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xth Annual Greater Florida Minstrels' at B: id Theatre Monday 1Ajht


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Q 10L'U.. UNIVERSITY 0 F FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FRIDAY APRIL 9, 1920 I S

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I ''GATORS AGAIN DEFEAT STETSON ]FLORIDA-L S. U. -.-\ PREPERATIONS BEING COMPLETED

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MAKE TRIP TO PLAY 4 COLLEGES DEBATE WILL BE FOR HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET [ ,



fiLL, MEET PALMER, HOWARD, HELD APRIL 16 ; ,' GAINESVILLE-ROTARIANS- MAKING

;ALABAMA AND TECH MINSTREL r WILL\ I BUDGET WILL BE PLANS TO CARE FOR '

ON TRIP -- PARTICIPANTS\ MEET i

OPEN AT BAIRD DESILVA AND CHAMBERS TO VOTED ON TODAY

TECH HERE[ 26 AND 27 : : REPRESENT DEBATE FLORIDA IN SPEAIUNG ON) APRIL 16 :

I THMTREAPRIL12I _
STUDENTS WILL HAVE CHANCE
Team Defeated Stetson at ; Order and Time of Events and
fsisersity High[ School: Oratorical: Contest Will ; TO ACCEPT OR REJECT AT
on Last : i Names of Officials Are j
High Springs Also be Held on Night of j jApril CHAPEL THIS MORNING I
'. Saturday. SHOW THIS YEAR WILL SURPASS Announced ,
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I ANYTHING EVER SHOWN AT \ :1 Gym Fee ....-.I ..--.$3.00 I I I _

Bj scores of ten to seven and five UNIVERSITY BEFORE I With the, Florida-Louisiana debate : T.M.C. A..3.00Intercollegiate::::::::::::: : I j\II I Preparations are fast beeosaingeompieted

'Gators walked I for the High School Track
*.. four the Florida and the High School Oratorical Con- Debatingand .
::r aver the Stetson Hatters on the High !j "Bigger and Better. Greater and 'test both coming next Friday night, Literary Societies _____ 1.0 Meet; whteh will be held here April '

:: Springs diamond Saturday afternoon I Ir j Grander" than ever before in the history -f forensic fans at the University will 1 :Minor Sports ...'....'__'.__-._ 1.30 117. Entries from twwrty-five high

in both games of the double header. !j of the University will be the j!, be given a real treat. The subject for r Movies .........._ .'u__,__,..____..__ 1JW i 1 schools of the State, including every

The first was of mediocre interest because !! Sixth Annual Florida Greater ::\lin-1 I the big debate is: Resolved; "That ;\ Lyceum ...-.,_...:......._._: LOG: J! part have been made, sod a large

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of a multitude of errors and j i strels which will put on their the coal mines of the United States Alligator = !

several "bones;" while the second performance at the Baird :Monday: I I should be owned and operated by the! SemWe ..._...____.._...._......_.__ 2JO i_are expected to accompany the con- I;

*_sod intensely: interesting_, marred i. night at 8:30.Leading Federal Government." W. W. Chambers -f Special Foad _, .-.--__._ 1.00 I teUnts. _- i

JJiVlvv. errors ar.d featured by tight ipliyipg i musicians of the University -\ and H. R. DeSilva will represent -- I Girfesvflle Rotariaas are making :
few
ty on the part of the fielders I will assist the show, and in the ,. Florida. Total .:__.__...____..,....$15.00 plant to'home the majority of the 'I 4

the i! Florida from the The Budget trip tbe voted on this j boys who will participate in the
and the steadiness of the pitchers. opening chorus will be some of 1 Chambers came to
and from the results meet, and although have been r
1 chapel, some .
morning at tl
best vocal talent in the University. i Ohio Weslyn this year, and is a member !
The batteriestere: I Control win act' taken of there Jw'I'O
The orchestra is under the direction'\ of the Sophomore class of the the Board of I care is need of more
-Stetson: Turner and the matter for coasid-! IIL.
First game of Bobby Swanson, who saw over a College of Arts and Sciences. He when taking
(Cfolker Hon and Higginbotham; year's service in an army band, and I! has debated for Ohio Weslyn and is I Ij eration. Each item will be voted on i'1| Social events centering around the

i Florida Liddon and Hardee. Florida. '\. separately. !: meet, win begin tonight with the
I\ John Icenhour, and .his original Jazz I j the right man to represent
Second game-Stetson, Kickliter I will be in this part augmented by i 1 'DeSilva is from Pensacola, "Fla., '1 Committees hav been investigating |t Theta Chi dance, and will be continued -

and Higginbotham; Florida- Hartmanand I I other prominent and talented musicians {i and is a member of the Center class \i this mateer for the past two I t through the 'Varsity dance at the

Ward., i II of the University.The 1 of Teachers' College: As a speakerhe : weeks, and at chapel .1st Friday the Gymnasium on the night of the Meet.

