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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 1919
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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SOLONS WOULD DR KEPPEL IS THEMEOF WON BY UNIVERSITYOF THE SENATE VIRTUALLY SPELLS RUIN


DO TO FLORIDAA MEMORIAL' SERVICELarge

TENN. DEBATERSThree FOR THIS INSTITUTIONFaculty f

Few Concrete Instances of How I fI
Senate's Cut Would Affect ThiUnhersity. Audience Listens to Addresseson Year Agreement Ends With
Life and Character of Beloved United in Resolution to Seek Positions That Pay at
Tenn. in Lead With 4 to Her I
Professor cf Math. Least Subsistence Salaries-Student Body Will "
Credit; Florida Second andS. Not Return for Instruction Under. I
A few illustrations of the shortcuts C. Third
Inferior Teachers. !
for "economy" ( ?) will sufficeto The memorial service in honor of I I
the late Dr. Herbert
explain why the student body has Govert Keppelwas LAST DEBATES A CLEAN-UP
held in the University chapel STUDENT COMMITTEE TO STICK AT TALLAHASSEEIf ,
FOR TE."tN.When .
Arisen in arms against the action of
J last
Sunday
afternoon. A large
audience
the State Senate.
The appropriations for running expatses of the faculty! stunts, and the third of the Triangular the House of Representatives upholds I state and especially for the University J

were reduced from $226,000 to Gainesville people was present to Debates between Florida, South Caro- the decision of the Senate regarding of Florida, where laboratories. f

$162,000, which will mean thnt the hear the addresses full of praise and lina, and Tennessee came to a close the cut of approximately and additions will stand empty and

overworked faculty will be denied a honor for our lamented professor. with the debates on Government own- 60,000 in the appropriations for running idle for two years unless money to ;

Icng-needed increase in salary. President Murphree presided. ership of railroads, Friday night expenses of the University of equip them is forthcoming. It was l'

This w.ll mean that of the Dr. Keppel was stricken with the May 2. When the decisions of the Florida for the coming two years, it the thought expressed by one student j a

faculty will be forced to many leave this influenza last fall while on war work judges were at last recorded, Tennessee rill mean virtually the suspension of speaker that for the legislature to ,

for the government. Pneumonia held first place, with four debatto -' cork at this institution. Without have these buildings built and then to '
State and serk employment in others '
where mere favorable conditions rapidly: developed and the professor her credit; Florida second, wit: noney to pay adequate salaries to its refuse to furnish them with necessary

ex- died.The three; South Carolina third, with two instructors, it will lose the men who equipment was about as foolish a I I'

ist.The act of knocking off small services were opened with a This was the third and last year of have contributed most in making the trick as hiring a man to plow a field ,
a short prayer by the Reverend Dr. the Triangular arrangement ant" University of Florida what it is to- and then refuse to give him a plow.
matter of $14,000 from the
of the is the general Anderson of the First Presbyterian marked the close of the present con day. The inevitable lowering of standards Thursday night another meeting of i j
University leastcf
expense Church. After a hymn, "Lead Kindly tract. resulting from this will cause the students was held. At that time 1 I
the salient
mistakes
committed by light", had been sung, Dean Benton Florida congratulates the winne' students and prospective students to Bill Bivens, who had returned from M

the Senate. The one act which soundsthe gave a talk on "Dr. Ketjpel as a Man". upon her victory, and particular": :seek other better equipped institutions allahassee, reported on the progress :
death knell of all
progress at the Dean Eenton described Dr. Keppel's since Tennessee overcame the handi- whose faculties are paid! at least that the delegation was making at the i

University is the act which reducerthe early home life in Michigan, wherehe cap of the first year, having lost botl; ubsistence: salaries. All the progress I capital. He stated-and was supported f

appropriation for libraries and spent his boyhood days. Dr. Kep- debates at that time. ind former program of building and in his statements by several tele- .

'laboratories from $35,000 to lO.OOOfor pel was one of five children in an old At Knoxville H. M. Friedlander an? equipping this institution will go for grams and letters which the committee 1

two years, a sum of $5,000 for Dutch family. His early educationwas H. C. Johnson upholding the nega laught. A few dozen students will had returned-that there were

each year. received in the little; Dutch com- tive for the U. of F. met M. A ompose the student body of what is many men on the side of larger appropriations t
Members of the faculty have stated where his made their iow a strong and growing State uni- but that there were
munity parents Wright and C. B. Smith of the Univer
that this will mean that courses num- 'ersity-an institution that ranks many others who were with the opposition ;
and
home. He attended Pope College sity of South Carolina. Even froIr j
bering over six will have to be hird in the United States in its Several senators and representatives +
later the University of Michigan; ; but the very outset the debate took on r per- ,
dropped from the curriculum: physics, returned to Pope where he received very equal appearance. When the e.u entage of Ph. D.'s on the faculty. have sent wires to men on
botany, biology, zoology, veterinary the that they behind the ;
were
his bachelor degree. Later Professor was already in sight opinion was sti! When the news reached the campus campus !
science: poultry husbandry, and other Keppel received h;. P1! 1) f'-. ""'i evenly divided. In the closing rebuttal Monday morning that the Florida students in their efforts to get more i ,

science courses. The dropping of Clark University, Massachusetts.After however, South Carolina drove State Senate had cut the biennial appropriation money. 'j !
tv.ee: ccurses means that no longer At that meeting telegram :
a
instructorin for the support of the institutions was
a few years as an home its points and gained the de-
will the University be able to grant read to the students. It contained
Northwestern University at Chi- cision. It is interesting to know 'thatour of higher learning in the i
t degree in chemical engineering as cago, Dr. Keppel attracted by the boys went up against two met state, the student body at once took names of the men on the house committee 4 j

she has in the past.It wonderful climate and opportunities 'who are considered to be among th every method possible! to have the bill on appropriations, and the in-@J :
was the thought of one student 'tilled in the House of Representatives. formation that the delegation was f
-rf Florida, and seeing in the newly very best in the state of South Caro
speaker that the damage would be of Florida meet with that committee Thursday. fi 1
a
'stablished University lina. Wright has made the intercollegiate
infinite and beyond the power of human chance for more rapid advancement debating team for seven years Leaders on the campus obtained An appeal is to be made to Governor i !
minds to That hun- Catts for a veto in the event that 4
contemplate. institu- permission from the faculty to call a
cast his lot with the young and according to the Gamecock is one
dreds cf students would come here pecial meeting of the student body. the reduced appropriation goes
death last
icn and until his untimely of the greatest orators in the South.
next year, or send inquiries regarding fall, Dr. Keppel had been one of the At Columbia Florida was represented The period usually devoted to drill through the two houses. I

courses and that the Universitywould mcst ardent and enthusiastic work. by Oscar Norton and Ralph Bin- gas turned over to the students. The Board of Control meets in Tal- .

be unable to provide, with the jrs in the advancement of the Uni- ford who upheld the affirmative This was the most spirited meeting lahassee Monday. At that time the r

