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 25, 1919
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
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weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
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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.
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-- University of Florida, Gainesville, Friday, April 25, 1919 No. 14 i.

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Orlando Comes Second with 20 Points Against Jacksonville's.

Artillery, Trench Mortars, Long, Drawn-out Controversy Finally Met Some Fast Aggregations DuringTen Snyder of Daytona, Wins Medal for Individual Honors; ;. :

'Tanks, Machine Guns, Radio Telephones Results in Vote of 110 to 92 inFavor Day Trip Thru S. C. Won Had Total of 18 Point
Motorcycles, to be Among
,of Student Government. Three Games, Lost Three, Robbedof i
Equipment Furnished. by War Department -
The prolonged discussion of student -

I self-government at last resultedin
NO DRILL DURING SCHOOL YEAR some definite action when the prin- NEWBERRY'S TWIRLER A Pole Vault Second and Third Place Men go Two Inches Higher ,

[ciplevas accepted Tuesday morning WONDERThe Than First Place Man. Key West and Leesburg Flip I

I. The news that the University of by a vote of 110 to 92, after five min- Cpin to Determine Second Place at Nine Feet Six N i '

, Florida will'I have a Coast ArtilleryUnit i utes had been allowed to each side for baseball team returned Satur- --
debate. This day morning from their tour of South .
of the Reserve Officers Training does not mean that a
Penned in the annals of history as'I Ia RUNNING BROAD JUMP.
form of Carolina. The nine, under the direction
Corps, has brought delight to government has been adopted, success the Fifth Annual High I First, R. Scotten, Gainesville; sec- ,

.any old gunners on the campus who but merely that the student body is in of Coach Perryman, left Gaines- School Track has come and gone.i! ond, Miller, Leesburg; third, R. Calk- 4

were formerly in the service. While favor of the general principle and will ville, April 9th. About five hundred persons witnessedthe ins, Miami; fourth, D. Rambo, Orlando. '

no action on the matter has yet been consider a proposed constitution which The first game was played at Columbia finals, which came in the after! Distance, 18 feet, 11 3-4 inches. 1, i

taken by the Board of Control, Pres- the senior class will present in the S. C., Thursday, April 10th, noon, following with keen interest the 120-YARD HIGH HURDLES. t

I ident Murphree says that ,the estab- nerr future. The constitution will be against the 48th Infantry team located fortunes of the various contestants.' I First, W. Snyder, Daytona; second, .

Lshment: of such a unit here is now subject to amendment or rejection as at Camp Jackson. The boys in Jacksonville again cleaned up with H. Baker, Jacksonville; third, W. 4

only a matter of time for there is no the student body sees fit to deal withit. khaki started off with a rush and were the meet, making a total of 48 points : Ward, Miami; fourth, E. White, Mi
leading the Gators by a score of 8 to
I .dded expense to the University, while against 20 of Orlando, her nearest ami. Time, 17 3-5 seconds. k
2, to the eighth inning. But in the
Tuesday is not the
there are many advantages to be day apart rival. This being the third year that SHOT PUT.

gained. He is confident that the opening for the chapel period to be given over eighth the Gators pounded Connorsthe Jacksonville has carried off highest First, R. Little, Jacksonville; sec-

of the 1919-20 session will sea to student activities, but thru the intercession soldier pitcher, to all parts of tin honors at the track meet, she was ond, A. Patter, Leesburg; third, 'J. ; 4ij
'ot and tied the In the ninth.
Florida with a fully equipped Artillery of Mr. White the students score. presented with the b"g loving cup 1 Dial, Gainesville; fourth, P. Miller,

Unit. ...... were given: twenty minutes to consider eight more runs were added by the which becomes the property of the : Leesburg. Distance, 39 feet, 2 inches. :'

Major Ford, of Fortress Monroe, this proposal. Because of the short- Floridians, while the soldier boys aud- school winning three consecutive 440-YARD DASH. a
of the time the debate lim- ed but one more score to their total; I I'
came down here last week to represent ness was 'lmes. First, O. Cox, Gainesville; second
the ending 16 to 9 in favor of
ited to five minutes on each side. game J. Schneideman :Miami third L.
the War Department in a conference Snyder of Daytona, with 18 points.von ; I '
Florida. ;
with President Murphree and Mr. Hargrave, as a champion of the the medal for individual honors. Jones, Jacksonville; fourth, Brown, f
principle of student government, spoke The following day the Gators were Pensacola. Time 60 2-5 seconds. ...
the faculty. He set forth and explained Cook, who won last year, was the t
briefly of the issue, explaining the mo- scheduled to play the University o' nearest. I POLE VAULT. : !
the details of the proposition J i,
South Carolina but rain
The outstanding featuresare tion that was being voted on. Mr. The only record broken was when ; First, A. Alsobrook, Leesburg; second f .

thoroly.follows Morgan then set forth the contentionsof necessitating the playing of two. Snyder in the high: hurdles beat J. Sharpley, Key West; third, V. : i{
as : the Coxe worked '
A minimum of fifty students mustbe the negative. Mr. Morgan's argu- games following day. Burke's (of Tampa) record of 18 sec- Oberholtzer, Leesburg; fourth, G. j
for Florida and ball
pitched good
Unit. ment rested largely on the allegationthat ;nds, reducing it to 17 and three fifths Standly, Jacksonville. Height, nine 1
in the Coast Artillery .
enrolled all the but lost his game due to
the students are not so fit to way seconds. feet, four inches. 4 t
However, an aggregate of 100 students costly errors by the infield at critical 1"
must be enrolled in all of the R. O. govern themselves as the faculty, who moments. The ended with Of the sixteen schools entered, they 220-YARD LOW HURDLES. h.
have had years of experience. Dewey game a scored as follows: Cocoa 1, Daytona First, W. Snyder, Daytona; second, I
T. C. units of the institution.The of 5 to 3 in favor of the Game-
have Dye in a few brief statements empha- 18, Ft. Pierce 1, Gainesville 14, Jacksonville -} H. Mab'ry, Jacksonville; third, L. g. t I
must coursescf
institution ,
sized the inability of the students to cocks. It was featured by Richbourg'sallround 48, Key West 10, Leesburg 19, Jones, Jacksonville; fourth, H. Cook, i I
to establish -
be willing
instruction or playing and Coxe's home run ;
themselves. "Rowdy Bill" Wil- Orlando. Time, 29 2-5 seconds.
govern Miami 12, Orlando 20, Pensacola 7,
the equivalent in scopeto field fence. i
same, knocked over center
kinson then took the floor and spokeof and Kissimmee 3. Others no score. ONE-MILE RUN.
the courses of instruction mentioned the necessity of the colloge students The second game was a hard game The pole vault had some curious First, W. Stevens, Jacksonville; ;
for obtaining a to lose. Florida scared "
for the Gators :
as prerequisites R. i fitting themselves by experience for results. Ahobrook, of LEesburg, who second, Vickery, Pensacola; third, K. ;
commission in the Coast Artillery in the first inning and things looked I
their duties as selfgoverning citizens, won, vaulted only nine feet four inches Bell, Jacksonville; fourth, Prosser, i
0. T. C. / of in the bright. Again in the fifth, two more I Miami. Time 5:14 1.5.HALFMILE .
and of the need democracy ; while thVman who got fourth place {
course of instruction tied the In the eighth inning
The Coast Artillery runs score. -
colleges which turn out our future cit- at nine feet five. Second and third RELAY.

