The university news ( January 5, 1907 )

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Title:
The university news
Uniform Title:
university news
University news (Gainesville, Fla.)
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v. : ; 55 cm.
Language:
English
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Gainesville Fla
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua Countty (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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29.665245 x -82.336097

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 19, 1906)-
General Note:
Editor: A. Clyde Evans, 1906; Sam A. Sanborn, <1907>.
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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g iwMs. we pla 9d di
Mrt.y o =tplayed te P ism eo web

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games, wiaanig all of tlhoe played
Ia OyImesyt oad linng the "the
alyed white on the r"etd. We
eSe out four potafts hee O the
masnd, s taking al oft ags e t
at umalusi s we fuel ta our

To Mr. Frsythe, or s we bW

penle caaot e gives. It w
eusy by his tIheess eeats s
maugat help thas we wee abe to
lbew amy team.at all. Indee thei

the U. of P. wa exceedlagly daik
at timhe i a ollg tahe ye. Ar.
ese after Pe We had stasta^
t-egs to meviug. The 1as of
thiee gd footalheB by thelUE
subhel sed lay the sgr mb
et mny 1- -the pul


amd. the boy tt nd
Aneb tos tdh- e ysat ea _- e

Cap"ai and full back bad played
two ya of olge hell and of
sWame. M aslin hserMe uwomb a
bly has o equal I thea mm I ate
age. A bad tedecy to IMe
however,mad as s o otherwise vey
god record. He played a e
iesM g meWm diving extra. 4
Shanals ad Curb a t we the9
two haiswo left ant neht r.alapc-
trsely. Thamey payd ia cvty
gami and vcr let up in their lagd
wMrk fr tie giod lA the teafmL
C hbett did the forward piMgf
lad sid ktcks while SandW did
the receiving of them. Te way,
i which these plays gaimad gred
M well for them. They toek
e of kft el, anild it w&4 o ly in
S vanrsh anal the last IElas.
game. ta, o*"vwe @r'-t cland
that tro. Sht-' w" verr a
eo his rt ad hi I tak'inn he' *u
the !i4t w -- of q Terv hh order
Corhet wa unnamiwnidy elicled
ICpmIn ofhe 107 U. #f P. team.,




deo play". ha every gais ut
am an gaivadee eqiT evero
gasseft ofdtheaer ad Wpby ayedeI
oblr Ifor the -goodf te w
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dm wa very of t m. mea
Ip em or" Aow thim.Te t ao -
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hm -e a hmed a s ga-. S
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eb year.
As interfere and defensive


BtI ack Gibbs played one of


iat games of may one onI
W is placewas a bard4
SS sad to say that he fAiled


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VIWfes as gem, d emid I
god fethae If he emly wi
Be Imewa how, but be did
er hndmahef enomigb at the ri
tome. The steem toa manmuik
he traiteg to play conege fotht
Wh dea didaot dotbis and a
e- ally did not play the gi
he dmdd heaw. He did play
md game agaiat Riveridde hi
er, whiheb only showed that
really ead play If he only won
Ad st hst et least. old il


Pfly wasU right. After the fst
game he played, his serves never
o u-kd I-m any msre and his
pamWfg r the quarter and to the
back. for kkks could hardly be
imprveI nfo. n His work as de-
fewsvee garad was arst c and i:
m ealy ls tihe Savaunah sad last
lsftns game thmt me i ccPAdA
is einag over him. He reuigs*
frIaem achodl Chirtaeas but we hope
to have or ol center beck again
s play the me old place mxt

S fr as we can learn, the fol-
wlg ms expect ta return and
lay Ia 07: Crwbet. Captain;
amds, Masager; Haudeock.
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rwn*'t and Kirk t
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We bad ae gpd smenmd as this
ver. Lt al f them try n amke
oe vwaity m t ye. mad thd
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ltting him abe o ly thiedm
sf to pik a Vamnity footallO *WwU ii l m
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temo fro. We hardly WW x- 0 8 MIS -ft
pect him to nmars to t year o a tayn esw m tae te M asMe
but we want himd ad mat hm lome oe em di iee e
bad. He can accpt a ery uscaNch a o otof sab o ad
beer pomiti.o than that.he now so &am bts nwev Th edsa .
holds, wherb e h iM b have at leMt Vi O N WS W r a hstr r awa
ifty men to pick a team from. ____ t=N eMs as O V aI
Can't Floridd fari that ana.- -1e60s an -a
bher? We know they cas. Thea -.1 m ,'sIbao nU7 Skieo.I,
let t 4 do it, ad we can emn e has eSr sto the .
prenei Couch a bmnach a( moe tn &e mag.a tayemw dra? Iu
pick from next year together with w *m ha e ,M w ali- mWhI t
the support of the entire Univerw- |'. Few*- --*
Db.en n adand Wd se me
ity as he should have, we believe Ot f b waIm evenie Si nt of
and sincerly hope that oraythe thwI V* ye w hmbar tarn aes
will come back with as next year. a& ISeam aUs ma Sad am
Now undergraduates and at w p"teat o h dt l ta tM
alumni, it is simply up to you. dmmdl beto Iimat 5 Oves I& I".
Don't knock, again don't knock. tsvel pmined MWan m bba
That us the trouble sow. The larm ad amer a mme ln
Society of Knockers appear to his ap w W N sbat erat, eh
have a memberhip of nearly half b "e i -tbtmy:
"I have a asdwo Genean tom, ht
of the University now. Drop oat a.po I t ,g it ap. Aad
of the society. Boot the coHege. wabot trmer hwatati ab hMband
We have a most excellent faculty, *" i p0,dj 1sd awPeO'
T1 0rebbalme i we" Ot. IN W ood- to
Comuusiadant who is a Command- m'r, fts a m te w@ *M N as o
ant and a Centleman fur a football trtvehr toe w b t watHe. easboe
Coach. Now boy do the ri.bt ime h t* amm a smrt'ae mm a
bot "amo.-.- s. abort o fe~ br a
thing. We muot have vowur elp emad. Me a d UM d bt
or next year we can have no team. whm ad atthe Joane w m'h.
Talk football when you go home add In Y the asmn to bar
next sainmer. Get others inter- i a&a b&aV to hesept," he mM a&
tested in the Univemity and boot IA. "I baveat a ent oIn a weM
it all the time We cm either a myer .
make the college or else we cans atto est a to his room.
kill it. Now, lets make it a "Um 1t de toaemsud dole" hI
"University." You owe some- go I my w ft veMni $ u t.
mW. YoT ome W o had mOWN bto
thing to your State. Pay it back e g a. an ddo ts d am ,
by saying good thiig about our pFyewr tisauil It waM M se thr
University. m .e t me a heavy h. m
Before you go home go to Coach
and promise him your help. Tell 8MF FMO THE WRIEM
him that you will persuade at least
one boy to met s with you next a, eates uMt b e
year, and se the effect that it will easemaloto as a wmtUhas
have.4 s tr ir -all
To our old dirty football "t" W,
we have bid goodbye f r S time i a -I a
belt. sr's hee that a h1a6 4


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at sli agsc emae te maee
yea.
BwHer.s hopiag that twety-Sw
me At"asaxdaisoab we O the
Vausksyten bwhe t to soPt
PeWe oext year. BSy's t's up
to you.
RoY W. COwTT.

A LAND OF WONDERS
Sang se me *momuwb Y- M bAm
to so vimd am os.o.
The*w selmmit two fero Awmi m
ad th es tr foom O rtatl, we wf
ptamd al hvte op-O smaft m a lOew t
ot tatt ets laa.
IThe woodw qutmomdI ea


hot manimns sri w kl iw auppsd
Sbhal arthlgs frts a eat o a ea.a
er: two asriaps so arraes f eat
whMi aIs h otwoMr i smMtr. a
eavwa ta the meentas in wbik a
dl, p-ee wind wse M u adnretesy;
a larg* mfe po peb tiMs whkb wmo
eat OaW em tny y am ut
dows; a taee whisk feats to poas.
and, inMtK tb ut t"ut. a ree wh
ghvm fore g emt haet ebmvnr ge
Bs wathwr migh hI
tue ,ma M uam aWt th ereOOm ath
it all a4, run Lh to muTsesln d Be
taorm ther attretie to The womuS
tuel cavm The smoment uy naftwe
Me ab trtr hey weon almet iewsa
of tfbor ee t as, atANsA they *al~
od .l s saenw atndo SmtGe Be
eWIg ao the wnd, tbeyr bad fi iesm
to tie p apen ms b nt wInm -ees
They sext wal Mto Bwe evw *of
pw. twi, hamsn BasB ta
-e." ad hme Pfes tey wes
stopped. Ther d asaMe swaev er
a t&res by &e u0INe aBntL I
o mue Wtf w9 oa wr am -
his ofto.as he MoBr s& a
pavme t a -a msp aM
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Sa. aems. a
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ma onmw e Food Um ect
emdition s i our mess

