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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
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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 30, 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>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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The Florida Alligator I,I






SUMMER SCHOOL EDITIONVOL. i iI I


IX GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1920. No. 7 1

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"AT HOME NIGHT" OF PEABODY CLUB MEETINGS "MRS. BRIGGS OF THE POULTRY YARD," FARCE i


STARTLING SUCCESS---MEMBERS ENLIVED AND We AssureYouOF COMEDY IN THREE ACTS PRESENTED LAST EVE. :


ROYALLY ENTERTAINED--DEBATE ON "CO-ED" THE PUREST AND IN GYMNASIUM BY PEABODY DRAMATIC CLUB :

BEST DRINKS AND UNFAILING -
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UNIVERSITY FACULTY AND TOWN TEAM I DEFEATS COURTEOUS TENNIS TOURNAMENT ALL CHARACTERS TAKE THEIR
CITIZENS OF GAINESVILLE
PARTS WELL-AUDIENCE
ATTEND AS GUESTS.The UNIVERSITY CHAMPIONSIN SERVICE AT ATTRACTS ATTENTION PLEASED. ,


sound of the gavel was GIRLS' BASKET BALL IN SUMMER SCHOOLNo "Mrs. Briggs of the Poultry

heard in the Gymnasium last Thurs- The College Inn Yard," a farce comedy in three I !
day evening at 8 o'clock. Mr. F. Team Work of Gainesville Girls Prizes To Be AwardedHopefor acts, was presented last evening in !
Y. Durrance called to order the Gives Them Victory In a Winners to Enthusiastsof the gymnasium to the Summer
most enthusiastic meeting which Close Game.In Gainesville.The School students and the residentsof 1
Peabody club has had this sum- WHY IS BUSINESS Gainesville, by the Peabody Dramatic I
mer. The assembly hall was the Gymnasium last Friday Tennis Tournament is progressing Club. The play was very i
thronged with beings of grace and night a match game of basket ball ENGLISH ANIMPORTANT rapidly interest seems to successful and was greatly enjoyed
.beauty. A spirit of hilarity and as played between the championteam by the large audience that packedthe
be at the highest, preliminariesand I
good cheer spread through the as- of the University summer l STUDY? house. After the play Dr.
sembly like a bit of gossip in a school, which is the team repre- semi-finals have been completed James M. Chapman gave the "Wi
ladies' sewing circle. senting the girls who live in Thomas Writer Gives Requirements for Suc and all of the finals will be dow Bidott," with the assistanceof I I

The Girls' Glee club gave a selection Hall, and a picked team from cessful Business Life and How played Saturday July 31. The two Mr. Leon Gray. Dr. Chapman I
as the first feature of the the resident girls of Gainesville.The Business English Helps. < courts on the north side will be showed himself a master of his art
program. The audience -"encored" game was called for 7:15: and brought down the house with _
reserved for the official matches.In .
heartily and the troupe respondedby o'clock and from the very start Business English is an Impor- his clever impersonation of the
a still better selection. Misses showed that it was to be the fast- tant study because it prepares the finals strict laws, as adopted widow. Mr. Gray deserves special -
Jones and McKinstry gave a est game of basketball played in young men and women for practical by the U. S. Lawn Tennis association mention for his part.
piano duett. The duett was unusually this vicinity in some time. The every day work in the business will be observed. The um- Mrs. Hannan, as the unconquerable -
good and keenly enjoyed. University team had practicedsome world, in helping them to use Eng-- pires will be Mr. G. E. White and "Mother Briggs," played: her: i
Various people in the audiencewere before the day of the game, lish, written and spoken, more part with the excellence of a professional
Mr. P. O. Baker; official score- :
seen casting furtive glancesin but had not worked their singals or effectively in conducting business actress. She is beset on
the direction of the punch bowls. team work up to the par of transactions. :Most people who are keepers, Mr. E. H. Murlebaus and all sides by obstacles but over- :
Despite these momentary distrac- cy that could cope with efUcien-1 successful have been successful be- Mr. L. A. Gray; linesmen, W. Pfeil comes them all, and rises from the "
tions, the program was carried and unerring passing and cause of certain business qualities and L. Thomas, A. Simmons E. A. position of an humble washerwoman t
steadily on. Miss Simpson, the teamwork of the town girls. The which they possess, whether the Clayton; H. F. Bache, announcer. to that of an owner of a poul-
inimitable came forward and gavea Gainesville girls have been used to person's work is entirely centeredin The entries will be one match try farm with "Chickens bought', I
vocal solo. each other-played with each other the business world or not. For each; men's singles women's singles sold, or made to order." She was .

