The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00273
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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
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: February 27, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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The Florida Jililgator

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-;:: HERE
Meeting to be HeW in Tampa, :,
J WRESTLING :, ii Honor of President A. A. Murphree. |L IS LINING UP ; FLORIDA.CLUB .


: I l i CF GIRLS LIKE IDEA University alumni throughout the !',. FATHER CONOLEY-WILL DIRECT '!I DEBATES SOONMarshall II
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finer and Yancy Have Charge of !! VERSITY organized for a cam- i UNIVERSITY MINSTRELS-HAD '!
Mat Ar Toarnament Will be CLASSES HAVE I !aign to make a Greater Florida, 1 j i CHARGE OF ENTERTAINMENT t tI and Crofton Will be Alternate

I HeM Soon. i ii.| ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES !1I 'when President A. A. Murphree and1' AT CAMP DKVRNS.j In Ixmfeiaaa Sta te-FItHWa I
'i.f i. I I I''F. M. O'Byrne the latter secretary I!.I Debate.With .
* j Names Announced and Picture Will of the Alumni make --- I t
* Association, will :j i Plans Made for Greater Minstrel : 2
Appear in j '
Seminole ;j
With UnirerMty :i trip to Tampa and other points in 1 i I Than Ever Before as Large Amount W. W. Chambers and H. R.

tc"rI BASEBALL SCHEDULE FOR : Classes! ,the State, where they will meet with I|i i of Talent Has Shown Up. : DeSilva representing Florida against i 1
f SEASON 1920 # Ad Florida men and present to them
Tallahassee girls have elected I the Louisiana State University here in : "
needs of the \
f ----- spon- University. They will I I The University of Florida Greater
Mar. 24-Rollins College at. 3t I. sors for the University classes, and !I.urge their support in the coming po- .! Minstrels) are fast ;', April the prospects look bright for a i :
rounding into
, Winter Park. their pictures will appear in the Sem- j| i iitical campaign insofar that the candidates p 'Gator victory ,

I t' Mar. .-Rollins College at *' I mole, with the classes, which they : i for the next Legislature be I i shape for their sixth annual tour. Rehearsals ;! At a tryout held in Peabody audi- ; .

f Winter Park. sponsor The following message has I 11 i urged to give the University their are being held regularly in '! torium last Monday evening, Chambers I
I Ii t Mar. 26.-Stetson University I been received by Van E. Hug editor !. !heartiest support. I the gym and a very kaleidescope of;' and DeSilva were selected to de- !i

i If I t at DeLand. of the' Seminole: / This campaign' by the president o : songs, dances, jokes, etc., are being bate L. S. U. here in April on the j

II i t Mar. 27.-Stetson University "Van E. Huff, Editor Seminole: '! the University t of Florida, and th? i ij collected to be hurled'at the unsuspecting I' I '
question Resolved "That 1
"Florida : ; the coal
fat DeLand. State Woman's College i j secretary of the Alumni Association j public in one full swoop. 1 1I

I f Apr.Stetson: : University greatly pleased: and honored at request i i is not of a political nature, but is j ",White this is a purely amateur organization j:,' mines of the United States should be I

at High Springs. ;, : of University of Florida to elect': i merely to gain support for the University j with, such .a rich field of i iI owned and operated by the Federal f'

1 1r I Apr. 9.-Palmer College at I If sponsors for college classes. They j by clearly presenting the i ii talent to choose from, it is. planned to I Ii i iI j Government." A. P. Marshall and I

f D Funiak Springs. have been elected and wish to know i pressing needs of the jnstitut =n. I round off the "amateurish edges" and :' L. C. Croften were chosen as alter
10. Palmer College at I when: photographs must be ready. Let : put ,
I Apr. Secretary O'Byrne recently gave on 8 production that would do nates. A large number of contestants ;
I DEFnniak Springs. '* me know at once for some delay may i J :out the following interview: ;j ji credit to any professional treup on the ,
f Apr. 12.University of Ala- !, be necessary for them to be taken. ', icad today. The..tromp will consist of'|' were out and showed up plenty of f II \
j In
recent circular letter '
I: i t tI a to the
j barT*.at University,_ .Jjvj "FRANCES SHELLY. ,1almmnL4lte 35 men, most of whom will "double" j!I good material. : .;
J t- secretaryasked the alom
f Apr. 13.-University of Ala- I;" **AY n'$"Vequest"( the University ni in the various communities to or-1 f i in some part of the show. All of the I Chambers came to Florida from the

f baipa at University. '. men each college class of F. S. C. has j|. ganize so that they could more efec- I entire troup has not been picked by i ii i Ohio Weslyn this year, and is a member a alt

t Apr. 14.-Howard University i I elected four girls to act as sponsors i Lively work for the advance of their j i i any manner of means, and a number'i of the Sophomore class of the

-.. I at Birmingham. I 1 j Ifor, the corresponding class of the j ji t 15. Howard University i University. The to'' : who wishes to try out ,
Apr. sponsors are received signifying the willingness o'! { has debated' for Ohio Weslyn and i-
,, ha\e their pictures in the :' At the beginning of the season an.
at Birmingham. i University i the alumni to do so, but also their the right ra'wi to represent Florida.

