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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: April 30, 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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itCH NINE !I MINSTREL SHOW'- -_' >1 i t:

TO ELECT A.. A. !'FINAL '

ION BOTH GAMES I WILL PLAY MEET FOR !AMERICANIZATION! .. : I Ii

INJAXSATURDAy -
OFFICERSVITH\ DEBATING CUP i IS FEATURED IN =

;f_ HERE:THIS WEEK :

I I ,I .. OTHERS MAY 7 j I TO BE MAY 10 1 EXTENSION WORK. : I '

i SECOND GAME WITH UNIfBRSITY Will -
t OF FLORIDA MON- I 'Give Afternoon and Evening j I i VOTING' TO TAKE PLACE 'AT f .

I DAY> AFTERNOON SCORE Performances at Duval Theatre. for 'CHAPEL.PERIOD MAY 7 WILL Lawyers Will Meet Arts and Science f COURSES OF INSTRUCTION BEING I

f Kotanans. BE CONDUCTED BY NEW SYS Men in Debate Over Important CONDUCTED UNDER DI. +,

TEM. State Question RECTION EXTENSION DIVISION :
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:Thirty-five strong, the University I AND WOMEN'S CLUBS.
e Inning Game Tuesday Proved The final debate for the .. .
will Faculty I
fitel to 'Gators After Nine In- PrTdfelS' go' tQ Jacksonville Officers and Two Directors of Ath- (.
'!Mfg of Good Playing. and will play in letic Association to be Elected With I Debating cup will take place May 10 I Dr. Charles F. Davis is Head of New, : ; t

I i t the DUYal. theatre ,Saturday afternoon' Alligator Staff and "Y" Officers. at Peabody hall, when the Lawyerswill :Movement in This State, With Aim l ;
and i '
: evening under the auspices of the -- meet the Farr Lit. team. The i for Better Citizenship.
I (. Tech romped off' Monday Jacksonville Rotary I
!{J rgia club. i -
". The show |! Officers of the Athletic Association subject. for the debate will be.. : Re "
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m with its second baseball vie- has been rehearsed I An Americanization school under
night this week every will be elected next Friday in addition solved: "That Florida Should Adopt a 1 .
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and
r over Florida ,y' defeating the a special rehearsal I direction of the University Extension
4 will be held Saturday : to the Alligator staff and Y. M. No-Fence Law. !i 1 I
aggregation to the tuna of 9 I morning I Ir ;\ i iD. in the
r I in Jacksonville, and all indications are : C. A. officials as announced in the'Alligator W. Keen, H. O. Pemberton and I Division was formally opened !

), loose pitching in the eighth in-. that it will be even better than when ,1'' last week. The balloting I H. W. Freidlander will debate for the |I I State this week: This school was heM '

ET .(' which let the Tech mew through i r presented here several weeks ago. I will be conducted in chapel under direction Arts and Science men.. Debaters fore I at Orlando and closed today. The !

; four runs, followed by two morel New features. have been introducedand f of representatives from th the Lawyers have not been chosen !I I next will be at West Palm Beach and I If

;3-tfee .ninth being virtually respon-i I several changes have been made j i f three organizations, representativesfrom yet, but will be announced some time I M f will open May 3. Others will be conducted .
1, in the cast. Several additions have the student body, and from the ,1
this I
week. i jI
the one-sided .
for score. at Lake City and Pensacola
t
I I been made

,'.fie. game. was unique in that the I'I I I and latest hits in will the be musical introduced.numbers I II I I I faculty.This new system will be tried this :I j I.the near future. :'

players slowly tightened upat I I year in order to eliminate red tape A., T. 0. FRATERNITY j These schools are conducted under I
the direct of Dr. Charles
supervision
I11Mgh the game, whjle Florida TARGET WORK IS 4 I and the necessity for calling separate I F. Davis Americanization expert, of t
I[i elections. Detailed instructions for I IS CUP j jf
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systematically slowed
as conducting the election have not been : WINNERi the Extension Division, and the Florida 1
Especially was this true of I' f ;i Federation of Woman's clubs is
BEGUN
i FOR SEASON :}worked out, but will be announced i&. -
;)Jifcry and Liddon, twirlers for the I l I chapel Tuesday. ; A ta. meeting of the Pan Hellenic !i sponsoring the movement. The object 4 .iI

-- 1-.0 aggregations, for while Liddon !l 1|I No candidates for the staff wtih ex- I" Council on Monday night the scholarship !I of the schools is to train leaders

.r 'Ji M ted a beautiful game, it was i With the issue of Springfield rifles 1 ception of managing editor, have been I cup presented each year to the who will assist in the study of Asncr {

