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, Vol. VI University of Florida, Gainesville, Wednesday, March 6, 1918 No. 21 j 2



;. WILKINSON' WRITESON PROF.LECTURE JOHN TO YURTS LAW WILL SCHOOLThe I PRICES OF TOBACCO SPRING- FEVER AND APRIL 27 NAMED AS 1'11 j .: .1



INEFFICIENCY OFTHEU.MJATTALION/ Law School of the Universityof MAY CHANGE LITTLE SWIMMING POOLS DATE FOR TRIANGLEDEBATING : !

Florida has been very fortunate in .. .

making special arrangements for a CONTESTS I : I

series of lec urea this semester by But Manufacturers Are Goingto By Dewey Dye : II).. Ii'

Professor John Wurts, Professor of Give Less for Money as Re- / '

;, Blames Officers for Making Military Real Property Law in Yale University sult of Federal War Tax. The golden glories and dimless South Carolina Compromises on ; i

: :. Work at the University Law School. During the past freedom of the years gone by, the Date and Explains That Notification .'I ,

;:4' a Joke-Time Also Insufficient week in, his Florida lectures have on been real continuedand propertylaw By Dewey Dye excitement of following a brook Was Sent to U. F. but ; ;

| for Perfection of the Units.. are scheduled to run for some through the dim and silent woods Probably Lost in Mails. ;f

time. Professor Wurts' high standing Devotees of Milady Nicotine,who .where mystery lurked, to peer into a 'j :

:,CADET MAJOR KNOCKS as a legal author and, educator is have been terrified by the spectre of I dark hole under a' high bank where TRY-OUTS TO BE HELD IN ; :' I

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS sufficient guarantee that his lectures soaring prices to be extracted for the some strange beast might live, to casta CHAPEL HALL MARCH 14 ; E
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carry weight and meet with great solace they gather from the pipe or bent pin into the quiet pool where

appreciation from the bar faculty and the inspiration to be collected froma
,
fishlidn't much matter anyhcw to
At the recent meeting of the Debating
D. [:(By S. A. B. Wilkinson, students composing his audience at fresh and juicy chew, may take come to a broad field and to look for '

Major U. F. Battalion) the University. new hope and courage. wild animals, to sit under a giant tree Council several matters of importance ;I

Now comes the announcement that where the sunlight filtered through were decided upon 1 \

U We do not make the accusation that possible for Major Walker to drill tobacco prices generally are not to the leaves, and to make demons of the South Carolina has agreed to compromise .. 4 I

6 the battalion is less efficient than it the cadets all the time, he has many go up as result of the war taxes weird shapes and shadows; all these with us on the selection of :

ti: has been in former years. As a matter other duties to perform, therefore it already added and to be added to the and many other childish joys and the date for the intercollegiate de- 1

= of fact it is far better than it devolves[ upon the cadet officer to do revenue tax formerly extracted by pleasures have fled with the years bate. It was decided to accept April .' I

f' has ever been before but still there this work and it is high time to get the government. never to return, but the joys of the 1 t

J is room for 'improvement. The inefficiency down[ to business before we are reduced Prices generally are not to go up, old swimming hole, just over the hill, 27th as the date and inasmuch as +; 'l
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of the battalion is due primarily [ so low we can't be seen. but the quantity in the customary and can to a certain measure be replacedby South Carolina will also favor this

: to two reasons: This a day in which men do things .familiar package is to go down. aid of the University swimmingpool date, it is to be expected that the debate ; ,I 1 I

First. We do not have the time to and if we don't do something we will Manufacturers of many popularand and the judicious use of a vivid will take place at that time. i i i. :

. teach military tactics, much less to I'be left in, the cold without any shining leading brands of smoking tobacco imagination.This South Carolina explains her action .-1#1of

put them into practice. swords and government checks.It have already reduced the size pool, snug and cozy as it is, not notifying us by the fact that j'

. Second. We officers both commis- isn't swords or checks by which of the containers. Packages that placed in a setting of natural (?) the letter she sent must have been 3'! j

,, sioned and non-commissioned are not men are measured, in such a day as formerly contained two ounces now beauty, is the cynosure of all students : lost in the mails. She also says that '.: i

'sufficiently versed in'Military Science. this men are promoted, are reduced hold their own in the affections of the as the hot and and sticky days of she was not aware of the fact that the .... ', I
because of what do don't do.
First. As to time. We have only they or inveterate smoker, while holding one Summer succeed the more pleasantand question had been decided any sooner

: 195 minutes per week for drill, 45 do So them it behooves right. us to do things and and three fourth ounces only. balmy ones of Spring. than we, and is therefore as late in t !

of which are spent in getting readyto x Comparatively few smokers it is Coach has had several unfortunaterats getting to work upon it as we. I'";
There is another matter that certainly :
do actual work. consequently we said have noticed the reduction in at work on the pool with scrub It was decided that the expenses ht
should be mentioned. It is
really drill only 140 minutes each' ; the size of the containers and the brushes and the Gold Dust Twins at of the inter-collegiate debate will be \
this. A good civilians do not I
I week. Any one who has had the least many shortness in the quantity of the tobacco different times, until now it is spick met by a pro-rata apportionment to j jthe
stand at attention while the National
t bit of Military experience knows that : contained therein.A and span as a needle. To keep it in ; five literary societies according to .I r I
Anthem is being played, whether be
l'', it is a mental and physical impossibility similar condition obtains in con- this: condition, Coach has promised the number of members in each so { ,
because they do not know what to do
f to accomplish very much in so nection with the chewer who revelsin frequent doctoring by the willing rats. ciety. In this way each literary society I I II
it be because of indifference
whether
little time. As to class work we have or 'the reveries that soothe his soulas He has also decreed that each pros- man will bear; an equaL shareof 1 I

1 hour each week in the Freshman or because they are not patrioticis his "cud" of sun-cured Burley pective aquatic adventurer musts first I the burden of expense. and not 1 \

, elass. 1 hour each week in the Soph- a question but there is one startling with champagne or'appie flavor meltsin presenthimself before his comradesto that each society pay one-fifth the I
about these civilians of
thing some
I more class. 2 hours each week in the ; his mouth which becomes a per- I receive a shower bath by means of total expense. Such a procedure as I !
them former students at the
I Junior class. 2 hours each week in the were colator for the extraction of the joy the; pool a bucked, and the more than ,the latter would be hard upon those :

