The Florida alligator
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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: February 20, 1920
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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!7 O The Florida Alli ator





WILL HAVE : I: iT4.r *' *' 1+: *' lYl 0o .


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& Time limit for having pic- $>
& tures taken for the Seminole has *
been extended to Monday, February *
: x 23. This is absolutely the & REQUESTEDF.

MEMBERSHIP"ENusiED,1 Inter-Society Meets Scheduledand i & last chance to have your picture 3t S. C. W. Girl of Each Class to TAKES EFFECT FEB. 25
taken in time for the Seminole. I j jft
Subjects are Being be Elected as Sponsor of
Athletic and military picft &

, I II Will be Supported by University Selected. tures will be taken next week. ft : Corresponding Class. Athletics Parades. Inspectionsand

Authorities and Returned t Forensic circles will begin springatti"ities Watch for the schedules. ftft By Van E. Huff. Contests Between Com-

1 1l Aviator, T. O. Otto. Further announcements regarding ft Although considerable has panies Will be the Order.
in progress
< earnest next Monday,)I
ft the Seminole will be ftft
I Florida is to have an Aero Club'as i' when the trycuts for the Florida- ':: found on page 2. ft i!i been made en the 1920::! Seminole, the New infantry drill regulations

soon as an organization can be ef- Louisiana State debate will be held. i greater part of the actual work of known as Provisional Drill Regula-

fected. The formation of such an as- Tuesday night, the 'question for the * : * publication remains to be done. It tions, 1919, will go into effect on February -
sociation is to be the in ,, 25, and cadet officers and non-
! : next step Peabody-John Marshall, Intersociety ------- is more of a task to publish a college '
the progress of the University. Already corns are directed to familiarize them-
i debate will be annual than the average student ca'1'
presented the teachers BUSHNELL ELECTED
i I I the idea has been adopted by by selves with these, according to an or-
I i various other Universities which keep ; and the lawyers will decide which realize, and for this reason everyone der issued" Tuesday by Captain Blox-

I abreast of the times, and it is not the ;, side they will take in the match. The SENIOR PRESIDENT should do all that he can to help ham Ward. The drill schedule for February -

I 1 spirit of Florida to remain behind her Ag students have already selectedthe clong. The staff will need the co- and March alsa announed in

neighbors in the fostering of interest'' question to be used in the Flor- r operation: of every student on the the order is of a diverse nature, varying -
B. E. Bushnell of
Tampa was re- the of straight infantry
in the increasingly important science monotony
t The least a do is
I man
*if aerial navigation. ida-Louisiana debate as the oile for t i i ently elected piesiiient: of the combined to have his picture made promptly. drills with athletics parades inspections -
their match with the engineers, and ; Senior Class to succeed E. D. and contests between companie.
There are a number of men or. and if he persists in waiting until the
they will meet on March 12th. Beggs, who has completed his work The order is as follows:
l Florida's campus this year who have last minute he is more of a hindrance
i here and will soon enter the law prac- : General Orders No. :t.
seen active service in Aviation, several -' Entries for the intercollegiate debate ; ; than a help.
; | tke.i ( The drill schedule for the month
of whom have been commissioned :: have not been coming in very The staff has been warned that the
i i Bushnell is a senior in the Engi- of February and March is announce,i
fast and the council has decided I
Tifots.! The sentiment among these so hardest job confronting them is the
neering College, and is one of the oldest herewith:
i men, as well as among all studentswho to allow entries up to the time of the securing of club pictures. County
have the best interests of the., trycut. men on the campus. He was in clubs, literary societies, fraternities, Drill Schatale.

University at heart, is well expressed :;, The second debate in the inter-so- i(!, the University when war was declared -I c and other organizations can help by ii I i Feb. 16-Athletics, mass play.

in the following statement by T. 0. :,, ciety series will take place on March and he attended the first officers'training "i, electing a reliable man who will collect !- Feb. 18 (.a. m.)-Close order drill I

Otto, who has recentlyreturned to 15, between the lawyers and teachers. camp, from which he was and mount the individual pic- company.
commissioned in the After
the campus after serving two yearsas : After this, the winning team ha :rat infantry. tures without delay. Cardboard for ', Feb. 18 (p. m.-Battalion inspec-:;

a pilot in the Air Service. I: the l lowest average will debate tae :! spending some time overseas Bushnell I this purpose may be secured from tin, preceded by review.
'returned last fall, a first lieutenant
"The students of Florida University j Fa:r Literary society, and the wn- : the Managing Editor, Room 110 Feb. 19-Athletics, mass play.
and is completing his course. He is
are face to face with these ques- ier or" this debate, debates with the f. i Thomas. No pictures will be accepted .#eb. 21--Company drill, close or lur.
member of the Phi Kappa Phi honorary
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tions: Shall Florida become a remaining team for the cup. !! fraternity. for the Seminole without the Feb. 23-Athletics, mass play.

Greater Florida? Shall Florida takea The debating council requests that i Among other things Bushnell is a ;( money to pay for the spa:-e. It will Feb. 25 (a. m.-Squad and company -

: step forward Shall Florida holda those who have not paid th!irle-' married man. therefore be advisable for club representatives ; drill illustrating differences between -

leading place among the educational bating fee, will pay it to T. D. Williams to adopt the same policy new and old drill regulations.Feb. : .

institutions of this country: by keeping |' as soon as possible. A large and collect each man's assessment
25 m.-Battalion
( ) parade
pace with the time" ? The answer number of men have paid thbut; AG STUDENTS ON with his picture. p.
preceded by company inspection.:
of every student in this University many living off the campus hay? not, The idea of having sponsors is not
should be: 'Yes, if I can help her do i 1 and the money will be needed :n a I INSPECTION TRIP a new one but this year we want to 1 Feb. 26-Athletics, mass pia).

so.: You can help by showing the ; short time. be especially well sponsored. The !1 Feb. 2S-Squad drill, contest by

proper interest in the organization I I I various organizations have been re- i companies, extended order.

which it is hoped will be formed hereas :, SEMINOLES I FOR | A number of students from the : quested to elect sponsors, and it is j March Athletics, mass play.

early as possible, namely the Aero ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONThat : College of Agriculture left Mondayfor t hoped that county clubs will rival March 3 (a. m.)-Company drill.

Club of the University of Florida. a trip to Lakeland and vicinity, ; each other in the selection of good ; Match 3 (p. m.)-Escort to colors.

"The larger Universities of the the Alumni Association may ; where they will spend three days ob- looking girls. preceded by company inspection.

country all have Aero Clubs. The be supplied with a complete file of i( serving points of interest on the lands i The staff even hope to have! spon- i March Athletics..

]purpose of these organizations is Seminoles, an appeal is being madein : )f the Highland! Develpoment Com- 1! son for the classes. Letters have March Company drill, extended

the interest in this properly termed hope that some member of the 1''', cany, at the BU'keyelurs ries, the j been written to the presidents of the order.

Aeronautical Age. The object is to student body or otherwise will re- ::: len St. Mary's Nurseries, and at the various classes of the Florida State I March Athletics..

