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Title: The Florida alligator
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Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1923
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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sented one of the most interestingof ..
) IKflsboro Second; Duval Was 11 all the Lyceum programs at Although all-of-- our Lyceum Lawyers will meet the Arts l FORCAMPAIGN
Wauchula the Baird theater"on
Third Wednesday
numbers this have been
excellent -
Science 20
and on Friday April ,
i Fourth. evening. The consisted -
1i program the that the
of musical prospects are at 7:30 p. m. in Peabody Hall. Dr. Murphree accompanied by
selections, solos
I next two will be even better. The The Lawyers have chosen the affirmative I
Mr. G. White Maurice: Stein amiRalph
decide thechampionahip trios ,
In the final game to quartets, .recitations, dialo- greatest hit made; at the lyceum
side o| the question submitted Harskaao, spent the first
between: Gainesville gues and two very wever imper-
number last Wednesday evening
by the Arts and Science: part cf the week in Tampa where
and Tampa Gainesville won by sonations. One adaptation ;which Mr. White's announcementthat '
his Reslved, That the present Mexican they spoke before & of lea 1iog 1-
the cloy a i-'or? or 27 to 23. Tampa seemed to please the audience par- the Tallabattee girl's Gke .
the half,. government should represented j+.: .nesS nrn .if ilru cIte. :lrcgat'ds \
in first
led the coring ticularly was a burlesque on the Club will furnish the next two
by-the United States. The lawyerswill the Student: Activity
which: ended with a 21 to 13 score, quartet from Rigoletto, in which entertainments. j'
be represented by B. L. (Ben- Building.
their favor. The Purple and the changed the acting -
m company Tha first of these will be
pro- ny) Jennings R. K. Lewis, andJ. Each studetn delivered a splendid -
White opened up the second half but sed the regular singing of the gram put on by the F.,;). C. W. C. L. .Cabman, Key B. Haskins, plea for the buying! )!r.
a brilliant offensive and as number. Mr. Cox director the
with a Dramatic Club th directionof '
Gerald Bee and J. R. (Jury) Mc- Stein's being a
equally as god: defense. The I quartet was excellent in his, im- {
i Miss Mary ar and Gill will speak for A. and S. The Dr. Murphreq on the bA fits _('
Tampa team did Bet secure a field pereonations of Bert Willims as a* will be given f on April 13, chairman-4lud: judges will be .announced the building to the Unttrsity asa

I gcftl in this half. Sanchez and negro actor and Harry Lauder, at the Baird theatre. The second later. whole, Mr. White spoke of tfcs
MtDowtll starred for Gainesville, famous Scotch comedian in"Roamin'
which will on May 4, will This final
I appear debate is the reeult religious activities that will be
with French Gonzales leadingthe in Gloamin' "
and the
be Musical entertainment given
a of short elimination
a round in carried on in the building. Mr. 1
work for Tampa.The The program wa undoubtedly' by the F. S. W. C. Chapel Choir, which the A. and S. defeater the Mar&irano spoke about the Athletic -
score and line-up are as the best Lyceum number so far
under the direction of Miss Opper- Engineers. Teachers defeated the department which will DO in C
and the audience alas in "*
follows: kept Ags. and the Lawyers defeated the stalled. Mr. Stein spek<:; of the
Gainesville Position Tampa laughter or silence of* appreciation. man.According to our best informa- Teachers. The winning team is literary activities whieii are w

I Forward through. tion there will be about thirty presented with the Faculty Debating take place in the buildinff. Mr.

Ludwig (4) French (13) girls' taking part in each of the Cup. This was wen by the Parker spoke of the social activities +

, Forward'Sanchez DR. FARR ILL programs. Their names hava not Lawyers last year, but A. and S. whieh will be included in the
I (15) Capt. Walker (8) Dr. J. A. Farr has been ill at yet been disclosed, but will appearin are determined not to let it happen building.

Center his home" on University avenue for a subsequent ite of the Alli again. Mr. White left Thursday afteraqon -
Sarra (6) '- '**Gonzales :(4). tseveraIdays within attack' of gator. j w for Kiuimmee where he will

Guard appendicitis. It is sincerely hoped In each of these entertainmc'ntaboth So you went to a.,lower climate Join Colonel Bryan on a speakingtour

(Capt.) McDowell (2) Windsor that- we will see-him.. well as usual matinee and evening pro- for rheumatism.Yes. thru the Lake Region of to*

Guard soon. grams will be given, the natht state. On this rip they will vUit

Boone Grandoff for students only and the evening Well did you get itDodo.. Haines iCty, Lake Wales, Barton
Substitutes: Gainesville Bishopfor French for Walker. programs for everyone. An ad- "We will now adjourn to the Clearwater, and'? Tampa. This .
Boone f Enwnll for LuJ,vr. Referee; Dr. Manchester. mission charge will be made at the music room while grandpa eats his concludes the speaking engagements *
Ludwig for Enwall; Tampa, C. Umpire Joe Barchan. evening performances to defray scup."-fuppet.I J I of Colonel Bryan.

the expenses of the girls on their

[ iiTAiE INTER-CLASS TRACK trip Unofficial to Gainesville.announcement has I I ERWIN/ OF MONT VERDE Y/INS CROSS-- --

been made that University classes 1' II

MEET; BUTCH! INDIVIDUAL STAR inees.will be suspended Rumor also-during has the it' mat-that !!: COUNTRY; DUVAL TEAM\ TAKES FIRST

L there will be classes ; -
no held while
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i! SENIORS TAKES 4-MAN SECOND TEAM TEN GAMES WERE ther the girls of these are in reports Gainesville.have been Nei- l SIX TEAMS WERE ERWIN' AND FINNERAN JACKSON, DECKER ,

confirmed however as the reporter
PLACE.The PLAYED IN THE did not Dr.have: Murphree the temerity upon to approach the- I ENTERED FOR BASKET PLACED ;

Freshman class won the interclass subject. T! The fut High Sefc->Gl Groan i

track meet today by roil LAST TOURNAMENT I BALL TITLESeven CoCT,rv ''cr fretr4 t voil-rf
suect a (XIY when J.:1V1'1 fronaMont
64 for the
ing up points against 28
fcniors, 27 for the Sophomores, f WtAX\VEil\ WELLSFOOTBfl.LIGJ1. YVIe !surprised "r ryne br
and 6 for the Juniors. High individual Ten games all told were pla-\l teams, consisting of seven running toe three mile m 10 minutes

honors go to Blitch of the in the annual State High School men and a coach, were represented ant! W second? br.-stin? the .

heshmgn class, who won first Basketball tourney which startel :j in' the Stat High School Basketball record.Ib" last lao w*$ nn cxei -

lace in the 100-yard dash, the in the gym last Friday, lasting I j. Tourfcara tt which opened ( n.j see, Level b.'01* in the j al

--0-v-: "d rash, and the 140-yard through all of that day and SatI I I! Maxwell Wells was elected to here Friday morning. Wattchula, until the very last wHn Erwsbowei

dash; this making 15 points.').Ion1" urday. The final game to decide the position of Varsity foot ball Gainesville Dnval Live Oak Or. great endurance I- forging -

) Marshall: and Cox tied for ,the championship was played manager for the coming, sea'on lando, Tampa and Mo*te Verde aheu't. A be{j 't:'u1 iovii-g cup

s4\ 'or'! !place with ten points each. Saturday night at 8:30 o'clock between I'j' at the student body ejection TiolJ entered teams, while Miami who was presLittd to the winner, ,r;Id
Hilteboro. in Chapel in medals to tii3 fir>c; four llvv.d sales
Follow: ? is the order of events Gainesville and Thursay.Mr. was also entered failed tc put
ud results: The :Tourney, aside from being the Wells is a graduate of Anop- an appearance. to finish, arr+ vher meda:a

100-yard dash 10.3 second? best played since its inaugurat'ondrew I ol's: and by his being elected we The coaches and perFotmei of to the first f' .iv PLuit City; if

)1 fch: Pettaway, Bishop. exceptionally large crowds, are sure that he will make a splen- the teams are: finish. The results ift oJr.lne:
22Q-ya-d dash-21.3 seconds the Duval-Gainesville game Friday did manager for the next year's Wanchula _Krwi J.-Ko" VCrd",

3Htcn: Bishop, Norton. 'night having the largest crowd Gator's. He is a' law student, -Forwards Taylor an*' Suther FinnczsonDuval.D.e1erDevaL: .

