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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 26, 1920
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-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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General Note: Has occasional supplements.
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!f 7f DRAMATIC I University- of Florida Band---1920i !L8 TO 3 SCORE OF j..i

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Nicl1t Performance of "Fanny and !
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the Servant Problem" Will Be !i !'Gator Nine Stat'S.; ; With Hush, I

: Given by GirL from Tallahassee. j i t[. and Shows Form Against u

1 I Rollins.. j

Members of the Dramatic club, of; _
| The University of Florida nine detested
the Florida State College'for ,Women,! -
n j Rollins College Wednesday- '
will present a play entitled *Fanny!
|cmoon by a score of 8 to 3, before a !
and the Servant Problem at the f r
fi ;large crowd at Orlando. Real form
Theatre fi i
Baird Saturday night. Eighteen j i
i' I was shown by the 'Gator nine, which y\
or twenty young! !ladies students I E 2 2r
outclassed the Rollins team from the
of the college, will take part. j !

The members of the Board of Con- I i i first.

trol promised'to send the Dramatic STop j The hitting of Gctzen Hardee, -

club here, after the University Band j Blake and Madison for Florida, and
gent to Tallahassee several weeks; I Eargerdt for Rollins featured the : :
Out nine hits Florida made ;
; game. of ,
:ago. The members of the band did so : II
!i the 8 while Rollins secured
runs, only j
well at the capital city, that members
-- three runs from a total of eight hits.
> of the board decided that the 'r"i. -i.. 40'i' '> '- '" I j i
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University and Gainesville' should! bej I : < ./ .' .;: : :f : '.> *"' # : i 6
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yiren: a treat by sending the college I :-,. ... ""-A. .-.:,;" .".r7"- ?- -'..'''.'.'.''.''f',. ;..... ''FAi.'i.' ,.. "' .._, .... .. .,:.....!". t.bo;%7"' .'...'<'".,_1f..., ', >: !' 7 "' ', ' !
1- girb here in return, to present one; vM. C" :. .c' .-'_: '._ _d ".. ". ':0-- '. ', :/:, :'.... -r".4;; "' )./'{ ":.:,\;{,,::, ......F'j'o;: : ._ I i Rollins .. ...-_............-. .__.........._ :3 8 3 I
their sh ws..r .
'j i j ,_ Batteries-Liddon and Hardee; !:
.. :The Tallahassee girls' take all parts Row -(left to right.) I J. H. McDonald, Stuart. I S. L. Roach, High Springs. !Shannon and Nelson. t ti '
iflf the plajr, which was given at- the-: : W. C. Bass Kissimmee. i; Tennis.
H. E: Hbffner, Pine Castle. Fifth. Row.
,. College for Women oa*March 17, and i H. E. )lcLain, Birmingham, Ala. I Anthony Regero, Tampa. I E. A. Kopp, drum,majors BkttimereSeci Following the plan developed a few F
;M nay bring> | their own orchestra to furnish -1: ad Row. Fourth Row. H. H. Zeder, manager-assistant director weeks ago the Tennis Club has written .

t. : the music.'The R. P. Perkins,:Pine Castle. Charles Regero, Tampa. i Delray. .to Stetson University asking them

cast for_ the production follows: : P. A. Hunter Tampa. A. A. Ames, St. Petersburg. A. R. Marks, director Italy. for dates on which they could meet

'Fanny--Iiss Elizabeth Conradi';; F.. N. Holley, Apalachicola. G. C. Alderman, Lake Butler. R. M. .Swanson, Gainesville. the University in a tennis tournament -

'Vernon Wetherell t, Lord Bantodc.:(her-i! P. W.: Graham, ptec nont. W. Va.W B. G. Gregory, Lansing, Mich. N.. B. Bartlett, St. 'Cloud.J. cither here or there. In the

1'1msband)._----.Miss.Helen. Warlow, M. "Tiller, K% n mee. -' t J. H. McKillip. Bartow. M. ("Chink") Riflcn, mascot, meantime the entries here are preparing ,

'Martin: Bennett (her butler) __--___Miss C.. L. Walker, 'Sanford." I J. D. Sundy, Delray. Gainesville. I to meet them. The tournament -

.. Grace Wian."Susannah ]. M. Stears, Lake! Worth- I B. W. Ames, Kissimmee. Members Not in Picture. I for singles has been announced

