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Title: The Florida alligator
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Creation Date: April 2, 1920
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I.' a. KLINE TO BE DIRECTOR --

. GATORS WON tHREE IDR(. T. R. LEIGH ARRIVES TO HEAD .
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sli -SUCCEEDS. COACH A. L BUSER OF FOUR GAMES ON I DEPARTMENT CHEMISTRY HERE

J1'SER WILL REMAIN UNTIL .
END OP YEAR-RUNE MAY F. S. t W. FIRST TRIP OF YEAR'
GIRLS; SUCCEEDS
COME HERE IN MAY. HONOR MILITARY DR. J. L, )leGHER.UO .
"' BAS ACCEPTED POSITiON

DJNE FROM-NEBRASKA MAKE. HIT WITH CROSS AGAIN BATS TOMORROW WITH AT STETSON HIGH FRATERNITY IS AT EMORY.

SPRINGS.PROSPECKAREBRIGfrr. DR. LEIGH WElL
SHOW KNOWN '
u Former Illinois AT BAIRD
$;pt Player and Has -- INSTALLED HERE
Coached Many Teams in I
f Middle ; Dr. AtcCbre Baa Bee at University ;
Western School, LARGE
AND APPRECIATIVE :Taree Years ;
AU. and HM B ilt Up
DIENCE Defeated : SCABBARD AND BLADE
SAW "FANNY AND Rollins Two Gasses and Lost HAS De9arta esiL
W. G.. Kline, former halt back and THE SERVANT PBbBu w' One to Stetson. But Plaa to GRANTED CHAPTER UNIVERSITY I -"

1 Uskle of Illiaoia, and coach of many Make Up TDIII n'oW. LOCAL MILITARY CLUB Dr. T. 1:. Leigh, formerly professor

champion. athletic teams of. the mid-t, "Fanny_and the Servant Problem" of chemistry at Georgetown, College
pe west wHl.succeed A. L. user"a3 made a >!Je hit.> the Baird.TJieatre Florida's first series with other I i I Captain H. C. Rabin, United States Georgetown,. Ky., arrived here- Tuesday f
j1b1.director here, according last Saturday Florida teams Field Artillery installed a chapter to take
to night, when the. .girls and incidentally the: chugeof' the Department i
: a announcement made by the-'facuHy trot' Tallahassee proved*"first.classl(Urst trip of the season came off In of the Scabbard and Bade, a national of Chemistry at the University in the

committee on athletics Tuesday.. The actresses. The large of I good style, and the"Gators got the honorary; military fraternity at the place of Dr. J. L. McGhee, who has

aew coach will probably' come. here in 'University men and Gaiaesville resi break on the opponents in four pret- University Tuesday night. The chapter resigned a? head of the department! to .
Xf to meet the football men but dents who. attended the show agreed ty games. A little lack of teamwork accept a position at Emory-College.
wit' not move here with his family that it was one of the best if not due to the 'short 'time that 'practice formerly known aa* the Scroll Regarding Dr.Leigh th?Lexington

-ofctil September in time to start thGators a the best amateur production ever put has been going' o., marred the success I and Saber, ia composed of fourteen Herald says: -

for the football season. on in this city.Although a bit but .the fine style that the j(r active members /awf two honorary "Doctor Leigh came to Georgetownthree

Coach. Buser has resigned aa AthTHJc the first act started off a boys took, was up to expectations.The .members[, and will be known .as ,years .a/ro.. Since inz..Jae.

3 Director at the University, but little alow, things began to pick up, acountof the trip follows: i Compaay H,. Second Regimeat. has given a great"stimulus to the

tic reigmatioa' will not take -effect and the audience was soon wondering Florida: 8; Rollins 3.. Installation ceremonies took place: chemistry department; 2'e. Uis executive

t til the end of this school year just what would come off next': and The batting of Madison{ and Blake i at the Law Building and later a banquet a.bilit7'aa an organizer together -
When seen last night Coach Baser many things did come in rapid succession was the 'Gators chief offensive. Lid. with hb research talents; and
did.that' ne had other plans,' but was' and all were put across in don kept the Rollins team well under j: was: held at the White House. power as an instructor have attractedthe

J act in position' to announce. them fine professional manner, including control at all times. j I. The Scabbard and Blade is an attention educational and industrial .

jet. I the masculine parts. ; .V R. H. E. honor society since only men who authorities., and within the last

