The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: April 18, 1919
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
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University_ of Florida, Gainesville, Friday, April 18, 1919 No. 13 i t,
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104 Entries from All Sections in the State Are in. Many New High i

Sews of 4 to 3 Victory Over Wofford Florida Loses a Double-Header memorial edition of the Alligator Schools This Year, While Others Formerly Represented ?J

College is S'gnal Shirt for Big Pajamaand ;! to the University of South Caro- will appear within the next four Are Sending No Men it'; .

Night Demonstration lina. Due to Untimely Errors. weeks. The purpose of this is to pay 1

Down Streets of Sleeping Gaines- : tribute to all Florida men who los KEY WEST AND PENSACOLA SENDING DELEGATIONSThe Ii

vile. their lives in the service of their coun- I
HEAVY HITTING IN FIRST GAME try during the Great War. )t k

annual State High School some part of the State. Practicallyevery I
DR. MURPHREE ROUSED FOR At a meeting of the staff Monday, 111
SPEECH Reports from the invading Gators Mr. F. R. Weedon, an upperclassmanwho Track Meet will begin at nine o'clock section of the commonwealth of :!fl.j

have been be tomorrow morning. Coach Buser says Florida will be represented at this :;:.
to the effect that since the can always depended on, was
that the final number of entries is meet. For the first time West Florida
first elected ; I
encounter thngs: have not been as editor of this special edi
TV. *- n'w'itv of the night, the nH- "s they should. tion. He will select his staff and take considerably less than had been expected will be represented. Both Pensacola 4' ?

silence of nature but that 104 boys will be and Tallahassee are sending men. ; t
pervading was rude. Wireless messages from "some- over the entire work of preparing the f
disturbed Monday night ab u* where in Carolina" have been deciph- material for publication. The reason present to take part in the meet. Pensacola is sending ten delegates and f

eleven-thirty o'clock when I for this is that the The preliminaries: will take up the Tallahassee is sending about the same "
news red to mean that the Gators in the I regular staff of i reached the Campus that the Gators first engagement with the at I he Alligator has its hands full in: whole forenoon, and the finals will be- number. From Jacksonville to Key S

'n a thirteen inning game with Wcf Columbia, S. C., proved that enemy hard tack getting out the weekly editions. A gin at 1:30 Saturday afternoon. The West, high schools are sending their' i..,

ford College at Spartanburg, S. C.. I and embalmed beef for soldiers is not message from Mr. Weedon to the events listed are: best athletes and orators.haml, also .
victorious with students and alumni 100-yard dash. for the first time, has made entries for .
had been the c1o'5e as prolific in producing baseball teams appears below.A f
score of 4 to 3 as the final result. for Camp Jackson, as candied sweet Duty to be Fulfilled Running high jump. the meet. Jax will be on deck, 16 i p I

Thomas Hall was the first to hear p-tatces and tough bull in Mess Halls The Alligator as the exponent of 880-yard run. strong. Key West is sending four t

the glad tidings. No sooner were they fcr the Gators. In a game featured student life at the University of Flor 220-yard dash. men. "t N

received than organization for a shirt ,vith heavy hitting and excellent da believes that it is now time tc 120-yard high hurdle. The high schools who have made entries 11

tail parade began, with a noise anda fielding, the Soldiers wera swampedto say tribute to the memories cf those Running broad jump. for the meet are as follows: .14 I,
Shot put.440yard. ., Daytona, Ft. Pierce, Jacksonville, 1 1
bluster. the heavy rumble of 17 to 9. Inters of cur students who have paid the
dash. Gainesville, Key West, Lake City, t ,
Supreme Sacrifice in the cause of
First call was sounded by %e training: for heavy work in '
company "
Pole vault. Leesburg, Miami, Orlando, Pensacola, :1 :
buglers, whistles were blown, the cry, the artillery tends for aiming at far R.ght. 220-yard low hurdle. Starke, and Tallahassee. .5'.j!

"Rats out", which soon changed to way targets, while association with Material is now being collected toward 1-mile run.Halfmile Many schools who have heretofore I II
Us Giants and Red Sox teaches the a special, edition of the paper
"Everybody out", was on every tongue. j ,
relay. j I regularly sent men to the track meet
that is tell best Ij
of connecting with the as our unworthy '
Confusion reigned supreme. The mportance The Declamation Contest will beheld are unentered for the meet this year.
ball at the plate for telling hits.A pens can tell, of our sorrow and of I
whole affair had the appearance of '
their glory. tonight in the gymnasium audi- Brooksville, who for years has won
be'ng a Bolsheviki Peace Convention. game scheduled to be played with i I II Ia
torium. Every University man is ex- honors galore at the meets, made not -
Under the pale light of the moon .he Game Cocks at the University o, This is our duty, as a school; andt :I 1,1 i
oected to be present to encourage the : single entry. Tampa, located over _
is a sacred Let work to
one. us
3cu..h Carolina omitted becauseif .
the company front which the outfit was Tisiting\ orators. I I two hundred miles nearer Gainesville ,Ii f
... gether.
presented before the march to town adverse weather cond.tions.: However Anything relative to this matter Tomorrow night the University will ': than Key West is, and the,second big- ..r, '1 .

began, was indeed wierd. Every mar with the coming of Saturday ant such jive a banquet for the high school gest metropolis in the State, is also :
as cuts (single column) or de "
i-as drrs.ed, cr undressed, to his own fair weather a double header was in- nen. It will take place in the Com- unrepresented. Plant City, another .' 1
ails of the lives of these men shouldbe
tc-te, The mental picture formed war luged: in, to make up for the'missed nons. This is when the medals won : noted competitor in former years, has i.
handed to some member of the Al-
rf ju npin-; jacks scantily clothed ;ame of the day before.In igator staff at once. All such matter in the events tomorrow will be presented -i I no entries listed. Others are Ft. .,r rI t' I

These variations in the dense mo' these two games the wind was will be carefully returned. to the victors. I I Lauderdale, Eustis, Inverness, and '\
made un as many ictures as there evidently blowing the wrong way foi The visitors will be quartered in Webster. 1"I I
(Signed) ,
rere persons--about three hundred the Gators lost them both to the tune Editor, Memorial Edition. he dorms. In Chapel Tuesday morn- I Key West and Pansacola are the f r i I j

all! told. f 5 to 3 and 6 to 4. ng, Dr. Murphree urged the University schools, if any, that would have any..... -0" j t ,

The nd'ngs! of the parade covered At this writing the only word whichhe men to do all in their: power to excuse for not sending delegates to :

most cf the tTritr>rv in town. The Alligator has received in regardto : \\V THRICH & SHUN I nake the stay of the high school boys I the track meet. Each of these is over ., I ;!

hrures so late that all shops, the the games is not of the sort conducive t plearant. The men have responded four hundred miles distant from '

picture show, etc., were closed. This to detail. What happened is WRESTLE TO A DRAW vith a will, and as the arrivals are Gainesville, and the railroad fare alone ;

didn't dampen the spirits: of the stud argely a matter of conjecture, however !'earl: of, they are sought out by their,I is almost prohibitive. The University ; t tis

