The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00302
 Material Information
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
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1920
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000972808
oclc - 01410246
notis - AEU8328
lccn - sn 96027439
System ID: UF00028291:00302
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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RECOMMEND ANAMENDMENT + + + + + + + + +, .
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t + (P.y Roy D. Hoskins
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.., CONSTITUTIONPresidents
J + + + + + + + + + OVER MATTERSStetson BEGIN f MONDAY

Sigma Was Installed as Chapterof of Literary Societies'!1f'1 -

National Fraternity on Local Would See Stipulation as to Pro- !f Couldn't Stand Up to 'Oa.or Coach Kline Issues Call to Men Wh? --1 4
Campus Last Saturday Rata I i Squ-d Three
of Touchdowns :Made
Literary Funds. I Play the Game to Turn Out Ready
in Matte rof Fact ManerTnr
For Hard Work.
STETSON CHAPTER We recommend the amendment of! r

Joj INSTALLED LOCALS '1" Student Body Association constitution !- I to all expectations Flo-i.li a SEVERAL OF LAST i
i I ?a il" took the measure of the Etet-
and by-laws to the following YEAR'S STARS OITIThis
, Big Program of Events, Including eeffect: //I : -on el' ven. The 'Gators did not e? crt

Closing Banquet Featured the II. The literary, society and de- __ I i ther h-es to any extent and sho\ing i i.* First Year Florida Has Eva .

Ceremony-Six Frats Nowon 1:atrs fund shall be expended a' fol- 1_ .rvtr th e touchdowns in a matter Had a Real Basket Ball Coach

the Campus. lows: Fifty per cent shall be expended 1 f fat many er. Hughes made the and Good Results Expected

by debating council in nro- i first touchdown after a 30 yardbru" :?n
Epsilon Zeta Chapter of Sigma Nu moting inter-collegiate debates, and Tel run. Several chance were loit Coach Kline has sounded the ta.'
became one of the six national fraternities 50 'y u > Haters of scoring when t': for candidates for the basketball tea?
per cent shall be expended by th' ey'tin
; on the campus of the University various literary societies as they .e"it ; -H'd l beautiful parses that shoaldi and it is hoped that a large bunch"wi 1 1respord.

of Florida last Saturday, when i i h: "f' been caught. The first practice will be
but of this latter portion each 0- \
it was installed by the Delta Mu ciety shall receive 50c each enroled lj j| \ t The onlv spectacular play of the ;on Monday, November 29th.

iJ) Chapter of Stetson. member of its respective college. I ame was when C. Anderson ran SO This year prospects are.particular .

t For a long time the members and As you can readily see the con vi-i I ards for a touchdown, but 1- bright for a championship team with c.
[pledges of Nu Sigma local haveawaited tution provides that the different <" I 'ortuna eh' Florida was offside. ';lie large number of men back from la"'

i the time when they would be ieties shall be paid in a prort 0-1 I, Hatters put up a good fight. but !id year, and many new men with foe 'I

come a chapter of Sigma Nu. The sum according to the number the ; : not have a change with Coach Kls1 records, who have entered this terr-.

past week their dreams and hopes ciety has and society thinks that husky warriors. They succeed : i in Among those who were on last year'-

have been realized Five years ago they should be every paid in proportion to The strength of Florida lies in the completing several pretty for-.1-d quad and who will be out again t>'. ,

J. W. Dalton came to the University the number in the respective colleges, development of its agricultural, horticultural passes. year are: Bill Madison, Chick Byr!

from Georgia Tech and saw that the therefore we ooffer the amendment and live stock possibilitie3.Viewed The lineup: Bill Ward, Heuck, Murray Cohe-.

growth and development of the Uni- I stated above. as from the standpoint of potential Florida: Truman Green, Henry Gray and Herbert

versity of Florida warranted the development the State is in its Hughes, r eDimberline Friedlander.
e'i- (Signd): Presidents of every Literary .
tablishment of a Chapter here. How- very infancy.; One who has not wit- r t Many new men are' in school, win
Society: .
ever, the war came on and further Roy L. Driggers. nes 'ed highly intensive farming in Perry, r g are reputed to be experts in the Ca ...

steps were discontinued in the workof Alto Adams. communities where cultivatable land 'S Wilsky, c game, and Coach Kline feels confide'..

winning the world war. Last year McCoy Hubbard. scarce and exhorbitant in price can Meisch, 1 g that Florida will turn out a champicn-

five other Sigma Nu's came to school, H. C. Johnson.H. realize the full truth of this Baker, It ship aggregation this year. COB-'J:

bringing the total up to six. These Klock.4GGEES. ment. Tens of thousands of state-j Coleman, 1 e Kline has had many years of exile-:

six men, with the aid of ten other fertile acres lie idle, acres that would B. Anderson, quarterC. ence as a basketball coach, and ha.

L men, formed a local fraternity which yield millions under proper development Anderson, lh turned out teams that have come o

they called Nu Sigma. Thev o-nf 1\,,* TO PLAY -and we spend our time at- Carlton, r han victorious for the past ten years i'
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a very attractive petition to j the teW*Na-VUfc empting to work unworkable tin-c Robinson, fullback. : the Northwest. Every man in ache"has

tional- fraternity and with the backing I tourist.Yet, while apparently so Stetson;, absolute confidence in Con"":
of all the alumni *n this State anJ LAWYERS IN THEFINALJONTEST .ttle'!: is being done, real development Fowler, r e Kline and as this is the Universit

! many more throughout the country II is going forward rapidly in comps R. Hon, r t first year with a regular basketb '
they achieved their goal. The charter ison with former years. Perhaps more Schubiger, r g : coach, great things are expected frc' i

was granted October 19, of this real constructive work has been done Rasco, cRoszermeny the.Gators.
although the installation did not year, during the la/it 15 years in this line 1 g Manager Madison bas been br"*
place until November the 20th. Saturday afternoon the Aggies play than for all the rest of the time previous Booth, 1 1tBradley for some time working up a ached ..

The program for the installation. the Lawyers in the final lap for the to that. 1 6Whitechair to include games with many pro

follows: inter-college championship.\ EveryAg. One man who to a lar?;e extent is quarter nent institutions in the South r\l

Pledging ceremonY-Friday man is urged to turn out and sup- responsible for this is P. H. Rolfs, Davis, 1 h East, and as soon as this is cc""-

vember 19.Initiation. No. port the team. D. A. Hunt is head Director of the Florida Agricultural Russell, r h pleted it will be announced in the

ceremonies_Saturday coach and Buck Carlton was electedto Experiment Station and Dean of the I Rasco fullback. Alligator.

9 a. m., Elks' Club. assist him in coaching the line. College of Agriculture. Mr. Rolfs !