Kline's athletic record stands out Those taking part in the show in- '' Florida .........._.__....-............892 : have earned commissions in universities two months. Doctor Leigh has been
prominent i in the history of the middle eluded: Misses Elizabeth Conradi,I 1 Rollins -.3; J9 5 I' are admitted, and then only 4 l invited to head the chemistry department

western schools.. As a start, he I Hele Warlow, Grace Winn, Elizabeth !i[ Eateries: Florida Liddon and through election by those who pre. I ties. besides of two Florida.leading State universi

made 44 points in the Big Ten track,. Robinson, Margaret Stanford, Leota I Hardee; Rollins, Shannon and Wilson. '! I
ceed them as members in the society.It "StttdcnU named the
Leigh Chemical
Beet during his freshman year at Carruthers. Winifred Mason- Adaj
Hhoois, and during the remainder of Knight ,Elsie Turnbull, Mary Ward j Florida 9; Rollins 1. I j jI I I was organized at the Universityof Society in honor of Doctor Leigh
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hiS course there did excellent work Davis, Mercer Gayle, Margaret I March .25-The superb pitching of Wisconsin several years ago, and when it was organized two years ago.

f ff in other athletics. He holds the degree Boyle, Dorothy Richie Claire Weimer Hartman aad the timely batting of I since has spread among the best colleges -I This society. whose membership is
of A. B. from Illinois and 4 L. Frances Ramage and Allie' McAlpine.Miss .!| his teammates gave the second game of the State until it has gained {I chosen o* honorary basis and whose

i D. from Nebraska. ; Mary Lee Nobles delighted the!. of the series to Florida. The feature recognition os oae of the leading college -|'chief object is to encourage graduate

f Coach Kline has had experience: as: audience with several vocal selections]I of the game was a long home-run into organizations in the country. study is recognized nationally, other

i oach in all forms of athletics and between the acts. I left field. by Hartman. The University of Florida local deemsit colleges and universities hvinjpeti

cl will have direct control of the athletics J JI I R. H. 1';.I a great privilege to have been. tioned for chapters.

I at the university, coaching the I + + + + + + +. + + + + j Florida .....................-.9 9 3 granted charter, which was appliedfor i I "Dr. Leigh ig president. of the

: 1 itajor j sports and directing the gymnasium + +.; Rollins .................._____.-........153 in January of this year. Lexington section of the Americaa
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Chemical Society, a member of the
work. + TRACK MEET NOTES + -
Those men who formed the local
+ + Florida 3; Stetson 4. i| American Academy for the Advance
J. I 1 ; organization. Scroll and Saber, !last:
DeLand March 26.-The 'Gators i! ment of Science member of the Se-
i, + Eligibility of H. S. Athletes. +
THE RAT LINE year, and who are still active mom
1 i I+ In order to clear up any quesI I! could not play together and lost a !t bers under the Scabbard and Blade I ciety of Science. London. Eng., and a
I close pitching duel between Liddon' member of the honorary research fraternity. .
+; + tions of eligibility track athletes + j I
To Prevent the Disorderly Manner of charter are Henry C. Warner, second
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Entering the Commons.. I and coaches may have, Profes- + I and Kicklighter on bones at iaoppor- !' lieutenant, Tampa; Walter W. Gunn,j the Sigma $I.
+ Beck makes the following in- + tune times. The hitting of Roach for j During the war Doctor Leigh
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sor second
,to the Rats:, j lieutenant, Gainesville; C. J'1
Starting Monday, April 5, at dinnertad 1 r+ terpretation of the Rules of Eligibility + Florida and Brooks for Stetson fea-! Hardee captain. Live. Oak; M. N.I served the government as a "Dollar a
I tured the : Year Man" and it is probable that he
1 supper, a line to be known as the l i+ found cn the Entry + 'i ii game. Yamcey, major Plant City; H. P. I
; chemists ia the
R. H. E. placed
Sat Line will be formed in. the walks i i+ Blank: + ? Stringfellow, captain, Gainesville. I' more young
I 1 Florida 364 chemjcal warfare service than any
.eading to the Commons from the + "No student is eligible who at is ++ : Stetson : : :::: .::::::::.::..:::-::-::452'Batteries Activemembers elected this year j| other chemist in the South.However.
'orth and east doors.A ':+ not carrying successfully include
: Florida Liddon and HarI I : 1 his greatest contribution during the
I+ least four high school subjects. + !
double file line Rats will
of only subject + dee. ; Stetson; Kickliter and Chalker. j{ J. W. Dalton captain Tampa; J. :i war was 'the Leigh smoke screea'forthe
be + A student is carrying a i
formed from the bcttom step, leading T. Clark, second lieutenant, Tampa sub-
; protection of vessels against
1+ successfully, if he has such + :,
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to each door where will j
they
re- Florida 14; Stetson 2. C. L. DeVane, second lieutenant marines. which he perfected with the
main in the order in which they 'i i + a record in the subject that he + .
ar- DeLand March 21.Florida camelback I Plant City; J. G. Clemmons, second aid of Walter Jackson and other as
.: + could be given credit on it April + ;
live until the bell i
rings. strong in the next game and lieutenant Plant City; T. D. Williams sistants.
It will be the duty of the Old Men ;..: + 17, that is, credit up to. that + !; smothered Stetson in a one-sided captain, Jacksonville; C. S. "Besides his scientific contributions

