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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
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: April 4, 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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F TITANIC STRUGGLE OVER STUDENT SELF--'( DEBATE- FOR CUP BETWEEN---- '

JOHN MARSHALL AND FARR FLORIDA HOLDS GIANTS DOWN TO EIGHT 1

GOVERNMENT WILL TAKE LIT. TAKES PLACE TONIGHT

PLACE IN RUNS IN GAME PLAYED ON FLEMING'i.
Tonight at 7:30 o'clock will be held
CHAPEL NEXT TUESDAY what many think is the biggest inter- i+

society debate of the year when the FIELD LAST FRIDAYNew

Farr Literary Society, of the Art
Plan Has Many Supporters and Many Opposors, While Great and Science College, and the John

Many Are "On the Fence"" and Are Waiting to See a the Marshall Society, of the Law College, York Times Carries Half-Column Story Written in Humorous '

Proposed Constitution Before Falling to Either Side meet on the query, ."Resolved that Manner by its Correspondent Who Saw the Game. Says
home rule for Ireland as provided in Florida Certainly Needs the Suits.
the Home Rule Bill of 1914, is desirable" -
EOTH SIDES DECLARE
THEMSELVES
ON PRINCIPLESIt .
Stein Friedlander GIANTS MEET RED SOX MONDAY AND TUESDAY
and Williams, : ,,' j
is reported that Austria is mob- 'hould! burn: your hands that for Farr Lit., have the affirmative I h \.

ilizing her armies'for another war night learn. That is the only "ex.you while Bailey, Norton, and Mellor have Florida put up a presentable game Connors, ss; Richburg, 3b; Whitfield Ii !
is creat'ng' quite the negative side of the Both of ball in the contest between her Ib
and the news a sensation perience" that you would gain. question. ; Wilson ss; Hart, 2b; Hardee c;
over the world. Austr has This matter wasahrashed out societies have sworn to win the cup. baseball nine and the New York Giants don p. ill j ,t

nothing: on the University of Florida years ago and ths system was some If John Marshall wins it, the cup Tast Friday. Altho they did not score "Errors-Winters, Connors, Whit- .1

however for forces en the campus are nounced a ghastly farce. "Ah", pro- will become the permanent propertyof our team held the big leaguers downto field (2)). '" Js 1 I

being mobilized and ammun'tion is say, "but the school has grown". you We' that society, as this will make three eight runs. Giants _......... 4 4200110o..8 f 4

being manufactured for a titanic tell you that it is as individuals that i consecutive years that the Lawyers McCallum Coxe, and Liddon did the Florida 'W."._". 000000000-0 ,-
the question of Student will have come out victorious in the inter- pitching for Florida while Hardee ,
trugle over have
to
;; you carry this through, : I
Gon rDment. Ever since the Senior and is the average student more ma- society debates. Farr Lit., on the and Work did the catching. The The Times man was either bent or. I

committee that has been working outa ture now than he was then? Not by other hand has never won the cup, Giants' batteries were McCarty and providing a little fun for the New '
student' self-government plan an- several years. and is determined that this year mustsee Polan, pitchers; Winters and Brogan, York baseball fans or he failed to ,

nounced that the draft of the proposed Finally this ,system has not proved the beginning of a new championon catchers. take into consideration the fact that f t

constitution was almost complete,: success. in other schools whatever the campus, and that this cham- The New York Times correspondent Florida's present team is made up almost 11
slumbering rebellion began to break demagogues may say to the contrary.You pion must be the Farr Literary So- who is with the Giants in Gainesville entirely of new and raw mate-
ciety. Thus, the students antici- wrote of the : slat, most of
the are game the players
elements
cut,in certain on campus. ask "Why do they not drop it?" having been
Scap-box orators are hissing forth Because to do so would be to pating a fight such as has never taken "It was the first real game for both out of high school for less than a

their denunciations of the proposed to 'their faculties, "\Vet have failed.say place before in debating circles on this clubs and tho the first Florida pitcher 'year. For players of so little experience I 1
campus. got off to a shaky start on the whole to hold the )
"yoke"; ardent supporters.of the student Relieve us of this burden which we I famous New York
the college team put up quite a pre- Giants down to '
ruthlessly a score of 8
government;, plan ,are 'annot carry. Their pride will not runs, is
striking back with denunciations of let them. PROMINENT SPEAKERS AT sentable game of ball. They made I not held by most people to be a sub
the rebelsto CHAPEL TODAY only three errors, tho two were infield ject for irony and ridicule. The
the motives that actuate Think well before you become a as- ; I
kick against "democratic ideals and slave to th's logo n. "Every, man his muffs of the easiest kind. tonishing thing to the spectators at I
at Dr. Rosalie S. "The drew crowd of about the
Today Chapel, game a a game Friday was that the
the high: principles of a greater brother's betrayer". score
brotherhood among students." SONS OF FREEDOM Morton, a sergeant-major in the Serbian thousand which swarmed over the I did not run up in the twenties" in the 1
army and one of the foremost little grand stand and bleachers. The Giants' favor. : '
Today would have witnessed a battl by Commit*e <"* 'ublic Safety.
comparable to the, battles, of physicians and surgeons in the United proceeds are to equip the 'Varsity Monday and Tuesday the Jbfe con-
: President States will address the student body. nine with new uniforms. They need test of the season will be staM when I
Thierry, had not
Chateau
requested, that all student THE 1'RINCli>i.t > OF STUDENT Dr. Morton is working for the rehabilitation them. Liddon their third pitcher, the ,Boston Red Sox, winners of the j

natters Murphree be postponed for ,consldera- GOVERNMENTFellow of Serbia, and she believes wore a pair of stockings that _had Work c; McCallum, p; Coxe, p; Lid-
that the best way to rebuild that more holes than a slice of Swiss pennant last year, will cross bats with
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Tuesday's Chapel, on ;\
until next
ton: --
Students: We who support country economically politically and cheese. the Giants.
of the arrival of severaltprominent -,
account: who will, address the I student self-government desire ti call socially, is to place Serbian boys in "Preacher Perryman, who once up- Tickets at the prices of $1.10, 55c,

speakers The Universitywill your attention to a few of the high American colleges and universities on,a time belonged to the Giants and 30c, are to go on sale at Miller's .
students this noon. principles involved. where they may study American principles later pitched in the American Leaguefor Wednesday morning. Also accommo- ,
declare holiday Tuesday I :
have to a and methods. the St. Louis: is the'ach dations (
and against student '1. One of the most significant values Browns for parking cars on the field
if all the'orators for to have a chanceto student. self-government is the Dr. Morton, waS* made a sergeant- for the Florida team and he made abad are being made by Coach A. L. Buser .
government are opportunity to meet what is perhapsthe major in the Serbian, army the high- guess with his pitchers. Had he of the
voice the sentiments that are burning : greatest demand of democracy est rank which can be given to a started Coxe, his second pitcher or University'F
within! them. ,
for utterance aqtive\ willing participation in the responsibilities foreign non-combatant, because of her L1ddon. who finished, the game prob- DR.
the ; McKEEN
that ?
GIVESSPLENDID
that time it is expected
By
of the in which distinguished service both during the ably would have been much closer. i
group
tentative draft of the constitution will lives: typhus; epidemic in Serbia and whileat "But Perryman selected one McCal- TALK i
one f'
be ready, ,so the arguments substantial may, ba 2... If we should adopt student self-i the "front. She is a Professor in lum to start and by the time this I ATY.M.C.A. :
based on something' more would automaticallyconvert the New York Polyclinic Post Gradu-. young man had pitched a dozen balls I
government. we
tan hot air.: :However, some pretty the student body into a student 1 ate Medical School and Hospital and I he thought the storm had struck Last Sunday afternoon at the regu'f I I
of
good ,arguments'on the principle brotherhood which would enable attending surgeon in the Vanderbilt Gainesville. lar meeting of the Y. M. C. A. those f I

student government have been handed the student body to perform its functions Clinic of the College of Physicians "Four runs were pried out of him who were present listened for about
in to the editor and they are printed efficiently than it does un- ind Surgeons the Medical Departmentf before he got rid of a man and then forty-five minutes to one of the most

side by side for the perusal of the der the more present system of government.The ) Columbia University. the good-natured Doyle gave him a I forceful speeches that they had ever !i

