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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 19, 1920
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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UXIVERSmTDF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FRIDAY 3!A E C H 13, 1920 NO. 21 f

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, I HEATING PLANT IS A GREAT NEED TRIANGLE DEBATE? INCREASED EQUIPMENT, TEACHERS I j :



, i 1 ALTHOUGH DORMATORIES IMPORTANT ,...TO BE HELD FRIDAYATUM.GOTiASIUM IS A GREAT NEED UNIVERSITY{ I 0L! j '::1



,J HE-iTEN'G FACILITIES NOT ADEQUATE OF UNIVERSITY FOR- i GATOR BALL TOSSERS ENTRIES FOR MEET COLLEGE-> AND In srrtDfsmiUSABLE Kt:'NM.VCoEKnrj.Ei tE"EK1' f r

PRESENT BUILDINGS. I
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FLORIDA MEN LEAVE FOR TENNESSEE BENEFIT da II

PLAY AFTERNOONS AND SOUTH CARO- MUST BE IN APRIL 3 a .
SUCH MONEY NEEDED :
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I LJXA-MEN COME HERE..cup ASK BIG APPROPRIATION

'ST. PETERSSUEG: GAME CAN- TRACK AT FLEMING:: FIELD 16 I
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Ned of UniTersitj Shown For Ac- AM 1M.. SaekM
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CELLFD-FIRST GAME OF SEA- MEETS HELD BEING PREPARED FOR HIGH are i I
tioa J People is Sute'hfll SOX TO BE WITH ROLL S.A SCHOOL JEEr :o Per t Oat hnNW M Tb4rLkp.etisereet. i

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1, ; {, PAGE TWO. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR. FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1920

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;. : INCREASED EQUIPMENT: J that are leaving to offers of-1- Of- ;
accept ( TRIANGLE DEBATE TO RE HELD
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1 will SEE
', NEEDED. J better pay elsewhere and to meet the j 'UO. chosen. The miner this debate ] VIJDAL ,
E I', t Marshall Society in
1 debate the John ,
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incieased attendance. A 50 cent t For Drugs, Stationary,
per ToBet
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the final for the Faculty Cup.
increase in the of the instructoris : Articles, Candies,
pay I' Souvenir
: The Library j Continued from Page One) t Pay Assessment.Don't '
1. : asked. The college winch is sup- Cards, Waterman's
; More space will have to be given to I j posed to prepare the teachers of the j by Harg ave and Leisher and the Agricultural I be a slacker. If you haven't I Pens.
the library or books that are indispensably j Club Driggcrs to
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represented by assessment
I : paid debating go
; State: to educate the young boys and I your
will have to be stored away. 1 and Malcoml was hotly contested it and get -
girls is in desperate.need e f funds. | very ,i the Auditor's Office pay
; Last summer a large room in the and close, the judge decision I your ticket for the debate NOW I DICK
REID
f Engineering College.
basement was fitted! with shelves and -
i I being:: a two to one vote for the Ben- ,I j
: : filled\ with books, but the relief }'rom19 students enrolled in 1915
waspnly All speak-
| ton Engineering:: Society. i HEATING= PLANT IS GREAT JMEN'S
1 temporary and the additional I enrollment of the College of Engineering 1 ars acquitted themselves most creditably FURNISHINGS
I :. space i is filling up so fast that it will t has increased to 148, while | and showed a thorough mastery j i H NEED. 1 TAMPA, FLA.

i t not be long before they will not be the teaching force has 'decreased. ;, of the subject and the victor nosed I I
: : able to remove the books from the i There has, been frequent changes in:1 out triumph under the most strenuous (Continued from Page One) b- __
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I V 1'I ,;. boxes as they come from the bindery. i Ithe personnel of the instructors, due 1 opposition. i Viand immediate need for such an im- I --...._-..,..._..--:__*_""-__-.-..'7-"_---._.___....--.-_"' ,........;;.
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: The amount allowed for binding of to offers of more attractive salaries a| In the second debate between the :jproement. '
i s books and for student assistants and | elsewhere.' In 1915 there were onlyI | Peabody Club represented by Blackburn Standardized furniture equipmentfor SANITARY BARBERSHOP
i : supplies is inadequate, and will\\ have two floors of the Engineering Hall I'
J I, :i and Cason, and the John Marshall the dormitories is perhaps the I
":1,. ;. to be doubled in order to make the that were available. Since that time Society represented by Norton I next most urgent need, since the antiquated -
I/ library of the use that it should be to i; the third floor has been equipped and and Franklin the John Marshall Society t and ill-assorted equipment in

',,I; the University. More room and more ; a wing has been added on for shape.i|I also won a close victory. The 'use at the present has long merited GAINESVILLE.f r FLORID*..
o ., competent help are the crying needs : This wing is now used as the quar-' 'I debate was interesting from start to t the discard. The crowded condition =-=: ;: -:: -==::.
; of the library at I ter-masters department of the R. O. :! 'II
These :
present. turn ina -
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,: finish and judges [of the dormitories also calls for a
;' needs can best be filled C. and cannot be used for the' I
and
by a new the
unanimous decision for Lawyers new building of similar design which OTTO STALL
"J ;: separate building for the Library,I'T. of Engineering because there |i iI i no one could have possibly foretold I"would permit the placing of two students P.
; 1.f '+ I which will have to come sooner or I are no funds with which to buy the!| the result beforehand. A large audit'nt'e :: in each room as was originally
: later and it is needed : necessary equipment. GENERAL INSURANCE
now.'t'eachers j
t i was present at both debates. ;intended, instead of three, which is
; College. More instructors, assistants, equipment The next intersoclety:& 'debate will j i'now the number. The congestion is i
, r ; f I i 'f What is supposed' to be the model and help is needed in order to take place between the Fair Literary I deemed so inconvenient that the administration TAMPA, FLA.

