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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 12, 1920
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
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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>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
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I ADDITIONAL TRACK fiiEEt--RuLES FOR STATE IIIGH SCHOOLS : II'! i :I




iZKIicAAiGFT Cfu1IPUS ABSOLUTELY-LAST; CHANCE FOR --- ----------- .SPRING ------ -- I


1 SOCIETIES ENTRIES IS APRIL GOOD LOOKING GIRLS'PICTURES SPORTS f. .


TO PRESENT NEEDS' TO P MEET IN DEBATE. THIRD IN ANNUAL TAKING SHAPE j I \

READRULKCAREFULLY

MEETINGS) WILL BE HELD :I NATIONAL OPERATION OF COAL MEN MUST; TURN IN PICTURESFOR 'GATORS WILL MEET THE INDIANAPOLIS !

THROUGHOUT THE ST.TEI MINES WILL BE Regulations Governing Different j SEMINOLE SOON TEAM AT ST. i

AS SCHEDULED DEBATED Events of Meet Are Made for FOR PRESS. PETERSBURG.SEIKTKGJTNAL.

High School,
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FOR AGREATER FLORIDA CUB SERIES BEGIINS Marablr Has Large Number of Pictures NINEScrub :

Entry blanks for the State High'School and Cardboard for Group

Track Meet have been mailed ;
Murphree and H. )1.i Has Arrived. Games Will Start Thursday- .1
president Driggers and Malcolm. Ag Club. Will S to all high schools in the State, and't :
i O'Byrne. Secretary of the t Meet Hargrave and LeUher Tennis Team May Meet' StetsonUniversity. ; '
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t by this time they should be in the :
have;*
..Alumni to Attend.A 1 Pictures of good looking girls .
Engineers.
hands of the coaches or princip41.ls.1AthJetie been coming in from Tallahassee aB I
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!i Director Buser requests that week and Editor Van E. Huff of the A team of University men will g8
campaign for a Greater Florida Driggers and Malcolm of the Ag those in the entries read i
of
charge
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Seminole says that be has all the pictures to St. Petersburg Monday aBEl wiBI I
Trill be formally opened on March 20 I Club will meet Hargrave and Leisher j!:; the rules carefully, and fill out the|
of the : series of two with the
sponsors. I play a games
of the Benton
in Tampa, when President A. A. Engineering Society I;I I blanks with care. Previous irstrue-t Members of the student body are i Indianapolis team of the International 1 j
tonight in the first of the Intersociety\j i, tions regarding the meet should be,
Murpkree will be the guest of the I debates for the year. The subject is : carefully followed. slow however, in turning in theirs I I League, holding spring training i

University Alumni in the Cigar City resolved: That the coal mines should :: It is important that all entries bet I and the Seminole staff is experiencing -there.: The games will be played onI

at a smoker given in his honor and be acquired and operated by the United 1 I i in by April 13. Also notice that two 1', some delay in making up the an- i I the 15th and 16th and Manager
I nual account of this. MaraWe hasa :George Hartman is trying to arrange
I on
-for the purpose of organizing the: States. The Aggies will have the !Ii i[ entries are allowed for each event {j jI
large number of the pictures now, ;a game with Southern College for the
Other alumni meetings 1 1I affirmative. All debates of this seines !:I and that it is necessary to send and '
Alumni. i with !
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: and has the names of men
given
I II will take place in the Peabody : entry fee of 50 cents a man, when; 17th.Despite
I throughout the State will be held on!'Auditorium. j! pictures at his studio to Hughes the untimely cool weather
: in the blanks.
I dates immediately following the:, sending Managing Editor of the Seminole.(of last week baseball practice pre- i
the j* For guidance of the athletes the
Monday night, the Lawyers and i
' be found 110 Thomas:gressed nicely. Coach Phelan got his tt i
at
I' 20th snd President Murphree, and!i Teachers will debate on the subject: I j rules governing the most important j ji I II Hall Hughes almost can any time during the day,1 first real line on the men in action. He

F. M. O'Byrne of the Alumni Association -s"Resolved that members of the Unit- i points have been arranged, and are!
I and he requests that the men learn if ,is an old hand at the game and is taking -

!! will attend th- meetings. : ed States House"of Representatives t published. their pictures are at Marable's as soon his time in making the final selections -
j I Ij should be elected from the State RULES. t
1 j The schedule arranged for the! at as possible. If they are there, then t for the team, and sizing up
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large. Blackburn and Cason will 3 ft. 6 in. High.
i the in the boys.
get them and turn pictures i
i meetings follows: uphold the affirmative for the Teach- 3ft, 6 in. High.
I with the money, if necessary, to the i In the infield a group of freshmen
March 22, Bradentown. ers, and Franklin ar.d Edrehi will represent : Ten hurdles I
to the course. They I; proper men so that the group pictures seem to have a corner on the market,
: 1Ia.rch23., Arcadia. ; the Law;er. shall be placed 10 yards with !but by means cinch-
apart
: ," I; can be made up. .- ,. _,_- no- places are any :
1 March: 24, Lakeland.ssSfc After the second debalir.thewin*Trst.| -hurdle 15 yard from startirg I Cardboard for the pictures t eETIle veteran m t&e( outfield are
grasp
March 25, Orlando. ,n !:g team having the lowest average (.. t and last hurdle 15 yards before i l; has arrived and is available at 110 1 being pushed hard for their old places

March 26, Ocala. f will debate the Farr Literary Sod( |1r, ; the finishing line. Thomas. :by new materiaL The pitehing stag

the desire the officers of [and the winner of this debate, debates 'this
i It is of 220: Yard Low Hurdles The Seminole staff requests prompt year seems especially- good.- With

I the Alumni Association to affectstrong j with the remaining team for the cup. 2 f t. 6 ia. high.They co-operation in order that the Annual!aH of test years heavers returned and
I The Intersociety debates have become ,several that look
these and
organizations at I new prospects goof'
( shall be placed !yards with will be out on time.FLORIDA t
j' an established activity here, and ;; the 'Gators be well
many other points in the State. The I the first hurdle 20 yards distant from : ought to represented

needs of the University will be pre-j 1 1I !the faculty cup has been an incentive : starting point and last hurdle 2"6I MINSTREL ; on the moend.