Bennett (her housekeeper) ;, D. G. Smith, Stuart. I K. R. Storms.Zephyrhills. W. E. Blount, Fort Myers. 1 and will 5e played off as soon as is

Miss Elizabeth. Robinson P. W. Stinaon, Tarpon Springs. L. B. Pratt, Jacksonville. I H. W. Merck East possible. A double tournament .will

Jane Bennett (her maid) .__ i n_...Miss .' Third Row. .1 L. A. Hogarth, Stuart. I A. T. Brown, WaucbuXa. ;aIso be prayed at an early-date. The

Margaret Standfort. E. E. Roberts, Key West,, E. J. Brooks Jacksonville. J. C. LighUey. Bartoxr (i matches for the single tournament
; follows
:Ernest Bennett (her footman) ....Miss !' --- -- ---- ....__ _h_ I i are Klocfc as vs. G.:B. Stanley.

1 Honoria.Leola Caruthers.Bennett (her still room !RATINGS GIVEN I ICOMPAMESOON! NO SCHOOL WON ''GOVERNMENT! 'DEPOSiITORYATUNIVERSfTY j;I II.McBride K Ward vs.vs Jerrimaissen.j Windisfe. .

Winifred Mason i
f maid) Miss .
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Carpenter vs. Duncan.
The Misses WetheralIs her aunts by '
H TRIANGULAR 1 Duckworth: vs. Ford. =_ _
_Miss Elise Tnrnbull
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marriage)
Knight will play the winner of the
I '. Miss Ada Knight. i ''laxt match.
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Dr. Freemantle (her local medical System of Grades Will be Instituted. DEBATING MATCH I f For Motion Picture Films Pat Out by ,a Wrestling

man) .....Miss Mary Wood Davislr. for Companies of University i; -. the Various Department and What
f i proved to be one of the most rrh
} George P. Nefts (her former Battalion by Captain Ward ,, Each AffirmativeWon Friday Night :; Kareaira at Washington. j exciting bouts ever held here took : :;
business managerMiss' Allie' i iI i i and No School Will Hold Honors !J \l place in the gymnasium Wednesday

. McAlpin. Each company in the University I This Year-Hot Debate Here j i I The General l Ede4Sion Division n'\\;(night before a large crowd of specta- :

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: ): :Miss Mercer Gayle, Miss Dorothy -. the commandant after April first. :: The triangular debate held last Friday ([ made a government depc.rt, ry for I land only one fall resulted. Plenty of -

I Richie. Miss Florence Ramage, night resulted in a tie. Each af- motion i pep was shown throughout the preliminaries ; =
filias
e Miss Claire These marks will be given on general ;; picture put .at by th
I Miss Margaret Boyle ] and the.finala = "
< next Wednesday
Weimar. appearance of each company, the man- j;;firmative winning its debate. South <' various departments and bureaus a. -
! i 1! are sure to be interesting
! Act L-Bantock Hall Rutlandshire. ner of forming and performance of I'j ji j Carolina won here Tennessee won atI I Wasb n ..ca.. A large shlpmtrt of Here follows the account:

Time-Sunset. i; duties at drilL There will be deduct I j Columbia S. c.. over C. H. Lichliter;i j films has been received from the ISn- \ Bantamweight Key, 124 pounds,

'" Act IL-Sazae. Morning.Act t tiorts far absences each officer from i sand Maurice Stein, and H. H. Jones ;| reau of Education which hare an Jc-!beat owen, 119 pounds, on ajrgresrlsiveneu >-

.-Same. Few hours later. the captain down, and enlisted man ::and S. C. Peacock won at Knoxvilleover rational value, particularly for l ; Oberbottzer, 119, won over '

Act rW-Saae.f Early next raorm-: from the top sergeant down, receiving i South Carolina. schools and community ebbs that 1U 1 1 Link 121, on aggressrenes! :
ing.Although". '', a certain amount of deduction for South Carolina won from the University I not have an opportunity to see the : Lightweight-Coates, 127, beat IDt -

the play is primarily for I absence. This announcement was made i of Tennesssee last Friday I films on Pershhjrs;: Crusaders" HSJJ: rSnum t 126, on aggressiveness; Ennis, =
Use University men, residents of; by Captain Bloxham Ward at the night in the debate held at the Univer.ity Island shipyards and other, govern* 1 1,13-1. beat Burton 133, on aggreujve- tv