:\iu> every' man, particularly those :'spend in donation; the only: copy :slant of the Winter Haven Packing i i College for Women asking them to March 10 (a. m.-C mpany! drill

'_king a college education:: familiar needed at present is the 1918 issue. ; Company. They will also visit numerous I select four young ladies out of each 1, :'Xtended ()!"4er.
: In correspondence with the Alligator March 10 ( ) Battalion :
\\<:th the} current accomplishments groves in the Winter Haven class': to sponsor the corresponding p. m. inspection -
:dung> aeronautical lines, and the ': Secretary Byrne of the and Florence Villa sections. On i ; clasae: at the. University of Florida ;. preceded by review.

i apiu progress that is destined to follow Alumni Association said that upon 1 Thursday they will attend the South i With the exception of a local an March 1 !Bayonet exercise.

these achievements. i! his election, the records in this respect .lorida Fair at Tampa, where they literary e-tir, the Seminole stnTI Mar'h: }:Bayonet exerciseet:.

XL- people should manifest a great- were meagre, not a single copy 1 will inspect the exhibits of citrus!> and I i complete and is as follows: Van Maivh: !.">-Athletics.

interest, nor feel a greater pride, ; of the Seminole being in their pos- | other fruits. :, E. Huff Editor-in-Chief; Hubert M March 17 (Ca. m.)-Pitching: .:1''li..t"
investigation it wa: I : ''ents.
:n this field, nur feel a V 'ater pride, session. Upon :Major W. L. Floyd, Professor of Fricd'ander! assistant editor-in-ehief:
nt ate the most backward in its de- : found that there were no copies n: Horticulture, accompanied the stu- : K. F. Hughs, Managing Editor; H:!"- March 17 (p. m.)--Ij-ittal'on ij'-

o ili.j] nicnt. A\.ati; n is not a mod- i the library. lents, for the purpose of bringing to bert G. Ford, assistant managing edi- pertion, heavy marrying order.Mar .
v > n .ita. It i-- not a twentieth cen- Pinat'ons: were requested from' their attention all possible informa- : tor; William J. Bivens. business manager ; "h 1' Ftavom t <.,:.- u=t'-.

:ujv.venticn.i Rather, it is a dreamf yai.cii: :* members of the Alumni and' tin concerning soils, planting, culti- : ; Sgsbee; L. Scru jr> and Gllbt-n March 20-Company dull, ell t? :.! ,1 I

::ht ages, that has become a realityt' (,th} ,'- s, by: which was secured all}1 vation, fertilization and care of the ( Ut tis, assistant business managers:; ; extended order.

'.:. u-h: the inventive; genius of an i ("C'I': t\rept the one mentioned a* ; crops, and the identification of harmful Alfred Marshall, athletic editor; F.[ Mare 22-Athletic

,Xii'eiican: within: the last: decade. needed. These are to be donated to'I insects and fungus diseases. j 0. Spain, art editor. March 24 (a. m.)-Company ( f.-
scientific de- the Alumni Association who will de- ; Anyone who is willing to do test. slow order drill.
:N\edles to ay, no G. D. Sloan, a former Ag College anj
__ .ul'ml'nt of any machine has taken L posit them in the library with credit t student, who is 'now horticulturist for '. art work for the Seminole will please :March: 21 (Cpo m.)-Bsttali.:JJ1 parade -
the donor paster in each volume. the editor precfikd by corsiraninM', t.;., .
:;' .-<., strid. s of advancement: than i to : the Lakeland Highlands! Co-opera'ive ee art at once. >r.i
: either for militaryr The Seminole's are at present de- March 2-:>Tent pitcii! :: cent t i.;/
-.a;: ;i:e aeroplane, Association of Winter Ha\en. will!
Yet the posited in the library where they are The! pa-t week has been a good I company.
.,. '
n stmert ai pai.ose help the party enjoy the study:
I 1 ,*.1 I Stat -, s-tunJs at the bottom i to be taken out only by order of the having made plans for their enter' cne for the local fishermen, those March 27--Platpn: extended <)rd i .t-
interest in avia- Secretary cf the Alumni Association, j who fish with hook and line for the contest.
;list in v->palar tainment. .
I uui Flo i L'.a! occupies a similar \ -port. Mr. John A. Campbell, of f March 29-Athletic '.t.,ite. t? K-
I k..hen ecr.tl'a"tt'J with the lead- ATTENTION FRESHMEN.There A list of the students why comprise : Bellefcr.taine, 0., who spends his win tween companies.

:.: t.Miversitie, of this country. :, the party follows: 't-rs; here, caught a very pretty fish,' :, March 31 (a. m.-Escort to ti.i!
help this con- will be a very important. P. Rubin. ,n the architectural lines of a jack, colors.
do to
\\ hat can !
of the Freshman Class in-. E. C. Braddock. Tuesday, which able todentify. ,
,,t' n ?? you may ask yourself. The meeting no one was March 31 (p. m.)Battalion rae -
: -sir is: 'Join the Aero Club, attend I eluding those residing off the cam. C. A. Craig. I One party stated that h rade, preceded by company inspection..
:, meetings, familiarize yourself with l pus as well as those living! on tin<
that has already been.a I campus, in the Gymnasium, Wedat-s-: i E. E. DeVane York aquarium, and )fro II. K. Hub- Drill Regulations, 1919, will
::-"t': >progress and the possibilities of fur day February :2oth:!;) at 6:30 p. In. .1t| C. L. DeVa e. I' hoed, who is some authority on fish i,,, into effect and all formations andsh
: CALL WILL BE )1.\1>c. REiJTHBKE. G. A. DeVane. Stated that he had similar
this The manner i in I ; ROLL seen a fi I movements thereafter will be based
whi'hou faring can progress.aid will be found and l II. J. Ferrald. I I fn the fisheries building at the worM'i; upon these regulations. All cadets,
(Continued on Page Two) | By Order of the Srrior Clan. (Continued n Page'Two). { fair In Chicago.-Saraseta Times. { (Continued on Page Two)


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i FLORIDA WILL HAVE This is absolutely the last chance to'!' 0'' =- --

AN AERO CLue SOON have your picture taken in time for !' SEE A. VIDAL i NICI D4MATOHIGH

the Seminole. i iSee Drug-: BUY CLOTHES
'} (Continued from Page One) : For Stationary, Toilet I j
proof and order
your place an Articles Candies Souvenir
your opportunity will be given you. I j ifor pictures at once. Be sure to j
I or- I Cards Waterman'sPens.
"Your in the club will ,
t' membership I
der j i
1 enough prints-one for each organization NOT CREDIT
in itself aid in its growth, and help.1 .! to which you belong. i| I

Florida to take rank with other col- f' Marable will be in his studio dur- ,; Next door McCollum's:: Drug Store !

