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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
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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: July 9, 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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The Florida AlligatorSUMMER t





SCHOOL EDITION


VOL. IX GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1920. No. 4 ;
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BUCKMAN HALL BASKET BALL TEAM I' DR. C. L. CROW SPEAKS TO PEABODY I

WINS OVER THOMAS HALL TEAM IN FIRST We AssureYou CLUB MEMBERS LAST THURSDAY ON SUBJECT Y


GAME OF THIS SUMMER-SCORE 14 TO 13 OF THE PUREST AND "THE LOAFER AT THE GERMAN UNIVERSITY"DR. I

-- BEST DRINKS AND UNFAILING -

BOTH TEAMS WORKED HARD SUMMER SCHOOL ENJOYS COURTEOUS MURPHREE SPEAKSTO MEN'S GLEE CLUB GIVES THEIR
FOR HONORS-GAME CLOSE FIRST PUBLIC PERFORMANCE .
FROM BEGINNING. HALF HOLIDAY MONDAY SERVICE AT NORMAL STUDENTSAT -GOOD PROGRAM.

Last Saturday afternoon the -CELEBRATION "4TH" VESPER SERVICE Peabody Club met at the usual
first basket ball game of this sum The College Inn hour last Thursday evening. As
mer's schedule was played betweenthe Many Students Visit Other Townsfor Subject of Talk "The Teachings of part of the program, the Men's
representative teams of the the Week-End-Others Geo. Washington Applied to Glee club gave a couple of selec-
two dormitories, Thomas and Take in Ball Game. Conditions of Today." tions. Considering the time which
Buckman. A large crowd of stu- PINELLAS COUNTY CLUBORGANIZEDPREPARING the Glee Club has rehearsed, the
dents was out to root for their re Last Friday morning at the Chapel The Vesper Service of last Sun- selections spoke well for the effi-
spective teams, and a good deal of exercises, Prof. Caw thcn put the day evening was under the direc- ciency of Miss Harcourt, instructor -
pep was displayed throughout the question of a half-holiday for :Monday \ tion of the president of the Univer- I in music.
game. July the 5th, before the stu- FOR COOPERATIVE WORK sity of Florida. A large numberof r The vocal solo by :Miss Simpsonwas
At the outset of the game, Thomas dent body to te voted upon. The -- students were present and took keenly enjoyed by all present.
took the lead by getting the student body voted that they be : BOYS OF CLUB FORM BASKET part in the singing. Dr. Murphree Here's hoping she will sing for us "
first goals, but Buckman came given the half holiday, and so Prof. BALL TEAM AND BEGIN spoke on the subject, "The Teach- II again and again this summer.
back and soon tied the score. Cawthon made announcement to PRACTICE.The ings of George Washington Ap- I In by-gone days a tradition has
That was the way the game went that: effect. plied to the Conditions of Today," grown up here on the campus to
from then on with Buckman keep- :Many students took advantage of first meeting of the Pinel- and in his talk brought out inci- save the best till the last. Evenin
ing the lead at times of maybe a the opportunity of this half-day las Club of this summer was held dents in the history of Indepen- "mess hall" the sweet-toothed
point: or two. When time was call- com'ng! just after the week-end Wednesday, June 30, in Social Hall dence Day exemplifying true pa- "individualism" has learned to en-
ed at the end of the game, the days, and visited their homes or for the purpose of electing officersfor triotism. He connected the thoughtof dure with patience the swelteringheat
score stood 14 to 13 in Buckman's towns nearby. Some went to Erl- this term. The following offi- his talk with the celebration and the savory odors of beans
favor ton Beach, or one of the springsnear cers were elected: I that took place on the next day, andmeat just for the sake of
Both teams showed that they Gainesville, where they enjoyed Clifton Johnson, president.Miss :Monday, July 5th, and on the whole the toothsome pie, the luscious
had practiced hard and that they bathing and picnicing in : Ruth Thomas, vice-presi entertained his hearers in a pleas- peach or the delicious ice cream
were out to win. The coaches deserve general. ing manner. which comes later. Dr. Crow's lecture
dent.Miss
credit for their hard work Those who remained in Gaines : Stella Lewis, secretary and The students who were unableto was to Peabody program what''
during the past two weeks, and ville were net lacking in entertain- treasurer. attend this service missed hear the Sunday ice cream Is to the
the excellent playing of both teams ment. On the contrary they had :Miss\ Helen Wooten, reporter.A ing a splendid talk. These servi-- noon meal. The speaker won the
showed that these coaches had not all that they could enjoy in the membership committee was appointed ces are gaining In popularity and hearts of his audience by saying
done their work in vain. In fact way of sports, music, games, speaking by the president, to include are becoming more and more in- that he was not going to talk of
