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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: August 8, 1919
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
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+I The Florida Alligator







SUMMER SCHOOL EDITION




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i VOL. VIII GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1919 No. 7



W Rosborough, B. C. Shaw. BLEST BE THE TIE THAT BINDS From volley ball and tennis, to some
HONOR ROLL
: Wakulla-Nix. We loved the compass and rules-Miss without a name.

Walton-:Maude: Saunders, L. B. Burney's work shop tools. Chorus .

\, F. D. Miles.'Vashington)1. We late because we knew
were never
ENROLLMENT BY Mr.\ White is fine, yes, Mr. White is
E. Williams, Bun- Extensions would be few.
fine.
L. Home S. G. Robertson Earl
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Schoolour
\Vhenve leave the Summer
(Continued) Rooks. Buchholz is on the ground to chase hearts will surely pine.

Polk-Kathlyn Albritton, Myra Alabama-Mrs. Miriam Honiker, the town boys 'round.He His speech is full of uh-uh's but we
Merritt, Wm. C. Rigby. lectures, threatens, and frightens
him whine.
hear
derman, Margaret J. Bryant, never
Georgia-Edna Bearden, Leo Bear- them so, that they are bound to
Clark, Arta Collins, Ottie Where do we go from here, boys, yes,
Mary Daiger, Mrs. F. M. Celeste Lewis, Wm. A. Bostick, go. Mr.\ White is finehuhhuhhuh.FLY .
L. Goulding, Mrs. R. L. Goulding.
:Mary G. McKay, Hazel R.
Minnesota-H. G. Gillett. SPANISH CAVALIER
Hallie Puterbaugh, Jewell ON THE WALLIf
:\Iississippi-Gertrude: McArthur. "Incident'ly" let me that whenyou're
Mrs. J. O. Robbins, Margaret H. say you ever eat a meal in the Mess\
Pennsylvania S. Oberrender. far
away
bins, Eugene Shumate, Sarah Hall, in the Mess Hall,
South Carolina-Jennie L. Hughes, "Before shuffle off this mortal.
you
t mate, Birdie Simmons, Lucy G. I If you ever eat a jneal in the :Mess:
F. Steedley. coil", dear,
) ley, Mrs. Rosa L. Walker, Mrs. Hall-ye Fates-
Texas-Mrs. Lizzie :Meredith.: You'll be a Democrat like ST. I
Watson, Stella Whidden, I' Be sure you bring your tickets, bring I _
Tennessee-Amy L. Coleman. AMANT\ at that I
Wilder, Willie Williams, Chas. C. I I your tickets, bring your tickets, I II
I Brazil-F. C. Camargo, Jose de, Who can talk of "various and sundry" I
son, Fred M. Ivey, L. W. R. I Be sure you bring your tickets, or
"eternal bow-wows".
John N. Oberhultz, Chas. H. you'll hear from Yates.

Jno. W. Watson, E. B. Wuthrich. Japan-Chin-Wu Wang.Complete. 1 II He's a jolly good fellow (rpt) is Ar-
( .) BOOLA-BOOLA
Putnam-Mrs.\ Jessie A. 0 Miss Kittrell, dear Miss Kittrell, buckle Yates. ;
Nettie Holly, Nellie Vause, I I He gives us our telegrams, express,
f how we love to sing your musics -
Owens, Epbraim D. Conway, COUNTY STUNT SONGS and letters, J
stand up there in chapel wildly -
B. Crosby, Joseph W. Stock.St. t you waving as we sing. I And for ball games and lectures he !

Johns-Maggie\ M. Byrd, I Tune, "Auld Lang Syne" I We believe you're an enchantress; for I gives us the dates. i iI iI

:: F. Church, Fay N. McCullough, 1919 Summer School was opened the motions that you make there I
P. Mueller Erna Weigel, SUPERFLOPTIOUSthat I LITTLE BROWN JUG 1 1I
ma with a rush, Are so wierd and

