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Title: The Florida alligator
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Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 21, 1919
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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I Vol.-VII The, Florida Alligator ;''i i:




, L University of Florida, Gainesville, Friday, March 21, 1919 No. 8PEABODYWINS I j


FROM I SEMINOLE TO BE I NEW AM. UNIVERSITY I ALL -GAINESVILLE WILL- TURN OUT TO GREET -- j :



AG CLUB IN SECONDPRELIiINARY DEBATE : BEST EVER, SAY I FOR ARMY IN FRANCEIS :I NEW YORK GIANTS WHEN THEY ARRIVE 1 1:30: P, M r


i MEMBERS LARGEST IN WORLD
OF
STAFF

Judges Decide that World is Readyfor ;I TOMORROW TO START. THEIR SPRING TRAINING 1 (1t

a Lcague'cf Nations, as Held 'I.Art Department, to. Surpass that of Has Enrollment of Over FifteenThou ;=

by Negative Any College Annual. Dr. Mur- sand-Faculty Numbers Five Hun- Planned to Have Cadet Battalion and Band. at Station to Welcome ;l.a .
dred Headed Former Presidentof .
by
) J \ t preen: taI'ose-for New
Picture Norw.ch University, Vermont. Famous Guests of the University of Florida and the- :'

NEXT DEBATE MARCH 30TH I City of Gainesville !i ,


Work on the Seminole is (Times-Union), ;..
progressing -
The debat? between the Agriculturalflub The American army university the
McGRAW
PRACTICALLY TEAM
rapidly and, the staff now has a HAS LINED UP
and Peabody Club last Friday clear idea of the and largest university in the ,English- :
arrangement
night on the question "Resolved that I appearance speaking world has been opened in -- r .
of the book in its
finished
The .
New York
Giants
will arrive
the world is not ready for a League of form. Beaune, southeast of Paris it was McGraw's heart. The little lead-off n'-: I

Nations", resulted in a unanimous vic- I announced here tonight. tomorrow 1:30 o'clock. All Gaines-' man has been driving rivets for Uncle t ;
It is to be a much larger book than ville will be down to the station to
Sam and he is in 'f.
Fifteen
condition.
tory for the negative, which was thousand men have enrolledfor splendid
upheld ,the 19 J8 annual totaling over 300 meet them and it ,is planned to have 'I I
by Diamond,and DaSilva for Pea: a three months' course. The facul- There are only four vacancies on the :it
It will be bound in leather
blue
pages.
the cadet battalion from the Univer-
.body. ty of 500 members, chiefly drawn from Giant jxTster.Second ""... .
and stamped with a gold ,Seminole In- sity with the band to help welcome the
Nolen and Williams for the Ag.I dian blue the American, ,expeditionary force, is Baseman Larry Doyle i K t!Ji
.head carrying out the and famous big leaguers.
Club presented good arguments on' gold color scheme of the University. headed by Col. Ira I. Reeves formerly among these but McGraw, is firm in '; j "j
I After dining at their! hotel, the
: side ,the president of Norwich university in the belief that will be :
the affirmative of question, About Doyle a mem- 1 t-t'f;
) thirty pages will be devoted to White House the aggregation, sixty- .t
but failed to quash the assertions of Vermont.The ber of the party when the club leavesfor f ;
the side student
lighter of the life.
five in number will be taken on a
their opponents in the rebuttal. buildings now serving as study J Florida. : it
I This section will be with J
replete an both the
sight-seeing tour visiting :
Nolen opened the discussion. He exhaustless stream of riff-raff, covering halls and dormitories' were used dur- University baseball diamond and the, I I Poll Perrltt, who is clipping cou- i j

defined the terms of the according ing the war as ,an American hosp'tal.A : result of his oil
question activities In
as a
i in word and picture : pons '
J every p'ctur- gymnasium. The gym will, be in fine
to authorities: and showed farm of 600 acres .is used as the has '\
character the camp'u3. including I Louisiana nit ben: given up by E"
esque.: on main shape to receive them as all the 1
their interpretation of it. He also agricultural college while former the Giants. Nor have EartSmith
also, exciting and historical the lockers will have been completed! by.! ana ;;

showed 'that there 'was strong' opposition -I scenes from ,the Second Battle of I workshops of hospital supply tomorrow and the showers have long.I. Fred Toney. Smith is not regarded as 1I4i* 1

it here at ,home quarters are being utilized by classesin holdout and McGraw believes that ,4 I
to by an organ took place during I a
; Gainesville which been in comtJ'1ission.Ianager : i
i :..tion cf influential men. engineering. The university has slight increase in salary will bring ;;
the S. A. T. C. regime here. ) McGraw comes with his
I' opened a branch at Bellevue near Versailles h'm around in With I
Damcnd: opened the discussion; for New pictures are to be taken of all team compete.! The following clipping good time. Toney 'II''II'a

the negative. He sketched the development I the buildings the includ- for nearly a thousand'studentsof from it is somewhat different.,He ran afoul i '
i on campus, art ,and architecture.The e metropolitan paper givesan l'
cf cur::. social system from i ri I ing several exterior and interior views' idea of the ,team's "line-up": I lof the law in Tennessee and may not I

the ca\e man to the final step, namely American army university is be ,able to don a Giant uniform until I
'of the gymnasium, and will be shown With the acquisition of Christy
one of. the four features of the educa-
the is well advanced.
of
I a League Nations, He also I season i
; j in the Seminole. Mathweson as coach and the signingof
tional introduced for the
system
brought out the advancement' made; .intne i i., Individual pictures "of both faculty force. The other featuresare expeditionary Ferd'e. Schupp Manager John J. Mathewson in the role of coach for .

m tt"r'of 4 sittement of d spate; |I and students will be shown. Th photographer McGraw of the New York Nationals,I the p'tehing'staff: : will have an able l''
post schools in all organizat'onsfor : .
among individuals' and nations. j j states that nearly ,every elementary work division educational practically has his club lined up for lieutenant when the Giants start train- d r : 1

Wuiiams, f ct' the Formers showedthe person in the University has posed for headquarters! in all armies-, the invasion: of Gainesville. Th j ing at Gainesville. George Gibbons, 14; I

obstacles,; the way of a League j a picture, but it Is found that a small Giants are scheduled to leave for manager of the Toronto tearp of the I
and divisions, for vocational
corps
cf Nat'ons.; advpcated immediate I I number are delinquent in this matter Florida on March 20. New International League, will assist t1, I
training and general education of high
Settlement: of peace terms with Ger- : Matty in grooming the hurlers. Gibbons =? I
? ,{ ; and are thus decaying the jmbl'ca- school grade and the detail of officer McGraw is greatly pleased with his tI
and a reconstruction period in in his capacity as manager of ;4'! I
many | tion of the whole book. One announcement and soldiers as students at the French club's prospects! for the coming sea I t
which to heal the Wounds of the : the Canadian club, will be ab'e to use 1 1a
\
up l which the staff is pleased toj'make and British' universities for postgraduate son. He said he was delighted to get ;

tar He said that the '.\\orld' would ; is that President :Murphree has college work. "Big Six" back into the fold. I number of the men discarded by the r

then be better fixed to take up' a,i: consented to pose for a new picturewhich' Post schools have been, establishedin The coming of George Burns! star Giants. McGraw's club is the first to ;

league of n tiens. j" will be printed in lieu of the units of 500 or, more men. Thereare outfielder of the Giants, also warmed I complete its' roster.

