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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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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: May 2, 1919
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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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Vol. VIIFLORIDA

of Florida, Gainesville, Friday, May 2, 1919 No. 1 .j-


\WILL PAY TRIANGULAR TEAMS -AVIATORS- ARE TOO I UNIVERSITY ENVIRONMENT WOULD GIVE NORMM

TRIBUTE TO MEMORYOF r

DOCTOR KEPPEL TO DEBATE TONIGHTIN BUSY WITH VICTORY STUDENTS A BROADER VISION ON LIFE; ';


THREE STATESTennessee LOAN TO PLAY BALLGame NO OLD-FASHIONED PEDAGOGYAnother

Memorial Services for Late Beloved

Head of Department of and South
Mathematics Carolina Meet Between Florida and Arcadia
to be Held in Gym. 3:30 Uni- Here; South Carolina and Flor-
versity Time. ida at Knoxville; Tennesseeand Fliers Cancelled, or at Least Future Teacher Says That State Will Go Backward if it

Florida at ColumbiaS. PostponedThe stablishes Two Additional Normal Schools. Be I

This coming Sunday has been set development of prospects of a Where it Was in 1905

aside by the University of Florida as C. & TENN. IN GYM TONIGHT baseball game between Florida and

the time when students and facultywill the aviation team from Carlstrom PROPOSES CO-EDUCATION FOR U. F. AND TALLAHASSEE
Tonight the
gather together to pay solemn big triangular debate Field, Arcadia, Fla., is not of the

tribute to the memory of one who was between Florida, South Carolina, and sort calculated to fill the heart of

loved by all who knew him, Dr. Her- Tennessee, takes place. The students campus fans with joy. It seems that Times-Union Sa's"e Should Concentrate Our Efforts( to the .

bert Govert Keppel, late professor of will have the opportunity of hearingthe owing to the important part played Building Up of One First Class Institution That -: I

mathematics and astronomy in this question of the ownership: and op- by the aviators and their planes in Would Be the Equal of the Best in the U. S. ; I
eration of
railroads
institution.The thoroly thrashedout winning dollars from the public for

memorial services, which will between the University of Ten- I the Victory Loan, their use for a mere --
nessee and the (By a Future Teacher) A WASTEFUL PROPOSITION
be very formal, will be held in the University of South 'j ball game at this time is not likely.At :

auditorium of the gymnasium at 3:30 Carolina. The debate will take placein 'I any rate, that is the substance ofa The promoters of separate normal I II I
time the new gymnasium at 8 o'clock schools take it for granted that the !
University 4:30 town time. The telephone talk which Coach Buser
campus time. All the students shouldbe I normal schools turn out just the qual- (Times-Union) I
faculty and students will march into had the earlier part of the week with "
the building in academic procession. out to give the visiting teams a Lieutenant Moore, the officer who ity of teachers that we need. Ordi-I I The whimsical eccentricities of legislation r
royal welcome and at the same time I narily they do put out a good classof hard to track I
Major Walker will have charge-of the wired from Arcadia last week to ask are keep of. A
hear a thoro analysis of this: teachers, but the teacher training
popular few
formation.The for a game with the University team years ago the appropriations of t
program includes four addresses question. I In the hope of getting the aviator :departments: in universities yield forth the State of Florida for higher edu- l
This is the third of series tri- .he richer fruit.
: one by Dean Benton, representing a of I to make the trip anyway, Coach cation were being divided among a I

the four members of the faculty, angular debates between these three I turned the arrangement of the game. The present day teacher both for number of institutions and a bill was j

universities. Up to the pres.nt time, rural communities and cities must be passed to consolidate them. The
who, with Dr. Keppel, were the first lover to :Mr. Harris, county chairmanof result )
professors in the University of Flor- Florida leads in the contest with three I the Victory Loan committee in Ala- :a thinking citizen, broad-visioned and was one university for white :

ida; one by Judge Shackleford, a close debates to her credit, Tennessee having I I' chua county, hoping that Mr. Harris Interested in affairs outside of the males, a college for women and a I

friend and admirer of Dr. Keppel two, and South Carolina havingone. I' cnu'd engage to have the planes come schoolroom. As the school is no longer higher educational institution for'the

while he was alive; another by Robert This year is the final year under here in the interest of a big bond segregated and sheltered from the colored population. This move was \

Hargrave, representing the student the present arrangement and each i; rally. Unfortunately for this plan, rest of the world, so the teacher has certainly in the right direction. It .

body of the University of:Florida; and university! is doing its utmost to be i I Gainesville went over the top in the come into a closer contact with the combined economy with efficiency and I

represents the Alumni Association, in the lead at the close. Victory Loan drive before it had bean: actual every day life_ of his or her gave Florida a university at which

who took his degree in mathematics Florida's two teams left Wednesday -' en quite a week. community. Education, now, is a her young men could get an educa- \
Johnson and Frledlander: going !training for practical life, and like- tion
under Dr. Keppel. Two favorite i i The announcement that the Arcadia as complete as they could get j

hymns of Dr. Keppel's will be sung, to Tennessee to uphold the negative 1 I. team cannot make the trip come wise the teacher must be well rounded at schools outside of the state. \
against South Carolina, while Binford distinct to the and not an old fashioned pedagog.The Now*
and the University Orchestra will as a disappointment : it is proposed to scatter the i

render a few classical selections be- and Norton are upholding the affirm- I Univers'ty fans, who were primed to university system gives this funds of the state again. The pas-
t
ative in South Carolina against Ten- wider outlook on life. The normal
see a fast game. It is hoped that sage of such a measure would scatter J .
tween speeches.Dr.
,
for ten head nessee. The two teams met in pre-' arrangements can be made to have school is more like a cloister, and efficiency more than it would scatter

Keppel was of mathematics years at liminary debate on Monday night. The the aviators come here after their ts inmates do not get the many sided money. Whatever extra money can j
of the department
prospects for victory for both teams work for the Victory Loan is over. :nstruction and acquaintanceship that be spared should be appropriated to
ability was
Florida. His exceptional
and seem bright. Natural ability, hard i] the teacher in a university gains. At the University of Florida, which is
thruout the country,
recognized he had been work, and good coaching, make a "ELDER SNIFFLE'S COURTSHIP"TO :a normal school the teacher acquires doing good work and improving from
the time of his death
at combination that is hard to beat. only the one point of view and soon
and 3E GIV DJ THURSD year to year.
called by the Navy Department, Arrangements have been completedfor I tomes to think that he or she knows.t
of the NIGHT The people of Florida are peculiar
was making investigations the last of the inter-society debates all. But such is not the case ata
mathematics taught in the various j in one respect-possibly because of
between Peabody and the Farr The date of the Y. M. C. A. benefit university. The teacher gets the
object the length and narrowness of the
naval stations, with the
training submitted by same specialized instruction in educational -
Literary. The question entertainment, under the management
methodsof state. They divide the state up into
of recommending better the Farr Literary was, "Resolved, that I::I of Professor :Marchio and Dr. Chap- methods, etc., but in other sections and narrow their state pride I'

