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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: March 18, 1921
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
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biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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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------ FOR- A GR EATER FLORIDA". .. ,

Vol. IX.IEBATING. -

UNIVERSITY OF-FLORIDA- GAINESVILLE. FRIDAY, MARCH 18.. 1921. N'n. ."..... .
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TEAMS LEAVE THIS MORNING + + + + + +

FOR TENNESSEE AND ++ HERE THEY. ARE.4 FELLOWS + GATOR BASEBALL TEAM\ LEAVES SUNDAY

TRIANGULAR + ------ FOR TWO GAME SERIES WITH 1ERCER T"1TAtLAHASSEETHlRTEEN
TO TAKE PART IN : AmX + Ward, C _......_..... White, C +

-._. ---- ---A........, Mahannah, Ib. .?___ Roach, 2b + MEN ON SQUAD
+ Bracken 3b .___
GORDON, JOHNSON =--=- Madison, SS *
AND ,FRIEDLANDER TO GOhe SWIM\ --HONG q TEAM + GrayF _____ ____ Blake, F + .
+ Wells, F. Carlton, F + IWEROTHOST UICHBOURG CONFIDENT ;

Gator Representatives Will Meet + Hartman, P.-_.. Liddon, P. + GATORS WILL- SHOW UP WELL",- 1:
Tennessee Team in Columbia and TACKLES MIAMI + Wallace, P.INTERCLASS + -
+ TO EDITORS LAST Hartman, Liddon and Wallace Will ;
South Carolina in Knoxville, Holding "
Each on Neutral Ground ON MARCH + + + + + + <- Do Mound Duty for the Florida f: '
24TH MONDAY MORNING Team, While Mercer Will Have One t
All-Southern and Two Regular
The University of Florida debating MEET Pitchers.
WATER
pam leaves this morning for Knox- SPORTS WILL REDEVELOPED

Ale cbatera, Tenn.of, where the University they will meet South the Team -. THIS YEAR NEXT SAT. ON FIELD NATIONAL ASSOCIATION EDITORIAL STOPS HERE Coach Gator Richbourg's ball players!scrappy leave Sundayfor bunchof

Has
larolina: in the triangular debate in Been Practicing Every Tallahassee, where will
they meet
Day at Newman's Lake Are Served With a Real Florida MealIn
Under
hich the three Universities, Florida. the FINAL SHOWDOWN BEFORE the he; fast Mercer team in a two game
Direction University Commons and
of Dr. Manchester
ennessee and South Carolina take Director TEAM series .
IS CHOSEN FOR GOODOn on Monday and Tuesday.
Cfveii a About
of Minor Sports. Rice| ; College
rt. I. Campus. These will be the first games! of the ,
The team from the University of Florida Staurday, :March 26th, the annual season and will show, in a measure, -
is
to have its first
ennessee comes here this year to ming team this and swim- inter-class track and field meet The City of Gainesville and the Uni- the kind of a ball club that the Uni- .
reet the University of South Carona. good material in school year at th$5 from the will b held. ToH wiU be the big versity of Florida were horored Mon versity will have this year. Practice -

IlL this way the debates are time there should be present track event of the year and the final dav with a visit of the, National Ed!;. every afternoon has put the
eld each year on neutral grounds. a winning bunchof show-down of all)! national before "-orial, Association, which held its annual squad in good shape, and there is no
Florida's team that will make the against representatives of when they go up meeting outside teams. In this event 1 meeting this year in the ancicn ,loubt but that the 'Gators will make
some the crack
rip to Knoxville is made up of H. the State.Training swimmersof prizes will be ffered: and there i:-. I -itv of Saint Augustine.The : i good showing for the University.
I. Friedlander and S. W. Cason, Jr. no question of, tlx- keen competitfan Chamber. of Commerce arranged Several changes have been made in
fr. Friedlander has had considerable has been very difficult that will be ntr.'tee by rthe contest : th* entertainment of the dis, the infield and they have seemingly
yperience in debating, havin'g' repre- this year, as has been the case ever ants. tineimhed visitors and one of the strengthened the team a great deal. d- .
ented the University in Inter-Col- since the establishment of the University It i ij the aim of I t. Atk'ncon to main attractions was a trip through At present the infield lineup finds ,

giate debates in years previous.e on account of the inadequate stage on the track and field of the U. the University grounds and a real! "Mil Ward' irr the receiving position
has also been prominent in foren- facilities for the development of Water -, of F. a meet between the. collegesof Florida meal in the University Con V. D. Mahannah on the initial sack.
ic circles here at the University of snorts. This season, however under th- State of Fl.:ride. If possible, : mor s. Three hundred and forty wen nences Roach covering second base',
orida. This i is, Mr. Cason's first the Minor Sports Committee, the school) may 'n.1 t! e track team I and women enjoyed this 'country Slacken, a new man this year at
ear in Inter-Collegiate debating, but practices have been held from time I to compete against Suwanee and other .Ie' banquet, the menu of which ch;rd and the veteran Bill Madison at
e has had a good deal of experience to time at Newman's lake, several Southern colleges when they meet in *.A* made u!> entirely of Florida fh"rt.facJison was shifted from the
i inter-society debates on the cam- miles from town. The men who arm Suwanee, Tenn., for the S. I._A. A. -rown products. outfield this year and looks good so
us. The two have prepared their de- roirg out for the team are all en- track meet.. I+ *s certain that we After the pangs of hunger we" far at short. Joe White will make
ate" very carefully, and are readyr thusiastic over the work and it look will be well represented Suwanee hormiphlv overcome Dr. A. A. l\I'lr- the trip as an extra receiver while
their opponents when the time as if the University will win a few when the S. T A A. track meet nhree, President of the University TJonry Gray Hoyt Carlton, Blake anJ
rrives. laurels this year in water sports. comes off.Time told the visitors of the wonderful Wells will chase flies in the outfield
The University of South Carolina I' Several good matches have been 1 will be on every Saturday rowth and development of the State i I Tre. old timers will have charge of
am is composed of Mr. W. C. Morn arranged, probably the bet of whic' afternoon and results noting improve- and its institution of higher learn- I'the nitching. George Hartman. -
and Mr. E. B. Smith. They are {I is to be held in Miami on the 24tho ment will be published in the Allip into On l\turnbrE'e> outlined the work (3fager), Lefty Liddoix and, Jim
oth new at the game, not having J this month. John Sherman, who tor. So far the best exhibitions have that has been dorte' to make the Uni- Wallace have been chosen by Coach
presented the University of South I was down there recentlv. made thereressary been demonstrated by Sollee in the "es ty of Florida one of the be** Rirhbourg to make the trip. "
arolia on any debating team prior arrangements for the trim pole vault, broad jump and hundred known colleges in the country, tellingof With such a formidable array of
> this date. Both are members ofe The Miami team is composed of man" yard dash. King is showing up exceedingly the humble beginning in 1905 wher- players the Mercer team will have to
crack swimmers who have made quitea well in the mile while Cox the 'Gators oat this
Euphradian Literary Society ande I there were only 103,students as com step lively to get .
reputed to be very strong and reputation for themselves in the in the half, Shepard in the quarter, Jared with the enrollment of 802 today vear. The Mercer team will also have
passive debaters. water meets around the Magic City. I j Anderson and Lennard in the 220 Through the workings of the three %jld men to do the hurling this
The question for the debate this Jack Sewell, a former Florida man J yard dash give the most premising Extension Division there is not a sin- season A newspaper clipping has the
fear is "Resolved: That the Smith- will probably be one of the membersof prospects to the school. gle county in the State that is not following to say regarding the team ,
owner bill should be adopted." Flora this aggregation, which will swim The track squad now consists of served bv some department of the a<* a whole and the pitching staff: i
has the negative at Tennessee. against the 'Gators down there. Be- Sollee for the 100-yard dash. Unive!" it". 'He further said that "A> everyone associated with Mercer -
fid the University representativesready nfles this trip to Miami, several other Anderson and Lennard for the 220- this erowth was only typical of the affairs knows, baseball is the ma-
to present all kinds of arguments ioumevs have been planned one to I yard dash. general trrowth and development of for sport at Mercer, and the teams
: ; that will influence the St. Heter burg on April' :30th, and H. Carleton. Perry, Lennard the.State at large, which is fast coming that Baptist College of Georgia have
possibly the S.. I. A. A. Tournament Friedlander, Sheppard, Todd for been credit to
dges in their favor. to the front as one of the leading had for years have a
Florida's other team which will which will come off later in the sea-- the 440-yard dash. agricultural and horticultural Statesin the school. Coach Josh Cody, his
urney to South Carolina to upholde sort! Cox, Stanley in the 8SO-yard dash. the Union. corps of assistants and upwards of
affirmative of the same question Among the men who are going ot>+ King, Cox, Hodges' in the mile. Mayor Adkins welcomed the editors 900 candidate, are determined that
rill consist of Mr. Harry Gordon andr. for the Florida team are: Sherman Sollee, Green md: Carleton, pole on behalf of the people of Gainesville this vear shall be no exception to the
r. C 1 Johnson. These men will Preece. The Barrs, Bumby, Weath- vault.. telling them of the great pleas- general rule"
eet the University of Tennessee in prwax. McDonald, Shubert, Savage. Hodges, Discus, Green, Jachn. nre and satisfaction that the people "There are three pitchers in the
olumbia at the same time as the Woodard, Coachman and Otis Green. | of the city and the Chamber of Com- Mercer camp this season that have
Several of these men are well know- + + + + + + + of service
her teams are debating in Gaines- r'erce had in their visit. seen at least one year on -
'De and Knoxville. Both of the mem- throughout the State for their abilitv + ;The 'Gators will meet the + Dr. Murphree introduced Mr. L. M the mound for the Orange and Black
ls of this team have had consider- 5r the water. Brumby hails fro-' + Phillies next Thursday and Fri- + Rhodes. State Marketing Commis- nine and who will more than likely
We experience in inter-society debatg Panama.'and holds the record for to' +'day in two practice games to be + i sioner whose headquarters are in shoulder the burden of the pitchingof F
'
and Mr. Johnson has representthe ,320 yard dash and also the fancy i played at 3 o'clock on these two + Jacksonville. Mr. Rhodes told of the the local college aggregation when
Unversity before in Inter-Col- inn championship for the canal State afternoons.. Admission will be + agricultural developments and possi- the season gets under way. These
the winner of the 50 and + free and every student will + bilities and that i Graybill and Lanier,"
Preece Stone.
giate debates. They should make a: iI'Ong j was presented figure men are
| combination and one which 100 yard events iIf- St. Petersburglast + have a chance to see the big + i j j f were a surprise even to the residents "Stone and Gravbill pitched for
pould bring home a victory for the year. + league in action and also note + i''of i this State of 78 marketable products Mercer their first time last year, and
of F. Osmonde Bie, from Tampa, has + the 'Gator prospects for the + ,i! in carload lots in the entire both were shining lights. Stone was