Sw eer fais fel of fuanL
W-r ik'^o other
aeae hoett aXly hope. Shake-


snow e eami s rome with it.
S Akwi days oep the Command-
s a^lmd the boys if they knew
Sott tmemo to have trouble with
&. Wed, wedo.
Sler at the holidays are over,
S o ban e fetmrund looking
: A -mir j.L They bring with

__ iladl t yerthaw ever before.
Myt WO Nth work!
Use mod beeal exercise is,
At ihtemingled with pleasure.
- w* -do sto wish to say
ad~ -~W-bmghey on the run
.~ ---w *l.
an-g&lfes do a know when
m 1 owl ad good time. The
%M aw d1 Amermu e that is to
L lM 5 conditions could
be-my worms. If not, youI
ms beleg "a high old time."
Ja mvmnow hae you bhada
-W Wh ni ddif't know it?
m* so behd md early to tie
IMM ude yd&ichIf you don't


Sm past pal r year achoeol,
r-f htd bmr peal ent. If ym
oMalld fith aoy ietuioo,.
id~ #ra~ea oft a y kied
saddoa asgs 4i, pm sem ,con-

; ifi oil dt oo Iyou we dt
p gagw MX oeeae set it
s "m dla h m t t i-n
A pithatseae Peala e nat t
gg d we hurve sh l m-





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th -ge picture of a
&+I m teudt with he

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Sat we want o
*gS. W h&ToMs dues heren ane
4kq ins t am A hop-.


e -vey3two metsI.ke,-
udm the hop doan here do
Ga Ote tMe Tuibmv, but they
a-bs deaM. kl I d as her freu
pm,-_ _
S The wMvhich the Female C.l-

via bwtk I. our lmnd.-
ma ma m etma taaspet
e.. t. ainewkh tal tememo is-
.o thefhearta of meay

tpem C "e hesme metro d

ee" I Ad e iqeb sq TSIoe o
w M fibtha l
mns traim of

Sea sd eached Pa re oed I te
mow a soehty peep Tb
SW ete oir w bet for
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It with a feeling of pride
at I t sw the New launched
upon thejournalistic sea. Pride in
the fact that the University was to
have a full Sedged paper the first
yearof its location in our city and


pride in the fact that the boys had
the nerve and energy and brain
necessary to successfully cast their
frail bark upon unknown water
where many a full rigged ship has
perished for lack of supplies to sus-
asis ik is the crew.
The News bes been of inestimable
value to the Uuiversity and to the
cause-of learning throughout the
state. The business men of Gaines-
vile rallied nobly to its support
and while I have contributed but a
mite it bas been all that my busi
nees would stand. It was given
gladly in the hope that the school
would take up its part of the bur-
den and do all in its power to help
these young men in their noble
efort to advertise tie advantages
of the University to the world.
But alas, the institution that should
foster and nurture this infant that
springs from her very self has
ruthlessly cast it to the bow wows
and forced it to get its sustenance
from the outside world. From
good authority comes the informa-
tion that very little interest is
maifeated in the News by the stud-
ents and the faculty. As long as
it can drag along they seem to be
content to watch its infantile strug.
gles with a stony stare neither con-
tributing articles or taking sub-
scriptions. Is this the college
spirit? Is this the way to encour-
age the young men to carve a name
for themselves in the hall of fame?
Is this the way to advertise the
traits of their study to the world
at large?
In the whole college curriculum
nothing will so successfully demon-
strate the work of the students is
a sood college paper. Each issue
come from the press a living ex


ample of the knowledge that has
I m Aod the wMaM work
t is mae-sesy to pst their
though ups pOaper and get It op
Sa meam r wtat will make gcod
readig., emt only helping the
editors to higher aims but the
stadest body as well. Many a col-
lege boy has taken a position upon
the larger papers after succcsasully
editing the college monthly of his
Alma Mater.
The Newt must have your full
and undivided attention and sup-
port. Help it with contributions
and with kind cords and it will
return to )ou a hundred fold.
Meax. Sanborn and Felkel are
two young men who have the con-
fdence of the people of Ganoesville.
We admire them for their energy
eid grit mad bosines qualities.
We people of Gainesville have
never been found weating in the
"college spirit." We had it in the
od E.F. 8. days and we had it
when it was needed to brine the
University to GOineselle.
Therefore let it not be said ot
the Usiversity that support for the
college paper is wanting. Help
the paper that helps you.
A Merchant.
We have beard since the fire at
TaUlahmee that some one has in-
timated that the Female College
might be moved to Lake City or
me other place where there are
aldy buildings. We hope that
ither Tlahamaee am the State
wlllpemme toallowm ch a fool-
Sthiag. We omd like to best
ntoe the heads of lordia that
teae Sate schools are not any
speciesof iraory b rds to be
moved o every seam. We have
-Iid tbat >BwOidg places have
been secused inm town to acmoda
all he girt that will return. The
be of several pianos some appe-
of theS, (sow of which can
o be ricelacd) are the only
revaboos. As for the build
ntt have o ly a ldct W e hope
td a M prwee in trap em

*wl, a beaern hatldi d Isd 0d
el- ebb.


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office for their grades. In a few
minutes some girls are seen again
with smiling faces, showing suc-
cess; others, with a sad expression
that proves their disappo-intmet.
Every Sunday afternoon just be-
ore dusk the Dean has a Bible
tlan which every dormitory girl
attends, and here they study until
the belle rings announcing supper.
As the closing of the year ap-
roaches every girls heart beats
with joy and anticipation of the
woniun Christmas holidays, look-
ig forward to a reunion with their
wd ae. Tbosae who will re-
main at the Colege will of course
* liberally re-lined by bes
if good things aenot from home.
Wishag you am a marry Chridt
nas and a happy New Year.
A ollegeSt_ det.


At a great cost we bmve swWed
the series of Mr. Albert Aom.
Grahas who has a sate wi &epo.
taioa as a witer of ,ouit, oddM,
and nimuable stye. We call
your particular snei Ito
Amovec' m pea hu. m d
eebyM do m i.*m -
youthatAmoind N r dw
kip it p. Sic 0o bwM y
*BllokensdiraT

tpewrlters are LPer
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Florida Female ckal
lahassee, Fla., Dec., l2, IonS.
Permit me space im the colm a
of your paper, pubMu inmthe cit]
where our State University is locate
ed, to say something of the pro
gress, pleasures, etc., coorerunia
the Florida Female College. Tok
much can aot be said in praise o
our affabie and efficient Murpbhr
as President and his able corps o
assistance. No student as eve
turned away that went to tih
President for ias_.iat
The number of students hav<
increased from one hundred and
thirty-five at the beginning of the
term, to one hundred fifty-three.
When the Spring Normal depart-
ment begins our dormitories will
be taxed to their utermost capacity
to furnish accommodations to the
to the number of students we will
have.
Our girls are healthy; this is due
largely to the location of our col-
lege situated on one of Tal asme's
seven hills, where the atmosphere
is pure. Also on account of the
requirements to take out door
sports.
Concerning the physical training,
we have a large gymnasium which
is appropriately furnished for the
work. Each student is required to
spend two hours a week in this de
apartment.
Connected with the gymnasium
is a large pool. There the girls
enjoy playing Water-Polo. The
water is heated which makes it
very pleasant. Two tennis courts
are cn the compos Every after-
noon you can find a crowd of gay
girls playing. There are also
basket-ball teams, namely, "The
Cookle-Burs," and "The Prickly-
Pears." They have played two
match games in which the latter
team was victorious in the first
game, and the former in the second.
We expect to have some more good
4ames after the holidays.
Our musical department Is as
good as you can find anywhere ina
the ooth. Votm, piano, and
organ lessons ae taught. We
haveveeper services ce a m th
for the beefit of the students and
also the town people. On thes
occasions, special musical service
are rendered. An entertainment
that deserves special mention was
given for the State Fedetion of
Woman's Clubs" when that con.
mention met in Tallahassee. It
was said that this entertainment
could not be improved upon for a
young college.
The Thalian Literry Society
and the Minerva Clad, are the two
societies of the college. The
majority of the students belong to
these societies and it is bersee you
will find plenty of society spirit.
We receive our reports quarterly
ad it is very amusing to see the
rush of girls to the President's


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chum, don't cuss if
you break your shoe
strings; just come in
and we will ive you
a new pair charming
it up to friendship.
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LEADING PHARMACIST,
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Wheteelelo ad Retail
Druggits
Fancy Goods, Toilet Articles,
Perfumes, etc.. Agents Nun
ally's Fine Candies.
104 I. Liberty Street
Phone 32



WN. AN PERSON,
YQ mANe YI E Sf tOUS.
All repairing done prompt.
ly. Agent for the Pitner Gas-
oline Lighting System.
113 West Union St.