causes the very minimum interference izens. Frank DeVane ("Bolshevik") thru misplays on the part of place men went over the bar at nine First, Orlando; second, Jacksonville; '
with the normal college Florida' Carolina was able to shove
then branded the 'whole principle of ,I feet six. Here's the way it happened: third, Miami; fourth, Pensacola. Time, ,
curriculum no military drill is required two runs across the plate, while Flor- I
student self-government as "a spy sys- Alsobrook went over at nine feet 1:462-5.
during the academic year; all tem" and "Bolshevism". Mr. De- ida could do nothing in her last in- four, but the other contestants all The teams in the order they finished j N
instruction is concentratedin ning. The ended 6 to 4 in favorof '
practical Vane's flow of eloquence stopped only game failed thruout their three trials at that were as follows: Jacksonville, 48; Or- i

the two summer camps. The maxi- with the calling of time by Mr. White, the Gamecocks. mark. That gave Alsobrook first lando, 20; Leesburg, 19; Daytona, 18; i

; mum use is made of the military the five minutes allotted to the nega- From Columbia the boys journeyed place, and the other three men, Sharpey Miami, 12; Key West, 10; Gainesville, 1

value of the course already existingin tive being consumed.A I to Spartanburg, where they played of Key West, Oberholtzer of Lees- 14; Pensacola, 7; Kissimmee, '3; Cocoa i i: t

the institution, and effort is madeto standing vote was taken on the Wofford College. This game went burg, and Stanley of Jacksonville, and Fort Pierce 1 each. ;
valuableto thirteen innings and was one of the '
make these courses more question, and the principle of self- A'ere given three more chances each, Individual scores were: W. Snyder,

all ,students taking them, by the government was found to have carried most remarkable games ever stagedin to decide the other three places. This Daytona, 18; H. Cook, Orlando, 9; ;t.
addition of interesting problems and college baseball, being filled with 1 H. Baker, Jacksonville, 8 Cox
by a vote of 110 to 92. time all went over the nine feet four I ;
the mil- thrilling plays and lots of good ball
concrete illustrations showing The widely divergent views held mark, and the next time, at nine feet Gainesville, 7. "
itary application of the principles concerning the nature of student self- playing on both sides. Liddon and five, both Sharpley arid Oberholtzerwent The medals and the cup were pre- '

taught; no drill hall, armory or extensive government will be clarified, it is Hardee were batteries for Florida over, but Stanley failed. Key sented by Dr. Cox in the Commons ,

storage space will be required hoped, in the near future when the while Marten and Rebers worked for West and Leesburg tied again at nine after supper Saturday. Many were the

the institution is put to no Senior class places the tentative con- Wofford. The final score was 4 to 3 feet six, and tried at the nine seven yells given by the various delegationsas
with the Gators on the big end of the'score.
additional expense.A stitution before the student body. .nark. Neither was able to get over, members of their teams were t

Coast Artillery officer will be detailed nowever, and by mutual consent a i awarded the prizes which they had

to each institution as early this The next game played was at Green- join was flipped, with the result that won during the day. :\ '

spring as practicable.The ARCADIA AVIATORS TO ville on Tuesday, April 15th, with Fur- Sharpley got second place. The Key West prizes were awarded )

minimum personnel to be sup- man University. The Gators fresh The incident was characterized by a first as the island city men were ;\ w.

plied each unit will be: 1 officer, 1 PLAY GATOR NINEFlorida from their victory over Wofford were real sporting spirit: on the part of anxious to catch the 8:15 train for > 1
out for blood and when the umpire Tampa in order to make connectionswith
of sergeant
sergeant (with training a ooth Key West and Leesburg. Each

major), 1 sergeant (motor mechanic), called play were on their toes and i nan wished the other one luck as he the boat leaving there for Key '-1' .
battle. Florida scored first,
2 privates (trained as gun mechanicsor will have an opportunity of started for his try, and the men from I West Sunday. E
but later Furman came back strong,
After the presentation was over, I
motor mechanics). another fast game of baseball ach school cheered a good jump on I ,
seeing the at the beginning of the ninth:
The service will endeavor to fur- when a team of playersdrops score he part of the rival man as heartily Coach Buser was called on for a
this season 4 to 1 in their favor. The
nish as much of the following sup- out of the sky to Flem- being as they did the vaulter from their speech, and he responded with an ex- .
right in their half of the ninth
Gators planation of the conditions which had
Plies as may be desired by the insti- and engages our husky nine wn school.
ing shoved two runs across the plate and
prevented the University this I
tution and as may be available for bat and pill struggle. The results from all events wereas year :
in a had third base with one
issue. a man on follows from doing as much for the high
that Coach re- :
Here is the telegram down. The next batter hit a long i
school visitors as it would like to dO.
One with acces- 100-YARD DASH.
gun and limber, the first part"of the week:
ceived fly to right field and the man on third He concluded with a promise that the I
sories, of each of the following types: "Carlstrom Field, Arcadia, Fla. slid safely across the plate but the First, H. Cook, Orlando; second, W.
next meet would find the Universityon
155 mm. gun (G. P. F.). "Can you play our post team at umpire waved him out. This act on Snyder, Daytona; third, L. Mack, its feet again, and able to make I

8-inch Howitzer and platform. Gainesville Thursday or Saturday of of the umpire characterizedthe Jacksonville; fourth, Barrow, Pensa- 41
part I the visit of the high school men a success -
Each type of trench mortar avail- next week? We are raising money spirit shown at Furman, and had ola. Time, ten and three-fifths sec- jn :.
every way.BATTALION 4
able. Our team
for our athletics. nds. .
ourselves there been a fair umpire Florida would
1 anti-aircraft gun and mount. to Gainesville in ten ships. RUNNING HIGH JUMP.
fly up have won instead of being defeated TO TAKEIN

1 37 mm. rifle. Will prove to be a great ad. Wireat by a score of 4 to 3. First, H. Baker, Jacksonville; second MEMORIAL SERVICE
Among transportation and my expense."LT. The sixth game of the series playedat V. Oberholtzer, Leesburg; third,

laneous supplies are: P. S. MOORE. Due West, S. C., against the fast A. Alsobrook, Leesburg; fourth, B. Confederate Memorial Services will :

3 caterpillar tractors. The exact date of the game will be team representing Erskine College, resulted 3ummerlin Ft. Pierce. Height five be held at the Gainesville cemetery I i I

2 trucks, cargo, Q. M. C. made known in Chapel or in mess hall. in a score of 4 to 1 against feet, six inches. Sunday afternoon at four o'clock. The

2 motorcycles with side cars. Fifty cents admission will be charged, Florida. The game, fast thruout, was 880-YARD RUN. battalion will take part in the cere-

1 artillery repair truck. and the town is expected to turn out characterized by clean baseball and First, W. Stevens, Jacksonville; monies, which will be somewhat as i

1 Ford tank. in full force. Announcements of the good umpiring. Coxe and Hardee econd, K. Bell, Jacksonville; third, follows:

4 Browning guns. game will be scattered over the sur- worked for the Gators while Henry 0. Cox Gainesville; fourth, Wilson, Music by the Cadet Band. t

4 Browning automatic rifles. rounding country by one of the Ar- and Agnew were the batteries for ensacola. Time 2:19 25. Memorial Address by Major S. A. i i

4 Lewis machine guns. cadia aviators.to Erskine. The Erskine team was by 220-YARD DASH. B. Wilkinson. !

1 portable searchlight. officers qual- far the fastest college aggregation in W. second I j
build up a reserve of First Snyder, Daytona; Music by band. iI i
2 heavy artillery). I
radio sets ( opinion of the War Department, much the state of South Carolina. H. Cook, Orlando; third, L. Mack, Musket salute. I

2 radio telephones.The of the Coast ified for its particular service. In the I From Due West, the team traveled. Jacksonville; fourth J. Hudson, Mi- Taps. *. I

primary object Continue on three.) ami. Time, 24 seconds. Decoration. '*
three.) ( page s \
Artillery Unit of the R. O. T. C. is ( Continued on pate .;


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followed tLe rest day: b; an exciting I ville Auto Supply Company, G.1- S

( baseball game. That is what we need. ville Furniture Company, Ga'nesvills Jacksonville, Flori(1a.I ( .

