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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 14, 1920
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
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weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (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.
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FOR A GREATER F


r '' ORIDA"j j
UNIVERSITY
'. 0 F FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE,

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8.1 ; i IIS CHRISTIANCE PFEIFFER AND BATTALION COMPETITIVE -,I i' u

l DRILL WON BY COLEMANThe FARR LIT TEAM WINS PAUL BAKER TO I


HUBBARD APPOINTED CAPTAINS FOR I', annual compettiive drill, a con- DEBATE TROPHY FOR HEAD ATHLETICS ;

test which the best drilled man in the '

1920-21 BY CAPTAIN BLOXAM WARD R. O. T. C. battalion: is determinedwas SEASON OF 191920ARTS FOR YEAR 1920 i

staged Wednesday afternoon, '

; Announcement of Battalion : Raymand Coleman of "D" Company ELECTED PRESIDENT--- ASSOCIATION 1
Officers Was Made taking first honors, with Fuller of AND SCIENCE MEN DEFEAT
Drill Field Wednesday "A" Company him close JOHN MARSHALL IN : HERBERT FORD '
I On by Commandants ; running a LAST CONTEST OF I HEADS 'GATOR AND
second.
The consisted
contest solelyof
} one of the last: features of the I It -I nXOLE WILL COME | movements of the Manual of THE YEA R. MERRIN Y. :M. C. A. 2'

,ers.tr.;: military the Headquarters regime at the office Uni-of OUT NEARLY ON TIME;', and Arms corporals., and was openly to privates: By winning the last forensic battle Paul Baker will be the president of !{;
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R. 0. T. C. announces the com- s of the preser.t season, the Farr the University of Florida Athletic .11' I i
tle (By Truman Green.) Literary Society caire into the possession Association, Herbert Ford will head :
3Swned officer personnel, in part,
JD The editors of the Seminole are of the Faculty Loving Cup fort the Alligator staff and Jim :Merrin :
coming there being : r
the year
for to fill. working as hard as possible in an at- COMMENCEMENTWEEK e ensuing year. Provided the same the Y. M. C. A. cabinet, as a result of f

tome appointments tempt to get the Seminole out on sc)cdwins: the cup one more cons the student elections held last Fr.day 1,
s Capt. Bloxam Ward, Commandant i time this year. The cuts and : in the University
material BE BEST ::utive year, it will become their gynu.a.ium. :
.t f the R. 0. T. C. unit, states that he I f'i were a little late in getting in and it permanent property. The winners in the elections with .' :

j&s in mind the tentative formation of i I is possible that the annupal may bea This cup was presented by. the faculty the number of votes recvuil by each ..Jare

a skeleton organization for the bat- day or so late in making its ap- IN "U" HISTORYPlans of the University to the Liter- as fallows: ;

1alion in the beginning of the fall I j pearance. I ary Societies cf the five colleges in' Athletic Association. '; i

fern. This will enable the military The proofs show this year's Seminole t I the year 1913 in order to foster debating President, Paul Baker, 167. : ;;,'i' I

f work to proceed with more facility : much larger and better than any have been completed fir: the activities on the campus. The :: Vice-president, George Hartman, 190. '

than would be possible if the appointments : that has ever been published before. : Commencement week exercises, which, terms of the gift provided that the Secretary, Jim Mirren, 154. I

were postponed till next 'ear. The spcnsors add much to the general it is believed, will be the greatest cup should each year become the temporary Alligator Staff. .

1'ht commisisoned officers and cor- :appearance and tend to make theI :. that Old Florida has ever experienced. property of the society proving Editor-in-Chief, Herbert Ford, 154.

porals only are appcft.ted! Jt this I book more attractive than in the Activities will begin with the victor in the debates of that season Mar aging Editor, C. S. Hall, Jr., 322. I

time, as explained in the order, which : years previous. Bacculaureate sermon, which will be' anti that the society holdingthe ; Business Mjrr., H. M. Friedlander, 13:;. E

follows: :, If there are any who have not yet 1 t? delivered Sunday morning, May 30, cup for three consecutive: years Y. M. C. .\. Cabinet.

i' ::1:1jM Headquarters R. 0.. T. C. Unit, spoken for a copy there are a few j by Bishop Warren G. Candler, of At : should become its permanent custod- President, Jim Merrin, 158. !

Ucirersty of Florida, Gain:'sville, I i extras which can be procured from lanta, at the High School auditorium. ian. Vice-president, Wallace McKey, 160.

Florida. the manager, V,*. J. Bivens. : Bishop Warren is at the head of Emory The cup is a beautiful trophy of Secretary. G. Wells, 125. ? I

} May 12th, 19! 20. University, and is a speaker of (Continued on Page Six) Treasurer, W. W. Gunn, 183.
General Orders, No. 13. renown, and Florida men are looking The fact that only 322: votes were

jM 1. Pursuant to the authority vv ttd MANY MAKE THE enthusiastically forward to his ser- cast: signifies that only a small proportion f
'.-" ; STUDWslEARINVENTOR of the student body turned out
.- in the Professor of Military'Science :: # i
!t : and Tactics at the Universityof :, HONOR FRATS ON mn.The Alumni luncheon will be held for the elections. It was hoped that ..

