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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 1920
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
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biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
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\ ,; i s YAL WON STATE '| TO ELECT HEADS : LOVING CLASS CUP WITH GRAND MOST PRIZE POINTS TO, FARR LIT. MEN TO 'GATORS OUT' FOR- :, II !


ilffiH SCHOOL f EET OF I GIVEN BY JACOBS CO. Of 1 '
j if 1 : ALLIGATORj JACKSONVILLE. I MEET LAWYERS FOR COME-BACK WILL .1 : t


.AT FLEMING FIELD i ij1CKSOXVILL"E j T MAY 7 1 I fI f f MUCH COMPETITION- i! DEBATING% HONORS :' PlAY TECH 26.27 I i a

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;: BOYS WIPE UI'RTfR I
NOMINATIONS i lij
53 POINTS TOTAL CLOSE MAY 4 IN BY DEFEATING ENGINEERS, LITERARY PROSPECTS LOOK GOOD FOR 'f
: ; ORDER '
7. HILLSBOROUGH SECOND THAT BALLOTS MAY Each Class Has Wealth; of Good Material ; MEN WILL HAVE : FLORID, ALTHOUGH TEAM 1 tll i
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: WITH 25.'Jbker PREPARED FOR and Big Time is Expected CHANCE TO RETAIN MET WITH HARD LUCK

.. A a; ELECTION. by All.On DEBATING CUP. DURING TRIP. t
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of Jacksonville, Star of 'Meet, I i I \ I- tl'

.. i :lt kith Burke of. Tampa Fol- 1 I An editor-in-chief, managing editor Thursday, May 6, the Universitywill The Fair Literary Society and the Tickets for Two Games Here Next i I

1 i lowing Closely. I and business manager of the Alligator -I I hold its:first inter-class track Benton Engineering Society met in Week on Sale at Miller's and '

I .. !, staff. will be elected Friday morning meet since the war. The yearly high I annual debating contest' Monday eye., I at 106 Thomas. I 1.

.i i? By C. S. HALL, JR. i May 7, at the regular chapel and school track meets here have tended t ning, the question under discussion I } J I
:; to bring in a wealthof material and being Resolved: "That the Federal i) Georgia Tech will meet the 'Gatosnin8

iJI jf]y capturing first places id the at the same time officers of the Y. M. a lively contest is expected. Amongthe J Constitution: of the United States be1 I on, Fleming Field Monday and I
groaning high .and broad jump, 120- C, A. will be amended to allow the ratification of I
elected. The voting will seniors who will probably be I Tuesday, and according to all pre- ;
;Ira high hurdles, shot put; 440-yard treaties tw thirds vote of the i
by
be done by ballot I large contributors to that class' score ; a '
and the names of 'dictions, the Florida men are in for. J "i .
'I !\UsH' and the declamation and essay I are Gunn and Yancey, two men of Senate." A close decision was j d 1
,tontests,* second in the 220-yard dash, both Alligator. nominees and those for fame. The juniors expect to given to the Farr Lit. upholders !! a big and strong come-back, after ; 1

high and low hurdles and the running I the Y. M. C. A. offices will appear on star in Bill Madison. "Y"I I the affirmative, who was represented 1 their recent hard luck trip through I

Abroad jump, and third in the running I the same ballot. Nominations will be The strong arm of the by H. A. Friedlander, H. O. Pember.. i north Florida and Georgia. I \

; : ISgh jump, 880-yard and mile runs, :. closed May 4, in order that ballots will be Arthur Sollee, who holds two I ton and David Keen. Speakers for the t The games with Rollins, to be held t :

..ilII :Toval> High School not only won first I may be printed. record in the high school track meets. !negative were \V. L. Leisher. Cobb I yesterday and today, were cancelled ;: 1 Ion
in the Sixth Annual Florida StatelaterHigh And of the freshmen and R. T. Hargrave. "I
'; 1 "place C. S. Hall, Jr.; of Miami, has been course having will account of the R. O. T. C. in- ,l
debate the
; School track meet held on such a large class will have nothing Ito The final for term j
JI.1 'Fleming Field yesterday, but established -II nominated by the Alligator staff for fear. be held May 10 between the John spection, which was scheduled to take ,, 3i-t t

.1 ':' new records in the shot put and the office of managing editor, but no The inter-class cup will be a perma- Marshall debating society' and the place at that time. No definite ar- 1 '

