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l. VII a
UniTersitj of Flondi;- ainea>jJlle, Friday, April 11, 1919 "No. 13 ,
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STUDENTGOVERNpNTSUHHUKlERSSAYTHAT LAWYERS LOSE CUP :BOSTON RED SOX, WORLD'S' CHAMPIONS, DEFEAT !I Ii


POMPOUS, BOMBASTIC, SCHOOLBOY ORATORY OF. WHEN FARRLITWINS i THE NEW YORK GIANTS IN TWO GAMESPLAYED :


THEIR OPPONENTS INDICATES SIMPLE MINDS HOME RULE DEBATE ON FLEMING FIELD THE UNIVERSITY DIAMOND }': \-,


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: In Lemgthy aeee..s'ley Pelt Out the Absurdities f j
! Arewa_i, as* Sio- Why Stedeute Should of the Opposition !. Smashing RebitUl Stein Knocks Monday's Game Ends in 4 to 2 in Red Sex Favor, aad Tuesday'sin t;'

,! Not I All the Props from Under Joh 5 to 0 Against Osr Visitors. Giants Handicapped on
Allow Themselrtis
t. be Influenced by Such
Men Mars:sail's Arguments A,aiast 1914 Account New antt Youug Material t
as Are Agaiiist the Movement Home Rule BilL s I'I
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"SAME AGE-OLD ARGUMENTS AGAINST DEMOCRACY" BOTH TEAMS LEAVE ON THE SAME TRAIN ,
LAWYERS PROTEST DECISION ..:' 4

"The Constitution of the United 'eat system their eyes have not been Gainesville has been a mecca-for Tuesday's Oa,8. i.:&;. I

States had its Samuel Adams and Patrick opened to the opportunities and ad- In the debate, "Resolved, that home baseball ,fans during the last week. In Among the most salient thrillers in : j

Henry; the League of Nations its vantages of a new one; because each rule for Ireland, as provided in the :.ddition to the Yannigan-Gator gamesf the last game was the fielding of ii.j'

Borah and Poindexter; and the student student will be given a responsibility, .i Home Rule Bill of 1914, is desirable, : Friday: and Saturday the World's Young for the Giants in right field. 1i.'I I

self-government at the University of a training for citizenship, an extra the Farr Literary Society won a "'hampaions, the Boston Red Sox, and He made good on every chance that 1 f i
:
Florida its so-called 'Sons of Free- duty and an extra privilege that he sweeping victory for the affirmative, the New York Giants played two came his way. \ d

dom' ", is what the exponents of stu- had not before, they are afraid of it thus ruining John :Marshall Society's games of air-tight baseball Monday The first inning was the one which Ai t

dent government say of their oppo- -afraid that college students mightnot prospects of retaining the loving cup and Tuesday afternoons of this week. spelled the doom of the Giants. In i1 ,

nents in the interesting signed article be able to execute properly the which it won last year. The Red Sox were too good for the that inning the Red Sox put across fJ f

that appears telow.: Matters did not duties of citizenship. They are the The debaters for Fa& Lit were G'ants in both contests, winning the the five runs which were the final ..,

come to a head Tuesday, as was expected sane age-old arguments that have always Stein, Friedlander, and Williams; for -rat game 4 to 2 and the second 5 tally of the game.Zimmerman's ? I

because, due to the game be- been advanced against the rule John Marshall, Bailey, Mellor and to O. catch, barehanded: of t i ;

tween the Red Sox and the Giants, of the people, and which have been Norton. The judges were Messrs. Fleming field was host to the largest Gaynor's hot liner was the marvel playof I 1

Chapel was not held. However, at defeated and continue to be defeated, Colson, Thomas, and White. crowd that ever gathered within its the game. When he doubled it to

noon today in the gymnasium, the thousands of times, with the rise of The arguments of both sides were limits. It is estimated that at least Chase it drew a cheer from the spec $ i I

storm will break. The first skirmishes democracies. Government of the peo- nip and tuck right up to the time the three thousand persons witnessed each tators. J

will take place when the proposed ple is not perfect; nothing is perfectin last speaker on the negative took his game. The grandstand was full, the Benton, McGraw's best bet in-,th ; I I 4(

constitution is presented to the stu the beginning; but it is more per- seat. The chances for victory seemed bleachers were full, including a hun- box, pleased the fans with his work '

dent-body for adoption. fect and more just and equitable than about six of one and half a dozen of dred feet of new ones which had been at the bat as well as on the mound. 1

The opposition has been pretty silent govenarent of the select few. the other between the two societies erected to accommodate the dense In[ his two times up he batted one

fine last week. Whether they are At the outset their reasoning is ab- with, perhaps, a shade in favor of the crowd. The eighty spaces that had thousand, once for a single and the j

working silently and in the dark on surd, and it is clearly evident that if I negative. Then Maurice Stein, for been provided to handle automobiles, other for a double.

some secret, plan for a successful at- i they really have the normal reasoning : Farr Lit, arose to deliver his rebut- proved inadequate, and the cars were Shupp and Smith for the Giants,
tempt to defeat student government, I capacity and common knowledgeof 1 tal. Before three of the five minutes allowed to push in wherever space Pennock and Watters for the Red Sox 141 ,

or whether they were so rebuffed by history to be expected of the aver- allowed him were gone, there were could Le found and hundreds of per- were the batteries. They were re- } I'' "

the assailments of the eloquent argu- age college student, they would not few in the audience who could not sons sat on the ground along the foul lieved later by Benton for Shupp, t 4

ments of student government supporters have had the audacity to present such forecast the decision of the judges.His lines. while Durmont and McNeal succeededthe

which appeared in the last issueof a silly opposition under such a child- rebuttal was sweeping and merci- A soda water and sundry concession, Red Sox men. .

the Alligator, has not been dis ish name. Our only solution to this less. He branded as oratory the which was part property of the Flor- The men contesting in thetwo '. t t

covered. However, they have presented question, is that other motives must whole speech of one of the negative ida Athletic Association, did a land games were as follows: Red Sox: t

for publication, no more "Appealsto have led the originators of this opposition speakers, showed how the lawyers had office business during the entire two Hooper, rf; Gilhooly, rf; Barry, 2b; .
Reason". On the other hand, the to come out so publicly not offered proof to support their days. When the multitude had departed Strunk, cf; Ruth, rf; Gaynor, rf;' Mc- I

following additional arguments have against the most worthy movement.But statements, that the affirmative's arguments for the last time, the field un- Inness, Ib; Vitt 3b; Scott, as; Wat-

been prepared by the student government the queerest thing of all is that remained unrefuted, that der the stands, near the parking' ters, c; McNeal, c; Pennock, p; Dur <

men: the title to their statement in the lastweek's "while 150,000 people might beseech spaces and on the ground where the; mont, p; Bush, p; Mays, p; and I' : i
Student SelfGovernmentIn Gator was "An Appeal to your England not to grant Home Rule to overflow from the stands had found Schang, c. '

the last issue of. the Alligatorthe Reason": What could be more ridicu- Ireland[ three million irishmen were improvised seats on the earth, was Giants: Burns, If; Young, rf; Chase, I
demanding it and stood ready to guardit strewn with soda bottles hulls Ib Kauff cf Doyle 2b Zimmerman,
main principles, the value and the lous Obviously they are either nat- peanut ; ; ; ,
benefits of Student SelfGovernmentwere I ural conscientious objectors, or they with their lives". cracker-jack boxes and a motley collection 3b; Fletcher, ss; Smith, c; Shupp, p; :

set forth. Student selfgovernment -; are motivated for other reasons, and I The earnestness and enthusiasm in of other rubbish. This wreckage Benton, p; Steele, p; Causey, p; and i; I

is a government of the students, have not the lucidity of mental power' his voice made the whole house ring. certainly didn't give the groundsthe McCarty, c. ;l I

for the students and instituted by the to see their own futilities and incon- Thunderous applause broke out, but appearance of having a back- When interviewed after the game T',' ,
students themselves in the form they sistencies. Judge for yourself. It is stopped abruptly when the audience ground of poverty, so far as the As- Manager McGraw said that he would : ,
normal up-to- realized that the speaker had only five sociation is concerned. like to have another week here to get : J !I
wish. To any average not for us to say. We have no especial -
Half-ltolidays were given the students his new material whipped into shape t .
date college student the question of illwill against the so-called minutes at his disposal. In that five !
student self-government is onesidedas "Sons of Freedom", except that we minutes he won the debate. both days, and they turned out before meeting any more big league ;1
worth that Friedlander and Williams gave en masse to witness the games; in teams, but that his time for trainingthis i
there is nothing of real wish to act as a sort of "Committeeon
can be conscientiously said against it. Public Information" in order to splendid support to Stein in present- : short it was a gala occasion for everybody year had been limited and he had ,i'

