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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
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: June 25, 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>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
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normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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SUMMER SCHOOL EDITION :1

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VOL. X
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1920. No. 2
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STUDENT ACCOMMODATIONS IN GAINESVILLE-- I FIRST-MEETING OF PEABODY CLUB HELD IN o j


I VERY INADEQUATE-ROOM RENT AT PRICES We Assure You i GYMNASIUM LAST SATURDAY EVENING ',


OUT OF REASON-APPEAL FOR IMPROVEMENT', OF THE PUREST AND LARGE NUMBER AT OPENING SESSIONUNIV. .1

BEST DRINKS AND UNFAILING -
Student Gives Own Student Body Looking Forward to
Experience in NEW RESIDENT
COURTEOUS COMMONS Great "Doin's" from PeabodyThis
Getting Located, Paying Rent,
Kind of Accommodations, Etc. NURSE FOR HHE SERVICE AT SERVES TWICE AT Summer. 'l'


Probably never before In the his- UNIV. INFIRMARYMiss EACH MEAL NOWDue Last Thursday evening a goodly
tory of Florida was the state so The College Inn number of summer school studentsmet
in the gymnasium and set in
crowded with visitors as at this Ruth Dreher Arrives from to Exceedingly Large Numberof
motion the activities of the Peabody -
time. A month before the sum- Ocala to Take Place of Miss Students Here, Extra Wait
Club of the Summer School.
mer school began I was informed, Mac Robbie. ers and Double Sitting.As !
The
retiring president Mr. H.
upon inquiry for a furnished apart
VESPER SERVICE INGYMNASIUM G. :Metcalfe called the club to
order -
ment, that it would be practicahyimpossible Among me new attendants of has been expected for some
and made short
to secure one and that the U. of F. Summer School is Miss time the having a con-
past present
t HELD summer cise speech announcing the objects -
there was not a vacant: house in Ruth Dreher from Ocala who school enrollment far exceeds that

Gainesville.This comes to Gainesville to be the resi-- LAST SUNDAY EVE. of all past sessions and the Uni- nominations of the were meeting in order, stated for that officers :

information came from dent nurse at the University In- versity Commons which feeds the
-- for the Then
summer. began
Dean Cox. When I arrived in firmary. The former nurse :Miss:\ "The New Heaven and the New greater majority of these studentsis an avalanche of nominations.

Gainesville I went to an address MacRobbie\ has resigned from the Earth" Was SubjectMr.White being worked much more than I Many of the nominees established
tent me by the dean where I expected position and has left Gainesvillefor Speaker.On usual in order to supply the sufti- precedents hitherto unknown in
to get room for reasonable a visit. At the time of turningthe cient amount of food. The floor I
politics by declining the nomina- .
price. Upon arrival I found thatI news copy over to the printerfor last Sunday evening the Uni-- space anod the table room in the tions.

I would be expected to share a this edition of the Alligator it versity gymnasium was the scene dining hall will. accommodate a The following nominees were :
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room not over 10x10 with some had not been learned whether Miss of the first Vesper service of this little over four hundred persons at elected: ; j

other person. Twenty dollars was MacRobbie has resigned temporarily session of Summer School. Pre- one meal and because there is a Mr. 1'. Y. Durrance president. i
the rent charged for this. T'ie! or permanently, but it was vious to this summer these serv- good many more now eating at the Mr. II. Haseltine, vicepresident. -
bed was in the middle of the room learned that Miss Dreher will be ices have been held on the campus Commons than that number it has JI

and the only other articles of furniture the resident nurse for the entire -open air meetings-and bleachers become necessary for the managersof I Mrs. D. H. Moore, secretary and
y were a stove and a dresser session of ths summer school. were prepared then especiallyfor the dining hall to serve regularly treasurer.Mr. .

