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
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 6, 1921
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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The ]1 Florida Alit ator ,.-' <,,

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fto Large Audience AH
Along D. B.
Knight, W. B.
bad Trip During Past Week. Horne and Largest Number "
Harold Klock of Votes
Had Little Polled in j -
In Taking Trouble Number of Years With Together Has Become One of Declamation Contest Between
Rolling Practically-
'OF THE EAST" WAS WELL Team in Tow Every Office Hotly Contested. Seasons Most Pleasant Happenings Two Classes! Will be Held Middle

BY STUDENTS HERE WON EVERY SET 1 BOTH IN Between These Two Clubs. of MayG.



CiTeD Daring Past Few One or More Men Will Probably Be Herbert Ford,-B G. Wells Roy -

Sent to S. I. A. A. Contests Later Driggers Pipe of Peace Passed In Preliminaries .
? O. H. Norton, Wallace Around and Four Freshmen Qualified t
This Year. McKey and George Hartman Acting Good Fellowship and Loyalty to and Others Are Expectedto

l Thursday evening, April 28, the as Tellers. University Pledged by Members. Try Out Later. '

-mufen of the University of .

i presented "Out of the East"e The 'Gator tennis team, composedof Student Body Association The annual) ffet-to-srether of the AGS. AND ENGINEERS ENJOY .

BaIrd Theatre. The play was D. B. Knight, W. B. Horne and President Wm. J. Bivens. I Duval and Tampa county clubs was' OLD FASHIONED BARBECUE .

[haired by a large house and Harold Klock, journeyed down to Vice Presidert--James F. Merrin. i nulled off in the gym last Friday .

slow that it was an entire Winter Park last Thursday afternoon, Sec.TreasurerRoy B. Hoskins.! pitrht. These yearly meetings are in The preliminaries to determine the

where they took the measure of the Budget Committee : d'"ect contrast as far as spirit is freshman representatives in the annual

I of the East," advertised as art Rollirs outfit on the following day. Student Members ((3))- concerned to those which took place freshman-sophomore declamation r I

tal ertravaganze, or a musicalof The matches were the Gator's all the I Lance Richbourg. between the same men during the contest to be held about the mid. s;

[. the orient, was a three-act way, the Winter Park fellows going !: John Sherman, athletic encounter of high school dav, part of May were held in the Peabody

c-comedy. It was rather heavy down easily before the sweeping I. W. Scott. f.E' general idea being to make up for auditorium last Friday night under

required considerable training slaught of the Florida trio in both on-I Faculty Members (2)-) IN enmity of former years by doing :the direction of Dr. Chapman, with ;

,t7. Hence the. Masqueraders singles and doubles. Prof. A .P. Black. rverythirg- possible for the promotion Mrs. Guy, Judge Crandall and Mr. '

rre me more praise for their was The first encounter was between Prof. P. L. Reed. o* friendship between the alumni of Sterling as judges. Out of the six 1

fflfr flinch ability and training I Klock of Florida and Stone of Rolf -I __ i.the two schools As evidence of the speakers four were selected to enter \

fj.In fact, the salient feature o lins, the match going to Klock in AG CLUB 'nereis of such efforts there can be fhe finals, the ones selected being ;

M7 was the straight sets 6-3 1 -- nothing more convincing than to see theridge. Eberwlne, Jennings and
acting. Both male 6-2. Stone put upa I .
female parts, all taken by mem- tight scrap, but the fast Gator rac- The students of the At?. and Engineering the mingled colors of red, white and J athis, who finished. in the order. f

Gf the Masqueraders, were so quet slinger was too much for him. colleges together with the black floating over a mixed audienceof named. 1

Ided that it would be extremely This was but a starter to the general faculties of both colleges and their ex-Terriers and Tiger singing the Considerable interest is being manifested -

to determine the melee as the next round went to wives, the members of the Plant I Orange and Blue. this year in the declaiming J
!f. Horne who easily disposed of Warner Board and Experiment Station and Promptly at 8:30 the festivities and oratorical contests and to aH ap- .

| oriental extravaganza was also garnering three successive sets all the girls working on the campus, opened with a bang. Arthur Sollee penances the verbal combats should "

4 the care with of scheduled five-set enjoyed a real old fashioned barbecue was appointed to preside over the prove heated and enthusastlc. So J
which the mi- a event, the results I
details were attended to. The being 6-3, 6-2, 6-1. The Florida I on the meadow back of the old dairy speech-making and other forms of far George Stanly and R. B. Hoskins 1

es were carefully champ showed great form, having't barns. It wa one of the largest attended amusement,,while Ralph Marsicano. are the only entrants from the sophomore ,

enerp was planned with prepared. little trouble in defeating his oppon-i I affairs of its kind ever staged Jir'- Henderson:, Andy Simmons and class!, but there are expected ttbe i
an eye 1 at the University crowd estimated John Babson were responsible for the later to swell the
ultimate a enough entering
results desired. ent. In the doubles Knight and Horneof i I
yards There i I at 250 being present.A gigantic task of appeasing the fam- lists to four which is the maximum
and yards of the University took on Warner and
i ished.
In the crepe de tug-of-war pull by twenty Ags. The first half hour or so was number to anticipate from each class.
female Stone the results
' costumes and them being the taken' with the vain effort of various
gs and twenty Engineers commenced the Also there will be oratorical contests
aatiL the scenery were made same as in the singles altho things program. This resulted in a victory orators to convince the other side held during the latter part of Mayor
Suffice looked rather bright for the Rollin-
it to < that
that the say, there- for the Ags.. "Forty ways of getting there was only one high schoolin the beginning of June in both the
ites in the first i I
scenery part, they taking the
was wonderful the State as far as athletics
there in which were Junior and
the was a game every senior classes. Beautifulold
costumes initial set to the tune of 4-6. How- '!.t
7n were handsome, concerted 1, while a like period was
one participated and which everyone ; medals win be given the win-
est appropriate and correct to the ever, business picked up rapidly immediately enjoyed. This was followed by :n- taken up by counter charges and ners in all three events.C. .

detail The scenery and cos- afterward and the U. of F. strumental music, an inter-class potato refutations. Finally, however, hos-

