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, The Florida Alligator I ,

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Vol. VII

: --=- -- University of Florida, Gainesville, Friday- May. 23, 1919 No. IS .






S!UDY CONTEST One Ends With Florida Ahead I
Elaborate tJIake
of Intersociety Debates Ends By Two Runs. Second a Pitcher'sBattle Preparations Commencement Exercises Start June i
With Farr Literary Society Victorious Ends 1 to 0. i Reestablishment of Old Custom First, and End June Third. Usual '

Gators Come Out Ahead ii Over All Opponents. I a Success in EveryWay.. Program Scheduled. Expfct Larger

Southeastern IntercollegiatBible Florida won the two return games Attendance.
With high hopes of giving the Classof
Study Contest. Auburr Debating on the negative side of the played with the Stetson nine on 1919 a royal sendoff the Junior

Takes Second Place. query "Resolved, that the initiativeand Fleming Field last Thursday and Friday Class will this year reestablish the Commencement exercises of the

referendum for the State of Flor- by scores of 2 to 1 and 1 to 0 custom formerly adhered to in givingthe University of Florida will begin on

The Bible Study Contest to which ida are desirable", the Farr Literary respectively. The Stetson playershad Seniors a real college function in I Sunday, June 1, when Dr. ThornweU

the University of Florida challenged I Society was victorious over the Peabody kept their word to put themselvesin society circles known as a Prome- Jacobs, president of Oglethorpe Uni-

all the other colleges in the Soutl; I Club Monday night. This ter- shape to make the games interesting nade. versity, Atlanta, Ga., will preach the

came to an end last week and the minated the series of intersociety debates for Florida, as the score shows. Plans are being rapidly completedto baccalaureate sermon to the graduating ,

Florida boys came out on the top by for the Farr Loving Cup, which The quality of ball they played wasa make this event the most successful class of 1919, in the auditorium t

a good majority. The score was: has been in progress between the five wonderful improvement over that of its kind given in the history of of the Gainesville High School.Dr. .1

79.5% of student body enrolled ir colleges on the campus. In winning displayed on their own diamond when the University. It will be held in the Jacobs is one of the foremost f

Bible Study. Monday night, the Farr Literary Society the Gators met them in DeLand the gymnasium. Here the atmospherewill educators of the country, having been ',I t

70% of enrollment in actual at. gets possession of this handsome week before. be distinctly that of Florida, and responsible for the restoration of the ., 1

tendance. cup until next year when it will The second game was a pitchers' that of a college instead of a town. institution of which he is now president II I

75.9% entitled to be in normal again be contested for. The college battle thruout. For the first three innings This mammoth hall will be profusely after it had remained extinct ;

classes, actually attending.The winning it three consecutive years is neither team scored, but the decorated with Florida colors, banners for scores of years. In addition he II.I

Alabama Polytechnic Instituteat to own it permanently.The fourth inning of this game proved the, and flags, palms and ferns, all has quite a little reputation as an "

Auburn came next. Her score was:: teachers were represented by jinx for the visiting nine, and with interwoven so as to produce a winningly author. President Murphree feels
49.5% enrolled in Bible Study. H. R. DeSilva, E. G. Diamond and H. Canova on second and one out, Rich-' 'tasty effect for Florida. The that the University: is indeed fortunate !!'I

71.25% of enrollment in actual at C. Johnson. The Farr Litt. was represented bourg, Gator third baseman, knocked' gym is spacious enough to accommodate in obtaining him for its commencement I

tendance. by E. S. McKean, R. C. Bin- a two-bagger into deep right field,' the host of alumni, visitors and program. i;

63.27% entitled to be in normal ford, and M. Stein. The argumentson scoring Canova and making the only friends which are always ardently anticipated Monday morning in the gym audi jj jjThe I

classes, actually attending.This both sides were forceful and point of the game. and warmly received. torium, the Freshman-Sophomore declamation

worthy movement was instituted straight to the point. The affirmative Richbourg, however, attempting to The invitations have been spread contest will take place, and I
make three bases on the two-bagger, the oratorical contest of the Junior I
by our hustling "Y" secretary,, laid down the issues and were broadcast so that every one will have ,
was thrown out at third by second and Senior classes will take in 1
Mr. White, and was unanimously met on their own territory by the neg ample time to complete his preparation place
passed on by the student body. It ative. From start to finish the discussion baseman Murray.Announcement between now and the third. These the same building Monday night. Tho If
was made before the medals offered to the winners of 11
has done much in giving the fellowsa revolved principally around invitations are of an extremely at- .
better knowledge of the Bible, and the issue of whether the proposed game that Richbourg would sign tractive design, yet very simple, con- these contests will be awarded the :; i
with the New York Giants after -
terms next day.
the weekly meetings have beena measure would mean better govern- sisting of an announcement in script, I
source of group pleasure to all. 'ment for Florida. The audience had Friday's game, probably his last with the University seal at the top. Tuesday morning, June 3, is Com-

I no trouble predicting the decision amateur baseball. The programs likewise present unique mencement Day. The commencement J
But this is of the
one many i With Hartman in the box, Stetson address will be delivered
of extraordi- by Dr. .
after Stein for the undermined being a
beneficial things given the "Y" : negative, appearance very
by made five hits, outhitting the Gators distinctly indi- George Morgan Ward, the recently i
the foundation of the affirmative nary design-a type I
this The Y. M. C. A. has been
year. throughout the entire game, as they vidual. elected president of Rollins College.
and presented new issues that I
given an opportunity this year to take able to only two hits off Dr. Ward has been I
the affirmative failed to answer in its were The Juniors in particular are look- intimately connected I
active in the real betterment
an part !
: rebuttal. Bassett.In ing forward to this night with mountaintop with the growth and progress !
and upbuilding of the student-body of this justice to Hartman it may be aspirations. Then it will be of Rollins College, having been president ''I
There is no doubt but that last'
the University of Florida, and tho I I said, however, vf;it he struck, out their privilege to entertainnot of the board of trustees of that
debate was one of the best in the se I \
handicapped in many ways, such as betweenthe eight men against Stetson's four. only the graduating class and I institution for several years. :
ries. The first contest was ,
late arrival and poor moving picture The entire contest was almost friends in Gainesville, but friends and Invitations have been issued to the t
Farr Litt. and the Benton En-
service, it has demonstrated its worth. I I gineering Society on March thirteenth. wholly a pitchers' battle, but both alumni, and supporters of the University alumni of the University of Florida, f
The "Y" rooms have been a much twirlers received excellent support. urging them to make Commencementweek
I from all over this glorious state 1
The question in this debate was compulsory -
frequented place of recreation and I military service. The Farr Things looked pretty dark for the and outside the state. They are expecting Home Coming Week. It is expected 1
with Mr. White's ready smile to greet I Gator nine in the second inning, when member of the faculty that many old Florida men,
unanimous decision. every
you whenever you are around there,, I Litt won by a with one out Hartman walked two with their friends. Of the having returned from the service will
The second contest came on March together
these rooms have an indispensibleplace i fourteenth between the Teachers College men in succession, but a double play, student body, the seniors will be honor take advantage of these invitations to I
in the hearts of all of the fel I Canova to McCallum to Whitfield, finished of Then the class officers visit their beloved Alma Mater once
and the Agricultural Club on the guests,
lows. out the frame and killed Stet more. I
will be invited and possibly a
"Resolved, that the world is
Besides the Bible study contest, the question, Na- son's chances for victory, for only few other underclassmen.It student body will be well represented ?
for League
ready a
Y. M- C. A. initiated a mass athletic not yet one other time did a Stetson player that the Promenade will at the Commencement exercises -
tions". The Teachers, defending the is hoped t
contest and furnished equipment for I unanimously. reach third base. be the crowning event of the 1919 : as many students have come

the men to play the different games: negative in won April the Law College met This play came in the fifth inning Commencement. At least that is the to the realization that school patriotism !

volleyball, cageball, soccer, etc. The Early Litt. the "Resolved, when Gardiner knocked a two-bagger, plan of the Juniors. Not a stone will if nothing else, demands that they
Sunday meetings have been profitableand the Farr on query made third on a passed ball and attempted be left unturned in the completion of remain to see their dignified seniors !'
that Home Rule for as provided
these things with the personalwork the Home Rule Bill of 1914, to steal home. He was the preparations. These latter are in thru the process of passing into the

of Mr. White and the "Y" Cab is desirable"by The Farr Litt. uphold caught between Richbourg and Work the hands of a very capable and reliable world of strife.OLYMPIC .

inet have done much towards makingthis the affirmative was victorious in and was easily tagged out by Work. dance committee. The Juniors
the that the Y. :M. ing The lineup follows:
biggest their hands
year this contest by a two to one vote. will have a few days on CUP AWARDED
C. A. has ever had here. In the final contest last Mondaythe Gators: Richbourg, 3b; Work, c;; after exams a large part of which will TO INTERNATIONAL "Y"

vote was two to one. McCallum, 2b; Madison, If; Wilson,, be devoted to the one all-important COLLEGE AT SPRINGFIELDThe i I
rf; Whitfield, Ib; Ogilvie, cf; Canova,, event ahead. The concentrated efforts -

1E-PRES.FM GIVES FAREWELL ss; Hartman, p. of every member of the class Olympia Cup, one of the high- 1

ELECTION OF GATOR Stetson: Gardiner 3b; Welch ss;; should certainly serve to mark an est prizes in the athletic world, awarded .
ADDRESS TO Rutherford, cf; Smith, c; Lofquise, c; epoch in the social history of the Uni annually by the Permanent International t

STAFF TAKES PLACEDye Lofburg, rf; Helm, If; Peek, Ib; Murray versity. Committee of the Olympia '

STUDENT BODYAt 2b; Bassett, p. The Prom. will begin at nine o'clock, Games, an institution which has made I

Score by innings: University time, Tuesday, June the important contributions to sport, has 1

Last Men to Binford, and Axelson to Get Out R. H. E. third. The opening number will bea been awarded for 1920 to the Inter- ,

Talk Florida Assembly Continually Urges Thru- Last Issue This Year, and Take Stetson .._...........000 000 000-0 5 6 grand march in which everyone will national Y. M. C. A. College at Springfield

Charge Next September.At Florida ....___......000 100 000-1 2 2 participate. Thereafter the numberson Mass.The .
out Summer Vacation.The .
will continue in order
program American institution's name ..
the annual election of membersfor with four extras. will be engraved on the cup for the
last assembly of the student the Alligator staff positions, held Yale defeated Princeton's track The presence of the alumni in particular year 1920 but the cup itself will remain I

body and the faculty of the Univer- Tuesday morning in Chapel, DeweyA. team on May 10 by a score of 61 to together with the friends and at the Olympic Committee's

sity of Florida for the year 1918-19 Dye was elected editor-in-chief;, 43. The meet took place in the midstof visitors is warmly anticipated. It is headquarters in Switzerland. On ac-

took place at Chapel Tuesday morn- Ralph Binford managing editor; wind and rain, and good time was hoped that the occasion will be one of count of abnormal conditions in trans-

ing in the gymnasium. Several matters Newton Axelson, business manager. impossible. The Blue team lived up universal joy long remembered by portation it is thought that it will be

of interest, among which was a Contrary to custom, the present to its reputation of being unusually every guest. safer there. .

speech by Prof. A. D. St. Amant urging staff made no recommendations, and strong in field events, by taking every Among the other institutions to :

students to invest their summer the nominations were made individually place. In the track events the Prince- ENGINEERING COLLEGE which the cup has been awarded since ,

earnings in War Savings Stamps, by the student body. The men ton Tigers showed marked superiority WINS PENNANTIn 1906 are American Athletic Union,
were bro -'tit up. The feature of the elected won by good majorities over over the Elis. and the Rugby School of England.

morning, ""Jwever, was the farewell their opponents.The .
in the
series of new
a games
address *' Vice President James M. elections are usually held ear-
o staff as managing editor, distinguished gymnasium last Thursday night, between SIXTH DIVISION WINS '
Farr the new paper
Dr. and
speaking in the absence of the ,
lier in year of the himself in his high school the Engineering College, the SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP: I
Murphrei called I last two issues
who had been away the
of the elec- days: by excellent work on the school Agricultural College, the Arts and
from G ; ,',ville. The lateness
i r
Alligator. editors to publication. As contributing editoron Science College, and the Law Col-
In the inning, informal manner tion will enable the new of The team of the Sixth Division won : :
of May the Alligator staff for the past lege, the College Engineering was
which iaracteristic j : of "Jimmy"as publish only one issue, that few months, he has turned out well- victorious and thus became the volleyball the soccer championship of the Third I

( Dr.L ir is affectionately styledby written champions of the campus. For Army at Coblenz in what is believed i

his i ;.,.ils>, he went straight to 30.Mr.. Dye has had much experiencein The new copy.staff should be given thewholehearted several weeks the various teams have to be the longest game ever played. t tI

the purp e.of his talk. the past two years as a newspaper support of the student practiced for the games which were I It took the boys of the Sixth three !

"I bel:. l' ', said he, "that the best I writer, and has served faithfully contributing during body. If given the right support, the played Thursday and interest has been hcurs to take the championship from J I
, advertis': ':'* medium a school can have I the present :year as athletic Alligator next year should be ableto keen in the final outcome of the the Ffth by a score of 4 to 2. The : '

is its ST. "nt body. The student on I I editor, and later as make the Technique (Georgia I I tournament. I longest previous game is said to have 1''

his vaca ,, can accomplish more than I''I editor on the Alligator.Mr. elected to Tech.) look to its laurels as being The winners will be given the pennant been in San Francisco in 1904 which ,

the bes :Iver-tongued agent that! Binford, who working was end of the "The South's Livest College Weekly". by the Athletic Board. lasted for one and one half hours. i iJ
: hold of the
C inued ou page three )



FIII1t Frid.u Jay 23, 1911

Florida Allig-,..r 2 -
I1 ---- HOTEL SKMINOI. i2 ( t
L ; that a fellow has to keep up in his organized in every respect. Resultscan
studies along with these many out- certainly be looked for in this I Jacksonville, Flori<1a.

