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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 27, 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>]
daily
normalized irregular
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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 )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028291:00326
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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Ir IX. UNIVERSITY OF -- (:.. .,.. : -- .
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1921.
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No. 32 ., .

bRADERS CLASS OF '21 WILL NOTICE! --- *- '';-.

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GANIZE LOCAL BE ADDRESSED BY iast Friday's regular Chapel:eo-- will be the UNIVERSITY ",.;}.

meeting of *
DRAMATIC FRAT T. M. Student Body Association. AH MEETS F
SHACKLEFORDJudge Seniors are urged to be

as it will be Senior's Day.U. present. C 0 fd fit I : )

ttSfUl Season With Ban. I IaM T. M.\
Shackleford Will Make\ OF F. STUDENT
Organization Into Local the Baccalaureate Address. GOES UP Closes Successful Year
Fraternity.l _
f& Dean Benton Satisfactory Report of
received the .
Commencement Exercises Win be letter a few days following -- And Work.

l prwote Better Shows in Held in Gymnasium, Wednesday. Dear Dean Benton: ago: -

6 m!< Good Dramatic Train- June 8th.University. It is a pleasure for Plans Afoot For a Real : '
us to let -
know that you In the Future.
Mr. S. G. Kent Every
,
I one of
I of Florida, June 5-7, 1921 graduates of the 1920 class in your Back the Movement.
Elec-
11 a. m., Sunday June
5.Bacca trical -
Engineering who
has
been _
closed laureate sermon, high school audi- our graduate on Wth the report to the
fJq1eraders! a success- training
course has I
torium by Rev. Milton R. Worsham been mittee Wednesday .
B g last Saturday night with transferred from that work to I
|i t at the White House Hotel rector of Church of Good Shepherd. regular engineering: position in our a M. C. A. closed a I
Riverside JaJcksonville. New York As little as the men think
into a local dramatic service department. Mr. y t
1 p. m., Monday, June 6.-Alumni Kent will be located in New York for of the University's best f

j fie dinner courses different banquet, University Commons. some time in connection with the installation I ganizations and should be

la: if the cast of "Out of the 8 p. m.-Junior and Senior oratorIcal of equipment at the Hell ,I the fullest extent. I
entertained the merrymakers ( contests, for board of control Gate plant of the New York power I Mr. White reported the 1
medals, University I by the Y. M. C. A. to .
Gymnasium. and '
gi and dances. Bui l Tiller Light Company. I I ::
'r' marching his six slaves !I 10 a. m., Tuesday,. June 7.-Graduating This work is quite to Mr. Kent's committee. This work
exercises, University Gymnas liking, and we predict that during the last school 4
tJ1e i taMe singing Waleke he will I''I I
lum. C'mpus: wholly for the
Baccalaureate address be :
succesful
in
it.
f a u ensemble to the meat by very .
] Judge T. M. Shackleford, LL. D., for- Very truly students such as promoting
Earns
to sang Sari, led on chief yours, I! a;-,detics, lending
mer
justice money .
of
i fiery and tempting dance offin supreme courtof Educational Department.
by Chris Clark. Bob Florida, Tampa. Conferring of Emerson B. Roberts, Supervisor of' students who found I

B,tie Bad Man, sang the Rob- degrees, medals and other prizes of Service to Eng. Schools of the Westii sudden,vies at financial all) times difficulty on all Ts

,u a smoky passed the cigar year.a. house Electric and Mfg. Co. '!'ast but not least !
the
| Regero then brought at- I m.-Annual junior prom t, The students will remember :Mr. successful I

-- .serene over the crowd by graduating class, university gym- Kent as being a U. of F. man throughand : study classes carrying in the on of .