,.. ;.in'to be seen that he slowed down i i! to members of the battalion work on j announced, and this may necessitate fraternity making the highest aver-1 I! ican government and civics. I
M&rably before the ninth: frame]j jill i,the spring 1 holding the. nominations for the Alli age,: was awarded to the Alpha Tau j The following is one of a seriea of.' ; !
target practice began irj.
closed, while Asbury didn't seem I I' I I gator staff open until the time of the Omega fraternity interviews which Dr. Davis has given

r i let,into shape before the sixth. are being giveni I election, but the Athletic Association This cup was purchased by the; on the subject of Americanization:

It was in the eighth inning, that I'i i qualifications are passed the work on I II nominations POSITIVELY CLOSE i!! Council representing all of the fraI i "Continuing the consideration of

b& really got past the Florida I I the gallery range will begin. Aft ,r I three days before the election, according I I aetnities on the campus, in 1916 and !: the declarations' contained in the

liven, for in every other session ; this the large range will be opened i j to the call issued by the president.!( was first won by the Sigma Alpha preamble of the Constiuttion; wi* i r

fe, local aggregation seemed fully S i and the regular practice will take 'I! Y. M. C. A. nominations may be made{I>[ Epsilon chapter, as having the high.! have seen that justice demands strict I

_,equals of the visitors. Settle 'goO i t place. :l from the floor of the meeting, although l! est scholastic erage for the:: term 1!C t uprightness, fulfillment of obligations, I

*first in the beginning of the eighth :j Before a man can qualify for the the cabinet will recommend 1916-1917. The Pi Kappa Alphas won' honesty. Here is no menticn of a'privileg't'd {

r **r Flowers had fouled out to Harj 1 j large rang', he must pass certain I men for the jobs for the coming year I t the honor of possessing the 'cup for'! class, whether millionaire I

tei.and Settle and succeeded in get j tests as definition teams relative to j I With the exception of C: S. Hal! ;; the term 1917-1918 and the ward just j or proletariat, no compromise with i t

tag to the second bag. Settle died at musketry, pass a' nomenclature test ] the Alligator staff has been unable oj made covers grades for the term I| truth for expediency no premium for

ai ted,however, but when Barron f olWd j j and qualify on the gallery range. I find men whom it would recommend: 1918-1949.. ]! self-seeking"If or egotism.
the
for the positions, have felt The grades of the different fraternities citizen as well as the foreigner fOt
Settle with a hit and two men j The gallery rar.ge will be open I! as they i 1

i tyre on bags, Liddon tried a freak j jjfcy from 8 to 12 and from 2 to 6 everyday I that the men going out for the places ; averaged by the. registrar.were: {j brought on to probation seek could but be !i
follows. justice and {
as to do
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endeavoring to get Barron at.; Saturday, when it will be must be qualified for them. Hall f is I ti
( except I an experienced A. T. 0--------------. .....80.64 j 1 justice j our political atmosphere would abe \
bud and at the time, watch: newspaper man, and -
4k Settle third same slow in.I Iw open from 8 to 12 only Captain I! will be a sophomore next lie j K. A. ..---.......-.....-v.--...77.69: i cleared of its threatening clouds.
at too will be year.
but was whileadvanced Ward or oneS of the sergeants I is well acquainted with both the'technical I, Theta Chi .......---,.....--.......77.06 What, in the rule of the mob, the dominance ,i
and let the latter home, Ito j -
peg in charge all the time; and men ready ( : ............_. of a class, has .1
I side of the work, and also with S. A. E. ....:_...72.79 I the revolution
Setae to second the peg.tebb will be ; i
given a
on pass the tests j' University conditions The Alligator .P. K. A. ...... ..-..... ..71.00 I 1 ist to offer that can take the place of .
secured a clean hit which got I chance at any time. As soon as this'is j justice to all?
fca_ to first, and took second on a. dote, opportunity to fire off the staff feels that more satisfactory re- { The averages of the fraternities : "If 1 f ;j
suits for the last are much lower than I in our conduct as citizens,
could year
; )I&s ball through Coxe. Liddon then I| will be given. ;: be-obtained if the nomin-I \ we '
gallery course have
molted ; atio'n of the other two officers is leftto I at any. time since the cup has been ; forgotten this primary object of
Turner, and both men werehrought Captain Ward urges that men get t J
!! the student body. offered. This is explained by the*i our government, are we to tear r. j I
in after a sacrifice bunt -by qualifications as soon as 'pos. the
their II I fact that abnormal conditions fuel constitution? What can I
we put
"SpiVey! and a pass ball through liar- sible, as there is'a large number towork : {! in the ,
place of
dent to the war, and particularly the i it that is better? Cer- .
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dee on Mitchell's strikeout.' this GOOD INSPECTION ,
h ,, on the range year. work of the S. A. T. O. interferred | tinly not communism with its direct
Florida after.the rally
came back considerably with the usual routine of''I action and war the
upon
sad it began to look as though she two men were on, bringing in Coxej 1 only portion ;
I FRIDAY OPINION I scholastic work. I of our citizenry that is i
capable of In :
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,mold rally, for Sfadison led off with j and Gray for the tying tallies. | I. telligent action; not the soviet with- ;
drive that got him to first. Sue Florida's infield could' rot be OSTIiOI''F : fits
j I -SLi1.1.EY ENGAGEMENT i graduated scale of ,
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representation
teeding men went down, however, and | charged with losing yesterday's con- : CAPTAIN WARt ANNOUNCED I that removes the in the .
I power
his finalrtme the in other i government
action was repeated in the ] test, as has been case far
from
!, ; after Ingram had. scored a run : games of this season, for although |I The St Petersburg: Independent 4] the' true the reach of the people ,4 .
source of that: '
the first half being brought in by j jRower's !! nine errors were chalked' up against': Definite Report From Inspection; says: .1 r not in .socialism, which power; '