Apr. 16. Birmingham i *'i j I Annual; their principal duties are to I 1 :desire for assistance. As one Tamp ,i attempt was made to get the service iI I II : DeSilva is from Pensacola, Fla., i
Southern College at Birming- bring about co-operative, and friendly ': of Lester Lucas, of Ocala, as director, J
j the class
| :alumnus expressed it: "It is hard to and is a member of Center of
ham. relations: between I but our euoTts'were fruitless and we
our own college and I i i j
1 get any attendance at a meeting of the Teachers' College. As a speakf
the University. The I at loss to who to get. He
,* Apr. 23.-Rollins College at following girls were a a1 ,
an organization unless there is he is prominent on the campus, winning -
have been chosen From I seemed'to be the only available person i
Gainesville. : the Senior j jw'lo
some special occasion or some par- in the Junior Oratorical contestlast
Apr.: 24.-Rollins College at : class; Frances Shelly, Florence Whar- j, ocular attraction. It would be pos- I had any experience with the pro- !jductlon j// year and representing Peabody In
ton Wood Davis of shows. It looked for a while 1
Gainesville. j Mary and Edna
;( 3ible to get a crowd together for a the race for the faculty cup. Mar
Williams I a- !if we would! have to drop the Mini i
t I ; from the Junior class, -
!'luncheon, a dinner or a smoker in shall and Crofton are also well kn vvu _
* *, # # 'i Grace Earle Hildreth, Mildred Haile, i honor: of Dr. Murphree, if he would'j! sTels f:o- want of a guiding hand, iI i iI as debaters: and 'are members of th .
I j Ernestine Mitch'ell and Amy Mackin- I b'-t providence came to our rescue in iI j
come to Tampa. We think that a | College of Law.
In addition above schedule, I I
to i tie form of John Conciy, of ;
I son; from the Sophomore class, Helen :: smoker would be preferable," etc. J Father Peabody Announce? Subject. .
there is hope of a series with GeorgiaTech Cainesvillc.! who' after deal of :
Harris Elizabeth Robinson I a great
Inez Ho- '' has
II Similar letters have been received J | The Peabody Club selected ay
! here, and also a series with 1 1j (Continued on Page Two.) ':
and Elise Turnbull the
Auburn sufficient gan ; from i I from alumni at other points. The j : the subject for its debate with tl.t'
at Tallahassee. if .
j Freshman class Frances Harris, Elmo
i ij Lawyers, the question: Resoht:
I across.money can The be games raised with to put Tech the deal will j Bullock Louise Grumbles ;and Ruth 1 secretary up with immediately Dr. Murphree look the and matter has- j!j [IRS S PARADE HELD : "That Congressmen should be elect:,"1' z -.

I Drawdy. -eeured his consent to make such a j i at large in the State of Florida
]probably! be played April. 26-27 while _
trip. March 20th has been settled This will be the second of the inter
the Auburn will probably bi : M5PECTION AGAIN !
games debates, the first to take rclae"
_.J flayed April 7-8. ;GIRLS DRAMA CLUB ipon definitely-as the date on which j society .
- \ the- alumni of Tampa will tender a i i --- between the Ag men and the En?:R
Due to bad the team ha<
t Smoker: to Dr. Murphree and will OTI With the color flying and the ,
: TO BE HERE SOON : eers.The
not been doing much work for the i I qpnize for the purpose of supporting I band playing, the University Battalioe Ag students have already selected -

past week but with prospects for: j I I ___ i( the University of Florida. The fol- ir! full uniform held its first dress I i the question to be used in th.'

Pleasant weather the men are settling I !; lowing week meetings will be held at parade: of this Wednesday after- Florida-Louisiana debate as the one
Dramatic= Club from t.e ,FIorI year
down work and in '
to hard aCouple for their match with the engineers,
I i Ida State Woman's College will visit I I other points.. While other dates have n-Ion with Col. George S. Goodale, *
of weeks, things will be whipped | and'they will meet March 12th.
: into 1! the University in about three weeks, I not been settled upon definitely, te II E:st 'ct Insoector R. O. T. C., S. E. 1
shape. The second debate in the inter-;; -
i and 'put on a show, according to Dr. j tative arrangements are being made ,Deft, units, and Captain Bloxham ,
Coach Arthur Phelan, formerly : ciety series will take place on March
I Edward Conradi, who spoke in chapel i as follows: Ward Commandant of Cadets, as re- j
second-sacker for the Chicago Cubs, 15, between'the lawyers and teachers.
r March :22, Bradentown. vewlnsr.officers.
j Tuesday morning. !1 I IWednesday i ii
swill ? this team having
take charge of the squad Monday March 23 Arcadia. After the winning
i Colonel Good-
I The members of the Board-' of Qon- morning
and will get the down to work atnce. I j the lowest average will debate th"
men trol seem pleased! at the performanceof March 24, t fa'e inspected the Battalion, and ac-J' _4
Fair society, and the winner -
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Phelan is best known to -
March 25 Orlando.
the University band in Tallahassee cording to the talk which he made at
" fans as manager of the Barton- March 26, Ocala.It I tI conclusion seemed well j of this debate, debates with the
:! last week, and so will allow the :e' pleased'!
team during the last weeks of the is the desire of the officers of here remaining team for the cup.
girls to come here in return. with the progress of the work i
1!19 1 | The council that
debating requests
State League season. the Alumni Association to affect
j i The following was received by Dr. I C1. Goodale spoke of the summer j
those have their de-
: who not paid
Among the members of the squad' t J A. A. Murphree from Bryan Mack, strong organizations at these and cr.mp'at Camp Benning, Columbus,'j,
.! I bating fee, will it to T. D. Williams s
this pay
year are several old-timers: Hart Secretary of the Board of Control: many other points in the State. The Ga., and recommended that men eligible !

Cetzen, Leo Wilson, W. M. Madison 1 I "The boys of the band by their gentlemanly :I needs of the University will be pre- j for the camp take their training I: as soon as possible. A, large

and Ray; Oglivie, in the outfields; ,J conduct, fine music and elegant sented at that time, namely, the need i there. This is the second inspection j 1 i, number of men have paid this, but

George Hartman, J. W. Liddon and I manners, captivated Tallahas-:lof I another dormitory, the completion made of the Battalion this year. many: living off the campus have not,

I $enry Gray, pitchers, and Captain C. see. and they certainly reflected credit I i I of the mess hall an administration i i Uniforms for the entire Battalion'I''I'i and the money will be needed in a =

--I. Hardee, catcher. All of these men upon themselves and the University of I I building including a suitable audito- !1 are here and in order that every man I short time.

