The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00317
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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
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 25, 1921
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000972808
oclc - 01410246
notis - AEU8328
lccn - sn 96027439
System ID: UF00028291:00317
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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&a cad Johnson Bring Back Victory I Air Tight Ball Behind the Invindble Noted Mihhionary Has Spent Tears Duval Will Have Keen Competition Tells Engineering Students of Positions -

While Friedlander and Pitching of Lefty Uddon Brian Making a Study of Economic: This Tear as Indications Point | Offered Student After

Cuon are Defeated at 'Gators Victory Over Mercer Conditnons and Possibilities; to Strong Representations Graduation in Apprentice
Knoxrflle by U. of S. C.
in Second Game For Development From All Over the State Course With Company

the smoke of the In the second
Triangular game the Florida
Agricultural Missionaries were thr Gainesville. March 19Special.With ( ). At its regular meeting the Ben-
cleared away at Gainesville, team exhibited a complete reversal of
subject of a very interesting talk by -,.. new entries coming in every ton Engineering Society was honored
and Colombia, the Uni- form and played air tight-ball behind
0xrjlle, Mr. Sam in and instructive
Higginbotham chapel last dav. the Seventh Annual State High by a most interesting
aty of South Carolina had won the stellar pitching of Lefty Liddon. Wednesday morning. Mr. Higgin School Track Meet promises to be the discourse given by :Mr. R. F. Carey,

1i1 jt the tffiirmative and negative.I' Sawin, pitching for Mercer looked botham has been in India for a great best ever held in Florida. All entries of West n house Electric: Company,

_ I ,University of Tennessee had mighty good to the bloodthirsty 'Ga number of years. At present he is must be in this week. Lieutenant who is visiting various cK>llej es of

I t both, and Florida's affirmative tors, and they pounded his offerings speaking all over the country on this Atkinson has put the University of the South for the purpose of encour-
..four to one decision. all over the field for a 4-1 victory. most and Electrical Engineers to
interesting fruitful field of I Florida in the finest condition it has :uring Serior
mIE fhe debate that took place at Madison started the ball rolling service to humanity.He ever heen in. With a big attendance take upthe Apprentice Course offered

defeated Tennessee's negative with a triple to left field in the first related how he had Been sent and a good track everyone is looking bv the Westinghouce Electric Com-

besrflle was generally conceded to inning. Mahannah struck out and out to India as a missionary immediately forward to a record-breaking meet I nanv. He opened his discourse by a
7k1st one of the best that has taken Roach followed suit. Carlton, with of
I upon graduation from Princeton. The essays are already being filed peneral review of the founding
ice.here. The University of Ten- two balls and one strike, singled to He was assigned to teach eco with Dr. Farr, in whose hands the the Westinghouse Electric Company, F

Latfc Bee represented by B. E. Dosstt center, scoring Madison. Carlton nomics. In a study of the conditions i-anuscripts must be by April 3. The ard the part it played in the advance

:; I Charles Morse upheld the affirma- stole second amd Ward ended the there in order to give familiar examples r1l'C'lawation contest is in- charge ofT ment of the A. C. generators and mo ,
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r' i of the Smith-Towner Bill. The inning with a fly to second. of the basic laws of economics I I >r. Chapman. It will be held the tors. He also explained the pat t

native rested its argument on the I In the second frame the Florida to his students, he became acquainted j evening of April 8. I played bv Westinghouse in the making

nt depbrable conditions that ex team scored two more runs. Blake, with the facts that have made his! From the interest shown in track of the best reciprocating steam

Iir.a [in the field of education and that the first man up, flied out. Gray hit present work of such help to the coun-{ events from Pensacola to Key Wes:, enjrfnes known up to the time of their

i Smith-Towner Bill with its $100- to short and was safe on a fumble. try. it is apparent that Jacksonville will' displacement by the turbine. He

|,000 would be a stimulus towradroeinent Wells singled to left field. Liddon He saw on every hand the degrading have stronger competition than that told of the pioneer stand taken by

Iffi3E and that at the same singled to center field and Madison poverty of the population, the winner has had the past four years. Westincrhouse in the development of

; ] se h wo ,ld A/raalize educational hit a smashing two-bagger down the low standard of life and the little respect The Duval boys have run off with the the steam turbine nad described some

rtmrlty in the United States, right, field foul line, scoring Gray for it, the short crops and ancient meet the past four years, winning what in detail the present turbine

r great emphasis on the widemnce and Wells, Liddon going to third an.) methods of raising them. At handily last year. In ,1920 Tampa was made by them. All of which was

em; i of opportunity that now ex- Madison to second. Mahannah flied one place1 not different in agricultural \I second, Leesburg and Fort Lauderdale forwarded in technical langua'ge,

Ii South Carolina in presenting !! out to short center, Liddon being held possibilities from all the land around
syihatJ negative side of the question at 1 I on third. Roach fanned. it, he saw the desert made to bloom I!I fifth, ''and Vero was sixth. mere literary society reporter, so unless

[very outset held that the present The last. run was scored in the fifth as a rose by book farming by an Eng Jacksonville and Tampa always you were there, it is lost. to you

tsr is in educational matters was i inning. Roach flied out to second lishman.. He decided he would return I have strong teams. Brooksville once forever).

nted, but that the qupstiob for I base. Carlton tripled to center field to this country study scientific agriculture had a winner. Leesburg, Fort Lauderdale The remainder of the discourse

ate demanded that the affirmative I' and Ward hit a hot one to short, and return to India. :I and Daytoma are always to wa accompanied by slides, ably slif

exactly how the Smith-Towner Carlton scoring while Ward was being This he did. The results have far be feared. Orlando, Winter Haven by Air. Perkins, showing an aeroplane

....- would remedy them. Following thrown out at first. exceeded anticipations. The standard and Gainesville may be expected to view of the plant, built eight miles

Wittkowsly was G. Parker, who The fielding honors went to Liddon of living has been raised, the degrading make a showing.) There is usually a south of Philadelphia. Other slides

the affirmative on their own ques- and Wells the 'G tor battery. Lid poverty, the continual starvation dark horse Last year Vero was that showed the interior of the foundry,

i of equalization presented the don pitched invincible ball _.through-__ ___ -a blot upon a world which in dark horse and the sensation of the I assembly rooms.. various. .. things. done n' 1
II nent that the Smith-Towner out the game and the receiving wurn. its conceit would call itself civilized j jis meet. Pensacola, St. Petersburg and by the-apprentice, and tne interior 01

would in reality not make for of Ward was all that could be expected. being lessened. Health and hap I" Miami are unknown quantities. Word the drafting room. And by the way, t;

ater equalization, but would ac- piness are increasing. It is a fundamental conies that Fort Pierce has a formidable Westinghouse employs quite a goodly

ate that which now exists. The Madison led the hitting with a fact that in the last analysis, aggregation. number of non-masculine person
while Wells and her own resources records apt to be ages to work in the later rooms.
ate was characterized by the nsdrtmative double and a triple, India is dependent upon Some new are
second with a Imported records Showing this slide shows remark
moments that always Carlton rain a close for her development. made, though the State are
or in every inter-collegiate debate. single and triple each. food and money simply stava not to be rid uled. Pearson of able foresight on the (part- of the