Florida by the Secretary of War' in the University Commons Monday SMOKE even though it was not compulsory

--- ii :and the President of the University, CAMPUS FOR '20 loon,"f l1 \\; "'}) 'tlie most'important :,i! fop. all students to attend! chapel;: ,. :

:- the following appointments are announced business meeting that the association exercises, enough interest would be F FI
: : i! SCREEN LECTURE I shown in this event for a larger poll. .
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in the Cadet Battalion.To t _- has ever had. Coming just before the '
Be Cadet Captains. PHI KAPPA PHI. E. K. AND PI ; primaries, it is believed the associa- than occurred. However the student". "
I body entirely satisfied with the:: '
seems
Wells, W. G., Pfeiffer, Charles A., ALPHA KAPPA QUALIFICATIONS tion will have an opportunity to get DR. LEIGH HEAD OF. CHEMISTRY ,
1 1I Hnbbard, McCoy, Christiance, D. L. i! MADE BY A in some god: work on the future DEPARTMENT, TELLS MEN results of the election, and every officer *,.
elected has pledged himself to ;
I .. i To Be Cadet First Lieutenants. ; LARGE NUMBER.i ,. Legislators for University support. ABOUT ONE OF WORLD'S
i work frr GREATER FLORIDA""RAISING"
f Tatom, L. J., McKey, W. A., Cope- Monday night the Junior and Senior t INVENTIONS. .

'}-j fj latd G. R., Gleason, W. L. Knight, ( Truman Green.) oratorical contest will be held in the .-- IS SUBJECT -" :

,;:t D. B. i During the last few weeks, r.ew : gymnasium, a feature not to be overlooked ; (By J. H. Vandegrift.) UNKNOWN PERSON LIKES"|;n-n; I I
members the three frater-
;: To Be Cadet Second Lieutenants. of honorary in the big program. : -- I' I
nities have been chosen and initiated Last evening at Peabody, Hall, the letter'I
Quinan, E. S., Friedlander, H. M. : Commencement will occur at 10' Judging from the following
. ;,14' McKey: J. D., Mahoney, W. H. and the student body is especially o'clock Tuesday mrning, when Dr. : student body was treated with a very received t recently by Miss Ellis, the- i-
II of this of the number of interesting talk by Dr. Leigh, head of :
.. .-- proud year institution's
Cororals. for dispenser
To Be Cadet George H. Derny, President of the reputation a i
, who met the high qualifications: : the chemistry department, who needs:
.- ] Hubbard, D., Jones, W. E. Bryson, men University of Alabama, will deliver of all knowledge must have
: honors which include the no introduction to the students of the .
for these
.. W. B., Cox, J. 0., Pierce, L. J., Calhoun the commencement address. Dr. spread far and wide. -. I
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; Geo., Bozarth, E. P.,. Cooper, A. Phi Kappa Phi literary fraternity, Murphree will attend the Alabama University. Besides being a most interesting The letter comes from Willie. --: I IHu I
Kappa honory chemicalsociety : lecture, it is an epoch in '
the
Epsilon
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p C, White, Alec., Bunnell, M. F., Cole- Commencement in the same capacity. hp1904 Lackawanna '*"fue. J
R.I( and the Phi Alpha Kappa, agricultural : I the ar.nals of the University to be
mar S. V., Bratley, II. E., Bond, I Last, but not least, is the Junior United States,-United States, we I v
k E, Fry, C. P., Marsicano, Ralph, society. from, which will be held at the gym the proud possessor of a faculty member know, for it has an United States

'Tfllman, R., Longee, N. G., Richardson : Qualifications for the Phi Kappa Tuesday night when every one of the was: has the distinction of introducing stamp on it, but no town is mentioned ,

L. L., Lundeen, II. B., Mitchell, Alpha society include an average for j{ Juniors and Seniors will have his girl j, a discovery and invention, by the young man desirous of kr.owl-. i i.
which will make
three of at least 85 per cent, eventually help to '
N. E Yarnoff W. J. Mahanna, W. D. \ :years I edge.
,
over for the big event, as well as all ,
a standing in the first 25: per cent of I war impossible. This speaks a lot for It reads follows: I'I'I
as
Winfield, J. A. | i
of the alumni, who can possibly steal
: the senior class, at least three years i I i ,! the faculty of the University of Flor- "Gentlemen:
3. There will be no appointments from name and business for!!
within : away ida, which is already recognized
one as
work being year
of sergeants until the opening of the college I I II I "Will you kindly send me a bulletin 4
having been, at all that long. | of the best in the countryThe
of a degree, and I lone telling about raising and shear t
next scholastic These appoint-
year. : standing with the Uni- I It's to be a big week, and every discover deals with the smokescreen
times in god: !
merts because it is' t ing sheep, and one telling about horse .
are postponed this fellow who's eligible is looking forward which in the
The local chapter of was developed
versity. raising, and one telling about
not known will be tak- corn i
what students '
in the to a big time. World War the f fraising
lag III. largest honorary fraternity I for camouflage among raising, and one telling about goat i .'
Military Science established at is
world and about
4. The cadet officers :< was one telling dog j j-
newly appointed Companies as the sprirg of 1912. DeFlorin, William Victor word along this line and is destinedto raising, and one telling about bird

follows are assigned to i I i I The E. K. Chemical club and the < DeSilva, Harry Reginald be one of the greatest factors in' raising, and one telling about beets, i

Wells: Co. B Pfieffer,' Phi Alpha Kappa Ag Club have equally DeVane, Claude Lee naval battles of future wars. oats, watermelon raising. Send at .1-
G.
W. ; : high standards, and it is considered Cordon Horace Cadwell "The basis of the research work once. Yours trut'WILLIE ), .
Charles Hubbard, McCoy, :
A. Co. A
; phenominal that so many menI Hampton, Edwin Birkett ; by which this Fog-Smoke Screen was HUGHES." .

