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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 15, 1921
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
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biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
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- UNIVERSITY- OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE,_ FRIDAY, APRIL 15 1921. No. 26
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IUVAL WINS MEET ;ANNUAL INTER- + + + + + + + + + +

+ All men intending to try out + VOLLEY BALL AND MAJOR MELTONOF

FIFTH STRAIGHT CLASS + for the position of assistant +

7. MEET2P.M.SATURDAY + football manager should turn + WRESTLING IN JAX. SPOKE I

+ their na-mes in to Richard Stan- +

YEAR-34 POINTS + ly immediately for assignment +

' + to work during the present + GYM TOMORROWBusiness WED. IN CHAPELManager

s + spring practice.

hst Fort Lauderdale Team Ran the A Pentathalon Will be Held This + + + '+ + + + + + .+

I Jacksonville Athletes Close Second Afternoon at Three O'clock a Men's Team From Jacksonville of Jacksonville Metropolis!

j This Year-Only Four Points Behind Five Event Competition. NOTICE OF INDIVIDUAL Will Tackle University Addressed Student Body o n

Winners.IILLSBORO Champs in Volley Ball and Wrestling "Newspaper Work as a Profession"
DEFECTS '
OBTAINABLE
DINNER AT TWELVE O'CLOCK Bouts.
AND MIAMI TOMORROW :MAJOR MELTON HAS BEEN
IN MESS Special
HALL forms showing the defectsof
FINISH THIRD AND FOURTH ORMSBY, CURTIS, COLEMAN, IN GAME FOURTEEN YEARS
every student have
been
com-
Juniors Look Like Winners With pleted and are 'ready for distribution *AND BATTLE WILL WRESTLEVolley
elsnation Contest Won by DUVAl Arthur Sollee in the Told of His :Many Varied Experiences
as Individual Point office of the Director, Peabody
High Adds Five Points and Gave Winner for Class. Hall Room No. 22. These- Ball Team Has Been Practicing Including His First "Scoop" and

Cop to Red and White Athletes.The forms show the number and nature of Every Evening and is in good the Trouble That it Brough Him.
Shape for the Tomorrow
Deciding
ames
Tomorrow afternoon the annual interclass the defects, and those that have been
Red and White athletes of the Night. Major Quimby Melton of Jackson-
track wilt corrected
meet be held on during the year. If any .
val, High School won the State ville, manager of the Florida Metropolis -
Fleming Field. The meet this student has any recorded against him
yearIs Saturday night the student body addressed the student body of
School Meet held Fleming
igh on to be preceeded by a pentathalon he can reduce them before the end of
last Saturday afternoon for the will have a chance to see the "Gator the Ur-Sversity of Florida here on
ield Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The the year to a very large extent.
Volley ball team in action when! they Wednesday morning
on
fth straight year with a total of, 34 pentathalon is a five event competi- Special forms have been placed in newspaper
meet the business men's team of the I' work as a life career-
points, followed closely by the well tion in which a man must enter all the infirmary with weighing scales-
Tacksonville Y. M. C. Ain the Uni- I Mr. Melton has been in the news-
trained team from Fort Lauderdale< five events. Those that will take These should be filled out and the
: 'crsity gymnasium. The Florida representatives paper game for fourteen! years, and
which gathered together 30 points for place this afternoon in this event physician consulted. Underweighthas
have been going thru spoke from a broad experience gained
second place. Hillsborough with 13 wil be an 880-yard been counted against students
run; 100-yard more -
-o'-ie strenuous practice lately, and from his connection with this lin'of
[points and Miami with 12 finished in dash; discus throw; javelin throw, than any other defect. Many
in for the the
Are prime shape contest. work. For five years he was on
the order given. and broad jump. students are not underweight
now The team from Jax represents the staff of the Baltimore Sun', but from
The Fort Lauderdale boys were The annual inter-class track meet who were so at the beginning of the
'ery best Volley Ball players in the that time on he has been connected
the favorites from the start of the will be Here is defect that
run on a somewhat similar year. one most
and from Jack-
fty reports received from with the Florida Metropolis in
meet and they were only beaten by plan as the High, School meet of last,students of all classes can get cred- 'he big town they are expected to sonville. He is a personal friend of

the five points won by the Duval week. Each class will be credited ited.Every give the 'Gators a hard battle. Dr. A. A. Murphree and it is throughhis

team in the declamation contest.The with the points made by the entries defect of each student counts Accompanying the Volley Ball I efforts that Major Melton consented -

Fort Lauderdale team made all from that class who place irt the, various against his class and his college. The!! *eam there will-be a team of wrestlers to appear before the studentsof .

of its points on the field in the meet, events. The-meet is to start at Junior Engineering students have the I' one man in each of the different the University.In .