Humphreys, Fulton B. \ Cox got up to say a word and no mortal can DOPE THEM:\ I 1
Professor Woodward is tall and
so
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St. Lucie Martha I. lires"R. then there was.a hush. OUT.
knows a lot but doesn't know all.
Helen M.\ filler. \ are here for business, you know",
him much.
Professor Hensley helps
Santa Rosa-Myrtle Holland, said Cox in a lively strain, GOOD NIGHT, LADIES
the
They both put on finishing
Johnson. you persist in breaking rules, go 1 I
W. B. Hathaway, Hathaway, Hath- touch.
home on the next train".
Seminole K. .
Margaret Ha-ha-ha-it isn't hard to study Civ- t.
Elizabeth M. Furen, Ruth A. away ics with Woodward.
Chorus W. B. Hathaway, as plain as the faceon i'
H. G. Chaffer, B. F. Whitner, Ha-ha-ha-Hensley too will do his
your nose.
Sumter-Judith Abraham, Cox, Dean Cox, Dean Cox, Dean English Comp he makes so plain, very best for you. \ i

Akins, :Mary: E. Archibald, :Mrs.: Cox, Dean Cox, Dean Cox, Dean makes so plain, makes so plain, 2 1. I

R. Baker, Bessie Beach, Etta M. Cox, English Comp he make so plain, If you wish an A.B. degree, Dr. Anderson f'

shaw, Robena Farster, Lillie :M.: hath a smile, he hath a smile, he but that's not all he knows. you must see. t. '!

sell, Pearl A. Todd, Janie :M.: hath a smile, Dean Cox. 2 With French or Latin every day, dig- \I I

Willie Wynns, Ivey C. Berry, Another Prof. McGhee J. L. (rpt) and ging away, you'll have to stay. j

Berry, :M.: C. Beville, Horace Dr. Cox is very kind, he tries to another Prof. F. Wetzel Summer School, Summer School, who i I ,. I

ant, C. F. Smith, H. L. improve our mind, Concoctors of chemical smell. doesn't like it must be a I

W. Sparkman. scares us through Psychologywith Every time you pass their door (rpt) Summer School, Summer School, who i;:

Suwannee-Ruth Barnes, a big C plus we find. you get a whiff or more. doesn't like it must be a !

- Ivey, :Mrs.: H. G. Metcalfe, Dr. Cox, "Now if you please, 3 d \

:: don't come to my front door, YANKEE DOODLE I :
Mobley, Mary Register, Inez Fattig chases butterflies (rpt) their
Bertha Richardson, Virgie if you want to dance or ride, I colors he adores. Professor Cawthon every year comes t: I

son, Verdie Roberts, Blanche will refuse you sure." We think that he has sweet sixteen 'round to visit High Schools. I : 1
: \ bees never sting me", and When he Intelligence he ;i
moreland, May E. Winfield, \ honey (rpt) entangled in his net. measures our .

Bryson, R. H. Helvenston, I then-"Oh darn it-Ough", says that we are jewels. I

Johns, J. J. Lipsey, H. G. ::\ i a bee came out of his bee hive WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE, Professor Cawthon-Teddy Bear-all :

A. K. Roberts. and kissed him on the brow. BOYS? Trig rules distract us. i I''

By their use he lost his hair, and nowhe's :
could-
Taylor-M. McCaskill.:: One sad day we couldn't play, it
Chorus to extract :
trying ours. + I
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Volusia-Mrs. S. C. Huber, V*. n't have no 2 t !
Dean Cox Dean :Mr.: White soon came along and then ;
M. :McCray: Iwanna McCray, Cox, Dean Cox, Dr. Fulk in his quiet way talks play

Martin, Hilma J. Peterson, Cox, his head was swelled a mile, the work begun. and recreation, J

, Purdy, John H. Haigh, \ Cox, Dean Cox, Dean Cox, Dean Out upon the campus we played every

Hays, N. C. Longee,. John J. :\ Cox, but still he hath a smile. I I kind of game, J (Continued on page ) 1

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The University Summer PLOT' AGAINST THE ALLIGATOR ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE-;
i THE FLORIDA I ALLIGATORSummer
t ; F School is a great institution and FRAZZLES OUT VICTROLAS AND RECORDS

School Edition one fraught with unlimited possibilities -

t for good in the field of Since the plot to stifle the

; : Subscription, 35c for the Term j public education. This year I i voice of this publication was revealed GAINESVILLEFURNITURE

: !j j; more than six hundred young I the chief perpetrators
Published Every Friday
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j have weakened. Many have de.j
t i men and women go out from its: COMPANYD.

f )j Entered as second-class matter -|, portals with increased efficiency -j serted the organization and the

