J,
perfect ones. a representatives attending the S. I. A. ligator. I have read and reread it, including but by strong batsmanship they man- "Lake", were forced to throw up the ,

"The University plant has been A. did not respond for the reason that all the advertisements. Truly, aged to score a run or two. Coach sponge. '

Complimented and praised by officials the R. O. T, C. is monopolizing prac- it contained the most interesting read- Buser, as catcher, amused a large and The line-up was as follows: Seniors, 1

from the University of Georgia, Se- tically all of the spare time of the ing matter I have received in some enthusiastic audience by the frequentand Stoutamire, ss; Perry, c; Palmer, 3b;

wanee University, and other great institutions students in the colleges, and that they time. I frantic manner with which he divested Johnson, 2b; Skinner, Ib; Crosby, p; !

of the North and South; yetis lacked conviction sufficient to accept "You may be sure the old men are himself of his mask and ran Stapleton, If; Granberry, cf; Whitmer, '

not fully appreciated by many the challenge without first talking it delighted to see the college paper in after the slippery pill.It rf. (Miles substituted for Whitmer 1.

people because they have not had a over with the proper authorities."I circulation again. The: starting of the began to rain early in the game, in 3d inning.) t& .

chance to compare it with other would not intimate that they are paper; the reviving of athletics and but this did not dampen the spirits of Faculty: Thornberg, 3b; Smith, 2b; ix' ,

plants. To those who have had a passing the buck' ", wrote Mr. Cub- numerous other activities give evi- the players in the least. Rogers Ib; Grimm, ss and p; Buser, 'f'

chance to visit other great institutionsin bon, "but there seems to be general dence of the old time pep and college After the second inning Dr. Mur- c; Cox, rf; Murphree, p and as; Thor- tJ '

the country the University of Flor- ignorance on the part of the collegesas spirit. To know that you boys are phree, wishing to give the Seniors a oughgood, If. :.' -I I

*da compares favorably with any of to just what 'mass athletics'' is; constantly on the job, fighting every look-in, resigned in favor of Prof. Umpires, Hartman and White. I ,
them, with due regard to its youth and they associate it with such an minute to promote the best interestsof Grimm. Crosby pitched for the Se- Score by innings: J- 1 1"Y"

and size. endeavor, gigantic responsibilities and the University, maintaining a high niors, and Perry caught. Their work Seniors ............................_? 2310 ; :

"Not only in buildings and equip- expensive equipment." morale, securing cooperation, giving was perfection itself. Faculty ..................................3 010 r.i i''

ment does the University of Florida Florida is having mass play every every man a chance, putting in the ". "

rank with other great universities of afternoon, yet there has been practically field the best competitive teams avail- Li-
the country but it has a very superior no added expense. Florida men able, and standing behind those teams OR, COX SPEAKS ON MOVIE MACHINE r

faculty. Tho the degree of Doctor of are inclined to believe that the S. I. and activities to the last man and organization -

Philosophy does not altogether judgethe A. A. representatives were trying to will keep and hold the active LEAGUE OF NATIONSShows HAS ARRIVEDShows

worth of college professors yet in "pass the buck". interest and increasing pride of

some degree it will show the calibre of After the foregoing had been writ- the Alumni in the University."I .

the teaching staff of an institution, ten, news came of the arrival of an- was just thinking what an insp'r- that World League is the Next
and in this matter the University of other telegram, announcing that The ing occasion it would be if all of Flor- Natural Step in the Process of to Start as Soon as Gym Floor

lorida stands with the best and rich- Alabama Polytechnic Institute, at Au- ida's fighting men could get together EvolutionDr. L Ready for Chairs. il"t,

est colleges in the country." burn, had unanimously accepted the some time this spring or next fall, 1 J

Dr. Murphree then gave the average Bible study challenge, and that the or both. Presume a gathering as men- Cox lived up to his reputation .

percent cf professors who hold the student body of that institution heartily tioned has been started. Anyway it ,I and gave one of the most interesting, That long-looked-for picture ma- l'

degree of Ph. D. on the faculties of endorsed both the method and spiritof occurs to me to be a splendid idea for j I instructive and unique talks at Y. chine has at last "arrove", announces J

the Arts and Science Departments in the undertaking. Hurrah for the this spring, for most of the men, who II M. C. A. Sunday that the students Secretary White. As previously
the following designated colleges: State of Alabama! are getting out of the service, will have ever had the opportunity to t planned, it is to be placed in the .

University of Alabama.-----....41 2/3% be out shortly. Certainly a meeting of I hear. t '
Leland Stanford Jr. University.41% this kind will attract a large numberof He developed an idea as it had occurred gym.Together with the machine came 175

University of Colorado._.....__.......32% ALL STUDENTS, NOTICE men, if not all who are available. to him and asked the students folding chairs. These will be used on
Please let me know what has been I I to think along such lines. As a the floor during the show. When the
University of Georgia......_.........42% part
Emory University _.._..._._.....__31% done along this line and what you of his text he took Micah: 4-3 "Andhe show is over each man will "take up .,
think of the possibilities of such a I shall judge among many people, his chair and walk", placing it, folded, :1
University of Indiana .....______24% Those who have not reserved their I.
University of Kentucky ..._..._..21% ', to do gathering. I and rebuke strong nations afar off; on the pile at the entrance as he goes I
1919 Annual are requested so "There is nothing to give rise to and they shall beat their swords into out. The chairs from the mess hall
University of Maine _...___....._36% : The
University of Minnesota.__.........__.45% as soon as possible.of the.names may anxiety about the University for since I plowshares, and their spears into annex will be placed in the balconyand ,
be given to any staff-Dye, reading the Alligator I noticed that t
pruninghooks; nation shall not lift left there for permanent use.
University of Mississippi .._._......40cUniversity i K
Morgan, or Gunn. Dr. Murphree is still in command of I a sword against nation, neither shall Distinctly high'class pictures such
of Nebraska _._..._____40% I
University of North Carolina ........50% the Heavy Artillery; that Dr. Cox and f they learn war any more". as the army furnishes in the war .
University of South Carolina .....307 high school course. Of the institu- Dean Trusler are still active, making i I'I I "The lowest form of Tfe": said Dr. i f fJ !camps, will be shown here, as the University ..