(n s ens bit. The combined effortscf in a wire from playing: manager WITH JAX MEN former school mates and friends: takeno proud of the splendid spirit shown ,

the band and the shouts were George Hartman the loss of the twe : their rooms in the dorms, and by these two high schools in sending: j :'

fncut'i? to wake the dead. Just how james was attributed to untimely er- nade to feel perfectly at home. representatives to Gainesville in spiteof t i

sucessful they were along those line rors. Gatnr Y. :M. C. A. Team Los s Three Each train brings delegates from all obstacles. '

no: cne seems to know. However, suffice It; was certainly a sad blow to th Out of Fcur Games to Jacksonville

radius to state of that three every blocks house on withina either hear adherents this of dampening the Orange news and,Blue which tc Business :Men's Team.In RESOLUTION SUPERINTENDENTS WOULD HAVE 111' I

side cf the parade route was lighted pread over the campus like wild fire the preliminary wrestling match

up, and the windows filled with people rertathe plans had been formed, the which was held at Jacksonville under LEGISLATURE ESTABLISH UNNECESSARY NORMALS : ;

clad apropos for the ocasion.As : ntcnt cf which was to have a shir amateur rules, Tuesday night, "Fats" f i
should victory come, but
't* first objective the parade ail parade, Wuthrich, champion heavyweight of

ravaged Dr. Murphree's dreams, with h's laudable plan was, nipped in th' *he University, wrestled to a draw Alligator Represents United Sentiment of Student Body and Shows i !

college cheats: and loud cries for cud when the sad tidings: were re vith Al Berkowitz, of the JacksonvilleY. Why Such Action Would Only Cause Added Expense to : .

eived. M. C. A. John Sherman of light-
"Speech, Doc"-- Dr. Murphree appeared Hal'or the Taxpayers of Florida. We Have the Facilities '
in Mess
en the balcony of his home and It had been announced "eight fame, grappled with Pomroy,

graced the exceedingly joyful occasion all persons to remain on the campus if Jacksonville; neither secured a Needed Right Here. i:; .

with until returns from the game might fall. Both bouts lasted ten minute t
a short talk. It was his thoughtthat
the smoldering embers of college :)e hud in order that the parade coulc par" STUDENTS WILL URGE THEIR PARENTS TO OPPOSE BILL I : I
ind its way to town in full battle The volleyball match between Flor
Ti-it: had at last been fanned into -

fame and that the result could cnl array, capture the town hall of and re- ida's Y. M. C. A. team and the teair In Chapel Tuesday morning, Dr. JMurphree J attendance for a regular school year, -11 f
house without -danger of Jacksonville businessmen
moan a bcrg"r:: and better University: curt composed called the attention of the or to 108 students for the entire eight : ,
the police force and vigi of the Jax Y. t !
"* Hth the student body to a man b!hin! U se from under the auspices students to a movement on foot which scholastic months. Adding this to the
committees. M. C. A. resulted in a score of threeto I
the athletic teams and every cthestudfct ante seeks to have the legislature estab- regular attendance we have an ave
favor of Jacksonville. Ac-
activity with "a will: which four in 'ish two normal schools in this state. rage total of 472 students for the t

spea) <* FUCCCSS". CHEF HEYWARD STOPS IN cording to the Times-Union, plentyof The president in a brief but comprehensive year. The expenses for the past year. t

P'cdding! wearily, but happily or GAINESVILLE ON HIS WAY pep was shown on both sides. talk stated the nature of the as shown by the auditor were $98,212, j I

their Arduous way back to the campus HOME: FROM FRANCE "The first game opened with both oroposed bill, pointed outits waste, or about $210 for each student. So 4'I

the students called upon Dr. Farr ant1 teams full of pep, the Florida boys :and its inevitable detrimental results.) the five hundred dollar cost of the ;
the lead. Then the "Y" settled
Dr. Crow for speeches. Dr. Farr way Heyward, formerly chef at The bill is the outcome of a reso- i pupils here is a gross exaggeration.In I
Charles down to business, and started off with
happy in the thought that now he University Commons, stopped ir 'ution adopted by a small majority? in fact, due to the economic manage- t ;!
he long strides: running a large
could! return to South Carolina next his home from th the conference of county school superintendents ment of the auditor and the Board !1 4,
'Gainesville on core. Their opponents tried to check
rummer and live free from scorn visited the University. He held recently, in Talla- of Control, the small salaries paid our j
var, and them and turn the tide, but were unable -
s'cce Florida had made such a brilliant : of Dr. Crow durin- hassee. Its exponents contend that professors, and the advantages: in the i
the home and the ended
lined at to do so, game by
showing upon the lined diamond and entertained hK host students attending the state institu- way of fuel, water, and light which
here, of 15 to 3.
is stay the score
I Dr. Crow, as he wiggled his bar ind 1 hostess with an interesting and "The second game was another easy tions of higher learning receive aid the University has; the per capita \ "

. toes in the coarse cocoanut matting of his experiences in to the extent cf five hundred dollarsa expense is less here than any state
account "Y" who the
graphic victory for won by
under his feet, much as the famou year, while the country school chil- institution of higher learning in the I'
of 15 to 4.
; "Parefoot Boy" used to glide his thru France. enlisted in the Florida score Flor- dren receive but twenty dollars a year United States. The state certainly _
Heyward third by
! Chef "The was won
game '
: the new ploughed earth, said in part Unit when it was first them for their education. Since it is impossible owes much to the officials who haveso
Ambulance ida, 15 to 12. This game gave ;
"Boys, I'LL join you next time if formed two years ago. In France he new courage, and they started the : to give them more, the con- efficiently and economically con

only you will invite me". At his re- was detached from this unit and kept fourth game with more speed and pep tention is made that they should at'ducted this institution.The ,
quest the score was counted once more, duty. He was at least have teachers of normal school proposition that the county -
special The "Y" notwithstandingthe
; in Paris on than ever. i
and he wished everybody sweet dreams Chateau Thierry for ten days. loss of the third game, startedthe education. This contention is just. school children should have normal

, and more victories. He secured his discharge on a spe- fourth with their usual clock-like However, the figures which the exponents trained teachers is just; but the advocates :

" Reaching the campus the boys dis- account of illnessn of the bill quote are erroneous, I of the bill arrive at a strange I
-ial dispensation. on play, winning by a score of 15 to 1. ,
persed and rolled into bed consciousof ; his family and business affairs. I The lineup for the game was as follows as the writer has ascertained by inquiry -'t conclusion. Since we need more nor- ;
a well spent night. from the'auditor of the Univer- mal trained teachers than we have i

e' During the entire performance the available at this time the game that "Florida-Sollee: Wells, Simmons, sity. The number of students here I been producing, we must have more ; i

band dd heroic work. They had been caused all the excitement was a Nicholes, Battle, Yancy, Williams, Vo- registered at the present time, according plants to produce them, they say. ;

Perched high above the heads of the "bully" affair. Liddon and Hardee gel (substitute). to the latest report to the Boardof This would be true if the reason of the '

teeming throng, on a grocery truck were batteries for the Gators, while Control is 368. The attendance at shortage were the lack of facilities
"Y. M. C. A.-Hodges, Armstrong,
: When the base drum was added it for the Wofford aggregation, Martin I Cowden, Wollery, Paris, Thompson, the summer session was 434. The to produce trained teachers; but this I

: filled th. truck to the gunwales, according and Rivers presided over the mound Haskell. summer session is for two months, but is not the case. The reason is some !
" The hits were ten for the this period other factor small salaries j
to a "Gob" rat who helpedto and path. "Mr. White of the Gainesville Y. M the attendance during probably ;
route nine for Wofford, and the er- one-fourth of the for the normal plant here, Peabody .
.. draw it over the checkered Gatcrs, four I C. A. officiated. Dr. Haskell served. would amount to ; I
of the night.Aecorting! rors, five for the University and I
Continued three.
, LS;::con r ( on page ) :
to tin: moagr report. for Wofford. .

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# AlUg-tor 2 Friday.__ April 18, 1919
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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATORPrinted a constitution for student gov- anyone officially connectel with HOTEL SBI\/IL OLE

F ernment in the divided state thatit the University from acting as a I Jacksonville, Florida

and published by studentsf is at present. Before we can judge in intersociety debates,, Modern,Fireproof 200 rooms 150 with bath.

the University of Florida every advance one step in that direc- was violated by the act of the I for students of

hursday in their own print shop one tion, we must get together on the Council in allowing Secretary! Headquarters

I campus. fundamental, underlying princi- White of the Y. M. C. A. to sit the University of Florida and
ples. We must rise from the per- as a judge in the last debate.