,.1j.1I j 'high jump and furnished the athlete I other nominations have been made by nently rotating cup, while of course Farr Literary society, which will de. rangements have been made for the I
I i cide the honors'towam winning the I j with but they will (
Tasking the highest all-around individual the staff. The Y. M. C. A. cabinet the'other winners retaintheir cups. games Robins \
.;; i score in the meet. I This inter-class track meet is for the loving cup, which goes to the teamwinning j l. probably be played sometime In the : '
has selected its nominees will I
not but
1 the final debate for three 1 .
1j Duval's score totaled 53 points, I purpose of developing at-h1etes'to send ; near futures :
j do so by.next Friday. r succession. The Farr Lit. with'Tech will
!"leading Hillsborough High School, ; to Atlanta to compete for Southeastern .years in I The games begin .' l'
I II ,;;runner up in the meet by 25 points I In voting for the officers, it is not honors on May 16th and 17th. I will decide the question in the near at 3:30 each afternoon, and'the advance 1
t I future the lawyers sale tickets will be 'Mil i i
for presentation to I of at :f
I to for nominated
vote
Yhile Gainesville's trackmen secured necessary men Every class therefore, should get in r
who have the option to which they ler's, in and at the of 1
as town
room t
I : only! nine points, the hoodoo being on for the positions by the different officials -, behind their track,athletes and urge I '
i will uphold. The debate was won by Herbert Friedlauder, 103 Thomas, on :
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: .the local boys except in the final event them to go out for practice in order j' ,
:4'II' as a new candidate may be announced I the Farr Lit. last.year. the campus. University student, sad,. \
-if. the meet, the half-mile relay, in that they may have the honor of 't } 1
at any time up to the date of This will end forensic activities on students of the Gainesville high ) :,
off the V. E. Jacobs
I rying
rtophy.Following
jrbich they easily took first place.
closing of nominations, thus giving car-I the campus for this term, but ar- school will be admitted to both i? \
The work of Baker Jacksonville's is a list of trophies j
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-? 1 rangements: have been made with the for 50 cents. Admission of i t.
games
star'athlete, the sensation of the the best chance for satisfaction of all. prizes, and the names of the bu
was :
I| Louisiana State University who will 75 tents will be charged outsider \.
: day's activities, this participant capturing I j Alligator nominations should be men who have been so generous and 1 1 I
J '! have ,option as to sides of the question for each game. !
.=: three first places, the running made to G. R. Copeland while "Y" public-spirited as to donate them: i f
them the University
: 1 to be presented by The summaries of the games play 1 !
thigh jump, in which he established a,! nominations should be made to R. T. i To the class winning the most
I of Florida. These teams will i ed by the University team while on
points-the V. E. Jacobs Co. i
new record of 5 feet, 71-4 inches over HargravI i trophy.To
I meet at Baton Rouge, next year. the trip last week follows: j r!
,1hat set last by Snyder of Day- I the winning relay team-the L. 1 ;
year !
f i 1. Palmer, 0; Florida, 1..a .
*. tona, the running broad jump, and i C. Smith trophy. I. % 2. Palmer, 3; Florida, 2. 1
the high hurdles. He showed himself I CHAUTAUQUA I To l Ihe} individual winning the most, PLAN INSPECTION I Batteries: First game; Florid '1' i .
points-the C. H. Cole Co. trophy.To .
-the best all-around athlete the field, '
If : on Hartman and Ward. Palmer: Morris -

:: entering many events and winning II BE HERE SOON I one score-three winning second months'highest individual to- I FOR THIS WEEKPlans and Work.. ., *'' 1 it'I
pass
more than othe- '
entry.
, 'j any Batteries: Second game; Florida j I
the Lyric theatre. j
Burke, of followed Bakeron
Tampa, 9.- Boewell and Hardee. Palmer: '1 Lowry
!,; the list 'of individual records, seCuring University men will ,have the ad.. First 100-vard" Dash. #I have been made and every- and Farrier. _
meal
two firsts and .a third. His vantage of attending the Chautauqua, prize5.50 ticket by Remarks: Hartman pitched two-Hit "- 1
Alachua Cafe. thing is set for the general staff inspection -
work in'the lOOyarddash was magnificent which will be here next month at half game. Boswell struck out IS men. ; 'j t 11

as was his 220, but he did not It I r the regular price of admission. Second prize-One pair of tennis of the University military 3. Howard, 3; Florida 2.Batteries .1 i .,
Secretary, George Y.\I II shoes given by James Chesnut. unit. At the time the Alligator wentto .
t receive backing enough on the part of I M. C. A. : Florida, Hartman and 1

1 the other Tampa athletes to carry who is in charge of the entertain.. 220-yard Dash. press nothing definite had been Ward; Howard, King and Head. :

away the meet from the ,Jaxites. I menjts showing here, has made ar. First prize-One picture given by learned about the inspection but arrangements 4. 'Alabama, 11; Florida 4. j; i 4
i Miss Nora Norton.
The shot put record was broken by I rangements that all University stud. 51 Alabama, 9; Florida, 3. a ;
made it
to begin
Second prize One box of : were ,
cigars
: Lewis of Jacksonville, who heaved ents can be admitted for $1.25 for the Batteries: Fou'tlgame, Florida ; .
I given Speedy's place.410yard should the officers arrive. ,
:, the iron pill 40 feet, 7 3-4 inches, exceeding entire series of entertainments. }yesterday : Lyddon and Hardee. Alabama Hm- "
the records established formerly i I The Chautauqua begins May 6th Dash. The battalion is at its best, and ton and Nathan. I.. !