'are Bearers of the baseball "F." to rium and equipment for the wing of ; have full additional
Florida.: You have every reason : i may a equipment, an The mammoth hotel to be erectedon :
Wrestling. be proud of them. : the Engineering Building and the other shirt will be issued at the Munyon Island by Harry

Wrestling enthusiasts are working "I believe that the visit of the boys I buildings to be erected, the needof I end of'this week. So the recruits Kelsey will be twelve stories in

tvery afternoon in the Gym under the will do much to bring the Universityand I raising the appropriation for run- won't have to go to bed now, while height and one of the finest in the

(Continued-on" Page Two) the College closer together." (Continued> on Page Two.) their one lone shirt is being washed. South.1920 .
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;, CAMPAIGN FOR A r I mile and a half or two miles from the 1"-- -j E NICK D4JVIATO I I
." ; {i Because of the small appropriation For Drugs, Stationary, Toilet HIGH GRADE i ir I
I: (Continued from Page One.) ;|tat the last session the sum that we Articles, Candies, Souvenir

ning expenses so that we can raise 1 j.will have to secure at the next ses- Cards, Waterman's r TAILORING !i NOT CREDIT
sion will seem large, but we cannot Pens.
the professors salaries to keep them;
'! postpone the matter any longer. We t 1 N'eit door to McCoIluni'a Drug Store.
: from: leaving for private employment I f i I:are face to face with a need which ;, ---" -- ----" Phone 511.
or to schools where a higher salary ;,i.i must be supplied if Florida is to keep "''I I _
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standard prevails.It pace with other Universities. Our ; -;

is recognized that all members J Ji j I slogan for the campaign to come will J.SJOD1FORD \'4S
!!be this: t tI I Ii ..
i to the next Legislature will undoubtedly II t .f
The question for the Legislature I
: be elected on a platform of rigid i DRUGGIST i
i. to decide is whether Florida will have I .
economy in government, for economy schools of high standing with capacity i it

T is the government slogan now, while
or whether they will be .
f the people spend lavishly and the com- --------"
;polled! to seek higher education beyond !
'f profiteers grow fat It is for th" ; the*State." .t AVOID THE'"FLU"EAT I l er I

1 reason that it is of the utmost i'1tt' .; -
portaaee that we find out at an early I -- ,
date exactly how much we will have BASEBALL SCHEDULE i : .:

; I t' wail: the coming Legislature for and \i t FOR 1923:! ANNOUNCED I Ii i

then if poaoibw.: 'We wast ?*-ejre tAt (I ; I
pledge of every candidate to support 1 c 1 I I (Cootinuai From Page One) i WISELY AND WELL Many customers have not denied i
this direction of Henry Warner and Maicoha '! .
; I appropriation. want more: That their tailor they have tried
:; t f than generalities _and high sounding Yancy and... .the. annual wrestling- : Rx. TRY MOLAR One they once have patronizedAnd
tournament will begin within the next ;; I
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pnrases e need definite dissatisfied.Bat
promise of I has left them
I few weeks. 'I I Ii ''S i 3 3t
support. If every candidate is pledged I t
Those interested in this are : you see my trade is such i
r i. sport
j jrequested
for I
; us, we are safe, no matter how f DRINK I
: I Ir : I dare not reveal too muchI
; to see Warner, Fancy or ] -
; the :goes. A candidate who I
1 is opposed to properly supporting oar some member of the Wrestling Club :1\r : stall welcome your approach I
;aDd instructions will be given free I < With a firm hand. haking clutch.
of higher learning is t
of ; between 5 and 6 every afternoon. Your all welcome and dear to me I
worthy a place in our Legislature. i, 1 1p
.1 The situation at the University is club is composed of only those men j t : As the boys of the University i i iI 1J J 1I

I critical. We have been proud of oar i who hare wrestled in the finals. j ji i t HARMLESS, BUT OUR I I try to charge the smallest fee I
I standing in the past. We wish to be I Champions of the various weights are : Which is one's best remedy. i;

; proud of it in the future. Our appropriations -[gives medals by the club at the conelusion ;t: COFFEE IS GOOD. I II i ii )
j of the tournament. Other '
1' were cut terribly at the last ,
session of the (I wrestling announcements will be made ,
while most .
I schools were advancing. We cannot ;later. :I j,I t tI JACKSONVilLESPORTiNG ....
-! continue to stand stilt We .u

must AND "QI
either go forward or backward. The' tt. GOODS
! i majority of the faculty are staying on :'j (Continued from Page One) I t I New Spring Jlodels Now on

for much less than they could receive' peisaaabn has consented to help us t i COMPKrY Display-$ *.0O to $40.99.
.J elsewhere :md are merely'waiting to out ;
-' see what the next session of the Legislature Father Coooley was a chaplain in f BE MERRY iWE t "The Sportsman's Store"* II, MEN'S FASHION SHOP

does for us. If it does not *: the array and was stationed at Camp Ii Iil 11
come to our rescue, we will lose pril : Deveas, where he had entire charge of t f I i 9 West Bay Street. Phone ':-15 I:I Tampa Florida

tictUy ell of our teaching staff thatis the entertaimneets for a post of some t SERVE MUSIC WITH t'.' Jacksonville, Fla. Ii

really desirable, for the besc professors 48,006 soldiers whose morals sank to #

are those who have the most'openings. the lowest ebb after the singing of t OUR :\IEALS"D DO ,. -- - -- "- -" "- ---_-_-"U
the anai"5tft.1e>r selecting his I i ,
Oar donutories are crowded. Poor troop of entertainers, (some 300), ,
boys are staying in roods intended they were housed in separate barracks I IDd OUR DARNDEST TO t

for three, and even then the dormitc- : detailed to no duty except that i iETr- THCLOTHIE>
ries cannot take care of them all T which was assigned i to them in the t TO MAKE YOU FEEL AT ii I.BU

city is too far away and students cannot way various shows that were to be Istage.J. i I.
do their best work and room -- In the course of a few HOME. :
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Students' Laundry Club i j i f IOI 'lAR'S-DINING! I t I NiurF SED I

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All Your Laundry Done Weekly i f..1 _
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$2.00 PER MONTHIf ", '

it isn't worth $2.00 per month to keep -shows months ever the produced of the largest in this amateur country j CROP IP! J

all your clothes well laundered, wear 'emdirty. II! were staged, both in Camp Devens and-
the surrounding New England towns..
We don't have to room:with you. il. Father Coooley himself: wrote all the 1
;s i ianinif and You'll Be We.come Whe*:;.er or Not You Decide to Buy !
1 plots personally directed the pro-I j
d-.1 tions. In the last production,
------- ""- which was an Oriental Extravaganza,. I rf AI. i iiiOa j

nfafigffiffigfanifi over $..oo was expended OB costumes Ot' St"

inifi ,and scenery before the first curtain J

KNIGHT & WALL CO. roseFather Coooley revealed a deep, TAB LOR i
dark secret. **Sssss-h," he says."Fellows .; t

ifi hi I'm an old "Gatar! I went :
!ifiifi DEALERS IV ALL SORTS OF to the University years ago. when it,

inS was in Lake City. That is the real Alteration Cleaning Pressing:
inifi Athletic and Sporting Goods bRin
reason I consented to kelp you oat, it Phone 354. Gainesville.
ifi if? is the first chance I have ever had to
ifiifi TAMPA.: FLORIDA inLf
really do something
$ hoot '-And the men are certainly ,
na;- uizx3i.roui2uriinaurufisi2urisii f-ti' | | uTi3uiiri2Ctui grateful for his help. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR "FOR FLORIDA" i

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Ladies Ready to Wear, Dry Goods, Notions Curtains and LARGE WASH ROOM FREE.

