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VII ._ Thursday, January 23, 1919 University of Florida, Gainesville, No. 1 :4
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The Athletic Association debt: is Wednesday and Thursday dur- LIFE If

paid. Ccach Buser corralled the fac- ing drill hcurs, Dr. Cox gave the en- : !
Tu of War Also Ends in
; ulty and student body in the
chapel two That It Will Be Turned Into An tire student body Army Psycho-
Their Favor After A weeks ago and, by : the situa- Needless
putting logical Examination. to say, .
Auditorium is Unfounded; Remov- Secretary White\Vill Co-operate !j
tion fquarely before them, succeededin there were many nervous Rats, as I
20 Minute Pull able Furn.ture May Be Put In on
I raising by voluntary subscription Chapel Days. well as old men, when after the final In Promoting Athletic .11J: i J !

enough to wipe the slate clean and command he
money word of warning Committee's PlansIt
: Dewey Dye There is no need to fear that the
) and put the Athletic Association again shouted "Go". '. i
new gymnasium building will be con-
The freshman class was v'ctorious financially on its feet.It During the next half hour an observant ...
Saturday afternoon in both the Flag took a little more than three verted into an auditorium: upon its onlooker would have found is planned that the Y. M. C. A. J'
completion. The administration and
P.tuh and the Tug o' War. These annual quarters of an hour taraise the $700 much to interest him in the pinchedand shall be merged into every part of --. I E
faculty members are us strenuously (
tilts were watched with much interest n23ded. Only the arrival of the din- strained expression on the facesof our college life possible. Heretofore '-.. I1
opposed to the idea a3 is the student 1
by the amused spectators, who ner hour prevented the sum from be- the students who had to really and the Y. M. C. A. in the colleges have :;; "
body of the University. In fact, it is
were composed of all the upper classmen ing heavily oversubscribed: as sub- : truly exert themselves mentally to dealt only with the spiritual side of .1: >
planned to start equipping the I
several 'members of the faculty. scriptions were firing in two and threeat with modern figure out such things as the follow the student's life. It is a recognized _
ing complete gymnastic .
and a goodly number of wellloadedcars once when time was called. This ing: "If you were lost in the woods, fact that a large proportion of college 1 I
apparatus just as soon as the con- fellows have i
from town. enthusiastic response was due greatly I what would you do? Run fast to the no particular inclination :
tractors have finished their: work on
The prcgram started off promptlyat to the eloquence of Coach Buser and it. nearest farmhouse; Look for some-I toward things spiritual, con- ; : '

2CO o'clock, when the highly-dec Flor:da's landmark, )A. Wilkinson, The old auditorium: : in the Agricul- thing to eat; or find your directionsby sequently the Y. M 1. C. A. has never t-.. !

orated freshmen were released from in their appeals to the loyalty of both tural divided into the sun or a compass?" Or, "Hatis come into its own. Now that ishanged. :
Building was up \ !
the gym by their keep rs-in-charge. old and new men.STATIONARY to head, as roof is to dome, wall, : They realize that if theY i
class-rooms in the of the S. A.
It was surely a wild and savage bunch house or tree?" M. C. A. is to be popular and far ;!, .I
T. C when there was no need for an reaching in its influence t
that dashed out on the field; lookerson No doubt many silent prayers of relief it must be ';
assembly With the sudden demobilization
convu'sed with The"rats" offered when the thoroly attractive. To that end :
were laughter. finally
were up
of the S. A. T. C. in ...
BE INSTALLED IN the Y. M. C. A. here has made a .
and hateful word "Attention" roused them
were raggedly scantily
NEW GYM December, and the resumption of the splendid start. j I
clothed, and had been painted in a from their mental agony while tryingto :; j ,
regular University schedule, there was ,
Among the first of the
student l'
remarkably efficient: manner by various Secretary White of the Y. M. C. A. revived the necessity of a chapel meet- figure out whether a Korean had or- '
to its '
members of the junior class recently went to Jacksonville to investigate two, four, six, or eight legs. We all ganizations get on feet was the :1'1 ,
ing place; so the d ning room annex
Y. M. C. A. Duke Williams who '
vhich class was master of ceremonies, the possibilities of gettingsome was resorted to temporarily. Then a know the answer now, but there is elected the was i
president latter
as it were. As was provided in the additional equipment. He has rumor started to the effect that it was much talk everywhere as to why the last set out part of ,

ales governing the contest, the freshmen to report that we will soon have a the intention of the "powers that be" Government should ask such foolish returning year,to immediately his after t
appoint cabinet.
,were "known by their black faces large stationary Powers moving pic- to turn the gym into an auditoriumupon questions on an "intelligence" test. cabinet is .:, '.
Dr. Cox stated that he would later composed largely of the I
red borders.
ture machine and a piano! Dr. Mur- its completion. The howl that
men whom the
It was a gallant group of sopho- ohree has given him permission ti was stirred up finally resulted in the give a talk on the results of the test, body sent to (
Blue Ridge, North Caro'ina! last ft
that round the historic what it amounts to, etc. He stated that sum- :
mores gathered have the picture: machine placed -ir circulation of a petition of protest to mer for a short course of instruction.' .
; pine; tre, that has been the center the gym build'ng.: There we will havea the Board of Control against such an the individual grades would not be in Y. M. C. A. work. These E't
of class battles to defend made public, but that all students men were .
so many "free" show every Friday night .
given valuable ideas
their flag with all their strength. The piano will be used wherever it is act.The petition: was never sent to the might, upon application, obtain their how some very about I ; I
student Y. M.
a C. A. should
be .
'iho outnumbered three to one, they needed. Fifteen rahs for Mr. White. Board cf Control, however, for it was marks from their respective Dean I conducted and r
after the tests had been graded. they are going to try t'I ,
were game, and fought to the end found I
The solution to
unnecessary. I to put it all into effect and make the :
with a doggedness that lasted thee
the qusstion, according to Professor
Y. M. C. A. on the campus a live and 1 t.
hole 3.45 minutes cf the fight. Grimm, chairman of the Faculty Ath- ATHLETICS FOR EVERY active institution.
; ;
The freshmen massed in a wedge- R, O. T, AGAIN EXISTS; letic Committee, will be the following I We are extremely fortunate in hay
formation the east side of
plan: ing sent to us Rev. George E. White .
the tree, with the stronger and heavier PLAN! TO INCREASE; PAY Since chapel is held only twice a STUDENT IS PLAN 'as General Secretary. Mr. White was .f