This served to challenge the worth of Planing and Coffin Company, W. 1 I. dernFiieproof 100 rooms 150 with

I ; Printed and published by students the other clubs, thus starting a contest Johnson Drug Company, E. C: Jordan I bath

I of the University of Florida every for supremacy on the diamond. Furniture Company, G. H. Kelley, I B Headquarters for students
,i Thursday in their own print shop on Keep it up! That is exactly whatwe Lilienblum, Lautz & Helvenston, Lyric of '

the campus. need. Why not have a contest for Theatre, Marable's Studio, J. W. Mc- of Florida
men next fall? Worked out on a proportionate Collum Drug Company, Miller's, Mol- the and d

basis, this would be fair nar Dining Room, Morris-Cannon
r L" Staff enough. Company, Nora Norton Novelties,i their friends.
in Chief
Palm Parlor, Phif '
New York Racket,
BENJAMIN ARCHER._Mng. Editor Printing Company, Rates $1.50 per day European plan and upwards.
M. STEIN..................Asst. Mng. Editor, OUR ADVERTISERS AND WHAT' State Bank, Pepper BarberShop Pres. H.R.HARPER
Local Editor THEY HAVE DONE FOR US Reliable Pawn Shop, Sanitary ,J.B.POUND 41tt
; :>.:,:EY DYE...............Athletic Editor Sanitary Cleaning and Pressing L. C. SMOKECrawford's -......-.. '
I; As we near the end of the school Company, J. J. Seykora,
VAN E. HUFF............ Society Editor
I RALPH BINFORD....Contributing Ed. year, it seems ju.t and fitting: that the Smith & Company, Otto F. Stock, Blunt
I Alligator make some acknowledgment Smith Auto Company, New Southern
I I o'I and statement cf appreciation for the; Hotel, The Thomas Company, Dr. G
Business Department support given b/ our advertisers. It B. Tison, Dr.* J. D. L. Tench, B. M. THE
I should be unJerstool by all that this: !Tench Shoe Company, U. of F. Book] Union
H..LPII STOUTA IIR :'Bus. Mgr. 5 c Cigar Made
i volume of the Alligator, as well as Store, United Shoe Store, A. J. Vidal,
......Circulation Mgr.
, and any other \olume, is absolutely dependent Voyle Brothers, Weaver's Steam :Made by A.G.Barber Cigar Factory, GainesvilleFlorida
I. IANDALL upoM it adver.. 3ers. Without Laundry, The White House, The Wil

f GILBERT CURTIS___._.Printers them there never v.cu.J have been a, son Company, Gerald J. O'Rielly, Vansickle's JORDAN & COMPANY--

I I entered as second-class matter, college weekly called The Florida Al Studio, Seminole Seeed Com

I, I. September 28, 1912, at the postoffice ligator. In a s, nse the advertisers of pany. FURNITURE
I at Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of this year should be given the larger From the city of Jacksonville, Flor-

March 3d, 1879. portion of the Credit for the paper's dia: Dozier & Gay Paint Company, w.o. RUSSELL MANAGER

<>lace all communications and news being as good as it is, for they have Harry Frieseke, Furchgott's Clothing
I items; in boxes designated for that, paid the bill! Without the money, all Company, Greenleaf & Crosby Company

I in Peabody and Language good intent.ons would lra\a been of no Jacksonville Sporting Goods --
I l alls.I avail.With Company, Smith Brothers Company, MONEY TO LOAN AT A
t ''I 1 Kate-The Florida Alligator, $1.00. a very few exptions our ad- Porter Clothing Company, R. J. Riles

I I vertisers have stuck by us this year. Company, Hotel Seminole, United RELIABLE PAWN SHOP
EDITORIAL This is especially commendable: con- States Trust Conipany, Wilson &
sidering the adverce condition! of bus- Toomer Fertilizer Company, C. W. 102 West Main Street N.

i It has come to our attention thatc iness following the war. In fact, Zaring & Company. I A Fu'l Line of Musical Instruments

rtain delegates who attended the many said that we could not get ad- From other cities: Wm. S. Myers, ,

Track Meet and Declamation Contest, vertising support this spring and ad- Chilean Nitrate Commission, Wm. De- ,

\ ere prohibited from attending the vised that we not try to get out a muth & Company, New York C't-: ; '

I ; dances given in their honor. Sucnarrow paper, but the advert sers, by the Florida State College for Women, Tal'ahassee .

mindedness is absolutely un- money they shehed out, said they Fla.; Palms Publishing Company -

J leasonable. Of course every one hasa would support us and tLey have doneso West Palm Beach, Fla.

right to his opinions but to de- ; wonderfully, magn.. cLntly, and un- An effort has been made to mention

l.bsrately force one's personal beliefs grudgingly. Roughly, they will Rave all, and you, reader, are referred to

; upon another, is rather obnoxious. paid into our treasury by the end of the columns of the paper to see if MILLER'Agent
i. The delegates were requested to attend the school year somth ng like $800. inyone has been omitted. I II

I" : the dances but certain ones of This is by far the biggest: income we I I _

them had to refrain from going because have, really much: mere than all other ANOTHER BOOK BY DR.

l they had previously been placed sources combined.In SIMS TO APPEAR SOON ForJ.i'JltJlll11y

under oath not to attend.a dance. view of the above we students, ( ; I/tifonanb
in form of And nt $ and f iandusJamutJoL
The wrong seen any ..faculty, and friends *f the University "The Rural Community,
amusement depends entirely upon who and the Alligator should patronize our and Modern" is the title of another -

i is judging it. It is beyond our comprehension advertisers. Le owe it to.them. They work of Dr. Newell L. Sims, ProfEssor -" -a n//w jrtovaiuo.Of .
that anyone could be sccnspi.euously have aided us in an admirable manner of Sociology at this unlvzrsity: : <
: selfish as to prohibit a jvhich will within the nest two
and we should! show our appreciation appear '" Jacksonville
udent attending them. Besides, no by gh ing them our business "nonths. The book, which is ben: ; published

school principal has a right to carry whether large or small. by Charles Scribners' Sons, cane
S so far. This is a free used both text book and a
h s jur.sdiction The following: firms, or persons, as a
i i 1 country, and 'ea-' man is entitled to have taken advertising space with us source book. It is partly the original: : -

I : his own creed of behavior. It should this year: I work of Dr. Sims, partly compilations -
left to the student's parents as to made him is the first work ofits -' .
; b: From the city cf Gainesville: J. by ;:;
: hether he shall dance or not. ; kind in this field of sociolo y. IBC Barber -
C. Adkins, Alachua Barber Shop, Ala. UB $hop
CLUB SPIRIT chua Cafe, Alachua County Abstract Upon its publication, a copy'wi'.l! ba !M/" RABLE

Company; J. H. Alderman, American placed in the library, and next year it I Is the official photographer I ( East of Palm Parlor)

What do our clubs mean to clubscf us? Shoe Repair Company, Baird Hardware rill be used as a text book in Sociology for the University of Florida Special Rates to Students'
Here we have a dozen or more iii. ,
Company, Baird Theatre, The A. : Satisfaction Guaranteed
nature on our cam L .
one or another I '-E '
G. Barber Ci .ar Company, The Big I: "
What are the purposes of such Ralph Binford and Joe Wolf enjoyed
Store, J. S. Eodford: Drug Company, I
organizations anyway? Why do we a short visit in Tampa, obtaining THE ALLIGATOR
Blanche Cafe, W. G. Boltin, Brown DR. GORDON B. TISON
have them? Most of the old men know Brothers Lumber Company, L. J. a much needed rest (?). They returned -
them, but how about the is on sale at
the good in Burkhim, Burnett the Clothier, City to the University Monday DENTIST