The next feature of the programwas all the past year and their team business men in general and for men's doubles, women's dou- very good and merited the stupendous I
a debate on the subject, "Re- work was wonderful in effect, for, stenographers and clerks such bles and mixed doubles. The man- applause that she won by
solved, that the University of Flor- although it was not until the last kuowledge is indispensable. Any- agement is sorry not to be able to her many witty remarks and com l
ida should be Co-educational." half that the town girls ran away body entering a business life with- announce the names of the contest- ical attitudes on all subjects. !

Affirmative: H. C. Johnson, L. with the score, they showed out a knowledge of the customs ants. Miss Gertrude Prince as Virginia I
C. Crafton; negative: J. E. 'V iI- throughout that their team out and forms of business could not A match shall be won by playeror received much praise for her !
lett, E. F. McLane. classed the team of summer school expect to be employed, or at least i team winning two sets out of work. Sweet and graceful, herself,
Each speaker was given ten minutes students in team work.In could not demand the wages he de three. Onlookers will be welcomebut she portrayed her part admirablyand I
the are requested to stand or sit naturally. Miss Prince shows .
of the
"Mess Hall," the first speaker the last half game sired.
for the affirmative, made a pow- town girls began to liven up in These are the four main require- on the sidelines three feet from great dramatic ability. Her unselfish -
erful appeal to his audience by referring -: their efforts to win, and soon had ments: the courts. devotion to the family dur-
to the rosy-hued dawn of the advantage by a few points in 1. An understanding of people Contestants will toss for prefer- ing their hardships and her pa-
civilization and quoting Plato as the score. From then on, although and of the ways to win their favorable ence of court or serve but will tience in her own affairs with Ralph :
alternate courts after first and makes everybody glad her family
one who favored co-education.: Tillis for the Normalites shot sev- response. (Mental attitude is
J. E. Willett, the first speaker on eral excellent goals, they gained in the most important factor.) second sets and after each fourth relations are straightened out satisfactorily
the negative, replied with a their lead and at the close of the 2. A command of the essentialsof game in the third set.\. The Athletic and that she did not
broadside. He pointed out the awful game had won by a score of 28 to good English, especially sen- Directors are sorry that there have to wait "a hundred years."
tragedy of having our sisters 19. It was fast team work, sure tence structure, and diction; also are to be no prizes awarded to the Mr. Leon Gray, as Ralph showed -
and sweethearts here to passing and clean level-headed of grammar and punctuation. winners, but this is due to lack of himself a real actor. In every
come organization, and that no entrancefee instance he was a thorough mas-
school and going array engaged. playing that won the game for the 3. A familiarity with the com-
business forms and was charged. ter of himself and never deviated
huui cculd be heard town girls. Their forwards were mon usages
of horror
throughout Er; Mr. L. not so sure or accurate in their such as the correct make-up of a It is hoped that the winners will from the character he was portray,
C. ) the asrembly.affirmative goal throwing as Miss Tillis, but letter, remittances, and the like. challenge the tennis enthusiasts of ing. His self control, his love for
Crafton, the second 4. A general knowledge of the Gainesville should there be time Virginia, his unselfish devotion to
opportunities
speaker captivated his hearers. In they had many more
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FRIDAY, JULY 30, 191.i .