I" g and beautiful melodies. The commencement exercises at through, and we wish himer/ 'thr student dwelling -
1 the University of Florida this success. ;
program for the evening year work was highly
|'a followed which was as ol- promise to be the best ever held at' piculty committee.It M I
the 'Gator University. Those in FARR LITTS HOLDELECTION
is a pity that i
charge of arrangements for the 01OFFICE'!" a
The Masqueraders Or- com- cculd not attend this
inggraduating exercises have ;
sue
cause it is impossible for
I
[Wk-Eobert M. Swanson. ceeded in providing a program that The semi-annual election of officers
realize the work done by
ts on the Season-Chas. would be a credit to any State- university of the Farr Literary society was heM I C. A. on the camous.

or college in the South. Beginning on Monday evening, with refreshments there is of- t
an atmosphere
Te Did It-Ian H. :MCKiI1\JP.1 Sunday, June 5, the pro- as a farewell get-together I on the campus toward the t
. Ba-Mesqueraders gram extends over a period of thre meeting for the end of the year. purely comes from I i

I Rev, John F. Conoley. days, and there is to be something c The personnel of officers is as follows good work that is done. 6)1 f ;j i '

t? this program the meeting minute t going on practicaly every : tion may arise as to why ; ,
[t Ho a business session. Rev. of the remaining days. President W. Russel King. isn't given more publicity I I
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of the Masqueraders acted Tapa, former chief justice o' Secretary-treasurer-J. M. Haynes fifty per cent_of the cases :

* zan and read the cons itu 0 supreme court of Florida, is to 'df' Reporter-Kenneth K. Hansen. in which the Y. lends a
*iwa liver the baccalaureate address th' Sergeant-at-arms-O. R. Davis. /
np by a committee for: ed and helping hand, are '
! year. Judge Shackleford is gradu- Inter-society Debating Council-J.
a
peraders as a dramatic fra- I; sepal nature to the man .
*. Constitution accepted, ele-- ate of the University of Tennesseand F. Merrin. \ ing help obtainable" :

t D Seers followed. Bob Swan- has been a noteworthy figure in The retiring president, George B. through the Y. If every j

11 unanimously elected presi- legal circles in this State sine t' Stanly, following the custom of the I the University will try

ith Clement Theed as > >- time. Judge Shackleford was ap- society, was made critic.A what the school would be _
14 Bill Bivens was elected pointed to the supreme court of Flor- short business meeting was he i this work and at the same I

' manager, with Dick Stanlv ida by Governor, Jennings, and there before the election. It was decid 1 Ize its importance by the ,

fit,and Secretary I. H. Mc-\ I made an enviable record as one of th upon Mr. Hoskin's foresight, to carry I to help the other fellow if >
i
ablest jurists who held seat the funds over until next year, when
IeceiTe - Chas. gen-: the bench. An interesting fact con- they will be needed in various social not directly the Y. M. C.

-de sergeant-at-arms Regero nected with the announcement tithe functions allow, members. to become. essary adjunct to the
Billy I
ras ejected publicity judge is to deliver the baccalau- i acquainted. v student body. How many I
' tare of the occasion agent. reate address this year is the fac' After all business and election, refreshments mothers and fathers who :
was the
.
r address of Rev. that both of his sons are graduates c' were served in the form here in school would fail
the quality of which John F. the University of Florida. Judy of ice cream, cakes and mints. Cigars their son's every effort to

tan knows. every Shackleford is a scholar of note oral cigarettes were passed around ly religious institution on

'lasqueraders will has taken a great interest in phiio later. pus? How many of them
t Dramatic petition a ophy and general education, being a The officers were given a hot _reception hurt to know that their t

er dramatic Fraternity hoping strong personal friend of the late running the gauntlet before a back of the Bible study '
training in the swift lot of belts, which seemed to be
text year.asqueraders. William James of Harvard. Due possible by the Y? Dr
< his eminence as a jurist and also to heated for the occasion. Adjourn- said that he could say
consist of: ment was moved early, so that the mental reservation that
** this interest in letters, the Univer- I
Organizer-Rev. J. F. ity of Florida bestowed upon hi. members might attend the lecture body would suffer a cut of

Officers the high honorary degree of LL. I and steroptican view on Oxford life_ third in numbers if the '

S\taftSon. 1921. There are only seven who have re- and the Rhodes Scholarship, devileredby not boast of a Y. M. C.
R. L nlyC.B. the kindness of Mr. W. T. Stock
r' D. iChristiance ceived this degree since the estab- wholly up to the members
11er, j H. J. Otto, lishment of the University. as it is J ton. of Jacksonville. dent bdy whether the U. of ( t
McKnlop
G. Cope- C. A. was made a
of FlorIda
arras, A. A. the policy of the University -
l. Givens Ames, N. Bar t' to be extremely conservative in + +, + + + + + + + + organization. They will

P. Grcltam, C. E. Duncan, A. regard to the bestowal of such de- + I It exactly what they put t
C. A. \
Anderson. grees. + NOTICE + directly or indirectly. '
Candidates The Rev. Milton R. Worsham, rec- + Plans are afoot now to !