/I. :: high school of the State ran well set I carry on the work effectively This Society and the Benton Engineering considers third dormitory -i i I --- =
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:, .' : an example for the other high 1: will require biennium of $83,540. Society on April 12 at 7:30 p. m. The j I, building an immediate need. 3 j

I 'I'-;'' i' 1 schools single in "what not to be." Not a .;! Law College. Benton Engineering Society will present -;' Following the erection: of one or j PICTURES and PICTURE FR.-\1IES
', cent has been spent on this : The Law this week and the
College has the
:, not yet preseated subject more new dormitories, and the anticipated -
i1- t' model high school in the last three i': its needs, but it is in practi'tally Farr Literary Society will choose the increase in enrollment, addition : '
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dears getting in ;'
deplorable
'i'' '', ,t. condition The entire teachers a 1 the same shape as the other i side. The Benton Engineering Society ': to the Unhersitcommons : TIES
colr departments. Increased for| will be represented by Hargrave '
pay
would become need. Enlargement
'r an urgent
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lege
is
in need I''
a of room,,equipment, instructors teachers, additional The Fair Litt.
t to take more space and Leisher and Cobb. :: both of the kitchen and of'': Greeting Cards
I Ih 4 the place of those : ;, the dining room is contemplated as ,
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a chapel auditorium, has long
; 'ff.11. : ;been the vision of both students and JACKSONVILLESPORTING

;!;faculty. The proposed building is to :
1 Florida Stale College for i be erected at some time in the future GOODSCOMPANY
1 almost in the
t exact center of the !
(campus, and is to dominate all the .
!other buildings or the campus.: It
The Sportsman's Store"
Women I I will provide more commodious offices j i

I j for the University administration and 129 West Bay Street. Phone 748 '
the extension division, which are Jacksonville Fla.
Tallahassee -FloridaAn I (Continued On Page Five) }
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Institution of the First Rank Supported by the State for the


Liberal and Professional Education of Young Women f DROP I ur ,J


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


2. Normal School offering General Teacher's Primary and Kindergarten I You'll Be Welcome Whether or Not You Decide to BIT
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courses, leading to L. I. degree; also General Review 3 3a

course, (All courses in the College and Normal School may a i 3i Otto F StockTAILOR

lead to County or State Certificates. Ask for information. ) i


3. School of Music, granting certificate and the B. M. degree. V


4. School of.rt., granting certificate in Art
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5, School of Expression, granting certificate in Expression.. iH. Alteration Cleaning: Pressing


Extension and Correspondence, Division. Phone 354. Gainesville.KUf2f2ffiffiJ32 .
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7. Graduate School, granting. ...\.. and M. S. degrees.


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[[t|E Ff4t 1t EJ*:.*.! CAMPUS, CLUBS.x ++*1 i'Ir .holzer Pemberton and was J.and Matthews.upheld L. L.: by Thompson.J. V. Ober-The'negative ', ]. "....................... "......"....:"..."UJ 1 I

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John Marshall !! shortly. The Engineers -: <. x
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I' former Kaiser was at John ,: submit the question and I .
be .
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all Saturday, March 13, 1920. Farr Lit will choose the side. It i If tkerp -, : .
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is expected that the I
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question will be I rlTbe| question, Resolved; that theiormu' presented before 9 it itI
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Friday. As
I soon as '
.- Kaiser should be tried,by an 1 a definite decision is arrived 'i'' ''. I
I ,ternational tribunal, was ably dlsI ; at the .
matter will be I

I 1:cussed on both sides. ''bulletin board. posted All Farr on Lit the men society in- ;:, 'I 1 ongues. ; J .

