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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily 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: June 18, 1920
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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VOL. IX GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1920. No.1'. :*I


It STRICT -RULES APPLIED -TO DANCING AMONG ARRIVAL AT A CUBIC PEN-PICTURE DESCRIBES THE : *. I I:


: THE NOR 1ALITES OF 1920 SUMMER SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOOLHello TREND OF THOUGHT AMONG THE STUDENTS i'


a-; Faculty Have Decided That Gymna- I I Yes, we are at the State DURING THE FIRST DAY OF THE SESSION I' ::
sium Shall Be the Only Hall DR. COX SUFFERS UniversityIn )

for This Amusement. I the saddest, saddest plight. ;
1- i NERVOUS BREAKDOWN' I slept with my head on a towel BEEKEEPING COURSE Being a Conglomeration of Impressions r
Last Monday morning at the All the long, hot summer night. Upon the Mind of a New ;
; : opening chapel exercises of the Summer Schoo; Student. t J-

\ summer session, a serious subject TO TAKE RESTProf. When I touched that sheetless, pil- OPEN TO STUDENTSOF .

.'... was announced, discussed briefly lawless bed, "Ooo-oo-o! So this is Gaines-
5 and apparently settled for good. Cawthon Takes Place of Deanof To the outside world I became 1920 NORMALFrank ville!" ,.
r That subject was that of dancingat I the Summer School-Dr. C2X quickly dead, "Oh, look! There are Mary and :
the U. of F. Summer SchoolLAlthough May Come Later. For we'd travelled all day like sar- Edna. I didn't know they were }
Sterling, of the Florida
Professor Cawthon stat- dines in a box coming!
t' ed that the faculty had agreed that With teachers and teachers, in State Plant Board, Is Class "Hey, Joe, what cha doln here? I
dancing had become a set part of Great was our sorrow, on arriv- smocks and frocks. I Instructor.At "Taxi. Taxi to University t
ing at the University, to hear that
1<} the enjoyment of the summer grounds. Taxi. Take you right to '
Dr. Cox could not be with us this the school at the Un- "
school, and that they were in sympathy No, didn't get any supper-just summer the campus. This way lady- ?
summer. After many weeks of iversity of Florida, In Gainesville,
checks. Your
with a certain amount of too late. "College baggage !1
strenuous work, preparing for the a short course in Beekeeping is be- checks for trunks." a I
that form of pleasure: still he fur They had put away the last cup your
largest Normal school ever held ing given for the benefit of those 'i
ther stated that the faculty had and plate. "Will you send my trunk right
here, he had a nervous breakdownlast who are desirous of gaining Infor- ? Oh, all ;
ruled that no dancing should be in. But still we are happy, though we away please right., please
Friday afternoon. He is not mation regarding the most modern "
dulged in on or off the campus by look kinder bum do. I need it badly.
the school students seriously ill, but completely tired methods of handling bees.It (Unmistakable sounds of start-
summer exceptin
As we ask each other, "Has your
the gymnasium under proper out from the faithful performanceof trunk come?" is the intention to give to the ing motors, honking horns, and refractory ,
his many duties and is in need students trucks.) ;t
supervision. availing themselves of .
Heretofore, the various places of a rest. He expects to leave No, our's has not, I'm sorry to say, this opportunity, all of the informa- Ta-tatata. Ta-tatata. (Being q: j.
such as the College Inn, "Aleck's"and sometime next week for a summer I And it seems that it won't get here tion required in making this a suc- translated. 'Come to supper. Come 14
the various fraternity houseson vacation. With him go our best I today. j cessful vocation. A honey house to supper.") t:.
and near the campus have received wishes for a speedy recovery of Need itVell! I should say that weD.o and laboratory, of the most modern "Oh listen to the bugle. It must ; "
more than their share of at- his strength and vigor and a popewhe J type found in the South, has been be supper time." ;yz,
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tendance by the normalities. Not before this trfioo\tjttm jpitmtf"' *TcTse than the heathen need religion erected, a fair sized apiary is to "Don't crowd so-"
may a Mffi feenth jtJlvArro i 01 I be used in "Get off feet. ;_
so this summer-on account of the too. conjunction with the my E. -
ruling above. Of course, as wa'sstated his strong wr. afcty. I studies and all of the knowledge "Corned beef and biscuits! J\ i-' -