University of Texas .__.._....32% tions mentioned in the previous list daily gas attacks on unsuspected!J I L Cox, "is the single cell which performs I II 'I of Florida has been placed in '. j jr
_.___35 Florida ranks with the Universities of freshies; that Dr. Farr is in command I all the functions that cur bodies do. a war work Y. M. C. A. film circuit.
University of Virginia 1/2cc
Washington & Lee University ......50% Indiana, Colorado, Nebraska, Ken- of the Machine Gun :Unit, prepared for i First it grew larger, and then in developing -I I r Just as soon as the gym floor has

University of Wisconsin _48 3/4% tucky, Minnesota and Leland StanfordJr. both direct and indirect fire; that I further it multiplied; thus been oiled, and the chairs can be installed -

Vanderbilt University .. .. .-51% The University of Florida's en- Rowdy Bill has returned with rein- next we get the multiplex cell body. the regular Friday movie

Columbia University _..__68% trance requirements are higher than forcements, prepared to lay down a I As it develops and increases, it leaves shows will be resumed. The first one
. those of the rest of the colleges men- barrage on a minute's notice. But thereis the physical basis and we get the may take place next Friday night. -
Yale University _.._.._...._78%
"The University of Florida has an tioned in the list and requires completion one thing that has caused me no group force. But, to go back, when
of four years of high school little worry and apprehension: What the cell multiplied it had to give up
average of 60% which is exceeded only
by the great and wealthy Yale and while the'rest of the institutions prac- has become of the Tank Corps since things. As other cells were added the Dr. Chapman, professor of oratory,

f Columbia Universities. This in some tically require completion of only Florida has gone bone dry? original cell gave up functions of seeing has been out of town a good part of
! measure shows the superior faculty I three years of high school." "I notice that a large number? of the; hearing, etc., to other cells. It this month on professional engage-

cf the University of Florida." But, as students one of the thingswe old boys are still around the Uni- had to give up things when it joined ments, but he expects to be here for ,

Concluding, Pres. Murphree added, appreciate most at our Universityis versity. If these boys can't get by the colony of cells, or group. So it the greater part of the time from

: "But also the standards of the Univer- our President. We don't believewe with their lit or law, I would suggest found life by giving up its own sweet now on. He announces that those

sity of Florida are high and are equalto know-we have the best Presidentof that they take up a short course in will and following the group. Men who intend to take work with him,

those of the most strict institutions any university in the country and Ag. as a means to get a discharge. too, had the same gregarious instinct. but have not yet arranged their hours

ia the country. The University of if you don't believe it ask any man "Cordially yours, They lived and hunted together. But should do so immediately, as the pros-

Florida requires 16 units for entrance; who has ever attended the U. of F. "A. A. LOTSPEICH, thru the gradual development, this pect for advantageous hours becomes

cr completion of a standard four-year You'll find out. "Maj. Inf., U. S. A." Continued on page 6. ) less each week.





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Florida A.L':. _;r ; 2 j Thursday, February 27,i 1Jj

-skirts,'who need a little bringing up -i.:s, : :with;: -a \ over the shirt
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR in this line. It is up to the regular: :instead cf a coat, others with ro coat I

Gainesvillians to inform them on a at all. The result:: v.as a picture like I Jacksonville, Florida.

point or two. Some of them the coat of colors.
Printed and published by studentsof pas many ModernFireproof 200 rooms 150 with bath
right by, with whole back seat empty. The classes and clubs, etc., in the

Thursday the University in their own of Florida print shop every on and possibly only a puppy in the front event that group pictures are taken, :Headquarters; for students of

seat, and even have the nerve to turn hould ba sjra to agree? beforehand,

the carr.pug. and look at you when they jco by. upon a certain: style cf attire to be tHe University of Florida

If the people of the most hospitab! worn by ell v.ho go to make up the and

Staff city in the State need any help in edu picture. I i

DUKE WILLIAMS......Editor in Chief eating these rather backward new -r- their friends.

BENJAMIN AP.CIIER..Mng. Editor neighbors, the battalion and band wi
LOUIS TATOM..Aset. Mng. Editor: be glad to render any assistance the S"I\:{: TO IT Rates S1.50 per day European plan and upwards.

REGINALD DeSILVA..Local EditorII. can. Ma
II. McCALLLIM..Athletie Editor;
-P- ..
VAN I:. RUFF.......--.... Society Editor Edison started out as a newsboy on
STICK TO THE RELIGIOUS STUFF I mis- Smoke Crawford Blunts ((6 cent
DEWEY DYE.... Contributing Editor train. Ha met with great straight))
Apologizing for religion by serving fortune in causing: : a quarrel, which '
HERBT. FRIEDLANDER, Ex. Editor i The Cigar that makes Tampa jealous
l a diluted shadow of spirituality is al' resulted in l.is losing his hearing

unnecessary. Men want religion, not out he stuck rers stently to his ideal, Manufactuied by
Business Department
baby stuff. They want Christ! -no and achieved. It is said that he had
t RALPH STOUTAMIRS_...._Tus. Mgr I cheap twaddle about sweetness and .o try sixty; timoz to make the phono- !I A. G. Barber Cigar Co.

...... !
ALTER GUNN Circulation Mgr
the manly life, and nobility and nerve raph say "Special" instead of "Pe- '
Gainesville -
Entered cs second-class matter, They are having real fights with rea'' ial". He it is vho speaks of Geniusis Florid

i September 23, 1912, at the postoffice sin; viciousness is dead set against cne; third inspiration and two thirds -

ct Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of: virtue. They know it! They will not perspiration.A !I MONEY TO LOAN AT A

March Cd: 1S79. argue abcut religion, but they will despondent American was travel-

PIa.ce all communications and news accept religion's best argument-the sg 'n China. Passing along the streethe RELIABLE PAWN SHOP

items in boxes designated for that religious man. Their speech is strong saw a woman rubbing a crowbar

rurptse in Peabody and Language and as expressive as their ideas. Ira against a stone. Asking her what 1 i 102 West Main Street N.

Halls. recent camp service, someone called he was doing, he discovr that she 1 A FuJI Line of Musical InstrumentsMILLER'S

Rate-The Florida Alligator: $1.00. for "Smile, Smile Smile", and a deep was making a needle. With such a

.. bass voice growled, "Aw, hell! Let's living example of persistence before

THE LIERARY stick to the religious stuff". But no him, the man turned and went back'to I i ll

man with a cigarette in his teeth can his work with a new vigcr, making. .
lead in singing: the hymns of the l
of failure.
i note sn improvement success out
In the tinny, we i
church, and voice the soul's need. No I
! lens needed, and much appreciated w MiP2AYER- ;
man comes to him with the problem
i : On the! wall, near the desk,
of his souL The measure cf a man'f WEEK:
cs ycu exit, :s a bulletin board on I
influence with men and the reality of:
which references fcr various debates, \
religious life is the measure of his i
t etc., may be found. Many of the own denial of personal indulgencies.- Beginning February 23rd and lastIng -
: !, students are strangers to the library,
i Association Men. cr.e week, the colleges will observe
and such: a board will undoubtedly be -B- seven days cf prayer. There will be i

of great assistance, especially if they no fasting connected with it, how- Agents For
be debate. ELIMINATIONSHeretofore :
happen to on a '

