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 29, 1921
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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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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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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[ ._-- _..,..._-- FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1921.NOMINATIONS. No. 28 I' I
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,,reef, Dean Peter Henry Rolfs !Man !Making Highest a'i i
VritM of Brazil and Experiences Points Number of Florida Representatives -. t
During Put
>la the South American Country. lee' Four Years of Col Strong Fight in Both up a Student Body Association Nominations This Team Does Not Draw Upon the ''I
Including Volley
all Competitions to and Wrestling Ball Are Closed, But Others Will. Student Funds and Had to Charge :
Receive Cup.OVENCOTTER. But Wen :
fD FLORIDA MAN OF CLASS Defeated by More Experienced Be Received Until May 3rd. Admission for Games Played HereWith

? '1' DOWN IN TROPICS ALSO Men- Cubans.It .
is Interesting Picture of Connby OFFERS CUP THIS YEAR ORMSBY WON MATCH WITH AND MERRIN FOR PRESIDENTKeen is my personal opinion that all
ind Products MILLER Students Activities should keep the
Including Per- OF JAX WITH
To be Presented FALL Competition For all Offices With students informed as to their actions
Impressions of Brazil.BeHo as Soon
as Athletic
Association fan Determine the Only One of Florida Men to .1 I I Other Nominations Yet to be and expenditures, and wishing to set !
Horizonte. Member of Class of Match in Win Turned in Before Time for Elec the example, I beg to report to the f
Minas Geraes. 21 With Wrestling Bouts
Most -Gm> tions.
students of the University the !
expenditures -
Brazil, March Points to His Credit.In Him a Perfect Record for
18. 1921. Year ,
of the Y. M. C. A. ball
rhert G. Ford, !
Men nominated for office in Student team, to date: I
liter Florida Alligator order to boost track athletics at M76." Body: 2 doz. balls __.. _$40.29 I

4.sinesvfile Fla., the U. of F. there will be given each Although the 'Gator volley bail President.' 6 bats ,.._.. ..._..... ,,__..___ 6.17I i
Vr Pear AJ1intorTt :- I year be i H now fast two months since wet to the member of the Senior- <4*-<** short end of the score in ther I Tullie Hoyt Carlton To work grounds- ...__.._.... 3.00 ,
Gainesville, and It will take aboute having made the most points in tra"k matches with the Jax "Y" outfit last J. Velma Keen "j"j Window cards for Cuban! i

>e weeks more before this letter I'during the four years in school, T., L Friday,. t._ ..night.n1..J, ,their_ defeat.. is nothing j J. F. Merrin. games _.__.__..-w. 6,75
eet to you. Yesterdav's mail totaling these points all meets win V' i/e doimnifu OIl as tney strapped Vice President Double ads. for Daily Sun i

pit me a bunch of Allies tor's : be considered! inter-class, inter-mu- hard from start to finish, never 'con- J. F. Merrin '. and News ..__._._....... 6.9C
tine from Dee 3 to January 28, soS ;1"1\1." S T. A. A.. etc-, with the value.ofj ceedmg victory till it was worn -Tohn Sherman .
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see we have no February nrnnfr -j the noints depending upon the imponjance :- The volley ball match, which preceded i. William E. Thompson Total expenses to date __...$68.6S
vet. These Alligators were for-I of the meet as the Athletic 4s- the wrestling went to the business R. P Terry Amount received from the two :I

med to us by a friend. soeiation shall determine._ Tn this men, they getting three games Wm. J. Bivens. Cuban games __._.___..$98.00 t
JYra will be interested in our im-! wv the man who Is ersistent and -nd the U. of F. boys one. The Flor- Secretary and Treasurer. 70 per cent for Cuban team.$68.60 !

ons of Brazil. Naturally these'. enters everything he can will have a Ha sextet put uo a game fight and Roy B. Hoskins 30 per cent to Y. M C. A__$29.40 l

.re !rotten!' from the decks of the chance of winning out over a Tian did some good playing, but the greater :D. L. Leisher The Daytona bal club paid all expenses I

-ipiufimit steamer.! Huron. Shed who ray be more brilliant hot J"o'\t experience and team work of the"Y" Geo W. Milam of the Daytona trip. The Y I

the trip from New York to Wo as had and consistent a worker. I I aggregation proved to be too John S. Sherman :M. C. A. team does not draw from ;

