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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: July 8, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1921 No. 34JTUDENTS
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ENJOY WAR VETERANS--- + + + + + + + + 4IOBEDIAH --
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FOURTH DESPITE STAGE EXCITING ++ THE STICKS.OUT OF ++ HOTLY DISPUTEDLATEST RULES UNFOUNDEDBUT

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The overhanging clouds and the Friday evening, at the Y. M. ,
RUMORS ON CAMPUS 1
Teresa Murphy is Tied Even TilE WILD
enacing growls of Jupiter Pluvius | C. A. the U. of F. Boxing Club Obidiah Gets Hit in the Mess Hall With Pretty Miss Eleanor CozattIn CONCERNING NEW REGULATIONS t

?ere r->\'erless to prevent the sum- staged six pugilistic bouts which "Wai, mister, as ah was telling Race For 'Gator Prize. The ENTIRELY WITHOUT t
er sch of{udents' enjoyment of the I
fation' I Birthday. were the best of their kind ever witnessed you, Ah thought Ah'd sashay inter Leaders Score Thirty Each. FOUNDATION. ONE LESS HOURIN L

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+Tieial on the campus. thet air Mess Hall and give hit.a try.
Tip c program at the Uni-
The first week's' count in the Alli- -
started with a patriotic j The first bout between Kid Vill- ,Hit was cheaper than eatin in town
,ersity -
prom and them nine dollars in gator Beauty Contest to determinethe To contradict the various stories ;
the Several acres, 160, of Equador and ma personal :
at Gym. of the Johnny .::
prettiest girl on the campus reveals concerning the new campus rules we
undershirt bank
faculty members added to the en- Lee, 140, of the U. S. Army, lasted account was agit-
nine candidates who the of the official
tin kinder low. are con- publish following copy -
occasion six rounds of fast fighting and clever
joyment of the byi! giving us sidered by the campus voters to be regulations to be posted. .
science was 'shown both. So that day along about noon Ah
the benefit of their oratorical abili- by The de- the most beautiful girls of the Summer House Rules
ties and, to be perfectly frank, we | cision was a draw. follered the crowd,, and we all segre- School. 1. Students are required to be in
realize what talent The gated ourselves at the entrance of a
did not along second event between
Ogle- their at 8 o'clock and
rooms m.
The two candidates scoring the p.
low artistic like brick
these lines the faculty possessed tree, 159, and Magill 155 building, builton .
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until was one greatest number of votes are tied thereafter on Mondays, Tuesdays,
the
order
of them air bun-
we beard them Monday morning.Dean of the hardest hitting of all. After general Wednesdays and Thursdays and Fri- _,
with 30 each on the scale of votes.
galows that Ah seed them durned
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Norman acted as chairman, four rounds of intensive scrappingthe tourist fellers livin in one time when Miss Teresa :Murphy of Jacksonville days and at 10 o'clock on Saturdays

[introducing each speaker in his turn. decision was given to Ogletree.. Ah took a trip over to the'East Coast. arid Miss leanor Cozatt of Miami are and Sundays.

It is given to but few men to carry The third match was a comedy in the lead so far. The other seven j 2. Disturbances within the dormitories -

[out the part of chairman and rot between Sandy Beach, 120, and We waited there a spell, till 'some candidates for this unique honor follow I of such a nature as to interfere ,> J
overdo it but the Dean is of Jesse James 175. After three roundsof one give the signal and the hull gang,' '
one the leaders close. Their votes with study are prohibited. : t
fellers and both shovin
these. With a few well chosen and real boxing Beach landed a wicked gals began run in the following order. 3. Students are not allowed to go 1
graceful phrases ra presented the right on his opponent's bread basket an a pushin. an ahuffin an apnffin to Edith Zimmerman-26. automobile riding without a chaperon" ;
which could in fust. Ah
speakers and then left it up to themto and James took the count. This con- see git got Sadye B. Johnson--22. It is believed that ladies and gen F .
in between fat gal anda
wedged a ,
make the speech .. If the Deanis test was impartially refereed by Hot Janie Howell-15. tlemen will conduct themselves aa r
little red headed skinnyeller that '
as good in other roles as he is in Water Charlie and comically seconded Kathleen Sweat-12. such, thus obviating the necessity for
had look of mortal on his
that of chairman, we want: to see by Bishop in his Rube outfit. The a agony Fannie Hudgins-l0 additional regulations. t
face. Ah asked him if Ah was a
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him carry:on some of them. contestants landed as many puncheson Barbara Starke-8. (Signed)
too hard. He said, ro, that
Dr. Enwald gave a reading from the referee and second as they did pushin Gertrude Anderson. A* A. MURPHREE, -
him but
I war'nt what was bothering
the Scriptres in a clear, resonant, 1 on each other. It looked like a free he was livin in awful apprehensionof The contest will run one week President of the University. .