lakes in this field, and serve to help'j I Phone 511.
the toI !
ing following hours 9 I
I i : a. m. I i .
I create throughout the that I
J 12; 2:30 to 6 p. m., and from 7:30 o I II II II Ii
: interest in Aeronautics which'
; proper
10 .
p. in.Submit J S BODiFORD I
h i lacking. x
1 1 snapshots of campus life to ; I
It is requested that any student i ?=
) ,i McAtexander, the snapshot man,
j having the desire to further the or- i DRUGGIST
( Room 7, Thomas.
jranizatioQ of the Club, who desire ...
1 I any Seniors
; will furnish a snapshot, '
to Florida in a leading .. f
see position I size 2 1-2 by 4 1-4, or have one takenby : j
t j among Universities, or who desire McAlexander. : -
____ y
to learn something of Aeronautics -- VHV HOSV--- "
r t This i is Your
S'minoJt.-Hdp Us
''r, i and aid in the establishment ofT, To Put Across. t AVOID THE "FLU" I I 1,
a Department of Aeronautics at this j i II
i Instructions for Clubs and Organizations t
+ ; s school, will signify their intention of
{ : becoming members of the Aero Clubby : : EAT I
: I ,
Elect a man to collect pictures am? :
signing the paper on file for that .
to be responsible for mountings.
purpose at the bookstore in Language ,
: This will I
man :
JJ"n.11 students are eligible for j jmM1 (: j jI I WISELY AND WELL ?'! i!
U *rship. i ((1)) Collect individual pictures I I' Many customers have not denied i ii

r ;f I and collect assesment for space in i That their tailor they have tried iI ii I
: : The proposed dub has the unqaali-i I I iI i
i I.: i The Seminole the time. Rx. TRY MOLNAR'S. : j
t at same ($8 I I j1 One they once have patronized I
: ; '
j authorities.i ; and awaits, only the action(!' per page-two pages, $15)). 1 I|'I And has left them dissatisfied. 1 I
;j I ((2)) Secure cardboard for mounting ,
: .: of the student body. Anyone wishing' j But you see my trade is such
from K. F. Hughes, Room 110, DRINK '.I
1 further information concerning the I: et e I dare not reveal too much
t Thomas, and mount pictures on same.Select .
I., project may get it by consulting T. 0. : ; I shall welcome your approachWith I
. a good letterer to print names'
: ri:'. : Otto. As soon as a sufficient number a firm hand-shaking clutch. i
I of signatures is secured, meeting under pictures. ,: MOST DRINKS ARE j
I a Elect and send for her ,; Your all welcome and dear to me i iP
' I. a sponsor t 1\\ !
j I: :+ will be called to discuss the purpose ,
picture at once. Size about 4 by As the boys of the Universityi
in full.NR11' HARMLESS, BUT OUR :'
r.1f': 1 15 1-2; style, front view, head and t J I try; to charge the smallest fee \ \ I

:' shoulder '! | Which is one's best remedy. ,
i i,:, I HKKX PUBLISHED ; THE SEMIXOLE+ STAFF. : V COFFEE IS GOOD. I j : n ___ __ ______ ___ j'U \

It I !
i '1 : \
r i (Continued from Page One.) BISHOP CAMPBELL OFT- It t

i t officers, are enjoined to study :; AND 4!, I

these regulations diligently! in order !<. Last Friday's Chapel was made mea t GOODS
i that. they may make a creditable' short .- morable by an inspiring address by Ii New Spring Models Now on

t .i Bishop: Campbell, of the Methodist t i t COMPANY"Tht' Dhplay--$30.00 to S10.00.

3. The rules governing the various 'Church, South, of Atlanta. Bishop' BE 1
contests scheduled herein will be announced : 'Campbell's main theme was the pow- \ tt t SporJsrnan's Store"t'9 i!! MEN'S FASHION SHOP

I as occasion demands. On i er of faith, and his address was a | t 'I
March 31st, the 1 : West Pay Strttt Pson : :'!:e --1
pt : !
company won 5ChoJarIand forceful exposition of | WE :J
SERVE MUSIC WITH It I Tampa lorida
the largest number of points will be i, the truth concerning the overwhelming f f i 1.I I Ja'k ilie, Fa.: Ii liiI I

; selected as the color company for es- ,;, power of faith over natural obi -J --

cort to the colors on that day. ; stactes. He cited the case of the !. OUR MEALS AND DO :J

f 4. Cadets are reminded that there '1 i locust plague in the Northwest in the 5

f i will be at least one, and perhaps two '; i nineties, which threatened the literal f[ OUR DARNDEST TO |

more inspections by officers from the :
{ Southeastern Department and one inspection several rich agricultural states. I

by officers of the general Mechanical and scientifi means I f TO MAKE YOU FEEL AT | URNETTTHECLOTHIEiNUFF

staff. It is vitally necessary that we were of no avail against the onslaught 1 I

I put forth every effort in order to remain : of vast hordes of the insect J HOME. { -
in the distinguished college class. ; ]pests, and the damage was enormous $ iKOLNAR'S
By order.of Captain Ward. i in the infested regions. Not only was i :;

H. F. BACHE the plague unbearable in that section, t SB
Cadet Battalion Adjutant. : 1 1I 'but it gave evidence of rapidlypreading I ff

I :s to all parts of the coun- j f

.\r.. STUDKXTS OX i i 1 try. At last, after all material f ROOM j .

INSPECTION TRIl1;i 1 means to combat the insects had failed & I
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I Governor Pillsbury, of Minnesota, _
(Continued from Page One.) I j issued a proclamation designating a r

H. G. Hamilton. .day of prayer and fasting. The : The Elks' Charity ball given in BOYS !

A... R, Johnson whole Northwest participated in this i St. Petersburg a few nights ago was i Every; 10?>n ou;:h; ta gv't a good lave l daily Sabscrib'1 f.. r THE
P. HulL day of divine supplication, and within <
a big success. I ATLANTA GEORGIAN and SUNDAY A EhC-\X. tonta--:! aerackerja i
C. B.
Kingman. 'jC. five days thereafter the weather conditions k
: .
portir.j section. Delivered 20 i''r"ff'K..
T. Link. '
4 became such. that every locust The Rotarians P. H. GILI.EX. Agent.
H. H. Link. : of Jacksonville inthe R vm 41, Backn-ai Ha11!;
in the plagued area was killed
: place of their
regular club dinner, -.I
W. H. Mahoney. : j met from that date not a locust has : substituted rrilr
a supper: for the boys
\V. S. Peterson.S. .
I been discovered alive in that section i oj that - -
(;j. Smith P This occurrence was cited by BishopCampbell "
i YiYi !11.
1. T. Stephens. as a shining example of the The Hayseeu bail !held at the r .1
L D. WUbuns.W. .God-given[ of human faith. :

M. Tflhnan. ; -power---. night last hotel was in one Miami of the on many Saturday enjoyable -- I I IIi

E Len.. Westmoreland.H.B.Hurlehaus.Tan.R. j THET.STfEXTIOX! social events of the seasoni i KNIGHT & WALL CO.

A special Mectrag of ALL Theta January building totals in Orlando I
S. C. Hansen. DEALERS IALL w
Leo Wilson.1'OINTERS will lieHid Tuesday night at 7'' ire soaring 40 permits had been issued SORTS OF !

:Yfeck in the Alligator oIk@ M...- by the department of building inI'

I hers not prE'SftltiII be fined f for a total of $42645, compared to ; Athletic and Sporting Goods
SKMIXOLK $J 2345 for January 1919. an in- i!

Time limit At Winter Park the W omaa'* c'ab rrease of3<'>,: per cent The pro-.vth j 1 I TAMPA: FLORIDA !1
on Seminole pictures is 9;
extended raised $600 at an old-time sp-Il'njr; of Orlando JP reflected in the' blllJ- !
Monday, Lc
February 23. bee.> njr 3 d banking: fiJrares, fi iMraafiuziiiraii! _.r.rr :

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Lndi fes Rendy to Wear, Dry Goods Notions HEADQUARTERS.