!leis time than it has ever before Tbs spar the Owen-Cotter" .TewComnprv I much for them. Captain Andy Sim- J. R. Wells any student funds, though it is a

n recorded (there is >> of Tampa have mOt!!$ mons Hait, Williams and Davis did Members of Budget Committee part of the University, and should i
no !
it tin the high seas, the engineer I on :l", donated a large, beautH P."PT1E'j I good work on the University' side. Student members (3)- have .(ull publication of its actions. f
Captain Armstrong, was the Respectfully submitted,
f I Ms foot the P1'AVP,1 cnn to go to the man C. Y. Byrd
t It on accelerator and Plass, of 91. who has made the bi "Tios* shining light for the opposition. although Chas. D. Berry GEO F. VrfITE, "
! rt'IJUo harbor Is one of JtIJcit he .
sights nnTMhpr- of nointg in track dnriner thelist every man or the team show- (:eo. Milam Manager team. c-. ;
of the
world. It Is
at well ;nor vears This is indeedvalnnble a ed splendid ability in all departments Lance Richbourg ...-.
i I i ember t fnadeorjatelv described in the eift. and one which will b,. of the game. The serving and pas' John Sherman Harvard Has Pistol Trials. !!

rR! Rio issue of the Geoarranhlcsrfjie tr* n-ired bv the lucky recinient. The ing of the "Y* team was remarkably i. W. Scott. J
is a magnificent nlaI.s hash,>ss mer* of Tampa have takena good, very much better than was displayed Faculty Members (2)-) Members of the Crimson Field Ar-
.)" nestled in3 the vallevs of rreciT very active interest in promotion in the first game played here, Prof. Black. A. P. tilery Unit are receiving aiming and i

;s nronntains.in One would have t.') of .,n;.?p r sitv activities: and it !fll! honedt and the U. of F. squad put them over Dr. Loake, J. M- sighting drills in the uses of the U. f

*m> an airplane in order to see .},pir' efforts will result in much tm'/l_ in good form, the overhanirrg ropes Prof. Frazier. Rogers S. Army automatic pistol. The team, I

rity. Rtunondous ere'ineeri't A R soon as I" practicable the TT. and protruding edge of the indoor Prof. Reed, P. L. which will be chosen on the basis of I
, bas made it a great city. The of F. AthletiV Association will ornh- track spoiled several good ones. j I (Signed) target practice has already been I
role> Mifav trnni luxurv and make The lineup for the.first half of the
disr l-v challenged matches
be to by Pennsyl-
Ablv s--nre PUPS to put on W. G- WELLS,
* if their .
onportnnitv to best ad. the mpmbe game was as follows: rania, Yale Princeton Cornell and
to ,
* as an inertive spur Secretary: and Treasurer of Student
'f1'ore. The magnificent] boulevards f\-I .it"ro graduating classes to .' U 'of F. Jax "Y" !.I Body. West Point.-Pennsylvania. ..

r_".then__ .extensive__ plantings ofexceeds thpJ utmost toward securing th1' Simmons (c) _..__._._ Armstrong (c) j j I --, ..
-8 anything we have on as 1'.t'" npnt possessions. In f*"<1 Gunn __..._.............___ .._ Evan, '9 3 Nominations for Athletic Association Nominations signed by ten men

' N\rt1f'1'n Continent. way a r+an will know from the time Hait .__._......_..._____?, .._... Woolly President I will be accepted until Tuesday .nigh
Our first impressions! of tb< interior *p entP'' school just what CUT 1irpt ,,, w'11 Williams _.....---....----.-------..- Tur'->* A. N. Sollee 4s May 3, 1921.

..Pq. were gotten: from a car win- if TIP succeeds in leadirg big Davis ._--.........?.?....----,..hIIod-!- G. H, Hodges J. F. MERRIN,
. Thp trains ran UT the river v"t't class This. and other similar 1'1'\\V-, Thompson __.__,.____.._____.__.__...__" Haskn11 l l Vice President Secretary

, ascending the mountains erradn- mnnti_ will do wonders toward vn- Referee, Dr. Manchester; Jackson,, Jim Merrin ""-, !Men Nominated for Alligator Staff

" nntfl an elevation Is reached rf /.....>,,inpr interest in track athletics scorer. I E'Cretary.' Editor-in-Chief
!00\() trot Along' *. the last half Thompson, Davis,
, the railroad aret find in a few years old U. of T3 In T. H Carlton Truman Green
, fields of coffee plantations with nnld make herself heard from In and Williams were replaced by Cohen J. A. Winf.-ld Business Manager

' rows running up and down thIn > this field of sport. .. Scofield and Miller Members of BoardC. Pete Harris
'"tams. other places there are Tn the three wrestling bouts which Y. Byrd Harry Gordon '

'l'1t\fvf'! plantings of surer cane Stanford University Gets followed the U. of F. grapplers L. C. Richbourg Alex. White '

std in between the coffee row:, Famous Russian Library showed up in great form, readily dem Dick Stanley I Charlie Baker
' finds!! J to the "Y" mat artists that
' extensive plantings of corn onstrating W J. Bivens Managing Editor
"h I is! now rinenincr. Some of the The famous library of Professor j I they were far from beirg easv marks. Ruck Carlton < I I Harold Klock

rntafnt! are planted with, fens en- M.illiukov. the Russian historian, has I The light-heawweight bout came from Anderson I' Pete Harris
Iv fo the top. In- other cases en- been found bv Professor Holder of '! first on the wrestling program. Battle Raymond Coleman Glover Miller.