r by Prof. Cawthon, and also He will b missed by all, as.l1. i we're so happy; wouldn't leave regarding beekeeping, from a be might have guessed it." '
rumored considerobly around the has, in summers past. 1 IjQtJT {lam':( :i for worlds ginner's standpoint to that of an "Good evening, waiter. Some- oW

campus since Monday, the gymnasium very life and center of our summer : This darlingest bunch of blessed- experienced beekeeper is to be tiing special for supper I notice." f.
will be used (under proper school. Those who haven't -tertl t girls.id : had. "Some sutper. Well good night, t
supervision) probably once a week the pleasure of attending, pchool 1 forward to end. Some twenty-six Government Vocational every one; I'm going to unpack. ,:
for dancing. That will have to be here before, av apprpci is students as well as a num- "Oh, did your trunk come?" l',}
sufficient for the lovers of the I interested re'' ) n ny tlth t\fr.t i of of grandestoys. ber of regular students are avail "Mine didn't either. What can
"tripping of the light fantastic." letters and hVlVVj\'\ \ JftM.IM i ; ( to, ing themselves of the advantagesof we do?" :
A good many of the students of 'having him a.\jii' aeanuiisHe y r. I this course. Three hours per "Oh, say, lend me a sheet please.
those more inclined toward this Is a sincere and interesting week are given, with two hours I'll return i it tomorrow when my '
special form of amusement in ques- man, always taking an active part ; Y. M. AND Y. W. TO field practice and one hour class trunk comes." <
tion had already made arrange in the work here. We will especially i work (lectures). "Ouch, oh I stepped on a tack"Bump
ments for starting the summer miss him in the Psychology WORK HAND IN HAND Mr. FranK Stirling of the Florida bumpity, bump bump."Heah's :

school off-as in summers past- course, which heretofore has been FOR STUDENT BENEFITMr. State Plant Board has been appointed ye' trunk ledy. Right ;,
with dancing even on the nights of one of the best courses given. instructor of this class.in heah in this room! Yes ma'am, R ,
However, we are fortunate in securing '
this first week. And their disappointment thank you ma'am. ;
I is keen, as is readily such an able man as Pro- White and Mrs. Rumley, Both charge of the work of the Y. W. **! ?! ?_!"4Not! ( fit to trans r
fessor Cawthon to take his place. Here Last Summer, Are Again
manifested by the remarks heard C. A. work, Mr. White, who has late, but you know what it means.)
here and there of, "Oh, just think Professor Cawthon had his plans Back-Moving Pictures. I been with the University as "Y" "I can't open my trunk." ,
what we were doing this time made for study in the Universityof Secretary for the past :year and "Oh, look at my hat. Where
last year," "I wish they would Wisconsin, but sacrificed themin i The Y. M. C. A. and the Y. W. last summer school, will again be did all that ink come from?"
move the tables out of the side order to fill this present posi 1 C. A. here at the U. of F. summer at the head of the Y. M. C. A. "My poor dresses. Mercy!"
room at "Sam's' and let us dance," tion. I school are to go hand in hand this work. "Ooo-o-o there goes a roach.
and the like. But it is generally summer in caring for the physical, The new gymnasium building is Catch it quick."
hinted that there will be enough No teacher of English should be i social and spiritual welfare of the at the disposal of the students in "Where's some soap?"
leniency those without Riley's and 1\lark. students. MrsRumley, from Tam work-for "
on nights when poems this their pleasure and "Have ;you a glass?
dancing is allowed so that all will Twain's works. Easy terms to'' pa, who was here last summer and training together. Mr. White and "Where's the matron?"
be satisfied. teachers. See Leon A. Gray. ': will be remembered very kindly, is (CONTINUED ON PAGE T11RFF1\ (CONTINUED ON PAGE SIX)
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Gainesville Electrical Supply CompanyEdison WORK-HAND- IN HAND NORMAL STUDENTSCome
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Mrs. Rumley promise a complete
Mazda Lamps and Supplies series of entertainments from the to

CONTRACTINGFLASH first days of this week on throughout ,
the summer school. The gymis
fitted out with a first class motion Palm Parlor '
LIGHTS
picture machine, screen, and
entire equipment, and on every
Telephone 122 215 1 East Main St. S., Gainesville. Fla. Friday. night there will be shown I and Keep Cool
interesting pictures. The first
show will be tonight in the gym,I.
and after tonight, every Tuesday :
night pictures will be shown. I I

