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: May 13, 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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All Ready for Curtain .:
i $ Are
I fee at 8:30 Tonight. The State Historical Society ENGINEERS Florida Should Make a Splendid _
Maktf<< ARE I
Donation Showing With Four
and Will Add to Same Representatives
*OX DRESS REHEARSAL CROSSES BATS From Time to Time. of the Orange and Blue.



a i' Mosely, Vve Jones, and -

J lad Gonzalez Will Appear as Struggle Between Faculty Some of Maps and Books Will be of Sollee is in Good Condition and Will

and Seniors Will Take Place Tomorrow Inestimable Value to Students of Aggs in Last Game of Enter Broad Jump Pole Vault

. Afternoon on Fleming History Here. Series Last Saturday. Afternoon on and Hundred-Yard Dash. ,

!!stage is all set for the perform- Field. Fleming Jield.INTERCOLLEGE.

3 of the twenty-six young ladies The U of F. library has just I The 'Gator Track Team left Tues- I
Florida State Women's Col- FACULTY received day afternoon to take, part in the S.
the a large
,1 TEAM HOLDING donation of books GAMES TO
gtobe given in the Baird Theatre SECRET PRACTICE NOW maps, pictures and relics of historical, FINISII UP THE SEASON I. A. A. Meet at Sewannee, where

[ May 13th, at 8:30 p. m. ,- interest from the State Historical.So they will compete with the bet: college -
athletes in the South. Four I
't''t'tCcnrert troupe will, arrive into Prof. Beck and Coach Kline Will be ciety. an organization: founded for Seniors Defeated Juniors in First made
men the this
trip Arthur
t give a rehearsal Friday aft- Probable Battery When the the purpose of accumulating mater Game of,Season Between Colleges. year
Sollee, (captain),. O'Neil Cox, W. C.
a in order that the show be puti Calls "Play Ball.' ials and data relating to...the historyof Sheppard and O. D. Lennard.

the best possible shape at its our State. Many libraries in the The inter-class baseball games this .
The arnual meet this
tearing In Tallahassee the Books will be forgotten, classes and State have made !strong bids for this year have added much to the develop- ises to be one of the best year ever prom-held I

are loud in their commenda- examinations will be unthought of donation, and the fact that the University i ment of real baseball in the University ,
and every college in the South is expecting -
of the various girls who are to and everything else that pertains to library was selected is a for they have' proven interestingand their representatives to over-

here. The soloists college classes strong indication of exciting. By defeating the
part are well will be cast aide on the regard in Ags. turn the 'dope' and bring home a vic

throughout the State for their Saturday afternoon when the much- which the society holds our institution last Saturday afternoon, the Engineers tory. Florida has never had a real

ability and the press noticesthe talked of Faculty nine crosses bats as a center of influence. I won the title for the year, showing in the S. I. A. A. meets, be- k

State Capitol tel*ify to with the stately Seniors' in their an- The society having selected the U having won from each of the other cause of the small teams that have .

performances there. nual baseball game on Fleming Field. of F. as the recipient of this excellent 'I colleges previous to this game. been sent up in the past. However, >-

'dune Butterfly,' one of the This will be the last chance that I collection, will, from time to time, The first games played were between the orange, and blue representatives .

will be put on Friday eves the faculty: will have to put one over add to. the large shipment of immensely the Teachers college and the have always made a very creditable -.

the quaint story of a JapapH on this year's graduates, and they valuable material which has 'i Aggs. and resulted in a victory for showing and their hard work has been

who has innoently contract- are out for a decisive victory. just been received. In time this will +I the Aggs. by a score of 222. This I II rewarded this year by the sending ofa

iBon-binding' marriage with a U. S-s-h (don't breathe a word of this become a most important (section of ,,. wa hardly an interesting contest, as larger team. Last year with only

.&TJ officer. In the second act of to the 'seniors), but the writer caught our library, and if at any future'time the score remained one-sided all one man, Arthur Sollee, entered in #

opera, after three years absence, I a glimpse of several of the faculty the legislature sees fit to erect a separate through the game. However, it was the meet, Florida secured sixth place

iScer, returns to Japan with an I members in secret practice the other building for our literary work: I I in this game that Richbourg disco among a large number of entries.

bride. In the scene por- afternoon, and from the manner in there will in all probability be a room I ered that he was really a wonderful The' men who are making the trip I Iare
pitcher. A word of advice (keep it
set aside for sort of library ani .
Madam Butterfly in wonder- which they handled the horsehide it a worthy representatives of the "
quiet Rich or the big leaguers will be
iSitfc itfll awaits the-return of her I will be no risky prediction to say museum to be devoted exclusively to 'Gator University and should make a
after for their pitching staff: before
jw tad upbraids Susuki, her faith- that the seniors will have a hard tus- these documents and antiques famousin you good show when pitted against the i
I the end of the year)
ennt. for her doubts of his I sle ahead of them. Dr. Leake, in the history of our State. rack stars of the South. Arthur ';

'/ !kj and honor. In this act Miss I what is probably the regulation fac- All the boxes of which the slip- The Engineers, Arts and Sciences Sollee who was entered in the Meet, ."
and Lawyers battled for the position "
i wine: Reece of of ment was comprised have not L-''n held in Atlanta last year, capturedfirst
has the stellar role ulty uniform, consisting a pair semi
I of the contenders in the
as one
those!! who have heard her. are old breeches and a khaki shirt, looks opened yet but of the few that have finals and the luck fell to the En place in the broad jump with a ,

ending in their praise of her like a real ball player. When ques- been inspected there are many things: gineers. leap of 22 feet and one inch, and ;
he worthy of mention. There are books* also placed in the pole vault. This 4
il 1 voice and dramatic ability. tioned in regard" to the matter The championship came off
which date back to the very founding game he is even better than he was
ieece there
is modestly stated that were year
a graduate in voice very last Saturday afternoon and was an
of the commonwealth; maps that dateback last season, and should have little
I better than himself
rear at others
the Florida State Wo- so many interestirg and exciting contest all
as far asli94, drawn in a crude trouble in repeating these performances. -
College and until he would probably play water
through the recom- the way through the full nine in-
fairly accurate manner, showing also be entered in the
yet He wilt
L'i ProfI: and
a of her bat boy. Rogers
teacher has been boy or ings of play. Coleman, pitching for
of trees represent forest and who has
drawings 100-yard everyone
.etd: a Secretary White look like real fast to have
scholarship at the Cincin- the Engineers seemed( just a
fish to indicate water, etc.; portraits seen him step off this fast dash knows ,
Conservatory of Music to study I players, although it is not known exactly little the edge on Walden. the Agg.
of numerous roted men that he will pet someone a fast pace
the well known oratoric singer, what brand of ball it is that he hurler, ard the game, went to the followers !
: have had important parts to pla:, in when the pistol is fired.
Beddoe Several Florida State plays. The real strength of the faculty of the'slide rule by the narrow
W the making of our historic past; old O'Neil Cox has been what might be
students have been awarded nine, however, will lie in Coach margin of two runs, the final score
Indian bowls, and mortaris in which called an infant prodigy in track
kips in the and have Kline, Prof. Beck, Dr. Manchester, being 108.
past, they ground their grain; ancient muskets work. He was not sent up last year,
splendid records advancedthere. Prof. Reed, and a few others of the This game marked the close'of the
as famous best to let him
that were used in com ; because it was thought
pwntg I same calibre who haven't forgottenhow I inter-class college games, and one of
that before .
old battleships another of experience
bats of get year
the ; parts
Other handle glove and wield most interesting series
soloists who to a the best; and
will on and I kind. He
appear saw service in the Civil War. entering a big meet of this
., program are Miss Rosalia Gon- willow.. more objects that are of inestimable of games played on the college cam will be the 'Gator representativein

