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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA GAINESVILLE, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1920 No. 21 I

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TECH GAME HERE I INTERSOCIETY MEET--- I 1 FLA.: SERVICEMEN -r I GAINESVIHE ROTARIANS WILL HELP I;



NOW A<>. SURETYWARM DEBATERSATWORKJ! GET SCHOLARSHIPSUNIVERSITY ;,! TAKE CARE OF H. S. TRACK MEET MEN II

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[ WEATHER BRINGS OUT : ENGINEERS AND AC MEN WILL EXTENSION DEPARTMENT j t ATTENTION OF HIGH SCHOOLS EXPECTING TO PARTICIPATE INMEET ; i

PLAYERS ON DIAMOND-BEGIN t DEBATE ON MARCH 12; PEA- WILL GIVE COURSES -: CALLED TO A FEW SUGGESTIONS, FOR THEIR CONVENIENCE !

WARMING UP FOR LONG' BODY AND LAWYERS. WILL.', TO SERVICE MEN WHO [ -ABSOLUTELY LAST DAY FOR ENTRIES IS APRIL 3- ,

SCHEDULE. MEET ON 15TH. WANT TO ENTER PROFESSION. !! ENTRY FEE OF 50 CENTS. PER MAN MUST BE MADE. i
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;-ART PHELAN ARRIVES!I Intersociety Peabody Auditorium-L.Matches Will be S.Held U. Debate in- MANY MANYCOIIRSESOFFERED! NO DISCUS THROWING EVENT TO BE JIIIS YEAR ,-

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be
Held
in the Gym- '
-Student Support Enables Manager to : t Excepting First Year English and
nasium. I Records Held by High School Men in Previous Track Meets Here -Announced
Bring Crack Georgia Team Here on I I Sciences, a Complete High School
I by University Director of Athletics-Expect Many Records I
". April 26-27-Announcement in Mess Work Course Will be Offered in Additionto
for debaters is in :
campus Bettered This Year. on Account of Post-War Conditions. ;
f Hall Brings Support From All. I I full swing now. The teams to repre- College Work needed. -- !

sent Florida in the Triangular debate Plans have been made by the Preparations are 'being made 'indifferent '
': Georgia Tech will play baseball !I have been working hard for two I All Florida men who are in the army}Gainesville Rotary. Club to assist in I: high schools throughout

r} here April 26-27. This is assured,I months and are ready for the fray.'I or navy and all former Florida service -)t the housing of men who will come I the State for the annual high school
and of course all the fans are very I I The team to debate Louisiana State I, men are offered scholarships for
schools track
here from various high over t meet to be held here April 17.
: much pleased with the prospects of i University selected Monday week has correspondence courses by the General I the State for the Annual High School I Many of the high schools report the

r;; this classic. Also Art Phelan is on; settled down to work in earnest-for II Extension Division of the University i Track Meet to be held on April 17. formation of track teams, and for t

t E: deck to take,charge of the squad and their encounter to be staged here of Florida. These courses are intend-I Some of the men will stay at the Uni- I their benefit the Athletic Director
: things will begin humming on Fleming April 16th. ed primarily for: the men ,
versity, and all of them will eat therea here has issued the following list of !
c field Tuesday afternoon.The The Benton Engineering Society 'j to enter professional schools on leav- part of the time but the Rotarianswill : records for the various events 'to....be 1 i
? 'Tech games became a surety, has selected R. T. Hargrave and I ing the service, but who lack high be on the job and have arranged !I held in the meet: I

,when an appeal was made in Mess' Leisher, with Copp as alternate to j: school or elementary college work for the accommodation of a large ; 100 Yard Dash-Pearson, Brooks- ,

Hall for ,subscriptions to bring the represent them against the Ag. Club! required for admission to these number of the men., I ville; Cook Orlando; Snyder, Day i I

Georgia team here. The appeal met in a debate March 12th, on the ques- schools. A committee from the Rotary Club I tona. Tied for first place. Time:, !/ ,

with hearty response, and althoughthe tion: Resolved; "That the coal mines, That it takes'more courage to be- will meet the trains beginning i 10 2-5 sec. i i

sum necessary for the game has should be acquired and operated by gin lessons where they were left off 1 I noon, April 16, and will continue Friday 1' Running High Jump Smith, Fort 1 !

not been completely raised, the the United States." The Ag. Club I and to be classmates of boys and il to meet the trains until noon of'' Lauderdale; Madison, Jacksonville;
girls several years younger than it Baker Jacksonville. for first I
t games are assured. debaters are Driggers and Yancy, Saturday, the 17th. The contestantswill I Tied
Phelan arrived Monday night, and with Hearn as alternate. I took to run the submarine or to face be given lodging and breakfastat place. Height: 5 ft, 7 in. J
Peabody Club represented by the Germans, is doubtless agreed to 830 Yard Run-Gordon, Fort Lau- ,
began whippin the 'Gator nine into the homes where they stay ,and i
Blackburn and Cason will debate the by many who left school to enlist in derdale; Stevens, Jacksonville. Tied
,Nape at the practice Tuesday. The & .other meals will be served at the I
for the John Marshall Society on March 15 the army or navy. To buck up) for first place. Time: 2 min. 11 sec. '
been limbering
have
men up ,University commons. I
has on the question: Resolved; "That against this ,after-war test in order I 220 Yard Run-Pearson, Brooks-
weather
tot week, although the the old-timers I the members of the United States to fit themselves for college and the The discus throwing event will not I ville; Snyder, Daytona. Tied for first /
been very bad and only schools drift along I take place this The authorities .
professional or to year.
the House of Representatives should be]I place. Time: 21 sec. :
with
in force. But
have been out : I
elected from the State at large the with insufficient education is a problem are not anxious to push this event, Running Broad Jump--Sollee, Jack-
warm weather, several newcomers Lawyers upholding the negative |I,I that comes with discharge. I this year but was announced in order I II sonville. Distance: 21 ft. 3 3-4 in._

are on hand and from the large I All the inter-society debates will i, Recognizing neither age nor place,i iI I to get the schools thinking about the'!! 120 Yard High Hurdles-Snyder, <,
University.is
amount of material the be held in Peabody Auditorium while I the General Extension Division is I I event and to advocate it for next year. !I II Time: 17 3-5 sec.
'Gator I I
looking forward to a winning the Triangular debate and the L. S.:: ready to carry high school and college -'I After the meet when all the coaches j i iI Shot Put Burns, Jacksonville

nine this spring. U. debate will be held in the ,gymnasiums -i to any battleship, naval station I are together, the matter will be discussed i I Distance: 39 fe.. 4 1-2 in. I'
Art Phelan is a former second-!] I I j or camp and to any office, store, factory -I and a final decision made regarding 440 Yard Run Pearson, Brooks-
-sacker of the Chicago Cubs, but has- .'I it. 1
After the second debate the win !i or farm. Hand-in-hand with, ville. Time: 54 sec. I
: gained a large amount of publicity in J!!l ning team having the lowest average the practical training .received in the j I The University authorities request I Pole Vault-Sollee, Jacksonville. .

Florida as manager of the Bartow f will debate the Farr Literary society,rl army, navy or business world may go that the men who are coming to 10 ft. 9 in. .

: team of the Florida State League,"!j ji jmd thV..winner.. of this, debate., debates' now the theoretical preparation, re?: Gainesville will take,particular noticeof '' 220 Yard :Low Hurdles Snyder,
'which he worked-withfdmingtthe' last :I! tenth the v.remaining team for the cup. I quired by.colleges, for patriotism has the following: Daytona. Time: 28 sec. -

i- weeks of the season of 1919. The debating council requests that not led colleges and universities to accept 1. ABSOLUTELY the last day for :'I One Mile Run-Stevens, Jackson

those who have not paid their debating -!1 citations as substitutes for en- 'entries is April 3. This is necessaryin ville.' Time: 5 min. 7 3-5 sec. I
CONNELL MAY GO i il. ,I fee will pay it immediately at| trance requirements. The high school I order to arrange for housing facilities It Half] Mile Relay Race Brooksville 1

l. TO WEST POINT the auditor's office.FERTILIZER. < i and college courses of the corres ;' And other matters. The program High School. Time: 1 min. 40 sec. I
l poitaence-study department will help : With a fresh impetus from"the war J
t must go to press soon after this date. :
.f The 'Gator line will have another I MEN j bridge the gap between before-war BE SURE AND HAVE YOUR EN. j and double the number of contestantsthis 1
gap if Harvey R. Connell) 22 passes' ] and after-war student days. i( TRIES IN BY APRIL 3RD. year will probably witness the J

