The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 11, 1921
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
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.N'orton and Picket Represented' the ---- -- TEAMIS PRACTICING DAILY

John ,Marchall Debating Society, fAG Mound Artists and Six Receivers -
While Leisher and Yarnoff Appeared TENNIS MATCHES VERY GOOD Are on the Philadelphia
for the Engineers CLUB TENDERS Squad This Year With Many
I Promising "Rookies."


University Debating RepresentativesWill to Determine Championship of AJ;'., Club and Faculty
B of the University Will beHeld (By' F. 0. Spain, Jr.) Zack Wheat Veteran Ball
Leave Next Friday to Moet :Men Come Together to'Pay Ile u- ,_ Player,
Teams From Other Southern Col- on Courts in a Short While. The 1921 baseball squad of the age to the New Dean of the College Has Not Arrived Yet-Is in Kan-

)leges. University of Florida is fast round. ofv Agriculture. sas Holding Out for Better Terms .
WILL BE BETWEEN CLASSES ing to shape, and when the season This Year.

The Lawyers defeated the Engineers CHOSEN TEAM FROM: EACH opens on March 21, the University RATS, SOPIIO 10UES, JUNIORS
s in their debate for the intersociety will have one of the most formidable AND SENIORS MAKE SPEECHES "Wild Bill" Donovan's clan of old-
title for the year last Wednesday These Matches Will be Under the teams in its history. The squad has timers arid recruits had their first ..
night when they met in the auditorium Direction of the Minor Sports Department been practicing for the last three Great Deal of Wit and Humor Displayed work-out of the season yesterday on
of Peabody Hall. The repre- of the University.The weeks under the able coaching of When Students Are Called the baseball diamond at the University -

sentatives of the John :Marshall De- Lance Richbour. and Prof. Beck "Upon toIake: Speeches at the of Florida. It marked the actual
bating society, the Lawyers literary Minor Sports Committee is Richbourg is an old 'Gator star who Banquet.The beginning! of the Phillies' race for

!:Ii society, were 0. H. Norton and W. planning to have one of the largest went to the big leagues in 1919! and the National ,League pennant. In
C Pickett. The Benton Engineeringsociety and bqfet tennis inter-class tournaments thougH ineligible to play, he returns White House Hotel was the the morning, at 10 o'clock, the clan
was represented by W. J. that has yet been held on the every winter to pursue his course of scene of one of the most auspicious appeared on the field, and for nearlyan
Yarnoff and D. L. Leisher.The campus of the University. Not only study at the University. Last year (occasions of the College year list hour wire busy loosening up the
Hi' question under discussion was, will the courts be redressed, but all he made the highest batting average. Tuesday evening when the Agf"ies winter's kinks and stiff muscles. A

"Resolved: "That it would be beneficial of the necessary equipment will be pounding out the apple, at a clip of and their Professors met to do homage jogg around the quarter mile track
to the welfare of the United furnished, and it is the intention to .415. He is \'le of McGraw's clan to their new dean, Wilmon and into the showers ended the first
make the evene the greatest in the and will repo' f'r duty with the Newell.; workout. After dinner the men
States to restrict immigration from
any foreign country so that the number calendar year 'of U. of F. tennis. Giants later in 'he sprirlg. He has< A certain Junior was told to raise warmed up again on the diamond for '
of immigrants from that country Everyone is awaiting the outcomeof been whipping the new material into 'Iwo plunks, to prepare a speech and a short while and went into the gymnasium -
the first matches in which the -- I shape and working out the kinks in be in attendance at the appointed where' each man had a rub
In any one year shall not exceed the
number of immigrants from that I lors play the Sophomores. while the I I the old players who have returned hour. A Sophomore was lured out of ':own from the trainer. Work in

country who became citizens of the Freshmen meet the Juniors. None this year. i f[his room and held up for the same irnest will start in a day or so, a
United States during the previous can forecast the outcome and each Among the letter men who hav 'vvo ,pluiiks, meanwhile leinskn: w'en all danger_ of sore arms and
provided that the total numberof team is confidently expectant of vic- returned this year, Bill Ward, cap- 't-:'red with a like honor, that of mak- "( arlie horses" is passed, and JackF
year tain and catcher, is showing up in "g a speech. The chosen victim from ; st's grip on stiff muscles is broken -
immigrants not restricted below tory.The
winners in these matches may midseason form and has his wonderful Me; Freshman cla's underwent all *>y Florida's balmy weather. Then

100,000 per sides year"Both probably be the best hopes of the peg working perfectly; Hartmanand sorts of compulsion, (so we surmira), baling eyes will be whetted and
ably represented
but were i University in a future Florida intercollegiate Lidden the two mound artists, B"t who would dare to refuse? The bas cavorting will be quite the
the judges finally rendered their
I tournament. But with the are in fine shape and give promise of Seniors of the Ag. College were up vog a. the veterans will slip back
decision in favor of the negative
I sup- amount and quality of the material even better work this season than' to something and their motto is :he into old harness, arid the youngsterswill
ported by Norton end Pickett.
that is now showing up on the courts, last; Roach, star infielder is at famous "Treat 'em rough tell 'em begin the fight for recognitionand
Interest in! inter-society debatingis
M the University can assuredly placeIts present suffering from a broken fin- nothb\g"\ phrase. So, that Tuesday : place on the team. i
becoming keener every day, as the but he is back in th" Mager Donovan has brought
entire confidence in their repre- ger, expected night all were present or accountedfor ;
time for the finals draws The
nearer. sentatives. lineup in a couple of weeks; Blake except Lieut. Mahony. (Look at with 1 :m a mighty staff of mound
Agricultural: College has received a Comment has been made tim and who played second last year, and i the bulletin board and note the de- artists aid backstops. His receivers
I decision over the Teachers' College ina time again by both student body aril Gray, the third sacker, have been meri's' against him for this offense number six, while 15. men are en-
discussion of the SmithTownerBill members of the faculty about the la 'k shifted to the outfield, while Bill Soine couldn't resist the lure of the dfavoring to climb the mound and

of the necessary number of tennis Madison, the old reliable left gard-I mess hall, so ate a bite fir supper, stick a permanent cleat in the slab.
It is still undecided whether the courts. Let's get behind the Stae ener has been brought in to short anj some spent the supper hour powdering Among those who will don the
Farr Literary Society, the winner of is showing there like mask and other accoutrements and
Legislature, with our letters hone, up a veteran. their nose, and some even ate >
the debating cup for the last two ana push so hard that the appropriation :: Boswell and Coxe, old pitchers, are I light at dinner in view of the coming be on the hot end of the battery are:
years, will debate the Lawyers or the ineligible, .having joined the rants .Winthrow old timer, who
committee will furnish the necessary I event. So as the orders read, the an was
Ags., but the probability is that it funds. -There is more than of the professionals since the closeof cho n few were present at 7:30, impafieitly with the Philies last year; Peters, a _
will be the former and in this case enough room on the campus to place last season. Dixon and Hubbard, \ miffing the air for odorsof new man acquired from Birmingham
the debate will be a matter of having twirlers Bange receiver and Dut- in the Southern league Bruggy who
the new courts and it is a'safe bet ; ; the coming repast. The party consisted ; -
three men on each side. they will always be occupied. ton, third sacker cannot play this ye *" of the members of the Senior hails from Buffalo; and Mack Wheat,
As announced at present the Law The entries up to date for the sep- on account of the S. I. A. A. rule, but class of the Ag. College, the faculty a brother of the famous Zach Wheat.
team will remain! the same with the arate teams are as follows: they will be eligible next season. arid the under-class representatives Wheat has not arrived yet. He is .
addition of F. O. Spam, Jr., as alter- Fr.eshman-Horne, Robbins Pome- Among the r nate. The Fair Literary Society trio roy. and Mahannah are waging a mighty Newell.Professor terms.