instruction.Dr. the Initiative and Referendum is desirable -i I man, has been fixed for Thursday elective subjects he or she runs up down to sectional pride. In other
Keppel had just returned from for the State of Florida". Pea-' against students with different life
evening, May 8. The program will states the state as a whole is con-
Key West, when school opened last I body will uphold the affirmative, Farr purposes and so gains new points of
begin at 7:30 o'clock. sidered but here there is a scrambleto
fall, and from here he went to Gulf- the negative. The winner view. The university is the great I
Literary I The change of date was made necessary get recognition for divisions nar-
:Miss. He arrived at Gulfporton equalizer and eliminates a great deal
port will be awarded the faculty loving by the large number of calls rower than that circumscribed by the
but had contracted influenza of narrow mindedness. It is essential
Wednesday, cup. I made upon the band lately. A splen boundaries of the state. It is unfor- J
and was not able to leave his that the teacher secure the open
did program of musical numbers, sev- tunate. It is something of a blemish
hotel. He hastened back and arrivedin W. S. Cawthon, State minded attitude and there is no institution I
Professor eral numbers by Dr. Chapman, of a on the patriotism of our people and .
Gainesville on Saturday. But the High School Inspector, is attendingthe : very humorous nature, and the intensely that gives better training for it tends to make the accomplishment !
into a hope- of Sec- I it than the university where the teacher -
influenza had developed of Professors
Conference ;
funny playlet, "Elder Sniffle'sCourtship" of a given result here costlier than
less case of pneumonia, and the be- ondary Education which is being held will be offered. comes into forced companionshipwith elsewhere. As we have no more'

loved teacher and friend passed awaya at Old Point Comfort, Va. Tickets for students and lady students with other interests money here than elsewhere this is apt I f
October 5, thru the various athletic, debating, so- .
week later Saturday,
them be ob- ,
friends accompanying can to mean that results are not as good
cial, and other student activities.
1918. sort of intra-state athletic league can tained for the price of 15 cents each. here as elsewhere.
Educational standards chang-
Dr. Keppel was the first professorto be formed among the higher educa- The admission to all others is 25 ing. Standards in other are professionsire Board is as cheap at Gainesvilleas

die while filling a chair at the tional institutions in Florida. cents. also constantly changing. Several it would be elsewhere. If the state

University of Florida. had three four educational institu-
or

The University will have publisheda FIRST INTERCOLLEGIATE MASS ATHLETIC Blffif IN gears field had ago to aspirants complete only in the a four-year medical tions these would be no more acces- .

memorial bulletin containing the ad- Then sible to all the people than the one t tin
college course. a year premedical -
dresses of the men who speak Sunday OF FLORIDA'S' CHALLENGE; work was required, find now two Gainesville is except in the way

THE WORLD IS RESULT years of pre-medical work are required of railroad charges, and really it I

for entrance to nearly all would be found on trial that less

would be the studentsin i
by
FLORIDA NINE TO To Be Held May 22-23. Georgia Tech., University of Georgia, standard medical colleges. A few money traveling to and spent from the one cen- i
years ago only two years were required '
University of Tenn., Sewanee, Vanderbilt and Floridato for a LL.B. in the law profes- tral university than if there were

PLAY STETSON IN Be Represented sion. But this has now been changedo three or four of them, for if the students t
school
were going to nearer
three years. Likewise in the teach-

DELANO TOMORROWAthletic DIRECTOR Y. M. C. A. BEHIND-MOVEMENTonds 'ng profession, standards are being home they would go home oftener,
ATHLETIC raised and high school graduation is and this in addition to running up I

I;I traveling expenses would be a break
becoming the minimum !
requirement
I Florida as ; 220-yard dash, 28 seconds; would dis r
With the University of for kind of teacher. Normal in their studies that prove
Institutions a
Two any
Between feet running
Relations broad jump, 7 ;
first intercollegiate standing .
the -
1 leader in the movement, school courses instead of extending advantageous.No
After Sev- 13 feet, 10 inches; shot "
E Resumed athletic meet in broad jump,
mass merely one or two years beyond the city in Florida is nearer the I
" eral Years Inaction the world will be held on May 22-23. put (12 pounds), 26 feet; 1,000-yard each high school, are now lengthened to center of the state than Gainesville !'
10-man teams run-
for
Other universities that will be repre- relay, four years. This is the present ten- is.It is a city of culture and refine- g
x 8 seconds.
2 minutes,
100 yards,
ning
This afternoon the Gator baseball sented are Georgia Tech., Universityof is and dency in education and as a result, ment, throwing the best influences I
The method of scoring simple
aggregation leaves for DeLand, Fla., Georgia, Mississippi A. & M., Uni- effective. Each college partic- .he establishment of separate normal around the students who go there for i I

to the Stetson nine in a base- versity of Alaban.a, Sewanee and vastly least 50 schools in Florida means that eventually their higher educational training. The j t
engage ipating must enter at per- j i
ball game tomorrow afternoon. Vanderbilt.This cent of its student body for all of the such institutions will become cost of going anb returnig from :

Tentative plans to get the resultsof will be a great occasion. Each first six events, and a 10-man team regular four-year degree granting, the university is a bagatelle and is t 1
have been of the colleges will send a picked:. duplicating, teacher-training colleges consideration. The decrease !
the game play by play for the shuttle relay. A man is not worthy of i

proposed by various ball fans on the I team. counted as qualified when he nego- which will bring about a condition of efficiency that would be I

campus. Just what success the plans Robert C. Cubbon, athletic directorof tiates an event in the standard time, similar: to that existing in Florida before caused by scattering the state's educational
the the Army Y. MC.. A. in the south- 1905. Therefore if the State of J
will meet with was not known at or distance, or better. For instance, appropriations would no. ,
time the Alligator went to press.It east, is the man who is putting over all men doing the 100-yard dash in Florida establishes separate twQ-year a bagatelle. It would be a serious f

is with pleasure that the student this notable movement against what 12 2-5 or better will count as quali- normal schools it is going backwardin matter and a serious loss to the people i I
that Floridaand he has termed "physical illiteracy', its educational program. One and I
body receives the news fied, and all men achieving seven feetor of Florida. We should concen-

Stetson have again resumed ath- or unfitness.The will off better will qualify in the standing two-year normal school courses are trate our efforts on the task of build
run
letic relationship. For several years various colleges college will be only a makeshift, until standardsrise
The winning
1
now the Gators have been compelledto the events, each on its own ground. jump. qualifying the highest per- and while we must have these ing up one first class institution that

go outside the state to find ad- The events are as follows, with the the one of its individual entrantsin courses we must also offer the four would be the equal of the best in the

baseball or :foot minimum qualification record of each: centage United States. ':
versaries in either ( Continued on page six. )
events.-FJorida Metropolis
dash, 12 2-5 sec- all the !
One hundred yard
ball. It is thought possible that some -


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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Liberty and your child's welfare ufacturers in establishing is not only HOTEL SEMINOLE

must be a drug on the market. designed to start new employes right Jacksonville, Florida.
t What do you think? -important as that is-but it is intended -
1 Printed and published by studentsof in the ModernFireproof 200 rooms 150 with bath
s Why not offer to the teacher a sufficient as a permanent feature
the University of Florida every remuneration to make teachingan plant for the benefit of all, particularly for
students
Thursday in their own print shop on inducement to men of brains and the poor and mediocre workers. In Headquarters of

the campus. talent who are oftimes well fitted for the long run the systematic upgrad-
teaching, but enter another line of ing of these workers is the big func- the University of Florida and

work because it pays better. tion of the training department. A
Staff
\VILLIAMSEditor in Chief We would then have more studentsin worker having recourse to such train- their friends.Rates .
our Teachers College, the enroll- ing in time can greatly broaden his j
BENJAMIN ARCHERMng. Editor ment now being small in comparisonto skill and increase his earning power. $1.50 per day European plan and upwards.
M. STEIN.._ Asst. Mng. Editor
-- that of other colleges. By the timewe Two-thirds of American children J.B.POUND Pres. H.R.HARPER
REGINALD DeSIL V A-.local Editor Mj*,
have made teaching sufficiently quit school on or before reaching the
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DEWEY DYE_ .Athletic Editor "-
attractive to fill the Normal Schoolwe sixth grade and these are entitled to SMOKECra'Wford's **
VAN E. HUFF_Society Editor
now have with potential teachers far more facilities for selfdevelopment -
RALPH BINFORD.Contnbuting Ed. Blunt
then and only then, should we con- than society now offers them.
HERBT. FRIEDLANDER, Ex. Editor
sider another normal school. Training departments are urged as a