: side affairs. If he fails to do this phase of our college life. ModernFireproof 200 rooms 150 :h bath

Printed and published by studentsof he is certainly unhappy, and eventually So there is not the slightest reason

the University of Florida every a "goner"; for after all, the primary why the University should not go I Headquarters for studs. :its of

!, Thursday in their own print shop on end of our existence in college over the top in everything next year.

: the campus. is to get something into our heads. Let every man take a bite of ginger, the University of Florida and
This is the crying need of present-day and resolve to put some into

Ii i I civilization-men with ability to school next year. Fellows, we've got friends.Rates
Staff their
think, to bring the light to those in to have a big school, the biggest yet. .
DUKE WILLIAMS_.Editor in Chief
darkness. As the Gainesville Sun We can get it if we want it. Let
; BENJAMIN ARCHERMng. Editor both $1.50 per day European plan and upv.?rds.
stated recently in an editorial on us be unsparing in our energy
M. STEIN__ Asst. Mng. Editor H.R.HAHPER
-- fall to write Pres. Mjrr.
higher education, "You rarely see an this summer and next J.B.POUND
i REGINALD DeSILVALocal Editor over-educated man". the name of old Florida above that of -
I DEWEY DYE Athletic Editor I SMOKECrawford's
So in reviewing: the past we feel! any Southern university. Let us not
i VAN E. HUFF_Society Editor i
leave stone unturned to do this.
that we can safely conclude that in a Blunt
I RALPH BINFORDContributing Ed. spite of some degree of leniency, and Let us strain every nerve to this end.
Ex. Editor
HERBT. FRIEDLANDER, Remember! We do it if we will!
I an atmosphere more or less of justi- can THE ORIGINAL

fied levity, after all the confusion and
'I Business Department
I trials of the war period, we have actually TRAINING HELPS WORKERSTO Union Made
: RALPH STOUTAMIREBus. Mgr. accomplished a great deal. 5 c
I WALTER GUNNCirculation Mgr. HELP THEMSELVES A.G.Barber Cigar Factory, GainesvilleFlorida
Most of all, we are prepared to Made by
I RANDALL HUNTER and schedule the biggest year in the his-

I GILBERT CURTIS Printers tory of our institution, beginning with Three-fourths of the idustrial workers Up to date Auto Accessories and
the coming fall term.LOOKING in America are handicapped by

!I Entered as second-class matter, lack of proper training in their respective SuppliesAt

'f 1 September 28, 1912, at the postofficeat FORWARD tasks, according to the U.
Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of S. Training Service of the Depart- Reasonable Prices. THAT'S US

March 3d, 1879. ment of Labor. The work of the Ser- GAINESVILLE AUTO SUPPLY CO.W. .
Ahead of us is Commencement, following -
Place all communications and news vice is to increase the efficiency of
a brief week of examinations.Then H. Martin, Mgr. Gainesville,Fit
items' in boxes designated for that this"insufficient three-fourths",rather
we go out for practically four -
purpose in Peabody and Language than to stimulate the output of the
months of vacation. Will we forgetour MONEY TO LOAN AT A
Halls. one-fourth already producing at a
Alma Mater then, or will we keep
Rate-The Florida Alligator $1.00. satisfactory rate, says a bulletin
her always close to our hearts and on RELIABLE PAWN SHOP
"Some Advantages of IndustrialTraining"
our lips? Then is the time when our
now being distributed free
THANKS school spirit will show itself as never by this branch of the government. 102 West Main Street N.

before. Let us begin to prepare now A Fuji Line of Musical InstrumentsMILLER'S
Bringing about a big increase in
The student body thru the Alligator
to show the home folks and friends
wishes to thank the alumni and friendsof that there is no place like Florida. output of the average plant, the gov- -
the institution, and especially the ernment contends is wholly within the
Next year we want the biggest del-
who possibilities, if the following steps are
thruout the state
newspapers egation here of real, wide-awake men,
taken: ((1) A careful analytical surveyof
aid in the
readily our
came so of any university in the South. Let
the operations in the plant to as-
of reduced appropriations. -
recent danger
us begin now to line up all the good
We feel that we owe a great men in our sections.We certain where existing methods can
be improved ((2)) the formulation ofa
deal to those men who so loyally responded have succeeded in getting ample
rallied definite program of training, eitherin
to our appeals, and appropriations. Financial difficultiesare
;t to our support, in order that the pro- obliterated. Our football schedulehas a separate department or "on thefloor"

posed bill might not be passed. Certainly been arranged for some time. It in direct conjunction with pro-
I also, our Board of Control is duction; ((3)) the instruction of those
is a good one, and we are going to I
workers who are most in need of it
the when it to lookingout
job comes
on have a winnig team. Fellows, we Agent For
for her and (4)) the upgrading of those in the I
can get anything we want if we will
next higher strata. A training department JI a1lct1l
just go after it hard enough. We 1l1lally tttJJlCM1J ZUtCi
DEDICATION helps workers to help them-
must have a winning team in foot-

ball next year. So when we run selves. $
In honor of those noble sons of I Another question of keen interestto ))lGJtdaZ -- iCe .
athlete lI
across a good this summer,
whose it to lay the working man and the employer
Florida privilege was I
I who intends to to college nail him
I their lives in humble sacrifice on the go alike, taken up in this booklet, is the Of Jacksonville.
for Florida. And next fall the squad
altar of Democracy, we deem it a will effect of training on labor turnover.It I
very likely start training a lit-
this points out that the turnover for
i high privilege to dedicate memo- tle before school however, thisis
: rial edition of the Florida Alligator. undecided. the country at large is at least 250
as yet man
They were indeed and will always be percent, placing an annual burden of
who has ever played football or whois I
"First in war, first in peace, and first $1,250,000,000 on our manufacturing .
i at all interested keep this in mind
industries. Basing his claim the
in the hearts of their countrymen". on
that next fall.we must have a winning team experience of several score of plants I DR. GORDON B. TISON (lacjjua Barter &bop

LOOKING BACKWARDAs where training has been installed, the
I Then we can look ahead to a fly- author maintains that such instruc- DENTIST ( East of Palm Parlor)

we draw near the close of our ing start of the Y. M. C. A. next tion in a factory causes a big reduc- Special Rates to Students.

year, quite naturally we look back; year. As far as we know, Mr. White tion in turnover. The trained em- Phone 243 Gainesville Satisfaction Guaranteed.

we take a retrospective view of it will be back with us. This organization ployees can more readily find suitable Law Exchange Florida

all. We started out after the S. A. will make a specialty of student work and are more easily retained ina

T. C. almost as a new school would. activities. One of the big things it plant. Training contributes to a You will need a pair of

We had no student organizations, no plans to do is in the way of exten- better spirit among employees and develops -

school spirit, no anything. We were sion work in the outlying districts.It better teamwork with the em- J.O.AdkinsAttorney Keds during your Sum-

not a college. Rather, we were an also has many other plans in shape ployers according to this bulletin. It vacation. Don't for-

undemobilized army cantonment.But whereby a greater union of the students is one of a series, all of which can be and Counsellor at Law mer

somehow or other, as Gators about will be affected, thus bringing had for the asking. Requests shouldbe Gainesville, Florida I get that we have a full
will, we clung to the remnants of our a greater school spirit thru cooperation addressed to the U. S. Training

old spirit, and gradually, little by and teamwork in various Service, care of the Department of line of outing shoes for

little, picking up here and dropping lines. The work will be more thoroly Labor at Washington. I
ever body. They are
there, we remoulded ourselves into a

student body of a proud institution, t 'lZ0utt1 5 l1. i rlhiu, : genuine Keds and the

generating and reviving all along that '

all-Florida pep, which has brought us tlornq: at cnu prices right.L .

so much renown and prestige in college -
circles. The Palm BeachPOST Cctints\liUtW 1rihct C SMITH

,First we organized. We put our- -. North Side of Square.

selves in condition first of all. That

was our first duty. Then we let other Dr.TenchIDoxatlst EXPERT AUTO

colleges know it by challenging themto

athletic and Bible study contests. :

Then came the debates-domestic, Office Graham Bldg. REPAIRINGGUARANTEED
which certainly served to stir up a

lot of rivalry and enthusiastic com West Palm Beach Florida Gainesville, Fla. Phone 258J

petition. Following these, and cap- ,

ping the climax of it all came our Albert Smith
wonderfully successful baseball sea- :.' GERALD J J. (WELLY

son, with its occasional, sporadic out- : ARCHITECT 303 E. :Main St. S.

bursts of pep, similar to the long and

loud Gators.roars often heard by the big PUBLISHED EVERY DAY Miami Gainesville Opposite Fire Station

And in between were the chicken Floridao

pilaux, the smokers, the volleyball Associated Press Service. B. LlLIENBLUMBICYCLES

games, the club rallies, the heated

discussions of student affairs, with o I1I i Cannon Co

their flights of oratory in chapel, and ,
Constructive in
the various inspections on the part of PolicyDevelops

the government, of Col. Walker's

army. Suite 15- WEAVER'SSTEAM '

Yes, fellows, we have passed thru Graham
quite a good deal. Most likely other Building LAUNDRYWe
the East Coast and
schools have also. But we can come Everglade Section
out of it all with the feeling that we : OF do first class:
have accomplished something anyway. INSURANCEAND
Our year has been far from wasted. Dry Cleaning

No doubt a number of young men BONDS II I

stayed out of college this year just SubscriptionSix We write it right. at reasonable prices
because they thought collegeswere

not in a position to offer very dollars a yearpayable in advance. ..

much; but if so, certainly they labored DO BUSINESS WITH
under a false impression, and misseda I

year of valuable training.We The Florida National Bank

know a little bit about collegelife

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loridaAIL.. ;-ior_ 'f,. J
I 3 Friday, May 23, 1919 + t t I II
JACK"ONVILLE formula, l' find that it has
coherent left no .

f1 it ever was impression coherent., 1 and have I wondered doubt if I _. .,... --.-- '.- ,'... "'." ..-..-........,.-

Dl11J1 jIjEJBJ2C ii if froid they would exhibit the same sang- <:> "': :::
;r e if called cut on deck in the
1hANY the midst combers of a tropical carrying hurricane everything, with by What Do You

"Tie {Sportsman's to e" the board, and the sky so dark that ."
you could not tell the main sheet I .
129 West Bay Street from But the after jib down-hall. About Clothes? : : ,

Esi:! Phone 748JACKSONVILLE all, outside of this, they
are oftimes regular guys; so let it You don't have to know a thing about them to buy safely: .
FLA.MARABLB. Pass. No doubt '
many of you have at Porter's.The r
-.. been in the same fix and ; ..
symptoms. recognize the more you know the surer you are to buy here anyway. ', ; I

Well, as I said, I fell in with severalof Because these new spring styles are right to the last but-

the just described clan, who hailedme. ton.
And if you don't know values isn't it better to trust a store

"How about showing up at the dance with a big reputation? $'
I Is the official photographerfor I tonight 1""What .
So whether you do or don't know clothes it will be a liberal i'
the University of Florida dance? I replied as I tooka
light from his death pill. education to come and see just what Porter's has done. ; .
0HBSaaBBHi Bn BB "The Pan-Hellenic." It's a great way to spend idle moments. '

Now before the war I had arrivedat STYLES FOR MEN OF EVERY AGE FROM 4 TO 84- : ,&
THE ALLIGATOR that stage in the ballet art which VALUES THAT SAY A WHOLE LOT FOR PORTER'S
enabled me at a dance to claim one THREE-STORE
is on sale at round with each girl-but no more. i
And I hadn't learned any better since.A !'
MSOLLEY'S CORNER fellow has to be there with both BOYDEN ..c '",r. \
.. feet literally speaking, if he wishes OXFORDS
to be a repeater at this game. So I DISTINCTION

INSIDE INFORMATION FOR replied a dancer": "Well. fellers, I'm not muchof IN THE NEW 'fi'r'' a ; 1 :j

THE UNINITIATED Answer: "Aw come on, you'll get KNOX NECKWEAR STRAWS THAT 7 ) J t:
by even if you can't dance much".
(By ) So I assented. The name "Pan-Hel-
Lesson 12. An Interview With lenic" was what decided me-as near AS IT LOOKS
Terpsichore as I could figure it out, "Pan-Hellenic" t/ t

means "All Greek". $25$30$35$40$50$60 trY
Now I have seen the Apache in the :
Dancing is a subject concerning I I Mont Martre, and the Hula Hula, as i
which an eight-by-twelve-inch volume I I done by the real article from Hawaii.
might easily be written if one wanteda I've witnessed the Spanish senoritain
real thoro and exhaustive treatiseon the arms of a square-head sailor,
the subject, but I will confine my- mixing the Fandango and the Swedish ;
self herein to few meager and scat- Waltz. Some dance! The Highland .
tering references to dancing in gen- Fling and the kaleidoscopic balls of ,
eral, together with a casual and utterly -'i sunny Italy, and several more, have f
inadequate description of the passed beneath my scrutiny, but my In the Heart of Three Big Cities"T.

last scene of carnage where I was, as knowledge of a Greek dance was con-
Jacksonville Birmingham
the reporter phrases it, "among themas fined to a representation of a wall ,1
was present". I might have said, frieze in some art museum or public Cor. Bay and Laura. 1922-1924 First Ave. Fifth and Church.
"an' also ran", and be quite literallytrue library, depicting the virgins of Ath-
for, besides the hopskipandjump ens tripping before the enrapturedgaze dancing in the usual manner. They' i
running takes no small part in of the youths of the same burg. were joined by other couples until I I!
the post bellum method of dancing.Last II I wondered where they would get the quite a crowd was on the floor. The Popular Goods at Popular Prices