First Game. \ entire personnel of the troup I II is prominent on.the campus, win- matter was discussed before the en- On 'the 16th, the day before UK

,'Irijthe first game, Stetson, given the I.has not been announced, butthe end ning" &e Orirtdrfcal efrttestr "tire student'body. Reports' have been' !\hack Meet, the Declamation Contest
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Held by the Florida aggregation, made I I men will probably be Pete Harris, S. I last year and representing Peabody' in made by the committees to their wH be staged. This is as important

three scores in the first inning off a i i P. Anderson, "Ickey" Leslie, Frank.!:I the race for the faculty cup. Alter- ;, classes! the matter has been talked i i as the track meet, and it is expected

Arable and a single, and three errors, I I Spain, Jimmie Auld and Tom Kenned nate L. C. Crofton i is also well known ; over among: the members of the student i that as much interest will be shownin

and at the start showed a class that ). Leonard Boynton will be the, as a debater and is a member of the ; body generally, and it is expected I'j I this contest as in that of the fol-

many of the local backers thought wasa I Interlocutor. College of Law. that with one or two exceptions the! lowing day.

little too fast for the Florida men. ;I 1 The olio is under the direction of j ----- Items on the budget will pass. j I The list of events and the time the

Stetson led to the latter half of the Father John Conoley, and although'''\ BAND MAY GO TO wider If passed of the activity budget here will than allow has a |'1|. events is as follows:

third when Florida got three runs tying I the exact nature of this part has not i ii range The University \ The trial heats in the 100-yard
known. :
: been
before
the score at 5 to 5, off doubles by l i been announced, it is understood that | ever lackof I Ii j 220-yard, 440-yard dashes; the 120-
CITY I cramped for
: ATLANTIC has been
Ogilvie and Getzeri, singles by Roach fit j will be full of interest and amuse"ment I;: i and as the State has failed to yard high hurdles and the 220-yard

aid Byrd, and a sacrifice by Hardee. to all. Father Conoley had i money t low hurdles will be run off at 9 a.
little side items
Liddon improved as the game advanced j i charge of the entertainment of the! WITH ROTARIANS : provide to for the the rounding of an educa-neces- j I m., Saturday morning; April 17.
i sary
.---- and allowed only two other soldiers at Camp Devens. during the tion, the men realize that they must j The order of events for the afternoon

runs and three hits during the remaining i war, and has conceived an elaborate them at their t are as follows:
furnish own expense
in the t second of the .The University Band[ may go to
six innings. One run for the part (
production Finals dash at 1:30
100-yard
the Florida Ro- !' until the State is able to provide j p. m.
fourth by Baker, off Madison's double University minstrels. Atlantic City with the them. i iUNIVERSITY Finals running high jump at 1:40p.

and then in the fifth, three Floridamen j Tickets_will be on sale Saturday tarians in June when they attend | I m. .

Getzen, Hardee and Byrd, ,; at 50c, 75c, and $1,plus war tax. International Convention This of Rotary matter I TEAM ON TRIP Finals! 880-yard run at 1:50 p. m.
I held there.
i i to be
for tallies on ,a Clubs
rubber t
crossed the I
Sun- tentative Finals 220-yard dash at 2:10 p. m.
says settled only a ;
Telegram definitely ;
by : Lakeland is not
The
double by Blake, and singles harvest day at tha Ic*.hI -- \ proposition has been made, but The University team left yesterdayi i Finals running broad jump at 2:30

Hardee, Getzen end Grey.In I day Was a in that city. .The attendance i the University band men are hoping i atrip through north Florida, Ala- I p. m.
her church i
changed dist i
sixth Stetson j
the wentbe- through. bama and Georgia. I Finals one-mile at 2:30 m.
box while in the sabbath school I that the trip will come | run p.
the ,
to '
battery, Hon going Chalker to the feOO mark. Se.entyfivIlew'. 1 I Members of the band have made Palmer College at DeFuniak I Shot put at 2:40 p. m.
Turner went to left field, yond into the church State this andvhen Springs, will be the first with which .
the position \members were received big hit in the year Finals 440-yard dash at 3:10.p.. m.
first, Higginbotham to profess of fail\ to West Palm Beach j the 'Gators will cross bats on this t
went
Fennell to center by baptism ana on they j Finals pole. vault at 8:10 p. m.
behind'the and
bat i
rertiP.cate of there kept These will be playedFriday
the people trip. games
by ,
membership month ago
retired to 'and la I Finals 220-yard low hurdles 3:45.
field while Kickliter was
the
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other rhuroTies.innings playing all the time so 1J I and Saturday. Monday
the j transfer from Half-mile relay race at 4:15 p. m.
bench.
made where
did they enjoy the music : squad will go to Birmingham,
final came in the seventh 1 Every effort will be made to run
Florida's
score j allow the visitors the team will meet Howard College !
to \
to first on in order I II there. s theee events on time or as near to
when, after getting Ii train for DeLand. At Tallahassee the band made a I} for one game. Tuesday and Wednesday -l.
halls advanced to second and third to make their of I it i j with the it as possible. Contestants are urgedto
: was by far the best t tI big hit also, and the girls all want games will be played in shape for their
This the Held
by and Grey's sacrifices HarI game I Inot Tusca- ] be on
Byrd's I I i fact that it was back. University of Alabama qt,
dee scored on Liddon's two-bagger !1 the two, despite the nine innings.Hartman's I Ii to come will be a great trip for the organization loosa. The last game of the trip will particular events prior to the time it
played a full It be off. It will be impossible -
into deep center. i pitching was excellent \| if they get to go, and i, be with Georgia Tech in Atlanta on II is to ron allowances for late
make appearance
and lacked interest i world'1 1I to
.e; The game was slow .he allowed seven hits, |i f Rotarians from all over the Thursday. field.
j after the Florida representatives and while out know that we Tech will play two games! I on the
\1' six, he struck : will have a chance to I The team been
fifth, which, \against Kiekliter's i i Officials for the meet have ap-
took the lead in the the first inning regular University here. here April 26 and 27.
.while- enough to insure victory 1 nine men and opened !,! have a pointed, and professors at the University -
not great ride, one,
i was too much for the Hatters,![,by taking the Hatters to About 5,000 head of cattle knownas Moore Haven is boasting of an order i j will fill several of the important -
.. stud-
. while attempts ta "come back" ]1 I two, three. Stetson the Whidden-Smart herd, have been for 250 dozen broom received!! by: positions while University

