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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
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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 16, 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).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
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I !uuu SAMS r: ( l ONlY ONE VOTE AGAINST INCREASED( APPROPRIATIONS I I




CHAMPION OF PROPOSED NORMAL SCHOOLS SAYS GATORS GET HIGH I! FINAL DEBATE FOR SENATE IS EXPECTED I


i PASSAGE OF BILL MEANS "DEATH OF FLORIDA'S' '! SPRINGS GOAT TO LOVING CUP TO BE TO ACCEPT HOUSEAMENDMENTS '"


! ONLY 2 HIGH-HANDED GRAFTING INSTITUTIONS" TUNE 0F5 TO 3 HELD MONDAY NIGHTLast


TO BILL
Editor of Okaloosa News, Formerly a Member of the Legislature, Railroaders Put Up Stiff Fight and Struggle Will Be Staged Between

Typifies Attitude of Ignorant Prejudice to Higher Education Play Fine Ball.-Their 300 Strong Teams from Farr Litt

in Editorial Reply to University Student's Letter Rooters Real Fans and Peabody Club Work of Student Committee and

Students in General Rewarded I

ALLIGATOR CHALLENGES HIM TO PROVE PITCHERS' CONTEST FEATUREOF The last of the debating activitiesfor By Softened Attitude Towards
ASSERTIONS. THE GAME this year takes place next Monday State Institutions. i
IF UNABLE TO, THERE IS ONLY ONE NAME
FOR HIM night when the Farr Literary I
The score, 5 to 3, in favor of the Society meets the Peabody Club on COULD HAVE SECURED i: I!

The. editor of the Okaloosa News I I it now costs them to maintain: these Gators, tells the story of the pitchers' the subject: Resolved, that the Initiative FULL AMOUNT ,.
blazed forth last week with some two State Colleges. battle which took place on Fleming and Referendum is desirablefor h.

I amazingly daring assertions concern-I "Again we will inform Mr. Walker,, Field Thursday afternoon, May 8, be- the State of Florida. The Peabody I
ing Florida's two institutions of higher that as a member of the State Leg- t tween the University of Florida and Club upholds the negative of University of Florida Will Re- t

education, the University of Flor- islature in 1913-15, that we voted High Springs nines. The High Springs the proposition, the Farr Literary Society tain Her High Rank Among
ida and the State College for Women. against the State appropriating such | baseball team was all that the supporters the affirmative.This the Institutions of the j
Indeed the whole effusion crude | claimed and then At Country
was so extortionate amounts for the some.
upkeepof contest is the last of the in- 1
callow to be ridiculous and rate the which the rail-
and as these two 'Higher Institutions of j any offering srsociety debates and the winner will
unworthy of notice. However, upon Learning'. We also helped by our i roaders showed on the diamond came be the holder of the Farr Loving Cup "Senate Bill Number Ninety passedthe
learning that the News is the only vote to drive the first wedge whichwe i I mighty near proving too much for offered by the faculty. Every effortis House with only one oppositionvote. I
I 'the Gator Bill carries all the amend- I
The
disseminator of public information in to varsity squad.
hope see some day burst these being made by the men on both societies -
Okaloosa county, and upon two high-handed grafting institutionsinto I During the whole of the game it : to obtain possession of it for ments recommended by the Com- .:

ing that such men as its discover-I smithereens when we votedto was marred by numerous errors on the coming year. If any society retains mittee."
times find their way into re-establish the State Normal at both sides. In the first frame neither the cup for three consecutive The foregoing is the text of a tel- '
bers of our State Legislature by some Madison side crossed the plate for scores, both egram received by R. T. Hargrave
which bill passed both houses years it becomes the permanent prop
means or other, the'editors of the Al- and was vetoed by Governor Tram-I pitchers putting batters out in one, erty of that society. Thursday from Mr. W. O. Williams,

ligator! decided to reprint his dissertation mell. two, three order. This contest is evoking special in. representative from Polk County. 1
and to follow it with a few com- "If the educational: tax money of I Verrigan pitched a great game for terest because most of the men on This means that the Appropriation I '
of their the visitors, striking out the first five Bill of the Senate for the maintenanceof
ments own. the State was anyth'ng: like equally both teams have already proven their
to face him. During the the State institutions of higher
The tirade from the Okaloosa editorwas distributed back to the real tax pay- men remainder ability as debators.
of the contest he struck out learning, has been almost unanimously ::
called forth letter writtento I
by a ers, thereby giving the rural schools The Peabody Club is representedby
as many more, making a total of ten passed by the House with amend a
him by our esteemed fellow student their
just proportion cf the money Messrs. Diamond, Johnson, and De-
His build and general on ments for increase over the amounts ff
Mr. J. B. Walker, whose home ; instead of robbing them like they do, appearance Silva. :Mr. Johnson represented the Ii'
is in Okaloosa county. In his short,I i the field was very suggestive of provided by the Senate.
we might write and ask our Honor- University against South Carolina in
:1 Smoky Joe Bush, who performed here The attitude of the Senate toward I
but able, letter, Mr. Walker sets out able Representative J. A. Hart and ntercollegiate debate. Both Mr.
i with the Red Sox. the subject of appropriations for the J
the folly of establishing two new noi- our Honorable State Senator W. A. Diamond, a senior in the Teacher's
Third Baseman Donnelly was the educational institutions has softened I
mal schools when the equipment at McLeod, to vote against the bill creating College, and Mr. DeSilva have ably '
High Springs star in the field. He greatly since its former action on the ; I
the University is not running at full I I these two state normals which represented Peabody in previous de- i! 1
made several marvel stops and did Bill, and it is expected that the up-
capacity, and he suggests that the I Mr. Walker speaks of, but knowing bates. Their ability in this directionis t
good work with the stick. Especiallydid per chamber will accept the House
money which would be necessary for i things as we do, here's hoping that beyond 'question. t
his stop of Ogilvie's hot linerin amendments when the Bill is returned .
the establishment and upkeep of these both vote for and support the
they The Farr
the third and double to Hodges Literary Society, upholding to the Senate. 1
two schools could be more advantageously and that it becomes law.
a
measure the negative is also
evoke a cheer from the large crowd strongly represented When the bill came up as a special !
expended in better salaries If it does become a law, it means the by Ralph C. Binford J. C. t
chair- !
which witnessed the b1m(. order, Mr. Harris, of Pinellas, t
for teachers, if the securing of more i death of the State's only two high-
For the Gators, Hardee's work behind McKeen, and Maurice Stein. Mr. man of the Appropriations Committee S!
teachers is the aim. I i handed institutions of grafting- the hat was of a high character. Binford had the honor of making the offered a batch of amendments :
The article written in reply must, where teachers who know no more, if Time after time he "pulled 'em down"and intercollegiate team in this his first which had been unanimously agreed

of course, have been animated by as much, as the High School teachersof "snatched 'em up" from the dust, year, Mr. Stein has successfully upon by the committee and which

some personal grudge. Yet it unwit- the various counties, are getting saving many a stolen base. His un- championed the Farr Literary Society were adopted, the only material oppo- !
tingly speaks the truth when it gloat- from two to three.times as much for canny eye netted him a free ticketto against the ,Engineers and the John sition being by way of an amendment :

ingly states that the establishmentcf their services. first on every trip to the rubber.He Marshall Society, Mr. McKeen, altho offered by Mr. Stokes, of Bay, carrying -
separate normal schools means "So now, Mr. Walker, we hope you might as well have gone bare- he has not yet made his appearancein an increase in one instance for
the death of our two present existing will read this and take due notice handed; he never got a chance to debating circles, is one of the most equipment at the University, but
institutions. When the state is hard- and never again write a man in an swing his stick. promising of the new men on the when Mr. Harris explained that the .
pressed to support these institutionsthat I effort to camouflage him into something Wilson played a stellar game in campus.So Board of Control had stated they