Curtain Materials and Window Shades ATHLETIC UXIOX SUITS S1.25: $1.50[ $1.75, $ ..

AND $2.25:? : PER SUIT.


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I I .l..FIIA TAU AT OMEGA WHITE VALENTINE HOUSE. I I Buie Guy with with Barton Thrasher, Sally 4 -.: ) I I
BALL i Leo H. Wilson, Rebecca a \ ;
I Weaver with :
Park Anderson. Tongues

c and brilliant in every repect ;I The : :
Beautiful I list of ladies from Gainesville H I '
annual Valentine Ball i| ... ""
was the dancing with their partners, included: I Ii < !

!r Florida Alpha Omega Chapter of i j i i Willie May Lang with Jeff Davis,! '

1.Alpte Tau Omega Fraternity, at Mercedes :Miller with Frank O. Spain,I oxOurSnoesCould

2 White House, on Friday evening,I Alene Cramer with Harold Klock t

YebrU: ry 13th. Josephine Brooks with Wyche Getzen,\:. I :

The guests were received in the Carolyn King with Frank Hunter, Ma-f : ..
Talk :
rie DePass
Jibby of the popular Gainesville hosuIrr..and with Jim Sparkman Edith' "
at 9:30 formed in line for Parker with Dick Johnson Eleanor'I M ..

grand march. Led by Mr. Leo. Crom with Van E. Huff, Edna Earle i V. :

the a. ffflson! and Miss 'Sarah Guy, thejocession Chesnut with Jimmy Auld, Martha I I
of merry dancers wound Tyson with Hart Stringfellow Doris I !

its- way between the columns of the Lyle with Lamar Leahy, Nettie RichardSc.n !t THEY'D TELL A FAR MORE INTERESTING STORY THAN ANY WE I

aciol1S ballroom which had been ef- with Crom Anderson, Cather-I COULD THINK OF. THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY FROM THE / V; j

lettivey and testefully decorated in ine Haile with Lansing --!' TIME THEY WERE CUT FROM GENUINE CALF-SKIN UNTIL THEY 'I

;the colors of Alpha Tau Omega. Myrtle MacDonald with Rollie Till- : WERE TRIMMED, FINISHED AND SENT TO ONE OF THE THREE I j j
Streamers of sky blue and old gold man, Alverna Chambers with B. PORTER STORES TO BECOME PART OF THIS GREAT ORGANIZA-: :

coloring were artfully displayed upon Thornton Lena Chancey with John TION'S POPOGANDA OF QUALITY. ,. I IA
walls and columns. Bril- Clark, Clyde Boring with A. H. Kim- : '
the lights, I
Lillian Glass with Tom .
]jjut decorations appropriate to the Mildred Powell Kennedy, BLACK, BROWN AND TAN LEATHERS IN LASTS THAT FIT THE' Q ;
with John '
eases,adorned the.windows. Chesnut 0 FOOT COMFORTABLY AND CORRECTLY, -. :1
Lucille Boring with Jack StringfeUow.\|. ,.. : :
the center of the room the "

Original From University musical Jazz orchestra of surpassing sie Lillian Chesnut Clark with with J.Alec H. Welch Harper, ,Irene Jes- I ,i Everything that Men and Boys Wear i ii

famished a program
Denham with Frank Crom Eva ,
excellence, while special Futch with Jim Chesnut 0 .
Emma Bo-
numbers intermingled with the 4) :
song die with
i Tommie Stringfellow, Mollie '
enlivened the dancers with ( II
encores, Mae Padgett with
merriment. I Joe White Poppy t r !
jaietj and Smith
with Gibbs Chesnut.
At 12 o'clock, tables were placed in I ''I
Stags were: W. Lafayette Bennett H
ballropm and a buffet supper
the .
Zach Douglas, Bobbie Glass Freddy .. II
wed consisting of fruit salad sand- 0O
aides, saltines, stuffed olives and Leeks, George Henderson IL V. Sta- n

-coffee. Immediately thereafter, each I pleton Ronald Coe, Bill Stone, Clarence A Corner Bay and Laura Jacksonville, Fla. : j ii{

YOmIg} lady and chaperone received asa Thomas
Hugh Hough, Dick i ;
dainty favor, a gold bar pin, engraved -
Beggs, Walter Tillman E. Clyde Vin- ,
"1920." ing, Harold Ward Herbert Massie, *+ '>> +.. i ii
Dancing and merry-making continued I
Lee Jones John i i :
I Sherman Joe Dal-
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-diy,,when the weary, but happy ton, Denver Morrow. Barco Bishop, I SaiSKiHyffi_ !KnaH ;!HWffiUCJK! !R. :
thong wadded their way homeward Henry Warner DeForest Christiance,I gj I I.

taking with them pleasant memories Henry O'Niel/C. H. Lichliter, Ralph i, Lyric Theatre i;]I GRtiENLEAF & CROSBY CO. t x

wonderful night. Tatum, J. W. Watson Jr., Lennard :

Guests included visitors from many Boynton, C. C.: Coxe, B. C. Gregory i {: 1 NOTED FOR QUALITY !

sections of Florida and other States. Arthur Crago, John E. Hartridge, Jr.,I j [fi DIAMONDS, FINE JEWELRY, CHINAWARE, t
J. D. Woodruff, George Hartman, Rob-I FRIDAY !
Out of town ladies with their !
wreiMisses Marie Hobblestadt with ert Johnson, Horace Loomis, Dr. Tillman i "Eyes'of Youth"-Clara Kimball I jj
41, West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida i rtj
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0. R. Bie, Sarah Balfe with W. M. Logan C. Berry, Clyde Burns, Young. '
,Harold Shad,I I I
Howard Vandegrift '
Bostwick, Jr.; Grace Earle Hildreth SATURDAY
with C. Y. Byrd, Frances Burroughs// Jack Sorgen, Benny Wilson, John "A Gun Fighting Gentleman"-llarry I y; CLASS PINS-RINGS-MEDALS-TROPHIES. !g5jjnin3KE
with Floyd' Ferris Barbara Knight; Hurst John Treadwell; H. V. Heuck, Corey. ,. ,
with Herbert Ford, Eugene Waterbury W. E. Phillips Lonnie Hayman, Ef-'I:I MONDAY I. ffiififfiffiHiH! !5SfiffiffiffiffiLTOrainHifif.ifHW nf.$ ,

with James A. Franklin, Daisy fingham Bailey C. Swedt, J. W. Henry ,
; :liable Normand in "Pinta.
James Taylor, JohnF.
Ralph Lyman
Paul with Henry Gray, Edith Gibbons others.Chaperones II! !: !: 1 !f fi : !J :.';S!
Hall and TUESDAY
with T. Hart Getzen, Doris Newman j l w
with C. J. Hardee, Sarah Keller and patronesses included "Unknown Love"-Dolores Cassanelli. j

with Pete Harris, Mary Jennings with I among others: Mrs..A. :A.I \ WEDNESDAY j I
Howard Murphree, Mr. and Mrs. J. Glover 1 SOUTHERN( CO. I
Mayes, Elizabeth Nelson 'Loes of Letty"-r-Pauline Frederick.!)
.ith Francis Parker, Evelyn Dulinith Taylor, Dr. and Mrs. M. H. DePass,I Ul/Ui li
Jack Sewell, Ethel Mouser withT. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Guy, Mrs. Edith t I ] 28 ADAMS STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
"Anne of Green Gablt"S"lar Miles 1 all
'Vile' and Mrs. J. D Y
Franklin West, Blanche Symmes L. }, Colonel I
Minter. I --
with Stringfellow, Mr.and Mrs. Martin t
H. K. Jeremiasson Mildred Hall
with Lloyd Wall Honaker I i Glass, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hawkins: ,! Continuous, Shows 3:30 until I 11:00 I II tfix ffi
Morgan, Lily :Mr. and Mrs.A. j Largest Stock In the South of Musical Instruments -
with Frank Paul Martha Mur- Prof. and Mrs. Cody; I I PASTE THIS IN YOUR ROOM: FOR !

