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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 21, 1920
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
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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I'I'I I'i OPENS JUNE 14 I FIRST PLACE IN j':\ '+*+ COMMENCEMENT; MAY 1920.28-JUNE CALENDAR 1, *++ G A TOR BASEBALL COLOR COMPANYFOR



i i -BE BEST YEARI I s. I. A. A. TRACK':f.+ 8:30 I'. :M.-Friday, May 28- ++ TEAM] OF 192021THIS NEXT TERMMAKES 1 !

I I I! MISSISSIPPI A. & M. SECOND '" Senior Reception University + ,
I I 3l ANY CHANGES IN FACULTY i SOLLEE FOR FLORIDA Gymnasium. + YEAR'S CATCHER TO II IGII PERCENTAGE- I.

FROM THAT OF LAST YEAR i PLACES TWICE. '! 11:00 A. :\1.SundaIa)' 30 + GUIDE DESTINIES FOR IN RANGE COMPETITION {
ALL COURSES OFFERED \ Commencement
Sermon + : "
ENSUING
YEAR. "I) COMPANY SECOND.
I For the second time athletes from '*- High School Auditorium, City +

VTTENDANCE TO BE LARGE i all over the South participated in the -By Warren A. Candler, D. D., + Bill Ward, of Miami was elected MEN MAKING TWO GREATEST I.
AND HOUSING ARRANGE I S. I. A. A. Track Meet, held on Grant '+ LL.D., Bishop! of the Methodist + '; this week as helmsman of the 'Gat r ,; INDIVIDUAL SCORES TO .

)IE TSIADE.. Field in Atlanta. '' Church. South Atlanta Ga. + I nine for the year of 1920-21. WarJ : REPRESENT U. OF F. .
The keenest competition ,* 1:00 has made a splendid record fo ;umself i tIn
I ever experienced P. M. Monday, :May 31. + j : -
(By J. H. Vandegrift.) took place, and every event 'fr Alumni Luncheon University as a ball player this year and I the Battalion Rifle competition t ton
Those connected with the University I was a royal scrap from start to fin- :, '.,. Commons. .J. his pegging and hitting largely contributed ;
the range last Monday, Tuesday j
Summer School seem highly enthused i ish. By a narrow margin of two ... 4:00 1-. :M.._:Monday, :May 31. + to many of Florida's victories. '
over the prospects of the 1920 I points Sewannee won the meet for 1.*. Senior Memorial Exercises ; and Wednesday. "B" Company came ,_

session which lasts from June 14 to j the second consecutive year, over" Campus. + This was Ward's im.t year ii a \ off victor, with a total percentage \

August G. In the words of Dean II. jV. j :Mississippi A and 3{., while Louisiana + 8:00 I'. M.__Monday, May 31. + 'Gator ui iform and aaeer his ablee j j of .090, thus winning the coveted t.

Cox there will be a highly increased | State University took third with :, ,* -Oratorical Content for Board + leadership next year i it is believed place of color company for the first i
efficiency both in the faculty rand } 24 3-4 points. of Control Medals: by Juniors that Tech, Auburn and' the rest of the few months of the fall term. The firing .

: the courses offeffred. R. K. Wat->! Sixteen schools entered well over ,i eta,," Seniors--University G>-m- .!. .southern" teams had bt-h.r watch was done at two ranges, 2AO and t

Pins, of the University of Missouri :( ( Continued on Page Six) + nasium. + cut. 300 yards, with 10 rounds of rapid

I Teachers' College, has taken the; i + 10:00 A. M...Tuesday, June 1. > -- ------ fire at the 200-yard range.

place of B. Williams, who recently i DECLARERS DRAW I + Graduating Exercises University + HARVEST FIELDS The relative scores of the respective a
resigned. lIr.Vatkins will be a : + G'mnasiumUaccalaurt + companies were recorded at each

.strong: asset in the Normal School and reate Address by George H. + : range, and the final standing com-
several addtiions are contemplated, : PLAUDITS OF ALL Denny, Ph. I)., LL. D., President OFFER GOOD PAY puted from these combined grade,

irnich will greatly increase the : :. University; of Alabama, Tuscaloosa + and the relative attendance. Thus

strength of the faculty going far to HEARINGCONTEST 01- Alabama. <{- SUMMER WORKERS! the companies were marked on a basis -.

I increase the reputation which the University v 9:00 l\ -L.Tuesday, June 1. t of two factors-performance and attendance .

,* of Florida Summer School j{i -- + -Annual Junior Prom to Graduating + :. this being the fairest possible t
las already established. WINNERS TO BE ANNOUNCEDAT I' Classes University! + GOOD OPPORTUNITIES FOR :MEN : method. The following is a I
1 I COMMENCEMENT: -FOUR fr Gymnasium. 5. DESIRING TO WORK IN partial list of the total scores made
A new field will be introduced this | 4
FRESHMEN AND FOUnSOPIIS + + + + + + + THE WEST. by each company:
summer in the of instruction in i f
way of j COMPETE. ------- i i Company B. ... .... ......... .WO 1
_life saving under the supervision 'I
have ', The U. S. Employment Bureau I Company D. .-.-..... .. ..- .-... .072 t
the Red Cross. About fifty even FLORIDA SCRUBS
I Members of the Faculty hearingthe Harvest Bulletin No. 1, states that i Company C..017 i
squad so
for the life-saving
qualified recent Freshman-Sophomore Dec- there will be nearly two and Company A. ............. .... ......... .Gt5 r
that the success of the course is prac- a quar- ; .
lamation contest were unanimous in DEFEAT SUWANNEEIN I The making the first 30 Sl&-N8 i
tically assured. I : i ter million acres of wheat to harvest I men
I pronouncing it the best: that has tak- ; :: were designated a team to fire in ?t
The Normal is the biggest during the coming season and that
course
en place here in years. The contest \ SPEEDY GAME : ; the lange competition, and from_these; i
feature of the o :. ted, it being least several thousand will be
courses at
took place in the University Gym, the men '' were selected the best shots !lij the i !

