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Ward Talks to Battalion at Will be Betw'n Lawyers Tl'amsd\i i-ed to Begin: Training at
WITH CENSUS Teachers--Farr Lit Will Enter Finals
Afternoon Hour, and :Makes Suggestions BUREAU. FROM GEORGIA. Once-Discus Throwing Event New I
With Winners.
for Betterment ofIen: Two Here, Will be Feature of This

Urges Co-Operation to Keep School Some cf Thf>!Positions Still Open- Tryouts for the Louisiana Stat Important Office in I nh l'rsitStull'nt Year's Meet-Information__ Can Be ,

in Di-tinguished College Group. ,, Applicant Mu-t Acquainted d With Body Vacant When Presi i I'at I cf : Obtained From Hu-'r. I'
debate will be
University en Monday
-- i Farm Life and Must: Ila\e Office Combined Senior Class Leases
Malcolm Yancey, of Plant City, a ,' Experience to Qualify for LucrativePositions. night, February 23rd. The question School. In preparation: for the coming InterScholastic -

Senior in the Ag. College, will be' : : ; for debate is: "Resolved, that the coal I High School Track Beet

Major of the University Battalion for mines should be acquired and operatedby The cffice of President of the Combined here on April 17, 1920) ), the Universityis

the coming semester, while II. R. De- R. McPherson, B. S. A., '15, and the Federal government. Florida Senior Class will be vacant, planning on a cinder track of the

Silva, and H. H. Bushnell will be new Jim Sparkman, who has recently : will uphold the negative side and, : when E. D. Beggs leaves school this best quality; and a sort will be made

Captains. The entire staff officers has been and completed the Ag. College course, have. :i as there is to be but one team, this : week to enter the practice of law. immediately towards this end. Coach
changed and former staff been recommended for positions with
ron-coms will drill in the field for the the Census Bureau at Washington. A : is the side that should be presented at Dick has completed his work in the Baser is in receipt of several letters ,

coining: half year. Several changes in request for qualified applicants; forthese '! the tryout.Louisiana. Law College and expects to go to in regard to the discus throwing; event i

Battalion came as a surprise to the positions was received by President has the reputation for Jacksonville, where he will probablyopen : for 1921 and ail were favorable in re-
debating teams and I I
producing strong
men, but in making these Captain I :Murphree last week. The high- an office.
: aryl to the new event
it will take the best men that ?
stated that he had good rea- est salary for the first is $2063: very
year 191C the Uni-
I I I I Florida has to win. All who intend Coming: here in from In answer to the questions asked
SOBS. while the lowest is 100. Some of of Georgia: Dck: became '
trying cut should turn in their: names''' versity very : about what knd: of discus is to be :
The new "makes" were announced the positions are still open to those :. popular and has made: many friends, :
H. R. DeSilva at ,
to O. II. Norton and
at a meeting of the Batallion in the I who possess the qualifications. ., least week before.the debate. who will regret to se him leave the used, the one in the Spalding cata-
alloted hour for Dress Applicants should be who have a the Official Olympic
Gym during the men The schedule for the inter-society campus. He was a leading figure in logue known as

Parade, when the Captain spoke to been reared on a farm and who have debates has been practically worked University activities during: his stay Discus will be the official discus: of the

I the men on various phases of the R. :, had practical experience in agriculture -: out and unless some changes are made here before the war, and since his 1921 meet.

! 0. T. C. situation and urged their in addition to the ability to per- will be as follows: return a year ago from army service, In addition to the regular events
toward making the Ba- form office work efficiently. Those Observer in
co-operation where he was a Captain,
debate will take
The first place on
tallion more efficient. He announced who have specialized in Farm Accounting the Field Artillery.Due for this year the University ExtenSion '
March 12 between the Agricultural
I i
several proposed innovations to aid and Farm Economics shouldbe 1! largely to the Influence and i I Department is planning to put
Club and the Benton Engineering So-
in this. One of these was the appointment especialily fitted for the work. ciety. The question is to be presented I activities Dek'the: ; Cooley Club on a feature along educational lines,

of a morale officer in each Complete information concerning the recently was tak n in to the Pi but no infinite! decision has as yet
Club 9 and
by Ag by February
company and in the Batallion. 1 qualifications for the positions of- the Benton Engineering Society shallchoose Kappa Pi, legal fraternity.His : been reached by Director Riley.

Another important announcementwas fered can be obtained by consultingwith home is at Pavo, ant before The housing prctlem for this year
its side within three
C. Camp for Dr. Murphree. The positions : days. Dick will be met in the best possible man-
that the R. O. T. The second debate will take placen coming here, spent two years
the Southeastern offer an excellent opportunity for of Georgia, Athens, ntr. It is expected that the number
the Infantry units of March: 15 between Peabody Club at the :sity
, Department will be held at Camp College of Agriculture men. for the and the John Marshall Debating Society. Georgia. of contestants will exceed two hunmnr.odat3 -

)Btnning, Columbus, Gav Here the work will be of great educational ---- ----- t dl's.. tit, F1YJl.! ., ,..ap.: c to ac-
i The question is to be presentedby
benefit ofmod-' value to them, aside from the salary :<> all. The athletic authori-
will be given
Peabody by February this ad-
school where West received.Y.M.C.A.LIFEWORK. tics handling the contact year
ern Infantry (
:Marshall will make known it schoice
work immediately
vise all schools to start -
Point graduates go to complete of sides within three
' into service, START SEMESTER on their training. It is hoped i
training before going
: debates
After these two preliminary records
receive in- thct: several of the standing
and where army officers the Farr Literary will enter into the 1
.vlil: be smashed.
structions.No LECTURESJUDGE finals with the two winner?. THROUGH COURTESY OF EXTENSION -
announcement was made regarding SERIES OF 1 he events of the meet are as j
Dress Parades, but as the WHO WILL BE IN lows:
all NEW STUDENTS ARE 100-j ard dash.
uniforms and equipment are nearly :MILLS OF NEW YORK STHl"CTOII.AI NUMBE.l: dash. I
issued, the probabilities are that they : :MAY BE FIRST SPEAKER THIS OF MEN ENROLLED.Miss i'

will begin very soon. : MORNING--WAS CONNECTED ENROLLED AT U. OF F. --- I 440-yard Half-mile 1

The order making the appointments ; WITH PROSECUTION: :\ FAMOUS Foley's class in Journalism

it as follows: I HARRY THAW CASE. has been organized and will meet on ; Mile run.

HEADQUARTERS R. O. T. C., I The Registrar office reports the Tue+avs at 9 a. m. and 11 a. m. The Relay race.

