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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: May 7, 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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semiweekly[ former <1962>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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JACKSONVILLE) IS I NEW.CHE1I1STAT < J BtlLLOTING 1 FOR 1:: FINAL DEBATE; IN" A IERICANIZA ri ONI ; :. i J I!


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I OF PHYSIOLOGICAL CHARGE; TO TAKE, PLACE: LAWYERS. AND ARTS AND : GOOD l iPRESSIOtf P- 'i:
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I WILL BE SCENE OF : :MONDAY, NIGHT TO DEBATE SCIIOOI.IIEI.6
EXPERIMENT FIRST .
[,j YISITED MANY IMPORTANT STATION j jW ii f ELECTION OF ALLIGATOR 'I FOR : IN Old I
CUP.
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PLANTS tf. j STAFF AND I DIRECTIONOF .
Dr. R. RuPrecht OTHER OF- |1 --- I EXTENSION DIVISION:
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arrived Oscar Norton. .
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the University j'f FI EUS AT CHAPEL and F. OF If. OF F. A ,
Raiford SUCCESS
fjfl Go to Wednesday and and is stationed at I i I N. Mellor will uphold the negative for !I
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LIook, Ot"e-r' State Prison l' as physiological cham- 1 the lawyers Monday night, when they Other 8t'hools111 I
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1st. System Will be Conducted it
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;": Farm There. j I will meet the Arts and Science team' State with Co-operation of .
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Dr. Ruprecht !} Next Year's
graduated from the Officers in i; in the final debate of the year for the Women's
qubs.
i[:Fifty or more: Agricultural students,( Rhode Island State College in 1911.j Various Organizations : Debating Cup. The debate will beheld ':

took his Master's degree at the in Peabody hall and will begin Much good
wile up the 1920 Inspection Tou l Mas- I i promises to come from I
Which went to Jacksonville ]last week. j 1914 sachusetts;! Agricultural College in j I! .Election of officers of the Alligator i J';, 'at the,usual time. The subject to the I the Americanization Schools now being !r I
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JlTha trip, along with a visit to the 1 i and worked for a number of stafY.. M. C. A.and'probably of the I I 'debate is: Resolved: "Tl at Florida 'I;I put on in the State by the General
? s years in the Experiment Station 'Athletic Association j j hould Adopt a State-wide No-Fence Extension Division of
at for the the University
State Prison Rarm at Raiford coming -
on the f j that place. II' 11'I I
[ to Jacksonville, is ;year, will take place this'noon' in the Law of Florida, and the State, ( oI-
==- (rent way But as the superintendent an annua of 1'[j j! The Chemist, spent 'I 'Gymnasium. Some technicalities have I I JL '\". Friedlander, D. W. Keen and j i lege for Women; according tQ & ,I

1 ftheJ'arm at Raiford absent nell University, getting his :arisen regarding:! the Athletic Assa-I H. O. Pemberton will represent the Edgar Lewis, former President of the ..

l part of the sojourn was has been that; I I degree during that time. Since then j I ciation' election and* his may have i j Farr Lit. in the match. ]I Federation of Women's Clubs who .; ill

, t ? I poned,until .May 12th. post-j he has been engaged in industrial j I It to be postponed until some other '', .1 says "The Orlando school ban just
jl r| On t i work, and comes to the Experiment I I[ time,-but that will b6 announced. this'i 'r j i closed with a very successful program
Thursday morning the irspeci I ness with which the performance -and I
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I Station highly recommended. noon. I I pr ; visible results T$ 1 iew;ai
|t don covered the Florida Agricultural j sed.
1 gre i in the Lake
' .8 [!fSopply[ Company, Wilson\ & ToneIterh7izer r I Dr. Ruprecht has specialized partic- !i A large number of candidates abut re :; The orchestra led by musical director .j'j[[I! to the various-country meetings.sent
e plant, Armour ParkinsU|[ in soils, plant physiology. and ; for all the various positions with I Robert Swanson, is one of the best j j problems were discussed by who

'1ptant' and the Armour ,Fertiliser i \j I*collodial chemistry. .I the exception of the Managing Editor j that has ever been heard in the Du-; are doing their best to solve! tfe SHRI ,and ', ,
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:''works.- Dinner was served by the L 'I' of the Alligator, and the namesof t, val they worked hard and steadily I an open forum was condu.t +rl t Jfeily ',