.,interest of the new men? Tailors, C. H. Coles & Son Company, morning. MILLER'SMOSELEY'S
we feel safe in Phone :M3 Gainesville
From past experience CORNER and
i Conner' Auto Company, Nick Damato,
I spying that there are no other that orf Diamond Ice Company, W. S. Dorsey "Rat" Ball spent the last weekendn Law Exchange Florida PALM PARLOR __
in entire system
anizations real our college spirit than Grocery Company, Doran's Bicycle ; Tampa, enjoying Billy Sunday. It I They look well! .
1 i furnish. more Shop, Moses Edestein, Thomas W. is rumored a great change has been
{ 'S se various county clubs, agricul, Fielding, First National: Bank, Florida brought about in his life. Even grape- They wear well !
the fellows 1-
etc. There I 1J
tural clubs, schoolmates. National Bank, J. R. Fowler, Gaines- juice; has ceased to tempt him. C Adkins
t,.c together as true The prices will suit fa
nowhere else in college, you I'
There, as
I fellow student Attorney and Counsellor at LawGainesville well E IMERSON'
come to look upon your 'I
I vital factor in I ,
as a real being, a Florida OXFORDSfcrMENjust
the life of the school, as someone who

'is worth something'to the University, The received. Have yoa
Palm Beach :
much to
and who will be worth more :
the world when he goes out into it. I (Tlimuns j.j:1rlbii seen them ?

j There you realize that the associations L C. SMITH
of your college life are worth 4Iarutu ntDr. 'awaiutsvillt
nrmost'as much as your studies. Furthermore POSTWest North Sideof Square. _
t you realize the value of each ,':F vlriDr

.individual as an advertising medium EXPERT AUTO
for the University.Now .
we come to the real purposeof Palm Beach Florida
these county clubs, in particular, 1 REPAIRINGGUARANTEED

to>> bring men back with them to school

the following fall. Some years back, : ,
it was the custom of the Universityto Office Graham Bldg.

employ traveling representatives, : : Gainesville,:Fla. Phone 258J Albert Smith
whose duty was to round up the high I I'I

These school fellows graduates undoubtedly for the coming did a great yeai. : GERALD J. OORIElL Yi 303 E :Main St. S. i

deal of good in the way of advertisement Associated Press Service. 'I Opposite Fire Station
etc., but the one convincing advertisement ARCHITECTMiami

; is the, the MEN one overwhelming our school turns argument Constructive in PolicyDevelops Gainesville I B. LJUENBUf 1

cut. Therefore, let us get together I FJoiidaMowig ; i
through the medium of these clubs,

I and show the state at large, and the
particular county from which we come, ; BICYCLES
Cannon: frr
j what kind of men the University of the East Coast and Everglade Sectionof :t __ MgWEAVER'S

Florida has. '
In order to do this, we must get Floridd. ;
; I
up a little more spirit in our clubs r -Suite: 15-
right: here, before we leave and scatter : : r; !l-iL' i STEAM LAUNDRY

it in the summer. More meetings, to Grah Building

more, activities, more social gather ,Subscription We do first class
ings,' more plans with which to wake ALL KINDS OF
up that high school at home-in other Six dollars a year, payable in advance. :. INSVRANCEAND I Dry Cleaningat

words, more PEP in general. Think!

What can you do? BONDS reasonable'rri'l"y pr cep

Recently, the Tampa and Duva'
We write it right.
Clubs had a rousing good banque'j _
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.',::ids Alligator --. S '_ i j Friday A P ri125. 1O1O om l lJACKSONVILLE I-

haps spending a few minutes in -

drInkIng in" all the beauties of na-I I : j
ture about him
] cross his legs,
I and begin studying with I
a clear, con
R tented mind. -
The grounds are beautiful and in- CLOTHES
Therefore it is only just that

i "Th' ppa t8rnBn'8 $tollet we should be able to accept and en-
t joy their invitation.
$30 $35
129 West Bay Street .


FLA. ,

I $500.00 AND EXPENSES Key West; Bryan, Kissim-

mee; Gale, Jacksonville; and Mc- ,

Exceptional opportunities for Keown, Cocoa, Winners of Medals It's just as easy as buying ;your paper to step into t

college men and women. Con in State Contest Friday Night. Porter's and buy a suit that will satisfy you at the .t

genial and intere ting work. price your pocket-book dictates as right.
Ap- Key West came off victorious in p
plication must be made at once the State High School Declamation These prices show the why of Porter's domi it

.tate age, class and department. Contest last Friday night when David nance in the clothing field. .1

'ternational Press, College-Department Oration Kirchik, Over delivering Caesar""Mark, Antony's the At any one of these Prices you can buy the greatest

1010 Arch Street, Phil- medal offered by the University.won gold Edgar value possible. .tl 1

aJtlphia. Bryan, of Kissimmee was a close And the assertion is backed up by Porter's f
second, and was awarded the
silver "
back and Porter's three + :
medal. His selection was Robert Em- money guarantee -- ;(
met's famous speech upon his sen- store buying power. f t4! I
tence of death. Both are in first classworking order. .
Ask the Man Who 4 4i)
The bronze medal went to R. Gale ;i i

of Jacksonville, who took third
Has Used It
President Wilson's famous address, !
asking Congress to declare war, was COMFORTABLE NEW OXFORDS q i

Whether or not he has made good his selection. J. McKeown, of Cocoa SNAPPY KECKWEAR: -

crops with Nitrate. Why speculate on the fourth place ribbon: decora- ( r
with Non-Nitrated forms of icn in giving an excerpt from a MANHATTAN SHIRTS r !,
pecch cf Senator Borah, delivered before !

Nitrogen when, by using Nitrate: ,
the United States Senate March AND EVERYTHING BOYS WEAR f f
you can insure crops against ad- 18, 1918.

verse conditions ? With the i I I Dr. James M. Chapman, Professor of ANYWHERE. "I '/

rational use 'of Acid Phosphate, Oratory, presided over the contest I

always recommended by us, there The other high; school delegates takn ,

will be no interference with nor- : part were: C. MacDonnell, Orlan ::1
Jo; L.'Marshall, Tallahassee; and Me. .
mal soil conditions, either in one : : :
Henry Jones, Pensacola. 1
year or in one hundred.W. .
An entertainment for the benefit of
LAMBERT MYERS the Y. M. C. A. will be given undei I

Chilean Nitrat.Committff the direction of Professor Marks -9,1: BAY & LAURA STREETS JACKSONVILLE ,FLA. :\ : II
P.O Box 248 Berkeley CaL
Dr. Chapman in the gymnasium .

