The university news ( April 27, 1907 )


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Coilge Spirit

I ateta "e a Us k te -ML
oIe t ng that sugawts telf
t time, is the comdities tht
i p Imk dodlay iledr g .

he habit of aeetig, kocg. o
arpi,. gramt "at a" ict
v ow thAe who re *bowe a. &
The a" who isJ aybody, -a
who does asythlug. is surely
to be criticibed, vilifyed -s e
This is pwrt of the pub.
for preatuem. The -Ama pefa
of gret sm t beig aie to
emdure coutisualy without amMt
Not lon( ago I bead a "aageg"
of these tdems talki. I
re they did aot represeut te
hw Usivemwity spirit, far they
wse fed ofcriticism I m itdlr
-ewrd |th litasine. Pridde*n
p -ce la fr his a sa.d I
va supplied with hems, facti
*as, with tlm. ad places r ***S a
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we weman mtbebst bsl eam bad
toSee M~te weathlkwof knock.
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g- sympathy nd chleaeig"e
to the lutatieis, aid to Ito s i
tic., be proud of the an Itq
knocking. stad by yowr mcd
and captain, they are doing i
best they can. If the place is fafti
and the athletic teams are powe
make them better by an example
of cheerfully doing )our own wod
every day the best you eas an
miWd your own business.
If the team on which yeo ar
playing is all wrong, and thi
coach is a lunatic, it may be wvd
for you to go to the coach and eto
fdently, quietly and kidly tel
him that he isi gcood. Explain
to him th*t his p.aV'e is hatsIt
and On* show bin
how to relirm hs wys, a md yus
might uffer to take charge of the
team and cleanse it of its secret
faults. Do this, or if for any
reason you shookd prefer not to
then take your chbuice of these,
Get out. ot get inu line. Youo have
got to do one or the other-n-w
make your choice If you play
for a man, in lcaven's nas e play
For him! work f.or tim, speak&
well of him. ai..k uil .4 I m,'
land by him and by 2t1 t nAtium.
ion. I tsiuk if I played undr a
coach would work lor ban, I
would not work for him par of the
Uie, and the t of thetime wal
Id koock agaIst hum. I woeld
ier as aJvided service or aae,.
mwar fe all shee time. If p
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i worth a posed .of C.evams.
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our points. asd wm )* weaa
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a -md work for self by working
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aM emtfled by blasmiths gee.
etsb ad kneckers for making
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bcle dow to adies if they wan
to be as the bhse blls tea. You
know the rule.
The aew bets have come. DoI
yom weat a hat which o ea b w
yomelf ca ame. Its worth a do
it. SeePoe Wee.
We lke Borts style. We Mii
his spirit beater. You'B ha to
htle to get away from Srd bae.
Ludwig was to gat that hmon
arm w hrto ddoe a little
bstr. Pa aM Tommy we at.
waysrilghthaeto getit whe. N
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a play bIll No cme et to pu.
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Don't you wat to go to Steawsi,
RoiMI ald Macma. All co4ds.

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well provided for when the time comes fu
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THEfl Unw ruwIS APRIL 27 W97



Or. Gaab cda ma M awpipe aml-
ydes a i.ngm inpamld1ly.
amd I's eOasseNe Em.acMh MD& a
- eshml He called it rnm.. pyrle.
On Fmemy he. aSk, h. we oWA a
for i -
G. Tne mmSe a hard mI to oek
"Wptr Woim negot hbit ad Capt.
, deg -.m d tom the so med Mor
ead spmemd s le g thea mme day.
0. 61esm bseebght a mew book on
diam. Ye, he talks a little. He
i almMst mnsot tel *~Bg" Natim.
S didA mdt mm r bs bew seat
amn dn4 h a t edmy. Kirkt my.

Oi Bemrt ebys ies a semae mad
r pting po dogs.H B eaer aosses
nmoweiamstppongto pat it on the
l Sth nmedem Pined l'mper my be
meas the m eds any day with a pack
d emat mesims bmug sleag at his
"Bs hdmlDtern'-De-m gave a free
ebddlies tofe Dlfal 3ill mstidin owe

gyatlemn ad.

am slak, a petty little lake meer the
SaIhab s ong a vert a tto s-m-
matP -ol arths bog it is about f
-N rin,,, ineqen fifteen or. twenty
GM -do* a ht pvifestly round.
Tb. frmbaoom syphiesd out sad the
amk me md ind ile l amob d m fih the
botom wkh dl them receive a layer of
mi. Tbe wik wi be Fmp!!dMis
aoaema la- r. The poeel wbe
a mAfmuem pb m toe h amd
Wid Wtae ttlb-fthbe beauty of O

Fa~ty Comb"&sK. N.3.L~
Ches Dr. Crow, IA HAlL
29906%lietr. 1. A. Nusmyths.

We, th IL C. V. ookla vm

11,111kin W-3. V.W, We, Mmgul
0. SL sk-e
aq, JkI, W.ambakmomar,
A.. ass&4~-

Fl etmad lbabora maal)aed a mess
bhae Ieas. They reported iron, man-
gmme. m eppr, aue lead, Lausman-
ilte eand aepiele.. Tfee. of flour,
indium hB~ame M alele acid, a l
suphaemid bhydroen wee also found.
Pa. .tmm.ina of las and roacbes were
tane d within iO depths. The re-
part was uahmitataugly accepted by Dr.
semasle namd pre e coct. Dr.
Pint declared the itre to be slightly
anwhoa.eM for all humans except
.Wh y the t Ue-
Magie (deoway) -Ask Mr. Foster
bhe 'miighta lmow.
Griec-ever known to grim, thin his
bhansome wavy hibr eaptievat alo.
Nibbiag Pilly-thbe only man they
ever eaw that grew his beard on the beck
Shisu neck (Note his dead has been
trimmed mm.)
Ch-ap-tang-(Chapli)-so like Apollo
OMl Red Bey because he is the walk-
ig delegate of the W.C.T.U. Whiskey
can't tamible am.
Biscuit Bs mostly on aseaunt of his
Sambora because there is oly one of
his kind or species. Soewhat of a
Hmdesek-he ise beh a rusher.
High Sp---g,-becatse of his lovely
voiee the sweetaes and tenderaess of
which plays upon their very heart trying
Saee-Mc Rae a opoudof his Mc--
Cter--b couse he never knocks
Peter Ceatar-so bold a ver bluMhs.
Comnee-jat Daare.I
Twier-..acae he kamow he can't
aMg thehaie "anddfigmusacles appeal
to 0m.
Amea-em easily ,ma throath.
Miseg ink-they me o little of him
Roo-evel-his smiling essatemsn e.
Albertem-Ba- jove aso mnek Hke
Cholly dua't you koaw.
Ga-bem e he takes them out rid.
m e seah in s turmeaie
oem-swvry body like "Poor ee
Kimee ohabee bsaoaimek like time
waes.-emebse is m man interest.
a pIer (Toe know.)
Tose soSmmswitai his jewelry.
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Httle wooly goat.
Timpkhm--he ueinda tlSI v,
Dr. Flint-Mr. Carter mm
ber is -Catr Dr. they Mit Ii
mber tme.