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correspond to the quantity of sup-
port that is given it. There is
sock a thin as encouragement,
but there is not too much of it
coming our way. You know that
a mempaper, like a soldier, can
only fight as long as the sinews of
war aWe supplied. We are not air
plants and even if we were the hot
air of our would-be supporters
would not pay the printer.
Neither are we parasites living off
the community and giving nothing
in return, but it seems the reverse.
You know for what cause we
staLd. Then if you do not lend
your sOpport you are not in sym-
pathy with that cause.
According to your support so shall
your paper be. Selah.


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POOL AN-D B LIT.TAiRDS
An up-to-date clean and moral pleasure resort.
E. W. Waters, Proprietor.
BROWN HOUSE CORNER.


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FLORIDA FEMAFE COLLEGE!

IT POSSESSES IT EMBRACES
Ideal location. College of Liberal Arts.
Excellent equipment. School for Teachers.
Standard curriculum. School of Music, vocal and
Well selected faculty., instrumental, including
Spacious gymnasium, pipe organ, new instra-
Heated swimming pool meant.
Twenty acre campus. School of Industrial Arts,
High moral environment, including Domestic Sd-
Admirable college spirit, ence and Art.
Steam heat, electric light. School of Expression.
Young ladil contemplating emaw the Coll this all s
write at once for domitory mrm. Sambla i VWe My, Sy. OMaks r
26, and conttiue 4Mt sM th.
For esaalogue and detaied inla deo wdle to
A. A.sMURPHRBB, Pres- t


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Special Attenton to Univwity me&.


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Sbto the time week later. This tim Mome was-
Sxt n r cit o-t-of th melodi.~,s company 0. THOMAS
SA fatlr ciehe d to Biel by his tried Arthmheu r. TROM S
ahlwe s m ut mby ecapermason bem ATTORNEY AT LAW
ei li O~ Adti alneid to accompany, the two GAINESVILLE, FIA.
q d emsd Teerythiing born to get mother tibble of Pracce e bothM Federal and
mt .... a.. e i time .f se. ,uThn am
Systhecu tMt. As he was mabot to take a toaeTd
S u h~M -b~u~ very -od farewell be inquired for his hat, L
te wgted tod. t he bet eudes t was headed to him he Da. DEVERE B. MORRISS
.*-M.r h1mi ib. whe de"A eM placed it upon her snowy brow and ,
i to the best cool I prneeea to collect the forfeit. DENTIST
Ult Se. Tbs it hap Be p b her fondly to his bosom ffice Marcus nde
powed eme day abet thee la ai hnisstroug. manly arms, and
Sambr lMe ad is trunk tuached his piounte lips to her .
assldh Ud-teeSty of Flod. veometly cheek, making asolemn,
... .. teftsasnaJwI receelvd ap like the butring of an auto- CARTER AND LAYTON I
SWta e tOlhtmM who 0ob1ie tire. The deed was done.
ta"tsday gave a aer- Te girl iSdignanty slammed the LAWYERS
n e Ins b m btor ealed a fost door and shut him out in the
^ pAsty. D1rinn the Baut few mM, cratelh toeisoe lovely, DR. J. H. ALDERMAN,
af ap he e fo hIss-. bertlns world.
-J a m UOlen lIil.s. a Ala! alas! Poor Moe. The DENTIST.
'Bliank t-r ws of his complete and entire -
k h hew mi rt detrcion Sew throughout the Over Dutton & Co's Bank.
bbth te.plC- wgo-whole ity nd Is known all over GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA,
S(-W Tsa the smmca and barracks. Selabh! ______,,

Nit I nsk mmd '410h0e A
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a" a **1. .ar B. .Af J* UU
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Sto an. fy. Te Amerlia comW at Tamatae,
SM Is.o ak io an test ing re- For Ease, Durability and tyle
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oi--ab a am a tl t 4tewwato B securin the -
5 M ,_d 4ket tmdr the Madagascar
1eM&Wwalag d"spluer 2 'b latb," t spilder.the Da- For Men and Boys. Shoes of all
.M A e. te I.wtffl Uvw call her) was. Met with In deri |
am-h-l e a tilels holer to uev the Mv. Grades at Right Prices. |
^^^plMU^Bal Was l tkl gbm -- v o prftnrsd by cow-____________ __
e *flaMa bl ttf e is s iSg the spters to empty match
--- --***t T* o e. *th thei b.e *pmv. hm S. F. BROOKS.
was s o na owhas e el s. a 2U

c et -r sedte On. Itsat Stape modni. FanyI aiMr.obceries G
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hMf4e eMp* Ia to theMoew; hot
tb"A stui vwin riuklas with ame
a"l shaMA I&t siesf tae madt ol
an m. be .w as ebb a aftar to o
Sf a WhO Wr alB ow0M otuary
Net sao o tmre was a sM ui p
trial t a Le.m poe~ee wt who bad
twice attempted to combat ivdi"
bvt two tains bad p-ae ever abe

rapw m io bo. h f a smanl aploi
SI bodr or wewh* aIabo te thee al
a Iwa. It to black i oorW. with a
brliat id r pot tO I t heater oa the
brt. It tin ftaqui to bea f
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wbbsb have into amosonsd e-se mSoo
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GENERAL REAL ESTATE
GAINESVILLE FLA.


Brown House

Barber Shop
Professional Hair Cutter

University Styles
Special Rates to Students.


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CHINESE LAUNDRY
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terms. Special facilities for making
ble points in the United States.
UOW UI Go.S a.temviJo


ne Candies ESTHER S. JORDAN
ciit Co's Fine Cakes z
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Burkhin, IN .TH MBST AND OLDWM
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JL W. Moaim& O C..
DRUGGISTS
FANCY GOODS,
TOILET ARTICLES,
PERFUMES, ETC.

SOUVENIR POST CARDS,
agents Nunnallys' Fine Candies,
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA.


rMBS P. SMITH
MAKER OF
SINE
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OTOG RA FS
Fram tecket to Life Size
pedal Raiesmand Mounts for Student-
or the University.
115 East Union St.
AtN3EyILLE FLORIDA


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Osiseedlie, Florid&


Saunders &


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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
)DRAFXVS IN

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eensware and Glassware


Agents For Leading Bicycles.

B0oWn the plumber

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Satisfaction Guaranteed to
Students and Everybody.
21- E. Main St.. near P. O.

IW. PI MOSE Le6Y.

Cod Drinks. Fruits. Concrtionery,
Stationery, Bakery Goods.
Holiday OGod df I all Kind.


JEWEL LAUNDRY



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Open 3 to 5:30 and
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SMy twiae dam they make first
*do- whAe we never failed to
Sde th d ncemary 10 yarda. At
M tma-- -m our goal threatened.
I a bd fmble owerver, one of
h rmesm ded In picking up
A' US and with an haaotely
Sm Ar $f bfus hIMm, riM for a
S s Several of the gmee
amm the F. tenm did somm very
JV IM playing. Forstth,
Emock and Corbett make touch-
dmms for F.
S O the Skh of October Mercer
e am a nddsated s in Macon. The
oyr part lof the game m charac-.
t, Ied by the excellent work of the
Sioke P team, the ends breaking

S O2ibel Is even a stamt
a iby t~ MoKeeri back.
b" for dow mre

am IfMw-d UL



-- thie year taie
.*_ m ak 4 and 5 yards at a
Sa famIe with an change and
US 3 man an top of it and we lot
w chl ce to score. The second
haf was our undoing. The ua-
known and muchly ta:ked about
brad pam and ahort kicks soou
had the P team badly muddled. A
k k ak ar the goal ine, and a fum-
Me h by Our safety man, gave them
tidr iat touchdown. An uncon-
scioms player, and a driving inter*
Ap -ime, a missed tackle jby the
mafty man and another score was
piled up against us. As a whole.
Sthe F team showed thorough
knoweige of lootbaUl, and played
a better game than thbir worthy
oppuos ts. Too much credit can-
mot be given the back whose cool
adt aadyv nerve made Mercers
kicks and passes work so well.
And em more comment. Never
agaia shall the coach of an oppos-
S' ing team act as Relferee.
Ouly ax days later, and we met
Sand decidvely defeated Rollins in
I GaIaesville. Line the score, 6-0,
S does not appear so bad, but we de-
| erved a larger score if running a
team al over the field ce.nts fur
Sanything, and now was our time
Sfor revenge. With Corbett doing
the passing and Shands doing most
of the receiving, the forward pass
worked like a charm. And the
sort kick also figured largely as a
gmunad gaier.
In the first half the P team play-.