I Senior class. Only those who take University and members of the mili- and philosophy of life. eager bystanders who love to see the societies having a small membership. !
tary organization and surely they '
the advance courses in the R. O. T. C. take off The chewer may go to his tobacconist lithe young bodies writhe and squirmas In regard to the try-outs; it was
know that it is proper to rise,
are members of Junior and Senior and purchase'a 5-cent or 10centcut the cold water connects. decided that the contestants may -
their hats and stand at attention while
classes in Military Science. of his favorite brand, which is of In addition to the regular diving, choose the side of the question they .1 f
the National Anthem is being played.On I
The advance courses are not com- and thesame general dimensions as of swimming and floating apparatus. prefer, but they must notify the t 1
their part it must be laziness
pulsory and therefore few students indifference such'people ought to be old, measured as a plane surface. It Coach has pressed into service an old Secretary of the Debating Council on I

take advantage of thq opportunities I is when the chewer finds his daily pigskin and inaugurated what he calls or before March 7th, which side of the.
made to recognize and honor our flag,
offered them in matters of military insult stipend running out at 3:45 in the water polo, but which the survivors ,I question they will uphold. The con-
it is nothing less than a gross I
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science and tactics. It is true that we due to laziness and indifference. For afternoon that his suspicions are apt and innocent bystanders pronounce testants are allowed fifteen minutes : I
to be aroused in connection with the organized 'manslaughter, or homicide.. their t
this
can learn a great deal about those who be interested the following I in which to present arguments.
science in a two hour course sincewe I regulation may pertaining: to this tobacco deal. By applying tests in The manifest principle of this Try-out will be ,in Chapel on the even- i

are instructed by :Major Walker, matter reads in part. Whenever the connection with the thickness of his game seems to be for six men to get ing of March 14. The question. for

a man of great military wit, knowl- National Anthem is played at plug he makes the discovery that the at one end of the pool with the ball, debate is repeated herewith: "Resolv J

edge and experience., Granting that any plug which grew thin during the and six more good men at the other ed that the several States should I
when belonging to the I
we can learn if we only try, and sup- place service persons present. if not in Spanish war .and never recuperatedhas end the first six trying to carry the create wage boards with power to
If learn we military are again shrunk in thickness or ball to the other end and down the establish schedules of minimum
pose we are trying. we shall
uniform and covered, they uncover -
do not have the time to apply our at the first note of the Anthem thinness. The ease wish which it is interposing six on the way over or wages in workshops department "

knowledge and become efficient. the divided into convenient chews by his under as the case may be. stores and factories (Constitutionalityconceded 1
the headdress opposite
holding incisors in conducive to going deeper is it is ." .,
Above all things we must rememberthat left shoulder and so remain until its Rough as the game gain- )
into the plug. The danger of'biting ing popularity and as an outlet for
battles are not won by reading close. All books in the Library which contain -

books and listening to lectures.' If we This seems to -apply only to mili- off more than he can chew" is said pent-up feelings is gaining_precedent any information of help to inter- s

expect to win any battle in whateverfield tary 'men, but it has always been the to have been effectually eliminated'by over the old method of pillow-fights, collegiate and inter-society debators '

it may be, there must be a skill- custom for civilians to do as set forthin tobacco manufacturers.Ten which so often. end in a rough-and- are to be placed on a reserve shelf, R
ful cents and five cents appears to tumble set-to in which bare knuckles, the
from
application of the principles we the and are not to be taken
have this true regulation.It be the popular price to be paid for a shinny clubs and unattached furni- the .
learned, especially is is hoped that not only will our Library except according to regular 4
with military science. If we hope to battalion improve through hard study cigar, a package of tobacco or cigar- ture all contribute to a glorious finish. Library rules concerning reserve- N

win, we must practice in actual work and drill but also that the civiliansin ettes by the average devotee of the Here in the pool it is possible to shelf books. !
,
weed. A reduction in the size of the work off personal grudges and spites :
the
that in
we may become efficient school and from town or elsewherewill ( The Council has ordered several
package has been made to meet this without danger of untimely and cost-
field of military, which holds the attention i
give recognition and honor to the books on the Minimum Wage ques- .
demand, and the cigarette smoker was ly interference by Professor Buch-
of all nations today. greatest flag of the greatest nation tion which contain valuable infor't. ;
subject to a wide awakening to :find .
olz Hawkshaw.It
The second cause for the inefficiency the world has ever known. Be men, ) or mation and help for all those trying j :
of ten cigarette
of the battalion is the woeful de- an eight in place a is alleged that certain confirmed -
be women' do things be active, or out for the inter-collegiate team. One "J

ficient commissioned and non-com- get out of the war, for good looks don't package.Those who addicted to the sto- bookworms have found that elusive has already been received entitled \

missioned officers. It is awful to see count while war is threatening our are will-o'-the-wisp, Happiness, by meansof "Minimum Wage" by Reely. It pre-
consent to i
will
a reduction -
commissioned officers- display such gie habit never this method of reincarnation; it is sents both affirmative and negative I
national prosperity.
in size,of this smoke it is said,
rank ignorance of military tactics as averred that by some occult spell it sides of the question. It is hoped !

has been exhibited this year in drill. The University at present seemsto and will cheerfully almost instead gleefullybuy of has carried them back to the golden that as many as possible will try out !
for nickle
It is an actual fact that a number of: be particularly favored 'with the them two a years of childhood when they wandered for the debate so that the best ma- J.

the non-coms have a better knowl- privilege of entertaining distinguished three if the manufacturers will only .at will over the countryside, and terial possible may be obtained with

edge of what should be done and howto visitors Dr. Geo. R. Parkin, Gen- maintain the size and quality which they are hearing again the sweet, which we may secure another victory i
have brought surcease from sorrow '.....
do it than some of us commissioned eral Agent of the Rhodes Scholarship multitude who delight in the musical and sonorous voices of: as we did last year.
to a
officers and the non-coms are far Board of Trustees, England, and supervisor Mother Nature.
odor rather, of these
,
fragrance or
from the true affil winning knowledge. of the awarding of these f