Melay -jim te mado ingy anmty.
Dr. Flints now mvwearingIs wblhee
They are SettnU amy-w- e.-
qut e. ... .
Dean-Tbey teln me Vyeaw a let Sf
that Dea girl it summer. lKme yeM,
I frequently met her ia her eahg it
Twiteher-How Ioa did it tae ym
to learn how to run a m aeeasmie Pap
oh fire or alz,-Twitebhr Bee or i dzt
weeks ?-Roy no aatoie-M-ea.

Daeky That horrid meimdt me md m
kissing me last nght.-Tlav why dlat
yoa seams? Decky I didMt wme to
mcare the poor fellow.
Dirty-I've got such a head tris moen
Pat.-Got in early I suppose?
Dirty-Yes, I attended (to) a lghball
lat niht.
Ammd FsJ bay.
On Friday ahftemo, Feb md.,L the
Athletic Associateoa iomngmwatd amd
succe-fally canted out the FPirt a.
masl i eld Da. No m lftlq bab.
bte to the wped mesory of srge
*a-ingtob could have be-t ma6.
Clema manly sports, mech am WamiE-
ton himself ladalgd nmd emelled li
were the orderof the day, md to my
that the lst., Field Day wa aa mMqup
fed succe is expmoag it very mildly.
The Athletic Comiateeto the Faculty
had charge of the progpm and the
event swre nma ofwIaV m- psudhIiom o
quikebm that grmatly pied the lagr
ad appweciWve adleace that e
out from town. OCat. Ca adm Coach
rorsythe went arou-d aemat ohe mar.
chants of GainMewil and In
having doated a very *ceriaiMe ad
us"ia lot of -rI The pr- wae
didbI d ms the polet jsymsem, uthe
having the mst poet taking at pck,
and o oandown thea e.
With the Athletie committee hdmg
the wtdes aMd awscg a judMe mb-a
ted by Rev. CraiChlU. ad with Cae h
FPonytbema Oanal Starter, Mthea lm
ing events ware noauted ear:

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iblio have confidence in the Bargains offered during our mles.
xds-we own them at a little less than the average merchant and we
nuoh less during this mle.
id come here during this sale and see the values we offer you and
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e "Jp S&k at 25e;

Eain th h. isI eao B.ey.t..Wear Departme*t
Save $2.5o to $5.0o on a nice skirt during
this Sale.
Beautiful Shirt Waists at Sale Prices,
Splendid Values at 98, 1.48, 1.98.

Silk Shirt Waist suits at about i2 p
The Muslin Underwear we offer you


real Bargains.

Tle Store WLre You Buy Milli-
m ery Foer Le
and were ye. a little more style for
your mo ey. Save least 1.. buying here.

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Special Sle Linens, Spread
Sheets and Pillow Oam
Inve-tigate and find their valpe today asd
y u will find they are cheap.
Standard Bleachingp at Sale Prices.

Special saae of Hosiery
And Underwear for Ladies and ChildraL
Good V:-w Hosrwy for Los at S at s a k pe.
Good Values in ChIMwm's eld y at 1s. Iti s
Childrn's Sock. I 5 e pair.
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S dt. 5 p aM 6 Ca r MtL ax paits.
sem. Ma&s. dub ShbadaS; S.Thm
s a ie mm and O em. Time 11

4th. ar a ae a2 yd& Gibbs 3;
OLa. m* y&. Emese tmas's; Rime
aX; 3o0smdS
Mh. Thaee Laged Ram 2sw yds.
Shards and Tompkls 6; Corbett anad
GMabI 2a; Ladwig and wu&d.
7h. Hammer Throw. *41b Radset ;
FHsuadMock 2 6ft.
ath. Stmading Bread Jump. Kime 5;
Mickler ; Pernoos ad Orace. ft 1
fth. Pule Valt. Earman 5; Corbett
a%; Yearwood and Weller. 7ft. lian.
1Sth. smo yd. Deas. Tompkins 5;
fIhaadse %. Time a4 mecoads.
S11th. Ruaninag High Jump. Kime 5;
ShaMads I; Grace. 4ft. Sia.
lth. Cracker Eating Contest. Kirk
S; D. Dryan 2%; Strooms 1.
1Mth. Potato Race. Gibbs 5; D.
Bryan v ; Rader, Mickler and Corbett
14th Running Brad Jump. Tomp-
IWas 5; Corbett 2%: Pernoos and Grace.
Ift. 7laches.
1Ith. Tag of War.' Capt Johnston
and Co. woe. Capt. Gibbs and Co.
A. lostL
Prime baeuh of Rananma.
The 3U) Hurdle was the prettiest
evemt to the spectators. Shands won b)
about Oft.
I Kime's high jumping had a beauty
about it that appealed to all, and his
aMe ashued lit knowledge of that
brach of sports.
ii1hD worn 1slt place by hard work.
Wkbhomt a doubt he is the bet all round
athletic in the College.
The barrel race and cracker eating
meItet ware both very fanny and caused
leb o fan among the spectator.
Co-sett adl Gibbs lost the three legged
race by only two inches Hard luck.
Thaompsn did some record r inning in
the uldah.
2em potato race was a killing eent
CassIt set the pace, and a hot ore too.
S.-was leading Gibbs by 8 feet, but 4
lipped oa the hard waddand fell, scat-
erlag hbs poatoM. Gibbs was then 9ft.
lo held. More hard luck.
Vli you eve Poamd skiing up that
L. Im't bragging much. Tley
S a hod tme with Co. A. anad the
spM ras usclose that they didn't have

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BIG INK OP Bnyte. set, r, J .baw UM-.d
Wash Goods, White Goods, c(f- pP '" f ,llam
Dmp.$ap b*b "s. wanon" g par. he
Organdies, and Lawns, Laces, dr isi o, ua br oo vung rds.
Embroideries, Towels, Table diso~.ts T WsS
Unens and anl blw& of hMN.~ t1. asper ar
h-rnenmdlm 1nr m omms, mm
House Furnishings low a m. h wM.uav hI. w

Parosols, Umbrellas, ,,......p.... ...h .. .,
ws MOmws of Gan vl a .
MRS. R. WILSON "r"shit" Ttw *w mwtik Rm lsatm
Stbeaso meat yewr. If tup tcptsin
See the styles of fahioaWe viWtifg dM mdI aSWMgMOwG btoM M 0IMng
cards, either printed or engraved, at started.
Tbe Elevstor Odee. Follow the crowd ad go to the Cty
Reerything in the meat linaeat Fnga's Bakey, HiiU Block, ur all hime of Pan.
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wemudv was aura that hwe
3andm kn.ewu dm* helphut