ed football for all it was worth yet
they did not score. The second
half was entered into with a deter-
Smination to do or die. "and we
did." Rollinas was carried of her
fet. The F ba.*s were working
like dock work, the line holding
every time. Something had to
happen. A whispered consulta-
*E. ._


Neutcame Aiverside to OGaines-
vil d. was likewise defeated.
This time the score stood 19-0.
S F team played as well in this
game. as at any time during the
season. The line was almost im-
pqegnable, the ends did not allow
themselves to be boxed a single
time and the backs worked like a
machine, and worked so well that
not once were we held for downs.
Riverside had an excellent team
and played hard, but lack of team
work and mea not in the beat of
condition greatly handicapped
them. Sheads, Corbett and Han
cock made touchdowns for F.
Again the forward pass and short
kicks did much toward winning
ground for as. Blois, Drawdy and
West qach played a fine game for
Riverside.
Thursday after this victory we
met Savannah in Savannah. And
in this same game we, as- a team
crowned ourselves with glory, and
bruises. The story of the game is
easily told. Savannah weighed a
consovative 177 Ibs against 147 for
Florida, a slight advantage of 30
lbs to the man. Not a man on the
Sa vannah team has played lems
tm 4 years of football, and many
of thtm have figured as tars In
both llge and athlete football
Sfr dr oravevi ams. It is asfotthat
swas Wk wiBM copl with any team



as with@ al of the odals _sected
from Savannah men. However
they gave quite satisfactory decisi-
ons. Of course the P team was
entirely outclassed, and yet the
team played an excellent game of
football. They made first down
at least ten or twelve times. Stet-
aon did not make a single. one.
We took the ball sway from them
on downs once or twice. Stetson
didn't do this. We played exact-
ly the same number of minutes in
each half that Stetson did. They
beat us 27 to 2. Stetson was beat-
en 2w to 0. We scored on a safety,
forcing a Savannah man over their
own goal line after he had received
a kick. No other college team in
the South has ever scored on
Savannah. Only by the all
Southern team has her goal line
been fairly crossed according to
S vannab's boast and the "little
baysa" from Florida did the trick.
Have those same little boys some-
thing to be proud of. We certain
ly think so. And when Jackson-
ville was laid away to the tune of
31 to 0 we crowed again, and the
fast Georgia University town
msnowed under at 10 to 0. Guess
the F team didn't do so "worse".
The Savannah papers gave credit
to Porsythe, Hancock and Corbett
or playing flue football. However
the whole team played well-very
well, and we are quite satisfied
with the result. Corbett and
Shands received quite serious in-
juries which they did not get over


in time for the next game with
Rollins.
On the 11th we met Rollins in
Winter Park. This game was our
poorest. Several of our men did
not come up to the standard and
others forgot to play football.
This game was a reptition of the
Arat-- nani tv =a uppr s hip anom..


muthe


Savannah and the last Rollins to play the same old place next
game, tl,"* vnvie e"-r cleared year.
that euid. Shan.!s was ve-v swift So far as we can learn, the fol-
on hi, feet .and lis (.:; kli:; hh'zid lowing men expect to return and
the li, w s o- of q verv' hih order play in '07: Corbett, Captain;
Coibe t iwas inamintusly elected Shands, Manager; Hand coc k,
Captain of' he 1907 U. of F. team, Thompson, Johnstn., Earman,
with Shands as ananger. Higher Gibbs n-d R:ider We also expect
praise or thanks could ;ot be given Roe, Coe. Beniet't and Kirk to
them. make and pl;y with the Varsity
Thompson, our qnar' r haek, next.
also played in every game. He We had a good second team this
was an aggressive fisthter every year. Let all of them try to make
minute of the game and played al- the Varsity next year. and then
together for the good of the team. see the improvement in football in
and not for personal glory. His the U. of F. A little encourage-
passing was very accurate and it meant from the undergraduates and
was my ran for him to cause any. a bit more from the faculty, and
one to make a fumble. As a foot- witn Pe We with us again next
hall1 iner.,-al he Ut-r errannl THe war wea anaht t to h able tn turn


letting him have only thirteen A W WT.
men to pick a Varsity football a *** wM wd When a m
team from. We can hardly ex- A: --Ig a nOnn
pect him to return to us next year at a woman appease to Ih owhu
but we want him and want him nemtenStof aM onaoe d oSt
bad. He can accept a very much ar wmt T man oi am tab dm nae
Smow offtnthebeet at Ntghtsuad Al
better position than that he now aot deervehis ward. The eeda
holds, where he will have at least was on t way over a lonely reod sad
fifty men to pick a team from. carried amoonusr u paneang a sa
Can't Florida furnish that num- traveling by himelf.
ber? We know they can. Then ."I have $1000 n my poeeketbouk,"
let them do it, amd we can confded the lone traveler to the ldyr.
*and I feel very uneasy. WouMd y 'i
promsie coach a bunch of men to mind coiealing It In. your dresa? It
pick from next year together with we are held up they are less Ukely to
the support of the entire Univers- seardh yo-."
The lady consented and bid the rol
ity as he should have, we believe of bills. Toward evening the about of
and sincerely hope that Forsythe "Throw up your hands!" brought the
will come back with us next year. coach to a tandstill, and four ment
>n~rkpw1* AM lan &a~ hn1te n_omaw&wi


kicks would not work because oar rater bad errors in the Mercer
Ume wOd not hold. This w gat e, hardly ever failed to make
er main fault. Their splendid in. god.
teimu-ce- galad las for them Thoimpkins, Johnston and Ear-
when otherwise they ould have mw played offensive end. Thomp.
been thrown for a loss. ThompMon kns was exceptionally fast and
did some excellent punting one go- got down under punts very well.
iug about 45 yards, some being Hewas not used to carrying the
kicked from right underneath the Wa much, as he was better at
goal posts. Only once did our bk.aking on the line. Johnston al-
men rally and play good hard foot- tbhugh the game was new to him,
ball. The ball was on our 3 yard proved to be an excellent player.
iHe and first down. Rollins was specially in the Savannah and
able to advance the ball only one lab Rollins game did he distin-
foot in three downs. Consequent- guish himself, and he possessed a
ly the ball went to us. We puu- knack of falling on a fumbled ball
ted out for 45 yards. The worst that served us in good stead a
part of our luck was that Rollins number of times. Earman did not
scored within the last 40 seconds seem to entirely grasp the game
of time in the second ha'f. Rollins a while he doubtless played the
clearly outplayed the F team so we best he knew how, he did not
can but copfess it. show to as great an advantage as
This game ended our football the other two ends. He played
season of 1906. We played six tackle in our Mercer game however
games, winning all of those played and did some very clear line break-
in Gainesville and losing the three ing and blocking. He was a
played while on the road. We pretty good line man but was too
came out four points ahead on the small for the place.
season, and taking all things into Rader and Neilson played tackle,
due consideration we feel that our Rader's quiet determination to do
season was successful. or die, his willingness to learn, the.
To Mr. Forsythe, or as we boys cracking good article of ball he
know him, "Pe We", too much played, and his gentlemanly be-
praise cannot be given. It was bavior both on and off the field
only by his tireless efforts and won him considerable favorable
personal help that we were able to comment. He will make a very
have any team at all. Indeed the valuable man in '07.
outlook for a team fit to represent Neilson was another compara-
the U. of F. was exceedingly dark tively new man, but he was willing
at the beginning of the year. And to learn, and did. His work in the
even after Pe We had started Mercer game was very well spoken
things to moving. The loss of of by the opponents. He gradu-
three good football men by their ates this year.
stopping school and by the utter As i n terfern and defensive
absence of any spirit on the part of quarter back Gibbs played one of
the undergraduates was enough to the best games of any one on the
dishearten almost any one. But team. His place was a hard one
Coach stuck by us, and we tuck to fill, and to say that he filled it
by him, and thus was our team to the entire satisfaction of Coach
maolded together. With no sup- and the whole team is giving due
lj *w r and oely a vry few Lraise to Gibbs. He worked hard
of the students anxious as to the all of the time and no one took de-
outcome of our games, the majori- feat harder than he did. The
ty of them doing nothing but school expects lots of Gibbs next
knocking, is it not a wonder that year and no doubt but that he will
Pe We could do so much with the come up to all expectations
dozen or more boys on the Varsity Widden as genard could play
squad. good football if he only would.
And as to the boys that made He knows how, but he did not
their F might make a few com- exert himself enough at the right
ments as follows, Handcock, the time. The team to a man must keep
Captain and full back had played in training to play college football.
two years of college ball and of Whidden did not do this and con.
course knew a good bit about the sequently did not play the game
game. As a line bucker, he proba- he should have. He did play a
bly has no equal in the state for his good game against Riverside how-
age. A bad tendency to fumble ever, which only showed that he
however, marred an otherwise very really could play if he only would.
good record. He played an ex- And last hnt not least, old Filly.
cellent game as diving extra. Filly was all right. After the fast
Shand u .'i C,-rl tt ,v .-e the game he played, his nerves never
two halves, left and right r. spec- troubled him any more and his
tively. TIney played in cvry passing tr the quarter and to the
game and ,evcr let up in their hard back, for kicks could hardly be
work for the good ol the te.,m. improve,! apon. His work as de-
Corbett did the forward p alsng fensive Kgard was first c'ass and i"
and side kicks while Sliands did was only in the Savannah and last
the receiving of themi. Tne way Rollins game that men succeeded
in which these plays gained ground in coming over hima. He resigns
speaks well for them. They took from school Christmas but we hope
care of left cld, and it wis only in to have our old center back again


