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 8, 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>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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.
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Bodies of Gainesville, County -- -- -

t It Ids, Literary Societies and Nu- EXHIBITS SHOWS HIGH SCHOOL CURRICULUM Large Numbers ,of Entries This Year
1 a Other Student Clubs Have Committees Appointed Some in Every Event With Practically
Booths Prepared. 'Time Ago Have Been at Work on School in the
! I Every Large High
J i AND BOOTH TO BESEENONMIDWAY nival.the Different Features of the Car 'WIIL BE State Represented.
flr Carnival Put on by Student Body ---- I
Promises to be One of the Most Every Club Has "something Which High School Principal and Track is In Almost Perfect Condition
Successful Student Activities Ever the Visitor Will Not be Able to Chairmen of Committees Have Co- Every County Superintendent in Which: Will Enable Men to Make '

Attempted Resist Buying-Candy, Cakes Pink operated With Ladies of Gainesville Conference This Week for Purpose, Good Time in all of the Events.On .
in Their Booths in
Lemonade and all That Goes Witha of Reorganizing High Schooli
annual Carnival at Condition for Opening- Friday and Saturday, April 8
The first Grand Real Show. i Courses I I
the U. of F., promoted by the "48 I I __ ard 9th, the annual Florida State
dub" and solidly backed up by the WILL HAVE SEVERAL EX- "M-76" WORK CARRIED ON BY VARIOUS High School Track Meet\ will be heldon
student body and the people of HIBITION MATCHES ALSO The development of the carnival COMMITTEES: ON EACH SUBJECT Fleming Field. Signs of activity -

Gainesville will be a most prominent has been due to the combined effortsof are already very evident both on

feature of the activities incident Boxers and Wrestlers Will Put on an the .;utown: people the Each Committee Will Report Findings the campus and in town. White flan-

to the high school track meet of I Exhibition for the Benefit of the various student ccmmitees, and the. and Recommendations to Main nels have been resurrected from mothballs

April 89. Elabrorate preparations Crowdsto be Held in Center of student body as a wnole. Several Body and After Discussion ChangesWill : and further preparations for J
Midway. weeks ago, when it was decided to be Made as Decided. the winning over of the weaker sex
have been made by the Carnival I I
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Executive committee and committees hold the carnival a central execu- have been noticed. Many visitors
on construction with regard to the I tive committee was appointed by the l[ The High School Principals of the ; have arrived with the promise of a
i DUVAL COUNTY CLUB "48" club to supervise and promote State of Florida are holding their larger number to follow .:
erection of a spacious bull-ring where
the work. At meetings called 'b)" this second annual conference at the Uni- The University has very nearlyVJmpleted
the championship wrestling and boxing -
committee there were present repre- versity of Florida for the three daysof I;; plans for the entertainment
ii i iI matches will be'held., an impos- (1) Duval Vodvil I sentatives frcm practically all town April 7, 8 and 9. It is estimatedthat i: of the visitors. Numerous
i cw archway leading into the grand Act I.-Pajama Quartet: Barrs
and campus organizations, with the 250 principals and a score of dances and house parties are to be ,
I midway, will lend a sheen of brilli- Bova Stanly, Gunn. result that a high degree of cooperation -. county superintendents and teachersare iven by the fraternities, assuring us '
I ace to the scenes of festivity that This will be a number of melody was reached. attending this convention- of the charming presence of many of

I rill ensue. divine. The members of the executive committee The purpose of this conference is the fair daughters of the State Arrangements :
Practically every organization on The personnel of this Famous are as follows: the reorganization of the Florida have also been completedfor ;
the; campus and in town, clubs societies Four ark known far and wide for the Bill BivinsChairman.Oscar High School curriculum. To accom- the housing of the visiting ath- f

I i; fraternities, guilds association quantity as well as quality of their Norton-Concessions. ; plish this the program has been letes. An added attraction, the University ,

I etc., has entered into the productions. They will gra,ously Frank SpainAthletics.Bob planned to minimize the addresses Carnival, gives promise of., :
I reposition with such pep and :spirit assent!": to several encoroa. iit they SwansonAmuem. I. and increase the number of reports I adding greatly to the hilarity of the ;
. tf t hat; the success of carnival is a wish to notify prospective hearers Trunan GreenPublicity.Francis 1 and to afford an opportunity for free occasion. If only this perfect weather r ;
f foregone' conclusion. There will be that twelve will be the limit, as their] ParkerFinances.Check 1 and intelligent discussion. Work has I lasts! But, why worry about the. i

booths attractively decorated in delicately trained voices cannot stand Byrd and Jimmy Boyd-1 already bene begun by the seven appointed -. weather. It is whispered that the
suitable colors-the county clubs will the strain of more. Grounds. committees, who will probably ever watchful Argus of our athletics :

I splay conspiciously those of. their I Act II.-The Illustrious Soxs- Each of these has put forth his cover the program of a. reorganization his injured us against the depmlatioris -
1I ugh schools, while the Orange and I Trio: Signor Cody Musician Mel- best efforts toward getting every- of the Florida High of old Jupiter Pluvius. ;

Blue will feature the color scheme ofthe ton, and SenorAmes.The thing in shape for the opening on School curriculum; after the reports Fleming Field is in well-nigh per.s? I

campus attractions-with everything Original Jazz Trio. They the 9th. Bill, especially, has been | the several chairmen these will fect condition. The track, thanks to
that goes to satisfy the holiday play they sing, they play some everywhere doing work physical, rewritten and their publication as Lt. Atkinson and his corps of loyal
s pint of the American public from more. Special encores .are providedfor I mental,. diplomatic. and othenvis... 1bY part of the High School course of laborers, has been completed and
the gastronomical delights of laven- those who just can't make tneirfeet Much credit *& due the advertising awaits the spikes of the many men-
der lemonade I '" The visitors will be located in the A foundation has been built in of
tropical fidoes, yum- be good. committee which has made and r>< ted -
rum Bout Fxtreme.Don't several hotels of Gainesville and will I large cinders and has lately been
pies, candy ala divine etc., to Act .-Grappling numerous attractive placards all l
the until Sunday to witness: covered with fine cinders and clay,
Barns probably stay
Commodore -
rarest and finest exhibitions of fail to see 1 pajsissu tlq' si PUB uTJuuicqo! Sj!
artistic in his q These the Inter-High School Track Meet to giving it a hard smooth surface. The
talent vocal, instrumentaland the Patagonian Demon, over the campus and town.
actional which have ever been finish match with Scissors Boya, the have been very neatly done' in colors c be held on the field at the U. of F. curves have been banked slightly,
title-holder of the The program of the conference of which is in itself a great improve-
propagated and perpetrated at U. ofF undefeated and clevE.'rlyvorde Much time has been spent in rehearsing Hooshcron Belt. The challenger is Harold Kitchen and John Bobson. the Florida High School Principalsis ment.In .
view of the increased number of
by the numerous theatrical training hard for the bout and will Frieldlander and Smith have gotten as follows:
(Peabody Hall) events and entries this year, the plans
companies stiff battle despite the fact attractive poster which has
and the acts put on are put up a out an
9:00 O'clock had to be changed slightly. Dinner
I Thursday Morning
not mere impromptu catch-penny that the champ has greater advant- been broadcasted over the town and
welcome-President will be served at 12 o'clock on Fri- i
of A.
affairs but physical standpoint.Act grounds, while in addition -
productions of real merit ages from a University At 1 o'clock the military field
staged almost entirely by members oft IV.-PriJref; Shakumsky. many copies ha\e been sent to A Murphree. I
will Fleming Field.
: meet commence on
e masqueraders, the U. of F. The one and only in her class. She the various high schools of the state.If .,, 1. Organization.
I 2. Appointment of committees. I There will be all kinds of maneuvers,
Dramatic club, who are known over has no competitors she admits it. the advertising is a*y indication ofI 3. Group meetings: tent pitching and the uses of many
the entire state for their ability m AH men .with weak hearts attendat attendance there will no doubt be a I The committees appointed the new engines of destruction will be

this line. 1 their own risk. And her costumes, young moo on hand vhen the gates 'I I various subjects will have prelim- shown. If there is time, some of the F

