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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: April 16, 1920
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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. It HIGH SCHOOL I PRINCIPALS. OF I HIGHSCHOOLDECLAMATIONCONTEST .-. :',4

:::: S3e' TRACK MEET. HIGH SCHOOLS IN I AND I.I I.
- LOUISIANA DEBATE '
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SCHOOLS WILL SEND ,
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1 i NUMBER OP PARTICfjp&NTS HI STREL STATEMEEHNGCONFERENCE --- --- J
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r.STARTSAT2P.E Rotarians-..--, Have SHOWJIONDAY\ TONIGHT MATION-WITH CONTEST.DECLA- WINS IN GYMNASIUM I 'AT 7:30: ::.1 f.:; .i :


Made TURN AWAY CROWD Principals of high schools in the -
for Housing Men Who BUT WILL Florida-Louisiana ,: !
State Debate Will I
U State f
ErE A T PERFORMANCE are holding a convention here.
Be Here. ; **
Wfll
Follow the High School '
THIS AFTERNOON'AJ'. The. meeting began yesterday and Contest. i.. i-
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dons are complete 'for the t 3 O'CLOCK. will: be concluded tonight with the Luck "- 'iI.;'.

'enna1 State High School I' high school declamation, team The *- i.
E contest.Leading High School Declamation col J
Over ;?
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1Me t, which will lie held ihundred persons ,
on tvrncd were' high school principals in the win test to be held in connection with the; .
gField tomorrow afternoon away from the Baird
Theatre .
State are en the The Track Meet, will take I'
at 2 o'clock Monday j program. program playing place ia;;the,, .
and indica- night
when the .Florida t
i! follows: will University Gymnasium at 7:30 t -... 1
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are that it will be the largest Greater Minstrels 1
opened its' sixth ,,
Rik held here. One hundredtsityfive I I THURSDAY, APRIL 15. In night. Immediately after the contest J
season. Aa such
contestants will take ,! a large number of High School Auditorium. out the Florida-Louisiana State de t ;

..tTft&meet, and 21 high schools persons were unable to see the show, 8:00 p.: m. Music by the Universityband. what bate will be held. Five entries have: l f

beeresented. A large crowd the manaement will put on a matinee' Address by Professor Harry son.the : been received for the High School deciamation -'' t .

se Spectators have already arrived in this afternoon at 3 o'clock. This Clark, University of Tennessee. meet, and much interest has ; :r ,

TenJIe,and more are expected r totejtomorrow. will be for those who were. unable to and
i get seats i Auditorium addition to,the forensic followers 'who ,
Monday night, and for the Peabody KalL ture of '
giants in the meet are directJlhletk are locking forward to the debaf ., =I
IY33 [ visitors who are here for the Meet. 9:00 a. m. 1. Meeting called to order !
Director A. L. Bu'ser, The Louisiana debate has -' -
been
With the exception the t by W. S. Cawthon, State High zen }
of custom-
aeet in the Gymnasium at $:30 School Inspector. sun planned for several months, and,debat.ng .
morning, to receive their'sand. ary first night drag, the shaw went In : circles at the University have '

I. to receive final instrucrGgarding off' excellently, and made"a decided' 2. Organization. Florida been looking forward to the meeting,

the meet. hit. From the opening chorus of the: 3. "Physical Fitness as an Objec- cellent with great pleasure. The subject to

j Aging cup has been given by '' range and Blue to the finale "tive in' High School Education be debated tonight is, Resolved: "That I
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grand 1
'and Wall, of Tampa, for the : Principal R. M. Sealey, the coal mines of the United States_ .
"Who Discovered Dixie i iI Tallahassee.
making the greatest number of ,' every of the should be ,owned and operated by the I
for three consecutive years, and ,I minstrel man did his work in a professional i'I Discussion; led by Principal W out 13 Federal Government.) The debaters '

pfor the relay event winners, I manner. J D. Wilsen Seabreeze. in the contest are all oldhands at the, :It
I i a edals for each event are on dis- After the opening chorus, selections :I 4. "The Regulation of High School ida. game, and a lively time is promised.c '1
J at in rendered the end and I j- Athletics Principal P. H. Hen- I Tfie subjects for the High School
| the stor'df J. F. Burnett, by men I Hard
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= -'' e. Awards of prizes will be circle men brough much applause, sley, Ocala.'Discussion I for the Contest have not been announced; as Y
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5e before the dance in the gymna- and several encores were necessary,j t led by Principal F. W. jn B :. each participant; selects his own dec.,

m Saturday night, and winners are [ before the audience was willing to I Buchhplz, Gainesville. cne lamation. The entries for the contestare
""" to be there at 8:30 in order let the show proceed. r | 5. "The Sciences in our High School [ the ; Moses Guyton, Marianna; W.

dieno delay I Harris, Leslie, Kennedy and Win- -Subject Matter Equipment, [ errors Perry, Daytona Silas Glickstein, Dut I
lark! high school at Jacksonville ningham, end men, made hits with j Methods! and Preparation of The val, Jacksonville; Rudolph Cosens, Ft

Incite three-year cup last year, and their selections, and Auld and Anderson | Teachers' ," Principal A. II. Fill for Pierce; Edwin Brengle, Hillsboro,'

Infamy team is entered from that brought down the house with a !l ers, Kissimmee. for Tampa. .

.iieel this year. ,However, other ["blackfaceduet.. The ballad singers,j Discussion. G{> No admission will be charged for y: /
I idoolsin the State are out after the McKey, Smith-'and Tiller,..were- well ( 2:00 p. m. 1. "Extra; Classroom Activities ij nne. -the high school contest, but 75 cent-* ;'t,

a and indications are that Duval received. Frank Spain, as Admiral of the High School," Prin. I 27. will be charged for the debate. ; /or! : ', t ',,-"
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'ill have a hard pull for this prize. Pusilanimus, made a big hit duringthe I' ., cipal C. S. Ogilvie, Sanford. j those who do not have tickets admit-
[!inter Haven high school and Du- opening chorus. Discussion led by Principal Geo. &le at ting! them to the other debates.: Tick '

n I high have the largest number of Bivina scored success in his oration W. Marks, New Smyrna. ets purchased for this debate .viUboi
"=' olio '\- 2. "Uniform High School Records" good for the inter-society debases( .
fix
the
aeaentered, 13 each, and Leesburg is at the beginning of n *: E'
r ] wend'with 12 men. Other schools en "Politicks.! Boynton andsSpain: ., Prjncipal 'C.' I. Hollingsworth, nals of which will be held within tl e-'., '

irejjKPalatka; Marianna, Ocala, Talla5ee proved amusing with their sketch Lake City.Discussion.. tickets i"i next month. ; ,- ft

,' ,Quincy VeTO; Daytona, Orlando -I[and were followed by "The Prickly Others Essay in the meet contest bavi. !
Mayo, Head Quartette composed ofSte- "Supervision by the High School b "received from schools at Dungy; [
:Trenton, Ft. Pierce Tampa, i games .f
1 It ILauderdale, Waldo, Gainesville t I Key, Smith, Swanson and Tiller who Principal, of (a) The Elementary i nellon, Jacksonville, Daytona, and .

ley ,West, Eau Gallic and Dunellon. yore advertised as "only coming out School, (b) **,The High Key West. = : "- f
z f.; ,I en warm occasions." Kinsman startled School," Principal J. F. Eastham, i With W,. W. Chambers and !!{%.*

i: COMPLETE FILE the spectators a: an oriental Uaytona. I. DeSilva representing Florida -, $** ,
- : r dancer and put ,.ac-.oss the jdance'in I ,Discussion; led by Principal V prospects lobk bright for a 'Gattr; I
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| true professional style "*", '. Fuguitt,.Tarpon Springs. \ictory. '.*?< 1
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j ii.OLD SEMINOLES' Instrumental selections, by the i 4. "Pro er Vocational Guidance in TAF Chambers came to Florida from the :
; I'mandolin sextett," composed of Auld,L t Florida High Schools" Principal Ohio W6slyn this year, curd i. a metnber o} e '!'