Miss Edna Greer and Miss The Seniors have a very good team many value to the student of his-1 J pus this year. the mile run, and it is almost a
1 eliminate the Juniors .
$ =: to
Mosley. good enough
safe prediction that he will place in
!. the inter-class race and wnen tory. AND QUIRKS. F
members in so-I QUIPS
u of the choir who will The offices of the Historical this event.
i Part in the concert this year ,the two teams meet Saturday ciety are maintained in Jacksonville. r Sheppard is a newcomer this yearin

nses Lelia Boring, Lilly Brun- "houl }>e a royal scrap from start to where they accumulate the material |I 3176." track work and his efforts so far

*rt4 Caruthers, Edythe Dann, finish. and from where this .shipment was j Opportunity, they say, knocks at have been more than satisfactory to

ftoarney, Alfreda Fuge, Eve- made. :Mr. C. S. Fleming is in j every man's door, but she doesn't set Coach Atkinson. He is a 440-yard <
Ga tes, Rosalia As bulldog of the athletic exchequerI there his alarm clock.A the and
Gonzalez, Edna student charge of the society's affairs j man and will bear orange '

Ruth Holmer, Vve Jones, feel the members of the I and it was largely due to his efforts. blue insignia in this) race.
know how the financesof hobo is a lucky dog in somme re
long, Florence Matthews, body should that the U. of F. was so favored. O. D. Lennard has been one of the
association have been handled. For instance. it is not neces-
Hasselwhite, Hazel Myers, the Gainesville being centrally locate spects. surprises of the year. In th&inter-
r f in unpaid bills I for him to juggle his brain as
Osborne, Kathryn Reece, With perhaps $50.00 will render this collection accessibleto sary class and inter-college meets he has t
Association has a balance whether he will take an upper or
; to
Roberts the Athletic who be of strength to
Margaret Stanford, one in the State may been a
C6 Nettie Mae Webster, to date of $150.05 the first timein interested.any Especially in the case of I a lower, and upon arriving at his Freshman class and to his college
of the associa- I the baggage problem
e West,, Frankie Wharton. the recent history historians: will this convenience destination team. His 220-yard run and also
a \ 1kes that it has not had a debit in prospective the least of his worries. hundred yard
: tion in the
Miriam McCall, Ella be appreciated, as they may his performance
Opperman, Dean of'School of the spring. This is the more that sur- find in one body the accumulated Popular-what a bill collector ain't.A dash are all that could possibly be de-

and Emma E. Boyd, Director. prising when it is remembered knowledge which has been built up sired Some of the old time athletes twill
; has been who thinks all
there gink
seat tickets sale during the past year the untiring efforts of sev- pessimist-a find a fast pace set for them
are on of $750.00, and moonshiners will go out of busi-
debit the
a. paid a former eral patriotic and loyal citizens who when Lennard gets away in these
expenditures -
that there were unprecedented of our ness.
the glorious pas events.
; ball '
Apr promise: A fool and his for football, basket baseball Stat eand desire it to live on throuih With these men to represent the

are soon and track equipment and orange and blue the student body
Inor.: parted. -E. C. BECK. the years. twinkle little star, that the Uni
P rnise: All men are hastily trips. Twinkle, should at least feel sure

r;..from their shekels. If an iconoclast is a breaker of How I wonder who you are; versity of Florida will be at least a

*Ol: Therefore all All the world Iov4a lover-with images, would a monoclast be a With your movie ways so cute Serious.contender for the initial hon-

men are the possible exception of the only smasher of monocles? And your dimpled cheeks to boot. ors in the S. I. A. A. Meet this year.t .

,one for whom he gives a hang.

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His Appearance Not Always on Na- .

tional Occasions-Report That He .-

I Will Visit Alaska Before the Sum- \

t, By EDWARD B. CLARK. GAINESVillE Offers of Retailing. IVi Foot Ball \ BaseBall Lawn Ted
Washington.-President Harding apparently i
does not Intend to wait on the Limited number : Hardware of all Kinds.
j I adjournment of ctxisress to begin his
ELECTRIC SUPPLY Service Fellowships
i ( public appearance In different parts
of the country a*> a speaker on occasion $700-$800 i THE THOMAS COMPANY

I of civic Hi:;K>rtance. Probably Class work in morning

the President realized from the record COmPANY Store service in afternoon t Phone 22
of congress" since 1907< that If he
,, waits on adjournment he will get few FLASHLIGHTS Partciulars write:
i In chances one or to two leave ears Washington since that, for earlier only I Dr. Norris A. Brisco .................... .......

date has there been any long extended LAMP SHADES Director-32 Waverly Place -r.::: ;; J y. -,' _'
breathing spell for the national legis-
lators. New York City. I
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The President In reviewing the .. ,.. .... t
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i North Atlantic fleet as commander In %When you need anything deet.iml. '

I s chief of the navy performs a service duty which all presidents undertake
512 East Main Street Telephone J-: "TOP O'THETOWN"Largest ..aI
ouee or twice In
the course of their The Lyric ,
Incumbency of high office. Soon the

President will begin his excursions Into Novelty ,; All Year Round Hotel .
the title field. Already he has tilled .
In State
one New York eng:jgement, and made
mother one for the early fall at Birmingham SuitingsThey The Home

t t' : Ala. A delegation of citizens -.
of Alabama came to the White Tampa Florida

House! the other day headed by Sena-' are the latest Creationsfor

tor Underwood and asked the Presi- the well dressed man H
dent to go to Birmingham within few
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1 I seeks, but he found this impossible for Spring and Summerwear. .OF "3
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I and promised to go later.
More than any other President who t I

:' has held office In recent years, Mr. 4I t

;,r: speaking Harding seems engagements to be willing on occasions to make!'; Price: rom $23 to $60 Good PicturesW. I I: uREEI LEAF & CROSBY COMPANY I It tt t

i! which represent local activities rather Nick Damatt/ "Noted for Quality"
{, than those of national life. Already
.t he has spoken at the Gridiron club dinner f4'fi
'; In Washington, at an assembly of t Diamonds, Fine Jewelry, China, Cat Glass and Silverware

the Knights of Pythias! and soon he Cleaning Pressing and Altering S. DORSEY & CO.

wI: I Is to address an association of bank- 121 E. Union St. Evcrrtiing In Groceries I 104 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fit.Seicccion .