.natafns are given over to nas- I I Stanford University.The library will : taking on Williams of the "Y" Men Nominated for the Y. M. C- A. -
1 lands The"principal pastures I i become the propertY of th* This was a fast and peppv ten minutes -------- These nominees bear the endorsement

i is one crown In Florida under I I itv. since Professor t1niv'rs-1 of, mixing both men showinr net Cornwall in a few minutes of of the Y. M. C. A. Cabinet).

name If "molasses gra!*s." This lost the library when he plenty of aggressiveness ard desiroto I fast crrapplirg. For the first six or' President

5n crown at the Experiment ished from Russia bv the Bolshevist i pep things up. Neither man how- seven minutes Coleman set the pace' ; Lance RichbourgJ. .
ion' for the past several years.e *. promised Dr. Colder that Jtp I ever, succeeded in getting a faIt, and Betting several good holds which his FMerrin.. .
Principal! the decision was given to Williams ,on I I Vice President
breed of live stock is might have the library for Stanford opponent succeeded in breaking only '
zebu, Which Is used for meat, and aggressivenessThe after severe effort However, after Geo Stanly ,* *'f"-
as a draft I If he next event was the lightweightsetto H. C. Johnson. --
animal. They are big about eight minutes of wrestling -
"a1' !. slow In motion, and verve --J- between Ormsby of U. of F. Cornwall got a body scissors on the | SecretaryDan
They are the popular animal3rarf the train and saw us off" on our ,nnr"_ and Miller of the "Y.? This wasOrmsby's U of F. representative, which resulted Leisher.E. .
interior. He has grown match, all the way he being +
because of their resistance ne' to the in a fall. A. Clayton-
"* tick fever. ....Ti.h in manhood, but is the sam old on the offensive all the time and The wrestling matches and volleyball Treasurer .

"h h Rio, Embry, of '16. called F.mnTV that be was in his college' securing a fall in about seven minutes game were all clean and hard-', Tom Sale "
:'s at the His vivid descriptions of his after 'having come wither an the J. A. Winfield.
hotel, and it is needless davc. fought, both sides putting out I
'y that we had a regular, old rnSlnv experiences were thrilling and ace of pinning Miller several time! best they had, with the "Y" aggrega-J I Nominations for the Alligator, Y.
:ODed Florida visit. We reviewed entertaining. He holds a vei important before. Miller put up a game scrap tion reaping the results of greater ex- i 31. C. A- and the Athletic Association

t the old baseball games and en- position with the U. S. IVt and did his best to win, but the fast nerierce and training. With more .! will be receive by the various secretaries I

J many of the humorous and >arf'ent of Commerce. little 'Gator was too much for 'him. practice on the ,part of the U. of F. up to May 3rd when the names t ,
'1 scenes at the U. of FIn With best wishes for the continued. This gives Ormsby a perfect record ren there should be a different out- must be turned over to the printersfor

I believe we all forgot that we success of "The Alligator," I. am. as he has not lost a match so far come when they lock horns again. preparing the ballots. 1

I In Brazil. Mr. Embry came to Very truly yours, J In the middleweight bout, Coleman -

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She most promptly replied I subject "Conditions on Roman Farms blow out. The Ags. and the En-
"I would go, but my mother's' con I A. D. I.'* This was a subject of interest gineers with the Faculty of both colleges H'ft\
trary." especially to an agricultural and their wives, the Plant
_lub, for it offered a striking con- Board the Experiment. Station and '"
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No, Annabelle-, the; Masqui'raders: four days, and then pull the wool. off. year. + < $15.00 worth of pleasure for $9.29
Marufacturing of Palmetto Brusheswas
do not wear masks.
t .. an unusual subject, which was Teacher; "Some terrible things can L. O. Smithy

A man's ambition is to do things; well developed by Mr. L D. Stewart.We be caught from kissing." I 9.
learned that many brushes of var- Bobby: "Right! You ought to seethe .
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a to man --
"" --h ious kinds were manufactured from pvor fish my sister caught."- r -{

s r The last-aid ---sta.tion-tho- hock palmetto roots, making this palmettoroot Cornell Widow.BounderWhat. ._., .

F' shop. a thing of value in place of a

j --:...- valueless nuisance. are all those trunks i
U. OF MAXIMS :Mr.: J. W. Strickland gave a talk doing over there by the stage door? I ,.
or. "The Economic Importance of Rounder-Why those are the chorus
"M-76. Fish Off the South East Coast of girls' clothes. I f. THE: UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