Business Department Why build a new ship when you most practical remedy for this condi- THE ORIGINAL
cannot get sailors enough to man the
RALPH STOUTAMIREBus. Mgr. old one? tion.The factors preventing industrial 5 c Cigar Union Made

i WALTER GUNN__.Circulation Mgr. plants from maximum out-
realizing a Made by A.G.BarberCigar: Factory, GainesvilleFlorida
RANDALL HUNTER and THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR.This put by their workers are classified as

GILBERT CURTIS____Printers follows:
; I JORDAN & COMPANY-
I II is the title of our State Uni- 1, Power failure; 2, Failures of

I Entered as second-class matter, versity paper, and it is a bright, well- equipment and repairs and like limi- FURNITURE

Ii September 28, 1912, at the postoffice edited and interesting weekly. We tations; 3, Lack of instructions; 4,

t at Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of have been read ng it very much more lack of training; 5, Failure to supply

i March 3d, 1879. of late than we formerly did. It grows, material; 6, Personal slacking. To w.o. RUSSELL MANAGER
I Place all communications and news en us. The young men at its head the last named the item is attributedbut

items in boxes designated for that if they choose journalism for a voca- 10 percent of separations. The --

jrurpcse in Peabody and Language tion in life, will be ornaments to the i others, it is pointed out, are within MONEY TO LOAN AT A

; Halls. press.- Gainesv ille Sun. the power of the employer to remedy.The .

Rate-The Florida Alligator $1.00. fourth item, lack of training, is RELIABLE PAWN SHOP
GOVERNMENT BULLETIN URGES one to which much importance is at-
DISTANT PASTURES LOOK
i I 1. GREENBy INDUSTRIAL TRAINING tached. There are over 200 training 102 West Main Street N.
departments in the United States, it
A Full Line of Musical InstrumentsMILLER'S
Why American industries should is stated, and they have reduced by

( a Teacher) profit by a great lesson which the one-half the turnover of that part of I

I The old proverb taken for the title war taught with: respect to the valueof the working force which they have

e cf this article: seems to be the only industrial training, and maintain served. 93 percent of the depart

excuse left, after a careful sifting such training in peace time, is the ments are reported to be operated l

., of the evidence, for advocating new subject of a bulletin entitled "Train- without net cost to the employer because .
and separate state normal schools. ing Labor for Peace Time", which has the increased production of the

i When a certain type of farmer does been prepared for free distribution: learner carries their wages, the cost
- by the the U. S. Training Service, C. of instruction, etc.
i i not do well on his place, he pulls up
i his stakes and tries another farm. T. Clayton, director, of the U. S. In the concluding discussion of the

; We are all familiar with the shifting! Department of Labor, Washington, pamphlet there is this pointed para-
D. C. This vest-pocket booklet sets "There is still another
i I. E type of tenant, farmer for whom his graph: con-
present location is either too.wet or forth a number of interesting and sig- sideration that should prompt manu- Agent For

tro dry, too hilly or too flat, too productive i nificant facts with respect to the facturers to install systematic train- /
:; of bollweevils or cattle ticks. present and potential efficiency of labor ing as one of the instrumentalities of /kcnnaly/ and1/il: Jla'114 and ie1e
and the future of industry.By their factories. If wage levels are to
He is always seeking, apparently, a
little red cottage located in the cen- "industrial training" is meant be maintained while the cost of livingis mlinJoJif &za?

ter of 120 acres of Elysian field, thru brief practical instruction for indus- lowered, and if foreign markets are rtowat woOf .

m which flows an undiluted creek of trial workers in the one best way of to be opened to American manufac- Jacksonville.

!I milk and honey, and where the live doing their respective tasks, such turers, it can only be by raising the

(!, i stock are so unsophisticated that they training being given in the plant. national. average output. That, in
.. 1 may be equipped with gren eyeglasses The benefits to employer and em turn, can be accomplished only by
I and foddered on excelsior. ploye which such train'ng brings are I :increasing: the production of the indi-
I-
Ji' truly astonishing. Many farsightedfirms vidual through intelligent, widespread
better off and
usu-
He is never
any
already have installed training industrial training of the,workers."
ally loses. The same time and energy departments but the majority have This is but one of several bulletins
brains used in moving from Iac jua Barber $&
and hop
not given the subject sufficient'at- being issued for free distribution by MAR ABLE
Marion and thence to
Alachua to
tention. The war made training imperative the U. S. Training Service, the ad-: 1- Is the official ( East of Palm Parlor)
Pasco county, if expended on the photographerfor I
in many instances. The les- dress of which is in the Department of: Special Rates to Students
original plant, would reap bumper the University Florida ,
son taught in that great emergency Labor, Washington, D. C. Any of I
crops to his success. should be applied to peace times. We them can be had upon request. L-. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
jE:
The moral is obvious and we can can not continue in the haphazard

s. apply it to the movement on foot to fashion that obtained before the war. Musical Notes THE ALLIGATORis
establish two additional normal the DR. GORDON B. TISON
Today great majority of work- First Medical Student: "Are you go-
schools in the State of Florida. ers in America are at tasks, some ing to the appendicitis lecture this DENTIST on sale at

The main arguments pro and con simple and some complex, for which afternoon?" MILLER'SMOSELEY'S

were brought out in a very able article they have never been systematically Second Medical Student: "No, I'm Phone 243 Gainesville CORNER and

, in the Alligator of April 25 and trained. It is estimated that 7,000,000out tired: of these organ" recitals"Selected. Law Exchange Florida PALM
PARLOR
need no rehashing. One point I would of the 10,000,000 industrial workers .

emphasize, which was touched upon in this country are so handicapped.A They look well !

in this article; namely, the salary training department such as the "Did you take a bath last night?"
paid to teachers is not sufficient to Training:: Service experts assist man- "No. Did you miss one?" J C AdkinsAttorney They wear well !

attract greatly or to act as an incentive The
prices will suit you
towards winning scholastic
laurels. If the intention is to secure and Counsellor at Law !well EMMERSCWS

good teachers by securing only those Gainesville, Florida I
who enter teaching with liking for OXFORDSfcrMENjust

the work as a motive, the present The Palm Beach received. Have you
system of remuneration is a success.

