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The Florid a IIiQator' .

Vol. .11 I

University of Florida, Gainesville 30,1919
Friday, May No. 19 !
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SOlVI1VER SCHOOL -' -- .=:



Open Letter to the College Men of Keene, Gordon, and Wells Win Play Scenes Laid at University i

Advantages of Co-Ed. Summer the South from the University Military Honors I

Commission on Southern i One of the finest compliments ever :

Term Will Cause Race QuestionsThe The contest for the medals offered paid to the University was handed it I

Many by the officers of Company A to the last week when it was announced that !

To world-wide reconstruction thatis men in that company making the best the Senior class of the Duval High ;

Remain. following in the wake of the war showing in military work culminatedlast School would give a play, the scenes

will necessarily affect the South in a Wednesday at the final dress- and setting of which will be right

peculiar way. Nearly 300,000 Negroes parade, with the announcement that here at Florida. This play, called the

C SUMMER SESSION OPENS JUNE 16 have been called into the military' service Cadets Auld, Keen, and Gordon had "Touchdown", will be staged in one

of the country; many thousand been awarded the first, second, and of the popular thaters of Jacksonville, !

more have been drawn from peaceful third places respectively.The Friday night, June 6th. It was slatedto

The University Summer School the rest of the school year. pursuits into industries born of the winners were decorated by Col come off some time ago, but in viewof j

promises to be the most successfulin Take the example of the Univer- war; and several hundred thousand Walker with the medals awarded by the fact that the majority of the f I

the history of Florida this year. sity of Chicago. Since the establish- have shifted from the South to the the company officers. The battalion Duval alumni in Florida would not

Teachers, college'students, and gradu- ment of that university it has beenon industrial districts of the North. The then passed in review before the three be able to attend, the Seniors showed

ates alike see the advantages offered the four-quarter year plan. Not demobilization of the army and the cadets. As each company swept by further favor by postponing the play

so that a large attendance is assured. :only has it become one of the leadinguniversities transition of industry from a war to it rendered the silent tribute of "Eyes until the Florida alumni could be therein <1<

The legislature and other people of the country under this a peace basis are creating many problems Right" to the prowess of their com- person and in a spirited group. i { t

within the State have been urging the I plan, but every year the summer quar- which can be solved only by the rades in arms. As the name indicates, the play will r ,

establishment of two normal schoolsand ter has a larger attendance than the efforts of both races. The Negro in In presenting the medals Colonel be of a collegiate football struggle, ; t'

generally knocking the work of rest of the year. Students from Illinois adapting himself to the new condi- Walker addressed the honored men as : staged at Florida. Florida songs and '

the existing universities as far as I and other states have seen the tions, should have the wise sympathyand follows: Florida yells will be featured in the 1

the Teachers College is concerned. I advantage of an unbroken school year generous cooperation of his white "Mr.: Auld, Mr. Keen, and :Mr. Gor- musical program. The scenes as far t '
They forget that the University Sum- for educational purposes. Does this I neighbors. It is to the interest of don, under the conditions imposed for as possible will be exactly as those i!

mer School has in attendance annuallyever I show that the university student is a these as well as of the Negro himself, this contest the awards were to be on the athletic field and campus. A (

three hundred teachers from dif- slacker when it comes to going to that readjustment should proceed with based upon neatness, military appear- little touch of romance will serve to I

ferent parts of the State. Moreoverthe school thruout the year or wishing a the least possible difficulty and delay. ance and class work, as well as for put spice into the drama, in the endeavor 1!

beauty of this system is that the vacation every eight or nine months We believe that this readjustmentmay excellence at drill. The fact that you to actually picture every phase 1 I

be effectively aided by a more have won those medals shows that of college life.
teacher not only goes to school dur- Here in Florida the summer is divided k t

ing the summer and wastes none of so that if you attend summer general appreciation of the Negro's you have been uniformly consistentin The play will undoubtedly be one

the time spent in teaching but secures school you still have eight weeks of value as a member of the community. putting forth your best efforts. of the best ever given by the Duval i

all the advantages which an estab- vacation. The summer school starts Lack of sympathy and understanding Such efforts are always commendable, Seniors, due both to the fact that they I

lished university necessarily has over two weeks after the University session between two groups of people frequently but particularly so at a time when civ- have rehearsed it for several weeks ;

the average normal school. And the closes and concludes six weeks causes one group to regardthe ilization needs the most that one can now, and also to the almost unequalled -
shortcomings of few individualsof
tendency for the teacher to become too before the fall term begins. One may a give. school spirit shown by the grad- ; I

strict and exact with her pupils is say that it is pleasant to attend the other as characteristic of all "Let me suggest that you continueto uating class. This class seems to have ;

overcome by sitting once more as a school in the North during the sum- that group. This is a natural ten- keep yourselves in touch with this taken an especial interest in the Uni- I i
dency, but it is neither rational line of work
nor sufficiently to be usefulat
pupil at school and receiving anew mer but the truth of the matter is versity during the past year, and be-
just, and it has proved, we believe, once, should your country need fore, culminating in the I
the pupil's viewpoint.For that it averages several degrees hotter high compli-
one of the great obstacles to the development your services. The world is in turmoil
teachers the University Sum- I in Chicago during the summer ment hereby paid to old Florida. .
of more satisfactory racial and how such
no man
mer School of eight weeks, starting I I than in Florida. There is always a relations in this country.The services be needed."I say soon In order in some meager way, to :
June 16 offers many advantageouscourses breeze and the nights are compara- may show appreciation for this tribute I

leading to County, State and tively cool in Florida. Negroes' contribution to the congratulate each of you upon from Duval, the Jacksonville Club of !
welfare the the of efforts and it I I
of nation has been success
Special Certificates. Outside of the Everyone in Florida is in favor of never your the University will attend the play t ,
more clearly indicated than by his gives me sincere pleasure to now on
regular subjects taught such as Math- co-educational universities and we are in mass, and occupy box seats. The
services the Great behalf of the members of
during War. When your com-
ematics, "English, Agriculture, the called backward because of our two twenty-seven active members and all
the call to sounded his present respective medals."
arms was pany your
Summer School will hold classes in separate institutions of higher learn- the Florida-Duval alumni will groupin I
"ountry expected him to do his Cadet W. G. Wells was presentedwith
Florida History, Civic Biology, Bird ing. Florida is one of the very few duty, the downstairs boxes first, and later i
and he did not fail. Large numbers of a five dollar gold piece as being
Study, Primary Work, Physical Edu- states having separate universities for if there is not ample space, they will f
black men on the fields of France adjudged the best drilled man in the
cation and Manual Training.The men and women. As the Alligator has occupy the upper box. Across these :
made the sacrifice for the battalion last Thursday night in mess
instruction is a boon to the said before why have we two standards supreme reserved seats ribbons of blue and
cause of world democracy. In other hall. The grades, as based upon drill,
teachers thruout the State and is a ? In the summer men and women gold will be intertwined effectively,
war services the Negroes did their class work, and general appearancewere
I while two immense banners of the
influence in raising the qualityof attend the University together
announced the committee of
full share. :Many thousands were em- by
teachers in Florida. and as soon as fall approaches each University colors will adorn the outer
ployed in the building of ships, the judges as follows for the first seven
sides of the .
back its boxes.It
hies itself to respective
The student not sex
University may manufacture of munitions, the con- cadets: Wells, W. G., 92.3%; Wil-
have thought seriously of the Uni- school. Why is it? struction of cantonments, and in the liams, L. D., 91%; Bryce, J. W., is hoped that the Florida-Duval

versity Summer School for himself. The University Summer School is production of coal, iron, cotton and 90.7%; Yeats, 90%; Scott, I. W., 88%; alumni and all Gators who were for- 4