"Gainesville will be welcome. 1 drill period Wednesday morning. when the team from Columbia I i merit films that were distributed juHI linesa., The bout had to go 15 roin-

, '. .' The requirement of perfection will Iwas awarded 3 of the 5 points in the I before the cleat of the war. These, ate$ before a decision could be ren. ;.' -
BESOLTJTIOX OF SYMPATSYWHEREAS. come under three main heads and a !debate on the question: "Resolved i i and other films on modern warfarewill .,,deTect: -

certain amount will be deducted for :That boards of arbitration with compulsory I be lent to anyone who wishes:'!\ Welterwefgfct-Stanley, 145, won -
God in His providence"haa be established to settle '.-
powers them. : Keller
145
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Tom life ofaerrice. [ failure to observe or perform each :over on aggressiveness;
seen fit to remove a -. .:The items coming under : disputes between organized labor: In addition to films furnished by Yancey, 140, threw Fus el, 140, in. 2
.. the befcved brother oft ourdirect+ inspection will be: Formation land capitaL" The,.affirmative; team .<' Coverm&ect agencies, educationalfilm \minutes, 10 seeocdx -
-Cwtaa.T; Duke Williams; aWHEREAS ? was represented by W. C. Mann a:3 have been ,;
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i and hpf, company attendance at drill and I .i t promised by ecrporCations MidcJteweijfte-Coteman and CarlThese'ton -
k "* In time. of sorrow and performance of duties. i B. Polykoff while Tercessee's teats 1 throughout the country. won by default. ?
oar ds; parade,
Sr; >ef. the 'sympathy of fee : Captain Ward will publish a detailed !consisted of Myers E. Hartman and* show how; work is done ia ea rraou ji i M4gbt feearyweJrhtr-Charle* and

, is a source of comfort to us; of the new methods ofats :Rkhard N. Owen. plants and give an idea of the condi ;Werner won by default. '
resolved report -
it ;;
I. THEREFORE Be Willa f marks in next week' Alligator. i Polykoff led off with the argument I tioes uder which the worker Jive. |I' The feature of the evening was a
Captain
That, we extecd to sincereayapatby CempaaSta.zwin! that! existing conditions demanded remedy -- No charge is made for the use e fj 1 boxing boot between-Kid" Drrane

-. and the entire family bensveajent out ;' CcMfall7."n" won. .the competitive and- that none was offered atpresent. : ; films but the borrower must pay eiacd! ; ;-. lug* qe ons. Beth pogillxti

Ii, w their sad 4 fent jntcbffig latest Wednesdaymorning" He contended that-ocpulsory' -, rtpres*. :iroa and, to the ynhrersHy,,;showed .gT a\ form aM at a ttv&t

..SL solirtd THEREFORE t= V i Be ft of.further thtse -: witS a score of 89 per eeat., aTbitration i afforded a remedy r'f{ except when films amen a'etrcurt::t neither!: Was injured, but tie .zon wa .

: Thai copy Y1oridarames-tCompany:i:: "IT was second with a, for-thiacondition because this f:ra:: .i.Films on circuit are received 1 by the: : bruised. Jess Baser, referee
t"m' lotion! be sect' to the __toc"- Idcore of 83 and Companies "C" and was Just, logical 1. sound in principal,,: borrower eoO* t and are' refthippedI i t f I-tempted to fcreal a dfeeb. and the! Y r

p i| Uaioa aad the Florida"C" /A" reeefpcd 81' and 72, respectively, awards can be enforced, and that it f collect. The circuit plo by: redocisjjculease. ;; ( pirHed ffUdlatora fell eta tin irfllihi -

'. ..- COMPANY P O. T. C[ The general standing of the eomCchttwied should be adopted because it ie nee.: makes a great re 9etten "n r.:violeeee, Jeu II'AfJ reeon.eed: ok( _

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I :'::: .J., PAGE TWO. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR. FRIDAY., MARCH 26, 1926 ,,.

