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THE UNIVERSITY NEWS APRlt 21 Inn
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Published semimonthly on Friday Frida
GAINESVILLE GAINESVILLEFLORIDA GAINESVILLEFLORIDASAM LE LES FLORIDA FLORIDASAM
SAM S M A
SANBORN SANG ORN
EDITOR EDITORHERBERT EDITORHERBERT EDITORHERBERT
> HERBERT FELKEL
ASSOCIATE
t e FRANK FRANKVELLER WELLER EXCHANGES
W V W V GIUBS SOCIETY
ROY W V CORBE 11 ATHLETICS ATHLETICSSTArr
STAFF REPORTERS
I ARTHUR ALHERTSON ALIIERT SON L W V HOL
LOW LOWAY A Y WYATT B MARTIN R F
PERSONS lERO PER ON S R G GJOHN JOHNaTON JOHNaTONSubscription JOIiNTONSubscription TON TONSubscription
Subscription 100 year in advance advanceThe advanceThe advanceThe
The base ball team did a wise wisething wisething t tAir
Air thing when they elected Sandy
Graham as their captain ea p tain for this thisseason tbisseason thisseason
season We all know Pats Patsability Patsability Patsability
ability and feel more confident confidentwith confidentwith
a with him at the tb head ot the team
l The Saturday
Evening Post
IT V ro says saysthat saysthat
that the bachelors
should be
pen pensioned pension pensinned ¬
sinned sion d instead of taxed we havent haventheard haventheard haventheard
heard any thing about the old oldmaids oldmaids oldmaids
maids yet are you going to tax taxthem taxthem taxthem
them or pension them
Lets
pen pension pension penthem
sion them for pity sake sakeThe sakeFhe sakePhe
The University of Florida is for fortunate fortunate fortunate
tunate in having such a champion championin
in i n the senate as Harry Buckman Buckmanof
of Duval the author of the bill at atthe atthe atthe
the last session creating the Uni University University Unit ¬
t r versity Their interests and the theinterests theinterests
interests of education generally generallywill
will be safe in his hands bandsP handsPensa handsPensacola Pensa Pensacola nsa nsacola
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The legislature should not for forget forget forget ¬
get its duty to the University of ofFlorida ofFlorida ofFlorida
Florida and the Florida Female FemaleCollege FemaleCollege FemaleCollege
s College The Buckman bill was waspassed waspassed
passed abolishing the numerous numerousinstitutions numerousinstitutions numerousinstitutions
institutions in order that the state statecould stattcould statecould
could properly provide for the two twoand twoand twou
u p and every dollar that can consis consistently consistently
tently be spared should be b given givento
= a to these institutions institutionsPensacola institutionsPensacolaJournal Peusacola PeusacolaJournal
Journal JournalVerily JournalVerily JournalVerily
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Verily Verily I
say unto you youthat youthat
M that after forty days and
forty fortynights fortynights fortynights
nights it came to pass that a certamn cer certain certain ¬
tain magazine Talisman
by name namewas namewas namewas
was found lost
among the ex exchanges exchanges exchanges
changes of the University News
The publication m of the Female Col ColfJ1 Col3 Colhis
1nends 3 J iousesl 1 ttl t t J in
his InenuS nouseS li 6e1i e usc Ln tl fu
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3 V very attractive cover out in re regard reogard reand ¬
gard g gthe and to the th editorial concerning concerningthe conc rning rningthe
the News we must confess that the thelast thelast thelast
last clan is somewhat vague vagueWe vagueVe vaguehave
I i We consider r it better to tochief have one onechief onechief
chief theme themeon on the front page pagethan pagethan pagethan
than nothing but themes all the theway theway theway
way through We heartily thank thankour thankour thankour
our sisters lor the complimentary complimentaryremarks compJimeutaryremarks
i remarks concerning the editors editorsambitious editorsambitions editorsambitions
ambitions and the decided decidedsense decidedsense
I sense of humor in the locals localsIt
° It is probably that the Universi UniversiXy UuiversiAy
Xy A of Florida will be substantially substantiallyremembered substantiallyremembered substantiallyremembered
remembered by the Florida legis legislators legislators legislators ¬
lators A liberal appropriation appropriationcould
I could be used to advantage and it itwonld itwould
would be appreciated by b all friends friendsof