Co. C; Christiance, D. 1.,. Co. D. I should have made these societies this Hollinrake, Seth Westlake I IHurlcbaus developed:} ," said Dr. Leigh, "came -- -------- 1..

s First Lieutenants. Edward Hughson from a study of the investigation of FARR ZITS MAKE CHOICEOF

! Tatom, L. J., Co. A; McKey, W. A., year.Men who have made the various so- Kent, Selden Gourley !' the London fogs, which conclusively, OFFICERS FOR 1920.21 1
Co. B; Ccpeland, G. R., Co. C; Gleam : ; due toI I
cieties are as follows: Lichliter, Cecil Houston sh:wed that the fogs were not
W. L., Unassigned; Knight, D. Phi Kappa Phi. I; Massaro, Alfonso Ferraro : carbon smoke and moisture, but were In the next to the last meeting of

U, Co D. 1 Axelscn, John Newton. Paxton, Earle Barbour caused by the sulphur in the coal, the current year last Monday night,

I. Second Lieutenant Barnes Paul 1 Roberts, George: Carl I Ii j\ which, on being burned, emitted traces the Farr Literary Scciety elected

Quinan, E. B., Co. A; Friedlander, ,i i Coleman John Alexandertrar's i Schofield, Jos. Washington 'of sulphur dioxide, which was sub. their officers for the coming year. I
H. M., Co. C; McKey. J. D., Co. D; i Wilson, Leo Hughes 1. sequently oxidized by atmospheric The officers-elect are: ,..

1 Maho')., W. H., Co. B. I. Office. Corporals and others i Wolfson, Abraham Maurice oxygen to sulphur trioxide and that President-Harold Klock. '1 ,
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The corporals are hereby assignedto will be notified when : E. K. Chemical Club. compound being very hydroscopic Vice-Presidlr.t-George. Stanley'1.
the companies in which they are in the battalion for drill. The senior corpoial I R. Carvalho, F. R. Weedon, A. F. combired with the moisture in the air Sec.-Trealurer-David: Keen. .

1J now serving. to appear hold himself in readiness Massaro, A. M. Wolfson, John T. to form minute droplets of sulphuric Representative to Debating Council

5. The appointments and assignments will first sergeant until the first Clark, K. F. Hughes, J. D. Sunday, M. acid whose vapor pressure is so low -Maurice Stein.ReporterHoskins.. i

made herein are effective September I to act as )Ialtack, J. A. Coleman, J. Scho- that it is not easily evaporated or <. i,

21, 1920. All Captains and 1'', sergeant is order appointed.of A. Crago, K. Schwartz, D. L dissipated by the sun's rays, and Sgt.at-arms-Truman Green. :
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Lieutenants will report to the Professor By CAPTAIN: WARD. lB.' I. E. Moser. :, therefore persists for a long; time. i These men will be. installed I "

of Military Science and Tac.1 I D. L. CHRISTIANCE, Alpha Kappa Ag. Club, (list un Moreover, the fact, that it has beeni their neposItIons at the! next regular d
tics immediately :after .securing theii Battalion Adjutant. .) clearly demonstrated by physical ex- meeting of the society. :*
-1 I Lieut., i
2nd '
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I' LI I f tempting to prevent officers I DICK REID
t I should not discourage those who, just STUDY 0 FENGLISH home at
his Jacksonvillet
WILL I tering
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t I in the of the I. I his life. FURNISHlXr
opinion professors.
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TAKE SOME OF I i It is not unwise to make prepara- fHy International ir"'en1ee' James McGinnis shot him I TAMPAFLArS
I Ohio May 12.-j Policeman
tbr,3 for f1 .t. so take a pointer, Martin's Ferry, Hardig'was
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I ; : :? year; is McGinnr thought I _

, S. I. A. A. CUPS]: felfows and makjsjt up your minds to*"j I held Study- responsible of the American for the language fact that going! when to fireat him. TMjofff eas !t PICTURES and PICTURE'_

make, the team next year or bust, to .locate another )?
Herrick, near were only trying t
i j said one of the fellows. who made this, Joseph Momedo, of J| through'HuHy's 'houaekeep i
' here, is to face a lunacy; test. woman 'I'
; NORAH
REPRESENTED THIS YEAR FOR year's trip. j exonerated of the kfll-
McGinnis was
; ; THE FIRST TIME AT BIG The irregular verbs and plural I.
t nouns, together with the scores of', lug by a Oraerer's Jury I ..
TILCKJEBT: TO BEHELD
FLORIDA TO* SEND MANY mental-j I Greeting
r slangy variations, upset him j Cards
GEORGIA.. | TO R. O. T. C. CANTONMENT. '! O.VNDITS BLOW 2 SAFES;
,. ". .. ly it ia claimed.He ESCAPE IN GRAVEYARD -
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d (By A. SoD e.) i ]!I was brought to the city hospital .
I The University of Florida will have I --
1 For the few here. He became so violent that \..n"er..Iee..)
pat months tfce Flor-I. a good sized. representation at the I UIT hltlJneatlo.al 'c.JACKSON
i ida men have been practicing on i;' R. O. T. C. Summer Camp at Camp several nurses were required to keep lola, Kaa., May 12.-A cemetery vILLE
, Fk-miriK! ; field in preparation for the ; Jackson there 25 him quiet pending arrival of policemen i offered an avenue of escape to three
as are men signedup
S. I. A. A. track meet which is to be ;; with the headquarters office, Relatives took charge of him. bandits here the other morning. SPORTING GOODS
n in
a i heH ;In Atlanta, May 14 and 15. : addition to the Juniors, bose attendance He is to receive a lunacy hearing i After blowing two safes, one eac!:

h Due to the lack of a coach the men : is compulsory. Men wh the Probate Court at Steubenville. ] in the Missouri Pacific and Kansas & COMPANY"The
> attend his .
have bejn seriously handicapped in : Hcmedo was a miner. During ; Texas railway offiees, the robbers
: camp will receive trte> tAJ, '
sport& .
I:, s' th ir wrk, bat even considering accompanied by commutation of spare time, before and after '1IIDrkm commandeered a taxicab and forced Sportsm.m's Stetr,"

a ; these ciri-umstances, it is believed the latter not to exceed $3 rations hours, he spent every available the driver to take them to the burial