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; : CHIEF JUSTiCE--'have been sustained supplies-----::-- --rn radicals--f copies used producing the-j>Jay ,!it-trolling for the courses offered by theGeneral | SEE A VIDAL- -- --

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I z !with an effective legal' weapon to} need be procured from the publishers.{ Extension i Division *nd the ]1 -
I : overthrow the system tf society under Recitations win be est out as.a one-'number fcf inquiries that have b? !'.f\ For Drugs, Stationary! T
BROWNE SPOKE which we live. Under: the broadest wetk 7oan. *received in&cste that men who have J I Articles, Candies, OO:1\"e12ir ::
j TsZ! Cards WatertnatPens / .
definitions of the and nary ,
police power, laws i Plays are listed under the following serve J-in the army \ >
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,.1 AT UNIVERSITY logically may be sustained which heads: Plays for schools, short| soon form an important group among :
would pervert American institutionsinto correspondence-study students. .
j i plays suitable for school programs,(the ---,.
the system of Soviet Russia. The 1 short for, The scholarships are cpcn also to :
amateurs, plays :
plays for
morning
Tuesday March 16, at the DICK REID
remedy is a return by the courts to a for children. men now in the service. i
i amateurs. and plays
chapter period, the students of the reasonable definition of the police t Recitations ender the heads of Florida Courses Known in India. !
are
: University had the pleasure of listening consistent with MEN'S j
power the constitu FURNISHINGS
4 to I dramatic, humorous inspirationaland The Man From India" who is interested -
an unusually eloquent and
i sagacious tion. :
correspondence-study TAMPA
child impersonations. in PLA.
address by Hon. Jefferson. B. No ,
,i i i one could hear this illuminatingand Extension ; t
1 Browne, chief justice of'the Supreme 1 Those who do not specify the plays courses offered by the General
thoughtful address
by Justice ,
: _' Court of Florida. : from which they wish to choose but : Division o.f the University of -1
I i Browne without better understanding
h '1 Justice Browne's subject was "The 'I of our social a problems and an increased -j i rely on the judgment of the General Florida is C. S. Varma, of Quetta, .i :,:=:;: ::: f
Super Constitution" His scholarly! |I Extension Division should give the who is. superintendent of the government SANITARY BARBlJ
appreciation of the value of
; the ; number of characters they wish to garden in Baluchistan.; i iI !
preservation of the constitutionpure
in1; I and undefiled as a charter of the ; use, nature of the play, length, occasIon News of the correspondence course. i I SHOP
; largtng attribute of sovereignty people's liberties.; ;i of the production, scenery that is traveled to Mr. Varma through the
; I Known as the police power. Justice ; available and the names of plays :.Florida Grower of December 20. It GAINESti ILLS. FLOBIDJL
Browne traced in that town recently. In for particUlars;;
the
t development tif the PLAY AND RECITATION SERVICE given took his inquiry -
,i for plays'for children the' 11 March 17 to : r:: :: =:::.
:i police power from times when the ; writing from February to
'J :. b i term itself was unknown; through the A Play and Recitation service has!! range of ages should be given. make the trip from Quetta to
-" f different formulae by which its limitations been added to the activities; of the,;|I A list of reference books helpful in i I Gainesville.. He is interested in the OTTO P.STALLINGSGEXERAL
:; i' .; : have found expression until General Extension Division /: the|I giving pageants will" be sent .on re-! courses in horticulture, especially on
: it became a legal Frankenstein that, i University of Florida for schools,'' ques\ i fruit culture. INSURANCE
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::,i f t under the seductive slogan, "salus churches clubs and individuals. A \1 Dcnus Xo char To Scholarships.To 'i
"t.) populi est suprema lex," transcends bulletin giving information about clear up a misunderstandingthat SPRING IS HERE TAMPA, FLA.
4.i" : the safeguards of the constitution "plays available through this service; may exist in the minds of many RAMASES HAS'RRIVED }
i ;' written by the fathers, becoming "the will be off the press in a few days.In I Florida former service men the General ;
I ; : super constitution. the ( Extension Division of the University -': When lizards begin to crawl and j; -
; bulletin is a list of plays j PICTURES and' PICTURE
Justice Browne lucidly explained that have been given successfulby! of Florida wishes to announce fig tre' spat forth their budding: FR.JasNORAH
: how this perversion of the constitution amateurs from which ,deletions can i that the bonus received by them interferes leaves kncae ,that Ramases is. *
t had come to pass in an endeavor'to '! be made for almost .any occasion and '. in no way with their''elhdbilit) .: near. Since ancient times on the ; "

sustain laws that, in the main," for any number of adults or children. for free correspondence-study courses ,': first warm Iay in spring Egypt hB' TIES
I 11- : L : sought to accomplish good. But he Plays from which the borrowma} .provided they are not already enrolled sent forth t} our open arms her beloved .
made it apparent that the extension of j select the play he wishes to give will in any college in the State. king cud dictator. This benevolent Greeting Cards
Monarch's annual visits have
eni been timed 'with' perfect regularity :