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Miss Delah Beilling was a visit.:
Subs-
Guards, Jones and Pepper;
"AT HOME NIGHT" OF Davis and Nobles. or to her home in Lake Butler last

PEABODY CLUB MEETINGS B. Halt. Umpire- weekend.Last .
Referee-K.
I The Remainder of This Month STARTLING SUCCESS Mrs. Gobart. Score-keepers-l\Ir.
week a party of summer
Caruso.
and Mr.
White
: all of j school students paid a visit to the .
ball climaxes
of
First Page) This game
from
Our Low Prices (Continued
, : its kind that has been played this state prison farm. A few of them -
will be the remarked that they had such a
a tense voice, he pictured an an- summer and probably .
gelic face wafted by morning last game of the summer becausethe great time they wanted to stay
Prevail zephyrs down the "hills of the future stage for the summer school there.
," until the face meets yours play has been put up in the gym.
and the two merge. The people in But we are glad that the games The many friends of Miss Ger-
In Ladies Mens'and Children's have been played have been trude Williams are glad to learn
.; the "owl roost" went wild. The I that
and have arousedso that after two weeks confinementin
second negative speaker, "Hard- so successful
Ready-to-wear. boiled Mac," struck a responsive I much enthusiasm. It is to the infirmary she is fully recov-
that next summer ered and able to take up her school
chord in the hearts of his hearersby be hoped
and and summers to follow will see work again.
, making a wig wag gesture
The Busy Bazaar bellowing, "It is high time we leave games of this kind of so much "
tell tales, remarked -
no
off high-flown language and come pep and enjoyment. "Dead men
113-115 West University Avenue down to a few hard-boiled facts." a philosopher."That .
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rendered decisionfor Emma Smallwood spend the last may account for the fact
The judges a
t. For lack of space no prices mentioned the affirmative. Then, Miss week-end with relatives and friendsin that widows find it so easy to get
married again," replied his friend.
p Rencher gave a piano solo. Aft- LaCrosse. I
= er which refreshments were servo I
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cookies to their-er-hearts con-
I tent, the happy crowd dispersed. FIRST NATIONAL BANK

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TOWN TEAM DEFEATS Your Business Solicited Incorporated 1888

LANGUAGE HALL UNIVERSITY CHAMPIONS
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t because of the backing that their
! team-mates gave them. EYES Sl S GLASSES

I NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIONERY The line-up was as follows: TESTED ''a-SWlBB- r FITTED
University.
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS. ETC. Forwards-Tillis (Capt.), ((15
i points), and Puett ((4 points); cen-
ters Willoughby and Dickson;
I guards, Sample and Dodd. Subs: We Do Our Own Lens Grinding-No Delay
Gillen for Dickson.
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IH N !I II .!HIBIIBilHilHilmmmmmmmmmmim. .\ 1 nation from which he extricated
N']I,"MRS. BRIGGS OF loved the pig with equal fervor.
himself with all honors, and in This part was played by Mrs.\
THE POULTRY YARD"Continued
Mandy\ really captured a prize. Moore.\ She was a typical Irishwoman
Miriam Connor, as Mandy, whose with the true Irish brogue.
Stylish Sh.
was very lovable. She succeededin one enjoyed her part.;
; his mother
adopted and brothersand
getting a husband and all the On the whole it is agreed that
I
sisters, all, were exceptionally audience rejoiced with her in this the play is the successfulever
most
That Wear = J well done, and the audience was I
I good fortune. Her heart was big presented here in a summer
well pleased by his acting throughout
-even if she did "b-b-burn the st-
school, and is hoping to
I I everyone
the play. We will all concede st-steak."
work of this
see some more groupof
_i that :Mr. Gray has unusual talent. :Mr.\ Roberts, impersonating:\ actors. Dr. Chapman deserves
Come in and will ( The part of Daisy, Virginia'schum Lee the father of Virginia, did special praise in his careful train
show
we gladly ,
you I and a friend of the family I very commendable work with his ing of the characters and general
p and particularly of Jimmie, wa
part and truly exhibited the right
coaching of the play. Everyone
taken by Louise Pedigo. It was I
spirit of the irate parent. As was appreciates his work to make the
due to her influence and winning true in the fairy tales, he lost a
play a success.
U n ted< < S1h1Q SttQrr inspiration, which were quite original daughter but gained a son and his y
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r and natural in this actress. happiness radiated to all the audience -
= I that Jimmie! reformed from a lazy Robert'estmorel and Hugh
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j Friday.
I I !: 'II !'" Last, but not least, was :Mrs.
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by the entire audience. I Palm Parlor '
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.. 1, .Melissy: and Alviry Briggs kept
the audience in laughter by their I and Keep Cool
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I FRIDAY JULY 30, 1911.
i i I PAGn .v

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: 1\ THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR 1 I I men seem to have it in for each WHY IS BUSINESS ENGLISH IMPORTANT?