_....... ..................a.T",.. "'>"._ Friday evening, April 25. A choice? ( ._ _:.. !9.:;oC;_.....-. "'__._-
-ritcher in South Carolina in the per- I
selection of numbers
DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINK arranged especially i
: for the occasion will be given ;on of a Mr. Luther, hailing from I

How much a few park benches con- including selections by Professoi .omewhere up in the Carolina hills. Popular Goods at Popular Pricesat t I

veniently distributed over the campus Chapman, and the ever popular plaj Liddon started off good for Florida I
"Elder Sniffles' Courtship", with Dr ind held Newberry scoreless for four '
'f r would add to the comfort and attractiveness r :
the New-
of our grounds? There .Chapman'Widow Beddot"in h's famous and Mr.role Miles of the erry nnings.boys In got the to fifth Liddon inning and scored ::13 .TR.I.HI12V: : :: : ": y
a; -
times when fellow feels that it t- .
Are a .
In the sixth frame, two
Sniffles. Admissionwill .wo runs. ,
'Elder Shaddrack
Is simply criminal to have to stay in the .1'j'
were added, making 4 1 1i
be fifteen cents for students more runs --
his and When he. comes iJII
room study.
The !
the Gators.
core 4 to 1 against :
from the classroom, he wants to stay twenty-five cents for others. Th. II i ,
fathom Luth-
outdoors and get a bit of fresh air proceeds are to go to the Y. M. C. A .r's'lorida delivery boys and could the not game ended by a i: DO BUSINESS WITH <- I '

and enjoy to the fullest the invigorating Notice in the New Testament how core of 4 to 1 in Newberry's favor. The Florida National Bank :f' I"
effect of he wonderful sprintweather the bestf
Yet .ittle the word Christian is used, anc The final game was perhaps Itl;
that Florida is enjoying.
how much Christ. Naturally, becauseto the series. The boys seemed to The jVfw Millie Dollar JiatiJt" Resources Over $zooo.oo r R
there is that ten-chapter reference in into the .
and went :
spirit "
ourselves to Him is more tave new
economics that he must prepare for compare. determined to win. Hartman j' !.
to game t ;
han the
man care
; average may
tomorrow, fifteen books of Plato ;
or selected as batteries ;
nd Hardee were
asked what i<
to.! Suppose on being
Aristotle, and Socrates on which he the selection proved
Florida and
said, "I the good or '
has to recite that afternoon. So witha our name you
:Mr. Jones". What an ass! There is o be a wise one as the Presbyterian H's >
sigh of resignation and a longinglook ollege boys seemed to be helpless )
only one good. But then we will con-
at the stretch of green in frontof Hartman. The game ended
sider this further Sunday morning: at against ,
Language Hall, the poor fellow I I nth the score 7 to 0 in the Gators'
11:45 at the Episcopal Church.
a. m.
1 drags himself to his room to bone The outstanding features of
The Early Communion will be at 8
) for five or six hours, away from the .he trip were the all-round star playng "
a. m. and Evensong at 9 p. m. (new

breezes.refreshing sunshine and cooling time"acts).presented You will, at be both interested services.in Adv.the :rood of work Richbourg of the at Florida third batteries and the D fe? G Cleaner J J..

Now, suppose some comfortabl ind the fielding of the outer gardeners. '
I :i.
benches were placed under our beautiful -

shady pine trees, and our stu- BASEBALL TEAM RETURNS .
Plate will all the dirt from
dent could bring his Taussig or remove anything
.cut there instead of closeting himself FROM CAROLINA TRIP ARTILLERY CORPS

in the dorms, and having his mind

.. T ander to "the good old days" when Continued from page one) NEXT YEAR Ask our Dealers for a. 1
the woods and the old swimming hole

took precedence over profs. and to Newberry, S. C., where they played ( Continued from page one. > \
spring exams. What would be the Newberry College team and incident- demonstration.
result? Why our student after per- ally ran into the strongest college time and money would have beer _
saved in preparing to enter the wa-

fL II .f the United States had possessed i

if reserve corps of artillery officers DOZIER & GAY PAINT CO.f

II IIj I trained in the manner that the Coast ; j i

.Vrtillery Unit course prescribes. Met ; !
Here taken from the Coast Artillerjind
f Makers o Cellulene.J.j
used to great advantage in train .

ng recruits in all branches of ar-
I illery. Atlanta Jacksonville
I ;
According to a bulletin issued bj t

ii j .he War Department, the war demon Ga. Fla.

r i tf ill see W D C ,trated that our colleges and universities -
II YOU furnish the material par excel-

on every campusin ence for officers from civil life.MA :! i
I Look at this one.A cork- Up to date Auto Accessories and
think clear-
Ins piece of genuine the countryAmen.canFrench sound body, the ability to
Briar sterling ;iy, and ideals of service, are part ol
ring. vulcanite bit. thesmoothestworkmanship pipes for American men, what a college aims to give its stu SuppliesAt : J

I I -a shape that makes bettered anywhere. lents and are the most important basic .Reasonable Prices.( THAT'S US
and not
it mighty convenient to officer. In addition
of -
have in your room. qualifications an GAINESVILLE AUTO SUPPLY CO.W. t
You can get any shape, size and I practically all courses taught it H. Martin, Mgr. *_Galnesrflia. Fla i

J grade you want in a W D C. ollege (especially the engineering I

A ;! The best carry them at $6 ourses) have a distinct military value. i
I I In most cases a slight addition of material fledals and Class Pins :
down to 75 cents. to a course, will add not onljJQ
: the Special designs furnished. i
:; the military value of course

;II TRAD[ MARK WM. DEMUTH & CO.. New York out will also increase materially it R.J-RI LAS COMPRNY
Worbft Largctt Pipe Xmmfacturtr eneral interest and value to the stu '
Ii Established Jewelers 1885.
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Frida>'. April 25I
Alligator 4 ,=

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

, ,; ups order to open a bank account with us or to make a deposit.

i 4I(1(;.? Your instructions received by mail will have the same COME TO. FURCHGOTTS

nul ttq ,as prompt and careful attention as if you had yourself called

N O ij 1NIp in to see us. For Smart Clothing and Furnishings.When .

,.. tt Ii1t Aa
t. Start an account today with us by mail. you find yourself in need

; aM] W f;ial imam! ] Of something Gainesville, write us.

Jacksonville vX Florida**J *L t-r Our Mail Order Service Will_ Send It By Return- Mail

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I house. Seven private houses were at-l various hospitals and the Saturda
''WSJUTn ERN HOTEL INSIDE INFORMATION FOR tacked in rapid succession. Alwaysthe : Hospital Association. J
same answer. Neither for love j "My business has decreased in

U G. A. DULEY, Prop. THE UNINITIATEDLesson or money or to keep the dogs quiet,'j volume, owing to the fact that gOOds
could be secured so much as two I am selling have been restricted a
RATES REASONABLE 8. The Ding Dong Trail blankets and floor space on the porch. j output by the government and he.i .
MCE: MODERN ROOMS EXCELLENT TABLE SERVICE Finally just as they were makingup i cause I will not sell all that I have to

i DAINESVILLE FLORIDA PHONE 1C8 For the benefit of the poor but their minds to a hard night on the go beg, borrow and steal, I have been

honest student at the U. of F. we porch of the general store, an old cussed and discussed boycotted, talked .
submit this account of how two mis- darkey, who used to be a sailor and to and talked about lied to and
The White HouseEast guided reprobates covered 107 milesto had a heart, supplied the bed. They lied about, held up hung up, robbed

\ the old homestead for the Easter slept well, awaking only now and thento and nearly ruined and the only reason .
I Main and Church Sts., Gainesville, Florida season without adding to the incre scratch the fleas. The next morn- I am clinging to life is to lee

;1 One of Florida's Best hotels. Gi\tr a score of ICO per cent. by ment of the bloated bondholders whose ing after a cup of solution of chicoryand what in hell is coming next.
silk socks burst at the toes from the a boiled sweet potato they left, "Your truly, -._

,It ., State Hotel Commission.: weight of R. R. fares wrung from parting with one buck and a black -E.
I the public which tho it may be negro who had a white character.
\9 damned, is fair or (is it fare) prey Noon found them 9 miles further, WHAT IS BLUE RIDGE
,I 50 Rooms:: American Plan 35 Baths for aforesaid road bandits. in Maxville. A dinner at the hotel

I",i RATES $3.00 to $5.00 per day Two U. of F. men, one a rat and the and they left after furnishing inter-, ( To a chosen number of represents-
alumnus who gradu material for conversation for tive men of Georgia Tech
Steam Heat El S. OGDEN CHADWICKManager made a wager that they could the village during the long summer every,large university in the Soot
: Gainesville to Fernandina around the in wonderful
-- -- mras get from evenings whittling post a opportunity now presents
without paying any R. R. fare. front of the postoffice. itself. This is none other than the