The team which they will meet in made quite a record there in both + season. fi Ur ted States, Florida grows and the unanimous selection for All-
is debate will be composed of Mr. ; swimming and diving, defeating many t 4 + Ling ',ships in carload lots. 62 of these. Southerri' by the various coaches and

. B. Long and Mr. Howard H. Bz:- good swimmers in South Florida dur- His figures were a revelation and scribes of the S. I. A. A. He was a
erThey are both old timers ate .. .- the past few years. John Sher- showed the real position that the general utility man, playing in the i #
* debating game, Mr. Baker being from the University of South Caro- man has a splendid record around Mi- State of Florida holds among the agricultural outfield third base and other positionson
e representative of the University i; lina will have a hard scrap before ami, and will give his fellowtownsmen States of the Union. the team. He was the only manta
f Tennessee in the debate with the : them when they meet together, as a hard fight when the 'Gators take Other speakers at the banquet in- hit within the charmed .300 circle F
niversity of Florida last year. have all had a great deal of experience them on, Barrs has gone beyond the I cluded Mr. G. E. Hosmer of the Jour- for the year. Stone is a Macon boy
The third combination which will they in the debating game. Southern record in an unofficial meet' nal at Bradentowr-, Fla., who is the and a member of the Sigma Nu fra-
'bate at the same time will be heard : These debates are held every year, and can be depended upon to hold his 'secretary* of the Entertanment Committee ternity. He was re-elected captain
fe the University Gymnasium, and and the 'Gator representatives have owrt with the best in the State im un-j of the Florida Press Associa- for the year." I
consist of representatives from made a considerable showing der water swimming. Scarboroughand Mon. 'Mr. Hosmer told of the storyof "Graybill suffered from a bad arm
e University of Tennessee and the always arrayed against some of the McDonald are also showing up, the wonderful community enter- much of last year and failed to h this
'niversity i Of South Carolina. These when colleges in the South, and well in the workouts, which Dr. Manchester rise and co-operation exhibited by stride until later in South Georgia }
en. Mr. Chas. R. Morse and B. E. strongest should no exceptionto director: of Minor Sports at,the citizens of Gainesville in the con- ball, where he pitched in fine form.
prove
Nsett from Tenn., and Mr. G.JEI. ; this the year general rule. the University of Florida, is putting struction of the Tourist Camp Site He hails from Oconee ana came to i\
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\ittowsky and Mr W., F. _Parker # .: ... j them through daily. (Continued on Page Eight) Continued on page 2 .I

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II THE MATERIAL VALUE 1\1 ". ILL
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I OF THE R. O. T. C.UNIT
( TO THE UNIVERSITYOF ,! ; COMPAN'

"! FLORIDAIt DROFIN 1 WILSON

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-Service
is known to very few students in 1L is
t the University and practically no one OTTO F. STOCKTailor

out side of the Board of Control and !

faculty what the Reserve Officers' "GAINESVILLE'S FOREMOST SHOPPING CENTER
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Training Corps means to the University -
in a material way. It is readily
Featuring
,
Alteration Cleaning. Pressing
admitted
I and acknowledged that the

: ; R. O. T. C.- unit is..of great value to Phone 354 Gaines,file Fa.asfauffififfiffiHaaaira .
Store
I the University, especially a unit I Everything That a Good Department Should

i which has earned for the University
: the grade of distinguished college, I 1 .. 'i -I

: from the War Department, in publicity
: j morals within the cadet bat- !f !fi! :nit! -

talion and education along military +
; lines, but the actual material value
I I' is far above the highest estimate that I J
'?I E the causal observer would make. University students, by patronizing

t To begin with the number of students i the White House Dining Room, may THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

1 I + _,- affected by the outlay of cash enjoy the satisfaction of knowing ml f

and material in the University of they have the finest service and most ih
I Florida by the United States Govern Basement Language Hall liC
l delicious food on the market.
-_ ,. ment totals 270 of which 235 are NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIONERY If
:, 4 taking the Baricor preliminary course Table d'Hote 'meals, $1.00. Parties YiIi LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS, FRESHMAN CAPS ||
i and the remaining thirty-seven are and Banquets by special arrange- MEMORY BOOKS. ETC.
taking the advanced course. ment. For table reservations Phone Everything For the StudentDORAN'S i
1 The total credits given in both Yi No. 295. !R
I courses'lead to a commission in the ,
': Reserve Corps as Second Lientenant I .
; and in a few cases without examination The White House Dining oom jjj _ t

: to a second lieutentancy in the Gainesville's Social Center. i
\ Regular Army. 4 .
The total number of officers pro '
fessors and assistant professors, assigned I. iarRfWffiWffiHafraHiKffifiiffi&ra !I BICYCLE SHOPEast
,I; to the unit is three. The year ; ! ! !fi I Main Street .;

I ly cost to the government for the
1 FOR BICYCLES ACCESSORIES and REPAIRS
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'5$$
i pay. quarters, light and heat, for ,
!: I these officers amounts to exactly $12- l
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632.04. The total number of noncommissioned [I DICK REIDModes .
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officers (instructors) .
assigned to the unit is three. The [ j of the Moment !x ; -- -- .. -

:; actual cost to the government for the [t! 505 Franklin Street, -Tampa, Florid I JOHNSON'S PHARMACY I?'
I light, heat, quarters, allowance and Hats $ Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods
Clothing
I rations and pay for these three -Furnishings I We Guarantee Personal Attention to Prescriptions.Only .
commissioned officers is exactly non-$6I ,- _! ! Y Y Yi I Purest Drugs Used. Low Prices. Quality Guaranteed

I U36.H7.This. ------- -- -' -- -- Gainesville Florida.
: i M to recapitulate is that the MEETING OF COSMOPOLITANCLUB. FLORIDA MEN JOIN EXTENSION.

;i teaching force of the Department of DIVISION STAFF. .- swiwwwr..w.ws. --
Military Science and Tacties actual- Students Assist in Offices.A ...w ..owewoI -.. .. .... .-. -.

J I S ly costs the government $18,668.91 a The regular semi-monthly meeting t
I d: I year. of the Cosmopolitan Club was held number of itmdents at the Uni- tt

,! : The government furnishes every Saturday, March 12th. versity of Florida have joined the I t GREENLEAF& CROSBY COMPANY :
man in the Basic Course and the advanced After a short business session, an staff of the General Extension Division j
1 :L course a uniform at a cost interesting program ensued.An and are serving in various capacities J "Noted for Quality"
of $25.00 per year, which equals extreme pleasure was accorded in the office: .

,; $15,000. the club in having one of its esteemed :Mr. A. R. Caro, of Pensxcola. (Es- j jI Diamonds, Fine Jewelry, China, Cut Glass and Silverware
The students in the advanced honorary members present, Dr. Leake, I cambia County' ), ii doing secretarial 1 1t

i 55 course receive from the government who very kindly consented to addressthe t work for the Bureau of Extension 104 \Vest Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.
; l commutation of rations at 53 cents organization. He took for his Teaching. j
per day. This totals $5,632.30* subject "Of What Does an Education J. A. Winfteld. of Live Oak, (Sa- Selection Packages Sent on Request

"F The value of government equipment Consist?" The admirable manner in wanee County), has charge of equip I t Class Pine, Rings, Medals, Trophies. '

i A which is furnished the University which it was presented showed the remarkable ment.
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free for training purposes, such versatility and logical argu- B. 0. Smith, of BlounttUwn, ,!,

as rifles, target material, machine ment as well as an oratorical finish Calhoun County), has charge of the .. .... --_- -. -- 4II 4II N
guns, automatic rifles, trench mortors for which Dr. Leake is known. printing done for the General Ex- .
I 37 military tension Division .in the ..Alligator
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"- guns engineer mapping The club was very much gratifiedto
I out fits, signal property, office sup learn of the success of its petitionto Print' Shop. For Goody ats arc First. Clan icm'ce i ccnc ic the (
: I plies, etc., amounts to $24,029.68. the Corda Fratres Association' of 'P. L. Peaden, of Milton, (Santa
'I In the final recapitulation the total Cosmopolitan Clubs, in that it was Rosa County,) has charge of up-t A. C. L. LUNCH ROOMOne

j c. in actual outlay of money and material accepted as an associate chapter of plies.B. .
I' is $63,330.89, or an average the affiliation. W. Ames, Kissimmee.. (Oi-
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Door
North A.
cost of $69.14 per year per student. This is an international associationof ceola County,) and E. E. Jones, of C. L. Depot