'V+?ted sum of money, facilities to crs'ty. Fis work was not confinedto against R. H. Leonard and R. R. that the students have had in several student committee is to ask them to ;

hold these men. the work of his particular depart- Owen of Tennessee. The debate took years. It was the idea of every man recommend larger appropriations to I II
Each letters from all the that spoke that for the Legislature the legislature. $226,000 is the
day over ment but he took an interest in all the expected course. Before long the J .'
United! States and from countries in that pertained to the welfare of the issues at stake were clear. The af- :o take the step of reducing the appropriation -I I amount needed. ;
It is not known when the delegation ;
the Latin South are received making institution: and the students. firmative upheld that private systemshad by the percent that the '
inquiry about the school. The world' After this brief outline of Dr. Kep- proven themselves to be inade- Senate proposes, would mean the will return, but a letter from lIar-

greatest war is ended and there will el's life by Dean Benton, Mr. R. T. quate to our needs and that govern- :uination of the school for many yearsto grave states in strong terms that they
? will be on the field to the bitter end.
ba influx of hundreds of come. The University of Florida
an
young Hargrave spoke on "Dr. Keppel asa ment ownership of the railroads was
men who took part in this war from Friend of the Students". Mr. Har- the most desirable solution. The neg- it present rates third in the United

this: State and from other States, tc told how the professor, not ative set forth regulation and controlas States in regard to the number of PROFESSOR -AULT RESIGNS
at the grave Ph. D.'s on the faculty. There were Professor O. C. Ault, Associate Pro- t
satisfy thirst for learning all
a only in the class room, but at the best solution and carried their
State institution.The sincere friend of every point. no faculty members present at the fessor of History and Economics at
times was a
action of the State Senate will student. He was always ready to Florida's teams returned filled with fleeting, but men who spoke and who this University, has been on leave I

mean that these men will be denied the man who was a little des- praise for South Carolina and Ten- had interviewed them reported that this year studying at the University .
help _he major of the entire facultyhad of Wisconsin, but whose return was
the opportunity to secure a complete and was always at hand witha nessee, not only as to their forensic part :J
education in Florida that they will pondent re- their pledged themselves to leave and anticipated next fall, has resigned to
; cheerful smile and a pleasing ability, but also appreciative of
b? compelled to leave the State and mark. In Dr. Keppel the boys recog- hospitality. Every effort was.made. eek new positions should this bill accept a position at Peabody College. J /N,

seek other schools.It nized one of their most trustworthy that they might enjoy the trip, and is clipped go through.It The University regrets to lose him, 1'

will mean that the State of Florida friends, and they in return loved and they certainly did. was the general sentiment of the but congratulates? him upon having
secured much lucrative
will have to import trained men him. The debate between South Carolina student body expressed ,by many a more position -
respected
to carry on the work of certain departments After a beautiful selection by the and Tennessee at Gainesville was as speakers that should the cut be made His salary of advancement will be $3,000, with J' &1

requiring special training. orchestra, Professor W. S. Cawthon the other, undecided until the last and should the faculty do as they had prospects thousand dollars before another.

For many years University authorities x former student under Dr. Keppeln speaker had concluded. Tenn.'s af- stated, they would not be alone in the long.

have slaved to kill the thought in his chosen profession of mathe- firmative received a unanimous decis- move. Virtually the entire: enrollment ,
ENGINEERS "I
WIN FIRST
the minds, of Florida's youth that her matics, made a brief talk on "Dr. Kep- ion but it was obtained in the last has resolved to attend school

State institutions were unable to educate pel as a Teacher". The professor ten minutes of speaking. elsewhere should the cut be put into VOLLEYBALL MATCHThe

thorn in accordance with a stan- of the late doctor's efficient While in Gainesville the visiting effect.
i spoke Engineering College won the
dard excelled by none. At the pres- I class room methods, his teams were guests at the White At the close of the meeting which
first of a 'series of intercollegiate volleyball -
ent time the University has the choiceof of the students and House. had resulted in the election of LloydZ.
ing understand-I matches Tuesday night in the
prdl""ally all the high school ability to make hard Morgan, Dixon Beggs and R. T. Gym. when its team licked the Ags.
graduate; in the State, except those and interesting for them Hargrave as a delegation to go before
of one.'I
by a score two games to
few who go elsewhere, due to the too, of his high rank in the mathe- SOME INTERESTING the Legislature and present the pleasof It was hard to tell which way the
pleadiof; close friends or relatives matical world. RESULTS OF INTERCOL- the student body to that group, a tide
was going to turn until after the
wo! are alumni of outofthestate The closing address, "Dr. Keppelas LEGIATE BASEBALLA hat was passed around and enough I second game. The first game was won
Oicols.The made by JudgeT. in to start the committeeoff
Scholar", was money paid
a by the Engineers by one point. The
duction of the general expense M. Shackleford of Tampa, former to Tallahassee Monday afterndon.The
second tussle went to the Ags. with a
: appropriations will mean that Justice of Florida. Judge number of unusually interesting student delegation was strength-
Chief score of 14 to 9. In the final, how-
the -.." riptions for current maga- Shackleford spoke at some length intercollegiate baseball games took ened with S. W. Getzen and W. J. :
ever, the Engineers came back stronger -
zines -:. ill have to be cancelled. It and most eloquently of our lamented place in the, north last week. The Bivens, who accompanied them to the than ever and won the game with-

_ will rocv.n that few new books can be professor, as he had known process of elimination is going on apital. The delegation was further out letting their opponents have a

; bough:, In fact, to use the expression him. The Judge spoke of his high and already the probable championship fortified with a petition which hadbeen single score.

t i the last student to speak, "It scholarship, not confined to the narrow teams are themselves. Among circulated. It contained the signature Those playing the match were:

will i- t un that the faculty of the Uni- field of his specialty, but extend- the many games which took place of every man who attended Aggies Engineers

f verjthe: students and State of- ing into many fields of science and were the following: chapel. Clemons Simmons

ficr.nill: be constantly embarassed philosophy.After Princeton 6; Cornell 3. Several citizens from Gainesvillealso DeVane Axelson

1 t when inquiries are made as to the Judge Shackleford's address, Pennsylvania 6; Harvard 2. made the trip. They were joinedby Williams Connell

L equivalent and courses at the Univer- a hymn was sung and the gatheringthen Tufts 6; Yale 2. a goodly number of Florida alumni Wells Yancey

sity of Florida. dismissed with a benediction by Naval Academy J>; North Carolina all having the common purpose of Walker
State 3.Columbia. icing influence _on the solons to
Anderson.
P. ,lessor Earl C. Arnold, of the Dr. I 7; Cornell 0. I hange the tide of sentiment in favor Cooper Sollee ,

'Jaw faculty: spoke for the Victory before the local Odd Fellows West Point 13; Willow 7. If larger appropriations for the Nichols Battle '
dress
Loa Melrose last week, and Monday JuCr.F& 4 .... ..$:!2''C.I I I Columbia 5; Stevens 3. schools of higher learning in the.! Driggers Gill I
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credit for their untiring efforts in L.ow .sd won't* quit. Very well, HOTEL SEMINOLE
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR
getting the school back to normal con- then the fool-killer is already at I Jacksonville, Florida.

I ditions. work. with
Printed and published by students You know that there are other and ModernFireproof rooms 150 bath.

I of the University of Florida every worse kinds of dissipation. You know for students
CAPITAL IN NERVES Headquarters of
I Thursday in their own print shop on whether any of them touches you.
the campus. "Sowing wild oats" is the phrase. If
Fatigue attacks first the nerve cen- it were only a phrase! Wild oats the University of Florida and

ters. Nerve fibres are practically un- always get into the spinal cord and
Staff weariable. Muscles long outlast the sprout. Presently you find with hor- their friends.Rates .
DUKE WILLIAMS_. Editor in Chief
nerve cells. The cells show measure- ror that you are all grown through.
BENJAMIN ARCHER__Mng. EditorM. able signs of fatigue after a few sec- Exercise. I am dissatisfied with $1.50 per day European plan and upwards.

