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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: July 1, 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>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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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IN HISTORY OF +
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IYERSITY + OBEDIAH OUT OF +

CO-EDUCATIONAL SUMMER ++ TilE 1 STICKS. +1 SCHOOL \WILL BE DECIDED BY CONTEST

\ SCHOOL$ FOR TEACHERS THIS YEAR + (By Tobretaw) ++ -
+ ; Only Subscriber to the Alligator I
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PROFESSORS WELL test Deciding Winner of Honor '
CITIZENS .j
SOWN4 POPULARITY ADDED OF CITY *
FACULTY.I This column is devoted to chronicling ] STAGED AT GYMTONIGHT and Prize.CONTEST .

I the experiences of one Obidiah t
FURNISH CLOSES TUESDAY
CARS
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I' Korn Poan, who is here at the
up
school of 1921 started r4
summer NIGHT JULY 11, 8:00 O'CLOCK t
-week ': with a rush and at the University from his native flatwoods f:

of tiis writing is still going STUDENTS TO S. s. for the first time. He has been interviewed CONTESTANTS ARE MEN OF Picture, of Winner to be Publishedin '!.
by our star reporter, and the .Alligator the Fallowing! 17
Registrar the
The reports
ng. his EXPERIENCE IN BOXING WHO
impressions are set down below Week. Be Sure to Vote. j
enrollment ever witnessed at .
st WILL PUT UP HARD FIGHT
All students in his own words- t
desiring to attend
fold U. of,F. All the returns are any FOR WINNERSHIP.The .
y yet in, but it is safe to say that of the Sunday Schools in Gainesvilleare If our readers find this interesting; has been a subject of hot debate Ii IiIt

total enrollment will not fall far requested to be at the corner of we will endeavor to have an interview University Boxing club will on and around the cam pub as to who
:. Buckman Hall at 9:30 o'clock on Sun- with Obidiah every week. is the most beautiful of all the fair
|rt of 850, if indeed it does not put on its iritial event tonight at the
teed that figure. day mornings. "Come right in, Mister, and set Gym at 7:30 p. m., for those who will damsels in the summer school. As :

Oh woman in our hours of ease, Autos going direct to the various yoself down ire that air chair,' thus be unable to attend the Dempscy- stated in another column we have t-
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fickle and hard to please." Sunday !schools will have the following Obidiah greeted our representative as Carpentier fight in New Jersey. c with us this summer a higher average :

"oy Utle, did the poet who wrote theses colored streamers.- he entered the barracks south ol Two of the men, Lee and Lester, of feminine pulchritude than has
Methodist Thomas Hall. Obidiah shot an accu were professional boxers of some ever before graced the Florida cam- -
r realize that the time would come Episcopal-Green '- rate stream of tobacco juice out thru prominence during their hitch in the pus. Among so many dazzlers it is I
en we would have the fair ones Baptist-Purple. hole in the a hard matter to give the palm tb
i a screen where an old hat army, and will take part in the
f h us in our hours of labor also, Presbyterian-Blue. in the hole left a margin to be used matches. any particuler one without long and

[.make the labor seem lighter and Church of Christ-Gold. by the expert expectorators. The bouts will be held as follows: serious consideration and deep scientific .
day go by like a song, brightened Students for the church investigation.We I
remaining "Well Obidiah, how do you find First event-15 minutes wrestling
her fairy presence. But that day service will be brough back to the things:! here?" matdh-Lee vs. ):mmon# These stroll along from Mess Hall to 1

_. Come and, Gracious! how the lads University in Autos also. """aI, Mister, Ah'll tell yo'. All wrestlers are expected to entertain the College Inn, or from Language :f

DW their appreciation. Hardboiled This is one of the many things that been so gosh durrt busy'since I firsgot with a hot fight. .Hall to Peabody and our eye is.caught 1- .
: students who used to shave on the citizens of Gainesville are doing here that hit don't seem if Ah had Second event-Gill, 155; vsOgle- by a stunning blonde. We have hardly t
|ristmas and Fourth of July and I for the students to show them that time to find a dad blamed thing." tree, 159. These men are well time to catch our breath in undisguised i

ver wore a collar are now blos- we are welcome to their city. "Now the fust day Ah) got here AY matched in size and only a bout will admiration, before a ravishing -

ing forth in resplendent silk Memories of the summer school in was kinder tired out. Yo see Ah had decide the best man. brunette is espied rounding into .

'its and ,keeping the barber busy Gainesville will remain long in the to make that air change at Waldo and Third event--Stanton, 200; vs. full view off our starboard bow. Immediately I

... ho says 'woman is not responsible hearts of the students, for the citf- Wait five hours to git me a train to Beach, 120. TJfe .T ig difference in our thoughts are sidetracked !

the refinements of civilization;? zens are puting forth every possible come on in to Gainesville. Me and ma the weight of these contestants is expected -i and we give our attention to :

1 The writer is a veteran of many effort to cause our stay here to be a sister we got inter Waldo fore sunup to make this a comical fight. the latest arrival, but before we can

.. mer schools and has weathered, pleasant:! one.COI1IEHCIAL. and it- was sure co1d1.ft: that: air sta Fourth events-Larson 139. vs. come to any decision in_Jhe -matter .
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_" storms'of many annual groups of Lion, but Ah took the oil out of a Ethridge, 135. Hard fighting is expected -I of who is the prettier of the two a ; ,
eds. It is his honest opinion that : EDUCATIONThe couple lamps there and found some in this bout to keep the crowd i little grey-eyed maid, neither blonde ''

e personelle of this summer's era wood an made us a fire, so hit was al- from getting tired and weary. i nor brunette crosses our horizon. l 1 ld;:

: j llment has the_highest average in tendency of the age is towardsa right. Fifth event-Leel, 133; --vs5; Vill- The result of all this Ja an ex- i.;

auty, intelligence and general all practical education. Commercial "The fust thing we done when wt acres, 145. Villacres will show the .1, treme and painful mental confusion, .

und pet that has ever graced this subjects are becmoing more and more got into Gainesville was to find us a crowd what kind of men come from I and many hot arguments are indulgedin '