puzzled their brains. This ro*k is
really an immense stone, on the top of
vh!-i'e a small inn has been erected.


Now undergraduates and
alumni, it is simply up to you.
Don't knock, again don't knock.
That is the trouble now. The
Society of Knockers appears to
have a membership of nearly half
of the University now. Drop out
of the society. Boost the college.
We have a most excellent faculty,
Commandant who is a Command-
ant and a gentleman for a football
Coach. Now boys do the right
thing. We must have your help
or next year we can have no team.
Talk football when you go home
next summer. Get others inter-
ested in the University and boost
it all the time We can either
make the college or else we can
kill it. Now, lets make it a
"University." You owe some-
thing to your State. Pay it back
by saying good thing about our
University.
Before you go home go to Coach
and promise him your help. Tell
him that you will persuade at least
one boy to return with you next
year, and tee the effect that it will
have. .
To our old dirty football "togs"
we have bid goodbye for the time
being. Her's hoping that a bet-
ter man will at least have a show
at filling each one of them next
year.
Her,s hoping that twenty-five
men fit and anxious to be on the
Varsity team will be here to meet
Pe We next year. Boy's it's up
to you.
Roy W. CORBUTT.

A LAND OF WONDERS.
S0n0 of the meor ThInu That A e
to Be Foumd in Korea.
Then scientists, two from America
and the other from Britain, are re
ported to have spentt several mouths In
Korea trying to elucidate the wonders
of that strange land.
The wonders in question consist of a
hot mineral spring which Is supposed
to heal an thing from a cut to a can-
cer; two springs so arranged that
when one L full the other Is empty: a
cavern in the mountains in whicl a
cold, piercing wind rages perpetually;
a large grove of pine trees which will
sprout again directly they are cut
down; a stone which floats hi space.
and, last, but not least, a rock which
gives forth great heat however cold
the weather might b te.
The scientists studied the sprln.gs first
of all and, failing to understand them.
turned their attention t) the wonder-
ful cavern. The moment they entered
the biUterior they were :almost blown
off their feet, and, although they adopt-
ed ail manner of dolges to find the
origin of the wind, they had to return
to the open sadder but not wiser meon
IThey nc.xt walked into the grove of
p;re t: e*'s. known as the "Ineradicable
forest." and here again they were
stumped. They destroyed several of
the trtee.< 'y lire during the night, and
next iarirn ng they weo re growing
str ungly out of the very ashes!
The fifth wonder of Korea, the float-
ing stone, in honor of which a temple
haI beein built, tried the scientists'
putt4':ece to a maddening degree.
This stone, to all aplwarance. rests
on thie ground, yet when two of the
nin4 st.Jd upon It. one on each sile.
the third was able to draw a thick
string unuterneath without encounter-
ing any obstacle. Why, they were
never able to discover.
The warm rock, the last wonder. als3


France, orders the priest to bray three
times in a sinillar manner. An as*.


at the point of the pistol that all money
should be immediately given up. The
lone traveler passed over all hist re-
maining cash, consisting of a few dol-
lars, and was congratulating himself
on his escape when, to his horror, he
heard the lady say:
*I have a thousand dollars here. but
I suppose I must give it up." And
without further hesitation she handed
over the precious pile of green hacks.
The robbers rode off In hlgli good hu-
mor, but as soon as they were gone the
traveler let loose his wrath. He abused
the lady In no measured terms rnod
hardly stopped short of calling her a
coward. The accused said little, )'ut
when the end of the Journey was reach-
ed she Invited the angry man to her
bouse.
"I shall have to accept," he said sul-
kily. "I haven't a cent In the world
through your stupidity."
As he was dressing for dinner that
night his host came to his room.
"Here is the thousand dollars," he
said, "which my wife ventured to bor-
row. You nee, she had $-otiO hid In
her gown, and she thought if she gave
up your thousand It would save further
search. Thank you for the loan, which
saved me a heavy loss."

BITS FROM THE WRITERS.
A great love Is the next best thing to
a great faith.-Ellen Glasgow.
The centenarian is a man who has
mistaken quantity for quality.-Barry
Pain.
Probably woman expects less of life
and In that sense may be said to be
more fortunate.-Lady Violet GrevUlle.
It is a defect of our educational sys-
tem that we are not started In iWe
with the habit of happines.- arah
Grand.
Life Is very scrappy. Look how our
meals break up the day. Why can we
not eat for three hours and be done
with It for a week?-Mrs. Humphry.
Numbers of people smile without be.
ing amused. To smile broad-
ly Is their notion of gentlemanly be-
havior and mood breeding.-Robert
Hichns.
Poets naturally going, like birds, in
the springtime of their lives: the cares
of this world silence them or make us
rather anxious that they should be st-
sent.-Andrew Lang.
He t Cres wan memortaL
At Bromley-by-Bow Is a public house
with the sign of "The Widow's Son.*"
and there a curious old custom is
maintained. Once the tavern was kept
by a widow with an only son. He
started on a sea voyage on a Good Fri-
day and promised that he would be
back by that day In the following
year. He did not come, but for years
the mother kept her promise to prepare
a hot cross bun for hlA return. Each
year she lived the anxious mother ob-
served the custom, which has been
maintained by successive ho.its and
hostesses of the inn ever sinue. Now,
as for long time past. "within Its guest
chamber may be seen old oaken ruf-
ters with buns hung up between."-
Ldadon Standard.
Nobody Warn Oended.
A Michigan congressman tells tuni
story:
"A certain citizen of my district was
called upon to defend a niu who had
soundly whipped a worthlh' Individu-
al. Hlie had been indicted for assault
and battery, 'contrary to the peace and
dignity of the people of Michig:n.' The
lawyer contended that the prosecution
could not hope to convict unless the
entire allegation was proved. 'We ad-
mit the assault and battery,' he said,
'but we deny that it was contrary to
the peace and dignity of the people of
Michigan.'
"The jury so held, and the fellow was
acquitted."-Philadelphia Ledger.
Te Feast of Araue.
The festum a.lnsainrumn, or feast of
Sasses, was formerly held Jan. 14 to
commemorate the flight into Egypt
There are still extant several rituals
of this festival. Onu. of BWauvals. in


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FLORIDA.
aMA. &N N --RDITOR
UD.MT IKLKBL- -ASSOCIATE
I p Win hSLOO vowim advance


Winl the Pure Food Law affect
ezistiag conditions in our mess
ha_?_-- ^ ---
MPfe water fun is full of funerals.
.-g.
TWhte berable have no other
,mdl2ne1, but only hope. Shake-


sphere.-
Age brings us wisdom but
trebble and cares come with it.
A lew days ago the CommAnd-
md asked the boys if they knew
what it meant to have trouble with
him. We do, we do.
Now that the holidays are over,
the boys have returned looking
rather jaded. They bring with
them the determination to work
harder this year than ever before.
My! Wont they work!
The most beneficial exercise is
that which is mingled with pleasure.
However, we do not wish to say
that drinking whiskey on the run
w l make vou crwpulent.
Many-people do not know when
they are having a good time. The
best way to determine that is to
ak yourself if conditions could
possible be any worse. If not, you
are having "a high old time."
How many times have you had a
good time and didn't know it?
Eariy to bed and early to rise
West make you rich if you don't
advertise. _
If you can't pull bor your school,
you had better pull out. If you
are identified with any institution,
sodety or organization of any kind
and do not boost it, you are con-
danning yourself. If you are not
--loyal to it, you are didoyal to
yourself because you are part of it.
Not to be within is to be against it
aad yourself. If you can't get in
liae, get a hustle on and bike out.
That a dj :ctive "female" in the
me ofa college is horribly obnox-
tous and justly antiquated. It
bis to the mind the picture of a
dort, broad "Biddy" with her
sleeves rolled up, sweating copious-
ly. and using a rolling pin. It al-
most causes you to catch a whiff of
boling cabbage
This week we have an interest-
itg letter from the Florida Female
Cdbol. This communication is
very welcome, and we want more
of them. The boys down here are
deeply interested in all that hap-
peOa up there. The Talisman
keeps us in touch but it comes
only qoce every two months. Be-
sides all the boys down here do
not take the Talisman, but they
should. Girls, let us hear from
you again.

