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Title: The Florida alligator
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Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: July 2, 1920
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SUMMER SCHOOL EDITION



VOL. IX GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1920. No. 3


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:ENTERTAINING AND HIGHLY ILLUSTRATIVE LAST FRIDAY NIGHT IN UNIVERSITY GYM. .':


PROGRAM FEATURED THURSDAY EVENING'S We Assure You FIRST SUPERVISED DANCE OF SUMMER



MEETING OF UNIV. PEABODY CLUB MEMBERS OF THE PUREST AND SCHOOL ENJOYED BY ALL-- IANY DANCERS

BEST DRINKS AND UNFAILING .
MUSIC FURNISHED BY TWO .
PARTICIPATORS ON THE PRO- TWO GLEE CLUBSORGANIZED COURTEOUS JOLLY WATERMELON MEMBERS OF STUDENT '

GRAM SHOW THAT MEM- SERVICE AT CUTTING GIVEN BY BODY-DANCE TONIGHT.
BERS "DELIVER GOODS." AND

HAVE BEGUN WORKALL B. Y. P. U. FRIDAY I The University Gymnasium was
Peabody club began her "for The College Inn the scene of a most enjoyable affair -

ward march!" last Thursday even- Numerous Games Enjoyed and After last Friday night between the

ing to the time of the Star Span STUDENTS INTERESTED, the Eating of the Melons hours of :30 and 11 o'clock, when
AND WHO CAN SING, ARE the first of the summer school
gled Banner. URGED TO COME OUT. Excellent Program. dances was given to a large number -

The new president, Mr. F. Y. BALL the supervi
GIRL BASKET Last Friday night the B. Y. P. U. of dancers, under
Durrance, seemed to be at his best Added to the general activitiesof entertained about sion of the dean of women, Mrs.

and the club proceeded with the the campus other than regular AROUSES ENTHUSIASM of 80 Gainesville of the Summer School studentsat Gay, and Mrs. Rumley. .
listed departments is the recent at 8:30:
The dancing began
program without a serious hitch, AMONG GIRL PLAYERS Rev. O'Kelly's home, with a watermelon
organization of two glee clubs. when Mr. D. U Willett rendered
despite the fact that one of thoseon One includes the ladies who have -- cutting. piano dance music for' the occa-

the progrem was absent. met together, organized and showan GAMES TO BE PLAYED SOON. Soon after our arrival, a hat was sion. Later in the evening he was

Thanks to the timely aid ofIr.. interest in the work, and the GOOD MATERIAL WORK- passed and each drew out for a pieceof the relieved by Mr. E. S. Collins, and
his
with name
other is made up of male students. ING OUT.In paper musicians relieved each j L
J. E. Willett, the vacant place on evening on it. Then the fun of these two
filled. Mr. Wil The clubs are meeting regularly the last two weeks there have other from time to time throughout :
the program was finding the rest of your new fame
lett rendered two vocal solos. One under the direction of the instructor been organized, under the able ily began. Each family consistedof the evening, allowing each to t r' I':

of them was "When You Look in in music and art, Miss Sadie management of the dean of women Pa and his three children. WhenPa rest at times. They are both stu- r t
other Lindenmeyer.Each and several assistants as coaches, dents here and the dancing young ,
the Heart of the Rose, the found all his children, by the '
club is working up a num- bsket ball teams from both people are very thankful for their .
was the old favorite, "The Sun girls' I way, some of them ten years moreor !
ber of clever songs and will before Hall team in furnishing the music "
shine of Your Smile." Even the the dormitories. Thorns less older than he, he broughtout kindness
days render their first num- afternoon this first dance. The music
many on for
the gymnasium
most fastidious-eared specimens of has a melon and they all had a
Miss Lindenmeyer, instructor afternoon and after the more shy
humanity admitted that even Ca- bers. and Buckman team the next feast. Every one declared them was good, "
in music and art here during such as began to feel at :
ruso would have been charmed by I alternating in a way the best and coldest melons they of the dancers
r
Mr.Villett's singing. the summer, is leading both clubsin to give each team equal practice home, considerable pep was displayed -I i
had ever eaten.
their rehearsals. She is thor each and every one seeming it i
Little Miss Thelma Hammon time. After eating all the watermelonwe
and oughly competent, as is already The players are, _on the whole, to enjoy the relaxation from (fi i
Bad All Day,
read "I 1st Been possibly could, a lovely program -
"Mud Pies." We must in all sin shown in the results of the rehear girls who have had considerable experience of readings and musical their two weeks of strictions dur- h