OTTO F. STOCK, Tailors I I These school pictures students-for are all free to their summer J.J S. BODIFORD & CO. ')l I'!

pleasure and benefit. Any of the
Alteration, Cleaning, Pressing students who fail to see these pic- Druggists !
tures will regret it later, because
Phone 354 Gainesville special attempts are being made to Agents for MORRIS CANDIES Phone 32

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Sunday, the campus grounds be- Hot Point Electric Irons and Appliances, Electric Repairing :
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will be
Sterling National Mazda Lamps, All Sizes. Phone 107
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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATORSummer :. DO BUSINESSVITH

( School Edition)
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I; I If I I Clifton and Johnson:Managing, Business Editor. :Manager ; THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK i

; Gertrude Williams, Associate Editor i
l 1 tl Miriam Connor, Associate Editor. I I GET YOUR DRINKS ATMILLER'S

! !! Entered as second class matter, I
! Sept. 28, 1912, at the Postoffice at ; "The New Million Dollar Bank. \1
Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of'
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I I '! Rate:-The Florida Alligator, Scatter Sunshine with Greeting CardsSend I
I\ ; (Summer School Edition), 60c for
I I the entire summer, eight issues; i
I' i 30c for one month, four issues; perJ No Better On Earth l!
individual copy-5c. one to the friend you ought to write,
J I Come, See and Taste for Yourself I But haven't time to. t tI
This summer's student body I
seems to include excellent material
i for our orchestra. Old "Jazz" will I Cards for f l ORTON Milton Bradley
11 I be with us soon. Every Occasion J. | OVELTIES Quality Books
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t I!, "Bugling for the dining hall" THE FORDSON TRACTORAND AUTO SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIESGill
it may seem odd to the new students I

but to the old ones it PHIFER FORD CARS AND Piston Rings. Goodyear Tires and Tubes
brings back pleasant memories of
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I a year ago. "
f STATE TRACTOR PARTS
The "Normalities" are co-opera- GAINESVILLE AUTO SUPPLY CO. .
expected to cooperate J. H. OLDERMAN,
tors. They are
BANKGainesville Phone 183 Gainesville, Fla. t
i with Alligator staff and Dealer
patronize the advertisers of the
Alligator. Students when you do Fla. Ford Headquarters
your shopping in townrememberthe Gainesville, Fla.
ones who help make your pa-
per possible. Homefolks and VisitorsWe


I take pleasure in serving you with the best the

I I VIDAL DRUG CO. HIGGINBOTHAM.BROTHERS I. Mrs. S. L. Hammargren market affords at prices consistent .

II For Drugs, Stationery, Toilet with the cost of things. i
I Articles Candies, Souvenir -
I Cards, Waterman'sPens.. MillineryHandkerchiefs. Come Once and You'll Come Again

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On your way to the UniversityCold Corsets. ALACHUA CAFEOPEN

I Go to I Drinks. Groceries. 109 University Avenue, West ALL DAY OPEN ALL NIGHT
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the scene of plays, games of all <
L. J. BURKHIMHome I kinds, singing, etc., which will be Burnett 7ie( Clothier
:open to all and for the benefit of
''I all, boys and girls, men and women
alike. As a form of recreation
of I these games can not be beaten and
besides they offetr a chance for Nuff Sed
the young people, and even the
4 Hart Schaffner & Marx older ones, for that matter, to mix
; together and become acquainted:
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with each other. The "Y" has the
equipment, a complete set of bats,
Griffin Brand and balls, etc., for the games that
both the boys and girls take partin
large push ball, etc., and there THE NEW YORK RACKETShoes
Strause Bros. ClothingFOR will be no doubt but that these
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enjoyed last summer.Mr. Gents Furnishings and ReadytoWear.McCORMICK'S .
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smile for everyone you meet-
because you are surely going to
A FULL meet all the students here and
learn to like all of them before the Complete line of
summer session is over.ORDER .
Evening's EntertainmentVISIT Millinery and Ready-to-Wear. :, j j

Special reduction to all Summer School Students.
Modart and Gossard Corsets.

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"Sh, oh, girls, go to sleep." Sporting Goods Cutlery I
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