However it is well worth his time to coeducational. :More and more college food stuffs without which victory Farley, 89%; Keene, W. D., 87%. merly connected in any way, will take
investigate the matter and question students attend the Bummer School would have been impossible. The notice of this coming event,. and be 1
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himself as to whether he should comeor each year and more and more the Negroes' purchases of Liberty Bonds of both races, to emphasize the best ready to appear on the night of June ;

rot. truth is brought home to the peopleof and War Savings Stamps and their rather than the worst features of interracial 6th, "with bells on". Be sure to make

Many of the leading colleges in the Florida-that the State universities contributions to the Red Cross, the relations, to secure greater arrangements with Miss Rawson, fit

North are now on a school basis of should be coeducational.The United War Work Fund, and other publicity for those whose views are the high school, who is kindly con- '

four quarters a year of twelve weeks students here are all in favorof similar agenceis are in themselves a based on reason rather than prejudice tributing her talent in the direction of

each. They have found it far better coeducation, therefore the only splendid record of which the Negroesand -these, we believe, are essential partsof the play, or with some of the fellowsin

for the student to go ,to college in the reason they do not attend the Summer their white friends may be justly the Reconstruction programme by Gainesville, for a box seat that

summer than secure a job outside or School in larger numbers is that they proud.It which it is hoped to bring into the night. A grand reunion of all Duval

loaf during the vacation. The break in think perhaps that the quality of work world a new era of peace and democ- students is ardently anticipated. There
also be appropriate in this
their work after a school year destroyed performed during the summer and may racy. Because college men are rightly will be a display of the old spirit
connection to recall that thruout the
much of the work done in the subjects offered ,do not rank with of hostilities the expected to be moulders of opinion, such as has never been seen before.
Negro was
the work done in the winter. Of period the Commission earnestly appeals to
the winter and the quality of work of of
never suspected or
was consequently much lower than course the students wish a vacationbut them to contribute of their talents and GATOR STAFF
sympathy with the enemy, and that
they can still go to summer in bringing this 1.
after they adopted the fourquarteryear. energy programmeto
indifferent those
been to
he has wholly
and have eight weeks in which to its consummation.
The summer quarter is always movements fostered by radical aliens TO HAVE SUPPER

equally if not better attended thant enjoy themselves. that aim at the destruction of the (Signed)
James J. Doster, professor of edu- Business Department Entertains .j
six) form of This
(Continued on page American government.
cation, University of Alabama. Retiring Staff
: good record of the whole race deserves
David Y. Thomas, professor of -
saving the neighborhood flour destruc- such publicity as will offset the com- The retiring staff of ye Gator will

t : P ;IRSTVDETSTO mon tendency to judge it by the short- and history, Universityof be regaled tomorrow night by a sup- ,.

tion.A frame house was entirely comings of some of its members. No per at the White House given byr the
new James M. Farr, professor of Eng-
THE RESCUECheetah's burned down and considerable damage people is spurred to higher things lish, University of Florida.R. Business Department of the Alligator. -
when habitually referred to in disparaging Gayety will be they order of the
it in spiteof
done to the house next to P. Brooks, professor of history, .
the efforts of the combined Gaines- or contemptuous terms. day, and the solemnity of our dig- I
House Burns; Great University of Georgia.
and University Ordinary human beings tend to live nified editors will be cast aside for
ExcitementLate ville fire department William O. Scroggs, professor of
up to or down to the role assigned the occasion. '
volunteers. economics and sociology, Louisiana
them their neighbors.On .
Saturday night the campus Those eating at :Mrs. Ramsey's were by State University. The Alligator has been unusually t

was aroused by cries of "Fire!" Ina much grieved Sunday to find that the several previous occasions the William L. Kennon, professor of: successful in a financial way this year 1

short time everyone was out on the house had belonged to their favorite University Commission for the Studyof physics, University of Mississippi.E. and the Business Department feels I

campus. Spars{ a noise of fire en- cook "Cheetah". :Many tears were Race Problems has addressed appeals C. Branson, professor of rural that it can afford to give this treat I

gines, and everyone running, was all shed and a collection taken for her to the college men of the South economics, University of North Caro- to the Staff who have made the Gator t
for justice and fair play for the
the reporter or noticed for benefit. more lina. during the past year "one of the pep-
twelve millions of our colored citizens.At iest weeklies in the South"
several minutes. May it always be thusUniversitystudents Josiah :Morse, professor of philoso- college ,
this time we would appeal espe- as one of our exchanges puts it.
the rescue! phy University of South Carolina, i
The mile to ,
fire was a quarter of a cially for a large measure of thought-. '
north of the college gates, and as the fulness and consideration, for the con-: (Chairman). Many appreciative comments have

flame spread it gave a wierd light to The members of the Pi Kappa Al- trol of careless habits of speech which James D. Hoskins, dean of the Uni- been heard concerning the last issueof J

the buildings on the campus. pha 'Fraternity gate a "pop" dance in give needless offense and for the prac- versity of Tennessee. the Alligator-the Memorial Edi- 1

A few minutes before two cars filled I I their rooms last Saturday night. tice of just relations. To seek by William S. Sutton, professor of edu- tion-and the new editors wish to com-

with college students had entered the Knowing that they were together for all practicable means to cultivate a cation, University of Texas. pliment the retiring staff on the ex- !
cellent work
shown in this Memorial
gates, noticing a flame but thinking it the last time this year the Pikes made William M. Hunley, professor of
more tolerant spirit, a more generous Edition. The aforesaid journalists deserve
to havea -
only a mere pile of brush burning. the most of their
Then along came our heroes, Clutz big time and the result was a good sympathy and a wider degree of cooperation economics and political science, Vir- much praise from the student

ginia Military Institute, (Secretary). body.u .
and Hansen, turning in the alarm and snappy dance. between the best elements






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Place all communications and news items in boxes designated for that
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Rate: The Florida Alligator, $1.00. Ten days in the Heart of Blue

Ridge: back to Nature, still in the THE ORIGINAL
company of the South's finest collegemen

; such is the lot of Florida's del- 5 c Cigar Union Made
Duval County High School, located in Jacksonville is to give a college
A. Conferenceat
egates to the Y. M. C. Made by A.G.Barber Cigar Factory
play as the main: feature of their Commencement exercises. This play is to Blue Ridge, N. C., June 13th to Gainesville.Florida
touch every feature of college life, from athletics to class room.