I: other in both baseball and volley CONTINUED: FROM) I FIRST PAGE' DO BUSINESS WITH' f
: j'
; j (Summer School Edition) 4 ball. The championship, however,
of commercial -
! most important types
; went to the single men, in volley ,
such buying
transactions, as
Clifton Johnson, Business Managerand ball, and we cannot say as to base-
and the right NATIONAL BANK
Managing Editor. ball. selling and collecting THE FLORIDA

Gertrude Williams, Associate Editor rendered methods of handling them. L .-.-
| The Peabody club has
Miriam Connor, Associate Editor. Business Engl'sh teaches us tfe
some excellent programs which:
'' systems used in the business world,
Entered second class matter, have been enjoyed by a great many. {
, as how to overcome some of the difficulties -
I Sept. 28, 1912, at the Postoffice at !i On last Thursday night the question commonly met in the bus- "The New Million Dollar Bank."
I. Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of of Co-education was debated
iness office, what to say, the man-
r I'' March 3rd, 1879. : and an extra fine program was i
ner of expressing our thoughts and
Over
Resources $2,000,000.
l j given. The people of Gainesville
how to write correct business let-
All news matter which is desired
of the club
j were present as guests
.; to be printed must be in the hands .
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were
1 than Monday neon. 'I successful letter because it is
i The Motion pictures on Tueslay
clear, concise and forceful. It
J J, Rate:-The Florida Alligator, j night of each week were an enjoyable
helps the writer to secure what he Sunshine with Cards
j (Summer School Edition), 60c for I I' feature as well as the singing wants, new business, money that is Scatter Greeting
it the entire summer, eight issues; of the old time and popular songs, ,
owing, a position or inform .tiou. ':
(I ff 30c for one month, four issues; per even if some of our old maids did /
I individual copy-lOc. to the thatit It teaches a person to come
object singing saying
straight to the point, to be punctual Send one to the friend you ought to write
detracted from the picture.
lit STUDENT ACTIVITIES. The Social Hours in the Y, conducted exact and to have a commandof But haven't time to fNORAH
''E facts. A good busi-
important ::
: When it comes to being active, by :Mr. White, were very
rtt I Il .: the student body of the University enjoyable. These were for those ness letter holds the reader's at-

11 Summer School is the most active who did not care to dance and tention at all pOints-the materia'to Cards for Milton Bradley
be included, the style, the para-
It "' bunch in the state. The social side
j1 everyone is loud in his praise of
tti of the University is well developedas I I these social hours. graphing, ..3 construction of sen- Every Occasion Quality Books
tences, and the actuM wording.A .
\ I think most every student who I The Summer school has almost ,
number of the various kind of
''I is enrolled will testify. There are passed away, and, during the ses-
' letters we learn to write are: How I
tl, many organizations here this summer sion these activities have made ---- -
situation, letters of introduction j
to
a
I i whose chief aim is to chase this one of the most enjoyable get I
1 letters of condolence, letters -
:, :i dull care away as we know of old :years that has ever occurred at
a that, "All work and no play makes the University of Florida. All the of congratulation, followup I
letters, for credit', acknowl-- AUTO SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES
I I : a Jack a dull boy," so such organizations credit should be given toIr.. request
letters of inquiry,

c as the Glee clubs, the Tennis White, Mrs. Rumley and Mrs. Har- edging receipt

Ii j j clubs, the dances, the picnics, court, who have striven so hardto requesting confidential informa- Gill Piston Rings. Goodyear Tires and Tubes 5p
II 1 I the ball games, in-door base ball, make the time enjoyable for tion, ordering goods and remittances I

3! I basket ball and volley ball, the motion everyone of us. Three Rah's for complaint, to debtors, collec-
I r Von of accounts, sale letters, advertisements -
t 1 pictures, the Peabody club them. J. W.
I and the Social Hours in the Y all and reports, askingfor I GAINESVILLE AUTO SUPPLY CO. i
extension of time, circular or
I tend to take up every minute of H. C. Johnson replies to the ques-

}; spare time that the student may tion asked about him in last week's form letters, miscellaneous letters, Phone 183 Gainesville, Fla.
,I have. impersonal letter of recommendation I
issue: "I spend my nights on week- letters of resignation, letters '
F1 tu, The Glee clubs meet twice a' '
"
ends in bed. PS contracts.
I 1 week and have produced some excellent -

If music. On last Wednesday J I .

