The Florida alligator
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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: February 25, 1921
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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From Practically ,Xoted Jewish Rabbit of E

Every Civic Body in Gainesville Addressed! Student Body Under the

Games Played Last Week Show Some Pledge Their Support in Matter. This Picture Had Only Been Shown Life Work Program Given by Y. Florida Should Make a Wonderful '
Few Times and Was Unique in
With the Good
and Material Which M.C.A. Showing This Year
Good Tteams That All of the_ Actors Were Real and Abundance
Should Develop Great 'Varsity COMMITTEES APPOINTED TO Coaching Facilities


The student body was given an ej- I 'Gator
t Last Tuesday night saw the opening Every County Club, Literary Society Every afternoon the large
joyable treat Tuesday night in the
Other Speakers to Appear From baseball be seen cavorting
and Student Orgenization I I | squad can
of the Inter-class basketall
games shape of a movie show in the Gym, Other for
Asked to Co-operate in Time to Time Presenting I about the diamond in preparation
in the University Gym Making
"games and all who attended are indebted to :
Which Students Might Babe
Careers season's Prospective
r Affair I the games.
. ith the Sophomores and Seniors a Success. Sec. and :Mrs. George E. White for 1 I Sisler's
Take Up for Life Work. Ruth's, Ty Cobb's and George ,
the Juniors and Freshen
- winning over this occasion.
evidence and
Cll The two scores were identicallye The members of the FortyEightClub are certainly in .
In speaking of the affair Mr. White
of Jackson this
have organized into real live Rabbi Israel Kaplan fro mthe looks of the squad
same and both games brought out a said that it was just a little birthday
the student body last that can be
ville the only prediction
for the of
l some hard scrapping to win. The organization promotion party that he and Mrs. White wereputting' Friday on the life work programwhich made is that the University of Florida -
seniors and Freshmen mixed in the real 'Gator Pep and spirit, and also
for the students. The
on couducted by the Y. have the team in
is being should greatest ,
for the that don
, rst fray and the was a hari good work can be pictures shown two comediesand "
I were His life work in which of the school.
I M. C. A. own I the history
to out the in all thatit
:eMr battle from beginning to help University
ought six-reel feature real
a depicting
is, of the
he has made a great success I Many old men who were on
be end of the first half found botn starts out to accomplish.At Indian life it lived hundred '
as was one I course, the ministry. This calling he team last 'year are back in school
the first of the club
{[teams about evenly matched, but su- meeting I years ago. This feature, A regards as the most important one and are working hard to regain their
rior team work told in the last few held in the Gym some time ago, a I t Daughter of Dawn, as it was calle 1, should consider.
| that a young man places the 1921 'Gator nine.
minutes of play and the Seniors committee was appointed to draw upa I I has only been shown a few times. as stressed the great need for young on
constitution and ritual and outline 1 the F from last year's
victorious with of I the '-. Vmong men
emerged producers down
h a score are just Sou i of ability and adequate training
0 men
' 136.In. some of the work that can be doneto for the winter ard intend 1 iuad are George Hartman, (mana-
season t. :'
also the desirability I
He emphasized I ____ __
boost the of Florida all h,
the second the I University it to Washington in the o. u. Bill JIndisr
Bill Ward.
8fi4m game fight wa t carry near :of strong moral qualities which every g 'r), (captain),

even harder. At the end of the firstf over the State. This committee has future. It is the only picture ever young man should endeavor to \ C. Y. Byrd, Henry Gray, Spence -

.8fi4ft the score stood 6-4, in favor of also started to work on plans for -i made in which every participant was: I develop as much as possible. :' Roach, Bosw l1. COXP, Ei..* .i-
carnival held in connection
to be
the Juniors, but the Sophs came from big a full blooded Indian, and the educational -" Rabbi Kaplan spoke with the brqad
with the Track Meet which is to be lac Liddon and several others who
hind and outclassed the upperclaaa benefits of such a production view aid fairness which has helped! i
held in April. It is planned to have did not quite Make the team list sea
in are only too evident The
ai3i I |men the last half. story itself to make him _so universally popuHr
The remainder of the games on every County Club and every Stud n* was one that is still told by the oughout Florida. His address way: son. Of these, four are pitchers,

Oar the schedule will be played each week Qrganization represented and pull off few remaining chieftains of the fast- an inspiration to the candidates for Hartman. Boswell, Liddon and Coxe.

and the champion class team of the a carnival with some real 'Gator pen ly declining tribes of long ago-one the ministry regardless of what their Wit'i'l the many Freshmen who are
4 and enthusiasm. The proceeds are tj of the love and trials of
University determined.The a beautiful ere d 'may be and he gave them much
out for the slab duty, Floridaehou
be turned: over to the Athletic Asso- croiin
lineup and scores for the two Indian maiden of the tribe of Kiowas. appreciated advice. .
'S games were: ciation. At present the plans are to The Alligator wishes to thank M-. In this connection, it is desired to have an enviable pitching

* ID II I jD jIi jY I First Game. give the organization having a boothor and Mrs. White in behalf of the mention the favorable reception whirl I staff.

ti seniors- -Freshmen- attraction, 25 per cent of the pro- dent body for their kindly st110\ the lfe work program is receiving :a*: The squad is well coached with W.

D Heuek, C Woodard. C. reeds of their own show, thus giving tion and thoughtfulness. \ the hands of the student body. Ver I G. Kline at the head of the staff.
ach club something to work for in I 1 t
Gram, R F Mills, R F few students miss these irspirin": Lance Richbourg, Florida's biZ
I the: way of benefit to their own so- STATE HIGH SCHOOL DECLAMATION concerninga
Nichols, L F McMullen: L F talks even when they are I
iety. Committees are at work now, leaguer, has direct charge and with
triggers, R G Scofield, R G profession foreign to owr. .
and! the co-operation of the entire been in i the assistance of Prof. E. C. Beck
Con, L G Simmons, L G Many young men who have
student body is urged for this affair annual State High School Declamation .
Score, 13-6. doubt of their profession or who have hould have little trouble in developing
which if off will Contest will be -
properly pulled held Fridaevening
< in the
; i Second Game wondered if they are possibly a winning team. Richbourg is
Sophomores one of the biggest mediums of pro- April 8, 1921, at 8 o"cloc':. I line of work. will receive helpful -
Juniors right putting his men through some vigorous -
Green moting school pep'and will also be of This contest will be under the super- encouragement fron t
R F advice and
Scott, R F I
Stanly L F Chatham L F benefit in helping out the athletic association vision of Dr. James Madison Chap- : men who thoroughly know the prac,. work and a man1 will certainl

Thompson, CGray Simmons., C in the years to come.A man, a reader known to almost all the* tical side of the profession considered I have to hustle to win a place this

R G. Carlton, R G meeting of the committees at principals of the State. .' I I its many advantages and disadvantages I year.