Stetson-FlorHa football game, Sat- They are confident of turning out a ha been with the Experimer Station,FIRST DRESS LAWYERS? TRIMENGINEERS
urday afternoon, 3:30. winning aggregation. Mr. Carlton for the last 15 pears, and during that PARADE _

Banquet-Saturday 8:30 gave a short talk in the meeting con I time has come into intimate contait !
White House.At p. m. at cerning football, and urged that every with all the leading grower and livestock UNIVERSITY H,0TC ;f OlFt
the banquet Ag. man turn out Saturday and witless raisers in the State. Their

AA of-the-* local chapter Saturday, the entire night Sfpt.all a great game. I needs have been explained to him and UNIT IS A SUCCESSThe MING l? RJ: -':
UIl chapter, representatives the Experiment Station has responded

other fraternities on the from all STOCK JUDGING by scit ntific investigations along University of Florida cadet
a good many alumni from campus: and the desire I lines. These investiga- corps went through its first dress pa- Tn one of the Fnpie-1 games CI

State, as well as Florida men.out of the tions cover a wide range. Florida is rade of the season yesterday, when a *-en on Flerring-: Field the Law ,.-

Karl Whitaker, President TEAM COMPETES a large State. A diversity of interests large number of Gainesville people defeated the Ergineers: 6 to 0. F---s

Tampa Alumnia chapter, of the f are r presented and each interest witnessed one of the most beautiful the time the rf free b'ew his wh? t'-

! toastmaster, calling on acted as the IN STATE has conr.e"t'd with it individual problems military ceremonials ever seen here. starting the gairo: until the east "'

those Present for short talks.several of that need to be solved. Although this was its first formal was a case of the hardest kind "!
Clarence FAIRI After careful fightmr.! The' lawyers chief nr' .-
E. Woods, Past and painstaking work appearance, the cadet corp which is
Grand ..
corder Re- I and after larger stays were Bie! and Byrd. These 1 *
and for 19 years editor The Stock Judging team the the achievement of definite than at any time in the history
Delta, of th'? results, the did great work and were instrumf *
presented whole State is of the institution
the charter and June "arrpus Tuesday morning for Jack} given the executed a
Gunn received it for the baby to the State Fair. Prof. C. H. Wil benefit of the findings through the snappy drill, equalling the high standard in the Engireers downfall.

Oscar Palmour, inspector chapter of loughby and Dr. A. L. Shealy went I I means of a pamphlet i i'sued by the of work that has characterized the The real feature of the game vche -.:
second the wonderful playing of Joe Me :
division, in which the on ahead to arrange everything for Experiment Station. One little slip military department of the institution .
chapter is situated, gave a local the team. Prof. Willoughby has been in the conducting of the experiments for the last several years, and which for the Engineers. He was into *"-
Spiring speech in which he welcomed very in- very; busy coaching the team for the or in the stating of deduction., that has placed it among the fifteen distinguished erything and on one occasion rar >

Epsilon Zeta Chapter on last two weeks, getting them in time i properly may be made from the work colleges of the country as yards with the pigskin. Siren *s
the chapters in the division.behalf of to bring back the money from the accomplished, might cost the farmers I! designated by the United States War kicked a couple of times for 45 ya .

Jackson, commander of Neils I State Fair this year. of the State thousands of dollars. department. which came at opportune times.

chapter, extended the glad the Stetson The team left with good spirit and They have come to appreciate the The University Cadet band, too, ap- The men on both teams deser- *
Welcome from hand of with value of this work and peared at its world of credit for the brand of f --
Delta Ifu, the intention of winning all the many of them best yesterday, military ball
Herbert they put forth. The
Ford, prizes given this year. The follow rely absolutely upon the bulletins issued marches being its specialty and added game'i
Alpha Tau Omega representative of the ing men were taken. b.)' the Station. The work has much** to the imDressiveness f n-f tho hard fought and the beat team v '.
ed SimnJl. M.. L fraternity_ welcom.Florida I to be done again and again before--- --- ceremonial.The ------ -- -- The Lawyers_ will now nlav. __ .t.t_n_ __..r.._
-- *tu to the ---- I Prof. C. II. Willoughby. ;t
University ofj Dr. A. L. Shealy, coach. :can go to the growers as an authority University of Florida ranks for the championship.
Those who The team upon which they may safely hiph in
now wear : rely. military circles of the conn-
Sigma Nu, and their pledges the badge of W. H. Mahoney, W. W. Prine, J. S. In spite of the multitude of chances trv. it being among the fifteen recognized PAN HELLENIC .
George are: that exist for Saturday evening after the gs
Milam, Arthur Sherman H. Leffers, J. W. McAlpin, mistakes: to occur. during best organized R. 0. T. C. col- he first Pan
Hartman Hellenic
Truman Green Crago Geo. F. S. Milliken, W. H. McBride, R. K. the whole time that )fr. Rolfs leees in the country. Dress paradeswill dance of f"..
Russell year was given in honor the _
Allen Redman has been with the of E'"
Smith station
E. E. no be held
Hollinrake Devane complaintof each
S. L. Walker Wednesday afternoon
Roy Loui son and Florida football teams. 1was -
Hoskins Tatum.
T. C. Richburg, F M. Danis. any consequence has ever been and an invitation is extended to
one of the best
made. This HellenV:
speaks well
for all
Banco the care Gainesville citizens and visitor
I ever given at the
I A. D. Williams and aC -Hl'aCwith which the work to witness
Gordon Huie them.
D. Howard field is
A. C. A. Hunt anJ Huie, Clifton Brown is done and is i a great credit to the I used the With the many Tisataw la town
Cooper. Pledges: C. C.. Colley Fred Mills, Sim-, -- .- as parade ground for the most of the teams on the floor t'. .
mons and Saunders. university. ..
tffff. r> T _
C cr Jtu o tBLUNTS From
Yesterday's Gainesville _
SMOKE i' *- Sun ;:all.

BARBER 1>' ray



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I if i How Long Has It Been -
By LU1 E. FURNITURE CO., Inr.Ii i alof
since THE
I you last treated yourself ALL -
: \ t te a Juicy Porterhouse I : Tampa
BOTTLE was j:Ii ,
: j I' with French Fried Potatoes, WAS dark j:Ii

,.:; t,: done up as you like it? ,STILL I] Sales Agents For

G,.i! !I f This is our Special University IX the cellar. If t liON I Berkey and Gay Furniture, Globe Wernicke Sectionals.
l' the table. j
Combination, with j I
a Special THE cork A
ji Vocation, Pathe Phonopragph, Napau
: ; ; Price to Students.OLNAB'S i!! P Cases, Aeolian, $
A duet of j
HAD just been j I chen Cabinets, Belding Hall Refrigerators, Aerolmj
I f fI
: PULLED, when "N-nothing*" 2S Shades, Premo-Eclipse Gas Ranges, Domestic Science]
i A lantern I heard. A less Cookstoves, Robinson Rodgers "Restw.eir: &i

E( i Floor Coverings, Draperies, Ch .
. OLD "Whin ChiskersrSPEAKS ". I Office Furniture r.i
: ffjiTiiraramgaffl ENTERD followedBY I ijj
,, 'lifi"IU! I !: + Glassware, Window Shades, Awnings*'--
.: -: aLBXGTHY agan: !: iia