men near the apex. Locking arms, week, collapsible and removable stage I a Presbyterian minister for several

they started their: slow, steady march SAYS COLONEL WALKER and chairs can be placed in the gym THIS YEARSoccer years. He has been in the "Y" work t
for the coveted which waved
prize just before chapel time on these
par- since: last June. The Y. M. C. A. !:
from the pine tree, thirteen feet from t'cular days, and can be removed by 1
Volley Ball, Push Ball 'Vh reNumber administration sent him to us because j I
the ground.At The R. O. T. C. is a reality, tho the janitor immediately after chapel.In of Players is Virtually Un- of our very generous subscription in
the first blast of the referee's definite plans for increase in and this way we can have both a 1 '1 f
pay gym limited, to be Provided. the U. W. W. campaign. Mr. White +
whistle, Markwood, for the sopho- other items of interest are not yet and an auditorium, without one interfering Athletics for every man in the University -I has been influential in obtaining for
mores, was pushed up the slipperytree attainable. Colonel Walker is with the other. ff
at is the plan of the Athletic i our use a splendid equipment of ath- :
to tack the lower end of the flag present trying to that creditbe II letic
arrange Committee ths year. Equipment for goods. In his college days Mr. \
still higher. This clever bit of strat- given to students who have attended soccer football, push ball, and volley White was an athletic! fan himself. He

egy was no sooner accomplished than training camps in proportion to NINETEEN COMMISSIONED ball, is to be purchased, and activitiesin II is going to co-operate with Coach

the wedge struck; and with a method time spent at such camps. He states these games started in the mar Buser in promoting athletics thruout

characteristic: of wedges, it at once that the R. O. T. C. i3 going to be GATORS RETURN TO future.In I the entire student body as outlined by

went to the heart of the matter and important, probably more so than in the aforementioned games the the Athletic Committee. We who _.'

stayed there. Efforts of the sophs fo the past, and is to form a nucleus "FLORIDA""Florida" number of men participating is not I have come to.know Mr. White personally -

break the formation were fruitless; from which a large body of officersare limited; thus opportunity will be af- i in this short time have found him

assault after assault was hurled to be drawn. students have done their forded for all to get into college ath- I to be an "all around" good man; very

I against it, football style, none of Two companies have been organized share in the past war, and a great letics and receive the full benefit of 'genial, eager and enthusiastic in his ;.

which: was successful. Several ambitious under the general supervision of many of them showed their worth and their athletic fees and pledges. Here-'I work, and not only willing, but i

rats were pulled down from i Lieut. Wilkinson. Lieut. Stoutamirehas qualified as officers. There are quitea tofore all were required to pay the, anxious to help the fellows in any 'J :

lofty position near the flag, but at last charge of "A" Company, while number of our undergraduates who athletic fees" and pledges but had to be I I way possible.Mr. S ,..;

Rat John Sherman climbed upon the Lieut. Feaster has charge of "B" Com- have been commissioned, and theyare content with watching the select : White has planned a system 6f ._,

backs and shoulders of his fellows pany, and from the looks of things returning day by day as theyare eleven or twenty-two men get the I Bible study in which he expects to ,;

and succeeded in pulling down the trophy there is: going to be some keen rivalryand able to get out of the service. muscle-building training and practicethat I M I I enroll the interest of every man here.

a white square of cloth, fittingly excellent work accomplished.FARR There are a large number of "shave- the student body was paying for. 'I We will study a little book put out by

designed with a skull and crossbones, tails" on the campus. Some brand Chairman Grimm of the Athletic the Y. M. C. A. entitled "About Jesus",

with the class numerals "21" having a new ones with shiny putts, and even Committee informed a representativeof I by Bosworth. Cabinet members will

prominent place near the upper: edge. LITERARY SOCIETYThe spurs, and ethers so old in the service the Gator last week that no time be leaders of the discussion at meet-

Rat Sherman, when interviewed, :Farr Literary Society held its that practically all the gold has will be lest in starting on the pro- ings. The full details of his plan will ,

could only state in the words of his first meeting of the year at LanguageHall worn off their bars. The following is gram outlined above. With these be presented to the student body very

famous namesake "(Class) war is Monday evening: January thir- a list of the "Florida" men here who plans in contemplation and with the soon, and this work will begin. ;