proved futile. In the ninth Liddon :I As in .the first contest crossing: on | sold to Parker Bros., at $24 a head. the Everglades Broom and Brash Co.,'t' ents will take other positions in the
Gardiner \
the meet.
; walked three men but fast fielding by I scored first side scored There is probably 5,000 head of cattle from the Atlantic Coast Un railway., organization of
an-
Neither officials
were
Beach at second and a perfect peg Chalker's single. after which would make the purchase price'I The broom corn is raised nor Moore j i The following
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fourth
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third and in the j| that 'nounced by Coach Buser:
by Hardee. followed by a strikeout tin the half nf tinning |,,._ something like $120,000. This cattle Haven and the Times predkte .
nsr v. ( A. L. Baser.I
had passed up tJM leading i Referee and starter:
Stetson Mr. Whidden will become one of
bases, stopped a of Arcadia. this j
with two men on reaching first, with 'range is east finish Professors Cody
without i that progressive young Icity.TimesUnion. ]I Judges at :
orange industries of
have been disas- sold his handsome (
.rally which might singled I has also ''
Roach Smith and Black.
Getzen on Rogers
and .
trous. did not take her inning Madison for consideration of approximately |
Florida both of them. Roach later I grove a consists Scorers: Profesors Willoughby and
scoring
of the ninth. I' Florida tally of I $50,000. This grove have that is,I Schealy.!
third
crossed for the in large seedling i The best friend we j
; Second Game. The Gainesville men ,i of 60 acres, mostly the best man friend-loaned us a ton,' Official Announcer: Ja;k <; ldsby.
inning. This
Coach "Art" Phelan's men out- the each in the fifth and sixth. grape fruit and oranges.Nocatee-Carlstrom groveis of newspaper the other day. We call Official time keepers; Professors
scored ore
classed the Stetsonians in the second the fifth situated on the ( Six)
scored one each in I" that a friend.-Lakeland Telegram.. (Continued on Page
which Stetson
game of the double header innings. road. {
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: jT : THE WELL : Throughout night that .six months- I For Articles Drugs,,Candies Stationary, Fnnt-entf, Toilet

f + + I OH BOY!-That" six months night.,I Cards, Waterman's

; A Deep Subject.I ; + I -Penn State Froth. !I ;

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: I I The class in Agronomy had been j i It is alleged that the following! Pfn.ii m

;,11 t| discussing the old superstition of the questions were given in sa examination : -I j
,I ,' effects of the: different phases of the to J. 31. Tichnor, and the late
moon on farm operations. Later the;I i I "Fats" Wuthrich, sometime aga: ; MEAT'S FURNISHING?
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'J 4 Ir / ,. i!! to Prof.brand asked cattle: "What?" is the best time i I I 1. Explain and exemplify equiIibirium. | TAMPA, "FL4 .

t f, 1 .: ___;_,' _JS_V _". _' ___ Star student: "In the dark of the 1 f. 2. Give all the important laws,l-I
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; / r moon. j which we have gave so far.i .
.1i t i Prof' : "Xow'that depends I should i j 3. Explain electrolysis. ,1 I
; i1't' ; i: say, to! whom the cattle belonged." SANITARY BARBER .
: ; I 4. Repeat the :Sfst 260 pages,
E Satisfies the i ir I
I : \ national Prof. Black: "Give me one commercial j word for word, and draw all diagrams.j I SHOP

r 1 Mil; demand for a wholesome ) use of lamp-black.) I 5. Draw a picture of a chemical j I
Student: "Talcum powder for colored -i laboratory and name all the chemical,j FLORIDA.
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.1 pure and appetizing ladies." I uses therein. j =.
,;''f'ti ; i G. Write all the reactions ycu ----- i
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I; After that last exam in Human know and all you ever expect to know.

t :x f soda fountain or with Mechanltm, one of the students hand- 7. State just how many dates you OHO P. STALLINGS ,
: t. od the Doctor in charge the following/have had during the past month, and
.. t your meals poem: who they'vere, with. GENERAL INSURANCE

'r.1t, : Have you ever- 8. Name and explain all the I :

l' ,: f Bevo will more than' S.en teeth in the mouth of a bottle, dances you know, and have taken TAMPA, FLA..
A shoe the stair, urday night? If this -- -- --
foot of -
: : on a I so, is the only i ::::3 rFs
t : satisfy your thirst. ;love on the hands of a clock. part. in. s i iI
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.:,, I". j : Or pants on the legs of a chair? I I 3. Do you go pop-caHing on Sat-i
' I Tr Or ever j I qaesticn you need answer. PICTLEZS and PICTURE FRAifESNORAH I.
r ANHEUSERBUSCH Seen hair on the head of a river 10. Give a complete outline of your II