Alligator's readers. student body would be able to Another speaker in Chapel this friendly lift by trying to take two I heard. Dr. McKeen, member of the

AN APPEAL TO YOUR REASON mold character to safeguard the noon will be Mr. Pettijohn, chief ofJie bases on Zimmerman's: bunt hit, and Blue Ridge Y. M. C. A, faculty and

health of.)its members to teach, U Educat'onal Extension of the Bu- was thrown out at third for the first specialist in community service work,
protect its members from the indifferent ,eau of Education Dept. of the Inter. out. was the speaker. He is being sent out _
There is a group of men on this and the vicious: : to bring th cr, Washington, D. C. This Extension "McCallum stayed it one more inning by the Y. M. C. A. Council to insti- .

campus who have raised the insidiouscry weakest up to normal standards.,Student is now promoting the greatest and the Giants got to him for tute and organize community work in
of "Student Government". l\Jen. government \,ould encourage alto .cork that it ever undertook for it is three more hits and two runs. Of the various sections of the Southeastern

you are taking upon yourselves a reach for ,new and higher: ideals. So seeking to accomplish the American- twelve Giant singles eight were Department. He being, in Gainesville,
grave responsibility when you allow I I we _see that a common aim would de. ation of all foreigners in the coun- pushed out of the system of McCallum. Secretary White asked him to talk to

yourselves to be dragged into this velop, and that there would be a great try. To this end the colleges and universities ."Coxe who succeeded him, did much the boys at the University.Dr. .

thing. Perhaps you have not thoughtof moral development for all concernedif are being asked to undertakeas better. He had a pretty good curve McKeen did not attempt to pre-

all this mean to you. we unite to form a student brother- much extension work as they can, ball, and it fooled the Giants pretty sent any religious arguments. He did
You are taking the government hood. iv'ng instruction to foreigners by well. They made only four hits off not speak from the standpoint of a

from the hands of a group of men .;. No,brother student will be spied correspondence. The Federal govern- him in as many innings. Liddon, a minister. His lecture was a speech of
vrtjo have made the subject tfott'' but each student will! \>e \umox a. tic %ill gay ill expenses of this ex- Flartez edition of Eppa Tlaey the, ,the most practical nature: Jt cazo

study for years, for decades, who have r bound upon to aid in promoting good conduct tension'work done by the colleges and Virginia left-hander was Perryman'sthird straight from the shoulder; a pointedand

made ,it their_lifework, and, puttingit on the campus and elsewhere choice and in his two inningsthe impressive piece of advice on how : '
into immature hands at best., when the honor and .glory of our institution STUDENT ORATOR BREAKS Giants did not allow a hit. to live and get the most out of this
should I FORTH IN CHAPEL "The Florida players aboutS life.
we were
Ask yourselves, "Why is at stake. If a man shouldsee {
is powerful at bat team of At some length he explained the vir-
wish this? The lust for power .a fellow student committing a as a
the only answer., And why shouldwe misdemeanor, it would be his duty. Oratory burst forth rampant in Frenchmen. They matched the twelve tues of Accuracy, Concentration *' j

wish this power? Are you dissatisfied first, Jo caution the sad student and Chapel last Friday. First the stu- Giant hits with twelve strikeouts. Cheerfullness, Reverence and Honesty z ;
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with the government of tlje, to get him to behave as a man ent-body! was swayed to one side and Lieutenant Jesse Winters started on to be the primal and indispensible : I\
faculty? Have they been autocratic! shquld try do. Then if the student per- then the other on the question of them and went five innings the first factors,; in every real success. lie 1

or unfa? NO. You have no grie- s'stedin committing the said act willfully vhether or not there should be an ad- Giant pitcher to go that long. Dur- said that the embodiment of all these ( I

vance. But this little group of pedantmen he should be reported. Thisis TrssTcn price to the game. Professor ing his term Florida got only two men qualities in a man will bring him into : ;

wish this, for the same reason the, duty of every student in this Grimm presented the question for dis- to base; one was a scratch and one off his fullest being; make him of inestimable i j'

that the small boy wants the hatchet. institution whether we adopt student ussion and then our promising young Winters' wild throw. Jesse struck value to the community, of :

They want to play with this thing to self-government or not, and if a student orators, Blvens, Frank DeVane, Har- out seven. more satisfaction to themselves and a
gain "experience". Good. But is the loves his college he will performthis ;:rave, Johnson Buser, Edrehi and "Godfrey Brogan the Bronx left- truly Godly character. i'
end worth the means? Rememberthat duty. Norton expressed their views on the hander succeeded Jesse and allowed The negro quartette from town was t1

it is with the Characters the 4. There will be no hard and fast tyranny of such a policy in forceful two hits and passed a man. The only present and added much to the enjoyment

Careers, the very Lives of you men rules laid down for every little devilisl nd fiowery language.! hit to the outfield was made to Canovain of the meeting. They rendered

that they propose experiment.. but each individual case will b- The "autocrats", as their opponents the ninth. Brogan fanned five. several selections which were
act
Perhaps you, personally are in- considered on its particular merits, fondly spoke of them, won out; and Second Baseman Hart was the most very original and the harmony could
advocate an admission price was charged to the industrious competitor of strike-out hardly be improved. '

volved in this, movement, are an and thus conduct would have to b(
Then who are you that you regulated accordingly to preven* baseball game batween the Universityteam statistics. The only reason that he

should set yourself, and your judg- abuses and anachronisms. There wouldbe and the Giants. It was after- fanned only thrice was that he was Claude C. Bovay, of Gardner, Fla.,
of this yards announced that over $100 was up only three times. is in the U.
ment above the tried 'men no more eleven-o'clock hazing parties now S. Navy in Austriaas
faculty 'If you were asked to serveas and midnight: bombardments if taken in at the game. "Giants-Burns, If; Thorpe, If; second-class electrician on the Austrian -
The lawyers turned out in force, and Young rf; Chase Ih Miller, Ib
an official on this government each man was responsible. ; ; ship "Zrinyi", and writes that
could you look down into your soul 5. Are you individually able to took a very active part in the discus- Kauff, cf; Doyle 2b; Sicking 2b; he wants to get home in time to takea

and saj, "This is the man?" control yourselves? If so, surely we sion. They are spirited fellows and Zimmerman 3b; Gillespie 3b; Fletcher course in the summer school of the
You will say that some members of are ready for student self-government. the rest of the boys wish they would I ss; Baird ss; McCarty, c; Polan University. Bovay was here in the
the faculty are not opposed to this romp to rharw1 more and add c; Winters, p; Brogan, p. spring of 1917, and was here again

movement. They are willing that you ( Continued on page three ) general assemblies. "Florida-Ogilvie, cf; Madison If; last spring for the review course.