Staff sonal, mud-slinging plane to the This petition was presented bya their friends. .
UKE WILLIAMSEditor in Chief
higher ground of constructive delegation from the Join: Marshall -
; ENJAMIN ARCHER_Mng. EditorM. thought of $1.50 day European plan and upwards.J.B.POUND .
STEIN. _Asst. Mng. Editor cooperation for the Society at the meeting of Rates per
upbuilding of I Pres. H.R.HARPER 12I'.
a greater Florida.
Ih Ii f REGINALD DeSILVALocal Editor the Debating Council Tuesday
DEWEY DYE.._..._..._Athletic Editor The problem of establishing a night of last week. The matter SMOKECrawford's -
VAN E. HUFF_ Editor safe and .
Society sane student govern-
was discussed at length Tuesday
1 LALPH BINFORDCbntributing Ed. Blunt
ment on our campus is momen- night and again Wednesday
tous to say the least. It is one night. The decision of the De-
which demands the best brainsof THEGRIQINAL
Business Department bating.\Council denied tTie peti-

RALPH STOUTAMIRE_Bus. Mgr. both the faculty and students.It tion, holding that Mr. V/hite is 5 c Cigar Union Made

WALTER GUNN_.Circulation Mgr. is not something which can be not officially connected with the M-de by A.G.Barber Cigar Factory, GainesvilleFlorida
RANDALL HUNTER and drafted and set into operation University.The I

GILBERT CURTIS.Printers within two weeks, or a month.I I I COMPANY
whole incident is regret- JORDAN &
R Rather, it is a state of affairs to-
Entered as second-class matter, able of the John
and the action
y" September 28, 1912, at the postoffice ward which we may have to FURNITURE
Pj at Gainesville, Fla., under the :Act of work for years in order to bring Marshall Society is particularly -
'March 3d, 1879. about lamentable. Heretofore our debates -I
; satisfactory results. It is W.O.RUSSELL MANAGER
Place all communications and news between the societies have .
a problem of changing the mind ... -
t'I items in boxes designated for that been characterized by a good t
and attitude of the student body.In .
I purpose in Peabody and LanguageHalls. feeling of friendly rivalry. The
1- other words, the school will MONEY TO LOAN AT A
E l ; Rate-The Florida Alligator $1.00. have to be "educated up" to that!I decisions of the judges have
:F'I!I point.of view. ; been accepted without question. RELIABLE PAWN SHOP

; WELCOME We have I This circumstance of the demanding -;
thought over this
102 West Main Street N.
of debate is
a new : entirely -
question. Some think it a good i A Full! Line of Musical Instruments
j I contrary to the sentiment
plan to inaugurate immediately.
I{ The Annual High School Meet Others believe such action wouldbe of the student body, anJ, we believe

II I is an occasion anticipated with disastrous. There are strong does not represent the true i .
much pleasure on the part of the feeling of the John :Marshall So-
arguments on both sides. But,
students of the University. We
will all ciety. The action of the Debat-
we agree that the f
t 4 want the fellows to feel that pres- ing Council in refusing to establish -
system is in need of remedy,
1'; they are our guests altogether. for future example sucha
w and that if a thoroly good
We want them to make the University scheme for student disgraceful precedent is to be MILLER'SAgent
their home for their brief government
could ..be produced-however approved by all thoughtful stu
stay of three days. Just helpyourself dents. I
Utopian in character it might
r to our new% gymifigss appear-that would be the solu The student body owes Secretary -: For2ieii
r hall, and anything else you"see
attractive. tion. Then let us set to work White an apology for this JJrf/(; '1taU ii.s a'Jlr/1/ltctJJla'J1J &andielJ
with head and hands, to perfect challenge and tender the same to j

such a scheme, and do away with him.Ve assure him that the
J ;lZ/iJCL diavat
: -a uo.
OUR DUTY .. the small-talk. John Marshall Society in its ac-|

i : tion in no way represents the, Of Jacksonville.
'LAMENTABLE sentiments of the University. I ; .
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: It is the duty of every student CIRCUMSTANCE -

t to cooperate in showing the

: high school delegates the best .
time they ever had this year. The recent debate between the INTER-CLASS TRACK MEET

Undoubtedly, we will all be out Farr Literary Society and the IBcTIua Barber $hop

to the track meet. We would not John "Marshall Debating Societyhas I MARABLJE ( East of Palm Parlor
miss it. But let us not forget resulted in some very regret- I i I Is the official photographerfor
Special Rates to Students.
able There has been considerabletalk ..
the Declamation Contest whichis developments. The John the University of Florida ;

held Friday night. We must l\larshaltSociety; presented a petition in favor of staging an inter-!'. ._.; .':.: -.......J:; -t OJ:'..<''!:.s.n....'. ...:::.-- I Satisfaction Guaranteed.
turn out and give these fellowsa to the Debating Council class track meet some time in the -

packed audience. Certainly, it demanding a new debate on the near future. We think this an DR.GORDON B. TISON THE ALLIGATORis

is a pleasure. Let us make arrangements question of Irish Home Rule, and extremely good idea, in view of t on sale at

accordingly. demanding the setting aside of the fact that it would call forth DENTIST lIILLER'S'lIOSELEY'S

Furthermore, it has been the the decision rendered in favor of I,a number of"winged Mercuries" Phon2I3 GainesvilleLaw CORNER and

custom for the University to Farr Lit. The petition was pre- Exchange; Florida PALM PARLOR _
give these representatives a ban- sented on the grounds that an hitherto unknown on the cam- \. They look well !

quet Saturday evening, after the article o(,the constitution of the pus, and give the students some-

field events. Here the medals Debating Council, which forbids thing to train for. They wear well !

and cups are awarded; and the J C Adkins t- The prices will suit you

winners have the privilege of Attorney and Counsellor at Law': well EMMERSQN'
making short speeches of appre-
Gainesville, Florida .
: ciation. After this banquet, f OXFORDS fcr MEN

everyone is invited to the Pan- The Palm Beach just received. Have you
Hellenic dance held in the Elks
i Club. ;' seen them ?
huiun! ttin!;
The point is this, however.We '" L. c. SMITH
must attend this banquet POSTWest tlorurn! nl 'atw .: North Sideof Square. _

just as if it were as great a qaincsvillrEolrihaDr.Tench l

celebration for us as it is fpr -. EXPERT AUTO

them. There is no excuse for the Palm Beach Florida
i fellows not attending it, for the REPAIRINGGUARANTEED
' dance will net begin until long

r t. alter dark.: ]It means mere thanwe : :" ; ...::- Den.tist
think to the high school fellows !- T Office Graham Bldg.

', so let us attend the banquet PUBLISHED EVERY nAY Gainesville, Fla. Phone 258J Albert Smith
in formation.
mass :

Associated Press Service. GERALD J.O'RIELLY 303 E. Main St. S.