as they were not entered in the dec 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon and lowest average of physical defects of weights to take a turn on the mat his opening remarks Major

lamation contest. There was considerable arrangements have been made with any group. Their average is 2.2 defects with the champions of the University. Melton said that the greatest thins

dissatisfaction expressed by the Universty authorities to serve per man The average for the Florida has some good wrestlers this that could happen to the Universityof

the various coaches on the question dinner in the mess hall at 12 o'clock whole student body is 3.1 defects per, year and they should be able to makea Florida and the State 'as a whole'

of counting the essay and the declamation so that every one will have sufficient student. Only 18 students of the) very creditable showing when theygo would be to have every editor in the

contests in the track meet time to get ready for the opening whole student body have no physical up against the men from Jack- State come to Gainesville and per-

and it is probable that this will be events. defects. Eliminate as many of theseas sonvilleThe men who will represent sonally inspect the great college

changed next year and made a sep- Father Connoley has offered three" possible, most of them can be attended i the Orange and Blue when the bouts located hereHe said that they

arate event. silver and three bronze medals to bj to very easily. I are begun will be: Ormsby, light- would riot only become: better c-

Lewis of Jacksonville was the 'individual given the winners in the different Some students require smallpox weight; Curtis, welterweight, Cole- ouainted with the needs and problems

star of the meet this year events and another friend of the vacinations arid typhoid inocculationsto man, middleweight, and Battle, of the University, but that they I-

with 18 points to his credit, includingthree University has offered twelve silver protect them against these dis light heavyweight. would go away strong boosters for

firsts and a second place. medals as_ prizes for the meet. eases. These means of production of I I ----- the budget now before the legislaturefor

Lewis set two State records, break- The events to be run off are as fol- immunity are offered by the Depart-i i the support of the University of

ing his own in the shot put and raising lows: ment of Hygiene. These inoculationscan Misses Callie Gissendaner, Lucile' Florida ana the other State owned

it to 41 feet 10 1-4 inches, and 100-yard dash, 440-yard run, 120 be obtained at the infirmary at Gi-sendaner, Edith Horn, Elizabeth institutions of Florida. He, himself,

establishing the first record of 103 low hurdles, mile run!, "220-yard dash, any time. Utilize these aids to Horn, Lorene Spencer, Eloise Henry i i. a strong booster of the University ._

feet 3 inches in the discus throw. half mile run, shot put, discus, jave- health I Jesse DeHon, and Miss Spencer, of and being a college man himself can

Rodes, the diminutive miler of the lin, pole vault, high jump broad jump Ocala took part in the social affairs readily appreciate the need of a

Fort Lauderdale High school led the and two-mile relay. + + + + + + ... during Track Meet week. broader system of general- educationin
the State.
entire field of starters in the mile --- -- ----- + Saturday night at the Elks *
ran and snatched nine Time, 25.0.440yard. Those from Lakeland were: Misses No great financial remnerationneed
away over + Club the second annual Track +
seconds from dash Clarke, Jacksonville Mabelle Bean, Janice Carroll and Ju- be expected right from thestart
the State record In this
+ Hop will be held. If 60.00 can +
won Monroe Hilisborough, sec- lia May Von Suter.I in the newspaper game, but accordingto
event ;
,
when
he crossed the tape in be +
+ be raised another man can
it takes constant
four ond Lorraine, Orlando, third; Wielding Major Melton
minutes Hazel- ;
and 58 seconds.
+
the
+ sent to represent Orange
Lauderdale fourth. Time up I The Bartow representatives were: plugging and stick-to-it-tiveness 'x> ,,
,
tine Fort ,
of Miami and Hall of Fort Lau- + and Blue. How about it, fel- + the same
Reed make success just as any
Misses' Dorothy Wilson, Mary a
derdale, finishing'second and third 56:3.Discus + lows Let's turn out and en- + The
other man
throw-Lewis Jacksonville and Christine Lorentz. career. newspaper
,
respectively, each broke the old rec- second + joy a good dance and at the + must be on the job twenty-four hours
ord. won; Perry, Miami ; + same time help the track team + leave his .,rk
day and cannot w
Gaunt Miami third; Henderson,|I Misses Thelma Bullard and Agusta every
The various resulted follows +
events as + along.
Sanford fourth.. Distance 103 feet,, Wynn who are now attending Stetson as the doctor or lawyer might. It
,
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3' inches. (New State record) is an extremely fascinating careerand

The Summary: 880-yard dash-Brendla, Fort Lau- University, spent last week in the << one which Major Melton said
100-vard dash-Gifford. Vero, won; Madison fourth. M could not easily be cast aside. He,
Marshall. derdale, won; Cassens, Fort Pierce, third; and University City, the guests of 3suIlard's
Fort Lauder, second; Miami third Bur- Essay contest-Won' by Daytona; relatives- himself, tried several times. to leave
Hazeltine
;
Blitch second ,
Tallahassee, third; Hyers ;Hillsborough fourth. Time Bradentown, second; Milton, third, : if for a better paying job, but returned -
,
Hillsboroueh' fourth. Time, 11:1. nett, arid Tampa, fourth. Miss Irene Yelvingtorv and Mildred each time to resume his regular ,

Pole vault-Hunter, Leesburg, won; 2:15 1-5- Jacksonville Total number of points scored: William; were among the out-of-town profesion. Now he says he is in it
,
Matthews Fort Lauderdale second*! Broad jump-Lewis Gainesville, second; Duval, 34; Fort Lauderdale, 30; Hills- visitors attending the Track Meet fes- for good, and is perfectly satisfied