KI DONATED BY FORMER STUDENTS I and Duncan, and the Saxaphone: quart Discussion led by Puncipal J. M. College of Arts and Sciences. Hf, t

j / AND PEPPER PRINT- |I I tte, composed of Ames Gregory, Feagle Dunnellon. has debated for Ohio Wwrfyn and l|
'AND WILL BE Alderman and "Grape Juice" McKil-- 5. "English in the High School," the right man to represent Florida : :. i
iiING co.
I Joy, -were pleasing: and well 1'eecivedtc Principal L. R. Sims, Bonifay.: DeSilva is from Pensacalp, Flan,.
: KEPT IN LIBRARY.- I r The final sketch of this character was' 6. _"Responsibility for the Low Sal- i and i* a member of the Center,.,clam\ !:: t
i i j' put CTI by'Kloclc and Christiance, whprese : aries of High School tea -'hers," [ nearly ] ; <>f' Teachers' College.. \ AA"' a .peaktr _,

: The Alumni Association of the Uni-j.. .t"d t a snging and dancing i act;'" Principal J. H. Workman Miami. when he is 'prominent on the; .mp,1 winning -;;

!rstiy has at last secured a full setof'the with Christiance, as the vamp.. i f.., Discussion led by Principal W. T. turn, \ in .the -QmtorfcaT:contest'at ,
: Back copies have i I Tiller DaFoniak Peabody (L- ..
, ;; Seminoles. j Aa a grand finale a plantation Springs. The : year and repreenig i ,
. I! peen; dsnated: 'by various alumni and]|I s f'n:1S given: and Southern.melo- High. School Auditorium. the race for the faefelty o4I11t. Mai' A x


J i EAIsoni: : Association with the under-': and the .quartet, .with a buck-wing. : aspices of Sixzth. 'Annual-. best- -s debaters andaw members af '
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fstanding that credit is to be given the (;i I dates by Harris. > ": High School meet. College of Law. : .' .

I pSjpr and a copy is to be filed perma-j I\\t The orchestra, composed of men ami the Louisiana men will be .J. B,
i iI ;aently; in the University of Florida liIrary ]I f rrm, the) University Jazz jand the t. The Palmetto News says: "Pros. turned tfachmart and R. N. Bauer, -w fc .J.r

I J : and is to leave the library only I ban< directed f by Swanson and Ices I pects are that the Palmetto sectionis factory> S. Patton as alternate. t )- ,

l ?order of the secretary of the Alum-. hour, did splendid work throughout. i going too have one of the biggest, Mr. Nachman is a senior far Law.
4 'Association. tie perforlrance. 1: and best tomato seasons in its history the School, graduate. of Bo tin, Alexandria ::

S ? -- Secretary O'Byrne-of the Alumni I If I In cluing. tVe entire company I II this Spring. A larger.aCreage campus a, La., High School, -' as In--'The Gol-; -
Association reports that he has just j I sane. "Who Discovered Dixie." than usual is planted to this luscious lege of Arts and Seiencea, L.S.U.. .
"completed his file of Seminoles and I The production willpoto Jacksonville vegetable, and the crop is looking fine. Lures to 1916-17 Law School, 191J"20.._ He,=
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ItSey have all been duly deposited and: I for matinee and night perform The tomatoes are mostly well shaped except presented his alma mater in'L E.U. -

I:Recorded in the University of Florida ances. May 1. ,and will run to fancies. 'this Heorgit debate at_ Baton-Rougs: April -
:liJuaryOn the Ir.side of the front I "From present indications, and if 1918. He is a,number of Tau Kappa err

f cover of,each copy has been pasted 913-Pepper Printing Co., Gaines weather conditions continue good, the groups, Aloha and Delta Kappa Alpha fra

F fr the following notice: ,: vila.! Fla.- .. I- season's shipments will total one thou the ternities. '- '=
L DONATED TO' 1914-O ,E. Williams, Lakeland, sand cars. These will mean a great cording R. N. Bauer is a senior in Law

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Fla. deal to the truckers in a financial most School, graduate of Patterson, Louis- ,
ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONBY 1915-Pepper Printing, Co., Gainesville way, as prices are expected to be lana. High School, was in the/College' p k
Fla especially good this year. If the neces- women of Arts and Sciences, L. S.-"U.. 1916;' / I

-'---,_..._... .__._---.u_.. ....................... 1916-Pepper Printing Co.*:.Gainesville sary cars for handling the_ crops K E. 17. Law Department, ,.1917-20,--=He-', = "
,be there is doubt that member of Zeta Tau and Delta .
(name of donor) Fla. can gotten no aging is a :
"-. 'kla book is to.' be deposited -per- 1917--Pepper Printing Co., Gaines the truckers will be happy and satisfied i Tampa, Kappa AI1 fraternities. S I
,- with this year's' tomato returns.7 J. S. Patton. the alternate; is a = 'g 1
... entJ..y In the University Florida: ville. F a.. i staff
*IAbrary. 1918Professor" :Fulk- Gainesville; ,. Sophomore in the College of Arts and .

#:.iiJ4e) beck copies of the Seminole Fla. The Plant Cit; Coumer reports one ants Sciences. He, was winner of Gang _

'?fit ontn'& ted by the following: 1919-Pepper Printing ,Co., Gainesville : of the hardest ains of the season on ginning Oratorical Medal,' (local contest), _

>. $--Ra 'L. Thompson Gaines- Fla. >r Monday afternoon, the' rain was continuous ment February, 1920, and winner of' Louisy: '-. :a _
.... .... The Alumni Association and. the librarian for about an.hour. The. storm work. ". iana_In\er-Cclleg1ate Peace Contest i. i }
,- p') 'ohnson, Iissimmee.Fla.Gainesville. Join in extending th ir-thanks sowers were not 3deq at ".to' carry If March 19, 1020. He-Is a membef>fju '

OTJyrne, / to those*wbo have .donated these':voU: away the water and it: reached the to have Ma Sigma Rho,a local Historical fr* ;:..I.,ilC.

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I THE FLORIDA .1LLK STOR. FRIDAY APRIL 16, l320
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iii ;: TIME AND ORDER OF HKHSCHOOLATEETES ; 'time: 3 tec.'Onemile For Drugs ,
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run-Stevens, Jackson. Stationary, To l lI
time 5 7 SCHEDULE I Articles Candies, Souvenir I .
OF EVENTSOFFICIALS AND ; ; jnin., ;3-S MC.Halfmile
t 1' relay \au.-3rckirriBe..' Cards.Vaterman'a jrenS.t '
\ s hpol; time,I min...'0 sec.i I ,
RolKns at Gainesrille. ---
NAMED October 9- -
In order to clear up, any questions.of u =
I eligibility track athletes and coach 4 .' .' . ... October X&=-Newberry .Oolleire' -DICK REID

The alder ttad"Usfte"of ettn1a for res may have,.,Professor Beck makes .. Gainesville. '

a the Meet are AS follows the fallowing interpretation of the : THE WELL : October Southern. .,at. Gaines-'" -: I MEN'S F RNISHINGS!