Constructive in Policy Gainesville B. LILIENBLUMBICYCLES
O how some of us wish we had Florida
the breath wasted in talk about
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E student government! We have I .

talked and talked but to little Develops the Hast Coast and Everglade Sectiono on l ig Cannon> Co II
advantage; in fact, to disadvantage .

if anything, for a great deal Florid WEAVER'S

of our talk has been directed Suite 15
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constructive argument based on Subscription
the principle of cooperation to- ALL KINDS OF do first class
Six dollars payable in advance.
a ,
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It wouI-J be.fJ3i: ar.d futile AND BONDS at reasonable prices.4'cric1a ,

for the ct d_ .'_dy ta consider:: i We write it right. "



Florida Alligator H
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JACKSONVILLE which hundred thousand dollars a year, I ----- i'Rlj x ,

amount to a tax of one :

m nJ 0(011VANY mIDJJ mill state.schools United The on movement States has all taxable gone with for surprising on property consolidation thruout- in rapid the the of-I 1,I I I PORTER CLOTHES lj J

"Th? pJ fi maa' $torte" recognized ity. In 1905 the the greater citizens efficiency of this state and $25 $30 $35 i '

, 129 West Bay Street As economy of a consolidated university. IHrf
a result the
multiplicity of schools
Eell Phcns 1431ACKSORI'IIIE
existing then was eliminated, and the
FLA. University at Gainesville and the Col 11'

t lege at Tallahassee were established.; :

---. The wisdom of this act has beer f

$500.00 AND EXPENSES proved by the wonderful growth of ; .
these twb institutions. A return tc. r"

the small scattered school system prevailing It's just as easy as buying your paper to step intoPorter's :;
Exceptional opportunities for I in Florida before 1S05! is un-
and thinkable.As and buy a suit that will satisfy'you at the it
college men women. Con- '
genial and interesting work. Ap- various members of our faculty price your pocket-book dictates as right. / J; '

plication must be ma de at once who schools have had experience with normal These prices Show the* why of Porter's domi -. r'' : if I
point out, a normal school
State age, class and depaitment. up- nance in the clothing field. J :
on.its incepti'n immd at-jlv aspires to :

International Press, College Department university rank. The result is a du- At any one of these Prices you can buy the gref t- !.

1010 Arch Street, Phil- plication of systems which results in est value possible. r t. ; I
financial loss to the state and
adelphia. facilities and inferior faculties at each And the assertion is backed up by Porter's I 1' ti!l

school.It money guarantee and Porter's three -- ;

GATOR BITES is to be hoped that every student store buying power. / ,j.: ;

will use a'1 his inou'>nce with his Both are in first class working order. A i 4
Professor Rogers: "Pat, tell us what parents and friends to see that the i.. ?, '

facts are hereditary in corn". higher educational system of our I

Pat: "Sir, the husk inherits the col- state is not disrupted in any such j
oring matter. I mean by that the fashion as this by men who appar nt- COMFORTABLE NEW OXFORDS 1 Y e ?, l'
husk on the grain and not the shucks' 'v are unacquainted with the true
on the grain." facts of the case. Write to your scat SNAPPY :NECKWEAR Q'" 1

senator, or your repr ?entafve! t L 1
Capt.: "Why don't you lace those ; .. ,
shoes up tighter, Sale"? f :
Sale: "Sir, I am going to about !
face without moving them and thus ANYWHERE. ; .f ,
OFFERS $1,000 PBW.
save my sole". .

Prof.: Crandall: "My wife, is",. anEpiscopalian" < FOR BEST ESSAY IN "I'

Bill Bivens: "Professor, if it' isn't 1.All.i .
too personal, what is your wife's hus- Manuscripts Mu"? !"t" Ma'lcd tc 1 L I

band"? yNatn'l t Industrial! Crnfererce Dnan' ; ,
i ..jby July 1, 1919. Crr.test Oper J,
'''1. At Tampa-Duval Smoker Without<< Restrictions. BAY & LAURA STREETS it'- JACKSONVILLE

Jacksonville Boy: "Boys, you. don't '.. ',' I

realize what an impression even these rThe National Industr'al Conference tT.'T >' ..='''; :E ""' ,.c "....... ..f.IZt".u-____.__. \ : 1 1
little U. of F. pencil holders makeJ I 1
Board, 15 Beacon St., B"stm:: M-'S?. I skill in exposition.The
went to Jacksonville the other day, copyright of the prize manuscript -
has announced that it offers a prizeof
and some one became so attached to $1,000 for the best essay on Industrial with all publication rights, will Popular Goods at Popular Prices :
holder that I didn't have it Industrial
my encil Economics, the contest to las. )C vested in the National

when I got back". until July 1. 1919. Ar.- one rf the 'onference Board. .... ...- at I f.
Tampa Boy (Charlie Bartlett): Each competitor should sign his ;1
following subjects must be chosen: ::13 LrE: =l :JL\I.1:: :'S .
"Gentlemen, if he had gone to Tampa, 1. A practicable plan for r">-e nanuscript with an assumed name, ::
he would have had it when he got sentation cf workers in determining -ending his true name and address in .

back!" conditions of work and for preventionof i sealed envelope superscribed with aDO

industrial disputes. tis assumed name. No manuscript .
i Evolution of a Seniar till be accepted the real authorshipf
2. The major causes of unemployment BUSINESS WITH ,
Freshie: "Please, sir, I did not hear and how to minimize them. which is disclosed when the manu- "

tha question". 3. How can efficiency of workersbe cr'pt is received by the Board, nor { The Florida National Bank I \

Soph.: "Didn't hear the question". so increased as to make high! wage my which has been previously pub- 11 F
Junior: "What"? rates economically practicable' ? ished in any way.Manuscripts I 'TAe Xew Million Dollar Rank" Resources Over $000.00 :

Senior: "Huh"?-Ex.HOPOSEOHflBiT. 4. Should the State interfere in the to be considered in the 9 i

determination of wage rates? :ontest, must be mailed on or before } .
SCHOOLS I 1919, to the National Indus- .
5. Should rates of wages be defi fuly 1,
nitely based on the cost of living? rial Conference Board, 15 Beacon St., ,
NOT NEEDED marked "For ;
Boston, Massachusetts
6. How can present systems of
( Contin led rrom page one. wage payments be so perfected and 'rl-e; Essay. Contest in Industrial Economics" : @) .

to be most conduc'vcto :
to supplemental as -
College is not L, GUY means running I I
) and all man-
The right to reject any
its full capacity. Dean Cox estimates! individual: efficiency and to: the contentment
is reserved. The Board may,
that Peabody could accommodate five I of workers? uscripts award honorable mention toseveral ,.... .. .
7. The closed union shop versus th sowever: ,
hundred The new college
men. and for
ac- shop; their social and economic: manuscripts arrange W G Cleaner
ing commodate at Tallahassee a thousand could students.probably We open value compared. heir publication in full or in part,be-at D swill
.ompensation to be agreed upon Y
need the stu- 8. Should trade unions and em
have the facilities.: We Board and the authors.
plo .ers' associations be mada: lgall: ;weep the
Committee of Award is com-

can readily be normal seen schools that the wouldbe creation responsible'ihe contest? is open without restric- 'csed.cf The : Frederick P. Fish, of Fish, remove all the dirt from anything

cf two new & Neave, Boston, Mass.,
all except thase whiare .
tion to persons
absolute waste of the taxpayers'money.
an National Industrial
of the
identified with th Chairman::
It would be cheaper to even members of or
Conference Board Conference Board. Ask Dealers for
students National our ademonstration.
pay the railroad fare of Dr. Jacob Gould Schurman, Presi- "
not limite to papers r
here end to pay their board than to Contestants are lent Cornell University: Ithaca, N. Y.
should '
but they
of length,
keep up two new schools entirely un- any Henry R. Towne, Chairman; Yale & ,1"i
called for. The upkeep .of these not be unduly expanded. EspeciaWHEN .. New York .
thoI I _-..3t viJ1 he>> ..iven t'n""'!.t, .. j Towne Manufacturing i
schools would not be less than city.JOE.