1\eed, C. Clark tor of the Church of the Good Shep- 4Owing to the fact that reviews < State for money to build
W. J eacle week and final frfr C. A. building equipped
M.
binS01J J. Melton herd, Riverside, Jacksonville, will de- + start next
P. Divers i
near, this + I kinds of amusements
)nant at examinations are so
E. B. Wilson liver the baccalaureate sermon
1. M. Pepper R. s. the high school auditorium Sundaj 4 will be the last issue of The + 'swimming pool. A

:-k,J. M. Bars, S. G. Gaskin June 5. As the University of Florida + Alligator for this school year. been appointed to start this
C. W. Meisch, T. I'. GREEN, + only function in the
+ an
a. k.
: Carruth is on-sectarian, it is the custom ev- -
. B' M. Jones, R. Editor in Chief. + half if they are behind the
baccalaureate
Hearst to have the
ery year
J. G. Ennis. + 4 The allotment to the Y.
;eye, II. sermon delviered by prominent di-
A. Pomeroy, C. +. + + + + + + + + I Continued on page i ,
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One of the most interesting ships DRUGGISTSThe \ "MIKADO" Pencil N0,114
For Students and Others EAGLE
i afloat is the Eagle, which lies in one [ Rcxafl Store
of the docku of the Hirer Mersey Shaves 20e.' Haircuts 35r. Agents for
England.: Fur more than fifty years t West Sid SquareGaineav1Pe Liffgetts and Norris' Candies .
I I the Eagle has served as a training Florida
f t ship. U was launched in 1804 and -- -- --- -Gainesville ----------------- For Sale at your Dealer Made in fie Incet!
took part in several important engage ORAH ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND
i ,tents in the early part of the W. S. DORSEY & CO., EAGLE MIKADO
last century,. when the Napoleonicpower N ORTON'S Everything ia Groceries
t was at Its height. OVELTIES.ART For Goodness Sake Drink EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK_
DORSEY'S DELIGHT COFFEEJ.S.BODIFORD

l New Toilet Pins. and GIFT SHOP .. .. .
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Maker of Picture Frames :'
Buckle-ahaped brooches now fasten
I', the back of the stock collar and these I
are so wide that they almost fill the EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL r
t pace at the nape of the neck and afford bROVIN
the support to the chiffon and net I JOS. J. SEYKORA & COMPANYDRUGGISTS
t ; throat veiling at that point which the -
best of boning will not furnish. Phoae 107 Gainesville, Florida OTTO F. STOCK

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Phone 354 Gaines.illeFa.tfi .

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University students, by patronizingthe
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',; White House Dining Room, may
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MY BRAIN was busy ;: enjoy the satisfaction of knowing
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BUILDING AIR castles. > .} they have the finest service and most
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., delicious food on the market.
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FOR I wasn't sleepy. .- "
,. Aa .> Table d'Hote meals, $1.00. Parties

FINALLY I dozed off. Mi and
!- ., Banquets by special arrace-
AND PROMPTLY dreamed. ,. ment. For table reservationsNo. PJIaM

.' 295.
THAT I was awake. Jf. .
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BUT WOKE right I
a up.. _',: .
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-.-' The White House Dining earn !
AND FOUND I was asleep. _'
,:'.:.'/ .. ." ... .... ''h Gainesville's Social Ceater.
THEN I thinking. : '.
got .
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OF A wonderful formula. .
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FOR MAKING cigarettes. ,
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I PLANNED it all out. ,
,: Aberdeen
I Russ. Brogue Oxford
,\ SO MUCH Turkish tobacco. _
>J. Unequalled for Style