Hell"! He certainly: looked that way, teenth. A number of students from have had the "guts" and the "goods"to new and spacious gym in process of Fellows, let us rally around Mr. ,,'

too, as he proudly posed for his pic- the Arts and Science College were go thru an O. T. S. successfullyand completion, the prospect of the ath-I White and the Y. M. C. A. They 1 tare f

ture. The expression on his counten- present and prospects are bright fora acqu're the much coveted "baby letic life of the University of Floridais here to help us if w.e will only ; ,

ance might appropriately have been most successful organization.The pins": Lieuts. S. A. B. Wilkinson, brighter than ever before. let them. 1

compared with that of the ex-kaiser- following officers were elected J. A. Franklin, R. Stoutamire, L. H. \

before he was "ex". President Duke Williams. Skinner, F. H. Mellor, W. W. Gunn, PEABODY CLUB ELECTS OFFI-
The Tug o' War Vice President, B. E. Archer. H. V. Stapleton, C. W. Smith, M. N. CERS. HEARS ADDRESS

The tug o' war started soon after Secy. and Treas., R. C. Binford. Yancey, H. C. Warner, B. F. Whit- SUNDAY AFTERNOON ;

the flag rush. It was nothing unusual, Reporter, H. M. Friedlander. ner, W. M. Harrison, B. L. Feaster, Peabody Club held its reorganization About forty-five minutes every Sun- 1

being me }ly a triumph of brute T. M. Palmer, H. R. Stringfellow, C. meeting in Peabody Hall on Mon day afternoon shortly after dinner
strength over a little less brute L. Theed, R. T. Lyman, Hardee and day, the 13th, and the following offi- will be devoted to a Y. M. C. A. meet
strength. By the time this event took rison, for the sophomores; and Wuth- O'Bielly. cers were elected: ing. f

which rich, Norton, Snell, Scott, Merritt, and
place, the "camouflage", was These .
President, F. D. Miles.. meetings will be interesting
originally only on the freshies, was Richberg, for the freshmen, pulled Quite as interesting as the flag rush Vice President, M. H. Moyer.Sec. and beneficial. There will be a musical i
evenly distributed over every one. with a determination that augurs well was the grand melee that took placein
and Treas., H. C. Johnson. program and an address by Mr. :
This bit of color, together with the for future American manhood. It was front of Band D Sections of Reporter, H. R. DeSilva. White or some of the faculty. Al-

bloody looks, the heaving breasts,I only after a 19.30 minute tug that Thorns Hall Saturday morning. A few Critic, S. A. B. Wilkinson. ready we have heard two very impressive -

grunts and ,groans, bulging muscles,' the freshmen were able to pull the Sophs. were exercising their prerogative Sgt. at Arms, H. O'Bryant. addresses from Mr. White- j

tattered and torn clothing, and with last sophomore across the line. over a few "Freshies" at the Afterward, the audience was just the kind of advice that we college I

the shouts and yells of the beholders, After the two contests, all taking start, _but before the scene closed, charmed and soothed by the suave fellows need. i

added touch of barbarism to the part might have been seen slipping off about half the from each class
a men language and oily phrases uttered in Let us turn out as a body to these

whole affair. to sunlighted spots to pose for pic- were engaged in a "free for all" an (insignificant address by the invited meetings. Unfortunately they do not f

Both teams, composed of Devane, tures for memory books;and for the which proved disastrous to some of I guest, :Mr. A. M. Thomas (law- come but once a week. laKe a place j',

Hartman, Schofield, Cooper, and Har- "best girl". the belligerents' clothes. yer). on your schedule for them.

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\\construcfing a awake\\f l r The Cigar that crrakes J.lJJJll p

I manhood here which will be 81\contest. Therefore, to ;you, old I i Mznuhctixed by
Printed and studentsof
published by
f credit to the State of Florida as' man, and to you, new man (rat),:
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Thursday in their own print shop on years go by. us displayour delegated

the campus. qualities of hard work and i and the privilege of upholding! Gainesville Florida

co-operation toward one great ]her honor at home and abroad.:

S staffS i aim' -service to our s ate. ; The realization of this fact by;

k DUKE WILLIAMS....._Editor in Chief 1 The privilege which we enjoy. every student is imperatively i I Goods at Popular Pricesat

BENJAMIN ARCHER..___Mng. Editor I in being able to attend this uni- important. We must make our Popular
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not fail to appreciate. Here, on than it has ever been. To do \'
II. II. l\IcCALLUl\L..uAthletic Editor I JB 1U J8t.E: :.JErJTh/&. 6t1II
IIERBT. FRIEDLANDER, Ex. Editor: the campus, we become acquainted this we must keep our college

I with the representativesof spirit burning to the white heat

Business Department the best families and brainsof of enthusiasm.The .

r RALPH STOUTAl\URE..Bus. Mgr.I the state. Right here is whole question of college DO BUSINESS WITH

WALTER GUNN.Circulation Mgr. where we learn the fine art of
spirit is dependent directly upon
working with others-of sacrificing the individual support given to'j II The Florida National Bank I

Entered as second-class matter, I
r self for the good of the the various organizations and
September 28, 1912 at the postoffice whole. I -TAeAV*,. Million Dollar Hank Rcsoi rocs Ozer $?.oooooo
at Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of I factors on the campus. It was:

March 3d, 1879. Our training here is a mere with a peculiarly] joyous sensa-i -

preparation for the greater ser-, tion that we returned to school
date Auto Accessories and
Up to
Place all communications and news vice our state will demand of us after being honorably discharged -

items in boxes designated for that in after life, as compensation.. from the army. We Sup"lie

purpose in Peabody and Language Indeed it will be compensation,I looked forward to a new life ,

Halls. for we pay only a small item of with eager anticipation. We I At Reasonable Tiffs.. THAT'S US

the expense of our education, at' '
longed to experience the thrillof
Hate-The Florida Alligator, $1.00.
the most. So let us not be lack- old I'
meeting acquaintances as
H. Martin, Mgr. Galnesvilje Fla.MILLER'S
ing appreciation.
man to man once more. How
THE FRIDAY CHAPEL Society is coming to look
upon good it would seem to the old