Promptly at 5:00 o'clock on the Oh, boy! open. inary meetings preparatory to their preliminaries in the track events will
Jfternoon of April ,9, the gates will I Tickets: Count Sollee and Sir Among those w>*o will aid is' the reports to be made later to Confer- be run off on Friday afternoon also- t
thrown wide to the public and the : Pete Rogers. Would-be robbers apply construction of the ladies' boothsare ence. The preliminaries of the different r
Carnival will the above mentioned following: O. D. Lenard. R. will be off Saturday =
begin in a blaze of elsewhere as the I Thursday Afternoon; 2:00 O'clock track events run on
brilliance and gorgeous splendor magnates will be closely attended S. Donald. L. J. Hubbard, Thompson, morning. The finals in all j

which will continue till 9:15 when the by their thirsty body guard. R. M. Smith, F Leffers H. H Link I-l. events will be held on Saturday aft-
'jmitary ball will open. However, Announcer, Utellum Boyd. He George Stanly, H. C. Stansfield, *L. '. ernoon. Saturday night there will bean

.there will be dancing all the eve- tells 'em what is ain't and what was A. Wells, H G. Hamilton, and K. eph Roemer, Professor of Secondary exhibition of fireworks, shown
Sing as the famous Florida Orchestra ought to be all of which is most Hait. Besi
under the' efficient supervision true. He takes law however which many others of the student body out 5. Report of committees: be here. :;

'* Mr. DeWitt Brown, professor of explains everything. to do whoever is possible for the a. Mathematics<:iM.. Jones,I It might be well to refresh your ,. ?

fcasic and leader of the band, willlender Continued on page 2 promotion of the carnival.A Lakeland, Chairman committee.b memory with a resume of ,the results
entrancing numbers for the Discussion' -Round Table. of the tcack meet of last year. Sev-

. apProval of the followers of Ter- Thursday' ,Evening; 7:45 O'clock I eral of the winners of last year will -

Prlehore In the spacious gym. The show will have the able support of Helping Hand. 6. Address Dr. O- L Woodley,I. be with us again in an attempt to,

bud will be on the job every minute a corking group of jazz generators. She-"So Jack was held up on the late President Marshall College Nor break their own records. ,
instilling pep and ginger here A detailed list of the feature at- way home last night?" mal School West; Virginia.: Here is a list of the winners in the _
there and everywhere. Owing to tractions which will be seen at the 1 He-"Yes, that's the only \way he 7. Smith-Towner Bill <- Affinna- 1920 Meet: s

, the large number of band men they carnival are given ia the next col-: could have gottea home."-Foolscap. (Continued on Page Ei) Continued on pace 8 .

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a (2) THE CUPID COUNTER .f :,? be a distinct, Florida I HILLSBORO CLUB Novelty 5 r31'
(Continued from Page OB) -"* bootfi:' he whole of which will be amaze 'r; _
!! of Orange and Blue regalia. (1) The Tampa Follies of "21" H B. .M.- TENCH B

; ; Simoriarasica 11T1hrdtqi erg tt:. Stantly and Friedlander will beTight Act .-The Dancing Duet. Suitings .
: body to take away a ehi httle Miss' on the job every minute to Dainty little "Chris" Clark, widely.
) CupicL.ot arrow fame as a soufenif 'Serve the throngs and none such renowned as the idol of the legitimate -'l They are the latest Creations O Gainesville, pE 0 e

of the "Hay':'Thesir-icai-things:---nill service is their motto. stage and a breaker of manly well dressed man
; I be attractively garbed i iiwkhe colors hearts will appear in'a most ravishing -I 1- for the wesII

of all the high schools a&fcell as in SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT- ( costume, together with her petite for Spring and Summer Florida E

k I the Orange and Blue. Det all high ASSOCIATION co-star, Mme. Petrova Harris, who, wear. x
men present their t&iu f.'!and twirls ... is a perfect dream. This act will explain S H O.
with one of these patriotic little More eats for the famished mess- f in full whY'the boys leave home. $25 to $60 8
Price rom t
I miss s'11bd"eTe1'Y U. of F. man wants hall victims. Headquarters for nourishment and why the snowy-haired young men I .
;I f one of course, so that he may sit before -the kind mother used to never grow old. Those having seen Nick Damato :bee: Vidal Drug Company 10

it daily and hence, objectively make, y' know. Mrs. Guy is chair- the Midnight Follies may perhaps I ""or Drugs, Stationery Tofet
: speaking think of "her" with pos- man and will be in active charge. have a vague idea of this sou-stir-
sibly greater enjoyment. ring production but they can go no Articles, Candies

l All Hillsboro men will at cnce TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB further. Only by seeing 'can one Cleaning Pressing and Altering$ Souvenir Cards, Waterman ha. ttY
i recognize the booth by the prominence recognize the great superiority that IO. L. Union St
: of the Red and Black which will Pius, cakes, lemonade, shakes, etc. distinquishes this from all others of --
+ Phone 511 ,
: be displayed in profusion. This filling station will be preparedfor its class. AINESVllH
any emergency calls and first Act II.-Allah Bie Ben. ------ ---
I JOHN MARSHALL SOCIETYLaw ;did cases. A physician will be pres- He sees all, knows all. See him

( ) ent in case too much pie is consumed about your love trouble, business The Lyric
J with bad after effects. Mrs. prospects, everything. The past is ELECTRIC SUPPLY
1 Act I.-Green and Berry. Ogletree, assisted by other membersof as a mirror to him, the future as

Fun-makers supreme. Gloom dwells the club will be present to satisfy clear as a crystal. He gladly an-
not in the precincts of these able the public appetite 'and incidentally I swers any and all questions, in as The Home COiIPMIY!

laugh-producers. For a through collect the shekels. many different ways as you wish. See
t ticket to the realms of hilarity see him and know what you do before FLASHLIGHTS
the man at the gate. Let it sufficeto WOMAN'S GUILD you do it.These .
say "You'll be surprised." are but two attractions of

,: Act II.-Jazzy Jazz (unlimited.) Cold drinks, peanuts, popcorn.No this wonderful company. Many t OF. LAMP SHADEWhen I
The world famous director, the carnival 1 would be complete more will be featured. "
distinguished Mr. Divers will lead, without these and Mrs. DePass and J .
the assault. This company has made 'others will endeavor to satisfy the II The Result. \

many records of their rare renditions demand -if that is possible. After Ethel-I suppose Jack has at least
i one of the most famous being, veiling for your team you will surely !; acquired some polish by this time. Good .Pictures you need anythiEj! dee i
"The Hen Laid the Egg to ,Be Eaten, want a drink. This is the place. j, May-He should have. Since prohibition trical,' drop in and K9 ..'
and Not to Be Used a_ s a Bomb." I he's been drinking nothingbut 512 East Main Street Talk 1 1r
Don't miss it. ST. MARTHA'S GUILD t liquid veneer-Ex.