? Armour, people in a refrigerating' M i f ff LOCALS i all the nominees have been placed ,throughout the whole evening and ,to for the purpose pf giving &, audiences
which sharpened I !, on the bulletin boards of the various them mast large share of the
IPODI a
4 the boy ap- j i go : 2U. opportunity bask gna!Hfons.
for the -.t halls SO doe to; tfre lack of space t' credit for the show's 1 I The
[ petite meat delicacies paeedl! I J. E. Auld left.school last Monday here success. i speakers presented concrete stlge ":
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::Before them. we are not printing the names The evening's fan started 1
j and returned with th gestions concerning the, the dtt-
j to his home in Miami. j'of I! ways
.. In the afternoon the Ags. I | any candidates. old fashioned minstrel half circle j zens of the State
v : were carried -j!! Probably we will see him next The could help iWndfe I
election
year j will be
c out to see the stock and pecan j "Rat" Nagle conducted under I Leonard O. Boynton as interlocutor 1! the postwar problems which *].. nt t
[1'farm of H\ H.' Simmons at ,.OaklaqTl d. Inspection Tour returned; at Jax.from the Ag.j i a new plan, the names of Alligator -I held Up. his end of the program: i in j only difficult, but,in many case d a-
the j Nagle'I candidates and Y M. C. A.I! excellent fashion, never failing in a j jpinch. genius to the welfare
; tn itinery included several I ;j claims the medal for 'endurance at i iAnnour's candidates of the Stgto a.t
,. :smaller farms, and wound will be placed on one bali J. D. Me ey rendered a beau : this time.
for the ,
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up luncheon, for the. Ag stud i i lot, and the voting will be done at one fiful ,tenor solo entitled "I Love You I "Doctor ;
afternoon "
at the Kings' Road AnguStock ents. time. Hastings H. Hart, of tfc* ,. '
Farm .. j the More for Losing' You Awhile," Russell Sage Foundation ,
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: : W. E.: has : Election '
Jones returned from Bar- of Athletic Association: of- which well ;' t
,?7 J. Logan. This was pttrhaps tbt* was received and calledffor I considerable attention during the
? best : tow, and is resuming hi* studies; at the j eejrs piay be-changetl: l, a* it is recce- three encores week. Doctor Hart J'
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,; Howard IIjll, former student at the each officer. This will necessitate different by R. K. Smith and he made a distinct the best methods "fo be: t '

I morntr.g was taken ut J : U. of F., spent a couple of days with arrangements than those already hit with his.excellent voice and I i used in handling our State instittttfaasvi .
: with '
'. trips to the International liar l last week. made, and'this may delay the s''\ ,
j u$ j was largely applauded. i ii for the: lawless and defective He- :
,verter company's, warehouse, the MeY- I A. A. election for some tim I "
\ The Minstrel men all returned from I| i The hit of the entire show was the f t pointed out the fact that Floriite-eaa.j -
rill-Stevens shipyards, Purity Milk B. E. Bushnell, president x>f the I singing of Mr. A Rogero who ill S not be I
.Jacksonville, tired, but happy. The y1 s .j excused if the makes && iul -
company plant, the Armour packin 'combined senior class will have en- ] real artist and brought down the takes that
: say that Jax sure is a fine city, and' ) have Wen made -i.:fttjbar+
plant wholesale storehouse, and nnally :{: many fine people. especially girls. ;| tire charge of the election, and repre1i I} house with his exquisite solo "In- j States in the development ef Jmf s&cj I
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the Purity Ice cream factory I j I! i sentatives from each o/ganization i j l victus." The audience were not sat- j Ial,welfare ageneie, becau.eam
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at the latter place, the boys were : : will form a committee to conduct the I isfied with this single number and[ profit by the experience
Others,
Junior Prom in Tallahassee last Saturday .
crammed with ice cream and \ i election. I '
sent i called him back different
on two 0<:- which has cost millions, if she but nry
I were: Bob Hargrave, S. G. ;
away gorged, but happy. ( ; --- i
casions. His work was marked b vestigates conditions
i Kent, H. H. Bushnell, Charlie Phifey j in arbor.States
.' All those who made the trip sa j j i: Van Huff, Franklin West, Dick rr'j!' MINSTREL MAKES 1 1i perfect poise, excellent enunciation'i I and adapts the bst ideas for her (s

that it was very enjoyable and hi hJ 1!! and flevpr terhnimie.. It is believed- own use. c:
Henderson.
George
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J ly profitable; not only for the factories i that this young gentleman has e I "Professor Charles F. Davii. .
BIG HIT WITH !
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visited, but for the benefits derived 'j i wonderful musical career before him "Americanization Specialist, imtste4

from the trips, also Saturday: j ")IA Y FESTIVAL" .NOVEL ENTERTAIN | i if he cares to follow it. .. 1 throughout his lectures that the difficulties I.

afternoon and Sunday. The least they!i f 1ENT.'MAY H.I 1' SHOWS IN ;! The end men were present on all i < and dangers which we are cow J.j .