We had to share the bath room Bringing a record of excellent I the occasions. But this year two sittings at each meal. Furthermore W. S. Yates, sergeantatarms. -

with the family and other octr-; service in the Marion County Hospital I the gymnasium is being used. many more students are 'r: .
rants of the house. I hadj.inquiredby the new nlrse takes her posi-- Mr. White the popular "Y" secretary expected to arrive here in the Mr. E. F. McLane, reporter. .\
mail at another place. When I tion here qualified in every respect was the speaker for the course of the next week probablyswelling Mrs- H. G. Metcalfe critic. r-
arrived I found that the rr!':e or for the work. Being a young evening and chose as his subject the total number of the Mr. Durrance the new president t.
&x'een secure a room :alone bat the occupant the harmony of the life of the gay Earth." The audience consisting hundred. This number, if all accounts in real politics would completely

must share it with one two summer school and has already mainly of the normalities enjoyedthe are correct will necessitatetwo revolutionize our political system.He .
or three others and no towels or made many friends. service and appreciated the complete sittings at each mealin tried to defeat himself by
bed linen was furnished. The college splendid words of the speaker. As the dining hall. claiming that second choice votes

bulletin gave the ambitious ACTIVITY IN ORGANIZING there was a large crowd at this Already there are eing employed had elected him. The retiring .
young country teacher who works COUNTY AND CITY CLUBS first service it is expected that more waiters at the Commons president declared Mr. Durrance
for a small salary the idea she there will continue to be excellent than ever before. Others are ap elected and the latter was imme

could come to Gainesville at small The mess-hall has been the attendance at the Sunday evening plying for places and some are being diately inaugurated. ':

expense. scene of quite a bit of disturbance Vespers.Mr. accepted in expectation of In view of the excellent qualitiesof
My room rent 15 costing me six during the first week of summer White stated that he expected greater need. Many of the old leadership possessed by Mr. Dur i k
teen dollar per four weeks and school due to the organization of to speak again at the next Vesper waiters of previous summers are rance, the splendid forensic, dra-
my meals and room rent $40 to $45 the various clubs representative of service to be held in the gym back again and find it a pleasureto matic, and musical talents of various -
rer month. I have in my room I groups of students all in each Sunday afternoon. work at the Commons. Peabody members one may

one dresser, one chair one single group from the same town or I Last summer the waiters of the safely predict a brilliant career
bed and one table. I must share county. Applications have been "Dance and Grow Thin"-"Oh, dining hall organized into a form for Peabody Club this summer.
the bath with the family and other put to Mr. Yates for special tables Bring Back Those Wonderful of a club called the "Mess-Hall As- All summer school students are
occupants of house, but this is for the use of entire clubs and Days"-(of)-"Only a Year Ago." I sociation," and uesides having urged to attend the meetings of
the best for the money I have seen these applications have been granted their own baseball team Alligator the club. These meetings are held
in Gainesville and I have inquiredat as far as was possible. Lateron If :you kiss a miss you wish to kiss; I reporter, and special "feeds" at each Thursday evening. Come out,
many places. these clubs are expecting to act You do not kiss amiss; but if I times out on the campus they gave fellow students and help make the

When girls are crowded three as organized units in giving social you miss the miss you wish to kiss I some of the most favored stunts Peabody Club of 1920 the biggest

and four in a room they cannot functions and on Stunt Night of And kiss the miss you wish to miss I and jokes in the "Stunt Night" pro- and best in the history of the In
work or at leas t cannot work to course, these clubs will completelyrun Then you kiss the miss amiss." I gram at the latter part of the sum- stitution. Let's make this a rec

CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE) the program. -Exch. rrONTINTTED ON PAGE SIX) ord-breaking year.
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BARACA-PHILATHEA SOCIAL DANCES IN GYMNASIUM
I LAST SATURDAY EVENINGThe EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT
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ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIRDEPARTMENT
NOTICE---Summer School Students
Baraca.Philathea Union of Final decree has been settled t
I Gainesville entertained last Satur- upon about the dancing proposi--
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day night in honor of the Univer- tion for the summer school. The
;t t i While here it is our purpose to acquaint you with sity of Florida Summer School faculty supervised the drawing up !1;
students. of a set of rules for the dances
I the best place where you can find at :Mrs. Hannan was chairman of which were posted for Inspectionand SHOE SHINE PARLOR i
the entertainment committee while information last Monday. And ti
: I reasonable prices Miss Catherine McClellan headed Monday night a committee, repre- i
j I the committee for refreshments.The sentative of the young people of Chesnut'sShoe \
evening's enjoyment began the summer school who dance met
; I Ladies Dresses, Skirts, Waists, Hose, with Mr. White taking the floor with Mrs. Rumley and after a short sa a