:-' the entrance exams for West Point ]j Courses are offered by the Colleges ':, 2. Entry blanks will be sent in a ; smashing'of several standing records.
> next week. lie has received an appointment HAVE COURSE ; of Arts and Sciences, Agriculture -' short time. De sure to have thS fee j With this in view the faculty commit I
in the Fourth no-credit tee the track meet have
]_ as alternate I and Education and of 50 cents per man accompany the handling
; district and will take the exams at I courses can be taken in law and en- list. \ urged and requested an early start in
H. N. TOLLES OF SHELDON j special', for the contesting high
also training
Arcadia. gineering. Them are ]
I SCHOOL CHICAGO, MAKES HIT I J 3. All contestants hould be here !
J Connell has been a strong point in 1 WITH TALKS ON SALESMAN-1: ( course>. j I not later than Friday night as all j i schools. Plans are already under
the Florida line where he has played i! | Virtually a complete fouryear'high '! trial heats in the dashes and hurdles way for an improvement in the track

; guard for ,the last two years each j I SHIP, I I II school course. with the exception'of 'j I will be run off on Saturday morning I and grounds here, and by the time for
I --- ': ( the meet will be in first class
they
,the "F. I I'I first English, can i
awarded and
Fear being Seventy-five salesmen representing' science year at 9 o'clock. :' .
Harvey is a popular man on the I I various fertilizer concerns in the I be taken through correspondence. I d: All> contestants must report in i shape.

campus and his friends will regret to i State, attended the Three-Day Short',I Relatives of Florida service men I. the Gymnasium 8:30.* Saturday !I BAMBERG LOCATES OLD

see him leave. He is a member of Course held for fertilizer salesmen,]!jI whose high school and college educations -; morning to receive their numbers j SCHOOLMATE THROUGH I

the Theta Chi fraternity, and was I the first three days of the week. This j I Ii have not been completed will : The manager or coach can receive II | ALUMNI SECRETARYA i
registered in the Arts and Sciences I i course was made possible through the, help take high schools and their State :I the numbers for his men. < 1
Department. ; Southern Fertilizer Association and I University to these men, regardless,of f 5. Contestants are requested to i ii II j
f
experienced
pleasant surprise was -
I! is the first of its kind held in the,i where they are stationed, if they will I i wear their high 'school 'colors upon |I by C. S. Bamberg, '12, when he )
1920 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE. 'State. Judging from the interest dis-i!i send their names and addresses to : their arrival so that the committee', Alumni 1
I got in communication with
\ I played and the large attendance, it i Director B. C. Riley, General Extension I I meeting trains will know the men. 11" ,(
Secretary O'Byrne on his recent arrival
October 9 Rollins at GainesviHe. i will not be the last. Similar courses'I I Division, University of Florida, I:This will facilitate the handling of I in Tampa. Bamberg has been j
1 i
October 15-rNewberry College at i have been offered at other State Uni- i Gainesville. t I[ the crowd. j ji I t traveling over the Southwestern I I

Gainesville. versities this year and in other years. I II !i 6. Men who expect to stay in the j jI I Ii States and Cuba for the Northwestern \ 1 I

October 23-Southern' at Gaines- The course consists of lectures along i COLLEGE PAPERS i I dormitories or elsewhere with friends, I I Electric Comanpy, of Rochester, N. !

ville. I agricultural lines which are of vital i iI :i will notify the Athletic Director when I Y., and.while in Cuba a few days ago

October 30Open.November( I concern to the seller of fertilizers, and i iI !! the entries from their school are sent I received a wire from his company directing -
6-Tulane atTampa.: technical talks by leading salesmen IN THIS STATEMAY In. i
I of i iI i him to report at the general
November University of Georgia I 7. Watch The Alligator for further j I
on the wherefore and how of selling offices immediately prepared to go to

at Athens. Gaines-I fertilizer., i I ORGANIZE t announcements France as a foreign representative,
at
November 20-Stetson of : I
J' It was through the co-operation with headquarters in Paris. I II
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ville. Extension Service j
'the Agricultural I upon his arrival in Tampa he communicated j
November Oglethorpe. at Coiambus. -I and the Southern Fertilizer Association i Editors of college papers in Florida J --- I with Secretary O'Byrne, J,
that this gathering come to the I; will form an organization to be known 1 M. R. McCorkle left school the past' :I
who informed him that R. Lee Jarrell t '.
------ all meetings being the Collegiate Press Association week, of ill health. "Mac" I I
| University, and are I I as on account I '13, is with the French-American Salvage 1
WRESTLING.Wrestling 1! held in Peabody Hall, The Southern i( Florida, if plans made at the press 'lives in Johnson City ran Company_ at :Paris, and,gave himJarrell's ; {!I
the Fertilizer Association bears all'''! banquet at Rollins two weeks ago are : P. G. Parrish spent few dan f''f
a
practice under .supervision present address in that tfty. : .
of Warner and Yancy has] the expense of securing lecturers, ;I successful. :Miss Bryan of the Flam-i j the last week a; his home in Ua\'<
showed some marked improvement j i j while the different fertilizer concerns|I beau served as secretary pending the
during the last w.eek. Some of the pay the expenses of their representa- ]t formation of the association.The I;port.Vandergriff is back with us from j I but they have not seen each other for :

men reporting out to practice this tives. The high value of the course is j I Rollins Sandspur says: j Jacksonville attending :the law college. several bears Hepee it was an un- i

week are as follows: Coats"Braddock,I thus shown by the willingness of the "It is not letting the cat out of the i iba"g | Dick Knight motored down to Tam ; expected treat for Bamberg to learn ) J

James, Stanley Curtis, Redman,,I companies to stop salesmanship operations to say that after thebanquet the i pa this week, visiting home and re j that he would be able to meet his old
to allow their men to attend i **"
Driggers, Haith, Tyler and Ethridge. Ii other nignt, the editors'5 present and turning the last of the week. chum in Paris. I
will start Wednesday : school. e more. i editors of The As result he is'of
i i The tournament one of the former ; "Fats DeVane was among the : a of this incident
! March 10, and will be held in the One of the main features of the program i:Sandspur got together. And out of ;tilizer salesmen who attended fer-I I the opinion that it pays to keep ,in 1 j
student who is interested I were the practical salesmanship : tentative much with the Alumni
gymnasium. Any i iI !i the get-together emerged a j short, course this'week. f I I Secretary.
Tolles of the
should try out for the wrestling -,l talks given by Harry N. ![plan for the Florida Collegiate Press j 1,: 1 I (

club. Practice every afternoon;I Sheldon school, Chicago. On Monday 1 I Association. A. tentative constitution Prof, B.,C., Graham, pne of the best i ii i "Pat" Green an alumnus of the 1

; in the Gym from 5 to 6. Instructionfree. I;he spoke on "Salesmen" and on Tues-" \I was drawn up and, copies of which, i j i known and well liked educators inthis University, attended the short course I
'day on "The,Science of Salesmanship. i iI ] II IIf for salesmen this week. "Pat".is ifr-
i with plans will be forwarded to the i f State and who taught in the .. I
out-of-town speakers were: I
I Other
in
F other college papers for discussion and j l schools -of Tampa for many years, ing Bradentown. r'I I
Mooney Fntch who attended the t I Mr. Lorenzo,Wilson, of Jacksonville; ( _: i
action. night at the home of his '
: died Monday
stopped over at Prof. J. N. Harperr Director, Soil Imiprovement ;I I
last
r "University year, ; in For four D. F. Christianc of Miamiwan: M !
The members of the Alllgator staff daughter Tampa. yearsProf.
i :; he University salesman far City r ,the Sanday'night.'Heis Michelin Tire I Whittle and Committee F. H. Jetes! Prbf., of the C. Soil A. are behind this :proposition,,and will I] Graham was superintendent of il attending the short come &:1-
'Company.a : Improreaierrt committee! (give it their hearty.support.. V education- for'HtHt r oroogh county- ._ing his eon,, D. F., Jr.,_here, ? ._ ; I Ii

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OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1920 No. 21 I j

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NOW A SURETY i,i DEBATERS AT WORK!: GET SCHOLARSHIPS'; TAKE CARE OF H. S. TRACK NEE! MEN I '

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WARM WEATHER BRINGS OUT.ENGINEERS AND-AG MEN WILL ; :
:::: PLAYERS ON DIAMOND-BECIX !}I DEBATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION DEPARTMENT -' ATTENTION OF HIGH SCHOOLS EXPECTING TO PARTICIPATE IN \

WARMING VIFOR LONG PEABODY I i WILL GIVE COURSES MEET. CALLED TO A FEW SUGGESTIONS, FOR THEIR CONVENIENCE -
WILL TO SERVICE MEN WHO! ABSOLUTELY LAST DAY FOR I
:MEET ENTRIES IS APRIL SENTRY -
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SCHEDULE. 15TH. \,
WANT TO ENTER PROFESSION j FEE OF 50 CENTS PER MAN :MUST BE MADE.
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PHELAN ARRIVES ( Inter 3iety Matches Will be Held in .