ATHLETIC UNION SUITS, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00AND
Curtain Materials and Window Shades



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...A+ + + + + + + + + + + + + +. .. Mt ,;.. 1\\ !
Farr Literary. + A Deep Subject. ;';
I + :-I':
''}Irs. J. M. Farr has been elected by i + ,Iftk J ,
1 + + + + + +, + + + + + + : 1
't& Farr Literary Society as sponsor I ;
: J
an appreciation of her continual and| Dedication of Neptun'is, the great I J4i J\ I : I.
I undersea summer resort, with its :
inspiring; interest :
j concrete and glass thousand-mile Tongues
g the regular meeting :Monday i t.
At I j esplanade: on the bottom of the ocean '
the society was entertained: \ I Ii
d, night by I I :
some humorous readings by P. H. Gil.JL I. I Speech between man ind the vegetable ;

;I, len. Current events were briefly dig- kingdom established vee-\\i orwurcmoesould 1 "

* .cussed by W. R. King. The society Mars at last joins the .
voted to begin the meetings promptly I Planets. I 4> -
!:;L at 6:45: hereafter and every member, Thc/flatness of the Universe es- i Talk I f. :

! is asked to take notice. I tablished. .

I'!" Next Monday night Dr. Crow will r I

an address. This address has Radium anniversary of tee! marriage I :
'.give of Adam and-Eve, *,vhc ate alive .. ;-; j
forward to for time. .
looked some
been addition, there will be a debate on and well. in Saturn. : THEY'D TELL A FAR MORE INTERESTING STORY THAN ANY WE , In COULD THINK OF. THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY FROM THE 't t
Y. M. C. A. budget Students of the U. of V. are prompt
". proposed
in their
handing photos in to the: Feni- I
Every member is requested to be present mole. WERE TRIMMED, FINISHED AND SENT TO ONE OF, THE THREE V' ;:

I"! and on time.Gadsden. I II i c I : PORTER STORES TO BECOME PART OF THIS GREAT ORGANIZA- : ':'rx,

I '*- Beef steak and chocolato: pie are :o TION'S POPOGANDA OF QUALITY. .A. ;:: .
Club. I <1 '\
I t I served at the U. of F. Commons :o .. iI'

Students of Gadsden county met I I'e BLACK, BROWN AND TAN LEATHERS IN LASTS THAT FIT THE ,
I' last Wednesday night and organized I l Fourth, Dimension thrown open to I II i FOOT COMFORTABLY AND CORRECTLY, <) .:,! *
themselves into a club. The object of:I sight-seers free of charge.Annas 1
, club is to use its influence to get i I Mirabilis; 1952 G ''I I IG
' this
: :! By Benjamin De Casseres..; Everything: that Men and Boys Wear !
,;" the'boys> back home to come to Flor- ,
ida. The majority of the boys of I First non-step flight of a winged I

Gadsden county have always been going I man across the,Atlantic: ocean. I -.0 (

I to school 'at other schools than : I ..
Heard at the Commons.
Florida, and it is hoped that the club I. .
( ,: i i "Well," said the waiter to the student -i .
change this custom. .
can I
who had just had his coffee '
cup .j
j .
Officers elected were as follows; I
!! refilled for the seventh time, "ycu & .t
I President, R. J. McPherson; vice- 1 :.! ;
must beery fond of coffee. ,
E. F. McLane secretary- 4) .0
J president II ;
; : "Yes, indeed, answered the stud-
I Jeff treasurer Davis., V. W. Fletcher; reporter, ent, "or I wouldn't be drinking so o Corner Bay and Laura Jacksonville Fla. : Mt 1 II
much water to get a little.

Denton Engineering Society. i I Y. 31. C. A. GIFT TO {.;f 'I II

At the regular meeting of the Benton AMERICAN LEGION I ." V9 t). .. : : ,1 1I
society last Monday .
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three very interesting talks were de- ; A gift of more than $300,000;:) from I'' "'JI =ya"1" :: 1 I(' isassaHSffi HSfiififfiffiffiifiis5i- 4$ I
livered to the few members of the society !j the National War Work Council of'' fi

.-. that were present. i iMr. the Young Men's Christian Association -
Theatre & CROSBY CO.
Etheridge spoke on "Why I Am I has been accepted by the National ,; Lyric ; HIw
Committee of the American fi. w
Studying Engineering, and brought J Executive
out some very good points, showing 1.j I Legion, it was announced in Indianapolis fi NOTED FOR QUALITY !gj '_ -

the great field open to engineers. Mr.: j j on February 10. The i i! i:S DIAMONDS, FINE JEWELRY, CHINAWARE, &
Gillis gave current events, reporting) money is the surplus left in the Y. M.'! FRIDAY GLASSWARE AND SILVERWARE !g

on several interesting engineering i t C. A. treasury after remittance by Bert Ljtell in "The Right _cf Way"i i: 11, Wet Ray Street. Jacksonville Florida jij

projects: now underway. W. A. Mc- ( the American and French Govern- \ SATURDAY I!!:i I