But as it stands at the University of warn our fair-minded students from ing their arguments for Home Rule.Friedlander's concerned. to cut short his stay in Gainesville. r .
Monday's Gerae "The only drawback that this place
Florida today a certain group of men, falling victims to the wily snares of unhesitating deliveryand
_' for we, cannot fully fathom,I the self-termed "Committee on Pub- Williams' steady control received Mayor Tison threw the first ball of had, was the sandy condition of the !
reasons the much favorable comment Bailey, on the game. After that it WAS an exhibition grounds", said the Giants' manager."In .
have arrayed themselves against lic Safety". We only wish they were
r of mid-season baseball from all other it is ideaL The
respects,
most the negative, was especially good. He
+ this Public Safety
movement and have taken really a committee on ;
;. his determined to start to finish. gym. and the showers could not be ftI I
of went at opponents,
question into the realm would live up to their name and work I
important
knock holes in their arguments before Causey and McCarty for the Giants, better suited to our needs." ftIs
the absurd by applying it to school- for the best interests of, the studentsby
they had been presented. He was force- Mays and Schang for the Red Sox, In the not too-far-distant future
and debate and capping] helping to install student self-gov-
boy oratory
ful and convincing in his delivery. started the game as batteries. They work will be started to eliminate the
themselves the and help
calling and then cooperate
the climax by ernment, .
alone shows bombardmentsand Mellor, also, won his audience by his were relieved later by Steele for the bad feature mentioned by Manager !
Freedom". This to midnight
"Sons of put a stop cool unexcited reasoning, and perfect Giants, McNeal and Bush for the Red McGraw about the diamond. Mr. McGraw :
In- I
of their minds. other irregularities. In this way
the simple nature
with cold hard facts organization title might poise. Norton had a wonderful delivery Sox. i has promised to give etrery consideration -.:j
stead of dealing their glorious
It was the second inning when the to Gainesville as a can-
which had it been well supported -
into and ,
branch off be applied to them
and principles bombastic they language and appropriately become real vital human by a thoro knowledge of the facts Red Sox pushed over the first scores. didate for the Giants' spring training i '
pompous and they might of the case in hand might have tipped Vitt scored on"Schang's single to cen- quarters next year. !'
endeavor to soothe the reason of our factors in the building up of character t i
the scales irrevocably in favor of John ter, and Schang came in on Hooper's Both teams left on the 4:45 (
the
students by for citizenship at
hard-working college and in prepartion Gov'j''j'
I Marshall. single.In ernment time) Tuesday
", "bull". of Florida, instead of -
voluble University
music of ther the
the fourth the Giants were ableto They are scheduled to play .
about retainers of fossilized ideas, and the debate of Farr Lit's
But let us be philosophical being After one
tie the score, scoring two men, games in South Carolina. 'i
f ;t. There always have to be objectors retarding an orderly advancement of ardent admirers presented the victors Young and Chase. Young scored on ;

;:, to every progressive movement, and the University of Florida to a more with a big pound cake, thickly coated Chase's bad bounder and Chase came j
ordinary, state.Committee After coupleof COACH BUSER MAKES GOOD J.
those securing
f these men are among democratic with icing. a in on Zimmerman's effort with the ;.,
.j natural, to-be-expected objectors always on Public Information.Why quarts of ice cream, the Arts and! stick. BARGAIN IN GETTING 1 I
found opposed to any normal Scienc. men rounded up. as many o1
Playing a quality of ball that was
-* This is a country the debating lawyers as could be SUITS
of
group. Movement
; rrogre "J We Advocate This
conducive to extra innings, it wasanybody's
of free speech, as we agree with found, and a big love feast was held.
until the ninth when
, : them, and as Marcus\ Aurelius says: American public institutions early The only arguments to Se heard were game Coach Buser made a good bargainlast i
::"f r "Th re must of necessity be some adopted the old English idea of pa- "Um, um, another slice of the cake, Steele weakened and filled the bases. week when he succeeded in buying :
shameless men in this world", and we rental relation between the college and please; and another cone of ice cream.II The story of this inning is easily told, from Manager McGraw, of the i

ust tolerate them but let us do so the student. This relation of father Farr Lit has yet to debate with Scott first man up, tripled to center. Giants, about twenty-five slightlyuse

as thinking n: n. Let us recognizetheir to child plus the patrolling systemis Peabody Club to decide the real win McNeal walked, Bush walked filling baseball suits for $75-in other
conservatism and not fall under I what the opposition would have remain ner of the cup. John Marshall, ii the bases with no outs. Scott was words, the University has secured a
tossed out at the plate. Barry, next
the influence of this group of men as the governing principles of true professional lawyer's style, has complete baseball clothing equipmentfor
batter flied out. Strunk connected fora
with antiquated ideas. Theirinflu- [ our university. protested the decision of the judgesin the sum of three dollars per man.
short Mc-
the question that we are Lit the single through scoring The suits would be expected,
ence is mainly among unsophisticated"rats" Gentlemen, favor of Farr on grounds are, as
cs would be expected. The to decide is: Do we want our conduct that Mr. White, one of the judges, is Neal and Bush. Ruth, last batter of the very best material for the purpose I

older men keep up better with the new and develop a cooperative epirit that a member of the University faculty struck out.Doyle and will last at least two or I
trend of thought. will function for the best interests ot; At the time this article was' written, and Zimmerman made the three seasons. Had Coach not been '

The Constitution of the U. S. had the university. Under this system of investigations by the Debating Council star plays of the game, the former able to secure these, the Athletic Association i

its Samuel Adams and Patrick Henry; government we will assume the responsibilities were'in process, and action was to holding Mclnnes's hot liner and doub would have been compelled I

the League of Nations its Borah and of the group in whichwe be taken mediately on the matter. Mr. ling to Chase the latter diving into to pay all the way from six to nine "

Poindexter; and student selfgovernment live and in so doing we will be White is the Y. M. C. A. secretarysent the midst of a group of people on the dollars a suit for material that was

at the U. of T., it so-called "Sonsof meeting one of the greatest demandsof here by the War Work Council at third base line and catching a foul more or less shoddy in quality. j!

Freedom". Because it has always Democracy. the beginning of the present semes- fly. Coach Buser is always on the job j I

been so. they argue that it should remain Gentlemen, we are not advocating ter. He has no official connection Batting to Causey in the fifth inning for the University's atheltic interests, :

; because we have always man- any one form of student self-govern- with the faculty of the University of Smith lammed the ball for three no matter what a few soreheads may {II

: aged to *>x:st happily under the pres ( Continued on page five) Florida. bases. have to say to the contrary. ,,

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University of Florid ; Gainesville! Friday, April 11, 1919 No. 13 Sh 1 j


,STUDENT OOVERNMENTPOMPOUS SUPPORT1RS SAY THAT LAWYERS LOSE CUP BOSTON RED SOX, WORLD'S' CHAMPIONS, DEFEAT fll ;


BOMBASTIC, SCHOOLBOY ORATORY OF. WHEN FARR LIT WINS THE NEW YORK GIANTS IN TWO GAMES_ PLAYEDON


THEIR OPPONENTS INDICATES SIMPLE' MINDS HOME RULE DEBATE FLEMING FIELD THE UNIVERSITY DIAMOND .



la Lcigthy Disewae They Pciat Oat the Absurdities of the .
Opposition
Game Ends in 4 to 2 in R-sd Sex Faror and Tuesday's
Aiu :- ac4 Sur Why Stedeuts Sh.nid Not I. Smashing Rebittml Stein Knocks Monday's ;

Allow Themselves: t. be Maenced by Such Men All the Props from U"df'r John in 5 to 0 Against Osr Visitors. Gloats Handicapped: on

as Are Agaliist the Movement Marshall's Argument Afcaiaet 1914 Account New anil Young Material
Home Rule BilL I. +.; ,


