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I ------- University of Florida, Gainesville, Thursday, February 6, 1919






i Ir ite'', to Grin!; With IJochcs on I following acknowledgment of James F. Sikes, '16, Writes Dr. Mur- ,;

Morning Armistice Was S.gne-J the Arthur Ellis Hamm phree of his Experiences in 1

Scholarship is to be made in. Memorial the 1919- Chasing the Hun NINTH; TO PLAY N, AMERICANS ALSO Ijt

Added evidence of the fact 1920
that Seth L catalogue. All students on the

r' ..rkn. is still alive came a week or ampus remember when the sad news HIS REGIMENT DECORATED .. I

two ago in the form of letter of City Council .J
a writ- Captain IIamm's death Appropriates
came in the Money to Help Fix Up Grounds and j
ton LV hm: r'n Dtc:mber 23 and ad early days: of the S. A. :
T. C. Gymnasium
Says Joe Swanson is in Nearby ; Advertising Value of Giants

I'trl. flarl'son who was a Sopnomorc :: and grateful homage 'to the : /. I

tart year, left school near the end of1K memory of a former student, Arthur 7 j i
1918 term and Corporal James F. Sakes: a 1916 ; I
joined the Hamn
army who left his studies to BOSTON AMERICANS TRAINING AT
l-':ir a long time after he arrived i inTrance enter the first officers' training graduate of the University of Florida, JIACO"H.1 i '
camp. is nov in charge of the
noth rg was heard from him From this he was graduated with the supervision I ; .

e thfr bv his parents or friends. Just rank of captain. After months of gallant and maintenance of roads and highways Ten Representatives of Principal Metropolitan Dailies to Accom : .i1' :
connecting three
bcut the time he important
had been given up service "Somewhere in France"he panlIcGraw's :
towns Aggregation of 35 Men
for tot, his parents received a letter, fell in battle! at St. Mihiel on Sep- in Germany. Corporal Sikes [Vii,1 :
completed his
\\ ,::tcn at Valendar, Germany, on Dec 'tember 14, 1918. course of engineering

19, 191 one the College of Law in 1916. games of the I propriating the sum of $500 to { I
ti> help
e same place! nine days; later of hs; military insurance should baseball will
season be
go When the chance played at out with the matters 1
came to "get" the aforementioned. i
1': fau't' was with the mail service Smith College of Gainesville
his widow on April 8th
Hun and 9th, when" Mr.
he Tench
jumped into the fray a prominent businessman
as an ,
In tics letter Mrs.
to his
parents he says C. Hamm, is a graduate the New York Giants will cross bats of the I
cnrnecr.: city, then
was asked
I to
.:> b-ic had no mail since hip arriva and the other half to the Tlnivpr-_ with the Boston Americans winners I I
In the give his r
---- -- following letter to President views on the subject-and c; i
;Tr .n."e. Here is an extract from ity of Florida: to be used in estab- of the championship pennant last i he
Murphree, written on December 31 year. I gave them emphatically. "Gentlemen"
tat; letter 'shin I i 4
: ;? at each of these institutions"a Dates will be
arranged also
with the
1918, Sikes tells i said he, "there
"\':,"e drove for ten clays, right upi scholarship! for the annual benefitif briefly his expe- New York Americans all I are seven i
riences games to Gainesvilles
from the time of his enlist- in the United States.
t the minute the armistice; wac some needy and deserving student". be played on the University diamond. I 1 )
ment to the date of writing: I This is our chance to let
,1": .r-H, .T i Mrs. people know :
jiding up with an apnraprl-: Ilainm at once generously sent This news is authentic, for it was

: c: mx in cro-'sing the Meuse the :hecks for the full amount, five thou- "Maria-Loach, Germany, cured personally from .Mr. Charlie se-!'i I that the word "Gainesville" means "a ',

night: before the armistice went into and dollars. "Dec. 31, 1918. Harris, Gainesville chum j i GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA! In my

effect. The shell and machine "un :.iiv "The P and of Control gratefully i "Dear Dr. Murphree: McGraw, of the Giants. Manager i i I opinion, $100,000 expended in the usual !

\ PS terrific ar.-' *he fog and the high accepted this bequest, and the faculty, I Hun"Now has that been our task of subduing the The Giants will find modern I I way would not get the advertising .

explosive! gas so i.hrl the air that one .n its resolutions! of sympathy and accomplished, my convenience every : this $500 will get for us. Why, five ; I
they could
thoughts are naturally of America wish for in con- !; hundred thousand in France
men know
quid only see the'm in thanks, added tint ;
just front. the scholarship nection with their ;: I
and of the ones I know there, and it training here next that Gainesville, Fla. is where the
i I: curse, just as we were reachinge thus founded should be known the
as spring. This fact
would be impossible for me to for- was assured by the Giants will train this spring! Now's
': f K r side of the river I had to "Arthur Ellis Hamm Memorial Scholarship" cheerful
f 'i! get the University of Florida. Knowng unanimity with which the the time for all of us knockers to get
:" the pontoon bridge and ,
City Council of
you are always interested in tht Gainesville voted $500as ; together and take baseball "
.' It! it wasn't
r: deep, I thought I the
vhereabouts and doings of the alumni, city's share of a fund to be 1 I
l'U'.' f. .cze to death all the rst cf raised and Tench paid a tribute to Dr. +

!II "old! nj'sht. We followed the riv- FLORIDA'S' \ R -TIME I will endeavor to relate a few of University expended baseball for diamond improving the Murphree, who by joining Mayor Ti- 1 1''
:Tiy experiences of the last and for
year. in
son inviting the
t t-.abi-hmjr! sort of a alone 'nstailing addit.onal hot to train t
"September 21st, 1917 I enlisted in water showers -
1 J.c. f b-nk the here, and offering the University facilities ,
river three
feet behind
etc., in the '
ATIVITESREVIEWED' the engineer: gymnasium. Another
\ of the
, corps regular
n: iiid the Ilcinies about 150 yard $500 is to be raised 'I to. them, greatly influenced
army and was sent to Fort S riven. by private sub-
Manager McGraw
n ;.\ nt.'e finally reached our : to select Gaines
sac"ioir Ga., for a period,of three weeks. From cuption to supplant the amount voted I
:- ( the river and dug cursalves! Data Prepared by Dr. Crow for the by the Council.A "Dr. Murphree is a livewire I
:here 1 was assigned to the 6th
.n ju,t as day was breaking. I went 1916-1P20 Catalogue Tells of S. A. Regular citizen", said he. "He's as quick to ; l'
U. S. Engineers, and representative body of businessmen 1
sent to
'LV -itep with machine gun bullets and T. C. and Other Government Work see a good thing for this community

'.. ... : h:.-.}*,s s.ngng: by my ears and Carried en Here. their barracks at Washington, D. C. and other public-spirited citizens as n duck is to hop rm n June bUjod"? t.
On Dect. 1017, the regiment,_ pm"larl'd __ attended the Council meetinl'" Mr.
n------ ---- Parrish
n next
n to
oin In the for France, arriving at St. night to lend their hearty support to subject, told of hearing '.
: ul." all was silent except for the 1919-1920 catalogue of the the men say they I
Nazaire Dec. 20th. The measure which to be I
first was
J t.... co:; up on the hill, who were sing- University of Florida, will appear the months of two Dr. A. A. presented. were coming to Gainesville if only to !! t, ;
our stay in France Murphree
., and dancing and inviting us following account of the activities of was purely as see the Giants practice. "Besides", j r
up I
in an interested .
spent building barracks for and
d;, ;in'x': \,ith them. The armistice the< University: daring war times. It hospital representing said Mr. Parrish, "the twenty-one -
units, and training for the front. In no institution, put the matter be-
.d] ir ue into effect." was prepared by Dr. Crow, who is days that they are here will not be
March we were sent to the British fore the city governing body. He ,
the entire fruits '
j I's ';ore recent letter to Van Huff hairaan of the University 1ubl ca- of our labor and ex-
front for instruction in mining and the ;pointed out the fact that the training.Jf j
tions pense. We want to
f ilk! .t,,: Committee. secure a ten-year
building of dug-outs, trenches, and the Giants here meant a most
Valendar "Immediately after the United extensive :(I contract with McGraw to make ,this
Germany, I
bridges. While on this work we were advertising of the City of his regular "
December 23, 1918.r States entered the world war the en- training place. j-
caught in the Hun's drive. of March Gainesville."In II
-. ', ;:n: equipment of thp University; was end April: and for valuable service I Mr. Charlie IIarris, "the village grocer