seated at that time, namely, the need for some good work in ths forensic yards before the finishing line. Coach Phelan has divided the squad

: of another dormitory, the completionof ,line. The organization winning this into two sections, one under his control -
: IB making record in hurdles it is :
: the mess hall an administration! cup for three consecutive times retains a PROMISES COMEDY ;:, and the other order the leadership

, building including a suitable auditorium -I it as their own. But so far no : necessary that the hurdler jump every of Profesor B ek. Prattle games

and equipment for the wing of i j,society has been able to get the cup j I hurdle standing., and every hurdle remain, DEBUT AT BAIRD THEATRE ON ;started on Thursday afternoon and

the Engineering Buildup and the oth- i:that many times. The cup is now held I, !i some lively scraps are looked forward l
'
APRIL UNIVERSITY JAZZ
er buildings to be erected, the need I I by the Farr Literary Society. 'A competitor knocking down threeor FEATURED TRIPS.Florida's ,to with interest. This will also enable

of raising the appropriation for rnn- more hurdles or any portion of the mea to show tfceaceives in their

I E IJ.OFKBANDMADEj three or more hurdles is all shall be ;real form. ,
nag that raise .
expenses so we can Sixth Annual Greater f
disqualified A competitor also running -;
. I Tennis.
the professors' salaries to keep them ( ; Minstrels will make their bow to the

j from leaving for private employment': T AT T PALM BEACH i: around or trailing hurdle his shall leg bedisqualified. or j'I public at the Baird Theatre on April Plans are 11JIitr way to get up a

L j or to schools where a higher salary,I, .. foot alongside any i' 6. Manager Jce Dalton, and Frank} tennis team and play Stetson University -
standard prevails. There also show i at an early date. Several men
, are >> :: Spain Director, promises a
several other needs and these will be TOOK PART IN SUN DANCE CELEBRATIONS High Jump. bigger and better, greater and grander have already signed up and are prac1 -

j presented when worked out in detaiL !I AND HAD PLACE Each competitor shall have three than ever before in the history of 1 Iking for the teem. If enough.. interest -

: President! Mnrphree will attend the : PARADES.. : trials at each height Neither diving]yI the University. I can be aroused in the matter nothing .

nor somersaulting over the bar shall; can prevent the team making the
I
District Convention of the Rotarians' Florida's Band of 36 men held a I The opening chorus will be a burst I

q m Tampa en the 17th, 18th and 19th, ( prominent place in the Sun Dance I I i be permitted. of melody, such as has never been t trip and as the Hatters turn out a

after which Secretary O'Byrne will !' A line shall be drawn three feet in heard in Gainesville, and will be followed -t good tennis team each year, Florida
Palm
celebration which took place at
"I '''front of the bar and parallel therewith -(t dances,]ought to: arrange a date with them.
join him there, and they will then take Beach the first of this week. The : by more good songs l
to be known as a balk line, and!and other clever stunts. !The following men have signed up
alp the work of organizing the Alumni.ATTENTION I hand made a__ decided_______ hit___' with P"n its first I' with C. E. Duncan and D. B.
I' ; stepping over such line, in any attempt j I One of the attractions the show]I Knight
SENIORS. .concert last Sunday night and favor continued ; shall be counted as a "balk" j i will be the Original University Jazz),who have charge of the matter: Klock,
to hold its place in the ,
I! and two successive balks shall be : the members of which will play in the j Ward, Jerrimaissen Stanley and Mc-
of both tourists and home folks of ;
There are several questions of vital| i I[counted as a trial jump. i orchestra. The orchestra alone has i] Bride.
the East Coast resort for the entire '
importance to the Senior class which| ,, As soon as a competitor makes a i I some of the best talent in the University Wrestling Tournament.The .

need attention. Such things as Jnvitatioa -i! 'period of festivities.The :1 spring in order to jump this shall be j: and the other members of I first elimination match of the
Palm Beach Poet of Sunday :
*. caps and gowns, and others i i' counted as a trial jump. The uprights|I the company have had werk in the I University Wrestling Cub .was heldin

are awaiting action. It is proposed I I 'March 7. carried nearly half a page shall be at least 12 feet apart. i show line before. John Icenhour,I the Gymnasium last Wednesday
about the band. In the was a i
to settle these things at 12 o'clock:), : space I (Continued on Page Two.) : leader of the Jazz and Bobbie Swan-!night. Six: men were eliminated from

Wednesday, the 17th, in the Gym.!{ large cut of the entire troup and the I son, are in charge of the music for,the race for the championship. Three

Let every Senior be out in order that i j 'remainder was devoted to a wnte-up who 1 + + + + + + + + + + + +i 1 the, show. j i iI :fast boxing matches were staged be-
regarding the band and the men
a live and effective meeting may re-' + + The Minstrels win go to Jacksonville -'!tween the matches.
salt 'compose it. H. H. Zeder, Assistant, I The elimination matches will be held
+ LOOK! + I May 1, and will play the after-;;
i leader and several other members are 1 !every Wednesday night until the end
BYRON E. BUSHNELL. 1 + U IVEP.SITY ISSUE + noon and evening performances there.i
President Combined Senior Class. j from Palm Beach county, and the in- 8 Telling what the + Other trips will be made on week-ends j I of the month when the final championship -
live
Palm Beach paper shows a I' + Unlverity hu now + between the time it plays in Games-!! matches will be held.
Ba.rt4w. March 9"-E dal- terest in both the local boys and those The results of Wednesday's bouts
t + Arid what it necdj t3 + ville and the first of May. j II
Withia the past week, Miss Godbey, from other parts of the State. r+ MakesGREATER\ + As the University band has been' were as follows:

minty deacttztration agent, has re-.. Sunday night the band played to FLORIDA. away during the week no rehearsals I Bantamweight Oberholtzer, 117 .

eeived and distributed thoroughbred a large audience in 'front of the : : have been held, but the work will be pounds won over Etheridse, 122

baby chicks. These go as prizes grand stand and throughout the cele-It+ NEXT V.EEK. + resumed Monday night at 6:30, and pounds, aggressiveness.