Key spoke on "Valuation of Railroad jProperty j ments of transportation charges for' "Tower of Jewels" with Corinne ,i ii' g CLASS GS-\lED.ALS-THOpnIES SK
," telling some of the ways i I I post supplies during the world war. j! Griffith. i iMONDIY i iI !: ;;n

engineers! meet problems that are!I The money, it was said, will be held I "F::;iTT !KL: !HiWffiSi! HHnilSjasyiSyffiifi! :;! i!. Yi!: !R: !Ii! .dS
brought before them.It by the legion as a trust fund for five |
is hoped that more members will II years. There are norestrictions as (Not yet bcoked.) !i'

attend the metings, as the programsare to its uss. At the conclusion of the I TUESDAY j il ilI = j$ ffi$ S :Rfi .
interesting and well war Y. M. C. A. officials reported a '
very prepared I GeraMine Farrar in "The World and |I ,
!; t deficit of $1.43SOS4.14, but. remittances : Its Women"WEDNESDAY I

;,; -Farr---Literary."- French by governments both the of American transportation and ,I i iI I SOUTHERN MUSIC .CO. I Ig

the $500,000 sur booked.)
Mrs. J. 'V. Farr was unanimously charges resulted in I (Not yet i iI.
plus. The letter from the Associationoffeiing I. ADAMS STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLA. jg
elected as sponsor for the Farr Liter-
ary Society, at the regular meetingon the money to the legion suggested I THURSDAY ,, !:Ii -- !J;
members that the money be used for the 1. "Virtuous Sinners" with 1VaundaHolly. It i fi
Mondal night. Four new "
,were taken in. benefit of disabled former service .ien t t t tt !! largest Stock In the South of Musical In- !

Next Monday night there will bea |I or for the work of the former s ir-ice. !I Continuous Shows 3:30 until 11:00 i j 1C IEg
[ on behalf of the country.i struments Strings Drummer's Traps.ancl g
debate on the following question; I I men '! ,
Resolved: That the Budget, as published i; Christian Observer. .

____ in_.. the_n_ Alligator. is desirable record-breaking crowd is expected !I I REFERENCE. 1 1't Sheet Music |SI
and i A "i !
for the University. Klock !I ;-=:" L I
Green will support the affirmative, ] at the Duval theatre wrestlers.tomorrow TheTimesUnion ;I -I II I ; I
: night to see the women S MAIL OKDEKS SENT SAME DAY AS RECEIVED g
the i l
Stanley and Bowen j; women wrestlers opportunity for a bout which is expected -
Pat Gillen will render a humorous ] says I I I i I;;
I innovation in that city, to keep the spectators in a high
Leading, and W. R. King will give | are a decided shouldbe I 1 !fi !:fi !fi:1i! !i !fi !lr jfi! ;
and that part of the program state of excitement while they occupy
current events. Livingston '
Mrs. -
with I quite: a drawing card.
The society is co-operating : -------------------
Miss Brady are top-
the Seminole stair and arrangements It will be I notchers and both hold championships : Higher prices for spring clothes ii''' AT ST. PETERSBURG ;
are being! made space. 1 They '
impossible to insert the picture of :I won in legitimate competitions.do not actually and still higher prices for clothes next 't You will find only most ample, varied and reasonably priced acco-

anyone not having paid! the dues for :I clam nothing that From they a standpoint' fall, and'-then the predictions stop. I I modations. There is no lack of rooms.-But aU those other features t
amountsto possess. I' : that attract the vacationist:
at semester,
least one to William Gold- '" t
wrest- according
53) cents. Delinquent members are of real wiestling these: women j This is j' Delightful climate; fine golf, yachting and motoring facilities,

urged to see the treasurer, T. D. Sole,I lers are said to be equally and as breaks good as of' man, president of Cohen, Goldman I t best bathing and fishing; all manner of out-door sports and recreations ,

before February 2oth.;) to guarantee men, knowing the holds of Company, clothing manufacturers of : i ; daily open-air concerts-in short entertainment and ho pi-

insertion of their pictuies. I the game, and possessing effective.plenty They I New York, and past president of the V tality to exceed all your anticipations awaits you. Wire us for information t

----- --- --- strength work rapidly to make and them cleanly and present i National Clothing Manufacturers''Association t and secure our city and county booklets. t tt

:::==: exhibition which wins instant fa- speaking yesterday before 1 t BOARD OF TRADE I
-- :an St. Petersburg, Florid
-Florida Barber Shop- vor. Miss Livingston did not compete the Florida Retail_ Clothiers and Fur- .
Canadian championship ----------- -- -
AND in the nishers Association, on the first day
2 month, which was quite
maUhes conference at the Seminole -
OTHERS of"a three-day
,';, disappointment to Miss Brady and READ THE ADS IN THE
West Side of Square Gainesville. a:their meeting here will give them an Hotel.TimE'S-Union. ,I I
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1 f + ABOUT THE MY" : :' Gkww '
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Dewey A. Dye, --w Editor in Chief Tested. I...jj t: Pitted

Goodrich Copeland, ..-............. Managing EditorII. Editor- f
JL Friedlander_Asst. Man. Ed. Leslie D. Williams, Local Ed. Jfeig I
making a reply to an article
Randall Hunter, _....._ Sporting Ed. Henry Fuller, ..\sst. Ath. EditorH. .
I published in the last Alligator I feel NO i
DeSilva, ...__ Contributing Ed. "Bivins & Norton" ,_Exchange Eds. f that it is not so much needed for : WE DO OUR OWN LENSE GRINDING. DELAY,

M. Is!. Chambers. .. ._..._...._.?..._.... Associates-----................W. Russell King !
I those on the Campus who know the C. H. COLES & SON {.
BUSINESS DEPARTMENT f true situation, as for the friends of :

'J. ..Velma Keen, ---.....--.._-..-. -. ---....-.-..-- Business Manager I the University who might through a I t Jewelers and Opticians. Gainesville, Florida. t

W W. Gunn, .._.._..___._..........-_ Assistant Business Manager!1 I and reading of that article form a biased' ... ..........