yoke, which he probably acquired in i fight for a time, when Hot Water longer and the ballot box in the.Y. M. -- "
what he'd have to face when he got
his goIng days when mate Charlie and -Bish ,got into an argu- C. A. will be closed to votes at 8 It will be noticed that there is practically -
sea as a II inside and got set at the table. He
he had to make himself heard from ment over some abstruse point in the his second meal o'clock Tuesday evening, July 12th. nothing in these rules which

the bridge to tip of the bowsprit. To !I rules. Bish claimed a foul becausehis said hit was only It is expected that next week the was not embodied in the former rules,
and ha hand't et in nothin
there never
, this clear voice and enunciation he man received a winding' blow in than 'turpentine 'afore interest will ruri high and the votes with the exception that the evening

added a sympathetic -understandingof the "Mess Hall." worse camp will pile in fast. Every subscriper to hours. are shortened. This rule, howl II.
he here. Said he had a very '
the wonderful phrasek which The fourth combat was between come the Alligator is entitled to vote. The l ever, does not apply.to students when
hit
an was an r
disposition
I brought tie meaning home to'all his Nicholas,. 165, and Champlain 169. awful sympathetic strain on his feelins to observe winner will receive a beautiful gold I attending the campus movies, the :

listeners. The judges gave the bout to Cham- the sufferin of his fellow mortals that I emblem pin, bearing the insignia of Peabody or Boxing Clubs. .

plain at the end of three rounds. the University of Florida, given by All other rules are merely rumors, .
After the Scriptural reading Dr. went on around him at every meal.
the Alligator. All you need to do and entirely urlofficial. Obey these
Enwald offered up a feelirJg prayer, The feature match of the eveningwas Vial, suh, finally ah got inside an to vote is to write the name of your rules and_ don't let any one alarm'you : "'
the burden of which was'a plea for between Pfeil, the fighting Swede, to set down but a gal r
ah started says candidate on the first line of the ballot with pie1JCicpojnformation about any
the release the world from the 154 and Lester, the scrapping Irishman ,
of '
wait a minute, they allus says grace below. On the second line sign others, for as fat a.*the Dean and
cruel grip of wars. 100. After three fast and gril- fust. So Ah stopd behind ma chair your name as a bona fide subscriber.No the president have informed us these

Dr. Bristol was the next speaker, ling rounds, the decision went to and a pleasant lookin chap, built likea votes will be considered nbt signedby are all you need to think about.

and with a masterly handling of the Pfeil, but there is feeling among the baby elephant, who was standin up a person on our subscription list. ,,

orators art he urged that Americansbe spectators which has led to the plac- in a kinder pulpit, rings bell an hollers The names of the voters will not be PREPARATION FOR CITIZENSHIP !

true to the lofty ideals that we, as (Continued on page 4.) :Mr. Yonson will please say revealed.Th (By II. E. S.) r

a nation, have set up. He urged that grace. Right away a deep, manly Alligator staff will not vote except ----..:.- t

we make the theory over into prac-I gator stepped up on the stage and voice pipes up an sings out, Oh, Lord, in case of a tie in the finals, in "A stream can rise no nigher than t

tise, that the world may gaze upon made an eloquent plea to the student we thank thee for what is about to be which case the entire staff will vote to its source," neither can a republic be

this greatest of all nations and follow -J body to be loyal to their college paper slung before us. We offer our hum-I decide the issue between the leaders. any better or any more progressivethan

her example. One antithetical and put in their subscriptions at ble gratitude for that which is Here is th ballot. Fill it out and !. the people who compose it. In

sentence, a masterpiece of rhetoric, I once. When she finished the audience due to fall around an maybe on us. place it in the Alligator Beauty Con- an absolute monarchy, preparation /

as well as a bit of genuine truth, remains unable to suppress their appre- We realize, Oh Lord, that we are but test ballot box, at the right of the for citizenship is unnecessary, as the

in our memory. ciation of this unlooked for featureof poor an unworthy of thy slightest entrance of the Y. M. C. A. people have no voice in the govern-

