The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1921
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Vol. IX. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA --- -- --- __ _,_ :.

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THEM God in his infinite


.Be With Camp Benning, Gators DifHfJ ? of the blessed angels the spiritof ...-.... ..- -.. .
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rp; One of the Hardest Fights PEAKS\ Mrs. Jennie
Henderson Mur- V t Stanly, Link, Battle and Schofield
Made by a Florida Team, phree, wife of our beloved !-q I [v pplA. PJ-JI
Won Their Matches and Also the
f by Rally in Eighth. IN I I CPPFL, TODAY President, Dr. Albert A. Mur- Championship for Their Weights,
phree there
to dwell in the FRAT
While Coleman and Ormsby Won
TALE TWO TO ONE realms of
El everlasting peace and by Defaults.

UMPIRING INEFFICIENT pN iUNESS" happiness in the presence of JI\I n J.F TI"N

the Maker and Ruler of the BOXING CHAMPS SETTLED
l Umpiring Held the Gators In Universe! and His only son
Noted Agriculturist THEN AFTER. MAT FINALS
Hole All During the Game., Has Been Jesus Christ, our Savior; and, Thirteen .
Addressing the Ag. Students Men Elected This;; Year to
During j
Outclassed the Northern Whereas, she
; Past Week Will Talk can no more Great Honorary Fraternity-From finches and Walsh Came Out Victorious r
kiege Team Throughout. the walk in our midst in human ;
Student Body This Morning. t All Col'eses. With the Gloves, Walsh
form, thus causing us pain and Winning Over Lester! With Knock-
t first game with Camp Ben- grief at so great a loss to us ONE +
tthe at Columbus, Ga., the TEXT BOOKS and, SCHOLASTIC WORK Over Brown.
came from behind in the USED HERE Whereas, realizing that a

ng and snatched a victory greater grief must be borne by Chapter at the
Dr. Hume is, President University of Florida The finals of the U. of F. wrestling
i s the army team by a .score of Painter Fertilizer of the E. O. our beloved President and famIly Founded in 1912-Has Been Strong I I, "n.1 boxintr tournaments were com-
I Co., and the J' who -
must bear the loneliness
Ever Since.
Glenn St. t nleted 1 Tuesday evening in the Y. M.
Mary's Nurseries.Dr. .
triman pitching for Florida al- of home without a faithful r- A. Fifteen' matches were' finishedin

4 only four hits, and these were I._ wife and loving mother; The hf' inning of the Phi' KappaPhi the final rounds for the champion- .;.
II II. Hume
:Tell scattered. He in will speak in BE. IT RESOLVED by the .t, t
i was rare raternity was not very auspic- < 9\ in the various weights. ,
3 i, and the entire team played chapel this morning on "Business.:' ; Student Body of the Universityof "on* The first seeds were sown in Honors in the last matches fell to .. i

.15 ball' behind his air-tight Dr. Hump speaks from the stand- Florida, in solemn meeting 1Cor! : nnd hi 1SD7 ten members of the ''tarlev. weight 142, over A. Simmons -

5J& Camp Benning scored their point of the scholar and of the : assembled, that we convey to Senior class of the University of weight 14G./ Stanley won by

runs in the fourth inning when practical business man who has made I President Albert A. Murphree Ma'ne were picked as having the 1 body hold in 5 minutes, 45 seconds

row was hit by a pitched ball a real success. .: and family, as best can be done hiphfst average grades for the four oth of these showed a fighting spirit .

was sacrificed to second by Nel- lIe is the author of several bookson ; by human words our sincere "->-.>s of the course: Together with nd the clever work of Andy was"lv

Meyers walked, but Lystad, the citrus culture and on pecan cul- 1 and heartfelt sym'pathy in this three members of the faculty, these stopped by his falling into a

! man op forced him out at sec- ture. These have found a splendid ; hour of bereavement and sor fii r'en formed the first chapter of hold which he could not break. The

,Morrow going to third. Lystad circulation, not only for use as a' row which we hope will be 'h TH' Kanpa Phi fraternity. The winning of this match entitIes Stanley -

(second on the next ball and Ly- college textbook but also as a book : softened by the knowledge that tandard of membership and the re- to the gold medal which wasf'ivpn

scored them both with a pretty of guidance and reference for the we shall meet her again in the '1 nrements have never been lowered, I to the champion of his weight. "

a leaguer which fell just back general farmer and grower.As City of the New Jerusalem; hut the growth of the organization t The others undefeated are Link, 124, 6

aond base. a farmer<< and grower he has where there shall be no parting. hIS beer rapid. There are at present who threw Bowen, 114, in an exciting '

"Gators scored their three runs.e had splendid success. Principally he BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED twenty-two chapters and forty-two match lasting 14 minutes, Battle Ifll

eighth inning, when White, i Is 'a horticulturist and it is in this that a copy of this resolu- >hundred members. had little trouble with A. J. Geiger,

a?for Mahannah smashed out a field that he has best exhibited his tion be sent to President AlbertA. The; University of Florida chapter 173.'whi1&hofield.' 192, succeeded in. '

bagger and was brought home well-recognized ability. Realizingthe Murphree and family, and '.ame into being in 1012, and has since downing; !: Talbert, 212, in 19 minutes. r

i Madison drove out a long sin- value' of scientifice selection o f a copy be given 'to the press.: taken an active part in all the activities The second fall was forfeited to Scho- "

:i right field. Blake singled past stock in the first place followed by of the organization. There have field on account of injury on the part

' stop, Madison being held at sec- careful and correct tending, he has ; been one hundred 1 and sixty four of Ta ert. The forfeited matches

Blake was forced out on the made? },;s own groves a model of GAINESVILLETALLAHASSEEQUI : embers elected to the University are R. A. Carleton to R. E. Cole-

play, Madison going to third. scientific culture. His citrus stock :'TETTE of Florida chapter. At present Prof. man; Chatham to Ormsby. Ormsbyhas

i stole second. Carlton scored carefully selected for the various Walloughby is president of this chap. agreed however, to match him- ;

runners with a hot single whicnsecond kinds of conditions it's tremendous Realizing that variety is the spice ter, Professor Perry is treasurer and self against Ennis, the last years ;

baseman knocked down, sale to the growers of the. state of life a party of University boys Dr. Simpson is secretary. champ, for the championship in their

vaa unable to field. wishing; to use th > best possible stockIn composed of Chatham, Cooper, Ho Entrance requirements to the Phi weight.; Ennis was defeated in the .