: I i ers In Washington.New For Goodness Sake Drink t

1 York Trip a Necessity. Phone ill DORSET'S DMJGHT: COFFEE' ; Packages Sent on Request

The trip to New York the other day OOCXXOOOCCOOfJcwJOOOOOOOO:: ( I Class Plat, Rings, Medals, Trophies.
Ion + + + A
the t
occasion! of the
i unveiling of the .
I I:ptatue of Samuel Bolivar was undertaken It Is possible*y Go that to before Alas :the a. summer J. S. BOD J F OR, D J
because no President with due .
(I a Is over President Harding will go to -- .r .i ... .... _...al -- ..... a

I j _could regard have to declined International the Invitation.courtesies Of Alaska. If he does and! undertakes & COMPANYDRUGGISTS r .,.... -.. -- -- -. -. ,.., ... .. 411 -_ .... .....
I to find out what Is wrong with Alaska, \
I|course It Is not intended to intimate ,
I If anything Is wrung \\ith it, he will
I that Mr. Haridng' did not want to go have to listen to representatives of J

j but the occasion was one that deIpianded two sIdes of a sharp controversy. The I

1 ]j:Washington"' his presence.of South Bolivar America.was Th the Alaska railroad problem, just at pres -- t AUTO SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES
ent. Is a perplexing one. Under the
!{President left the capital to take hart ORAH r
|i In the Bolivar ceremonies at a time authority of congress a railroad has ', j GOODYEAR
been built In Alas by the government N ORTON'S and AJAX
i when duties
; were pressing heavily
and there are rumors that It Is TIRES AND TUBES
i !upon him. OVELTIES. !
going to cost a great deal more thanIt
I i Conferences are still going on be- ; VE-SERVE-SATISFY
was expected to cost, that It cannotmake ART t -
"' i ttween the President and the leaders of and GIFT SHOP; .
:bis party In any money niter It Is completed Uak.r of Picture Frames
congress concerning the
y later I legislate program.Vlieii! once and chosen that from the line a business of Its route was badly I Gainesville Auto Supply Company
standpoint. --
his views definitely are understood by ---- I
If the President
'I goes Alaska he
the party nun who will !
attempt to
probably will take two of his
+ ,4 cabinetofliCt'rs FLORIDA BARBER I
tarry them out In congress, the President SHOP
i him both of whom
: will feel footloose to meet en- concerned In behalf of their departments are For Students and Others -d..r r ... ..._____.- __ .. r"
Tdgements In different
parts of the
;I ; rountr .. It Is said that he likes to I about matters in the territory. SharM 20c. Haircuts 35*. WKffiaWffiffiffiffiHBM$ $
I Secretary Fall of the
1 hake speeches and as he Is known as Interior depart West Side $quar\. Ga1DM Tills]
ment today har under his charg... th. I
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I. i nvuiruuue of an ondor, rather of the work of completing the Alaska rail I '
Old-day style, the I I
average person likes road. The secretary probably will I Ii !
;, to hear him speak want y;
to know all about the things as his
Something has been said
prior to
,i lhi time about the chances that this nredeccssor In office handed them<< downto J. W. McCOLLUM:\ & CO.

mould be "a trailing administration." him. Secretary of the Navy Denby DRUGGISTSThe
also Is likely to go to Alaska", with Rexall i FELLOWSYou
!Ft' Store
p cretary Denby started a trip of Inspection -
: the President': If the Journey Is undertaken I
of the North Atlantic fleet was Agents for .
t i It supposed In the be-
then In southern waiters on the week Liggett and Norris'.Candle
ginning that the Alaska
t be entered office. Assistant secretary i Gainesville Always Welcome at -; Y;
bring coal a i
enough out of the -
i: of the Navy K ose\elt has followed territory j '
I i to supply coal to the navy and "l No!
fult. Announcement has Just been I ,
:t to supply American domestic! -
trade to i
made that Secretary Weeks soon will 'Importance of
some extent It Is said that there Is Physiognomy. MILLER'S
go to Panama to. get an understanding Do you believe
1 a man with
1 tome hitch In the coal matter. a rtxM** :
s} ing of conditions there, which It la I tag chin is likely to get along is well .
;t rumored are not of the best. to this world as a man with a chin I ;
It The civil administration and the I I I I that projects' "It all depends there is anything we can do for you I
i : Truly Good Man. ,
t.t A good man is happy: within him i receding chin Is If a the son man of the with, the !If let us know'': '
self, and Independent
I as part them It Is said, upon ; dent of the company and the man with
i i j; there are labor troubles of one kind kind to his friend temperate to his et} j the. robin that projects is merely work- I
emy. religiously just, I
Indefatigably latonous. r4 his
t; or another war up from the bottom .
t and he discharges all duties ., -.>iJd? oe Inclined! to feel that I ,
with a constancy and centrally of soy ,' '"' not be pl1'lIcgQuId :. YY1hYi; _
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I I/-' REMARKS AT RANDOM I, through the efforts of Mr. I
: Bishop. He was garbed ir all the!
Etheredge, the star deelaimer .
"If It's Information You Want Go T 0'- : the class of '24, is out for that regalia of the hickie hick which was >

1 Freshman medal, and is a man Soph-the in the perfect hour. accord He showed with the marked question ability of : E ?. E R1'! y ..BLE :C ,

GAINESVILLE DAILY NEWS II Sophs wil have to watch. Eberwine.
THE as an entertainer, and the assemblage
also, is a strong contender who has acknowledged the fact with much en- MEETINGOLecfpr. ,

marked ability. thu; iasm.

The lady in the case. Mme. Du- Chatham and Others '
Stanly and Hoskins will bear, the Dyer
!fi! Yi Y1YYY! standard for the shay impersorated by Jeacle, was On Program Presented Some Interesting -
g $Y; ;! YiSfil! opposition. In these indeed most realistically ravishing, '
and.Valuable Material to
two men the "rats" will have to face
and greatly added to the interest of '. 4Y.
Club Members.
some of the most convincing eloquence
: -
the proceedings. The position of
NEW YORK RACKET ji to be found among the next
THE year's Juniors. judge was very ably and humorouslyheld AG. CLUB NOTES K

Agent ForFlorsheim j j by Charley Carleton. G. B.
1 Simmons performed the duties of
Shoes. \\i The inter-mural and class baseballgames lerk in true legal style; O'Bryant The Af!. Club met in regular ses-
; I staged under the supervisionof ior Monday night May 9th, and en-
o represented the executive arm of the ioved short though interesting, jnrogram.Mr
Dr. Manchester the a
director of
'aw in the person of the sheriff: .
Yr.h: Yi!: Yiai!:! !fi physical education, are doing much Johnson, Bullock and Walker were
c. J. Leter spoke learnedly on
I toward
generating and interestIn
-- - -- pep the attorneys for the defense while the subject "Culture of Citrus Fruits -
,It'In students.On the national. pastime among the Sweeny, Turner and Peeden plead- in Florida. He told of the process

, j the case of the plaintiff. Various ;, of producing the stock from seed. ;

':-.., < ,.. I witnesses were called by both sides! \ transplanting the seedlings and finally : f. ;"
'" = ': I account of school nearing a and a jury of six was selected from budding the stock, pointing out x[ ,

'close the "Y" team will} not play anymore the audience. I the best sorts of budwood, land. etc. ,t,;,'
fl- Lr -17 < i games this season, according t. The whole affair was well carried to select. ',' ;

: WtU btta; -01Ct711 ; a statement made by Mr White who gut in a very humorous manner, and "Landscape Gardening" was pre- :: 4;
I was manager of the club. Altho he --l-
all concerned performed their parts sented by Mr. R. F. Chatham in a -
number of games played were not numerous -, remarkably welt perfectly. gorgeous manner. He -

:: The Smile Follows the Spoon I. the showing made by the 'Ga- ; pointed out the davantages of thin

tor ineligibles was of the best. Thev Our new president. Bill Bivens. -ourse, which is one of the courses .