' Vfhitehorst) and Rambo upheld the 1 terested in the Inter-Society debates, >ij t i

, f ..... tive, while the negative was ;;, wit! .
I II. please take DO# ee. .
-ost afily) represented Madison and I
I The question for debate for next '. -- .: I I
oxOurSnoes
I.. .While the question' was discussed as I I II f Monday night is: Resolved; That the 4: _- : !
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shoe with great sincerity, Green :i Inter-Society debates : "
the negatve presented the humor- should be chosen from the faculty of s s

(iu. $roar side,all keeping during the his audience impromptuh. in an :;. colleges not directly interested ; :i -. Could 1 Talk ( i

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fflf the negativeEngineering .
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I.. Renton Society. .j I I ThlaneUninrsity.. 2 '. .THEY'D TELL A FAR MORE INTERESTING STORY THAN ANY W ,,:; t ;. :
COULD THINK OF. THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY FROM TH& s
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I Benton Engineering Society Judging from the Tulane Hullabaloo 0- X 1
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<4 The Cupid seems a TIME THEY WERE CUT FROM GENUINE CALF-SKIN UNTIL THEY 1
be
FeH a short but very interesting to rampant at Xew- 4> !
; WERE TRIMMED, FINISHED AND SENT TO ONE OF THE THKBB ?
Monday nit !t, adjourning colm the whole year round. !. -j i
meeting
I : : PORTER STORES TO BECOME: PART OF THIS GREATTION'S ORGAN' A9 : !
those sent atend the .
Ifrne to let y r ; POPOGANDA OF QUALITY. ..
Clem :
on College.
"rtTa-Trchers debate. I
I fig 6 1-* -Wilson spoke on Grade Re-; "Has Beens Organize.The : 4. I ,

| ,* explaining methods u. ed in Has'Beens were organized .. r BLACK BROWN AND TAN LEATHERS IN LASTS THAT FIT THE \ I
psion .
*Beveling! the st ep;grades on the rail- last Friday night when that organ 6.: :, -.FOOT COMFORTABLY AND CORRECTLY, > ." c> i I.

":joads of this country; bringing out ization held its first consolation' .cI > I!

;-seat wry valuable points in railroad meeting. After woeful tales of broken; :: / Everything: that Men and Boys "rear' : ''I

.
..-or\. R. E. Bond told of his appren- hearts and busted pocketbooks, the

txtjiip with the Reo.Motor Car Co. meeting was called to order and the ,, ; ,f

,: Bond showed how the Reo Motor following dyers were elected Mr. .0. ::1
>[r. .
;far company is aiding !boys: in eom- E. T. Bunch, Chief Mourner; Mr. +. ,' ". 1 ,J J'j i

r" fcting their high school: education "Hoota "Walker High Grand Sigher; ;, !i
? them valuable Mr. "Count" Dula, Chairman of the'! 0- T '
fc- also teaching -
ad J. I
j Hammond and Boyteton were .
Holly
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rere to the po .t and enjoyed by ev- .
appointed Keepers and GraM Guards
try one$re3eat.,._ L After Brach bewailing Corner Bay and LauraJacksonville Fla.
Every engiliI is e. pected to at- of the S. O- f fst'vng : ;
resolutions of "sever again" ,
& *1 society : -
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jeol the next meitJiK ** 4
is- Jose de Sam,e &Z 4I* Speak on were adopted. Mr. "Rang" Rodgers ; ';

[The_ Engrieer\ Opportunity IB South applied for ... tiatebip, but as the"' ... <> .. __

mer caA.baD. atea4ate. is ex- Committee found that he ne\er was+
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he couldnt boa 'has been.DearFen..r.Has '
saetei Been:' i SPORTING GOODS .$ ffff&RR&&f& fS

__L'-- ,'. i} and bcatrnt i il
Ag. ......1UUo : -W the disappomtod
Members of the Ag. 0IBh'probablyfijoyed .l hearted of -Flonii wish to -; -- x GREEXLEAF & CROSBY CO. 1
than:!! high and exalted: .ppoae. **- .
; the last meeting fcefcter late you on your ; ;i
this hawe expeien.* .,, .
raeitings We
Ssy of the prewedoig too KODAKS NOTED FOR QUALITY !n

nl. It *a* lively. interesting and :'woe and misery of broken hearts.a1IIIj .DIAMONDS, FINE JEWELRY, CHINAWARE
mereli-' CUTLERY
and join !
pocketbooks
nature. bunted
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homoroos
a very GLASSWARE AND SILVERWARE x
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talk in the dliuf0# ."'
short OBWhat wtth
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mously ya
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Geiger delivered a 41. Wt Street,
Males Hamilton County7riieh cry -D m with die aJtierL'Yaara !t !g Bay JackeriO, Florida.r

delivered,., j !if!
was the only talk ympatheticaly ; Co.
nth any educational value:: |; Beta Chapter of 'Has BeenHr */": Baird Hardware CLASS PINS-RINGS-3IEDALS TROPHIES

Alec Wh'te' followed with a wry. [ Phone 7. Gainesville. .ifi ...
"The Value of.- / tile Days Paw.Tfeere ; fi lHBSUiBgfeTSilJiJJIn Sti!
oraui coarse cr I
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bt Good Liner in wl:i..h he sharply-: are ao days I m yip- p .
fishing! toe1' 8 boars each day, which equals, '.... -
erentiated between a sleep :
and a line of bull. f 122 days This leave 23 days. Yw LILIENBLUMBICYCLES ffi2R