among the members of the county: bration gave concert daily and took + all men who expect to take part are Lightweight-Burton, 133 pounds,

Poultry dubs, and are welcomed withdelight part in the parades.Cotainaed.on. + + + + + +.. + + + + requested to be there promptly. Clued. on Page Fire)
+
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1 t t, TRACK= MEET: RULES. ing height until he has forfeited his I I '
c'f J a trial the.competitor's'pole is broken,1 SEE A. J. VIPAL I I
right to compete further, in the
except j
it trial.
shall
': Continued not count as a BUY
from
( Page One.) all-around competition.As For Drugs, StabonarToilet CLOTHTS
J/ f The rules the Running _I
/ Running Broad, Jump. I governing j Articles, Candies,' Souvenir .
soon as a competitor has left
'I i ;f Length of the run is unlimited. the ground for the purpose of mak- I r Broad Jump shall also govern the j Cards, Waterman's I,
Pole Vault for distance, except that I NOT
", : ( I Each one is allowed three jumps.I'. ing a jump, the jump is counted as a I where he leaves the ground in an attempt Pens. CREDIT .
f : r, ,' The four best shall be allowed three i trial. I: it shall be counted a trial.

1' .; ;?...- more jumps each. Each competitor I I!I A line shall be drawn 15 feet in I II Shot Put.
;, < shall front of the bar and parallel therewith DICKMEN'S REID- "j jI
be credited with the best of allhis I I I The Shot shall be put from the
l to be known as a balk line, and i I .
: J,.r jumps. / shoulder with one hand only, and it
I stepping over one such line, or line t :FURNISHINGS
be" behind the I
The must brought
1 : ': measurement' of the jumps extended, in any attempt shall be never TAMPA FLA.
a 1'4 shall be made at right angles from counted as a trial jump. shoulder. ,
i the scratch line, the break" In the midle of the circumferenceof :
to nearest Any competitor shall be allowed to H
J (, ... in the ground made by any part ,of I dig a hole more than one foot in diameter -' shall the be circle at the front board.half In thereof making :-,I i I ....'.-- lII-;-..-..".',-.. 1>---_,...._ :"""':, AQoi -- I ;
placed a stop
: I I."; the body of the competitor. at the take off in which to i
I his the rest!
puts competitor may SANITARY BARBERSHOP
,', i r A line shall be drawn six feet in I plant his pole. i! against, but not on, top of this board.A i
rear of scratch line to be known as j A competitor must not in the mo- 1
'/ i .- the balk line, and stepping or falling' ment that,he makes a jump, or after 1 I fair put shall be one in which i I
,:., ;.' over such a line in any attempt shall/ leaving the ground, place his lower no part of the person of the competitor GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.!I
board,
*
the the
,,1-. 1 ': be countedas_ a .balk, and two suc-i hand above the upper one, or move I' ouches! top of stop j i I
I : the top .of the circle or the ground ___-""" _-- _" '-
I;: ces1\.e balks snail oe counted as a j the nnneihand. hfohni__ HT nn_ th.! I: A& *-""--"> fj
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I -r outside of the circle.Measurements ..
." t ; trial jump. j pole. I 0 --- -

';, /'"J t The rules for the running high<:I Poles may have binding, but must point nearest to the are toe made board from where the! OTTO P. STALLINGSGENERAL I {I Ii i

f.I'::i jump shall govern where applicable. I I It not"have any further support for the'I the ground is broken to the nearest

hil L. Pole Vault.. fI { hands.If I'l point on the inside of the circumference I. INSURANCE
i r. t '.' the uprights are moved they
I The height of the bar at of the circle. tp
"' to''1 and at each successive elevation shall, shall not be moved more than two feet I I Foul and letting go the shot TAMPA, FLA. '
. !: : in any direction, and not more than !' puts J :
: : {; f. be determined by the Field Judges. I! in making an attempt shall be count- j
one hole! be made
may by a competi-
1-1J *' : Each competitor shall be allowed I ed as trial puts without results. It I
.:, : > three jumps at each height, and the I' tor.The shall also be a foul if the competitOi. ;( PICTURES and PICTURE FRAMESNORAII \t'
least 121
I shall
uprights be at
I f.: ;"r. l competitor who fails at the third at-f' shall j steps on the circle,or leaves the circle i j
feet All measurements
apart. !
I, .ji r.: i. } tempt shall be disqualified. before his: throw has been marked. ': I
made
I be perpendicularly frcnx the /
: ,1:" A competitor competitor shall have three, f
,; t may commence at any j ground to the upper side, of the bar Each
': f' t> height above the t trial and the best! four shall have I .
, : ] minimum height. He !; where it is the lowest.In I puts : r p
; t lID
:f., r r.., must, however, jump at every follow-I the pole vault, if in making 1! (Continued on Page Five.) Greeting Card's *" -
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A Drrp Subject t .. ,> :

'".Engirleermg t the two regular interesting: Society meeting talks last of, WPM the MMvi llett giv.yjjt "I,'I ++ + + + + + + + + + + ?+ J t t t- If the'Tongues : i1fr& I '


Mr. D. ;lubbard g*,-e cumnt : Wh" Sal inxx pc;; 'arluu CumeriF. I ; i ;
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ants, reporting on a patented sf 1, lUrKr4iv aid to a student who | : j I
installed in ship, ,\\\)whim t A Watch !.
being many |i : 1hi a very ,
')-fc! Winfield spoke on the subject i !!!u 'MI\ thing to i ve 3ou m" from
,0y Freshmen Should Associate: i:: ng 1 late for Mesa lIalto" H :

f-fch Seniors." The program called{' After the +rb Wfu llelp." "To .

tor a speech_from Mr. Barwjck but J j'I&tt" as IW Hvot useful word in the ; ... of Our I

*4 Barwick was not pretest, so at-a'!"otIrt, t "

* transacting a few miner bay 3. The S..I' ia e.&II"Whil: ,

i jetaus the meeting adjourned. the i. drop\ of ink u> my pet there 4!