i S Besides being of assistance in reference ever.ill re -s* no doubt that such a week: ; )I f'' JlJlaj ana 1tt"tmaJlJ 1aJldieJC7
it has been the
will to customto
work, this board serve
; i would accomplish wonders for cur t
i to light the more vitally affective elect three Presidents in the Senior
t I bring school in particular! if every man >. /1//
I current events. Cartoons and Class. They have had a President of conscientiously and fervently prayed t ./ iil/iiJCil == JlC/I Jfarata..
the Combined Senior Classes, a Presi-
I I pest-cards will be illustrative. for hs: chcol: his home, h'm:elf, and:
which dent of the Combined Senior Academic t Of Jacksonville.DRJGORDON .
it is
I Tho a novel idea, one iis fellow! m<-n. Prayer for cn:'s self
service to all Classes, and a President of the Senior
! will be of unaccountable is constructi\ It is like a self-ex- i
, One Law Class. Likewise, in the Junior i
who use the library. thing we aminaticn, so woefully needed by all
i have noted about the library this yearis Class.
of us. Prayer for the accomplishment .
the extra-good service rendered impartially On account of the greatly diminish I
j- cf some high aim, cr for thsoluti ----
Likewise there number of upper-classmen this ,
to everyone. year
{ n of some d fficult rr"b'e**! 13
\ has been a good account of every book however, it was deemed advisable to i
< considering things from their highest: -
, dispense with all but the President VOYLE BROS.
I' cr periodical drawn. Space is the crying viewpoint Intercessary prayea.ep- j B. TlSONj .
of the Combined Senior Classes who
need however.ABOUT
i t 'ns a man's river of sentiment for I 9 FLASH LIGHTS
occupies at the same time the officeof
-Is his fellow r:on. and makes him kind. j DENTIST
President of the Student Body and I } ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
DERBIES Fcr the upbuilding of a high campus I
Chairman of the Student Executive Phonf 213 Gainesville &
character we should observe this:

I 1I 1- J Committee. week, end net let any university in I Isw .xfhange Florida STORAGE BATTERIES
how Matters are simplified to a large extent -i .
I No matter big a society man the South surpass us in high: ideals, --- -,'---

i ycu may be, if you are not a Senior, this year by the elimination of I practical conduct, and achievement in See that
these two offices. Of it is new line of
ycu are not entitled to wear a derby. character

! I 1 A number of under-classmen have great to have a number and varietyof elopment.- J (p AdkinsAttorney Brown

! lately been assuming liberties quiteunbecoming offices to bestow upon worthy col- Blucher Ser

1 l to' them, and causing a legiates, especially when the titles are HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET I and Counsellor at Law vice Shoes
r breach of college etiquette. If a function so long, and English-like, but we have I Gainesville i Florida on

i is ever so. elaborate--even if given not quite recovered from the milita-
One of the big events cf *.!h3 sprlnrwill : ; ; the Comfort lines.
ristic idea
by John D. Rockefeller-nevertheless, of ripping off, and strikingout
J take place early in Apr'l.: J
unless are a Senior, don't don the everything extraneous and non- Inj I !
; ycu
I fact this is about the must i Just the drill
, .mp::rtant J Conner Auto thingfor
i derby. It is, and always has been, essential. It is a cherished anticipation Company .
of all cf the second ". '
events tSt-
se: ::
i I for the exclusive use of the graduating of the Sophomore and Junior JGetm*COT.CCT. Piop. j
; Classes of this It is the one big thing the University: | W. sh'ng end$ Po is hin Gasoline a nd every day use.
i i class. It is up to the Seniors andlo"al year, that when the > >:;
does in the besides: j
spring, Commencement .
old men to this sign of roll is called at the beginning of the 01 !4 and Act.csso'1'8
and the Junior i'rem. I P-.e, 194 $5.50.L. .
1 1919-1920 that is next Cicerone n I
dignity. Right along that line, it is year September -
: 1 In 1917 there v ers ninety odd I
about time the Seniors were getting there will be so large a numberof
Ii heroes men from the (<,un'y h.gh schools I : on. -- 2----- C. SMITHNorth
them cut, together with their canes our returned from the Armyof 3
the for the State High! School
and stogies. Also, if the rats are to Occupation, and elsewhere, that it campus THE. SANITARY CLEANING
F Track Meet. In 1913 thee must h:1ve'' Side of Square.
} j wear green caps this year, the Sopho- will necessitate an injectment again, been over hun.'rd. These \ AND I -
more class had better get busy to into the organization of the upper cne repreentatives -f PRESSING COMPANY --
J prescribe them for the wee freshmen. classes, of these grand offices with : beg'n' to arrive any here I r I If
:I H w6GAINESVILLE m im. high-sounding titles. from Thursd'
ing of the week cf the meet, full cf in t ae is i.itery way. i iFkl I

HOSPITALITY --u-- pep and grayly: bedecked.:: Many of'i I ::>Ci] DKV Ci.KANi>K I an automobile
UNIFORMITYA : he fair sex are on hard to greet tha j Asn

1 When it comes to regular, old time, winners with wreaths and garlands.The SIS-AM PRJ-SIXJ: owner

I Southern hospitality there is hardly a word about pictures. In last field events take place Friday S:.ves Time I ,

1 town in the State that can surpass year's Seminole: you will notice that afternoon and Saturday morning. if I Sees; Clothes: .

Gainesville. Appreciating the fact the majority of the pictures were there are enough to run them Friday. Sves Money watchthis

I that the institution makes Gainesville taken in group form. We are, as yet. Usually a dance ia given for the visitors Hat Clearing rr.d nockir.! Speciality I

t distinctly a University City, the citi- unadvised as to whether the picturesin Friday evening. On the following! Also! Steam Dyeing

t i Hers are ready and.willing at all times this year's annual will be taken in Saturday evening it is the custom for I'bone:> j ulre us a callllojucu 1

r to do anything in their power for the group or in individual form. But the University to a nerar..t a b-n- space.
welfare of the students. This fact. after .. ------
t I this much is certain. Whatever form I quet, which the Pcm-IIellenlf: sare :

t has blazingly evidenced in the recent they are taken: in, it is imperative that hosts at a regular dance, to which

epidemic of influenza. the individuals be dressed uniformly aU visitors. athlete -ij the envirej: i iJ1. ,11111 ri T I"t11..tfi t'1 i 11 rt I JOS. J. SEYKO S RA

The students wish to assure the cit- and neatly, as far as possible.: student body are guests. I.
hens cf Gainesville, that they are Some of the group pictures in last This a.a.r it ,"...\,.,...:.g every stu- I ol 't-f" C'UJ :;

anxious to show their: appreciation ear's Seminole come near being a lent mould begin :.t tr.ce to lo-jk I CY hJntiUt r s1riba I, CONTRACTOR

1 also, and we are positive that a larger disgrace to the school as regards the ward to and to plan! for. Most likely 1 Ii i ...... Electric Appliances Klectrn,' Rf'Iajrilii

i rumber do, in more ways than one. dress of the students. Of course a the Giants will not be with us much I t Sterling National Mazda LamPs Al

k I Many go in town to church, for instance man does net come to college to display of April, however welcome they may Sizes. 32 volt Mazdas for farm lightiotWEAVER'S
i almost solely upon the invitation fine clothes, nor do clothes be. They will leave the field and' -- ----

1 of someone in town. It is the in any sense make the man; but whenwe track in A-l shape for cur high school [ RELIABLESEDs

i" habit and custom of certain ex ep- advertise ourselves to the world guests. Let everyone ccmmun'cute j' .; -

tionally kind residents to put themselves Te should be as neatly attired as pos- with his friend bacV in he ood "M''

out to the extent of making sible.: Besides individual neatness : high school and make sure of a place :

i a trip to the college for the purpose there should be some degree of uniformity ff\r him '"!len b- + r- i

