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Title: The Florida alligator
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Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: April 22, 1921
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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Vol.) IX. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA GAINESVILLE
FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 19221. No. 27 _

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TOR BALL TEAM HAS FINE TRIP WITH ,HAVANA STARS JUNIORS WIN FIRST PLACE INTER-CLASS


GOOD RECORD CONSIDERING HANDICAPS TO PLAY T TEAM TRACK MEET LAST SATURDAY-FRESHES


UNDER WHICH THEY HAD TO PLAY AND SOPHS FINISHING SECOND AND THIRD

I -- HERE THIS WEEK( -

RWAouf Says That Florida ALL Arthur Sol lee, '2%. is Individual Star

g". One of the Best Hitting Ball ELECTIONS Again This Year With Four Firat
FAST CUBAN DUE I
Clubs in the South This Year- AGGREGATION MANY THANKS i Places to His Credit
FOR IS TOURING THIS COUNTRY 1 1i
YEAR FRIDAY -

LADE 22 HITS IN GAME -THOSE WHO AIDED DRIGGERS WINS PENTATHLON
WINNING 15-5 The Havana Stars, a fast Cuban STANLY SECOND
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V. GEO.
WITH WITH
WEEK IN CHAPEL' aggregation, will play the Y .M. C. A. I -
baseball team on Fleming Field WITH CARNIVAL Relay
op the Mile
Team Captured
fet! Practically Every Played i Class of 23
I Friday and Saturday, April 22 and 23. Straight Ynr-
Let in Runs Second
I Cbsfly Bobbles For the
Bit t AIIiJtat r. Athletic Association, Y. M.C. The Havana Stars come here with tYr* 3-5 Seconds.
tfy& Lost Games-Errors Due toAD Manajrement of First Annual University Time 4 Minutes, 8
A., Cabinet and Student Body reputation of having met some of Thanks
Extends -
Travel Carnival
Night Officers to be Elected.NOMINATIONS the best teams in the country- They: ; Make Track Meet which
to all Those Who Helped to The Inter-Class
are playing the State league teams Saturday afternoon,
ball players returned the Affair Success. was held on
The Gator MUST BE IN this week and will then leave for a a 16 by the Junior
won
their barnstorming April was
t week from BEFORE TUESDAY trip through the North. have The
of the southeastern States with I MAY 3d. They FINANCIAL REPORT WILL BE i Class with a total of 46 points.
ur games scheduled with most of the second place
record of MADE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE Freshman class won
i very creditable games Nominations for Student Body Officers larger; Northern colleges, as well as ? followed by the Sopho-
played with some of the best colleges I Must be in I few big league teams. i with 39 points Seniors with
I by Tuesday April i Are Available, with 38 and the /-
mores
Definite Figures
The entire team played No [
in the South- I 26th. as They Must be Published Admission! will be 25 cents for Neat Sum Arthur Sollee, of the Junior
I it is Thought That a 24-
But
well, in fact, Coach Hichbourg says in 'Gator.An students and 50 cents for outsider Proceeds of the individual star, with
that the Florida team this year is one I. The Y. M. C. A- team does not draw Was Derived From the class, was places or 20 points to his
first
of the heat hitting ball clubs in the j editor-in- hief," a managing from any student funds, but must the Carnival.______ i credit.fAnr Bill Bivens, Sophomore, won

South. On the trip every man except editor and a business manager for make expenses from prate receipts at I initial annual carnival put on first, two seconds and third in the
The a
two hit above .300, bringing the 1 its Therefore, it is necessary of 15 points.
Athletic games. Ito total
next year's Alligator, a new during the recent State High School Pentathlon, a
teaiii average above that mark. The charge the students a nominal consisting of five
I Board. Y. M. C. A. cabinet arid officers Track Meet under the direction of the ,i The Pentathlon
trouble encountered, however, It is believed broad jump
main of the student body are to be elected price of admission. 48** Club was a distinct success, events-100-yard dash, ,
with the long distance jumps will realize the importance and the mile
hat the students
came throw
i hour Fri of
at the regular chapel on viewed either from the standpoint discus, javelin
that they had to make in order to of their support at all i Friday afternoon,
day, Mav 6th. This date has been furnishing a gala occasion for the I I I run, was held on
day as they did- Some-! if the Y. M- C. A. team Senior, won first
play every home ,
games
elections account Driggers
t set for all of the on ,visitors students, and town people, April 15.
times this meant all night rides, with1 is to be a success. for his class.
Florida Athletic 10 points
of the constitution of the or from the more practical one, of finances. place and
games the next day, and no team can states that had won second place
Association which The booths and tands Stanly, Sophomore
show its best form under .such condi-1 the elections be held on the first Friday Fifth Game. attractive offerings, while the and 6 points; Bivens, Junior, won
tkms. The showing that they did A. H.. E- very 4 points, ar/d/ Green
made
1| ii May- The different organizations ude-shows and free exhibitions third place and
make even in the games which were have combined and one ballot Florida ?_........000..1 6 2 the entertainment program complete.It Freshman won fourth place and !2