ST.EIN.Asst. Mng. Editor onds of hard work. They may readilybe our college athletics. Go to the gym- J.B.POUND Pres. H.R.HARPER MCT.
REGINALD DeSILVA.. Local Editor
worked down to .
powerlessness.If nasium. Or play tennis. Or saw
DEWEY DYE.:_Athletic Editor you wish to picture what is tak- wood! SMOKECrawford's -
I. VAN E. HUFF__Society Editor
ing place in the nerve cells while theyare Be cheerful if you can. If you can.
I I RALPH BINFORD.Contributing Ed. becoming fatigued watch a roast- For probably you are morbid and Blunt
i HERBT. FRIEDLANDER Ex. Editor ing apple it shrivels Hodge'sexperiments
as
i up. gloomy and blue just because your
iI I exhibit this process. nervous system is touched with, THE ORIGINAL
Business Department You sometimes work nearly all chronic fatigue. But be cheerful if

RALPH STOUTAMIRE_Bus. Mgr. night. There comes a time when you you can, for good cheer will help 5 c Cigar Union Made

WALTER GUNN.Circulation Mgr. seem to recover from fatigue. You make you well. This is not poetry.It Made by A.G.Barber Cigar Factory, Gainesville.Florida
RANDALL HUNTER and feel yourself at your best. What is is a fact that your gloom or your

GILBERT "CURTIS.__Printers the cause? You are drunk. Fatigue cheer radiates out through your body, JORDAN &I COMPANY
has poisoned your blood and this has affects the circulation of your blood

Entered as second-class matter, intoxicated you. You had better get affects the nutrition and upbuildingof FURNITURE

September 28, 1912 at the postoffice drunk some other way. This is about tissues, makes you sweeter or

at Gainesville Fla., under the Act of the worst way. :?sourer and lo, presently your cheers
j March 3d, 1879. Go on. You are young: You recover -I reaping a fine harvest of new and w.o. RUSSELL MANAGER

Place all communications and news readily. Study as late as you healthful cheers or your gloom is
items in boxes designated for that please. Dissipate. What then? You reaping a harvest of new miseries.So .

purpose in Peabody and Language find yourself in a state of chronic fa be cheerful if you can. Don't MONEY TO LOAN AT A
tigue. You cannot accomplish
Halls. any- brood. Take a walk instead. Don'tbe
r Rate-The Florida Alligator $1.00. thing.: Perhaps you are oppressedwith too full of introspections and re RELIABLE PAWN SHOP
unreasonable 'gloom. Perhapsyou
morses. Go do something worth while
MOTHERS DAY are haunted with insistent ideas .nstead. Don't worry over the des 102 West Main Street N.

Perhaps you feel weighed down in- tiny of man. Go to the house of
A Full Line of Musical
Next Sunday is Mothers' Day. Re- capable of decisions or action. In need, and destiny will open the door InstrumentsMILLER'S

member your mothers, fellows. Write other words, you are a melancholiac.You for you with smiling face.
her letter and let her know you insane. You in
a are are a state Be rich
Finally be wise if you can.
appreciate and love her; or, if you of chronic fatigue. What is a di-
;md be famous, win what prizes you
ran't exactly express yourself appro- ploma worth to a man who has used and
'an from money to knowledge
priately in your own words, go over himself up? What is one to do? well whileou
Dower and grace; but keep
to the Library and look up some little Eat. Don't think it is necessary to
are about it. If you are tempted'o
o verse that will convey to her your have books. It is not. Job had none. to
let your nervous capital go
: sentiments: and send it to her. The Homer had none. But you must eatDon't sake of
aste for the any advantage
I second Sunday in May is the day set eat bad food if you can help it. whatever pray think of yourself ten

aside each year for Mother. Don'tforget Protect your stomach from surprise .'-ears older holding that price but
her. parties when you can. Get up a hand.
holding it in a nerveless
club of people who are willing to pal For
Agent
"But then I must quit college.
TIME more now and less for drugs here- Well, quit. Go be a cowboy. The )
after. Then find the best cook you plains of Texas are better than a /ciffa( /'u j a'1'ld1/%t."tJJlWJ14 Tan'j
Some weeks ago the Alligator came
madhouse. An axe swung with .
out with a statement that any other can.Sleep.. Sleep as long as you want .
strength and joy is better than a 7lltlj071 !
in the country could change its -- jy orat
place to. Don't steal from sleep to study, lassic: pen shaking in the hand of aaralytic. moo.
time as it saw fit but the University or sleepiness will steal it back from .
-William Lowe Bryan. Of
would remain in the old realm. But study. The rested brain can remem- Jacksonville.

j now that the city and immediate vicinity ber better, can concentrate better.
WHAT MONEY CANNOT BUY
have gone completely over toy What is worth more in the rested
the Federal time we find that it brain things shoot together and there!
Moreover it is not true that a man
to I
inconvenience
wcrks cons derable is a new thing, a new idea, a disco
of his he
dispose as
the students to have to run on two ery. Sleep regularly. The nervou? an money
chooses. The for which it
times; especially to those students system has its rhythm. Go to bed ata purposes
who reside off the campus. The certain hour, rise at a certain hornfor can be used are strictly bounded. MARABLE IBc ua Barber $bop
There are man things that he can-
double time causes unnecessary calculation two weeks and the nervous )
sys-
( East of Palm Parlor)
not buy with it for example health I Is the official I
thus serving to overwork tem adjusts itself to that rhythm. Vi- ; photographer
: life, wisdom, a cheerful spirit, Special Rates to Students.
the brains of some of our ardent stu olate that rhythm by sitting up sev- ong for the University of Florida
dents. eral hours later and you have upset "t clear conscience peace of mind a .. Satisfaction Guarar.teed.

Now that the spring season is well yourself. If you are young and contented heart. I
You the stock called Hap-
never see
under way, the students can manageto strong you can stand it-awhile. But
at o'ness! quoted on the exchange. How DR. GORDON B. TISON THE ALLIGATORis
arise for breakfast as easily at last as Dr. Jordan used to say the
eight o'clock as at seven. tool-killer will find you out. high would it range think you-a
hundred shares of Pre DENTIST
Happiness
We would advocate an immediate Avoid drugs. Maybe what you are on sale at
ferred, guaranteed, 7%, seller 30?
change in the time of the Universityfrom using will not hurt you--coffee, tea, Phone 243 Gainesvillelaw
the old to the new. We like tobacco cocoa sleeping potions what- Henry van Dyke.Astronomy MSOELEY'S CORNER

r the non-conformist's policy to the extent ever drink or drugs you take. Maybethe Exchange Florida

where it does not interfere with "nerve tonic" you use is good for Professor: "I spend my Summer Time sug .

the principle of expediency. However you. But you should try to be sure evenings gazing at heavenly bodies".
shirts with soft
we think it would save a great whether it is or not. Maybe you do Art Student: "So do I".- Judge. gests
deal of confusion and enable us to J C AdkinsAttorney collars. Anticipating the

better work together with the City of
Gainesville to undergo this change. and Counsellor at Law need of the Boys wehave

Gainesville, Florida put in a large line of
THE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENTIn
The Palm Beach Collar Pins. Prices from


many has respects been the the saving Athletic grace Department of- ;1 N11ia-r U.rirlbing 25 to 50 cents,

our college spirit this year. What L C. SMITH
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would we have done without those POSTWest tlurnt at 1111J North Side of Square. '_

games with the South Carolina teams, (;aiutaviIIt, olriDaDr.Tench
and the accompanying midnight pa- .
I, rades? Those are the more outstand- EXPERT AUTO

l. ing occasions in our curriculum this Palm Beach Florida

year when the school has been over- REPAIRINGGUARANTEED

flowing with pep.