"Either America is the most unselfishly the program, greeted Bonnie withas thought, but oh Lord, remember in ment; but the people make a republic I

idealistic of all the nations, much applause as they had accorded thy mercy the men and women 'here and intelligent and industrious citizens -

or else she is the most consumate of to any veteran Demosthenes of who have, as it were, but the nor- Name of.Candidate -.......---. make a good republic. Americais

hypocrites" I the morning. Our mascot never failsus mal amount of gastric juice, and fend the foremost republic of the world,

We all know it to be an .impossibility in time of need, and as a direct off, if but ever so slightly, the worst but she can maintain her supremacy

be result of her talent as a speaker, the of this stuff from our table. From only by the most careful training of
for a people as a whole to Name of Subscriber .. ......
mater- Lord, ---
hypocritical hence must agree Alligator subscriptions were the hard boiled potatoes, good her future citizens. This is being
we
with the other alternative, namely: ially incrc:;:\ed _at the. end of, the deliver us. From the green and pur. I accomplished through three institutions t

that America has the highest idealsof exercises, but still they are not up I pie bull. meat, Good Lord ze our the home, the school and the -

all. to the mark set by .former summer shield. Save the lives of all unhappy Remember the .ballot box will be church. I

Our old and tried friend Dr. Chap- schools. kitchen roaches, and keep them closed after 8 o'clock Tuesday even- The most important these is the !
exercises were concluded with out of the path of our corn bread, is it called "a school
man, without whom no public gathering The dead ing, July 12th. I home. Rightly
at the University would be com- patriotic music and all left feeling for we would not hurt even the of all the virtues which go to make '

plete, gave Lincoln's Gettysburg ad- that they were proud to be numbered bodies of our humblest of thy crea- A clipping from the Jacksonville I good citizenship." Obedience thoughtfulness j

dress. He first told of the lack of among the citizens of the great republic tures. Amen. Times-Union ,has the following to say I thrift and respect for authority S r

historical data, making it impossibleto of the 'Vestern'Hemisphere. Directly the hefty boy in the pulpit in regard to the Alligator Beauty are developed at home. The man :

say with exactitude how this A varied outdoor program had been rings the bel, an we all set down. The Contest: who is a good father, son or brother

speech was received at the time Lin- planned for the afternoon, but owingto fust thing was soup. Ah starts in "Gainesville, July 4. There is is, in all probability, a good citizen.It I

coln delivered it. the heavy rain, this had to be (Continued On Page Five). such a difference of opinion out at i I is the boys and girls of America, '

He then repeated the address. The postponed, although two hot basket the University campus as to who :s I who are its future voters and the

writer has heard this given more ball contests were staged in the Gym, the most beautiful of the many wom- school is important in training them '

times than he can remember, but it I[an account of which will be found in en among 850 students attending the for this responsibility. Some one has

never stuck in his mind. Whether iU'as the column devoted to athletics.In THE COLLEGE INN Summer normal, that the manage- said: "The first thing that Great .

the environment or the Doctor's the evening, at the Gym, under ment of the Alligator, the official Britain does when she acquires a new i

eloquent delivery we cannot say, but the auspices of the Y. :M. C A., and newspaper of the University, has put colony, is to build a custom house; ''i

never will the sense of those ringing indefatigable Secretary White, a talk You will FindA op. a voting contest to decide the the first thing Germany does is to
Chief Running Deer, build barracks the first thing
sentences depart from the memory was given by question."It a ;
after hearing them this time from Dr. on the manners and customs among regular town in a is wondered by many that France does is to build a railroad; ,

Chapman's talented vocal cords. the Sioux Indians. The chief was accompanied Publisher Marion B. Knight did not but the first thing Uncle Sam does ., ,

Interspersed between the speakers by several Boy Scouts decide the question himself. No when he acquires a new colony, is to i
Patrol, and together house at the his decision build schooL"
WM appropriate singing by the students from the Gainesville doubt he has published a

led by Dr. Davit: Professor of.. they formed a picturesquegroup only to the fair one he has:,selected I I Our schools are maintained by the

'nusic. and accompanied by Miss\ I on the stage. College Inn for the honor." State, the idea being to give to every