.' mpus. This is the unanimous sen- important, and are recognized by ev- place to stay at, ma sis she had a South America. but the adherents of any one girl .

ment of all who have mentioned the ery first class High School, College, place spoke for ori: the campus, .sc Sixth event-Pfeil, the scrapping have not sufficient.... data to prove their

_bject. Judging from these initiations or University throughout our country. she was all set, but Ah had to hunt Swede, vs. Lester, the fighting Irish- point. k
it looks as though anythinge Busincts education includes all those me a place. Wai, Ah reckon At man. This will be the main fight of The Alligator, desiring to act in '

student body starts this summer practical branches in the school cur- must of walked four or five miles: the evening. It was put on last so the role peacemaker between the

nil be put over in first rate style, riculum whicU specifically fit a per- over this here town atotin' ma grip, that all students who were lateWould warrnig factions, has decided to put

Or we have excellent material. son for a business career It is gen- till Ah got me a place. The lady al not miss\ it. the matter to vote, and we are asking-

iVTiethcr it be a high rank in studies erally conceded that those who wish the boardin' house was right nice, but everyone, girls as well as boys, to

-'; jj>r a watermelon frolic, you may be tocope with our complex business or- she asked for pay in advance, but Al; Y. M. C. A. STAGES FIRST take an active. part in settling' this

ure that what ever they attempt to ganization and highly developed com- had it. Yes Suh, Ah had nine dol ENTERTAINMENT OF SUMMERLast matter. --

put across will go over the top and be mercial life, arid to succeed, must lars and forty cents. Had it irt aright -, Of course, we expect that every

howling Success.Of train their mind and hand along safe place too. Paw had pinned Friday night, the Y. M. C A., fellow will vote for his own specialtootsiewootsie

course most of the students are these lines. it inside ma undershirt with a safety; under the capable direction of Secretary 'so we are dependingupon

rom the sunny State of the pine and With the dawn of the Twentieth pin afore Ah left home. Ah jest, White, put on the first entertainment the girls to get together and

Imetto, but we have a sprinkling Century arrived a new era in the com- asked the lady to step outside a min V"
f others. Georgia, Carolina and mercial world. Commercial suprem- ute, while Ah opened my safe, then, session. The entertainment took the they think it the best looking among 1

,, : yen. as far north as New York and acy means everything today that Ah give it to her. form of movies, accompanied by mu- them all. No objection: is made to ti tia
: sago are represented here this military supremacy meant in the Mid- "Wai suh, after Ah got washer girl voting for herself, but take a t

.,, ummer. France, China and South dle Ages; so that to be a success one up and got outside of some grub Al I sic.The first picture was a travel pic- little tip from the 'Gator before you .
Vmenca are also represented. must avail himself of every opportunity perambulated mase'f on out to th! ture, showing scenes among the Cliff do this. Be sure you poll at least -

,- Not only have we new members in to meet the ever'increasing, de college. They dome told me that AV I Dwellers, also scenes in the National one other vote.' That will avert sus- .

the student body, but the faculty has mand'of the age. People are living had to .get mase'f registered. Ah'c l Park. picion. We are starting this contest
..'1> received several valuable additions. rapidly, and learning quickly. We are heard tell of registerin' stock and I The next offering was "Enoch Ar- right away. i( .

[Space does not permit an account. of carried with the speed of the wir.U to hogs and suchlike, but that was th< den," a classic and still a favorite. This week you start voting for the ,

: [all of these men, but we will mention the uttermost parts of the earth, andit fust time Ah ever heard tell of a mar The dramatic acting and wonderful prettiest girl in the summer school. I .

; [three just as a sample of the type is true today, as never before, that gettin' registered, but Ah reckoned scenery, particularly the sea-scene", The contest will run two weeks and

[of men we are fortunate ins possessing the path to national prosperity and hit must be all right, so Ah says t<. were well screened.The the ballot box will be closed at 8

in as our instructors greatness lies in educating the people the feller: 'where is this here regis third picture was a comic, o'clock Tuesday evening, July 12th. f:

..,: Professor Enwall, who has accepted along commercial lines, and in teach term' place at?' "Superstitious Sammy," and it was a The ballot box will be placed itf the of I
the chair of psychology is a man of ing them to grapple with the resources "He pointed out a noble big buildin' scream. The hero ridden by all the Y. M. C A. Just write the name

: [unusual experience, ability and of nature for the purpose of all made, out of red brick that look old wife superstitions of the civilized your candidate on the first line of ,

achieve menu. Profesor Enwall, as a makirrg these resources into productsfor like the court house up to the count. world, was constantly knocking on (Continued on page 2.) ;'4 .
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I young man, was educated in a Naval civilization to enjoy.ALBERT seat back home. Ah went in then( wood, dodging black cats and making .

i Academy. He followed the sea as an JOHNSTAD, an-' Jumpin' Jehosophat, man, yot I long journeys rotnd( (; ladders) He CUBA. i'