It was the Athletic Departmentthat -'o-o..: r- ,. '-. .. :ID entis1;
secured the baseball team its
splendid suits and at an extremely Office Graham Bldg.

reasonable figure at a time when the PUBLISHED EVERY DAY Gainesville, Fla. Pbone 258J Albert Smith

_ team was in urgent need and facinga

An crisis.attractive schedule for our Associated Press Service. GERALD J.J O'RIELL Y 303 E. Main St. S.

gridiron Gators has been arrangedfor ARCHITECTMiami Opposite Fire Static


Arrangements next fall. are being made and Constructive in PolicyDevelops Gainesville B. LILIENBUI

'completed as rapidly as possible for .
Florida
the full equipment of the new gymnasium I

and later for the construction


! of the a coming beautiful Intercollegiate natatorium.At .TrackI the East Coast and Everglade Sectionof Mor'ri' ig Cannon (Jo BICYCLES

Meet Florida will be well represented.

We can count on a good showing.We Florida. WEAVER'S

certainly have a hustling De- "
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partment. Let us give it our undi- :..
vided and whole-hearted support. No Graham Building STEAM LAUNDRYWe
other branch of our University is Subscription
do first class
working more diligently for the up- Six dollars a year, payable in advance. ALL KINDS OF
Florida. We,
building of a greater Dry Cleaningat
owe a great deal to this department' INSURANCEAND

of our education and the men at the
BONDS reasonable price5I
head are certainly due a world of
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I JACKSONVILLEi 1 of a tough beef well beaten in with 't"
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grease" Several "rats" who

i n ] ID mgJDCOnFANT/ dressed appeared down too by hard-boiled this method have and been the j.,

results it are most palatable. Of course IF $25 IS YOUR

lege was Bob most should natural gravitate on entering to the mess-col- _


"The gpoPtgman'g glore" hall slinger and if woe to the guilty biscuit ::
Bob sees him do it. Bob SUIT PRICE

129 West Bay Street would have received the nickname

"Messhall but for the fact that one
Bell Phone 748JACKSONVILLE omnivorous and pantophagous biped It is a foregone conclusion that Porter's is I

FLA. had already attained that distin- your suit store. Not because we say so. One
guished title when Bob's .r
the zenith.Lt. star rose to look at the wonderful new clothes we have

S. A. B. Wilkinson, A.B.. LL.D., gathered at this popular price is enough to con- '
Counsel for the Accused: "Ser- B.S., A.E.F.C.O. j
Son of vince :you and the twenty-five that your search
this soldier sober
geant was enoughto ConfederacyAfter
realize that he was hitting you, his for extra value is at an end. ,
vainly
First Sergeant?" trying out his tongue- Not that we claim to be miracle workers, but r
twisting given name, S.. A. B. or Shot '
First Sergeant: "Yes, sir I think he And Bullets, the campus compromisedon we buy for three big stores and the great Porter % ,

was. (Hesitating) as he called me a "Rowdy" for our last major. volume creates the great Porter values. c- .
Ex. f
old --
Rowdy first saw the light of day
dimly thru a cloud of powder smoke MODELS AS EXTREME: OR AS DIGNIFIEDAS

somewhere below the M. and D. Line. YOUR FANCY DICTATES IN A WIDE '

At an early age his bellicose proclivities -
RANGE OF PATTERNS.
INSIDE INFORMATION' FOR : manifested: themselves. He appeared -

i at the battle of Bull Run NEW KNOX HATS r '

THE UNINITIATEDlescn j mounted on a rocking-horce, with a .'A "7 .

teething ring in cr.e hand and an SPRING SHIRTS 'r!, .. :
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ivory rattle in the other. It is said ?. \ ..4..yBOYDEN
1 that the terrific crashes from this OXFORDS rSMART
rattle
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10. Biographies of Some of
as it was brandished the ,
by en- '
Our Notorieties "II : NECKWEAR 1
raged infant greatly deceived th .'. -

other side as to the amount of artil- ;

ery in the hands of the.r opponents r'I 1

(By Tohretaw) and turned the tide: of the battle. .

When Rowdy attained the age whent

was no longer for his '
necessary
I. "Bob", Messhall ManagerBcb
orderly to heat his milk during: the t
was born in a large city on
night bivouacs, peace was declared. .
the second floor above a Baltimore
I I
,.lowdy, finding no more cannon
Lairy Lunch. Neither of his parentsv.eie
-nouths to walk into took to football -
at home at the time so Bob
as the next best thing to a I
regu I
leatacd early to shift for himself.As .
lar battle. His prowess was su,;:"
self preservation is nature's first
that the other team had only t U;;
itslinct and as food is the first ne.ujty -
learn that Rowdy was playing that II
in preserving the life of infancy -
( Bob was in right from the day to make them hire seven extra In the Heart of Three Big Cities :; :

Waterboys, and lose ten pounds apiec
start. One of his first acts was to I
Nashville
worrying before the first whistle Jacksonville Birmingham
paint the pillow on his bed to repre-
sent a charming high yellow. Tyingthe blew. The only reason that Auburnwon Cor. Bay and Laura. 1922-1924 First Ave. Cor. Fifth and Church. I
was because Rowdy who has a ._ _
in such a manner as --- H"
; pillow: case
sporting streak: and wanted to give
to imitate a morning: gown he lowered I as he found these to offer the least I
hired
the other side a fair show an
t..e contraption from the back win- to a shotgun load
target
conspicuous
actor to act the part of his twin and Goods at Prices
dwW cne morning just as the colored I appear limping into the grandstand of rock-salt when scaling a barbwire Popular Popular :
will man drew the stoppers from his fence. A black coat is as good as
:with a crowd of friends who addressedhim atJ'RK I I IJ3
milk cans, and stooped to pour out as "Rowdy", thus deceiving the one of any other color to hide a water-i I
the restaurant's daily supply of milk.I melon under, is Hawkshaw's unshaken "'[ '
Auburn scouts into thinking it was : :J:1\I.1: ei d ;
7 he sudden appearance of what the real Rowdy hors de combat. belief.
seemed to be an attractive new cook life When Hawkshaw first took up his -
The latter part of his historymay
en the back step caused him to set records duties at the University he was a
: be found in U. S. Army I
down the milk can and doff his hat stalwart figure of a man and would 1
of the recent war.
and in the history I.
tot the same time attempting some fight at the drop of a hat. However, DO BUSINESS WITH
conversational pkasantry such as, Mr. Cofield, Master at Arms and Detective successive generations of caducous

*"Di
I ball cf the Inverted Order of Lacteal will come as a shock of surpriseto gunpowder wrapped in old shirt tailsto i

Il i Bilu.ers?" Of course the painted learn that "Hawkshaw" really has drop from the third floor as Hawk- The New Million Dollar Hank" Resources Over $1,000,00 :.
l
pillow would not reply, but assume a another name. It took a corps of shaw came into the entry have broken I ,
PInkerton men to discover this, but
skillful
c.quttth: : : pcse under Bob's his spirit.
nanlpulction of the string from ouch is indeed the case. Now when rumors are rife that a :

tbove. By the time the milkman had Hawkshaw. early evinced a desire greased pig is being slipped into .