the playing was first class. It is etc., for a complete program Miss Jo Meacham and Stansel Tay- teresting each Sunday. They are anything serious. He suggested In
to be hoped that the spirit of last of events nad been prepared aheadof I for the pleasure of the student no uncertain terms the asininityof
Saturday will last and that the time by the Gainesville Boardof lor.It was decided that the meetings I body and are to be carried out by the Boche mind when he said
students who love this kind of Trade especially for this occa- should be called when necessary. I the students themselves through that a small per cent of German
sport may have the opportunity of sion. There was a series of con :Members: Misses Ruth Thomas, their regular attendance and co students tried to keep alive the old
enjoying other similar games soon. tests in the morning at the court Jo Meacham, Stella Lewis, Aileen I I operation. Let's see if all the student knight-errant tradition. Out of Jus-
The line-up was as follows: house square with music furnishedby Belcher, Lucy Hartley, Edythe Liv- i body will not take Interest in tice to the German students, Dr.
Thomas Hall. a visiting band, and in the aft- ingston, Helen Wooten, Messrs. I these services and be out next Crow said that no more than tenDer
Forwards, Tillis and Perry; cen- ernoon the students had the opportunity Clifton Johnson, Robert Lewis, Sunday. cent of them were loafers.
ters, Sample and Dickson; guards, of seeing a crack gameof Stansel Taylor, Leslie Campbelland Though this number were loafersof
Dodd and Willoughby; substitutes baseball at the fair grounds.A Fal Johnson. NORMAL, STUDENTS-Remember the deepest dye. A German
Gillen for Dickson; Hanson for The boys of the club have form- that the Quality Store is the "Frat" man must fight a specified
Dodd. party including :Misses Clara ed a basket ball team which is place where your trading is appreciated number of duels before he can joina
Buckman Hall. and Queenie Herlong andliss: practicing now and which will soon and you have always fraternity. The writer wonders
Forwards" Handson and Holiday; Winifred Strong and Robert Lewis issue a challenge to all other I been getting stylish goods for your why such a custom has not been
centers, Childers and Hall; guards, and Stansel Taylor, all summer teams on the campus.Of money. Also don't forget our 20 established in America. One would
. Rush and Connor. school students, went Worthing-- course by the time the annual per cent reduction. We are givingyou. Infer from Dr. Crow's talk that the
Referee, Leon A. Gray; timekeeper ton Springs on the train last Sun stunt night comes off practicallyevery German students though duelistsare
Mrs. Rumley; linesmen, day morning. There they met :Mrs. county represented here will gun shy. Evidently they do
Johnson and Hate. Herlong and son and daughter-in- have organized, but' the Pinellas Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Frazee, from not like a "close up" scent of burn-
law from Lake City and the en- County Club has organized early Orlando, were in Gainesville Sun ing powder. Ex-service men haveno
YOUVILL ALWAYS BE tire party spent the day picnicing, and expects to get enjoyment from day spending the Fourth with their doubt noticed this aversion on
PLEASED by trading with us. The the students from here returningto their organization throughout the I daughter, :Miss Thelma Frazee, a the part of the "men of steel."
Onalitv Store. Gainesville Sunday evening. (CONTTNUFD ON PAGE SIX) j student at the summer normal. (CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE)
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FURNITURE
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I By A. LongfellowWith (From Dr. Chapman's Collection) sit at the seventeenth table
OUR 10-DAY JULY CLEARING SALE
I. ( apologies to James Whit- And we number just one dozen,
Parents should be careful of the
comb Riley) We never hear anything each oth-
I STARTS SATURDAY, JULY 3 Once this was a boys' school, language they use in instructingtheir er say

t Back in the good old day children; otherwise they may For the buzzin,' buzzin,' buzzin.:
I I get them into as bad a predicamentas
Before the last amendment passed
on our Entire Stock of And suffrage gained the sway. a certain man did his son. The Our motto is "Hurry, Hurry..
boy came home from school one Sometimes it is tea without lemons
But the ladies were upon us
DRY GOODS LADIES'and MEN'S night and his father said to him: : i ,
'Fore we knowed what we're
t about I "Well, my son, how did schoolgo We never know we hurry so,
READY TO WEAR at the today?" To make sure you may ask Mr.
I And the school mams'll git you, "Huh, I had to stay it:, and got Simmons.We .
If you don't watch out. licked."
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"What for?" laugh 'cause it's good for digestion
The Busy Bazaar And even in our sacred Dorms "Givin the wrong answer."
That we were sure that we could "What was it about?" And because we are happy too.
113-115 West University Avenue hold "Well, last night I asked you how We would tell you our sign and