There is nothing unusual in the announcement itself; myriads of high 23d.College athletics, morning hikes, f Up to date Auto Accessories and

schools throughout this wide land of ours give college plays annually as a swimming, messages from able Chris-
legular part of their commencement exercises. The pleasing aspect of this the SuppliesAt
tian leaders go to make up day.
particular high school commencement play is that the center of most of the
As the degree of preparation you Reasonable Prices. THAT'S US
therein: will be with the of Florda
stirring scenes depicted staged University will deter-
make for the Conference
&s the background. GAINESVILLE AUTO SUPPLY CO.W. .
mine greatly your enjoyment we quote
h It is alleged, that to provide human interest a homely bit of romance from "The Technique": H. Martin Mgr. GainesvSie, I
will wind itself thru the entire plot of the drama, with the main characters
"Note the following items: base-
pledging their troth as the final curtain drops-one planning on taking
ball uniform, mit or glove, tennis rac LOAN AT A
Gainesville storm the other to Tallahassee both ,
I by planning conquer plan- quet, trousers and shoes, basketballsuit I
ning, after the experience and development of college years has been I
hiking shoes and clothes, sweater RELIABLE PAWN SHOP
l gained, to battle the world together hand in hand, as the story book would
raincoat kodak of
your plenty
say. films, all the college pennants and 102 West Main Street N.
No doubt will mark this action the of Duval County HighS
you on part
banners you have, your college annual A Full Line of Musical InstrumentsMILLER'S
hool as an unusual display of sentiment. It is not. No student with a I
and catalogue a good note-book, fountain -
vision capable of seeing the rosy future of our University is devoid: of senti-
pen and a determination to get -
ment.: This bit of sentiment on part of Duval students: is merely the
everything there is at the conferencefor
harvest from the seeds which are scattered by the Duval County Club "
boosting the University whenever members of that wideawake organizationare
Florida is well represented at the
in Duval county among future University pupils.
Conference this year and Florida is
Their efforts have not been confined to Duval county alone, but Duval'
going to do herself justice at Blue
t county is their very own and there, their chief interest lies. Other city and Ridge.

f ccunty organizations might take notes from the Duval bunch, the hundredsof
Kent, Bache, DeSilva, Keene, Wil-
high school graduates in this state who are planning to cross college
son, and Bushnell have already ar-
thresholds next fall will make a fertile field for some one. Open your
Several other haveas
ranged to go. men
eyes, fellov s, talk it up and instil into the young folks in your county, the yet not decided whether to go or
same spirit: which permeates thru the Duval bunch. Agent For
i rot but probably at least two or three
This action on part of the graduating class of Duval County HighS

hcol comes as a gratifying bit of homage, as a signal honor to the more at will the boost Conference.The Florida's. representation J// jl'lla/o/j/ and /tltJJla'JlJ 7 zndeClo2fl J

University student body; especially is this true as regards the Duval County Alligator wishes Florida's rep-
Club, to them it is a, just reward for years spent in an effort to educate
resentatives a glorious time and know {; ff Jtaxat
high school pupils: of that section to a point where they will wake up and flJofl .
that they are capable of showing the
realize that Florida schools are the proper training places for Florida's
Conference Florida's
best. Of Jacksonville.DR. .
action displays the proper spirit and attitude on part of Duval

County High School. They are to be complimented on the fact that they

are the pacemakers in a race which will result--let us hope-in every countyin WAITERS HOLD I

the state choosing the University of Florida and the Florida State College .

I', for Women as stages, not only for their commencement plays, but as the

stage for the commencement of their stern preparation in the greatest of I GORDON B. TISON -

I till dramas-the absorbing: drama of life.AL'VAYS LAST MEETING I I DENTIST JBciua! Barb j$hop

TIME ( East of Palm Parlor)

Phone 243 Gainesville Special Rates to Students
Cohort of the Damned, Alias Hash-
Some time ago on this campus a first year man;, after having received Slingers Union Declares Dividends Law Exchange Florida Satisfaction Guaranteed.
reports on his semester's work, and finding that he had flunked out in a large
part of it, remarked with bitterness in his tone, "I just wish I had the past e

school year to live over again, I would buckle down and burn the midnight oil The Board of Directors of the Co- They PACKARDS!
more than I have in the past". hort of the Damned, Inc., held a meet- J C are

It is possible that this remark falling from the lips of this disheartened ing Monday and went on record as AdkinsAttorney Those

seeker after knowledge, echoed the general sentiment among students on being in favor of doubling the present snappy

\ the campus. We trust and hope that such is not the case. The percentageof amout of stock. It was suggestedand and Counsellor at Law Brown Calfskin. Built :

mortality here has never been in the majority, we have no reason to unanimously approved that Mess Gainesville, Florida

believe it is now, or will be in the future. However this has been an, Hall (preferred) be irrigated with ice on the Officers Last.

unusual school year the conditions: have been unique and unreal, the unex- tea. A dividend of 49% was declared; .-

pected, therefore may have happened. whereupon all holders of Mess Hall Price $8.95Sold by

Should you peradventure be one of those unfortunates who find solace (common) vowed a mighty vow that t: '1 tSI33i4 11. i ctlni1iorng

only in the thought of what might have been, do not give up the sponge. they would indulge in one of Aleck's

Redoubled efforts in the future will no doubt keep the flag nailed to the dopes. Various topics of vital interestwere al 'stnAtiit L. C. SMITH

mast and enable you to realize your most secret ambitions. discussed after which a social

J Optimism will turn the trick. Follow Mr. Elliot's advice during the half hour was enjoyed by all. The ? b311lxDlrl3 tio North Side of Square.

coming vacation months, "Fifteen Minutes a Day Will Make an Educated Cohort was thrown into raptures by

Man", then return next session with a heart resolute for every task, but the inimitable manner in which Mr. 1

determined not to allow any outside interests to detract too largely from Watkins rendered, "Mary had a Lit- Dr.TenchDen.1is"t

your real purpose here. In other words, don't let the side show keep you tle Lamb". Deep pathos and excel- EXPERT AUTO

away from the big: top. lent food for thought was introducedinto

Speaking of optimism calls to mind the account of an incident happening the meeting when Messrs. Tick- : ; REPAIRINGGUARANTEED

overseas which recently appeared in one of the larger city papers: nor and Catlow presented "Ten Daysin Office Graham Bldg. :

Mess\ Hall", in thirteen acts. Whento Gainesville, Fla. Pbone 258J
I "It was American optimism that won the fight at Chateau- such a tragic subject were added ]
Thierry. The sort of optimism that refuses to overlook a chance to the labors, the artistic
talents and
I see the bright side of trouble. The kind that gets a grin out of pain the Albert Smith 1
and a smile out of sorrow, despite the best efforts of these lugubrious experience of these two bril- J.O'RIELLYARCHITECT
enemies of mankind. The kind demonstrated by one of the liant yourT gentlemen, the effect upon 303 E. Main St. S. '
heroes of one of the most notable struggles of the war, who came such an appreciative audience could
to his senses many hours later in the base hospital. only have been of the deepest solemn- Opposite Fire Station
"What happened he queried weakly. Miami
ity. The hearts of Gainesville
"My boy, you have had a wonderful escape", explained the doc- the hearers, already -
tor. "A piece of shrapnel took away part of the bone of your skull mellowed by the previous numbers Florida
and left the brain: exposed. We didn't think you could live at all, at melted in tears when Mr. Hub- B. Lll.ENBLUMBICYCLES
first, and it is just a little questionable yet, but I believe you will get bard gave an ode to "A Decrepit Egg".
along all right: ,
There was a pause, and then the hero spoke again. "Doctor, did Business was resumed for a few 1Yoii ia Cannon
you really see my brain?" minutes when Mr. Kent moved that o.
"Yes indeed. It was exposed for fully two inches." the cooks ba admitted to membership
"Well say would you mind writing that on a piece of paper? in the Cohort. Motion seconded by
There are a lot of people in home town who
my always said I never Mr. Johnsen. After
an exciting de-
had any brains. ; Suite 15-
The doctor did. I bate, however, the motion was tabled.

