The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
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Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 4, 1921
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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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>.
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But Impressive Program is Carried Out, and Thousands
i Cheer President on His Way to the Capitol and at Inauguration -I, CARNIVAL FUNDS ta, t, -- c s :Ff

Ceremony-President Wilson Accompanies Harding to
Capitol in Automobile-Quickly Takes Up His Duties. FOR MEMORIALPlan

(By International News Service)

Washington, March 4.-Warren G. Harding, the seventh Ohioson to Devote Part of Proceeds Tto-
[ to be sent to the White House, was inaugurated today with Ward Fund to Erect a Memorial
to Florida
the weather clear, temperature near freezing and a stiff breeze Fell. in World War.for Boys Who
whipping the flags and decorations on Pennsylvania avenue and iwgV
the government buildings. Though crowded
Washington noted ,AT, ORGANIZATIONS WILL
the absence of the choking throngs and absence of marching mili- HELP ARE AFFAIR SUCCESS
[tary, pomp, panoply and crashing bands.

The President-elect, Mrs. Handing and the members of the in- P'4'Ip Sunnort at Meeting Held
' augural committee left the New Willard Hotel at 10:20 o'clock Last Week-Campus
[going to the White House, where they arrived ::t 10:26. Hardingwas TTre-M to Begin Ornnlzatfons1
photographed and then entered the White House. President "iaration for Carnival.
[Wilson, his wife and 'President-elect Harding and his wife left the

[White House at 10:56 for the Capitol, Wilson:; walking with a plans for the" carnival to be held
cane to the motor car. He stopped for a brief instant, looking r.., nftntion with the State Track
[back into the house. Secret Service men aiding the President "00+ :n Auril have exceeded even the 1
[lifted his foot to the running board of the car. Harding enteref ...;Mrqt bones of the men'' who orip- I I'f"

after Wilson, and the procession started for the Capitol. ;..,-+..'* the idea At a meeting held
Before the great standing throngs, filling the broad plaza and I..ct work_ representatives of 'Pt'arLt..11 -
extending around the Capitol for several blocks, the twenty-eighth >v* 7v woman's club, cjvle orTiTpton 1
esident of the United States accepted the supreme gift of the .-. of Gainesville, county

epublic in a short inaugural address, in which he did not attempt ..1.-c s litprarv societies"! and everyof :
to outline, in other than general terms, the program of international nt" student: organization''' on the
and domestic his administration would form
policies "o""T'I"ct endowed the Idea and

part of.Harding. -vTo-pd their nnnort in making the : ';..t4rp _
" said, simply, "I accept with single mindedness o!. purr .. ..t".a !'ncee g:
ose and humility of spirit, and implore the favor and guidance 'Mop whole Mea of the carnival is
D f God in his heaven and with these I am unafraid and confidently .4 st"rt a fund for the erection of a
face'the future." The new President pledged the administration ....Pninrial monument to the Florida
c stand four-square on the principles laid down by the founders "".... who fell ir the world war, and
t )f the republic; to work unceasingly for the furtherance of Amer- M !'*"Tort the athletic association of .. -
ca's greatness in world affairs and for the expansion of her com- .'-p Tmversitv The plan is to be-
lerce and influence. All without deviation from Washington's rrin tTm fund with the proceeds of
alley of "no entangling alliances" with foreign powers. .1-,. Affair and comnlete the amount
i _Mr. Harding declared the supreme task now was the resumptionpi ro;+1, donation! from the people of the \
our onward normal way of reconstruction, readjustment and C.aP and the many alumni of thTTnivpTsitv. < I WARREN G. HARDING, PRESIDENTr "

estoration, and warned there can be no instant step from disorder A large bronze monnwAnt -- ...J
L o order and the from war must be natural and umm- held un on pedestal by two or
ded by any "wild experiments." three alligators. the whole thing in JESSE n1. JONES LOCAL R. O. T. C. UNIT

The League of Nations was not mentioned specifically, but he the center of pool in which will b p.
eclared we will seek no part in directing the destinies of the old kept a live alligator embl "* 'orld. We do not mean to be entangled. America can enter intoo MIP. 'Gator spirit which made possi-
political commitments nor assume any economic obligations ble such a thin'!. would be one of the

which will subject our decisions to any other than our own au- pretest! ,things that ever happened Industrial and Development Ripe Competition Will be Held With
World supergovernment can have no sanction by our at the University- Everv student is Agent of the ,Seaboard Air Lire Georgia Tech: -Practice Starts on
administration would turn a nrcred to begin work on a booth for Student March 7th
epublic. He indicated plainly the Railway Will Address on Gallery Ra bge at
old shoulder to those seeking to have America cancel the ten each city county literary and social Body This Morning. Gymnasium.The .
illions Europe adding "no civilization can club on the campus. The committees -
of debts owed her by features
tand repudiation." President Harding stressed economy in having charge: of different )Ir. Jesse M Jones, chief industrialand R. 0. T. C. Unit of the Uni-
rovernment expenses, plead for a better understanding between are at work now and the results development agert of the Sea- versity of Florida is going to have an
Capital! and labor, and a protective tariff. "I have taken the 801- of their decisions" will The be AliEator announced board Air Line railway, is to sp'*-'' opportunity to show its form in the
| oath on that of holy writ wherein it is asked: What in the columns of in Chanel Friday morning. Mr Gallery Rifle Competition which is to
mn passage
the work
loth the Lord require of thee but to do justly, love, mercy and from time to time as Jone is a real friend of the Um be held with Georgia Tech. in a short ->

Valk humbly with thy God. This I plight to God and country progresses.stated in last week's _"1-_ versity and every student should bout time. Practice for thin event is to
As was to listen to his address. I begin at 9 o'clock on March 7th. on i
Death of Clark Casts Gloom. 1 Ladd, Harreld, Stanchfield and Nor- tor, the proceeds of the carnival will His position at the present time i the gallery range at the gymnasium,
beck, republicans and Caraway, Watson be divided in the following manr- r: and
Hangling like a pall over the jolhy the encouraging agricultural and every one is urged to turn out )
Broussard, democrats, were Twenty-five percent to the organizations I I
and merrimaking of the inaugural industrial development along the territory -
I oath other attraction .. and help make the team. There is
I immediately after the a booth or
putting on
in L. He
isitors was the death of Champ sworn traversed by the S. A. I .f.fI
to Vice-President 25 cent to the fund fo. no why the University of
lark, the great Democratic leader.In was administered ; per has been a farmer on an extensive
Congress Hall hotel, under the Coolidge in the Senate. erecting monument; 40 per cent to scale and is well acquainted with al* I Florida should not have one of the

adow of his beloved Capitol, wheree Twelve democratic and two repub- Athletic Association for track and I of the present-day methods of agri- I best teams in the South as it is one

| labored conscientiously for over lican Senators retired today. The baseball, and 10 per cent' to over- cultural advancement. Mr Jones' has of a very few colleges in the fourth i 'EE
quarter within new Senate stands fifty-nine republicans also been Professor of Agriculture at
\ of century and a
head expenses in putting on ':Corps Area that was given the Distinguished -
one's throw of where today's cere- and thirty-seven democrats. Clemson College and at the Virginia
onies took place the great Missour Washington, March 4.Warren G. nival. : Polytechnic Institute in Blacksburg, College rating. The battalion -

i's body lay in state, mourned by Harding was inaugurated as Presi- The whole affair is being carriedon Virginia.As, undoubtedly has some good t
owsands. The cheers and noises of dent of the United States today in under the auspices of the "48" an example of Mr. Jones' loyalty shots, and everyone that thinks that

e crowd welcoming the new Presi- record time. Club of the University of Florida. 1 and friendship for the University he can make any showing whatsoever -
t drifted through the trees of the The inaugural ceremonies were the o- he came here on June 14th to advise is urged to utrn out. .
pitol grounds, penetrating faintlyto shortest in history, and but few inaugurals with the Board of Control and
( I match with
Besides this Georgia
the dim room where death claim" have been more simple. pledged the support of the Seaboard
this great man. Unwilling to believe advance no- George Washington-Yo say y&calls Air Line in behalf of the Universitjtf Tech there will also be a general com

New Senators Take Oath. I tices of the simplicity of the pro- yo' cow United States. Why fo? Florida. petition for all the "alleges: ia the a

[Fourteen new United States Sena- ceedings, huge throngs began to Andrew Jackson-'Cause she's don' i Fellows, he" is a real friend of the fourth Corps Area which comprises_
1'15, Cameron Shortridge Nichol-; crowd the streets early this morning Sun Dodger. t it
gone dry.- : school. Let's turn out to hear him four Southern States. The same
McKinley Water Oddie only to be disappointed. ,
team will fire this tition.
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,t i '? Wei}, yuh know, fellers, I went down I OOMPAN

I r to the theatre the other night to hear 'DROP IN I I

the music show what the Y.M.: C. A. f WILSON

j got for us, bein' as I already*paid for -Service

!!; I i it when I come here an' it wouldn't g OTTO F. STOCK I
cost nothin.' You know that
l' me wuz
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i ti! I the doggondest thing I ever 'heard. -GAINESVILLE'S FOREMOST SHOPPING CENTER" '
L! ./ They wuz two women and one man I" Tailor | 1
: what done the musican.
i t. The man. Featuring
t f he sung most of the time an' one Alteration Cleaning PressingPhone ]

I, : ; I woman played the fiddle while the '
j I other played the pianner an' sung I 354 Gaines. ille F a. j Everything That a Good Department Store Should
J.. some too. They give yuh a piece of

!!f I paper with.the words what they wuz J-.i-- ....- :.. "" -r--,.._.'''''''''''' ..,.. --.,. .... : X17I

:. goin' to sing because they knower! .