Yet there is a great deal of hope the scholarships is expected. President consolers of human grief and woe. EASTERN COLLEGES LOSE MANY DR. R. H. BENNET '
declare
A very few old smokers an .SPOKE TO STUDENTSOn I
non-coms have made a marvelous im- Sparks of Pennsylvania State College i
intention to join, on, the water wagon. I
provement in the last few. weeks at will also be the guest of the Univer- the ranks of those who solemnly de- War has made large inroads into -

least 100 per cent more than the commissioned sity this week. clare that they never will fight John the universities and colleges of the Monday morning the studentswere 1

officers. east. Harvard has lost 40 per cent treated to a lecture from Dr. :
at $4 a quart.
It has been said by some that military Much interest is being aroused at Barleycorn One old smoker and chewer, who of her students, Brown 30 per cent R. H. Bennet, Emory University, At-

in the University is a joke. From the University of Pennsylvania over also indulges in snuff on occasion said Ames 30 per cent, while more than lanta, Ga., who is in charge of the ,1
is
*U indications it seems that we officers plans for a new stadium. It of constant in- 1,300 students have dropped out of: ministerial correspondence work of the :

have made a joke out of it. There is planned to have it seat 100000. This that after in 10 the years weed he had reached Yale. One thousand have left Wisconsin Southern Methodist Church. He made F.a F.-. !I
world dulgance :
not a single cadet, who not all willingand would make it the largest in the the conclusion that it was nothing'in 1,000 have gone from'Cornell., strong appeal to the young men

glad to learn if he had some onto for college work. It would be larger while Nebraska has lost 700 men. with ability to heed the call to be i

teach, who knows right from by 31,000 than the now famous Yale the"I world am going but a to habit.cut it out,"he said. ----Ei leaders in the ministry. I I

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THE[ FLORIDA ALLIGATOR trip be slight the chance to exhibit -

their comic powers in pub- HOTEL SEMINOLEJACKSONVILLE _

4 S. STEIN ______.............Editor in Chief lic will prove tempting to many.A .
SETH CLARKSON Managing Editor good Minstrel would undoubt-

DEWEY DYE....Asst. Mng. Editor edly be highly desirable. The FLORIDA'S MOST POPULAR HOTEL

LOFTON BROWN.._-Local Editor.J. how- .
W. DALTON.... Athletic EditorK. question confronting us University of Florida's.Jackson*ille Headquarters
ever is whether or not U. F. is
C. IIITCHCOCK. .Exchange Editor
; Business Department in a position to produce even an I Rates from $1.50 up

J P. M. DE VANE. . ..Manager indifferent :Minstrel. J. B. POUND, President CHAS. G. DAY, Manager J. RUSSELL PETERS, Asst.as M

D. V. ROUSE.......Circulation Mgr. Let us face the facts. It has .

J'. been admitted by everyone con-
Entered as second-class matter,
i September 28, 1912, at the postoffice d reed that really good comedians never before U. F. will store

r, at Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of here are so few as to be almost up new forces and under more

March 3d, 1879. a negligible factor. It has favorable conditions resume the NICK DAMATO

Place all communications and news been admitted that not many struggle for supremacy when the High Grade Tailor

items in boxes designated for that men here this year have the required war is over. The proposal is ex "Next to McCollum's Drug Store MONEY'\ TO LOAN

purpose in Peabody and Language experience. And besides, cellent. It is in keeping with the
,.. Halls. even when conditions were most Fellows,my spring-summer line is
recommendation of the Govern- in. Come and se us.

I" Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.00. favorable, work on the Minstrelwas ment that the colleges while cut- Uncle Moses Edelstei
CLEANING, PRESSING .
dateas
never begun at so late a
ting down expenses give the
the present. There can be no rank and file of college men more AND REPAIRING

II .1 EDITORIALOur I II exhibition question but must that of the necessity proposed be athletics than has been cus- Phone 511'EXCHANGES

tomary. It offers the best so-
cheap and amateurish to a de -
lution to a difficult situation.
I Get-Rich-Quick.lIIinstreL True Coach Buser iIIIIIIJ
says,
gree. it is better that for A
i Surely a TYPOGRAPHICAL TWIST
:
"ft 1 The proposal that U. F. stage "Go ahead, boys. Sing and rag
t time we gradually) strengthenour I I .
Minstrel this for the benefit -
a year each other a little and we'll get
I I wrote
forces than continue what an optimistic verse
of the Athletic Association "
with it. If in-
we can
away To keep heart from 't
my
be sighing:
must at present a hopelessly
has deservedly been received deed get away with it there is no She-"Don't you think that :Myrtle The world had gone from bad $]

with no superabundance of en- more to be said. But can we? unequal contest. looks ugly in that ultra-lowcut dress?" worse :}
The plan merits as it has received He ''N ot far I ..,
thusiasm by the student body. Shall we permit ourselves to as as can see. And men were vainly dyingSo ;

The plan in itself has much to accept obtained under the approval and cooperation \ Jester. thus I forced myself to sing :\0-
{ money of every U. F. student. In face of dire defeat: :-I
commend it but while it
was under false pretenses? Will it pay us 'Twas in a restaurant they met, "Man's laughter is the whoJesesfj

I discussion serious drawbacks to invite the people of Gaines- Baseball. Romeo and Juliet; thing :.

; were revealed. To say the least ville in good faith to attend a 'Twas here that Romeo fell in debt. That makes this sad world sweep
Already the proposal has been
F it will merit further consideration. presentation which cannot but Paying for what Juliet. :-,
V taken and U. F. is to have all
If under close scrutiny it be inferior and if inferior must up -Ex. My message never reached manmi|
to itself three-cornered baseball
justifies itself, let us proceed and prove detrimental to the University a That had such need to hear it;
V t every man in the University will ? league in which the Reds, :Member of S. P. C. A. (to bru- Men think I have a cynic mind -

the Whites and the Blues are to tal driver)--"No, my friend I won't And ultra-Prussian spirit!
back it. If on the other hand it .
U. F. is here to Undoubt-
V stay. struggle fiercely for a pennant. shut up. Your poor horse unfor- And yet I tried my best to sing
is proved unwise no sentimental edly some money can be raised Each of these classy combinations tunately, cannot speak like Balaam'sass The song that I repeat- 1

1 reasons need deter us from drop- thru the plan advocated by but I would have you know, sir "Man's ,laughter is the wholes e >
ping it.That. will represent one or two that I can." thing ;
Coach Buser. But there is a fu- :
U. F. Athletic Association ture to be considered. The Uni- of the colleges and it is expectedthat -Ex. That makes the sad world swe4
soon the Arts & Science and
faces a deficit of $1800 was versity's need for the
coopera- the Law Shop as well as the, Ag- "Are you acquainted with the partsof O fate that works from sun to sd_
I made known to the students by tion of the people of Gainesville
:I gies, the Engineers and the your rifle?" he asked sternly. In bright or stormy weather!
: ;41+ Dr. Summers' illuminating article and of her students will not have Teachers will be exchanging "Yes sir," the recruit replied. Why should the printer man ha".

. I appearing in the Alligator passed with this year. Yet ten "Well, where is the balance located run =...
'" blows drinks and whatnotover
:; 1 of Feb. 27. It is the laudable years hence the remembrance ofa ?" Those first two words togetherHe !