I The next speaker F. C OU. a';rest ft hours each day whieb equ i 'r\\ J1'1\\1'1 i !In

doa, of Missouri A:;. College and! 122 daja. This leases 121 days.,;:; i

uow' travel for th- Interaat4oaal;; Ttas are 52 SysThis !leaves each, i iJj I SOUTHERN MUSIC CO. in 2
half day t
CtiIIc; haft a
Feed Co. k:-r! :r. fr lows n 19 daJ'SY 011

with laughter a* oe delayed his ea-i;,Saturday of dam wfckh leaver 43rfay -- ,i j jilr Zi5 ADAMS STREET JACKSONVILLE FLA. '
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He also You have 11-2 hour for lunch --- -----
''penene itn col- caw i *- ; 5
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several good im.tauona same of| ..-. e cfc day. .)deb is 2S """ Thi _'- $

mats, a .d o"eof a steanboayH ..,Raves 15 days. You get lday 14 day for the at: IHGGINBOTH\M BROS. r xx Larger: Stock In the Sofcth of Musical In- i

Kaiution cf a *\SiMJta": ; Canary .. Gotttoas. This learn ilr\t \ 1..i '., \. u;

lade a great hrt: : fourth of July- Therefore' we. do BAt : On your way to the University: ; sti\-mvonts, Strings, Drummer's Traps

Prof. W'Jcog'b.:! clotted tfc* 4'llkr'-' west L day ia the yW-EZ DRINKS and GROCERIES ifi

.tasaent sh i a huoon ....P't foot ball iU I, l' x and Sheet Music: .. !!:h i
Mew '
a"hdt I.- >
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from .his favorite au wr. .QIIIq =ti
> coach ill W.- A. Ales, f.- !:5

Farr Literary Society.it quarter T man in tnKkHe t i Josh Cody.baseball All-American and basketball tackle, 2 MAIL ORDER SEXY SAME DAY AS RECEIVED M
of the so- Hefewan who bail goeto Ii *B Southern
the! regular meeting eeeds cimA -, signed a contract to head the !n
has
Kty on Monday' -.git: the soeietI a Xortherrx Uar.-ftSity star tb '
atfrtotif department of ) freer for &HfifMSSKfSHBZi
reading :
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vas entertained b.a Kumoroas
by I E. Mo er and a debate Dr. A. w. Bock, of Ne.r Yolk, to)I,next three: years. Look Horoet"-Pelt oat Florida i
Cole a valaI Seen m -Forma
TransJ'Mana
TV. dto'T-at ioc Use for Int the! r-Allied debate.debts ReMind able given: library the cf medical books in Earbst. -; for Forman, or pull vat- $4....++990444+4++44..4..o 9

other bngu.a .
German French and
should a'Hriled. was awarded
2.e .. .
voIaJn. A }Iuentb. -. .
SOOMILLER'S (
_tie dSnrdupp': ,>rt d by H. O. rs, .otaliag aboot Eyes "7.:!; Glossy .
--'-- five cts. "'
fur v'I
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0e waf int.He \
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I.i "iJaIatS-_ The. Campus. :i iI. It: C. H. COLES & SON : .

Teen: Fir want 1 t
Foreign lady in dnIg'.stDre-1 Gamesrilk Florida. .
sad
<*- + Jewelers Optoiass
NUNNALLY'S AND WHIT3LANS CANDIESTOMKINSON J Some f powder."* :4
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KEY FLORAL CO; -._' "Menen'sr .t .::..' ;.. .I .. .I I.I. I .I .I .. .= .j .... ..... .....

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ti r EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT : THE WELL "

Dewey A. Dye, .? .._ Editor in Chief i ii+ +

i ': i. Goodrich Copeland, .._.___.._ Managing Editor I i+ A Deep Subject. + V

.' H.'M. Friedlander._-A.sst. Man. Ed. Leslie D. Williams, ____. Local Ed. 1+ + 1 Nationally \

; t. Randall Hunter, -__ Sporting Ed. Henry Fuller, -A.sst. Ath. Editor 1 + + + + + + + + + + + :
i r 1 H. R. DeSilva, _.._ Contributing Ed. "Bivins & Norton",=Exchange Eds. :

'! M. M. Chambers....._.._...._.____Associates_ ....__. ....._____..W. Russell King ,: News Item; 1930. : -
Sam Ham's tea dive was raided last'! [Known
;4! t BUSINESS DEPARTMENT night by the police'and several pots of '!i -

i ''d JJ.'velma 'Keen, _.. ------_ Business Manager i'oolong and two rare young hyson were i ii ;

1. 'I'!'' -' W. W. Gunn, .._._....- .--- ---.-- Assistant Business Manager i I captured. In the back room a com-It ,I i = Know TimeBevo

'. 'is John H. Carter, Jr., _.___.._...-------------Circulation Manager 1 t plete parcheesi layout, three sets of j r
'. I tiddle-de-winks and other gamblihg '!
[ Entered as second class matter, September 2S, 1912, at the postoffice at! found and are'' !
paraphernalia were
I; r ; Gainesville, Fla.,under the Act of March 3d, 1873 I I now being held at headquarters. The has become the best

t t Place all communications ;and news items in boxes designated that i checkers had been rapidly secreted of food and fellow..

f f ; )urpose in Peabody and Language Halls. I but the board was still in evidence' friend

i : f Mate--The Florida Alligator, $L50 the year. showing the complete depravity of the :' ship.