As I haven't had any mail from placed at the disposal of the Govern making reservations at the I ", that the New York Times editor

an.:one, not even the folks, in four ment. 'The ranks of the students decorated rendered in with: action the 'D.the S.regiment 0.' was "White House", said Dr. Murphree, :i[: mentioned as being an old friend of

m.nths, I'll give you the benefit of I I were depleted because of the large "From this front 'Manager McGraw has provided for j Manager McGraw, told of a letter he

the number who volunteered for service. we were rushedto ten representatives of the leading met- had received from
I doubt and take it for granted that the Marna: sector and took i I Hugh Jennings,
!v. u've written to me since my During: the summer of 1918 the Colt an ac- ropolitan dailies of the country-in manager of the Boston Americans,
tive part in the drive during July anc : addition to his .
[letter to yqu.I lege of Engineering was op.rated as personnel of thirty-five j now training at )Macon Ga., in which
,I August. My company had the pleasure ;players. Wherever a is i
suppose you've read in the newspapers tIle "University: of Florida Army sell as the honor of game played, Ty Cobb's manager expresses regret

1 or at least heard it noised Training School", for the vocational chosen being Manager McGraw makes a trade or at not having heard of Gainesville be-
to the
about, that the war with Germany i is training of successive detachments of the Marne put for American first bridges across sale of or.e of his players, or if a ; fore selecting his training place. i
troops, at slight accident
|o\ti: It really appears to be the soldiers. Mezy and Joulgoune- From here of the happen to any j "This", said Mr. Harris, "iz only an

, truth fur we haven't done fight- ':fit the opening of the session of we players-in each instance the indication of what we may expect in
any were sent to the for three
rear weeks
ling' f-.r. a month and a half; instead 1918-1919 all the regular! activities of intensive training, and then news would be flashed to all parts of I the future-competition for Gaines- ..
sent to the
Most live
f we have been working off our excess the University; were subordinated toe the St. Mihiel sector We acted Americans country. red-blooded j ville as a training place for big league

:steam by hiking from France to thwrong the task of training men for the reserves in the drive there of as read the sporting news; i teams-that is, if we come up to ex-
September. the ;
side of the Rhine river, to sort armed forces of the United States. We :' name of Gainesville, Fla., appearing pectations as a desirable! location."
were rushed to the in the date
lines of these
U>f s!:uw lIe n e that "what it takes we Besides two companies in the "Voca- Verdun sector and took in thf i Coach Buser gave a detailed account -
concerning the
pct )11". And here I am in Germany tional Unit", there were a naval division drive there during the month of Oc Giants will be New York I of work that would have to be
a more effective
find ill be for Gott knows how long. and two full infantry companies tober, were relieved from the lines of advertisine means ;: done to put the University equipment ,

\ !u-t do you think of it? Given a lit- I of the Students' Army Training Nov. 1st, and were for : than could be obtained; in proper condition a..t.. comin,.
the u
preparing a by
expenditure of t
|le shoe leather, some rations, and a Corps. On December 14, 1918, upon push on the Metz sector when dollars thousands ofd, team. Then Councilman R. B. Bush '
news in the "
" [t tit .- time, Uncle Sam can sure cause I the mustering out of the S. A. T. C., of the armistice was received. usual methods. moved that $500: be appropriated for !

his ; the University again took its My Then Dr. Murphree proceeded to the .
sojers to do the most unexpected up regular division, the third was chosen to be purpose outlined; and upon Coun- ;
thir. work, altho it made liberal allowance describe the condition of Fleming cilman J. R. Fowler
s aid wind up in the most unexpected in the advance guard of the of seconding it, the
in credits to students for the army Field, the University's diamond, motion was before j-.
corners of the woods! occupation and on Nov. 14th we loaded put the body and : f

Well. Van I got into the fight as interruption of their studies caused into trucks and thus commenced which suffered serious transformations I received a unanimous vote in its favor. 2. }'

(had hoped to, and as you wanted to; by military service. trip into Germany. We rode in trucksto our in the trench warfare of the I At the colse of the meeting Councilman t
"During the whole period of the S. A. T. C.; and of the lack of enoughhot
saw enough of the show-the frontline Vieville, France and then unloaded.. 1 Fowler told Mr. Harris, who is

[ part of it-to bore you to death war, many of the faculty were indi- From here we (my regiment) started water shower facilities to accom- ; taking the lead i in the matter of raising -

k it I told you about it. Got a bellyful vidually active in Government workor our hike into Germany, first marchingthru modate both the student body and the i I.i ; subscriptions, to come around to. ,

sat sfied the curiosity that brought in various Red Cross, United War Lorraine and Luxemburg big leaguers when they arrive. The his office in the morning and get a t
,toe over here-and then about five Work, and like campaigns." Germany proper. to the Rhine on river. plan of the gymnasium: had provided { check for one hundred dollars Mr.

t Ksinutes after for only a limited number of showers.and I Fowler's private donation.
a Dutch shell had burstfast Our path was thru the towns of Die-
) the coming of the Giants
beyond my "hole" and a few ma- R. O. T. C. REMUNERATION IS denhoffen, Kirf, Saarburg, Simmern
t require alterations and
' ohne gun bullets had grazed my hel- ANNOUNCEDCommutation Hattonbach, Anglethal and to Bacha- which there additions for

( *et ears. etc., some Fritz signed for the senior R. O. T. rach on the Rhine, where we rested for the were no available fundsin There is pending in Congress a bill

M'aI..0 l the Kaiser's household goods five days. Thence thru University treasury. In concluding that provides for the establishment of
C. of the University -will be as fol- Boppard, Co- Dr.
Murphree said
-nwrtg-agE.'d. the old farm so to speak lows, according to recent information blenz, Opel, and to Ochtendurg, whichis : engineering experiment stations at

-ind the war was over. And some- received from the War Department by to be the home of the regiment dur- "It is vitally necessary that we all land grant colleges. It is very

; at to my surprise I realized that Colonel Walker For uniform allow- ing our stay in Germany."At make a good impression on the visit- probable that the bill will be passed, t

_ ,vas alive and had excellent! prosjcts ance, each man will receive $41.83; present I am attached to the ing team if we hope to have them and it is the opinion of Dean Benton i

,,'[ of living to a ripe old age, etc., while for subsistence an allowance of 5th Field Hospital at Maria-Loach for select Gainesville as their training that such a station located here would '

art]originally planned by my parents $118.00 for a year of twelve months rations and billets, and I am on special i I place in other seasons to come. There-I be a great asset to the State of Florida -

I Continued on page three ) will be made. ( Continued on page three ) I fore, I feel that your honorable $ and an enormous benefit to the

if it sets fit, will be justified in ap-University. _
eJ :

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Florida Alligator 2 r( b l' '
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We must. keep up There are in every college: students HOTEL SKMIXOLK:
classes. Really, it I naturally more carefree, frivolous, and Jacksonville, Florjda.lcdern .

have eighty or playful than others. It is usually tn's ,
Printed and published by studentsof opposite your name. set which are found in the fraternities. : Fireproof -200 rooms 150 with bath

the University of Florida every schedule, and by : By virtue of the fact that they for students

Thursday in their own print shop on :ive up to it. Of are fraternity men, they enjoy many Headquarters of

reation and a good privileges, special and general, not accessible -

the campus. a part of glorious to others. Bjut, who would dare' the University of Florida and
only a part. i I to say that a mere fraternity mem-

Staff "Each thing in its i i i harshly wakes a fellow a better man? their friends.Rates .