I -1 September 28, 1912, at the i and higher ideals to every!I Ii !,1 one-time famous Water Melon\
'
I'' postoffice at Gainesville, Florida, i 1 nook and corner of this great;' Club has dwindled to a mere, R. COX, Proprietor

under the Act of March\ 3, 1879. handful. Practically all of them I
r :;J i state. Practically the entire

1 11I1 j state will feel the influence of. are preparing to leave while the
R{1. STAFF leavin' is good. The Alligator, f
Peabody College for Teachersin
I d I 'V I. TYLER_..._.Editor and Manager THE PHIFER STATE BANK
which has stood for
the months to come. Dean always pro-
: : E. G. Roo Advertising Manager :
r .-i,. W. C. RIGBY and C. D. JOHNSON i Cox, the modest, unassuming,i gress and right, has been thoroly Strong and Conservative J

J ,'::1'' Circulation Managers though powerful force behind:, vindicated in the estimation of Gainesville -:- -:- Florida*;

,I .if!.ifI it all, is to be congratulated up-: the public. Compliments and

!!i on his excellent management of congratulations which modesty
; SWAN SONG
t ::1 Teachers College, and especially -I! forbids us to publish, are pour-

",I'I' the Summer School. The: ing in from all sources. And '
With this i issue, the Summer Eyes SSfe Glasses!
teachers of the state recognize''' now, gentlemen, this parting Tested W9SK Fitted
>
; School edition of the Alligator
in him a real friend and one whois : word: With all ;your faults, we
'F; comes to a timely end. It has 1
love still.
heart and soul in the work.;: you
:" run its course. How well it Broken Lenses Duplicatedin
t : May\ he live to see the seed he
': has fulfilled its mission is for Our thanks are again due the one hour's timeC.
has sown both flower and fruit,
':::8 others to say. And now, voluntarily -! good people of Gainesville for
and increase hundred fold.
.:, and of its own free will an. the many courtesies shown us I H. COLES & SON J

;, and accord, ceases to spout. THE SONG DESOTO COUNTY during this session of the Sum

.r, Many\ thanks are due to our advertisers DIDN'T SING STUNT NIGHT I, mer School. They have endeared Refracting and Mfg. Opticians!

r .; subscribers and con- Tune, "I'm Going Home" I themselves to us in many;
s' tributors. To these due' and shall be too'''
.- are I've gone to meals from day to day,I ways we only Do Business With
whatever degree of success the I've wondered where the good things I II i glad of an opportunity to recip-,

' ; publication has achieved. And, lay; j rocate should the occasion ever;i iarise" The Florida National BanKj
! I've been on time, I've slipped inj\ I '
::j' now, in parting, permit us; .
i Resources Over Two Million
late
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I l' again, as last year, to proclaimr ,
: I've wept and prayed and met my As we go to press, plans are I Dollars i
r j ourselves at peace with all men. fate. 1
. t I ... 1! well under way for the athletic I
.
l 'M Chorus .
F I tournament which is to be held!
r j A factor which has contributed -! I'm going home, I'm going home,
I'm going home to get some pie; on the campus Thursday eve SHOES THAT WEAR
I in no small measure to the:
j < To get some pie, to get some pie, ning. We are sorry to be unable -
of the Summer School is
I success
)1)1t I've eat corn bread till it seems I'll to report this affair, but
t : the fare at the dining hall. Dissatisfaction -, die. following our established rule CROSSETTS and EDUCATORS

I J : will develop in any! }.
t : ', group of people when the food''''I''I'.t My friends up here look lank and not to report a thing until it actually at

: .t served is unsatisfactory. lean, happens, we shall have to :
They I I'm sure I know just where they've leave it to the first issue of next THE UNITED SHOE STORE
! old saying, "The way to a man'sheart

t ; '- is through his stomach", :My waiter been; knows the fix I'm in, ,year. Next to Busy Bazaar

( i is equally applicable to women. He looks in vain for help within. The Peabody Dramatic Club

': The hall under the able
' mess ,
! gave its fifth annual entertain-
j' direction of Mrs.\ Swanson Chorus
assisted -
f My home is far from old mess hall, ment to a large audience last
by "Happy" Yates and
; Down in the woods and pine trees'' Friday evening. Those in a position -
t. his corps of faithful waiters, has EVERYTHING IN LADIES''VEARING
tall
r '. ; to know, pronounce it the
been efficiently managed and The bugle sounds a lonesome call,
best one of a goodly list of good APPARELat
l' the quality of the food served But fare you well, grits, rolls and all.
I ones. This was given under the
could not be surpassed. N otht' Chorus I
t Farewell, farewell, dear hungry direction of Doctor Chapman,
ing but words of praise have
i I Ir friends, i who knows pretty well how to

been heard of both food and To live or die, it all depends; please an audience. THE BUSY BAZAAR

r j management. Long live the entire For I must find some home made pie, .