;. its debts with an increasingly men to have a "rat", and to the

In allowing the students abso- scrutinizing eye. The day has new man to endure the tribulation -

lute freedom and discretion as past when a man can receive ? of a Freshman in college-

to the use of the Friday morn- benefits from the hands of his the fulfilment of his boyhood

ing chapel hpur the faculty has fellow men and make no return. dreams!

done wise and Communities are fast approaching -
a very
I Well, fellows, that day h's ar-
: thing. To a student body of i the efficiency which demandby
rived. We are living ii the
this size such a period is quite I law that a man give his ser-
present. The Alligator is ;in full 1
essential. What could be of vices to the particular group of
swing within a week after its
: more benefit 4o the fellows? If which he is a benefee. For instance -I
organization was perfected.
every individual is to keep i in it is beginning to appeal-
This is our medium of news
close touch with even the most unfair for a graduate of the U. I
both local and otherwise. Let
insignificant events, such a mass of F. to spend the fruits of his I I'
us greet it with
a very warm .
training in Nevada.
meeting where anybody can feel
reception and it with
support an
r free to air his views or to bringup Fellows, v.e must feel this n

minor news items, is the I debt we owe to our state. We undying loyalty.; The boxes are inner and very eager desire to I I

most suitable means. must repledge our loyalty to the ready for your news items or make this the greatest year in I iBo UUENBlUM

Fellows, here is our chance to Board of Control and the Legis campus comment. If they are the history of old "Florida".

I keep very much awake! Let us l lature. Let us keep constantly too small, we will have larger Let us display an unrivaled college -

make this a meeting where the I before us the ideal of some day ones made. The various class spirit, which in turn will BICYCLES
I organizations have been
student body will learn to repaying the state with a wont com manifest itself in the united
ge -----
I pleted. See how firmly ;you can i -- -------.-
t together and to act in unison on derfully efficient service ren'I overwhelming] support which

K the problems which will con dered. Possibly we will be called support your class in whateverit each of us gives to these various VOYLE BROS.
undertakes and how well
front us. Here let us learn team-.l! upon to pay our part of the you organizations. .
can represent it. there FLASH
: work in the support of athletics, taxes to support our Alma Mater
n are the literary and debating so- ELECTRIC SUPPLIED
debating, Y. :M. C. A., glee club, in the future. If so we ca AN OPEN LETTER .
cieties. If
you cannot speak in &
band, etc. All these organiza then do it with a cheerful sensation
tions will"go forth from our because we will recall the public now, go learn how. Show FROM THE OATOR'SBUSINESSMANA6ER' STORAGE BATTERIES

the John Marshall Society that --------- #fr"n
midst as advertising mediumsto time when we aspired to be in
your society is the rightful] own-
the ranks for Florida. For Shoes
i the outside world of the kind .,
er of the cup. Furthermore
of men they raise in the U. of F. _
there is the Y. M. C. A. Be a Shoe Laces, Shoe Polish
Let us not fail .to back them at COLLEGE SPIRIT To the Alumni
man in everything; you do. Stand : And Hosiery,
What is the clarion of the new for the hard right against the Many of you will receive a try
The need of such an hour has age? What is it men pay most easy wrong. Train your spirit- copy of this first issue of the Shoe
been extremely apparent in the Dep
for nowadays? Why does so ual ability along with ;your physical Alligator for the year. :Many 1ftm7ntl.CoSMITH

past. The problem of getting! ciety raise some men on its and mental. Then too, thereare others will see one. We would

t a aI aa ac ai ai ar at r the whole student body out to a shoulders and trample others i in. the clubs. Let. us know I send it to every OLD MAN,
meeting was difficult, no matter I.
I I the dust? What is the wach-' where ;you are from. If you were it possible to reach him.

.. t' how important the business may word of the day? It is an everlasting were a leader in your part of the You who read this, send us your I -
have been.
Now the hour solves
1. that. push, with right motivesbehind state, you should let others know subscription; and let all other If you are
For the promotion of I
, t. it. In the army we distin about it in order that they may FLORIDA men know we still ,

r 11 11I .- unity, efficiency, democracy, guished this as "pep'or: morale. be able to put you to work im- !live. Give us a boost. an automobile
and college spirit in general, the I
.: 'I I In civil life it is mply being a mediately.
: morning-allotment from I hustling to situ- Finally, now that have To Agricultural Short Course owner,
I man, equal any we organized ,
1.,. the faculty is .
: worthy of :
I rtion or emergency It is Living and are to. all appear-
heartiest appreciation of the This first issue
of The Alligator .
j i the Life. ances the institution we were watch

students. Fellows, this same morale they before the war, let us show the will go to all of you we can l'
.. j ,.' tried to preach to us in the armyis ; locate. The things said to the'

! J:. t{ ;; OUR NEW MASTER the one thing needful on the alumni apply to you. We saw this space.
j;; t ; some of the Short Course stu-,
Net that
Fellow students, the institution campus. we are in i dents before
l has need, but simply explanatory they left the cam-
changed hands
I: Wi. Under the S. A. T. C. again.i We must be careful not to spendit pus and received their subscrip-,

i. E Uncle Sam in a very direct we served man all. In a university this valuable SEED I II not tions.see; we all are of you.sorry The we could JOSJ.J. SH RA A

product is known as Col paper!'
ner. Under him '
we were ab
: an j
I to
you as to CONTRACTOR
solute monarchy. But lege Spirit. Read it carefully] any other i
student. Your Electric
reverted to the old regime. Letme and let it be to ;you as the cheesewas subscription Appliances -;)(' -' n"l'air ng

emphasize that to the rabbit, and come out .. I and support will be ap-;Sterling National Mazda LI'1lJs. All
our employers preciated. SiZfl. 32volt
all when the May we hear from i Mazdas for farm Iigliting
as it were, have over sun shines.In i
exchanged ?
i places. the strict and true sense of ORAH ii II I -
II I Gentlemen of the U. of F., we the words however, a proper college ORTON To Other Friends 1 I and published on the campus

served our country nobly i in spirit is what makes our life OVELTIES Who may; not have been former I again, and by the students. We

