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Creation Date: May 20, 1921
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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On May, 24, the last meeitng of-t. OF THE SERE -,
Budget Committee
will be held at
This Year's requisitions: will be acted -.-

!..gyflt Performance For Sal- Ever, All_organization on the cam Took Final Game From Seniors and Girls Showed Marked Ability With -

.6aArmynd Community Sorvr Jokes and which have drawn from the fund Claim the ter.n.M! ChampioT. Presentation of Musical Concert

t a Ready for t be represented ,and ba rg aU ship-Miller: : :Mainstay Pitcher for Given Royal Reception by People

bills and vouchers in or- Rats, Hurled Pretty Game. of Gainesville. ,_ !

(r Oreanize Into Dramatic The 1921 to check up all accounts for th> t

I and Offer as! Good If lished yearly : On May 31st, the final meet- What proved to be one of the fastpvt Boys of University Packed the Baird--'

vtfcr Shows in Future Years come out, as will be held and the books of theudget exhibitions: of the national ?as. and Showed Their Sister Institution' T

tained, at Committee will be closed.W. wie seen on Fleming Field this sea That They Are Behind It. :-;

week lOn tOok nJare Wednesday afternoon'Yhf'n
of G.
jifiiecond! time a packed house< it is not Secretary act Treasurer. the Sonhs and Freshies met in (By Tom English)

Masqueraders when they tribution at +hp ;'ntrola8 series:; of baseball Th' Before a packed house in the Baird :4

lOut of the East" at thlkitze < game was characterized by pep and last Friday evening, the Chapel Choir '

Thursday: ni !ht. The copy The will be TWENTY\\ .; SEVENU. erfJ1J".iasm from the go' and whatwas of the Florida College for Wqmen .

rf r nance 'was such a successrray : scheduled the best and
to be a seven Innin, Lave what was probably
requests had been made by many new match; proved to be ten innings of most thoroughly enjoyed concert of .

I-;!%' repetition and this perform- that have OFF MEN GO high class baseball with the Freshi the musical season of Gainesville. { }

fcns a joint benefit for the Sal- In the art I finally coming out on top with the. It was a costume affair, and the effects -

' it !."!IIY fond and CommunityThe this hold TO RtUE RIDGE gig> errs! of a six to five score. produced by the lighting arrangements -

The manner in which it consist: of a There was no individual starring. together with the appro- -

ended showed that the ring I '*eadv delightful to .,:
both form consistent play ing by al nriate costumes, were _

: of the performance itself student body University Will Be Well Represents embers of both trams was the or- the eye, while the music itself was of :

:!ir the support of the two orkdaa graduates of at Y. M. C. A. Conference? on i ,: *. While a few of the runs were he highest order. The singin'' both '

the people of Gaines- fronts are June 15th.lFen ''d'C to costly bobbles, the great maority "010 and ensemble numbers, was a ;:y, ,'.

liistcn the job. and colored; ; were gotten from timely bits revelation to local people as to the

IW credit for the success of the fully Taking Advantage, Will Have id\ clever base! running. talent of these Florida girls, and the :4x:
sfce to Father John Conoley, page* in the Opportunity to Hear Noted Speakers '!nod natured animosity existed bween -> whole performance was proof of the .::

bet University man. Besidethe attractively of the Day.Twentyseven the two teams and thier sunwrtefs. innate ability and conscientious ef- -:.., .

production under his: will form a Rough-stuff at a mini"tim forts of those who have directed the" ...-'
ban and personal supervision to the U. of men will renresen and the umpiring by Richbourg developing of the musical instincts < ,

f Ktanea:: and scenery was made,1 be many : heUniversity of Florida at the Y. :\ ; was partial to either side. ,f this gifted group. In this connec-
is due :Miss EllaHoble .
fckib directed the rehearsals group C. A. conference at Blue Ride Camp The winning run came in the tenth I ion great credit
cf the School
i show and societies this year. The conference will beheld ; when Bracken connected with Cole- Opperman
I the F. S. C. W., and Miss
paemberof! the cast performed portraying from June 14th to June 24th. i I mans fast one scoring Hubbard and of Music of vocal department
head of the -
:anal l excellent manner, and with! le;e life. "College men from practically every; I thus putting the Sophs -out of the Emma E. Boyd, the latter be-
of the college,
1 ilion of Professional trainegero about 350. ollege in the South will be assemble I running. and
of the Chapel Choir, t
and Jaeckle were the( .The staff of nd will be addressed by some of the The line-up was as follows: ing director
of the
!szrs! of the show most prominent speakers of the Freshmen Sophs
with Moc Hen worked hard : One of the most delightful voices h
'lcrs!: and and of the world. Bracken 3d Mahannah
Robinson United States
getting gooc0edv < :I order to that has ever been heard in Gaines-
m the fro'm the 'Gator's'; Moss ss Roach '
bers of the Twenty-seven
' Parts they took. : ville is that of Miss Kathryn fleece,
I its made a hit wth his orien- and cherish playground will jourrjey to the heartof Huie 1st Wallace who was easily the stellar performer

t bing, Swanson also did his mary of one succ'I. the beautiful Blue Ridge moun- Waldron 2d Blake of the evening. This is said without

' nII, and to him is due a large terms in- the tains, and within the fence of th I Hitchcock cf If Henderson* Harris detriment to the other singers, for all a
::::: of credit for mountain peaks will enjoy the cool Hubbard exceptionally good. But
assisting in di- The p rf Bie the solos were
:: the the mountain summer Malloy
t prodnetion. Editor in ; nights of rf Coleman the fact is that Miss Reece's voice is \

k Playing prominent parts Managing There will be an extensive program Schofield WardMiller one which will stand out among a ,-

*'1tg good work in this per- Business. \ of lectures and classes intermingledwith Bange c GreyColeman group far more pretentious than those

ce were mountain hiking, athletics and p she here. Her
Theed, Little, Chris- }I ; with whome sang
:a C. P. Anderson, Tiller, Mel- ,son.Associate contests in college yells and songs. coloratura work in the aria from "11 :.

