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: March 7, 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>]
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
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1;g The Florida Alii. ator ; 'I'

I Vol. VII i I
University of Florida, Gainesville, Friday, March 7, 1919) No. 7 ,; f
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i Rival Teams Are Determined to Decide Lt. S. """ '
' Championship Once and for All. Holland Gets Valuable Information i and Science College Ranks First. Hot Water Apparatus for the 15 Sidewall : [ : !
Lt. "Jim" Sparkman, Old Foot
with from Enemy at Great Additional Information Given by Showers Will Also be in Commission :. j 1
] of Last ball Star, Writes Dr. Murphree; from 1
Risk October '
on 15 .t1
Game. Dr. Cox in Chapel.A in a Few Days. t;
France. Longs to Get Back to Old
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U. of F. i
A Florida alumnus has been awarded correlation of the average gradesof The gymnasium is virtually com j r
Two weeks ago tomorrow our Faculty the distinguished service cross for students for the first semester with i pleted. Only a few finishing touches rd 1
and Senior Class grappled in extraordinary heroism in action. The "Jim" Sparkman, of 1917 football the marks obtained on the army psy- 'remain to be done to put i it in readi- f fl I
en aquatic struggle for baseball supre- man is First Lt. Spessard L. Holland. fame, now a first lieutenant in the U chological test was worked out for ness for use. The electric lights have t.; :
r acy. For four and a half innings U. S. C. A. C. observer, a graduate of S. Army in France, says that he is three colleges by Dr. Cox with the yet to be installed and the connection ; ;: .>
they"played high class ball in pouringrain the Law College of the Univers'ty of coming back to the University of following results: Engineering college with the city lighting circuit must be ; !: : !
and splashing mud. Finally the Florida. Following is the official citation Florida next, year if he has to come 64%; Agricultural college, made, altho the wiring of the entire ]
rain and mud succeeded in stopping : .\. W. O. L. from Chassigny, France. 59.4%; Arts and Science college, building has been completed. In a "-j;
the game, but the supremacy had, not I "The commander in chief, in the Moreover, he is just naturally itch- 67,7r'c. 50% is considered a good cor few days all the showers will have 1' : ,.
been settled between the two opposing name of the president, has awardedthe ing for a good "work-out" in the foot- relation. The correlation could never been fitted up, and the hot water apparatus 4: : L,1; J V
teams. distinguished service cross to First ball squad. In a letter to President be perfect due to lack of uniformityof will be in commission. .t" .
They have decided that a decision Lieut. Spessard L. Holland, C. A. C., Murphree, dated Feb. 1, he expresseshis work. Some students take more Instead of having only three overhead t,. ; !
should be reached, and for that purpose observer, 24th aero squadron, for extraordinary feelings very plainly. work than others, some are working cold water showers, as was orig- fft
it has been agreed to stage an- heroism in action near "This may be a great country for their way thru, some are spending con inally planned, the gym has fifteen !t I J 1 i
other game; the proceeds to go, as Boise de Bantheville, Oct. 15, 1918. the French people", he writes. "ButI siderable time on worthy student activities sidewall showers, with both hot and i'fJt:
before, to the Alligator. The date has Flying at an altitude of 400 meters would not trade Florida for it all- and so on. cold water connections. The pipe At: :t
been announced for the afternoon of 5 kilometers within the enemy lines. and I spent eleven days traveling over In Chapel one morning last week feeding the showers are connected directly ".i_ :
Saturday, March 15. The admissionwill Lieut. Holland and his pilot, Lieut. France; stopped in all their largest Doctor Cox presented some of the with the city fire main; thus'I I '
be ten cents for University faculty George A. Goldthwaithe, continued or. cities and spent three days in Nice. "echoes" of the Army PsychologicalTest. an enormous pressure is obtained r,}.I it "
and students and their imme- their mission in spite of being har- I am ready to return to the U. S. He stated that the field was a where otherwise there would have been :'.

diate families-providing tickets are rassed by antiaircraft, securing infor- now." new one and that conclusive results only the comparatively weak pres- 4 ... .i .
purchased by one o'clock the day of mation of great military value. Home In another place he tells of his : could not be obtained at the present sure from the same pipes that serve y ", /I
the game-and twenty cents for address, Mrs. B. F. Holland, mother, hard luck in not getting into the "fire- I time, but that the rough results were the dormitories and the mess hall. j (' l;
others. Bartow, Fla." works". "I have been in France now rather interesting.The The shower room has been increased ', i
This game promises to be more interesting for about six months-long enoughco capacities tested in the Army over one half of its original size. f It ,
and hotly contested than the have gone into action. But I was Intelligence Test are: 1. Perception; Its partitions are of brick instead of :
first one as a well pronounced rivalryhas jnlucky enough to get into replace- 2. Attention; Memory; 4. Judgment; wood-and the same is true of the 'I
been created between the opposing FLORIDA JACK TAR :nents, and when I finally was sent to 5. Reason; 6. Speed; 7. Accuracy; 8. furnace room. The entire ground flooris J
sides, and it is expected that a much the front, I met my outfit coming out Alertness.The cemented. In fact, everything is as 1 \'r j
larger crowd will be present to wit- IS NOT IMPRESSED of the lines for the last time." value of letters is as follows: it should be for the reception of our ; :" I