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Judge :Mills of New York, nationally enrollment of fourteen new students first class meeting in Irolessor Sht put.120yard. hardies. /'

Gainesville, Florida, I' of the prosecuting for the second semester seven of Beck's room and the later one in Dr. high
famous as one 220-yard low htHt&as.
February 11th, 1920. whom are registered in the Ag. Col- Farr's recitation room. Those who
. Geneial Orders X o.1: I I attorneys in the Irarry K. Thaw case, lege. Engineering, Arts and Sciences'and have registered for the class will i Running broad jMp.

; 1. Pursuant to the authority' is-:: on a hunting trip in Florida at i i I the Teachers' College each have call at the Extension Department i High jump.

: vested in the Professor of Military&ience the present time, and will probablybe 1! two new students, and the Law Col- : where they will receive the first as- ; Pole vault.

and Tactics at the University in Gainesville this we2k. If such i loge I has one. [ signment from Miss Foley. : Declamation contest
of University -i| The new Ag. students are: S. S. j Essay contest
of Florida, by the Secretary is the case, he will address the This course is an innovation for
War and the President of the University student body at chapel today. ![ Stewart, of Norwich, N. Y; W. K. ;ji the University, and is possible only Tryouts will be held Saturday

i the following appointments His subject will be: "Why I Chose i Phillips, Louisville, Ky.; T. Dimber-j through the courtesy of the Extension -I l morning at 9 .. m. '

:' of officers and non-commissioned officers the Legal Profession," and will thus j line, Sebring, Fla.; L. S. Payton, j Department with which Miss Foley -: Finals will begin at 1:30 p. m.
: Horse Cave Ky. L. C. Richburg, j ji Ii [ Tryouts will be held in the following -
is !
of the Cadet Battalion an- be of vital interest to every man of ; is connected. !

nounced. I i Crestview; R. T. James, Humboldt,j A course in Economics 3 (b) will: events:
college age.
2. These officers and noncommissioned The second lecture of the LifeWork !S'Tenn., and Len B. Ten, Canton, ;!, be offered by Dr. Leake during this 100-yard: dash.
j officers wi1! have rank and i Series, which is being conducted China. semester. This is a course in the 220-yard

! precedence among themselves in the I by the University Y. M. C. A.,i The new Engineers are S. C.
order in which their name appears will be delivered next Friday, February -: Means, Fort White, and S. P. Ford, ', States, and will meet on Mondays, 220-yard low hurdles.

I in this order. The-yare the selectedlepieventatives 20, by II. B. Minium, President -, Fort Pierce. .' Wednesdays and Fridays at 8 a. m. I Baseball.:
of the authorities I the Florida Banking and :; E. J. Beechley, Jacksonville, and Baseball practice started Monday i
ouoti-! I in the opening paragraph of of Jacksonville, and C. W. Person, Wildwood, are new Dodscn, Clearwater, and )I. M. Chambers with a bigger squad than ever before

tai: :> u.k-r.! and will be obeyed and re- I; Trust member company of the Board of Control. 1 First Year students in the Teachers' :i Mount Vernon, Ohio. ;' in the history of the institution. From C

spec tea accordingly.: I G. Venable has been se- : College. !I J. H. Taylor, of Jacksonville, is enioiledfor ;.; every indication Florida will have cne #
John '
3. Non-commissioned officers of Dr. the speaker, for The new registrants in the Col- first year work in the Law of the crack team of the South and
: cured tentatively as Sciences C. L1. 'i with a well-rounded schedule already 'I
the band who have been appointed third number in the series on lege of Arts are College.The .
h general orders, this office ; the number of students enrolling 'in hand hopes to print a bright page
previous .
'y February 27. + + + + + + + + + ; + ,, in the history of the U. of F.
\\ill retain their present grade un- \ The secured for these lectures : for the first time at the mil-year:
+ registration greatly exceeds the Captain Hardee requests every old
til further orders. of successful
by years :
4. Hereafter, in reporting abMntees : are amply experience qualified to represent their : + SPECIAL BUDGET + number of withdrawals and thus player and new player who think theycan

official + + indicating that the throw a ball to report out on the
in ; be taken as
in referring any and the series may
or to students who are in the respective professions, of inestimablevalue 4 Gym Fee _......._____.............$3.00 + : University is growing rapidly in size field to help the team along.EPISCOPAL ..

manner to as as a whole will be + Y. \1. C. A. ..__.................. 3.00 + numbers of stud-
referred attracting larger
battalion they will be to college students, regardlessof by '
+ Intercollegiate DebatingI. CHURCH SERVICES.
Cadets; for example, a corporal will : whether or not they have definitely ; ents at each registration.The .
private : + and Literary' Societies 1.00 + that the students
"Cadet for fact new
All or credit
F port: present '" the First chosen a life work. 1' Minor Sports .................--- Lad 4 from Florida, but from Just a minute, is a long time whena
So-and absent; II series of lec- come not only
so ," the management of the + Movies ..._.____..__._............... 1.00 + various other States attests the fact man is bored. But the Episcopal
will report "All present Y.\1. C. A.. ,
Sergeant Corporal I! tures belongs to the + Lyceum ....__ .............'........ 1.00 + U. of F. is favorably knownin church offers a man a service that is
"Cadet Sergeant, or Cadet the that the
of absent. which is ever ready' to serve + Alligator ...._.n.... _.........._.. 1.00 -:. o all of the country. Our so harmonious, so brief and refresh-
be. parts
case possible.
as may student body in any way 01- Seminole _____ ..._ __n' __..n__ 2..0 4 to be congratulated ing, that it seems when he leave that
To lie Cadet Major.Yancey I contribute to theamusement new men are upon
No opportunity to Special Fund _.........__....._. 1.00 :e' their choice of this institution. A he has spent just a minute.
: M. N.To I Ii instruction of the students I
Cadet I or N + them whether The air of reverence rests a man,
lie Captains. that organlza- ; I real welcome awaits ,
Williams, T. D. is neglected by -1- Total nn __hh.. .$15.00 + o their homes are in the 'Gator State and takes him to the presence of God,
I tion. + + and then he can listen and think of {
Stringfellow, II. R. ; or elsewhere.
DeSilva, H. R.' ATTENTION I'll E T A RIBBON + Remember If this budget + his life during the sermon from that i

Bushnell, H. H. II SOCIETY. + is approved there will be no + The St. Lucie county fair opens to- ; point of view.

