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Title: The Florida alligator
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Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 28, 1919
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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l. VII ___ University of Florida, Gainesville, Friday, March 28, 1919 No. 10 :_:t t {:




Big Parade Winds Up at Fleming I! -",

Field Where Crowd Watches First Commanded by Tillman I .
I Wh'te
Gives Fine Dedica- ;
Practice Game Cited as Having Achieved a Big tion Address. Yells and Band Had Trophy University, But Lost it in Traveling. Is Out of 1
Success in I.'t
Meuse-Argonne Music Conclude the Program. the Service Now, But Thinks of Entering the Regular Army;
PRACTICE HELD TWICE DAILY Refuses Advice of Friends to Enter Politics. ;.!.

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Having invited the Giants to trainin When the stuJent-body and faculty r; 'I

their city, a large percent of the SAIL FOR U. S. APRIL 1 I I I met in the new $50,000 gymnasium for CITED. FOR BRAVERY BY COMMANDER: OF 27TH DIVISION r.-s

population of Gainesville was out in the first time, it was to attend Chape: t,:, j

holiday trimming Saturday to bid the nd dedicate the building to the phys- .

big leaguers "Welcome to our city". "Of the number of Florida men who cal, social and spiritual: needs of the Gainesville was honored this week At 5:30 the next morning the brigade j o li t ,I ,

The University band, hordes of stu- came over with the 82nd Division, only students of the University o! Florida. with a visit from General Albert II. went into action, between Ypres and 1 : t

dents and a committee representativeof J. K. Sparkman, McElya, and myself The entire Friday Chapel services were I Blanding, an alumnus of old East Mount Kemmel. ; J 1 I III f fl
all Gainesville extended the glad are still with it" writes Major J. M levoted to the dedication. The address
I Florida Seminary, and a nationwidehero It was the 27th Division (New York 4f};
hand to the noted athletes when they Tillman, from France, in a letter ti I "as delivered by Rev. George White of the great European War. II Guardsmen) that mopped up the : i' I

stepped off the A. C. L. train at 1:30 President A. A. Murphree of this uni- the University's Y. II. C. A. secretary While here he was the guest of Captain Canal du Nord, and broke the famous : f I

o'clock. versity. "The remainder have either Vftcrwards char leaders McCallum, Wade Hampton, who before his Hindenburg line. I\

After several popular airs, playedby been killed, wounded, or transferrec; livens, and DeVane took charge, and promotion to this rank, was General "Three days after going into ac- I .:

the band in compliment to the to the States or to other organizations :he buildJncr; echoed with the war Sland'ng's: aide while the two were tion", said General Blanding, "we t I 'I

Giants, the aggregation, composed of over here." 'vhoops of old Florida. The Univer- yet in America. Tuesday night he was were transferred to the Somme with ;
about sixty persons, retired to the The letter was written at Frettes ity band was present in full strength: the guest of honor at the weekly the 1st Brigade of the 27th. We were '

White House for a light lunch and France; on Feb. 24; and, Major Till. ;o render special music: for the occa uncheon of the Gainesville Rotary to prepare to attack the Hindenburg ft t ..f

short rest, before appearing on reno- man stated, the division was schedulec sion. 31ub. When interviewed by an Alligator line between Cambrai and St. Quentin. :-. l \
vated Fleming Field for a short exhibition to leave that week for Bordeaux In his dedication address! secretary representative Wednesday As I surveyed the ground we were p ;..:., j

practice in the late afternoon.At where it would embark April 1 for the White said in part: morning, the General was planning to going to fight over, and saw mesh l ; .J
3:30 Saturday afternoon, W. :M. United States. "We look forward" "Many students have recently in- visit the University that afternoon after mesh of barbed wire and other

Pepper headed an automobile parade added he, "to the time when we cat mired why it Is that students from ind watch the cadet battalion at dress marvellous defenses which had been f,, !

that had: as its objective the Univer- visit Gainesville and greet our olc 'oreign lands why have come to our parade, but could not promise to speak prepared by the Germans, our task I

sity of Florida. This parade, seventyfive friends once more". olleges in America have returned tc o the students in chapel this morning looked impossible.

cars long, followed a checkered In telling of his part in the great heir native lands without carryingvith m account of having made arrange- "But we started and we went hru! ; !

course over the city and University Meuse-Argonne offensive that mad them the real spirit of cur :int nents to leave Thursday for his homeat And after we got thru the miracle !

grounds in order to show the visitors Heinie feel a desperate longing to b :tutions.' Students from China, Ja Bartow. seemed greater. We took Bcllecourt i:, .i.1., 1

the Different points of interest in the back on the old homestead, Major Till jan, South American countries, anther Before the war General Blanding, and started for the Canal du Nord. jl ,

vicinity. man wrote that his battalion had come ) distant lands spend a time: her .vho is a wealthy lumberman of Flor- The canal extended ,800 feet.: Here tl"f F j

Mayor Tison and Dr. Murphree were out of the line with only 320 men and md take bak with them the physical da in private life, was a colonel in among the defenses of the Germans, t

slated to deliver addresses of welcomeat ..8 officers. The original fighting md mental fru'ts c: our cvilhation: :he National Guard of Florida, comnandng was a cleverly camouflaged tunnel, ,t i

the grandstand, but due to a mis- strength of the battalion had beer but do not, in large measure, embraceur : the old Second Florida. lie containing thousands of machine gun ... : t

understanding between Manager Mc- 840 men and 24 officers. In an addres' religion; llp,.n their return homehe unlisted as a private in the Florida nests and other death-dealing traps. z

Graw and the executive committee in delivered by Major General Geo. B. results which! they: themselves hopeo : National Guard during the Spanish "It was a mop-up job, and any one :J

charge of the program the Giants Duncan, at the First Army Conferenceon produce are not realized. The re- Vmerlcan: War, four years after his could see that it called for the greatest '{

were called on the field for practice Feb. 3, in which he described the ults which: many of cur own citizens: graduation from "the East Florida sacrifice and bravery. Of the 7,000 )

before the addresses could be de operations of the 82nd Division in the hope to see have net been realized. Seminary, where he had been adjutant men of the 53rd Infantry Brigade who .
The explanation is that they have went into that battle, only 2,800
livered. Meuse-Argonne offensive, the follow- If the cadet battalion. came u

Everything was in tiptop shape for ing citation of Major Tillman's bat taken civilization tha mere -external products of i "Speaking of Old East Florida's out uninjured", said General Bland- ,
ur but have
the arrival o: the bat and ball artists. talion was made: appre- -adet battalion", said General Blandng ing. ; I
Groundkeeper Fabian had the diamondin "The 2nd Battalion, 328th Inf., (Till iated or aprropriated; : the real source ; in the course of the interview, "at General Blanding was cited by Gen- I .
f our strength and the real
excellent condition for the players.By man) achieved a memorable success or spring me time over half the officers in my eral O'Ryan, commander of the 27th, '
from wh'ch arise
the expenditure of much effort the the 8th of Oct., when they "jumpedoff" the permanency and regiment were men who had received for brave conduct during these .en- I
he real worth of
showers and lockers in the gymnasium east of Hill 223 and carried the Americansm. heir early military experience at gagements. General Blanding is noW'I
"This beautiful .f
were ready for use also. line during the afternoon to the Py- building, which we Cast Florida Seminary. For years out of the service, but is thinking of 1
ledicate: the
The crowd of sport followers that r lone Railroad, the corps objective. to service of physical, hat institution supplied the officers going into the regular army, despite : i
gathered to witness the exhibition i This battalion captured that day about social, and spiritual development, was for the State militia of Florida." the advice of his friends who want ,, ;
nade !
possib'e only in the belief
practice Saturday afternoon was of 350 prisoners, 125 machine guns, three upon For over eighteen years he was an him to enter politics. J,