"SAME AGE-OLD ARGUMENTS AGAINST DEMOCRACY BOTH TEAMS LEAVE ON THE SAME TRAIN '" .
-- LAWYERS PROTEST DECISION ,, .; It

"The Constitution of the United ent I mecc- : -- ; \.
system their eyes have not been Gainesville has been a for Tuesday's! Game > I
States had its Samuel Adams and Pat- opened to the opportunities and ad- In the debate, "Resolved, that home baseball fans during the last week. In Among the most salient thrillers in .'. j 1

rick Henry; the League of Nations its vantages of a new one; because each rule for Ireland, as provided in the addition to the Yannigan-Gator gamesf the last game was the fielding of t j

Borah and Poindexter; and the studentselfgovernment student will be given a responsibility, Home Rule Bill of 1914, is desirable, Frday and Saturday the World's Young for the Giants in right field. 41.

at the University of a training for citizenship, an extra the Farr Literary Society won a 'hampaions, the Boston Red Sox, and He made good on every chance that ,f: 1 ;1
-
Florida its so-called 'Sons of Free- duty and an extra privilege that he sweeping victory for the affirmative 1
the: New York Giants played two came his way. -1:. r
dom'", is what the exponents of student had not before, they are afraid of it thus ruining John Marshall Society's; games of air-tight baseball Mondayand The first inning was the one which !

government say of their oppo- afraid that college students might prospects of retaining the loving cup Tuesday afternoons of this week. spelled the doom of the Giants. In i ,.
nents in the interesting signed article not be able to execute properly the which it won last year. The Red Sox were too good for the that inning the Red Sox put across !, ;I

that appears telow. Matters did not duties of citizenship. They are the The debaters for Fafc Lit were G'ants in both contests, winning the the five runs which were the final ;it; h\

come to a head Tuesday, as was expected sane age-old arguments that have always Stein, Friedlander, and Williams; for lrst game 4 to 2 and the second 5 tally of the game.Zimmerman's r

because, due to the game be- been advanced against the rule John Marshall, Bailey, Mellor and to 0. catch, barehanded, of i!

tween the Red Sox and the Giants, of the people, and which have been Norton. The judges were Messrs. Fleming field was host to the largest Gaynor's hot liner was the marvel play j.of H

Chapel was not held. However, at defeated and continue to be defeated,: Colson, Thomas, and White. crowd that ever gathered within its the game. When he doubled it to !f.. .1,

noon today in the gymnasium, the thousands of times, with the rise of! The arguments of both sides were imits. It is estimated that at least Chase it drew a cheer from the spec ." j .'

storm will break. The first skirmishes democracies. Government of the peo-! nip and tuck right up to the time the three; thousand persons witnessed each tators. '1
.
will take place when the proposed pfe is not perfect; nothing is perfect! last speaker on the negative took his game. The grandstand was full, the Benton, McGraw's best bet in;.th t I :I

constitution is presented to the stu in the beginning; but it is more per- seat. The chances for victory seemed Bleachers were full, including a hun- box, pleased the fans with his workat

dent-body for adoption.The fect and more just and equitable than I about six of one and half a dozen of dred feet of new ones which had been the bat as well as on the mound.In .

opposition has been pretty silent goveruirent of the select few. the other between the two societies- erected to accommodate the dense his two times up he batted one

since last week. Whether they are At the outset their reasoning is absurd with, perhaps, a shade in favor of the crowd. The eighty! spaces that had thousand, once for a single and the !

working silently and in the dark on and it is clearly evident that if: negative. Then Maurice Stein, for been provided to handle automobiles, other for a double. '

some secret plan for a successful at- they really have the normal reason-i Farr Lit, arose to deliver his rebut- proved inadequate, and the cars were Shupp and Smith for the Giants,
l'
tempt to defeat, student government, ing capacity and common knowledgeof 1 tal. Before three of the five minutes allowed to push in wherever space Pennock and Watters for the Red Sox j 'I

or whether they were so rebuffed by history to be expected of the aver-: allowed him were gone, there were could Le found and hundreds of per- were the batteries. They were relieved 1

the assailments of the eloquent argu- age college student, they would not few in the audience who could not sons sat on the ground along the foul later by Benton for Shupp, 3., ,

ments of student government supporters have had the audacity to present sucha forecast the decision of the judges. lines. while Durmont and McNeal succeededthe

which appeared in the last issueof silly opposition under such a child His rebuttal was sweeping and merci- A soda water and sundry concession, Red Sox men. i 'f(

the Alligator, has not been dis ish name. Our only solution to this less. He branded as oratory the which was part property of the Flor- The men contesting in the two ;t tf;

covered. However, they have presented question, is that other motives must whole speech of one of the negative ida Athletic Association, did a land games were as follows: Red Sox: :,i ,

for publication, no more "Appealsto have led the originators of this opposition speakers, showed how the lawyers had office business durir.g the entire two Hooper, rf; Gilhooly, rf; Barry, 2b; f

Reason". On the other hand, the to come out so publicly not offered proof to support their days. When the multitude had departed Strunk, cf; Ruth, rf; Gaynor, rf; Mc'r ,

following additional arguments have against the most worthy movement. statements, that the affirmative's arguments for the last time, the field under Inness, Ib; Vitt, 3b; Scott, as; Wat- :i:.

been prepared by the student govern- But the queerest thing of all is that remained unrefuted, that the stands, near the parking ters, c; McNeal, c; Pennock, p; Dur- : ,
ment men: I the title to their statement in the lastweek's "while 150,000 people might beseech spaces and on the ground where the mont, p; Bush, p; Mays, p; and ;)' !

Student Self-Government Gator was "An Appeal to your England not to grant Home Rule to overflow from the stands had found Schang, c. t I

In the last issue ol the Alligatorthe Reason". What could be more ridicu- Ireland, three million irishmen were improvised seats on the earth, was Giants: Burns, If; Young, rf; Chase, 'i f t I

main principles, the value and the lous Obviously they are either nat- demanding it and stood ready to guardit strewn with soda bottles, peanut hulls, Ib; Kauff, cf; Doyle, 2b; Zimmerman, ,

benefits of Student Self-Government ural conscientious objectors, or theyare with their lives". cracker-jack boxes and a motley collection 3b; Fletcher, ss; Smith, c; Shupp, p; J-

were set forth. Student selfgovernment motivated for other reasons, and The earnestness and enthusiasm in of other rubbish. This wreck- Benton, p; Steele, p; Causey, p; and f i ; n I

is a government of the students, have not the lucidity of mental powerto his voice made the whole house ring. age certainly didn't give the groundsthe McCarty, c. J t I I
for the students and instituted by the see their own futilities and incon- Thunderous applause broke out, but appearance of having a back- When interviewed after the game, I 1
students themselves in the form they sistencies. Judge for yourself. It is stopped abruptly when the audience ground of poverty, so far as the As- Manager McGraw said that he would Ii" f ,
realized that the speaker had only five sociation is concerned. like to have another week here to get .,': t b
wish. To any average normal, up-to- not for us to say. We have no especial -
date eollege student the question of illwill against the so-called minutes at his disposal. In that five Half-holidays were given the students his new material whipped into shape 'Ii .

student self-government is onesidedas "Sons of Freedom", except that we minutes he won the debate. both days, and they turned out before meeting any more big league -
that Friedlander and Williams gave en masse to witness the games in teams, but that his time for training J '
there is nothing of real worth wish to act as a sort of "Committeeon
can be conscientiously said against it. Public Information" in order to splendid support to Stein in present- short it was a gala occasion for ev- this year had been limited and he had .
of ing their arguments for Home Rule. erybody concerned. to cut short his stay in Gainesville. J
University students from
But as it stands at the warn our fair-minded .
Monday's GameMayor "The only drawback that this place
Friedlander's unhesitating deliveryand
Florida certain group of men, falling victims to the wily snares of
today a
Williams' steady control received Tison threw the first ball of had, was the sandy condition of thegrounds"
fathom, Pub-
for reasons we cannot fully the self-termed "Committee on
much favorable comment. Bailey, on the game. After that it WAS an exhibition said the Giants' manager.
themselves against the We only wish they were
have
lic Safety"
arrayed the negative was especially good. He of mid-season baseball from "In all other respects, it is ideal. The ;;
and have taken this mostimportant committee on Public Safety ,
movement, really a
start to finish. and the showers could not be
his determined to gym.
into the realm of would live to their name and work went at opponents,
question up "
knock holes in their arguments before Causey and McCarty for the Giants, better suited to our needs.
it to school- of the studentsby
the absurd by applying for the best interests =
had been presented. He was force- Mays and Schang for the Red Sox, In the not too-far-distant future s
they
and capping install student self-gov
boy oratory and debate helping to ful and convincing in his delivery. started the game as batteries. They work will be started to eliminate the
the climax by calling themselves the ernment, and then cooperate and help Mellor, also, won his audience by his i were relieved later by Steele for the bad feature mentioned by Manager ,