To Be Cadet Fir Lieutenant. ....All members and pledges are requested ': + more t"o-bit" or similar + ,, day. This is the first fair ever held o If he is sincere, he gees oat refreshed

Bache, H. F. to attend the meeting Tues- + canvasses for Student Ac- + in that county, and naturally it should and strengthened. Make

Kent, S. G.Hurlebaus day night at 7 o'clock in the Alligator -', + unties.SUPPORT. + be well patronized and the exhibits every service a good one.

E. H. office. Business of importance''' + + :, are to be fine. The fair will be held Visit us this Sunday. You will N

(Continued on Page Five.) will discussed.. + + + + + + + + + + + + at Vero.SUPPORT. : agree with us.SUPPORT.






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I' : r ; tiy' / "Miss Ann was very angry when That their tailor they have tried ,'
.I I kissed her in the dark and refused tc i One they once have patronized
I '. 3tr accept my apology.': I 1 And has left them dissatisfied. !

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too As the boys of the University
Beauty used to be matter of line? .
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Mrs. Robert Lansing. W. S. Sheldon finished making JACKSONVILLESPORTING ,7, '
Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, Mrs. Robert syrup last week. From one and a I
I Lansing and Mrs. Josephus Daniels : GOODS
fifth acres of ribbon cane he made
t have accepted places on a committee New Spring Models :Now "I li
r which will have charge of arrangements : 800 gallons of syrup>>, and it's real COMPANY
I for an inter-church world Du
! : movement conference, to be held in syrup made by an up-to-date eva o- S10.00.I IIi
I : Washington February 7, 8 am1 9. tator. As syrup is selling in the "The Sportsman's Store"I2i I!
i The purpose of the conference 13 to local market at $1.50 per gallon it is !Ii I SHOPI!:
I bring together women prominent in easily seen that he will not lose by his : > We.-t B..y 5tr,>:'t. P:11: !1C 74SJacksonville ; Ii I::
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! i I' 1::i i Ogfethorpe adopts intercollegiate! i -0I -- w BURNETTTHE* tBm cLOTHIER:

I i f' I boxing.U. I Mr. C. S. Webb, of Greenville, S. C.,
Ii i -0j j t has very generously donated $2a.OOO .
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:!t Il'i that University Januay 15, 1920.: \ > csetf the construction: of an infirm J Ji i
t ,; .. -0r : ary. .
II .1 The University of Nevada now offers .',:.',: i NUFF SED
i: t a short course for prospectors. ; There was a dear wee pink li'l i .f '"'s.
:. l to.:! (ti Sixteen men and two women have registered ,4' baby on the train. An elderly man ; I I .
1. r '. ranging in from 23 to 70 i
age I stopped. to peek-a-boo at it. -
1 i )! anti in education from the 1,
j" : years 1 "A tine youngster," he said to its
1.1, L.; J graded school to college graudates. i mother. "I hope you will bring him ;\
{ !1 MJ -0JI -- up to be an upright, conscientious ;II
, I i 1, i At. F. C. S. \\\ the village vamp ; man." THE WHITE HOUSE
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I'm afraid it will be difficult" One of Florida's Best Hotels
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said. "As the twig i is
I appropriate favors for the Cotillionmembers. bent, so is the tree inclined." Rates from $3.50 to $5.00 per day, American Plan.
' These favors could be onlyfcure.l "I know it,"
agreed the mother "but
'I I I f'a t by the "mistle-toe forfeit"I to | the trouble is, this twig b bent obeing n Prices Marked in Every Room.
vamp. Well say they are village '
t a girl-Utolokean. S. OGDEX CHADWICK,
t vamps. They vamped us in our respective !
I. village before school started i j When you trip up fail forward anget d s Manager.;:
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Farr Literary. |
i I A Deep Subject. .
: of the officers Our
Installation! new waste + 4
of the !I + ox
society last
j main program + + --
!: + + + + + + + + 1
5 Monday! night. i ii ArithmeticallSpeakin 1 _
jlerrin, the new president, gave an i I !
The 1
cootie is
inaugural address briefly outlining |i iI lIe subtracts an your pleasures grief, well < Could Talk C !.- '1
the and
I f rre policy of sketching And divides attention, 'Tis belief ,

:,!ans for the coming semester. He ,i iI lIe multiplies like II-1. my
I 1d: much stress upon the part that ,; > 4

I :;;e society would play in the inter- I The following stock proposal was *

debates this year. I sent to
J H.icty Obeldorfer in his address traced j who a certain University man, < TELL A FAR MORE INTERESTING STORY THAN ANY WE +
1 of the position of ser- fusal < '
,' history following it with the
I at-arms, a development of theI(1i3

i of knighthood. After Ober- Ii Iii My dear and most respected sir, PORTER STORES TO BECOME: PART OF THIS GREAT ORGA ,nZATIOX'S I
,', jrfcr's speech the society came to a
) I send you this your love to.stir.. POPOGANDA OF QUALITY. !
1 oiler realization of the high office /
Tis you I've chosen first of all
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I much! they had conferred upon him, :
I '-d there was some talk of a uniform I Ii Of which to make a leap year call. 1 BLACK, BROWN AND TAN LEATHERS IN LASTS THAT FIT THE ,

i ?t'at he might discharge his duties I've given ;you a foremost chance, 4 FOOT COMFORTABLY AND CORRECTLY, p f
A home for you I will enhance. i

I I ;-,The full new style.officers installed were as I Your hope heart You'll and grant hand my I seek fond not jestI 4 Everything that Men and Boys "rear' G ;I

President, James Ierrin :
i! loss! : ; ILr
And send me back without delay, <
"' \,president, Harold Klock; secie- $1 I
Your answer saying, yes or nay;
I !\;fry-r:'a-urer, Tom Sale; porter, :I But if your heart does not inclineIn < .
I p Hopkins sergeant-at-arms, Ted-
r wedlock bond mine I
to join with 4 ,
After the meeting
i ,::' Then you must leap :year law obey, 4
line formed and the
t'U usual was And down to me five dollars pay. : 4 o ; I

t :,
I 1 L t of whistling belts. I'll ask no more, I'll take no less. 4! -.