220-low lurdIe28.9 seconds.:" ever assembled at the gymnasium.The member of the Theta Chi fraternity land. Center, Moseley; Guards! E
drawing for places in the and lives in Panama City. Jackson-Dsral.Moent .
Monroe, Norton, Connell. Pierce and Thompson; Substitutes, ,
120 high hurdles-17.2 seconds tournament took place immediately test-:;-and- Live- -Oak--and---Orlando- Forward, Morris? Guard Bogey *--Plant City.Vriexe .
-DuvaL (
Monroe before the "rat" St. Peters "
Connell. : Coach W. E. Sawyer.
against each other in the fourth Warren DuvaL
440-yard dash-53.3 seconds'SHteh -'-- burg "Y" game Friday night, and game in the morning.The Gains:lie
Ripley Doral.
Crown Dickey. fond Gainesville paired with / Sanchez
Gainesville-Wauchula Forwards-Ludwig and ; }
game WilkinsonDuval.StaffPlant .
1-2-mile: run-2 min. 7.3 seconds Wauchula the first game Fri. Center Sarra Guards McDowell,
proved to be one of the hardest ; ,
Cox, Bratley, Crown. day morning Duval drawing a bye and Boone Substitutes Forward .... City.
fought and best played games of ; Cabte Plant
1-mile 54.7 seconds for the second game Monte Verde City.Unetinpaw
J'Un-4 min. ; the tournament, Gainesville finally Enwall; Guard, H. Bishop.
-CoxKmgGnro opposing Tampa in the third con- -Plant City.
annexing the contest with a 33 to Coach J. Rex Farrior.
2-mile run-11 min. 42 seconds Duval
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King Gilroy, Poe. Forwards--Katz and Aycock; ..
Pole Vault 10' Marshall, Mc- forward, and Sarra, center for Mont.erdeForwardsCrawley
Shot put 31-7-Anderson, Center, ,Bryan Guards, Reed and
Gill, Rambo. Gainesville was the features the ; and Black;
obinson, Brown.Discus104'5"Gunn. Roths D; Substitutes Forward, Center, Parker
High jump- Marshall, game. Taylor of Wauchula pat ; Guards Bethea
'Eoasci, .Webster, Brobston, up a hard fight for the down state Norton; Guard, Lowenstein.. and Bradham; Substitutes, Forward

Randall. Broad 7umy-19'6 Petteway, lads, ably assisted by Pierce at Coach- "Bob" Marshall, Faculty Brwin. Guard, Bogua

Anderson.Javelin-120'3"--SimmoIUl, Link Todd Brobston. __ : (Continued On Page Fin.cy .). .representative. P. West. COratfcwed on Pa,. Sfft.? 9]


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PRIENDsfflPcothI the Y, and, from ita members-, Well, G. A. 0, WhIttaker, ,F. C. the enthusiastic audience had the Alec During White the reeest ***
r 6 o.. S. pleasure of hearing a "Gypsy Love took oce of .
supplemented from without if necessary Williams, L. W. Worley, } sex to ride in Ida J tie
the Cabinet will be chotcn Wright. Song," which by the way, is rumor following newr or(
CLLPICKFDIY in their Junior year. ed to be Jimmie Melton's favorite She convention
Rmbo is the chairman of lit.
David will UNIVER ITT QUARTET the audience again de- hands are cold. And I htt .
THE CABINETLast the Friendship Council, anj When
supervise and advise the ian in manded encores, two pleasing lit-
I their work. The Council) will OVATION IN; CHAPEL tie selections were given, "Mam- Alec--Oh, I guess )v.zr
r f I' officers from the.1 own my's Little Colored Man"and "My loves you. Your .
, Last Thursday morning; in chap- choose The University Quartette made mOtbr" ;
f : number, and these men so honored Wild Irish Rose (Sunflower. ). you. And you tan sit _
[ '4 d, the freshmen selected for the its first official appearance before hands.
r will confer with Mr. Rambo ill directing The quartette certainly deserves
the student body In chapel on
Rorida Friendship were
tho action of the bu b. the hearty appreciation accorded .
t called before the student body and that the Tuesday when it rendered a program Flor iJoy riding isn't J
It is generally agree*t which drew the most enthusiastic them by the student body of good far
V 4 TaM Cabinet could have nad-j n-) xvi;'tt applause from the audience ida. i 3I I ''o. It takes t o-Yjp-, ,

I ; ,a *These men were selected by theY choice ..kin that of D-ivM lUfilo what importantpart _.
showed -
and an --
for the !fmportait poof i .on of 1 (fd _
Cabinet at special jnettiug on the quartette must have played -
Jflaesday night. Thero are thlrty- of the Council. in their activities in the campaign -
Some day in the near future I
i : seven in all, and they were named the Cabinet awl the Friendship for the Student Activities II
Building. The members of
being the most representative i
AH-day picnic
will have
Council an
I, I,' ;; men: on the campus. Spedtal care at Lake Wat un:. At this popular group of singers are, Jim- !I I '
? ; was taken that every group in timo the freshmen' will very l like mie Melton, first tenor; George j
the University be represented, and Anderson second tenor; Milton \
it i only those men who correspond to ly ceremony be taken which has been advised Yeats, baritone; and Nat Mayo, i i Makes Hair

i; :.1' F the high staandard prescribed by for them. The members of the bass.The I I Stay Combed
r Ij' the cabinet elected. Council are requested to meet with first number given by the

r t1{ The :Friendship Council will the Cabinet at its regular hour quartet was a melody, consisting I i'I Stacomb keeps hair in plac
j.. function thruout the next school of 6:45 next Wednesday: in order of "My Home Town," "We Are !'I all day-No more trouble
laid for this I The Boys of Old Florida," and I with rumpled hair.
year, they will be Sopho that plans may be I
more Each year a new Council event. "Cheer For the Orange and Blue." 1 \ Ideal also after washing yoa
-; will b chosen from the incoml ff The men who were elected to After the applause had subsided. I hair-supplies natural, beno1
final oils which
r''' and
iifil freshman. Their most important the Council are as follows: lustre end keep the hair InplactSfa33z.p
; duty will tome at the very first of D. J. Baird A. H. Beck, B. F. Ber- '
I for
( K tie year, in assisting the new lack, P. R. Bishop, A. K Black; + + + + + + + + + comb Rub.your a b

mien, helping them register and C G. Blitch, T. A. Carter, W. L. At all druggist

:, :; : making them feel at home in gen- Carter, S. E. Cobb, G. W. Coe, Sam uc.w.r r.omrt
E r*:! eral. It is for the uniform as- Cornwall, B J. Copeland. B. Males eHairSlayCombed S
i t i-Jl. ahnilation of the fresmen that the Crain, L. J. Cushman, John Dick-
: ; Oounc111 strive. They will inson, E. M. Goldstein, R. C. Gil- t

4 ; plan roy, B. S. 'Hancock, H. S. Hull, t -
:i ;
? acquaint the traditions K. D. Jones E. R. McGill, H. S.
#'; of the school and help them in the Neal Morris, H P. Peterson B. F.
; [; j thousand ond one ways in wikha. Roche, H. A. Spring, A. E. Stew- FLA. U. BOYS Popular Goods at Popular Prices at
t homesick rat needs helix. The art, W. E. Summer, K. G. Troxler,
: i >, Covncil will form the nucleus of E. F. Trevor, R. J. Vaughn H. I.. I BUDKHIM'S

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35c 35C pa-When you need I

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Clothes well be glad Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox Hats -

J The .Best Service in -. Are featured lines in the Giddens Store.

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Best We have the best equipment in :
the city of Gainesville. We in- xx
y' Equipment Tile* you to call at our plant and I I
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treatment your clothes receive. Our prices have been MILLER'S.We
I ft reduced. *'lf you pay more for your work, you are .
foolish; if you can get it for less, you are in luck.'

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I Tobaccos, Cold] Drinks School] Supplies ;
Y Pennants
Stationery Toilet
Articles Drug Sundries :
Barber Pressing \
Club, Bus Service accommodations Postoffice Shop,
Express Western
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*>, r Chapter Busmeis represented and Professional the Gainesville l' Wo : We"Invite. College Men to See and Try- On Our 0
Omicron of the t
t The men's dub at the National ... -
Epsilon honorary literratJlud Federation :
PW -
meeting held Mare 2 and : -
debating fraternity an- 3. EDERHEIMER i

:troca the following pledges, for hUe .

ttis jemester Gerald H. Bee, routine matters consumed ..
a large :
Cyril a: Bratley, William J. BuJ- part of the tiau much STEIN CLOTHES .
constructive '
lock Erwin A. Clayton, Orville R. work W;s done. A .s.
iroffrura for ltt
Dads, W. Downing Etheridge, T. but r education of: < \
Carrol W. Fnssell .nfl ff women was tried.. While < -$36
S. Ferguson l Tn-cssional $3-- $45' t. _
!KfBSetli B. Halt, Murphy R. Hin- 3tiic women mast satisfy
: educational ,

&01, Lwter W. Jennings, Roger hf.,re they an begin raiaircmcnts the'r Specially designed for the straight, slim figures of .
jemeth Lewis, Sam W. Mclnnii, prefer Varsity .aa tailored .
aDd Horace S. Wilson. ia3 sonal studies, jbusine?$ wonu-a : to look as good in the,showdown as they do in the show e. Some of the
a whole :
fat initiation and banquet is to prrpacd. are not adequately : models hare inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt. _
k! JeJd on the night of March 30. Federal: agreed Some .,
tact have
women bellows shoulders; also belted. Some
ntemplatia< a busi. i have patek pockets that t:
ncsj career should be buttom through, other patch
FARR LITERARY SOCIETYThe required to pockets are plain. Some are two button. Some .
complete high school bcfoo stall are three button. : .
roof in;: a Lusinesa ,. -
progra society ont have all ieadyt'stablis.couree '!ij dubs : All in all it's &showing that reveals tfie finest in fabrics t.-
Monday evening opened with :-d schi'athli Cia!!&ed nakeaviaship. .
a for gir's and niV clauv Extra value is, of course, tcf be expected. .
p Mate on the subject "Resolved :" .
i that the negroes should be colour places conducted in rany: : s

0 Both sides Super-Fine Ederheimer-Stein Suits at and
izecL put up strong The National I Fifty Sixty Dopers ;-
Convention ,
; o5 the
and convincing arguments but by
Federation of business i
1 decision of two to one the nega- and Pro- ; ', .
fessional Women's EVERYTHING MEN AND <
winner. Next Clubs will t E BOYS \f BAR
tire was came a talk :
held in Portia id in July. 4 ..i
by Dr. Leake. His'subject.,was one I : Y
of the deepest interest, "Sidney : ; "
COMIN 4, .
Unier. Dr. Leake quoted several Porter

selections from the poet and ,---- :
Nu Dance F'
--Womans .
i throughout his whole talk held the .
t intense interest of his listeners. I Club March 22 Formal. :: '
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Annual t ClothingCo.
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Thie ended the program and a motion '

i\ for adjournment was given. Founders'Day Club, March 23 Ball Formal.- Woman's {) u.