Act III.-The Human Pin Cushion. -- 2
Hat pins.hair pins,pins of the safer Misses Marie DePass and Catl1 r- ... .
t variety, they are all alike to him. He Ine Hale will show the rest ol 'em -
I f sports a forest of pins on his arms, how to do big business for they will 'I #. .
t > he impales his tongue, he will even sell things that are absolutely essential ,-
I sit upon a pin at the pleasure of the to the success of any catur :- .
audience.He al-born is Rojah de Knight, the Mystic. these are ice cream, balloons, and
See him tie himself into a bow knot. confetti. During the script dance

f L Watch him brush the back of his which will be going on in the gym it Who Was ?
neck with his eye-lashes. Observe will be open season for balloons and Moseley

how easily he plasters back his confetti; so let tossing. tendencies be I
I s lovely l locks with his flexible feet. unconfined.
Ah, once in a life-time comes such an : a yourtg Oxford man, only twenty-seven when

I opportunity. U. D. C. HEvas killed at Gallipoli. Up to his time, man had

I seen the inside of an atom. He turned the ,J
S A. E. Hot Dogs, Hamburgers and Coffee.- }
X-rays on matter: -not figuratively put literally-and made ',I
This is the
place for
that mid-
SpringtimeEight dance lunc h.frs.. Stringfellow will them disclose the skeleton of an atom just as certainly as a )
have charge and it is a cinch you can surgeon makes them reveal the positions of the bones of the ,I

I t : charming nymphs of the get swell feed without having to body. Moseley proved that all atoms are built up of the ),

t wood in a compelling scene. Grace, pass up that box party in the Tam- same kind of matter. He saw, too, just why an atom of

beauty, abandon, characterize the pa Follies or the Duyal Vodvil. 1 ., copper is different from an atom of gold.
the beautiful numbers which this '-

J J J talented grounp presents. Mme. LEON COUNTY CLUB : a Atoms are built up 9f electrons. Each atom consists.of

Jones and Princess Wilson are two -- a nucleus, a kind of sun, with a certain number of electrons

I of the most stunning members of the Gentlemen, here's the place tt grouped about it, like planets. Moseley actually counted

r cast while they are ably supportedby brings back memories of the old the number of electrons of all the metals from aluminumto
I an even half dozen of beauties days. Moonshine! Oh, boy, how it gold.
who would make a Mack Sennet sparkles. And there is no limit on ,
chorus look like the morning after. the sale, which affords a good chanceto When discover
you what gold is made of or'a new fact
Pep, punch, pulclritude they have stock your cellar. Mr. Franklin
= 'em all. West will slide the schooners across about electricity, you open up new possibilities for the use

I the bar. and it is even rumored that of gold or electricity. For that reason the Research Labora
.; MAKAKA there will be tories of the General Electric
DAVIS a foot-iail too. !?on't Company are as much con

See the deadly serpents calmed by miss it, boys. cerned with the "how" of things-atoms and electrons, for
\ his steady eye. He walks into the instance-as
they with
are mere applications of the electric
midst of them and risks his life that THE WILD WEST AT U. OF F. current.
an audience may experience the
thrills of witnessing a modern Daniel Just after the Hence
meet is over on the Moseley's work has been continued in the Re
in the Den. He fondles 0th the ,-
them, he spectators will have the search
opportunity Laboratories with
the result that has been
winds them more
his neck, he courts of witnessing an exhibition learned
death in a hundred different ways. I very seldom seen' outside the ,- about matter. How does water'freeze? What is
I You will never forget it.. tent-the far West. Cowboy Workman lead? Why are lead, iron, gold and tungsten malleable?

: a real Westerner to whom cattle .. .. Such questions can be answered/more definitely now tllan-
'I.1 I BENTON ENGINEERING_ SOCIETY and horses are as familiar as rSL years ag'i And because they can be answered it !is
1 1I marbles,to a schoolboy, will display possible to make more rapid in
in illumination,
Lightning Perkins. the Human Spar k his equestrian or rather bovine, obi- X-ray
wireless elec
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telegraphy and
i Plug. by riding bareback the wildest trical ,
1 1i engineering as whole
a .
t I. Jt or steer that can be found on ,
t. A million volts of juice in action the pxperiment farm. Riding an : There would have been the
no coal-tar
i I Prof. Perkins will animal industry without
ably demonstrate of this kind is admittedly vast
amount of Y
many modern wonders of electricity. much more difficult and dangerous research conducted in organic chemistry, I
I' He will produce a spark which will 1 than riding: a horse, so the audience no electro-chemical industry without such work as Sir

i leap many feet through JV1ce, in a may reasonably expect something ex Humphrey Davey's purely scientific study of an electric
'dazzling, mystifying manner. He citing. current's effort on caustic potash and caustic soda. Sooner
;!' will,pass a current through his body Mr. Workman is well experienced or late reseac:: in pure science world
5 always enriches the
; that will light a bulb in his hand. (in this line as he has been connected WIth discoveries that
This a mere few of the astonishing with Ringling Brothers Circus and reasons the Research can be practically applied. For these .
; and shocking things he will performas J. J. Jones in exhibition riding for a Laboratories of the General Electric
there will be numerous other phenomena length of time. Also during the war j- SCIentific devote so much. time to the study of purely

shown.' You will wonder he did his bit-being "at home" to problems.
what is coming next. Jack Johnson in the trenches would y -

J be tame in comparison by "breaking"
I T FARR LITERARY SOCIETY untamed horses, one after another, f. ,
t day in and day out, for use by the General-Electric
t Pennants, Pennants, Pennants. U. S. forces.

Everybody will want a peasant and Also, in addition to the above, he General Office COmpany SchcncctadyN.Y.
if t this is the place to get 'em. Pennants will probably give a display of his '" -

l of all kinds and any number skill in handling a rope -'



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A GREAT the, nation. INSIDE --- ---- --
' WEAKEN. INFORMATION FOR THE dedicate this tale to those of the fair
The UNINITIATED.By sex, who infest the duringthe
bet, I, remember, i men were striving bravely, Toretaw. premises'
tef were coming home; Their defects to overcome; summer term. '
D the day remember, Some were putting This little fable is said to be LIEUT. COL.
up a small
cheerful reserve -
down of Rome. Tale of the Shimashy Wobblerand basde on an incident of the last Sum-

! the burning For a rainy day was sure to com the Ninety-Eight Percenter mer School. BOY'uEN MONDAY l
received applause, 1 And it came to pass that in the
0 nded a vole became quite But from out amongst the joys and An Up-to-Date Version of the Wise sixth month of the year, on the six-

JI1&D1 cheers, and Foolish Virgins. teenth day of the month, that Two Representative of the Portland Ce-

; Sweet Young Things came to the city Explained iVocesses -
fa ment Association
the cheers, were many Came a cloudburst full of frantic
dst : Hitherto I have ;hat the Professors do Each
tears; confined my Demerits inhabit Used in Manufacture. w wk
to the males on the was Messed with an equal amount of -
who were gone, went For the mail coming in campus 'I
by the
those Jax. way of but for the sake of giving you fellows the. three B's essential to a Jane's LECTURE ILLUUSTUATED i