White work on the proposed project wiP 'Dr Chapman wishes to announce : Hartman has not
L GScore Tomlinson L G Manager yet completed .
meet again this week and later plans i that the
13-6 contestants will be allowed his schedule, Kit the tentative -
will be announced in the next issue INSTRUCTORS JOIN
a maximum of twelve minutes NOTED
each list calls for ga-nes with some of
LE.McNAIR SPEAKS and that no special costuming is I I STAFF the largest schools in the country. '

IN CHAPELThe COMMUNITY CENTER BUREAU permited. Three judges will be selected |I Arrangements have been made to
student body is indeed indebted ESTABLISHED by Dr. Chapman to decide on j i(I To Assist With Classes and Groups. play Yale ir Macon, Ga.,, on the 29th.

to Dr. L. E. McNair .. the winners of this eon test. ,; of March, :and the 'Gators will show
who spoke
in chapel on February 11, on "Why I General Extension Division Will Medals and points will be awarde-1''i Three noted instructors, Dr. Edwin the famous school a real 'Gator

Chose the Assist, Schools and CommunitiesA the winers of this contest '| E. Sparks, Florence; B. Cotnam and l
Ministry as my Profession as though it j i scrap in this game.
." I Emily Newell Blair, have recently
I were an event in the track
Dr. School and Community Center meet. I joined the staff of the General Extension .I J -
McNair is one of the foremost 1 Bureau has been established by th-s The rules of eligibility for both th Division of the University of t
in the State I I
has had t
University Extension Division of declamation the instructionto
a very wide and ar.d" essay contestsare Florida. They will give --
from which to base his remarks.experience For Florida. This bureau is designe-J the rules of eligibility of the F. I classes and groups working under excellet speaker, and a woman of
primarily to give assistance to those ,
two years he prepared for the medical I H. S. A. A. the directoion of the Division. great education and varied experience.Mrs. .
: who realize that public recreation is .
But he Profession, studying surgery j I[f one of the greatest needs in our communities The subject for the essay is "The i *- Dr. Sparks is president of the : Cotnam's home is in Little Rock, ;

a believed that he could render ]I I and to give assistance to j Value of Athletics to the High School Pennsylvania State College and one Arkansas. t ,

greater service to his fellowman j jI 'I l teachers in developing the school I Boy." Dr. J. M. Fair, head of the department J of the foremost educators in-th Mrs. Blair comes from Joplin, Missouri -
fnTltthe pulpit and began to study I
I the ministry. There Continued en page 8 of English; will pick the States. Only because of his interest She is not only an educator
was no great
i popularity to be gained through this greatest benefit to the young man winers of this contest. All essays, in Extension work has the Division \r and lectn. 'r' but a writer of considerable

WOrk applause no Political rewards, jio wordly who has to choose a profession for must be in Dr. Farr's office by April been_ able to secure his services for I .rgiuii! ion A number of tier' t

great but he believed that this his life work as they are given by 2, 1921. The medals will be awanlevhe 7 a limited time.Florence contribute** -have appeared from !

to his calling fellow was meant for ser\lfc5 men such as Dr. McNair, who have night of April 9. B. Cotnam is well knownto j I time to time in the Green Book, Pietorifil i
man. He has made a had much experience in the outside
1Vonderful Only one essay will be accepte the club women of America and is Review, Woman's Home Companion _
success in this i
great work world. Other speakers will appearin '!
and noted Democratic leader, having' other Mrs. t ti
Sunday a school. The contestant's nam i periodicals.
iedCJT many persons are chapel from time to time under the from

of the away from church on account Life Work program, which has been will be sent in on the regular, entr .;econded the nomination of A. Mii-i Blair was in charge of the Publicity

&eh lack: of room. outlined by Secretary White, of theY blanks to be sent the principals iu I t hell Palmer at the convention in San I Campaigr: of the Woman's National

talks as this one are of th j M. C. A. March 1 Francisco. Mrs. Cotnam ia a most Defense.' during the war. -


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F. .a.1!& ;;' + + I [DROP IN I WILSON Quality--- Service NY

I : YAn-p C.ul.M t. us from Atlanta '
that tie University of Georgia ex- J OTTOF.STOOKS

pasta U win the S. I. A. A. basket- S
f I )fall tournament to be held in At- I -GAINES 'ILIE'S FOREMOST SHOPPING CENTER"

1*ita. They are credited with havfec .
I a gnat Uam. But Georgia did Featuring
'1 I r_ Utt beet Camp Benning as bad as tbt: Alteration Cleaning. Pressing I

i i 'GtM did; and it was the 'Gators' Phone 354 Gaines ille F a. 4 Everything That a Good Department Store Sh.J\l\
I last game ef a le,2', hard trip. Florida } .

: had played vine games in as mary .. t
t nights. So be careful Georgia whw -'i 'jfIJ/1 7.': 7, ,

I run up against Kline's warriors.
you -
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around the Tar S; 'I ;...
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Keel State. Check Byrd brings back !Ii '
; b foe report that when the team arrived :.1 University students, by patronizingthe j
I Ii \Vnite House Dining Room BOOK STORE i
I I at Davidson they were at once dub- may yK THE UNIVERSITY
s i ; Jo Jrb the "Pine Rooters." Why this: enjoy the satisfaction of knowing m

'! t \ particular cognomen we were unable I they have the finest service and most yjt Hall
to learn from Mr. Byrd, but in a t Basement Language 1
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delicious food the market. :
I COT&Mnterview he gave out the statement [5 Table d'Hote meals, $1.00. Parties:; x f! LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS, FRESHMAN CAPS
: : that bt tried to enlighten the
j I Tar Beets on the meaning of that Yi; and Banquets by special arrange- jfiS ; l: MEMORY BOOKS, ETC.
; ; f ment. For table reservations Phone jjj t' Everything For the Student.
J w.ni t. us Florida Crackers, but F
: : Check' says they are an ignorant 5 No. 295. m j t

i. launch up there, so he had to give it Q i! '. ';i .-'.J8t.' --tr tIfJlm.: .

u.. Anyhow, he said They made us kCj CCT_: 4II -" --'________ ___ -..
i : mati, a* we whipped helloutofem! |!ji j The White House Dining oom |

t 1 Gainesville's Social Center. ,
'I ; The Jacksonville T mes Union is &.&: jjjw! Jno \
!, Wc.natn the subject of much abuse, ; !fi1 1\ DORAN'S BICYCLE SHOPEast
i let nly in the civinity of the University
: ifi\! ! YifiYRfifiYifi! ;! Y1fifi! !: !Ii t ? $ g-l.; : '7fi \, Main Street
: i I el Florida, but throughout:: then
i i t State, as a result of their absolute \ ,
i i'': imdiffewnce and non-support of the i
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interested in it than anY other in<'*Htuttta J
; .f higher; learning; and it fa I m 5o5 Franklin Street Tampa, t Klor-i*. 3 j \ Drugs, Medicines\ Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods (
: ; thr.upih the medium of the press .' 1& Huts-Clothing-Furnishings i i We Guarantee Personal Attention to Prescriptions. I

1 that site .interest of the peoples !fi !fi Only Purest Drugs Used. Low Prices. Quality GuaranteedGainesville t i 1

\ kept up. Times-Union probablv f Florida. j.
: has Ae largest, circulation of any palter :ieart-much} ; more than the Gate Cit ---- FAMOUS: SAY XGS I' I
j !! 1 ht the State and yet there is .>f Florida. 2-12-10 --- --------------- -
f I r near a write-up of any of the gamp' The people and alumni in Jacksonville ----- ----4l: ______

-.. 'flay fid by the 'Gators: or of any other : have been howling for the past. Rolling dice gather no coin. I t
school activities. We glance at the I few years for a big football game to A pair in your hand is worth tw.. ,