by Burns also of Jacksonville, and closes five days later. It will I First prize--$5.00 trade ticket given has had a near perfect attendance forth BatteriesFifth game, Florida ; 1 1 1Bt"
Sam P. Harn.
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of 39 feet, 4 1-2 inches. \pThere was bring a notable array of musical ar. past two weeks. The daily marksof ) well and Ward. Alabama, Mc- :
tists, lecturers and entertainers here Second prize-One box candy given Gowan and Nathan. :
some argument in the case of Lewis
tick., by J. Bodiford.. the various companies have seldom
who, it was contended threw, rather and the man who holds a season Play" at Tuscaloosa. !
than put the shot, but his work was et is bound to get his money's worthif 880-yard Run. fallen below 90 per cent, and this G. Georgia Tech 8; Florida, 0. :

; held as legitimate by Referee Buser I I hs: doesn't then he is looking for i First prize-$5.00 .shirt given by shows the degree of perfection with Eateries Florida. Hartman, Lyd- 1 .,

and was entered as a newly establish-I something that is better than the. Burnett the Clothier. which the men are taking the work. ion; Hardee and Ward. Teeh:
will take Second prize-One box candy given
series ,
The entire *
M best. Murphy and Wheeler.
: < record for the State. I Some target work has been goingon \\11

r The various events resulted as I place. in the city auditorium.. by McCollum Mile Drug Run.Co. and a course in a Ii. O. T. C. gal- Martha Murphre entertained daring ',

r .follows: i Among the Jacksonville fair visi- I First prize-Ope tennis racquet given lery competition has been fired. Re- the track meet: Barbarah Knight, :I'
100-yard dash-First, Burkem
1 tors last week were: Jean Marr, Jean by Baird Hardware Co. sults have not been announced Bessie:: Dew and 1\IiM Johnson who "

: third Hillsborough; second, Gifford, Vero; Cowley, Margaret Mozer, Carolyn Second prize-Five-pound cake given but will appear in the next yet'j are attending the College for Women ;k I
Vansickle Gainesville fourth,
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the Alligator. The juniors have ,
Broward, Geneva- Rob- by Eatmor Bakery. at Tallahassee. : :
Boone, Agnes
Snyder, Daytona time, 11 1-5 seconds. :4
; jn the firing of
Bertha Snyder, Dixie Logan, 120-yard High Hurdle. having some practice I
Running high jump-Baker, Jacksonville ertson, lox the Browning machine and auto- i Stetson who;: were i
Cornelia MeMurray, Florrie McMur- First prize-$5.00 of cigars given .- gun fairvisitors 1 :' 'I
;: ; Alsobrook, Leesburg; Fein- I Evelyn Beasley Mina Kalterbach, I by Miller's. ; maticTrifle on the range. ruest bere during the meet were: ': II

.lelstem Jacksonville; Beville, Orlando ray Charlotte Perry, Marie : Second prize-One umbrella given After the i inspection, Springfield ova Welch Marie Smith, Frances

and Ray, Winter Haven tied for 1 f r Alva Tupper Catherine Melson and Laura j by the Wilson Co.Continued. ;rifles will be issued and' ,the regular j o.1 g\al.\ Mildred Hampton, Dorothy -

fourth; height, 5 feet, 7 1-4 inches. "' Turner Hawkins., ( on. : Page .Six..t) ,-* ..springilfle-target'.practice wjU! begir' F 1rk and.. Jane Abbott ,
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I J i FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1920.

wo. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR. .

filled with- a merry lj l -
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I j lead by John Icenhour, was at its j| crowd of visiting young ladies, corning SEE A-J. .VIDAL .
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' i best and the inspiring music kept the i j.I for the numerous social affairs. 'E For Drugs, Stationary'
i merry throng dancing until the wee Members of the fraternity royally en- Articles Candies Toilet
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;; : I SOCIAL, ROUND sma' hours of the .night. j: tertained their charming guests. Cards, Waterman's, Souvenir

1. f I Refreshing fruit punch was served i j (Chaperones for this pleasant party Pens.

": : 3 J !lall during the evening from tables j I included Mesdames Leslie, of T.tfpu, .i j

!; placed in the corners of the room. !} Lee Daniels of Pensacola, II. A. Davis ;\ii -- ------=--:.