All then stood and sang "Hail, Hail, Graham Building
It will be well to take the poignant sermon taught in the above to the Bull is Here", thus ending businessfor LAUNDRYWe

heart, bearing in mind that, "A man may be down, but he is never out". this term.Eighteen ALL KINDS OF do first classCleaning
There is always; a chance to"do better next time.

__________ u __ __===== INSURANCEAND
students who attended the Dry
W. C. T. U. Social. Pretty Girls. Mr. J. D. Rosenthal of Tampa BONDS
was Baraca Social last Thursday night told
Eats. Friday Night. So ran the advertisement on the campus last week visiting old I
Friday morning of the grand suc- "We write it right. at reasonable pricesDO
Several students
forgot and
scenes comrades.
I He' promised cess of the chicken pillau given by
their Alcoholic Blues and journeyed Florida a football man next year, by the Philathea girls.It ,.
down to the social. Report. A good the name of Rosenthal.

time.Well Hurrah for Pat Gillen, B.S.A., with argues ill for the Rats next year
I wonder who the roughnecksare his medal of service in time of war. according to Bushnell who had chargeof The Florida National Bank J

now? Ask D section Thomas. A boy scout for every soldier at the' the armory when bayonet belts -

7 Feathers or snow, which? front to serve at home. 'I were returned. Tile New Million Dollar BaNk" Resource Over $2,000.00ig -


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., Otto P. Stock I
than once it has been pointed out in the columns of The Alligatorand SHOES !
elsewhere, that the student, more than any other class or group of personsis .
Tailor the natural arbiter and guiding star in the formation of the nation's
I Ij j and state's policies. Especially is this true during a period of industrial H B. M. Tench H ;
revolution! and reconstruction such as will follow in the wake of the World's ;
j! 1919 Spring & Summer Samples on display Greatest War, just ended. i I
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HIE 5 CHEVROLETMOTOR SMOKER 2024 Laura St., May 9, 1919. ,
t from one) Florida
Professor Grimm, Director Athletics, (Continued page
Live Society Enjoys Social Events University of Florida, The courses offered in the Univer-
CARS Gainesville, Florida. sity during the summer are on a par
: The regular meeting of the Cosmo- Dear Sir: r with those taught during the winter State Collegefor \-
INTEQNATIONALI politan Club on May 7 was held in The Faculty and Students are proudof I and the professors are of the same :
the form of a smoker and mixer. this trophy and are very much high calibre.
This event closed the highly successful gratified to Knight and Wall who gave For the student who intends to take Women
I year in which the Club has had this cup and to the University of four years of college work, the sum-
PARTS & SERVICE its beginning. A short business Florida who presented it. No other mer school has something to offer
meeting was held first in which the event during the year looms up as that will aid him in securing the most TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA
I LAUTZ AND HELVEXSTONVO : following officers were elected for large to the Student Body as the an- out of his course and at the same ,
next year: President, Jose de Sam- nual trip to Gainesville and all of the time annex a few extra credit hoursto .
paio; vice president, Julio Vigil; sec- men, both on the team and accom- his credit. Everyone recognizes the ;
YLE BROS.FLASH retary, Catlow; treasurer, Carvalho; panying it, are grateful for the kind- advantage which a student possessingthe ,-'
sergeant at arms, Duke Williams. ness and hospitality shown them while ability to take shorthand and type-
LIGHTS This was followed by a highly suc- there. write has over the average student. One of the Strongest and_ : ::

f ELECTRIC SUPPLIES cessful and very much enjoyed smoker We expect to be represented again The Summer School holds classes in Best Women's Colleges in j
& and mixer. President Veloso intro- next year with just as formidableteam Typewriting and Shorthand under
I STORAGE BATTERIES duced Mr. Sampaio, the president for as the past two years and we Professor Tyler. Other courses in the Country }

I next year, who stated the aims of are looking forward to the Sixth An- Commerce are offered, that any Uni- /f'
i the Society, what he hoped to accomplish nual Meet to be the largest and best versity students desire to take and
I next year and expressed held yet.Again. would take if offered in the winter ,
UNCLE MOSES himself as only hoping to do as wellas thanking you in behalf of months. Among these subjects are 1. College of Arts and Sciences f
had Veloso during this semester. the Track Team and student body for Bookkeeping, Commercial Law, Commercial 2. Normal School and School -

MONEY TO LOAN After telling briefly of the work and your kindness, I remain, Geography, and Penmanship.For of Education. <;

I Strings and 1\Iusicallnstruments ideals of the Club he introduced the Very truly yours, the student working for a degree 3. School of Home Economics
HUNTER C. BAKER, the Summer School will enable I
members follows
honorary as :
t 110-112 West Union Street 4. School of Music. M
Dean Trusler in opening the Captain, Track 1919.A him, if attended twice, to secure his I .
closed his and degree in three years. The student! 5. School of Art. :, l|
gram serenely eyes
NICK DAMATO gave a talk which was wonderful for SPRING POEM may take three subjects, six recitations 6. School of Expression. _*H

Next McCollum's Drug Store the combined humor and seriousness O spring, spring, wonderful spring, in each per week, or a total of 7. Department of Business. :" ,
to Thou art indeed a marvelous thing! eigateen Hours a week, for which he
which make all his "talks" so enjoy- 8. Extension Division in Home
I Phone 511 able. His entertaining address Gently and subtly you spread your receives four and one-half credit "
out the of fel- charm, hours on his degree. With two sum- \
HIGH GRADETAILORING brought with strongly and joys Nicotine. Soothing me, resting me, wardingoff mer's work he will have a total of 9. Graduate School. \. ::
lowship men Lady .
Dean Trusler followed by Dr. harm. nine credit hours which together witha -
Tuition free in all -
_ Crow who brought out the true mean- When I go for a ride in my motorcar few extra hours received during the courses ex : it
ing of the word "Cosmopolitan" and winter school year will enable him to cept private in l\lusich:'

1; stressed the value of an understanding You smooth out the road and keep secure a degree in three years. Art and Expression.For :!;. .
of the customs and languages of off the jar. In college and graduate work the '
the various nations. You're packed in my armchair, row following courses are given: Agri- ::

r Professor Crandall spoke a few after row. culture, Chemistry, English, French, catalogue and ether information -,

words in which he expressed his sur- You support my seat as aplowingI Geography, History, Economics, write to ,
Latin, Mathematics Public "
prise at the work of the Club and go. Spanish, .
told of the pleasures he had derived And when, tired and worn, to bed I Speaking, Community Hygiene, and I

from its meetings. Doctor Benton, creep, Commerce.Dr. .
who was introduced as "one who Yu're still on the job to put me to G. C. Fisher will conduct a REGISTRARCOLLEGE 'I
thinks much but talks little" stated sleep. -Ex. series .of worth-while illustrated lec- -
that unless he lived up to the second tures on subjects of interest to all

part of the introduction he might be Dams to CheckA students of nature. Dr. C..F. Hodge, WOMENTALLAHASSEE ':7i
found lacking in the first. another noted lecturer will give sev- ,-
In The Good OldDays Of Sum- .Doctor Murphree furnished the cli- minister heard Pat swearing up: eral popular talks.Everything FLA.