It's a wise stude who can spot his Florida." He told of the importanceof Bounder-Let's go to another show. I J (
Prof.A the industry to the State and of -Brown Jug. j r .
certain kinds of fish found in abundance _____ .1 Basement Language Hall
zero to him who nothing thinks. in these waters which just ? See O. N. ; NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATION1
. A man's never broke till his friendsare. were Thirsty Boys Berg or .k t FRESHMAN U"
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It's better to have rolled 'em and .
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; "Bee Keeping in Florida," was world. Prof. Beck offers amusement -

allIt's the early bird that gets a cor-I given by Mr W. R. Phiel. He pointed by travels with a donkey in his I ; -;- 'W- r
-, ner in milk. i out some of ,the advantages thi l l class room.
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of last
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annual dance given Phone 86.
by the Stray Greeks at the Palm i!' 1 f

............................I Point The Country hosts of Club.this delightful occasion II | -"... -:;" "": .;- "";- -T-" ""'" ,'01'1

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r 1 : V iiti Restaurant and Lunch Room the dance an inevitable success ar.d *
proved to .
be ideal entertainment. j
FOR LADIES AND The club house C
GENTLEMEN was attractively ,. SPORTING GOODS
decorated in the club colors, the lights
Hall a Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot being covered with Japanese lanterns.

it GalnesvilleFloridI. The evenfcig's entertainment was : Foot Ball BaseBall / Lawn Tennis
by delightful informal-
+ Hardware of all Kinds.
ty, and
a general good time, which
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1'.r.: was enjoyed until the wee i
.. \1 small hours, at which time all exchanged -
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f T hosts of a pleasant evening. :
, Popular Goods at Popular Prices Fruit the evening punch was and served beautiful throughout selections ................................

atBURKHIM'S were rendered by John Icen- :_ .. --,- .-..'-___!... :J1 T .
1 hour's .Original University Jazz Orchestra

The patrons and
patronesses '
i were: Rote Hilsboro
Mr. and Mrs.
r Fletcher Burnett Prof.
... ... ... -- -- o -- iMr -- ... --.,:I and Mrs. Cody, Lieut. and Mrs., Atkinson !

4, -." .;,;: !< ... and Mr. and Mrs. Coles. "TOP O'MTOWN"
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Pi Kappa Alpha Pop Dance Largest All Year Round Hotel .
THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK ; The members of the Pi Kappa Al- In State
I feha fraternity were the hosts at an

"The New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2,000,000 nformal pop dance given i in their
Fraternity rooms last Saturday. eve I Tamf' FloridaDORAN'S

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-'ill Thore present were the local society

wara wraffiirc !Ii contingent, aided by numerous visit- ..... ., 'r'tA.I": i/ ;:::" .:' .
ing young ladies and gentlemen. ...
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DICK REID night hour. 1 .

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Attention, Baraca's. f BICYCLE SHOP
Franklin Street -Tampa, Florid [I The Baraca Class of the Methodist
i East Main Street
Hats-Clothing-Furnishings church will be the hosts at a banquet f
aRBWffiffiRHSRSKr !f fif! fififi! Yififififi! ! Yi! !li9i to be given Thursday evenir. ,j I| I.
May 5th, at the Epworth Hall. |J i

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Class::! are requested to be present. ,- -- ---------- ---

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GO TO number of the "White Light Celeb-I''I

q l rities" will journey to Worthington t o II GREENLEAF& CROSBY .
Springs to indulge in the enjoymentof j I COMPANY
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d the opening festivities of this popular "Noted for Quality"Diamonds
summer resort.
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Fine Jewelry, China, Cut Glass and Silverware
The University Quartet rendered a
( O tn 1Irofq eKE very pleasing program to the peopleof :
Hawthorne at the closing ex'-r- 104 West B"\ Street Jacksonville, Fla.

HUND1. ") I-D\ r\fEVr, cises of their public school last we?k. Selection Packages Sent on Request '

-r- '1:' j ,_..$-." .J The boys report as having a won- Class Pine, Rings, Medals, Trophies
-. derful time, especially enjoying the
Y. t
/NGp big picnic supper, and the hospitality ,
Glasses!! ted
'!'of the Hawthorne people.
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We Do Our Own UNIVERSITY SUMMER SCHOOL ..... ..... - -- ..... -- -..

Y I'ellYH.C.Coes Prospects fort SummerSchool' j Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods I
We Guarantee Personal to Prescription.
at the University of ,Florida are exceedingly J
Only Purest Drugs Used. Low Prices. Quality GuaramUed
good. Up jto the first ;f Gainesville, Florida. t .
about one-half of the available
& Soa April, I I

space in the dormitories had ... ....
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been reserved, and applications for
a reservations are coming in daily.
Gainesville Florida
or n Opticians Last summer there was an enrollment Itl CtCCttll lit I lift Ch) l JC lit}

-- ............ ... .. ..... ... .... ..- and from of 744 the in present the Summer outlook School, it, H'Ro I
A.. C. L.
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t passed in the forthcoming summer ...
,session. One Door North A. C. L. Depot
: The Summer School Bulletin is late
: 7 in appearing this year because the :
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BONTON"cf authorities must wait on the appro
priationsfrom the Legislature before 1 r 1

they can employ their faculty.
I' I A total of $40,000 is provided for the :I AUTO SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES '

> School in the Budget prepared -
r{, Complete Line of Fraternity Stationery t Summer
the Board of Control. Copy
I Candies'andTobaccoes of all Kinds o I IlJ for the Bulletin is, however about I I GOODYEAR and AJAX t.