No one would ever enter into teaching i1t ho32In!1 tl1. i lbiugU seen them ?
impelled by mercenary motives.An .
L C SMITH
able seaman, oftimes an alien, m'1l ad anu
illiterate, uneducated and more often POSTWest North Sideof Square. _
than not from the standpoint of ethics VJAIIIt3l1l Itt, Ottia 4

a detriment to the atmosphere of
EXPERT AUTO
the community in which he lands, is
Palm Beach Florida
paid more than many teachers in Dr.Tencb.eIrtiEt
Florida. If you take into account the REPAIRINGGUARANTEED

fact that the sailor pays nothing for
:.J-._ .. .
board his wages equal the salary ofa : ...___
high school principal here. Office Graham Bldg.

t It would seem that the world sets a PUBLISHED EVERY DAY Gainesville, Fla. Pbone 258J Albert Smith

horny hand and a weather eye on a

rar financially with the character and GERALD 303 E. Main St. S.
brains to which they intrust the train- Associated Press Service. MTRIELLY

ing of their most precious posses- ARCHITECTMiami Opposite Fire Station


sions The, man their who children.mends your Ford gets Constructive in Policy Gainesville B. LILIENBLUlBICYCLES

for doing so more than the man or Florida
woman who is in a large measure responsible -

for forming your child's


character.The negro. who waits on the table Develops the East Coast and Everglade. Section Olin ig Cannon: (i Jo -

when you take your ship or train %

from Jacksonville to New. York receives of Florida. WEAVER'S

more than the teacher who is
.::: ;:.. Suite 15- .
a big factor in determining your .
child's future success or failure in Graham Building STEAM LAUNDRYWe
SubscriptionSix
life.The do first class
soldier works for liberty, and dollars a year, payable in advance. ALL KINDS OF
gets thirty dollars a month and free INSURANCEAND Dry Cleaningat
rations. The teacher works for the

benefit of your children and the future BONDS reasonable price
citizenship of the country and gets "
We write "
it right.
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r:' JACKSONVILLE REVISED GENERAL ORDERS

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aR I B'kJ>A' mJJ} iJ government it 1.home.To accept property my discharge in view,and take beat all I ,t I


to ; 2. To PORTER CLOTHES
accept
my discharge in a .
;j COMPANY military manner, keeping always on I I

; "ThB potfi man'o e" the that alert it can and not observing be revoked everything before so I $25 $30 $35 1 J#

129 West Bay Street get out of sight and hearing
3. To take the
fastest
train home
4 Bell Phone 748JACKSONVILLE .
and not
stop at
any military post on
:t FLA. the way. s'

4. To accept all news that comes to i

Headquarters than my own.

S500.00 AND EXPENSES 5. Not to again quit civilian life '
I
after being properly discharged from ti J
the service.
It's just as easy as buying your paper to step intoPorter's '
Exceptional opportunities for 6. To receive, believe and w .. 0/
pass on "I
and buy a suit that will satisfy at the 'i
college men and women. Con to my children all statements con- you I?

:Denial and interesting work. Ap- firming General Sherman's idea of price your pocket-book dictates as right. + :II i

plication must be made at once war.7. To These prices show the why of Porter's domi f, r a i ,
talk
to no one about
State age, class and department. enlisting. re- nance in the clothing field. .

Internation-.il Press, College De- 8. In case of the presence of a At any one of these Prices you can buy the great-k i

par'ment,1010 Arch Street, Phil- recruiting officer, to give the alarm. est value possible. ':
adelphia. 9. \\ bile the girls are home, to allow t
no soldier or military person on And the assertion is backed up by Porter's E, 1' :

I IN FLANDERS FIELDS or near my post. money back guarantee and Porter's three a f li,

I, 10. To salute all officers who have! store buying power. j'

(By L'eut. Coy. John D. McCrae) aided me in obu-ining my discharge. Both are in first class working order. R + "!!! 1
(\\ rittcn during the second battleof 11. In all cases not covered by in-

Ypres, April 1915. The author, "stru:;ticns to cla-m exemption.

Dr. John McCrae, of Montreal, Cana- 12. To be especially \',atchful at

da, was killed on duty in Flanders, night, and allow no one to pass without COMFORTABLE NEW OXFORDS '

January 28, 1918.) buy.ng a drink.-Ex. I
SNAPPY KECKWEARMANHATTAN ti

In Flanders fields the poppies blow, PRLTENSIONPretension SHIRTS t_

Tel"'een the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky is a kind of velvet cloak AND EVERYTHING BOYS WEAR
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The larks, still bravely singing, fly, I wear to hale my real self. from "

Scarce heard amidst the guns below. iew, ANYWHERE. ,:1:1I' i ie
We are the dead. Short days ago And yet where'er I meet with other :

We lived felt dawn, sunset folkI
saw glow, 1
Loved and were loved, and now we le: 2.1\\ays find they wear this gar- i

In Flanders fields. Ii ment too. t I,, ii!

Pretension is a kind of golden veil
Take up cur quarrel with the foe!
To you from falling hands, we throw Behind: whcse mesh I seek to hid., 7' l f

The torch. Be yours to hold it high! my face, \
And Frcedcm's light shall never die! And yet where'er I gj I never fail BAY & LAURA STRELTS JACKSONVILLE ,FLA. .
V.e shall not To s- e that ethers wear it too with
sleep, though poppies
grow, !grace.Pretension | -- ..-....--..-- _,_ <, T .__

In Flanders fields.AMERICA'S .
ti
is a thing; I say I hate The Student's: Ideal"I
: ANSWERBy + In both myself and in my dearest wisht I was a rockA Popular Goods at Popular Prices i
sittin' hill
I friend, on a 1
And yet whene'er I slyly watch an] 'k-uuii* nothin' ail day long at IM' t
( R. W. Lillard) waitI Eut just a settin' still. !

(Wr'tten after death of Lieut. Col. find in some regard we all pre- :E3oEJJnI.1'S:: : : < i
McCrae, author of In Flanders Fields tend. I wouldn't: eat, I wouldn't sleepI ;

and printed in the New York Evening -Ernest Powell. wouldn't even wash. .

Post.) :"d just set there a thousand years .i i.i 1
I gosh!"
DORMITORY DITTIE And rest myself, by
DO BUSINESS WITH
f
Rest ye in peace, ye Flanders dead, (By Damukey) I
The fight that ye so bravely led ALCOHOLIC MILLENNIUM 1
.. The Florida National Bank !
\ e've taken And will keep fi ,
up. we Twas soup day at the old mess hall, I
True faith with who lie asleep Prohibition: may be all very well,
you Put the soup was just a stall. Ii I j TAe Xetv Million Dollar Hank". Resources Over $2,000,00
there is simpler and more effective t
but a
With each a cross to mark his bed, The scup was thn, :
And poppies blowing overhead, way.Increase .
A fly fell in '
T.:here ci.ce his own life blood ran red And loud for help did call. the price of drink until :i.

t ._So let your rest be sweet and deepIn none but the rich can afford it. This !
Flanders fields.c vill deprive the poor man of his booze. '
The answer came both short and
Unjust discrimination: ? Not at all
'?; I I sweet,
Fear: not that ye have died for nan'ht, "Stay right there/you'll do for meat". rink' we are told, is the cause of all c i .