Baker Fort Lauderdale, third; Gedg!won; Brumley Orlando,, third; Shultz Invert borough, 13; Miami, 12; Individual tivities. I with the work- ,
JGedge
Orlando, fourth; heighth, 10 feet. t fourth., Distance, 19 .feet, 9% point winner, Lewis of Jacksonvillewith Major Melton's address was one ofa

120-yard high hurdles-Oomvell,' 18 points. Misses Anderson, Gedge'and Yow- series being delivered from time to

Inverness, won; Lewis. Jacksonville' inches low hurdles-Hall, Fort The Hand W. B. Drew cup went ell were in Gainesville for a few days time to get students of the University -
220-yard
second; :Monroe Hfllsborongh, third; Jones Duval, second to Jacksonville, the winners of .meet, last week. well acquainted with the various
,
Joanson, Fort' Lauderdale, fourth., Lauderdale, won Hillsborough; third Dix- when won three straight times. The lines of work so that they can select
;
,
Time, 18.4. t ;Winter'Hyers Haven fourth. Time,I Knight and Wall cup to Jacksonville,I Misses Aline Boniker and Catherine their own life work if they have not r

Shot put-Lewis, Jacksonville won I jon. for the most points in last two years McDermott of Pensacola, came already done so. This one was one of i

Brown, Jacksonville second; Perry 229.3. Tallahassee, 53 and 34. V. E. Jacobs cup went down to attend Track Meet. the very best that has been given so :
I Marshall,
Miami, third; Cole Eaugalli, fourth High jump- second Moore. to Jacksonville winning relay team. far, and was well appreciated by the ;

Distance 41 feet, 10 1-4 inches. won; Jerden, Ocala, Hillsborough; ,I Essay-Burton Miligan of Day- I entire student body.
third Hyers,
Mile Dash-Rodes Fort Lauderdale -o Milton, ; Milton Wyatt, of Braden
and Moore tied for tona, won; The St. Petersburg representatvieswere
won; Hazeltine, Miami, second; fourth. Jerden Jerden won toss. town, second; Edward Straughn, of : Misses Bessie Dew and Evelyn Miss Helen .Davidson of Washington -

Ball, Fort Lauderdale, third; Futch, I second place- Milton, third; _Claude Massey of Tam-I Dulin. Georgia, is .the attractive guest J
: 4 inches. !
Lake Height, 5 feet, 1
City, fourth. Time, 458. New Fort Lau- pa, fourth. I of Mrs. Adkins-
Duval won,
State record.) Mile relay-- Declamation-Wilenski of Jacksonville -
derdale, second; Gainesville, third;,, of Citra Miss Ferdiand Mixon of i
220-yard dash-Vansickle, Gaines- 1422. won; Stith, of DeLand second; Miss Franc Stanley Valdosta,
vtDe, won; Marshall Fort Lauderdale -. Hillsborough, fourth. Time,by Du- Cassens of Fort Pierce, third; Hen- spent a few days in Gainesville last Ga., spent last week end in Gainea-
contest-Won
second; Hyers, Hillsborough, Declamation Fort Pierce derson, of Madison, fourth. i I[ week. ville.t ,
second ,
DeLand, ; -- -
val
third; BUtch, Talahaasee, fOt-th. ; .

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Miss Dorothy Pettus of Brooklyn,I EAGLE"rulKADO" Pencil No.174 FURNITURE
GAINESVILLE
N. Y., took part in the social affairs CO. I
during the past week-end.
I I illig imrWTini pi 'ri ,
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Miss Elizabeth Gross was the attractive -
trades
Made in five .
For Sale at your Dealer IJ I
I guest of Myrtice McDonald
i last week. ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND D. R. COX, .Proprietor.,-
MIKADO
EAGLE I
Phone 86. I
f t EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK
Miss Mary Jennings was the guest
of Ruth Fowler during the past weekend .
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t I i Miss Patty Epps of Monticello was I, .;;;;;:;; ..+ ... I ISPORTING

t among the out-of-town guests during I DROPIN -
Track Meet.: J .
t

I, Miss Grace Earle Hildreth and Mr. OTTO F. STOCK GOODS 0

i; E Hildreth of Live Oak, were* the 1

I' } guests of Mrs. Turbcville last week. I : Tailor Foot Ball BaseBall Lam T
I
I Hardware of all Kinds.
1 Miss Gladys Johnson of Cocoa has ; {
!,. returned home after spending a few Alteration Cleaning] Pressing 'jj

t'! days in Gainesville as the guest of Fa.m THE THOMAS COMPANY '
Phone 354 Gaines dIe iMft
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Mrs. A. Guy.
t. ____ i Phone 22University

Miss Jane Washburni of Micanopy -l c 1: ;.--: '!I8--: a [ >--:;:- S9Ke.!. KS" aMNHWraffiifiififfiffiffiffiffitfi
t was a visitor to the. University City
i: last. week. !fiSWffi ......... ...........
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Miss Corrine Crowell of North m i t(
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t Carolina was among the out-of-town 9; I

,; visitors. University students, by patronizing MenYou
j !Ii the White House Dining Room, may '
!( 3 Catherine and Marie Variable of Hi'
enjoy the satisfaction of knowing
: Yil AwaysWELCOMED
Alabama participated im the week- are
; end festivities. they have the finest service-and most !Ii I