phree with L. N. Wade, Marguerite P. Buie Mr. and Mrs. J. B. REFERENCE. Strings Di-ummer's Traps
W. L. Denham, I ,
Williams with William Ward. Clem- Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. I ,
atine, Baker with William M. Madiscn Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Carter Mr. and I )C: = W "", 'L Hi and Sheet Music !x
Mr. and Mrs. J. .
Joel Edwards with Dick Knight, Mis. Finley Cannon, aUb.------1 '
Margery Clay with Bill Allbright, F. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. N- F. ttlack- Vocational I I

&Hie Gissendanner with RA.. Craig,I well, Mrs. W. T. Chesnut, Mrs. J. IL T. i The Vocational Club, headed by its MAIL ORDERS SENT SAME: DAY AS RECEIVED !

Norma Herndon with G. W. Spencer, Parker, Zlrs. C- N. Hildreth Mrs. t newly elected officers, held its usual I.I.t Mi
Catherine with Earle Hall, F. West, Judge Robert 3. meeting Friday, February 13. Over
]!air Woodrow Hawkins with Sam Ham Alice Mrs. J. H. Hodges, Mrs. G. C. Lyman, I twenty members listened to an interesting II' $yttU& fflf&$$H&!! *?.! H2 !f .f .Rn' .:;!. !hki!

Mrs. G. A. McCloud, Mro.: Gordon: I' '
Bfctwick with Tom Dunk, Alvah Tup- program.J. I
L. Knight' Mrs. S. W. --------------------
per with Philip Conroy, Ruth Mac- Keller Mrs. C. C. Brown in his interesting talk, '
!ilan! with Ed. Hampton Jessie I Honaker, Mrs. B. W. IIer don. Mrs j,showed the duty vocational men owe I II I AT ST. PETERSBURG ;

Bishop with J. K. Goldsby, Gladys i I A. L. Glass and Mrs. G. S. Ramsey. each other. j!I I You will find only most ample, varied and reasonably priced acco-

--- -- --- _.----- ---- --- --'I I Club 'i pennants were introduced at modations. There is no lack of rooms.-But all those other features t
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":-- this meeting having the letters "F.!|I II I that attract the vacationist: t

I'i I V. C.,, in old English, with the club i iI Delightful climate; fine golf, yachting and motoring facilities,

IF THERE IS ANYTHINGYou j colors, orange, blue white and red.. j i I t best bathing and fishing; all manner of out-door sports and recreations t

j Thorgh only organized a few;i iI ; daily open-air concerts-in short, entertainment and hospitality t

want in the line of Fancy Fruit, Groceries and Vegetables I| months the club now has over thirty 1 1I I to exceed all y.tfr anticipations awaits you. Wire us for Information ,
t active members, with new members : t and secure our city and county booklets. -f 4 4I

at the Lowest Prices, Call at the I being added at each meeting. BOARD OF TRADE '

i The new officers are: J. F. Hall,:I II I St. Petersburg Florida iI t

Sanitary Fruit and Produce Company I president; A. R. Caro; vice-president; I It I II 1.---- _.... ..._3_'_ A

Gainesville, Fla. T. J. Fernuld, secretary-treasurer; I t
Phone 87. Link,. social secretary, and C.
.;.. t Carl T. I
Meyer, sergeant-at-arms. READ THE ADS IN THE. ALLIGATOR .

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..F.. : J Dewey A. Dye -- .--- ...-- Editor in Chief: 'It. Tested. t Fitted. :
:;"- Goodrich Copeland ___'- --__ __ ___=_ Managing Editor f. + + + + + + + + + + +' '
$ : c I'': H. M. Friedlander,.....Asst. Man. Ed. Leslie D. Williams Local Ed. I '. .

a : t:, Randall Hunter Sporting Ed. Henry Fuller -Asst. Ath. Editor I Editor of Florida Alligator: :: LEOS'; DELAY. t'
; : : :' H. R. DeSilva, Contributing Ed. Bivins & "-Exchange Eds. I With your kind*permission I shall WE DO OUR OWN GRINDING.10 | t

I ., : M. M. Chambers..... .:....._-.-___._._...Associates._-._._... .__..._..._W. Russell King ., attempt tc express what I believe is : & SON t',
t the sentiment of the greater part of; C. H.
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the student body of the University Florida.
t' ;t r J. Velma Keen. _,- "._ Business Manager : = Jewelers and Opticians. ..
'!i..t e L W. W. Gunn >_____ ._ Assistant Business Manager:; of Florida concerning the question .... ...

=i John H. Carter Jr., ,. ..., .Circulation Manager 1 which you have so ardently supported J

| in the last issue of the Alligator -------' -
: :; Entered as second class matter. September 2S, 1912, at the postotfice at ---- ------ -- "
Fla. under the ;i namely the Y M. C. A.. budget.
Gainesville Act of March 3&1. 1S73.v

I ,:1' Place all coamunicatiens and news items in boxes designated for that j Auditor Graham is authority for r COIVIPANYFOR

t k I ..t purpose in Peabody and Language Halls. the statement that the University of THE THOMAS '

; I| Florida the Y. M. C. A. secre-
I> : ': ; E Rate:-The Florida! Alligator.; $1.58 tile year. i pays I! AND SEE CS BASE BALL: FOOT
: L.. :t tary $li60 a year; pays all individual COME IX OTHER SPORTING GOODS.
1'i'-f THE AERO CLUB. expenses connected with the upkeep i .
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." I j of the Y. 31. C. A. rooms, and has ;
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... : An Aero Club such as to be formed on the University campus daring!| paid for the cost of remodeling the -,- -,- ----------------
'I.' the next few weeks will, if properly conducted mean mush to the University. !i I building, which at present is occupied .

: :s. f The personnel of the dab is,uffieient to vouch for its proper management j i i by the Y. )(. C. A. j Ij Popular PricesBURKH1MS
Goods At
Thus that if the student Popular
i: I ; Then our syHogism lend as to say the Aero Glob will wean much to the Uaivevsfty. j E we see }
i body wishes to support the Y. M. C. -J T-
.t: i The Aero Club vrffl be of worth to the members in tit they will,jthreogh j; fur- i
: A., it will only be required to
1 L 4' r; discussions and papers be enabled to keep abreast of the time in I i nbk the difference' from what the _

i I'r!:' j : that particular fee of activity also.the social features will have some value, t tin t University pays tfc.e secretary $1500.