Florida should hare had a good team. day while in transit. On arriving per minute studying language and gram- place. There they stepped from the 129 West Bay Str-et. Phone 748

j .I; The team left for Atlanta, Wednesday at camp the men will receive uniform mar books, with a view'to becoming ,car and disappeared.They Jacksonville! Fla.
ti via the A. C. L. Americanized.. ; were but poorly repaid for
and
equipment. The '
: i housing consistsof ,, ,
This is the first time in the history the regulation barracks, and the ife, fined over hiS books incessantly their efforts, their loot amounting to .
i of the school that Florida has sent Wi-'wife said, but; seemingly, de- ; only about $50.BOLSHEVIST. --
J i accommodations are in no way un- ,spaired of mastering the difference j posed of laborers and farmers
reiJiv: -natives to an S. I. A. A. track comfortable. i late

:' o ,.Io'. me,-t. Though the beginning is small tioris are ir eluded Pullman in the accommoda-transportation. i,between "there" and "their",with"whole"the j i i LEADS :' been hsxtily recruited by the .Bolsk..
and "hole" and other words
and f.\ men made the SEND MEN TO KttONT vist leaders
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trip, this and sent to tb, >
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May 12.-Battalions, com- today.;

SNAKB$TI" HIM. BUT CURB _. .
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(IJjr IntrrunltoKal \..*_H Sriew) Popular Goods Popular t Prices
San Francisco, May 12.-"Gimme -fL.
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a rink of whiskey quick! A snake -
Nationally just bit me." BUR &lllMS

: : Breathlessly Frank Dorraco burst I !
< through the door of Central Emergency -;

Known in Hospital and addressed this H_
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oka! to attendants in charge. !Ir ,

Know Time ',: Dr."Interesting Calmann ,Silbermann.if true," commented"In such }I THE THOMAS COMPANY

cases the antidote is incision, cupping, ;j I
.. cauterization and hypodemk injec- 1 COME IN AND SEE US FOR BASE BALL FOOT

tion of drugs." I l! BALL-TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTING GOODS.DROP i

1 : Bevo has become the :best : 1 "Where do you get that stuff," ag- ;;

a : onized Dorraco.: "You don't believe ,;
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: friend of food and'fellow ; me. Well, here's your snake." I j --- ----- '-

Mship.- -: And he pulled from his trouser 'eg |i''

a live, struggling three-foot gopher j I':

s-nake. i IN

Drink it for its F purity "I'm a snake catcher by trade," he \ : ','" ,.
,, elucidated. "A friend of mine of- ;

and deliciously appetising fered me a drink of good whiskey if

flavor I brought him a three-foot; gopher *i iWlI Ee Welcome! Whether or Not You Decide to BovF

snake. Well, here it is, and 1 *j it a !


At the : soda fountain' or .f' f doctor.drink"Where's of whiskey.your friend" ?" queried the ,;j i,:' ,,1TI::, Otto Stock a


with "Cant find him Dorraeo.1That's .
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t why I'm here." j t

"Sorry, but we have none," said Dr. i j
: Bevo+ "muet be served cold i ilbermann.1 "YonM better keep on !: i':. : TAILORAlteration t

looking for your friend." i i : .
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!TlhpPAALPHAS PULL i -behind J If ikeTongues j '
NGS rt the legislature for the: needed ,. :
BIG MOTHER'S DAY EVENT university benefits '
j and it is belioe.l i! .
. with the wok cf these two clubs'' I
One of the most brilliant and en- whose "
< memberships ',
social events of the seasonJJs : comprise nearly I
blc
fourth
a of the entire
RAlIES7,18 the-ball at the Elks' Club Sat- forceful work for the university, some J ,
good of the
when the .
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evening Alpha |
pday : organization will be effected. T

Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha enter- ; Cigars, punch, ice cream and other J Our

tamed. refreshments were served during the' Jevening's ox t ,
The same attractive decorations t .
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program, and every man at A
the Mothers' Day reception
jsecUor the function joined in the spirit of
were enhanced by
afternoon
1 I1 the throwing high school enemity and 4 Could Talk
1i from the hooded lights
the soft glow petty prejudices into the melting pot .
made a beautiful setting for thedainty to mold in ,
and their
places, a feeling of 4
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evening frocks worn by the good fellowship, which, it is hoped, 0I I!
ladies and the full dress at- I! will
young i continue to grow in the years to .
the men. j 1
tire of young come. 0
Shortly after eight the strains of THEY'D TELL A FAR MORE INTERESTING STORY THAN ANY \\'g :t.

IIrast by the University: orchestra : COULD THINK OF. THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY FROM THE + ...

us the signal that the dance was ''ALUMNllOLDTdF TIME THEY WERE CUT FROM GENUINE CALF-SKIN UNTIL THEY t:
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eD, and Miss Bertha Snyder, of Jack- WERE TRIMMED: FINISHED AND SENT TO ONE OF THE THREE

ri1le, with Fred Leeks, lead the CONDITION NOW | PORTER STORES TO BECOME PART OF THIS GREAT ORGANIZA -r'

grand march, followed by numerous TION'S POPOGANDA OF QUALITY. + I
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ceoples whose happy faces foretoldthe EXISTING IN U.F.'t ,
anticipated pleasure of the even- BLACK, BROWN AND TAN LEATHERS IN LASTS THAT FIT THE f

s, i FOOT COMFORTABLY: AND CORRECTLY, +
, ing. I
have Refreshing fruit punch was servedby i' ASKED TO GIVE SUPPORT IN: + .. i

olshe- the hosts between dances and at :NEEDED FUNDS TO PUT + Everything that Men and Boys Wear ,: .. :