'i delicious food on the market. !R i iIi AT

';; Miss Jennie Van Kitcher of Plant Table d'Hote meals, $1.00. Parties b 1

:. City, spent a few days in Gainesville i and Banquets by special arrange- :McDOWALLSCome
!I last week. !Ii ment. For table reservations Phone
f Jacksonville was well represented No. 295. !R I<<
.by the fairer sex during Track Meet at home .
in and make yourselves
week. Those that took part in the
4 social activities were: Alva Tupper, x .
> The White i
House
Dining
': Virginia Green, Mary Hoyt, Nancy oom
;j Hoyt, Evelyn-Beasly, Caroline Mc-l Gainesville's Social Center. !H H'f -
.!! Murray, Irma Strange, Katherine
.: Clark, Catherine Murphy, Dorothy ;

,j ; Young, Elizabeth Brantley, Elinor fiifl rafiififfiffififfiSfiffiffiffiffira! $$$

:t Arden, Clemintine Baker, Laura Haw- :.
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i ; kins, Jean Cawby, Alice Tucker, Do- \ Hotel Hi1borct
> ris Torsel, Dorothy Sorenson, Annette Wd Aberdeen Russ. Brogue Oxford I In .

;, Barnes, Susan Alderman, Dorothy Unequalled for Style "TOP O'THETOWN" ,
.: I Wells, Harriet Cull, Margaret Mozo, $15.00 worth of pleasure for $9.29L.
Lucile Race, Martha Alderman, Miss'! J. I :.
All Year Round
; Murphy, Louise Morris, Josephine C. Smith Largest Hotel
j Coarsey, Marie Turner, Isabelle Fowler J 0 i ir I In State
Myrtie Albritton, Miss Brash, Eugenia -,
Waterbury, Mary Edith Turner,:\ ;- ;!" '; ...l "I"I I ; -Hllii"4J111 :"';' = Florida
Caroline Boone, Miss Smith, Louise'i if !" 'j --' -H -fl spa

f I I ? Parramore, and-others. t

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Miss Phoebe Singletary, Lucile 1 -

Reece, Myra Burr, Elizabeth Con- !t tI

1 H radi, Margaret Williams aad Miss THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE -- -- -- -- -- ...
Anderson of Tallahasse, were guestsof
1
the University City during the t
past week-end. Basement Language Hall 'I Popular Goods at Popular Prices
NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIONERY r 1'I at
.. Those from Tampa were: Louise LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS, FRESHMAN CAPS
i Lipscomb, Daisy Paul, Minnie May MEMORY BOOKS ETC.
:: Wall, Miss Taylor, Barbara Knight, Everything For the' Student. t'r- BURKHIM'SDO
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Elizabeth Range, Sarah Knight, Isabelle -

:I ,Lowery, Elizabeth Padgett, ..... ..-- Ij __.,. r ... .j : ,. -' "' "' ''' .. -
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t i Elizabeth Williams, Edith Gibbons, '
: : Thelma Mein and others. 1
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I > Stray Greeks. DO BUSINESS WITH

Invitations have been issued by the It. I II THE
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK"The
Stray Greeks for a small dance to be '

:: given on Friday evening, April 22nd/! I < 'n I.I..M I.I New Million Dollar) Bank" Resources Over $2OOO, '
at the Palm Point Country Club. I "
? This social function is looked forward -i' ) I :/t II(.. ,
to with great anticipation, as it' d t 1'2-16/44 Qrf 'tiC c"24
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t t' is rumored that a goodly number of'j ,
'j the fairer sex from Jacksonville and
t t Ocala will be present. The Smile Follows the Spoon
; I Music for this occasion will be furnished -
I f by the "Original University I The Phifer State Bank

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d, (in Physic T.i V) "Myers, what I&I: ;;;;;;; ;;
I. is the difference between light and
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\ Rat Myers: "Light can slip up on II THE NEW YORK RACKET .
REID
you, but sound can't. DICK
ForFlorsheim
0I Agent
I "Why did you put on your hat!" Modes of the Moment
Shoes.
;' I 't she asked. [3 bob Franklin Street -T nP'
; He whistled softly: "Chill Bean.1*->
Hats
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THE METHODIST BARRACA CUSS : SOCIETY : J

+ BY T. F. WEST, Jr. 4- _
Invites you to attend its sessions every Sunday a a ; s+ ra

morning at 9:30. + + + + + +

We study PRACTICAL PROBLEMS SOCIAL x
CALENDARFrom zT P
Pertaining to your Social, Moral, and Economic life at
Visit us once; you will.comeagain. the social side of College life.