.J 1 individual ;! !SinfWSirWSffiiffififfiffiffiColson! !: ! ;! ! Yi_0S

t (: i PROMPT ACCURATEMathematics WITH whiskers. YOU.two .
: AIIIN'to
: A a
and The Sciences
I- our Specialty -do?"
STAR flashed
Let us bid on your work AGAINTHE Land Company .,

AND was seen te
: f
; Edwards Bros. Improved Farms of all sizes
Be attached duo of All sorts of City PropertyAt ff f]
f E i.; ; AnD Arbor, Mich. I right prices and reasonable terms
I... I --,,,, r "'" I TO a pair N-nothings." Buvers should consult them before making a :
; I choice of property "
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:, J Stutkrrts HeadquartersJacksonville I IJI I THIS time :-oin ., -'T" --:-: -' ...... :- I I

BONES was silent ---_,._, _.,. ...,... .
'. ,sszmgszimgsssGAINESVILLE- ;:-- -4
d m AND OLD'Vhiskers.
"-F; -r.- "< t
.' s ,; !:1 JONES likewise. THEN somebody i FURNITURE co.t

; i ,. HOLD

';..;.' HOTEL SEHINBLE OLD 'THIS lantern." -
\:: -CHIN Whiskers"SPEAKS ;
I 1 :t 'has.G-. .
1 ; .Day. Mgr.i D. R. COX, Proprietor.
,::'j i .- + + + + +, i Phone 86.
I "WHAT are you ".i In Minnesota last year a little t in
'JII Just ArrivedSpecial '' ..... Swede presented himself to a certain
DOIN here?" school ma'am for instruction.
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1 ": / \ -*::5;*.. .....:' "What is your name tot the teacher !
( Value for HE TokedATvBones. : asked. !R
"Yonny Olsen," he said. t
; I .. "How old are you?" x 2 THE NEW YORK RACKET I
Y. I College Students I p... "rt) not know hoi old ay bane Agent ForFlorsheim
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I THE "Well, when were you born!" con- i
Brown Blue<*r Gray Worsted I I _. tinued the teacher. Shoes. _
BOTTLE was still .-- -' "Ay bane not born at all. Ay got f F IJ
$65 vlaue I r 4i-- "
I { tep-mutter. .
fi \ i *r .'rON' .fi !fifififi! iffiXX2Ha8iffiffi8!
'! [ I theTABLE. Everybody's
for $40 I I .' : -. !t J

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1'I ;,. ., Step4c-and take J!I."WHAT are you ,".0. -t.
r : ; a look at itNickDamato'

i : DOIN' here?" Don't Knock Just WrapUp

f'F "V i HE looked '
::1 The B.e t Tail op In Town 1 ,

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i W.DSOPFSc J Up in a big warm woolen sweater

I Navy Blue with a roll collar the

; -Cash and Carry Grocery- Same color, or one with a roll
I Get Acquainted 'Yith Your: Neighbor Collar of orange with cuffs of the
f Yon Might Like Hi'm. tl
t 0 f Same color. We have them now

1 1105 East Main Street, South Gainesville, Florida 1t M\ In stock in all sizes.
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$15 1
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Sale Double Breasted SpecialS

i Over Coats Young Mens odels Over Co

;t ." ;, THE BON TON"S ** $35.00 $35

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Refreshment';Paror +
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I h : Complete Line ofFraterqity>., Stationery 7

i t', "! : Candies and Toba ocogs:of all Kinds :.

t f .:.J Courtesy, Service and Strictly) Sanitary; .

; i i .. Our Branch at the COLLEGE INN is at your service.

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Society decided to hold an t
snappy practice on parliamentjfdrill evening tV A.. T. O.
next Monday night. This is tIkV
a dance a1
about the most interesting kind of of a nun <-r u" fair
meeting the society can hold. Motions, were in town ft the
all kinds may be introduced. Tf football game. This
d want the University or any any to be one of the most
changed, come to theeebng
of its
with your motion written out. prettily decorated in
is change the whole blooming the fraternity, with a
rks--0n paper to make things effect at the sealing. s
lpw with our own ideas. served throughout: the
A' debate was held on the subject: :
Resolved, That action forbidding all
forma of hazing at the University of matter, honey"
florida is desirable." The affirma- go riding with Ptecival
' dye was represented by S. Gaskin and !
Otis Mathis; the negative by Thos. : for mileand miles
Ferguson and J. W. Phillips. The let me out at my house
judges rendered their decision for the he dulnt hug any-
Affirmative.! curb.
A short reading from Mark Twain
.. on "Raising Poultry," was given by after ar:v>ther-
Kr. J. M. Williams. Mr. M. Connell the movie actresses seem
gave a short reading.A the secret of per-
smoker and social will be held .; .-Black and Red.
shortly. Further information con-
cerning this will be given soon. to me a perfect dear
the world to me
THE VILLAIN. arms around my neck
my knee.
'I call that dress a crime," said dear, don't tease me so,
lapp. can't you begin
Replied his storm and strife. as other girls,
"Stop jawing now and hook me up," kick your shin.
So be fastened the crime on his -The Tarfoa.
wife.Boston Transcript.
and his maid
GLAD TO HELP a thing to say.

Rat (to an old lady)-"May I accompany :
you across the 'street ma- hands hp played,
dame?" yon get that way?"

Old lady "Certainly, sonny. How
long have you been waiting here for strikes it keeps right
somebody to take you across?"- and remains orderly '

When a girl smiles at you every ti SIGMAN@A. Judge's Court.
time her-do not the
you pass get D. Hiers, Judge
big head. She may be too polite to
in Court House
laugh right out loud at you.-Life.

: i Tax Collector.
Miller, Tax Collector
ORAH i im Court Houst,

N I ORTON'S & tratJol1 Officer

Tax Asssessor's Office.
Court House
Maker of Picture Frames
t tt t J. W. Patton.
Demonstration AgentC.
D. Gunn
in Court House
SANITARY BARBERSHOP : of Public Instruction

1: R. Simmons. Supt.
i Kelley, Ass't. Sup't.
: B. R. Colson.!' Chairman
Gainesville FloridaIn
: : W. H. P"w H. Ar

the Graham HotelW. : and S. JAlachua ".Jllq<
:i Second Frida! *."
S. DORSEY & CO. : :
: : County Comrt.ietr.t'r"J

Everything in GroceriesFor J Chairman, Hprinr;
W. F. Gay, Trn; J B
Goodness Sake DrinkDORSET'S ;: Campville: G 'T ." *.
L ;: bons, Archer
first TuesdAY. U ..r'

Baird Hardware Co. Sheriff's Office
Telephone 149-J.
: c, G. Ramsey heriff!
I :: e Ph Yf\J*298
I Bruton Ch Dwuty

Tax Assessor.
Corhett Tax \S <*BOT '
ill Court HOUR

Court-EiM' Circa .