Xow you may think this letter funny, <
Corner Bay and Laura Jacksonville Fla.
Society. .j
Renton Engineering ,
But I must have the man or money.So <

I TV Benton Engineering Society now do send me your reply, < <$> :

i 1:15 resumed its regular program af- Let me be wifey until I die. < 'I J

i t r tile examinations. It had a very If you my name can guess, 4 + .9 .+ .+. +. .... ..+ : :

i rten-ting program Monday evening, Send this back to my address. !

insisting of talks on technical linesI But if for me there is no hope, ". .... .
I .T":
I,:: :\ Hargrave and Mr. Almond, Send me back five yards of rope. '

dna ending with a very exciting de- ; With lots of love and many kisses } ':'

bate on the proposed budget system.: Flom one who wants to be your Mrs. 1 Lyric Theatre I GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO. 1 k .
made for I
also '
Preparations were The Answer. !:l .
selecting debating team to participate !
a : :
Vampire Division: NOTED FOR QUALITY
The I
in the inter-society Your royal majesty and man snatcherI've i DIAMONDS, FINE JEWELRY, CIIINAWARE,
F.rt'inetrs, will first debate the Ag. riJIDAY i r
I just received your husband ,
LUG. t Dorothy Phillips in "Destiny" ISATU1IDAY i GLASSWARE AND SILVERWARE I
catcher ,: \! r -11, West Day Street. Jacksonville, Florida.; :
In other words your hook ana line, t '
Boldly asking! : "Won't you be mine? I "!.aHu"' All-Star Production i '
cni i in culture's name do you CLASS S-nIXGS-\IED.\I..S-TnOPIIIES j
Jacksonville Say, how
Jam:-s Taylor i
I MONDAY: I Iroastance :
r 'ild!l in the Law College for the next : get that way? two to Talmadge in "Yirtuou '!:fif1. !fi!w!fifi!: !w :fi f !: 5!:-!ifii! -!iififi; !fi iifihfiY\iiRfi! \! : rw ,,c cI ;
mesh' i Now I have a thing or say. ,
I I could tear your school in twain .amp ,- ,1L

BUDGET and flee to mystic Spain.I I ,
I you stuff and I TUESDAY IF L :fi !:fi :;!f. !li !f.!: !!1 : !fiS; i $ !:fi ::i i
could pull the cave man 'Girl From Outside," a Hex: : Beach i 1!:f, w .

I di!i;'al :student in the University. But alas! I love another, I Story. j w

", ( :,t i ia: graduate of the SevaneeU.iij And she is neither sister nor mother.A I WEDNESDAY j I SOUTHERN r MUSIC CO3 w w M 4 4S

;.! Academy. damsel so beautiful and so rare, I "Out Yonder" with OliTt'TJ.Jomas. j jTIIUIiSDAY I w I

She is the fairest of the fair. i
.J.J Winfield spent the week-end I
Her name to you I would disclose j i
i i\'t Oak with his parents.W. doth i Henry Morey in "Gamblers" i t
s You who so boldly propose. 'i i: '

However, 111 say that she is dear I Continuous Shows 3:30 until 11:00
B. McBride went home the last i I
within the i iI ..
I! You'll guess her name year Instruments
\', after few days at home near i: .
iv a of nineteen twenty, i PASTE THIS IN YOUR ROOM FORREFERENCE.
:'<-\':'!'U-. journeyed on b DeLand, 1! When This year proposals are aplenty. L Strings, Drummer's Traps I U

', interested in student gov-
\ uiv> is .
J A dollar or so, will I bet, ______ __ JI
the Sheet Music
::1Ih>:u. especially; governoress. You'll land a careless nibbler yet. I I Ifi
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If will write to Burgo or to Dave, -- I
"T( 1'1dOberdorfer 1 paid a visit to 'i you land worthless a gal only unnerstood the element of 1 1
Chances you'll a
!I. N-P.U! during the semester exams knave.are distraction, provision and replenishing 5 MAIL ORDERS SENT SAME DAY AS RECEIVED 1 I, .

n.I .f K. !'.:-':in\'ille.M !S Enclosed please find five dollars and an' knew all the rivers an' the i iI

IM'OiJT THE BUDGET! j a dress. I Ii obituaries, the current and dormitories -j. iYiYinYifi! !Ii !:fifiYi! !fifiWfiR! iaifiyiuufiiiitfrijuiam! I I

i 1 To save me from a miserable distress. the province an' umpires we was '

.'. relatives in :' Theda Bara this disappointment -' reckoned to have edification enough to
L I Kt.ea was visiting So, bye-bye, --
'L r tu'i! ',_ for a short time during the I I nice. : see us through.-Washington Times ;1'- I

,,- \\v, ;'" Freedom to your clutches worth any'I" j AT ST. PETERSBURGYou '

!i 'I II One of the finest boxes of strawberries j! will find only mot ample, varied and reasonably price a..... 't ;

+ ':""i .\nder-on made a short trip I I appreciate your love and kisses, we ever saw was left at the I! mod.tions.-There is no lack of rooms.Bat all those ether features II i I

1 '.rc in Palatka the past: week. I From one who doesn't want you for a editor's home last Saturday night. r, that attract the \acationist: I ,-I
later he learned that these de- ,
I Mrs. 'i and I I Delightful climate; fine golf, yachting and motoring fatithies, (
K ( ail'on and Wallis McKee i After sending the above the bright licious strawberries were grown by I t best bathing and fishing; all manner of out-door sports and reueaI I' 1
week at their father : Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Rose, who recently -
of the "Vamp's"
i I't a j art past j i one heard that the tions; daily open-air concert*--in short, entertainment and JM p.i.
i" ': Plant City. of an oil well. : came from Michigan and set- : Y "\
J the owner
has become 9 tality to exceed all jour anticipations awaits y.... Wire tai fat !
I another chance, but I tied on a place northwest of town. e
He tried to get formation and secure our city and county booklets. t fi I It
( ', Hi hbouijr has> returned to the I i The berries would average four and t

i ;\ :-ity and entered the Agriul-1 failed. : v half inches in -rcumfertnce: and BOARD OF TRADE t.
I is life! t '
Such Florida.
St. Petersburg, -
will not be I
: : r'i ilege.Kith I. were as luscious as they were large. I i

:<.-:; baseball this season but all 11 "It will be a proud boast of the i Wauchula Advocate. -& --------- -- _._-------

wlat 1 a good sub-coach he will future."

