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Title: The Florida alligator
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Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: July 16, 1920
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The Florida AlligatorSUMMER ''I a






SCHOOL EDITION NO.5.j.

VOL. IX

- ._ GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1920.
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THOMAS HALL BASKET BALL TEAM STAGES LIST OF NAMES OF ALL THE SUMMER :::1


GRAND "COME BACK"--WINS OVER BUCKMANTO We Assure You SCHOOL STUDENTS ATTENDING THE 1920


THE TUNE OF FIFTY-FOUR TO EIGHTMISS OF THE PUREST AND SESSION TO BE RUN IN INSTALLMENTSEACH

BEST DRINKS AND UNFAILING -
CORA LEE TILLIS STAR
OF GAME TIE IS TO BE BRADFORD COUNTY COURTEOUS WEEK PART OF NAMES WILL APPEAR-

PLAYED OFF SOON. WINS TIGHT SERVICE AT
GAME ROLL OF WOMEN FIRST

The second game of the series BOYS' BASKET BALL
between the two dormitories on the The Inn Name Postoffice County or State
College Adams, Pearl Winifred . . Hastings St. Johns
Buckman
campus team and Thomas Pinellas
Leads
in First Half-First Akins, Hattie . . . St. Catherine Sumter
team, girls' basket ball,
waspla"ed Boys' Game Attracts a Alderman, Myra . . Ft. :Meade Polk
last
Saturday night in the
Large Crowd. Alexander, :Mrs.\ Louie . . Ocala Marion
gymnasium. Quite a bit of inter-
PEABODY FANS HEAR Albritton, Mrs. Cynthia . .Trilby Pasco
est had been aroused
this Last
over Saturday afternoon the first Albritton, Kathleen . . Bowling Green Desoto
game, because of the close score game of basket ball played be- LEN B. TAN SPEAK ON Anderson, :Miss Loca . . .Raiford Bradford
of last Saturday's and
game a tween two boys' teams of this Anderson, Rose :Marie . . Brewster Polk
good crowd was out. Rooters for year's summer school was witnessed "SHANTUNG QUESTION"Subject Annis, Edna G . . . Bradentown :Manatee
both sides showed splendid "pep" by a large number of rooters. Apgar, Sylvia E . . . Kenwood Putnam
and a genuine sportsmanlike spiritwas One side of the gymnasium was Explained in Interesting Arrington, :Mary\ . . . Trenton Alachua
displayed throughout the thronged with students cheeringfor Manner-Excellent Musical Ashe, :Mrs. lone :Mayfield . Key \Vest Monroe