I'Ii'M % Ag.-Club. is 4.kOf May** is a I"emt'dsor euy'r
:t L Driggers and F-. M.. Makeim 'debt. &W i\ alone sets aD he "Banes" : I
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red the club with the material 'in mo-tioa. ; .,.. \.' !<
their debate with Ute!' &. A I
jgy will use in student's 'b.t 1 pssse ioaai '

enton Engineering Society twist,i i pt bUo1 of change.. : ;; : :'
J 11 was rendered in the form of a THEY'D TELL A FAR MORE INTERESTING STORY THAN ANY v. !

of which Driggers and MaU, Leap Year COULD THINK OF. THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY FROM THE j ;
abate Hope From the Ancients '.
TTMETHEY WERE CUT FROM: GENUINE CALF-SKIN UNTIL THEY !
upheld the affirmative while St.Wells ;s-He is a fool who thinks by force I j ,
or WERE TRBBIED FINISHED AND SENT TO ONE OF THE THREE
and Hiert gave them a hot skill ITo "
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side PORTER STORES TO BECOME: PART OF THIS GREAT ORGANIZATION'S :
the negative
time from tana the current of a woman's '. I
,Dr. Chatman gave a sort talk. one :i riL" POPOGANDA: QUALITY. .

to render an effective talk:"TIIEo '
way dispasitioa: Rhea you i the F : 1
y fore the public. All members, of?::woe't; when you woa't th;y set their|i''. BLACK BROWN AND TAN LEATHERS IN LASTS THAT FIT, THB.. i

:ie club are requested to meet in they hearts upon you of their own lodina.'teoa. 'I'. FOOT COMFORTABLY: CORRECTLY, ; !

, b> room Friday night. March 12. ." ,. "' 9 : ,

; Cosmopolitan- Club. .. : Everything that Men and Boys Wear : : !k

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Lowe .
Allegory.HE .
' Secognlzing the suffering; caused by' I

YOE I :
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are giaiaesj, yon are sc Bine
and Seri:
their patriotism :
show
Yea are happiness I trout I: .
aaism, in spite of the name "Oosaopolitan I
You are aU t* me, my daring
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tie obverse,
suggesting:
Tout is lore bare below.SHE .
:Jse members of the dab at a meeting,- .
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kit Saturday unanitaoaslr decided to .
Ian are splendor you- glory. 4
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mock the props from UDder H. C. I*. -

5y reducing the dub fees. Jot hew I,r Yea AH: there are handsome ts tas side yoa of are heaven tree; : Corner Bar and Laura Jacksonville, Fla. : _

c. L. fee hit will be deeded
Kathy H. is to -
I behold, my lore in you. .
at the next me .isg. Some
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members entirely.hope the bat tress this is will tie be height destroyed I am hgfataing, I aa.bender,; ...+()....... ...... ++<>+<>

I'm z. roaring eaiaraet;
of-opt The program for the Best meeting ADd rn desoaatrate the fact. play baseball Ii wek sed if nt expected g; .r gjLaGREEXLEAF n A w /r i -

contains two talks to be gma by BE- t* come! ... for she teasu g: !i;
and (S-wgJWdJ: !:fCOCH 1
!sealers! on subject of Brazil I am aerroeo, I ant oholy. & CROSBY CO. .
lassia, respectively. 3-.t fiom what 1 ARTHUR: PHBLAN.
Am I frigJn stt, as Yi
the cosoteies will W **- "
nerpoiat Dearest girt, yov know X few* y+a., f :NOTED FOR QUALITY -
RED HL :NOLE FIRST,!
sssed is kept a s+eere. bet it has JUDGE x
Bat I great I bejMt had ep- -a.. IMAMONDS,, FINE JEWELXCHINAW..-\_ =
naked out that the talk of Brazil will .. .t SPEv\KER IX LIFE WORK. !

;ire information of 1!:ow toke a The tafl pines I ...i GLASSWARE SILVERWARE t xt :
yomr r J, W0 t Bay sheet lad, ..., FVrM-u T
:fortune in that ecsEtry by baggmgsonkeys The paws. .... f[, '...... Fred B.. Mebie ..,{ Jaehaoe- g; !..fi

while the talk of &MsiaiiH And the bopobmbe* hmmUev afl ri i was the speaker hut Monday. yt i $

:! explain the Rass-ac. method ofo16ng The _v eadnollets da., i,:isste- -.l dm**! is the Y. )(. C. A. S; CLASS PINS- RINGS MEDALS-TROPHIES _
bears wrtfc s JIoa battles of i I 5
And the VIL bras.
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Life Work Coarse ft- spoke o a w..w "
dka. (1It is not a secret. Several ,ffmie padi "oar.,s -.y.-a. : ; .. f.'t: 7.J7q;.:: .:::7 =
ember on hearting afaeot th* tom. ti.iheci Why I Cmwe :Law m My Life Work -

they were bear in RaIiL:: f Lady-Hexe, sty p//r "' to agtticiter lid::said tint he liomlili I 10t. the KJwt --:.- -:. -::. ..:mJ' 2.:2,7..7.: ; *":z. ".lIzn.7J7"7- I

t for jrwc 11.t lie .e.& j. .I&w' JupprrrrJ to desire to !bi ::1r5 __

Farr Literary S. iety. ; 1 to be bmie, hart I tbsdc it avast b.: scarp I, bat after be begw t* study t xi

The society u rfio-wice as ardwrerest i",--- ti ...... .. .. every'' b -
jaw be ssnr. _.tfco* it i
>t defcatia: ?:. 4 debate wna TFaiap-1t if -. lfiesc I sasb4 L I SOUTHERN MUSIC CO. I
:To men OIl each gibe i* now a port they tns ahnIpeit fc axon me phi ..ftife from the ensile to theme L:

i the pro ::'aae eftt'j.eeL In a soonerTe J.mrrfniiNOTICE wad ...Mart r.sast it.. He f w 24 ADAMS STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLA. K
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tnJr debate OB itesdaj erea&r tifa> f a .mt .HkIJ'. ...... when thha kgat prefeseiacteadets L