home run, which went down i) Roach Gray* Byrd and Hartman, : (If R. O. T. C. Unit Yet but. is BeHered '. Mr. and-Mrs. J. B. Osthoff' t3f New I every incentive to would idl.troy
individual
I initia-
fie left field line past the fence at j I none of them was a costly one, un to he Favorable to Board. York City; announce the engagement t I tive. ;

k western corner of the field. til the twelfth. In the inches, the! i of their daughter, Parthenia 'Elizabeth -* "To insure domestic i
infield stuck together in good shapethe That Friday's inspection of the to ]Robert C; utility.tran.-
Second Game. i i / SmaUeY.. f. this j i quility at home, within the
oft
i Hard luck and a few costly "bone-.',' only two runs being scored up toj f University unit of the Reserve 0 f- city. The wedding to take place. n} our own people. What body
.... do
i eads" after nine innings of the pre t-j i i the seventh, being home runs by Turner ficers' Training.Corps by four officer s the fall. i by tranquility if it be we mean ,

beat playing ever seer on Fleming t and Webb, who slashed out left j of the General Staff of the War Department Miss Osthoff m is a charming and acj I I a satisfied condition not of quiet, repose I

Field caused the 'Gators to lose and center field soarers respectivelyin I I will'result in the institItion's complished young woman and" is a I In a state where this mind!
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their third baseball game 'to the faGOrgia st the fourth and sixth. j remaining on the list of the ; talented musician. She graduated' i in there is conditipn prevails -%
no struggle of
class "i
Tech aggregation Tuesday I Ia At the beginning of the last half country's "Fifteen Distinguished Colleges both voice and music from the Gincinnati against class there is
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no
of
** score of 6 to 3, Tech's men scor-j t of the ninth, after eight sessions of ," is the opinion of CaptainBloxham Conservatory of Music and the success of mother jealousy

% three runs in the twelfth after j fruitless work on the part of the!r A. Ward, commandant of! also in Chicago under Herman Dev- i to create discontent by; no undue disposition:

Florida, in a ninth inning rally, had) 'Gators Getzen went to bat and h'u } cadets, who declared after the in-'res.' Miss Osthoff was a visitor her (Continued on Page Six. eatene ./

tied the score at 3 to 3. 'i to Turn'er at third, who threw him spcction that the battalion never ac- six years ago and has many'friends ] ) 1

George IIartman, the hero of the at first. Getben was followed byj: I quited itself better than in this mot. stain: the city. __ j; formerly was a student at the Unu

fay, not only pitching a strong game Roach, who got to first on a clean hi .I important test of the yea Mr. Smalley is the son of Mr. and j versity of Florida.

+fe spite of the 13 hits the Tech slug- At this point? the 1,000 or more Althogh Colonel W. T. Merry, chief}! Mrs. R. C. Smalley, of 22&&coLd ;i Bob Smalley is a member of the i
local
gets secured, but tying up his own0drf Florida backers went wild, and it I of the inspecting party was reticent! street south, and is a prominent t'j' chapter of the S. A. E.-fraternity ,

,> in the ninth by slashing out aehtficld was seen that the support from the to remark concerning the manner inj i young business man in this city, being I j and was student here in '1516. Hi

'. liner in that session while (Continued on Page Two.) (Continued on. Page Two.) j connected with: C.. Perry Snell HeJ many friends here ; I y

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r would happen this time,,j came from Blake was RETURNS TO THE STATEl .
:j, GEORGiATECII. NINEs .- made and the I third! Madison struck out and Ogilvie 1 For Drugs, Stationary, T ..
i .. WON BOTH GAMES I bases for several comfortably hits were filled, but Mad! flied out to Ingram at left field. Ii University circles will be pleased to!i Articles, Candies, Soi ..
.7" Second Game.FLORIDA i Florida of Cards, Waterman's .
i to .
third Roach'sboneheadt return
1 1i" Turner at of the
to
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graduated -
who
at second when he ran, I Charles A. :Martini,
bleachers was putting heart into the : Ab R 1I E, in I
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, U. of F. aggregation. 'I he dOm co&dihave}"i4;:third remained on Roach's at second fly, when and I Blake 2b ...-...............:.... ._.6 0 2E g I It from and the took College a Master's of Agriculture Degree at. i Jt