: ..' : As to this morning we ,
I What will t" we go press
i "Instead of a fellow: saying, 1 am a learn of the death of Sheriff Brown, I
t : Gray And B. G. Ander- I
in Or-. I; self-made man,' hell stand up and say I which occurred at his home at 3 I IF THERE IS ANYTHING r, =
i ad: a visit to their
I proudly, "The army made a man out o'clock this morning following a short I :
,i:1)< dining the last week. Sheriff Bror.was
illness of
of me' I pneumonia. You want in the line of Fancy Fruit, Groceries and Vegetables -
one of the best known and
I Quite Sufficient.;; : popular men of Brevard county, ana+ at the Lowest Prices, Call at the .1 {
1.. :\. Wesson journeyed to Ocali why : his death will be a distinct loss t&
+ "I have called to see your
ln-i Saturday, paying a short visit 1 Ii Emmeline hasn't attended ; his wife, who has been ill for mort

1 l1"lm'110 returning Monday morn. school daughter lately," said the village schoolmistress : than a year, and by a daughter and.wn.Cocoa Sanitary Fruit and Produce CompanyPhone

ing.. Tribune. Gainesville Fla.
87. ,
( as she stood at the cottage i
'\". S. Badcock and Ed Fleming.1 I door. I Jacksonville was favored with the
t learned _
'Cause I think she's
\\int to Jacksonville the past weel\ of G. F. Poares the past t
Emmeline's mother presence -
enough, retorted
\ .-:tmg home folks. :
shortly. :

H. G. Powell traveled to Lake City "Why," exclaimed the distributor of I
"she's through Grimaldi: "Laugh and the world
and return in three days, reporting i, learning, only passed
'! two classes!" : laughs with you! R. Prop.

great time. "Aint that enough?" shrilled the The Home of the Famous FORD MOTOR CARS, Accessories -

U G. Wells paid a visit to City r woman. "I what edification is Flora: "The Flowers that bloom in Supplies and Repairs.

Point the past week. 'a-comm to! When I was young, if I the spring tra-la!" I




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Dens \. Dye. ...._....... .............................................. ........._.. Editor in Chief Tested. Fitted t
4 4s (VirxiricJi Copeland, ....?........... ..........................._......?........... Managing Editor | WeTfce ; t :
If. U. FriNI\t"lu.--\. Man. Ed. Leslie I). Williams .......... Ux-al Ed. ?:I. -= t J
lUrhioll' hunter _...... Sorting Ed. Henry Fuller .Asst. Ath. Editor SeftrtinH's"WKf'Cr t
i 11. IL PeSUv. .,,..._ Contributinjc I"Uh'ifts jfe \orton"....-Kxchane Eds.. ; : WE DO OUR OWN LENSE GRINDING. NO DELAY. 4
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J. Vcima 1 ...., _?...??....__.-??..,..?-._ Basiwws Manager !
\,-. V. Ownn. .............,._......__..........-,..,_ A: sfeta t Easiness Manager] a Jewelers and Opticians. Gainesville: : Florida 4 I

a Jofae-'---H. Catt.r, Jr.,._ ..,,...................._-_._..---- .........Cfaealatioa--.-.-..----Manager- |, Door pMpIe ...........................,4.$4

H tend a* c C', \il", na., under the Act of March 3d, 1STS. OfawrWonderfal --- ::-
J Place all communications<< and news items in boss; catenated for that
ti a in IVabody and Lanfruag* Halls.
i Bntet-Th* Florida Alligator. Sl.SO the year. t
--- ., Cant WAKE UP and etro
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"The Vnhrvrxtty anouU be essentially a community of enthusiastic, of f ,

r piltr+-.n. There IB a faultier for *wr wlx rfcr to t"1eu-M Miter how nor j Uniteheeds
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))aptb.b >Utem.. wad the above declaration he probably contemplated: that j a little ."

hi* dwirine abound be applied only to the or a. University proper, for he went iGa j; Popular Goods At Popular Prices
Q II' tiny: ""In. t nhrity there i* a prpert place, among faculty ori;
t *.to>tK for the ,** "' ione i, the cynical the defeated"* It occurred to the j FINANCIAL SUMPOKT. -. TBURKHJ1-

Mar of The Alligator in redinjt> over this quotation that an improvement i M S
1. snit be affected, in the nature of an additional word as the booster." ; Maybe it is

1 Certainly it win do no harm to add this w Ord. and probably the original j jiriMia .
l ..i-n was made by the tape William Pitt because at the time of his so. j Because

I r jonm upon this earth the word did not embrace its modern meaning.I .

4 ti I II The amended i ..t'a. University there is a propert Our dearLawmakers

ftocv, among faculty or. students for the disillusioned, the cynical, the 1 THE NEW YORK RACKET

: i ., and the btl .*let" asamhlcd

I; ,. I The' almost ancient phttesophy of WUliam Pitt has by the alteration Ii Agent forFlorsheim !

; i rom* capable of uvrl tetrt that i*. it will effect. XK* Bialy those. At the capitol i Shoes
i : vfchfcn the ears of the VamwKty* bat w3l also e* rt those wsthwuc in '

i I ah l the reople is the State,, the all- mpttrtaat pefe who mak? i In
the la t...
i t ; Active IwwFSerc ,e tSw ftonftqr, a7dkllf4 the CiMvwsSJy sttasss* T..1h.... u: ,
later m tW eta .t ife astd *rt* F.. ac *t* i* al rle tats vb&teMis: /fhajimas

m-inck ewe *; the cL ate '"f srW J days> wi1 i a* a WM iI :f r:..,.j f Alachua County- Abstract CompanyMembers
I ; the t3a ir r* tr.. sbey fSvxte be vr She wiwir '-4 fflw&K* a !en *: t ? \.ft' s* far awayWreierSal il. I of American A =cjation: of Title i Men. Members of i
> Florida
Ii .. thje mss wsv AT w *lw ever iwari >it booster tJuaTV '<< !
1 i tlrtIve" 5rfttsfcr t oeo t3at. f'- soar A* .':l'lfn:: or Title Men.
J LAC rtx1s: h3't-, ,e as aDCr *ndtaY .:."!: ;: FLORIDA.
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r.wtr aI.* *r*. sa Y r T1Ub."m:1: 1 Txatn: ADVERTISING IN THE ALLIGATOR PAYS
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atlsartftll;\ t'hitt' f 'f etc t3 sit argsxixnd! ;am s rsa<: aa"\ see

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-- basketball the ardent expectation of taking the ported nsw to be making satisfactory I i we can hie away to lake or stream fr..