77he torch: ye threw to us we caught.',I I I got his wing, poverty. Therefore take away the
Ten million hands will hold it high, I Jim got his sting ocr man's drink and he will be poorno

.And. Free jgn'a) light shall never de! I And my "rat" ate both his. feet. longer. lIe will become rich. When I
e is rich he can afford to start drink- ;
We've learned the lesson that ye I ;
I D & G Cleaner
fcozght, The next course: vas them grits, ing.On the other hand, the rich man can i
In Flanders fields. Believe me that's That gits
.:'rink: all he wants to. But drink will
(Published By Request) You feeing mad
uin him. lIe will become poor, and
And kinder sad .ave to quit drinking.So will all the dirt from anything !
"There was a young fellow from But help nil up the slits. it is fair to all. The poor: grow remove } ,

Lakemcre ich, drink, are made poor; stop :
Chi; said that 'twas English he'd take Penit.ent: (Thinking over past sins.) 'linking, again become rich; again 4 J '
"I wond. if men go to heaven. I Ask Dealers for }
here; with beard." !rink, and again grow poor; stop our a
a
Put he later said he never saw an angel drinking once more, become rich once
do, but they
% they
Quite sculptor must be, Neighr"Su e drink and poor
a there." more; once more grow :
For he'd made such a grand bust. of have a close shave getting -Ex.IF once more-you see how it gees. demonstration.
Shakespeare." No officers"are needed to enforce I

the laws, and the profits of the liquor I

i :rafI'ic11 What chance pay all our has taxes.Prohibition DOZIER &: GAY PAINT CO. .. I

,
.gainst this: plan if properly presented !
you want the best pipe ?-L e. .

i t can be made, you f Makers of CelluleneJJ J 4#-

can get it in a W Cup The Dear Creature j i
best "Fifty dollars for that pig? Non- Atlanta Jacksonville
to$6. If you want the HAM 1C Ii l.
TRADE ense.
Briar thatas I
French
genuine "Ah, but it represents a heap of
Fla. i
cents will buy, Ga..
little as 75 trouble. Children grow up just so,

you can get it in a\V D C. :jut pigs: have got to be raised careful -

American made in all sizes :Selected. !
date Auto Accessories and
and styles, and sold at the Up to
t 'roblem for Dr. Simpson's Calculus
best shops. SharksIf SuppliesAt t

it takes a woodpecker with a: Reasonable Prices. THAT'S US
.ooden bill one week to peck a :hole
GAINESVILLE AUTO SUPPLY CO.W. .
w : No man ever had a better hru a red cedar log that will make I
.; 9 pipe than this one. Care H. Martin. Mgr. Gainesville. Fla
fully selected genuine 1,000 shingles, how long will it take
French Briar, a sterlinZrin2' i grasshopper with wooden legs to I
vulcanite bit.
+ < and finishedby I kick down enough blades of grass to
and
r band fitted :

an expert make a bale of hay? Watch for MEMORIAL 't j


\VM-DEMUTH &CCX.New YorkVwlJ'a "Do you like girls with blue eyes?" edition of the ALLIGATORr :
) Largest Pipe Manufacturer "No, I like 'em with green backs.Ex. i I II II Is
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When You're In Jacksonville, ,

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a 's I6
::;; ;th Your instructions received by mail will have the same COME TO FURCHGOTTS'For

; prompt and careful attention as if you had yourself calledin

oau Smart Clothing and Furnishings.When .
jsi lilt uut to see us.

:: I2u2ttt, rin Start an account today with us by mail. you find yourself in need


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EXCHANGES I
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NICE MODERN ROOMS EXCELLENT TABLE SERVICEAINESVILLE

FLORIDA PHONE 168 i FIRST WOMAN: TEACHER IS. TENNESSEE PLANS A BIG WELLESLEY COLLEGE

, ELECTED TO FACULTY OF CARNIVAL I NEWS CONCERNEDOVER

HARVARD UNIVERSITYThe HONOR
The White HouseEast From the Carnival Edition of the SYSTEMThe :

Orange and White it would seem that
Wellesley
electiion of the first woman to College News coa-
Main and Church Sts., Gainesville, Florida the faculty of Harvard University has Tennessee is planning a University plains that the honor system by which

. One of Florida's Best hotels. Given a score of ICO per cent. by been announced. Dr. Alice Hamiltonof carnival with heart and soul. Elabo- the school is governed is not sufficiently .
made for
rate preparations are being
is the first to be impressed upon the studests
Chicago, woman
State Hotel Commission. it. All of the fraternities and the and that the general
so honored. She has been selectedas opinion is that
: MEMBER AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION assistant professor of industrial sororities as well are preparing to one that can "get away with it" is
aid
take an active part. With such
medicine.Dr. I clever. A powerful plea is made fer
50 Rooms American Plan 35 Baths and cooperation as it is receivingfrom each student to understand the
I Hamilton has recently been doing responsibility -
RATES $3.00 to $5.00 per daySteam social! service and living at Hull the students it cannot help but that rests upon her. We

Heat.Electric Fan and Hot Water in Every Room I House, Chicago. She has been pro- be an immense success. can readily understand the situation

: S. OGDEN CHADWICK, Manager iesscr of pathology at Woman's Medical -I Among the various features pre- for we in Florida have in a certain
pared for the occasion are vaudeville
, i College of Northwestern Univer- I measure the same thing to contend
stunts, an elaborate minstrel pro-
sity. She was also investigator of occupational -. with. Unfortunately lack of individual
several short plays to be presented -
diseases for the Illino'sCommission. : .gram responsibility is the main draw.
by the girls, comedians, etc. back to the honor Yet
Brown Bros Coo .-Ex. system. when
Each fraternity or sorority is to have
, this is once overcome there is no
some definite part, and each is vying
f CHICAGO CORNELL AND greater force that binds the whole
with the other in an effort to make
Gainesville Florida school together than the honor sys
PENN. WIN TRACK MEET
I
the whole affair a high class produc- tem.
I tion. .

i Buyers of hickory stumpage in Chicago University, Cornell, and The affair bids fair to be a great TRINITY COLLEGE

I Pennsylvania won the principal race success and it undoubtedly will arouse

Florida. If yu have any hickory honors ai; the twenty-fifth annual car- much enthusiasm and help create a DEFEATS CLEMSON

nival of track and field sports which spirit of harmony and good fellow-

: trees write us. was concluded at Philadelphia on ship among the students. Trinity College, of North Carolina,
April 26. bunched hits on Clemson and defeat .

The one-mile championship of SPORTS IN FULL ed them in a twelve inning game, one

America was captured by Pennsyl- SWING AT TECH of the liveliest of the season.

: w. mm & co. vania 'n: a heart-breaking finish: with

: Nebraska in second place. The two- Sports are once more in full swingat TULANE FRESHIES WIN

mile relay was won by Chicago and Georgia Tech. A successful boxing OVER SOPHOMORES
I
Cornell took the four-mile relay! tournament has just been broughtto
WHOLESALE GROCERS
i. easily. a close. A tennis tournament is The Freshmen took the third of the

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA now well under way over fifteen interclass athletic contests from the

1 WILLIAM AND MARY AND double teams having entered. The Sophomores from Tulane, making it

1i i TULANE HAVE NEW HEADS track team left last week for Sewannee two to one in their favor. Four mere

and the prospects for victory contests are yet to come off. A total
seemed good, according to the Geor-
of seven contests are held during the
: Administrative changes are taking gians. The baseball team defeated
IDEAL FERTILIZERS year, and the side winning four is
place both in William and Mary and Mercer two games, one of them beingwon the winner.A .

in Tulane.Dr. in the last half of the ninth by NEW FEATURE FORCOMMENCEMENT
I L. G. Lyon, president of William a score of 4 to 2. I EXERCISES
and Mary for over thirty years,

COMPLETE FORMULAS ANY ANALYSIS has res'gned and is to be succeededby TOO COLD TO PLAY I
I Georgia Tech has decided to add
Dr. J. A. Chandler. The studentsare BALL IN NEW YORK
PROPORTIONED TO PREVENT WASTE keenly alive to the change and j I;|to its regular commencement exercises -

are eagerly awaiting the plans of the All Major League games in the east'I; a feature that in addition to be-
PROMPT SHIPMENT ing unique will add much to the ex
new administration.Dr. were called off Saturday, April 26,
B. V. Dixon, president of New- on account of extreme cold weather. ercises. Plans are being made for i

comb College of the University of This is news that sounds like a big military review and dance. Among

Tulane for thirty-one years, has ten- fairy tale down here in Florida where the many interesting things to take
dered his resignation after being summer has been place is a competitive drill followedby
\ Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. active treading on the toes
in educational circles for over of spring for nearly a month. the most brilliant dance of the

fifty years. He has been appointed season.
Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers President Emeritus.
AG. STUDENTS LEAVE
I Florida. Bob Steele, a pitcher of the New
Jacksonville
,
FOR INSPECTION TRIP, York New
I Giants, was sold to the
RAT SESSIONS HAS A
York American Club Saturday, April
NARROW ESCAPE
I A group of students in the Ag. 26.