--- j Shortly after midnight a delicious ice i! of Palatka, Massey of Dad C.t .-. :
SERPENT DANCE. of their guests was the picnic party of '! DICK REID
t f j j I course was served. This consisted t McLeod of Tampa, Cody of Gainesville .- ,
I -- given Thursday afternoon by the S. golden-glow and strawberry ice of Tampa. t
; "Peppiest" among the ,season's uni6 -' A. T. at the Palm Point j! and Barnard MEN'S
Fraternity red
out the colors-of follows FURNISHING
I cream, carrying ladies attending were as _
f 8 ; versity social functions was the annual club) Young t
, |t Country when several hundred j{ and yellow and individual oaks,I Frances Douglass DeLand; TAMPA FLA.
' ball given the Ribbon : ,
by
Serpent I tudents and visiting girls, as well
[ |(iced in white.. Elizabeth
society at the Elks' Club Wednesday Elizabeth Range, Tampa; I h___ ___ _
-as members of the college dancing set
Gainesville society j
I Added to the Padgett! Tampa; Sarah Knight,
and Fl
PICTURES PICTURE
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enjoyed an afternoon of dancing S
visiting !It
students about ,
twenty
contingent were { Leona Lesley, Tampa; Jewell
f : i r swimming and general merrymaking. -]I Tampa; 1
ladies from all parts of Nelson -;
I visiting! young women gathered for': young { Larstinger, Tampa; Blifzabeth (
I Florida. The evening gowns worn Hawkins, Jackson- j NOHAIIORTO ;
: this big event of the I Tampa; Laura
F : year. The picnic started at 2:30 in the
all
: the by the young ladies were exquisite ville Marion Campbell, Tallahassee;i f .*
i Dancing commenced at 9:30 in afternoon wheh the guests assembled I j ; .
;f evening, continuing until 1:30. broken I at the Elks' Club\: to be taken }I i Confetti and made andserpentine a beautiful picture.added to |!J Ji Barbara Knight, Tampa; Grace Woodrow Earle!I Greeting Cards I

! only by ,the intermission at 12:30, to the country club cars. Upon of ':'Hildreth_ ILive Oak; Blair ,;
the merriment and .
jollification
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.; when refreshments, ice cream and I their arrival: they were told of a hidI this affair. {f Davis, Palatka. i'! ---- -- -- -- -
delightful
cake were served. The refreshments I i I den $5 gold piece, the hunt for which !I very |f & i&. : ,;
I The included large }
chaperones a .
.' featured the color scheme of green'I'lasted'! for nearly half an hour, followed -! f 'VARSITY DANCE. j
i number of patrons and patronesses JACKSONVILLESPORTING
and white as did the decorations of I by a swimming contest in the The closing event of the festivities
j who evening
delightful
most
I spent a "
the evening. j lake. I j as spectators. f fi of Track Meet week was the 'Varsity
GOODS'COMPANY
s ',: Preceeding the. intermission, mem- :J, Several drawing contests and an'i' & & & ; Ball at the University; gymnasium on J

f:; bers of! the entertaining club execut- j j I elimination dance were features of THETA DA CE.I Saturday evening. The best time of ;

r i ed the serpent dance m ubdud :': the program, which concluded at G:30j I -, the weekwas enjoyed by the large I

: "" ,." light, carrying a 20-foot green ser o'clock with elaborate spread con- I 1
I an One of the most beautiful and de- ,crowd present including visiting r "The Sportsman's Store"
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pent with electrically lighted eyes an'd !. sisting of sandwiches, several salads, j
>.-, lightful events of the social affairs! high school track men students of
I flaming r outh, upon their shoulders, I!J I pickles, caked soda pop, etc. I of last week was the Annual Ball giv- i j the university, and young, ladies of | .29 West Bay Street. Phone 74g

: : emitting blood-curdling yells, and i Attractive programs, printed in the i en at the! Elks' Club Friday evening 1 i the Gainesville society set, and other | J Jacksonville Fla.
:. : .. concluding\ with nine rahs for_'their fraternity colors, furnished souvenirs !!
| by the Theta Ribbon society. i cities of the State. I II ,
; '" r club] and another set for the Theta I l lj '
of the 'OCCasion, which was pronounced -j I .
j I Perfect in every detail were the I II
''f r t.. Ribbon society, which attended: as! : by all an enjoyable one. t decorations used in the large ball I, --- -.---- -- --------...

1: : the Serpent's guests. # 'r i : ,
The room was attractively decorated K. A. EASTER CALL. -

e' in green streamers and festoons. of j i Popular Goods ,At Popular PricesBURKH1MS .
P steamers ,
I t I opy of red and white and :
: Spanish moss: lights being smothered The Elks' Club was the scene of a i j I festoons' -AT- ,
of
I (I Spanish moss was en-
r jn green 'and subdued to the extent
.,: brilliant social event Thursday evening !i! hanced'by various. pennants and ban- :
. that a soft glow was cast over the.. I when the Kappa Alpha fraternity -' ness fused effectively on .the sides of
t dancers throughout the evening. of the University entertained their ;' the i
: I f room. The lights shaded in red I
,, The University Original Jazz orchestra -
friends with their 11th annual Eas- i ,.
furnished j cast a soft glow over the room and'i -- ----- -
music
for the occasion -
ter ball. I j jI each member of the Theta Ribbon So- ''r
playing all of the dance
latest ;
I The programs were neat and attractive i-ciety the band :
music featured recently in the University i those of the ladies being in j of red was ribbon conspicuous by : THE THOMAS COMPANYCOME ;
f I! worn diagonally across I
minstrels, as well as pleasingthe <; white and those of the men in l leather, ;: his shirt front. Members of the ,! 1