.,i I spirting pire of the !!!-tt.ion I be played'! there between Florida ar !' in the deck. I GREENLE & CROSBY COMPANY I.
I f mid in flaring headlines spread!JI sonic other biic school. They art'nI' It's an ill wind that blows no skirts i P
I across tiie enth-e page, see where th > because we have not given the*' up. t for Quality"Diamonds
i w.i\t".r Makers\ Bowling team won thn one \Vh'y haven't we? Let me an He who eats first eats most. iO .
I'.' : < I Baseball romp defated the Fast Sid What kind of support do we get off till tomorrow. .
nine; and tucked away ('o-vn in one from the city of Jacksonville? None! ; Pleasure before Study. t 104 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla. I

and hidden find Whdo 90 cent of the boys of '.- .
safely : -- f
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"stery' never more than an inchith I Ij Jacksonville go outside of the Stateto hij ited in his bout with Lynch. and Selection Packages Sent on Request t
j t its which we learn that the Uni- other Universities and colleges that battered the little Britisher all ove O Class Pine Rings Medals Trophies.

t .' v@rslty. of Florida defeated the N. C. do<< not have as high a rating as the the ring until the 17th, rour.d, whet ,I:, S I
State CalleRO in a hard fought: baske U. of F.? Because those other the referee stopped the bout to sav I

'L ball pam. This kind of support will >cboo! are better advertised through Wilde from a K. 0. Wilde, though --------48I. urs..a w w..r__.. .. J
n *rer hrn to build up the University. 'he, press in our own State than we beaten, gained more "glory than the fl--- -
I. TTe" would much rather the editor of are. Whose fault is it that Floridadoe winner, because of his gamenes He CcccceUard 1
,. I the Times-Union would absolutely j igr not get in the papers mores i' overtaxed his powers when he gay,? ci ) liiElCJeu: J jcixice j ccn e I If the

i .re us, than deprive m\: paper and '(The last three times, 1915, 191G an 1 { away so much weight. \ '
readers .f s. much space by putting 1917, that the Florida football team i I A. C. L. LUNCH ROOMOne I
!, ; in such a write-up. We do not ask ha splayed\ Jacksonville they have The first week: in' March will seethe 1

; .that Buoy devote fhe whole paper trs o lost money on the trip. Why? Again i Tin Car. Tourist Jubilee in our I Door North A. C. L. Depot

t when we win or lose( a game, or the same: answer; because we have fair city, and the !snow" birds drifting .. N T f
when srtmefhms else of interest hap not received the proper support from ft
north again, but to take their placti t.
pent .?> the campus, but if they can j jr t tf the papers II wwf-:MwoI !
.1 there will be another influx
: f a .t su.n.rt: Ult better than they bar? The fault lies with, the paper, ar of mi
'j far the putt year, then leave tw alon, '! it i is up to them to remedy it. If gratory: birds in the form of the

j Th. .ne .bigr: tt asset! that the they haven't a correspondent down !j Phillies. They will arrive in Gaines- I :I j AUTO SUPPLIES AND I
(:pgr!!' a Sah..1 of Technology ha'l 1 1in here they could very easily get one ville about the seventh of March to ACCESSORIES

\ : TNifWiny np their' ,worderful afhletic from among the students, who would : let the spring: sap of baseball rise in 1 I
: text+ns were the dash papers at At be more than glad to act in that ca- t GOODYEAR
L their: veins for a few weeks. J and AJAX I
lantn. TTTien Oeoreia Tech did something pacity. i I .
t Hie papers of Atlanta saw to it I t bAVE TUBES I
t.; ; that the people in the State knew Pete Herman, the dethroned 'bantamweight Value of'Small Ad. ''f i -SERVE:-SATISFY

i' ; l"t it. If the tax payer in th;>= I f champ, journeyed across j The editor of The American Press ii j
..t f !f State dpoerded on the Times-Union the Big Drink not so long agp to try j advises publishers to cultivate the t Gainesville Auto Supply Company .
t t. ftnd out what the University of i conclusions with Jimmie Wilde, thJ
f I small accounts t
more intensively. ,
.1 i Florida was doing, they would never) British flyweight champion. Jimmie .
: t know whether it was still running '! had agreed to meet Herman at 118 I advertisers using six inches each

': j t ur not. There is only one way to j juronv i pounds ringside, but 119 1-2 was the weekly I is better, it says, than one -- --......-- '\
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I 1 fO.',.." the} public, and that can be avoirdupois, and as result of his
I is :Much safer from business COlso
: i f.vp. f nlj* through the pre s. Other courage got the worst and first real a standpoint Land Company I Iw

f, f '1 dti"j? ; ; in the State that have far 1 less II IIf whi:)ping in his career After the it contends, than to rely upon I ,

; *. rain by supporting ns than JnclVas. : :sev nth round Herman began to showmu a few large users of space for necessary -! Improved Farms of all sizes
': r'I snyiJIe have our interests! nt ..h more aggressiveness than he ex- revenue. All sorts of City Property y
I I At TIght
,-- prIces and reasonable terms '
p v Buyers
liMMMl M should consult:: them before making

: ; Back The Team t J_ flee opposite A. C. L, Depot choice of property. : Plane a N J A

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dial training. Raise questions at that a nom where the members of the '
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( !r.I time in order that you may know: in- club may spend their spare time practicing -
'.' ? !Ii The opportunities stantly your condition. : the code. Messrs. Schubert t
'; !: ; t' ') ,. '1'4.' i... .. under now enjoy 6. If you,\are actually sick or and Preece have each seen service as
L.; ,;' the.guidance "
S of '
; experts, learn. threatened ,
with what appears to be operators in the navy, and on -merchant
ing the
'y; laws of
and right living :a case of illness call visit Dr. DeI
or I ships. Messrs Todd atd Val-

HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO.. I habits, and have'forming' permanent' health! Pass, who has charge of hospital pa- !r have each had considerable ex-
never been in
your reach tients
and all bed cases. ;r rience in wireless telegraphy anl
before, and in all probability never 7. Go willingly to the hospital n 'e well posted on the subject

1!! will .be again. Let ,us count them when sick. There you obtain quiet ''hrough their efforts quite: an effi-- .

over.A the right kind of fdod, the hourly at- i nt set of instruments have been asnibled. .

Solicits the business of Colleget men, guaranteeing ffi uniform tonfc, unrivaled climate tention of trained assistants. Fear .,' The' station as it is, hai

regular hours of rest and labor, I of'a ward is indication of
high grade hospital an a very good receiving and transmitting .
correct styles, quality and workmanship !ffi ample and regular leisure for 'recreation ignorance and inexperiece. range.

!fiJdOX expert medical examinations at 8. Obtain permission from parents

HATS STETSON short intervals, skilled medical atten- for operation when condition indicates HOW ABOUT IT?

HATS, I tion at your service and" an expert need of operative procedure. .