I For lack of space no price mentioned The Teacher army came in sight, much a million dollars was, and password,
i you said it was a 'hell of a pile,' But you know that would never
And the boys-we wern't bold.A "
' and 'taint the right answer. do.
few of the less timid ones
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I But the school mams'll git 'em
If they don't watch out. FIRST NATIONAL BANK J
JI i The University Book Store

1 t Now, boys, let's be honest GAINESVILLE FLA.
; And admit improvements come, Your Business Solicited Incorporated 1888
111 BASEMENT LANGUAGE HALL We wear our collars, ties and coats
i! And surely do sweat some.
pr But really, 'tis a pleasant changeTo
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I And Boys, they'll not git you
If you just watch out. EYES 2SM GLASSES
NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIONERY TESTED '* B FITTEDWe
WHEN IN NEED of a Kimono,
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS, ETC.
Middies, Muslin, Underwear, Bun-
galow Apron, or a fine Bathing
! Suit, call at The Quality Store, 20
per cent off on every item. Do Our Own Lens Grinding-No Delay

t I C. H. COLES & SON
! : I Everything For The Students Many are anxious to know why
. the University's Stars and Stripes Jewelers and Opticians Gainesville, Fla.

i i .fiat was not flying--. n on--- the___ -Fourth.___u__ .

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We feel we have accomplished this and you can tial during summer weather. Perfect workmanship,
EI safely purchase your needs here. too! TALC POWDERSBig =
$2.98 $3.50 to $5.95
II Lisles 25c to $1.50 pair --25c value, can . . . 18c ..

: Silk Hose $1.25, $1.90, $2.00 to $4.25 STUNNING MIDDIESfor .

N your class wear, especially suitable for class 1 NeckwearPossessing =
wear, of white gabardine and middy twill. They .
I. LOVELY have a real good size, black tie and daintily trim
med with white braid. realSUMMER .
= SILK AND MUSLIN UNDERTHINGS .
$2.25, $2.98 and $3.50 .
of such sheer loveliness you will simply adore them.
f Economical for they are of such a good quality and CHARM =

well made. WAIST SECTION2nd .

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then- i I at Erlton Beach Sunday aft-

: Lost: Somewhere between Uni Manager-"Be more explicit.I ernoon was Miss Gertrude Prince, i;R
Stylish ShQ
s I versity entrance and Thomas Hall which one did the clock strike?" I who motored out to the beach with

one absolutely new brain; has I :Mrs. J. L. Valentine of Gainesville.

! positively never been used. Finder "Oh, live and let live, my man," I Ii I
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alf please return same to M. T. Dome. "Yes, I'd loo.. well, wouldn't I?
. I'm a butcher." i The Central Hotel ':
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Come and Overhead in Dormitory: Say, Mr. and Mrs. R. I.. Prince, of 1 Ii ,
i in we will gladly show | ,
you Girlie, did you take. a shower last :Micanopy were here last Friday
. Rooms $1 and '
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Utd Shoe Si.tOfce Micanopy Saturday afternoon.
< ] = ion: Why, no; is there one mIss- I The Central Hotel :.

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NORMAL STUDENTSCome
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Talking Machines and RecordsPHONE i you see that sign, 'No fish- Palm Parlor : :

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Alteration, Cleaning, PressingPhone But prudence bade him stop, Druggists t f f
For if accepted
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two burglars climb in the kitchen
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J THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR cational banner of our state shall A CORRECTION.In I

;i '. (Summer School Edition) be raised to a higher plane. Then I DO BUSINESS WITH