i t : ST. Feathers on the wings of a 'plane, moral standards and social connec' :
LOUIS
A nose on the face of a watch, tion. t I
1 Or eyes; on the head of a cane? tt
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i The Ritlgewcod Hotel ,at Daytoca' Greeting Cards'
a It must be Apropos the track meet: ]f has ben badly damaged > the
j by fire t
A maiden entered a :Meadville' car, -- _.- .
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And firmly grasped a strap, i ,
And time they hit j j charred ruins. This is one of Dayton's '
t 4 every a bump
f j best hotels and world have
; She sat on a different lap. I JACKSOrWILLESPORTING ij
;closed in two weeks for the winter sea-
The bumps grew higher the jetting -
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j son. The afternoon the hotel burned
worser, Gfinn
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100! members of the New England Hoj .
Till at last she j 7
gasped with a smile,j I
E p i "Will someone kindly tell me, please;j j j tel Men's Association were to have COMPANY /
-; F How mile'" I j! been the guests of the manager, E. P.
laps to
many a
jWoodborj.I : The supposition is, that,1 1r
-F. A. B. i! The Sportsman's Store-
j jthe r fire originated in the bakeshop:

Rat Hamilton-: The carnival and !. at the rear of the building by a de- 129 Wet Bay Str. ,:;. Pu:1e} 748Jacksonville. ,I.
circus will not be here during track j t fective wire. The less v is estimated at FaYoc'H .
meet week. {I j 150,000. ; j

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READ THE ADS IN THE ALLIGATOR Don't you hear the ocean moaning, j ji tj
i j Ever HMMUBg loft and low; j I \
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-- -- -- Stepped its undertow. j jD. Be Welcome Whether or Not You Decide to Buz
__ upon f'I"
h"i --' "' C-- ,. ,- 1 1Threatt
-' >< H. S. Porpoise.dressed

f t''I". :_Afrienoa, yon aft 1 1t nag R IJ I ,

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:i 1 Anderson: Yes I always correlate :;

a Y ,R 11 t my dress with my thoughts. If I am ; '
thinking of poetry I pot on a dress j jsuit. i "
| jI TAILOR!
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I I : If I am thinking! of riding,.$j 1 I ,-
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I wear a riding habit.I
-- I f Three: When you are taking a bath ,
} MICA II|':' your mind most be a blank II Alteration Cleaning: Pressing

I|i In Hsstory: Ws George Washingt Phone 354. Gainesville.

[? ton an honest man. I
:i :Mama: 1 dont know. They lock:
I .p aO the baaka on his birthday.
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;Some sobby spa's staff from a Co-ed}j '
TOt.'LL smoke V,' D C nc.ro tHn JathooW- ;C
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\ because it's a sv.'.:ct. n kT.owe.. foil-* the oW pe. {! There"- a plane In Northern, GreenC.J"I KNIGHT & WALL .1.
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pipe cosnoissecrs' and ham three! four. or more: W!>C Pipe land II I-
on your rack. Smoke cool one every t'rae. Then JGII- I Where there is no tea o'clock. f r; '

know what a real smoke ts. Any good dealer G ill fomafa i 1. tere a place in forthem Greei.i -;C;; DEALERS IN ALL SOKi : ,, |_
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you with several! select af>*pes i,i.... i i..; '
i Where there are no deans to-g Athletic and SporiQods 1
'' WM. DEMUTH & CO.. NEW YORK &!' shock, '! EBeyoad ;::1 m

\ WORLD'S I.ARGCST.'AKERS..OF FINE PIPES : the seas where *H tfcjijs, .;,3! TAMPA, .FLORIDA 1Kgagg

f..,'- .,-:=-: ...::....:...=.:--_ ,.---..--- Beneath freeze,those Northern Lights, .g fi.s $
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J, 12; #''1"r.\ : ; CAMPUS CLUBS 'I'+ I I an Immediately informal of Kilarney V following roses.and the plumosa.wedding- I I .... .... .. ., .... ...'. .- ..........-.--.--.-+- .... -.- -..... !


: ? + +. + + + + *4* during which reception took' place, i .4" ... :
# I the bride and groom !i : I

L :If- farr Literary Society. E were showered with congratulations V 1

? ': Interesting impromptu debateterized II and best wishes, as refreshing fruit ]i DODLM .:

J<*et the meeting of the Farr I punch was served. I I :: Ictke. +'
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fl Mr. and Mrs. .
ry society, Monday night. The Bishop left afterwards j \
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Sa.ander) debate was: Resolved; 'I fbr Tampa and other points in |I H
with a sore throat j South Florida, where,they will II

% ,greater a giraffe agony than a centi- ;I, a short bridal trip .before returning enjoy 'I I !i' '

:, jto Lake Wales,' where Tongues /
e with: corns. The affirmative 1'I side. they will re- .I II' 1 ) 'f I

s represented by W. Russell King, :Mr. : -
sted"by J- C. Matthews, who de- :i Bishop, who is a nephew of I '

INGS3ER J i ibi ia'pantomine, the suffering of f!I-csafe. Dr.lever J. C. Bishop citizen, of this city, is a I o'Our -51. ..
young
of
Lake
.- I fii The negative was de- i Wales, j
: by Bobby McKey, assisted by i[ being engaged in the hardware business j < : I