< BLENDED JUST so with Burley.' $15.00 worth of pleasure for $9.29
It
j AND OTHER Domestic leaf. .
,'- i L. C. Smiths
AND I knew that blend. 4
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WOULD MAKE a hit. ,. __ r
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I COULD
; Just see.
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CROWDS OF happy people. {
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-- THRONGING INTO stores. ,, .
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TO BUY* that cigarette. / THE; UNIVERSITY BOOK STOREBasement

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THEN LIGHTING up. .
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'--'-..-, Language Hall
SMACKING THEIR lips. .
NEW LINE "
OF STATION
UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND
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-;-- AND SAYING, "Oh, Boy. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS, FRESHMAN CAT*

-, MEMORY BOOKS, ETC.
'1 IT'S THE exact copy. Everything For the SUdent
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myself. -
AirTight Tins of 50 .,
I Ask your d6 k-r to show "THIS'TIME you're dreaming. .

: you sealed the tins new of 50 vacuum-Chesterfields -' FOR SURE.. HAT'S a fact-the "Satisfy The Phifer State Bank

A'compact, convenient _L blend" can't be copied. It's our I
own secret-putting those good to
and absolutelyAIR -
WAKE UP, you darn fool baccos together in a that
TIGHT packing way gives Strong Safe and AccommodatingORDER
last ,
the ;jtgarettes keep fresh you every ounce of their fragrance -
WHY THAT 'Satisfy' blend. .
You'll smack
E: indefinitely. > -. your lips over --'
Chesterfields. And remember
r=t SIMPLY CAN'T be copied." get "Satisfy" youcan't --'
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i : were approved by the commencement committee. Aj1
ir; k sfieoI the latest styles are offered and the prices are modestAll

:j plates] are delivered with the cards

Orders for Cords Should be placed now

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1 .... YV7VYVVVVVYVVVVVV. 'SOCIETY NEWS.Philathea -- f
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a1 !fi ! $! _
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< Picnic.
..;. '- The Philathea :
Class
.'- of the Baptist

:r : #thlectlk f : Sunday raea's wIth school enertained the Ba- x TARR FURNITURE CO. Inc. j

r : f1, { t Thursday evening an enjoyable at Earlton picnic Beach.last .

The congenial party made their departure | Tampa, v
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''f fJ".i' .L' : during the latter part of the |J2 Sales Agents For
: \ afternoon, arriving at Earlton
A Good Place to Eat about Berkey and Gay
,t, sundown. | Furniture Globe Wernicke Sectional Bookg

. : Swimming and games were enjoy < Cases, Aeolian, Vocaiion Pathe
Phonopragph
Napanee Kit-
t 0 during the early prat of the even f '

.. after which all repaired to the pay:1 : I chen Cabinets. Belding Hall Refrigerators, Aerolux Porch
lion for a regular old ,
time
n:.:::: Shades : -
Premo-Eclipse
Gas Ranges, Domestic Science '
supper.The !Ii less Cookstoves, Robinson ROdgers "Restwell' FireIi, "
return
trip was made -
t J At .;, .". by 100n- !Ii
"",. light. Office Furniture, Floor Coverings, Draperies, China and
Alachua Restaurant end .unch RoomFOR :f!
i, The U.C. T. Dance. Glassware, Window Shades, Awnings. Yi 'f-

LADIES AND. GENTLEMEN The United Comercial Travelersof riHWWHHK! ;! !fiY; !fifisi! : $!fi: $ i Yi .-:
Georgia and Florida
were e' :
i[ Half a Block from Atlantic.. Coast Line Depot tamed during their convention h- ------- -- --- -. ..... .
,
, GainesvilleFlorid here last week with a delightful ir"onnal "
rtf dance at the Elks' Club 1- t '
l: f Friday evening, given by the townspeople Popular Goods at Popular Prices i ,

f-;... of Gainesville. I atBURKHIM'S
_4.I1"r: Those enjoying this delightful so I

cial: function were the United Commercial : =

Travelers arid their wives: ,

FffifflKia JREffiffi $ the local society contingent and a ,
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few of the University boys. -------------
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DICK REID ml :
k E. K. Chemical Society Banquet ;
!! .
ti Modes of the lIIoment' One of the most enjoyable affairsof t ,
il the past week was the annual banquet ri i