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T I -. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Whenever there is anything of t special' event free of charge to I HfOf KL' ?Ei' /IINTOI.EJacksonville

{ importance to happen in Gain s- all University men. Simple co-,i Florid

I Printed and 'published 'oy students yule, the cadet'corps is there to I operation and manifested appre- ModernFireproof 200 rooms 150 with bath

"-of. the University of Florida every help out with the celebration ciatiorys all we need to keep Eol, for students

r f Thursday i in their own_pnnt shop on has figured in, every celebration, sheviki i down on our campus. Headquarters of :
tf1e-earrpus:. ", and done it with I
t;:; pleasure. They Florida
University
;',. .*.. -- .",J perform annually for the Ala- RHODES SCHOLARSHIPS {I the& and
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-" Staff S Jiua: County Fair. They rendered i ,. their friends. i
I NUKE; \YJLLIAM$. ....Ed tor ip Chief service in the S. A. T. C. "
1 'AMIN ARCHKll...'. MnS. Editor Some, decades Cecil
nit -EN ago
it the day plan and
; victory celebration.. Also, 5- Rates 1.50 per European upwards. !
Ed torREGINALD
LOUIS TATOM .4'st.'Mrr. Rhodes renowned"EnglisK-
: the band has been useful 'a J.B.POUND Pres. H.R.HARPER
on sev-
Local. Editor Ma
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and South African diamond
I NAN E. HUKF <. ..,. <& .-'.::ty Editor 3ral occasions, for instance in man, "
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: king, put into effect a: plan by SMOKE -
UEWEY DYE Tcntribat'ns; Editor the welcome given the Giants !
IIFRBT. FRIED1a; DER, Ex. Editor :ccently. Both the band and the which he wished.to secure-a lasting Crawford's Blunt ;
I peace in the world thru the
Battalion have been,and.will continue -
''Iltmricss Department liieuium of higher education. He i
THE ORIGINAL
: to be glad to be-on the pro- < ,
iE' .I\H STOUTAMIIE..ilu;" Mgr. originated a comprehensive ana r -
\ AI.TElTfcCfojr': : Circulation Mjrr.r.ANlUfX jram of any special event com- iar-ieaching scheme of education 5 c Cigar Union Made '
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off in the
Printer's Dei.Li.un.il .ig city;
: HUNTER
; ,. ; Now the need of this flag is : which: is,,at present, com- Made: by,A.GBarbpr Cigar Factory,.GainesvilleFlorida

R! as se,ond-c1bu* matt rSeplerrber elf-evfdent., We think every- paratively little known ana ," ----

I, GanesUeFILunder:: '23. l'J12, at the'tha potofficeiat Act of jqdy, .would be glad, to "see us tnougnt: of, especially-. in America. MONEY TO LOAN AT A ..

N ,w3Itrd ,3d,"1 ; ), .. carrying one, especially on Wed- "-
Place. all communications and news icsday afternoons. Because of The plan 'was briefly, to bring.oyetiicr RELI BL I. PAWN SHOP =

."items" inx>xesdesi natzd" for that he: wonderful interest of the the hest.hrains of the .. 102,West Main Street N.
9! II r'j""rse,- in Peabody and Language' Gainesville' citizens .e oiug nations of the world-to
i i -. ,'. in the Uni- A Full Line of Musical Instruments
I Ii HalU. lave them confer .over the mo- ,,
4 .-. ,U3c-TheI.Floida; ; Alligator, $1.00. :/eisity, we feel that all that i is .
iI : t .. r .essary for securing this flags aientous problems of the world I .. '

I ." t ;r" t :, ;' .-TIME .. -, to let them know how much in t.,'eir studies at Oxford.' His, \ -5--

ve want it. ";' idea was a forward-looking:: i and ll
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s\Ve all concur .with Dr. .Mur-
aio tae leaders of the natiojis.1
I *pin.es. in.:Jiis. decision that there BOLSHEVISM I At Oxiord these leaders' were l
will.Le-no'change in the'Univer- I
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ity time., Let the Senators filibuster i Dimply preparing. themselves' for I I MILLER'Agent
'.s The last Chapel assemblage I 1 OAeater: service to -the world. in :
let the rail-
all like .
they .
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witnessed flights of oratory little later life. ..
loads V.r.shirtgton, or anybody '
; I :anticipated or thought capable in hip will Mr. Rhodes stated:
'else set their clocks according. to i
I' 3f, the students. participating. Tne object is that an under For
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their'-own desires;j the U. of F. '
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Who. would have dreamed we standing between the three :
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na/I
,mill remain, calm, and undis- Powers (( / j ,(I /IIU(1)raLt
f : v < possessed:: such statesmanlike Treat will render war :
turbed.. .
prowess on our campus? Who I impossible; and. education::' re.aticns : "S
I f f The people to the north, south, fever thought, even Dr. Chapman, make the trongt-st! tie."I :: < cast:of've.st of us can get upan I
there were existing in our, midst,I riy the three Great .Powers heueant ,.. /" Of-'Jacksonville.DK. .
hour later if they want to, but I
men capable of delivering England, the Uniteiistates
the U. cf F. will be early'bird: :
masterpieces eloquence,' vhich ::; and Germany."I .
l light i on. .... ,
: ,._ ( served; not only to deal stunning or'carrying,.into effect this

1.l 1./ ',.' s: .. I olows I to the 'opposition but even very liberal, idea, Mr. Rhodes )It

l .,:IA"FLAG, FOR.,FLORIDA,* .-o: astonish the faculty,? aiu aside a slim of money'
t.., '* ,'\ I L')1_ "" frond I -
r i t j f ., The occasion was a memorableone. scholarships for students

[ '. They cadet battalion has dress While we do' not ,need any the three :countries,,and, the eoo-. -

t .' 4>u tade, weekly ..without a very more questions of exactly that ..nes, etc of Great Britain. Ill'' GORDON B. TfsoxDi.NTjyr : Do you need a Collar Pin a

prominent and essential feature' nature. to discuss. we do need to the United States, each state has t pair'of Cuff Links, a Collar

I ', of the occasion. namely, a cadet have the forum conducted in that tne privilege of sending stn- "w -: '" -.- Button or anything in the

.' :I corps.flag. manner every Friday. It is Jents' The winner of the scholarship ,, Phone 2li .....CampsMiie, '
: --At regular army posts, eachlegmient distinctly set aside as the stu- is the benefee ,of about 'I.\W txt'hani Florida Jewelry Line? If so just give

has what is Known as dents' niorning. Let the students 51500 per annum, for three' .,. us a call as we have just what

f Regimental l Colors, 'or'an indi- bring (up matters then-any years. you are looking for and at

vidual standard- peculiar to that thing which occurs to them to be I **1.fie scholars are required to I J. C Ad1 ins, the right prices.

I .. ,legiment.: _. for the betterment of the school., lualify along four lines:' 1. 'Literary : "
I -. \ "Here""' \t-: our '",university--a Let,every and any one feel} free' and scholastic. 2. 'Fond- Attorncx and Counsellor at Law L. C. SMITHNorth

pseudo army post--we have a to: rise and air his opinion. Then less for and success in manly, Gainesville, Florida

battalionfor which. it has been is the time to attack, if need be jutdoor sports. 3. Qualities of J. ', Side of Square.-

t < customary to have distinct battalion any of, the existing. evils.. By so *ianhood, truth, courage, and de-, -

l- __ colors. .Going back' intohistory'a'little doing ,we will find out what isj i otion to duty, sympathy for and ,Conner'" Auto Company'. .
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: we find that the wrong and readjust. I! iiotection of the weak, kindli- G vc !Conner.; ; Prop.
WR'ltn and:
'it.irbing; Gasoline
old Florida Agricultural College, :The affair last Friday .was I .css, unselfishness, and fellow r (>IH* and Al'\h..orjfh. EXPERT AUTO

tU.;;,IfaKc-city'. :-: had an official said by one of our students to I hip. 4. Exhibition during school !PRone,194, .-* ... ". ., I' C.Jannon. ,lk". .'Ia

et:tr dard.' The design of this have<: descended l into Bolshevism I lays of a 'moral force of char-: ., -- --- "; REPAIRINGGUARANTEED