already exist-and the recent ycu really know no more about right and did noble work at the plate far as can be judged from the could get along with a lesser amount t
battle for appropriations has demon- than we do the peace conference in making a single and a triple out of personnel of the teams and the for the next two years, the Stokes
strated that it is-how can it consist- Europe." three times at bat. His triple in the amount of time spent in preparationthe amendment was tabled. :
ently provide for the establishment of The first attack made against theUniversity fourth sent Whitfield across for the debate will undoubtedly be close As amended and passed Wednesday, i .
duplicating equipment and teachers is that it is a waster of is within $150,628 :
Gators' first run and pandemoniumbroke and hard fought from the first moment the appropriation
which would occur if separate teacher- money that the "horny-handed tillersof loose in the bleachers when the to the last. of the amount originally asked by the t '
training schools were established? We the soil" labor so hard for, and that right fielder tied the score on a Board of Control, and will be accept-
do not believe that the sincere sup even the little money spent wiselyis I passed ball. Wilson started off the able to the board. The University :
school bill are the interests of the rich; and U. S. COAST GUARD for Women ; .
porters of the normal spent in sixth with a single over second OFFICER gets $201,500; State College
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actuated by the motives which ani- for this class it is that benefits from scored on Richburg's hit. Ogilvie HERE TO ADVERTISE $347,500. t
mated the writer of the fanatical article the State University.This came home on a passed ball and made CADET SYSTEMAn To say that the student body of the .
: which appears below. statement has not one grainof the score 4 to 3. The Gators made University of Florida feels great relief '. f
"We are sorry we can't see this all truth in it and is in striking con- one more in the eighth and ended the now that the House of Representatives 1
important measure of creating State trast to the actual facts. Thru eco- scoring. officer of the U. S. Coast Guard of this State has amendedthe

Normals as does this young man who nomic management, even underpayingthe Coxe did the slab work for Floridain visited the University and conferred Senate Appropriation Bill so that :
claims: he is now a student in the professors, cur University spends a grand and glorious style. lie was with the Commandant on May 6th, this University and the other insti- }
Young Man's University at Gaines- less per student than does any other everywhere master of the situation, for the purpose of giving greater tutions of higher learning in the State I
ville, where besides the cost of his similar institution in the United showing marvelous endurance, head- publicity to the Coast Guard Cadet shall not suffer a decline in efficiencyand i

gular tuition, it is costing the horny S ates. And, farther, the: statement work and coolness. In the seventh. he system. The annual competitive ex- reputation, is a mild statement of ;
handed tillers of the soil and other that whatever money is spent is spent pulled out of a hole with the bases aminations for cadetships in the the feeling that exists here.
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; poor laborers of the State approxi- upon the rich is abusrd. The collegeof I. full and only one man down by strik- Coast Guard are to commence on The advisability of the action of
mately three quarters of a million agriculture is the largest in the ing the next two men out. His work June 17, and probably require some the student body in sending a committee <<
ti lnrs in taxes every two years to University, having but:; one third of would have put a twinkle in old manIcGraw's three days. to Tallahassee- questionedsome

keep up these two institutions of I'our total enrollment. It is here that ele.Richburg A limited number of circulars describing but, the results seem to prove '
'Higher Learning' for the particular the foundation is being laid for the played a fine game at the Coast Guard system have that the action was accepted at its

interests of the more wealthy of the I future prosperity of Florida. In third, making several nice stops and been left with the Commandant. Any true value by the State Legislature.The .

State to educate their children. Florida's agricultural development, the pegs. For that matter the whole ort interested may obtain copy of delegates from the student body I
"We wish to inform Mr. Walker, if University will have played no small team played superior ball, and acquitted suet circular by application to U. S. were accepted as young men who were 1
. he does not know it already, that the I part. And evidently the farmers of I themselves like the old-timers Coast Guard Headquarters, Washington in earnest in their plea for educational rt

:: editor of this paper was all over opposed the State realize this, for as an an- that they are. I D. C. Application blanks for opportunities equal to those of-
to what was known as the swer to such deliberate untruths as The High Springs team was accom-i designation for examination may also fered by neighboring states. The>
Buckman Bill or Law abolishing the this article sets forth, they are constantly panied by an enthusiastic (to put i it be obtained by Coast Guard Head- were accepted as having a serious pur- '
I State Normals all over the State and sending their sons in an ever- mildly) bunch of rooters-300 in num- quarters. Applications from studentsat pose. It is true and not to be won-

the esablishing of these two institu- increasing number.In ber-and a brass band that did muchto this University should be sub- dered at that they had some difficultyin I
I i tions If, 'Higher Learning' which addition to the fact that about one liven things up. The Universitywas mitted through the Commandant obtaining a hearing before the

was c Published some fifteen or eighteen third of our students are sons of farmers fairly well represented on the ,Any applicant for examination is ad House Committee on Appropriations, t' !
i .,,:.rs ago, and which killed the it is an undisputed fact that in the bleachers:, and Florida's rooters managed vised to submit statement as to all but, thanks to efforts of men who 1 I
I best "aid only normal school ever rest of our colleges the majority of ourboys during the latter part of the work completed touching all academicor took a sincere interest in the cause :

know inVest Florida, that of De- work their own way thru school, game to steal High Springs' goat military matters not covered by of education, it was finally obtained. i i
Funia.. Springs, through which there earning enough in summer to practically which had broken its tether when the scope of the entrance examina Just how much weight the actionof 1
I was inure real education disseminated put them thru in the winter. Florida came across with the runs tions. the student delegates had in the f .
to The common people of West I The rich social class of which this that ruined the prospects of victoryfor final result cannot be known. One t
3 Florida than has ever been done I editor speaks, go outside of the Stateto. the visitors. thing, however, is certain, their action t 1'
I 'Higher Institutions schools where there is less follows: High Springs: Hogan, If.; Don- was not a detriment to the move- .
throu-h both these other The line-up was as j
of Learning', besides it did. not real work and more play. Caters: Richbourg 3b.; Hardee, c.: nelly, 3b.; Lowther c.; Fernandez, ment in behalf of which they were i
i the State the worthy editor does Madison If. Whit- sent. And the student body of the
of Evidently our McCallum 2b. ;
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cost the tax ;
payers
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Futch 2b. lb.
ss. Hodges King
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I one twentieth part to maintain fivecr not know that in praising a divided field, lb.; Wilson, rf.; Ogilvie, cf.; University of Florida may justly feel -

E of these State Normal Schools I Continued on page six. ) Canova, ss.; Coxe, p. cf.; Eville, rf.; Verrigan, p. ( Continued on page t!x. ) 1 1i J<'
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i iI THE FLORIDA I ALLIGATOR 4. A study of the principles for f forty feet in the air when--he---pulls-- ]HOTEL SKMINOLEJacksonville

t preparation for one's life calling. out your decayed teeth. No lawyeris Flodcia
5. An inspirational hour with ad- required to stand examination an- .
I Printed and published by students dresses from some of the world's nually before he can practice law, and ModernFireproof 200 rooms 150 with bath.

of the University of Florida every greatest speakers. we do net; see why teachers have to be for
Thursday in their own print shop on 6. A series of addresses on life's made the goat in this particular. Headquarters students of

the campus. callings, meant to help men to find Certainly if a teacher deserves pro
their proper place in life. motion, the privilege of an exami- the University of Florida and