I I j, evening, July 28th, they rendered f
I II
i I a concert consisting of Glee club
it I numbers and solos. The Tennis THE I FORDSON TRACTORAND Homefolks and VisitorsWe
I I
courts have hardly seen an idle
minute and especially since the I

.t t 'i tournament has commenced it is PHIFER FORD CARS AND take pleasure in serving you with the best the

: rather hard to get a chance to GENUINE FORD AND i ii market affords at prices consistent ....

i 11': Play. STATE i TRACTOR PARTSJ. i iI with the cost of things.
: 4 I It is useless to say that the I I
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j t t direction of the physical director, I BANKGainesville H. ALDERMAN, Come Once and You'll Come Again

Mrs. Rumley, are not enjoyed. Dealer

l!I i About the only complaint offered ALACHUA CAFEOPEN

i i about' them is that there is a scarcity Ford Headquarters '
r:I II J of boys. The floor has been Fla.
Gainesville Fla. ALL DAY OPEN ALL NIGHT
:j I well filled every night and everyone II

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of Home Sweet Home were played r I'

;'I only wishing that they would play I
more.

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Hart Schaffner of & Marx Bread J Burnett TfW ClothierTHE j

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Griffin Brand and I I
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Strause Bros. ClothingFOR LIST OF NAMES OF ALL NEW YORK RACKETShoes ;

SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS I
Gents Furnishings and Ready-to-\Vear. ;j
(Continued from Last Week) I

Simpson; Lottie R., Melbourne. i I
Slaughter, :Myrtle V., Bell.:! I
Slone, Carrie L., Mascotte. 1 1McCORMICK'S
Smallwood, Emma Louise, Gunn- J
A FULLEvening's town.

Smith, Daisy R., Tampa. 1
Smith, Dorothy, Titusville. Complete line of 1
EntertainmentVISIT Smith Grace, Arcadia.
Millinery and Ready-to-Wear. 1
Smith, Nina, Plant City.
Smith, Ruth, Graham. Special reduction to all Summer School Students. "
Sparkman, Daisy, Green Cove
Springs. Modart and Gossard Corsets. II

Spencer Carolyn E., Sanford.
Starbird, Mabel R., Apopka. South Side Square. Phone 460. j
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Stalvey, Maggie L., Trenton. __ ToOr -- --..._- - -
Stechert, Caroline, Gainesville. ,,..
Stephens, Mamie L., Apopka.
Stevens, Ethel Ben Orlando. ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.
for Better Pictures Stivender Mrs. :M. D., Leesburg.
Stoops, Leora M., Umatilla. D. R. Colson, President. :
Stoops, Ora L., Umatilla. Members of American Association of Title Men Members of I .
Florida Association of Title Men. 1
Strange Irma L. Quincy.
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. 1 1GITYOURDroN
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Strewing Ruby Pearl St. Cloud. I
Strong, Winifred L., Palatka.
: Suddath, Miss Boyce, Richland,
Ga.Swint. ,
lone Elizabeth Sanibel. ;

I THE BIG 10, 20 and 30%/ Terwilleger Thomas, Clara., Helen Gainesville.Bruce, Sanford i

Thomas. Lena 0., Buckingham.
Thomas, Ruby, Alachua. 1
Thomas, Ruth Barnwell, St. Pe-
SHOE SALE tersburg. AT

Thomas, Thelma, Brooker.
Thompson, Mrs. J. N., Oviedo.
IS STILL ON Tichenor Altha, Orlando.
Tidwell. Vera Johnson Orlando. .
Tiller, Laura Virginia, Kissimmee.
Guaranteed Silk Hose at $1.15 Todd Tiller. Sallie:Mary Dover.Kissimmee. MILLER'SNo

Torano Emma 0., Key West.
Tyler Mrs. E. A., Coleman.
B. M. TENCH Valentine, Dora, Trilby.
West Side of Square Valentine. Mary :Maud Trilby. "
Walden Mattie, Bradentown.
My car will be on the Campus daily and will furnish free transportation Walker Rosa L.. Lakeland.
Wallace, Rose Mary, Zephyrhills.Ware Better On Earth