; desire of Coach Buser to remove fiasco this year will still be their respective heroes. As "I don't know, sir," said the ma- set my lines to hold a sting
I" soon as a few details of organi- And made chea
thought
rine a
glancing nervously at his rifle. my
; at least a part of this deficit that bearing fruit. Besides, there
zation are perfected the campus "It was all here this morning." "Manslaughter is the wholes<
: i has led to the for
i agitation a are other means of removing the thing.
f. Alexanders, Ty Cobbs and Eddie -Ex.
"': Minstrel. At a meeting held deficit. The situation is not so That makes this sad world

1 Friday March 1st, those in authority critical that extreme measures Collins will be called on to per- -Cleveland Plain
form. Evenly matched teams Miss W.: "Sam Phillips, make a aW1
I
4 J sprung upon an expec- have to be taken.A sentence using the word 'notwith ,
will be insured and student
every -
.,, tant student body the startling good Minstrel is always to standing/ "RE-CREMATED." -
1 original plan of raising money by be desired and if further consid- who loves a fight has a good Sam: "My father wore out the seat

1 .I j selling tickets for a U. F. Minstrel eration shows that it is possibleLet time coming.We of his trousers but not with stand- There are meters iambic,
must go at this in the ing." And meters teochaic, I'
to the of Gainesville
people
; us put it across. Even a me-
right spirit and make it a suc -Ex. And meters in musical tone,
t and the students. The fact diocre Minstrel may be tolerated.But .
cess. :Much depends on it. The But the meter that is sweeter.
i that Prof. Chapman, director of let us not so demean and
:Mr. H. And neater--completer,
result of this experiment can in- : "Reuben what is a vacu- '
the Glee Club, in a recent interview cheapen ourselves as to associ- um?" Is to meet her in the moonli;
fluence for good or for bad all
published in the Alligator ate the name of U. F. with a Reuben: "I have it in my head butI ALONE. '
1 U. F. athletics for
j stated that under present conditions poor one. I I the next two can't express it." -Ex. -The Technique

I I a :Minstrel was unthinkable years. If the right attitude be

; did not deter them in the least. The Athletic Outlook.Dr. taken toward it we can develop Where can a man buy a cap for his i When the cookstove's in the parr

Questions raised as to the avail- Summers' article of last good material, a keen and knee? and the clock is in the shed; when!
healthy rival and, best of all, a Or a key for a lock of his hair? hunt around all evening and
; ability of black-face comedians
week has made clear to all of us
Can his be called an academy your folding bed '
eyes
true U. F. spirit. If 'the full ; -
the number of experienced men the unpleasant fact that U. F. Because there When 4
are pupils there? you sleep on the piano, >
in school, the amount of time required has cooperation and support of the
found it practically impos- you wear one shirt a week, and yO
to insure a creditable sible to schedule baseball games students be not accorded, noth- In the crown of his head, what gems lungs are filled with

' production, were waved aside. for spring or football for next ing could be easier than to turn are set? Dust until you find it hard to spew

Apparently those urging the fall. Only two football the League into a discouraging Who travels the bridge of his nose? When domestic life is bitter 'j
games Can he in the roof of And' there is
V failure \ use shingling no smile from y
proposal would not stop to con- have been secured. Several
his mouth It's dead
spouse. a
sider the possibility of a produc- schools who under a gentleman's It rests with us as studentsof Or the nails on the end of his toes? Sure sign, dear brother, 1
U. F. to make of this I :
tion not creditable to the University agreement owe us return games experi- That your wife is

or of a Gainesville audience ... have taken advantage of the S. ment what we choose.The What does he raise from a slip of his I Cleaning

L not satisfied with anything I.. A. A. recommendation that tongue? House.-Ex.
story of the rival boot-makers Who plays on the drums of. his
we chose to offer them. The end they cut down all .1
: unnecessary which appeared recently. is matchedby ears? THE EVE OF ETERNITY.The .
sought to raise The
was money. expense to withdraw gracefullyfrom And who tell what
a correspondent of an English pa- can the cut and E .
t means'could take care of them- their obligations to us. An- per with another story, equally old styleOf night was drak and stormy, 1

selves or not be cared for at all. other unpleasant fact of whichwe but equally worth repeating. It con- the coat his stomach wears? The sun was shining down;

The all-important thing, as made were informed is that this cerns two rival sausage-makers. ) Flowers bloomed in pastures SAnd
clear the Again, they lived on opposite sidesof Can the crook of his elbow be sent _-'
to
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J meeting, was year due to the lowered enroll- snow was on the ground. =r..
i; we rake in the coin. ment and to the street, and one day one of to jail? .I Two men stood face to face, .1
poor support gener- them placed over his shop the legend: And if so, what did he do? Their backs were to "eachuther"* |
; The proposal is plausible and ally the deficit of the Athletic "We sell sausages to the gentry nobility How does he sharpen his shoulder One pulled a pistol from his belt .;:
; I no one will deny its merits. It .
Association has been increased of the country." blades? And cruelly stabbed the other. :'
1 affords an opportunity for easily from The next the Ill be hanged if I know do ?
$1600 to $1800. As a re- day, over way appeared you A maiden fair strolled down the str

} raising several hundred dollars sult the outlook for intercolle- the sign: -Ex. Her back was bent with years .t

E i and all the money to be made in giate athletics during the "We sell sausages to the gentry and She wore a smile upon her face, .

i this vay could certainly be used. far U. F. war, nobility of the whole country." When you've bats in your belfry that Her eyes were filled with tears,.)
as as is
concerned is .
Not to be outdone, the rival put fiut, She recognized the
1 dying man
t i! Furthermore good Minstrel not
encouraging.So what he evidently regarded When "
up as a your comprenez-vous rope is And cried alloud: "Whoizzie?
would be of value to the Univer- it has been urged that U. final statement, namely: cut, Then lifting up his headless form F_

sity as an advertisement and F. make this a period of re "We sell sausages to the King. When there's nobody homeIn He screamed: "My gosh: 'Tis .

would be welcomed by those trenchment-a period in which Next day there appeared over the the top of your dome zie."

students whose talents and incli- while removing the deficit and door of the first sausage-maker the Then your head's not a head,-it's (Curtain.)

nations run in this direction. simple expression of loyalty V : a nut. Stay for the movies.
stressing intra-mural athletics .
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shoes, in true One A. M. style. Dewey