I ready, and will go to press at the TIRES AND TUBES .
earliest possible moment. I t SAVE SERVE SATISFY ; i
Courtesy, Service and Strictly Sanitary. t I I
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t t Official Publication of Student Body of University of Florida 1
b N; : Office and Press: Basement Language HalL The Farr Literary Society will en- I You can't" beat then values:
tertain its members at a banquet at

1 STAFF the next meeting hour. Monday eve.

4 HERBERT FORD EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ning, at 7:30, at Molnar's Dining our odd suitS unIlOld-tht'y'ye Bart Scaner
J, TRUMAN GREEN MANAGING EDITOR Rooms. Every member is ,requested I Ware: finestsuits cleaning up,for.this f J1'; "Rvrch9fe-models, >stouts I'
HORACE LOOMIS _.._. ....... and more
-- .ASST. MANAGING EDITOR to'' meet as usual in the society roomsat regulars and stubs-young l1lf'n R conservative Itiei'These )
H., M. FRIEDLANDER .. .. BUSINESS MANAGER 6:45 to attend the banquet en c1otl.es cost more to tailor, prlced$3'2:59' -

i -M. STEIN .. __ ASST.BUSINESS MANAGER masse. Any one who is up town, of
., the society there.
course may join -
R. B."' OSKINS HARULD KLOCK MURRAY COHEN The proprietress of the dining room : to" / $ B.50

i GLOVER MILLER F. O. SPAIN, JR. PETE HARRIS has promised the best of service and '- .
attention and will do all possible to .
MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT make ,the affair. a success. The restis : ; FORMALLY
to members of ,the society to
8. O. SMITH up
back it up, and help to pass a suc- e .. fd > 't!'" : : .. r,", ,-
cessful evening. Of course, it is $57.:;0", / $80.00
I Entered at Gainesville, Fla., postoffice? as Second Class mail matter. realized that no urging is necessaryto :
Subscription: $1.50 the year. "/ procure a representative attendance -

f -, ....-- .-- .... ..... ;. ;......-... ;........ .... .. .........._. ... .............- ..............._....._ .. at such an occasion.featured i the 4
: : : A unique program

The appearance of the Chapel Choir from our sister institution meeting on*Monday evening. Aftera
I at Tallahassee is eagerly small volume of business had beer, '
awaited by the entire Student Body. .Wolf Brother
t 'Unfortunately the date had to be changed from May 6th to May rapidly transacted each member was I
13th, but our disappointment over this delay is partially alleviated handed a slip of paper with a subject ;
by the realization that the additional week may be well spent in I and a number on ,it. As each
perfecting our plans for their entertainment.With I number' was ,called, that person gavea I
few minutes talk on the subject I TA'MP JrI.tAl

the large number of able candidates in the field for the given to him. Among these extemporaneous ,
i various positions on the Campus, there isevery indication that a brain leaks the society en-
most efficient set of officers will be secured on May 6th for the joyed several humorous displays of
clever turns of 'a subject. Many sub
ensuing year. :
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J jects were originally of such a nature 1
Boost the Track Dances during the stay of the Tallahassee girls as, "Which is the butt end of a goat?'* [ffiffitfMffiasswsnfiffi! !

in Gainesville. In' addition to the pleasure you will give the girls, and "Where does one's lap go when $ ;i
# ; you will be boosting the Track Team. The Athletic Association he stands?" $! ..
is badly in need of funds to send our athletes to the S. I. A. A. The society is enjoying lively meet-
Track, Meet at the University of the South on May 13th. ings with plenty of pep, under the ad- 'ff \
ministration of a live-wire, president
The "Masqueraders" made a decided hit with the University and. an original program committee. You Can i ead a Cork to Water but

;:, students as well as the'townspeople last night at the Baird Thea- Vou Cannot Make it Sink
tre. The success'of'the performance exceeded the most sanguine
expectation- of the'producers, who deserve the utmost credit. A AG. CLUB MEMBRES STAGEPARLIAMENTARY I
; performance of such beauty and high calibre as "Out of the East" DRIILL !I Don't let ihis suit value we are going to ten

would be a credit to any University in the country and will most I you about float on your imagination on but let it
.; assuredly prove 'a valuable advertising medium to the University 1/ I i -< \ .j"
: on their tour of the State. The Ag Club met at the regular .' sink in your mind until you find 'out that seeing
time Monday night'April 18th, and '
is believing.: Msent\} treatinent wont get one
j. The Inter-College baseball games are showing some excellent enjoyed an unusually good time. The, ) you
'. material, which will be available for next year's 'Varsity. Dr., entire time ,devoted to program was I of these an wool Kisc be 1m flannel suits i in
? Manchester has indeed proved a live wire, and our major sports given over to Parliamentary Drill I .. .
will be... greatly benefitted next year through his efforts in staging every member taking part. There I either single or double brcsled: style at.S25J S;... ..
these various tournaments. and track meets during the past was a good attendance' and as.:v r "- I
: "* """-' Nu 1 Sel
months/ one was bubbling over with pep and I
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-- was indeed busy trying to keep matters
rl ; ., ; :' ,f ; ., --, '1 I progressing. according to Parl'c. B riett 1 The Clothier