covered the deception Bob had ;o stay awake mgnis. TT now many chapel, or that seven "rats" are (@)

lowered a length of garden hose into I fond parents lament the nocturnal activities sewed in sacks weighted with mess- I
as a sad carried to the
the open milk cans and siphoned of their progeny hall biscuits and being

several months' supply of milk up to I fault, when in sooth they should realize : swimming pool, Hawkshaw simply ;#
)
of the fact that such thingsbe e
"Can
and be proud sadly,
murmurs
hs: room. When old enough to con-
sume solid: food he secured a job in .Another night watchman has come into ?" and, pulling the blanket over

the restaurant, putting wire muzzles i .he world.! his head, slowly :sinks! back into slumber D 6f G Cleaner I

e en the flies so that they would not I Hawkshaw says that his parentsnever again, in his little box of excelsior -
tried to sidetrack: his natural in the basement of Science Hall,
consume the
e sugar.In teacher in inclinations from the night his father to dream of the night watchman's .
school his former
English still tells with pride of his started to teach the baby Hawkshaw rust. heaven, where all colleges are down co-ed his will remove all the dirt from anything i
Not a Friday how to cuss, after running a and the raucous rat tones
ploits in composition.
the father's) and spends his I
his (
tack into energies
.n afternoon passed but that the carpet superfluous .
I Toot when walking the floor with wakeful hours composing love dittiesto

ia teacher an original received cook at book least"from one chapter Robert. bare the infant calliope at 2 a. m. the damsel who sits in front of Ask our Dealers for a
!
HardboiVd In later youth watermelon farmers him in the class room.
Tis : "How to Dress -
recipe on .
Hawk- veri-
in the corroborate the statement that Can there be any doubt of the
rats" is a masterpiece the shaw's movements were by night. He ties herein set forth? If there are, demonstration. .
included
- culinary art. In it are
do
"outer skinii early learned to wear black clothing the earnest seeker after truth will ,T
'me hrrorod ingredients the
I the author a favor by keeping

.natter dark. DOZIER & GAY PAINT CO. i

grade for grade, CASE
for price, BOTH SIDES OF TilE
PRICE is no better pipe made I

I than a\V D C. You can get a pipe The oldest good story is the one f Makers of Ce11ulene'J
trade- who left the farm and
the familiar triangle about the boy
with
mark in any size and shape and ;ot a job in the city. He wrote a let- Atlanta Jacksonville 1
L who had elected to
brother
want-and you will be er to his ;
grade you l the farm telling of the joys F
stick by
W D C Pipes are
did it Ga. Fla.
, glad you and sold in the of city life, in which he said: .
raaoa MARK American made "Thursday we auto'd out to the -
shops at $6 down to 75 cents. until
best club where we golfed

M York country lark. Then we trolleyed back to Up to date Auto Accessories and

iies WM. DEMUTH & CO.JIa.v/actvrer, New ;own and danced until dawn. Thenwe I
World' Large it Pipe
motored to the beach and Fridayed SuppliesAt

there." Reasonable Prices. THAT'S US
His brother on the farm wrote
I GAINESVILLE AUTO SUPPLY CO.
, back:
"Yesterday we buggied to town W. H. Martin. Mgr. Gainesville. Fla r

-E and baseballed all afternoon. Then t

Tfe went to Ned's and pokered until t tI

Here of Is In a any pipe eom to aDY.be morning. Today we muled out to Watch, for MEMORIAL
proud
Genuine French Briar he corn field and gehawed until sun-
y carefully elected beauti down. Then we suppered and then
:
superbly edition of the ALLIGATOR
Counted with sterline we piped a while. After that we

Und and vulcanite bit staircased up to our room and bed- I t

steaded until the clock fived."-Ex.
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: ihHt EiIiI prompt and careful attention as if you had yourself called

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RATES. A.REPCSOI DULEY, Prop.I7 BLe FROM 1 STETSON NINEScore BUY COLLEGE COWSThe

The University of Georgia is rejoicing I

, NICE MODERN ROOMS EXCELLENT TABLE SERVICE over the success of its base-: 13 to 4.-Boys Shown Great report of the special committee

I AINE ''VILLE FLORIDA PHONE 168( ball team's trip thru South Carolinaand Time While in.DeLand.-Girls which was appointed at the extraordinary

Virginia. They-were also suc- Galore session of the Legislature to

cessful in their series with Mercer. visit the state institutions and make

RETURN GAMES MAY 15 AND 16 recommendations as to their condi
Tallahassee again has lights. A
'
tion and needs was mabe public last
; HAVE YOU EVER HAD dynamo was shipped from Miami and
: The Florida nine returned to Gaines- week. Nothing in reference to the
# installed at The currentis
was once.
., ville Sunday with easily-won baseball University of Florida appeared in the
not as strong as it should be, but
: having defeated Stetson Uni- published report, but some very interesting
: Sunday Dinner at the White House? is a decided improvement over oil spoils
versity at DeLand by a score of 13 disclosures and recommend

'; We Always Have lamps and candles. I to 4. They brought back somethingelse ations were made in regard to the

F the too-a deep regard for the students Florida State College for Women and
The "Volunteers" of Univers'tyof
of that institution. The cour- other state institutions.
A Good Dinner on'Sundays.
Tennessee are not enthusiasticover :
I I
tesy and consideration shown them Board Charge
the results of their trip into
: their in DeLand won the Your committee finds that the
; during stay price
Phone 68 for table reservations. the blue grass state. They ran into ,,
hearts of our baseball t>1 '-"><'. per scholar for board has been raised
I hard luck and left the big end of the
j score in their opponents hands in The game, to hear the fellows talk from about $13 to $18 per month.

J every case. The Kentuckians are going about it, was not a very sy& .L.ed ai- This money is used not only for buy-

to meet the Volunteers at Knox- fair. It seems that they were able to ing food but for paying for the lights,
1: put it over the Hatmakers with the water and heat and also for furnish.
ville soon, and the supporters of the
expenditure of a slight degree of ef- ing the rooms. This advance was
and White record different
I Orange hope to -
j Brown Bro5 Co. history this time. fortNo made necessary on account of the increase
; 9 startling plays were made, but in cost of food. This income

The Tuskegee Student of March: by the score b..v>K the blaring fact will, after paying for the above items
: a J Gainesville FloridaBuyers 29th was the Senior Class number. was disclosed that the Gators had 19 leave a small balance in this particular

On the cover was a picture of the hits; off the Stetson twirler. fund. Last fall the surplus in
When the Gators arrived at De- this fund was used to buy cows.
graduating class of 1918. The
; of i in paper
hickory stumpage contained an interesting account ofTuskegee's Land, cars met them at the train and We believe that the board charges

part in the war. Aside carried them all over the city and to should be kept down as low as pos
,
'J Florida. If ynu have any hickory from having over fifty of its men get points of interest in the surrounding sible, consistent with furnishing

t i; I II I commissions, the Institution trained districts. They were taken to beau- proper and nutritious food, and that

: trees write us. many hundred colored soldiers along .iful De Leon Spring near the school, : in a sufficient quantity.