&niative cpftofctatg the sfstAvxi. a sea to be besxst. that it'L $
1esoha that here! 'fettxid be *e TO ALL WHO PLAY
Obfr ; B.V5EKALL. e IIIIS JIIIt all .... l' list into Zbh g Largest Stock In the South of Musical Inc g
ef
a.t thF 1:enwezsity
?o" iltzeiiea.i&tder fit. b. fc.... evwy+ ,ease !: !:fi
wad jrn"**! tae
:rttre.t1 talk Ba..ielraf practice started on TG ida i- of bit lid Low deojhr with howaa' i scruments. Strings Drummer's Traps
gave: m g' ;:n
March: 3, va aaaoosced m a AeDsR d meea nen i; i
*caiieet: events. H F. Bad e pw-. ; -.ten. aasenag : and Sheet Music !: Kcs'
t very good ta3t rw Leonard W red oat1IZi revert edition el the Alk jfatr. Owing Matters L0 inrt.d mader the eartazrf !:; .
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hc+i tta l : ft. Tie. tit tfee bet that an a new oaa hereI v oa the earth aM sea, aM i: $

''fit. H. X. F-reetk. a *r was a*& for the gnappri el aR tileQA- abuse the earth aad sea. If law k, i
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M 1IL ORDERS
SENT SAME
D.Y5 RECEIVEDE3LRSK2SS5SS2I2I23ZSi
dented as critic far tit society. i5t aces. AM po rtiaffi* are open to dry they Ing H dry He wad thatbe
.f tie atrersitj aad I of everything at !
member took aaBattenafr
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Next; YGaday ngti 4 IiI << zzj -
bate : Eeaairof; tie* tfe* 1! Ur-: expect to cfwo8ethe- team: from eefcsre, bat !his legal sobjeets proved .:.! 7.. 7. ....-,.......:...,.,.?.rC-flJSij

1fle4 debts should! be eaaeefiecL J. C. t&seemat ability: and faMhfalnesa, the ni "ITT valaaWe. Honrewer,. any .
) la practician. This ti made doubly fcaawfedife will help a legal aspirant
mtr W1l1Ie a r.a1I: ell Ke of.de.way t&e O..Q ... 4
alii M oa acraoat &t tie fact drat! I ant that deals at all wttfc mmrTiArui ra.tIm-
: c:L tea. Ez0r7 .
tee be '! ad oat aequaiated & ti#euuSdate* for the 1 tetr a Mt .,. Lawyers .
is ur- cs peat.
art! wul be wele med.. tie teaaiIw&ody: with ability t*. tare tbesr+ above t. d. witk prsgreaa; .JI 1

I -_- -- -- with m&cb log K&peaaMSer lam, and casreeszd there is wick AS T r.r.t 9: =


their work as any other profea&i: IML : : _


MILLER'SNUNNALLY .I II Three of the 6eat: awn m the :: WE DO OUR OWN LESSE GRINDING. NO DELAY. : _
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i United :tares are doe us: Lakecocnty

I 'f wises the nn 30 aa7 to ;;mot: mr'':: C. H. COLES & SOX :

:ant V4r waiKr fcocaea. One bas already
farfar I 'i1teien ad Opfc i.:. Caizeavule, Honda. 4.q
CANDffiS Asa Qan.-
AND WHITMAN'S hum: near Ecau*

KEY FLORAL CO. ;!der, of Atlanta, of Caea-Ccla.: fay i.. .. . .. .. ... .. .. .. .i
TOMKINSOH-
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He wS erect a haadacaie wisfier: fie; .

OF JACKSONVILLE I Tie lywi.procw23 Leesbcrjr pcrcia5d cf Senator READ THE ADS IN THE ALLIGATOR

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{q THE f FLORIDA ALLIGATOR --j I*+ + '+ + + + + + ,+ + + ,+* ,. ", ... _

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CHRONOGRAPH.
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1 I j Dewey A. Dye, .._._. ._ Editor in ChiefF I IJ i + + + + + + + + + + + + ".
J : F Goodrich Copeland, M-...-....- .._. Managing Editor I!I .
AGAIN.Hello
: _,.; H..M. FriedlanderAsst. Man. Ed. Leslie D. Williams, _, Local Ed. ,BACK ,,'
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f f i Randall Hunter, --._ Sporting Ed. Henry Fuller, >.Asst. Ath. Editor I .. f s
'; i' ? H. R. DeSilva, '_ Contributing Ed. "Bivins &'Norton",_.Exchange Eds. .--

: 1. t. M. M. Chambers_........_................-Associates...............,._............' : Russell King I am glad to be r
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': $ t J. Velma Keen, .___._... .__._.__.__.__..._ Business Manager I j) 'I

1 '4 ;: W. W. Gunn, ...........-----...-.------.-. ..........,... Assistant Business Manager Out ..... M7I.
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John II. Carter, Jr., ........ -.- ....Circulation Manager I Of the column I
I I r .:.:.:-== ,== A long time .: _t" II:'
} r ''U: t } Entered as second class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoff ice at rI
account I
of
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I f, t i ; Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1873. f j .
{i, r Place all communications and news items in boxes designated for that The various and t '" i
/ the national
: I.s. t' urpose in Peabody and Language Halls. j I I.' Sundry cuss ions and Satisfies

.. >::1 a. i, b f i Rate:-Th Florida Alligator, $1.50- the year. j i i In Discussions the University.I ,..... ; : demand for a wholesome
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..<' : POLITICS AGAIN" thought ,t' ._ I pure appe.

,.", That I had better 1-_ti, .: :_ tizing beverage-at the
';i Through the kindness of a'friend the following clipping has come to the !, Get back in again --::-.- --

1tl'. 't. r 'desk of the Editor-in-Chief: :I Or i: +a z soda fountain or with

t "I will strenuously oppose appropriating all of-the State school funds to I The M. E. would your meals.

I the two higher institutions of learning in Gainesville and Tallahassee, which Fire me, : ; i '

''f I two institutions have heretofore received almost as mucji money as the combined And then, maybe, I
: Bevo will than
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get ,
''I rural schools of the Stag"I .

I .. 'The above being an excerpt from the paid announcement of \V.: H. Maypoles -l lt My Seminole name and picture in .the' I satisfy your thirst.ANHEUSERBUSCH.