'! $!fiffiraiB! 2fiI YJ mentary Law a la Roberts Rules e f x ----. -- -' .- .
J Order. Mr. Buck Carlton proved hir'- -':;;! ; : iJBBSiHWlSimvivns:
self a shining light when acting in
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: : the capacity of president, but even -;;9i 1 rwi
J I ; his mighty brain was swamped} under

I Agent ForFlorsheim .1 an avalanche of motions, amend-
ments and appeals. He conductedthe
; i I i Shoes. [1 1fwrasffiffi meeting, however, in a manner i TATZ& FURNITURE CO., Inr' .
.:"i;thk rk qr; ,Hf ,. which would have brought thunderous I

aawKiffifB! !fifififiYi! applause from any lawyer were onq Tame,
: I i present This drill in Parliamentary -
f ... - .... ... -. procedure, besides being enjoyed Sales Agents For
; .. greatly by the club was, of great : *
;, practical benefit to those present. Berkey and Gay Furniture, Globe*Wernicke Sectional BO

.. Mr. Dansby of Class '20, gave an Cases, Aeolian, Vocaiiorr' ,, i the Phonopragph, Napa11
interesting talk to the club on the
I J advantages which a college: man enjoys chen. Cabinets. Belding Hall i Refrigerators, Aerolux P.orc1
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c ; and of the opportunities which Shades, PremoEclips'e.s<,Ranges, Domestic Science' Firt
r 4.der lie before every man if he will .settle I less Beds-
11 Robinson Rodgers "ReatwelT
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1,5 t. N In a_y N- The ,resignation of Mr. Bert Ames l Ij Office Furniture, Floor Coverings, Draperies; hhW
The Smile Follows the Spoon was accepted and Mr. H. S Wilsonwas ,
I elected to fill his place as secretary j Glassware, Window Shades, Awnings.

.,, I I r II The and Ag.treasurer.Club went on record as 1?

I disapproving of the increasing: ten- a 1... d 1
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l't;, 1 dency among students of coming late 1
i .... .. .. ... _.. into classes, and of making excessive /
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T --4. 'i noise in the halls to demoralize the
: -.........$.................. whole college and prevent maximum '
efficiency. One who comes late into '
I 11: : class interrupts the recitation and yILsOcJoMpAN:

,. I AMERICAN E SHOE REPAIR. COMPANY causes much needless confusion and
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.t I AND SHINE PARLOR. I business, the club adjourned."Is .

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Tampas Louis
ProprietorsoJ Mike Murphy here?" asked a
115 West Main Street North-Phone 189. T visitor, at the quarry just after the .... ,, 'Jf'b
O.K.Gainesville Weatherwax Agents Franklin Florida T/west V Y premature explosion."No Featuring

... ... '.".. t . "I Bar. /' replied O'Brien, "he's iR41; W
-: .., ., 11,1 : t 1 gone." Every; ping;TKaf a Good Department Store S'At !

................................. "For good?"

F1 F- _.ot. '*. .. i .. .... "Well, he went, in that direction."

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Popular l : .
modern American girl SHORTHAND :
Amazon, but she IN TEN EASY '
j0t looming an LESSONSThis I For Students and Others :
utifen one inch and one and one SPORTING
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Pianos :;
the than course Sh-"ps 20c. Haircuts 35e. -
taller, on average covers ten easy lessons >
rfSfach sister of 30 years ago, is the be- *, which will enaKe the Student, Professor GOODS West Side Squan. Gainesville ': ,

CIelia Mosher, medi- Players Journalist I' .o
I of Doctor Doctor, Lawyer or COMPANY"The .
of the women of Stan- anyone seeking a professional

t Ijafrersity.adviser A study of data ODphysique Grands to go thru life with 100 per cent career efficiency -, Sportsman's Store" I NoveltySuitings" ; ii .'

of girls entering college >
L. & A. Outboard Motors r
in- Tuning i THIS COURSE
a a period of 30 years and
of I Is short and 190 \Vest B measurements 4,023 girls, Phonographs inexpensive, and Is 1
Btly completed by Doctor Mosber given with a money back guarantee .