J ,. consisted of a silver eagle mount- -and he really meant this.- But I ;tter-instincts to lead and take / ----0. 0--
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i ed1"on\..a. blue' back-ground. A wo think there is quite a mistaken ntciest in schoolmates't 1

s .row of stars inclosed the eagle,. conception of that word I "Each state has a Committee iI11oiii1I '. 'G(
In 'arch-like above I
an : shape,
Albert Smith
How
today. of the
many students jf Se.ection, usually five in num-
.which;were_the gild letters F. A. I
realize the full
.significancecf jer, leading! educators from the :
C. 'artistically I donpnij E. Main St. S.
Fi arranged on anpranpc the word? Not one out of|I Callous institutions." 303
background, thus inter- .. -: .
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E, rtiingling the colors of the school. I
True there was a tendency of I worth the efforts any student Graham Building -
This was quite an appropriate
the students to "take charge" of would ,put forth in trying for .
design.e believe, however, ALL KINDS OF I
affairs. But that is just exactly JiemIf he fulfills the-four ,
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that 'an 'alligator or the state INSURANCEAND
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what is needed to a certain dee ibo\e requirements, will
t 'ou.
seal would l look a little better '
", gree. It manifests an interest in j !lave to admit his merits. BONDS RELIABLESEED
there
.: /: .Jbaruthejeagle.Possibly: the, wayaffairs are' being run. We, at Florida, should taken \V rc write ,it .right.Tlitatah. "
are other more appropriate designs I -
We want. goo) hot argument on le interest in these scholar r -
not originated: : I
\ yet ', !both: sides. i I ships. Several 'men. have gone:,. I

6 While casting about? in the The students were right in requesting -' :rom our school to that great f (? icliittonrrn >< 'I

cell-like domains: of our armory, that the Athletic Board !j English unversity. All '
have!
officials this old d "uf5
Fome ran across
do more in the way of makingits ; nade good. There will -

llag.'.. Remarkably good .condition : transactions known to the i likely.be 'an' appointment made. I aiueabilteYolriAa l SEMINOLE. SEED COMPD1.,
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considering its But .-
age.. from Florida j
school. The faculty member was; next October. Now'

; !is entirely,: put of date! ,.ire need. right in his interpretation of the is the time to begin trying for,it. i Dr. GAINESVILLE FLO IWEAVER'S I

,__.,a .p' ,W" flag very much, in fact constitution and by-laws. i According to a recent announce-:( 1 encn .-- -- -

',.s'..we..!must have one. These by-laws: were drawn up f fby ment the usual mental tests have I f De111is1: I

What the Alligator wishes to the students for the use of!! been done away with, but the Office '
{ Grahan\ Bldg.
I advocate is that some of the the students. If. we are to ;act i, University authorities will no '
loyal citizens of 'Gainesville get in accordance with the traditions j doubt apply some kind of exam- Gainesville, Fla. Phone 258J

i together'and.. ,present us with ,of our school let us stand by inations to determine the fitness j ; STEAM LAUNDRYWe

one. them. On the other hand,'in appreciation of the applicants. Make your ; GERALD J.O'RIELLY

.., On account of the intimate of the especial support application now to. Dr. Mur-j j do first class

',*' c connection existing",,between the given on the part of the! phree. I ARCHITECTMiami Dry Cleaningat
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cadet corps ,and the University students to the athletic 'department Go to the library and read up Gainesvi1ieFlbrida

:. CJty, ,:this should be ,a feasible this year; the latter might t..>n the marvelous opportunities I :" reasonable priedFloril

plan*for securing a flag. stage a special game or some offered to Rhodes Scholars.





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Those opposing this system insinuate

that the students have not yet devel- ;
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"Th( ? {SpurtimaiTs $bie" oped necessary any of for the individual traits and control capacities; if SUITS AT $35 :, : .

129 West! Slf3l such is
BiJ the case we had all better : trH
go :i ( .:
Bell! Phone 743JACKSONVILLE back to the grammar school. We are T:1aEt..iJ t'. "LL5. .
afraid that they are not ; ,
competent
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judges of this
and that they judge #11Jti0i'1: '3 I
the ability of the student body by their t
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on sale at I Thomas long past Jefferson the experimental instituted a systemof stage. ,-. The]cil r| ling as:close as a creditor the l J

student self-government in the Uni- lapels ron easify *- the fronts lie soft, smooth' i .j

MILLER'SMOSELEY'S versity of Virginia in his day and at and unwrinkled. 'I. ..:! :
CORNER r n 1 present there are over 350 "1--
colleges, ...: There is an ease in the
PALM PARLOR universities theshoulders armholes "
and private institutionswith .
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j fit as clean ajackknife andthe !
as
sleeves
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ernment. /, 'oJ''.. out from the shoulders as if it were their regular I

:r 6. What is the ultimate object of ,hang out." S
B. UUENBUM ;
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our university? It is to make better "
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t' They are super-suits. Better than the price.. !
citizens
is it not? By adopted student .
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self-government we will awaken the ", usually buys, because we,buy for three big stores

BICYCLES I I sense of responsibility, of citizenship, .:,: : and pass the accruing .advantages along to i

we will stimulate devotion;! and culti- 'r" you. .,
vate self-control. An American citizen E Give them,the "\
1rac I once over and the acid test of .,
....--....-- cannot be made by merely filling :. : comparison. Then you'll buy. .. ;
out citizenship papers, or by reachingthe .
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in Barb i* $hop '
proper age. It is a question of u.
growth. Citizenship cannot be learned .' '.. ." .
( East of Palm Parlor ) 1I
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effectively from books therefore, .' j ;. ,
Special Rates to Students. > > ( ,
it must be lived. We have heard, of "
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Satisfaction Guarauteed.Dr. ,,, .
"socialized recitations", which means .
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that all students take in the : $25 $30 $35
part .
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11. Wox: dean of the Teachers recitation. Why not have a socialized I : : \

College and professor of psychology, government, a government: in whichall ... "
''Burred Thursday night from Jack- the students take part? "" : '1 '
'onville, whre he went to deliver an 7. The faculty discipline committee I

address on "Business Psychology" be- will become aI,1'advisory,board. Buta I. .
f-re the Jacksonville Credit Menus As. student after being punished by the :

!sociation. .. I! student court, would have the privilegeof
appealing to the faculty, if he desired -
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_' to do so.: The faculty has done .1
First Sergeant: "Why the h ;: ; 1
!' wonderful work ill controlling the students (7 f.
d you always miss reveille? 1
Rccru'tr "They always.have .it before In this institution, but they act BAY & LAURA STREETS' JACKSONVILLE ,FLA. tr

I get up"Ccrperal ... .-.'. after the 'misdemeanor has been com- r_.... "- ""......, = ,,<"""' :'f. ,,""" ,y_.-"'-'-"".'......g, '
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mitted. With student government we t ,. : :t
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would try to keep our fellow student cause he can get away with almost ii. i,
of the guard, 'inspecting: from committing! the act, but if he anything under the present system,

"How do you know that fellow. you. went .on' anyway and committed a but if we adopt student self-govern-i Popular Goads' at Popular Prices ; ;
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just pass-d was a friend?" misdemeanor: ; we would be fully competent ment he can't get away from 400 stu i

I Recruit: "He gave me a cig. ".-Ejc., to h3; d e.'the case, for we know dents. If a man intends to do evil', at. t
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Ute students niuch better than any he can find loopholes in both systems, !
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self-gov-1'
but of the two the student
"Now children", said the Sunday member of the faculty can possibly '
school ,teacher to the juvenile class, 'know them. Wemingle! and sleep and ernment'system is the one most likelyto M .
"can any of you tell me what an episte eat together::: ; consequently, we under- ; detect him in wrong. :- : .. 01I
is?" stand each other pretty well. 9. We shall never be able to solve I, j J. I
: "I cm". answered a little fellow at 8. The leader of the opposition has the hard problem of character building DO BUSINESS WITH :

the foot cf the class.. "An epistle is stated that h's ,chief reason for opposing until the student body adopts stu- t .
he wife cf an Epostle"-n-Ex. student self-government is be- dent self-government. We are fond The Florida National Bank I )
--. -- of saying that our university spells '
opportunity. Then let us realize that TAe Yew Million Dollar Haul Ktfourfes Over $2,000,00 e
E.G. & COMPANY
JORDAN the; greatest opportunity is to liberate,

charr ter, democratic character, in .
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both its teaching force and student
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body We must realize that ethically: STERLINGPAINT

, \W.O.RUSSELL MANAGER( democracy is not a fancy dream; it is ,

a reality and has been proved. To

train ourselves to be real citizens is -
CITY TAILORING{' COMPANY a worthy cause and by adopting stu- -- \:

223 W-Main Street Phone 336. dent-self government we will be accepting fc

Ha\e your coatsuit or quit altered or relined In' Kxperf Tailors. a form of government that .:" ,. ij.