Polish the intermission sandwiches were relished 1. OVER IMPROVEMENT: : 4t;. j

oscow' each young lady receiving a, .I CAMPAIGN.The t... .4). ,I

of vari-colored sweet peas as a
spray following letter which has been $ +. f

favor. ; sent to the Alumni will show the students 4 I
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what the University is up !
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announced the finis of this r7'0.
Home"
: against;: for improvements, and it is J _
most pleasant event, the second of the t .. ;
believed that the men now in schoolcan
day, tendered to their friends by the help the situation just the same 6]f I
hosts, of whom many words of : : I
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young
as the Alumni: Corner Bay and Laura Jacksonville, Fla.
of their -
praise and appreciation royal j Dear Alumnus: .

hospitality were heard. Lack of room forced the head of a i
Chaperones for the evening included + A AF Ah Ai t
Mr. and Mrs. ,,\ L. Denham, Mr. rand department recently to prepare a < .. ..... ..........+........... ............. i t
room in the basement of Language
Mrs. J. B, Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. I! :
he O.K'ing ---- -
Hall for an office. When was I
D.:)!. Buie, Dr.and Mrs. C. L. Crow,
bill of the
the negro plastererhe
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Floyd and Mrs. J. : I'I
nearly jumped out of his chair. i 'I

H. Parker. & ;. He noticed that the plasterer was i!!fifi GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO.NOTED If: I IIi.
getting $9 day. The average full : "
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SHOW per !fiIYi I
- BIG 014TDIE professor on the campus revtives but QUALITY'; t
STUDENTS
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- : :; DIAMONDS, FINE JEWELRY, CHINA WARE, ;
The Elks' Club was the scene of a any one jump?
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1 GLASSWARE
I Florida, the iiaation Here 1IS: AND SILVERWARE
Friday evening, Men of
assemblage,
- merry : West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida !
the occasion being a dance given by is serious. Let us present some ugly ; y y: I IH
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the girls basket ball team of the facts to you: confidentially.The y:
Gainesville High School, tendered to1: salary scale of the Universityof !ff i CLASS PINS-RINGS-MEDALS-TROPHIES \ !

friends. Florida is about the lowest of any I !i $. \ '
a number of their young .
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South much i iI iI ; ;
The ball room of the Elks' Club ( State institution in the ;

was decorated with purple and white I lower than the average. It should'be 1 1f
streamers with lights shaded in the as high as the highest. Professorsare Q c
human. They will go where they
school.
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same cobr motif of the
Inspiring music was furnished by are offered the most money. Won't ;i tf i'fit}t 'i f i i ti t f'.f i'f t f 'i f Yi f f t'f t f f i}'i Yt f i t ti tf t'Jt'f Lt I

the University Jazz orchestra and a : you? They have been leaving this I t :

jolly time enjoyed.Uss Elizabeth with': year Many on others the average are just of waiting one a month.to see I I i i
Hammagren delighted everyone I
several clever and graceful. interpre-,I. what the next legislature salary will scale do. I I SOUTHERN MUSIC CO !
; To continue our present
tative dances. servedand I I will lead inevitibly to but one re- i 2S ADAMS STREET JACKSONVILLE, FL& J
Delicious sandwiches were :
i!! who wide awake and Store fi !Iii 1
relished during the intermission. suit. Those are Those'' The :fi --- yr,
leave. :
evening included -> well prepared"will
Chaperones for the wants will stay. Do we Largest Stock In the South of Musical Instruments i
Mrs W. L. Denham, Mrs. Lang, i whom no one for ? 1. ,}
and oth-! want such a faculty in our Alma'Iater r- *ltJ5
Glass
Mrs. McArthur, Mrs. !
:\ ? Strings Drummer's Traps gf (

ers. .... .".... ..... Our dormitories are over crowded, "Regular 71 -lg JIS ;
- and Sheet Music
JlII. ..snonox I; D V.\L with three in a room meant for two, '

1Yf CLUBS BURT HATCHET" \ and four in the rooms meant for Fellows"Whether V..' $. j
work .
I three. Men can't do the proper

:f;. Hdlsboro and Duval clubs "buriedthe I and room clear in town. Then, too, its clothes, shirts, ties j MAIL ORDERS SENT SAME DAY AS RECEIVED ; .
! hatchet" last night when those I scarce in Gainesville. R $
houses are know '
the boys
two organizations held their third an-] Rooms are not to be had. We must : or accessories, "Shown !S! !S&fiSS! ! SSSfiWS! !: SSSS! !SSS !S! !:f1! : ,
;; where the styles are c'
:: nual smoker in the University Gym- (Continued on page four.) "
;; nasium. The old high school enemity :( I First. i

;; laid aside for the evening, giv- Summer weight Hart, Schaffner ; I

;:;. ing was place to a feeling of good fellowship ,I .;.:.; :;,: ::- :: ;:: .:::::;. I & Marx and "Society Brand" I II i ................... .- -

1; which ithe Hillsboro and Du- |.! Suits $43; to $73.; I II .

j;;;'\ val men consider necessary "Greater in order : Flowers f I I Yountten's: lightweight: all i .. Eyes. -- Glasses I ::1<

: to work together for a I wool, hand tailored suits, $35 to I Tested. t Fitted. ,4' I 4I

Florida:' $40. Palm Beach suits, $18, $20. \:
li.'c. Representatives of Jacksonville, La- : 4 For all. occasions. Prompt service i ;, t: 1
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Station, i
Villa,. Plant City Knights If MRS. H. IL :\lcCUEARYI t. '
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7 LEVY'SBay GRINDING. NO D LATr. \
. .. Tampa, Ybor City and Gray contrib I' f1 1 WE DO OUR OWN LENSE .S
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uted to the speechmaking of the eve- y 1 C. H. COLES & SON )
Florist : .
thought concerning -
f ning, furnishing food for Mills the and Hogan Street. I
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I.I za means of getting a greaterenrollment \ + Jewelers and Opticians. Gainesville EToridb. .
additional appropriations Jacksonville, Fla. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 11.. .: f,

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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR I ALUMNI TO GIVE .. ..... ;
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1 EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT MOTHER SWANSONBIG 1 Fg1D.G .'