(>f the school to see that this custom + time. + f ame. Hartman dealt his hits !sparingly !! i' Thomas first lieutenant, Gainesville Doctor.Leigh: has written a series -
1* established atti that this line be + Any course giving credit is a + :
and kept what few he allowed ; H. R. DeSilva captain Pensa- i t of articles that won international
formed for dinner and for the + course within the meaning of thee + I j
supper scattered, while the 'Gators knocked cola A. Marshall, first 17 foreign
: : attention being repeated in -
J*st of the days in the history of thstitution. + above rule. + Calhoun to all corners of the lot. i Clearwater. lieutenant'I' countries reaching a circulationof
The four subjects must have + : j
+
: ini i
Alumni include
members
; R. H. E. '! upwards of forty million copies.
j jI The Old Men will gather to the(: + been carried since January 1, + : Florida ......................._.__.....14 14 4 !' Paul D. Camp, first' lieutenant til!I "Georgetown College students dedicated -

.I right' and left of the Rat Line and see + 1920. + i I Stetson .......___._........__..._.......244 ,i White Springs; J. W. Whitfield first, this )ear's annual to Doctor
Hat the Rats be kept in their proper ,i': + Dr. J. M. Chapman Has Charge + Batteries: Hartman and Hardee.i lieutenant, Tallahassee; T. M. Pal- Leigh. During his three years' stay
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place> until the bell when thRats of Declamation Contest. + Stetson CaHwen Horn Ghalker.' first
rings e : and mer. lieutenant Sanford; B. F. ] at Georgetown he has regularly
will remain standing until the The Declamation Contest will + The following made tl Whither, first lieutenant!
mn up e : Sanford;; taught Sunday school class of college -
6 6i O ld Men who are present have etteri i't:' + be held Friday, April 16, 1920, .+ trip: Byrd Roach, Blake Gray Madi-' S. A. B. Wilkinson major, Gonzalez.)! men a winch next Sunday wi'! ''
6S i d; after which the Rats will march ofat 8 p. m. Dr. J. M. Chapman + \ son. Ogilvie, Getzen, Capt. Hardee. ; Colonel E. Walker, commandant f! honor"
fi hold social -.1:1
a meeting in
S :n to their respective seats. i;1: hall charge of this eoatttt, and + +!! Manager Hartman, Liddon Die, : at the institution lat year, and Cap. ,
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The above a< before specified istake te '' _will be pleased to answer any 4> Tichnor, White and Coach PhelanUii'hill tain Bloxam A. Ward, this \eav'" CO. "B" E4DS .ATTLION .
effect MordaApril 5. questions any one may care to 4> commandant, are honorary m<-bors.

Signed by a-k rr..concerning said contest. No : 'G.4r } J! fan wl1:I joun y -A. -i 1"-j': f the ni' rt < omf, :.

THE OLD MEN :. icaj.r.j?" wul i be ecau+idered, to High Springs tefo_':i'>.... -.rcn ::,t a. con'; :fwcy for tV>, 't3 t : 1. t n t 1c'J":,'-tr,:" r

-. -.... at uv lai0renit7.; I when .f. reader depepds upon *v University nine will cross bad m r 'I, to.. ; '. : I ttahor, c.. 'B: .f
i t i['+ what t is generally known as 'cos4,.: double beads with S't tson. Tfc- :, ?Its probable fine-op-for.iW tsam*j:B. Bushnefi, captain A <'r [i... .tfotipan
She QWa't' I l+-6zfJ.e-1"ftUIing.. ', Orange and' feue jravp tV Hatter= h 3 not been .
; a&aofeMtd,tat the batwffl ; fu" tne : :ft i 1 '
Sn.:: --;B he very baahfal?" !. + x imWa of Urtks are being ;f bad m-.l'hi1g' lust Sa'j'-ia> -. a'tboafr !- .", "" ,, ..- ; ie: <. '. .. i"BV H.y K I1' .. -: : .

&cor. Ditto: Wnen. be td .. .. sseat. ..uA.a: exceptional ,track .,. {l *- -> "r:.'ay _'<1" ff 1. 'riea j';, dar- I.iIJIIIa... .'i'.j: .j.ODd., -; '. r --':.: : tL': .

1 ton t e IlleaaoasteT I be .... -JJ ':+ meet. is.. expected- "* + D T : : v \ : ;: : : r :" '. ;. j ".; : _....,;

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the University, paid the school a visit I "Monk" Edwards went home to I Phone 354. Gainesville.
Harold Klock went to Ocala 'last week. He was accompanied by J Cordele, Ga., last week for a prcd-. 'I
last week-end for a visit at his home.,'| his wife. able case of appendicitis, but it was : -.