L | the Amazonlaa tendencies of Pathe if not satisfied. They are the latest Creations _:, '"1

1.ItttOr. SEND THIS CLIPPING TODAY for the well dressed man 1
Mosher ascribes this PYRAMID PRESS: PUBLISHERS S .
) up- HurnswickHenryWolf's 0 E
for Spring and Summer
trend of the feminine physique 1416 Broadway, Si r

tw things. First, she believes New York City 'i wear.

modern fashions which cause Gentlemen: Enclosed herewith te H B. M. TENCH Pi' J

en to wear clothing interfering $5 for which kindly send me your I Price r;)n $"25 to $6 0 1,

with; hygiene have made for bet.Iroatk shorthand course in ten easy lessons | :,

'!S Secondly, she attributes Music by mail. It Is understood that at the 0 Gainesville, 0 ; Nick Damatc : 't

heretic to the popularity of Co. end of five days, I am not satisfiedmy I ,

money will be gladly refunded. I i
and physical activity
among Name _.....___ E Florida E!I .i.
women.-Kanusas State Col- [ Cleaning Pressing and Altering
< 319 E. Main St. Street ..
121 E. Union St.
City and StateCXXXXKXXOOOonr s
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i Phone 511
Jene Jones has the 'dots' In the

est degree he' sees, hears, and I Baird Hardware Co. : : OOnroQCOOO See Vidal Drug Company ----
in terms of 'dots' I W. S. DORSEY & CO.
i and is a "'or !
Drugs, Stationery, Toilet
otly dancer. He is the original SPORTING GOODSKODAKS Everything:: in GroceriesFor The Lyric :
Goodness Sake DrinkDORSEY'S Articles, Candies
nation kid.
DELIGHT COFFEEJ.S.BODIFORD Souvenir Cards, Waterman Peas "

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Carry Tour Old Hat to'EW I GAINESVillE i


aced, Blocked have and them Made New 7 Gainesville, Fla ELECTRIC SUPPLYFLASHUGHTS OF'j'i

Candy, Confectionery and ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR

Imported Cigar Store Greet in Candy Connection, TSc. Ib.H. DEPARTMENTSHOE 1[ EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL COmPANY C y

BLIZIOTES, Prop. I Good Pictures I II
[rut Ham Street Next A. C. & SHINE" PARLOR J

Phone 107 Gainesville, FloridaJ. J

STORE .W. McCOLLUM & CO. LAMP SHADES "You are Mr. Batchellor are you I

NORAH DRUGGISTSThe I not," she began uneasily. "Tom told I

I Rexall Store me all about you and we were coming !
Agents;: for I When you need an'thing itrical. << over to meet you when he left i

Liggetts and Norris' Candle drop in and see u. me on the way somewhere. :
ART and Satisfaction Guaranteed
GIFT SHOP Gainesville Florida t 512 East Main Str.*t Uicf>) .. it? "Yes-Yes, Ma'am, I am," he replied '
Maker of Picture Frames South Sid Sqaar I I between blushes, and to seem "

polite he kept on.. "Tom told me of

--- just now, and -1 am surely gladto
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I meet the fiance of my old friend.
When a certain young stenographerof Dick Batchellor was absolutely at cess after all. The next day matters,i and hi 7 sister was a good sport anda She saw his mistake right away,

the redheaded, gun chewing type t; his wits end to try even to meet the grew worse. He became miserable girl who would show even a woman and also the opportunity to have some

looked up from her work and smiled barrage that was being laid down and finally made up his mind to go hater such as Dick was, a good time. fun out of the affair. Tom and his
and before he was able to make any away and leave the females to the undisputed -
at t the fiance and she hastened to
young man at the desk facing Dick was obstinate when it came came up
reply whatsoever she began again. possession of the water the introduce her as Tom's sister, wink-
her own!, the latter turned red with to going into the ballroom to meet
there. But
"It was a bed room suite, so cozy beach and everything. 'ing at the two as she did so.
I moat noble blush and twitched Uneasily looking, and twin beds and over in there was no other place to which the ladies. Of course, he would "Tom, you and Jessie go ahead and

in his seat. All day long she one corner there was the cutest little' he could go and really have as much glad to meet the fiance and sister of t enjoy the evening to yourselves. I
i his old friend, but he would not]
had I would believe it fun and rest as the beach. His wo-- "
been kidding him unmercifully baby carriage, you will take care of Mr. Batchellor.
the polished floor to do
venture onto
s and the latest a baby carriage, and Mr. Batchellor ried brain could offer no substitu'e.This This was spoken in an authorativetone
move brought forth it. Tom went ahead, leaving his
mid i was looking at the whole thing so was even worse than the office, and the two, left Ethel to carryon
: 1 memories of her previous suc- j longingly with sweet little Maybelle so there was little to gain by beng: friend waiting at the door.
: the joke which she had started.
The bright lights above the well
ceasea, to his already humiliated soul., at his side." Then just to think that away.