ness it. The faculty team is confident L'eut. Sparkman is now in the 82d A, from 135 to a possible 212,,represents famous guests, the New York Giants, ','ij.>
that only the cloudburst two Saturdaysago I WITH/ MUDDY FRANCE Division from Camp Gordon. He" has a very superior mental power.B who will arrive on March 24. ,,:{
prevented them from making a I net a few of the old Florida men from 105 to 134, stands for superior The financial operations of the city :, .I.<
clean walk-away. When the game was there. mental power. C+, from 75 to 104, a of Gainesville made possible the early '-':
called they were only two runs be- I Former Ag. Student Writes to Major "Jim" is one of the men who will high average mental power. C, from completion of the gymnasium. Workon ",
hind the Seniors, and were about to Floyd. Served Thru Meet *f Waron help to rebuild Florida's football team 45 to 74, an average mental capacity.C the building had been brought to
forge ahead of the upperclassmen.The the Leviathan next year if he comes back. A Junior -, from 25 to 44, low average. D,I a standstill because the funds appro- "' ;
Seniors, on the other hand, are when he left in the spring of 1917, from 15 to 24, poor mental capacity.D priated for the gym's construction had :
confident that the profs didn't havea he had attained a most enviable repu -, from 0 to 14, very poor. become exhausted. The entire ground .:J.
chance in the world, and they are Blair H. Rudd, a Florida man who tation. Even in i.is first year he was The result of a test of a group of t.i. floor had not been cemented; the par- .h
willing to prove their superior know- I has served in the U. S. Navy since Mentioned for all southern half. The 8,519 commissioned officers in the [tins for the different rooms had not f t .
ledge of the national pastime on Flem- this country entered the war, wrote Seminole; says of him: "He is built Army showed that 80% of them secured been started. It was at this point that ,
ing Field March 15.FLORIDA'S the following letter to his former for a halfback, is equally good at A or B, and 20% of them got'C the New York Giants accepted the I?:
teacher, Major W. F. Floyd. Rudd tackling, blocking, and carrying the C+, or COf Officers' Training :joint invitation of Dr. Murphree and 'hthe
was here during the second semesterof ball; has a perfect combination of the School students, 72% got A or B, 25% ';i Mayor of Gainesville to make the ",
NINE MAY 1917, when he entered on a course side-step and twist, and is, without C+, C, or Cand 3% D or D-.,i University of Florida their training ;
in the Agricultural College.U. doubt, as good a backfield man as ever The result for the student body of the : place this spring. Becoming acquainted }. '.
wore the 'F'." University of Florida was: 67% A or: with the conditions in regard to the I 1
TOUR GEORGIACoach S. S. Tinicum, !
B, 33% C+, C, or CBelow us in'' gym and the baseball grounds, the ,; ; :
I Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pa. the army were the Sergeants, then the citizens of Gainesville raised by mu- ': ;i
February 17, 1919. MESS HALL NOW HAS '
is Arranging for Long-A waited' Corporals, and then the Privates. The nicipal and private subscription $1,050 ,
Baseball Schedule. Can Announce "Dear Major: REFRIGERATINGPLANT men in the A and B groups rank nearly I which they contributed towards the <
Results Within Two Weeks. "It has been a long time since I have together, and so do the men in the '!I completion of the building, saying that _;
written, so I will let you know my C+, C, and Cgroups, except that the advertising that Gainesville would :; I
whereabouts, and also let you know I Mess hall is becoming more highly the Cman is generally somewhatless get from the Giants coming was well :'
Much restlesness has been preva- have not forgotten dear old Florida."I modern and efficient every year. Thisis able than the rest. i i worth that sum to them. '.
lent on the campus at Florida's seem- served through most of the war necessary in order to meet the needsof By correlating the median of the 1 j'I Coach Buser has been untiring in ;:
ing apathy in regard to arranging a on the transport Leviathan. Of course a rapidly growing student body. middle fifty per cent of the grades j!I! his work of cooperating with the cit- l
baseball schedule for the coming sea- you do not need to be told that the The latest improvement is the instl- obtained by groups of men of various -l I! izens' committee in preparing for the "
son. Interviewed on the subject bya afloat !I I of the Giants. It is due :}.
Levi. is the largest ship ; every lation of an automatic refrigerationplant professions in the army the I coming greatly -
Gator representative, Coach Buser one knows that. I made nine tripson which has just been completed.Tho following results were obtained: First ;i! to his efforts that the gym is t t
stated that he had been corresponding her, seven to France and two to this is an expensive piece of ap- came the engineer officers, then army j I now ready- for occupancy.- j...
with various colleges in Georgia, I England. paratus, it will soon pay for itself in chaplains, medical officers, "Y" !! A detailed description of the gym,
in an effort to arrange for a tour of "From what I've seen of France I saving an enormous ice bill, and the retaries, civil engineers, dental of- : by J. G. O'Reilly, architect, appearson
that state by Florida's nine. I am surprised that the Germans added convenience makes it a lux- ficers, electricians and so on down the'' page 4.FOOTBALL.
"We are allowed only nine days off thought it worth fighting for. Florida line until we come to the barbers,I I

the campus", said he, "so when we go during the rainy season hasn'ta ury.A one hundred pound charge of am- farmers, tailors and laborers last. 1 DATES BEING MADE
we should have a full enough scheduleso thing on France the whole year monia is calculated to last about Said Dr. Cox, "Like others, this testis I
that the trip will not be a too round. I was in St. Nazaire one month not absolutely conclusive but it
eighteen months if proper care is Georgia, Oglethorpe, and South Carolina
heavy financial loss. Florida is at a and there were only two or three days taken; and the cost of operation is does point out a few facts that mightbe Closed With; Now Negotiating -
disadavntage in being located so far that it did not rain. It was so. badI small. interesting. To be successful in Vanderbilt I
away from the other institutions in did not go ashore the last two weeks. Two rooms, each eight by twenty the strenuous competition it would I

the South; and unless games can be Brest is a pretty place though. I was feet, in the rear of the building, constitute seem that a man ought to be an There will be no delay as to football -
arranged for along the route of travel, there seven times and twice it did not the storage facilities. The A or a B man in order to get the schedules when school takes in
, a trip to some distant college means rain. It is one of the safest harbors, machinery of the plant is directly be- most out of the medical profession or next fall. Already several dates have i 1
" a financial loss. Therefore, I am trying I as well as one of the prettiest, I've neath these rooms. The whole thingis the higher branches of engineeringwork been arranged, and more are being
f I to get dates with five or six institutions seen. Guantanamo, Cuba, is the only a very "nifty" affair and might or active legal work of the bar. negotiated. Following are some of
j before I start the team off". one that I consider prettier. interest some of the engineers es- In all of these professions men must them:
1] Coach Buser has received favorable "The last of October I was trans- pecially. The compression and exhaust make quick important decisions, and Florida will play the University of
replies from Tifton Ag. and Mercer; ferred to ship, the Fresno. I it is for the man to have
! a cargo pump is driven by a 5 H. P. necessary Georgia either here or at Tampa October -
J and Oglethorpe guarantees expenses made one trip on her, and was only G., E. Motor. A thermostat in the that ability to get the best out of his 25; Oglethorpe here on Thanks
: and entertainment. But Georgia Tech. eight days out when the armisticewas storage room is connected to the automatic work. In other professions the C men giving; South Carolina at Columbia,
; and Gordon Institute have not been signed. We went on, just the devices on the switch board, would perhaps have an equal chance !November 22. Coach Buser is negotiating
I heard from. "However", said Coach, same, to St. Nazaire where we discharged which control the running of the with the A and B men because in them with Vanderbilt for a gameto
"I think that within the next two or cargo which consisted largelyof pump. It is designed to keep the success depends more on slow, steady, De played at Jacksonville.By .
three weeks everything can be ar I canned salmon, syrup, locomotives, temperature of the storage room at: hard work". next fall some of Florida's old j
ranged. After the Georgia tour we horse feed, and sugar. of football in the
an average forty degrees, not vary- men now army and
will negotiate with South Carolina". "Now I am stationed on a Navy ing over three degrees. When the Dean Benton worked out the per navy, will have returned; and it is C

Yard tug, which is some comedownfor temperature reaches forty-one degrees cent of men in his college who ob- thought that there will be an abund- ;
President Murphree was asked by a seagoing sailor. This tug is a the thermostat closes the cir- tained an A in psychological test and ance of raw material from which to '
Senator Fletcher last Monday to namea home, the work not hard and the cuit and the to recruit men for the f
pump begins remove compared it with the per cent of A sadly depleted ,
man for appointment to West 'chow' better than you could expect. the heat. On cooling to thirty-nine men in the rest of the colleges, and ranks of the old football squads.
from the Third Congressional District. here has been very mild.
"The winter the circuit is automatically broken
showed the superiority of his product.
West Florida is not nearly as well has been colder in part of
in fact it and the motor
it stops. About 40% of men in the Engineering The Hell Bent Society celebrated
represented in the University Doctor as Florida than in Philadelphia. The plant is said to be practically"fool College got an A grade while only the arrival of an old and ardent member -
ought to be and accordingly hard time in "Hoping you and Florida the best proof", soIr.. Graham gave about 31% of the men in the rest of last Monday. Frank DeVane is
:Murphree: had quite who a willing and of luck, your old pupil, the care and responsibility for its the colleges got an A. Go to it, engineers gain among us and will probably ;
finding a man "BLAIR H. RUDD. proper operation to Louis Tatom. : continue his. law course.r ,. _
worthy of the position.