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for his usual spring sojourn. We are! "rats" visited on the campus for a :\ Leo Wilson, Ralph Tatom,; *j
sure no wthat spring is here. |I couple days last week. E. F. Wilson, journeyed: to Cooter'S' !
"Rat" Wesson was called home last J:I LeRoy Bridges and Brit Sanders,{ Pond last Sunday in pursuit of fish. Si ,
week turned by to sickness, but has now re- i I both former students at the Univers- i It is rumored they were successful. !y:I! KNIGHT & WALL CO. :
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i. library{ $ Society on Monday ri igh t I i!' t. !
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present gave inspiring addresses "Cup of Fury" -." /
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coming "Stolen :
Debates. .. Kiss"ith Constan ff inney.]I
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baseball are urged to : : .
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portto Mr. Memo at once, to ply :I! THIS IN YOUR ROOM FOR; THEY'D COULD THL'\K TELL A FAR MORE INTERESTING STORY THAN ANY WB : r
a schedule of practice.A I I REFERENCE. |it TIME THEY OF. THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY FROM: THE
regular program will be greea I I '\ WERE CUT FRO GENUINE CALF-SKIN UNTIL TIIBY'ERE :
j!. TRIMMED
The Southern FINISHED AND SENT TO ONE OF THE
Kit Momday night including special Southern College PORTER THREE
; ]i;. STORES TO BECOME PART OF TIllS GREAT ..
i Sutherland 1RGAKIZA.
:addresses and a dabate ]I Flerida. TIOX'S t<
I
j 1 POPOGA.
4 The DA OF QUALITY. -0
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f Gamecock:
University'of Sooth .
. .: + + + + + + + + + + + ..' !j Carolina, Ofambia S. C. i .
1. + HERE AND .THERE. .+1 Maryland State Review Maryland j FOOT BLACK BROWN AND TAX LEATHERS IS LASTS THAT PIT THE $
II + fAg+ + + + + + + + '+ State College College Park}:, Md, I
.. the exchaBges we have reed -I, The. Collegiate World, Iadiaaa potiE. : 0
are: j The Oriole hews, Jaeksosvaie Fla.j:: E\'e .thirig that Men and Boys Wear .
The Furman Hornet, Fanaaa Uairersity -j Tfce Tecfcaipie, Georgia Tecfc, At-!!: .: ;
kML
Greenville S. C. | i "
one Hullabaloo, 'Tulaae University kgtThe Rofins $snds p&r. Eoffisg Col- : ,

" New Orleaas. 1{ Water Park Fk.Uahrerstty ; ( .
The Florida Fln-Wrn., Fifrrida -, ,\I .
t ate College for Wosaecl TaBakasKt -, IJIIIIiaBa has adopted idistmetiwe ff i +
I ., "\ .rL.. .nuca._ | j.1 f dn. for men of tike jaai -!: (7 l
I Rocky Moontaia: CoOegiac, Colorrdo -'I.i ior el& s, the feature of which i II the< J :

; A. M. College, Fort Caflms, CoL-: wrarmg of steel gtay eofdnrojrIB ____:: Corner .
,L\. 'The Petrel. Oeietkorpe University,,:. the pnt varieofarcj sinrtBfeeea "-e-I Bay and Laura Jacksonville, Fla. :
f Atlanta! Ga. the fasliioa so fiat. tie ,....! 0 I
; The Crimson.r "R1IYTraJuyJ-; style is a ii *' *.i. iin.rarie ; 4

t .raua College, Lexiagian, Ey.. j A.68....._6+. 4 iAbAl .be+ AAbA .
" :nr-c- el X. Sac* 1'MII. r $, Aso es:t t. jIia B the prrocessi. -: . ..+...dt'hsiSPORTING .-,
L'd Nevada Reno.Via. ; .+e aillieg Se )IO IIt system' .

,I .. t) News 1J IIiI T .!;; its --.-- 8sn eM r'fill Pitt. .... wr.reteslIy .1 S GOODS gK gffiggffiffifgnblljTI
9;
r CHrinmti. L"iie4 tD sse tile past ease 1
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The Ter Clems** College"s.c.i & De I GREEXLEAF & CROSBY CO. !:
, i The MisKssipfBaB. Cmrarsty efi plea a to.s.itais a cant edr's.spoq .j !:i
.' 1f I priiei r ,.... W rrod d lie! KODAKS j '
.. : The Cam. A f C.Dege..!LtZ7ntli el ftIIIJ' ........ g .. u.iale -.f ) ( rED FOB QUALITY
,. I lltai e.. Pa- ., .. J.e ....f CUTLERY ;!:; DIAMONDS, FINE JEWELRY, CHINAWARE
He Akbeaust.Ga BnsIa Ce8eget Ol.i1i ad .. ...... ..y pt 3 S GLASSWARE AND SILVERWARE
30 milt. lsta'atd, t. .( .d .uj 11. Kest Bay Suet.. J.siwm.... TI.rtda.
1:, t| Baird Hardware Co. ;