We also do cleaning: and pressinV.'e make a specialty of gloves will give us the required training to .. :.; i:
become true American citizens. ,
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hats, en njngJ'owns and robes of all kinds. Student Self-Government iI
F K Caldwell Managgr '..
Supporters.
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fled .* Is and Class Pins .. EXCHANGES -t' \: :"\'

Special designs furnished. .
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R.J.RI LES COMPANY ,
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1885.: The Alligator received an unexpected -
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1A' .Q'"}"'"H.Lfo FLORIDA. andThere" t
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S. Infantry, stationed at" Vladivos! ,
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tock, Siberia, was the caller. It was ,

sent former by student Capt. William of the University H. Crom, of a DOZIER & GAY PAINT CO.f ;Fi j i ir I

you want the best pipe Florida. He is a graduate of the
IF be made i College:: of Engineering in the class
you
can
: of '14. The paper is full of comic po.. f Manufacturers J .,
can get it in a W D C-up 4 ,
try and stories of experiences in Si-
1 to$6. If you want the best HARK i We are glad to acknowledge receipt Atlanta Jacksonville ,
TRADE
11 genuine French Briar that of the Orange and Blue of the Ala- -t.

1,1 i as little as 75 cents will buy, oama Polytechnic Institute. Ga. Fla. :
, in W D C. f
J you can get it a -

.J t American made in all sizes First ImpressionsI've ,' ,
seen Coney Island a bit,
! and styles, and sold at the v.here gal bathers show what they Up to date Auto Accessories and F t

best shops. ,
wear
Vi i I Vi They'll let you admire their fit SuppliesAt

: i I And those without stockings aren't Reasonable Prices. THAT'S US I

No man ever had a better i rare; GAINESVILLE AUTO SUPPLY CO.W. .
3i pipe than this one. Carefully ;ut when: Vladivostok you reaj h,
French selected Briar a genuine sterling : And wend your way down to the H. Martin >Mgr: Gainesville Fla i iI

ring and vulcanite bit. shore, I

by hand an fitted expert.and finished ,' The girl bathers there on the beach BLANCHE '. :

Are willing to let you see more; CAFEiJ"
.New York for there Siberia's shore
CO. on
'WIoLDE.MtTrH & {h""
Worlft largest PiPe Maw.uJgdtlorer i it iI I learned, while admiring those'd Opposite A.C.L. Depot ;

I never seen bathers before,
I'd always been looking at clothes. Meals like at home ;

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itiville Of- Course
When You1 In Jacks- You'll
i nq order to open a bank account with us or to make a deposit.

j a/ 1qt Your instructions received by mail will have the same COME TO FURCHGOTTS

1 \ ;t prompt and careful attention as if you had yourself called

Mro qq fur Smart and Furnishings. :
I iir oht n in to see us. Clothing

triirN'pprss+ aan "n Start an account today with us by m IiI. 0I When you find yourself in need '- "


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I Jacksonville Florida Our Mail Order Service Will Send It By Return Mail;

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I I Lawkshaw, who sleepeth like the lit-! record in school and college, '*
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; I INSIDE INFORMATION FOR !tOe babe. And the Studious Guy re-I ing to the four points outlined i B tile>

; NEW SOUTHERN HOTELG.A.DULEYProp. i tireth early. ", {, Rhodes Will; (1) Scholarship, (II l lI
I Now, once a month the Big Sport I character, ((3)) interest in outda
THE UNINITIATED! [ I
I : ,.T:teth home to hs: Pater, "My jacks sports, and (4)) interest in one'i"fc[
f low. I have need of certain books. lows and instincts for leadership.

RATES RE SON1=tBLe Ed'tors Note-This column, origi- I Sand me One Hundred Shekels". 4. METHOD OF SELECTION:'ftt

nally started and filled by "Tohretaw"is : The Studious Guy writeth every selections will be made by
committees
!T.E I 'JllclJI; "MMSGAINESVILLE EXCELLENT TABLE SERVICE
Pa and telleth him all the
now thrown open to the student unset to in each state, constituted for that)JIr.
FLO' !f)\ PHONE 1C8 body at large. The editor believes I news, and ever and anon asketh him pose. A list of the names of the red
that the sands of old Florida conceal : for a nickel to buy a Coca Cola at to whom application should be 'taa4t
,
many 1'terary: diamonds in the rough Alek's. together with a formal applkatin
1- and need enly the limelight of 750crcu'ation And the time of Exams cometh: to I blank, will be printed in June andes CM.

: '., The While House: : to cause them to shine and I' hand, and he who had shot pool every will be sent to any address upon,.

stand among the forsmost literary: night beginneth to cram. He who had plication to Frank Aydelotte, Amen

of the hour. I been studying sayeth, "I know it all, can Secretary to the Rhodes
lights or gas jets I Trustee! ,
East M-iH anJ! Church! Sts. Gainesville Florida
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This! week we publish an effusion I have no need for study", and Massachusetts Institute of Techno)

One of l Florida's IJcM l.citls.: Give n a cere of 1(0 per cent by from:: one of our talented "rats" which bought a Coca Cola with the nickela gy, Cambridge, Mass. Meanwhile fig
4 bids fair to outrval: the productions ? had sent him last week. ther questions concerning the scholar.
I
Slate Hold Commission. of Mark Twain, Bill Nye, and George Verily I say unto you, on the day ships should be addressed to any e&

MEMBER AMERICAN 1 AUTO: [ ILE ASSOCIATION I Ade' in its irisibe absurdities. I cf Exams which is the same as the lege president, or ex-Rhodes sehofar.
!' :ay of Final Reckoning: the Big Sport or to the American Secretary. College

,I 50 Rooms. American: Plan 35 Baths 3coreth 100%, and all the Profs. sing presidents and ex-Rhodes scholars 1ft

Lesson: The Parable of the Big Sport 'iis praises, "He is Grand, he studieth asked to give the material of this announcement
1 RATES $3.00 to $5.09 per day and the Studious Guy hard! Glory be to him who learnetht the widest publicity

*-ttam lrewt. KW'rir Pan end H '\\aterln Every It'to-n (By Damukey) : all". FRANK AYDELOTTE,
There cometh into the city of And the Studious Guy did flunk andit American
S. OLDEN CHADWICK. Manager Secretary to the
Gainesville in the land of Alachua, two was said, "He is a chump, he Rhodes Trustees.

I rats-cr.e who knoweth not the value studieth not but drinketh the dope Massachusetts Institute of Technology,

I of a Plunk: and the other who pqueezi hich deadens the brain". Cambridge, Massachusetts,

i eth the Buffalo on the Jit until he The Big Sport was awarded the March 17, 1919.SEVENTEEN.YEAR.
Brown Bros Co. i yells, "Liberty". medals and ribbons and a dance was

Now the first of these sayeth unto given in his honor and every one said

mself, "I came hither not to acquire: he was all to the mustard. LOCUSTIS

Gainesville Florida I I wisdom, but to have the big time, The Studious Guy was advised to DUE THIS YEAR

.. '" therefcra I will register! for a Crip ", attend Summer School in order to
and going forthwith to Murph, he Make up his Wasted Time.
-.:,.. Uuye-s of hickory stumpage in sayeth, "I have come from afar, from Moral: You can't sometimes most The seventeen-year locust will return

I the city of Jax on the banks of the St. always tell.RHODES. this year. Scientists predict tilt
l Florida. If y"u have any hickory Johns, I wish to know the noble art this will be the greatest locust year eo

I of Agricola; therefore I will registerin record. This is due to the fact that

trees write us. 'I the Milk Maids' squad. And at SCHOLARSHIP other varieties beside the seveatfw-

I once he unloosens the wallet strings year kind are due at this same taw.