a four year course of organized of which curriculum a'- I evening of May 17, four representatives 'I needed to harvest the vast crops. battalion. The following i i. a lit\ of ;. 1
the competition
for from each of the lower classes MILITARY ACADEMY BOYS LOSE Men wishing to work in the west the ten men who lead to date jfn_the ;

bachelor degree is given. This courseis is the competing. Though the decision will TO LORIDA SECOND TEAM, i during the summer may open the season :j f contest, and their score: *f" ,
and
complete in all respects, I not be known until Commencement, ], SCORE .OF 5 TO 3 on farms in Oklahoma, working G. Curtis, ....:.._-_.......-......_ .. I
attendance
con-
best card for
drawing of the judges announce that three contestants j i Ludden __._._._-..,-?..,.....-..-.....r...: $0 ,
, taining an enrollment, last year, are at present tied for first Florida's scrub team invaded Pa- gradually northward into the Dako- Walker, C. L. .. _...._..._.._.._ .19

200 students. place. I latka Saturday to cross bats! with the tas. The waJ.es.fixed. are large, Henley .........*::-.:-...........-:..._.A:

The faculty think that the scope of ,f! It is to be regretted that owing to i warriors from the Suwannee Military amounting in most cases to 70 cents Hiatt .__...._............ ................;. ,10 I

. the Summer School is greater than a sprained ankle, one of the contestants -: Academy. I an hour for harvest handi. Hubbard ....." :.'........ .-......... .9Berms

1 the students of the University real I Mr.: Chambers was unable to j; A red hot game was expected and I Men wishing to take advantage of .._..........9._.__..........-..-..-._ O 1
ize. *It embraces courses from high : be present. The program follows. ,; the expectation did not fall down, for this opportunity will have to pay S Driggers, R. L..L. .8

I school requirements to the highest MUSIC. in warmth the battle rivaled his Sa- I their own transportation to and from I Smith, R. K. .... .. .. ......... .,,.. 78Yratc

sciences and fine arts. But, of course, "Mark Antony's Address"-Will-, tanic Majesty's dominions.Not I the wheat fields:, though there is a M. L. .......:...._.. _.........._-j7G
it is admitted that all work and no iam Jescle. j I a score was made until the i I bare possibility that special rates If the first two men. maintain,jtner
play is not the best tt.ag. However, "Liberty and Union'-Perr H.,t seventh, when Florida crossed the may be secured. In seasons past it'I standing throughout th pjes-
J and must ] rubber for a couple of runs. ;i that School present
it is an old fashioned maxim Biddle. has often proved High ent practice, they will form pat ofa
. lot be taken too literally. : "The Cremation of Sam McGee" | Hartman hurled a beautiful] game ,' and College! men are desired in preference : civilian team that the State Adju

Most anything that a student may I R. S. Webb. j j for the 'Gators allowing three scratch to other types of labor. Ad- ; tant General's office is sending to the i I,

** ire in mathmatics, agriculture, music ; "The Victor of l\Iarengo-G. W. hits, while Ward on the receiving'i ditional information in the shape! o$ National Rifle Competition at Camp :
end held him in great style. Florida bulletins be secured from the
Fussell.
I :, wodern languages and scientific I may Perry Ohio in June.In i
be ob MUSIC. ; connected with nine healthy wallops Zone Clearance Office, 425: Minnesota .
tad professional subjects may relation to next year's Military :
Not All Egyptian"- M. : two of which were screaming two-I Avenue Kansas .
tained. An attractive bulletin has "Pyramids i City, .m. I; that
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Hartman and Webb. affairs, Capt. Ward announces ,
f! baggers by I -----
I been issued by Dr. Cox and it is cer- I M." Chambers.Greatness of a Nation" Richburg played his usual fast' MASONS "EAT, DRINK (?) all students who have had war service 1
"The True I
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tain that the enrollment this sum- I -Judson B. Walker. game around third, taking everythingthat AND BE MERRY" AT MEETING other than S. A. T. O. ate aJvised -'
mer will exceed the best ex- I Ii with them ,
even Race'-J. J. his to bring their credential ;
International came way
pectations. i I "The When the smoke had finally cleared (By P. H. Biddle] ). to school upon tbeir return, as it'is i ;
I I Bell, Jr. !i the : Members of the Masonic Group held'an probable that Congress will recognize | .
had
National Acquisition"Francis :: five 'Gators romped over pan '
At the meeting on Monday night,,i I i "Unjust Malcolm.. i, while three "Little Soldiers"] had important meeting on May 11. A their service by granting advanced i
tie last regular meeting for the year, Or-j around. !I: large number of members were present credit in P.. O. T. C. work. "
University barely managed ta squeeze
by
the Farr Literary Society installed its |I Music furnished ; and everyone was vitally interested As an innovation in the system of (

new officers. In addition to the offers ; chestra. j Starting with a capital of-$24,000, in the meeting. After the disposal registering, all students including _; I

previously elected, Jim Merrin j NOTICE SENIORS AND JUNIORSAll :: the supply company of the Florida e of the business on hand several inspiring ; Vocational men. Seniors and Lawyers$ i' .
was elected Critic for the next semester. Seniors and Juniors hat'ing'' Citrus Exchange has shown a mar- talks were given by various j will be required to register with the E! ,