Friday evening I fell in with a talent. Tarpon Springs, probably. men outnumbered the ladies four to t ,
few of our boys who are among the Maybe I would meet Joe who is sup- one. Bearing in mind my Greek at

socially elect, or elite, you can take posed to be a waiter at the Alachua- frieze, I attributed this to the fact BURKHIM'SD : : :
your choice. You know the brand, altho when he takes your order the that the show was one not calculatedto I
white flannels, permanently creased; waiting is done by you. Aleck and appeal to weH-brought-up girls. I
pompadoured hair permanently family, I felt sure, would be on deck. Still nothing of the Greek dances. By ,
greased; flamboyant neckties and I bought all the fruit I wanted earlyas this time the tag system of dancing I
near-silk shirts; manicured finger- I expected an exodus from the fruit started in, and in order not to startle

nails and massaged shoes. stands. them by a sudden change, I pickedout
When I arrived at the amphitheatrea @) !
They are absolutely at ease and girls who were using confirmed
possessed of sang froid at the pinkestof large crowd of fellows had congre- clodhoppers for partners, and danced
teas. But what I have always mar- gated. One of them said to me, "No three or four yards with each, being I I
velled at most is the nonchalant grace use to go upstairs; only two of the gratified to learn of the judgment displayed -
with which they handle the mother girls have come". in picking when the lady would
tongue when engaged in conversationwith Having in mind my art museum murmur, "You're not very much worse & G Cleanerwill
the fair sex. Many a time haveI frieze, I replied, "I suppose it takesat than my last partner".
decoyed and trapped, a hapless victim least ten to make a troupe". The dancers who were canny heldto eaner.
in the midst of some more or less The guy looked at me in a queer the middle of the floor where the i
fashionable function, copped out a sort of way. "Say, buddie, where do tagging line could reach them only
bright bud, and while slightly dazzledby I you get this troop stuff? You're not with difficulty. I tried the down-the- remove all the dirt from anything i if

the charm of the aforesaid bud, in the cavalry, now. What's eating middle stunt but met with little suc- f
endeavored to carryon with a line of ycu?" cess. A Vernon Castle rushed out and
the light and airy, when one of these I suppose he meant to be funny, tagged my girl on the second lap. I Ask our Dealers for a i
beaming social lamps would rush up punning on the word "troupe"; so learned afterwards from a friend in
glad hand my particular Caroline, and replying in a light jocular vein, I the orchestra, that the lady, wearingan
burst into a series of words which said "Beyond a few homeless mosquitoes appealing look, had incited him by demonstration.DOZIER I
generally ended in her trailing grace- nothing is eating me". waving a dollar bill behind my back. I
fully off on his arm, leaving me to With that sounds of music burst Still no signs of Grecian nymphs.
stand first on one foot and then on forth from above, and we ascended.All I guess the train from Tarpon Springs
the other, wishing to gawd that I seats were taken and they were I was late that night; for the tagging & GAY PAINT CO.f 'I j j
could think of some polite form of a standing four-deep. Gently but firm- I and dancing among the expectant audience .
left hook edging to the front row, I was dis continued until the hour was
to the jaw, and wondering, ly Ir
nevertheless with a sneaking admi- appointed to see nothing of the per- I hopelessly late for a performance, and f Makers of Cellulene J I
ration, how he did it. formers. A few of the town girls and everyone went home. i

When I try to recollect his verbal boys were utilizing the music by It prove I hope otherwise.Lost the next. All-Greek affair will Atlanta Jacksonville )

t in the Glare of the Khaki Ga. Fla. I

We all sing praise to the khaki'lad, -
I him the world's credit is due, f
To VICE-PRES FARR ADDRESSES Florida offers opportunities equal to :
But use both your eyes those to be found in any similar institution '
And please recognizeThe in the South, we'll have a t,
men of the sea in blue.A CHAPEL LAST student body next year that will be !
battlefield death means a hero slain, (Continued from page one) twice as large as it is this year." I
: And a son to a muddy grave, In his speech, Dr. Farr referred to .
But there's never a dot the University can hire. When an the way in which the student body had '
x3 will see W D C To mark the spot agent comes around telling of the opportunities rallied to the cause of the University I'.
t YOU the crow's nest touches the that an institution offers,
Where when the Senate cut in the educational i
t on every campus wave. of its wonderful scenery, its great appropriations threatened to strike at i
i-: :ce of cenuine.- the countryAmericanrin When the salt sea washes his wounded reputation, in athletics, people naturally the very heart of their Alma :Mater."I i
}'r .. Briar. sterling flesh take it with a grain of salt, saying -
want to tell you, boys", he said
sr.:,"'vulcanite!:estworkmanship bit the pipes for American men, And life's last moment is nigh, 'Of course he'll praise that school. "-speaking for myself alone now, for t
He's paid to do it'. But, boys, when a
pe that windward lee
bettered anywhere. To or James M. Farr himself-that I at- ,
:y convenient to and not who has attended that
h. The man of the sea man institu-I I tribute the entire success of getting :
shape size and tion tells them about it, they
You can get any Can't! even crawl off to die.Ex. the Legislature to restore the amounts
''I ". .i1 want in a W D C. tentively, for they know they are get- cut from the appropriation, to the
I grade you first-hand information.
\ r ting I student alone."
body ,
them at $6 I
I \ The best shops carry "Pop", inquired little Clarence Per- "Now if you boys go home this

down to 75 cents. cival Lillywhite, "What am a milen- summer and talk Florida continuallyto !
friends, let them know just 1
nium 1""Sho' your
I Farmer: "Do you want a job digging
T ::'t _.MARKWM.. DEMUTH & CO., New York '', replied the parent, "Doan what our university is, and convince i ?" .
Worlft Largest Pipe Manufacturer y'u know what a millennium am, prospective students that there is absolutely -I potatoes ; ;
the need for going outside the Tramp: "Sure. Provided it's 'digging t
Chile? It's jus' same as a centennial no
only it's got mo' legs.Ex.. state for their higher education when them out of gravy."-Ex.r .

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Altering Repairing.Pressing.
: It is with sorrow-filled hearts that we, the students of the University of Florida, try
: to tell something of the thoughts that choke us when we speak of our friends and comrades -
that have gone. This is not an official tribute; we are yet too newly aware of our
;, loss; the grief is yet too poignant to bear of a calm and dignified telling of our sorrow; S H OE S
I we are even not yet aware of the extent of the loss that we suffer, for still from time to
time the word comes to us that another has been sacrificed on the high altar of Liberty. -
\i. The officials of this University have undertaken to compile a more complete and full list :| fanrii:

I of these, our heroes, but the scholastic year draws to a close, and we feel that we must .
,:; say somewhat, futile and halting tho it be, in memory of those who have left us. Gainesville Florida
i Somehow, we cannot believe that they are dead. We cannot picture them save as
last we knew them; their cheerful laughs, their arms across our shoulders, their songs
and all. "Jim dead? Not good old Jim! Why, don't you remember the night when-." S H O E S
\ That is what one hears on the campus when the news comes; that is what makes it so
: hard, for they were so much a part of our lives-they are so much a part of our lives,
,i for we cannot remember them but as living-that part of us seems gone. Tall Lockey
with his quiet grin; Brannon the earnest; Mobley, who used to growl to hide his sym-
pathy; big Dukes; happy Nat Carson; Willoughby, lovable and sincere, rise before our
j;: mind's eyes as our fellows that made life worth living. We look for them to step from a

1;,; doorway, to shout as of old in the old boyish way. We cannot believe them dead. .
We have done the best we could in the short time which we had, and under the conditions -
I that we found, to make this list as nearly complete as possible. We know that all
are not here; but there are more than enough to fill our hearts to overflowing. There are
letters on the editor's desk from parents and relatives who have lost even more than we
I, have, that bring a mist into our eyes as we raad them. They are brave letters, letters that
I: utter never a word of complaint, and yet between the lines we see a picture of torn
i hearts, of hearts saddened and empty and dark. But this they do not tell to the world;

I only they show the pride that they have in having given men to the Cause. These mothers A dedication to all the men
j and fathers-what can we say worthy of them? How can we sufficiently honor them
I !' who have given their sons in such a spirit? Alas! our words fail, but you who read this
i' stop a moment and reflect on them-for they are Americans.
r ;; It is not for us to tell of the heroism of our comrades that paid the great price; of Florida.who have paid
their deeds must be chronicled by worthier pens than ours. The courage that met hardship
I with a jest and death with a smile is too great a subject for us to attempt. Each
I' did his part and each gave freely his all for what he knew was right. He gave his life.

I II, No man could do more. the preinest sacrifice of
We who are left behind have gained a great lesson from the lives and deaths of these
comrades of ours. Their unflinching spirit, their contempt of hardships, their devotion
: to their high ideals and their fearless deaths tell us that we too can be men, and even
as they, can "carry on" in our lesser battles of life. God rest them. all. Their deeds of heroism

Kissimmee, Fla. Ocoee, Fla.
i He enlisted at :Minneapolisafter will ever be a monumentto

being rejected five times, Born at Ocoee, Florida, May
going into the Aviation Branch 26, 1898; entered University
of the Navy. He saw service Nat Carson was possibly the 1913; continuous student exceptone
: with the till December 1917 the of
Northern Bombing happiest man of all these that: year cause right.

\ I we have lost. He had a smile .

for every one and would stop at

any time to have a laugh with

you; he did more to brightenNat wJ

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- West Palm BeacliFlorida.I .

Donald M. Badger

Claude S. Brannon
Squadron in France until the
end of the war. He died of
when he entered aviation servicein
Charleston Jan-
pneumonia at ,
uary 29, 1919. Carson which he graduated at head
He was a graduate of the Col- of his class; finished pilot ,york

lege of Agriculture in 1914, and the campus than any man on it. ''Ft.V orth, Texas, and while -'

did good work afterwards in He was twenty-one years old waiting for commission contracted -
f state and in :Minnesota. He
this when he fell in the thick of the influenza and died Dec.
was one of the founders of the
Epsi- fighting in the Argonne-one of 12, 1918. A good student, an
chapter of Sigma Alpha
lon here. the Marines. athlete, a Christian, a patriot. .'. c


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: Printing EVERETT BARKWELL spring of 1916. Took active .
i ,
i up to a standard Minneapolis, Minn. part in such College activities as

the literary societies, Y. :M.: C. I
Born in Chicago, Illinois, Aug. A., and :Military: organization.A .
Not down
to a price. Service too! 17, 1895: ; graduated West :Minneapolis : hard worker, he stood with
High School; entered the head of his classes. An independent Ii

Agricultural College of University thinker, a true Chris-
fall of 1914, graduating in tian, he was respected and his
spring of 1917, making the four views appreciated on all important -

Pepper Printing Co. years in three. He took active matters. One of the first to ;

part in College activities, beinga the colors, and one of the first
member of the Agricultural to fall.
Club, Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity 'j

and class football teams. WILLIAM. GIBBS
Phone 136 Enlisted in navy and saw sev- Bay Hill, Fla.
eral months real service. A

good student, a hard worker, Born Melbourne, Florida,
Gainesville Florida and having an affectionate disposition Jan. 12, 1889; entered the College I

he was respected and of Engineering of the University -
in the fall of 1905, and i I
.Wq! ttaux OqA\ \\\v\ A"q pa.\o\\ j
graduated in spring of 1909 with I
Donald M. Badger James A. Johnson
WILEY H. BURFORD degree of B. S. C. E., being the f

f Ocala, Fla. first graduate of the Engineering #I
Everett Barkwell. J. S. Laing
"Florida"First to Fall." College; a member of Alpha I:
: to
Claude S. Brannon :;. ; .. rC.. C. La Koche Wiley Burford died in battle on Fau Omega fraternity; in 1916
February 14, 1918, the first man the degree of "Civil Engineer"was
from the University and the conferred upon him by the t
Wiley H. Burford Some sleep in France under A. II. Lockey first man from the State to be University. When the war broke it ;
the lilies white
killed for America. He nobly out he offered his services, was
Sat Carson Others in America, the coun- O. T. McKeown
upheld the traditions of his accepted in the Engineering
try of right; Southern forbears.He branch and was one of the firstto

Martin. .. R. Daniel But in France or America Paul D; Mobley was born in Ocala, October "go over". After months of ,I
memories will .be 31, 1893, was graduated from valiant service abroad he was j :
R. A. Dukes Kept as bright and everlastingas Princeton with honors and was sent to the States because of

... the waves of the sea. Thad II. Smith studying Law at this Universitywhen poor health and honorably dis
W.W. Gibbs he entered the service. He charged. He then devoted his j
_. Burnett THE Clothier : t Charlie Stockton died as he lived, a man. time to Liberty Bond, War Sav-
; ing Stamp and other .
Arthur E. Hamm campaigns.Died
R. Ray White !
Jan. 13, 1919, of pneumo
Bret Hart Groveland, Fla. nia.; I
Earl E. !
WigginsJ. Entered the University of
W. Hatton Florida in 1916, remaining here ji
Jacksonville Fla.
Paul Willoughby I only because of the r
.. .'. .' _, .-.,- .... .0'_ ..... war. Called to service at Ta- RegisterecCCo of Law fall J
of 1915 but did not take the
vares, Sept. 15, 1917, and sent reg-
ular law course. Still that was

his principal study, taking onlya
T. F. THOMAS, President R. W. THOMAS, Treasurer O. H. THOMAS, Secretary'! few hours in the Teachers Col- 1

lege. He was a member Pi Kappa j
:7r- Alpha fraternity. He left I

Thomas Company.Inc. I here in early part of May 1917, 1
for first O. T. C. at Ft. McPherson t I
Georgia, from which 1.
Hardware, Implements, Seed I I ri he graduated on Aug. 15th with t

I rank of captain. He was as-
Gainesville, Florida I
signed to a non-combative or- f
Agents For !
- ganization at Camp Gordon.

The International Harvester Companyand This did not suit him in the
least, and his application for

.. .. transfer to a regular infantry
regiment was soon granted. He
k THE JOHN DEERE PLOW CO.ALL crossed with the 82nd Division i

and fought with it in the hard- ,
KINDS OF FARMING TOOLS I est of its campaigns till he fell
fighting at the head of his com t
Martin R. Danielto
pang :
Camp Jackson, S. C., and laterto '

L.]. BURHIM Camp Wheeler, Georgia. BRET HART t
I Here he contracted pneumoniaand Mascot, Fla. i

died Nov. 18, 1917. One of Born May 1, 1890, Mascotte:: i
the first to brave the storm and Florida attended University in i
at prices ; I
J Popular goods popular one of the first to pay the supreme 1916; taught school in Florida I t,
for six years; enlisted in Navy

; in April, 1918; sent to Newport, i
Side R. A. DUKES Rhode Island. Here he con- ;
West Square
Worthington Springs, Fla. tracted pneumonia and died :May:

Entered Agricultural CollegeR. ;,



D.R.COX,Proprietor. + i : j

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i Bret Hart .