evening. Pinellas county players, and and Literary Program. Atkinson, :Mary . .. . Center Hill Sumter
From the start of the game the other side of the building was I Avriett, Grace B ... .. . Jennings Hamilton "
Thomas players had the advantageas represented by those who were for Peabody members were enter- Avriett, Madge ... . .Jennings Hamilton :
most of the first team playersof the team of Bradford county play- tained by a varied program last Bailey, Edith M . . Clermont Lake I.
Buckman team were not in the ers. Cheers kept up through the Thursday evening. Our old war Barnes, Ruth . .. . .O'Brien Suwannee ':
game. Miss Cora Lee Tillis was I entire game, and this added mucho horse, :Mr. J. E. Willett, rattled Barrow, Lula Lee . . .Chiefland Levy
the central player of the game, the pep: of the occasion. off a piano solo. "Nuff sed," one Bassett, Edna . . . .Tampa Hillsboro !
completely outclassing all the The game was called at 3 o'clock knows that it was good. :Miss Bates, Evalyn Easter . . .Okeechobee Okeechobee
other forwards, and scoring 46 ind was started off with a rush, Thelma Balton read a ribcrackingpiece Bayless, :Miss Bessie .. . .Umatilla Lake
points of the game. Bradford county getting the first which threw the house into Beach, Bessie . . . Webster Sumter
The lineup was as follows: field goal. But Pinellas soon tied convulsions of laughter. Then followed Beach, Lillie Mae . . Webster Sumter
Thomas Hall. ind ran ahead by two points. Then, a vocal solo by :Miss Mer- Beck, Mrs. E. C. .. . .Gainesville Alachua '
Forwards-Tillis, Capt., ((46 lust at the close of the first half, chant and another reading by Miss Beck, Miss Faye .. . . .Ocala :Marion
points), and Puett ((8 points) ; cen- Bradford scored a foul goal, leav- Pedigo (Pedagogy?). Be it said Becker, Isabel May .. . .Florida City Dade
ters, Gillen and Dickson guards, ing Pinellas ahead by one point. that Miss Pedigo displayed no Belcher, Aileen . .. .. .. .Largo Pinellas
Sample and Dodd; substitutes; During the second half, the play- mean talent. Bell, Corrie . .. . Alachua Alachua
Perry ers on the Pinellas County team Our Oriental friend, Mr. Len B. Bell, Lillie M. Ft. Meade Polk
for Gillen, :Mooney for Dick-
son, Collins for Sample, Ware for showed signs of weakeningtheirwind Tan. came forward and honoredus Bennett, Esther . . . Stuart St Lucie
Dodd. was not lasting. On the other with a speech on "The Shantung Billings, Delah S. . . .Lake Butler Bradford
Buckman Hall. hand, the Bradford players in- Question." :Mr.\ Tan showed with Billingsley, Carrie . . . Reddick :Marion !
creased their speed, exhibiting the convincing logic that the Paris Bloomheart, :Mary Ella . . Tampa Hillsboro ;'
Forwards, Hanson ((4 points) and good results they were deriving conference had tacitly allowed Borland Annie . . . .Dothan Alabama
Billingsley ((4 points) ; guards, from the practice they had put in China to be outraged by Japan. I Bouchelle, Anne . . . Deland Volusia
Connor (Capt.) and Jones; centers the week before the game. They The speaker said in substance thatif Boutelle, Mrs. Margaret. . Bradentown Manatee
Daniels and Hensley; substi--I had Pinellas outclassed in team China was to be treated as a Boutelle, :Mary Elva .. . Bradentown Manatee
tutes, Holliway for Hensley; Kirk- 'work, but were unable to "get neutral then the seizure by Japanof Bowen, Elizabeth E. .. . . Newport Arkansas
man for Jones, Childers for Dan away" to any extent more than enemy property in neutral territory Boyles, Gladys . . . .Span :Marion
iels. two field goals during the last half was contrary to interna- Boyle, Sarah R . . . Punta Gorda Desoto
All are looking forward to the cf the game, due to the excellent tional law. Conversely if China be Braren, :Mrs. Emma . . .Daytona Volusia
third game of the series, as it is guard work of the Pinellas players, regarded as a belligerent still the Briggs, Uarda . .. . .Zephyrhills Pasco
expected that this next game will and due to the fact' that only one seizure would be illegal for Ger-- Brown, Winnie . .. . . Sanford Seminole
be a hard-fought affair because of or two of the Bradford players many merely had control of Kiaon Brownlee, Lois .. ... .. . .Callahan Nassau
the spirit manifested. Each team could "find the basket." The game Chaon for 59* years and had no Bryan, Virgie . .. . .Coleman Sumter
has won one game and all are practicing ended with Bradford having scored right to transfer it to any other Bryant, Josie . . . Bell Alachua
hrd to become victors when two field goals in the last half nation. Bryant, Margaret . . . .Lakeland Polk
the tie is played off. The date for and Pinellas having scored only Speaking for his cmntryIr.: Bullock, Emma L. . . .Arcadia Desoto
this next game has not been agreed one, leaving the final score of the Tan insisted that the control of Burgess, Elizabeth T. . . .Aurantia Brevard
upon: as yet, but it is expected that; game-9 to 8 in favor of Bradford.The Shantung by the Japanese was a Burnett, Ruth :Margaret . .Zephyrhills Pasco
it will be played next Saturday line-up was as follows: menace to China. Japan thus can Campbell, :Miss\ Neely . . .Bartow Polk
afternoon. (CONTINUED ON PAGE SIX) CONTINUED ON PAGE SIX) (CONTINUED: ON PAGE TWO)