: i and Muslin Underwear. and "engineering" a joke telling conference final arrangements were StoreSHOES
contest whicn afforded much fun agreed upon. The set of rules of
i I to those present. Prizes were offer- the faculty are considered very .
: II ed to winners in this contest but fair taken as a whole.
, I The Busy Bazaar at the end of the joke telling, it Tonight the first dance of the
was decided that all the partici-- series is to be held in the gym. Satisfaction Guaranteed
113-115 West University Avenue pants were winners and that they Music and refreshments have been South Side Square b
. all deserved a prize and it was arranged provided for and a general good
,I .I I that they should share the time is anticipated. by
,\ I honor together by being the first
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: I ones to be served punch. i

Refreshments fruit punch consisting were served of delicious on- FIRST NATIONAL BANK I

The University Book Store throughout the evening while
il numerous games, a wonderful grand GAINESVILLE. FLA.
march and conversation passed to Your Business Solicited Incorporated 1888 I
BASEMENT LANGUAGE HALL the enjoyment of the students and
: j townspeople present. .

This summer the A. T. O. frater-
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nity house is being used by girlson
account of the large number of EYES l Pa GLASSES
NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIONERY students here. The dormitories and TESTED '* MBlf FITTED
i houses around the campus are en-
i LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS .ETC. tirely inadequate to house all the
1 students.To .
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\ r the advertisers in this paperis We Do Our Own Lens Grinding-No Delay

due much appreciation and
I many thanks for their cooperationin C. H. COLES & SON
\i 1 Everything For The Students making the Alligator an Inde-
Jewelers and Opticians Gainesville, FI*.
pendent self-supporting organ of
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\I i Your Summer Requirements at Moderate Prices i I


\Ve trust that your stay in this city will be made pleasant by an atmosphere of hospitality and good fellowship among us. As to the necessaries you may require. I

= while here we may assure you of the opportunity here to purchase any article in Women's w.ear. highest quality and at a reasonable cost. = I

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Dress Fabrics of Summer Lightness Pick Several of thesePRETI'Y
CHIC MILLINERYInspect SMART FROCKS
WAISTSYou i itive I

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and in such wide va- .

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I 1 ficult, no matter: what your .
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The styles include all this 'j 3 .
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prepared to meet your summer seasons' favorite modes. /fj =
I: requirements .with a complete
f -. stock of favored fabrics for will need them for The materials are of ex- fjli =
hot weather wear. Reasonable
t I : prices add much to their natur- summer will never and find you prettier certainly or cellent quality, the work- .