Friday, March 7. 1919
Florida Alli _.%r 2 _

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)IUUSl'ALl1"" communication ciosed v* n* t."o B **t**I HOTEL SLMINOLE-

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATORPrinted I ment: "No true American doubts fora
{j'' Some of the rats are waving the red minute the greatness of Roose- Jacksonville,

flag in the bull's face. For a first velt." ModernFireproof 100 rooms 150vith bath.
and published by students
: of the University of Florida every year man to so presume upon college
: students
f rules as to think he can wear hair on Headquarters of
i .. Thursday in their own print shop on THE GREAT ADVENTUREOnly
his lip and "get away with it" is be-

44 the campus. yond the bounds of reason.It those are fit.to live who do the University of Florida and

l r is almost baffling to note the not fear to die; and none are fit to

Staff forwardness of some of the rats and die who have shrunk from the joy of their friends.Rates

J t,. DUKE WILLIAMSEditor in Chief old men alike as to the wearing of life and the duty of life. Both life .

.{f'. BENJAMIN ARCHER_Mng. Editor !. the moustache. This is the reserved and death are parts of the same Great $1.50 per dav European plan and upwards. '
LOUIS TATOM--Asst. Mng. Editor: right and privilege of the Senior. We Adventure. Never yet was worthy
REGINALD DeSILVA-Local Editor fear the upper classmen will have to adventure worthily carried through by I J.B.POUND Pres. H.R.HARPER Mar.

.: H. H. McCALLUM :._Athletic Editor take steps to bring up rightly some the man who put his personal safety I "SMOKECrawford's -

r VAN E. HUFF_.Society Editor of these dashing society birds and I first. Never yet was a country worth

i DEWEY DYEContributing Editor captains of industry. living in unless its sons and daughterswere BluntTHEORIGIONAL

.' HERBT. FRIEDLANDER, Ex. Editor Take them off, and do it right away. of that stern stuff which bade

It is for the good of the school as them die for it at need; and never

; Business Department well as for the individual. Let them yet was a country worth dying for

j RALPH STOUTAMIRE_Bus. Mgr. come off double quick. Save the unless its sons and daughters thoughtof 5 c Cigar Union Made
\ ALTER GUNNCirculation Mgr. "committee" the trouble. life not as something concerned
i only with the selfish evanescence of Made b>; A.G.Barber Cigar Factory, Gainesville.Floriba
Entered as second-class matter, THE MUSEUM
the individual but as a link in the
28 1912 at the postofficeat -
: Leptember ,
Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of How many students know where great chan: of creation and causation MONEY TO LOAN AT A
that each is in his true
so person seen
March 3d, 1879. the museum is? Most of us fail tc
i, kue: all communications and news realize what treasures of antiquity we relations as an essential part of the RELIABLE PAWN SHOP
whole, whose life: must be made to
4 !. items in boxes designated for that possess on the campus.
n'-')cse in Peabody and Language On the second floor of Science Hall .er.e the larger and continuing life of 102 \Vest :Main Street N.
he whole. Therefore it is that the
I t Halls. there are stuffed birds, beasts, rep A Full! Line of Musical Instruments
man who is not willing to die, and
i Kate-The Florida Alligator, $1.00. tiles, and curios enough to interest
I the woman who is not willing to send
:. you for half a day. When you visit -
-ier n.an to die, in a war for a great
JUSTICE; THAT'S ALL the Metropolitan Museum in Nev.
I ause, are not worthy to live. The I I
York the
or British: Museum, you
r will recall seeing some of the identical wife cf a fighting soldier at the front ,

; p It is not the purpose of the editors specimens in our museum.Of ecently wrote as fellows to the motherf .

!'I" cf the Alligator to make the Editorial course this is somewhat exag- ) a :;allar.t boy, who at the front had
I column. Editorials should sought in high air like eagle, and
l I 1 &j a kick gerated, but to know a museum is a an
Ls primarily of an uplifting nature. matter of education.: We should take ike en eagle, fighting had died: "I

I 'it when the students wish some more interest in the relics, and the trite these few lines-not of condolence MILLER'SAgents

th'ngs: to be brought to light, and collection of specialists than we do. for who would dare to pity: you?

'i remedied, it is the duty of the editors The work of some men's lives is deserving -but of deepest sympathy to you and I

._ war the brunt, to take with d p- of great consideration.Next /ours as you stand in the shadow
kicks result. which is the side of those
kmatic spirit what may time you are in Science Hall, earthly For
1: he cne way to get things is to agi- take a step up to the museum. You :lcuds cf glory: in which your son's

ta.e. Of course truth to the lett.r, will appreciate your University more ife has just passed. Many will envy Jf jllattj allrt/1/ltitJJlaJlJ Oa'ed1e1Ja11tG1r1a1i

I aid fair play should always exist. and realize the steps it has taken in IOU thathdil the call to sacrifice I I!

*t. .s the; ideal of the Alligator to give the realm! of investigation. tame ycu were not found among the I Ltcid'Corcit
everyone a square deal, and at the paupers to whcm no gift of life worth == uo.

fame time, to be always "on the job"n COURAGE jfftrlng: had been intrusted. They are I
Of Jacksonville.
ths} endeavor to make our school the ones to be pitied, not we whose

greater and grander. Emerson said, "Trust thyself; every dearest are jacpard'ng: their lives unto

t I --:...- heart vibrates: to that iron string." the death in the high places' of the a

Look at a man's eye, and you can tell field. I hope my two sons will liveas
h The new gymnasium is for the en-
and what his chances are. If it wavers worthily and die as greatly as .
t.'ra: student body. Freshmen
pity him. "
compelled to use it. yours.
{ phomores are
The chief reason why most of us There spoke one dauntless soul to I --- --
Others should be so fond of it
go through life doing things all out another! America is safe while her
underclassmen would t3
': tne of proportion to our abilities, is that daughters are of this kind for their
crowd them out when their scheduled: ; DR. GORDON B. TISON 5
we do net half believe in ourselvesIf I
:ovens and their sons cannot fail as
time arrives. Everybody out for
s letics is the idaal-at least fifteen we only had enough courage, !cng cs they have such wives and DENTIST Just received a large
enough of the dare in our natures, jnothcrs.: And we have many, many
j 1_ Hates a day for every man.
to begin things which we know we uh v.omen; and their men are like Phon 243 Gainesville shipment of Tennis

-11- ought to do, then our pride would unto them.
1.1 w Exchange Florida
THRIFTLet force us on. No nation can be great unless its Oxiorls and Tennisor

When a man really believes in.himself sons and daughters have in them the

of when he feels that he can do what quality to rise level to the needs of Outing Ba!s suit-
cultivate the habit saving.It
I us he undertakes, his courage is wonder- heroic No J C AdkinsAttorney
days. was ever great
which is army .
.o a manly attribute, part
fully increased. unless its soldiers possessed the fight able for all kinds of
cne's education.
cf :: Spartan mothers kept the idea of ing edge. So likewise the citizenshioof and Counsellor at Law
Thr ft experienced in walking
courage and fearlessness constantly in is worthless Unless in Athletic 1 Sports.L.
any country
across the campus, for instance, ,,hen Gainesville, Florida
the youth's mind. He was taught to a crisis it shows the spirit of the two
.t.ad ol
follow the suk 'alU In
t be brave under all circumstances.This million Americans who in this mightywar C. SMITHNorth
It took >
tramping the grass. rocn: v .
had a great dal; to do with the have eagerly come forward to
to cultivate the grass plots, and o hr.1h-
that sturdy Spartan character. serve under the banner of the Stars Conner Auto Company Side of Square. :
bery. We should feel we paid
Success is impossible to the man afloat and ashore, and of the other Genera c..nD Prop. I
i I I art of that money, therefore the plots who is fearful, who is undecided, who millions who would now be 'beside Washing and Po ishir.e: Jasol ne

f E r3 partly our own, and of ourselv the other. is always weighing and balancing, andreconsider them overseas if the chance had been Oi's and Ae.t-sso i s EXPERT{ AUTO
fellow (not to speak II
j : ng, who is never sure of given them. Phone 194 G ;esville FIB
should keep off.
t -.- himself, but must continually ask the But honor, highest honor, to those -
SNAP advice and opinion of others. No one who fearlessy face death for a good THE SANITARY CLEANING REPAIRINGGUARANTEED
I believes in him because he does not
life is honorable
cause; no so or so
I believe in himself. AND
fruitful as such a death. Unless men
"Snap it up", is what we were continually Moral courage is a great virtue. are willing to fight and die for great PRESSING COMPANY