the sort which augurs well for the ['trench mortars, a battery of 77's, and that he part it would of the promote tax-payers the of welfare the State of )fficer in the National Guard, and for I "I had a trophy that I intended to "

interest the Giants are creating among quantities of other stores. A : in eight: years was in command. At the present to the University on my return
our citizenship body, mind and soul
baseball fans in Gainesville and the conclusive blow had been given"to the "The factor of development utbreak of the war he was on the to America", said the General, r
I jRnrrcunding territory. The stand and German supremacy in the Argonne along Mexican border. He was made a "but in the hasty marches we were ;
these imperative! lines is not limited to
bleachers were packed with people, as 1! Forest." brigadier general on August 5, 1918, forced to make, it got lost. It was .
.he stud nt-body alone. Every
were the cars which lined the first and "The spirit which actuated the men mem- at Camp Wheeler, and soon after went an anti-tank gun that had been cap- .'
ber of our faculty must also
third base lines. i.I of the division is illustrated by an in- die." grow 01 across with the 93rd Provisional Di- tured from the Boche in one of our ..
Two'iessions of practice are held cident that took place on the afternoonof vision. After changing commands' battles. It is almost like a regular

each dxyt. one at 9:00 o'clock and-the. Oct. 8th, which will never be for- .several times over there; General army rifle, only a little larger, but the

t ether -Z't 2:00 o'clock. Manager McGraw gotten by the men of the 328th Inf MAY HAVE PICTURE Blanding on the night of Aug. 30, was shells that it fires will penetrate the
himself has charge of the bat- watching from the ridge west of Hill placed in command of the 53rd In- steel armor of the famous British

_ t'ng, infield and outfield work, while 223. Two companies of the 327th Inf., fantry Brigade of the 27th Division. tank." _

directs the twirl- under Capt. Davis, advanced across HS.TURDAYBnly
I Christy the wiles the valley to reinforce the flank of thr Speaking of his location at the time '
ers ia their efforts to learn SAYS NUMBER 13" IS
2nd Battalion, 328th Inf., (Tillman), of writing, Lt. Getzen says:
l' of the hurling game. "We are about forty miles from Co-
. are: under a terrible concentration ma-
Among the notables present and rifle fire. Only 40 men Await'ng Film Now-Machine is NOT UNLUCKY blenz, up the Moselle River. Ten daysor
Jim Thorne.. the world's greatest chine gun t
I of the
two weeks
saw one
Here and ago
companies reached Already Assembled: ir
out of these two
3 ; Larry Doyle, speedy keystone I this old Florida boys at Coblenz. He was
man; Rube Benton, twirler of renown; their objective. Those watching Gym. Hart Getzen, Now with 13th Field Ar- on his way to join the 79th Division,
Zimmerman, perfection incarnate at advance from the rim of the amphi- tillery in Germany, Has Come Thru
d which is to sail for home soon. I sawa
_ the third sack; Lew McCarthy, a slug- theatre said that the assault if wave at Biggest; Drives Americans Made, list of the sailing divisions, but they !

- ger who, according to experts, should advanced across the open as The moving picture machine which Without a Scratch. only went through July. The 4th 4 f

lead the field this year, and others too drill, and with seeming indifference down to has been promised: so long to replac was not on it, so don't know when we ,

numerous to mention.WRESTLING. the fact that men were going" 'he one that was sent several weeks "No one can ever tell me that the will go back. Will be glad if I get i

like ten pins before the ball. igo, but which ,was broken in ship- number '13' is unlucky", says Lieut. Thanksgiving dinner in the States. s /

Draw. nent, is at last here. Immediately r. Hart Getzen, in a letter written "We have been having snow all !

ARE EXCITING Middle Weights after its arrival Tuesday, it was assembled at Buchel, Germany, to Ralph Stouta- winter until a few days ago. Then .1 "

t. First bout: Coleman and Hurst in the booth in the Gym. nire, business manager of the Alli- it started raining. We are in a small ; II
I..< on aggressiveness.Second When every thing had been found to gator (in which he encloses a dollar village of about 300 people. Talk I i
Wrestling Coleman won I
The semi-finals of the bout: Driggers and Battle. be in perfect working order Mr. White for his subscription to the paper). "I about dirt! I never saw such a dirty 1 f
Y Club were held in the Gymnasium aggressiveness. vired the Film Service to forward us !have been with the 13th Field Ar- place in all my life,. You have read '
Driggers won on
: Thursday, March 20. An LightHeavyMoser t feature and to have it here by Satur- illery since August 29, 1917, and I about. how nice and clean the Germans \.:,

large crowd was out, and an maximumcf exciting and Houghtaling. Moser iay. If all goes well a reel show will have been in what I consider the biggest kept everything.ell, that is wrong

program was staged. The surely be given that n'ght free of drives that the Americans put as far as I can see. The rural con- 1
time allowed for each bout was ten threw. harge to all University and aver-not but all of them
Weight men only one, : ditions are very poor. As far as I
} minutes. In case a throw did not oct Heavy and last bout was be- whomsoever they may feel inclined to Chateau Thierry, St. Mihiel, and last- can see, about all the farmers raise 1.
The eighth
cur, the decision was granted to tween two who are supposed to know have come with them.A ly the Argonne. Yet I am now in is a large turnip. These they put in .

1., most aggressive. all about the fine points of the game- movement is on foot to buy this the Army of Occupation without a big banks like we bank potatoes. Theyare
The results came out like this. : nachine and make it scratch." and feed. i
Warner and Wuthrich. Their bout wasa a permanent used chiefly as hog cow
Light Weights hlng here. Since moving pictures are Getzen was a Junior in the Law "Well, you can pick out which ever ;

First bout: Keller and Beach. Kel- draw.Between the first and second bouts.a taking such a prominent part in edu College in the spring of" 1917. Upon you like best: Goodbye, adios, Bon :

ler threw. boxing bout was staged with Wallace rational methods of today the schoo he: close of school he went to the first Jour, Guten Tag, until next time. Re-

;, Second bout: Hughes and Sherman. and L'Engle acting. Both of these vould have to get a machine sooner officers' training camp and secured member me to Dr. Murphree, Dean +t

Draw. a hot scrap as long as' >r later. The sooner the better, the he commission of lieutenant. He was Trusler, and alL f
fellows put up
Welter Weights but in the second round Wal- students think, and they are not ds-? i strong man on the varsity baseball : "As ever, !
Ticknor. it ,
; First bout: Gordon and lace forfeited to L'Engle because of afouL oosed to have this machine taken earn, having a batting average in the "T. HART GETZEN I

Ticknor threw. from them next close neighborhood of 400. "Lt. 13th Field Artillery" i
Second bout: Yancey and Stevens. year.'w" '

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Alli .. Friday March
a :ri 2 28, 1 919
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i THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR torneys or would-be diplomats. varsity baseball player, one of the! IIOTEL SKMIXOLE

: I A very handsome loving cup is offered editors of the Alligator, and a beloved Jacksonville Florida
.4. to the society winning for three E. fraternity. I
member of the S. A.
1 Printed and published by students consecutive years. As yet there is Graduating from the College of Ag- Md ern,Fireproof 200 rooms 150 with bath. I

f of the University of Florida every practically equal chance for all. If riculture in 1917, he left home soon for students

.:. Thursday in their own print shop on you have seen this cup, you will know after to attend the second Officer's Headquarters of

j: the campus. how proud a society would have reasonto Training Camp, near Atlanta, wherehe
j i,1 be of it. demonstrated his ability by obtain- the University of Florida and

Staff Since the Arts and Science faculty ing the commission: of first lieutenant. I

I DUKE WILLIAMSEditor in Chief surpasses that of any other collegein After some months service in cantonments their friends.Rates .