; $ ; Thetrial beats in the l<)X>-}\.-d.! Rules of Eligibility found on the Entry ville. TAMPA, FLA.

"Ift;, i Y 'ISO-yard, 440-yard dashes; the 120- Blank: A Deep Subject October V .,30-Open.-< :
; yard high hurdles and the 220-yard! *Xo student is eligible who is notatT'ing 4 + 4. + . + November 6-Tulane' at Tampa. --.- ---- ----- -- -
least four 1 November University of Georgia '
successfully at :
low hurdles vrill be run off at 9 a.! The Wrong Street
ft''F'? :1 high school subj 17. t is
m, Saturday morning, April Edith= "Dickj dear, your office BARBED
I A student is carrying a subject successfully
t sK: The order of events for the afternoon if he has such a record in t in State street isn't itwDickey I November 20-Stetson at Gaines-!I SHOP
'. -"Yea, whytrEdith'T6at's ville.
!l' ;t ; are as follows: the subject' that he could be given I I. l
c j Finals 100 yard dash at 1:30 p. m.! credit on it April 17, that is, credit what I told papa. November Oglethorpe at Co f I i GAiN ESVILLE. FLORIDA i
mistake about
He made such a funny
Finds running high jump at 1:40 I Ii i up to that time. < you yesterday. He said he'd been I lumbus. 4'
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giving credit is a course
Any course
p.m. I looking in Bradstreet _
you up
Finals SS0-yard run at 1:50 p. m.I within the meaning of the above rule. I I: I

r i t Finals 220-yard dash at 2:10 p. m.. The four subjects must have been i Concerning the Mesa Hal f I P.

Finals running broad jump at 2:30 i I carried since January I, 1920. Who does "Short Boy" sit .so still Lyric TheatreFRIDAY .OTTO STALLING ijI
4H pra. Dr. J. M. Chapman Has Charge of
I when eating"t GENERAL
INSURANCE
IN, Finals one-mile run at 2:30 p. m. :I Declamation Contest. Because he swallowed hu spoon and tJ I i
Shot at 2:40 m. The Declamation Contest win be t
pat p.
stir. TAMPA FLA.
,5,f* Finals 440-yard dash at 3:10 p. m. held Friday, April 16,1920, at 8 p. m. !{, cannot. **;" urge Margerj with Mary Miles I :
: Finals pole vault at 3:10'Po m. I Dr. J. M. Chapman has charge of I A Spring Poem. j jj Minter. -- =i .
r' low hurdles 3:45. this contest and will be pleased to I
1 Finals 220-yard: I j lIt was midnight on the ocean. j >
4.. .i Half mile relay race at 5:14 p. in.Every .i answer any questions any one may |\ Xot a street car was in sight; :j SATURDAYand PICTURES and PICTURE FIWtta :
l 1 effort gill be made to run't care to ask concerning said contest.j The sun and moon were shining i j "Rogees Riches," Mary McLaren.. ORAHORTON

; t these events on time or as near to I.I.SO readings will be considered, when | As it rained all day and night. Ii } N ,
f it as possible. Contestants are urged reader depends upon what is generally MONDAY
I 1 T'' to be on the field in shape for their:t known as costume reading. i| It was midday in the mess hall I -Jubilo,- Will Rogers.TUESDAY OVELTIESGreeting
;; i particular events prior to the time it,I }! Not bread plate was in sight; I Cards

; 'I it is to be run ot?. It'will be impossible \ The. forks and knives danced round I .

. to make allowances for late appearances PRESENT RECORDS t the cook. "Fools and Their Money Eugene.
t t on the field. :I I' As he stirred with all his might. O'Brien.WEDNESDAY .

Officials for the meet have been appointed -:' I;j It was sunset on the campus,
State school track I JACKSONVniESPORUNG
high meet records
the University
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7 t and professors at Blosite
'I i Not a in sight;
i will fill several of the : made here during past meets "Street Called ,"
. important i The bugle raved the flag still Straight Daisy Ring.
: : : positions, while University stud i iI show some excellent work on the part I ; GOODS i
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i Aft r June we will not
{ of the athletes. Followers of I 'WaYed.1
young THURSDAY
I i : ents will take other positions in the i
:. w ,organization of the 1k t.. !'t the sports are looking forward to better Twas evening at the Vengeance of Durance; Alice Joyce COMPANYThe
Tee following officials were announced .! records this year as the war-time i, Thin the windows shone .no light; -
: by Coach Bm<< I Ii I activities have 'put a new impetus into With the social stir of track meet, I Continuous Shows 350 Sportsman's Store" I
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Referee and Starter: A. L. Buser. the boys and men of the country|! 'Gators shake the sh4zmie-an: the* -
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; ;, a Judges at Finish: Professors Cody I and results are showing up better in i i night. PASTE THIS IA tUfR ROOM 1OR'I2EFERENCEL t 129 West Bay Street. Phone 148
! {t t' '- Rogers Smith and Blank other States, so Flordia's share will i s Jacksonville. Fla.
I I I On with the dance at: the Elks' Gab, :
: Scorers: Professors Wttloughbv and be shown tomorrow on Fleming Field. ; ... H
![ The records $ But ray Freddie was a sight; -- ,
i 1 t t & *&JT.. standing cow are: -- -- -- ...
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I w IIlis| sleeves had shrunk; his vest. : '
t Official i lOd-yard dash-Pearson, Brooks.
v i Annooaefi Jack: GoU ( t j I rifle Cook. Orlando and ; looked punk |
: Official Time Keepers:: : Profesers i ; Snyder, Popular
Beck, Riley and Graham, i r I Daytona, tied for first place; time: | Suspenders broke; dress suit was a! Goods At Popular Prices I

Official Field Judg: "V Secretary'. 10 2-5s<<. fright.j -AT--

George White: i i Ranting high jump-Smith. Fort j Prof. Rogers in: ,Asroaorcy class-. BUR K H 1 A[ S (
: i t! Assistant Field Judges: TaxerI I I Laaderdale; Madison, Jacksonville,I"Mr. Dyer distinguish between dodI ;0
Warner and Soles. and Baker. Jacksonville tied for first
! I I'I' t I i der and love vise." (For the becei #
I Coarse place height S ft. 7 in. I ._
Inspectors of ; -- -- -
: Bh ins, Bush.BD -- -
'I' -! fit of the uninitiated, they are iie ti- ---- ---
{ Terry, J. Gusn SSO-yard rua-Gordon, Fort Lander -I I'rally the sase). "
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I x'3 Chief Marshal: Pant Faker Sak. and Stevens JacksccvQ!*; : :
"I doot know much about didder.I .
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! Assistant tied for first place time 2 mi&. 11 I THOMAS COMPANYCOME
M Marshals: W. )ld f'''. C. ; I i bat I can tell you all you want to,I I
; r i k I. DeVaae. demons, Barwkk, Red- sec.220yard i know aboct the love vine!" bur Jngly IX AND SEE US FOB :
: t T eaa and Maizes. r=-Fearsoa, Brooke, replied JXL.... _4 SA5L SAS& 8ZZ- TO3 % .
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i i '. Ckrk ot Coon: W. >>: Gzaa, ( asd : j? z; Zttirca, ted t O\\\. I:> f QT8EBL SPORTING GOODS. \yf \ !