.1 .. fated}r Bower,centipede who illustrated unfortunate the suffer-a"s !;I I i I teemed.there His, where bride he was is highly reared esi in 'i I II i Could '
; so
< Sr of
- .a : this city and T'alkD. '
beloved
corns. The judges In ren&ug -:I by a 'wide cir-I! t.
Assess I j cle of friends. While
quiet and unasj
their decision extended their 4 7
the j fuming in manner, she has many f .... -'" .
Upest sympathy to giraffe. I I ,.
lovely personal characteristics and all ._ .
1 .Te solutions to ,amend the f
;w Jfree} : join in or
i I wishing her.
RID : ,.t itution were proposed and will every happiness j I
\. : in her : THEY'D
new home. TELL '
i A FAR
dad upon next Monday evening, MORE INTERESTING STORY THAN ANY WE' : t
Many beautiful COULD : :
::1Jg'GS also called to the factFriday ; wedding gifts atj j TIU K OF. THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY
++ tiot1 was : : FROM THE ,
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afternoon .the' Arts young j GENUINE CALF-SKIN UNTIL THEY ,
t'Je
j course and were much admired by the | WERE TRIMMED, FINISHED AND SENT .' -
Senate baseball team will meet TO'ONE OF THE THREE
bil assemblage of friends PORTER-STCRES I
--Gainesville 1I \. TO BECOME
,ngiDftrs on the ,University dia- News TION'S PART OF THIS GREAT ORGANIZA :
April 7. POPOGANDA
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Monday ever j ir.g current ,i .
: ELECTRIFICATION
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*ers t>f the socitey will each. -- AND CORRECTLY, ", '
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- a short story. London, April 6.-Sir Eric jGeddes, \ : t' :{

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ton pf the main line railroad Bri- "
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k of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. .
the leading mechanical '. ,' .
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trical) engineers in committee of inf!. 'Yo. .
today their youngestft i V,,' .
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vestigation. 4 .
'1ai;..& Miss Mary Langford .
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t:Jla ry, becanw the bride of Mr. ,' Siectrification.! ben tried on one : '. .
:1 80-mile gtretch of tracft: and on a 3Qr / '' +: r
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1'r.: iMo1:: Bishop; of Lake Wales. ; .
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- nuptial ceremony was performedI I : Corner Bay and Laura -
Jacksonville
castle. Optside of this district, i it i is ; Fla.
the Rev. N. B. O'Xelley! pastor,ofBaptist ,, .' : : ; :
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Jgtrst church I used only on suburban traffic.
at 1 p. m., () .' !

|t', fevtr-imp'ttRsj\'e'iejng; used.alnumber double! ring 'serv- I:;'involve The tentative supply of Government cheap electrical plans :; ... .. ..........++. -" -......,.+9 ........ ..,. ,. ... ii i".1

: of relatives and friends : power and lighting to factories and:

41 i: tie] two families gathered for the,;'homes in towns through which the :! SPORTINGGOODS'l I :
'; electrified main lines pas I I1 I Ij JEfiH iSffiinra$ $$$
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I If!, :# ally artistic taste, simple, but I i j! LOOK INTO: BATHROOM I I lie I CROSBY CO. !Ii

_-anost affective in a. color motif o'f ;;, KODAKS .1\" 5 !;
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4 vtnk, green and white. The reception I I I I : : NOTED FOR QUALITY Y;
London, did'unlaw t F:
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J April! 5.-"He CUTLERY fi DIAMONDS
. )hill; was attractive in bamboo and |!; | FINE JEWELRY CHINAWARE,
fall. listen by night under the wailwindows I
:quantities of dogwood blossoms, with ; GLASSWARE AND
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and of house i
eaves a to
a pot of exquisite Ascension lilies .. ; .U. West Bay Street. .
I just .
: Jacksonville
1;i hearken after discourse, and there i j f ifi Florida.
at the entrance. In the drawing
i after to frame slanderous tales Eird'Hardware Co. I 16
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I .room charming setting ceremony was formed took place by, j Il lord against the the nmg.. peace" of our sovereign !!, Phone 7. Gainesville.LILIENBLUM I I !: CLASS' PINS-. ] Gs-\i DALS-TnOPIlIES. !Ii
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the lavish use of wild pink azzalias i I j I rJ1 17171777171J171717r71n717171J1 !::fi
i Such is the official version"*of therieharge I Ii I, 171:7i1131 317r71r7J17r31r1
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i and pink roses, delightfully inte .
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mingled with feathery fern. 1 |;l
asparagus John Ford, who had climbed sixteen i
Stately stalks of bamboo .and. handsome I i I I:
feet up the wall of a house to peer k !: 1 .
potted ferns and palms formed -irtto- bathroom. 1 I II: ;
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'under an arch of young bamboo, from the.i 1; +*-. + + + + + + + + + + ++ .. SOUTHERN MUSIC CO. I

center of which hung a large cluster !
! :of orange blossoms tied with pink : SPORTSPLINTERS : --- -- -- ----- -- g- ADAMS STREET JACKSOXVILLE FLA.
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as they plighted their troth. :

In the gift room fragrant orange ++ (liT lutprnutlonal-TVetvii/Scrvlre.), Jfr+ IIIGGINBOTHAM BROS. !Ii l Largest Stock In !fi
the
blossoms, white roses Sand fern were .. + II South of Musical Instruments !!!

wed to advantage, in combination I firl On "to the ,
.. your way University
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Strings
E- With azalias. The ligr'-.ts: : througharat I DRINKS and GROCERIES : Drummer's Traps I
to Coach.
Cartjaell i
the
house
r were hcode-1 in pink and I V
TEk shaded tapers cat: a mellow i .Iorgantown,_ W. Va., April! 6.- ._ .J I and Sheet Music