,.1 i al attractiveness. this superb collection more becoming waists at: manship is perfect and the .
Displaced are Figured Voiles such modest prices.Of .
Dotted Swiss light weight Millinery Section savings most pronounced. =
Ginghams novelty Organdies 2nd Floor Voiles Organdies Crepede
solid color Organdies Voiles, Chine and Georgette. Second Floor. ='- .
etc. .
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Featuring the best stock in the state. Onyx THE WILSON COMPANY A wondrous array of these beautiful under- =
Phoenix Radmoor Monito Cadet and things (for Milady. Teddies bloomers
other makes. Saturday is
Hosiery Day. camisoles Priced
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lilB:!IB rn'! : I IB'iBIIBllBJB 11' :IBilB''III! ::1&! I IB !BiB, !B:BUB( .,.I IflilBIIBUBUBH.il .'I A WANAMAKER EDITORIALThe : J TEACHERS TEACHERS.To AND WOULD-BE. I This season has been one of '
B I I great success for the watermelon
HI! writer knows of a man who
l litt wee was offered $50,000.00 teachers and prospective I growers, and as was the case of
; Stylish S1hlOces y : -a-h, simply for the use of his I teachers only: 1 last summer, it seems that the
name alone without any service, Harper & Brothers are makingthe cold storage plant of the1&S5:
in a land speculation about to be following remarkably liberal Hall will be very popular.
launched. I,offer-Life and Complete Worksof
That Wear : There are some things not to be James Whitcomb Riley hand .
bound and with illustra- I
parted with for mountains of gold somely
=. =8i i nor for Alps on Alps of diamonds. tions by Howard Chandler Chris- The Central Hotel
tie, ten volumes, and the most
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Keep your good name; it is the
1 112 \V Main Street
i = popular of :Mark Twain's stories (5t
0 Come in and we will gladly show you i be't ever own.piece of furniture you can including "Adventures of Tom .
Sawyer," "Huckleberry Finn," etc. -
B JOHN 'v ANA IAKER. 1 Rooms $1 and up
= e ten volumes also-twenty volumesin
= BOIL IT DOWN. all, for $48.50. Eight-fifty down Running water
and one or two years in which to
; .nShod: ( ) Store:( )) Have you had a thought that's pay: the rest in easy monthly installments The Central HotelJ.
of $5.00 or $3.00 per
5 ..--napp)"?
111 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE. i 1
month and then only during those
D.
B Boil it down. J. JACKSON Prop.
:Make it short and crisp and months when you are drawing your
snappy Two doors from A. C. L. Depot
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Boil it down. I fide agent. Campus.
When your mind its gold has
minted
MRS. F. C. BABERS Down the page your pen has
sprinted, NORMAL STUDENTS :
If you want your effort printed, I
Boil it down. I
Fine MillinerySummer -The Survey. i Come to

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School students will find a complete line of Millinery here. I "Dance and Grow Thin"-"Oh, Palm Parlor
Bring Back Those Wonderful
First class ,
workmanship guaranteed. "
Days"-of-"Only( ) a Year Ago. I II
I and Keep Cool
110 W. UNIVERSITY AVENUE "The question for each man to .
I settle is not what he would do if "rlj
,he had means, time influence, and r I.J. ,.
educational advantages, but what '
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he will do with the things he has."
OTTO F. STOCK, Tailor -Hamilton Wright Mabie. j J. S. BODIFORD & CO.

Joe Scofield and his sidepartner
Alteration DruggistsAgents
Cleaning, PressingPhone
Walker, are back on the job
354 Gainesville for this summer and expect to for NORRIS' CANDIES Phone 32

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Call and Hear expected that the number of Hot Point Electric Irons and Appliances Electric Repairing .
students attending will soon run
into the thousands. Sterling National Mazda Lamps, All Sizes. Phone 107

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i FRIDAY, JUNE 25, foRI
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I nucleus of what may become one -"ARBUCKLE" YATES AGAININ

I THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR of the most powerful levers in rais- CHARGE Or; COMMONSThe DO BUSINESS I WITH

(Summer School Edition) ing the status of our profession, in
putting forth in a concrete and effective familiar! face of the head- \

Clifton Johnson, Business Manage: ; way the concensus of waiter of the Commons of last summer FLORIDA I NATIONAL I BANK"The
and Managing: Editor. ion of the teachers of oPin-1' is again found in its old place THE

Gertrude Williams, Associate Editor any given subject. With a i' this year. "Arbuckle" has the din
Miriam Connor' Associate Editor tion of these possibilities, surely ing hall under excellent order
ti
there must be born in each one of I everything possible for the comfort
Entered second class matter, :
as us a sense of duty toward this club, and satisfaction of those eat- "
Sept. 28, 1912 at the Postoffice at Dollar Bank.
I New Million
and a determinaticn to join it ourselves ing there being carried out. Mr.
of
I Gainesville, Fla., under the Act :
:March: 3rd, 1879.I to bring others into it, to Yates has a few more waiters un- I
I I take part in its programs, and in der his charge this summer than Resources Over $2,000,000.