: &seo& 3 &, CkSOrai a.Dl1 p.a<<; tim: a sec.Iunnisg 'I "What's rood for i hW i-eore" .
; h It t Bath. 1; broad jamj>-So&ee. Jack- B21- i
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\t I i sc :rise; distasce: 21 ft,3 3-4 in. I I Oh. a sssall piece of raw t :*- i
Cola j L. -rua I ::t:. e- -.Snjd r; steak.' IIi

*. Bttllrtxa is Oat. 'F tire: Vf 3-5 S<<. J i "Tes, bas-sapposia' yr aia't co .DROP IN q
; I Th baUrtia for tip 150 SaecserSchool Shot pat--Bores: ", JacksocviSe: ; cis-I!bkvmin' millionaire:" I. ,
i I ;t ; at the University is cat, and taaee: 39 ft., 4 1-2 in. I! 'I 1

I can fc* obtained at the'ere of the I 40-yard rua-Pearsoz Brooks. 5e;j i t I I J
r: ; : Ikea of tie Teachers' Co& v. Apply f tim e: 54 see 1!, RESULT OF THE VOTE :' VoeTt Ee "1
to.Dr. H. W. C .r. University of FlorGamesvil -)1 Pole vaolt-Sxslle*. Jacksonville;i#'I OK THE BUDGET SYSTEM *j j WekoaseVhther or Not You Decide to Bu7
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WEDNESDAY APRIL 14. : ,. .,
', Serpent Ribbon Society annual ball, Elks' Club +
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s. A. E. picnic, Palm Point Country Club.. + <> 1
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3 p. Repetition matinee of Florida Greater Minstrels,Baird + Gould Talk D. :

'There; + l. :'

:: 130 p. m.-Annual State High School Oratorical contest at the- + ..

Csversity Gymnasium. y -. ,+ '
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t- ..&30 p. Florida-Louisiana: m State debate. -< ; : + 4I. t : ,- ;: 1

I. : 9:00 p. .Theta Ribbon Society annual ball. +\. ., THEY'D fELL A FAR MORE INTERESTING STORY THAN ANY WE ,,---1:

i, SATURDAY APRIL 17.. + '- COULD THINK OF THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY FROM THE 0 .. '=:':-

|: 2:00 p. m-Sixth annual State High School Track :Meet, FlemJaj + : TIME THEY WERE CUT FROM GENUINE CALF-SKIN UNTIL THEY t ,u. }j_:,

|' Field. + WERE TRIMMED, FINISHED AND SENT TO ONE OF THE THREE 'V" ; ;..
(y': 5:30 p. m.-Pop dance, A. T. O. House.' + 0 PORTER STORES TO BECOME PART OF THIS GREAT ORGANI A- :.: -. :
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-< 9:00 p. m. Track meet dance, University Gymnasium. + \.0 TION'S POPOGANDA OF QUALITY. "' _,;.
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E A CHI DANCE SOCIAL ton and :Miss Mildred Dakin. j 14 FOOT COMFORTABLY AND CORRECTLY, 5 <>

HIT.OF THE YEAR. I Sheppardess: Miss Catherine Tuc-4 '

I ker. Everything that Men and Boys Wear :

-jke.Thet? Chi fraterrtity'entertainFriday Spanish girls i Miss Lena ". !

night at the Elks' Club with Miss Tessie Glass and Miss I j
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.:3 enjoyed the dancing and fea-. Miss Columbia'Miss Inez ,Brooks. t. ... r t
)fi ."" -f the evening. Peppy music I 4 f
Queen of Hearts.: Miss Willie Mae ,
furnished by: the Original Uni- Lang. l .

fetyjazz.fbe' Bungalow girls: Misses Aliene' !
guests assembled in attractive.I Kramer and Lillian Glass. j 4 Corner-Bay and Laura Jacksonville, Fla, : .. 1 i
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d Tailed costumes, and after thei I Dutch girl: Bessie 'McCormkk. I'

i i !| $'dance masks were removed and A prominent feature of the costumes -! *. -

719r I Irk began on the regular program. of the hosts .was the smart i t I
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i .-A feature of the evening was thearcing I fez of red and white worn by each i,
} of little Jane Graham, the :Theta Chi. 'i ir ?'
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ilgliter of Mr. and :Mrs. Kline Gra- r f Chaperones for .this. delightful be-r High school men both # r !H :t ffiH ffiys8ewififiraGREENLEAF; ir. !fi1 !fifi! 9i ) If
., Little Miss Graham gave sev casion were: Dr. and Mrs. A. A. !f; 1
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!numbers to the delight of theJHStS. I Murphree, Dr. and Mrs. James M.1: 1 -1- '
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1 I Farr, Mr. and Mrs. Kline Graham,i iI i f

Punch was ;served during the cveSfijV i Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Buser, Mr. and J t .

I'tnd at the interraisiaon sand- Mrs. Lang'and Mrs. ,A. P.Buie, t! Toe., _you 'Hif' i NOTED FOR QUALITY ... I f I Ii

: *hell were enjoyed. r ., ,- J __ ,- S i DIAMONDS, FINE JEWELRY, CHINAWARE, !y I
-. :At the mtermisison three pillow,' ., --'It'--! -- --- -..eWe I IELCOM& --\Vit.h us !!bfAgain. GLASSWARE AND SILVERWARE 9i \ I
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tea, were awarded as prizes in a\ \, _, ".f: J'9i* 41, West Bay Street Jacksonville Florida i I
drawing contest and to the cleverest \ -< !:Ii! 1

ostamed young lady. The pillow f fwrer ': ,i I aJ aH!! CLASS PINS-RINGS-MEDALS-TROPHIES I" ; :i
were of felt and had "Theta I IQa" extend ----, tiiAL

11' fa the fraternity colors on one I.Ft !I. 1; A PROBLEMS. -- :!r 1!f.!: !f.! !f. !f.Rliii! KlfiL! ;!h iRSSSLHS lf!:h LHtfSffiSHE! !
fie and ."Florida" ;n the University r-: Hearty Welcomes:=- *'* i I. i
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on the t Whenever two men club together -- --' -- : ; t

II Kcfcs! ard<< Miss Annie Lee Farmer To our visitors, for any purpose, there must.be mutual UI ;! !fiY;! !ffi : :i: $!:fi! 91 :fiffiiih! 91! ifi! $!: S!: !: !:fili!: | '. !'
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D km' received a similar ,:prize 1 I .When more than two get together !:i : i

I; fez having the cleverest costume. 'A11 of them will have 1 I.. the selfsacrifice bas to be in-I L SOUTHER'PiT illlUSIC CO. I. '
: 'he, of the eveJit .
*During latter part creased to an even greater extent n ,- 1
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College widows and convicts were WMle in Gai 1e6viUe. ;: case where relationship are, expected i '
i i. Is Christian unity it Largest Stock In the. South of Musical l Instruments --
iI the most those cos- : to be permanent. :, i
numerous among
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f :pauper to overall girls to Ghineso' t t and is it desirable? These !s Strings, D m.mer's Traps !i! J 1
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mandarin and Martha Washington. Once year, .. .angle questions at the services next Sunday Ii! and Sheet :Music S J
SererRl eve- 3
I of the young'ladies wore both morning and evening. Students, I t I

i ,*?Aciong dress:!! ladies in COr' ,And the men,of Florida are always welcome visitors at the I i! ) :

1mne the young Rectory, and at the Holy Trinity .i it MAIL ORDERS SENT SAME DAY AS RECEIVED !Ii

wet: Misge"S' Eleanor Are glad to have t church. :!5 *, (
College Widows: u:
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3 gym, Jessie Chesnut, Martha Tison, I J $ l1 i
sad Carolyn The Fair Visitors FOREIGN LABOR TO iI I
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., Overall trrlsMrs.\ S. M. Scruggs, 'And, :.the. High School Men r )ny International ''Sew Srr1re. j ....... .... .. I I !