1- t candidate for State Senator from the First Senatorial District, being I With
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''f' ; Okaloosa and Santa Rosa counties. Mrs. Alex's and r- i

t- t It is useless to recite here the dangers, incurred by the State when men, ,: The Strays. ; I
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able to enough votes to occupy a t ST. LOUIS
standing on such platforms as this, are poll : ,
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j You know that this <<' t!
; house of the State Legislature. This particular candidate I '
a: seat in the highest Picture business I
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G P a goes on to say that he knows the ropes; and is a man "who has ideas of his ; Is ;, Y. !I

own,can draw his own bills and write his own platform without the, assistance ij j Hot stuff. 4. .I s It must be

j and dictation of others." I I asked Mr.: Marable for ..*. ;; I Ice GoldGAINESVILLE
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d --+ i It is our sincere hope that should he have opportunity to draw any bills i My extra picture v
And beWouldn't .1
15 outlined above that he will be without assistance in his efforts to pass'1 !
give it f
them. Not that we are opposed to giving the rural schools their just dues, To me. .
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far from it but we arp in favor of doing it legally, within the confines marked t tuff He said that i iV i *

by the Constitution of the State of Florida. Was .iI I < f '

cent of the school fund to : Business. So he r l ;5. : ii
The Constitution is so drawn that not one goes : ii iiaBr
Tore it. : .*' 4; ; ;
any manner of school. The interest, however, goes to the common school ; up. :
system exclusively, not one red cent swelling the support of the two institutions -i I guess -"*-: -

of higher learning, which institutions, sad to relate depend entirely f It isFor
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he must be .
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upon the bounty of the Legislature.The ;
Constitution outlines the various sources, from which the common : Right.
school system shall gain re'enueas., the interest from the State school fund, But it is all in. ,

to be distributed among the various counties of the State pro rata with the : A Kim

number of students in attendance. The counties in turn disburse their f So why
allotment to the individual schools acronhng to the dictates of their own- Worry! '

discretion. The State school fund is made up from various sources, such as I s-

pole taxes sale of certain lands and escheated properties and other sources ; :
enumerated in the Constitution. No mention is made of legislative appro- : Old Tastes and FRUIT STORE

priation. ... i I Fancy Fruits and Draft Beverages. Cigars Cold Drinks and Bevo lee
It is thus: clear that Mr. W. II. Maypoles stands on an impossibility. ,i' Young Thank You. Cone Again
The Constitution also provides for certain other revenues for the support
X. S. TAMP A S, Manager.
of the common school sj stem. There is provision for a county school tax of
from three to seven mills. Special School of Tax Districts may be formed I bon '

a majority vote of the freeholders therein and a further tax of from threeto

five mills levied for the benefit of the schools within that district. In I ,r
event the sums raised by the above allotment and assessments are not Miffi- .
dent to provide adequately for the common' schools of the State, a further FORD HEADQUARTERS
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Constitutional provision allows the Special Tax District, by virtue of a ma- I J. ALDERMAN, Prep. I

jority vote to issue bonds, and levy a five mill tax to provide\ a sinking fond to> The Home of the Famous FORD MOTOR CARS, Accessories

cover payment of the principal and interest on same. i Supplies and Repairs
Still no mention of an appropriation for rural choois. .
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When the existing Constitution was adopted the above outlined system

for the support of the. common schools was devised. To date it has been -

carried into e 'ect. Br virtue of the rule of statutory and Constitutional

construction which provides that The expression of one, (method of common BEST BY TEST

school support) is the exclusion of the ether, methods of school support, as Shoes that -
legislative appropriation it would seem that the Right Honorable. K. sometimes disagree but both Father: UNITED wear
that has for ;and Son approve of our Tailoring ir' SHOE STORE
Maypoles is standing upon a wobbly platform one its highest
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its detail. The father is Crossett and Educator Shoes.
motive the evading of the 1 w. and one that has no foundation. every proud
With the other portions of his platform which easily cover three-fourths {II jf a well dressed son and vice versa. J

of a newspaper column. The Alligator has no concern; they are local or general -* We make clothes that please the old ; -
State matters; but with that section which contemplates a mortal blow j nan: the middle-aged man, and the! I -
at the University and the Woman's College. The Alligator vitally concerned, ,:young man too. Clothes for business I I I
and suggests that The Flambeau give the matter publicity, in order that the |I Dr social occasions, and our work is |i THE NEW YORK RACKET

joint efforts of the two college publications may 'to some degree at least'!I characterized by; elegance style Beat- t
overcome this candidate appeal to ignorance and class prejudice. 1 less and finish. Agent forFlorsheim

Such a platform as his is misnamed. It is simply a .political stump' Spring Line on Display. Shoes

speech No deep and purposeful searching: for facts or remedies can be discerned -

in it. It is of the level l of a Justice of the Peace's docket-everything'I i NICK .D4MATO .
must be pro- n. All told it is a promise to perform the impossible, a promise Tailoring. '- -- -

desperately made for political effect. Pressing and Repairing.Florida 4 -
Men of his, ilk should not go to the State Legislature, and the press of i' i Alachua County Abstract Company
the State should take up the gauge of battle and guard against such a ; B- R. Colson Prmdent
contingency. I'IiWe i I "T"'>."" "" '-"' : Members .f American Association of Title MenMembers .f FterAe3odatfen

know the rural schools as well as the institutions of higher learning;, Barber ShopFOR of Title )lea..
need all the financial support that can be secured; but let them secure the i STUDENTS AND GAINESVILLE FLORIDA.
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financial backing legally. "i '
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A Constitutional amendment, and not an appropriating statute i= the -
West Side of Square Gaiaasrille.
correct remedy. Mr W H. Maypoles j ADVERTISING
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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR PAGE FIVE :
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TRACK MEET RULES.Ooanaued J ; I
SPUING SPORTS TAKING SHAPE ,/r.. t

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three IMfiEach competitor shall t (Continued from Page One) : r_ tI1: :
be won against Sherrnan,13a pounds, on j} "Classy"In '
DRUGGIST crete; 3 wit the best of all his 1 1puts. : J I
f aggressiveness; Coates 135 pounds ::: ;
Th threw Marskano.' 125 pounds, with a t >Ri p
circle K ",
? a diameter of ; feet!
full nelson tie S minutes. i 1
f i i iri : wiL5ureI:1h:1t.Rca ; : Style
.!! Kllm' P2llfK' I
j Race. 'Cutis,1I"Welterweight: pounds.-Yancey, 14O. threw- !' i I