E cf giving a free ride; to the fellows, in the dress of the membersof This is our opportunity to show the STEAM LAUNDRY\

hether they happen to be acquainted a group. The clubs, on the whole, hospitality which hls tier been a tIa- j

**ith them or not. For a Gainesvillian were a very poor exhibition of uni- dition of our school. When the boys'' We do first class

to go by in an empty car without picking form dress last year; also were one 01 come here: we don't v' knt them t- SEMINOLE SEED
up as many as he can is considered two of the classes.In spend a cent. This is cur chance to II I Dry Cleaningat

r : 'most as bad as a breach of municipal some of last year's pictures, E treat; now that the war is over, wean !

ordinance.: S number of the men appeared in the afford to look forward to GflRESVILLE FLORIDA reasonable price:

However, there are some residents uniform. Others came in white trou- these lads from our home showing L '

cf the surrounding villas, and out sers with a dark coat, others in civilian: best university in the South.; j --- --- I II II Ii -

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JACKSONVILLE Top Dress with Nitrate of Soda E. ,/
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i l)} Jnn flBB1OflVRWI}) ) No Risk of LossNitrate YOUNG MEN EXPECT! -t...,! :

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( of Soda is the only ;
form of Nitrogen immediatelj ; !

"Tin p3 1fiamao't $ $11C" available It gets busy fcr growing at once.crops MORE FROM PORTER'Sand *
; 123 WEst Bay Street dress withNitrate i i i : \

Eell Phone 73JACKSONVILLE I I ..

J FLA. of SodaAll I I
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-'l'Hb- other fcrra-:::: : rust Crst be ni. \
trated in the soil, ukmg time, andresultlg I '

Picture Frame Specialist Bacterial actcn.in cost.y losses through I -:- as one cf cur :young friends put it "be- A' ..i
Use 100 Ibs.rer acre for seeded crops; : lieve me, scn, they get it". r, .r ;
HARRY FRIESEKE too Ibs.forcutuaud. These light dress 1 n I
ines are easily spread: over an acre and I More young man's styles, more real quality, ; ; :
the amount is triflirg
compared to the J
LAURA & ADAMS: STS. lion.acreage weight engaged: in crop product more variety to pick from, and more real satisfaction / .

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA WM. S. MYERS I after the suit is bought than you'll find ,'' ='ti :., '.

Chilean Nitrate Committee at any ether store in the State. j
ZS Madison Avenue New York
COLLEGE PRESIDENT I I All because the Young man and his clothes are #i : .;

RESIGNS AFTER 31 I a special study of curs, and we're learning some- i '
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YEARS OF SERVICE I thing new every day that makes us more expert : ; I
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I Dr. Lycn G. Tyler of William and . . . REACH TO COME: AND SEE THE BRILLIANT I

:Mary's Accepts Honored Place on GALAXY OF SPRING S T Y L E :, .(iir 1r
'I Carnegie Retirement List. Sophomores at Tulane are demanding .
an apology from the Freshman
Class as a result of the "rats" having APPEARANCE AT PORTER'S. ., \ t,

asked for an indemnity of one hun .}:
"The Flat Hat", the paper publishedby 1
William and :Mary's College, at dred dollars for the less of the.r "rat I

Williamsburg., announces that its caps", which were in the custody of rl
Dr. G. has the Sophs. The second year men assert l ,
president, Lyon Tyler, resigned ..
that they have absolute proof ; I
after thirty-one years of ser
vice with that institution. Followingare that the Freshmen are responsible for lj: ;
the stealing of the caps. Moreover i '.
excerpts from the article in "The
they declare in the columns of the
Flat Hat":
Tulane Weekly that: I
"After a service of thirty-one years
Dr. Lyon G. Tyler has resigned the "As for the Frehmen getting the! -J
i have about much chance i I
$100 they as I
presidency of William and :Mary Col- : I
snowball in HELL!" :
as a
lege-his resignation to take effect I :6&474BAY \-' \

Jury: 1, 1919. The Carnegie Founda- i s.... I

tion for the. Advancement of Teaching 1 :.,. I
invited h m to an honored place on its Washington Square Dealer, the official
retirement list and President Tyler organ of the downtown schoolsof I & LAURA STREETS JACKSONVILLE ,FLA. f \' 1

has accepted. New York University, has come .. --- ..::: ,, ...,.,>--=-= ...... "'t : '-.r<... _",...;;'YL'" "' """''I2Ii.. srs ...".. _" UL. ... I .
'The College Board made him President to the exchange desk. We are glad i .
Emeritus, and instanced their ap- to get in touch with a Northern uni- I ie -

1 .eciaticn cf his services by a set versity of such a reputation: as New: Go ds at Prices
i* 'audatory resolutions. York University has. This is the I :
" "No man is more completely identi- sixth year of The Dealer, and the you I at I
fied with the restoration and successor paper is asking fcr greater cooperation i L' .
a college than President Tyler. 1 of the students to make it bigger! !I : BJII\I.PS: !

\.' lliam and Mary had been suspended I and better than ever. The column a ;

fcr seven years, and President Ty- headed "Law Talk", is full of wit, on :
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ler, as a member from Richmond, led humor, and news; and is one of the ---r-. I i
; the fight in 1888 ;In the House of Deletes outstanding features of The Dealer. ii"i \
f for the first appropriation of :: : .: "i 1

$10000 to put the college on its feet. National Bank .
. "It would! take too much space to The Florida Schoolroom: for Febru- A ._ I II

give the details of this work. There ary contains an interesting article entitled ing }(} / lftluk" I 11.-tour,f". Ore $..ooo.oou :
1 -ere times whEn the college was in "Readjustments in Education", ing to __ I
imminent peril in the Legislature andit by President A. A. Murphree. In it of

was only by Mr. Tyler's personal I President Murphre: reg'sters a strong York
tnd tireless efforts that the institution: I, disapproval of artendency toward I LING ft
I A as saved from destruction. Throughh nationalizing our State educational in-:
Net :: ::
s efforts the appropriations were stitutions.He I I t
speedily increased, and recognition of advocates that present college
\ hat he did were accorded to him in admission require ents be so changed : I

.. Lttrs:: which he has preserved. that a candidate's abT'ty may b? drill. ;
"'Trder Dr. Tyler's presidency and "measured by objective tests insteadof if a PAINT
{ leadership the courses for the train- in terms of subject matter covered"and hard

In of teachers at the college were in- cites the method recently used at _.

ra:urated. The great educational by Dr. Thorndyke at Columbia.A it :
a ';al en' .g cf the public school system sad but true contrast is drawn,' i't
In Vr""nia; was to a large extent
the instruction of
in the paragraph on
i -ada p .ss be! by the leadership of languages, between the respective lin-I In ::1
men trained in this department. Manycf guistic abilities cf an American col- :
the ablest! superintendents and best lege graduate, who has studied French that BICYCLES'L

known school principals of the state I for years, and the! American solder: ,
have been graduates of the college.! with six months in France, and per- tion.