Gaa the Vast velue seof
Ve/ i ,.es. .
SUwat"Ml NIght wre a
rhivd. The Mesa Ma. was
Iselding dew. through a
le adlesa. shy. Eweybedy e
SIeart a d bw i I tw large
buamagalr an gat ready
-U the ade anceer Ther.
be*pMemealt geme at
WMems Absalts eiemee It was em ememt elnee
e -eme aee et mong tegoter.
em te ms em ine hi asi hn% stat oee v ma., at
h s s Anm heii mad IersmeOwee "wehke*hAo
as aseMMd -a- she just eftd hlp I t helb a
,e y ala. had hept Mum hi err to her the Nailouero
sethas see miner wore gai
sat uchedy made us. ellaer bemuses mealle weahd fee' the
~sr ben a hide hi-ll seumept the Afriem. et a had a. weureety
an asGMek lady, whe hand heatesesm.
Srive& TMeeUses Mw wa
M e"oh draw in two large

S mm emsu mel.. a Ieeemp Soeen fa rnemesea lwryo
sow In t.w hi human. mature. .o

TeOM wm O- hlow at P id ahee h
af es muwhe v Se jto i isthe Dog
Eali.'bees~miotber WaM uistdo I.E bar-
elk at tehe lbr wham Ow peple o. ake
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Emelled Ipo.
81m at DeLand, March 8 9th
Stoea Gainesrille, April 6.7th,
MUM at Macos, April 20th., and
et gm Ms w pending. Boys,
thi books I Hke bui-s-. The man-
er h doma his part. The coach
riM ed hs bet to get boys to
- Gam out and pr actice nd thor
tat have com out have been
wMiy baeftted by the things
they harmed rom him. But not
-eahb material has shown up for
pV-1.m There is not a single
posie al w the team that is not
d opea to a better man than
m, O. have been practicing in
dne pnaltions for the past week.
Thee are at least a dozen boys
who have not so much as been out
toD ak em at a practice who have
In themthe making of good base
all players. Can the Coach be
efpeetnd to put tortb a team not
ao much a winning team-but first
a tam that will not bring discredit
to the Umiversity and State wkich
OW-y u@prmat, when boys wait to
hm ihggd to come out and try for
he team? Is this college spirit?
Bit may spirit at all? Yes, this is
a kind of spirit. This is the
-pirit which has made the Student
i this College a bunch of
ka-cs. And do you know
what a knoacker is? He is that
ea, hearing cuss that
-a-ks around. is always saying
M*. cutting things about those
Gs who work so hard to try to
dUP that which they a.r ter..

maybe you are not physically able.
That's all right, for in that case you
are not expected to participate in
such events. But you can control
that big mouth of yours. Now,
we men on the foot ball team had
to stand the worst kind of knock-
ing. Enough, more than enough
to discourage anybody, but you
didn't hurt us, you only hurt
yourself. Now don't start to
knocking the baseball team, if you
can't play come out and encourage
the boys who are trying for the
team. If you can play, come out
to practice every afternoon at 3:30
o'clock. We need you, we want
you, we must have your assistance.
We are going to Stetson. Will
your naume be on that Block ticket,
or will you be sitting around the
Barracks cussing out the team and
finding fault with each member
wearing the F. Resign from the
Knockers, join the ranks of the
Loyal, and Root-dog gone you-
root. You can practice every
afternoon at 3:30, Now, will you?
Student its up to you.
Temis Notes.
The Tennis Club is now on the
boom. It has a full quota of num-
hers as given below with the fol.
lowing officers: Coach Forsyth,
President; W. W. Gibbs, Manager
of Courts; R. D. Rader, Treasurer.
Members: Barrs, Johnson, Rader,
Gunter, Neilson, Dean, Cason,
Mickler, Shands, Kime, Gibbs,
WellIr Danil Daniel.l A lderman

good. You gain by giving-so
give sympathy and cheerful loyalty
to the institution, and to its athle
tics, be proud of them and quit
knocking. Stand by your coach
and captain, they are doing the
best they can. If the place is faulty
and the athletic teams are poor.
mske them better by an example
of cheerfully doing >our own work
every day the best you can and
mind your own business.
If the team on which you are
playing is all wrong, and the
coach is a lunatic, it may be well
for you to go to the coach and con-
fidently, quietly and kindly tell
him that he is no. good. Explain
to hinm th-t h:s p .:1cy i alsurd
and jptrpo.ttieous, lltein show' hill
how to reioru i s w iys, and yuu
might offer to take cilarge of the
team and cleanse it of its secret
faults. Do this, or if for any
reason you should prefer not to
then take your choice of these,
Get out, or get in line. You have
got to do one or the other-now
make your choice If you play
for a iman, in heaven's name p!ay
for l;im! w..rk for i:', speak
well of hiii tlii::k \ l % 1 hilil,
stan lby him and iby ti Le intitu.
tion. I think it I played uniidr a
coach I would work for himi, I
would not work for him part of the
time, and the rest of the time work
and knock against him. I would
give an undvided service or none,
wear onue face all the time. If put
to the pinch, an once of loyalty)
is worth a pound of cleverness.
If you must vitify, conidemuin and
eternally disparage, why, resign
your position, and when you are
outside damini to your hearts con-
tent. But, I pray you, so long as
you are a part of the institution,
do not condemn it, not that you
will injure the inslitution-not


Coege Spirit

GeInt~r GeW is U is thTalk
One thing that suggests itself at
this time, is the conditions that
spring up like deadly nightshade
from a poisonous soil. I refer t<
the habit of sneering, knocking,
corping, grumbling at and criticis-
ing those who are above us.
The man who is anybody, and
i who does anything, is surely going
to be criticized, vilifyed and misun-
9 derstood. This is part of the pen-
g alty for greatness. The first proof
of greatness lies in being able to
9 endure continually without resent-
Not long ago I heard a "gang"
of these students talking. I am
sure they did not represent the
true University spirit, for they
were full of criticism and bitterness
toward the institution. President
Sledd came in for his share, and I
was supplied with items, facts,
dots, with times and places for "a
peach of a roost."
Very soon I saw the trouble was
not with the institution; the trou-
ble was with the young man. They
have dwelt on some fancied slights
until they have gotten so out of
harmony with the institution that
they have lost the power to derive
any benefit from University fe.
This is not a perfect institution,
which we are quite willing to ad-
mit, but it does supply certain ad.
vantages, and it depends upon the
students whether they will avail
themselves of the advantages or
not. If you are a student in Col.
Aawso"ias upon the good tha