Misses Irene Denham, Mildred Powell _.. Washington, April 14. Pending '. .
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and Lucile Boring. further action by Congress or by the
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4r I Colonial girls: Miss Mary HampLILTENBLUM i usTfor"t Secretary of Labor, the admission of EvesV Glasses M .
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Week.1 / Tested. Fitted.
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; : sioner General of Immigration to ad- -

\ ,-- '"-- mit temporarily, during the beet sugar -i e WE DO O R'OWJI LENSE GRINDlNG.SO DELAY .

-' To the Ladies: season of 1920, agricultural laborers j & SON :, 1 1t
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BICYCLESHIGGINBOTHAM I '? 1>-.5s'wIn r from Mexico and Canada tor exclusive j, ,
'" I,r We trust'that"" you':'', purpose of cultivating and 3harvesting tI | Jewelers and Opticians. Gainesville, Florida.' i

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fir the return i 1
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:- the harvesting of the crops. i( -

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;DRINKS;; and GROCERIES; J t '-- .. As a result of a meeting of f L MOLNAR'S GRj";! i it
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for the
t ; I I LUCK. ._ -. .;,:.-;'., ;- will Farm'be started jon4his institution dnr.ing t I .5. : "Aroaid' the Corner" : : /,- -r t' ;

r.SmNEY I ; the coming six'weeks. The admin 50 Feet Off the Square '-rM '
GODWIN : t t'I
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istration building will over
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: ; hundred patients, together with the M ... -. : ;.., -..- : I' ._
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old University boy t officers of the institution. A building, t ',. "" '-"; *..* .* : -< ;--: i iI
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candidate .for Tax-Collccot ":I building will also be erected;,besides I t L. or'* 't.I "" -'

I' But whether you areInner' many other smaller structures,severalof A ,.A CARTE '
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County which will be residences. < ;\ ,I
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TO! appreciate the support ., with you-. 1 j A P3tP-'t medicine house says" I tf
We are
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'J iL ., : : EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT + Repetition
1"j i : ) Dewey A.< Dye, _.._ ..,- Editor in Chief

1 {: /?, '','Goodrich ,Copeland, __..._._._.---.--. ManagingEditor
I f ((1'1' ti;-:: ";; 'Ii' D. Williams _.,.;...._.__..._..:_.....................-.......... Assistant Managing Editori /|I Florida .GreaterMinstrels Il

i ; 1 ;; :Randall Hunter,. _..__ Sporting Ed. C. P. Anderson....._-Local Editor '

t i f"" '' :.; *H:!Ph DeSilva, -_;. Contributing Ed., Henry Fuller, Asst.. Ath. Editor
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., 1, i I "{-I:' .c',>' M.'M. Chambers..Associates_._.._......_.._.<..W. Russell King I 'BIGGER AND BETTER--K., <' t

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r ,J '<'7: J.,yelma Keen, :.....-..-.-..-.---....-.-..----- ..-... Business Manager ti
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i j : W. W. Gunn, __ ,. .. Assistant Business Manager 16th
I ; _-' "- --' -w--"---"'----- Baird Theatre, Friday Afternoon, April f' i
I ; ___ ..Circulation Manager i .
( ; : I..' ,_ John H. Carter, Jr., a If ,
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I ::1 r $.- Entered as second class matter September 28, 1912 at the postoffice at .
1 I J: Gainesville Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1873. {I Ir
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High School Track Meet Week at the University of Florida has long ii I

been.dedicated to the joy of our human life. The sixth annual presentation of I

1'' the University of Florida Greater Minstrels, at the New Baird Theatre Monday I;

1 # night was a fitting opening for this week of gay frivolities; a week when 1

; 4' L the days are divided into frenzied intervals of dancing, studying and reciting :
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1; Splendid entertainment. The entire troupe distinguished themselves and /

j. closed rare dramatic ability, and voices of exceptional range and fine q diS-1 cR?

k ties. Each character portrayed was invested with_a minstrel r rI ii rt- a5&p $ !

<<. that has never before been. equaled in an amateur performnace in the New .
I ;; Baird Theatre.

I.' ; We have said thatthe, minstrel appropriately opened the week, the track ['
I "j' meet Saturday will start,the end which will be accomplished! through the me-

I : '., dium of a Pan Hellenic dance in compliment to the high school boys. During -

: : the week various"dances. picnics, smokers and other social functions will
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I i i ; f ernoon, and every effort will be put forth to make the stay of, the aft-I
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". The Florida Alligator, as the official organ of the student body, !
> ,' the glad hand of welcome to all the visitors, and presents a cordial invitation i DRINK,

: .: to return again next year for a grander and a more glorious. time. .I'j -
+ ; :# *'- It would indeed be a difficult task to enumerate the manifold benefits' G

'1 that accrue.to the University and to the high school boys who are privileged peen
L. I to, take part in the track meet activities. ,The men of the University are I
s! ; allowed for a few brief days to mingle with younger boys once again and to

I: 'I. thereby gain a newer and fresher outlook upon life The high school lads j 1i: e arc u S.MT.OFl ,
mingle with the college men and gain a new and broader vision and a deeper f b <
-f. appreciation of the things in life that are worth while. Many a successful j .

r L ;-, young business man in this State owes the first spark of ambition to own a I X ep :

: business of his own and to be independent to the fact that he attended a track I ."
I ;.. meet in the dim days of yesterday and was by association with the historic

w { > '# halls of learning and the occupants at the seat of education for young men in TUE 'SNAPPY LIME! DRINk'
,the State of Florida, led to prepare himself with mental weapons to fight the .
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::: The benefits above enumerated are deeper and lasting,they go to the ,
: After the th:1tre-follow ; ;
r :fundamental welfare of the commonwealth itself,;as is the increasd physical the

: :. : r.. and mental development of the young men themsejves. The immediate pleas- crowd! ; E f
: ore is derived from the fellowship and the associations with and among the mt\' E
t : : ,college men and the instructors and the high school boys. No doubt many lv It's 'Green River .
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r:?L ,;.' a high school pupil who has felt an inclination to drop out or an inclination ;
: ': t._ to fall behind in his studies has felt compelled to burn his last drop of midnight A different drink lof distinctive F FL
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r': oil in order that he might qualify to attend the annual high school meet =. flavor
: :I{' % and by his own personal and individual help aid his school to pile up the f sparkling, cooling -it

.; : t-J !"-' points necessary to carry home the grand prize. j ;p't } + ""Iwk pleases and satisfies.SCHOENHOFEN t, .
i ... A vivid imagiraticn can picture any number of benefits from this meet 1y ,
: Ii ::';- vie will leave you alone to commune with these beings with whom your mind '

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p'" ;11 to return again either as a high school participant in ,the athletic : f