.; Sigma 11) ;' <>
Alpha Epsilon
Annual j

:'J.1 FARR Program LITERARY For SOCIETY The V House Founders Day Banquet, White Q> ,>, ,?- ./;,.- JACKSONVILLE, CORNER BAY AND LAURA ':*-- .t

I 24; Formal. .
Stray Greek Dance--Gainesville I ,
March 12. 1923 .
I I Country Club March 24, Formal. l .
DEBATE:-Resolved, That the Scabbard and Blade Annual .
Dance Woman's Club April 12, i :
:: United States should subdize t.: Q
; our merchant marine in .;
engaged 9 .
foreign trades.Affirmative Kappa Sigma Second Annual + > .. ,

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i Chance. April 13,, Formal.KINDERGARTEN. AN ESSAY ON '
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See the big v Drugs, Medicines, Stationery,-Toilet and Rubber Goods

Beading: W. F. Anderson.Talk Man, he is a I "Examination"' "*is*. a periodical I We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only i r a.

I Hodges.: Andrew Jackson-R. L. CA-DET, but isDIFFERENT disease. Its symptoms show up ,J' purest drugs used.Gainesville Low prices Quality considered. I N,.a

from each month at regular periods, a Florida. I ..,
OTHERS. He is a _,i usually about the twentieth and -----------------f--- ,

! M L CLUB SEN-I-OR. His last for a period of six or seven r If'1 -._;.'_

LEG-GINGS are days, ,at the end of which time the L;; jffiH2 '
Program for March f 'f\I I -l
LEA-THER. The thing fever disappears and the stronger

AROUND his victims recover from the effectof | 1 I
DEBATE-Resolved, That the WAIST is alsoLEATHER its ravages, while the weaker THE PHIFER STATE BANK t j ,
I manufacturing of and muni- *
and itLKES are left stranded on the rocks in GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
tions of W if! ;
war should by private .
him look the intellectual sea without where ffi .

enterprise international should be prohibited by POR-TANT; he with to paddle themselves to the &RKR&KKR&I I ,..1

agreement. KNOWS it. His shore. This disease is highly con- rj
Affirmative W. J. Mussel watte, J ",r1 :
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... CHEST is net that --, ;
J. T. Tice.Negative.: A. C. Ormsby, E. P BIG, he just ': to all the class rooms on the cam- I i I FLORIDA BARBER SHOP i 1 _
Harry HOLDS it like pus. Unlike any other disease, WEST SIDE SQUARE i f; ,i it t
-- the lower the of intellectual !
Fuel and World Politics-C. E. THAT. Guaranteed Service and Cearteey is our Motto i
HE likes to fever, the more dangerous becomes t ; r}
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Abbott. conditio'ns J. c. PREVATT, Pr p. II jj' ,
STICK '" "' the of the patient t
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I WHen the fever
G. f.
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They seventy five it is considered: dangerous -

Parlii..notary. PracUre- ]> LIKE him below this mark the disease si

NOT, but they is known ,as the "flunking .
PEABODY CLUB : ALL want to be rtge" which is very critical and !!

The i SEN-I-ORS. if allowed to run into this stagein Bedding, Pillow Cases, > j p
program for this week
| -Reville. over fifty per cent of the total .
showed signs Mr. Sheets Blankets
1"--- of preparation number of hours' for which the jj '
.4V:sst was fIrst on the program, j patient is' susceptible it becomes

discussing a five minute it from talk on thh the astronomical "Moon"- FLA. GALLERY TEAM I what "is known as the "shipping RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES I-r i

and lovers point of view, layI I stage. This stage takes its name .' MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER !
: REPEATS VICTORY from the manner in which the _
ing I :
particular ,
stress on the later. j patient is disposed of by the VArious f

The debate for the evening was "proofs" and doctors on the I We Keep Everything for Your Room Ii '
on the following subje<(;, "Re- j; OVER KANSAS{ ACS campus who are collectively .

solved, That County Superinten- I
I as the faculty The
patient's -
dents should be the a
appointed by
state superintendent" The Kansas Aggies were beaten case is generally diagnosedby f.
On the affirntatiti
this board of veterians, who are !
by the University of Florida Gal- rtJ
e were, Messrs Hait, and Skilled in this line and if they @
E Turner On the negative, ley team for the second successive! ; ,
think it
expedient he is
given a .
Messrs: Duval and Conner. The time in the annual match fired a leave of absence that he GAINESVILLEFLORIDAELECTRIC !
points were exceptionally well se- week ago. This is the second year _
betake himself
Sected| and the. orate ry of the speak that a match has been fired with atmosphere that to is more friendly ;! '[
,fro, good. these middle western championsand not befoggedby 2'I.I '

The negative got the decision.Mr. the victory of the last year pestilential vapors.
when the Florid There is no cure for the last -- ---
Halt gave his report as was repeated : -----
critic, which was followed by a team outshot them by seventeen stage of this dreaded disease but

few words from points. The two total scores are, there is a prophylactic which if
a visiting lawyer, SHOE REPAIR
I Mr. E. P. Ellis. The meeting was 3,538 for Florida, while the Aggies administered each day in the proper I COMPANY !Y'

then adjourned. could only raise 3,521 out of the doses, beginning with the first .' SHOES REPAIRED TVHRB YOU WAIT "

possible 4,00z. The ten men firing of each month, is a sure preventiveand t

MISS ;11ILTh1i0RE TI for the Florida team stood-a? fol the patient soon becomes im- SBRYICE AND QUART OUR MOTTOSTVDBOT u

MEETING OF BUSINESS lows. mune. TT. J. W. .

f 1 TVOMEX: Scarborough, 32; Harrod, 361;, I

1t Turner, 360; Trimble, 360; Bice Hot salesman (looking at customers I REPRESENTATIVE K. Wu.'TER.ROO)1 -I rlfl

, Miss Cora Miltimore, the tmi 353; Wells, 352; Schabicger, 350; head)-About aeren? IP BUCSXftK ;

. ersity librarian, return.
Corning from Jackson rflle where 340. j )"Ou. I... -..:...... .r.... wis i+ I

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t CHAPEL TUESDAY the subject of right and a
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29, 1912, at the Post of a
t I Bfiered as second class matter Dr. R. E. Douglas, a prominent trip on which he was
I td'iee at Gainesville, Florida, wader the acts of March 3, 1879. EAST minister of the Macon (Ga) Pres- great Okeefinokee Sway lost k t.
byterian church gave a short address sensation of being l\
d; :: 5SEDERIC! H. LANGWORTHY ....__.._...--.. _-Editor-in-Chief FLA. SEMINARY WILL at chapel last Tuesday terrible one, he said.lost fa I

i ROBERT WRAY _._. _--.......--- ---.----..-----Managing Editor HOLD REUNION HERE morning, on the subject of "Con- I After quoting
T Jj HUBERT WEEKS _._.........Y_._N.....Assistant Managing Editor science. He declared that con- I beautiful of Paul one of Z
I i R.'A. CARLTON .._........._........-................-....----._---Sport Editor The commissioned officers the of science is a man's most valuable -bar's poems. Dr. Douglas '

M. W. OVERSTREET ...:______--u.---, .. _..Asst. Sporting Editor company "B" were hosts to possession. As one's conscienceis ed that it is only tlllOtlth b

ti : W. RUSSELL KING ................___..-... -._..--Makerup Editor men of the company at in a the smoker"Y" sensitive to all influences, science that a man tan bait(?
K held Thursday evening whether good or evil, it is either *
j, K..K. HANSEN ._....._._-.._.....:-...............-...............-......J<&e Editor building. As had been plannedthe I an asset or a liabilty. 0 ed correspondence_ with Be.J "

}i J. F. BLATT ..__;.._......o. .._..:...__.._....-.._-..-Asst. Joke Editor main features of the evening I According to Dr. Douglas, the What
al I FfcANK ELMORE, EDGAR BUSBEE ......_1.....y....Society Editors were "Chesterfields" and Cream, 1 definition "know thyself" derived kind of a plant i' 1

i f :'I J "R W. AMES __.._.__..__.._....._':........_.....:_--.Alumni Editor and although there was no compe1 1 from the root meaning of the word Virginia Creeper? -

; + ,. PARMENTER ..--:....._.........._.Asst. Alumni Editor tition held, or at least scheduled I I I conscience" has come to mean It isn't a plant It's.r4

f i r .ft'G.! _--.---..-: ..........-.......--. Exchange Editor there during was the no entire lack of evening enthusiasm, and i even more. His definition of this road.-Black and Blue dal .