mer You Will Find It Worth max by giving one of his unusually on the street, and said to him: "Pat, has been provided to ...t.--.
Your While If You Patronize A frank and serious speeches in whichhe why is it you are so profane?" make it the most enjoyable Summer

Tailor Who Can Fit Ycu Out complimented the Club on its work "Your Reverence", says Pat, "the School in the history of Florida. The f.
and expressed himself as being extremely flow of my language is so rapid that I Y. M. C. A. under Mr. White will
Style. gratified that such an insti- show a number of "movies" along
You will find here as select a rangeof must put in dams once in a while to
tution existed on the campus. educational and "feature" lines. A BURNETT
fabrics and models as you will in the I
The then called various community sing is now recognized as The: CLOTHIERNORTH
best Fashion Centers of Metropolitan on
Prof. Hathaway who closed the meet- aid education I
a great to so an instructress -
lifeAND AT GREATLY LOWER PRI- members of the Club to express them- _
ing with some well chosen words and has been provided to have
selves to their various
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TIEsin addition to a fine array of what they thought the Club should some of his own most; interesting charge of Twilight Sings.

conservative BUSINESS MODELS. stand for. Senor Vigil summed up jokes. The whole affair was delightfully Altogether it will be an enjoyableand

I the work completed in a very enlightening informal and it was with great- helpful Summer School. Every

manner. I I est regrets that the meeting broke. .University student should think seriously I 57