I mechanical lines. They also had! where an hour or so was spent sport- : The college is in a good, healthy

.. students in all branches of the service ing about in the waters. Before leaving -I condition and is gradually working its

and the student body helped ,to carryon the city the Gators were guestsof way to the front ranks of women's

"Y", Red Cross, and other war honor at a dance given by the Sigma colleges in this nation. There are

work. Three Tuskegee men were cited Nu fraternity. It was here that many families, however, with two or
I. ZARING&CO. for bravery in action. they met many winsome girls, an three girls who would like to send

event which gave the trip that degreeof I I them to the institutions but for financial

YALE CREW OUTROWS pleasantness which possibly it reasons cannot do so. Therefore
i
WHOLESALE GROCERS PRINCETON OARSMENThe could not otherwise have attained. I I I your committee believes that

Sleepy-eyed and tired, the Gators j I i i money paid in for board, should be

!i JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Yale Varsitv Crew defeated- hit old Florida's campus Sunday morn-,I used only for buying, preparing and

Princeton in record-breaking time by ing after an all-night ride. They serving the food, and no portion of jt

I a full length on May 3. The time were unanimous in the opinion that used to pay light, water, heat or cow
get by the Yale crew was 10:16-2/5. the Hatmakers may not be able to

The consolation race, the freshmen play ball exceptionally well, but that bills.The principal object in creating the

IDEAL FERTILIZERSCOMPLETE event, fell to the Princeton oarsmen they can certainly show visiting school was to create an institution

who had no difficulty, but led from teams a good time in a successful that the Florida girls, more especially -

the first stroke. manner. those of moderate means, could at-

The boys all report that Stetson tend, and to do so it is absolutely

TO PLANT TREES IN students are anxious to resume ath- essential that the price of board be
FORMULAS ANY ANALYSIS HONOR OF DEAD HEROESAs letic relations- with Florida, and are kept down.

going to send their team from De- HeatingWe
PROPORTIONED TO PREVENT WASTE
a memorial to those who gave Land next week to play two return find that the steam heating system

} PROMPT SHIPMENT their lives as a supreme sacrifice, Barnes, one on Thursday, May 15, and is not satisfactory; it is scattered

South Carolina is planning to plan he other on the following day. entirely too much, each building bas

I II trees thruout the entire state. The ing a separate small plant. In our

i State University has taken hold of: i "BE LEGAL ARCHITECTS opinion, one central plant, connecting
the idea and is making preparationsto NOT LEGAL MASONS" with all of the buildings, would be
? I : Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. carry it out on the University I much better, could be operated a great

.1 E grounds. Certainly this idea as an Judge Shackleford Urges Lawyers to I deal cheaper, and save $2,500 of coal
Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers everlasting memorial is commendablefor Couple Liberal Education with Mastery annually.

I I' it is one that will grow dearer to of Law to Make Success. ConclusionIn
Florida.
Jacksonville, the university as the years roll by. conclusion your committee recommends
3 "Success in the Practice" was the :

subject of an eloquent address given effort be
I PENN. STATE PLANS MASS First. That an earnest
T ATHLETICS ON BIG SCALEOf I I I by Judge T. M. Shackleford to the made to reduce the price charged for

: FIRST NATIONAL BANK students of the Law College last Mon- board, consistent with furnishing and

interest to all of the day.In serving the same quantity and quality
GAl N ESVI LLE FLA. colleges the opinion of Florida's former
of food as is now served.
that are planning for mass athleticsis
INCORPORATED 1888 Chief Justice, success is something metal fire escapes
Second. That outside
Penn. State College's latest
an- that can not be taught. Mere
CAPITAL $100,000.00 masteryof be the dormitory.
nouncement as to its plan. the put on new
science of law does not fit a water
SURPLUS At the beginning of last lack Third. That the drinking
$100,000.00 year man to become
a in
success the regularlyanalyzed.
prac- used at the institution be
of and playground facilities
gym wasa tice of it. "With a knowledge of
real obstacle to the success of the .
books of travel, art, and literature, a be
But the Fourth. That an appropriation
plan. now, owing to untiring
man call
himself
may a legal architect" additwc
efforts of the department, work has made to build the two new
GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO. already been started on a 100-acre he declared, "but with only a to dormitories as asked for and a hospital -
knowledge of law he is be
merely )
a legal
recreation field, and plans are now be- (not an expensive building
JEWELERSANDPLATINUIVISIVIITHSNoted mason. Knowledge, in its are
; ing drawn up for a new and adequategym. broadestsense built and equipped, both of which
coupled with the
study of law
for of Years. The field will contain twelve will make of you the legal architect." absolutely necessary. of
Reliability Fifty estimatescost
football fields, six baseball fields, anda In Fifth. That plans and
concluding, Judge Shacklefordsaid be e,
score of others. of a new power house W
41 West Bay Street The enlarging of facilities for this greatest: "But remember, young men, the this plant to combine the eJectrJC.
gift
work was made possible only becauseof the of oratory, backed by light, water, ice and heating p

Jacksonville FloridaClass the undisputed benefits that have if not most also liberal reinforced education, will fail for the entire institution, and same to
by
arisen from mass athletics. What You character. be submitted to the next legislature
must
Pennsylvania has done on a large that make your own career, and for adoption or rejection.
PinsRingsMedals and Trophies. career will depend entirely -
upon
scale smaller institutions can do on a
S your application of the *&
science get
smaller scale. you come,legal architects; do not
are now
learning.
Young men, be the legal mason class."




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FOR NEXT YEAR A CROWNING SUCCESS B. M. Tench
.; 1919 Spring & Summer Samples on display
The Farr Literary Society met Monday Thursday night in the Elks' Club Q GAINESVILLE 0
night to select officers for next the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, enter-
Alteration, Repairing and Pressing year. The election of officers required tained by means of aIay dance. FLORIDA
the entire evening and the lit- The guests of the Alpha Eta Chap- E ESHOES
erary program was postponed until ter made their first ingress upon the '.
next meeting at which time the new dance floor about 9 o'clock; it was
officers will be installed. Dr. Chap- 3 o'clock before they left.
man was present and spoke a few The University Jazz Orchestra
minutes to the society and ended his which furnished the music for the
talk with one of his ever ready anec- joyful occasion, was isolated on the
Gainesville Furniture CO. dotes. platform at the south end of the hall J J. W. tycGolIunj v\ Co.DRUGGISTS .

The following officers were elected: by means of a rustic spring house
President, Herbert M. Friedlander. which had been constructed from 'The Rexall Store" bone 1 1
It Vice President, Harold F. Bache. gnarled oak and pine limbs the whole Agents for
D R Cox ProprietorPhone Sec. and Treas., Ralph C. Binford. being covered with palm leaves and LJGOJ<:T's AND NOKUIS CANDIES
Debating Council Representative draped in Spanish! moss of somber w
Maurice Stein.Reporter SEE
'- 86 Harold Klock. hue.Rolls and rolls of crepe paper, gar- A.. J. NJ-idaI

net and gold, the fraternity colors FOR If, +
MORE PARLIAMENTARY LAW covered the ceilings. Over the centerof Drugs Stationery Toilet Articles ;
FOR JOHN MARSHALLThe the floor, the alternating strips of Candies Souvenir Cards !
color had been arranged and twistedin Waterman's Pens
PALM PARLORJbe John Marshall Debating So- such a manner as to give a steeple i
ciety at its regular meeting Saturday and dome effect. The walls were cov- I
morning continued the practice of red with college banners and pal- Come roDoran's w;
c parliamentary law. The society has netto fans, thus setting off to good Bicycle Shop
ge !!lwe 218 East Main Street ,
(oveam made considerable progress in this advantage the brighter colored rib- .
work under the guidance of Prof ions of crepe paper which festooned for BICYCLES, MOTORYCLE f I
Arnold and the members have or about the hall. ACCESSORIES and REPAIRS \
ganized a Bar Association and t In one corner of the room a well
Candy Soda and i State Legislature log rolling poltica: : :had been erected, and from its dark, The New Edison ; I
Cigars. machine and "the wilful few" are in ool depths there flowed a never-ceas-
evidence.A 'ng stream of fruit punch. "THE PHONOGRAPH WITH. '; I
date was set for the election: of During the intermission sandwiches i
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officers for next year.PEABODY ere served. A SOUL" :
Diamond Ice Co. The programs were an innovationn "
CLUB : the city. Thirty-three pages long Talking Machines '
he did much to open the
: programs
Manufacturers of imitate the ArtistsThe
At informal of the of :
an meeting eveninglth mirth. The name i
I
Finest Crystal Ice "elders" in the Peabody Club last each member of the chapter was New Edison Re-Creates .
Cold Storage in Connection Monday night, the following officer Tollowed by his favorite saying and
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA were chosen for the coming year: nick-name. Each dance occupied a music in all its original \
President, H. R. DeSilva. ;aage, the space being taken up by the I j
Vice President, H. H. Moyer. .nusic, the partner and a suitable beauty.
J.S. BODIFORD & CO. Sec. and Treas., H. C. Johnson. lace for memories of the dance. On Come to our store and learnof