I The commutation of rations to the I considerable renown, and a chapter Ft. Myers, (Lee County), have chargeof .. .
advance the mailing room and are assisted -- -- -- ... -- 4I
1 cost amounts to approximately exists in every institution of higher 4II 4II
j $200 per year which enables education of importance in the Unit- by C. H. Baker, Jr., of Jacksonville, t tI I

I 1 ; ; many students to finish their courses ed States. A nearby chapter is located I (Duval County), C. J. Lester, of Kis-, ,II
i { without interuption. I simmee, (Osceola County), and W.
I at the University of Georgia.
r. J;[ Bullock, of Arcadia, (DeSoto It I I AUTO SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES
1 YOU HAVE WRITTEN POEMS! That the Corda Fratres, saw fit to County). "

: Do you care to have them revised place Florida ori its chapter roll ,

: I ,' or constructively dritisicfed by successful shows the regard it has for our Uni- bASE. BA LL TEAM LEAVES SUNDAY I GOODYEAR and AJAX

: authors? If you do then versity as an ideal institution for for- (Continued from Page One) i TIRES AND TUBES
x send us your manuscript (stories, Mercer from the University. He is I SAVE-SERVE-SATISFY .
students. '
ti i articles, or poems). We will criti- eign a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity I '.j' k

S cise and place them should they ." :r; Gainesville Auto :
i. i 1 _i prove to be acceptable for publication.I The members of the Pi Kappa '"Roland Lanier, the third man, wasnot I Supply Company

t i y S There is no actual charge for our Alpha Fraternity were the hosts at at Mercer last season. but spent I I
services. If, however, you have not' his first year at the local institution
an informal dance given last Thurs- ,
: previously enrolled with the advisory a year previous, toiling with Luther .. t
department of this association, we day evening after the show. Bloodworth as the only pitchers in 4II ..
f request that you enclose the initial The affair was one of joy and school. He was a great little pitcher -". T. = -'.;;- ..._

: fee of two dollars, which we must ask I merriment. The Florida Five ren. despite trouble with a knee hurt dur-

1 of each new contributor. There is no !; dered marvelous music and dancing ing the football season. Roland Qolsou Land
additional expense, no future obliga-i' hails from Cuthbert, Ga., and is a Company
was participated in until a late hour.
: tion. member of the Sigma Nu fraternity."
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t .> It must be realized that we can only From this article it cart easily be Improved Farms of all sizes
I Please enclose return postage with what the All sorts of City Property
'Gators
seen will
be of aid to those of serious intent. be up
At
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If you do mean to strive for literary your communications. against when the umpire calls!!! >lay Buyers rIght PrIces and reasonable terms ,

i K success, we can help you in many NATIONAL LITERARY ball Monday in the capital city. should consult--them before making a :
ways. Our services are yours untilwe ASSOCIATION I However, they can be depended uponto choice o property i,

have, actually succeeded in marI 131 W. 39th St ,_ give a good account of themselvesand Heeopposite A. C. L, Depot Pheat HJ
I : keting at least one of your masuEcripts. New York City make a showing that will be a i\
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LUE OF AN EDUCATION THE SPHERE OF WOMAN\ ---- -- ---- .. -- --- J

-# 'FARR THE BRAVE AND. THE'STAR

j ere can be no great and lasting They talk about a woman's sphere, LITERARY K ..Tt;1.l"y.s, j JOHN MARSHALL ,. a _

p without u&piration."-Emerson As though it has a limit; Many and many'inpons. ago,' :

There's not a place in earth or heaven' SOCIETY HOLDSSNAPPYMEE11NG When the red man roamed o'er the SOCIETY MEETS 4

to all of the There's land \ '
a mistake put not a task to mandkind ; 4
given
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.' on the value of an educa- There's not a blessing or a woe There was a tall and handsome'brave, TOSTIRUPPEP

for after all, of what use is an There's not a whispered "Yes", or The strongest in his tribal band. ,
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tion if one lacks the inspirause "No/

it? In every communityfind There's not a life, or death, or birth,I I Society Plans 1 to ntertain Arts {and The maidens sighed and) smiled at President Crofton Delivered an i

men educated beyond That has a feather's weight of worth Sciences College With a Smoker to him, I Inspiring Spearh in Which he Out- ,

intelligence. And in spite of Without a woman in it.-Ex., Be Given in the Near Future. They cast their dark eyes on his lined the Ideals and Purposes of :

ct that they are walking ency- form; the Society."f
TRYOUTS FOR Ar.d when he came, rich from the
have to lean INTER-SOCIETY -
'as, they upon Tom Wallis and Otis Green f
member of the family for sup- the past week-end at their spent i DEBATES NEXT MONDAY EVE! chase, PROGRAM COMMITTEE TELLS ;
home :
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fnot because they lack education, Ocala. I Each one allured him with her charm. OF PLANS FOR THE YEAR F

imply because the divine spark Representatives Will be Chosen Thento -

spiration has never kindled Winthrop Robinson Debate the Lawyers for the But beauteous maid could win him Entire Society is Pleased With Showing -
made his week-
enthusiasm into a burning ly trip to Ocala Faculty Loving Cup. not, Made by the John Marshall
Miss Gallic being the guest,of He cared not for the spoils of :war; Representatives in the Debate
Gissindaner. J
(W. Russell King, Reporter) His thoughts were all on just one With the Engineers.At .

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The Farr Literary Society, in session thing- "

......................... :' on Monday evening, transacted He loved the distant evening star. regular session of John Mar-

much business besides giving an interesting shal Debating society held last Satur-
Each day when dusk o'er took the Hon. Curtis L. Croftin
program. The carnival day, presi-
IMERIEAN SHOE REPAIR ,committee reported that the society land, dent of the society, opened the meet-
COMPANY I will be And sunset cast her glories far; with and
well represented, as plans are ing a very strong impressive -
AND SHINE PARLOR well under way for a successful He wandered to a tow'ring cliff, speech on the purposes and inten-
for his star.
To watch sweet evening
event. The pennant committee gave tions of the society In some of the

j a report, submitting several designsfor former meetings a tendency had been .

Geo. Tampas and Louis Eliades, Proprietors $ i acceptance. A committee of He loved it with a burning love, displayed on the part of some mem-

115 West Main Street North-Phone 139. Messrs. Friedlander, Sole and Thompson That lovely maid could never know; bers to take advantage of the con-

J. V. Blume, Agent; Room 31 Buckman : was appointed to decide from Each night'he stood and watched, it stitutional provisions and parliamentary -

linoniDa. Florida these designs. rise, rules to rush through a motionto

t It was suggested that some films With gleaming light and mellow glow. adjourn before the meeting had

be procured from the General Ex- dispensed with its business and program.

.......................4...... tension Division to stage a show for One night he could not go away, In this speech by the president -

... .. the society. The committee on en- : His star was more than wond'rousfair he appealed to the conservative
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tertanment was instructed to draw ;- element of the society to in all future,

up plans for a social to be. given to : The chilly dews and frosts of night, occasions stand up for the welfare of

the Arts and Science College in the Came down and slew him sleeping the society and it was manifestly cer '

I Itnd near future. Mr. Stein is chairmanof there. fain that all members present were

this committee. Mr. Stein also delivered impressed by this presentation the

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a very interesting talk on matter by the president and in the ,
But Manitau in pity kind,
t ; db c the approaching debate, which shall future it can safely be stated that the
t ain I "aught him up in the sky above;
determine whether or not the Farr I ma.nrity of the members will on all
Transformed him to a shining 'star,
I Lits will have permanent possessionof I occasions be ever working for John
And wed him to, his only love.ALBERT .
The Smile Follows the Spoon the cup. He aroused the interestof LAMONS Marshall first, last and forever.

t each member so that an excellent The committee on program throughits

\ t representation is expected at the next chairman, Mr. Peacock, outlinedthe

'- 1 I. intentions of the com-
HEARD AT BIBLE STUDY CLASS program
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society was
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Standard and PopularMusic
an instructive, interesting enter-
"And he and touched the be-be-
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bi-bi-bir-what the devil is that? taining programs, and it is assured
that all programs in the future will
Beer?
..nIi be for the upbuilding of John Mar-
Pianos ..-
sail and the instructiveness of its
meeting, when preliminaries are to beheld
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THE NEW YORK RACKETAgent members. ..
Players for the final debate Every mem-
The society enthusiasticover
ForFlorsheim ber is urged to put all their efforts was very
the recent victory of its'' debating
Grands ;: into helping the society to have the -
Shoes. team the Engineers and
over new
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best available material to meet the
;
xx instilled in the members
Piano TuningPhonographs energy was
opponents in the contest for the cup.
with a desire and determination to
ffififfiffiffiffiiffififfiffifi The society decided to send the cup
$ $$$$$$ $ receive a victorious decision over the
to Jacksonville to havte the name
"Farr Lits" our next opponents.
and date of the winners of last ,
! !fifi! $$ !f; Pathe it. yearon After a very interesting program

consisting of a debate on the questionof
BurnswickHenryWolf's The secretary reported a sum of
"Resolved That the
appropriationof
over a hundred dollars on the account -
.1 of the society. $1,500 by the City of Gainesville
ameras Films DevelopingMILLER'S for the benefit of the Tin Can Tourist
The business meeting was followedby
Jubilee was unwise inso far as ad- .;
., the program:
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vertisement to be derived therefrom
Talk President-elect Harding'scabinet
y; is concerned,"' in which the negative
; 'AtI by R. L. Stanley.
Music Co. presented by Messrs. Clark and Mc-
Debate: "Resolved: That coeducation -
:" Quillard received decision
a over
is desired at the University of
Messrs. Philpot and Cares. Both
Florida. The affirmatives won,
i 319 E. Main St. sup sides presented
I very strong argu-
ported by T. P. Winter and B. O.
meats, arid it is evident that the
{
y: Smith. Negatives were V. M, Brad-