II yuh couldn't understan' 'em nohow. ! :n! Yfifiii;! J :!:fiS1! $ !tir.Iili! 1E5! : !r I :: -....c,-... "-e jj:1JII';: .... till. .. '\r!_.li -
Well, the man started it off by i it -r -

t ; i singin' about a bull fight. I could 4-;.: ,

f,. : II I a told him about some mouth bullfight : !fjifi h.- -

we have out here at this college l- University stud 'nt by patronizingthe --

i':, : that woulda beat his plum holler j White House Pining' Room, may tW ;; THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
t ; i He what
wuz they called a bass
!: enjoy the satisfaction of knowing '
r. singer. I don't know which base they
jjj they have the finest service and most '
i ; meant, but I bet he had to do a lot ;fjK Basement Language Hall

,t of practicin around home before he: !:f; 'delicious food on the market. ,'; NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIONERY,

J, t:t! even got to first base. Table d'Hote meals, $1.00.. Parties !ii i. .LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS FRESHMAN CAPS

i.s Then the lady played the fiddle. !K i and Banquets by special arrange- jj] J MEMORY BOOKS ETC.
I i She shore did saw them strings. She m ment. For table reservations Phone y; =; Everything For the Student.

I ;. i used all of 'em an' evry bit of 'em !fi :5To. 295. g ,
I f clean down to where the bow goes .
I t': : it. rWAJk::: ..ooii "' "_ .i!.._
across ourse nobody krowel .. '- -- ; 1 what she was playin,' but they all m The White House Dining oomGainesville's ._ I _N__..-...-.a 4I .... ..
j Qi
t. i clapped jet to be perlite. Maybe ; IP
; : I she had played "Yankee Doodle," ifJ Social Center. !3S i I IDORAN'S

I somethin' we knowed we'd a enjoyed f I )iJ J,'
I I it. They claim the fiddle was made in I
!i' 1739 but I don't believe it, because Y;! Y; Y; YY; ;! YY; ; Y;l SS; ifiifiififiifiM ; 'I' Main Street

i : my pa's got one about as old as he ic, FOR BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
:i :' and it wan't hardly make a squea!::=. .fl7 I i -;: tfi ffiL..fJ15fii1fi! !: !S Y1fifi! :: S!ffiffiabfiSffiSlfiKKSffi: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !:fifififii1! \ \ I IrtiJOHNSON'S

j\ Dor,'t see why they dIdn't.gt her a

: ; new one, that woulda sounded better. 1 DICK IIEID 1 1fi
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: i The man comes out. an' sings ag'n II
i! 1 then. He sung a little song what Modes of the Moment ifi' I t IL- -- -""'

: didn't have but six lines tot, bu j: y? PHARMACYDrugs
: I every time he'd git nearly thru'heM iS 505 Franklin Street -Tampa, Flut(1.( Jfj 1 f Medicines\ Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods I IA
I i Huts-Clothing--Furnishings ft We Guarantee Personal Attention to Pte criptions. ,
: remember somthing he'd left out a"i'
; I' he had to come back and sing: it all .fi 1 !i1fifififi! !fifi! !ji i'iihlifiHiininairiifiinifiyiHiifiifiifiinififfiifiPEABODY ! !: !: : Only Purest Drugs Used. Low Prices. Quality Guaranteed

: i over. It took him about two mil- ---- f Gainesville, Florida. I

: utes to sing the word "Glory." IT*> LITERARY SOCIETYA FAun LITEKAKY SOCIETY TO I 1
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went an' down the scale about
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E; times before he quit, an' for fear we Request -

-I i wouldn't appreciate his singin' wen* This is a proposition, fellows, thatwe the next meeting of the Fart t .. ,

11 I+ back an' sung: the whole thing over lope you will all receive favorablyand Literary Society the program will be I

: : agin.An' give it a boost. The members of featured with a contest, the deliver : GREENLEAF & CROSBY COMPANY I It I II

!11,i I Tier.An' then the lady played the pien- :he i'eabddy Debatng Society wish too of a good joke. The judgment is t-
r Oh; boy. she 'aeh' record requesting the poatHMiement "Noted for Quality"Diamonds f fA
1 I wuz some T>( ; on as j be given on the delivery method of t
: She had on a mighty purtv dress!! to;> to a later hour or date, of I prEsentation.. the effectiveness wifn:

Everytime she come back on the stageI JJ! entertainments, gal .e, dances; which the point is brought Time Fine .Jewelry China Cut Glass and Silverware. I

; .i noticed somethin T ha<*' 't peen: be ts., that will interfere with the so- I is limited to three minutes for eac'' I
I t
fore. She was about' the first wo iety meetings on the evening (:Mon spaaker: :so that the anticipated large' 104 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.

man I ever seen that didn't have t# lay) put aside for these meetings. Its m:mber may be accommodated. The I'i Selection I
: keen pulin' her shoulder straps up to save our societies that we have jo'e' may be original or selected; it Class Pine Sent on Request
: t Rings
; I She practiced a few of her must -nadf- this request and with no other may be memorized or told impromptu I: Medals. Trophies.

,j ., lesson: for u* running up an' down> notive in view Everybody has heard a good joke. I II

; :i the keys an' u!=in 'em all That'* The program committee is hereby Let us all select the best one we have I I

jt j what thev're; for a rrvl ow. She'd plv :notified to inform all participants in heard and remember it for :Monday .-wies r. srI ------ ---- ... .

I I, with one finger on the left hand and nx'grams one week before the pro- evening, so that each member will bi --........

see if she could make up for it with I II *ram i is to be presented. This is ;i i': on the program. To the man tellin i I Ici C ttt lint !
ric C'zu the
I her right hand an' she did too! Thersh J and the committee JIM'CC' ccn e tc
i I very necessary tha!! best jokes the mo/t effectively, a ,
Ii i "M cross hands an' plav it backwards should attend to this notification. prize of a box of excellent stationery ::2L

Test to show us!' she wuzn't ,,) All] members will please attend th.. i I I will be given. For second prize, A.: C. LUNCH ROOMOne j

'I .' fake. While the man wiz singH; meting next Monday night, as a ver- I[I a l'ox of stationery of different grad
: I ; she'd set ther an' kinda tease th. I important matter Is to be brought before is offered. So let us all try to win Door North A. C. L. Depot

:: $; :'- piariner a little bit but he didn't pav i!I the society. one of' these prizes, and at the same -!..mat i ii ... mttnmj ......

: ro attention to her an' went on singi.i oM time help the society to find its be, --- ----
:' i till he lot thru then she'd quit too his semester reports before material for the inter-society d. --------- --- --
eraser on
; i pn' wait till he started agin' T 1e
up bates. It is desired that
every member '
I ser ding them home, leaned so far out t
i r .J."t1P't!' she WU? trvir to draw our at- l, I
.: be present on time at, f:15.W.t
of his seat that he out.
i, e tendon so n* we wouldn't notice much I :issell: King, Reporter. e AUTO SUPPLIES
!' "t>* his singin'r "A .student's final grade should depend j AND ACCESSORIES j I
on his daily work and intelligenre I
:t Tvu't purtv good music, but .1 ," continued the professor. "Too lIe's teaching her arithmetic, I

r little too high class for me. I home often students cram for examinations.Thus He said that was his mission; { e. GOODYEAR and AJAX I
: < they have a vaudeville next. He kissed l her he kissed her
; they befuddle their brains andit j TIRES AND TUBES I
becomes impossible to do good 1 twice, bAVE-SERVE x
E UNIVERSITY EXAMS work. And said. "Now, that's ad *"->n." t Ot\ ,
"The methods employed in schools j Gainesville Auto j jColso"
I iI' "-' and academies of today are different And as he added smack by smack, Supply Company
( Universal l Service)
In silent admiration
than they were several hundred years ; I
hicaan Feb I
t 17 -"Universityare She sweetly him kisses back
I. Examinations alone remain. gave ,
: ago. I &
"- c''''''''!;natip.n''l' barbarous andsurvivals
i Get together and abolish them. And said. "Now, that's subtrac I
... rid;"nln+ic: of the dark age tion." ----------
student should sign the : ----- -
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J 1 titi >nand present it to the dean and l lpresident I =--- -" -- --: ... J
I, THere was gasping! in the German I.| of the university for action. I Then he kissed her and she kissed!: \
I els of
Prof Frank A. Bernstor: ,
t a>t i xlorth\v*>?tenr University, in Evan- *Students ask me whether there Without, Land
wil) be examinations in my German any explanation; !II' CompanyImproved ;
s on. Before any of'the astonishe) '
i cot rses. Of course they will be, but Then both together smiled and said,
i'r pupils could even grasp the full meaning Farms of
onl! because the faculty requires "Now that's multiplication." sizes
of what he was saving he shocked All)J sorts of
; them them They 1On't( count for much -... .....,...T-.. __ k At City Property
f some more. ; prices and
wI- I determine the final gradingof reasonable terms
t ; :"T mean it:" he aid. "Why don"yon I n students, however." But Dad appeared upon the scene, Buyers should,consult them before making a

students get together and sign a't tl The iiiy class applauded for 15 minutes And ,made a quick decision; I choice of property
l petition to hive all
; f abolished?" examinations and then reeled out of the classroom He kicked the lad.three blocks away, ,I I flee opposite A. C. L, Depot litre V