Lieutenant Joe Swanson who f Makers of Cellulene J :
you buy a pipe bearing the was in the thick of the fighting in I

C trade-mark, you have the France, and who only recently return-. Jacksonville
d from abroad, is on the campus visiting Atlanta j ,
that money
of knowing your
satisfaction his mother, Mrs. S. J. Swanson,
could not have bought a better pipe. The supervisor of the dining hall. Ga. Fla..j

:.. W D C is strictly American made. You cant Lieut. Swanson is a graduate of the _

choose among a multitude of styles, sizes and College of Arts and Science and of

I' ;-:- grades at the best shops-$6 down to 75 cents. he College of Law. I' Up to date Auto Accessories and 1
Wh'le: here, he distinguished him-
WM.DEMimi &CO..New York elf in athletics playing on Univer- SuppliesAt
IForfcT* largest Pipe Manufacturer sity teams in football, baseball, bas-
i:7: ketball, track and gymnasium, and Reasonable Prices. THATS US

: .vas voted the best all-round athletein GAINESVILLE AUTO SUPPLY CO.W. .

the University. Besides this he H. Martin. Mgr. Gainesville. Fla

; \ ,vas an excellent student and took
part in other student activities such
I is the Alligator, Seminole and Y. M.C. fledals and Class Pins

I fine of thla th.rich A. ;
slow adft lt to the eye furnished.
_. brawa of u>.genuine French Briarbo.., The University is proud of him for Special designs
of DM rtnfc to
through the Jet Made u sterkng lustre of sheen the vulcanite Ult.i his accomplishments on the campus, R.J-RILES OOTUtFHNY:

'I i Toud of h'm for his enviable record It. Established Jewelers 1885.
the Great War, and proud to welcome I IS WEST BAY KTBFET: JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
him bail to h.s Alma Mater.


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It is not at all necessary to come to the bank personally in When You're In Jacksonville! Of Course, You'll

I ,- ; t order to open a bank account with us or to make a deposit.

Your instructions received by mail will have the same ': : COME TO FURCHGOTTS

p "::1o.., prompt and careful attention as if you had yourself called

NiOa;If1 MMaia Mp in to see us. For Smart Clothing and Furnishings.When .

Il I! 'isilaptu wIl Start an account today with us by mail. you find yourself in need '

I J i1iJ] I ::3 I iN t\\y} 'irtms)8) miJm2( : nja Of something in Gainesville, write By'Return us..

Our Mail Order Service Will Send It Mail

Jacksonville Florida -- -
k I Such as-alas again we are embar-

INSIDE INFORMATION FOR STUDENT GOVERNMENT assed, we cannot locate these just at
NEW SOUTHERN HOTELG. present. Doubtless a printer's error.

ACTION STillPENDING But again these are mere details.

A. DULEY- Prop. THE UNINITIATED Look now to the gorgeous, the sub

RATES: REASONABLE: : lime climax. What has! he not told us


I I FLORIDA PHONE 168 SHADOWS ment? He has told us-he has told us
itI Mud-slinging: Between "Committees" '-a moment while we search again-

-lf niimus.: Alligator Prints Last of Alas! and yet alas! We are 'grieved,
Realizing that I am layivj mys
The White House open to a suit of damages for libel, Documents For or Against the we are pained, we are broken-hearted.
find them. We
Plan. We cannot bow
I : that I our
it is with some trepidation
I East Main and Church Sts., Gainesville,. Florida attack the subject of lawyers. Realizing : head in s'orr w. i
Once again the students were disappointed He has lost, he has mislaid the only
also that the prob rb Sue a
One Florida's Best hotels. Given a score of 100 per cent. by when the muchtalkedabcut part of his name that was not stolen.
beggar and catch a lou3; is very
student government plan was We are desolate.
State Hotel Commission. applicable to young authc3, I cease
not presented in Chapel last Friday. But courage! All is not lost. There
to trepidate and jump
MEMBER AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE: ASSOCIATION Lawyers may be divided into three Most of the men on the campus feel may be yet a tiny grain of good that

5) Rooms American Plan 35 Baths classes; viz.: land, S3a: and air. |i I that the movement has been pendingtoo we have overlooked. Pardon 'us a

RATES $3.00 to $5.00 day T.IC: land lawyers are the ordinary long already, and if not presentedsoon moment while again we wade thru :
per will run itself to the ground. the filth. i
recogni-ab.e:: anywhere ,
I[or garden variety
steam Heat Eltrlc I Fan and Hoi \\ater in Every Room
their ntative and "The long, drawn out hot air debateson Eureka! We are saved! He is a
S. OGDEN CHADWICK. Manager combative by dispositions.argum If t')'re had I the subject", said one student, "are PHILOSOPHER. He says so him- I

been more lawyers in bleeding! : Belgium I becoming, tiresome; and if action isn't, self. We fly to our dictionary listen:
four there would have taken soon, the movement will lose "Philosopher-One who schools him.
years ago I
: been less heard of Hun atrocities in out.". self to calmness; a man of practical
I Brown Bros Co. Belgium during these sani iOur y-iars I' When informed' as to the' general wisdom".

Had lawyers been sufTichnt'.y! nu-1/ feeling. on the campus, A member oi We glance back at his putrid rav-
the Senior committee said that the and admit mistake. He is
mcrous when the Kaiser s nt his eo remanding ings our ,
: 1 Gainesville Florida general thru Belgium to bust plan would be presented in Chapel to. merely one tenth part of a dollar

up, burgle, and burn, they would have ;, day. thrice computed, with the first unit
I. Buyers of hickory stumpage in served a habeus corpus on the! Hun !i Meanwhile, the "Committee on Public knocked off.Signed .
highbinder, preferred charges:: of trcs-i, J: Safety" has seen fit lo reply to ( ) THE COMMITTEE ON

: :. Florida. If y"u have any hickory I passing written out a s f'J po :1'fo the article of the "Committee,on Public PUBLIC SAFETY.
Information", which appeared in
the Clown Quince as b Lag partifpis
trees wiite us. criminis, and held the Kais r in bail last week's issue of the Gator, witha DUVAL ,ACQUITS HERSELF
for acting en loco parentis, or, as some bit: of biting sarcasm. Another NOBLY AT THE UNIVERSITYThe
may prefer it, loco en la cabeza. -"ticte was handed in, but could not
a I It be printed in full because it was tm- fires of
By the time the machin ry of litigation smoldering a momentarily
G.W.ZARING&C01WHOLESALE had revolved in its manifold, .< nd. However, excerpts from it forgotten rivalry were kindled
complexities sufficienty: to settle the appear below. These are the last ar- recently at the University of Florida,

i case, either one way or the other, it .uments that will be printed before when the Tampa Club challenged tit

docs not matter which, insofar as the the plan is presented. Duval Club to a game of baseball
t GROCERS time element is concerned, all the sub I j I Present Truths vs. Academic Future The two clubs had just maneuvereda

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA marines: would have disintegrated: into [ "If a stranger should come upon' highly enjoyable banquet together
the parate chemical constituents of : cur campus he would believe he was the purpose of which! was to stir up
the materials composing them, a.J I! in or near Paris where the future'of a little school spirit, and thus bring

would have become the happy homes ![ the world is being outlined and the all the good men back to' Florida next
I of the clam and the crawfish. 0\11'' League of Nations formed., Studentsare I year.