DUKE WILLIAMS._....Editor in Chief And what seems 'Never! Then are they any more entitled -

BENJAMIN ARCHER.....Mng. Editor Strengthens and to enjoy the sweets than the $1.50 per day European plan and upwards.
However student? It is a question.We .
) regular J.B.POUND Pres. H.R.I1ARPER
LOUIS TATOM .._.Asst. Mng. Editor Mp,
good times may be, should strive to be purely dem-
Editor --......
tart of a fool to ocratic. The standard our govern-

II. II. McCALLUM._....._Athletic Editor a genuine education. ment set, of reducing a man to his Smoke Crawford Blunts ((0 cents straight!

JOE DALTON- ......._..___Society Editor right within bounds bare merits, is a good one to followin & The Cigar that makes Tampa j jealous

DEWEY DYE__..__Contributing Editor mjf the University. Let a man stand Manufactuied by
,.\ !'' on exactly what he is, not what he
Ex. Editor
Who are the has.We A. G. Barber Cigar Co.
picked to handle the should look forward to the time

Business Department Whose names are : when the gym will be finished and Gainesville
-: Flori
RALPH'STOUTAIIREm--Bus. Mgr. Fame? Are they the whole school can give a d.mee. (

WALTER GUNN_.....Circulation Mgr. do things-who To this dance every registered student -
(one or another way? will be a contributor, financially, and MONEY TO LOAN AT A
Entered as second-class matter; ,
Department -needed otherwise. For the Juniors to enter-

September 28, 1912, at the posto ice the Selective Draft tain the Seniors at a prom would be RELIABLE FAWN SHOP

at Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of under way, to put in perfect accordance with all collegiate -

Much 3d, 1879. tion, it looked for social life. Then there should 102 \Vest :Main Street N.

Place all communications and news &va &t1 m qjOM poo be a final spring "hop" during commencement A FuU Line of Musical Instruments
} week.
items in boxes designated for that rm +vq last 9m jo )
We should realize that a normal
& ,
sa a jno Duiuado! -
purpose in Peabody and Language social life at our school would do .
'paU&u.1t ansq am
r Halls. more to create a positive line of
-? nopun si UOn1JSft
i Hat*-The Florida Alligator, $1.00. uafeod thought than any other one factor, j

''ie tnui. ;uasaa { { except, possibly, a live athletic program r '
which would incorporate the interest -
s&AI3UDO o} puw
ABOUT TILE ALLIGATOR of student. We need to '
papas aq o} 1So! : every
ssasod become better acquainted. After grad- . ; ;
i In presenting the early issues of the uations, there should not be a studentnot MILLER'Sr1
aif; HU : ;
Alligator, it is not amiss to tell o) a3aapnp U very well known by each and everyone .

+ something of the way the college pa- of his fellow students. .
aiaq punojB peep { ,
per is conducted, for the information p&11qs &Iluanbola : All come from the best families in

of the new men of the University. 'X the state. Each should be received
-ej ano jo auo ; >>
t' Our paper is unique and individual in -Lq paAI into fellowship 33. if he possessed the

E the fact that it is owned and operatedby wittiest tongue and most attractive
auo aifi SUM vqx *
the student body. In a great many rrMe. In this manner the seas of '
siq jo osneoeq qof aq
schools, especially the larger ones, the difficulty would be greatly smoothed. r../irr.--u......': :
.IapA\.o.l: f8.1&u3 (
news items! are the sole; products of I Lot us try to approach the --- --- -- --..... -"" ... ,'.- -- -
"peagaao pot realia-I
the students themselves. The details' tion cf those matchless words .
uasaad '
; 2u1Alj aq; PI "
t ef getting this news on paper is put great president: R
03 sn sa3.m / : LI L Itf
into the bands of outside business es- of returning to our : "With malice toward none, with u. iu'+'h:

AlK tablshments.: In the fall of 1914, Reorganization has charity toward all; with firmness in NORAH

| Mr. Uriel Blount ('15) installed a complete !ificient. But what the right; as us to see the

k\\ printing outfit. The whole of an: come from right". BIOYCLSSVOTLE
; the labor was done by the students. that is put into Then will come a new joy of living

Each year more equipment: has been :machine standing idle which will so flood our lives that each ---- -. -- -------:--

,ti added, until now the floor space required Ccr us? Motion, will regard his fellow student as ____n_ _____ _
is quite extensive. The outfit to make our It'I: brother.STUDENT. EEOJ

i is placed in trust to a faculty com What we need is a I DR. GORDON B. TISON
, mittee. This committee sanction all and contest. Each GVEKNMENT 1

; purchases or sales of material, and tions should be The manner in which the students / DENTIST > "',', ;' >

ll audit the books monthly. 1"ready to spring at have originated and set into opera- Phon- 243 Gainesville RSTORAGE

j I The editors and managers are i in a friendly tion the Honor System is worthy of TAw Exchange Florida H\- .T iS

I elected by the student body at least tagonism should lavish praise. The faculty put the
three weeks before the close of school
The spirit of inlo
matter their hands some years I $ th
?e -t 'ine-<:
I and the new staff publishes the last breath which iv.'W -
ago, and they have proved true to
two issues. When a vacancy on thE.taft" The way to start their trust and obligation; ever siflce. J C. Adkins r Brown Bin !/"r St
during the the ;
occurs, year, remainder -. begin inter-class, There: mains yt a further step
of the staff elect a sueces- inter-collegiate, for the Gators Attorney and Counsellor at Law I vice Shoes '
to take in the way of 1 u 1 ;a: j <
If the selected is not satisfactory I
eor. man ;inter-dormitory reform.
Why cling longer to the Gi inesville, Florida
to the faculty and student the equipment needed childish the Comfort
idea of a discipline committe: !hiu-i ; .
body, a petition of twenty signaturesof most completed. composed of the faculty? Why not
students in good standing will force save the "pep"* of have Conner Auto Company
those matters attended to b;' Just tIle tiling[. >d- ':ri
the calling of an election to fill the Let all .
t us get ourselves? Why not be selfmademen Ceacva C, Pop.W ia.nd

vacancy.: -annot stir tip a ? shinn MOO Po'i.hiD"; Gasoline ; every day use.

} The moment you became a student this! It is Oils and dcof> ; very: true that such a step f
in the U. of F. you inherited an in- Possibly we feel should be taken only after due consideration PIMKI94' --:...... .1. :! Price $5.50.( )

terest in the Alligator. You have as *rybody's! business is thorough .,
investigation --- -- -
--- -- --
I much voice in its control as any other ness. That's easily !I L.
understanding, and possibly O. SMITH
student on the campus, no matter how the world you have months' experiment. That would SANITARY CLEANING '

} long he may have resided here. But,i over to the Coach's the part of prudence and wisdom. AND' I North Side of ';I,

f a with these liberal privileges, there is and tell him you've we never know what is possible .PRESSING COMPANY! j _
also an obligation of support, not only '
thing to to put
we try. Therefore, if the idea Get j oar clothes c eared and pressed J
by subscription, but likewise in earn- :>r soc'ety on top. !1 I havirg : If you cre
j a discipline committee of in the sanitary wa ,. ;

suggestions Baser will have all i'; students: to which all matters re FPENC: D tv Ci-KANi":: g '
next four months an autonicblls
to student government will be ANT' :
personally responsible to make this
a his elaborate
I ; *s prevalent, let us begin StKHfSt. PRF SISi:
hotter paper than it has ever been. : absolutely': up to us J a drive to realize that .res Time owner,
-x-- t
keep up
Saxes Clothes ,
i i -II- : is little doubt as to the wis & ves Money '