Y of higher education throughout throughoutthe
f 1 i the state statePalatka Palatka TimesHerald TimesHeraldThe
I The University Un er3ity at Gainesville Gainesvilleand
and the Female College at Talla Tallahassee Tallahassee ¬
J hassee should both receive sub substantial subI substautial ¬
I stautial appropriations from this thislegislature thilegislature s
1 = legislature When the Buckmau Buckmaubill u
1 t bill was up for consideration at the thelast th e
1 l last session sessionwas the cry of its advocates advocateswas s
1 a if was that Florida had more state stateinstitutions e
t institutions than she could proper properly ¬
1 t F 1 ly provide for but that with only onlytwo owl owltwo y
l tt two enough money could be spent spenton spentI t
on them to make them great grt at insti institutions illstitutlon institutions ¬
I tutions To say the least the leg ¬
j islature ought to give to the two twoinstitutions twoinstitutions tcv tcvinstitutions o
institutions a sum of money tqual tqualto equa equato 1
e to that givellto given to allpf all of them hereto hereton
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Thats right brethern put the thetalk thei
t i 1r talk to them along this line thick thickand thickand
5 and regular We would ratherhear rather ratherhear ratberi
i hear you talk that way than to todrink todrink todrink
t drink k watermelon watermelonjuice juice on a warm warmday
t day in July If the tb legislature legislaturedeos le islatl1re islatl1redeos
r deos not intend to give us as much muchmoney mucbmoney
money as was appropriated before beforethe beforetbe beforethe
the Buckman Bill passed why in inthe intbe inthe
the name of common sense didthey did didthey didthey
they pass it The idea was to toconcentrate toconcentrate t tconcentrate 0
h concentrate the money and now if ifthey i ithey f
t they cut us short give gi us less than thanbefore tbaTw1ill z
i before it will seem that they the played playeda
a cheap trick on us The Solons Solonsmust Solo n s
l I c must remember e that they y are now nowto nowto
to appropriate money for a Uri University Ulliver UriversitY ¬
versity ver ity and not a small college collegeGive colkgeGhe collegeGive
Give us a square deal or tell us usthe usthe u uthe
the reason whyJust why whyJust whyJust
E Just now The TheN News ws needs an ap appropriation apprtJpriation ¬
P propriation r priation from every one wh who whowishes whowishes o
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wishes to see the paper prosper prosperT
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THE SHORT NOSES NOSESSomething NOSES80mething NOSESSomething
Something to Be Said S id In Favor of 0
Those Who Wear ThemPhyslognomists Them ThemPhysiognomists ThemPhysIognomIsts
Physiognomists tell us that the bigs big
s nosed people do the worlds work worksaid workauld worksaid
said a short nosed man the other day
and they generally add a lot of rub rubi ¬
bish about Napoleons big nose and
how he always selected big nosed men
to carry out daring undertakings
That Napoleon story was Invented
by some one with a nose like Cyrano I
de Bergerac
who wanted an excuse
for his proboscis and therefore pre ¬
tended that his nose was but the In ¬
troduction to a massive Imposing
character It Is true that a big nose Is
sometimes Indicative of firmness and
determination but only when it Is as ¬
sociated with a strong Jaw and long
chin A big nose with a retiring r tlrlng chin
Is almost idiotic In tho expression It
gives to the countenance Every car ¬
toonist knows this Whenever you see
a cartoon of a society dude it shows a
long tnhrP nose 1f1t and n11 n Rmn1t nn11 IMn 11
But there Is something to be said
In favor of the short noses The short
nose shows wit imagination tact
Judgment discretion Socrates bad a
snub nose and of the lively Imagina ¬
tive writers In almost any language
a considerable proportion was short
nosed no ed people Long nosed men may
do their share of the worlds work
but the short noses write the clever
books and the entertaining plays If i
Shakespeare had bad a nose like the
Duke of Wellington do
you ever sup ¬
pose that he would have written the
Merry Wives of Windsor Indsor He
might have been a suacessful theater
manager but would never have be become become become ¬
come a literary artist St Louis