FIRST TVATIONAL BANK Rat Sessions is still alive and grin College left Thursday morning on a
usual thanks Mr. trip of inspection Last Saturday the Harvard Tennis
ning as to W. B. for purposes of instruction -
GAl N ESVI LLE, FLA. Davis, who plunged into the chill and information in many team won from Massachusetts Insti

INCORPORATED 188S waters of Newnan's Lake in his Sun- lines of agriculture. First they wentto tute of Technology by a score of fin

f CAPITAL $100,000.00 day clothes Saturday afternoon and Raiford, Fla., where they visitedthe I sets to one.

$100,000.00 rescued the aforesaid Sessions from a state prison farm. Leaving that
SURPLUS
watery grave. place at 6:10 Thursday afternoon,I I I NEW BOOKS FOR LIBRARY

Sessions, with other Universityboys they proceeded to Jacksonville, where ARE HERE

& CROSBY was enjoying the picnic given they took rooms at the Hotel Albert,1 I
OREENLE CO. "Great IILrlans"
and will Events by Famous
Saturday by the United Commercial spend today and Saturday in
Travelers, and he had paddled out in visiting various stockyards, fertilizer i is the title of a new let of
JEWELERS AND PlATlr UMSMITHS/ / lately
twenty-two volumes which has
a canoe to watch the young Annette plants, dairy establishments, ag. ma-
Kellermans in the party dive and be- chinery houses, surrounding farms, arrived at the University library.
Noted for Reliability rf Fifty Years. there
sport themselves in the delightful Any event in history upon which

water of Newnan's Lake. As girls etc.The party will return Saturday has been some doubt or difference of

k 41 West Bay Street will do when there is only one male night. opinion, is discussed from various

around, the fair swimmers clustered viewpoints by different famous au

E Jacksonville FloridaClass about Sessions' canoe, and one bold gan pushing the canoe towards him thorities.the The books are published by
maiden tried to climb in. Unfortu- National Alumni Association.
and Mr. Davis, mentioned above tookoff
each
nately she was not of the bantam- his They are bound in silk cloth,
and coat and
PinsRingsMedals Trophies. jumped in after the
volume famous
a fac simile of some
4 weight type, and the canoe turned sinking man. He held Sessions' head
old European
turtle as she bore down on the side. above water until binding executed by some
a canoe from shore
Everybody laughed, thinking Ses- reached them, then both sovereign.A .
TAILORING COMPANY men were
Psychology
CITY shipment of Education,
sions would not be very much worse taken ashore.No .
'V. lain Street Phone 336. and English reference books haS
223 for a wetting, and Sessions himself damage of a serious nature
Have your coatsuit or suit altered or relined by Expert Tailors. struck out for shore. After a little, done. Sessions claims that he got was a also arrived. These are mainly shelves to

We also do cleaning and pressing. \Ve make a specialty of gloves however, it was noticed that he was cramp a short time after leaving the that replace books on the reserve
not making much and that have become worn by use.
and robes of all kinds. progress overturned canoe. One
hats evening gowns thing he is wi1
Miss ,
Miltimore the librarian
his head would now and then disap- convinced of: It ,
F.K.Caidwti1 list!n' doesn't pay to play have imme
t pear to his hat brim. The girls be- with mermaids. the books on the shelves
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Tailor II I I FARR LITERARY SOCIETYThe KAPPA ALPHA K\STER-BALL j [ B. M. Tench H I II


t 1919 Spring & Summer Samples on display Farr Literary Society held its Friday, April 26th, the Beta Zeta I
-i regular meeting last Monday night. Chapter of the Kappa Alpha Frater- I Q GAINESVILLE 0 1
No formal program had been prepared nity gave their annual Easter Ball t

Alteration, Repairing and Pressing but each member gave extem- which proved to be one of the most FLORIDA i
poraneous talks. Preparations are enjoyable social events of the sea- E ESHOES
being made for the last three meet-
I son.The
ings which are expected to be the decorative committee deserveno '1

best yet. Plans are also being laid little mention for the artistic dec- :
for the election of officers for the orating of the ballroom. From the :1j

coming year, so that no time will be center of the spacious ballroom to "j iJ.

1\: Gainesville l Furniture (Co.J ; lost The next intersociety year in getting team is started.already the panelled of green walls and, long white crepe paper streamers were- J.II W. Mcto1Iu k doe I !

hard at work preparing for the final draped. DRUGGISTS I

debate with Peabody, to be held on Over the windows and entrancesand 'The Rexall: Store" h o n ell I
I
F; May 16. The question chosen was, at the end of the hall occupiedby Agents for j i

D R Cox, Proprietor Resolved that the Referendum is desirable the orchestra, climbing roses L1GGETS AND NOIIKIS' CANDIES f. I
for the State of Florida". The adorned lattice-work. The entire 5
,
I{ Phone Farr Literary team will uphold the scene portrayed realistically the ,enchanting SEE:
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negative. Having successfully elimi- surroundings of some Ital- A. Vidal
; nated all other teams, Farr Lit. does ian villa.
FOR
I":' not intend to leave a stone unturned.n Under the wierd gleam of the con- Drugs, Stationery, Toilet Articles,
I its efforts to win the faculty lovingcup. cealed lights amid the soft mellow Candies, Souvenir Cards l

strains of fanciful music, a merry Waterman's Pens
I i PALM PARLORt throng of pretty girls in gorgeous ,

PEABODY CLUB evening gowns and handsome young Come toDoran's
'-, men in Tuxedos and full dress frocks
-t ( C jJ Peabody Club held its regular meet- added the finishing touches to the Bohemian Bicycle Shop

I :: Jbe (! ::$ Lttxe 'ng last Monday night, and the at- atmosphere that .enveloped 218 East Main Street + I II

endance showed the demoralizing ef all. for BICYCLES. MOTORYCLE
(
1 'ect of skipping three meetings. Th Little Miss Elizabeth Hammergren, ACCESSORIES and REPAIRS

lub season is not over yet, and the to the enjoyment of all, entertainedwith

f' Candy Soda and aembers present Monday night votedto '[ a beautiful aesthetic dance in The NewEDISON
Cigars. have a revival meeting next Mon- which she displayed much grace and
:ay night and get everyone out. loveliness.In .
t. Professor Buchholz entertained and one corner of the room under a ;
,' nstructed those present with his ex- bower of roses creme de mint punch

Diamond Ice Co. ellent talk on Billy Sunday. Profesor ras served thruout the evening.