:*n:"h"r and more recent developmentin haps a few hours a week of instruction y
William and Mary was the establishment if he has been lucky enough to

_ cf a woman's department.At I I be near a Y. M. C. A. The comparison !
the last legislative meeting, a bill is decidedly in favor of the sol :

. was introduced with the systematic dier's ability to "parler francais". : 1TCO.
support of the president, admitting and (1
'omen to all the courses at William
.:;, :and Mary. This great innovation in ladies have enjoyed all the freedom :1 I I II
life. This victory for the I j
*' .. h: *.h*>r educational field in Virginia of college f i
was successfully begun this ses.n higher education of women by the'! ] Manufacturers ] i
S marks with distinction the closing -
-.. with a promising enrollment ofrzrrssentat've state
i !
students. A well de- session of President Tyler's thirty
>eloped course in Home Economics years of service and of the first quar- ler Jacksonville
oJ was established. Under the super- ter of the third century in the his- the
big i Fla.
of William and Mary.
\'b...1. \ision of a dean of women, the young tory .

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We also do cleaning:: and pressing. We make a specialty of gloves t Reasonable }'ri<"f"s. TIATS US !.
hats evening: gowns and robes of all kinds. AUTO SUPPLY CO.

F.K Caldwell Manager 1 inesviUp.' Fla.

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BANKING BY MAIL When You're In Jacksonville, Of Course, You'll



wu "aU:1 That learning to save is just as) big apart

: as nn" of your education as your book Smart Clothing and Furnishings.When .

learning. It's interesting too. you find yourself in need

m Yfu m mi) TIlWill: [} riipij) : Of something in Gainesville, write us.

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ders and he will evince immediate] On their annual summer pigrinyt! ,
NEW SOUTHERN HOTELG. INSIDE INFORMATION FOB signs of renewed vigor, both of body for prospective students, the age,
and speech. I of the University would speak wj..

A. DVLEY, Prop. THE UNINITIATEDBy Rule 2. Members wishing to attract pride and feeling about the "c w.
the attention of any other mem- nient, commodious, and complete gj .
t I RATES RE =tSONH'BLS "Tohretaw" ber of the same or of another table, nasium"; but for the last sev.

t. NICE MQOE3* R03M3 EXCELLENT TABLE SERVICE should direct a biscuit or potato so years, when closely questioned in z.
that it will fall as nearly as possiblein gard to this matter, these agent at
GAINES ILLS. FLORIDA PHONE 168 Lesson 2. Etiquette and Observancesof the center of the other member's once joined the mollusk family iii

the Messhall plate of soup. This method has been were as close as clams.

worked out and found to be infallible. After the gymnasium's first PhI-

The White HouseEast Etiquette in all its manifold rami- It will invariably catch attention when perity had passed, it would hate
fications has been a subject of close mere vocal methods are useless; amid become obscure and forgotten but tit
the general hubbub. Members scoringthe the very travesty of its
study by noted men of all ages. The name. As I
Main itself greatest number of direct hits will gymnasium, it was a misnomer. Tbj
and Church Sts., Gainesville, Florida significance of the word par-
ticularly in its application to the dining be marked accordingly by the pro- architecture of it was singular urf
One of Florida's Best hotels. Given a score of 100 per cent. by : table, is best understood by tak- fessor in charge of the course., quaint; it was a large frame buildi ,
State Hotel ing glance at its derivation.The Rule 3. Idioms in mess (all. As 'almost square in shape. The arete-
word etiquette, supposedly, first in every other line of effort to which tect who designed it (if one was e.-
MEMBER AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION came into use in Egypt during the man in his vanity and to the vexationof ployed) must have been a genius, tb
reign of Cleopatra. When Antony, his spirit gathers his energies, the by many the opinion has been voiwi
50 Rooms American Plan 35 Baths late one Friday afternoon, dropped off environment in which we use etiquetteis that his talents might have been bet

RATES $3.00 to $5.00 day the local freight near Alexandria, hav- not always the same. The manners ter employed in contriving piano 00-
T, ing ridden the rods most of the way of the forcastle are looked upon with or chicken houses.
team Hem. El-ctrlc Fan and Hot Water in Krery Room askance at the
fraternity banquet, and
from Rome, in order to save enoughto The gymnasium, unique as it was,
, S. OGDEX CHADVICK.fana: er hire a taxi and appear at the royal: language suitable in a Parisian cafe by no means exhausted the pervert
1 palace in a manner which would not ,would get you canned if attempted I sense of humor of this genius. The
demean him in Cleopatra's at your girl's house for Sunday
eyes-as a'dinner. arrangement of the whole plant w*
I say, when Antony on his famous a marvel of originality. Outside, in-
week-end visit to house' The mess hall is a peculiar institution -
Cleopatra's der the sky, he placed the swimmiaj
Brown Bros Ca party first arrived, nothing was I : and has its peculiar language pool, where it has ever proved a fertik
thought too good for the noble Roman. which: will become extinct only when propagating place for water moss aai
Accordingly, the very first night Cleo I the mess hall itself shall be a shapeless kindred growths. Perhaps he intead-
Gainesville FloridaBuye"s took him to dine at the Pyramid Cafe, heap of ruins. So it behoovesthe ed it as an annex to the botany laboratories -
a famous for its cooking. Its "rat" to read, think and learn
mummy I ; no one knows. Then tJM
and broiled live scarab have the following:
of ( showers and locker rooms were hoasd
hickory stumpage in never since been successfully imi "Shoot the bull" (Kindly pass the in a separate building. A tin few,,
: Florida. If you have any hickory tated.Now Antony, being a Dago, was "Slide the grease", or "Roll theoleo" pleted surrounding the outfit.the whole affair, eta-

used to spaghetti, calamai fritti and (Gimme some butter).
} trees write us. other cafe latte dishes, and didn't "Will you lean on the staff" (Have For several years past the only w-
I of "Calamity Hall" had beta
some bread).
, fancy greatly the Egyptian menu. But,
as a jail or guardhouse for the "rafc"
i as I said, being an Italian, he was "Tickle the cow" (Milk, please).
YET also very polite, so when the piece de I 'Squirt: the glue" (I'd like the syrup while the Juniors bedecked them i
G. resistance, a roasted cat (the sacred I i ). their war paint for the annual fltf
ZARING&CO. fight. Other modes of had beta
animal of Egypt and only eaten by "Splash the sky-juice" (Fill my use
JLJL i royalty) was brought on, he squelchedhis 1 water glass, please). proposed for it from time to tia
i r As this subject is rather I It was suggested that as a ball roar
gastric revolt with an iron hand, inexaust-i
s \' HOLESALR GROCERS and, determining to be courteous if it able Iwill close, trusting that all for barn dances it would prove a bags
I killed him, ate practically the whole I novices in the mess hall who peruse success-the windows, protected by
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA roast himself in two generous help I this article will profit thereby, and close-woven chicken wire, the heft
I I become so proficient in politely feeding rafters, adorned with harness aid

Y ings.His fellow diners, looking on with !! their faces that Florida will not curryccmbs, wcud! have made a per