IDEAL FERTILIZERSCOMPLETE Zeppelins would have become nutriment : talking in terms of congressmen,! However, neither club could let the
for moths. All Bcche soldiers members of Parliament and other leg-\ other go away without some manifes
would be acting as fertilizer in the slative houses quotations from President tation of the old-time friendly rivalry

I au:r-kraut gardens of their dascend- : Wilson, Lloyd George, and Premier which still lurked in the hearts of the
ants of the 6th or 7th generation, and Clemenceau are falling from Tampa Terriers and Duval Tigers
the mll-: their lips like acorns from oaks. *
FORMULAS ANY ANALYSIS maybe-who Inowsmaybe Acordingly, the Tampans challenged
Icnium itself wou'd have arrived. "Student government is as premature those from Duval to a game of base
PROPORTIONED TO PREVENT WASTE Thus_you see, Rat, if there had been at the University of Florida asa ball the following afternoon.

enough_ lawyers the probabilities, are radio operator! would have been on By breakfast that morning, Tampa
; PROMPT SHIPMENT that there would have been no war. the good ship Mayflower or an aviatorin had a line-up for both first and sec

I You don't believe it? Of coursa you the days of the Crusades. Gentlemen ond teams. By d'nner time, they

I I do, Rat. Don't you se it in print? ,' what we need at this University were almost ready for a game with

Next we come to *'a lawy rs. Thisis is something which the legislaturecannot the N. Y. Giants, had that been avail-

Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. a nautical term end indicates a fore- appropriate nor the faculty able. Still Duval was too slow
mast hand who k ows more than the teach, but must needs come from hodn't even,completed a line-up.

'mates or even th "od: man" himself each individual student, not student, But that afternoon was the time to
I Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers J aboard ship. Hi will argue most government!. but college spirit." show up. Against the formidable battery
Jacksonville, Florida. : usually on the lack of the legal amount An Answer of E., L. Wilson, and the good
: and variety of j: rab saved to the The Committee on Public Safety work of Jimmie Bryce as short-step,
I I I| forecastle. If h' is tigger: than the wishes to congratulate the Rat-for the Terriers could hardly advance. I

cook he may get away with it, but if high school sticks out all over his step. The Tigers agreed to let them
the cook is a handy man, and at sea irticle-who broke into print last have make
FIRST NATIONAL, BANK two runs however just to
he usually has to bo, the: sea lawyer'sdiet week in the Alligator. We only wisho things interesting.The .
(BAIN I BSVI L.LE, !LA. will receive: only the innovationof : point out to him that mud-slinging final score topped off was 19

INCORPORATED 1888: a few tastes of belaying: pin soup is dirty politics, and the last resort ;to 2 in favor of Duval, the line-UP
$100,000.00 served hot.Thirdly. a f the exponents of a hopeless
CAPITAL t cause. f for both teams being as follows:
we v;i'l giv a word to ail i :His work is great let us analyse it.
SU RPLUS $100,000.00 I Tampa: Hunter, c; Ingram, Pf
F lawyers. They are usually of the Note his thoro and complete origi- Gordon, Ib; Meighn, 2b; Van Eeepoel>

hot air or gas cm variety. Judging ality. lie has taken for his signaturethat 3b; Norton, ss; DeCarte, rf; Biveos
from the circrmstantial evidence of the
; OREENIJS & CROSBY' at Committee on Public cf; Wolf, If.
CO. hand one would sty that tho?* legal Safety and has actually changed ;
a Duval: Markwood, c; Wilson, P
debaters who recently petitioned for anew whole word! And what a word! He Simmons 3fc;
debate on a question, which they ;'s the "Committee, on Public INFOR-. Bryce, ss; DeFIonn, rf; Solee, ef;
lost the decision on, were of" that va- MATION".
Pratt, If.- -'Mde '1U 8tor.
Noted for Reliability rf Fifty Years. riety. They were, as is befitting' all INFORMATION? The splendidideal -.-- .
seekers for admittance to the bar (No cf the conception. He
spurnedthe A Mistake
41 West Bay Street Gerald, not saloon; lawyers never lowly and insignificant spirit of There' was from 1M
I a man
I drink for thcr'p is no placa for the 1 1I "Public Safety" which imbues us, the city, young

Jacksonville FloridaClass liquor to go. Liquor goes to a man': I I Conservatives, and has risen to the Who saw,what he thought was a kitt1t
I head, you know), 'perfectly logica I heights of transcendent glory in his He gave it a pat '
only their premises were non e-,t. I "Public Information". '
P nsRingsMedals and Trophies. And soon after that,
Now while it may be true that **Anon I INFORMATION: we .
He pitt.Ex.
buried his clothes-What a
I' est man is the noblest work o?I I Eghast at the ponderous and encyclopedic .
God", a non est lawyer i is one who scope of his facts. The masterful -'

CITY TAILORING COMPANY exists only in the imagination. (You comprehensive answers to our Sentimental He "As we sit here;

?\V.Main Street, Phone 336. I have to rend this last s-ntence twiceto ruestions! The-but no, on second gazing on the beautiful: ocean, x-:

Ha\e your coatsuit or suit altered or relined by Expert Tailors. get the full benefit of it)'. !I, rsiusal we cannot seem to find a eyes seem to speak an unsat

We also do cleaning and pressing. W make a specialty of gloves Let's, motion that the court adjournfor single answer. Strange-perhaps' he longingTell me;'darling, what a it
there is a flea down the back of forgot this detail. But '
hats evening and robes of all kinds. no matter; you crave?" -
gowns, cannot
the chief justice and he get observe the truly wonderful
and logi- Temperamental She "I just lei
F.K.Caldwell Manager :
-nt it while his judicia robs i3.on., cal refutations ,-,of" our arguments. ,.! lobsters"-Ex,' ""

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Stock citrrnr1 ticlits J c 'l1tinl 1'I.'tU15 SHOES 1r ,

/ B. M. Tench
1919 Spring & Summer Samples TheAg.Club held its regular meet J ,I
on display The present week is cne that has
inglast Monday night. Mr. C. T.Link
been looked forward to as the most Q GAINESVILLE 0
g ve an interesting talk on the citru- industry I
eventful one on the social calendarfor
Repairing and in Orange County J. G.demons
Pressing this year. The State High; School FLORIDA
gave a snappy talk on strawberry gl"W'ing
at Plant Meet will bring many visitors to ESHOES '1
City and L. M Hodges fol :
lowed with paper on Industrial Plantsin Gainesville, and several of the various
organizations on the campus have "
Birmingham Ala. The meeting ad- :
planned to entertain.
journed in time for the members to report :
Thursday night the Theta Ribbon
formation to see the military
movies. Society gave their annual ball. It

Gainesville Furniture (Co. was features a formal charact affair-ri'ed and it.many unique. J. Itf. N ct ollUIJ( It to. I

Tonight the Serpent Society will DRUGGISTS j
a s s a a a a a aa r :
give their annual.ball, which will also The Reiall Store" Phone t f "
PLANT BOARD NOTES 4 be a formal ,affa r. The dance committee Agents for .
D R Cox, ProprietorPhone a has not mad any of its plans UGGKT'S AND Nonius CANDIKS :" :

Sa public yet, but it is rumored that it .
a a a a a a a a a
86 :has something up its sleeve. SEE f'
The A. T. O. fraternity has issued A. J. 7-idaI '
-- -- "nvitaticns to a reception to be held ;
Mr. II. A. Lee, assistant patholog's FOR
.his; afternoon at the A. T. 0. House. fir
for the Bureau of Plant Industry, De Drugs. Stationery Toilet Articles, ;,7 1 4
partment of Agriculture, was hr Candies, Souvenir Cards'aterman's .
PALM PARLORJce last week for a conference w.th th TO ALL UNIVERSITY MEN \\ Pens '
State Plant Board staff.Ir.. Let
recently returned from Japan, China Come to ,1,: 4
Tomorrow night the Phi Alpha .
( / 0 and the Philippines, whsre he ha Kappa Doran's Bicycle Shop
Kappa Alpha, Alpha Tau .Omega,
2 been investigating citrus canker, wit 218 Est Main Street .
uvecwitCandy :::LJe 'I
.r the idea of obtaining all possible fheta Chi, and Sigma Alpha Epsilon
jraternities: will cooperate in giving for BICYCLES, MOTORYCLE.
knowledge with which to combat tht
disease in this country. i Pan-Hellen'c: dance at the Elks Club, ACCESSORIES REPAIRS 1
.vhich is located on University; Ave- i