John H. Carter, Jr., .w.. ..___Circulation Manager totally unwarranted opinion of
I the quality of young manhood represented I
,. 4' Entered as second class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at by the vast majority of the --- -
Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1873. student body. I have attended the I

Place all communications and news items in boxes designated for that I University longer than the author of,,
purpose in Peabody. and Language Halls. i the recent article and have had j THE THOMAS COMPANYCOME

}I greater opportunity to Jmow'its true '
Rate:-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year. I BASE BALL
sentiments as represented by the stud- IN AND SEE US FOR FOOT
---- ent body, and I wish to assure they' BALL-TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTING GOODSI

DEnATl G. friends of the University that the !
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i student body as a whole are true men,;

: t....... There has always been a marked interest in debating and oratory at i men who recognize the true principle ---- ----------.---------:-- -- ----
: I r the University of Florida', especially the debating but-during the troubled $ of Christian brotherhood and 1----:

'F times of recent struggle for democracy, debating and kindred arts took a service, to the end that all and not a

i decided slump at the University With the end of the troubled times came I prejudiced few, may benefit: Popular Goods At Popular PricesAT

,. the end of this slump and now it seems that practically every organization on I I should also suggest to the author I I -
r ; the campus that has for its chief object debating has taken on new life and that the basis of all sound reasoning I

i argy and is in the ring for glory. .. .! .a I and of all good writing is fact and I I BURKH1MSTHE

The University of Florida boasts five debating societies, each representing |I that unless he can produce the proof,
one of the colleges. Each year a hot fight has ensued for possession of I i I! based upon fact, for all his assertions,I I

the Faculty Loving Cup. In regard toHhe Faculty Loving Cup it might be those assertions without that proof j -------- -
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said that it is a beautiful cup which the faculty purchased some six years and authority are not worth the ink

ago as an incentive to debating on the campus. It ts" an expensive cup and ,! required to write them. I l

-r[ 12; according to the contingency upon which it was presented to the debating |i! I might also suggest that to com- NEW YORK RACKETAgent

, -. societies it becomes the permanent property of the society that is successful i bat and evil, either real or imaginary,

three con c.:tve; times in the annual battles. At the present time the cup f might better be approaching the II forFlorsheim

is in the hands of the Farr Literary Society, they. having taken it from the | source of that evil, learning the true Shoes

John Marshall Debating Society after a spirited contest last year. During i| conditions there, and then attacking

the time the Inter-Society Debates have had as their objective the Faculty '|j it at the source; not by spreading I J

.: Loving Cup, the cup has been the limited property for one year of the John voluble words and misleading stateI I,

Marshall Debating Society representing the Law College, three times; of the ments to the four winds. The place I

: Li Peabody Club representing the Teachers' College, one time, and of the Farr ; to combat the evils of the is j
oJ campus i
Literary Societ the present holders, one time. on the campus, and the place to Alachua County Abstract Company
As to the relative importance, as a college honor, of being on an inter-' those evils is Friday at stud I B. IL Colson, President.

society team and of being on the team to represent the University proper in I' ents day in Chapel. No one to Members of American Association' of Title Men. Members of Florida

a dual or triangle debate with out of State colleges considerable discussion: '! knowledge has been refused his right, Association of Title Men. .

h-s arisen. Also a question of loyalty; which has the greater and prior I to speak 'on student matters at that I I GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.

r aim i the society or the school. Suffice to say the considerations are differ- time. :

c-t probably the greater honor comes of representing the University; butt I As for the charges against the Y.

e greatest glory, the thrill which comes of intense conflict comes only dur- i M. C. A.: I challenge any man on the '
-"' a tilt on the .rostrum in an inter-s ciety debate. Local prejudice and } Campus to show where the secretary ADVERTISING IN THE ALLIGATOR PAYS

f'eimg run high, both on part of the two debating teams and among their : or the organization as represented
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intercollegiate circles Florida as a debating school has, until the dis- !I Ior anything that reacted against the

.s .X'as experiences of last season, rated high. By far the major part of : best interests of the student body and :

IltrJa's debates have resulted in unqualified victory for the local colors.= i University. I admit that the Y. M. J MILLER'S

Th,> year Florida has accepted the gauge of battle with three major colleges | c. A. has been unable to do as ranch :
<" he South and as her ire and fighting-blood have been aroused: to the utmost :; for the student body as has been I 1 '

F: .oruta is going to stage a grand and glorious comeback. ,, wished; but limited funds! and the l D1I i I For

The value of debating and public speaking as a practical training for I itations suffered by every human organization j, Agent
*" u::tores in life, after school days are at an end, cannot be too highly I has prevented it, as they;' NUNNALLY'S AJ. WHITMAN'S CANDIES

!l d. An ability to address people.and ,to clearly and concisely state thee #i| have prevented every other organisa- '' TOMKINSON KEY FLORAL CO.

: i C';,t points of any proposition, and to be able to think on one's feet is I j.1 j tbn, from realizing its absolute maximum j
'-.1 an attribute to be prized. Only.through debating and public speaking[ '! of service. -'' OF JACKSONVILLE

car: Draper attention be given to this important branch of instruction. ].
Now in regard to the Budget Sys-
"Nc iber of these have the support from the State solons that their importance
tem. It is advocated by some individ- j .
i -: ::ies them to. An appropriation for debating and an instructor for oratoryE
:oals connected with the Y: M. C. A.I)
;lublic speaking should provided for. At present both of these sub- '
ind has
as an organization; as ,
.' v's! are uncertain: and depend upon the desire and interest of the studentsf !
repeatedlytbeen stated. It has also
r heir life. While results obtained by this system are probably better for BEST BY TEST
,. ;can stated by these same advocates
'. (\'\v who participate still the advantages gained are not wide enough in Shoes that wear
of the Budget System, time and j 11
f,::i.JT application. UNITED SHOE STORE
again, that the. budget as -presentedwas
Dr. Chapman. who makes: a specialty of public speaking, and the several Agents for Crossett and Educator Shoes.
regarded as a perfected example j
v !.:'d' faculty members who devote some of their time to coaching forensic
of what a budget should be, ; .J '
a?7'ants deserve much credit for the successes that have crowned their .
but merely a tentative budget for
u .
efforts; but until l legislative support and backing is obtained the best results ---- :-
consideration, subject to revision and
:i :: >t be obtained. o-a00--
correction in any or all details. A 00s'O-.dO
The Alligator believes that a mention of the support needed for debatings
Whether or not the Y. M. C. A. item.;If f GENUINE FRENCH BRIAR PIPES
fficient and will only urge that the students give debating their full- I
was sufficient to meet the needs of at prices which cannot be duplicated
*... .:od efforts until that time when I legislative backing is obtained. them in the future. We are sellm
:the situation was not considered in f at 5c, 75c and Sl.W.