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11 Lnnversity of Florida, Gainesville, t'riday, May 30, 11 sUMMER SCHOOL PROSA NEW ME! PETS BEST EVER RECONSTRUCTION I S The University promises to be the in the h.stor, Teachers, colhe atts alke see so that a large The legisla wtilm the Sta establishment and generally the existing the Teachers Summer School most successful yof FlcridIa this year. ~ge students, and graduthe advantages offered e attendance is assured turo and other people tt have been urging the of two normal schools knocking the work of universities as far as College is concerned. They forget that the Umiversty Sun,mer Sthool has in attendance annually car three hundred teachers from different parts of the State. Moreover the beauty of this system is that the teacher not only goes to school dur,mg~ the summer and wastes none of the time spent in teaching but secure,, all the advantages which an estabished university necessanly has over the average normal school And the tendency for the teacher to become too stric t and exact with her pupils is overcome by sitting once more as a pupri at school and receiving anew the pup.l's viewpoint. For teachers the University Sumfler School of eight June 16 offers man courses leading to Cc Special Certificates. regular subjects taugi emnatics, English,A Summer School will Florida History, Clvi Study, Primary Work cation and Manual T The instruction is teachers thruout the grct~t influence in ral of teachers in Florida The Unversity st have thought serious 'ersit', Sunmmer Sch weeks, star y advantage nunty, State Outside of t such asM ~griculture, hold classe ic Biology, c, Physical raining. a boon to State and sing tfl udent ;ly of ool for e quality may not the Un.himself. Ho',eseCr it is well worth his time to met.4 ate the matter and question hi'splf as to whether he should come 'r niot. '.i'ns of the leading colleges in the Nouzh are now on a school basis of four quarters a year of txwelye weeks each. They have found it far better for the student to go to college in the >Umn-ir thao secure a job outside or Noat during the vacation. The break In their work after a school year diestroxel much of the work done in the wint r and the quality of work was consctiuently much lower than aftir they adopted the four-quarter ,ear The summer quarter is always equally if not better attended than Summer Cause Man the rest of the school Take the example sity of Chicago Sin mient of that univer V ear. of the ce sity he it Uiv flereSta has hi on the four-quarter year plan. only has it become one of the lea universities of the country under plan, but ev erx year the summer ter has a larger attendance than rest of the year. Students froni nois and other states have seen advantage of an unbroken school for educational purposes. Does show that the slack-er when school thruout vacation every Here in vied so t. school you vacation. Flor hat stil The umvi ersi ty student lishbeen Not dimg t h s uarthe 'lihthe cear this is a it comes to going to the year or wishing a eight or nine months? ida the summer is di1 you attend summer b ase eight weeks of summer school starts two weeks after the University session closes and concludes six weeks before the fall term begins. One may say that it is pleasant to attend school in the North during the sumfler but the truth of the matter is that it averages several degrees hotter in Chicago during the summer than in Florida. There is always a breeze and the nights are tively cool in Fbi ida. Everyone in Florida is i: co-educational uni' ersitiesa called ha separate mug. stat' nmen said ardi' men sex ckward institut Florida is es having sop and women before xdi ?In the s attend the as soon as. hies itself b: sUhool. Why The Unmvers coeducational. coinparan favor nrd we because of our t ions of higher lea one of the very I arate universities As the Alligator have we two sta umier men and En fall ack V of are ~wo rnfor hias n d.v versity together approaches each to its respective is it? ity Summer Sc Mfore and more students attend the Sun each year anti more an truth is brouht home t< of Florida-that the State should be coeducational. The students here are of coeducation. therefor reason they do not attend School in larger numbers think perhaps performed di the subjects the work do course the si but they can andi have eji hool is colleg imer Schoo d more tht othe people universities all e th is Inm the e Su that that the quality of urmng the summer )ffered do not rank ne in the winter uide ,till ,ht nts wish go to sum weeks in favor mmfler they wVork with a sacatiOni mer school which to enjoy themselves. (Continued on page six) f I:tl -TU E T t on tho no, hboiI~ooi fro>, de't rue Xn Open Letter to the College Men the South from the University tonmbon 01n southern Race Q"uesti"ns of The w orh-na de reconstruction that a following i the wake of the war will netes sa ril affect the Soth min a peculiar way. Nearly 300.000 Negroes hav e been called imto the military 5cr vice of the country; many thousands more have beer, drawn from peaceful pursuits mnto industries born of the w ar; andi seu ra! howldred thousand have shifted fin the South to the industrial districts of the North. The (leemobilizat-on of the army and the transticn of aid ustry frini a wi r to a peace ba is are ti pa:.nn many pitbe ms which can be -oh ei only by the efforts of both raem. The Negro in :vldaptong himself to the new contir ions, s houldi ha e the w ise sympyathy jtrid gentrtou, tOOptidtiOni of his white igbors It is to the interest of these as xweli as of the Negro hinwelf, that readjustment sheultI proceed n th the least p usibL~e d fult y and 4elay We belhne that this readjunment miay be effect iely aided by a more general appreciatcan of the Negro's Value as a rmtnber of the tciimumitv. Lack of synmpathiy andi undlerstandmnt, between tw;o trtaips of people freniently C:IU.C. rne gi oup to regard the shortctmines of a few individuals of the other as characteristic of all that group Th's a natural ten.lency, but it .s neither rational nor just, and it has pro' ed, we bel e'e, one of the great ob-stat es to the dievelopment of more -at:sfactory racial relation; in this country The Negroes' contribution to the welfare of the nation has ne'er been \ore (lea rl, mntlat ed than by services during the Great War W~ the tall to arni, was sounded otr ettd himi to do hisd and he did not fail. Large numbe bida k mn in the Pelts of Imade thu supreme sac riflce for -ause of world democracy. In .var senr svs -he N egroes lidt full share Mlany thousands were Auld, U 919 No. 19 JALS AWARDED TO EST DRILLED CADETS Keene. Gordon. and Wells Win Military Hlonore Th cnts for''''' the edal by the officers of Company A men in that company nxakngt ,howmg in military work cuim last Wedniesdlay at the n ual parade, with the announceEe Cadets Auldi. Keen, and Gorn been aw arded tge first, seco third places respectively. The winners were decorated Walker w th the medals a"wa the company officers. Treb then passed in review before t. cadets. As each company s; .t rendered the silent tribute o he mr ~nt don nid. t best ate I re t thu, had andi by fYI rdlel bs attalhon he three wept by if "E'es Right' to the prowess of their comrades in arms. SIn presentimg the medals (olonel ,Walker addressed the honored men as follows: 1 "MIr. Auld, Mr. Keen, andl Mr. Gor-' Ion, under the conditions imposed for this contest the awards xwere to be based upon neatne,,, nulitary app~earance and class work, as well as for excellence at dtrill. The fact that 'mu base won these medals shows that ,ou haxe been un.formlv consitnt in putting forth your best efforts. Such efforts are alvax> commiendalle, but ;>articularly so at a time whben avIizration ijeeds the most that one can giv e "Let me suggest that you contmnue to keep yourselves in touch with this lhne at 'i N our and ,ervn *1 the his gives Vhen behal his pany luty, C ad rs of with anrc adjud thu batta ther haill their class 'omWere aOIONed in the buiding of ships, the itanufat ture of munitions, the con-tiucticrn of cantunmnents, and in the production of coal, iron, cotton andi food stutiK x; without xwh ich victory would have been imipossble. The Negroe' junl cises of Liberty Bond.nI ar Sa nngs Stamps and thuir -ont ribut ions to the Red Cross, the nited War Work Fund, and other sim Par 8<'nc is are n themselves a splendid record of which the itnd their white frittids may proud. Ne roes be Justly It mat also he appropriate in this totietiori to rt al that thruout th never 'uspectedJ of espionage or of yR pathby withi thie enemy, anti that he has heen u holi mnliferent to those iovemien's fosterel lx radical aliens that aim at the destruction of the American; form uf Lu emnment. This cr00d rucs rd of the w };ule race deserie, ,ucli pul uity as will offset the cornmon tendueni y to judge it by the shortif work sutfitently to be useful ice, should your country nieed -,ervices. The world s in turmoil no man can say how soon such es may be needed. congratulate each of you upon success of your effort, antI ft me sincere pleasure to now on fof the members of your comnpresent your respective medals' let WV. G Wells was presented a fli-e dollar gold piece as being god the best dried man in the lion last Thursday night in mess The grades, as based upon drill. work, and general appearance announced by the committee of Jud Iges (tidets: Iianms tO 'T; Farlry, as follows for the first Wells, W. G ':23'<; L D., 91; Bryce, J Yeats, 90''; Scott. I. W, 39,;Keene, W. D., T <, seven W' of both races, to emphasize the best. rather than the worst features of interraciat relations, to secure greater jublicity for those w hose views are based on reason rather than prejudice --these, wec believe, are essential parts of the Reconstruction prugranmme by which it as hoped to bring into the world a new era of peace and denmocrat v Breause college men are righitly esptited to be nmouliurs of opinion,' the Commission earnestly appeals to them to contribute of their talents and tintrg\ n bringin this programme to its consummation. James J. Doster, professor of education. University of Alabama. l1av Id Y. Thomas, professor of po. litital science and history, University DUVAL SENIORS .COMPLIMENT FLORIDA (lass Pla' Scenrs laid atn Ener iy One if flu timtt compa flye 1ve .Aht woe wh nt it wa arm.ouurd that S~ fier 'kof the hiutal Ugh School would crge a pls', thu set 't ndsettinz of tuit K d ver hert at Flerda. Tts pilts .leI the "Tuuchdowtn". wdl he s{ut r, n-. of the luoruulr that rs if Jatkutllte, Friday night, June *tb It w" -ated to cone ott some utimc "cu, but im d ew of the fact that the nTit tf the fluxaH alummin n Fiorda w till] rit *w able to ottendl, the Sen or,hoe furter f4'ur ky Imstrownsn tie piay unti! thu Flurbd zalum i ubi be the-re In person tin! i a s)rit, I gioup A; the nla'i nil catis. the platx w he of a hilegiate fotrI t struggle, stance at l'rmta Flir. fa en gnd Florida xvlls will lw f aturtd in tht muscla p rog ram. Tba -.a ftr as PtihlYe wil b! evutx is thiost Onl the athlt tie1' l A little touch of romance w si -erve to put spice imto the idlmt, in the endeavor to actually picture ci cry phase of college life. The play wvii undoubteuiv [w one of the he-.t e r g'en Sn er lU@ 5thfl to the have rehearsed it for now, and al-i to the iii ledi school spmrt shown uating cla~s This class Zak en an Csc al I!nt cre fers ity lurin the past fadt that thm'y several week; mii& t ti'iqual.Ihs the ralS Cemis to ha'e in the I'mfore, culmimating in the high comtpliim mnt herehy paid to old Florid, .In order in some merger waM tb Thu w appreciation fur t hi tribute from Puuli, the Jackwmni lk Club of the tUmiersity' will aitttid the plav n mass, anti occupy box seats. The twenty-sesvn active memb.,m and al the Fhril-lDusal alummi will group m i the lcwnstaire boxe-. first, and Pat. if there is not ample 4':e, tr*y itil occupy t he upIper Ibox Ac r i these reser' -d seats r tjiinr of blue andi whI-e t\wo fimense barmers of the nitorst ti elrs will oin i the outer its o th bxes. It hoped that alumni all all Git mert Wvonnev te m i notice of this corn ready to alitar on Ith, "t i bells on"' arrangcm nitit with the high .huol,w tributmng her ttdlntt the plhy, or with s' in Gain-s~ lit, fur night. A grand r-i dents is arienty -mlb 1, C as GATOn thle Floritla-1)ural or' whd w re furany wfly, will takse ing esetnt, an] be the nught of June lie surt to make IV ,haw on, at his kir'Ilh vonim the lruttnr of ''mI of the fellow a btn -tat that umion uf aill Ius al aritc~;ated There a iilMphay of tn' iii spirit Has never been remn before B TF TO HA YE S UPPER ss Department Entertatns Retiring staff The retrr: .rtaft of e Glotur be regalti tomorrow night hx a uAl 'upAdvantages of Co-Ed. Term Will To R emain. SUMMER SESSION OPENS JUNE 16 ting' eous and the ath3ird diiE the is a | i I