$Wens and Pete Harris. The Asst. The program this year is one of defeated the Sen- Guarany" was worthy of some of the
1:<< parts ever offdr*"l. The divas who have ever -i:
comprehensive celebrated
were the most most
well taken, and Athletics the final of the
Friday in game .
tic! the slaves and There will be many of the most nox .1 I I been heard in similar roles. The "-
girls did ex- Activities inter-class series by a score of I
8 welL college professors of the country, especially the Class. scene from "Madame Butterfly" was

1 the orchestra is due Art-Clem of the' South, present, FcI i and are now proclaimed The Seniors did as if a little slice were cut ofT the ,- "
no little Assistants Champions of 1921. ,
't for their of the day will be dn-:: real production and set before us. -
work in the problems was eXpected -
the produce Alfred not as hard a fight as
put up vcdremo"Some -
Robert di
for Dr. "Un bel
is Such lecturers as The vision song
really aJi important as Frank : probably due to the fact that "'
tag Dr. HII.. Home, Dr. ( Day He'll Come) sung in English -
parts. E. Speer
the <
Under R. H. Loh- \ themselves for .J.JI
Ojus they were saving) effective
and the most
the men rendered S. C. Mitchell Dean C. R. Brown was one of
the selec- Jokes
and heard in a
of the show others just as prominent will in the first numbers ever seen
in the The graduates started I
pleas- Military
same else for
Y. M anywhere ,
tanner probleW; of the oollepre local theatre, or
as at the The two tallies across.
therpresenta- putting
a and also the matter. Miss Alfreda Fuge,
Each discussed that
oriental j' C. A. will be not reach Wells until
number The Rats t tI
was in this
ex- of the various schools of then who took the part of Suzuki, ';'
r received by the : experiences 'second inning and from on much '
audience. FLORIDA'S the the also worthy of ? .t
will help representatives was
playing the country, these count artd took ad- scene
here \ they made hits I t
\ on April 28th, DEFE problems.,
troupe I solve their own Seniors' costly errors praise. .
lade an extended trip,, : fields of the associationwill : (vantage of the The Gypsy Chorus from the llohe'f'f
Rats topped
at Tallahassee. Jacksonville I The wider I with the result that 11 rendered in a .
full. mian Girl was .charm-
l.\agustine explained in .others gotby ; t
'audiences and Palatk t r1&I.UUUb"A 1n.. .._'L The ; I be all the time will not be spec the rubber and only two l ing way by the choir, with Miss WeJones t
in But old men.
Palatka and Jack home from t and the lik- : for as soloist. Miss Jones is well
lectures the ,
sere in attending and Wells were =
not as I i Hardee Gainesville and little need
large as hopecPwawhole due to lack mountains thick known in
''the entire wa:: clay courts, those beautiful and strawberries are m. teries for the Finishing Touches of be said of her excellent voice, except

41 ssful. This will no doubt ies were i wild flowers to see. Real peak scr' I 1921, while Bang and Miller stood that it seemed to be better than usual.

last presentation of the show The first there merely exhilerating effect wi:' j for the Rats. Miller was going good Miss Rosalia Gonzalez sang :the
its 4
leason, but next year it will Florida vs. ing with A view ...: I and pitched his regular superior ar- I Habanera from "Carmen"* with ex- (
11 be common. m'Iehabove I winners, held up in professional the
be taken on the road during of Georgia, nearly a se i: ticle for the behind the pression and taste, and pleated
.lnas: from a peak Bang of
vacation. As several ge by shear of the joys to occup;' style crowd with her faithful portrayal ,
will be one f t
in level
> the State whiffers. the capricious role of "Carmen.
have -
made request the time. of the learned tribe, got Edna Greer '
it Madison, Miss
violinist, I
presented, nb doubt that set and lost There will be plenty of opportmut I three-bagger, which As a
'HI11 win be carried out. score is as other Southern colleges I I a beautiful fracas. played with delicacy and precision,
the in
Lt Banquet to ,show of our State can proved to be the best exhibiting talent of a rare kind on i
Saturday Night. 9-7. University clouted tie ,
the the baby lot, '
what of instruments.
.Masqueraders of athletics will b! Hitchcock, this most difficult of
Klock of
will hold their kinds but was
all circuit
at the do, for fullest extent. old pelota for a Included in her list for last eveningwere.
White in their
House Saturday played in to his pedal
indulged for not planting Dvorak-
and basebri called out Indian Lament,
at that
time definite "trimmed" contests ; sack. To '
steps Elimination the keystone Tirin-
h taken and tennis will extremity on Kreisler; Dance Coquette, by
1 to organize into a local In basket ball, volley ball and Hubbard go the honors enthusiasticencore
swimmin:* Waldron dellL In response
t .Fraternity, with the object made a Also a track of them made Drdla ..
be held. a han for fieiqi: g. Each<<: she played Souvenir, by ;
"Jet.itionilfg a national Clemen the stabs of what
organiza- will give: mitten
meet schools. beautiful one ;Miss\ Greer also played an obligato
1er to the I to win honor for will kte.J looked like to us safe bingles. "for the opening ensemble number. = -
features and
of by Georgia Songs credit also for some
the will and
banquet College constant riD);. deserves mach Miss Gladys Mosley, pianist
t by prominent members of close battle. the mountains in organized a enough beautiful fielding fin behalf of the ((Vfiff na oa Page BP *ii) -
orrinizaUon As this is men are
and several fca- Grads. .
ida has Continued page
of --
__ entertainment have also tennis S' f .
future >
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I. -rdix.SABERS -- -. _.h.'--., -,-. No. 31 -f'J!
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YET + + *

On May, 24, the last meeitng Of OF THE SERIES "
-- 1 Budget Committee will be held at

This Year's Annual Will He the best which requisition will be acted

Lja j fit Performance For Sal. Ever Featuring Good Pictures, upon. All.organizations on the cam Took Final Game From Seniors and Girls Showed Marked Ability With :

idrm7 end Community Ser. Jokes and Art.-Staff Promises it pus which have drawn from the fund Claim the Inter-Class ChampionshipMiller Presentation of Musical Concert '

s Ready for Each Man to Take Home must be represented and brW nil Mafiwtaj Pitcher for Given Royal Reception by Peopleof
outstanding bills and vouchers in order Rats, Hurled Pretty Game. Gainesville.

jrtr J Orpmiz* Into Dramatic The 1921 Seminole, which is published : to check up all accounts for the k

( and Offer as! Good IC yearly by the Junior Class, will rear' On May 31st the final meeting What proved to be one of the fast- Pops of University Packed the Baird _