"Gators showed up well in base their' groves. The Glenn St. Mary garth Johnson and Driggers hoisted Kappa Phi fraternity are largely a semi-finals by Chatham, but is expected I

llg ad hitting, ringing the old Nurseries: of which he is president, sails and journeyed Westward last latter of scholastic standing. An to show up much stronger in

seven times when hits meant !has a splendid record of achievement. Friday afternoon. After a pleasant verage tirade of 85" per cent muste this exhibition to be staged at the

Mr. Hume i is also president of theE. auto trip the party arrived in Tallahassee -. maintained for eligibility. Each time of the carnival. Another exhi-

-es: Pitching for the Army team O. Painter Fertilizer Company of early Saturday, where they S far a certain' number are elected bition to be given at this time will

plenty of smoke and curves, but Jacksonville a concern well known were joined by Dick Knight. "rom among those who have reached be between Coleman and Schofieldfor
Jerings Upon inquiry it was !earned that the heavy weight honors.
he required standard.
; The Dumber
were handled rather to the farmers of the state. He is
Jy; by the Florida boys. keen!". interested in the maintaining the most alluring feature of the Capi is limited to three men from each Boxing; supremacy was settled after -
rids onthit tal Gity was the State Colege for college and one from the Universityat the wrestling tournament by five
out which
played and com- of an efficient citrus exchange!: bouts between the winners of
7 outclassed Yale in every de- will guarantee by proper marketing Women. Being in search of the large. It i i" also customary to elect round semi-finals., thereferee's
the Hughes
ent of the game last Tuesday th"t the farmers of the state will re-. best; the party at once proceeded toj i I three members from the faculty each decision Brown won, and
loon Macon this plant, where they were first !1 year if possible. over
Ga. labor ;
The their
Florida ceiv the full benefit of in the mix between Walsh and
This fraternity has up
oatnit Dr. Conradi and MotherCawthon accomplished
the greeted by
northern advantages
collegians As he realizes the great
Lester the former after outpointinghis
0 one, and later by the choicestquintette :|; he t>uroos'" for which it was formed. j
pounding the offerings of derived from the University of i
in round settled
Pitchers of that char.ning student !j In has done much to raise the stand- opponent every
to all parts of the lot.. Florida by the state at large, Dr.! i, the argument with a K. O. The fans
; ard of in the universities
The following ladies the
ators body. were
\ took the lead in the Hume is strongly in back of the hope to see these champions don their
Misses Brit ? and colleges fortunate enough to -
inning hostesses of party: possess
and held it until the budget which will afford the univer I gloves against each other. Another
frame Fuge, Odom and Doke. j a chapter.
when Yale tied the score. pity an opportunity to prove to tb n I I match setled Thursday evening was t
Here follows a list of the uni-
POint I From all reports but little is known
J Florida seemed to take stat of greater practical advantage versities and between Hume and Preece.
life of the following three days except colleges boasting chapters -
! and -
scored two more than before. of the Phi Phi On 15th the Business Volley
the that Slim Hogarth took first place in Kappa : April
,111 next inning, the In view of the fact that b<* is so
Every more stanzas of the con- familiar with all phases of the Driggerd as close seconds. Cooper Delaware College. C. A. will play here against the U.

t man on the Florida teamn state's business conditions and prospects Auburn Polytechnic. of F quintet The University team i t
with forwardto and Chatham believing in diversification
every ounce of strength ;;; his lecture is looked University of Florida. expects to show up well when they 1
,putting everything that they with! pleasure by the entire stu soon proved their worth as Georgia T eh. meet these visitors, ,for Coach Man-
'to to the studentbody
game. The 'Gatorsery dent body and faculty. rows State College. i chester has moulded his men into a
i at large. It is generally understood '
run made by clean Kansas State College. I team which he expect will easily de-
f' while I that Cooper has a sister at the
Yale earned only nix County clubs and other organizations : University of Maine. !. feat the visitors. Later in the sea-
'it but from authentic reports
twelve. However, by some on the campus which are expecting State College. considered all Massachusetts Agricultural College]I son a return game will be played in
timely the it seems that
assistance from umpire to present booths at North Dakota Agricultural College the Jacksonville "Y."

oa they Were helped along *at carnival should have all plans completed as sisters. Utah Agricultural College. Accompanying the Jacksonville
o booths report a very pleasant
The boys
Portunity until the final early in order that the s Oklahoma Agricultural College. volley ball team visitors will be an
stood and gladden our hearts with the
12-11 in their favor. may be opened with pep and right stay that in the very near future the University of Wisconsin. aggregation of wrestling champs,
contest was held up on time. news Missouri School of Mines. who will battle against various
by many College choir is to pay the
constant wrangling the State Washington State College. champs of the University. The out-

1 Jnaking several decisions that Anyone wainting to know a place University a visit. University of Tennessee. look for these bouts is particularly

lOt be accounted for at alL where veal may be bought for a Syracuse University bright, since the University supportsa
of impresiondid
What sort an
d one of these decision meant few francs a kilometerengineering.students Hinky- make in last Rhode Island State College. strong and formidable team.
r ana against the 'Gators. The take notice, also ags-may Genevieve Pennsylvania State College, After these matches Dr. Manchester -
1 was wholly unreasonable in secure such information by applyingto night Nebraska University. will stage an inter-college vol-
o Dinky-Perf, but darned hard to
World not listen to any pro O. N. :Berg. Cow. University of New Mexico. ley ball tournament and urges all