I VIRGIL M. BRADSHAW ......._.. ..-.....- .Military Editor everybody tried to excelL Now I .

I Reporters: J. W. Usher, Don C. Booth, C. D. Keen,*G. A. :Martell, that it is all over some people --

jl ;, J, D. Sibert, T. H. Parham, Sam Cornwall, G. H. Bee, W Emmons wonder how Lieutenants Keller WON'T YOUHAVATAMPA
'E and Ferris could get hold of so
+ B. Gamble.
1. many cones, and how it came ; :: ,.

j l HORACE WILSON ...----...---...-.-.......--....:..._---..--Business Manager about that Captains Bradshaw and

4 i 11 l'; J). A. RAMBO ..___..._.._........:..........Assistant Business Manager > Cox failed to k ep up with them. MILD HAVANA .i -
; Captain Van Fleet was invitedto
attend and showed his appreciation -
f r:' It is fitting that the basketball season should reach its end in'' and good fellowship in a ELI WITT CIGAR CO. !

- ,. a state meet at he University, and that the best teams of Florida short speech which served to pep
t.. I
!' .: should meet upon these grounds to settle the question of high every one up and make further Distributors r

L school championship. With the beginning of the coiiifus fall term, speech making unnecessary. Following Tampa Miami Jacksonville> \

g { f;! :many of the men who play here now for the honor: of their school this ht: showed that he I
was as much one of the "good-
ry' whenit --
fellows" as any one else even I --- --=
: .5. S haps to play basketball/again for the Orange and Blue. This is, came to eating ice cream -

; : i'; then, their initiation into the collegiate world ,to some small de- Captain Ryder did not mind mak- I

; : :J. gree. It gives them an idea of college lfe as it is lived on the ing the statement that! 'B" com .

:-: campus, or as it is seen outside of classroom and la1x>ratory. The pany was the best and 'there was ft" ::::::::t
: and material finds its no reason why it should not be. He
; best of both mental physical ultimately way ,
is convinced, and so is, everyone j
through the gates of our colleges, and this pre matriculation _. .- (
else, that the company is going to '
: glimpse will serve to make its coming more certain. Moreover, as -r
..f- ; i ; come out on top and that it is not )
f' : these men return to their own schools they carry the word* oft going to take a long time for it \

p "Florida" with them so that the idea of college is to do so.Though. > '
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y t brought squarely before the eyes of gradua r ela' :es. How th? basketball games
- : i much this personal contact with a real university may help starting at 7:45 caused the smoker OH, FELLOWS! ;;
{ to be short it was
judged -
a success
decide them to enter college, can scarcely be measured, but that it
in every way. Every one When incomes <
= ; t, Js an important element in forming the decision we can not deny. turned out with plenty of that old to

;; I i Unfortunately, the percentage of graduating high school classes company spirit which puts things STRAW. HATS. ,'Ji'. ,-.:.

which continues the march into college is very small, hardly more across. It is hoped.that there was we are the original early ':
than four per cent, in fact, which shows that there is a need for more of the spirit swapped around birds. .

: better realization of what college means relative to preparing fanned, into a larger glow, and -
carried away at 'the end of the We Have Yours '.
for life's work.Furthermore. .
short session, if this is so, and V > n.w
S I the visiting men'learn while here, if they had since there was plenty of cream NOWNEW t

j not' done so before, that the University of Florida is by no means and smoke, the "smokes" was .

EfI t 3 i a second-rate institution, but that it is indeed as good as may be more than a success and the bat- '- -- ,----- .
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found in the South. In all probability that fact is impresed talion can look to "B" company ;: V I

% A upon them with more force by one brief glimpse of Florida than by her officers and, her men, to ex- _" -
I In month the schools cell in any activity, in which she ,
-\+ reading a dozen catalogues. another high
take ,
part. -
wil send men here for the state track meet,
r;; r for our college were we all to prepare> for the event. Letters from I .... ..... .... ... .. A A A _- >c _ .' _ .... ..... ...
;; ; ; each county club sent to their home schools will serve to heighten ............ .. ..............................'"'j&

} I interest in other phases of the proposed trip than the purely,I .,

i; physical contest.; Such letters should> be in he form of an in'.ita-1. .

tion to visit the university as guests of the club representing their t FOR THECOLLEGE ,

; county, and hence will connote the feeling that there is an organization :

here whic h belongs to them. Moreover, if, each club were 41
J to meet its home team immediately upon its arrival, the comradely .1 1

s spirit of "Florida" is at once felt The lessons of fairness, .
.11 loy&ly and co-operation will follow. '!
*t I :. .
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i I 1 When one ascends a hil, does he rise in spite 6f it or becaus V FURCHGOTTS V
S ; of it? Manifestly he does both. The hill tends to force us / V MEN'S STORE
backward or downward, and so we rise in spite of it. On the I >

} Styles Direct from w
% other hand we could not rise without it. Unlimited energy cm a'. < "Convenient Corners :

4'' i dead level will not carry us upward, ,and our rising in spite oft' Fifth Avenue, New York JACKSONVILLE, 4 1

i the hill then is to be credited to our energy or our will. Again,I O

i" / our rising because of it is to be credited to our energy or our o We are prepared to show your lines of Spring FLA. -

,, t f will. Again, our rising because of it is to be credited to oin Clothing that cannot be equalled by any V t.*

I t wisdom in taking advantage of circumstances, and making of the other store in Florida. V
I. an opportunity for rising. In either case we must do-the hill

Y I I does nothing. Difficulties, losses, sorrows, tend to depress and t't'I : t 'l

t" ".I ; throw us backward. They are circumstances. which we must regard 6 2, 3 and 4 piece Suits. L t
r f : as opportunities. We can rise in spite of them, and riseS .j
:j t: because of them. ', < ,
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I $25. $30. $35 P' l
; 1i I ; What we need badly right at thepresent time is a megaphone, ,

11 y!., for the announcer in the Commons, or some method of preserving I ..1

is 't;:i a temporary hush so the announcements may be heard. Last:1:i:'............................. .fJ:
( + : ;. : week some men missed important announcements because none I .4.............

further than two tables away could understand what was being I.t # ,
1 said, and the cases where not hearing them has led to considerable,
I j
y annoyance and trouble are numerous. Either quiet must reign f
(3 11 k
'.1 i ; when the announcements are being read, or else we need an announcer -
,l with steel lungs and a megaphone, for :those announcements Bring us your old hat HATTERS cPi

k ; are important to every one. to have cleaned and

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t : \ 9:40 Class.Sunday School. H. O..nwahl, Teacher of College Men'i j I t completely. We carry a complete line of Panama- g.

S (; Preaching 11:M and 7:.. worth league $:SO. I I horns and Balib untalsIf \
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DEFEATED BABY GATORS TAKE STATE their time honored rival Duval I The week's road trip opens tt .

high in the semi-finals Friday Lakeland where the Gators takeon t .:...-.-

IASKETBALL TITLE FROM 1 ST. PETERSBURG night winning after one of the Southern in two games on Mar. I patrnnie Gator advertisers. '

most thrilling fights staged herein 16 and 17. Rollins will be the opponents ab
"' --- many a day with a 23 to 19 in Winter Park on Mon- ----t .

BATED ST.: PETE. "Y" Saturday night March 3, began score. Reed and Aycock starredfor day and Tuesday, March 19 and 20. \
DECISIVE SCORE Duval while Sanchez and Sar- On Wednesday and Thursday Stetson -
BY OF 26-16 with a ,rush and Florida boys saw ra led the scoring for the Pur- I will be the victims in DeLand. T Jgr

some expert performing that made ple and White.In The Atlanta team of the Southern I

secured this title lastmsdaj them mostly spectators for the the second game of the night League which is going through

night in the University first game. This ended with a Tampa defeated the Orlando cag- Spring training at Palatka will be .I\

score, of 15-9 for Jacksonville. ers 36 to 31.Saturday the next team against whom the

a when they defeated the St. Then the Gators got roused into morning Wauchula met Gators will stack up on this trip. _

stars Y. M. C. A. by the de- I action and gave the Jacksonvilleboys Monte Verde in the semi-finals The Leaguers will. be played on ; '

Ire.' score of 29 to 16. To Joe, I a rough .scrap for the sue of the consolation play Wauchula March 23 and 24 in Palatka. These 9

go a large share of creditthe ceeding two games, the scores .being winning after a'tie had been declared two games will conclude the first f

,. fine showing the rats made. 15-12 and 15-13 respectively. in a five minute play off. road trip of the season. ;

e game was F1orid -'8 from the Quite a few times the old Florida The final score was 36 to 34. Craw- I HORRORSo
start, although every point boys had thir spirits hoisted high ley of Monte Verde set a new Patronize Gator .. s;
n hotly contested. Some of the by the score, but the "Y" netters tournament and high school record -
Dardruff on those gorgeously Ui-
it passing and field goal work had a brand of playing not equaled when he shot 16 out of 18 i' ted 6hmkiers! Quick! get yourself ;