SOCIAL PHOGRAM F'OR TRACK MEET R'P. ; Pbo&e 7. Gainesvffle.I : i CLASS I'JXS-IUXGS-MEfJAI-'S.TlWI'JUES

.I I : .rQ7RR.rub7.r.Jb7RIZJlrJl'-b7.ZE9.rdHl..J'lILJ217.Utrl.rlJ
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W fee* :\prill.**- p- ----Sexycct..... SmcfeAaBaal Bail
' ;U tie Etar Caak.nrxrsdaj. LILIENBLU3JBfCi'CLES:: I.w 7rtItrrrzrtI.J7..rzrr.rJb7I

Aaei lids, s ... :a.-Xa a .... l' & ,. .- at
:X.: A. Euese. .

:r&s'Oab.Sxtanacj.Fria 7.. A v-Z Ifti, i p.av-Jllais ffikkaa Satiafj". Aaaavl JMI x fir a I. ?5 SOUTHERN MUSIC CO. I r;;

_' ; App :3'ia: *av aa-Ha aoc.sr & ai Iii ..... --- --- -- inK %* ADAMS STfcEETin
JAC Vlu..z, FLA
JJ trade
: yes at rdbe .
Tat Crises .... asa II J ... -., M l' Ie ... -* .. isoe in --
it is ezaer&ae w Vt!ir lafspeat weat af tke 'aIIIIII:.. HIGGIXBOtHAM BROS. !inK:
Tir 1S. A- lane iw s s+sr c--. .. 4t i.rreb p.. ... ,II Largest Stock In the .Sooth of Musical InStrings. i
:d ; I tvasis 1M we& OE jr-'jsr way to tie I'sersitj- !:.; .

,1 Asitaas .... wears -.l'.. 110; Jake. will 4 a pia.ic P- K iLI'Sli sd Cfe CEEIZSaasoK strument5, Drummer's Traps
5S
:tie S. A. 1:. Frm.q 4Ia ft-.o J" aM4.+si __ by Srt r
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Ti* MOM* .fiate '"T fi '': R-E DO OCR OLE SE OELN0INC. KO DELAY. :
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FRIDAY APRIL 2, 1920I

i PAGE FeUR. 'le': FLORIDA ALLIGATOR.

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THE FLMiA .

CHRONOGRAPH. -S.--_

'Dewey A. Dye EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Editor: i* Chief '+*, + + + + + + + ++ h. : 1 j

Goodrich Copeland Ma *ffi-g Editor THE GIRLS! 1t

: H. M. Friedlander,__Asst Man. Ed. Leslie D. Williams, Local Ed. _

; Randall Hunter Sporting Ed. Heary Fuller .:..Asst. Ath. Editor< ---- .1''':'r 1.- i
H.: R. DeStlva Contributing Ed. "Bivins Norton_Exchange Eds. 8' I Ir

' Chambers..___ Associates W. Russell King t
f : 31. M. ------ Gee, but we were !: ;\i1

: .', VJ!
! BUSINESS DEPARTMENT ..a wr wI
Glad ;/*: ifV LL I ; i
' Velma Keen .Business Manager:
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p W. W. Gunn ___ Assistant Business Manager j. % *? : Aso: of-u af-round soft drink
them. .] j/ I
To see .. ....
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" :: Jrfm H. Carter, Jr., _.___ .Circulation Manager 1 \
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28 at the postoffice at And we d'd' .JKa.. "*
;: I Entered as second class matter September 1912
;. Gainesville Fla.,under the Act of March 3d, 1879. : college
: Fellowship-in
' = Place all communications and news items in boxes designated for that The show .'r i;_f.:::.,*.... or

. .. purpose in Peabody and Language Halls. z out of it-'flourishes best
So much. 'J .g .
r t- ... with food and whole
good
Hate:The Florida Alligator $1.50 the year. .
1 They were all,good J (4 .
-- some drink.. Icecold
"
A GEM. ..
S Actresses .4 1'.. .:;: ;:- E- Bevo-unexcelled among
rt"t t
f.. Amid the erstwhile gloomy teers of musty legal lore in the Law Librarywe Except where the i::::f ... beverages inpurity and

- t find her-Mrs. Agatha Walsh, librarian, secretary to the faculty. When
; '" healthfulness-is most
r'
'r she is relieved from the grind of these arduous tasks she turns her attention Masculinestuff.. 4-r1'........ ...
satisfying' as a drink by
lovesick
, r to being the mother confessor to,a community of oftimes homesick "
t
Came in, : 1,4 -: :F
:. and discouraged law students to being the warm understanding soul around itself or a relish with

,. :Whom have been thrown the bonds of an intangible appeal an indefinable"something" And then, they s,;,\:::;L i Tko S food, that makes 'a hap

: that.eludes description.