habitues. .

r---* * * * * Ham has long been known to the :'
for its
," '. police as a dangerous character and i i Drink it purity
I: : when hailed into court thismorning i II' j -

i. u. :i SEMINOLE POPULARITY CONTEST I'' was noticeably staggering under the': and deliciously appetizing

'-L'; ;' ;* influence of cubebs, his breath reeking : flavor. x

!, 1."t.t; t"t.:;, *- Cut out the coupon below. Write your choice opposite the ques- 'dot cough-drops. j i iFernald I
ballot in the boxes which will 0i -
:j :.,' 'i '* tion. Sign in your name and and place Engineering your Halls_ on Saturday. No I' -Well, did you have a good j i At the soda fountain orb
i :; :, be placed Language time at home last week-end?
; p will be accepted after that day. Do not vote more than once. ( -
: t # votes with meals. 3k
: Ennis-Well, just sorterso, you see : your

. r ::1, d'"+\ *'d\ Who is the biggest Bull Artist in school?.._........-.............-........--..-... I it is like this, there ain't nobody at i ii i
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borne"now and and the
except ma pa
t Bevo be served cold.
f ; |old mule and it's deaf dumb and i must
Who thinks he is?_........_.._.__._.._.. '" .n n grey i'!!
i j.t.. I .. blind.
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.'j :: 'J J Who is the biggest Bull Artist on the Faculty?.-:; '-,' .........------.. Fernald' Why do you keep a mule ,: _
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like that? ANHEUSER-BUSCH ST.LOUIS _
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:J1. it -. Ennis Well, you see it's about the : .
t ',# Who thinks he is?.. .. .. Z *- -- ------ -
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: Who thinks he is?..............__-....-...-J: : ..: i :..-.-... ,.* I See Service. -
j t Join the R. O. T. C. and get a pair It must be
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p 4 Who is the best dressed man in school_ y ',y' 'j ,; ....-----........-- ,of shoes. Free pants and everything. Ice Gold
.' ',7' r ; Military Dept at the Ouija board.

'# ax- -. : ._ -- ..........._.. ; i Specially{ qualified candidates may carry ,:
Who is the most popular man in school?_. _:>,.;: .'.:.: .. ::." | peashooters. Ammunition barred. _. ... i

"** Who thinks he is?._.___ ____+ _' :.. ....,' ,' : .-.-... t Hobby horses for equitation are now "' ..
'* ..:: ':.7! ::.:.s-.. ;- "i 'I rapidly rocking in from Washington ,.-.

Who eats most in mess hall;:._..._._:"...,:, ...'-if. --- # I their movements governed by our .-
," Military Deut. at the Ouija board. !
...:i,<. n I Said everywhere.fauslUes 1 l.
Who is the funniest- mah in school?. : ;: '. .__.1-_... According to the last communique 4 suppiled ya.cer c1:
I they have advanced three wave ; ( drufht and ; ..$,
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t1to.z.. --'llUers are _
Who thinks he is?. ___..._.._,..,..-.....___ ;;' .... ._..__....._.... :lengths-Adv.-The Tartan. :\ cordially! Invited <.' J.. ;
I j ji inspect .ur pl.nt..* ,

'ri Who is the laziest man in school?_..._._;;;.....:,,2..p ...:..-_---_...-.:-.-....... 1 i Optimist-One who still carries a
.:' I!corkscrew.-E x.
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Who is the brightest man in school?_T._.....;. ,!.." :f ". -, _--. r ,1---. u_ :
"* : ham" I GAINESVILLE FRUIT
STORE
f Old Tastes and
Who is the most loyal Gator.._....__......__ .. "', '..: "'-'_ TM .. Fancy Fruits and Draft Beverages. Cigars Cold Drinks and Bero, lOc
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Your Name._..-:..__._......__.._._....._._...,.:-- _._.._ ___._... RiXa I Young Thank You. Cone Again.N. .
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COMMERCIALISM VS. BEAUTY.
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When the callous rudeness of ,power runs amuck in the broad way of i "

humanity it scares away by its grossness the ideals which we have cherished. FORD HEADQUARTERSJ.
with the martyrdom of centuries. *
R. ALDERMAN,
Commercialism, with its barbarity of ugly decorations, is a terrible Prop. i'
The. Home of the
Famous FORD MOTOR
menace to all humanity, because it is setting up the ideal of power over that a! CARS, Accessor
ies. Supplies and
of perfection. It is making the cult ef self-seeking exult in its naked shafrne- Repairs.
Jessness. '
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_ 1"heast pjwers: of nature do not reveal their truth in hideousness but

in beauty. Beauty is the signature which the Creator stamps upon his works
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when he is satisfied with them. All our products that insolently ignore the }

laws of perfection and are unashamed in their display of ungainliness bear i. BEST BY TEST 1 "
the of God's *
perpetual weight displeasure. Shoes that wearS
So far as commerce lacks the dignity of grace it is untrue. Beauty 'sometimes disagree, but both Father t.

and her twin brother Truth, require leisure and self-control for their growth, ;and Son approve of our Tailoring in UNITED SHOE STORE .
and
but the greed of gain has no time or limit to its capaciousness. Its one objectis (its every detail. The father is proud i: Educator Shoes. "
to produce and consume. t jof a well dressed son and vice versa. I .