"The following speakers and nation could be granted, but we see
Staff
DUKE WILLIAMS Editor in Chief' leaders have definitely promised to no good reason for working this hard- their friends.Rates .
be present at the conference: ship en the! overworked and poorly,.
BENJAMIN ARCHER_Mng. EditorM. "Mr. Robert E. Speer, of New York paid teachers of Florida. $1.50 per day European plan and upwards.
STEIN_Asst. Mng. Editor
i REGINALD DeSDLVA-Local Editor City, who is at present one of the i Now Senator, we have pointed the J.B.POUND Pres. H.R.HARPER J..,
secretaries of the I
Mission
Foreign
DEWEY DYE_Athletic Editor
way.This
Board of the Presbyterian church. He would be a help to the teach SMOKECrawford's --..
VAN E. HUFF_Society Editor
is a graduate of Princeton, and one ers.-Florida Cracker.
RALPH BINFORDContributing Ed. Blunt
of the greatest athletes Princeton
ever I
HERBT. FRIEDLANDER, Ex. Editor
had. He is one of the greatest speakers HOW TO FIGURE YOUR INCOME

Business Department to students of the entire world. TAX THE ORIGINAL
To hear his four addresses will be
I RALPH STOUTAMIRE_Bus. Mgr. University 5 c Cigar" Union Made
worth the entire expense of going to One thing students of the -

WALTER GUNN_Circulation Mgr. the conference." : of Florida are not bothered withis Made by A.G.Barber Cigar Factory, Gainesville.Florida
RANDALL HUNTER and Others are Dr. Winfield Scott Hall, figuring out their income tax. For

GILBERT CURTIS Printers Dr. H. H. Home, Dr. W. W. Alex-: the benefit of our Seniors who are date
Up to Auto AccessorieFand
ander, and many other prominent soon to go forth to win great fortunes -
Entered as second-class matter, or large incomes, however, we

September 28, 1912, at the postoffice men.Fellows, we should be so enthusiastic publish the following, as "doped out" SuppliesAt
I at Gainesville, Fla., under the Act' of about going to this conferencethat by Washington business men. Reasonable Prices. THAT'S US

March 3d, 1879. we could hardly wait. Ten men "There need be but little trouble to GAINESVILLE AUTO SUPPLY CO.W. .

Place all communications and news are already registered. But let us figure out your income tax. In the H. Martin Mgr.
items in boxes designated for that have more. Let's have an overwhelming first place it may be worked out by Galnl'nrl'a11t
I purpose in Peabody and Language i. delegation from Florida. algebra, astronomy, trigonometry and =-=::;;:::

Halls. Dr. Murphree heartily endorses it, anl syntax, and then your answer may be MONEY TO LOAN AT A
Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.00. is anxious to see at least a dozen correct and it may not. If your income -

-- Gators to go.PENSION is $2,400 a year, and you have a I RELIABLE PAWN SHOP

BLUE RIDGE diamond: ring, a dog, and an automo-
jJe, and are married to a brunette 102 West Main Street N.

TEACHERS BETTE girl 26 years old, you take the amount A Full Line of Musical Instruments

PLAN rf your income and add your personal
Say! Do you fellows know that
.: property, subtract your wife's height
cne of the biggest things yet is go-
.nd divide by your telephone number..f 1
ing to happen about a month from The Cracker is opposed to Senator you have a child in the family you

now at Blue Ridge, N. C.? From Cash in his effort to pass a bill: to: .ubtract $200 from your income and
June 13th, to June 22nd, the Southern deduct from the miserable
money con- add the amount of pour personal prop-
: Student Conference will be in full
temptible salary now paid to schoolteachers arty, mult! .ply by your waist measure,
swing, at one of the most beautiful in order to provide a retire- ubtract the size of your collar and

spots in the United States. North ment fund. ycur child's age, multiply by the MILLER:
the "Land of the Sky", in
Carolina,
The senator's intentions
are good -mtiunt you have given the church
I this; section, is in truth'the garden but his plan is absurd. luring: the year, and divide by the

spot of the East. The high cost of living makes it number on your automobile license
\ in daily round of affairs, Agent ForJf
Here, our imperative that the teachers get all. tag. If there is a second child, you

*we hardly stop to think of anythinglike consider aye every penny earned right now. dedut $400 from your income, the 1l'1lat j anal IAetItaQl4 CCWJldieJ
such conference. We
a The better plan would be to pension length of your dog's tail, and the JI
f it as rather irrelevant to our regular the retired teachers. Do not weight and age of each child, divide

duties. But we should not be too however, withhold a single dollar by the date of your birth, multiply by %minJon ,4Of ffltwal ceo.

short-sighted to stop a moment and from the teachers pay envelopes. the size: of your hat, plus the distance
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consider the wonderful attractions and The Cracker hopes the bill will be your car has run, and subtract the Jacksonville.
advantages offered by this student quietly laid to rest. weight of your mother in law. After

conference.In Now, Senator, if you' want to do you get it all figured out you won't ii '.
the first place, it comes at a something for the teachers, get busy have to pay any taxes of any name
i T.Q when all of us need a little vaori. -
and introduce the bill
following : cr nature. Inmates of St. Elizabeth'sare
r '' Not that the conference will "Be it enacted by the legislatureof immune' I
: L; in the nature of recreation, but the State of Florida,

r work there will be a joy for Section 1-That from and after The best and biggest men of all DR. GORDON B. TISON j\lacjim\ ] Baito $&bop
account of the changed
Echiefly on
the of this act its :
passage and approval t'mes have been self-made menmostof
diticns atmosphere, etc. ( East'of Palm Parlor)
c' by the governor, it shall be un- them started out with what the DENTIST
All of the R. O. T. C. men who lawful for the various School Boardsin world would call a poor chance. Their Phone Special Rates to Students.
*' '.\ attend the this summer 243 Gainesville
camp the State of Florida to require chances were no worse and no batter Satisfaction Guaranteed.
rhruld make it a point to attend this school teachers to stand annual ex than those which surround every individual Law Exchange Florida
ccnference since it will be held just aminations.
today. Self-made
means
1 are: the summer R. O. T. C. camp, Section All laws and of Summer Time .
parts :ef-help-and self-help means, first sug
.
will be right: on the way. The laws in conflict with this act be and of all, the .true spirit of service and
railroads have announced excursion the same are hereby repealed.No helpfulness to others. The world is J C Adkins gests shirts with soft
p :?s with stop-overs; so every stun doctor is to stand
required an a great storehouse from which we collars. Anticipating the
whether he is in the Senor R.
nt,
examination every year! No dentist can take out no more than we put in. Attorney and Counsellor at LawGainesville
f*. T. C. or not who is going to camp need of the
must pore his recipes for cutting out We get in returns in proportion to Boys we have
this! summer, should register with the false teeth, or plugging the holes up what we give in service. It is the Florida
ruthorities for the Blue Ridge Con- put in a large line of
in old
your ones, or yanking humanity universal law of life.-The Dynamo.
ference. It has always been the aimf
Collar Pins. Prices from
( Florida to send a large delegation :

low is her opportunity! Now is your :1 nlt\s ll.j i lbiu.9U 25 to 50 cents,
opportunity to show that old Florida

spirit: and get a great benefit on theE nuu Itl &tUt L. C SMITH

'de.:! "Act, act in the living present", The Palm Beach North Side of Square.
rnd turn your name in to Mr. White 4intJi1liUtW ltih4Dr.

i.nmediately, if you are going to camp. EXPERT AUTO
Florida has a cottage reserved especially -

for Florida delegations. The TenchDen.tis"t
r.ioney to build this cottage was raised POSTWest REPAIRINGGUARANTEED

two years ago by the faculty and student -
:
body of both the F. S. C. W.
end: the University. Now is our time Office Graham Bldg.
.
.. to'r ,ap a dividend from our investment Palm Beach, Florida Gainesville, Fla. Phone 258J Albert Smith