SOCIAL LIFE I of such a program. It is ont'J J Ua' Cl ening and Blocking t: Speciality watch
new semester is upon us. Withit
the cherished traditions cf most of Also Steam Dyri: .R
come a number of Gators from --
I colleges 01 the South, whereas the Phone 675 tilye 118 R,...nFor
training camps and overseas. We are I Few events in the I! most likely originated in cue of this
indeed proud of each one, and desire f sace.
average student are I progressive Eastern universities.
that they will tell I ...
us all the good '
than the outstandin rate in Sale --
any a cosmopolitan school:: : ;; --
things Uncle Sam has done for them. I j .
These .
are deplorably our great state
we I
r iir-.rA
j hearts Nothing more could than serve to to witness gladden the our return Univers\ Y. During I think of ourselves first as men.i Six Motorcycle JOS J t., l. .. .--t:

patriotic to suspend as gentlemen, capable of as- Li":1:
of our loyal and One Ford
i ities, dances, control of our personal affairs. TouriDgCar ;
shave-tails dough-boys gobs, sharpshooters Even now, such I 1 .assistance from outsiders. I I W. W. Gunn fLECTRICL C '',T TnrGluHEh.lric ?

ensigns, and even J. G. few and far : : ,
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Room ApJ.II:1f'S, : I
j Lieutenants. Let 39 Buckman :
us give them the would it be to put HE BELIEVED IN Hall ,Sterling ., '
FOLLOWING I I Xah'HI..lL': : : I n \
I most received hearty and welcome they ever such amusements into -ORDERSHe -- --- -- ---- ____ ______ : Sizes! 3011 :\LtZd:,.." ', 1.i : 1-'
a a place in the rapid mo- or some fund for I
was a new but conscientious ;
il tion-machine of our student ;
r activities. But, a man who RELIABLESEED'
With the on duty as sentry, one evenii- ," ...
I new semester, however, sity in this day and one of the national As -,:.: .;:
there camps. ar:
comes likewise
a heavy respon- himself arduously to calier;
sibility each of us must assume in the and day out, week ". I ISTM
way studies. They are our prin- month after month, The officer .;
obeyed but
,< cipal aims in attending schoolforthe titled to real i Li: f .
a royal, again: "Halt". I .J .
most of us. Let us, then, diligently sionally as the best "See
here" said
; officer, "I We do first class
apply ourselves
them. The
The task before the the first ti '"
time is short; the days are few. Al- is one of great respo "Yes but ,' r.-- *',:M us to SEMINOLE SEED COMPANY : Dry Ciea&ii-t
one half of our college is ing intense : ,
application : 'Hal :, ',- _r v"- *" i* fire." i rat
:7 pact, and we have barely started. Let rJed fevered n
by Needle .._' GAINESVILLE
4 us rede&n the time remaining. raatten is an absolute .- did not FLORIDA reasonable price:

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1) pJ rfi tman'$ $toItB" -- -- Pack troubles ;
i i23 West Bay Street ARCHITECTMIHtSVIUf up your 'it i

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UKSQN; ILLE, El). FLORiDA r MIAMI Porter clothes fit.See f)0'

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Pi"t.'ue Frame Speci list i 'Itt1i1 1 5 lj.;'IP: 1)IlIbItunug for !

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AMENDMENT c ? MQNOfti ) VII rMtr t* 1

:IQ Federal Suffrage Amendment is scheJu'ed' to come up in for young men03i p

;tl nate' Monday. Then it will! be decided whether the men

\'. ;.') iu : i ieui/.e that they .I.l.YH,'_(:_.&. a poopie who have cast aside all @ XBAY <-- (
t i':''iilions i and superstitions which retard progress and achieve- jP'2j7 'a6any
I '! t.
:''1 State of Florida must see that its representatives IP the 1, 4

(' : .a, vote right on this measuie. \\c me of the Univcdityi J GIS{ ONVILlEFlORIDA
,"i K:ida should take the lead in bringing influence to bear upon it;

,..t,,r Trammell-to let him know what the intelligent and

; :,,I-: i..g: citizens of this State expect him to do when the Senate AND LAURA STS. ,
\ .t, .' ion the Federal Suffrage Amendment next Mcnr'y.. The _
< ;/,1 t b delegation! from the 'Vom n's National i'aLy now in

: u!igton realize that this is so, and have wired the Alligator to
get at least two hundred men from this institution to telegraph
Senator Trammell to support the Amendment.
Fellows, we men will soon be out taking a part In the affairscf ..n I

our country, but since we can't actively engage in them now, [ ETK[ GIMSGN15} ON I ';. '
ict's do the next best thing-lend our moral support. It's the

le< ste can do for the womanhood of our state and country. WRONG SIDE CF RHINE" Popular Qo?ds at Popular Prices-: I
',\ ho does not believe that the world would be a better place to
Coi.tit u d from one atDOWSINKSS ; :
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live in if his mother were given the right to vote and a chance tc :
change some of the existing evils? JUR.s.ElI:: : 'S f
and agreed to by myse:.f.L ;
The square thing to do as soon as you read this is to sit dOWL ..n t when 111 get home ,t.
immediately and write a telegram to Senator Trummell at Wash- poss'biy! not tl:: Jane But we are --- --- -- -- -
ington, D. C., urging him to vote for that Suffrage Amendment comfortably billeted here and it won't !
when it comes before the Senate Monday. It will cost only i be S,} bad. altho you know how mush: -- I
I wart to t back to the States. .
trifle in both effort and money-and will go a lcig way to squaring Now drop me a line-address below I' WITH[ i