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C. Battle and Schreider spent LyricYour Thea-te'r
howled a few minutes and hopped '
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viewjng the sights at the Fair. ,
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Sunday at home in Fairfield. once more. Crossett, Educator : I
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Lieut Fritz Hatcher, a graduateof University Avenue next to Busy Bazaar l' '
the University of Fla., is spend-
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Hatcher is stationed at Camp Gordon. And cried. i
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When want Hardware BAIRD has it
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Noris Levis spent last week with Cold-blooded wretch! Though bitter Reach's Football Goods, Wright & Ditson Tennis Rackets and Athletic Goods, East- '.:1 I :

his parents and "others" in' San- were man Kodaks and Supplies, Reach's Baseball Goods, Louisville Slugger Bats all latest ;> :
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He couldn't quite o'ercome his nerv- (
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Arlis Brown, after spending a weekat ous fears. 'I
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Scruggs, Bill Bivens and "Red"Graham .
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days Burwell last week Thornton with his spent folks a at few Or- Rowdy Bill! ;;
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The Glee Club gave a concert at the 13th, we want to recall some ABSOLUTELY CORRECTWe :
the High School auditorium Sunday of the yells of our distant high school i t.
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afternoon. days. Here's one somebody got off : grind lenses used in our prescription work. No delay.
last year: \

Prof. Buchholz suggests that no "Root-a-tee-toot, Rootateetoot,
more aggregations be held in Room We are the boys from the Insti- C. H. COLES & SON s

92, Section E. toot ,JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS : I Ir
Don't you worry don't you fret,
Duly Bridges spent Saturday and The Institoot will get there yet!"

Sunday with''his folks in Ocala. I

Attention, Auto Owners. T. F. THOMAS President R. W. THOMAS Treasurer O. IL THOMAS Secretary :
J. W. Scoffield left Saturday for

Inverness for a short stay. Every Sunday afternoon they as- The Thomas Company Inc..
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"Nick" Harold was in Jacksonville dent Fontanals or Secretary Mahon HARDWARE, IMPLEMENTS, SEED '. -. "
on one of the benches opposite Mill- .::
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er's, and there they wait patiently Gainesville, Fla. 1
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"We are thorry to thay," explainedthe they cast their eyes up and down Uni- .
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editor of the Skedunk Weekly versity Avenue and around the

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entered lath night by thome unknown Miller's window while their chubby
thcoundrel, who thtole very faces register disappointment more
'eth' in the ethtablithment, and thu- convincingly than a movieactor'scould.
ceeded in making hith ethcape unde- We wonder what they are I FIRST NATIONAL BANK

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"The motive of the mithcreant They want an automobile ride. Gainesville Fla.. :
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STUDENTS IN SERVICE. '
petty thpite of any thmall-thouled
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if thith meet the eye of the deteth- Statistics recently compiled show Capital 100000.00 Surplus 100000.00

table rathcal, we beg to athure him that nearly half of the college stu-
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ceth of a firth-clath newthpaper when some kind of war service. Out of 20- \
he thinkth he can cripple it hopelethlyby 000 students in the 20 New England .

breaking into the. alphabet. We colleges 5,249 joined the colors imme- I ,
take occathion to thay to him further- diately and 3,000 went into agricul- .

more that before next Thurthday we ture and other branches of war work. Alachua Abstract Co .
shall have three timeth ath many Twenty-two percent. of New Eng- County .

eitheth ath he thtole. land college men enlisted immediatelywhen \. .

"We have reathon to thuthpect that the war was declared. 1
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committed thith act of vandalithm, technical schools were better fitted .t
and if he ith ever theen prowling for munitions and ship building work, .
abouth thith establishment again by 16 per cent. of them did not wait to ,