: scalp as well. They have progress toward health. i for a cooling bath or a season of
.' played two iI I
1E' games, one of which was j I I sport with the finny tribe.
won. They "Glassy"In }
i! l scrubs, and lost won from the Rollins : W. B. Hilton, class of '10, recently Then too, we are only a few miles
\ n t of to the Y \1. C. A. married and is leaving with his bride distant from either the Gulf or the
| Tampa.
,1 /4\ ,I I for Honolulu as a missionary. ? ocean, and in a short time can be at

V. ,1 ; Stanley 'V.IenilJ either, one coast or the other, where Style ::1
''J 1A'i1 : the Law a member of E. T. Gassier, of '13, is now State the cool green sea with its restless
.1 .
.: ,rb i Faculty at the University inspector of gasoline and petroleum ;, rythmic breakers, splas' the sandy :
t .
I of
I: Q. was I fabric andtailoring
praducts at Tallahassee. i iW. shore and we dream out our vacationin
( i, appointed a member of the !
LII. It ForBarley's .i i i Court of Ohio. Supreme I happy idleness and comfort. I
..; I II. "Bill" Crom at last report ;j The above picture is not painted
-- : was in Razdolnoe, Siberia. He is a ;
i: The Gullaballo the in colors too cool, but what will pleaseone ;
official organ of eaptain in the 31st infantry, A.. E. F.I!
: disgust another to those
; Tulane may so
I brought '
to 3. ccessful i Sold basis of
J I i' close the who contemplate Florida as their fu- on I
voting contest for the II. L. Dozier, class of 1917, is work-
t home would
t ture we spend a
handsomest \ say suit
[ man in the college. Tu- Quality; every ;
ing for doctor's at Ohio
Tampa's } j: lane is co-ed a degree !summer here, if possible, or make a
and considerable in-
State Universitv.Art :
terest crosnectmer tour in summer time we guaranteed to give !
i k j was displayed. "- -- ,
MEN'S I i have no fear thatw; will lose any I
YOUNG W. Cuscadden ex-14 is with satisfaction
r i'I the or mon !
settler such investigation,
i, In increase this by
t STORE !, ;, two per cent in enrollment year of less in than nine i l the headquarters Winchester at Arms Tampa.Company lIe is sales with j jj ,:I other hand, we believe they will be ey back.
j attracted and the ,
strictly women's I | irresistably i
:J: I k kNew j colleges, but a gain i, agent and professional trapshooter for I
1 1 of 22 per cent in women enrolled in:them. I will be more satisfactory than if the i Snappy Young
t j '! co-edusational institutions is shown I visit were made during the winter

Spring Modelsin ii{ j by a recent report. This is evidence i I IL E. Freeman, -of '15, is the proprietor !i! season. i i Men's, and more con-

f of the popularity of the co-educa- 1! of the Freeman Transfer C3mi i servative models for
t | ; tional schools. i puny of Savannah, Ga. '';'SPEED URGED IN COLLECTING

1 :.' t{ i i; MONEY I FOR GOLD FOOTBALLS older men.
: \ : Five seniors at the University of i Gordon Hart, of '17, was recently I

: I SUITSHATS -- t i '. Georgia have been recently taken in- .appointed assistant State chemist, succeeding i Money for the gold footballs to be : Hart Schaffner &
to the Gridiron Club. This is an ': Fran; T. Wilson, of '09, who I given members of the football team 'I ,

I } ;' honorary club and is made up of all has gone into Y. :M. C. A. work. !i is coming in very slow, e* only about. Marx Suits!

r .j foot ball letter men. Auburn has a i, half of the money is in. This may be

t similar one, and Florida should have., j I J. B. Hunter, of '11, is working in !due to the collectors, and yet it maybe $40 to $65
1 .: andSHIRTS |1, i t the upper St. John's draining district i dae to those who should contribute. I I

r The inter-class foot ball championship ,Melbourne.. ': However, the committee requests I Brand" ;
[; that'I'I "Society
: l f 4 at Clemson is in obeyance. I '
] -- ,: those who have not cashed in tw
fi The Freshmen and Charles D. Kine, of '12, is county Suits <
j Sophomores as yet will do so as soon as possible in ,
ed G G tie Juniors and lemonstration agent in Orange coun- 1
-- fi i a to and the order that the footballs may be se I
: Seniors dittoed. Now they must y with headquarters at Orlando, 'cured. I $45 to $65LEVY'S
i* \ I where he was recently transferred ,I'
"\'E HAVE start all over.
i I from Titusville. i :Members of the committee are: .
Iii Friedlander Pemberton and Nichols. .1
; j,} I! The different colleges at the University I ,
ii i \f THE STOCKBAILEY 1 i of Cincinnati are having a I C. W. Long, ol tne class of 1917, \; j
,) Ij ;1s now teaching at Trenton. ;ii Arrangements are being com
i iJ
r'i' trial at issuing the University News iI
1-: ---- -- ---- { III' I pleted organize the Blue and Gray
-- to 4
I J \ The Law College edition recently ap- 'I i WHAT NATURE GAVE US. !iI' soldiers who reside: here and those Hay and llogan Street.

I II I 1I J peared. Why wouldn't this plan be --- : visiting the city during the winter.

I i !'I'4 1 :' a good one for Florida? I I' When Dame Nature was treading ;, Next Tuesday afternoon a meeting of VCKSONV1LLE.; FLA. 1 ,

I A 9 !j Girls at Rollins--have formed a'I' the trackless chaos, it Is said the the Blue and Gray will be held in the ,1I

good old lady stubbed her toe and fell, : Chamber of Commerce, for the purpose '' '!
fl called
Greek letter sorority
I aLt a new I 'I'
THE CLOTHIER I Sigma Phi. and ancient mythological records tell of not only organizing, but to

.. I us that the cornicopia, filled with both( arrange for building a camp fire in ADAMKATZ&CO.

'I U 20.1-207; Lafayette St. J|| South Carolina will hold its preliminary j i good and evil things that she intend- the near future. The last camp fire:

I' j;A. for the interstate triangle 1 t ed to distribute equally among all the was held here two years ago at Hardies '

l,! T.JIP.FLOHIDA T : debate between the Universities of j sections of the embrio earth, fell with' casino, when 800 people were fed. CORRECT CLOTHESI

u .! Florida and Tennessee on February her and were pretty evenly distrib- It i is the purpose to hold the largest I
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i J.: 16. The final debate will be held on uted.Now camp fire that was ever held in this FOR MEN

ii i ... :March 19th. I the Florida enthusiast is fond southern section. Captain John II. .
f4 + + + + + + + 01- + that mediocum of
I of boasting only a i Welch is the leader in this move- II Mi I
Duval High school will play :Miami: the bad reached this clime, and that : ment.-:Miami: note in Times.Unio'1.I I

HERE AND THERE IN THE High in basketball on February 14. | more than our share of good was :' YBOR CITY, FLA. ; ,I Ii Ir

COLLEGE WORLD + t tossed into the lap of Flora. At any I'I February 16 to 21 is the dates for i

+ : Tulane University has entered poli- rate we are glad that some of the ,, the South Florida Fair, and from all i iI

t + + :. + + I tics. The student body recently con- !j bad came our way: for had it been accounts it will be the most success- I

i ducted an election for governor. j ji i otherwise, our State would now be ful ever held in South Florida. W. McCollum & Co. '