Were designed in their own duet walked away with the necessarytwo which tilitie.: ceased, due to a motion made
'by Chris. Clark and Clemently sets, the scores being 6-2 and 6-0. race, cracker was and won whistle byhe by Herbie Ford that a truce be de- paradise "When will the low

and were Much interest was manifested in Sophomores; race clared while mutual necks and high skirts meet," etc.,
a assault be
a credit
to '
and last but
won by the Engineers ,
ability. The the a large crowd being made the were handled with great skill and
lighting effects games pres- upon common enemy, a
by no means the least, (ask any rat) i
which mnch of the success of ent to witness the tournament, and I! proposition which was carried most I. freedom by the budding Patricks of

roduetion ot this class depends altho the Rollins men were out- I the arnual initiation of rats. This I!immediately without the formality of I the Class of "24, while the audience
back fond recollections of
brought j II
although attentive inasmuch
8nifieent. classed the spirit with which they very as
I I waiting for a second. We shall
when 91
: lively days room j pass
Play the consumption of candy and the
opened played made the exhibition all the
with a over without comment, the
scene in scenes
a reigned supreme. cremation of "The Kind That Satisfy" ,
Palace. could desire.
Then followed spectators ; The grand parade was next begun, I that followed, as the devastation was
would nevertheless
bursar permit, were
On 6 the trio will stack
May same
and Pathos | too for words de
complete to
laughter everyone filing through the broad line ,1 prevented from enjoying the deliveries -
the Jacksonville court '
excitement up against ar scribe.
and satrelief. mnd receiving a plate of real barbecued -
to the
a great extent by very
But tists. The last time the 'Gator squad
throughout After the visible
stocks of ice
1 the en- veal and pork, pickles, bread seriousness and solemnity of the subjects
1II, there was no let-up of at- met the State champions they went and coffee. Despite the large crowd cream, cakes, candy, punch etc., had themselves. However, be it t
110 cessation down in defeat, but with additional
nr by of inter there was plenty to go around with suffered an alarming decrease under said to their credit that no one wentto

WbIch, Chria. Clark Was a fe<" training and competition against such ,me to spare. I j the enthusiasm of the rush, a halt sleep, but the possibility of missing
Was teams as the Rollins racqueters, : was called by the president for the
W. enthusiastically re- After everyone's hunger was appeased 'the next sprint for the punch bowl
M. Robinson there should be different results. It made Dean : purpose pf branching off on another
as the *n- speeches were by ; may be given as a possible explana
I showed much ability and I will ie remembered that Horne gave Newell and other members of the faculty line. A jury was appointed, com- tion.

g and was very realistic. One the individual State champion, Rose, and any one else who could be posed of the master minds of the After a fetf more courses were dispensed I

the I&y, and still not be libelous, a close battle a few months ago when \\nduced to gladden the occasion with gathering, for the purpose of hatch- with and a few more impromptu 1 t

Bat aetiona showed much Prac"" the Jax bunch was touring the State, his eloquence. These speeches were ing up topics for orations on the partsof
orations rendered
he was a crazy Brother of and with a second meeting the youthful nil given in a lighter vein and it i is the eloquent "rats" present, and in were a
*, Gator will make his opponent ex- passing it be said that motion was made for adjournment, ,
end tir? he: And royalty needless to say that they were greatly t may they
tend himself to the limit. did their Such and seeing that no more damage
thoroughly duty. deep
. TVreach of a mere inkNof enjoyed by all who were present. The ;j
- -": gl1t with knives wasstrength The S. I. A. A. tournament is to favorite procedure of each: speaker'; and weighty matters as 'How many I could be done, the proposition went

neat I be held in Atlanta on May 13, and '* through without a dissenting vote.
dramatic was to endeavor to place the follow- is a large number and one more,
D was of the best players in the South And so it came to pass that along '
realistic and intense, some ing speaker in a position from which 4 Fort Leavenworth as an R. 0. T. E
about the hour of 11:30
Well Florida unearthly
will be in
Played. Much seen it would be difficult to escape. A
etj success '
t in the will be represented by one, or pos- the Duval-Tampa Smoker of 21
by one professor,
handling of the story ,was begun homes.
Jttb slowed down and died a peaceful
ire. sibly two players, altho definite ar-
and finished
H. Jones another bya
eF. as TuChristiance carried on by The occasion was a complete success death, the supersaturated banqueteen
rangements have not been made yet.
1rtIl!l trained as Marsinah U. of F. has some efficient wieldersof third: The ending of the story was and much credit is due to those going regretfully forth from the place I
and carried off altogether a surprise. who their assistance and
especially -
pats gave of merry-making to spend a few
the checkered stick and the rep-
Pably. W. Jeacle as This completed the program for the to the committee who had it I
resentatives should make themselves evening so after giving a few yells in charge hours with those "none much"nightmarea -

eta Pas .'\t) heard from in Altanta the crowd dispersed to their various,I r _
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I : new student to the University each I \otod for Quality"
'it I year. Nick Damatt

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it my University. ; t \

::1, ''I i Boost for a "Greater Florida." Cleaning Pressing and Altering I Importance of Physiognomy. t 104 "' est Pay' :Street) Jacksonville?!
t 121 E. Union St "Do you believe a man with % r t
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."Ii; I Maintenance of a Microbe that projects!" "It all depends upon
",i A country school teacher was cashing I I circumstances. If the man with the ] ;
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:. + you're not afraid of microbes:' "Not which he alleged that: '.t rivera;] and ins his way up from the bottom I
a bit of It," the schoolmarm replied. sundry times the I i7.;'' 1 I.;..:: tried to t-houd) be inclined to feel that physiog-'
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QUIPS AND QUIRKS. FARR LITERARY SOCIETY) r Cleo-"When Bill danced with me .

It BANQUET MONDAY EVENING \ last night he kept letting his hand
It'. Information You Want Go To' job. pays to advertise-if that is your On Monday evening the Farr Litts. slip down my back.