Cars will be out from town to take you in I many the University brilliant affairs was the during scene the of

Lets all go! past week-end, and it is believed a I
I concensus of opinion that all had an

... ... ... -. -. -... enjoyable The time. .=C
Track
Meet will never be Jor-

.................... one gotten glimmer, nor will of the brightness social star in lose the : w.

minds of those who came, saw, and lrr
experienced. This lustrous star was
first ushered In at the Pi Kappa Al-
# pha dance on Wednesday evening, 1a
tkealh April 6th, and later shone in all its
,splendor at the Theta Chi dance
Thursday afternoon, followed by numerous -
other social functions. ,+(4 p
A Good Place to Eat : +
Theta Ribbon Dance.
One of the most brilliant and en-
joyable events of the University Soc ux q"R V
.................... ial Calendar was the tenth annual s & :? r f ''
ball given by the Theta Ribbon So- .W bgtwr
:ciety, Thursday evening, April 7th at ;.
Alachua Restaurant and J.unch Room i the Elks' Club, which was partici- //I
The
!pated in> by.a large contingent of the
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMENHall local society set, visiting young ladies
and gentlemen, and representatives
a Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot I' from the various fraternities of the
'GATOR BASKETBALL TEAM :
Galpesvil1eFlorid University of Florida. The hosts
: K. Jerremaisson C. Y. Byrd,M. Cohen. -
H.
eons 507 were easily distinguished by the red Top row I
1 ribbons they wore, and proved ideal Center: Brumby, Roland Moss, Truman Green.

.., ,., entertainers. Bottom row: Bill Ward, Bill Madison.
"; .,,' : The spacious ball room was attractively -- __ -- _J
decorated in the club color,
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red. In the center ceiling an over-
I IIII head dome design was charmingly '
made, while each end was decoratedin t .
IS THE OFFICIAL PHOT0GRAPHhRm streamers festooned in canopy ef DORAN'S BICYCLE SHOP 'I
OF FLORIDA fect. The side walls were covered
ARABLE UNIVERSITY
FOR THE i East Main\ Street ,
with various fraternity and college
FOR BICYCLES ACCESSORIES and REPAIRS
I pennants, while the lighting' effect
produced the chosen color tone, -
4 .i i' ._ '" which radiated over the lovely assem- t I
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,. .J ...i-:1:, An ice course was served at the .......,..
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midnight hour, during which time f
While in i" Jacksonville the Theta "Rats" .entertained the I
guests by various forms of amuse i::1 1
GO T ( ments. GREENLEAF CROSBY COMPANY

Beautiful selections were renderedby I J "Noted for Quality"Diamonds.
the Hartzell's Jazz orchestra and t !
\ served throughout the
0 :9(4nkoItjin I punch evening.was ( Fine tewelry China, Cut Glass and Silverware

The patrons and patronesses were:, *> !
I. ba. and Mrs. Farr, Dean and Mrs. 101 West Ray Street Jacksonville Fla.
; Trusler, Dr. arid Mrs. C. L. I.
Harry S:*.|pctjon Packages; Sent on Request
Crow, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stringfellow (lass Pine, Rings, :Medals, Trophies.
P\1.r\B'lr, Prof. and Mrs. Cody, and Mr.
Tr: tJ'l"R&, ) ) '--" 1 ,, .- ___....JtJ1lTeltfti and Mrs Knight.A. .

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of the -. ---- -- --- ----- --- -
The Alpha Omega Chapter
I JOHNSON'S PHARMACY
Tau Omega fraternity was the
Alpha 1 Medicines Toilet and Rubber Goods
Drugs, Stationery,
We Do Our Own L host at an informal dance Friday
f We Guarantee Personal Attention to Prescription
afternoon, April 8th. Only Purest Drugs Used. Low Prices. Quality Guaranteed'
'NoH.C.Oloes ? Delay.. Dancing was enjoyed until 7 o'clock |J Gainesville, Florida. I
-'- .
Hart-
; and music was furnished by

.;; : zell's Jazz orchestra. .... .... ....
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Serpent Ribbon Society Dance.
The Elks Club was the scene of a Ici Cccciets trc ) ( cne 1 U the
Opticians Florida delightful sight Friday evening,
April 8th, when the young men of the A. C. L. GNCH'R I
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Society
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I,1,1 I II t t.r annual The high formal ceilings hop. of the dance hall I One Door North \ C. L. Depot

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streamers and the shaded lights cast - ,

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> star shaped light hung suspended,
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Refreshment ParL< reflecting the over-head colors. A I AUTO SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES 1.
: ; I huge symbolic serpent crept along I
the wall in a life-like manner.
: Complete Line of Fraternity Stationery, c t Miss Alice Tucker of Jacksonville,I GOODYEAR and AJAX ;

Candies'andTobaccoes of allKinds dancing with Mr. Crom Anderson, led:' TIRES AND TUBESSAVESERVESATISFY t ;
I the.grand march. Miss Tucker was t -:.
attractively gowned in a girlish model t 4 't

. Courtesy Service and Strictly Sanitary :' I of pink satin. The hosts of the Serpent Gainesville Auto Supply CompanyI .
1 club wore green ribbons and the :
, t I members of the orchestra wore striking t {
coats of green to harmonize with
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The Dramatic Club of Southern j
:, r' Official Publication of Student Body of University of Florida recently presented the one- \
J. I :T Office and Press: Basement Language. Hall. act College comedy "Ze Modern England,", !I You can't beat these values;