'- to start work on the petition suggested I And said, "That's long division." .
\ Kelly, who uses an infc:
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at Florida, yet in other schools and

METHODIST BARRACA GLASS : UNINITIATED. |( -oIIeges where it has been my prv-
SOCIETY 1 Uge to enumber th*' campus, the

(By Tohretak) |I Ii word fraternity is often tuaodatt*.

Invites you to attend its sessions every Sunday a BY T. F. ""EST9 Jr. + :i Oar Fraternities, With Digressions j w>th: champagne chorus girls and the

morning at 9:30. x + .1 I I In previous articles in this column." '1 s ndry other adjuncts which make

\Ve study PRACTICAL +- f + + ..- + + I have endeavored to delve down into Bell so popular and go a long way

PROBLEMS ]I the most remote realms of history, toard adding to the delights of .that
Pertaining to your Social!, Moral, and Economic life JL'XUAL THETA CHI BALL and even: the microscopic regions of. pertropical village where they say

Visit us once; will.comeagain.. BRILLIANT EVENT histology have not been free from the th' excessive heat soon becomes mo-

Cars will be out from fragrance of the perspiring brow in ; nrtonous and new forms of amusement -
to take you in One of the most brilliant. and the author's panting pursuit of the are constantly sought to com-

Lets all go! thoroughly enjoyable events on the naked truth. While he has not as bat the ennui caused by the prospect

University social calendar for tha yet succeeded in revealing Truth, ir in the minds of all, of an indefinite. .
year was the annual initiation ball all her blushing nudity, to the gaze stay.

given by Tau Chapter o fthe Theta of the vulgar mob. still a few faint But this sinister associatidn of

....... .... Chi Fraternity last evening at the glimpses may be caught by tbt'l I ideas does rot apply to our local A.
....9.. Elks' Club, which was participated in reader who is not too near-sighted. I O H.'s. In fact the local standardis

by a large contingent of the local society The word "fraternity" is commorly : for ninety-nine percent purity,".and

set, visiting young ladies and believed to originate from the ; this idea is so stressed that the

gentlemen and representatives from Latin word "frater." "brother," bn ; thing our more juvenile rats dread

giteatA: the different fraternities of the Uni- WP saw a letter signed' by a woman most about initiation, is the Ivory

J i I versity of Florida. The hosts were "fraternally Grace. This came thrr scap bath which is the inevitable'con- -

easily distinguished by fraternityseals the U. S. mail which of course a** I commitant thereof. One needs only

\ suspended from red ribbons cents no fradulent matter so P"*, observe the air of conscious rectitude -

\ around their necks, and proved ideal dentlv it is impossible for the word with which a newly initiated rat

A Good Place to Eat : entertainers. to meat} "brother' Sonhist s mar I elevates; his nasal orifices into the

The spacious ball room was hand- find fault with this' reasoning, bn ci'cumambiant atmosphere, to know

colors, crimson and white. A large Recent research bv re-"lie-Ve} authoritv received a truly tinlifting influence.

H+ 9 .+...... chandelier was reproduced in the cen- asserts!": that "frntf>rnity" is He does not of coarse: renounce thp

ter cealing by. masses of art paper in dp..jw' A-!, 1.-- the chosen color tones which
.i' + 1 radiated "f!'am" enin" "forward. This b"t oftentimes we are led to suspect

over the lovely assemblage of dancers word "fram" is often heard that he world if he dared promulgate
he Atl 131H Restaurant and accompanied : ,:
.unch Room f below. An overhead lattice designwas
bv iron belavin"
perhaps an o do"trin "The Superbrotheralong

FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN charmingly festooned at either pin. OT Scandinavian vessels and thea'jf.rfov. fV.. Hrps maybe, of the "Superman.. **
end of the hall. and the rostrum -
celerity and general forwardrngrp Nfetsche.. : ** -
Half a Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot I IGainesville.Florid converted into a rustic hut, where ::s which attends it Pt>pa fart While we are eqloprizintr,fhe Weals.t .
the "Peerless Six" Orchestra from
Phone 507 vonoh for its adontan"e into a I IT ineuleatedIn' fraternities itpen's
< was stationed and fur-
?"1p for !societies.: whose!' mani e taI I not out of place .to"sound aHotp
rished most excellent music. Th
/ tires nrove tht'Y're n ver near t>iptn"Vt I of warn in f. "Rat never: Join R
_._ window draperies repeated the color
-- -tJ1:; .Si .l: S ?! of any pptprprisp wnatcof'vPI:: : I frat nnlpss vou have first had a thoro
md the sides and west end of th"
WP ran find bnt little of authentic eon SP in Physics and hemfstrv."
-, -.. "'''!I room were decorated in checker board
r nc" Tnts!: d aliner with the fraternity The folTowine rom"b1e '\ of
effect, while the lights were softly
"f old Tt io rprtair howpvpr t*':ai tr. unlearned frat man should t-Ie!
hooded in crimson and white. :
C:}nr PsnparP did TOt) hplopf to anirT s' f*Jent to deter vou.
The programs were neatly em-
I "n';,.,'p lye"., When a""ro"'n' nnnni The Tale of a Tat.Or"a .
; bossed in the fraternity seal.
u IS THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER I fh!' Col ;P..t Rill h"Tlv w'4VP'1 hP i iI neon a time In the rood old
IIi ARABlE: Promptjy at the appointed hour the
IfI FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF rt".1.o rc OW1'tT wit t"hp'<- '>iv' iptTY A tp ell',Tn davs when Carne Na-
FI,0RI D AWhile grand march was led off by C. L. .
I I TT1 ..t- II1''ye"t.p nn fm.s." 1"p-1 *;.'" V"d not crossed' the Mason ant
Theed and Miss Emily Theed, Stuart
i r>? lir and Blind Tipers could
Into "
< T'P/n a to enter a v f Ton >p
Hall and :Miss Asenath Phifer, fol-
v gws'rfritV, flip "mTpftc of T a'wn j I coo. a -1 "Rpgpoct for ,Good Form w"

.... .....J... Z'L mt :t:: I lowed A half by many hour at couples.midnight was given ."-Vo n-j-o always: trvTnjr to Trno,.V Wi1L .V.c On v Barred Wire Entaro1lemPTIt

the initiation of i iarn w. ",v*'*** and who prnhaW wo"T that Trt hTT Barlevcorn could not roll
over new men
-.: : 5 : ieaaMMesaBee9Hiq; decorating them with the Theta Chi I sav t>ot_ "Tnt mp no brts Is thp !!! p -pr. t'.ere was given a Fraternity -

: '; pin and seal.Charming r cares" t-.hf. !' Shake ever card lilt. ;: nqn'E'
in Jacksonville little kewpie dolls with fl>nt.T Ip' VA t+ fo fTlrt -*.
them iv.t''o fur hnsolf w"i..1 i is +tP .nn..n "cto".a:: Allowed thp first (On:T.
the fraternity insignia on were
GO TOHUNDRED I distributed as favors.A 5n 1"'PTK and TKroTrn PrShplre'e '**>m the Keg. which In'' this! case w.Rll

violin solo by Mr. Lohmeyer :: 7Pntal, ra1h'P; 1cn.:: ifnn ** ,", ordinary f".dpn vrriet of Cut

gnan'nnent to ti"1crh",1roCTe:41"p:: : glass Pnn f>h Row). The fhappronsnpnospd
\ : proved a real treat.
d At the corclusion of the dance pro- end! t-I.+s Tnt-l20 hart, tint 1"pq""Prln"1n.t tV:4c to vouch f"r the Tn"
Nothing bnt 1',""-
gram the merry crowd of young pea t.pn. "n"* Mixture ->f

ple and patronesses repaired' to the Fnve"Pr, 1n a.r )n-.1 pttHn" t"rnit Juices which, the bowl contained