( gathered in the private dining room \ P-ncia-"I hope you rebukedhim.
of Molnar's Dining Room for a ban- ." -
the ill wind and
quet sociable evening. Cleodid; I told him to keep it
holds good. Just think what : The room had been appropriately up.-Purple Cow.
prohibition has done ...
for the moon- decorated for the occasion, with the

shiner. Society's colors. Numerous pennants j No, Ichabod, if a man prof. married -1
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-- Y; and the banner of the Society a lady prof. you wouldn't. call
Of all the words
!fiY of tongue or pen. The table was arranged in the shape heir children prophets.

The falsest are: "never again I of an enormous "F" for "Farr" and -Purple Cow.

for "Florida." The white table cloth
THE NEW YORK RACKET An opinion-a production valued at I in combiration with the golden flowers 1 The girls from the Florida State

Agent ForFlorsheim the origin only. I mingled in an attractive color College for Women will again invade

t scheme, the colors of the society. At :I the University of. Florida when they
Shoes. The time has come when new straw the place of each member and guest ?ive a Costume Concert at the Baird

lids, j wa:,; placed an attractive menu and Theatre on Friday, May 13th. For

Crown domes of one and allj program, with the cover. printed in many years it has been the custom of 1
_Y1Y1Y;! !i f r1JiI! i F And too, by gosh, each bouncing' gold on white linen background. It the two schools to exchange per-

... .... breeze, !t to Talla-
-- .. was very neat and quite appropriate. formances, the boys going
Ne'er fails to get its haul. Guests for the evening were: Dr. hassee and the girls coming here. .

J.1.. Farr, Dr. T. W. Simpson, Dr. Last year the girls dramatic club
I It doesn't always pay to advertise. C. L. Crow, and Captain J. H. At- |presented the comedy "Fanny and the "

I Look at the rattlesnake. Just a little j kison. Dr. Fair's presence was Servant Problem," the girls acting all __

shake, rattle, and roll and he craps missed and his absence regretted, ,as male parts themselves. Altogether it ,

C out. 'I he was detained from attending was a splendid performance and one ;
nd l&a @Jet ? i6ff1n"The During a sociable moment' before which reflected "much credit upon the t

I f No, Archibald the legal profession, the service, a telephone call was an- work of the young ladies. This year i

is a vocation, not a disease. nounced for G. B. Stanley. He responded they intend to present a slightly different i
Smile Follows the Spoon I as the 'phone was in the form of entertainment the t 2

I Jingo-"In what way is your some room, and announced that Sid- College Glee Club. This group jf f i

0 t father like a piano?" ney J. Catts had expressed his regrets singers form the college choir and) ""

Bingo-'"Give it up. How?" that he could not be the guest of whenever they appear in Tallahassee I

I t \ Jingo-"Notes may be pounded out the society. as previous engagements they are greeted by large and enthusiastic ..-

I 1I' I of both if you hit the right keys." detaired him. Scarcely had comments audiences -
is urged to remember
-- subsided before a telegram was hand- Everyone
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l Everything comes to him who ed to H. M. Friedlander. It proved the date and get tickets early, as :

......... ...................... waits-board bills included.A that Governor Cary A. Hardee was special prices: are to be offered to the I

rot in position to honor the invita- students of the University. "- .

typical political candidate's plat- tion of the society and tendered his ( i

; AMERICAN( SHOE REPAIR COMPANY form of the near f'.1ture-Free tariffon I OT sequent regrets. debating to foster that spirit. He < f

powder puffs. lip sticks, Paris Services then proceeded in order said, further, that the Farr Literary "

E AND SHINE PARLOR : j gowns, etc., civil service examination with: conversation and jokes, not a Society should possess their own

I j in looks for aft office seekers; liberal r: oment dragged or was dull. Mostof rooms, attractive and well equipped, I
the were passed for eachrerson enthusiastically this .
i endowments to beauty parlors; and and spoke >
Geo. Tampas and Louis Eliades, Proprietors to sign his monogram as a i '
115 West Main Street North-Phone 139. | the inauguration of campaigns * This was
OXWeatherwai, Agents Franklin T.West discouraging single-blessedness among Speakers of the evening were introduced "Freshman Fancies" by K. K. -=
Gs wvllls bachelors. on
Florida by. toast master and President Hansen, showing the various trials.

G. B. Stanley. As the first conflicts, subjugations, and victories
M.4 speaker was absent, R. B. Hoskins experienced by "rats" on the campus.
the regular meeting Saturday r;
the subject few comparisons -
addressed the table on then offered a
/ Mr. S. C. Peacock installed J. F. Merrin. ,, ...._ I
1 j was as::! Marshall. A. : "11. U..11...
._ 'To the Memory of John in iucaa-:
---,-. .d- ,! .;...._ .;..... '3 President of the Society, and Mr. and contrasts
I Ir I A clever anecdote brought out the'poi Digestion." The subject was nota
THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT Velma Keen -ac vice president. Mr. t that as the John Marshall Debating '|vs.comparison of the messhall with the

I I Peacock immediately displayed hs: Society won the cup this yearit met u of the evening; quite the con-

railM OF THEUNIVERSITY qualifications for this high position was "all dressed up and nowhereto ,trary.
I and the manner' in which he conducted well put."Florida's .
The analogy was his listeners
OF GEORGIA a go. Simpson favored
,q the affairs of the society met with All-Faculty Eleven" was Dr. clever talk about

All Residents of the State Free of Tution i the approval of all present ,[next: delivered by E. E. Jones, who with"Nothing a particularly in Particular." By analogy.