505 Franklin Street -Tamp Floruit I of the E. K. Chemical society t :;

[gSffiffflfffiffiKf Hats-Clothing-Furnishings held Nora' last Nortons Saturday, down evening town. at Miss t ..- ,:,;; THE BOWTON" I : I

At this time Fred Weedon delivered .- -
Refreshment PaiL
his farewell address to the members) I
-- of the society. Mr. Weedon gradu .
: 'T I
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. ates this year, and so turned over Complete Line of Fraternity Stationery .

While in Jacksonville he keys of the club to Mr. R. B. t t .
, Candies andTol accoes of allkinds t
I :Cnight, who will guide the destinies *
i G O Tnr I. f)f the honorary chemical society over t i -- t

irother year in its history.All "Courtesy% Service and Strictly SanitaryThe
c p C of the officers were called on -

r \ 1 t ; : 'I jfor i I president short, talk Arthur: and Crago R. ,B.vice-presi-Knight. ; I


lent, D. E. Williams. secretary and .
Short talks .___ ____ _- _-. n
H. M Massey, responded. ---------- :
pS, 4flLroIIjcrtiael were also given by II. G. Ford, M.: B. r
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\Matlack, F. Weedon and A. Graham, --,- ----:-- -- -- -- - ----- ---- .

. .who will not be back here next year. Ag. Club represented by W. G. tern of Registering Land Titles
. _. ,ly: .,.-'.-"_ .r.>>'[ '1 rs Later each new member was called on Welfe' Roy L. Driggers and L. D. Will- j Should be Adopted in Florida, (constitutionally -

-- | for a few words in regard to the so- iams, won over tIe: Law College last I granted), was the subject -
18, in Peabody for the debate. This is an exceedingly -
: dety.t Wednesday night, May
;s heed I has
.. which
, live question
t debate
. took the final
with
Gla 3e'.F ted The evening was concluded Hail, when they
before the people of tho ;
, beautiful and inspiring addresses by m the inter-college series. This et-:: been brought :
.. Black. the ownership of the Faculty I United States, as well as the peopleof
tIed
? Our Dr. Lee and Profe sor .
o Own| e Lens Gindng Loving Cup for this year. The Farr 1[ several foreign nations, for several -

Literary society won the cup for the I years, and even now is before -,...-
D elaj. AGGIES TAKE CUP two previous years, but they fell the State Legislature of Florida. It
the
of the John Marshall, thus los- is a proposal to entirely change
prey
FROM LAWYERS ing their title to the cup. The Ags. system 'of registering deeds which
I-ColesJ the has heretofore been practiced in this
:
& Son.t I were fortunate in winning over
I is of vital
The question
after they had won th' country.
soon
Lawyers
I IN HOT UEB'IEWin / cup and thus transferring the title importance to land owners, because,
\ Club. if carried out, it would simplify the
the
D Opticians Gainesville, Florid \ from the Farr Litts. to Ag. S. transfer of titles in this States a
team represented by
Lawyer
The
Inter-Collegiate Debating Cap deal, and every person who
L. Scruggs,J. F. Hall and E. E. Flem- great
i When the. Lawyers: Fail to Talk forceful debate deals with land titles knows that we
Zees Catherine presented a very
and ing
Marie Ven- .
kin'd.The
Them Down. I much credit for their need a change of some
and deserve
and Messrs. Charles Qualification. taking the affirma-
Pfeifer and Lawyers
When men strive for posts of trust, Interesting work in: upholding their Literary so ,.
Ag. Club Has Very : tive, reasoned that the Torrens
tech be somewhat -like themselves -
post
Smith motored over to Arrea they must Meeting and Election of Officers ciety. simpler less expensive and
tern was ,
and stand steady Herbert Resolved: That the Torrens SysWhnInJaksonviI1e -
: during the past week end. tttu'm
-- -- ---- the present time. The argument was
---= ---- -- -"- good and' carried out by the speakers I 4
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- of the affirmative.Mr. .
Hall, the second speaker of the :
affirmative, showed his ability as an .!