;Ruth Sutherland on the piano and .Dressed in native costume, a child, rich or poor black or white, 39
jf. feathered head The ladies used to keep th money equal chance for training. Educationis
suit
;, Charles Jackson, on the cornet. beaded, buckskin Ask for what
"zit eatore of the morning was the dress and with an ivory ring in his you in their stockigs, but ,since-:-theaad'. not only free, but compulsory, for ;
I Mlle' of old I of the latest styles it's not matit in a natien of education on a part t :;
talk given by Miss Bonnie Harp! nose ,Chief Running Deer son want we generally vent
makes it great but a I
of a few that
in public-places.
behalf 'held'the audience keep money
a Of the Alligator. During Rain-in-the-Face, all I
of knowledge
fair amount among
intermission when announte- spellbound for a full half hour. have it.
Advertisers ranks and classes. The educated man 1
tnents were called for the littleeIevenyearold He first gave an account of his I Patronize Alligator t
I Advertisements (Continued on;Page Six) t"J
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+ + + + + + + + ++ + t + + t +, + + + STUDENTS ENJOY FOURTH in Florida with the'Scouts. 9
DESPITE GLOOMY WEATHER The audience gave him thunderous
t SOCIETY AND CLUBS ,. his -
of
applause at the conclusion
You
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(Continued from :Page One) need.MUSIC.
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: + talk, and'we all hope to hear from
f / + Marjorie and Naomi :Moffitt I .> early boyhood telling how, when he this most interesting of the original

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + _+_+ + was sixteen years old he ran awayto Americans again. !

see the Pale Face missionary. In. The remainder of the evening was .t

j Reception at Anthony Brothers U. OF F. CLUB. punishment for this, his father, astern I devoted'to a movie, The Daughter But you want the
: 7'> : Last Saturday evening, July 2nd, old savage, cut his throat upon all-Indian cast. A ,t.
Dawn with an such i
: : : as only theVICTROUl
f. \ f. : an informal reception was given at Tonight at, 7:30 at the Gym the his return home. Running Deer still number of thrilling scenes depicting

'. the large department store of Anthony University Boxing Club will put on bears the scar, resulting from that Indian ways in love and war were
t Brothers in honor of the students another of their fine exhibitions.The parental discipline. screened, and few came away feeling

I.' of the University. schedule for tonight. runs as He outlined another mode of pun- that the sum total of their knowledge
j As each guest entered she was follows: ishment which was Inflicted upon Indian in this subject had not been greatly

handed a slip of paper, containing a Wrestling: Gracey, 154 vs. Dyal, children for mere minor offencesA added to.When can give. The world
I :. ttimber. The person with the lucky board with nails driven throughit greatest artists
at last we retired for the joj
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number will receive a prize. At the 165.Lee was placed on the ground with the
138 Sinnoms 142. that if it had with the Victor
felt
t 1 vs. night, we even com;
i time of going to press the winner had rails pointing up. The papoose was
not been announced. The prize was These matches are between picked I then dropped upon these points. This gained, we should worry, another per- pany in your guarantee f
f"t to be an article of ladies wear, selected men of the club and some classy Stuff Was as common with the Indians as fect day had been marked on the of quality.It .

;.I from Anthony's matchless line is expected. I the carpet slipper is with white chil- calendar. ,

t of goods. Boxing: McKain, 190 vs. Lester, dren. Is our duty to male l!
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', Delightful music was played and 169. He startled the ladies out of their -- easy for you to owfftj
j fi; the floor was just right for dancing. Owing to the inequality of the Georgette waists by suddenly demon- ) DRINK j Victrola. Let us ten 3"
i; Capes, dresses and hats of every description -.weight of these men, this promisesto strating a piercing Sioux war whoop t j something about our I
::; were displayed in a very attractive be one of the most interesting during the course of his talk. He COCA COLA I vice and convenient tent
; way and every member of the ''events. McKain isa dark horse so sang several weird Indian melodiesand t I of payment.
!I'f' ; large, crowd of students present far, but we all know Lester ability offered up a prayer to the Great ORANGE CRUSH j
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;; agreed that one would have to travel 'and the kind of punches he packs. Spirit using the. English tongue for I AND f ,
far to "see a line of goods better or Nichols 165 vs. Champlain, 163. the latter. I j I GAINESVILLE]
more varied and uptotheminutethan CHERRY SMASH ;
Our old favorites in again in the He said the way chiefs were formerly
.! .-# that shown Saturday evening. pink of condition. chosen was by testing thee can- I IN BOTTLES ( FURNITURE
j Refreshments were served and despite -
Pfeil 152 Villacres 150. didate's ability to bear Enor- f
1 I 1 the heavy thunder storm the vs. pain. GAINESVILLE COCA-COLA { COMPANYSee
;{ j This match is the one that even mous weights were tied to the,candi- .
enjoyment of the occasion was un- t BOTTLING CO.
:! I marred. The students are heartily the most seasoned fans are unable to dates' hair and he was oblige to lift .. ISPEEDJES |.
f apreciative of Anthony Bros efforts say anything concerning the outcome the weight thus tied from the ground.I