} time of war. Let us now do as here more thaji an existence students of the are trying hard toward, aid we

I much for our state in time o!;: a joy! The University is on its but who are with us University in ,'; shall succeed in, living tie! life
spirit I
peace. We are under the authority feet again after serving Uncle A soldier just from France saia heh&d rTour' friendship for the school: we lived before the war. This

of, and are supported by. Sam. We-you and I-must pictures made several times since he went and for its principles is I paper shall'not be a failure, and

keep her on top in eve "thing. in the Army but said none of them were fying to grati-I it shall be a true mediim of
the State Legislature and the us. Give us
near as good as he got at Yamiekeb Studio sup- FLORIDA
in spirit.
Why, rrc-T-ar times it was a port, and let ,
Board of Control. They are on and he was surprised that the price us be your spokes-
I most disgraced1 thing for "Flor- Very respectfully
I new masters. Let us ph r'f' !" \ was one turd leg than he paii other man. I,I RALPH
>cV: to do wny eirg but to win 'place. The Alligr.t STOUTAMir.2;
, hem ourallujrianceanddil-'geai j : 13 lei:: -;g e.lit:' .
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Alligator 3 Thursday. January 23 191'} l, ;;'

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Tailor / THIS YEAR !I COUNTRYDr. [H B. M. Tench H I

1919 Spring & Summer Samples on display Q GAINESVILLE 0 (

From the opening up of school immediately Sims, on Return from Baltimore .

after the holidays tall: close Contention, Speaks: to Students in FLORIDA -

Alteration, Repairing and Pressing of last week we had with us the Chapel at Prcs. )lurpbrE>e's Ht'qu"st. E E _
I"Short Course Students in Agricul- Returning to the University last 'i.

ture". They came here to attend avery week were President, A. Murphreeand

i intensified course in agriculture, Dr. Newell L. Sims, professorcf SHOESBURNETT
I which is offered every year by the sociology, who had been in Balti- t.
College cf Agriculture for such students -
more for a week attending, respectively -
I who cannot find the time for a
the Convention of Presidents of
t longer course. Agricultural Schools, and the National :: 1 1C i
I Special: classe: were held in "Poul- Convention of Rural Educators. At -
Gainesville furniture Co.I I try Husbandry", "Animal Husbandry Dr. Dr.
the request cf Murphrec, h CLOTHIER ; j
and General Agriculture", "Tractors", Sims spoke in chapel and gave the I i.1
1 and "C'trus": Following those
are students an idea of what such: conven- \
who attended, according: to groups: tions were aiming at, and what they .YON/'If SIDE Ul- S I'AREJ.
) ,1. Cox, Proprietor In Poultry Husbandry there were R. were accomplishing.The .. .
'" ; ; c' ...
I C. Blake, Miss! Margaret L. Burleigh, purpose of these national conventions j jJ.
W. P. Coffey! D. C. Clark, James : of rural educators: said Dr. t ; 4

I iChesrut, Mrs. J. H. Colson, Wm. Sims, is to discuss efficient ways J. W.\ SjcSolIuni! ) \ Co. i. i
I Haste: W. H. Hertel, L. W. Lehman,! and means of improving conditions in .
i Lawrence B. McGill, Mrs. E. S. Mad- DRUGGISTS
---------- rural ccmmun:.ties.
I dock, Ernest A. Peterson, E. C. Preble, The problem of educating the rural .'The Kesall Store Phone 111 IF j \

Wm. H Rat, L. L. Sandborn, Mrs. N. Agents forLlCGI'r'S ,,
I : : boy and girl in such a way that they I
PALM PARLOR W. Sanborn Ruth Sanborn N.V.. AND No HltlS' CANDIES f J
I :: will not leave the country for the glit-

I Sanbcrn, E. E. Stevenson, James L. tering attractions of the city was for- SEE ',1, !

) /J Williams, Mrs. B. F. Williamson, Mrs. cibly presented by Dr. Sims. To ac- -f.", I
f (1/1 .
.. ice 1G J'{'aJJIJbe :L rJ'e I R. W. Blacklock E. M. Beville, MaryA. complish this object, he said, the 1 -. tr. V ldc'L1FOR \

Haile, Elizabeth Hopkins: G. H. country boy must be taught success- ';. (
Hill Lcus: Weston Cunningham Drugs Stationers, Toilet Articles! ".
Cunningham, ful methods of farming and must be
We specialize in refreshmentsfor Andrew H. Doran and Car- shown that his best chance for advancement Camlies S>uveiT CRn1s. '. }
\\ VHttrman's Pens ,' ,
rie E Vorman.In is in following the*life: of I
social Animal Husbandry and General the farmer. To provide recreation for
Agr'culture there were J. Holly, Geo.L. him, and to meet the demand of his Tome to ; ; I

Yager, H. B. Peters, P. R. Andrews, social nature, will be a big factor in Doran's Bicycle Shop ( ,