Soda and Cigars.i me, opposite the Presbyterian church.All The New s :
Lieut. N. G. Campbell, formerly dis University students and their

trict nursery inspector, in Pasco coon' :riends, the faculty, and visitors here :
-- --- --- ty: but lately returned from !
-- Camj Tor the track meet are cordially in- EDISONThe
Pike, is now here training in the details sited.
Diamond Ice Co. of nursery work, preparatory !t.

becoming assistant tj Nursery In- TWO "POP" DANCES :
Manufacturers of spector O'Byrne. -

Finest! Crystal Ice No social events were planned for

Cold Stcrage in Connection The room that has been occupied bathe ast week, but when Friday: came, with i 1
GAINESVILLE Students' Pressing Club, in the wthing to da, the K. A. fraternity PHONOGRAPHwith :

_-_ __-___-___-___ FLORIDA. basement of Languag Hall, has beer ame to the rescue with a "pop" dance,
-- fitted up to accommodate the excess A'hich proved to be a very delightful

J.S. nODIFOHD & CO. of cults sent in to Dr Berger, the en affair. The following evening a crowd a SOUL .
tomologist for the State Plant Board. athered at the "Pike" rooms and enjoyed -

DRUGGISTS [ another impromptu hop. Has .
no needles to change.
NORAH GAINESVILLE FLORIDA The great demand for potato plant r .
sir that believed that Plays Records of all makes "
Prescriptions Called for and Delivered inspection that has been made upor Suppose, you
FREE Mr. E. K. Bragdon of the Plant Board, the healthiest: way to walk was on The Edison Shop it
shows that the potato growers of Flor- your hands, and that you enjoyej
--- ------- ida are awake to the menace of the that form of locomotion. You would On the Square, North Side !

THE SANITARY! sweet potato root weevil. have gloves for your feet and pass I '
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the tea at a tea party with your toes. I
The Alachua BARBAR SHOP Mr. Kirkland Lamb, special inspector But that's not the way a normal man University Book StoreBasement ; '1

Promptness Courtesy returned Monday morning from a feels. Of course not, but it does show

Restaurant and Lunc i RoomFOR Satisfaction six months' trip over the western part that doctrine if false, makes life a ( Language Hall) $' i
of the State, where he has been in- nuisance. Good Friday services will (

vestigating the parcels post rela- be at Holy Trinity Church at 10 a. m., Everything '
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN tions of the Plant Board. 12:30 and 8 p. m. You wouldn't danceat ;:j !
PHIFER STATE B BANK your mother's funeral. Why not
Half a block from Atlantic Toast Line
Mrs. Gladys McLendon has been observe your Savior's crucifixion? forStudents l a
DepotTelephone added to the Plant Commissioner'sstaff Easter Day the services will be at :

i.17 GAINESVILLE FLORIDA i of stenographers. 7:30, and 11 a. m., and 4 p. m. At I
eleven there will be special music, and
Gainesville Florida i
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MEMORIAM:\( OFNATHAN at four the children will celebrate.
MOLNAB'SDINING B. CARSON You are welcome. Adv.

ROOMWhere Whereas, God in his all-wise Prov- There is a movement on foot to FORD HEADQUARTERS :
PRESSING COMPANY idence has seen fit to call to the realmof form a University quartet to sing in
(U. H. ALDERMAN, Proprietor
Get your c'otbes cleaned and pressed Prices are Just Sight and Food is eternal peace our beloved brother,I Chapel and at Commencement. Those

ir1--- i irryway. Served: as You Like it Nathan B. Carson, and, interested, who have any warbling THEHOMEOFTHEFAMOUSFORD: .

FREM-II I RY Cr.ANIl't-G'- I ASK ANYBODY Whereas, we who knew and loved ability whatsoever, should !see! Professor -
AND his true Christian character, his stead- Buchholz; at his room in No. 50

STs.\u PRESS i N W .S. Dorsey & Co. fastness, and his noble patriotism, realize Thomas Hall.

Saves Ti ne but too keenly this loss,
Saves C other EVERYTHING inGROCERIESFor Therefore, Be It Resolved, by the Harry Gordon is enjoying a !seriesof !

Saves Money Florida Upsilon Chapter of Sigma Al- chicken dinners-with all the added

Hal Cleaning ...I.'! !i.o.-l-iic. Spechlry Goodness Sake' pha Epsilon, that we take this poormeans luxuries: that obtain with such affairsat MOTOR CARS
Drink Dorsey's Delight Coffee the homes of the various brothers
Also Steam Dyeing of expressing to his parentsand Accessories, Supplies And Repairs
I'hoi-.,.;> r.Ire lisa call friends cur own sorrow and our of h's: race in Gainesville. At!

I endearing sympathy in their grief. Passover the Jews in every city invite OO>> oo >> I

Shoe ELECTRICALmm And, Furthermore, Be It Resolved any strangers of their race to dine GainesvilleCocaCola
American that these resolutions be sent to the with them, and enjoy the delicaciesthat

parents of Nathan B. Carson, and thata are customary during the Hebrew i

Repjir Company EIectrieAppliantesElectric Repairing copy be filed with the Chapter. festivities. So Harry hasn't had a ; i.i
meal in Mess Hall since the Passover .i
StfHinp National Mazda Tramps, All Florida Upsilon Chapter, Co.
old-ivs}? began. Chicken: day! Bottling
114 North i/' s 3:: oIl Mazdas for farm lighting Sigma Alpha Epsilon. every '.
We Man ,
Oh boy! Corner Virginia Are and Union St

Telephone 139 Frank Spain who served as a sergeant '" Gainesville Fla.
Conner Auto Company Charles Roberts, (Bahooley) re-
in the during the war was
I army
Geneva Conner.Prop. :eived a visit from his mother last
Washing and Po isbing; Gasoline I recently discharged and has now resumed week. Mrs. Roberts was returning to .
Oils and AccessoriesFhcnc his work at the University. He her home in Key West after a peasant -
Gal!! and i Delivery I: Free is the old red-headed, talk-
same easy
( .
I?4 G ioaviBe HaI visit with relatives in Jackson- ALWAY:
: I I I I ing Frank, full of "pep" and tryingto ville. A GOOD

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the Gators. Last Saturday at supperhe University boys attending the Lake

I FTIIf.MA: Pre......<<>nt t{. W TUn M Treasurer: O. II. TnO AS. Secretary spoke to the fellows and made prep- City Convention report a wet time
arations for a shirt-tail parade thru for Nolen and Sensabaugh. Accom- HOW

Thomas Company, Inc. town in case our baseball team won. pained by lady friends they walked

Jut on a dock on the lake. The surprise -
HARDWARE IMPLEMENTS: SEED The University was represented at and strain were too great for the AT THE
the Baraca-Philathea Convention at lock and it succumbed, with dire re- I
Gainesville: Fla. Lake City last week by Almond sults to the young 'ladies and their