The loss which the Female Col-
lege has sustained pains us keenly.
We extend to our sister institution,
and all who love it, our profound-
at and most heartfelt sympathy.
SWeat Hall, with all the memories
and traditions that clustered about
it, was dear to the hearts of many
boys down here. There we have
smoked our pipes of peace, raised
many a "rough house," song our
glees, heard several good yarns,
seen "orators," who are still un-
recognized, pour forth their cogi-


tations in monotonous strains of
unpremeditated art, rejoiced in the
adv ..minent of our friends, studied
some, and watched Prof. Buchholz
frail many a naughty prep This
far we share their loss, but for
them, in addition to this, an essen-
tial part of the plant is gone. We
S hope that a building of brick will


University to Gainesville.
Therefore let it not be said ot
the University that support for the
college paper is wanting. Help
the paper that helps you.
A Merchant.
We have heard since the fire at
Tallahassee that some one has in-
timated that the Female College
might be moved to Lake City or
some other place where there are
already buildings. We hope that
neither Tallahassee nor the State
will presume to allow such a fool-
ish thing. We would like to beat
into the heads of Floridians that
these State schools are not any
species of migratory b rds to be
moved at every season. We have
heard that boarding places have
been secured in town to accommodate
all the girls that will return. The
loss of several pianos, some appo-
ratus, and the private possession
of the girls, (some of which can
I


SUSTENANCE E KATU.
It was with a feeling of pride
that I first saw the News launched
upon the journalistic sea. Pride in
the fact that the University was to
have a full fledged paper the first
year of its location in our city and
pride in the fact that the boys had
the nerve and energy and brain
necessary to successfully cast their'
frail bark upon unknown water
where many a full rigged ship has
perished for lack of supplies to sus-
tain life in the crew.
The News has been of inestimable
value to the University and to the
cause of learning throughout the
state. The business men of Gaines-
ville rallied nobly to its support
and while I have contributed but a
mite it has been all that my busi
ness would stand. It was given
gladly in the hope that the school
would take up its part of the bur-
den and do all in its power to help
these young men in their noble
effort to advertise the advantages
of the University to the world.
But alas, the institution that should
foster and nurture this infant that
springs from her very self has
ruthlessly cast it to the bow wows
and forced it to get its sustenance
from the outside world. From
good authority comes the informa-
tion that very little interest is
manifested in the News by the stud-
ents and the faculty. As long as
it can drag along they seem to be
content to watch its infantile strug.
gles with a stony stare neither con-
tributing articles or taking sub-
scriptions. Is this the college
spirit? Is this the way to encour-
age the young men to carve a name
for themselves in the hall of fame?
Is this the way to advertise the
truits of their study to the world
at large?
In the whole college curriculum
nothing will so successfully demon-
strate the work of the students is
a good college paper. Each issue
comes from the press a living ex
ample of the knowledge that has
been gained and the brain work
that is necessary to put their
thoughts upon paper and get it up
in a manner that will make gcod
reading, not only helping the
editors to higher aims but the
student body as well. Many a col-
lege boy has taken a position upon
the larger papers after successfully
editing the college monthly of his
Alma Mater.
The News must have your full
and undivided attention and sup-
port. Help it with contributions
and with kind words and it will
return to on a hundred fold.
Messrs. Sanborn and Felkel are
two young men who have the con-
fidence of the people of Gainesville.
We admire them for their energy
and grit and business qualities.
We people of Gainesville have
never been found wanting in the
"college spirit." We had it in the
old E. F. S. days and we had it
when it was needed to bring the


cess; others, with a sad expression
that proves their disappointment.
Every Sunday afternoon just be-
fore dusk the Dean has a Bible
class which every dormitory girl
attends, and here they study until
the belle rings announcing supper.
As the closing of the year ap-
proaches every girls heart beats
with joy and anticipation of the
coming Christmas holidays, look-
ing forward to a reunion with their
loved ones. Those who will re-
main at the College will of course
be liberally remembered by boxes
of good things sent from home.
Wishing you all a merry Christ
ias and a happy New Year.
A college student.
At a great cost we have secured
the services of Mr. Albert Anson
Graham who has a state wide repu-
tation as a writer of torrid, florid,
and inimitable style. We call
your particular attention to his


Florida Female College, Tal-
lahassee, Fla., Dec., 21, 1906.
Permit me space in the columns
of your paper, published in the city
where our State University is locat-
ed, to say something of the pro-
gress, pleasures, etc., concerning
the Florida Femule College. Too
much can not be said in praise of
our affable and efficient Murphree
as President and his able corps of
assistance. No student was ever
turned away that went to the
President tor assistance.
The number of students have
increased from one hundred and

thirty-five at the beginning of the
-term, to one hundred fifty-three.
When the Spring Normal depart-
ment begins our dormitories will
be taxed to their utermost capacity.
to furnish accommodations to the
to the number of students we will
have.
Our girls are healthy; this is due
largely to the location of our col-
lege situated on one of Tallahassee's
seven hills, where the atmosphere
is pure. Also on account of the
requirements to take out door
sports.
Concerning the physical training,
we have a large gymnasium which
is appropriately furnished for the
work. Each student is required to
spend two hours a week in this de
partment.
Connected with the gymnasium
is a large pool. There the girls
enjoy playing Water-Polo. The
water is heated which makes it
very pleasant. Two tennis courts
are cn the campus. Every after-
noon you can find a crowd of gay
girls playing. There are also
basket-ball teams, namely, "The
Cookle-Burs," and "The Prickly-
Pears." They have played two
match games in which the latter
team was victorious in the first
game, and the former in the second.
We expect to have some more good
mtues after the holidays.
Our musical department is as
good as you can find anywhere in
the South. Voice, piano, and
organ lessons are taught. We
have vesper services once a month
for the benefit of the students and
also the town people. On these
occasions, special musical services
are rendered. An entertainment
that deserves special mention was
given for the State Fedeation of
Woman's Clubs when that con.
vention met in Tallahassee. It
was said that this entertainment
could not be improved upon for a
young college.
The Thaliau Literary Society
and the Minerva Ciud, are the two
societies of the college. The
majority of the students belong to
these societies and it is heree you
will find plenty of society spirit.
We receive our rei orts quarterly
and it is very amusing to see the
rush of girls to the President's
office for their grades. In a few
minutes some girls are seen again
with smiling faces, showing suc-


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only fight as long as the sinews of
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plants and even if we were the hot
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Neither are we parasites living off
the community and giving nothing
in return, but it seems the reverse.
You know for what cause we
stand. Then if you do not lend
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According to your support so shall
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Excellent equipment. School for Teachers.
Standard curriculum. School of Music, vocal and
Well selected faculty. instrumental, including
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High moral environment, including Domestic Sci-
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OrmLUeG JIxmLUrs AND LovIGo
FILLY.
SFr down in the Everglades
ese lived a very bright and
lmtr youth named Mom.
was born there when quite a
chap and very young, and
lived there up to the time
ib he was about sixteen years
4d. Then his father decided to
rsed him to school and have him
hara Latin. Greek and Arithmatic,
spelling, reading, and everything
that one of the first gentlemen of
the land should know.
Now Mose had a very good
fatber who wanted to do the best
be could for his son. so he decided
to send him to the best school in
the United States. Thus it hap-
peed that one day about the last
f September Mose and his trunk
arrived at the University of Flori-
da. Here he was cordially received
by his future schoolmates, who
about the third day gave an enter-
tsinment in his honor called a
Struck party. During tbe first few
days of his stay he earned for him-
se f -s enviable reputation as a
biscuit destroyer.
In about a week he was comfort-
able stowed with all his belongings
in a suite of one room. The ex-
S citemet of metropolitan lite and
bustle grew co,-tcia place, and he
quit looking up trying to see the
Stop of the three story skyscrapers,
and settled down to hard study.
But be was not long to enjoy
peaceful quietude. When he had
spent about a month at Gaines-
ville he was one day walking down
Broadway Avenue, the beautiful
b boulevard that connects the Uni-
l seity and the High School, when
be espied a vision in an orange
dress and red stockings approach-
ing. She was indeed a dream.
Her beautifully moulded face was
of the polka-dot pattern, and her
dea-der, shapely form resembled
the old time pillow with a string
anead the middle. He turned
t watch her after she pass-
ed, and caught a smile from her in
return.
That night Mone could hardly
sleep for the strange new feelings
which had come over him. He
-kept dreaming of rescuing her
from a small dog, or catching her
in his arms as she fell from the ele-
Svated railroMd. V tiou. of her
Iovely cog ntensnme crept into his
Dreams all night, and he awoke de-
Steramed to make her acquaintance
K by some mean.
Imagine his joy when at a dance
about a week later he saw her
standing at the entrance. "Now
is my chance" he said to himself,
and nudging his friend Arthur
Blankson, he whispered a few hur-
ried words in his ear. In another
f moment he was beside his lady
love, Miss Bedelia ,talking
f earnestly and eagerly feasting his
eyes on the scattered beauty spots
of her beaming countenance.
SDuring the evening he found an