I All news matter which is desirec short to identify ourselves with it. last on account of the increased

I{ to be printed must be in the hand: in all that it undertakes. number of patrons of the Com- -------=--=__=_=_=--=--c------==- ==__ -- -=
! of the Managing: Editor not later In the case of the "Alligator" mon His assistant this summer, ------- -- ,

I than Tuesday noon. the same reasoning will apply. If in the place of :Mr: Rigby who was i

wish to have our ideas disseminated here last summer, is Mr. Fred
Kate:-The Florida Alligator, we Durrance.BUGLER'S. Scatter Sunshine with Greeting Cards
over the state if that is, we I
Edition 60c for
(Summer School ), l lBut
the entire summer eight issues;; desire to have the State know thereis i

30c for one month, four issues; per such a thing as a "Teaching SCHEDULE.
individual copy-lOc. Force," acting as a unit in clamor- Send one to the friend you ought to write, .
ing for all that is good and uplift- ':
The bugle will be sounded regu- haven't time to.
ing for our Schools then surely
! OUR FIRST NUMBER. larly fifteen minutes before ea'h
i since the existence of such a
ii i: ; I very meal, and again five minutes be-
The publishers of this summer'sAlligator voice depends on the individual'ssubscriptionsurely
fore each meal. The first call is a
: wish to give just a word our consciencemust Card for Milton Bradley
warning to the students that they !- NORTONEvery _
I of explanation. Due -to the expense compel us to subscribe.
I Quality Books
advertise have just fifteen minutes before Occasion
of getting all the
:May we one and all realize that meal time, and the second call at ,
in form for the
ments
put up type
; I united co-operation in these two meal i iq to let them know that it
first issue, we were compelled tc
I
: things the only two things which them the
is time for to get on -- --- ---
I : cut the number of pages down tc --
of
the organic voice our
represent Besidesthe
the
to
move commons. ,
number advertisements
six. The large of
student body, is a sacred duty for bugle will be sounded at simi-
'I{ is absolutely necessary us all, and having realized the duty lar intervals before each chapel on
in order that the expenses of publication SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIESGill
.I may. be met satisfactorily. let us respond thereto. every Monday, Wednesday and AUTO
FLOREAT FLORIDA! Friday. At nights, the bugler will
Several half page ads ran for the
first issue only and have been taken call the students to their rooms- Piston Rings. Goodyear Tires and Tubes
I out now allowing a satisfactory "True love is no respector of one call at 8:45: ana the last call to
amount of reading matter- purses." Some girls like a promising quarters at 9 o'clock all nights ex-

not, as seems to be the case last young man but others pre- cept Friday Saturday and Sunday,
I week, a predominence of adver- fer one who pays cash. when the calls will be 10:15 and GAINESVILLE AUTO SUPPLY CO.

tisements. All news items sent in I 10:30.:

for the Alligator will receive It has been said that onethirdof Phone 183 Gainesville, Fla.
prompt attention. the college students go "to the "Dance and Grow Thin"-"Oh.

devil"; one-third are just average Bring Back Those Wonderful

f ON LOYALTY TO ONE'S OWN. and one-third rule the world. Days"-(of)-"Only a Year Ago."

( ? One would not think that teachers
would need any: reminder of the I.

' necessity of being loyal to their FORDSON TRACTOR Homefolks and VisitorsWe
state to their calling or to their THE i

.: university-nor, the writer hastens

to admit, do they when they understand AND FORD CARS AND take pleasure in serving you with the best the
that loyalty, or the lack PHIFER
market affords at prices consistent
of it may be shown by their lack GENUINE FORD AND

, i s of action as truly as by action it- STATE TRACTOR PARTS with the cost of things.

, i self.
: It is precisely because the aver- ; J. H. ALDERMAN Come Once and You'll Come Again
\ ; age teacher does not realize what BANK
" is involved that we have the woful Dealer
spectacle of less than fifty bona ALACHUA CAFEOPEN

': I fide members of the "Peabody Ford Headquarters
,,1 I I; Club" last year out of an enrollment Gainesville, Fla. Gainesville, Fla. ALL DAY OPEN ALL NIGHT
I L of upwards of six hundred
t ;f and-what is nearly as badlessI I :

I i i than two hundred subscriptions to I !

the "Alligator" this year out of a I
still greater enrollment.