AGENT- FOR- Franklin, Warner, Camp, Hodesensabaugh !scorts. The water was shallow so Theatre
> Nolen, Merrill, C. John- :neither of the young heroes had a Lyric
THE INTERNATIONAL IARVESTER CO. son, Manes: R. F. Cooper, Inman. .>hance for a Carnegie medal. Sensa-

and Mayes, Dr. Cox, Dr. McGhe;, Prof baugh, however, wishing to show his I

THE JOHN DEERE PLOW O. Stevens and others. Hiram '"c'l incidentally prowess as a true "Gator" dived down
saw a good deal of a certain and rescued a camera lost during the
All Kinds of Farming Tools person who occur PS an i;,port-nc position forced bath. He is still receiving con- Home ot Better Pictures

in Ce-il's 1'uu-e paus.! gratulations from admiring friends.
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Stoutamire, the genial business TO SUMMER SCHOOLDr.
two schools cf the state between
of the "Gatcr"
manager made a plea-
which there has existed since time
sure trip to Atlanta last week, inci-
Murphree's announcement in immemorial the fiercest rivalry State
.t t.
dentally" !stopping by at Jacksonville College
I INTERNATIONAL on the way back, for business. He Chapel Tuesday morning, to the effect I sible met last Friday night: for a so-
w that the curricula of the Uni- cial evening. The occasion: was the
reports a fruitful reward for his: fly-
versity Summer School would include joint smoker given by the Tampa and for
TRUCKSPARTS ing visit to Atlanta and an entire I Vomen1ALUASSEE
success in his mission. quite a few courses for which col- Duval clubs. High School: enmitiesand

Ii & SERVICE 1 1"Ty" lege credit would be given, has resulted traditions were forgotten for the

in many men making plans to attend time in an evening cf jollity. i
Cobb, of firmer baseball
the coming session. There were about forty members FLORIDA
and only recently returned from
France, is back at h1: University "The S. A. T. C., the 'flu', the end i present. Duke Williams, president of
t BROS. of the war and the ensuing confusionin the Duval Club presided and called
his old
t meeting friends and living over
I getting back to the old status of
again the "old days". the meeting to order at e ght o'clock.I
FLASH LIGHTS things, and the demoralizing effect After a little music from the "Y"i

ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Yancey returned Wednesday morn of all these past experiences, have Edson: which had been brought to the I One of the Strongest and
i caused a surprising number c fail- faculty room for the occasion the
& ing from Jacksonville, where he went Best Women's
STORAGE BATTERIES to witness the wrestling match s in.I ures-even among students who: formerly I speaking began. The speaking startedat Colleges in
stood high in their h)1astc: the
I which Wuthrich and Sherman took: one end of the semicircle and went Country
work", said Dr. Murphree. "Here i isyour
last he rounds, every man being calledn.

i II ,_ I opportunity to make up this work Dean Trnsler! was one of the
II I without take time from jour
having to
first men called and the
UNCLE MOSES j Sergeant Hundley from Camp Gor- on assemblywas I
: don reported at the University last r guar college year. If you stay over soon in a joyful mood after lis- 1. College of Arts and Sciences,

MONEY TO LOAN '! Monday to assist in the R. O. T. C. for Summer School you can bring tening to several amusing stories told 2. Normal School and Schoolof
;cur schedule of hours up to the required in the
I work here. j inimitible way. The Education.
Strings \Iusicallnstruments: I jI I I number without interfering Dean said that he fully approved of 3. School of Home
110-112 West Union Street i w th other work." Economics
I !I In an extremely interesting, exciting -!! these county clubs and thought they 4. School of
In addition to the opportunity of-
i and scrappy baseball game last 'i were the best agents of advertisingfor
feted to backward students, Dr. Mur- 5. School of Art.
NICK DAMATO week Thomas Hall defeated Buckman the University. Immediately after
I phrae pointed out the fact that 6. School
j Hall by the score of 12 to 3. Batter-j an, the Dean, the guests were entertainedby of Expression.
Next to McCollum's Drug Store II'' ies: Thomas- -Ticknor and Clemons;: opportunity was also given th> aji an eloquent address from Frank 7. Department of Business.
bilious student to get in several hourto ;:
Phone -- 511 Buckman Wuthrich and Johnson, DiCorti who acclaimed en the won S. Extension Division in
his Home
I credit that might possibly en-
Wallace. ders of Ybor City, Tampa's interest- Economics.
rble him to
HIGH GRADETAILORING graduate ahead of the
I schedule time. ing suburb. Prof. Crandall in a short 9. Graduate School.
Runge's mother paid Mni a visit I}I talk emphasized: the value of the
Dr. C. F.
Hodges, famous biologist,
Saturday and Sunday, and brought clubs as a means of bringing men here Tuition free in all '
v ill be on the Summer School facultyand courses except -
with her his sister, Mis GcriruJe I next year; and 'as a result of his talkit
i will instruct in Nature Study an. private lessons in Music
They enjoyed Sunday dinrwr at tat: was suggested that be ,
men appointed
6\ -
I Civic: Biology. He is the author of Art and Expression.
Commons. to take charge of th's work in both
I 1"Nature Study and Lfe", joint author -I
cities. Randall Hunter and
I -- Lloyd
cf "Civic Biology" and s c. constant
i Hollinrake and Walsh obtained a I Morgan were appointed to take charge
to scientific journalson J
l I rest from the arduous University 1 fe [ various subjects in his field. In of the work respectively! in Tampa and For catalogue and. ether information '
at Hollinrake's home in Ocala last in Jacksonville. write '
1. !' lS09 he was President of the American I to
I week-end. I I: Nature Study Society. Punch, ice cream, cakes, and cigars I
added to the pleasure of the
I j Miss Marie Anderson of Port Arthur -
j About forty agricultural students
it was nearly eleven o'clock be-
Texas, will look after the
I l lI lI li [report a very instructive and jolly i education. pri- fore the meet:rig finally adjourned. REGISTRAR.COLLEGE .
'lI She has had wid
1 mary a :!
good time on their trip thru licanop). Eefore adjournment
t experience in town and I arrangements
city ,
I Irvine, Simonton and Fairfield for the I were made for a baseball FOR
I game
as an institute teacher and for 6 years
purpose of inspecting cattle, last t veen the two clubs
I on followingday WOMENTALLAHASSEE
in the
week. I I v.-as Gary Schools under the
i In The Good OldDays Of Sum- i! supervision of Superintendent Wirt ; and also for another smoker to
of be held shortly before the close of the FLA.
fame. Miss
mer You Will Find It'orth Professor Buchholz ordered several Gary Anderson habeen
for the
i Your While If You Patronize extra copies o>t the Tampa newspaperswhich I, ; establishing this system at Port for activities: during purpose the organizing
Arthur, Texas, for the 3 summer.
Tailor \\'ho Can Fit You Out contained Billy Sunday's sermons -j and the University Summer past School years, would b:: well if the other county clubsof
t and'1't s had them placed on the
In I University would follow
Style. considers itself fortunate in be- the example .
You;will find here as select a range the in the tables"Y"in. the library reading: room i ing able to secure very her services. of these two leading clubs. =-

of fabrics and models as you will in the The Summer School Bulletin is in BURNETT

best Fashion Centers of Metropolitan. Wife (complainingly): "You usedto
preparation and
now sCIon will be 5b.
Gregory, and Emerson rambled! off .1 CLOTHIER
l life.AND: GREATLY LOWER PRI- published and distributed.The say before we were married thatI I
CES ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES !I for a pleasant stay at Emerson's home was a dream".

in addition to a fine array of last week. Best Hands I Hub: "You were. A dream is some- XORTIl SIDE OF S f'AR

conservative BUSINESS MODELS. The little ,, &.
hand I.held la
night, -
Chris Matheson, the University'ardent discovers -
So dainty and so sweet I II
: friend and co-worker who was
;If 51s Dinting recently discharged from Y. M. C. A. alrrxst thought my heart would) .

v ar service spoke at the "Y", meeting break, Miss Witter: "What does 'Rex fugit
: last Sq wildly did it beat. mean?" NEWYORKRACgETAgent
I Sunday.Bob
send it to No other hand into my heart .Soph: "The king flees". for

Could greater solace bring Miss W.: "Make it
PEPPER. I Hargrave spent a pleasant Than the little hand I held last night. putting 'has' in it". perfect tense by FLORSHE1M SHOES
week-end with home folks last'week..
.. r cur aces and a king.-Ex. Soph.: "The king has flees"-Ex.
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