"High up in the tops of the Blue '
) I E. Main St. S.
t Ridge! Mountains, away from the f- t;;;. .e. : :=,,' GERALD J-UnltLLT 303
bustle of ordinary life, in the wonderful -- : Opposite Fire Station

fellowship of kindred spirits, five ARCHITECTMiami _
: undred professors'' and students will PUBLISHED EVERY! DAY
Gainesville
gather this summer for recreation, B. LILIENBL

study, and soulgrowth."We Florida
expect every man to have the Associated Press Service.

ten most joyful days of his life whileat

Blue Ridge, but the student conference Cannon BICYCLES
Via'
has a serious purpose and requires Constructive in PolicyDevelops BJorofe
hard work. Any student who

will play the game will find it one of WEAVER'S

the hardest working groups he has Suite 15-

ever joined, but we will promise that
STEAM LAUNDRYWe
the 'ten days will be red letter daysin the East Coast and Everglade Sectionof Graham Building

his experience. No man should do first class
attend the conference who is not willing Florida. ALL KINDS OF

to into all of the classes and Dry
go Cleaningat
.. : INSURANCEAND
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work hard as well as play hard. The ; :, : E >
conference offers to every man the BONDS reasonable prices

following schedule: Subscription _
We write it right. :.
1. Group study, under expert
leadership, of great Bible principles. Six dollars a year, payable in advance. I

2. A study of the world problemsin DO BUSINESS WITH
the light of the war.
3. A daily program for actual The Florida National BankXewAKUtomDoaarB I

work in the school. I. 'Tke

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"What earthly chance have the I

farming interests of the South io j

competition with such education and

'. :. : !2BIBZj: ill nDflI training and such intelligence as this!

: There is but one chance under heaven I .What Do You Know : ,
for us and >
that is to
provide here, }, -
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I u;; "The k man' $poi ell.I system this of education. Remember that '
po work is all new, even in these !About .Clothes? f

I !29WesBayS'J88t! 'states, and has begun to show its resUlts .
only during the last few
Bell Phone 743JACKSONVILLE These results are as yet small years.at You don't have to know a thing about them to buy."safely\ ..

n FLA.MARtyBLE. compared with what they soon will at Porter's. "'I.
"t: be. If we in the South wait another The more you know the surer you are to buy here anyway.

decade to begin seriously to plan for Because these new spring styles are right to the l last but- t ,
education, not heaven itself can save ton. .
"""' s.YY !'!4"::' us from permanent industrial serfdom.
"But the direct And if you don't know values isn't it better to trust a store
bemt cal: effects of '
II I the University of Wisconsin upon the with a big reputation?

Is the official photographer I I economic development of that state So whether you do or don't know clothes it will be a liberal r

for the University of Florida i ir.r I only begin with agriculturs. In the education to come and see just what Porte' 's has done. y
J same way this university ministers f i
I It'& great way to spend idle moments.
:..r! j'PW"M.:: ' l which STYLES FOR MEN OF EVERY AGE FROM 4 TO 84-
demand high engineering skill, t
VALUES THAT SAY A WHOLE LOT FOR PORTER'S .
ALLIGATOR
THE whether this be as civil, mining, elec-
tric, hydraulic, cr chemical engineer. THREE-STORE BUYING POWER. TAKE A LOOK. 3 l '

is on sale at Likewise the depart cents cf law. COMFORTABLE ,

economics, chemistry and education BOYDEN eG. i
MSOELEY'S CORNER provide the state with e;parts in these :
I lines." OXFORDS ,. "

1i HAT THE UNIVERSITY CAN DO I Many of the good &'tizzn of Flor- DISTINCTION '

ida, tho favoring: the promulgation of IN THE NEW ..,' -
CHANCEBy
GIVEN THE
IF
higher education: by: the State think KNOX STRAWS I
that Florida is s: !!dng: more per- NECKWEAR THAT -' ;

( II. R. DeSilva) haps than she ought. From a survey, WEARS AS GOOD ; y

taken in 1917, of an average groupof ." t
AS IT LOOKS
our State inlt- u': :u:.. far higher \
With the unparalleled progress in learning, the Bureau:: cf Education f

the! arts and sciences and the increase reports that $275 is the: zn3dlan per $25$3035$40$50$60; Y 1 !
in civilization the necessity and need capita cost. wide it Is: invaowible

f_r education ,has multiplied many to determine arbitrarily: what the p!r I

times and the man in the street and I I capita ccst shot be, yet it is suggested ;
(;..1 tha farm has to keep up: with I by this cur.-ey and previous: -4- '
:t to survive in the modern day prob- ones made by the U. S. Bureau of I

!rm:;. Dr. A. C. Ellis in an articlein Education that $275 mi-ht: well be y' I
the Journal of Education: 1912,, made a suitable flours for comparison. I

given a very clear statement of this. I As stated ,r. a pieru: :> issu .

.: 2 says, "Perhaps the clearest idea toI I I I of the Alligator th: per cap ta cosv In the Heart of Three Big Cities 1 1Jacksonville i
CA the value of higher: education for the University cf Florida: i3 about "

a :tate:: can be gotten; from a very $210, or $65 below the 'average per Birmingham Nashville a I
br'af: summary of the contributions capita cost of other sta.te :Initiations.: OJ',' "
and Laura. 1922-1924 First Ave. Cor. Fifth and Church.
of the University cf Wisconsin to the The quality ani economic: worth of Cor. Bay_. _" .. ___ __ ,...- "'.-..... __ ... .. i ;
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e--scmie: development: cf that education to the St-te can only: be .
Fi.st, Professor BabCock by inventing Ii increased by further expenditures, 3criptioi for student activities, campaigns I

ii's milk test, saved the farmers $SOY,- and as illustrated ia Wisconsin greater charities, etc., and, being aublc. Popular; Goods at Popular Prices \' I
CC3 worth of cream each year that I appropriations for h'ghsr education -spirited: citizen: end an example: ,

, l::d beta thrown away, enabled themt ,I bring about an ecancm'c and industrial !he is always the first one to raspond at I ill! ,
t, bred their stock scientifically, so return in almost geometrical This approximately amounts to about
t
:, tL? :.:; the average value is now $5 t I proportion. wna sixth of his salary.So I 1LTJR.ra.J8J: : : [ "S3 & l i
, p r haad: more than Southern stock; The Florida institutions for higher much for the professors them- it
. taught: : them improved dairying pro-I learning are very young organizations selves. Let us consider the new f i

. ceases, which increased the price of I have had a wonderful growthand equipment. It is this that enable 1 t
the: dairy products from twentyfiveto are just beginning to affect the the professors to keep up w. !1 the

100 percent and increased the total State to any great extent. For the constant advance cf the sclcntcs: ant I ;

a'ua: cf the state's dairy products toc condition: and wealth of the State they instruct the students in the same. It @\ \ d

. er $50,000,000 per year. have been supported very liberally, is the equipment that enables the professors .., I
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; 'The cheese industry was put en a but; not too liberally as shown by the by research to create, invent

,; :qi'!r.t'fic: : basis; the horse raising and per capita cost. The fact cf the mat- and produce new ideas and objects :
: u ultry: industries are being put en ter is that the University of Florida that will be of practical value to theState. '

"' ; same basis; the farmers: have been has been giving the same educationas Equ'pment and laboratories : 1) Cleaner.- j
) t -:"?ht to prevent oat and wheat smut the other colleges have at a much for experiment are provided for the & G ) .
'oaking' the seeds formaldehyde, h.nailer cost. But can this continua: ? various departments of the state in ..