officer in the days of 'the square Commercial. Instructor, University of (Contiuued on Page Six) wasted so much time that his fiancee ..i"l
x rigged ships. Deciding to further his Florida, Summer Session. finglly gave him the byebyeand Accuse a>pd Defend AmencaAlively :
little set-to occurred in the Cu- a
worked married another man.
education and
; he ashore
came
students have en-
his Universities ofhigh More than 100 The Y. M. C. A. will stage a movie ban congress when a few disparaging ;
way through three
rolled in some commercial subject or Tuesday night and will en- remarks were thrown out about the
Working A TownIn every
; rank in this country. session and there is Regular offered
during this Maza
other
which will United States. Deputy
pictures
with fleaver to secure
dogged grit for sixteen years interest in this de- to
manifested keen the president
a well entertaining. resolution asking
and at the same be instructive as as a ;
supporting a family
partment this year. a House Mr. Wil- furnish some information
tie During the performance congress
he is the of two
now possessor class in
teaches GenEnoch
a
degrees the Mr. Johnstad lett rendered popular songs on the about the mission of
of Doctor Philosophy,
of
Highest degrees granted. He is the Palmer Method of Penmanship is 52 students, and Ask For What You piano which were taken up at the Crowder, who was sent by the Wash-
his present enrollment I some months ago
only chorus by the audience. Mr. Mal- ington government
man, understand, to possess
we of Penmanship is Cuban
Method the
two< such degrees in any Southern The Palmer three-fourths of i Want We phurs operated the picture machine,J to help straighten out Mr.
University. taught in more than Generally and it is agreed that his techniquein election tangle. In his peech
All who are so lucky as Schools and Colleges in the < United Statee had
the High
to be / this line Was faultlessHe is not Maza said the
in his classes in exPressing J
are as one
.. United States. It is an up-to-date Have It. one to spoil a good picture by care- aided Cuba to get her independencefor
their of his -
admiration personality .
here
students
system of writing, ard! tbe selfish purpoe of increasing
less operating.
and ability as a teacher. of learning to that remark -
opportunity power. But
Professor have an The Y. M. C. A. offers a social pro- her own world
Draper teaching English who has had Both the
write from an instructor Bojnetbiag.
started
and of games|f on the campus from "
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several Educational isone gram
subjects of experience in presenting majority aid the leafierof
many years leader of the
8 night. Sautrdajr/night
7 to every -
of the in the :
foremost experts their feet
country the subject. at the Social Hall there Is social the minority jumped;: to 1
on vocational education. He aid the il
which will be instructive and denounced the speech .
: played
Defused several offers from large H. C. Johnson and Misses Erma THE COLLEGE INN games The prevailing-sentiment -
electrical 'Melrose to school teachers, for use atContinued speaker.
concerns including the and Ora Odom motored over to in favor of America.
(Continued on page 6.) Sunday to visit relatives. "_ ( on Page Five was clearly i W
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OF GLEE CLUBSOn THE MOST- BEAUTIFUL -

+ + + + + + + + ++ + + + + + + + + + THE DISCIPLINE OF THE SCHOOL"All ORGANIZATION SUMMER SCHOOL \V ,

last Monday evening quite a DECDED BY C'UbConti It.
: i1
: SOCIETY AND CLUBS training, which society givesto
number of the students of the Uni- ,
individuals, which helps them to
+ better control their powers, may be veristy met at the Gym arid organizedthe ( ued from Pa,)

,; Marjorie end Naomi Moffitt + called disciplinary.** There are five Summer School Glee Clubs. J. the ballot sHp below. Ptt '

: ', t + + + + + + + + ++ + + + + + + + + fundamental modes of disciplining a E. Willett was elected President and name on thel second line.
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L child. Miss Louise Pedigo was elected sec- a subscribe A entitled J,, ,.,:"
SATURDAY :NIGHT
?-'' PEABODY CLUB DANCE The first mode is the absolute authority retary-treasurer.- About- forty. > were- out the ballo slip and crep \. .'
I I in its simplest present, and Frof. Davis, uirecior ox Ballot Box inthe Y. M. C. '
e Pedagogy A
Last Thursday evening June 23, There will be a dance in the Gym school directed week's
music at the summer In next Alligator
form, is the oldest science of man. :
the club was called to order and Mr. \rt..
Saturday night of each week under I them in singing of hymns for a short the candidates =
ar.dI nounce
started
This authority years 3d
I ; H. C. O'Bryant, the president during ttr.t
I the winter session, acted as tempor- the suervision of Miss Rose Cox and years ago and when the public school while. After the ladies left, the men spfcctive standing. In tbe s

Mr. P... G. Manchester assisted by the commenced on, their practice for the
ary chairman until the president for I became an actuality, this disciplinarypower woks Alligator we ;wi\|

i the lummer could be elected. following committee selected by of the parent still remained male chorus.It the winner and publish } _

: First in order of business was election them Mr. Leon Gray, is chairman, with the teacher, none questioning is urgently requested that all graph. The prize is a bete -
his authority. This system of abso- those who sing will meet each Mon emblem pin, with the ins into
.1 of officers. P. L- Peaden was with Mr. J. E- Willett and Mr. L. G. I rf
'l! elected president; H. C. O'Bryant, Thomas, assisting. lute control is the oldest and simplest day evening at the Gym at 7 o'clock, University of Florida, gHerj. .?'
::! form known to the world today. This when regular rehearsal will be held. 'Gator to the girl getting % .
rice-president Miss Hazel
; ; Ormsby, These dances are to be given for "*.
ercetary-treasurer; Ballard Simmons, the student body only and are to type of school government stir exists The men are wanted at both of these cost number of votes.
I today, but it is now recognized as rehearsals, but especially at the last Everyone get busy and
critic;. Mrs. L. C. Crofton, reporter; conform to certain rules and regula- ifc__
Mrs. Hamon, sergeant-at:arms. tions, which each student agrees to unjust and very often harmfuL There hour Come out and help us sing this contest a hot one.
: exists few instances where it also yourself. -L. P. Here is the ballot for
Mr- Beeson for six years a memberof when they sign the lists expressing a may and enjoy thn,

Peabody Club, and now taking their desire to dance. The ladies will be used successfully. They are, first: WHERE IS PATRIOTISMSix Beauty Contest: "-,
.. post-graduate work, gave a !short when the pupil is quite young and not
please register with Miss Rose Cox '
t
Name of Candidate _.
talk, suggesting ways by which Peabody 44 Buckman Hall, and the men will far enough advanced to use other hundred students are reading "

f Club could be made the strongest find a place to register in the Y. M. methods; second, when there is a their room-mates' Alligator's. Sub-