SHOES advisor on all questions of health, exercises Operations may be resorted to in Have you ever .,
HANAN iR and preventive medicine. A treatment of defects or emergency ir Asked your 'girl to a show '. jz

well-equipped infirmary at hand for selected cases. And told her you .had to '\'Y"

ROGER PEET, KUPPENHEIMER !| hospitailization when you are sick a 9. Since all' these unequalled ad- Get seats in the balcony, because ', J ;

compulsory course in personal hygiene vantages a d.ra mt1es in health and All the rest of the house was sold out? '

and SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES. w group and intergroup hygiere s'ckness, i including reasonable hospi And then when you got there you

i sexology and the laws of nutritionand til treatment each session, are offerEd found .

y; exercise: two years of ordered you without money and without The orchestra was only half filled and
I HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING It You arid she alone in the
CO., \ and systematic training, experts giving price, show your wisdom and were

jjjGiddens regular instruction without cost thrift by utilizing ,them to the: limit. balcony. -
; in Eh? Punch Bowl.. '.
mass-play, wrestling
Building The Clothing Co. ffi boxing, gym

Franklin at Lafayette : ,i ,- ....Phone 2276 !gi work, track, and every fornf of competitive YOU NEVER CAN TELL
; indoor and outdoor Over the Telephone. .,
Tampa, 'Floridari f' sport and .
gffi! the unlimited use of gym. shower Those shapely shoulders, that ---:..... '
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apparatus, courts, athletic fields, etc.: Stately walk those wonderful rave "Hello, is this you doctor?"
at all times.It tresses of silken hair oh, it w5' I .
ififfi "Yes "
should not be -necessary to re- I maddening.. As his eyes riveted or ,'

!!fifi mind the student that he is the sole the'slim, lovable form before him. "My mother-in-law is at dyaths : .

I owner, driver; caretaker and repairman rank in the splendors of that ma-- door Wont you come up ,at once .

. S fKiftffifW !fifi. !fififiY! .! ; !fififififififififi! ! of the wonderful machine constituted velous creature he vowed that he and help me pull her through?" '
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-.. .. .-. .... - - --- as long as he lives obtain a new engine -. r"ad into eternity. A mist passe,\ TRANSFORMATION a .,

for this machine. If he leaves ""ver his eye? as he dreamed of go 1

; t the university ignorart of its. parts *T' through life tide by side with In a sweet and lovely village,' '

tt '* a t'adorablv sweet thing' There lived a comely youth,
t 'nd working, if he is careless in its J
J I Dandling he will find the entire' daw. Forgetting himself in these ex A paragon of virtue, SAn ;

t "+itiatin(>l lv delirious!: reflections, he arbiter of truth. '
aged unfit for the stralx
C I end j|I I
Iknd t&Cb rdb-'t3 ( and steady work head on' the lore -".<; suddenly aware of a transient ,

192f 'i road'of life. He alone will be to : wpptness of the air as the retrusiv"or Hr, was of kingly habits, -

" r- I II blame and must pay the penalty of I I of:her hair was wafted in delicate fl ml of kingly mien, too; .

x The Smile Foows the Spoon pain, crippled powers and'; the regrets wave to his tio"trils.hroneht A j"iuthful Knight-Errant, S
4 Jf 1\ himself short butT W:th an air of dare and do.
._ I of shortened years. .
.. t .yt' Every student desiring the best; "6 in time to prevent a slight collision -
i and Then lived across the meadow, .
4 Horror stricken; colorin
things in life all of which depend up-
( on health and who is fortunate Painfully he barely managed to mum- ,A maiden pure and fair; .
: Ma, n word of apology. He was TPwprrfed Who "ft would sit beside him,
to intellect and determination
t enough. possess ...
Building castles in the air. ; f.
by a glimpse of her face as
I follow
.. should memorize and
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she 'shvlv turned' round to accept. r---
health .
''S! yyfi; ;! !fi !fi !fifififififi9! 1. Take suggestions.the deepest.' interest, in 'Stran'*elv. he strode on his hl> lmuttrvd The years rolled slowly by, "

a for" 'fnl "damn' under They both saw much of life; .'
fl examination
medical and physical
your T-' '
Ms r-ath. and turned up at the next From ng and Queen they change4'To .
and individual conference. .
i Learn
THE NEW YORK : RACKET wJMM street. 'sin ole man and wife. ..
and study physical defects an.f\
. A Took of named surprise flitte.t'l lacross By a modest (1) U. of F. man., '
Agent For jfj Follow resolutely "r l :
*, !R 'weaknesses. : an I her ebony features. :
i remedial measures prescribed. '
Florsheim Shoes. Wr**,er* from actual experience a* FAMOUS SAYINGS .
!jjj 2. Be equally interested in th I
the *I the "T. and J." 2-12-10
S 5 1C1ffiB8 course of Hygiene and laws o .
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ffififfiSSHaUfUf! $$ !fifi !fi$ $$ correct living. Practice what von I TfrR RADIO CLUR. "Wei, I'll be hanged," said the r

learnt criminal as he walked to the gal=:
3. :Do not shirk the two-year co- lows.
$ !fi $$ 'WPilnPS1av' night February 16, nrroun .
bo,1buildiri "
'" pulsory course in all-around of 1nrvp"sitv men chiefly en "W'JI, HI be dashed," said the \
and military drill. Becom"r wave coming into shore. *-
*TWeers. nseemMcd in the radio roomf
I enthusiastic!: expert in at least on P : "Well 111
!H .an the En"inperincr Buildintr and or.gaTU7fd be darned' said the sock.
branch of sport, preferably compeH when grandma grabbed it. '
) the Radio Club. Those tha:
tive. All sports give credit toward "Well I'll .
Warp nrespnt are charter members :be switched/ said the

!|j : FELLOWS; : ",. completion' of, compulsory physical-.l in"l"dinp.+ Pr. Berton who was votM boy when his mama caught him in the -
S ffiIf work; pantry.
: ': an honorary member. The cbartprn .
-. 4. ;Be wise' enough and strong "Well, I'll be d "
iH n pmbprs areDr. Renton Gary En -, said the rat
-; want I to resolutely abandon tho who flunked '
: ,you a enough ns Watson rcAl xRT'dpr. RirharlPiQ" semester exams. .
habit and indulgence which upon i
? ; e. S Pomerov 1;. M. BraddocV
fountain calm .and sane reflection you kno<:v J. F Ethpred-rn \, "KID ROBERTS' r '
Pen and Pencil I W. Hraham. L. A.Ga.ttnd
fiverskarp m to be niurious. .
: ? L Garrett Fred Kilgorp. ;'" ,
5. Form the habit pf consular" He longs to be '.
W 'I. Srh. hert. r. an angel ,
Walker L. FTna'
.; .: We Have Both At !R '
the .University physician freely an T.f. And with the angels stand _
-J and ; Thomas I
: : !Ii frankly about your health. hab1.s 1fears The following officers were ''elected And toot his little bugle -" .....

and problems, especially an7 In the ... .
f angel.band. .
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weaknesses dhquietir'g' !'vs!
' pains, or i
; MILLER'SifiSs Fi.ard Preece-Vice President.
. services of Dr. Dept c< The ':
nfcrht before
r>;". ,,' ,'" .' terns. I r T.. Walker-Secy-Tress. ,,', II
!:fi i and the entire personnel of the Department A polished floor *} "R3. ;
J. T. Ether-edge--Reporter. f. 1'-
I at disposal. (-ito Oh boy It
are your ; sure was swell! ,
.. ... Yi It was decided that the club would 5 A *
: !:Ii your conferences and enquire into ... flunked exam, .