"Mr. Batchellor" she began, winking the little dear was married all the That night he sat on the porch of crowded ballroom, the merry dancers,

J with a smile at the girls around time, why-" the large hotel, some one walked up the entrancing strains of the hidden Working Girl CourseAt

k, "did you know that Miss May- The object of her attention, purple and slapped him on the back with a orchestra had no attraction 'to Dick
Wle Batchellor. As he was thinking of Bryn Mawr College
Winters Of all the peoplein I
of the Follies was married with rage, had gotten up and left cordial greeting. .
!* the, uselessness of it all he noticed -
Dick could not have :
the room. He went to the seashoreto the' world,
'No," snapped the irritated victim seek relief and proceeded to enjoy been any more t surprised than to see a rather attractive little brown- The doors of Bryn :Mawr Collegewill
Of her chum, Tom Bailey I haired girl standing before him, seem- be thrown this to
attention. himself to the best of his ability. He his old college open summer
Well, what do you know about was very fond of the water and swimming Tom had been his best friend in ingly much embarrassed. She looked poor girls and women industrial

that!" she returned as she looked was the -one out-of-door exer- school and was a person with whomhe around, but could not see her brother workers, "that they may obtain the
: her almost -
about with an expression of horror cise in which he indulged during his was sure of having a congenial any where. Tom had piloted benefits of a higher education," saida
left to
Upon her well attended countenances, time. But, everywhere that he time. But Tom cast a damper on the to the door, and had get recent announcement. Their expenses -

tau gazing into the windows of the the hotel, on the beach, at dinner, in the reason for his presence at the she had gone on up introduce to her. of scholarships by the Bryn
furniture store around the corner.*' fact at every move, he was confronted beach. He told him of his fiance, a turned to have I Mawr alumnae and others, the num-
his sister-, but now: she was in a predicament.
"And that isn't all, girls, I folloWed with them. The same too, they most wonderful girl, Dick would Something had to be done and aa Dick ber of such students to total 70,-

him just to see what they were all seemed the same to him. If this whom he was sure that seemed embarrased than she Tulane Hullabaloo.
Tom more
locking at, and you will be shocked was the condition at the beach, then enjoy meeting. His fiance, so world there was only one thing to do.
the was
to in
hear what it was." his vacation might not be such a suc- said, was the one girl

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COMMITTEE NOWWORKING conference with member
lem of most vital concern today. most valuable sources of energy, and FACULTY ON PLAN FOR ulty on this subject and ft of it
r : FLINT CHEMICAL There are four main sources of it has not, as yet, been fully de- EMPLOYJIFOR STUDENTS I I that the Rotary Clubs tfe !l}
I energy: Petroleum, natural gas, coal veloped. The solution of the energy comprehensive scheme for finding I j,State will have a general ,
: E r ; SOCIETY MEMBERS and water power. At the present rate problem lies in establishment of electric A employment for University I for the same purpose. A f
I f summer
1 of consumption, the petroleum sup- plants at the coal fields, thus Florida students, in the industries:I on behalf of the faculty fea,
I : HEAR PROF. BLACK ply in the United States will be*partially elmirating loss by transportation; of businesses of Florida of all kinds,I\ pointed consisting of Dy, &.
exhausted within the next 25 and is harnessing water power to worked out A committee of,:i Prof. Turlin on and Dr. Br-
I years. The coal supply has only been produce electricity. This produced is being Club of Jacksonville, consisting -I gether with Mr. F. M.
I, Presents]* nteresting;;; and Timely Paper slightly touched, however, it has its electricity may then be "transported I the Rotary of ale::srs. J. H. McKinron, E.|r representing the Ahiani.IYBn.
i on The Source of Energy in problems It is becoming the fatherof with almost no loss. I and G. B. Hills, has been in 1 I wlo are interested in obb ,
l' the Future" at Last Meeting of the new commodities of every-day life i Members are urged to be presentit t T...Arnold.. II I plojnr.ent for this coming ***TnT fc 1 j
each day. Thematter of transpor- the next meeting accompanied by
Society I' haven't fifty cents, come any- advised to see embers of ,
tation is the most vital consideration. ifty cents- Said fifty cents to be usedo If you
committee before
1h y j jifi U,
losses in for the in the Seminole.j I way. -
t The Chemical Society was favoredby At present the transportation pay page
of coal amount to stupendoussums.
i a very timely and instructive lecture -
I by Prof. Black at the last meet- Natural gas as a fuel has little WRftf&Syffl I i!: $ -
# $!
value comparatively speaking, :
l ing.The energy of the future is a pro bL and is negligible in solving the fee ifs!fi
problem. Water power is one of th.I .
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j I Clinical years taught in new and complete hospitals.
All the medical and surgical charities of Augusta- !
and Richmond County under control of the Medical
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material Entrance I Manhattan I Shirts in all their splendor, exclusiveness and individuality.;
Requirements: Two years of college]]
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is again
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Into Jacksonville never think of going
back to school without stopping at least
Solicits the business of CWese men, guaranteeing !:
_1P"'1 long enough to see what's new at Por I
correct styles, high grade quality aim workmanship
y! II ter's window. They generally take

KNOX H4 STETSON HATS 1/ time to 'rtep in and take a close look-
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