and tamped In withthe stick and a don't you"come out and make him The courts are nearly always tiil
hammer. Wed pound It so. hustleto keep his position. N Barrs never ave t .
after ball would be rammed In ad stle to keep is pstn ever aves tem.
pounded until the whole became a sol- We have seen Earman working Too bad the courts are not in
Id plug. When the hole was nearly out. Where is Phil Carter. Only better condition. The Ten,,s
fullthen thwe would poe put awa toheplug a been out once. We are going to Club are making the hk'st of it
son. As the wood dried the moisture depend on you two pitchers. Bet- however and they find lots of re-
would be drawn from the tobacco, ter get busy. Earman has got creation in playing on them.
And when It was split the sweet e s. t .
tobacco ever made was taken from st. some mighty good curves and his Did you see Gunter and Cason
We called It 'pluh' tobacco, and that's control has improved very much. with their lovely red and white
where thename orignated-Kanss The old rehiables are out in the sox Weren t they loud. Cason
field, but there is always room for couldn't be heard above them.
Ca' Laughter? one more. "Why don't you try." Co :'rTT.
What was the origin of the phrase Have you .... een Pat Johnston .
"Enough to make a cat laugh Have you _een Pat son ....
Dr. Murray's Dictionary notices only line 'em out?
"Enough to make a cat speak." which Have you seen Pee Wee's A. C. The U university
Sexplained as sgalfying somethingL ,. ball. Oh its a beauty. And JVl
extraordinary, especially something L. ba l. u s s oeauty And J
very good to drink. "Old liquor able to just aint he proud ot it. -oo-wr -
make a cat peak" Is quoted from an The hoodoo word-Slide to 1 0
early eighteenth century source, and second.
therewith Btephano's mark to Call. Aa A ri htly Cl
ban Is compared. "Open your mouth; Say, can you built like Pee Wee. g y college iap"r
toe ou that which will give language Guess he knows how to lay 'em that Deserves Your Patroinge
to you that only to ee Miss Squ er m ow n.
ant said that only to me Miss Sque sre' w.

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si Be atchin g
w r m" t hgh wind that

as h. The latter only te
oaf s teadent IeMn are hot
STo eten bOtterCle s o

a 1i o. sudlmg aid knock. ..atehg haineu It i sf
I st k et the ad yoWIN gItis the net thatctt
Aondt tt thy amfullo ntIs an.
of Ttervewe d coodea. w hand reach in
o a w -----aas .-befter hanahadbill in

sd they blocked the cban- The not is the news-
p bd had to be dynamited. .P This reaches out
*Me oat dof harmony with the
t gume s, omd so longer beia g a a ce of several genera-
bd they had to be moved. tios has shown that the
Vi ca nomt help a team so long p is ithe b at
asp are explaining in nuder. *
topmad whisper, by gesture and Takf, for hittanee,
-_ by thought and mental V paper. (Motpe-
a 1tsthat the coach's system is pi te a an- '
de w ag. You are not sec. u uagugoam US p*a.
esnlyy menacing him by stirringpe pago ntthehomft pa
udlsoteate and warning envy W pg ph ome
UK of go f t op whom you
h strife, but you are doing this. iMt rea i If you get
Ym are getting yourself Upon a f bho y are
greased cbute that will soon
you a quick ride down and *at.
When you tell that policy of There is, indeed, a very much larger net that scoops in
t institution is, "rotten" you the business butterflies. t is stretched out not only over
sIhow that yours is. this oommipity, but over every similar community in the
studt get rootio. land. It is the mail order net, made u of big catalogues
i4'nestudents get promotions and oa advertisements in periodicals w ch are circulated
iahdt of their failings; but the broadcast to catch the unwary.
are that your superiors To prevent that great net-which is really an octopus
not have the love that sunereth with a thousand tentacles-from catching your trade away
and is kind. The silent stu. from you, wisdom suggests that you use your home net-the
tow ra.ed rit crit suallyaword to the wise is sufficient .
o oe, raled at noIf you want to keep your patronage or build it up, you
his d business. and mudidst compete with the butterfly catchers from the outside.
tat no man ever can do The Dollar is the Butterfly. It has green wings, and is
ttractive to merchants in the big cities just as it is attrac-
perfect confidence and untiring de- '"
votion is the man that is going to If you would catch these pretty butterflies that are cir-
votion isculating around home, you must use the net that circulates
the front. Let as mind our busi- around home.
ness, and work for self by working Could anything be plainer?
for the good of all.
Hammer-a small, busy simple. *w
ment carried by blacksmiths, geo- -
oitand knockers for breaking A rfw et Li mad Pck-ups. We want Carter, both of the,,.
iron, rock or friendship. Some of the boys will have to Hancock, Ralph Thomas, Pu'owd
buckle down to studies if they want and all the rest of you fellows that
D"PLUG" TOBACCO. to be on the base balls team. You can play ball to come out to prac-
-PLUG TOBACCO know the rule. tic. How about iP?
A Old Parmer's Stry How tMe The new bats have come. Don't Don't you want to go to Stetson,
Nm Oig roited. you want a bat which no one but Rollins and Macon. All co eds.
In the Jury room at the courthouse a "
few days ago an old time farmer Mi yourself can use. Its worth a dol- CoxuBTT.
as he took a chew of tobacco: lar. See Pee Wee..
"All the diffnee In tlW worM l We hlke Bouris style. We like A rew Net lel.
inds, and none is as ood as that we his spirit better. You'll have to Wouldn't you hate to ve
used to make ourselves down on the bustle to get away from 3rd base. obbs' j.
rm. We wou tak a maple Ludwig wants to get that short uess Jimmie Shlands la s
while 'twas green and bore a doses .
boles In 't with a two Inch aug. arm throw to second down a little some tennis.
They wenr our molds. We seleted our better. Pat and Tommy are al- So far Coach is tlhe only one
cho cest tobao andl aked It e a ways right there to get it when it who has been him. Fast, well
we'd take the leaf to tihe log, get a comes down that way. I reckon.
good hickory tampinl stick and so to Corbett is holding down 1st at Neilson has some tite cuts, but
"A Uttle baU of the honey soaked to- present. There are two other 1st he is so fancy, makes the ladies
bacco would be put In the age hole basemen in this college. Why say, Oh! Isn't he lovely.

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very attractive cover, but in re-
gard to the editorial concerning
the News we must confess that the
last clan .- is somewhat vague.
We consider it better to have one
"chief theme" on the front page
than nothing but themes all the
way through. We heartily thank
our sisters for the complimentary
remarks concerning the "editors'
ambitions" and the "decided
sense of humor in the locals."