: ; force at the Commons. For I've eat corn bread till I think Doctor Bishop's lectures last Next to United Shoe Store

; I'll die. week left a profound impression
J Chorus, softly
; The two young men who on the minds of all who heard
(Signed) SECRETARY OF CLUB.
pulled the questionable joke in I him, of the need of vocational i

the Stunt Night program have It is estimated that somethingover guidance. We thoroly agree with DR. C. G. MIXSON, Dentist

realized by this time, no doubt, two hundred teachers will him that a great many peopleare

that they were in the wrong remain over for the examina- trying to do things for which City Office Building

crowd for that kind of stuff. tions here next week.
I they are wholly unfitted. Phone 286

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GAINESVILLEA

I STATE UNIVERSITY OF THE HIGHEST EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS, RANKING WITH ;

THE LARGEST AND BEST UNIVERSITIES OF THE NORTH AND EAST. MILITARY TRAINING i iI

UNDER OFFICERS OF THE U. S.. ARMY. STUDENTS OFFERED OPPORTUNITY OF JOINING
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COUNTY STUNT SONGS JUST AS I AM: I there's music and literature, I You are living though I can't see why, t
(Continued from page 1)) Professor :McMullen is simply great; That vitalize all our school work, you Prof. Beck. :
you may reach his classes soon see. I That bass voice is hard to beat, Prof. 1
or late, But in Port Arthur in the dear state Beck, '
ut when there is a ball game you You may go to sleep or stay awake, of Texas I And my-you're such an athlete, Prof. j i
must stay for recitation.r. for all you get is what you take. Is the Franklin school that we've all! Beck, ,
) Fulk, you can't fool us, there's no i i
heard about. If[ :you dislocate that other knee, you
question 'bout it, THE BULLDOG ON THE BANKDr. They've green houses, work shops,i could limp just twice as good, ;
,et us practice what you preach and Hodge brings in the worms, Dr. and fine auditoria, you see, !
then we will not doubt it. Fisher brings the birds, And even a print shop where children And have everybody's sympathy, I

Dr. Hodge brings in the snakes, Dr. may work. Prof. Beck. ;
LOVE'S OLD SWEET SONGft Fisher brings the birds, So back to Port Arthur Miss Anderson -
) in the dear sweet days now almost Dr% Hodge brings in the frogs, Dr. is going, Good bye Gainesville, (rpt) j
o'er, Fisher brings the birds, To get more reports for our next We're going to leave you now. : I
ose Major Floyd upon the chapel And they both bring in together the Summer School. Merrily we roll away, (rpt)
floor, whole menagerie. On the mid-day train. ,s I
'All take your watches out and list Singing Tra, la, la, etc.-the whole POLLY WOLLY DOODLE .. .
to me, menagerie.I :Miss Washburn is the best of all, her j
i'ou may now set them all at 12:33." -smile-oh jully Ned- I See A. J. VIDAL i iI
is not all that fills the Major's I \ ANT TO BE IN DIXIE And if you have the headache, call and Toilet j I
For Drugs Stationery
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this.day, I want to be with Mrs. Rumley in the she will rub your head.
he must "teach boys the art of Social Hall each evening, Oh, Miss Washburn is her name, from Articles, Souvenir CardsWaterman's I
making hay.ruit Where the boys are doggone glad to Nebraska as Cox and Beck. 1 I
and grain and flowers; soils and meet the girls who live on Easy, All you know well by fame-but we PensJ. ; j
bugs and spray Street. I like them, BY HECK. !. !
Keep the Major busy, so I've heard You ought to see, you ought to see, i
him say.As you ought to see the way Mrs. KEEP YOUR HEAD DOWN, FRIT- W. McCOLLUM & CO. 1
with footsteps weary tread the Rumley I ZIE BOY !
girls along, Dolls up in that pink dress at S-o-c-i Go to chapel, Fritzie boy, go to DRUGGISTS
'Step into my Buick", comes the Ma- -don't know how to spell it chapel, Fritzie boy, j I
jor's song, comes the Major's wel- But I saw it, you bet I. saw it, the When we see 'the Faculty we miss Corner East Main and Union
come song. powder and the you, we miss you, 1 1L
You drive your Saxon into town and "