:. Ward followed Roach with a single,, L who at that time Madison. If .... .. .......:._.....6 0 0OglIvie 1914, College in 1916. He worked i DICK REIDMEN'S
, relief Oglivie
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sending the former down to second,.. l Z upon third to make the winningrun d ...'......................,6 0 1 0i Iowa State county agent in Aia- bI
but Roach was later caught out at was wf without Geuen, rf .-..........._.......n..S 0 1 0 as assistant counties, and for the,
i session again
1 1 third. Gray followed Ward and got ,:)ends g the i Roach, -2b ............ ....__....-....5 b 1 2Yard chua and other been field agentin FURNISHING*
1 : to first, advancing Ward to second.: a scare_ ,, ,I. \ c ..........:........_...........5 1 2 0 past three years has and assistant I TAMPA, FLA.
At this juncture. Coach Beck put In'the'eleventh, both teams fought I Gray, 3b ..._............-............4 1 1 .q. swine husbandry for 1 j p'I
husbandry
', $ C. C. Coxe in as. a pinch hitter to hard but were unable to score'a tally,, I Gray, Sb _..._..._:.................... 1 1 ; fessor of animal of pro-I PICTURES and PICTURE FR. p'1 I
f bat for Byrd, which proved a strategic I but in the twelfth. Tech's players Byrd Ib ... ........_....____........3 0 0 I Georgia State College Athens, Ga.Mr. .
to a fare-ye-well and I. : .........._ 0 2 2 with headquarters at I
move, for although Byrd may I tightened up Hartman, p. ..-_.. .._ 5 j 1 recently been
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; did little merry-go-round work. .... ... 1.'1' 0I :Martini has NORAH; '
have done well, Coxe started Flor: I.Cox Ib ..._... ---- Industrial Departm E'm-I:
the
'-" ida's score rolling by slashing out a 1 In this last session Wheeler.got ployed by

r.Jo- ::. hot one through short bringing in j to first on Hartman's wild peg ,to I -- Totals __..........._.-...47. .3 11 I I of Development the Seaboard Agent.Air He Line will Railway have offices I Greeting Cards
;' Ward. Hartman then tied the game! Coxes was advanced to second when, GEORGIA TECH- J I! most I
; .- up by getting hit which brought Mitchell slashed out a hot one to Gary I: .- Ab R H E I in Jacksonville, and the spend agricultural ---- -------- ---
:x,k : in.Coxe and Gray. who missed 'it, letting him safe. In-I Flowers 2b ._......-7 l' 3 0 I I of his time developing and
l' i Hartman however was caught out 1 1t' grariJi got to first on Roach's error,' Ingram. If .._._.._..._-.... ..7' 1 4 0 I I. and live stock industries of
s-: ;;: trying;to come down from third, and I I a wild:peg after a clean hit and advanced Barron:d '--.._..___.....-:_.6. 0 1 0 j looking after colonization Florida.Mr.plans. Martini, JACKSONVILLE
t : ended ,the third inning without taking both Wheeler' and Mitchell"Settle, rf ..'--6. 0 0 0: the Seaboard in
1 it as it looked for a time as! across the plate while Ingram came t Mitchell, 2b .._...:_._......-6 1 0 0' married last year at. Brooksville,I SPORTING GOODSCOMPANY
t r, : though he would.In in later on a pass ball through Ward I Wheeler, c ___...________6 1 3 0 Florida., and Mrs. Martini will make
: ; the first of the tenth, Tech's men i after which Mitchell struck. out.Mnrphree Turner, 3b ...._.__:._..__--6 1 1 0 her home in Gainesville. Mr. Mar I II
,, mere all caught out at first and I flied out to Roach and end-' "Webb, lb_- -...- .:-6 1 1 0 I tini was a very popular and well
F Florida again came in 'to wind up I ed that half of-the session. O'Leary' p __.___.5 0 0 1 I known student during his college days J, "The Sportsman's Store"

the fracas. It looked for sure as When. Florida came back, end soon Murphree, p _.._....!_._1 0 0 0 and his many friends in. the State'will ,I
welcome him back to Florida and 129 West Bay treet Phone 7fiJacksw.