I visiting young ladies in Gainesvillefor velous growth the three years it has members. The president reviewedthe i Military Department as well as with : ;
After the oath of office had been I Commencement activities arerequested been in operation. The amount of work of the past year and out- the Registrar. Special instructions i ii :
the : '
taken a line was formed for the bene- to turn it at once to Mr. business in the fiscal year just closed lined the proposed work for the coming i i i will be found on the cards when reg : ,

) St of the new officers and they were I:I Huff the name and address of exceeds a million and a half dollars year. : istering.The .I"
I given a proper incentive to be faith- I Van ladies in order that invitations seven times the business of two years Refreshments, consisting of ice t
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fal to their duties. i I these' young Junior Prom may be ago. Its greatest value has been in cream and cigars were served and ev- ; Suwannee Military Academy |:
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1j 1I j I Plans have been made for the society number' of invitations the service given to the members, who eryone regretted that the summer va- will hold their annual commencement
I for next year. and it will be the ,I Mnt. A limited under-classmen, andthose can purchase supplies through the cation would pervent the passing of t exercises May 27 to 31, in Palatka, 1"
ndeavor of the members to make the I j will be i issued to i exchange at touch better advantage many evenings in a similar way until i irnext. r i the winter quarters of the _academy f
ladies are :
present a
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society bigger and better than everbefore. individually.Sarasota Times. ( l1.:7 .
requested U do likewise.._ .- ,_ ;; than, )
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'- PAGE TWO. FLORIDA ALLIGATOR.

. tt -ENGINEERS- i TO I DICK REID

t * * * I and shellac and apply every \I DR. CHAPMAN LECTURES I IBENTON!; GET 100 P. C. ENROLLMENT'
i j with a stiff brush. We | TO THE PEABODY CLUBBy : MEN'S
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1 I + + i ( T. B. Engin- FLA.JACKSONVILLE.
I + * * t! Dear Featrix:-What are your The Peabody Club closed its year's Monday, May 10, the Benton

Dear Miss Bairfax: j on the question of the one piece ''work last: Thursday evening with an j eering Society closed its activities for ;
.: ; suit. mother : enthusiastic meeting. fhe club was year. This has,
I am thinking of having my girl ing My objects the current college
:: favored at this time by a been a year full of
wearing one. Ima j especially for the Engineer*,
; over for the Junior Prom.Vill I
;; My Dear Miss Sport-The talk on "The Four Fourths of a Man earnest endeavor for the good of the
I I have to take her to it in dress suit? SPORTING
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profession GOODS
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Dr. Chapman. Engineering
ties in most places have as a Teacher, by Society and the I
1 1 O. B. Dorfer. I definitely to say on the j speaker ably pointed out and discussed | as represented in embryo by the

I Dear Mr. O. B. Dorfer-Not neces f personally believe that you : the four main: factors that should members. The feature of the year COMPANY"The

t sarily-take her in a Taxi-Featrix. wear something. Affectionately ( characterize a teacher, namely, the : has been a series of instructive talks
Sportsman's,
f I 'I' physical, intellectual, moral and soc- on engineering subjects from mem- Store"
Dear Featrix: I ial characteristics. experience along
had
I : bers who have 129 West Bay .
1 I have just purchased a parrot and J Dear Featrix:-I am j The club then selected officers for these lines, and from others versed in Jacksonville Stn-a Phort 7b

[ so far have been unable to teach him i j love with a young lady, but she j the ensuing year: Much interest was j engineering lore, interesting varia- i Fla.
: to talk. What would you advise? filet j me kiss her except on her 1 manifested: especially in the selection tions were afforded when the Society
, Perplexed. j or fan. I am desperate. : of the president. By a small major-I I entertained the Ags in return for a I --- -

Perplexed! you will put your par- i I I do? Jamaica I i ity the following were elected: H. G. ; similar treat by them some time be happy media for the introduction 0'

rot in the room where your wife's i I' My. Dear Mr. Hit:-Kiss her J i Johnson, president; E. F.cLam, fore. a high realization of the culture _
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p sewing circle meets, I will guarantee I' That's next to the real thing. vice president; P. H. Biddle, secretary I I I i spit
;McCoy: Hubbard, president-elect: it and ideals on our
that he will learn to talk in very few rix Bairfax. i ij I I I treasurer; J. B. Walker, reporter. I campus to tN,
I lessons. Featrix Bairfax.
1 I __ I I j Dear Featrix:-What is your the newly elected president, who is a I live leadership which the society will !i I behooves the sophomores to take
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Dear Miss Bairfax-My hair is rapidly j I of kissing a girl under the famous old 'stand by' of the club, and (i i:I enjoy during the coming semester will '\|I themselves the burden of seeir.,
falling out and I fear that I I toe? I. G. who has contributed much to the j\ surpass all proceeding organizations that each new man becomes an aetnl
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am becoming bald. Is there no ef- My Dear Mr. I. G. Norance-I upbuilding of Peabody, briefly emphasized ,; and stand prominent among the Cam- member of the Society his coWt!)
fective way to stop this? ly cannot say, which toe is the necessity of "esprit de pus Literary societies. Under the Bubget System, everyman