[the rebuttal South Carolina ac- The Batteries for Mercer, Sawin off the day of reckoning until a little Brooksville, Cook of Orlando, and employment committee, andlikely
for Florida, Liddon and later. iSnydor of Daytona, hold the 100- does a great deal in convincing young
the challenge of Tennessee as and ,
Is the
India's possibilities lie in her own yard dash record at 10 2-5 seconds. graduates that Westinghouse
uthorities, and as to conditions in Ward.
|th Carolina in that won soil. There may be fovfrid life for I This event was won last year by place where they want to complete
a manner
her teeming population. What is Burke of Tampa, Gifford of Vero was their course in drafting. ,
I audience.
applause of the entire
has promised to send
of oyster soup Mr. Carey
"Bowl is knowledge. second.
Customer: ,
of the Dr. Simp-
| judges, two scrambled eggs, coffee and Thus Mr. Higginbotham preaches (I Baker of Jacksonville, individual 'at the request of Dr. Benton a moving
Dean Leake Dr.
Trusler, Dr. brown bread." in India the word of God. A high point wirnerNn 1920, took the picture of the work as it is car
the and Dr. Crow, was unanimous Ex.-S. A. T. C. Waiter: "Marinesin tion, he is ,using methods running high jump last season. He ried on in the new plant, Likely this
negative. 'em, record by I will be shown at a later meeting.
de- the mud, two squads, deploy can understand and ChriS-I broke the previous quarter
outstandiag feature 'of the shocktroops. when he leaped five The members of, the society were
of reveille and,. colored will incite regard. In some of an inch,
here and .
was the smoothnesjs cup glad to see Dr. Benton out, and wish
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( on Continued on page 8
of the South Caro-
delivery, of Rutgers Targum. .' that more of the Engineering professors
the start I -.J would attend the meetings.
the start of the debate. -
orida's Reddey Debating medal for the -.. -- + + + + .. .
affirmative represented by the + + + + Wanted a Chance.
C. Johnson and Harry Gordon State df Sfouth Carolina. Smith has His Friend....Nice day, let's take

OVer Tennessee at Columbia, obi also been active hi the) Triangular SENIORS, PLEASE NOTICE! a trip to the zoo.
and has *
a four to one decision. Flor- Debate in previous years rep j Himself-No, thank you, HI stay

tegative, represented by S. W,' resented South Carolina on various All Seniors please turn in their measurement for caps + T at home. My eldest daughter does

on and Herbert Friedlander, were occasions. Triangle of .* and gowns at once to the committee: x j the fox-trot, my second daughter
ted by South Carolina by a 4-1 JThe standing in the R. L. laughs
Carolina and Tennessee Driggers, '-- + talks like a parrot; my son
on. Friedlander and Cason went Florida, South + Friedlander, H. M- like a hyena, ray wife's as cross as a
I the same.. ., .
ninat what was probably the is now practically Charlie mother-in-law says I'm
will debate the Pheiffer, + II bear, and my
st of all the Triangular teams On April 1, Florida Louis an old gorilla. When I go anywhere
) Smith-Towner Bill with TO BE TAKEN: ., +
'ear. South Carolina was reputed same Baton i MEASUREMENTS I want a change.
by Mann and Smith. Mann iana State University and Maurice I 1.-Chest. Rocky 1ft. Collegian .
be remembered for the debate Rouge, S. G. Peacock 2.-Cap Size.

k place here last year and of Stein will represent Florida has not against been 3.-Height. As You Were. 1
"he was the individual star. He L. S. U. As Louisiana 0 have
both of 4.-Weight Elizabeth (to her mother): "I J
[been prominent in public speak- defeated for years, and as Triangular + 5. Length of gown in inches T worn short skirts all my life and I '

for everal years, has been aof Florida's men are former awaited *, am not going to wear them any longer. }I
coming debate is + + + eo. e .
the *
the South Carolina legis- debaters, e + + + ." :l
ad is the present holder of, with more than usual interest.

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; i There really exists no legitimate

: excuse for this article, but I just got Tailor I "GAINESVILLE'S FOREMOST

t I i a new typewriter and like a child HOPPINGco

with a new toy, I must play with it. i ii Featuring t
1 Alteration Pressing
Hitherto I've been sneaking around to B ExtTa

the rooms of my friends and using Phone 354 Gainesville Fa. I '
Everything ,That a Good Uepartment Store ShonUTHt
their typewriters and little do they i IJ

i reck how my heartstrings have been ....-.- ,...
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I I torn by the constantly increasing cold- .. ;; der

ness of their greetings on these oc- I6ff -

:f cas ions. Verily let them take heed : fifi! !rtY;! Yi YY; ; YY; ;! 9 F.! ... .'!< -

: of the old saw which says: n" ii

: "He who has, typewriters and lend-I 1m !Hiin D

t: eth his neighbor none, x .
I He shall have no typewriter when ./ University students, by patronizing jjj '

l' his is on the bum." the White House Dining Room may y; UNIVERSITY BOOK STOREBasement

f f : f My previous experience has been i enjoy the satisfaction of knowing gj I

:f that the Alligator is a long suffering they have the_ finest service and most ifi

I reptile, so here goes another indigestible Y;.' delicious food on the market. !jjj Language Hall

The first scene, which is little Table d'Hote meals, $1.00. Parties !ffi LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS, FRESHMAN CAPs'

!i known by the University student and I and Banquets by special arrange- |jj MEMORY\ BOOKS ETC. .

; 1 practically not at all by the outsider, ;n ment. For table reservations. Phone ifi ..' Everything For the Student.DORAN'S .

j is the museum. The author has been 9i No. 295. !$
1, !9
t I. seated at the feet of the wise ones
for lo these 9 !9 :' :! ;; :;" -' --r i:..... :';:;.-...- .,.
many moons, doing his 4
1 I i darndest to catch pearls of wisdom The White House Dining oom --- -

Ii i i i' on the fly as they drop from the !x fi Gainesville's Social Center. 9'y; ,

} sapient lips of the Profs yet it was ffi t 9i

:! not till the other day that he had a I .
; glimpse of that symposium' mar l BICYCLE SHOPEast
i vels on the second floor of Science :HraffiffiffiiEffiSffiraffiraffiffis ; 99 999i99a93i999z Main Street

!, :: Ball ,',. ,.h s9iti; i \ I FOR BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES and REPAIRS
It happened in this wise. A friendof 1
I\i mine, who is perfectly normal i in g DICK REID

other respects, has the idea that he
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f wants to practice the occult art of [ Modes of the Moment 9] .

\ : taxidermy and embalm the corpses 9 9; I- ----- ... -- .... .. ... -- .....
;ji C of our feathered songsters, so he W 5o5 Franklin Street -Tampa. Klor'-- & t .JOHNSON'S) : PHARMACY

. \ I asked me too to the !museum with Hats-Clothing-Furnishings IRn Ilrlrl;:H. Me. I !'k-ino; Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods I!