-. ; Totals ____.___56 6 13 1 will confidently expect good results .\ilk, Fla.
'f .- Score by Innings": from his work.
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Batteries Florida: Hartman,
'1 Ward; Tech: OXeary and Murphree BURKH1MSTHE

Wheeler.
Summary-
Two base hits: Barron; Three base -.--- '-
..rlJ hits none; home runs: Webb Turner -1 I,

; Base hits off Hartman 13; off I THOMAS COMPANY
: O'Leary 11; strack-out by Hartman '

&o ? round soIt dirk 11; b). O'L aryf 4; by Mnrphree 2; I COME IN AND SEE US FOR BASE BALL FOOTBALL I
balls off Hartman, 0 off
Base on ;
1 TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTING GOODS.
0 ,I O'Leary, 2; off Murphree 0, I .. .

Fellowship college or ; GOOD INSPECTION FRIDAY .1 .
OPINION OF CAPTAIN WARD ,,
out of it flourishes best ..
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with good food and wholesome ( themselves DROP IW
i! which Florida men acquitted i

drink. Ice-cold in comparison to other collegesof .
the country, reserving his report,t .
Bevo--unexcelled. for an official announcement at the ;
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end of his inspection Captain H. T.1 You'll Be Welcome Whether or Not You Decide to Eu? :
beverages in purity and Bull expressed the battalion's work I
asfuU of pep," while Major T. L '
; S healthfulness,--iS. 'most Knox F another member of tie party 'OHo F Stock

satisfying 'as a :ink by : was loud on in Fleming his praise Field.of the His drill opinion exhibited :

itself. a relish with seemed to be that Florida's university I {
will stand high among the colleges of TAILOR '

: rOod that makes a happier i.; the country. from a military stand I },

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repast The fact that the inspection was a '
short ,one. Listing from 8:15 Friday I Alteration. t Cleaning S Pressing i ,
morning until 3-JO in the afternoon,, 'I
ANHEUSER-BUSCH. ST.LOUIS : led Captain Ward to believe that the I Phone 354. GainesrEe.gfiiggagng

impression made the inspection
upon
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It must be ,on Fkmming Field in full field
equipment, followed by an inspection I II
Ice! Cold of arms and equipment, tent pitching,
exhibition of bayonet won;, < lesthen.II
KNIGHT & WALL Cftit
121 and ics, other close-order maneuvers.drill, out post duty, ,

; Later class work in map reading I DEALERS IN ALL SORtS < :
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-- S'r I and other branches of military .

-S : science. -. was held. !m Athletic and Sporting Goods:* :

: The Hotel Detroit of St. Petersburg .
will have forty-six new .rooms TAMPA FLORIDA
: added before the summer is very far II
advanced. r

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y0te:-W* couldn't find.a'. Ford but I don't believe it.:.-Ex. ': -s T, ..
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it is Spring some;;heavy ones might I Visions of the Prom. .. \
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A taxicab a little whirl- J ; 1

ge-Well, you know "AbsenceI A cabaret and a dance till three4 !

I the heart grow fonder." ,Yes, college life is comedy. .

I She (bang a \ ise".. little girl)-Oh, I or Our Shoes !

'yes; but propinquity gets the kiss.- An empty pocket book next day- .

| Gargoyle.SJie You hock some clothes you tried : '
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I | ever been kissed bye man.
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)He-Hhat's sort of.* a slam at the tragedy '

tet of 'em isn't -Jack-o-Lantejrn,. ..,, ..' ?, Punch} :Board. j
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\ When a girl of twenty seea agrange hapiiness?" A COULD THINK OF. THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY FROM THE 'V'

man, she asfef.; /'Who is he?'" '.. 20 per cent Listen'I-V 4 TIME THEY WERE CUT FROM GENUINE CALF-SKIN UNTIL THEY I

When she is twe ) -five she aria: Iff ,per cent 4 WERE TRIMMED, FINISHED AND SENT TO ONE OF THE THREE : '

What is he'" '-: 0* 2 per cent beer. t O PORTER STORES TO: BECOME PART OF.THIS GREAT ORGANIZA- J

When s1!:*.' i is thirty, How. much has I 58 per cent raise in H. C. L. -.J' TION'S POPOGAXDA- QUALITY. .A. 1

}e," :. : 10 per cent'wartax oit Jnercot$. 1, 1

\ But when she is thirty-five she asks!j Total-100.- >(i'.e
jfFor Pete's Sake \vhere Is ,he?"- I I why profs. aren't the only one starv- I,. FOOT COMFORTABLY AND CORRECTLY, ;

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J # Uo red lips were. upturned to I Concerning college football teamr. j: .
your own, ; I II Too oft it comesto, pass 1. .0. \ ,

-I With no one togossip about. it, The man who's halfback in the field, t ;"

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; leave them alone? Boston Transeri. ),t. I t

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doubt it. There"little shimmie \ <> .