Miss Thelma is sals so far, and there is no doubt i at the game and who ing which time dancing was pro- it
cerity say that numbers was thoroughly enjoyed.
but there will be a great deal of demonstrate the real science of hibited. Quite a few spectators 1:
quite an elocutionist for her age. With a thought of Johnson's bugle,
enjoyment derived from these two I basket ball. A large number of enjoyed the dance. :.
Miss Lewis gave a reading entitled the party broke up, each one very I
"A Georgia Wedding." Up- new organizations. students are out for practice each happy after spending such a delightful The Y. W. C. A. served refresh

roars of laughter greeted the read.'. Neither club has enrolled sufficient afternoon,enough from each dormi- evening. ments, of delicious grape punch ;i ;

er at various intervals. The climax number of members to make I I tory represented to furnish a first and various kinds of sandwiches .

was reached when the reader I. them what they desire to be, and and a second team, and some after- The girls of A section Thomas throughout the evening. These re- .

said: "It is sad to marry but it is more voices are needed. So::: an ap- noons and evenings there are sufficient I Hall, spent a pleasant eveningone freshments were sold at a small !"

sadder not to marry." I presume peal is sent out to the singers of players to allow a third I night last week in their sec- rate and the dancers patronized .;

that the majority of summer school the student body to see instructor team. I. tion, making candy and doing the "eats" corner of the room to a ;

girls say "amen" to this. 'in music and report at the meetings Considerable rivalry has been stunts between bites- it was made satisfactory extent. The proceeds. ::.

In conclusion Dr. B. M. Shives of the clubs. Prompt actionis I demonstrated and the girls are possible by Hawkshaw, who found derived went to the benefit of the .

gave a lecture on "Near East Re- necessary in order that there getting up the necessary pep for a the wood for the fire and carriedit Y. WT. C. A. for more equipment '\

lief," which I think was instruc- will be no one joining in the clubsat real live basket ball schedule. up the stairs for the ladies. and other pressing needs. ;

tive even though the students were a late time, and thereby nolding Games between the two dormi- These dances that are to be held i
"fed up" on that question. His descriptions back those who have been practicing tories are to be played at some I, Among those going home for every Friday night are for the :,
The stu- last week end were Miss Mabel Mof-
of conditions were good since the organization.The date in the near future. I pleasure of the summer students .i
school will do fert of Ocala, Gertrude Williams
music look dents of the summer :
lovers of may given for recreation -
and delivered in a masterful way. only. They are
De Sha and
Bernice
presentation of the well to take in these games, and of Micanopy, who
The Armenian question is one forward to the and pleasure of those en- 1
and Claire
Brown,Waldo,
the Rheba
numbers to be rendered soon see some "classy" work on pastime. It E
which teachers as leaders shouldbe first Gainesville.Prof. joy that special form of
of
acquainted with. by these clubs. basket ball court. Thomas, is hoped that every young man or i ;.

Peabody club needs every stu- I Dear Editor: Will you kindly advise Bloom has been living up woman who dances and who would ..
be
: is the Wanted: A snow drift. :Must the two weeks like to take part in these affairs
dent here as members. Now to best method of ditching to his name for past "I
oth- as
with cool, deep, and lasting. None blossom right would not hesitate to attend and
large
time to identify yourselves I. M. class, and getting the desired credit by having a
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the biggest teachers' literary or- er need apply. ? Yours sincerely, Iwana Rest. I on his nose. (CONTINUED ON PAGE SIX) tj

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OUR' CHAPEL EXERCISES.The IMPRESSIONS OF HIGH SCHOOL I I
STUDENT.Such .
ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIRDEPARTMENT
OUR 10-DAY JULY CLEARING SALE gymnasium at chapel hour

last Monday was crowded with i a feeling that comes creep

who had to hear Dr. ing over us when we think of goingto
STARTS SATURDAY JULY 3 people come I
teachers. Yes,
school with .
Leake speak on the League of Nations .