has not yet been announced. Sophomores.. -Cohen, H. Fuller, L. battle for the position at the ht Willoughby was the The twirlers who have arrived so
Fuller. corner; Carleton of football fan c, fo&stmaster of the occasion. Like far are: Meadows, Hubbell, Ring, (acquired -
AG. CLUB.. Juniors-Klock, Duckworth, Car- and Huie are displaying exception the rest of us, though he believe; in from Cincinnati, Geo. Smith,
penter. ability at first. Heriderson and Sheppard bi'siness before pleasure, so it was Betts, Causey Enzman, Keenan,
Ralph Stoutamire, president of the Seniors-Knight, Williams, McKey. are holding down second in th !not' till about the dessert or pickle Weinert, Morgan, David, Crandall,
Alumni Association of the Universityof absence of Roach, the veteran, whh'I: I 'urge that he rose to his feet and Timm, Singleton and B umgarten.
Florida, gave a talk at the meet- The President of the University I I Sale and C. R. Miller are contestinr commenced a flow of language that This is quite a goodly array of pitch-
ing of the Agricultural Club Monday_ has apointed a committee oil Military with Madison for the' coveted pine e-'h succeecHng speaker strove to ing material and Wild Bill certainly
night on the 1921-23 Budget. This Affairs from the general faculty. at short. Wells, Hitchcock and Rar: irritate. (Hard to excell Prof. Wfl- ought to be able to choose a formid-

budget will soon be considered by the The committee consists of Prof. P. have been showing up wel lamong: th" l utrhby though, in his special field). able staff.
Legislature S. Reed, College of, Engineering, I numerous outfielders. In Jim Wallace Not to deviate from his class-room Paulet, who holds down the cor-
He sketched briefly the agricultural Chairman; Dr. O. L. Shealey, College the :Gators have a right han: nractices, the toastmaster called on ner at."first, has not arrived yet but
development from the colonial period of Agriculture; Dr. Joseph Roe- twirler who has made an envious those present in alphabetical order. he is expected in at any time. Rawl-
down to the present time. Agricul- mer, Teacher's College; Prof. A. P. record as a pitcher, and it is expectedthat Park Anderson', he with the mis- ings. the baseman, has reported -
tural education and investigation Black, Assistant Professof, of Chem-, he will twirl a number of games placed eyebrow, led off, the Sophomore for duty; and Fletcher, last
begun about '1862, when the first istry. this season., E. M. Miller, Waldron representatives, Burt Anvw year's short stop, and field captain,
Morrell act was passed. Since that and Huff have great possibilities and came second, Homer Bartley, AST. is on hard and ready for business.

time more and more work has been We are glad so many of the boys with a little experience should provea I Club president came third and on There are three contenders for the 'r
done, which has made necessary gradual turned out to hear Mr. Jessie Jones great asset to the Florida pitching i through the list of eleven Senior: hot corner this year, in J. Miller, R.
increases in funds. last Friday. His talk was most in- staff. Joe White, a sub last year, : (you know thems al1)), and seven Miller and Wrightstone. Parkinson
At the present time the conditionat spiring especially to the Ag. students. will be on i I the receiving end withCaptain I Profs (you know them too), not to another recruit for the infield, has
the University has reached a critiCal Ward. I I omit the Junior representative Lance reported. ,
poThe student enrollment Great things are expected of the Richbourjf and Rat M. Martel of LeBourveau, who was a member of
bas Practically doubled during the cerned. 'Gators this year, and the possible exhibition -'}i! Freshman fame. Then Dean Newell Dorovan's team last year is the past: five years. Every department I He showed how the funds to be appropriated games with the_ Phillies ar:-' gave a splendid talk in appreciationof outer gardener who has ,reported ,so
IS crowded. The buildings and equip- to. the agricultural department looked forward to with much in'teres: the spirit shown by the Senior and far. The- others are expected to ar-
fc nt are very inadequate. The ap- were to be divided and The diamond is in excellent .shap under-classes and their hosptality\in rive at any time. SheltsIine,' business -

propriations' during the past five pointed out the needs of the differ- and has been pronounced one of the tendering this banquet. The Senior manager of the team, is also. ,
rears actually decreased so far as the errt departments.W best the Phillies have ever traine* class made a grave mistake in not here.. "

purchasing power of money is con-I H. MAHONEY Reporter. on. I Continued on page 8 '- Continued on page 8 lt

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(' : (By Tohretaw) DROP J "
r _. .-.The Raging QontrovWiersV. Service
tf.1 Last week we had the privilege of ,
j! attending a meeting of one of our college OTTO F. b
; debating societies. We had been G CENTER-
invited' a week before hand by one Tailor J
of the performers, and lest the time
be forgotten he took occasion every IIt
: time he met us to insert some7 artfully Alteration Cleaning:.
t I casual remark into his conversation Phone 354 Store Should
anent the forthcoming debate. I I. : i
,' What is that odtstanding trait in hur' -A : r

man nature which makes every ont : f
t of us long with a red hot and fervid -- c
r I j d: desire to have our friends in the fiYI !ffi! !fiHi! _! ""'"'{ -- ..

,: audience when we stand up in public l
i ; ; mIfi'
+ + for the purpose of getting something
off our chest. One would think that
I the affection arid friendly feeling University students, I Iy

which we ordinarily display towards ; the White House, !: STORE

I i' f our intimates would operate to pre- enjoy the satisfaction '

i j vent this awful affliction. But no, they have the finest !
!! ; not so you could notice it. If our AND
delicious food on the STATIONERY,
sweatheart was absent the time we
Table d'Hote meals $ FRESHMAN CAPS
i stumbled over the rug, on our way to .
;:! ; front add! center on the stage of the and Banquets by I' .

j i' high school auditorium back home, ment. For table ;
for the purpose of emitting "Give Me No. 295.

Ii: Liberty or Give Me Death," from our :-.. I ; : .s': i' =1

: vocal chords, whose vibrations owingto .... ..
1 --
adolescent changes range from a The White House

j deep basso-profundo on up to the Gainesville's Social II
!. squeak of a peanut whistle-if, as I I

!i say, she be not there no wealth, m I,! SHOP
!; i glory or fame in after life can makeup '
1 I for our disappointment. Till the jraKfiffiHaairara! ! Yr.R !fi! Yi! ! ! !