Lh all minor ailments, accidents, incur meet every Wednesday night. I A muttered 'damn," ,

SUfiHWS f tea, questions of diet exercise, rem.. Arrangements have been made fo Oh boy! Ill say it's hell!

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Progress and the Blight ji!Ii..:fi! !: |
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l'i' : .r'" Official Publication of Student Body of University of Florida ""Beneath the spreading chestnut tree, 'ii You can't beat these values:

I r Office and Frees: Basement, Language Hall.. ,The village smithy stands?' I' ,
The smith a mighty man is he, I :
t STAFF With hard and hands." Han Scafrner
sirewy \UlaOld-they' I
HERBERT FORD ....._.._____..__.........-___._.. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF f I i11 We're cleaning up our odd suite urchUt-models, atoutr 1 slims:
i"i'" TRUMAN GREEN .___+____-_.___-. MANAGING EDITOR ''I Mark finest suits stub for this!amnP': eonaer..tlv(.
:, I HORACE LOOMIS .._.\-____.____.__.. ASST. MANAGING ,EDITOR The village smith is out of date, :: TheM clothe and ("OSt more to.ailor.pricedmone styles.Fed

; :1. M. FRIEDLANDER .-----.----..-...:.. BUSINESS MANAGER And this sad truth he sHe < es.- 1

I : M. STEIN ........___...._._..__._.__._ ASS'T. BUSINESS MANAGER cannot shoe the motor cars- Ii,
, : R. B. HOSKINS HAROLD KLOCK.MURRA Y COHEN Gone are the chestnut trees. 32.50 to $48.50 I II

t !k' MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT Famous sayings: of famous fans FORMALLY

, ; B. 0. SMITH ....... .._..,. .... ._..._....._._-............-.__ PRESSMA: hard at furious fights: i
; i! [' Entered at Gainesville, Fla., postoffice as Second Class mail matter. Doc Murph-"Atta boy, crown 'im : $80.00

!: !; Subscription: $1.50 the year. .-.1v. in the kisser!" I $57.50 to.

{1 '_A_. ......... .. _. ... -.. ........... ....... ...... ..-......-. -- Bacholtz-"Cut his hair. Shorty, '
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cut his hair! _

i I COMMON SENSE. Jimmie-"Bite his ear, kid!"
I I Trussler-*-Throw 'im over te.bar'

i ;. "Learn a few things at a time,.but learn them well." ar.d lemme crowr, im wid a "tort.!" I Brothers
!' > Who was the author of this wise old saying? That doesn't Wolf

b. matter in the least, and, to tell the truth, we couldn't name him THE BAND SAW [
i Nevertheless, it answers a purpose at the present time and helpsin s s .
! driving home a point we are about to make. 'II. .
(By J. U.)
: ."I If the college student of today would just tear to. pieces ,this (Band Poet.) I TAMPA FLA
: little'bundle of knowledge, he would find it contains a huge dost ,
lUgero was a great man Ennis day
! of common sense and practical information. "Learn a few things ; 44
His voice was as clear as a Bel1'A :
;: at a' time *" Just imagine a college student learning a few girl who could Cook iI

:I, 1 f things at a time! That's utterly impossible, you say? Not at As! a sweetheart he Tooke iI
j all. There isn't a course on the campus that i isn't crowded with ;
;,I I details that are not of practical value. Yet we rake page after Her Ames suited him very well.He'd i! i ftBifl YiIifi! : Yi

I { page of notes and then try in the shortest possible time to familiarize Walker around arid Tiller her .
\ our brain wih this jumbled mess of needless material. loved her,
The average instructor doesn't expect his class to remember
. And one day he Gott her a ring. t ,
or attempt to remember everything that is said in a lecture or .
t','! appears in the text book. Much ot: the} material found in the "Till And then Holley we'will time tarry," 6s
t books is merely inserted to color the subject matter and lead marry,
i' unto To him said this dainty young; You Can Lead a Cork to Water butDon't
the main this
I topic. In day of conservation one often wonder '
why so much perfectly) good ,white paper is wasted in this man thing. ', You Cannot Make. it Sink

. 1 ner. But there seems to be no other way out of it but for the ,
He feared Lester love should forsak"
: I t student to do his own separating of the necessary from the un him. i f lot this suit value we-are going to tell
j : Here is where the '
t necessary. average student stubs his toe. W
, : dive into a book, read page after cage of generalities, and emerge And gave her a set of Mink furs; ;t you. about float on your imagination on but let it
;; : with our brain cramfull: of detail. Nine times out of ten w+<. thirds took a new Angle; '
i have missed the real] point the author is trying to make.V' Any they started to Wrangle: sink in your_mind! until you find out that seeingis I''
: : have tried to learn everything in the assignment at one reading He wanted his way; and she heiIff -' believing. Absent treatment wont get you one

i F We skim through an army of pages in the hope that a few points
; will be retained. went with a French girl to spit_ of these all wool Kisc ba 1m flannel] suits i n'

r' The responsibility for all this is a 50-50 proposition. The her. .
au either single or double I rested style at $25
But left .
to her
thor is soon see TOO more. .
partly to blame for filling his book with meaningless wprda
.'I and phrases which in the end merely nfu e the reader. The Then a dagger she drew. iSeJ i '

', : I.. reader is partly to blame, because he hasn't the faculty of\\'eigh- And punctured him through, .
ing the matter at hand in \nd reddened her hands in hip
a practical manner and that ability necessary
: to distinguish the valuable fror the worthless. The lat Gore. Ba.nttt The Clothier

: ter is perhaps more to blame than."the former,- but they both! : .
Mould share some criticism. Hi-j friends were all grouped 'roun.s :

** But learn +'lem well." Here is the real point in tho i his death-bed. I 8
whole proverb. 'Vh ., And Bart-lett a salty tear fall.
'I good does it do to separate all this wealth
. of material unless we knuckle down to business ,and absorb a* "Let M'Killop the skirt tfitftgafB tfajafi H yy;
\ as possible of the What done my pal dirt!"
many real fundamental points. One thing j is I.
1 certain: It is caner to learn a few things than a jumbled mass Was the unspoken thought of them
of facts. If we are sure these facts we have chosen are the real aU.However.
f ... issues and underlying principles of the subject TARR FURNITURE
t.t matter, ther CO. Inc.
ought to be little trouble involved in the retention process. An no oner had Me Lain him ,

1 attempt to cover too much territory will prove faal. A few im- down Tampa
po rant things that have to do with the principles of the issu' Then he *at up and felt of his"liver; I

I I }learned well, in a sysematic manner, are the facts that can be "What's the matter in here? Sales Agents For
.I :I listed in the assets column. It pays to do this in the end. Don't 'Ive been drinking near beer, I ;
I ; you agree?-Ohio State Lantern. And was dreaming of Swjans-cn | Berkcy and Gay Furniture, Globe Wernicke Sectional I Book. [j .
the river! t
i Cases, Aeolian, Vocation, Pathe ]
i Phonopragph Kitchen
Napanee \
; The 'Gator basketball team built itself and the University' a a
I : \ splendid reputation during its recent trip. Then Hogarth spoke up from hijcorner Cabinets, Belding Hall Refrigerators, Aerolux Porch j !
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j. Turn out for the Inter-ollege Track Meet Satur Let's "Why Tony we thought you were 1 Shades, Premo-Eclipse Gas Ranges Domestic Science Fireless I 0
a} se: ) Cookstoves
} what really fine track material Florida possesses this year. dead! I> / I j Robinson Rodgers "Restwtil' ,Bedding. | .