It is probably that the Universi-
ty of Florida will be substantially
remembered by the Florida legis-
lators. A liberal appropriation
could be used to advantage, and it
would be appreciated by all friends
of higher education throughout
the state.-Palatka Times-Herald.
The University at Gainesville,
and the Female College at Talla-
hassee, should both receive sub-
stantial appropriations from this
legislature. When the Buckman
bill was up for consideration at the
last session the cry of its advocates
was that Florida had more state
institutions than she could proper-
ly provide for, but that with only
two, enough money could be spent
on them to make them great insti-
tutions. To say the least, the leg-
islature ought to give to the two
institutions a sum of money tqual
to that given to all of them hereto-
fore. -Pensacola Journal.
That's right, brethern, put the
talk to them along this line thick
and regular. We would rather
hear you talk that way than to
drink watermelon juice on a warm
day in July. If the legislature
deos not intend to give us as much
money as was appropriated before
the Buckman Bill passed, why, in
the name of common sense did
they pass it? The idea was to
concentrate the money and now if
they cut us short, (give us less than
before) it will seem that they played
a cheap trick on us. The Solons

Pubis ed miil-ioily (on Friday) sme'i to g* 5mog ti pavw of
8& A. SANBORN. EDITOR "Phys~oisouat tell us that the big
Oosed people do the work's work,"
HERBRRT PFLKEL AiSOCIATE said a abort based man the other day.
PRANK WELLER EXCHANGES "and they geesaily add a lot of rub-
W. W. GIBBS SOCIETY b about Napoleoa's big now and
ROY W. CORBE rT ATHLETICS bow e always selected big nosed men
SM 1a011 iM tI carry out daring undertakings.
ARTHUR ALBERTSON L. W. HOL- "That Napoleon story was Invented
LOWAY, WYATT B. MARTIN, R. P. by some *se with a nose like Cyrano
Pe Berherac, who wanted an excuse
ER-ONSo. JOHNTON. i proboscs and therefore pre-
Stended that hi nome was but the in-
trptin ISO yewr is adveace troduetloa to a massive, mposingt
character. It sla true that a big nose Is
sometimes Indicative of armnem and
The base ball team did a wise det-rmtastkm. but only when It Is as-
thing when they elected Sandy soclated with a strong Jaw and long
Graham as their captain for this chln, A big nose with a retiring chin
Mason W 1 al k w II almost t ildotic In the expressilon It
eason. We all know Pat's" lives to the countenance. Every car-
ability and feel more confident toonlIt know this. Whenever you see
with him at the head ot the team. a cartoon of a soelety dude It shows a
lone nose and a small chin.
"But there Is something to be said
The Saturday Evening Post says in favor of the short noses. The short
neO shows wit, imagination, tact.
that the bachelors should be pen- judgmentdiscretI aSocrates had a
signed instead of taxed, we haven't nub nose, and of the lively Imaglna-
beard any thing about the old tfve writers In almost any language
maids yet, are you going to tax a considerable proportion was short
nosed people. Long nosed men may
them or pension them? Let's pen do their share of the world's work,
sion them for pity sake. but the short noses write the clever
books and the entertaining plays. If
SBhakespeare had had a nose like the
The University of Florida is for- Duke of Wellington, do you ever sup-
tunate in having such a champion pose that be would have written the
in the senate as Harry Buckman "Mery Wives of Windsorr' He
might have been a successful theater
of Duval, the author of the bill at manager, but would never have be-
the last session creating the Uni. come a literary artist. t. Louis
versity. Their interests, and the Qlobe-Democrat.
interests of education generally, POLITICAL SPIE.
will be safe in his hands.-Pensa POLITICAL S ES.
cola Journal. They Are Qulte Common All Ovr tihe
________ Conmtine of Europe.
The legislature should not for- On the continent of Europe It Is quite
a common thing for royal personages
get its duty to the University of to be subjected to espionage, mainly.
Florida, and the Florida Female of course, for political reasons.
Coll The Buc an bl ws In Prance, Spain, Russia, Germany
College. The Buckman bill was nd Austria the practice obtains At
passed, abolishing the numerous one time during the reign of Napoleon
institutions, in order that the state IIl. a small army of political spile was
engaged in watching royal subjects. In
cuold properly provide for the two, fact, the vigilance of the different par.
and every dollar that can consis ties was so great that there were three
tently be spared should be given or four distinct secret services. The
emperor had his; the empress had hers;
to these institutions. -Pensacola the government and the republicans
Journal. respectively had theirs--all employed
_____ to watch the other parties and their
Verily, Verily, I say unto you Moreover, Bismarck had his spy over
that after forty days and forty the emperor. So that France was over-
nights it came to pass that a cer- ridden by ples, the most important,
however, being Bismarck's, to whom
tain magazine, Talisman by name, the war was indeed to a great extent
was found lost among the ex due.
changes of the University News. Thin secret service agent was a Ger-
es U i e man doctor, whose advice the unfortu-
The publication of the Female Col- nate emperor even preferred to that of
,g his own court physicians,. and thus
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Over Dutton & Co's Bank.


Behind the SsaMe He Is In a Maline
a PriAse.'r
In a way, behind the scenes ft a pm.
on. It is surely one of the very fow
places where intelligent men and weo
men are locked in their place of work
and where no message from the eoa
side world to allowed to reh them.
There is a tradition that actor ftk as
of unusually emotional temperament,
and If therefore a telegram is received
at the stage door It is never dellvend
until after the pserormane. The aue
Page might be an invitation to supper,
or It might announce that the ater'W
favorite brother has been hanged, or it
might be an offer In a stock company
to play twelve times a week, or *It
might tell the actor that be was the
father of twins or that his wife would
die without seeing him again unles
be came at once to her bedside. but all
of this Information Is supposed not to
be good for the actor's emotional d-.
position, and the telegram is terefon
given the same distinction as the
"mash" note and kent nntil after the

performance is fntabed. It cannot be O1ce Mifler's Law Exchange,
said that the actor's emotional dispo -
sitt. is very serlostly eomidered be- Graduate University of Pennsylvania.
yond the cast iron rule In regard to -
telegrams. His comfort and intel-
gene have been slightly flattered DR. DEVERE B. MORRISS
a few theaters of very recent date, but
for the moat part the condition of
behind the scenes in most playhooes DENTIST
is not calculated to breed particularly
high thoughts of any kind. Aa a matter Office over Marcus Endels.
of fact, he tois treated little better than
when be was only a "strolling player --
-a gypsy-several centuries ago.-
Charles Belmont Davis In Outing Mag-

An Old Farmer's ta ry of How the --
Name Originated. I g B R0A ]
In the jury room at the courthouse a
few days ago an old time farmer said
as he took a chew of tobacco: Dry Good Shoes, etc.
"All the dlfftrence In the world la Dry Goods, Shoes, etc.
tobacco. I've tried twenty different
kinds, and none as good as that weGainesville, Florida.
used to make ourselves down on the
farm. We would take a maple log ......................
while 'twas green and bore a dosem
holes In It with a two Inch auger. T
choicest tobacco and soaked it for a
week or more In wild boney. Then o
we'd take the leaf to the log, get a M EI O
good hickory tamping stick and go to
"A little ball of the honey soaked to. FURNISHINGS
bacco would be put In the auger hole
and tamped In with the stick and a
hammer. We'd pound It In sold. Ball A H harper,
after ball would be rammed In and
pounded until the whole became a sol-
Id plug. When the hole was nearly
full, we would pound In the plug. wa4
then the log would be put away to sea.
son. Au the wood dried the moisture
would be drawn from the tobaeem