Opportunity to make an engage-
S met for the following Friday
night to take her to dance.
He spent the next week poring
over his books trying to keep his
mind on them, but invariably the
image of his adored one would
blot out the lines. Often his room-
*g mate would rudely awaken him
from his day dreams by remarks
about vulgar Latin or carnal alge-
bra, and bring back his mind from
the little house in East Gaines-
ville near the High School.
At last the much longed for
Friday night 'arrived. About
eight o'clock MoMe tremblingly ap-
proached the little house arrayed
in his best Sunday-go-to-meeting
others. He was ushered into the
palror by mamma, and made to
f el perfectly at home. It so hap-
pened that this night was a small
plate of fudge sitting on the man-


keeping time to the strains of de.
ldos. music. But, alas! Too
soon it was all over. As the
clock struck the hour of twelve
the orchestra played the beautiful
old waltz, "Home, Sweet Home,"
and wound up with a solemn
"tastum."
The next time he saw her was a
week later. This time Mose was
cut out of the melodiums company
of his angel by his Iriend Arthur,
but by special permission he was
allowed to accompany, the two
home to get another nibble of
fudge.
As he was about to take a fond
farewell he inquired for his hat,
and as it was handed to him he
placed it upon her snowy brow and
proceeded to collect the forfeit.
He pressed her fordly to his bosom
in his strong, manly arms, and
touched his passionate lips to her
velvetly cheek, making a solemn
snap like the bursting of an auto-
mobile tire. The deed was done.
The girl indignanty slammed the
front door and shut him out in the
cold, cruel, lo-iesome, loveless,
heartless world.
Alas! alas! Poor Mose. The
news of his complete and entire
destruction flew throughout the
whole city and is known all over
the campus and barracks. Selah!
Amen! Finis.

The Way the sred la Taken Sreem
the Iparesened I.sect.
The American consul at Tanmtave,
Madagascar, sends an iatere.sting re-
port on the manufacture of silk from
spiders' web.
The first difficulty in securing the
thread direct from the Madagascar
spider ("halabe," big spider, the na- -
tives call heri was met with in devis-
ing a siuotable holder to ser-ure the liv-
Ing spider while winding vft the we'b.
This was originally performed by ton-
fining the spiders in empty match
boxes with their abdomens protruding,
thus making so many living reels. The
extraction of the web does not ap-
Imrently inconvenience the insects, al.
though care has to be taken not to in-
jure them. From that stage has been
evolved a frame of twenty-four small
guillotines, in each of which a spider
is secured In such a manner that on
one side protrudes the abdomen, while
Oa the their the bead, thorax and legs
are free. The precaution of keeping
(be lega out of the way is necessary,
because the spiders, when their secre-
tion is spun off in this Sashion, are
liable to break off the.web with their
legs.
The spider submits without resist-
ance to the widing off of its thread.
After the laying period or formation
oi the web it can be reeled off five or
six times in the course of a month,
after which the spider dies, having
yielded about 4,(00 yards. Native girls
do the work.
Narrow Escapes.
An Edinburgh minister rolled a thou.
sand feet down the steeps of Ben
Nevis and lived to tell the tale. Ad
miral Sir Novell Salmon was clean
shot through at Lucknow and returned
as dead, but came up smiling soon
afterward. Similar was Lord Wolse-
l'y's experience in the Crimea; but,
though pretty well riddled with shot
and sihell and deprived of the sight of
an eye. he was able soon after to en-
Joy a laugh over his own obituary.
Not long ag there was a girl up on
trial in a London police court who had
twice attempted to commit suicide,
b't two trains had passed over her
,nI :eft iher unscathed.


S u A Deadly Spider.
i'."lpua Is the home of a small spider
the bIody of which is about the size of
a ip'a. It is black In color, with a
brilliant red siot in the center of the
back. it is frequently to be found
mukiIn Its nest in old packing cases
whlih have lain neglected for some
time. Unless molested It will not at-
tack. The bite is very small, al-
though fatal in inverse proportion.
The chief effect of the virus Is that It
paralyzes the Intestines of the patient
and contracts them into knots.
Too Much For Her Memory.
"You bad man," excl-iiiied the flut-
tering hostess, "you've kcLet everybody
waiting!"
"P'ardon me," replied the young poet,
"I have been loitering on the slopes of
Helcon."
"Helicon? Where's that? another of
those new north shore places? I never
can remember the funny names they
give them towns up that way."--Chl-
eago Record-Ilerald.
Dieouramilag.
Collector I'm sorry, Mr. Slowpay,
but your tailor has been obliged to
put his account against you into my
hands for collection. Mr. Slowpay-He
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Wht is LibVsb heatm
as yiam COdbet's bat?
Cm's quk M dg
lani asked Dr. Tbhomas f remput-
am i fSan ar whateo himadol
t hbe made "a peea n matemnt."
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KI rk was -tnthe e sick IMt Wedoaes-
day.
Dr. Thoasm i they colda't make
im slay a GalNesvNle Xmsas.
The Mew boys are aild to attend a
"Treak Party' Friday ight.
What f 4 Ltdemig say when Dli1
Siher's te -? over him
fba, KES.4
DMU you ever hear ca sing "Maggie".
st. L. aWt, Mm. Ball. and Miss
D fty ait spseat X s tL Gaeasville.
WeddsJay Mr. BuAu BDarrn was
isp-4-dMy called hiome. The students
imorely rgrat to lose Mr. Barre, as he
a e- ef our brightest and popular

P. H. Makes, H. M. Ludwig, Boa.
Nadaury, Sm Ssaburs, and G. T.
T i m s tined, t Gainesvlle

Neow, hoys, if you don't get to the
ms haltl m time y ouwill be excluded.
Harry if yTu ant say sausage.
Tdl s what ye eatwe i'!l te'l you
what Yeou M.
The BAperismmt Statio is being
-mowed fiem lake City. Everything
Wt bherebyJS .lt '7.
several aew students came in after the

After all bis dpading she said she
weld met arry him. -Madam," he
msa4 "I e a dmperate ma. If you
tit matnM w no hope I'll shoot top of
my had df ridht hber." 'Ob, no,"
she ad,* de*st for Heaves's sake."
"TIbaik ns.i." ab. he, 'Thes, you
d care?" "*No." cami the obauoious
sg.ly. "I doa't wat you to bleed on
thecarpet. Ge to the cabbage patch."
Tbia y ma Ws d aad thoroughlyI
-aad, he wbe t out to buat up "'Old
9"di81." Hat Ha!
aig is 'et alltowd at the University
ItrIa. f t mwawe world suggest
E mmt eaa tg fornm of agony
-^ tinugi which the victims eald be
maB to ass. The want and latest is
thls-make the victim ride from St
P sa rgi Jackso-Olloe apon the A.
C.L "' sttraii.
Owr mtp-1 friend, C. M. Fisher, re-
tIaiea to sesMonl Maday- It is rumored
that theold chap got married, but we
can't say whether it is true or not.
Did Yeo ever hear G* T Tarrosn argue?
If iMt, why eot?
IAnett Ball has been OpUionally
o to the cadets since the arrival of
Mrs. Dall aud his little daughter,
Dorthy.
Mr. J. B. Earman is from West Palm
agok.
The boys had a dance Friday night in
th opera hos. A large crowd was
prseat, all enjoyed the hop.
Who is mack?
Pretty good joke; where'd you get it.
Mr Corbet served tea and wafers in
tn his rooms to several of tbe young
ladies who were invited out to inspect
therbabmcks
Miss Dorian Ellis gave an ster roast to
mIV of her frieds last PFriday evening
at her home. After partaking of the
sacculeIt byvalvea, they indulged in
mnv games of innocent amusement.
A had s happy ties.
Mr. Algee stenographer to Prof. Rolfs,
bes taken quarters in Buckman Hall with
his brother. He is also taking some
spe-al work.
Dr. Siedd was recently presented a
had.ame gold watch by the students
and faculty. Mr. Marcus L. Moremen
i presenting the watch made a very
appropriate speech. Dr. Sleld was taken
completely by surprise, and all regret
that they were not able to give the Dr.
as automobile.
Taroseasi, our friend from Bulgaria,