',,I' .t, or oratorical. contests, or as a student in the University. I At all coda fountains and in :
bottles"l
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:fly F *,John Sharp Williams says he would rather bay at the moon than sit in' I o .
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:,p : the Senate. Lots of !em do both.-Ex. j jtl -
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GAINESVILLE ii
I : ; Semi-finals in the inter-society de- FRUIT STORE

r' More interest should be manifested in the Inter-Collegiate,e baseball !!, bates will be held Monday night when Fancy Fruits and Draft Beverages. Cigars, Cold Drinks and Bevo tOe
A 'struggles. the Farr Literary Society meets the .
Thank You. Come
Again.
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1 Benton Engineering to debate
: Society -
;. ,' Probably some would never be thought of as probable candidates for I the subject Resolved: 1hat the I i iII N. S. TAMP AS, Manager. j

the. Presidency did they not deny that they are. Ex. .. II Constitution ,of the United States :
<"- should be 'amended to allow =-
i The Athletic Board announceS that a "sure enough" class day track tion of a treaty by a majority '
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meet is to be staged with appropriate prizes for each event. the Senate. ratifica-I FORD
'f I HEADQUARTERS
, -i! The affirmative will be by .
t : Perfume drinking is reported spreading in. England. We had supposed i ino Farr J. R. ALDERMAN Prop
Lit., which will be
: represented The Home
substitute was required over there. Ex. I of the Famous FORD MOTOR CARS, Accessor-
by Friedlander Keen and Pemberton.
I I fes, Supplies and Repairs.
The Engineers will be represented by
One of the most disappointing things in this. world is Virginia Dare with i,i I I Hargrave Lecher and Cobb. .
the Dare left out._Ex, .
The Engineers: won a debate in the ---4
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-- the Ag. 61ub representatives BEST BY TEST

i, March 12, and the Lawyers won from Shoes that if
wear
MILLER'SAgent [I Peabody Club March 15. The Law- ,U'NITED' ,-
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> yers and the winner of the debate on
I Agents for Crossett and
Monday night will debate at a later Educator Shoes
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'' NUNNALLY'S AND WHITMAN'S... CANDIES I men :The Lawyers 'debating team is

TOMKINSON-- FLORAL CO. composed of Norton,,and ,Franklin. THE NEW YORK
Peabody Hall is the place of the RACKETArgent

( OE JACKSONVILLE. ,' debate Moaday night and the time is forFlorsheim "' -

To'clock. .
1 : I Shoe '
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Indianapolis Faces' Gas Famine. _
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: r-- L. C.: SMITH I Io railroad strike ends immediately In- Alachua \
o dianapjolis will be without gas in Count Abstract Company
"> t has moved to South Side of Square, four'doors from,McColIum's Drug It two days, as,the supply of gas coal is B. 1C Colson President.
"' Store. New Spring Shoes coming in every days See the line before o almost exhausted. Railroad officials Members of American Association of Title Men. Members of FloridaAssociation

purchasing. I declare 'freight movements ate nor of Title Men.

pY '!,.L---__ 4II "" ___ _., I mal. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.

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r The Smiths, 51,000. I all of whose ,serial :numbers were.la I

YoungI The Browns. 48,000. I the 600,000'a. There wen obi woae 1
DRUGGIST The Williams*, 47,000. t :i Rodriguez-< -tbe"374tbInfantry. iI j ."Classy"In

,, The Jones, 28,400.The The longest name on the mea-i. ..
i\' Andeisons, 2200. I Harry Adolph Thomas Richard Eugene }
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, ;= B' : ..1 f. The 'Walkers, 18,5KC; "' "'"!:, Bollock. .
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The Millers,2500. :The Aipba and Omega of the lniex i ifiles. I
Do Business With '! There' were 52 John J. O'Brien's, .-Fuiman Hornet. j jPutten
I 14,of whom made allotments tQ wives -' fabricandtailoring
:: PHIFER STATE BANKS ; named Mary. Pot." j )1

There were 3.412 Willie Smiths. In a country school the children )
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.- The Roderguez family from Porto were in the habit of us'*" M "** I' I .
;-T Rico sent 891 men having only 7 tor put. The teacher tried to teacX; 'I

; H' 0 first names, Domingo, Francisco,Jose, (Continued on rage o_/. Sold :\
S { f ____u____ __ __. ___ ____ __ ______ on basis of ,
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1 Quality; every suit f rj' j
f t 1* 1T
H B./rtf. TENCH H'" }I ....- 1 1i I I I guaranteed to give I: j

1 i sometimes disagree, but both Father ;i satisfaction or mon- i
+and Son approve of our Tailoring in iI i
Gainesville 0 I
>HJ i. OIL back.
> t Its every detail. The father is proud : ey
t of> a well dres3ed son and vice versa. I

1 E Florida. ESHOES We make clothes that please the oldman Nationally x I Snappy Young I

the middle-aged man, and the ; : Men's and
1- more conservative -
young man, too. Clothes for businessor il I

social occasions, and our work is : Known in I models for h:
characterized by elegance, style, n \ I. older S I I
F ness and finish. at-\I men. : !
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J1" : NJCK; D4MATO j jII r t ;Marx Suits j j
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Tailoring.
BAILEYa Bevo has become the.best : 11
Pressing! and Repairing. S : i $40 to $65 ..' !

II friend of food and fellow- 1 I II
.1 : Society Brand. ?
in + + + + + + + + + + + .
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+ I Suits i J
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;:; + WITH TilE EXCHANGES. +1 3 t

, ..;f< TAMPA + + 1 I Drink it for its purity !. $45 to '?65LEVY'S '
1 t + + + + ir + + + + f''! I !
I I and deliciously appetizing = I
i! Spring Feter. i ; J ,
I flavor F}
Original The author of "Locksly Hall" said j I i ,
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:2 that a young man's thoughts turn to ;
>: Methods ) love in the spring'of the year. That\] At the .soda fountain or s ,, Bay and Hogan Street c
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-iJ: Makes for J may be true, but they also turn to i'
t ti
f'; Idleness. It is "in the spring when, with your meals. ; JACKSONVILLE, FLA. t- :
Lower Prices. \J i
birds ," the i _
J begin to sing that base- AI t
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. On' Standardi i: ball bee gets under our hats, and I t i
>:ri Bevo must be;served cold. -: ------ I
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Made MerchandiSe- j I warm conspire I -<---- -
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"'''nt e )i It's all right and proper to spend)! i ADAMKATZ&CO.CORRECT '
'New Arrivals in j a lot of time in athletics and it's*I ANHEuSER-BUSCH,ST.LOUIS ;,
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CAMPUS TOGS j: great to be able to enjoy the sun-! .
shine, but we must not'become so intoxicated -j t I I Ij

, !t Extreme YoungMen's |"f'as to forget the prime reason !, 5C CLOTHES. ,

1 '1, |- why we are in college. We are is I' j FOR MEN ; ;
all here foran education, and it
'Stylish Suits.FASHION suicidal and criminal to permit, other'! It must bet ,
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--'1 things of minor importance to interest -i y 4 Gold -- .,
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PARK i us to the extent that studies are} -

exclusively designsin i I' 'i,forgotten. Athletics do not support i; .I
. 1 the colleges, but vice versa, and when J.j
4e fine tailored 1! we let the wrong one get ahead, we.I J555't! I 1 I

'Suits. j have made a big mistake. : fr
1 sTwopiece
; .. t Every. man at Oglethorpe has an I c
suits of .
opjJortunity: which is craved by thou.f sold r .ry..lhrr.- \ J. W. J
F McColIum
Palm Beach -. t I sands of boys, and if you squander! families supplied by &. CoJ i I -+
your time, an ambitious man who!i grocer; druggist anddrafrVisitors Jrr DRUGGISTS i
Tropical Worsteds I I "The Rexall
could have succeeded has been swind- cordially Invited to Store" Gaineavilta. II
Eureka Crash I led. A prize is being handed you j i tmprc* our plant.. Agents for ; ,1
LIGGETTS
seize it! If and NORUIS CANDIES
Mohair on a silver platter youdon't : .
just as sure as the sun rises in I II "
I the east, you will live to rue the day.i iI -- -- -

----=- I-Oglethorpe Petrel. ( IF THERE IS ANYTHINGYou HOTEL HILLSBORO
Silk.BAILEY I
Did You Ever I j jI S' ,
Recently the Bureau of War Risk I want, in the line of Fancy Fruit, Groceries and Vegetables -
I, out a pamphlet that!It % TOP 0' TOWN
Insurance got ;
at the Lowest Prices, Call at the
contains enough interesting reading i j .
THE CLOTIlIEa ,,! to occupy the reader for a long time.| -
Here are some of the bits of information -| Sanitary Fruit and Produce CompanyPhone .'