Jetttr ShoWs in Future TearsUI come out, as well as may be ascer- will be held and the books of the 't: exVbiHons; of the national 1'> sme and Showed Their Sister Institution'

tained, at present, during the last Budget Committee will be closed.W. seen on Fleming Field this sean That They Are Behind It. ;

week of school. In case, however G. WELLS, G took place Wednesday afternoon ry
second a packed "when the Sonhs and Freshies met in (Bv Tom English)
it not possible finish it for distribution Secretary and Treasurer.
j&Masqueraders when they the interclass series of baseball. The Before a packed house in the Baird
of the Ea t" at that time, each man'scopy
"Dot at thpThursday
game was characterized by pep and last Friday evening, the Chapel Choirof
will be mailed to him '
at home.
lTe2tre nij ht. The TVv'ENTY SEVEN rthu-Masro) from the jo and what the Florida College for Wqmen .
The Annual this is
was, such a success: year best and
.rforman was scheduled to be a seven inning gave[ what was probably the

toa:1 requests had been made many new and pleasing addition- math proved to be ten innings of most thoroughly enjoyed concert of .
that have not been used U. OF F MEN GO
< heretofore.In
|repetition and this perform- hitCh> class baseball with the Freshies the musical season of Gainesville.

2ns i joint benefit for the Salla the art department especially does I finally coming out on top with the It was a costume affair, and the effects -

fond and this hold true The frontispiece will TO i of the lighting arrangements -
:: lay Community BLUE RIDGE trig enl 1 a six to five seore. produced by

Irt The manner in'' which it corsist of a large, beautifully cut of I There was no individual starring, together with the appropriate -

barfed showed that both for the ring which was adopted by the I feadv, consistent plavintr bv all j costumes were delightful to ,

'ser5 of the performance itself student? body as the official one for University Will He Well Uepres' nte< Ambers of both teams was the or- the eye, while the music itself was of

::b f t the support of the two or- graduates of Florida; the section at Y. M. C. A. Conference? on i *". While a few of the runs were< he highest order. The singing', both

boas, the people of Gaines- fronts are appropriately designedand June 15th. t I r1"e to costly bobbles the great maority solo and ensemble numbers, was arevelation

Jict on the job.hiewEtfor colored; the end leaves are tastefully 1 ; were gotten from timely hits to local people as to the

the Success of the arranged; the borders of the I Men Taking advantage Will have and 1 clever base running. talent of these Florida girls, and the

Tsfce to Father John Conoley, page in the Senior section are most Opportunity to Hear Noted Speakers (!nod natured animosity existed lv' whole performance was proof of the ,
fas University man. Beside attractively made up; and the cover of the Day.Twentyseven tw en the two teams and thier sun innate ability and conscientious efforts ,; :
have directed the ., : 7
3?=? the production under hi.1is will form a most fitting introduction portefs. Rousrh-stufT was at a mini of those instincts f

and personal supervision to the U. of F. year-book. There will men will renresen* I 'um. and the umpiring by Richbourgwas : Developing of the musical r '

l5meg!:! and scenery was made, be many pictures of campus scenes, theUniversity of Florida at the Y. Mr ; > partial to either side. .f this gifted group. In this Miss connection Ella- .
is due
dhraTao directed the rehearsals group pictures of all organization *. A. conference at Blue Ridge Camp I The winning run came in the tenth great credit School -i
dean of the
show.wmlfer. and societies and numerous cartoons this year. The conference will bf i; when Bracken connected with Cole- eoble Opperman,
of F. S. C. W., and Miss
Music the
of the cast perform portraying the humorous side" of .college held from June 14th to June 24th. j mans fast one, scoring Hubbard and of E. Boyd head of the vocal department -

:ice!excellent manner, and with life. The number of pages is 'College men from practically every thus: putting the Sophs .out of the Emma of the, college, the latter being .r s

a !e ion of Professional train- about 350. ollege in the South will be assembled running. director of the Chapel Choir and ; .

; fro and Jaeckle were the The staff of this years Seminole ha=>; md will be addressed by some of the The line-up was as follows: concert. '
leader! of
inn! of the show, with Moc Hen worked hard throughout the yea in most prominent speakers of the Fxeshmen': Soplls One of the most delightful voices .j
and annual the United[ States and of the world. Bracken 3d Iahannab
Robinson getting good I order to make it an mem- that has ever been heard in Gaines

1 athe comedy parts they took. bers of the student body may keep Twenty-seven -frlm the 'Gator'splayground Moss 5S Roach ville is that of Miss Kathryn Reece; a

ijagain aadeahitwthhisoriena and cherish with pride as a summary will journey to the heartof Huie 1st. Wallace who was easily the stellar performerof

i & Swanson also'did his of one of the most successful the beautiful Blue Ridge mountains r'Valdron 2d Blake the evening. This is said without :,

nI!, and to him is due a large terms in the history of the institution.The : and within the fence of the I Hitchcock cf Henderson' Harris detriment to the other singers, for all ,

of credit for assisting in di- Personnel is as :follows: mountain peaks will enjoy the cool t Huh1 and .If rf Die the solos were exceptionally good. But .

"t the production. Editor in Chief-J. Velma Keen. nights of the mountain- SlUmmer.i Malloy rf Coleman the fact is that Miss Recce's voice is -

&s Iaying prominent parts Managing Editor.-G. R. Copeland. i I There will be an extensive programof Schofield Ward one- which will stand out among a ?
ling lectures and classes intermingled Bange c than those y
work in this per- Business. Manager-Wm. Thompson. GreyColeman group far more pretentious
e were Theed, Little Chris- 1 with mountain hiking, athletics andontests Miller p with whome she sang here. Her -