lost, would be a credit to any ball .will be used which will facilitate N C. ._....--.3 7 4 was due to the collective efforts of I points. The Pentathlon is held to de-
team in the South. had been undefeated for that I all-round athletic ability
thin ITS considerably. This team many generous and willing people tprmine. the, .
Later ori in the season it is planned Nominations for the Alligator staff the season, and expected to win an the outcome was so pleasing, and in of the entries. '

to stage several games on Fleming must be turned in to Truman Green easy victory. This was the first recognition of this fact the manage Tn the javelin throw the might of
Field with Rollins and Stetson for the time the had played in which by much for their
before May 3rd. at which game that they ment of the carnival, represented th warriors was too ....n.fr.il .'
State title. ruminations will be closed in order'to they did not get a home run. TWO Bill Bivens, who was in charge, extends ; weapons. The onlyfavelhn 'tWo- A"'U"h1 -

The Summary of the games played allow the printers to prepare the I Iballots. of North Carolina's runs were scored I!' thanks to the following: were .broken.M 1)reventtnthp

on the trip is as follows on wild throws, due to a wet ball, as' Major Vff R.. Thomas and J. B. finish In this event.whi h wm,

The first game played was at Nominations for the Athletic Board' the game was played in a slow rain. Trimble who generously loaned three "owever. be run off verI Boon. The rbhth

Blicksburg Va., against the Virginia must bear the signature of ten men; Batteries: Florida Liddon and large tents. Jump waS worl by Russett,
Polytechnic Institute. The Jim Merrin C. Roseman and R>Mor and Dr. Thompson Jump of 8 feet ::1
and must be turned in to j Ward; N. Mr. ". M. Pepper Fre hman. with a
team arrived at after two days and light bulbs, Junior, and Mobley,
noon, before May 3d. A president ris. who kindly supplied .
and nights of travel and played that vice president, secretary and treasurer wires, flags decorations and other ..rutied Bunne11, Sophomore tbem, I Iettin

same afternoon. Bill Madison starred and four student representatives I Sixth Game I carr. val equipment. for second pla e, each of

with the stick, getting a home run. be elected. R. H. E- Mr. Leland, who loaned teams for one pottit.

R. H. E- are to vice-president, secretary Florida _....-..-......---.._.......3 12 5 hauling equipment. The list of the ev nts and the

Florida ._._4 9 4. A and president a treasurer are to be elected N. C. A- & E. ......................._...5 1 3 I The Board of Public Works of "uUs in eath ecent. is al fonows:

V. P. I. _.__._..,7 10 3 the Y. M. C. A. Nominations are i Batteries: Florida Hartman and Gainesville and especially Mr. Long. loo-vard dash-t_ _So11ee, Junior.
for ... "-
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to be turned over to.J. LIAimuuu '> Ward; N. C. ,1 who put in lighting 2* Leonard. l

In the second game, played against secretary, before May 3d. Smith. Major Ward and the Military Department I 3. Anderson1, Sophomore.

Washington and Lee, Florida encountered officers of the Student Body The 'Gators again completely ont- for furnishing a display of Time: 11 seconds.440yaTd .
The
some real hard luck. Blake Association to be elected at this time hit their opponents, but a bad handicap military fireworks, which proved to dash-t. Todd. Junior.

was badly hurt and had to be taken president, vice president and in the shape of cold weather was be a very attractive feature. 2. Shepard, Freshman. ,..

oat of the infield for a few day's rest are a ,and treasurer. Besides 1 i responsible for several costly errors Miss Jane Graham, who added so Stanly Sophomore.

This broke things up considerably. secretary officers a board of directors con i. which told the tale of Florida's de- much to the beauty of the kewpie Time: 57 2-5 seconds. Freshma.n.

However, the team fought hard and these of three students and two |l feat. Hartman pitched good ball doll booth by lending her own beauty Uigh hurdtes-t. Rambo,

kept in the lead up until the seventh sisting members is to be elected. allowing but seven scattered hits. she being dressed as a kewpis and 2. Duckworth, JuniOT.

inning. Ward featured, getting four faculty for these offices are to '- proving a wonderful drawing card. Cooper, Sophomore.

hits out of four trips to the plate- Nominations in to the secretary, W. G. Seventh Game Mrs. R. M. Swanson, Mrs- Margaret Time: 20 3-5 seconds.I .
R. H. E- be turned the date set for the R. H. E- Peeler, and Miss Alma Dixon, who run-1. King, Sophomore.