15th. A persistent worker, a !

A. Dukes good student, a devoted son, a j
I true Christian, a loyal American :

\ ,,:..;{:.I'. ." c'0 p' > ,."": .:- ', .. fall of 1911, and graduated -.. ", -



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CHARLES CLEMENTLA full moon rise over Mt. Blanc,
: MEMORIAL EDITION ROCHE but the fairest vision on which CHESNU'f'SSHOES

FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Cocoa, Fla. these eyes ever looked was the

flag of my country in a foreign
; Staff He was graduated from the land. Beautiful as a flower to .

a FRED WEEDON..Editor-in-Chief in 1914 and went almost it terrible as a .
University who love
"-' SIB WILSON.........__......Art Editor those .
Ralph Stoutamire.___--.____.Asst. Ed. and at once to the Philippinesto monster to those who hate it, it 9
Bus. Mgr. enter the Constabulary Ser- is the symbol of the power and 6. "
South Side Squat e.
J. W. HATTON vice. He served there until his the glory and the honor of over ...

Tampa, Fla.J. death in action September 1918. one hundred million Americans.Hon. --
He was twenty-six when he was George F. Hoar.

W. Hatton was at the Uni killed. THADDEUS-HENTZ SMITH Nick Damato

i versity in 1914 and bid fair to He was a silent man except to Marianna, Fla.

make a name for himself in Ath- his most intimate friends, but to

letics had he not been called know him was to respect him. Hentz Smith entered the Uni- Tjje Tailor

I home. He was a Pi Kappa Al versity in September, 1912, hav-
'\ pha. ing attended Mercer the two and
Pembroke N. C. Altering Pressing
.: In the larger and sterner field years previous. He was gradu-

-! ated in Law on June 9, 1914.
I II He entered the Practice High Gainesville Florida
I His manner was genial and
School of the University fall of
sincere he made friends wher
; -
1913 and remained with us till

t i A the Great War broke out, at Wilson CompanyLadies
which time he was a sophomorein d

the Agricultural College. Heis Ready Wear, Dry Goods, Notions, t
remembered as honest and

resolute, staunch and deter- Curtains and Curtain Material window a'

mined; a true Christian, enthu-

HI I siastic and loyal. He reached shades.

France to contract influenza .

I t which later developed into pneumonia _t.- I Gainesville FloridaStore

and brought about his

I death. He died that you and I -

j night live. The Big

Quincy, Fla. Invites the boys to come around often
J. W. Hatton Silk :Four in Hand Ties - 29 and 43
; glorious name. A veteran of the Born March 22, 1896, Gretna, t : Latest Fall Hats - $1.50, $2-50 and$3.00
-j Florida member Baptist church
of the war he made for himself a ; 100dozenShirtsS.75$1.00S1.25andSl.50
of fourteen graduated Quincy
I age ;
Mexican campaign he went to Underwear, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs. Shoes the best in townW.N.WILSON
High School 1915 entered
) f France determined that his ; Thad H. Smith
Agricultural College Universityfall
country should hear of him. He Owner
I aver he went. He threw himself
1916 here and half:
his life the H, ; year
) lost in Argonne. ;
: I entered O. T. C. Camp Gorton, his college activities justas
Croix de and
the Guerre
Jan. 5 1918 he did the more grim duties
Georgia, graduat-
the honor of his fellows.
that fell to him in France. He W.MJohnsonDruggist

died of influenza on October 16,

St. Petersburg, Fla. ( 1918.

: Born at Chattanooga, Tennessee x. Kz I Jacksonville, Fla. Drugs, Chemicals, Toilet Articles, Fancy Stationery, Cigars, Ek
: 1892 graduated St. Peters
,', ; Corner West :Main St. and University Avenue.
burg High School 1913; regis. Charlie entered the University Telephone 152 Gainesville
tared Agricultural College University t
in fall of 1915, registerin.
fall of 1912 .
I' ; graduated
as sophomore in the Agricultural -
'p' 1917 member
; Agricultural
I College. He
I, was very popular -
Club, Sigma Alpha Epsilon fra- .
I here and stood high in student -
ternity, Phi Kappa Phi honorary
activities, being on the Var- .
i fraternity. Varsity basebal I


Contributes this much in commemoraton of those of

i FLORIDA who have paid the supreme sacrifice.

O. T. McKeown

f ing in three months; received

commission after reaching J
France. Killed in action October : -

3, 1918. Faithful to every New York Racket
trust, obedient to his country'scall ::
Christ., diligent in his service for : /

James A. Johnson PAUL MOBLEY

Punta Gorda, Fla. Charlie Stockton
14, 15, 16, 17. Enlisted second

O. T. C. Ft. Oglethorpe, Geor- sity football squad, a member of s

gia, 1917; commissioned Dec. Paul Mobley was graduatedin Alpha Tau Omega fraternity,
i 1917; sent to France early in Law from the University in
Agricultural Club and other ac
1918; wounded many times and 1913, afterwards practicing his tivities. He was one of Florida's Shoes That Wear

gassed; killed in action Oct. 9, profession in his home town. He heroes
gallant giving his all
1918. Those who knew him best, went to France with the 318th
that Freedom
might not perish UNITED
loved him best. Field Artillery in September, from the land.
1918, and died like a soldier in


Sanford, Fla. \Ve remember him as one of Private William I. Gruncish

the kindliest men that we ever Company C, 15th Engineers
i Born at Sanford July 4, 1897; knew; he did not let his left
When I behold the -
t entered Arts and Science College hand know the good that his tense and tragic
j of fall of 1916 hand did rather he I night, See
University ; right ; cov- Shrouding the earth in vague, symbolic BURKHIM For
changed to part law same schol- ered his lovable character by a I gloom,

astic year; one year at this institution pretended surliness that was be- And when I think that, ere my fancy's LATEST STYLES IN

1 ; member Y. M. C. A., lied by the twinkle in his eyes. flight
Farr Literary Society, Freshman We shall never forget him. Has reached room the portals of the inner E.A.TSH.lILCHITTY&

i and "Rat" base-
Where ,
knightly ghosts guarding the "-
ball; enlisted U. S. Marines THE BEAUTY OF THE FLAGI secret ark

Sept. 9, 1918; died Paris Island, Of brave romance, through me shall .

S. C., Nov. 12,. of pneumonia. have seen the glories of Art sing again,
Enthusiasm and determinationmade and Architecture, and of Death may engulf me in eternal dark;
moun-j Still I have no regret nor poignant :
him one of the leaders tain and river. I have pain.

among his associates. sun set on the Jungfrau and the (Continued on next page) Gainevsille Fla_




da AJligatc I

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I I Better in one esctatie, epic day gate, I', I
To strike a blow for Glory and for I And hear your step and fly to your I
Truth, callEvery -
With ardent, singing heart to toss one of you won the war, I
away But you, you Dead, most of all!
In Freedom's bold cause my eager I -Reprinted by request from Scnb- t f I
youth, ner's Magazine for February 1919. f
When you want Sporting Goods BAIRD has it Than bear by one, as, weary years pass one EARL WIGGINS f

r .._ The knowledge of a sacred task un- Hawthorne, Fla. !
done. Born 1891 ; entered Law Col- t
<<:'" lege fall of 1913, graduating fall 1
RICHARD RAY'HITE of 1915. Entered service in December t
Starke, Fla. 1917, being first sta- I' '.

tioned at Camp Johnston, Fla.; i if
Ray White fell at the battle of later transferred to remount ser- i
Saint Mihiel on September 12, vice
Camp Travis, Texas; died i
1918, while leading his platoon of influenza in January, 1919. ;; I
iI against the enemy. He fought He will be remembered for his :

I enthusiasm, his earnestness, his #i :
I honestness and his loyalty. A ': I

good fellow, an excellent student j I'

Reach's Football Goods,Wright& Ditson Tennis Rackets and Athletic Goods, Eastman Ko s a successful lawyer, a I
daks and Supplies, Reach's Baseball Goods noble soldier, he gave his all ungrudgingly
Slugger Bats
all the
latest models
Remington that the cause of i "
U3LC.and Winchester Ammunition, Remington and Automatic Righ might '
Pump Guns. Remember we carry V. triumph over Evil. ,
i complete a stock as money can buy. PAUL LANIUsVlLLOUGHBY :

s4 Gainesville, Fla.
C I I 1.

Born Columbia, Mo., July 16, It; t tI
1898; moved with his parents 'i ii
i I in 1901 to Georgia, and attended 11I

school at Griffin, Sandersville, :
Wholesale and Retail t
I and College Park; moved to

: 5. Gainesville, Florida, 1912; gradr' I
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Baird Hardware CompanyPhone tt -f6 I *

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the battles of the Somme, the f
Marne, and in the sectors of
I. Soissons, and Marbache, and !

I Saint Mihiel. He was a true Paul Willcughby ;i

I soldier. uated at Gainesville High School I

We remember him as a quiet, 1916; entered University as i

reserved, dignified, yet always a freshman, September, 1916
J. good fellow. He was one of the after finishing Sophomore year I
founders of the chapter of Sig- enlisted in S. A. T. C. at the

DRUGGISTS"THE ma Alpha Epsilon of the Univer- University; soon sent to C. O. 1 I

sity. T. C. Camp Gordon, Georgia .

REXALL STORE" PHONE II upon signing of armistice asked t
YOU AND YOU for transfer back to University !
To the American Private in the I
S. A. T. C. returned
CENTS I=ORcwid Great War ; here Nov.
23, to take influenza and pneumonia ,
(/. (/ / Ky Edith Wharton three days after his ar-
t JVawti'We (ocr/JlcueJ
cZrJll J Copywright, 1910, by rival. He died December 2nd.A .
Charles Scribner's Sons member Methodist church,
Everyone of you won the war, Farr Literary and Flint Chemi-
make a specialty of Shoes for Dress and Service You and you and you- cal Societies, and Sigma Alpha 1
You that carry an unscathed head,
wear for Military purposes, also have a complete line You that halt with a broken tread, Epsilon fraternity. Kind and j
and oh, most of all, you Dead, you affectionate, we loved him dee ,
and Baseball.
Keds for Tennis Gymnasium ( Dead! votedly.

L.C. SMITH Li't up the Gates for these that ar I'''
last, AN APOLOGYThe i
North Side of Square That are last in the great Procession. '
editors of the Memorial
Let the living pour in, take possession, I
Section of the '
Flood back to the city, the ranch, the are ex- '
farm, ceedingly sorry that they are
'-' I:BtI! ill 1 The church and the college and mill, unable to publish the photograph :
IDII'ill fI
L ): 1 i Back to the office, the store, the ex- of every Florida boy that paid ...
>W :nange
the supreme sacrifice. It has .
Back to the wife with the babe on
FORBICYCLESMOTORCYLES her arm, been impossible to obtain every :
Sack to the mother that waits on the photograph and in some cases
& ACCESSORIESREPAIRING sill, we were even unable to obtain
And the supper that's hot on the data which would have served us

FREE AIR range. in the place of a photograph. .
And now, when the last of them all However we have been very ;
are by, .
Gainesville Fla. fortunate in obtaining a num-
r r8 East Main St. Be the Gates lifted up on high
To let the Others in, ber and have worked hard to secure -
Those Others, their brothers, that; the necessary data. As the
softly tread, Alligator goes to press some data ,
, C .H. COLES & SON That ground come, so thick; yet take no is coming in but unfortunatelywe t

received it too late for the
That are so many yet make no sound,
tND OPTICIANS Our Dead, our Dead, our Dead! publication.We .
EWEI-ERS O silent and secretly-moving throng, are however thankful to
GLASSES In your fifty thousand strong, those who have assisted us in 3 (
EYES Coming at dusk "yeti the wreaths making this memorial sheet, and 1
TESTED FITTED have dropt, we exceedingly regret that the ;
And the streets and music
are empty :
entire list of Florida's Immortals -

t Wi: DO OUR OWN LENSE GRINDING. NO DELAY Silently stopt coming, to hearts that wait could not be published. <
Dumb in the door and dumb at the THE EDITORS.


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Fl \-, May 23, 1919
Florida Alligator ,8 ,
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I It is not at all necessary to come to the bank personally- in When You're In Jacksonville, Of Cou .i, You'll

J' ., order to open a bank account with us or to make a deposit.

f o' 1$S : p:Jn a Your instructions received by mail will have the same COME TO FURCHGC ; ITS

or o n : prompt and careful attention as if you had yourself called
s f iaA"io For Smart Clothing and Furnisli) rigs.
I i; au in to see us.Lt .

I i ,.,iiiaWrq'1.u Ii' "?"u Start an account today with us by mail. When you find yourself in needOf

(I:; : ic77_ 'in Jacksonville fl 1llrj l m N milID\ ''fI':Vill Florida lliD1 1t9! } ]} Our Mail Order something Service in Will Gainesville Send, write It By u:Return,. Mail

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CO-EDUCATION THE I ual realize training that the of tjs people>t and and highest we QOV

I Ill NEW SOUTHERN HOTEL r:1c/u: JlffeJ i i!I SENSIBLE PLAN FOR :I forts association under of conditions both and sexes cooperation.conducive= are brought to proper out ef.

I This is
I G. A. DULEY, Prop. STATE INSTITUTIONS particularly true ,n education today

t RATES RE'7=tSONABL6: where the example application} to

Experienced Teacher Says that Rest be exchanged for the man's viewpoint;
Georgia Tech won in the Southern. Results Are Obtained Where Sexes and experience in the discussion of

Intercollegiate Architectural Contest Are Not Segregated. the subjects. The writer has experienced .