1 v/anna Xo. I never fool around their feet. : corps," as the main factor in making I Dr. Farr favored the Freshmen j in the engineering college wj.
Dear Mr. I. Wanuna No-=If Lich- rix. ?:' a better club next year. He further ': classes not long ago with a well prepared be a member of the Iknton Engineering

liter's remedy will not work, try this' proposed as the aim of the club-The '! lecture in which he pleadedthe j Society and with the high qualm! -

f one: Mix equal quantities of Zip j j LONG 'GATOR FOR 'I I Faculty Loving Cup and a representative -' cause of the literary societies on j of leadership the Engineers shoe,;,

--- - -- 1 on one of the intercollegiate d ; the campus. According to him, thesebodies ; have one of the liveliest as well
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.1 t ,,..w., ...... n nrnrmro'"p..rhn ;, nq./rwri,111 n'//l.n.w nrM II ., t gineering Society, are especially !I campus next year. ,
11 CLUB j

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.. t' The meeting Saturday, May 8, was : Popular Goods At Popular PricesBURKH1MS
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. full of interest and action. Important -' .
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development of the club had :
discussed and decided on with': I

speed and precision. #
After amending two sections of the

by-laws of the Cosmopolitan Club, ;:I,. .
KCYf MTO? ,! acording to the members were :
in the prehistoric times and i I THE THOMAS COMPANYCOME

i ,, !/l o a?'yoaf-found soft drink not fit in with the progressive i ij! ,
of the club, election of officers IN AND SEE TS FOR BASE BALL FOOT

i For college men, business J -the took first place.semester of the )"ear.1 1 l'I BALL-TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTING GOODS. ,,

I.. men, professional 7'.j The officers elected are W. Yarnoff, :.

t : men, men of sports- ; M. Stein, vice president; :
baseball Gordon, secretary; A. Rogero i;
football, golf, and J de Sampais, sergeant !!

tennis, shooting, riding. arms. I DROP IN
_ For Mr. Sampais proved himself the
everybody, everywhere i popular member of the club, be-

I the year 'round, the only one of the officers to be
unanimously.A You'll)} De
Welcome
Bevo is hale refresht, smoker in honor of the members Whether or Not Yoi Decide to Buv

ment for wholesome 3 the club graduating this year was

thirst-an : on and a committee to ar- '
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invigorating F.
e the program was appointed.Mr. Stock
soft drink. Ideal for the Hurlebaus of the graduating :

athlete or the man in gave a brilliant talk on the
of the Club," and appealed to
physical cr m :-itaI training members reutrning to the Uni- : TAILORAlteration
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) '.. .: .. THE FLORIDA

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GIVES ENTERTAINMENT United States Government for federal .

war tax, excess profits tax, Liberty;" ; !:Ii I.
Last Saturday night the girls ofesvillu i ii Loan Bonds Thrift Stamps, capital i .: 'T1 J\ !: it"

i +were the hostesses at a ; stock tax, merchant's license aDd auto: : J bfiS
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enjoyable dance given for the! tax, and by every society and organization : ongues bnH; ii-
lty that '
: the inventive mird J
I University.boys.Is .
*n and of man can invent to extract what Ii; J n
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The Elks Club was attractively may or may not '!
possess. ourS h
I fa-orated and by the inspiring music? I 4 oes i Ii i
had a most enjoyable even-! have been solicited by the Society : .

ierrone of John the Baptist, the U. C. V., t'le4: u e !'

r g.Chaperones for the evening includ- U. D. C., the Navy League, the Red;' .;
Could \
liMrs. W. 1... Denham, Mrs. J. H.taker Cross, the Double Cross, the Purple >j TalkTHEY'D
Glass, Mrs. Baring: and :
Mrs. : Cross, the Black Cross, the Children'sIlorre ; L

hers.., J.v.,.. ..,. ,!I the Dorcas Society, the Y. +:I. :
Men "Get.fcGether." C. A., the Y. W. C. A., the Boy Scouts,' < Ii
Chemistry
Saturday night the E. K. Chemical the Jewish Relief and every hospital *!! '' TELL A FAR MORE INTERESTING STORY THAN ANY WE d ;it

(t1Db j will hold its annual banquet at I in town. Then on top of it all-came COULD THINK OF. THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY FROM THE .0 t
Piss Nora Norton's, where a big '. the Associated Charities and Salvation ; 'j TIME: THEY WERE CUT FROM GENUINE CALF-SKIN UNTIL THEY t

dine! is expected by all. After the ,!I Army. j..... WERE TRIMMED, FINISHED AND SENT TO ONE OF THE THREE !,l+
have taken up several hours The Government has governed I.j PORTER STORES TO BECOME PART OF THIS GREAT ORGANIZA ;

jnrmen,3th their carefully prepared speeches I my business that I don't know who ,II I TION'S POPOGANDA OF QUALITY .

aDd the old members awakened, the owns it. I am inspected, suspected, 4 ,
cab will discus the prospects for a I examined ar.d re-examined, informed,: 4 BLACK, BROWN AND TAN LEATHERS IN LASTS THAT FIT THE t
Greater Florida, and a Greater Chem- required and commanded; so I don't : 4 FOOT COMFORTABLY AND CORRECTLY, tI
!Department next falL !' know who I am, where I am, orhy < .
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Dji ever kiss a girlie on the sly, !I 1 I am here. All I know is that I am Dji ever think 'twas time for you to supposed to be an inexhaustible supply <
of money for every known use,; 4
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Then'you did, did she caress you, ; need, desire or hope of the human < I
CiO tlt Lord,above to bless you, 1' race .and because I will not sell all < ILiii