In the Peabody Club we have the

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I i __ Summer School Studentsin

Tennis Rackets, Balls and complete line of Millinery,

Other Goods.Seasonable Ladies' Readytowear.Every .

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Shoes, Gents Furnishings and ReadytoWear.McCORMICK'S ii j;
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advantage. The people of Gaines 111
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ville who .manifest so strong an
t
interest in the University ought to f
try to make better housing condi- I
A FULL tions for the student body. The 1; ;.
'
people of the city ought not to take *
Complete line of ;:
advantage of the room shortage in {
EntertainmentVISIT
Evening's the dormitories to run up the Millinery and Ready-to-Wear. Jt J''

prices on the student body. The Special reduction to all Summer School Students. ,1r i
meals are reasonable. Mrs. Ram-
Modart and Gossard Corsets. '
sey gives the best for the money I ;.
have seen anywhere. South Side Square. Phone 460. J;
THE LYRICfor Some enterprising builders might h !
make apartment houses near the
campus furnish them with modern
conveniences, including single beds I;
Better Pictures and not put more than two per- ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. t
sons in one room. The students B. R. Colson, President. '
I would gladly pay ?2 or $2.50 a week Members of American Association of Title Men Members of N :'. I
for a comfortable room near the Florida Association of Title Men. ,!
'
University. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA.
There must be now in town I II'
something like 200 students. The I II.
legislature should either provide I.I I
housing room in new dormitories, "

I THE BIG 10, 20 and 30% the ditions University and advertise know the accordingly town con- ,

or some business man undertake
I
independently the task of providingfor ....
the knowledge seekers, who ""
SHOE SALE come to the University of Florida GET YOUR DRINKS ATMILLER'S ,;;:
and can't get accommodations in r i :
the dormitories. It is indeed a ..: .
.
IS STILL ON serious state of affairs and some
are going home because they can't 'ih
find rooms within their means.

Guaranteed Silk Hose at $1.15B.
NOTICE-COUNTY CLUBS.It !i !

is the request of the editors of ".1 I
M. TENCHWest the Alligator that you meet as soon I
the organization -
complete
as possible "
Side of Square
of your clubs, elect a reporter
My car will be on the Campus daily and will furnish free transportationGET from each club, and see that a com-
plete report of all the activities of No Better On Earth :.;; .
each club be neatly written up, t
-c--- (typewriten if possible), and turn- Come, See and Taste for Yourself !# '
ed in to Qne of the editors of the ;.
Alligator. The copy limit is Mon- ;-:,.-..::.:........ :
WITH 'f
ACQUAINTED day noon, and all matter which is ;
i
desired be in week's
to printed any ;
issue must be in the hands of the 1
THE QUALITY STOREA. editor's hands before Monday noon ::1t t t
of that week.
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GREENBERG. Prop. I .
MARION COUNTY II F :
I I
TABLE NO. 33.
Laidies Ready-to-Wear Apparel P. H. Hensley president; Mrs. '
HIGGINBOTHAM I
Mrs. S. L Hammargren :j
Dry Goods Notions and Millinery Hensley, Marie Hensley Miss ,
Daisy Ross secretary; Estelle Mc-

20 per cent Reduction for Ateer Pressly Margaret Irma Strange McNeil Marguerite Mrs. BROTHERS Millinery j ;

Normal Students ONLYGENTS .Pearl Forbes Miss Jones, Chas. West EndGrocery t
Savage, Mrs. M. T. Huggart Fa- I Handkerchiefs Holsery. '
vorite flower corn and wheat; favorite Corsets. \
FURNISHINGS ALWAYS ON HAND food, grits and cornbread; "

to eat what we can whenwe
purpose 109 University Avenue, West
South Side Square Gainesville. Fla. can; chief business advertising PHONE 388 t :