"Sons of Freedom". This alone shows put a stop to midnight bombardmentsand cool unexcited reasoning, and perfect Giants, McNeal and Bush for the Red McGraw about the diamond. Mr. Mc- :
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minds. In- In this way
the simple nature of their other irregularities.
poise. Norton had a wonderful delivery Sox. Graw has promised to give every con
stead of dealing with cold hard facts their glorious organization title might which had it been well supported It was the second inning when the sideration to Gainesville as a can-
,
and principles they branch off into appropriately be applied to them and thoro knowledge of the facts Red Sox pushed over the first scores. didate for the Giants' spring training
by a
and real vital human
pompous and bombastic language they might become of the case in hand, might have tippedthe Vitt scored on Schang's single to cen- quarters next year. T
endeavor to soothe the reason of our factors in the building up of character, scales irrevocably in favor of John ter, and Schang came in on Hooper's Both teams left on the 4:45 (Gov-
hard-working college students by the and in prepartion for citizenship at single.In ernment time) Tuesday afternoon.

music of ther voluble "bull". the University of Florida, instead of Marshall. the fourth the Giants were able) They are scheduled to play several f
But let be philosophical about i being retainers of fossilized ideas, and After the debate one of Farr Lit's
us to tie the score, scoring two men, games in South Carolina. i
;t. There always have to be objectors.I retarding an orderly advancement of ardent admirers presented the victors Young and Chase. Young scored on

to every progressive movement, and the University of Florida to a more with a big pound cake, thickly coated Chase's bad bounder and Chase came' \
these men are among those ordinary, democratic state.Committee with icing. After securing a coupleof in on Zimmerman's effort with the COACH BUSER MAKES GOOD I

natural, to-be-expected objectors always on Public Information.Why quarts of ice cream, the Arts and stick. I BARGAIN IN GETTING i ,
normal Science men rounded up. as many of
to
found opposed any
Playing a quality of ball that was SUITS
This is a country the debating lawyers as could be!
rrcgre of a group. This Movement conducive it I
We Advocate I to extra innings, wasanybody's r I
of free speech, as we agree with found, and a big love feast was held.: until the ninth when
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them, and as Marcus Aurelius says: American public institutions early.I The only arguments to be heard were Steele weakened and filled the bases. Coach Buser made a good bargain I
TVr must of necessity be some adopted the old English idea of parental "Um, um, another slice of the cake, The of this inning is easily told, i last week when he succeeded in buying
story
shaueless men in this world", and we relation between the college and please; and another cone of ice cream." first i from Manager McGraw, of the "
Scott tripled to center.
man ,
.ust tolerate them but let us do so the student. This relation of father Farr Lit has yet to debate with McNeal walked up Bush walked filling Giants, about twenty-five slightly JI
recognize the patrolling system Peabody Club to decide the real win- use baseball suits for $75-in other i ,
child plus
as thinking n: n. Let us i to the bases with no outs. Scott was i
their: conservatism and not fall under I I is what the opposition would have remain ner of the cup. John Marshall, in tossed out at the plate. Barry, next words, the University has secured a It'
of lawyer's style, has complete baseball clothing equipment
principles
the influence of this group of men as the governing true professional batter flied out. Strunk connected fora
Their influ-I university. protested the decision of the judgesin for the sum of three dollars per man. !
with ideas. our
antiquated single through short, scoring Mc-
unsophisticated"rats" Gentlemen the question that we are favor of Farr Lit, on the grounds The suits are, as would be expected
ence is mainly among Neal and Bush. Ruth last batter
,
cs would be expected. The to decide is: Do we want our conductand that Mr. White, one of the judges, is struck outDoyle of the very best material for the pur- \ I

older men keep up better with the new, develop a cooperative spirit that a member of the University faculty. pose, and will last at least two or ;
trend of thought will function for the best interest of At the time this article was written and Zimmerman made the three seasons. Had Coach not been j i

The Constitution of the U. S. had the university. Under this system of investigations by the Debating Council star plays of the game, the former able to secure these, the Athletic As- I I
the and action to holding Mclnnes's hot liner and doub- sedation would have been compelled
its Samuel Adams and Patrick Henry; government we will aseume responsibilities were 1n process, was
the League of Nations its Borah and of the group in whichwe be taken imediately on the matter. Mr. ling to Chase, the latter diving into to pay all the way from six to nine

Poindexter and student self-govern live and in so doing we will be White is the Y. M. C. A. secretary the midst of a group of people on the dollars a suit for material that was
; demandsof the War Work Council at third base line and catching a foul less shoddy in quality.
more or
i ment at the U. of P., it so-called "Sons meeting one of the greatest cent here by
. of Freedom". Because it has always Democracy. the beginning of the present semes- fly.Batting Coach Buser is always on the job !

been so. they argue that it should remain Gentlemen we are not advocatingany ter. He has no official connection to Causey in the fifth inning for the University's atheltic interests,

i ; because we have always ,man- one form of student self-govern- with the faculty of the University of Smith lammed the ball for three no matter what a few soreheads may

I under the presd five Florida. bases. have to say to the contrary.
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I instance when one player on the with in the mess hall. No one i HOTELJacksonville SEMIINOLE
THE FLORIDA I ALLIGATORPrinted
1 team happens to make a poor ever comes away from a meal I Florida.I .

and published by students play, instead of ragging him there without having satisfiedhis ll\dernFireproof :200: rooms 150 with bath.
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i. ..f the University of Florida every about it, or knocking the team in appetite, unless he was late, for students of
Thursday in their own print shop on general, boost him a little. Jolly in which case it is his fault.I Headquarters

the campus. the fellows who are out there doing With such good things to eat, of Florida and
the University
the work. Give them a yell and such an abundance of them,

I Staff when they make a good play,and we should all be encouraged to their friends.Rates .
P M :JUKE WILLIAMS_..Editor in Chief when they come in from a hardafternoon's shoot the profs all the time.
I ENJAMIN ARCHER-Mng. Editor plan and upwards.
work, tell them how $1.50 per day European
LOUIS TATOM.._Asst. Jng. Editor
REGINALD DeSILVALocal Editor much you think of the team, and OUR BAND J.B.POUND Pres. H.R.HARPER Mer.

I' VAN E. HUFF._.._.Society Editor all it means to the old school. I ""
Our band this year is one of S1i0hECrawford's
DEWEY DYEContributing Editor By all means, we should never
the best in the history of Flor-
HERBT. FRIEDLANDER, Ex. Editor Blunt
t \ allow a knocker or any sem-
ida. With something like twent3-
blance of one, to get away with
t Business Department and stirring leader like
slighting remarks from the pieces, a THE ORIGINALS
t RALPH STOUTAMIREBus. Mgr. Professor :Marchio, however,
grandstand. If he can do
any Union Made
WALTER GUNN..Circulation Mgr. there is little wonder cf its suc- ; c Cigar
better, then why is he not out
and'I
RANDALL HUNTER
I, Made by A.G.Barber Cigar Factory, Gainesville.Florida
GILBERT CURTIS.._..........___..Printers there trying for the team? What cess.The band is in harder I "
little of this that has been goingon putting
Entered as second-class matter, out there must be stopped.We work this year than ever before. MONEY TO LOAN AT A
September 28, 1912, at the postoffice And it is keeping up with the
at Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of must boost our team, and RELIABLE PAWN SHOP
times better than ever. The
March 3d, 1879. every individual player for all
l Place all communications and news' we are worth.If music rendered is both up-to- 102\Vest Main Street N.
{ items in boxes designated for that rules for student govern- date and attractive. We like to A Fun Line of Musical Instruments
t purpose in Peabody and Language see this good spirit in the band,
I ment ever are adopted, some-
Halls. when this is off
1 1 Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.00., thing should be said in them year especially with it, since there an is no JORDAN & COMPANY
about this business of standing
t RESIGNATIONSThe unitedly behind every man on hope for a trip to Fort Myers. FURNITURE

I our teams, and making it a penalact After hearing our band play
Alligator is regretful over to knock. once or twice, one would realize W.O.RUSSELL MANAGERMILLER'S

I : }1 the fact that both its managing But our baseball team, in itself that there are some skilled! mu-
editor and assistant managing sicians on our campus. We are
h is one of the finest in the
j editor have been compelled to resign South, as was said above. It certainly proud of them, and especially -
: ; their positions in order to took "guts" to buck up againstthe of the good work they

\ devote more time to their scholastic Giants in that first game, in are doing in the band.