j as hosts. thereof. I Running Deer gave a demonstrationby

.i -**- Etheridge 124 vs. Beach 120. lifting an 80-pound boy in this I PLACEis
'i Big Dance Scored Success at Gym This will be a crackerjack. One manner from the floor.

t .1,: Last Saturday night the Gym floor I I'I of the most evenly matched of all the Another mode of proving a man's headquarters for
was crowded with our boys and girls 1 1f bouts. *:I fitness for chieftainship was to place
,r I' tripping the light fantastic. The I him on the nailed board papoose University Students

:[ scene was one of kaleidescopic' spanker and let two heavyweightssit Service and Sanitation B

:'! : beauty as the beautifully gowned J. S. BODIFORD on his chest while he meditated Go ,Hand-in-Hand I
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;I ladies swung in the intricate maze upon his sins.
'f'! of the ryhthmic jazz. There has been I I It and I RunningDeer has been acting as Soft Drinks CandiesIce t Vidal Drug Come!'

t tj} i l' home complaint that the stern edict COMPANYDRUGGISTS instructor in: woodcraft to the Boy Cream-The Velvet Kind f'I For Drugs, Stationery, TAJ,!
.i { of the faculty forbade dancing off Scouts for the last six months and! Articles, Candies
: Tobaccos and
.f j j the campus, but all disapointments in ,..ww Mn expects to spend the rest of the year j Cigarettes I t Souvenir Cards Waterman PGainesville's |
t f this line were forgotten when Miss I 1 -- -
I t Pearl Cornell started her talented -

f; }r fingers tickling the ivories Saturday tt '.; --- 1r' i' :::: I: :: K:= Foremost Shopping' Center 3 :.-..:.",.,.;.,- -."'. _. --------c------.r.: _--_-- _
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alive and within hearing.An Egyptian
';1 mummy would have come to life and I'u y
.' ,; started the tickle-toe I
at the third
:'; note. Thru some miscarriage in; the / J-" : Special Student
plans of the dance committee, the I

". expected orchestra is postponed till GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
; next $aturday night, when one. of the
it ;' j' livest'; local jazz bands will be out in

V n I'. {!I E full. force at the to furnish Gym dance.the sweet harmonies f.i VALUES Plus JULY SALES VALUES Bring Crowds !

I Every lad was there with his lassie, i iq
::1 q and joy reigned supreme. Even some i
.. i of the professors who dropped in to i Vast Exhibit of
; '? look on, appeared as tho' they were Waists ._ Silk Sweaters

r r regretting that they were staid University ::6 t: Wool Sweaters

professors and had dignity to All sizes. Best styles. ; : .::. t: .
!, uphold. j Of Batiste and Voile Regular price 15.00
Much praise was heard on all sides of the '; -
better and
18.95.
grade. ,
; Everyoae
on account! of the efficiency of the 5 .: ', ,_ \
"r {dance committee. Mr. Leon Gray U Regular prices are 1.50 land an exceptional bar.,
and Mr. Lacy Thomas were every- t .1.69. Priced low* gain and ideal for the

where at once, doing their best to add trip
SPECIAL PRICE ,s' .y '
to the *'
enjoyment of the occasion. No r ,,
w dancing which had evepi a faint suggestion SPECIAL

of indecency was permitted, If 1.05
r and it must be said to the credit of 9.95
,
; all concerned that it was never at-