THREE JEWS IN THE SWEET BYANDBYDr. when you're wanted you're not L LYRIC THEATREHOME I

There are two Sawyers in Summer Chapman holds forth every day, 'round, 1I 1I I
Go to chapel, Fritzie boy.
School (rpt) in the Ag'cultural Hall 'cross the : BEST PICTURES I
Sawyers, Sawyers, in Summer School way.
4
Go tell Tyler, go tell Tyler, go tell
(rpt) there are two Sawyers in With a shrug, and a fan in his hand 1
Tyler, EVERY NIGHTA
Summer School.R. he shouts forth with all the volume -
The Alligator is dead.
G. Sawyer saws wood (rpt) saws, he canIoocowmoo What was the matter, what was the GOOD SHOW FOR YOU j I
saws wood, wood, wood (rpt) ::\ etc.-bass) Widow
matter, what was the matter?
COME ON DOWNTO ;
R. G. Sawyer says; wood. Bedott.
wasn't fed.
The thing 1'1'
poor
W. E. Sawyer saws wood (rpt) saws, THE LYRIC
saws, wood, wood, wood (rpt) COMIN' THROUGH THE RYE MY MARYLANDYou I

W. E. Sawyer saws wood. Si-i-imp-son came to Florida for to hail from old Nebraska state, When you come to Gainesville to at- I
Though both these Sawyers saw wood teach folks thrift. Prof. Beck, tend the U. of F. I

(rpt) On account of hesitancy they could- You did not bring an empty pate, You're playing the piano of l life in I I
One. saws pine, pine, pine (rpt) the n't get the drift. Prof. Beck, I the big base clef. j t J
other saws MINE, MINE, MINE.! Every student on the campus needsto You do your best to train the mind. in'I!!You're composing music that will sure J j 4!
learn to save, all the English you can find. |I bring a return: j(
CARRY ME BACK TO OLD For the salaries are so meagre and Our lives are one continual grind,i It's the song of l life, that will pay \
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VIRGINNY conditions grave. Prof. Beck. what you earn. I
Carry me back to old Virginny. It I Your appetite is so immense, Prof. Education is something that every J if i
may: be of interest for you to OLD OAKEN BUCKET Beck. day you will use, ;; I i t
know How dear to my heart are the Pri- The :Mess: Hall's doubled its expense, So please take ad\Oantage-its help i II j
!I There's where Dr. Crow smokes che- mary :Methods: Prof. Beck. I don't abuse. | I
I f roots in the Springtime, Whene'er Miss Anderson presents There's nothing yet has passed you I. Nuff Sed tf f t

I There's where Spanish, French, and them to me. by, from chicken neck to pump-' THE I' i
: South American affairs do grow. There's drawing, there's handwork, kin pie, BUR Tr I CLOTHIER IIf

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i Metcalfe singing as only the (with no evil intent) about mess S H O E
OF EXAMINATIONS -
SCHEDULE
"Doctor" can. He was followed hall grub, some concerned with

by a choir of thirteen the mess hall would consider it
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singing "Suwannee River". This a personal insult if the stunt .
B. M. TENCH
was well received. Pinellas was given. So as the members:

AUGUST 11-14, 1919 County came next with a pan- of the club had to get their;' o Gainesville, (,

tomime. The young fellow chose meals for another week it was
Florida
a All Special Examinations Must\ the girl with the cake. A mod- decided best to call off the stunt. E i

F Be Taken Monday\ Aug. 11th. ern dance followed in the midstof THE CLUB. i f(:

Examinations Begin at 9:00a. : which a telegram was received c':..
S H o EWe :
, m. and 2:00 p. m. from Doctor Buchholz. ;t

I Then pandemonium reigned. GROWTH OF SUMMER
: State Certificate Monday SCHOOL
forward with
Manatee came a

t I ,Ii forenoon, English Literature;, fishing party. This was pro- hope that you will understs;

; 4 afternoon, Rhetoric, General 1 nounced good. The Water Melon Year Enrollment That we want to shake your hancf

\ ; : History. Tuesday forenoon, Club actually ate a melon on 1910.._________________________________. 74 For your trade we were glad to I.