Marion County.
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VIDAL DRUG CO. Go to
MEAL NOW ForGOOD
l TWICE EACH DORAN'S BICYCLE SHOP
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I. (Continued from First Page) Articles, Candies, Souven forBicycle
ir Cards, Waterman'sPens. i Repairs
. I Accessories.
; and EATSand
activities
: mer school. These same
I t are being planned for this session, j I
,
I II! and it may be expected without :;
I doubt that the waiters will be''I'
Class Service
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found on the job to do their part Goods
'I' at every opportunity. Sporting Cutlery

"Dance and Grow Thin"-"Oh, Baird Hardware Co. Gainesville Come to the
i Bring Back Those WonderfulDajs"
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t' HALF OF WHAT PASSING.WE HEAR IN C. C. PEDRICK & SON A C. L. LUNCH ROOMOne

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'J'ever see such a crowd of-" MOHAWK TIRES AND TIRE ACCESSORIES Door North A. C. L. Depot

; I "Those Normalite school marms, 104 W. University Ave. Phone 43
I 1
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I I I they-
I I i "Did you hear about Johnson?
l'' Well, he-"
i I! "Taint half the fun at dining KEns for Tennis, Basketball-
I hall any more. Those girls, they-" KEnS for the GymKEDS for the Campus.All INNAt
COLLEGE
I I' "Has your trunk- THE
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I I "Is it hot enough" new styles at right prices.L.

1 i "Now, when I was here before C. SMITH South Side of Square
didn't"
I they
Servicein
I t I "Have you a date for tonight? I Your
have one with the swellest-"
1 :\1 "That dining hall hash is alright Dozens of Ways.
Ii I but why do good things always
=' It Will Pay You
. .1 +! come in smallII'
: "I wanted something nice and
I I easy this term, so I took-" .
II' f "Up at Tallahassee we-" I Call on Us for Anything. : :-
:\ t "Oh,"why can't they let us dance to see our Merchandise and Prices at our

i: I ;i more- Stock Reducing Sale, which consists of .

; MODERN BUSINESS EDUCATION Ladies'and Men's Ready-to-Wear;
Trade where you are accommodated."Gainesville's .
Commercial Department, Univer- Ladies Men's and Children's Shoes at :-: :-: :-:

sity.
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(Albert Johnstad, Instructor.)
Business education today is understood W. SOBOL'SAcross
to include all education -
which prepares one specifically fora from the First National Bank, near the A. C. L. Depot. Most Popular

business career. It is generallyseen We carry a full line of Trunks and Suit Cases.the .
that this preparation has as
Woman's Wear Shop"Has
its foundation the study of the
subjects of Bookkeeping Shorthand
Typewriting, Penmanship,
English, Commercial Law, Letter- public schools made a serious mercial teachers throughout the not Overlooked the Needs and Whims of the "Co-ed"
Office Practice. The attempt to give business training. country, and, as a rule, Commercial .
and
writing in Selecting its Stock of High Class Summer Apparel.
recognition of these branches of Today every high school of any importance teachers receive better salaries .
than do others in the various departments j j h >' .pl.; '
education is becoming more and is offering a commercialcourse *
1 more apparent, and today with our and in many schools the of High Schools and We Invite You to Inspect Our Store and Take
1 complex business organization and Commercial department has become Colleges. Advantage of Our Buying Facilities.
highly developed commercial life, so popular that it is the largest -
in of the high schools. Sixty students have enrolled in
these subjects are worthy of study many
The rapid development of account The large enrollment in the Con the penmanship classes whMiclasses '
ing during the past few years is mercial department of the Univer- are conducted each day at FEINBERG'S"South
extent, to the sity during the present session is 10 o'clock in the forenoon and two .
due, to a great -:
growth and development of busi- sufficient proof of the increasing o'clock in the afternoon. Mr. Side of
ness education.It demand for this line of work. Johnstad teaches the Palmer method .
was not until after 1890 that There is a great demand! for com- of Penmanship.:

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