\WILSON Ii TOOMER scarcely concealed admiration, spread i) be shamed, but proud when her sons feet setting when surrounded by tie
wccden benches
i :he stcry about in the 400, and the lo- ;i shall go forth to grace State banquets, I which formed a ber-
around the
i of tie
lunch edge
3 t cal newspaper "The Voice: cf thSphinx" :! ] with the crowned heads of Asia
i I (the Alligator's lineal ances- i j j Minor, or drink a grape juice: cocktail ( floor. It was net until the coming d
I I tor) devoted a column in the society: i with Bryan. the vocational unit of soldiers tfcrtj
FERTILIZER notes to an account: cf thi3 wonderful 1 1'I j any profitable use was made of tie
: COo 'I building. Then it was transformed

t feat.So ever after, when people wishedto CURTAIN RINGS DOWN\ T into a barracks.

describe an act of overwhelming Drab, dingy, and dilapidated; with
j I Il MANUFACTURERS OF politeness at the table: they used the ON "CALAMITY the sunlight streaming thru the many
expression, "He et a cat". Hence, j broken window panes upon the rottinf
with a few minor phonetic changes, j floor and crumbling walls, "Calamity
I due to lingual progress the word has HAIL"I Hall", compared with the other buildings
: 'IJ1 }l come down to us as "etiquette". I on the campus, has been as wt-
J'lI3t'fr V
f ] Lord Chesterfield became of-place as a cheap in settfflf
famous Antiquated Wcoden gem a
J'JJ' m IlJJl.ill Gym. Furnishes
( cf
just because he was, as a rival of his Pleasure to Many by its Destruction I gold"Se'"eral

for a lady's hand once said, "so dampolite" n Only Pathetic Thing: is that it Didn'tGo weeks ago, a few (a very
Sooner. few, of course) students on their way
FLORIDA With these two famed examples in to breakfast, were surprised by seeing

i history bcfcre us, it seems worth set There is literally nothing left of the a great deal of activity in and.
ting up a little type in order to instruct one-time disgrace cf the University, around the historc old structure. At
t FIRST NATIONAL BANK the "rat" in the way he should the old wooden gymnasium! the first no one realized what was going

GAl N ESVI LLE FLA. goat mealtimes. parlance cf the campus, known as on; but at noon it dawned\ on some of
INCORPORATED 1888, Before taking the course in mess "Calamity Hall". It has been blottedout the less stupid that the old gymat was
I CAPITAL hall the student should, as in any and the vacant spot that is left last following the example of the
$100,000.00 other study where raw materials are army-was The
seems an oasis in the desert of being demobilized.:
#. SURPLUS $100,000.00 handled, provide his equipment. In for what had stood there in the space past; one or two walls which: still stood after

w : this case a water- roof aprcn, a noiseless was not a welcome part cf the University forty-eight hours' work, only served
soup-spocn, and also (to be used equipment. to emphasize the perfectness of the

when eating watermelon) a pair of Many years aco, soon after the inception eyesore which had stood there these
C OREEXLE cSt CROSBY rubber earprotectors.Rule of the University of Florida, many years. Another day and the
No. 1. Always be observant when it was reputed to be fabulously whole building had disappeared, aad
; JEWELERNDPLAT1NUMSM1THS, of the welfare of your fellow diner wealthy-and perhaps was for th in its place were neat heaps of sal
a new "rat" often suffers from depression day and time--"Calamity Hall" awaged rubbish.
Noted for Reliability of Fifty Years. of spirits caused by the erected. It at once became the trysting However, no sorrow was felt at is
novelty cf hs! surroundings and the
place for many weary-minded students disappearance. "Calamity: Hall" lacked
41 West Bay Street awe-inspiring learning and genera who aspired to wear jeweled many of the requirements of a pathetic '
savoir fare displayed by the Senior crowns in the realm of ruin.
In In
: sports. those fact, the only pathetic
i Jacksonville Florida One cf the symptoms is the timid days the meager equipment of the thing: about the whole affair was the
I silence and slow movements which gymnasium, the dinky cement swimming fact that its destruction had not takes
characterize his conduct at the table. pool, and inadequate shower place sooner,and that the shower moat
Class Pins
Rings fedals and A half ounce of quinine
Trophies. rooms seemed almost palatial. It was must remain until the showers in the
slipped into his coffee, or mingled ample for the
simple needs of the gymnasium can be completed pi
t with his grits, will often work won pioneers of this institution. put in order.



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Spring & Summer: Samples on display NIGHT

\' Finley Chapter of the United Q GAINESVILLE 0 l.'

The outstanding feature of Monday Daughters cf the Confederacy observed : "

J Alteration, Repairing and Pressing night's meeting of Farr Literary Washington's Birthday with,a FLORIDA :

Society, was a debate upon the sub- program and dance ct the ]Elks Club E E h.

ject, "Resolved that a one-year course Saturday night. Many University t ) i
of Bible boys attended.A A '.-
study should be required of I '

all candidates for a degree in the Uni- feature of the program was a SHOESBURNETT : .

versity of Florida". The affirmative minuette, which was gracefully executed -
championed by H. M. Friedlander and by eight couples dressed in bea-

E. S. McKeen, won over the negative tiful Colonial costumes. Those taking .j ,'., '
defended by Ralph C. Binford and part in the dance were: '" LC' -

Gainesville Furniture Co. Thomas Sale. Miss Jessie Chesnut and Mr.V.. S.'uller. : ,j s j

From beginning! to end the theme The CLOTHIER .
was handled in a manner that could Miss Marie DePass and Mr. Freddie I I' '

D R Cox bring forth nothing but applause and Lecks.
SIDE orJ S. l I '
admiration. There was no quibblingover Miss Jessie Bishop and Mr. Harold :: : : j

details; but a direct analysis of Ford. .
fundamental principles. Miss Elsie Bishop and Mr.\ Herman -- 'J

Try-outs for the debate with Ben- Stapleton.Miss Itf. Co. '
J J. IJcColIan
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tcn Engineering on the subject, "Re- Eleanor Crom and Mr. J.1.. i ;: 4

solved that every able-bodied citizenof Chesnut. DRUGGISTS 1:1;. ;
the United States, between the ages Miss Clyde Boring and Mr. Wyche The Rexall Store" Phone 111 -I' I
PALM PARLOR of eighteen and twenty-one, should Getzen.: Agents TorLlfiGKTN : I

serve at least a year in the regular Miss Martha Tison and Mr. Dick ADD NOIIKIS CANDIES l ,' .