A has ,been seen on the loca by our squad. attempts at foul NOTICE a bo-tie of "Vaseline" ILdr
Tome and stop that before your reputation
cr was exhibited. The "Rats' t Qld Slim Thompson a basket- Duval met Orlando in 'the sec- ruined. Worse stil-have

re rather slow in getting started ball letter man and Nicks, a rat ond game defeating them 45 to We have received letters from yea temple lost a Remember hair or two Uncle from John'a each

relied. mainly on goals starred for the Gators while Hait 32. The Red and White team had round and glistening pate, and be
friends and member of the forewarned. "Vaseline" Hair Tonicis
foals thrown by Newton and Keller showed fine form. little trouble in disposing of the Kappa an invaluable aid in keeping the

made nine of these out of Stephens, Hait, Thompson, Nick, game but failed to show up as Alpha Fraternity in regard to oar Jealp.in perfect condition. At the ; I '
time, it the niftiest
tries during the game. Keller and Simmons began the good as in their previous game account of their dance. Due to L sleekest same look] to gives the head. ) '

pdgar Jones and M. Harshallje game and Bratley wag substitutedfor with Gainesville. typographical error the statementwas At all disc ctorea and student barber t

the outstanding individual Stephens in second game, then In the final game Saturday made in this paper that the ehopa Erery *Fawf few",rwliirt w rttmmnM .
for the rats while Zeedyk Stephens for Bratley in the final night, Duval defeated Wauchula dnace was given on Sunday night lutt jnsrtly'ntrylttrr cuJ JrcttttMaa.Vaseline*kteaxtt of. tti.*..*

deter and Champ foerg the game. 36-27, and took third place in the Feb. 18. The Alligator Staff express -
stays for the Sr. Pete outfit. Starring for the "C" were Cow- series. their sincere regrets for this '
ii 1
Newton Tor tha lats played den, Bishop and Armstrong at the error and wish to state emphatically -

Lily! gamhe ani hi'ifsloi: the net while Thompson, Haskell and SIX TEAMS WEREENTERED that the dance, which was a ..a.U..T. i{

'veil.ones j l Durrand kept the ball plaYed up FOR BASKETBALL wonderful success and show of HAIR TONIC II

started the ball going ;; to the net alternately. f TITLE hospitality! of the K. A. Fraternity -

i the loop for Florida and put I I, These.games showed the Florida was given at their home on I h rough
ese tg.
al through the basket after men where they were weakest I Saturday evening Feb. 17: II ,
Continued from Page One) tom,.' : xcunsolldolgdl ',,-6'...!
ational passwork down thiir. and in what ways to improve. Being Signed: EDGAR BUSBEE.

He was fed by Newton, at a disadvantage from the Coach-'\\. D. Walker.

a kept the ball well up at cen- first with only three weeks prac- Hillsboro

and was aided by the uncanny tice the Gators did not show the :'orwards-J. French and Walker <-.

sreepting work of Marshall. form they will next Satarday
; Center R. Gonzales; Guardr,
ser after cheer greeted this evening when they play another Mercer and Windsor; Substitutes, ATHLETIC SUPPLIES

rd as he performed some feat se. Also the boxing and wrestling Forward C. French, Guard, Gran-
t seemed almost impossible champions of the University will doff. L

a the standpoints of the encounter Jacksonville champions.Sam QUALITY SERVICE
cpec- Coach-H. Wilsky, Faculty 'rep-
rat Cornwall and Davis on the
resentative-H. A. Hazeltine.'
the end of the first half thee mat, and Neal Morris and Davisas .
Live Oak
pugilists intend to make their i BAIRD HARDWARE CO.
stood 16-7 in favor of Flor- .lc'orwards-A. Airth and D.
Md in the impression that will surely create
second division of.game Gibbs; Center, Cannon; Guards

thee Uts" picked up a year's effect G. Airth and Silva: Substitutes, Phone 7

greatly increased the score. ii *V Forward, Buskirk; Guard,' S. .

play was much faster than in TEN GAMES WERE ,-y
first half, and showed a deter- Coach-W, L. Goethe.,. $ *
tein OB the part of the Fresh- TOURNAMENT OrJ&o'ForwardsHawkins

I he lineups (Continued .from Page 1) and Tinker R. 0. T. C. POST. EXCHANGE
: Center Wettrtein
showed ; Guards, Pogue
guard. The Wauchula team
(29) St. Pete (16) passing and Auger; Substitutes, Forward. Co-Operative
superior: teamwork and -
Poa. airfield Center Davis
but their ability to find the basket
(14) ___ ..TZeedyk'(6)Forward. ( Coach-W. B. Boone.BASEBALL .
.at opportune moments cost them I
_ .' the game.. Military and .Athletic Goods a Specialty
(11) (_ -, d
lpdderer; ( ) "
Hfllsboro defeated SEASON
Pa Forward
rather easily in the second game
(2) __;.JCornett.. (4)Center' The work Rear of Engineering Bldg. I
/ : with a 45 to 28 count.

-........... _.._ ...,Champs of French and Windsor featuredthe
Tampan's play. Crawley
Guard Monte Verde also I SOUTHERN FRI.
hall .._ **___. _.Clifford played good games. \ -i'i,! fi- "!J \mxz3&ttmfttsmr\ ,: <;, _'! .....

Guard i -
The third game
ibsUtutions: Florida Whit- I Gators Leave on Road Trip
and Orlando was won by the
ar for Jones, Brumley for New- Oak latter team with a 33 to 26 score. .Which Includes Southern, EASTER'Sthe 1 1i

Plockleman (2) for Smith, For Live. Oak, Brisca and Gibbs I Rollins, Stetson and Atlanta i

stein. for St. Brown Pete ,Pierce Wanley forshall. for tarred. Orlando had Fairfield.In two good. I time for airing new clothes, not moth .. ;s
in Hawkins and
nett.s men carries Us '
Coach Ricbbjurr
? from Field -Jone3 (7h the cosolation round Friday varsity baseball squad to Lake- balls. We have the former, but not thelat-
chula drew a bye
afternoon r
on, Hocklemaa Zeedyk (2>, land next Thursday to meet ,
not appealing It ter.
[derer (6), Cornet. Goals from due to Miami meet. Southern College on Friday in the ,

|Newton 9 ort of 13, Zedjk the opening of the Verd -LlYe Oak first game of a road trip on which

of 5, Cornet 2 out of 5. The Monte won by Monte Verde, the team will play eight games Null Sed '
eree from the fora
and be
-Manchester.of displayed away campus
of pr.o.-s 20 mlnnt e. 48 to 24. Monte Verde again work and- few days over a week. The order .'\. r

-- unusual team of 'practice luring the w-ck
SONVILLE "Y" DEFEATSTOR Teqn rather handily. The work of has consisted of games betweenthe BURNETT TH CLOTHIER :
Bta* for
VOLLEY BALL TEAM Crawley and rat team under Coach Beasley .
Verde and Airth and Silva and the regulars. The varsity

match in which Jacksonville Live Oak was good. won all thes practice games.
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: k i + + + + + + + + + + Fiiii iiiiiiiii Fate, which places one of the joys
I' of his dreary existence under the | FIRST NATIONAL BANK

,; 'f: t; 4 X. K. HA1'SBN ATROCmES J. F. BLAIT iF ban; which writes "Verboten" j Incorporated 1888 -
,,,' ,. > + with a firm hand across that page Capital! $100,000 FLOC sisn.GAJNESVIUB .
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i- in his memory which he devotesto ,
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61kd YdiM + + + 4fMt44f'lfbiri + + ffFi the remembrance of this last deI__ 4Ia __ .... .... .... -. 4Iao-",
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4. l! "Yes lie's so dumb that he A pole prop ascood as on the windswept parade ground .
he will sob involuntarily as he sees
ti ,thinks he can pass one of Dr. a wheel.-
j r Crow's+ re-exams." But I argued "What works with only a freshman, with head bowed THE REXALL STORE NO 2

a wagon, sorrowfully, even as his own, 719 W. University Avenue

,t L t "Yes he's dead:; ; choked on a Wouldn't go with an automobile. wandering listlessly, without since des- Drug Store Nearest the UnlvtrsltT' .IUlfhe .
tination, without purpose,
4 ',I; .p doughnut.. lizzie' was all down his soul-satisfying pleasure hoc Prompt Delivery Service PHONETIIEUNIVERSIrYBOOKSTO1 3&0.) JI

"A whole doughnut an' out, been denied him. Never before

a : "Oh no; a doughnut hole." An' 'twas two 'miles on to fellow-students, in the history of .
j r the farm- the University has such a thing I

I At last we have him: the rat But nothing could I worry' 'bout been done. Never, since the day ;
;i who is perfectly oblivious to ev- When I had me queen by the arm when the Sophomore Class forbade -
2. ) : rerything that goes on around t : the use of snort-cuts by the I
and about him. I've never seen days rats, has such a fatal step been Basement Language Ball

; ;1 i The other day Kenneth Harrod any sweeter taken. And never my friends, !

jj t come around to draw out his Than. those with me little has indignation run so high upon
1 f pack; a week late. Sergeant Hund- old Fo'de; the campus. We have been deprived .
'Twas and frolic with of an institution, an integral I I
Efty asked him why he hadn't joy me
New LiD eof University Jewelry and
j ,; drawn it already. 'skeeter/ part of our life, blown hither, I Stationery,lun