as had been advertised fora teachers. My, won't we show them
how much more we know than theywe SHOE SHINE PARLOR i
week in advance. But the timewas
on our Entire Stock ofDRY ,who for so many long tedious 4
given over to Diber ting s
I, ())' a"7 5 517 ?.?iuE11 w 1JY l1'1tD lbesesu-
Eft/ had not 2/eea scheduled tar<
GOODS LADJES and MEN'S 1\perior beings as our masters from Chesnut'sShoe
that date. The Summer School
whom we took what was given us
students were dsappointed greatly -
without daring to grumble. But now
READY TO WEAR at the but the few regular term men
the tables are turned and we, the Store
who are on the campus were not.
down-trodden, are pacing side by
In fact, if nothing had interferedto
side with those tyrants of the dark
cut short or cut out entirelyDr.
The Busy Bazaar Leake's address, these men ages-actually in classes with SHOES
t them, taking orders with the same
would have been greatly surprised.Still
I 113-115 West University Avenue fresh in their memory is the persons as tney. My, how Tempus Satisfaction Guaranteed

I For lack of space no prices mentioned time when Chief Justice Brown forgot and changed the course of South Side Square
affairs. Who knows,
perhaps some
came down here from Tallahasseelast
i day-we'll be teachers ourselves.
I II I spring to speak to the student
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I have been a splendid address intoa
I half-hour or so of rapid, almost

j The University Book Store unintelligible There is no speaking.system used in con- FIRST NATIONAL BANK

t ducting the chapel exercises at the GAINESVILLE. FLA.

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I BASEMENT LANGUAGE HALL scheduled to speak on a certain
1f I date, it is unjust and discourteousto
f I both him and the student bodyto
allow eleventh-Lour matters and
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speakers to take up the time that
has been set aside for him-ex- EYES gy. Sl GLASSES

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that require immediate consideration.
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS. ETC. If we continue as we are .;
doing about such things it will not
be long before we shall be unableto 1
procure good speakers for our We Do Our Own Lens Grinding-No Delay I
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Lisles I 25c to $1.50 pairSilk ____ __ __ .

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SILK AND MUSLIN UNDERTHINGS .

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. you pour that easier with your
u I A poem without a subject, It is the purpose of the Extension right hand?
:, I don't think I can do it. Division of the University of I Boche: No, I work better with,
niis1hl '
E Shoes
Stty ) ) =Bi However I'll do the best I can. ;'lorida to offer the courses of the my left hand.
| Tho' my gray matter's not equalto She: But you didn't dance left-
to those of the
university people
it. handed last night.
state who are not in a position to -- ,

! That W ear< B You can't think of a subject? come personally to this city and :

a ,Well, what am I to say? attend the classes here. In the 1 I The Central Hotel
e = It's just class after class, and eat
= Summer School it must be remembered i I "'
B after eat, 112 West Main Street
that the work of this depart-'
a Come in and we will gladly show you y I And day.I believe there's chapel to- ment goes on just the same and ,
those students who have friends at
. = Rooms $1 and up
= I home whom they know would like
a
. :Miss So and So's so pretty,
= to take university work through Running water
H :Mr. What's his Name's so nice,
Uoted II Fiat!" Aid's so beneficial, correspondence courses will be do-i i I
ShQ)
r ( ) SttQJf( ) ing both their friends and their
Tho I've been to it only twice.There's i The Central Hotel
i university a great service by put-
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ting the Extension authorities in
J. D. JACKSON, Prop.
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communication with the -
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, THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR!I son" were charged, or at least ask- now profiteer through taking ad-I', \
ed for their rooms, and that any vantage of limited accommodations
1: DO BUSINESS WITH
!Et i ;1 (Summer School Edition) desiring to learn the names in bv charging high rent prices, to J

question may receive full information these few the Alligator has no '

: Clifton Johnson, Business Manager on application to the Alliga- apology, whatsoever; and has no

I I r Gertrude and Managing Williams, Associate Editor. Editor tor.In I I condemnation too strong. I THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK"The

If the article was taken as a
Editor. regard to whether prices are
Miriam Connor, Associate
I! too high or not it must be taken general statement by any of the I

, : Entered as second class matter, :. into consideration that the students congenial and good citizens of I I

, I Sept. 28, 1912. at the Postoffice at I here at the normal schoolare Gainesville and if any were of- :,'

:. Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of hard workers who come here : fended, we apologize to them with i New Million Dollar Bank.

q March 3rd, 1879. I I after working for inadequate salaries I heartfelt sincerity. The spirit of I