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f : Thursday afternoon and Friday even- PYRAMID :
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t. Roberts tasted his first defeat by New York City, .
.. West Side Gainesvilleoocooooooooooc
Squarv herewith ia i GOODS
"Red" Curtis, from a body scissors, Gentlemen: Enclosed i iI
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i utes of fast and stiff wrestling. R. S. DORSEY & CO. shorthand course in ten easy lessonsby : BaseBall Lawn
F. Chatham and Ormsby won by decision Everything in GroceriesFor mail. It is understood that at the' i Foot Ball TennfJ

of aggressiveness, defeating Goodness Sake Drink end of five days, I am not satisfied Hardware of all. Kinds. i
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I M ; champion-of the previous year, and + + t 4' + + + Name ..-__._-_._- ------5-- t THE THOMAS COMPANY
Leisher. The last match was the Street __.---...------------
!I' surprise of the evening. By an as- J.S.BODIFORD: City and StateBaird .:- Phone 22University I

i i tounding amount of strength and
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I I ability to remain on his feet, Ormsby & COMPANYDRUGGISTS t.

the successfully last five broke minutes every overran hold his and opponent in- Hardware Co. ....... ......4.. ............ ,

i' and won the match on ag SPORTING GOODS ;i
; gressiveness. With some instruc I EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL
I' 'tion in the technique of the art the Men
i i. University can develop in this newcomer j]I! KODAKS'CUTLERY [
,a versatile wrestler. JOS. J. SEYKORA J '

,.... The matches were preceded by a You are AvaysWELCOMED
t clever exhibition between Coleman "" '.
Phone 107 Gainesville, FloridaJ.
!: and Battle. Many of the audience AT S

i; f hope to see these two in a contest W. McCOLLUM- & CO. '-h me 7 Gainesville, Fla \ 6
I for a fall, for both are clever, evenly DRUGGISTSThe '

matched and strong. / Rexall Store : MeDOWALLS
i \ The judges for the evening were Agents for I

[ Nichols, Walsh and Dr. Sweet, while Liggetts and Norris' Candies J SHOE REPAIRDEPARTMENT : '
r. Lee officiated as referee. Dr. Manchester Gainesville: Florida LECTRIC Come in and make<<: yourselves at home
;; I as time keeper and John

Sherman repeated his performance at U

i 1 the official megaphone artist. Novelty SHOE SHINE PARLOR ....- :_.,"" ...;.,:'.:MjiiI :.- ",' ,

:.; LAKE. CHESNUT'SSHOE ::...:; .. ; .t:.. :.: .:....__. "'= ;;:j_ ......'
i Years ago what is now Lake'county SuitingsThey ". -.
s was parts of Sumter, Marion ami STORE k '

t I' Orange counties. In those days a are the latest Creationsfor Hotel Hilsboro

I 1 t. man"named Abrams came to Florida the well dressed man a o t E: 'I
I and started a little settlement on the "
I north shore of Lake Dora. He named for Spring and Summerwear. Satisfaction Guartiteed 'V : "TOP 0'IHETOWN"S

; his settlement Tavares. He built an .
i .' f opera house in this town, and later South Sid Square : Largest All Year Round Hotel
t ran a sort of railroad to the Gulf of .
Price $25 to $60 i In tate'-
Mexico. He called this railroad the '
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Tavares and Gulf. X : .
I Nick Damato i
i t Abrams' little settlement grew, and Tampa Florida
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: he began to have some political power. / i
1 When his became strong
r enough, he combined power with other political Cleaning: PrE.'ssingand Altering! ,The LyricI .......-=" "'" r ,,' .
j leaders in his{ section. They petitioned 121 E. Union St. \ l :: -

1<1 that a part of Orange coun- Phone 511 j ._..,
ty, extending from Haynes Creek and: .......-
I -Dead river on the west, should be T -
The Home
{ made into a separate county. Popular Goods at Popular Prices .
The citizens living just west of GAINESVillEElEGTAIG i

: Dead river and Haynes creek, not be- t at
ing satisfied with the conservatism ot -

: Sumter county, heard of the proposed SUPPLY | BURKHIM'SDO {
i new county. They imediately got upa .. OF

a petition asking to be made a part .... .... .... ..... ...
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r Now the admission of these citizens FCOMPANY -:. .'.,. ..= '...':---".._.., -;. .. $.
t would lessen the political power of ; '

1 I Abrams. And Abrams wanted more bt BUSINESS WITH
I r power, not less power. So when he Good Pictures THE
1 1 this of Sumter I FLORIDA NATIONAL
i saw that strip county BANK
'i would be made a part of the new county LAMP SHADESWhen "The New Million Dollar
he immediately called in his coworkers i Bank" Resources Over $2,000,000
r and before the State could
r grant this petition he had another ';!", .l: :!7" d ........ .,R.. ",' .:., -

r strip taken in. This strip was taken you need anything electrical s HOE S .o -
!j ; off the southeast corner of Marion drop in and see u;
t county. It restored the balance of 512 East Main Street Telephone 12s

3 1. f fpower to Abrams. H B. M. TENCH H
1 l. After the petition was granted and ----- The Phifer'State Bank
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f the county was formed, a very closely .
y I r f contested election was held and 0 Gainesville, 0 I
t v Strong Safe and
t Tavares was made county seat. NORAH Accommodating
i r, Mr. H. H. Duncan, who lived to the _
: !:- south of Lake Harris, was elected E ; Florida E .
t county clerk, which office he held until ART and GIFT SHOP
: j i- his death. He named the new Maker of Picture Frames :'fi'7i!MSffififfif! $Sffiffi! !fiIififiiifi! ! !
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i I county Lake,. because of its many !

f large and beautiful lakes.R SANITARY BARBERSHOP 91' DICK REID I Im
r P. Burton. See Vidal Drug /CompanyFor ,

= tt- Drugs, Stationery, Toilet Modes of..the MomentS
tr' The old-fashioned girl used to stay Gainesville FloridaIn '
505 Franklin .. J'Iad
Articles, Candies Street -Tampa,
r at home when she had nothing tol'
the Graham Hotel Hats
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L- wear.-Ex. Souvenir Cards, Waterman Ptas -Furnishings fta.l
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SOCIETY Colsoi/Land CompanyImproved

Invites you to attend Its sessions every Sunday + BY T. F. WEST, Jr. 4. ., .
morning at 9:30. Farms of all sizes
PRACTICAL + + + + + + All sorts of City Property
We study PROBLEMS At right prices and reasonable terms
Lining to your Social, Moral, and Economic life. Buyers should consult them before making a
Visit us once; you will comeagain.Cars SOCIAL CALENDAR choice property
flee opposite A.C.L, Depot Ph o) ir
will be out town to take in
you tt Thursday-Afternoon, April 7th-K. .
Lets all go! A. Donce-At Home.
Thursday ... .!___ 4Ii. -
t Evening April 7th _

.... ... ..... ... Tenth SocIetY-Elks'animal ball-Theta Ribbon I

....... Friday-Afternoon Club., April 8th.-A. T. 1s; ; -1!