''I day when we lead a line of carriages \ ; :: REPAIRS
:; to the family vault there will always :fa !.fi!: Ylifi;! ! !f1fi! ! t t I

:i be a fly in the ointment of hearts 1
i : content. By the way, speaking of i DICK
i death, the main, but secret reason ,
I I'I'I I why most of us don't like the idea is Modes of the \ :: i -- ,-- -- .....

because the existencies of the circum._ ,
; I
5o5 Franklin Street
t Rubber Goods
and the traditional of
i h stances usages '
I Hats-Clothing- Prescriptions.
: society will prevent us from delivering t I
1 *Waa Haa2RfiHiHiHi Quality Guaranteed
the funeral address.
d I l The philosophers tell us that man t I
:t is a thinking animal but every day ------- I
I observation seems to teach that he is keeper and bowing thanks us and --- -- ... _-
!!t I really an oratorical animal. From makes his retreat, for which latter The - -
i the howl of the new born babe to the move we also are moved to thanks. I

:t I 1', death rattle of the senile dotard, man The next victim is led to the altarof I was I II It
i I has always got some thing to say. the great god Declamation. This By a :I COMPANY
is hardened criminal. Thisis Who !
s;! ; There are innumerable proverbs from guy a I't!
3 not his first offence. We can tell With I'I
the most ancient sources to prove this
t; I. standpoint, in sacred secular and vulgar -I that by the air of reckless depravityand Anti t
hardened callousness with which For
t dwell in \
; literature. "Better to and Silverware
greets the honorable judge. But
peace on the house top, than in a I
,' he has been up before a judge I Been
palace with a brawling woman
in the We hear Jacksonville, fla.It .
more than once past. He
+I I (Solomon) "Speech is silver, but
{ silence golden" (source unknown) whispering in the row back of us", And It I Request
: '
;. "Talk is cheap. but it takes money "Yes, we saw him here last year. t Trophies.
He must have quite a record. He is He:
Old Western min
i J to buy whiskey" ( t
ing camp saying). so young it is pitiful, but perhapshe kiss ,
should not be blamed entirely. She:
Let's get back to this debate. There .. .
in his forma- - -
he exposed lina
Maybe was
We don't
were four offenders. all: (
tive to the glittering influence?
; count the chairman, because he was years L
pretty decent about it ,and anyhow of school graduations and amateur 1 ) ;cc ccntlc the
when theatricals. Environment has a lot (
1. he held the watch and told them
: : to cut off the air). Between them to do with juvenile delinquencies.I IWhat's shop \
hunks of that? He has a concealed usually ROOM
: I I (' they tore off large, juicy
:; I eloquence from their respective diaphragms weapon ? Yes, a memorized speechup I
We avert
: and hurled them recklessly his sleeve. Horrible. got Depot
i I. faces and pretending to be obvious low
Suoh our
!! at the defenseless i add ence.
i 1 t rhetoric as would make baldheaded I to the threatened danger we; tom of
relieved when the chairman calls I -
Demosthenes tear his hair roots, and are
in spite of the frigidity of the night, him off. '
: I have not the slightest doubt but One by one they are set up, tailor, : I
touched off and after soaring awhile
that D. Webster and Pat. Henry I
forth from their graves and sink back to earth With one final: I I
t gnashed their teeth on their tomb burst.Reminds us of the rocketson My
Fourth of July. We left and removing -
r stones.
I : We heard speeches by great men, our gas masks on the outsideof One t II
I : \ and the mysterious part about it is the hall, we shook their hands and :A
tried not to perjure ourselves too
tt'f that the great mew were not there InMy I
;f j and did not know anything about it. much in expressing our oongratula-

f 1 1 I Maybe certain wellthumbed volumes .I tiors: to the the convicted.acquitted and condolences And :. j, Company
: I I'! in the library could explain this if to Why '
I ,!i: they were asked. II Note:-We are going again. Maybe ,
One amateur Henry Ward Beecher they will let us try once orselves brush. I

II arises pairffully from his seat, and I Ij ,' and there is nothing like going to .., .. ..

I j assunf$ a belligerent .*atltude of'I see an audience for an evening's en :: : .J:.... =!",
tertainment. For brutal enjoy- ;
S body, which is spoiled by the dying
''I- S calf look in his eyes which seems to ment it has got the sports of the Roman "Yes

';; ray "Please don't shoot," and silently Ampthitheatre looking like a "
i ) the Sunday school picnic. Our motto, "An
i!i .i begs the audience to go easy on
t.i'': e defunct eggs, shoots a line of double "Slaughtered to make a debaters out a : sizes
I;: ;- 1 jointed words, interspersed at regu- festival. cane.

i ; lar intrevals wtih spasmodic movements terms

,, I :' ; of his arms and hands, which Tionette "Why are kisses! like making a .
i 1- i;t so resemble the wooded toys of our grapes 1"Tony "Y o 1
I! I childhood, that we crane forward ina "
"I wonder!
: N
I : vain attempt to see the strings pbea
, i r that work him. He finally expire Tionette: "They are best when you This is
r 't ,. 'I "

t :l at the urgent request of the tines get them in bunches. -Rutgers. "Oh I"" : _, 1 ..y



:- RECORD t ._. J \ ,
during _
1 this year. __
February 8, 1921., A ruined hovels I
Editorial, few years ago, when In the dark- !} and feedir: upon grass many,times. + + ; + + + + '+ 4; .+ .
est moments of the war the Germans or refuse. During the past year 1- I Five. dollars per month, $60 per + f
SEALING IN LIVES, NOT' A were pressing toward Paris and the 000,000 human beings left destitute year, is the amount fixed to provide + COLLEGE SIDELIGHTS + ;
DOLLARS. by Turkish
Turks under tutelage were brigandage were fed and these children with three meals a dayto .
cutting their to sheltered Surrounded now by enemies supply sufficient clothes to i
way the East keep ... '
to give not dol- two Turkish + + '* + + + +
We are our nations came to the rescue. On the nationalists, Kurds and them warm, to shelter them from the The following article which was
2rs, but, human lives, in the Near western'front American manhood I Bolshl."Vists-part of the Armenian deep siows and bitter winds of win clipped from the University of Ne-
tvt Belief campaign to be conducted broke the deadlock. In Asia Minor, republic has been overrun ahd thou- ter, and to train them to earn their vada Sagebrush, will no doubt cause
week in St. Augustine and St. the small Armenian-Assyrian sands of people who were re-estab-I daily bread as soon as they are ol\ great interest throughout the coun- ;
lohrrs The State of Florida threw army lishing themselves have
county. itself across the enemy's and strong enough to work. try:
.besought to take care of 3,000 chil- leading from the Black to the path Cas- from their homes. Inti Constanti- > The need is even greater than this Battalion of Death