,; BENJAMIN ARCHER__Mng. Editor the number of Ph.D.'s, it would appear on this side, he was sent over-
as if they would stand extra to the : $1.50 day European plan and upwards.
.. e LOUIS TATOM_Asst. Mng. Editor an seas. Here he was promoted per
.j \" REGINALD DeSILVALocal. Editor good chance. rank of captain, and fell in action on J.B.POUND Pres. H.R.HARPER Mgr f ,

:: VAN E. HUFF__....._..Society Editor the front.
i f I '.. DEWEY DYE..Contributing Editor SPRING The entire school regrets the loss SMOKECrawford's -

tit : : HERBT. FRIEDLANDER, Ex. Editor of this, one of her most brilliant and Blunt
fi. >> What could be more glorious than faithful alumni.
one of our bright, spring days. They
Business Department
make us feel that certainly no placeon THE ORIGINAL
i 1\\ RALPH STOUTAMIRE..Bus.: God's green earth could be more VIGil TEllS OF BIGOPPORTUNITIES
ALTER GUNN...-Circulation Mgr.
: lovely than Florida. 5 c Cigar Union Made

; i _:. RANDALL HUNTER..Printer's Devil The grass is greener than it will FOR Made by A.G.Barber Cigar Factory, GainesvilleFlorida
Ii I Ff ever be again-until next year. The
: Entered as second-class matter,
blossoms and the flowers and the --
September 28, 1912, at the postoffice ENGINEERS IN P MEL
'" ;. at Gainesville, Fla. under the Act of shrubbery have one and all leapt forth MONEY TO LOAN A T A
into a new life.

I : V, March Place 3d all, 1879.communications and news: Spring is the period of change. One Student, Whose Home is in Mexico RELIABLE PAWN SHOP

l items in boxes designated. for that of our great American statesmen and City, Gives Illuminating: Address.At .
philosophers has said "The 102 West Main Street N.
: period of
u: I 1. purpose in Peabody and Language
+ m Halls. greenness is the period of growth". the meeting of Benton Engineering A Fun Line of Musical Instruments
1! (Advice to rats.) Society on March 10, Mr. Julio
i Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.00.
rJ To see all nature laying aside its Vigil, a student at this university! -

iti I I :Many a student formerly in the wintry cloak to step forth into a new I gave an address on the many and '

f r i service would like very much to get and greater life is inspiring. It great opportunities that are offered in I

!I t hold of the Lemon Building, in Washington makes us feel that we too should.come Mexico to American engineers. Mr. I

Ii ti and squeeze it real hard for forth from our cells, and expand some- Vigil, tho born in Spain, has lived in .:; i
his bonus. what, just because of the environ- Mexico City since he was a child, and

; i ; ment. has been able to obtain first hand in- .

; J Unless the drainage system is somewhat It makes many long for the freedcm -, formation on the subject of his speech, MILLER'S.Agent
and liberty of God's out-df- which the below. I
Ih'! improved we will have a slough great Alligator prints .
I of water rats on the campus. There doors. Undoubtedly, some feel the "Mexico, that southern land lying
ere rats enough already.The call which'came to Wordsworth in his between the Atlantic and the Pacific
r : youth, to desert the prison-like wallsof oceans, upon the tapering base of

University is in great hope of the school room, and rush forth to North America, is a country whose For ;
the woods, the hills, the lakes, to name is fraught with color and mean-
getting Rev. Billy Sunday to stop overt ( a-nd1/Zitma'1lJ t&ndieJ
_!' fcr a day cr so during his tour of commune with nature, and be one with ing. The romance of its history en- Ji n'7la/ty j i
God. velops it in an atmosphere adventure ] l
Florida.: We would consider ourselves t
whose charm, even in the prosaic j i Xm/illJolt 'I7 d'tovcit
I I exceptionally favored should such antt as uo. '
I tt I eminent theologian visit our camps. LOOKING AHEAD years of the twentieth century ale/ i

I have not entirely dispelled; and the Of Jacksonville. j
= THE GIANTS The Florida spirit is a progressive magnetism of the hidden wealth of ,
spirit. We like to be forging aheadto its soil still invests it with some of

I; J The University is jubilant over the greater, grander, better things. We the attraction it heM! for the old con-I
r" like to grow-to keep on gaining and It in the memorable
fact that the Giants have arrived. We querors. was age I' I
f I wish to extend to them a most hearty giving. This thought was brought out of ocean chivalry that this land was I

I ,I welcome from both the faculty and in the sermon by Mr. White, at the won for Western civilization: ; that age ,
student bcdv, and trust that they will Dedication of our new gymnasium and when men put forth into a sunset I -

I; 1 J meet with the warmest reception durt auditorium, and also, by Dr. Murphree land of conquest, whose every shore
+ in his! brief but splendid address. and mountainpsss concealed some
t: ing their brief sojourn here. DR. GORDON B. Tisox
Y' We are very pleased to have our I It We are a young university. We, golden dream. The :Mexico of todayis Do you need a Collar Pin, a .
the students cf the University of one not less interesting: and the Mexico
t; new gym practically complete before i DENTIST pair of Cuff Links, a Collar '
of the most forward-looking common-: of tomorrow will be more attractive
I their arrival. They are welcome to ;
the use cf the showers, etc. I \vealtr.s in the nation, are every day for its vast territory holds a wealth of Phone 243 Gainesville Button or anything in the

i It is also pleasing to note that they '--sHre trrd'tJon. and writirsr history.It historic lore and a profusion of natural Law Exchange Florida Jewelry Line? If so just give

consider Field is a grand privilege we share. riches. Beneath the Mexican sky, blue ..
J, = Fleming an excellent us a call as we have just what
+ 1 t training ground. many ut us never area ..i tuat we and serene, stretch great table-lands,
We wish to assure the Giants that would have for our use a splendid new I tropic: forests, scorching deserts, and you are looking for and at ;
: I! their arrival is an occasion anticipated building such as has recently been fruitful valleys, crowned by the min- Adkins the right prices.

} with warmest feeling. We trust that completed. We little thought we wouldbe eral girt mountain ranges of the Sierra ,
I the proud possessors, so early in Madres. i\ttorneyand Counsellor at Law
> r.; the few short weeks of training will L. C. SMITHNorth
( be extremely beneficial to both the he day. Fcr this fact we owe a tremendous "Among these two ranges running Gainesville, Florida

Giants and the University. debt of appreciation, in particular from North to South lie the rich silver Side of Square. t tI
t i The "Classic Haunts" of the University -i I to the Board of Control, and mines where men cf all races have en- --I
generally, to the people of the State. riched themselves. The Mexican cor- 1!
cf Flcrida are at dsposal.:
your Conner Auto
!'i It is a peculiar pleasure to have your Things: are moving, and will con- dillera conceals, beyond and above it, Company !
i world-famous aggregation in our tinue to move, both on the campus and a plateau, the mesa central. These Genera Conner. Prop. EXPERT AUTO
: : midst. in cur State. Eefore we realize it plutonic and volcanic ranges encircle Washing. 'and Po'ishing; Gasoline
{I almost other Oi s and Ac essoties
buildings will
spring up. and bisect a great table-land and en- '
DEBATING Already there is talk cf a new dor- close the Valley Mexico: eight thou- Phone 194 Gainesville Fla REPAIRINGGUARANTEED

I mito.7, to be placed between Buck- sand feet above sea level, where Mexico -

Enthusiasm and interest are sharpening man and Thomas Halls; to accommo- City, the capital, is located. ThisIs THE SANITARY CLEANINGAND

i 1 the wits of those cut for debat'ng date the host of Freshmen expectednext a tropical region of foliage, flow-