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1 Y. W. C. A. OF SCHOOL (Continued from First Page)
10-DAY CLEARING SALE Name Postoffice County or State
JULY
OUR Gymnasium auditorium, July 13, Canney, :Mrs.\ Ida Gertrude .. .Live Oak SuwanneeAlachua
1920. 7 o'clock. Cannon, :Marjorie Sue .. . ..Gainesville
f j STARTS SATURDAY JULY 3 Opening song, "Whole-hearted, Carey, Mariam E .. ... .. .Key West Monroe
.Lakeland Polk
true-hearted. Carrier, :Mrs.\ Alice Bingham
I Scripture Reading: :Matt. 6, 24- Cathrane, Vernie ... .. ... ...Alachua AlachuaAlachua
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34. Cawthon, Mrs. Anne W Gainesville
I I on our Entire Stock of Sentence prayers. Chaffin, Mrs. Rosalie .. .. . .Gainesville Alachua
1 Business. Chambers, Dorothy E. . ..Bradentown Manatee
I DRY GOODS, LADIES'and MEN'S Program. Chambers, Imo (:Miss) .. . .Brooksville Hernando
Leader, :Miss Lorace Peeples, Clark, :Mrs. Clara M . .. .:Manatee Manatee
jql READY TO WEAR at the president. Clegg, Edith Estelle ... ... .Inverness Citrus
: Instrumental music-:Miss Hat- Clement, Gertrude ... ... ...Bartow Polk
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I tie Miller. Clifton, Arveda ... ._. ... .._ .Spring Garden VolusiaAlachua
Reading-:Miss: Lewis. Coffey, :Mrs. Cora N. .. .. .Gainesville
//II! The Busy Bazaar Subject: "What the Y. W. C. A. Coleman, Isabel ... ... .. ... ..Green Cove Springs Clay
is doing in the colleges."-Miss Tid- Collier, Eunice ... ... ... .. .Otter Creek Levy
i11\\ I 113-115 West Unlve.rsltY.Avenue well, U. of Ala.; Miss King, Stet- Collins, Gertrude . . .Live Oak SuwaneeHamilton
I ': For lack of no price mentioned son; Miss Gertrude Williams, Tal- Colson, :Marie Della . . .Jennings
! : space lahassee; Miss Simpson, Tallahassee. Colson, :Miss Ottie .. .. . ..Tampa Hillsboro
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p.! = Open meeting-Voluntary discus-
t'; sions.
::1:1: i it Closing song, "Take Time to be

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i.j. service was led by Prof. Hensleyin
:Ii the absence of Mr White. Prof.
I If i iiii Hensley, in his talk, emphasizedthe EYES : 1 GLASSES
iii i i NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIONERY fact that God inspires his followers TESTED w FITTEDWe
} i in the same way that the
i'i : LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS, ETC. mountains surrounding ancient Je-
rusalem inspired the inhabitants of
I. ; ,j; that city. It was noted that a few
";' I r more students rooming in the dor- Do Our Own Lens Grinding-No Delay
1.1 mitories or near the campus were
; out to this service, and it was a C. H. COLES & SON
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they are not high priced at all Just think of the .
I LARGE LOT OF rising cost of the yard goods and compare the

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1.II91" m".n.r.K.IBj.K.K.K..J.u.n.J.n..K.K.K." N N N N; 1 N N N N N NBN. ..L1I FOOD SALE HELDIN The Masons\ of the Universityof i Among the out of town students #.Ii
Florida had a get together I going home last week-end were E. r
; \ last night. There j I Ocala, and Foster
SOCIAL HALL meeting Friday H. Douglas of :
I was a large number out and much | Smith, of Hawthorne.
Stylish] ShQces] ; \WELL PATRONIZED interest shown throughout the j ",''I.\