The University of Washington will I too crowded for comfort and those --- DRUGGISTS 1'
I tj
; \\Je
send a baseball nine to tour Japannext We have received a copy of the | of us who are of a retiring natur The train service on the East ,I Rexall Store" Gainesville. I 4

summer. Mexican Review, published in Mexj j and An not u__ lik--.- crowding would be Coast is fast getting back to normal. Agents for

f Mexican: : compelled to hunt homes in less fav-i I LIGGETS and NORRIS CANDIES

i Hatvaid, Yale, Princeton, Colum..: news ,! ored lands. 'j ONE OF 4: MEXICAN i
I Ij But that Florida received her I i I
bia and Williams have organized an
Intercollegiate Flying: Associationand j In the Law edition of the UniI !l share of good from the cornicopia?i! WAR VETS IN OHIO ) '

News an article oy I| IF ITS PRINTING SEND IT
versty appears think will deny.
are planning to make this a reg- I we no one ; -
Professor E. C. Arnold, formerly I II climate. Now TO PEPPER
ular intercollegiate' activity. The Take the matter of ;
from Bos- I Piofessor of Law at University of those who have been so fortunate as I
first is be started
race to : Loose leaf books and supplies I IPEPPER 4
ton on May 7, and is to be completedby Florida. to enjoy a winter here are apt to1: j
a return flight started from New 1 think that if our winters arc so I PRINTING COMPANY Ii I

York on the following day. : "TS" were presented to members of i: pleasant, that our summers must be!" Phone 136. I (

i.Transylvania football team. Eighteen I, proportionately uncomfortable, in .
fellowship i': were awarded and a sweater was order that Nature's balance might bs j '. I.J
Ir the hope of promoting good l .,.
between all college men and' presented each. 'struck." This impression is erron- ,,.::::.: : '. i
-- and for the benefit of those who: .... .. .
interest ecus, ..
at the same time to create an tj ;. :. : ::' ...
at Rollins was a .::..
I i A leap year dance I the steaming j i : :
excollegemen :are crowded between i. "':: '. J.S.BOD1FORDDRIGGIST
in college men, three :
have founded The Collegiate great success. The girl were" the"sl'cker" rails of a city, where breezes are few '.. '.:...... .. r:
the -ought. t
instead of
then striking a !,
Woild. It has just made its appearance end far between, even
with little moisture. \ i
dry parched
and the editors are plead E
ALUMNfGRAMS would contrast a., ..
the college for evaporation we '
ing for endorsement from :=: ,
Florida summer in where people are
; men.
: more comfortable than at most placeson
The Weekly Metergram issued by Dan E. Cappleman, of '10, is now earth. : ?I

the World Trade Club in advocacy of :with the Standard Oil Company in Not one long drawn and heated HOTEL HILLSBORO f

the meter, liter and gram, has cometo ;Haiphong, Hindo-China. term-a vast expanse of pine forests

this desk. It is printed in San emitting a constant balm, percolating
1 j Albert M. Musser, class of 1918, : TOP 0' TOWN '
Fiam-isco, CaL I I through a million soughing boughs :
j j has married and is now county demonstration j laden with their essence an dthe perfume -

The Furman College Hornet re- !! : agent of Clarenton county, 1 of flowers, and the nervc-brac-i: I

'ntly printed a college directory of South Carolina. I either i -
: I ing sodium of the big ponds on I i
all officers in its various orgt4n 7'.n- I side of is Nature's gift.
in- V. C. Lofton, of '10, is in Porto Rico us
tions. The Y.1.. C. A. was J This fragrant and beautiful breeze
I i for pests and injurious insects
cluded. looking 1 it strikes finds our moisture Daniel Darlington.
when us
i for the Federal Board of Horticulture .
i laden air ready to receive it, the : Daniel Darlington is one of the
Tulane will debate Washington
is principal of : consequence is that rapid evapora- : four surviving veterans of the Mexican i
j Grace now
Lee and Suwanee this George J. He
i tion sets in and the temperature of war now living in Ohio. was t
: the Trenton High School. born at Newark 0., where he now I )
bodv is lowere1. hence our com- Business With
our last
already ago
Southern College having resides mnttv-two years
under- This inland Florida, in the in the oil'
Fletcher Burnett recently foit is OctoLer. fought
'I/n the State championship in foot
1 serious operation but i- r-- ul11Pwr tim<.'. \\'h'n" <' tin' of tlr FHIFER STATE} BANK
:;M.! started the season this year with \\tnt a t
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; WOLF BROTHERS : For The Students
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';- w SOS FRANKLIN I ST. THE 110)11or HART SC'HAFFNEU & :MARX T.nllP !' -__ ;-'----.-..___._...._....-.._____-...'. _
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31. \. YAXCY Al'OOlNTEDCADET class formed an alumni organization.All SPORTING :: :)
I MAJOR IN 1 18. O. T. C. ) graduates of the University and
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I L (Continued from Page One) : who have had their diplomas confirmed KODAKS -
f" :Marshall, A. P. < by the University are eligible i : BBB&TiGk I
l Thomas C. S. 1! for membership. We don't accept as CUTLERYBaird

t : Hansen. ;i associate members all former students -

i i 1 Tt IV Cadet Second Lieutenant."Westmoreland _, who have, taken satisfactorily Hardware : I
t? R. L. : one year's work and left the school {

: J>vane, C. L. I in good standing.The Phone 7. + Gainesville. /
J :, Cknons, J. G. purpose of the society is to I
Pf t tier, C. A. f keep the old men in touch wth each -- -- j, ;

To Be Cadet Sergeant Major I other and their alma mater, to further fi
+4 Chrbiance, D. L.To !* the interests of the Universityin i I

k lie Cadet Supply Sergeant ., particular and all institutions cf L I LIE X L u t i I... N -
: y et :3lH bard, McCoy higher learning in general, to champion -
j )'' To He Cadet Color Sergeant. i the cause of education in our BICYCLES I ::= :: : :: =: -.::= .:::=:: :=::=: :: : :::=.

i t !'. IKnijrht, D. B. i; Commonwealth to foster better gov- -- ---- ----- ----
,I i! ernment, law and order, and stand
To I>e Cadet Fii>t Sergeant" to '
: t i i Tatura, L. firmly for all those ideals and principles n :
i L ; Qnman, E. B.Auld that together make us what r \ \ CRUSOE TAKE

i i f J. E. 1! we call Americanism. IHGG EOTHAM
Copeland, G. R. j What do we want to da? I be- I II SATURDAY NIGHT?"
t To I e Cadet Sergeant .j lieve we are making an honest effort On JOLT \vsr' to the ( ,.
r ::1 Sells W. G. to carry out the purpose of cu- existence DRINKS and I Knows."
I j 1 : Cleason, W. L."Mayes i, as outlined above. It is true I h