\ "fbw:: over the pretty surroundings. Nat J.Ca rtmn, one' of the raosi ", 19; ,...

p -1Jae wedding' music: was rendered famous runners and successful! atn- : Frankie Tucker, managed, by'his sia- i Iii' !x:

-Ides. H. S. Grave.who played : Ictic; trainers this country has everproduced : ter Elizabeth, has resided. here for I ; MAIL OItJaIa 1 V SENT SAME'DAY AS K CBIED'
*, will coach Wes' Vh i niaUniversity's I" "- i
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ftI'8J appropriate: selections as the : some tune.Philadelphia. : ,
pleats arrived. Ju t prior to the ;: track team for tile corning j: 5HKf UHRHa lSlJK5Eyes ? !: :fi! $'m.fi
season. Ail6. ....: I' Sh! Yi! fl
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.*ntraece of the bridal: party, Ms W. : Redlands ,
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5. "Lar.:.; .J',.. sweetly, sang, I Love "fclues") } in Camp.Carew \ University, the University of Southern -- -. -

Yea tru;;!: ," by Carye; Jacobs-Bond.; 'I California and Washington University + .
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) c' Okla.. April t 6. The ( : .."
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: Kansas -City Blues' 1920 baseball ,, : are expected to send athletes I i

'ROaJIed..80 the! approach of the bride i I squad:: is in training here under the ;II :'here from the Pacific Coast for the annual ,
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entered with the bridegroomaid j 0
watchful Alexander .GI---
of Manager
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was presented:; bher maid of !; McCarthy.eye McCarthy hopes to have': Penn relay games to be held ii I Tested. 9 .

honor Miss :Martha Ti:>on. April 31 to May 1. More than 300< ] Fitter.
o ev-i :y prayer in tip-top form when '
The bride was most beccrn'ncrly ,; schools and college have already entered 4I
the u1 rsr ? 'uncs! for the opening of i: '-
gowned in tailored suit of blue tri- I "
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teams individuals.
1 :> .'cotine, with; dainty: bloyse! and chic the American Asoseiation season. or ..!t WE. Ip.OUR OWN LENS GRINDING. NO DELAY. :

bat' to ha'nionize.! ;: S'.tt carried an'4 Boxing in Tulsa. -
has
Tampa now an.OveraU C.
l'-" .Clubjand 'j I H. c OLE.S.SON'
t ,. ann !/ouqut of br'roses; sh.)w- I Tulsa, CI;!a., April: C.-Owinir to St. Auusfine saysshe; has faHsnj I A ;
; t :, Bred wth? valley lili: J j th" j-'j>-lv:1! of boxing! hero. Tuba bids: Jewelers and Opticiarts. V Gainesville

1 '. Mist Ti-* Louie! the:: Slcc... i ur u>auyborers. > :in hi11It'1' clubv: : gear zed Florida.. 4

1 ere", nv-t>')r. bonded in conventional r Bobby Burns, bantamweIght among the men of trio Florida East]i ........... ..... 1

'- I.i i d?' .40 :r .. 1 h-"in! with beads: i is ti move her from St. Paul.:: Bat-- Coast railway. i 7
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{: r 'Ijr# hat u r .'tor,- creaOI1 to t:' g"1 !ce.. ,(" r""i 's i- l'. Lu --fi --

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t EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT I DECRIED IN OLD t E+ ,

, ._ Dewey A. Dye ..........-L_ Editor in Chief !f "Around the Corner" ;

Goodrich Copeland, Managing Editor 50 Feet Off the Square. f I
7' H. M y Friedlander,._.Asst. Man. Ed. Leslie J). Williams, Local Ed. I LONDONI f It f :. '

t Randall Hunter, Sporting Ed. Henry Fuller, -Asst. Ath. Editor I : THE BEST PLACE TO EAT-TRY IT !
! H. R. DeSilva, >.._ Contributing Ed. "Bivins & NortonV .E hange Eds. I I II :il ., '

r !I. H. Chambers.__..._-Associates..._._._.._._W. Russell King I April 5.-""Lounge I I ::u;::;'-: Regular Meals I It
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BUSINESS DEPARTMENT
, .j cans for "paid dancing men"are i > I :'

J. Velma Keen, ._._....._h_..__.__....___.._. ..,__:.__ Business Manager II IIj becoming abundant in London. The JI JII I ALA CARTE II In I

W. W. Gunn, ju.......__..._._.____ Assistant Business Manager I I sleek, well-dressed dancing man, with i!! _______ --------_- fc"4 :
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John H. Carter, Jr., .__-_._ _Circulation :Manager I This I saponaceous, unctuous, suave i 1---------- ---- --- -- -- --- --- ---

--- manner, is an inevitable product of I men of the present day so thai there disapproval of His plan to keep
Entered as second class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at
the dancing craze. He may be foundin J must not be such numbers of anthinkj earth populated.
Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1873.
any of the dancing places, in nightclubs But thirteen years ago "It does not seem to have
t Place all communications and news items in boxes Designated for that I' or loitering about fashionable j ing ones now. us that it would be more effective struet
Paul was the type of most young, IIi
; in Peabody and Language Halls. .
f purpose hotels. j i sensible to try and enable
There is also another product of the i clean Englishmen. I used often to f i emotion, and fall in with God's physicjj
meal
I.FI. Rate:-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year.: "jazz mania"-the girl who is asked I l wonder what such beings could be-', ing to the highest. ,

> -- everywhere because she dances well. i come if awakened by a great love, anj !: "Our whole attitude is an implied

h l. A HIGH CIIOOL AQUATIC MEET. Some of these girls have not even J inspired by a woman of mind and i reproach-one might almost saps .