organization ort the campua this need of a clear cut decision and immediate issue and --
C. A. If you desire to dance Satur- scribe, preserve every you -
summer. day night, be sure and register at action; and third, when? the will have a complete record of the
Name of Subscriber .
A temporary program committeewas once. pupil becomes an anarchist and defies Summer School for future reference.We ---..
apointed by the to all law and order. These methods
president
six series of articles
It is the intention of the committee expect to run -
serve until the regular committee should be used with the ,
very young
in charge to run a strictly decent either of which will be easily
( could be elected Carleton the socially untrained, and the abnor-
: Boyd
We I :
worth the of
dance, and any departure from this price subscription. ;
Absolutely no votes will bt
chairman; Mrs. Crofton and Mrs. Ha- mal.
will not be tolerated want to make this the banner sum-
mono The second mode is the appeal to except votes by subscribes I
IIir
: C. A. GRAY, Chairman.J. mer school Alligator in the history of
Mr. Beeton was apointed chairmanof the personal interest of the child. their names to their ballots.
E. WILLETT, I the Universty of Florida, we have
tha membership committee and There is the motive of reward and the --
L. G. THOMAS, Committee. I the largest enrollment, therefore If you are not already.!
given power to select other members aim of self-improvement. "Every -
9 nothing but lack of co-operation can scription list, get your_ i
to serve with him. time a child receives a recognized
reward -
l SAMPLE COPIES prevent it. Co-operate with the staff, righf away, !so that you wllta-
Every student in summer school is for doing right, his faith in the
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it subscribe for the 'Gator, and write titled to use the ballot in nt..
expected to join this, the only liter- paying qualities of goodness is increased ;
The Alligator for the first issue articles and jokes whenever possible. issue of the Alligator.
: "
ary club on the campus for summer : Children have learned to
school students. ojrJy will dV;tribute sample copies. Subscriptions may be given to any Pay your subscription tt 3fe Ba\\
ire
expect punishment school if theydo
t The enthusiasm manifested at the This is to let you know what kind ofa wrong. Self-interest should be member of the staff or to the sub lard Simmons, circulation aosagr,
'
t first meeting of Peabody Clog only paper we are going to put out, awakened in the child not by offer- scription teams; also paid at the Alli- or any of his deputies.
ii Absolutely no sample copies will beavailable gator office ire room 34, basement Lan-
forecasts what be in .
may expected I ing any glittering prize, but rather "
after this first issue. 11 guage Hall. OH, WHAT POWEl
j the future. Peabody has
always by encouraging the child to study in

I stood for the literary development order that he become useful
may a should recognize that fact as it will "Dat shine ain't
Potent no goad for
of the students and we hope that this It
citizen. It
is admitted that there is
summer will mark the highest point He hugged her in the shadowy hall- lead to an undue amount of. self- body. I got some with sidi t. H.
danger in this mode, but to avoid this
esteem. In this mode there lurks
Roller heave to hit-I'm teffi&f
< way. yeb-
of development that ha yet been
t danger must lie
entirely with the
,- reached. "Oh," she giggled breathlessly.: teacher. many hidden Hangers and the wise that when I went and drapped a few

Jt If you wish instruction and fun attend never realized the power of the press The method teacher will soon learn to recognize drap3 on af: tumble bug whit TOrollin't !
next is that of control
Peabody next Thursday night until this moment." them. a ball of fertilizer near &
through personal influence. In- this
f at 8 o'clock at the Gym, and hear the mode lie The time during the period of warehouse, he drapped his fertilize,
the making
may or the ruination adolescence
music and "Did one which especially ran over to a bale of cotton mgga
I I debating reading you take a bath last night of the child's a
life. All teachersare
All are welcome. "No. Did you miss one?" ndt demands wise and personal guidance. was movin 'n said: 'Come on, BIJ
) ., exempt from vanity and they (Continued on Page Six) Boy; let's go/ "

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NATIONAL BANK S the same violent fellow" I
+ .FICTION COLUMN Eagle Barber Shop
) Established in 1888 jjj + Pierre comes home to his modest
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little house. Inside
a young and
( Florida | + (By Campus Writers) + Satisfied Customers ;
pretty woman is lying sick, in the
i! i _!fI! + bed. Her young daughter and little Next Door to '
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... son close beside her. Pierre, enterI I
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1 I The Alligator has always been for- His wife remarks his countenanceand 1 F
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j tunate in securing talent on the cam- asks him: '
New York Hattersand
Get AcquaintedLook pus to aid in filling its columns, but "What is wrong, my poor fellow?"
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j seldom has it been so lucky as to be Pierre, enraged, answers: s

Them Over Carefully (. ', able to publish a story with the stampof "Oh, everything is wrong. I am Fruit Co. : \
disgusted. I have to work like _
genius so plainly printed upon it & Ii, i
I slave, do what I can, still that bruteof
as the tale set below-
a foreman always looks for trou- Lowney's Candies Kept in
WHITE '-" ,: '> r 3 The author, i'rofesspr Camille "
.7 ble.
j' Refrigerator Show Case
... "' l Eynard, is a native of France, and "You ought not to get discouraged, r
: HOUSE -, a graduate with high honors from the Pierre. Francois Gilbert is not as
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j Next Door to A. C. L. Depot
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University of Paris. He has recently wicked as you think. You shoud
have told him of sickness how I
SHOES :. been teaching French in Daytona. my ,
you had to nurse me at night and
Professor Eynard has sold several
consequently could not atterd to
!i-iscripts to French moving picture producers your work" Baird Hardware Co. '
Made comfortable fitting lam at priced that ;
over are I has I .
rightj and received letters of "Surely, told him so, but that
,, !i warmest praise on his scripts sent to man is heartless. He paid no,atten- SPORTING GOODS :
'Jj several of the leading American pro- tion and is going to reduce my week
j If. ducers. wages.-Good Lord! How shall we Kodaks

I I The story below is written the live,*we owe the grocer and the drug- s 1
Cutlery ,
BOWERS SHOE STOREEast somewhat abridged style needed for gist big bills." .

the movies, but it has lost nothing by "I believe the best thing you could .I
-\. this. The editor has never had submitted do, would be to try and straighten Phone 7 Gainesville, Fla. t
Main, Street, South I to him a story which he read matters 'with the foreman: perhaps Satisfaction Guaranteed

)t with more absorbed interest and pre- you have been violent; go to him tomorrow ;
r South
sents it with his unqualified approval before pay time, apologize, Side Square

1 -- I to The Alligator readers. It is human and I am certain he will give you full

drama of the most striking and pay. Besides, f. am better, you won't

appealing type.FORGIVE. have to nurse me anymore. Come, J ,
COODY'S CAFETERIAand US OUR SINS be a good fellow, kiss me, supper is S HOE S '
(By Camille Enyard) ready; then go to bed and sleep over .. ; t.
A factory in a large industrial townin it." H B. M. TENCH H 1