1\nsso Eastman and Ansso Agents for Carry Your Old Hats to shaw and R. M. Mason. Mr. Brad- judges had some difficulty in'arriv- ;:

NEW YORK HAT CLEANERSto shaw substituted the absent participant ing at a decision.
!f them Messrs. Caro and Lougghn then

Cameras Films Browns Developing, I Cleaned, Blocked have and Made New For the next meeting, the program rendered a very beautiful selection ina

i Candy, Confectionery and will be waived in favor of preliminaries violin duet, after which the society_

!iI Cigar Store in Connection for the inter-collegiate debate. adjourned. The spirit of co-opera-

I Imported Greek Candy, 75c. lb. Material for this debate may be foundon tion of the members in this meetingwas
noticeable and the attendance was
.. M. BL1ZIOTES, Prop. reserve at the library. Every
Welt Main Street Next A. C. L member is expected to take part. exceptionally good.
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t < i t r Official Publication of Student Body of University of Florida MAN'S EXPKRICNCE WITH !Ii You can't beat these values:

1 : t ; Office and Press: Basement Language Hall. law
; ,- BAKING OF A CAKE. p !
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t suits unOld--tbey'ye Bart 8caner
STAFF our odd 1

I : HERBERT FORD ?. _.._........-... EDITOR-IN-CHIEF We're Mark finest cleaning spits\ up for this fall' purch se-mode18, stoma, ,
I In the Won en' Memo Quid men I and more conservative atria:
Recipe stubs--young
t TRUMAN GREEN ? MANAGING EDITOR ; regulars 1 and -

: HORACE LOOMIS __....,....,...,......... ASST. MANAGING EDITOR Was Simple EnO'iogh, but the Result ifiI These clothes cost more to,tailor, priced$32.50 ergseE

; : H. M. FRIEDLANDER ._ BUSINESS MANAGER Wa Far From Sat
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L M. STEIN ._-__----_- ..._.'___ ASST. BUSINESS MANAGER isfactory.T (
; : I to $48.50m
I think it acid & slow ovex." said
i R. B. HOSKINS HAROLD KLOCK MURRAY COHEN
the spattered
the man. He knelt on
GLOVER MILLER F. O. SPAIN JR. PETE HARRIA. '
kltoh** floor and peeped Into the
t t oven "WfcmTa ttnmdera a slow ewe!!. 1 5 FORMALLY

MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT anjrwatyf m 5. .
O. SMITH A. T. MOORE As h. looked within the oreo began jfiS :1.< *8000i
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a cttrlooa' movement, and he watched it $57.50M ._". .


1 Entered at Gainesville, Fla., postoffice as Second Class mail matter. f&scinatad.Something In a square pan. had been f .!f.... ..
f i Subscription: $1.50 the year. """* ballooning out several inches, and even ; i I II
l as ha looked it began to recede, even !ifi I II I

._ as a bubble crows smaller when a I

t. i I child from the cautiously spool with removes which a finger it U x Wolf Brothers I

NATIONAL LITERARY AND DEBATING
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLICINFORMATION blown.
j I I't .
I FRATERNITY INSTALLED IS AT WORK "Huh!" said the man; "that'i !K .
BY U. OF F. funny. Then It occurred to him thata

\' An impetus will be given literaryand Established by General Extension draft of cold air had struck his cake |

I debating circles of the University Division to Help Florida PeopleTo causing it to fall, and he hurriedly TAMPA FLAW S
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of Florida Saturday evening, Mar. slammed the oven door and heaped ,
wood on the fire,In order that it rise
1th, when the Delta Omega, a local assist in finding answer to a again: ;
% debating fraternity, will be mergedinto hurdPNl' And W
one perplexing problemsties It is not necessary to say the maa
a greater organization and will of Florida, the General Extension was alone. It might be well to say !fi I II I

become a national fraternity Some Division{ of the University of Floridahas however, that his womankind had
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months ago it applied? for membershipin established a clearing house for gone off on a naIl, and lest some 1 sraffiffittfiKfsyaaaRiHHira; ;! ; ygffi; ;!

the Alpha Phi Epsilon, a national all kirds of information. In speak- I think him insane, to state that he had

debating and literary fraternity. The ing of the work. B. C. Riley, Directorof been reading recipe in the Women's i Y;! !
Home Guide until his tongue hung
'" application hs been approved anl. the General Extension Division, -
out.The !fi
charter granted.
says; \ Home Guide in
was explicit saying .eon
The national headquarters of the "In dealing with questions it is the that such a cake was easy to

Alpha Phi Epsilons are at the Uni- purpose of the bureau to acquaint the I make, and the man searching the 'gj You Can Lead a Cork to Water but

versity of Tennessee, Knoxville. The inquirer with his rights in asking for I kitchen, found all the ingredients.The .
University of Tennessee is sending a nformation and to put him in touch temptatoln wag too treat, and'I jg You Cannot Make]f it Sink

debating team here to debate againstthe '"i'b the Agencies that can help him. he began making a cake I cfi *

University of South Carolina on The General Extension Division will far It he should had been have very been careful.a food True cake,, II \\i Don't l let t this suit value we are going to tell
Friday evening, March 18th. One of 1''": attempt to answer questions con-

Tennessee's debaters, Mr. Morse, the cerning agriculture and home economics been be .nonlda't. a tablespoon remember and the a difference teaspoonfaluntil \\ you about float on your imagination on but let it

national president of the Alpha Phi because these questions are he had put three ta le8pool1- | sink in mind until you find'out that seeing AfI
1 Epsilon, will have charge; of to1. :en care of by the agricultural col- faa of baking powder in-heaping) I your ,

1 the initiation ceremony which will be '""e and experiment station; neither spoonfuls-but. as everybody knows, I S is believing. Absent treatment wont get you one

1 held in the fraternity rooms on the will it be possible for the division to that should make the cake lighter
third floor of the Law Building! take up questions which would ordin- One of the eggs looked a bit pale) rand !'i E of these anvool Kisc ba im flannel suits i n

Fraternal representatives will also be arl3T! involve the necessity of hiringan using washed only two out,and and he he had rejected added a that lit., i! [jj cither single or.doubte trusted: style at $25

in attendance from -Rollins; College attorney" an engineer or some spec tie the j
to
sugar quantity, because he, cfi .
I and Stetson University isll! t who-must be on V, job in or- liked cake sweet But, generally speak-:1 I K -' b J
Following the initiation a banquet der to handle the situation. Questions tug he had made the cake according te l

i will be held, at which the local mem- comirtr through the division!' must be directions.He .

bers of the Alpha Phi Epsilon, the more or less oi a pe-*"''! nature; cautiously opened the open again, J 1 Bointtt The Clothierr&R5mS&WRR II

visiting officers anti delegates from nevertheless nvc?' information in the and with a cloth jerked the cake out i ..

-Tennessee, Rollins and Stetson, and form of bulletin circulars: and let- and slammed it on the table. Thee ....... l v"" ---"i1 !iioW'
he stood back and looked
at It. Something
some members of the faculty of the *en will DP seur-d JHt: division I was wrong, that was certain.It } ;! \ ; ;iti; fil Yiytyl '!fifi-! i iyt
University will be present. Mr. L and unolied di-ytly to the individual : I
was of a curious dun color, andhad *
i C. Crofton will be toastmaster. -fouostincr the information as well as a.great; bulge In the middle, while I ffiftKJ nKRRRftf

It is thought that the organ 1'atIo- direct answers to questions which cane all about the bulge was a dip like a I. :i I

of a local chapter of the Alpha Phi taken care of by the force of spec- surrounding valley. Also the edges ]! '

Epsilon Honorary Literary and De- Dalits found on the campus of the unk were not dun color, but black., The I x| TARR FURNITURE-'CO. Inc. |
baitng fraternity will mean much to "prsitV or the State College for bottom also was black, though much of I j ,

/, S literary and debating activities' of the Women.All the black stuck to the pan. '
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University of Florida, and the mem- kinds of questions concerning Then the man tasted his cake. Yes, Tampa,

: bers, already have in' mind some plans 'ommunity.development. public serv- something was wrong. It was soft as
library paste and gummy beyond be- 5j Sales Agents For
S 5, toward this end and will strive to ice and welfare have already passed e

make it really a valuable asset to the through the hands of the extension def.The man did not hesitate. He opened [j Berkey and Gay Furniture, Globe Wernicke Sectional Boot

1 University and the State. division staff and have been answeredfor the back'' door and
cast! the cake
T
The charter. members are as. follows neople living in Florida or those into outer darkness, and with diligence [j Cases, Aeolian, Vocalion, Pathe Phonopragph. Napanee Kitj j