DeSilva of the Teacher's College, ancient i one, wh'ch:, has been in use for f -
generally forts such schools in
closed the argument ,for the nngatTve. I J I the past several years. each division, which;; will,, make more MORE THAN 200 BOYS I OFFER SCHOLARSHIP FOR i I
lie fjr the of Nations '
pleaded League S. F% Wilson, who. has charge of the than 1,000 in the A. E. F. .

as a monument to our dead. He scsrerif'ilson's : I t! Art Department of the Seminole, has
These schools instruction in
give
'
MAY ATTEND MEET DESERVING STUDENT ,
\ ; opponents and he closed witha :i turned cut some special art features the regular common school subjects. !l (

plea to forget the past and work ;I which the staff: thinks; have never
is
Emphasis laid on geography studyof '
toward future in which the world NEXT MONTHFrom IN CHEMISTRY I ;
a
I.[ been surpasses In any college an which is being supervised by Prof.
would be united unJcr the League of
I i j jI
nual.When ,Reginald Aldworth Daly of Harvard
Nations.Dr. all is told it is the unani- "
I 'university.In ror. and Mrs. Willoughby Gin Sum 1
Fair chairrran for the evening,: : all indications the annual
concerned in its
opinion; of all
mous
each army division there is alsoa of $150 in Memory of Their Son. li
entertained the audience his; 1919 State High School Track Meet to be'held
ito
by pre- publication that the annual '
high school giving both regular and to Help Defray Expenses of Some it !
c"ntaticn of the judgss decision. I ever Th the middle of next month will be
be the best published. ;
vocational; courses. Around it is built Student During the 1919.1920 Ses f' :
Though steadily contending that he \I staff as finally .completed is as fol. up the educational organization of the: the greatest success since its inaugu- sion.A t

cpposed the uual method, of holding ': lows: division. ration five years ago. Professor .

off the decision h'> mnna H to hold |' Editor ;in Chief. Dewey Dye. I Approximately 250 American,educators G-immt chairman of the Athletic Committee scholarship of $150.00 for the rJ

it off for about five minutes! after'I j Asst. Editor in, Chief Harold Ford, who have been sent overseas in reports that new schools that most deserving advanced student 1 i

which he announced a u.ia.u.ncus da- Managing d'tor, L. Z. Morgan. have never been represented at the .
the last few months, and with about specializing in chemistry, is' offered tit
vision for the negative Asiistr.nl Managing.Edtor: J. M University before are coming strong
I 200 educational secretaries previously for the 1919-1920 session of the University f}
The judges were 3l3jsr5hagvas.; : Mr. i j Eryce this year. Among those are the Pen- Mrs.c i
sent by the Y. M. C. A., they make up of Florida by Prof ,and ;

Colson and Mayor Tison, of (}aines- I! Musiness ManerV., W. Gunn. the administrative staff. Most of the sacola and Miami high schools Willoughby in memory of..their son, i t;
i t ,Judging from the number of inquiries -
'ille. f I Assistant Eus'ness! Manager', F. P teachers however, are taken from the Paul Lanius Willoughby who died of ,

The next debate i 13 between tlfe Col- i jCocper. army. and applications for room reservations pneumonia here on December 2, 1918 :;t!

lege of Arts and Scierves and the Col- Literary Editor. A. E. Carpenter.Art received by Dr. Cox, who is while serving in the S. A. T. C. The

lege cf Law. The College of Law will Editor, S. F. Wilson. in charge of providing for the quartering amount will be paid in equal installments -

I L, be r-crrscnted by F. Meitor, H. Baily Local Editor O. H. Norton. TABLE LINEN STYLISH of the boys while they are 'in during the college year to the :

0. Norton. The College of Arts ana Athletic Editor H. C. Warner.hARVARD ONCE MORE IN Gainesville it seems that the attendance student selected by the professor of

Sciences v ill be represented by M. :MESS HALL will 'dou'hie that of"any meet of chemistry as being qualified for the

Stein II. I-riedlanler.'and Duke wii- ,previous years. The prospects are scholarship. .

I liams. ". _- ** *.." PRESIDENT A DI' that over two hundred from all parts a
Paul Willoughby at the time of his :
The feature cf both debates sc far SEN. LODGE DEBATE With the installation of the splendid of the,state will be assembled here for death, was, a Junior student in the r

has been the excellent support given I' WORLD LEAGUE, i. new cold storage plant follows in this year's ,meet. Never before has science course, and was well known
quick succession the adornment of the attendance hundred.
exceeded
one
both the student body. A
; teams by and loved, by his college mates. It
the dining room tables with linen "
large and nt 1uaitic; : crowd attended / President Lowell of Harvard University was not until the epidemic of Spanish
I cloths in place of the clean whiteoil
both debates. met Senator Lodge.Republican lead FORT MONROE FORENGINEERS influenza was nearing an end that he
I cloths adopted by mess hall dur-
in the U.S.Senatein a d bate on theI contracted the disease.; Pneumonia
i jer
ing the time of the army school work.
WRESTLING CLUB HOLDS I League of Nations question Wednesday quickly developed, however, and, within .
When the S. A. T. C. officers requested -
'! eVfiiing.March'J9at Boston. a week from the time of his first
SECOND TOURNAMENT oil cloth, it was 'granted. The Dean of the College of Engineering -
; Senator Lodge believes that illness, ,he died. When ,the news '
j When the 'army. school officers: 'requested has received a circular letter -
'while everybody wi"l.es to crake future reached the campus it could scarcelybe
oil cloth it was granted. Now from Colonel Eugene Reybold of:
The second wrestling tournament! :', wars impossible, the mehod proposed credited. When the truth was '
; that the University is training her the Coast Artillery School at Fort
was held Thursday March\ 13, 1919 | in the draft of the constitution ; known beyond doubt, all were stunned
students not intensively for'' but information
The results of the tournament were-as as adopted by the'Paris Com- war ;Monroe Virginia, giving at the swiftness of the Angel of Death.
i for the business of life, it was deemed about the continuance of this school
follows: mission, would entail too great a The whole University mourned the loss
best to return to the more dignified under conditions. ,Many of the,
Beach peace I
L'ght weight-Miler lost to ; national: sacrifice of traditional policies of' a bright industrious student, who
: covering of linen for the tables. Thus deal of
bring
great engineering
hard I .courses in a ,
minutes i
after the and one half by the United States.' President was ever loyal to his Alma Mater,
the change.It and the suggestion is made
,
fighting. Dyer won from Todd on Lowell is a firm believer the League. and always willing to help promote
is hoped that the students'wiU that it might be attractive to students
aggressiveness, the bout lasting fifteen The challenge, to debate this ques- the welfare of his college. The body
be.so appreciative of the change that who are unable to continue the regular
minutes. After seven and one I tion was issued'by President Lowell was laid to rest with military honors,
they will take more time at their course in engineering; in other col-
half minutes of spirited work Keller and was accepted 'by Senator Lodge practically the whole S. A. T. C. bat-
meals and improve their health by"Fletcherizing" account of financial otherdifficulties
leges
on or
managed to pin Meyer's shoulders to i Ion the evening of March 8. _. talion attending, the funeral.:
: of whom there so i
were
the mat. PALM BEACH CLUB IS Further details of the scholarship
from I ----.-- -- many at the close of the S. A. T. C. I
Welter weight-Ticknor won and application blanks for same may
ORGANIZED
ance at the University that Palm To attend the Coast Artillery
Meighn after fourteen minutes of fastI' be obtained from President Murphree
bout ofthe Beach County has ever furnished. The School it la; of course, necessary to
work. This .beingthe feature I or the Registrar.
evening. Weister forfeited to The Palm Beach County Club was Club intends to become a permanent enlist in the Army.

Gordon. organized Saturday March 8, with a organization, arid, will encourage more The catalog and other information '
"Sixteen to one" to be about
;. Middle welghtTDriggers from membership of twelve. Officers were men from its home county to attendin about the school can be seen at the seems
: won
the ratio of the gold to the silver
1 Johnson, 'the time being 9H minutes. elected as follows: President H. 11.1 future. office of Dean Benton and more com-

Wade forfeited to Coleman. Dyer lostto Zeder; vice president, L. C. The club is planning to have two, plete information can be obtained by bars on the campus.,

Sherman on Monday, March 17, secretary and treasurer J. D. Sundy; pages in the Seminole. Special events writing to Colonel 1 Eugene Reybold The University of Georgia' will open

: fter fifteen minutes, the decision being -I reporter C. D. Lyman. I for the near future are also being con-I Commandant of the Enlisted Specialists i her.baseball .season by a gain with

given to the aggressor!. !' t. This year sees the largest attend- sidered. School, Fort :Monroe Va. I Oglethorpe.. I ,. .