GlobeDemocratPOLITICAL GlobeDemocrat GlobeDemocratPOLITICAL GlobeDemocratPOLITICAL
POLITICAL SPIES SPIESThey SPIESThey SPIESThey
They Are Quite Common All Over the
Continent of Europe
On the continent of Europo it I is quite
a common thing for royal personages
to be subjected to espionage mainly
of course for political reasons
In France Spain Russia Germany
and Austria the practice obtains At Atone Atone
one time during the reign of Napoleon
III a small of
army political spies was wasengnged vasengaged
engaged In watching royal subjects In
fact the vigilance of the different par ¬
ties was so great that there were three
or four distinct secret services
The Theemperor Theemperor Theemperor
emperor had his the empress had hers
the government and the republicans republicansrespecthely
respectively had theirsail theirs all employed
to watch the other parties and theirspies their theirspies theIrspIes I
spies spiesMoreover spIesMoreover spiesMoreover
Moreover Bismarck had his spy over
the emperor So that France was as over overridden oerridden overridden ¬
ridden by spies the most important
however being Bismarcks to whom
the war was Indeed to a great extent
due dueThis
This secret service agent was a Ger German German German ¬
man doctor whose advice the unfortu unfortunate unfortunate unfortunate ¬
nate emperor even preferred to that of
his own court physicians and thus thusll thusllekic
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1lSmarCK U even > CU CUpoleon UCUCI luau luaupoleon
poleon the real state of the tatters tattershealth lattershealth tattershealth
health which was of course a veryimportant very veryimportant veryImportant
important factor in the political situa situation sItuation altnaflow ¬
tion at those times tllllesPearsons Pearsons Weekly WeeklyHe VeeklyHe
He Could Run RunHe RunHe RunHe
He could run nil right all rightHe right rightHe rIghtHe
He had to Talk about your our amatoors amatoorsthat nmatoorsthat amatoorsthat
that spring for sport sportthis this party had hadlearned hadlearned hadlearned
learned to run or starve as a boy an anhad anbod anhad
had never forgot how Why say sa when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he tore hlsself loose from a vicinity It Itseemed Itseemed itseemed
seemed like the whole landscape was wascrippled wascrippled wascrippled
crippled I used to try him out by givin ghIn giv glvn
in I n him n start an shootin at him If Ifhe Ifhe Iflie
he beat the bullet we flggercd he was wasup waiup wasup
up to form but if f the lead overtook overtookhim overtookhIm overtookhim
him wed call it an off day an un unload unload unload ¬
load the catridges Ive seen him scare scarea
a jack rabbit up till It was workin un under under under ¬
der forced drafts then limp up to toit toIt toit
it from behind an kind of yawn an anstretch anstretch anstretch
stretch an then goad it to wake up or orelse orelse o oelse r
else get off the trail on let somebody somebodyrun
run that knowed how howMcClures McClures Magazine Mag Magazine Magazlne ¬
azine
Oh Yes of Course CourseOf
Of the many children and women In InNazareth InNazareth 1 1Nazareth n
Nazareth Palestine who have picked pickedup
up a little English all have a way o osaying of ofsaying ofsaying f
saying of course Instead of a simple simpleyes e
yes The expression which French Frenchpeople Frenchpeople h
people catch up as characteristic of ofthe ofthe o f
the American and Englishman is al always alwa ¬
ways wa s Oh yes A correspondent who whohas whohas whhas °
has cycled down the Rhone valley valleyabout valleyabout
about Provence and along the Riviera Rivierafound Rivierafound
found himself greeted with Oh yes yesby yesby yesby
by the children in the streets of f nearly nearlyevery nenrlyevery nenrl nenrlevery Y
every town And he discovered when whenhis whenhis n
his attention had been called to the thepoint thepoint th e
point in this way that Oh yes yesl was wasreally wasreally w wreally a
really what he and his companions companionswere companiowere
were always saying sa lng
His BusinessThe Business BusinessThe BusinessThe
The lady in black pointed toward thesky the theeky theky
sky ekyMy
My husband she sighed Is up
there but he Is looking down Per Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps ¬
haps he sees all that we do doHow doHow doflow
How long has he been dead deadmaam deadruaam deadmaam