. until now we know by his appearance '!
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-j Florida State College} three tie 5C ?Par e WL..w i's SDj-4U 9,>>p'P... % -:.4: Jf mt1MtMff-
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btvZ 3>Anett%:>Sias hee dc&t ;

... about this famous man. Thrice weIj -
<.. j(I roiae thou art; dear'Ramases. 'The Sportsman"s Store"
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.: I : I> '._' *:: _. {.. Tke Times Vrrio; l"s' :it the D4)- l 2i 'West Bay Sty: .. i'tuoe ;4 .
:-LJI ral: counts Educators are going to get Ja.e1is''neir.?? Fa.JL .
j : a raise in salary in the fall.
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i 1. College of Arts and Sciences, granting B. A. and B. S.; degrees. -: ... ..... .

9. Normal School offering General Teacher's Primary and Kindergarten i s:I You'll!! Be WeiconieVhether or Not You Decide to Bo?

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

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ROOM FORREFERENCE. COULD THINK OF. THEY'D HISTORY FROM THE
THIS IX YOUR RELATE THEIR ,
JASTE Mr, e de Sax&pais of Brxifl.Li v.''. TIME THEY WERE CUT FR0H GEXCZXS CALFrtL T.Y: .". j,,

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.. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT J !i BUY CLOTHES .

Dewey A. Dye, Editor in Chief I
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Goodrich Copeland, ,.,...-..-,. h ; Managing EditorH. NOT CREDIT
M.. Friedlander,___Asst. Man. Ed. Leslie D. WiUia1ts, Local Ed.

Randall Hunter, ____ Sporting! Ed. Heary Fuller, ...Asst. Ath. EditorH.
R.TeSilva, _.._ Contributing Ed. "Bivins &: Norton",__Exchange Eds. j I

M. M!_ Chambers ......_______.....____..Associates__........__....._..-.......W. Russell King Ir
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BUSINESS DEPARTMENT
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rJ.tV ln1a "Keen, ...._.;.:>.......-_.w-.w.--._____._..._ Business Manager : ;, BE-Vf RA.GE
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t W;W: Gunn, .__........._.._._.-_.-_..__._-_-. Assistant Business Manager, U i Rio soft drink
_.f-JohrfH. Carter, Jr., __....._-._- ----.-.. -Circulation Manager f ;i off-year-round

.Entered as second class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffiee at For college men, busi

l "Gainesville, Fla., under'the: Act of March 3d, 1879. i men professional -
ness
Place all communications ns and news items in taxes designated for that ,

purpose in Peabody and Language Halls.late I, men, men of sports-
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= baseball, football, golf,
:-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the,year. '";.i.
-- tennis shooting, riding.
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< ..'4' THE GERMAN SITUATION. I For everybody, everywhere

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'round
the
year ,
I r .F--1'here that
revolution in Germany
with the
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connected
are several i Bevo is hale refresh
that the new
notice is the fact
of notice. Worthy of only passing t
worthy for wholesome
are
born inj ment
the wife of the commander of the? army was I
well as ,
Chancellor as
America seems 'to be pretty well represented. thirst-an invigorating
United
I Great the -Britain States.claims' a share in the distribution of the honors though i it BUt-1 1 i I soft drink. Ideal for the

a'minor: one. The censor was formerly a member of the British t athlete the in :
:but hadteen in jail in or man z
he I
small interest in him as
inent but America may claim a t mental tram-.
of no importance and are t physical or
international accidents are
! These
this country.
I'' mentioned merely as an unusual combination. i ii ing-good to train on .

i A.feature of the revolution that is of the very greatest importance was and gain on. Healthful -

I There is trouble between police and strikersbut and It
bloodless. appetizing. must
the fact that it was ;
contending armies. The Ebert government. <<: 1 1.s
there has been no clash of i be ice cold.
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all the at all .
fallen way
and i it hasn't yet
fell part of the way with a struggle 1 ---

Whether it will or not remains to be seen'. / New Spring Models Now on i
in control at Berlin I ANHEUSER-BUSCH _
is
f The Kapp government to 1000.
This is a striking feature. I Display-$30.00 '
.while the Ebert government is holding its own at Weimer. Each government i J ST. LOUIS

claims*to be(the German government but just now it seems that one is recognized j FASHIONSHOP I t; u .