., say is-"JJax has many charms. | JAX.t 1 occasions and made their presence felt j 11 frontingat this time are largely due f

The Raiford trip to be held next I I ( : i iI by their witty sayings, clever jokes [ 1 to the fact that Americans.have 6ef< ,
!I Uniquely interesting in every respect Thirty-five 1
5 Wednesday will undoubtedly draw f I happy and continuous comedy play. Espec- so busy getting rich they have fostin- .
a 1 is the program of the "May j f 1 traveled to Jax. last Friday, and gave I j i ial mention must be made of the teamwork terest in the operation of

large men who crowd have of enthusiastic the where Ag-.j 3} ]Festival" announced by the young. 1 the show Saturday before two good I j of Auld and Anderson as these I He also pointed out the government fact that, a .
seen j I women of St. Mark's Guild of Holy I is sized audiences in the Duval theatre.
a and how of farming and farm industries I I{ I two blackface comedians! mai'e' qa'tr Republic is always in danger.and that ;
-{ Trinity church for Friday, May 14 Walter C. Lynch, critic for the Metropolis '' I
;a hit with the local theatrical: aitenJ- i| the entire population mast awaked11J
in actual working in and near I| .
when all of Gainesville is invited t. i says: ; ants. I,
t Jacksonville. j*: I ; J the necessity of a greater fnterest faj
<* t |feast .and frolic upon the lawns o Before two large audiences Saturday In the second part of the projrnm I I j i affairs of State. ,

Hotel Albeit was the headquarters' the j beautiful "". B.: Taylor, .home;, "o,?' !J at the Duval Theatre the Greater '"Senator" Bill Bivens did x*"'?llpr.ti!i "The Florida men who appeared'

r- of the tour which was conducted' by West University avenue. j,:, i ii University of Florida Minstrel Troupe : work with the subject of "Polyticks." i the program and tile adieus alike on, I"I"I

Duval's county y agent, Mr.: W. L. ""at- i i Beginning,at 5 o'clock, a buffet sup- i I ]presented their stellar performance. [ Admiral Pusilanimous, who was none agreed that much profit *ad ,Iseea.

son. !I j per will be served on th'e lawn, suet -I I This is the firstS tjnte in the history : i other than Frank Spain, was the star i gained from these copfere../,*

r t plenented by an unusually attrac- I of the State University that they have 'attraction, the olio bill. The "Prickj j Americanization:; r School+*: Will be
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.r... KAPP.ALPHA: FRAT.EKXITY': j tire musical program which j\ill J ]played Jacksonville and'from the enthusiasm ly, Heat Quartette," which is advertised -i held at West Palm. Beach 3I q3- to vas

TO ENTERTAIN SATURDAY. I i I 1 announced in detail later. A stringed I I i with which the show was 1 i to break out only on warm ocean-I Ie | 7, inclusive and at Lake 'CJly:AttJT 21

orchestra will lend liveliness to the j i :received locally it will hereafter pan :' ;ions, rendered several very touching r; tr 14-.inclasive, ." ,*_ fc -
Alpha Eta chapter of the Pi i Kappa I 1 affair, which will_ be,further featured annual event.The..ttumbers 1 ;numbers. : : ,
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Alpha fraternity will hold a Mothers 1 T by fortune telling booths,! "and other 1 I on the'program have :') The mandolin quintet got by nicely, One .hundred and trtys Ii. leu

Day reception Saturday! afternoon, j side attractions a carnival nature 1 been well arranged, there being r.o.'i. playing three pieces, two of these under i t studentsare eentfng 1.bdf: ;bile I =