"Lefty" Spencer was elected captain predicted as guards Dr. Simpson, who mathematics, he proved -
Laboratories with latest 1 J Col- syllogism, and
fully equipped apparatus. ti and manager of the Law the "angleof
'' would foresee that nothing is every-
Clinical years taught in new and complete hospitals. I lege baseball team, and was ;appointed and Dr. Crow, with conclusively makes the
All the medical charities of Augusta expresion, thing, and that "Nothing
and surgical Yi chairman of a committee to meet his infallible motto: "They shall not for love is noth-
and Richmond County under control of the Medical t with the representatives of ball teams heart grow fonder"
Department wealth f clinicalmaterial to ''pass.: ing in tennis. J. R. Wells. Jr., followed -
thereby assuring a o other colleges in an' effort or- .L.
Dr. Crow addressed the society this with comparisons and contrasts ..
Y1S i the 'Gator League, composed Societies in the Universities -
"Literary latter, on "Law vs.
Entrance Requirements: Two years of college 1 1 i\\Of college teams on the camp s. ," showing the advantage of com- mostly" M. Friedlander madea
S work (as prescribed), which with the first two years of I I is an overflow of available m 1- un-interrupted student control. lIo'nesty. H. "Nifty Nothings,''
I plete few remarks on
medicine entitles the student to a B. S. Degree. f listed among the law student
his desire that anecdote.
Dr. Crow expressed 'ending with striking.
For addresss the I intend to give the other col-
further information and we
the University offer a course in oral Captain J. H. Atkinson addressedthe
in this line.
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA I t leges some competition wa' -- 'Gators on "Putting the 'Gatorson
A very interesting program 1 l and of facts the .
Augusta, Georgia f Mr. McMullen enter- to preparation gathering the Map. He showed necessity
"A Medical School With A College Spirit"DORAN'S then rendered. several min- I and the energy instilled into this debate of advertisement, and suggested
.. -- :I rI ;; tained the society would be an inspiration for all methods showing how Asso-
:;:;:J '- ;1;: ; graphic discussion of various
., ..... -- utes in a very I the members of the society, who ciated Press material would cover the
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not had as much experience Atkinson showed
the question Resolved -; have nation. Captain_ ____-i..
A debate on of these :#
I Government debating as the members I the necessity of bacKing a cuacu: u.
U. S.
1. with So- teams. I|athletic success would be attained.He .
should open trade relations The President at this point made it with a true interest in the
SHOPEast spoke
I BICYCLE viet Russia," was affirmative won by, Mr.the Edri-supporters plain that the society must go thru I[\student body. with the welfare of the

Main Street of the with the formalities of adjourning before -I University at heart, and concluded

FOR BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES and REPAIRS t hi and Mr. Hardee, over Mr "Hollaed! same could be had, accordinglyafter I'!with an appropriate toast to the

t and Thompson, of the negative. The due process the society adjourned -'. 'Gators and the University of Flor-

t debate on both sides showed that all to meet in next regular session. ida.
I I contingents had devoted much effort -......;]!D
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t Southern Railway to Arrange Special

i t Official Publication of Student Body of University of Florida Car For Rollins Students. i I You can't t beat these values::
1 Office and Press: Basement Language Hall. Returning .to Ohio. I

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STAFF Mr. J. W. Jamison District Passenger "
HERBERT FORD EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Agent of the Southern Rail- We're cleaning up our odd suits ur.solrl-tl-ey'yp Hart, ScaffMri
finest suits for this fallpurchaw-models, outs th
i TRUMAN GREEN MANAGING EDITOR way, who arranged a special car for and stub*-jou;'g mrn'*.ard more consetvativ ttjJJT :
l _____.___ A'SS T. MANAGING EDITOR regulars
HORACE LOOMIS Rollins students comir.g. from Ohio .e:"e clothe cost mOle to tailor, pnitd- t
S. M. FRIEDLANDER L.: M... _. BUSINESS MANAGER last fall, was a visitor on the campus a-'

1 M. STEIN .. _..-_. ASST. BUSINESS MANAGER 'as! week and announced that simi- *
would ,be made, by
arrangements $32.50to ; F $48.50
R. B. HOSKINS '.... HAROLD KLOCK MURRAY COHEN his company if the required numberof .
I GLOVER MILLER F. 0., SPAIN, JR. PETE HARRIS those returning after commence- i .
\ mert would signify their intentionsf !i .
MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT ) taking advantage of the oppor- --' ':. :'<1 [
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B. O. SMITH A. T. MOORE unity. /' <
I! : $5.00 to $80.00

Miss. Dorothy Boal, the newlyelected -
Entered at Gainesville, Fla., post office as Second Class mail f matter. : -
editor-in-chief of The Florida
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Subscription $1.50 the .
: Flambeau automatically becomes the !h';

I -.. .... 00j -' .. .... .. ---- .. ..-...,. ..------ president of the Florida Collegiate m -
j I Press Association. Through her ac-
I thee association with Miss Marie
\ Bryan, retiring editor of The Flam- S Wolf Brothers

!3 NOVEJ STUDENT REVOLT beau and first president of the Press

/ Association, Miss Boal is thoroughly !:fi' .
I i The mass-meeting-: of protest in which 4.000 students of the i acquainted with her rew duties. Miss

University of Minnesota took part seems to have been a unique I Bryan was one of the most active editor I I.: TAMPA FLAY e
: academic demonstration. The aggrieved undergraduates did not in the formation of the Press As- ,

: gather to denounce the faculty for interfering with athletics or sociation. \ -

I restricting their personal] liberty. They met "not as universiy ,

:i .students, but as citizens of the Commonwealth of Minnesota" to j i Peggy's Diary. I !F: ; .
,, excoriate the State Legislature for cutting the university budget. :\Ion.-Bob tried to kiss me whilewe $

As it is, the institution will receive art appropriation of $11- I were out riding. ulrUUU\\ht.h---........::.:....-.-.'-.-yy.-;------------ !tai! t!fltft! !fiy;! 1! ----
608,179 for the next two ;years, or 54 per cent more_ than the 1919 : Tuesday Ditto.Y'edresdayBob. -

appropriation and a sizable sum as college incomes go. The \ : said he would II- .