," orator as well as a debater, and pri-
',.
sented many facts in a language that J

a was pleasing to the oratorical ear.
:; Mr.'E. E. Fleming, the last speakerof
TKo Store Accomrrvodotir\ :
"t the affirmative, gave a very force-
: Store ful argument against the points
'
; ,' raised by the negative, and was a
VlSlt&f. Speaker for the affirmative.
< < strong
< of the affirmative,
< Jacksonville The first speaker I
: : the heart of Mr. Scruggs, stated that the proposition '

: ; was a question for sensible de- J

.' ; : bate, and not for high flown oratory. .- tHe
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"A-LIVE presented many facts and was

T .. very forceful in his manner. of de
S .
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livery.
p The concluding man for the nega-
J tive was Mr. L. D. Williams. He

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Carry Your Old Hats to It R
With this the last issue of the Alligator comes the end of the NEW YORK HAT CLEANERS I
scholastic year of 1920-21. Classes are over and only the finale to have them I I :P.
ams remain to be completed. When they have been taken the Cleaned, Blocked and Made New ,t -
student body will leave for the vacation an'l 1 sfifY!: ; ; $!fi
some only summer Candy, Confectionery and ({ i 3 tfi s '' S$
others never to return again. To the Seniors who are going out Cigar Store in Connection YiftfiIifi! !fi
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into life we wish the very best of success and hope that they will Imported' Greek Candy, 75% lb. I I! !fifiRfi! !
ever cherish the love for their Alma Mater that has been de .
, veloped during their stay here. For the others who are just going M. BLIZIOTES, Prop. t'
West Main Street Next A. C. L 'j
away for the summer there remains a great work to be ac Water but
complished. j I !| You Can Lead a Cork to j

I Cannot Make it Sink
The University of Florida will develop and grow in proportionto I You
the efforts that are put forth by: the students themselves m
talking up 'Gatorism throughout the State. We have the best Baird. Hardware .Co. Don't 1 tet this suit value we are going to tellS

State College in the South hero, and the only reason why more but let it
SPORTING GOODS
imagination on
men do not attend is that-the University of Florida is not as well ou about float "n your

known as some other colleges out of the borders of the State. sink in your mind until you find out that seeing
Certainly this is a condition that should be remedied. If everyman KOpAKS.CUTLERY.
who leaves here next week will return to his respective hometown i I: is belie\ir g. Al 1'sent treatment's ont get you one

and present the graduates cf their high schools with the ofttoteall \\col Kisc ba 1m flannel suits i n
truths about the wonderful college located within this State, the
Legislature will be forced to make a special appropriation, as J catlier jingle l or double brcsted! style at $251
there will not be standing room here. Why should a man go out ,
r of the State for a college education when the University of Flor Hione 7 GiUnesville- Pfc 3'iv Nu i SeJI
ida has one of the highest rated faculties in the country? Fvery it
athlete owes his Cervices to his native State, and his presence at '
SadafactiOll Guar.teed <
the State University will bring greater fame to the name of the >I r B-.Lndt The Clothier
entire State. ,South Side Sfljw-r :
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When these facts are presented to the men who have just .
graduated from high school along with a personal invitation to attend ---. .

the University of Florida win begin to grow, and nothing -JACKSONVILLESPORTING .---- :""" .- ..... ... -_ ..... ....... -
can stop it. The University of California is one of the two 1
largest schools in the country It is large because many men at- f
; tend from other States on account of the California climate. '
Practically every man or woman who .has visited the two States GOODSCOMPANY I AUTO SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES I
) will testify that Florida is by far the superior of the two whenit I
comes to climate. Then why should not the University of II I

Florida draw some of these men who are going west every year GOODYEAR and AJAX I'
for their education? We cannot expect to bring students her "The Sportsman's 'st<
from other States until the young men of Florida show confidencein L.&: A. Outboard.Motor t ,
their State institution by their own attendance here. When ...Wwt Bv / tt'.f.'ePtaon"*.'71* -[>
every man, woman and child comes to realize the greatness and
the superiority of the University of Florida, then and not until ,4 Gainesville Auto Supply Company I
then, will we be able to draw men from othen States. It cer 1
tainly is time for the student body and the people of this State tc \ ( I
THINK this matter over and then join in making the Universityof 1 Standard andPopular .
'. Florida the biggest and best State college in the entire countryMen Music ->. ii' ______ ____ -__ .., ... .... .I. ..
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AND SHINE PARLOR I Phone 86. >. r' At the regular meeting of theBenton .: !