day or by night, nothing will give nth finish their training at school but en-
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U Vol. VI U University of Florida, Gainesville, Wednesday, March 6, 1918 No. 21 WILINSON WRITES ON INEFFICIENCY OF THE U. F. BATT ALION INames Officers for Making Military Work at the University a Joke-Time Also Insufficient for Perfection of the Units--. CADET MAJOR KNOCKiS COMMISSIONED OFFICERS (By S. A. B3. Wilkinson, Major U. F. Battalion) We do not make the accusation that battalion been in I ter of fact has ever b is room for fedicencv of marily to t e' *is less eflicierv ormer years. A s it is far better n before, but still improvement. T the battalion isd o reasons: First. We do not have the teach military tactics, much put them into practice. Second We offcers, both stoned and sutEi gently non-c om i secrsedt in Ml sioned ilit ry V than it a matthan it H there rhe mnine pritime less to to (-0iminisarc not Sc ien cc. Firitt. As to time. We hmn e only 195 nmnuLe per week for di ii, 45 of whch are spent in getting ready to do actual work. eonseqluextlIy we real 's (dr11 tnly 1-40 minutes ech week Any one who has had the least bit of MSiitry experoence kn~oxws that it it a mntal and piihCtal mnpossibdIt to n'ecomplish very much in so litt time. As to tlas-s work we have 1 hour each cla,I brur more his-,. Junicr hlits 2 Seor class. the rald cice co are numbers cI'asset in Mil The advance' week in the Freshman ec' wve-k in ths Sophhours each w eck in the hours each week in the Only thosp who take ,ursos in the R. 0. T. C. of Junior and Senior itary Science courses are not comnpulsorv arnd therefore few students take advantage of the opportunities offered them in matters of military science and tactics. It is true that we can learn a great deal about this science in a two hour course sinee we are instructed by Major Walker, a man of great military wit, knowiedge anti experience. Granting that we can learn if we only try, and sup.pose we arc trying. If we learn we do niot have the time to apply our know ledte and become effeient. Above all things we must remember that battles are not won by reading books and listening to lectures. If we expect to win anybattle in whatever fiehd it may be. there must be a skillful appit at on of the principles we has e I. rned. especially is this true "ith in itary sriente. If we hope to win w mutt practice in actua) work that we maiy become eicent in the fieldI of mht ry. which holds the ati PROF JOHN W TS WILL The Law School of the University of Florida has been very fortunate in making special arrangements for a series of lectures this semester by Professor John Wurts, Professor of Real Property Law in Yale Universfty Law School. During the past ;veek, his lectures on real property law in Florida have been continued and are scheduled to run for sonec time. Professor Wurts' high standing as 'a legal author and educator is sufficient guarantee that his lectures carry weight and meet with great appreciation from the bar, faculty and students Conmposing his audience at the University. possible for .\ajor Walker to the cadets all the time, he has n other duties to perform, therefo, devolves upon the cadet officer ti this work and it is high time to dii to business before we arc duced so lowv we can't be seen. This a day in which men do th drill iany re it SdO get re ings andl if we don't do something we w IlI be left in the cold without any shinSnw words and government checks It isn't Sw ord or checks by which in~en ire mecasured, in sut h a day as thni men are ircnmotecl, are reduced because ef v hat they do or don't do. So it behome us to do th npis and 'lo thomi this A ttnd at .\ntheni bIa, use or w'hot is a : thm~ tary know their rlirht.s It rutnhtr matter that eeu-nhcul be mntlionled. It i* tood manyW eiviliavs do rnot -t ruu v ute the National h hen> played. w hctier it be these lo rot it A whtt to (10 her it be because of i d teror beca quest ion About w ~ organ i that it hats pn use they are not pa ,but there is one sta these C rd ans, so: formntr studeInts nd members of the :ntion and surely> prt-I,. to rise, to id stand at attention triotic .rtline me of Lt the they -while the National A nthemn is being played. On their part it must be laziness and indifference, such people ought to be made to recognize and honor our flag, it is nothing less than a gross insult due to laziness and indifference. For those who nmay be interested the fo!lowing regulation pertaining to this matter reads in part. Whenever the National Anthem is played at any place when persons belonging to the military service are present. if not in uniform and covered, they shall uncover at the first note of the Anthem. holding the headdress opposite the left sh onhier and so remain Tis seems to apply only tary men, but it has alwvavs custom for cih ians th rglation It isreiop ir tha hattM on mi 10's t :Ldt drul, but also i I shool and frori -all --a e r o._niti I to do not oil rough that tA'wnf 0 and hi as Iy hi h-ic until to bet set minin the forth wviil our rdl stuly ci vilians r el-where Lert)r to the PRICES OF TOBACCO MAY CHANGE LIT TLE But Manufacturers Are Going to Give Less for Money as Resuit of Federal War Tax. -By Dewey Dye De o tee hase been t sOarmne pric' solace they the imspiri t a fresh an' Inew hope a Now coim tobacco pIl go up m, I of Milady Nicotine, who errilied by the spectre of es to be extracted for the gather from the pipe or on to be collected from d jie c he'w, may take rid courage .s the announcement that Ces generally are not to retuli of thK war taxes kilreadyv adltd and t& rCefnuc tax tormmr the government. Prices vcnernly a but the qua rt.ty v in faihar ;a kage i lunfaturei of ni lcphne blannlt 'ttO has0 .hAiu Ld fmn. elt V iii ana i OWn m i Umo i fort' c-t only. .s mckr5. it i, C reduttronii I ariers and z'.titV of thle iie t am n r who In co--i 'a outhe his toui -UnV-tUrtd BurLcy i-ic le Gtmelts i n OafmeS pc rxl titon of the jOs life. 41) '0 his tobascon3-tent or 1)-cent brand, which is of Iimreflsionls as of plane surface It er timds his daily ut at 3:45 in the suspicions are apt connection with the applying tests in re thickness of his liseovery that the thin during the never recuperated In thickness or the ease with whihit is 'ded I tO coinvemeint isil n mconlut ne to o thle j'lrn The dir, more rne he a ha' c be-u chit, tuairy (1 o lUnufceturtj, ten ctnt ,Lnd' 'Xe true p JUtai pr> t0 1 t, :1 Iu g tf t es An! pitl. 'nug arid COZY a, it is," laim a stttir2 it natural () ictUt A ?he c'nosArE of .91 studInts .E'p h't and awul rent tines, until nov. it ia spit I1 tafl as a needle. 10 kWep it m t, ismndtion, Loath Ihas pint I freonent doctoring by twn uliing ruts. Hie ,a, aho d~ eretl that tc iTu*tt, acUatte adsettArer muflj rst e'L-nL iiieaf kmj ttonlad.-, Z n r e'. a shiv'r ti I ,tl 1 fiWaiS 0. ejebol, a buebt .rd the more than ":l t debate, It wats dtuile'f to a ctpt Aprxl -th ats t'le 'Li-. a!4'l ,gahji h as South t'aruhia \t Zt a faosor this datti, it V to b@ CMJp, cewi tih ,t the debate "ill take ld is at thu t.tme, Sf )Uot n o l' u r tt thi letti r L itt .nen .t ut In t qf the buo ien r a o S te I,' -' e u7t -.r,1 I -.r ty IL. Ott-nitfl the a .9., hd ihe WU&I that the oe m c-hopote the silo of tis juout prefer, but Secretary of or before Mta question the testanits are in whInch to Try-out will mng of Marc they inu~t the I)deatiml n h 7th, w bit v wil uphul all owedI t ft present their be in Chapel hi II 'l Th Ti l *4 iy ritify the p Cun ii on h ,ide of the I The (Onleen minutes arguments. on the evenquestion for debate is repeated herewithib "Re,olved. that the several States should create wage boards v ith power to tstabish sh)edlule., of minimum wages in work stir, d. v artnitito stores, and factre ,i-tntutionalhty All bookR 'o the laiIraev wh. iL\Contan zir< iofoirvnton of p to Tterar o b Slt LVIs, I t I ri I r 1> 'Li,, i~ Li -II i y