White and. Blue. Don't you cry.You'll .
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z The niter Kitten. :;", Bye and"bye. :** -. I : Corner Bay and Laura ''" ', .';>. :, :r Jacksonville, Fla. :

", -queezed her in 'the dark and Anon. D

Kissed her; .

Ii And: for a moment bliss{ was hisExcuse .- "1tF.SUltfiECTIUCOCiT.tl.-- < .. .+ y.... ........
me. but I thought. it "was 'LATEST THING IX I'.VRIS.
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I Paris, April 26.-They have a new
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GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO. '
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Say I print a kiss your !
them ail." It is called resurrection Ii:
he asked! ; cocktail. The recipe is as follows: I :r; NOTED FOR QUALITY !fi.

he nodded her sweet permission; t Mix two-thirds of lager beer with one- j ; i:i fi DIAMONDS, FINE JEWELRY, CHIN AWARE, E
rather
th';> went to press and wine and shake carefully I Ii.: !inW 1fi
I third of port j g GLASSWARE AND SILVERWARE
gut s;; with a large piece of ice, so that ,it '' !iLi i: 511. We&t Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida. ,
hey! prqtl' a large editiEC I much. \! \1c :
does not dilute over ii ifi
The Vamp's M:tlot : fiP i
Bob Eagle, drink dispenser at Clajridge's !
; ,.P CLASS PINS-RINGS-MEDALS-TROPHIES
says three is the most his !J I-, I I
'Eat, wink and be wary. imbibe with reasonabte I .:K !ffibIHn5CTiSSKfiffifiS .
hardest patron can j $
certainty that they will get ILc i
Ar.1, then a couple for th profs.
; home. Medical experts say the combination -

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having an !
0"ort cut to lunacy, at'all injurious. 1

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SKIN SHOES
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l ,MacUier fJt studying(! month thee or I so know, r CUT FOOTWEAR- PRICES.Illy < .1 i SOUTHERN MU !

,J31 send me straight below Intern.,ti,.'u,1 Xrw ..er...tre.l
1 fjj&to m-'rave.-Ex.: tI St. Louis, Mo., April 26.-Shoes of III I I 28 ADAMS STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLA. !

: Ir shark skin may be the long sought The Sto"e'for' !1'i -- ifiifi I
Academic Nerve.College !Hi
highcostoffootwear
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much salt I' for panacea for I
J | did Prt'sident-Hnw wanted? evil, according to papers read at Largest Stock In the South of l\tlusical.In- -, j :
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you say you the American -
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Professor dollars I
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College: sidellt-What-Fifty doou Chemi Society heie. The papers bRg struments Strings, Dl mn1er's Traps bn ;
I results of experiments by "Regular
ltk you are, a bricklayer?-Ex.r I II revealed various expert the chemists to find substitutes and Sheet Music x I ILfi

: Extravagant. I I: for leather. Fellows"Whether I
ii4lShe's extravagant, isn't Shark skin was one f many fish i

'slit'w. M.IV ..<- j 1 I i i skins experimented with and, according : its clothes, shirts, tiesor ; MAIL ORDERS SENT SAME: DAY AS RECEIVED "I

*be' dresses to the scientists, it was found that the boy know 1 $ :fi ;
"Hideously so. Why,:: i I! hides of cattle I II accessories : J u: '
better than her C'OOk.17-Ex. a leather similiar to where the styles ate iSfcewn ; i riYnYti 'srts'5'fititfi j5'3i.i s itft fi itfitfi iyitfi
I! and other animals could be produced :
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*A Freshman once to Hades went, i I through certain chemical processes.For I 1
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Sat to earth I -:::: : :::':;<>; & and "Society Brand"
they ant him back ::: ::::: -""- !
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.Be again, Wa-. too green to: .bufI3.-Ex.*frt. i Flowers ::1 Young Men's lightweight, all Eyes- ; ? Glasses ,
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'reach."Vlbat' doe.-; \V-O-M-A-N; t wool, hand tailored suits, S35:; to Tested. Fitted. 4S i '
service.' $10. Palm Beach suits, $18 $20.LEVY'S.
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fill l"'Wi\\, : do they say knots on i + .

the ycean instead of miles?" the Floristi : C. H. COLES & SON j I i
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*\fcean *t:do* without knots."-Ex.tast Lv. Jacksonville, f'la. ? JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 4 Jewelers and Opticians. Gaine dlle. Florida. j

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: an Sportier Ed. G. P. A .Local E tor. J
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:. .Fla. nader the Act of Marti _1S':).
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.* are tin kind of Be, said BearensSeld; Kes, .
f;,Itie: *. That appSei to. the recent eeliege .'.te 'p'i the Leave of. Na-