: President, Roy L. Driggers; interested in the State. Since the establishment began washing up the dishes, for x|j{ chen Cabinets, Belding Hall Refrigerators Aerolux Porch j
Vice President, J. F. Merrin; Secre- of the extension division there were dishes that ecemed: to in-

> tary, S. C. Peacock; Treasurer, H. C. '.st October, many people have gotten flute cake that! he had been tying to make I!Ii Shades, Premo-Eclipse Gas Ranges, Domestic Science Fireless \ -j
ft and the
S 54 Johnson; Alto Adams, S. W. Cason, the impression that general extension in the morning. folks would be .back i Cookstoves, Robinson Rodgers fc"Restweir Bedding. j 1
D. L. Leisher, F. H. work consists mainly of correspond- I II
Crofton.
L. C. And
I I when all was clean, he lighted J Office Furniture Floor China UI
Mellor, O. H Norton and Maurice Tce study; however, many other ac- his pipe and took up a magazine Ii] I Coverings, :Draperies t : ,

Stein vities have been started and several Cake Not much. He never wanted I j Glassware, Window Shades, Awnings.
-"ort time." I Ii to see a cake again I
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COMMUNITY CENTER BUREAU ,Ii i i The Magazine was not the Women's i
Worn
Guide.
-Qalveston News
ESTABLISHED
> lends among other things: I -
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1 General Extension: Division Will' Plays and Recitations- KSZKKKSSf !RY RYfi;! Yi !fi
For adult amateurs.
'Assist Schools and Communities : >"** 0' __ ,
For schools. .
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For children.
t A School and Community Center Depend Wholly on Coffee
j 'Bureau has been established by the For special occasions. Coffee is the great staple producedby
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Debator's Handbooks; for high the. civilized Inhabitants of LIberia -
Extension Division of
Ferula.University This bureau is designo-l school children. and most of the planters are ennantt, Pillowt ,opt, Skull Caps
Story Books; for grade children. totally den"" dent on it When the
1 : primarily to give assistance to those Educational Magazines, for teachers market -price of coftee is so low that To'-Order'
who realize that public recreation is the yield will not pay the cost of _
List of Books, for children of all
k; one of the greatest needs in our communities labor and marketing and leave a mal'i i ; Only Pennant Shop .
i ; and to give assistance to grades. gin sufficient for the needs of the : '.: _
I The open forum where questionsof planter the plantations
are neglected
) tearhfr- in developing the schoolhouse Is. In
community interest may be discussed and as there is no other crop to faQ Florida
the community center, a JI
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as is encouraged. Assistance In back on, a period of economic deprea $
r place where people will get together,
organizing forums will be given and Riga ensues. PicketBlde.i .
where co-operation and good will I
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matertl l for discussion and infor
I will)' be born and much profit to the
mation on all subjects that may ba :For information address: B. C, t j Gainesville Florida

State result. i of interest or benefit to individualsor 1 RILEY, Director General Extension.
; Through this bureau the 'Division communities will be furnished. I Division, Gainesville, Florida. i
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THE METHODIST BARRAGA CUSS * .. NINE NEW MEN ARE The to National be held Southern at Belleair Air ,Tournament March- ;E

: SOCIETY 26, 27, and 28. promises to be one of
INITIATED INTO the most interesting flying events
Invites you to attend its sessions every Sunday + BY T. F. WEST, Jr. .. held in America since the ending cf

morning at 9:30.: o LEGAL FRAT. FRI. the World War. Business men of the

We study PRACTICAL PROBLEMS + fI. + e + e.e + South are greatly interested in thetouma.n'Mit.

Governor Cat"i'Hardee,
wing to your Social, Moral, and Economic life PHI DELTA PHI-LEGAL FRAT of Floral": will be asked by *iv.. committee s

Visit us once; you will comeagain. S. A. B. DANCE INITIATION CEREMONIES in charge of arrangements to .

issue a proclamation calling the
Cars will be out from -
town to take
Lets all you in The Florida Upsilon Chapter of the Judge T. B. Byrd and Judge H. F. State's attention to the threo days
go Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity were Stewart Alumni Members Are of the tournament and the necessity

the hosts at a delightful dance givenIn Taken Into Local Chapter of Great o* getting behind aviation. f
the university gymnasium last Fri- Legal Fraternity With Seven University Army and Navy fliers will be in
day evening. Men.Considerable. charge of the aerial events. Major

.................. The dance was characterized by de- Ralph Royce, in command of Cans
., Hghtful informality and a general' excitement prevailedIr. trom Field at Arcadia Fla., the army

good time which made it a grand suc- the College of Law on Friday base station. will supervise .the

eest. morning when L. C. Crofton, Otis "vents.!! The event talked abut m*stfi .

The spacious hall was very attractively Whitehurst Check Byrd, John Car- connection" with the tournament ishp

.# decorated with the fraternity ter. Clyde Vining, Oscar Norton and Southern Air Terhv.) rnce of

banner and college pennants. Johnny Hall appeared at their classes inn miles through the air, open to nib

; 4.;.. In the middle of the ball room floor ;i11 full dress. No reasons could be 'ra'ces! of airplanes.The .
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was stationed a picked orchestra from obtained from the gentlemen themselves nr(' eT1t-<1"V' traveler to FlorMi .

Jacksonville led by John Icenhour, to account for their unusual ap- arriving at TVIleair. Miami, Palm .
A Good Place to Eat formerly a member of the "Original nearance. but various explanations t* a,h or nr** of the other resorts i Is t

University Jazz." were noised around. Mr. Crofton being **.., rh surmised! bv the frequency :

Dancing was enjoyed until a late a member-elect of the Legislature with which' the question is askodr

hour. Fruit punch and ice cream it was suggested he was ac- "P-id vou come bv air?"

cones were served throughout the ouiring experience in dressing as a Tf the answer is In the affirmative,

evening. Representative: Mr. Norton being a tVi*> usual Inoniries are made" about
Those participating in the evening's member of a firm which is continually Hip weather whether the plane" arrived -

Alachua Restaurant enjoyment besides the local society snringipcr new ideas on the unsuspecting on time etc., and then the ronvpCttior '-
and Lunch
i Boom contingent were Misses Collie Gis- students it was hazarded) concerning the trin clones with'"

FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN sindaner, Jessie De Horn, Christine! that this was the beginning of an uplift th" bripf observation to which you
Close, Sarah Home and others from movement having as its goal the agree. "It's certainly the only way to

Half a Block from Atlantic Coot Lint Depot Ocala. passage of a rule requiring all stu- travel these days." .f .

The patronesses were Dr. and Mrs.J. tf'T'ts to appear at classes In full

i 607 lafatnfll.J1erfi M. Farr, Prof and Mrs. Cody, Mrs. ,tress! However it finally leaked out The State offers all citizens regardless .

G. S. Ramsey, Mrs. F. F. McCormick that the men named were pledges of I of age or previous advantages, an
and Mrs. De Hon of Ocala. the Phi Delta Phi (Legal) fraternity.
to get education by
opportunity more
'n'1 wearing this extraordinary ap-I
SIGMA NU DANCE n"rpl was the beginning of their correspondence study through the

Initiation. I General Extension Division V>f the .
The rats of the Segma Nu Frater- Tn the afternoon a curious parade?I University of Florida, at Gainesville. #
nity were the hosts at a dance given wad seen wending its way down Un -

R RaBlE IS THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERFOR last Saturday evening in honor of the '.""gUy avenue. At its head was When your school, club or church
THE UNIVERSITY FLORIDA old men. John Carter in cadet's uniform with
desires to put on a program, write
The guests began to wend their A large star proclaiming him "Spec-
for to the General Ex-'
way to the place of merriment about ial Cop, No. 13." He was followed K'isgestlons:
nine-thirty and dancing was enjoyed hv a hardtail from the University tension Division, University of Flor-

: until the mid night hour. Farm, ridden by Check Byrd and da, at Gainesville. .

The hall was'attractively decorated hitched to a small express wagon,
a fraternity banners and college wherein rode Clyde Vining in pristine .

I pennants. glory, and following were two other
While in
Jacksonville Beautiful music was rendered by mules on which rode Johnnv Hall Os- Total

the University orchestra and fruit *XT Norton Otis Whitehurst and L. Bunnell M. F. ____.'_"_"'-_"..'_.... 187 I'
punch was served throughout the C. Crofton. Norton wore the clothes Hiatt, C. R .......__._._..:L..... 186 ,
evening. of. a small bov the remaining" riders Russell, F. M. .._.__...........__ 186 .

i_ l lo Besides the Gainesville social contingent wore their native farm garments, and Mobley, R. II. .__.........._ 183 '. '
I a number of visiting young an experienced eve would quickly Cawthop. L. F. _.__.......'-. 181 ...

ladies and gentlemen were present. have catalogued them as plow boys 'Davis. O. R.Friedlander ........--.._..._... ISO,

The patronesses were Prof. and however, several inexperienced persons H. M. _.....__... 176
heard to remark the Brown, T. R. ......______,172 ,.:, .
Mrs. Cody Lt. and Mrs. Atkinson were on
Qn rod e Mr. and Mrs., Blacklock Mrs. Hollin-, various means of locomotion used by Bradshaw, V. M, :....__..__. 171 i

the Tin Can Tourists. Babson, J. C.Total. _......_._........__. 161 .
rake and Prof. Reed. t
NE HUNDRED DEPARTMENTS After the parade the pledges and .