ART ;II Peabody Auditorium-L. S. U. De I MANYCOUBSESOFFEREDjExcepting NO DISCUS THROWING EVENT TO BE TIllS YEAR
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', bate Will be Held in the Gym- ....
Enables
Support Manager to
Student nasium. { First Year English and
Bring Crack Georgia Team Here on i I : !:('Cordj'Held by High School Men in Previous Track Meets Here -Announced -
Sciences a Complete High School
26-27-Announcement in Mess i I --- i' by University Director of Athletics-Expect Many Record ,
April Work for campus debaters is in' Course Will be Offered in Additionto J
I Bettered This Year on Account of Post-War Conditions. I
Hall Brings Support From All. j
I full swing now. The teams to represent -I College Work needed.

I Florida in the Triangular debate I

Georgia Tech will play baseball I have been working hard for two All Florida men who arc in the army|t Plans have been made by the I I I i Preparations are 'being made indifferent i I:

here April 26-27. This is assured, months and are ready for the fray. !; or navy and all former Florida service -} Gainesville Rotary Club to assist in high schools throughout j I
the housing of men who will come the State for the annual high school
all the fans
and of course are very I The team to debate Louisiana State j men are offered scholarships for i
here from various high schools over track meet to be held here I II
April 17.
much pleased with the prospects of I University 'selected Monday week has I correspondence courses by the General I ,
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the State for the Annual High School Many of the high schools report the
this classic. Also Art Phelan is on, settled down to work in earnest for 1 j Extension Division of the University j I II
Track Meet to be held on April 17. I formation of track teams and for
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take charge of the C
deck to squad and their encounter to be staged here [ of Florida. These courses are intended !
i Some of the men will stay at the University their benefit the Athletic Director
things will begin humming on Flem- April 16th. s[ primarily. for the men who want I
I I !I I and all of them will eat there here has issued the following list of.
ing field Tuesday afternoon. The Benton Engineering I i i to enter professional schools on leaving I
Society 1 i a part of the time but the Rotarians records for the various events to.....be t
'Tech became has the service but who lack high
The games a surety selected. R. T. Hargrave and II '
held in the meet .
will be on the job and have arrangedfor :
I
when an appeal was made in Mess' Leisher, with Copp, as alternate to, school or elementary college work I the accommodation of a large 100 Yard Dash-Pearson, Brooks- :

HaH for subscriptions to bring the I represent them against the Ag. Club required for admission to these I i,number of the men. vine; Cook Orlando; Snyder Day- !

Georgia team here. The appeal met I in a debate March 12th, on the ques- schools. A committee from the Rotary Club tona. Tied for first place. Time: ,

with hearty response, and althoughthe tion: Resolved; "That the coal mines That it takes more courage to begin !i 10 2-5 sec.Running. y

um necessary for the game has should be acquired and operated by lessons where they were left offj i will meet the trains beginning Fri- j High Jump Smith, Fort ,.,

not been completely raised, the the United States." The Ag. Club and to be classmates of boys and : day noon April 16, and will continue'to '! Lauderdale Madison Jacksonville I i
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the trains until of
meet noon
games are assured. debaters are Driggers and Yancy, girls several years younger than itI I Saturday the 17th. The contestants Baker Jacksonville. Tied for first

Phelan arrived Monday night, and with Hearn as alternate. took to run the submarine or to face I will be given lodging and breakfast! place. Height: 5 ft, 7 in.
'Gator Peabody Club represented by I the Germans is doubtless agreed to 880 Yard Run Gordon
began whipping the nine into Fort Lauderdale -
at the homes where they stay and I
school enlist in
shape at the practice Tuesday. The Blackburn and Cason will debate the by many who left to other meals will be served at the I ; Stevens Jacksonville Tied i
j jUniversity
men have been limbering up for the John Marshall Society on March 15 the army or navy. To buck up for first place. Time: 2 min. 11 sec.

last week, although the weather has on the question: Resolved; "That against this ,after-war test in orderto commons. |I 220 Yard Run-Pearson, Brooks- ,
I' the members of the United States fit themselves for college The discus throwing event will not .
been very bad and only the old-timers vine; Snyder, Daytona. Tied for first :
have been out in force. But with the House of Representatives should be!lf t professional schools or to drift along I;:take place this year. The authorities j I place. Time: 2.! sec. .

warm weather, several newcomers f: elected from the State at large" the with insufficient education is a j are not anxious to push this event ;! Running Broad Jump-Sollee, Jack- :

Lawyers upholding, the negative.All i lem that comes with discharge. I this year but was announced in order' sonville. Distance
,are on hand and from the large 1 : 21 ft. 3 3-4 in.
'
amount of material, the University the inter-society debates will I Recognizing neither age nor place I!I I to get the schools thinking about the 1 120 Yard High Hurdles-Snyder, ;I

looking forward to a winning 'Gator I: be held in Peabody Auditorium, while I the General Extension Division is I event and to advocate it for next year. i 1 Time: 17 3-5 sec. I II j

nine this spring.Art 1 I the Triangular debate and the L. S. ; ready to carry high school and college I I After the meet when all the coaches I i i[ Shot Put Burns Jacksonville. ;

I I U. debate will be held in the gym- i to any battleship, naval stationor I are together the matter will be discussed 'i 1 Distance: 39 fe. 4 1-2 in. 'I
Phelan is farmer second- !
a '
i nasium. t tj camp and to any office store, fac- I and a final decision made regarding 440 Yard Run Pearson Brooks-
packer of the Chicago Cubs but has.; i
j! After the second debate the winning : tory or farm. Hand-in-hand with I it. (! ville. Time: 54 sec.

gained a large amount of publicity in j team having the lowest average :, the practical training received in the I The University authorities request I I Pole Vault-Sollee, Jacksonville': I
Florida of the Bartow'
as manager will debate the Farr Literary society i. army navy or business world may go that the men who are coming to !110 ft. 9 in. \

team of the Florida State League .'I and the winner of this debate, debates J t! now the theoretical preparation required Gainesville will take particular noticeof 220 Yard Low Hurdles Snyder" .wI I
the last
which he worked
with during
!! niith the remaining team for the cup. i by.colleges, for patriotism has the following: I Daytona. Time: 28 sec. '
weeks of the of 1919.
season The debating council requests that ,' not led colleges and universities to accept i 1. ABSOLUTELY the last day for : One Mile Run-Stevens, Jackson-

i those who have not paid' their debating -!i citations as substitutes for en- entries is April 3. This is necessary !' ville.' Time: 5 min. 7 3-6 sec. j

s CONNELL MAY GO 1 I fee will pay it immediately at| trance requirements. The high schooli t in order to arrange for housing facilities -| Half Mile Relay Race-Brooksville '

e _TO_ WEST 1- POINT. !I the auditor's office. i' and college courses of the corres- 3nd other matters. The program 1 High School. Time: 1 min. 40 sec., ,.

t i po7c ence-study department will help must go to press soon after this date. With a fresh impetus from the war ...
I j The 'Gator line will have another : bridge the gap between before-war : and double the number of contestantsthis
BE SURE AND HAVE YOUR ENTRIES
I FERTIliZERHAVE flEN -
, zap if Harvey. R. Connell, 22 -passes : and after-war student days. IN BY APRIL 3KD. year will probably witness the "I

t the entrance exams for West Point | Courses are offered by the Col- : smashing of several standing records. ,
tI : 2. Entry blanks wiij l hs sent in a
next week. He has received an ap-1 I i COURSE With this view committee
I:: leges of Aits and Sciences Agriculture short time. le sure to nave thd fee j in the faculty -

I" pointincnt as alternate in the Fourth'district i'' and Education and no-credit!J of 50 cents per man accompany the handling the track meet have : i

and will take the exams at j courses can be taken in law and en-i list. \ I urged and requested an early start in j!
SHELDON
OF
TOLLES
H. N. '
Arcadia. i j gineering. There are also special'courses. }; training for the contesting high
i SCHOOL CHICAGO MAKES HIT I / 3. All contestants hould be here' 11,
Connell has been a strong point in II i :. ; schools. Plans are already under '
not later than Friday night as alii j,
the Florida line where he has played i Virtually a complete foUr-year!'I trial heats in the dashes and hurdles j ji I way for an improvement in the track !
SALESMANSHIT' I
last each I| and grounds t.ere. and by the time for 1
guard for ,the two years I' I I high school course. with the exception |i will be run off on Saturday morning ,

year being awarded the "F." Seventy-five salesmen of science and first year English can i:!| at 9 o'clock. the meet they will be in first .class 4
representing"
Harvey is a popular man on the I various fertilizer )I be taken through correspondence. ]:1 4.' AH contestants must report in ,- shape.