May 8, and in the evening will, entertain .' Ice cream, candy and ether delica hitches or jerks throughout the pleas '. lowered lights which put a strain i! attending the titiverlalg4f: <'}"svt- ,

with formal ball at the Elks' cies will be sold from booths in "nook ing program. Ballads, popular hits, : on the heartstrings of the audience. i jgin! this year. SteafgrapMfc ; wjlrfc,

I'f club. Invitations have begin issued i and crannies" of the big yard, all o' humorous stories, andnew, jokes kept:' The "Dance of the-Cobra: ," was a'! clerkships in the Uniwdfty a dL gjpi-

;.. for both the ball -and the reception t which, the hostesses declared, wil the audience in thunderous applause :I clever' feminine impersonation by C. tol, caring for children se n g'- at -

t and a large number of persons will comprise the most enjoyable and' I from the first curtain until the finale! B. Kingman. The saxaphone sextet parties, doing: ironing In private fam

tr probably be present for each. unique charity; function\ given in t i number. 1 1i '' was well: received and these artists i! ilies, mending making candy and W

The afternoon affair is an annual '>t city. i The talent displayed by the certainly!!i! could make those horns, working in cafeterias are among; the}Jk:

[ event with the local chapter of the 'A cover charge of 10 cents will b' dualmembers of the cast was well I ;; moan. The sketch ,with Klock and I II 'I occupations undertaken.'i':.

t fraternity, and has been observed for : made for admission to the lawn, thi worthy of the best professional minstrels i I Christiance went decidedly well. --. ". "

several years. and receipts from the supper, sale ever witnessed here. The show i: The final number was the Plantation I ward with pleasant anticipation to th$ '

The ball in the evening will be one i!Hof candies and other sources of profit was well staged and demonstratesthat I Jubilee, which consisted of old; time when the Florida Minstrels will \

t of the social events"of the year, and f j being for the benefit of the Guild'-: the boys have spent much time J time negro songs, buck and wing: return next year/' .

if large number of visitors from vanous i church obligations. in preparation for this event. They dancing: and the closing number by And the minstrel men all agrpe that _

parts of the State are expected i University men are cordially! iiI have been trained by an expert, which !: the entire company. \ when the time comes to"go. to Jatct;= '

to be here for, the event. '. 1 IR Ie I vited: to. -attend the entertainment.. '. accounts, ',' for the',-wonderful' smooth-. I}f .' Local 'theatre ,goers will look for-4'J neat. year,theywill-be right there; ; r' -

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Thompson; and among CAPITAL VS.
Judge Edgar

!f:- sociALROUNb': r1 r1r' Mrs.C.those Thompson E.in B.attendance Donnett and ,Judge were Judge Judge and and :Mrs Mrs.and.I I I "MOST POPULAR ;j I MEN'S TAMPA, FURNISHINGS, FLA; : *

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" '- attorney of Okeechobee,i! "The couple recurred: their to honeymoon FoilPierce -I J i New York, May 5. -\America is / OtlTONOVELTIES
f. i. Harriet 'C aik, a former' a prominent and are spending i .
"ftia.m M5Iur The bride came to Florida from ,at the home ef Judge and Mrs. !i! mpre interested the "c2.pitalys. I
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Washington in "February one I
a.' t r e2. a for:" er University. student] and attractive of the I
b: I The brine is charming according to the results <
,. f. ,". of Jhc bridesmaids in the Ycst-Futch j j issue -
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*" ; wtre man Pierce I woman and a contest --
wedding,latef going to Fort young | political platform r
, ; 'Week. Miss: 'lark is well known heieand for a visit wifh Miss; Jessie War !j, circle of,friends, who will learn with) 11[ by New York newspapers.
was p,.,: ular:: in .society circles, <; Parker. While in Fort Pierce, she interest of her 'marriage. :As the [ -Over- seven thousand planks suggested Jl\CKSONVlLLE
{, 'i.-. -:Mr. Murrel also i: .well knowfl, as he j' met Mr. Murrel: and the couple motor -J daughter of Congressman and Mrs:i and the most popular issues,
.... >:,.'::attended t'!:"* law school dating'the] =d to West Palm Beach; on March Clark, sV has been exceedingly popular -! judging from the number of punks SPORTING GOODS
': :ar;. .-' first sera!'s'+cr cf 1916, lat''r going to': 29, where they were attendants .r i I ih society circles in v,"Washington;i[ suggested were capital and labor, foreign -
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r,. rfc, .'.," Stetsonv. ;::>T> Jie graduated.. He iapaemb I i, the wedding of id4ss Parker and F : She has the bet wishes of her!|' relations Americanization, army COMPANY
.2: fe \_;, "r c; iSigma: A r'.a Fpsijonfraternity .. Lcslie Hambletoc. She visited ME: ;; many friends for her every happinessin ,.-c \5. .:r.d was initiated !isre. |J! Otelia" Medlin in Riverside; for about) her married life. ., !I i f constitutional navy "reforms, Bolshevism'! ,ii i *The Sportsman's Otort:
<|._ r P's f >* Hegardir-, t!hc:wc dnig, the. Timeslai ten days; returning from there t' 1 Mr. Murrdl likewise Iris a blast of]'r education, conservation of national resources -
*; x,.',' ; ui; 1 on says;. i iMOf !; Fort Pierce.where she apiD visited j friends, who will congratulate him on*. and social legislation. Prohibition 129 West: Pay ?"re.t. Pbore 745JacksOJ
:".;., Interest to mary: in Jaek;;on- !. Mr. and Mrs. Pernhleton and,'Judge{ inning so charming a biidc. j jBUY j was down as twentieth in the :\ilk! Fla.
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k ;>- Ville and throughout Florida, as we'll: i ii and Mrs. Otis E. Parker. | -- I list .