Legislature's offense which provoked the demonstration was in ditch the car and kill us if I wouldn'tlet .
lopping off $2,000,000 from the amount asked for. him kiss me. tbt \ '

A State university, like any other State institution, has to take Thursday-I saved several lives to- You Can I ead Cork to Water but
the of the it But the of .
bounty Legislature as comes. spectacle day.-Bethel Collegian."I .
the Minnesota students rallying to the defense of their college I i.___ _____ I \' You Cannot Make jt SinkDon't '11
+ { against any curtailment of its educational resources is interesting.Is -
"I shouldn't have eaten that mission I
student life taken more seriou.;oly in the West? There have I !:fi
steak 0 !x lei t ll} is suit value \\e are going to tell
been student revolts and rebellions: for all sorts of petty causes, !x
Said the cannibal with tf frown
t but a political demonstration on the campus to overawe a Legislature ;"For oft I've beard the old proverb; I r riii about flout; r-n your imagination on but let it
t has a novel aspect. It may 1 e said to, reflect in the best *"
i. sense a sober purpose and the possession of convictions'which are You can't keep a good man-Ex.down. sink in your mind until you find out that seeing

''I", not always associated with undergraduate ideals. .is Lelie\ ing. A 1 st nt treatment wont get you one

I E \ Boy Scout (on night guard of these. all \\chI l Kisc i ba im flannel suit i n
I 'Halt1! Who comes here?" i
> "Officer of the Day!" cither single! or doulic: Crested: style at $25 ::. ,
I .. Officerof. the Day, and '
explain what you are doing out a* Nia SeJBurnett .
t The performance given last Friday even;ng was a Narked sue, Herht.i "Exchange .- !f!
i cess from every tandpo'nt. 'he costumes, r"pn':":'v' anl 1 .Ji hti ::

I+ 'I effects were won ean*: .* the act'ng' 3Ue-b. "0t; of. the The Clothier
1 East,".shoved ore tl !ng to the studr"'A' *- r. V an! 'n <'\ 1 i':;-,. She-Have you ever played the

:, j I ville, ?: nd that .I"*' t1.** -. *'her. I .. a'v.?.-";'t T. 0'3. :, :.-: ..---c-; .::VentaT : game of love?
t here at the} Un ve sit.: 1..0." t: e r' : 1'C" : : t_ e .' ': -,.- He-Just once, but I deeded a shave
: 1 Min:trcU: ..ave r'", "'n.-'__.'.. c 1At., ; ;-1.-'._'e shows' : U -. a. .".. ,-_. .. ._ and was disqualified for unnecessary
; good, but th'lnbC} from tui i* lit; -:te.* co .> p-o-u: lo: :- I) roughness.-Record. .
'. sreef .Vn IflTI tt1e11.'teat Truly Good Man.
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A is happy
that Mils Yawler good man
: show -. given Friday is not, ltn ..' side
\ arplau'Such! a rpxva ) : 1 rota the pay" -res I vd she self; and Independent upon forme
: a-College dr atie club. In fact it would ;fraYt : Chile-I hear Colgate and Williams -
sentedby n 'we1: belonged to the grand opera company. kind to his friend temperate to hUNemy.
\I I credit to alnslvt..ny group o_ actors End the Gator Jasfrara i.ar": ''-r r _' : had a swimming meet. You surely don't think she can singt religiously Just indefatlf Wy l lborious. II

:. to Le congjatulateJ on their initial success.t r Bean-Yes, there was so much "Not at all, but grand opera com and he discharge all data
) f foam in the water they had to call it p'anies never come to this; town."*-Birtalnptam with a constancy: and coutrcltj of t>
off. Brown
Jug. Age-Herald lion
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:I i, GIRLS! GIRLS!! GIRLS! -- FAMOUS--- 00_ __ ____ ___ _______i___ ____ _,. __...._. __ ._ r
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'j Next Friday : : ': By HoopORIGINAL
t' -rRylNr0 SNOW OFF "'HPo, tX's SO Dame ,
H will have an n- i LL O'lM', tNE
ladies from the Glee Club Talla' fH vJONO L ONTE\J' t.J YNOW ( 1A CdF NHS
;l ty-six: young College pf b ce c.'N\OW t, lON'NJ( .
;;I I I when they will appear here in .a Costurre:: Con..e1't. T;...!b is a (k 006COmPANy NtS\ o.N.t F\\'l\ :: Z IUNIR ,
occasion unusualone that should be enJoyed by hThe '"
II every man : AN N 1tytDm of NOCH _
expenses connected with such a performance are n __" Wttr Nlm uS18EFoREc
j\ sarily high and yet the comrrrttee in cha''=re belie f"'at 'ev en-- uA, A1NY tT Wt S topO Nou6rt YOi} cArnE N'E O 0 A1l_

I readily be met if;/ the men here will li\o up to the old Floni spi : A OfJm B is AA e -_- tO CO oNttVc H1S-fR Cvs _
I I and put so.::e real 'Gator pep into the occasion. S1P t-
I; What do you say fellows? Let's Go! i

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t :' Pi Kappa Alpha Pop Dance Summer Session from Monday, June O Gainesville, 0
% The members of the Pi 20 to Saturday
:.. Kappa A'-! I August 20.
A Good Place to Eat pha Fraternity were the bos+s at an Fall term begins Monday, September
informal pop dance given last Satur- 26. E Florida E \

day evening, April 30th. Candidafes for a degree are re- .

) The invited guests began iff wend ouired to present proof of satisfactory -' < '
............ ........... their about way 9:30.to Dancing the place was of enjoyed amusement until -I completion study. of three years of college -'

---, --:-'!. ------- :: the midnight hour, at which tine College graduates may complete Vidal Drug Company
P P-" M v M MM all exchanged N good-byes assuring' the law course in three academic "or Drugs. Stationery, Toilet

iL,; \, l;'ll \ Restaurant: and ifnch Room the hosts of a delightful! evening... years ((27 months); for all others four Articles, Candies -

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delightful occasion; of the past For bulletins and detailed information EVERYTHING? ELECTRICAL
Half a Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot address
was an informal pop dance Secretary of the Law

UT Gainesville,Florid given by the Alpha Zeta Chapter of School Northwestern University JOS. J. SEYKORA
the Kappa Alpha Fraternity at their Building, 31 West Lake Street, Chicago

i attractive fraternity home last'Tuesday Ill. Phone 107 Gainesville, Floridainis

, afternoon, May 3rd. .;
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I rays of the sun glittered no more as '
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E Those present was the local societv ;

Popular Goods at atBURKHIM'S Popular Prices I set aided by visiting guests. TARR FURNITURE CO., Inc. E

Baraca Banquet.The Tampa,
Baraca Class of the Methodist !ti q.