Present-day commercial civilization of man is not only taking too j I We make clothes that please the old !ji j-! .-. _.. -

much time and space, but killing time and space. Its movements are violent; I man, the middle-aged man, and the i

its noise is discordantly loud. It is carrying its own damnation becauseit 'young man. too. Clothes for business j

is trampling: into distortion the humanity upon which it stands. It is ,|or social occasions, and our work is THE NEW YORK RACKET

strenuously turning out money at the cost of happiness. Man is reducing:I characterized by elegance, style, neat-1
himself to his minimum in order to be able to make amplest room for his '[ness and finish. Aeat forFlorsheim ,

organizations.! He is deriding his human sentiments into shame because ; Spring Line on Display. i I i Shoes s ..

they are apt to stand in the way of his machines.-Sir Eabindranath Tagore, f .

in his book "Nationalism," published and copyrighted by The Macmillan Com- '! NICKl)4JVIATOTailoring. ; : .-
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i i Pressing and Repairing. -t
One of the features of Founder's Week recently enjoyed at Rollins College ;
AlacltuaCOunty
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S&ICt Company :.:
was a press luncheon at which representatives of most of the College i B. R. Cikon :
Prer'ideat'
p&prs in the State of florida were in attendance. Due to an oversight The M,4 .z:::: .: };;; Members .f A terican r Aawciati.n : :...t
f Title
Alligator was not represented, but according to an account of the affair car- I Florida Barber ShopFOR A8aieciau.: .fT1tk.. yes.M en. Members .f Florida 3
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ried i,the Rollins Sandspura most pleasurable occasion ;
: was enjoyed in spite STUDENTS ,GAINB3TOJJ5.
: AND FLORIDA
'Of this handicap. The Editor-in-Chief of The. Alligator regrets hU nonattendance -J i a
and wishes to pledge his'support to the! plan to form an OTHEfiS I
tion of-college papers in Florida which was proposed at that time .'aSSOCia-1! West Side of Square Gainesville.'
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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR .
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I HEATING PLANT NEED IS GREAT '1'be arranged after the -target--- -season--- .' E: I

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J.SBODIFORD s; j t i iI t;;I:;;;;;m j :::: :i:::: : : '
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j (Continued From Page Two) i an illustration of the Interest;!: .. ... ; IK ... ...w.:I {
{handicapped! i, which the War Department I .
DRUGGIST by their present crowd- is taking ;1 /'Classy"
I 11n the ; ;
I led quarters in Language Hall. Also R. O. T. C. it U noted that I I !
it I arms and i1t.1;
will contain an; auditorium; of suffi- equipment to the amount of j I
.dent size to fill the ncvds of i $33,608.12 is now on hand at this in-1 I f I
t the
i ii body student -, stitation and that $2233.40 has In Style
ii for a Ion:?: time to come. been II ]. : : ..HK
paid
J for commutation
i An assembling place of this kind I of rations since
Business WithSTATE is
Do |now one of the things most j the beginning of the scholastic year.'! fabric andtailoring
needed '
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BANKS by the University. The Besides this, the R. O. T. C. branchof I
R! use of the
i :gymnasium for this the general staff is making every :

I j", :: _,,;;it of its red value purpose as; a place deprives for effort to co-operate the work in the I I .. :
gymnastic training. colleges and to advance this work by
S H 0 E SfIf i; The I every possible means. Conferences j II :
present gymnasium building i is are Sold on basis of
; sufficient | being held from time to time in,
i t to ac.on:: 'push its purpose if Washington I I I
to which
: professors of Quality suit t
:'4JTRM.: \ TENCH HpPGainesville t left of the free for that purpose. The needs I I military science and tactics near the i i ; every t :
athletic i
department are a I capital guaranteed to give !
'.] '-., I swImming are invited, together with
'l:;; & pool, ,;hick is soon to be Leads of institutions and officers of the
satisfaction
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0 constructed, aid "xtensive repairs, Department staffs. or money S
i ;, !'equipment A series of conferences -, '
of t.e ;-mnasium and addition I back. i
'j : of miltary science and tac-' I I
if to the athL..!ic geld. These tics are being :
arranged for the
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ff| ; Florida. E things are to l ly .:e:: ..plished as soon I mer and will be held at Camp Benning i' tJib Ebf dCA!! iN Snappy Young ;

tt;; ,as funds became available. I during the progress of the camp. i .. . . . . . .

!;Js: ?'H 0 E s campus The more improvement urgent need is considered for general to I Orange groves have netted their,I conservative! :

,," ;; ;be .better campus roads. Hard sur- owners handsome returns this season I l:I ;i: .

ic lacing and- careful- maintenance of allthe 1 and the fortunate owners are rewarding I W. S. DORSET & CO. older men.