( army or navy of the United States", Boring. I I I
Jcc urecwnl q ,Lt/ve are to be held at the next meeting. Miss Dorothy Davis and Mr. John SEE: ..ft.A. :

Every member is expected to try out. Icenhour. J.Vida1 ,; : ;

Another enjoyable event was a solo FO R "
We specialize refreshmentsfor dance Drugs Stationery, Toilet ".
BENTON ENGINEERING HAS "The Stars and Stripes", by Articles ;;
Miss Hamilton. Candies!, S 'uvemr C+r-ls ,:*i11'alermau's

social parties EXTEMPORANEOUS DEBATESAt Pens /.1 1 I

the last meeting of the Society, GIVE ENJOYABLE DANCE Come to }
to the surprise of all who attended, Doran's Bicycle Shop

each member was called on tQ give a I i I East Main Street
three-minute: extemporaneous speechon The boys of .the Gainesville High
for B I C Y C L E S,
Diamond Ice Co. the proposition that is to be de- School entertained with a very enjoyable MOTORYCLE.

bated with Farr Literary.The dance at the Elks Club Friday ACCESSORIESandREPAIRS '

Manufacturers of try-outs for the debating team night. The ball room was prettily TheNew Edison
Finest will be held next meeting night. The decorted in the high school colors and
Crystal Ice
Engneers: have chosen the negative pennants. Delicious pa; *_ch was served "THE NGAWITH
Cold Storage in Connection
thruout the .
side: of the question.Dr. evening.A

GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA Benton was elected critic of th? large number of Univers'ty mei I Iwho fl SOUL" t

evening, and he gave several good were present reported that it j

points of advice. was one cf the most enjoyable dances I i TalkingMachines .
J.S. BODIFORD & CO. that they had attended this year. :
The AlachuaRestaurant DRUGGISTS AGRICULTURAL CLUB imitate the ArtistsThe .; ,

.VLUMNI ASSOCIATION I New Edison Re-Creates '

Prescriptions Called for and Delivered Mr. B. G. Gregory, Monday night, WANTS NAMES OF ALL I music in all its original '
rendered some music on the flute GRADUATES IN SERVICE
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN FREE which was enjoyed by all. beauty.Come. I

The Club next had the of
Haifa block from Atlantic Coast Line The Alumni Association to
cooperatng our store and learn
SAN1TAR listening to Dr. J. M. Chapman on the
DepotTelephone THE with the Alumni Committee of the of
we mean the
subject of "Oratory". This talk was phrase .
;general faculty of the University, intend
507 BARBAR SHOP very interesting and instructive. He I .Music's Re-Creation."
very soon to prepare and send
finished by giving an amusing reading
Gainesville: - Florida Promptness Courtesy ut to all graduates of the University j'
selected from Mark Twain's "Inno- THE EDISON SHOP
a questionnaire asking for the war
Satisfaction cents Abroad".
record of each one who has seen war Graham Building.
Mr. Whitner presented some information -- .
service of any kind. This will, as I rk
regarding the inter-society de-
soon as possible-after being collected,
bates, and it was decided that the try-
HOTEL GRAHAM be published. We ask all readers of University Book Store '
out for selection of representatives on
PHIFER STATE BANK :he Alligator to send to the Secretary i
the inter-society debating team shouldbe
I: ,:- "", ..... 7 ..... "' ..rEuropean held of the Alumni Association, or to Basement Language Hall!!) ,
next Monday night. The Ag
the Registrar of the University, the
Club has to uphold the affirmative on Everything
resent;: address of former students
GAIESVILLE I the subject "Resolved, that the World any
I IJ' FLOOiDA who are engaged in war work
is not yet ready for a League of Nations"
I -->----- Jr have changed their home: address'Jince forStudents
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: :: : : ; '" II Every member with any de
leaving the University.
bating ability at all should be preparedto
/ M Pouv/, Proprietor Special effort will be made for a I't
give a seven minutes speech next
large attendance of the Alumni at the
hinf>sville, Florida Monday night.PEABODY. annual meeting during commencement t

More will be published regarding this

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O'Bryant tried out Monday night Secretary Alumni Association.: : THEHOMEOFTHEFAMOUSMOTOR;

Repair Company for the debating team that is to op d

I pose the Ag. Club on the negative side DR. CHAPMAN HEARD BY LARGE

114 Wait Main: North .. SMITH BROS of the proposition: "Resolved that the AUDIENCE FORD
world is not ready for a League of

Telephone 139 I Nations"! on March 14th. Some excellent
A large and enthusiastic audience l
points were brought forth o
MEN'S SHOP ngreeted Dr. J. M. Chapman last nightat
I the subject, and all the contestant CARS
the High School Auditorum. An
showed a thoro knowledge of it. Those ,
Gall and Delivery Free JACKSONVILLE FLORIDAGERALD selected to debate for Peabody were intensely interesting program of readings i'; Acceefories, Supplies And Repairs
were given by Dr. Chapman.
DeSilva and Diamond, while Johnson, ,
From the first number he I I IOO
[ -=..:!! ., O'Bryant, and Walker were chosen as very wo nt' >> ): t) '
the hearts of his listeners. The beautiful '
J.O'RIELLYARCHITECT I alternates.The GainesvilleCocaCola .
i musical numbers by Madame \
Club is optimistic over its prospects
MAGNOLIA HOTEL I Heimburger added greatly to the
and believes that it will be able
I and special mention should be
Situated North of A. C. L. Gainesville Miami I to "take down" the crowing ags. made of the excellent music of thigh

Depot school trio. Dr. Chapman tiroved Bottling Co
himself a reader of great ability and Corner Virginia Asa and Union St.
s SUFFRAGE those who failed to hear him misseda ;
Gainesville Fla.
- great treat.-Palm Beach Post.

4 T F THOMAS, President K.W.TUOMAS Treasurer O. II. THOM IS, Secretary Some things that are odd and extraordinary .

''.! might be said about the for general discussion on the debated I

Thomas Company Inc. meeting of John Marshall Society Saturday subject. Mrs. Walsh, secretary to the

morning; but to go to the hear Dean of the Law College, gave an STAR GARAGE

SEED of the matter at once, it was the best interesting talk on the attitude of the
HARDWARE, meeting of this year. typical American woman toward suf J. R. FOWLER, Proprietor

Gainesville, Fla. The subject of debate was, "Resolvedthat frage. i

AGENTb FOR- woman suffrage should be secured -, An innovation at this nesting was Dealer in ActomotilEs and Accessories
by Federal amendment rathe' the first game of "Impromptu", where Distributor for

THE INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. than by State legislation". A deciion subjects are assigned to various members Alachua, Levy Putnam and St. Johns I
for the affirmative, supported by without previous notice, and theyare Counties

and Madison and Getzen, was the resultThe required to talk for three minuteson
THE JOHN DEERE PLOW CO. negative was represented by the topic. The victims this time Union Street and Virginia Avenue .

! All Kinds of Farming Tools O'Reilley and Ingram. were: Dean Trusler, "The Professionof GAINESVILLE, FLA. i

Before the debate A. L. Adams gave Law"; Dewey A. Dye, "Audite ( or

a short sketch of Cooley. After th Graham"; Wm. M. Bivens, "TheIess !:

debate the meeting was thrown open Hall"'. .Jt



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IELIE 5 CHEVROLETMOTOR LOCALSD. past week more and more fellows ap-I thing was wrong, and this develop-, .
peared on the "Y" athletic field between ment was not the natural thing.
i '
E. Williams' good natured coun- the dormitories and participatedin Something was overlooked and the I ALtfJtfg oiHOW

CARS tenance was welcomed on the campus cage ball, volley ball and soccer. one cell soon found itself practicallyalone
last Saturday among the world of cells. It
byhis numerous friends.He .
INTERNATIONALv is teaching school near Williston, First Lieutenant Wm. Edwin Em- was left out in the cold, and the rest $
but hopes to resume his course here bry, a 1915 graduate of the Univer- of the cells felt a brotherhood in com-
next fall. sity, who has served as a naval avia- mon unity against this cell. Nineteen .
v tor with the U. S. :Marine Corps, in hundred years ago, Jesus Christ i -