11} "I didn't kno wabout it," says"Well Though I walked as much as I and zither by the variable wind Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps, Ileaa.
1 I' J I 1I.a1ro T. P. dents shall sit idly by, without I3ookS Etc.
I don't see how you couldl! we t I ory
I protest, and submit this outrage
L j. mis drawing it at your first .I
.;:f el&ss., Were you here last week?" upon the finer feelings of man? ----- ----
'tl; "0(4( yes, I was here." D No! We shall submerge our pet- -
;; ""Everyone els drew their pasks ty jealousies and prejudice, and ; --.-------------:-

a on Monday and Tuesday; you I demand, as one man, unified, t
f::' must: have cut class on Monday." BIG PEP MEETING strong and determined, that Mass Greenleaf & Crosby Company

-f., That's right; I was in Jacksonville Play be continued, as before.NoranWhat' .
i h:;1"' on Monday. .JEWELERSJacksonville

t : "And Wednesday ,they used the The officers and buck privatesof I ? -aiong, so 'nj It
hi f: / packs in class, How is it that 'Florida's quality company of
f Sonny-I burned hand in the
i my Florida
you didn't notie then?" the batallion-Company D assembled f ,
I 5 IJ, !. at the "Y" Wednesday night hot water.
:;: "Oh, I don't know. I wasn't Pay- ;j
'(J ing much attention." for an enthusiastic pep meeting \orah-Serves yep right. Why t Medals, Class Rings and Pins. Commt-
Money prizes were awarded to didn't ye feel the,hot water beforeye
P Dr. Enwall has inaugurated a those who had shown unusual ab- put hand in it-Jack-O- t tees in search of loving: cups or trophies, )

t F:I movement c recently which is decidedly ility along military lines. ,R. H.Mobley Lantern.your: t suitable for Golf, Tennis,or other athldic
: :. of J. N. Boyd, and Don C. ,
worthy success. Beside I
t events will find it an matter t
t; it the gifts of men who endow Booth secured the awards for the easy .
it'' hairs in universities pale into best drilled soldier, while the best Nuf-Have you had any experience t Choose from selection packages whichire

i: insignificance, it gives the poor drilled corporals were W. D. Hen- If- in gym work. f will gladly send upon 'approval.
; But charitably inclined student a derson, E. E. Raasch and J. E. Sed-Well, IVe danced with a

chance to rival the largess of thI" Schabinger. The squads of which t lot of dumb bells. .a..------------------I
late lamented Mr. Andrew CarII W. D. Henderson and W. H. Cotter \ I
I { negie. It is meet and fitti.ic that are corporals were given the ------- ..

!II this idea originate at the Un\versttty ; prizes for the best drilled squads. .
:I of Florida, it is "thus that Each of the officers made a !
+ i I r schools attain fame and glory short atalk and urged every one "
I f abroad.. And only in the rn'odf to do his best every day .and in
i r a philosopher coulj suea: i btaeBcient every way to make the company I Ie
j''r project originate. In short better. .Although' the road to mil- ,I'

(a t t Un, Enwall proposes to am asby 1 itary gloryy is a ricky one, the !i
1 contributio i and subscripUj'i: r me nof Company D are determined .
i t j j t fund for the purchase of a ccu'jht to reach the pinnacle of efficiency.The .
I be insta' =;d ''. h":? c'a.st4om, enthusiastic spirit of the .1 No CITY needs a "Welcome" sign on the
; in order that such \:'Him- of the company was maintained by the house or along the road at its corporation -

,fell god Morohcu; as, I:. B. Hi.pit, zealous singing of D company' "I limits if the reputation has gone forth
,; j U Gene Foy, Cat Anderson and K.3C. time honored anthem. 4' "
I that it is a well paved town." The brick
; .
Hansel may repose:: i". peace Two-round boxing bouts were ,
r I i lira the'heat' I lcctlrss on vtr- the feature of the evening. Captain I J paved city is a mecca to the automobile traveler. i

,f.i I i I'i coos and sund-y subjects. CcnSrHnrtions Paul and Captain Bullock put Tourists pass the word along" Go through
may be handed to up a lively scrimmage and Dick "
Bricktown. "Mudville"
George Paschal, the thitr! man Dowell versus "Ty" Cobb was rio '
1t ,. from the right on the front row mean scrap. The contest between carefully avoided because there you drop
i: Those to date are listed bejow. Morris of the first platoon and off of smooth brick pavements at the corporation '

t .; Dr. Enwall ...............--- ..., 25c Lowe of the second was declareda
and enter those cities
11 g Dr. Buchholz .... ,... .... ........24c draw. over rough,and
I; Dr. Norman .... ......? .'...._, 23c: The company then initiated the rutted unimproved or poorly paved streets.

Dr. Murphree ..-.__. ..._. .-. 22c movement "right ,by file" to the ,
j I, The ,Beneficiaries ___ _$1.00 ice-cream freezer where cones and VITRIFIED
It is generally: understood' that wafers:were served by the com- L.
1.i Dr. Eu:hhoz and Dr. Norman manding officers. (Editor's note.--
contributed so heavily because This
; story was written by a member -
:.J their classes would partake of the ; of Company D. It is 'easy to

,J Senefits of such a gift to the Uni- see that he thinks there is none i ,--
1M ,i versity.: Dr. :Murphree dug down better than "D".)
J Deeply because he has never re- I
t eased a worthy cause as yet. Gene TO ARMS! PAVEMENTS
'1 i Toy speaking for the beneficiaries I :;
i J, said that they'would pay two bitstpfeee A TUrner which has been going
( for a good nap any day. the rounds the pact month was advertise a city throughout a wide radius, and

I E '_.-- substantiated with a finarity and attract the tourist like a magnet. Brick pavements -
l On a cold winter night a brutality which
was shocking, '' label a city
as one
having civic
\ pride
: ,
by the heater, at drill last.Tuesday. Gentlemen,
i '-\"When me old pipe's smoke afoul attempt to violate one of and a city that has civic pride usually has every

+ \ is curlin', the rights, the joys, and the inal- thing else that a tourist happens to want. On

i a cmember me old tin 'skeeter' ienable' privileges of a Floridaman top of all this it must be remembered that brick
I j Acct the days when I went girlin,. has culminated, in the an-
3( \\ nouncement which was made at pavements so long and cost so little for

i recall one night the aforementioned drill the other *Y maintenance and repair that they are genuinely
i J I r 1 went ridi'n day. Henceforth, according to economic pavements.NATIONAL .
f I ; "Wltn a 'corn fed queen' that vile and obnoxious edict, the
oat o' town. homesick rat
and the valorous
t la glee we swiftly were glidin''J."hen sophomore will be compelled to c PAVING BRICK
me old rear wheel tumbled waste their time
every Monday
t_ dawn. from twelve to MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATIONCleveland
one, on the futile
speculation to the cause ot'
s KB.girl sez_"This job ain't' the banishment of this one diver- OhioJ '
a hard un," sion. As he sits in the dormitory ,
1 c 'JU though she were skilled lathe window and gazes out across tha

art. ,campus he will see the stately
Cnt fix it?-I beg your pardon; pines and the drooping
jth alT mend it like Paw did the cart.* in a dreamy haze; his vision will as

be obstructed by the t.earaTG'lda
:site says, "The axle will will fill his
eyes as he rominatej
S 1 fcwg on ""--_ upon the .
t tf a cruel'

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N'I B. St. John *! I\ and I I THE LYRIC THEATRE ". .,J '

t COMPANY I f Yon Know How We Stand on All College'Blatters
( I Druggists : Phone 32 J
+ + + + + + + + + + ++ + + + ... 1i
;. }+ + + + .n.n> + + i f, -- -- - - ---- --
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y-SrADIID{ TO and to him goes a lot of the credit -- ... ..
c -r OVER A MILLION fop the winning of the doubles sets I i --, ................................

S -- Line and Crawford were the Sanitary & I 4 .
sat- Cleaning
;sersity of California Feb. telites for the t SPORTING GOODS i
(P. 1 N. S.)Work on the Sandspur. t Pressing Club I! 0 FeotbaD Tennis
;; of California stadiumgf .
rapidly continued. Engin- Opposite Star Garage I g Hardware of All Kinds _
little fear of a VALUE OP EDUCATION SEE US t
n pressed: : :
which might take place af- Here I LET US CLEAN 'EM I It .,
are the figures,
tie recent heavy rains on the from Government statistics the : THE THOMAS COMPANY :
Hill. Two ;
of Charter steam man with college training has 817 t Dyeing and Pressing Also Phone 22 r d 3.
re1J and nine wagons are at times more chances for success Phone 675 WEST SIDE OF SQUARE -_ .

ork taking material from thee than the man with no schoolig, t t T

ide which the stadium is 215 times more chances than the 4I I 4....................G......4S
built. A large amount of
common school graduate, 9 and = :
sting is facilitating the work of
more chances than the
ion. The total cost of the
high school graduate. These figures ffiHSKHBK2fHB2f
will be over $1,000,000- A. H. Doran

:of N. Sagebrush. deavor.-Tethnique.apply to every field of en- For Bicycles and lF,



I Victrolas and Records .
After winning every place in thejllnping Spring training in fotball promises I
competition the Mc- to make its x
apperance at Og- "

skiers Saturday left the Cote afternoon des Neigeson un-' style.lethorpe The this report spring in that big league Tad r I OTTO F STOCK I 1 D. R. COX, Proprietor TELEPHONE 86 i ii

champions of the McGill Browning will be down about the !:fif .
inter Carnival, and also of the j f;!a
first of March to take charge of TAILOR !I!ffiffiSfKH2SffifB2Kffifi -
ned meets being: held under the proceedings means that the i
e auspices of the Eastern Inter- Petrels t I
are already undertaking AND t
eguite first time Ski Association.for three This that is their gridiron work for the next t t tI' I
e years season with deal
great of
a ear j
Montreal athletes have captur- nestness. DRY CLEANER I III j ST. PATRICK'S !CATHOLIC CHURCHE.