dancers Dardenella especially with, its rendition with the Greek le tters "in gold and i i: Serpent Ribbon, society wore their j IX AND SEE.US' FOR BASE BALL FOOT I .
of \vhifl'h' has
gained
J untold popularity among the college' tied with red. They were distributed green ribbons in a similar manner. ,i' BALL-TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTING GOODS.You'll }j
at S o'clock by the program com- : Guests included '
; visiting ladies,
dandng'sets and which'
upon the jazz i t mittee. !' .
members of
the Gainesville {
dancing
orchestra has worked hard in preparation -' '
The !
spjacious ball tastefully --.
room was -
for the minstrels. set, and several university !men, who'
,.decorated with red and yellow !' were not ribbon society members. i
*' i streamers caught in the center of the I I
Chaperones included
S. A. E. PICNIC. room. The lights were hooded in the : Dr. and Mrs. Ti' D R alP I WI
( I' A. A. Murphrwe, Dr. and Mrs. J. M i ij :.'
1 chosen colors and pennants were used 1 j i Farr, Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Leake, Mr. [ .
"Something new, featured by real i
effectively.The
0 i and Mrs. E. F. Cannon, Mr. and'Mrs._
pep and a corking good time for all University Orchestra I, :
.. .. t Jazz I W. L. Cody, Capt. and Mrs. Bloxham ;
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j > Catawba punch .was. served during lI ,..
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-* I the evening and proved very re- j -1

!!freshing to the dancers.. At midnight T A6.LOR ::1

? f r J a delectable buffet supper .wasj j ,

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=::1t olive and pimento sandwiches, sal. f'[ ,Alteration

; i tines and coffee. .! Cleaning Pressing '.-
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Deep SUbject. + .t i
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The inter-collegiate debate at the + + + + + I ;1
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TJsiversity of Florida Friday night ,'c. ; .. : >,*: "" ::1

letween the Universty of Florida and SOMETHING r-;
NEW : I'
-)IY FORD & .f .
:LoU 5iana State, resulted:in a victory r .. ,"" .,' <-. :; ... J

. :'!or;the visiting team. The affirmative The Ford'is i my chariot. ? TonguesoxOurSnoes :. I:

side of the debate, "Resolved that I shall not want.,' A UIt t I

the coal m nes of the United States maketh me 'lie?.)dolh in wet.. ": .
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should be owned and operated by the It ]
destroyeth my soul. "
Federal government," was upheld by It leadeth me into deep waters. .: \ <, t e '

: :J. B. Lachman and R. N. Bauer of It leadeth me into the paths of .<> 4.. AYoA t

; Louisiana State, while W.. J.. Chambers I ridicule for its name-sake. +) HP 11 ;

It prepareth breakdown' .c 11 .
a
H. R. DeSilva for me I '
1 > and represented the 0 u a. ,
presence of mine enemies. in'I' .
s the University of Florida, in the neg- .
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I will fear more evil when it 4) .=
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ative.. .
I with me- nIts .
The judges were-Q. Thomas of '
rods and its shafts
Ocala, Col.! George Ilulvey.of MagHolia me. dkcomfort| I :'
Springs and Rev. D. Adcock of : THEY'D TELL A FAR MORE INTERESTING STORY THAN ANY WE ,, ,
anointeth
Orlando. .". .. It my face with oil. COULD THINK OF. THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY FROM THE ; i
t' :'It* watel1J\b&lleth\ over. :r + I 0
The winners in' the High School ;..Surely I TIME THEY WERE CUT FROM GENUINE CALF-SKIN UNTIL THEY ".
_ to Lizzzie
Declamation contest were Silas Bhck- low all the goodness if : fol- ? ', WERE TRIMMED, FINISHED AND SENT TO ONE OF THE THREE : -. !: :
me day of my lift PORTER STORES TO BECOME PART OF THIS GREAT ORGANIZA2 2
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of Jacksonville, first Edwin
stein ; :
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shall dwell '
in the of the I
JJnngle, Tampa, second;\ R. W. Cas-I.Nuts': forever. }house TION'S POPOGANDA OF QUALITY. -;-::t'Vi
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len, Fort I : ;';

Guyton, Marianna, fourth. From Brcnau. : I BLACK, BROWN AND TAN LEATHERS IN LASTS THAT FIT,. THE I -: -

FOOT COMFORTABLY AND CORRECTLY, r 0
Dean-"Mildred did that 1

iU-: AWAY HEN RIDES SIX young .
man smoke in the parlor last night? 0 '
IN FREIGHT CAR.
DAYS ; Everything that Men and Wear .. 1. ,
Boys
I found matches there. : : vCoVner i
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(By International' r >ervl(>e.> Mildrer'i"Oh n& lIe just lit a'
Mass., April 22.-"Out- .
Clinton match to see what time it was." .
law" railroad strikes, freight embargoes I i :;'"' .