1~ 9 Cl I., eL rV ' 5) C 1 2 I fI In ~ V EL t)I~ hIoTEL SEMIIN )I]4 Medern,Fircproof -200 room; I A Headquarters for students of GE the University of Florida and E their friends. ra s -SI.5 ni enr dix I tir in i in Ia I H A 1 .JLPt)N1 iPrcs. ---IL f d Ti 'It P Iu -( tLm t V II f .s tu I Ili r Sr th ril> I tr I' dt tiLatLL Ni I. ht It, I iith -t Ph ii 'te -th It -P. t'El S 1 V t '1 t ri 1. bt Ii *. *n r LI t t t i 1 U1a ~ I ,u V.ilva Urti U! I -rt.nin. u. ot uI 1h5 bit s.fromt tht. t-UII~k:Ih Jet n amy a, I> '.ra, huat. t 4 I A ti \t' 1i It u t' 02 'I. h a -e hupi~ -,. ua Iuluus. taflk .t upm p e ta rtt: ub, .thanm it a a U> th pL CLn>. ffi 1 S.LLL'W llv\ t~t, r Fi :tcemaktr., .n a c. eii I t' e ,Utct !ohaser y, :hr Lii.,u a \ t-iln :I. -tatsIX: oiis t pArt of it -IrI i :.i. prt< f Yu sa a iber of thnt rtuelto 1aj' II. r t II.f : nt i toesu :e lun al l-ar if or'.e e *t i : n t Sa po it .Fh.e ,)I0Itpr tia Li 1p*1 '.' to be, h wIll: It. s I 4 fir tfltni :>C e a ti .ran:as--tzie jLbi nime tn' atzo ipit m th att 1 I t i,,st 21 I); lin Il, Ie.u o il Pr li,-e o i 4 anI h4ns m,' the pe-, A ,,.* af.1 .1 u' t t* I dI .2 IL'n I I tbrn drnin t f life n Li .1.221 4-, .rtyero .1145, in hi., I, remiiK, fal 'mns th t t n *e 0 i Irt ., "ttt St>'I -III U '.Pr ':i It Ui a ,Pbt 'riit t. K.bIA: I~r ulais m IuI uf I A a uTi2 ral onr U t~lhi'u l II1 ike .'f',r 1 II padE -.I, 'I IIs -I i their flUX i>te II t\ Iu I i y e 't IVu HI tt of h t-I'C. Juvte 1. Li ulli A f U t -, 'bI t u: i 0to nulic up the (if > ctr >1! 'Ut flJ;P .1 nt V e P. fl I u r, lIsl 1 d. m t Vt;Lt t-I I I IP. Iu a Lyle \. I t PIL .t ti 'fT .\l< Li r!itt.t THE GRIG a C Cigar dl tIii-\!qd .\, BG trhar ( ier ti d lit' p to date Auto AC a you\rF &asui l. 'ri. H GAINESVILLE AUTO qu te 'X Hi M.ariiir,\zr. n-i ~ N I 101 ', at the i-mif cI Itp Te tnt.l ait H] cu aIr, Flui d ii'If usitie ut H' -It I' Bother mu''at L ub4Iithei, to p'o I' t r11, P hAt p f -hou Ll} tie t >t ti If ude Ua -'ot f, I p 4, ,ir LI the .I I l :i-i p p, I'rIu(Ln IT i't e h a 'u "'i ju'st u I it n; tia ft mi tb' I SI the ,.tv'eril I-,w Ii'. P. ieh.1, 'rfi II. d u pri. -i'l if til utht '.f iu t~ii tri a 'L > I r 0 i' It .'tuL 'o nix. Lut I it he hetV ii lil mUIAIIit',. 11w unit. ti s-Ii p Fat i'a I ure '! 1i S ul met a s I-Jo .2 .t'i'u S w'A P t r ee1i to au,' frun tb P ,y i-e rnsid I.nh ii (entlv a!s.i q' s AS Ame-Iilcan I, -min II u' t Vs Mr fEii I L Ia eait i sLIU < tO IL).itt h Nfat t 4t hii. -. bUt AS tho the ci s.t1 t of I ( Ut ''I h I r i>> p It this Ji-', +rtat nhsrt if hinlgerl TV F.,, t .12 I t In II-'le-' we? I'a'. nlO it 'or t}'.s lit b> In u ri-il, ri> PI An ti. *h ,P. -'n. 'iia u Fou U> t rind 'J 1 '.I itli I' It' t 1 it.a Urn. of n et of & Lar (i LL TI l tU t u>11 ti 'Ii tit t ui e I t ,It' 2 1 4 I 'I-I L if .1 ''4 1 4.t f. I'iitrI' Of i', ll d K It A U it A A u U'I i Of f -'. 'of s n' ii U i e w I th (oLIme I o -I -\etn or Hi //vr'~~-,3 -Etf L f njl -I LII ~L J 'L.L-,U<'c t,' thit ale tei u'itI) nsd a I e P)' tI -, if .'' rittue1 I)ll *\ 1-:'t &"r4. ic\r.-. -~e 4 r < a "fen "1, I u ~~u -.1 w si, zlIg~oL S., D r.Tencl-i fleenist RLQ5IflIm nolnv /t 9' '/ .1/i ,,,/ -k 'It Special Rates to Students Satisfaction GuaraistetJ ] ThyaCCIAkAK N (intl SW tj jil N, EXPER T A UJO GUARANTEED BLUER UtEh U titn n th Iu t1L~t .u,5.41r haL t it LI. u li n e b of 1 e 60:-.1. t 'l u G n F e totu i F t is.rt ese bere. In our uere, don't let th sde n