Do Business With A La* shaH be orawn 10 yards oa| )!iddleW'ejbt-Col ,154 paw, : : fabric and :

eaca. sire of the starting lire of each!threw Hyatt, 154 with full ; ; ;
I ; pounds a ; ;\ ; c.\ri ;; \ :
PHIFER STATE BANK I j relay to b? knowa as the startmgj i i whoa, tiae 2 ramutes.. i i .;.;..;.. .,. ".. '.'--- ."..',.' ,'."' ,. t tH
I J one. Within this zone each runner i Light heaYywcnghts&-Chaires. 169 /H {[)Y (. :::::::::: \::: ::=-?:: : tailoringSold ;

----:1 must tsneh the soccee& ng ramer. No|i pounds: threw Geiger 165 post f IhI!I I

: Tog E S t I reBevc member_ of a rUay team in order to j[with a doable body hold time 3 aiR- on basis of : !
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: teara-mate can run outside -jutes: : !.;
of -seh z;xe. I.1 P.eCeree-B- Quality; every suit : 4 I

,. B. M. TENCH H !3:I .1aany of tbee roles fey!1 Timekeeper-Cody.i guaranteed to give i! !:
' I sany cotpct :."tf' shsll dsahfy the I i :Next Week's Program. !: ,
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:" ;i iteasi.! i Ba.ntaJlnnight-Bowen. 118 pounds, : .i satisfaction or money i I
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0 Gainesville 0 :I: No razr Ci.l'm1 two relays m a*y I i I James 123. pounds; Geiger 123 ; .:::C-o: "I back. .

: i j i ewe team :> u tioas of tile tea I IE pow, Me ey, 124 pcrcn s. : I!
.j. '; Lightweight-Bie, 134, Eanis, 134. ;=: p Ut4TRtN5
E mast be ': -::: m for. I If :1\1 I
EE: Florida. E i it f T es Lad Dead Heats. I;}i: Welterweight lamau, 143, Stanley -'. ;_ -+'!isr :. ;: \ Snappy YoungMen's I I

, I i e In wi scia-H coatestcefcere re-!1:i 147; Keller 145, Stevens 145. |i : } and more conservative I
Carfeon. 1SST
RediSaJl ;
S HOE S : .zits are d::-.raised by oea ore-!i' 150; !Brysoa 159, Williams 159.- : 11 models for 1 !
#rents of height distaaee, ties Mall 1 t: ;
or !! Light heavyweights i ;
tJews. 18i. older i !
; men.
-. -. .. -- ---- be decided as follows: j;jDriggers:, l9-Lit : WS.. DORSEY & CO.Everything J
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two
or mere eonpetrtwrz tie at'!: -- -- ;
f i ii Groceries'ftOESEY i
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$ ; say height in running high jump: the],f ;. ri r. qV .'-T PA31 BE! 'iConti : -- ----.- i iFw Hart, Sehaffner&
. i$ bar shaft t.e lowered at the drseretrsor. Goo I
nesa a*** Drink : Marx' Suits
SEE BAILEy'1' of the c cteb and three sure f hi tn. ?3&e C.W' '
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allowed, the compethor deara it atth TCEY Reg K fr-tun4 .a wcai I 'S DLL: GHT COFFEE : I
i ;I leat somber of trials to'be that I,t,sooist. and KeJ 3iear.c.;Eie ia .I x{I $40 to 65 : 1 r
" S*\daner. solo work on the ro et Ot-! *es.inelcdirg .- Jwkksozcillt tree': dealers will make; I

for ) If there is a second tie at any. tm'es aa orchestra were' a tour of tfe S*...;::.e, accom? aicd bya .t Society Brand" ;
Rivrs.e '> brass band, with the view ta aa'i rr1 ;
Jeiglthe bar sfczH
be raised or > z Suits
Mh tislag the -ship bt ridt* wJ dI 1
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StITS.- lowered at the optima of the afiaeU : I If.I5
; Otaagec in Seth Florida are BOWbrin is already eostm_<* the itBfU. of the* 4 '
.. {i and the competitor clearing it m the, to $6-5 ;i I I'I
I ( nisr from $b_ta ?7 a box at the i ipGftS. t I State EMtay tioirfflnds of defers in' .
least n uiber of trial: shall be declared '
LF I but the Tampa Tribane says. t!!f d&atr et.aa of nc"' ,.-DeLaad,> ;
uinfier. AH farther ties shaH
r.r.til til they are some oranges. I fee_decided ID the same way. I
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, In case of a tie m gale vault, the i 'I :
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TAMPA .-E: Ii their discretion aDd those competitors -' Popular Goods At Popular Bay and Hogas Street.
i who have ties shall be allowed:Ii -AT- I t t

: FLORIDA Owe trial zi.each height. BUR KBI M S J \CKSOXVILLE PLA.

It In ease of a tie in aay field ereat, I I.I.
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: : 'J who competieg to decide the te..:
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f'., Best Val as to be j not be allowed to divide the t ti ;. IF THERE ANYTHING .
1 i grist or paints, or to toss for them

} had !'hat most umipete again at a time aid i You want in the line of Fancy Fruit, Groceries sad Vegetables CLOTHESFOR .3
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. IIif I[piss appointed by the referee. :.
f Tk Fmi 5II. at the Lowest Prices, Gall at the MEN
G' The Saish EEC steB be a live OBi f-
tf i' drawn across the track:; 4
f: New Spring Suitsarriving i the srmmd
L :from tbasft post to finish post, and i' Sanitary Fruit and Produce CompanyPhone
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r daily.) t the mea ahaB be placed ra the order'I. I' 87: Gainesville, FTa. / -

; ia which any part of their bodies t i.