i, as in 'WasVngton, D. C., will be the: j.! Accompanied by Judge and Mrs. I _. .-- --.- -. ___,_ __ h'
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f. |C'.,' .E Ba2m Bcv:'i on last Wednesday, o i iHariit I motored West Palm Beach and de-' CLOTHES .r: 1Every i" '

f- ", ir ias' i Clark, daughter of C ".I Mrs. Frank Clat, *: I Itjatnesvilje j The : room
( ; eacman 8 returned to Washington. !
GEORGIAN and SUNDAY AMERICAN Contains ,
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'f '. Curtain Materials- '-and Window' Shades ATHLETIC- UNION SUITS, $1.25 $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 I
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;1.' ttdeit dime on SmIth a year ago, and With this issue of \",. 1> .
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cant too." I I,
There : THEY'D TELL A FAR MORE INTERESTING STORY THAN ANY WE I'
have been mistakes
Haman things must be known to COULD THINK OF. THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY FROM THE '

3 lie loved; divine things must be loved ,I<4. TIME THEY WERE CUT FROM GENUINE CALF-SKIN UNTIL THEY
to be known.-Pascal. And all that, WERE TRIMMED, FINISHED AND SENT TO ONE ,OF THE THREE ;
.. 1"4. PORTER STORES TO BECOME PART OF THIS GREAT ORGANIZA ,: ,

1I Speaking of Destinations. But we have tried 0' TION'S POPOGANDA OF QUALITY. ., : n nR,

!_l "My dear," said hubby after a long, ,'.,.:. ,': >R

1 lot argument: "you should never To do BLACK, BROWN AND TAN LEATHERS IN LASTS THAT FIT THE ; ;7 re
say such things. If I should be taken our best for "I' I FOOT COMFORTABLY AND CORRECTLY, + I
'away suddenly, what would become .- < ". .... .t ./ J'

1111r of 1 you should?" stay right here," retorted Florida. ......:.. ,p'j -;..'.... ... 1 1 ": Everything that Men and Boys Wear I : -} t >>

r tie wife. "The question is what ye ,
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: Several Differences.The No apologies. / ."' -.,, .. :
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ball had gone over the railings !

as balls will in suburban gardens We hope that ..., :
and small, but unabashed
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to ask for i it. ., : Corner Bay and Laura Jacksonville, Fla. :. .

Then appeared an irate father. ..
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killed one of my children with it?" ,
"But you've got ten children," To inspire the "* !Wffifi! SfWSHffiRfiffiffi2Uffira! !
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said the logical lad, "and I've only got 1t L Ii 'Sx

one baseball.-Chicago News. Present generation, i GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO. 1 I
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Happy Occasion.Mother"What's That it may in turn inspire I II I : NOTED FOR QUALITY' SS :;

the matter, darl- I j : DIAMONDS, FINE JEWELRY, CHINAWARE, :. .
mg!" Future generations S GLASSWARE AND SILVERWARE -
Child-"P-p-pa hit his flinger with 41 West Jacksonville Florida .
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the hammer." I IMother"Don't
To work for a bigger school. I
cry about that; '
jou should laugh." '-. i ii CLASS PINS-RINGS-MEDALS-TROPHIES 9i' "
And that i
Child-"!-! did."-London Blighty.Mr. we hope fl
$ $$ $$ ;