: i Sunday school \ ere the hosts at a Sales Agents For :'

,; very enjoyable banquet given last M:! Berkey and Gay Furniture, Globe Wernicke Sectional Book. "' ;
Thursday evening, April 5th, at Ep- .
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I The Philathea Class was the ;
guest i
DO BUSINESS WITH I for this occasion and all report aR Cabinets, Belding Hall Refrigerators, Aerohix Porch f' :

having thoroughly 'enjoyed them- !f. Domestic Fireless _'
tie Shades, Premo-Eclipse Gas Ranges Science ;
selves. Cookstoves, Robinson Rodgers "Restwell Bedding. :

New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2,000,000 f The Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternityhas n'.LJ;{: Office Furniture, Floor Coy rings, Draperies!, China and s i f!

'.i._ :!-- ! < University avenue, which in the I : !,

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S t I Nora Scotians! have tine try near Grand Pre. made classic men for just a step back from the
THE E BON TON"Refreshment i attraction for Evang by .ongfellow's, "Eva ngeline." cultivated valley lie almost unex-
.:,k : Land already so popular as a vacation Each succeeding summer brings; ploitedshinlt., : and hunting
center. This is for studentsHistoric greater numbers of artists writer t
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: n. grounds Ked *makoo2ee
=. :, Acadia College in W 'f- and summer tourists to this valleyso }
Pail 1 : \ with among the
to conjure
A a name
historical romance.
i during rich in 'j
I ville is to keep its doors and open offer a tour of picture exhibi jns of eastern I initiated. Many a proud antlered -
I summer charming has won immortality by
I will reveal many moose
Complete Line of Fraternity Sationery t .'i* curriculum of such to latitude students that who it canvases inspired by the quiet falling at the hand of an American
is bound to appeal and cut: beauty of Nova Scotia; far-flung who displays the head upon his ,
t study
desire to combine veiled in office wall *
Candies andTohaccoes of allKinds and art. I vistas of apple orchards
ine settlements and country
I founded by. pink and while blossoms or bending i
__. t Acadia College in 1838.w s Its ec'.ca- under the weight of ripened fruit : hotels provide pleasant reasonably-
the Baptists priced accommodation for
S nitary. t ideals ant. methods ire quaint fishing villages: and quainter healthful
Courtesy Service and Strictly tiona inhabitants; clumsy two-wbeeiid who annually seek the .
] :Jarirelv American jyid, it has The water carts drawn by digified pleasures of this far eastern prov- .
m the United States. wide etches nf red mud ince. Acadia College's new program -
has in wealth and oxen; for students
:-. ti-ution grown which sailing toats ride opens a way
abo t t flat on
ruml-ers Vnd has grouped tide and fleets who wish to pursue their studies
i! schools for boys and ,{ rls. high and dry at acation months and vet
.... ... -- large setting for a of fishing boats floating on silveiseas I during
-- No more delightful could be chosen their :sails: dipping like great have the benefit .of a change of
seal of learning scene.
than Wolfville, a singularly prettyr gulls.
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!- DUVAL COUNTY CLUB MEETS "smoker," and read the names of the Simmons, Ralph. '

following members, who are eligibleto The next report was that of the I EAGLE'MKADO".
; i Smoker and Carnival Subjects of attend this function. No one, who candy booth opened during the recent ,
Discussion. has not coughed up his f6ur-bits will University Carnival, given by James
be eligible to participate in this Boyd who turned over the profit to
1 (By Jabo) grub chase. If you intend to joinus the treasurer, and {secured a duly
The Duval county cub| met last on this occasion; and your name signed re eipt. The executive carnival For Sale at your Dealer Made in fiT,tip
\ Thursday night iii usual abode club wishes to FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND
l our does notappear, you bad better get I committee of this ASK
f the spacious home of the Stanly in touch with the treasurer at once i thank all who were material in its EAGLE MIKADO

Brothers, and held an important.- I,, and clear the books A hint to the success Their motto "A.Bigger, Bet, EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK
business meeting. The business of the l wise is sufficient. Look 'em over, and ter One Next Year!" I t

I afternoon consisted of two reports;I r be governed accordingly; "miff: sed!" ,.. ..
one from the treasurer and one from ,! Here it is: Baker, Babson, Baya, -: 'r I f'czUJ'l'cu.: -';- :
the carnival committee. I Begg 'Boyd, C. W. and J. R. Champlin There, what was i telling you

J Arising to his feet and standing Hinkley, Kitchen, Ellsworth, Figures never lie! I
on them, our treasurer, Mr. Andrew Kennedy Rogers, Middleton, Milan, No, they can't-not with the styleof II bROVIN

Simmons, gave a most elaborate report .Miller, Pomeroy, E. F. Stanly, R. L.. dresses the girls are wearing now I l lS
E on the coming Duval-Hillsboro I and G. B. Sollee, Terry, Warnock and i adays.-University Review. i
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. i'H'I I i I Alteration Cleaning Pressing>

Phone 354 Gaines.ille Ft

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University students, by patronizing
s ., ., 'the White House Dining Room, may
HENRY WAS "near." .j enjoy the satisfaction of knowing
IN OTHER words, tight. I they have the finest service and most
/ 0 : x delicious food on the market.
HE CARRIED two packs. ,
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OF CIGARETTES. and by special
Banquets arrange

t ONE FOR friend Henry. _. ment. For table reservations Fhsfet
I '. No. 295.
j: FULL OF. -Satisfys.* 0, !

j' AND THE other containing. '/ \" ., -

JUST ONE.cigarette. : I l S The White House Dining oom

.f. Y; Gainesville's Social Center.
'AND THAT lone cigarette, ..
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WAS ALWAYS offered. ,. :..' .
TO SMOKELESS friends. : HraawffiifiStfffiifi! n..S;iFiifiin'jw! =

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WHO WERE all polite. I "
J Aberdeen Ruts. Brogue Oxford
.. AND REFUSED to take It. :
\, f'. I Unequalled for Style
a.-' AND SOMEHOW Henry. _._ \ J $15.04orth of pleasure for $9.29
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'-, HE GREW more popular. Basement Language Hall