II him .to study the specimens there. 9i9i9i9irfi,9i'! 'i' 'i'fi fr9'i9r'fif' ii9i9irfi9 i 5'i9iY,9.f19i9ii9i'fi! f I W: (C.a.w'c'; : c e ;' rsonal Attention to Prescription I II

; Now the only kind of stuffed bird that ..------......-..- <-- Only !Turf'st nrl JJTS' "o::1! Low Prices. Quality Guaraitwd

f I i appeals to my degraded and materialistic -i' I i i Gainesville, Florida. I Ii.i Ii.
,' the summertime. This would seem ,Hon. L. C. Croftin, president of : :
sense of beauty is the kind
,I : that adorns our tables at Thanksgiving to justify any right minded fish in I John Marshall Debating Society, ten- --. wr1. a, -. .7.-.- -.-. -.. -- 4IIar --N I i
I mess hall. I'm appearing proud and stuck up. dered his resignation as such to take ..
: talking about
We saw the beautiful Ajaja Ajpja, effect immediately, due to the fact 1 -
i bona fide places to eat, tho' there is a
:.. I ore of {he host cultured and well- that he would soon be leaving to take j ..
tradition of great excitement in
i bred' of the feathered tribe. He'' up his duties in the coming session r-j I 1 1t
; I' mess one noon caused by the" 1 CROSBY
discovery of a turkey feather on the never eats without using a spoon._ of the Florida Legislature. In accepting j I COMPANY I
i In fact he i h.so particular in his table this 'resignation the society i
: floor, but the bubble was burst when "Noted for Quality"a
+ ; j ore: of the maids was seen in the manners that, if he were deprived I unanimously voted thanks and appre- |t I
of his he would starve before ciation to Mr. Croftin for his
spoon many | '
offing brandishing a feather duster. I :: o i"is, Fine Jewelry
This using a knife. He is a fine object, efforts in behalf of the welfare of < China, Cut Glass and Silverware I
explained it and
a great
lesson for our voracious "rats. I the society and the society will welI I I
,was averted when the
"rats" cea.sed 101 West H
t' to water at the corners of their The curator told us a story abouta come his return at the beginning of Bay Street Jacksonville, Fb. I

petrified man. He did not have the next semester. t j -, Selection
mouths at the mere idea of turkey. Packages Sent
the specimen there to show us, but Mr. Peacock, our 'able vice-presi- j Class ; on Request I
Well. I went along with him and t Pine. Rings, Medals, Trophies.
we believed him just the same, be- dent nd chairman of program com- '
gave the place the once over. We hal *
j. 'a the good forture to have along withus cause there is! a petrified tree in- the mittee, was elected president to fill j, I I J.

the curator of the museum; and what would be the use the unexpirde term of Mr. Croftin -- -. .. .... .
museum a gentleman : i
I whose erudition is equalled of a petrified tree unless there werea and from his wide experience in par- --- -- -.-.. -.. ... .- ..

only by his petrified man to climb it. This liamentary rules and his ability as a i t -
capacity for entertaining, iI
anecdotes. 'We accosted him in his proof is irrefutable. You want to get leader, the society will continue to For Ccccitii f nc Inn i J f ( .f.j f fc the iC I
office where' he was engaged in classi- him to tell you that story. It's a be a source of much instruction and in ee ccnc

; ; corker. The petrified man is undressed good will as in the past. To fill the
fyirfc number
a of minute objects, A. C. L.
I which might have been petrified fleas and half of him is dirty and I vacancy of vice president Mr. Velma LUNCH ROOMOne
I oT the the other half has had a bath. Thisis Keen was elected and he thereby becomes C
prehistoric dinosaurus. As t
t the curator accompanied us and ex- not all, but I guess you will haeto chairman of the program com- Door North A. C. L. Depot tP
t :' plained in detail, things which in excuse me from telling the rest mittee. JVIr. Keep's ability ''n this [

our wildest imagining we never now, right out in print. line is well known and the society I i t tt
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dreamed of, by friend was moved to We went down cellaf and there we looks forward with interest tb the I I -- --. - -I t

had the D. T.'s, or at least we thoughtwe instructive and interesting programsto 1 t[
whisper to me. "how is it possible
I for did for a moment. I lifted the be rendered under his supervision. I t
a man to have a brain like that"I
cover from a large wash tub and There being no further business, j:I AUTO i[
gave it up, but when we came to SUPPLIES AND [
I the exhibition of eggs a similar ques- started back in! alarm. It was full the 'program was then rendered. Mr. 1 ACCESSORIES i t

tion occurred to me. of all kinds of snakes and they looked Frank O. Spain's reading from Kip- I, I(
life-like first ling was well tt I
too at fur comfort. rendered. Prank's l
The eggs, if you will look at them j GOODYEAR and
pickled in brine ability in this line 'has AJAX (
all They were apparently achieved for 1
: closely, a small round hOle TIRES f
I I' in the shell, where the ir'side' hast I and the curator lifted one up and him an enviable reputation and it j,t bAVE AND TUBES !

been drawn out and only the shells felt of him, a six foot monster, and is certain that all present appreciated j RVFr-SAT SFYGainesville t
remarked "Seems the selection to the fullest. t
: nearly ripe. 1 !
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00! preserved. it is obvious
I J thought "Ripe for what?" In the A debate on the question: "ReI I Auto
that these
;! eggs must have been t Supply. Company I
sucked and as I looked at the number future I'm going to examine that solved: "That the,U. S. Government J
mess hall bull very closelyl.I Should Not Prevent the Laying 'of t
t of them, there must be at least a 1
have not told half of what Cable From the Barbadoes J
I i two or three hundred, I said to myself you to Miami ,
: there is there. The Apteryx, which : by the Western Union Telegraph I' --- .
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"How is it possible for -- .. .
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pany. Mr. E. W. :!_ ....'. ---
'I bird can neither fly nor swim, and is. Knight and : -
to have a stomach like that? It .. -
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extinct. I don't blame him. presenting the -- -"'
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C cannot be that all this was done bone y now negative re- I
1 man, and I believe that right here ridicule which the other birds must ceived the judge's decision over |'
have heaped on him was more than Messrs. Spencer and Fleming, Colsoi-
is representing
; explanation why Science Hallis LandCompany
; the favorite loafing place for our he could bear so he took the easy the a mative. There was :

; i i colored way out and became. extinct. It was some very interesting arguments presented Improved
janitors. They hang around J Farms of all
i I a cowardly course to take, but still on both sides, the negative sizes
in the
hope that a new supply of eggs A" sorts of City
I I I His presenting more facts than I Property ]
don't wonder.
: will arrive to be properly prepared appearance was the af. At right prices and reasonable
I for the bound to have been a terrible social firmative. There being no further BUYers should terms
r museum. I I business the society consult them before making a
I handicap. adjourned.
i I There is an immense fish stuck upon choice o' property
I had several in mind
f scenes
i the wall and as we read the card flee -
14 t attached we found out why he was 80 started, but I have used up all my Vocational man named Bupsbee is !I opposite A. C. L, Depot PhIal NlII

: stuck paper on the museum so we'll call i it taking bee culture. "Wow." wait tin''+ I
up. He had been caught by ...
I off till week. Go and the bees'find it out I i .j ,.
next there
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e chief function of the society's bating. He concluded with announcement Do you care to have them revisedor I ...

}ting of Monday evening was the that the Tennessee-South Caro- Fellows, about fifteen years ago constructively critisicfed by successful Fellows, did you ever stop to think f

te preliminaries, which are am- lina team of the Triangle will meet the University of Florida was established authors? If you do., then what the different student activities '

ed elsewhere in this issue. in the University gym on Friday at Gainesville Since that timea send us your manuscript (stories, mean to our University? They are f

er business before the house March 25th. At the evening large number of men have entered articles, or poems). We will criti the life of the school and we can-
report of the track meet comb same time this university and have learned to cise and place them should they not do without them. It is necessaryto
a Florida's
}' Mr. Friedlander, whoogbt teams will meet those two love the school and its ideals. Mostof prove to be acceptable for publication.There have our Student Body Associa-

i the intention of conducting colleges on neutral grounds. these men are still loyal to their is no actual charge for our tion and all the different divisions }

ter at which. was to be offered alma mater and are proud of its services. If, however, you have not under it. It is also necessary to have

hanical chances to win pennants Dearie, we must achievements, athletics and other-I rreviously enrolled with the advisorvdepartment officers of every one of these activities -
pillow tops. Dr. C. L. Crow, Mr. said wise. The University was made bet- of this association, we ; and we always have them i iI