I this year. The first place was won a better percentage of actual
I by Harr Hirsch, of Tech., while sec- Many persons with and without connections study in young ladies' classes and has
j ond place went to J. R. Baty, of Rice with the University of Florida had the satisfaction that comes from
Institute.The have lately been arguing in favor of knowing that the lessons taught were
first two games of the big an- co-education in Florida's institutionsof more broadly applied and farreaehhg

; j Sunday Dinner at the White House? nual series with the University of higher learning. President Mur- in their results in men's schools, but
Georgia were lost by Tech. phree is said to be in favor of it, and it is in the co-educational class only

; We Always Have most of the state papers have advo- that the most complete satisfactionhas
i MARYLAND STATE REVIEW cated co-education. Professor A. D. come.

: A Good Dinner on'Sundays. St. Amant, who at present is filling Last but not least, attention might
I With twelve victories against one the chair of history and economics, be called to the inconsistency of our
i defeat to her credit, Maryland State who has had much experienceas
a man
in Florida
: Phone 68 for table reservations. arrangement today. What
College feels hopeful about the base- a teacher and superintendent in
seems to be good for the young peoplein
ball championship this year. She still the schools and colleges of Louisiana,
i summer is held to be bad in winter.
has eight games to play. said in an interview with an Alligator Our summer schools have found coeducation

representative this week that the
most satisfactory, while
THE ORACLE (Manatee) solution for Florida's problems in pro-
September comes each sex must hie
viding for higher education of her itself to its own world and work alone
We are pleased to see that put in co-educa-
Brown Bros Co. you youth, lay establishing in spite of certain popular notions
I ; out a paper, Manatee. Your editorialsare toin in both the University and the that "the good old summer time" hasa
very commendable. Try to get Florida State College for Women.
t certain tendency to distract one'i
out a few more issues next year. The substance of Professor St.Amant's .
Gainesville Florida
mind from work and to develop peculiar
discussion was as follows:
actions of the heart. But why
PIKE DANCE The recent difficulties regarding
of in ap- go on? The case seems to become
Buyers hickory stumpage propriaitons for the state institutionsof
more ridiculous as each new thought
A very delightful dance was givenby learning have served to bring out
Florida. If you have any hickory the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternityat one fact more clearly than all others. adduced..

their rooms last Saturday night. Besides and beyond the question of
trees write us The music was furnished by the Uni- the impracticability of having these HASHSLINGERS CHANGE NAME
schools dependent on legislative favor
large number of University boys and the larger matter of stabilizationof
and Gainesville people enjoyed the the state's revenues there loomsone The Brotherhood of Hashslingen

party, and when the time came to go to which the solution is clear. held a meeting at high noon Monday
home they left with the feeling of This relates to the wisdom, economic, and voted to change the name of the

C.I.ZARING&CO.WHOLESALE satisfaction that always results froman and social, of educating men and women Brotherhood to "The Cohort of the
evening well- pent. in separate institutions.If Damned". The Honorable Mr. Wallace -

the average man with somethinglike was unanimously elected to the

THE PAN-HELLENIC DANCE an equal number of boys and. office of "Guardian of the Sacred

GROCERS girls in his family were to go home Water-pitcher".
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA The members of the Stetson base- with a plan for separate maintenanceof I Mr. O'Bryant delivered a paper on,
I ball club, whose team played the university the two sexes, different places of "What you can't see don't hurt you"Mr. .

team on Thursday and Fridaywere recreation, separate dining rooms, Bivens then proposed that the of
entertained with a dance givenat parlors and culinary departments, he ficial song be entitled, "What yon
the Elks Club by the Pan-Hellenic would have difficulty convincing his don't know does you no harm". This

IDEAL FERTILIZERSCOMPLETE council last Friday night. wife that he had not been violatingthe esteemed brother also proposed that
The dance abounded in good old prohibition laws of the state, and the Cohorts' clogan be, "There ain't
"pep" from start to finish and it was it is likely that she would take the no rush". After an appropriate introduction -
said by many to be the best Pan-Hel- first opportunity to consult an alien- by the Head Bull Artist,

year. ist in his behalf. The plan would be Mr. Hargrave, the Cohort was favored
FORMULAS ANY ANALYSIS Among the guests present besidesthe so clearly impossible from a financial with an inspiring address by Mr. Pax-
Stetson men were the membersof standpoint and any reason he could ton on one of the most pertinent scientific -
PROPORTIONED TO PREVENT WASTE the Delta Rho Fraternity, a new give farfetched
so that he would be discoveries of the age, namely,
organization which has been founded properly regarded as non compos men- "A Man Can Live on Superheated Atmosphere
PROMPT SHIPMENT recently and which is warmly wel- tis. I and Cold Potatoes". The

I comed by the members of the existing Imagine even the same citizen at a: meeting closed with a wild floumh
Greek Letter organizations on the public meeting called to provide for I of soup-spocns.
campus. the common schools in his community
Wilson & Foomer Fertilizer Co. I Delicious fruit punch was served to advocating separate rooms and teachers FARR LITERARY SOCIETYThe
the thirsty dancers during the entire' for the boys and girls in the face

evening.At of present taxation
problems and ad-
i Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers J ten o'clock the University Jazz vanced demands in education. He Farr Literary Society met for
struck up a lively one-step and followed would not only be the last time this year on Monday
laughed to
Florida. scorn
Jacksonville ;
night. The made very
i it up by other snappy numbers whatever he advocated for program was
until one o'clock.BASEBALL many brief in order that the members might
years thereafter would be disregarded, hear the debate between Peabody aDd
by a disgusted citizenry who had no I
Farr Litt. .
RESULTS representatives.The
time for the views of one so dis
feature of the evening was s w
informal talk by Sergeant D. B. Hna
GAl N ESVI LLE, FLA. Dartmouth 9, Harvard 0. Any ,segregation business of the sexes in recreation dley on his many experiences in th
or education is cer-
INCORPORATED 1888 Columbia 7, Amhurst 5. tain to be attended by duplication of Panama Canal Zone.

CAPITAL $100,000.00SU Vermont 2, Wesleyan 1. many costs, both overhead and im
RPLUS $100,000.00GREE1VLE Dartmouth 5, Columbia 2. mediate. To ask the people of the Marriage is a sacred agreement between -

state to duplicate plants in every case I two people who do not knee
Margery: "John says he's mine till where a step is taken in educational each other, to spend all the rest tl
Niagara Falls. Isn't he cute?" their
lives doing Aeries of tbiDgS
progress or as the needs of their a
Ruth: "That's nothing. Ted says schools increase is ridiculous whenno at which neither of them! has had the
he's mine till cement walks.Ex.A such slightest and s1 H
AF & CROSBY CO. plan is proposed for any other experience
line of public activity. because they happen, in a world fB
JEWELERS AND PLATINUM SMITHS New Application of Science From the of millions of people to be lonesome-
First Frosh: "You know, they say standpoint of social development -Es.
that love is like Boyle's law". it is not only true thatno
Noted for Reliability of Fifty Years. Second Ditto: "How's that?" reasons exist for the segregation of

First Frosh: "The lower the gas, the sexes in education, but some very Dr. Newel L. Sims ?Vft this mornfcr
41 West Bay Street the higher the pressure"-Ex. strong reasons appear for coopera- for DeLand where ht. has been invited i
i tion. Instead of it's being dangerous to deliver the commencement address

Jacksonville Florida Indignant Farmer-"Don't you see for the young people, co-education isa to the graduating class of PeLan i i
that sign, 'Priyate, 'Xo Fishing Al- part, and a very essential part, of High School tonight The subject *
1 lowed?' their social development. We have his address will ;..', "Education1 i
'Class PinsRingsMedals and Trophies. outlived the days of of N*"
.. Angler-"I never read anything convents and Foundations for the league
...w.. marked 'Private".-Ex. monasteries for the moral and spirit- tions".

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9 Friday, May 23, 1919

AI L F ministrative staffs are in partitioned I
Otto F. Stock UNIVERSITY barracks, the classrooms in buildings

especially assigned.The SHOES
HAS STUDENT BODY school of engineering, which 1

Tailor includes mines, civil, electrical, and
OF FIVE THOUSANDWorld's mechanical engineering is housed in H H I
i five B. M. Tench
new buildings, erected almostover ,
1919 Spring & Summer
Samples on display night and in three aerodromesin
Largest University is Headedby which machine shops have been set o GAINESVILLE 0 ;

Most Famous Educators in up. Dr. Louis L. Reber dean of the '
Alteration, Repairing and Pressing America. University of Wisconsin, is director FLORIDA

i of this school. The college of fine E E

Paris, May 22.-A university madeto I arts has in addition to its headquarters t'

order and deliverd in a month's and classrooms, specially con-

time is, for better or worse, a typi- structed studios for architectural SHOESJ.
Gainesville Furniture Co.D .cally American achievement The A. drawing, for sketching and for model-

I E. F. university at Beaune, where ing. George S. Hellman of New York
some 5,000 American soldiers City is director, and with him are associated -
are pursuing h]lc ollUll (to! .
their academic year of three I Grosvenor Atterbury, Lorado !)

R Cox Proprietor months owns to that speedy origin. Taft, the Chicago sculptor, and Cap- DRUGGISTS II
It is in addition a startling educational tain Carl V. Burger. The registration The Rexall Store h o a e I 4 1
experiment, turning as it does a t in the school of fine arts is of Agents for
Phone 86 I strange physical face to old France course small compared to the regis- L1GGETS AND NORHIS' CANDIES

and new America. The opening of tration in the college of business, an
-- I an army uni"ersitywithin a month I approximate four percent in the for- SEE

after the site for its buildings was mer to a possible 40 percent in the .A... Vidal

chosen: is an achievement quite latter. That four percent however, FOR ; '
PALM PARLOR American in character. in addition to the advantage of work- Drugs, Stationery Toilet Article,
ing under such men as Hellman and
There are, nevertheless, certain Candies, Souvenir Cards ;
Atterbury and Taft, has all of Beaune Waterman's Pens .
sidelights and colors in this new aca- _
for a workshop and materials.The t<<
(? demic world at Beaune which set it
f :
ge College of Agriculture has as its !
I1lxeCandy apart from such conventional and Come to .
ea1J '
j I trammeled places as Yale and Harvard Doran's Bicycle Shop : I
of the Agricultural College of Dela- ,
and Columbia. The A. E. F. .
:!IS East Main Street
ware, and Dr. Butterfield, of the Y. M. "
University is part of the proof of the '
C. A. Army Educational Commis- for BICYCLES MOTORYCLE if
contention that the army waiting for
Soda and sion, and formerly of the Massachusetts t'l '
Cigars. demobilization, might be educated; REPAIRS I I
Agricultural College, is supervisor -
that there is a place behind the lines "
I of agricultural education, including The New Edison
J for the schoolroom and the laboratoryas ;
the Farm School at Allerey
'I well. as for entertainment and athletics. about 15 kilometers from Beaune,' "THE PHONOGRAPH WITH I: ;

Diamond Ice Co. which will help to feed the universitythis .
Dr. Anson Phelps Stokes of Yale summer. Dr. Spaulding, the A SOUL"Talking ;.' 1
when he sent his report to the government I.
Manufacturers of third member of the "Y" army educational -
Finest Crystal Ice after a survey of the educational I commission, is also connected Machines If :
needs of the last summer,
army with the school of agriculture in anadvisory
Cold Storage in Connection imitate the ArtistsThe !
recommended the foundation of a 1 capacity. The agriculturalschool I:
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA great university with affiliated army
faculty includes three Denver, New Edison Re-Creates :
--- schools in the field. The Army Educational -j Col., men, products of the Colorado ; J

I }.s. BODIFORD&CO. A. National Commission War Work of the Council Y. M., of C. Agricultural N. Shepardson School, Captain: Captain Lee Charles Foster, music in all its original i:: ;

DRUGGISTS which Dr. John Erskine of Columbia and Lincoln W. Barnes, a fourth mem- beauty.Come. j

GAINESVILLE FLORIDA I is chairman, and on which also act ber of the "Y" army educational com- to our store and learnof I
NORAH Dr. Kenyon L. Butterfield of the Massachusetts -I mission and formerly with the Federal J
what we mean by the phrase"Music's
TIES ]Prescriptions Called for and Delivered Agricultural College and Department of Agriculture.The .

FREE Dr. Frank E. Spaulding, superintendent director of the school of jour- ;Re-Creation." N

---- ------- of the Cleveland, 0., public nalism was the head of that schoolat
THE SANITARY schools, clung to that university as the University of Kansas, and the THE EDISON SHOP
the essential bone of its educational is made of men.
faculty up newspaper
AlachuaRestaurant BARBAR SHOP program. And when the army took The college of business is directed by 'On theSquare, North Side I

The over the educational work, includingthe William L. Lough, formerly of the
Promptness Courtesy program formulted by the Y. M. school of commerce of New York Uni- University Book Store

and Lunch RoomFOR Satisfaction i C. A. educational commission, and versity. Dr. Franklin W. Robinsonof r

I codified the sending of doughboy and the Institute of Musical Art of (Basement Language HUa) :
I officer alike to school and college un- New York City is director of the de-
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN i der General Orders Xos. 9 and 30, partment of music. Everythingfor
Hal a block from Atlantic Coast Line! !1 that visioned university ceased to be There is also the College of Law, i

DepotTelephone 'an illusion. It came off the paper and directed by Captain Warren H. Sea-

i i j took the flesh of reality down in a vey, formerly of the faculty of theHarvard !J
507 GAINESVILLE FLORIDA j f corner of the Cote d'Or in Burgundy, Law School, lately of the

Gainesville - FloridaTHE I on the edge of the little city of University of Oklahoma and who once ;
Beaune, about 35 kilometers south of organized and directed a law school in Students

SANITARY CLEANING MOLNAR'SDINING Dijon.In China; the College of Letters, directed "I
ANDPRESSING that particular spot was, during by )Iaj. William Hammond Parkerof -

COMPANY ROOMWhere the war, a great base hospital, en- the University of Kansas; the Col- FORD HEADQUARTERS

,larged, shortly before the armistice lege of Medicine, whose head is Col-
Get clothes cleaned and pressadin Prices are Just Right and Food is J.H. ALDERMAN, ProprietorTHEHOMEOFTHE !
I to take care of anticipated increasesin Joseph H. Ford, formerly professorof
the sanitary way. Served as You Like it casualties. G. H. Q. looked over, military surgery at the College of FAMOUS

FRENCH DRV CLEANINGAND ASK ANYBODY I the site and the 400 buildings of the Physicians and Surgeons in New York,

hospital base. It siezed, remodeled, and a College of Science, directed by
STEAM PRESSING W .S. Dorsey & Co partitioned off offices in barracks Lieutenant Colonel William F. Snow, FORDMOTOR

Saves Time EVERYTHING in GROCERIES where wounded men had lately lain, of the College of Medicine at Leland
Sa es Clothes I constructed sixty long rectangular Stanford University.A .