Euchholz heard Billy in Tampa During the intermission a delightfulice The
nd is an ardent admirer of the great cream and cake course was served. -
Manufacturers of
vangel'st.' Those present were well The music! was furnished by Mrs.Tompkin's .
Finest Crystal Ice 'paid for coming by his admirable orchestra of Jacksonville, :

Cold Storage in Connection description of the great preacher, his vhich proved to be a wonderful treat.It PHONOGRAPHwith I

GAINESVILLE, _FLORIDA nethods and accomplishments. furnished pep and harmony from ; I
I Afterwards a debate, "Resolved, tart:: to finish and added much to the

1- that the daylight saving plan is desirable success and enjoyment of the eve SOUL i !
J.S. BODIFORD &CO. a !
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for the U. S. was upheld on ning.As I I
DRUGGISTS the affirmative side by Webb, while the evening drew to a close '!
Walker ably defended the negative. pretty crepe caps and noisemakerswere Has no needles to change r ] I t

NORAH GAINESVILLE FLORIDA The decision was in favor of the af- distributed among the crowd and Plays Records of all makes. t .

, Prescriptions Called for and Delivered 'Irmat've: by a two to one vote of the each girl received a cunning little pair TheEdison Shop j I
FREE udges. of Billy Burke pajamas in a suit t i
On the Square, North Side "
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THE SANITARY BENTON ENGINEERING SOCIETYAt chaperoning the young people I

---- I were: Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Mur- University Book Store 1
BAR BAR SHOP its regular meeting Monday phree, Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Farr, Dr. I 1a

The AlachuaRestaurant night the Society was addressed by and Mrs. H. W. Cox, Dr. ana Mrs.C. .
Promptness Courtesy Basement Language Hlla) Ii ,
rofessor Thoroughgood. His talk L. Crow, Dr. and Mrs. M. H. De-

and Lunch Room Satisfaction vas on the Mann Report on Engineering Pass, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cannon, Everythingfor I i

FOR Education, a subject that provedof Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Taylor, Mrs. J.
considerable interest to those pres- D. Stringfellow, Mrs. Turbeville, and t
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN ent. After setting forth the most interesting Mrs. G. S. Ramsey.
PHIFER STATE BANK
Half a block from Atlantic Coast Line points of this report, professor ,

DepotTelephone Thoroughgood mentioned in MANY VISITORS HERE FORK.
I. detail the changes that had been madeIn A. DANCEFor !
507 curriculum of the
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA the engineering Students '
Florida I U. of F. so that it would conform in l
Gainesville - several days preceding the K. 1 \ '
of J..
some degree with the suggestions I
A. Easter Ball every train arrivingin

THE SANITARY CLEANING MOLNAR'SDINING this This report.was followed by a short business Gainesville brought some fair vis- FORD] HEADQUARTERS ; i
ANDPRESSIKG itor who had come from far or near
COMPANY ROOM I session, after which the meeting "on the bid" of some K. A. friend. J.H. ALDERMAN, ProprietorTHEHOMEOFTHEFAMOUS 4

) Get your clothes cleaned and pressed Where Prices are Just night and Food i-s 1 I was adjourned. Visitors enjoying the week end festivities -I I j: I I
Served as You Like it were: Misses Elizabeth Range,
in the sanitary way.
I
DRY CLEANING ASK ANYBODY JOHN MARSHALL Jewel Lastinger, Barbara Knight,
FRENCH
CHALLENGE i
AND ISSUES and Leona Leslie, of Tampa, Florida; FORD

STEAM PRESSING W .S. Dorsey & Co The John Marshall Society held its Misses Blair Woodson, Sarah Pearl ,
i Martin, Callie Gisendanner, Caroline 1
Saves Time meeting last Saturday. The
regular
EVERYTHING GROCERIES Harris, Adel Axe, of Ocala, Fla.;
Sa\es Clothes was postponed owing to the
i I program Misses Margaret Linton and Pattye MOTOR CARS I
Saves Money i unavoidable absence of the partici-
For Goodness Sake Eppes, of Monticello, Fla. Misses
Hat Cleaning and Blocking Specialty Coffee 'I pants. Parliamentary law was practiced ; Accessories, Supplies And Repairs ;!
Drink Dorsey's Delight
Gladys Sheftal, Margaret Durkee,
I
Also Steam Dyeing of Professor
I! under the direction
4 call Elizabeth McCallum, and 1
a Dorothy
Give us
Phone 675 I|Arnold for about thirty minutes.
Hodges, of Jacksonville, Fla. Misses I
jos. j. mm I John Marshall intends to wind up ; 1111 GainesvilleCocaCola ,
I Dorothy Davis and Mildred Williams,
Shoe the with active participation in
American I' year I of Palatka, Fla.; Miss Louise Hamilton j
the various sports. Both a baseball !
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR organized. of Charlottsville, Va.; Miss j
and a volleyball team were
Repair Company Electric Appliances, Electric Repairing I Franklin was elected captain of the, Wade, of Virginia; Miss Anna Crich- Bottling Co. ; f
ton, of Pensacola; Miss Grace Earle
Sterling National Mazda Lamps, All volleyball team, and Hardee will head 4.
Hildreth, of Live Oak, Fla. and Miss .
NorttfTelephone Sizes. 3:l volt Mazdas for farm lighting the baseball team. A challenge is i ; Corner Virginia Are. and Colon St.
114 West Main, I Katherine Hawkins, of Meredith, Fla.; !
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hereby issued to the other colleges. .I I'I II Gainesville Fla.
139 Mrs. C. N. Hildreth, Jr., of Live Oak; 'P-: I
Conner Auto Company I Mrs. C. L. Knight, of Tampa, Fla,; M Ii ;

Genera Conner.Prop. JOE SWANSON MARRIES Mrs. Williams, of Palatka, Fla.; Mrs. t I
Washing and Polishing; Gasoline 'I KEY WEST GIRL Axe, of Ocala, Fla.; Mrs. Woodson, of!.

Call and Delivery Free 194 Oils and AccessoriesPhone G.newiDe Fin 'I Mrs. Swanson received a telegram|I Jacksonville.Ocala; and Mrs. C. W. Johnson, of ''ALWA { A GOOD j j !1


from her son, Joe Swanson, announc- f
ing his marriage to Miss Isabelle Hare you a liking for trusts? Do

T. F.T1IOMAS,President RV. .THOMAS Treasurer O, II. THOMAS Secretary Bieza, in Key West, last Monday. The you approve of National Unity Can $HOW I I
I news was quite a surprise to Mrs. the church be unified? Ought it to
I
Thomas Company Inc. Swanson, coming so soon after Joe's be? These questions will be takenup
I departure for Miami to attend to some at Holy Trinity Church this Sun- AT THE j ji

IMPLEMENTS SEED I business matters there, but did not day. Services at usual hours. Adv. i
HARDWARE, cause any shock as she had known of

Gainesville, Fla. I his intentions to commit matrimonyat Dr. Murphree will leave today for Theatre
-AGENTS FOR- the earliest possible date after his Winter Haven where he will deliver Lyric I

discharge from the service. I the high school commencement ad-
THE INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. Miss Bieza, formerly a teacher in dress.

and the Key West schools, and incidentallya i
student at one of the summer sessions navy at the time of her marriage. i,
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THE JOHN of the University of Florida, She is very popular in Key West so-
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LOCALS Harvey W. Cox, Dean of the TMAS HALL BEATSDllGmNINB.B.GAME