I r' I Ii during the winter not as j the article was soliciting improve- ], Resources Over $2,000,000.
j' All news matter which is desired I Ij I
I i i I I tourists to be met with tourist ; ment, and was for the good of the
: be in
j I to be printed must the hands I
t t ''prices, but as students who are in 'I university and of Gainesville. The
!, of the Managing Editor not later
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climax of in the last nn ---- -
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: II than :Monday neon. for study and preparation
I I I greater and better work for the I two paragraphs in the form of an t

::1 !: Hate:-The Florida Alligator, ., children of the state. To be charged appeal to the state legislature for

'I s I t (Summer School Edition), 60c for i iII $10 per month per room, the I more buildings and to citizens of Scatter Sunshine with Greeting Cards II
II i!; the entire summer, eight issues; student furnishing her own bed Gainesville who are able to provide i
!: 30c for month, four issues '
i one ; per I
reasonable buildings near the campus,
tl ; linen, is considered I
I individual copy-lOc. I
I 'Itl enough, but any charges over that and thereby put an end to the
tl i iI amount are, in our opinion, exorbi-- stressed situation. This, the real I Send one to the friend you ought to write I
I I! i A MATTER OF EXPLANATION.
" !. tant, and when the writer of the spirit and intent of the story, was I But haven't time to.NORAH .
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; i';' story in question was met with overlooked by the Gainesville News
,1 i The management of the Alliga-
i prices of nearly twice this amount, and Mr. Welch in their criticisms.
Ii t i tor wishes to express its regrets
' it is not to be wondered at that she I We leave it to the broad-minded I
;/ : ; that the news article appearing on Cards for f Milton Bradley
I and fair-dealing citizens of Gainesville -
considered them out of reason. N _
the front issue
I page of uor last ,I
! The people have all along showed as to whether or not they Every Occasion Quality Books
r'' under the head of "Student accommodations -
j {" and have treated the Alligator fairly. I
their splendid co-operation
il i in Gainesville Inadequate ,I Ii
I. hospitable attitude toward the Un- We desire no further misunder
has been
construed as being -
' i
'I iversity and its departments, and standing. The Alligator is for the
an attack upon the Gainesville
school is City as well as for the Universityand
this year's summer no
! :
I people as a whole. This interpretation -
{; : appeared editorially in the exception. The good people con- stands for a square deal. We
nected with the churches are due care not to offer answer to the in-

I;I I. and Gainesville in statements News quoted last from Saturday Mr. high praise for their interest in the sinuations against the lady writerof AUTO SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIESGill

and those who fur- the article and the managementof
students here,
! '! Welch, in a news story of the
I' nish cars for the convenience of the Alligator, contained editor-
; Gainesville Sun last Sunday morn- Piston Rings. Goodyear Tires and Tubes
I these students on Sundays have ially in the Gainesville News. They
I t ing. If there are any other citi-
the everlasting gratitude of the stand at their face value and speakfor
zens of Gainesville who were offended
by our article we sincerelY students. All these things and themselves. That editorial,

: ; wish to call their attention to this much which could be mentionedare and besides, the statements of Mr GAINESVILLE AUTO SUPPLY CO.
t appreciated by the University, Welch, disregarded the true spiritof
; f editorial that we may set them
i! i right in the interpretation of the its students and its paper. The our article and implied that it Phone 183 Gainesville Fla.
Alligator Is for Gainesville in was a general "knock" at the citi- ,
; correct and true spirit of that '
every way. But to the few excep-- zens of Gainesville thing impossible -
story. '
I
tions who have attempted or who of the Alligator.
{ The story in question was written -
{ I !; by a member of the summer ---- -

I Ii school faculty, a lady member of :

: i I i that faculty, and was positively an
I 1,1 ; account of her own experience in THE FORDSON TRACTORAND Homefolks and VisitorsWe

i applying for rooms, getting located -

i +i here, and the kind of accommoI -
i ; dations she received. She gave PHIFER FORD CARS AND take pleasure in serving you with the best the

I :j facts from her personal experience GENUINE FORD AND market affords at prices consistent

t i to show the need of improving the STATE I TRACTOR PARTSJ. with the cost of things.
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conditions of student accommodations -
: at the university in an appeal j
: t Come Once and You'll Come Again
: J. H. ALDERMAN,
i for more buildings from the BANK

: legislature, or for rooming houses Dealer

, t! I near the campus from enterprising ALACHUA CAFEOPEN
': I boosters of the city of Gainesville.
she in her Gainesville Fla. Ford Headquarters
t I And the figures gave
i; article are true. Furthermore, for I Gainesville, Fla. I ja ALL DAY OPEN ALL NIGHT