I ,: work. Certainly, it was particular. But the team has The instruction of the band is
\ l)< f 1 xr: with a reluctant feeling that done it three times. Not only in the hands of our very able I

$ these resignations were accepted. have the Gators held them downto Prof. Marchio. It gives us plea-
> low sure to say that the band has
a score, but they have
In the first place, our managing even scored four runs against a been a tremendous success ever
y editor was one of the best, world famous baseball club. since he took hold of it t vo .ear& Agent For

r 1 if not the best, fitted man for We are one and all, very proudof ago. Prof. :Marchio is not only I JI ; eta/ti. ald1/ i j tans 7fafldje4hflh
s tne position on the campus. The our team. \Ve know it is go- a man who knows his businessbut

position is a man-sized one, re- ing to in credit- is also quite popular with : ..
I represent us a .JiJQI L = %&*/ .0ai' .
uiring both experience, tact, able manner on the diamonds of the fellows, a fact which alwaysgoes V .

I and: stick-to-it-iveness. other colleges. Whenever they a long way toward making Of Jacksonville.

I I' both the managing editor and take their first trip, let's all go things "go".
his assistant are due a world of down and see them off. As proof of the extra-good
credit for the excellent grade of qualities of our band this year,
I
i worK wnich they did in getting GOOD THINGS TO EAT we can recall the many occasionsin .
!: I out the paper. From the start, which it has played for the

M 1 r tney did tne job up "brown". Under the careful and home- city. It is customary for the I. IBc ua Barter1 &hop
i luvery issue published has been like superviison of :Mrs. Swanson band to make a tour of the state, MARABLE
J ,
f a success The paper has brought this year, the Commons is to the south and west of Gaines- Is the official photographer ( East of Palm Parlor)
,
l I I(; praise from tne high officials of offering a very attractive bill of ville, every year, in the spring, 8 for the University of FloridaDR. Special Rates to Students.

x f, 1 toe state, has been spoken of fare. The food is good, clean, but on account of war conditionsthis Satisfaction Guaranteed. I
creditably in the exchange columns appetizing and wholesome. Best year, the various towns cancelled .

ot other college weeklies, of all, it is carefully prepared.We their engagements with .GORDON B. TISON THE ALLIGATORis
t 4 and has been a pride of botn should be extremely grate- regrets, hoping to be able to renew -I
on sale
faculty and students of our uni- ful to the authorities in general them next year, which is DENTIST at
MILLER'SMOSELEY'S
versity.I for the warm hospitality met quite probable. Phone 243 Gainesville CORNER and
I The larger part of this creditis
Law Exchange Florida PALM PARLOR
without a doubt, due to the .
work of Archer and Tatom. They look well .

Under the new regime, :Mr. They wear well 1

1 Dewey A. Dye will till the var' 3. C AdkinsAttorney The prices will suit
: y, and appoint his assistant. you
\Veitrustthat the remaining issues and Counsellor.at Law well EMMERSON'S

: of the Gator will continue Gainesville, Florida OXFORDS fcr MEN

I".i to occupy the place of esteem in
the minds of the students and just received. Have you

others! that the previous ones THIS SPACE TAKEN BY Cannon do. seen them ?
it Bjowig
I h .ve. L. C. SMITH

j i OUR BASEBALL TEAM North Sideof Square.
Suite 15-

Our baseball team i is one oft Graham Building EXPERT AUTO

J;' the best in the state. We have PALMS

I '*". learned a good deal from the ALL KINDS OF REPAIRINGGUARANTEED
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N \' Giants in the three short games INSURANCEAND
; we have played with them, and
A BONDS
:' we are certain that both the BLISH1NQCO.
'lr would-be and the real players ** \Ve write it right. Albert Smith

It have caught on to several little
303 E Alain St. S.
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tricks in the great American 1 ho2flflU
:-4' game. We gain lots by just itlbin.9U > Opposite Fire Station
.' r" "I atut5aiutab _
i watching. u

'!t And right along here is a good WEST PALM BEACH FLA. illeralriDa B. LILIENBLUM
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place to put in a word for something -

h I we need very badly here

t"tl' on our campus, namely, COOP Dr.TenchDentist BICYCLES
ERATION-that old unity of
J" action and purpcse which- hast : :

been a tradition of Florida, and Office Graham Bldg. WEAVER'S

which will get you there in any- Gainesville, Fla. Phone 258J

thing :you undertake. STEAM LAUNDRYWe
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,. But, fellows, we need more of GERALD J.O'RIELLY I
do
,first class
j it right here in our s hool."e

need a real, concrete college ARCHITECT Dry Cleaningat
spirit which will be so all-fired Miami
I. Gainesville
.,.j hot, that it wfl boil the pot of I I Florida reasonable prices
every one of our activities. For

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H. C. Johnson has been promoted to .
corporal in Co. A. I

H. OUryant has been promoted t
I 91DW X I jIlJ1 I I W IDD I SJ corporal in Co. A. THOSE PORTER

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"The COMPANY{t port 8man'$ $tD r129 a" PLEASES R,0T,0, .. SUITS AT $35 T TThe


) Wes! Bay Steel INSPECTORThe .'

Bell Phone 148JACKSONVILLE .... .,:...- .
[ FIX University R. O. T. C. battalionwas
I inspected by Col. George E. Mitchell -

General Staff, U. S. A., last :.' .
I' I __ __ Monday morning.At .
I MULTIORAPHOPERATORWanted 10 o'clock sharp the' bugle summoned collars cling as close as a creditor the -

the khaki heroes for a hard lapels roll easily the fronts lie soft, smooth

immediatelyexperienced norning's work under a warm sun. and unwrinkled. 0 ,
Vfter inspecting the men the Inspector i

multigrapii Urected the student Major to put There i is an ease in the shoulders the armholesfit

I, hem thru some close order battalion as clean, as a jack knife andthe sleeves hang ,
operator. If you cannot rill, which was carried thru fault-
'. out from the shoulders as if it were their regular
essly. Then the Inspector gave them
machine do
operate a hang out"They
short advance guard problem and

not apply.State to attack problem which were exe- are uper-suits." Better than the price

f Plant Board. uted very satisfactorily; in fact, the "'t usually buys, because we buy for three big stores -
Inspector complimented the student
Room 16, Language Hall. )fficers very highly on the efficient and pass the accruing advantages along to

vay in which they carried the order you.
I )ut. Give them the once over and the acid test of
CHANGES OF OFFICERS IN
BATTALION Following the extended order work comparison. Then you'll buy.Young ._ _
THE inie the PTSS Parade. Then as it

as near" dinner t'e the Ii pe"tor
j Irected that the men be dismissed '
s Several promotions and change and stated ,tint he vas thru with I f. # A
have been made from time to tIme them. Vhi1" f' -'ncr to the student \ Mens Suits -

t. l in the R. O. T. C. military organization : officers F1rr'vj Hs +:m "p1"eq sed him-
i and follows $25 $30 $35 .
are as : self as being very much pleased with
E. B. Paxton has been promoted to the showing of cubattalion and complimented -

I color sergeant. I the officers very highly on .
R, H. R. Stringfellow has been appo'ntfd their.showirg. : "

captain of Co. B, vice Johnson re- We have a good battalion, in fact
leased.C. the best battalion that we have ever I
J. Hardee was appointed 1st Lt., had and mo=t of it "s due to our officers -
t B Company, vice Stringfellow: pro- and especially to our Major
I moted. Wilkinson. He has worked hard and .
t #_ H. C. Warner has been{appointed Ion- putting pep pnd snap and cooperation ,

t ; 2d Lt., B Company, vice Hardee pro- into the military organization I J-: tti.