in South Germany. This is an old-time division. | : yt ,
other
in North and the Tampa Florida I
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Serve it cold
German ,, [
More than half a century ago Austria and Prussia, both then powers .,".v

and, siding with Austria, was Bavaria, Saxony, Wurttemburg i
at war
were
i idriving
sided with Prussia and this nation won, I
.:and Baden. The balance of Germany
'Austria out of the German confederation and assuming the undisputed a

leadership. For a time there was a North and a South German confederation OLD SHOES WANTED I II I IEGAINESVILLE tvum y. i/./ Lh

., the latter composed of the four nations which seemingly are now adhering !: I

forn1er'compo3ed of the balance ]tt : /. La+
the
and Kwwww
to the Ebert government y to be repaired; first-class shoemaker 1 w4a.wlyyMN,1
the French hoped that South i JL.Y+M.l J. 1 M w Y.MW-
Germany. When war broke out. with France q
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Germany would side with them-by the way Roman Catholicism prevailed A ; reasonable prices; rear

South Germany as well as in France, while North Germany was Protestant. Ii Iihe II"

hopes -of the French, however, were ill founded, for North and Southj>d j P Chesnut's Shoe .Store; repair FRUIT STOREFancy

Germany marched side by side against France and when the war was won the !' Fruits and Draft Beverages. Cigars, Cold Drinks and Bevo, lOc

;two were welded into' an empire with the King of Prussia for. its Emperor. (i!g shop now open. Thank You. Come Again.

No one can speak with certainty of the purposes of the new German ( N. S. TAMP AS, Manager.

government. The Ebert government was Socialistic and the Kapp govern- !i' (.

American would look on it in this respect as an -
anent is not. The average --- ---- -

improvement on the government,. though that did not display the objectionable -' Old Tastes and ,

features of Socialism. It was not in the least tinged with anarchy f
i FORD HEADQUARTERSJ.
of the American will go out to the old Young !
average -
Of course the sympathies R. ALDERMAN. Prop.
government on the idea that it was established and was overthrown not legally I The\Homc\ of the Famous FORD MOTOR CARS, Accessori i

:but by revolution. If there is anything that the average American is ies, Supplies and Repairs.

opposed to it is revolution. ; i

But American sympathy is not a matter of any importance in this matter '!'! I

for as universal as is the American opposition to revolution is the American ".
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conception that each nation must decide as to the nature of its own ;
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The Kapp government insists that it will maintain the Repub- ;, .
government. I Shoes that wear
the for the restoration of the monarchy, ,i ,
lie but many believe it is paving way UNITED SHOE STORE

but what is that to us? If the Germans want a Republic or a monarchy it iso | : Agents for Crossett and Educator Shoes.

# be their government and it does not concern us. t

No other nation will have reason or excuse for interference so long as :! I. -_.. __ _. ___._ ______ __
Tio question connected with the armistice or the treaty is involved and the ,

form of German government was not provided for in the treaty or the armistice.TimesUnion I I
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.r> j iI Son approve of our Tailoring in _
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I its every detail. The father ia proud
forFlorsheim "'4.-
The Alligator has teen asked to state ,that the Peabody-Marshall debate -'of a well dressed son and vice versa. I i Shoes '

was not a close contest; but that to the contrary the three judgcp j We make clothes that please the oldman :

concurred in opinion, and the scores were 60 and 90 per cent, with the: < I I the middle-aged man, and theyoung ,i
} man, too. Clothes for business --- -- ---- -- ,
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heavy or social occasions, and our work is (
I'characterized by elegance, style, neatness ,
There have been track meets and rumors of track meets, it is. It is'j and finish. ; Alackua County Abstract Company
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wish ofall students that the Athletic Board arrange'for an Ini i' SpringLine on Display. Colson Preftdent
the sincere Members
,1 i : of American Association of Title Men. Members of Florid -!
Inter-College Track meet. -- s
.ter-dass of i Association of Title Men :

i., NICK DAMATO GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. .
The) ancient game of losers weepers insofar as it effects debating at ,j Tailoring. t"

the University in relation to the-triangle affair is a three 4ded celebration. I I I'ming and Repairing. (!ADVERTISING IN THE ALLIGATOR PAYS.pAGE ,