maam we inquired gently gentlyWith gentlyVIth gentlyWith
With a frown she answered answeredDead answeredDead answeredDead
Dead He isnt dead Hes an anaeronaut anaeronautExchange anaeronautExchange
aeronaut aeronautExchange aeronautExchangeSuspicious aeronautExchangeSuspicious Exchange ExchangeSuspicious
Suspicious Signs SignsYou SignsYou
You better hurry up en collect derent de derent derent
rent from Brer Williams WilliamsHow WIlliamsHow
How come comeWell
Well fer de las six nights he been beenaslngln beenEl
aslngln El Jerusalem My Happy Home Homeen
en Its my opinion hes afixin a fiain ter termove termoveAtJanta
move moveAtJanta Atlanta Constitution ConstitutionSaving ConstltutlonSaving ConstitutionSaving
Saving Him HimLittle HimLittle HimLittle
Little Johnnie JohnnIeMother Mother tell me how howpapa howpapa
papa got to know you Mother MotherOne MotherOneday 3f otherOneday One Oneday
day I fell into the water and he Jump Jumped ¬
ed In and fetched me out Little John Johnnie JohnnlcIIm JohnnleIImi ¬
nie nlcIIm Hm Thats funny he wont let letme letme letme
me learn to swim swimTltBlts swimTltBltsThe TitBits TitBitsThe
The dread of ridicule extinguishes extinguishesoriginality atinguishesoriginality extinguishesoriginality
originality In its birth blrthBlackwood Blackwood
PLIGHT OF THE ACTOR ACTORBehind ACTORBehind ACTORBehind
Behind the Scenes He Is I In a Manner Mannera
a Prisoner PrisonerIn
In a way behind the scenes Is a pris prIson
on It Is surely one of the very few
places where Intelligent men and wo
men are locked in their place of work
and where no message from the out outside outside ¬
side world Is allowed to reach them
There is a tradition
that actor folk are areof areof areof
of unusually emotional temperament temperamentand
and If therefore a telegram is received receivedat receIv c
at the stage door it is never delivered delivereduntil leUvereduntU
until after the
performance The mes message me mefage message ¬
sage might be an invitation to supper supperor
or it might announce that the actors
favorite brother has been hanged or it itmight Itmight itmight
might be an offer in a stock company
to play twelve times a week or orIt orItmIght it itmight itmight
might tell the actor that he was the
father of twins or that his wife would
die without seeing him again unless
ho came at once to her bedside but all
of this Information Is
supposed not to
bo b good for the actors emotional dls
nosftiou and the telegram is therefore
the same distinction as the
mash note and kept until after the
performance is finished It cannot be besaid besaId
said that the actors emotional dispo dlsposltlnls ¬
sition sltlnls sit m is very ery seriously considered be beyond ¬
yond the cast iron rule In regard to
telegrams His s comfort and Intelli ¬
gence have been slightly flattered In
a few theaters of very recent date but
for the most part the condition of
behind the scenes hi most playhouses
is not calculated to breed particularly > r
high thoughts of any kind As a matter
of fact he is treated tren ted little better than
when he was only a strolling player
a gypsy gypSysovernl several centuries ago
Charles Belmont Davis in u Outing Mag ¬
azine
PLUG TOBACCO TOBACCOAn
An Old Farmers Story of How the
Name Originated
y
Li jury room u ui uie courthouse a
few days ago an old time farmer said
as ho took a chew of tobacco tobaccoAU
All the difference in the world in
tobacco Ive tried twenty different dltlere t
kinds and none Is as good as that we
used to make ourselves down on the
farm We would take a maple log
while twas green and bore a dozen
holes In it with a two Inch auger
They were our molds
We selected
our ourchoicest ourchoicest ourchoicest
choicest tobacco and soaked It for a aweek
week or more in wild honey Then
wed take the leaf to the log get u
good hickory tamping stick and go to
work workA
A little ball of the honey soaked to ¬
bacco would be put in the auger hole
and tamped In with the stick and a
hammer Wed ed pound It In solid Ball
after ball would be rammed In and
pounded until the whole became a sol ¬
id plug When hen the hole was nearly
full we would pound In the plug and
then the log would be put away to sea season senson season ¬
son As the wood dried the moisture moisturewould moisturewould
would be drawn from the tobacco tobaccov4
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tobacco ever made was taken from it itWe ItWe 1tWe