1[1 rot Theta Chi chapter house where a I of "As Yon TJVp Tf." t,,." ,f V to !?.."" .

o tn erg rNE buffet supper was served and highly +.o on'o 01 .Tf'c: 1nf'l"H-: ltorrtnrnsrk' ( The Brother who supervised the

relished.-Gainesville Daily News. "' : And the fol1n'V1T1f'1" vp..c:1..' process:: of manufacture of the Nectar

DEPARTMENTS *=-* I IAf the f".n..c'I'l'q' off Men "1t CQf'P"ich pd addpd at his' own expense, a
: .., Old Tied Stuff tt"*
th Tlirp
Theta Chi Pop Dance -PT1"10n5 nnr 1-t'hp"f1low' -- mart of <

The Theta Chi Fraternity enter- : t1-t. C1: ,t-PC"PJ1"P: knew Cn.thir' .-+. TreatJ1s are made of. Addlne this A"
y't:! 'l'e wd Glasses itted : inpredJpnt he thought the
; tained at a pop dance last Friday aft fVe :v'a" s of a frat man wit the last

: ernoon, February 25, at their attrae- n "JT'.1t1 pVP'" if Cn1Annn didn't Tt, : :1rPp: was heavier than water and

I home University avenue. qvnn ."nc: }t1-"c:: "T<'ir' <:::. 'R +ernit" w",1rt of OOMTSP. sink to the bottom.'chile .
tice on
e Do Our Own II Lens Grinding- 'c- i n>wlrifr' Ptn.nm He ?,.,oc!:q l'Jp'ond -..11ctr.c I re would 'fill the rha pr*"*

'No 1 The Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. : : : "EV tprnitv. fair rnn 4"tp L? dl" from the ton. Alacka-

Delay teas the host at a dance given la t ,, p witl i f1'O/tt 'Inn''" nerlien n"pc1 aar and Wo is mp. for alcohol Is "* .

Friday evening February 25th. Fesj '1e..t retPrntn with 1an' and !':1in leas density than water, and the Tan-

and Boots rendered the music thru np-opt nPT tal"rT'C ptl' t o.,,c 'Vri,1f" Iefoot staved on ton. The rest of
lH.Coles : & Son. this tale well l be imagined !so; he-
out the evening for this enjoyable af r fnrn t1c: +hat t'-p toov rlamcetof : can

fair. .to CiPPOn: ; +" et n+ ,rha.1.. T.. wsrp 0 Rat of enterlrtr a frat In a
hi ... Incomplete state of erudition. ThpPr
*-* ""rn1. an-an: t m"r.l1n; i t1"'e too
an Opticians Gainesville, Florida I the floor tinder
Messrs. Sam Ham Tom Wallis. M r'.t.1"f'n" ??dp a frat M"-Tt ynd on )
wjtat ,... the table and hidden bv a long drapn -
Winthrop Robinson, Otis Green, Horace -++d : men has! done men
.... .... _. cloth is better Idea anr- '
--- --- Loomis, Park Anderson, Ed. (B"adfn'lrothers: tales rote.) aMo a

Green, Roland Ulmer, Conant and Tvhiie it is far from the sit... -
t way.Now.. cent'e reader, much ''mor'
tt Bob Little were week-end visitors to .....-...-..-.--.-. ..- .. ---... he
t Ocala atending the carvinai s&onby sesquipedalian[ antiloomence could

school and the masquerade ) nod thrown at this snbfpct. hut the editor I
the high Cornelia Po "'1" : ,
ball given by the Eight O'clock nureen SnPTwr Ethel Horne. Louis doesn't want more than two columns.
THE BON TON" t hour
the author's ap-
Dancing Club. <::nE>YH'1'''. Clifton Sexton! Mildred Dn- md supper
oat lpth. PO havirg led you from
*- vis. Jessie! DeHorne. Phristir-e> Mne.AH'f !
r .' ... g isnid
Refreshment Parlor -". 4 The Alpha Eta Chapter of the Kappa > Sexton., Winnie Bell and Mrs "e sublect of marriageswhich a*

Alpha Fraternity entertained with Mason "f O<*ala. were visitors to the to he made In Heaven clear onto t

a dance at their attractive fraternityhome Tniversit"\ Saturday, attendincr the down a paragraph on Hell, withmany +
Complete Line of Stationery I II
remarks before after
last Saturday evening, Febru- basket ball ame and K. A. ance. sapient
visitors of the occas- and. in between let me close! wit
of allKinds 25th. The -
Candies andTobaccoes ary ;
t wi hir? long life and success to o"''
ion were the local society contingent; The Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity enprtained
with a dance Saturday frats and as in old age we sit around
1 ", t with the aid of the Ocala and Jacksonville pop the wassail bowl. drear !ing in *-..
Courtesy, Service and Strictly Sanitary afternoon
t girls. &-* glimmer of the pale moonshine let .

tt t The Delta Rho Fraternity is tc lIb Dorothy. Paterson of Brook- us not forget to say "Skoal" for tlttt
entertain with a dance to be given ir]I 1 fraternities in memory of youthful
:TI, N. Y., is the attractive and

-, 3a J. their fraternity rooms Saturday eve. charming visitor of Mils Asenat- college days (and nights) happily J. I '
- --- March 5th. Phifer spent among thota. ;
: ning;, on University avenue. fi

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j: I t the Flambeau, Mr. Warren Ingram of newspaper work. Among the principal ; =-y--< : "- fL

GREEN ATTENDS the RolJins-Sandspur, Mr. J. R. Mc- 1 speaker who attended were Editors : There's a L. of Comfort in a Good Fipe L
Leod of the Southern and Mr. Tru- Glenn and Thorndyke of the ,
Ii' Sentinel and the -Kis-nmme! : f f'c Have all Poj'u ar Si)'ks at !
PRESS BANQUET man Green of the Florida Alligator .
t> y f t << were the representatives of their. respective Valley Gazette, Willis Powell,' Secretary I .50, .75, and 1.00 '
1 ; i 1 papers. Besides these of the Chamber of Commerce \ 1 1.t;of

II I 1 Animal Banquet Given by Staff of guests, there were also a good many of Eustis and othrs of this same great .; Ti. O.Smith Ratt

: Rollins Sandspur is Attended by of the prominent newspaper::; men and newspaper protession. flex Beach, a 'tl _,_,___ e
i 'I i _Editors of College Publications in women of the State present, all of: .ormer Rollins student, was unab.e i ._...-_- :J"4." .:' > i6"J ._ .-.... r.'tJ
the State.MANAGING. whom gave talks at the banquet i .o attend on account of the nnsforune -- :
1 his house burned dow.i :f=.:'"''''' .a..ielllL T')1'"
During the afternoon preceding the of r....... i: : f -
: EDITOR REPRESENTATIVE luncheon, the visitors enjoyed the annual Lately Mr. Irving Bachelor, an au- FOIGAINESVILLE
t 1 ALLIGATOR regatta, which is held every hor of note, who spends his w.ntl'r-
1t -- year on the lake. The college)] is i I) in Florida, was also an interesting t FURNITURE CO. .:
Uto of Some of Dailies Altogttheu '
... Leading situated that all forms of water :igure at the convention -
; S ;. in the State Address Student Editors sports may be enjoyed throughout the vas a wonderful occasion and or: I oft
: at Banqoet. H.r. There was considerable admiration .h..: will be remembered\ ior a Jon: -

as the dainty maidens tripr1 tii .. Theft
I the managing editor of the Alligator :::oWns is there when it comes tout t
t l out on the dock for the events of: 1
,. bad the pleasure and privilege the afternoon. 2rtafaiment and a general) go >D. R, COX, Proprietor. naeS
: tf of attending the annual banquet of After the banquet the Junior Prom I .ime.Y7e. .i Phone $G. hd
I s the staff of the Rollins Sandspur last will await wth pleasure another f
took place in the Gym, and it was the .
t week at Winter Park. It was nvitation to :Tair of this kind fieh
an a -
good fortune of the editorsto
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1ya y grand affair and !it is ,. """ .__&.1IIrO! .-V..7."'Jr.Q
bells W
; '. also attend this enjoyable function. I ant then will be there wth onvh.n .. ""' 1Si"l 'W' II
say that the affair was t certain// The banquet was a great success, i I the time comes. *h

: fi I enjoyed from beginning to I and! Rollins College is to be compli t- ).. ...........................
; if the menu was written in n. --------A-t\,
I i= This affair is held every year, and merited on the fine manner in which J'r' .,, .i .
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.'' F the editors of the college papers of''I j t was gotten up. Everyone enjoyedhe : ;' -.I'r- t

? the State are the guests of the stall ; intructive talks given by men III"I:',_. t,_ SPORTING GOODS Ivn

.f the Rollins paper. This year:/ vho have made a name for them .,.. lr

: t Mise Dorothy Boa!, editor-in-chief of ;elves throughout the State, for the ".-. iJ''/: t.... .sL -.--, S Foot,Ball F BaseBall Lawn Tenhu t rea

I l' c1 -' -- '".1) O Hardware of.all Kinds. \ t Pik

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: What Is Air Pressure? -- -- ----- -- .