campus and his friends will regret to State, attended the Three-Day Short jCourse j Relatives of Florida service men the Gymnasium.. at 8:30." Saturday'

see him leave. He is a member of,i! held for fertilizer salesmen j whose high school and college educa- morning to receive their numbers. ) BAMBERG LOCATES OLD

the Theta Chi fraternity and was the first three days of the week. This !ji tions have not been completed will The manager or coach can receive I> SCHOOLMATE THROUGH

registered in the Arts and Sciences'! course was made possible through the i t tI help take high schools and their State the numbers for his men. ,L ALUMNI: SECRETARY
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Department. |I i Southern Fertilizer Association and j t tII : University to these men regardless,of i iI i 5. Contestants are requested to !I : I I II

_____ j i is the first of its kind held in the j I I where they are stationed if they will ;i wear their high school 'colors upon I A pleasant surprise was' experienced 4 4i

1920 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE j II I State. Judging from the interest displayed -!! send their names and addresses to their arrival so that the committee by C. S. Bamberg 12, when he j
i in communication with Alumni
\ ![ and the large attendance it I i Director B. C. Riley General Extens- :, meeting trains will know the men. got 'I

October 9'-:Rollins at GainesviHe. !i will not be the last. Similar courses I II ion Division University of Florida I This will facilitate the handling of }! Secretary O'Byrne on his recent arrival -
I in Tampa. Bamberg has been II
!
October 16 Newberry College at i Universities Gainesville. '
have been offered at other State i I j the crowd.
I [ traveling over the Southwestern
Gainesville. i this year and in other years. 6. Men who expect to stay in the 1
Gaines-i States and Cuba for the Northwestern
October 23-Southern at I j The course consists of lectures along COLLEGE PAPERS : dormitories or elsewhere with friends I Electric Comanpy, of Rochester N.

ville. vital will notify the Athletic Director when i
of
J agricultural lines, which are
Y., and.while in Cuba a few days ago i
October 30Open.November concern to the seller of fertilizers and the entries from their school are sent : j
I received a wire from his directing !
6 Tulane at Tampa. salesmen ; IN THIS STATE In. i company I
technical talks leading
of by I
him the
of Geor- I I to report at general
November 13-University of selling : 7. Watch The Alligator for I ,
en the wherefore and how farther t offices immediately, prepared to go to I
gia at Athens. i
I fertilizer. MAY ORGANIZE i announcements. "
i France foreign representative
November 20-Stetson at Gaines- I as a I 1 1,
I i It was through the co-operation oft i i with headquarters in Paris. i)
ville. the Agricultural Extension Service i LOCALS. i I
November 25-Oglethorpe at Co- in Florida Upon his arrival in Tampa he communicated -
and the Southern Fertilizer Associa- Editors of college papers I' ,
with Secretary O'Byrne,
lumbus. 1 tion that this gathering come to the will form an organization to be known | M. R. McCorkle left school the past i
-- who informed him that R. Lee Jarrell
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-- I University, and all meetings are being |as the Collegiate Press Association week on account of ill health. "Mac" I I
13 is with the French-American Sal-
WRESTLING. !! held in Peabody Hall The South Florida, if plans made at the press ''lives in Johnson City, r :m him I:
Company at Paris and
Wrestling practice under the super- ern Fertilizer Association bears all (! banquet at Rollins two weeks ago are : P. G. Parrish spent a few days of Jarrell's vage address in that gave city.
present
vision of Warner and Yancy has } the expense of securing lecturers ), successful. Miss Bryan of the Flam-j t!I the last "wr-eK at his home in Dav n- { Jarrell roomed across the hall from III
while the different fertilizer concerns I Ipay beau served as secretary pending the I
marked improvement .
showed
some Bamberg when they were in college j
last wjeek. Some of the the expenses of their representa- !j formation of the association.The port.Vandergriff 'I
during the
is back with us from but they have not seen each other for
this I tives. The high value of the course is !
out to practice j Rollins Sandspur says:
men reporting !i Jacksonville attending the law college. several years. Hence it was an un- '
week are as follows: Coats, Braddock, I thus shown by the willingness of the ] "It is not letting the cat out of the ;!1 Dick Knight motored down to Tampa ; expected treat for Bamberg to learn ;

r James, Stanley, Curtis Redman i companies to stop salesmanship operations I bag to say that after the.,banquet the i I this week visiting home and re- '! that he would be able to meet his old ,

Driggers Haith Tyler and to allow their men to attend j other night, the editors present and i j turning the last of the week. '! chum in Paris. -*" I

i[ The tournament will start Ethridge.1 I school One of orfe the more.main features of the proi i i:one of ,the former editors of The :, "Fats' DeVane was among the fer- As a result of this incident, he Is of : ,

day March 10, and will be Sandspur got together. And out of :tilizer salesmen who attended the the opinion that it pays to keep in !

gymnasium. Any student who is interested I gram were the practical salesmanship !::the get-together emerged a tentative i short course this week. / touch with the Alumni Secretary. '
I I"Pat'
should try out for the wrestling -i J j[ talks given by Harry N. Tolles of the |i iI !plan for the Florida Collegiate Press ,; ;1

t club. Practice afternoon !1 j| Sheldon school, Chicago. On Monday : I '
every A tentative constitution : Green an alumnus of the I Ii
: I i Association. : Prof. B. C., Graham, one of the best ,
the from 5 6. Instruction he spoke on "Salesmen" and on Tuesday : !
to
in Gym :!
, "The Science of Salesmanship."i ii i i was drawn up and copies of which, known and well liked educators in i University attended the short course i _

II. free. 1 i Other on out-of-town speakers were: j I I with plans will be forwarded to the this State, and who taught in the f for salesmen this week. "Pat" is Jive I

I. Mooney Futch who attended the ? Mr. Lorenzo Wilson of Jacksonville; other college papers for discussion and. 1 schools of Tampa for many years, I ing in Bradentown. I II It

J' University last year, stopped over at Prof. J. N. Harper Director Soil Jmprovement -.1 I action." !!died Monday night at the home of his ,3 t I '

:he University City Stmday'night. He Committee; Prof. C. A.1 l The members of The Alligator staff S daughter in Tampa. For four years D. F. Christiance of Miami meal j

, is a salesman ,for ,the ,Michelin Tire:I Whittle and F. H. Jetes of the Soil are behind this proposition, and will 1 Pro-f. Graham was superintendent of ;I attending the short coarse and visiting ,

Company. Improvement' Committee. I give it their hearty support., education for HiUfborongh county. his eon, D. P.,., Jr., here. .






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J PAGE TWO. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR.-- .. FRIDAY, MARCH 5, I9N




R: ELIGIBILITY RULES OF PICTURES and PICTURE FRAMES' SEE A. J. VIDAL ._r _NICK. u'. _D4MATO.;.;.:..> BUY CW :

r !lItH'i ORAH : For Drugs, Stationary! Toilet I I' 'HIGH GRADE _

i 1!: : : !. _. ORTON : Articles, Candies, Souvenir I
/ rfl N
.. U TAILORING
,t,r 5 II I I OVELT1ES :: Cards; PpnR.Waterman'sJSBODffORD 1 I i NOT CREDIT .