205207 Lafayette tit. I I contained in it.. i 87. a Gainesville, Fla :." '
TAMPA FLOK1DAOLD If the".amount of insurance on soldiers -!! TAMPA, FLA. ,
converted into]I I1M
and sailors was : .
..... -...---.ri?- ;: 11"IL ,silver dollars,.it would form a stack I I t

a |I high enough to go two and one-half tI I .

t- -w = ::3 ; i '
61,356 milesTIf !
.. SHOES WANTEDto "It I 1 the amount of life insurance in 1 BBBUlTHLCLOTHIERNDFTSED Everything in Groceries-. I : .
I the bureau were in one dollar bills ,
t.- I I joined end to end, tHey would reach j : For Goodness Sake Drink ,I '

I ;t. be repaired; first-clas shoemaker 114 times to the moon. DORSEY'S DELIGHT COFFEE 'i
i i If the girls employed in the bureau I S i :
f I had stretched out their bands, and : ,
.j-. ;, reasonable prices; rearChesnnfs touched finger" t.ps, they would have i ."". iiIW ;. :
.;;:. I I reached a distance of 13 miles. I I II
. ; Shoe Store; repair t Now here is something interesting! :j I -Florida Barber Shop! -- I I
1t I There were 53,200 Johnstons in the j jI FOR STUDENTS '1ND

!t f tI shop now open. American army. i --- --- -- ----- -'--- : OTHERS ,
I : There 2,138 John Johnstons. West Side i of t
were Square Guinas/illtc
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2,032 Wm. Johnstons.
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.:; t ; SOS FRANKLIN ST. THE HOME. OF HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX TAIPA One of Florida's Best Hotels :

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I HANDED HOT BRICK, BUT Order Your Visiting Cards Now .
VISITORS ARRIVING i! COULDNT SEE THE" JOKE | I S. OGDEN CHADWICK, ':i

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i !i Commencement is not far off and you I Manager. ;

;. DAILY TO AT- 1 I New(By Internationalewa York, April 15.-When Merslre.lI :Meyer i will avoid disappointment by placing I .

I Schulman, a bricklayer working on anew !fyoqr order for cards now. We are .
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{. MEND TRACK MEET j i two-stsry brick building at Neptune ]I showing all the latest styles of ----
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i 4 }; avenue and West First straet, i I graving,at moderate prices. The ?:: --7;: T i;;: ::

,I i Coney Island, handed a hot brick to a is your property and delivered with

p' .'Already the city is host to a large |fellow workman as a joke, he said, he i the cards. The

i '. nUrtber of visitors, who came to ba1 received a blow on the head with a t PEPPER PRINTING CO. I University Book Store.

:present: during the High School Track j shovel which sent him to the hospital. .

Meet exercises to be held Saturday,i The fellow workman, Morris Alt- i WITH THE EXCHANGES 3

::April? 17, and also to be present for!! man, thirty-seven years old was heldI I I. Basement Language !Ia.n.

t -many of the social gatherings sched- I in the Coney Island Court by Magis- I (Con iued fram Page Five). I '

o l uUd to take place Saturday. Every j I trate Walsh in $1,000 bail on. a. : .1
I .train entering the city now brings ,r charge of felonious assault. Schul- i I lit- ;
NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY
AND
with it mannvisitors.I j i'man. who is thirty-two, received. lac- j ckboard, she asked the: children if STATIONERY .
I -.:.-. 'erations! of the I LARGE OF PENNANTS
ASSORTMENT ,
scalp. j they could find a mistake in it. FRESHMAN :
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; FLORIDA AND THE NEW SOUTH I :1 t
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.,-, I' !! uy est"' answered a pupil. "Where is ; CAPS
{'In speaking of the 'New South'][:MOTHER '" lit I ETC. .. '
. ;; AND DEAD BABE ? the teacher asked. "Why, he "" 1
: grid the evidences of unprecedented 1 j"1 FOUND IN ATTIC OF HOME.| answered, "he went and putten putten I rO

.' advancement that section, we cannot -
jn I -- I I where he ought to putted puV-Ex.I .
:. fairly, overlook. Florida in the;]],I itly International N't>iv. Sf'nlN'.) I Everything} For The Students
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, ; R general calculation," says.a northern !.1 I I Omaha, Neb., April 15.-Bedfast j, Clio"Isn't ;. u'"icf'Us.; : f
I t'. : with the body, of her baby which had j I .
.: publication. i I that clerk of yours an Indian t
' : : i JNo longer is the "tourist crop" the r been dead for two days lying beside i!i ?" asked the girl. Z;:: =: = = -t:= "-
I: her, Mrs. Bessie Baker, twenty.sevenJ-! t' ,
main source of revenue for Florida. "lIe is: replied the druggist. -, -
i wjas. found in the attic of her home]J JI .
Even
the enormous sum left in the | "I am reluctant about having him
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: State annually by these visitors is 1:I)1-PQ; recently. ( !i, wait on me.*' -a

: .; now eclipsed by the 0 returns from*the ;j 'According to Mrs. Baker she had I' "Oh, he's not savage." '
been held in the attic for i
mines i a prisoner I j "I know. But it he
4 ; phosphate the citrus groves seems to me
: ; and the corn crop of Florida, to say j| eight months' by her husband. : She jl wearS a lurking grin when I order Gainesville Furniture Co.. a
declared he
had entered into
a conspiracy "
: Courier-Journal.
Louisville
nothing of the early trucking re-I' paint. .
with others 'to get control of ':
ceipts. ------ ---
valuable oil lands owned her. j d j.
,! "Advertising and Selling a magazine I by 'NORTHWESTERN. KANSAS \ .i t
Baker arrested and charged 1
was -
; of worth to the country, tells FACES PREACHER FAMINE -
with manslaughter in connection with i D.R. COX, Proprietor. iJ
;' l1S; "For years, Florida's principal j jit
1 the. death of the infant. II SHY In f..rn '*'. ial >etr *''PYIN'.1Concordia "
+t.. pleasure places) have drawn men and L Lt .,- Kan., April 15., A .. Phone 86 t : ;
t women of position and wealth to its .'"
HELD WITHOUT BAIL preacher famine threaters in Northwestern I tK
./ !. confines. The annual revenue of i C r "". ,
i AFTER SASSING. JUDGE.! Kansas. Five churches. in -
the Land of Flowers from visitors i
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I -- -- Phillips county are without pastors. j! ,
alone would make an astounding j International Xrvrx. Hrrtrp.t f
tt\r
j The same condition prevails in Os- :::'&::: -"" ',,+
: figure. j Kansas City, Kan., April 15.Tom j I .x' T-1 .io; :
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borne, Church boards are unable tt>
"Of course, they grow cotton and I I Veretta is in jail here without bond t find young preachers who will accept' r DO BUSINESS WITH '
sugar.and rice-there. And those commodities .' as a result of "sassing" Justice John THE
county charges made vacant by the II FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK ; \ i
sell for real money. But George.When. I resignations of many pastors.Ser-i! I.
the ;' :1ra1gnedVeretta's bond was! t
thirigs''which are putting the I
vices in 'many large churches have : "
State of Florida the fixed at $3,000. He became "rough" : New Million Dollar !
i. on map, much i been discontinued on account of the 'i t 0 : :: Resources Over 2000000. I
after the fashion of our western ; and Justice George then raised his I preacher oJ!! ,
shortage. ,
neighbors, are the orange and grapefruit bond to $6,000. Verctti then told the I C&1 _aI
r groves, now well organized, court Mt!) go as far as he liked.'' Thee, _

scientifically worked and methodically court dd-held Veretta without bond. "I 'WOMAN WHO SWALLOWED ; I i a

i marketed p-north.' Florida grow- Varetta was arrested"-connection SAFETY RAZOR BLADE DIES. : 1 ,. f
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: 4 ers have. ;-branded. their goods and are with .the theft of forty-three phono-. Cr. International-Jess* Srrvlee.) ] 1' 1\IAR rt IS TIIE OFFICIAL P O 'THE