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: Florida All b- cr 2 Friday. March 21.1911


.,Every cloud has .silver I ,-SEMINOLE--
THE FLORIDkALLICATOR a lining. A BEAUTIFUL POEM
II' Look on the 'bright side rather than TO CAPT. A. E. HAMMBY I Jacksonville,: Florida
M the blue. HIS YOUNG WIDOW
f I ton MldernFir : -*oo rooms with
Printed and published by Students Some fellows sit around and complain proof- 150 bath.

of the University of, Florida every about the drudgery of the dril1 The following is a clipping from a for :

Thursday=in 'their.. own" print shop on Most of them do so for lack of some- foreign paper that was sent to Mrs.A. Headquarters students of
I the campus., .. 4' I thing better to talk about. This must P. Buie by her husband, who i j1'

![j ; ," 'be stopped.' It saps the vitality of in service "over there". A monumer. the University of Florida and
r ** 'Staff the school. The' chain is 'no stronger to the memory of Captain Arthur .

n I I DUKE WILLIAMS_Editor: ,in Chief than its weakest link. We are hereto Ellis Hamm has been established, a: .theirfriends.Rates .

EENJAMIN ARCHER.. Mng. Editor learn something. In a militaryway < !he University of Florida by a scholarship .
I LOUIS TATQM.._Asst. Mn?! Editor the college man, of all men, fund of $5,000, which he ,stipulated -- $i.5a per day European plan' and upwards.
i I I REGINALD DeSILVXL-Loeaf: Editor should be prepared. He should be before his departure overseas:; -jBr.OU H.R.HARPER 11 12r.

h VAN E. HUFF....._- .Society Editor ready to stand out and take the lead should: be apportioned out of his: insurance -

.' a JEWEY IYE"-; }ntyibutinj! Editor in emergencies: in times when his money, in case of his death, SMOKECrawford's '

1IERBT1:. FRIEDLANIfER;Ex.'EditorBusiness.Departii country needs him. for annually assisting some needy and ",
: "" '. The drill Is only for four hours a deserving student to obtain an educa- Blunt
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_. -. : .' .. ...
nt week. Instead of dreading this assome tion.

: RALPH STQUTAMIltE._Bus. Mgr: do, we should look forward_ to it. IN :MEMORIAM THE ORIGINAL
Instead of watching the time, we Captain,Arthur Hamm
WALTER GUNNaCirculation Mgr. '
i Jt1f RANDALL HdNTER..PrinterDevilI should rather enjoy the hour, and. be 25th Infantry 5 c Cigar Union Made

Of.: < ..' .. *.'; surprised when it is up. Who died in .France on September Made by A.G.Barber. Cigar Factory, GainesvilleFlorida

t I It If Entered second-class. : matter I The drill is intended to carve mer 14, 'leading a night attack on the
I ; September 23/lil3lVat' the post ffice out of the raw material. It disciplinesthe southern flank of the salient. -

i.I at Gainesville Fla... und 'i' the Act of ] :! youth, and teaches respect" to su In the Outlook of October '23' there __ MONEY .TO LOAN AT A
March 3d, 1879." periors. An illustration of this wa *ras published a sonnet entitled'"'The
i!
I "
I' Place.all i communications and news noted' at' the, beginnjcg, of this college I Captain", by Rev. J. Brain rd Thrall, RELIABLE PAWN: SHOP 5

: items in boxes designated .for that year. Some student, from somewhere. of Asheville, N. C. Mr. Thrall tellsus
I' rurposemin Peabody -and .Language we do not know where nor care, cas, that hs poem has brought a large 102 West Main Street N. !

: I, i Halls' .. ually entered the Colonel's office without and sympathetic correspondence. A ,Full .Line of. Musical InstrumentsMILLER'S

i Kate-pThe'-Florida Alljgator, $1.00. knocking and without remov'nhis Amcng these letters was one from the I I
II ,- hat. Seeing the Colonel he sad wife of an American soldier, Captain i
: !
i SOME:'OBSERVATIONS_ "Hello", etc. Now: we know how un- Arthur Hamm. She felt, as Mr I< ,
.. military this appears. It was due entirely Thrall intended all the readers of his ,

I .S mething. seems to be the matter I to the fellow's ignorance, of military poem to feel, that his tribute was paid
;j with the spirit of the school 'as- a affairs. to every American captain of the Allies i
1 3! unit. What"Is "If?"' -Why-ao" 't- we To correct these breaches: to inform who has died for liberty. In her '

1 have some class smokers or, socials. the student, to mould the man ir 'etter Mrs Hamm said: "And so I

t .tr a, bonfire andf' some cheering? the aim of the military department. 'hank ycu for writing beautiful a !

Things, seem to. be dead. Nothing It is all done for your good You -'cnnet about him, though I am not .a :

exciting has happened the campus are the one reaping the benefit. poet at all, I am going to send youa

in a long time, Furthermore there are vast oppor- bit of verse, written 'out of the .
'
tunities for physical development in depths', to exchange just this word J

The attitude i c* .Mny of the ,stud the drill. Most of us are aware of th": with .ou--a stranger (but, are we Agent For i iJ.t'Jlall
;' :sis repugnant' to: the gentlemen de l ne''in physical vigor since the 11th who have given so .much really '
{ ; J "a ld11tltJJla1CCaldieJ
i\ I c n"the" 'camp us" with respect to the of November, or whenever our train- strangers any more?)about our ;
tnecf'ther'appause: en several oct ing days' ended. A lazy rolling out Captains, ;" We take the liberty of '
I caticns when Prof. Buchholz has of bed "at eight, nine, or ten o'clockin publishing these lines by this cap- Ja1)ih9a7L rI// ZJ' / <4d -
=- Jlell ,/(()) (U : .
.. I, [p ken in ,the Commons. Prof. Buch- the morning to the tune of Mrs. tain's wife, Elizabeth Hamm, because

, hojz is one .of the best friends. we Peeler's knock, is vastly different froma ,they express so clearly the gloriousand Of Jacksonville. '
i lw\e, and his personality and 'posi lively jump and nice to the tune beautiful sacrifice which American '

tion are duo more respect. This is of the bugle call at five-thirty a. m. women have made in this war.-The

i..ore.;,serious than it may.seem. Sup- with twenty or thirty minutes double Editors. -
; f using yeu has one of your relativescr time on top of that. Ah, fellows, thi-
# townspeople on the campus .and is'a soft life,, in comparison with that How I remember that still night at
i I isuh'ah occasion should arise Would To grumble about a 'little drill like Upton: I
,
It 'I 4 t; 1 L not give a b.ack. 'eye to our institatrcn that we have is like the cur in the Silent the streets and yet at dawnA -
f ? ? story "Don't bite the hand that's regiment would sail for France.

l NR I feeding you". See theie! Dim lines of ghosts they DR. GORDON B. TjsoxDENTIST.
-- Do need Collar Pin
Sdme of the lI\ore'delicate rats :- you a a
com- go,
cf ii
One thanksbefcre
customs
our giving
I plain of the weather. "Oh, it is so With: packs and bedding-rolls, fan- : ... pair of Guff Links, a-Collar
meals.
,-, In-.our. commons; recently -
hot about noonl!, Surely' the sun wil' tastic shapes '. Button !
this has tended to become a ; Phon- 213, ,Gainesville or auythiug in the
make me f3.inU"! Others are afraid Against the moonlit sky. :
i mere mockery rather than a prayer. they will lose ''some 'of their extra We stood apart from that slowmoving Law Kxohange Florida Jewelry Line? If so just-give ;
It should be accompanied" atten-,
I tiri; instead, some' begin helping rosy complexion gained by drinkingmess throng, us a ,call e have just what )

themselves and filling their plates before -! hall milk. My own beloved Captain and myself,* are looking; for and at :
: Fellows, there is this much, about it Until at last w'ith broken voice he :: you
seated. This is J C AdkinsAttorney
being not only :
' I We've got to do it, and might 'as wer said: : the right prices.
,
rgaimt the rule, but in itself a very
do it cheerfully, optimistically., Nc "Dear, I must go.--My men are wait-
I impolite breach_ ,of'etiquette., and Counsellor at L'aw
matter how good the officers L. O. SMITHNorth
I : are, unless mg, I MUST go". : i
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there is' that spirit of cooperationon ;Ah, then I could no longer hold in Gainesville, Florida '
I At a b'g debate held.here last year the part of the students, that in- check >. Side ,of Square.1'EXPERT
*
., there were less than fifty students out ner willingness :and pep, that subtle The sob that ached and burned within ;
' !A, to hear it. Can you conceive what determination. to make it good on the j my throat. j
.
Conner Auto
I ths! vis'ting ? team thought of our part of the buck private, our bat- He clasped me close with arms that .'v : Company. AUTO'
F school for that kind of support? Do talion will not achieve its greatest shook a little, 'whispering, '; Genevt Conner.Prop. ,
Washing and Po'ishing'Gasol'ner .
I ycu think that our University'war- success. 'Darling; a man can do no less! .' r' '
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t. rants such- an opinion?' If an outside There is one'more advantage of the Tell me the truth now, :would 'you Phooe'194 I .' GunemBe Fla V REPAIRINGGUARANTEED.'
I psrscn told you that, the University drilf'worth'mentioning.. It shows a have it otherwise?".