>, I good looks td recommend them, and |i j temperament ;! the good taste and sense of propriety
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.i 'they are obviously 'out of place in ; -of God.
. : ; On May first Rollins Cfcltege late' conduct a Water Meet to which all I the. clubs and hotels where dancing is i:#,I "In Latin countries there have been i iI r i ..

' It' the school of offered and conducted. However; they are taken I countless cases of supreme passionate I| NEITHER PROSPECTIVE HUS-
f high the State are invited. Suitable prizes are { loves, which have made history-but t
everywhere by hopelessly jazz-mad BAND PLEASES
: present indications! are any gauge to the future it will be a gala occasion I in England this is very rare. I was j DETROIT MISS
j young men because, as the Americans --
r.i for t}!,: high school l boys and girls of the ** onweslth. Editorially the I "shake light and fantastic I going to say I could remember not
i say, they a :
I i Vancouver, Wash., April 5. After
: a single eaae. I used to wonder if it -
Rollins Sandspur sa>s the concerning the meet: hoof."
following f was because Englishmen were naturally traveling from Detroit, Mich., to Ka-
f "In the land of flowers, (and Ponce de Leon should have ,added Calces), In London one con see ov,:=erdressedI cold, or because English women lama and Vancouver, Wash., to
murji
-, nourished: by the luxuriance bf a warm climate, no sport can be indulgedin !f by women footmen being outside helped the from dancing their places cars i I|" were not*capable of inspiring those j jI i Edward Dedcext, of the former phee,

p with more keen' enjoyment than that of the'water. And Rollins being I j preparatory to an afternoon or night great passions. or John Sullivan, of this city, Mo
I : "And the vision of Three !
' } located on beautiful Lake Virginia, one of a chain of Florida's finest lakes, session with their pet dances. finally I i Mabel Lewaodowski; lit -years old,
I I Weeks' came to me suddenly in the j BO
is fitted by nature for all that the imagination can wish along the line of There are countless eases of blackmail -,/ turner looked at Soflhan, on alighting .
/ i( autumn of 1906, and I retired to the j jI
f. going in London, of which the:
aquatics. v i| on I pavilion of my garden where I rice from the train than :he burst u.
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|! public hears word, and most !
never a i to tears.
; to write in those and
I "In the North where Rollins is known, it is known for its aquatics. of the culprits are the young "dan- days began. I
] "It seemed as though come spirit So
dissapointed with both
In Florida this is also true to some extent, but not to the extent to whichIt I cing dandies" of the town with an occasional *, pcosp from beyond was guiding me. I wrote husbands was the .
should be< known. The youth of good family who is I young body
University of Florida has it's annual State High breathlessly for hours and hours on that she left for her home in the East
School Track Meet which has grown to be a vital part of the athletics of I trying to keep up the pace in the i end." Again. Miss Lewandowski said sic
clubs with i
smart dancing a
youngI
secondary schools, and Rollins, in.it's desire supplement* the work of the I! lady who dances well. j j She then turns to the popular attitude -I had corresponded with both Sofirraij

State institutions proposes to have an annual high school water meet,!i The dancing be found toward her works and speaking i and Deekert through the medium i f
pest may I of the Slav heroine "Three Weeks matrimonial
I'a agency.
where the champions of the'Gulf of Mexico may compete with those of the j in many of the dancing clubs in Lon- \I
Atlantic Ocean, and Lake Okeechobee's best may meet experts from the \, don. He is- usually with rather old writes: .' By a chance of fate both men MR
"The reason she has been 1
condemned -i together the depot t here
> when tie.I
St. John's River. No State in the Union offers natural women who are bedecked with jew- ,
more advantageswhich |i is because- England and i ii I girl arrived. Neither man looked
els. He be distinguished the
are being so rapidly developed, and it is felt that Rollins in stimulating easy way can in which he dances by about*I[i America we have tried always to:, good to her. Every time she took a

this most helpful of athletics, can do a greatthing for the young j his partner generally taking two j eliminate the red out of the spectural i I look at Mr. Sullivan she started ta. ,

men and women of the State of Florida." s j jInquiries' steps to her one. Passion and anything to do with the I I weep. Deckert was moved to pity fir
: physical must always be ignored and J: the girl and provided for her immediate
concerning this contest should be directed to the Athletic Director j Women who have hail unpleasant 'taboo.' Our whole attitude in these'': return to Detroit.

care cf Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida.MILLER'S. ; experiences with these pests gener- countries is an unconscious thing:<
ally "tell the same story. "The poor of God's scheme of things-a tacit i 1 READ THE FLORIDA ..ALLIGATOR
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and how th'war left his old'r
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In the Grand Magazine she defends'' R ALDERMAN. Prop. i

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I L. C. SMITH because, generally, the Englishman is ,6r