.. : FOR HE'S nobody's dummy.
.J Everything For the Student.
AND NOWADAYS ho not only.
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CARRIES THE cigarettes. ..< .AIl .. J. '''''::''- J ...... Ji.I" .
BUT FORCES 'em on people.
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IVE your friends the real
Air-Tight Tint of SO GIVES AWAY packs of 'em. VJT thing-introduce, them to I I"" The Phifer State Bank
'Askynur dealer to show Chesterfields! Oddsrethey'llyou :
find just what found .
the new vacuumAND, SHUCKS. you ve
gealfd tins of 50 Chester- in this wonderful Turkish- Sale and AccommodatingORDER
.. fields. A compact, conHENRY Domestic blend 7 a smoke ,
COULD run for Mayor.:
venient and absolutely x that by comparison seems I -
Ii Alt TIGHT packing- 'way out of its price class-- ...._ .
AND GET with it
away acne.
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I were approved by the commencement committee. Aj1
t: i i ,the latest styles are offered and the prices are modest.
,, AU' plates.are delivered with the cards

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: Mq 1r7 CIGARETTES Call and make your selection

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... '- <" Dedicated with profoundest re"j.
i : t>' ,' .,:.. ; E being content with
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\ ; winning: first crre o the memfars of the University j
let : : : place in the 100 and 200 Quartet 'Caruso' Tader- 1... .
,_ .l,1: yard dashes McKey, t zwiski'
1'- editing the
?" ; ; Trojan, and Smith, 'Chopin Yates', and "r -:
:: : ',' : :/j., It: '. maintaining Paddock, America's a high scholarship, Chas. ''Blancon Pfeiffer. ''!< '1
point .
". ,. winner in the
.-..--" has found time to Olympic contest "My blues ain't alcoholic, '...use I ,..
.. invade the field can't get booze, ., a 1
f playwriting with first honors. Of I They ain't frbm: homeslclfciess, -
the plays written by Dr. Gaw's ",
play- 'cause I ain't foot-loose. ";
'H' writing class: Paddock's dramatization I'se a henpecked husband, rse a 1
of Dickens' "A Tale of Two i married man. 1

What Makes the Cities' was declared the most suitahle And this here double harness Is just tall ;
Firefly Glow 1YOU for presentation, and will be accordingly I can stand.
presented in May by the I'se just my Sally's husband, all ;;,,
can hold a firefly in hand ,Junior class. Paddock's play will bet ; the livelong day,
; ti with your ; you can boil '" the first to be given in the auditorium She says: "You'd better stick roun', I
an electric
:i: lamp. Nature of the _
"cold long ago evolved : rew: Bovard Administra and I just stay; I
light. The firefly, according to Ives and tion building. U. of N. Sagebrush. But when the day Is over, as a hus:1:

Coblentz, radiates ninety-six percent light and only four I; band I'se through, '
percent heat. Man's best lamp radiates Southern debating teams | Cause then I get them dreamm
more than more than ,
ninety hold their
percent heat. own against blues for you (just you). ;
Northern opponents may be seen s- ,
i An English physicist-once said that if we knew the fire- from results of these intersectional "My wife's a funny woman, and i -'

fly's secret, a boy turning a crank could battles of wits. The University of I'se a funny man, i 1
,.. light up a whole Texas recently defeated Columbia
street. Great I ain't much at Sghtin', but she '
",: as is the advance in lighting that ha been University of New York by a unanimous sure can; ,

made through research within the last twenty years, man :; vote. This is only one of many She can't understand my dreamln

wastes far too much energy in obtaining light. j contests which have resulted in victories blues at all- ;.

This problem of the "cold r for Southern orators. Size of She thinks I'se boorin steady, hutshe's
light" cannot be solved institutions does
merely not feature. as waidetrenstiated missed her callI -
by trying to improve existing power-generating machinery 1[ by Brigham Young! ain't alccholic, but my brains sure ;,
I and existing lamps. We should still be burning candles if I {!diversity's victory over Princeton reelin'- .F4;;

chemists and physicists had confined their marches ''ltely.-Gamecock. I ain't naughty, but I got that -
rr to the ;: I I '
: improvement of materials and methods for making candles. Caught shooting craps on the uni- I ain't naughty always broke- but I always -

1 For these reasons, the Research Laboratories of the o" \1rsity campus, seven U. .S. C. stu- feel like stealin' -.

'; .. General Electric Company are not limited in the of 1 (''er t3 were suspended for the rest of Every time I get them dreamm
'f ,. their scope he semester on Friday, March 18, blues for you."
I. .j. investigations. Research consists in framing questionsof : : 1 e day before spring vacation. Th"m ,.

-i: the right kind and in finding the answers, no matter .':, sentence was suspended in the case *> ( "Every night I dream about just

where they may lead.What --.e of the students, pending good beI' you and I,

havior. Commenting on the matter, Billin' and 'cooin while the breezes
makes the firefly glow? How does a firefly's light I Registrar Montgomery said:, "This sigh.

\ differ in color from that of an electric arc, and why? The ::y:,!' Decision' t'was made by the Faculty I Does we let the world go I by? I'll "-::

I answers to such questions may or may not be of.practical Student Welfare Committee, after say we do :
value of this -nous deliberation. It will teach The wise old moon Is smflin down ?:
but:; we may be sure-it is by dovetailing the -
He boys a lesson, and we hope that at me and you-
results of "theoretical" investigations along many widely 5 ; 'V faculty decision will bring them Just when I'se tasting sugar from

separated lines that we arrive at most of our modern"practical" '.o: see their wrongdoing.' your lips PO sweet,

discoveries.What -, _, ,- And I'se so doggone happy Ise
All Colleges Invited to National Meet feetI
will be the light of the future? Will it be like that ...; An invitation will be extended to forget couldn't my run for-- 1'lothlng-here

of the refly or like that of the dial on a luminous watch? n' all standard colleges to compete in comes Sally Lou, .

,:fa flti' Will it be produced in a lamp at present undreamed, or the first national collegiate track: and And drives away my dream.