;j the benefit of those who are interested II

:I we may say that we have I I

I I these facts and other similar ones

I from cases elsewhere In Gainesville -

t where prices that from the -
I'I students' viewpoint are "out of rea- a f

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YOUR FRIENDS TO THE NEW YORK RACKETShoes t
Strause Bros. Clothing GET A SCHOLARSHIPTo 1

all Summer School Students: I Gents Furnishings and ReadytoWear.McCORMICK'S .
A number of scholarships are to
be awarded before July first to i.Ii
: teachers and otners, not enrolledin ,:
the summer session, by the Cor-
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respondence study department of
the General Extension Division,
FOR A FULL University of Florida and State II
College for Women, co-operating.
Please write to your friends imme- Complete line of
EntertainmentVISIT diately and tell them to hurry and
Evening's send in their application if they Millinery and Ready-to-Wear. ;

want the one number of these from scholarshipssince each coun- Special reduction to all Summer School Students. 1

ty will be limited.Scholarships Modart and Gossard Corsets. t
will exempt the
students from all enrollment fees South Side Square. Phone 460.
THE LYRICfor and will entitle them to take high

school courses, college courses, or
review courses. The review courses -
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however, are only intended to
ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.
Better Pictures help prepare the student to pass
the state examinations and do not B. R. Colson, President.
count on the extension of a certifi- Members of American Association of Title Men Members of
cate. Credit earned by taking college Florida: Association of Title Men. ,V:
courses will be accepted by I GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. :' '.
the University or State College for
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Women. I,
Please find enclosed a circular,
describing the courses now available '

I THE BIG 10, 20 and 30%/ ditional and copies an application can be blank.secured Ad-at I

Room 4 Language Hall if you havea
number of friends who can profit
by this opportunity to secure a
SHOE SALEIS scholarship. GET YOUR DRINKS ATMILLER'S

Remember immediate action is
necessary since applications for
STILL ON scholarships must be in July 1.
This present offer is not made to
students now enrolled in the sum-
Guaranteed Silk Hose at $1.15B. mer session at the University of I
Florida or State College for Wo
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men. Very truly,
B. C. RILEY, Director.
M. TENCHVest ,

Side of Square CORRECTION FORBUGLER'S I
I SCHEDULE II
My car will be on the Campus daily and will furnish free transportation I
No Better On Earth ; :
Through mistake, the bugler's

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hours of the calls for nights duringthe
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weeks wrong. Correction of
this mistake provides that duringthe I II
GET ACQUAINTED WITH week nights, (all nights except -
Friday; night, Saturday nights
and Sunday nights), the calls will I
THE QUALITY STOREA. be 8:15 and 8:25: leaving five min :. '
utes for students to get to their ;
GREENBERG Prop.Laidies' rooms after the last bugle. The
students are due in their rooms at i I II
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8:30.: The calls for Friday, Sat-
Ready-to-Wear ApparelDry urday and Sunday nights will remain HIGGINBOTHAM I .
as stated last week10:15and : Mrs. S. L. Hammargren ;
Goods Notions and Millinery

Reduction for 10:25. BROTHERS Millinery !
20 per cent WARNING TO BOYS.

Normal Students ONLY West EndGrocery I
Boys! When you meet a pretty Handkerchiefs. Hoisery. i
girl on the campus, just becauseshe I Corsets. i iI iI
GENTS FURNISHINGS ALWAYS ON HAND smiles at you, don't take it I

for granted that she is trying to I 109 University Avenue, West :
South Side Square Gainesville Fla. flirt with you. She might just PHONE 388 ,
think your face is funny. I I

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i "10 COMMANDMENTS" REVISED'

VIDAL DRUG CO. Go to FOR GOOD EATS AND FIRST CLASS SERVICE COME TO THE
i 1. Thou shalt not go riding without -
For Drugs, Stationery, Toilet DORAN'S BICYCLE SHOP
i a chaperone (except to church).
Articles, Candies, Souvenir forBicycle A. C. L. LUNCH ROOMOne
I 2. Thou shalt be in thy section Cards, Waterman's Repairs
at 8:30 regardless of dates that
thou mayest have made. I Pens. I and Accessories. Door North A. C. L DepotSporting