.... ........ ( Friday O. Dance-At Evening home., April 8th-Fif : ACCESSORIES

/ teenth annual ball-Serpent
Society-Elks' Club.SaturdaYEvening. tt GOODYEAR and AJAX ,
April 9th V
.4 annual Gymnasium.military ball University t SAVE-SERVE-SATISFY

L- U. D. C. DANCEA : Gainesville Auto Supply Company

Place to Eat I II
brilliant affair of the past week- I
end was dance
a given by the United
Daughters of the Confederacy on last 1 __________ ___ "' 4' ,
................ Saturday evening at the Elks Club.
A large crowd was present, the .
evening ideal as I cr CcccN ct? ?rc' Ffist t CJf ff e 1c the
was for
dancing ami)

ie Alachua Restaurant and launch Room beautiful the University selections Five were orchestra.rendered by A. C. L. H'RO I

Fruit punch was served throughout
One Door North A. C. L. Depol
Half a Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot Dancing was enjoyed until the .
midnight hour at which time all departed .
GaineavilleFloridRABLE --- .. ...... ....
J507 assured of having a good --- ---- ---- -- .
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". EN SUITE. t We Guarantee Personal Attention to Prescription f
Only Purest Drugs Used. }.OW Prices. Quality GuaraaUed

Little Frank Pomeroy was enter- t Gainesville, Florida. ,
tained Saturday afternoon with de- ,
lightful Easter a I -_______. sw__ ________ __
Hunt -
Egg given by
his guardians Messrs. Meisch, Jones ------------ -- "
FOR THE UNIVERSITY FLORIDA and Spencer in their beautiful apart- I 3I j jII
ments in Buckman Hall.
Among those present were Messrs. II I GREENLEAF& CROSBY .CO 1PANY.

.' ". .,' Abe Phiel, Kenneth Warnock, Pitt I ,
"Noted for
Tomlinson, Claud Anderson: and oth- Quality"Diamonds
.. .. er young friends of little master t !
HBB63iHB j3IHB5.jj WKS!< w&s 3 B! Pomeroy. t Fine Jewelry, China. Cut Glass and Silverware

While in Jacksonville I Young Frank was very fortunatein
finding the golden egg and was t 10.t West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.
GC TO awarded as a prize a beautiful blush- t
Selection Sent
on Request
J ing bunny. ;
I t Class Pine, Rings, Medals, Trophies.
Qo Everyone enjoyed the afternoon and

1 1u l voted among little the smaller,Frank boys.Flambeau very. popular I f

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oljenrol tn Last Saturday afternoon a number
I of the University boys and Gaines-
ville girls were the participants in a
-- HUNDRED. .. DEPARTMENTS....JE ","",.t.- I, regular Devil's Mill old Hoper.time picnic, out at the THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

Ttec1 The crowd left town about 3 o'clockin
Glasses fitted
the afternoon returning during the Basement Language Hall
[Do Our Own Lens Grindin predominating feature of the I LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS, FRESHMAN CAPS
ocasion were the taking of pictures I MEMORY BOOKS. ETC.
No HI Delay and the Absence of certain couples at: :1 Everything For the Student .

..... irregular intervals. As usual one ol:'i f .
I the cars had to get lost on the return.1 ,. ....
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ac008 I & Son. trip, so the leaders had to go to theirrescue. ....
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Those making up the jolly part
an Opticians Gainesville, Florida were Misses Beatrice Minor, Bills
r_ Minor, Anne McKinstry Miss Parrot,: : DORAN'S BICYCLE SHOP ;' ;
r< ......,. .... -. __ .- --.., Eloise Saunders, Billy McCormick, .
I Anne Dorsey, Natalie Bell and Miss I I East Main Street
I Wilson. Also Messrs. Gordon Buie,, FOR BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES and REPAIRS.
t Howard Buie, Douglis Williams Harry .. t

Deley Hunt, Carr Colly.
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Glover :Miller and Harry Jones.
I r THE BON TON" : *-*

Miss Mary MsCormick was the Invitations have been issued for the You should see Wyche Getzen make
1 Refreshment Park c. hostess at an informal dance given in Tenth Annual Ball of the Theta Ribbon punch and wash dishes. He is a
I, I Ir Society which is to take place at strong believer in "preparedness.?
the Delta Rho rooms last Monday eve-
Complete the Elks' Club on the evening of April
Line of Fraternity Stationery: t
ning, March 28. Talk up the old university to the
! Candies andTobaccoes of allKinds ti t Delightful sandwiches and fruit 7th.This organization has established track meet men when they are here,
punch was served throughout the! a new precedence by not inviting any fellows! Of course the old "U" will
i t rats, and cards will have to be presented have a lot to say for itself, but you
1{. Courtesy, Service and Strictly Sanitary I It. 1 evening.Beautiful selections were renderedby at the door by the invited can help the work along.

t. I the Florida Five orchestra, so I guests. "
"Well, of all the nerve, the said,
1 -, when the last strains of "Home I On account of the growth of the slapping his face when he kissed her.
Sweet Home" died away all exchanged II University all cannot: ;; be Invited, "Well, then" he pouted, "if that's _
1 .sw. I I goodbyes, assuring the hostess of a.. therefore the above method will have the way you feel about it get off my
F.F. delightful evening. j to be carried oat. lap.-Iowa FrivoLF

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1 Due to the fact that the managing fl beat Ihese
1f f Official Publication of Student Body of University of Florida editor was out of town last week, can't values;

'; I 1f Office and Press: Basement Language Hall. this column was not begun as planneti .