H. G. Ford ... ... . .___ __ ___ ____ __ EditorinChiefC. i ,
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D. W. Keen ......-----.,,8y.......,...,.!. ... --- Assistant Managing Editor LOVING i;>. :::;;

1 A. Sollee ............___.. ..,..?..-.:'...w__-.,-_.__._. ..-.____..........-Athlete EditorR. ::::::.
E. Knight ......__.__.4..-..._...__....__..._....-__...-..-....-..........Society Editor ':'TO SHOW APPRECIATION' OF'
: Truman Green ......._..:..._..;.._Staff Reporters..J. H. Vsrd>>Mrift .MATROX'S WORK BY GIVING LO--
I HER PRESENT AT COM3IENCEMENTLEA -
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t H. S. Friedlander _.._......................._......................m.._.._.. Business; Manager ING SOON. ;
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. Alec White ....,.....................................................................?...Circulation Manager -
I The suggestion has been made that

Entered -as second-class-matter, September 28, 1912, at the postofTice at I I since the alumni expects to uIrs.: '
in appreciation of
Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d!, 18TD.: : Swanson a present -
d Place all communications: and news items in boxes designated for that ', her work here, before she leaves, as
she plans at present to do, the fellows
"purpose in Peabody and Language Halls.
I now in school join in offering, for the ----

i rest of us, as well as the old fellows .
Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year. 1 I
have enjoyed Mrs. Swanson's work. ,! ADRINIC
'I'! The letter to the alumni is as follows ;

CONGRATULATIONS FARR LITS. 1, :
Dear Alumnus: i G peen E

1 With this !issue the newly elected staff of the Alligator assumes, for I Ii | Mother Swanson will soon retire ;

i, the remainder of this term and next year, the burden and responsibility incident I I from the University if her plans work = (
to its publication. First of all we wish to emphasize the fact that !' out. For years she has given: her 1' Prrrt

the Alligator belongs to YOU-the Student Body of the University of ; best to Florida men. |

I Florida-and the staff hopes to so conduct the policy of the paper that it ; When the war came on she gladly' TIE SNAPPY LIME DRINk' I
. may never be truthfully said that the Alligator represents any one or two : gave her all to her country. All ,
factions or groups on the campus, but is representative of the student : three sons were in the service. She :
"1 body at large. !' told her boys that they need not : Serve a winner-Green River. t.

4 The success or failure of the staff in their efforts to get out a more worry about her, if they wanted to : '. It will be a pleasant surprise to
those who drink it for the first
I up-to-date and interesting sheet will depend primarily upon the support I go, to go. She could still take care f time and heartily welcomed --

I or non-support of the Student Body. We want Florida to possess a paper : of herself. And here at Gainesville' .\ by those familiar with its "snap" ?a
that will compare most favorably with the publications of other Southern t she served, feeding: the S. A. T. C. -its distinctive taste and refreshing -
Universities, and this we propose to give you with proper co-operation, we Were you ever sick in the bar- quality. 4' '
intend to start out next fall with an eight page sheet, jam full of news : racks? Did your room-mate ever re- j i- ,

j and "peppy" articles. Though we must adhere to the six page edition for turn empty-handed when he went to.i. SCHOENHOFEN COMPANYt\ t'-
the remainder of this term, we hope to fill these few columns with items : Mother Swanson for some soup or 4 CHICAGO 1 fAt
that will prove of interest. So get behind us, Student Body, and insure : broth for you? You bet he didn't. I
I our success. For our success is your success. I Some of us would like to give all soda fountain and in bottles "t tO .

In choosing our associates, we have tried to pick men who have shown I Mother Swanson some token: of our !i : 193:! S.Co'r

their loyalty to the University from the very start-men who will be on appreciation and love. We regret ..
the job every minute. In order to show recognition of their efforts, each I that we ever said thoughtless things : r t

" contributor will have his name printed in small letters over his article. We i about the "grub," without consider- .. .
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wish to call attention to the fact that the boxes placed in Language and : ing what she had to work with and j -
Peabody Halls for Alligator contributions, have not been placed there for I the difficulties of her task. We want READ THE ADS IN THE ALLIGATOR t

ornamental purposes. Everyone is urged to make use of these boxes-if to show it. By request I am arrang- i} ------ -- ---
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you know of anything that you think will be of interest to your fellow I ing to be a trustee for a little fund !; --- .

students write it up, sign and turn in before Tuesday nights. We want to to be raised to give Mother Swanson ;------------------ 't

run a full column of Locals. Let us hear of your week-end trips ,etc. Reporters a loving cup or something else j I I j L. C. SMITH I It
of Student Organizations, give us some dope concerning your ac- appropriate. Send any amount you
4 tivities. Not only will it prove interesting to us all, but it will demonstrate I want to, up to, but not over $1. This j. |t has moved to South Side of Square, four doors from McCollum's Drag t

to outsiders that we have a live and progressive University.In I is a free will matter, altogether, and 11 I j, Store. New Spring Shoes coming in every day. See the line before

conclusion, the editors wish to express their appreciation of your I addressed only to those who know, ,' 1, purchasing. .J..
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in the recent elections. We sincerely hope that be love, honor, or respect Mother Swan- i i.I
support you may never I ------------------
regretful of your choice and that we may live up to your expectations. I son. If you feel that ;you want to, I I .. -,
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I respond. The undersigned will keep 'ti
.I the money and a complete record of j .
ALUMNI TOLD OF CONDITION ion, but they can do but little alone. I
NOW EXISTING IN U. S. I This is a fight that must be made by donations and the entire matter will f GAINESVILLE FRUIT STORE I
be turned '
over to a committee :
all good citizens of the State for pointed at the June ap- | Fancy Fruits and Draft Beverages. Cigars, Cold Drinks and Bevo lOc i :
meeting.
(Continued from page three.: ) j her: State University. The Alumni
Yours for Mother Swanson : Thank You. Come Again.N. .
have another dormitory at once or f! will have to awaken them and enlist _
F. M. O'BYRXE S. TAMP AS :
j Manager.
turn away students who apply for ad- j their support. The entire State must i :
mission. We must complete the Mess I be organized and started working. See.-Treas. 1 i iMRS. I i