Saves Money barracks and five aerodromes affixed considerable number of these

Hat Cleaning and Blocking SpecialtyAlso I ForGondnessSahe signs to front of doors announcingthat men, and many of the large force of CARS
Steam Dyeing I Drink_ Dorsey's Delight Coffee here was the "Department of educators and inspectors in the various -
Phone 675 Give us a call Accessories, Supplies And Repairs
Music", or "Fine Arts", or "Engineer- collegiate departments were t
J. SEYKORA ing", gathered a faculty enrolled astudentbody brought over from the United States j
JOS. 3 9>)0)) )>>>>
American Shoe and lo, a university was by and at the expense of the Y. M.
born. Fourteen schools and 5,000 C. A. But the education of the soldier GainesvilleCocaCola ..

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR I students placed there in a month's. has been organized by a curious

[ aCompany Electric Appliances Electric Repairing time. Such speed is taken for granted combination of forces. The militaryand

Sterling National Mazda Lamps, All only by Americans.G. the educational theorist have been

114 West Main, North Sizes. 33 volt \Iazdas for fArm lighting H. Q. and the "Y" educational.. combined as never before. Studentswere Bottling Co. ..
enrolled from all *
commisison have set their J Corner Virginia Are. and Cntoa at
Telephone 139 CONNER & BOATRIGHT against a background whose age is as ranks; privates and officers sit side 'l '
I side in the Colleges of Engineering', Gainesville Fla.
Chevrolet old as France and whose charm is I Ii by .
i| that of the vine-covered Burgundan: and Music; they have registered for -co >>
Sales and Service j hills, of poplars etched against rolling: three months' time and may go or
Call and Delivery Free I horizons of1 flat green meadows and stay as they please if their Division

Phone 194T. insistent small brooks. Beaune is a I leaves before the end of that term. ALWAYp 4 I FOODHOW i
!iIr: city whose white stone walls and ivy- The faculty, however apart from the ;
hung gardens were making history six I men brought to France by the Y. M.

.F.TUOM! ,- .' i1dent R. W.TIIOo\ Treasurer O. II. TnO AS. Secretary centuries ago. It is small, but it has C. A., has been chosen almost entirely

Inc. the adequate perfections of surviving.1 from the army and was, so to speak
Thomas Company beauty. Its Notre Dame, a perfect conscripted. G. H. Q. looked throughits
Romanesque church completed in 1121. records and picked a professor of
HARDWARE IMPLEMENTS SEED and its Hotel de Dieu, built by Philip science from this artillery, organization j

le Bon, Duke of Burgundy. I a journalist from that, and a

_ Gainesville, Fla. Over an area a mile square stretch, law school instructor from another. To
AGENTS FOR the 400 former hospital buildings I Theatre
. the number of some 400 they were or- Lyric
CO. now class rooms, laboratories, dormitories -
THE INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER dered to Beaune and assigned to this
. and mess halls, with the 600 t
: and for the I or that school.
.d new buildings set up especially i
.:.':--> THE JOHN DEERE PLOW *X: >. purpose of the university.. These I iI t I
Tools schools include law, medicine, letters,i Dr. Murphree will make the com-
, : All Kinds of Farming business engineering, journalism, education -: mencement speech tonight for the Home of Bettet Pictures .

. fine arts, music and other! Plant City High School.
essential paths of learning. The ad- I IFlorid


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Florida Alligator 10 Slay 1919
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:I! Wilson Company THE BIG STORE

I i Invites the boys to come around often

Quality ServIce - - - -
Silk Four-in-Hand Ties -- - V,YA f and 43
- - $z ; and
Latest Fall Hats - ; $3.00
:. Ladies Ready Wear, Dry GoodsNotions, Curtains and Curtain 100 dozen Shirts - - - *7a' $1.00, j
Materials, Windowshades. Underwear, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs. Shoes-tin- hest in town .

; Gainesville Florida W.N.WILSON OwnerD
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Commanding Company M, 326th Florida

A. C. Brown, Asst. Quarantine AWARDED TO CAPTAIN InfantryOn
i( MOTOR CARS Inspector of the Plant Board is now August 2nd Company M returned -

in Miami on official business. ARTHUR ElliS HAMM'' to Noviant all primed for the State Collegefor

INTERNATIONALTRUCKS Dooley Bridges returned Monday raid. On the night of August 3rd the

II from a week-end visit with the home raiding party went forward to the i

folks. Mrs Hamm Receives Acknowledgment position where they were to jump off I : "Women.TALLAHASSEE

'1 Mr. E. G. Diamond went on his of Her Husband's Heroism.1 I into the old abandoned series of .
'11}t PARTS & SERVICE bi-monthly visit to Waldo last week Present Commander of His Company trenches between our line of outpostsand
Tells of Thrilling Battle. the German front line. Everyman
I for the purpose of delivering a sermon FLORIDA
LAUTZ AND HELVENSTONvOYLE there.H. was in his appointed position ,

l C. Johnson sojourned off to News has just been received that i and all was in readiness half an hour
the Distinguished Service Cross has before the time appointed for goingover.
BROS. Cedar Keys last week where he delivered -
two religious addresses.Mr. been bestowed posthumously upon The barrage was perfectly timed
Captain Arthur Ellis Hamm, Flor- and beautifully placed. At the soundof
1. FLASH LIGHTS Lawrence Mable Richey McKayand ida's dead hero who fell a victim to a the first gun the company swarmedout One of the Strongest and
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES his mother arrived last week. He Hun air raid 14, 1918.
i on September leading forward in a mad scramble Best
was sent by the Federal Board for Colleges in
: & John mother of
Mrs. K. Creevey, i the hill. The going was rough.
1 STORAGE BATTERIES Vocational Education and has taken Mrs. Hamm, sent the news in the following The hill was steep and its side was, the Country
up studies in the College of Agriculture. President A. A. Mur-
letter to covered with barbed wire, shell cra-
i I I .
phree: I ters, and remains of old trenches
t G. C. Roberts, recently of the Navy "Dear President Murphree: which had been blown to pieces. In

UNCLE MOSES visited the University last week. He "At my daughter, Mrs. Hamm's, request two minutes, the time allowed, the 1. College of Arts and Sciences

stopped by in order to greet old students I am sending you the accountof men were up the hill, and the ? 2. Normal School and Schoolof
H MONEY TO LOAN and professors. He hopes to the bestowal of the D. S. C. upon neared the crest the barrage jumped! Education.
reenter next fall. her husband, and the story, as told
back. The
line farther
the second
Strings and Musical Instruments : to 3. School of Home
Dick Merrin, a student in the Col- by Captain Ruge, of the Fliery Raid. raiding party penetrated to a point Economics
110-112 West Union Street
i lege of Engineering several years ago, (It was in this battle that Captain, behind the German third line trench,I 4. School of Music.

was on the campus last week.In Hamm displayed the heroism for:I climbing over or blowing their way 5. School of Art.

NICK DAMATONext the Psychological Laboratory which he was posthumously deco-I through five separate and distinct bar-I 6. School of Expression.

to McCollum's Drug Store Tuesday night the Philosophy I class rated.) Mrs. Hamm thinks that this' ricades of wire. All of the enemy were 7. Department of Business.
would be of interest to CaptainHamm's
with the Association
experimented promptly despatched. 8. Extension Division
Phone -- 511 fraternity."Mrs.
Word Test. Messrs. Moyer, Hartt
and the Hamm is working as Direct- Company M captured all of the Economics.
Ogilvie were suspected parties
: HIGH GRADETAILORING and after the test was given to the ress of the 'Comite American for the i identifications that were captured that 9. Graduate School.

men, Mr. Moyer was convicted and devastated regions of France, in Ble-! morning, captured two of the three
produced the stolen goods. rancourt (Aisne), as she says, finish machine guns that were brought in- Tuition free in all courses except

Miss Ethel Murrill of the State ing her husband's mission. The head- the first machine guns taken by the private lessons in Music;.
quarters of the unit, and her addressis National Army. Company M brought Art and Expression.For .
Plant Board Staff went to Tampa last
C. A. R. D., 15 Boulevard Lawnes, back to the American lines every man
Saturday to visit her father who was I
Paris, France." who went over, including four severe-
very ill. She has since returned.
r Mrs. Hamm thus describes the ly wounded men, and did not lose a,
Doctor Montgomery, Quarantine catalogue and other information -
simple of the bestowal of single man. Probably the coolest man
Inspector of the Plant Board left the write to
the D. S. C. upon herself, his widow, in the raiding party was Captain I
.l first part of this week for Orlandoto I in Paris, April 29th, 1919. Hamm. In an old raicoat which had
attend of the FloridaPostmaster's I
a meeting "I have just returned from General been torn to pieces by German barbed

Association. Headquarters, and over my heart is wire, with a walking stick in one REGISTRARCOLLEGE
I Professor A. D. St. Amant was visited pinned the ribbon of the D. S. C. and I hand, and a lighted cigar in the other,

I last week by his father-in-law,I the beautiful bronze cross is resting I Captain Hamm as he walked around FOR
Mr. Philemon H. Andrews and daughter against my husband's picture. It was the German lines that morning was a

Miss Bell Andrews of Raleigh, a very quiet and simple ceremony. I I picture of utter content. To look at "WOMENTALLAHASSEE
N. C. After spending four days in was taken into General Harts' of- him you would never know that there I
In The Good OldDays Of Sum FLA.
Gainesville the visitors left Monday fice, and :Major General Lewis came was a war going on. The last man to I ,
mer You Will Find It Worth afternoon. forward with the Cross in his hand. leave the German lines that morning I
Your While If You Patronize A I I Hamm. I
"'In the absence of General Harts was Captain He remained inside -
Tailor Who Can Fit Ycu Out I the enemy wire until long after
ODE TO MISS LEE from Paris, I present to you as next
In Style. of kin to Captain Arthur Ellis Hamm the last of his men returned to our
You will find here select the lines, making certain that none of
as a rangeof Our Distinguished Service Cross
profess who art in the lab,
fabrics and models as you will in the We glory to thy name do add. awarded him for valor. I want to his men was left behind. BURNETT

best Fashion Centers of MetropolitanlifeANDATGREATLYLOWER The congratulate you upon your husband's While The CLOTHIERNEWYORKRAGKET
famous lab thy queendom is. at Lesmenils on the 14th of
PRI- As thou glorious record as a soldier, and to
sayest so we do September Captain Arthur E. Hammwas
CES ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES With HCL and S02. say that his comrades will never for- killed near his P. C. in Hemin- VOIi1'1l SIDE OF SlUAR
in addition to a fine array of get his heroic deeds and his inspiring
I Give us each day our daily test. ville by a bomb dropped from a Ger-
conservative BUSINESS MODELS. '
And please forgive us of our errors. man plane. The loss of Captain Hamm -

: Be not tempted to give long lessons "I said, 'My husband would be very! is one which the men of his Company
it ;pri11i1tl1 Lest we fall into temptation.But proud, General Lewis, and I thank! will
never forget. Cool and collected -
lead us through the paths sublime you for him'.
Till we reach the heavenly clime, "Outside it happened that a band in time of danger, ever con

send it toPEPPER. There to ponder and debateOn was playing, and the sun was shining. siderate of the welfare of his men, Agent forFLORSHE1M

-ous andic andite andate.. And so my Arthur received his D. a finer officer would be difficult to find SHOES
H. F. B. S.C."
in the American army. I -