I members the fraternity assembledat ..._...__......_._..........1783
S. A. E. BANQUET of
their rooms in the Law College and This is a good showing and one :
alb taster t that should win from Georgia Tech \
initiation
the
I ceremony was gone
The Sigma Alpha Eplison Fraternity .
thru. In addition to those: named. in such a match.
held their annual
banquet at the I
Ward wishes to announce
B. of ?Monticello and Major
Judere T. Byrd
Do Our White House last Saturday eveningIn
Own Lens Grindin. honor the anniver. Judure F. H. Stewart of Femandina, that the exam. for commissions ag
of sixty-fifth initiated. 2nd. Lts. in the regular army will beheld
Alumni members
No sary of the S. A. E. Fraternity. were
Delay shortly and interested _
After the initiation ceremonies, the every one
About fifty members were presentand students member and alumni
the White House. faculty -
chapter repaired to
the evening' was one of enjoy-
can get detailed information from
banquet thor-
where wasenjoyed
Coles & Bon.an ,I ment. Tony Rogero's orchestra furnished outrhlv a by each member. the Professor of Military Scienteand
selections dur.
some delightful will in
Tactics. Exemptions be given
The active members of this fra-
ing the early part of the evening.
elementary subjects wher ethe applicant -
terr'ity are: F. H. Mellor Wm. J.
Optician! Gainesville l Florida Special feature selections were given Bivens, W. M. Madison. W E Thompson can show that they satisfactorily
by the S. A. E. quartette, also by T. Wardis
passed them in College Major
J. A. Franklin, T .H. Carltoii,
A. Otto and Miss Anna Conova. The
4I < Check in a position to give exact infor-
M. H. Whitehurst. Byrd,
addresses for ,the occasion were delivered all
mation as to all exemptions and
Hall L. C.
... Clyde Vining. Johnny ,
't* by Dr. Crandall, E. B. Hampton examinations
MI. who intend to take the
...: IA.Y\. Crofton, Otis Whitehurst, Oscar Nor
and J. H. Klock.A .
should him.
... i i:1 ton and John Carter. see r
number of the Alumni were pres- The following men have been recom-
ent; John Johnson and C. M. Mann mended for Reserve Corps Commissions -

THE BON TON of Jacksonville; L. E. Patch and L. for several airplanes for use duringthe which are based on the assump-

f, 1 B. Tribble of Ocala; P. R. Me- field meet which is planned for tion that they satisfactorily complete -

Refreshment Paflfji i. Mullen of Largo; Herman Mann of that week. their college courses: McCoy
Winter Haven, and W. B. Ship of Last Saturday" the University of Hubbard, G. S. Thomas, D. B. Knight,
Miami. Florida R. O. T. C. division fired D. F. Christiance, L. J. Tatom, Chas.
Complete Line of Fraternity Stationery against Georgia Tech in a gallery Preiffer. W A. McKey, W. G Wells,

Candies Major Ward has sent in requisitionsfor match and the scores made by the local E. B. Quinan, W. H. Mahoney.The .
andTobaccoes of allKinds
ammunition for all of the guns team were very creditable. It has motion pictures of the Battalio -

used by: the Military Department not yet been determined which Col- nthat were taken on the rifle range '

Courtesy, Service and Strictly Sanitary here. The Battalion has already used lege was the winner of the match, yesterday will be shown fri the near
considerable arid the Major wants to but it is expected that this announcement future, and everyone who took part
have a large' supply on hand for the will be made next week. Those! will have the pleasure of seeing him-
exhibitions to be given during the firing on the Florida team and their self and the U. of F. Battalion in ac-

High School Track meet in April. He,. scores were as follows: tion. -
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I SOUTHERN COLLEGE LIST UNKNOWN POSSESSIONS OF + k + + + + \.. ">' J -
in Good
+ S Comfort a Pipe
LIKE WALK THROUGH ZOO THE LAW COLLEGE. 'ere'sa. 7!
!I ---- (Compiler prefers to be unknown for + WHO'S WHO-AT U. OF F. + U -!* K at
+ We Have all
;} Atlanta Ga., Feb. 23.-Students of various reasons.) + "M-76. .75 Pendx1.00 ]
: Southern universities and colleges de- + FRANK: SPAIN + .50, ,

light in attaching to their football We have two famous poets, Spencerand # # * + + SmithGAINESVILLE
and baseball teams some picturesque Gray.. L. C.

'I nick-names. The reason for some of Our territory embraces two countries' A son-to-be legal debutante lord of, bull the -, -.... .:. ,-
these names is easily fathomable but Spain and Holland. slinger par excellence, ,- If --
'., J for others cannot be determined ex- Our colors are Green, White and 'varsity road show, noted authority I ... -
:;in the "realm of sport," and one of
eept that they have been used for Brown .
years. We have a Little maa-his size belies eminent renown as a "Fortyeighter"gentlemen -
a The fist of nick-names and some of his name. Mr. Spain. At the pres-
the reasons for them include: We have Catts-a collective noun ent writing his office address is the FURNITURE CO.
The Praying Colonels, Centre College used in the singular.We imposing edifice familiarly known as
I r Danville, Ky., because they pray have Hooks with which to catch Inside Ian, where from his spacious | ." .' ,
before entering contests and because poor, innocent and unsuspecting suite of apartments he plans and di- ., ,-
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uudertakree:? ,in | ,. At.. "
recta the various > 't '
they come from Kentucky, where colonel fish. .
: abound. We have Coro-but not syrup. which he is affiliated. In fact, Frank j .. '*. . Proprietor.
: all-round man. D. R. COX,
: The Flying Cadets, Virginia Military We have a vain birdPeacock.We may be considered an 86.
Institute, Lexington, Va., because have a baseball player who's goodat as he is always around when any- Phone
I thing of importance is pulled.As .
they are military cadets and Fielding.We .
Frank is one of
have a last team. have a Carpenter, with a tool a leading man
!
; The Generals. Washington and Lee chest composed of a Phiel, a the steller lights of four popular ;.. .:.
University, Lexington, Va., because very Keen tool and a tool used for theatrical productions. According to >-' ...
t ,: their university was named for Generals Boring.We !jail I reports he warbles like an in- .. ........ ......... ......... .
t' Washington and Lee. have a Storm, that imperfectly ; spired nightengale and shakes a wild .'
t The Fighting Volunteers, Universi- harmless, since we can Wardit wiked shimmy. In the darktowni 4.
j j ty of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn., because off. i i chorus he also shows up in grand 4 : SPORTING
I : of the title of The Volunteer We have a Cook, who will be chef of', style, at all times acting in an easy L GOODS I

i .r State earned by Tennessee in the j the White House some day (or I i natural manrer. This is not to be ..<;,', .'
Mexican perhaps chief.) construed, however, as a reflection .
war. Foot,Ball* .< .. BaseBalL ,Lawn Temu
:
I t The Commodores, Vanderbilt Uni- I We have two Knights, as gallant and upon Mr. Spain in any way. :
versity, Nashville, Tenn., because. ehalrous' as those of old, Orating is one of his favorite in- i : Hardware of all Kinds. f
I i their institution was named after j'j'I ..... since they have both gained the Edoor sports. Whatever the subjector I
I Commodore Vanderbilt I good graces of a ladye fayre. occasion Frank usually has a line THE THOMAS COMPANY t
I of that covers the ground. Whenhe
I dope
i} The Hatchetites, George Washing-i, t
!I to We have cannibal who is Savage rises to his somewhat elevated 1
University, Washington, D. c., a very + Phone'22University
I II because of the little episode George 1 but if he goes too Farr, altitude and cloaks himself in all the '

r = Washington with a hatchet and a we can put the, Liddon, cover dignityof a chief justice, the audi- ..

I !I cherry tree-according to popular him up with Moss and Berry ence pectation ascends, which to a is dizzy promptly plane attained of ex- 9+........... ..................
i story. him with a Pickett for a tomb- .
f when he throws wide the.flood gates ..., -'""" -- -
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The stone.Speaking -;; -
Indians William
; and Mary f ..- _. '- .
I : College of vines lof his eloquence. Being an embryo -"
Williamburg. Va., because clinging our
I I lawyer he is well versed in the art
!
the institution was founded back in Vining Clings.
Indian times. of making his hearers believe what ; MenYou
i and unto those who .
s j they don't woe
The
Plainsmen Alabama
Polytechnic College, Emory, Va.
his will lest they fall before
1 4 : Institute Auburn, Ala., because The Yellow Jackets, Hampd nI oppose
I;tl the institute is situated on the plainsof I Sidney College Hamsden-Sidney, Va. the avalanche of his oratory. .1 ... are A\vay _

Alabama. The Stormy Petrels, Oglethrope Frank is an oracle in the sportingfield WELCOMED AT =
I The Maroons, Mississippi A. and University, Atlanta, Ga. at U. of F. In his popular col-

: :j M. College, Agricultural College The Bengals, University of the umn of our noted weekly he holds
: Miss., because of its colors. South, Sewanee, Tenn. forth at length in regard to athletic + McDOWALLSCome

!U t'' I Ferocious and other animals are The Moccasins, University of Chat- I affairs, both local and nationaL His ..; ,
f i; I favorite nicknames as will be seen tanooga, Chattanooga, Tenn. views are expressed with such point-
'I from the following list: The denomination institutions' edness and aptness that his commentsare ., in and make yourselves at home
t : The Tigers, Clemson College, Clem- teams usually take on the name of very taking with the fellows, especially s
L ; i eon. S. C. their religion: those who have no doubt but tift
i! : ; = The Wildcats, Davidson College The Presbyterians, Presbyterian that a newspaper is not better than