1 C. P. I j that we have not made much progressas -
j ;{ 1'' 3Iahoney, W. H. yet, but anyway we are still opti- I Why Not Go to

.' : FriedJander, II. M.McKey. I mi tic. We realize that that mighty I
: W. A. J alumni society of Harvard Unhers- W- S. DORSEY & DINING ROOM

'; aicKcy, J. D. ( ity which recently raised the mil- Everything
Stinson, P. W. ) lions of its endowment fund had just -- -, -- --- ?t-Pie and Chicken Night

!. { I j Keen, D. W. such a hard start as we are having. For Goodness Sake Drink 1

i Sherman, J. S. i I Mushroom, lumber camps and holy- DORSEY'S DELIGHT
: .Hamilton, G. C. i rolling meetings spring up over
-- --
; Redman, R. P. night. We are none of these. They --

Gordon, R. II. soon pass away. We shall live forever S H 0 E 'i'4
i ; Hiatt, C. R.IVilliams j a powerful factor in the destiny .

i L. D. I| of our land and of our people. Furniture Co.
t ; rjjjers, R. L. 11Ve i have the satisfaction! of knowing; H B. 2\1. TENCH

To lit* Cadet Corporal. : that our association will figure heavily -

p Scott, I. W. !! in the future of Florida and
Cason S. W. : America. 0 Gainesville.

+ Tvloci:, J. H. ; It is for those reasons that we COX, Proprietor.

; CDn'fLSG.I i don't keep qu et"e cant. It's JD- E Florida. Phone 86
I ; Pratt, A. B. ; possible. It would be utter folly tc
i 1 nits: )I. L.NBrbefc shackle! th" ablest warriors of an
C. army befr j going into battle. Although HOE
DeWoif, A. B. --S
tuday many persons would _
:M.... G. W. i; hardly consider our body a formidable : : : = ::::= =_ ..=::: :
r i I force, not long distance we shall OTTO P.
1 iDon. P. H. s famish from among our ranks the Ladie3' Ergiaved

Jeiraitiass m, lL K. leaders, the rulers, the teachers and GENERAL lxsrR.-\ Stationery.
learn, J. M. land and voice :
; ; preachers of our our DAILY NEWS
1 1I
R. S. ; will be the mightiest within the land TAMPA FLA. '
I Todd L. E. ; of flowers-the garden of America. News Today)

It'' 1 Battfc-, G. C. 1 1t Xcte-This is the fourth of a series ; ==:: :_- : -:: Ga:re_,lile, FJa.
Sttvens, H. Q. -
of articles by the President of tnt;
1. "J4 1amtah. '''. D. Alumni Association. The fifth will SANITARY ...\ : =: :: : -::--:: '=== ==::' .::'=:
:3ditcbell, X. E.
appear in an early issue.Subject SHOP -
Dyer, W. J. _
Simmons. A. C. : :: : : : ::::_::. >:___..;;:_:::<>__:_ ._::_ ...:
of U. 1) C. Essay fr lies
OgiHie. W. R. 1 Florida's Part in the War Between GAINESVILLE, !. 3 WITH

i ; Duckworth: R. E. the States. Rules for Medal Con- ?: = .2:: : -- ::-=: ::=:::: .\ NATIONAL BANK
Hurst, J. B. I test: I

Tfllman. W. x. 1. The first requirement is mccu- -, -
; Ward, H. F. $- =:: : -- :: ::.-- :: :: ". Resources Over $2.000.000.
s rate Ki t9-rJ-;. fullness of treatment' I
Tw dwelL J. K. i '-Florida: Barber ...
e literary ability and skill will also be --- : ...... -
1 3iorgan, C. E.
; considered. FOR STUDENTS AND
SoBee, A. X. i'
2. There must be nothing about OTHERS
g Merchant, H. 5L '! an essay to indicate the identity jf ?rest Side: of Su4ve -,' I rI
Sale, T. D.
> the writer or the college, bat each -' ---- ; I
Stanley, R. L.
T.S.I I most be signed by a pen name, ar J\ I and Lunch Room
j Ferguson,
JBaines. J. K.VUIiams : accompanied by a sealed envelop Ii Ii i
I : having name of the writer on the inside -
,. > :, D. E. i
t' AVinlers, T. P. !' and on the outside the pen nami DRINt1)een.. I AND GENTLEMEN
I i that is signed to the essay. A staif
By order of Captain Waiit ]
t meat from one of the faculty of the
1 WHAT THE ALUMNI college that the writer is a Maa fide RivTHESWIPPYlfME Atintie Coat Lbs p ttpot.
t that and therefore '
i ASSOCIATION IS student of college .
Ga lH'st"ilJena.
'i entitled to compete for the medal DRINK! t tC
(Ralph Stentamirc.) must also be sent.

To the gratification of the officers 3. AU essays submitted become

of the University Alumni Associationpossibly the of the Florida Division .
property .. ..'. ...:-.:f : ::- =- ... ,.
earl to the annoyance of the names of the medalist and those ..- .. -.",'.'..', :.::;. : '
U : .
:LBaIs others, we have been making: receiving honorable mention will b .
a noise for several months. That is, the only ones announcel to the Covcntion :- -,... -.">!' .. -.. [ \ .\ PHOTOGRAPHER FOR THE

we believe} we have. No doubt we and public. The decision t': ; l .ai: 1\"IW ITY OF FLORIDA
laY caused many, very many, per j the committee is final; all wh* comF .
horns to ask the question: "'''Rat is < pete must understand this and be willing -
; .lie Alumni Society aViyway What to accept it.

b (;: > 5s .the purpose of suchan organization 4. All essays must be in the hand:: IN THE ALLIGATOR
I ;1J'; ? What do they want. to do? of the State Historian by April 1, .- .
:::: :"Why don't they keep quiet and let us 1920 -, -:.:;: :

1 ...::0{, rest: ?'* Maybe such questions as
-:.;.'terse have not been asked and maybe "Why pay rent"? shrieks an adver
-; they have. Anyway, we don't object tisement. Because if you don't pay :: g tM1gf: : SHOP
,*,*to answering them. rent you woll be thrown out into the . . .. . Main Street. I
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exercises in 190C the graduated i l ange. REPAIRS

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