C. P. Anderson, Tiller, Mel- I Associate Editor-R. P. Terry. in college yells and songs. coloratura work in the aria from "II ..
4,Bivens and this is one of worthy of some of the
Pete HarrisThe Asst. Managing Editor-G. Curtis. The program year The Freshmen defeated the Seniors Guarany" was "
a Puts were the most comprehensive ever otTcsrri.There most celebrated divas who have ever '
well taken, and Athletics-Hoyt Carlton. L Friday in the final game of theliterclass ';
'of the be of the most no d similar roles. The
heard in
slaves and girls did ex- Activities-Jim Merrin. [ will many series by a score of 11-4 been .
z tell Art-Clem Theed. college professors of the country, especially the Class scene from "Madame Butterfly" was
'the South a':d and are now proclaimed slice were cut off theeal -
orchestra is due no little Assistants > of the present of 1921. The Seniors did as if a little .
3for their of the day will be dis- Champions production and set before us.
4 work in the Alfred the problems hard fight as was eXpected -
prdimportant- Begg. not put up as a vedremo"
for Dr. Robert "Un bel di
it is cussed. Such lecturers as The vision song
really the fact that
Heitzman. due to
as Frank '
as ,
tting Dr. H- H. Home, Dr. Some Day He'll Come) sung in English -
part..s. Under P.. HLoh Ojuslalphurs.. ( E.. Speer, saving themselves for the (| .
they were effective
R. Brown and of the most
C. one
the Mitchell, Dean was
men s.; C. '
rendered the selec- okes-Chas. Pheifer. Faculty. and heard in a
of the show others just as prominent in the first numbers ever seen 1
in the G. Wells. The graduates started I
MiIitary-W. for
same pleas- else
Tbieer of the college Y. M.: local theatre, or anywhere
as The probteW tallies across.
at the other Richard KnightsFLORIDA'S inning by putting two .
\ presenta- Society and also the matter. Miss Alfred Fuge,
discussed that
oriental t : e. A. will be i Rats did not reach Wells until }
101: number was ex- various schools of The who took the part of Suzuki, in this 3
the .
y received by the TENNIS TEAM experience the 'second inning and from then on of much
audience. also worthy .1.1D
the -
will help representatives scene, was
\ Playing here on April 28th, DEFEATED AT S. I. A. A. the country, these problems. they made hits count arid took advantage I t i
.&Pe mad, MEET IN ATLANTAThe I solve ( of the Seniors' costly errors the Bohemian
an extended trin.., the associationwill 1 The Gypsy Chorus from -
s fields Rats toppedthe
ii' at Tallahassee The wider with the result that 11 charming -
Jacksonville Girl was rendered a
\ le and Although University tennis team comes be explained time in will full.not be spet rubber and only two others got I way by the choir, with Miss\ Vve t'Jones
the J
audiences in Palatka Atlanta defeated, mainly But all by for the old men. Miss is well
and Jack- home from lectures and the lik the bat- as soloist.. Jones
e Were not and muddy .n attending i Hardee and Wells were Gainesville and little need
as large as hoped due to lack of mountain* thick known in

eztire: trip as a whole was clay courts, on which the preliminaries those beautiful and strawberries are no. teries for the Finishing: Touches of be said of her excellent voice, except

I .ssfuJ. wild flowers sec1: 1921, while Bang and Miller stood ; seemed to be better than usual.
- This will no doubt were played. Real peak that it
to see. (
.a zt Presentation of the show The first round featured Horne of there merely exhilerating effect wif: I for the Rats. Miller was going good Miss Rosalia Gonzalez sang the
but next year iOn will Florida vs. O'Neal of the Universityof lug with A view of the sunrUfrom .; and pitched his regular superior article Habanera from "Carmen"' with ex-

I be taken the road duringracatiaa Georgia, and was lost to Georgiaby be common. nearly a mile above se:. for the winners, held up in professional pression and taste, and pleased the l
.,1n1as Horne led his a peak style by Bang behind her faithful portrayal of I
, As severnl1a shear hard luck. of the joys to occup: I crowd with
gei will be one *
i the State have 5-1 in the last and decisiveset level whirTers. the capricious role of "Carmen. f
e made opponent
i it Presented request and lost it to the tune of 9-7. The the time. of opportunity Madison, of the learned tribe, got As a violinist, Miss Edna Greer
doubt that
I R rIb will be plenty which
IY'IJ11t! n! follows: Georgie 6-3, 4-6, There college:! a beautiful played with delicacy and precision,
' be carried out. score is as other Southern i in the fracas.
< the
to ,show to be the best of rare kind on
Banquet State can proved exhibiting talent a
Saturday 9-7.. of our the J
Night. clouted
bye and what the tx of the baby lot, difficult of instruments.
!.. 1Iasqueuders Klock of Florida of athletics will Hitchcock this most
will hold their kinds but was
''''.et at the round being bay"trimmed" I do, for all fullest extent old pelota for a circuit, Included in her list for last evening ;
White in second their
House Saturday. played in to his pedal
'indulged for not planting Dvorak-
Lament by ,
and at Hines of Clemson. in haseba1'abasket : called out were. Indian ,
by To
taken time definite steps Florida men Elimination contests will extremity on the keystone sack. I Kreisler Dance Coquette, by Tirin-
the two and tennis ;
be to doubles ball honors
In volley the
organize into a local] the ball, and Hubbard go to an enthusiastic
Waldron In
ihowirig against swimming ielli. response
i Fraternity, with the object made a good Also a track of them made Drdla
held. Each
throughto be Souvenir, by
Jet.itio chan for fielding. she played
played ,
which a encore
iLg team, the delegates of what '
' a Clemson stabs
national will give mitten
organiza- : obligato
t finally eliminated meet schools. beautiful one Miss Greer also played an
the finals, being for their Nichols =
honor safe -
hard and to win will key looked like to us for the ensemble number.
a ;
t i Tech and yells
features of by Georgia song credit also for some and
the banquet will College constant ring. deserves. much Miss Gladys Mosley, pianist
by prominent close battle.As -Floriaa the mountains in a neldiBg/in behalf of the Pap 3 \*)
members of the first year that organized enough beautiful (CoaiUnned oa
this is are
srgaization and several fea- entered the S. I. A. A. Floridas men Grads. .
has ever Continue page .,
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.. \1 ON THE CAMPUS ished their shooting without the preliminary Opperman the Dean of the School of =---

:M By K. K. Hansen : push and pull exercises witha Music, has an ear for voices-and I EAGLE"MIKADO" -
looks andgood ea
r --- firebucket.The eye for looks. Do good
!. Dr. Leake "Mr.\ Simpson, you are voices go together?
I, I i late again." examinations schedule is posted 1 .
I Simpson: '"Yet sir." *. in Language Hall itow. Every- Who says that Rats can't play ,
I Dr. Leake: "If you were going body is figuring up the days before baseball 9and. They whipped the Sophomores For Sale at your Dealer Made j,ra.
il ilI Ii \ home and got to the station as punctually they get home. The U. of F. is a disgraced the Seniors. For ASK FOR THE YELLOW EAGLE PENCIL MIKADO: WITH THE l R D Bl*