,was present as debate judge, sug- Youngcouple, glancing over the ter for their having been here and request that you enclose the initial don't want to insinuate that our

ted that financial returns be con- grocery bill. should it not be made better for our fee of two dollars, which we must ask I activities;: have not been a success, nor '

red towards permanent furniture "I've already begun,", she proudly having been here? The least that of each new contributor. There is no that the officers have not done good

adornment for prospective priv- asserted. "This morning I cut we can possibly owe to our Univer additional expense, no future obIigaI vork. What I have in mind is that
The suggestion an ity and to the alumni is our best efforts -:I tion. some men have too many' offices
rooms. was your cigars in- half
approved so you'd have in class and in athletics. This'I It must be realized that we can only which they are trying to hold. Some

g the convention of the de- twice as many!" will help to develop a school spirit I be of aid to those of serious intent.If may do well in all, but I believe that

Techniqpe. such as "Florida" has never known. you do mean to strive for literary the man who has too much to keepup

- Some few men are putting forth success, we can help you in many will hurt himself and the activities -

their best, efforts, but as yet real ways. Our services are yours until There is a limit to the num-
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you have the spirit show it. By keting at least one of your marj' think their should be also a limit to

AMERIEAN SHOE REPAIR t showing it you may help to spread scripts. Send something today! the number of offices a man can hold.

COMPANY it. It is one of those| things that Please enclose return postage with The tendency has been, so far as

AND SHINE PARLOR certainly needs a little spreading. If your communications. I can see, to find a man who is willIng -

you are not an athlete "boost" by NATIONAL LITERARY to work and perhaps has a little

Xk writing a real Florida song Our one ASSOCIATION ability and then load him down with

Geo. Tampas and Louis Eliades, Proprietors + real bong is badly overworked.] A 131 W. 39th St. fobs. We might not do that on pur-

115 West Main Street North-Phone 139. few more yells would also be a great New York City pose, but It seems to be the case.

J. V. Blame, Agent; Room 31 Buckman asset. Now for the man in athletics. Advisory Department Cannot we in some day have a sys-

Gainarrille You have a serious duty and a dis- tem so that one man will not be given
Florida .. Scanty."what to much work. For instance, if a man
tinct honor accorded when
you you
did you give your girl for is at the head of ore activity he will

: ........................... are a game chosen When to represent you accept the school such in a Christmas?" swimming I have his hand so full, he cannot efficiently -
"She is fond of so conduct another activity.
responsibility you pledge york last
"" ent a bathing suit""Was Perhaps he handle other minor
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of win
and skill
ounce energy to a
when she gotit
she surprised offices.If
clean victory. If you train and do
?" had system by which each
we a
E your best only during the practices
I IrD6 idea how surprised
"You have no office counted say from one to ten
von are not worthv to be a scrub. If
the was when she opened the en- noints. and allow no one to have
you are a real man, you will be In "
velope. than fifteen points I believe
more !
the best possible condition at the beginning -
-Pelican.at *'_at onr activities would be conducted
t&a r4k8 : of each athletic season. TheT
nd tjan I bc-fter. There are any number of
the first day's practice will begin to
the time and made the all- "* --!\bl{' fellows on the campus and
make you a better player than you same .
br- should be given a chance to havc'atttlority.
They were
football team.
The Smile Follows the Spoon ever were before. Southern
t Here is an example of the above rot satisfied with what they had done responsibility and honor

school spirit as applied to foot-ball. and determined to do even better the What do you sav about going into
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During the entire this matter deeper? Let ui! figure
Four men entered a southern college following season.
ont ''-hat each office should count and
I school honest training
l year they kept
-- work out method of
some procedure.
and during the summer vacation
I Standard and Popular I.which they 'wtere able to spend in Tt can be done. If any man has anv .. rideas
-- recreation they secured work with a ilon? this line "air them." and
Music let ur decide on something' before the
---'& street car company swinging a pick
.tI and shovel. They stuck to it through next Dicers] are elected" If there ;fa

Iii Pianos the summer and as a result they were any rrc-it in what has been said! the
K Seniors ought to be able to advise us,
THE NEW YORK RACKET in perfect condition and as hard as
Players nails when foot-ball practice com- and leave the system as a memorial,
Agent ForFlorsheim x menced. In other words these men contributed for "A Greater Florida'

Shoes. Grands I< considered it a great honor to represent -James T. Merrin. ,
their school onthe gridiron.
. Piano TuningPhonographs
They played tm the greatest team
J ffiJfHaffififfiffiHRM that the institution ever turned out, r "M-76."

and were in turn made all-Southern

'- YiliRfiIiiili! Pathe This is not a fairy tale, but all four : !
players were all-Southern: for four
llurnswickHenryWolf's years. Lives of all tea hounds remind us.

Now for our real personal point ,I We can shake our wealth with

Cameras "" Florida has its greatest prospects in ease; .
I Films .,: Developing the athletic line next year.: Our And departing leave the darlings

y; foot-ball material is largely '"regis- For another to appease.

x tered blooded stock" and unless ev-
-c IF O, Bring Bark My Jingle To Me.
At Music CO. e/y foot-ball man gets into his best
!IF condition by fall there will be a multi Ill fares the man to borrowing
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!Ii tude of hurt feelings. Weeping and friends a prey.

wailing and gnashing of teeth caused When wealth, accumulated, it goes
MILLER'S 319 E. Main St. -
by being left out will be unmercifully straightway. t

!f drowned by the student' body's
Carry Your Old Hats to The Middle[Perfect Day
Ansso Eastman and Ansso Agents for cheering and roaring for "Florida
NEW YORK HAT CLEANERSto greatest foot-ball team." There is The bugle toots the knell of drilling

Cameras !f have them going to be a mighty fight for the day.

Films Browns Developing x Cleaned, Blocked and Made New block letters next year, and some arr The devil-dogs stroll sadly to their

I: Candy, Confectionery and going to be left out. post;

y:: Cigar Store in Connection As sure as God made green apples, The captain forward wends his state
Greek Candy, 75r. lb. but ly way
Imported nothing your best will secure you I
.fy.: M. BLIZIOTES, Prop. this recognition. And leads us out' to simmer and to

Main Street Next A. C. I -Hodges, Stanly, Barn. Inc. I roast.
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t Official Publication of Student' Body of University of Florida .... CARNIVAL TO RELAY BREAK !Ji You can't beat these values I : 1 1s
Office and Press: Basement Language Hall. ATTENDANCE RECORDSThe
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!i STAFF University of Pennsylvania Lei f; "e're odd suit nsoJr-tt-P! ,'yt:Hart Scaffner& $
HERBERT FORD EDITORINCHIEFTRUMAN relay carnival to be held at Franklin ; sra fall' yunhaH-Intddl.._ stout, 1! slue &\
note ouf.enalJat.lew..
to and
on April 2D and 30 promises regulars
LOOMIS. .. I clothe cost mole to lailor, juice- pe:
1 HORACE J= ASST. MANAGING EDITOR break all records so far as the number Tie! 'e
, H. M. FRIEDLANDER .....__ _i_ BUSINESS MANAGER ; of contestants is concerned, uni- !
versity officials said. More than ,
to' $48.50 1
. 000 athletes took part in last year's I $32.50
R. B. HOSKINS HAROLD KLOCK MURRAY COHEN meet and George W. Orton, mana- $

GLOVER MILLER F. O. SPAIN, JR. PETE HARRIS ger of the games, said the large number !H f !ill

, .. of inquiries being received from !f. FORMALLY'. m S av'
universities, colleges and schools .. ;
0. SMITH A. T. l OORE from all sections of the country indi- :.0 t. toy; :;*: $80.00il!!|fi j *