France where the workmen are After Pierre had gone to bed, Suzanne I I .
\ paid on the basis of pieces finished could not sleep. She saw in'*
DINING ROOM .. '. and on the quality of their work. her' mind the day the foreman had O Gainesville, 0 (
Francois Gilbert, the foreman, is inspecting called her into his office. She was I| .
"fr Fit for a King" and counting the weekly passing in the street, a basket on her !i I E Florida E '

i ..: output. A workman, Pierre Leroux, arm, when the contre-maitre opened
I is! found with work of poor qualityand I his window, saying:
HOURS S HOE S
AT ALL
MEALS
below standard in number of Will you please come in for a moment -

pieces. there is something I want to
). From 6:30 a. m. to 8:30 ,p. m. The foreman! rebukes him for his ask you?" .

failure, saying: "Last time I warned Thinking it must be something con-
you that unfinished 'work would be cerning Pierre, she went in-
I The best of foods well cooked
very
deducted from your pay, and this Francois standing in the door, wel-
f t pastry's and Foods all Home Cooked time you'll have to suffer the consequences comed herf and locked the door,
1 ." saying:

f Special Rates on Meal Tickets Pierre, angry at these remarks, "Let us speak calmly for a mo- NORAH ::.

::4"t remonstrates: "Didn't I tell you that ment." ;.' I
CHICKEN DINNERS SUNDAY AND WEDNESDAY my wife is sick, I have to nurse her "But why do you lock the door?"
at night, and I am so tired that I she asked."I .
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can't do any better.-My excuses do not want other people comingin
108 East Main Stree :! orth. One Block from Square don't count with you.-Where I am and I wish to be alone with you,

+' concerned you have no pity.Vh t for a momertt?" ART .

about Joseph Pardoux?-Last Satur- Suzanne, &$11 standing, Francois

day he came out worse than I, but seized her in his arms and tried to
4I -- I and
.. 4II everything goes where he is con- kiss her. Suzanne pushed him back ;
t cerned. I presume it is due to the in terror and said: "Leave me alone, '

fj I t' DROP IN t fact that you make love to his wife. you brute-If! you touch me I will GIFT SHOP

i Remember, you tried it with my wife, scream! Open the door immediately. ,
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11 ono F. STOCK but that stuff doesn't go wth her.i -I will tell Pierre, he will kill you." .' ';

You're aware of the fact now.-Suzanne The next morning, Pierre left his : ,-

' J is an angel! A woman chaser little house, early, to go to the officeof
t TAILOR
t you are-Be! careful, this is a warning the foreman. Before leaving, although i

,t't ; don't drive me too far! I Suzanne and the little ores Maker of I t
; Alteration leaning PressIngt might do something desperate." were still sleeping, he went to their
' t t A number of workmen gather beds and kissed his wife and children, PICTURE FRAMES
Florida
|t Phone: 354 Gainesville, around and hear the quarrel, one re- with an unusual tenderness. It .
t marks: "Here is Pierre, out of tem- (Continued rJext week) '
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f FLORIDA ALLIGATOR: have to us before Tuesday morningof j tt t DRINK j J. W. M'COLLUM & CO. Gainesville Fruit Store

each week. You will find boxesin I It I DRUGGISTSTHE I All Kinds of Fruit
SUMMER SCHOOL EDITION I I COCA COLA
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J. Ernest Willett ___'_dIr -1 I "etf Language and Peabody Halls 'I' REXALL STORE Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco]
t.f Marion Boyd Carl B. Knight tonyanaglng Business Manager Editor' where you can drop your news items I I II I Agents for .1 t -Soft Drinks- -
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Ellen Hethcox, ..........._.___Joke Editor Editor!: for publication in the next issue of ; I ORANGE II I Liggetts and Norris. Candies t First Class ServiceI !
Marjorie MoffittSocIjtSr j jI !
11 I Naomi Moffltt ___..___-CVb Editor I the 'Gator. Don't forget that the AND Gainesville Flu.' 104 West Main North
: 'r Ira McAlpin __-__.._ Sporting Editor! basement of .t. ,: .h
: 6 ,, Edward B. Klnff Exchange EditorREPORTERS 'Gator office Is in the I t CHERRY SMASH t tI j __ .
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y. Language Hall and that you are wel- .. u .!
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'w. 'j Teresa Murphy. Joseph D. Wh***** come there any time. I FEINBERG'SGainesville's :
I\ Official publication of Student Body We particularly desire class jokes and Others _
: of Summer School University of ,! t GAINESVILLE COCA-COLA II | ? For Students
Florida. Offlce in room 3i. basement with the names of those concerned most popu r
i I Language HalL I BOTTLING CO. j jIf Shaves 20c. Haircuts 35c.
Address all communications to Any local news is especially acceptable. Fashion Shop for Ladies is .
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: Marion' B. Knight UnlTersity Station. You realize that the doings on toe- -- West Side Square Gainesville selling: out their entire stogy

,; Florida. the campus are as a rule more in- regardless of cost. We i ij.

., y:} Entered at Gainesville. Fla.. post- teresting to our subscribers than the -I vile the students to come fe
I Want to rent a RoomIf .ee - ee
office as second class mail matter. you
It. Subscription: so cents the term. news of the outside world. IIf I i, and be convinced on th
t f Advertising rates 25 per column you Want to rent a House W S. DORSEY & CO. J i offering

i Inch. ---I STATUE OF LIBERTY. 'you Want a small place { Everything Groceries. I II Ij prices Dresses we are Suith, Skirts o*

4. : HOWDY! WE'RE GLAD YOU'RE near town {! I For Goodness Sake Drink' II| Blouses, Kimbnas Hosiery

1 HERE! I Oh, most renowned statue of Liberty If you Want a farm well improved I DORSEY.S DELIGHT COFFEE j SOUTH SIDE SQUAREDO
and well selected. : I
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The Aligator Staff wishes to extend How your unequalled everlasting If you Want unimproved land J esee. -

a most hearty welcome to every stu- pride .