'.J. .. .. That The ypu've pa-Perkhns-ay passed away*** | Office Furniture, Floor Coverings, Draperies, China and j

: ................................ 'Wbi1 we know you're livingBut j Glassware, Window Shades, Awnings.

1 1I i Tony had run i

1 I::1 AMERIEAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY To the phone, and was bursting with ftftfitfafitfftafi: RR UIi.

i' ;'j t AND SHINE PARLOR : "laughter Lo. sweetie, its Tony, ] 5 yaRi fa YiYiliYYYiYiY1YY! ; ; ;! Y;! -fi'P
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1 j i :: Coming right over, honey _"_ I
1 Geo. Tampas and Louis
Eliades .
They were wed. and lived
.i i 115 West Main Street' North-Phone 139. .
f; I"i if il i J. V. Blume. Agent; Room 1 Buckrean ever after.
# I : uain.erllle Florida Ed.-This jingle contains nam y Pennants, Pillowt ops, Skull Caps _

I i ij of practically all of the members of, To Order L

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: Only Pennant
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t i "Uncle Jim, a kiss can't be anything ',.,:., _
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DO BUSINESS WITH but a kiss can it?" Florida

f 1\\ I THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK "No, my boy, of course not." Picket Bid f

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"The New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2,000,000 the other night, I heard him say that Gainesville, Florida
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THE[ METHODIST BARRAGA GLASS -- +. 4 The club held its regular meeting

At the regular meeting of John : SOCIETY ; o.j; Tuesday evening Peabody Hall.

Invites lOU to attend its sessions every Sunday Marshall Debating society held last Cosiness matters pertaining to utiliz
the in the Seminole allotted
Saturday the mg space
morning at 930. following officers were + + + + + + +
I installed: Mr. Peacock, as vice-pres :.I the club, was disposed of. The

We study PRACTICAL PROBLEMS I ident; Carlton, as secretary; Adams, SIGMA NU'S GIVE BEAUTIFUL "! lb will receive the same amount of

Social Moral I as critic, and Catts Afterthe 'I s'-ace in. the Seminole as the various
''ertainine to your and Economic life. I as reporter. DANCE
the After the
oath was administered to 'lieges on campus.
Visit us once; will these officers -
you comeagain.Cars business
I the society u,mal Dr. Chapman entertained -
immediately adopt.
One of the largest and most en-
will be out from town to take you in ed the amendment to the constitution joyable events of the season was the : the members with several read-

Lets all go! t which had been read in the preceding beautiful dance giver. Saturday evening ins which were greatly enjoyed. ,_
Hereafter the club will meet in
meeting, allowing applicants for at the Elks'. Club by the Sigma
membership to be voted and l'abody Hall at 7:0 Oo'clock instead
on, if ac. Nu Fraternity of the University of
cepted to be sworn in as members at Gainesville'syoung of 7:30.
Florida, with of
j many
the same meetig, thus giving all At the next meeting a prominent

i ......+.........444 an equal chance with the newcomers old II tors from ladies all and parts gentlemen of the State, and, pres-visi- speaker will probably be present toaddress

members for John Marshall attend. the members.
I ent. The affair was pronounced a success
! ance credits. After the adoption of from standpoint.The I At a nearly date a picture of the
every Vocational Club with its :
this amendment the candidates who together
ball room was elaborately decorated ] history, will be published in the "Vo
had thus
.eligible were sworn colors black
in the fraternity ,
1t"keath "
i cational Summary, the official publication -
in as members. They were: Messrs, ,.
: white arid' old gold.' Above the rostrum -"
of the Federal Vocational -
Berry, Boyd Hitchcock, Philpo,
';,, where Leo Kitchins orchestra
i Storm and Vandegriff. All of whom from Jacksonville rendered inspiring Education at Washington
have with all the E. C. B. Reporter.
complied regula. ,
I music, the charming colors were
Ii i A Good Place Eat tions and traditions for membership in lattice
, to I arranged effect. Suspendedfro "NUTTIN BUT YOU." .
.. and flow full members with the
i : each end of the long hall were
iI' exception of Messrs. Berry, Hitcn.1two 1 large hoops in the center of onehung '' *
Can't read nuthin' .
I cock and Vandegriff. who were. Unavoidably the word "Sigma" and in the :

IJI.n.ni absent from the 'LawaFete' other, uNu,' and from these innu Can't write nuthin'nuthin'j 4Sh.
I held in honor of new memberson numerable streamers of the chosen sing
it. e Saturday. It is possibe and very I colors were festooned most artistic Thats true.Can't i .

likely that these gentlemen will be ally to the central dome. The lights
r Alac hua Restaurant and hunch Roum guests of ,honor at a similar eventto black white and hear nuthin'Can't -
were also hooded in ,
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN be held in the very near future and) old gold. The effect produced was Can't see think nuthm'f nuthin' .,-' .
will then be assembled full .
I they the frock
lovely and pretty evening But r ,,
Half Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot membership.A o' the young society contingent ands you. .

1(07 very interesting program the} handsome gowns of the patron- Don't drink nuthin' -4- 5, .
GaInMTilIe.FloridD1 e
then rendered, it being in the natureof
Three Minute e'ses further enhanced the scene. Don't eat nuthin' *ff iI .

"Spontaneous The dance was thoroughly informal Don't find nuthin' .
Speeches" from different members on I '\
I end delightful. There ..
were nn programs To do. I

subjects assigned as they arose to I ; Delicious fruit punch was ..

speak, and it was quite amusing to served throughout the evening. Po "'t know 'nuthin*. t '.
note that it took Mr. L. W. Jennings
noise makers the
I ITovelty Do,'t dream nuthin
three minutes to persuade Mr. .
A 'rds, Sigma Nu, were distributed as t Tori't love nuthin'
that he should his
Rosenhouse move
the dancing progressed as favors, and But -
QIC! IS THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER residence, and all other connectionsfrom serpentine and confetti added their you. o' .

imULL FOR THE UNIVERSITY FLORIDA Milton to any Okeechobee.other place in It p-rt to the festive occasion.As I Fnei ls ain't nuthin'Cash ;

Florida, preferably the clock pealed out the midnight ain't nuthin' j
was also interesting to hear Mr. .
hour and the last strains of Life cm't nuthin' ;;
Scruggs tell what he though about
"Home. Sweet Home were sounded Tl.ats true.
defense of the question
the republican ; .
all lights were dimmed and the Sigma
in House of Representatives -
"Reapportionment Nu hoops released over the head of Time ni i't nuthin'
number of citizens
as per the merry crowd a perfect shower of World ain't nuthin'
I allowed rights of franchise." Mr. black. white and gold streamers. A* Theren't nuthin'Bu '
While in JacksonvilleGO I King immediately took the floor an'l i
they entangled themselves from the'
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for three minutes astounded his hear- charming masses of the pretty Sigma you. :. ). > ;

in Defense of the Democratic +
Nu colors good-nights IRENOVATED
were exchanged PROVERBS
a ,, view of this subject. and the royal hosts! thanked j I I 2-12.170

I With the assurance from the pro- for their genial hospitality. : '-
gram committee that at the next Citrus.

i regular meeting an equally interest PASCO. I
I In 1894 and 1895 these fine groves
ing program would be presented the In 1887. one hour before the last were killed by the freeze. Because

4roljen 1Jnit society adjourned to meet ro its next call of counties: for bills, Hon. J. F. of the development of another most
erNE regular session The attendance aT-
Tatham bill to
presented a proposing important industry the citrus grove
I this meeting was very good.
divide Hernand o county in three have never been re-pl8l\ted.-W. L.