.--:J thus saved an annual loss cf fromf The many gifted professors have beer l : stitutions in many of the northernand .." ,
f, western states, and, as a result, -
unceasingly r
and I
i 2 000,000 to $6.030,000; a new va- tolling; willingly
r .'v cf oats has been developed and. many years at salaries muh belowI the states themselves have increased reaped a will all the dirt from anything :
c. ributed which increases the stat 's I the average believing: that their work manifold monetary return in remove
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i nnaal crop 5,000,000 bushels; a spe- was being appreciated: and forgettingthe production and improvement in various .
bred and db- pecuniary return in their zeal for lines of endeavor.It '
cal: l seed has been
corn
:t\c': acted, which has added 15,000,000: their work. The war, ho.vever, has is folly not to accept which a new is instrument in Ask our Dealers for a i :
Prices for necessities of progress
l-s-els: to the annual pro Changed conditions.
per year 4 j
: bears
and when practice
and much bettel1q have gone up, and the professor theory good I
ion and newer
a
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himself the theory. Praetie: in other demonstration.
finds out .
: : ci"i; is just now ready to ba distribut with a family education 1
best culture has b er. unable to live on the scanty recompense :states shows that higher
J; su ar University of brings an actual, meat profitable
al- by the
given
million-dollar crop

:I ttit'I'1: _.'v_-y and,gathered and and berry a tobacco; industries the: crops potato have,and wheat been theu !Besides Florida.ng elsewhere not Can earning you to get blame a more living him than for wage go-the? I I for money itself.to return the Lack progress, and of money more of the than is University the pays obstacle DOZiER & GAY PAINT COI i

: Give it the
citizen, he has many "extras"that of Florida. money
and great average I
u improved
and
, 'ems-tigated of drainage, irrigation, and fall to the share of the college and the return .is sure. There is tie. [ Makers of CellulenefJ j
He is always the first one risk whatsoever.A I
. "ertility worked cut with rich re professor. I
:, to be asked for contributions and sub- CHEMISTS DREAM Atlanta Jacksonville

n iWHEN
:-J Ga. Fla. i
Last night I dreamed that I was dead I

'.1 And I found myself below I
Amid the fiery depths of hell, HA VENT GOT TIME That I really haven't got time.** E

I Where all the chemists go. 1
the At last opportunity came
pipe bearing
buy a
t you for Opportunity tapped at a door To a man who was burdened wfrftjcares
have the special den usA f :
trade-mark There was a .
C you
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', With a chance for the brother I < j I
.:dc
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cave off to one
satisfaction of knowing that your money odors of cfetorine within; And said: "I now offer the sane t I
Where the pungent,
could not have bought a better pipe. The And sulphur did abide. He rapped till his fingers were sore, Opportunity that hal: been theirs. I

4 W D C is strictly American made. You can {! ; And muttered, "Come on, let me in. Here's a duty that ooght to be dene.

choose among a multitude of styles, sizes and I The den it was a dismal; hole, > Here is something I know you can do, It's a chance if you've got the tiMeto

at the best shops-$6 down to 75 cents. I i With shrieks and yells it rmg.j Here's a hill that I know you can take it."
grades
vJW5L j lach fiend was making H2O i; climb." Said the man with a grin, "Gome

I I DEMUTH &CO.,New York j To cool hb parching tongae.I But the brother inside, very quickly along, pass it m!
i WorlT Largutt Pipe Manufacturer replied: I'll either find time or I'll make it."
I I T "Old fellow, I haven't got time.".
Y Sulphuric add on each did J
Of all the excuses there are
I II make than yell the more,
To
Opportunity wandered along .. By which the old world is aeeurse&,
The ,"Deril-4 taught the frightfaT']
e In search of a man who would rise. This "haven't got time" is by far

1,< !, .. class, He said to the, indolent throng: The poorest, the feeblest, the worst. t,
he Bore.
... To which was a *...... -. "Here's a chance for the fellow who A delusion it is, and a snare; !

t 1 Th tries." I I If the habit is yours, you should l!
.1'1 Look at the 11nes of thIS 0118. Just as I entered, he said to me: -
I ht to the q0.lJ'olDtheridl smile shake it,
flo.&de FreDCJa Briar bowl, I earth shaH here below But each' of them said'with' a ,
trownotthe pDuDe "As on yen
,, thI'oUth the sterlm sheen of the nn*.to "I wish I could do it, but I'm very Fcr if you want to do what fe offered
learning
... all time in athng
i the Jet tuck ttstre ot thy e vulcanite bd Spend your busy today. I to you

i.?:, isn'V business'to Very busy today, and rm sorry to Youll find time to do it, or make it.
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Florida Alligator 4 : day, May 16.
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OFFICERS ATHLETIC ASSN.

I ARE ELECTED FOR I INSIDE INFORMATION

NEW SOUTHERN HOTELG. CaChlffetJ.. COMING YEARAt THE UNINITIATEDBy FOB

the annual meeting of the Ath-
A. DULEY, Prop.
letic Association held May ninth in
111 RATES RERSON7RBL.e
THE TULANE WEEKLYThe chapel, W. W. Gunn was elected pres- ( Tohretaw)
III NICE MODERN ROOMS EXCELLENT TABLE SERVICEAINESVILLE
ident for next year; Henry Warner,

FLORIDA PHONE 168 last number of the Weekly was vice president; and Bob Hargrave, Lesson 11. The Mystery Sohed

the Southern Interscholastic Games secretary. The nominations for pres- "Wine for the feast, laughter f.

I Edition. Fourteen teams from three ident included the following: Madi- fools but money answereth 4

different states are entered in the son, Gunn, and Dye; far vice presi- things." It has been a topic of 094

/ meet that is to take place at Tulane.A dent, Warner, Spain, and Madison; fruitless discussion just why the fidfc

HAVE YOU EVER HAD good meet is anticipated. The for secretary, Yancey and Hargrave. Senate of our glorious commonweal

Weekly gave a list of the records From a number of nominations the should have sought to diminish tie

made up to date on the different following men were elected as mem- golden stream of the mighty why
Sunday Dinner at the White House? svents. They are unusually high for bers of the Athletic Board: L. Wilson withal which has hitherto poured j iMo

We HaveA i Prep School Meet. The 100-yard Bivens, Coxe, and Bushnell. the coffers of our State Knowledge

Always lash record is 10 seconds flat. Prof. Grimm, treasurer of the Ath- Factory, charming the ear with iu

letic Association: made his report for metallic clinking and yellow-backed
Goo Dinner on)Sundays. MARYLAND STATE REVIEW the year. At the beginning of the rustling.If .

school year the Athletic Associationwas the pitiful appropriation
Phone 68 for table reservations. Pctures of different parts of the more than two thousand dollarsin should have come to pass pryposed the

I campus and buildings have added debt. Thru the generosity of the verdict was unanimous that fewer

mush to the attractiveness of the Re- students and others in contribut'ons learned Ph.D.'s would grace wr

view. Such pictures add greatly to during the year and the efficient financial campus, and also, as an inevitable

the paper and are an advertisementto management of the Associa- sequence, there would be fewer IB-
t
the school. tion's affairs, this debt has been en- learned D. Ph.'s to sport white fiaa-
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Brown Bros tirely wiped out. The Athletic Asso- nels and plumb the unhallowed dens

; Co. THE FLAT HAT ciation now has about three dollars of Genung's "English, as She New

cash on hand. From the report of Is Spoke".

Gainesville The burden of a tremendous ques- Prof. Grimm, the Athletic Associa- "Why all this thusness, vat
Florida
tion mark was removed from the tion appears now in a better finan- we had inquired and Echo has an-

mind of the Exchange Editor by the cial position than it has been for some swered, "Whys". Recently, however,,
Buyers of hickory in ed:tcrial in the last issue of the Flat years. off
stumpage Echo has tipped us more anti -
Hat. It told of of the
the origin name The athletic program for next year
factorily, and the little dope that I
Florida. If ynu have any hickory "Flat Hat". It seems that about 1750 bids fair to be the best the Univer- am about to spring I got straight
there existed: in William and
Mary sity has ever had. Much good material from Echo. If you don't swallow tlm
I ollege, a club similar to our present is here, and the financial condi-
trees write us.WHOLESALE. stuff that Echo has put me jerry to,
lay Greek letter fraternities. The tion of the Association will enable the go ask the dame herself.
purpose of the club was to cultivate __ .
arrangement of a good schedule.
Echo may be found walking up ud
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social tendencies. Flat hats were
down Acoustic Alley between eigkt
hen in style among young ladies. "STOP! LOOK! LISTEN"JUDGE o'clock and the court house square.