I I at the conference of the editors oil I y; GeL.nIt
STAFF State at t raid Utl1 ursi ld--theyye( >Hart
I the college papers of the !'ft We're leaning cp our : Su-:
HERBERT FORD ... .. .. .____.__ EDITORINCHIEFMANAGING Rollins College /some time ago. In tfii; Mark finest suits for thIs tall$ :' Jtl 1 url! Hulod ll, ItOUta.fi .
TRUMAN GREEN ._ -,-. EDITOR the future the Alligator will devote i n.gu1ars and 5tnJ,:r-)out.; tM'nls ahil n ore conger Yatire!
: I < .. L .. : T I.ese clothe. ('.ot 1 more to uior. !, ,' J.f.ut-d--:
HORACE LOOMIS .._ _._ ASST. MANAGING EDITOR a portion of this column to news of j

I H. M. FRIEDLANDER ._-_ __.. .I._..._ ...... .... BUSINESS MANAGE!1 interest from the other colleges of y;

M. STEIN .. .......... ASST. BUSINESS MANAGER the State. 1 ....
I ( Ii $32.50 to $48.50
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6 R. B. HOSKINS HAROLD KLOCK MURRAY COHEN interscholastic Aquatic Meet Prom- .' '.. .

GLOVER MILLER F. O. SPAIN, JR. PETE HARRI ises to be Interesting Event. J '

I 1 Announcements have gone out to !:f. .. .... < -?' c" _, :"$ .">.. T&FORMALLY- : :..- _

MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT the Florida high schools that the y;

1 B. O. SMITH A. T. MOORE I Interscholastic Aquatic Meet will be e to $80.00

.' held on April 30, 1921. St. Peters $57.n 0. .
i burg high school reportf hat theirgirls' !: .
; Entered at Gainesville, Fla., postoffice as Second Class mail matter. the
team expects to defend cup .
1 Subscription: $1.50 the i
t t won last year, beside bringing to the !

I: u .. u.. .._..........m..m... .. ..u.,.........._--'--- meet a boys' team that intends to xfl 4
i : give West Palm' Beach a run for their !

I. THE CARNIVAL. m Wolf Brothers
1 t cup.Hillsborough high school has been

'. I : Following the completion of the High School Track Meet practicing for some time in order to Yin

t. on April 9th, the U. of F. Carnival, under the direction of the give West Palm Beach a real battle. !!; : '.

i "48 Club," will open in full sway at the foot of Thomas Hall. The New Syn rna high school an-.

: Alligator wishes to take this means of expressing its hearty approval nounces that they desire to enfer a f' TAMPA, FLA

II t of the Carnival and urge that every organization on the team in the meet this year. j i!f1 '

Campus be represented in so far as possible. The cause is indeed Woodrow Wilson high school of'' !

I'i a worthy one-forty per cent of the proceeds are to be set aside Tampa, is planning to send two teams ,

y I.; as a nucleus for a Memorial Fund and twenty-five percent devoted and desire final instructions immedi !!i1 ;

j\ b towards meeting the deficiency now existing in the funds of the ately-Rollins Sandspur. ---.-' 1!!!Ji3iHBHBiSS&: YiYinfi!: : !fi !.fifi!: :n !hft
1\\ Athletic Association. That it may prove financially worth while' -
!II 1 for every organization to be represented, twenty-five per cent of Former Rollins Student Wins High 'fix: Y ?1 1! !Ii !l1! !: !: !fi !fi! !: !:fi!

: the proceeds will be apportioned among .those organizations having Honors at Harvard.
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,j representation, while the remaining ten per cent will be utilized The winner of a recent nation-wide

t :in meeting the running expenses of the Carnival. contest open to men and women for x You Can I I.ead a Cork to Water but

.i The "Forty-Eighters," no matter how ambitious and willing, ar honor certificate to be awardedby : '**" ...... Cannot Make it Sink
1 l cannot successfully) stage the Carnival alone, and it will requirethe Harvard University for the high- x t i \ir.: '

undivided support of the Student Bddy and its various or- est average and scholarship in the x .
:E ganizations to insure the complete success of this new venture. department of English literature for fi COP"! Il'I i this suit value we are going to tell

We may co-operate, first, by getting behind the organizations of teachers. was given to Miss Dell but
let it
Ii. which we are members and insisting that it be not only represented lifford McManus a former studentof "\ou. alfoiu I'OiUn your imagination on era
i !h
I but that such representation be among the very best. Rollins Miss McManus receive !fi "'*'inn: 'in ycur mind until you find. out that seeingis

i Secondly, we may co-operate by turning out one hundred per cent a personal letter of congratulatior;
I strong and patronizing the different booths and attractions, the from President Wilson. Rollm;! ,:.+- beliu\ i ng. 1I 1 si nt treatment wont get you one

I admission prices of which will easily be within the reach of every Sandspur. x ot t thtjt'nil \\oolKiscbaim flannel suits i n

j student on the campus. The time is short, and it behooves us, I I ";(',

i I one and all, to get busy NOW and exert our best efforts in behalf AG. CLUB. x cither i 1lhJ le or. double trcsCed: style at $25 :.

: 'II'II'I of this cause.Remember The weekly meeting of the Agricultural >

the date and hour-April 9th at 5 o'clock, and be Club was postponed on account iBnett SeJy .