: i I cf Florida: lacked "pep",you yould're-: man up. If you think you have executive I[ lifted up my head, and smiled as! I ._ :
::1 rent it.. ;You _would take it as ,a, personal ability,. and the various qualitieS said, "NO!" .:THE-SANITARY CLEANING

i affair.'. Now why not cure this ( essential toleadership, but arE'no't And so he left me, chin held high, AND
I Albert
weakness and determine to put new. .quite sure, just get out in front step firm, < : 'V V Smith
PRESSING COMPANYGet
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life into: our activities Yr of a company once or twice and you His slender .boyish figure proud and

r .' There is no dcubt that we are already I will find out pretty quickly. It is sweet. V.. f -. -- ... your clothes cleaned and. pressed' 303 E.Main St.S.. .'
making progress in that: line, like the last few' moments of a man'? Before he turned the corner by his, "i in the sanitary way.
Fire btatioa
especially; 5n regard to athletics. How, I life. He thinks of everything ever i( barracks I ] .far c)1 DR1' Ci AN1 'i- Opposite :

y c. while we are reforming let's make a : did. It all' looms up before him as if Once he Zopked back' ,?and waved a AND .4' ',' -

+ good job of it.Le"t,us ,throw all our I it would overwhelm him with onf brave farewell. STEAM PRESSING

I '- efforts in the direction of more pep in !mighty sweep. Either this, or, something ] "Now", writes his colonel, "his:bright Saves Time
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cur debating activities. Help leaves him and --- -
your ,. the mind i' beauty lies -
} college)win the.c p. In this our'student I blank. Under heaped flowers .gathered'by'' his -'-- Saves Money .' :
j N body' will be divided into 'five So, for these reasons, we should men. Hat Cleaning and Blocking SpecialtyAlso RELIABLESEED 1

a parts. In the effort to win the triangular drill, and drill right. The greatest Notwhite flowers only;but blue-and Steam Dyeing

= debate we'will be as one man. fault of' drill in colleges in the pastis gold and red, : "0 : .- Phone-675 Ulre us a call

i We associate college yells, spirit and the slack manner in which so many Brave colors that he loved-the( flag t
songs with football, basketball and of them are performed. The beautyof he died for f"

.ether forms of physical athletics. Let the military organization is the Wrapped the last about his still \Un5 1.ri lbin.9U
us look at del>ates as mental I athletics.. ease, accuracy; and snap with which young form. ,

J I'Let us get out and yell:and,sing :our the machine moves. Let us drill right, Smiling and gallant he both-lived.and rn'u at atnc
teams to victory as we do on the ,or try to do away with it altogether died." "' '. SEMINOLE SEED COMPANt

gridiron. Good .support by the rooters One word further. The Universityof Again I hear, but clear and far. and. & iuran11trEolribaVOYLE l

; is as essential to debators: as it Florida R. O. T. C. unit was com- sweet, GAINESVILLE FlORIM0.

is .to an athletic" :team. ;. .. mended by the Government inspectorlast "Dear would you,have it otherwise?"
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if -C-'J: spring as being the best in the And from my heart, a soldier's' wife, BROS. -- ;; "

:' : '.' ..:,? t DRILLr"' South. 'Our hearts were very jubilant I answer "No,- -. :
t'I I when we learned that the bat- NO, Love!" But ah, dear God-a man
,. FLASH LIGHTS
talion had given the inspector the best can do no more! .
It's all in the way you look at it. exhibit of the"-season. This was due ELECTRIC SUPPLIES

The mocking bird awakes on a rainy both to the untiring efforts of the Mess Rall'manners" are improving & WEAVER'SSTEAM
1 morning and sin'gs. ,'He thinks the under the leadership of Jfrr. Hargrave, '
officers in charge, and also to the good STORAGE BATTERIES
weather is grand. The cricket chirpson .old. Florida spirits ow by the cadet and soon the 'hogs may become pigs LAUNDRYWe
the arK well ,' the and the pigs stays become men.
as as moonlight privatesrats ete.
,. especially in time
-- GERALD
{ night. One fellow will take a walk, J.O'RIELlYARCHITECT ( do first class
of
war, in the .emergency of the nation Chapel was held in the new Gym
and return''with'l'enthusiastic state- when their country needed them. last. Tuesday in'place ''of the Mess Dry
ments about the glory of the woods, Let us live up to this precedent ,and Hall annex which has been used for Cleaningat

and the grandeur'of nature. Another be so well drilled this spring that the these exercises since January. The Miami Gainesville

will have no comment to make at all inspector will .not be .able ,todo any- fellows were glad to get away from reasonable pricesI

Still another will see the sullen side. thing else but,congratulate the,unit. the objectionable "barn". : _j Flprida. .




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J m IjBjfiug: ] ((01)19) Dean Rat an Lawyer Trusler absolute::"I"I zero don't don't!" think either I, but deserve -j I II I I I II I YOUNG MEN EXPECT t


i COnT?ANY it is the lowest mark I am allowed I I
to give". Ii

I "Tin {Sportsman1: $3I18"$ Asked why she did not take ad- I i MORE FROM PORTER'S nr

I 129 West Bay Sine! vantage of the myriads of pools resulting -I

Cell! Phase 743JACKSONVILLE from the continuous showers,
to raise ducks, Mrs. Peeler replied: ,
; FLA "I have been raising them all morn-

ing". Remember, tho, rats, the late
i A BASEBALL SUIT sleeping in the morning is distinctly : ;
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the privilege of "old men"-they ;
are -and :,G one ('.f car young friends put it "be- '
When Willie Bluesox met Miss Fan +
She made a good, safe hit; DeSilva, in a debate: "The arguments lieve me, son, they get it".
He caught her little hand within of my opponents are like a Mot >ut.rtg man's styles, more real quality, .

His large, ungainly mitt. modern Diaphanus gown. They touch Kioic variety to nick from, and more real satis- .. ;

The base man took a little kiss, everything but cover nothing". faction after the suit is bought than ;you'll find ;{ '

Emboldened, he stole second, Dean at arty other store in the State. If; x
"Mr.
: Franklin
Accepting chances even thoughShe'd give me an
I All le a use the Young man and his clothes area
example of fraud
be put out, he reckoned.At arising from both
first she uttered one short "Stop!", acts and words". -s-pe.-t is study cf curs, and we're learning something -
Then scored her bold selector Franklin: "A cattle dealer feeds his new every day that makes us more expert k

Who could not mask his passion deep, cattle salt the day before taking themto on the subject. ',
His longing to the market and just before selling =
protector. the WE INVITE EVERY YOUNG MAN WITHIN "p .
cattle gives them all the z.IEA'H
hit-two water
"One errors"
thought the
lad, they can drink". TO COME AND SEE THE BRILLIANT t

"No other girl can match her Hendry: "Dean, is that what you GALAXY OF SPRING "STYLE \
You bet I've singled long enough, call watered stock?" STARS ** NOW MAKING THEIR FIRST { Y ; a", '4' I

; Ill win this game and catcher". APFL'AtfANCE AT PORTER'S. .,v f ff
i He struck out later for her home, Bill Bivens' new name for Mess ,
To pop without delay; Hall waiters is, United Brotherhoodof .v" ,
Hash
She sacrificed, a diamond flashed, Slingers. + Y
Then, oh! sweet double play. '
Why Joe left home: "Dear Joe,
Papa, on deck, came up to bat,
come home. Forgive and forget. I
J Decision on his face;
1 Ha< gave one pass and one assist, have destroyed the book of war rec '
I And Willie took his base. pes.-Violet"-Ex.