5 Any way she is popularly known as the "Mother to the Law College" and Weren't much on JJ:"!:. pier repast.

"Godmother to the University" and with her kindness and sympathy she has F .
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second only to the warm spot Cigars. .;Z
won a place in the hearts of all who know her :

saved for a real mother at home,:or the orie! girl who waits the proud day. of ANHEUSER-BUSCH, ST.Louis
graduation.. But when it came to't 1-1\
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A bandaged finger a repaired rent in the torn shirt a button timely I Ix
. Ankle watches and _tl
:replaced these and a thousand and one other little kindnesses which ar'i' A '
.. I It must be : -
accomplished only through a zealous practice of the doctrines taught by the Loud clothes j'.;"'* .ry .of

Golden Rule are the st9pping stones over which she has trod to popularity Ice eold.

with the boys who make up the personnel of the Law College and the Universitj. Or checks and other ":._..':.., ;.
,
2E
But never does the attractiveness of the halo in which she has been A | .. .. ., ff;

placed sway in the slightest degree the deep seated wholesomeness of her Designs, including that
.
motherly nature. Still when the occasion arises she is ready to lend a helping '. 1'; ,- -" M

hand give sympathy offer reproach or appeal to the pride of"a forensic Cerise skirt. ,:_: *"*.: I ,L. "
i i
student who has lost his grip on the maxims of BlackstorJe and other pro. ...
That could .*, : :. .: '''.
.geiiitors of the law. you ; '.+.. -, if ..

'There is an irresistible attraction to the "home" type of girl. The, Hear outside the ; ."*. t.: **&

attraction of a "homey" girl is accentuated teen per cent when that rarest of ..

Iranian jewels developes into the "mother" type of woman. Just such a House S*.*( i. -. -- ----

sweet captivating personality is Mrs. Walsh. As she plies her traits of

inherent sweetness and purity to the ultimate enheartening of those with They were GOOD. :":' : l GAINESVILLE FRUIT STORE

whom she associates, and they are legion, she radiates an inspiration and Fancy Fruits and Draft Beverages. Cigars Cold Drinks and Bevo ltc
:
And we enjoyed JV i .;;
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influence that is "more precious than rubies. Thank You. Come Again.N. I

There those the varied members of the student who ."
are among ( body Having them all :-.* ,. S. TAMP AS, Manager.
Biave desired to express in terms of golden speech the real worth of the type

of women Mrs. Walsh characterizes, the thoughts of these students fluttering At the University -*.. ---- ------ ---------- ------
I ----
for expression have finally decided that the language of Thomas A: .. I

Baggs is alone capable of conveying the homage due Mrs. Walsh for her And hope\that _.r w. FORD HEADQUARTERSJ.

personification of the fine understanding and the noble idealism of true *
R. ALDERMAN Prop.
They all come Back ;
womanhood. He .
says: The
Home of the Famous
t' "l. FORD MOTOR CARS, Accessar
"Did you ever stop to consider the mission of woman, in life .*. t S .,'. ies, Supplies and Repairs.
i It is the loftiest and most inspiring of alL In'the hurly-burly of A game,1< __ ;.

making his way in the world man loses much of the high moral And the show-

}[ tone the faith, the idealism that cling to womanhood. Strive as, ,

we may men become of the earth earthly. Woman tan hold up the It was SOME show.
BEST BY TEST
light of truth and honor and high courage before us. Woman can
Shoes that wear
lift man's head out of the murk till he sees the clear-shining stars .
THE BUDGET SYSTEM UNITED SHOE STORE
) of worthy desires and, virtuous ambitions. Not a light frivolous Agents for Crossett and Educator Shoes.

p woman; not a snob; not a shallow cynic or pessimist; 'not a bluestocking The budget is up before the student

; just simple, honest, whole-hearted and healthy-bodied body now for some definite action. It
loving and lovable.." I is the issue of the day. Get wise and
\ form an opinion about it. Use good
'That Mrs. Walsh fulfills this function of womanhood in life's scheme, is THE
judgment in forming your opinion. NEW YORK RACKET
the first and'last thought of all that come in contact with her. Don't be bull-headed. Listen to rea.