dren located in orphanages at Trebi- pian seas and saved Asia to the Al- nople; Batum, Tiffis, Allepo and other for there are many women and g'r1- (By Reno) .
and, a seaport on the Black sea, and lies. I centers the roads are jammed with who were stolen into the harems o*_ Major Harrison, Assistant Commander -
rf this number St. Johns county is 'Today the children of this brave refugee women and children, shoeless th "unspeakable Turks" and who of the 'Varsity Army, is
requested to assume responsibilityfor Eastern army are on the almost naked and without food must remain there until funds \re about to organize a ladies auxiliary.The .
about 50. The money represented starvation. More than, 210,000 verge of At the request of the American Red available to rescue them and br'njr Major during his Siberian cam-

is 3,000 a Pitably small sum, when phans have been :rescued by American or- Cross Russian"exiles, numbering them back to .new life. paigns, was yery irftimate with several -
one thicks that it means the saving funds, but for each of these fortun- 189,000( who have just reached Con- To the people of the Near East s iyt members of the famous Russian E
:tOEl deoy etaoi nutnetaoinetaoi a ate children there are three helpless stantinople are cared for by the Near the Times-Union. America is the one Battalion of Death and it is after
of half a hundred lives of little chil- waifs hiding in mountain caves East Relief. altruistic nation, the one people capable this organization that he hopes to
There are many reasons why Near of realizing an ideal, the one pattern the Ladies Auxiliary.He .
---- -- --- ---- __'.1 East Relief has been'abTe to accomplish model upon which can be built a new is very enthusiastic over his

"...."... + ....."i I its work with the minimum oi 1 America in Bible Lands. plans and interids to resign his pres- x
I administrative expen: Many mei Florida as a part of the great ent command to take personal chargeof
4 and women of means have contributed United States, referred to on the other the new organization, the University -

i AMERIEAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY: large sums tc keep the relief ma- I side of the seas ,a<,* "America, the of Nevada Battalion of Death.
chine running., The American Red land of peace and plenty," is bung: Trt his mind it is already a success;
AND SHINE PARLOR : Cross and American Relief Administration I l called upon to measure up to its re- that ,this will appeal to the rugged

t have donated money and supplies sponsibilities, and save its thousan-is daughters of the Sagebrush, he is
4 the United States Navy and I Right here: in this community peo'il<. prtain. There is a wealth of matpr-
4 Geo. Tampas and Louis EHades, Proprietors 4 Merchant Marine, have given cargo I will boar their part of the burden, 'al in the university, and nndpr" the
V 115 West Main Street North-Phone 139. I space; foreign missionary boards and 1 and contribute what is to save the n-nnnivi,4 ppni11 nf Main TTarricnn -
4 J. V. Blume, Agent; Room 31 Buckman 4t > colleges have granted the use of lives of 50 little folks during the coming the Battalion of Death should

GamNTilIe Florida their buildings while former barracksand year. Those who realize the cnnn rival that of the Rrnsiar srmv.
t other governmert' structures have necessity say it must be done, and Tb' TTpivpTsitv snotiM do pvpryhnr' -
.... .............. been requisitioned;. trucks have been others upon whom the sense of re- I in its newer" to help this new
.... .... < donated and trains under allied com- sponsibility rests, say it SHALL be hr;>pch of the military art. The stnd-
.. .... .- .-. - --- -- -- missions have been placed at the com- .. I ruts owe much to the Mafor. who by

mittee's disposal; the' Y. M. C. A his nptiriner efforts has mad the
I' I I Y. W. C. A and K. of C. have sent THE ELUSIVE RHYME.J. : Strident armv what it i.* today.
t U-; without-expense -
personnel cooperate There is no dopbt but that his wom- -
to Near East Relief, while th' H. U. ytf cadets will soon have as wide a
} large staff administering relief a c? The poor guy that ain't inspired, reputation as their Russian sisters.
i t caring for the children! have vole '- Has the dickens of a time;
rnM4a fib ( Leered on the expense basis of '50. When he wants to pet poetic. It is interestinlr to note the fart
< ( tC n 11 I per month. Money invested in industrial But he cannot write in verse. I t'.it approximately one third of all

t enterprises where the refuges Fo.. example take myself, ,c.-A5' prpRpntnd tile public in selp**p The Smile Follows the SpoonS j manufacture food products, clothing Make a rhyme I just can not, fo-m are taken from college publi-
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tt and shoes, has been multiplied Where' I .try to write a poem, caons.

t I perspire and get warm.
Many times I've tried to write them; Thirty per" cant of the 400 ]padin -
I But have never done it yet; "aptains of industry in the United -
Standard and Popular A harsh editor once said I States are the sons of ministers

Music Couldn't write one vi a wagre. who have drawn less than $1200 per r
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vear in salary,' according to statistic -
u T '-,' There are certain kinds of weather compiled by the federation of
Pianos ,
:n. ..1'1' ., That will help produce a poet; chur -!s. Of this samel class, 25
f\ f
I've tried writing rhymes in all per cent f; are the sons of lawyers
THE NEW'YORK RACKET I Players The different climates, and I thinkso. doctors and teachers, 10 per cent of

merchants and 5 per cent of bank-
Agent ForFlorsheim GrandsPiano
In the frozen Arctic regions, ers.-Rocky Mt. Collegian.
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Shoes. |i TuningPhonographs If you want to write in peace
31 Take' an armchair in the parlor, The University of California crew
fi With your feet up on the furnace will meet the University of Prinice-
f&IfiffiHHHffiXffiSSSJMffiffi But in the temperate climates, ton in a race on June 10 and com
Pathe / i You will find you'll write the best pete in the annual Pouehkeepsie regatta -
d When the ground with snow is covered on Jurte' 22, according to present -

!:Ii! )JSurnswick plans of the local authorities.
y; Mj] And there's ice to give you pep. Before making the trip East the

I!! ,; Neath the tropics' burning brightness California squad will tackle the Uni-
Wolf's versity of Washington crew in
Cameras .>...:-. Films, '" _," .'..: ,.-$ DevelopingMILLER'S !f Henry Sweete-t ditties you may croon northern waters Trojan.
!f When your genius is awakened.By .
stars The fellow who shines 'Tys own
x Music Co.' the silvery tropic I
Af. !f shoes is to be commended. He is not
; !:f Fi I have tested ,all the climates, only saving money, but he is learninga
!f trade well.-.The Uriiv. Daily,
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319 E. Main St. Yet I cannot write in verse;
7; Kansan.
F ii This contrary English language, r

Y fi Often makes me want.to swear.I A Chip Off the Old Block

y; for !:f R Carry Your Old Hats to eave dreams of yet succeeding, Baby-I want my bottle.
!; Ansso' Eastman and Ansso Agents !
!x:: NEW YORK HAT CLEANERS Tho' a rhyme I never wrote, Mother-Keep quiet. You're just

Cameras Films Browns Developing fi to have them Meter is a simple problem, like ,'Our father.-Sun Dodger.
I Cleaned Blocked and Made N cwCandy But the rhyming gets my number,

S Confectionery and Now, dear reader, I must leave you, 'Ada: "No man can kiss meby
fi Cigar Store in ConnectionImported
I I i Greek Candy, 75c. lb. Hope you like this pretty verse. force."