stalled trains and sealed & .
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" 'Pat," said his employer.: wantto

box cars black held Minorca no terrors hen that for a hopped handsome t' make 'Wl8 protect! of this pig." : ,<: : 1G 1

"Now, share," rplied: :.Pat, "an'it's 4)
aboard an open frieght car at Nevir- ; '
just like you, sad AWanipus. .' ,
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Six days biddy < \
the car\bumping along over the rail- Birthday) '-:- ajaoirersary ,of one's : Bay and Laura ,Jacksonville, Fla. : .
birth observed and
.only, by mere
road ties. Hayseed in the car pr.o'Vided ; :- .. .

some food, but it was very drylin I children.tionproviding 4> 0 .

the car-drier than elsewhere in. food.and shelter for police- $ ..... +"... ............""..". .
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chance to beginat I
trip, for when the car ,vat openedhere Explosion-A good
stood cackling I the bottom and work up. 5hi' ttfit'f'.t'fi' i it3i' i'i i tfi fi'3i ili 'fi iYi ilfi5 ti' iyi' iyi t'i '
the black hen Lyric Theatre:
t Faint-A woman's bluff. u:
over a freshly laid egg. Miracle-A woman who won't talk.
GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO.
The visitor is being held in a
I Mind-No matter. FRIDAY i
garage here awaiting word from I 5 !fi i I
i1ML Two Worlds, Norma !
is minus a Daughter-of I
who
Xrxirvill champagne--The NOTED FOR QUALITY
someone in f-
that notices i
staff .
wandering biddHAYING >. I the world eo.rottnd,_ : .:, Talmadge., I"5 DIAMONDS, FINE JEWELRY, CHIN AWARE, E EGLASSWARE
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NOT A MATCH =----- SATURDAYMary's I
LIFE. I eo..x notMi;; hsR i 41, West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Pbrida. lI
SAVED .FIREMAN'S Pir.thik c Anfcta. :
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Smith C-ntre, Kan., April .. \
with which to morning.Vou IBA.'t; : Back to God's Cotmtry, Nell Shipman. :
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Not having a 'match t 6 x Ir ,
1 light a c.gar :a.ed the life of a fireman TUESDAY I .,
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on ore of two locomotive at- .. .
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tached to a train that, had become He said to her. over -. t.. ;(
here.Leavinp After his weekly visit; j"
stalled in a the snowdrift cab of near the engine in '"Dearest, will,you marry< --. ". It 1 RIi! &gyagRifiUiiafius! -

which he:had, been ;left to keep up'steam "Why, yes," she $aid, "wfio is ttf WEDNESDAY I i

:' the .'tallypof started. bask i Princeton 5gee. Widow by Proxy, Marguerite- Clark. '

thetcord after a lTht. He from had the hardly tend..reached 1! Funny about-Vietrola e *d a- THURSDAY_ i SOUTHERN MUSIC CO. % i :

car for $1 1 I Doris Moore. _
get "Smilea, ) TOM
60c can
For
the engine's boiler let No ,lives 1 1wcre : you
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go.
3 JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Largest
you can get "$Ieles," and for fUO 28 ADAMS STBEET > (

lost.Bllyaou's' "You!d ee Sitfp tieA" The 'AteFad I c.. i ous Shows, 3:30: to 11! I ; S -- I I"


IS DESTROYED'ODDEST HOUSE BY PIRK. ist\ ........-. I' .' \ PASTE THIS IN YOUR ROOM FOR.t Stock In the South of Musical Instruments -' 1 .

1 Grecar.. REFERENCE.Flowers. 7-
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!' rl''t.a-f'w. : Campus Green.. !I i Strings. Drummer's Traps, l lII.
ft.-'Tbe
r !J't' City, Mo., April Paris Gjeen. ; i .

r o1d i _:. 1 use in Platte City and one Dark Green. 1.-; ::t:: .1 IUld Sheet Music 1 I
[ of the <,idest in the State, was de- Gang-Green ,' j II. ,
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: str',\ .d by fire the other morning.iv L g-4 ," ?' I ;'>1 I

; \house, of the old colonial typ ,. ,Sa' :" ,""", \ MAIL ORDERS SENT SAME: DAY 4tI RECEIVED .