In for the cause. a change and time to recover, I Success; viz: Brains, Beauty and Bull, WITH LANTERN SLIDES t
Bore the greeting -within: "PAY m
which is to say, they were each
i Cow who did pass upon, YOUR INCOME TAX." Quick on the Trigger and could Kida Perkins and DeWolf Prove Apt

laW of rehabilitation; By F. Heitzman, Jr., Vocational! YOU HAVE WRITTEN POEMS! half dozen fellows at the same time Handlers of Camera and Slides,

,men who fell npom the Marne Club, U. of F. Do you care to have them revised' into believing that he was the One Aiding Lt. Col. Boyden.
critisided ;and Only Sweet Patootje on the Vine. T
or constructively by successful -
authors? If you do. then They each had an equal quantity of Last Monday night the Benton Engineering -

Bend us your manuscript (stories, Hair, Eyes. Assorted Dimples, eye-, society received an instructive -
articles which made either one as easy to Look I discourse by Lieut. Colonel Boy-
or poems). We will
cise, and place them should At as the other. They could each den on the intelligent use of con-

prove to be acceptable for hand out a ]line of Vocal Gush capable crete for. construction purpose.

There is no actual charge Crlti\\ of Causing the Sirens of Greek Lieut. Colonel Boyden is being' :sent

services. If, however, you :Myth to Sell Out at Half Pre! to into various parts of the country for
previously enrolled with the Phonograph Company. this purpose by the Portland Cement

department of this association\ we Marie specialized on the Baby Association, a society formed by the
Stare and the Goo-goo style "Oh, the United
cement manufacturers of
Basement Language Hall request that you enclose the initial
NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIONERY. I I fee of two dollars, which we must ask!! aren't you wonderful" stuff. Dorothy I States. The main points on which he
played the Sympathetic Comrade and
laid considerable "stress were, the
of each contributor. There is
Understanding Friendship tune but time of mixing clean sand curing,
MEMORY BOOKS. ETC. I additional expense, no future obliga ,
both Got There and it was always all the water
tion. and most important of
Everything For the Student I
% Even Money which would under .
come ratio.
I I It must be realized that we can only
be of aid to those of serious intent.If the wire first. 1 The time of mixing should be long "
-."' When these two Destroyers ofi enough to get all the ingredients
;: ;:- IT ; 'i : you do mean to strive for literary \
Masculine Appetites arrived at the 1 1 Thoroughly mixed together. In a
Success in
we can help you many
4II __ __ ways. Our services are yours until Registrars Office, Marie spoke unto j mixing machine anything less thanon

we have actually succeeded in met Dorothy and said, "I will take a Grip j minute is inadequate and any-

I Course yid Enjoy Life.:' t thing over two minutes is super-
keting at least!! one of your manu
II t tatnd I I scripts. Send something today! Dorothy answered her and said: "I twill t fluous. He stressed the necessityf

tt t Please. enclose return postage with Bone and Flee the Temptation I ,- using clean sand. that is sand free
communications. to Waste the Golden Moments in Idle '''om salts and organic- compounds

your. NATIONAL.. LITERARYASSOCIATION Dalliance. So straightway Marie .t end gave a simple test by which one
tlta ( ib'IJ .C? stepped forth and Registered for the can easily determine whether or nota
t an [ 131 W. 39th St. \ Minimum. Dorothy sat down and sand is suitable for use. Place a

New York City wrote, signing the Articles for Twen sample of the sand in a jar, cover

The ..Smile Follows the Spoon t Advisory Department ty-seven Hours and forthwith beganto I' with a solution of caustic soda and
Burn the Midnight Oil. let stand for twenty-four hours. If !
.------ Marie out the most solution is
.t In class picked at th end of this time the

I Likely Looking Gent and found many;] clear or of a light straw color the

t Standard and Popular Knotty Questions in the lesson for and is clean enough but if the solu-

Music his Massive Brain to Solve. She ad- tion isdarker the sand is unsuitablefor '

mired aloud his Superior Masculine uo.! He also stressed the necessity -
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411 4II ,'... .; Intellect, thus Vamping the Poor Fish of keeping the structure damp

pffifcEnSifiSH $$ Pianos '.. ; till he asked her to Dance at a cer- I j while curing.
.n tain Den of Infamy across the road.Dorothy The latter nart of the l lecture was
Players also had Admirers, outshe accompanied bv lantern slides show- \

THE NEW YORK RACKET desired, to Get By with about! ins graphs plotted from data obtained .

Grands Twenty Five per cent to spare so in laboratory research. The

'. Agent ForFlorshelm she Canned the Vain Frivolity. Whena indespensible" Mr. Perkins ably assisted

Shoes. Piano 1.uningPhonographs Fellow Stude would try to Break !, by Mr. DeWolf slid the

my the Ice by saying: "Haven't I met you i' slides back and forth in a manner I

; Somewhere? Your face seems Familiar quite illusive and in fact for a while

$ ."' she would give him the Icey members of the society thought that i

ssffidifanr1Kiriffiffiffiffi Pathe Once Over and reply, "My face maybe movies were being shown.

$Yifi! _! !fifififi! Burnswick' *. 'f' Familiar your Manners are more i I The society was glad to see so

'f.- so," or words to that effect. Thus ]i many of the .Engineering faculty out

lot gained the Rep of being Crab I' and also the visitors .they brought
1 ind the Original Frost. but she made with them.

I Cameras Films '- '_ tf: ?,.'.-. Developing I HenryWolf'sMusic I a Monthlyy Average of Ninety Eight i --- --- --

X I per cent. ist stepping for a Dope was so En-
<#t meanwhile invented new ;
I ; Marie way
tranced by the sight of Marie making
Y to Jazz Step and became Queen of
'! '. ./ Two Steps grow where there was butOre
AtMILLER'S Tribe. On account of I
!n i, the Tickle Toe I before, that he asked her for a
<).H !: 319 E. Main St. I 1 her Low Scholastic' Standing she Dance. This was followed by a Moon-
the Flunk-
invited to join
light Ride.
; I lers Exodus, but whenever the Dean
Trust Marie to Do the rest. Her
mentioned this she Wept so Bitterly wars "The of t
Motto : roper Study
g Carry Your Old Hats to Relent and she stayed
that he had to Woman is Man." She cashed in her
Ansso Eastman and Ansso Agents for NEW YORK HAT CLEANERSto Experience and did a Thoro Job.
!h them on.Then Last Day. Dot
have came the
She now rides in her own ,Limou-
Cameras Films Browns Developing Cleaned, Blocked and Made New received several Certificates good sine. Dot is still showing the Rural
Candy Confectionery and anywhere in the State for Forty
Young Hopeful how to Read and
Cigar Store in Connection Shekels a month minus Board. Marie -
Imported Greek Candy 75. lb. received the Official Bounce. She Clean its Teeth.

the road at the Moral: "Summer" Scholars and
ML BL1ZIOTES Prop. sought Solace across
West Main Street Next A. C. I, Dance. A Millionaire Tin Can Tour- Some are not."