Henpeck: "Would you mind EACH FLORIDA MAN +R
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Yre been waiting on this corner for Will keep i I 0

an hour to meet my \vife." Ex. t x- L-iffiSiSSK SifiWSaififfiKffiHiaffiHiffiffiSfisWffiffiS 5; 5
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The good old pep, 1 IT)
He Owns Up.
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"Where, are you going, son?" Which will make him proud to I I SOUTHERN MUSIC CO.
"Going to call on a party down the I

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party.' If you are going to see a gen- The Storefor : 1i !x i
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say t>
"Well, dad, I'm gong to see a girl." x Largest Stock In the South of Musical Instruments 5w :
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Strings Drummer's Traps

There was young Freshman nam- The'force it Is in the world." "Regular -

ed Fox, .. ix and Sheet l\1usic' s ,
Who lavender stripes on his Yours for -t !fi I Yi'fi
wore ....i Fellows" !
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A Whether its clothes, shirts,
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On his waistcoat fi
the boys know r
Goodness! You could hear him for accessories
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--Th Chronographer. "Shown
blocks.-Ex. where the styles are
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s Staff Officer (who suddenly dived t Summer weight Hart,,Schaffner ,',

>f; into a shell hole, to find himself on "-.--; --"", sr.RO.i..a./.a & Marx and "Society Brand" i ....".+. ." ...."..... .."
( top: of a human beingj "Who's1his T-ij-- i: Suits $15 to $75. \ + .

,' ; Battalion?" Runner-r"It's a runner." i P tOWers Q Qi i Young Men's lightweight, all i! 4 G1as es..

American wool, hand tailored suits, $35 to i '
Staff Officer \Ie, tox" '; Tested. a ':.R Fitted.
I 14 service. Beach suits, S18, $20. I
i l Legion. I jf For all occasions. Prompt $10.Palm O .J I" 1

you intoxicated?" I II U MRS. H. McCREARY ? ; Ji
Judge- { ttI i LEVY'SBay i NO DELAY. !: t
OWN LENSE GRINDING. ;
Culprit"I was as drunk os amdge. I Representing MiMills y WE DO OUR 'V' .

Judge." "Yoa mean as. drunk as ;a'ord. ;!1 the Florist;*. and Hugan Street. ,i I C. H. COLES t& SON <.)
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1. Dewey A. Dye, _. DEPARTMENT. ............ ...".- Editor in Chief + + + + + + + + + + M+ !1 1y I p-:t;

Goodrich Copeland, ____.___.::.....__.__.____....._ Managing Editor I I II .
. 'i I*. D. .Williams ......_..........-.-...-..........:......-........ Assistant Managing Editor I Farr-Literary Society. '
i I Randall Hunter, -"'--.._ Sporting Ed. C P. Anderson._...Local Editor Impromptu speeches featured the "
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: H. R. DeSilva, -" -". Contributing Ed. He.ry Fuller, .. -Asst. Ath. Editor meeting of the Farr Literary Society "
y H. 31. Chambers_.... ......_...... Associates..W. Russell King I' !
; ==_ last Monday night. T. S. Ferguson i I Igave I '

BUSINESS DEPARTMENT a talk on current events; J. P. i .: > t.

: J I Driver spoke on Hoover, and the i I
! U T Velma Keen, .-.*-..-.---.-.......-....-.-.---....--._ Business Manager "Dark Horse" presidential candidates, I ,_ ,f
W. W. Gunn, __......_.._... .__.._____--- Assistant Business Manager the society ,,-
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;i I John H. Carter, Jr..._-_ Circulation Manager were called on for anything they
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: :' Entered as second.class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at Interest is being manifested in the t
4 Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1879. I baseball team and practice will be ;$
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. r Place all communications and news items in boxes Designated for that continued. A game between the Ags. :'
;'; purpose in Peabody and Language Halls. t. and the Arts and Science, men will '
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. :I Rate-The Florida Alligator, $l.S-O the year 1i I Next Monday night will be devoted Ito j -.
. the election of officers for the society |
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i WHAT KIND OF LOYALTY IS YOURS for the coming year. I I' f fG

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: .. It is with a mixed feeling of relief, sadness anal anxiety tint I type The Ag. Club became a regular I Dl1INK. .