having the time of their lives, so to
speak, celebrating in grand style the
corning of Christnmas and their few days
vacation.
We bow low and tip our hats to the
University students for tre.lLg us to the
cannonading, and we wash every one of
them a Merry Xmas; a Happy New Year;
and, then, 31.5 more happy days.
Albert Anson Grabam.
Gainesville, Fla., Dec., 24, 1'16


says he hates to lee his Padarewskian
locks. So says Johnstown.
Kime is the champion boxer. He
makes 'em sick. Ask Pat.


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EIdlble Chbratmas oveltle%.
A housewife whose purse is light, but
who makes delicious things to eat,
planned this original Christmas for her
young friends: A box of animal cookies
to the family with three small boys,
homemade candy and stuffed dates to
college youths and maidens, two Indi-
vidual plum puddings to the dear old
lady who keeps house by herself, a loaf
of salt rising bread and one of nut
bread to the bride serving her first
Christmas dinner and a .basket of
doughnuts to the eastern chap spend-
Ing his first holiday season away from
home. Mince pies and pound cake
were among her gifts. All these went
done up In the most attractive manner.
-Chicago Record-Herald.
Where Cbritmas Trees Grow.
It Is said that at least three-fifths of
the 1,500,000 or more Christmas trees
used In America each season grow on
the bleak hillsides of eastern and
northern Maine. Thousands of young
farmers and timbermen make good In-
comes by cutting and shipping the
trees. The Christmas tree business In
Maine began only about thirty years
ago, with four schooners to carry the
cargoes of trees. Now m&ay times
that number of vessels are engaged
in the trade. Most of the trees sent
from Maine are firs.
mlatletoe and Hour.
Hangin* of the mistletoe that's where
Love Filed,
An' ain't hit choeeka sm ro ma sthe h nllv


S-',lJUi i AT THE "FOREIGN" WINDOW

emb r "a Cimatry" iBdmda
"Home and mother
Mr. B m o his war house, had to Iaes magic words are responsible
ay eer three hours in Sampeon City. g orthe wmodln out of Cleveland daily
The "Mfni-g LInk" amused himself at this season of the year of thousands
and the natives by his excellent yodeling. of dollars. At the window over which
Hathway is memorizig Cbesterfield's is the word "-orign, In the money
Letters. order office at the postoffce, a contin-
Tom George Handork spent Xmas uous string of people patiently await
reading the Bible. their turn to send sums varying from
$5 to $25 to loved ones living in what
Siam seok (Ieatm. they lovingly call the "old country."
ImItw of tM IeM:- Out of their bounty Cleveland's adopt-
Deer ar:-- ed children are sending something to
We abore had fun Christmas. Ted cheer up those who are living In less
bring home a lot ob fire crackers and favored climes. From week to week
th s. Me ad Ted, J. P. Stiles, Levi they laysmall sums aside a the end
ticUs LeWamd am other fellows wetof the year approaches. When they
ticLevy d ave other accumulated the necessary
out and got to shooting em. Leviticus amount they troop down to the post-
shot owe of those whoppin big crackers office, the one bank in which foreign-
rite under a nigger. They had a fite and ers have absolute confidence, and send
before we got thar that nigger tore out to mother, father, brother or sister the
one whole side of his whiskers. Wel tokens of their regard. Distances are
sur, I iest mocked that nigger as flat as a no great that the actual money Is much
Gap-jack and Ted stepped rite on his more appropriate than any of the gaudy
ominaltomac. Thenigger got up articles which would naturally be for-
and hiked, and Ted told Leviticus he "w e getta tweata do's worth." ex-
was mighty mint and so forth. plained one woman she elbowed her
We hiad a Christmas tree and they way gradually to the window.
made me bee Santy Claus. They won't "What?' demanded the clerk. He Is
get me inter that Santy Clans bianess required to understand everything.
eany more you bet, far while I wuz "Me wants tweata dole's repeated
tifkeria around amung them candles, thewooman
my rigg caught aire. I shore ad "Oh want sendbclomerk
a hot time in the old town. bhoppin The woman signifiaed with her bead
around thar till I thought erbout jumpin that she certainly did want to send
Il the bablismul pool ter distinguish the some money home. Tightly clutching
flames. By the grace of old Deutaron. bher cheek, she made a break to mail the
omy the thing wcz full. It shore wuz order. Her tace was lighted up with a
cold, and when I coa out er dripping, Sad look
they kept rite on laffi. but I didn't hate "Who are yk o sending it tor' asked
that as much as I did the destruction of "Mudder," says the woman. It Is the
my heard and whiskers by flames and only word she utters as she lays down
find. My darter Sal sod they smelt like two ten-dollar bills. Enough said. She,
trash a burning. Ted kept sayin a peace too, clutched her order as If It was a
of poetry about an old man from Chat- pardon from death and hurried away
ham that had whiskers so long he courd to mall It.
plat em, the silly old sire got em tangled Ruselans In large numbers, Italians,
up with fire, now the w nd can no longer Germans and Irish are among the daily
get at em. That made e d, and I throng that seeks to make the loved
get at em. That made me mad, and I ones at home happy.-Cleveland Platn
slapt his jaws till his ears swetted, shore, Dealer.
shore.
Exceprin the bad luck to whiskers we SANTA CLAUS' WORKSHOP.
had a fine time down here Christmus.
Yours Truly, Cws OWn er o Tawerlasm a the
Silas Houk. A rm VIie9 St. LV4eIk.
ia ouk. Tourists wandering out of the beaten
P. S. Old Deut Jones and Lucindy tracks of their kind occasionally come
Greer say they want to take yore paper, to a little village In Austria which pro-
Find enclosed two dwellers. sent the aspect of a corner of toyland.
S. H. The name of the village la St. Ulrich,
and nearly all of Its Inhabitants are
Am Asemal of the Un veraity toymakers. Each household, too, has
Its specialty. One old woman has done
a-esvle. t nothing but carve wooden cats. dogs,
We are not living in a s* aport eity, no, wolves, sheep, goats and elephants.
so, far from it, but we had an impress. Bhe has made those six animals her
whole life long, and she has no Idea
iun that is, we will may an imaginery im-' whole lfe long, and the has Do Idea
pension th ist we were cll say a neighbors toim how to cut anything else. She makes
peBlo, that we werecloe neighbors to them in two sises and turns out as
the sad sea waves Thursay evening as early as possible a thousand of them
we gleefully listened to the d, ep can- a year.
noeaiding which came from out West I She has no model or drawing of any
Liberty way. kind to work by, but goes on steadily,
Our iucaginary thoughts led us asr.iy at unerringly, using gauges of different
the time and led us to think that we slaso and shaping out her cats, doga,
were close to the bxiny deep and that the wolve sheepand ant and telf tnt"
famous l attle ship Oregon, the bul.d g to nature that would be clever If they
of the navy, was off shore aways and were not utterly mechanleal.
saluting rsw.th her 13 inches, or tbht This woman learned from her moth-
England's heavy weight, the Dread. er how to carve those six animals, and
naught, had come over aad nas "greet- her mother had learned, In like man-
ing U. S. a mer.y Xmas and a happy nor, from her grandmother. She has
New Year." taught the art to her own granddaugh-
N Y .. A o ter, and so It may go on being trans-
To make a long "Ansonsan" shot we mitted for generations.
wil say that our thoughts were cast to In another house one will find the
four winds, for we soon learned of the whole family carving skulls and cross-
event; then wondered how it could have bones for fixing at the bases of crucl-
been that oar thoughts bad been even fixes, for the woodca-vine Industry
imaginary, has Its religious as well as Its amusing
With a good size cannon stationed on side. In other houses are families that
Scarve rocking horst. or dolls or other
the campus at the Univerity of Fworfia, toys and In still otier houses whole
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