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I' Official Publication of Student Body of University of Florida Mr. James Harrold Hill of Mail- can't beat these values:
: r Office and Press: Basement Language Hall. land Fla-, has recently been elected You
president of the Rollins Alumni As- toit

STAFF sociation.Mr. .
HERBERT FORD ... EDITOR-IN-CHIEF suits un801d--thee Hart Scarrner'e
1 of the odd
student I our
Hill is a former cleaning 1 up
TRUMAN GREEN .......__. ..._..... MANAGING EDITORASST. which he at- Mark r finest: suits for this faU'" purchse--models, -toutl, aIf ,
University of Florida, men's and more conservative sty!?.
tended in the fall of 1918. regulars tailor. priced$32.50 i -
H. M. FRIEDLANDER ..... ___ BUSINESS MANAGER The baseball team has been very There clothes cost more
successful this year. Im games
I played with Stetson, Boffins was the to $48.50 |
B. HOSKINS HAROLD KLOCK MURRAY COHEN decisive victor by. the scores 18-2 and ,


B. O. SMITH A. T. MOORE Although the baseball team has ;
I suffered two recent defeats by Stet- x $57.50 to $80I -

Entered at Gainesville, Fla., postoffice as Second Class mail matter. son, they are now more confident than x
+ Subscription: $1.50 the year. ever The college paper goes on to I
say: "Stetson left Clearwater singing -

.. ._. .. ...... ..._m___.._..... ... ........ ..............._................._ 'We Came and Saw and Conquered I
/ We'll bet you anything that
1 Southern leaves DeLand chanting the
$ Wolf Brothers
WELCOME! some soulful ditty."

'; Welcome, Track Men! Welcome, High School Principals!
And last, but by no means least, Welcome] Young Ladies! The COLLEGE SIDELIGHTS
Florida Alligator, as the official organ of the Student Body of the '
U. of F., extends a most hearty welcome to one and all. Sixteen Men to Take Japan Trip TAMPA, FLAllRffiysjWSWWSif
Although the Annual High School Track Meet\ here proved successful Fifteen or sixteen men will be allowed x;
to make the trip to Japan on
from the very first, the approaching Meet shows every iRIi
indication of being, by far, the most successful ever staged at this the University of Washington base- !
institution. No effort has been spared in providing mediums of ball team for its series of games !Ii e
and other !
with Waseda
entertainment for the visitors. From the opening dance Thursday University ;
i night to the Carnival and Military Ball on Saturday night, Japanese colleges next fall.
Cdach Leonard Allison last
practically every hour will be utilized in one form or another. In Though
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week his to YY; ;
cut team twentytwomen w/tf; I yn
other columns, a program will be found outlining the dances, the
t'' Military Field Meet and Maneuvers\ the High School Principals as the final squad for the season,
; convention, the Track Meet, the Carnival, etc., and only a brief he hag yet to .pound the fatal ham-, I 1 but
i mention need here be made. 1, mer upon the half dozen or so not You Can 1 ead a Cork to Water

We trust, aside from the pleasure to be derived from the gay to visit the cherry-blossom Allison will land not do of You Cannot Make: it Sink
frivolities of the week, that every visitor will gain some ]lasting.' setting suns.
this until the ends.
I benefits from the Meet. As for the High School students, we season
hope that your associations among the men of Florida will be To make up for time lost from Q Don't )in this suit value \\e are going to tell
school the trip this fall, the
pleasant that you, as many before you. will gain that broader and have about float on your imagination on but let it
members of the team promisedto you
deeper vision of life that allows no turning aside until the goal x
has been reached-that goal a COLLEGE EDUCATION. Andin attend summer school. Estimating sink in your mind until you find out that seeing
out the future of the Schools 18 days of voyage one way, the team
maping policies High of the State,
will probably be absent two and a .JI' is believing. Absent treatment wont get you one
I we hope that the surroundings of the High School principals, hereat .
the University, may prove an inspiration to you in your efforts half months.-U. of N. Sagebrush- j of these allool Kisc ba sin flannel. suits i n

to better prepare the future manhood and womanhood of the
State for the grim battle of life. cither single l. or double brested style at $25 Z;:.
Maj.] Gen. Wood to Become Head of
1 Pennsylvania University i iSel

,., __ : Major General Leonard Wood will V

t t The object of the High School} Principal's Conference held at retire fro mactive service in! the armyto Bv Clothier
ndt The
: 1 the University of Florida this week deals with the reorganization become the head of Pennsylvania : > I
of the Florida high school curriculum. The conference will be University after he returns from the

I under the direction of Dr. Joseph Roemer, Professor of Secondary Philippines, it was learned recentlyat :'-nuwj.Tiy\!: !ftfirain! I
Education, University of Florida. the war department.-Rollins Sand-
Conditions are changing in education and many courses which spur. 'niRHSHg Ji J

were deemed suitable a few years ago have in many cases been
discarded in favor of social sciences and vocational trainnig. We I ITARR

i have come to realize that we must cater to two classes of students X> E.: Intercollegiate Swimming Association
2 -I : those students anxious to continue their academic work Organized. I I FURNITURE CO., Inc. |

and those who intend to enter business upon graduating. It is Boston Organization) of a New
unfair to consider only one class and those subjects should be England Intercollegiate Swimming Tampa,
taught which will be of the most benefit to the greatest number Association was announced today. S
ef students, while allowing ample room for choice for those stu- Amherst, Brown, Dartmouth, Mas- I Sales Agents For j jP

dents interested in the purely academic side.. sachusetts Institute of Technologyand j Berkey and Gay Furniture, Globe Wernicke Sectional Beck. j jI il
The subjects of foreign languages and of mathematics afford Boston University have already'subscribed
interesting topics for consideration as also the discussion of the to it arid Harvard, Williams Cases, Aeolian, Vocalion, Pathe Phonopragph, Napanee Kitchen -
courses in the natural and social sciences. The subject of and Wesleyan are understood tobe Porch
ready to join at a final organization I j Cabinets, Belding Hall Refrigerators, Aerolux
courses is one which every high school principal in the State is
j '" faced with every year, and the discussion will be stimulating and meeting here next Saturday.- S Shades, Premo-Eclipse Gas Ranges, Domestic Science Fireless -

helpful., _. _. Yale News. g CookstoveB, Robinson Rodgers "Restwell Bedding
The work will be done through committees, and each committeewill
report on the subject they have considered. After this there [ i Office Furniture, Floor Coverings, Draperies, Chima pjI
will be a round table discussion and other advice and criticism The University of Cincinnati base-
will be offered. Many of the principals have certain ideal courses, ball team met with hard luck on its I Glassware, Window Shades, Awnings.

but these are not practicable in all cases for all classes of stu- recent Southern trip. Out of seven

dents. The subject is a live one continually changing in aspect, games played they only won the first- I
and highly interesting and essential to the high schools of the iraHWWKWWafiS
State. The findings and reports of these committees will play
an important part in State education during the next few years. College Graduate Mose In "Who's If

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An insurance man, speaking to a
congress of general agents and man-
:, !S ........+ ..................... agers in St. Louis reminded his hearers WILSOrDAlIANY
that of the 10,000 men, whose

i:: I named' eapper in "Who's Who," only
1 AMERICAN( SHOE REPAIR COMPANY lAND thirty-nine had no schooling, 1,008

I SHINE PARLOR a had high a grade school school training education, and, 5,990are 1,545 "GAINESVILLE'S FOREMOST SHOPPING CENTER"