Dp; ever;.so.)have I.friend. I have, and go out and beg, borrow or I'I .
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I have been <0
I f '' i iD steal money to give away :
eEiJ- rep 1 a a hard earned ':'cussed: discussed, boycotted, talked I 1

k,{ten to, talked about, lied about, held up, i'. 4t 4* f
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Titfliis promise'that he'd pay itsback t( hung up, and nearly ruined; and the y
again, only reason I am clinging to life is '.0fr Corner Bay and Laura Jacksonville, Fla. :

waited feeling sore to see what in the his coming next.
And while you \ I
W he try to borrow more, : :
)Ufa ever; so have I. Laughing up one's sleeve is the +.e0 e.+ .dd.9..eeeeeeeeeee+...eeeeeee .
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most direct route to the funny bone. : -
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INFOKMATON FOR THE UNINITIATED.By :
INSIDE !
An Appreciation.) I .L, 1r
Tohretow-
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I II : i: GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO.
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of Florida, who, as : .L'L
addressed to all sons
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This list of script i NOTED FOR QUALITYDIAMONDS \
they sit down at the end of every week and harken to the s lio- i+ Li fi FINE JEWELRY, OKINAWA, j t:

quizing front page howls of the college saurian, the Alligator, i .:::| GLASSWARE AND SILVERWARE ; ,

tremble in abject terror at its editorial growls, the groaning insympathy p -Jl, West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida. ;h hx : t tt

'with the moanS: of the humorous column, little reckon- ,, L'i i fifi ii
angle, the deus ex ma- CLASS PI\S-UI\GS-JIEI>.\ TROPHIES : I
ing who is the guiding hand, the guardian .. .n : t
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china of the prodigy of the press. who, in the (4I\ i $$$ $ I
and gentlemen, x
ladies
We present this evening,
and sublime self-
dutiful spirit of altruism, youthful rashness
fear to tread, (no, Ferdmandnotwholly ;
S trite, rushed in where angles he I
accepted
and
on account of the cuss laden air,
0 salty tears;, 0, Just
managing editors position. 0, illusion, i
serpeant's tooth is the W
as Salty Sweat, 0, how sharper than the

bite of an ungrateful alligator.The unknown to us this tfiA SOUTHERN MUSIC CO. ; e
managing editor, we wish to say, is i t
chance for collusion, prejudices opersonal 28 ADAMS STI EETJA'KSONVILI.E. FLA.
ru, there is absolutely no
so statement, but i
friendship to tinge this article with biased TIle Store !: --- !:Ii ;' I
well. 'Ye viewed with appre- n
him full
previous years we know of the doubtful honor of the job and Largest Stock: In the South of Musical In- I
tensive grief! his acceptance man in the first for 1
a young 1
while
I looEeH on with melancholy sorrow audacity of youth, with & g struments, Strings Drummer's Traps gy.
untried
rush of virile strength, with an sapped his nervous _

tUdlike burst in human nature gradually hysterical, hypochondriac, "Regular and Sheet Music S
energy to the point of becoming an confirmed cynic as the rttort '
U all self confidence turned into a Fellows"Whether !Ii :

.of. love's labor lost as a managing editorThis fast dimming eye y| MAIL ORDERS SENT SAME DAY AS RECEIVED afr ,
and
halting step its clothes, shirts,ties i
with
year we return of a copy of th e !ifi I fii
'to the scenes of our youth, and catching wicked sight Revellers to lay: helr : or accessories,, the boys know $ $ $ $ $$ $$$$ Y
Gator::pread. out 'on ,the.;:table for we snatch it ur where the styles are "Shown

cards, on, or roll \heir Ethiopian Ivories'Ye scan upon Its![ bold headlines, First." \

f outraged Ire'at such lese majeste. editorials, its touching jestand Summer weight Hart, SchaffnerMarx I !

graphic columns, its sad, but true it not etter !involuntariK & and "Society Brand" .+.....+.+++++.++++.+.++..+.+++
find the paper as good as ever, omniScIent and indefatigable) Suits S13: to $73.; + -
our hearts turn to the man whose whole in !" ,tt
perfect .
t *1I1d d is a large factor in the making of the our heart- Young Men's lightweight, all : Eyes ;; Glasses :

short, to the managing editor. Emotion tightens while! with hand! ; wool, hand tailored suits, $3:) to Testftd. utf.:: .,...... Fitted. .
cgs, and unbidden tears flood our eye, lauder its soiled $10. Palm Beach suits, $18, $20. :s-; .A" : ,

,'JJ.12.hnC\it! scarce repressed affliction and we determined thatch / ,

('---"tonKelr: merit ,'-immaculate fall unheeded state into the gaping! maw LEVY'SHay J WE DO OUR OWN LENSE GRINDING. NO DELAY. :, { I
Sc a work of' shairhot } in a fitting memortte ."'
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? rubbish barrel, but remain to posterIty with its sturdy tis- t C. H. COLES & SON f r t
it lof unr love, "we patch our; sheets to gaze and ad and Hogan Street.CKSONVILLE. ; 1
des and issue forth, thus clad for all beholders the managing editorce.forbids J.\ FLA. .' Jewelers and Opticians. Gainesville: Florida. 1

F6Readers',. let us all render homage subsequent to issues we WIll deal ..+.+..........+.++.+++...+..+.+ t
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in .
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at present, each his just ; I
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ALLIGATOR. 21, 1320.
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BUSINESS DEPARTMENT
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annual assembly
*!iI. 'Si Triedlander ........_...................... ...._........._ Business Manager The fortieth '

J3Jec White ..._.........m......"u....._--_.---..._.._.._......_.._._..Circulation Manager: ;1 the Grand Council Royal and Select .... 'l
I Masters of Florida was convened