'f:. '; J time scores.of ex-service men will probably be attracted to the University: aad what be is supposed to receive, ; --- -------------
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$! &4. The Y. M. C. A. item should ---- ----- -- ---
through this medium. : '
be se&icient to supply this deficit of
I :; : In connection with the Aero Club it is rsnsored that perhaps a coarse in \i But r
$700 or about $1.25 per student. i
I'f' aeronautics and subjects will in small be introduced into theE j NEW YORK RACKETAgent
:, germane a way the Y. M. C A. item is $3.dO per THE _
{ E University curriculum to enable those who contemplate commercial flying or \i il' student or a total of about $1800.1For

tic. K: t' its multifold elated industries to secure a foundation in subjects that will ;; what purpose will this $1100 be forFlorsheim
i r advise tbfm of the advisability of this sort of vocation. Certainly at this i iI .need? Shoes

I j j"i&e-. when the eampes is flocked with ex-air men strong impetus rould he ;' that
--- 1 I Certainly it cannot be said itt;
.}' given to such study and the number of men who would enroll would spellS l !'will be used to purchase athletic ;

1' !%' from the beginning for sseh work. because the budget''
I goods proposed -- ---------- ---
,, For the skeptical it is alleged that tae course in -hot ort otherwise. : calls for $1-50 for minor sports. It]

t a "', wiD not be part of the law course-they don'Uneed it. will not be used to meet the expense I
Abstract CompanyB.
Alachua County
k j '""Konk Otto, who is the progenitor of the movement insists that a i of moving pictures or speakers be-: R. Colson, Prefi 1e-nt. .

popular song "Get Them Up: in the Air Boys" will not be part of the ritual ; canoe there U an item of $1.00 for ; Members of American Association of Title Mee. Members of Florida

given new candidates who are introduced into the ordc: brtat the proefivities -. etch of these. The special fund of i Association of Title Men.

t l wll tend to prove that tail spins, side loops and various other contortions $1.00 will meet any unprovided for FLORIDA.
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including the "Jazx" dance ran be navigated en the earth although. or unexpected expense which might
, the initiates wall! probably imagine that they are up in the air. f arise aere, it is evident that the $1100 ;

A cc* nnttes appointed to draft a set of rules and regulations.: to govern will not yet have found a use.

navigation in the ethereal ozone of the cosmic heights reported that others | The Y. M. C. A. is asking for ADVERTISING THE ALLIGATOR PAYSMILLER'S

had 'bet i before them and submitted the following from a current issue of { $1100 from next year's student body:j

CcllierV Weekly: i for a purpose! which it has failed to : __ _______ __ _____ ___on ________ _
j state. If the Y. M. C. A. is such a
"A t 'respondent' writes us protestin&aga Dst the invasion of human rights
: friend .of the student body as it pretends -
Co a fre smell He says that he cannot longer grant his presence: to theatres I
i to be, why is it demanding .
:'O 1ertE. and street cars because of the violence done to the delicacy of ole-
$1108 when it is not essential As
faction l.y the reckfeii ae of perfumery. He goes I see it, the Y. M. C. A. is demanding (;
'Here:i is the"freedom of the shes. I rode to Chicago in a Pullman made j not only enough to pay the secretary jj Ii j

foggy b:' hd otrope. She got off at Buffalo and her place was taken by a bar- i his salary and meet all necessary ; Agent For

rage of violet from a berth in the middle of the ear. My hotel room in the expenses connected with its-manage- >

Windy t *ty had been occupied by one who had checked out but left nine hundred moot, but is asking for $1199 with- !! NUNXALLVS AND WHITMAN CANDIES

cubic feet of solid honeysuckle. At dinner the savor of the food was I out a right. When the Y. M. C. A. TOMKINSON KEY FLORAL CO.

L drowned out by a Johnstown flood of concentrated moan rose from the next show how this $1100 win be need, j t

table. Badly gassed, I went to the theatre and was almost swooned by a lilac jan I one of "the many blemishes on Hs | OF JACKSONVILLE I

anaesthesia trisiag from a beautiful blond coiffure in the seat in front.' i (Continued on- Page Five) '

"We are cot urging a Perfume A Atrmimstrator rationing of odors but, + + + + + + + + + + + .

inclined believe that will have + 1' ------------- ---- --- ---- --- -- -- ------ --
we ere to : perfumery a more permanent place .
in civilization! if it is not put on with a ladle. The Perfume with a Punch + A CORRECTION + '

is not high-grade; true artists among manufacturers. try for delicacy and + + 1
not for distance. The aim of perfume is not to perform for the public's me ,, + + + + 4 + f4 + + 4 + 1

the same function a boiler-works performs for its ear. An emaeaoa' statement regardingthe I Shoes that wear

finding of radical literature in f j ji UNITED SHOE STORE

WHO PAYS i ate .home of Professor Newell L. t 1 1f Agents for Crossett and Educator Shoes.

-- f SfrMaff, appeared in the head of the | I

Walter Camp: writes: I:Scouns story on January: 23d. This :;

&As any politician today. in order to be a howling SWUBM meat promise f I was a mistake, as no literature of a j -- ==----

higher wages and lower cost of living, so! toe athletic authorities at any University ,, radical nature was fouad there by !flaws+4s--- ..----- '

must today promise athletics for aB and a reduction of expenses. The i the authorities although it was so j I GENUINE FRENCH BRL\RPIPES f fa.t

politician cannot possibly make his promise good, nor can the chairman of the I reported by a Gainesville newspaper. prices which cannot be duplicated in the future. We are selling f

Athletic: Committee. No one can raise wages and lower cost of living at one I The report was later corrected by t, them at i4e. 73c and $1.90. .

and the same time and no one can give a man something for nothing in the I the newspaper in question and we ,

athletic line. Bills have to be paid and usually i it is possible to foist them i!I wish to make the matter clear t/) I Ii I North Side of L. C. SMITH, JEWELER I
Square. Gainesville, Ftorift
upon the average man, the one that Professor Sumner calls the forgotten I I i Alligator readers. J ....... -
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man,* the man who works bards, practices economy saves for a rainy day!! MANAGING EDITOR. I:

and in the end helps out all the deficits. : caused by the extravagant the, -
I My Dream GirL
shiftless and the visionary." I Ii I I! vOfc, cm.r. I don't ,want to go to the 4 r

i> White House, the food is too rich.Let's ." GAINESVILLE FRUIT STORE
A splash of vivid color and a touch of martial splendor is imparted to the f to 'DadV. Fancy Fruits
go and Draft
I, Beverages. Cigars Cold Drinks and Bevo Ilk
campus by the appearance of the 36-piece University Band resplende&tly .' Listen Jack, mother doesnt want f Thank You
attired in fine new uniforms. All the den are row fully outfitted, and they me to go to Baird's. 'Take me to the Come Again.

present an imposing array in the aggregate.: There need be no doubt but that Lyric. | .N. S. T A\1\ PAS, Manager.