:rem this source the club receivedhe SHACKLEFORD'S June 30, 1919, fateful day. No more

.G. W. ZARING & CO. name "Flat Hat". This club later ADVICE TO STUDENTSJudge the seductive Sloe Gin Fizz; no more
came extinct but the name was
the cute coffee and cognac; no mere
landed down to the college
t paper. T. M. Shackleford of Tampawas the vivacious Vermouth. Gone where

a distinguished visitor of the the woodbine twineth. Life will be
GROCERS SILVER AND GOLD University at tf' apel TuesdayMay broken
vast and parched desert,
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA i ninth. A short address on .z e text, j lone now and then by mirages labeledTierney's
p 6j The Universities of Colorado, TexTs "Stop! Look! and Listen" was made I Bar but as the thirsty
j Utah, and Oklahoma are to debate by the Judge.As ;
traveler approaches closer, the mirage
.he railroad query soon. the text makes clear
the
mes- will dissolve and he will read the
The University of Colorado showedip sage was an attempt to
impress upon heartrending truth "Drink Feel Finn
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Y.ell in the Victory Loan Cama the students the
IDEAL necessity of consid- for health" and he will wearily
FERTILIZERS ; your ,
The students and faculty sub-
gn. ering, and taking counsel before tak- down his for "Beero" or
plank jitney
,cribd ?14,000.RED .
ing action. The
speaker pointed out some other base libel on Budweiser.So .
3 that this is a day of action. Men
believing in preparedness
the Senate
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AND BLACK (Hillsboro) crowd their with
days action, and lit- was stocking the cellarsof
COMPLETE FORMULAS ANY ANALYSIS tle time is left for reflection and med- various brandsof
the Capitol with the
The Red and Black of April is anttract've itation. But he urged the boys not avaflabJe

PROPORTIONED TO PREVENT WASTE : issue. This year's paper to forget the meditative and reflect- fifty-per-cent proof now rev
For who ever could imagine a
marked for its abundance of
3 ex- ive side of life and the
PROMPT SHIPMENT ellEnt stories and poetry from local giving it some place in necessity their of ered and dignified choice of the pea
own toddy
alent. Get track team, Hillsboro ple without a mint julep or tasty
a lives in order
to round them out
f nd will be to the nothch! prop- to moisten the vocal cords before
ycu up erly. He spoke of the
L need at timesto debating on such arid subjects M
close the books
and get our ex- or
J' Wilson Toomer PROFESSORS THREATENED A perience, not "second-hand" from the "Good Roads vs. Woman Suffrage"
& Fertilizer Co. STRIKE "Resolved, that The Florida AlligatorIs
I writings of others
Nature herself. but direct from I Not a Reptile but A Newspaper".

Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers "Professors of the University of Judge Shackleford's Now, the old mining camp saying
:llinois organized a union to obtain much words were is, "Talk is cheap, but it takes mosey
B Jacksonville Florida. appreciated by. the students, lecturers
ligher wages, while those at the Uni- judging by the storm of applause to buy whiskey", so as learned booM

JIC. _. ersty: of Ohio have united in a pe- which came forth from the student are plentiful and good
;.ition for higher salary. Unless theyan body. is scarce, why not put the coin where

r,.. get more pay, a lot of college pro- it is needed? Thus argued the Senate

FIRST NATIONAL !essors will feel obliged to take up THE INNOCENCE OF EDEN and thusly went the approprlation.Editor's .-
BANK explanation
some more profitable employment like Note: This is a poor

GAINESVILLE, FLA. (- carpentering, paper hanging or gen- The nakedness of AdamIs but at that, it's as good II
INCORPORATED heard to time of going to
1S88 ral repair work. revealed in any up
things today
CAPITAL $100,000.00 The above clipping from an Iowa And Society, dear Madam, ; press. -
I aper is interesting in the face of the Is
as naked in its
SURPLUS !
$100,000.00 otand the professors of the Univer- way. La France roses to a pin,

'ity1 of Florida took when it appearedhat There That his simpleness like AdamIs
are bare-faced
frauds
the State Legislature intended to Madam, dear a pureness, not a sin.

-- eep their salaries down to the level There
are things done shamelessly, When she Yes, I love yoa.Adam" ,
of two or three notwithstanding answers,
years ago That
GREE LEAF & CROSBY CO. would make our father Adam that,
the fact that cost of living Seem straight and plain as
had risen in some cases nearly two attired blamelessly.There Then I think the skie. above you,
11 JEWELERS AUD PLATINUM
SMITHS a6
Kindred percent. And the universiies better Madam, understand where we
are
things, dear
Madam, .
Noted for Reliability of Fifty Years. salaries mentioned to above their professors pay much highr than- Pure Sweet and pure as holy oil, at.There's a pureness cf the beatt
as Eve
the wife of
; Ii 41 West Bay Street foes the University of Florida. With the rich as those who Adam toil-, Madam,


When the evening study hour comes When There's a nakedness cf soul

till Jacksonville Florida :and you are undecided what to do, Without a man bias with to soul deceive like, Adam, That we see in father Adam

coin That will live while roll.
try flipping a : Tells ages
a girl he loves her
Heads-go to bed. Madam, -CHARLES Z. LYMAN. .
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who is
Class PinsRingsMedals and sweet and
Trophies. Tails-go to "Alex.". pure as Eve,- !'

On edge-study. Then I'll Ride and the girls ride with yo u'
wager you, dear
Madam
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CLUBAt PIKE'S OBSERVE MOTHERS' DAY H H
B. M. Tench i
1919 Spring &Summer
Samples on display the regular meeting of the Ag As an appropriate means of show- .

Club the following officers were elect- ing their appreciation for the mothers Q GAINESVILLE 0 i ii
ed for the coming year: E. H. Hurle- of Gainesville, the members of the c
Alteration, Repairing and Pressing baus, president; J. W. Schofield, vice Alpha Eta Chapter of the Pi Kappa FLORIDA !

president; L. C. Richbourg, secretaryand Alpha Fraternity entertained the E ESHOES I I
treasurer; C. L. DeVane, reporter mothers of the city in their chapter

; J. G. Clemons, representative of rooms last Friday afternoon. ..
the debating council; and R. E. Nolen, Delighful fruit salad, pimento and I
Gainesville Furniture critic. After the election of the of- minced meat sandwiches were served.
Co.D ficers, Mr. Gregory gave an interest- During the afternoon music was ren- t 1 1J.
ing talk on the life of the French dered on tha- player piano.As '
farmer, which concluded the program. a memoir of the happy after- J.11 W.JJcfiolIagSdo.!! 1 I I

noon each visiting lady was presentedwith
R DRUGGISTS'TheRexallat.re"
Oox. Proprietor
FINAL MEETING OF a small bunch of sweet peas to
: boo a1 1
PEABODY CLUB which was attached a small card bearing Agents for j.
Phone a 86 the inscription "God said that all LI GO Kit* AND NONIUS' CANDIES i
The final meeting of Peabody Club men are brothers, but the best angelsare I

proved to be one of the most interest- our mothers". SEE 1

ing sessions of the year. The begin- The Pi Kappa Alpha's have de- A.. J'. ""tTic1.al 'I
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ning of the meeting was devoted to cided to set aside the Friday before