DRUGGISTS Reporter, H. O'Bryant. he last page was a place for signatures what we mean by the phrase
happy thoughts, etc. The "
Music's Re-Creation.
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
NORAH MONDAY NIGHT WAS back cover was embellished with an
Prescriptions Called for and Delivered RAT NIGHT FOR AGS. appropriate farewell to the guests. THE EDISON SHOP"On
FREE One of Gainesville's winsome soci- .
-- Monday night was rat night: at lassies selected as Queen of I "
-- ------ -- 2ty was the Square North Side ,
THE SANITARY, the Ag. Club. Gregory and McDon- ,he May. She was fittingly crowned
---- -------- ald furnshed some excellent mus.c with a wreath of roses.: As a memoir Book Store'Basement
University 11
BARBAR SHOP Walker gave an account of the Jax of the happy occasion she threw rosesto
The AlachuaRestaurant trip for the benefit of those that her subjects, the guests so long as
Promptness Courtesy didn't go. Then a debate on the .he flowers lasted. Language Hlla)
and Lunch RoomFOR SatisfactionGAINESVILLE subject, "Resolved, that a rooster'scrow Upon her being dethroned by Father -
is more important than a hen's Time, her subjects departed for Everythingfor I
cackle". Work and Hearn upheld the the realm of Slumberland, where they I
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN affirmative and Van Eepoel, Williamswere i could sleep amid dreams of the delightful I
PHIFER STATE
BANK
Half a block from Atlantic Coast Line the defenders of the hen's cackle. evening.
DepotTelephone The judges' decision was in favor of I
I the negative.Prof. .
507 FLORIDA I Buchholz being present an- AUTO PARTY ENJOYS

Gainesville - Florida'. swered the call for a speech and gave SILVER SPRINGS TRIP Students '
a short but interesting talk. t

THE SANITARY CLEANINGAND MOLNAE'S"DINING Silver Springs was the destinationof '
MANY UNIVERSITY MEN an automobile party which left 'FORD HEADQUARTERSJ. :
ROOMWhere ATTEND HIGH SCHOOL PROM. Gainesville last Sunday morning in I
PRESSING COMPANYGet H.ALDERMAN Proprietor

your clothes cleaned: and pressed Prices are Just eight and Food i'd* The Junior class of the Gainesville two The cars.party reached the springs in THEHOMEOFTHEFAMOUSFORD
in the sanitary way. Served as You Like it entertained last Friday 1i
High School time to have lunch after which they i
FRESCO DRY CLKANINQ ASK ANYBODY night with a Prom. The ballroomof enjoyed the afternoon in and around 1 1I
AND I the Elks hall was tastefully decorated the waters. .
STEAM PRESSING W .S. Dorsey & Co in pink and green the class Those included in the party were: i

Saves Time colors. The refreshments consistedof Messrs. Sam Ham, Bill Daniels Clayton -
Saxes Clothes EVERYTHING in GROCERIES punch which was served thruout Frank Spain, Perrin Cooper,
Saves Money For GQ'jness8ake the evening, and pink and green ice Harry Fain, Dell Hart, Misses Elise MOTOR GARS A 'I I
Hat Cleaning and Blocking w. Specialty Drink Dorsey'sDelight Coffe cream bricks, which were served dur- Bishop and Marye DePass. They Accessories, Supplies And Repairs
Also Steam Dyeing ing the intermission in the dancing. .vere chaperoned by Mrs. Bishop.
Phone 675 Give us a call Invitations extended to a f
were
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S. J. SEYKORA large number of University boys and '
PICNIC IN HONOR OF MISS LEE'S GainesvilleCocaCola 1
American Shoe the affair was greatly enjoyed by all GUESTA 111
who attended. The music was fur- I I'
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR nished by the University Jazz.

Repair Company Electric Apphane-es,Electric Repairing delightful picnic to the Devil's Co. 4
Sterling National Mazda Lamps. All THOMAS HALL STILL TOO Millhopper was enjoyed Wednesday, Bottling
114 West Main, North Sizes. 32 volt Mazdas for farm.lighting! : STRONG FOR BUCKMAN afternoon by the ladies of the Uni- ,; -;o. Corner Virgin Are. and Cufon St, I"
versity offices and several invited stu-
Telephone 139 CONNER & BOATRIGHT Saturday afternoon the teams rep- dents. The guest of honor was Miss Gainesville Fla. 1 1

Chevrolet resenting Thomas and Buckman Hall Maude )Moss who is visiting Miss Ida ice ; )))
played their weekly game of ball. Mai Lee, assistant professor of chem-
Sales and Service The final score was 9 toI in favorof istry. The merry party left Gaines-
Call and Delivery Free Phone 194 Thomas Hall. There is consider ville in a two-horse wagon. and ate ALWA A FOOD i; ;

-- able pep being manifested in these supper by Millhopper. j
"" '7--: games now, but not enough for the Miss Ross intends to return to her
aggregation from Buckman to import Texas home next week, altho efforts -
T TlIOMAS- President Rv. .THOMAS Treasurer O. II. THOMAS Secretary some ball players and win a are being made to dissuade her HOW 1 1