BUY THAT DEBATING TICKET NOW. detail. The originators of the budget !'6' L. C. SMITH, JEWELER. t

sought the best information obtain- \ North Side'of
Baseball weather is a minus quantity these days. i j a Square. Camellia, Florida I
able at the time and drew up the budget j ----------- -.. --
-- in accord to this information. |
I Add to this the fact that these same I -
; advocates of the Budget System have ;

IF THERE IS ANYTHING : always stated that the budget, if !; GAINESVILLE FRUIT STORE

adopted, must pass item by item the Fancy Fruits
and '
Draft Beverage:_ i :,are. Cold Drinks and Bv Ifc
You want in the line'of Fancy Fruit, Groceries and Vege- <, two-thirds vote of the student body j
and also pass the Faculty Committee i You. 'Come Again.N. .

tables at the Lowest Prices, Call at the :. on student activities. No effort has I! S. TAMP AS, Manager.
been made at any time to force the :
: hand of the student body
Sanitary Fruit and Produce CompanyPhone I -- -
might correct two statements! -
87. Gainesville, Fla. made by the author of the previous i!I -

article. First, I would say that if, FORD
I the budget were passed as new presented -: HEADQUARTERS

--- ----.. the Y. M. C. A. would have !| The J. R. ALDERMAN: Prop
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ADVERTISING IN THE ALLIGATOR PAYS no claim whatever upon the items of j itS, Supplies FORD and MOTOR CARS, Accessor-
(Continued On Page Six) j I Repairs.


.pAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1920

OiEREsiiEJiiSAKSIN I .,.,,

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I "Classy"r
f fJ fa fj ,
t.j Jr.) Lincoln Hully, president of I II II
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I University, DeLand, was the I II I i
tttSOD In
, priDC pal speaker inspiring at Tuesday''address chapel.I, !I Style I : I
ge gave an on thepsalms
.t and brought out many points I. I kul.Iv + i fabric andtailoring
rf i
Other speakers were Dr. Edward I ,
eonradir president of the \V oman'sCiDege t .
>, and W. N. Sheats, superintendent \ i
i i ii
of public instruction.THE .
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,LOVE KISS" AT I Quality suit I
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; ;I iYbtl 1i \ P 1 ,r every ; .
I j guaranteed to give ;
The Love Kiss" a musical comedy iI I satisfaction '
t i p or money :
which mixes humor, melody, satire, 'I i iI .
iraIIIJ and scenic effects and costumes I I back. ,
is they have not been combined in i iI ; I
)years, will be the attractio at the I i Snappy Young : .,

Baird Theatre, Saturday, February I II ien's, and more con-
!8. The play made a smashirg hit Ii
over the Klaw & Erlanger time last i servative models for ... I

; i! older
=--- u I men. .
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js '' TRADE MARK I Hart. Schaffner & 1

BAILEY !I I I Marx Suits;; .
I $40 to $65 :
', WHAT man doesn't like his piper1? There's nothing whets I ,

for I smoke desires like seeing a good pipe lying around. t Society Brand"Suits : 1
I Because you know that in it is the only real smoke satisfaction. :

SUITS : F t, Your appetite will be doubly whetted if it is a W D C, because in I i i

I t W D C Pipes all the sweetness and mellowness of the genuine I |$45 to $65LEVY'S t :
French briar is brought out. seasoning -- .
I' by our own special process. I E E Et
ij I I. Then, too, W D C Pipes are' good to look at. The designs are 1; ; j

I 1-, pleasing workmanship perfect. You'll agree with us' that our !t

j i TAMPA, sti : craftsmen are accomplishing their purpose-to make pipes that '

II ; are without peers in all the world. Ask any good dealer. Be ; Bay and Hogan Street. ;

FLORIDA. i sure and look for the Triangle trademark. It's a guarantee against i I JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
f' cracking or burning through.
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i had IIiW Inr."ilillli11i1111m" ;! !,; ,! I 1t :;''!: G'IiflnI"I'llilh'liiH! :: :, ".,,'Ii':ii'.;'," "i! IihlHIIFI.JI! :/!:, : :;:,'.!."';!! I ,.j m.',I'll i CORRECT CLOTHES '
1'1' j __' Ii!_:! Iii:III!r'-,Ui:.::',,:;!:,"I:!I".:.:;nllUtlllCld'IujIJnmlllg'!:'!! 'i.:'; ; !I:: : ,'DIll"!! I _'U 'i'Id:!!:! I. I:!'.,: .:'':I!, !!. ,!JlhuhtllhmlIlhIlH'I; ':!!" ',..ilf._allIUluiI"I I, ""'
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[i New Spring Suits j season and it will ue presented here j meal chroncling the execution of Sir i i
I with a splendid co.npany which .*ri-, Lobster and Sir Rooster, his marks I j HOTEL HILLSBORO ; -
arriving daily. f I eludes Miss Elizabeth McKcevcr, Jo would make fifty per cent look sick. j
Allen, Patsy Conroy, Oee Hamilton, 'And so we write. with ill concealed TOP 0' TOWN : YBOR CITY, FLA.J. .
v Ernest Davis, Johnny Mean/, Bobbie fervor to: our friends and relatives.
Allen, the Misses AllbrigLt: and i I i who are able to help the mighty cause '
I, Christine Lombard, as well as a large I II I i of learning. Strange to say, we get''\ -- I McCollclr'
l !I i
{ chorus of pretty and sprightly pirs.! responses. So the Episcopal church j I I! W. & Co.
I Joseph Sheppard is responsible for''appeals to students, specially usually, I I
] the pictures of uncommon loveliness':but hoping for substantial results.. ; !' "The Rexall Store" Gainesville
which make up the background of the : Our special feature this Sunday will''
three acts. Philip Bartholomew ha3 ;:!be the Rev. C. A. Ross, who will bring i ii --- -------- --- --- I Agents forLIGGET'S _
written the book, and Kalman_ has j i us a real message from the mines and j jI DICK RED =
I provided a melodious score. Al! VV. I I ranches of Montana. He will preach iI j :
J I at 11 and 7:30 this Sunday. The 1
I Martin has never staged a more won- MEN'S FURNISHINGS
BAILEY derful production. Prices: $1.50, ?1,!student has the life of the future, and ;1 I IF ITS PRINTING SEND IT
75 cents and 50 cents, plus tax. 'we appeal to him to come as our i TAMPA, FLA. TO PEPPERLoose
I ;! wealthy uncle.
THE CLOTHIERs A CHRONIC COMPLAINT.There : I i ------ leaf books and supplies
Large! consignment of additional I I
; are lots of special pleas. seed potatoes are being received in i iI PICTURES and PICTURE FRAMES