Florida ___'.._._._..4 11 7 Wells before nominations.As Florida .................__............__..10 12 5 dressed the kewpies in such stunnnig I Mile Btven JuniorI -
closing of the ... ._. ................8 9 3 Sophomore.
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W. &: L. ___.._____9 9 the custom every year Furman, .......,.... costumes. 3. Schabinger, onds. .
Batteries: Florida-Hartman, Wallace is organizations will no doubt Batteries: Florida-Wallace and Miss Jessie Bishop, who acted as Time: I) min. 41 3-5 s FTes'hman. -

Ward; W. & L. McCalum and various recommend certain men for office: So Ward; Furman, Padgett, Andrews judge punishing offenders by fines I I 220 yard dasn-* Leonard,

Grew _.. been only one such and. Lance.- and forfeitures for all kinds of mis 1
has -- *
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far free hitting -
Jtmior3
another
This was demeanors. 2. Todd,

The ,next day-the 'Gators moved I j ommerldation.staff of the Alligator have coiitest with Wallace pitching good And last but not least, the entire Rambo, Freshman.
of The Green, present The Furman runs were scored body Twentieth Century Club, 24 4-5 seconds.
Over to meet the Flying Cadets Truman ball. student Time: Sophomore.
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the Virginia Military Institute and recommended editor, for the position of from bobbles in the outfield. Wallace St. Martha's Guild, Woman's Guild, ,'B80-yard dash-I. <**,

the defeat that they handed the Virginia man ging struck out ten men. Hartman U. D. C-, School Improvement Asso' 2 Bivens. Junior3 -
editorinchtef.No been received star of the game U. arid( the townspeople ; Freshman.
boys will be remembered for along recommendations have was the batting ,ciation, B. Y. P. Bar .
time. Florida got 21 base hits, from the various other organizatiorls geting three bingles out of four trips i in general for making the Time: 2 win. 13'Cox 3-5 Bee.J.ow Sophomore.

among them four home runs, three on the campUS, but it is to the rubber. first annual U. of F. Carnival a surprising hurdles-t. .

triples, and fourteen singles. Ward. that the Y. 11. C. A. coun- The last game kith Mercer played I success.to 2. Rambo, Freshman.Freshman.
expected the field in &\ City park, was one of the I }{cMullen,
Central
of in
again hits out in 3.
featured with four its men The
the plate.
cil will put ever seen inMacon. I catch Wells at 2-5 see.2mile .
six Bracken attended I hardest fought games Time: 30
trips.Madison and JamOT.
twelfth
I short while. was scored on ame went on then until the ivens,
run run-t.
to the heavy work, Madison Not a Mercer registered another
counted when Sophomore.
inning
being
Sanders side, the tallies King,
sin Paige, either 2.
registering two homers and one ,
The
Barrow
Ward; V. M. *., and errors. Florida run and a victory. game Biatt, Sop'homore.
gle out of five trips to the bat, and Leech and Summers. on wild throws ten hard fought all the way through 3. 44 4-5 Bee.
getting was *
Ingram to
one
two U claw,
Bracken and two outhit Mercer Time: more
homer I ball and
getting one --- but could not make with Liddon pitching stellar relay-t. Sop
Ilnglea out of five tries. Florida. Fourth Game hits to their five, allowing but five scattered hits.R. One mile BunneU, Stanly)

Iaocked four pitchers to all corners R. H. E.2 them count for runs. and H. E- (Coleman, Cooper e1us.

the lot, no one being able to stop _. 11 7 Mercer scored in the first Florid1-'; Florida .._..__._...._..2 10 5 2. Fres'hman class.