I I college graduates. Will some-
body page the Missouri colon who Featuring
'I, Geo. Tampas and Louis Eliades, Proprietors argued learnedly against the bill to
115 West Main Street North-Phone
} : O. Weatherwax.. Agents 129.Franklin T. West raise the preparatory requiremebta Everything That a Good Department Store S1tnli
of rural teachers in this State'by
Gainesville Florida f
shouting that Abraham Lincoln never

1 ; had a high school education.-fit "

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ila( rites you to attend its sessions every Sunday t .. ;r. -- ,,
morning at 9:30. + + + + + + +


.slag to your Social, Moral, and Economic life I

Visit us once; you will comeagain.Cars I -Evening_ Tenth Annual 1 I
Ball-Theta Ribbon
will be out from town to take you in I SocietyElks'Club. I II i

Lets all\ go! I Friday-Afternocn-, T. O. Dance X Xy I
II -At Home. fFridayLEveningFfftefnth j x s
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411 .. ... ... al Ball-Sepent Ribbon Society-Ann.u-I|

.............4 Saturday Elks' Club.
First Annual
Military Ball-University Gymnasium .


j : E. K. CHEMICAL ,-
of the most brilliant and en- ;-_
f joyable events on the University So-
cial Calendar was the first annual Back row: R. E. Knight, C. E. Morgan, H. S. Massey, A. S.
A Good Place to Eat ball given by the Newman club last Graham, DeWitt H. Williams. .
Friday evening at the Elks' club, Front row: K W. Schwartz. F. R. Weedon, Dr. T. R. Leigh
which was participated in by a large Prof. A. P. Black, 0. M. Berg, M. B. Matlack, A. Crago, H. C. Ford

contingent of the local society set, .

visiting young ladies and gentlemen, Although the E. K. Chemical Society members are former active members
and representatives from the differ- may yet be said to be in a who are no longer continuing their
ent fraternities of the University of state qf infancy, being organized in work in the Department of Chemis
e Alachua Restaurant and Lunch Room Florida. The hosts were easily dis- the early spring of 1919, its rapid try. r
tinguished by the club colors that growth has brought it into such a po- Recently five members of the
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN were pined on the lapel of their coat, sition of prominence that, today, Chemical Department were elected to

Block from Atlantic Cout Line Depot and proved ideal entertainers.The membership in this society is regarded membership in the society and are
Hill a spacious ball room was attractively by students of the Chemical Department to be initiated in the near future.
p 11! GaintSTllleFlorid decorated in the club colors of the University as one of Those students receiving this distinction -
cardinal and white. In the cen- the highest honors to be obtained in are as follows: O- M. Berg. A.
.. ter ceiling an overhead lattice design the institution. The society is ,an S. Graham. C. E. Morgan, H. S. Masey -
"'" was charmingly made while each end honorary one, but in addition, its : and DeWJtt Williams. The offl-
t ,. was decorated in streamers festooned members must be all around men in '.aTs of the Society at, the present
in canopy effect. The side walks every sense of the word. Though Mme are F. R- Weedon, President;
3 jI fi were covered with various fraternityand membership is confined largely to M. B. Matlack, Vice President; A.
I college pennants while the lighting advanced students in Chemistry, first Crago, Treasurer; K. W. Schwartz,
effect produced the chosen color year men may be elected in cases of Secretary. The active members now
in I IMP IS THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER tones which radiated over the lovely exceptional merit.E. comprising the society are Dr. TownesR.
ftn FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA assemblage of dancers below. K. was founded, first, for the Leigh, Prof. A. P. Black, F. R-
An ice course was served at the i purpose of encouraging a more thor- Weedon, M. Matlack, A. Crago, K.. :
midnight hour during which time ough type of scholarship; second, to W. Schwartz, R. E. Knight and H.
:: charming little dolls were given as recognize such scholarship; and G Ford. DS.. Leisher, of the College -
",., ", Iioot favors. third, to provide a medium for social of Engineering, is an associate
Beautiful selections were renderedby diversion and scientific discussion member.
BBHWBBIH3S HCL3GBB = L the University orchestra and Its members may be honorary, Following the initiation of the
punch was served throughout the eve- active and associate. Honorary mem- newly elected members the society
While in JacksonvillGO ning. bership is confined to scientists of will er joy its annual banquet at the

The chaperones were: Mr. and Mrs. well recognized standing and may be White House where between courses .
1C T. J. McCarthy, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. elected from time to time. To be 1 it : members will hear interesting, as '
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Carter, eligible for active membership, students -i i well as instructive, talks by the ;!
, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Bush, Mr. and must, first, have a minimum faculty members and advanced stu-
: Mrs. Allen. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Farr, grade of 87 per cent in Chemistry I dents. ;
and Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McCollum. second, they must be doing satisfac-i Plans are now being perfected I
tory work in all courses for which whereby it is confidently expectedthat
3 ., they be registered and third,
4nroItjcrg in' the very near future, the E.
CLUB DANCE such students shall not be of immoral -
Chemical become affiliated
character. Instructors in the K. Society may -
NE HUNDRED DEP \ C\iBV i'ir The Twentieth Century club was Department of Chemistry are electedto with an II 000 ra ry. Chemical
'1 :!.t J!-- the hostess at an informal dance given .t active membership. Associate t' Fraternity of national standing.

; Saturday afternoon, April 2nd, at I -- -'
.. Gl&sea 1"iUedJo
the Elks' home in honor of the S. A. _..r:7.. _:__, -1 a.1 ._
E. Franternity, the cast of the Mi- .- -.- ,.....;>;-
Our Own Lens Grindin crobe of Love, the town girls, and a Biltmore Russ.rRLace Oxford? ?zIts
few invited guests. Qvality stamp you a Gentaleman
'No Delay Music was furnished by the University $8.25 Made by PACKARD
orchestra and dancing was
a enjoyed until six o'clock. L. C. SmithThe
O.Oloes % & Son.
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_____an Opticians Gainesville, Florida Invitations have been issued for _----u.- __ __ ___ __ __ n __uu_ _______h __ _u _____ __ __ ._ ___
the Tenth Annual Ball of the Theta winning teams were composedof There was a man who fancied
.... ,.. - -- -- Ribbon society which is to be givenat the regular attendants who live That by driving good and fast
I the Elks' club on the night of in D Section Buckman and Thomas He'd get the car across the tracks
April 7th. Hall. Before the train come past.