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meeting.Mr. Miss Gertrude Prince enjoyed :;1
S..nday; School Class of Holy Trin- the past week-end visiting her {Iii
ity Church Sell Good "Eats"to \ Gilbert Lamb of Ocala, was home folks in Micanopy.
That Wear ; Normalites.Miss visiting friends at the Universitylast 'II'_
Sunday. Fal Johnson spent last weeK: visiting ;
Nora Norton, of Gainesville, in Hawthorne, where his parents 1
lead her Sunday School class of There was a great earthquake in are staying at present.
the Holy 'irinity church out to the China last week, caused by the fall 1
Come in and we will gladly show you "\" Social hall last Saturday and Miss\ Nellie George had when a I Stansel Belcher, of Largo, was '
conducted an all day food sale. bench o\erturned with her. here several days last week, a
e Tl. placed the funds derived from .
ey guest of his cousin, Stansel Taylor ..
this: sale to the aid of the good Myrtle Sap spent the past week- Jr.Miss. ,
work that the class is carrying on end at her home in Hale. She hads -
; Umitcedl Shoe)< SttQf( ] Deborah Hurlbert spent the
1 111 I I WEST UNIVERSITY AVE. .eNNeN day long the summer school Miss\ Vera Long. last week-end in Mont Brook. ,
students kept buying the candy,
= cake, pies, salads, etc., from these Prof. Hodge gave an interestingtalk 1 1I
.8 N''.K:.U 8 H..N''.'N.N H..I..K,N; : :: :.11.81: BHBeB.H'KBH: : : : : : :.H:.H'.HB": NMllt" girls, who were so congenial, cour- on "Play" at last Friday's Miss\ Lydia Salmi spent last Sat-
teous and efficient in showing off chapel exercises. I urday and Sunday in Newberry.
their "wares" that most of the stu- j
dents found that they really enjoyed i
GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COD. the part of buying the foodas :
well as the eating of it. About NORMAL STUDENTS
R. COX, Prop. I 3 o'clock in the afternoon, a representative
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OTTO F. STOCK, Tailor very Miss grateful Norton to stated the that students she was for J. S. BODIFORD & CO. i

the fine spirit of co-operation
Alteration, Cleaning, PressingPhone showed the class, and that she appreciated DruggistsAgents
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dered her class in preparing tables, !
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t: THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR LIST OF NAMES OF ALL THE SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS
; (Continued from Page Two) DO BUSINESS WITH
:" Ii (Summer School Edition)
Name Postoffice County or State
!it.' :i 11f' + .. ... AlachuaMarion
I Condon Jessie Mae Gainesville
i f'f'j j li; Clifton Johnson Business Manager Conner. Miriam . .. .. .Oklawaha : FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK"The
i H and Managing Editor. j Cook, Delilah . .. .. .. Clermont Lake THE
Gertrude
, Williams, Associate Editor
I',){" I Miriam Connor, Associate Editor. I)j Cook, Nellie May . ... .. 'ler' ont Lake
i i Cook.ey. Pearle . . .. Lloyd JeffersonOrange
11.t Entered as second class! matter Cooper Bernice Mary ... Apopka
If tai!,, Sept. 28, 1912 at the Postoffice at Corton' Edith L. . ... ... _Apopka Orange i "
li!i Gainesville Fla., under the Act of'' Courson Ethel . . ... Arcadia Desoto New Million Dollar Bank.
;i! March 3rd, 1879. Cox Ruth . . . ... Quay St. Luc.e
II., I Creekmore :Miss Nora .. ... ..Lhe Oak ... ?.. .. Suwannee Resources Over $2,000,000.
!Ali'1: 'I, All news matter which is desired Creighton Leila A. . ... Old Town Lafayette
:f.., I to be printed must be in the hands
III! of the Managing Editor not later I I Crews Rose E. . . ... .Zolfo Desoto
, I than Monday noon. Crippen Dorothy M . ... .. Dania Broward --- --:
li1: Crow Martha Gertrude .. .. .Plant City Hillsboro
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I J:: Kate:-The Florida Alligator Crowley Della . .. ... Miakka Manatee i,
I 1,1;: :' (Summer School Edition), 60c for Crusoe Laura . . ... .. Key West Monroe Scatter Sunshine with Greeting CardsSend
1/1/. t the entire summer eight issues; Curry, Amelia . . ... .. Manatee Manatee
i'! ;, 30c for one month four issues; per Daiger Mary . . .. .. Unuuilla. Lake
.!'1,', individual copy-lOc. Daniel Bertha M . ... Sanibel Lee
I'' Dansby, Fanny . . .. .Orange Lake :Marion one to the f friend you ought to write,
ELI;
y !f CHANGE IN BUGLER'S SCHED- Dansby, Sadie . .. ... ..Orange Lake Marion j But haven't time to.
I t.! ULE. Davis, Miss Ely .Delray Palm Beach :
1 1'1;' Davis Gladys . . ... . Tamra Hillsboro'!'
!" From last Tuesday on through Davis Mamie . . .... .. Alachua ., Alachua Card for Milton Bradley
!n the summer school the bugle will Davis, Ossie .. .. ... .. Leesburg Lake NORAH .
III sound at 8:15: and 8:30: at' nights Dean Mary A--------------- Gainesville! Alachua Every Occasion Quality Books