them. Trinity Florida College ...6 5 4after fourth innings on the errors.ninth inning, Mercer ..._.._ 3 5 4 3. Junior. miA. 8 3-5 e.
R, H. "E- bobbles lost the game two runs came m attempt I Batteries: Florida Liddon and Time: & SoUee. Jumor.t .
Cosny wild in a
threw jump-to
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Florida 15 22 4,1 had pitched fine ball when Stone Ward; Mercer, Swain and Smith. Broad 6 >
V. H. L: _5) 8 5 Hartman --. --, ;:.;:.-- _. : ((ttlt! trr"
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Love Is Blind* A North Carolina doctor inclined to Pete Rogers and Chas, Morgan are ,

r Her face ia not her fortune; I be1' mindful of other people's business, ardent visitors of the Weaker Sex la: "MiKADO" Pencil No.71
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I' Her form a Ford would fill; was riding along a country road He following Red Curtiss'es steps. <

k But she's a moonshiner's' daughter, drew up where a farmer was husking If you want to know how the Law-
; I vow I love her stilL-Exchange. grain in a field. yers won the debate, ask Jim Franklin i-
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1 Doc-"You are gathering yellow ,
Dreamily-Dear, is my hair in your.. corm" Nig Hurter knows all the evils of For Sale "'HOU' Dealer V:ads m five; 1>04"

i I. way? Farmer "Yes, sir, planted that:I pop calling on, other than Sunday I ASK FOR THE YELLOW EAGLE PENCIL MIKADO WITH THE KID BAND .

Muffled You said a mouthful!- kind." '. nights. I

I Purple Cow. Doev-"Won't get more than half a Some of the U. of F students have i EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY' NEW YOR ;
made a discovery along medical lines.I Ii. ***

\ crop? i i. e. ptomaine poison may come from -' ...> .......-
U. S. Naval Academy-Annapolis Farmer-"Don't expect to. Planted I .34 lI..: : i
goods. -
I has recently received an appropriation bottled "
j r it on half'shares." V New books in the library "How to : -j ,
of $200,000 for the construction I ;
Doc-"You must be mighty near a Get Out of Drill," by T. P G. : '
; of a swimming pool. This pJ'olwill f b QI" IN
I fool." When/ a man is hurrying across .
be one of the largest in the world, the don't stop him to meet '
Farmer-"Yes, sir; only a fence campus \ .
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and will have a seating capacity of your best girl. He may be after one .
between us.'"-Tartan- I t OTTO F: STOCKif
3,000 people.-U. of N. Sagebrush. him self. \ .-

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A Good Place to Eat + pha The Tau Alpha Omega Omega entertained Chapter of Al- R. COX, Proprietor. :
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Phone 86.
smoker at their fraternity home last :
+ Thursday evening, April '14th. .

Nin' '000. ....000000..f0...00000. The entertainment as it -was a was regular one of get-to-merriment .- --. ;:- .,..=--- -,- '':::1

::. ;- -- .t.. gether meeting of the active members 100000000.0000000.,....... ... .
I and Alumni of Gainesville. Hon 0 .
[ V 1:111 Restaurant and Lunch Room Julian J. Jones, Province Chief, was t
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FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Various forms of amusement were SPORTING GOODS
.1 enjoyed during the evening. The 0 f
Half a Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot I I A. T. O. orchestra furnished
somegood : Foot Ball BaseBall Lawn Tennis
Ht (t(' GainesvilleFlorid music, while a general good
time was the predominating feature f Hardware of all Kinds.
I.of the evenin'g's entertainment. |
(Cigars cigarettes and ice.
cream 4
THE THOMAS COMPANY
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fraternity were the hosts at an
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'k -'_ -: :- ...-- ._ .,.. until o'clock.a late Dancing hour, ?was t which enjoyed "TOP: O'THETOWN"

DO BUSINESS WITH time the are hosts exchanged of having good-byes had a assuring good- t t Largest All Year Round Hotel

THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK time. *T.. _. In State r
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|"The New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2,000,000rarsifywYiWsssffiffiffiSffibnffiffiffiffiWffiw nished by, the Florida Five orchestra. ,.. Tampa Florida

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Modes of the Moment u E5o5 50 members were present in- t DORAN'S BICYCLE SHOPEast
I hiding the active members and .
Franklin Street -Tampa, Florid [ Alumni of this city. t Main Street
Hats-Clothing-Furnishings Dean Harry Trusler was toast- FOR BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES and REPAIRS .
ES2fCfanfffa MH ifiKmmmsssmessBmssssmgx! !fi! !fi! !fi! master, while the addresses of the occasion t t
were delivered by J. FS Hall, t
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While i in J. Jones, the guest of honor. ------ -- ...
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: I Moonlight Picnic- i.t i
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l __ affair of interest was a moonlight GREENLf & CROSBY COMPANY"Noted
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The party left town about 4:30, and I .
arriving at their destination many j Fine f Jewelry, China, Cut Glass and Silverware
I Ir1 forms of amusement were enjoyed.As 1