-; ,w I. Men I 1!

air is composed of molecules. They constantly ,
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..riar THE you from all sides. A thousand taps by a t :Ie i
;;,1. thousand knuckles will close a barn door. The taps \. are ,

J as a whole constitute a push. So the constant bombardment I j WELCOMED'ATMcDOWALLS I

of the'air molecules constitutes a push. At sea-level the air ,.
molecules push against every square inch of you with a I

I total pressure of nearly fifteen pounds. N
r_ Pressure, then, is merely a matter of bombarding mole- ) Come in and make yourselves at home ,

I cutes.t. .
t. I
Wh. water make its molecules- I off.
t you fly --- -- ---- -- -
The water molecules collide with the air molecules. It takes

I : a higher temperature to boil water at sea-level than on. Pike'sPeak. m@a: f -=- '

I ", Why? Because there are more bombarding molecules f .

I" ;- at sea-level-more pressure. f Hotel Hi *. sboro

'. Take away all the air pressure and you have a perfect

'. vacuum. A perfect vacuum has never been created. In the "TOP 0'IHETdN"\ .

best vacuum obtainable there are still over two billion molecules -
j Largest All Year Round
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I Jj .,... of air per cubic centimeter, or about as many as there '
1 In State
;f are people on the whole earth. ";::_ :._.:

ii:." ,, i Heat a substance in a vacuuin and you may discover r .Tampa. T : f Florida

r- properties not revealed under ordinary pressure. A new :

-ii S field for scientific exploration is opened. ,
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: Into this field the Research Laboratories of the General

I" Electric Company have penetrated. Thus one of the chemists =- _
I in the Research Laboratories studied the disintegration --==-=- -; 1Ap
I ,. of heated metals in highly exhausted bulbs. What happened ;;:;;

4 s i, a to the glowing filament of a lamp, for example? The glass Ir J ,

blackened. But why? He discovered that the metal dis-
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\ tilled in the vacuum depositing on the. glass. II

f: This was research in pure science research in what

I t- may be called the chemistry and physics of high vacua. It i I
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1 \' was undertaken to answer a question. It ended in the discovery E

t'I I -,. of a method of filling lamp bulbs with an inert gas p hI

J under pressure so that the filament would not evaporate so I '

readily. Thus the efficient gas-filled lamp of today? grew out
>> A ..
1 '-- of a purely scientific inquiry.So TRADE btllpKNY
J J : unforeseen, practical benefits often result when I .

I, 4' research is broadly applied. A tobacco rile y t..a e.--taates better maW D C
Pipe. Our
f own 8pCatBy -" wed'and selected
briar makes
- -.:.: of the It 10. Add to this the su P ercraftsmanship .
i r'' claim Demuth orken. and you'll not wonder that we
pre-emmence the
GeneraEectrick quality of our pipes.i Ask any
t \ t --%* '0- : good dealer. -

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WILL BE HELD TRACK II 9th, in given the Gymnasium.Saturday evening The, dance April ENGINEERS 'PION FIRST[ PLACE IN INfER- II

MEET will be formal
WEEK and the uniform of the
day will be olive drab with blouses. COLLEGE TRACK MEET !LAST SATURDAY)

'or Ward Plans to iGreat; I i wake up and get some. real srap and A committee of cadet officers will b<- I _

riattaUon Athletic Meet on Fleming rep into the drill formations. More Ito named by Major Ward in a few days FLINT: CHEMICAL SOCIETY Followed! Close -by Arts and Sciences

field and Formal Ball First prompt attendance at drill and care- make arrangements for this af- I College Which Came in a CloseecondOther

tr Held Here.llMUNITION ful attention to the details of the fair. The Flint Chemicaf Society held its ? Colleges Made a

--- work will be necessary if the University Captain Culin has prepared a special -I, regular! semi-irontMy meeting Wednesday Good Showing.

HAS ARRIVED is to be in the Distinguished II course in Military sketching for f night, February 23. 'A very -

'OR GUNS AND ARMY PLANES College class again this year. It is Military Science TIT. The captain favorable: report was received from 50LLEE INDIVIDUAL STAR OF

entirely up to the 'student body ,and! has had the special work mimeo- I the program committee, promising MEET THIS YEAR-FIVE FIRSTS .
'onel McKinley is Expected Next every man in the battalion should dc graphed and this will be a.valuable verv interesting' series of meetingsfor T

reek for Preliminary Inspectionf all in his power to help win this honor work for the student to keen. the remainder of the year. Four Meet Was Put on by the Miner

\ the Battalion. for the Urtiversty this year. Major Ward has received direc- new members were admitted to the Sports Committee Under the Su-

The events for the Military Field tions for the. examination of all applications society at this meeting. The mem- _perrision of Dr. :Manchester

.be Military Department is preparfor consist of the following: for commissions as second bersMn is not yet nearly as large as

some big events to be held in Meet; have been decided on and will lieuterVints in the re: lariarmv. The It should be. however.Every chemistv The Colleges. of the University held .

[nection with the State High Individual events Assembling examinations will be held late in student should belonjr to and at their first athletic meet OR the new 1

hool Track Meet this year. At piece, assembling Browning (Heavy) April. All men who hold diplomas teal all the meetings of the societv trick and athletic field Saturdav

present time the plans are to hold machine gun race, assembling light will be exempted from the mental ex Sorely you can. pare an hour or noon. Th results give the most er1v +

[eld meet and following this a for- Browning automatic race, equipment amination. At present Maier Wards W'4'm* sdav night every other week )'iraging hopes to the school and
Military Ball in'the gymnasium.these race: rescue race, tent pitching race trying to find out the status of the The Top'-ams' are not only interestir Couches. There is no question that

[ plans work out this should loadinfg/ and firing the piece. mer who will gradnate this year and but then will also add interest to our school has among its student *
fthe greatest event of its kind ever Squad Events-Wall scaling, tug try to get them exempted frcm *h" vo"r chemistry course. m"st' promising quality of material

I in the University. of war. shoe race, relay. race close mental exams also. Several men have Ttr RuTTPeht. chemist of the ETpei5n which can be safely mate1 ed against
?veryone is awaiting the outcomethe order drill, and deploying for eon' already inquired about corvnii'> ion05n e"tal Station. crave an interest the best in the South.
the service and Miior Ward
[ preliminary inspection, which bat. lr tr talk on "Agricultural i Chemistrv" The interest and spirit of the
;states: that there about 9.000 .
|o be held on March 7tb and 8th, Platoon events-To armsExtended are vacancies HP covered the general field of chem 'vitestants was a sign of the good
4 n Lt Colonel James F. :McKinley. order ;drill, close order drill. and in the lire at the nrese time strv in pTit ulvre. spppkinf the ;nortsmanship that exi ts between'
that *oll usuall'
ps Inspector of the fourth Corpsa tent pitching.* arid < w men gfvpi"'>l benches OT e"n to the 'hemfctFI" lh<- indents of the separate colleges
| will be down to look over thek Company events--Clo 'e order dri1L "ave the preference over the n'n tak- *.in described' the working cor- The meet was probably the best in-

| that is being done in this de- and going into action. 'ng examinations from civil 1'fe; di+irvn
ment. According to the Mili- The Military Ball which\ is to be All l of the amir-un'tien for thp big. *:oral "he"ist. erivinsr! a eeneral fd? Cur this year. Therp is no doubt of -

department everyone has got to I the first ever held at the University. Field Dav has arrived including near ->f .:.-o f what the vouV man C"T>. *>" good showing: that will be' made
Iv everY form of pvrotechn'cs!l used\ ir
Le"1'f\t .iT'lP' this; field I"Mn1d eTn*-+ W)">TI the 'varsjtv track team makes
is also
actual warfare.. planned its' init'al bow in the Perm Relavs.
're 'JrOIT\1'YI committee 1 T mad !!
-- .-. ., -, -- to have several army planes up for
I '1r"TI"ppnt to show tWO f'd"t'n"l1 Tt: is of interest to note the increased -
. the meet and flarps rockets etc..
\ '"tures at the next meefncr W' tl number of mem who are trv
., have also arrived for.thic:, work. "
for nositions this rear's team.
negaav March 0) The pictures w1rp f on
.. The military department is work- Tncentive 'to higher
t on "The uar Tndv trv. a.*
"'' .. \\r-ff hard to get the University" "'J'1--' Onjirrvinrr of Asnhalt.! "Evprfa niteh, an'orfe the contestants in their
. Florida! in the Distinguished: College
t "lttemTlts by the lovinsr ofered hv
"'rd ;interested ; invited to Attend the cup
r ,' // t class sg?in this year and they sho-il'1} "'f""";inn. to be held ir* the Gym. the Adams! Jewelry Company of
? have the unqualified support of every r
fl4a "f'* 'a. It has always been the aim
? C& student here. The work cannot betaken
I OfcTl n* V"; merchants of the city of Ta"-
but must he takenin
as a joke, 1'0 (At the hog office: "TTavp von nR tr give the U. of F its support
The Smile Foows the Spoon .1 all earnestness and sir cerity.Let's all. .pf': :>. seat I left," I and e erv student of the school acrrnnwlr'lges -
boost this department that I
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the fact.
Ti"Vpt !seler indi< atincr the num- ,
.we... can. l1e"YE>S. U 211" ; "he .eet was won bv the Enl'inrP.r'l'witl1 !'
TTe "T am. and if it Is that. kind of a total spare of 50 1-2 poirts..
a l"-n'V" T am clad that T dH not a-k wJ.iIe tArts and Science team rarw'h
f .I t Standard and Popular mil mother to cone with me "-Burr. -toce 38 points. The Lawvorsame