. -- -- ._- ---- -- .- ----. ----- cates that the entry list this year !Hiifi I 1. '< = 1C,
6;I'{j > Entered at Gainesville, Fla., postoffice as Second Class mail matter. will be still greater. < $
Although Oxford and Cambridgedo y;
Subscription: $1.50 the ;year. $;
not expect to. send teams this

; ......_m.. ......_ n..n..n..m..n.m ... ..._ -= year, the games nevertheless will be I / .
i : of unusual interest as McGilland\ and
,. I' :; ;., OUR BATTALION. Toronto accepted university invitations.The .of Canada have I.1 Wolf Brothers i it

. t I ". Few students on the Campus seem to realize the great distinction combined universities! of :!I IiI y;tI

: [ and honor that the War Department has conferred upon France are also. expected to be represented i3s i !
? the University: of Florida during the past two years by placing by several athletes who I FLA .
: i our institution on the list of Distinguished Colleges of the U. won places at the Olympic championship ,il|{ TAMPA:, |

S. Probably only a mere handful of students are aware that of last summer. Definite acceptances i 447b
I some three hundred colleges or universities enrolled in the R. 0. ,have not been received from'i I sra
i t f T. C., it is possibly for only ten per cent of that number to be eligible French institutions but Mr. Orton $

: : ; that about five per cent of thatnumber have been able to said it was almost certain they x I

,.' attain the coveted position; that the Universiy of Florida Has would send a team.-Reveille. I.J$; .j ;_!Ji.HffiraffiL ! !fiYi! ty"l! fy1y1y1yl!: i! !:finfi: !: 1y1!: !:1y't!: i l t t
won this signal honor fo rthe past two years in competition with ,

: : the. largest and best universities and colleges in the entire counxtry. i PEABODY NOTES ffi r. yWKfiffififfiffiffififfiHMffiffiKa ! !: !

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; Then, too, most of us are dubious as to the advantages to be Peabody Club met Monday eveningat I 5rU

:. t derived by being a "Distinguished College." We may say, what 6:30 o'clock. A committee was ap- I !;El 0 lest}
difference doe it make whether or not "Florida" is listed as a pointed by the president to arrange.' i You Can Lead a Cork to Water but
i Distinguished College. The advantages are numerous-to the a system of judging debates and to I
j student as well as to the University. An institution that attains report next meeting. Mr. S. L. Gar- !jjj S Von Cannot Make. it Sink

this distinction is closely watched by the War Department and ret delivered a very interesting lecture !'fi + '

I records kept of the graduate of that institution, who have par- on "Clear Thinking," which. was jjj L oo't l lt this suit Value we are going: to tell
ticipated in the military exercises during such years. In case our enjoyed by all.
,I country should attain become imnorilM and a great army mobilized The society heard the report of the t"ix \ou about float <-n Jour imagination on but let it jjj
men Doming from a DistnguJshe l College will be niven first debaters Mr. Cason and Mr. John- 'I
mmO until find out that seeing
sinl you
consideration and hence will be poetically certain of commis- son, and were very well pleased with: your

sions as well as rapid promotions Then the advantages to "FIorI same. They told us of their''many inter S is lclie\) in;!. /x 1 M nt treatment wont get you one
I ida," which is. of course, of nrimarv importance. First. the ad- stin? experiences en route aT'J 1 :, u- tIn" !
; vertisement rriven to th' ?nstj"tion through Associated Press reports their warm and hearty reception bot. oi i these al1001 Kisc ba flannel suits i n

I as. sent out broadcast by the Government. Think what it by the university and the beautiful uilK-r rfi slot le oi:double brasled style at $25
means to have it recorded on the front pages of our leading metropolitan girls.
I dailies fill over the "m ntrv as wen as our local napers, After the initiation of Mr. lam ey i Set
I that "Florida" has been iu,1ra Di tincruiched College by the as a member of the "Peabody Clan," ,
War Department. As a winirng football team advertises its the club adjourned to meet again next 1

I rollpjjp. so will the rniJH ?"v department advertise that college Monday night. A very pleasant an' B, nctt The Clothier
that makes the Distinguished; follppro clays P oT1it. niP attitudeof interesting program has been a'- x Yi
the War Department towards Distinguished Colleges. The mili- ranged for this night, and every

tary authorities will f1o almost: '-' nvt injr within reason for such member is urged to comb out. i -, \' ssy! 2SRWffiSffiywKf! !: ffiwwiJiw! !:hfj! !:f f f fi
; nractVp unlimited equipment and mP- .
coIJege ..anownt! them -- ---- -
t likewise with able and; adequate -- .Ifi nhiSfiffiHUHSiffiifiSaiHSI !fiYi Yi !.it
tary supplies and r-T-Minjr them pn AGRICULTURAL CLUB. '
corns!" of inductors. F nxamplp, it i is almost certain that $
the War: Department: "TW **nte:1 several army manes here from The Agricultural Club enjoyed a ; *

j Carlstrom FieV1. v/hir h *v;Hl be "f nrppt interest: aH of material treat :Monday night. Dr. Simpsongave I TARR FURNITURE CO. Inc. 1
aid in the nvrofpchnic r1i rlav ollowintr the TrackJVT It ;s!" a talk on the life of Mark ,

interesting to note that pyrotechnics, exceeding a valup of $2,000. Twain as brought out in his letter Tampa !Ii
havp been i issued to the T l. o. T. c. unit of the U. of F. for u eon Many were surprised to learn that ,
this occasion. Tn action to advantages, we could enumeratemany Marl Twain was born in 'Florida tfi c Sales Agents For
which later turned out to be Florida,
others were time and spa> .e available.
The o" st'"on now is_wu Florida? make the DMin(''i'she'1 Missouri. Most of the letters were !if. Berkey and Gay Furniture, Globe \ 'I
clnss Ms ? TTiit cmestion can be decided ant written to W. D. Howells. The firs' 91 f fY
j Collere year
was a letter from Honolulu, describ- S Cases, Aeolian, Vocation, Pathe [j
institutions !!:
I r-v ; ing numerous kinds of cats, ranging I jjlj chen Cabinets, Belding Hall Refrigerators, Aerolux Porch SJ3
point Swort of Studert: Body fifteen per wi Stumor of from spotted cats to wild cats. An .
I Faculty fifteen r\or cent* Mini- Tactics t\"nfv-five per cent; I interview with a postmaster in connection [ Shades, Premo-Eclipse Gas Ranges, Domestic Science Fire-I
< Garrison Trninircr ten per cent: Theoretical thirtv-five per cut with a letter on which postage g l less Cookstoves, Robinson Rodgers: "Restweir

Hence it mav readily be seen that practically one third of th* was due gave him an opportunity to |j Office Furniture, Floor Coverings, Draperies, China and jjl g;
grades awarded depends upon the sumjort of the Student Rodv comment on the various markings on .
and Facultv. Will we throw away this opportunity of rendering{ the outside of the letter. :Most of Ix Glassware, Window Shades, Awnings:'

our Alma Mater a real service or will we back our battalion as a the description words were censored. I! '
A short business session was held.
i man? 1
Following the inspection of the battalion last week the inspecting Burt; Ames reported on the work done ;':J;'="!fj! Yi! ! !f HftftfU&f3332RST! *
l! officer spoke very favorably upon the work of the unit. by the committee appointed> to look I
but complained of the rather high percentage of absentees, which after the side show at the carnival in i -