3tate:-The Florida Alligator, $1.30 the year. I yesterday morning in the Masonic \

temple, with Dabney B. Palmer, of :
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EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Monticello, grand master, presiding. \

sessions held, one
21. JG. Ford _.._._..._...___....._._.__..._....__..___..._. EditorinChiefC. j There were three

< S. :Ball: Jr., .._.__._.__.__.....___.._..._... Managing Editor I in the forenoon, another in the afternoon -

:TJ. >\\:. Keen ..................................................-..........._ Assistant Managing EditorA. I and a night session, when an -

:.SoUee ...............-...........-._......_._........__._........_...................AtWefc! Editor I adjorunment was taken, all business

:1*. 1L: Knight ...........-.......-.-..........-........-..............-.......-......._..Society Editor |i I being disposed of by the grand counI -

Truman Green _.............._..........Staff Reporters.....___...____.....J. H. VardegriftJBrttered I cil and the officers for the ensuing
r t. -- I year were elected and installed. The

as second class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at j largest attendance in the history of

;g j Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1873. :': the grand council was recorded.
which
i the morning session,
H !dace all communications and news items in boxes designated for that :j At
I opened at 10 o'clock, Grand Master
purpose in Peabody and Language Halls. J
I Palmer presented his report for the ,
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TO THE SENIORS. Everyone is undoubtedly acquainted '' year and following this considerable

: with the laws and regulations of routine business was transacted. The G.&een

:ln :this concluding issue for the 1 the Honor System. But too much I reports of the other grand officers

I arm .1919-20, the Alligator desires to stress cannot be placed upon a certain t! were made at the afternoon; session at

bwngratulate the Seniors on having phase; that it is just as much a : which the grand officers for the ensu-'I Rzvo

a-uccessfully: completed their course of I violation of the Honor System for one ing year were elected as follows: ,
I Charles H. Ketchum of Key West r
I :study at the University and to extend to see a man obtain or give illegitimate ;
1 heartiest wishes for their success aid and then not report it to ,I thrice.-Fla. Times-Union. TUE SNAPPY LIME DRINKS r;

and happiness in the life to fol- the proper authorities as to receive -
: f for Maas Bros' eight-
Contract new
'low. The class of '20 leaves behind 1:1or give illegitimate aid himself. If r Serve a winner-Green River. '
of
home the southeast
corner
i story at
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hen a record of achievement of which j;!I your Honor System is not functioning Zack and IJUmpa streets was let to LrNl It will be a pleasant surprise to I

they may well be proud. To enum- !,i as it properly should, the cause maybe j j those who drink it for the first
| Miller said be
G. A. at a figure to ap- ti
t-rate these achievements would provf : laid at the door of indifference time and heartily welcomedby
* i proximately a half million dollars.
tiresome and the writer confesses his i, shown by some students who, though j those familiar with its "snap" '
Work will be started immediately on L'
Jack of ability to paint them in the ,i il they may conduct themselves honorably -its distinctive taste and refreshing
: the structure, which is to be 105 by ,
l _glowing terms such a record deserves.! during examinations, nevertheless } quality.SCHOENHOFEN.
112 feet, the 112-foat frontage beingon [
+ "We are confident that as Alumni, the have no interest in the institution
Zack street and it will be .
c
t I Class of '20 will ever strive for the :t t>f the University and allow a fellow COMPANY
i; pleted early in 1921, in time for occupancy '
.
1 growth: and advancement of their Al student to obtain illegitimate! aid un- z CHICAGO
not later than June of that
ma Mater and make secure the University i- challenged.The j| I
I +' year. The building will be of reinforced At all soda fountain and in bottler I' )
of Florida's high place
among j writer is somewhat at l Ini to ,i i concrete and modern in everyrespect :
the institutions of learning in the | O1930S."
.South. ; understand the motives of some few : with steam heat, running wa- : Co't

_.- members of the Faculty who request! ter, refrigeration plant, speed elevators I
TilE HONOR SYSTEM. and other convenu-nces. t
;, that signed pledges be given on ex- -Tampa -
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amination papers. Probably: 'hese i )
With Senior examinations taking i
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place this week and following next professors do not realize that such a j The Miami Herald aptly remarks ALLIGATOR

week for the Juniors and underclassmen procedure is entirely unnecessary un- : that Miami has taken her place as a =-- ----- I

a few words concerning our : der the administration of the Honor i Convention City. Miami has three ?------
Honor System should not be amiss. J conventions scheduled for the present I ------
System and .
only tends to decrease; thestudents'
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As :i: l workings of the Honor committee : i year; first is the dental convention, f LSM I
confidence in it. It is sincerely i
are held secret one might be 1 which convenes* June 14, 15 and 16, '
lead to believe that it is not func- i hoped that these professors and in November there will be a1 !j has moved to South Side of Squ are, four doors from McCollum's Drag I

tioning. But such is not the case. show their respect and confidence for I gathering of the utilities men of the } Store. New Spring Shoes com ing in every day. See the line Won
the Honor System in the I
purchasing.
Not: only during previous years, but approeaVng i| State and the other meeting will be : i

alluring this present year, students of : examinations by not making such re- j I the Southeastern branch of the National -------------------
,, quests.So .
the University have been requested to : Electric Light associations. ; .... '_' .-..-
Fellow -- I
Students let's "watchour (
leave because of evidence that they

were not playing square with their step" during the approaching exams ;I Okra is a vegetable that is not ":

professors and fellow-students. not only playing the gamesquarely i) generally known except in the South, GAINESVILLE FRUIT STORE I