Phone 7 Gainesville, Fla A Thrashe-" =rdge r
I H. Wienges CI."k.\u4it.'
&, Assistar!* frCfe5f
Long, State'rmef
changed v ( 'TftUiU'" -
Carry Your Old Hats to
Monday in NV.X ember 'u

have them Spring term changed from tbj.4Monday
b May to 'coad Monday I'fune.
Cleaned, Blocked and Made New Jt" .
Candy, Confectionery and -
Cigar Store in Connection Congressional Repre eDtath'*.
Imported Greek Candy, 75c. lb. SATURDAY Alachua county is part of th S-

M. BLIZIOTES, Prop. oDd Congressional District and Is r-.' i
the Hon. Frank Ck- 1
west resented by
Main Street Next A. C. L.
home address GainesviflrH *.

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-1; ; '. '; EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT HiSfi Long AgoAfter
Herbert G. Ford .. :.-..._Editor in Chief .
t i C. Stuart Hall 7*.., .-.,.,.-..-....---..... ..............__...Managing Editor fi
Truman Green ..........._ Assistant Managing Editor a Careful Analysis tstlti
,j F. O. Spain, Jr..._....:......_..Sporting Editors .--.. .... -.---- A. N. Sollee Our !fi assured by the largest and beat
.A; ROY B. Hoskins, Murray Cohen Ear-old Klock, ............... _....... Reporters Clothes We are Makers in the World that our hen it
Richard Knight ._ ........_.._.._ Society Editor Prices are in line,and even lower, J
.. .-..... I5 prices for Ouch--Your Profitte to come. F
M. Friedlander _.._ ..__._...._ Business Manager Hart Schaffner & Marx Finest Suits vg
.. Maurice Stein I: .... ..__. .. _.-_.................Ass't. Business :Manager: Priced Now inP
J. ..-...-..-----.. ..---F TheoryIs R
M. B. Knight '___'__00 Foreman x $35.00 to $58.50
B. O. Smith ....-....... ._. ..._..-'_--- --- --- Com i Sfi8j
< T. Moore,,.... .. _... ... .._.._.. PressmanEntered :: >
Tailored and
t' These are All Wool Cover 51
0, ffi Every suit-Former Prices $50 to $75 *(
f as second class mat ter, September 28, 1912, at the post- Itf
t office at Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1879. i
itims in boxes designated for that *
Place all communications and news toMake
i I purpose in Peabody and Language Hails. I i Wolf Brothers ''kIt

1-I Rate:-The Florida Alligator, $1. 50 the year.
And let others i


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as the democracy of the world. When the United States takes a Noise.
step in any direction the temainder of the world looks on with approval; II i
for does not our government represent the will of the people? We as individuals -
I and as a ration endorse this form of government as the only pla. !
I under which the people can live with absolute justice. freedom and fairnes- I
I to all. We believe that every man should have an equal voice in making known-
j; the laws which are to govern him; that only in this way can governmen Hotel Hillsboro"TOP
be made efficient. Advise us as
; Gentlemen, if such a government is best nationally why should it not
work out in every business* enterprise? We are men here in college for The kind of O'THETOWN"Largest
the purpose of making ourselves better men. If we can make ourselve
better, can we not make our State and Nation correspondingly better also! All Year Round Hotel'
i I say we canVe! college men of tcday are the world leaders of tomorrow PropertyYou t In State
On our shoulders, ar.d our shoulders adone, rests the burden of the futur.'
United States. Will we be able to take up the reins, which our fathers passover desire I Tampa a
to us and "carry on" without a break--without faltering and .hesita Florida
1 tion? Hit's I 1Ii-! ;" =:- .b.- 1. ';" .:-. II]
i. Our college training should be of such a nature that we will only be .
expanding the principles which we learn here when we take control of and 1 For Sale,' fx
,. direct the destinies of our country. If we can learn here to govern arl oi
control ourslves we have gained leagues on our fathers. When we lear:
S have it.
The Phifer rdw
in college not only to cor.trol and direct our own lives, but discipline an: State Bank
i direct those of our neighbors, then are we on the road to advancement
: We can govern our our ac.ions to best interest of the school as a whole. Strong Safe and
Accommodating 6G
I To have successful student govern ment we mU3t have the confidence
i not only of the student body, but of the faculty as well. There must be th.. 6i
desire on the part of the faculty to play "hands off" and a willingness tc

j give the students: a trial. On the other hand the student body must ac' . -- -. .-. i
I with the greatest discretior and wisdom. There must be on the part o' -- < -. --. ,-. _,-----I
i i t the students the desire foexact justice to the faculty and to themselves 1
' j'{ This will insure fairness to all. When a student commits a breach of discipline Foot Ball e
o 4'I ""j there must exist the willingness, not only the willingness, but the desire W. H. SCHOOLEY I
t t of the studer.ts that he be fully and justly punished. Any attempt to Shoes, Uniforms and Supplies,
I shield a man and to defen-l I him in wrong-doing can only result in weakness t
I t to the system. The ideals of the system must not be allowed to suffer simply Base Ball l
l II because a man's athletic ability will add strength to the team. It will! I Gloves, Mitts, Shoes and Supplies .tv.ti i
: ; take practice to make student government a success. No one believes for SELLS the EARTHand ,
; a moment that we can change existing conditions in a night. No permanent TennisRackets i
t ad lasting reform can ever be accomplished without unceasing effort, for J
J' ; bearance, patience and, wisdom. If we could make student government a Balls and Supplies, '1
one hundred per cent success in one night it would not be worth the paperon .;0(
which this i.i written, for it couldrevert to the old system or worse in Bicycles
the same time. Dishonesty, double-dealing, cheating, ,
and two- Repairing and Supplies. '(
f i.; facedness must go. With the studer.ts doing their own law making and l Rr NTS the TOWN
:4! having the enforcement of these law.; in their hands, we can gradually build *
up such a spirit that there will be no desire to do other than the right thing. B. LILIENBLTJM
a Student government fasten "campus spirit" as rothing else can. It win! Clearwater Fla
t'i.< lessen the need of faculty discipline to a negligible thing, and when the need ,
of discipline does arise, as it will from time to time, the students will havean ... -
j i organization ready and competent to meet this need. It will create a
"campus spirit" that will make life more pleasant and each
man more efficient -
now and memories fonder in the future. It will create out of thopresent o3 Cleveland Street $ SEf
factions and partisanships a splendidly co-ordinated 47tf
whole, whose Ground Floor Phone
aim will be to make a better State College not only for ourselves ,but for all i ii i
S : !I I who come here in the fuutre.-Ex. .. y;
I'. ''t. =--- .!>!"' d II !Ii

( 1 8l"I'l: ,.. Lyric Theatre I Iir:

; :::1; ; PIPES

s. DROP IN Sat--Special Feature and Rolins

Comedy !fi

j r OTTO F. STOCK :\Ion.-Wanda Hawley, "Food We have; just received a large assortment of new Pipesss 1 -

for Scandal" .
9! s
f Tailor Tues. -All Star Cast, "Marooned: !Ii Ask to see the ABSORBO and also the new
i !x
Wed.-Rex Beach's "North
Alteration Cleaning I
i J Pressing Wind Malice"
354 A
f Phone Gainesville F a. |Thur.-Goldwyn Features "Its a !x

ff f : | Great Life"