I as you get to your classes. I mighty good place to be, but there is teams to conquer
the lack of more
t I f guess you'd wait for the next train, one place that beats it. did it. You EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORtr
wouldn't you?" they are telling how they

4 I Doctor.Simpson" : "Not' on the Coast Line, I It is'rumored that quite a fey Ga- see, it was this way ";:NII31 :: -' ,
:, I t tors are in favor of making the U. '
I of F. co-educatiorial.' A choir the Seniors beat
t. chapel It is too bad that
I I i The enthusiastic bunch that left would be a nice thing to have. And isn't it? Since it wa- 444
the 1
Faculty, DROP IN
t early Wednesday morning to be
the say, weren't those girls from Tallahassee -
i first their last chance. We canTt blame J
ones at the rifle had the
; easy. to look at. Everybody I -
I I' pleasure of bailing out the target I hopes that they'll give us another them. The faculty can retabiliate D.
t butts. Those who came later fin- chance to see them next year. Miss next week. I I OTTO F. STOCK I

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!\, n A FRIEND of.mine. 1 they have the finest service and most i
; a delicious food on the market.
i. i, WHO COULDN'T speak. .
\\. I. Table d'Hote meals, $1.00. Partta
A WORD of French. !
e Banquets by special anality -
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AND THE first time.
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I '. 4 I Gainesville's Social Cate.y .
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j AND WIGGLED his fingers. .'. ... I ;:1

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Basement Language Hall .{
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AND THE barber roared. i 4r: ........:::I
AirTight Tin* of SO

yon Ask the your new dealer to show I USED.to.smoke. 'em. HERE'S a smoke that talks in any The Phifer State Bank
vacuum- WHEN I worked and needs no inter-
scaled tins of 50 Chester preter. Light I
fields. A up a Chesterfield,
I compact con- IN INDIANAPOLIS. draw deep-and more plainly than
venient Strong Safe Accommodating
I and absolutely words your smile will tell the world and
the AIR-TIGHT cigarettes: packingAND BELIEVE me "They Satisfy". It's the blend that
F indefinitely.. keep fresh does It-and you can't get "Satisfy" I
THEY SA1S.FY1"! anywhere except.in Chesterfields, for .. --
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; Speaking from asocial standpoint YYfifi; !: !fifi! !fjg;_

.. ..1. Gainesville was the
mecca of Flor-
'. ida last .
.4hecd/tt : our sister university The contributed girls from to i TARR FURNITURE CO. Inc.
I 1; our social life. ,

; I Tampa
.... K. A. Pop Dance. y; ,
On ffi;
Friday afternoon, May 13, y; Agents For
A Good Place to Eat the
: Alpha Zeta .
Chapter of the Kappa !g: Berkey and Gay
Furniture Glo
Alpha Fraternity, entertained with W e V/ernicke Sectional Book- g

a girls pop and dance in honor of the town jfi Case. Aeolian, Vocation, Pathe Phonopragph, .Napanee Kit- rS g

.................... visitors, at several their beautiful dainty out fraternity of town tnJJJ j chen Cabinets, Belding Hall Refrigerators, Aerolux Porch

home on West University avenue. Shades, Premo-Eclipse Gas Ranges D
'.. less l Cookstoves _
:;: J Robinson Rodgers "Restwell'eBedddinOffice '
Pan Hellenic Dance jv :

\ 1 11l Restaurant and launch Room Immediately following the Costume Furniture, Floor Coverings Draperies, China and gjifi
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FOR LADICS_AND, GENTLEMEN fraternity Concert of,men last of Friday the University evening,gavea the l Glassware Window Shades, Awnings. |i

very delightful Pan Hellenic I AiWfii ffiirWffilfiffiSiflffiiffifiKfiS! ; !
H ll a Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot dance !R 9i;!! II|!
for the Tallahassee girls, at the Delta
Rho '--------
GainesvilleFlorid rooms down town. Bob Swan-
3 i% ,sons Novelty five more than pleased MORTHWESTER I S HOE 8 ,

I the happy dancers with their wonderful UNIVERSITY 11 ,

.--::-;: ;,... ...;s_ =__:'. The music.ball room was attractively Northwestern University Law H B. M. TENCH H _.

decorated for the occa_ion with various School.
(The oldest Law School in Chicago
college and fraternity pennants, )
covering( the side walls, while the Summer Session from Monday. Jane O Gainesville, 0 : .
soft glows produced by the unique 20 to Saturday, August 20. I L :

DICK REID lighting effect, radiated upon the Fall term begins Monday, September E Florida E
i merry assemblage of dancers below.A. 26.
Modes of the Moment Candidates for a degree are required .
T. O. Pop Dance to present proof of !8.tiafac-1) S HOE S
dyiallin Street -Tampa' Florid jjj The members of the Alpha Tau tory completion of three years of college -

Hats-Clothing-Furnishings Omega Fraternity were the hosts at study. SQe Vidal Drug Company I ,
College graduates may completethe
an informal pop dance given at their law course in three academic I *or Drug; Stationery, Toilet I <'
attractive fraternity home last Saturday i I Articles, Candies .' ,
years (27 months); for all others four
morning in honor of the town /"1'enir.C rd.i, Waterman Pea
academic years ((36 months) is required I f
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;' m. 1 -ft girls and the many attractive young. -- ----- -

While l in Jacksonville ladies from Tallahassee. For bulletins and detailed information -I EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL 4 r.