the appearance as well as the performance of the Band will excite favorable : American Beauties are so flashy! ..
comment n it makes the coming trips to Tallahassee and Palm Beach. i Oh, yes' I adore those cute little! = ,- '
Equipped as it is with trained instrumental soloists,rand with an excellent i 1 pansies. l i -------- --

orch/stra within its own organization, it is a versatile musical organization. i Why if you really insist I'd enjoy f fa .

well worthy of the task: of serenading the fair ones at the Tallahassee State nice big bag of peanuts they are sod i j jnourishing. FORD HEADQUARTERS

College fcr; Women, and capable of entertaining the cosmopolitan crowds at I : I J. R. ALDERMAN
Prop. !
Palm Beach. Diversity will be added to its performances by vocal soloists,i ia Would yon. mind taking me home, The Home of the Famous: MOTOR
vocal quartette, and: a saxaphone quartette also made rp of members of the ";,Jim Pierce' is careless with his ies Supplies and Repairs essor-

Band. ,| Packard, and rd rather walk. t ..
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'ir tone too-spotleas escutcheson will be I "Classy" :
Amoved. i
"L) One of the things hkh: the Amer-I :
F 1 ran points to with pride in the
.r' % great
'21Jvdr 'r)emociacy! of ours, is freedom from!, i In Style
; rI eligtous taxation. It is a right! of Furniture and House Furnishings can be found at

/ I l 5, \1 khich we have acquired only with the' fabric and :
; l'>rice of human life and one we should! 1
)#' eakuwly guard. If every student,! JOHN "FURNITURE" SEAGLE
i, Beat It For |t! whether he be Hebrew or Gentile,;: i tailoringSold
whether he believes in the Y. M. C. A.'!
r >r not. be required to $3.00 in''! !l
: Bailey's |I:,upport of that organization fori i .1 on basis of

i 'Hgious purposes alone-is there!j 1- : :: ; ;;:;; Quality suit
t Tampa's i|' J my more than religious taxation? \;3::::_::: .:> :: _::: : .. : ::;:- = = ; every

The student body of the University 1 i 11 guaranteed to give
? '>f Florida is not so narrow minded:Ur
YOUNG MEN'S > selfish that it will not support a JT 1 j 'T PALM PARLOR"ICE satisfaction or mon i I

STORE {j: :.worthy cause, always in the past the i g ey back. ; I
student body has been loyal to those j i( A
1 things, which have pointed to a greater -;,, CREAM\ DE LUXE i Snappy You n g : : I
-' t? Florida and it will continue to be. f \ i
0 so.; It has supported the Alligator: 'J. ; Men's, and more con- f
New Spring Models : ; j i [ Popular and Classical Sheet Music. High Grade Candies.Crane's f? !
; and Seminole.Vhj. ? Because these I servative models for
I'worthy publications have been a help! 1 k.I Exclusive Stationa ..
i in tl :and an enjoyment to the student body.' i( i' older men. ;

These publications, stand on their;i gown r;: :::==: == =;: :::: =: -:==::: ;:==.. == ::: ::::= r= =::.. :
SUITSHATS : merits. They are accomplishing I_ Hart Schaffner &
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their: .purpose and are being ardently i 1- ,
: supported by the student body of itsI I,, Marx\ Suits] i
i iI
rr. own free will and not because of a>;i I
[; budget system. Why: has not the 1 I THE WHITE HOUSE $40 to $55 i i
t :, student body given the Y. M. C. A. I 1i

the same support"? The answer is' One of Florida's Best Hotels "Society Brand"Suits
4 -- i; evident: the Y. M. C. A. is not de- i J
I Ion '
livering the goods. It cannot stands Rates from $3.30 to $5.00 per day, American Plan.
il 8 its own merits, and hence it must'
ij Prices Marked in Every Room.S. .
If the $45 to $65LEVY'S4
1 tax the students for support. :
WE HAVEI Y.1.. C. A. had given the students OGDEN CHADWICK, !
: that which they look for and expect I
I THE STOCK i. from such an organization, they Manager. I IL
would be unanimous in support of it. .I

___ _ u. 1 i It is not the Alligator or the Semin-
; ole which is asking for this budget, (., Hay and Hogan Street.JACKSONVILLE .
because they are supported without II ;

BAILEYTHE ; it, but it i is the Y. M. C. A. which Students Laundry Club FLA. .I ,
seems to be very unpopular on ,
since it reminded most
CLOTHIER jjj of us of the sacredness of a pledge." All Your Laundry Done Weekly
I in its hopt to gain a support which; : ADAMKATZ&GO.
203-207: Lafayette St. y j i the student body evidently thinks it : $2.00 PER MONTH : ,
is not entitled, the Y. M. C. A. has

TA3IPA, FLORIDA n? : offered a budget demanding the If it isn't worth $2.00 per month to keep CORRECT CLOTHES
_.. greater part for itself and including
-- .' ::=:': and Alligator all clothes well laundered 'em
items for the Semin :e your wear

"c+ with shall be the adopted expectation on the that merits the of whole the i dirty. We don't have to ,room with you. I'I'i FOR MEN

HOTEL HILLSBORO latt r. It is a budget for students
publication with a "rider" for the Y. ,

TOP 0' TOWN M. C. A, but a budget which will READ THE ADS IN THE ALLIGATOR
I II place in the coffers of the Y. M. C. A. YBOR CITY, FLA.

I a total of $6.50 from every studs:<:.t; ,___ .n___ .__.____
Y. M. C. A. $3.00; movies $1.00; j r
minor sports $1.50, and Lyceum $1.00. '
The Faculty Committee refused to DROP IN :IJ.' w 1. McCollurn & Co. -
budget and in- :
[ accept the proposed DRUGGISTS \
T.TIP.FLA.. | formed its originator who first submitted -:: I "The Rexall Store" Gainesville.;
.it to the student body that he: Agents for
:. could not have its support in such an. You'll Be \Welcome 1ethcr or Not You Decide to Buy LIGGETS and NORRIS' CANDIBS
undertaking. Yet contrary to its.
DICK REID wishes, the budget has been offered. I

MEN'S FURNISHINGS not The over-weigh opinion of a the few student alumni should body.j Otlo F1 Stock : (IF ITS PRINTING SEND H

TAMPA FLA. Remember it is not the alumni who TO PEPPER
will be called upon to pay the $15.00
Loose leaf books and supplies
-- -- uu. budget and it cannot be said that they
are more interested in a greater Flor- ; TAILORAlteration PEPPER PRINTING COMPANY

PICTURES :nJ PICTURE FRA1iESNon.II ida than the present and future stud- Phone 136.

This budget stands or falls on its Cleaning Pressing
: on merits. Will the student b'dy
hot the Y. M. C. A force such a th:ner Phone 35-1. Gainesville. Do Business With
ilance! i- *he pi;<','
. Greeting Cards c n if Eternal PHIFER STATE BANK
,.r fo .,,10-.1. OSCAR: H \ORT()\

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'. : ; HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes '

I, U Every suit guaranteed or money refunded I J@,: 05 05 ,. n TRADE MARK


: : :'h. WOLF BROTHERS :

". r' tobacco-every tobacco-tastes better in a W D C
'.'. r; ", 808 FRANKLIN ST. THE HOME: OF HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX TAMPA ANY Our own specially seasoned and carefully selected
.... f;. L" : : French briar makes it so. Add to this the supercraftsman-
: ':.. : I ship of the Demuth workers, and you'll! not wonder that we
a,! .. .. i! = claim pre-eminence in the quality of our pipes. Ask any
,- t' --'- -- ---- '! good dealer.