L \.. --I I i, Fri.* -Open Date for Big Special !:
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3 ft* Rolfs was named from among the of the teachers in the Gainesville iarizing themselves with the-work of MOVIE AD: -

:;] H WHO'S WHO AT U. OF F. Deana of all the agricultural collegesof school are putting on Health Crusade tho school, and co-operating with the I I I
; the country as one of six of the playlets, and teaching health songs teacher so that the lessons taught At this theatre, Mon.-Tues.' i.'V'ed.the .
3 B PETER HENRY: ROLFS delegates.The and hymns; these add much enthus- may be applied to the every-day life sensationtl thriller "He
3 1 +; University of Florida and the iasm to the work, and enlist the interest of the child in the home. first false tooth." See the grea ,':
I H (By Roy B. Hoskins). + citizens of the State of Florida are of who do not care for PRESS REPORTER. bridge scene. Featuring Rosie Gum
3 H proud of the Agricultural College and routine duties.many In most instancesyou :and: Phil Cavite. Released by Famous ,as
3 (Continued from Page One). Experiment Station. It is to these will be agreeably surprised to INDEPENDENCE. Feature Fillum Corpcra on.
i 3 &, who is at the head of the ors two institutions that Florida is look- find that the teacher is far better -Selected.ALARMS. .
: and who is responsible for ing for in
i foliation guidance coming
a develop-
posted on matters of health and sani- To catch Dame Rortune's golden smile
3 1 accomplishments or failures. ment that is going to be phenomenaleven tation relating to school children than Assiduous wait upon her, .
J last a few words about Mr. Rolfs in this country of wonderful overnight
you supposed. But she needs help And gather gear by every wile -
born in LeClaire
self. He was growth. The work that Mr.
and community support in order to That's justified by honour. My alarm has a lusty ring, whilehe
ti i jjra, in 1865, and was granted the Rolfs has done for Florida through
of Science from the put these modern ideas into practice. Not for to hide it in a hedge, one in the next room is shrill.
j 1 of Master his connection with these organiza-
free College in 1891. Have you ever heard of the tooth Not for a trained attendant* jump when I hear mine ring. When
Agricultural tions is of value
lira greatest to the State.
that time he has held several brush drill? In many of the schools o';But for the glorious privilege Jie other rings I just lay still. M!
i bee botanist horticulturist throughout the country teachers now Of, being independent. I ilarm is intermittent. The one ors
i itions as I
j a bacteriologist. :Most of these poions COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH WORK instruct their classes just how the -Robert Burns. .he floor above is steady. Mine ring
i have been with agricultural teeth should be brushed. But what md hesitates politely, to see if I are: .
i or in connection with the During the school days of this week I good is such instructions if the parents Sophomore: These girls all smite eady. There is also an alarm across
i i eges eral government. the primary children in Rochelle, i do not make sure that it is regu- at you when you speak to them don't street that sounds low and buzzing.

! Mr. Rolfs is the author of two imtant Gainesville and High Springs were larly carried out in the home? Has they tFresh There is one next door that fairly
i books that find wide use both examined by Miss Katherine Murphy. your youngster a toothbrush and a I : Well, I don't know. 1 I r shrieks just when one is dozing. My
can't tell whether they are smiling alarm is by far the most polite, but ;
; field and text books: "Vegetable Some of the defects found are quite supply of tooth powder or pasteDo I
i wing in the South for Northern startling-for instance, a child of 12 you make sure- that he cleans hu J I me or laughing at me. I neverteheless it is queer. I do not '

1 t rkets," and "Subtropical Vegetable practically ,blind in one eye, but has teeth thoroughly before going to bed mind when others ring. It is mine -
i 'ening! ," published by MacMillian: never visited an oculist or in any way and starting to school? ON THE BILLBOARD hat I dread to hear.-Daily Kansan.
i 1916. It is of particular interest tried to save the sight of the eye. You can tell that the health teach- Hunter-"Dyer, do you know dey
i ,note that the second work, "Sub- The Health Crusaders seem to be ing is effective by observing to what I II Lamed a theatre after you?" Nip-What's the difference bt
Vegetable Gardening," has doing some effective work; drinking extent it changes the child's habits for Dyer-"No, what, the Grand?" .ween a dance and a dawnce.
i I I Hunter-"No, the Airdome." Tuck-About four bucks. Miahi
i n sold extensively through various cups and tooth-brushes are on the the beter; but the change can only '. -
i rts of South America. increase, as are also clean teeth. Some :I be made permanent by parents famil- -Monmouth Oracle. ?an Gargoyle.

! To refer again to the bulletins isted -
i | by the Experiment Station, the """ I................ ..............

I liter of this article has before him t For Good Eats and Eirst Class Service come to the "! 'w.
. lust of bulletins all of which haven j I t e eI '
written by Mr.: Rolfs himself. 1
| close estimate the mere enumera'n I t j i
of these would fill over a column e
insider that these bulletins will I e! One Door North A. C. L. Depot I r

erage about 40 pages each, that.I I -_... %keatft
---------- j
ich. one is a highly technical piecework 4
az: ,
: "
"-' I ., I
A along lines often divergent, -
pit the work is done on scientific
tees and has to be'read and checked While In Jacksonville

several times before it can be publish- ... A Good Place to Eat
.d ,and finally that the actual results GO TO 1. I'
t 6 published indicate only a small

rtion of the vast amount of work ................p...............,
t ecomplished to arrive at the definite .' Iij ,
cI: : I k_...c..aa, :- I .J .i 1
inclusions stated, and you will have
|{me idea what these bulletins repre- Alachua Restaurant and Lunch Roum
{ent. To name a few of the subjects (ffeIjenroIIjenONE
!=citrus Fruit, (all phases), insects! 'I'The. FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMENHalf

lad insecticides, pineapples, live
---- ----
:k raising, truck farming, sugar 4 J. 1 :- HUNDRED DEPARTMENTSEyes I a Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot
e cultivation, etc., etc. .
The Cyclopedia of American Hor- nhoe 507 Gaine ville.Florida

- ulture is an accepted authority in Tested Glasses Fitted _00:.. p.: j r'c

I' time and Mr. honoredthe ..,.
Rolfs was .---'"' -1 Jj -" J =-v L .;'i-:: f.". ".. "'. iIJIARABLE
the editors of this 'publication byBing We Do Our Own Lens Grinding-
asked to submit the. articles on

eggplant, okra, onion, pineapples and No DelayC.H.Coles
Plorida, all of which were accepted.
IAn attempt to mention in detaile I IS THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER
various societies and organiza- [ & Son. M I FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDAStvles
lions with which Mr. Rolfs is associ-

d would be a difficult task, but injustice
to him it will be necessary to Gainesville Florida.
enumerate a few: American Association I Jewelersand Opticians ';; r.- T"""': :: \ -.: ..."- '':; ..JI

for Advancement of Science; I

Society of America; Florida
Mate Horticultural Society (executive
committee); International Association I
pf Botanists; American Association "
for Promotion of Agricultural Science ; .. ".
; The greatest step toward establishing
Association for the Promotion of Hor- _
taken in
that has been
i cultural Science American Pomol- : 't pre-war prices
; \ Florida was Furchgott's Announcement of
II cal Society; Chairman Council of
ational Defense for Florida 1917- ." :