J M. BLIZIOTES, Prop. Tho' the rhymes are not all perfect,, Helen: 'No, you"re always willing."

\f2J KffiJWiffifi l ftt ft West Main Street Next A. C. L Still I guess it ain't so bad. Prirjceton Tiger. 1 1I

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\ : Why the Editor Left Town. !Ii :fiYifi!: !fi$! !fiYfi;! !fiYfi;! !fiyy;! Yfififififififififi! ! !: !: !: !fig; S;

I Somebody sent the editor of the !Ii I

l Poketown Gazette, a few bottles of .
I :' ':' ,,' Official Publication of Student Body of University of Florida 'Jj home brew. The same day he received I You tan t Utiat t h eS9 va I ues:

j J Office and Press: Basement Language Hall. for publication a wedding an-
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nouncement and a notice of an auc- g

STAFF' tion sale. Here are the results: cleaning our odd'suits unsold-they've Hart Scaffner A |
} HERBERT FORD !L EDITOR-IN-CHIEF "William Smith and :Miss Lucy Anderson I I We're suits for this fall'a purchase-models, stouts, slims, g
; TRUMAN GREEN MANAGING EDITOR reSlarsaTd stubs-young' men's and more conservative style. |
disposed of at public .
t''i HORACE LOOMIS .... ........ ASS'T. MANAGING EDITOR auction' were at my farm one mile east ofa These clothes cost more to tailor I priced g 1',. ,
on !If
beautiful cluster of roses
I M. STEIN ______.-.....- ASST. BUSINESS MANAGER calves before I. I
I breast and two white l
I II a background of implements too nu- $32.50 to $48.50
R. B. HOSKINS HAROLD KLOCK MURRAY COHEN merous too mention in the presenceof
t ; JR. about 70 guests, includjnfe two
milch cows, six mules and one bob j ? FORMALLY -
I' MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT sled. Rev. Jackson tied the nuptial:. j
I B. 0 SMITH ._. ..
: PRESSMAN knot' with 200 feet of hay rope and j ; to $80.00
Entered at Gainesville, Fla., postoffice as Second Class mail matter. the bridal couple left on one good j j $5.50 : *

I't .Subscription: $1.50 the year. John Deering gang plow for an ex- \ j ( -

f I 1 __ __..... ....._..... __.. ...,.__, .... __ ..,.....=.... __ .. ........ ,..__ ................................. ended trip with terms to suit pur- |
chasers. They will be at home to
their friends with one good baby I
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WHAT IS COLLEGE SPIRIT? buggy and a few kitchen utensils after -

: ten months from date of sale to responsible -
: College] spirit is a nice term-one that we all like to use when parties arid some 50 chick-

; : we throw out our chests and speak in endearing terms of the ns.-Ex\ w

1. 'Old University.'What is this think, that beats in every new man's x
I heart when he enters school for the first time and is ready to do Paradise Lost.
{: almost anything to show his love and loyalty for the institution? Moonlight; soft breezes sighing FLA {!

!; Is it a requisite of college] life and is the 'Gator spirit as it is through the trees; a girl-the only

; ; called at the University of Florida, a thing that every student girl; a rustic beach for two. You sit x I IisrasffiHaffiffifa

t f i must acquire in order for his stay at the school to have been a down; so close, her hand in yours.
; real success? You've almost reached Heaven when

i ; I These questions confront every college man and most of them along comes little brother... 0 hell! eAI
t I, ; : leave school without ever getting a clear idea of the true meaning --Burx.

;i;i j I of this term. Singing college songs, attending cheery practice, .
I: i running competition to the band on the athletic field are not the Gratis Poultry. __ i" < 'YW'r: :: L
'P! i only things to be considered in regard to this matter. The amount Show me the freshman with dome so

I I of noise that a man makes does not measure his loyalty to the dead I 507IR
t i institution which he is attending. Neither does the mere matter That never to himself has said:
ji of going out for athletics where sometihes the desire for personal If the profs gave me the grades I'm You Can Lead a Cork to Water but

,I t t glory far outweighs any sense of loyalty or duty to the school. worth You Cannot Make] it Sink
!I i j Personal gratification and a selfish desire for honor cannot come I'd be the smartest guy on earth.

: l under classification.. The man who works on a college paper John McCormack.-
I 11; or goes out for the Glee Club of some such other organization, Don't let this suit value we are going to tell

J i! where the desire for personal applause is only too evident, cannot Quite a Large Class, This you about float on your imagination on but let it
!j be stamped as exhibiting true college spirit. In the same way One of the largest enrollments ina t
the student who puts on his loudest pair of pajamas and leads the single college is on record at the sink in your mind until you find out that seeing

i night shirt parade, does not avail much towards this end, although University of California. There are is Absent
believing. treatment
this is not necessarily opposed to college spirit. In fact every enterprise over 1200 students registered in an wont get you one

s that is primarily selfish m nature cannot be productive of undergraduate course in history. J of these all wool Kisc ba im flannel suits i neither
; real "Gatorism," and what is calleg College Spirit, although they s "
: t all have an important part to play in the development of it. single or doubly trusted: style at $25

I q Mr. James Curl says that "True college spirit is found in the MISS ELLIS
il man whose heart has warmed to the love of his college, whose I" 5 J

I eyes have caught the visions of the ideals that the college possesses "M-76."
!I whose brain has thought over and understood the detail With always a nod and a smile, Biirrittt The ClothierKfi
I r! until they have become the very fibre of his being; this man will For us who compose all her cares;

i : yell, not for the selfish pleasure of wallowing in sentimentality, She's pleasant and cheery the while, ....
i I j I but for the solid tlor-' of his college; will run and leap, will edit No matter how badly she fares., F I, ., '.=. "1"r-;: .;,.-- '* I -t- ,

?I !! I :: the paper with the desire to T?ace and keep the college in the .
t t I front rank of athletic, intellectual and social life; will' study hard, She smiles when we ask her for our Kfi! !fi aSSHB KRfg !:fifififi! !: $! !fifii! !

: ; I that the college may not be disgraced through him; will! conduct grades, .
\ himself like a gentleman, that no one will sneer at the institution She smiles when we kick about cut E jjj

: ", which has sponsored him : will resent any slurs upon the fair name Her: genial expression ne'er fades, I RR
: i of the college; will be willing to sacrifice himself, his own personal Tho plainly we show we are nuts. t i FURNITURE CO., Inc.