I,1\1. Susemiebel, A. E. Maxwell Glenn dulling the lure of the city. I 218 East [Main Street ,i t I ,
-----.- Stringfellow. T. Tschapp, S. D. i
I To this end there is a great need BICYCLES
Peper, A R. Mack, W. E. Dyrenforth, for country school teachers and pas- ACCESSORIES and KEPAIRS .t
Diamond Ice o. Geo. D. Fry, Dr. R. T. Weaver R. R. tcrs for rural churches. They can .
., Vvhitt'ngton: R. W. Edwards, H. T.Mann organize and promote the educational k SHAVE

Manufacturers of James H. Wells, Geo. L. Mc- recreative, and octal: activities of the YOU HEARD ,. '

Finest Crystal Ice Gurgan, Cazensuse Wilson, C. W. rural community, and relieve farm THE NEW EDISON'PHONOGRAPH .
Stewart, R. N. Stevenson: and D. E. life of much of the dull monotony that :
Cold Storage in Conn cti on IN
Hawthorne.In causes such dissatisfaction, and a ,
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA Tractors there were C. C. Bean, longing for the pulsing life of the I COMPARISON WITH IV

-------- ---.. -.. -- .-- --- J. M. Boring, J. E. Dudley, J. L. city en the part of the country boy 'TALKING MACHINES?" 'r, < ..1
I English, C. B. Ellsworth, L. H. Hod- and g.rl.:
For SaleSix g:s, Peter Marine, H. E. MacDcnald If you have not heard the f I
The AlachuaRestaurant
I Henry D. Railsback, F. M. Ramsey, A WORD FROM TIlE ATHLETIC I comparison, let me give you ;. '
G. Stcne, E. Marie Stedman, Oli- EDITOR ; ,

and Lunch RoomFOR Motorcycles'One a 1\1. J. Tllscn, H. H. Tussey, John C. The war is over, the Athletic As- ademonstrationeitherin your '<:

Ford Touring CarV. ,;, C. E. Hatch and F. W. Hatch. sociation debt is paid! and baseball home or my store, without :

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN |: \ W. Gunn I In Citrus there were G. A. Braupr,': season is here. Are we going to havea any obligation to purchase. -
L. S. Day, E. H. Favor, Howard M.
schedule? Every college man in the -\
Room 39 Buckman Hall : Popular and Standard t
Half, block from Atlantic Coast Line I I Katz, J. V. Lewis, Chas. Mack, E. T.' countryar.ts to see some athletics
Mountain, Mrs. N. M. G. Prange, A.' SHEET MUSIC :.
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BepotTelt'Jlhone ---- this: year, and the season for all other
/A. Pelham, E. J. Peck, W. H. Sco- <
.V.i7 LOCALSWalter sports has passed.: carried in stock
field, W. G. Tilghman, A. C. Terwilliger athletic:
For Florida to resume an ) I
Gainesville - Florida I William J. Trough, J. NIc:: program this: spring, would be to show G.H.KELLEY _

I Collum and John G. Turner.S. high school boys in the state that we GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. I"t :

Gunn and H. C. Johnson left are on a sound footing and to draw

I I Tuesday for Jacksonville, where they A. E. DANCE them here next fall. There are many .

6RAH4M : will: attend the Masonic Grand Lodgeas The S. A. E. Frtsrnity! gave a very ether schools in the South who prob- University Book Store
HOTEL delegates: from their horns toivns. enjoyable dance last Saturday nightin ably feel the same need and would be

I I' ther: rooms in the Princess Theater glad to have schedules themselves. It (Basement Language Hall)
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r :: Ii W. B. Farley developed symptomsof building. The dance hall was prettily is fir the chairmen of the various
the flu 'early last week and immediately decorated in purple and gold, whichare college athletic committees to decide Everythingfor
European left for his home in Marianna. I the fraternity colors. whether or net we are to have them. .

I He intends to return to school The new "University Jazz" per- At least one of our former students
....-. ,"P.t"'.;:;;- !':. .... = I upon his recovery.R. formed on the musical instrumentsand realizes cur need. "Preacher" Perri- i

man, a pitcher in the National League
furnished music
J. M PO'l vll. Proprietor I very snappy
L. ensabaugh, who was cou whch! resulted in numerous more or for one season and in the Southern StudentsFORD

'..3a ness'1Ie. loritil1 fined to his bed for a week aa a re- lees: successful attempts at the "T.ckleTee" League for several has written ask- ,
I the intermission the ing that he be given the position of
sult of an injury to his knee received During
while helping load some farm crowd was served with candy.A baseball coach. These of us who were HEADQUARTERS '

I machinery at the A. C. L. depot, was unique surprise came in the way here when he was a student in the y
--.- ," -= r"'c! c.- which College cf Law, know that he is a J. H. ALDERMAN, Proprietor {=
: work the of
: :-: '< : :;::" able to resume his school a negro quartette sang some
first part cf last week. very funny and original songs between:: competent man for the position and THEIIOMEOFTIIEFA1IOUSFORD
American Shoe I I dances. They sang their first.; num- one who would put out a winning