Rat Jeacle went home last week to the Azores Islands, where he was started this brotherhood instinct thru I I AT THE
& SERVICE have work done on his eyes and searching the surrounding waters for the Fatherhood of God and Brotherhood .
LAUTZ mouth.E. the elusive submarine, stopped here of man. Ths! brotherhood instinct -
AND Thursday on his way to his home in is growing and the time is com- I Lyric; Theatre

G. Diamond, a Senior in the Dade City.Students. ing when we will feel the public

Dr.TenckDasatist College of Arts and Sciences, anda ,opinion of the uttermost parts of the
ministerial student, filled his semi- desiring to work an houror earth. Germany had this universal Home Better
monthly appointment at Waldo last more a day can make wages of public opinion against her and had I Pictures
Sunday.The more than $1.00 per hour selling to fall. The time is coming when the
Office Graham Bldg. America's War for Humanity, and prophecy of the reading in Micah --

I Gainesville, Fla. Phone 258J Peabody Club chose the nega- Life of Roosevelt. Send at once for is coming true. Just as soon as 4'' -
i : tive side free outfit, P. R. Dickerson Co.. Dfe- herd instinct W .S.
1 r of the auestion: Resolved I goes across internationallines I Dorsev &_ I'n
that the world is not.yet ready for a Mich., enclosing 20c in stamps we will have no war, and this .; "'I/o
League of Nations", which was pre'I for mailing outfits. adv. herd instinct is a fundamental God- EVERYTHING in GROCERIES
UNCLE MOSES sented to them by the Ag. Club last William Daniell visited friends in given instinct. -
Ocala last Goodness
week-end. sake
week. "We
are gradually coming into Drink
I MONEY TO 'LOAN -- closer communication with the rest of Doreey'sDelight CofM[

i Strings for Musical Instruments The blushing Otto :Menecke and his Miss S. L. Vinson, editor of the ag- the world. Thru our wonderful means

110-112 West Ui ion Street Ford arrived on the campus last Sun ricultural news sheet, and her mother,: of communications we can now hear I -
day. went to Orlando in their car last Fri-' the throb of the whole world. We are I
I day, returning here Sunday n'ght. just waking up to the realization that EYei CI..a,
[ NICK DAMATO Monthly tests are upon us again. "Rat" Link, who went with them, vis- we do care what the world thinks T.'cd r- F.It.i
Shoot 'em up, fellows. ited his parents Saturday and Sunday.Rat about us. Finally we will get the
I Next to McCollurn's Drug Store I brotherhood cf man and other principles j

ci Phone --- 511 Last Sunday was a record day for "Gator" Van Epoel visited his I I of Christ perfected. Our broth- We Do Our Own Lense ,
Sunday School attendance by Uni- folks for three or four days last week.A erhood instinct has grown wonderfully
i : versity boys. in America until now everyone in the Grinding. N=> DelayC.
school teacher from Fort Myers U. S. is a real true American. We
Itt:1 t:1 t:1I W. E. Stone visited his Alma :Mater said she never had a good picture and have no hyphenated species. The war

last week and renewed many old ac- said if Vansickel didn't make a good has beaten us together and made us H. COLES & SON
It quaintances. He has only recently one she would quit trying. Three realize the fundamental elements of Jew Ier and
: been discharged from the Army and weeks later she wrote: "I am delightedwith friendship: OpticiansW.

I", .. is at present staying at his home at the pictures and would like to /'But the highest idea of fellowship",
Winter Park. have four more." Adv. sa'd: Dr. Cox in closing, "is expressedby '-' .

the League of Nations, which we M. JOHNSONDruggist
"Cleo" at the Lyric, took most of Just received a Urge shipment of Tennis hope will soon be perfected. It is a
'. j the University boys away from their Oxfords and Tennis or Outing Bal: group idea and when we join it we
studies last Thursday night-and their suitable for all kinds of Athletic: Sports nust give up certain things to the

I breath away from them, too. T,. f\ Smith. North Sirlanf- -- Sonar-.,--.-. .Arlo.OR.COX & -. rcup just as the cell dd.: But we Drugs, Chemicals Toilet Articles I

ii ALL THE LATEST I Capt. Knight's inspection of the bar. mm ON LEAGUE if must we forget get into selfishness the League and and jealousy accept Fancy Stationery,

NOVELTIES IN FABRICS talion reminded us of the days whenwe the basic principle advanced by Christ Cigars, Etc.

are to be sce at this place! : fabrics were in the army, except that the OF NATIONS -hat every man is our ne'ghbor: even I
eternal K. P. duty was not held the people on the other side of
up as Continued the
made into stylish.long wearing I from Faye one) West Main Pt.; and University
a punishment for earth.
screw heads, gregarious instinct has been trans- Avenue
garments by skilled clothing etc. Telephone 152
ferred from GainesvilleGo !
the physical basis ;
to the
I I t designers! and deft workmen. I j jI mental, moral and social sides of man lIe's a Senior, Too! -
I When in need tof I When any advice is wanted
are suit
you a Working as a group, man developed, First Cadet
the : makes
l single pair of trousers: you will subject of matrimony, ask a mem-I tribal instinct. If common feeling was voice aptainJohnson's -
be>.,of. the Philosophy class. He I squeak when he 'triesto
S do well to consult DAMATO'S. strong the tribe built up rapidly. Then
give "
knows. a very loud command! ? ;
Anything about it! Who
I I i' Satisfaction is guaranteed marry, when to marry, how to to I I gradually tribes united until we had Second Cadet: "He can't help itDidn't toMARABLE'SSTUDIO
marry nations. In
s other
,t t. cloth fit, workmanship. -and when to divorce. He has it aL getting words, cells were yqu squeak: sometimes when
i! in his notebook. r numerous and combining you were changing'ycur voice?"
I CleaningPressing and Repairing in greater -nrnnnrtinnaa. ------- -Put-- di11.... +...J..... FOil THE REST PICTURESNfcWYORKRAGKEl.

a greg rious instinct persisted. A foreigner The of those -.'..:" ..... : ., -r-r ... ,
owner r. ""
Beans, beans bright blue "
. and more beans! That has been eau
outside of our class ie cologne-scented
J was the way it seemed in the suspenders was
I g3. U 1"inHnl1 :Mess Hall favored us with cold army. and we have 'regarded him as differ- much relieved to find that they had
; por- ent. saved .....
tions of that Army dish last Sundayat >een from destruction thru the 'U. .I.-;""'" !
JI send it supper for the first "Gradually nations grew larger and kindness of the assistant managing '
t toPEPPER. mester. time this se- by and by there were great nations 3ditor. It is safe to say that said

possessing large parts of the earth.I I owner has realized that such orna- -- --- -
Agent for
The habit of taking bit one nation decided it would b- I ments are not popular on the campus
a of
play the
t one big cell and
before is all the I for he has refrained from SHOES
supper catching. wearing
z I _____ During theI rest of the cells. It tried it, but some- j I them-in public, anyway. L oJ,.. '" "
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