b tip- midllbio 9 A-1 m

Bismarck knew even better than Na- tobacco ever made was taken from I
poleon the real state of the latter's We called t 'plug' tobacco, and that's
health, which was. of course, a very where the name originated."-Kansas
Important factor in the political sita- City Star.
tion at those times.-Pearson's Weekly.
Cat Laughter?
He Could Run. What was the origin of the phrase
He could run, all right, all right. "Enough to make a cat laugh?'
He had to. Talk about your amatoors Dr. Murray's Dictionary notices only
that spring for sport-this party had "Enough to make a cat speak," which
learned to run or starve, as a boy. an' is explained as signifying something 1
had never forgot how. Why, say, when extraordinary, especially something
he tore hisself loose from a vicinity It very good to drink. "Old liquor able to
seemed like the whole landscape was make a cat speak" Is quoted from an I
crippled. I used to try him out by giv- early eighteenth century source, andI
In' him a start an' abootin' at him. If therewith Stephano's remark to Call-
he beat the bullet, we figgered he was ban Is compared, "Open your mouth;
up to form, but if the lead overtook here is that which will give language
him we'd call it an off day an' un- to you; cat." Miss Squeers' maidserv-
load the ca'tridges. I've seen him scare ant said that only to see Miss Squeers'
a Jack rabbit up till It was working' un- friend. Miss Price, toes her head was
der forced drafts, then limp up to "enough to make a tomcat talk French
it from behind an' kind of yawn an' grammar." But even that Is not ex-
stretch, an' then goad It to wake up or actly laughing. Has It anything to do
else get off the trail an' let somebody with the mythical Cheshire animal?--
run that knowed how.-MeClure's Mag- London Chronicle.
Dress In Old Massahusett.
Oh, Yes, of Course. There was en ancient law In Maasa-
Of the many children and women In chusetta that ladle' dresses should be
Nazareth. Palestine, who have picked made long enough to hide their shoe
up a little English all have a way of buckles. In 1600 an act of the general
saying "of course" Instead of a simple court prohibited short sleeves and re-
"yes." The expression which French qur garments to be lengthened so a
people catch up as characteristic of to cover the arts to e lengthe wredst a
the American and Englishman is al- gowns to the shoe buckles; "Immod-
ways "Oh, yesa" A correspondent, who rate great breeches, knots of ribbon
has cycled down the Rhone valley, broad shoulder bands, and they be.
about Provence and along the Riviera, silk roses, double ruffs and cuffs" were
found himself greeted with "Oh. yes'! forbidden. In the same colony, In
by the children in the streets of nearly 1013, I. Fairbanks was tried for wear-
every town. And he discovered when Ing great boots, but was acquitted.
his attention had been called to the
point In this way that "Oh, yes!" was The Early Worm.
really what he and hi companions Entertaining a children's party at a
were always saying. certain millionaire's house. In New
Yotk. a woman professional teller of
His Busines. stories to Juveniles happened to em-
The lady in black pointed toward the ploy the old proverb, "The early bird
sky. catches the worm." A little boy ques-
"My husband," she sighed, "Is up toned the proverb promptly. "But
there, but he is looking down. Per- wasn't the worm foolish." he asked.
baps he sees all that we do." "to get up early and be caught?' "My
"How long has he been dead. dear," said the story teller, "that worm
maa'amr we inquired gently. hadn't been to bed at alL He was (
With a frown, she answered: just getting home."
"Dead? He Isn't dead. He's an
aeronaut."-Exchange. Girl Friends.
Nell Did you tell her I couldn't
Suspicious Signs. come? Belle Yes, and she seemed
"You better hurry up en collect de surprised. Nell-But didn't you ex-
rent from Br'er Williams." plain to her that I've got the chicken-
"How come?' pox? Belle-Yes; that's what surpris-
"Well, fer de las' six nights he been ed her. She said you were no chicken.
a-angin' 'Jerusalem, My Happy Home,' -Catholic Standard and Times.
en It's my opinion he's a-flxin' ter
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e aorNts uand the forgotten his
rohtace was an the face of an angel.
hear was that was hich owed throatgh
baek artee to anobscure place, where
e was mee to had be whole week as
earningInto a relief box tor the bene-
a othe yelow ee. sufferers. Not
Sar tia e o a mened and died of t
S plague, and whe his body was pe-
pt d for itsa htningraveod for he
a hover tor God e was. a lividnow
ark was found which showed that
ba, a r hadm up, let hm dbranded r
a evetedfeld on Lov.
Aoglaet he Lightnin eRe.
Son time agoon a member of the
Ds lteormed church In Poughkeep-
o umde this premt against a propusei-
tes to buy a ilytakinig rod for the
Cohmu : "We've benl to great deal
rbla nd great eal pe to buildoved.
a Tboe or God ve t and now Ifearer are we
eto a mind. to duder on his o
hI me and bum him up, let him under
Gue! I shan't vote for de under radr

La R poaule to love a d time
Love. like fire, must have continual
movwhat we ment. avWhen t ceases to hope
Wad fear, it ceames to exist.
Treason why lovers are never
weary of being together I because
they aor always talking of themselves.
our martin love s a sure me. After
e wie habeloved.
The me nwe love the neofer are we
to hate.
Women alm who love. more easily pardon
pat indiscretions than little Infidel-
Iteror weImpt toible to love a mnaran tim ask
what we have one really ceased to

He Limed tihe Family.
Gavernr Clalborne F. Jackson of
Meouri emaied five sisters. Ater
Swife had been lt and errori-
atei turned be emposed another,
a" he kept i courting within a nat-
m eele. of h s own relatives or he
Sather lied the amily.
The v enerable ather of these girls
was almd you, and whroared the gov-
eraor went to this octogenarian to ask
eran hisou nee dant yhter the tfollow-

1ow, my lad, but or oodns' sake I

anythmsg happens to that 'ere poor d:t-

tle gal dowant come an do yask meou? What
"For my wifor
"For life'
"l want--to-mar-4mrr

Jac"weo" solemnly promised that het-

Onever would.