det enrolled in the SUMMER NORMAL Calls ever to us, as past you we glide. EATON KNOWS BUSINESS WITH

I, SCHOOL. It is hardly neces- Your hand uplifted and your purity,
sary to say this to those who were Speaks to usof worth and dignity.Of OPPOSITE A. C. L. DEPOT THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK r

here last summer, but we are glad to noble lives, well spent on Free- J f J;

see YOU again. "We are more con- dom's side- ooeoaei' __ I Resources Over $2,500,000
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cerned in making the new students We feel the, warmth of your security I See I

feel at home and trust that we may ( Vidal Drug: Company j i ffiaBBJBBMiffiffi !lili! !li! Y;! !li! !fi! Y S!
be of some service to them. And your triumphant smile that has
This University offers lied. ( For Drugs. Stationery, Toilet | | I Ix
'<" great won- not Articles, Candies I THE PHIFER STATE BANK \,
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derful opportunities to any who will It seems to me as if you were of '

accept them and the very large attendance gold; I Souvenir Cards ..Waterman....... Pens I' Strong, Safe and Accommodating |

F this summer clearly demonstrates Whene'er I think upon your meaningtrue ... ... SbffiifHSifiyiSift
the fact that Florida's !fifil! !fi! !fi! !EiEi !fi! Yi$! !fiY _

fairest women and strongest men I always see the red, white and the J. S. BODIFORDand -. -- -. _4 .

s are not slow in realizing this fact. blue, t ,
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I'V'e are absolutely positive that the And those great victories. that were DEPARTMENT STORE I
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COMPANYDRUGGISTS
i ladies are much fairer this summer won of old, J Agent For I .

a than they were last summer and the By many a stalwart warrior, brave I Florsheim Shoes
': men just as good looking. F om all and bold- i '3 3e.r.e

present indications Dan Cupid may From them, our heritage of Freedom .eee reeeee..4III .eesi
: have a busy summer, especially since grew. SPEEDIES PLACEis

the Waltz is the style now, also the T. S.

One-Step and Fox-Trot. headquarters for Popular Goods at Popular Prices atBURKHIM'S .

After all, it is not always what we I
Teaching is an art and a science. University StudentsService
I learn from books that counts the most No matter how much a person "is I
: and remains the longest In I .
our mem-
pcsted on the scientific side, no mat- and SanitationGo
ory. We feel that we shall be better ter how perfect an Hand-ii>Hand "

t for having come in contact with can pass in history, philosophy examination, and he Soft Drinks CandiesIc ..............................
,f all these fair ladies and strong men. other scientific '
aspects of the businesS -
Again let us say with all our heart Cream The Velvet Kind
) unless he possess the art, he
t. HERE"HOWDY! WE'RE GLAD YOU'RE or she will be a failure. The art of Tobaccos and Cigarettes.oss..reee. | AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY ;

teaching is something that cannot be I I '

i measured by the yard stick of exam- .eew t AND SHINE PARLORGeo. :
;4; CERTIFICATES FROM OTHER ination it !f .
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or sep- j ,
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,. FLORIDA. arated from the individual. But it. Tampas and Louis Eliades '
LYRIC Proprietors fti
The last State Legislature passed aI' is the element of success-P..W. Corr.JOKES i j I THEATRE I II f\\J

law that will be of interest to those 115 West Main Street North Phone 139 :
from other states. This provides for .+ + + + + + + + + I Ij I t Friday I :*

'. I' the acceptance of certificates from +. I Hope Hampton in t I .4t...........,4. .............44. :

other states ox\ the payment of a fee + + 1 I, "Love's Penalty"'
of $5 and a compliance with certain + I t
other conditions. One of these + t + + + + + + + + Saturday- SPORTING GOODSTennis
conditions II t
Mrs Brown was walking down I t Eva Novak in
is that
the state ,
I! must accept Rackets ..
Florida certificates if lemon avenue, and slipped on a banana "The Smart Set" II t Lawn Tennis :
they I,
expect
peeling Hardware of all Kinds
and
f skinned her son'f' :
Florida ]
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( to accept'their certificates. what and"bruised her otherwise. I, Admission 15c and 25c. t -
: This may help to relieve the shortage '
of teachers. I' See Us. s
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k It What iS i the tn'eate3t dhulnnninLrr ... THE
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f THE CA3IPUS. Some DefinitionsA
boy to behave and he does it. Phone 22 :
kiss
II I is cupid artillery set in motion WEST
I r, No where in the state of Florida Have yo been tickled with his 'I I ; immediately after the call to SIDE OF SQUARE I

can be found such beautiful grounds They stood on the bridge at midnight toes? arms ;,.:; ;;r:", =_---.-_- _-_._...-........ __-.;=---___ -- :: ">-_-_ :
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as campus of the University of .
he '
and. tickled her face with his .
i Florida. It takes a great deal of 1 but he toes; Some Alger's.
; work, time and money to keep these I was only a mosquito and the X equals BoyY
bridge was the bridge of her :
I grounds in good condition. Some of ______ %,nose. equals Girl. : HILL'S CAFETERIA !

/ i j the summer students do not seem to "I Wonder." Z equals ChaperoneXY '

realize it by the manner in which they When plus Z equals misery .
you .
go
: litter the a-spooning It's X-Y plus Z .
up grounds by throwing honey and equals lonesome Home Cooking .
pie. :
waste paper promiscuously around. But when you get X plus Z minus Y equals hell r; -- j ji
marriedIt'sroot
especially by leaving watermelon X plus Y equals bliss All
hog or die. Pastry's Are Home : '
Cooked
i rinds scattered here and there. A'l!' XY equals kiss. ,'
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these things tend to detract from the "AIirt'No L 1
Use.: A fresh young girt .
beauty of the rounds and feel asked Mr. Sim-
we Ain't ,
no use t'
eating Jes Breakfast
faint. mons riddle. '" 6:30 to
sure that it is done thoughtlessly. Ain't no a My first is something 9:00 a. m. r .
Let us see if we cannot keep the Ain"t use lovirfg kissing-He'll-Nuthirv'' gained on or off the table. My second is a :
o use tell. small grain. f Dinner 11.30 to 2 F
; campus beautiful by placing all waste Ain't no My third is somethingwe p. m. .
R use
nothing-Oh, Hell! all
want; and the whole is
matter in the receptacles that have one of