ii: during the week and at 10:15: and DeBerry, Juanita .. ... .. Manatee Manatee
t,j': 10:30: on Friday Saturday and DeSha, Bernice . . .. .Jacksonville Duval |
111 ii Sunday nights. The students will Dickson, Katherine Isabel . Winter Park Orange
!! i leave the campus the girls of the Diggs, Mrs. Lou C . . Starke Bradford I -
i ii i iI'I j dormitories going to their rooms, Dodd Augusta . . . Anthony Marion
!::1 t when the first bugle is sounded. Ijorsey Annie Elizabeth .. Gainesville Alachua
iiiy I//i Drinkall Mrs. Anastasia . . Zephyrhills Pasco AUTO SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIESGill
y::itil( DuBose Minnie Agnes .. . High Springs Alachua
til'I Last Thursday afternoon a party Dudley Edna . . . Newberry Alachua Piston Rings. Goodyear Tires and Tubes
of students
summer school enjoyed -
:! Duncan Carrie E. . .. . Ft. White Columbia
an outdoor supper down "on
Duncan, Orie D.Ft. White Columbia
I: the farm." The this
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:" Durrance, Mrs. O. L. . . Bishopville Volusia -
Rifle Bend and those who
I was Eargle Florrie O . . . Lochloosa Alachua GAINESVILLE AUTO SUPPLY CO. '"
:i enjoyed its pleasures were Misses Ellis Gladys E . . . :Meredith Levy
t't Minnie Dubose Gladys O'Steen Elmore, Miss Anne . . Bradentown Manatee Phone 183 Gainesville Fla. I
I t Milma Mooney Lillie Lamboley Ennis Dollie . . . .Millville Bay ,
and Ruth Cox and Messrs. J. J.
Evrard Miss Elizabeth F. . .Jacksonville Duval
IC:, Caruso, "Red" Fern, J. M. Haynes
(CONTINUED ON PAGE SIX)
f}! and Roy Matthews.

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I\ A jolly crowd met at the entrance

1\: y to lovers' lane last Friday FORDSON TRACTORAND I Homefolks and VisitorsWe
s i afternoon to indulge in the favor- THE
I ite occupation of "watermelon
: t splitting." Delicious home-made PHIFER FORD CARS AND I take pleasure in serving you with the best the
I i candy appetizing sandwiches and i
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FORD
I ice-cold watermelon were relished. GENUINE I at prices -
I .' f Those in the party were Misses STATE TRACTOR PARTSJ. with the cost of things.
I Clara and Queenie Herlong Miss

: ; Winnifred Strong, Clifton Johnson H. ALDERMAN, Come Once and You'll Come Again
'I Bob Lewis Fal Johnson Stansel BANK
E Dealer
"! I Taylor and "Mike"Joe
: I ALACHUA CAFEOPEN

,i : I Scofield was a visitor last Gainesville Fla. Ford Headquarters
I I : week to Inverness. He spent the Gainesville, Fla. ALL DAY OPEN ALL NIGHT
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! I iness and pleasure mostly pleasure .
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I i ladies mostly ladles.: He reports <<

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! I ii 4 Summer School students desiring

\. l I Tennis Rackets, Balls and I the latest styles in hats and ladies'

Other Seasonable r ., ready-to-wear will seek their needs

I! Goods. t i at this store where courtesy and a

I .r SQUARE DEAL is always assured.
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REPORT OF UNIVERSITYSUMMER THE NEW YORK RACKET ;
I Strause Bros. ClothingFOR SCHOOL AT t ,

END OF FIRST MONTH Shoes, Gents Furnishings and ReadytoWear.McCORMICK'S I ::i iI

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=- 712 enrolled to date-499 women;
229 men.
130 hold First Grade Certificates93
women; 37 men. I
A FULLEvening's 127 hold Second Grade Certificates -
-117 women; 10 men. '
55 hold Third Grade Certificates50 Complete line of ;,
EntertainmentVISIT wemen; 5 men. j
41 hold State Certificates Millinery and Ready-to-Wear. :'

women; 23 men. reduction all Summer School Students.
14 hold Special State Certificates Special to !
-10 women; 4 men. Modart and Gossard Corsets. -
8 hold Primary Certificates I
women. South Side Square. Phone 460.
THE, LYRICfor 353 hold no certificate of any
kind-203 women; 150 men. ,
In are seeking First Grade Certificate It

Better PicturesTHE 109 -are 106 seeking women;Second 11 men.Grade ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. I,J!'