: hearing in the army. Many people who do not use profane deals, including love of country, ideals Get your clothes cleaned and pressad Albert-Smith

", Snap is the thing that won the language, who do not openly cheat, will vanish, and the world will becomeone in the sanitary way.

war. It was snap that got our two who are not openly dishonest, people huge sty of materialism.In FRE>C* DRY CLEANINg 303 E. Main St. S .
million in France in time. who attend church and Sunday school America today all our people are AND

Snap is characteristically American.It and who are called good Christians summoned to service and sacrifice. StEAM PRESSING Opposite Fire StationRELIABLE

r is the American genius. It is what are cowardly. There are people who Pride is the portion only of those who Saves Time

the foreigner stands in awe and form the habit of deceiving and lying know bitter sorrow. But all of us who Sates Clothes -'
amazement before. because they haven't the courage to give service and stand ready for sacrifice Saves Money I --

I Snap is what we need to make our say "No". I have known women of are the torch bearers. We run flat Cleaning and Blocking. Speciality i

college the best in the South. such weak, vacillating characters that with the torches until we fall, contentif Also Steam Dyeing

1 Snap should predominate everything they will often put clerks to the we can then pass them to the handsof Phone 675 Glee us a call

' we do. trouble of sending goods home on approval other runners. The torches whose i

m A snappy recitation might excite without the slightest intentionof lame is brightest are. borne by I SEEDSEMINOLE

the professor into giving you a higher purchasing them, because they lack the gallant men at the front and by siL1 lj.f1ttili
mark next month.A the courage to say "No" at the coun- the gallant women whose husbandsand jI1arnt

snappy gym and baseball team ter. It does not require any courageto lovers, whose sons and brothersare at 'yawaiutanitlt'FulriDa

co:u'd accomplish wonders in the staten return the package when the clerkis at the front. These men are highof SEED COMPAQ

the next three months.It not present. soul as they face their fate on the q> I I .

is the snappily dressed man who Many people have what might be shell-shattered earth or in the skies .--'
r acts: the eye of everyone.It called long distance courage. They above or in the waters beneath; andno -- GAINESVILLE FLORWI R D

is the snappy meeting that everyone will write, telegraph, or say disagreeable less high of soul are the women VOYLE BROS.FLASH --

t likes to attend. cutting things over a telephone, with'torn hearts and shining eyes, and LIGHTS

l It is the snappy book or paper that which they could not possibly get up he mothers and wives to whom word

I : attracts the reader's eye. courage to say to your face. But has been brought that henceforth they ELECTRIC SUPPLIES WEAVER'SSTEAM

It is the snappy company which when these long-distance-courage peo- :must walk in the shadow. These are & i

I draws compliment from our bat- ple meet you face to face they wilt, the torch bearers; these are they who STORAGE BATTERIES ;

, {?'"cn major.Finally their courage oozes out. have dared the Great Adventure.- LAUNDRYWe

t : it is the snappy college that To think you can is to create the Theodore Roosevelt.

J ;::1 school boys like to cast their lot force that can.-O. S. Marden in GERALD l J.O'RIELLYARCHITECT do first class

\.. "Everybody Ahead". Bache: "I am not a chemist, but I Dry Cleaningat
Let us send home for a little, old- -U- I i
firmly believe that cement is made of
time ginger from mother's cupboard, The following piece was sent to the
beans, cheese, and cocoa. At Miami Gainesville reasonable price:
and see how much snap we can exhibit Alligator by a reader who was II
in the remaining three monthsof charmed at the beauty and noblenessof ate, that's the way I feel after every : Florida I

our college year. the thought contained therein. The Sunday supper".

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i JJv: ] } IDID ill Below is a clever parody on General

1iill 1 U.Orders S. soldier, a list governs of rules his by conduct which whileon the YOUNG MEN EXPECT

COHPflNY duty. It was composed and printed '
by the men in the printing office at

"The >rp tbman'$ $tD e" Camp was "slack"Jackson. at a time when work MORE FROM PORTER'S ;. 11

129 West Bay Street t
"MESS t i iti
Bell Phone 148 .
. ;i.
1. To take charge of these spuds
JACKSONVILLE, FU. and all gravy in view. vet- !'r;:

2. To watch my plate in a mili- '
-'fHli- tary manner, keeping always on the : E
alert for any stray sausage that fk
Picture Frame Specialist comes within sight or hearing. -and as one of our young friends put it "be- ; j

HARRY FRIESEKELAURA 3. To report to the mess sergeantany lieve me, son, they get it". / l\\

bread sliced too thin. More young man's styles, more real quality, r- 1.1 .

& ADAMS STS. 4. To repeat all calls for "sec- more variety to pick from, and more real satisfaction }let.
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. onds". after the suit is bought than you'll find { ; f .:

----- 5. To quit the table only when at any other store m the State. ; t..

GATOR BITES satisfied that there is nothing left. All because the Young man and his clothes area I tf.: J

6. To receive, but not to pass onto special study of curs, and we're learning some- :! : f:, ;
Where Prohibition Wont Work the man next to me, any meat, cab- 1 4
that makes tf !
thing new every day us more expert ; !
Hurlebaus looking at a grasshopperin bag, or beans left by the non-coms., ,
the f'
on subject. .
alcohol "He ought to be supremely buck privates, or K. pOSe j I
a happy. He< is in alcohol all of the 7. To talk to no one who asks for WE INVITE EVERY YOUNG MAN WITHIN
time". onions. REACH TO COME AND SEE THE BRIL- f f' '

8. In case of fire in the mess hall LIANT GALAXY OF SPRING "STYLE :' \' 3 ; !"I{il'l 1

Words of Br'er Williams to grab all eatables left by others in S TAR S NOW MAKING THEIR FIRST j '1'? ; tf
"Stidder prayin' to have the weather the r eccpe. '
changed to suit yo' feelin', dey'd be 9. In any case not covered by instructions 1

; mo' wisdom in stoppin' de cracks ter to call the company clerkor :}/ F ,,'. if I If ,
: keep de weather out.-Ex. I sergeant-major. "! 1.iiJ
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: I group oicture of the Theta Rib Popular Gods at Popular Prices :
b m Society will be taken Monday night
fI piompily at 7:30 P.M.in Marable'sstubio. at \
-V Uf;,, 0"t l7liilwr C sa3- _- All members are urged to be thereon '.: :
t time. :J3-o-RI' :. :JnLI'ei: :
Er'ght Answer 10. To allow no one to steal any- ..1.h
Prof. Rogers: "Do the brace roots thing in the line of grub. I I .
supply food to the corn plant" 11. To salute all chickens, beef' B F.Whitner spent last week -end at t!"