and adds Fifteen bucks to Graham's COMPETITIONS TO This species of locust is of peculiar

responsibilities.! After these proceed- interest because a period of seventeen

ings he sneaketh off to the viccus: as- years elapses between the laying of
G. W. ZARING & CO
BE RESUMED
4 sociations of old man Mac's poolroom.Now the eggs and the emerging of the bi

the second of these two sayeth sect. Their time of adult life is very

"Behold. I will make of myself a great short as compared to the time required

WHOLESALE GROCERS I man, henceforth my fame shall be 1. DATE: As announced recently i to hatch. The adult locust chisels I

". JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA I known from Waldo to Micanopy. I through the press, appointments to I hole in the limb of a tree and deposits
will study the law and some day I may Rhodes Scholarships in the United her eggs. This usually kills the KB*

I I. be elected Justice of the Peace from States, which were postponed for the which falls to the ground and is buried

Rochelle. Forthwith he went to duration of the war, will be resumedin by some natural processes. In this

< Murph, who in turn delivered him up October, 1919. There will be elec- recess the eggs remain for seventeen

to Dean Trusler that he might learn tions in all states, and sixteen states, years until it is time for the eggs tt

IDEAL FERTILIZERSCOMPLETE ', the gentle art of Mayhem and how to which, under normal conditions, would hatch. After maturing the i insect

1 i get away with the other guy's goods have appointed scholars both for 1918 live a few months, lay more eggs wd ,
I Afterwards he haunteth the Library. and 1919, will be allowed to appoint soon die.There.

I I And the first of these shooteth pool two scholars this year. These statesare are many current tales tint

I I and learneth to draw a bob-tailed Alabama, Arkansas, California, illustrate the numbers in which theM
FORMULAS ANY ANALYSIS
> lush, and yells "Come on Seven, Baby Colorado, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, locusts usually come. In one case it IS

I PROPORTICNED 10 PREVENT WASTE needs a new pair of shoes", until even Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, reported that they stopped a train by

1 3uchholz and Hawkshaw become exasperated Missouri, Nebraska, Oregon, Texas, jamming up on the tracks. They de
PROMPT SHIPMENT and sayeth "He is a Hard Washington, Wisconsin. Other states not do any particular serious harm to

II I Nut". He studleth! not and neither will elect one scholar each. agriculture. It is thought best, however

{ doth he attend classes when he can 2. GENERAL REGULATIONS:I not to set out new trees on locust
| help it.The. The Rhodes Will provides for two year.
second of these studieth so hard scholars constantly at Oxford from
Wilson & Toonier Fertilizer Co.
t and so long that he becometh the idol each state in the union. Each scholar
TRUE
')f the faculty and was an example set stays three years and receives a stipend HAPPINESS
I have the
come to see life, not as
Manufacturers Ideal FertilizersJacksonville I for every bright and energetic; Rat. of three hundred pounds a year, chase of a forever impossible personal
I He was called the Studious Guy. out of which he pays his tuition, fees,
Florii'aFIRST : happiness, but as a field for endeavor
I I He who cometh from the land of Jax and expenses, exactly as any other toward the happiness of the whole
i -- > .7 sayeth, "Behold I am a good fellow, student. There are no restrictions as human
family. There is no other sac-
it i the ladies are wild about me, no one to the subjects which he.should study;
cess. I know, indeed, of nothing mere
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I! can do the Tickle Toe as lightly as I, Rhodes scholars may take any of the
XATIOXAL i subtly satisfying and cheering than a
1 BAXKl I; no one here is as fair of face as I", various Oxford honor schools, or if and
knowledge of the real will
s GAINESVILLE, FLA. j j j rind forthwith he joined a Frat and prepared may work for the Oxford research appreciation of others. good Such happi
INCORPORATED 1S88 j I they called him the Big Sport. degrees of B.Litt., B.Sc., B.C.L.,
I' ness does not come with money, Br
And he who cometh from Rochelle or Ph.D. Candidates must be unmar-
CAPITAL $100,000.00 does it flow from fine physical
?tudi' th hard every night, and when ried, between the ages of nineteen and a
it
state. It cannot be bought. Bat
SURPLUS 100000.00 the Sabbath came he 'would take a twenty-five: and must have completedat
is the keenest after all and tiletoiler's
joy ,
!| valk and go to the temple (something least their second year in college. ,
truest and best reward.
1 vh'ch! the bier sport had not been Candidates may try for the appoint-
-(William Dean Howells.)
!i Tu'lty of). And,,a fair maiden seeth ment either from the state in which :

GRF4E I.]: ,"I"" & CROKBY C O. 'i .he Studious Guy and inquireth "Who they reside or from that in which they
& i i he of the Ugly Mug?" have received the major part of their THE HIGHEST GOOD

JEWELERS AND PLATINUBISIWITHS 1 Eehold the day came when a Comedy education._ '

I,I 'f Music visited the land, bringing 3. ABANDONMENT OF QUALI- The Highest Good is the living of
I i "vith? it a multitude of damsels fair FYING EXAMINATION The quali- life individual7
Noted for Reliability f 'fifty Years. according to each
I ')f face and form. And he who fying examination which
j'I was has been required highest ideal. It is the positive, self-
:he; Big Sport sitteth on the BaldHead of all candidates. for Rhodes willed ofSpiritllindBody
simultaneous development
41 West Street
Bay ,. Row with a Telescope, and he scholarships in the past is now to be with the Spirit predominating
I I I. who desired to become famous studied abandoned and it will only be neces- enough to be the executiveJesus

Jacksonville Florida back at the Dorm., for he scorned all sary for candidates to make formal Christ was the living example
manner of entertainment that tendsto application, endorsed the
I by authori- of the Highest Good. It is his Kf
blast the morals. And the Big ties of their college or university. The '
and that
Class P n RingUleda's; Trophies. we study in" our Bible classes.
Sport sneaketh in at 4 a. m. so as selection will be made in the future to
; Certainly, we allow no other school
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.PARR LIT. IS GIVEN A TURKEY COMING SOCIAL EVENTS ,I H H n i

1919 Spring & Summer Samples on display BANQUET B. M. Tench ; ,I

During the State High School Track .
--- In place of the regular Monday Meet the following dances are sched- Q GAINESVILLE Q ;; ; : :

Alteration, Repairing and Pressing night meeting, the Farr Literary So- uled to take place: FLORIDA
ciety on the evening of March 31 April 17th, annual ball of the Theta _
had a banquet. Mrs. Farr, patronessof Ribbon Society. E E r, ,

the society, provided the feast April 18th, annual ball of the Ser-
which Dr. Farr brought out to the pent Ribbon Society.

society rooms in his car, just beforetime April 19th, Pan-Hellenic dance. SHOESBURNETT .
.r for the meeting to begin. The

I main dish was a big twenty-three- On April 25th, the Kappa Alpha r > 1 I
pound roasted turkey, with dressingand fraternity will give their annual
all the other "fixings". There Easter ball. f
Gainesville were only twenty-five members pres- May 2nd is the date set for the The: CLOTHIER >
Furniture, CO. ent, so there was for each man nearlya annual ball of the Phi Kappa Alpha '

pound of the juciest gobbler that Fraternity. YOR1'J/ SIDE OF S.l.4REIl
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ever strutted in a barnyard. But
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4': I) R O; )X, Proprietor there was too much gobbler even after THE S. A. E. DANCE ,
the third and fourth serving had been
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-.' I an end, the remaining parts of the ternity were hosts at a delightful DRUGGISTS l
" poor bird's carcass were taken to the dance last Saturday night. It was heldn 'The Rexall Store" .
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Marshall debaters, in the hope that a the fraternity colors. LI GO El's AND NORKIS CANDIKS '.J I It'
:.i little strengthening food eaten before A punch bowl in one corner of the
: PALM PARLOR they meet Farr Lit. in the big debate room was kept full of delicious fruit SEE ,

tonight, might serve to fortify punch, which was very popular with .A. J. iclal 1
them against the overwhelming defeat the thirsty dancers. FOR .{
jl' I they are bound to suffer. Under the influence of the irresistible Drugs \ {
Stationery, Toilet
Articles, t.t'
(6 ( Ze (/ i Every man present gave a toast music of the University Jazz, a Candies, Souvenir Cards F
/e {vertm ll.l.e during the intermission between turkey :arge crowd danced from 9 o'clock Waterman's Pens t
and ice cream. The theme that until 12.THEATRE. fr 1
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pervaded all the speeches was the* ) t'
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the society, toasted Mrs. Farr, and friends at a theatre party, compli- j
Diamond Ice Co. the society responded with a rising menting Messrs. Jimmie Cranford and The New
vote of thanks to her for the wonder. Angus Rosborough. After enjoying
Manufacturers of ful "eats" that she had provided for the movies, the party returned to the 1; i