I .: tempted.The' price o/ tickets, 25. cents for 4 f.l+ A Grairad 4 Display of Hflsrlb Orad@ 'GUJl1lgJhI.mm JPJr dks A

gentlemen and 10 cents for ladies, *
Sold
was within reach of all, and the ij regularly at 8.95. The better grade of smartly tailored gingham dresses.
students showed their I cost. Less than cost of Sold at less thin
appreciation making. Fine French
? inghams, in checks
h of the co-operative plan of the 'man- white organdies. -. and solids, trimmed with
: agement by liberal patronage. : 5 5 5 \

f .... The sample dance of what committee they has cano do.shown We usa t. REMODELING SALE BARGAIN PRICE .......... ....._............__.............._...._.._._................. ,

J. are sure that the dance this coming .
Voile and Gingham / .
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Frocks .
Saturday will be even better for then; I vAn Raincoats on Sale 1
J we will have an entire orchestra. ?n '
.f 1;, -**_ extensive array of new gingham dresses, priced at 3.98 V

B. Y. P. U. Entertains. and a clear-up I I lot of voile frocks that are priced amazingly 1 All Kenyon-Coats, the. standard by which all others are i
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I Last Friday evening the B. Y. P. low at this price. This is measured. .
offer
an seldom Snappy ij
U entertained the Summer School equalled. Crone styles, conservative styles; with ani_! '
students at a social gathering. Different early. Visit the second floor on your shopping tour. without belts. ,,j''
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games were played and after j"

: the. crowd became restless watermelon ,t SPECIAL .........-............................................. _....... ... 2.39 Full 25
Percent
was served. i Off cj
It was planned for the High School '.1t
grounds, but on account of the rainy Every Student Receives Here the Best at the Lowest '
.1
t Prices
weather they were ,forced to have it .
I. in the tabernacle. It Always a Wash Skirt is large .
was not real- Needed A. stock of dashing models for 1
:-, ized that there was such a good place dIne and popl1ns. An whIte you. Shown in wash satins, gaber- 1
t i ; newer styles and best
id town until the weather forced them workmanship
.' f to get their heads together and think J AH 8.50 and 9.00 Wash Skirts 6.09
,< of a good place to I All 5.50 and 7.95 Wash Skirts4.29 3.95-
: V get in out of the tj All 4.50 and 5.00 Wash Skirts ;
:
.:?1 rain. A couple hundred were present -

and they all report a good time. ji. Quantities Good Lisle H_.

t i. U Hose Sturdy Middies Greet
Patonize the 'Gator advertisers. .You .1
: It The very best in lisle hose. Hose from famous .
The and j'otfr studies
makers. You campus : require a good
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Calm being somewhat restored in the t
(Continued from last week) room, Henri comes near the chair I I LYRIC THEATRE j'

!> BOWERS SHOE STOREYou've I seemed difficult for him to leave them. where Pierre still sits, looking wildly 1 .- t !
o' Looking at his watch, he hurried out around: t Friday- *
V of the house. He went into the first "So, you have followed out your "The Miracle Man" f l:
\ I cafe and asked for a litre of wine; threats? Miserable! What have you ,, The greatest feature picture ever t !;
,4 as soon as he drank this he ordereda done?" t t made.
-- ', pint of cogr&c Pierre with the aspect of a man
The bartender asked him: gone mad, wiped his forehead with 1 t Saturday- t i i
fl wait along for for 7/ "Why are you so early this morn- I his hand, and murmurs feebly: j "The Freeze Out" t t !
,. "What has happened who has Feature Picture. ;
I II ing, Pierre? And are you not feel- t
these low prices "
killed Francois?
ing well, that you dring cognac? I
Henri comirJg closer, looks steadilyinto
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NOW :;,' need courage to talk to FrarJcois. .I Pierre's eyes. !
,', "Don't pretend innocence. Ass-
h '- have something to settle with him.'
: 1 assin! Look at your coat. What Baird Hardware Co. ;
/ 1. At the same time that Pierre left ;
; about the knife? You'll it
explain
Get in line, they. are here \5: his home, the foreman went to his all to the commissaire, if you are able SPORTING GOODS ;