I Lieut. F. G. Merrin U. S. A., an ber concealed back of the partitionat team. Having a coach, and a wealthof

alumnus was recently on the cam- I cr.e end of the hall, and there were material, there is no reason whywe '
Repair Company various to who the singerswere. should not put out a team.
pus greeting his old friends while on gussnes: as
a furlough. I Some decided: that they were
114 West Main, North S. A. E. "rats", but when the quar- RETURNS
Telephone 139 "Hot Water Charlie", of ancient: tette emerged from behind the partition i- FROM HOSPITAL MOTOR CARS

fame, is again with us on the campus. it was seen that the members Our old friend: Joe Daltcn, is backat .
ranged in color from a nicely colored Accessories. Supplies And Repairs 1
after of nine
the University a stay .
Free Ensgn! C. S. Ogilvie, an alumnus meerschaum pipe to a freshman painted weeks- in the. -base hospital- at Camp -- l
>> flat i
Gall and Delivery \ho was recently discharged from up for the flag rush. I Johnston. I (GainesvilleCocaCola

is back home in Gainesville. f will be remembered that Joe'
he It
.. navy
er: :.:": l. .. = .......: ..." """ '::: :. .y)"" SOMEMORE I'
f WILKINSON BACK FOR broke his leg in a practice fpotball

(: H. C. Johnson, who left the univer-I' HONORSOur game between the S. A. T. C. and the i

rVE ARE OPEN FORt sity in the winter of 1917 to great and only Samuel Aaron Gainesville High School last Novem- Co
army, is again registered as a student Burr "Rowdy Bill" Wilkinson is again ber, and was immediately sent to

BUSINESSMon of old "Florida". He receivedhis with us in all of his glory. This time Camp Johnston for treatment. The : Corner Virginia Ave and Colon lt.
discharge shortly before returning i I fracture was properly attended to and
he appears with additional cares and Gainesville Fla.
the bone has knitted perfectly to-
. to school. i
responsibilities in the way of a Mrs.S.
:\ v to Loan. Full Line of Musical A. B., who, we hope, will exert gether again, altho the muscles art ): *' ;) >> "

Inst run'ents. .llsoShot Guns, Ke\ol- Allie Thomas spent the last week- some retarding influence on his apparently still a little sore. i
\erand Ammunition. end in Tampa. greedy plan to secure all Finding himself too far behind to'I'
take up his engineering course this STAR GARAGEJ.
the appendanges to his name that this
The Reliable Pawn Shop Lieut. W. B. Henderson, an A. E.F. university is able to offer. So far as year, Joe has transferred to the Arts
and Science College, and hopes to get R. FOWLER ProprietorDealer
man and an old "F" graduate, is we know, engineering: is the only sub- ,
102 West Main North the degree of B. S. at the end of the
new back at the University, where he ject that he has failed to delve into,
Next September he will probably in AutouiotilES! and Accessories
.4- year.
I expects to take up some work. and we offer this as a suggestion, that
I he take this sideline up next year and resume his engineering course. Distributor for

MAGNOLIA HOTEL I Louis J. Tatom has been re-ap then we are sure that the faculty Alathua Levy Putnam and M. Johns '
pointed campus electrician. Mr. Ta would vote to create a new degree Prof. Chapman, at meeting of Glee Counties

Situated North of A. C. L. I tom, who is an electrical engineering such as B. E. (Bachelor of Everything Club: "Young man, what do you Union Street and Virginia Avenue k J
Depot student, gave full satisfaction in this ) to meet the need and conferit sing?"
. capacity last year. upon him. Student: "Straight stuff sir. ,



'crida Alligator :1.. Thursday, January 23. 1919
E -

I Wilson Company i i THE BIG STORE

Invites the boys to come around often .
Quality Service i t
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Tics -
Silk Four in-Hand -- and 43
Ladies Latest Fan hats - - - - 51.50, 52'50 and 53.00
Ready Dry GoodsNot ons, Curtains and Curtain __ -
- S. 5, 51.00,51.25
100 dozen Shirts - - andS1.50
i Materials, WindGwshades.J .
Underwear, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs. Shoes-the best in town
t J Gainesville FloridaVELIE
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s SOrilOMOKE:\ CLASS ORGANIZES Perhaps, If Newlyweds
Ths tcphomcre: class! was organized: j Dean Trusler: "So you see, the ambassador ALWAY$ A oon 0
at the
first opportunity during the and his suite can not bz
rr10Ton GARS first week of school. The following! CLUB f GEMS TRIPS I touched: by the law."

officers were elected! : : I Rat "Dean, what do they $HOW
r I ;Trf"f I ft 1 !nNAL President, Jimmy Erycc. FOB ITS MEMBERS r I mean by the ambassador's 'sweet';
I; [ n r11 ; Vice President, Bill Harrison. Ii his wife''?" -
.i Secretary and Treas., Bill Catlow. I -

TRUeKSPARTS Rep. Honer Corn., Louis Tatom. If a successful Glee Club can ba organ AT THE
Senor Vigil (Wiggles), who was
t+ i ; .zed shortly, Professor. W.
1 : & SERVICE i hare in 1916, is again attending old
r -A LONG TRAIL" man says there i3 no doubt but thata
I lyric
U. cf F. The Saner is longing toe Theatre
LUJTZ AND IlELY.N'STONjDr.leiica. 1 tcur cf part of the state can b
There vss a long, long trail a-winding! hear some rat call him "Wiggles" to: !
rrrang.d for even this late !in the
Thru +
No Slan's Land in his face.
4 1 1tnn France, year. ......,
Where: the shrapnel shells were burst-" .c:& """ """ .:
The Glee Club is a student organi!
rut"ng; zation. Its members elect their When Lieut. Rowdy Bill delivered/ Home of Belter PiduresW
cur boys advanced. I i ident and other officers, and his exhortation for the Alligator in
Den.1is1.: :hire lots pres-I I
; eta of thrills and
fight- I
gagements for giving : Chapel last week, it was noticeablethat
: Office Graham Bldg. IngBafora: i''in various towns throughout the he included "wives" in his cate-

Gainesville, Fla. our dreams all came true; !state. An opportunity: is hereby givento I gory of persons for whom the fellows -t .
Eut America I .S.
r rl6 : The Yankee showed boys can the da.A kaiser. what j, all students with any vocal ability: i should take out extra subscrip-: Dorsev & Co.