KUE & CHEVROLETMOTOR !Teachers College, has been away: this I
I; week delivering commencement ad- I Florida
The Summer School Bulletin went dresses. On Monday he delivered the I
( GARS to press this week and it is expectedthat Milton High School address, and on
copies will be distributed next Wednesday spoke to the graduatingclass With 15 to 7 as the final tally State Collegefor
INTERNATIONALPARTS week. of Arcadia High School. Thomas Hall put one over Buckman
Saturday afternoon in a game of

Hawkshaw reports a most interest- TEACHERS WOULD BENEFIT ball, characterized by much interest VomenTALLAHASSEE
TRUCKS ing and thrilling experience with a FROM UNIVERSITY and pep on both sides.
& SERVICE doorknob in C Section; Thomas last ENVIRONMENT s From the first of the game it was
week. evident which would be the team to
Continued{ from page one.) FLORIDA
LAUTZ AND HELVEXSTONVOYLB crawl out of the small end of fortune's ,
Mr. Miles took trip to Lake But- year course.
a horn. Buckman Hall was outcussed,
ler last week end, for peasure The plan which is cheaper, more
only. outplayed, and beat in every department
BROS. logical and satisfactory for increasing
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facilities for teachers, is this: Make of the game.
At Chapel last Friday the officersto Yancey, who had charge of the deni-
I FLASH LIGHTS the two state institutions co-educa-
compose the student "Y" Cabinet zens from Buckman, promises that in One of the Strongest and
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES tional, and in that way the objection;j
for next year were chosen. They are the next contest which will probably Best Women's
that there are not sufficient facilities j Colleges in
I
.. & President, R. T. Hargrave; vice pres- fer training women teachers, will be 1, take place tomorrow afternoon, his the
STORAGE BATTERIES ident, S. G. Kent; secretary, H. H. satisfied. At Tallahassee probably all j,j: charges will steal, not only the bases Country
: Bushnell; treasurer, W. W. Gunn. I the young men who would desire to'i necessary to win the game, but will

i attend the college could be satisfac-j i also steal the gate receipts and come
i Colonel Walker has been advised i out in glorious victory even if he has
torily provided for in boarding houses 1.
UNCLE rfiOSES 'I | College of Arts and Sciences.
that the summer R. O. T. C. camp will off the campus (at least for a few j to buy the umpire. 2.
: Normal School
be held at Camp Lee, Virginia. It -ear3), and at Gainesville an addi-|I and Schoolof
MONEY TO LOAN j: will start in the first part of July tional dormitory should be sufficientfor ,i SIIOW FIREFLY WHOSE Education.
I Strings \lusical1nstruments and continue for six weeks. Students housing the young women. The LIGHT IS BRIGHT 3. School of Home Economics
110-112 West Union Street i in the Sophomore Class who. have Gainesville institution has the space I ENOUGH TO READ BY 4. School of :Music

I I completed two years in the R. 0. T. now, and with the addition of a few I 5. School of Art.
i i NICK DAMATO I C. will be perm:.tted to attend be- .r ore instructors could accommodate The Florida Entomological Society 6. School of Expression.
sides those in the Junior and Senior at least 500 teachers. Does this not. held its monthly meeting in Language
I Next to McCollum's Drug Store i Classes who have signed up to go. I I'I seem to be the most reasonable, the' Hall Monday afternoon. As usual 7. Depaitment of Business.
safest and the cheapest plan for train.n -,. the amount of interest in new speci- 8. Extension Division in Home
Phone --- 511 I Frank R. Hunter, Freshman in College Honda's teachers? I I mens of insects from various localities Economics.

; HIGH GRADETAILORING of Arts and Science, returned to The United States Commissioner of J'I was evident. 9. Graduate School.
his hcme in Fort Myers this week. Education reports that young men I i lOne very interesting specimen was
Frank has been quite ill for over two and young women all over the country i j. one of the Click beetles (Phyrosphu- Tuition free in all courses except -
weeks, and tho a little better, will not I,I are refraining from entering the 1 rus). This insect is. one of the light- private lessons in Music,
F be able to resume his studies until teaching profession.\ Especially is ning bugs or fireflies, having two Art and Expression.
\ next session. II there a dearth of young men. And ,'bright; lights, one on each side of the
b this lack can not be supplied by nor- thorax. These lights are so brilliant
. jr N Coach and Mrs. Buser entertainedthe mal schools. The young men will not II I that in a dark room one can easily
For
Episcopal boys of the Universityat go into the profession until it pays a read: by the light thrown by them.A catalogue and other information
an informal revival meeting at better living wage in order that they I I demonstration of this was made in write toREGISTRAR
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their house last Thursday night. may adequately support a famly. I the Plant Board office Monday night.
"Smokes", punch, and ice cream and There is by far a greater number: of Professor Watson, entomologist of
cake were served. The meeting was j j women going into the teaching professions the University Experiment Station,
entirely of a social nature for the j than there are of men, and so gave a very interesting talk on ,
1 purpose of bringing about a closer' the problem resolves itself mainly I I Thrips, insects generally found on COLLEGE FOR
H fellowship among the Episcopal: boys.I' into one of training women. Establish I: flowers of different plants. f *
co-education in the two state institutions "WOMENTALLAHASSEE
The evening was spent most congenially Specimens of Italian bees were
and the fellows hope that more i and the teacher-training prob- passed around for inspection with a
In The Good OldDays Of Summer such "revivals" will be forthcoming. :< lem as far as providing facilities is brief mention regarding the excel- FLA.
You \Vill Find It Worth I I concerned, will be solved. lence of this variety over the com-

Your While If You Patronize A President and lIrs.Iurphree returned -' mon varieties used by Florida bee

Tailor Who Can Fit Ycu Out Tuesday night from Georgia I lIAJORVILKINSON MAKES keepers.Mr. .
In Style. where they spent a week on businessand I FINE SPEECH AT SERVICESOF Stirling, of the Plant Board,I F < -.
pleasure combined. They first CONFED. MEMORIALThe gave a short address on the subject:
You will find here as select a rangeof
went to Atlanta to heard the grand I "Birds as Plant Preservers". He; BURNETT
fabrics and models as you will in the
best Fashion Centers of Metropolitan opera, and returning they stopped at[ feature of the Confederate- touched especially on the value of I I IUl.e CLOTHIER
life.AND AT GREATLY LOWER PRI- Macon, where Dr. Murphree attended'a J'j morial Day services held at the these winged alles of man in their;
of the Trustees of Southern relation to destroying insects and
meeting
CES .ALL THE LATEST NOVEL Gainesville cemetery last Sunday wasa i NOKTII SIDE OF SJUiRNEWYORKRAGKET
noxious weed
TIES- in addition to a fine array of Chautauqua. speech by Major S. A. B. seed.
conservative BUSINESS MODELS. son, of the cadet battalion. Wilkin-I

Judge Thomas M. Shackleford, of;a Bill" is still receiving the the occasion, and the cadet company ...
Tampa, former Chief Justice of this I lations of the hundreds who heard j fired the salute in honor of the mili- -
f }S j3ri111i1111 state, will arrive here Saturday to him deliver his splendid tribute to!' tary dead after taps had been blown
take part in the Keppel Memorial;j the dead heroes of the South. by the battalion buglers.

} send it toPEPPER. services Sunday. On Monday he will The cadet band and a company of I I Cars furnished by, the citizens of Agent forFLORSHEIM
address the law students, and will selected cadets took a prominent part Gainesville took the University men SHOES
speak in Chapel Tuesday noon to the in the ceremonies. The band fur-I I to the cemetery and brought them
I student body and friends. nished several musical numbers for back afterwards. ....
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