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For Cwoprwaaies Eeserrat3.as 1,434. .
If For Unqualified P.atffira tiffs ;
For Lodge Eeservatios' =f5etzasnat
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T..aL 1s.5 75M TOE cNAPpv.LfMb: DRiNk'For
faction tare been getting c nfort from these figs: indeed the

ItS bare coctribated sometMng to the bappioes ef the State y ,
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r Lodge finds the result b be: "it's always fair weather whenood

1! For W3oa '_'__'_'_--_'______.___-aiz per eest w : .r: fellows together"-with
I Against WibeB -- _--__.-631- per rem 9.': ,:. a'T Bet
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Senator Hitchcock finds that his faction has 1M.QOQ votes and jrsatorI
| crSy: r JXtIj. So be tabulated the returns at the end of a perfect day. different drink, of distinctive

Sfrbody knows what the 61,494 wast. Nobody cares. M fong- as every r' h flavor-cooling,sparkling pleasesand
fan claim them. Bat when z -- 1,494 what do lds B:3 equal, satisfies.-

pie World Almanac. fists tome 15-9 "prkmpal BBirersittes aad eettegvs f tf

United States," giving their enra meats, eadowmestf, libraries, etc.
SCHOENHOFEN COMPANY
lis straw rote was taken to only 4 Is."ben .
1 q CHICAGO
Blackstone College for Girls in Blackst.ee,. Virginia, is not ia the t

s bit of "principal" isstitoti&ns. But Senator Hitchcock posted At all soda fountains and in bottles
side to the Tote of 47J pirls for the treaty straight: :2 for mild reser-
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come professors voted with the students bat John Hays Ham- -- .
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f ly of a cease to be a lunatic- Nobody can difpreve that either. Sohappy CALL FOR MEETING OF ATH-
LETICSSOCIATIOS.. GAINESVILLE FRUIT STORE

these figures suggest the teacher: of mathematics who entered far-i' Fru.ts and Draft Beverages Cigars, Cord Dr.nks and B vo Ilk

iSEroom and asked: "How many of you understand today's lesson**;j Notice is hereby given that on Friday Thank You. Come Again. l

ill held up their hands, and he walked away. The next .day he asked the seventh day of May. 1&20 at X. S. TAMP AS, Manager. r.1s'
me question, and they all answered. "None of as know.** He nodded ; 12 o'clock in the Gymnasium, on the ; ,
ilked away. The third day be asked again who understood that day's i campus of the University of Florida. I ;
and they answered "Some of us do, and some do not." He nodded there win be a special meeting of the I
"Well, tbo.6e.ho do, can tell those who do net" be said and walked ,Athletic Association of the University -'4 : !
That 12 the kind of man to teach what this straw vote of Florida for the purpose of I FORD HEADQUARTERSJ i 4i 4t 4x i
if anything The Brief. electing officers of said association !
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for the year. 19201921.Nominations R. ALDERMAN Prop.
vice The Home of the Famous FORD MOTOR CARS Accessories i
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for president, : -
cable from The Harae says the former Kaiser b now a poor man. '
and Supplies and Repairs.
as that .t* concerned, he always was.-Houston Post. president, recording secretary
members of the Board of Directors: 6
four in number shall be made inwriting .
acre is no slacking by "white collar" workers. They have to hustle -- -- --
giving the full name class.
the white collars.-Philadelphia North American.
I | and department of the nominee and :
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-------------4I the association. AH nominations must Shoes that wear
,. be presented to some member of the! UNITED
SHOE STORE
MOLNAR'S DINING ROOM Board of Directors, namely: Bivina;'I Ii Agents for Crossett and Educator Shoes.
i! L. H. Wilson H. H. Bushnell. and C. i iI .

Around the Corner" i C Cox not less than three days before -- '.
;S the date of the special meeting.W .
50 Feet Off the Square. W. GUNK i

THE BEST PLACE TO EAT-TRY IT President.HIGGINBOTHAM THE NEW YORK RACKETAgent

Regular Mealsor I : forFlorsheim
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A LA CARTEL f On your way to the Ur:vers.ty; :, Ill'f

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C. SMITH Member* American Association of Title Men. Members of Florida

I moved to South Side of Square, four doors from McCollum's Drug LILIENBLUMIHCYCLES :I GAINESVILLE Association of Title FLORIDA.Men.