s ani! tit family home
.:( "-, District Attorney Francis M.,r rf .' .: For all occasions. 'Prompt service. .- .,
!fi! 1r a 1IB1J'11BYif!
f \v1u, ,1. va built in 1857 by Elijah ""- --. H. McCREARY
H Mui'on.: Chief-Ju5tfee of:the Stt- F..... .... i MRS. H. j ft L -. -- ,. .. -.--- i

r I"' '.' I' +urt. and one of Missouri the framers,. Archie Tee.feorgia Tee.. . 0 Representing \W F\ ... ..... .... ... .!.........; '
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t ENTr I,. TPee.Pro. ..- ...:''E1 :, Mills, the.Florisi\\ I
i Si'litiw. .StJ-PERINTES FU. I Eyes t GlassesFt : .
i.- 'rTee. ? JackawiTiBe,
r COOWN7 QUIT HER JQBdSa St *., :< J .
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1 .' ,Kan., April 22.-Mtea is tff have a new hospital.The \ u ---";- I.. .. ,, : .. '
f ,; ,. U. "bpd County Snpe wf and I Friday and Saturday of this week ;
UjAS will
r. ; ; m be concrete
KO MLAY.
GRINDING. :
4"t, ,. t ri School?, can't quit her Job. bsfldrag ** .0 wards with t the bankers association of the"state l.'w : EXSE : \
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f: 1," : Hi s-foJUns. anoooBwd'HeJeet ..*b*\eantain JtW beds &4 &*..., aD Perat1Qi will meet in Pensaeoia. This State association and-I : (l H. COLES & S N'j
iate-tw composed of both j
f r: 1; I -.t !! widi< latmdit.kiteJteD., nurS' JIDOJB, is 1
hart for 'the job i room, national banks, and the meeting will Gaiaesv]lie r 1' r; i'
t, t. t'0 : ; I *** r weD eP1P-> \ ,Jewelers and Optici.ns. : t.
t' :...:,1 ., f.,mi i. si, was. asked to'ft-I dining room e will be provided I be presided over fey Forrest. Lake,'of l. "
Cental TQoln and ...............'
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l j '- GOOD Clothes, do not cost more- than lir I .PALM PARLOR__: ;



cheaper ones.. The difference is marked I iJ\ "ICE, CREAM. DE LUXE '.


only by the make. You know, !I I J.Popu- :1 ar- and-.''' Classical Sheet Music. High Grade- Cin> f;,;-

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808 FRANKLIN ST. THE HOME OF HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX TAMPA One of Florida's Best Hotels. .

Rates from $3.50'to ?5.00 per day, American Pran. .

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IICmCKEN i Haven; Gifford, Vero; time, 24 ;3-5 ; Order Your Visiting Cards Nowi
PILAU seconds. I S. OGDEN CHADWICK,

-'I Running broad jump-Baker, Jack- I I i Commencement is not far off and you Manager. ,

. t ,: FEATURE OF AG- ;! sonville; Lewis..- Jacksonville; Burke, I i will.avoid disappointment by placing i ;
' We \ ,
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order for now.
; i I Hillsborough; Scotten, Gainesville; your r
distance, 19 feet, 61-2 inches. 'showing all the latest styles of engraving -- ------= -

ENGINEER MEET i I at moderate prices. The plate j ...-. -.. .- ..-...-... .-.. 9.F
One-mile run-Carter, Vero; Brend ':':' ----- -;; -- --
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la, Ft. Lauderdale; McNeil, Jacksonville '
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The chicken pilau given oy the ; Link, Orlando; time, 5 minutes, ;,the cards. ,Ii i. 11
Benton Engineering society with the 28 1-5 seconds, I I120yard i! PEPPER PRINTING
I II cO'1 1 The University Book Store :
k. As Club and the faculties of both high hurdles Baker, C
I Jacksonville Feinkelstein, Jackson
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ii colleges, as guests, was a huge success I
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" from start to finish. I i Basement Hall
y SIDNEY W. GODWINAn :
Gainesville. ; time, 18 1-5 seconds I .
clubs called to f ,
The combined were .
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President>> Yancey of the Engineers. I I Ii .
order by I Hughes, Winter Haven; -Middlecalf, old University boy I 10tJt
.! i He told of the value of co- i Orlando; Alsobrook, Leesburg; dis- 4 NEW.. LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIOXERJ ,

:- operation between the farmer and the tance 40 feet, 7 3-4 inches. I '" LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS, 'FRESHMAN : .,;t
engineer and,then outlined the plan I' 440-yard dash-Clarke, Jacksonville candidate for Tax Collector -
< t. CAPS, ETC.
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i of entertainment. ; Powell, Hillsborough; Gerow, : iaIt
- First of the clever skits showingthe ..i
| Hillsborough; Meddling, Ft. Lauder- of Alachua County, ,
work of the Engineering college-1 i dale second's. '
. time, 58 1-5 ; '

the vas civil a demonstration engineer by R.of T.the Hargyave work of I i i! Pole* vault-Alsobrook, Leesburg; will appreciate the support I .Everything. : For The Students ..Gfth

Hunter, Leesburg Gedge, Orlando
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veyors instruments he told of the I Williams, Tallahassee. ; height 9 feet, : of the t .. fq
I 8 inches. + boys- :""t .:ZZZGainesville+ Tt.: ..... ; .::; -
marvelous benefit to be derived from .I do
the Seaboard..University 'short line, I 220-yard low hurdles-Sherrill, .' ----- !
the right of way of which he had just I Hillsborough; Jones, Jacksonville; i I Ii -- --- --- --- ----- W
surveyed. i Reicher,'Orlando; fourth, disqualified; Ii I I -
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f Carrying a fqw left..handed mon._ 1!i time, 30 1-2 seconds. t} I ,. 4 pipI

j key wrenches and a young locomotive, i i Declamation contest-Silas Blick-j BUY CLOTHES I Furniture 11a pIh1
appeared next L. H. Barwick and L. stein of Jacksonville, first; Edwin i Co.