.1' Engineering Society it was

fo'. Geo. Tampas and Louis Eliades Proprietors t tI .. sss nsBfcgsa'(, decided to donate the famous Tesla ...."-
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115 West Main Street North-Phone 139.IlTatherwax '
: Agents Franklin T.West j ....,........ ........... Thomas to the Physics This being department unanimously _.S
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decided, the meeting turned '
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t\r.\ its attention to the election of officers.

....................... j SPORTING GOODS J: For the presidency, Mr. Leisher unanimousvote. carried -
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!I. ( Lawn Tennis .5 The society is looking forward
Ball BaseBall\ succesful year under the :
t THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT : Foot to a most Mr.
executive.
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Hardware of all Kinds. 46 leadership of this -
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OFTHEUNIVERSIT |I it is
Y OF GEORGIA THE THOMAS COMPANY dent President, so Leisher expires before histerm

m AU Residents of the State Free of Tution \ it Phone 22 1 r, its feet.is up Count the society Yarnoff will and still Mr.be on J. '
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laboratories fully equipped th latest apparatus. G. Thomas were The society r
. t Ctal years taught in new and complete hospitals. and treasurer. deliberatet
- AD the medical and surgical charities of Augusta considered the what candidates they deemed the ..
JMRichmond County under control of the Medical I ly and chose evils and elected Mr.
Department, thereby assuring wealth o f clinical lesser of two sack. Counts po-
l, to hold the
material I''| Thomas perfectly inthe
Entrance Requirements: Two ;years of college CROSBY COMPANY Ilitical machine election worked and he goes wth a
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Wrk((as prescribed), which with the first two years of t\\ I for Quality" I unanimous vote to represent the society ; ,
medicine entitles the student to a B. S. Degree. the Debating Council. DnBenton
I, For further the and Silverware on Critic. '
information
addresss lewelry, China, Cut Glass was chosen ,
Fine to adjourn
made
Diamonds
ttDlCAL DEPARTMENT OF UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA A motion was Knight '
Augusta. Georgia 1\\ Jacksonville, Fla. but owing to the filibusters,
and another
"A Medical School\\ith A College Spirit" 104 West Bay Street and Perkins, it was lost the new
-- _. I \ Packages Sent on Request I offered, which provided that
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Rings officers
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t Rhodes Scholar Lecture Class of'21 The S H' 0 E S Novelty
Continued from page 1e (Continued from Page Onines .) Lyric
view of the conditions in England thi- / in the various denominations J
Is a very large sum, sufficiently large represented at the university. This H B. M. TENCH H SuitingsThey
I anyhow to enable one to live in the :"aer the 'sermon is to be deliveredy The Home are the latest Creatiot
I best of style and at the same time IK one of the most prominent divinesf I O Gainesville, O for the well dressed
able to grasp the opportunities fo' ;-, the Episcopal church. ma
I for Spring and
I general benefit and recreation. Muc'! The men who are to receive their Summ
t Interest is shown in athletics, espec, diplomas from the University thJt! E Florida E wear.
tally in rowing, which is greatly facil rear are: Price rom $25 ti $3)
; itated by the close proximity of the College of Law-A. L. Adams, E OF IS HOE S
Thames river. Also track, cricket and \V. Boring, .J. S. Clarke, J. :M. Ed- Nick Damat(
other games are popular with the Ox- rehi, E. B. Green, C. J. Hardee, J. W
ford students. Liddon, W. M. Madison F. H. M< j j S p.e Vidal Drug Company Cleaning Pressing and Alteric