: on the campus. fall.Coach ers, and fruits; of rugged country- Albert Smith
i Undoubtedly, the forensic contests Euscr is working on plans side and rushing! streams, and the
1 are factors in college life that wield for the beautiful natatorium, which: blue sky and flashing sun form the your cldthes cleaned and pressad 303 E. Main St. S. 3
ii' Dr. Murphrce spoke of in in the sanitary ,
t heavy blows in the hewing on manhood chapel. ambient of a perpetual summer land. way.
r.: and intellect out of raw material. That is undoubtedlv. roin__n r to__ ha__ a_ TP__ Farther to the South comes_n_ the_n_ r--nm. FRENCH DRY CLKANI G Opposite Fire Station ;
ality, in the near future. The Alligator ductive AND
manufacturing State of
i l H Few phases of college activity draw j
\ j upon the intellect zeal, and personality has plans to stir up the alumni Puebla and the Isthmus of Tehuante- STEAM PRESSING .
s into starting the ball roiling for this Saves Time
' than do the
more debating contests.
swimming pool affair. pec."So Sates Clothes iI iI I
i": Consequently, they are well supportedin gentlemen, we have before us --I
all of the various colleges. Every Now that the Senior Class has established a country of singualr topographical Saves Money

U society seems to consider itself theM the precedent of giving me- structure, with all kinds of climates; Hat Cleaning and Blocking. Specialty RELIABLESEED

I only real one on the campus. morials to the school, why not begin rich soils, in some of which even three Phone Also Steam Dyeing
this year, by laying aside 675 GlTe us a call
;;,1 A few inter-society debates have already the money crops a year can be harvested.
r been enjoyed. More and still I to be spent for the memorial as a "The census' of 1919 gave Mexico
starting contribution toward the build- seventeen m.llion inhabitants
livelier ones are yet ahead. Several ; twenty
evening hours of enjoyment are yet ing of a real swimming pool. This percent white, thirty-seven percent In- :1 onln6 l1. i lhi1t.9U I
.. in store for the faculty and student year's graduating class could notorize dian, and forty-three percent mixed
body. itself in this manner. It would be famous blood, called mestizos. Among this '
s These debates are what the societies for being the class to originatethe population there are about two hun- f"t 11 i ua'JAiittJibillt SEMINOLE SEED COMLf1?
movement for the natatorium. dred thousand 'F ffib4 I
have been looking forward to since the foreign residents. ,- .1
beginning of the year.; The teams are "The political situation has been a -= I' FLflI IM
to their respective societies what the very difficult one in various instances

class football teams are to the different since the independence, and has been
The Alligator deems VOYLE I
it fitting and BROS.FLASH
classes in post-football Sea- very often a complicated and delicate .
proper to commemorate the death of
problem for the statesmen
of this
t son.The any of its former supporters.In country. LIGHTS ', -

t contests represent a testing-a fighting for the cause of democ- "Mexico: obtained its independencefrom ELECTRIC SUPPLIES !!
trying out of metal-right here in
our one of the bravest WEAVER'SSTEAM
racy fairestof
Spain in 1810 &
The years
own university. talent is alto-
Florida's heroes laid down his life I
after the
Americans won independencefrom STORAGE BATTERIES
"nether domestic. There is
on the fields of France. We refer to
' England. During all the period
about them.
I foreign Captain J. A. Johnson, of St. Peters- from 1810 to about 18SO
a turmoil
'They in serve the vital to cultivate topics of a the keen day-interest burg 1917., Fla."Jim", a graduate of the classof political passions and ambitiors reigned GERALD J.O-RIELLY do first class
as the fellows knew
keeping :Mexico quite behind in
: to arouse enthusiasm, college spirit, him, was pro- ARCHITECT
exceedingly well known and gress. It was upon the election of Dry Cleaning
and rivalry on. the campus; and lastly liked
by all with whom he
1 came in Porfirio Diaz .
as president, one of the Miami
to entertain 'some who have nothing -- Gainesville
contact. In
his .
career at Florida, hew most able politicians and statesmenthat at reasonableFlori price.
I hand than
more important on to
s an
source of real Mexico ever had, that the situ- Florida
listen to the ravings of embryo at-
spirit, an ardent student
4 ii a (Concluded on page four. )



Florida AlligatorJACKSONVILLE
3 1
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m D mj mIDDCOnp B J\4
ill .
Dr. Crow handed Coxe back his note THOSE PORTER :
book, well decorated with blue-pencil
NY marks. Coxe asked, "Dr. Crow, what
grade did I get on this?" 0 I
"Ths pO '$mBnJ$ tO 8" Dr. Crow: "I can't tell you what SUITS AT $35
your grade was but I know that
" 129 West Bay Street it
was the best grade in the class". \
"I' Bell!! Phone 143JACKSONVILLE, FlA. Coxe: "Lord help the others". lii li\

Ticknor: "What have we in Agronomy -
"" /
VI today?" '
SOME CURIOUS NICKNAMESON Clemons: "Bullfast as usual".

TilE CAMPUS Rat Gordon says, "The height of The collars cling as close as a creditor- the i' 1

his generosity is for an old man to pour lapels] roll easily the fronts lie soft, smooth $
"Rowdy".___.._.._S. A. B. Wilkinson"Hot own water". and unwrinkled,
Water Charlie"_.Boyd Carleton
.'Chink"M.. Johnson i Duley Wins There is an ease in the shoulders the armholes -
A group of fellows .
were discussing I
"Snowball"0. H. Norton the fit as clan as a jackknife and the sleeves hang
"Pee Wee"....._......__......_..H. Bailey topic of absent minded college! from : ,
the .
out shoulders if it
."Ponto".D. professors. Duley Erdees capped the as were their regul l;
** j
S. Roberta climax with this one: "I once knew a ar hang out." r '

."Pete".....___...........H. R. DeSilva college that teacher he that once was bought so a absentminded dozen- They are super-suits." Better than the price 1Jf!' ,

.Monstrous".J. M. Edrehi collars and put his usually buys, because we buy fer three big stores .
__.. laundry mark in ;
"Country"; __C. L. D Vane and ; I
one and dittoed all the others". pass the accruing advantages along to '
! "Gator"___.A.. Van Eepoel 1 ,0. \
l "Missing Link"......C. T. Link you. >--r.,
! "Mess Hall"..H. C. Johnson Figure of Speech Give them the once over and the acid test of {]
Getzen -1
; "Wiggles"......._.......................Julio Vigil thunder": "Gleason. you are as quietas comparison. Then you'll buy. ; .1.It
""00 ter".?...............L. O'Berry t!: '
"Sponge Diver".P. W. Stinson 1
Miss Lee
: "Give us this day o-ir
.Pope..G. G. i
Gregory daily test". z
"Razzoo"_......_.._........_......... Garnett 0 t
Young Mens Suits -
.Dooley"m.R. L. Bridges"Sugar" \
Rankin "Umson ,
: seems to be an indolent -
-. Barwick"Crappy" : sort of $25 $30 $35
..._____Henry Warner"Tfkey" a chap" !t
...-....-....-.-................_ D. B. fellow Phyle is: "Indolent? Why, man, that :
Iaggic"----.-.................................D. Me. automobile so lazy always runs his I Ij
over a bump to knock the|
"Llurph".-.....A. A. ashes off his cigar".
J r
-Youngstown Telegram. 'I{

Three men, a Swede, a Hebrew, andan Simple Explanation: "Your husband I j
7Lgd4&d17 .
Irishman, were brought into court. tells me he has quit betting on .,!l :. i I
The Swede was arrested for stealing horses!"
I t*
to cow; the Hebrew for stealing a "Oh, dear!" exclaimed young Mrs. >

hrrs2"-a jon."Vell"; and. the Irishman for stealinga a Torkins; "Charley's broke again!"- : BAY & LAURA STREETS JACKSONVILLE ,FLA. it.q:t

said the judge, ,
turning to Ex.Prof. ". 1
the Swede, "where did you get thecoW' .: "Did your watch stop when "Nature", explained the highbrow, .
?" I I it hit the floor?" "always tries to equalize everything.If )
"I've had it since it was a calf", was Student: "Sure! Did you think it one eye is lost the sight of the Popular Goods at Popular Pricesat t
the answer. would go through?"-Ex. i other becomes stronger".
'Where did you get the horse?" he I "Faith", said Pat, "You're right. i
csV'd: the Hebrew. Mr. Peek, in a descript class after When a man has one short leg, the :BtTRK.III1 I
: : \dI': '?
"I've had it since it was a colt", was explaining a long problem, asked: other one is always longer"Ex.I .
the response. "Boys, is there any question?" "
"\ herc did :you get the wagon?" he I A SUGGESTIONIt : t.
tu-Hed: of the Irishman. A Freshman, just waking up:
.."I've had it since it was a wheel- "What time is it, my watch hasstopped" is suggested that President Mur- DO BUSINESS WITH
t- ow", I
was reply.Ex.'I Ex.
phree appoint corporals for "Chapel The Florida National Bank
company", assign definite places to r. :
-- -
I - ----r the different squads, and have them TJie New Million Dollar Ifaitt" Resources Over $1,000,00
report to him or a first sergeant ap
pointed by him, at each Chapel as- ,