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I has moved to South Side of Squire, four doors from McCollum's Drug I r' passion. :( _

t St:re. New Spring Shoes coming in every day..' See the line before The churning of souls in the ,
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E SOS FRANKLIN ST. THE HOME OF HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX TAMPA .
f ; One of Florida's Best Hotels
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PREPARATION'S BEING COM : talk about the University of Florida Order Your Visiting Cards Now ,
t Sf PLKTK1) FOtt TRACK MEET I until I want to see it with my own \ S. OGDEN CHAD\ 'iCi:,
; """ ---- I I eyes."The Gainesville man remarked: I Commencement is not far off and you I Manager.
I (Continued from Page One) "Yes, sir, at your service!" He then will avoid disappointment by placing I I'ii
t Heck Riley and Graham. directed the !i '
I wayfarer to Universityavenue j! your order for cards now. We are
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J J Official field judge: "Y" Secretary and pointed out the westerly!| showing all the latest styles of cn-
I Cenrge White.Assistant direction" to him, telling the driver to i graving at moderate prices. The plate :=
f field judges: Yancey, keep straight out until he came to the I! is your property and is delivered with :i F"' ZlfZZ -........_.---=----..-.-..;..--..""' -- ----...,---------t"..-..-.. -':!_-.. .-. ....
i. AVarner" and Soles. University, then take the first road to| the cards. j *
the left, together with the informa- 1
' PEPPER PRINTING CO. 1 ii.
Bivins Bush- i
Inspectors of course; ,
f ell Terry, J. ,Gunn. tion that he could motor all throughthe i.
college grounds if he 'wished to The University Book Store I
1 r, KChief Marshal Paul Baker. do so.YOUNG. E) only reply" as she was led away to I
Assistant marshals: W..McKey. C. [ "sober up. .
1. PeVan. demons, Barwick, Redman t I T Basement Language Hall
and Maine: WOMAN AND TURKISH .J|i I SPECIMENS OF FLYING j
Clerk of course: W. W. CIGARETTES, HOLD UP TRAFFIC.' REPTILES FOUND IN KANSAS t
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""R{awwhn tilT International.** ser' *ke.lt i iI ji Lawrence, Mass.. April 6.-Speci- I' EW' LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIONERY
t i Kansas City, Kan., April 6. A'
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Steward mens largest flying reptiles of
$ : Copvland. I LARGE ASSORTMENT PENNANTS
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young woman and a Turkish cigarette the Kansas world some five million I '
A. visitor to Gainesville yesterday, held up street car traffic on ttfc ,I i years ago, were dug up recently in the $ CAPS, ETC.
sound from up country torts in I Fifth street line for 15 minutes the!i I fossil beds of the State by Handel T. I',
'South Florida, just before leavingGainesville other night. It all happened when l t![ Martin curator of the Kansas Uni-!I;,
asked a prominent bush I 'I versity. !,
she sat on the car track and endeavored 5 5i
"S' nuna ta direct him to Ocala. And j to light the "fog," Amid the!i The bird-reptile bs been given the i 1 i i j, EV'rYthin'g For The Students
iast before the Gainesville man had) protests of an angry motorman she: name of pteranondon by scientists.I'i :
gad time to start directing the route: i They describe it having
j blandly asked for a match to light as a wing I''
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> Ocala the visitor said: "I don't want J a second "pilL" i j[ spread of from IS to 20 feet small .
to know any other route than that t; "Then came t policeman who removed -! body, slender hind feet and stump '
\.DCt that leads' by your State University ; her to police headquarters. j i tail. ;,i ;:
That.X'titmst institution is "You're stewed," remarked\ the :
knots away up :'North in the city in booking clerk. 'I SAME SWISS COUPLE ::1 'f:

vrtxwb I reside I have heard so much,: "You tell 'em, I stutter," was her i t DIVORCED THREE TIMES .
: I Gainesville Furniture Co. ,-.
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Geneva, April 6. A young Swiss
: couple named Lerfcner, of Zurich' .
have created a new kind of matri- r
: monial record. They were both aged {if
4 .I.I'I .IS I ,: twenty when they married about six;. D. R COX Proprietor. !reftsl t.ifiCl t.
They divorced within
years ajro. were -
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a year, but fell in love again and -
marriage followed with another divorce
after fourteen months. Once ,

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'! The couple belong to rich families 4. DO BUSINESS WITH UtW
and have no children. Joking friends ,
frequently ask them "Are THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANKThe '40,
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S or divorced just now?**
It should be added that divorce in !I New Million Dollar Bask: Resources Orer $2,000,000. :;
Switzerland": :: is much quicker and far f Xec
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less expensive than in America. A
couple must personally appear beforea
magistrate, who attempts a reconciliation. -i
S If this fails they are sent*+
before a judicial tribunal where, if The Alachua] Restaurant'and Lunch Room
the couple agree to a divorce and refuse -: 'D(
intervention, a decree nisi isj!
immediately!' pronounced and they are I FOR LADIES A.\D GBNTLBMENHalf "
DR.NK free to marry after leaving the court' :

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'. ** E ag* College is making iaTeS% catkits at;
4. Her ansvwr is "*Gr>;aen Rivtr* to which end a patriotic eiti *n I'1 D\ .t DLE IS THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER FOR THEUNIVERSITY 41(;;
-':hy I: $-;.:: .: $ t.1'Siro rowteered to get dnrak once week I OF ..ORID.\. nEb
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J he deer thisIkiakirg DORAN BICYCLE SHOP F3W <" ,

At .tt ,rda faowtsys and in hottKS. jor stout aa ala aty stuaaack : thtl'
+rnsca tW drawfcg g' t wse for ,fearrhours I FOR BICYCLED" )10roRC1C.ES.'OUES i
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