., : I ran up against a ;nag when they hit mounted a chair in the mess-hall last I i ered in the Ag. 'College and advised
Daytona, getting the small end of a Tuesday and led a duet of "Long *very man to work it into his college cnurse

II I \9 to 1 score, but they more than madeup Gators," one for each of the traoV if possible, for it will be of

I for this by handing the fast Cuban and tennis teams that left on that real practical value in the years to

..... ... ... ..... -I Stars a dual drubbing. day. That's the spirit, Bill. With come. The man who comes to college ;
{ pen, like that we can {'show"'em something should study more of these cultural _a

.O O O +v +..+ t\ Anyone desiring something with a about shoving the old pigskin subjects, for without them one could J -
"kick" are invited to seek out the across next fall. not be considered a truly educated

rifle range. person.. 3_
AMERICAN( SHOE REPAIR COMPANYAND The Seminole is at the press now 1 Mr. U. J. Dyer, speaking along the -3 -: '

< Capt. Arthur Sollee, who made sucha and will be out in time for each man same dine related some of the ber.e- ".<

SHINE PARLORGeo. 1 wonderful showing in the S. I. A. to take along when he packs up his fits that can be derived from a study, .
'' A. last year, left early this week with troubles and elopes from ol<* U. of !,of Bacteriology along with the other ;.ftI
< re-enforcements to stack, up with the : F. There are several new depart- I Ag. subjects. He poke of the field -i

Tampas and Louis Eliades, Proprietors 5> best in the South. The leader. of the I ments this year and to all indications I embraced by this science, of its' im- = r-

115 West Main Street North-Phone 139. J 'Gator speed squad is in great form it will be bigger and better than ever 'wrtance and of its relation to scientific a

1 EOiWeatherwar, Agents' Franklin T.West ;> and to all indications he will garner before.A : agriculture. He recommended }
GoMTffl Florida > the number of points he got last year t'>at it be taken by every mon even

I with a few extra. The other members PSALM IN CHEMISTRY1.Dr. though it is not required by some '.
,. ,
; of this wing-footed quartet are ,courses. '
.............. 9 <> +. 4 Cox, Lennard and Sheppard; who are Leigh is my teacher, I shall I I We want .every one who is eligi-
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to demonstrate to the other not fear. ble to vote to be out at the next meeting '
_..... :-- ,-::: '" -- :::: k"' ...L, B \expected contenders that the 'Gator is not the 2,-He maketh me to produce the ; for the election of officers for 1'j ,.

THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENTOF slowest animal in captivity. croods be leadeth me into the depthsof i next year. We want to elect _officers j sk
Chemistry. who will put spirit in the club, so !
Coach Kline is contemplating organizing 3.-He restoreth my knowledge, bs that will do even greater things in .; .
THEUNIVERSITY 4 a baseball club to represeit leadeth ire in the paths of Charles' the future than it has done in the }-

OF GEORGIA the city of Gainesville in garres to be 'and Boyle's law, for Chemistry'ssake. 3)ast. We will have the pleasure'of
All Residents of the State Free of Tution arranged with other towns ir the Mstening to short speeches from be then
I Any man, in the city or in 4.Yea, though I walk through the 'enior present so everyone
Laboratories fully equipped with latest apparatus. State.University will be eligible for this depths of Chemistry I fear no 'evil,

.4 Clinical years taught in new and complete hospitals.All 'Ii.the the idea being to obtain the for Dr. Leigh is with me, thy pencil

the medical and surgical charities of Augustaand team, material to be found and grade book they comfort me. French Colleges Offer Fellowships to,

Richmond County under control of the Medical t best possible No definite arrargements have {f._Thou preparest a fiftybeforeme American Men. -

Department, thereby assuring a wealth o f clinical here.been made yet, but there will be in- in the presence of my classmates !' -\ In appreciation of the fellowships ,z

material II later for the benefit of thou fillest thy gradebook with awarded to French''students in Amer ilea
Entrance Requirements! : Two years of college who are interested. zero's. my anger runneth over. an offer of 17 graduate scholarships ,
Work (as prescribed), which with the first two years of ( those 6.--Surely goodness and mercy i has bene received by the American

medicine entitles the student to a B. S. Degree.For Private McLane} wl:!'ch will help through the day of my council on education from the
trial of
further information, addresss the I The staged in the auditorium of Peabody chemistry, or I shall dwell in Chemistry national office of French universities.The .
was has offered -
of .
MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA t Hall last Monday right, was forever. University
DEPARTMENT OF 4 THE PROSPECT.An and the University of Tou-
The costumes ten .
Georgia"A sensation.
Augusta, quite a
Medical School With A College Spirit"DORAN'S \ and speaking parts were all designed l louse, seven.-Californian.

J"- ---"ii '''''w.-; -il'b.:: :.If.; and concocted by the members of the optimist-a fellow who steersa
I _._ Peabody club, and to their credit it refreshment dispen- ,A!-'
into a
-- -- female the stcoking, "I'll ,
originaland the shoe to
they were Said
I must be said that her to order a
and expects "
and sary through
The hall was packed wear a hole you.
spicy. "1'11'be
given was "dope. Said the stocking to the shoe,
applause '
the generous -
; their apprecia- darned if you do. i
testimony Not!
SHOP strong Eyes and See "
t tight skirt- Said the tree to the brook, i
East Main Street tion.Just before the beginning of the Maiden were bold across you,"
t high-eyes
immediatelyafter Steps were brook to the tree, "I'll be
FOR and and Said
y legal proceedings :\Ie--I looked the other way- do.-Rocky Mt.
t the jury was forming 1 old! dammed if you
while Darling, I am growing
I their decision/ the audience merriment was- -Record. Collegian. 1 1I

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I. i I F -,Official. Publication Office and Press of Student: Basement Body of Language University HalL J Florida VISITS JAX 'WITH I You cant beat these values: \

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: STAFF DR. BRISTOL MON. i i i !:fiI

; : HERBERT FORD ...a EDITOR-IN-CHIEF I I I We're cleaning up our odd suits unsold-the'y." Hart. Scaf} cert
all .to
finest suits for this : purchan-models ta.I
Sixteen :Men Went Over to Inspect! I : stubs--'oung m U's hll more conservative,
and stYle.:
HORACE LOOMIS _u._ ASST. MANAGING EDITOR Jackson I' g; regulars to tailor, pncedlfi t
Large Business Plants in !Y; clothes cost more
ville. 1 I !:
TREATED BY FIRMS\ THAT m to $48.50 i if
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Purity Ice Cream Company and Jack- I l !LiI FORMALLY
Jsonville Cracker Works Are Royal !fi F
t B. O. SMITH A. T. MOORE Hosts. '. !f1

I .--- I i 57.0) to s $80.00 i

t Entered at.Gainesville, Fla., postoffice as Second Class mail matter. Dr. Bristol's class Business Ad- m >' I' :

i Subscription:,$1.50 the year. ministration enjoyed a most ."
tive visit to Jacksonville \ instruc-j

...-....... --- --_._Uh.----- -- _u-_ n .n...._. '..'.m.... ..--- Tuesday of this week, I5 :k
1 journeyed-over to view the problemsof I !