Gul! Foul!", the poor boy shouted,
I "Unfair!", the maiden's cry. Sunday School Teacher-Who can ,
P-p.1 yelled "Out!" He lingered not, tell me what became of the swine
! that had the evil spirits cast into
Fut came home on the fly. 4ted. "
them?
A Fanette (on the Campus). '!l
Little Johnnie: "Please ma'am, -4 f: iI I 1
they was all made into deviled ham". }:; !
A new co-ed has arrived at the Con- -Ex.
1 necticut Agricultural: College and is BAY & LAURA STREETS JACKSONVILLE ,FLA. \.I t 1 :

receiving considerable attention, both An Englishman, fond of boasting of _:o'ftI-WOY=", ".....,....- ,....,..., ..oq-; .. !rL.= ;:'O'_. _'. 'P__ ft.... "'._ (
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\\O3ILN t'\D ELECTRICITY 1
his ancestry, was visiting a Boston : .
students have all declared that she .
man, when he took a coin from his } !
1!, Jacks "pep" and her forehead is too pocket and, pointing to the head en- When a voaian is sulky and will Popular Goods at Popular Prices Tat
low to denote superfluous
any gray
graved upon it, said: not spcalExciter.
iratter. She has fine teeth, however. I I
fxcitcd-Controller.
"My great-great-grandfather was If she g"t.s too s 14
i The co-ed is skeleton of African
a an made a lord by the king whose portrait If she t..ka too leng-Interrupter. .'i '
woman who is supposed to have existed appears on this shilling!" If her n ay of thinking is not your 13'"iT :EiiS1JJ.\.I.I: : 'e;; ; i (
several centuries .
ago.Ex.At "What a coincidence!" said the Yankee -Converter. b'
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who at once produced another If she i is willing: : to come half way -- -
a called meeting of the Athletic coin. "My greatgreatgrandfatherwas -Uct"r. '_ 1!

Eoard Tuesday, George Hartman was made an angel by the Indian If she will come all the way-Re- DO BUSINESS WITH '!J
elected business manager for the base- whose picture you see on this cent". t ceiver.If :
'-1 I iP1'11. -Ex.WHEN she wants to go no further-Con- 1 The Florida National Bank r 1

ductor.If -f. 1 1I I
she would go still further-Dis- I I "Tile AVw Million Dollar lJallk" Resources Oi'tr $ooo.ooo -
patcher. { '

If she wants to ba an angel-Trans- :
former.If .
\
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ycu think that she is unfaithful STERLING
you buy a pipe bearing the -Detector. .

C trade-mark, you have the If she is unfaithfulLeverIf

satisfaction of knowing that your money she proves your fears are wrong It

could not have bought a better pipe. The Compensator. .
If she in the air Con
F goes up
. 'W D C is strictly American made. You can denser.If PAINT .

t choose among a multitude of styles,sizes and she wants 'hocolateFeeder.

1 grades at the best shops-$6 down to 75 cents. If she sings wrong-Tuner.

; If she is in the country-Tele- I
j r-co..New York graf her. "
Pipe Manufacturer
Yl..WM.D Largest If she is a poor cool:-Discharger.:
i If her dress unhooks-Connector.
If sl.e cuts too muchReducer.If .
the is wrong-Rectifier. .
If she is cold to youHeaterIf
she gossips too much-Regula-

'' Look at the line of thl one. They' tor.If
flow.a delight to the eye,from the rich she fumes and sputtersInsulator. -
brown of the genuine French Briar bowl % tlA\ ;
through the rterUnj been of the ring to y :
tho Jet black bistro of the vulcanite bit. If she becomes upset-Revcrser."The _
r-r- Electricity Experimenter.: "

Bang! went the rifles at the maneu- i
& PAINT CO.
DOZIER GAY
vers.prised The little pretty scream girl:and screamed stepped a backwards sur--

into the arms of a young man.
E.C. JORDAN & COMPANYFURNITURE "Oh!" she said, blushing, "I was ] Manufacturers ] '
frightened by the rifles. J beg your
pardon." Atlanta Jacksonville 1
"Not at all", said the young man.

\W.O.RUSSELL MANAGER "Let's!ery."-go Ex.over and watch the artil- Ga. Fla.

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TAILORING COMPANY
CITY
223 \V-Main Street Phone 336. Up to date Auto Accessories and

IIa\e your coat uit or suit altered or relined by Expert Tailors. SuppliesAt

\Ve also do cleaning: and pressing. We make a specialty of gloves NORAH
Reasonable Prices. THAT'S US j
hats evening gowns and robes of all kinds.
F.KCald\\dl Manager GAINESVILLE AUTO SUPPLY CO.W. ,

--- H. Martin. Mr. Gainesville Fla ;


f1edRIs and Class Pins B. lILiENBlUM I BLANCHE CAFE

furnished.
designs
Special
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A.C.L. Depot
Opposite
R.J-RILHS COMPANY=

Established; Jewelers 1885. BICYCLES Meals like at homer

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I ing in love. Then, "On with the dirty, Landscape, and didn't Cut mUch
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INSIDE 1 INFORMATION FOR j I work; it's a fine night for a murder"; i I As the Newspapers after two cohaa*,

I NEW SOUTHERN HOTELG.A.DULEYProp. I and the next day you may send out the I I about Beatrice and her Wedding !iT

THE UNINITIATEDLesson engraved R. S. V. P.'s, call up the genie, added "and the BridegrJ

department store and tell them to was among those present".
I send up one assorted trousseau, size Reggie is now Head Clerk in a lead.
RJtTES: RERSONRBLei : ing
36. Haberdashery and his
No. 4. How to Secure a Opiaj; ;,
i NICE MODERN ROOMS EXCELLENT TABLE SERVICEGAINESVILLE II usbandEditor's I The following little tale (in English, on Neckties is Much Respected by the

I as she is spoke) may give you a few Undergrads, but his Credit at the
I FLORIDA PHONE 1C8 Stores where Beatrice
; Note.-In a recent i issue of helpful hints: I trades a
: Chronically Defunct.
The Flambeau, the Florida State Col- .
lege girls thanked The Alligator for I The Bird of Paradise, the Barnyard Enoch is a Prosperous Planter aaj!

The White HouseI the valuable advice contained in the Rooster, and the Matrimonial Maid Stockman. Every few weeks !he
t t t article en "How to Preserve a Hus- I Once upon a Time, way back before swaps some Bacon on the Hoof for

b?nd. "However," says the young the Farmer became a Scientific Ag- a Wad of Jack or a new six cylinder

I o. Main and Church Sts., Gainesville, Florida l ladies, "a husband is an essential wrack riculturist and quit wearing Hay-I Backhard Lemonseed. But B. 1m
I I there resided at Certain Signed the Articles for a Life
; therefore, some advice as to seed Earrings, a Voyage
: : 4 One of Florida's Best hotels. Given a score of 100 per cent. by means of securing one would be more j Female Knowledge Factory, r. aboard the Good Ship "Wedding Bells

The Al- Beauteous Damsel. She have and she can't go autoing with
l : State Hotel Commission. timely and more useful" So I may premarital
ligator has induced the renowned been short on Information regarding friends.
MEMBER AMERICAN: AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION "Tohretaw" to furnish a little "in- the Middle Voice (which is Greek to Moral: Chickens should not infer

side? information" on this subject.We / mcst of us, anyway), and she never that the Color of a Rooster's Feathers
tI_ 50 Rooms American Plan 35 Baths
or the Tone of his Crow
i could distinguish at a Glance between are any indi

I. : : RATES $3.00 to $5.00 per day note with interest that Tallahassee I H2SO4 and the Cosine of the Tangent cation of the Quantity of Worms he

: is at last beginning to find (regarded them each as equally can Scratch.
Ream Heat. El otrie Fan and Hot Water in Eyery Room
fault with her curriculum, and, fol- .I poisonous to the system), but she Sure

I ; S. OGDEN CHADWICK, Manager lowing the example of many other was there when it came to the Baby EATS AND COUNTRY TAKE

, ::1 t .a noted seats of learning, desires to in- !' Blue Stare and the Peroxide Locks, PARTY TO WARREN'S
< s til into her courses of study the practical -'I and they say the year when Form Fit CAVE

knowledge which will be really [i Frocks were All the Rage a person

available in after-life. But little of I,i: could not tell at a Distance whetherit

i Brown Bros Co. valuable or authentic information may j was Annette Kellerman or our Be- On Saturday afternoon, March 8th,
. f \ be gained by scanning the literatureat atrice coming along the Line. Takingit eight hardy adventurers braved the

hand-in fact, there seems to be ? I j By and Large she was some Hunkof unpromising weather conditions and

Il J"I Gainesville Florida woeful paucity of material writtenalong Optical Joy. Bill: Harrison's prophecy and set out

the line of thought suggested I Now, this Juliet was blessed, or for Warren's Cave. They were "
by the query "How to Secure a Husband -I cursed Country DeVane, Fats Wuthrich, !
t. Buyers of hickory in I depending on the point of .
t. stumpage ?" We recommend, however, a View, with two Romeos. Clemons, Beach, Ebinger, Art.