,,;: let us be not weary in well doing the article, appearing on the
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.I; Clifton Johnson, Business :Managerand but hope that the day is not far front page of last week's issue, entitled THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK"The
i ..i Editor.
Managing hence when our demands shall be "Two Glee Clubs Organized !
4f H ;;1: Gertrude Williams, Associate Editor
met. In several counties we can ," an error was made in giving
;; :rl, Miriam Connor, Associate Editor.
r; now note the increase of salaries the name of the instructor in
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F Ij;/ Entered as second class matter, the erection of comfortable buildings music here for the summer. The ,I New Million Dollar Bank."
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6 f* .::1,: Sept. 28, 1912, at the Postoffice at
i '! which are signs that our dayis article stated that Miss Linden
"I'II!: Gainesville Fla., under the Act of Resources Over $2,000,000.
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;;I j'..r'i !.1 f'", :March 3rd. 1879. coming. Then while we work meyer was the lady here in charge |i

this summer toward preparationfor of the music department. :Miss |I -
C i fit 11//:; All news matter which is desired ,!
our future work, let us also Lindenmever's name appeared in i
i :iji lli to be printed must be in the hands
, pledge ourselves that we shall be the summer school catalog and it
//1'; ; of the Managing Editor not later Scatter Sunshine with Greeting CardsSend
than Monday neon. heard in our state legislature next was this fact which caused the I
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year in order that senators and mistake. A change was made and
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fl' representatives who are not work-I :Miss Harcourt, a member of Rol- to the friend ought to write,
if (Summer School Edition), 60c for I I one you
f'' t! the entire summer, eight issues; I ing for greater education shall not lins Colege!' faculty up to this sum- But haven't time to. .

If I 30c for one month, four issues; per I be in a majority and thus cut our mer, was secured for the music de .
J individual copy-lOco
I appropriations to the extent that partment. She is the lady aiding
I.I Cards for f Bradley
j I the progress of our state institu- in the music and Glee Club activi- NORAH.
BACK AGAIN. Every Occasion!! Books
''I tion will be limited.Be ties here not :Miss Lindenmejer
t What a host of people :young and
tI happy, but lay a good founda- -
I old, now flocking to Gainesville, I
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If tion, increase jour grit and deter ANNOUNCEMENT. --
I and the University campus! Is it I
,I mination, and be heard from.
some strange occasion that is 1

drawing the here this Always come to the summer What? 1 AUTO SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIESGill
people summer The Y. W. a A.
school. We'll meet here.
I ? No We, the summer school you
Where?

I veterans of past summers, know -. Gymnasium Auditorium. Piston Rings. Goodyear Tires and Tubes

J what it all means and that is why
r Lost: Somewhere between 6:43: When?

I'' we are here., But we regret the
and 7:00: a. m., an excellent break- Seven o'clock, Tuesday evening -
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fact that of the old familiar ,
more
no -
fast in first class condition. Finder of each week.

faces have appeared on the may keep same as. loser has just Who? I j Phone 183 Gainesville, Fla.

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campus year.
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I ;: places of the old, and we heartily PHIFER FORD CARS AND We take pleasure] in serving you with the best the I

GENUINE FORD AND market affords at prices consistent
; welcome them into our midst.
I STATE TRACTOR PARTS with the cost of things.
Then here and old
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I state, to make preparation to do Dealer
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L. J. BURKHIMHome EATMORButterNut YOU WANT IT WE GOT IT IIMEN'S ;

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Hart, Schaffner of & Marx ; Bread Burnett 77 x ? Clothier !j

20,000 Loaves Daily, CapacityDR. !'-

Griffin Brand and J 11.

C. L. CROW, SPEAKSTO .
Strause Bros. ClothingFOR PEABODY CLUB THE NEW YORK RACKET j!

Shoes, Gents Furnishings and ReadytoWear.McCORMICK'S j I
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ly one to do so. Why "hide your Complete line of : II
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Millinery and Ready-to-Wear. ;'t t)

TRANSFORMATION.To Special reduction to all Summer School Students. I:
Modart and Gossard Corsets. I I j'':
the lords of the earth the ox I
South Side Square. Phone 460. I
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THE LYRICfor
His flesh, that their own may be

richly fed
And they have gone from their ban- ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. .
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quet hall and wielded B. R. Colson, President.
Members of American Association of Title Men Members of (,
The terrible flail that the poor Florida Association of Title Men.
all dread. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA. ''
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THE BIG 10, 20 and 30%/ ed in silk. .

While deep in a velvet palm is I I-

SHOE SALE holden GET YOUR DRINKS AT ;!:
The price of the white-faced ;-
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follow the ox, and humbly gather j

Guaranteed Silk Hose at $1.150.M. His dung clean that; is neither sweetor MILLER'S'' ::


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With the lowly fare and the gar .
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GET ACQUAINTED WITH pick and the loom and the

trowel their dole.