: 1 I might be interpreted as a lack of interest upon the part of the April. The committee is planningto ; "That co-ed is the most economical r "All right, there," called the conductor
authorities have showed no disposition put on an extra good show. "
:i i students. The University girl I know. from the
is unwell but for the sake L. D. Williams reminded the club I' car.
man's statement that he "
I to question a "How come? "Hold on'came a feminine voice;
I I of o'-11' <'1n 'da. let's make these sick excuses as few as possible during of.their opportunity in the debatingline. : "She pays $17.00 for hose and dis- "wait till I clothes on."
get my
moment must be taken advantage The Ags. feel fairly certain
i i ; the ensuinr' :: month when every : plays $16.95 worth of them." The entire earful craned theirnecks
attain the coveted position we that they will take the debating cup
t of in order to once more -Purdue University. expectantly. A girl got on
1\ have occunied for the past two years. Tn the case of a headache this year.PEABODY I with a basket of laundry.
i t or some similar slight ailment, it is quite possible that the exercise NOTES.
: i to b" obtained from military drill may prove to be beneficial, -- I was very glad to add to the already
I rather than detrimental. The increase in attendance at the well-stocked knowledge of that sub. Check Out!
; rI Bo out in
I There is no doubt but that the stir of co-operption of the Monday night meeting shows the ap-1 ject. Bagley: "Please come
Student Body towards the military department is far from what preciation of the excellent programof Next week the club will be enter- the garden' with me. -,
it should be. But whatever the cause let us remember that such last Monday in addition to the tained and instructed by Mr. W. B. Fair Co-ed (only one guess): 0b.
i 'Atkinaon, an "Old Tennewi no, I mustn't go out without a cha?"
conditions are only temporary and will undoubtedly be removed. regular program. Dr. Roamey spoke Con- "
I 1 If there be any prejudices, personal or otherwise, let by-drones be about the life of Andrew Jackson. All federate Veteran." He baa been erone. "
i by-gones and work for "Florida" until the inspection is over and enjoyed the talk and were benefited asked to give Peabody a demonstration Bo: "But we don't need one. j
j : we have once more attained our higty goal as a Distinguished by it. of a real, old "Rebel" yell. Ev- Said fair one: "Then I don't Wait,
College. ---.iuJ.. lJtJr ". Mr/Sweeney told the, club something ;: eryone is. invited to come out and to go.

t I 1 i about sleep, which everyone i[hear this speech. -Gold and Black. j

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l. :. SOCIETY A very peppy meeting was enjoyedby ,

the Ag. Club, Monday, March 21.I. I Clayton, Merriji and Sol Will Defend i.

Invites you to attend its sessions every Sundaymorning It BY T. F. WEST, Jr. + The most important business of the the Society; With Brengle

. evening was the election of officers as the Alternate *
: at 9:30. +
+ f/i Mr. H. G. Hamilton was chosen to '
+ + + + f +
j We study PRACTICAL PROBLEMS t grace the chair in the capacity of The Farr Literary Society held a

!Pertaining to your Social, Moral, and Economic life. I Pi Kappa Alpha Dance. president, There is ty doubt :but preliminaries on Monday evening tonteli"ine
what this office is well filled and thata the team which is to meet
1 Visit us once; you will.comeagain. The members of the Pi Kappa Alpha -
t live, wide-awake program will be 've John Marshall Debating Society in
Fraternity the hosts
were an
t Cars will.be out from town to take you in t Informal dance given in their fraternity carried out by the club throughoutthe he near future in what is expected

Lets all year. fo be the most closely contested of
1 go rooms on last Saturday eve- \
I ning, March 19th. Mr. C. L. Link was elected to the the intersocietydebates.. Judges of .

I office of vice-president, having served the occasion were Dr. C. L. Crow
Dancing began
t promptly at! 9:30
39 secretary and treasurer last term. "'r. I..M Bristol and H. M. Fried-
continuing until the clock struck 12:!
Bert Ames was given the unsophisticated lander, the last mentioned substituting

.... ..... .............. at which, assuring time the all exchanged hosts of an goodbyes en-- honor of filling the office vacated Dr. Farr ,who was unavoidably ,

joyable evening. by Mr. Link. The next thing'in absent. The judges selected E. A.

order was the election of critic Claytor. J. M. Merrin and T. D. Sole
-- Beautiful
music was rendered'by "
the "Florida Fve Orchestra.* his being well filled by Mr. to represent the society, with E. M.

I i Those eers, who immediately made a Drig-I Prentrle as alternate of the team. ;
attending was the local society :
tkeatkJ.f contingent- aided by a numberof ful speech, urging every one The question to be debated'is "Re

I tend the meetings and take an active solved "That the Philippines shall
.. visiting young ladies and men.
>1-, .: r *-* l part on the programs, as it is a good be granted independence within two

Theta Chi Pop Dance preparation in public speaking, which ,v'ars." This question was submittedto

will be useful in after life. H. S. the Lawyers, who chose the nega-
A Good Place to Eat 4 The Theta Chi Fraternity enter-
Wilson was chosen custodian of the tive side. .
tained with a pop dance at their at-
tractive joke box and "Rat" Martell as re r r. Crow made the report of the
on University avenue
porter.Mr. committee with timely remark
last i I many
Friday afternoon
.................... The Beta Zeta Chapter of the Kappa Driggers gave an excellent talk I I j i and advisory suggestions, as well as
the of to the criticism of constructive nature.
on Imyportance ducatfcn i a
.,. ., .-. Alpha Fraternity have issued invi-
rr; a:. tations Farmer. He brought but the point i!i Others who entered the trials of
for a dance to be given on
I that graduating from a college did "*" team were George Hanly, R. B.

:he Alachua Restaurant a nd J unch Room 9 Thursday 4:30 o'clock.afternoon, April 7th, at not necessarily mean that one is educated -'. Hoskins, HaYnes and K. K. Hanse .

but one who has this opportunity These men showed good material and

FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN g The Pi Kappa#-Alpha# Fraternity is in a position to more ably ,,,P., represent the society in debates <

solve the problems that r'
many come to come.
Half a Block from Atlantic Coast Line were the hosts at a pop dance last
.pot. up on the farm. This, as well as his
Wednesday evening, March 16th.
507 CJainfcsville.HoridISTHE I fU-ttf.HF humorous quotations, was very appro- "COLLEGE SIDELIGHTS'

priate and was enjoyed by the club.
Omega Chapter of the
"Rat" Martell filled a part on the At the University of South Caro-

: ..; -' ,,: =:; .. ".. ... -:::.. entertain Alpha Tau, Omega Fraternity wjill program by telling what he did not :1 ling the prepeotive! football squad
with a dance at their home i
know' about oration. Since no bricks lfor the 1921 season has been hard at
I! Friday afternoon, April 8th.
were handy none were thrown. vork since the middle, of February.
The committee on carnival was The Gamecocks after a successful
Truman Green, Geo. Mi-
voted absolute power in regard to season in 1920 are pinning their
OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER s, lan, R. P. Redman and Jones were-
ARABLE matters that may come up in arrang- Ue3 on a super-team for the com-
visitors to DeLand
FOR THE UNIVERSITY OFFLORIDA ing for the Ag. sideshow. They have :ng- season.
ing the State convention of the Sig-
ome very good ideas and if given
ma Nu Fraternity. They report having
I the hearty support of the club will Carnegie Institute of Technologyhas
had a good time as dances and
put the show across in the usual started a drive for $50,000 in an
.' ;;:=:; ? ::" ':- banquets were the predominating features -
of the entertainment. You snappy manner. There being no other effort to get funds to complete their

business the club adjourned to meet stadium on Carson Field, Pittsburg.By .
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While in Jacksonville i iGC fair Co-eds-- # again Remember next Monday even night.Ag. man is* invited the decision of the joint com-
Miss to be out promptly next Mondayat ,mift e yon dancing, which consists of
McKillop of Bartow
was the
the new meeting time, 7 o'clock. the recreational director, Mrs. Ellen
1O guest of her brother during th
s past
e i --- I B. Botch and a number of men and

o p0Cho week-end. J FLINT CHEMICAL SOCIETY women students the shimmy, the
I .l toddle and cheek to cheek dancing
The Newman Club is to entertain
The Flint Chemical Society held have been barred from Oberlin
with a dance to be given at the Elks' I
what was probably the most Interesting I, dances.
Friday evening, April 1st. -Oberlin Review.
as well as instructive
enrol erg ,i II Kappa Alpha 'Dance. of the year, Wednesday night, the 9th,
in the Gym. Dartmouth has dedicated a newtrio,000.swimming
The rats of the Pi Kappa Alpha :