1 I .. -----;:; _. ;-" :::Jn I roads on the campus will do muchto their trees correspondingly with J :

tl, I, make it attractive.As the best grades of fertilizers, and !' Everything_ in Groceries I Hart, Schaffner

!!, stated at the beginning of this there is every indication of another'Jumper I ,
,
SEE :article, these are but the needs in gen J crop.-Orlando Evening Star- For Goodness Sake Drink I I, Marx Suits 1
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BAILEYfor j.r j. eral.! Specific figures and estimate Reporter. I I i I DORSEY'S DELIGHT COFFEE i $40 to $65

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:. J J'I next the co-operation ssession of of the that Legislature body will, and be !I -BOYS i\i\!r "Society Brand" i : I

It t!solicited to make a Greater Florida. : Every room ought to get a good live daily. Subscribe for THE IIi i Suits I-
J ', : 'r SUITS f+t I I ATLANTA GEORGIAN and SUNDAY AMERICAN. Contains a '

'i\"< ''t Military Department. cracker-jack sporting section. Delivered 20c. per week. I $45 to $65LEVY'S
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'-" I'I The R. O. T. C. at the University of! P. H. GILLEN, Agent. Room 41, Buckman Hall S I .
Florida is an Infantry Unit senior .II
Division. There are at -- --- ---- ----- .- -. -
present 27
I I students taking the advanced I i
'J workI f
": TAMPA, .. ; t I I and 225 students taking the basic ft Popular] Goods At Popular PricesAT i i
a. t 'I course. There are in addition 34 men 111fji t !} Bay and Hogan Street. '
1 drilling who are not members of the t S. -* ;.0 i
FLORIDA. --- -
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: i course will attend the advanced '
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i. I! camp win be held at Camp Benning,I j jj -

; j Ga., beginning June 17th, and the gov-t t'I' : ADAMKATZ&CO.CORRECT =.
Best ,Values to be jjj'I' ernment will furnish the railroad I IF THERE IS ANYTHING
tickets there and back. !

had t !I i The R. O T.. C. is in good shape I Ii i! You want in the line of Fancy Fruit, Groceries and Vege- CLOTHES N_

II I te present. The issuing of uniforms I II ,.
," fl)I and equipment has caused a decided i j ji tables at the Lowest Prices, Call at the ,- FOR MEN

New Spring Suits !!i improvement the raorale and the! .

battalion is now putting up very i Sanitary Fruit and Produce
I I creditable: drills and parade. All ,; I. -
arriving daily. I the work is being done with a view I Phone 87. Company'I I
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I! by officers of the General i! J; YBOR CITY FLA.

: ,3 .t 1 j 11 I I staff.. ;. -- ---- --- __ u :

I Iti I The target! range is being put i n -- ---
shape and, the target pits remodelled I
H HL ulS I I in order'to provide greater safet .. I II I ? '! J. W. McCollum & Co.

: I 1I! Ample Ammunition is on hand for tar-j i i BURNETTTHECLOTHIER : DRUGGISTS

t ;: get, practice for all members of the "The Rexall StorGldnesv: l1e. ::
M1# j R. O. T. C., and a successful season -'i Agents for -

t !1 t is expected. A gallery rifle competition j I ,, LIGGETS and NOKKIS CANDIES S'S'
is be in Southeastern 'I
I | to fired the -
BAILEY ; Department on or before the:, NUFF SED' 1 i J

1 f 10th of April, and a riffs competitionto :

1 t be held between the 11th and 20th'i. HOTEL HILLSBORO
: THE CLOTHIER | of Slay. Our chances of winning one

j or both of these are excellent. The ____ _____ ._ ___ .u. __
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ofIilitary
1 205-207 Lafayette St. Tactics was compelled to turn down I TOP 0' TOWN.T
THE THOMAS COMPANY II IIJ'
;. a challenge by. Georgia Tech for;r-\\
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TA3IPA. FLORIDA U:i March 20th as it was felt that the a
COME IN AND SEE US FOR BASE BALL FOOTBALL -
: time could not at present be spared to J'I
TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTING GOODS.
1 make preparations for \it It is hop- ; -

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WHERE DO YOU TRADE? WE ARE GLAD TO HANDLE YOUR MAIL AT OUR EXPENSE. WE AREPLEASED

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

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.. .; .r cheaper ones. The difference is marked CREAM DE LUXE ;fI



I only by the make. You know Popular and Classical Sheet Music. High Grade Cad .

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: : HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes k- _::n 'Exclusive. Stationary. _-::

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; ; ; 80S FRANKLIN ST. THE HOME OF HART SCUAFFNER & MARX TAMPA f of Florida's Best Hotels

i .. 1 I It Rates from $3.50 to 5.00 per day, American Plan.