205-207 Lafayette St. Every time the humble rat writes I the potato belt of St. Johns county,I ORAII Phone 136.
I home for more money, his breakfasts
and thousands of acres are being replanted N ORTON
sawdust and skimmed
TAMPA, FLORIDA have been 1
the of seed OVELTIES
to replace
milk, his dinners boiled shoe leather, Do Business With
"and his supper seasoned snail soup. which was flooded out and rotted by!I I Greeting Cards

i5":"' __ __ ::..."_ _-':':"' I If'only he had 'the price of a real the heavy rains of several weeks past.i:I a PHIFER STATE BANK j

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: cheaper ones. The difference is marked : "ICE CREAM DE LUXE ,

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FVMft aAffijtator Il.ffiaaai.+ I'' The list of events aad the t .c::: .::: --:- .:::: -:=:: ..
: T." : time the events is as follows: i! "

Now that the ata .eats are prepariac -,' *Tae trial beat* in the -- : Hardware Co. .

1 an expense budget to,include aD I yard, 220-yard, 440-yan) dashes I
athletic and literary activities on the! ; the 120-yard high hurdles Phone 7. Gainesville. The UniversityBook Store
and the 220-yard low hurdles
campus, it might be well for the same I .
caaunitte to prepare a aehedale or\ will be roe off at 9 a. m. Satur- -- -- --- -- -- \-- -- H

__Jar activities in which the UniJir day morwing, April 17 1930. Basement Language Hall
rsity t'3 hers might be expected' to; The order of events for the : '
Sara The stadoat have no monop3oy : afternoon are as follows: 9 LILIENBLUMBICYCLES '

; on need of keeping their expense, Finals. IQt-javd dash at 1:30 # NEW UNIX OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIOM2T:
wfthin reasonable hounds, for the pro' p. av I"
lessors are finding -it necessary to> Finals running- high jump at. L.\8GS ASSORTMENT OF PJC\ ANTS F8BSHMAN
tigure expenses just as carefuly and; I:. p. m. e CAPS ETC.Everything .
:i use their fund to best advantage.'* Finals s .yanl run 'at 1:50 *
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Many of these activitiex the teachers> .' ,
would he glad U share. and some of, Finals 22O-yard dash st :!10 *
them perhaps they ought not to he: repaired ; p. m. I HIGGtNCOTHAM; : :\ BROS. j For The Students

rr y t or expected! to assist with.. We :J* Finals nuiainff brood ;:map at ---:- ;
-ussiest that you put your Budget: !!:30p. On your war :.' the: Cnirerszy: :
!:iitor to work on the scheme for '* Final _-_De ran at :?:30 ; PRINKS add GROCKP.IES -- .

,,'ar u':tcrv ted profs W. O H. !ep.. .. J JI - --- --
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b Finals 120-yard bill hurdle *

I at 2:. p. a *
*; Shot pit at'Jhtt p. m. *
BAIRD THEATRE Finals +*>.,.... dash. at 3:10 W. S. DORSET & CO. Gainesville
Furniture Co.
p. m. Everything in GroceriesFor
i FSaab aoie vault at :
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p v. 1** Goodness Sake Drink a

4 Dais 2-yard iMr hardies i DORSET'S DELIGHT COFFEE
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Exjery efort wiH W made ...* : S H O.E. S H
p run tacae erects oa-tierce or as *
Jiii *' near to it as po 1ble. Coatee *

x tams are ar*ed to be oa the s H B. M. TENCH H .
neld in shapes far their partira- !il -
l lar t-\e-ts grit to tie DO BUSINESS WITH
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-- unfo&s&k to awake aUewaztr** IF''".. >.1 I
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1f'MU5IC :: uiid! m a* >way tooca tkeae faads The Alachua Restaurant and Lunch Room
eve if it desired+ to. .
I LS The stateneat was made tfeat, *earulty
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sirs. t! pope Coxeasittee d bet.'The refaaed to Faculty acceptx cn n. FOB LADIES AKD GENTLEMEN

BEAUTYCHORUS C''l m tee. I Iras aerer taker RivelTHESp
Ertl action the I hay \
on Ualgit. ::: Half Block
a freat
i Atlantic Coast L .
e Depot.Trlraaiac
: c std the meet Syateai withauaibet
yttMC_?; _
f'Kit. Ks .' enrr of this Caaiiiiitli sad i : 5t7.3IARABLE. '
I ..1_ & <;::,g(. TV and .-. :_ fad that three cf them pexsoaaUy f GAT. : I'lLt
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favor the! hadyt system for the &;p-- --
-- port of itadtat activities. The ottertvrc "-.. ..,- -
wteoAers for varioBs reason s_ -

HO: P. STALLINGS feel that sac* a systeai .... act b. .-:."" --;r -- j,
IE ..' < z: JiL'I- .. I
u irablr as a State iattitatiaa. ae :; t 7 -1Ii. '- --
-- is
UENBR.VL; INSURANCE art npaand to it on that grs..ds. "';; OFneJ.\.L PBOTOGRAPIIDt rl::: :H$
: As .-das; I can least deb b there r I\"ER51TY OF FLORIDA

TAMPA FLA. : state of affairs, the fact ia the:
case. Every ataa is -tithd to k:sopani -- -=-
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m. hat rice opouon of tee stud-
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eat body caaaot' W stated by. aay in- -:; -,
SANITARY BARBERSHOP d.iiIItit vote the .. : -
: a oe matter RT'.t
has bee b.l... After tats it nest sODA rouN: t.ttS : I -BORAX'S BICYCLE SHOP
i"?*** tie FaccJty Oeasuttw. Tbea .- ; L..5t )ha Street.
sad oafs e1.ill the l iet be trvteeaa ; FOR BICYCLES MOTORCYCLES.
rejected AXD REPAIRS: I
I ::-=:-.:.... ILT. HASGRAVE. I

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