I ." everyday business affairs from the I
THE NEW' STAFF. practical standpoint BrothersI
: :
Eighteen members of the class left '

1 Sunday spending the night in the !f; I

Florida metropolis. All day Mondayand !:
(( ; The newly elected staff' of the Florida Alligator makes its format Tuesday they inspected some of !R f1R TAMPA FLA
; debut with this, our first issue. We feel sure that the entire the largest business houses in Jack- ,

student body will co-operate' and help in every way possible in sonville. Among those that were
I an effort to r:ake the Alligator a publication worthy of the Uni- visited were Armour and Co., Packers -

versity which it represents and one that will. compare favorablywith s ; Commodore Point Terminal Co., I i.t

any college paper in the South. i J Ch ek-Neal Coffee Co., Merrill-Stev-

;. Through the editorial column we intend to introduce and outline I ens Foundry Co., Cohen Brothers Department y&ssSSSRSSSEaBffiffiffifiHSWHa

.. i .. policies which we believe will be for the best interests of the i. Store, Thomas Advertising !: !fi! !: YY; ;! !Ji -
University of Florida. In the past the editorials have not been Co., Atlantic National Bank, Jack-

read as widely a's they should possibly have been, and this has sonville Cracker Works, Florida Me-

: been due more than likely to the conditions under which they tropolis and Drew Press.

i I were written. The editor-in-chief has been a senior and usually At the large refrigerator plant of I
You Can Lead Cork to Water but
i on who has been overburdened with other important duties. Armour and Co., the class had a live. I a

I Largely on this account the editorials, or some of them at least, ly scrap with snow balls, althoughthe You Cannot Make it SinkDon't

'; 1 + have been hastily written. Next year the editor will be a Junior, thermometer outside the storage

I and will have sufficien time to write editorials which should be of rooms remained at about 90 degrees.
let this suit value going to tell
; interest to everyone connected with the University. The rooms are cooled by large over- we are

I 0 'There is only one request that the new staff would like to make head pipes through which ammonia you about float on your imagination on but let it
I ; to the student body at large, and that is that the various mem- passes. These pipes are covered

,o bers show more interest in their suden publteaion{ and assis in with a heavy frosting, which res '.rabies sink in your mind until you find out that seeingis

; he turning *in of material which they think will be suitable for snow in appearance I believing.: Absent treatment wont get you one
publication. The staff alone cannot put out a successful paper The Purity Ice Cream Co., is one J

without the help of the student body. With this assistance the of the firms which believes that the I of these all wool Kisc balm. flannel suits i n

1921-22 staff of the Florida Alligator promises to turn out a best way in which to reach a man is I
paper which every man in the University will be proud to refer through his stomach. Here the fel- j either single or double trusted style at $25

to as 'His' college weekly. lows were treated to all of the ,
I ice'I
cream that they could eat and I

t I 1--4 treat wan duplicated at the Cracker I
Works. Here every man was given : Bu-nctt The

I THE GATOR TRACK. TEAM. the freedom of the plant, and could I Clothier

1 eat all of the cakes and crackers that
4 they desired. Then when th were 't1n-g: ;!. !fi-fi! Sif Kf5ffif2f2IWir! SSffiSlf! !i .Fi.J : .
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I ready to leave every man was given -

The 'Gator track team left early this week for the any-::ial S. T. a large box of crackers and a box of r 'v Dismal Damsel-Oh, the motes
A. A.' track meet, which will be held this year at Sewannee College candy. w A. DYE HAS of this place. I fear that before tk I I

l or as it is called The University of the South. fhe four The manager of the Thor=as A i ke; I day I, over it will drive me wild! I

I orange and blue representatives are all worthy men, and we bid tising Service gave the men *n in. :' OPENED> OFFICE Darling Devil-May I come aras i.
them God Speed on their journey to add to the laurels of the esting and instructive lecture on pr.t'- this evening?
University of Florida in this iieet.! tical advertising that will be of he! t'' Punch BelL
1 '" Last year we had but one preservative, but by his exceptionalwork in later work. !IN GRADE NTOWI\

the Baby University captured sixth place in a large number The Florida boys were treaf,*i

:, I of entries. This year with four men instead of the one of last royally at every turn, and they te" Former I
Editor ftII
of Alligator Will "Well,
season, the University of Florida should make a good showing lieve that the trip will be a get Wife: "reminiscing) "
Practice Law in Manatee John.
when pitted against the best college athletes in the South. help to them in their work. County nearly didn't marry you,

$: y We take this opportunity of thanking Captain Atkinson for his Those making the trip we:'!!: DT' f Teat. I John (absent mindedly) "I Mt kiiIbut QIo

; t untiring efforts towards the development of a track team for the Bristol, I. W. Scott, K. G. Di.n! ui_ ,* ---- who told youRocky

{ University. Al lof his work'was done voluntarily, and he deserves S. Pomeroy, G. C. Huie, J. H. Huie. The following is a reprint fronTtherapa legian..
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O! the thanks of every student here. The wonderful track Frank Angle, Earl Miller, Tom Sale. : Morning Tribune, containing I
:t and a winning team will stand as a monument to his efforts here Richard Stanly, Randall Hughe '. ; :on !interesting account of the former dist church.
a this year. George W. Milam. A. A. Ames, E. A. Ed.:.; r-iii-Chief of the Alligator, who During his days at GainesviBe eIe!
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: .. grrduate-i from
the Tw
yy University last The
unampun, F. Dye correspondent
___ _________ ______ __ ___ _ __ ___-JI t ; Horace t.i.lOUl, i' year and is now located in Braden- was and ot
Bange, John E.Maines and NewtonD. une, reporting sports
St. John town: j events at the university, and 51
Dewey A. Dye, former Tampan graduation he has been an oecaa-
has recently opened a law office in stories lit
First Stude-I've found a way to contributor of feature
O beat the Honor System. Bradentown, the county "seat of Man- was editor-in-chief of the AlligaW

ANY Second Stude-Let's have it. atee county, at the location formerly the weekly newspaper published
:! occupied by Charles T. Curry, in 'I and ft
V V Quality-Service First Stude-Memorize the text- the University student body
whose office he has been *
prior to Mr. annual
book. -Punch BowL editor-in-chief of /the
Currys death lad month. His ex- I Seminole, putting out the 1919 i

;! Well, Well! perience consists of a successful 1 of that book. The Brief, tie oieiI
completion of '
the three-year law Intel
He Shall Delta phi
we hug and kiss or play organ of the Phi
\ the Victrola? course offered by the legal depart-I i tional Legal Fraternity, of whid.is .b

t g Featuring' She--Well, I haven't any of the late ment of the University of Florida, (I| a member, and the Central
'" records. -Sun Dial. Gainesville and an apprenticeship of Journal of St. Louis, have COI1
Everything That a Good Department Store Should fourteen months under the excellent articles from his pen.
I tutorage of the late Mr. bit.terI
I My sweetie's lips are lips like wine, Curry. Dr. Dye s father, one of the.
He is a member of Haisley Lynch i
I Inviting, rosy red; known feature Wfl
Post. newspaper
Legion, Gainesville, 1\
: She is the sunshine of my heart- and president of the Wesley Brotherhood the "show me" State, was

j t I The moonshine of my head.-Banter. class of the Bradentown Metho- Tribune about nine years agoO -

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i #:hceci t Guj :.f 1 +* + BY+or.. F.. +WEST* +, Jr. + $ .++ Northwestern School-University Law H B. M. TENCH H

(The oldest Law .
School in >

rt .. -/. : I \y Greetings e. We to the girls from F. S. Summer Session from Monday Chicago June) O Gainesville 0 ,
are glad to 20 to ,
". \ : you with August 20.
:I JUs
: Fall
term begins
A Good Place to Eat : Our Monday, September -
hope is 26 E
being that you enjoys Florida E _
as much as we enjoy haying Candidates for a degree are re-
you. quired to present (
proof of satisfactory

0t .......................4 Pi Kappa -Alpha' Reception.' completion study. of three years* of college -I| S H 0 E 8 .