! sembly.


rBr ua Barb! $hop i iI '

( East of Palm.Parlor] ) I

I y0Uw11seeWD0 Special Rates to Students PAINT i
i Satisfaction Guarauteed. ;
at this one.A cork*
lag piece of genuine .
i in the country-American "
French Briu-. Bterlwff
I I Tins smoothest vulcanite workmanship bit. the pipes for American mena THE ALLIGATORis ?; .
shape that makesIt
bar mighty la your convenient room. to and not bettered anywhere. on sale] at

You can get any shape, size and MILLER'SMOSELEY'S \ ,

grade you want in a W D C. : CORNER and

The best shops carry them at $6 PALM PARLOR u

down to 75 cents.

ta.ot fi[ MoI1ii ig Cannon: \.
WM. DEMUTH & CO., New York .
Worlft Larffett Pipe Yame factir -' .

Graham GOlPBnq-Suite!! 15- DOZIER & GAY PAINT CO.f .

Building I .

I BONDS Atlanta JacksonvilleGa.

! W.O.RUSSELL MANAGERCITY -" We write it right. I Fla. H


223 \V-Main Street Phone 336. Up to date Auto Accessories and
Hare your coatsuit or suit altered or relined by Expert Tailors.
We also] do cleaning and pressing. We make a specialty of gloves NORAH SuppliesAt

hats, evening gowns and robes of all kinds. Reasonable Prices. THAT'S US


I .H. Martin, Mgr. Gainearille. Fla


Special designs furnished.

R.J-RIL-ES COMPANY Opposite A.C.L. Depot

Established Jewelers BICYCLES




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In You'll
When You're Jacksonville, ,



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I; {y "m part (;if your education as your book Smart Clothing and Furnishings.When .

!. f: 1 learning. It's interesting too. you find yourself in need

f, .
I or.
i- S ...t. in Gainesville write us.

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INSIDE INFORMATION FOR "Just one more word for the
Nothing to living but life,
i 4 NEW SOUTHERN HOTEL Nothing to dying but death. known and most productive of B.
: dustries in Mexico which is that tf
THE UNINITIATEDLesson mining. Mines are to be found a

.J G. A. DULEY, Prop. twenty-six of the thirty-one states t%

t' RATES RE SONMBLeI No. 5: Nothing BIG OPPORTUNITIES FOR territories of the republic, aaj 4

I : (By Tohretaw) these the great majority yield silve.
II I were registered in 1906, 23,191 OB.
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA PHONE 1G8 As is quite obvious at first glance, Continued from page two. 1 ing properties; five sixths of the

W: I ;to sated idiocy: indicates nothing, and by
in combination with other
of and meta!.
ingly. An era peace progress &
t the rules governing titles this is a These mines produce gold, silver
of high ,
: The White HouseEast made of Mexico a country c0p-
particularly good one. Brief but com- reputation among the civilized nationsof per, mercury, lead, sulphur, antimony

ii : I prehensive. However as the reputa- the world, and its credit was well zinc, tin, opals, manganese, bismnft
i it Main and Church Sts., Gainesville, Florida tion of this column demands, at most, settled by the prosperity of its in Mexico also produces coal, platinum,
nugatory persiflage, I am compelled to dustries. I graphite, asphalt, marble, and tap
m : One of Florida's Best hotels. Chen a score of ICO per cent. by wear a pencil to nothing in order that "After a short period of peace, quantities of petroleum. In the State

)i ; J State Hotel Commission. nothing shall injure said reputation.I thirty years in length, came the daysof of Chihuahua there are large an;
i I said "at most, nugatory per- fields. This coal is similar
the revolution of 1910!) led by Ma- to that
m iI I MEMBER AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE: ASSOCIATION siflage". Now why not go to the dero. That a revolution in the full huahua attained in 1908 a producing

: 1 other extreme and with a vacuous sense of the word was needed is not of three hundred thousand tons. ;
I 50 Rooms American Plan 35 Baths
t mental content do the least. The
"All these industries i
discussed at all by an intelligent Mex- gentleoo,
: I RATES $3.00 to $5.00 per day least, or at least, the super-least of ican; but Mexico did not need an over- have been paralyzed during the eight "

.( anything must approach nothing. I flow of pillage, bribery, and robbery. years of revolution. The destractwe
Steam Ilest Electric Fan and Hot Water In Every: Room Therefore with no thoughts in a
has also been
Mexico has been tormented by eight heavy. Railways aid
; S. OGDEN CIIADWICK, Manager non-existent brain I take up the sub found in Texas, but the State of Chi- Bridges have been blown up; stations

,,__ ___ ject of absence of being.
-- = '" : I cf destruction, incendiarism, pillage burned; villages raided, robbed, and I
Absence of should be cultivated years
fl being -
. I barbarism in one word we demolished; farms entirely destroyed
; may
'" by "rats". The old saying is
that a reign of chaos has com- "All phases of industries are waiting *
: that children should be and not
seen pletely destroyed the existing wealthof for the period of reaction. The
'I heard. A child has certain traits
Brown Bros Coo the country and the energy of its is when the American engineer will .
which are pleasing to the eye; there- i good citizens. have his opportunities for construct-
fore it is permitted to be seen. But
I "But calm follows storms which is ing new railroads; replacing the oH
the "rat" has, rule
as a outgrown any
I; Gainesville Florida a physical law on this earth, and there ones destroyed; constructing bridges, i
qualities pleasing to the sight. If i
f I is no doubt that Mexico will see, in highways, stations, electric plants, J
he comes from the "sticks" his
tl,: i.! Buyers! of hickory stumpage ?in I savors of the cow shed, and appearance I prosperity."I the near .future, days of peace and reads pavements, drainage which systems have not; fixing had city uj

the spots on his breeches betray the
will give now some infor- attention during eight years; ex .
Florida If you
have fact that
you any hickory Ole Mooley was wont to
' mation about the prosperity of the tending new lines of street cars building -
E. kick the
i over milk-pail. If he comes
I Republic of Mexico during those schools evelVfhere-and not with 1
trees write us. from the metropolis his attire offends
I' the have here. I
the eye with too great efflorescence of I thirty years of peace when Diaz was competition they
J : I' the president."In "Mexico is misjudged and misnnder-
necktie and much abbreviation of
stood by a great majority of the
the 1878 activity in the
talocn at the ankle. "Rats" will learn year
construction of railways started witha American people, but let me tell yes, 1
thru the medium of the implacablebelt
G.W1ZARING&C01lW gentlemen, that Mexico has had quite :
\ buckle that non-existence shouldbe line twenty-two and a half miles
a hard time trying to keep its independence i
Ii i their chief object in living. long, running between the cities of .
I : Now, then, young gentlemen, what Progreso: and Menda on the Yucatan. endangered by the ambi
:' do you eat at messhall? See title for peninsula. Since then this branch of I: tions of some European nations; put- ;
HOI4ESALE ROCERS answer. progress has grown speedily and according I I ting in order the masses of illiterate :

r J; JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA I What does Hawkshaw mean by carrying to a president's message of Indians, and trying to instruct them, !'

i I a revolver? Same answer. April 1909, there were 14,900 milesof having constantly difficult political l
railways in operation, valued at situations.: We must judge more
What has Prof. Buchholz got I
I against the manufacturers of tennis I) several hundred million dollars, the charitably and not only see defects,
, t \\VILSO & TOOMER implements? Not a thing in the government controlling two thirds of but recognize also good qualities.
world. them. The main lines run from the "The friendly relations between the

f; What does Di Corte see when Tich- capital to the frontier of the United United States and Mexico are got?