; Charter member Phi Kappa Pi, MichaelSternSuitsClothes
onorary Fraternity, U. of F.; Rojiry -
1 Club; St. Louis Academy of of

Science; Iowa Academy of Science, for 3 6 5 0 Superb
1i :and others. College = Tailoring

11 During the last ten years Mr. Rolfs Men .
0 s been doing much executive work. Now We Announce per cent Off on

1i salts of this kind show up in organization -
i }' and are more difficult ton J. B. STETSON: HATJ ,

e, but the work has been a great
" help! to the State. For Instance, a< Stetson ...". 5<> J.B.$12.00 Stetson, Hats 4ip: 9- 00 --

I [Director of Extension work, Mr. Rolfs $10.00 Hats 4 *
responsible for the and '
appointing "IK* Store Accomm dating
supervision of the work of about 100

jf the home demonstration, county -
I" and negro agents. Frequently he is
sailed into consultation by private inn ,-;,; ;. ..

Jierests and by the government on : "ilt It\C! _""r\\ of Jacksonville,* .
matters of special interest. These We Fill Orders by ,MailI .
ealle often come from out )of the The Store for Men
I tatae. Only last month Secretary of '.", '
Agriculture Meredith wished to have t
a conference on prices of farm pro- t

;" 4uets in the United States: and Mr. .', -'. .. ".' if-'.t->..'..'..0<.0....< j.V'. .


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CAFETERIA I GaineS\'llle i is to have a regular s
And it is to
bona fide tourist camp!
be a camp that will reflect credit on c
I' 1 $6.00 Ticket for $4.50 m the town not ;or its convenience and, 'GAINESVILLE'S FOREMOST
f alone, but more from
I' COME TRY OUR FAMOU EALBlanche tftthe fact that it is to be built by the
citizens of this town volunteering
i Call for their services, that the people jour- Good
: neying about the country may have a Everything That a
I place in which to spend the night

t tI I here.Tourists from the north, from the

ii- east, and from the west are coming .NNZ .......
I I .iJ into our town daily and at present
JOHNSON'S PHARMACY t hey have no protection whatever from 1
t Drugs, Medicines\ Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods the cold air or the damp ground. Z
We Guarantee Personal Attention to Prescriptions. t Through the courtesy of Mr. fiayes a Baile I Y '
ft Only Purest Drugs Used Low Prices. Quality GuaranteedGainesville t considerable space has oeen granted i
I t Florida.DORAN'S them in which to pitch their tents? ,
1 1i ; I I but this is not enough. We of this T7gTsrCpFC,
I t ------------------- town should give them the best to +
,t 1 r:#. be had and we should all have a hand s Suits $ .
I in the giving. ::
The camp site, as planned is to be -\
l t built entirely I by: volunteers. It is to I.
BICYCLE SHOP be a work of generosity and favor; '.
,C East Main Street a work which will give evidence of the .edeN6.NON..... N
FOR BICYCLES ACCESSORIES and REPAIRS thoughtfulness of the citizens of
.. I Gainesville and of their desire to
j make life more pleasant for their

...............................4 fellowman.Surely I no one wants to be left be- \ SPEEDIE'S
I hind at the finish.A I It
I L :AMERIEAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY committee composed of R. ". 1 Headquarters
: : Brush J1. F. Burnett M. 1!. Fairish

.4.. : AND SHINE PARLOR : and J. F. Morgan, is taking the University
.; names of all those who desire to contribute Meet them there for Soft
:, their time and knowledge to }
: : Geo. Tampas and Louis EHades Proprietors ..) the building of this site. Let's all join Candies, Stationery and
> 115 Wet Main Street North-:Pfcoie 139. in and make this the biggest thing
:4. J. V. lilume. Agent; Room 31 Hurkman that Gainesville has ever put across. .--- Z
Gainesville The following persons have already
;t Florida :
'; handed in their names: Watch the r 4 } f -
't ........................)i list grow White and see Wash that} yours Gang.is in it! There's a Lot of Fu"t
f j'.
,. ----- Dr. A. A. Murphree.t ,
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i We Have all
Ff .. L. Eaton.D. Popu
.! t Rabinovitz. .50, .75, and

:r J I G. B. Tyson.
THE MEN'S STORE Fence Builders. I L. C.
; t W. R. Thomas.G.
"I Mf 't. W. Welch.S. 0
:!f: f W. M. JOHNSON + + Clearwater Fla. t O. Weaver. ;. ;-
: i I I I Carpenter
I R. F. Brush.
'i I When Back Home Boys, Come in and See I I Pat Perry.W. You Can Lead a

Our Up-to-Date Stock of Gents Furnishings |t H. Hayes. You Cannot
t tt Jas. H. Parrish.T. .
i t .
Y. McCarty. Don't let this suit
a t Tree Trimmers
.'i i 1 ----------------- --_ J. F. Morgan. you about float on your
: I tili. G. F. Allan.
j sink in
Billy Cannon.H. your until you
11 : I f THOMPSON'S ELECTRICAL COMPANY I Ii | B. Carter. is believing. Absent

i 1 1 It J. MacD. > I Common J. F. Burnett Laborers Cleaning Grounds of these an001 Kisc i
l ( Thompson Vice-ln? ident and Secretary It Itl ItI] .
Electrical Supplies-Fixtures, Wholesale and Retail I Lee Graham. either single or double br_ :
f : I 102-104: West Lafayette Street Tampa. Florida j I M. M. Parrish.W. .
.t";: : ------------- -- L. Denham.W ..;
i > I W. Hampton, Jr.
I.. ;:1": r.Y.-rI W. M. Pepper.Plumbers.' .The

I. C. V. SimpsonJoe

!; 1 i. J: ELI WITT CIGAR CO. J.Kerr.A. Harvey.. L ::::!! -0.....

N Grading Streets' = ..,
I; I I .H: :: CIGARS t George Cairns. V "
Lonnie Haymans.
i f I! .r "That's :My Business" i Hod Carrier.

I : F Tampa Fonda J. C. Adkins.
I II l I I f Water BoYs and "Handy 'Andys"
; j :! J Tampa: Nugget Hav'a Tampa J. E. Waugh and his Boy Scouts
t J.., -Dsily News I Basement
:I' "" .'= _Ii_ 5- 5- I NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY" ,
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Tobacco is a nasty weed.- Everything Fcr
t j l I" t I like it! i
(tt --- ... .
tI I satisfies no earthly need- :7' -""' "
ii ii&a { ce/ a//Z s':,f! It!makes Like itt you slim it makes you .i

I I mean;
,M i J f fI { n The Smile Follows the Spoon It takes the hair right off yon bean DICK f
I I It's
: J the worst darned
staff l.Te
; I seen- eTe r Modes of the
H 5oo Prar.Vlin Street
I Like it! -
: 4 Hals--Clothing-
>4i i 4t t l --Uni Te +, Rninr.