your account with your mother. -and send all the nets ab.u: The Florida National Bank I '. 'I
yonr>eif, the chapter, school, and what ;
OUR "SU J\Y SUPPLEJIE.THE ''"- you know about the home town. Ib&ven't 1"1 ht' .\-, ;.' .Ili//io" IJollal' Nnuk.. I011 I { '!
(h IT $ "
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THE Y. 31. C. A. HUTS INSIDE SHEET had a word from the States in .000 j
By Henry Van Dyke four long months and I'm crazy 1,)
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Up Auto
Fraternally, Accessories and I '
"In the camps around our country, the first time as a x-page: paper. The
',' '.., countries far Pvt SETII CLARKSON,
away additional sheet made -
that necessary 18th Company, 5th Recr, I Supplier
r a lot of wooden houses both by the increased number of ad-
.. .irked Y. II. C. A. I U. S. l\br'nts, A. E. F. I
|I vertisements from ;
j resulting a vigorous .
'. : S"I.1are: painted yellow, and' campaign by the business department SIKES m BIG JOIN i At asol1hl. I'rw. -.. 1 IIA'!"*> I'S
i,',' brown or green, I| and by lack of sufficient space j GAINESVILLE AUTO SUPPLY
:.E., ay, who owns these houses and I for a full accounting of all the news, GERMAN TOtttlf I I W. II Martin 1\IKr. {
Gainesville Fla.
'\1:1t do the letters mean? I together with such features as should :
be presented in a progressive college Continued. from p: ge one ) --
"1h.! :: mean a bit cf comfort and !
i1f'V! nean a place to rest, I paper.It is intended to have this inside duty here. I have-ihnrge cf the supervision ;I MASQUERADE DANCE
; ( ':erj tired soldier boy is wel- sheet take on the nature of a Sunday and.ntenance: of the roads ut
.' .s a guest; 1 I supplement. News will be confined, as and highways: between Maria-Loach, '1
T11 ." :-Ili'. n a bit of friendly talk, somej I I far as possible, to the four original: Niedermend.g: and Nickenich I have ROYAL NEIGHBOR'S OUNCE HULL
r.'.' .(" ::nd some jokes, pages; while short stories, essays, one private doing cucy with me. It ADMISSION $ .50
.'.. : FEB. 14 s
[um quiet little corners for writ- poems, and cartoons from the pens of has turned out to 02 a very good job. i,
.. : ::cur folks. students or others connected with the "Joe Sv.arscn is in the town of Nie- -
; i 111 a bit of human love, amic University: will appear on the two dermendi He is a first lieutenantin
;', '.* rm of war; .added pages. If you have ideas of the 9th Machine Gun Battalion. Hes ESTABLISHED 1885
-; ',.m the word of healing for any kind that need airing, submit ; in the best of health and has made ) (J). ;.Hill'S Q111f3lilatrt!
," : > wounded sore; them to us and they will be given due a good record for himself. I :
I' nlLlIl a simple message fronr consideration. "With ndest pars;nal regards to DIAMON OS WATOEIS, JEWELRY
l'd'- I)\\n holy word, When you write a theme and geta you and family and kind remembrances -I AND CUT GLASS
.\1' I tE: ..y mean the thought of home- : good grade on it from Dr. Farr, see to the University of Florida I 15 WEFT BATKfcn I.U'K''O"ILIE' FLORIDA
:. 'hI.' here the sweet old hymn that the managing editor or his assistant and faculty, I remain I -
::1",' luaiil.i gets a copy of it. Either or "Very sincerely, CITY TAILORING{ !
u :,:v w ho owns these houses both of these editors can be found in "JAMES F. SIKES.
i i milI; know his name. room 34, Buekman Hall-at least, Corporal, Co. F., 6th U. S. Engineers,1 223 W.Main Street I j
, 1. u rail: him Savior, Master, Lord that i is:: their "office". With cooperation A. E. F. A. P. O 740. Phone 3J().
1:, meaning's: just the same; v.e can make the fiction depart- ,, Ha\c your coatsuit or suit altered or relined by Expert Tailors. !
TV .ho One who gave himself for ment of the Alligator a complete suc I We also do cleaning and prl sin-:::. We make a specialty of gloves
t. t'1<.' leader of our life; cess. The January issue of the Red and hats c\enirg gouwns and: roles of all kinds. .
; ,:, J '.,\ iIe'lllead and keep our boy Black, has found its way to the ex- F.K.Caluveii Manager
I .J: ". ;"-I I and in strife. put the victory through. change desk of the AILgator. It is a.:' :J
t Be Thou the:r shield and buckler, but clever little publication, replete with I
I "("r:. 1 j 1\ them strong and steady, if one IN' stricken down, locals and jokes. Something unusual ;
Give him !}! for high school is the Alumnii ; ;
,'n them! clean and true, Oh! Captain: of Salvation a paper :
.; t ) battle for the right and, the Heavenly Crown i I department, which is complete. j
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MODERN I ROOMS EXCElLENT TABLE SERVICE Large Picture of President Wisf'1! i hUmt. Thornburg, the new member of i! Fulfilling all prophecies made allermng -

.> at Meting; of John :Marshall the faculty of the College of Engineering ; ( Its value as a popular l'eettI -
I ation
Debating Socet! )". )1 rs. Jackson replaces l\Ir.\ A. J. Strong as volleyball now occupies t t
the Donor. head of the mechnnkal engineering: I center of interest in athletics at Flw.

department. \Ir. Strong was caIledayay ; :da. Saturday afternoon a dozen .

The White House to take charge of the bas.n 3 'i so industrious rats erected poles iii

The feature of the meeting of John ; of his brother in law in Iowa, who stretched nets for two courts on tile

Marshall Debating Society last Saturday : died during the epidemic of Spanish drill field; and immediately after these
East Main and ChUH:1: i operations were completed
Sts., Gainesville, Florida : was the unveiling of a larg Influenza. I two n.
picture of President Wilson, a gift t eo Prof. Thornburg is a graduate of: thusiastic games of volleyball Weft
One of Florida.s Best hotels. Given of 100
a score per cent. by j in progress.
Perdu and in
the Law College from Irs. Carrie ; addition has had practical -

State Hotel Commhsion. Jackson, of Jacksonville, who was sec- ; experience as an engineer. During The personnel of players on bad
e retary to the dean and librarian of the war he was a captain in the I courts changed several times duriJc
the ww College during the 1917-1& army aviation corps. enabling a large

50 Rooms American Plan 35 Baths terms. The wing which was built on the i percent of the student body to get .
Dean Trusler, in behalf off Mrs. south side of the Engineering Building I into action at one time or anotbez
RATES $3.00 to $5.00 per day Jackson, presented the picture, and last summer will be fully equipped / The ball was kept going until tie
Prof. C. W. Crandall i with the machinery originally intended I players had to quit for
in supper.
:oteaID heat EI"Ctrk! Fan and Hut \\"ater In tyt'ry: 1:0010 behalf of -
the Law for tt, when the The arrival of the ball
College, accepted it. Among Legislature next I cage aM
S. OGDEN CIIAD\\'ICK, Manager the soccer football Secretarvnit..
,; other things, in his presentation meets and appropriates necessary I
; L'' r -- I speech, the dean ad: : I! funds. It was planned to finish the- f I has ordered is looked forward to h;

qJI "Gentlemen,. we live too close to job at once when the addition was be- every studer.t. Then, it is claimei,
1 I; the age of this great scholar who is gun, but owing to the increased price I things will really "pick up 'ro_

ii i our President, to truly judge and ap- of materials all funds on hand were here".
Brown Bros Coo "1reciate his real worth to the world absorbed in the budding alone. II I I

< 11 nd to hamanity." This extension is 1QO feet long by AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION TO

t h accenting the gift. Prof. Cran- !i 40 feet wide, and will comprise three HELP ENGINEER DIG
Gainesville Florida Inn said that it was not the actual i I I shops; then end section next the main I, C..UIP.IGI

;ift of something valued: in dollars i building will be the wood shop; the I

:t : ; Buyers of hickory stump ge iflJ. nd r 'r.ts that c0untcd. but the spirit"hich I.I middle section, the blacksmith shop; I
,\ prompted the gift. The pic- and the south section, the foundry. I Next Monday will see a campaip

I\J. Iorida. If you have any (liLIory ur) vas but a testimonial: of the I Ih01esoulcd for better fruit instituted thruoot tit

It .\ regard in which Irs. The physics state by the University of Florida Division -
department has been I
: ackson held the members of the Law of Agricultural it
; '1o'"E'd Extension: ,
trees write us. to its Ing cal p'a' e-to the Engir.erjng -
::oIIege, after a "ear's association .
t with Duilding. What cooperation with the State Pest!
,,, 'hem. was once
I the spacious attic is now remodeled Board of Florida and the U. S. Department ,

t W tresdcnt Dean Trusler of the was society requested to convey by the to I and fer beth is now Physics divided II up and into III laboratories, the offce! i meetings of for Agriculture.citrus growers Educational will he

G. ZARING & CO. corn- tf Prof. Perry: a classroom, and storage ,f held in every section of the middle a".
: a I rooms. '.vestern part of the state that is devoted
r r>! hich has beet placed in the library I
t I I to raising fruit. The first will
.. W .f the Law CoIege.] I be held at Lcesburg, Monday, and the
HOI.ESAIh i, A new Pelton Water Wheel ha
1 I just last at Orlando on February 26.
JACKSONVILLE FLORIIAVILSON I been received by the Engineering Colge -! The campaign: will be for brighter
JUNE GUN'S "GUlL PALS" WA1. i le for the hydraulics laboratory. I
fruit, fe\\er culls, and mere fruit per
TIllS PRINTED I This wheel will
seven horsepower acre. Among the subjects to be dit-
I under a three-hundred-foot I tussed will be spraying, bud selectiiw:
\ & head I
I of
T001WER water.
It seems that June Gunn is at }has ill be However, this wheel .mltural methods, use of benefieitl
old habit of smashing hearts. Here's w attached to the city water main : fungi, protection against insects aeE
the I
t letter Business Manager Stouta- : thrce-hundred-foot head is not' disease.