I tth s, my last, editorial fur the Florida-Alligator. Relief bevaus? the long joint convention Monday ngiht when i < .
I } gird ad Ve responsibility is over. Sadness, because? it marks the parting the features of the program were j I 1K een.
., of the ways the beginning of the end of my school day?, the last' stepping short talks by various members of ::::.- ,
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stone before the plunge into the rough sea of life with =all" its responsibilities the club on Presidential l1ofsib 1i-1
!; and possibilities. Anxiety that perhaps in the future tht-. Alligator I Ir ties. The following Republicans were i RtreTU : .. r

r .; will fall into even more inefficient hands, and will go to wreck on the I given nomination speeches: Wood,1 .
r A wises of indifference and incompetence these rocks the larger and more B. W., Ames, Johnson, C. H. Curtis,
SNAPPY LIME! : DRINK'Her
,; dangerous is indifference. The feeling of anxiety is a sympathetic feeling i Hoover, R. S. Dowdell Coolidge, A'i j :

: r/J; for all the activities, not because I am connected with them and they will I J. Geiger. Then the following ; .. .
! .!" fade because of my non-support for the Alligator is my sole activity but Democrats were presented before the i answer is "Green River"Why fi 1-
I" because the feeling of indifference that relates to- the. Alligator is universal'' Ag. Club, wherefrom to choose a next ? It satisfies the desire
. I I"I MeAdoo J. W. Alger, A. i'
president ,
During the three" years of the writers' college career, he has always I ; / for refreshment, a cooling,
White Palmer, Marshall, L. L. Richardson
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y been attached to the Alligator in one capacity or another, so keen has been I sparkling, delicious drink.
Elwards K. R. Storms.A .
his interest, that once no sacrifice of time and work was too'large to make I I r r t
of the Ag. .trip to Jacksonville -
in order that a "li\e" Alligator might find its way to the student study report t
followed, in which Joe Scho- S.CHOENHOFENCOMPANY ,
table The keen interest that at one time burned so brightly, with such
field and Roy Drig ers told the stay- ;. CHICAGO t
consuming flame, has dwindled until now barely a spark remains, a mere
at-homes what they missed. I
ember, scarcely'ever fanned to life-and light. And why? exactly a At all soda Fountains and in bottles
It is because of the spirit. or rather lack of spirt, of the institutMm.1 Next Monday night election of officers 4a. 01920S.Co. for the fall term will be held. I 1J
The editor has become afflicted with the epidemic of is.l !
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spreading with such alarming rapidity over Florida University 'The
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},ere. Such a thing a> spirit, real constructive college spirit, of the sturdy t You have heard of the- reason for READ ,THE ADS IN THE ALLIGATOR ,\

variety poets rhyme about, writers write about, singers sing about,. and .all manner of things, but how can ai-| <
Curators orate about. does not exist on this campus in any perceptiable :man do work better by staying away 1 j 1 1L
quantity A few imbued with it. The remainder of the of students :
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are too sour to even be leavened by the feeble germ of spirit and loyalty. ;books to interfere with college life i i.jIf i :
that does exist.- [ Christ is immortal and has work !' C. SMITH --i ; ,
This 5s true toot only of the interest manifested in the Alligator, but of I' +
to do, why Kd He away" This t, !
go j has moved to South Side of Square, four doors from McColram's Drug
student activity, the athletic' teams, the debaters, the literary so- 'I
very will be discuss at the: |
question
,\ Store. New Spring Shoes coming in every day. See the line before
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'.-wties, the Seminole all feel the blighting hand of nonchalance.Some > ,t.Episcopal church this Sunday. i'', purchasing.
remedy must be devised, or the University of Florida will perish'I : J _.j ,
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from internal decay dry rot, the University can, with such loyalty manifested i :and that once found is remedied. Ai'i
never progress and develope as the location of the institution, and i ,restless loyalty, .not a loyalty that j' -- -- -- -- '__''_ -- -- ----'

the natural resources of the State direct that it should develope. I :dreams supinely of an ideal, a goal, .
Thtproper place to start cultivating a spirit of loyalty is with the ,without an fort to achieve; but a :: !
new man. When' the Rats first enter school they are possessed with an I ;loyalty that in the teeth of failure, j GAINESVILLE FRUIT STORE