"I careful perusal of Isaac Walton's I Romeo No. 1 was a Marvelous Schneiaer, Wallace McKee and Eat
t I Florida. If y"u have any hickory famous treatise, "Ye Angler", which I Creature. He may have lacked in Gator. A short distance out a convenient J

outlines various successful methods of;'I Strength, but he more than made it wagon with mule attached was

I 4 trees write us. fishing. This is a subject to which' up in Grace. He was of a Stringy encountered in which the abundant ,

j much careful attention should be ;' Build and wore a miscellaneous Set of eats Here transferred to the desti

.'I t n given-at least as a preliminaryourse Features, the most striking being the I nation. Two accommodating rabbits

for, as the old son puts it: Surviving Twin of a Pair of Spectacles happened along the path of the adventurers -

1i Ii GIWZARING&COI which he was wont to designate -I and were promptly added s!
i "Fishing, fishing is one of the gentlerarts as "that bally monocle, deuced to tne larder.

1 Nuisance, doncherno, but cne must bin a I The cave was reached about six p.Im. i

Whether you're fishing for fishes Good form, Bah Jove", and a third. ., the thirteen miles being covered
WHOLESALE GROCERS Or whether you're fishing for hearts, or Supernumerary, eyebrow which I in a little over three hours. Upon

a JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA I It depends on the kind of bait." marred the otherwise Perfect Cupid'sBow 1 arrival preparations were made for

F I of his Superior Labial Tissue. supper, which consisted of rabbit,
i Now that brings us to the meat of Old Terpsichore herself had noth bacon, beans, pickles, bread and cof

i the whole question, bait. By the word ing on Reggie when it came to Balling fee. After supper the cave was entered
; [j VIILSO N & TOOMER "secure", Honorable Flambeau, we the Jack or Tickleing the Toe. and Fats and Schneider pointed ;
take it that
your meaning is to "get He majored in Old English Literature out the wonders of the cavern to an
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t I I possession of, to acquire certainly", and loved Chaucer, and other poorSpellers awe inspired audience. Many exciting
fI (I rather than in the other sense of "to of that Period. He wrote adventures took place that wet -
: I j I make fast, to close or to confine ef- Ballads and chilly
to Beatriee's Back Hair or to night far below the level
FdRTILIZER co.1 fectually." We strongly doubt your her Gold i of the
Tooth. He was very Popular i ground, but which may not be
ability to do the latter
anyway. with B. on account of being Such a enumerated here.
When a fisher or trapper sets out to
I Perfect Gentleman. At six a. m. the party was rudely
ensnare the wary denizen of the wild
,
Romeo No. 2 awakened by the fat sailor's cry to
was
a Rough Neck.
he
is
most particular as to the kind
MANUFACTURERS OF
Before he decided to Stop Shore "Hit the deck", which was complied
of bait he uses. Opinions differ, but on ,
i Complete his Education and Cultivate with; and breakfast was soon under
certain fundamental rules be laid
{ I may .. the Old Homestead, he had Roved way. Schneider mixed the batter
t : ( l! down mestic for corral enticing these man rules into the do- Major Part of this Terrestial Ball a, I while Fats fried the most delicious
; being the
] I1 WZLflL: ] H same among women of all races, differing fought in two or three Armies, and fee pancakes. Clemons cooked the cof
; J only in certain minor details. :helped down Demon Rum in many I I while others cooked Vienna, "

It depends on the personal touchas ports of call from Singapore to Cal- beans, bacon, etc. After breakfast
lao. His Looks, unless he target practice was indulged in, and
the Forgot to
lady said, slipping
softly out of
i JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Shave, also a mock conducted
the room with the monetary contentof were passable in a Dim Light, lynching party ;
but his Manners with the assistance of unwilling sub j
were Non
1k her husband's trousers in her hand. I Est. His
These rules may all be summed conversation was interlarded with jects in the shape of two dusky boys.

k i FIRSTNATIONAL BANK. in three words: "Vamp the cuss!" 0 up for such expressions as, "GoTblime, Mate", The adventurers departed from the
j "Holy Jumpin': Blue African cave about nine thirty, and in spite of
GAl N ESVI LLE FLA. course, this does not apply only to JC'hosaphat" -
and while he could wielda a number of vigorous showers ar
very speciments
young or to sailors,
INCORPORATED 1888 I Marlin Spike to rived at the of
I for the adolescent youth will fall for good effect among University in plenty
CAPITAL $100,000.00SU almost anything in the line of femi .a crowd of Fo'c'sle Mutineers, in Po time for Sunday dinner.Excitement.

t RPLUS $100,000.00 ninity, and the sailor is a proverb i lite Error Company he was old man Social

ially easy mark for the shore siren incarnate. If you invited him -
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but also for all others is this method to Dine he would probably ask "What Hark! What is that noise? A blood
are for "
ye got desert?
necessary.The curdling sound is heard! Some poor
The
local
OREENLEAF & CROSBY CO. vampire, ornothologically speak to give him Shoe Shine Parlor used rat is paying the penalty. Is there no
ing, is a huge Amazonian a Commission to attend hero
bat who at hand to the tragedy
prevent
Dances
..4. JEWELERSANDPlATINUMSMITHS lights on its intended victim, and Business for for they knew it meant Good that seems inevitable! Screams!
them
while soothing him into afterwards in the Cries
a profound of mercy! It will be too
Ladies' soon
:, Noted for Reliability rf Fifty Years. slumber by the gentle fanning of its ally Dept. If Beatrice occasion late, but-hark! Who goes there?
this
wings, sucks the blood from the vic gave Enoch the Glad Eye Hope at last Prof-

i .% ., 41 West Bay Street tim's veins. (We .have a hunch that, she Caresses regretted always it soon after, for his BUCHLOZ breaks! Our in beloved on the scene.
after left in their
this, the term "vampire" will wake a He saves the the
Devastated rat, but who was
Jacksonville FloridaClass not be so much sought after by thoseof Hair Wreck of Ruffles are d victim? Rapid contact between *
Pins.
B. him
the feminine sex who read this.) Undesirable put down as an board and a table, mingled with cries
Well, Gwendolyn, that's the idea Acquaintance and gave of laughter be
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him the was all that could
Class Pins,Rings,Medals and Trophies. dazzle him, tickle him, soothe him, was headed Black Ball Ballot. Soon she traced*
and he will fall into that pitiable! Expense. for Niagara at Reggie's
semi-comatose condition known Reggie was along too, but
as be- he sort of Merged into the The world has a million roosts for
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PARR LIT. DEBATES Epworth League Social B. M. Tench }
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1919 Spring & Summer VElGiliir QUESTION The Epworth League of the Metho- .: I 1
Samples on display dist church -will give a social next GAINESVILLE
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Friday night at the home of Miss .