The facilities for instruction: at Ox- for, O. H. Norton, E. B. Quinan, C Good Pictures I "or Drugs, Stationery, TrtletArticles 121 E. Union St.
ford cannot be excelled. The colle A. Savage, S. L. Scruggs, E. C. Vin- Candies
tions of books, valuable manuscripts ing. Souvenir Cards Waterman Pen. Phone 511
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works of art etc, are most complete College of Agriculture-C. P. A1ierson ;
>W f representing the accumulations of P. O. Baker, H. E. Bratley, ------- -- I _.,

I many centuries; while the instructors A. K. Bishop, D. L. Christiance, R. -:. ..--....e-rrILLCL-..+....._:.LZItLrLLtL-LrlLtf.....1..1J1 ;; ;;ns.: '1-1;:n r-i ft J1 rt ft f.-1.CU;;J1n;=LZuUUU:: 1J1nJ1n.00j;; ;: ;;=UUUUUUU:1;: : : : ...__ULC_I .-'fLh..--....iYiy--.-;.-.-------yyI.JIJilu:--.-;.-......:. .
In general are world-wide'' authorities L. Driggers, JJ.J K. Goldsby, J. R :
I 1 on the subjects which they teach. In Gunn, H. G. Hamilton, C. P. Heuck, s fi.'I; I t
I the realm of literature and related W. H. Mahoney, C. H. Nichols, L. B. 1 1r
fields, especially, is Qxford a leader. Tan, W. G. Wells, L. D. Williams. !Iii i
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Dr. Johnson, of dictionary fame, wasa College of Engineering' D. Almond !w I
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student there, while the new and H. G. Ford, G. W. Hartman fi I t'Ii
most authentic Oxford Dictionaryowes McCoy Hubbard, V. E. Huff, D. B r r
its birth to men within the in- Knight, W. A. McKey, J. R. Moor 1
stitution. head. Jr., C. A. Pfeiffer, Jose de Sam- m !
The appointment; to these scholarships paio, C. S. Thomas, Joseph N. Wat
is in the hands of the Rhodes kins.
I Scholarsip committee, of which Mr College of Arts and Sciences-C. ( I Late Arrivals
Stockton is the secretary. Two me Coxe, H. M. Friedlander, B. D. CM l I 4
are selected during each period of C. D. Johnson, M. B. Matlack, H. M .
1 three years from this State, the basis Merchant, T. O..Otto, ,M. Stein, R. F I .
of appointment being upon general Weedon. New shirts of Canadian Creepc. (!
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all-around ability. Next year, Mr. Teachers' College-S. W. Cason, G .
Stockton announced, one man wouldbe C. Hamilton and five others who a need these slr'rts this summer

_ j appointed to follow the last man also registered in college of agricu ,fi; They are the soft comfortable, kind _
I receiving the great honor, Herbie ture. I
Ford, in the fall of 1923. Everyman y That do not require ironing -..
has a chance, and the fellow wh f -
works Universita "Y" Meets Faculty y Colors: Blue, Lavender and Salmon
f the hardest will probably find r3i
his efforts rewarded with the gift o' Continued from page 1 I ,
the greatest scholarship in existence. I I
I I necessary means of promotion ofthe m
Anyone desiring to enter as a candidate 393-SO Each -'
W for this selection may do so by 1 I Y. work. The payment of the wtf
u geting in touch with this committee I I1 I part of the budget that goes to the s
Y. M. C. A. is optional to the stu !
\\1 I c- orseeing Dr. Murphree, who kind 'r
j' dents. I of them knew the .
one
1i volunteered to give any informpossible I every ** .-> ,
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value of their to this cause
money
for the benefit of the students !
II there would be no hesitancy in pay-
? of the U. of F. IF.fi i
ing it at the beginning of the next .'.
SHOE SHINE PARLOR school term. It behooves every !& '_
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I Florida man to realize that what he Jfi .. ":
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CHESNUT'Sa does for the Y. will aid some other r.r.- J.J.I"

Florida if not he himself and be {
boy
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SHOE STORE
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correct styles, high grade quality and workmanship ffi; E Most of- the U. of Fla.; men who run

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KNOX HATS, STETSON HATS, back to school without stopping at least I

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