j Rat Merrt: : "They do after they enter steaks, pork chops, ham, eggs, and hU home in Sanford

. the ground". liver. I DO BUSINESS WITH
12. To be especially watchful at
the time for Major Rowdy Bill Wilkenson left The Florida National Bank'The I
Student in zoology working out the the table, and during '
Thursday fo Sanford to visit his fami I I
d'gestive system cf a bug: "If this eating, to challenge anyone who gets :
1)1 for a few daye.That's
Xrat Million Dollar Hank Resources Over $' 000,000STERLING
is what it takes to be a doctor, I more prunes than I do.
think I'll be a veterinary". -Printing Office, Camp Jackson. ,<

Hunter supported Different his opposition to
urpy: "I hear that you have a new Fly in the Ointment
capital punishment by saying: "They 'J.
addition to your family. Was it a 1 Victor De Florin, opening an in-
I don't have capital punishment inMichigan"
b cr girl?" vitation to dine with Dean Benton:
1 .
. Sow: "Six of one and half a dozen "Now I got to go to the library and I
Farley: "How do they punish mur-
l-rt Jvok etiouptt
"h*" othfr"-Country Gentleman. r rn "
derers in Michigan?
-.. hurter: "They electrocute them".


I :1 Patrick, lately over, was working in .
the yards of railroad. One day he -- "
you want the best pipe a I
IF happened to be in the yard office when
can be made, you
the force was out. The telephonerang
I it in W D C-
can get a up
vigorously several times and he
to$6. If you want the best at last decided it ought to be an-

I genuine French Briar that TBADC ,i iI swered. He walked over to the in- \

as little as 75 cents will buy, strument, took down the receiver and .

I you can get it in a W D C. I put his mouth to the transmitter justas -i--'S j) i
he had seen others do.
American made,in all sizes I "Hello!" he called.
and styles, and sold at the I
I I "Hello! Is this eight-six-one-five- i'
best shops. nine?"
"Aw, g'wan! Phwat d' ye tink Oi t .
am-a box car?"Judge.

3 No man ever had a better .1b 1. DOZIER & GAY PAINT CO. i
4. pipe fully than selected this one.genuine Care- Just before going to press with page 3
French Briar, a sterling the Ati6: ator was informed that the te
ring and vulcanite bit ported maniage of Earl Blount in Jacksonville
band fitted and finished existed only In the mind of Mr ] Manufacturers ] :
by an expert1r1t.
( Wilson Hendry.The 5th page had been

I \ .DEMUTH &:CO.,New York printed already when this discovery was Atlanta Jacksonville '1
Workft Largttt Pipe Ma n'factwer made.so the Alligator takes this means
\ of absolving Mr.Blount from the incriminating -
J Ga.
. L offense attributed to him. j

CITY TAILORING COMPANY Up to date Auto Accessories and

I 223 W.Main Street Phone *>&. SuppliesAt

Have your coatsuit or suit altered or relined by Expert Tailors.Ve NORAH

\ also do cleaning: and pressing We make a specialty of glove!) Reasonable Prices. THAT'S US
hats, evening gowns and robes of all kinds. GAINESVILLE
Gainesville Fla.
F.K.Caldwell Manager H. Martin. Mer.

fiedals and Class Pins B. LILIENBLUM BLANCHE CAFE

I Special designs furnished. Opposite A.C.L. Depot

Established Jewelers 1885. Meals like at home


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t ',iiwll''i. I'Mp That learning to save is just as big a

r ',iof1D:.ta 11 wit part of your education as your book For Smart Clothing and Furnishings.When .

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

r Wlnm 1 m [2'j 1rjI? al faDanji Of something in Gainesville, write us.

: JacksonvilleNEW U Florida ti & Our Mail Order Service Will Send It By Return Mail

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THE PRAYER OF A STUDENT : is a tablet of polished granite with a
NEW GY&1 1 A
FLORIDA'S red fiance tile border. This corre-

SOUTHERN HOTELG. 1! sponds with the other features of the
Note.-The following' poem was MASTERPIECE CFARCHITECTURE I room and is impressive indeed.
taken from one of the "dope" boxes. !
We will go upstairs now, to
A. DULEY, Prop. The writer has evidently an original the
main floor. We
may enter the
:idea of rime and metrics, but his gym.
RRTBS RBASONRBLE nasium proper by the stairs on either
thought and intentions are the best

1 N3-I MODERN ROOMS EXCELLENT TABLE SERVICE in the world, and they are expressedin (By G. J. O'Reilly) side.vestibule: This below room and corresponds is exactly to the
a poetic fashion. That is why we To to understand, and to
see, ap-
G tINESVIILE, FLORIDA PHONE 1GS same size. A flood of light greets
publish it. preciate to the fullest extent, the most you
I I as you enter. It comes from three

monumental building on the campus,II large windows, on one side, and from

in these you would traverse the walk between windows at either end. There are two
As I travel this world my
Hall and
The White HouseEast Language Hall and Peabody
double doors
youthful days, look west. large leading to the gymnasium .
I opinions do form of what is right I I floor, and a stairway leading
There the
through magnificent pines
Main and Church Sts., Gainesville, Florida and what's wrong. that adorn the campus, you can seethe to the balcony.
And the more I see the more I am im- From the balcony one can see over
gymnasium. Impressive in its]
One of Florida's Best hotels. Given a score of 100 per cent. by pressed I I the whole gymnasium floor. The balcony .
grandeur, and reflecting the best principles -
Not by what I do see but by whatI l floor is steeped to receive seven
State Hotel 'Commission. of architecture, the gymnasium
have missed. rows of seats. This area and that
entices one to further inspection.The I
i: :MEMBER AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION Now, as I travel through college, and building is designed after the part of the balcony that is carried

from one to another, I around the gymnasium will accom.
style of Henry VIII in Gothic Eng-
50 Rooms American Plan 35 Baths
I notice their glories as distinguishedfrom modate a large crowd of spectators.The .
land. The facade you see when you
RATES $3.00 to $5.00 per days each other. approach the front is in the form of a balcony was evidently designedfor
s And when I came here, I, with sorrow, I this purpose and not, as some are
bay with two buttressing wings. I
am Heat. Electric Fan and Uot Water in Every Room did! observe inclined to think, for an indoor race
say buttressing wings because this
The absence of a spirit, so preva- track.
t bay is naught but an enormous -
lent, so glorious, so superb. From the balcony one can also receive
arch, so finely conceived and exe-
i That to me was suggested an attemptI a good idea of the constructionof
cuted that it causes the wings to appear -
should make the building. Overhead are enormous
as if they were supporting its
j To induce our young fellows that Howe trusses, built of larg
enormous weifeht. Within this arch I
$ I Brown Bros Co. j it's time to awake timbers and stained a dark brown
there are two buttresses, spr:nging
f To a duty so pressing that 'tis follyto from the ground and piercing the a color. These trusses, if you will look
ignore close, are resting on corbeling which
carrying through to a most ch'l.
Gainesville Florida With such opportunity acrashingand is at the head of the buttresses we
terminus. The design of these
knocking at the door. noticed: from the outside. Above these
tresses is very expressive besides i being -
That to our University we are owingso trusses series of ventilators
are a that ,.
: Buyers of hickory stumpage in novel; set as they are within the
very much more arch also serve the purpose of lighting the
they display a masterpiece of
Than we have been givingsomething i uppermost of the and
I part room, giveit
To this facade have
Florida. If y u have any hickory I deplore. put much attention. The brickwork I a cheerful aspect.