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which was a wonderful success j*
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STAFF to this week's Southern. i y; -
:. HERBERT FORD EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The Alligator wishes to compliment j! 'Ve're cleaning our odd suits unsold-t L lIey'ye Hart Scatai!
TRUMAN GREEN MANAGING EDITOR the Southern Dramatists upon their} ffi Mark finest suitsap for this hall, purcna;(>-models. ,?.touts.j' g f
t i HORACE LOOMIS .-?..__. -_ ASST. MANAGING EDITOR ffi regulars and .tub->'ouz-g: men's and more eonsemtm K;
H. :M. FRIEDLANDER _, BUSINESS MANAGER first success. j' The..e clothe owl. more to tailor priced-: *

M. STEIN __ ASST. BUSINESS MANAGER .
I Every college in the State of Florida -,j I
has!! a weekly newspaper owned j to '
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R. B. HOSKINS HAROLD KLOCK MURRAY COHEN and published by the students except i 1 $32.50 $48.50

; GLOVER MILLER F. O. SPAIN, JR. PETE HARRI* Stetson and they run a page'in the ] ,
town paper every day. Some record
MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT for this State. FORMALLY.
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I B. O. SMITH A. T. MOORE I; ; -,** V' -e V to' :' *

Rollins continues' to turn out victorious $80
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1 Entered at Gainesville, Fla., postoffice as Second Class mail matter. im every aquatic meet in !!ifiw $57.50
which entered Why nota .
they have
Subscription: $UO.the year. .
I' meet with the 'Gator swimmersthis ifiw;

0' u .... ... u uU'u uu .. year? It. is beginning to look /
like the team will.not get to go to St.
I Pete for that tournament, so why
Who says the Track Meet was not a howling success? not a State aquatic meet with Stet- Wolf Brothers

Ii son, Florida, Rollins and Southern w
i Too much credit cannot be given Duval High for the splendid entered 1Considerable i i
i uphill fight made by their representatives on Fleming Field Sat- is i l, !:
urday. interest has been stim- !
TAMPA FLA
ulated in inter-fraternity athletics | ,
V J The Alligator thinks Bill Bivens and his "Forty-Eighters" are lately through the efforts of Dr. !
i due a vote of U- nks from the Student Body for their loyal and Manchester director of minor sports.Dr. !x
devoted work in promoting the carnival. Nothing contributedmore Manchester has started a tennis x
towards the success of the Track Meet than this enterprise. tournament and also a baseball.league_$
among the six fraternities on the nra
Many complaints were voiced on Fleming Field Saturday eve- campus. All of the men are responding -
ning concerning the present system of giving the winner of the readily and from the pep and enthusiasm -
Declamation Contest five points towards the loving cup. The that has been shown so far i5 wp.tfltffisra
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concensus of opinion is that the winner of the relay race should the games should be very successfulthis
be given the five points instead. Fortunately, this system made year. !h 5

little difference in the final results Saturday, for Duval High, by The matches that have been goingon w You Can I ead a Cork to Water but
winning the relay demonstrated far have attracted considerable
clearly their supremacy on the so *<
track. But in future years it might easily be possible for the attention. The Theta Chi's put it I Hi V Von\ Cannot Make, it Sink

I i best track team to lose the cup because of this faulty system. over the Pi Kappa Alpha's Wednes- *:9*.

i day in a close game of ball, winningby ; Don't let] 1 (tins suit value we are going to tell t ti
Owing to the non-arrival of the planes from Carlstrom Field, the score of 43The K. A's andS. 1-I
the pyrotechnic display was somewhat disapointing. But the A. E's have been succesful in their,,i you about float '*n your imagination on but let it

t good music and "nep" at the Military Ball more than made up for tennis matches so far, beating the jjj ink in yourmtud until you find out that seeing
this Pi and the '
; slight deficiency. Kappa Alpha's Sigma Nu's
f respectively. !!! |yc is believing. Al sent treatment wont get you one
The Managing Editor of the Games are being played right "
Alligator has a right to feel some- "
suits i inS
what "puffed up" following the. complimentary remarks made by along and the winners will meet in'' of th' \\oolKiscbatm flannel

1 I Red Davis in the Pepped Bo of the Times-Union. Red knowsa the next week or so in the finals to cither Dingle! or double br:sted style at $25 M -
good man when he sees one. (This contribution not made by determine the fraternity champions
the Managing Editor). for the year. i i-n* .i Se.l
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Hyers. of Tampa, did some pretty work in the Meet. We hope
he will decide to become a 'Gator when his High School days are AS SOMETHINGS ARE VIEWED E .; nett The Clothier

over. -:;:-. I J
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; 4 The Military Field Meet was interesting as well as instructive I read in the Gainesville paper
t and caused many favorable Comments by members of the visiting t'other day whar they' war goin to :r A- 1't1fr11fi'frrfi
V teams. One credit should be criven Major Ward and hisstaff for hev a track meet there. I decidedto

i their untiring efforts. go. So I hitched up and drove inI 5 !
,I #. went out to the place whar it wuz I
Fort Lauderdale proved to be the "dark horse" of the Meet, to happen, but I didn't see anything TARR FURNITURE CO., Inc I
f and gave Duval High a run for their money. Had it not been wrong with, the track. It met per- !
for the inJury sustained by their diminutive runner, the final ref ctIy. There was a crowd around Tampa :
suIts might have been ,
quite different.
though, so I decided to stay awhile.
r Purty soon a hul lot of fellers come Sales Agents For
i I out with nuthin' on but their B-., V. Borg
Berkey and Sectional
D's. I was sorter shocked, but no one Gay Furniture, Globe Wernicke