1 I nire, an old friend of June's, received : aIabe.! I I Students of the College of Agric i

he other day. It purports to come i ture will be interested to learn ofI
RTILiZER COo from some fair friends of June who ORGANIZATION no.\In OF ATHLETIC I I I this new project the Extension Division .

I vident1y have an ardent regard for COMPLETED I is pushing. On January 31-
ur 191d seniors: I
I i campaign engineered by this depart
Jeffersonville, Ind., Tie'ing: r.f the Athletic Asedation l: ment for increased production of food
MNUFAGTURER5 OF "Jan. 30th, 1919. s l list Friday in Chapel, thE" and feed crops and an increase i is
j. Dear Sir of the Athletic!
Board purebred livestock, including poultI1,
"'Ve I I I was completed when
are sending you an its members
I appreda-I came to a most successful close.
J'' ton: of Lieut. June R. Gunn, Officer elected Bill Iadison'ice president
J'ftl r YrJtJJ-fIJ) ]iHl7i 1) l n Charge of Credit Department, Gen- I and Bob Hargrave secretary and

i ., -ii ifBJ oral Supplies Division, QuartermasterDepot treasurer.The I I'NEUMONIA: CLAIMS ALU31XtS
Board will AFTER
Jeffersonville, Ind. proceed immediately HIS RETURN
1 : :, "Hopin to see this in your Florida with the appointment of a manager FROM: FRANCE

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Alligator soon, we remain, for baseball next spring and
"HIS PALS (Girls)." football next fall News has been received of the death

i I "''-"hat is so rare as a day in June 1" Compu'sory athletics under the di- of Lieutenant Donald Badger, a grad'

I 1 4"Il. 'rl X ,\ 'I'IE )NAI, BANK I "And speaking of rarities, we' rection he 1918-1919 of Ccwch Buser, as outlined i in uate of the College of Agriculture 01 I
I located the rarest of 'em all-Our catalogue, will begi in the University of Florida in 1915. He
I GAINESVILLE FLA. Belonod June next "{'ek. All freshmen
'I opho-- died of pneumonia in StPaul
at his home
j; INCORPORATED 1888 "Can it be? Beloved est June, pro mores are required to enter one of
( CAPITAL $100,000.0 0 I perly spoken of as Lieut. June R. Professor Buser's classes. Iinn., last week.
Gunn has at last been unearthed Lieutenant Badger went over witII

SU.RPLUS $100,000.0 0 "-hre ccud he have ben in hidin g I A WISIII the A. E. F. early in the war. and had

other than at Jeffersonville. Ind., at
only last month to be mns-
the Quartermaster's Depot. Be it un- We oftimes
wish we were a girl! tered out of the service. No sooner
GI ) ] I ) \.14' f.'l () ] CO. derstood, however, that all this while I Of eighteen sunny years; had he arrived was
"' he has not been hiding the light of .e'd comb Our hair just however, than he
his intellect under a bushel for he And as she does, attacked by the dreaded Spanish in
I I. JE lEIERS DP II scrub our
j ATl t u S S' has been doing highly creditable work. ears. fluenza. This later developed into

t Noted for Reliabili'y I hftt': Years. manners"Uis sunny have disposition won him and charming I -"His commission was not secured as pneumonia and caused his death.
many warm a result
of Not
friends tho it is attending a training school many students now on the
generally known that
41 West Bay Street his "temperament" comes within the for experience gained in actual campus remember Lieutenant Badger
army life
class termed "reserved". and as a recognition for from personal but
service contact with him,
ij, well "
: Jacksonville Florida : "His many friends in Jeffersonville Here' wishing him his conduct and character thruout his
speak of him in the much good
highest terms, suck I I I
t and college life
joy and we sirc were such that he
and he has rely
i Class P.ns Ril1gs. Iedals and gained a permanent place it will not be hope a place in his
Truphies.i :n the hearts of nIl with whom he has nor long until our June, the memory of both
:; loved
been associated. lost awhile, O:1Ce again professors and his fellow-students that cut community.
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1919 Spring & Summer Samples on display CHALLENGE AG. CLUB 0 GAINESVILLE 0 11;'
members (f the Kappa Alpha TO DEBATE FEB. 17 91 : !

Fraternity were hosts at a very enjoyable .

Alteration, Repairing and Pressing dance given in their attractive At. the regular meeting of the Ben- E FLORIDA E ,l,

rooms last Saturday night. Prof. ton Engineering Society Monday i'

:Mar hio'5 orchestra furnished music: night, it was decided that "an engineering -

r ': H -- for the occasion and delighted the experiment station is as es- SF1 0 E S If

I crowd with his excellent program.A to the public welfare as an,

t number of\ the older members of agricultural experiment station";
i ti tI the fraternity: were in town for the '
I Bryce and DeFlorin arguing for the I It 1
I. dance. Alfred Green, Frank Merrin affirmative, with Warner unsuccessfully -" ; I

and "Sweet" Meffort having motored combating them. Kent, who was 1
Gainesvme i furniture Co. up from Ocala. Charlie Johnson, of ,hedoted for the negative side with "'- BURNETT 'r..

Jacksonville, was also in attendance. Warner, failed to show up with the I ..L..L__e_CLOTHIER I ,.,,).,. j I I
After voting to challenge the Ag ..YONrSIDE Ut S..l".INE .I i

ID: 1L Cox> Proprietor Club:: to debate on the question just ,
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17th, the society proceeded with the I
I II** Y. M.: C. A. NOTES 110. emainder of the program, consistingof J J. W. J c olluiij} \ Co. ; .

-If.f . . current events illustrated by stere- DRUGGISTS. .f.'
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ptican Th Kexall Sion' bone 1I 1 r
.\cents for "" ,

Pill Pill I In replying to a letter from Mr. WINS PEABODY CLUB (

White in which he explains the nature DEBATE SING LEIIANDEDThe SEE
: and extent of his work, ani his futureplans .8. -V-iclal

Jce )'(Y(JJlj Ye : 'I' for work at the University of Peabody Club held a live meeting FOR

I Florida, Mr. Cubbon, physical director in its society room last Monday Drags, Stationer, Toilet Articles, 4Candies
of the Southeastern Departmentof :night. The consisted: of
program a Souvenir Cards R':
I I'at
We specialize in refreshments j the Y. M. C. A.. sends the followingvery debate and some parliamentary prac- iti rman'lII Pens );I ,

i interesting letter: :ice. Mr. Mover, one of the debaters, ._ ._....-----.y-... r ;
*'1 have just read with much interest ailed to appear, but Mr. Wilson .
for social parties i Come to ;i E EDoran's t I
a description of Y. M. C. A. and single-handed, succeeded in defeating f I

!athletic prospects at the University: of his two opponents, Mr. Wallace and Bicycle Shop l:,
i t 21 East Main Street
I I Florida, and note that the Y. M.: C. Mr.: Weaver, on the question: "Re- 1 I I
__ ___ __ n. A. has adopted 'policy which I have solved that the government should For B I C Y C L E S, MOTORCYCLES .' :
1 been preaching "muchly" about dur- Continue its control of the railroads". ACCESSORIES and hEPAIRS

Diamond Ice Co. i ing recent months, and I am confident In the parliamentary practice Mr. !

that you are blazing! the trail for bigger O'Bryant and Mr. Weaver succeededin The 't!
New :
of I i things for the college "Y". upholding the dignity of the chairluring f I
tan: u'acturers
"'i ou will be interested to know thati a very hot discussion of Mr.
Finest Crystal Ice :
i I have appealed to Mr. Tinker and Johnson's moral views and behavior EDISONThe
Cold Storage i in Connection i I| Mr. Ackley for the privilege cf inject- towards the

GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA :' ing physical men at points where our

services have been requested, and in 7H
,a day or two I will know definitely -
The Alachua J.S. BODIFORD & CO. ;.just what I can do. Some of these CREAMOn
|colleges are willing, providing we loan
DRUGGISTS j them the services. of an expert tc PHONOrRAPUtwith

[Restaurant and Lunch Room GAINESVILLE FLORIDA make play compulsory, and to say the Monday evening, February 3d
the Club had interesting
least, I feel this is one of the biggest Ag. a very
FOR Prescriptions. Called for and Delivered! '1t4 eting. After being called to order
by-product opportunities produced by
[LADIES AND GENTLEMEN FREE the war, and I sincerely trust that we by the president, Mr. Hodges, the club a

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Line "' ."' "'. -. = -1M was
: the
alt".1 block' from Atlantaroast :: will be permitted to serve in ca-
:Anthem rendered by Mr. Wong. After no needles to change-
P parity requested.
,pot'IVleplion THE S.\NI'TARY I "The cooperation which you are giving singing the anthem in his native language Plays ords of all makes. P
? S>7 Mr. Wong translated it into
!i the coach at University of Florida 4 i

[Gainesville - Florida B-iRBAR SHOP doubtless is greatly appreciated, English and it was appreciated very The Edison Shop

1: and as stated before, I believe you arc much. Graham Building
Promptness C. D. Gunn Demonstration '
Courtesy Mr. County -
doing a pioneer work which will not
Satisfaction onJy change the College "Y" program, Agent for Alachua County, gavea a
but will also make it a most important very interesting talk along agricultural -
I -I'' lines. University Book Store
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HOTEL GRAHAM :Bather than state a in merely article.mediocre factor, upon the necessity for organization .
you your
cooperation and definite aims in orderto ( r;: : u II "If we can b? of any assistance to
Tn STATE BANK secure success in any agriculture':
nil you in the matter of furnishing equip- Everythingfor
Mr. Gunn's well!
pn.ol'' points were
European i ment, particularly along the lines of
II i illu. Crated and the-talk was thoroly
mass play, viz., volley ball,

f _.- __ hiHH'nwiiiiiMiii "-"::rr I efflESVILLE FIROIDAiOLNAR' work, baseball, soccer and cage ball, enjoyed challenge by all present.A from the. Benton Engineering -
,/I _.. _.... Society to debate on Feb- i. t
/ Mn Pow. PrPrleTrt I -- j "I am mailing you a copy of our
ruary 17th was unanimously accepted.
I "Army and Navy Athletic Handbook"I
lies Morida I At this stage of the a large
: J I which we have just received from our
'New York Office. churn full of ice cream was discoveredsitting

DINING ROOMVhere "Fraternally yours, in the corner. A center attackwas FORD HEADQUARTERS
made and the reached with-
Shoe goal
American Price are Just Right and Food is "ROBERT C. CUBBON, less of time. The the J. H. ALDERMAN: Proprietor
Director." out any way
Served You Like it i "Dept. Physical
as "wit" tiers made the ice fly TIIEIIOMEOFTIIEFA1l0USFORD :
and ffll..l. cream
Mr. White took up
Repair Company ASK ANYBODY I has ordered equipment for cage ball speaks well for the future debating

I potter of the Ag. Club because "long
and soccer. This material will be
[114 West Main, North I winded guys" seemed to be numerous.
WE ARE OPEN FOR here very soon and will add greatly to
received all the
Evcrvcjuy present
Telephone all studentscan
our mass'play in which ,
BU:INESS | and will be expected. to partici- cream they could accommodate and
\ similar
left hoping the next event

t | pate.Also that there is would not be long off. MOTOR cues
Mr. White says
;all and Delivery free. This is the first one of a number of
to be injection of physical men at any Accessories, Supplies And Repairs
socials the Ag. Club expects to put on
that want injection. lIe has!:
points an
Mon-y to Loan. Full Line of Musical
1[' the second semester. Come on
1 during
'rutrcnts. Also Shot Gu-s, Reiol- put in a requisition for a man-a man _d-*- *!*G.--'_ f -_''_'''''
wrestle and that out, "Aggies", and show your pep.
,ers and Ammunition. i that can box and one Gaincsyil1eCocaCola

I MAGNOLIA HOTEL i can show us how. l

The Reliable Pawn Shop JOHN MARSHALl. ELECTS !
i Situated North of A. C. L. I\
II Depot 102: Wet Main NorthI V. 31.: C. A. HANDBOOK: I Co
< A".t YES REASONABLE Bottling
i I John Marshall Debating So-
II I ._ 'I I .r-r r irjjmU; A\e! and Uotoa St. '
Ii ciety held a short business mer.last :

I Ml.MAPresident R. w.THOMAS Treasurer .... 11. T110)U.S. .t.'t l't'talf1 i The Annual Handbook of the Young Saturday morning. The following : ''s;, Gainesville Fla.STARGARAGE.
Men's Christian Association was -
officers for the semester were
1 1 at a recent afternoon meet- tY 9"
elected and installed
Inc. :
: Thomas Company, ing. In this neat little publicationthere L. Z. Morgan, president.W. .

is a world of information and S. Getzen, vice president.

IMPLEMENTS SEED ;:ad\ .e for new men. A brief outline O. H. Norton, secretary and treas-
HARDWARE, of the principle college activities and

Gainesville, Fla. I organizations is an attractive feature. urer.Dewey Dye, critic. J. R. FOWLER, Proprietci
I This little book affords a helpful
way After short talk pledging his
a sup-
-AGENTS FOR- Dealer in Automobiles and
to check up some of the things you port to John Marshall Society, President -

HARVESTER CO.and' have, for the time being, forgotten :Morgan: appointed the followingmen Distributor for
'i THE INTERNATIONAL about the school. Read and digest it. as a program committee: Getzen, Alacbaa, Levy, Putnam and St.Johns i

Turn to it in your spare moments, and Dye, :Madison, Bivens, and Knight. Counties -

THE JOHN DEERE PLOW CO you will find interesting matter that The meeting was then thrown open to Union Street and Virginia Avenue
will aid you in keeping up a lastingand he faculty and students of the LawCollege.

All Kinds of Farming Tools unequalled "pep". GAINESVILLE, FLA. '

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Alligator' 6 t February_6, 1919w
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: Wilson Company THE BIG STORE

i Inviiis the boys to come around often

Quality Service 29 and 43
i Tic -
Silk Four-in-Hand -
: .- $-.-, $-'and- $3.00

? Ladies Ready Wear, Dry GoodsNotions,Curtains and Curtain Latest Fall Hats .: S'/0' 51.00, $125, andM.30
j 100 dozen -
; : i Materials, Windowshades. Shoes-the best in town
Underwear, Hosiery and

I It' j .Gainesville Florida I -- W.N.WILSON-- Owner. -

-- -- 'Dr.- Cox- and----Dr. Sims went to Day-I Country Devane announces that he !j- -- -

r r VtLlE G CHEVROLET LOCALS S tona to attend a Country Life Confer-I has been promoted from acting private }, ALWA A GOOD

i ence held under the auspices of the in B Company to acting corporal inj

t F1. MOTOR GARS Fred Mellor was called home last U. S. Bureau of E'ucati D. Both were A Company. !

i Saturday on account of illness of his on the program. Dr. Fair, who was I HOW
!' father. / to have gone, was taken ill with the FROM THE CHIN UP I $

{ IN TED NATIONAL I"flu" last Thursday and was unable
.1 R. I:. Nolen drifted in last veek to attend. From the chin down you are worth I nr

with seme gold bars received at Camp I __ !about a dollar and a half a day.* I

TROCKS Perry. He expects to continue his I I Miss ,V. B. Ellis, our registrar, has '' From the chin up you are worth-, AT THElyric