: nor swings a left to the point of the States, from Vera Cruz (a port on the to be closer in the near future. Mexk I

jaw? Nothing! clearly. Gulf of Mexico) to the capital, a mar- needs foreign labor, scientists, and
I FERTILIZER( COo What does the editor of The Alligator velous achievement of engineering, especially, ENGINEERS-of all End

j get for a quart of perspiration and one on the Isthmus of.Tehuante- "The wealth is right there in the
pec running between Puerto ground waiting for development>
exuded for every ten copies published? Mexicoon
: Practically nothing. the Gulf and Salincruz on the Pa- Great shall be the accomplishment d{ .

MANUFACTURERS OFt I What do you say when the Dark cific. Beside these main lines there the young American engineers, tad

Brigade direct a volley of scrubbing too are several branches connecting I I am sure they will make good friends
pails down the stairs and then the the states to the capital and to them-j down there and will come back bob
r lffi1l1if11! m31ID rI I command "Erooms Charge" routs your selves. with a different opinion of the coon-

i; JIIDID ]! lJ.t1J1IDIDID-r Sabbath morning slumbers Nothingout I "Commerce is a young child down try, an opinion which will help a whole
lUlE&iliJACKSONVILLE ( loud). there. In 1905 the Mexican merchant lot in the good relations of both 5'

"r Is there any use in passing exams marine comprised only thirty-two tions; because, gentlemen, the American
when two thirds of the highest mark steamers, making a total of about and Mexican eagles have to be

t FLORIDA I you can get represents twice nothing? fourteen thousand tons. As you can good pals in years to come."

i i I Is there anything in writing to Pa judge this cannot be called a mer- ,
I for coin? The biggest proportion of chant marine for a country so rich CORRECTION

y FIttST NATIONAL BANK the largest coin he could send stands and productive as Mexico is, and it
for nothing. is along this line that the Mexican
j ,I i GAl N ESVI LLE, FLA. Lay a silver dollar on the table and capital will invest heavily during the In publishing the results some ti*
INCORPORATED 188S mark around its circumference. What coming period of reaction. ago of the annual scholarship cutest '

S CAPITAL l $100,000.00 j I is the result? A cipher or nothing. "Imports in 1906-1907 were valuedat for the Pan-Hellenic loving csp

SURPLUS $100,000.00 j What is the answer? Spend the di- $112,000,000, approximately, and a mistake as to second place ***
1 ameter. You get all there is in it exports at $124,000,000. One half of made, unintentionally. The Pi KIP J*'

I that way. these were precious metals. A report Alpha fraternity won the cup, but &

-- What is the result Mien a .'rat"of given in that same year said that during stead of the Theta Chi's standing

OREENLE & CROSBY CO. amatory propensities osculates a the last decade of the nineteenth highest, as stated, the Kappa Aip
college widow? Nothing divided by century $60,500,000 was invested in fraternity came second with a mad
JEWELERSAI'1UPLATWUMSMITHS two; hence less than nothing.As livestock. On the eastern coast of of 38-100 of one point.

I you are getting nothing out of Lower California, on the coasts of the _

; 'S Noted for Reliability rf Fifty Years. this tells nonsense, and my gastric organ! Peninsula of Yucatan and the State of "I saw one of the most beams
me-and it
yet speaks nothingthat Campeche
vast pearl fisheries exist women on Ninth street last SaturW
41 West there is nothing in it, I will which produce several hundred and di JIff
t Bay Street thou- she invited me home to
close with the null and void ballad ofa sand dollars
during that period. with her."
nonentity entitled, "There aint no "These facts, gentlemen "Well, that all be conde>s ed
Jacksonville Florida use in nothing nohow". can give can
you. an idea of the enormous wealth into one word."-Ex.
Nothing to eat but food,
: Nothing to wear but clothes existing in Mexico, and if, with so
:5 Class PinsRingsMedals and Trophies. little activity and such
Nothing to see but sights, political unsatisfactory Professor: "I'm tempted to give rea
I Nothing to hear but sounds, have situation, such good results a whole chapter".
Nowhere to go but out, been obtained, just think the S Pupil on the back row: "Yield rJ.
amazing wealth that Mexico could
ac to temptation"Ex.Friday.



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1919 Spring & Summer Samples ,;,' ,I
on display At the Ag. Club Monday night Mr. :
Last the various
Saturday night '
Q 0 :
Nichols gave a fine talk on Pinellas fraternities of the University coop- : ;

Alteration, Repairing and Pressing county. A paper on "Sound Agricul- erated in getting up what was calleda FLORIDA r.: a
tural Practice for Present Conditions", "Pan-Hellenic Pp Dance". It was' E E ;
read by Mr. Schneider, was greatly held in the S. A. E. rooms. ;! :

--- ,,, enjoyed. Altho the affair was gotten up. on :t) '
The entertainment committee reported a few hours' notice it was a complete SHOESBURNETT
that plans for the pilau were success. Very snappy music was fur-

progressing.Short nished by the University Jazz.

talks by Major Floyd and Among those present were a few of _._ .
L"'''' ''' ''''' -'''''''
Prof. Willoughby were appreciated by Gainesville's famous visitors, the New

Gainesville Furniture (Co. the club. After the critic reported, York Giants, who proved to be as Ni!!
the club: adjourned. TlDLO
much at home on the ball room flooras CLOTHIER.4A'otl't .
Notice Members of AgriculturalClub they are on the baseball diamond.It .

D R Cox, Proprietor The annual pilau of the club will beheld has been rumored that a K. A.'s SIDE OF SQUARE iJ i-'

next Monday night. All members girl was up to the A. T. O. dance on -
are a"ged to meet at the ag. luilding a Pi K. A.'s bid-and she was wearinga '

at seven o'clock to go to the p !au. Sigma Nu's pin. -J J J. Y1 r( i c olIOIJ! k Io. r

---- FARR LITERARY DRUGGISTS 'g'TheeialIStore" :
I SOCIETY Dr. James M. Chapman, professor of :t
Phone 1 1
oratory gave an entertainment at for /i 1
The feature of the Agents
PALM PARLOR that evening was an be Trenton last Saturday night under the LIGGKT'S AND NO UK IS' CANDIES r rL': 1
announcement can not yet
auspices of the Trenton High school
made public, but which delighted the fl'
before a very large audience. He addressed SEE
:inner man of every one present at the },
another large audience at the
Monday night meeting of Farr Lit. A. J. "V'"J..cl.al 1
< same place Sunday night.
, Je y 0e S&xeCandy '
(O1'-(ea1J Stein and Friedlander did as they FOR tji
were slated to do on the program and Professor Marks and Dr. Chapmanare Drugs, Stationary, Toilet Articles, ,
Candies Souvenir Cards i i'alerman's
successfully combatted arguments li
arranging a fine program to be ,
presented by the various members in Pens t
presented in the gymnasium soon. .1,.t + 1
of the side "Re-
support negative I
1I Soda and '.
Cigars. solved, that Home Rule for Ireland, DEAN TRUSLER SPEAKSTO Come to i; I

as provided in the Bill of 1914 is de WOMAN'S CLUBS Doran's Bicycle Shop rh J

--- sirable". Stein, Friedlander and Williams 218 East Main Street t 1!