1 A ;e. *aorso' as diaiiagiushed from the YBOR CITY, FLA.

'bird. arms, feet or hands) crosseswonted _
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f.'l t tB" ,j t tat shall jDdces die be bat bi: s&NtdIed k use. four as a actors lisle feet Ike the abate tack thee.I tile.t 13URN*'t TI-THE ciAi i iNiJFFSED .i t\I J.The W.Rexall MeCoHuiu DRUGGISTS s or&, Gaiz& eo.1 : ';Sj'


:J. aA-..., a string which shall for
Affects
: i' not be held by the judges, bat fastF -t f LIGGETS awl NOBBIS*/
ed to the fitish post at either side so! -
'1 fe weft always be at right aagfes to.

BATLEYTHELO j i:. tile cr roe and parallel to the e owaoV.p .

v Ho competitor: shall be coetdderrd1;:
i i:.t. fca*-e fi jislterf aatesm bin entire fl HOTEL HILLSBORO!

1llE'i l hoe? lib!! ia .e creawd the .. shhe. i
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p estate is as great demand to thflJr '

r. TA3IPA FLORIDA t f J ty and BaBy vafaab safes haw I IX AND SEE U* FOR BASE BALL FOOTBALL I
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fw day* a.Il' .
I bees made iu the past left -TEXXJS AND OTHER SPORTING GOODS.
that Try little cf tbe bay front is .I TAMPA, FLA.
\i for sale at present.
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PLEASED TO HAVE YOU USE OUR PHONE AND OUR "VIC" AND TO CASH YOUR CHECKS. "TE\D-

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,r':f I, -' GOOD Clothes y do not cost more than ,I PALM PARLOR



.. .i a I .: cheaper ones. The difference is marked "ICE CREAM DE LUXE


1 .: v only by the make.: You know: II f Popular! and Classical Sheet :Music. High Grade Candies.


j" : HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes II j Crane's Exclusive Stationary. .

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j 1 Every suit guaranteed or money refunded -- -- _


; .; : WOLF. BROTHERS I L THE WHITE HOUSE I

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r SOS FRANKLIN ST. THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX TAMPA : One of Florida's Best Hotels
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i Rates from $3.50 to $5.00 per day, American Plan.
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j. Prices larked in Every Room.S. .
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I P DAMAGE He also made special mention of the SPORTING GOODS
,\ I : : } DEPOSITS careful method, which wa used in OGDEN CHADVICK.lanager. ,
buying supplies, saying that this was, !\ .
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; : ALL ACCOUNTED FORUniversity very commendable.! In fact the en-: ,
.. I : tire management of the University]: KODAKS
.. : ; funds was satisfactory and was carried ,I ," -J;::
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:i F< students, have no fear i! on in an economical manner, according CUTLERY I -"- ..".--= --::: =- ::-,.,.
; ; that your damage deposits are not ,: to the State official. i Ir-

:, spent wisely, and for a good "purpose.i ..

.1 i i Fear not that they are being wasted.; NOTED MEN-TO SPEAK.. Baird Hardware Co. ,! The University( Book Store

i. ;' r They are all accounted for. II j i| Chief Justice Jefferson B. Brownof Phone 7. Gainesville I
I; .4 t! Auditor Kline II. Graham has the j the Florida Supreme Court, and\ .
.,:' .J I t best set of books that E. I. Matthews,I j ji Dr Ashby Jones, of Atlanta, will be!,. I! Basement Language Hall t t'I'
i. ."1 i J Assistant State Auditor, has ever I I, speakers at the University this '
;I examined, according to Mr. Matthews,t month. Justice Brown will speak LILIENBLUMBICYCLES I
I vho recently finished looking over the I j here on Friday the 19th, and Dr. Jones I'I''I'I NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIOEYLARGE
will probably be here on the 30th.
University accounts. And in appreciation -; Justice Brown is a noted jurist in II i ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS, FRESHMANCAPS
of this, the Board of Control has j
the Scuth. Dr. Jones is connected ETCEverything
added $300 to Auditor Graham's yearly : !
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i I is also a Rotarian. While here he
The assistant auditor has been] will speak to the Gainesville Rotary .
working on the books for some time,)I. Club. I HIGGINBOTHAM BROS.On : For The Students
and found every penny accounted for. "Return to Sane Laving and Economy 'I
He has investigated the buying off j ," will be the subject of Dr. i iJones' your way to the University .
supplies and other matters pertaining I j f talk, while Chief Justice Brown| DRINKS and GROCERIES .
to the financial end of the University,'! will speak on "Constitutional Law i
and found everything in good shape; and Bolshevism."

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The county school board of Polk
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Order Your Visiting county at its last session spent considerable -! fEAT
I time discussing the raising!I AVOID THE "FLU" Gainesville Furniture Co.
is far off and I
Commencement not you i
of the salaries of the teachers in that j t
will avoid disappointment by placing'your I' county for another year and there will j "i'' t tt t
order for cards now. We are probably be a large increase. ;
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showing all the latest styles of engraving t
"Records" cut 39 years off the life t 4 t I D. R. COX, Proprietor.
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at moderate prices. The plate j claimed to have been lived by the I t WISELY AND WELL tt
your property and is delh'ef'"ddth !f Kentucky patriarch who was exhibiting I II t i f Phone 86
the cards. a five-year-old son as his offspring -j I Rx. TRY MOLNAR'S. I !
at the age of 125 years.!I !
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P t has moved to South Side of Square four doors from McColhim's Drug !! I I MOST DRINKS ARE I It I II THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK

t Stare New Spring Shoes coming in every day. See the line before t I I I II

purchasing. t ;' t HARMLESS, BUT OUR t tI fie New Million Dollar Bank Resources Our $ OO0Oa&
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a / r sg 11 I OUR DARNDEST TO I II IS THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER FOR THE

WD C Pipes are certainly a man's smoky They bring I TO MAKE YOU FEEL AT I UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
smotrjoy which! .every: man seeks. It's in themellow I
Fietuh brui> which js cuiranteed ijainst cracking or I -
i. burning through, in Quality of bit and band and in workmanship HOME.MOLNAR'S. I II -
and ilexes.i Stloct several shapes today at any good I -
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WORI..O"S LARGEST MAKERS OF FINE PIPES S I FOR BICYCLES MOTORCYCLES. ACCESSORIES

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