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'7 AL Vol Vii IRE up Sr' I C 7 I / a C ''p1 C. / AU U r C L lx '-Florida, GainLsIiQ, Fritia, ?da 22 191V) WIS FARR (oVWNG CUP IS GA TORS T AKE TWO GRAN[ n lrWON BY COLLEGE OF MORE GAMES PROM TO FOR BIBLE ARTS AND SCIENCES STETSON'S NINE iii' CONTEST Gators ( ume Out Ahead in Southeasterfl Intercollegiate Bible Stind) Contest. Auburn Takes Second Place. Tht* in Si udh Co itest to which the Urn' ctety if Florida i'hallengel all the I t'r uilleges in the South came to 'Li iiil Iast "eek and the Florid'. bl', i'fme out on the top by a gund lma 'UTy The score "as 737 b f 'tuicrnt buds 'inruledh m Bible Studys 70, ut tendanm The \li' at AubuFI ir 71 > tenditml V C ii ' claw. III tutedl bN Mr XbI. ha, tdultt a billet the u irk a uit But lth benetil d the~ y ti gin ill ai: anILi the hanit lt' LVI I dt' SF:! \ Ii 1 it' t luu ('tilt tihe Io rolL.y Sunit!a Imi thi Fu II, Ii mI Li IN tmiltliflttt Il actual atntle' tO be uLE11Ltttliift! Flit olli' f ''II icxl liii I bible nitlei to be Ial 11ttendmgfl 'fl thi fiustmin '1 Ut At Na I Ih I h ii I t' tiuli Fit [eure I he N-1 opportuti' II Il ut ii tf 'tt ilthe 'I it lili F '-. Li i 1,t'A ii t Ii FL ht tI' 'I 'Ii lid' I't '1 i\ -n f "4U? - uha it 'i teyars i--tn 'ill' t waI R. Stein The a 4' P011t Tie Sthe I--uts a In ttITit,?y y -tal t tt ina Iw'ithe t!112 fI thL it' I. I it' 12' Ill oF Cu ti II' Iu I thi In -. F tt'FI ltr'A I'" Li ii Iii AIi"'A teil by -n.It'l umntt' l Ini Li *IIi I ''t IIt afUn IL--I hu't LFDIub hut that P'-'F. -ti 'LII '-''I n \ I i -. it.Iiill-s nthletn julljtltiflt fir tint poitb lthe -. au'na.t t aiduiaki-t it the N SI. C -'t r Lhid here VICEPRES.FARR GIVES FAREWELL ADDRESS TO STUDENT BODY ~Ut t lt IT'!-t'e I iit t hutll hn ime th-i \iiIt it -\pr : t [itt tin Ii to Rubt ble'I 'e I iii' liit' III the a hi' 't' ''a -ii t itu SI tLLUt ll ii, i L he I u F Fit lt'[ titl ii t t (0t m'It St ii i t'tle -" c"', i A ktpt ti ii lape ti ft'i F'lui I 'p Icrful I ty w i un t the iii, i -F"'it i iatl t rIo I L~i liu it m'. ii.I2 to ImtM bi,,'' Iir I-ti Wih mlat i It in A Mu Item~ itit I A, 5*ii I Ft m itt Li': TI (' 1' w t put tI I ;amn> 11 IAN pit'. mii.nLt Vi' V it ml l~eL'In. d gal t F1 r tnti of tm abItg > thY 'I tii'o i b I e ent u'At lie V A g't 'IO iart a Ii' %a" a jut hie ti -t LIot. 1u Li mdi. t tilt t 'i i-I iha t hut I hi' SitII t~t uittl F:' ti t tw IL'i \ Irk (tt afmthe bix Sttoni it'-. I',' Ii V I \bI' att, l itf a e tt k ''h i-on' to. It li Xi. N. 'I t.eif 'l-l uph -I i it ii] \'b 'I ''lnt -t lst litilt' 'A t IF'L it < ii it' tii e paat \b Rut iti Iti ILL .2 K ii F --al n""t .itd ut I: 'I *'ui, <. I 'mtn, -4 IX i Gt ntr. + 'It H 'It' It TI N iai I o 1 I ~to 'ita' 1i ut ., ;I IIf

Florida AIliga THE FLOR I AIGATO[RQ Printed and published by students of the Ln risrity of Florda every' Thursday n their own prnt shop on the campus Staff DU KE WILLIAMIS Editor mn I hMef BENJAMIN ARCHER -M1ng. Editor M. STEIN Asst M1ng. Editor REGINALD DeSILVA Local Editor L)EWEY LiYE Athktic Editor WAN E HUFF Society Editor RALPH BIN[ (HP Contributing Ed. HIERHT. IItIELLAN tER, Ex. Editor Bustjess Department RtALAHI STOIITAMIltE fluMgr \WAITF: GLNN Cir ulatitin Mgr RANDALL hlUNTER and Gi LHEtT CUTi IS __ Printers Entertti Sepjteminber i'Iate all it-ns -i bo hatet-Tht .7 .7 > 1912. at the e, IIa ,undltr t omm Iiunit at ins Xe, diesignlatud 1'eabodv anti s matter. postolficehn, Att of and news fir that Lanivuage IFIoriuli Alligator. $1 00. w ish&-s to think the :iiuni and fier of tht ititut iln, .iid -jpecitlis the 'ew-jptir thii fout thi. 'tate wiho 'inn su ricill to tur ati ini thm' rtt-tit tihmetr of redhul ailflIItion, ne ft I that "e on C g1 the uit naturally we a retro-ptt I'e auid u'out a li tnit ani' ILith Il mi' iir. I lie 2r phit It-' I 'I p Li' i' wlht As year, we take all \!e tai lOt 4 (cult-2tunilqiioluil id But st'miih' old spUitt little. Jitpa,2u thitre, we rtm" student bod F n-~' ~ --! AL i+Li1 lit't'Ilt-Qt kni. to ittliNt ii 'ti Ia t 4X t nd it 'It If I '' \RI) owe if ou look ba k ent of ltf after thn S ew sc wle thiml. Wte wt flunt.nt nt uallh,1httl I h to bi no at| *o a I ht ed! p rI t t ii 9 that a fellow has to keep up in h:s studies along with these many outaide affairs If he fails to do this he is certainly unhappy, and ei entually, a "goner"'; for after all, the primary end of our existtncc in rollere Ihi~ i~ th e r ng n ed of p ree er t-la Lih lzation -mien witP. ability t think, to bring the light to thiue i dat kness Athe Giamni e Sun stated ret entih in an editoridI 0n higher education, "You rat eS illan os er-educ atetd man" So in re' ic"wg the ptrt we fit that wie tall safely vOnltle that m I -pite of >ome it-grit of rreIt'i all-I aln atmiiiphire nloe or Iceof ju-t_hed Ici it', after all the t jnfu-ioni an trialof the war period. we ba' e ae tually Act omphulhed a gleat deal A1(,st of ill. we atre prepiat ci to schedulee the bigvet sear in the hatory tif our ri-titution, betgmmnirg s'Uli uhrn mg fall term A he .t~ 18 Then iitth our Al lit I adi of u-i (ommeln-t mnrt, 1uolwe gol nut fti prL tt alt\ four Sof sat ttioii XVilI w ft-e ma Mater then, or w ill w t kert ti -hp, ht tit? Nexn un it illm Ii iat Ju 'lt: for tie is tlt Fi p nl 's organized in can certamfl phase of our I So there is whby the In: o'er the top 'thuo next 't to ha' e a big .Ve can get u, tbe un par this summer the namne of o iaiy Southkern Let us tram n hemiember' e'Cry res] be looke soliege 1i1 not the si inersty s mi everythj n take a ear Frllo st hool. th it if we mtt if Ott arnd next ld Florida UnR ersty e Cs tint urne i ti' ncr e intbtlicnt thIree-fo th an to st ortfourthi ditf vtor ( Some A Ltn I' the will -how 't'.in t tii lie I -unL tillwhi tOur it to upk V cedI ii in I i-m ublit rat d I )ut fo teen trrangtd-im n set an' thimg 't w 4 go after it hLidi Vt Iba'i a w; mmlin Next sear. Sn r A gottd athlete t) tendd, t go to ti *l ida And iext I ney lik start befo rt stth{Li I pen1 ais tt unlet ided. e' I -all mrtcrc-tedI that it w; fal -ibil., 41' I-i ,nt if thifill tI h>-t t l foothi t kee it South 'a i e Li 'Ili i t n urnpr tine I: A} We we rut' he sun ig a lit-. ser, thitrima Ti wll i mluit ha' ( Xi ifmhig Itm tl Then we al look toto m 'itut a Pr On ii tirni of the V' V ake a spectaity of qtdnt 0neoftiebi thing' ii miI l the out -m f ditrtt tyltertt urniir if the -tube aflet tel, thjohin 0(1-i mi igt lpliilt. t he go' i holis withim the "li L 't 11 \ 1)1' Il-I Liii (lii Special Rates to Satisfaction Gual Ou Wvi neted J 0. Adkins \AttOrfl_\ and ( oti Gdini -ll WI"' scilur nt FAUX FIo I Keds duriti riier x'acati() get di line nt Ii atweI C\cr~ ud\. 111fl5 'uSita.fleL tu 'I 'lOT lit i ''( i la isn l n int Lith tul t The i t t I POST West Palm Beach. Florida D r.Tench fetismth offie i"haj St ra udents rteed 'A~ l~ 1~~' Lii ii i -t U ~ I ()U t Il-I ~~1prices right. L. C-SM HIShiVi G A IR,! NI l6 im u 41te airea. bl of "ut .' t RELIABLE PAWN SH OP A Full Line of Musical Instruments MILLER'S \4-nI I ur -'itt/f, ~qn II 01Wor II i /, -c Palm eaC [XP[RT R[PAI UIARA) I0 \ I EID a e ial t and A work wil be mme theoly Ishot at Washsreton -09 0 h n


* orida A JACF "The ~ TH E ONIVILLI Phonle 148 uNILLE, FLA. A LLI(AI.()R Xn Interiw In II I I t Vih I 'I eri,ichure ci rttI thIo tin thi -ui'' ,rlf htiie, r terig u~fti at -it-li 44 the retjter al wai -i trut. Cu. Juil, rUhaiL the ,t-t hi I fv'u of till ycur Ils lit---ik K lThe at 4 I [ i -. 4 SubFPt -, t' t e-I ti, urit t. jut I o fvw I it unti 'i Is, t e t\k, ll Ir ibti ui .1bo-. i I *-t I -I ti i iih tilL .f iie ''ill tn U tci-UaI it "a. i fit ht Il hv1gutte iii -nul .tt. '''U untw the t nIIk ,hiUC It.a i'I ut .1 I n Ni -i 1 it XI I i'd in lilt iii the K h4k~ PAINT )'1 II{CI Jacksonville Ga. tFla. -3 S P a i fTh. C I '-, I.tAt I I f I f I rdI doubt i What About I 1. 'I A ~1 Ix I' Il I I A fb ti, be :,tt a t I \hit .1nn l'se .11 -atme iF 211I a / iii -Uniii c Sthemi linti C -al, ti it/ !tIIall\. l i i N e~neI ''n til with ai t4o 'IL thu Math t ii take !i('441 tnlnt4I ', l ar I i ii> sit i '121 ii an Sa itIpi Il !l' It' 4,t! digot tL iiinIhe lv biin "A It I 'ii' 1'' -1 Ar .ii I L -* U A i "' "t t a u t r 'Lt, vi >' I I'Ut Ka s 'lilt t i b it. tst Sof the' a Nt t liii ''ii t5 L Ie I t'' 'U LII ~i''vi~ I ~'t ti't It 'I auLi ftu "T '" a bg lii i Do You Know e tO krnou a thing about thm t4) buy Au are ~~ 41btheeae "" K ''"V1, Irt 4Lu!41 I 'A3 i'"' Vr LI: t K 'u e -'it 'I NA IN \' "tli 1" Lera Voth It N'. A r I uit NNhat PIrt'r ha P1 T moets F1\IELX\ A-, i.: FR' 'Al X\ hOI.ts t a)t I 1PO\\:R. TAII A ( T) (Im I.' S .-Li: $25,$30,$35,$40,$50,$60 .J 4 -~ -t*Z A 1*-.4 r4-t I.'* V 41/2 I I I tI "In the Heart of Three Big Cities Ja 'if -'-ii z i [Iu l'uf' s~i 'h Ie ,uity uIt All t th it /V ur III 'i t ha V I t It I SOI\ Ile I hri n~ am I 'N I I CN N Ask 1* it III. II 4. ii *' .L h uI 'it Popular Prices at9 D Cleaner [rom-i Dealers for our \I \AILE Is thle 4!l itI ;)h(Jt( grphitj for dhe 1 \x crsl\ ol ioi ida Clothes? (n Il t 3IS(Jl I I.\ 3 ( (UR(NKR{ INSIDE INFORMATION FODA THE UNINITIATED u (at I' 4n LI flmt a l It ~ a t \N t to >j ST S I.E> F>l 'U MEN ( MALI ES AT S.A\ XI ) )E I)ISTIN( lo }KNuN >THA\\S \\ERS As (uf1l AS i loos ( (). \n ad I ,Auri 1922 921 ~ Ae. Popular Goods at I 'LI.;'iuku .4'e -llet Iiir m2 a 'ui thle flor&4 .4 L ti thut fmt ''uglit rlul' rfl I uht up, -1 aI CIe XI ii will remove all the dirt anythiing a demonstration. DOZIER & GAY (Jo. Atlanta D knmi the soler y ou non -pru.g sty a -a s den a a nt-hs tone m1._eim u 1 i a u b i I 1 -.


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Florida Allig. _ __ _ _ _ _ _ P ringing P >t dOWnlto a up to I, ,ra'r~ It a standard 'F price.S ervice too.! minnepolis 3lin. 11 t LIV ilgi 1:' .tl -II Igh >~ Agn, .!t ( 'liuyi V I. 1'I I. gl~tI Pepper Printing Co. -kg II r~ i Iii ~-tt~ 't~ I I' itlt~-. K~ p -~ P. >lgIIl. Alpha at~1 P Phone 136 Gainesville Florida I -t I I ii~r ., I-' I! ii I p Donald Ni. I kidr 2I 'dint .Jthn,. \\ ILEY H-. HI aRDl I .1.114 S. Brann iiIE~ hi i (kl. Fla -1' i,-i I I.1 1 3 In 'I Li \V' H. Hurlird Some sleep in Fiance the lilies white, Utheis in Nat Carson America, tr' of right; But in France or under ij II I 'ii hIInn p ii~ I I ixtilt p I> the IL: It 'U Amer11 CIU their memories w iii be Kept as bright and eierIlisting as the wa'es of the 'ea. ft A. Duke-, IA. M. Gibb, I o 'I iii 'i I ua~ g lid: I av LI t IIJ I A il I hI nIrI T1 II E (lothier Arthur F IHammr Bret Hart In1. Ra n I> IN ii, M li I 0' lip, I J M%. Hattomn II I, i I I IV I~i ''hit. I TI It. T. F. THOMAS, President --R. W. THOMAS, Hard ware, Treasurer Company ImH tlCImenit-. Scud I it H i4ii usterY (.om{ pa~i II\ .1 Iii T'HE JOH N DEEREi )I A W C) ALL K NL)S )II IAR M1ING T(K); S L~~ IZI II ( tI!II lit i .lay ksi'i.S \\hmn* I ,I E. I lI \ i I Popular goods West at Side popular urices Square I'tIN 2' -1 t'' I.>' ''It,; ,t' U't III Ii.) FSe X~ rthntzia S IrngPit.AgriLuh1 'i TyIj '1 17 .*n F S A Sr 1 E' S *t *-. S BA IKW I Eserett dioude I iii ii '~ dill iwiley H '1 it Martin it. IDail Burnett land. I Li Thomas -0. H. THOMAS, Secretar Ii Nd Inc. y Thie Inftcrnlatitonal II dn I L. I I: I' r W r -r C \' T'TT I I 'f -v l~*Ia. Ii a nd i b ull I i \u \\ t 11: W. Barkwell ths and i h n{ I ha H n i ed Nos 1,. 1917 l'l \ I