Finest Crystal Ice the society. home of the host and hostess, and EDISONThe H : .
were served a delicious supper consisting -
Cold Sit rage in Connection .
ENGINEERS GUESTS OF of creamed chicken on toast, '
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA FARMERS AT PILAU sandwiches, pickles, olives, and cof i
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].S. BODIFORD & CO. Society was entertained by the D. Stringfellow, Glenn Stringfellow,
DRUGGISTS Agricultural Club at a chicken pilau. Angus Rosborough, Jimmie Cranford, PHONOGRAPH f
The two societies met at the Ag. Jimmie Auld, Zach Douglas, :Mrs.
NORAH L" JAINESVILLE FLORIDA building at seven o'clock and were Stanton Walker, and'Misses Catherine -

Prescription Called for and Delivered conducted to the appointed place southof Haile, Elise Bishop, Edith Parker, with SOUL 1

FREETH'F the Experiment Station barn. Upon Martha Tison, and Millicent Rosbour- ,
--- ''''--' arriving there they found the pilau ough. Has no needles to change. '
well under way, with Art Schneider in
SANITARYBARHA charge and a colored man as chief THE YOUNGER SET ENJOY A Plays Records of all makes .

The AlachuaRestaurant R SHOP cook. The crowd gathered around P PLEASANT DANCEMr. The Edison Shop ; ,i it
large fire and the rats; with but little

and Lunch RoomFOR Promptness Courtesy persuasion, put on a program of songs. and Mrs. S. L. Kramer threw "On the Square, North Side I '
Satisfaction jokes and speeches. The rats desir- open their home, at 114 Palmetto ave- f
'ng to show their speed, a circle was nue, Friday night at 9 o'clock, when I I
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN formed and they went around; some Misses Alene Kramer and Lucretia University Book Store j i
that went aroundas Dorsey entertained with dance that
were so speedy they a
Half& block from Atlautu-Toast Line .
PHIFEH STATE B BANK many as three times. Shortly after will long be remembered by those who Basement Language Hall)
Iepot't'elephone nine o'clock the "eats" were pro- were privileged to attend, as one of
5't7 nounced ready and Country Devane, the bright spots on the social calendarfor Everythingfor I..1:
I forming tHe men in line according to this year.
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I :lass; marched them by the orchestra ren-
where each was bountifully helped to dered snappy dance music throughoutthe )
he good things that make a pilau.Dr. evening for the entertainment of R
TUB SANITA'RY CLEANING Spencer passed around cigars and the following guests: :Misses Anna Students

AND cigarettes. Dorsey, Lucretia Dorsey, Alene Kra-
4.
PRESSING COMPANY After the "eats" had disappeared mer, Irene Denham, Ada Hiers, Jo- -
Get your clothes cleaned and pressad DINING 1 : z ROOM 1 nteresting talks by Dean Rolfs, Major sephine Brooks, Jessie Chesnut, Lu- .. j a }
Floyd, Prof. Willoughby, Prof. Rogers Cile Borin. Clvde Boring, Marye FORD HEADQUARTERS
in the
sanitary way. v\here Poi ices are Just :?Jght and Food is
Mr. Hargrave and Mr. White were DePass, Willie :Mae Lang, :Martha '
FkKM-h DRY Cl KANI G S 'rvxlas You Like it J.H.ALDERMAN, Proprietor '
ANISTKAM njoyed by all present. Mr. White Murphree, Vera Kramer, and Jessie
PRESSING JS1AYBODY va
Saves Time both societies. The meeting then adjourned Williams, Duncan, Crosby, Ford, Mc- f

Sates Clothes: Callum, :Morgan, Dial, Fuller, Chesnut,

Saves Money VV .S. & Co. Hartt, Anderson, Howard, Treadwell, j.
Dorsey Leeks Hall West and
Ha Cleaning and B'ocking.. SpecialtyAlso JOHN MARSHALLLast Gray.
Steam Dyeing The pleasant surroundings, together -
in GROCERIES
EVERYTHING the question, "Re- with the delicious punch which
I'bone 675 dive us a rail Saturday was
For l.oodof'SSSakf'- solved, that some mode of compulsory served during the entire evening, and MOTOR CARS ;
arbitration: should be adopted by the the fruit cream and cakes which came Accessories
Drink Dorsey'sDelight Coffee Supplies And Repairs
American Shoe United States for settling industrial at the end, had much to do with mak-

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the affirmative. Thetford and Vivens dancing to the fullest possible extent GainesvilleCocaCola
Repair Company ---- represented the affirmative, and Nor- -Gainesville Sun.

ton and Franklin, the negative.Mr. .
114Vest Main, North JUS. J.SEYKORAELECTRICAL Veloso made a very interestingalk NEWS OF NAT CARSON'SDEATH

139 on the theme, "Law is a Noble CONFIRMEDVan Co.
Telephone Bottling
: CONTRACTOR rofession". The next feature was .
i discourse on criticism by. Mr. J. E. Huff recently received a let- Corner Virginia Ate. and Union at
Electric Appliances, Electric Repairing
Montrous Edrehi. ter from Seth Clarkson, his frat Gainesville Fla.ALWAY
Sterling National Mazda Lamps, All .
brother who is in Germany, which
Call and Delivery Free .sizes 3 1 volt Mazdas for fann lighting
PEABODPROGRAM stated that the report that Nat Car- OfMf) ; a)) I

.",! -:.'" ,-' son had been killed in action at Cha- i
Mr. Johnson opened up the evening teau Thierry had been confirmed.
program with a short spicy talk on This will be sad news to Nat's A GOOD !

--- .... why the ladybug is more useful to so- friends on the campus, for ever,sincehe
T F THOMAS Pr *lent' R. w.THOMAS Treasurer (to H. THOMAS Secretary "?ety than the spider. Then a debate. was first reported as missing in 1
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"Resolved, that the State of Florida; action, they have been hoping against i
Thomas Company Inc. should enact a compulsory education hope that he had merely been cap- HOW .
taw", was upheld on the affirmative tured prisoner.Nat "

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Gainesville, Fla. Fry. It was a fine debate and only Freshman year here in the fall of i
-AGENTb FOR- after much reflection was the decision 1917, and by his sunny disposition
:awarded for the affirmative.Then gained the friendship of all students Theatre
THE INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. Mr. Webb entertained the so (n the early summer of 1918 he enster -: !

and ciety for five minutes with a talk o in the Mir.ne Corps, and got

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H. Hughes, freshman in the Col-i I whom they have come contact.. They I

i 1IEUE 8 e CHEVROLET LOCALSThe lege of Arts and Science, returned I 1 are no longer pure Englishmen, or,

Monday afternoon after a week's ab- Frenchmen or Japanese, or Filipinos, Florida

.! MOTOR GARS f GO checks are coming in regu- sence, fully recovered from a severe l but a complex of all of these.
I ':-ry! new and each mail brings happiness attack of the "flu." Hughes was The Dean explained how universal

i! l into the life of one or two of the called to his home in Ponce de Leonon brotherhood does not seek to impose State Collegefor