Certificate-108 women; 11 men. B R. Colson, President. l f
26 are seeking State Certificate Members of American Association of Title Men Members of t :'+
-5 women; 21 men. Florida Association of Title Men. l I
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20 are seeking Special Certificates GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA. r!
-11 women; 9 men.
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252 women; 180 men. j
BIG 10, 20 and 30% 41;are 19 men.college graduates-22 women I' s.

64 are normal graduates-36 women -j' j
; 28 men.
SHOE SALEIS 263 are high school graduates-' GET YOUR DRINKS ATMILLER'S I K
-wo women; 55 men.
360 have never graduated from I I".Ki,
STILL ON any institution-233 women; 127 i j
men. .
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9 are taking graduate work-5
Guaranteed Silk Hose $1.15 women; 4 men.
at 537 are taking some college ::1
work-340 women; 197 men. I
417 are taking professional work' ,
B. M. TENCHVest Psychology, Pedagogy Methods,I ""Iof t
etc.-356 women; 61 men. 1
Side of Square J 179 are taking work covered byl I 1t t
My car will be on the Campus daily and will furnish free transportation State and Special Certificates 'i
No Better On Earth
women; 91 men. t j
243 are taking won covered by l
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42 men.
399 have taugh school-319 women f'.;
GET ACQUAINTED WITH ; 80 men. !
329 have never taught school i
180 women; 149 men. .1,
THE QUALITY STOREA. 107 are f married-77 women; 30 i ,'nI {
men.
GREENBERG. Prop.Laidies9 621 are unmarried-422 women; I' ii, i
199 men. ':;
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46 Florida Counties represented. I ,

Ready-to-Wear ApparelDry 1 16 Foreign States represented.country represented. HIGGINBOTHAM I Mrs. S. L Hammargren ;!
Goods Notions and Millinery ,

Misses Jessie Waterson and :Milo BROTHERS ,
20 per cent Reduction for Shepherd spent last Saturday and Millinery :\'

Normal Students ONLY Sunday in Chiefland. West EndGrocery ,tr
I Handkerchiefs. Holsery. 'i
Among the visitors from here I Corsets. t
GENTS FURNISHINGS ALWAYS ON HAND spending the past week-end in i

High Spriags was Miss Johnny 109 University Avenue, West
South Side Square Gainesville. Fla. Malphers, Miss Minnie Dubose and PHONE 388 ;
Miss Nellie George. i i//

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ij' (Continued from First Page) Articles Candies, Souven- forBicycle A. C. L. LUNCH ROOMOne
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II''I control the Shantung railway, one Pens. I and Accessories.The Door North A. C. L. Depot j
I PI'#' of the arteries of China. Moreover I =
l tt I there is a religious objection
!II I to Japanese control of Shantung. ;$
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II China. Here Confucius was born. latest Novelties in Jewelry-Tuck Combs beautifully set Sporting Goods Cutlery
The control of Shantung by Japan in brilliants, Beads and Sautoirs of various colors, the new Brace-
I I ; is a deliberate violation of interna- lets to be worn with short sleeved dresses, etc. Baird Hardware' Co. Gainesville ;
I i tional law and a direct stab at the
!t t f people of China and their right of L. C. SMITH South Side of Square
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BRADFORD COUNTY LIST OF NAMES OF ALL THE SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS

I I WINS TIGHT GAME (Continued from Page Hour) MOHAWK TIRES AND 1 IRE ACCESSORIES
''t Name Po toffice County or State 104 Phone 43
t (Continued from First Page) W. University Ave.
It Para bee, Mrs T. N.Wauchula Desoto
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t., I Farnell, Jessie White Columbia
I : Bradford County. Flewellen, Ludie .. . . .Tampa HillsboroFogg
I Forwards, Maxwell and Lang- } Grace D .. . .Graham Bradford
I ford; guards, Brown and Lee; center Fogg, Leta :\1. .. . . .Graham Bradford
tl I Sheruse. Points scored, Lang- Fogg, Linnie May .. . .Graham Bradford tAt
t i I i ford 7; Sheruse 2. Forbes, Pearl . . . .Anthony Marion THE COLLEGE INN
1! Pinellas County. Frazee Thelma I I. . . Orlando Orange
I : Forwards, Taylor and Johnson; Freeland, Lela Were . . Lake} Worth Palm Beach
i guards, Lewis and Campbell; cen- Frei, :Mary\ A . . . Archer Alachua
I 'i or, Hait. Points scored: Taylor Fulford, Hymie, (Mrs.) . .Groveland Lake Your Servicein
! i 2; Johnson 6.I Futch, Emma Eleanor . . Hampton Bradford
f I I : : It has been reported that more Gandy, Gladys . . . Bartow Polk Dozens of Ways.
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I \ci; county teams have been organized, Gardner Mrs C. S Waldo Alachua
I and also that several teams have Gardner, Florence R. . . Key West Monroe
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I been gotten together from the Garfunkel, Lorraine :Miami Dade
I j t I rooming houses off the campus. So Garnett, Mary Ella . . .Hypoluxo Palm Beach
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) !I I there is no doubt but that more Gault, Bessie Pearl .Ogden Desoto Call on Us for AnythingTrade ---
: t j f I boys' basket ball games will be Giulr Ruby . . . . Ft. Ogden Desoto
I f played soon. Gause, Hetty B. . . .Astatula Lake
. l Gay, Mrs. Jessie . . .Crystal River Citrus
f i II: i NEW SUNDAY SCHOOL Gay, :Mrs\ ,V'V.. . . Wauchula Desoto
f' i I COURSE JUST COMPLETED George, Nellie Grace . . High Springs Alachua where accommodated.
: : Getch, Bertha . . . Orlando Orange you are
'i i Last Saturday the course that Getch, Lucy Belle . . Tampa Hillsborough
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;j I I has been offered recently for train- Gibson, Nora E. Clermont Lake .
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I ing Sunday School teachers was Gillis, Irene . . .. .Ponce deLeon Walton --
I completed.! This course was given Gillon, Mary Ruth . . .Sanford Seminole
t! : s I under the direction and supervision Gladney Mary . . . Lowell :Marion
: I of Mr. Alex Linn, of Jacksonville Godbold, Amanda . . .Delray Palm Beach Normal StudentsDon't
:I Secretary State Sunday Goldsby, Mary Bentley . . Ft. Myers Lee
School Association, and was the Grant, Margaret E. .. . Hobe Sound Palm Beach
i first of its kind to be given in the Gray. Hildreth . . . .Delray Palm Beach over look Gainesville's Most Pcpular Fashion Shop (for Ladies
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i! University Summer school. It is Green Lillie Palatka Putnam That features ONE OF A KIND in
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\ t supposed and hoped that it will be Griggs, Jennie Agnes Oak :Marion\
'I' ; given regularly every summer. Grier, Lucie . . . .West Palm Beach Palm Beach Dresses, Suits, Skirts, Overblouses and Millinery.
I. Gwaltney, Bessie '. . . .Lisbon Lake For Normal Students ONLY We Offer a

Mr. and Mrs. Barnes, of Gaines- To be continued next week. 20 to 25 per cent. RecuctionOn
,, ville, chaperoned a party spending
last Sunday in Worthington NOTICE. ANNOUNCEMENT.Prof. our complete line of LADIES' READYTOWEAR.All .
;, Springs. Included in this party The Y. W. C. A. holds its weekly -
were the following: Nora Lee Chan- l meetings in the auditorium of Chapman will give his an- parcels delivered to the University.
cey, of Gainesville; Misses Joyce the Gymnasium, -Tuesday eveningat nual reading in the gymnasium;; at
Long, and Wilma Mooney and 7 o'oclock. S o'clock on Saturday night. Julv FEINBERG'S"South
Messrs. J. J. Caruso, C. A. Savage All women students invited.J. 17th. A new program will be of-
I .: and Carl Brown. The day was fered, full of fun and good music.
spent in swimming, kodaking and A. Gillis was.a business visitorto Tickets, only 20 cents, on sale at Side of Square"
i picnicing in general. Orlando last week. the Book Store and at the door. I


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