CMESNL S (7l 0iu. t Nick Dan .4' The Altering Gainesville Wilso Com pa Florid fly ladies Read y \\'car, urtains and C urtalin i I ij:j s liades. Gainesville Hlorda The Big Store InI\ itC thii hI)s 1( I. I nit uun Mill,, our Ln -l1indfl I 'Il Au, '. N Is 40, LICId'\ terr I llier' \XV.N.\\'IIS()N, W. M.Johnson Dru ggist I)! lgS. ( It. al .t I 1 i \ i Iv (''CnI I I'II lhilt SI ndI Li s [ I Sil THE WHITE HO USE ( ontz liti I IA )!Il) \ In Iii'a i ''lit I New York Racket GENTS FURNISHERS I 1-~t V a SHOES5 'Milhi Tailor A I ry ( N\ ti TIe S II 2 'hI Iii 'I ;L U)x\ LIr 21k I a E spIInI i I atest Fall lhus lo dozen shirts \\est \lun and l'remil runi Ilandkersluets


9 0 --Er., iT) rAt Sbht,; f''r t'I} L ifo When iu want Sportiii g N BA IRI) it, ,tt arnr v.rg nt-art la re d e It -Fr *~ i\l. Hawthurne. ii HorI 9 I i 1,. En K r .1. lItCH-ARID RAY n H-ITE Starke. Via. .t Ve -. sITITd a Rae \Vhii c Samnt M1ilieI feil at the hapt ~ (nIDtmbr 191 s whii. leading hi agam t t he em V. -; iiaton lit !u'rht li u it th i h i 4in t t-nt. a grudgirigl~ Rigli might ( I'AI]. [AM I1astman No I r r -t 'ti i.t can buy. It ha' GaIfleile I-Ie >.n I Wholesale and Retail Baird Hardware Company Phone I I' I kit '.iw. I.', KI. \Y. x 11 a In iii tli nit N' :2'nXI I. H S .r u and i latbce Ii I, .McCOL LUM I & Ii ~yI ii CO7. It 'Li hilt II I.hhhtt 111 A~pt IKh in the "TIIE v REX ALL ST'(ORE"' naNTrs CU V PHONE I=ZOR It j'.> >AI dih wh '/1 j Ii' e nmakc a slptCiLI (>1 xvear for \lilitair' ipurp shoIt Ho Drew indl er\ II tA PoS.s 11s0 I)1\e ai kComltC Keds for VTeniis GC mnIsum and ikasthail I in* t \ ''It North Side ot S ci ~iI.rJ1I50 '-quare I -tt' '1 tri. 'U4nI .1, tar! (. t~& 4 I I~ -' rn tvfii Ill.Iii t l\i t& Ii' U Ii t 4 41 -n lit' I. -4.-2 I Reach's 1 daks and Supp Football Goods, \Vright & bes, Reach's Baseball Goods, Louis-iIle complete a r.M.C. and \\ mehester Ammunition, Remit, stock Iiitson Tennis Rackets and .\thlItii as money Slugger gton and Automatic Pump IBa s all the Ilest mo del s, 1< mmin zon' Guins. Rem timber V t CarrT.\ 'N .2 .', ,1-L .1 -* 4[ I A I. I XN XI'(IIAIf,\ I,,,, a 11 le nood J N' n ylorida Alligar Goot .W

Ir is not at all necessary to come to the bank personal!) in order to open a bank Ycur instructions prompt and careful account with receix ed us or to make .i deposit. bI mail xxill have iha same attention as if (iol hiad ourself called in tbe s Stat n ccount odayxxit us I, mail. 4 a WVhe n Youre I n COME Fur S mnart When )f SOmlt (Iir iaji ( 1~ Iac kso n ville. (i f L TO FUR CHGC (9 1 thi i g wu ind Sing in terv ICe \ourslf i Gain cxilc \\il Send ii ti B Ilk K C. r~Es S REnhsQNshB A 1NEZVILLEF, FLORIDA < I I J I i[ v 1 I. I (#1 tnte Art N't t gret'Ut(I. I\ Jf ~ I 'A I! 1> 1 In! e I I Bat>, Of \I~i li-t: i tiI\tithE]VtL i lii p.4 it jilt Sunday 1<1W tDin ncr at ihe White REX IE\\ .\ Gjood Sundr\ s. .Ite i tv ',r i\l aisa Mtat, it t lL' 1 'ha! Ls f1+ 'siipful t han nio I. i IL t r iliuut thy Iiihe Sht d tetJht 2a di' to pL ( %Iaiiattt) li lt I o :A p g : LI \Ii Le Lit 'If. dilL,. t'-i, ii'x t i LI' PI IE I)\\t EF i\' Tii I at' i',iI It tte a t u I t Lt A Iii 4,1 \ rhi 1c\ 'A Liifl L~lit Lit *rJIILIlitiLLIILJ[t\ t -it, t \1)1 .lii. iI ( H t. tui ttti {t WI at -fat ta ]tI b ft ith thu ftyln thLit al ,if LI ut, frtiw i LI *'L1 LUL! 1)ANM:L II I~ i'. LII' L.*~ f111iI~ Vt It n~m p aII i LII ui t i .ni' I Iii U -!,l\ ,11.11 L i -Ii 4E. It U t F li.i~i!iit\. I Vt I' it I, t LILO i-I, 'Li Li I I~ I~ j ii I i I Fs} [ SUfl''i I I.i -a .-., .. i\XElt\LI. REsi LTs Jacksonville 2 *'i T S and F-urn I mXi I l ( t a t i n t i ti ,I._\t I I I! V I, } A 'I'. (I a J.\(KSONvILILE Win >1.1 S is I Iit I It -I-i 'it 4 LI V \ I Florida Alligator 8 .-.-. I PHDNE 10 T n of the er 1 our edito a et \ e[ \ | t a ifUI ilslHt e MaUl\e ] M l'i hajoa Alpha tiateintt t their own let Satuala,\ }|t.tijJle enjObell \ alli t ] I lat t liitt t einle it) ft nu a us li ,a t t Gnomas i ... 1


Fadl Abi. SIy li kra s. -3 A.E Stock Tailor pring & Surmmer Samnples on display aeration, Repairing and Pressing F5UNIVERSITY HAS STUDENT BODY OF FIVE THOUSAND V. rid-, Iarter-t hbiIFns a: Cm. ae Ct 1.a., are k-I I. r ~. err S A S. .t .-a. I nor-tn Htadd mouEduratr. I, -I Ct 0 CE 1~* H B. 0 M. E GAINESVILLE FLORIDA 6aimesvile frrnture Co. I A II -. r -C D .It .('ox, Proprietor I: Pho IA C I, PALM / fT ( 2F( )/ 1 r -h PARLOR (' -S H 0 E S A *\ V~. I~1CXJT ~, %-~-, [P1 SI' .' 'I 0' 5 SEE a. ii. r aal FOR .'C I Vt Do r a r B Nt t S.,j t C C andy Soda and Cigars. 1.i,.c N~. I. Diamond kce Co. II.N. "THE PHONOGRAPH WITH A SOUL K: n \1.> >n0t. Col Storagc G.\!NLS\ I LI 1. -im (%mncction I LIA IAl SN itte Ne E tih> Ain -.v. 1 cadcS I.S. B( )DIP ( R I c (t. G1A1IES\LL 1 FLRx ) Pre r1 p11') Clit 1 \ N m1U>IC ln 4:. 'A U>s U! 121 U b e dtt *V 10: .d [}e grcdi t tom1 po ,t .eae F -: If it h Lt. I. lm F bie I e-C I VA TIg retti) -txfh t.L U. I I' -' --a-I L'f Vi-,. Uf t ii V to I II F ii. -a' >Ut t N N I Ii I ii' Ii F I \ '~~t S Ft i\t~ .M. QI, ~ lif r it At~. Cai Il r IA P r'' t5 [) Cii ., t J I ri A~ I *3I$ S ~ I (hr flu-\ LII It I i'i.iXI. 114 We ~~~' I i-iQN4. Otto F 191 S rench H 0 E I -i nest (ir' tal icc N I1% r S I L xx N Tn "'I (It I' Get yo N'' : td --, L. Ii Hat cx T J N *\ XI -----------I he ll4 Wee a u 1919 ({.:?


2 Florida Alb:;-ator 10 w taison folk>. Mr. E ii-m1Onlth 'i .~\-up di luItturi ti Aliar.Ki~ ttk-iui.I '~ -it ~ uP IKe tLeflkc G 'I nIt 'dli for the purpose if dehne vi mon there II. ( Jvhinston ujurIIt te(Iar 1Keys la-t 'Aet k where Ii'eredi two reilgloufddr-vMr. Laurentt Alalle Jaht mv vas -eit liy the l'idiral 1B,,i up ,tudie,, In i ttitel.2 Lif A tie. U. C Robert-, ret cpt[ f the cited th1e t tvi-tx it-t -topped UsIl i rdii14 t? eiiit rt'i'ttei ne't fill iltk Mlerrm. a 4tu'i t m t wa d the t~t t unAiL' lt ue t LU til IP~ ii I, Ltuethty mlILh t Ph p XWori T.'t AliXi alii aft Eta i un aAim-Eth~ I\uri L i d iit LI 'lit nitu Ia pt t ftoEr ut' I arE dl, 'a: N k. IService Ladies Ready Wear, Dry GoodsNotions, Curtains and Curtain Materials, Windowshades. Gainesville VELE & CHEVROLET MOTOR CARS INERATINALNNI TRUCKS PARTS & SERVICE LAUT/ AND ILEIX\INSTON FLASHl LIGhTs LLE Tnic St ii'iii-, Si ()RACI. .\T I FRIES N fis NICK DAMATO IIOIW ---__ -311 AI-GGH GRADE TAI LORING >PttLnt~ Ior N I nhs to _4 lin The ( Pod ( )dl~ai' (USum. Iner nitu \\ ill I indl It \\ tirti) Sour \\ hilt I f 3 mi l'ilromi/e .\ In Sb t. e ifmANI) .IGiIEATL lOW EU PRICE> ALL TIIE LATEST Nt \ EL--TiEts adiitti ti ai fu rrta 01 eum-er' ate IURINFS .\ItuIhELS urinkiitr~ A I eo t14 t jUt11 attI iii Florida D1 S, C, POSTHUMOUSLY AWARDED TO CAPTAIN ARTHUR ELLS HAMM Mr,. Hamm iiene -,cknow! oh Her HusbandHleroinm. I'rttstnt tomm wander 0f Ha t unpans fells ot Thrillng Haltte. N to d-the fur Al k Al>e ha~u-t iin Ar!li! dead hi rt, tr idiii -. John N ldihlumet ImL htter to I bcet r' hit fela the nle' itu-nt '4' y l)etr Ii eer>t )lu ie "At iii ,iatuJdttr. -t'" tf tihe It tsd uft ( aly ( it a Rut', of > Li t u i iln tlL lhat ~tttjl N -iLatu nri ti Iiiitt vii toi ttl 'A t Sltu I, tt i.t. tur t 0 imivtL': iof the 1 lii Xli lf'inhm'ii I \'u ttr AlBill \'l n~ of Ift iiio thuJ GL1tE NlTp \Art The funmul4h tiN JUt Athtu,i -e~vt -iie wX th HI< I. d S(U h uvat thpriN tU! 'II; L> -t we fil mit' Itt -I ea i. <''I IL I? I II lit ~ttt't U I' TI AL I t'~~ (it ih :e U t he I0 H t I nt t Il nui j 'Luig t Ili\it ou judL t I I artI t't p i t t h I > 'ii I~ iI. Ii I Vt I -. I uum to brii. 1li ,c mIth. 1>f smthe f'iA A Xli,thle attYLUit Sr .t tju ht i a l -Ii, flu ttp, hat tILLI I i'tU f,,1hi. ofF liit 4 t ~l-I ..It. 'll lil I r' HE BIG S t \ Lrt Wan nat rra# aimt Id? Fo>o Ad> LU ', rejdmi! *4~ 1)O ittfl sfoeIL Lm itpti:e'Wfo amhit't lt' h Ort dwi,}O i't f l> 2i41i hmlii tiutfil~ Flae ii \ tht'ou 4' Nt tUjun VitheO'lar}*atm' t,. 1'UL tu O to u 4 II 'I! uI tV pttL lit lt t u t ) I I-i A \ TE IIn flt' I--, % s ilt Sta or One B est (ia V A~L YCOll~ce \omn ot th0 strongest ard WVom is CoIlre~ the Ciuntry ( n, ""ij < k(Al~ -i t t UTr bt lit if the b -tN a tt ,it' f-on Gi' i~ rn P It F Li' ''I it *i~-i I ~ 44-ii Iii liti' tpt it Pit Vt lii tiLl ~iIL' Nt \,rhmi, F~ If' it St Niti I liii I Nt'.I Up' n oul A -,Iirt' oh~ml iti' iii fin ii, (hilt-. Eu Vt'itii -p Xrtt ~ur cium~.I K be i-I ti i-Il I Li' t I ihi k 'I } 't! I -LIltit 4 HI1~ ii I I -a t\'ii p--i t~ 4, SII Ii \P% XX i *ptuii r IN TALLAHASEE, FLA ----I U' IN' I 1Lp Xi> BUR NETT Piae CLOTHIER \''91 NE\\ \O 71. R h FLORSII Slh 4 m14ntxu Wheny7ouwa at Sporting Goods BAIrp .1 has it Quality Company LOCALS sill.I ~il{ L I. .11 I Ia W.N.WILSON, Own UNCLE MOES M ONE-Y TIO LOA sItings and \IusicM I instrti in 1141-112 Wedt ip Stn tr-it 'I 'IC send it to PEPPER. act am -%3!.10 last week t t t L 1 1 t u t t r ,n E