CoIjcnISroKjcrsNE the sun was sinking fast beh'td j 104 .West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.
the trees and the last rays of lint j
HUVDREO DV I P \. r'l r; were gleaming, the girls prepared an 1 Selection Packages Sent on Request
_If ..... ,, Class Pine, Rings, Medals, Trophies.
-.r = ......__x.- :.-1 old-time picnic supper, which was enjoyed I
by all. By the time of finishing -
ayes!: Tried Classes y ife-d I the shades of night had fell, so J,
the return trip was made during the --- --- -. -
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Do Our Own o L Those making up the congenial JOHNSON'S PHARMACY
'No party were: Misses Jessie Thompson, I Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods
Delay Rerfe Muriel. Ola Hiatt, Aubrey ( We Guarantee Personal Attention to Prescription I
Thompson, Vera Hiatt, Laura Thompson Only Purest Drugs Used. Low Prices. Quality Guaranteed
and E'oise Ramsey; Messrs. C. H. I Gainesville, Florida.
R.O.Ooe&flj & Son Nichols, Stewart, H S. Wilson, C. R. I f I II
and H. Davis.
Hiatt, McAlexander --- I f
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The University Track Team was tic ( r <

-.- ... .... ...... ... ..- .... .- the host at a Script Saturday Dance given evening.in CHI\R I
r the Elks' Club last A. C. L.
I I II II i The evening was ideal for dancing, .
of the light fantastic
the tripping
so One Door.North A. C. L. Depot
I was participated in until the midnight.

I THE BON TON'S : hour.During the big intermission ht-the ------ .-.. - -- -- -
IS track medals were presented to the '
in the
events
winners of the various

Refreshment Part,,), t, inter-class Punch was meet.served throughout theM AUTO SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES II :

Complete Line of Fraternity Stationery I M I evening, and beautiful selections Orchestra.were
rendered by the Universty
Candies'andTobaccoes of allKinds. t I GOODYEAR and AJAX
t t Shine Brightly, Sweet Sunshine TIRES AND TUBESSAVESERVESATISFY I

Courtesy, Service and Strictly Sanitary t t 0 Fashion! listen to the men, I I I It

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: LECTURE ON UvITAIIXES"HEARD g! :a.; i$
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR BY FLINT CHEM. j ifiifi!*.

Official Publication of Student Body of University of FloridaOffice favoredby ; :.
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The Chemical Society was
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t \ and Press: Basement Language Hall. a most instructive lecture by D!'. You co't boat these values:

Leight at last meeting, Wednesday, g .
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the sixth. Dr. Leigh covered the
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HERBERT FORD ......_-...._..___1___ EDITORINCHIEFL I the different i odd suits i unsold-they've Hart
r subject in most of its phases; ifi .We're cleaning cp our Scal&et
-TRUMAN GREEN J:..__ MANAGING EDITORASST. kinds of vitamines, where they E: Mark finest suits (or this! fan.s. parch86e--models, "?oUtc
HORACE LOOMIS MANAGING EDITOR the : and stubs---y oung men's aid more ",
and
found their functions regulars tIlt:
are
f H. M. FRIEDLANDER _. BUSINESS MANAGER\ their y-: Thwse! clothe, cosi more to tailor, ptieed-
conditions brought about by aby
s. Ji STEIN ._. _,.L._. ASST.. BUSINESS MANAGERR. serce from food/The subject of vita- if .

Fs mines is a comparatively new de- ]
B. HOSKINS HAROLD KLOCK MURRAY COHEN velopment in the science of nutrition L 1 $32.50 to $48,50
I I GLOVER MILLER F. O. SPAIN, JR. PETE HARRI-; and offers a fertile field for the "

physical chemists. Vitamines are the Hi r;
/ \ MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT substances which produce health and gJ .:- FORMALLY;
B. O. SMITH A. T. MOORE, growth in the body. arid< are there-= ". :*. .

fore of most vital consideration. AH if "-. .' to $80M
ifi $57.:.0-
Entered. at Gainesville, Fla., postoffice as Second Class mail matter. who attended the meeting were bene- |
/ fitted by it and learned much for J 11Fi
Subscription: $1.50 the year.; !:j t .
their own good.. Programs of this !ifi:i t

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MAN WANTED. !J Wolf Brothersl

AG. CLUB. jfi!
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Wanted A ,
man for hard work and rapid promotion; a man IK
who can find things to be done without the help of a manager. The Ag. Club met Monday night, j
and three assistants. April 11, and enjoyed an unusually tfj. FLAW

.. A man who gets to work on time in the morning and does not good program. The first orator of pi ,
imperil the lives of others in an attempt to'be first out of the the evening was Mr. Odom, who ,
at night. rc office spoke learnedly on the subject "Shall k 9!