We called It plug tobacco and thats thatswhere thatswhero thatswhere
where the name originated orlglnatedKansa orlglnatedKansaCit Kansas KansasCity
City Cit Star
Cat Laughter LaughterWhat LaughterWhat LaughterWhat
What was the origin of the phraseEnough phrase phraseEnough phraseEnough
Enough to make a cat laugh laughDr
Dr Murrays Dictionary notices only
Enough to make a cat speak which whichis
is explained as signifying something somethingextraordinary somethingextraordinary
extraordinary especially something somethingvery g
very good to drink Old liquor able to tomake tl tlmake t tmake
make u cat speak is quoted from an anearly anearly a aearly
early eighteenth century ccntur source and andtherewith andtherewith an antherewith d
therewith Stephanas remark to Call Callban CnHban Caliban
ban is compared Open your our mouth mouthhere mouthhere mouthhere
here la that which will give language languageto e eto
to you cat Miss Squeers maldserv maidservant ¬
ant said that only to see Miss Squcera Squcerafriend Squeerttfriend Squeersfriend
friend Miss Price toss her head was wasenough waseoougb waenough s
enough to make a tomcat talk Frencgrammar French Frenchgrammar Frenchgrammar b
grammar But even that is not ex exactly exactly ¬
actly laughing lau hlng Has It anything to d dwith do dowith dtwith n
with the mythical Cheshire animal animalLondon animalLondon animalLondon
London Chronicle ChronicleDress ChronIcleDress ChronicleDress
Dress In Old Massachusetts MassachusettsThere
There was an ancient law In Massa Massachusetts Massachusetts
chusetts that ladles dresses should shouldmade be bemade bemnde
made long enough to hide their shoe shoebuckles shoebuckles sh oe
buckles In 1GGO IG O an act of the general generalcourt generalcourt 1
court prohibited short sleeves and re required required r e ¬
quired q uired garments to be lengthened so as aso asto a s
to o cover the anus ar Js to the wrists and andgowns andgowns an angowns d sd
gowns to the shoe buckles Immod Immoderate Immoderate imm immgrate ¬
erate great breeches knots of ribbon ribbonjroad ribbonbroad rfbbobroad a i >
broad shoulder bands and they be besilk besUk b bsilk ae e
silk roses double ruffs and cuffs wetforbidden were wereforbidden wereforbidden 9
forbidden In the same colony m m1C53 InIG53 a 9a
1C53 I Fairbanks was tried for wear wearing wearing r
ing great boots but was acquitted acquitteda
Tho Early Worm WormEntertaining WormEntertaIning WormEntertaining
Entertaining a childrens party at n nprtnln
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stories to Juveniles happened to em employ employ e eploy m ofd i ¬
ploy the old proverb The early bird birdcatches birdcatches tilt tiltcatches d
catches the worm A little boy queflowed ques questioned questioned s ¬
tioned the proverb promptly But Butwasnt Butwasnt B Bwasnt u it itIS
wasnt the worm foolish he asked askedto asksto d ity I itI
to get up early and be caught My Myclear Mydear M Mdear y
dear said the story teller that worm wormhadnt wormhndnt wonhadnt to u
hadnt been to bed at all He w wjust was wasJust wasjust as IS
Just getting home homeGirl homeGirl homeGirl
Girl Friends FriendsNell FriendsNell
Nell Did you tell her I couldnt couldntcomo could couldome n t ted
como c Belle Yes and she seemed seemedsurprised seemedsurprised seem seemsurprised ed id
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surprised Nell NeHBut But didnt you ex explain explaIn e s ¬
plain to her that Ive got the chicken chickenpox chIckenpox chickspox a
j pox Belle BelleYes Yes thats what surpris surprised surer surered ¬
ed her She said you were no chicken chickenCatholic chickenCatholic chicksCatholic n
Catholic Standard and TImes TunesFive TImesFive TimesFive
Five Indispensable Drugs DrugsYou DrugsYou
You need five drugs said a fool foolphysician foolish foolishphysician foolishphysician Ish Ishpa A
physician to a patient pntlentuwater water food foodair foodair f fair
air sleep and exercise But the thetient pa patlen j
tient sought another doctor the
and andfoolish thefoolish i ifoolish
foolish physician died poor poorSaturday poorSaturdayEvening Saturday Saturd SaturdEvening ay 1 J
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rents of sympathy and deeds of kl klness kind kindness id ¬
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