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DOUBT IT!" it:
At this theatre, Mon.-Tues.Wed. .- Heres to the State If a dear little hand were within

.,-the sensationtl thriller "He- Who wins the games; thine own. -

first false tooth." See the grea Your team is great With wonderful softness about it,

bridge scene. Featuring Rosie Gum' And full of fame. Would you resist the temptation of
and Phil Cavite. Released by Famous giving it a squeeze? WHEN you buy a pipe bearing the 1q

Feature Fillum Corpcration. You have a chanceTo Oh! Maybe you would, but I doubt it' C trade-mark, you have the n

-Selected. show jour pep; satisfaction of knowing that your money

four College to advance If a dear little hand rests on your could not have bought a better pipe. The '

ALARMS.My And increase your lep. shoulder. W D C is strictly American made. You can .:
t:._. With wonderful imps about it,
of sizes and
multitude styles
choose a ,
among I
alarm has a lusty ring, while So the fetters
tighten Would > m take out your watch an:<
at the best shops-$6 down to 75 cents. rti ,
the one in the next room is shrill.I Keep up your pace; say: "':: must go?" :
jump when I hear mine ring. When For strong competitors I Oh! Mas be you would, but I doubt i if w'
\VJ\LDEMtmi &CO..New York
the other rings I just lay still. Mj You've got to face. i 1
T orW Largest,Pipe Manufacturer
alarm is intermittent. The one 01 If two little red lips upturned. t

the floor above is steady. Mine ring: Back your team your own, _
and hesitates politely, to see if I air Stick man to man, With wonde .'ul at ::: :. '.!1 TUK -- ,
ready. There is also an alarm across May ;you be seen j \Vbukl yo:: pray for cn'I.I c a i
f fH
street that sounds low and buzzing Lending a helping hand ,I leave them? ;
There is one next door that fairly' Oh! Maybe you W;):U '. .: ,
shrieks just when one is dozing. My Our goal is near
+ 't Look at the Dues of tM OM. TVey
alarm is by far the most polite, but Don't let it slip; f a neat little waist w-re '-;:::',i now a delight to the ere from tie rich
French Briar bowl.ttrooeb .
brown genuine
neverteheless it is queer. I do not Fight without fear, reach of :your arms tae sterling cbe n of the riot ttke .
mind when others ring. It is mine Win the championship! With wonderful plur pne s about it. Jet tluk lustre ot tbe wlcuue btt. 1

that I dread to hear.-Daily Kansan.A Could you resist the te. ptation t) 4
THE EASY LIFE. give it a squeeze? '
BARBER'S COLLEGE WAR CRY "You college men seem to take life i Dh; :Maybe you could but I doubt it! v

pretty easy." ::nnn:1_"' :n:1nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn:: ;:
Cut his lip "Yes, even when we graduate we 1 ( '

Gash Leave hi his$< jaw face do it by degrees.-Boston Trans- J. SBOD IF 0 R D > f5 i it

RAW! RAW! RAW! University studc_its, by patronizing C

-Orange and Blue, AuburnOf A TERRIBLE CASE. & COMPANY the White Houce Dining Room, may 'f+ ht:

ifiSfi enjoy the satis :Action of knowing J is

all the questions a woman ask!;, "Let me die. I cannot afford tr : DRUGGISTS $ they have the first: service and most f :
the hardest to answers: "Did I ever live." -- :
delicious food 0the market. ,,
lie to you?" If you say "yes," she "Why?" J. W. McCOLLUM: & CO. irC
Table d'Hote r- als, $1.00. Parties .. E'
asks when DRUGGISTSThe !fi
and then denies the instance "Well, my time is worth $5 an hourso :
when you tell her. If Recall Store and Banquets L.7 special arrange- t i
you that it costs me $40 every night in
"No she Agents for ment. For tab: .: reservations Phone [,
say wants to know why o get eight hours' sleep.That is $11- !: C: .
you can't believe her this time. Liggetts and Norris' Candies No. 295.
000 a year for sleep alone. I can't Hiffi :
Gainesville Florida
Judge. do that on an income of $5,000.-Ex.

-. -. -.. ... -.----------- ffiW The White H :use Dining oom IGainesville I:
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For Students and Others [.

,I SPORTING GOODS I j Shaves 20c. Haircuts 35c. !!ifiiri .. rs'C':

0 West Side Square- Gainesville ULUUU I t-----: LYYY; ;! !: Y1 !liYiY1! Y1fiY1! !fifififififiYififi! ! -----., .

t Foot Ball BaseBall Lawn Tennis (t YOU NEVER CAN TELL. 1 ON THE BILLBOARD

.; t t t > Hardware r of all Kinds. |t ELEC The moon was shining brightly, Hunter-"Dyer, do you know dc:

I GAINESVillE The stars were twinkling too, tamed a theatre after you?"

, t THE THOMAS COMPANY ] He touched her hand quite lightly, Dyer-"No, what, the Grand?"
t To see what she would do. Hunter-"No, the Airdome."
t Phone 22 t| Id SUPPLYCf -Monmouth Oracle.INDEPENDENCE. .

I t t She stop did ,"not move(, but said: "Now .

t - .rw swwwwwewwas- I, And downward cast her eyes;
lines, To catch Dame Rortune's golden sm: .
N read between
--wwsrt But he could
I ; And forthwith thought his wise. Assiduous wait upon her,
And gather gear by every wile
t I That justified by honour.

! t AUTO SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES !II I LAMP SH'DES Next Assuring he gently of pressed devotion her; band Not Not for for to hide trained it in attendant a hedge,
The other arm about her waist, ;
I't I' I When you need anything electrical Insuring 'gainst lost motion. But for the glorious privilegeOf

I GOODYEAR and AJAX I I ), drop in and see us. being independent.-Robert Bar

1 t TIRES AND TUBESSAVESERVESATISFY 512 East :Main Street Telephone 122 Resisting not, she closer drew, s
! And upward turned her face;