3. Thou shalt not be late for
breakfast: nor for dinner, nor for I
supper; neither shalt thou expectto
Fine Line of DRESS and WALKING SHOES-Pumps,
eat at both tables. Goods CutlerS
4. Thou shalt not talk out the Theo Ties, Strap Slippers, Eyelet Ties and Oxfords.
window of a dormitory to any man, NOTHING OVER $10.00L.
t I' not excepting Hawkshaw. C. SMITH South Side of Square Baird Hardware Co. Gainesville; ;
5. Thou shalt not absent thyself
f from classes; to take a nap, to go --F-
to town to visit thy friends, or

to escape a test I ,C. PEDRICK & SON
6. Thou
shalt not expect credit

t for the work thou forgettest to do. Take Advantage of Special OffersSILK MOHAWK TIRES AND TIRE ACCESSORIES
nor for labor thy neighbor hast per- "
I formed. 104 W. University Ave. Phone 43

j 7. Thou shalt not sit up all night AND MADRAS SHIRTS AND
I nor keep thy light burning later MEN'S AND WOMEN'S .SHOES
than midnight. Thy neighbor wish
j I eth to sleep. Nor shall thou do Sale Prices Will Please You at
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I I. excepted 4:30: ). a. m. (killing roache-3 W. SOBOL'S : THE COLLEGE INN jAI

i 8. Honor thy professor that thy Across from the First National Bank, near the A. C. L. Depot. i
I way may be made pleasant and
r thy grades high in the class books. YourService
I 9. Thou shalt not presume to I
i know more than thy professor, "Y" SOCIAL HALL IN LIGHT OCCUPATIONS.To in Dozens of Ways.
: neither shalt thou endeavor to outwit USE AT ALL HOURS NOW
those in authority. It isn't be- those looking for a light occupation -
I ing done this season. One would be surprised at the we suggest the follow-
10. Thou shalt boost Gainesville, number of students that are constantly ing:
the University, the Summer School, seen in and around the Watching a brick-walk. Call on Us for Anything- .
f the Professors, the students, even "Wreck-Hall, commonly called So- Seeing a cigar butt.
i the v.-eather, that thy stay may be cial Hall. The New Edison thereis Seeing a banana stand. I
pleasant and thy friends be legion. going steadily almost every Watching a housefly through the
(Let thy neighbor boost thyself; hour in the day and until the last window.To .
i it sounds better.) I bugle blows and the girls have to fall (in love). Trade where accommodated.
i you are j
LOUISE PEDIGO. I goo their rooms. Plenty of envelopes Watching a bank vault.
,I I are handy-free to the Seeing a ship spar.
LOST-A COPY OF BROWNING.Who I students-and Social Hall is the Seeing an automobile shop. -- -- ,
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place where many of the Normalities Watching a clock run.
took the Browning from this go to write their letters. Be- Seeing a mill race.
,., chair? sides there are checker boards Watching the butterfly.
Look on the fly leaf and beware! there, and dominoes too, so that Seeing a catfish. Normal Students
The owner's name is written there. couples desiring to pass a quiet Watching the sunset and the ,
hour in this way may do so. Each moonshine still. if.
I've searched the house with brows and every student is asked to dropin Seeing a peanut stand. Don't over look Gainesville's Most Pcpular Fashion Shop for Ladies
a.frowning at the Social Hall and enjoy a That "'
features
For I had planned, at the day's ONE OF A KIND in
few minutes of their time
spare LEAGUE OF NATIONS.
high crowning each day. Dresses, Suits, Skirts Overblouses and Millinery.
To spend an hour with Robert Sergeant to Captain: "Would you
Browning. class this man as a man withouta For Normal Students ONLY We Offer a
D. B. H. Two weeks of summer school have country? His mother was an 20 to 25 per cent. Recuction
past American his father an Italian, he
Just think of it my friend was born on a French ship flying On our complete line of LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR.
LAST FRIDAY NIGHTIN And when you're asked to join the the Spanish flag in the English
UNIVERSITY GYM. ranks channel. His parents died whenhe AH parcels delivered to the University.
Of Alligator folks-just rush was quite young, he was adopted -
(Continued from First Page) And take a big subscription quick by a German who moved to FEINBERG'S"South
I. Let's boost our paper-make it America and was not a naturalized j
get their share of the enjoyment. hum, citizen."
Tonight the second of these dances Come on now, all together, Captain-"Class him as 'a league Side of Square" I I
will be given Let's subscribe. I. pf nations,'"

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