Davidson, N. C. College of South Carolina, Clintom, its sporting page ,. .
': l The Alligatiors, University of Florida S. C. One of his chief distinctions, how -

t !I Gainesville, Fla., because Florida The Methodists, Trinity College ever, lies in the fact that it was he L .
is noted for i its aUi 'fors. Durham, N. C. who conceived the need of more per '
I I The Gamecocks, University of The Baptists, Mercer University, at U. of F., and 'developed. the U a Hotel Hilsboro

South Carolina, Columbia, S. C. Macon, Ga. of the present status of the "48 '
I The Horned Frogs, Texas Christ- The Catholics, Catholic University, Club" This now widely famous organization "TOP 0'IHETOWN"AH 'I
I Ian University. Washington, D. C. was evolved thru the fusion -. .
The Bulldogs, University of Geor The State Universities without of the Barbers Union No. 13 anl -
the United Sons of the Shining Crest. .5 '!;Largest ,Year Round Hotel
gia. Athens, Ga. nick names usually are called by their
The Spiders, University of RiehI State names except these two: The watch word is "pep," and ther -. --" ', '9 In State- .' '.

i I mond. Richmond Va. The Tar Heels, University of North more pep, there being so much pep *. ?*
I I : The Gobblers, Virginia Poltechnic Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. in fact that it certainly looks as if Tampa '" Florida
Institute, Blacksburg. Va Ole Miss, University of Mississippi Frank has started something; : that

I The Jackrabbits, Emory and Henry 'f University, Miss.if will roll on and on thru the years I
i till its ordained niche in the Hall of
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t \ : Fame is attained. ;;;(

;, 1 j !' -- === The experiences Frank has had at' .... -. .... .... ... .-. ... AT .
1. = Florida in general and as a "Forty-1

: eighter"of benefit
than one. We trust it will never be atBURKHIM'S 1 1I I It
; = necessary but if the occasion: should t
:HH; ever arise when he must forsfuce the t p I-
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;; ; : = ranks of ;the legal profession, it win I I
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doubtless be
I comforting for .him to
I := know there is another field ;in whichhe .... .... -. .... .... .... ..
if i'i'j j I Ic = may reap success as well as win- "": '-,i, -a
ter crops. We predict, anyhow that
: I Ii DO BUSINESS ,WITH
.1 whether he reverts to "bar emtu"

i: : j i or con tV"S to sling bull, he will, THE FLORIDA':NATIONAL BANK 1
wheedle game Fortune out of,a goodly ,
t,t\' I.I t MAaR I portion of the things worth while "The New Million Dollar Ban*" Resources Over $2,000,000

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,I I II The University of Florida will ia F il 'oJI! -
the other form of smoking shoot against the team from -:
1 I I men prefer pipe to any cj Georgia
I MOST comfort contentment real satisfaction and Tech on Saturday, March 12, outside, 0

't economy in a good pipe. WD C Pipes give you this, and I of the Gym. Both teams shoot at, v.
;f more. A special seasoning process makes the genuine French their own' schools, the records are
14 briar bowl break in .sweetmd: mellow. Pick a good shape certified by an army officer and the I i The.

t at your nearest dealers, at jiur price. I team having the highest score wins. Phifer State Bank
== Lt. Atkinson will be the
: WM. QEMUTH' &1CO.. NEW YORKWORLD'S : certifying '
'1 ,, officer for the University of Florida. Strong Safe and Accommodating
LARGEST MAILER.L J EIS DIPL.S 1 ,
10j s i ii ir ,, ____ __ Sgts. Kopp, Hundley and Weaver .
f .;$$1 _-=- ---';:: --=--- --:=. :-:: -= I will be in charge of the record copree, r r
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i h!fifififi9! DUVAL COUNTY CI.UB MEETS .
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: :: Thrift Reports of the-Carnival Committee

Enter.U I Submitted. 1
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.Is the GreatestPower "' (By JABO)
E! \ The Duval County Club met last
The New C: = Wednesday evening in Thomas Palace
S a man
Spring with the express purpose of hearingthe i

Can have : _' ,' reports of the executive carnival
committee.The .
Manhattans Behind him- committee presented plans in
l which the club will give a five-act
l Do Hot Envy ..T' vaudeville and a candy booth. The ...
publicity committee was appointed
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The man and consists of J. A. Beggs. Harold
threshold of the
At the dawning Season I
:new we present'the new Spring all of the
II Kitchen and J. C. Babson, (
' Manhattan Shirts in all their splendor, exclusiveness and individuality. I Who has above men are artists of world renown -
), and it was with the most remarkable -
I A home of *
The usual initative of the makers is again evident in the smart effects <<, ..' efforts that these gentlemen -
His : were obtained, to advertise this
own .
which stamp Manhattan, shirts as a superior product carnival far and 'wide, to the known

1 Your opportunity: '' and unknown parts of the Eastern
Nwe Weaves-New Patern Ideas-Immaculate Tailoring- .and Western Hemisphere and parts
t Is not in Envy included therein. These members will
.
Perfection Throughout. soon begin work, and they shall ad-
But in Thrift "
vertise the Dvjval0otinty Club so
that every other club will turn green
They're ReadyS Save and Invest
It. with envy, when their artistic pro-

Your savingsIn ductions shall appear.
There appeared amongst TS two

home of distinguished visitors, namely: /Misters -
If
"Shorty" Gunn and Harold Bos-

Your own man, these two gentlemen gave a
most picturesque, interesting and instructive -
talk on the "Possibilities of

i Vulcanized Pancakes and Hot Dogs.
,. -'. .' W. H. S10LEY These food experts conclusively show-

Our Branch at theCOLLEGE INN is at your service. d that they could be easily digested by
those banqueting in Mess Hall, and
that they were a, gr pat deal more
SELLS the EARTH nburishing: ',than the leather ones now

jarawHiHWHiyaafiffiRR! YiYiY; 'l ;9yyi9K'9P!: !. served. To illustrate the point, they
andRENTS brought forth Murdock Barrs and
I I Duke Baya who use their product
I exclusively. A few samples were
TORAH the TOWNOlearwater served, and to date no punctures have
ORTON'S "t\ occurred.

OVELTIES.ART ELI WITT CIGAR CO. After this speech, the President
desiring to get in a good night'ssleep
and GIFT SHOP dismissed the meeting, under
Fla
Maker of Picture Frame CIGARS the pretense that he had to study, so,
agreeing with him under the same,
"That's My Eusictss"i the members departed to the solitudeof I

513 Cleveland Street our respective boudoirs.
TARY? BARBERSHOP Tampa, Florida

Tampa Nugget Hav'a Tampa A secret is a secret until a woman
rifle Florida Ground Floor Phone 47 wets a hold of it. so we learn that
one of our 'Gators has fallen into thesea

In the Graham Hotel Baird Hardware Co. of matrlmn Y. Mr. Weinman,
of the Law ollege, is! the gentleman
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL SilO E 8 SPORTING GOODS 'referred to. and we all congratulatehim

GAINESVillElECTRIC on his wonderful choice. Miss

JOS. J. SEYKORA H B. M. TENCH E KODAKSCUTLERY' Doris secret and Lyle.we Their request marriage our readers was not a

to tell them they know about it and

SUPPLY Phone 107 Gainesville, Florida O Gainesville, 0 we assure! them for our readers that
and
they are wished every happiness
J. W. McCOLLUM & CO. success.

COMPKNY DRUGGISTSThe E Florida E rhone 7' Gainesville, FIi.
Rexall Store MESS HALL MAXIMS
FLASHLIGHTS Agents for -
Liggetts and Norrls Candies S HOE S ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIRDEPARTMENT Those that arrive at 11 after 7,
Gainesville Florida should not make remarks. a

LAMP SHADESWhen BARBER SHOP See Vidal Drug Company I He who is late, let him do without.
FLORIDA Let he who has the longest arms
For Drugs,,. Stationery, Toilet
For Students and Others SHOE SHINE PARLOR grab the most grub.

Shaves 20c. Haircuts 35c. Articles, Candies r CHESNUT'SSHOE Half a meal is better than none. }

you need anything etecHcd GainesvilleOOOOOOOOO&OOQC Sourenir Cards Waterman Pens Weak tea is the best policy.A .
West Side Squan
drop in and see as.U OOOODOOOOO-1 STORE cooked dog never bites.
East 122 ) ----- ----
Main Street Telephone W. S. DORSET'& CO. :: No use crying if all:the milk-.is

Everything In GroceriesFor [ 'dOESSatisfaction gone.In.

Goodness Sake DrinkDORSEY'S i onions there is strength.

\ DELIGHT COFFEE i The Lyric GuaranteedSouth Renovated Proverbs.

Novelty t t O t i t t t Side Square It's a long semester that has noriding.