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T~lE LORIA ALLGATO S. STEIN SETH CLARKSON DYE I)EWEY LOFTON BROWN J. W. DALTON K. C. HIITCH COCK Business D F. M DE V.\NI:. 1) V ROUSE. Entered as ~e( Editor in Chief i\Ianazmng Editor .A-r Mnz Editor Local Editor A: bit Edi'or Exthange Editor epartment ...Ma1.nager .Circulatinn Mgr ond-t.a matter. September 28. 1:11.0 at the pN ,t Gamnesvile. Fin, under the March 3d, 1879. Place all ctm nl .n nor uF items in Loses lemnxrate1 f' purpose n LeaK' "y and 1a Hails. Itate-The Fiorida Alligator. stoff ice Act of :8n Ljr that Lng'ag 1 00. made known 1)i. Summers t u-Ic appcarit of Feb. 27. desire of ( oat at least a par has led to t Minstrel Friday I thIor it y At %1arcl >1)r11 tant studen t bod in scho], hired to N rILTct I IAl artnt propoal shh-r the I lin not to the students by illuminating arng in the Alligator It is the laudable oh Biuscr to remove tof this deficit that lie agitation for a ta meeting hell h 1,t, those in aunu upn an exlecy the startling the amount of time rerisure a creditable n-. were x waxed aside. ly t hOst tzrgin3g the would not stop to con(red ibility of ituible tO Frt-:' or ii? : ;in a piodlucthet l'niii inaEve Mc '. Ag n though the prospects for a tbeh igh the chsance to e '.11 prove tcmptofg to mandfy. uod Mi notrel would undoubtbe higly ieirable. The a I CD.:1t u t n t a Ie m'A L(r !IIU Id i< confientiug U> lowletle 0 rut Li. F. I> lml I.) Ibi *LjL C t\ en an ft Aim-tn.a lt'.ed Lv \ cru Ale (donat ealygo cmerdv l ne A d s I ve C\il 1(1 c i I a VOrdI A, \wor k n d neCVCr )&e5UII as the IprescInt. ({ctWo 1)11 t 'jibit 'on must .cheap uxnd amat grec. TIrue, (oe (to. each away .4 C) on Uh at >o of n dli n It Ili> He rdtI,. CI eemot C Niit-trlt late a elate SCatn Iie n10 iui >lIljL dliii f 'At trn aed :--ty be an rag deed get away with it there iN no more to be said. B Lt Can we ? Shall we permit ourselves to accept money obtained under false preteuses? Will it pay us to invite the lpeole of Gainesyulle in good faith to attend a presentation which cannot but be inferior and if inferior must prove detrimental to the Urnversity? edly son ihru th ( oath lI ttuiC tO b Vet tion ot t and of ih years lie a hia-co b'(ring IrC (od etc t. Is e or .i lit r '1' hi re( t4 St uy. 1 nd(OUbltnmoney can ba raied pl an advocated by er. lint there is a fixconsideretI. Thie Inineed for the coot erael'( e~C ot Gamncmile 5tu11(ts il not IULVt lb tlie 'Y(L. Yet ten e' tiht remlembI)Ince~ of runt. lb4l,ids thte m.0n '-ttUrtim'! In th KI\e to be taken. A good 1i nstr!el a aw ayto he' desiritd atid if further cozisidet'ion 01 ~l hos that it is pos ile Lit us put it at ron .F 'en a mcdioce Minstrel may be tolerated. I kit let us not su demean and cca; en ourselves as to asoc'ate the name of U. F. with a poor one. The Athletic Outlook. I r. Summer article of last n ek has made clear to all of u the unpleasant fact thIat V. F. na-s lotind it jpr.Ct ically ImHpostot sping or flootbaill for next fall. t)nNy two footbIal g.mnes In bx hini -ecurx'd. Sexvral -tch(Ol-N hO IundIr a x'ertlenianl S agteeclint On< Ii 1. urlli gasL .1.IP <-ND. lPreslt-nt acvc I tforc U. F. Xxil stOre' I \K .i :4 Ujnilt 1011 resume t he n {:e tur supjremlacy xxleu the Sa eoNt.Ile pIOPOSal i> exeC l'etz, it i> i keeping xx ith the been cstomariv. It oiler> the bes4 so-I l on to a iillcult situation. >uricy it 's better that for a time we gradually strengthe (ILI force, than continue whiiat mut -4 L at present a hopelessly unequal contest-. .The~ plan merits as it has reccxxed the approval and co-operation of everv U. F. student. Baseball. Alt adlv the proposal has Ibeen taken up arnd U .F. is to have a]l to it ~clt a three-cornered baseball league in which the I leds tie Whites and the Blues are to It rugg Ie fiercelh for a pennant. Each of these clasvy combimatIOnl w represent one or two of tie colleges and it is expected 1hut -ioun the Arts & Science and tine I ih Shot as well as thle AgI -(ou1 a mer we, I wiii 8' in dIn I N' En gine r N, lie r+ pectie C iA A lttlettedl t -, Fy (oil,> .1 ne ld sel matcV I Lired and ,o ll 0 (7 8 Sand c xclhang the ti wha-n4 iICr{A-. .A (nd Iad!i. lie toui usr hed t ''m every Atulight has a good .\e miu't go at this in the flght jirit and make it a suce-s. Auwh depends on it. The rce ult of this experiment can infence for good or for bad all -.F'. athIiletics for the next two years. If the right attitude be taken tow ardi it we can develop good mateia]. a keen and hiealthyi rival and, b est of all, a true I .F' >1pirit. If the full cooJ'eration and support of the studentss Ibe not accorded, nothing could le easier than to tun the ILea g le inito a discou raging Failure. It h l. men I < r&t w ith iis as ttdenit F. t' make of thi. exper-ixv at ut choose. hait. (A x(i. j) u T -, t e:1 \~\ .I* Zr --I r,': :''u t. IJU2> IX U at UitlrII> -Nut afa a: tint find flLn 11 t I .Julit. toat Ron nut .',4 .N' u: 1 0 lu 4 n\ K4 Di; i nj i '\ a 4. of ,urr'l?'' I p ti 'X%&-1i x t :tcl" Sm LI ( I biB. umn RtuIcri ~~bat Reuben: ha t m n y Inet 1 Or a key ftr r e, t' &U:,t therE! .Lrt J~ I'i th~ I XYF i~l'II> ea ''r fln hNd thfr I., I I -I f-I I wX .it ir Mt I I. H OT E L 1 ii 1 uuer-ily orii F SE MIN OL E I I' It '1 cad, how. ther a IntL \' thi it.' NICK DA MATO High G-ace Tat!. A\ND R EP\IRIN\G Phone 51 EXCHANGES A.' I EDITORIAL Our Get-Rich-Quick Minstrel. a Minstrel th i yao Lth benefit of the Athletic Association has deservedly been received with no superabundance of enthusiasm by the student body. The plan in itself has much to commend it but while it was under discussion serious drawbacks were revealed. To say the least it will merit further consideration. If under close scrutiny it justifies itself, let us proceed and every man in the University will back it. If on the other hand it is proved unwise no sentimental reasons need deter us from dropping it. That U. F. Athletic Association faces a deficit of $1800 was I~* 4 hi IC -Itid N fj,*jt hi F: brig ita iijlaii of raising money by selling tickets for a U. F. Mmnstrel to the people of Gaines ville and the students. The fact that Prof. Chapman, directorr of the Glee Club, in a recent interview published in the Alligator stated that under present conditions a Minstrel was unthinkable did not deter them in t he least. 4u est ions raised as to the availaliI ty of black-face comedians, the number of experienced men *1 -: N N hu 6J A t tK. .r A ~-*t C. I'i f -a a o b ...a -2 .,.