c A man who is neat in appearance and does not ,sulk for an I Alabama Acquire Northwest Florida." 1,.
hours overtime in emergencies.A He gave some very good reasons whyit -J
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man who listens carefully when he is spoken to and asks would be to the advantage of Ala) i S
j only enough questions to insure the bama to accomplish this and then
accurate carryingout\ of instructions taking the opposite side.proved that I *W** : Rts !F. !hy;! !: !fi ;;! Y1 Yi '

I A man who moves quickly and makes as little noise as possibleabout such a move would be a serious loss s
I it. to our own State. The subject was !
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A man who looks you straight in the eye and tells the truthevery well developed, being instructive, as g fift!f
fi Can 1 ead Cork to Water but
t time.A \ well as entertaining. ,i ;, a
man who does not pity himself for having to work. x*+" Mr. L. C. Duportt followed with a r Vim Cannot Make it Sink

A man who is'* cheerful, courteous to everyone and determined 1 very interesting description tot the I i
to "make good." ,city of Bombay, portraying the bean ,rT;
A who / of the city and telling about con-I Cen't let this suit value \\e are going:to tell
man when he does not know, says, "I don't know," and ty f 1"
when he is asked ditions as they exist in that city, and :;:;
to do anything says, "I'll try. I p: ou about Hoot (-n your imagination on but let it
A man who does not n:ake th! same mistake twice, who is throughout India. He told of a few
a goody-goody, a prig, or a car, but who does the very best no he tof his adventures there, and spoke .Jj i!. sink in your uimd until you find%out that seeing
knows how with of the dress, or rather, lack of dress, '
task entrusted
to him. .
every is hcJi] ,ing. AI I :sent; treatment wont get you one
This man is wanted everywhere. Age or lack of experience worn by those people. He had us to if* fof < .
.. do not count. There isn't any limit, except his own ambition believe that their costumes were al-. th!se all u'ocl hiss ba im flannel suits i neither
I I to the number or the size of the jobs he can get. lIe is wanted I most as scanty as those worn by our !+.
in every big business from Maine\ to California-Ex. own fashionable members of the fair :fi single: or double br. sled style at $25 ,

.'sex."Winter I I |
Trucking in Dade County"was [ Nu i SeJ

a subject ably developed T>y Mri
I "GETTING BY." Ormsby. He cited a special example i|? Enett The Clothier
of a man who came to this State with
i A fault which is all too common among college students as well small capital and by winter trucking "-

as among others and which ?s insidious in .its nature, is the desire was able to make himself financially *:' :;i ffiiffiffifHBMffiffiffira!: !: ! Y1 !fi! !.hYi!
to "get by" and nothing more. independent. This showed what could

A common form of conversation: on the campus is the putting! be done by a man of industry and intelligence :1'r ;5j$!fiffiiffiSSWffiffiffiffi! !: !: !fii! f ...
to an individual the question to how he is progressing! along a' if he determines on the
J certain line, and the answer that he is "getting by" and that business of trucking in Dade, county. !yj!fi
that is all he is interested in, anyway Particularly '*oes this a'..- Mr. H. L. Wilson talked on the !:
ply to the passing of scholastic courses. An alarmingly large !possibilities of strawberry growing a: jj TARR FURNITURE CO., Inc.
number of students are entirely serene and perfectly satisfied if a money crop throughout the Stateh
they are receiving a mark which is barely passing, and which ei- in general and at Stark and Plant jtfj!!: Tampa, 1
ables them to put up an appearance of respectability as far as 'City in particular. He dwelled on the in "'
their school work is concerned. i1 methods employed at Stark \yhere R Sales Agents For t
Habits formed in college are not easily shaken off in after life,I I'quantities of strawberries are grown ui I
and if there is any one thing which dooms one to defeat in the:i I every year, where $500.00 per acre is FJ Berkey and Gay Fui-niture, Globe Wernicke Sectional Bob't I

business and"professional= world it is satisfaction with merely.only an average return for the crop. SHe Cases, Aeolian, Vocation, Pathe Phonopragph, NapaneeHS t
"getting by. Daily Texan. t revealed his ambition of some day x
producing berries in such quantities !15: chen Cabinets, Belding Hall Refrigerators, Aerolux 1 porct