The members of the Pi Kappa Alpha College graduates may complete}] See Vidal Drug Company

Fraternity entertained the ladies the law course in three academic ."or Drugs, Stationery, Toilet -.0

\ t : III Rest uraat and Lunch Room of Gainesville with an informal reception years (27 months); for all others four Articles, C&ldi.a

n at the Elks' Club Friday afternoon academic years (36 months) Is re- Sc..cenir Cards, Waterman Pan

I FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN May 6th, in honor of Moth quired. .t _..- .-- ---
er's Day. For bulletins and detailed information : EVERYTHING
Halt a Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot The guests were greeted at the door address Secretary of the Law ';

Galnesvllle.Florid and ushered to the reception hall by School, Northwestern University JOS. J. SEYKORA

1 different members of the fraternity. Building, 31 West Lake Street, Chicago .

A vry interesting program was I1L i I Phou s 107 Gainesville Florida --::o ;

presented as each
member selectedone fififfiffiSiffiffifraiffinffiH! ! ffi! !fifi! !
1'i' :...... ;::c:: of the ladies for "mother," for the ,

time being. As it was impossible to j, ,"

,:..... ---- have their own mothers present. ..-

Dr. Crow made a very interesting. TARR FURNITURE, CO., Inc. f

I Popular Goods at Popular Prices talk on "Mother'-s Day", which was -

atBURKHIM'S. responded to by Mrs. W. M. Pepper. $ Tampa, _
Fruit punch was served throughout -

i the afternoon, the refreshments Sales Agents For

consisting Music for of this ice cream occasion and was cake.fur- !21fi 2 Berkey and Gay Furniture, Globe Wernicke Sectional Books .

t : nished by the University orchestra.The Cases Aeolian Vocalion Pathe Kitchen
Phonopragph, Napanee -
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entertainmen was very appro-
DO BUSINESS. WITH I priate and enjoyed by all as upon the Cabinets, Belding Hall Refrigerators, Aerolux Porch m

departure of the gi/>sts many Shades, Premo-Eclipse Gas Ranges, Domestic Science Fire-

THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK I though of appreciation. were extended less Cookstoves, Robinson Rodgers "Re twell' Bedding. '
to the hosts.

fie New Million Dollar Bank" ''Resources Over $2,000,000! 11 Office Furniture, Floor Coverings, Draperies, China and
I Delta Rho Dance.A .
} I Glassware, Window Shades, Awnings. I I
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the past week end was a dance xtxxxxxxxx t YL x ; xxx x ,xs; ,x ;x ,

SJEfSKH BKHiffirra given by the Delta Rho Fraternity in ,
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I their attractive fraternity rooms on :
DICK REID I i last Satuprday evening. b MOUSE '
[ f\
j The invited guests began to wend German Scientists, Dra. Marten tJ \ =

their way to the place of merriment and Rolffs of Freiburg, Discover '
Modes of the Moment
t 3 about 9:30. Th night was ideal for Long-Sought Process. I I ., ;

Franklin Street -Tampa, Florida I I dancing, in which all participated and Indian Queen Hopes to Marry :..

Hats-Clothing-Furnishings .. enjoyed until the midnight hour. Berlin.-By a wonderful new processof Outside Race.
In cols
photographic calico printing
KSHSKffififfifiSWhile! !fififi! !:fi : !fiYi $ Beautiful selections were renc? re-* ors It Is possible to have family portraits ,-
by the Delta Rho orchestra. .
landscapes and other pictureson <
Ii' !.J.-t- L_ t ..-: : 0 $-.s Those present was the Ior-1( so::iet your sofa cushions, curtains or ta Juanita Ta-Ta-Ma, Esteemed th*

contingent aided by numerous vise.- blecloths at a reasonable price. Richest Red Madden In Oklahoma

in JacksonvilleG ing young ladies and frentlei.,,. The new process has Just been per Owns Valuable 011

fected at Freiburg by Dra. Martens Wells.
r C. E. Banquet. and Rolffs, two German scientists

.y J On list Saturday evening the Hitherto artists have had to carve Brpulpa Okla.-Ju'.atta Ta-ta-ma

Q O 'twentieth Century Club of Gaines- out designs on a series of wooden or "Qu en of the lichees," is declared to

r o 0 ; t I I9i"o r yule entertained tie deli.a'es of ',h times other rollers they put one them for each on color.copper Some b) be the richest Indian girl in Okla

r ;:; Florida State Chr.stiai; Endeavor homa. The queen l is 17 years old a
stipple suffragist and believes that "flat .
-onvent'on! with a banquet at the Ma- the artist paints
By the new .
feathers make fine birds. She Is raising -
onlc Temple. -- his pattern on a piece of paper which peacocks for the market Her

tn llrotqers 1 There were about 250 present or Is then copied with a camera on a peacock ranch, situated six miles

*r this occasion, and the delegates fro transparent film. The film Is wrapped southwest of Sapulpa) is a little gUld

't each district were seated together round a cylinder and a photograph obtained mine. Several male birds are valued '
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,,- ... ,- ___ __.'-.,=--.-- !' t a specific section of the dining hall. on at $300 eacJuanita ,
pleasing and ---- -- lives with her father, but
t | The program was very -
:telted yells ter Gunn and W. G. Wells hopos some day to marry a white man
attractive as numerous songs
. Glasses tee i each At fh "los" of the ban/vie*: the and learn to drive an automobile
t. rendered by
'and speeches were
drers like her paleface sisters and
new off i; were installed for he e.n-
1 ,a -strict convention. take an active part in woman's battlesfor
eD0! *'iJ1f The utjoip" Cantam C.
Our Own s ? v ar.

Lens Grinding equal rights She was crowned"queen"
J Hardee. made a verv anpre'iatvp
Senior Ag. Dinner Partv. ot.he Uchee Indiana at a recent t
'No f-rewell address, responded! to by the
Wilmon corn dance this city. lies
Delay Last night Dr. and Mrs. near
. Newell entertained the members of newly elected Captain, W. L. Glea- string of beads, consisting of 125 elk

.- son teeth, is valued at 10000.
the Senior Class of the Agricultural
U.Coles The Indian queen owns a quarter
& S .a College with a dinner party at Church their Script Dance. section of land In the heart of the oil

; attractive residence on East Saturday evening the Elks' Hub district and her royalties from oil are 1
ir : street aid to amount to several thousand
will he the scene of one of the "pep-
a .
All report havirg had a good time. dollar- every month. One of the largest
Opticians Gainesville, Florida pie t" dances of the season. Bob
oil wells ever discovered was drill ) fed
announce ;wansor's picked orchestra will render on her allotment. recently, which

... .. .. ... ........ ... ._ ..... _4II 411 '" The Sigma Nu Mr.Fraternity Sherman Moore, of: all the newest dance creations and adds $250 a day to her Income. Twenty
,' a new pledge '*+P prediction is that this affair will million cubic feet of natural gaa Is

Sanford, Florida.: r" thoroughly enjoyed from start to drawn from this well each day and
finish. experts predict It win continue to supply
j. Scabbard and Blade Banquet. girls here. that amoutn for the next ten