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Waters, :Mae, Bell
Waterson, Jessie E., Chiefland
NORMAL STUDENTSYou Watson, Wilma Ruth, Gainesville
I Wiggins, Oilie, Sydney.
Will Find At
Wells, Janie :pariah Center Hill
White Ruth Gainesville. I

THE QUALITY STOREA Willcox Whitelaw, Gladys Laura Lorraine, Floral,City.Jackson- I ----------- _n_______ ______ __ ..
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Complete Line of Wilder Gladys Alberta Knights. I

Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Apparelat MEN. HIGGINBOTHAM I Mrs. S. L. Hammargren

Abbott, Charles E., Ft. Green
Closing Out Prices Springs. BROTHERS
Millinery
Akins, Jas. D., Bradentown. .
Making room for our fall goods. Our 20 per Albertson, Walter E., South Lake West EndGrocery
cent reduction is still on and better values to be Weir. Handkerchiefs. Holsery.Corseti .
Albritton, Mack A., Trilby. /
obtained.A. Allen. A. C., Zellwood.
Andrews, Lothalr B., Darlington. I 109 University f.enue,
Greenberg, Prop. South Side of Square ;
Armstrong, Noble B., Lake Butler. PHONE 388
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'. 'iI; VIDAL DRUG CO. i Go to FOR GOOD EATS AND FIRST CLASS SERVICE COME TO THE
; !i it;!I SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS DORAN'S BICYCLE SHOP
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\ For Drugs, Stationery, Toilet
; 1 jf (Continued from page 5)) Articles, Candies, Souvenir forBicycle A. C. L. LUNCH ROOM }
'j.i ;. -- : Cards, Waterman'sPens. I Repairs
: : -i' I'il Archer, Benjamin E., Jacksonville. I and Accessories. One Door North A. C. L Depot )
: ,h.: 1,q Baker, Paul O'B.. .Gainesville.i t
"t i .:'i:1 I I;q ii'! Barney, Earle S., Union City, Tenn.
I i i ': '1i't Ii' Barrow George W., Baker. ;F:
i ;: I! !!t Bashaw, Philip P.. Gainesville. Kodaks ''
Ii Ii i ''i Bates J. W., Bushnell. LEATHER PURSES, BAGS AND BILL FOLDS! Sporting Goods Cutlery -t;

I i I :;1' j!t;ll Beach Beasley, Auston, Oscar 0., Gainesville., Hastings Large assortment and very reasonable in price.L. Baird Hardware Co. Phone 7