I They did it, almost but not quite. Baldwin eight miles, the last half invitation to attend the annual conference .
Brown BrosCo0 The last 27 miles they rode the cush- covered in a Ford. It was now late of the Southern IntercoBe-

ons. Let me tell you the tale. Monday afternoon. Buying a packageof giate Young Men's and Young Wo.
I Just before the clock in the Court Wrgley's; our heroes marking time men's Christian Associations at Blue
5 .
Gainesville Florida H use Square: struck the hour of noon with the aid of the lower maxilliary, Ridge commencing June the 13th,and
; worthy Ga'nesvillians: taking their set a rapid cadence for Callahan, 21 lasting ten days. To any old college

Sunday: siesta on the benches around miles away. At Inglehome they dinedin man the name Blue Ridge is as familiar .
t Buyers of hickory stumpage in the square noticed two figures clad in state at a friend's house Losing I as the term S. I. A. A., and before

I' khaki strike out, with the buoyancy their; way later they were imprudent -Freshman has completed his
i Flori) a. !If yu have any hickory which several Coca-Colas had stimulated enough to enter a farm yard and tap I first year's work it invariably implies
I headed due east. Let us follow the: old oaken bucket without a prelim- great things to him too.
trees write us. them as with the free and slouching inary request. Ten yards from the But, for.a word of explanation, we
striae of the seasoned hobo they house they were startled by a shot may say that each June Blue Ridge

struck the Seaboard crossing and ringing out on the still midnight air. I is,the meeting ground for the big college .
i turned north. Their baggage consisted Nothing worse resulted than a hole men and women of Virginia Ken
GwTzA1No&co.: of an extra pair of socks eight in the rat's shirt. Turning around to tucky, Tennessee Florida North Car.
jam sandwiches, four hard boiled eggs, cuss the blankety blank idiot who olina South Carolina Georgia Alabama

and one had a can of Edgeworth the fired! without challenging, they pro- and Mississippi,. hundreds of
: WHOLESALE GROCERS other a corncob pipe. ceeded on undismayed by anything ex- them gathering from all parts of these
!t "If you will let me smoke your pipe, cept a blister on the left foot. At nine states. Blue Ridge is the place
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA I[ will supply you with tobacco". Crawford,reached at 11 p. m., they at which the Southern student goes
": "Very good Eddy", the other re- desired to rest for the night. No inn, to spend his vacation, where the rep-
I plied. nothing. A rain coat found in the resentatives of over eighty schools
Three miles of cross ties and hot R. R. station furnished
a bed, and a convene in a summer conference. and
cinders when lo and behold, in the raided woodpile, the heat. i t where the student has a chance to

IDEAL FERTILIZERS rear, along the road which paralleledthe Bright and early the next morning come in contact with the big educational .
i Seaboard a cloud of dust appeared two mysterious
1 t and religious leaders of Amej-
1 in the center of which was a Floridaman Callahan in a misting rain. After ica. "\

I r.- -'-" -- :: ;J.: ..ED of fame one Colin Gunn. breakfasting they caught the Bald- At a Blue Ridge Conference we find
He was clutching the wheel of his win Short to Fernandina as the rain only the selected men of already select
COMPLETE FORMULAS ANY ANALYSIS speeding Ford scudding before a 60- made walking too unpleasant. men of our finest colleges. Through

knot gale, and yawing first to port I They arrived in good spirits and a their daily meetings in the mornings,
PROPORTIONED TO PREVENT WASTE then to starboard. After one jibe of count of the exchequer revealed that
they are trained in team work, their
PROMPT SHIPMENT the main boom which nearly landed they had saved 75 cents apiece by ideals are reinforced, and they have
him in the ditch and later in the hospital
walking nearly 60 miles of the dis placed before them the needs of oar
he hove to alongside our two
tance. They are going to take up a nation and the world. Men like RobertE.
t f travelers. course in economics on their return. Speer and John R. Mott meet with

f; Wilson & 'foomer Fertilizer Co. "Whither"Fernandina.bound.' ?" They need it.CROWDED. the them younger the vital men questions and and discuss problemsof with

"The hell in. I'm
1 you say Jump TOO CLOSELY
j Starke." their everyday college life. They
going to
Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers can and do point out the ways that
The less said about the rest of the This is
a copy of a letter to a con- are safest and truest and always are
; Jacksonville, Florida. way to Starke the better. You all gressman from one of his constituents able to guide the student through any

\ ;.- I .__ .2 : ", : :;:J: :"' ''''' ::' :... .-r .'" know what these country roads in a and authentic in every way: I I!l difficulty of college life that is pre-
Ford are. When they finally ex i "I have j I II I
.. your requesting a j ration is shown by the wonderful enthusiasm
tracted their mangled from I
corpses donation for what !!
you a very has for the place
FIRST NATIONAL BANK the tonneau and sought a soda foun I worthy cause. I flatter myself that I I once he has every spent man but two weeks there.

GAl N ESVI LLE FLA. tain they were 29 miles on their way.' have a spirit of loyalty and goner The interest in the work is indeed a
Seven more miles partly on track I
osity. have
contributed to each and I
INCORPORATED 18S8 most excellent testimony that the men
and partly on dirt road found themin
every object that has been
presentedto come there with but the highest
: CAPITAL $100,000.00SU the bustling metropolis of Lawtey. me, but I certainly have to declineto purposes in mind.-Ex.
RPLUS $100,000.00 After a rather publicly performed ablution help this cause along for the following -

at the old town pump and horse reasons: a .
trough in the middle of the
square "I have
been '
held up, held down, EXCHANGES
GREE LEAF & CROSBY CO. they seated themselves on a bench sand-bagged, walked on, sat on, roll 0 I
and became the cynosure of all eyes. ed over flattened '
t out and squeezedfirst '
Several secret service men tried to the
I JEWELERSAHDPLATINUHISMITHSNoted United States government _
make them confess, but to no avail. for the federal
) war tax, the excess
for Reliability rf Fifty Years. The belles of the town, clad in their profits tax, the Liberty Loan bonds We see from the Orange and &&
t Sunday glad rags, passed by in twos and the bonds of matrimony; in the that the agricultural and mechasieal

41 West Bay Street and threes and gave them the Lawtey state of Missouri for the state tax, school of the University of Georgia
equivalent for the glad-eye occasion
the highway tax, the income tax, the and the Georgia School of Tecbnofeg7
ally venturing a timid, "Howdy"Gosh auto tax, school tax, dog tax,%cat tax, and Peabody Institute will be coeducational
Jacksonville FloridaClass
fellers! A uniform
syntax, and every society and beginning the 1919-20 ses
makes the rural damsel
shy forget t organization that the mind of sion. -
PinsRingsMedals and Trophies. she's chores got before to go sundown.home to finish the can invent, to extract what you haveor man

1 what you may not have, from the
i 1i Supper time arrove. Let me put Society of John the Baptist, the G. A. Student: "Professor, I know twice
CITY TAILORING COMPANY you wise. I don't know the name oJ R., the Woman's Relief Corps the as much chem. as math." i.
the hostelry but it was some supper. Men's Relief Stomach Prof.: "Well, twice zero is
Corps the
'.Main Street Phone 336. Re zero.EL
223 \\ Stop off when you're up that way. lief, the Wifeless the
I Have your coatsuit or suit altered or relined by Expert Tailors. After supper our two gentlemen the Childless, the ,Conscienceless Husbandless the,