e. New Spring Shoes coming in every day See the line before frhasing. f 6

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BlBODIFORDDRUGGIST l TRACK I given by Unity woe Store. f I
; i score-rthree. .months' pass't&I Shot Put. ,\_ I
i Young MEETMAY6 the "Lyric theatre. First prize-$-t.00 sttalYJa..gyre{ .- t
| 100-yard Dash. \ iy L J. Biirkhim. -: 't- .A: !
I by'1'i Second prize-One bsa candy+ gi ti1tt :
First
J prize-$5.50.meal ticket .
Interest in the J j. Vidal.Drug Co. : 'lr*, tRunning '
inter class Track .
-' I .Alachua Cafe. !>
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j Meet, which will be held May 6, is bejing -;; Second prize-One pair of tennis I!.1: First prize-One liox cigars giverefe: -::-..- ,'t, ;
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Do Business With I aroused by the possibilities of'; shoes gven by James Chesnut. : 6y F. 1L HartsfieW. ... s: : > ',: Ti
,HWEi STATE BANK l : sending a good.team to the S. I. A.A.i -" 220-yard Dash. i i Second prize One box cigars giVeI5-, ,
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I Meet in Atlanta May 16 and 1?, and First prize-One picture given. byj i by'> Gainesville Supply Co. ._ _
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also the large premium list which is I Miss Nora. Norton I f, .
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4 \ prize-One box cigars giveaby : :
S .o E'S I being contributed by Alligator ad.t Second prize-One .box: of' cigars E. K. Fagan. <' :_ a I
J I vertisers. given by Speed's place.440yard : Second prize-One Prince
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The inter-class cup will be a perma-I Dash. ._ Albert given by LewisChitty.s r; I,
M.[ .TENCH H nently rotating while of course First ticket I Pole Vault. .;- ''
g B;; 1 I II cup prize-$5.00 trade given. ,
I I Ii the other winners retain their cups. by Sam P. Ham. -- I First prize-One fountain pen giv\ .>q
i This inter-class en by University Book Store. "'
track meet is for the { 1
Second box given
prize-One candy
O :Gainesvi 1e. O {i sometimes disagree, but both Father purpose of developing athletes to send by J. S. Bodiford. ,' Second prizes-One pound jar Prince;;,. J' :
;and Son approve of our Tailoring in i to Atlanta to compete for Southeastern 880-yard Run. Albert given by LewisChitty.In r: i
MrJlpFlorida.- J' _its. _every. detail. _The father b proud honors on May 16 and 17. Every First ,prize-$5.00 shirt given by'I addition to the above list of '1
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,; E U1 a well dressed son and vice versa. class therefore, should get in behind 1 I the Clothier. prizes. A. 'VBlue of the Lvrir.atre th@.ii- "' .
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I I'We make clothes that please the old I I their track athletes and urge them to Burnett Second prize-One box candy given 1 has extended an invitation to all :-i l
man, the middle-aged man, and the go out for practice in order that they by McCollum Drug Co. contestants in the meet to attend the- .1 I
SfH; O E : S young man, too. Clothes for business I may have the honor of carrying off Mile Run. Show after the meet at his expense.-. t..:q

or social occasions, and our work is I the y. E. Jacobs trophy. First prize-One tennis racquet given I Boat\ service-between Gulfport and ]' t. t

-,.,-' characterized by elegance, style, neat-I Following is a list of trophies and by Baird Hardware Co. Pass-a-Grille will be Continued if 1 1
.M" :.x. ;;t' '"1 ness and finish. I I prizes, and the names of the businessmen Second prize-Five-poun cake giv-! United States court approves the sale the1)4 .!
Spring Line on Display. I who have been &>. generous and en ,by Eatmor Bakery. 1 I of the three boats sold at auction i .
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public-spirited as to donate them: 1 120-yard High Hurdle. yesterday and .
I purchased by T. J. Hel. 3 ,.
;BAILEYin NICK D4MATO To the class winning the most First priz -$5.00 box of cigars given I ler, the successful bidder, who is a ,, ; .
Tailoring. points-the V. E. Jacobs Co. trophy.i by the Wilson Co. 1 winter resident of,St. Petersburg. The 1'I'
To the winning relay team-the L.+, 220-yard Low Hurdles. !j boats sold were the Gypsy, Spray and ,
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,'. inTAMPA- .< Pressing and Repairing. C. Smith trophy. I i First prize-One box cigars given"'i New York and were bid in for the .:9! I
To the individual winning the most, by Palm Parlor. i unx of 113,400 by .:Mr. HeIler.f .-St '.: ,.. I
points-the C. H. Coles Co. trophy. I I. Second prize-One pair tennis shoesMILLER'S I Petersburg Independent. '_.)ti r

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.On Made Standard-Merchandise" I { JACKSONVILLE fl Baird Hardware /Co. .'.-. I''

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PARK I DORSEY'S DELIGHT COFFEEADAMKATZ&CO. I You want in the l line of Fancy Fruit, Groceries and Vegetables .

|exclusively designsin I I at the .Low .t. Prices, Call at the HOm.URO() f". :

fine tailored II' I III
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Two-piece suits of 87. Gainesville, Fla.I 4Ctoi ::
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Tropical Worsteds ,.. TAMPA FLA. (
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CLOTHIER IJ. W. .McCollum & Co. 1 Chesnut's Shoe Store; repair nrh-

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