,, tt #. ARTICLE IX 'I; Store
.": rll Greeting Cards t Next door to McCollum's Drag
.I Rules of Eligibility 1
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; ;,;' : The eligibility rules of thU Association i: \ "
'_ ,.;: t shall apply to every student: ing year or years unless he passes!
,111,:, .' i competing in any athletic contest asa twelve college hours of work. Twelve. I tJ--
i ;1 ,, representative of any college in this,J recitation hours a week shall count as j
:1, ,i I.t. Association. twelve I college hours a year or twen-j
'::1; ; i Remuneration ty-four semester hours; two labora- DRUGGIST 1J
: :;+t l.': Section 1. No student shall take i tory hours shall count as one recita- J ,i
.. .., .; part in any intercollegiate contest j tion hour; three hours in shop, in : j
!n.. :; :-;. I who receives any gift, remuneration,1!' field work, or military drill shall --- -- I J Jt
'i ) '! or nay for his athletic services directly I' count as one recitation hour. ,t t
:: j:, ,. J or indirectly, or who bets on Residence and Participation SHOES Ii I er
t ,'! ,;'. i the game in which he participate. I Sec 8. No student who has beena i

:' t i; 'i Sec. 2. No student who receives. I student of another- institution of H B. \I. TENCH H :: i!
,
: :" '. any compensation from the colle : for i collegiate rank shall be permitted to I : i
'
I i services rendered by way ,of regular| football, t
take in intercollegiate tI
: .,;:' :.I instruction shall be allowed to pby! part 0 Gainesville 0 I
f have not denied
stud- ,
'. "., ? on any team; but student laboratory I I.i t until he has been for one year a Many customers
':. ent in the institution which he enters That their tailor they have tried
; t assistants, or men holding analogous II
:',::.,:,.i !: positions, shall not be barred by this t 1 last, I E Florida. ESHOES One they has left once them have dissatisfied.But patronizedAnd .
I ; !, r' rule. Leaving CollegeSec.
: l:; '!': Assumed Name I 9. No student who takes part I you see my trade is suchI
: :t+ J z Sec 3. No student shall plain (Continued on 'Page Five) dare not reveal too much

I ''.,,:'" t l any game under an assumed name. I ._ .- I shall welcome your approach 'I
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't Scholarship Requirements With a firm hand-shaking clutch.
.". .:i'HH, : Sec. 4. No student shall take part!'j GENUINE FRENCH BRIAR PIPES II I'!I Your all welcome and dear to me
'; ,: in any intercollegiate contest unless!It J I at prices which cannot be duplicated in the future. We are s llin; j I I As the boys of the ''University I
: : i he is a bona fide student regularly en-'! I II '
t | them at SOc. 75c and $1.00. I try to charge the smallest fee ,
rolled.as a candidate for a degree and, t
i L. C. SMITH, JEWELER J j Which is one's best remedy.
.f r. doing full work in a regular course I i J
: Side of Gainesville, Florida |
Square.
j North
'r as defined by the regulations of the
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; department in which he is enrolled, I !
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j 1' or,> in default of such definition, byi I I:1 JACKSONVILLESPORTING i ,..
i !-:1 1 the regulations of the faculty com THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR, "FOR FLORIDA"" .
,: 'I
mittee on athletics. ;
'. : Sec. 5. No student-shall *ake part i ii ;; GOODSCOMPANY
'i, : : !Iw in intercollegiate athletics who does" i i New Spring Models Now onDisplay$30.00
1'f !II, not matriculate in person withinfifteen I GAINESVILLE FRUIT STORE to $40.00MEN'S .
I 'I dlI .
fi'if t days after the opening date of 1! Fancy Fruits and Draft Beverages. Cigars, Cold Drinks and Bevo, lOc F rhe Sportsman's Store"
I r. i't i the college. j FASHION SHOP
Thank You. Come Araia.
,f =F o Sec. 6. No student shall'take part i!' I 129 West Bay Street. Phone 74S
,! i. .! "' .in intercollegiate athletics during his i\ N. S. TAMP AS, Manager. Jacksonville, Fla. I! Tampa Florida
!I .' r. first year unless he presents upon i : i I
It :first entrance to college fourteen Carnegie Ir !
l ;; units, or unless he meets the-I( J --- -___ __ ____ __ d __
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j j
; i. full entrance requirements of the;
j ..: ,'" Freshman class, provided said requirements -i FORD HEADQUARTERS
are not less than twelve J. R. ALDERMAN, Prop
: ,' -1 unconditional Carnegie units. I BUR Er- THE CLOTHIER
The Home of the Famous FORD MOTOR CARS, Accessories -
"} Sec7.. No student shall take part Supplies and Repairs. i
';: in intercollegiate athletics the follow-' I

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Tallahassee, Florida You'll Be Welcome Whether, or Not You Decide to Buy

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i 1. College of Arts and Sciences, granting B. A. and B. S. degrees.. I E

,. .. 2. Normal School offering General Teacher's Primary and Kindergarten TAILORAlteration

: courses, leading to L. I. degree; also General Review

,: course. (All courses in the College and ,Normal School may Cleaning Pressing

I lead. to County or State Certificates. Ask. for information.) Phone 354. Gainesville. ,

; ;'. 3. School.of Music, granting,certificate and.the. B. M. degree. ...
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.7. Graduate School, granting M. A. and M. S. degrees.. :, : I !I_LiC J\ ALL
SORTS OF .

: .. TUlTION'FREEin College and Normal School>,.>I II.L Athletic and Sporting Goods x!!Ii -:-

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I i j Ladies Ready to Wear, Dry Goods, Notions, Curtains and _f LARGE WASH ROOM FREE. _

t ATHLETIC UNION SUITS $1.25, $1.50 $1.75 $ ...
t Curtain Materials and Window Shades ;
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LY.M1t. 5, 1920: '
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.w PAGE THREE
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ftr. .1f + + + + + #, ter-s ciety debating. -k+ u _r...__ ,
A motion
{, made and was
carried
that
I -al1
CAMPUS CLUBS shall be required to pay'their members dues A j I
1 within E HT
two
weeks or their
4 .. + 4Engineers+ + + + + + + not appear in the Seminole.picture will .- I

1, Society Meets. DELTA RHO ENTERTAINS <

At the meeting of the Benton En- Society three very interest- In honor of the first :.- -." "- oI
anniversary of :.. <<', :: I
JC and instructive lectures were the Delta Rho Frternity, 'Doctor


;::0y Hubbard' spoke on "Subir- and members Mrs. and Simpson pledges entertained of the Delta the I Tongues I.

tion." with which he is very fa- Rho at their home on Church street ,. \ ,
last Thursday !
having been engaged in injjjmg evening After spend-
jjgjr ; ing an extremely enjoyable
jtnfcDjjgth and operating these plants in the hqstess served delicious evening refreshments -, Our Slices I
Florida. Hubbard brought out II Z or ;
.
clearly the method used in con- This is the second ,
'di event of interest ,
roCtion and installing these plants I I which has taken place for Delta Rho .
lately, as two Could Talk
prof. Scott gave as current events, weeks ago the members -
detailed report on "Needed Reforms and pledges enjoyed a banquet at
I
( the "
a Highway Work," and also "Com- !I "Kettle. i I
-leliensive Systems for Numbering : Delta Rho has succeeded in renting
qty Bridges." These two tech- I the old K. A. rooms over the Federal ;

jjal topics were secured from an enpeering -.I Bakery and'are now occupying them. THEY'D TELL-A FAR MORE INTERESTING STORY THAN ANY WE' ;
magazine and well pre "t They are an improvement over the GOULD THINK OF. THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY FROM THE
tested. old quarters and from now on the TIME THEY WERE CUT FROM GENUINE CALF-SKIN UNTIL THEY I !

K J H.H. Bushnell told of the "Electric I from fraternity time will to time.FutchYost be .able to hold dances : WERE TRIMMED, FINISHED AND SENT TO ONE OF THE THRBE': i

Coaling Pier" that is installed at Pen.sacula !', PORTER STORES TO BECOME PART OF THIS GREAT ORGANIZA :
l Bushnell had a detailed t TION'S POPOGANDA OF QUALITY. i ) I
Wedding. \
of the machine the blackboard
I sketch on .
event of interest to University I'I'An :
! and explained its operation BLACK BROWN AND THE
1 circles will take TAN LEATHERS IN LASTS THAT FIT .
place Wednesday,
Completely, answering several questions FOOT COMFORTABLY AND CORRECTLY, I
when Miss
that were asked. Eva Futch of Gainesville, t :
will be united\ in marriage with Walter -
Next Monday night the program Everything* that Men and Boys Wear .
follows J. Yost, of Montgomery, Ala. Miss f ;
-will be as :, I
Futch is among the popular town
Why Should the Civil Engineer I .
girls who are well known in the Uni- 1
bow the Mechanical, Electrical,
t versity, and her departure from here
Chemical, or Mechanical Engineer?' I
will be .regretted.
-L H. Barwick. ; .
"Current Events"-D. Hubbard. j' :
,P. K. A., Reception to Mothers. i t
Should Freshmen
"Why EngineerIng :- '
Students Seek to be Acquainted. Alpha Eta Chapter: of the Pi Kappa i i i
Alpha Fraternity will give their an- I
with Seniors-J. A. Windish. I '
Every member of the society is ex- nual reception to the mothers of Corner Bay and Laura Jacksonville Fla. f
.
,
jected to be present. I Gainesville, Friday May 7, in their .
{! club rooms over the Lyric Theatre. .