-- -- Music third with 32 points, while the
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KSS \ \e-s du- to lack of material, came OIl
r ffiHSHffiffiffiffiffiffiSffira s 31 i 'i S Y.n P80 card run.--J' O COT first. W. none fourth with onlv 3 12.
I Pianos .
y; J. Riving !second. W. W. Gunn third. The 1')' .* track that they school now

.j THE NEW YORK Time mir. 23 sec. "Ipims TH certainly one of the peaR "
RACKET Players Y ? TT'lp run.-Hodr'es first. W R .nT for the creditable and sue'--

Agent ForFlorsheim I !91fi fi Grands King ;second Bivins third. Time 12 *nl initial Inter-collesrp meet of the

g min. 38 rec.440vard. TTnivrrsity. Credit for making sari'n

Shoes. x Piano TuningPhonographs ''nsh-.C. Sheppard first. track and trackteam possible is
imeras 'errv !i=e':!ond. L. E. Todd third. Tim "nanimou'lv: warded to Lt. Atkinson!
I !:Ii i
j !R S ! Y1ri! !F.! !:fi!: Yififi! !!;!: Yifi1! "8.3 SPC. Tlrl his aids. ..
1 mil'- relnv--Wop' bv Arts and This meet was! put on under the

i I "' Pathe ".""encps-T;""'e 4 min 1.6 sec.prin" nncnicps of the Minor Sports ommit-
! ! ! ! 1 1I medley-rwon by Arts and *o* .and due crdeit should be given to

Burnswick Sc'ence-1"hne 3 min 34 seA t"ts Manche'-ter' for his work in r"Vntr -
I I te-. 290 vard Ixrnard ay dFriedlardpr '
ra- men such a meet possible. The fund

y; : 440-vard man Sheppard; for holdrr'cr the events came from tPfI r

Films .. DevelopingMILLER'S Henry Wolf's 660-yard man W. W. Gunn. minor sports department of the TJn -

.. High Jumt Sollee first Carlton versity. -
!::Iiy second. Madison third-Height 5ft The time and results of the meet

At ; Music Co. Sin. are as follows: I

1 Broad jump-Sollee first, Carlton.1 100 yard dash-Trial heat-Two OT I
!:: second Tlnssell and Cooper tied for, i ) Lenard and Martin placed in first.

.;-- 319,. E. Main St. thirrf-Distance 20 ft. 1-2 in. I from Anderso and A. N. Sollee
a : Pole vaultSollee first. Green second : placed in second. .
b arlton third.-Height 10 ft. 6 in. ,I 100-vard dash finales Solee first.

-16-lb shot-Barrs first, Byrd second .
Ansso Anderson second and Lenr&rd tjiiri.
Eastman and Ansso for
Agents Carry Your Old Hat to
Tootto third-Distance 34 ft. Gin Time 10.4 seconds. i I
Cameras # .u/. NEW YORK HT CLEANERS Discus -Hodges first, P. O. Baker 1 mile ran-Bivins first. Hodges
Films Browns Developing to have them second Carlton third.Distance 98 second. King} third time min 22s.

8. xa Cleaned, Blocked and Made New feet. 220-vard dash trial heat Martin

!fi Candy, Confectionery and Snmamry of rwfnts-Engineers and Anderson placed in first. Wood-

!: Cigar Store in Connectionimported 30) 1-2 points!; Arts 38 points; Law ard and Rambo in !second.I! ...
y; Greek Candy, 75 ". lb. :*2. 31-2. Individual
!fi. Ags points-So- 220 yard dash firals.' Anderson ;
M. BtlZIOTES, Prop. Tee 25, Hodges 13, Carlton 11, Bivin first, Lennard second Woodard third
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: *" Official Publication of Student Body of University of Florida kissing- as a modern.art, can't beat these values l
Sure needs a reformation.How :11 You :
Ir Office
1.' and Press: Basement Language Hall.' ,
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HF" good sane
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l' [. HERBERT FORD .- ____.....___.......__..__...___ EDITOR-IN-CHIEF We're cleaning up our odd suits unsold-they'ye Hart Scaffner&
: I ; TRUMAN GREEKHORACE .------.-.-----....-.-__._ MANAGING EDITOR How changed the way of motiveIn yn! Mark finest; suits for this fall's purchase-models, stouts! slims, I
and conservative
LOOMIS .. ... this:: or that direction; regulars and stubs-young rwn's more styles,
I ? ---: __ _..._ ASST. MANAGING EDITOR !ifiHi; cost more to tailor priced: !Ii
I I I. H. M. FRIEDLANDER _. __..n_..___. BUSINESS MANAGER Since Adam kissed his* darling En These clothe* Iii
: I I i. M. STEIN..-. ........._.u .._....._ ASST. BUSINESS MANAGER To show his fond affection! I !Ii
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'j I R. B. HOSKINS HAROLD KLOCK MURRAY COHEN But through the years of romance $32.50 to
GLOVER MILLER Since changes have,begun;
The standard arts have been revised Hiff

t modeled, one by onc. fftt I. FORMALLY

: 1 I. Z._0. SMITH. .......---.h................... .h-:._._.__.........___......... PRESS IAN Il' 'fZB. ifi -
A id the modern RomeoTo
I Entered at Gainesville so !fi ,to 80.00 !Ii
Fla.po toffice
as Second Class mail $57.50
I. matter. !Ii
t f ( have it to his wishing)
: t 1 1t Fb Subscription: $1.50 the year. H.A broadly utilized and changes m : '\; >"

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t .u -- .. h" .. h '" i iI This favorite art of kissin'g.Hi.'s r, ,
!n .. !
I J : used it in a so many ways !Ii
t. THE HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET B th general and specific, :
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'r Tl at its losing its artistic sen"e Wolf Brothers i
; On. April 8th and 9th the
University of Florida, as in past Aid gt'ttingquite scientific!
Years, wIll be host to
; of high school
: men from all parts !
,, t" to of the State! congregated here for what is confidently expected r Now this kept up much longer : !!Ii Ii
the $ '
; SP largest and mst successful l High School Track Meet W'11 spoil it all, btcause {
: i.-. In history ot our institution. It is hardly necessary to here A,: t is used for pleasure .S TAMPA, FLA
: f i "' enumerate the manifold advantages to be derived by the University I Bit science never was. if '
i- from such a Meet. Not only will this Meet advertise our !Ii I

I'i : k I institution from one end of the State to another, but during the The world will soon be wantingAll $

,;: : t few brief days that these: young men are present in our midst the happiness and bUs:, ;

I : r they will no doubt decide whether or not they will attend their Thai' has been simply ruined SH5; $HftiHft&ytf; j
I own State instituion of learning when their high school days are By the scientific kiss.
E! ;; : to' over, or pass us by to seek similar institutions of other States. .

: I The duty, of each and. every student on our campus is obvious. To So young android take warning, :, 1\ -; .',- ''-> O : ;4 -.;-.

; I express it bluntly! these high school men will be "looking us To make the story short; ,
J it! I F'. over" and it is up to us to look our best and'act our best. If we Cut put the ,scientific stuff \
create the right sort of atmosphere, these men will be convinced And ,keep kissing just an art.--White' v- .
that "Florida and no where else is the place for them. and Blue. < You Can Lead a Cork to Water but

; Then, too, there will be men who have only the most hazy You Cannot Make] it Sink
idea of continuing their schooling, and it is up to us to demonstrate Advice to Would-Ue Journalists. r
i r: to them that in this day antI generation, an education is not Tohretaw' says the three main qualifications I
: I !: only a decided advanage, but a necessity. So our first duty is to of a newspaper writer are: Don let this suit value we are going to tell
1 : make these visitors feel right at ho in the and .
: :nc every sense of word. Inspiration, Aspiration Perspirahunj.
about float
you on your imagination on but let it
:, Men rooming in the dormitories and fraternity houses will have +. \ r
i unlimited opportunities along this line for the great majority of On second thought we think th'+s ? sink in your mind until you find out that seeingis
: ; our visitors ibe\\ housed in this manner. Procure all available would apply to pretty -- ner- ,
I I information regarding the U. of F. and its various cburses and anything. believing. Absent treatment wont get you one

t have it tabulated in our mind< vheie! ,\\e can scatter it broadcast of these all wool Kisc ba im flannel suits i n
I among our guests. opportunities are almost unlimited and Among. the Jacksonville contingertthat t.
j ; [?L our duty to the University none the less decided. May we all resolve was in Gainesville the past wee' f either single or double tRs.ted style at $25

: to make the most of this privilege: and demonstrate to these end were Alva Tupper, Florence Gay '
1 f'; high school men that 'Florida": is a "regular" University, instituted Isabella Brantley, Alice Tucker. L 1 1- !>: jf SeJ .