.. I I I Roses are red, He held his breath, .his heart turned Tobacco is a nasty I LIKE weed IT.-
I Gainesville Auto Supply Company I It I Violets are blue, over, I like it!
:Maybe she loves me, Pounding as in a race. I ft satisfies no earthly need-

t So am I. Technique t I Like it!
Oh, Bliss concentrated, divine,
j It makes you slim, it makes v I
I -N !
.wsww--.wwOlga ANSWERED. She smiled with an aim to entrance;
........................ ..+... But lo! her teeth she's left behind, It takes; the hair right off your be
Nip-'Vhal's the difference between And thus ended a bright romance.
It's the worst darned stuff I've c .
a dance and a dawnce. -M. H. I seen-
Tuck-About four bucks.-Michigan I Like it!
| GREENLE & CROSBY COMPANY |. Gargoyle. t I Mr. Cottle (getting enthusiastic as I -University Revi

j j well as eloquent) Before I'd do it,
"Noted for Quality" .
"' I'd starve.
She-"Have you ever kissed a girl? Sophomore: These girls all sri 0
He-"Are you gathering statistics or Freshman: Why should you starve? at you when speak to them dt
Diamonds Fine you
Jewelry, China Cut Glass i
is that an invitation?" You .don't eat in the mess haIL they'1Fresh

i : Well, 1 don't know
104 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla. : Have she came? Boarder-"I" never eat anything but can't tell whether they are smilingme

Selection Packages Sent on Request %Am she went? white meat. r I or laughing at me.
Landlady-"Glad to hear it, sir, for J I II
Class Pine, Kings, Medals, Trophies. Have she left I all alone? '
: Me cannot go to she never buy anything but double- I Angry Diner:-'Waiter, you t
Her must come to I breasted and Unless turkeys and I not fit to serve a pig!"

...................+. .+...... It cannot was! chickens for TV! table.-Ex. j Waiter-"I'm doing my best, sir .

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By "Buddie. The Ag. men held a very interesting !

meeting last Monday night, at Here they are, some curious classi-
Many people will probably be surprised which officers for the next two months fied ads collected by Blanche Sweet

when they hear tie_story, but were _elected. The regular programwas the movie star:
we think the "swings" have so rigidly omitted in order to give ample Help Wanted: iiale-An honest

lived up ,to, the maxim. "Silence i.* time to the business on hand. The lawyer to prosecute a crooked one. !
Golden and have so long kept quiet ofScers who were elected to serve the Help Wanted: Male-Bartender capable -

; about the affairs of the folks wh Ag. Club were: of mixing mince pies. x HENRY GDJDENS CLOTHING CO

:. I have both used and abused us, and President". G. Wells. Help Wanted: Male-Cook with y; .
: have so poorly repaid u*, not even giving Vice-President-C. H. Nichols. some Scotch in him preferred. !:fiI

I us so much as an occasional coat Sec.-Treas-P.. F. Chatham. Help Wanted: Male-A gentlemanwho ifiyj
::1 of paint, that I think that it is time Critic-H. C. Bratley. has lost his right leg wants k I
that we were telling a few things that Reporter-Alec White. meet one who has lost his left leg; Solicits the business of College men, guaranteeing

we have seen and heard.I ALEC WHITE. Reporter. object, the purchase of shoes, size 6. g correct styles, high grade quality and workmanship
am not speaking for the children's Help Wanted: Male-Man to look
; awing, which hangs from the big oak KINDS OF RATS. after garden milk a cow with a good :=-

on the lawn for ita career is a harmless voice, accustomed to sing in the choir. I KNOX HATS STETSON HATS
J 1 and Innocent one. The events of Black rats. Wanted: Salesgirls; no flirts need ,
its life take place in the broad open White rata : i apply; we will teach you. xHANAN SHOES
clay.pitht. Gray rataGREEN For Sale-Second-hand bicycle bya ,
I shall confine this particular story RATS. lady with bent handle bars. I ROGER PEET KUPPENHEIMER
to my own experience. Now my young Lost: An umbrella by a gentlemanwith ,
: friends, "Be Sure Your Sins Will Love is sweet bent ribs. | .
.,.._ ..Find: You Out," for you can never tell But. oh, how bitterTo For Rent: A house of 8 rooms and
from what source may words of wU love a girl two baths on trolley tracks. !ifW! ;

.. dom, flow. I, as you will see, am, i Whose face don't fit her! Lost: Valuable walking stick by. :
"front porch swing." My most devoted eentleiran with an ivory head. I ttHENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO. ,
friends are those rather shy gentle remonstrances, for I continueto For Sale: A bulldog; will eat any ,
.. sweet young couples who come arouna be loaded! heavier at one end thanat thing; very fond of children. !!wjjj I II
after supper and sit in me and let ; the other. and often they pit so Room Wanted: By gentleman, in- Giddens Building The Clothing I C Ctfl
:. tha capricious little "Dan Cupid" hang around and tickle their suscep- !have O! ly one occupant. but at the ?ould occasionallv cook himself.It !ffi Tampa, Florida rZ
tible little hearts with feathers ot i same time I can hear two voices cooing I !!:ff;\

4 r Love. These people are usually very i; to each other with an occasional is reported that while eatingcorn t

", sweet to each other. I often have vsculatory explosion and the naughty on the cob the other day, that I !
: hem stay with me until after the 1 little God says. "Do it ara'n: George Stanley forgot to slow down !inffiffiifififififiifiifiifififiifiifiifiifififiiffifiX \ t
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chickens crow for midnight, and they Once in while
a one end of me for the turn and bit the end of his
., don't even make enough noise eta I break* and falls to the door as a result finder off.
wake up a sleeping kitten, much less of the load being shifted too much EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL See i
pa and ma, for they talk to each other toward one. end; or Lore is a feeling that you feel when Drug Comp 3VI
in softest tones and For Drugs, Stationery, Toil t
: : only whispersand 'sjqj! dn{! op i saiupa 10* von feel you are going to feel a feeling ). J UL). J. SEYKORA
often they sit in me swinging to Talk about "Rough on Rats or that you never felt before.-Peb Articles, Candies
I and fro, watching the stars or moon Bather ROUGH ON SWINGS,' but bles. Phone 107 Gainesville, Florida Souvenir Cards, Waterman i
i or listening to the weet notes of the :/ou just watch an old widower howhell r

t whippoorwill (each note of which grab an old maid (or something I
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a quickening to sweet similar it doesn't make any di fore -
... i wipluse) with only an occasional 'ice .,to him) and shove her into mo Alphabet Schroder: "I tell you I'ma Popular
j : "Now Charlie, please don't," or and flop dcwn beside her. "Wee" cu- fast guy-the fastest on record. Goods at Popular Prices 0s

1 1 + get further, Charlie, but strange to I pid just lays down his feathers, and Why, once out-run a bullet for four atBURKHIM'S

i say, Charlie never seems to hear these bow and arrow and goes; after their miles "and came out without a t
I hearts with a broad-axe, and they t
j slap off courtship at 60 miles an hour Another Big Liar: "Bah, man, you
ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR are not in it when it .
in board comes to speed i
open daylight. whenI ;
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long with them, for they soon get The Tiger. DO BUSINESS

i1 SHINE PARLOR iherc Now as for the bachelor, he d02 n't "What's the matter, Edwin, toothache I THE FLORIDA NATIONAL WITH BANK"The
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:Oiher ire so much.He has the sam* ?

CHESNUT'SSHOE "nipiUrs as the widower, but he 1i'i i.ro 'Naw Preacher Thomas here for New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2,000,01

I good he just can't make it, tbat'a dirner, an' only one chicken!"

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A college rodent and his: maid, ifiifi;
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