1 4!r. Geometry ; afternoon, Botany, the stage and seemed to enjoy it. 1911___________________.________________106 And I hope you are glad we met

f!I Zoology. Wednesday forenoon, No one else got a bite. Marion 1912____________________________...___._152

I! ..''.;. Trigonometry; afternoon, Psy- County "took off" Miss Kittrell 1913___________________.___._.________._136 At

! ; chology. Thursday forenoon, conducting a singing lesson. It 1914.._____________...._..._....._______269 THE COLLEGE INN

I :L'' Latin; afternoon, Physics. was done to perfection. Orange 1915_______________:__........_.._._____402 5

'.I'('' State Primary Monday forenoon -i County waxed musical and sang 1916______________..______..____________532 "First and Last"

! y!+ 4 Reading, Composition; afternoon to the delight of all. Practically 1917--___--_______..__..........._..____433
:; Music
Geography. every member of the facultywas 1918_______000000_______________.._-434

,. t f, Tuesday forenoon, Arithmetic; included in a song, which is 1919--__----___.._______________.._____612
.:+, afternoon, History, Manual printed in full in this issue. Bicycles and Supplii:
Arts. forenoon
;''j Wednesday Their clown a popular feature -
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Grammar, Nature Study; afternoon of their Volusia A blue mark by your name on ATDoran's
Psychology Drawing. I program. this paper rueans that your subscription -
,
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County stunt followed in which
I
: Regular Certificates Tues- is still unpaid. The
.i.. I the faculty and preceptresseswere I Cyclers y
: day forenoon, Reading, Orthog- I money may be enclosed in an envelope -I
discussed. They ended witha
\ and in the T box 1 I
raphy; afternoon, Grammar, i dropped ,
entitled "Ivory Soap"The
song PHONE 212
Geography, Civil Government. : at Social Hall or in Alligator
waiters catchy little
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forenoon gave a box in Peabody Hall. Please attend -
I-(. Wednesday Arithmetic PhYSiOIO-,1, stunt in which a sick negro'I to this at once. 214 E. Main St., S.
: -f gy, ; phoned to San Francisco for his I .

1 tory, Composition, Agriculture. [ girl and audience waited until
'I : forenoon Theory and ';
Thursday ,
: she arrived. The Y. M. C. A.
j/': Practice, Physical Geography;
stunt consisted of a typical "Y"
: ; afternoon Algebra.
WILSON COMPANYQUALITYSERVICE
r scene. Those who saw it will

I : have a more tender feeling for
: STUNT NIGHT
d "i, the "Y" secretary in the future.

; The Y. W. C. A. closed the pro-
', i Proves Enjoyable Occasion- J
gram with a ghost scene which 'tC'jf
Alachua and CountiesTie
h Orange LADIES' READY MADE CLOTHES
1. .t. for Honors. was cleverly gotten up and pre- .j

sented. DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS 1
1/ On last Saturday evening, a No small part of the programwas ;i

; miscellaneous program com- the negro janitor and clown :4

'. f posed of stunts gotten up by the who performed so well and FINE MILLINERYj, 1

:,. different county clubs and other naturally that some suspectedthat :rl
organizations of the Summer it was a real African. Imagine -i "Make This Store Your

School to the surprise when it was ,
was given a packed
house. revealed that it was none other Store"Y
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than our own "Arbuckle" Yates.
; Only a brief sketch of the pro-

\ ., gram can be given in the limited The success of the program -
space of this issue. was due to the untiring effortsof NEW YORK RACKETDry

t ; The opened with Ala- a committee appointed for
t program the purpose and headed by Hon. Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishings*
; chua County. The scene was a ;:.
We Will Appreciate Your Business
R. L. Goulding. ,
negro preacher and congrega- i

tion. This brought down the .

house. The next was a poem DeSoto County Club had a
IT WILL PAY YOUto
j read by Dr. E. E. Macey representing stunt ready to perform on stunt
call in and see our stock of Summer Shoes Skirts and Waist
I Brevard This ,
but
County. night, at the last moment it ;

i was well received. Suwannee was learned that, because some

County followed with Doctor comical references were made CUT PRICE STORE .


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