I Hall. We can't feed all the students j Will you do your part by helping to I I, FARR TO ENTERTAIN ,, -- ___ __ __ it
at one table now. j =rganize your section fo the State? i I
4 I PARK LIT. FOR VICTORY
This institution is supposed to be I Get the best men in your community I I I

the educational center of the State, j enlisted. We will supply you with the i I In celebration of the signal victory ;; FORD HEADQUARTERS
but when we have to take them into j'I facts and figures that you need. I which the Farr Literary Society l J. R. ALDERMAN, Prop. I
in large numbers for instruction we | Practically every University in the over the Lawyers on :Monday:: night won, The Home of the Famous FORD MOTOR CARS, Accessories {
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have to take them into class rooms I i nation has made such a move. Is :Mrs. J. M. Farr has planned a turkey | !I Supplies and Repairs. (II
or other make shifts. We have no Florida alone to lag behind? No. ( feed: for the members of the winning II j .

meeting place of proper seating spaceor Never. Don't .permit it. I club. The feast, which will take ------- ----- -
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equipment for commencements or !I Your officers can put the matter before .I I place in the near future, probably the "

large educational gatherings of any I you. We see the need and the I Ii I I latter part of next week, is being anticipated
kind. We cannot hope: to fulfill our !i tremendous danger. We realize the i with peculiar pleasure by i' BEST BY TEST .

proper sphere as educational leader i j difficulties. But we believe that if ,I those members of the Farr Lit. who Shoes that wear :
of the State until we have an audi- i we will get out and
i.i! work-Boosting were lucky enough to partake of a'' UNITED SHOE STORE
torium. We must have at once the Florida, Never Knocking-Fighting I similar Agents for :
banquet given by Mrs. Farr Crossett and Educator Shoes. :
start of an administration building for Florida and the friends of the institution at the close of the forensic activitiesof ; .

containing an auditorium that will ;i Never fighting against anyone last year h___ --__ __ ___.___n__ __ _______ ___ --3.
five thousand. We need addi-
seat that we can put it across. Will ,:
tional equipment and more instruc-1 you help us do it; men of Florida? you with us? Write the Secretary I !
tors. But most important of all, we i This is not a movement started by i I and let us know so we can see if it : THE NEW YORK RACKETAgent 1
need to pay properly the members of ;( the faculty. We are not interested is worth while to inaugurate the
our faculty. That must come first'of in them personally. We are fighting I! campaign. Give him the names and I j for liiF1orsheim i

all. ;. for the institution. "We should have I addresses of the Legislative candi- j' Shoes
The primaries occur in June. i i the best brains that money can buys! dates in your section (both houses) '" ,
Probably all candidates running for to educate Florida men. If any men Icn i and also the hold-over Senators. 31
the Legislature will stand for econ- : the faculty aren't worth the .
: now I Yours for a Greater Florida, ::.::::. -- --- --. -- ____u_ ______- -
omy ar.d a reduction of taxes. Proper, increased salary, drop them and get.. RALPH STOUTAMIRE, Pres. 5
support fo its educational institutions .! men that are worth it. But don't let | PAUL D. CAMP, vice-Pres. '

is the most economical expenditure a the institution suffer! 1 I F.1: O'BYRNE, Secy. Alachua County Abstract Company

State can make. To make this clear Your officers are helpless without.., P. S.-Dues, $1 per;;year, $25 Life ,i BK- Colson President.
to the candidates we must work hard : your help. It's too big a job to f Membership : Members of AmerIcanssociation oaf Title Men. Members of Florida

between now* and June 8th. Your ofj j tackle unlss: we can have 100 perk Have you paid yours this year? I, Association of Title Men.
fleers are keenly alive to the situa- cent of the Alumni behind us. Are t..6> :We can't fight without ammunition! : GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. >
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Extreme Young t i j! W- S. DORSET & CO. ''-:: FOR STUDENTS AND '."*, 1 ii} I

Men's: ..,.' .. '" "J l Everything in Groceries I IF. THERE IS ANYTHING : West Side of OT Square Its Gain....%..*- I.!I:

Stylish Suits.FASHION i iI r For Goodness Sake Drink 'r:: want.:';1ft, the line of Fancy Fruit, Groceries and ege. !: ....- ::. ........., st.J !'I"\
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PASJexclusively (.:....,- .:w DO SEY'S DEUGUTI COffi ; Prices, Call at the !j ...- .
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will avoid disappointment by ptadtog
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FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1 )20.JSTUDENTS .

I Ii) THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR
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SMOKE SCREEN HEAR !i: I j!I I For SEE Drugs A.,-Stationary VIDAL,. Toilet i PALM PARLOR

Candies Souvenir: II
Continued from ]" Articles ,
i Cards, Waterman'sPens. -
perimenters time and V "ICE CREAM DE LUXE
out nfnclei of some '
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!ig
ture to condense I IB

around, there would be ; Friedlander D. ".. Keen and H. O. 1'II Popular and Classical Sheet Music. High Grade Candies.

:41 or fog possible, : I Pemberton.The I t;
Exclusive 1 Stationary.
JOT1.t1nt guide in the : argument was spirited and II 11 Crane's.