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JllDAY-- ...- -- THE. FLORIDA ALLIGATOR PAGE FIVE j j jJ.
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I OFFICIALS! NAMED of our independence-- *
, I France gave to r 4
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--J. BODIFORD as the Bartholdi .
) S --I Statue standing in ; '
FOR HIGH New York harbor"Liberty Enlightening -.* : :
DRUGGIST SCHOOL |i the World." The funds for this GeenI i\! \ "Classy"In

: monument of friendship were collected -' .... .
I 1 MEET APRIL 17TH|I IPrDC 'i from millions in every walk I II
iiii I of life school children, washerwomen -

--- 30-., andStudcnts of !I I peasants and the nobility. I' = E S 1 htMF: ltt : I Style
University
With
the ,
| same sentiment with the
Do Business With j of Florida to Act as Officials I
in < desire to
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strengthen and fortify the : I
vAnnu-1 f fabric andtailoring
: High! School Track .Meet. 1
mutual
esteem of the
peoples of the
PHIFER[ STATE BANK .
Entries: for thr ITigh' School Track i peat republic this memorial of her ,. r
Meet to b3 immortal sacrifice will be given to
hold ,
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I c April 16 and I France. '
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are coming i ,
: :: and final
arrange- Posters have been placed'on the I
SHOESH I
; ments nrtbeing made Sold basis of
I for the event. ; bulletin boards which will tell on

i! to Gamesvilk. Rctarians are planning II a where to go if you wish to have you a Quality suit j jguaranteed' j
take ; every .
C r:2 of !
a large
number
of the
B. \I. TENCH H j! part. A drive will be an ample sum
men, vrhi -
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present the high i i j to contribute for the sum to be raisedis to give t tI
schools of the :":;ta.' I '
here in the
meet not large but the of givers
army I satisfaction
and Coach Al Bjsr or money ;
at the 1
0 Gainesville 0 r j University must be great. :
is planning i :
etrytr.'ng for the COm- back.
i fort of th- l.ijrh: school! 1 boys. Mary had a little lamb ; 4T 6L.LA

Florida. E j Recent a::ou;;::-ont regarding i You've heard that fact before l OUNTi1I.NS.
E j jSHO the I :: c j Shit s rcttsC0l4: i w Snappy Young
preliminaries be But have heard she her :
to run off in the I you passed :?CH2CACf.1:
;meet, before:: the .finals proper, said plate Men's, and more con-

E 8-i! of that the the 440-yard dash would be one I I And had a little more? -Ex. servative models for I

I preliminary events. Coach
Buser She-"I have a friend who suffers I II older
has
men.
;;_:.. =-_____""-'V '":_____ _----1 I so, but they announced will be run that in this the is finals not I from the heat. I j jV i S. DORSEY & CO. ; ,
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" ,I only. i He-Where does he live? !
: in Groceries
Officials for the meet have been appointed -I. She ."He isnt living.-Ex. Everything j i Hart, Schaffner & i '

SEE and professors at the univer- Professor-"If the gentleman in the !! For Goodness Sake Drink iDORSEY'S I Ii (Marx Suits 1 1l
: sity will fill several of the important I back will I
BAILEYI I row kindly remove his hatI i DELIGHT COFFEE :;
positions, $40 to'$65"Society
while
.. i university:: students I will continue\ and point otu a con- I : l
: t I' will take other positions in the organization -I i crete example.",Ex. !
. of the ;'"'==< 3.--: ;;__= Brand"Suits
lilto: : |j I The meet. .1 t -Florida Barber .
i following officials were announced Too Bad. Shop- '
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SUITSe II i by Coach Buser: I "Yea, murmured the convicted FOR STUDENTS AND i 'I

a' Referee and starter: A:L. Buser. !1 murderer as he entered the prison "I OTHERS j $45 to $65
'i i : tli I Judges at finish: Professors Cody,I guess I'll have to hang around here." West Side of Square Gainesville. .

Rogers Smith and Black. -Ex. ;::::: -== -:: :::="'" ::
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i Official Announcer: Jack Goldsby. J
I TAMPA, .1'- I.LcFILORIDA i Official time keepers: Professors i( Popular Goods At Popular PricesBURKH1MS .
.' Day and Hogan Street,
BE: k. Riley and Graham.' I -AT- n

: ,_ j i Official field judge; "Y"' Secretary i JACKSONVILLE.; FLA.ADAMKATZ&CO..