\ 3l l Hillsborough High made no alibi but from various sources, we seemed to mind, so I didn't say Cases, Aeolian, Vocation, Pathe Phonopragph, NapaneeKij
hear that Powell, their best sprinter and point-gainer, was un- nuthin/ After while reveal fellers I p.ard
able to make the trip. lined up on the track like they wuz chen Cabinets, Belding Hall Refrigerators, Aerolux <

r goin' foolin to do somethin.; While they Shades, Premo-Eclipse Gas Ranges, Domestic Science Frt}
were around there
a man shota
B less Cookstoves "RestwdT Beds
Robinson
1 : The "shirt tail" pistul and it scared them Rodgers
parade Tuesday night, following Florida's vic guys so
I f tory over Furman, shows that the Student Body is not entirely bad they nearly broke their necks i Office Furniture, Floor Coverings, Draperies, ChiP *
; devoid of College spirit. Show it further, fellows, by extending a gettin'away.. They stretched a stringout 'fi
T bp.artyvelcome to our baseball tossers upon their arrival. in front of them and stopped 7* Glassware, Window Shades, Awnings.
them, telin' urn it wuz alright, he *
didn't mean nuthin' by shootin' like

:l ---1 i I that. After while a guy told me they isaKsafisanfiasHffifiaawsasfiHB! !fihYi! $
Notice is given in other columns of the election of members to" were racin'.fur a cup. I didn't see
the Alligator Staff .any cup, but I reckon it -
1, next year. It is hoped that many contestants wuz there --=:- -
t will announce their candidacy for these important positions. :alright. They warn't satisfied with
the fellers runnin' themselves ol I I,
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1 I ............................... fences in their way, so they couldntgo WILSON 4'/
near so fast. They had several
.; i other interestm" events thar, too. One W1 --.-Service
AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY guy got out there and danced around

while and then threw a tin plate
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AND SHINE PARLOR fur he ss"GAINESVILLE'S
i as could. Nuther one th FOREMOST SHOPPING CE
said was puttin the shot, but he didn't
i have no place to put some shot,"if he I
Geo-
Tampas and Louis
Eliades Proprietors ,hed any and all he had Featuring
wuz a iron
115 West Main
Street North-Phone
139. :
'i ball, which he juggled
around aom
O.K.Weatherwax e.
Agents
> Gainwrillt Franklin Florida T.West, I enjoyed the hul thing emensely even Everything That a Good Department Store ShouU
if I didn't get to
see um make the
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HAVE WRITTEN POEMS A. -
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to have them revised Standard and Popular
care FLORIDA BARBER SHOP
|D9 yon SHORTHAND SYSTEMIN JACKSONVILLE
eocstrnctjively critisided by suc- Music
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TEN EASY LESSONS For Students and Others
jjfol authors? If you do, thena SPORTING
:Shaves 20c. Haircuts 35c.HV. .
manuscript (stories, Pianos -
your This
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). We will critic easy GOODS Side: Sq :n. Gainesville
'lea, or poems which will enable the Student, Professor -

se, and to be place acceptable them for should publication.they Players Journalist, Doctor, Lawyer or COMPANY"The

ore anyone seeking a professional career, Novelty'Sui
actual for '
charge
i II'no our
mere Grands / to go thru life with 100 per cent effi Sportsman's Store"L. r
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ciency.
us1y enrolled with the advisory Piano TuningPhonographs THIS COURSEIs .& A.Outboard Motors tings I

moment of this association, wet 199 West flap rftret Plume 714 .
that you enclose the initialof given short with and inexpensive, and is They are the latest Creationsfor
1W- a money back guaranteeif
dollars, which we must ask
two a
not the well dressed
** "a? satisfied. man
r each new contributor. There is no Pathe
SEND THIS CLIPPING TODAY
for and Summerwear.
didonal expenie, no future obligaj Spring
PYRAMID
Burnswick PRESS: PUBLISHERS S H 0E. S
1416 Broadway, .
j it most be realized that we can onlyof New York City,

aid to those of serious Intent.you Gentlemen: Enclosed herewith ij H B. M. TENCH II Price rom $25 to $60

do mean to strive for literarywe HenryWolf's $5 for which kindly send me your

can help you in many shorthand course in ten easy lessons Nick Daxnatc
Oar services are yours until by mail. It is understood that at the O Gainesville, 0

tore actually succeeded ,in mal Music Co. end of five days, I am not satisfies

at least one of your manu. my money will be gladly refunded. E Florida E Cleaning Pressing and Altering:

Send something today! Name ...... .s. 12 IE. Union St.