What we are most interested in are
reflects the
master tradesman as does
trees write us. not the things I have been mentioning
Now to one thing I dare call your attention the cut stonework. The arch is con-
but is the gymnasium itself. The
I : structed with bricks set rn end and

I To the lack of any remembrance on not radiating from any point, a most floor is wonderful. It is large enough

our campus with intentionTo novel thing arch and of such quality that it cannot be
in construction: 'iue
: '
G W1 ZARWG & CO. call to the world that we all do stonework of the bands, coping, car- excelled. It is constructed of maple
hold dear touches and buttress finals, are all'I wood, the best for the purpose. On

f In our memories the fact that we elegantly designed, featuring the best the walls is a plastered wainscot to

studied here. Gothic traditions. Put, what is most'! save the player's skin as much as

WHOLESALE GROCERS But, may I be wrong in this, my surmise impressive of the details is the possible.! In the rear are the players'

r JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA pet; its novel form with deep para-I entrances, one on either side of the

i t Andou may please to show me, les and beautiful: crowning room. You may guess about these

with great surprise flect the dignity of its dedication. entrances, why the two? Not, most

t That my folly is in misunder- Now, leaving the front for a view I I assuredly, to keep the rival teams

WILSON & TOO MERI standing, of the side, we come upon a design no !i apart and avoid the fight until they

I By building a monument to your classat less pretty than its sister wall. Exi i are on the floor, for they lead, by

its passing.For ceptionally impressive is the designof means of stairs, to the rear vestibuleon

i this would be parallel to the the return from the front. This the basement floor.

virtues of othersIn return projects slightly from the plane In the basement are provided all

FcRTILIZER: co.t showing old Alma Mater the love of the main wall, and is perced: by known conveniences for the players.

I U 0 you do bear narrow windows. In the front there The sanitary installation is complete.

P To her future and her beauty that is one long, narrow window, in the There is a room for visiting teams and

you wish to be fair. rear, in a similar location, are two one for our own. Besides, there is a

' 1 t MANUFACTURERS OF long, narrow windows, one above the general locker room for the cone

other. This arrangement produces nience of all.
i iI And now why should we not do balanced design without actually a Now, taking the whole building into

.. t 1 11J !.f1jQ l1] r }1m J! For What universities others have the world done over peating.pointed arch These windows windows placed and the betweenthe large re- consideration of its kind ,in it is the probably south. the It finest will i

[ HJIUIJ! MiJACKSONVILLE g illJflIDJIg} By Have each such class monuments as it leaves begun buttresses, reflect, again the answer F. for the requirements of old notwithstanding U. of
beauty of
I the Gothic. With the but many years to come,
' For the purpose I have shown. tresses giving the vertical design and the fact that chaps have

i FLORIDA the parapet and cornice terminating made up their minds to use it, to

, 'f And now I may hope that my prayer it, with the windows reflecting a com work it and to wear it out as soon as

t p will mean, modious interior, a perfect idea of the they can. And now a word of warn

Toou. new gymnasium be ing-look out for those three long,
:F FIRST NATIONAL BAXIv my fbllow students, an may formed.
awakening.To Now let us go inside; inside of a I slim, lean, lanky panes of glass w

h GAINESVILLE, FLA. our need, my dear fellows, I have building that is so designed to be most that rear door.

f INCORPORATED 1888 called your attention worthy of its purpose. As we enter

CAPITAL $100,000.00SU With the hope that some day I may through a broad low door we come ALICE KISSED ME

RPLUS see upon passing into the vestibule. This hall is so
A most beautiful campus, with each designed as to give you a feeling of Yesterday for the first time Alive
class remembranceSo welcome. It has a low
ceiling, a red kissed OB
me Her lips lingered
:.r proudly erected as to tell to the tile floor, and is finished in the Mission my cheek for one rosy heavenly instant.

a I OREEXLE & CROSBY CO.JEWELERNDPLATINUMSMITHS world style.the The white walls contrastwith When I walked to the club it was as
The love we do bear to our dark stained wood in a mos I if everyone knew of radiant hap
I Alma Mater. manner. The walls
are divided piness. Two newsboys stared at me;
into panels by the wainscot
rail, an old mY
the woman winked at me;
Noted for 'f picture moulding, and the base. father shook his from his
Reliability ( Fifty Years. This is all done fist at me
Mess Hall Knows the Art Also a view to beauti car window; George and Bert

! 41 West Bay Street Yancey: "Gee whiz! These must be I fying poses. as The well hall as for has utilitarian at pur laughed happily as they passed me OD

real eggs we have for breakfast. I I beautiful either end the street; five pretty girls smiled at

Jacksonville FloridaClass : found a piece of eggshell in 'em". are within stairs.the The design of these, me.
pat- When I Jenkins
reached the club
Country: "Aw, don't get excited. tern. The newels especially i
looked at me and a hand
brought me
PinsRingsMedals and Trophies. That's just camouflage; they ground! one's novel attention, for they are of a most' mirror.

up a couple of eggshells in the canned I tains the design.dedication This room also con I do wish Alice would use paler

powder this morning". to the tablet. It is 1 located rouge on her lips-Washington Sqaar
right of the
entrance and Dealer.Florida .



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1919 Spring & Summer VISITING TEAM
Samples on display :
a, regular meeting of the En- Q GAINESVILLE 0 in 4 I: a
gineering Society Monday, quite an Last Saturday night the S. A. E.

Alteration, Repairing and Pressing interesting program was pre ented. fraternity gave a hop for the mem- FLORIDA '
This Society is soon to debate the bers of the Duval High School basket- E E 11'}

Farr Lit on the subject, "Resolved, ball team, who played the Gainesville :ffSHOES't!
that one year of military service eitherin High School team here Saturday af

the army or navy, should be required ternoon. The Gainesville High School

o of every physically fit male boys were also in attendance.The '.,,.
citizen of the United States who is music was furnished by the 'I 1

between the ages of 18 and 21". In "University Jazz", and a pleasant eve- f fI

view of this approaching contest, ning was enjoyed by all. '

Gainesville Furniture (Co.D three separate debates were preparedon BURNETT I'fv
the subject to bring out all the WEDDING BELLS I The ; .
points that might be brought against I: !

them, and incidentally to determinewho XORTIl SIDE OF S3 LURE I .f..f.f
Friends of Earl Blount, a Freshman -
R Cox, Proprietor might best the
represent societyin in the Ag. College, were astounded ::
the coming debate.
Tuesday morning by a telegram --- It+ .
After the trial contests
Hargrave received by Wilson Hendry of the Law
and Keen were elected as the final College. The telegram was from J J. W. N4c olIUII] k o. : f e.;

--- ----- ;I debaters, and Redmon was chosen as Blount, announcing that he had been DRUGGISTS I.' <
married in Jacksonville that morning.Mr. The Rexall Store" Phone 111 ;r "
Blount will return to resume Agents for I ',

PALM PARLOR PEABODY PROGRAM his school work, while the bride will L1GGKTS AND NOKKIS' CANDIES t'; ,
return to her home in the North. A J i

Doctor Fulk gave a talk on labor hearty reception is being prepared for SEE {t \

and leisure, in which he brought out the bridegroom. _. J. id.al
Jbe ( lwe the problem of leisure as it is be- FOR i .

vecwn0 ing studied today. We are recognizing LEON COUNTY CLUB Drugs, Stationery, Toilet Articles, ; i I
and the ORGANIZESTuesday Candies, Souvenir Cards < j
more more importanceof ; "
how a man spends his leisure moments I Waterman's Pens tfi ;i.,

and the problem is one that is night, February 25, the .,i>!
: Candy Soda and Cigars. going to be worked out and solved. men from Leon County met and organized Come to :-i: 1 f '. 1

Wallace, Webb, Walsh, Johnson, the Leon County Club. Thereare Doran's Bicycle Shop :',
O'Bryant and others entertained the fourteen members, all from Tal I East Main Streetor j
; club with their; efforts to occupy and lahassee. Ralph Stoutamire was ,
: : dignify the floor for the long space of elected president of the Club; T. M. BICYCLES, MOTORYCLE, r

: Diamond Ice Co. time of two minutes. The pastime of Palmer was made vice president; A. ACCESSORIES and REPAIRS ,

short, spicy, extemporaneous talks is L. Rider, secretary and treasurer; and TheNew Edison t.