UXC. E MODEMONEY I I at an to improve their native talent i ticns.: There's.a reason. E 'IRI'TI I ING in GROCERY....
) .I i and at the same time enjoy the pleas-j I J ---
Tallahassee girl v:rote to a U. are of the Glee Club trips. I For Goodness gate
cf F. bey and asked if Only It took quite a little "p3rsuasion"I, Drink Do rs ey's
S. A. T. C. a few responded! to Prof. Delight Coffee
TO LOAN I'to induce the rats to put a little enthusiasm -
l6 meant "Slacker !
at the College". He'Chapman's announcement that men I i
I' : into their boxing matches
answered her _
with a question. He would be tried cut for membership in
Si Iif Strings for Musical trumentsa raked hr :f F. S. C. V7. meant "Flor-i[the University Glee Club last week. 'two Saturdays ago, but once started '

; <___ ..._ ______ ida School for Colored Women". i t:However, thcs who: would! like to be they showed as much pep as: even I: Eyes .
;, J I'candidates for a sophomore could desire to see. : Glass.Tta'el
.i i Prof. Grimm: "Ev;rybody in Jef- [1!at the residence of Dr. DePass on Fitted

i S'i Next to McColIun.'j! Drug Store feiscn Ccunty is ether: crazy or weak-i Main Street, North, Thursday nig E.// DR. GORDON B. TISO I

Phone ---- 511 minded, and I can prove it here by;where Professor Chapman :s conduct-. .We Do
t Own
Mr. Will ams' testimnnv. Tie is frnm j!yin! rehearsals fr.r iin nrjpra, "Pin_ _.1 DE TIST' Lense
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Jefferson County." j I i fere", which will be given under the Grinding. No DelayC.
y 1 1. ylL1l I Prof.: "Define the! word 'con- ''nuspicea of the Philharmonic Society Phon- 213 Gainesville

;ll """ """ |!in the near future. L"w Exchange:; Florida

i ti .t i i Conner Auto Company l i j I H. COLES & SONJewt.'lers

; and Opticians
a \ and Po ishin:; Gasol. (>, I ALL CORDIALLY INVITEDA 3. C AdkinsAttorney
Oi s and Ac esson s
Phone 194 dance, to which all are invited,
,It Gainesville Fla. I I will bs given Saturday n'ght at the and Counsellor at Law

' ;: I I rooms cf the Royal Neighbors of Gainesv i:ie, Floi idafliiW W. M. JOHNSONDruggist
i Get your clothes cleared: .nd: pressed America over the City O.(ices, located -
I in the sanitaryvay.. en lower University Avenue. I
t FRt>CH DRY CC.Jo-\NlxG '" -
These --
:, dances, which are given once
;. .:lpi j. .! ANJ I a week, afford an opportunity for new I//I i Drugs, Chemicals, Toilet Articles
.it :! acquainted with peopleof Fancy Stationary,
1 i ..i I'{ NOVELTIES IN FABRICSare Savei Sates Time Clothes I. the city and to: spend an enjoyable I STEAM LAUNDRY Ii Cigars, Etc.
r j,evening: in town. They also! afford a
} ; to be seen at this pace: fabrics I Saves Money I chance far beginners to learn IL_
the art We
Hat I do first class
Cleaning and
made into stylishlong wearing Blocking a Speciality! of dancing. Corner West Main St. and t' lH'r.-ity

; Ft Fti ,;, designers garments and by deft skilled workmen.) clothing: I THE: SANITARY Also Steam Drying CLEANINGAND I'I I I Miss McRobb'e: to Lieut. Gunn (who Dry Cleaningat 1 I Telephone 152 Avenue tiinetnle!

When you are in need of a suit ,. is sporting his brand new artillery reasonable -- ..
boots and prices ------- -
PRESSING COMPANY spurs): "Sonny: where's
single pair of trousers, you will rticn675 your horse?" r _
us a call I I
,, .
do well to consult DAMATO'S. I "---- i:1:
Satisfaction is :uiuanted-c1oth: Go to ARABLE'S

: t tj fit,workmanship. DON'T FORGET I :TUDIO I

Cleanin ,Pressing and Repairing Foil THE BEST PIt T'RESNfWYORKRACKET;

To See ..L _

z ,X-v-J'l l; T }11.111. 111l1 t "OH!' BABY" THE BIG .'!'! ;;;. 1 --I.

send it toPEPPER. !

Baird ,
Theatre Agent for ---


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'.;i Subcribe For The AlligatorLumber When you want Hardware --

.1I .1i .1l .1t BALED has it
1 1 1I 1j 1 .1 Reach's Football Goods, Wrijht & Ditson Tennis Rackets

Kodaks and and Athletic Goods, Eastman -
Dressed Stock models Reach's.Baseball Goods, Louisville Slugger Bats all latest
l j Remington, U. M. C. and Winchester
and Moulding Pump Guns. Remember Ammunition, Remington and Automatic
i we
carry as complete
I i as money can buy.

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I "" I.w'.TIIOIATreaurer
rk O II.TUOM\5,Secretary ---------

k Z. .,.. Thomas Company, Inc. GLAD YOU BOYS ARE BACK ;


If f i I.Ii I.I -AGENTS Gainesville, FOR Fla. LET'S SHAKE HANDS .::

and THE JOHN DEERE PLOW CO "f 33.i-tdL SStxo '
All Kinds of Farming Tools x story

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