that they should be present on the !Si Shades, Premo-Eclipse Gas Ranges Domestic Science Fi*
table of the mess hall for Sunday -5 less Cookstoves, Robinson Rodgers "RestwelT Beds
\ The man who obeys the Honor System merely because the regu- dinner. 'Tis a worth while ambition; !fi j t
lations require it of him, fails to appreciate the great underlying!may it soon be realized.; : vfj Office Furniture, Floor Coverings, Draperies, China 1 t
principle which the system was established to promote. To in-1{i The coming debate with the Lawyers !Un Glassware
culcate in every man the spirit of honor, both to himself and to: was discussed and their downfall -1 5 Window Shades, Awnings. I
his fellow man, is the purpose of its foundation. The man who planrfed. While we realize that IT
defeats this purpose injures himself most-The Gamecock. the Lawyers have a strong team and r"; 1
will give us a good fight we believe! i ri ffiifiifiifiifiiSifiifiifiiSffiffiififfiHiinffiffilfi.1!: !: !: !: !:fi
,. that against our team their chances'
, are small. Dr. Turlington ad-'
gave
.... + v + Q + 9 vice to the debaters gleaned from ob-

; : servation of passed debates which.

I AMERICAN( SHOE !!: if followed, will help bring victory '
REPAIR
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F AND SHINE PARLOR | I next business week., the club adjourned until,t tI .--Service

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115 West Main Street North .Phore 139. 5 He squeezed her in the dark and 'GAINESVILLE'S FOREMOST SHOPPING CENT&! I

O.K.Weatherwax Agents Franklin T.West ? (I kissed her, .
: Gainesville Florida Y l And for a moment bliss was his. i .
j "Excuse me," he said, "I thought' Featuring

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Instructively critisiced by suc- Music 1 SHORTHAND. IN SYSTEM JACKSONVILLESPORTING FLORIDA BARBER SHOP
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authors? If you do. then j ) EASY LESSONS, For Students and Others '
manuscript (stories, -' f' -'
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your This Shaves
course 20c. Haircuts 35c.
W We will criti- s covers ten easy lessons ,
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or poems which will enaK'e the Student GOODSCOl1PANY West i>..!c :v.a:. Gainesville
Place them should they Professor

't.\1to id be acceptable) for publication. Plavers .*t._ Journalist, Doctor, Lawyer or

is no actual charge for our Grands '/? .:- { anyone seeking a professional career' NoveltySuitings
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'' U, however, you hive not with 100 pei esntprti. "The Sport=man's Store"I
!\ ciency. .
kmsly enrolled with the advisory Piano tuning:" v "- THIS *.& A. Outboard Motor*
COURSEIs
!sect, of this association, we > short and ..:'*V.* 8t. street ti me 7 IS
1 that you enclose the initial Phonographs _,},<- inexpensive and is

two dollars, which we must ask : given with a money back guarantee They are the latest Creationsfor
of if
not
I ji( peso contributor. There is no Pathe satisfied. l --' the well dressed man
SEND '
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tionaJ expense, no future obliga- PYRAMID I for Spring and Summerwear.
Burnsvvick PRESS: PUBLISHERS S H O E SIt
ii 1416 Broadway
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realized that
be we can only
mast
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of aid do meaD to those to strive of serious for literary intent. Henry WaIf's Gentlemen: -, Enclosed herewith i* :':,,B. M.. TENCH IJ Price 'rom $25 to $60 \ -
IOU $5 for which
kindly send me your
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we can help you many *
t shorthand course in ten
Oar MTvices are yours until easy lessons O Nick Damatc/
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by mail. It is understood that at-the Gainesville, 0
succeeded in Music
,ban actually mat Co.
end of five days, I am not satisfied
least one of
at your manu
my money will be gladly refunded.

ijgi. Send something today! Name __.._..!._...__..__ fB f Florida E Cleaning Pressing and Altering -
pjiae! erclose: return postage with 319 E. Main St. 121 E. Union St.
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T2Ory Department SPORTING GOODS Everything in GroceriesFor .

Goodness Sake Drink Articles, Candies !

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LAMP SHADES YORK UNIVERSITY
ORAH STORE J. W. McCOLLUM & CO.; .

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When need elee oE
anything
OVELTIES.ART Agents for I you E
',I trical, drop in and wee UrI Limited number .>..
and GIFT SHOP Satisfaction Guaranteed Liggetts and Norris' Candie* .
Maker of Gainesville Florida* I 512 East Main Strfiltr*,i *hDe 1' :i Service Fellowships \
Picture Fame South Side Square i $700-$800 f.

Class work in morning t' 1

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Partciulars write
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girl pretty as a royal flush, who ,...

I says "ain't"A ,, Dr. Norris A. Brlsco :f.,.

I Northwestern University Law famous preacher with a perfect Director--32- # Waverly Place-

The Phifer State Bank !' School.The poker face- .