IHPillL -tudents.; account of his mother's illness, and one's culture, as an enslaving idea
Rev. Campbell of the Episcopalian: while there he contracted the "flu." upon other people. It leaves them free

TRUCKS church, gave a most estimable ,talkn His mother is much better now, and : to absorb others' traits, personality, Women

\' Chapel Tu day of last week, on his many friends hope she will soon. ideas as they please, to select some,
: PARTS & SERVICELAUTZ th-j churches and the "Y". Rev.I be quite: well again. i I to reject others as unto them seems
rampbell attended the Blue Ridge College The business manager of the Semi-I advantageous end desirable. This TALLAHASSEE FLORIDAOne

AND HCI.VCNSTUN to study this ,matter, and gave nole wishes it to be remembered that I policy is the basis of an international ,
the students, a clearer view of the this is the last week in which reser- .
democracy.The
I VOYLE BROS.FLASH "Y" and its relation to the church in vations for the annual may be made.
general. Also, payment for all space reserved I address was concluded with the

LIGHTS Frank DeVane, fondly called "the I by the various clubs and classes must summary, that the fund"of common

ELCCTRIC SUPPLIES Bolshevist", has ,furnished entertain be in by the tenth of this month. characteristics of diverse peoplethebasis of the Strongest and

& ment for many with his soap box ora-I' Hurlebaus and Westmoreland wentto of brotherhood-may be aug- Best Women's Colleges in
mented by absorption or by injection.
against student dur- Ocala and Lowell last week on
fry government
STORAGE BATTERIES ing the past week. business for the Experiment Station. "Injection is the faster process", said! the Country

.. ('. DeVane, Schneider, Wuthrich,I Incidentally, they called on several of I Dean Trusler, "but it is pertinent to

M,.Key and Clemons went in a restau- their many lady friends in that vi- inquire whether the status thereby de-
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veloped is brotherly feudal. But,
or
cinity. ,
j rent downtown last Sunday night and
UNCLE MOSES :treated themselves royally to a sup- E. S. Burleson spent last week end : on the other hand, let us by study and 1. College of Arts and Sciences.
by travel allow the laws of nature 2. Normal School and
per. When they got thru they claimedto in his home at Citra visiting "the[ Schoolof
MONEY TO LOAN have put it over the cashier. It t folks". I unimpeded to build up in us an international Education. ,

I Strings a id Musical Instruments -ras like this .They discussed earnestly John S. Calahan, U. S. Navy, ar- self which will enlarge and I 3. School of Home Economics:
110-112 West Union Street rived here Monday, and took workin :1 enrich the status of universal brother-
v ho should pay for the meal,. androm'rcr up 4. School of Music '
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f the Agricultural College. He has hood.
; to no ponc'usion, Clemons said 5. School of Art.
.to the cashier "You don't care who'psys been sent to this university by the I Following the Dean, Mr. Pinto, of
NICKDAM ATO t' Rehabilitation Division of the Federal 6. School of Expression.
for this. do you? |I Brazil, gave a talk on the politics,
I :Next to McColIum's Drug: ,Store 1 Cashier: "Xo". I Board of Vocational Education. Mr. geography, and culture of Brazil. Mr. 7. DepaI tment of Business '

Phone 511 :I demons': "Thrn ray for it your- Calahan's home is in Pennsylvania. Pinto went into detail on the subjectof 8. Extension Division in Home
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i self", and the boys walked out. Spring is on the way. Rameses has industry in Brazil and made all Economics.

HIGH GRADE t Doctor Fulk's class in School Ad- advised Doctor Cox that he will be those present wish that they were 9. Graduate School.] .
-initratipn rrfld a visit to the here as usual for the annual Spring either in Brazil or going there, because _

: 'TAILORINGIn r GainesvillePublic School last Monday'Review, somewhat late, perhaps, but I of the wonderful opportunities Tuition free in all courses except i

i i morning to ga'n some practical in-I j in time to usher in the warm weather..1 and possibilities that are offered in private lessons in Music, .
I!"'ght into the ordinary: every day life i Many students have been pretty anx- that country. .
Art and
4 fM i t of a school. i ious to catch a glimpse of Ramesesonce Expression.
: more, for then they will know
I W. M. Wimberly of Highland, Florida -
has entered the Engineering Col- that the cold days are nearing an end. I
r i lege. He was sent by the Federal He has been ushering spring in at LET'S GO TO CHURCH For catalogue and other information '
rt I Florida from time immemorial. I
t Board for Vocational Education.
Lat's to church. That the write toREGISTRAR
go 15 way we
I Schneider on waking up at night I Ir i Oscar Norton spent several days exhort each other.Yet of
a good us
i i visiting his folks in Tampa last week, many I
and imagining he heard shot
a "Give
w 1 1I 1 I feel that it is sort of a hard thing to get
I him the be for and has returned refreshed and ready
rs ass boys" (slang
1 i down to. When you come to think of it,
H I rive them the red the to tackle the Arts and Science men
flag,
on target i I this i it perfectly natural. Men who do ,
I in the bOg debate tonight.
range). i I |'not take exercise, rarely can do hard COLLEGE FOR
I I j The Farr Litts. showed the true' I I II work without a headache,or other attendant -

I American sprit last Monday night illness.So spasmodic spiritual refreshment WOMENTALLAHASSEE
!i I r hen they detailed a delegation; to' COSMOPOLITAN CLUB HEARS usually induces an excess of
The Good OldDays Of Sum treat: their bitter enemies the lawyers,I ADDRESS BY DEAN TRUSLER FLA.MARABLE .
i languor,mental debility, and other sym-
mer You Will Find ItVorth 'to the remains! of the 23 pound bird i UNIVERSAL BROTHERHOD ptoms described as Morbus Sabbaticu
While If You Patronize A 'I given them b" Mrs. Farr. The lawyers I
Your 1|. The man whose religion is in this condition -
Tailor Who,Can Fit You Out j I jumred on the carcass, and in the : At 'h east meeting of the Cosmo j.: needs a good purgative from the poisons -
wordy pf one of their own species, it club Dean R. Trusler' hii
of
In Style. politan Harry mind body, and soul. A per-
You will find] here as select a range I..looked like a number of buzzards spoke to a large audience of members son might a* well try to appear at a track

of fabrics and mode's asou will in the terr'r.g. down a dead animal. i 1 and visitors: on the subject of "Uni meet without preparation as lead a life
L cut. R. W. Hogan, who was quartrmaster I Is the official
best I ohio Centers of Metropolitan i iH'e.AND I I versal Brotherhood". The Dean gavea spiritually dead,and enjoy Church Ser- photographerfor
AT GREATLY: LOWER PRI at the University during deep study of psychology to his vices. This Sunday being Passion Sun the University of FloridaNEWYORKRAGKET

CES Al.U THE LATEST NOVEL : the days of the training school and hearers and impressed them with ideas day, the sermon at Holy Trinity Church I
the S. A. T C. wound the affairs
up that are of the utmost importance will discuss why our natural feelings always
TIES- in addition to a fii e a'ray of j, -
: of the Government at this post last
conservative BUSINESS Ml DELS 1if I I today. deceive us as to our need of wor -
\ week and left Monday for Cincinnati, '
'. The Dean spoke of a common fund of'ship and how the passion of Christ a -
b enroute to Cleveland where he will be
characteristics derived from our progenitors -i lone satisfies that fact of
;! it.5 ;pri11til gs discharged from the service. as a sure foundation for uni- There will also be special singing.experience.BibleS

Miss Mary E. Parrott, of Macon,|I: versal l brotherhood. He went on to tell'I
i hool meets at 10, A.M. and Church
send it to Ga., arrived Monday afternoon to take''how every idea of self was once an idea Agent forFJLORSHE1M
takes in 11 A.M.and
at
the position of secretary to President j of some one else's self. Hence, world 8PM. Studentsand SHOES

PEPPER.STARGARAGE Murphree She is staying with Miss| travelers and students of mankind ab-I I Professors are always especially

Lena Hunter, who recently moved into sorb something of other races with we'come. .

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