The Deadly Tongue.
The second most deadly Instrument
of destruction is the dynamite gun.
The gun merely kill bodies; the tongue
kills reputations and ofttimes ruins
characters. Each gun works alone; each
loaded tongue has a hundred accom-
plices. The havoc of the gun Il visible
at once. The full evil of the tongue
lives through all the years; even the
eye of Omniscience might grow tired
la tracing It to Its finalty. The crimes
of the tongue are words of unkindness,
of nager, of malice, of envy. of bitter-
nes, of harsh criticism, gossip, lying
and andal. Theft and murder are
awful crimes yet In any single year
the aggregate sorrow, pain and suffer-
ing they caume In a nation is micro-
scopic when compared with the sor-
rows that come from the crimes of the
togue-Wllam George Jordan.
Something New In Kentueky.
Fairbanks of Indiana and Shaw of
Iowa were stumping Kentucky. After
a successful meeting the Kentucky
coloael who had the two Republlcan
statement In charge Invited them Into!
the hotel barroom for same refresh-
"What'll you have? he asked Sena-
tor Fairbanks.
"A liUtte cold -pol--r'e" was the
-And your said the host to Gov-
ernor Shaw.
"I think I will have a glass of but-
The barkeeper turned to the Ken-
tuekan. "What shall I give you, col-
ael? he asked&
The Kentucky gentleman heaved a
long sgh. -Under the circumstance
bhe aid, think you can give me a



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r. Selards' class n bhlowpipe anal-
yais is progresamag splendidly.
Old Tom George W -dcock samud a
new mineral.' He called it ar-emopyrite.
On February the 28th., we had oysters
for supper.
G. Tarrosa is a bard man to leck up.
"Sport" Wanters got hit and Capt.
Coa's dog jumped from the second story
ead sprained his leg the same day. ,
G. Tarrosian bought a new book on
Socialism. Yesa, he talks a little. He
hs almost converted "Big" Martin.
Hathaway did not wear his bmown suit
and derby lat Sunday. Kirk says
Hathaway was discharged from Browns.
vlle during the disturbance dowa there.
Queofour boyshas a strange mania
for petting pugs dogs. He neaer passes
oam with out stopping to pat it on the
head Thi% modern Pied PIper may Ien
see o0n the streets any day with a pack
of small canines strong along at his
"Broacho Buster"-Dean gave a free
eahiltion of the Buffalo Bill stunt in one
act Sunday afternoon
sw^2^m-^Be a-^.k

Green sink, a pretty little lake near the
University is being converted into a swim-
Ming pool for the boys. It is about forty
yards in circunlfereice fifteen or twenty
feet deep and almost perfectly round.
The water has been syphoned out and the
muck and muad will be removed from the
bottom which will then receive a layer of
eand. The work will be completed in
about a mouth longer. The pool will be
a source of much pleasure to the boys and
add not a little to the beauty of our
Atdetic irety.
Faculty Committee. M. H. Cox,
Chairman, Dr. Crow, Lt Ball
Physical Director. I. A. Forsythe.
Athtitle Association.
Pesident, C. nryan, Vice Presi.
dent, D. Bryan, Secrer, R. W. Cor.
bett, Treasurer, W. W. Gibbs.
Bae BallU-'07.
Captain Manager, G. M. String-
Foot all-'08
Captain, R. W. Corbett, Manager, J.
& Stands.
Track Team-'08.
Captain,. J8. S ,ndsh Manager, W.
W. Gibbs.
Tenais Club-W7.
mtC J. A. Forstbe. Secretary

a- Tusm"e"r, I. ader, Mner
of Courts, W. W. Gibbs.
University News.
Athletic Editor, Roy W. Corbett.

Felkel and Sanborn anal& zed a mess
hall biscuit. They reported iron, man-
ganse, copper, since, lead. tausman-
nite and splegelesen. Traces of flour,
sodium bicarbonate, aaleic acid, and
sulphuretted hydrogen were also found.
Fossil remains of flies and roaches were
iswbedd-4 within its depths. The re-
port was unhesitatingly accepted by Dr.
Sellards and pronosifd correct. Dr.
Pint declared the mixtae to he slightly
unwholesome for all humans except
Why the Gifrl tIe:-
Maggie (Holloway) -Ask Mr. Foster
he 'might" know.
Gric-never known to grin, thin his
handsome wavy hair captivates also.
Nibbling Filly-the only man they
ever saw that grew his beard on the back
of his neck (Note his deard has been
trimmed new.)
Chapuntang-(Chapin)-so like Apollo
Old Red Bey because he is the walk-
ing delegate of the W.C.T.U. Whiskey
can't tumble us.
Biscuit Bans mostly on account of his
Sanborn because there is only one of
his kind or species. Somewhat of a
curiosity? .
Handcock-he is such a rusbher.
High Springs-because of his lovely
voice the sweetness and tenderness of
which plays upon their very heart strings
Snac-Mc Rae so proud of his Me-
Cater-be case he never knocks
Pound-because he never qrarrela
Peter Center-so bold-never blushes.
Canova-jmat Dearle.
Twitcher-be esea he knows he can't
aing then his hard and dig muscles appeal
to them.
Ames-so easily seen through.
Missing Link-they aee so little of him
Roosevelt-his smiling countenance.
Albertson-Bah jove so much like
Cholly don't you kouw.
Glen-because he takes them out rid-
ing so much in his turnouts.
Coach-Every body likes "Poor Pee
Kime becausehe issomuch like time
Clyde-because he is such an interest-
ing speller (You know.)
Tobe so generous with his jewelry.
Alderman-they cea't explain some-

A Moremabn-nf ever oigetf any UtBun
they tell him.
Lieutenant-they didn't hear him say
that he was married.