Manufacturers of growing in popularity and has provedits Richard Johnson, reporter.It .
'':. worth in the was decided to put a club picturein
Finest Crystal Ice improvement noticedin "THE PHONOGRAPH WITH ;
: the partakers. the Seminole. After making plansof f .1'
Cold Storage in Connection '
a social nature, the meeting ad-

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TalkIngMachInes ;; 1
Monday night at the regular meet- CITRUS, SUMTER, AND I
J.S. BODIFORD &CO. imitate
the Artists-The
; The AlachuaRestaurant ing of the Ag. Club, Nolen, Hurlebaus, LAKE MEN ORGANIZEThe : E j

DRUGGISTS Schcfield, Williams, Pratt, and Tichnor New Edison Re-Creates rt' t I
made talks on the subject, "Resolved, men from Citrus, Sumter and h
and Lunch RoomFOR GAINESVILLE FLORIDA that the world is not ready for a Lake counties organized a club Thurs- ,music. in all its original :};
Called for and Delivered ,.
Prescriptions league of nations". Mr. Gunn, Professor day, February 27, electing the follow- Jt
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN FREE Willoughby, and Dr. Turlingtonwere ing officers: president, S. W. Getzen; beauty. ,. I ;

------ -- -,. --- the judges. They selected Nolen vice president, J. W. Schofield; secre- Come to our store and learn '
Half a block from Atlantic Coast Line and Williams as representatives, with tary and treasurer, R. L. Caruthers; of what we mean by the phrase'Music's : :

DepGtTt'lt'phone THE SANITARY Schofield as alternate, to debate reporter, Horace O'Bryant.This IJ
I the March organization has the true Flor- Re-Creation.
5"7 BARBAR SHOP against Peabody team on "
14th. ida spirit, and thru its efforts the at-
Gainesville - Florida Promptness Courtesy Professor Willoughby presented the tendance at the University of woan THE EDISON SHOP I&& ; ;
critic's report, which was very bene- from these counties is expected to "
-...,'-' Satisfaction On the SquareNorth Side I .
. ficial to the debaters. be materially increased in future :

The club is optimistic over the com- years. ;
ing debate and is determined that if University Book Store

HOTEL GRAHAM the Teachers "take down the crowing MEETING OF THE
PHIFER STATE BANK Ags." (last week's Alligator) they POLK COUNTY CLUB Basement Language Hall) .' f I

I'.:. -: =:<. 'c -- will be "going some" and can boastof
their accomplishment.FARR Everything :- : j jI
Wednesday, Feb. 26, the Polk Count!
European GAINESVILLE FLOpMOLNAR'S Club met and organized, making the!

,,, < --.,. ...............-- < -- -- yearly election of officers as follows: .
president, Leo H. Wilson, Bartow,
The Farr Literary Society met Monday -
4JPO' Proprietor Fla.; vice president, Emory B. Wuth- ,
/ l.
, night to select its representativesfor Students <
rich, Brewster, Fla.; secretary, W. S. .
the debate March 13th with the
Gainesville, Florida DINING ROOM Fuller, Lakeland, Fla.
Benton Engineering Society. A "free
Although the number of Polk
Where Prices are Just Right and Food is for all" contest was held, each speaker
county men here this year is small, FORD HEADQUARTERSJ.
Served as You Like it being allowed seven minutes to speakon
they thought it best to continue the
American Shoe ASK ANYBODY the subject, "Resolved, that one organization with the same old time H. ALDERMAN Proprietor

.. .. ,. ..-- year of service in the United States THEHOMEOFTHE
spirit, and work for a larger and FAMOUS
army or navy should be required of
better club next year. I
Repair Company I able-bodied male citizens in the United

SMITH BROSv1EN'S States between the of
114 West Main, North twenty-one." The judges were MEET

139 Dr. Farr, Dr. Simpson, and Prof. St. I
SHOP Amant. Dr. Simpson announced their

I decision as follows: Friedlander and Pinellas county is going to hold CARS

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Stein tied for first place. Duke Wil- .a grammar school meet at Clearwateron I
Free liams was selected as first alternate.The April 5. Over five hundred stu- Accessories! Supplies And Repairs
Gall and Delivery
others were J. B. Booth and H. F. dents will participate in both literary

Bache. and athletic contests, for which two
E--: jos. j. mmE A Asked to speak to the society, Dr. grand prizes are offered. The literary aO O 09

Farr gave the members some valuable events will include spelling, composition 111 GainesvilleCocaCola r

MAGNOLIA HOTEL CONTRACTOR I advice as to preparing for the com- silent reading, arithmetic, and
ing debate. declamation. The athletic program

Situated North of A. C. L. Electric Appliances,Electric Repairing I will consist of the following: High .

Depot Sterling National Mazda Lamps, All ON FILEIf jump; running broad jump; hop, step, Bottling Co
REASONABLE Sizes. & volt Mazdas for farm lighting ,-gg,
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I Cor er Virginia Are.and Colon St.
1 an unkind word appears, run; half mile relay, and a tug of
war. Gainesville FIa.MOOOMOOO .
File the
.W.TIIOMA3 Treasurer O. 11. TnO AS. Secretary away;
T. F.TlIOYAS.PretildenR. If some novelty in jeers, :-o. OO.

File the thing away.If THE "W. AND L. SWING"

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clever little bit
some The Alligator is apologetic of the
IMPLEMENTS SEED Of a sharp and pointed wit, STAR GARAGE
HARDWARE fact that the "W. and L. Swing" was
Carrying a sting with it.-
Gainesville, Fla. File the thing away.If published some time ago without giv- J. R. FOWLER, Proprietcv
ing credit to the authorship. The

-AGENTS FOR- editors acknowledge it as an over- Dealer in AtfoEo&Hes and Accessories
bit of
some gossip come, sight and trust that as such it will i
THE INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. File the thing away, not be offensive to the grand old Distributor for

and Scandalously spicy crumb, Virginia institution. We also trust Alachua, Levy, Putnam and St.Johns

THE JOHN DEERE PLOW CO. File the thing away.If that such will not be the case again.Do Counties

Union Street and Virginia, Avenue
All Kinds of Farming Tools suspicion comes to you,
That your neighbor isn't true, this for a little while, GAINESVILLE, FLA.r .

Let me tell you what to do-- Then go and burn the file.

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VELIE 8 CIEVBOLET LOCALSDewey hope of height Rats that of they expectancy.may find The all COSMOPOLITAN CLUBIS .
1'1 the other fellows at their table, absent, ALWAYS AOOD
Dye and K. Knight visited on pie day. WIDE-AWAKE\
: MOTOR CARS their homes last weekend.Rat .