THE QUALITY STOREA. And I smile at the pitying scorn I

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For it feeds the rose that feeds

Laidies' Ready-to-Wear ApparelDry my soul! E. M. R. I HIGGINBOTHAM I Mrs. S. L Hammargren t

Goods. Notions and Millinery
MANY OF YOUR STUDENTShave BROTHERS ':
20 per cent Reduction for been trading with us for the Millinery 1 ,I..',

Normal Students ONLYGENTS last few seasons and you know West EndGrocery
i Handkerchiefs. Holsery.
the class of goods we handle. You I Corsets.
ALWAYS ON HAND k
FURNISHINGS will always find what you need, and
I 109 Avenue, West
South Side Square Gainesville Fla. save 20 per cent on every dollar PHONE 388 University i ii
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For Drugs, Stationery, Toilet
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Articles Cards, Candies, Waterman'sPens. Souvenir forBicycle Repairsand A. C. L. LUNCH ROOMOne
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A few couples met at Gator Lake
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!i II :,, ,:' o'clock to have a quiet feed. The Kodaks
r i iI COME IN and SEE our line of HOSIERY. Goods
I! boys of the party had arranged Cutlery
I III Thread Silk, Italian Silk, Silk Lisle and Cotton Hose
II, with Mrs. Swanson to allow their
for Men and Women.L. Baird Hardware Co. Gainesville
II watermelons to remain in the Commons
i I'f C. SMITH South Side of SquareMANY
I;;t cold storage the night beI -

I i fore. The girls had "Splurged"

I!I i themselves quite a bit and brought ENJOY DANCING PINELLAS COUNTY C. C. PEDRICK & SON

I t to the scene of the feast an abundance LAST FRIDAY NIGHT CLUB ORGANIZED MOHAWK TIRES AND TIRE ACCESSORIES

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1 cookies and home-made candy.
i The second of the regular dances
+ +J. In all there were ten young people
(j I now being given to the summer summer session, not just for the s.
In this party, and all vow that' the i
I school students under the directionof stunt night only.
II I eats were "some; eats.
I! the Y. W. C. A. was enjoyed last The Alligator hopes to see more THE COLLEGE INNAt

I Friday night in the University of these clubs organized and a

!,, I 23RD PSALM REVISED. gymnasium. A large crowd at- lively spirit aroused between them.
Your Servicein
tI t tended and lively "pep" was displayed -

i i: f'I (With Apologies to David) throughout the evening. The WHO WERE THEY? Dozens of Ways.

i I Ceaser is my bugbear; I shall committee' in charge has not yet

I not need another. .] announced a regular orchestra ands (With apologies to Lewis Carrol) ,

'I'! l He maketh me to sit down in em still under obligation to the va- For an hour they stood neath my

,: I\| '! barrassment; he leadeth me into rious musicians of the student body window Call on Us for AnythingTrade --

: i I numerous mistakes. who have so kindly given their Serene as a half-naked Hindoo
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i !! He destroyeth my peace of mind; I services. But it is hoped that arrangements Unaware that their "cheep"

I he leadeth me in the parts of Gal will be made so thatan Was disturbing my sleep,
': I where you are accommodated.
lia for his fame's sake. orchestra will be on hand next Till I said "There is something I

r--I: ;: Yea thuogh I translate through Friday night. All dancers of the kin do.I .
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i I" for despair is with me; that bridge faculty are urged to come out and That the 'Gator will print,

I' \ and those armies, they stump me enjoy themselves.Mr. And they never again will this sin Normal Students

1 : He prepareth a battle before me do!" -B. H. .

I ;; I in the hopes of seeing me flunk; : and :Mrs. A. J. Tidwell, of I I Don't over look Gainesville's Most Pcpular Fashion Shop for Ladies

I! he fillest my brain with war; my Orlando, were here visiting their DON'T-A WARNING. That features ONE OF A KIND in

; i marks runneth low. daughter, Vera Tidwell last Sun- Dresses, Suits Skirts, Overblouses and Millinery.

; Surely ignorance and zeroes shall day. Don't laugh too loud, or holler in For Normal Students ONLY We Offer a
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I : follow me all the days of my life the hall- 20 to 25 per cent. Recuction

I i I and I shall dwell in the class of :Miss Ella Bell Jolly spent a few Don't shout to your neighbor on On our complete line of LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR.

,l t f \ Caesar forever. days of last week with home folksin the street.
All parcels delivered to the University.
.f I LOUISE PEDIGO. Waldo. Don't fail to keep your temper if

t you're losing out at ball;
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Miss Bessie Beach was a visitorin :Miss\ Augusta Dodd had her sister Don't quarrel with the things you

J Waldo last Saturday and Sun- visiting her from Ocala last hY9{ \ eat.; Side of Square"

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