Alteration At the meeting of the Farr Literary Jones. All University students are invited FLORIDA, ,j;: ;'
Repairing and ,
Pressing Society Monday night the weighty
and a good time is guaranteedto E E 1q
question of whether the! ,broom is more every one. -

___ I useful than the umbrella, was debated I t:

with a seriousness and' spirit that There will be a meeting of the SHOESBURNETT v
spoke well for the rats who took partin Theta Ribbon Society Saturday eve-

it. The program had provided foi ning, March 22, at six o'clock, in the
a lecture on parliamentary law by n band room of Language Hall:
member of the Law College faculty. r

Gainesville Furniture but the speaker was unable to attend Miss Hunter has moved three '
(Jo.D
the meeting; so the impromptu debate blocks closer to' the University. She The CLOTHIER ;"t

was staged. It resulted in a victor now resides on West University Ave-

,for. the affirmative, represented by J.
nue. This announcement will be of A'Otl'SIDE or Sic j : ,
R Cox Proprietor Thos. Sales and Clock, over the nega- :nterest to many who have been accustomed -
tive, defended by Moser and Driver. to "going Miss Hunter's I'I1.
The subject submitted by John way". -

Marshall for the coming debate be- J. tf. Ijcdolani] \ do.

tween that society and Farr Lit. was HEROIC SERVICES ARE +

I anncunced. It was: "Resolved, that RECOGNIZED BY THE DRUGGISTS ,
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home rule for Ireland, as provided by AMERICAN RED CROSSThe l
the Home Rule Bill of 1914. is desirable" Agent roL1GG" -:
T'S AND NORUIS CANI- )IKS ;
PALM PARLOR After some discussion a motion Southern Division of the Amer-

was made and passed- that the ican Red Cross, headquarters at At- SEE

Farr Lit. debaters, Stein, Friedlanderand !anta, has issued certificates of acknowledgment A J. -V1.c1.a1FOR t
Williams, be invested with powerto for services renderedby .
Jhe g-e fdlxe choose the side they liked best, private citizens during the 1918
seam Drills., Stationers, Toilet Articles, ,
without further action the
by society. epidemic of Spanish influenza. Many
Cnndie", S 'uvenir CardsUMttniau'ti
Gainesville ladies, who faithfully and Pens t'' '

BENTON ENGINEERING SOCIETY self-sacrificingly served'when the dis- .,
ease prevailed at the University of 4tH
Candy Soda and ( ,
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Cigars. cm
Florida, were awarded these certifi-
Those who attended the last meet Doran's Bicycle Shop
cates. The inscription on them reads' y
i ing of the Benton Engineering So- something like this: 218 East Main Street

iety were favored by an excellent "To who rendered for BICYCLES MOTORYCLE, I i
Diamond Ice Co. address delivered by Mr. Wuthrich heroic
service during the epidemic of ACCESSORIES and REPAIRS
on "Phosphate Liming in Florida". He influenza. in 1918". j
)pened his talk by giving a brief
Manufacturers of The complete list of names of those
< Finest Crystal Ice history of the progress of phosphate. receiving the certificates is. too longto The New
mining in Florida from its earliest
print. The local paper has in the IL.f
Cold Storage in Connection stages on up to the present. He then } l
past given quite a little space to them
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA showed a large collection of stereopticon already. Among them were the following EDISONThe

views which gave the hearers a who are connected directlyor
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J.S. BODIFORD &CO. of phosphate mining.The campus: I -
The AlachuaRestaurant program was then interruptedby Mrs. James M. Farr, Mrs. Wilmon :J.:
DRUGGISTS > an invitation from the Agricultural i 1 1y
V Newell, Mrs. C. L. Crow, Miss Au-
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA Hub presented by Mr." DeVane and relia Vance, Miss Lena Hunter. Miss! PHONOGRAP"ii
and Lunch Room Mr. Snyder, to be their guests at a Geneva
Prescriptions Called for _and Delivered Frost, Miss Bessie Glover,
FOR pillau. It is needless to say that the Mrs. Dilly Truby.COSMOPOLITAN. <

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN FREE -_. Engineering: Society' gladly acceptedthe with SOUL
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Half a block from Atlantic( Coast Line THE SANITARY Sir. Kent gave an account of Cur- ,
HAS FINE PROGRAMAt 1'-::'
Depot rent Events, reporting on an article Has no needles to change. ; ,
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SHOP I"
BARBAR regarding the of'engineers; '} .
education
Telephone 507 the meeting of the CosmopolitanClub Plays Records of all makes :
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after which a little unfinished business last Dean Benton of
Promptness Courtesy Saturday ,
Gainesville Florida attended to and the Society -adjpurned. The Edison .
- was the engineering college, addressed a Shop ,'f.,
.._ ._ Satisfaction .
_---- r. large audience on the subject of "In Graham
Building] ;
ternational Spirit". He opened his I .
: AGRICULTURAL CLUBAt address with remembrances of his experience "On'the Square, North 'Stye, "

DRESS PHIFER STATE BANK and the benefits he receivedby I;. .
TOP meeting people of other nations.He t"j I I
Crops with the meeting of the AgriculturalClub :
spoke of the international spirit, University Book Store
Monday night C. W. Wong gavea i' ,
Nitrate of Soda, no mat-. now so prevalent, as being in line with
talk
FLORIDA interesting on agriculturein
GAINESVILLE very
China. the Christian spirit of furthering the ,Easenent Lirguage Hall) ,NEverything
ter what other fertilizersyou brotherhood of all men; and as keep-
The entertainment committee reported '
have used-100 ing pace with intellectual edrcnce- I '
may -- that they planned for the pillauto ,
ment. The Dean attacked ably the
for seeded take place rfa the night of March
pounds pcracre idea that patriotism was being tI
MOLNAR'SDINING 31st. A motion was passed to invite for
abridged by the growth of this spirit.
crops and 200 pounds per the Benton Engineering Society to the
Mr. R. Ito of Japan was next to
acre for the cultivatedones. ROOM pillau. Accordingly a committee com' speak. He very ably explained his Students
posed of DeVane and Schneider was 1
The increase will Where Prices are Just Sight and Food !i. sent to invite them. The committee monosyllabic language and the sys-
tem of education in his country. He!
Served as You Like its soon returned with an affirmative re- ; :
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profits over gave to his audience an outline of the
yield large
ASK ANYBODY .
FORD HEADQUARTERS m:
port.E. history and government of Japan and
.. m H. Hsrlebaus was elected to the
cost. contrasted Japan's social structure
Intersociety Debating Council to suc- J.H.ALDERMAN. ProprietorTHEHOMEOFTHEFAMOUS
Wrt ... ,...t card for cuWILLIAM ceed Whitner who has resigned. with our own.
m..y ,"RIr;,. looks He told of Japan's historical origin a
W .S. Dorsey & Co. 2500 years ago and how Buddhismcame

S. MYERS JOHN. MARSHALL SEI.ECTS in the 6th century; of how the

23 M.Ji*.a A...u., New Y.rlr EVERYTHING in GROCERIESFor DEBATING TEAMAt Portuguese landed from the "Pinto"in i FORDt i

1542, and of the resulting com-

Goodness Sake its weekly meeting Saturday merce with Portugal end Spain. He ,- }:

American Shoe Drink Dorsey's Delight Coffee morning, John Marshall Debating So- told of Commodore Perry landing in MOTOR CARS -r '

ciey selected the team to represent 1853, and of England's securing open

it in the intersociety debates. After southern ports on the islands. Mr. Accessories, Supplies And Repairs F i iD3)

,Repair Company hearing a number of candidates ina Ito explained the opium wars of 1840,
free-for-all try-out, the judge chose the civil wars of 1868, of the adoption

114 West Main, North JOSJ J. SEYKORA Mellor, Bailey, and Norton;;; with of the constitution in 1883: and of the ) 4 ,l
political organization of his country.The .
Franklin as alternate.A Gainesvil1eCocaCola 1 1f
Telephone 139 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR great amount.of enthusiasm wall Cosmopolitan Club, much to I

displayed at the meeting. The Lawyers the regret of its members, has been i I.
Electric Appliance,Electric' Repairing determined that the winnersof forced to abandon its weekly meetings ,
are
Sterling National, Mazda lAmp.. All and instead hold
the intersociety cup will have to meetings every Bottling Co.
Gal! and Delivery Free Sires. Z'2: volt Mazdas for farm lighting fight. first and third Saturdays of each /

I John Marshall submitted the Irish I month. To these meetings the public Gorier Virgin!*JL...and Union St.

Home Rule question to the Farr Lit- is cordially invited. Gainesville Fla.STAR .
ii i-- erary Society, and is now awaitingthat Ah address on Brazil by Sr. D. O. 1tt
society's announcement as to Pinto promises new interest. This I 0790; *> 9i11 OOOO Ot

R.W.TIIOMAS Treasurer o. H. TIIOYAS. Secretary which side it will take. The debate address will be given at the next:
T. F.THOJlAS. President social meeting held in the Law Build-
between the two societies is scheduledfor ,
Th0maSCompany Inc. March, 30. ing, on Saturday, March 22, 1919, at

2:00 p. m. GARAGEJ.