We also do cleaning and pressing. We make a specialty of gloves hoboes once more hit the trail intending i Navy League, the Belgian Drunk B2J, I
One know
"Do ,
to pass the night in High : you
and robes of all kinds. League, the
hats, evening gowns land. After wading three creeks, Cross, the Green think 111 buy this hotel".
4 F \\' >l1. Manager one Cross, the Doable Cross and pe
every Drinking One "Well wait till
lake, and 4,690 mudholes they cane to other : ,
I cross of all colors, and the Chil had aefl it
Highland. No hotel. No boardinjr a few more Brinks and 111
Hope, the Dorcas Society, the to you".-Ex.Florida -
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1919 Spring & Summer Samples on display JUNIOR IN FLORIDA'S TEACHERS COLLEGE [ B. M. Tench H il

Supporters of Proposed Bill for Two New iCormal Schools Evidently Q GAINESVILLE 0 ::

Alteration, Repairing and Pressing Not Acquainted with Conditions FLORIDA l
I at State College and ;?
the University of Florida. E E ; '

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"Shall We Buy a New Horse When We Know We Will Have to it

Gainesville Furniture Starve the Old Reliable One in Order to Partly K;
Co. V/.IJcColIagSCo.(
Support the Unnecessary New One? j i

I. I Several papers thruout the State as well in winter as in summer. 'The Rextll: Store" &O n ell a.<

D R Cox, Proprietor have printed articles written by those "It is the present system of induce- LlGQKTtJ AND Agent NORKIS for -,: i
I who favor the movement for estab- ments and requirements for teachers CANDIES

Phone lishing two separate and additional that needs to be improved more than SEE: iii
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normal schools in Florida. The Alli- merely creating additional institu- .L&
gator publishes below an article which tions. The advocates of the separate -V-idal
answers all the arguments set forth normal schools agree that the work FOR 1
by these men. It was written by a done by the two state institutions is Drugs Stationery, Toilet Articles
Candies, Souvenir Cards t''
man who will graduate next year excellent, and their main contention is -
PALM PARLOR from the Teachers College of the Uni- that; in the short space of time they Waterman's Pens I

versity of Florida. He is familiar with have been established they have not
the conditions existing here and is accomplished much and are therefore Come to

1i: ( (fecun; ftJce ready to prove that such assertions :nsufficient. But, as was just shown Doran's Bicycle Shop
( : e ccze r as are set forth by the supporters of you, these two organizations are sufficient 218 East Main Street '

the proposed bill are unfounded.The for all the requirements of for BICYCLES MOTORYCLE '
-; men of the Teachers College are teacher training in the summer time, ;
among the most honored students on and if they are not performing their ACCESSORIES and REPAIRS

Soda he campus. In every form of Col- full duty properly it would seem thatit 1
Candy and Cigars. The New Edison
ege activity they are among the leaders is due to other causes than mere
Read what this! future Florida lack of facilities and insufficiency.

--- ------ school principal has to say about the "After all, as the economists tell us, "THE PHONOGRAPH WITH.'j;
accusations that normal school students money is the main incentive for work. ;
Diamond Ice Co. are snobbed by the students of Teachers as well as other people must A SOUL"Talking I

,he other colleges: have good food, raiment, and shelter; Machines
"' "The advocates of separate normal and these necessary needs must be 1, j
Manufacturers oft
schools state that students in the nor- supplied first. In Florida this incen- imitate the Artlsts- The 41iff l
Finest Crystal Ice .
,, nal departments in universities are tive is not nearly as strong as it :
Cold; Storage in Connection :ooked down upon. The two state institutions should be, and also under the present New Edison Re-Creates : '

GAINESVILLEFLORIDA_ of Florida are among the system additional educational attain- music in all its original ; J
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the student bodies probably increased returns. If beauty.
representess monetary a )'
I I ; wealth than any other similar in- large enough pecuniary incentive were I
Come to our store and learn : ;
DRUGGISTS stituticns in the U. S. Of course placed upon a normal school educa- ,
there are bound to be a few snobs in tion, do you not think it would be suf- of what we mean by the phrase ; :
NORAH GAINESVILLE FLORIDA :any college who look down upon the ficient to cause our Florida teachersto "Music's Re-Creation." t
Prescriptions Called for and Delivered teacher, because they have chosen to acquire a normal school education? f.
I FREE levote their life to mere children, and "The exponents of the normal THE EDISON SHOP I;

------- -- to secure their bread and butter by schools say that merely making the .
.- THE SANITARY. he unextolled profession of teaching. teacher-training department a partof "On the Square, North Side ti'
--- -- There are such narrow minded snou a university makes it a sideline.
The AlachuaRestaurant BARBAR SHOP anywhere in any organization. But How can they place one profession University Book Store ;
lo ordinary persons pay any attentiointo above another. The main purpose ofa
Promptness Courtesy
them? Do the farmer boys or normal school under a university (Basement
Language Hlla)
and Lunch Room Satisfaction he engineer: boys who attend the Uni- system is the training of teachers justas

FOR versity of Florida pay any attentiono much as it is in a separate and Everythingfor
them? If most teachers had such distinct normal school. We do not 1
LADIES AND GENTLEMENHalf i! PHIFER STATE BANK :sensitive: dispositions: would they go minimize the importance of the teach- Ij
a block from Atlantic Coast Line :nto the teaching profession at all? ing profesison by locating the instrument 1
DepotTelephone The contention of snobbishness pre- for such training at a university, i1 i ii
venting teachers attending universiies 'I.which is simply an organization for
5"7 .
6HESVILLE FLORIDA is a weak argument. training in higher education in many .

Gainesville - Florida "Here at the University of Flor- lines of endeavor. The university StudentsFORD i
da the legal, the agricultural, the engineering system is a successful system as
THE SANITARY CLEANING MOLNAR'SDINING and the teaching professions shown by statistics, and universitiesare

AND are represented. Is any one of: increasing and growing every year HEADQUARTERS[ [
.ROOMWhere more or less importance than the as the various parts composing them, I
PRESSING COMPANY ether? These various professions are I including the teacher training depart- J. II. ALDERMAN Proprietor
sad Prices are Just night and Food I I. I
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. in the sanitary way. ida because it is cheaper for the stateto "Florida's educational system does i ,
FRENCh DRY \Jt.ANI G ASK ANYBODY consolidate its funds at one place need better trained teachers. But it

\t. ANn where all the students may eat and also needs as well, better trained .
5, STEAM PRF.sSINO W .S. Dorsey & Co., study and live in the same buildings.; superintendents, better school houses, \

| Save Time And so, why should there be separate and better equipment; and it needsto
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JUS. J. SEYKURA agricultural schools, etc., but it is onlyn that they are able to accommodateabout >> 3 i) {) i

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have been established incur increased almost indefinitely. The

Repair Company Electric Appliances,Electric Repairing universities. So merely quotingthe foundations for development are already -
Sterling National Mazda Lamps, All number of students attending normal laid at these two places. To Bottling Co. .

114 Wett Main, North iz's. 32 volt Iazdas fOf farm lilhtinjC schools as compared with 'thfe create two separate normal schools Corner\"lrg1nlaAYe. and Union St.
number attending teacher training departments would merely mean a duplication of
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ment in favor of separate normal libraries, auditoriums, gymnasiums, f
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Washing; and Polishing; Gasoline schools, as the advocates of this movement etc.) and unnecessary expenditures.
would have one believe. The "Supposing for the moment that the
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of various colleges each of and the normal schools ade-
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particular vocation. more profitably spent in improvingand
T F.THOMAS.President R. W THOMAS Treasurer O. II. THOMAS Secretary "What is needed more than sepa- increasing public school equip- HOW i
rate normal schools is a constructive ment and in giving the much needed
Thomas Company Inc. effort to encourage teachers to attend higher training to superintendents
the present teacher training schools. and principals who are the real lead- AT THE

HARDWARE IMPLEMENTS SEED The present tendency is for the young ers, and who need specialized train- "
grammar school and high school grad- .ing for their positions equally as much
Gainesville, Fla. uates to take the state teacher's examination as teachers. But the state at the

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he or she is ambitious to go higher, both universities and separate duplicating -
I THE INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. to attend the summer normal schools. normal schools; so figuratively

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>If 1000 teachers each summer, and the the old reliable one in order to partly
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Dean Trusler went on a lecturingtour f Ilorida.