.F;;!ft! m Y. M. C. A. SECRETARY Baird for cooler Hdwe.._.Co.. ...,. .galv...... .-.pipe.. 1.76 I SPORTING GOODS i == WM. DEMUTH Sc., .CO..NEWYORK.
: Geo. -White, salary90.00 -- 1- '" ** _
l! 1 GIVES FINANCIAL Des Moines Convention, reg-
: istration fee ......................_. 25.00; i KODAKS l __ =--
: 1 ', Geo. E. White, salary..__......... 90.00 ,!
. REPORT | Pepper Printing Co., pledge I!
: )' :j j cards ........................._......._.. 1.50 j -_- -;t" = :. =::.:. ::::- .:::::..::: :: :::: ::::::.:: ::::--::: --:5I::
:' 1f.: :
That the University Y.1.. C. A. ,; Southern Telephone, telephone I Baird
'r.llj": ;: has good use for all the available j ........m....-......__.......-.... 3.11 i i Hardware Co. :
J r t : muney, and some additional, is shown 1"Mrs. J. H. Colson, supper for ; Phone 7. Gainesville. ; The Book
i dt: : E. in the report of the secretary and committee ......m.................... 25.00 1 University StoreBasement
: 1!j. treasurer, which will be read in chapel ,1! Morris Cannon Co., insurnace 6.25 ---- -- -----
! h t:(, this morning. There are many expenses '!H. Will Nelson, back salary.. 300.00 '
.!; (1f to meet, and although there are ,<.I Geo. E. White, traveling expenses + Basement Language Hall

-,t 'f A;; a large number of pledges which are,'; .......................___......h. 50.00 II LILIENBLUMBICYCLES f t
i L;' :: I i'': scot all collected, and more money for Southern Telephone, tele- ;
i 'I', t r Jthe: "Y must be forthcoming if "it ,: phone ......_....h___.........._........ ...86G II + NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIONERY
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t : >$ carries en its work here. j; <"O. E. White, salaJ1. 90.00 1. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS, FRESHMAN:
!! I The report is as follows: Southern Telephone, telephone .
; Combined reports of the Secretary ___ __.____.... 4.06 f CAPS, ETC.
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; rand Treasurer of the Y. M. C. A.: ; ,
Pledged. Pakl. \! Total ..._...._...___.__...._.............1369.02 r f\
By students............$1,080.25 $ 664.00 i i IIIGGINEOTHAM BROS.On .
By parent........... 126.00 126.00 Expenditure of Note, May 29, 1919, {r Everything For The Students ,
By faculty.... _........ 118.50 00.50 }$3 O.OO: your way to the University +

B"y citizens i of | Athletic equipment, piano tables DRINKS and GROCERIES I :..:=..::: ..:: _:.. =::::: ::.::: :: .-, -=::::. =: = ::: := =::ro .
Gainesville ._.-.... 423.00 200.00: typewriter, song i -- .
books Bibles ...____.......___.......$ 305.00 -- ----
Totals .$1,747.75 1,050.50; ;) j Stamps for letters to parents 18.00 ,
1 roll of wrapping paper3.03
.Amount on hand, Sept. 23, I; Pepper Printing Co., membership -
1919 .$ 84.8S cards ....__....___._ 4.51 Everything in Groceries Gainesville Furniture Co.
amount deposited to Feb. 3, i Freight on equipment........... 5.38 --
1920 1,. 9-t.99 Interest on note__._.......__......... 14.08 For Goodness Sake Drink

Total of above ...._.--....-__....1,479.87 !' Tctal hm.._......................_._._..$ 3:>0.00'
i D. R. COX, Proprietor.
Florida National Bank, Note Balance in bank Feb. 31920._$ 110.85' .

May 29, 1019 ...........-.-...._..$ 3dO.OO j Note due Florida National ; HOE 8 Phone 86
Florida National Bask, Note I j Bank, Aug. 3, Itt'.20nu.ou 300.00

Jan. 16, 1920 ..-.___..__........ 366.00
President A. A. Murphree's endorsement i H B. M. TENCH H
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Total ..................?.........".--.....$ 656.06 i ar I of the report follows: j : :: -..:. -__ :_=_::z:: __:.:.s>- : ":: : :. :-='':<>:__=::: ___ ==.;::

Mr. George E. White, j;' O Gainesville 0 + DO BUSINESS WITH

Chester Harrold, lemons. Secretary, University Y. M. C. A. j
cakes, sugar .....................;::..$ 17.S9 i : THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
Campus. i;
Pepper Printing Co, pap r. 37.00 t ;3 3I E Florida. E J
Hair J) Hdwe. Co., nails, putty ,94ic. i j My dear Mr. White: I "The New. Million Dollar Bank". Resources Over $2OWOOfl.)

II. E. White, salary.............. 90.00 have carefully read the com i. .
K. H. Graham, lumber........___. 15.00 I j biDed reports. of the Secretary and < S HOE 8 t!:::::::. :: :; 2:::: 't:::: ;:=::r
Flo.ida Nat. Bank note._..... 350.00 I Treasurer of the Y. Si. C. A., and
T. B. Rawls, baseballs............ I!" : ----- -- .- -. r
hereby approve the same. I am surprised -
Roberts A Son, 700 handbooks I
................................_... 146.50 that you have been able to accomplish The Alachua Restaurant and Lunch Room
Southern! Telephone, tele- i so much on the money you > >:-' ":DiiiH : << .
: :
phone .. ... 5.65: have had. I note with particular
pride and satisfaction payment of j Th'eefl.L FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
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back salary due Mr. H. W. Nelson : I
vho was the student secretary here Half Block from Atlantic Coast Line Der- t.
!in 1915-16. I also note the pledges :::! SN PY.u.. .. t \
:-.::. ." .. Telephone 5e7. Fb.
: '
-: Gainesville
Jue from various sources. I assume -;' :'--: -: .'
TAMPA, FL.S1NI'i'ARY ..-.\. hat there will be no difficulty in c.liecting :: -

:: -- .:::- :'--: :.:._ :::: ,, With balance beet Sincerely wishes due ,on. yours.these. > .Iiii.itjf!! ( ::: :: :.i # -

Ij j Mrs. Charles H. :Morse er.tevt tin ..i i UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

GAINESVILLE FLORIDA., for Mrs. McCollum, of Gain .=\ ,u. ,
: ::: .::- :-: :::--::: :: ::.: president of the State Federation I. -
Woman's Clubs at a besutif.l ,:;n- -r
Osceola Frd: -,- -.
ner at Lodge on oBetting.
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Members of the executiveboard ::/. AT RtL ::r
-Florida Barber ShopFOR of the Woman's Cluiwr: :>SO ):i': FOUNTAINS: :: I DORAN'S BICYCLE SHOPEast
STUDENTS AND guests of the occasion and :: was regretted Main Street.
West Side of Square Gainesville. members :from attending. Winter t I AND REPAIRS

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