.the fog-smoke screen. f' was an hour and a half in .duration, 11 .,..... _
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i j each speaker having allotted to a I --- -

Department were 15-minute period, while the first I II
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pare for making a !I ,: speaker of the affirmative was allowed -, -_-
Dr. Leigh's i smoke rebuttal at the I
i a three-minute II I
xlcn to last for one :! close of the speech of the last speakerof -

-:'vas sent to Berlin, N. I:; the negative.The ; HOUSE
WHITE
of THE
a 14jDOO-lb. drum 1! !! judges were three in number,
id-> and the remaining I
i i and were all professional men cf
t-rial was ordered. It One of Florida's Best Hotels
1 i iI i Gainesville, the Debating Council rule i

x V.-t, ode:t the en the U. S. S. i! : from prohibiting acting members as judges.of Messrs.the faculty Mc- :I Rates from $3.50 to 5.00 per day, American Plan.

jrrst Eh, 1918, at : j i Kinstry, Vidal and Hardee, acted in i! Prices Marked: in Every Room.
TPA trip was,
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p this capacity, and awarded the decision -
C.l' JaJr '31st to New I i to the affirmative, the vote be- I S. OGDEN CHADWICK,

:jj..rj>ose of inspecting i i ing two for, and one gainst. I Manager.
"]\fter difficulties,
tWag renched and the ; 1 i I I

teat the smoke screen :| I FINAL EXAMS: BEGINON i -

tfTenants' Officers' !i SA SATURDAY: ..\Y 22 !
stated un the Owera be : ts:.:::: 'C :::: ::= --:: = ::::: T---= :::: L:: !:::: ..
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wai1. This was
-a'4 The present academic year is

a'.d the arrangements ;: drawing: rapidly to a close, and the 1
board at 3:45 on I
."-5 C tj p. n., the board j i r 1 I entire student body is confronted with !; 1 The University Book Store

I I
'ctvod the possibilities the prospect of approaching exam- !

'dTnstration at the I I I inations while the Seniors will IIi
undergo -i Hall
; i Basement Language
'; the
j--v Q at
r : this ordeal for the last time in
-' od expressed fears ;
Yt y
their undergraduate career. Be-
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' Smoke Screen ,' : cause of the conflict between the I
j>< rsingr through for i (1f NEW LINE: OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIONERY
schedule of closing exercises as first
Jt was therefore f announced with the election primaries : fi LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS FRESHMAN
:ir'o the :harbor and on :
; the entire program of Commence- f CAPS, ETC.
'tl beard: vho were
i mert week has been placed one week i
:"la !n'hto blow : l 1
earlier. I
S.'ioke Screen for five ;
1 The examinations for Seniors will :
Un! t!:a Leigh Smoke '
: begin on the 15th, enabling the Everything For The Students
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r .',tes. When the
: members of the faculty to grade the
f: r enough out, the : I
!\ papers before graduation week. The
iStTf-en started. ( )
was!
: undergraduate finals will start Saturday i::::= =::::: ::::.=:.::::=: .:s:. ;:z:: -== "
i: 3e by uniting ) I Iv'h I : '
; May 22, lasting through the
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following week, and closing Saturday,
&- :" 13 inches in
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; May 29. The schedule of the yams
fp't! long, at cne end
as prepared by the faculty committee 1
ffi, operated by hand.4'I
on schedules and exams is posted '
c< ::i,'ted of a thin ;
on the bulletin boards of the various
I Gainesville Furniture Co.
si] ;di volume; which ]i
j' college1: Results of the exams cf
d's J ated. Those in I
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the three lower classes will be mailedto
Ilr\;ed, running in :
I the students at their homes within.
scr '('n. j
a few weeks after the close of school.
"After about six
Re-exams for those who fail to !
D. R. COX
Proprietor.
xt ii t; of this smoke j jST I ,
pass will probably be given on or
"> nke screen was > : Phone 86ti
about SaturdaOctober 2, followingthe
'cl uds poured out in !
crening of school in the fall.
IH'3 enormous balls of )I i .
tfnjjed with yellow. I

Vis to the water and SAM HARN: GIVES FREE

'f OT a height of about DRINKS TO BEST SHOTS
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From the .deck of ,i II
launch could be seen to i iXCT ; (By Truman Green.) ti DO BUSINESS WITH

.yen, disappear an | In older to stimulate a feeling of i THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK"The :
Aether side. I
I interest and competition in the workon \t
"After the screen
-n5 further attention I! I the range, Sam P. Ham has of- : New Million Dollar Bank". Resources Over $2,000,000.

I fered drink tj the making the
man
a ";: :: = : ';::= == ::-: 4 ::-:--: 'C7 _.:

E- I highest score each day.A -

--- list is posted at the College Inn -- -

I with the scores that each man has :

made soo far. H. A. Lundeeh had the

highest score up to Wednesday night,
ii with a mark of 41 out of a possible 50 1\r IARABLE IS TilE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER FOR THEUNIVERSITY II IIII
Or FLORIDADORAN'S
at 300 yards. G. Curtis was second

i-:1 '1 1i with tance.a score of 40 at the same dis- II


J This work is simply preliminary in .
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I J their rifles. Range work for record .

will take place as soon as the pre-
BICYCLE SHOP
liminaries I
are over.
East Main Street. I

FOR BICYCLES )IOTORCYCI.ESCCESSORIES
;i BENTON: ENGINEERS: ELECT l 1 AND REPAIRS

OFFICERS FOR NEXT YEAR : _..Jf

tobacco
ANY At the regular meeting of the Ben- ,
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; ton Engineering Society last Monday -

I French briar night, the following officers were .:
of the
claim ship I chosen to serve for the er.suing year: ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR DEPARTMENT

President- McCoy Hubbard. Shoe Shine Parlor.

-i good dealer. Vice President"". A. McKey. : CHESNUT'S SHOE STORE

11WM. Sec.-Treasurer, J. N. Winfield.
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SHOES
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Reporter-Perkin!:, .
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2 Representative to Debating Council '{ Satisfaction Guaranteed South Side SquareI
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'i:5r; -D. M. Leisher. i

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