,.. _' ....-"-, This organization has establisheda Everyone enjoyed the feed immen- He would miss the engine by an Inch
-':- / I new precedence by not invitingrats sely. Arid make the trainman sore;
: and cards will have to be presented -
There was a man who fancied that-.
THE BON the door by the invited i
TON"'J.'i at
There isn't
The members of the Pi Kappa Al- any more.White and
4 guests. pha Farternity were the hosts at a Blue.!
will be made out aDd en-
Refreshment Pause dance given in their fraternity rooms -
,; t trance cards will be presented to all last Saturday evening April 2nd. Two Can Play at That Game.
Alumni of- the University promptlyat rendered by I find that husband has been }
Delightful music was my .
Complete 11
Line of Fraternity Stationery t
o'clock.On .
eight having the office
boy call
the Florida Five orchestra and dancing me up every i
Candies andTobaccoes of allKinds t account of the growth of the was enjoyed till the midnighthour. day and mumble terms of endearment.
tt I University all cannot be invited, That's a nice way to fool his wife!
t therefore the above method will haveto He's been going to the ball games. )

Courtesy, Service and Strictly Sanitary be carried out. Guest-Thanks a million for that "How is it that you didi/t eatch
I drink. on to his voice?"
Last! Friday evening the two even- Fost-Don't mention it. "Well. I'm busy at Bridge every
ing bible classes of the Universitywere Guest-Lord no; I won't tell a soulChaparral. day and I've been having the cook
royally entertained at a chicken answer the telephons.White and
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f was moved to Titusville.By Drill came earlier instead of in.the 8

Saint Lucy of' Syracuse was a an act of the legislature on July hottest part of the day. I FURNITURE

i ,f *ant! of the Roman Catholic church..1 1, 1905, Saint Lucie county was The Stock Judging team got an ; GAINESVILLE CO.

; In the year 1502, on the day of Saint formed out of southern Bervard county "F" with a Jackass!: on it. if

Lucy, Columbus discovered the Saint from the Sebastian river to Saint F. S. W. C. was across the street f .

Lucia Islands, the largest of. the Lucie river. Fort Pierce was chosenthe The student body wrote for the to; 1.; F

British windward islands of the West county seat. 'Gator so that they didn't haVe to use .

R Indies The name of Saint Lucy was W. R. King. :. this line.-A Student. I 1 'D. K. COX .P prletor.

i later given to a fort built by the i I Phone 86.SPORTING .

: Spaniards 'near Cape Canaveral *n Life at FLORIDA would be one. "You cannot shake your shimmie .
1565. long sweet drekm IF: !I I here,"
Saint Lucie county was given its 1 r The maids did'nt throw shoes j _
your 1 She saw upon the sign. _,..,...._... _
name in honor of Saint Lucy, of Syra so far under the bed that you have ---- '- -

.. cuse. It was created by an act of i Co dirty your white ducks In recover-1!i She pouted, took the blamed thing ; ... > (; .-q. t;+ ...."""

the legislature, March 14, 1844, with' ing them. I out, .
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the county seat at Fort Pierce. On The 'Gators beat the Phillies. And hung it on the line.-Sun .
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OTHER cigarettes
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;1o. Ji"T KADO" Pencil ?{o. 174 SHORTHAND SYSTEM ---"-SOCIETY -- \. J

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course covers ten easy 1 lessons : Chemical Society Held
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I I I.'L ,tyocf Dealer Made in five grade fessor will enable the Student, Pro. to b?monthly meeting In the
ASX pOg THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND Journalist, Doctor, Lawyer or ay night the 23rd. A
EAGLE MIKADO to anyone seeking a professional career, e meeting was held and
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Gentlemen: Enclosed herewith h broadening his knowledge
$5 for which kindly send me your lutely Th. next meeting
Tenaii Tailor shorthand course in ten easy lessons sire April 6.
by mail. It is understood that
at the
[Alteration Cleaning Pressing end of five days, I am not satisfied all Initiate Caught Checking .
my money will be gladly refunded. eral ]t Dead Ones.
1 1 Phone 354 Gaines i1Ie Fa.F Name __...__.. _,_ ( ed as ] a palm beach suit straw
Street _____ of !' and carrying Alan
....1', = ; City and StateBaird _________. good a student in Carnegie _..
1 act Technology
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are in the morning in a _
. !fifi! !f.fifi!: Hardware Co. come Troy Hill he
,... as was .
r. SPORTING GOODS of persons buried in
: from the tombstones. _

University students, by patronizingthe $i AG noticed Talbot going;
KODAKSCUTLERY to another and
White House Dining Room, may names on a pad. The
enjoy the satisfaction of knowing i lighted. Talbot, it is .

i they have the finest service and most large to answer questions '
delicious food on the market. !x the t' Copying the names r

Table d'Hote meals, $1.00. Parties f'hone 7 Gainesville FI( :, 'nd't1rjn He was taken
station and when Inter-
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and ----
Banquets by special -
arrange- ---' "'-- ere 1 that he was being:
ment. For table reservations Phone !: ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR +o t one of the fraternities

No. 295. DEPARTMENTSHOE *hey: perform some tasks giv 1
the members.
91 -- The I ot was brought to trial,

7 The White House Dining oom SHINE PARLORCHESNUT'SSTORE oom disorderly conduct, the ;j
-}1n fined him $10 and ad-
\ Gainesville's Social Center. !tfiJKRSHKffiH /
of to hake the
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were "It's time these frats
\ SHOE I common sense!\ into their 1
Yififi! YiYiYi! !F YiYiYi. Yi! Yi! !. $ I initiating: members. said.. ;;
flaw."t he dismissed the .
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ders Orange.

t .tion Guaranteed the I
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\ SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES I South Side Square would -

I down shalt not confiscate" thy ,, :
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--- his while he is look-
TIRES AND TUBES t JACKSONVILLESPORTING m (' i ; not praise the sere

L SAVE-SERVE-SATISFY to can't kick, keep" your -
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I Ia GOODS : shalt not take away for -,
v Gainesville Auto Supply ..Company
II ning banquet more than. two .
t COMPANY"The At '
- was shalt not eat beans with
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Sportsman's Store"L. cups soup with a straw. It's
... __ 4II 4II -- & A. Outboard Motors to : vour fellow-man.
Bread do the other fellow
1W West Ray Street Phone 7IH
- ForGoodcats First < U the real you.
K.- and shalt pass bread via the

- A., : CH'RO .1 FLORIDA BARBER SHOP, plenty it saves time.
j C. L. by all wilt repair to the first-, J
I For Students and Others handle case of a severe attack _- "-

.1 One Door North A. C. L. Depo Shaves 20c. Haircuts 35c. sm .x.
It shalt not take away as '
; West Side SquaiGainesville
than one set of U.
.... -- ._- -- --- CXDOOOOOOOOOOOC: : : :: XXX. < ,XXX I nave
JOHNSON'S ,PHARMACY W. S. DORSEY & CO. shalt :not deprivte thy
DmI 8s, :Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods t Everything in GroceriesFor good : the: rights of life, lib-
We Guarantee Personal Attention to Prescription Goodness Sake Drink
The pursuit (however vain) _
j I Only ;Purest Drugs Used. Low Prices. Quality Guaranteed t DORSEY'S DELIGHT COFFEEJ.S.BODIFORD this ." --

Gainesville, Florida. I 'p + + + f t + + + it shalt rescue from thy PE
have flies. (Special re i
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II & COMPANY.DRUGGISTS on arrangements 1.
Ball on April 9th,

GREENLEAF CROSBY COMPANY I II The the cordial Cadet invitation Battalion to, 3 :

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"Noted for Quality"monde t EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Brings not in the battalion and -,
a to attend the military -' -

,. Fine Jewelry, China, Cut Glass and Silverware I To in the gymnasium on #p e M
I JOS. J. SEYKORAPhone be ; April 9th, 1921.J. __

,; 1 104 l West Bay Street % Jacksonville, Fla. I not a member of the a
The wishes to bring a lady t '
J!! Selection Packages Sent on Request I 107 Gainesville Florida should call upon Cadet t -_

" Class Pine, Rings, Medals, Trophies. J. W. McCOLLUM & CO. To the 1 I Knight, after Friday, ._ _
tt t DRUGGISTSThe secure an invitation to = -
t Ir Revall Store And I Ir Members of the battal

r Agents for been informed how _
Liggetts and Norris Candie
I this
.. - respect. Any mem-
'\ -------I Gainesville Florida I I battalion njot> present .