if been provided.Just If you don't feel just rightIf the United States-"Matrimony" Supper 5:30 to 8:00 p. m. "_ "ft

ti you can't sleep at nite r. .
Wilkins Short ;:
a word about the 'Gator of- If can't -"There goes Mrs. Gabbalot ; orders at all hours- t'
you smoke chewIf t'
or
she has
an unlimited li;
fice. The 'Gatr office is vocabulary .
: open to al! your chow tastes like J
glueIf and
a marvelous gift of conversation l
ladies and '
gentlemen and will be :
we heart 1
j .4 glad to your doesn't beat wonder what she does when her tongue r ,:.
: see you at any time you wish I If you get cold feet
Special
;, I to call Come gets tired. t I Rates to All College Students
on us. in and get acquainted If your head's in a whirl Billikins "Oh .
; she just lets her k. .
with the .
staff r.
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- sure For Heaven's sake marry the girl. teeth chatter." f

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|t&as been in operation for !8j Home of the !Ii
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tear and has demonstrated (lj
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[efufess in many ways. It has WE FIT FEET
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iallY made available for the I !i
o'er pa school sessoin, but unfor- i'1 1Ii

(too late to permit of its in- 111 West ..sHOES i is
ly University Ave.
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to
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9 -n i in the bulletin of the summer !Ii ;

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possible for the summer by coItion :
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ej.t with the State Board of MESS -
. ) aq'l aims to aid the board inf HALL COMMANDMENTS Y. M. C. A. STAGES FIRSTENTERTAINMENT i ,
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shalt
: not confiscate thy FlF I.
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that the teacher Yi
tural therefore neighbor' dessert while he is look- :
.the school should receive Continued from Page One) !:
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assistance and the opportunities, country schools, church socials, etc. Et I
acher in the school is thet 2.-Thou shalt not praise the serv- By attending these social you will i:
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the ice. If you can't kick, keep your get the experience which will enable
work of the board inctfnmunity.
o( the mouth shut.3Thou. you to add to social
any gathering i i I 1
shalt not take away fo and enliven the party. BURNETT THE CLOTHIER
state Board of Health plansry
, e thy evening banquet more than two Athletics -
thorough campaign during the weeks' rations. All athletics are in charge of Dr. j*' I I!
the school chil- I '
among :
ingear ,
It Js planned to examine every : 4.-Thou shalt not eat beans witha Manchester. He i3 trying to organ- j:: .-- '" '- >-- :

in &e State. This project will spoon, nor soup with a straw. It'snot ize a baseball' team. All those interested : <. ,/ :
fair to your fellow man. should report on the athletic .
ahead of Statehe
Florida every tfijj! I
e field : .
afternoon' at 3 o'clock.
'. Uion in the care of its youth, 5.-Thou wilt do the other fellowor I every It '- xIi

even ahead of Arkansas, where he will do .you.6.Thou i it.faculty intended on one to team get the to challenge alumni anc theI!I| Watch that "the" grow larger every year .i

k of a limited nature of this sort shalt pass bread via the !
team composed of students. Also '
already been accomplished. Soteacher aid station in case of a (severe attackof 14
games with outside teams will be arranged ,
should be prepared, and overloading. for. 91 NUFF SED E Efi f!

with this purpose in mind as well 8.-Thou shalt not take away as !ft .' !fi t
the general education of all that souvenirs more than one set of U -. For the girls a list of the basket ', .. .. ,- :_ !Ii .,
ball from each section will be < c
informational phase of the prom F. players )Y; $ !ft
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is offered. spoons. tried out ar.d a team from each dor-' !Ii !i1 :
o( the department .-Thou shalt not deprive thy mitory will be formed. Great rivalryis !i1 yta4 ;
e Work of the department during neighbor of the rights of life, liberty !Ii !Ii I IIi
expected between the adherents of !Ii
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academic year is under the aus- and the pursuit (however vain) Thomas and Buckman. This basket Yi i
of the United States Interde-
es of nourishment.
ball will be started next week. The
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department offers courses in pernal soup all perishing flies. (Special request ball teams. The boys are expected :
hygiene, group hygiene, inter- C. A this Intersection and \;
of S. P. ) to come in on j ; .
with the .
up hygiene, thus dealing "
inter dormitory games will oe piayeu.
of the individual, the fam- UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE"Basement
pgiene IIi Avon Park an orange tree of the I Everybody who is able should join
the community and the State or
Y, Valencia strain has been discoverer in! these games. ,It is the consensusof I
aiton- that produces ripe fruit every month the profoundest opinion on the Language Hall t

l. in the year-has had a continuous campus that we need something of r.
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Musical Notes. crop for eight years. The tree is the sort to combat the combined effects -

[ First Medical Student:, "Are you protected with a twenty-five foot wa land of heavy courses in class and I New Line of University Jewelry and Stationery,
ing to the appendicitis lecture this will be used for bud wood. In a Mebs Hall. I.

ternoon!" few the orange season in Florida I
years
Large Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps .
Second Medical Student: "No, I'm
will be twelve months; a year. DORMITORY DITTIE
'red of these organ recitals.-- With fish and fruit every day in the :
(By Damukey)
Memory Books, Etc. ,1 I
ected. year, eternal sunshine, bewitching J 4 f ..
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moonlight, mystic starshine, ba sa- Twas soup day at the old mess hall t .,; -, r.
I mic breezes in the pines, the mock- But the soup was"just a stall. : ; ,0'

ingbird leading the feathered choir, The soup was thin, I Everything For the Student _f -
I the bullfrog booming basso profundo, .
FIRST AID TO the swish of the surf, enraptured I A fly fell in, t :
And loud for help did call. ;
saltline breezes from over the Gulf
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and far away to the Atlantic, gathering ii i- .
both loud and sweet
The answer came
the flavor of a million blooming
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flowers as it carries the message of "Stay right there, you'll do for meat. Ladies Wrist Watches Brooches
,
oh, I got his wing,
gladness, life, love and laughter-
Jim got his :sting,
good dreams
all
Florida! where my
come true and my nightmares furnisn And my "rat" ate both his feet. Pins, Rings, Etc. .