I'' "0 glory for the sake of the college; will be willing to give up his
i money and time until, perhaps it hurts. And above all he will She smiles if we're late with our \ Tampa,

I I never forget the gleam of idealism that he received in the old cards, I
I She smiles just the same if we'renot [ 3 Sales Agents For
halls, the visions of his chance to serve his fellows. The man

j who does these things, who thinks these things, has true College ; I 2 Berkey and Gay Furniture, Globe Wernicke ,Sectional Book-
I She surely deserves our regards,
;I : Spirit. Ii
i I : I As far from a cinch is her lot. i !. Cases,, Aeolian, Vocalion, Pathe Phonopragph, Napanee Kitchen b,

,'i 1 NAMING FLORIDA'S COUNTIES Soto, in' honor of Hernando DeSoto, I 3 Cabinets Hall
111 j I I I Refrigerators, Aerolux Porch
who was supposed to have landed in I
'! J Bradford I Charlotte Harbor in the new county. Shades, Premo-E clipse Gas Ranges Domestic Science Fire-

i\i. Mi In 1858 Suwanee, Clay and New ':M-76." I less Cookstoves, Robinson Rodgers URestwell' Bedding. ,1 E
j I I River counties were formed On Lee ,
i ; I December 6, 1861 the rteme of New The existence of Lee county as a Would'Happen If- Office Furniture, Floor Coverings, Draperies, China and
Shorty Gunn ever
grew up.
I River was changed to Bradford, in separate political unit dates from i Glassware, Window Shades
Our Gym.
was a
j i honor of Captain Richard Bradford, 1887, in that year it was divided from gym i
The wanson-Tiller! piano-pound-' i
I the first Florida officer killed in the Monroe county. i
ir'g corporation
ii, I Civil War Captain Bradford fell in After the question of the boundaries Nobody bummed' cigs. i I*** **
: : the battle ion Santa, Rosa Island in.i' had been settled, the citizensof serious.
West Florida, October 9, 1861 the called together Dizy got
i q new county were -
; We had chapel ,day. !: ;
I under the spreading oaks of every jpaafWKrS !fiYi! ! !P-
11 i 1' 5, DeSoto the old schoolyard at Fort Myers. Semester exams were abolished."
Sollee didn't go "over the top.
; DeSoto county was originally apart Several names were suggested and -
verybody to drill.
of Manatee countyq, when the discussed. Finally, Captain F. A. came
I Hawkshaw took vacation.
t County seat of Manatee was Pine Hendry, one of the most eminent men a
t d Level Bradentown was then the principal in the State of Florida, proposed that Richbourg missed the pill. g ennantt. Pillowt opi, Skull Capi ,

r town in the section, because of the new county should be honored by June 8 became delayed in transit. I To Order ","'.
its location on the gulf and its rail- bearing the title 'of that beloved Our bathing pool got wet.

roads Southern general, Robert E. Lee. Applause We beat the "Phillies." Only Pennant Shop
When the Atlantic Coast Line was I proved the unanimity of the The Gainesville moon had a sentii .
}t t extended to Fort Myers, there was assemblage, and Lee county forth- In Florida .
mental value.
I rapid development along' its course,i wth come into existence. '11
I t Two widely separated centers of development -i Nobody cornered the milk market.

1 t' : resulted: namely Braden Once a professor to his pupils said: The banjo hand't been invented. FicketBldg.Gaineiville .

- t ; i. town and Arcadia. "Now gentlemen, bear it in mind." Your roomie happened to see something

I i ti t-i ). Since the county was so large and I Bone on the Rhetoric, and don't of his own b mistake. Florida
: since its two largest towns were so '
t lose your head, This classic literature had not been
i i .[ far apart, it was thought best to divide -
Or next you'll sure be behind. BBBK srHeaa
\? the county. That part containing year given to the world.

l ,- Arcadia was given a new name, De.l 1& former pupil. -Curtain. : ...'"**'1' "\.* ....!.. J*:1 .. *.. A, -JL .
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The Lyricy :: SOCIETY + +

Invites you to attend its sessions every Sunday + + Clubs and organizations, the ,+
I-1 BY T. F. WEST Jr. +
morning at 9:30. 0 + ground plan of the University +
I + + Carnival to be held on April 9. .
studyJPRACTICAL PROBLEMS I The Home 1-:1': n
We + is now complete. Sites may be +

. Dining to your Social, Moral, and Economic life. Delta Rho + engaged by applying to James +

Visit us once; you willcomeagain.Cars ; very enjoyable DanceA feature of the ++ Boyd 4p.m., Law College from 2:00 to .+

will be out from town to take you in ;social life last week-end was the .

Lets all go! OF [lance!< given on Saturday evenring, i+ + + + + + . .
March 5th by the Delta Rho Fraternity. 1
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.... ..... ... ... .. The merrymakers gathered in the Last Friday evening, March 4lh, ,
spacious hall which was appropri- the Jackson County Club held a '
;: : : : : : ..4........4..... Good PicturesEVERYTHING :itely decorated with the fraternityolors smoker. W. R. Booth, Jr., was initiated 4 i
: and red. The decorations
green -
.1 into the club. The entertainment
; were beautiful and perfected by committee composed of John
o the heads of the hosts of the occas-
Williams and
I Miler, Douglas
ion, who were complimented on every Rowell proved their ability by select!
: : ELECTRICAL side ort the success of their efforts. ing refreshments for the smoker The
&eaeA't The entire ceiling was decorated instreamers
question of the budget to be passedon
festooned in effect,
canopy next legislature was brought up
JOS. J. SEYKORA and hooding the lights. The sidewalls and was heartily endorsed by the en-

were artistically decorated with I tire club. A most enjoyable evening
A Good Place to Eat :: numerous pennants, while at the all.
was spent by
Phone 167 Gainesville, FloridaJ.
south end of the hall beautifulhandmade
was a Trems.
C. R. Secy.
moon, which was illuminated -
W. McCOLLUM & CO. during the waltzes. hair
;: : ; : : : :.................... DRUGGISTSThe The music for this brilliant affair Blue Bobbed eyesCarfare

Rexall Store was furnished by the University orchestra -

::, .: Agents for Dancing was enjoyed until Silk ties
and Norris' Candies the hour at which time the
Liggetts midnight ,
Alachua Restaurant and J.unch Room Big
Gainesville Florida fond
participants :exchanged} good- Cash flies -
byes, assuring the hosts of a de- '
FLORIDA BARBER SHOP 1 lightful evening. .<,< <;..c1-: 1. .
Hall a Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot For Students and Others I Those present were the local society Dead broke :;-,' :' 0 -'
contingent aided by Misses
M7 GainesvilleFlorid Shaves 20c. Haircuts 35c. Love dies .
Laura Hawkins, Helen Spratt of Next bloke
West Side Square Gainesville Jacksonville1; Miss Skyes of Willis- Likewise. -Lord Jeff. .
,1 ton. and Marie Venable, Lucile Ven-
W. S. DORSEY & CO. nble of Alabama. Andy-Judging from the latest
:d Everything in GroceriesFor I j The patronesses were Dr. arM Mrs. styles, ladies' dresses are getting
Goodness Sake Drink ;"mpson: Dr. and :Mrs. Shealy, Capt. lonjrei.
DORSEY'S DELIGHT COFFEE I and Mrs. Culin, Lt and Mrs.: Adkinson Edward-Sure, because the shorter

and Professor Reed. they wear them, the longer they look.
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ULE IS FOR THE THE OFFICIAL UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA J.S.BODIFORD I The rats are entertaining of the Sigma with Nu a dance Fraternity 'Key Fir West:t Rat? -Say, aren't you from

next Saturday evening, March 12, in Second Rat Naw, I have been
& COMPANYDRUGGISTS honor of the old men.' sick and look that way.
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The Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity ODE TO OUR BELOVED CLASS
entertained with a dance in their fra- TE-JUllUY HENDERSON .
ternity rooms last Wednesday even-