Delta Uho Dance address Secretary,of the Law
School, Northwestern University JOS. J. SEYKORA -
30T0 t One of the most delightful ar.d enjoyable -
Building, 31 West Lake Street, Chi- ,
affairs of the pa't; week end '' ,
l' Wle 107 Gaiaeerflle, Florida : ;
d 49. was an informal dance given by the cago, I1L
I t. I Ien1roIer Delta Rho Fraternity in their attractive a

v rooms last Saturday afternoon I Novelty" ;
irt honor, of the many dainty visitors TheLyric = a- y
from Tallahassee. Dancing was enjoyed -
qro $ .i until the supper hour, and theirr SuitingsThey
any guests departed assuring
I R DEP'.Rr11wTSt hosts of a most delightful afternoon., are the latest Creationsfor The Home _

-(( 'P -_ .. 4- .,.,. .. Music for the occa nor;. was renderedby the well dressed
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1 Bob Swanson's Novelty Five.
for Spring and Summerwear.
Educational Society BanquetThe
Glasses F Tted ti
Florida Educational Societywas OF $
the host at a banquet given last
Do Price $25 to $60
Our rom
Own Lens Gindn Saturday evening for the benefit of
. explaining the purpose of this asso- .
Delay -iation to the student body and also Nick

j[ : to select a working committee among Good PicturesW. = :
I the students.Mr. .
I and Altering
I & Son. Norman Parrish was toast- Cleaning Pressing .a
the propositionas E. Union St.
master and presented<< 121
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I explicit aid concise as could be. Phone 511oorx Ererything in Groceries
Opticians Gainesville]] Florid Speeches were also made by Mr. Firley I OOOOOOOOOOCHESNUT'S For Goodness Sake Drink '
i ..x Cannon and J. M. Buie. After HOE fJ ltLOrr- DORSET'S DELIGHT COFFEE }
,: all had been explained those presen
.... .... accepted the plan unanimously and .
] acceptance speeches were made by /.SJODIFYRlf I .:._
# every representative. SHOE STORE
I t t'I The aims and ideals of the Florida I
Educational Society are: To -better -Hf\R'Z & COMPANY s*.

\ education, to better athletics, and ELECTRIC SHOE RBPAIEDEPARTMENT DRUGGISTS i i?
THE BON TON" .. last but not least, to make a better

Florida. i
,,; Refreshment Par 1. j. t Messrs.Those invited Bill Bivens to be, Perry present, H.were G.: ---A.---T.'O.-- Banquet. I f t:x i

of the Alpha NORAH ; *
i Hardee, W. The undergraduates
Green, C. J.
ii i: Complete Line of Fraternity Stationery Ford It. King, T.,P.Lance Richbourg, Marshal Omega Chapter of the Alpha Tau at .

Candies andTobaccoes of all Kinds. t tt Cairn, Alderma TI Richard: F. West Stanley, Wade,, Omega a banquet Fraternity given at were the White the hosts Honse ART and GIFT SHOP i
Robert Duckworth, in/ honor of Maker of Picture Fraatea }
-- t H. Massey, Green, C. -S., last Tuesday evening / y
Mahannah Madion
W. M. -
"" Courtesy, Service and Strictly Sanitary ; Cairo, John! Carter,N.Jack, S. Dye. Jon R: their=! JJ.Seniors A., Franklin, Messrs., E--C. Vining,W. --- -
I E. E., Jones, H. H. G. Ford,
C. J. Hardee, SHOP
and J. K. Goldsby.As .
J I usual the program was first For Students and Others '
Script Dance. -;
beautiful opening Haircuts S5c.
dances of ushered in with a Shares 20c.
One of the "peppiest" the toastmaster, Galne.TUta ; ,.
1 the Script dance given address, delivered by west Side SquarxJ. f
the year was Truman Green and Franklin .,Mr. P. G. Franklin, which was followed -- ., .
by Messrs. Saturday by a five course menu. R
..., Elks' Club '
West, at the speecheswere :
Intellectual and inspiring W. McCOLLUM & CO.
I I evening, May 14th. for delivered by Professor Black, DRUGGISTS"

Popular Goods at Popular Prices Everyone seemed there to base quite a 'v. M. Madison and John F. Hall. The Rexafl Store ):. .
this occasion, as Each senior also had a word to say. Agents for .
atBIIRKHIM'S I bit of "pep" displayed features that The evening was concluded with a t LlfffetU and Norris' Candle '
The two outstanding were the I.Seautiful address by. Dean Harry I(Gainesville FloridaTHE
,this affair a success ,
: made BobSwanton"s

III .. .i visiting girls Novelty and the Five playing orchestra.of rIusler.'i".. : y-- '_ _yj. "ii' '; ,_.., -- ", .l '-, 't, ." ,- ,. '
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Office and Press-Basement Language Hall course covers ten easy lessons 'i S
\I ". STAFF: which will enatZe: the Student, Pro- !Iin / l
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Doctor, Lawyer odd suits unsolil-thv.v Hart Sca
; fessor, Journalist, our Btt
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anyone ; Mark
Editorial Staff: cent efficiency. stub---)oUg: m 'n'8 an? more l.'Onservativt' stye: 5 5y
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PETE HARRIS __ :MANAGING EDITOR clotb cost mote to tailor, priced- t
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HAROLD KLOCK ______ ____.__.__._._.___...___ EXCHANGE EDITOR short and Inexpensive, and to $48.50
T. F. WEST, Jr. _..-.-....._.___ __.: .._....__ ___. SOCIETY EDITOR given with a money back guaranteeif $32.50 1 1i I II
; i MURRAY COHEN-PAUL HUBBARD .________._... NEWS ASSISTANTS not satisfied. ,- I! ,
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{ MECHANICAL STAFF New York City, I! .; ::" ; j .' $80.00
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?5 for which kindly send me your, i -" r
-- -- -- --- shorthand course in ten easy lessons ::, .
i Entered at Gainesville, Florida, postoffice as Second Class mail matter by mail. It is understood that at the Iif i ; \ ,
; j Subscription price: $1.50 per year. end of five days, I am not satisfied !!: .

1. __ ..... _0__'." _-0 .' .. 'C-, .__m___ __ .. .. nO.. __. .. no.. my Name money will be gladly refunded. Ii Brothers i i
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City and State !fi

a To every' college or university there comes at some time or !!:Iifi' !