NE HUNDRED DEPARTMENTS J L fraternity were the hosts at an ir Two scientific films were securedby I I pool, the Rochester gift of I J
Holland Harty Spaulding of
B3EMM DDBHSasa <9 r >2S ;:! I formal dance given last Saturd' the program committee. through
N. II., a former governor of the
the of the Extension .
evening, March 19th, in honor of th courtesy Divis-
ested Glasses Fitted old men. ion, for this meeting. The pictures state.

I Dancing started promptly at 9:3r: shown were Modern Methods of Refining -University News.

1'and continued until the midnight Sugar and Asphalt Industry.A .

Do Our Own Lens Grindin. I hour. A general good time was par- very short business session was Western Collegcsl, to Play in Orient

ticipated in, as the occasion was one held, the most of the evening being Plans are being made in California

No wVrJ: Delay of joy and merriment. given to the pictures. All who at- to send two baseball teams to the

tended this Orient this season. Seventeen men
+ Beautiful selections: were renderedby meeting agreed that they

I 6 the Florida Five Orchestra, so had learned several facts about these will be sent from Stanford and,a like '

lO.Coles] f & Son. when the last strains of "Home Sweet important subects. Next meeting [number from 'California. If this 4

1 Home" died away all exchanged good-1 March 23. trip takes place, the game betweenthe

byes, assuring the hosts of a delightful 'rival institutions! probably will

.an Opticians : _Gainesville, Florida evening. be played in Japan.

Those present were the local so- POLK. -Rocky Mt College.

-- ---. ciety contingent aided by a number Many counties the various Statesof

I of visiting young ladies and gentlemen. these!= United' States were named The University Washington and

after President James K. Polk. On the University of Wisconsin crews

are to race this coming spring on
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/ a county was formd -
The Theta Chi Fraternity enter Lake Washington, if plans now under -
: I in Florida, was named after the
tained with a pop dance at their at- consideration go through. If the
THE BON TON" tractive fraternity home last Friday eleventh preside bf the United plans are followed, this will be the :

j afternoon, March 18.. States, Polk. -W. J. Cody. first time any but a Pacific Coast ,

Refreshment ParlqiJ> -& crew has come to Washington waters :

B. Y. P. U. Social. to race.
were: Chinese lawn ball, peanut
A social affair of interest duringthe -Rocky Mt. Collegian.
Complete Line of Fraternity Stationery I past week-end was a lawn party hunt, finger measurement, candy tIn

chase and cracker eating contest.,
Candies andTobaccoes of allKinds i I given by the Baptist Young People's At the close of the evening's enter- 1930. ;
last Sautrday evening at the
-............. Union tainment it.was found that neither Aviator (on way to court-But,
home tof Mrs. -Cooper in North..r
side had won as the result was a tis. officer, I was only doing sixty miles
Courtesy, Service and Strictly Sanitary I Gainesville.
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into two groups known as the Rounds Aero Cop-Who said anything J
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PARR LITERARY SOCIETY r I The Value of the "Whiz-Bang" in: announced at the next meeting.

i: I[ College-Talk by George Stanley. I Following the business mee-tfng I I There's a Lot ef Comfort in a Good Pipe ;

: The Farr Literary Society was entertained I Debate: "Resolved; That Law Stu- consisting of a debate -
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I I on Monday evening with dents Should be Required to Pass was program j' t. We Have all Pope at Stales at .

two reels of pictures procured from Two Years of A. B. Before Being : "Resolved That study hours .50, .75, and 1:00 I Ii
the dorma-I I : :
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the Extension,Division; they were enjoyed Admitted to the Law College. I .
I'! j by the society which is indebted There will be no program on the tories, under faculty supervision-J JI i L. C. SmithS

,i i to the Division for their 'use. Mr. following Monday, as that is the;I be in force from 7:30 each evening .
; Winfield very kindly! operated the evening for the inter-society debate.! I I.a. .-' ---.ii:_,.. -,.......-.-.. ,
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1. I I A short business meeting followed I room for a short business session, af-! for failure to observe the rules of the I __......-..__.--, -..--:- S ..f;: ::.-::... ,.
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I" the pictures. Mr. Wells as chairman ter which they will'attend the debatein supervision. The question was won I

I I i of the program committee an- Peabody auditorium. On the third by the affirmative, represented by T. ]

; nounced the program for the eominj' : Monday from date there will be an F. Ferguson and K. K. Hansene. Y .
ii follows oratorical contest of five minutes GAINESVILLE
i Monday as : negative was debated by J. H. Markham z
The Significance of EasterTalkby duration for each speaker. Details 1
f. I and H. N. S. Jones. lt
Earl Jones.f of the contest will be arranged and i I l

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Enter i Is the Greatest L \ Tulane Man Tried to Kiss Her b
But Fatal Glow of Cigarette Revealed -
tfiffi Power a man "Jazz Bow" on His Upper
x Lip and Girls Said No. '
The New Spring Can have : <

I II The birds are singing in the trees,
Behind him- The fairy lightly trips,

Manhattans I Do not Envy The "Jellies" gayly sally forth '

.. ,,;i With darkened upper lips.
\ y; The man
i'. !: "And that is life's great tragedy,"
I Who has quoth the Newcomb maid, as she
At the threshold of the dawning new Season we present the new Spring m viewed her youthful lover with his

Manhattan Shirts in all their splendor, exclusiveness and individuality. IB; A home of s lip all in the shade! 'Twas a sad
and serious scene-there beneaththe

t \ The usual initative of the makers. is again evident in the smart effects !x His own- i moon-When the daring Tulane
r. student came around one night to

which stamp Manhattan shirts as a superior product x Your opportunityIs .. spoon. He loved this Newcomb
maiden-why sure-she "his
not in was
'Nwe Weaves-New Patern Ideas-Immaculate Tailoring' 'tfifl girl." He sang to her of shady _-
But in Thrift nooks and wrote about her curls. i
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Perfection Throughout. > 'c He told her stories' of wild (1)
\ !fi Save and Invest nights, and filled her heart with fire.