J The Surveying Class reports thatit SOCIETYThe HOW
INTE NATIONAL Boswell was given a surprise is learning quite a lot of Spanish

3; when he found his bed under the slang from Julio Vigil's occasional : c ""' ....... ... <...
shower last week. outbursts, when something goes Cosmopolitan Club is
wrong with his calculations. to make its presence beginning-I AT THE

i PARTS & SERVICE Cecil Johnson and Rat Richbourgare astonishing activity of this .!

'f apparently looking forward and Students desiring to work an houror I already put it far ahead of other or
LAUTZ AND HELVEXSTON 1 1i preparing for the future. Johnsonhas more a day can make wages of ganizations. Standing comm'ttees Lyric TheatreHome

bought a setting of Rhode Island more than $1.00 per hour selling have, been appointed and are reporting -

Red eggs, and Richbourg'a hog, and America's War for Humanity, and favorably. In the meanwhile the
4. t Dr.T encb.I both have claimed to have sent them Life of Roosevelt. Send at once for society is seeking to advertise itself of Better Pictures

1 1R < home. They may be looking out for free outfit, F. B. Dickerson Co., Detroit and get under way. It is arrangingfor I

I D :n.1is1.; home interests, but it might also be Mich., enclosing 20c in stampsfor a dance in the immediate future.A .

; Office Graham Bldg. that they are laying aside for the mailing outfits. adv. beautiful cut has been designed for
: future support of a better half. the Seminole, which, the members I
m g ; linesvilie_I Fla. Phone 258J A school teacher from Fort Myers!think, will outclass all others. W .S. Dorsey & Co.

i -- I The fallen heroes in the semester said she never had a good picture and I The club is organized for the pur-
battle for marks had a chance to get said if Vansickel ddn't: make a good pose of forming a brotherhood for the -GROCERIES-

UNCLE MOSES .yen with the cruel "profs" and re- one she would quit trying. Three foreign students at the University; to For Goodness Sake

ake the lost trench last Saturday, weeks later she wrote: "I am delightedwith provide for their entertainment and Drink Dorsey's Delight Coffee

MONEY TO LOAN jnder the supervision of the regis- the pictures" and would like t" instruction, and to transmit to each
Some of them have four more. Adv. other and art from
!I. ; Strings for l\fusicallnstruments -rar. figured out a news history
skillful plan of campaign and "shot their respective homes. In this latter -
110-112 West Union Street . .
em", but others will have to wait undertaking they promise to create
antil strategical conditions are more something worth while. The propo-
Tested 'i'-
NICK DAMATO *avorable next fall. EXCHANGES sition is before them "that a member F.tted

I : . shall give at each meeting a reading,
t. q; Next to McCollurn's Drug Store Harvey Connel, an old football and or lecture, on some particular subject
The Maryland State Review foundits We Do Our Own Lense
I Phone 511 Basketball star, has just returned to I relating to his country or to his: experience -
to the Alligator office last,
; the University. He served as a mechanic way and that this be filed in the Grinding. No DelayC.
week. The Review takes the place of I .
t i HIGH GRADE in the Naval Aviation Serviceat I'permanent records of the society.
the former Maryland State Weekly.
Pensacola and has just been placed Following are the officers and members -
With the change in
name Maryland
TAILORING an inactive duty. He has resumed his i I of the Cosmopolitan Club:
I b, engineering work. State College has decided to make ', Honorary PresidentDr. H. COLES & SON
its the "best ever".
t. paper A. A. Murphree, President, Uni- Jewrlera and OpticiansW.1MOHNSON'
I f 1; Last week being test week, "Hawk- Tulane is preparing for a track versity of Florida.

.. shaw" had a very busy time chasingthe meet between L. S. V., Tulane and Officers ..
1, President, Juan A. Veloso, Philip-
to bed and saving Rice Institute. Coach Shaughnessyhas '
'juice" for the University. pines; vice president, D. O. Pinto,
charge of all the track work.
Brazil; Secretary, Julio Vigil, Mexico;
Interclass and interdepartmentalne
r treasurer, Jose de Sampio, Brazil Druggist
Professor Marks and h's melodious .are also being agitated.The .
i Sergeant-at-arms, R. Ito, Japan.
saxophone trio were appreciated at
j Social Committee Drugs, Chemicals, Toilet Articles
jI Chapel last Friday. contract for paving the drive-
I, way thru the campus at Tallahasseehas Chairman, Wm: R. Catlow,jr., U. S.; Fancy Stationery,
I I R. de Souza Carvalho, Brazil Julio
The hot water every day in the been let' to C. T. Drawkins of Vigil. Cigars, Etc.

dormitories is appreciated, and the Jacksonville. The work will start Honorary Members
general sentiment is in favor of about March 1st. This driveway will
r never Dr. Jas. N. Andersen, Dean, Col- Corner West Main St.and University
finishing the showers, if it is to add much to the beauty of the cam-
I rI In The Good OldDays Of Summer gym lege of Arts and Sciences: ; Dr. C. L. AvenueTelephone
put an end to this happy luxurious pus. 152 GainaeWa
I You Will Find It Worth Crow, Professor cf Modern Lan-
condition of being able to take a warm guages; Dr. J. R. Benton, Dean, College 1
i YourVhile If You Patronize A
Who said that
bath whenever you want to. a girl did not have
t Tailor Who Can Fit You Out I mechanical talent? The girls at Bre- of Engineering; II. R. -Trusler
Dean, College of Law W.
In Style. riau screw their own electrical light ; Floyd, _...... ... iI
There have been many guesses as to Dean, College of Agriculture. : ::; "" """
You will find here as select a bulbs into the sockets. This is wo
range who the unknown and gifted "Toh-I Active Members
I of fabrics and models as will in the man's day.Whyy Go to MARABLE'SSTUDIO
; you retaw" is. The articles have attracteda Duke
Williams, U. S.; F. C. de Ca-
I best Fashion Centers of Metropolitan good deal of well merited attention margo, Brazil; C. W. Wang, China; I i I
IifeANDATGREATLYLOWERPRI- don't wake Key West,
I and some of the old men have been up G. J. O'Reilly, U. S R.
CES ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES able and make that "High School Snapper"snap ; Lauphit, FOR THE BEST PICTURESNKWYORKRASKET
to the
puzzle out
mystery by rearranging China; B. N. Raa, U. S.
in addition to a fine array,of I the letters of the word. again? Perhaps it's too late to Hathaway, U. S. ; Wm. B. .10.-" ,.... ..... .......C;;;'::rfl"
I conservative' BUSINI MODEL3.: I Can you? start it up this year, but get busy as
/ soon as the school opens next fall and

;If 5.1s The Miami Club had a reunion Sat- rut out a rattling good paper. You I Dean Trusler: "And it was held C o .-
1 pri11ti1tl1. did it once; you can do it again.
urday night. The meeting ended ina I that where the trustee bought some

delicious spread. The interesting "Darling, I have had something good wine to improve old wine, held in
'f send it toPEPPER. features of the trembling on lips for the fev.
spread were the cut-, my past trust, it was a good trust". Agent forFLORSHEl11
ting of pies: with toe nail scissors and' days, and I feel that I ought to"-

spreading butter with a bayonet. I' She: "Oh, don't shave it off; I just "Monstrous" Edrehi, from rear of SHOES

love it.-Ex. the room, "I wish I was a trustee".
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