game or two.Saturday's from her purpose. f
Thomas Company, Inc. game was featured by
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much heavy hitting on both sides. The Dean Trusler gave the commencement AT THE tf
HARDWARE IMPLEMENTS SEED best bet at the bat was Coleman from address at the Wauchula High
Plant City. Batting for Buckman School Wednesday night of last week. f
Gainesville, Fla. Hall in the fifth inning, he clouted On his return Thursdaay evening he
FOR- ticket' pleasantly surprised to find the Lyric; TheatreHome
-AGENTS the ball for a round trip home was
HARVESTER CO. scoring two runs. law faculty and members of the junior i
THE INTERNATIONAL Another good play was in the sev- and senior classes assembled at
and enth frame, when Wester, playing his home, the surprise having been
THE JOHN DEERE PLOW .0. short-stop for Buckman stopped a arranged by Mrs. Trusler. On Friday 1I
_ Tools hot liner near second base, doublingthe night Dean delivered a commence- o/Beller.pjIuTisl- :
: Kinds of Farming I Ii
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I Conference, June 13: to 22d this sum- Florida
MOTOR CARS I mer. For the boys attending the R.t Tuesday morning about thirty-
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i George Henderson and Tom Palmer O. T. C. Camp at Camp Lee Virginia five students and professors left on
both of Tallahassee, spent the Blue Ridge will be little out of their the 8:55 train for Raiford where they State
Collegefor
: I' nUEDNATIONALl past week end visiting in that city. way going up and will close justin visited the State Farm there. The
Chas. Binnicker, of the Law College time for them to proceed to the genial superintendent Ex-senator
'' made his usual week-end visitto camp. The expense of stopping by I BUtch made everybody feel at home
l Women
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s Lake City.D. at Blue Ridge will be little addi- and his able assistants Captains
j PARTS & SERVICE F. Chrstance: Harold Klock, and tional and those boys going to camp Brown and Collier explained the honor
; j Jimmie Wilson spent the past week- who wish to accept this privilege system and the work at the farm. TALLAHASSEE
\ LAUTZ AND HELVENSTONVOYLE end in Ocala. should see Secretary White. At one o'clock a bounteous dinnerwas FlORID
i Tom and Douglas Sale were visited Rupert C. Roland from Cleveland served and thoroly enjoyed. In
BROS. last week by their mother and father Florida, has been sent here by th& the afternoon the party went by automobile -i
who drove thru this city: in a car, Federal Board for Vocational Educa- to Ellerby where they inspected -'
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FLASH LIGHTS Frank Holland, a law student of tion and will enter the College of Agriculture the dairy there and later took
the University of Flor who joined the train to Jacksonville.The One of the Strongest
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES and
the Ambulance: Unit in 1917, and who Ensign W. H. Cates recently of the first place visited Friday morn- Best Women's
,. & has 'seen much: service in France U. S. Naval Reserve visited the Ur'.- ing was the Armour Fertilizer Plant. Colleges in
; I STORAGE BATTERIES stopped :'n Gains;iile this: week on versity campus last week. Bill has Here the boys got considerable infor- the Country
his return to Butohis home. returned to his home in Tallahassee, mation and some idea what a gas attack -
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; "Fats" DeVane, another Flcrida but expects to enter the Universityand on the western front must have
I man who left the University with the complete his course next fall. been like. After this the party inspected -
: UNCLE MOSES Ambulance Unit, visited his Alma Rowdy Bill Wilkinson is confinedto the stock yards and uesc:d 1. College of Arts and Sciences.
Mater as he was on his way to his the infirmary with a case cf bron- the weight of numbers of animals 2. Normal School and Schoolof
MONEY TO LOAN I home in Plant City. chial pneumonia. and from there vent through the big Education.

I Strings and l\lusical1nstruments I Members of the University faculty Wyche Getzen went to Tallahassee: Armour packing plant. The super- 3. School Home
I 110-112 West Urion Street I delivering commencement addresses on his own hook to aid the student! intendent, Mr. Beckhoff, had some Economics
4. School
.I I ... this week are: Dr. A,. A. l\lur.-hrze: committee in getting support for the i: hogs killed for the benefit of the vis of Music.
\ "j who addresses toniph* the St. Peters- University petition. itors. At dinner time the hungry 5. School of Art.
NICK DAMATONext burg graduat'nr* class; Dr. J. II. Gene Carpenter returned Wednesday crowd was agreeably surprised to find 6. School of Expression.

I to McCollum's Drug Store Farr, who is scheduled! to speak to morning from a week-end visit that there had been a splendid repast 7. Department of Business.
I the Sanford High School graduates to his home in Orlando. prepared for them, of which some 8. Extension
I Phone --- 511 tonight, and will address the Citra partook to the point of discomfort. Division'in.Home
Economics.
i HIGH GRADETAILORING class Monday night; Dean Trusler, HONOR MEN INITIATED Saturday' morning the storage
who speaks at Punta Gorda tonight; INTO PHI KAPPI PHI plants of Armour and Company and 9. Graduate School.
and Dr. Harvey W. Cox, who will Smith, Richardson: and Conroy were
address the graduating: class of the Six Students, One Faculty Member visited. From here the party went to Tuition free in all courses except .

\ District Agricultural School at Gon- and One Alumnus Become Phi the Purity Ice Cream and Dairy Com- private lessons in Music,
I zalez ton'ght. Kappi Phi Men pany, which is the largest of its kind Art and Expression.For .
l Dr. Farr is rapidly recovering from in Florida. Good natured Dr. Lang
chat threatened to be a serious case The Florida .Chapter of the Phi endeavored to answer the many ques-

of malaria fever. He was compelledto Kappi Phi Honor Society held its an- tions and then treated everybody to catalogue and other information .
: I -1 stay in bed several days 'with a nual initiation ceremonies Tu :day all the ice cream that he could hold. write
temperature averaging around 104, night at the Epworth Hall in Gaines- In the afternoon the E. A. Martin to
but he returned to his classes Tuesday ville. The men initiated were: Tom Seed Company, the Main Street Dairy
I with his characteristic determination Palmer and Carl Smith College of and the International Harvester Com-
I, to get back on the job as soon as Arts and Sciences; John Nash Whit- pany were visited which finished the REGISTRAR.COLLEGE
possible. field, College of Engineering; E. G.{trip as far as was scheduled. ,
II' Jack Goldsby our old football star,. Diamond, Teachers College; L. N. FOR
:Is on the campus. Jack was a mem- Hodges and Ben F. Whitner, Agricul-f The Good Master said "A little
f i I ber of the Florida Ambulance Unit tural College. Dr. Turlington, of the I while", and it has now been more WOMENTALLAHASSEE
that enlisted in 1917 and went abroad Ag. College, and Mr. Barney F. Col- than
In The Good OldDays Of Sum- eighteen centuries. Was He FLA.
mer You Will Find It Worth that same year. He was a sergeantin son, of Gainesville, were also in- mistaken? Would a merchant not
the Ambulance Corps and is now itiatees. consider this
extended credit a se-
Your While If You Patronize A
the worthy possessor of three gold The address of the occasion was rious delay? This Sunday the
sermons -
Tailor \Vho Can Fit You Out service stripes. Next year he will made by Judge Shackleford whose at the Episcopal Church will

In Style. be with us and will be a most valuable words were so well-appreciated that I discuss: "Ought we to expect His return -
You will find here as select a range addition to the line on our foot- Dr. Murphree made a motion that the ?" Services at usual hours. AdvA
of fabrics and models as you will in the ball team. Judge be requested to reduce his BURNETT

best Fashion Centers of Metropolitan Bill Bivens went to Tallahassee last speech to writing so that it might be wire from Newport News to his The CLOTHIER
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life.AND AT GREATLY LOWER PRI- Tuesday as the Tampa Club's semi- recorded in the minutes of the So- mother announces the safe arrival

CES .ALL THE'LATEST NOVELTIES official delegate to help boost the ciety. Other addresses were .made by from overseas of Lieut. Royall P. NOKTII SIDE OF S pAR
in addition to a fine array of student-body petition to the Legislature. Professors Chandler Trusler, and Terry.He _
conservative BUSINESS MODELS. .
\ Willoughby.After has served in Italy, France, and
George Walling the University'smasseur he: speeches were finished, with the of -
army occupation in Germany -
and trainer, is again on the the Soceity retired to the White I with the ambulance service.On ,, ,- -
f ils
13r111.ii1tl1 campus. lie enlisted soon after the House, where a banquet awaited them.
war started and has served as a sergeant Dr. Crow was toastmaster and under NEVYORKRACKElAgent
account of the inconvenience in
send it toPEPPER. in the Medical Corps. He expects his direction many toasts, sparklingwith drilling during the hottest part of the forFLORSHE1M
to stay here and start trainingfor humor and witticisms were day the Drill period has been changed
a wrestling match with Jack made by the various members SHOES
Ross.namlti of the from 12 M. to 8 A. M. and all morn-
Society. ing classes moved -
up one hour. I'ZlD:

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