The was made 1
DORAN'S BICYCLE SHOP I ORAH about it should call 1
Lends captain for full infor
FOR BICYCLES, and REPAIRS t Tho' dress should be
t msznbers of the bat
and GIFT SHOP Yet ...*..IiI r _

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J' HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET She meant to kill him with a look-j HIGH SCHOOL CURICULUMTO 10. Address Superintendent W'. Two" Let's cats have were about to..
at least such Sheats. an tnierr!
Continued from was her plan-
page one CHANGED
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i O'clock fore "
,! I 100 yard dash-Burke, Tampa, It happened though, she was cross-. (Continued, From Page One) Friday Afternoon of committees, 2:00 : I "About we begin what, ?said" one. -
i Report asked
eyedAnd- 11.
I Gifford, Vero- .tive H. C. Johason 15 minutes -
hit Natural Sciences-R. .M. Evans, "Is it to be a duel to.
another man-Ward Belmont 15 min. a. ;
High jump-Baker : W. Cason
Jacksonville, Xegatjve- shall rake
committee. we it
I : Alsobrook, Leesburg. t tHe Friday Morning, 9:00 O'clock Quincy Discussion-Round, chairman Table. ; out of five?"-Boys'LatSchool best ft
: : t 500 yard dash-Brendla, Fort Lauderdale 8. Report of committees: .
(poetically-I could hang on M. Sealey, 12. Report of Committees: -- -- ..
f I ; Weidling, Fort Lauderdale. a. Social Science-R. S. A. -- .
220 your very words. Table. a. Vocational Subjects Libraries-e.
J yard dash-Burke, Tampa; b. Discussion-Round committee. ,
Clarke, J a ksonvDle.I She-Is my line as strong as that? 9- Report of committees: Draper, Leesburg, chairman Orlando. I'

Broad jump-Baker, Jacksonville -Banter. Languages F. W. .
I ; a. Foreign Table 14. Address-A UJIiIe
J ,. Lewis, Jacksonville. Buchholz, Gainesville, chairman com b. Discusion-Round
1 mile-Carter, Vero; Brendla, Ft. I O'Leary-"PauJ, who was that new! mittee. 13. Address-Present Status. and System of Records and g
i I Lauderdale. girl I saw you with last night?" j I Possible Improvement in Our High A. B. Wilkinson, Perry
.. Lyman: "Oh, that's the old b. Discussion-Round Table. f
120 yard high hurdles ...- Baker, one repainted ,
Jacksonville Finkelstein ."-Technique.The - ,
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p ville. I 'fi f1Yt 'iS'i t *&Smyaifrte&tfi = .! !: y9iy; : !! !Jit1-a \ _:!1J'- -- iJ: ; :nJi! !fi 1 '

Shot put-Lewis Jacksonville; Track Meet of this year has t i. .
i Hughes, Winter Haven been in the hands of a committee com-
I 440 yard dash-Clarke, Jacksonville posed of Coach Kline, Professor! ;

j --. ; Powell, Tampa. Beck and Professor ReedA large Enter-- j
Pole vault-Alsobrook, Leesburg; percentage of the credit must be givento
Hunter, Leesburg. them. The following officials have
220 yard hurdles-Sherrill, Tampa; been appointed. /
Jones, Jacksonville. Referee W- G. Kline. i The New Spring 0'I
One half mile relay-Gainesville, Judges of Finish Professors

Jacksonville. Orlando, Daytona. Black, Bresth, Cody, Shealey. .
Jacksonville won first place in the Scorers-Professor Willoughby, J. .
i Meet, closely followed by Tampa; R. Gunn, R. L. Dickson. I I F' Manhattans
I Leesburg and Fort Lauderdale tied TimekeeperS-Geo. White, Dr. ;

F for third place! ,_ and were followed by Manchester, Rogers. : .-
Urlantto and Vero. Baker of Jacksonville AnnouncerPfeiffer.Field .
I set the new record of 5 feet Judge-P. S. Reed. At the threshold of the dawning new Season we present the new Springy
I 7 1-4 inches in the high jump. In the Assistant Field Judges-W. A- Mc- ; ',
shot put Lewis of Jacksonville, Key, C. H. Baker, J. F. Merrin, C. ifiifi; Manhattan Shirts in all their splendor, exclusiveness and individuality. ,-]

i I Hughes of Winter Haven, and Mid- Nichols, G. H. Hodges, Carl Perry, *. .
dlecauf, of Orlando,. all broke the old C. Wilsky, Vandergrift.Chief I The usual initative of the makers is again evident in the smart effects 1

,; i record. Lewis set the record Marshall P. Baker. .
new at which stamp Manhattan shirts as a superior product >i
40 feet 7 3-4 inches. There is a very Assistant Marshalls Gunn, Carl- Sfi .
i good chance of several records being ton, Meisch, Hughes, Norton. Cole- '
Nwe Weaves New Pat rn IdeasImmaculate TailoringPerfect -
I smashed: this year, if one may man, Ford, Otto.Starter.Lientenant. -
i judge from the list of entries There. Atkinson. .Throu hout. .
is a certainty of one record being Clerk of Course-A. Sollee- yIi
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made because the discus, a new event,I Assistant Clerks of Course W. W. .:
will necessitate a new record. Gunn, Cox, Shepard, Leonard, King,| {:Ii \ They're Ready : I'I
: The order of events will also He Bivens. I i -
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new this year. The 100 yard dash Callers-C. Anderson, Woodward,| j
has again been given the initial po Green, H. Perry. S .
sition. The others will follow in the Field Doctors-DePass, Sweet- )'
order given here: Press Steward-Truman: Green. [ i
I 1.-100 yard dash. And now a word of advice, fellows 'I
I 2.-Pole vault. Remember that from the visitors at' t

r I'' r 3-One mile run. the Track Meet, much of Florida'sI j:h ,
4.-120 yard high hurdles. Freshman class of next I i i

f J>.-Shot put. drawn. Remember that they will aci' : QUr Branch at thetOLLKGE 'ft
INN is
at service.
t 6.-220 yard dash cept the actions and words of each -J .. your .
j 7.-440 yard dash- member as that of the whole student t:j
I 8.-Discus throw. body. Remember that their opinion LJ..
.-220 yard low hurdles. of the University will be largely the scU f:'C cT1.!i'r.: -." !Ji :r.:1.F.: !: !:i: Y1 r: ,:.:i iYiiiJ

.1 10.-880 yard dash. result of the opinion they form of
r 11 Broad jump. the present student body. And BO,

r 12.-High jump. fellows, talk up old Florida. She !: ;!: :f.fififi! !: !;i i ''!-_.....C"...(.;:;.ni''i't;;; ffiSSSHBfnfiiRffiffifi,_.
13 One half mile relay. certainly deserves and needs it now. t iflffiffiifiHSfiyi;nfiHSJSaSSSSq;

i i J I (13 is supposed to be an unlucky Let's show our visitors what a grand \' THE COLLEGE MAN'S
number. Look out, old records!) old institution we've got here .ti

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