THE BON TON" : :M p, Blade The members an honorary of the national Scabbard military and Come The all Elks', and Club bring is your thep date.lace and yean.Her allotment was selected by her

their annual ban- through mistake: Her father, at tfra
fraternity, gave White House last Wednesday 9:30 is the time. The entrance fees .. time allotments were being made. In
; quet at ; one dollar. tended to file on a tract adjoining his
Refreshment Parr a i I evening, May 11th. I own-but the description given to the ,
of the eveningMr.
t In the earlier part Mr. D. L. ChrJstiance made one of alloting agent was for a tract six
: D. ore of the founders miles distant, which baa proved to be
Complete Line of Fraternity Stationery r P. Cam his scheduled trips to the Florida
Scroll and Saber, was initiated, week- worth more.
of the State College 'for Women last
Candies andTobaccoes of allKinds :I r after which all repaired to the White nd. While there he was the guestof "My peacock ranch Is merely t ,
t hobby," said Queen Juanita, "although
House. Coburn.
thoroughly 7 enjoyed Miss Dorothy It promises to be a profitable Industry
The evening was
Courtesy Service and Strictly Sanitary. was very in- The peacocks are great weather
r the
program .
as Messrs. Register, John Williams prophets. One of my prize birds foretells &
r! teresitng. Mr. C. J. Hardee was and Roland Ulmer spent the past a storm with accuracy. I value

I toastmaster: while several intellectual made- jreek-end in Largo, the guest of Mr.Ulmer"s him-at. -f 2Sn 4 \,
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MACCABEAN CLUB stage to a local society and has now were completed the men were entertained which- I II EAGIE"MKADO": PencUN o.l lJi, ;
with large banquet rr
received a charter from Beta Tau I I a
f NOW CHAPTER OF the largest national fraternity for I tine their charter was presented to .
i Hebrew students in the country. The them and later wit han informal I: 4w.:; .
charter here is Alpha Zeta and is the party in the chapter house of Dealer Made boli.; ,
r ZETA BETA TAU baby charter of the brotherhood. i University of Virginia. For SalI3 at, your THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAM
: The six charter members left the The fraternity now has 32 chap- ASK FOR EAGLE MIKADO
I University Thursday for Charlottsville I ters and approximately 3,500 mem- I
: Members Receive Charter at Charlottesville is COMPANY, NEW
Va., where they were to be installed bers aid the Alpha Zeta EAGLE
I Virginia, Last Week. .
This chap-
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} SIX. CHARTER MEMBERS / and Lee and University of ; ter was officially installed Saturday, :: .n, ,, +'IiII

INITIATED AT WASH. & LEE Virginia chapters. Assisting these 'May 30.TLe l

two chapters were representativesfrom charter members who were initiated ;
) Local Society Has Been in Existence II roviN
New York City, Cincinnati, at this time were: Murray
Here For Past Year and Has Been S'I
I Honored by National Fraternity. Philadelphia and Washington, while Cohen, M. T. Rosenhouse, W. J. S 5

the new,initiates were registered from noff, Harry Gordon, Montrose Edrthi i OTTO F. STOCK

x The Macabean Club of the Uni- 'Jacksonville and Vanderbilt. and Aby Chardkoff. i

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[: Speed eJuySi' tfBWyWWffiffiyiHa! 1 !fiY1! Y;

!IH is .Man.-OW r .
: University students, by patronizing t

the White House Dining Room, may

;: 01i enjoy the satisfaction of knowing

1 t they have the finest service and most
i!, TALK ABOUT being.
delicious food on the market.
QUICK ON the trigger. J JONE f i!
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1 OF our salesmen. and Banquets by special arrange

;;1 I ( ONCE SAW .r;'.'c: ment. For table reservationsI' Phi
1i a man.
:i ) i- tIt II No. 295.
II cIgarette.'i' :;', i
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AND STOP to light It. .
It. 1 E1 :'" The,White House Dining com t
JUST THEN a piece. -i.
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IN THE.one-arm. joints. 7 I BHBBS::>i>JrfnMK3C Jy. BBSCf*>wrtfffu ''.>?.ftf : ....
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THEY CALL. .'em "sinkers.") : Aberdeen Ruts. Brogue Oxford I Il l I

\ FELL' ABOUT* ten stories. .. ,: ',;: .-, Unequalled for Style i

I' :". i >',' $15.00 worth of pleasure for $9.29L. I
FROM THE lunch-box.
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AND BEANED the man.
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THE MAN rubbed his dome.
J AND BEGAN. ., "I was just. 5 : I !

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LIGHTING cigarette., 1
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Basement Language Hall
"GEE WHIZ I ," our man said. t rj STATIONlM; ,
"HERE-TRY mine.
//1Lj' L1 c MEMORY ROOKS, ETC.Everything 1 1y I
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f .- AND speaking of speed, the I The Phifer State Bank 1(901( )
.XJL fastest-growing cigarette
AND THE grinned.
1 4lT-lfAt, nr.s of 5C the market is this same Chester-
iFl. tt"c''r toc how field. The reason? Simple enough
Safe Accommodating
AND SAID "Son. I I' Strong and
you,: tf .*/- VSCUUOT- -people like 'em better. That ,
sea J i.-t.'' -* K-'i Ch ter- "can't-be-copied blend"that _
IF YOUR smokes.
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; 'TV* a.lf>ti.itey: price-that "Satisfy" taste-no -
AJR/TICrltT: .ticking- HAVE YOUR. .speed. wonder Chesterfields are leapingindeE.nit
,I the :igar9tt&s keep fresh ahead. On every count, they tee
I /y. THEY'LL. .SATISFY. ; all right." certainly do "Satisfy." I*


The Pepper Printing Company samples and prices

were approved by the commencement committee. All
the latest styles are offered and the prices are modest.
AH plates are delivered with the cards '

Orders for Cards Should be placed now e

Call and make your selection

II jI&q rIGARETTE Pepper Printing Co.

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In the heart of Jacksonville ,

.ALIVE STORE Condition Patients in of
: FOR'
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: MEN'S WEAR Washington.
>:? belief of
and who is
rehabilitation "..
veterans of the i

If you can't come write us and we'U fil] 1 your wants In of a the- 'i

past will dI : !
and all its :
will be the lot : '
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; SCRIPT DANCE J. mission physicians of t;

appointed to
tion and ,
They made a f
.. government I

m ml : the voiced almost that leading the the' 'd 1;I 1 i

lions !
ex-eoldlers i

Saturday May 14 9:30: P. M. I. dent consider of proper A the reJlrt.Harding plan the I t I f

I took driving t trt'present

Bob Swanson's Novelty Five :' to operation.secure )'shock.'I I I

I i its duty by
/ fore
From one
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Admission LOO of distributed the in ;

tions here
I United States
i Many men
shock class, ;

r L_ _____ -- !-_i_____ -- ___ ___u __ -___ not In a what state the of
in many In<;; !
OE.SHINE PARLORcIIESN1JT'S Standard and Popular complete rP<'
cussion:" and
i i Some Are Enormous but the Majority'of their work