.augmented idea of college and the spirit that should prevail, and for awhile { ;strives and succeeds. i i Fancy Fruits and Draft Bexerages. Cigars, Cold Drinks and Bevo, lOc :< I

they make things lively with their pep. Witness the to-a-man SUP-j Of restless loyalty of: the sort I 1 Thank You. Come Again. !
port behind the football team each year. The trouble is the good j 'have attempted to depict the Yale \1 _
mt shoved aloni. Once the football season is over all fpirit of cooperai j i ,Fence says the following: i! N. S. TAMP AS, Manager. ,

turn and! loyalty burn out. The new men become discouraged. There is no t ''One of the easiest achievements in ;,
who >enough about the outcome of the institution to laud them '! '
-ne //1 the world is to feel and to avow a .. - -- -
>in. The majority seem: to regard s*hool as only a means to an end, a mere I I1."Ol1'enience deep loyalty for one's university. Its : I ;
to aid in securing the training necessary to face life. Like the conventional thing to do, hon- ,
leeches we suck all that the scho .J 1 has to offer and give nothing in return. I )red by all traditions and hallowed i! FORD HEADQUARTERSJ.

Twenty years u: a long time in the life of a man. It is nothing in : by 1 the patronage of the best families. 1 R. ALDERMAN, Prop.

the life of a school; but it is ample time for some, impress of the past to be-,I t :So far as it goes, it is indeed an excellent ; The Home of the Famous FORD MOTOR CARS Accessories

.ome planted about the school, some associations, some traditions or at \! thing, neither to be mocked Supplies and Repairs.

least ("u -toms that may grointo the more dignified State. However i I disparaged. It has, however its.' .
"uch is not the case at Florida. About the only custom .fg to cuss the food': imitations 1 1n and it is all too frequenty .
) Mess Hill. The naked truth in the matter is that Florida stands supreme exploited as an end in itself without 1 ----- ---- --- -- ---- ---- ------- -- --- -- -

in the State, and stands alone as the only school without a spirit. regard to anything further. Its :I:

I'll venture to state that nine out of every ten high schools in the commonwealth i not this kind of loyalty that Yale I i i BEST BY TEST

train students who tnink more of their school l. and l graduate almnnae eeds or, in the long run, wants. Nora < Shoes that I
who love their alma mater more than do ninety percentum of the students it the kind that in the past she ) wear
who have attended Folrida. I in* had. Were this so, Yale would "J UNITED SHOE STORE
The trouble with Florida is found in the chorus of' a popular song. tot stand'where she does, nor would 'I Agents for Crossett and Educator Shoes.

-"Nobody knows, and nobody seems to cares." Yale spirit be a synonym.for the unknown ': .

Something should T>e done about it, some plans for the future should be ; force behind the performance ---------. ----- u __ ____ ---=:::
formulated. I confess myself utterly incompetent to organize a remedy; of> the impossible. What Yale does ,! /:
but surely some individual, or group of individuals on the campus are well rant -is* the restless loyalty that isnot I ..
(enough versed in student jihysociology to devise a remedy,and administerits content to view the universityn : THE NEW YORK RACKETAgent

execution, or at least ;get at the fundamental trouble. i the rose-light of .a finished perfection j
The matter is serious, and is a deeper problem than appears on the flawless within and fair with- j! [ forFlorsheim
-surface. Get to thinking loyal 'Gators, write your ,ideas for the Alligator, I (ut. The loyalty that sees the flaw i Shoes
they will be instructive as constructive criticism, and will be published in because it loves the ideal, and that I _
a department reserved for that purpose.A rill -not rest when it can still be ;I

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in the future of the paper, and the school, to offer themselves as candiiales always nearing perfection. It is by '
< for department heads. There are many competent men on th campus uch; loyalty that her sons may best Alachua County Abstract Company
they merely do not care to be -bothered. They hibernate during their put back into Yale the virtue they j I B. R. Colson, President
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I Members' of American Association of Title Members of Florida
bear hibernates the winter months. i Men-
.college years as the during j oak: from her, and may thereby keep
The spirit, the loyalty, that will put Florida en the map is that spirit j ver paid the debt that opportunity '! Association of Title Men.

2 bich is ever seeking the highest level. Seeking some flaw to be perfected, t J JIs wes to the world. i iI i __ GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. .,-

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T:: Florida. E !tf a well dressed'son and vice versa'!{' I TAKEN So tANC T' :)-WE WOULDr 't HAve w :;-:.:. t I
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