I\ on hand to witness and participate in the grand opening of the of the sad bereavement of Dr.t ;

s I t Carnival. Enter into the spirit of the occasion and enioy your- Murphree. ACai

,\ self while at the same time giving a boost to a worthy cause. On Tuesday night we had an ev- I The Clothier
''i II F. ceptionally good speaker in the pE'r"son

j ii' I SUGGESTIONS FOR THEAWARDING of Dr. Harold II. Hume, who gave .. '.:!! r.fi! !fi $ffif1Yifi! s
Ii !s'rrlinl "tt\I't p<1 of a low TPt"-t! : short but interesting talkon
OF TV, ...,, _/1 ..1-j* n-f _... ..... us a very
> /*** > the merits of California and Floe ,$ !SffiHaiffiHlfiEKffiKft !hfi! !fa!
'Chi >J<."r Peer and Raising! Society
(fda in regard to the raising of variousilrts
The Florida Horn Tooters Union --t at,.... T,,_1,1 T? -nnn1..rq n f'J.IH'J. .
Dr. Hume is very able to give ifi '.
i and Amalgamated Order of Drum .
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1. Carriers has recently been granted ,""'PTlt1ynpnt will receive an "F this: subiect proper treatment, as he 9? TARR FURNITURE CO. Inc. -
f1 "n a*+icti! 'TiTP'PTltatiOTl PTYlon has resided for time in both I
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token reward for breath
4 as a expended 21yj
.nft1.pt1 n xrhisVpv j label on a
states. and having been connected i
: in the production of -
more or
CnnTlP! 1.rne i iTl a barT -
'I *v'th the United States Department of !
; less harmonic and rythmatic sounds. ,
a a "nnsnlatinn T TI P }ha m'll w'J.'nAn.,11 time. HP !
; This reward of merit takes the shape \crrifulturp for some
nnll be crtvpn an "!?'' with th" ifi Sales Agents For. !
understands condition
t I ; of an "F" with the symbol of a lyre. thoroughly the '
c'V"C\l of an untracked volume af- which he The fact ffi and Boot !
The meaning is not too cryptic for about spoke. wa Berkey Gay Furniture, Globe Wernicke Sectional
4 U. ta"bed. brouzht out that the whole of California !h
you to guess. Tn far this fiTinn' to the band of : lies fvlrther north than anv !ffi Cases, Aeolian. Vocation, Pathe Phonopragph, Napanee Kit-
n It is rumored that this awarding of ltJ..p
i s the "F" to the band is but the beginning An wH" a Tire attached Is but port of Florida. If California was ffi chen Cabinets, Belding Hall Refrigerators, Aerolus Ford:
"pf7'inT1tnt of the end" when
pvery and laid along the Atlanticseaboard
I of a program, by which a grate w ,wit ......'" -.....Q +1i;.. TI\h1n. Intpp picked up Shades Fireg -
due east of where it i i1 Premo-Eclipse Science
\; ful student body will show its appfciation now g Gas Ranges, Domestic
The Lawyers will be eiven! an "F" would be less Cookstoves Beddinf.
\ t of the worthy services of various the Southern edge near the Robinson Rodgers "Restwell'
with the symbol; of another variety
1 northern boundary of Florida and it
: organizations on the campus. Office Furniture andy d
of l attached. Floor China
I The movement has been started re would extend up as far as Boston. m Coverings, Draperies,
t i The SnTnmer SrhonJ Tpacherette All the citrus fruits of Californiaare
: the Freshmen in recognition of Glassware Window
among ; Shades, Awnings.
will bp crivpn an "F" with the symbol
raised in the valleys, which
; of the sanitary movement started by are !:fi
of a small punil l being spanked at-
mountains !
between which
large form
II' t the "48" club, by which many Freshmen '
tached.TV .
from the north. While
cured of dandruff
f were falling >,,.:: |f dPr>rr,<- fJ v,+ iViftiiJ iWt Action the temperature af California blower WS WWSMffiSffiffiffiffira $ .
t 11 hair, etc. The 48" club will probably -
t, i ; be awarded an "F" with the of the school in awarding an than that of Florida that Stateis

r symbol attached in the form of a irFn to band members is to be. followed not subject to the sudden changes
of The cleaners which the growers of this State have
pair mule-clippers. room -
i bv immense: results. Those who
association and particularly the to contend with. Dr. Hume: pointedout
t members of the, Ethiopian Daughters I are prnplled will be rewarded by an that if there were a chain of WILSONCqMPANY
t "F" with a can attached. Those who high mountains along the northern
Pail to
of the Broom and Slop are
receive ai. "F" with the symbol: of write for the 'Gator will receive an boundary of Florida all of the ready- ,_

J. [ a cake of Bon Ami soap attached. "F" stamped on blotting uaper." made weather which comes sweeping
down from the north would be diverted
The Hash Hurlers Union and the v i...nn tt> ". last s satp of this i is "GAINESVILLE'S CENTER"I
Order of Relentless Plate Breakers into other directions and would I FOREMOST\ SHOPPINQ
i worse than the first.-A Student. insure us against the sudden ;
with the
I will receive an "F" symbol
; of a snorting bull standing on its in temperature which is so detrimental ;I Featuring .

r hind legs in a Mess Hall platter. Mr.\ White annealed to the student to the growers' interest. I

f The Debating Clubs will receive an sense of humor in chapel Wednesday Another important factor ia the'I Everything That a:Good Department Store Should
difference of the two States: was brief-.
i "F" with the symbol of a slightly when he informed the student, body, :
ly dwelt by Dr. Hume. This
different 'breed of bull 'a tached. upon is
i that ho, was going to miss dinner" the geological formation. Florida is '
; The vocational guys will receive an"F" w -
and then explained this by adding of the
one youngest parts of the
t with the symbol of $ ,OO a month,I -...
i that hp American continent California while : --- ::; --
attached. Tvas goinf. to have dinner at -

I It t The Dance Hall Hounds and Society I' the "U". The funny thing about it, .far from being the oldest part of the changes with its age and joyed by all present and aU "ere" '
continent, is much older than Flor- ly there are tyPes of soil of
t Simps wiU receive an "Fn with was that Mr. White was serious. nia that consequent-j to be able to hear a man
ida. The character of the soil I Floridians know I
I(I The portance. _
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rt............................i Excerpt from -
a mother's letter
to .
her son in camp: COLLEGG SIDELIGHTS on the University camp.us.-..:-U. of ?T-

ERIEAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY craps Dear; remember Willie, don't shoot the little Eighty Ohio Staters folowed their Sagebrush.Jack .