I other a boom that puts that school on the map or else the institution 1 TAMPA FLAj i i
i remains but a medicore place of education. Georgia Tech 1m i

;, for example has come into prominence in the last few years and Carry Your Old Hats to 1!:Fi !
is now rated as one of the best technical schools in the country. FfEW YORK HAT CLEANERS I !Ii !I
Those who have been to Tech say that the Plant of the University to have them f.i
of Florida is superior in practically every particular to Cleaned, Blocked and Made New !
i. that of the Georgia Technical School. Then one might say: Candy, Confectionery and I I !!Ii j v: vytfsy&SS.8BHSaHMffiKffiKffiffiWK: ; YiYi !ii Yi If; : .U nI N
"Why is Tech rated so highly and is so well known when the Cigar Store in Connection $ ffi ffiI. 9i
: University of Florida with a much better equipped institution :sonly Imported Greek Candy, 75... lb. i I I. N
__ rated as one of the many small State Universities in the M. BLIZIOTES, Prop. I I :
,4 country" Our faculty ranks as one of the best ,in the entire "Rest Maim Street Next A. C. I
__ United States. The' answer is that Georgia Tech has been so I I '
,. well advertised by its athletic teams. until the name of Tech i: You Can I ead1 a Cork to Water but

.t\ known throughout the land. Another striking example is little: Baird Hardware Co. Y r PP Cannot Make it Sinks
;' Centre College, in Kentucky. Hardly a person outside of the
: alumni, students and the.people of knew that
;, Kentucky there wa. SPORTING GOODS .
!\: such a school until year before last, when the "Praying Eleven -Don.t 1 let Ibis suit value c are,going to tell

cleaned up with the Eastern gridiron aggregations. The en- you about float T your imagination on but let it
;, rollment in both of these schools has increased by leaps and KODAKSCUTLERY ."J.'-.. '
'\I, bounds since this boom. Why then should not the University of ink in your miiid until you find out that seeingis
!\ Florida do all in its power to advertise the Baby University of
believing. A1 I Hot treatment wont get you one
: the South? We have wondreful possibilities here that need onl r
.1 to be brought out and placed before the public. This the Florid of thcsc.all \\'col Kisc balm flannel suits i n
Educational Society to do. *
proposes rhone! 7 Gainesville, Fla I '. cither single or double brcS'.ed: style at $25
!\ Every student and alumnus of the University has watched with "
varying interest the Athletic teams that have been put out by jI j : '
\ Nut SeJ
:t this school. They have also taken note of the fact that some o > Satisfaction Guar&ateed; .ar;-.., .. ..
;i the best athletes in the State leave every year for larger colleges South Side Square :
,,1' '! where they have a chance of playing on a winning team. :'y Bu-nctt The ;
;,, This year, as has been the case in a number of years, some of the : Clothier
:,I stars of other colleges have been Florida men. This is one thing
.! to and avert. If the -/ & r2iS2iWXffiffijj !:fi !: $ ,t. I
II that the Society proposes try definite ass: I .
t,' ance is made that some interest is to be given to athletics herein JACKSONVILLESPORTING .

l! the future these men who graduate from high school ever. i ...------ -- .... -. - .... -
:; year will come here instead of ding off to other institutions. ,
; A winning athletic team the first'goal of the Florida Educa- i I
+ tional Society. As soon as this accomplished, and in fact, I GOODSl I II
:e\ even while this is being carried on, there is another broad fie! !I COMPANY"The I t ti AUTO SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES
: in which the Society will carry on its work. The funds of this 'jj: I

,t Society are to be open to.any needy student of the University Sportsman's Store" .
;i I L The money will be loaned in small amounts of course, and may be L. & A. Outboard Motors i GOODYEAR and AJAX
,I paid baCk after graduation. This will enable a man, who otherwise .
I '90 West Bay Street Phone 7ISStandard $' TIRES AND
:f 1\ would not be able to spare the time, to go out for athletic? t TUBESSAVESERVESATISFY
\fit it 1 and help to make the University of Florida a better institution
t! for having been here. t 4
: The last and probably most important function of this Societyis and Popular i ., Gainesville Auto Supply :Company
f U t' to promote and encourage a better College Spirit, such as isII'
i manifested in other Universities. If this can be done, there i it is Music I

t t no limit to the development and growth that may be expected i

II'I here in the University of Florida. Think the proposition over Pianos a- OOM __ ____ .-. ., .........
\ ; carefully, fellows, and then reach your own conclusion in regard
11' to the matter. If you are behind the program talk it up whe- nfi! !finh! : SH !ffiffiffiffiffifi! !fi! !:.fi_rJi$"" .
p you return to your homes this summer and try to help make the .. Players ;; !;
d University of Florida the best college in the country. i g; -. : !

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1 3, 4 after about 'the fifth alteration, now .
has a son who would be eternally disgraced -
j ......................+..+..4 SPORTING GOODSFoot if he wore the same suit twice '
1 i i in one month.A .
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Hardware of all Jones'
pectation of locating Davy
I.. OF THEUNIVERSITY f locker. .
I What is the use of slinging a line;
All Residents of the State Free of Tution + Phone 22 \ To the dear, with hopes for a fall; -

Laboratories fully equipped with latest apparatus.! I I Z t For sure as the sea is filled with its '
taught in and hospitals. brine
Antyears ........... .. Little brother woirt fail to spoil
me medical and surgical charities of Augusta .......... ..+ ':
I. wd Richmond County under control of the Medical t4 _lI -------- f all. ,-
I Department, thereby assuring a wealth of clinical '&,I 1 1I -
material I II t If a man who studies is a scholar,

I Entrance Requirements: Two :years of collegel I "IREENLEAF\ &CROSBY COMPANY :1 is the fellow who dolls a dollar? .
pork (as Prescribed), which with the first two years of -
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medicine entitles the student to a B. S. Degree. I' 'Note'!' for Quality"Diamonds 4 Who said the cross-eyed man was #
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information, addresss he lamp two pair of well-filled
t MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA fj I O Fine lewelry, China, Cut Glass and sn..erwaret I silk stockings to the normal .man's .f.

, Augusta, Georgia M Jacksonville, Fla. one.
, "A Medical School With A College Spirit" t 104 West Bay Street .
w rather dark ;-
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r: r -' Selection Packages Sent on .