-- - -- Critise but make criticism
--ii son. your Agent forFlorsheim
constructive. Keep in mind a better, I

e bigger and more progressive Florida.I Shoes
MOLNAR'S DINING ROOM -ll llt !
i! Put things on a bpsiness basis. i
We are Rats and must rememberour ---- '
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t "Around the Corner t J'J't place, but don't forget that as S

t 50 Feet Off the Square. Freshmen we have three more years Alachua County Abstract
t't here. We cannot afford to be indifferent Company
B. R. Colson
t THE BEST PLACE TO EAT-TRY IT I fore are to be affected Members of American Present.
t Association of Title Men.
Members of Florida
most. Get at the root of this thing.I
t Association of Title Men. -
I Regular Meals S t ,: Talk for or against, but be sure to i j GAINESVILLE "::
t or t'' learn something about it. Be at I j FLORIDA.
I chapel and decide this matter.
A LA CARTE II 1
,
i JAMES F. MERRIN.
------------------- March 27, 1920. ADVERTISING IN THE ALLIGATOR PAYSi ,



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.DULGGIST: Young I! OLD SHOES WANTED I ".I'' "' I r. "Classy" : :; : '

.i to
11 be repaired; first- las >shoe ... t1Uili.. ,........................................... I

.maker
*, ; reasonable' prices;. rear In Style
Do Business With t j ;
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([PHIFER STATE BANK Che snots Shoe Store\ ; repair fabric andtailoring I

: ,," ........ I I shop now open. >
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day which completely swept it off its' I Sold on basis of ;
H B.M. TENCH H I feet. From the
reports
the trip was a-gtand coming back I Quality; every suit

J shows,that a taw success. It* guaranteed to give
: be
0() Gainesville 0 sorcetin c. 1L?I asret*, but both Father.i to the University nry converted i
and cans c other than*
satisfaction
Son :clJpro\' of our Tailoring i in by an athleCc,.victo Tor 'shirt-tail? or money I
its every detailic) father Is proud I parade. back. -- I
E Florida. E' tot! a wet dressed son and '\"ice"ers The Si :- :
; ; gist of EOUNT/iris
1 We. kc thef..1'h-e matter is
.
m clothes
that please ( I
the old] that servic-js e4*NYVi Snappy
man, the middlc-ajr-d man, and the vrerc held in McIntosh i ; cr+Kwo; Young ;

S' 'ff 0..E. S. j1 young mi.n, too. Clothes for business Sunday talent and March wita: 28 a, win-i-in a-ah: University'!i! Men's\ and more conservative i
by the
cor.;social.fotcaJE&JSS,:and b our work is !
"Y"
," .' i 1,characterized by elegance, style, neatness -i! With Secretary,.Gpar-c E. White. I models for ;

+ : and'S.srTnlf finish.: Displiy'...,4 j j, and W.a D.Unh-Mahar.oah,n"ty: quartet as the pianist corn--,I W- S. DORSEY & CO. | older men. '!I

\l I posed of C. A. Pfeiffer R. K.i I Everything in Groceries j '
s Y111 Smith, M. L. Yeats and Jno. D. Me-1 i II I Hart, Schaffner & : i il

SEE f NICh: :D.1AT0 ::1 Key going at full bl.st, the effect was 1. For Goodness Sake Drink I [Marx Suits. '
l :!t1.lIormg. enough to bring back the
< .. : ; 'i, very hardest -t DORSEY'S DELIGHT COFFEE :
.I 'r Pressing and; Repairing. ), backslider to a realization of the i ;, $40 to $65 -

:for 'x j jL t... + +. :--+ :.- + + + .. ]- church's This is value.only"one of several trip '!'! .. .....'.=::: "'t:' I'i II I,I "Society Brand" I
I
'+ t planned by these fellows sFlorida :
to neigh.boring i Barber f
F L SUITS j Shopi i E
, t ,. i \'" ':t THE WELL :; the surrounding towns to show country the people that the of 4 FOR STUDENTS x Suits I
.
II ] .
OTHERS i
1 I. University .j $45 to
t 41'4 1; *; l+ ".0 is also a factor in the re West Side of Square Caines\-ilI e.: $65LEVYS
+ A ligious life of the State. ... ,
4 .. .j'f Deep Subject. + \ fifct -;s' *iJ:; SBJrS:: ,=-* fes Cw8fe3,!
+ + + + + + + + + + + +
> V"VBest '' !|:| Esther How Could You 1 1j 4 I ] :
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TAMPA\ A, .- |j i Cashier (with a groan): "Esther, I'| : '
: 'ft.. have forgotten the 'Popular Goods At"Popular' Prices f .
F .. \.1',I t combination, and I <' ;!I
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.FLORlIi.\: 1 I am in a terrible sweat over it." "j j H -AT- I! Bay and Hogan
__ I I IJ Esther "I
: forgot my combination
;!
,''i'-' ..-.. '< -too, and 4'm pretty near frozen' to!< BURKH1MSIF !:ij JACKSONVILLE FL .