f AND SHINE PARLOR well as you do. they love life as football team to Pasadena. Three Dempsey Attends Junior Prom
hundred and fifty gallons of water in At Utah University.Jack .
I -Lord Jeff. fifteen-gallon glass jugs were shipped Dempsey, world s championfist

at:. Pampas and Louis Eliades, Proprietors Why Attempt--the Impossible? eleven.from Columbus for the Buckeye artist. the most highly educated
115 West Main Streetv North-Phone 139. So wrote one freshman A trained nurse to take care man, in a pugilistic sense, in the s
J. V. Blume, Agent; Room 31 Buckman 4 amination paper: "I have neither on his ex- of the indisposed and Varsity sextetto world today, gave a demonstration
giv- furnish sweet music, accompaniedthe training exhibition for the benefit of
.,uJe en nor have I been
able to
Florida receive
i team.-Tulane Hullabaloo. the Press Association delegates in
help on-this exam."
the gymnasium of the Utah University

...................f,1 -Emory Wheel. Tech's First Appear Comic Soon.Magazine to during the Press convention
Dempsey is a man of no extreme
-- -- ---,. ... ........ At last the faculty has given the stature or development, but he I is'fast >

petitioners of the "Tornado" permis- and scientific, with a solid, .

. :. I Iam4a YOU HAVE WRITTEN POEMS,! sion to publish the magazine in the well co-ordinated bo lr. He attendedthe

.--. . Do you care to have them revisedor name of Georgia Tech. The past Junior Prom of the Utah Uni-
f week the petitioners were before the
I ". constructively critisictd by successful 'uucgallo0 .n\1 .S'IJ01J1s.l.J.\
Student Board, where many ques- Hebrew be Established
authors? If do. University to
you then
t send tions were asked and answered. The Great interest still centers in Ac -
C I us your manuscript (stories
d ft first question asked was this:"TTho
articles Hebrew University on the Mount of
13 un or poems). We will criti- .
I .cise, and place them should they will compose your staff? Olives. It id planned to make it the

prove-to be acceptable for publication. 1 I. world center for Jewish culture and
The Smile Follows the Michigan A. .-A co-ed beauty
SpoonffiSSKffiffiffifffi t tp. There is no actual charge for our education. A collection of books is
r s "tion promises to" be a feature of
made from all the world.
'\ services. If, however heing over
you not
,... .Y- -I t II previously enrolled with the advisory this year's Wolverine, the annual of One collection of 40,000 volumes has
I department of this association, we Michigan Agricultural College. A been given. Among the world-fa-.
request that you enclose the initialfee section will be artistically arrangednd mous Jewish scholars, who have
t of two dollars, which we must ask herein will appear the six most ioined the faculty of the Universityare
Beauteous members of the student : Prof. Albert Einstein, authorof
of each
-- new contributor. There is
-- no ody.-U.. of N. Sagebrush.The .
k additional expense, no future obliga- I the new theory of relativity; Prof.
tion. August von Wasserman, discoverer
-n It must be realized that Glee Club of Princeton University -I of the blood test which bears his
!x we can only
: be of aid to those of serious intent. has been offered a three i. name, and Prof. S. Freud, the psy.
RACKET I If you do mean to strive for literary weeks' engagement to tour the qan'tl.one cho-analyst.-Dailr Nebraskan. ""-

Agent ForFlorsheim j! success, we can help you in many this June. The offer comes
Our services from the Canal Zone Commission'of I There are 21,653 teachers in the
ways. are yours unti1we
Shoes. 1pffiREffiffi have actually succeeded in mal th> government and all expenses of: colleges and universities of the United -

y; keting at least one of your manu tbe club are to be paid by that body.. States, with 13,103 teachers in
scripts. Send sor't.thine today! College Topics. professional' schools. White and k

Please enclose return postage wit Blue.
ffi28fB ffiffififfi! !ffifi! ! !fiYi! 91fi! your communications. ITTAH-.An emphatic denial has
s NATIONAI LITERARY been made by Miss Lucy Van Cott, Yes?
ASSOCIATION dean of women, to the story which re- Bill-"She has affectionate"eyes.."
sently in of the downtown Griz think ?"
Y1f! \ 131 W. 39th St. appeared one you so
New York City papers to the effect that a girl's Bill-"Yes, they are always looking
eras Developing smoking room was being maintained at each other.=The Buchtelite.
Advisory Department

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Eastman and Ansso Agents for ,
Players :

Cameras Films Browns Developing x Grands Tailor :

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ELI WITT CIGAR CO. He'nryWolFs S University students, by patronizingthe Mjy

I ; White House Dining Room, may m
.' Music Co. I !f enjoy the satisfaction of knowing
:! y! they have the finest service and most i.I i.
"That's My Itsinss" ', M delicious food on the market. '
; Main St.Carry 1n
t 319 E. I
Tampa, Florida !fi Table d'Hote meals, .$1.00. Parties !
-19 j !:R! and Banquets by special arrange

Tampa Nugget Hav'a Tampa Your Old Hat to !fi ment. For table reservations Phone !R

have them ffi
to f

I ch.Italian" Hebrew, German, Co-ed cooly to a freshman whc I Cleaned, Blocked Conf and tIonery Made and Ne\i r I The White House Dining oomGainesville's !!Rli
[ has just picked up her handkerchief: Candy,
Bess, Where does he study?" "Thank you, but if I should happento Cigar Store in ConnectionImported .,. Social Center. !it
1 Greek Candy 75- Ib.M. :
[ He doesn't study. He; drop it again don't bother, it .
elevators. wasn't meant for you. .
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/': GATORS WIN FROM CAMP The names of thirteen men who-- WRESTLING TOURNAMENT -I R.-. ..,,.. ;;: 1ii;