!II;' q t.;It Beck E. C., Gainesville. C. SMITH South Side of SquareHaynes G ainesville
,1 !I': ; 1'1 Berry Ivey C., Center Hill. .
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'I I ':: !I. Springs. John :M.\ Dunellon. :\Malphurs Ojus, High Springs. C. C. PEDRICK & SON
i '\ :f,! Bishop, T. Bernard, :Marianna.\ Hazen Lucian 0., Brooker. (Continued Next Week)
: ; Ii i ; i I I Black, Claude B, Ml:\ ineola. Hazen, :Marvin\ F., Brooker. MOHAWK TIRES AND TIRE ACCESSORIES
i ; Bullock, Wm. J., Arcadia. Holland, George Q LaKe Butler. I CARD PARTY AT 104 \V. University Ave. Phone 43
,ill i 'I'!. Bunch, Wellington, Delray. Hodnett, J. Montverde.:\ THETA CHI HOME
I : il! Callahan, R. E., Dowling Park. Howell, Thaddeus L., New Smyrna. A number of young people met
:It 1'1' '! Campbell, Leslie Largo. Huff, Van E., Gainesville. I at the Theta Chi Home last Friday
:t it ;''t Canova Harry L., Starke. Hughes, George A., Mill Bayou. evening and enjoyed several hoursof
:I '11 II Carter, Edgar W., Oxford. Hunter, G. R., Ft. Meyers. 'I card playing, singing, and playing I
I i : t i i Cason, Shafter W., Otter Creek. Hurlebaus Edward H., Gainesville. of games. The front porch and
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1 11 : II I Cates, William H., Tallahassee. Johnson, C. D., Clearwater. living room were used and these THE COLLEGE INNAt
i ',f 11 Chaires. Thomas, Old Town. Johnson, }Falcon L., St. Petersburg. were found entirely adequate for
\\1 ;;\ it! Clark :Monroe\ E., Palmetto. Johnson Henry Cecil, Holt. the occasion. The party began to..
I'l I i ;' : Clayton, E. A., Aucilla. Kickliter Dowlin C., Tampa. later than was planned on accountof Your Service
I, !I i I !h I Cogburn, Park Harry Cottondale. Kinsey Russell W., Okeechobee. the basket ball game at the
1 f';! ;l Colbert, Florian Jos., St. Leo. Knight Clarence, Alachua. gymnasium lasting until 8:15: but
\ i Collins, Lloyd :Minot\ lola. Lee, G. W., Leesburg. in the remaining time before the in Dozens of Ways.
: E 11 Colson C. C., Tampa. Leivonen, John, Alachua. first bugle sounded, which warned
':': : Combley, Chas. :Manual\ :Melbourne.\ Lewis, Robert E., Seminole. the young people to "speed" to
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\ ; i Crandall John :Milton\ Gainesville. Link Carl T., Orlando. their respective rooms, all enjoyed
I I Ii I 1 Dancy Dorius Freeman Palatka. :McArthur\ J. N., Madison. themselves thoroughly. Refresh-
I L.i; I Davis, :Murrell\ Baisden, Palatka. McCormick, Hugh, Eau Gallie. ments of fruit punch and crackerswere Call on Us for AnythingTrade ---
I ,l j'!:: !It{ Donaldson, Malcolm:\ G., Shady McCully, Claude A., Ocala. served throughout the e7en-
1, ;;; :} Grove. McEwen:\ R. 0., wherry. ing. Chaperones were Miss Stella
: j Draa Cecil C., :lims.t \ McKay, Glenn E.. Key West. Lewis and :Mrs. Herlong.
t;; :L\ Dunn, Wm. T., Gainesville. :MacKinnon\ Francis Marianna.:\ .
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:. r! t ;I Durrancce, Chas. L., Pine Castle. McLane Eldridge E., Greensboro. :Miss\ Allie Bush spent last Saturday where you are accommodated.
I i :McLeod\ Clarence S., Rodman.
: Durrance F. Y. Arcadia. and Sunday with homefolksat
r :f fl': J :j! 1 Durrance Oscar L., Bishopville. McVey, Harvey, Limestone. Mclntosh.

I'"' : f 't I Dykes Geo. Malcolm, Eustis. I -- _c _u__ --- ----- -____
; 'I j Emerson, J. Rutledge Gainesville.
I Farabee T. X., Wauchula.
I i / 'l Feaster, Jacob Lynn, :Micanopy.\
I I! Garnett Roy Hypoluxo.:: CLOSING at Prices Less
i Garrett, Sheridan L., Milligan. OUT
I I ,' Gay, Walter W., Wauchula Than COST Our
t i. ': Geiger John G., Gainesville.
j! Gill Burgo D., Jacksonville.

I I j'' !; !I t i Gray Gracy Gillen, ,,Leon Patrick James A., B.Hinson.Henry. Gainesville.Ocala. Entire Stock of Spring Suits, Dresses and MillineryBEFORE

t' f I Griffin, Orville, Starke.
: I Grimes H. S., Gainesville. WE BEGIN RECEIVING OUR FALL STOCK
Hait, Kenneth B., Lynn Haven.
it I Hall, August J., Gainesville. I
: Hall, Charles Stuart, Jr., :Miami.\ SPECIAL-One rack cf Voile Dresses,regular
Hall N. G.. Orange Heights 25 Discount all
Hamilton, Earl E., 'Palatka. per cent on FEINBERG'S"South $9 and $12.50 value, to be closed out Saturday,

Hardee Robert E.. Savannah, Ga. July 24, for $4.95. Rack No. 2, Voiles of the
Spring Style Shirtwaists
r Hardin Walter S., Bradentown. Side of Square" better kind, worth from $12.50 to $16.50 to go

j Haseltine, H. A., Tampa. at________ ____ ____ ______ ____ ____ $8.95
Hayes, J, W., Gainesville.

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