I f for "regular" fellows in a 'regular' State. lian Hiers, Bertha Snyder and !se -
i. eral others. F Bjjnctt The Clothier

; ,.-_ DO YOUR DUTY ,

Now is the time :o get in communication with the Senator Heaven

from your district and the Representatives from! your county. In A room ................ so cozy

; S t all probability you can do more towards laying before them the One chair .--... ....-.?. to moreA iHWara ffiSffiffiKffiffiffi

i: vital needs of our University than anyone else. Why? Because purring fire .___.-,......--. and 9iffiffiffiffi
4 They know you are from heir; commuuity ; they know that The girl adore. I
you are personally acquainted with conditions as they actually you
Hell! i
exist here at the University. And when you put this propositionup TARR I
to them, show them why it is necessary that we have the cooperation The room ._n.....__.-... still cozy FURNITURE CO., Inc. II

I of every member in the Legislature. Do this today- Two hearts .... ...-.-.- glad Tampa I

tomorrow may be too late. Your one big chance I

Our institution is more than crowded to its capacity, necessitating -, And enter _-.-____________ Dad! -.Ex, Sales Agents For
I One of the funda, .
more building;* and more equipment. I '
;, i mental reasons for the growth of our University is that we have ..._.... i Berkey and Gay Furniture, Globe Wernicke Sectional BookCases 'R 1
: had the advantage of the best of instructors. It is a conceded
Aeolian, VOcal ion, Pathe Kit-
fact that our instructors are without exception decidedly under- : Phonopragph, Napanee

H, paid. They have continued giving us their services when they The Lyric chen Cabinets, Belding Hall Refrigerators, erolux Porch m
could have secure,I reasonable salaries elsewhere. During the !
tt greatV orld War when salaries were high in almost every trade frfm"EclSs.Gas Ranges, Domestic Science Fireless -
t a and profession, theirs remained the same. They did not falter, PROGRAM I IXRIKKSaturday Robinson Rodgers "Restwell' Bedding. $;
bit. The promises looked forward to have never : Office I
I but did their Furniture, Floor
S ; j materialized, and unless conditions change! in the very near future Coverings, Draperies, China andGlassware i Y

the writer fears that the University will suffer the loss ot ,,,'Brisky Business". Glad\ \Va i Window Shades, Awnings. Yi

i { quite a number ot our best instructors. ton.fonday. Yi
,1 i 5- So let's all get'busy and write our Legislators, putting.thiS vital I "
i osition up to them, ro that they may be able to give us; he :\ t i! !KHWilWraffiffiffiffiffira! ; !ir.n !
I 1.-: Support so badly needed. Have them pledge their support to thisinstitution. "The Plunger" Geo. Walsh fi !/ j jpfira .

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Only Pennant
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and Louis Eliades, Proprietors
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J. V. Blume, Agent; Room 31 Buckman / f
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CLEARWATER When Florida, especially the penin-

sular part, was only a wilderness,
nl-er II !!!!!! t'" 1 there were few political divisions of

the State. Very little was known .
about the peninsula except that it

The The best held many swamps, lakes, and mos*
I New Spring tf Place to buy quitoes. So the part east and southof

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the Suwannee
'- r < river was known. as "
ifi After allBusiness- i Mosquit, .

I'I ifif When the population demanded it,
Manhattans ,/' more divisions were formed; that is-
I R In Clearwater more counties were bounded. One of
i RR these was named Mosquito. Thiscounty
I Is not seasonal-
s f was large, comprising the
the threshold of the
I At dawning new Season we present the new Spring ifif There is no "dead line"- present counties of Orange'', Lake. "

I Manhattan Shirts in all their splendor, exclusiveness if Osceola and'Seminole.. Florida kept '_
and individuality. iFif No "shutdown"- rowing' and the name Mosquito did

I The usual initative of the makers is If you are lookingFor not suit those wKb were boosting
again evident in the smart effects C RH that particular section of the State. '

S 5 which stamp Manhattan shirts as a superior product Rfi. an investmentUiiilVith In this section on the fertile la '
S ifif ample orange groves flourished. For thes'
I Nwe Weaves-New Patern Ideas-Immaculate two: reasons, at least, the name of ,
Tailoring- if ReturnsDo Mosquito: county was changed in 1845; '
I I Perfection Throughout. ifif Lo Orange county. '

ifif not over look J Since that date three other counties \

I The best town Lake, Osceola and Seminole, .
They're Ready ifif have been carved from Oronge coun-
I i ii \ ifORAH In Florida ty, which still retains its old county*, .

'eat. _Orlando.-J. F. Merrin.
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J as it may seem up to 1913 no
i 11 SHOOK ounty had taken the name of the
Indian tribe for which the State is

.. noted. To ,retain the name of this
. '" "
. famous tribe, that for many y r

SELLS the roamed over the entire peninsula an*
Our Branch at theCOLLEGE INN is at service. EARTH
your especially around the lakes of the re-

andRENTS gion, the name Seminole was given
he county.-J. F. Merrin.of .

SiffiSraifiWifiSffiiraWWfWWififfi the TOWNClearwaterFla I students.-U. or H. Sagebrush.
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THE LOST LOVEJ. Plans are now well under way forth
r Greater Tech ampaign to be
Baird Hardware CoT H. U. pond 'cted
April 20 to 30, and encour- .
There's a time whena man feels for-
aginr of
ORTON'S reports progress are re-
SPORTING GOODSKODAK'S saken, 513 Cleveland Street reived! almost daily. Last week
OVELTIES. And homesick, and lonely, and blue; pledg-s of a million and a half dollars .'

and GIFT SHOP When his faith in humanity is shaken, Ground Floor Phone 47 ( were'announced toward the five
ter of Picture Francs J I l And nothing seems honest and tru?. million dollar goal which has beer. .

CUTLERY -'.---.. .--. .-. eet. B, siness men of New York
I j When the one girl on earth has be- headed by Ivy Lee, have agreed to
." provide a million dollars if Georgiawill
Phone 7 Gainesville, Fla Of the goal that was e'er in his raise the remainder The mills

mind; belongin to the Georgia Cotton .
le Florida When there's nothing but bitternessleft Boning*-"popular" :indoor sport. Manufai 'irers' Association have

[the Graham Hotel ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIRDEPARTMENT him, station.College Inn-the emergency filling pledged h.ilf a million dollars toward '
And life seems a long, lonely .-he remaining four million.Tech
grind. Dining etiquette-relic of bygone .
days. nique. .

i There's never a sight of tomorrow Dr. Crow's motto "they shall not of When !
University Mississippi! >
lESIHlf t ELEC- pass.
When the world may be rosy and Drill-an unnecessary evil. he University placed a ban on dancing # !
gay; the students showed their disap- 1
CHESNUT'SSHOE There's nothing but sadness and sorrow Hot water-an unknown substance. proval by burning in effigy the governor 1
June 8-the time when dreams
IIG SUPPLY of the State, who is chairman of i \
true. '
STORE Remaining, to haunt him each da". Law the University's board of trustees.U. .- m
College-the "bull"
pen. I of H. Sagebrush. t
COmPANY BOBSSatisfaction With a heart that is breaking and Midnight-when discord reigns supreme I -
Guaranteed bleeding, Rouge Not as 'Black as Painted
And an ache that no balm can subdue [.l'Ei"ur Rouge is not as! black as it is '
tSHLIGHTS South Side Square Mail time-oh, fluttering heart, be -" '
; painted. No more is it to be classed
still. w '
1-. 1 Gone is the dream of succeeding, as a mere sham, as a substitute for
IMP SHADESu With nothing to help him win thru. I Mr. Graham-tha't's where our red blood corpuscles, or as bait during I

LOONEY LAYS money goes. .. the open season for men', for now I
"M-76." I Buck up! Show your courage by l\Iess-hall-di5ftribution center for it is an aid to the advancement of '
> need anything elec- winning! "bull." "zip;" "grease," etc. science. Professor Dinsmore Alter, .