I will it come from ,something resembling our present incandescent field meet to be held at the University blues for you( just you)." ;
.j "
I f : 5f Chicago, June 18.-U. of N. Sage s
lamp? The answers to these questions will depend ", brush. A SHORTER '

: much more upon the results of research in pure science than SHORTHAND SYSTEM .

!' upon strictly commercial research. At Cincinnati University student IN TEN EASY LESSONS i iThIIJ
"... I class officers are elected by a real political -
campaign. The nominees for course! covers ten easy lessons!
the various offices present their respective which will enable the Student Professor -
GeneralttElectir'ic before the stud-i ..
platforms ; Journalist, Doctor, Lawyer or
ents through the college Thissystem
.... press. anyone seeking a professional career,
General Office Company Schenectady,N.Y. of electing class officials i s to go thru life with 100 per cent effl-
; now very popular in the larger colt I, c'ency.:

95382oooooooooo [> t leges. TUTS COURSE ;
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. Candy, Confectionery end % <' She-Help! Police! Stop him! for which kindly send me your
+ Cigar Store in Connection : He tried to flirt with me. shorthand course In ten easy lessons _
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II U. S. A. man will enter a suit among the notorious MASQUERADERS MOCK\ TRIAL mer wounded in Paris will be
to soothe her brought to iJf
(Continued from Pap an.) i t for damages stone. will be left untn-: .... ..
Bari, was probably the outstanding LYRIC feelings. ,
Enticing to Clandestine Manage and have been endeavor to
witnesses bring .
figure of the entire production. His I I Numerous the>
10 : difficult .1; Breach of promise Mademoiselle in regard to wretch to justice.
part, at best was played Private found who are to testify Expert i
of Paris vs.
1 with much skill. He showed on abil- Rene Dushay I details of this intriguing estitnony is expected
intimate to
Private McClane, former U. S. A. the most ably"
ity and a depth of dramatic percep- PROGRAM NEXT WEEK crime against the maiden situation in its true light .
tion and intuition which were fault I TL ;;:;;;
Jents ar.d faculty
t less. As to his female beauty-I've Saturday-"The Secret Gift" i A startling series of scandalous exposures forlorn. are ill\ited.

I already made a date with him for the All Star Cast I will take place Monday night, I I Many spicey details regarding her .;jry will be chosen from (O 1r 1
A Junior-Senior Prom! .' lewd and virtuous
MondaySunset at 7 o'clock, in Peabory Hall, whena previous The irregular audience.
Sprague'Tuesday"Six -
i' The special music, composed for has are expected to be revealed. ,P i
French maiden, who :
I the play by George Ira Tompkins, pretty 1 night life of the defendant
Best Cellars" Leen led astray and seduced by a for-
was very striking and therefore suit .
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able. Solos by A. Regero as the Bryant -
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t \ --"S k i r t s" Clyde E9CJ11I1!: H fiSHa $ .I''''
P. Harris AH Ben-Ami
as were ,
Cook 1 J4to
1 greatly enjoyed. A. Regero, with ;
I four solos in his part, sang with his I
Thursday--"Are All Men Alike"Mae ,
usual charm and verve. ... .
k "Out of the East" was directed by Ii, .
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Robert Swanson. "'m. Bivens was
Friday"Slave of Vanity"Pauline
business manager and Goodrich ..' -
Frederick g; .
t Copeland was publicity man. An !IiIi 1

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Lohmyer Pomcroy, Regero, Bartlett, chief, in reality Haboul-al-Din, robberof I
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Cook, Ames and Graham, assisted a thousand thefts-R. M. Swanson. Arrival

I The cast of characters in order of Rhamin, his aide-Wm. Bivens. Ii Late $ r S

I their appearance, follows: Haroun-al-Shimar, ruler of Miskr-. : ,
Cast of Characters: al-ZahraaW-C.- p. Anderson. -

Djai Malek, a steward in the palace- Hadja-al-Kemal, the lover of SariR.
; Wm. Tiller. G. Little. !f; f. New shirts of Canadian Creepe I
Slav 5-- S. G. Gaskins.! J. M. Barrs, Stage and scenery-C. L. Thee, C.
j Ed. Meisch J. L. Williams M. Car- Clark, J. Hurst.PropertiesGary. You'll need these shirts: this summer '. ,

ruth. Ennis : kind .
t They are the soft comfortable ,
: 1 Ali Ben-Ami, a singer in the pal- Costumes-Chris Clark, C. Theed. I
: + ace-P. Harris.DalLiLah After the successful presentationof That do not require ironing
a dancer in the palace- "Out of the East" in Gainesville,
I. C. Clark. the members of the cast, the orchestra -1 Y F' Colors: Blue, Lavender and Salmon I

I Sari, the Desert Woman-W. Jea- and the band journeyed to Talla- .
j cle. hassee. The band gave a concert and '

\1 ... Habib, brother of Hadoun-al-Shi- serenaded the Governor. The play z3oohOur
mar-W. M. Robinson. was presented to a large audience in

.\ Ramleh, a singer-J. Melton. the High School auditorium. Lack of ....
!i I facilities weakened the -
Dancers in the Palace- lighting effects
: Nur-Ma-Hal-Poul Divvers. but reports show that the citiz-
: Afium-Kahissar-D. L. Conant. ens of the Capitol City and the students I..

\Ii I Halya-E. B. Wilson. at our sister institution enjoyed '\

\: Zoe-R. S. Pierce.NuralHassan I the play immensely. The mem-
,' son of Haroun-al- bers of the cast then went to Jacksonville -
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t.i Shimar-A. Regero. to present the play again. ,-
i Tulik, wife of Habib-McH. Jones. There is considerable talk of the pro-
i, i Marsinah, a slave girl*-DeF. L. posed trip, which would include show-
Branch at theCOLLEGE INN is at aervioe.I .
\ Christiance. ings in Miami, St. Petersburg, Tam- your
; Scheberezade e of Haroun-al- pa and other principal cities of the
I ; Shimar-C. L. Theed. State. Whether' anything definite has I i

I t, Abu Haasan, supposed merchant been decided, however, is doubtful. I : !!1Yh!: !ii <5 .RRr _J.IIIIIIIIIII lV ::7fii

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