( oldest Law School in Chicago) A gristle-necked old maid who New York City.

Strong Safe and AccommodatingTragedy. I ,, smokes a pipe. _. I ___- f
bartender who
An oily-nosed quotes
I Summer Session from Monday, June
I from the Koran. Geographical"Papa : ]
20 to Saturday, August 20. j
ham-handed athlete who likes
Fall term begins Monday, September -I. A
where is the Atoms?"
-- .. lemon in his tea.
26. (
Evolution.The for I j A red-headed spinster who writes "I don't know my boy. Do you
Candidates a degree are required
[;'l7sat on the steps at midnight, old-fashioned girl whose: call- to present proof of satisfa.I --- love poetry for a living. man Athens?"

I:*her love was not to his taste-- ers used to leave at 10 p. m., and who I tory completion of three years of col i A crag-faced man with a jaw like a "No", Atoms, the"place where every
'is? had the lights out at 10:30, now thing is blown to.
reac1 go
was just 36 inches, > lege study. I boulder. He is 'weak.
bile her' was a forth-two waist. has a daughter whose lights are College graduates may complete Voodo.. '
with
A hungry
pale woman
-Tester. turned out at 10, and whose callers !the law course In three academic I green
I eyes, who works in a shop- I "BoM Weavils have taken a firm
10:30.
arrive at ((27 months); for all others four %
Dial. I years ; A man who thinks all women love hold in my best: cotton patch," moans
Sun
months is
j academic years ((36 ) re-i I Wyche
Getzen. He is not absolutely -
The!first rural free delivery in thenif.ed quired. I himHe has eyes like a pig. sure but he suspects is the
I r Lawtey
States was established in r For bulletins and detailed infor-|I A wicked old man who ia forever I
I place of the origination of this I
peculiar
est Virginia in 1896.Corporal's I Described ,mation, address Secretary of the Law:: exclaiming, "God bless my soul. species.
: Northwestern University;, II ,
iA. Dick-What kind of a girl was j I IHelen's School A fat, slick, round-faced boy who :
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Building, 31 West Lake Street, Chi- t
visitor? : tries to buy his through life. The friends
way many of Pete Harris,
Ill.Hurry
squad
usually com- Dock-Well, I spent $11.85 on her cago, j(i
led Gf eight men, is the smallest she turned I A beetle-mouthed mathematicianwhose I I the "author of this 'collyum extend
and when we got home
onJ
in '
p the army.. the porch light. J Denny, the tourists are face comes to a climax at his their deepest sympathy in the I sickness -

#" -Sun Dial. :sacking up. nose.-Princeton Tiger. of his sister.

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Junior. + + ,4 + 444
Sollee
Pole vault-1. 1
selves popular with the fans. INTER-CLASS TRACK MEET 2. Farrell, Freshman.: .
r One *', All ominations for .
YMCABALLTEAM The "Y" team is chosen from the (Contiuued From Page ) i" 3. Green, Freshman. elections g ?
: ineligibles and second-stringers. It 2. McKey, Senior. Distance, 7 feet, 10 in::he3. Body must )be s

1 t LOST TO DAYTONA i. is a distinctly valuable asset to athletics 3. Leonard, Freshman.i inch. 1: Discus throw-I. Baker, Senior. **. in Tuesday to Secretary night. W.April C. 'WtIIa\, \
20 feet. 1 ;
at the University, because it Distance: 2. Gut, Sophomore.: ,
develops 'varsity material and encourages High jump-1Russsll, Freshman. 3. Driggers, Senior the By-Laws of the
i.; H OF STATE LEAGUE those who fail to make the 2. Sollee, Junior. Distance: 77 feat::! Body Association req ,t Ii
'Gator squad. Mobley, Freshman. threw-To be run of! publication of all nomiteea
Javelin t tr
: SecretaryVhite promises the boys Bunnell, Sophomore. .
# the Alligator one week
and his ---
Secretary Geo. E. White I --------- pit
other for he is ready to schedule Distance: 5 feet, 3 inches. --
Y. M. C. baseball team took a defeat games Senior. day of election, May 6th.
with any team in the StateAnd Shot put-1. Baker, Chapel Kid is all wrong.
the State Leagu Tho
from Daytona .1 *
with Richbourg and Bange back in 2' Vandcsrif, Junior. he has the Blue Dan-
outfit Saturday. Although the Islanders I :Come:; say that
,: won handily the "Y manager the game to strengthen the infield, 3. Scofield, Freshman. ubs Blues but he denies: it. + # +1 + TM + + 't,
inch.
; account of Distance: 35 feet 1-4
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