p in and see us. As. We Like It. Prove your bravery, now while you Peeler chorus-midnight follies at of the University of Kansas. is using ,

ain Street Telephone 12 Of all the words, can! seven. rouge as the polishing agent for the ;
That instill bliss, Be strong' Take your medicine grin- hall Speed-chief characteristic of mess parabolic mirror of the photographic '
The greatest are, ning, telescope which he is constructing. !
'oveltyjuitings Top-sarge, dismiss. I And say to the world: "I'm a Whiz,. Bang-leading publication; Professor Alter is planning a program 3
man!" they satisfy. of photographic observation of i

' Sherman Said It. .-..-- .. ... the asteroids, which are small worlds f
The little buck privates are covered COLLEGE SIDELIGHTS I to three to 300 miles in diameter, i
with dirt, I Princeton University will limit the ,: similar to the earth.-University t I
the latest Creationshe I And drooping and battered they Georgetown introduced a new minor number of students according to an News. lAn I

well dressed man I stand; .I j|! sport last Saturday, January 22rd, announcement by authorities of the
Spring One lacks a lid arid another a shirt, when the rifle team of the R. O. T. C uriversity. President J. G. Hibben anti-cigarette law which is before ,
[ and Summer For they've been in the "enemy's"land. representing the University defeated i has appointed a committee of the the Utah Legislature is receiving '- S \

ir. the Lehigh University rifle team bi: I i faculty to devise a plan for restrict- the hearty support of the student. ':

a 'margin of 35 points. Members of ing the enrollment-The Michigan I body of Brigham Young University. !

rom $25"to $60 1 Roses are red, the R. O. T. C., together with Major Daily. It is said that all of the members of' t

Violets are blue, William Hobson, professor military the Utah State Senate are non-users '
k DamatoPressing No crimson noses, of tobacco, which is something which ; f
: more science and tactics at the University University of Pennsylvania Re- ..:,
Alas, it's too true. had long contemplated having a rifle cent registration1 figures show that other probably State couldt Senate not in be the said country.of any".' 0.-,

Ain't team at the college and last week's the University is the most cosmopolitan ; #
It So?
/ :and Altering:
1 E.UnionSt Tell me not in mournful mumbles,. succesful competition with Lchigb in this country. In addition There are letters of accent rAnd

It is time to leave the hay; I will vtadoubtejdly make shootin? a lrawing students from every State letters of tone, ->
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Phone 511 Tho I'm"not a guy who grumbles, permanent sport at the Hilltop.i .- .ale union, forty-five foreign coun- But the bestof all letters ,

Yet it's sorter nice to stay. i Hoya. f .. tries are represented on the roster .. Is to let her alone.-Tartan.THE < l
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I PRESIDENT HARDING TAKES elect asked for speed and the cavalry ffi JACKSONVlli
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OATHOFOmCEContiuued escort was of little real value as an '
I If. escort. Both the retiring and the incoming SPORTING
( From Page One) the
Presidents ackonwledged
f. : GOODS
The carnival of other
spirit years
wild applause of the throngs.
was entirely lacking-even the ,
tracts were undecorated except forth bc
Arriving at the Capitol the
i party I
which merchants displayed : CLOTHING CO
made their way to the Senate floor. HENRY Sportsman'a Store"L.
from their business places along
I President Wilson went to the President's 3! Si & A. Outboard Motors
Pennsylvania avenue and the decorations (
room, just off the Senate chani"ber
that, some of the old-time residents -t where !:IiI 101'"l'lt Bay!Street.' phi,.....
he seated himself at a de:;'k JacksoDvllle na
flung from their windows. and began the signature of bills : ..-... ....... .........
Shortly after 11 o'clock a half- passed in the closing minutes of Congress Solicits the business of College! men, guaranteeing I s iiu-- 0E-

dozen motors drew up in front of the fading out of the picture.A correct styles, high grade quality and workmanship II

United their
t States Capitol, threading few minutes before the hands of I ?
way through the throngs which had the Senate clock turned to twelve the; H B. M. TENCHO

I ; gathered there', and the members of President-elect and the Vive-Presi : I KNOX HATS, STETSON HATS, |
the Congressional committee ap dent-elect went into the Senate cham- :

t i pointed to conduct the inauguration ber. There Mr. Harding was greetedby .1 I HANAN SHOES. |i| Gainesville,
clambered in and whirled downtown. his old friends and some of bis
Headed by Senator Knox of Pennsylvania old enemies, and he 1 KUPPENHEIMER
political was apparently I g ROGER PEET jiI
E FloridaS
I the Congressional commit-
at complete ease, as he felt 1 I
I f tee went to the hotel room where at home there--it was the scene of Ins II( I and SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES.. I \
: Mr. Harding had spent the morning first big public service. j jVivePresident S H 0
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at work. The committee with due Take Oath. I

: :, formality announced that they had Vice-President Marshall called for I HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO., |
arrived to conduct the Prw ident-elect Vidal
order, twitching i his grey moustachehe : !Ii Drug cone:,
to the Capitol to be inaugurated, and't made brief
a characteristically The Clothing Co..| "or Drugs, Stationary, Toifc.
{ the former Senator, with absolute I II speech, thanking the Senators for the g Giddens Building
.i '3 laek 'of familiarity, addressed them courtesies they had shown him and j! !Ii Franklin at Lafayette Phone 2276 !y: ; Articles, Candies

t familiarlyfolded a small manuscript then called Calvin Coolidge to be j i i ic l'a I ni )a. Florida gjWStWWWffiXRfiir Souvenir Cards, Watennu fc j

1 ,:<. Into his pocket and joined the com- sworn in as Vice=President. Newly- i .
mittee. elected members of the Senate were i ,EVERYTHING ElM.
t l. A great crowd assembled before the sworn in' and the Senate was adjourned I
hotel cheered wildly as the new executive \ .sine die. m

j :" made his way to a powerful With the Congressional committeein $ J. SEYKORA

2;; motor and was whirled away' to his the lead, President-elect Hardingwas I $$! !:

? future home-the White House. escorted through the winding _.-----cO _______________.. Phone 107
As the cars drew up before the marble halls of the Capitol to the tin
White Harding stepped to the front of the few other members of his immediate -- -
House gates, the police on front entrance.As J.. W. McCOLLUM co:
Y duty there. saluted their new "boss; the New President made his appearance platform, placing his manuscript on a 1: family. They joined in a simpleluncheon DRUGGISTSThe
'\ little table which has been used by
and he waved his hand at them. Rexall Store
the the
on steps of Capitol
; Greets President Wilson. every President since Abraham Lincoln : together. Agents for
1 Building the crowds gathered in Cap- I
ifJF. At the White House doors the Congressional : itol Park went wild with cheering. and delivered his inaugural ad. Starts Work Immediately.At Liggetts and Norris Cant

committw: was met by the: Mounts Inaugural Platform. dress. the White House executive of- Gainesville; ffe
et :1: chief usher and shown into the East The inaugural address completed,
Prtceeded Chief
by Justice White, fices there was the bustle and stir of
I ., e.: Room, where President Wilson .was the President-elect mounted to a President Hauling, !still the object of FLORIDA BARBER SS

j ; seated. After an exchange of greet small platform which had been erect-I the throng's admiration took his seat business. The machinery of the Gov- For Students and Otfcen .

1 I' Ings the: outgoing President rose, and itl &t the foot of the Capitol steps. in his automobile, Laned over :anj in- ernment was set for business for

I l i while attendants wrapped him carefully With the flowing black robs'! structed the chauffeur to "go as fastas from the White House came the Shaves 20e. Haircntil

.o: in a cap, he grasped his cant* :wishing in the breeze the elderly word: West Side Square Gtberooocxxxjcooooooooooooox
the traffic laws will allow" auJ
PI :(,; X' and rather weakly and with some Chief' Justice stood erect and, facing "President Harding will work this
1 whirled back the White House. :
;; filtering made his to the was
way car the bronzed, stalwart new President,
z, <= where his successor awaited him. administered the oath of office. At the White House a little group afternoon. Everything in Groceria

i f, ..!=i.::q'") President Wilson and President-t The hand of Warren G. Harding, -awaited-a group of those dearest to It was ,but a matter, of an hour. For Goodness Sake DriatDORSEY'S
};f; elect Harding, unattended by pomp the hand that has get been
I ,, type the President. There was the tall, The crowds were great. The spect- DELIGHT com
> or the> blaring of bands or a great grimed with toil, was respectfully I I
>" military escort, then drove together placed on the Bible, the oath of of- grey-haired woman that the President acular features of other inaugurations f f + f f t 1J.S.BODIFORO

< down Pennsylcania avenue, througha fice given, and the United States hada affectionately addressed a* "the were missing. The whole pro I
lane which police and Serect Ser- new chief executive. II Duchess"-the first lady of the land

?i::. vice had swept clear. A troop of cavalry Delivers Inaugural Address. -and there was an upright standing, ceeding was dignified, impressive, but

E: from Fort Meyer had been provided : Halting for a few minutes-per- : bearded old gentleman, the Presiilent's -: characteristic of the man-a matter. & COMPANY
w- for an escort, but the President- I
I .."' haps for a silent prayer-President father, and his brother and a of business. I

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