PARTS & SERVICE Ag. course. ;i as her guest her mother, Mrs. W. E.j i anything. There: is no limit. II
Ellis of Macon Ga. Mr. Ellis spent You have a mistaken idea. You j
t LAUTZ AND HELVENSTON Lt. Eugene Carpenter, recently of the week-end with them. I think you are paid for your work.)! Theatre

I C. 0. T. S., Camp Gordon, has returned You are not. You are paid for what'': .
and expects to continue his A.I Roy Caruthers is again Ion the.:you think while you work. It is the
Dr. Fenca B. course. I I campus after several months in the I|:kind of brain that directs your hard Home of Better Pictures

is*- 'officers' training camp at Camp Pike,j j that gives you your rating. And what -

i:: ::: :Iiti2t Tucker, an old "F" football man,I Arkansas, and a short visit home. i iI ii j causes you the most concern-the contents -
} has taken up his engineering work at I i of your skull or the mass below
Office Graham nk... I i ,
the University.The f I Herbert Beach, of sub-fresh fame,J'the collar bone? Are your thoughts
Gainesville, Fla. Phone 25SJ [I blew in last Friday to resume work!;':flabby, uncontrolled and useless, W .S. Dorsey & Co.

...rUN--- J old *rym, which has been a sore the second semester. Ii i j though you are expert -in tennis or EVERYTHING in GROCERIESFor

i spot to our eyes for a long time, is at i i i golf? Is your thinker as keen, alert,

iJe y i MOSES last to disappear. The old wooden Frank Markwood was seized witha accurate and dependable as your Goodness sake
'LL ] building! is being torn down as we haveno sudden fear that he was getting the, hands? What interests you most- Drink Dorsey's Delight Coffee

I! MONEY TO LOAN more use for it and have a REAL "flu" last week, and "beat it" for his books or beer? What pains you mosta

gym now. j!I home in Jacksonville. He has since j- stomach-ache or a light? Where .
i =:;
1! Strings for Musical Instruments : returned, however. ,ado[ you get your pleasures? From

; IH-112 West Union Street | W. F. Perry, of Late county, and I the chin down? And is all your fun I II Eye 4

-- -- recently cf the Navy, has returned to I Morris Stein and Abe Wolfeon are,I in the cellar? Don't you ever have Tested Glass

.1 j 1 comn'ete his law course. lIe has been'enjoying a ten-day leave of absence. any fun in the attic? Suppose it II F ttcd
1 in Overseas Transport Service, and!1 ct their homes in Tampa. i were possible to live after the head

has crossed nine times. i bad been severed from the body.,
Next McCollum's: Drug Store We
Dr. Farr has been confined to his' Which part would you rather be- Do Our Own Lense

Phone --- 511 .i; R. A. Cox, who has been in the home for several days with a rather the head part or the meat part? What Grinding No DelayC.

: 1 1I Navy, has enrolled in the College of severe case of influenza. are you anyhow-an animal pestered I

Arts and Sciences. |I with a mind or a soul prisoned in a
I; I; i< George Henderson, who went home body? Do you know that the gist I I

H. Puke Williams: and J. E. Icenhour for ten days' recuperation after a bad of culture consists in transferring I Icne.1S + H. CODS & SON

I left Friday afternoon for Jackson- attack of fin, returned to the University habitual amusements from below Jevler: and Opticians

c : \ill2, where they spent several days in Sunday night. to above the nose?-Dr. Frank I
l 'i
the interest of the business depart- Crane.
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of the i '!i I -
; net Al1i ator. Camouflage
i Most anODe out rarke but \\' M. '
If you see a complexion that's peaches i; JOHNSON
'! it takes experience: to blend the i
lights, I
Miss Aurelia Vance, secretary to ; and cream, I}I
the Agricultural College, is :expected and ehcdovrs to noticeable and pleading Remember things always aren't just iii,Ii i: .Druggist
i i to return this week from a wellearnedvacation in VrnsieileV Photos. Adv. I what they seem; 1
s tALL j; spent in Clinton N. C. ,;Just take a good look, and come oat Drugs, Chcjuicnls, To\ct\ Articles -

w I i of your dream- Fancy Statioanry,
t THE LATEST I Miss Alice Soloman, secretary to i GATOR BITES ;: It's Camouflage. :I Cigars. Etc.
President Morphine, will return within !
I NOVELTIES IN FABRICS Rat Law says that he's nearly able''
the next two weeks from Jacksonville 'if you're touched for a loan by a
I I to 5t; down in comfort again. Don'tlet
are to be seen at this place: fab- where she has been detained ,! friend who is fiat, I Corner West Male qt. and l'nin'.ltyyenue
him get rusty, Hell! Bents. .
rics made into stylish.long wearing -j several months on account of the illness -! / I|,And who'll pay "the day after or 1 Telephone 152 \
i! of her young sister. 'j l' swallow his hat", fllin siilkN
garments by skilled clothingd A new form of intercollegiate ath-
.,,;:'n tis'lyd l deft workmen. I !letics: Eop-scctch with Yancey and 'I just borrow his watch till the clay'after .--.-- ------ -
Mis Brssie Glower has: resumed hercut.cs I that --- -----=
Whenou are in need of a suit I Fats Wuthrlch: learning the subtle
: as secretary of the Extension i It's Camouflage.
single pair of trousers. you will fiivMon i (.f the University! arts of the game under the direction J

do well to consult DAMATO'S. ment Station, after a short E.ped-I of three infants from" town. "Ain't i{ If you don't want to drill when the;1 N Go toMARABLK'S;
Yancey dainty, boys?
Satisfaction is guaranteed pent in Augusta, Ga. weather is hot, I I STUDIO I

r' cloth, fit worlimanship.t {' Friends of the Misses Geneva and A man and his wife were hotly dis- Why spot just; throw a fit in a suitable I FOR THE BEST PICT I"RESNHW
; and Repairing ussir.g: the questioned authenticity of I
Ritta Frost, cf the Experiment: Sta- IA mouthful of lather will I
...0-.............. .1 .... tion, will be glad to learn that they .-ertain plays ascribed to Shakespeare.j i a help quite I
Unable to come to an understandingthe lotIt's
have recovered from a severe attack Camouflage.
.. .. wife said: "I'm sure that Shakespeare !I
-.t, : itssend l tf the "flu". -i _....., .._
l"111.i .
;s\ : } 111S; wrote them, and when I die
The reason the Kaiser
.nd to Heaven I silly old
to ask
go am going
Mrs. A. L. Landers, secretary to theTeachers' ask, f RACKET
it toPEPPER. him about them." i
i{ College. is also recovering la steadily losing is simply, alas, --
j from effects of the "flu": and will be him Husband there.": "Suppose you don't find lie never got out of the primary i!j Agent: forFLORSHEiM

i able to resume her duties soon.B.R.CoIson.Presidcnt class- SHOES
i Wife: "Then: you can ask him." I
In Camouflage.
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: t l261: Jn tf1111ilJ.11: fr 1cJ\n1! : 111t-g: When yon want Hardware BAIRD has it ---

t 1':1 1 Reach's Fcotball Goods, Wright & Ditson Tennis Rackets and Athletic Goods, Eastman -

MFMIIKU** OP /ILIS1CQi (11 Kodaks and
supplies Reach's

: ni1teJ 111111': ;'Ivi l lit models Remington, U. M. C. Winchester Ammunition, Remington and Automatic \

Pump Guns. Remember we carry as complete a stock
-- -- as money can buy.

Lumber, Dressed Stock WHOLESALE AND RETAIL---



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I t '' .. T__- ..J .J ..n... .L-'V; F "WE SHOW THE LATEST

Feb. 6th 1919.

Big New York Sucess .

Prices $1.00 To $2.00 CALL AROUND

l T3'rLited.: Shc>e E"tore
Seats on Monday February 3rd. SHOES THAT


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