PALM PARLORJe some notable three-minute talks by national mothers' day and observe it Drugs Stationery FOR, Toilet Article., :
various members of the Club. Mr. De- by extending some of the motherssome Candies, Souvenir Cards
Silva gave a glowing account of the sort of an entertainment each Waterman's Pens
future in store for the teachers of year. ,

ge i&xeCandy Florida.: Mr. Miles delivered an inspiring Sunday as a further observance of
(ov ecwn eulogy on Peabody Club, and mother's day, the Chapter as a body Come 10 d f !

following him, Mr. Rider, with his attended the Holy Trinity church.A Doran's Bicycle Shop f;
usual finesse, gave a recitation, "Pop- 218 East Main Street i j I'

ping the Question". PIKE HOP for BICYCLES. MOTORYCLE : !
Soda and Cigars. i_ir. O'Bryant gave an address in ACCESSORIES and REPAIRS Ii
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which he spoke in terms of love and Last Saturday night the Pi Kappa II I
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auecticn for the retiring president, Alpha Fraternity gave an informal
I Jtir. Miles. Valuable facts and counsel dance in their rooms down town. The New ,

v.ere given by the historic personage -I The guests arrived early in the eve- !, !
Diamond Ice Co.. of Rameses III.Ir.. Crupper, ning and enjoyed themselves until the EDISONThe t

vtaose early childhood was spent in city clock struck twelve. Music was I
Manufacturers of Roumania, threw some interesting furnished by the University Jazz. Ii

Finest Crystal Ice sukiights on life in that country.
1 1PHONfiGRAP" {
Cold Storage in Connection Following the program, the new of- UNIVERSITY BOYS ATTEND -
ficers of Peabody for the coming year DANCE AT OCALA
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
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wen installed. They were: .
President, H. R. DeSilva; vice president About twenty boys from the Uni-
J.S. BODIFORD & CO. N. H. Moyer; secretary and versity attended a masquerade dancein ::1:1It

I DRUGGISTS treasurer, M. Walker; critic, H. C. Ocala last Friday night, some mo- .,
Johnson; reporter, Horace O'Bryant; toring down and some going down on with

NORAH GAINESVILLE FLORIDA sergeant at arms, Coleman. the train. Everybody who went re- a SOUL I :\

Prescriptions Called for and Delivered ported the affair to be unexcelled by
FREE FARR LITERARY HAS WELL any thing they had enjoyed for a long Has no needles to change

ATTENDED MEETINGA Plays Records of all makes.

THE SANITARY much larger attendance than usu: time."Y" PROGRAM ON MAY TheEdison Shop I f t
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The AlachuaRestaurant Literary Society Monday night. Thef..atute SUCCESSThe 1
Promptness Courtesy of the evening was a talk
Book !
and Lunch Room Satisfaction by Sergeant E. A. Kopp on his ex- "Y" entertainment Thursday, Store
Panama. The of
periences in topics :May 8, was a wonderful success as t
FOR His discussion were: the cities of concerned.It Basement Language Hlla)
j far as the program was t
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LADIES AND GENTLEMEN K-nama, the work of the United couldn't have been rendered better. {

Coast Line PHIFER STATE E BANK! States Government in that region, and The only drawback to the occasionwas Everythingfor j
Atlantic
ll..lf a block from
1 the customs and modes of living ex- there were only about half as. iI i
DepotTelephone istng: among the natives. The sub- many boys out as should have been :
507 ject was well presented and was en- there.
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA joyed by all present. The program consisted of nine
Gainesville Florida The next number the
on
I program parts. First, Dr. J. M. Chapman, elocutionist -
was a discussion of the life of Theodore Students .
MOLNAR'SDINING gave a most entertainingset
THE SANITARY CLEANINGAND Roosevelt, by Mr. Duke Wil-
of short selections and jokes. Then I
I liams. This was followed by a recita- -
ROOMWhere Professor Marks led the band in ren- !
tion Mr. C. D. Johnson. Next Mr. !
PRESSING COMPANYGet by dering some delightful pieces. Dr. FORD HEADQUARTERS 4 'j ;
H. M. Friedlander and Mr. R. C.
clothes cleaned and pressadin Prices are Just light and Food :s Chapman's second number was in his
your Bmford both told briefly of trips to J.II. ALDERMAN, ProprietorTHEHOMEOFTHE
the anitary way. Served as You Like it j own words a "medley". It consistedJf I ,
FRENCH DRY CLEANING ASK ANYBODY \Tennessee and South Carolina, respectively < several short selections from many FAMOUS :
---- where they went as members
most
AND famous readings joined together
W .S. & of Honda's teams in the recent Tri- then ;
Co
STEAM PRESSING Dorsey \ ingeniously. The orchestra
angular Debate.At
Saves Time played several' enjoyable selections, FORDMOTOR !+
the next meeting the society I
Saves Clothes EVERYTHING inGROCERII S followed by a masterful rendering ofa
t will be favored by another talk, this Dr. Chap- i
Saves Money scene in "Hamlet" by
For Goodness Sake time on ."Life in Panama", by Ser- favoredthe :
Hat Cleaning and Blocking SpecialtyAlso man. The Mandolin Club next : '
D. B. Hundley. This will be CARS ;
Steam Dyeing Drink Dorsey'sDelight Coffee geant audience with three delightful t.
Phone 675 GlTe us a call -- the last meeting of the present year, The seventh part showed
so a large attendance is expected. productions.Dr.".. Chapman at his best in presenting Accessories, Supplies And Repairs I I '
JUS. J. SEYKURA
oral description of t ,1
American Shoe the graphic >>>>i>
JOHN MARSHALL ELECTS- one of Rubenstein's famous recitals. GainesvilleCocaCola. ;I
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOREl'ctric OFFICERS Then Professor Marks showed his

Repair (Company) Appliances,Electric Repairing versatility and mastery of all musical 1 :
Sterling National Mazda Lamps, .Ml At its meeting Saturday, John instruments from the obo to the bass

111 West Main, North Sizes. 32 volt Mazdas.for_farm. lighting Marshall hour Debating to the practice Society of devotedone parliamentary saxophone.Sniffle's Courtship", Finally, came which the was"Elder givenin g| Bottling Co. x

Telephone 139 CONNER & BOATRIGHT law. After this the following its usual excellent manner. Corner Virginia Are. and Union St .,

Chevrolet officers were elected to pilot John Tho not as large as it ought to '. Gainesville Fla. i tf !
Marshall thru the first semester of have been, the audience was appre-
ciative. Dr. Chapman received a full
Sales and Service 191920.S.
Call and Delivery Free W. Getzen, president; W. M. measure of the applause and Pro-
Phone 194T Madison, vice president: ; W. J. Bivens,, fessor Marks and his group of musicians '

.1.- -"" secretary and treasurer; and O. H.I were encored every time. ALWA A BOOB : ;f 'j'f '

I Norton, debating council representative. -
THOMAS. Secretary CLUB TO HAVE
Tourer O. 11. COSMOPOLITAN
F Li, .MAS, President R W THOMAS t
SOCIAL HOW :
Thomas Company Inc. WANTED-Janitor for an air f tf

castle; brakeman for a train of Saturday evening the Cosmopolitan !

I' IMPLEMENTS SEED thoughts; window decorator for a Club of the University will en- AT THE i iE ;
HARDWARE, "Blind Tige" establishment in a dry tertain friends and guests at a socialto
Gainesville, Fla. town. Send application to Iona Ford, be held in the faculty rooms at \E I i I

-AGENTS FOR- third floor Co-Op building. eight o'clock. The honorary mem-
CO. -Ex. bers are urgently requested to be Lyric Theatre I f
HARVESTER II
THE INTERNATIONAL present. Other members will be there :
and Dr. Murphree attended the Boardof with bells on, and some with their
Control meeting in Tallahassee the f fF i
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DEERE PLOW OX lady friends.A 11
THE JOHN of this week. He will de- +F
first part most enjoyable evening is antic-
All Kinds of Farming Tools aver the baccalaureate address to the ipated. Speeches and light refresh- 1' Ii Iir
of the Gainesville HcmtotBettet Pictures
graduating class ments will be features of the nro- -;
High School this Friday night. -; 1 !