While in JacksonvilleGO I JACKSONVILLESPORTING ig i March 2.Invitations. By B. II.
Down to the city where the bright
TO have been issued for lights glow,

GOODS.COMPANY the dance to be given by the Sigma I Out with the girls did gay Jimmygo .
I I. Alpha Eplison Fraternity in the University -

\ i trymnaui on Friday eve- did
What a glorious time the boy
ning, March llth. I have, ;
"The Sportsman's Store" -*- Fooling the girls by, spreading hit "
L. & A. Outboard Motors Among the Florida boys who spent salve. ._
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9fo tn 1JTot erg I IliE Io part of the week-end at the Tourist .
190 West Bay Street. Phone 748 Wilson, Mac
Jacksonville Fla Camp were: It was late at night when Jim re-
--..-- ---....., Martin, Bill Steckart, Roland Ulmer. turned, \
, "" 0"'j S H 0E S Check Byrd and Franz Paul. Back to the dorm, where, low, the
lights burned;
lasses Fitted Francis Parker spent the weekendin As into his room he staggered with
H B. M. TENCH H, Tampa. He has another cotton joy,
patch started, but in one of his old It seemed as nothing could vex the.
0 Our Own fields.
Lens Grinding- boy.
O Gainesville, 0

No Delay Mr. JamesFra nklin has again registered But alas-as! he looked in the accustomed
i in the Law Collegif. He ;
E Florida E intends staying now until the end. The pallet comer where he rested, had de L

Oolee & Son. serted its owner;
. S H 0 E S Anybody desiring membership And in its place was a sign "For
Do Little"
the "Restful Sons of ap- Rent,"
an.O ticianl Gainesville Florida jly to "Rat" Marshal. who has headquarters Which caused poor Jimmy of others ;
See Vidal Drug Company at the Elks' Club. to resent.

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I ITON" i Articles, Candies Mr. D. B. Gill spent last weekendI I As he went to the bath for his monthly -
it shower,'
in Jacksonville.
with his family
t Sowrenir Cards, Waterman Pens I He found the bathroom" changedinto

a "Bower;
j For there was his cot all neatly bw g
,% TIE
BON closed, 3

With all his valuable and the rest

I Refreshment Parlor of his clothes. -


It Complete Line of Fraternity Stationery t -' >" The rest of the night and ,still the

I Candies andTobaccoes of allKinds CIGARS ., boy raves,
Cussing himself and the rest of the
rti -
I "That's My Business" Knaves;

Courtesy, Service and Strictly Sanitary Tampa, Florida And now Jim vows he'll appease hi. a

wrath, ', i
Tampa Nugget Hav'a Tampa When he finds out who put his be** '

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f The military standing of the He-Would you slap me if I kissed CURRE1FICTIOX j

I University of Florida as seen by your i There's a Lot of Comfort in a Good Pipe;
i ; other colleges is apparent in this article She-I would if I didn't have sucha "Excuse me!" s
I from the Technique: sore finger.-State National Bank. "I beg your pardon!" : y' We Have all Popu ar Stj les at

I The Commandant of R. O. T. C .'B& sure and come to see us!." .50, .75, and 1.00
I ; I is in receipt of warning instructions "Oh, mama! There's a man in the time."
"I've had a lovely !
I i to stand by for a thorough inspec- nursery kissing the nurse." word L. C.Smith
"We've never had a' cross
I! tion'sometime during the next few Mama dropped the sewing and.

I weeks. A board of officers from rushed for the stairway. 1 since we've been married 3f ;"' '-Z' ; .,

i Headquarters Fourth Corps will come "April Fool!" said Bobbie glte-i "II' pay you this tomorrow, sur.!" ,J'a

I to "Tech" to inspect the practice fully. "It's only pa.-Wisconsin "I'd rather have my Ford than your -:x"C'f '"
I and theoretical work of the R. O. T. Foolscap. big car." .oE --

C. units with a view to determining "
"I'd trust husband anywhere.
whether or not the units should be my
I further i inspected later by General versity burn of Florida and our friend Au- "Oh, it's no trouble at all!" F; GAINESVILLE. 'FURNITURE CO.
were inspected and were put in
: Staff Officers from Washington for the "Distinguished Class." So wis I I "It isn't the mcney; it's the princi i I Ii ,,,, S .. < -t.
a rating as a "Distinguished College." 'i of the !"
i the Citadel. We must not only maLe; pie thing

We were not inspected last year; it this year, but we must be rat:d "I just finished the last quart I had, '_ ,- 4 ,"8 ;f "

we were not quite ready. The Uni- higher than any college in the Sout.: : old man!"-Circinnati Enquirer. "
D. R. COX, Proprietor.
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OF RADIUM and he told. "

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THE STUDENTS all about It. In
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4 Baird Hardware Co. Oh, dear, I don't want to go to the r
-', \ !Ii Ritz, the food is too rich. Let's go
to, Childs'.
I Listen, Jack, mother doesn't want'
me to go to musical comedies. Take i
KODAKSCUTLERY 'me to the movies. '
The New <';;\ | Orchids are so flashy. Oh, yes, I i
Spring II adore those cute little pansies.
I Why, if you 'really insist, I'd enjoya
nice, big bag of peanuts, they are
Phone 7 Gainesville Fla
Manhattans so nourishing.
Would you mind taking me home f
i ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR irt a 'busAll chauffeurs have their
necks shaved, and I just hate to lookat

At the threshold of the dawning new Season we present the new Spring; DEPARTMENTSHOE shaved necks. Yale Record.

Manhattan Shirts in all their splendor, exclusiveness and individuality.The SHINE PARLOR A Matter of Costume.
Sh (just back from Paris-I can'tgo
usual initative of the makers is again evident in the smart effects : CHESNUT'SSHOE I' Jo this dance tonight; my trunks }
haven't arrived.
which stamp Manhattan shirts as,a superior product I :1 He-Good Lord-what kind of a
STORE i dance do you think this is going to
Nwe Weaves-New Patern Ideas-Immaculate Tailoring- be?-Harvard Lampoon. !
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Perfection Throughout. II .
"" .< Satisfaction Guaranteed College Girl (home on vacation---
"Oh. father, why didn't you tell me
>' I South Side Square benches painted? \
you had those
They're Ready
-. Frank and I sat down on one and
h Frank got paint on his trousers.-
Things Ain't What They Seem The Vanderbilt Hustler
You go a-walking down the"street, -
And trail a nifty jane; man.
She trots a pair of-high speed heels Live and Learn. '
i And floats a hefty mane. A lady whose first name was Laska,
f Spent all of her days in Nebraska;
You double time and hurry up, And she might have been married -
You plot a clever scheme; Before she was buried,
Branch theCOLLEGE INN is But the men just neglected to ask
Our at at your service.iiffifiHwrarawwywwywynffifWffiy ] But as she. truns and loks arouiAl
I Then things ain't what they seem.