:4T -. George White. i, .
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judges: Yancey. t L
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t Inspectors of courses Bivins: Bush- i
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: : ... t .rnell, Terry, J. Gunn.O t
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., .Z Best Values"" to' be. f.k'i i,'I Assistant Chief Marshall marshalls: Paul: W.Baker.McKey, C. [,1 IF THERE Ig ANYTHING t

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: .' --.4 '.- Clemons, Barwick, Rea
f ,.:hadk 1- '. '' .. '---1'i'[ man DeVane and Maines. -'l! You want in the j line' of Fancy Fruit, Groceries and Vegetablesat ; CORRECT CLOTHES

.Z '" '" ( .r I! Clerk of course: W. W. Gunn. I the Lowest Prices, Call at the :' FOR MEN
:1 Callers: Sensabaugh DeSilva and :
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Bache. I i
: : j New Spring 'Suit, Press steward: Copeland. ; Sanitary Fruit and Produce Company ., :

.k t I .Phone 87. Gainesville, Fla. I.
arriving daily.z %- J' AMERICA'S: GIFT TO FRANCE '.II

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?;a I i This week the University has beer: __ ___ .__ __ .It YBOR CITY, FLA.
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!i the Marne," to mark the halting
i! fifteer
"! : 'l. j place, at Meaux-sur-Marne : BURNETT
files from Paris of our common one. THE-CLOTHIER :I DRUGGISTS"The
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.. : '. t! my in dark 1915. Rexall Store" ,Gainesville.
I To immortalizze the heroic conJucI I Agents for
M' of the* French and to express OU] .. LIGGETS and NOKK1S CANDIES

:: sympathetic and friendly feeling a

BAILEY I S!' national committee' was formed t< NUFFSED
plan this: gift. This committee composed
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: of our most illustrous Americans HOTEL HILLSBORO
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has decided to raise the need
THE CLOTHIER sum for this gift from thethousanJs* g'I .
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rather from TOP 0' TOWN
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t; 205-207; Lafayette St. ,receive small contributions fron THE THOMAS COMPANY -iI iIe -

school children and college student. TII. I. _
TAMPA, FLORIDA $I ,:: and others with the hope to" make th. ; i COME IN AND SEE US FOR BASE BALL FOOT ;. -
gift truly "America's Gift. 4 BALL TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTING GOODS. "
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t j, We have ample precedent f.ir sucia ; "
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: i f ,j WOLF BROTHERS THE WHITE HOUSEOne

80S FRANKLIN ST. TilE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX TAMPA of Florida's Best Hotels .J
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"L! RATINGS GIVEN I Ii i tive and was followed by Mann for : Order Your Visiting Cards Now
CHADWICK
.t COMPANIES SOON I the affirmative. Owen was the second t OGDEN
. !speaker for the negative. The negative Commencement is not far off and you I Manager.University .
(Continued from Page Oae) i presented a principal view that!will avoid disappointment by placing I .
ri:.,{ panies as announced Wednesday was the system of voluntary arbitrationwas I order for cards now. We are
as follows: the best as it was best suited I iyour I Ii ;- ....: ......,., .,-;-
t F r Co. B .........-----....-... 87 for the American conditions.In i showing all the latest styles of euj i -".-'-" -"---= -_- "'-' --_ ""__;_;,..1'----.J': : ..
t 3: Co. D .......-.._.___...*-,-- 86 the rebuttal, Hartman :was the graving j at moderate prices. The Pl&te.J I Iij-

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. j.. Under the new system of grading" J. M. Fair was presiding officer : 1 I The
t t the battalion the marks will be posted PEPPER PRINTING CO. -I
i and the judges were: Dr. J. M. :
t daily, weekly) and monthly on two __
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R. S. -----------r.1 Basement Language Hall
+ large bulletin boards which Captain Leake, Dr. C. L. Crow Judge
; Ward is having built. !Cockerell, Dr. J. E. Turlington and The Biter Bitten. i II .
. j WON ;Dr. J. R. Fulk. He squeezed her in the dark and- :
NO SCHOOL kissed her; t II NEW LINE .OF .UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIONERY

. i' 1920 DEBATINGlATCH TRIANGULAR! i The, lightning bug is a beautiful bird. And for a moment bliss was his.I' I' LARGE ASSORTMENT OF. PENNANTS. FRESHMAN |
Excuse but I thought it waJ my
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