Farr Literary Society.Dr. a,
C. L. Crow entertained the society : Stray Greeks, Elect Sponsor. .. .. .... . ................ .... ...... .. f

talk "The 1 Stray Greeks of the University have | .
night | --- -- -- -- -- -- .
Monday by a on --- --- --- ---- --- -- --- t :
Loafer the German University." elected Mrs. Alex. to act as their' married and will to Hondurasas CII
at soon go RBag rafEfiiram ;
ie stated that students at German sponsor, and will place her picture I!' a missionary. His wife will accompany g; ;

Diversities can be clearly divided into -, with theirs: in the Semindle. i him. They plan to remain in Y1 GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO. 1

two claSses-the hard student, and Honduras for two years.R. ifi !It'
4.4.4.4. .4.4.4.4. + + '.
the loafer. A full account B. Huffaker recently resigned
loafer I ii iR
+ NOTED FOR
QUALITY I
student life and customs of the
vas then given, including an interesting + ALUMNI NOTES. + as prosecuting attorney of Polk coun- !it DIAMONDS, FINE, JEWELRY, CHINAWARE, $ "
+ ty. He'was succeeded by Spessard !:IiI x
+ GLASSWARE AND SILVERWARE I
description of the dueling system.The y;i
lecture was one of the best + + + + + + + + + + + + I L. Holland, '16. i 41, West Bay Street. Jacksonville Florida.j 9i r

beard at the University this year. It A. A. Baker, '12, a brother of Paul Isaac C. Jenkins, '06, is pastor of I I ,

is to be regretted that those who Baker, is now in Japan. the Methodist Episcopal church at :j CLASS PINS-RINGS-MEDALS-TROPHIES
could have derived the most practicalgood is Jacksonville. :!i Ci "
Worthington Blackman, 13, operating I
from it did not hear it, literary j I his father's farm at Sanford. i i i W. P. Jernigan, '18, is Sugar Chemist dHiJiifrjzTiininiJiiriiaagfigawjuminraj.
society work not being in their pro-5 .. .
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Clarence J. Braymer, '17, is with [ at Central Stewart, Stewart, Cuba.

gram.In I 1 I the Packard Service Company of U. G. Lofton, '13, is in San Domingo I .!
a lively debate on the question I Ii i
Columbus, Ohio.J. in the service of the Federal Horticultural -
cf the adaptation of the budget sys- .I
tem, the affirmative, supported by P. Carter, '08, is practicing Board. \

Dock and Green, was given the, decision I. medicine in New Orleans. i i W. A. McMullen '05, is Civil Engineer I SOUTHERN MUSIC CO. i :

over the negative, supported i I t W. W. Flourney, '95, of DeFuniak j for the Isham-Randolph Company .

by Bowen and Stanley. I Springs, was recently appointed a of Jacksonville, engaged in 28 ADAMS STREET JACKSONVILLE, I,
member of the State Board of Con- ,
drainage work in the upper St. John'sdrainage
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Ag Club. trol. .
basin.M. !f '
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Three interesting talks were en George J. Grace, '14, is principal. I I 1... Mershon, '12, of Miami- is an M I\ Largest Stock In the South of Musical FU'I .
joyed'by those who attended the regu- the High School at Trenton. attorney in that city.

lar meeting of the Ag. club last. Monday R. A. Green, '16, who was reportedto R. D. Rader, '10, is a Government \I struments, StrIngs Drummer's Traps

night.. be candidate for State Superin- Civil Engineer, engaged in drainageand m (
E. H. Hurlabaus and*C.. L. Devane ,tendentof:' Public Instruction, informs road work near Jonesborough, i and Sheet Music
told the club of their trip through the the Alumni Secretary that the I Ark. !IiI.IL

citrus section of the State. Hurlabaus ,.rumor is without foundation. He is''
'
kept constantly before .the club the now teaching at Lake Butler. I!(, C.Master's A. Robertson degree, 15 in, who 1919,receivedhis is now !j jj ORDERS: SENT SAME DAY AS RECEIVED :

facts of the rapid development in hor- N. E. Hainlia, '15, is operating a : at Harvard working for a Doctor'sdegree. .

ticulture throughout the State and es. I clarifier in Dade county.J. I: \ 1'1 faameacsaafiHifi

De-ane Post Hallows, 'IB, is with the : L. J. Statler, '17, is an instructor inI I ---, "
State Road Department at Deer I the University of Missouri, at Colum-
and intellectual1' talk. Park, in charge, .of' construction between I' bia, Mo. He was recently married. 1 ........... ....- ... ... .... ........ '

Hamilton, better 'known as the St. .Cloud and Melbourne. W.:.L.'Tervin, '17, is practicing law 1 1Eses

bird from Tennessee gave a very I W. Paul' Hayman, '18, is a field i ,at Bradentown. es ,
,.instructive talk OB vegetable growing representative of the Gulf Fertilizer i I Harry W. Thompson, who was an ,_ ,'. -
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Tennessee. The meeting closed after Aviation instructor during the war, Tested. ee.Gw .j.
a lengthly, discussion on: .matters company of Escambia .. .' '
\ and to in.I Walter B.: Hilton. 11, was recently, is now County Attorney ,
to'the-Seminole
;
pertaining<<: county.- He 'was married December 'I'..'- '1 .

." Memphis.Major OUR OWN LENSE GRINDING. :. NO DELAY. .
--=:;;;:- i 23, at WF;: DO -
,.J. M. Tillman,"17 is County '\
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& SON
= 1 Demonstration" Agent for DeSoto %_ ,

'i county sold his Jewelers and Opticians Gainesville, Florida.. ,
Ist J. M; Tison, 91, recenty
farm near Ocala and moved to GaIn- ................ .... .. ... .....

esville. r .' __ __, _. ._______ I
t
: W H. Turnley, '19, is studying

i ..:, medicine ginia. at the University of Vir- "II t tI F1 I

I S. R. Ward, '18, a brother of Cap-
tain Bloxham Ward, is a First Lieu A COMPLETE LINE
= tenant with the :Fifth, Division at

Camp Gordon ". :; .

Dr. H. S. Woodbery, '06, is' at St. pf Furniture and House Furnishings can be found at :

i i Joseph, Mo. .. ..,
MANY John S. Wyckoff, '18, is taking an i
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other form ot smoking.' ,!, reports killing frost and .. .
t I MOST men prefer the pipe to any .: t.
satisfaction and to vegetables.
: comfort contentment real mnelx damage

economy in .a good pipe. W D C Pipes give you this, and.: ,, . -

more. A Ixcial seasoning process makes the genuine Frenchret ,:, : <'_-- Uli '-.1 "-li''!'' I It ,- ... .. ,.-. '
briar bowl break' in and\rneUow. Pick a good shape .. J JY
Goods "At, Popular Prices.-- : ; : ; r
at your nearest dealer's, at year price. t Florida;Barber Shop ,: : .- -AT-_ .

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I' #! :Entered as second class matter Sep ember 28, 1912 al thetpostoffice! at
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p -I i Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1879. f fI 44jrit -' i
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i \ I y urpTse in Peabody and Language Halls. .i !
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,I' ; : ; :1 have just had'a. look at an extraordinary-report. ,made,{or the trustees : ; I
'.1 : of one of our great Universities. It Is ,a report on ,the financial ; .condition I,

! : : eleven typical professors. Here area few items; .:

? j J, : CO! the eleven, ,ten. couldn't, make' ends,meet. during the past year. The .I J 1;]
; i Tannin debt all the war from $71'to.$1.169The:one who did .make ends meet I If. *Ii

f. jt f succeeded in saving $115. j jI t

I 6-The professors'' wives all dread to go out.parties.because.f ..theirr _
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:,.I'I h shabby clothes make- them look ridiculous..beside the.well-dressedstudents\ ,j 1'I

line professors cannot be called on for faculty,meetings.orother..work ...

.j" r before the middle of the morning on Mondays,-.because they-Lave..to. stay 1 I ., The.Service of an Electrical ; !

"i home and help do the family wash.'. [ r y -' I

: ,;; i The most that any professor's family spent for recreation during the j Re arch Laboratory !

: year was $141, and the least was $8. None of them can afford to buy books j 1 The research facilities of the General Electric Company 1 .
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I : : or magazines. It is jui ,one' mad scramble to keep shirts von,.their back ( are'an asset of world-wide importance,"as recent, war' I '

! They never can go to the..theatre.. '. t15-rnt.tmovie. .. :is aboutJheirvlimitj.AnflHhe $t { ., work has so"clearly demonstrated Their advantages' ,
: humor ofvjhe situation'.that$hey .ar' criticized for being in of t
grim j pursuits peace made them of inestimable value I tI s
i j+:. behind the times! .., .f f.I f.\ Si inttime. orwar.e i. f

I I, *I could go on and quote more of ,the details of this report-but the facts I A most interesting story tells of the devices evolved which aub .