; Y;! Yifi !fiY I Stuck With Him. I

Judge: "And where were your sup-

\ "Things are coming down," he What's funnier than one-<!..? porters in this crime?"
TORAH marked, as his hose & re-I man trying to wind his wrist watch? Caught: "They were over my

ORTON'S skidded.-Ex. A glass eye at a keyhole.-Ex. shoulders, your honor."-Ex.

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FloridaIn lID i i r.. IM\ m\mllliliw\i 1I\M11.\ k;yak J; Do not Envy.'' ,,

the Graham Hotel I. :" 41, 1'.IIIIJ1 fI \ The man "- .

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East Main Street Telephone 122 once smokes a W D C Pipe y I Ii'
becomes a life member of the W D C

club. He can't help it, because a : f H. S10LEY .

W D C is certainly a man's size smoke. ,
It's as sweet and mellow as carefully

selected French briar and expert sea- SELLS the EARTH
Suitings r
soning can make it. Not only material ,

C7 are the latest Creation ;r of the first water, but craftsmanship of andRENTS .f-'
for the well dressed man the highest order, and designs that are I the TOWN'OlearwaterPla

for Spring and Summer most pleasing-all combine to make the

wear. i WD C Pipe a smoke of peace,contentment I

and satisfaction. ,A man's smoke.

Price rom $25 to $60 4 .l, Any good dealer will confirm this. <

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The time to start on the farm is a, I I mentiot td. These are intelligence. Continued from page one TO NEW DEAN

early as possible. It is at first that 1 labor and perseverance. One thing r All of the players are very well
j HEARD IN CHAPEL the hardships are endured, but aftera '!:Mr.: Jones stressed especially was the nleased wth the field. and their coin- (Continued From Page
having ?
a reporter rjj
i few years the farm begins to pay j necessity for a young man to have a rent in the dressing room indicates to .
t I for The "' in other for the coming ,choice bits of oratory that
; itself. average training re- companion and guide rothk.g but optimism
i Student Body Enjoys Talk of This quired to become a good farmer words, a wife who was interested in season. I I so freely that evening fcan't

Specialist in Agriculture, Who HaGfiv seems to be about eight or ten years, I his "work.' With a wife who wo:aid ,| [ attempt to do them i'
I / e <* Life to {Study of Agricultural but # NOTES ,.j! Everybody enjoyed the .
the college man can cut down on work to back him, and the three provisions PEABODY t
\ Development. this because he is able to recognize mentioned above, ar.y ya.-tip eluding the "eats." We DIet

I II ability in others. 1'! man. should be able to make a sue. f A committee was appointed last Dean and found him to be I at D I

I RECOMMENDS: PERSEVERANCE One thing which Mr. Jones stressed cess -or the farm and 4pfar better iri Moday night to see that Peabodybe fellow, as well as a doted lit.

i HARD WORK. AND ABILITY which will undoubtedly appeal to the the long run than on any 'kind< pf a ably represented at the "48" Car- wants the friendship and eQ.

I II :Mr.: Jones average man starting in busiress is "<:*v fib: regardless of' how attractive ::ival and we want you to observe tion of every man in the A g.e,
; I Furnished Some Very not to be afraid to get in debt at the the salary at the first. '''OW we have to turn away the crowds and we will surely give it t
Helpful Advice to the
: Embyro start This question has bier The students, weicoired Mr. Jo :es' when the stunts are pulled off. When the banquet ended it,..
Farmer, Telling of the Difficulties; stressed too much from the sta id address, and it undoubtedly afforded j, Mr. Biddle gave a very interesting I late for any noise without I h
to be Overcome.
: point of the theorist and to hea ., I much encouragement to the many Salk from a personal standpoint on --but, even so, a long ''Galt C

I business mat discuss it was a v:el- young/ men who are at the Universityof "he value of milk as a food. A dis- Dean Newell.B. W. A.
i Mr.\ Jesse M. Jones, It l
t Industrial ail come relief for those who agree "vr:th Florida to secure a training in :he ussion led by K. B. Hait and J. B.
: Development Agent of the Seaboard
: Mr. Jones that it is a credit : r':' important field of agriculture. Walker became very interesting as it 1
Air Line railway addressed the student
i for a young man to b9 ablt t I ouched the pet hobby of some Latin
I Young body Man last Should Friday on "Why a go into debt to get a start in life instead AVc' : ar6 glad to say Mr. T. W students. Mr. McSweeney presented Our next program includes I
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Farming of wasting valuable years in Jennings is doing well after an op which is interesting' debate and all
; as a Life Work." Mr. Jones, who I the club with a gavel, a very %
attempting tcJ should be out to
create a surplus. eratiorv at the infirmary hear it.
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i. ., this versity reason boys his on speech this was subject.listened For to, ; <: :-\'Wllell; : t In Jacksonville 4 1I

I intently by all those present.
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Mr. Jones pointed out first the ad- -

: vantages which every farmer has, re- 1T
gardless of how small his farm ,may ,
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that of the city man making a much "

I' =s larger gross income, but in reality .. ..
: living less enjoyably than the farmer Visit utwt Store 1 1Lcfyt
and accumulating less for the future ,
I ( It was shown that the fear of a dependent .
f I I old age, so common among . "Irv the! heart of Jacksonville/

t the salaried workers, i is not the lot of .. .., f

i:; I the farmer, because his income, after .. .
!1! the hardships the initial start e.
i is constantly'accumulatmg.. .
t S Throughout the speech the emphasis \ : :
I was laid on the answer to the .
'r question "Does farming ?" This .
was answered by quotations and statistics '"- -' -- .'.
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{ f. the true income of average farmers .t

: I in different communities. It was also .. '
11 I I proven that in farming there is a

1 :I I large field fop the trained man, for

t I considerably the income of larger the trained than that farmer of the is If you: can't come write us and we'll fill your wants

t i farmer denied technical education inI. '
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I This is supposed to be KffiraSKffiffiSy LnKLfi
something blot out doubt hav ''
I any any may :: }
I. 1 I new for Gainesville, but it is ,a well on this matter: McHerry Jones,,
I s known fact at the University that Floyd Ferris, Dick Knight, Wyeho: .
-i \ many of our men have beer infe ted Getzen, Stewart Hall, Dick Johnson, S THE COLLEGE MAN'SHEADQUAHTEKS -

I p with this bug for a long. long time. or George Henderson. I II ifiW

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