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Winter-becase he is so like a -ses Pgram --
little wooly goat. st. Short Put (141b.) Sift. HdoE -l eM
Tompkia-he reminds them of kr- st. 5 point, Rader sd. 2 point. ilal hst" i
bour. sad. 100 yds. dash Shands 5; Thomp- If sh. e
Dr. Flint-Mr. Carter ten us whet am- kiNS 29; Kime and Graw. Time 11 p reessiem
er is -Cater Dr. they get it from the cood. V
amber tree. 3rd. Rope Climablg 11t. Pound 5; v
McRay joined the literary nciety. udwig a2; Corbet sad MeRae. Time Te Pe
Dr. Flint is now wearinghis whitegre 8 In all Kinds of
breeches. 4th. Barrel Race 220 yds Gibbs 5; Il all Kinds of
Corbett Dry Goods2 ad.0
quitoes. 2; seconds. D rv
Dean-They tell me you saw a lot of 6th. Three Legged Race 220 yds. Asmmg d
that Dean girl last summer. Kime ys, Sbudsa and Tompkins 5; Corbett and BIG LINM 0 _._I
I frequently met her in her bathtlg amit. Gibbs a; Ludwig and Pound.
Twitcher-How loXn did it take you 7th. Hammer Throw. *41b Radet 5; Wash Goods, White Goods, cigars, ea
to learn how to runan sactomobile? Roy IHandcock 2a. 63ft. soap. WispI
oh five or siz,-Twitcher fie or six what 8th. Standing Broad Jump. Kime 5; Organdies, and Lawns, Laces, dried .
weeks ?-Roy no automobiles. Mickler 21; Persons and Orace. 9ft. I Embroideries, Towels, Table 4 dineths a
Ducky That horrid biscuit insisted ou inch. nd all nc of
kising me last night.-Tinny why didn't 9th. Pole Vault. Earman 5; Corbett Linens and all bunhor
you scream? Ducky I didn't want to 2%; Yearwood and Weller. 7ft. n. House F rnishin fouredolland
scare the poor fellow. 10th. 220 yd. Dash. Tompkins 5: e urnurchsed
Dirty-I've got such a bead this morn- Shands al Time 24 seconds. purchased
ing. llth. Running High Jump. Kite 5; Pa SOS, Umbrellas, prs
Pat.--Got in early I suppose? Shands 2%; Grace. 4ft. 8in. i 3r. OS Ue
Dirty-Yes, I attended (to) a highball 12th. rackerer Eating Contest. Kirk mere' ants
last night. 5; D. Bryan 2%; Stroons. M S R WI.SON, ri 'ar
183th. Potato Race. Gibbs 5; D. riSson gular
Ago" "" Day. Bryan 2%; Rader, Mickler and Corbett. tetson ne
On Friday afternoon, Feb 22nd., the 14th Running Broad Jump. Tomp- See the styles of fashionable visiting hands am
Athletic Association inaugurated and kings 5; Corbett 2a: Persons and Grace. cards, either printed or eugrAved, at started.
successfully carried out the First An- 16ft. inches. The Elevator Otlice. Follow t
nual Field Day. No more fitting tribe. 1.51h. Tug of War.' Capt Johnston Everything in the meat line at Fagan's Bakeay.' li
bhte to the sered memory of George and Co. B. won. Capt. Gibbs and Co. market. tf cv ke, i
Wadhington could have been made. A. lost.
Clean manly sports, such as Washing- Prize bunch of Bannanas.
ton himself indulged and excelled nl The 84)0 Hurdle was the prettiest
were the order of the day, and to say event to the spectators. Shands won by
that the 1st., Field Day was an unquali. about 6ft.
fled success is expressing it very mildly. Kime's high jumping had a beaut *
The Athletic Conmmitteeof the Faculty about it that appealed to all, and his
had charge of the program and the ease ilnuoed his knowledge of that Next Door to Posto
events were run off with a percision and branch of sports.
quickness that greatly pleased the large Shands won Ist place by hard work.
and appreciative audience that came Without a doubt he is the best all round A PLACE TO EAT SOI
out from town. Capt. Cox and Coach athletic in the College.
Forsythe went around among the mer- The barrel race and cracker eating Famous Cedar Key Oysters, all Styles. 0
chants of Gainesville and succeeded in contest were both very funny and caused
having donated a very acceptable and lots of fun among the spectators. --
useful lot of prizes. These prizes were Corbett and Gibbs lost the three legged *'904 *000900M**9t 3ttB0tt 5 tt
distributed on the point system, the man race by only two inches Hard luck.
having the most points taking first pick, Thompson did some record r inning in
and so on down the line. theI220dash. In STEAM
With the Athletic committee holding the potato race was a killing event. GA IN ESV ILLE STEAM
the watches and acting as judges assis- Corbett set the pace, and a hot ore too.
ted by Rev. Craighill, and with Coach He was leading Gibbs by 8 feet, but
Forsythe as Official Starter, the follow- slipped on the hard wad and fell, scat- ilJ L ATTE TION TO
ing events were contested for: tearing his potatoes. Gibbe was then 9ft.
in the lead. More hard luck. -
Did you see Pound skiing up that
*'Blickensderfer' rope?
Co. B. isn't bragging much. They
Typewriters are Per- had a hIrd time with Co. A. and the University Agent
feet in every detail result was so close that they didn't have niv
e any chance to crow. I u" *00---- -u : ::u : .It- --
IN ". r bUl_ training stood him _
S* right up to scratch on that cracker eat-
Agents, ling contest. Guess he can eat 'em your
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The great crowd that thronged the store on ope
that the trading public have confidence in the Ba
We have the Goods--we own them at a little le
will sell them for much less during this sale.
Make your list and come here during this sale
see the great saving. SALE CLOSES APRIL
I I I IIt II *

Special Sale Men's Shirts
50 Dozen Men's Fine Madras Shirts any one of them worth
$1 to $1.25, for this Sale..................................73-8c

Spoial Sale Linen Suitings
Fine Sheer white Linen worth 50c.............................. 39c
Colored Linens, 36 inch 60c......................................45c
72 inch Linen Sheeting 1.25 ..............................$1.00
90 inch Linen Sheeting 1.50................................. $15
90 inch Linen Sheeting 2.00...... .............. $1.69
45 inch Linen Sheeting splendid value.....................75c
36 inch Linen Sheeting worth 65..................................5oc

Special Sale Dress Goods
Light, Sheer Wool Goods, just the right weight. Sale Prices
Beautiful Silks for dresses or waists at Sale Prices
See the China Silks at 39c yard; see the Jap Silk at 25c;
'fl -- MIW_ 49-._ _-A O

CoodC BarE
During this Sale in our Ready-to-'
Save $2.50 to $5.00 on a ni
this Sale.


Shirt Waists


Splendid Values at 98, 1.48, i
Silk Shirt Waist Euits at a
The Muslin Underwear we
real Bargains.

The Store Where You
nery For Less

and where you get a little
C% 11 '


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ss than

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Lay of this great sale is evidence
offered during our sales.
L the average merchant and we

and see the values we offer you and

Sain Special Sale Linens, Spread
Wear Department Sheets and Pillow Cases
ce skirt during Investigate and find their value today and
y u ill find they are cheap.
tt Sale Prices, Standard Bleachings at Sale Prices.
[.98. Special sale of Hosiery
bout Y2 price. And IUnderwear for Ladies and Children.
offer you are Good V'. ie Hosiery for Ladies at 15, 19, 25, 35c pair.
Good Values in Children's Hosiery at 15, 19, 25c
Children's Socks, 10, 15, 20, 25c pair.

Hundreds of yards were sold the first two days. Plenty yet.
40 inch Lawn worth 15c................................................ WM
40inch Lawn worth 20c.............................................
more style for 45 inch Persian Lawn 25c ................................. I
/ I I At. : I-.l T^- T .. .. .. 93r.l- OP -,-.


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mi Csbett fen far below
deb 6 'epoie vut, both
adTft. Friday murmi,.
e---s Md cdleM -eM
.....Is had abd m noathsi
mid Uodw dayssm rec-
eild" would come
rl hofdte Isai, was as
bod, writing ppOr, bKi
harat brah, Huainck, N-a,
NU, Ldwis. Kr, ar ,

dt musoe... (o s
beggy for w a eftenoo, ety
, je ssy nboa Uiverled
W1 handle knife, hbo toile
box, bn writing w paper, Iwb
doaIe lUSbr vk ti.g cd .
mber atd vi to The Ievaimor
at SrooumHouse (to Ist man),
snasasM, -e tie, order tur
bug fra n afternoO., am|
rm in cash. witb which were
one daMt MIk ties.
nber and value of the list ,4
ks well for the spirit of the
of Gainesville.
hoping we can wmi out i a
Track, meet with Rolliss anl
xt year. Its up to Captaia
d Manager Gibbs to get things

he crowd and go to the City
ill Block, fijr all kinds of Fan-
Fresh Bread and Rolls.


)pen Early and Late.

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