'IDE STORE GOODSCOMPANY ]Pianos Them Are of. ModerateSize. although Shell the

The man
tCfRICH The monoliths of Egypt were as a Eon:: is just
iDEPARTMENT SHOE REPAIR Players late Of comparatively moderate size, titan who
"The Sportsman's Store"L. tad most of the building blocks were his lung but -
J .-.-.- & A. Outboard Motors Grands such as would generally be used today patients \'
of the temple of
but the pillars
'90 West Bay Street Phone 71H nor
808THAND SYSTEM Piano l uning the Sphinx are 16 feet In height by although of {
W YEN EAST LESSONS 4% feet In width and some others a shell
]Phonographs : :', are 20 to 26 feet In height. wounded or
the great columns, says
1 When
se men
eoTtrs ten lemons
easy .. built up
*B Co. Pathe the National magazine are service by
eeaFle Hardware
the Student, Pro- Baird \ :I in courses, and those of Luxor are ently were
l &liit Doctor two-thirds of the diameter
Lawyer or GOODS! BurnswickHenryWolf's I not solid Was possible
tag a professional career, SPORTING being filled In with a yellow concrete nervous
I which has not lost ;
UBfe cement
with 100 per cent eMi or face manlf
i j Its adhesiveness. These however. examined ]
&URs! i are of immense proportions condition
of 11% feet
shafts of 49 feet capitals membered
'JJ t nd !inexpensive, and is I and a diameter at the base of 11)4 raised a hu J
'J s money back fuaranUe'asfled. I feet. and that
Co. I At Karnak the columns of the main could not
D TmS CLIPPING TODAY Music I hall measure 65 feet In the shaft to each
1)5) i lotus flower capitals of 10 feet
PRESS with
: PUBLISHERS Gainesville, Fa| The man
R Hione 7 : additional; their 'largest diameter is cus lon on '
City, I I I 319 E. Main St. i 11 feet 8 Inches. Other scarcely temples were lest whom some 1
Ott Enclosed Satisfaction Guaranteed II supported by these who escaped
herewith U I lofty and impressive. Upon fragments
'bkb kindly send me your" South Sid Square columns immense blocks of hewn: rarity was
eoun. fe ten easy i omstmdwstood Matter for ComplaintA stone formed massive! architraves on created by
It the stone
fa flagging
that at the lawyer noted for hi- ignorance, which the ing shell.
he days I di\orc _: se In roofs was supported.
.. for
am not satisfied filed a petition in u to theEajptians even a
I I. and while not unknown
?-nt! "At c:"p" The arch
be that the air
gladly refunded. Carry Tour Old Hat U which he alleged rlefe-.dar. '-.ed to was for some reason seldom pr
times the out his body.
CLEANERS sundry r..inabU In the great temples. Bj
NEW YORK HAT pol50n'the piajnt'T wU}.-/'F used pillars from within
these Immense '
them what means
to I when the
CaUaG and the superstroo
Made New were carried up
Cleaned Blocked and and "' I' tare added Is something of a I'USle removed !
Candy. Confectionery I II to modern artisans who andatf sure
etq of Cigar Store !In Connection I Qualification. i /lifflcultles to be mat. his organs
ue fed Feed foraorsea Horses. Imported Greek Candy TSe. Ib.BI. I When men strive for posts of treat them -
to tbefJ'- t is
In like
Turkey. omebat p a
e must be l:
ItChen them in Arabia and BLIZIOTES. Prop. steady.-.Herbert t concussion
and _
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J j'! FIRST VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINMENT came on Saturday, April 9, this was the fist
GIVEN BY THE University! 'Day.-Rocky Mt. Collegian. played between these

VOCATIONAL CLUB A J Whereas, inscrutable in Athletics Georgetown took the _
I' an although U. of C. Very Successful first
GREAT SUCCESS merciful Providence has removed Defeating the University of Michigan /Tech's Eastern.Trip came back and 1t0l
i I: .t from among us the wife of one of our in track. Stanford University in of the East encounter. From WuI
,. The first vaudeville entertainment beloved members, we, the committee baseball, and Washington Universityin In the first invasion I team traveled to A11naPDil
,. staged by the Federal I that the baseball team has ever made they played
VocationalClub appointed by the Athenaeum Club, crew, completed the toll of ath- succesful. the Navy
Tuesday evening in Peabody and speaking personally, as well as letic victories for the teams of the the team was more than which wet t to a twe1ve._
k r Hall turned out to be a great suc- for it, do hereby make known the I University of California made in 1921. I, Representative teams were played o2 Maryland State proved to _
cess. great sorrow we ourselves feel, and In addition the California freshman the Jackets won the larger part 'fr and 1 took the Jacket tt'
I Some of the ,best local talent was the profound sympathy we have, for team beat the Stanford freshies in their games. The teams played were %;.. ga "-e played with -

: brought together in this affair and our friend and associate, Dr. A. A. baseball and the second 'varsity crew North Carolina State, two games, ames werep layed with 'f I

l their rapid-fire material, put over in Murphree.We won over the Alameda rowing club. both won by Tech. Georgetown was and Lee, and the Jaek
laugh-rendering fashion, made a big grieve that we have lost the the next opponent on the diamond, :away with both games.
hit with the All victories except the freshman
kind presence of one whose genial --....-..-"
The production was staged and directed -
witever charmed those about her, -
by Mr. F. Hutzman, Jr., to and whose hands never seemed to C i!fi'l! ! ; : : !: ;: !: !fi
whom much credit is due for compiling grow tired ,when helping those in !
i ; the material and otherwise con- sickness or distress. We grieve with m ,

tributing toward the general success our friend the loss of his devote ,
I of the show. The well known and wife, the mother of his children,..his ." d
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popular; University Quartette rendered loyal companion in life and the Inspiration :
: I j several numbers, which : :1 l
received of his undertakings. We : .
+ tumultous applause at each ap- have, and can have, only a slight conception $ ,
i pearance. To these gtfrttlemen the
of what the loss mean to ?
i entertainment committee is much indebted him, but this conception of ours is c
and wishes hereby to extend I
profound enough to make us sorrow
i the thanks and appreciation of the with him to the very depths of our
entire club for their services. hearts. Late Arrivals

Mr. G. Bishop appeared in a rip-
We shall ever cherish the memory
Ph roaring mior ologue. This gentlemantook of her good deeds and of her boundless -

the audience by storm and sympathy, and we pray that God I
proved to be the "blues" dispeller of may cause our friend's grief, as dire I New shirts of Canadian Creepe
the evening. He proved himself a as it now is, to become the sweetest tt
comedian of the first rank. of sorrows, and that the recollectionof I You'll need these shirts this summer 6
Mr. F. Hutzman then appeared in 6a
what se was may become the so-
They the soft comfortable kind
I'a are
chalk talk, which was enjoyed by lace and inspiration of her bereft 1 9

the crowd. children. That do not require ironing: 9
The closing feature was a black- F. :M. O'BYRNE, 9r 9d
., face sketch entitled "Two Dark W. S. PERRY, 1 Colors: Blue, Lavender and Salmon d

Knights." Mr. W. Toms and E. C. A. J. STRONG,

I Braddock taking part in this sketch, C. L. CROW, Committee 1 t

., I style.which was rendered in first class Every man has something for $3-50 :Each 1 1R 1f

", -The entire show was handled in which to be thankful. The man withno I f

great style. A drive was made for income hs to pay no tax, while I
more members which netted 18 new the man who has to "come across"* J .
t I members.The necessarily has the means whereby, '
entertainment committee also r so both should be gratefuL
extends its thanks for the kind sup, I I

,. port given \them by the good sized I
audience. First old maid.-,The hotel clerK iso '
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flattering. H
Germany, as regards reparations, second old maid-Do tell? ,
; like the mess hall fiend with excess First old maid-Think of it. He I Our Branch at theCOLLEGE INN is at your service.

oranges, seems to be hard to shake wrote "Suite 16" after my name in

loose. the register.-Gargoyle. .

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I Solicits the business of College men, guaranteeing: f,

i I correct styles, high grade quality and workmanship Most of the U. of Fla., men who run !

never think of going
i .. back to school without stopping at least f

HANAN SHOES, long enough to see what's new at Por- R

; ROGER PEET, KUPPENHEIMERand ter's window. They generally take

time to step in
take a close look-
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Giddens Building The Clothing Co. jfj I Bata

i Franklin at Lafayette: Phone 2276 Everything: Men and Boys
Tampa, Florida Wear ,,

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