are to uphold the affirmative of I In to invitation from L 1
response an for BICYCLES, MOTORYCLE.
, Diamond Ice Co. this proposition in the debate with the GainesvilleVoman's- Club, DeanH. ACCESSORIES REPAIRaa

1 t John Marshall next Friday night. I R. Trusler, of the Law College, ad- 11

1 Manufacturers of dressed that body Monday afternoonin

3 Finest Crystal Ice PEABODY CLUBA the Elks' club at a consolidated The New Edison .

1 Cold Storage in Connection meeting of the Alachua county chap- i3
GAINESVILLE debate, "Resolved, that applicantsfor ters of the Literary Women's Clubsof "THE PHONOGRAPH WITH } ; :\
FLORIDA marriage in the United States America. '

should be required to pass a mental l .
-- -- -- His address, under the title of"Women's A SOUL"
3 and physical examination", was ear- Clubs", was instructive and
1 1.5. BODIFORD & CO. nestly entered into by the meeting last interesting to all. It consisted of a Talking11achi .es ', i j

The Alachua Monday. Mr. Miles who was on the brief outline of the history of women's
i imitate the Artists-:: :the ;;:i \
negative failed to appear so the pre- I clubs, beginning at the inception of

;, Restaurant and Lunch Room GAINESVILLE FLORIDA s'ding officer appointed Mr. DeSilva the first one in New York'over 51 New Edison Re-Creates ;
Prescriptions Called for and Delivered and Mr. Diamond to take his place and years ago.
1 FOR FREE assist Mr. Walker. Messrs. Moyer It was the Dean's idea that the ben- music in all its original ;
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN and O'Bryant upheld the affirmative.It .
efits of such organizations were multi I II
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was a hot contest and some good fold mutual beauty. .
i'h including helpfulness as
Haifa block from Atlantic Coast Line
1.h old fashioned "spread eagle" stuff was presented in a united study of art, I Come to our store and learn i i .

DepotTelephone BARBAR SHOP put forth. The judges decided' in favor literature, science, and kindred pur- I of what we mean by the phrase"Music's ti; .
.1>>.>7 of the affirmative by a two-to-one suits. One incidental benefit whichhe '1

r.e Promptness Courtesy stressed was the development of Re-Creation.
: Gainesville - Florida \ Mr. Ito, a visitor, respondedto i.
i'a Satisfaction courage in the men who spoke before THE EDISON SHOP :
: I the call for a speech and gave a these organizations.DR. ;
short, excellent talk on the educational "
On the SquareNorth Side
system of Japan. :\ { SPEAKS AT Y. i

.tte University
Silage Cost? Murphree spoke at the "Y"
: ; i The query, "Resolved, that private meeting Sunday. He took for his text (Basement Language Hall)
al Acres used and cultivatedtime GAINESVILLE FLORIDAMOLNAR'S corporation ownership of railroads is the 17th chapter of John and spokeon ;

res and again, and gone more efficient than government ownership" the spiritual needs of the body. He Everythingfor a
: I was decided in favor of the affirmative showed that the spiritual life is different -
the fodder are .
over to ,
get --- ----------
the weekly meeting
I at from other forms of life in '
eco the big items in cost. John Marshall Saturday morning. The that it alone has the power to accept -

,g Nitrate, as Top Dressing affirmative was supported by Edrehi the food or substance upon which it
and Madison, while the negative was lives, and that a man may die a spirit-
worked when cultivating Students
jn .
111, upheld by Alderman and Hardee. ual death surrounded by an abundanceof ;;

ls. will cheapen production. Prices are Just flight and Food: is After the debate Dixie Beggs gavea food. He showed that the spiritualside !

be Bigger, better stalks and Served as You Like it very interesting and entertainingtalk of man has an instinctive and :
::1t. bigger ears will result. ASK ANYBODY on parachuting and ballooning in natural hunger for an eternal and per- FORD HEADQUARTERS Il

of ... the United States Army. Accordingto fect Being, and that if we are to be-
--- ----- --- J.H. ALDERMAN, Proprietor
.nd Send post card for free book on Mr. Beggs, the parachutes are come full, well-rounded men we must .
ldsne "Corn Cultivation" fastened to a person's body so that he satisfy this craving in Jesus Christ. THEHOMEOFTHEFAMOUSFORD: { ,

: ca. jump from a balloon either headfirst From this he showed that the "Y:I I :- .

mole. DR. WILLIAM S. MYERS W .S. Dorsey & Co. or feet first. The reason for this I was one 01 tne most.; essential things to ;
I is that when the balloon is hit by a the life and spirit and welfare of the : .ij
25 Madison Avenue, New York in GROCERIESFor has six .
:}1a.or EVERYTHING rifle ball, the aeronaut only University and that no man here could j
seconds to leave the balloon before it afford to be indifferent to it. ,
be Good ness Sat+ falls on him."It '
American Shoe Drink D 0 rs e y.Delight Coif eeJUS. ; usually requires a' fall of from SUWANNEE COUNTY MEN MOTOR CARSAccessories ; ,
one hundred and fifty to two hundred ORGANIZEThe I
Supplies And Repairs
feet for the parachute to open up",

Repair Company said Mr. Beggs; "and in case of fallingover men from Suwannee county met fif
four hundred feet without theparachute's last week and organizedthe ;f
Wednesday of >>:>> :>OO& ;' I
,T J. SEYKURA opening the terrific rate Suwannee County Club. The following -
;jne 114 West Main, North GainesvilleCocaCola !i: I
of speed will cause a person's officers were elected:
on- Telephone 139 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR stop beating". President, R. L. Westmoreland; : !

cuPS Barnes, DeVane, and Stanley were vice president, W. S. Airth; secretaryand i .,
Electric Appliances, Electric: Repairing appointed to select a judge for the debate treasurer, M. A. Baker; critic, I
PPio Sterling National Mazda Lamps, All John Marshall and Farr Bottling Co. '
between J. R.
R. T. Miller; press reporter 1"
ext .Gall and Delivery Free Sizes. 32 volt .Mazdas for farm lighting Lit., which comes off April 4. Blume. Corner Virginia Ate and totes; St.Gainesville "J

I The club is not very large, but it is F. 'j \
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; ': :;.r. ': :- BENTON planned to start a campaign that will

rglfl SOCIETYThe bring more men from Suwannee __ _>>_..: I!

I county next year and increase the j

W.THOMAS Treasurer O. H. THOMAS. Secretary program for the evening consisted club to two or three times its present I I
T P rIlOf.President R.
:ifd of an address by Prof. Chandler size.

:'dJ11Der> Inc. on "The Oil and Natural Gas In- GARAGEJ. j
Thomas Company STAR
dustry in the United States", and a tion of the transportation of the ,oil

paper by Mr. Curtis on the develop- from the Oklahoma fields to New R. FOWLER, Proprietcv i
:used HARDWARE, IMPLEMENTS ment made in aviation during the war. York and other distant points by pipe i

Gainesville, Fla. The talk by Professor Chandler was line, and a discussion of the method Dealer in Automobiles and Accessories i
not only exceedingly interesting and of marketing the refined products.Mr. .
-AGENTS FOR- entertaining but also very instructiveThe Curtis' talk dealt principal Distributor for
Levy, Putnam and St.Johns
' you,'-. THE INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. geology of the oil fields of this with the improvements made along th Alachua Counties '
j country was mentioned, following line of accessories. Special mention i
, J1!: and which the methods of prospecting and was made of the improvements ir Union Street and Virginia Avenue

THE JOHN DEERE PLOW CO. drilling were gone into in some detail. navigating instruments wireless and HA1NESV1LLE. Fl,Ar .