$ BENNING were elected from the student body I I J Emerson and Packard
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(Continued From Page One) to the University of Florida a
j'l r test from the Florida chapter ]men who desire to make their respective
threaten- of the Phi
Kappa Phi
Fraternity fore \ college teams to report for the t for
lug several times to him Shoes exclusively
run off th this ?
year were announced in chapel1on
'Varsity afcd This
scrub practices.
field when he Dressed Men
protested a rank deciat'
t': ion. The Macon fans Friday morning, March 25th. The will enable them to make a creditable ;
names of those to receive this V
i showing when the matches are
i contest became disgusted with horor are as follows: Herbert G. L.C.: Smith
j the staged. ij
i treatment the Florida boys Ford, Van E. Huff, McCoy Hubbard,
were receiving and urged them several L. D. Williams ., .. ---
'J DeForest L. Chr 3- ::1" ;::::.. c ;, .- p..q., ..,'l' ::
{ times
I'' I field and give to call the their team to Yale.off the tiance, William G. Wells, William -- -- -..____... ..--.v.---..,.... ............,....w .MY- ._-- -.,
game The
McK. Madison -
H. Norton, H. t
t I umpire was a regular official of the G. Hamilton, R. L. Drivers, J. R. i improve this 'condition. *With this in Check Wanted. And the mocking tones of
t'j team, brought down by them to Gunn, Marion B. Matlack, Maurice view the Phi Phi Fraternitywas I broke .) ing bones, It
umpire their games in the South. r Stein. Kappa. Broke, broke, ,
f The hitting of Roach Wells and founded. As flat as a flip, 0 gee; Will ever come back to tre
The Phi 4
t I Kappa Phi i ig an Honorary I'
Ward featured
t the long contest. Fraternity. It was founded with the ..... _.. ..- -- ----._- __ .
i Roach got five hits out of six trips 4-_ -_ _-_ -1J.C.aJLrI.I.L ----- __
i to the plate, Wells and'Ward getting purpose of upholding the scholastic!
:!: t two each. standards. It became noticeable that i: ;;J11Jn:: ;.,..-...:.-.1r.ni-I.- u;: t.::_;.;LU; .; i";; WRKSSSSnte ;; : J\r.1" ; ur:! L'1fi; !fifififiyfifi!: !: !:fi! !: !: U.;_.. 1nP1..I ,_
1 i ,Kernan'/eatured with the stick for she scholastic standards were being J fi j.
: i the Yale team, getting four hits out lowered while the athletic standards j f !5

J of five trips to the plate. were being raised in proportion. It.J|"!n V V !

Liddon, pitching for* Florida, had was thought that the offering of fi E r) ,. ": .
i I: plenty of stuff, 'but the inability of some definite good. Reward for rseaThe /' j V ; ,

i the umpire to see the strikes kept scholastic endeavor would.do much to !:J JI

J 4'I 1 the big southpaw in the hole inning -.---...-..-.--......-.--....-....--..---.- !;J
I I after inning. : itaf New Spring
Yale used three hurlers in an attempt I s
,i Yale AbRHE !f
to stop the onslaught of the
i : ; 'Gator batters. Murphy. 2b. _,.___...4200 !:f I

Wells did some Sloane, cf. ___._.,....._ __5 120 x ,. Manhattans
exceptional play- DeSilbur, If. ____ !
ing for the Florida team, making ----=-.3 1 2 0 !Ii
of the prettiest catches one Kernan, lb. =:.....:.5 1 4 l ; y:; I
a Macon diamond ever seen on P. Hicky, rf. -...___....2 1 1. 0 !:Ii !
he made a Aldrich, _.___.
s. 4 1 0 1 x
shoestring catch, running at full '. j At the threshold of thc dawning new Season we present the new Springy
Cosgrove, 3b. __ .
speed. He also .1 2 0 0 !Jfi
: longest hits in one of the Dann c. .--.-,..___..,____.2 1 0 1 :Manhattan Shirts in all their splendor, exclusiveness: and individuality.i ; .
: city ever seen the Georgia Peters, c. --..---.....,.__...2 0 1 0 i .

;; center, driving field fence the horsehide and over over three the Eddy, rf.--____J=___..3 0 0 O The! usual} initative of the makers is again evident in the smart effects
tracks Symington, p. ____._..1 0 0 0 !Ii
\. of box cars beyond. However Coxe, p. -_...____..___":..__221 o !}: which stamp Manhattan shirts as a superior! product '
I he was, only allowed two baseson Chittenden p. __._____0 o.0 0 i ,
account of one of the freak decis- ...
Nwe Weaves New Patern Ideas
- Immaculate Tail
ions of the ring7
umpire who said that
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ground rules only allowed two bases Roalh Perf<'cti I Two base hits, Wells ( ) : .
on such a hit.
: ; ,Kernan, Coxe. Three base hits, (2)'I
: Box Score. man. Stolen bases, Murphy. :
: They're
Florida AB R H E fice hits, Mahannah, Peters.' 1' V Ready -, V
Madison, V 5
ss. _
'- 1 0 1 balls off Smyington 2; : 5
r Blake, 2b.
_4 2 2 V
; -- 1 Liddon 8. Left on bases, ". 5
; Roach, 3b. ----, -:-,.,& 1 5 1 Florida 11. Hit by pitched 5

I Carlton, cf. __- __5 1 2 0 ;Hartman, De Sibour. Hits off Sym-Jj| 5
't t Ward, c. _e. ... 5 2 3 1 ington, ten in three and two thirds ; \ 5 5

Gray, rf.Hartman. -._-_......_.J2 0 0 0 innings':; off Coxe, nine in four and ;ft p ".' 5
.I I rf. ?,..-........_...,2 2 1 0 two-thirds inning; off Chittenden, one ; 5
:: I Wells, If.Mahannah. ..._.-..._...,_5 1 2 0 in one inning, off Liddon. 11 in seven jjj V 5

lb. .4 1 2 0 innings, off Wallace, none in two in- I
Liddon. p. 4 1 1 0 nings. Struck out by Symington t Our Hi ant i.n, ;;.u ilieC 01 I I I t I INN is at
:t. Wallace, p. _1,...... ...... ? 1 0 0 0 Cove one; Liddon three; Wallace none.// your service. fsffiffiffiffifiKffiffi f
- Time of game two ,hours and I "

Total 44 11 19 4 i iI minutes. Umpire Johnston. IJ,a.r $:n.\\ $$:ii$ t 1 'f 'fi ;; !!i

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