, selling them from one bed of the graphs. .. I :New York, April 15.-Elizabeth [1! DLE UNIVERSITY, OF FLORIDAFOR. : '

country to:the'other with great success I Marcus, twenty-two years old, a Ru- 1J. -

'i 'incidentally bringing good CUT. ..IIlS WIFE'S'SHOESTO .i man dn, died in Bellevue Hospital i i 1 .,

. i money fc>'Florida for the purchase t>f PIECES AFTER QUARREL : from injuries received when she attempted i. ._ ___ 1 I- f.

the articles you< and I sell 0"t .. ___-11_ I! to commit. suleiuc: on April 1 I I' ---- ... -.. ---' ,'
"Some of this progress, like some 'IS.-Cut- by swallowing a safety razor blade. .y: -
Port Smith, Ark., April : -
: other advances in this State, can be When the woman was taken 11!!
young
tiftg his wife's shoes to pieces follow- ] DORAN'S BICYCLE
SHOP
traced back to the resorts. The men Frank to 1k-6e'.It" the blade was removed I .,
ing a domestic wrangle cost East Main
Street.
of money; who came and got acquainted I from hr esophagus by Dr. Crag and 'I 0 I-:;
Bruce $10 here a few days ago. FOR BICYCLES, MOTORCYCLES
with Florida not only spent their .Bruce testified in court that his ; for a tme-: the pijsic.ans: believed AND ACCESSORIES :fr
REPAIRS
money there but invested it' as well. ,wile bad burned his clothing. He j she would recover.DRILLERS' .i 1! :
It is significant, In this respect, that : 11 ,
handed over the $10 on orders from i ---- r
aronrd Miami they are dredging t -
out Hale before whom the
Judge case
the river and building floating is j CAS WELL PROVED r ,
!. : ; was called. I i TRIED TO SOLDER FU L <1
: lands. These; floating islands are,i i I IO litf CiTY GA.;LUN.; GASOLINE TANK ers of a ranch on the Sac river, in '0.
; HOSPITAL.B .
for the most part, still Binder: water 1 c = St. GJair county The intention is to-i
+ ; Census Announcements CUT Internailoj.i Aeir Qenlcr. 1 ----- !cross the bison with cattle .
but people .are paying as high a ( International !Sevr. Scrrlre.) ;1
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1 $6.000.or half-acre plots of ground I t Pittsburgh, April 16.What prom- Norman, Okla.-; April 15.Oscar! .
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won't '"--J.p ised to be one of the most unusual t .
i on them and they even be Washington, 15. The Frock, a blacksmith, made the mistake {:
April pox>u- gas well ever drilled in Pittsburgh -; CLEAf1-UP
visible for time to WEEK IS
some come. ilation of Salislfury, N. C., is 13384, proved to be only a "bloomer." The of attempting to solder a gasoline -
"And, speakirjr about spending, it ,an increase of 6.731 or 94.1 cent. : tank here the other day before
per drillers had sunk only six feet when
might' be interesting to mention that : Burlington, N. C., 5,952, an increase they struck a flow of several hundred having made sure that it was empty. I HALF GONR-I A VE ; I Ii
the purchases for the month of-December Prock is in
J ,of 2&S per cent. thousand cubic fet. In\bstigation now a hospital recovering -
: II .& Jacksonville, Tampa, from i
severe injuries he
soon showed that a main of the local sustained YOU CLEANED UP?
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Pensacola "and Gainesville amounted 1 i As an important measure in its I had ; when the "joy fluid" container
been
I to about $88, OO,000, while for the fight to reduce typhoid in Florida t' gas company punctured. let go.STORK. i -

t same month in 1919 they" exceeded this summer, the State Board of 'I I i
$110,000,009." health has 1 i UNCOVERS PAYING LEAD Today started the last half of Cleani -, '
to
i arranged
j provide vaccine -!! AND ZINC IN BACK YARD
VISITS DIRS.TRIPLETT i
Up Week !
i free of cost. The vaccine is for j i and by riding over the

N Gainesv le'b beautiful shaae.trees typhoid A and B. The triple vaccine I in* International News 8f'.1_.) THREE TIMES.I city 'wi11' reveal to you a city of

are now clothed_ in their spring raijnentof I requires the same number of inoccu-1 Webb City, Mo., April 15.-As a !! Hy International New Aerrke.) real beauty and cleanliness. During -

::1 green and are the admiration ''latiors as the other three. The 'result of the operations of Joseph i Augusta, Kan. ,April 15.-An Augusta -I the first three days much was accomplished

t of strangers as well as the pride fall i'j board succeeded in considerably reT Lewis at the rear of his home here, I family is confronted by a knot and, with the addition of ,
{ our-citizens. Yet there are members |ducing the number of deaths in Florida back yards are being turned info min- i ty problem. It is-when are Trip- the finishing touches during.the*aest: -:

of the City Council who would i from typhoid last yearr, a total I ling fields. letts not triplets. I'I two days the premises of the re d e a f. _. '1,

+ lay the: axe to these beautiful monattks ,of 17G .being reported to the vital | Lewis uncovered paying leads of I The stork. has visited the home of and vacant lots will be presentable t+ '>

which it has taken half a century 'statistics department...against 255 in {both zinc and lead when he sunk an Mr. and :Mrs. J. R. Triplett three I i I anyone. ._:

to bring to their present. stature. :1191$. Of the 176 last"year 105 were eighty-foot shaft in his yard. He is I i.times. Yet the family numbers only I This Clean-Up Week really hj/f.'it

'; -- t among white people and 71 among!|shipping ore regularly from the shaft. *' five, with no deaths. i I! complished wonders in many j p

Jt'begins to look as. .if we are not o negroes. The sanitary engineering j I !I of the city. p

to' have any ,summer' this year. Soar i'department: worked consistently last !I Prof. Metcalf.of Live Oak is visiting l i I 1 I M *.
..1t has been"the latest .spring for|Year to eliminate open privies in |I in the home of his friend Rev. BerI TO CROSS BISON WITH CATTLE 1 j I I Ralph Aahurst, an' old, Gala UC

yeeie, but few people will object *> I Florida, and the decrease in the typhoid -I nard Campbell, while in the city. He Osceola, Mo. April boy but who has been TeTfcfeg **\o
have had for I 'death i 16.-A ship-J[Cocoa daring the last iBOttths ,
several
'thf kind of weather we rateis largely attribute came to be present .< ment of three t
the;:past_:two.',I_::'-WiekSu ::., :._.:. '}....._'_ ed, to the success of its, efforts. j[High School principals conference. by KelfeV3fe>ufalotwaBrtceiod.recently : Berry jli; own*,f.baby..PAGE is,.&.#**jcity en! a visit.-to hif wife' N>*

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