1- i are familiar. to everybody. stantuuly aided'In Solving one of the most pressing problems of II
t ** .Dean Swift were alive, what fun he I t the war'=the sabmarine menace. Fanciful, bat no Iess ieal'wefe '
I t : y } If a great satirist like Voltaire J ., CcaN.ltbrCsmlEtrdrirC.tstoq i the results attained in radio communication which enabled t
! ''f : "fleet of flying battleships, and made posdMr an 1 I ,

I ':: : : t :..Teachers educate themselves to appreciate good books-but they can't J S abmeritudetectionde.ices the sending,"without'a wire, history-mating messages and orders I
, '. t. I X-rr tube for medical service I to ships at"sea. Scarcely less important was the X-ray 'tube, ;
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-affotdjto'bny.rany ) specialredesigned field
M Radvo telephone! at>4 telegraphZJectne hospital use and a notable contribution to
t ': :They studyi tai get an understanding of great plays..' They*.would;enjoy: !: welding and applications i I. the.militarysnrgical service.And many otherprodtxcts.for both coth-/ i i

I : ',, Shakespearean: productions more than most peoplebut they haven't the Searchlight lot the Army and Navy ia taunt andlndnstrial use,did their full hare in securing the victory.'

r t.r -price to-see'them.r' 'o EJectrif furnace for Van shrinkage'. r In the laboratories' are employed highly trained physicists.chenusts, Ii .
Uacaeto insolation. for [, metallurgists and engineers, some of whom are f
: air aerviccDetonator experts x> inter ;
and would
best
1 They train themselves to appreciate the music give I national reputation. These
*for submarine muses I men are working not only to convert
l anything to hear the latest:-perasi-but they..must leave all that to successful Incendiary aDd amok bocob* '' the resources-of N service to man but to increase .
the efectricny'in
I .: haberdashers and paving contractors, and be satisfied with listening to the r Fixation of nitrogen t usefulness of every line of endeavor. Their "

#! :: 't .eat..'that sings on the back fence. Sabttitatef for materials. achievements Scientific benefit every individual wherever electridty used. ;. ,

i ': j They know history,.and would enjoy trip ,to see, great,paintings andVelics I devises,more research efficient works hand in hand and with the development of new fl
apparatus of i
i i t, : of the past. But they lack the price of admission, and must stay at ,. 1 result*in the discovery of better and more processes useful materials manufacture.and ulti It I lr i

1. i- > nome and admire the town halL mutely in making happier and more livable the life of all mankind, y

i t :t: 0 In other words-they prepare themselves for the highest enjoyment of Booklet Y-863.
t't'i describing the f
; coaipany's plants
I. -cujture-and end up by; ;eating at. the second table. What better layout for ;J ; t,."f will be mailed upon request. Addrw Dk '37
,i : :his',;aavage pen could a satirist want 'T" '.: i
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; ': goes on around them. They see these teachers.with their patched pants

i and rundown shoes. What kind of an idea does it give them? Doesn't it General.Electric.j j
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i I : '. give them the,notion that the thing to do in this world,is to let your ideals go, I
., : : and snake; a dash for the. dollar! Why fool with ideals if the pursuance of :
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: them takes, you,to the pporhouse? Office 1OO.n 1"") Sales Offices in **'wD r

i, n" i It strikes the that 'it would be*awfully shrewd and far-seeing to give 11' JL: j all large cities.

! ; j t teachers enough that they could appear well. Why advertise to the young I- .. -
,i" :rthe-j: >enury of,the highly! educated? Isn't that a way to help drive them. into -' '- ,
l :abe:rankest materialism t.. ..
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I The above article taken from the .March issue of The American Magazine -

,! mirrors a condition which exists more or less in practically every college
1// .and university in the United States. An announcement by the Alumni Association -

: .. that a drive for more funds for the University and the resultant %% oolena :

i f t f increased compensation for instructors is to be launched, comes as an en- :
: couragement to professors at Florida. No doubt teachers at the University
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l t feel better toward the State and resent the fact that evident lack of appreciation -- ;

in the form of low-: pay keeps' them forever fightipg; the grim wolf of 131East.

.. 'want; the results of this drive should'alleviate this 'feeling. Any promise I Bay. Street' Jacksonville, _Florida... .... .
I -off improvement? is pleasing but a performance will .be. pleasing beyoncexpression. : ". > "

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i' 'uert-to the peoples-telling{them.the.needs of.ihe.University.that-tbey

turn may instruct their representatives.in the' Legislature, the Alumni As Inl ANNOUNCEMENT: .
j ciatfon heads hare sounded the keynote to the situation.i .t
A success in this drive which'deserve=.the'name-success-wfll be 'y '
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ized only when the people are-educated-not. only TO THE NEEDS of the J' : : ourlothes.: Ta atr' sa pgQfIIW. n .

! University. ; but TO NEED THE"University Create a demand, then watch, $1.2; Buy yoyr Clothes_ befq e thE} advance ter.,. '"nod-\ "-
f thjp source of supply develop as it should. Consumption breeds efficient s. .
make-your clothes<< /tA. f 5
ducUoi1.. SJe 1'
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j The problem of proper and ,adequate support for our University is social C1Qthesipade
m ourown.shop.; Save
aril, economic in nature Once-the;economic c:,,law} of supply, and demand is- :the .n fu.Immp.rpJb.!

'brought into.play, followed by the "effective desire, the "Law of Diminishing Mr. M. Mf1cq
yty"will have no effect on the salaries of the teachers, or on the.increastnpantand.the ; will r he. r. ?ZJg.qq1hlt..e. Inn for the
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..':Baby#Uttireraity"'willsailon'ta enjoy,the,fruitful future remainder! of the week. COme in and 1
-planned.for. it.many years ago, when the. now," famous Buckmap.vAct: ,'was of SUIt Samples You 9QKQx r lJi hundreds
passed. ? ; can order.n
hi iJ le .. : } } and pay
t I w they aN being made. ; .
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ule.is one calculated t6 warm the heart-oi'any devotee of Ihe rational SChed-l --

wt>so cares for high quality basebalL With inter and intra-State ,
' :strong teams the 'Gators,bid, fair to make a mark in baseball,circles. TwoTpaines ,
:' I II with Georgia Tech have been definitely settled on since-last week's '

I .story was written as will appear by the news columns. Coach Phelan is on Duval.1 Woolen 1' : I -

the jo'b,with a' C1Lc.kerjack'slring of letter men and "loads" of'other. ':promising : : : ( Mills
.54 material, as a rosy season is anticipated by all. !

Everyone is looking forward to Track Meet Week. d
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;ATLANTA GEORGIAN and SUNDAY AMERICAN. Contains 1 ;q
a 4heiItI.
U ,crackerjack sporting; eetion. Delivered. 20c. per"week. II. Save ..!. s..R..4lit
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THE FLORIDA ALUGATORS'aR1NK "
PAGE FIVE
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:.. LIGIBILITY. RULES FOR :-* Jtl

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j jgfcrcollegiate athletics and fails to "Classy"I I
:pjjji {in college. .for at least six
JtbS shall be eligible to play thefeIo1ring

yea.r. :; I II In :
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'1-Year Limit : '.- Style j
No student shall '
Sec JO. take 1 I
ut in intercollegiate contests more fabric andtailoring

thJD four years. In estimating the I ,
period of eligibility all intercollegiate I
:sparts shall be taken into consideraA 1
A student is charged with four I i I
participation in athletics, if I II I '
read have Sold on basis of
four calendar years elapsed I IJ

fron1 the time he entered contest. upon his J Quality; every suit
intercollegiate
first guaranteed to give
Baseball .
Summer --
See-'11. No student shall be eligible 1 49a i satisfaction or mon-
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to play in any intercollegiate con- i
who" has played baseball ey back. -
test on any i
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professional or. league team named in i ;+ \ o aA
pass! A, B, C, D, in the publicationof 4 I Snappy Young r

the American Sports Guide. 1)41 /1 it t Men's, andmorecQnservative -
Ineligible Player I

Sec 12. No team of this Association ._.., ? j i models for
shall player.play a suspended or debarred I- older men.