a victory from Dartmouth and -Oglethorpe Petrel. I' ., MAIN, STREET, NORTH .
i fact until the close of Satur- II t Phone 354 J JI ,
morning's activities on the Sanford Herald Pooints To Uni Reverend John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector .
pus it seemed evident that then versity's Need of Department II I I------- ,-- TELEPHONE 629

and White team would main Of Journalism I I II
the lead they earned a weeko .
-o .a.o sooi
at the preliminary meet held The following editorial was i SCHEDULE OF SERVICES. .
|i Honorer, N. H.-McGill Daily. taken from the Sanford Herald I I YOUR RAZOR i I I SUNDAYS-10:30 A. M. and 7:45 P. M.

commenting on Professor Ralph I WEEKDAYS-7:30A.. M.ALEX .
DONT MARRY CO-ED. Stoutmaire's recent trip to Jacksonville :'"j BLADES I II Ij t't

with Journalism class 't j Sharpened at about I
oneI -
[An organization male studis the ,
of during which class.edited the < I --
about to be formed at the five editions of the Jacksonville third the cost of new bladesSWEARINGEN'S t tt ............ ........
luversity of Wisconsin of males Journal for one day. The Herald t II '
i pledge themselves not to mar- sets forth the great need of a t : : CAFETERIA :
college women. It will be department of Journalism here at I I II
t as the "Socity for the Wel- the University. Such comment I 0 O
bre. of Male Students." "The oration :- from the great dailies of the state ) Opposite Fire Station a o i
: Z the place to get 1
is intended primarily shows a growing interest in the -------
i influence men in university University that is gratifying. in- : what you want when : [

'nst chasing a woman student deed. : : yon want it. : i
a wife", the reason stated is The editorial in full follows. (
t roth marriages are apt tot The University ofPloridas class : t t'"
in divorces or unhappy'e in Journalism edited last night's
A 6-
| relations.-McGill Daily. edition of the Jacksonville Jour- ,\ e ............................... I
nal and it was a most creditable : '
SOCIETY DAY AT MERCER edition. The work was done under ti, -
the supervision of Ralph Stout- i
A holiday with a late morning amire who is the nominal head of SEE !

P to start the day off, a wealth the department of journalism at ... It
I fair women a word of pep andJtlrasiasm the University. With very little I Vidal Drug: Company :

any number of at hand in the way of equipmentthe FOR DRUGS STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES, : I II

*hes.thatwould do credit to University is trying to put CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENS
ifcero, and last but the most im- over a department for journalism I ""r

"aet to a few, plenty of ice and it is hoped that this important r

cake and punch-all these phase in the life of the university -_... ... _. -/ _... -. .... ..
ings and manifestations charac- will not be :O*rlooked. Every We grind Our Own Lenses ,
'ud l the third annual Society large university in the land hasa I .

7 celebration that was the or- department of Journalism and NODELAYgainesVi11e t Frames and Denison. ; t
.er of the day on Mercer campus there is no reason why Florida Florida. .t
rdaY. Mercer Cluster. boys' should go away from the II'i '

state to get a real course in jour- I Crepe '
I Under the able coaching of Pick- nalism. We understand that in
ts Coles, who made a name for another year Rollins college will .
!lIUSelf in the basketball world have a' department of Journalism I !f.II I F.
e at Clemson, the freshmanhas and other colleges in the state I

gotten off to a good will take it up and it will not do Norah Norton Novelties .
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aft on what should prove to be for the University of Florida to o }

Irost successful year. With a lag behind.-Sanford Herald. I SMITH'S i if i ... _ _ .- ..... -. ... 'WI. .
her,of good men to pick from,
e first string is composed of oldh -
school and prep school stars Med-That was a sad defeat our i i

Ilo via next year be making basketball team received. f h475I I STYLE I

hints decidely hot on the varsity Ley T es. Even the grandstand _
( !
was in tears.-Medley. BIGGEST

i He-May I have t>>e next dance. WAR
r Not cheap imitation, but the -
DEFEATED She-Yes, if you can find some 54
f I BY GATOR TENNIS TEAM one' ...to dance with. Yellow Jacket I market highest for grade Men shoes who on demandhe the Our system of operation makes r "i ,
t best at reasonable prices I for exceptional valuesuneicell1
:Haying fast and hard games, Made in a standardized unit
5e Rollins tennis girlSs Bead t factory where only the latest \
team was bare- First man-I saw a Material ed service 1/
|'nosed. out in defeat by the Unity floating down the river and-it was I I I and styles worker are nship adopted.of the highest I s
!! of Florida team in both sin>rir-g.' : class. Real Calfskin up-
ogles and doubles in the college Second man-What was it singIng I pers solid oak leather soles and I -
sums last Saturday. counter Wing Foot rubb i
? I heels lasts that have style fit
*Ptain Suits-Hats-Furnishing: Goods n
of the Tar nettters, was First man-I ain't got no body. comfort. Just the shoes you are
isily the outstanding star of the I I looking for. Come and see
'atrtes, winning both of his sets Conductor-Dd? I get your fare? t BAILEY THE CLOTHIER
\ the singles and playing the stel- Gloomy passenger I tlon't 1eID'e .;
* role in the doubles. Seeds al- know'whether you or the eorapinypot I! SMITH I TAMPA FLORIDATHB
i deserves a great deal of credit it. but I've paid my farOTel- I
the Manner in which he played low Jacket. --- -- ,

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< i '"; MANHOOD SCIENCE AND TilE 1 person must -be a mechanic beneficial who i STATE (CIVITANS SWIMMING TEAM are Moore out for, lIowatt the dabes, Bit
I something -
it : PUBLIC SCHOOLS I does or Lorraine,

{ ; 1 with his head and han4 i WILL BE HERE 16TH LEAVES FOR TRIP distance mE Bogue n. Bit ana, -
k- i Science is definite, systematic, In carrying out the|above contracts Whitaker are
l tJ classified knowledge. Manhood is each person must have. I ___ fancy ,

!d here derived from the words man, Article HIThe Four-'Universal -- I''I Guest of the University And NEXT THURSDAY She-I am afraid--I --.....

? wo-man, and man-us, the Latin Principles of Life. Of Rotary Club make-up exam. ,
word for hand. Mandhood science 1. Intelligence know how to
:1 f. i He-Your
E e is the joint work of all sciences use his head, his hands, his time, t On next Friday March 16, th? Next Thursday morning will leave the I face shit

and agencies united to build and and money or, property. i University will be honored by the Florida swimming team Those; who--
j equip the highest types of man 2. Honesty-to be trusted togive of the Civitan Club of here in autos to mectt the beet Florida adv .
presence Alligator
I state. Dr. Man-
t and woman and fit them for intelligent and get a square deal of Jacksonville, and representatives swimmers in include ble for you to read 1Itab i1kph
in bargain chester and six men will
: self-government. This is scientific honesty every t of different Civitan Clubs from
(_ I ; ,: : /he science of human heads and with himself and others. t all over the state. These club the full -squad. This is the first -0---
1 will
t hands. 3. Good-will-.to cooperate with of a series of meets that A
the Good
the of
: I members are guests the j Plate j
useful 'calling be the hardest
Thru a world-wide educational others in all honest,
... University and the Rotary Club h1've'ever f A Quiet Place
I Science aims and work. Florida water-gators
campaign Manhood
t of Gainesville, and many of them
% to put into the public schools and 4. Freedom-to think and act come to receive their first impres- had. Negotiations are tinder way | L the popular education( every I within the limits of the first three. sion of the University. After a now that will practically assurea j 1211 W. Universjtj At r
J country the Benginner's Complete The fourth corner stone of this meet with Kentucky Military 8 4i
luncheon on the commons at noon
5 .i" Outfit and Working Program for outfit is: they will begin their visit proper Institute in Eau Gallie on Thurs- !
Every Day Life. This.system seeksto Article IV. The Final and Com- day afternoon. Friday afternoon TI'COLLj
to the campus, and it is to Vlp
train every child of man for intelligent plete Knowledge, Law, Authority, them impression of the they will meet the Palm Beach .
give an
-. honest self-mastery, self and Model bYwhich man can man team in Palm Beach. On Saturday DRUGGiS'lITHE !
I work at the University that the
( ; government, self-management, age himself his children, and X.H afternoon they will meet the EXALL S :
giving a
lI j Military department
"I -evolution, self-support, for (human affairs. strongest team, when they compete Agent tor
4fr: j r:: friendly cooperation with others This authority is not found In Military exhibition during the af- with the combined city teams Liggetts and X O",
ternoon for which all classes are
t_ tu f in world improvement, and to pension the artificial customs or in the of iMami and Iiami Beach. This J GainesvillE I
, dismissed. --
f1 !; i himself for a period of voluntary conflicting traditions of any or team includes swimmers of national j I