--- -- ourselves, but standing determined : and yet it is being introduced II
WITH OTIIEr"COLLEGES.: to see that those around usda places with the greater production in new : Fancy Fruits and Draft Bc\eraire Cigars, Cold Drink? ana IkV o,10e I

likewise. I Thank You. t
-- f Florida Come Again.
in and Cuba.
The Plnnt'I !
The Freshmen at Tulane University

City Courier tells of the marketing : X. S.. TAMP: AS, Manager.
feeling that they want to help She would ;
not give one kiss and shipment '
of the first crate of okra -J
build up their college as much as possible ;- No matter how he ,
pleaded a few days ago in Plant City. The
have inaugurated an annual i .\rod vowed
it
could not be amiss
crate sold for $6.15 and the second _
:Xabor Day at which time they all And
for his joy was needed. hamper sold for $:>.:JO. Quantities of
turn out and do some public spirited 1'
okra will go forward after a few days FORD HEADQUARTERS
work for the University. Turning He begged her for
and the
cne moment's bliss price will naturally come :
tout In overalls and old clothes on May And swore he'd -I J. R. ALDERMAN, Prop.
down.
It
never reveal it brings a good price however ,
.1 they worked like trojans cleaning'Tip And still she would The Home of the Famous FORD MOTOR CARS. Accessories
not give a kiss for several weeks, until the
the hall base which will later i Supplies and Repair
mess She wanted him
.( to steal it. : plants begin to bear further north. ;
"'btturned into six tennis courts.It : Florida has oJ
a good lead over the i
is proposed: that each first-year Send It Ind! rest of the country in the productionof =

c1ass be expected by College tradition If you have a bit of news, okra, as it will not stand cold -

to build or do some public spirited -send it in; weather. Considerable okra is imported I': -

irork for the University in the years Or a joke that will amuse, !,, from Cuba and the West Indies, BEST BY TEST

Xo come. -send it in; I j j but Florida okra is well regarded by :

The faculty co-operated with the;' A story that is new, !i, the dealers and is readily sold at a Shoes that wear

workers, granting a holiday and assisting ; \Ve want to hear from you, I I j good price.-Fla. Times-Unien. UNITED SHOE STORE
in other ways. The Freshmen : -send it in; Agents for Cro>sett and Educator Shoes. "

loyally; and unselfishly! voted the Never mind about your style '! FOUND PURSE CONTAINING .:

leaning-up on their own shouldersat If its only worth the while | S5.000 SNOWBANK _

& student body meeting.-Tulane -send it in. |
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IluHaboo. -Selected. A certain customer, upon reeeh'ingrr;

a request to send a check to cover his THE NEW YORK RACKET '

::='= == ::::::; .;::: :::... PICTURES and PICTURE FRAME !I j bill, sent the following letter: '

i For the following reasons I am unable -I AgentFlorsheim for 1

.1: Flowers f NORAH I have to send been you held the check up, held asked down for:, .. I i Shoes

V 3 t; sandbagged, walked on, sat on, flat- .
'*For all occasions. Prompt service lit Greeting Cards toned out and squeezed; first by the _

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BOYS Alachua County Abstract Company 'r
Mills the Florist\ Every room ought to get a rood live dailv. Subscribe for THE II 1:. I'ol.son. President -'

ATLANTA GEORGIAN and SUNDAY AMERICAN. Contains a Memlwrs of .\mtritan"f nation of Title .Men. Member of Florid*!
Jacksonville Fla. An I iracker-jack sporting section. Delivered :20c. per week- I .Is ociation of Title Men. *|

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I ALLIGATOR FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1920.
,- :"' II 1 Old Tastes and II I PACE: FIVE

IS, BODIFORD I! I 11 _____

DRUGGIST ; Youngsometimes I FAMOUS_FANS B)' Hendrix
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cp- IS Tt1E SPRINGRA'NING BIGGEST' AND 0:<#'.. ... L .
TOw: EVE'RA.D EWt4TTHE .'_
i, Do Business With ; .
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PHIFER STATE BANK ( Pious COME t ow,4 > l

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BASE 1411 FELLERS D4NlNh R40M <
FRuM N00 Y02K? -y ..i.
'H B. M. TENCH H d-: kJ /I IIL

di;agri'. but both Father
0 Gainesville 0 :and Son approve r..1'our Tailoring
its ; in
every ueta-I l.e father 'Jl G '
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;of a well proud l4 LC TtiSMS Mt15T 9E i
dressed f
E Florida. E i We make clothes that son and please vice the versa.old '' //r' P (v ( FEUeRs N00 YORti.oNTNEIR MtLIYuNNittPiS''. .t I.
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man the middle-aged
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t young man, too. Clothes
for bu J
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our work i is
mess!characterized by elegance, style. neat II
I and finish. I
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Makes forLower MI I- =: ::-=::: ::=:- ;:=:: AXDVHITIAN'S CANDIES CUTLERY
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-'I Prices 4 SANITARY BARBER i TOMKINSON KEY FLORAL CO. I

t 2: On Standard- SHOP I
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... CAMPUS\ TOGS 'il I I"T. READ THE ADS IN THE ALLIGATOR :;::= .:::::::. :-::....:::--: t:

e Extreme You n gMen's j> S. DORSET & CO. -. -Florida Barber
ShopFOR
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4 For Goodness Sake Drink I
i West Side of Square Gainesville.
- FASHION PARK +j; DORSEY'S DELIGHT COFFEE want in the line of Fancy Fruit, Groceries and Vegetables ,
exclusively designs U. ::;:::7 ::::;: :::: ;:'::- r- .
at the Lowest Prices, Call at the L I
in fine tailored I I -- f