y- moted. and 'as revarded' last Mondayby BAY & LAURA STREETS- ft JACKSONVILLE ,FLA.
R. E. Nolen has been appointedasst. ; .
; 'the splendid performance of the
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instructor in B Company. -
battalion. He is the best student
But what she said to
1 C. L. DeVane has been promoted .to Major that Florida- has ever had, and never me
Is that she'd send me oVer-sea:
sergeant. at the same time is the mcst popular
t .. To die for Russia. Popular Gods at
I W. R. Catlow has been promoted to Popular Prices
.. one.Muh .
.
-11> nt.
:1 ::: credit isc'so due to Captain '
The Russians may be good or not, atl3nR.
II
Stoutamire and L'cutenants Gunn and
k (They seem a fairly decent lot, .
1 Top Dress with Nitrate of Soda I Yancey of A Company, who have done -
t Altho their arguments are thin and : HJ:1\.L'S: :
J most faithful commendable work.
Feed the Captain,. toutaniire.has"efepecially: dis- squeaky) ..
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Crop; But maw, she never said: My boyIf
tinguisbed f instituting
hims91t| by a you would fill my heart with joy

not the Bacteria which plan cf has competition added muh!'in to his the company interest Go Bolsheviki.I'd save the .Russians from the J v .... ,e. DO BUSINESS,WITH

Every form of Nitrogen fertilizer, taken in drill. like to ask maw if she knows The Florida
National
L'euten- Bank
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Str'n6felIowand'
except Nitrate of Soda, must be Captain Why I should tramp through endless .
broken down by bacteria and ants Hardee and Warner have done .
'# changed into Nitrate before it can equally good work with B Companyand snows Tile Xtw Million Dotlir Hank" Resources Over $2,000.00
become available for crops. Such Now that the stuffin's out of
merit lot of commendation.
t bacterial action always results in a worthless Prussia;
( costly Nitrogen losses. To ask her if with joy she'd yell "
i Saving Russia Should I return all 'shot to 'ell:
Nitrate of Soda My mother says, says she to me: Thru savin' Russia.:: S1'ERLING
I Most patriotic ycu must be .
Stand. ready, boy of mine: to be a ,
I is already nitrated It does not So when they put me in a crate,
I have to undergo changes-but is hero. And ship me "Trans-Pacific freight"Down
[ immediately and wholly available. le ready with ycur gun in hand
in the hold where it is dark
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I That's why Nitrate is the quickest, To fight for thiyour native land, ,
t \ surest, most economical source of (oh very) PAINT
Altho its provocation sink to
zero;
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Nitrogen Then dump me on a lonely pierA
t I'll send laddie,
you night or day, :
WM. S. MYERS pretty flag around me bierThey'll .
Chilean Nitrate Committee To die for the oM U. S. A., .
cart me off with honors mil
25 Madison Avenue New York Against its foes from Britain.
itary. .
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Prussia
I Spain or ; Then, home at lest, upon the: hill
--- I'll lie beside my Uncle Will

1 n dAIs and Class Pins As if I'd died a hero, fightin' Prussia -


Special designs furnished. And maw-how, happy maw will be .. .

To mark the stone placed over me : .
R J-RI L.ES COMPANY lbl
"He died for Russia". Ex.
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GATOR BITES t

f Miss Lee was enumerating the different ,
?fI kinds of alchohol. in chemistry.! -

,! .. Stein: "Which is the best, Miss
I :;r..: P there RIGE for is no price better,grade pipe for grade made, Lee?" DOZIER & GAY PAINT CO.f

than a'V D C. You .
can get a pipe First Rat: "I noticed that your
, f'1 1 with the familiar triangle trademark -
room-mate got a letter from the presi- f Manufacturers
( i : in any size and shape and dent informing him that the recent J

Iat I grade you want-and you will be investigation: showed that he had hook Atlanta
; i glad you did it. W D C Pipes are worm". JacksonvilleGa.

l{ :J TRADE MANE American made and sold in the Second Rat: "I'm not surprised. He's

t 'E : best shops at $6 down to 75 cents. great on that hook'ng stuff. I never. Ga. ". .
: } an find a tie when I want it". -

f't WM. DEMUTH & CO..New York
, 11" World't Laryttt Pipe Manufacturer A good rat is rather to be chosen Up f> date Auto Accessories and
than great kickers, and a loving slaver
t1'lIi rather than leather and buckles. Supplies

j jt The rat and the old man meet together .
t I Itap and the gym is the mixer of At Reasonable Prices. THAT'S US

them all. GAINESVILLE AUTO SUPPLY
CO.
A prudent rat foreseeth the w. H. M .
belt and artinMgr
.. Gainesville, )Fla
tap hideth himself, but the
simple
passon
; Here it a pipe to be
: proud of in any company and are whaled.
Genuine French !?ring. BLANCHE
"' I carefully selected beautifully CAFE
worked superbly Bill: "Do you know that turning
mounted with sterling down the "
matches?
, F band and vulcanite bit. gas saves Opposite A.C.L.
M t''f'If. Billy: "No, I thought that turning i Depot
I !' ; down the gas frequently made match I Meals
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,I MM in to see us. I I I

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NEW revived again to wreak their thwarted ,"And does not everybody further
SOUTHERN.HOTEL: INSIDE[ INf OHMaTION FOR I
ambitions on our sapient seniors I know that when these High School

G. A. DULEY, Prop. and wretched "rats"? boys finally land at the Universitythey

R7 TBS THE UNINITIATED Let us rise and stand, as a pan of will be doing the same thing that t
REHSONPCBL-e biscuit! dough filled with yeast, never the present publishers of the Alligator -
NICE MODERN ROOMS EXCELLENT TABLE SERVICE (By Tohretaw) to fall, tho tried by fire. are now doing?

GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA PHONE lEiS Let us unsheath our rusty belt- "Publishers of the Florida Alligator -
LESSON 6: RULERS OF MEN buckles and harry the dissenter to are to be congratulated in securing ,

student government till he yells for advertising from Jacksonville where-

The White HouseEast Since the burning topic of the day mercy and Sloan's liniment.Let by they can fill up an eightpagepaper.

seems to radiate a lurid glare which others take what they will, but .

Main and Church Sts. Gainesville FloridaOne penetrates even to the nethermost as for us, give us Student Government "I CANT do it." ld
depths of Language Hall and startlesthe or give: us a Coca-Cola fiend's In his letter to Dr. Murphree Mr. '(
! of Florida's Best hotels. Given a score of 100 per cent by young Alligators as they frolic in grave. Earman says:

t State Hotel Commission. their deep dark dungeon cell, it ap- "As you know, I am a busy man; I

pears not out of place to indite a few IN MEMORIAMBy nevertheless, I always stop my busj- t

i MEMBER AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION lines anent this subject of Student -- ness to take the necessary time to ;_:

50 Rooms American Plan 35 Baths Government.Let ( Tohretaw) read every issue-including advertisements -
us take a slant in retrospect at of the Florida .
When the Alligator."I
RATES grim reaper "Time for
$3.00 to $5.00 per day the erstwhile campus government, now Study" gathers into its remorseless want the boys who get this paper ;
Steam Heat.El-ctrlc Fan and Hot Water in Every Room tottering its throne.
on bosom any of the lesser lights of the out to know that they are appreciated ;,
S. OGDEN CHADWICK, Manager This oligarchy has patterned itself E
campus and segregates them from the by the chairman of the Board of Con-
I after the old Roman triumvirate thus: really necessary things of college life trol, who is also in the newspaper business -

:Madame Peeler, Hawkshaw Prof. we indeed mourn, but when this skel- ; and I also want them to know ,

Buchholz. eton form reaches forth its bony that they have accomplished more '

Brown Bros Co. Shades of Cleopatra and Octavius hand and clutches the seat of the than I could do when they secured a I

have reincarnated themselves but still breeches of two of our most brainy world of advertising from Jacksonville -

(according to the theory of reincar- and energetic loved ones, such as the business men." '

Gainesville Florida nationists) retain the same desire of now retiring managing and assistant The members of the Alligator staff Ii.I .

the soul as formerly, altho in a ,dif- managing editors of the Gator, the want the chairman of the Board of : i t

Buyers of ferent body. These desires, namely, welkin seems scarce large enough to Control to know that they appreciate t
hickory stumpage in lust for power and desire to rule, be-' contain our sad ululations.No highly his good opinion of their efforts i '

'" ? ing the same which in the good old need to name these two jocund to make this paper a success; and :,: ;
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Florida.. If y"u have any hickory days transformed Rome from a tiny journalists whose names are on every they further want him to know that 1 :

black dot enclosed in a circle to a lip each week-end in blessings or curs- they appreciate fully the kind of man 0!

trees write us- link area of no mean proportions on ings. You know who. I know who. that holds the chairmanship of the '\'

the and Egypt a place in i Board of Control. Being journalists,
-- map gave We all know who, and we are all dam !
the sun-altho it's usually hot enough.n sorry, but. as Dr. Chapman puts it, it is their business to find out things ; ;
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the shade in that country. let us "resolve to succumb to the in- that the public in general does not '

G. ZARING/ & CO. Fcr the benefit of those who are evitable" and read the Gator right on.; know about, and here are a few things : ,'

sceptical of this instance of reincarna- Note.-In memory of the dear departed about the chairman of the Board of '

t on let me draw a few comparisons black ink will be used future Control that are not generally known, ::1

\\' HOLESAIE GROCERS *h ch are intended to refute all doubt- editions of the Gator. Sack cloth will and which Mr. Earman thinks are his ",.

ings. be on sale at Burnett's and it is ru- secrets: l1; i
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Madame Peeler nee CleopatraTo mored that the stove in the mess hall When the student body needed additional f.