I Ijl, service without pay, and for all people fror.t'the- dead and savage SENIORS NOTICEAll repute who live in that resort

tI 1.. his old age. _, past. '. for the winter. Among their local s H: 0 E
: '1 i THOU SHALT LOVE THY Man finds his Knowledge and seniors see eithr K. K. Housen talent is the fifteen year-old boy
: =; NEIGHBOR '.THYSELF" Laws in his own complete person at the Kappa Sigma House or who has, rather recently wbn the H B. !l. TBSffli
i "- -: in the earth, in the farms, in the H. M. Braddock at 46 Buckman or S. A. A. U. Sr. diving championship. -

:JI Is the supreme law or all hu- world in which he Ihjps; iy our the College Inn, for senior ques- *

; man hands, in which God and Maker and His tan living sciences; tionaires. These must be filled out .. I 0 Gainesvtfc,
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3 :' science combine., This is the law and especially in his own !head and t and turned in by March 18 if you
t for all neighbors, partners, for two hands as he works with the wish your college record in the | mankind in the living present and t E. Florid

I ,; ; husband and wife, for, men and earth to develop himself and his I Seminole. future. I
4d :j I woman, and or human beings in children. I i By the scientific, systematic

1 ;(\ i education: religion, business di Man's Model is the one who lie-Have yov /er read Toa { public education of the youth of I S H 0 BEagle

[ ; i ; :.! everywhere. stands supremely above all others, I Dandelion. v today, we can establish peaceful i

"t'.1. From birth to death, human namely, the Great Teacher and His She-No. How do you get, them intelligent homes for tomorrow. ,

a \ life is absolutely dependent on the complete scientific System of Edu- to listen?-Yellow Jacket. By this means ignorance, violence J

,, t ; intelligence, the honesty, the cation, Self-government and Life I I wars, F-ooze, extravagance and I f Bar rIt
t !. ; good-will, and the freedom, of human as these were. taught and demonstrated destructive self-indulgene' can be I
F ', r heads and human Hands to by Himself. The early I ruin from the ignorant savagery I banished from the world forever. FCSEXPERT

: f : f work together with their Maker writers spoke the best they knew of the Ypast. False systems of As teacher, preacher, and world : t
:* > : .j f j and the earth to supply the honest but they did not know God thru life followed by those who seemed student in 140,000 miles of travel, I 1\ SER..

.:a ;. needs of mankind. in the living the revelations of His sciences. to know no better, have loadedour Manhood Science has given tho J Jt
I j'
1 J,, ', -I r j present: and future. God's living sciences lead a man children and grand children author the freedom of the world t If you: cal once ydt

k I I; t THE BEGINNER'S COMPLETE to open the windows of his soul I with fabulous war debts, rack: ha- I i and enabled him to pension him- I t again.

k .ii r WORKING OUTFIT and admit the light from all di- tr?:l apd distrust of themselves- I i self for voluntary service without Next Door to Alaej(
1" Our Maker has given us heads, rections. of God.\and of Mankind. pay, and to develop' and prove the t
f-- I : I hands, time the earth whichf The Final whole .
,, t I i t THE GREATEST INSTITUTION. Remedy for Human I Self-mastery System of Education I
f I! have represented by property Wrongs. I I Government and Life, !

4 f money. In briefest form four articles Civilization demands, and Man- We;the parens, teachers, preachers I briefly outlIned in these pages. !} ---
i will give the fundamentals hood Science provides a Supreme and officials in church and I ALBION ELI SMITH.
I I of this outfit. ... Teacher and Leader whose Habits I state must be more intelligently j 1

\.1'I} I I Article 1. :Man's Complete and System of Education and Life honest with our Maker and with j 1 I SAL

:/ I't' I Foundations of Contact with Himself can be understood and followed our children.; With a fraction of i Subscribe' for THe Alligator.Everything I
profit and I t We have pu aid
t I and the world.: with by men women the moral courage and self-sacri i ---
If Manhood Science prepares every children of all countries for seven fice, on our part, which we de- I pair L. S. Army ldina

:. society, oifganization, institution days and nights in the week. mand of the soldier in exposing : shoes, sizes 5 1-2 t&lI

j,; I or person to make the following The public school is the greatest I himself and killing his neighbors Electrical } was the entire ser*

i i I square deal,pledge or contract and nort::: c-.o: ,:, institution" J in wars started by older men; we j I JOS. J. SEYKORA 11; one of the largest t t
$ I e:: n r shoe centr
; J with himself. In the use of my agency of all tim for fc"tSag can discard the conflicting reli- I I PHONE 107 t v
( i head, my hands, my time, and my and uniting the human race for gious falsehoods from the child- I GAINESVILLE This shoe is gusrsrU
I : money, I will undertake to give universal peace and good will. hood of the human race. Having I FLORIDAA i hundred per cent soled\

: ( and get a square deal of intelligent The Galilean as the Great done this, we can rule ourselves, i color dark tan, \\xem\\

i scientific honesty and goodwill Teacher started the first public tfiir (iildren and all human and dirt and waterpr< )

' r j( in very bargain and contact: school and the common people! attended 'dhftpc; affaire by our :Maker's .nice front bedroom; also table i tual value of this sb

3' 1 1. With the earth, the farms, and heard Him gladly. The United Benevolent Living Sciencesand Owing to this try
board, block .. J
northwest Co!
) and all that is below me. spirit' and aims of the .public Laws. I we can offer samebb

_1 j i ; 2. With my Maker's (one Supreme school are the most nearly divine We can put into the public !legs Inn. iu at $2.95.

f :Maker and many smaller of any institution, because the schools of every country on eartha I Send; correct sae. I!
} ones including myself) the heaven State here acts as the supreme Beginner's Complete Outfit and SEE MRS. 31. L. PEEL. : man on delivery or3
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), !! and all that is above me. parent of all the children and System of Education, Self-govern order If: shoes arresewc

q' :? 3. With my fellow men and youth, within its borders, regard- ment and Life. In this way Manhood ----..... III j /e will

I neighbors all around me. less of religion, wealth or paren- I I Science will train the children I Anerbaclf 1 Fine Candies fund yc t'r mo ey

I '.1 4. With myself-my head, hands tage. The teacher is the parentof and youth of the world for I f t. t ._ t":: .. .
-L t : ,t time and money at the center of the whole room or class who the intelligent honest use of their I Iheads. lOcI f P I

2: I. all these friends. sit together as ore family at the ,\ their hands, their time. I j I GROCERIES t"j II II I N.itcai : 5i 3te

t { t t Another test for every instiut- same,educational table. Here they and their money and talents, not I J DORSET & CO. I
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;. I t tion or person is this: Does he learn to think to study. ; work; for self-indulgence, 'and war, but- j .......---- ---- ;;.____. atooc ;irk, N. 1' '
-' .j : r give an honest square deal in. and to play together as friends in supplying the honest needs of j a

every bargain with the, fathers, and not as enemies. All that is I -
the mothers the sons, the daughters good either in act or tendency ,
t f H and the Maker ,of men the should be a hnitted from the kin- SALE-ARMY SHOESSALEWe PIANOS PLAYJR

t ,t world around? dergarten to the unh ridty. Every have just bought a tremendous ,f;
It I In keeping these pledges each thing that is bad in tendency or stock of Army Mur.son last i i EDISON PROM)GRAPH:; = :

;I.ti pereor must make use of Article act should be excluded from. this Shoes to be sold to the public \ Sheet Music trmgl
: I i: i II, The Creator's Fundamental, sacre family circle. direct. Price 52.73.; These shoesare I' KELLEY
United Living Sciences. The last great Battle of the Ages 100 per cent solni l lea I : MUSIC CO., Next: Door to : /

,1 These are commonly classed as All life is constantly and ab o- with heavy double soles sewed I .

i ;t! three: I. Chemistry, 2. Physics, lutely dependent on God's three and nailed. The uppers are of I ---- -

t il I : for a common word here called fundamental sciences, Chemistry, heavy tan chrome leather with 'GATOR ;
; ; Mechanics', 3. the bellows tongue, thereby BARBER SHOP y ,
: ,! and Biology, Physics and Biology. These are making
1 I !.:: science of life. With human beings therefore ternally and completelythe I them waterproof. These shoes I IN COLLEGE INN !.i:'

Biology divides itself into friends of man and his {a1 r.-. are selling very' fast and we advise Open 8 A. I1to 7:30 P.M. Saturday ld:0 1

e 'I 3-t a eight distinct persons and stages I The great struggle of the past I you to order at once to insure TWO GOOD BARBERS ; '
1 I. ,i; of life recognized by state laws. and present is not a strie between your order being filled.

III :., Thus we have the following ten persons as men and women. The I The sizes are 6 to 11 all width; I I l
i united, benevolent, living sciences, strife is between systems of life pay postman on receipt of goods w

di3 i f f and government managed by wise, or send money order. Money FRATERNITY JEWELRY
or by misguided human beings.It refunded if shoes are not sat 3-
;/: :- Boyhood, 4 Ianhoor1, 5 Husband- is a life and death contest of factory. The U. S. Stores Co., Official For All Organizations.
j hood 6 Fatherhood, '. Girlhoood, God's United Living Sciences 1441 Broadway, New York City.
8 Womanhoood, 9 Wifehoood, 10 against Man's Artificial Customsand CIa&I Pins and Rings, Chapter Guards Mecfeb, '
1 Motherhood.God Conflicting Traditions from FOR RENT Trophies, Miniature .
I i'I isthe Supreme Chemist, the Dead and Savage Past. Nice gOIq.and silver. Basketballs Baseballs, Fot

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