HAkDWARE, IMPLEMENTS SEED PEABODY CLUBA stressed some essential facts. Then .R. FOWLER, Proprlelcv \
Walsh came back strong in the re-

Gainesville, Fla. debate, "Resolved, that the worldis buttal, and the judges, after' mature Dealer ia Aribmbilw asi Accessories

-AGENTS FOR- getting better", was on the pro- reflection, decided in favor of the af Distributor for

.THE INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER C '' gram Monday night. Walsh, the first firmative. Alacnua, Levy, Putnam and St. Johns R
and speaker, gave a few excellent points. Professor Fry gave a talk on Social Counties
Then Webb with his usual wit upheldhis Education. In a simple heart-to-heart -
DEERE PLOW CO. with enthusiasm, he Union Street and Virginia Avenue
THE JOHN side fluently, ending with a high talk customary

All Kinds of Farming Tools sounding bit of poetry. Ebenger pointed out many lessons to be gained GAINESVILLE, FLA.r .
brought out his points well. Coleman from the early history of education.

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woodshop some time ago in which aa Florida
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ends of two of his fingers were cut .
Glass, and Beach went
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down to Palm Beach last week end e a a r a s s a r
treated but returned Monday with the
to make music for a bg; dance.
I I same old cheerful expression on his l!'" 1\- State Collegefor
t t INTERNATIONAL face. Orange and Black: We are pleasedto
The Hell Bent Society had a most acknowledge receipt of your paper.
enthusiastic meeting last Sunday afternoon -
Rat L'Engle's chattels and other VomenTALLAHASSEE
TRUCKS
in which many Rats were in-
I belongings were unceremoniouslymoved The Tattler: Your Sophomore number -
troduced into the intricacies of
PARTS & SERVICE per- under a shower last week, but came to the desk last week. Your
suasive methods of how to slide
were recovered before anyone saw fit paper has some very original ideas
around table with the maximum of FLORIDA
LAUTZ a
HELVENSTON
AND ,
to take a bath.Z. and your cartoons add much to its
f speed. attractiveness.The .

; Jay Stanley, an old Florida stu-
Dr. Duke Williams and Icenhour went
1 encn dent who left here for an officers' girls at Tallahassee have been
to Jacksonville last week end on business -
training camp soon after war was de- taking practical lessons in plumbing
I' I! Den.1is-t: for the College Annual. clared, was on the campus last week. recently. This is not as ridiculous as One of the Strongest and

it I Office Graham Bldg. Loud were the noises, and numerous lIe was a captain in the M. P. serviceat it sounds, because they are not learn- Best Women's Colleges
Camp Gordon and has recently ing to install a city drainage system,
Gainesville, Fla. Phone 258] were the threats of vengeance in E the Country
been discharged.Mr. but how to remedy minor defects in
Section Thomas last Thursday nightat
p the plumbing system at home.
: bedtime* when every bed came Knowles startled the History -' -
down with a crash as soon as it was
UNCLE MOSES I class last week when he informed The Orange and White of March
I t. touched. The culprit is yet to be' 1. College] of Arts and Science
them that he was positive that a 17th was turned over to the engineersfor

MONEY TO LOAN I found fellows, but test it their is noticeable beds cautiously that the be- devil fish bOg enough to hold a regi-I a St. Patrick's day edition. It was I 2. Normal School and School

,. Strings for Musical Instruments fore they use them now."Wiggles" ment of soldiers on his back printed in green. The front page had of Education.
t v r i 110-112 Wost Union Street I cause of the loss of the U. S. an ingenious cartoon of St. Patrick: 3. School of Home Economics

I clops. 'I the engineer, driving snakes out of 4. School of Music
Virgil performed aquatic
rn Ireland. The edition had articles
; feats in a puddle near Hog Town many 5. School of Art.
: 1 Eugene Carpenter spent a about the history of St. Patrick's day,
NICK DAMATO Creek last Sunday afternoon, which 6.
School
I week end with his folks in I and articles about the engineering department of Expression.
resulted in muddy clothes and much
I t Next to McCoIlum's Drug Store week. at the University of Ten- 7. Department of Business.
amusement for his girl friends and
: I Phone -- 511 passersby.E. I nessee. 8. Extension Division in Hone
Moyer had his eyes tested Economics.
\ HIGH GRADE treated in Gainesville last The Florida Alligator: Your
I' paper
L. Wilson was called home sud- 9. Graduate School.
went home to give them rest is one of the most popular exchangeswe \
denly by his parents last Monday af
r TAILORING. ternoon."Country". allow them to recover from the I receive, and is all that a college Tuition free in all courses except
of belladonna.Rat should be. Several
paper requests
private lessons in Music,
have been made that we keep it in
DeVane has an army Art and Expression.For .
Good and O'Reilly were the library. We appreciate your advice i
now. Three shrill blasts of a whistle
I: duced to a member of the feline on "How to Preserve a Hus-
t bring every Rat in his section to his
cies in their room one night last band", but we cannot follow it-husbands -
side, day or night, no matter what-
t. Rat Good failed to appreciate are one of the essentials we catalogue and ctherinfor-
!' ever else they may be doing. It is
I invited guest but would not lack. Any advice on "How to Securea mation write toREGISTRAR
quite a complete organization; has a i
r strate with her. Husband" will be
O'Reilly followed
I first sergeant, and "Country" has in- I dutifully I I
with true lrish hotheadedness, -Flambeau.
stilled the right sort of discipline in 1
resented the
ly
and
it. His plan presents possibilities to kitty I
.. ambitious old men in other sections. out forcibly. I No Smoking at Vassar I ,

I i ii How about a little competition (From Vassar Miscellany News) COLLEGE FOR
i Doctor McGhee gave a "A motion strictly prohibiting smok- I

I ; Will the man who took' a small ture at the "Y" meeting last ing by the students at Vassar was WOMENTALLAHASSEE

black on "A Fellow's Battles". He passed at a meeting of the Students'
leather
loose-leaf note bool
I In The Good OldDays Of Sum. from the reading table in the librarj that the study of the Association on Thursday evening. FLA.MARABLE .

mer You Will Find It Worth please return this to the librarian 01 David help us in our life This unmistakable expression of Vas-

I i Your While If You Patronize A I I to the Alligator office? Adv. tnd gave a resume of the various sar's stand is in definite contradictionof h" _'_ '
I Tailor Who Can Fit You Out les encountered by young men the widely circulated misstatementsin

fr, In Style. First Lieutenant J. Frank Coates everyday walks of life. the newspapers, all copied from one

You will find here as select a who was a Junior lawyer when he -- story which started no one knows
rangeof
left to the in 1917 Lieut. Maurice Heller, an old where and which was an incorrect report -
fabrics and models as you will in the join army was at
best Fashion Centers of Metropolitan the University last week. He has I I gineering student, is back at the of the action taken at the Stu- Is the official photographerfor

life.AN AT GREATLY LOWER PRICES -I been in the army aviation service in versity and intends to dents' meeting a week ago. At that the University of Florida

j 1 I .: ,ALL THE LATEST NOVEL France for the past year and a half, course. time two motions were passed which

TIES- in addition to a fine array of i where he had some very interestingand stated that public opinion at Vassaris
i conservative BUSINESS MODELS. vivid experiences in the air. His W. T. Cox, of Miami, has against students' smoking at college -
\ work consisted mainly in assemblingand tered the Sophomore Class of the nllle'I and that smoking shall be pro-
fI gineering; College. He was in hibited in the halls.
The
I carrying new airplanes to the new motion, ..
t: ;!f its tri nI itt& battlefront. He saw many old Florida tendance at Georgia Tech last which is inclusive of the previous ones, --
puts the strictest
men in France, among whom were I Interpretation on NhWYORKRACKgAJent
r Morper and Jack Goldsby. Lieut. Dr. Cox, Dean of the Teachers them, "that no Vassar student shall
: send it toPEPPER. lege, and Prof. r
Cawthon smoke
Coates expects to enter the Law State while under the jurisdiction of for

: School next fall and finish his legal School Inspector, went to I the college at Vassar, this rule to be FLORSHEiM SHOEStx't0d
course. see Tuesday to attend an ; enforced under the honor system." ,
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