HUNDRED DEPARTMENTS I parts. The blank bill was immediateIv 1 Tooke
HERNANDO.Centuries I
1 referred to the committee on coun-
when the spirit of
ago, ties. All nit ht the interested parties LEON.In .
1ae.a tOur through the vein l '
adventure coursed filled ir the bill itself. Due to tha 1519 Florida was finally ceded

of every true man of Spanish gentry, work of enat.orfann.. Repre
Own Lens 'Grinding- there permeated throughout the length Latham and Saxon, and ,Ir. July 10th, 1821, the Spanish flag wa ;
the ot
breadth of old Spain story
and Spacer the bill passed, and the o -ig. hauled down and the United States

No ;i DelayS Columbus and his newly-discoverod in.nnntv of Herrando became three flag was hoisted at all military sta-
world. With this tale was
counties tions. In 1822 Florida was organized -
the myth of the fountain of perpe- The Southern of the division
county as a territory of the United States.In .
.Goesn & Son. ual youth. Hernando DeSoto, an adventurous wa named after a close friendof 1821 there were but two counties,
l whom th>
Spaniard upon :"Mr. Latham's United States Senator Escambia and St. Johns.

years were weighing heavily, hear i Samuel Pasco. Senator Pasco Andrew Jackson was the first territorial #

and Opticians Gainesville, Florida. and credited the story of the magical i I was a re ideHt Monticello and aTon j governor of Florida. From
and in 1513 he set outin !
fountain; Vderate veteran of the Civil his time Florida began to enact lawi

search of the object of his dream War Henre Pasco is the name of, and develop through her own mi-' .

M ... The story of his adventures that followed an American legislator, and rot the: "hinery. In 1824 during a session

t is familiar to all readers of name of a Seminole chief, as ro many of the legislature, on the 29th day

tt history, Floridians especially.But cuppose.V. M. Bradshaw. of December a law was passed,establishing '
t associated with the career the seventh county 'in i the ,
this daring Spaniard is a story of pn- l CITRUS.Tn State. I

THE BON TON" r culiar interest to inhabitants of Florida 1887 Hernando county was! divided Up to this date no county had been
50 miles from
Approximately Into three counties: Hernando, named in honor of the discoverer of

this fountain of supposedly wondrous Pasco and Citrus. At that time A Florida; so it was decided to have this '

Refreslrnent Parlor powers lies a battlelfield upon which S. Mann was Senator from Hernando, new county bear the name of the .
I DeSoto waged a memorable fight He fostered the bill hV I
r-onntv. ; so Spanish discoverer of the State. '

Complete Line: of Fraternity Stationery with the Seminole Indians. Here ?it hAd some' influence' as to the naming' Therefore. the county was named) 1

was that he succeeded in defeating of the new counties. He was particularly Leon, in honor of Juan Ponce d t

Candies andTobaccoes of allKinds an almost innumerable host of saw, interested in the northern dIvision Leon.

ages. Today the very ground upon i .

whicH( the maneuvers of these opposing 1
At the time the principal wealth i nf
Courtesy Service and Sanitary We all sympathize with Truman :
forces were executed bears the the courts was in citrus fruits. Mr. "

Chistiart name of the victorious commander -.' rann owned several excellent groves. Green. He had a full tress suit om ?

and is within that province I' Owing to this flourishing industry last week, dropped a two-bit piece .
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known to us as Hernando county and to Mr. Mann's special Interest in and that darned old stiff shirt would

J. J. :Bell, Jr. this idustry, the county was name i not let him pick it up.THE .
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j be of value after you leave? Did ness for your profession; and pre- 1 a Lot of Comfort in a Good Pipe
j ; I am net a preacher, nor do ,I intend year parents send you here just to paration is Of paramount: importanceand
': to fce in future life. But I attaining all Popu ar Styles: ] at
one get rid of you? Did you, who are a primary requisite in We Have
,! irwider if any of you fellows have your wn bosses come here to pass that fitness. Then how can you say .50, .75, and 1.00
I taken to heart the lesson that has the time away? I am sure the last that the chance you now have for obtaining r

t, Item given us in chapel by the in, two questions will not be answered that quality is not the biggest L. C. Smith

Ii, tafcsely instructive speeches of men affirmatively by any man who reads. opportunity of a lifetime? Let's 1;.

.L + who have been taught in that school] this article. buckle down to real hard work and ..-- ....;-..-. "'., r .:..
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"Opportunity every manufacture excuses for getting
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should deeply appreciate the efforts visit yet? Perhaps you do not con -
d .f the faculty and Y. M. C. A. in sider it an opportunity to have a,f of study; so that in after yearswe ,

bringing these men wth their inspiring chance to fit yourself in a profession I will not be compelled to acknowLedge

I' I messages. whereby you will be able to take your : that opportunity knocked at our GAINESVILLp; FURNITURE CO.

How many of you have really given I rightful place in the foremost ranksof d:H>r and passed on, because entrance
a saber thought fro the future? Are successful You .
men. say:
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forbidden. Think it over care- .
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{i y.u living only in the present? Die; why, opportunity comes to a man in :
I filly fellows, and see if I am not
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If! merely to have a good time "Or did 1 comes. Get away from the illus-; i n I! I Phone 86.
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taken: from the New Orleans Picay- The
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I The New I Louisiana State Pull University Annual Stunt.UpperClassmen ShortestAnd

Spring' Baton Rouge, La., Feb. 18.-Freshmen
at Louisiana State University
r !fi: this morning looked like they had

: Manhattans been> dragged through a sawmill. AH! surest road .
I were minus the vegetation that adorned -
their domes. To independence /
!: The freshies retired Thursday

At the threshold of the,dawning new Season we night, as usual, with their heads full Is via Real Estate.
present the
of luxuriant hair.
were rudely
Manhattan Shirts in all theit:.splendor- exclusiveness and ind;yiduality. Li! awakened during the Night by will l' 'MS. substantial .

I yetis from the upper classmen, who !'hway .
The usual initative of the makers is again evident in the smart effects bore shears and sought the scalps of : ."' j
freshmen. Every freshman i .able
-was run
which stamp Ian h 'h.Irts as a superior. product y! don and his wool clipped.

., y; Since none of the upper classmen .o withstandThe '.
Nwe Weaves ifitf ..
-New Patern
Ideas-Immaculate Tailoring- graduated as barbers the haircuts -' ,-
I Perfection- ifif+ were many and varied. The heavy loads .
Throughout. .
I tf haircutting stunt is an annual cu- Of Adversity. -
ton at Louisiana State -
! They're iftf % .
Reader tftf Your money
bf A number of former U. of F. students f
; returned to the campus last Is safe
week-end to attend the Fraternity
ifa dances. Among those present were: In Real Estate .