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i F t\ tions have been shy about announc-t I ;classes, declare so plainly in the '
; ; ; "h r SEMINOLE 'WILL RUNPOPULARITYCONTEST : ing their candidacy However, one| space provided for it to the left. Doi 1 S. OGDEN CHADWICK

:' :; .. has announced his intentions of en-i I I you smoke, drink or play cards? If i Manager.

tering the race and we herewith an- you have none of these vices, do you "

: ; I I nounce Seth Hollinbrake for the po- : read Marie Corelli? And.so on until
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: sition of Laziest Man the O-death-where-is-thy-stini-and-- -
i." \ on campus.
J t CO-OPERATION. IS REQUESTED "I hereby announce my candidacy If Grave-where-is-thy-victory. J:. ::= -= --= = :::--= =: :
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: IN VOTING TO SEE WHO IS THE *
t for the position of the Laziest Man on
,: i: BIGGEST -HULL ARTIST," ETC. the campus. I have been urged by a ; + + + + + + + + + + + +

| number: of friends to run for the po-T: + + I'f University
3 i j.j The Seminole hold The Book
is going to a t sition for they feel that I am suited : + MILITARY. Store
:, L, ,-, popularity contest Saturday for the| for the position. Ism a Florida#f:+ +
i tl' r -- best men in their various lines on the 1 + + + + + + + + + + + .+
r Cracker and proud of it. Your sup i!
'!;" ;1 1 campus. That is, for the best men,! port in the coming election will be ap- CHANGE IN DRILL SCHEDULE I! Basement Language Hail ;
according to the student body.
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preciated and if I am elected I promise L .
,r t. All students are requested to cast [ to serve you to the best of ray March 11, 1920. General. Orders, :
xheir vote according to the rules on12he t 1 ability. For reference as to my char-i No. 2. NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEW'ELRY AND
ballot, 'which will appear on another -!'! acter apply to Arthur Craigo. 1. The the STATIOXEt
following changes in
page in this week's Alligator. '1 SETH HOLUNBRAKE." LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS FRFSU3I4NCAPS
drill schedule for March are announced -If I
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All men are requested to abide, ,, ETC *
r !: Days on which no change is "
strictly by the rules and vote early| THE ,1 i
QUESTIONNAIRE "
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noted the schedule will remain as prev-. '-, ..
Saturday to avoid the rush. i -
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''POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTAs 4 Where were you born, and why!f : March IT.-Battalion Inspection 1 Everything For The Students ..' :

., 'ed was your mother if any? Was:*preceded by review, pot in heavy I

the Seminole has but recently jour lather pink, olive or drab? i j marching order. -,.

decided to run a popularity contest, i i What do yotf do, ,bow do you do it.1: March 27.-Close and '" 't. P( ,
extended I ;-T".; :
many of the aspirants for the posi- f and why do"OU its Do you write!J drill contest by platoons. order I I .
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any .
March
31, A. M.-Company
Is the mole J6** contest
4rder Yonr Visiting Cards Now j check acquired or inherited An youY f If nv'I j| extended oiL r. !

I| herited, from whom and how remote -'j ,,March 31, P. M.-Escort to the+
Commencement
is not far off and you and at what hour? Are yore a i r igLs. t Gainesville Furniture Co.

urill- avoid disappointment by placing: j Democrat or sane? If neither, what j 2. Paragraph 2, General Orders''

your order for cards now. We are I is jour opinion of the Darwinian<}: No.. 5, ,1920, is rescindedThe drill'r

[ showing all the latest styles of engraving theory? Do you belie f in co-ordina-j I regulations of 1911 wttJ remain in ef-f i a
tion. and if not give fire t feet until further 6der. 5 ,
at moderate prices. The plate i ijs good rea- All students* <' '
Tour property and is 3ivered .rith 1 sons without stopping for breath. i| who have drawn new drill regulations j ; D. R. COX, Proprietor.
,State year objections serially in !will keep them and those*who bare: not:
ike cards. I'
%. large bold outlines, not omittingyour turned inold regulations will keep; -\ Phone 86

PEPPER middle name if any. If no mid- their ok regulations : further no- i
PRINTING:
Co. die name, and you belong to the low-: tice. .. j{

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---- j H. F. BACHE,1o : Lieat, Battajien -

LI j I r---- L. C. SMITH "|,[[},''Adatant. ,- -- DO BUSINESS WITH

f has moved to South Side of Square, four doors from MeCoihim's Drug !!I t !(ar IS, 19e.: THE ORIDA NATIONAL BANK
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Store. New Spring Shoes t General .. FL
t coming in Orders X 19-
every day. See the line before |I J 1! }
I purchasing 1. The B0wkrg pfnauatioBs are i Res. Over $2,9M>*
'El jDEMUTH Bank" roes
.il s---osme.o- .j I I j made in the Battalion: t "The New Million Dol*
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g: I | assigned to *'c" Coejpanjr: for duty. The want and Lunch Room
I Alachua
By order of Captain Ward. .
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i 1 1st Liect, Battalion Adutast.. !! O GENTLEMSN
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o beta cam .. war Sarasota by tile, Half e:.. l..M D prt.
I a Bled: ti.. Atiea sic
Iigj Pates interests ts the pfanting of GaiMs-illt, fb.
t 3d acres: of wkat Telephone! 34-
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$ UARGEST MAXCRS ihD'''ril2 doubtless d.asa Street

L.WQRL: CP 2:2: :pC-: rof.the< ,leading-,crops become ofthe another Suasota one. ". FOR BICTCLlS. 110T'0RC\.CI..Es.. _,tCC OF
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