., death."-Punch BowLTreasures 9
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/. Bache "I heard Pete DeSilva !
: got
; Values to be
ij,quite a lot out of his trip to the 1 THERE IS ANYTHING 1 ADAMKATZ&CO.CORRECT .
.. Student Volunteer Convention."
'
had:: -'f-"t } t." ;_ If I r--Duke: "No, not so", "-going out,I i M MO MMMMW 1 I .t:_-
t but coming back he won a cigarette I You want in the line of FancyFruit, Groceries, and Vegei -_ I CLOTHES

i. I case, a watch and $60." ; > .'
.. f tables at the Lowest Prices, Call"at the ,"
:, New Spring Suits Why The Rush I FOR Fs. F MENYBORCmVFlEL- R

: I' Fan (late arrival, out of breath): :Sanitary Fruit and Produce Company ,
arriving daily.BAILEY. -What's the score?:" Phone !
87. Gainesville: Fla.BURNETtTHEQlPTfflER. ;
Y't.. Fan: "Nothing to nothing. i ij ti :
tii
j Fan: "Good game, eh?". j i .
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_..- -- | Fan: "I don't ,know. It. hasn't!

__ ..... ,., J(i started_yet.-Sun_________Dodger.______ r 'I -. .
I "Rat" Ward left us last week for t
f I .
a couple of day$. He says the climate -I
J. W. McColIum &'Co.
J I of Jax is much superior to that }
of Gainesville. I+ DRUGGISTS"The
Rexall Store" I
Gainesville.
t ::t Paul Graham and C. P. Anderson
Agents fOr
visited Ocala last Sunday.
LIGGETS and NORMS' CANDIES
| 'Art 'Phelan, our baseball coach, i is;

: I If again back with us,. after having'j i' Y > NUFTSED --
-- spent a few'days out of town. I
r There was a casualty in school last! ; .
f THE CLOTHIER I week. Bivens cut a bad gash in his,) r j: HOTEL HILLSBOP

t face. It is reported he was trying;!! i i..i.
{ : to shave. ,
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[ 203-297 Lafayette St. .
: / TOP 0' TOWN=
!: UNIVERSITY. MEN HOLD THE THOMAS COMPANY
TAMPA FLORIDA ij! SERVICES AT McINTOSH 1 1k
II COME IXAND SEE US FOR BASE BALL FOOT -
I
The little town of Mclntosh w as'I BALL-TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTING GOODS. I t ,

.:- ; -: = M 3 I. subjected to an invasion last Sun- TAMPA, FLA. -


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

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

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

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only by the make. You know Popular *nd Classic! Sheet Music. High Grade Cn dies.

Crane's Exclusive Stationary.
;: : HART SCHAFFNER & 'MARX Clothes "
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. : Every suit guaranteed or money refunded


WOLF BROTHERS' THE WHITE HOUSEOne

sea FRANKLIN ST. THE HOME OF BART SCHAFFNER ft MARX TAMPA of Florida's Best Hotels
r
fd ; 1.I Rates from $3.50 to $5.00 per day, American Plan;
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-- Prices Marked in Every Room.
.... ;. l WELROSE HIGH SCHOOL past, as was aow beheld, was fit' for Order Year Vwitiig Cards New
I ENTERTAINS U. OF F. BOYS kings, and the fairest of the land. A S. OGDEN CHADWICK,
gr-jit contrast to their usual dining Commencement' is not far off and yoU Maaager. '
Saturday of rnooa at 4 oVclock place. Th feast went on for a ling will avoid disappointment by placing ,
' I several boys left the campus in a time, no one venturing ,to guess bow your,, order for cards now. We are .
: car and headed toward.Melrose' Arriving long.. When it became,necessary to showing- the latest styles of engraving ,.u_! ..x. -'
at their destination,,they were leave for 'other field of actioa. All at moderate prices. The,plate' ., .,
tnet by Professor' H. C. Johnson, needed assistance to arise from the is your property and.is delivered with -
E. principal of the Melrose school. table. the cards
He conducted them to the boat Mr Johnson next guided us to a PEPPER PRINTING CO. !
hading and they then enjoyed a very- pretty home where the main event TheUniversityW Store
ptoasont boat ride oa the beautiful- of the evening was ready. .S-s-sh! night was near, they bid the beautiful
lake of Santa Fe. After the boat: Yes, you have guessed it the:: hostess.. Miss Coward, goodnight
ride, came something for which all I pretty high school girls, the misses,i{I with the unanimous decision that all $aselent h anzge" Hall
had been eagerly waiting and it is I of basketball fame, were the centerof had enjoyed a very pleasant time.
said that some in the party had not attraction. Music .games and This brought to 'aa end another
aten dinner in anticipation of this songs were enjoyed throughout the perfect day and the boys left Melrose ,. NEW .LINE) OF UNIVERSITY JEWEUIT: AND 3ATIpNgtp
moment. evening. About 11 o'clock delicious with a vote of thanks to Mr. Johnsonand
. All were seated around a large cream wad cake was served. All I his friends for giving them sucha I LARGE ASSOKTJfBKT OF PEN YANT3. FRK3SHAN
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