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Sec 13. A student entering one -

j jjstitution of collegiate rank from another Hart, Schaffner &. j

shall not be eligible to competein : Marx Suits
intercollegiate football until he has
teen for one year a student at the in- S S.
Gpeen $40 to $35
ititction which he enters last, regardless ,. .
of whether he ever engaged Society Brand" i
in intercollegiate athletics or not. I
ARTICLE X.
Suits.'I
CertificateNo ,
student is eligible to take part Rive.. IS45 to $65LEVY'S.
a intercollegiate contests until his

eligibility certificate has been filed by .
the Faculty Chairman of Athletics I S

with the district Vice-Presidem:. TUb.CNADPY LIME DRINK' f
ARTICLE XI. j, I
Scholastic Games v ',
Bay and Jlogan Street.
Football contests by members of : .j _
I. RIVER is different from any other drink JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I '
GREEN s
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SEE I Served with either charged" or plain water at all soda ADAMKATZ&CO.CORRECT

BAILEY : rountains.Y ou'lllike GREEN,RIVER.Ask font today. J JI


for I I I CLOTHESFOR I i io


SUITS i : \t SCHOENHOFEN COMPANY MEN :

;Ii -- CHICAGO I

'. I; I 1919 $.Co ,

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: this Association shall be had only, II I \
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TAMPA\ educational -
with teams representing
..- institutions, and no contests shall be' MILLER'S I I-I

FLORIDA. ," i ir had with high schools, secondary; II 1 J. W. McCollum & Co. 1 1,
similar institutions I
schools, academies, or -t DRUGGISTS :::1
without the consent and approval -' Agent For i iNUNNALLY'S "The Rexall Store" Gainesville. .
I of the Executive Committee.Thb ., I Agents for t
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with AND WHITMAN'S CANDIES S ,
rule does not forbid games LIGGET'S and NORRIS' CANDIES I IJ
Frohman: teams or Second teams. I TOMKINSON KEY FLORAL CO. I II i J

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Best Values to be 1 I ---- 1
Non-S. I. A. A. CompetitionNo I OF JACKSONVILLE IF ITS PRINTING SEND IT I '

had team of this Association shall i TO PEPPER
play any college team resident in S. i .
A. territory which is not a 1.1'A. Loose leaf books and supplies
,
I ber of this Association, without the .. PEPPER PRINTING' COMPANY ,
New Spring Suits j consent and approval of the Executive, BEST BY TEST
Phone 136.
I Committee. Shoes that wear
II III
arriving' daily. I ARTICLE XIII.- UNITED SHOE STORE 1
General Code I II Agents for Crossett and Educator Shoes.
'II Do Business With '
is'
I No member 'of this Association
to schedule games with colleges -T,
permitted PHIFER STATE BANK
_i'4_ ;,1: 'I that do not conform with the I'!' "
I code of rules adopted by this Asso-
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I ciation. Before every intercollegiate "
i'II' contest with non-resident S. I. A. A.;j THE NEW YORK RACKETAgent HOTEL HILLSBORO t
teams the respective Faculty Chair- :
\ the colleges concerned forFlorsheim
; men of Athletics of
'I.I I shall submit to each other acertified (: Shoes TOP 0' TOWN ;
r. list of the players eligible I 1 / :
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to participate
BAILEY under the rules adopted __
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this list -- -- -- ------------------ ------- S ::11 i
I in .said-c.ontest. In all cases j i "
days prior to the I, i
must be filed seven '"
THE CLOTHIER scheduled date of the contest. This j Alachua County Abstract Company ; TAMPA, FLA: ,
list must be filed with the districtI!I B. R. Colson, Prerident. !
i ., Vice-President. ; Member of American Association of Title Men. Members of Florida 1-- ---- --- .
205-207 Lafayette. :, Association of Title Men. ,
ARTICLE;XIV. I II
r,. **' .. I. j|i Training Table GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. DICK REID '

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: No member of this Association
( I.permitted to maintain a training.table I :MEN'S FURNISHINGS
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I ADVERTISING IN THE ALLIGATOR PAYS S'
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WHERE DO YOU TRADE? WE ARE GLAD TO HANDLE YOUR MAIL AT OUR EXPENSE. WE ARE _

PLEASED TO HAVE YOU USE OUR PHONE AND OUR "VIC" AND TO CASH YOUR CHECKS. WE ADVERTISE -

i IN YOUR ALLIGATOR-WHERE DO YOU TRADE DOES IT PAY TO ACCOMMODATE' OR

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1920
PAGE SIX THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR '

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

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HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes ,* Crane's Exclusive Stationary. .

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; Every suit guaranteed or refunded -, B3J
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po : '::1t-I!I WOLF BROTHERS 1i i THE WHITE HOUSE


A{ ,_ FRANKLIN' ST. THE HOME OF HART SCUAFFXER & MARK TAMPA I
j One of Florida's Best H6tels
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t; I I I Rates from $3.50 to $5.00\per( day, American Plan.

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1EtIGIBIUTY RULES FOR i shall, in general, govern all track, SPORTING GOODS
.. r I S. I. A. A. ; meets of this Association. j S. OGDEN CHADWICK,
ARTICLE XXI. I
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: (Continued from Page Five.) I I Contestants : Manager.
I .'t for any intercollegiate team. KODAKS I
i The contestants in the annual track
;; .; i! ARTICLE XV. I,'meet shall be limited to twelve men.II j I CUTLERY
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Modifying Contract The number of contestants from one i
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.."'r' Any team cancelling or modifying institution to start in any one event! Baird
+ "' I a contract for a game with another shall be limited to two men. Any con-J Hardware Co.

'.;: I institution without mutual consent testant may be entered in six events,'j Phone 7. Gainesville.
.
:. : must be reported to the Association but shall start in no more than five. A i The University Book StoreBasement
1 c'; i for discipline. contestant entered in any event may;I'
..r; ARTICLE XVI. Irr I run in the relay race. i ij II
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1k 1 ARTICLE XXII.. I! Language Hall
; No student shalt participate or of-!j LILIENBLUMBICYCLES
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.; ;.' ridate in football games not repre-{:, Points ;
'.t setting educational institutions. j The points awarded for events, including -I i II i
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:. I f< ARTICLE XVII. i the relay race, shall be five; NEW LINE UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIONER
The Coach points for first place, three for sec-! I
F :: Any coach who in any way aids or i ond, two for third, and one for fourth. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS FRESHMAN

r-; ; abets in aoy violation o* these laws ARTICLE XXIII. t CAPS ETC.
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: : or in any way violates the spirit of I I Time Schedule HIGGINBOTHAM BROS.On .
i f ;.I. these laws, shall be debarred from I.!! All track events shall be run on a ,
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: o, r : coaching any team in this Association,, time schedule with an interval of not your way to the University
; .: : I 1 < and any college employing such coach I j j, less than five minutes nor more than DRINKS and GROCERIES Everything: For The Students
1.: : I J after his debarment or allowing himi ]!I fifteen_ _minutes between events. Track jj I'f j
i B 'r to serve in any capacity, shall be expelled -j and field events may be run I -';""' _
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t XVIII. !! such events must appear at the start W. S -
DORSEY
; & CO.
: 't' Annual Track: Meet Iof I the track event on scheduled time.!; i
"'j' ;, No teams?except those of members He shall be given opportunity to pass Everything in Groceries;I
of this Association shall take part in I up this turn in the field event up to ,
'I the annual field meet of this Associa- and noi exceeding ten minutes of time For Goodness Sake Drink Gainesville Furniture Co.

; err, : f!i tion. ,I set for start of field event. / : DORSEY'S DELIGHT COFFEE
ARTICLE XIX.
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The place of the annual Canada Cal's Questions. i
I track meet I ii' .::::: = :;:x
; I 'f; : which is held the second Saturday in I Would you say that a bloke who }\!
; E-r, : "May, shall be fixed at the annual died from drinking wood alcohol was I SANITARY BARBERSHOP D. R. COX, Proprietor. '
: d r meeting of the Association. I
-: ARTICLE XX. i i croaked by a KICK in the stomach? j ji Phone 86
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*tr -' The rales adopted by the National i i Is Pale Ale a strong drink? It j
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GAINESVILLE FLORIDA.
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Intercollegiate Athletic Association very strong so pale. j .
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:. 'i'' ; GENERAL INSURANCE THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK I

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TAMPA FLA. p "The New Million .
Dollar Bank"
Resources Over
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'I'i"; .: : For college men, business : t Rx. TRY MOLNAR'S.DRINK t r 1

: men, professional I t Half a Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot.
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; :' = men, men of sports t I I Telephone 507.
; Gainesville, Fla.
:I } baseball, football, golf, 't t'J !

: ;: = tennis, shooting, riding. t "
IOST'DRINKS ARE "i ------ ---- -- -- __
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I the year 'round, t HARMLESS, BUT OUR I II 4

i' Bevo is hale refreshment IS THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER: THE
t I I II II 11IHlu tDLE FOR !
UNIVERSITY
; for wholesome .t COFFEE IS GOOD. I, OF FLORIDA

: thirst-an invigorating _
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; athlete or the man in -II

t.1 physical mental training 0 I II DORAN'S BICYCLE SHOP
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