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Wx'i'son Service Ladies Ready Wear, Dry Goods,Notions, Curtains and Curtain Materials, Windowahades. Gainesville INTE NATIO NIL TRUCKS PARTS & SERVICE -E LAxUTz AND [)IiELVIAS[ON F LAd! LIGI TS ELr' TRWc SUPPLIES STORAGE BATTERIES M ON EY TO LOAN Strinlgs and Musical Instruments lid-ill WVe-t Uijion Street NICK DAMATO Next to MieColium's Drug Store Phone -511 HIGHGRADE TAILORING In T[he Good OldDays Of Summer You W\ill Find It Worth Your \\ hue if You Pritroniw~ .\ Tailor Who Can Fit You Out You wii find here as select a range of fabtics Lifd modeA as you will Il tie be-,t L.-iiOn Cetitrs Of NletrOpdlit4 n life AND ATCGHEATLY LO\\ Elt PRI-1. CES ,ALL 'I HE LATEST NUVEL TIES-in addition to a fiim array of eonservativoeBUSINESS MOI)ELS + *kt+t rl.tfl 13 fiid send it to PEPPER. C OsAIOi'(lITAN ( LI II H1 SMOKER LIhe Seciety Enjin, Social The recru, r micetmrA 1 the Plitan 'ub on May Li's the formii of a -ioker and> This eent v osti the hitls h ful year inm ,ih the (tub Is beginni A -Bert it tn wnhA-i fit in follod4irg oiff rs y re ee next xear: I're'fett Jose Iutro; s:et Tpresident. Jnfo \i rotary. (athw ; trea 01cr. < a~gitat 4!m Dlfuke This was fo.Ioo cii IA wsfui and ser' fl.h it and nr xer I'res jell: luead 3Mr SLImpTaID, the next year, V lie statti th> Sent. 1, whait he ctinplish next 'ear a hum-elf acany hupg imad Veloso dur::igt After tefirng briefly of ple.aIs of the Club he : honorary members as De::n Tru-i r in opel :-ram g renes!y closed ga' C a talk which Florida LJLDS Events hell m sU re-hih thEit 1(1 for lde SaiAu: *ear' hi, XVII am, a highly sue_ii i-ent fur 91 a-ms of t d! to Uelthe V ilk air' mt, o'Im i tie oll0Vw-: nm 'I the prois ey e, and "-as wvon lerful for the t tJl'lmedi jumnot anC siou~n-'fQ which make aill h-s "talk<" so enjoy able. Hus entertainin adlreiroug~ht cut stronrghyhe jox of fellow ship w :h mien and Lady Nicotme Dean Tm-Ir was folloed b r (row who brought out the truw mer_ 'Ig of the word osmopoltitn" an.-I strest I the sa uw of an under'tind_ins of the custom, and lanigua2 c of the x arbous nations. Professor Crandall spoke a few w urds in witch he expre-ed Ih sir_lirse at the w ork of the (JUI, and tol of the ;:casures ha had tier>, I fr; m its meetmrgs Doctor IXnrton, hIo was introdluced as "one wo riks rmuchi but talks little'' >tatd I that unl,,s he lived up to the t un., 'art of the lntrcodu tion he night bUt found lackmng m the first. Doe tor M1uryphi re furnished the i mlax liy gi'mH one of hig unn-uallv frank trll setit us sp'eecho-. .n w hi h IC comjbtiintel the ( ubi oin t, vovk ndexpreswed tiim-cif is hemvt c.I Iemely crat tied that -uch an ,mst,tutioli cXnted on thle ctampu-. 'JTll pu sitleit thent calittd on tariounienberof the Club to expr es t :emsihs a-. to their varitum CVxperiC le, andi what they thought the Club -boul I --tand tor Sent,' Vigdl -flilet Up bhe work completed in a XeCy Onirlbtenirgmnnr The smoker then turned mio a generaB mixer during xhic h a eam and! cake supplanted the cigars and furlil-led thtte who did not smoke Somictilig to put ba k the joy into life President Xeloi-o then imtrodutcel 6 ITHE BIG STOP F' 'cl Sl ES Invites the boys to come around often Silk Four-in-Hand Ties----------------2 Latest Fall Hats--------------l5 S 100 dozen Shirts ------------5, 31.U'), 1.25 din Underwear, I iosiery anti H andkerchiefs. Shoes-lthe h in W.N.WILSON, Owner F~a 2024 Laura St ,May U, 191W. Profes sir GArm rDirector At hiet is, University of L'lormda, Gia:nesnll, Florida. 'Dear Sir: tne Jaruty anti Student; are proud of thL s t roplhy an. I are very nmucil sratdial to Kmzhbt ani1 Wal who gave this sup and to the Linn'ersity of .Fbi -a "ho prescrted it, No otihet' ie ent duin ,rl te year looms up as a rge to t he St ut Lnt Hod y as the an -LIAI trip t im -n ie and all of the men, both on the tham :ind, aecomnpaim a it, are grateful for the .and ho taat; sit An them 'whide a~e We expt t to be rtprtsetedI agamn ,&xt year 'vi h juut as fornulable team as thc paat two xiars andi we are lookorg forw4iri tu the Sixth Ana M 'ei to he the largest and best held bet. .Aan ztiansu v-ou im behalf of, the Track Ttaml atiic 5uent body for our K ai, ne-s ,I rt' e, l Very truly yours JR NTECP C. BAKER, C aj tam Track 1U 19., A S!'RING; POEM 0,SPim11, sprimat. vondicrful spring. 'thou art Inieni a mrar'eous thing' Gently and' -ubtly x ou spread your clTimI, Sootng mne, restmw nse, warding, o""f han \\}hen I go for a ummnlr Secoi N 1 0 It t f Florida Lor Cde Women TALLAHASSEE. PLORIOA One of the Str Best Women's the Coun I onsle. SUMMER TEAM BEGINS Cuntir ued from page one The conu ses offered in the Unixeci,ity ducirg th0 sunflel are on 8 Dir th tho-C taUgh lt duIiim tic wint mithe jiroft sor; are of the ~ame high calibre. For the student xwho intend, to take four ',ara of college work, the suixmn ,thlol lhi> somlethile to offer ihat xuil aid lim in sa urmng the nmst oat of lip cajur anJ at tie .aime IIC annex a 1ev txura tredi' tiuI to hia tiretlt Exerxone recugiiims t! 0 'his atatge wic.h a -tudtnt lort -'ii the aiuihtx to take shorthand and! tvjpewi te hI ovel the a' ertife -u ZU It. Thke Suimmer A Pool Ihu' vlsts a TN pekwrlinm' aind Shorthandl under Viuftxoi Tx Li .(Jt'lr t LUrUetio Uflaulee are aft rud, thut ai .' <'crsity students .ele' e to take :UI would take if offered In the w mtt months. AmLWng the-i ,t a ttc (1 Bookkttping, 4'mmic,l 41 II C Ol mflltl GAeOgrahYv, and ivnmianship For the student working for gree the Summ r Schuui X iii ciab i hun, if attended tw ice, to -tvUIe 11 dg rec in t hrcc ears The : u ic,' mlay take tilrtc subject e. ret alions mi each per week, or a total 0f sct-i Io 4 utO, 101 n A Ii ie vene four and one-half ieht IluVs Onl bia deL. te With tw o sun nseis nok he w.ll hax e a totl oft a tcw tet1a roul. retrined ul1.< te wIlter s(ihOol ;cdt will enable im to: *(UuIQ LI IeeH. ii i te yxvr, In college and graduate woik the! followmirg toUt ses are given: Atriiuwie, C hcrnistrx, EnvIbsh, I wen Utov' tphl. IHitcry, Ecnm Sl .atiinesi1cSpa)Lniah, LubL I Speain;. ( UoniniUmity i Yitflt, d -ies jf wcrt',wilt.' another note'! letuar>~ wiil jzne C 5s. erail popular' talk I EPery thm, ha boon promelii to niake it the most c'ljoyabhle Sunmr, SCHOOl Im tile hi-tory of F!,, Ia Tb Y. .3l C. A under 1MIr WXI to wili' show a nuntr of "mho' It'" Jlunt (ldUcatiOnl~ trnd featuree' lne, A a tgrett aid to e'iu ation. 'o a m i-. -t U tre; li8 iht &f Tpru\ :ded to ha>e &11argc of Twii ibgt Sinvs. ongest and Colleges in tby I Ctno 'II' "1,1 -' iu Fcr catilhmui arnd ( thm i m-atl(,n \\ rile to P EG ISTA CO L LEG E VO M ELA TALLAHASSEE, FLA BURNETT I'le CLOTHIER NEW YORK R AC KE T FLORSH EIM SHOES .,1,,nF, "\vae (IflI It 4 f n nii1 TKTO n 4 Q-nnn4-n. Via api fl A TTn TflL florida Alll.-aror Quality Company 1. ) of 4. ,. I. 9. Cl0I Fria College of .\rt i NoriniISi hbUkl FE 1tiOfl School (f Ime School Uf \I lSle School of.\rt. School of Exprt IDepa;tment oc i K \ ttfli&f LDi\ 'o (foi CS. Grad uate School. Tuiton fre i II Ce Pt pri xate I cmon, ArtE and Exprcssion. nd .o f a m atan n .I L