J. S. BOD I FOR D -Much-adverse- comment has been '
Suitings
Tis better to have tried and flunked
heard recently regarding the rules
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COMPANYDRUGGISTS under which the societies have been han; never to have tried at all.
& The Home
the latest Creationsfor
iey are working especially that part having It at first you miss a class try, try
the well dressed man l reference to the percentage ruling igain.

for Spring and Summerwear. which the college winning the bJ'j
holds aloof while the other four #
Kingsley McCollum and Charlie*
leges pair off and debate. The winner -'
JACKSONVILLESPORTING Baker spent the past week-end in'aeksonviHe
i OF. of these preliminaries then debates
the guests of their rela-
Price rom $25 to $60 the winner of the cup the previous ives.

season. With different judges, i
Nick Damatoleaning GOODSCOMPANY who perhaps have widely oaring experiences -
in marking points for debates old rules, but it is hoped that by

results thus obtained are no next year the Debating Council will
Good Pictures standards. the have altered this unsatisfactory ruing
Pressing and Altering true Every year same
."The Sportsman's Store"L. has which has been productive of '
121 E. Union SL complaint come up.
& A. Outboard Motors This year the inter-society debates ouch criticism and which nearly all ;

Phone 511 190 West Bar Street. Phone 'U8Jacksonvtllel'l& will, of necessity, be,held order the lebaters agree is impracticable in
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SOPHOMORES WIN MUSICAL PROGRAM LEGION SMOKER OF SENIORS WIN OUT (EDITORS Continued MEET from Pace Q

here Business .

'Ii t OVER SENIORS FOR :' AT CHAPEL TODAY, FRS Y r NIGHT WASA IN I TENNIS! GAMESDEFEAT clearing voted ther the: s'ground Ives and to,Prof 4jJ j '


'.: : TITLE THIS YEAR GREAT SUCCESSStag SOPHS NET GAME FOR THIS TITLEIN YEAR laying sewers stringing i
Real Treat in Store for Student Body wire: z nd erecting a

With Several Well Known Uni- House,, all in one day. --
I I He
: | W>h plenty of pep and enthusiasmthe at
of the that
versity Singers and Musicianson part the
HAVE LITTLE TROUBLE ladies
IN the Local Post ,
Party Put on by .'Seniors outplayed the Sophomores of
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i FAST BASKETBALL GAMB Program. of the American Legion in the the first matches of the took in. prepariNg and sere -

I This University Y. 31. C. A. Last Fri I I in and defeated them in one to the men on that day.
NATIONAL morning the student body will rnament Mr. Hosmer called
.
AIR
TOURNAMENT
AT BELLAIRE NEKT WEEK be given a treat in the way of a mu- day Evening. i ->f the singles l and completed their victory and Dean Williams of.on the j"
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sical program" during the Chapel I r by winning the doubles. Journalism of the It 'f
and men in Tniversitr
1 The ex-service men tasted victory by
hour. The Juniors also t
The arrangements have been !. The
Sophomore basket tossers souri both of
,
exhibiting time together whom
got -
service at the present
the singles reapayk
made insuccession
teamwork by Secretary White and every !Baking
pretty talks
together night at the Y. M.r i of splendid of general) ia
1 with plenty of speed and one should turn out to hear what Friday <: against both Horne and Pomeroy
I aggressivenes A of the University for a grand sta-"i All during the banquet ,
but were van- ,,
found the Seniors easy victims talent the University of Florida student i the Freshman class, versity orchestra under

in the deciding game of the interclass body can produce. Several vocal party. exhibition'wrestling and onished when Horn and Pomeroy of Mr. R. DeWitt Brown the .

i series last Friday evening. Each numbers as well as instrumental selections Besides lepmed" together in the doubles. \, 01

:: team had won all games played up to are to be rendered by the boxing matches the men were entertained One of the surprises of the tournament inspiring selections\ which It (

i: that time and much interest band ar.d University quartet. r by speeches from Father Cor.- was the defeat of Home when joyed very much by the V IitIt

was *. r nely and Major Ward, and by music It will be University quartet added ..
i' shown in the final contest, there being The program as announced by ){I. matched against Klock.
I : from the U. of F. orchestra. Later the irlitidual their well chosen songs given
t many rooters out for both sides. White will include vocal solos by R. -embered that Horne was -' t

The Senior put up a hard fight to B. Dickson, Jimmie Melton and An- substantial refreshments were served. star of the school tourna- the speeches on the P'Ogr6,
thony Regero and selections by the: and after the sandwiches, cake. and,". and his de'eat Gainesville an the tmver:
t' ;' win, but the superior teamwork of nnt held not long ago
the Sophs defeated them. band and quartet. cookies, .salad., ice-cream, cigarettes by Klock was a complete sur- greatly honored by this r'gitt

The first half began with the Seniors Mr. Dickson is a newcomer at the anti cigars, all the men present una!v-1) 1"ise. However, there is no question Alligator is firm in the belief%

I leading, Driggers and Cox I University and has a wonderful tenor lonsly agreed that the evening w! 'I.at these two can give themselves editors will return to their n*

showing good individual playing.. voice which it will be a treat to hear. spent most enjoyably. -redit at any time and on that day States with a better idea of tfe
; ( He has agreed to take charge of the Credit for the success of the sta'is and of Florida and especially the
: : The Sophs, however, soon broke loose I "v; was only matter. of practice i.
f: and began to shoot freely. Green choir at the Presbyterian church and given to the committee consist"of form. Gainesville and the 'Cniverstyi:

later help to organize a glee Lt. Atkinson and :Mr. White an ida after their visit here.
may was
; especially showed a keen sooting eye, I A clever and pretty game 6d
", dub here. The other to well I their aids The committee wishes to
and Brumby was not to be denied men are taged by Knight and Cohen._ Both -r---
j i i his share. Gray and White heM known to th students to need any in- thank Ennii and Burton Cohen and sets rested on a break in the serve A SHORTERSHORTHAND ]

I down troduction. It is suffice to say that I Chatham for their wrestling exhibi- for SYST3
i the guard positions for the and with the scOre less point se

; ; # Sophs in efficient style. On the whole a carefully prepared program will be tion, and Hume and Sava e. Brown and match, favor Cohen, Knight, ral- IN TEN EASY l!>J L1 t
rendered and is to and Martell, Roberts and Padgett fo'" L1i
I i the game was pretty even in the first every one urged 'ied and like the rabbit ball story i

: period with fast playing on both turn out and enjoy these musical their clever demonstrations of boxin" walked away with game, set and This course covers ten easy fe

: teams the 15 I mambers. These bents were ably refereed r- which will enable the
score being to 11 with hatch Stadat< I
j i the Sophs leading, at the blow of the Considerable business is to be trans John Sherman, and Sergeaint Cob [ H. Fuller defeatedi1Iiams, and fessor. Journalist, Doctor. Lnfj
acted at Chapel this morning, including acted as official megaphone artist.
i whistle. 1 L. Fuller and Cohen were beaten by anyone seeking a professional
action the of the
on report com-
I The same line-up came back in the i! McKey and Knight. to go thru ]life with 100 per col P
mittee on the awarding of band let Maraerer Hartman has announced
last half. The Sophs immediately The finals between the Seniors and ciency. .
ters. the baseball schedule for the yoa-1 I I
started Juniors will be played" Saturday. THIS COURSEIs
a spurt passing accurately ..' -....--...--..... .. .-... with several dates yet unsettled A* !
and shooting strong, jumping into the i March 19. short and inexpensive a t
and interclasgoames the schedule calls for
I I' The inter-mural < present gar-e' ;
3 lead, which they kept all the allowing I with back
I : way, given a money gvs
; I' have proved to be very success- I with Yale and many of the larger; ; April 6-Washington & Lee, Lexington -
their opponents but one field if not satisfied.
ful in every way and Dr. Manchesteris outhern coUe res. : Va
:! goal during the entire half. Several I SEND THIS CLIPPING TO(*
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\ to be congratulated or. the efficient Pe<=ides! this regular schednle the'will "" April 7-Trinity.
fouls were called on the Seniors durIng PYRAMID PRESS: PUBLISH
manner in which they have been co*- I be several exhibition tames April 8-U. of N. C., Durham, N. C.
ij this period with the result that .. 1416 Broadway,
ducted. Many good men have turned played with the Phillies while i1are -**- April 9-Open.
Green added a few points to the final New York City
t out for these games, who did not training here, and these games April 11-N c. State, Raleigh. ,
Bcore by doing some neat foul shoot- Enclosed here
Gentlemen
come out for the 'varsity team. InConsequence I will be announced: in the columns of April 12-Furman, Greeiiville. :: -
ing. The game ended with a score of I $5 for which kindly send pr
of this it has been pos- The Alligator. April MercerMacon..
: 32 to 13 in favor of the Sophs. shorthand course in ten easyjaby
t
sible to get a line on the men who B* M>ball Schedule. April 14-Yale.
: I The Lineup:- is' that.
understood 4
r have favorable chances of making the April 4-V. P. I., B1ack fcurg, Va. f April Oglethorpe, Gainesville, mail. It

I I Seniors Sophomores squad next year. Also the games April 5-V. 3!. I, Lexington: Va. (Tentative). end of five days, I am not ai
Nichols ((2)) R F Green ((16)) R F i, will be gladly $
have been the means of affording my money

Friedlander. L F Brumby L F good practice and training for those Seniors April 28-Yale, Macon. Name ?......___..........-......--....-.._..-

; Williams C Thompson ((2)) C who had not previously played much, Juniors .._...._......_... .333 April 29-Camp Benning, Columbia -I Street -.-..-...-.-.....-.--........ ..... .-

Cox ((3)) R G Gray ((6)) R G thus helping to lay the foundationfor J.J Freshmen ._..... .000 1 (Ten.) .. City and State __............-....--
: Driggers (8)) L G White L G Dates. undecided-Stetson Rollins.
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