Suits. 1 ADAMKATZ&CO. Sanitary Fruit and Produce Company HOTEL HILLSBOR

J Two-piece suits of I i Phone 87. Gainesville, Fla. I

Palm Beach D i CORRECT CLOTHES TOP 0' TOWNS

Tropical Worsteds i I i ii i __ ___ n .
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ADVERTISING IN THE ALLIGATOR PA
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Mohair TAMPA FLA.
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:J k YBOR CITY, FLA. BURNETTTHF.CLOTHIERNUFF i Order Your Visiting Car s;Tiw

BAILEY I Commencement is not far off antli$ swill (
:l J 44 I : avoid disappointment by placid. f
r y"ur order for cards now..e arc'
THE CLOTHIER H J. W MeCollum & Co. ,showing i all the latest styles of, e*- i
1 DRUGGISTS"The !1 graving at moderate prices. The plat .
:20.207: Lafayette St. Rixall Store" Gainesville SED i-> your property and is delivered wits
'tk ;: T.nIP.FI.OIUD..\ f Agents for the card I II'
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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR
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PLACE IN S. I. I. A. TRACK I nari Toilet I if PARLOR"X
22 ; ;I For Drugs&ati: PALM
1! Articles, Candies, Souvenir
(Continued from Page; One) I ,
I Waterman
150 men and as the records show no lis, i Cards, -
Pens. I! "ICE CREAM DE LUXE
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one had a Pole I ft
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fairly large crowd attended, but j feet ':j jErvm I iI M r3
this was partly due to the weather I '= and Classical Sheet Music. High Grade
$ Canfi
Popular
conditions, Which were not at all ida,
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sailed to the average track man. ':" points r BUY ,CLOTHES I i I 11';i Crane's Exclusive Stationary

Florida took: eighth place in the :/I I ., J ____-... ......- ..-__ ..,.......,
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The events came off as follows: lee, ; : I 4
One mile: McClasky, Georgia Tech, 'I gia, ; !I I -

first; Spencer, Mississippi, A. and M., ( -' -

second; Xavanaugh, State University J I r '--. --" : 1! -..
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of Kentucky, third; Howell, Vanderbilt -' 1
fourth. Winner's time, 4 min i it I II .- ,
t I j Blake, I I \ II THE WHITE HOUSE"
utes, 38 seconds. '! i i .f :
Shot put: Greer, Sewannee, first,
itches Mis- !> gerald, II : i One of Florida's Best Hotels
41 feet, 1 1-5 ; Carpenter .

sssiippi A. and M., second; Williford, j! Texas, I i ; I Rates from $3.50 to $5.00 per day, American Plan.
., Mississippi A. and :M., third; Wheat, I \
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University of South Carolina, fourth. I < ; Prices Marked in Every Room.
i Tulane
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100-yard dash, Helm, Louisiana I .
State university, first; Hanes, Vanderbilt '\Jl ,,: I .. ; S. OGDEN CHADWICK,
Griffin, Georgia Tech, i l One '" 'l e Manager.
second; I :-1
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Vimrers' time, 10 2-5 seconds. sippi I II !' r, \! I ,Ii ,

Discus throw: Bulbert, Clemson, 'State, ; I .-- -----
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440-jard race: Coughlin, Sewannee, i I \\1 IJ
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Louisiana State, fourth. Winder'stime stud I II ,
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of Kentucky, first; Ellis, Mississippi i i loughby Raiford. !; dF x sr tf\\ I h hI j Basement Language Hall
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Georgia Tech, third; Mann, University -
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onds flat Hammond, Sewannee was:; j jdisqualified ally : -.Jt1d I !I LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS, FRESHMANCAPS
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a new S. I. A. A. record; Ellis, Spring Models Now on ,

Mississippi, .\. and M., second; Hammond -I saw farm mill, Dis-plaj'-30.00 to 40.00.. ; j

Sewannee, third; Porter, of of 6,000 I :'Z::: ::::::::: ":':=: -=_::: :rr -::... :

Georgetown University of Kentucky, MEN'S FASHION SHOP ..
fourth. Previous record of 26 seconds

flat. _' of might Tampa Florida I I'I ,
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A. and M., second; Covington, I by 'J'I
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L. S. U., third; Cochran, Mississippi*'; Gainesville Furniture Co.
2 humorous incident of the even-
A. and 31., fourth. Winner's time, '
minutes, 2 2-5 seconds. | Ags was when Roy Driggers, Presi- > :
5 i o'clock, appeared on the scene in due':'' :
High jump: Burton, Sewannee, ,
trip for the official initiation. I
feet" 9 3-4 inches, first; Jegetts, University -
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S. U., tied and took 2 1-2 points each; : pep '
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Coving, Clemsnit,_ Pollard, Georgia' !' ;
Tech,Shnley. L..,$. y., and Moss$J l'1i.- \ : year of 1919-20, all antici
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versity of Tennessee, tied for: nessed !
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place,taking 1-4 point each.. : ensuing
Ag. Clnb, the Agricultural College
record of 26 seconds !
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the second heat when Clare of the Vice :1 1I'
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State University' of Kentucky made it
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in 25.2 seconds. ton. FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
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220-yard dash. Helm, L. S. U.rfirst; Critic
time, 22 4-5 seconds; Griffin, Georgia i j t Virginia University. The adopt-'!, <'!n.
Tech, second; Conghlin, Sewannee : (. t coat of arms consisted of a sweet : j j jj New Million Dollar Bank". Resources Over $2,000,000.

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