" ... .... .... .- .- ..- ,.-. ... .., It t Class Pine, Rings, Medals, Trophies.; at Bang present._"Yes, every heiress I know
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Reed Herbie by making the most unique the fraternity\ congregated i ii ijpaciou iy
SPEAKING OF BASEBALL- e played excellent form. ,
CHAPEL CHOIR OF F. S. W. C. running slide ever seen on the local diamond, i dining hall of the
PROFS AND GRADS BATTLE i in center, made a ,
Continued catch, using only one hand. He fig- managed to reach second safe. there to partake of the merrimi
II ( from Page On) I
Ii I I forth faculty:-
I accompanist, certainly had plenty of Last Saturday afternoon, displaying ured that the cigar was worth the The' batteries, for the Sen- I I the everting. During the court
l work during the entire concert. 'and a complete reversal of form than 1" sk. Beck and Hardee. Umpires: t the fine dinner. toasts were tna
and t
be it said to her credit, she carried showed in their game with the Fresh- For the Seniors, practically every iors-Madison followed
seniors, : ,
vis"and'Bivens.. Time: Unknown. j the up with a
y ? out her part, not only with hard work, men, the Seniors took the fast faculty man deserves mention. The fielding Da t
but in the real artistic expression site into camp by a score of 7-1. The honors go to 'VallyIeKey.. To the )response from of them.
which she put into the work. She is game furnished plenty of excitementand amazement of every one including A.. T. O. BANQUET. :enjoyable feature of the t\Tnin|

+i one of the most talented pianists ever thrills to the enthusiastic crowd himself, he stopped several balls. I[the explanation by Dean Trus!

1 heard here, and played a list of solos and was hard fought from start to The batting honors go to Madison 1'I The under classmen of entertained the Alpha j 'What is a Senior," and ''Whj
finish. By mutual agreement it was and Ford. The former slammed one i Tau Omega Fraternity "
most effectively, besides The
playing most the White Hose :senior. seven graduates
of the called at the end of the fifth inning. out, in the third, for a home run. I with -a banquet at
accompaniments for the sing- in honor of thee I Coldsby. H. G.
Prof. Beck, who worked for the los- i Ford in the same inning, gave the last Tuesday evening T. K. Ford

erk.The chorus numbers included the ers, had a fine rhetorical delivery, real surprise of the game, by hitting :: ':en graduating seniors, who, arC;I ranklin, S. W. Getzen, C. J. H

following: Fantasy Russian but its effect soon wore off and hits a ball. It was a beautiful hit, grin t :ibout to depart this year. Pro rptlv: l-W. M. '.ladison and E. C. Vinia
on..a .
members oi
6 Madison's d at 7 o'clock thirty-seven
Folk became frequent. Madison, on th even farther than 8r
song, by PlentscheyeffGairesjGypsy
other hand, was in rare form and tha
Chorus, from "The, Bohemian -
I Girl," by Balfe; Smoke Song and faculty could do no more than to YYi !J1 !fifi! !; _
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\1 Habanera, from "Carmen," by Bizet; keep the ozone surrounding the platein Yi ;! 'Hfi Y; Yifihfi!:

and a medley of old Southern songs. motion.In '
mentioning the stars we are 1
Most of these choruses were sung in !
costume, and were well'received by held in check by a limited amount of c -
1 I the audience. The chorus is well space. For the faculty, Judge Cock- I
rell proved to be a regular constella
trained, and the whole effect was ti .
good. tion. !n. the third he easily fieldeda I I

The personnel of the Chapel Choiris single to right in lour minutes ana "
as follows: eleven seconds. Not satisfied with I

Lilia Boring, Lilly Brunner, Leota this achievement, in the ,next ir.ninghe .
Camthers Marie led off with a sharp single to
:! Edythe Defln,
Alfreda pitcher's box, and brought the crowdto Arrivals
g Flourney, Fuge, Evelyn Late
II l Gates, Rosalia Gonzalez, Edna Greer, their feet by stealing second. The I

: Ruth Holmer, Vve Jones, Thelma decision was close, but Bill Bivens,

Long, Florence Matthews, Agnes the base umpire, displayed his rare

Otoborne, Kathryn Reece, Cevie Roberts judgment in calling the Judge safe. ,.
New shirts of Canadian Crecpe ,
Margaret Stanford, Mabel Dr. Leake, the fast faculty third I

Shelfer, Nettie Mae Webster, Jose- I j sacker, also deserves mention. lie m ... You'll need these shirts this summer .... -; I Ii
phine West, Franklin Wharton, Leta fully lived up to the wonderful repu-
the soft comfortable kind 7
Wilkes, :Miriam McCall. tation he made in the Lombard league tf1 They: are c t

I and in 'the last inning he would have That do not require ironing: ''--, ;', J
made a wonderful catch had he not t
NEWMAN CLUB MEETS had the misfortune to completely Colors: Blue, Lavender and Salmon

miss the ball. N Nevertheless, dis- I
i The Newman Club of the Univer-
sity of Florida, i' held its regular; U. OF. MEN GO TO BLUE RIDGE

monthly meeting, May 8th, .at the I Continued from page 1 m $:3 5 0 Each. I

home of Rev. John Conoley. t.o make all realize just how import-
I Iif
Several very interesting talks were t ant a creature the 'Gator is. .
r i
F given on the success of the club for Those representing the Universityof

p. the past year and its prospects for Florida are: E. R. Boswell, R. S. n ; }

; the future. Driggers, P. H. Gillon, G. W. Milam, :
I If
I The most important business of '\ E. Morgan, IL C. Johnson, E. A. i i

the meeting was the election of officers Clayton, J. F. Merrir, C. II. Nichols, ; v i it
for 1921-22. When the smokeof A. B. DeWolf, C. A. Savage, I. \\'. ,

the election cleared away these Scott; G. B. Simmons, G. B. Stanley. '
I' worthies found themselves duly honored .t'. S. Ferguson, J. P. Tomlinson, R. !Ii'

I t : Arthur Sollee, President; Anthony i\ Terry, T. F. West, W. G. Wells' Our Branch at theCOLLKGE INN is at your service. !

'I' Regero, vice-president; Jack D. E. Williams, T. P. Winter, E. D. I

Walsh, treasurer; T. Kennedy, secretary iIinkley, N. W. Bryan, A. H. Potter, ,
i ; George Baya, corresponding O; K. Weathenvax, C. B. VanCleaf J
secretary. and A. C. Simmoris. 5 i f:5 t'!fi r'fr'Jr'flftYt! !: 'r 1 YfF.l!: ; 'far.ffi ;1Z' ; >: $;Y;

; As there was'no further business I Anyone: else desiring to go, pleasesee
I to come up the meeting adjourned. Mr. White or Jim Merrin. !nfi!: !:fi !fi91! gt Yi !=i : .' '; ::5: 9iY 1I! !fi! Y1fi! cJ't! S! ifi! ;

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