Oh, he could jazz upon the harp, and
l They re Beady 0' m Your savingsIn he could play the-lyre! (?) And

<.. then at last it happened. It was an j
4 \ .f' '- I a home of awful sight-On the Sophie New- I

S ; 4 j Your comb campus-one week ago last
own night! She met him in theshadows ;
(don't ever breathe this fact-but t
I M Newcomb maidens do it when the '

a -.' .ji" W. U SPHOOLEYSELLS watchman turns his back!) Dark it
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Our Branch at theCOLLEGE INN is at your service., r_*. Freshman and her lovin' Tulane man
SELLS the -'Way off in the shadows-far from
every sound. And the moon shone up t
above them, as they walked and i
+i't tRu: +r ttftyltft 'tYi t itfit'ttfttfitfitfi' 'tyi t A 'z'n .mlrltji'fiI; andRENTS walked around. And when they
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reached the darkest nook, what ,
the TOVNClearW"ater memories came to him.; His heart
began to ball the jack; his head be-
can to swim. He paused a moment i
ORTON'S in the dark-He was bold, you bet. :

OVELTIES.ART ELI WITT CIGAR CO. Fla .j'8reUp-And then! that Tulane lover-lit a :

and GIFT SHOP The flare of a harmless little
Maker of Picture Frame CIGARS match-:Yet what a fatal step-For

.. in that plow the maiden saw-that I
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"i zz bow" on his lip! A tear
c'"amed in her eye. How saddened
?ARY BARBERSHOP >, 1. Tampa, Florida WPS hpr plight as she murmured with
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'-- Tampa Nugget Hav'a Tampa conviction-"No, Jim! Not tonight!" \ .
P S.-Thus the tragedy is concluded ;
e FloridaIn \ Baird Hardware Co. (for a tragedy it surely Is'
/ with a plea that TuTan's manhood
Hotel '
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1 JOS. J. SEYKORA H B. M. TENCH H The Last Page I

I ,. Eagerly, devouringly, they gazedat ; ;
each other. Slowly yearningly,
SUPPLY Phone 107 Gainesville, FloridaJ. O Gainesville, 0 he reached out his arms and then.

W. McCOLLUM & CO. + Phone 7 Gainesville, Fla with a sigh dropped them to his_

I COMP&NYFLASHLIGHTS& DRUGGISTSThe Rexall Store E Florida E -.-- sides again."No. no\". he groaned. "I must

Agents for ELECTRIC- SHOE REPAIRDEPARTMENT not.-I haven't the ri ?ht."
LigRctts and Norris' Candies "Why, why?" whispered the girl
Gainesville Florida S tenderly. "We were made for each.:

LAMP SHADES FLORIDA BARBER SHOP See Vidal Drug Company SHOE SHINE PARLOR And then they made for each _

For Students and Others For Drugs, Stationery, Toilet CHESNUT'SStIOE other. Then End. "J;:

Haircuts 35c. Articles, Candies .
Shaves 20c. ,-Puppet. r

When yon need anything dec- West Side Squan. Gainesville Souvenir Cards, Waterman Pens STORE A SHORTER <

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anyone seeking a professional career
J.S.BODIFORD I .to take his ahm from around
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Suitings ciency.
Mandy-Tell him yoself. He'sa
I The Home pufect stranger to me. short and
Ie7 are the latest Creationsfor inexpensive, and Is
given with back J
a money guaranteeif
the well dressed man not satisfied. -

for,Spring and Summerwear. / "The lawyer brought a sTurnmy SEND THIS CLIPPING TODAY';
I dancer in as the next witness.
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JACKSONVILLESPORTING '., ,' OF judge 1416 Broadway, S ;
He dismissed the because
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I i FLORIDA READY FOR Jacksonville had a pretty race in- the,. is referee; Prof. P. L. Reed is (field > Perpetual Motion. bald% be- STUDENTS.HEAR CONDII !
STATE TRACK MEET is 1 She: They say men grow
220-yard hurdles, finishing in the judge; Lieutenant Atkinson
\ (Continued from Page One) order named. Snyder holds this rec-i i starter. The judges of finish are cause of the Intense activity of their IN INDiA[ ATCI! I

I feet seven and one-quarter inches. ord, 28 seconds. 1 Professors Black, Brest Cody, She brains. (Cortiuued From Pare
: Alsobrook of Leesburg was second Some athlete will make a record in ly. Scorers Professors Willough- He: Yes, and I say that women ;.munities it is necessary"10
are i intense
of the
t w Fort Lauderdale came strong in the discus this meet, for the event has have no beards because the economic fta.
the half-mile, run. Brendla won the just been added to the list. The by, J. R. Gunn, B. L.. Dickson. Time activity of their chins.I I'j tianity can make before! k

event ,and his teammate, Weidling, Olympic discus will be used. I j i I keepers, White, Manchester, Roger tation is program'
I was second. Gordon of Fort Lauderdale The relay race was won by Gaines- Announcer, Pfeiffer. Assistant field !I A visitor from the prohibition west I expert as essential >I
1, ; ; and Stevens of Jacksonville ville. Jacksonville finished second, judges: W: A. McKey, C. H. Baker, J.1; 'asked his friend if the town ..was plan as the man who merely
t' N>Id this record, two minutes eleven Orlando third, and Daytona fourth.A !really dry. .. bbolc knowledge of theology.
jeconds. F. Merrin\ G. H. Hodges, Nichols:: .
special relay cup is being given I Dry? echoed the friend. "Why This man's work is to .
t The 220-yard dash was a close race. by V. E. .Jacobs and Company of Vandergrift, Tootie? Perry, 'VilSky.j we're so dry here we have to pin our da tier, which Uy F
I Burke of Tampa.winning over Clarke Jacksonville. The two Meet Chief marshall: Baker. Assistant, onWr letters. I Iv upon Christianit,
: of Jacksonville. Dixon of Winter, given by H. & W., B. Drew, and by marshalls: E. F. Gunn, Meisch, Carlton l postage I J" be: built firmly and unAaveri
I Haven and Gifford of Vero in is a real work for
t i this placed Knight & Wall, are now in the pos- Hughes, Norton, Coleman, Ford, any man tt
event. The record of 24
: is held by Pearson of Brooksville and session of Jacksonville. Some other Otto. Clerk of course: Sollee. As- A bit of tulle I preaching the word of God fej.
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sistant clerks of W. W. Gunn, A yard of silk and convincingly.,
Snyder of Daytona. high schools threaten to take these! course I I:
A j The running broad jump record is emblems of victory away from the Cox, Shepard, Leonard, King, Bivens, As white as milk Mr. Higginbotham pointed OUt n

t': + f f high, 21 feet 3 3-4 inches, held by A. Duval boys at Gainesville on April Friedlander. Callers: C. Anderson, A How little dare strap she breatheA need still existing for men fe

N. Sollee of Jacksonville, captain of Woodward, Green, H. Perry. Field little cough field in India, and showed hoY
\ the 'Gator track team. Baker of 9th.The
Jacksonville officials for the meet have just doctors; Drs. DePass and Sweet. "Good Evening" Eve. could be of real service to BI
won last year, and Lewis
: his teammate, was second. been announced. Coach W. G. Kline Press Steward: Truman Green. -University Review. by work of this kind.

: A Jacksonville boy, Stevens, holds i tfel
the mile record of minutes. 7 3-5 --- '
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was an interestingevent ;
last season. The two barefoot '.4 ,
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i{;j ;Lauderdale When In Jacksonville .
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J Finklestein, won the high hurdles. .
I Snyder of Daytona holds this record, I .
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previous ,State mark. Lewis of Jack- : Accommodating hd

; sonville won at 40 feet 7 3-4 inches.
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;,: Orlando, was third ; . "li\ the< heart of Jacksonville''"" bisn

I holds the 440-yard dash record. lie ,. ;.: .. ,
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I j made the distance in 54 seconds. /: .
x Clarke of Jacksonville won in 1920,I : :, ,:; F
;I i and Powell of Tampa was second. I ,..
R! Sollee also holds the pole vault recr ,
; ord. This'exceptional track man ; V a

''I I p i vaulted 10 Jacksonville ft. 9 in., when High he was school.attending ::4. : :

Alsobrook of Leesburg took last year's t
,i I event, and Hunter of Leesburg was

second. I I '-. If you can't come write us and we'll fill your wants 1t4
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I I a cow with a mule to get milk with She-By your last name if you i!, THE
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