I -. see the identity here we have cltchen: has taken to producing ashes. funds to help send the inter- t !

only to recollect Cleopatra's most famous collegiate debating team to take part h1 :!;

I characteristic, vizto make in the triangular debates ,last year, ;,,; ;
men renounce, at her behest, all that MR 4PRAISES !I I the Board of Control was asked to .'t '

: IDEAL FERTILIZERS I they held most dear. Will not a "rat" I I appropriate from University funds 1 V

spring from his Sabbath morning THE ALLIGATORChairman I I enough money for this purpose. It 'i l it
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couch as Madame Peeler's siren call was not within the power of the Board

r floats on the breeze? What does a to do so, but Mr. Earman came for-

.. "rat" hold more dear than late slum- of Board of Control in Edi- ward with a twenty dollar bill, and a' 'I'

COMPLETE FORMULAS ANY ANALYSIS ber? Precious little else. torial in Palm Beach Post Says the other members followed his ex-

Cleopatra was surrounded by Ethio. He "Can't Do It" ample, thus raising the amount need-
PROPORTIONED 10 PREVENT WASTE pean slaves. How about Madame Peeler ed. -

and the Black Gang? The identityis
PROMPT SHIPMENT The Alligator .staff has been re- Another time Mr. Earman was on a 'Ii
apparent. of of the Florida State '
ceiving some very pleasong compli- trip inspection 1
Ictavius alias Hawkshaw
ments from the chairman of the Boardof College for Women. He and the other .
httle about Octavius.We -
History says Control, Mr. Joe Earman. In addition members were being shown thru the i11
infer from this that he avoided
to a double-column editorial in model home, conducted by the collegefor F
Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. the time-light and shrank from the his paper, the Palm Beach Post, Mr. training the young women in d Ii

I public eye. Earman mentioned in a letter to Dr. housekeeping and other home duties. II

Does not Hawkshaw shrink even Murphree, that he was delighted with : Noticing that there were no pictureson
Ideal Fertilizers
I Manufacturers from the daylight, coming forth only appearance of the Alligator, and, fur- the wall, he-asked.the reason, and II

Jacksonville, Florida. "after the low descending sun has ther, wrote a personal letter of con- was told that the funds appropriated i JI
given the once-over to deeds undone"Any for the house 't
gratulation to the staff. I furnishing had become
u IFIRST- -- bunch of hell-benters who have
"These boys pulled a stunt in Jack- :exhausted before pictures could be .I
attempted deeds of violence in the wee
; Mr. 1
Earman
sonville that no other newspaper pub- bought. immediately ;
NATIONAL BANK sma' hours will testify that Hawk- lisher in Florida outside of Jackson- provided money from his own per- _'
shaw is of a shy and retiring nature. sonal funds for the s
ville has been able to do. They filledan purchase of some sa
GAl I'ESVI LLE, FLA. Octavius, the ancient, toted a sti- eight-page paper practically with pictures for the home.
INCORPORATED 1888 letto. Hawkshaw, the modern, packsa Jf
Jacksonville advertisements. In fact, Mr. Earman takes a personal interest -
CAPITAL $100,000.00 horse-pistol. Semper idem. Neitherone they held up that city to such an ex- in the school, aside from the -R
ever used the weapons. t Purely business side of his with it. ''
SURPLUS $100,000.00GREELEAI" tent that the Oracle News, publishedby dealings
ornamental. the Duval High School, in Jack- He has a hearty manner of greeting a E
Professor Buchholz to be the
seems sonville, complained that the Florida fellow that makes one feel at ease at !
member of the trio who is not '
only once in his In short
Alligator had been getting adver- presence. he's
& CROSBY CO. reincarnated. He is the only and
tising matter out of Jacksonville."The a "good fellow" in the true sense of
original. Never have the of his- ,
ages the phrase.
editor-in-chief of the Alligatortook
JEWELERSANDPLATINUMSMITHSNoted shown to an admiring world sucha
tory
.
his pen in hand and dashed off E.
sterling character. We feel sure
an editorial reading thus: The Band
for Reliability rf Fifty Years. that his activities do not spring from
'The Oracle News, of Duval High
soaring ambitions, but rather from a Leader, A. R. Marchio.
School, has been complaining that the
b = 41 West Bay Street stern sense of duty, and a protective Gator has been getting advertising First sergeant and drum major, W.
instinct engendered by the sound of S. Fuller.
., matter out of Jacksonville. You are
Jacksonville FloridaClass the hapless wails from an about-to-be- Assistant band leader, W. H. Zeder.
to understand that the entire state of
belted "rat". However the Professorowns Sergeants, W. D. Hartt, L. B. Pratt.
Florida is in the advertising area of
a minority of the stock in this Corporals, W. H. Glass, N. B. Bartlett -
the Alligator. QUIT YOUR KICK-
P n'sRingsMedals and Trophies. Students' Suppression Society and the ING, CHILDREN. J. H. McDonald.

other two members can hopelessly Musicians, W. E. Blount, B. G.
"Now, doesn't everybody know that
outvote him. Gregory R. Redman, F. P. Cooper,
the Duval
High School Seniors will
CITY TAILORING COMPANY Now then, free-born rovers of the have MUCH TO SAY, and won't everybody S. T. Hendry, G. B. Sessions, C. L.
palmetto and wire-grass, intrepid Walker, P. A. Graham
223 W-Main Street Phone 336. further know that the AU- C. D. John-

Have your coatsuit or suit altered or relined by Expert Tailors. trappers of the cotton-tail and cotton- GUST editor of the. GREAT Florida son, J. D. Sundy.
dauntless
mouth, devourers of Mess-
We also do cleaning and pressing.: \Ve make a specialty of gloves hall mysteries, will you submit to the Alligator ,up at the GREAT University
of Florida in his GREAT refer Overheard: "It looks like rain".
hats evening and robes of all kinds. of set of
gowns grinding tyranny a assorted
to "children" "Yes it does but
ence makes these high ; it smells likesoup"
.
FK.Caldwell: -- MaDag shades, grisly ghosts of gone glory
school children VERY SORE? ..--Ex.

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Tailor PI KAPPA ALPHA DANCEA H H
SPEAKERS CHOSEN I B. M. Tench

1919 Spring & Summer Samples on display very delightful dance was given
FOR TRIANGULAR by the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity at o GAINESVILLE Q /

their rooms Monday night. The musicwas
: Alteration, Repairing and Pressing DEBATING TEAMSBinford furnished by the University Jazz. FLORIDASHOES E 1 !
}t The surprise of the evening came E
in the way of a colored quartet which j

Friedlander, Norton and uddenly appeared upon the scene and I
Johnson Are Selected by Committeeat rendered several harmonious num- .
Try-Out Held Monday Night.
bers.Punch
-- served thruout
was the eve-

; Gainesville Furniture Co. At Peabody the try-out auditorium held Monday to select nightin mer 1i ing.Among the many who enjoyed the ;J.! VS//. Melons( f It to.

for the debating teams that will mee 'nce were Misses Maude Thomas, DRUGGISTSThe

F Tennessee and South Carol'na' in th' larie Love, Vivian Futch, C. J. Rexall Store" Phone 1 1
annual Triangular Debates, R. C. Bin '-trickland, Mrs. T.: J. O'Connor, and Agents for