CARS Buchholz distributed some this week delivering high school : STUDENTS STARTS :
commencement addresses Kissimmee.
at -
tracts at
Chapel Tuesday,
which relate to some of the new prob ViCTORY LOAN State

,i INTERNATIONAL lems of peace including the suppression College
,L .of commercialized vices and commercialized W. B. Davis went home last week.
politics. to stay over Saturday and Sunday Gainesville Awakened by Shooting and

TRUCKS with his parents at Palatka Music. Firing Squad Stands Bill I for Women .

PARTS & SERVICE The campus is again graced with its Against Wall and Riddles! Him With
human "skyscraper", "High Pockets" The Mess Hall farm family was Bullets. l

LAUTZ AND IIELVENSTOVOYLE \ AX 13on. Le blew! in Wednesday week increased last Monday by the birth of TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA

I -- -- and started in upon his E. E. work six bouncing baby pigs. The pork I
The uninsp'ring and unextolled tune
\ supply now numbers head.
the next Our forty-six
genial '
P ckets"
; "
BROS. of "Ycu can't get 'em up, etc. was
secured a 2d lieutenant's commis-
S rather an unwelcome sound the
I, FLASH LIGHTS i srn "n Phtt! burg last summer and . . ears of the Florida men at 4:15 upon last

ELECTRIC SUPPLIES went from there to Camp Taylor wherehe PLANT BOARD NOTESs I Monday morning, and anything less One of the Strongest
was discharged when the war I
; than
a Victory Loan Parade
& I would
cksed. Women's
.1 Colleges
scarcely have been sufficient to
a '
s them to respond to it. It was enough, the Country
I The high school boys at the track Miss Ella Evans, who had been tho, and at 4:30 promptly, all the
\ II' meet were delighted with the UniverI spend'ng the winter and spring in students in the dormitories fell intoa

I sity and many of them have promised Miami, returned to Gainesville rec2nt- military fcrmation at the
UNCLE MOSES usual placein
\ 'f I'to Ea with us"next year. ")lonstrou3"Edrh ly and resumed her position as secretary front of Buckman Hall. 1. College of Arts and Sciences.
: reputed that he
: would
MONEY havstgnzd t to Dr. Berger, the Plant Board Major Wilkinson, then informed '2. Normal School and
TO LOAN School
up a Pensacola boy if the Registrar's -
I that the procession would be of Education.
Strings and Musical office: had only been Saturday

1\\ *
I! according to their; wishes. A 3. School
110.112Vest Union Street I nigat. All members of the Plant than few students urged a shirt tail parade of Home Economics

I staff are going over the top in the and a snake dance::, but when a, vote, 4. School of Music.

I NICK DAMATONext E. B.Hih Cal School r, an old student, attended Victory Loan. i was taken- -it- wns..-- fnnnA--_.. fViot.....'t *.v..*'"> "<',*..u-.. 5. School of Art.
t Track Meet.
dents were solidly in favor of making 6. School of Expression.
to McCollurn's Drug Store:\ J. E. Graf, of the Bureau of Plant the parade a morn dignified affair 7. Depaitment of
Elackbcrr.'es: Business.
r are ripe, and the University iI i-
Phone Industry, Dept. of Agriculture, who and of going down in a military for S.
--- 511 Extension
| bovs have found
it out. The has Division in Home*
charge of the sweet potato not mation. .
campus and neighboring land have I | Economics.
HIGH GRADETAILORING I weevil work, was here last Tuesday Heading the formation, was a fir
patches and old
many and Rats
alike are seen out hunting men for the lus-I to Board confer; staff.TIIETA with. members of the Plant, ing squad, composed entirely of.lieutenants 9. Graduate School.

I icus berries. I I : carrying, and led muskets by our and honored blankcartridges Tuition free in all courses except -

Li First Sergeant C. A. CHI FRATERNITY, i overseas alumnus: Lieutenant Joe private ]lessons in Music,
OPPOSES RIBBON SOCIETIES Swanson. After Art and Expression. -
came band
duty in the Military
I I ef the University: last Department I| :In full force, then a wheelbarrow with
ing. morn- Whereas: Tau Chapter, Theta Chi the corpse of Kaiser Bill,, and behind
Fraternity, at the regular it a line of
I meeting of.. rats dragging an antique For catalogue and
April 19, 1919, did the Civil War ether infor
pass following canncn.
The system of having Universitytime resolution: I Following it all 1 mation write toREGISTRAR
and town student bcdy in a columncf
a time
proved ratherannolng
"We, the members of Tau Chapter, squads. ,
to our visitors at the track 1
I Theta Chi Fraternity, do The
meet and also to students: attending go; : on precession proceeded to town .
record as opposed to the via
I Ribbon
So- University
avenue, and then,
cunday School and Church last Sun
cieties at the University of Florida.: "I in and out the main streets of Gainesville ,
day. However, it is hoped the absent
minded will f We take this method of making pub- the firing squad shooting their COLLEGE FOR
ones soon get used I[ lie our action. blank
to it, and our' sentimental students cartridges, the band playingand "WOMENTALLAHASSEE
I' Tau Chapter, the students
made to realize that they must bid shcuting and cheer
In The Good OldDays Of Summer Theta Chi Fraternity. ing for the
: Victory Loan.
their loved ones "Good Night", at 10 FLA.
You Will Find It Worth i After
waking the town
o'clock accord ng to: their watches, in the parade
Your While If You Patronize A Ii order to escape a hasty PENSACOLA, HIGH SCHOOLBOYS halted at the Court House and nrn-
expulsion by ---
:y: Tailor \ 'ho Can Fit You Out irate parents. ARE ENTERTAINED I ceeded with a mock trial,, of Kaiser r-- -

In Style. Bill. Geiger Bivens, as Judge Advo
I Mr. and Mrs. David Edrehi, cate, '
You will find here as select a range There 's a dearth of towels in the I of parents presented the case against the
I Montrous
of fabrics and models as you will in the dormitories this week as a result of Edrehi, entertained the kaiser in such an unanswerable argument I
best Fashion Centers of Metropolitan the visit of the-High Schoolboys: and boys of the Pensacola High School; that the jury composed of the BURNETT

S life. DAT GREATLY LOWER PRICES many students have been obliged to who came here for the Track Meet officers and non-coms of the Battal I I' CLOTHIER

ALL THE LATEST NOVEL go bathk or dry in the sun, as a result were Saturday.served.Punch The, cakes decorations, and candy ion rendered a verdict of guilty, and :

\ TIES- in addition to a fine array of of thpir good Samaritan acts. all in the Pensacola were sentenced him to be shot. So the .YOI'll' OF S. l'.IR
conservative BUSINESS MODELS. High School col- weary kaiser was set up against:; a

Doctor Cox tried out the Otis Psy- ors, maroon and white. wall, his cabbage head, which, had
The members of the Pensacola Club! I I fallen
iff its chological Test on the Philosophy I 'of the University were also guests of i| squad off, was replaced, and the firing 1-1-"" c _._c .
: t1x131ti11g Class last Monday morning. performed its just but bloody;
and Mrs. Edrehi.If i work. .
i i
send it toPEPPER. Our old smiling Ira McAlpin, who a burglar got into This interesting ceremony ended --
the cellarwould the
graduated from the Teachers' College spectacular parade, and the tired I Agent forFIORSHEiM
the coal shoot? No, but the
i; two years ago, was here last week to students wended their way back to
kindling wood. SHOES
"Gimmy brick!
a the
father the Tallahassee High School University to have breakfast and
-Ex. sleep thru the
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