I PltIe enclose return postage with 319 E. Main. St. Street ...._..._..?,.
communications. City and StateOOCXDCXDOOOOCOnr S H 0 E S Phone 511
NATIONAL LITERARY
ASSOCIATION
131 W. 39th St. Baird Hardware Co. mococc Oo See Vidal Drug Company The
Lyric
W. S. DORSEY & CO.
New York City "'or Drugs, Stationery Toilet!
idrisory Department SPORTING GOODS Everything in GroceriesFor
Goodness Sake Drink Articles, Candies

DORSEY'S DELIGHT COFFEEJ.S.BODIFORD Souvenir Cards, Waterman Pens The Home I.
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Carry Your Old Hat to -:- '

mw YORK HAT CLEANERSto & COMPANYDRUGGISTS
OF
have them .:
rhone 7 Gainesville Fla -
caned, Blocked and Made New ELECTRIC SUPPLY .-
Candy, Confectionery and ELECTRIC: SHOE REPAIRDEPARTMENT

Cigar Store in Connection l EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL
Imported Greek Candy, TSc. lb. FCOMPANYLASHLIGHTS Good Pictures

M. BLIZIOTES, Prop. I
JOS. J. SEYKORA
tit Mala Street Next A. c.la SHOE SHINE PARLOR I

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Phoue 167 Gainesville, FloridaJ. LOCALS.
j LAMP S SHADES

STORE W. McCOLLUM & CO.
DRUGGISTSThe Many of the Alumni were presentat
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NORAH Rexall Store the Track Meet festivities.*Among
,
"dOES When you need anything: dt"C
H. F. Bache,
Agents for I those we noticed were
Liggetts and Norris' Candies | trical, drop in and +.-e h' Joe Scofield, Jim Sparkman, Jack
Satisfaction Guaranteed
ART and GIFT SHOP Gainesville Florida' 512 East Main Strt lrl "h.mt t Goldsby.

Maker of Picture Frame South Side Square i Messrs- Eugene Jones and Check

Byrd have gone to the Legislature.
-- -- Richard Knight and Pete Harris
were paid visits by their mothers and

fathers last week-end.
Otis Green and his mighty Stuti

were topics of interest in the Pepper
When In Jacksonvill
: Box last Sunday, with Truman Greenas

'head liner.If j
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Mr. Rhodes from Ft. Lauderdale

I broke the record for a mile, barefooted
; hate to
-'it- -< on a cinder track, we
1 think what he would have done witf
TK. Store nttommeaauv .
his feet padded.Mr.
: Irvine Williams constantly
: : Visit Store makes visits in the suburbs of Gaines.


,. villeWe indeed to note that
:. ; .. are sorry
!rtKe t, heart of Jacksonville t Dr. Farr has whooping cough. '
Tootie Perry the second fatty Ar-
11;._' most closely present at
buckle, was
FORMEN'S Track Meet with provisions and rein
: A LIVE STORE -- forcements.Joe .
.
( Dalton continues to see that '
the University City is well suppliedwith

tobacco.
.. WEAR :T' : Capt. Hubbard is well versed on

; Chautauqua now. He visited their

I tent every night,but not for the show.

CaptPfeiffer is a regular old night
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owl now. He is learning to be mnightwatchmari

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Probably Did. 'Truman Green ]baa
5 + + + t* + +' 5 + + shower on the heads of the happy joke-Do) you see thepoint i royal order of the
NORTHWESTERN telling
I He ( I "BealeQ
throng. 1 i Red Cloak!"
'. : SOCIETY : The guests of the evening were the She-If it is what I think it is, I -
t i I Northwestern University Law + BY T. F. WEST, Jr. + young dancing set and visitors. Act don't and you're.no gentleman.- ---
School. t ing as chaperones were: Dr. and Mrs. Prof. Reed had a
(The oldest,.Law School in Chicago) Trusler, Wampus. other
Farr, Dean and Mrs. Harry day and
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i 4J' -- Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Crow, Mr. and -- .---- ------ -- the recipient of many k
Summer Session from Monday, June Mrs. Morgan, Mr. and Mrs Burnett, among which
Contin ued from 3 Adair Anderson wag a ? '
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i I .20 to Saturday, August 20. page Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. J. Weedon, president; not valued for
f Fall .term begins Monday, September were embellished with strips of greenon D. Stringfellow, Professor and Mrs.D. vice president; D. F. Christiance, ;'.., Mt'mies its gnat
it
a white back ground and adorned and Eugene Carpenter, brings
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26. M. Cody, Lt. and Mrs. Atkinson. treasurer Ill48" -
: I r Candidates for a degree are required -with the,Serpent seals. Officers of the club include F. K. secretary. I club,
c to present proof of satisfactory At 12 a salaft course was served.At -- ------
i completion of three of college a late hour as the strains of Home --
I study. years Sweet Home sounded overhead drap- lifaacfifflffi k #RS;! $8 !fiMa! 'il1JifiY! ; !fiF.! !fi! !

College graduates may complete eries were loosened and fell, a soft :n .
; the law course in three academic -
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i The Pepper Printing'Company samples and prices
were approved by the commencement committee. All ..."( .
the latest styles are offered and the prices are modest. : .
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.' I Orders for Cards Should be placed now Manhattan Shirts in all their splendor, exclusiveness and individuality.The .

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usual initative of the makers is again evident in the smart effects

Pepper Printing Co. which stamp Manhattan shirts as'a superior product.
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Solicits the business. College men, guaranteeing I into Jacksonville never think of going

i correct styles, high grade quality and workmanship !fiI back to school without stopping at least

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!! KNOX HATS'STETSON HATS: ,, ter's window., They generally take

'S HANAN SHOES, time to step in and take a close look-

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