D R Cox, Proprietor ford, II. M. Friedlander, II. C. Johnson '!rs. H. E. Ball.KAPPA uCOST'S" AND NORRIS' CANDIES 'j
, and O. H. Norton were chosen a?
Florida's representatives for this year SEE
Phone 8 6 ALPHA DANCE
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Franklin and Mellor selected *
were a A. J'. Vicl.al
alternates. The judges were Doctors 1
;
FOR
Cox, Turlington, and Crow. Dr. Fan One of the most enjoyable dancesof Drugs, Stationery, Toilet Articles,
; presided thruout the meeting.The the past week was given Friday Candies, Souvenir Cards
: question for the coming Tri- evening by the Kappa Alpha fraterni-' Waterman's Pens '
.
PALM PARLOR angular Debates is, "Resolved, that In their rooms, which have recently
all railroads of the United State been remodeled.
Come toDoran's ;
should be owned and operated by the Green and white is now the pre-
Federal Government. Johnson and lominating color scheme in the frat i ycle Shop :;
Jbe bwecvnv 0e fdtae Friedlander will take the negative rooms. Long white curtains are hung 218 East f/a'a Street itt

against the University of South Caro- from the windows, lending a cool and for BICYCLES MOTORYCLE ;t#

lina at Knoxville, Tenn. Norton and pleasing atmosphere during the warm ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
Binford will defend the affirmative ,ping evenings. A number of indi-

against Tennessee, at Co'u-nbia, S. C. ect lighting chandeliers, which cast
Candy Soda and Cigars.i The contests come off about May a soft reflected light from the white The New Edison f :

1st. Each of the three universitieswill ceiling, are attractively arranged at r
have a team debat'ng each side intervals thru the middle of the rooms. liTHE PHONOGRAPH WITH }
-
of the question-no team debating in :Music was furnished by the all-pop- 1
Diamond Ice Co. the vicinity of its university. South ular University! Jazz from nine A SOUL"Talking I 1
Carolina and Tennessee will debate in o'clock until midnight. Punch was
Machines ;
Gainesville. nerved thruout the evening.A .
Manufacturers of
Finest Florida has won three of the debates imitate the ArtistsThe: -1 I
Ice
Crystal during the three years that the
TIMELY ARRIVAL
Cold Storage in Connection Triangular scheme has been in existence New Edison ReCreatesmusic ;

GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA ; two the first year, and one :
in all its
---- When a certain went home, original
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--- last year, so now has the lead. With negro
the interest shown in debating at his wife presented him one night with beauty.Come.
J.S. BODIFORD &CO. Florida this year, and the wealth of a thirteenth baby. He named it Judas
DRUGGISTS material that is on the campus, it is Iscariot, saying, "It had been betterr to our store and learnof
to be wondered why more of our prom- this child had never been born". So what we mean by the phrase
NORAH GAINESVILLE FLORIDA inent debaters did not enter the try- t; is in life. Lots of things come our I "Music's Re-Creation."
Prescriptions Called for and Delivered way better left out. There are examination -

FREE I out.Those who did take part in the try. questions, and bills to pay, and THE EDISON SHOP
hardness to endure. We even have to .
out were: J. M. Edrehi, Fred Mellor,
THE SANITARY Adams, H. M. Friedlander, Thos. Sale, pay taxes to keep what we have earned On the SquareNorth Side "
H. C. Johnson, R. C. Binford, Oscar I and now own. But to 'top it all,
BARBAR SHOP Norton, and Franklin. Certain men to be high class, men have to listento 71
The AlachuaRestaurant whom the student body felt sure would orators and mosquitoes on hot University Book StoreBasement

Promptness Courtesy offer their able services for the sup- nights, and sermons on Sundays. Whata

and Lunch RoomFOR Satisfaction port of their university in the Tri- drag life is. This need not be so. ( Language Hall) i'
angular debates, did not appear at This Sunday is Palm Sunday at Holy
auditorium. Trinity[ church. The choir will marchin
the
LADIES AND GENTLEMENHalf procession with palms, and render Everythingfor
PHIFER STATE BANK
a block from Atlantic Coast Line the Palms. The proper service for the
STUDENT GOVERNMENT day is beautiful. At 11:00 a. m. the :
DepotTelephone
Rector will preach ten minutes on the
507 GAINESVILLE FLORIDA ( Continued from page one.> Palms, and at 8:00 p. m. on. "How to
ment. What we are pleading for is Be Happy".
Gainesville - FloridaTHE of student selfgovernment. Students
the principle Students always welvome. adv. :
MOLNAR'SDINING The details of the form we desire -
SANITARY CLEANINGAND will be worked out by the student- :

ROOM body later. What we want is the vit WRESTLING FINALS FoHD t
HEADQUARTERS
PRESSING COMPANYGet ilization of civics by student self-gov- STAGED BEFORE BIG E

your c'othes cleaned and pressad Where Prices are Just tight and Food is ernment. Student self-government CROWD OF STUDENTSThe J. H.ALDERMAN Proprietor H'l t
Served as You Like it involves the social, religious, and bus- I I
in the sanitary way.CI.EANU.
I' i
ASK ANYBODY iness principles of life. It empha- THEHOMEOFTHEFAMOUSi
FRavch DRY G i
final matches of the wrestling
sizes organization, cooperation, and
AND W .S. Dorsey & Co. development of those qualities and tournament were staged Thursday
STEAM PRESSING FORDMOTOR
for American night of last week before a larg
characteristics necessary
Saves Ti ne ,
rowd: of spectators in the gymnasium.
EVERYTHING in GROCERIES citizenship.
Sa\esC thes
The feature of the evening was the
-- student self-governmen'
Therefore
Saves Money For Goodness Sake form for the students of struggle for the lightweight cham-
is the best
Hat CARS
Cleaning and BlocUng SpecialtyAlso
Drink Dorsey'sDelight Coffee university. pionship between Keller and Sher-
Steam Dyeing our taan. They wrestled for twenty min- Accessories, Supplies And Repairs
Phone 675 Give us a call
utes in one bout, which ended in a

JOS. J. SEYKORA JAX. Y. M. C. A. TEAM WINS I draw, and later came back and resumed OO>> >>>> OOi i3 1
American Shoe the battle. It continued for GainesvilleCocaCola
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORElectric VOLLEYBALLThe fifteen and one-fourth minutes, at the "
end of which Keller's neck was hurt,
Repair Company Appliances,Electric Repairing volleyball team of the Jacksonville and he forfeited to Sherman.In + Ii
Sterling National Mazda Lamps, All Y. M. C. A., won from the the welterweight class, Ticknor
114 Wept Main North Sizes. 32 volt Mazdas for farm lighting University "Y" team last Monday forfeited to Stevens. Bottling Co.
,
night in a match played in the Uni- Driggers won the middleweight Center Virginia Aye. and Union 8t +

Telephone 139 Conner Auto Company versity gym. Three games were championship by throwing Coleman Gainesville Fla.
the visitors winning two and min-
Geneva Conner.Prop. played, after a twenty-four and one-half )
Washing and Po'ishing: ; Gasoline the home team one. ute bout. > 131>>>>o
Next Tuesday our "Y" team, under secured the light-heavy title
Warner
Oils and Accessories
Call and Delivery Free Phone 194 GminerriDe Fl a the management of Secretary White. by putting Moser's shoulders to the
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will go to Jacksonville and meet the mat in sixteen and one-half minutes. ALWAY A FOODHOW 1
.. .., .
--. Jt.: oJ' > -__ enemy on his own ground. The team Wuthrich easily retained his heavy-
has not been entirely selected yet, but weight reputation by throwing Mil- .
T.F.THOMAS. President K. W.THOMAS: Treasurer O. H. THOMAS S.cr.tary some pretty good players are booked lican in three minutes.
for the trip. High hopes are enter
Inc. that they will bring back their
Thomas tained
Company splitting comedies, and some scenic f
.
stolen bacon from Jax. .
pictures, without having to take the I
AT THE
HARDWARE IMPLEMENTS SEED long walk to town and spent twenty
MOVIE COMEDIES
"Y"
Vents of their precious bullion.A .
Gainesville, Fla. AFFORD MUCH FUN FOR little trouble was met with i in

-AGENT FOR- HARD WORKED STUDENTS securing the last film. Unavoidable TheatreHome 1

THE INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. delays made it impossible for the con- Lyric
Tuesday night the second"Y" movie signment to arrive here sooner. How- I
and show was given, and the wot'1 THE JOHN DEERE PLOW ':0. death students stole a little time off expects no further trouble along this

of Farming Tools from their Calculus and Economicsthat line,and that the Tuesday night shows o/BeIler I
All Kinds Piduresw
they m'ght witness two side will continue uninterrupted in future. ,

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