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high standards, and that the young I of the article, but also as to the -
: T CHEVROLET LOCALSThere of the man that wrote it.
KELIE men of Florida can come to their character
I himself Florida
State University with the assurance His one chance to vindicate I
of getting only the best. The appro-I is by proving his assertion and we
won CARS
seems to be an almost unani- priation of $201,500.00 for the Uni- openly defy him to do this.
mous approval of the exam. scheduleby versity of Florida, as passed by the In a final, decisive argument the State Collegefor
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: L j INTERNATIONALTRUCKS all students except the Rats. Someof House, is a guarantee of this. editor says that. Mr. Walker: knowsno
them, it seems, had entertained It is a pleasure to feel that the action more about the entire educational I f
high hopes of getting away for the of the House of Representativesis situation in the State than the editor Women
"Big Holiday" early, but "Jimmy's an endorsement of higher educa- knows about the peace conference.
h PARTS & SERVICE Rhetoric" holds them all until May tion, and we feel that when the final Who, may we ask, knows the work of
; 30th. result is known the Senate of the an institution if the men who live TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA
LAUTZ AND HELVENSTOX State will have added their endorse- there and take advantage of its worl. ,
'- -----I Many mothers of university boys ment. We are glad that for the next do not? If our worthy Okaloosa
I1 VOYLE BROS. attending the Baraa:: Class of the two years at least the high standingof editor knew one half as much about
Presbyt-rian Sunday School have expressed the State institutions of higher the peace conference as Mr. Walker
FLASH LIGHTS their! admiring: appreciation learning is assured. knows about the University of Flor-
of Miss: Anderson's card to them on ida, then the Okaloosa News might One of the Strongest and
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
"Mothers' Day". The boys too hold GATOR ANSWERS VICIOUS perhaps disseminate real news instead Best Women's Colleges in
& up Miss: Anderson as the best and of gross lies to the citizens of
STORAGE BATTERIES mot wide awake S. S. teacher that ATTACK ON HIGHER that county.In the Country
I they have ever had the pleasure to conclusion, we see nothing in this
I come into contact with. EDUCATION entire article but that spirit of spit
t r and misrepresentation which is the
: UNCLE MOSES Rameses has entered upon the I curse of the State. It is the attitude 1. College of Arts and Sciences
sane, tho somewhat later than usual ( Continued from page one. ) !of ignorant prejudice with which: there 2. Normal School and Schoolof
III MONEY TO LOAN ', Rameses is hale and hearty, and in system of education he is ignoringthe I can be no argument. But, thank Education.
liji Strings and Musical Instruments I I tat seems to look better every year success of the present system universally -' God, this attitude is fast dying out. 3. School of Home Economics
I 110.112Vest Union Street I he ccmcs. The University is alwaysarpy acknowledged by all autho- Not much longer shall the village edi- 4. School of Music
ji to we'.c me back a surviving rities who are competent to pass tor, sitting back in his arm chair and
I j member of the past generations and judgment. He fails to realize that following the ideas of a generationgone 5. School of Art.
NICK DAMATO j i we trust:; that his stay this year will "Higher Education" is the need of the by, hoodwink the pzcple of his 6. School of Expression.

Next to McCollum's Drug Store;>|i be most profitable. day and that the "horny handed tillers community with products of his fancy. 7. Department of Business.
I i i'I i of the soil" whom he pretends to Let this editor, if he is really actu- 8. Extension Division in Home
Phone --- 511 I champion are the very ones that rec- ated by the high and sincere motiveof Economics.

HIGH GRADETAILORING : HOUSE( VOTES APPROPRIATIONSASKED ognize this and endorse it by send- desiring to better the educational 9. Graduate School.
ing their sons here. We are not sur- system of the State, take the troubleto

BY BOARD prised, however, that a man who investigate the situation. Let him Tuition free in all courses except -
would make such statements as are visit the institutions which he con-
private lessons in
made in this article should also attempt demns unseen. If after this he is Music,
to give us an entirely new still prejudiced, let him at least lay Art and Expression.For .
I ( Continued from page one ) scheme for education, the basis of the facts before the people and not
some pride and pleasure in the fact which is as antiquated as his ideas. attempt to mislead them by deliberate
., that! the increased: appropriations Thus far our editor has attemptedo misrepresentations as these with catalogue and ether information -
; 1 I passed by the House of Representatives appeal to ignorance and prejudice; I which his article abounds.We write to
I are in some measure the resu't but with the statement that the university believe that the people of Oka
j cf the united action and effort put professors know no more than 'loosa county want the truth-facts,
I |: forth by the students of the Univer- high school teachers he enters the not fancies-and, to this they are en-
i sity.That glorious realm of mendacity. Our I titled. Give the people the facts and REGISTRARCOLLEGE
Mh the later recommendations of vorthy editor undoubtedly knows that let them judge.
the Joint Committee on Appropriations the percentage of Ph.D.s on our fac- FOR
were passed with but one dissenting ilty is third highest in the United WOMENTALLAHASSEE
i vote in the House makes the 3tates. In the face of this we do BENTON ENGINEERING SOCIETY
I j In The Good OldDays Oi summer I Ii young men of the University feel that I lot see how such a statement could FLA.
i You Will Find It Worth I II they were right in their action. The ')e made. We must conclude that our Nearly every member of the Ben-
i University, the College for Women I :ditor does not know what the Ph.D. ton Engineering Society was presentat
I Your While If You Patronize A and the other State institutions of j .' the
.egree stands for, and its significance meeting last Monday night to
Tailor Who Can Fit. You Outn learning have their friends in the I 3 evidently lost upon him. It maybe hear Dr. Simpson's lecture. lIe told
Style. He use and Senate, men who well realize : that he is confusing it with a de- of the great work being; carried on ..... '=- ,-. -
: You will find here as elect! r. range the importance to the State of ;:ree offered for a one year short in the Forest Laboratories at the Uni-
of fabrics and models as jouu'l in the education. To these men we wish tj ourse in the historic DeFuniak school versity of Wisconsin, a work that all BURNETT
best Fashion Centers' MetropolitanIife.ANDATGREATLYLOWER offer our sincere thanks for the interest f which he speaks. engineers should be interested in and I "I-e CLOTHIER
PRICES they have taken and for what I When we come to the statement glad to learn about.
ALL THE LATEST NOVEL they have done for the cause of h'gher : ;lat the University and the Women's After Dr. Simpson's lecture, Dr. NOKTII SIDE OF S. UdR
TIES- in addition to a fine vrray of learning in Florida. 'College are the state's only two Benton spoke very briefly to the so-
.conservative BUSINESS MODELS I While the appropriations: for the "high-handed grafting institutions"e ciety, stating that his absence from
I University are not as large as at would like to remind this narrow-.the meetings recently had been due
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J'C. first asked by our President: we feel ninded "public reformer" that such!to illness. We are glad to have Dr.
(. i.argata! that the success of the University: is -. statement needs to be proved, and Benton with us again. N EWYORK RACKET
assured. We realize that so soon 'Ifat! unless it is proved it is nothing Secretary White of the Y. M. C. A.
send it toPEPPER. after the war we must still continueto ':.ore nor less than a plain deliberate was also present. Agent forFLORSHEiM
economize, but we feel that the !r e. We challenge him to prove it.nless Next Monday nght: May 19th, the SHOES
University of Florida will continue]! :' this is done the State can election of officers for next year will

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