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PERSONAL ITEMS Lote~ thnt lEft last Satturday t in .At anta. Friday n ewmg A lu, of .Agr stoth jk sln' BIc Ilhum with hts Geo. Su day EF ttte ari Schreider sp n the : rights at the Fa r. mb i of fellows in the College aultuarc took part in the lis e idgirg contest held at Jackdiuring the Fair. p HIlI Spent the week end folks at Low eli. LDansby spent Saturday and '.t home in Fairfield. Lint Iof the Unm nmr a feu Hlat her is Atlanta. Noris ILe is his parents a ford. ritz I atthtr, a graduate n ersitv of Flat. 1.3 spenddays in Gainesvd Ie. Lieut stationed at Camy) Gordon. spent last nd "others"' wvcck in with SanArlis Browvn, after spending a week at home in Wauchula, is back again. Robt. Taylor left for Atlanta last Thursday in order to bid good-bye to his brother who has been called to the colors. J. N. Holly of Gain ly enrolled as a student of Law. John Nash Whitfield spunt a fcew days last rents. esville recentin the College of Tallahassee week with his Si rucg s, lul Bi'ens and (:rahii, who were mn the mifm uwih miieasles are out Ltgaln. L'rnol Thornton spent a Ias lat week with hi> folks at Red" nary Or 'lie Glee ('lub gave a concert at t 11gh School auditorium Sunday Sftt oo I'rd. Lluchholz suggests more aggregations be heldi I Se tiofi E, Pu! y S unday P w J W I'1ernes ridges spent ith his folks Scoffield left for a short "Nick'" Harold was mi sev era dax s last week. that no in Room Saturday and in Ocala. Saturday for t Iy. J ac kso,,vile V.HEN'rTHE "8'" FELL OtT. "We are thorry to thay," explained lt editor of the Skcdunk Wee'kly Nw> "that our comipothmiig-room wathi teruti lath night by thosit urnkmio.wn ttoumbeii wh. o thtole .ter t ii the eit bthiimnt, :ti tF RAG ME NT S K, Ca sh I Oh Fredd,2 Ain'tcha Doin' Ta? ne night, after a da, Dye mpus, shoes mn hand and socks ocs. in true One A. M. style. Do' h 1owled a fwni fltsand hop .ing on one foot. Then be said. Say, if II b ad my shots Onl ti sure would hixe sCappedi 'em in we y men. all Just as lHe X r.,tt It. S. Wittenstt~n returned frim Jatkson' ie la r week. afta a inlt tih re S. XWitteni-tcm'. Lh I l am been recoveredI near .\ew berry and lhe no" has the pkea'urc cf mid fit to clatn'es OfCe niore. Iiutk I't~ tsr put liii Fiend dow Hie at thttre ('old-bloodied were oolmg Ir wi etch! n mi her arms An 11rh] at her by Though bitter lier tears He couldn't quite o'eome his nervous fears. THE SON-OF-A-GUN NEVER EVEN ONCE PUT IS ARM AROUND HER! What doe', the Ciee say ? "Raa, Ran, Ran What dots the Cuban Shortu z n gt we student student say? go pop-callIi' ate G rafL. H~ere'4 p dollar f you'll let ire out of drill; Andl perhaps a little later I'lI put yOU iin the Alligator XWith your Jketuro at'i a w rAe-up. Rovtlv 1fil! \\len tihe ILLa Ii Stool hon gtlt here on tic 18th we "tnt to recaL1 somnt of the yells of our dlistant high school day s. HtIe's one soneborio got oil last year: "Root-a-t-tout. Rootateetoot, Weare tilt boys frnm the liptoot Don't you w or\, don't you fret, The I zst.toot u 'I get t here yet! Xttentrnn. .\uto O,.ncr,. Eycry Sunday :tftermioon tl lcr asdent Fotnlnals or Secretary Mahon on one of thle ibtnches opposite Miller'S .andI there they wait patiently fromt al t hirty p thet i 'h'its crs>ity -ilrlit~ iSIcri fac e' tovIntl tut thu ee till the or fhe1 !ty ire expectnt, eager.a el.r tl tms s t the orlitl things, ambeinu and around the U retulII them t1 : focus on o imdiiw 'w Inlt thatr chubby e It *t m potmnt t miorei Let every Rat know by beant the list of these advertisers TONIGHT H igh L AND EVERY Class Motion NIGH T Pictures Theater Patronage Iriuited Shoe (nown Brands Educator Gainesville COME IN Furniture A ND hlEAR NEW G A\IN ESV ILLE2. F'L')R~I \ I I ilt>' snIa The Th1r' ic tU t s tin lb (iriV Mnt IkITnt ()t (lassts for~ ) I l isil andI ABSOLUTELY CORRECT \t' gtid all *'iis-t Used I Hn 011 j)TQ$(l[)ttioi \wOrl. Ni dIh' C. H. COLES (& SON JEWELFRS AND OPTICIANS R w 11K 2H 'i tr, urtr Thomas Company, HARDWARE, IMPLEMENTS, SEED Gainesville, Ha. Ii 'I P'linl V' S Nti Inc, AGENTS FOR-TIILE INTJKINATIONAI. II\RVESTEIR (). and TIlL JO! IN I)ELRJ P13 ) ('0. All Kinds of F-arming Tools FIRST NAT IONA L BANK Co, yric Ytour United Two Well I Crossett, Store University Avenue, next to Busy Bazaar When you want H-ardware BA I RD has it I'Uach's Uotbanll Goods, Viglht & IDitson Tennis, Ratcket:, and Athit tic ILetds. Iat man IKutaks anti Supplies, Reaclis Ilasebalt GhM ds. Louisvile Slugger Hats all 1atet mod1eis. Remimigton. U. MI. C. and vi nehester A mmunmtion. Remningtt m and A utomnatlt Pump Guns. Remember we carry as complete a stock as molley can Ibuy. .~W hOLESA LE AND R ET AIL-BA IRD H ARDWARE CO. PF-HONEE 7 Full Line Victrolas and Records .

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Let a very Rat know by bearn th. list of these advertisers p It Burnett TUE Watch the middle word Clothier grow larger each NUFF SAID I Mn I L L E R 'S I _______________________________________________ The University or Florida GAINESVILLE A Stte Univrsity the North an at of th is A aculty of the Broaest Sc of America and Europe. Stands for the Highest Moral, Intellectual and Physical holarshipankigs Training from the L eating Unie De velopment of the Nation's Future Let Me be Your TAILOR Hand tailored clothes that we tailor represent maximum values at minimum prices OTTO F. STOCK GO TO NEW YORK RACKET For the latest in Collars, Ties and Shirts WE SAVE YOU MONEY West Side Square Wilson Company T he Leading DR Y GOODS STOR E of East Florida The name of Wilson on your packnAc is a Auarantee of value, quality andl style m"a Invites the Silk Four-in-Hand Ties Lest Fall Fat Underwear, ~Al N. smoRs of e $1.0.'$ Shoes-the best INILSON, Own 29c and 4 nd$3 tou er LANG'S ,,,,, GARAGE S year us o C itii ens. *4 4 I t I 4 II BI bostocm aon Hosiery and Handkerchiefs. kL Tmi


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