9L MogarthJ who almost came to I Bringle, Tampa, second; R. W. Cas- ,i !
Blows over the mechanical engineer. I sen, Fort Pierce, third; and H. M. NOT CREDIT itT
Third was L. "J. Tatum 'attired in I Guyton, Marianna, fourth. i i ,
lineman's costume and wishing I i I ..
proper Scores of the various a
schools were D. R. COX _
to show the work of an electrical engineer .. as follows: Proprietor. "

j searched about for a sole II Jacksonville I !'- Phone 86 ttto
Dr.1 53 "
climb till someone suggested ; Hillsborough, 28; i--: 5
Leesburg, 12; Ft. Lauderdale, 121!r .
himself '
proved toa
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Benton who Very \ :... 3 II
i adaptable to -circumstances.Last : I Orlando, 9 1-2; Gainesville, 9; Vero, I I \ .... ,
Winter Haven, 5 1-2; Key West, 3; 4
was chemical Engineer, MaLIJade. ; 1- f
Among the marvels he per.. i Tallahassee Daytona, 8;,Dunellon 1.INTERCLASS. 1; Marianna, 1; i': I!!: .' _- o:7. .- : i' """'"' Sr."Z t i
I formed were: The turning of vrater I i i- DO .
BUSINESS
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tp wine changing a common
ferocious tiger, producing Mess Hall | TRACK MEET I. THE FLORID NATIONAL BANK"The 1THE
milk from water; and the lighting of l''[ TO BE HELD ON MAY 6Continued : I Ii

f a cigarette with a piece of ice-
( from Page One..) New Million Dollar Bank": Resources Over $2,000,000.
After these enjoyable sketches, W.' l .
220-yard Low Hurdles.
V. DeFlorin further mystified the Ii I ;;;':'''' '';;:'' '''
First prie-One box cigars
night by allowing fire to burn be_ given _
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by Palm Parlor. I -- --__.--
Death the water. He then arranged k
hada Second prize-One pair tennis shoes
the apparatus so that everyone
f given by United Shoe Store. *
bones) their 1
chance to see the of \\v.
hand through the XRay and to see the Shot Put. i j IS :
THE
I l\IARAB'LE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER THE
FOR ,
First prize-$4.00 straw hat given
copper spectrum. through the spec. by L. J. Burkhim. i !urn\ I UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
troscope.The I
Second prize-One box : '
'1'owd.a3 the divided into candy given ., t
by Vidal Drug Co. i : to \\-1
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groups and shown over the building j H'f .! r
Running Broad Jump. I 1 !' -
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After about a half hour spent in inspecting First prize-One box cigars given' f .l.I' \ h1{ I I
by F. R. Hartsfield. .
the auditing the crcttj come ., I 1 IU I
out Into the yard and forming a line 1 Second prize-One box cigars given j : ;; I :J, I r DORAN'S BICYCLE SHOP
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with mess kits passed by the huge I by. Gainesville Supply Co. \ East Main Street. 'I.
kettle, wherein was the greatest enJoyment ._ HighJump.. j 1 I Ii FOR BICYCLES, :MOTORCYCLES, ACCESSORIESAND

: With a plentiful of the night dishing-chicken of this pilau.was by First E. K.prize Fagan.-One-box? cigars given'' i !J \\, :: I(!%, 'I I I.J REPAIRS : .

served pickles bread and hot coffee. Second prize-One pound jar Prince- : -.J '\ I ;-
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SCHOOL, TRACK MEET First prize-One fountain pen given -BOYS ;

I. University Book Store. Models Now Every room ought to get a good live THE
New Spring on I daily. Subscribe for
One;
(Continued from Page ) j Second prize-One pound jar Prince ATLANTA: GEORGIAN and SUNDAY AMERICAN. acrackerjack 'I
Display-$30.00 to $40.00. Contains : :
-Brendla, Ft. Lauderdale I
SSO-yard run- Albert
I given by LewisChitty.I I sporting section. Delivered 20c. week.
Lauderdale Bell, per
Ft.
; Meddling ; P. H.
GILLEN.
J SHOP'II Agent. Room 41, Buckman HaJJ
MEN'S FASHION
Marshall,
Jacksonville Hillsborough
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