barely tears enough for an eyewashand
"heartsease at their departure. The next course was them grits Watcli and Jewelry Repairing :-
Believe me that's what gits,

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; OBEDIAH OUT OF THE STICKS LARGEST ENROLLMENT IN HIS- .THE;DISCJPLINE THE'SCHOOL sciousness. "Every
TORY OF UNIVERSITY CO- has its proper reward-,
EDUCATIONAL SUMMER (Continued from page 2.) many of the larger
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: ought to, have seed the crowd thai SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS "To neglect a child at this time,'' government is in vogue.
j' was millin' round in that place. Ah THIS, YEAR says Plutarch, "unbars the door to great aims. First, the I
got tp lookin at the gals an kind of I I ; --- vice." Sympathy and encourage- of character through
forgot what Ah cam for, till a feller, (Continued from Page One) ment, restraint arid guidance, must of: responsibility; I
one of these here smart Alec Rah Western) Electric Company, who have be offered tactfully and administered ing of Civics through !
Rah boys, says to me: 'What are you sought to employ him in this capacity. skillfully. forms of Government. '
takin' Ah said: 'Wai, you if you i Jr&tead' he chose to serve us here at The fourth mode is that of whole- of government, each
got any right good shine, Ah'm your 'the U. of F.Professor. some repletion. Busy work is per- to act that his
man.' He looked kinder funny and Marshburn, teaching: haps the best aid toward keeping or- thereby. They soon
walked away. English here, was formerly head of der in the Primary Grades. In the with this fact and it !
"Ah noticed that the biggest part the Georgia Military Academy and high school, literary societies yacht nhture to them.A I
of the crowd was around one man. recently Assistant Professor of English club, athletics and many other activi- great deal of good
Ah!"sorter oozed up that way and Ah at the University of Oklahoma.He ties serve this purpose. All these interests rived from these
asks a gal who was that feller. She conies to us with an enviable record must be organized and under discipline. Their ( i I
told me it was Doc Norman, and that and very highly recommended. the control of the Faculty. This mode depends entirely upon
he could fix me up all right. Ah took .For the benefit of those who have helps to develop one great thing in .
a look at him. 'He was only a little not been here before we wish to call the child life, and that is Ambition.In .
feller, but if Ah had that man's your attention to the campus. organization these high school clubs, literary THE COLLEGE !
head, Ah wouldn't work in no college. First and foremost is the Societies and athletic sports, there -
Ah'd use ma head an make enough I Peabody Club, which is the only club exists a chance for leadership for all. I saw it once before
money in a year to keep me in ration? of the regular college year which continues This aids in the development of an In the days of yore
the rest of ma life. He was just I in operation during the summer excellent ambition for the better All so gay,
a-settin' there, sweatin' like a horse I session. This is the teachers things of life. With ab neb of "rowdy"
and answerin seventeen questions at I college literary society and every The last mode is that of social con- All a clam'ring with
the same time, an writin' stuff on ;student of the summer school is au- Jst for play.
some cards Them air gals jest pes- tomatically, by virtue of his or her who can do anything along these dyes':1
tered the life out of him. One of 'em membership in the summer school, lines should communicate with the Now the scene has J
says: 'Please, professor, kin Ah git also a member of the Peabody Club. program committee. Every one is invited And I fairly lost my : I
me a room facin the South an witch This society meets every Thursday to attend the meetings and ban- So to say;
a', sleepin' porch.' Another says, evening at 8 o'clock in the'Gym. En- quets of this society. For here are dainty I
'Ma room mate snores an Ah'd like tertainicg and instructive programs The Y. M. C. A. under the capable And the real daring
to change ma quarters if hits all the I are put on'and all are asked to lend direction of genial Mr. White, stands All for,play. L LI
same to you, suh.: Another one was their aid to the club in making these ready to give you many good thingsin
tryin' to give him a synopsis of her programs a success Debates, read recreation and other lines O Ye College Inn,
life history. Vial, Suh, Ah don't remember ings, monologues and dialogues. and While it has not been definitely decided As I think of what
what he says to all of 'em, munical features are the usual con- it is probable that the Carni- For my play;
but he sure has a way 'with the gals. .tents of the program. Any one who val Club will put on a Carnival at Now I must admire the
Them gals jest went away a smilin' can do anything or knows anyone the end of the term. 'Though I feel a litlte :
al' over their faces. # It has been the custom in the past So to say.
..:"Ah says to him, 'Doc, they done had to go to the infirmerary. Ah for the students from the various
told me Ah had to git mase'f registered had to get out of sight of all them counties to organize county clubs. 'ROUND THE
: lie says'jest go down to the gals to get at ma undershirt, but The Alligator will be glad to lend its or
end of the line an' they'll tell you in a minute Ah come in again' an columns for the use of these organizations IN Til SUMMER
what to doWai, Ah went down give them the money."hey said Ah or any other clubs which we
there and the fust guy gives me, some could eat at a place they called Mess have not mentioned.The Have you noticed all the
cards and told me what to write on Hall for less, than Ah wafe eatin' University as a whole, and the Of the prety women's
them. Ah jest sashayed up that down town. I Alligator in particular, extend a cordial 'Ropund the
line, with all them' profs. sittin be- Ah didn't quite like the name of I welcome to both the new studentsand How they're crowded
hind a big table, an each one told me the place, didn't sound as thc>> I the new faculty" members. We And the boys just sit
somethin' to do, till finally Ah comet hit would be very cleanlike, but Ah are glad you are here, and should you Or go'ravinig in despair
a place- an they asked me for $2.75. believe Ahll go round tomorrow, an I at any time desire to use the facilities 'Ropund the
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other 75c. was for a fund to buy fried (Next week- Obidiah's Experiences I open to your presence, and the staff' Have you seen the
chicken for them that got sick and in Mess. Hall) I always desirous to serve you. And the many colored
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