J Brannon Casler. of Clearwater; Floyd

1 Morgan, LaFayette Bennett, Bobby
1H!:I: i Howard and Henry Renfroe of Jack-

/ f F.f t. I sonville.Richard Knight, Franz I Paul and J\ w.L H. !5Hfl":. .'

Our Branch at th COLLEGE, INN is at your service. g Osnionde Bie were honored by visits

from their mothers last w k-eDd.

x SELLS the EA :rt rtbo : '

!Ii!frayraiHsswxiriaiwyiyi! ! Aptfl. Pretty fa t an4RENTS
. work, Check.

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a great education some of the
TORAH Baird Hardware Freshmen te- Wicker to the U. of F. campus.
Co. come up here with. Last I
ORTON'S Mr. Wicker comes from the University
'week Wall Smith went in a lady'boudoir .
of Illinois, and is registered in
F OVELTIES.RT SPORTING GOODS looking for a match. th Ag. ollege. ?

and GIFT SHOP Mr. ,
George Hitchcock was honored
KODAKSCUTLERY 513 Cleveland Slice'Ground
Flames We are sorry to see of:
aker of Picture with .so many
I a visit by his wife last week. .
the boys leaving school. Of the late 'i
wish for Mr.\ Hitchcock's
I I i sake departures we rote: H. K. Jerri Floor F .. tIt
she would stay here with him.
PARY BARBERSHOP maison, Vandegriff and Jack Goldsby .
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rhone 7 Gainesville, Fla take up a position with H. Guy Nic- intends :iving up Law tineerintf .
grille Floridan kerson. a real estate of Tampa
The LyricThe man ; We suppose ]+.-
the Graham Hotel ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIRDEPARTMENT :talize in "Boring."
r Will some Ag. student give Chick
Chillingsworth art exterminator for Two Freshmen last we
boll weevil? Reo around town. N. Tof
1ELEELECITRIC Home them pass up ninr
SHOE SHINE PARLOR It is averred that Gilbert Curtis They know that win
aubtirr haired, bashful lieuten-
song don't mix with a
SUPPLY CHESNUT'S tnt and lady dodger for the last three -ollege, Se they are giing. -
yoars. will soon have all the ladiesat .
OF his feet Already it has became!
i \ dally habit with him to anchor himself Wyche Getzen bought a bit -. .
COPNYFLASHLIGHTS dG es on a court house bench and wait Peerless Sedan last Saturday. o' ,
for some! fair damsel to drive up and made in front .f tiThe t-
Satisfaction Guaranteed I Good Pictures urhase was ...
take him to ride. K. A. House.
South Side Square

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"- *n you need anything elec- : -. "; greatest step toward establishing .
drop in and 4, pre-war prices that has been taken in -
| see us. '- ._ Florida of
It Main Street Telephone 12dNovelty ''>: was Furchgott's announcement

I ,, Michael-Stern Suits --: : '

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Suitingsare '1'- College at 36.50 Superb

the latest Creationsr Men Tailoring

the well dressed man I ," Now We Announce 25 r sr oen? )n

r Spring and Summerear. I II j;

I, J. B. STETSON FiTS .: 5

jjice from $25to $60 J. B. Stetson 50 J. B. Stetson 1 0-0
10,00 Hats $12.00 Hats ...... ". }
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It' EDUCATORS ENDORSE GENERAL I people of the State to prepare to fill. received in the last few weeks, come, COMMUNITYCENTER BUREA U JACKSONVI

EXTENSION WORK the teacher vacancies in our schools, from all parts of the State.
and to encourage the teachers to bet- in iso-
student an
others, One)
Among a 1 Page
i Florida educators have put their ter qualify themselves for the work. write;; (Continued From GOODS
i stamp of approval upon the work of As a result, nearly 700 teachers and lated part of a southern county community center, a
the General Extension Division of the prospective teachers have received that his lessons to us were the first house as the people will! get together, COMPANY
University of Florida and at a recent normal instruction through this de writing ever clone with a pen. \ place where and good will

f I' i : State conference of the courtv partment.An well known business man in Hills i, where cooperation born and much profit( to the "The Sportamaa'i Star.-,
superintendents and other school officials effort has also been made t., will be L. & A. Outboard
bore because of business antifamily result M
,, j and principals held at Live encourage graduates of junior and in- county, State the Divisionlend ,
,; I } i Oak, they passed a resolution,, termediate high schools to finish theirpreparatory tiefinds the extension f f Through this bureau : II ) WNt Jacksonssie Bay treel p ,. E
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i ?' instruction is the only ono among -0
take uethod of
dorsing the work of the Division and work and the necessary --hu.

1 : I f requesting the legislature to furnish :! collegiate work by corres- open to him without embarrassment. I Plays For and adult Recitations amateurs. S. IfH 0 E.
adequate I
I The Florida support.Educational Ass ch.-I j I pondence study so that they can enter Another letter was received from a.oung For high schools.
} professional and technical schools : widow in Lake county with five children.For .
For B.
i tion, made up of the teachers of the M. TENCHO
: S State, had also previously endorse i' and prepare for greater service to hildren who is preparing herself. I special Handbooks occasions.pebator's ; for high

t the work of the Division for "carry- j the State. That the division i is .hrough correspondence-study, teach :,

ing to the people of the State, througn i bridging the gap which halts the : in order that she may make cI school children. grade children. Gainesville,
'' i r' correspondence home study, professional education of so many young people7 'I living for her children. Educational Story Books Magazines; for teachersList
j f .,, I industrial commercial and.
; : general educational opportunities, shown by the fact that nearly 01 e ,; of Books, for children of all E FloridaS F

.t': I not otherwise open to them; and for hundred more students than went to grades. I

,I : its splendid effort to develop a cooperative college in a single year are now finishing J Boost The Track The open forum where questionsof H
f : ,! 1 community spirit with its their preparatory arid taking j community interest may be dis r Q E
f ;!. I 1 attendant beneficial effects the in
} I on (College work by correspondence. used is encouraged. Assistance --
t +i State as a whole." These endorsements See Vidal Drug Cosf"or
r 1 I' show Ex-service men, who for any rea- Carry Your Old Hat to organizing forums will be given and
that the
I Division ha3 i i NEW YORK HAT CLEANERSto and information Drugs, Station, f,
I adapted itself to the special needs')f son cannot attend school, are also material\ for .
I 1 :. Of::. r the people and is filling an important given courses by mail, and there is have thtm on all subjects that may b-i Articles, Ca diet ;
:f place in our educational 1 system. I a considerable enrollment fromtwenty Cleaned, Blocked and Made New I 'If interest or benefit to individualsr Souvenir Cards, Yatst aii
Candy and
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work B. C. Ri-
counties of the State. The : Cigar Store in Connection I I communities will be furnished.
ley, Director, says: "The General Ex EVERYTHING
division is doing a type of work that : Imported Greek Candy, 75c. Ib.M. For information address: B. C.

is tension Division, among other things ) can be done in no other way, and letters BL1ZIOTES, Prop. I I RILEY, Director General Extension
: making an effort to get the W>st Main Street
young Next A. C. L
I I -_ of appreciation, that have been Division, Gainesville, Florida. JOS. J. SEYKOm


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