All Kinds of Farming Tools The talk was concluded with a descrip- cnmPrna




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I I Ji LOCALS Mrs C. D. Stnith.was at the : L .v ; C ,... -, ,
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I University this week and went over all .. .
i S .Heine Ball, old University student accounts and claims nft_ reference .: .
an S. i 0 i- .. ,. 3' :
S and football star, was in Gaines-; the Voeatiopal and S. A..:T. C.:units. s- -- : "j[ One Strongest andoraecCs
.5 t4\ ( I3en.t1St' I "i) b'b'ty. 'zgnQV g <4 ) -: Ha .aka.%. fe&fckCpiKsr ,sijrgccsecith "Cit.h c Otte thr: af. TjerKKSieeher
records here, and said .March 25tt*. to. select 8esf Colleges)1)
Office Graham Bldg.: -- 'sh'ps. |I i 'f R. L. Bridges wandered, away to they,:were ,the best that he bad:seen her representatives i in the :Triangular the Country
I i I 1! Gainesville, Ffa.l Prone? 258J .I spend a little-time with his folks.last on his inspection. .of the various col- debate' ;with.South Carolina and Florid .." ;

week end. leges. .. ". The debate is to take place in . ,
: 1 1 Major'A. A. Lotspeich, alumnus I The class: in Education IV: holds up I the latter part of April or,the first '. .'
t tI-I UNCLE 'MOSESH: of the University, was on the campus Professor'Buchholz: as. a:true exponent part of 'Mayt: .: 1. College of Arts and Sciences
: I last ,week. "Daddy"; as he was af-II of the Socratic method; as when he 2. Normal School 'and School

Hi MONEY TO LOAN I fectionctely nicknamed, by his classmates I gets thru with them they find out they Wellesly was unsuccessful in her of Education." *'
spent a very enjoyable portion: know nothing; and in: his expression!= debating this year with Vassar and
; .! Strings' for Musical Instruments of his furlough-renewing'old acquaintances -i are "mere'worms; of;the dust". Radcliffe. She:dropped.both. contests, 3. School of Home Economics, ,"

i''f' ., 140-112 West_Union Street f 'II and noting the improvement: and "Rat" Franklin spent,a most joyous I j I to her opponents The query was, 4. School of Music. ... .
[ I growth of his Alma Mater. He was a I week end with the future "Mrs.". in "Resolved, that a policy of Universalfree 5. School of:Art. .
DAMATO'-' star football' player during- the years Jacksonville, last :week. I trade should .be upheld by the ,6. School of'Expression.; : 1
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NICK SPRING .i i here. We, have several ,
when "Florida" had its strongest 'I League; of Nations" 7. Depaitment t ,of Business.'
Next 'McCollum's'Drug. Store teams. evidences it on the campus :The I 8. ExtPnsidn Division in Home
; I 1-- Mess"HallV manners are changingfor first sign was the straw lid exhibitedby The Tuskegee Student of March 1st .
Phone '
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i' the better, and if improvement continues ,"Hot Water Charlie" The second I' was the Annual Conference: number.
HIGH GRADE it may soon live up to the was the game ;of marbles started by It gave a detailed ,account, of. the 9. Graduatc'Schoo1. .. .,.. : .
.i name of The Commons. Such phrasesas Zeder, Hartman and Sundy. Theiri events. of the Twenty-Eighth Annual
t r i t f TAILORING' "Would you be so 'kind as to pass play was rather poor, ,but ,they 'all i Tuskegee Negro Conference* This conference Tuition free'in all courses ex-

([, ., me the syrup" and "Thank you for showed an extraordinary ability ,on was founded _.by' ,Booker .T. cept private lessons in Music,
) the butter", and "Here, waiter, get us "fudging" and: getting away with it, Washington to promote thrift, better Art,and Expression.For i .. '; .
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The third .sign Zeder's kiteThe !
was social conditions scientific
r some potatoes", are in use, tho are and more
:. Ilj still unaccustomed sounds upon the kite, was a failure Sunday morning i farming among -the" negroes. of .the . ,
j i' : ears of all. Now that we have tablecloths because, it had; too much.tail as was South. _
afterwards discovered, but Sunday afternoon catalogue and other information -
and the
napkins- only improve-
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ment that we can suggest is that the studying up on The Brenau Glee Club is going: to :
t. / fellows-all, get-napkin-rings., physics, Zeder tried agiliTand' succeed tour the .state of Georgia the near
;.- -. .. L; Z. Morgan was elected managerof sd. j future. They.are going'to; stop.at the r : J JQQL.LE.G.E
I 1: the football team for 1919' at a For some reason or other, certainly j University of Georgia and other stops I REbIS.TRAB.: ;
': meeting of the Athletic Board last not; on; account of, the good food, the are being planned. The Alchemist re-
exuberance of spirit of the student I '
I week very FQR
'i ports the Glee Club the best that Bre- _
,. : Country DeVane,. Yancey and Mc- body overflowed at Mess Hall last I, nau has -ever put out.. ._ .. :
\ I. Thursday ,at and table WOMENTALLAHASSEE
key spent a pleasant week end at their supper every I I
Ii! gave nine raps with .the name of some I
I' homes in Plant City. Country went Unlaundered .. FLA.MARABLE jI 1I j
I.; The Good OldDays Of Sum- home first, but considerately left a campus celebrity on the end of it.I I u
Ii I ","Car 1ina",said Mrs. Brown, "have
Vigil, Edrehi, Wallace,' Miss' Raa Van .
little of the town for McKey and Yan- ;
; 111ct"You'\ViIJ"Find It'Vo"rth "
i 1I0useholde'T'nd you seen Katherine's fiance? I-. ...
Eepoel, hookwormwere .; .
to when they arrived. He -
fi; Your'While If You .Patronize cey some. 'of them. "No, ma'am it ain't. been..in, the
also -
back his
treat for
i.: Tailor! 'Who Can Fit' You Out the brought way of eats a armyin STJJDSNT GOVERNMENT__ ''wash yet".:Ex. ,

; t; : In Style. A distinguished visitor at the Uni- PLAN NOT. DEAD YET ..
i. .f',: You will find here Delect a range versity last week was Doctor K. Sato, First Nut-"How is Alice progressing -
; i <'' biles and m''dels' as j.oinill: in the Assistant Professor, College of Agri- in her:. race. for a husband?" I Is the official photographer
There seems to be some apprehension
!\\1 j bestFasbinn, Centers of Metropolita1i'e.ANDATGBEATLYLOWER 1\ culture, Imperial ,University Tokyo Second Ditto-"Judging from whatI fcr the University Florida
on the regarding they fate
:i-i- ; PRID He is interested in rural 'economics campus ', saw through her window, I'd say 1
of Student 5
Government. Some of its
she's on her last lap'Ex.. I
i and to home with him
hopes carry friends and
supporters apparently fear I t I .
TICS- in to afire of .
i addition array
I : !:i some valuable knowledge and informa- that ithas.8ufferoo, untimely death
f tel conservative BUSINESS'MODfcLS,: 1 tion about rural communities in- the I I draw the:line op kissing, .
at the :hands of the-Senior. class.: ,
;, : Southern States and especially in Such however is:not the.case,!Altho She said in accents 'fine;
But he
was a. football player
Florida. the Ted is'slow .
1Zf- tape unraveling the
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prinku$; Dell Hart on returning to his room And so he'crossed,the line. YORK/RACKET
end is in sight,and in a short'time the N ./. . ;
last Saturday noon found himself the '
E i:; : send it, toPEPPER. proud possessor of' a family. A cat draft to the wjll student be ready body. presentation If it meets: with "Pint": 1\Iy..pete! You've got al I Agent.forFLORSHE1M -

--.-' with several new born kittens- had approval at that lime. it. will in all shape like a match". SHQES
t i taken complete' possession of Dell'strunk. into Pete: "Well, match has
: I probability go immediate effect.R. a a head;
;'\ .:._ :, ," T.. HARGRAVE. that's more than you've got".-Ex..
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MKMIIKUX UP MKMIIRHH OP man,Kodaks and,supplies, Reach's Baseball Goods Louisville ,Bats all latest

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