: office.. Arriving. .. there, he.. commencedto n_ you seem drunker:."
: t I count the money, silver and bills The commissiaire! arrives. He KodaksCutlery
lay on his desk. The door which he cuffs Pierre and as he hand-I !
fU believed locked, was opened and a usual{ words: "You are under i. ,
Russian factory hand, Ivan, cautiously for the murder of Francois Gilbert,"
crept in. (He closed the door, Pierre starts and Phone 7 Gainesville, Fla.
i East Main Street, SouthCOODY gasps:
N 1 but it swung open again). The "Me an assassin? Mon Dieu. ButI Satisfaction Guaranteed
foreman, startled, turned to find i have root killed Francois Gilbert. I
":; hw .z =i ""' man in his office. am innocent!" South Side Square t.
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"What do you want here?" "You will explain yourself later to ,t
"I want my money." the judge, follow me."" ,
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"It isn't time yet, and why didn't The assistants to the commissaire
'S CAFETERIAand you krbck, anyway?" order everyone out, and seal the office. SH. O' E S Lr
Ivan seizes a -paper cutter, in the An hour later, Charles Benoit, the 4 :

4 form of a Turkish dagger, from the grocer, arrives at Pierre's home to I H B. \I. TENCH H
desk, and with on'e stroke buries it inform his wife of what has occurred. .
i '- in the foreman's heart. Without a "What," cries Suzanrie. "My husband -'
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moan, Francois Gilbert falls dead. an assassin? Never! He left I .
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; Before he can take the money, this morning to apologize to Francois .
"Is Fit for a King" Ivan hears footsteps in the hallway. Gilbert, I myself induced him to go, E Florida ENORAH i ;
Startled, he hurries out through an- he went early enough to find him r

-. MEALS AT ALL HOURS other door, which opens on the hall alone. Quel Malhour,'" and she falls, S HOE S
close to the door he entered. Hiding fainting on the bed. I
himself in a dark corner, he listens Charles devotes himself to reani- I' .
j, From. 6:30 a. m. to 8:30 p. m. 4 I and recognizes Pierre's voice, callingat mating her and after she has recov- .

I" the door, and getting rb answer.A ered her senses, he says: t
The very best of foods well cooked fiendish thought passes through the "Don't be discouraged. I will help
{ mind of Ivan, he sees himself aboutto you. You are so pretty and perhapsyou
{ Pastry's and Foods all Home Cooked be discovered. He rushes up be- won't be as bashful with me as ;.

hind Pierre, pushes him into the you were with Francois."
Meal Tickets
Special Rates on '
room, wiping hIs'hands on his jacket 'At Suzanne's entreaties of "Go I I
and finally thrusts the knife into away, leave me," Charles runs out*
i CHICKEN DINNERS SUNDAY AND WEDNESDAY Pierre's pocket. of the house, leaving her alonte.
Pierre, half stupified by this unexpected -
attack, fails to realize whatis Pierre in court:. The room crowded -
. 108 East Main Street, North. One Block from Square happening, ffntil Ivan, jostling him with spectator Many workmen

again, throws him before the corpse from the factory, his wife and chil- ART
and screams: dren are there. The president of the
. "My God, you wretch! Look what court hears the witnesses. sand ;
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I Francois Gilbert. come to the foreman's office at 6:30. "
-HI-t DROP IN Pay time has come, the steps of He, himself, having come ahead of GIFT SHOP i
workmen are heard in the corridor. time because he wished to take a

OTTO F. STOCK ; i I Ivan calls for help. morning train. He heard Pierre and I
V "Look what has happened," he Francois ,quarreling. A short strug-
screams to the men nfehing to the gle ensued, followed by a fall. On
TAILOR I' door. hearing this, he rushed in, to discover ;

: t ,: "Pierre has killed our foreman! Pierre, standing by the body of Fran- Maker .of *
; Alteration Cleaning PressingGainesville 1 Sainte Vierge! Look at. his clothes, cois, looking haggard and stupefied.The .
t e all covered with blood." bartender testifies that he saw I PICTURE FRAMES
t Phone 354 Florida : "See the knife in his pocket," saysi Pierre on the morning of the crime,
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:f J. Ernest Willett. ____Editor-in-Chief (Continued from Page One) .{
Boyd Carleton ___....Managing Editor you leave chapel exercises out ing of many bets on Lester to win a REXALL STORE t Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobaccos'i
Marion B. Knight _..Business Manager .
o G. B. Simmons.....Circulation Manager jf your life, you ar: missing some return match. Agents for -Soft Drinks- .
:: ':; Ellen Hethcox ___._....__......_Joke Editor of the better and higher things that Liggetts and Norris Candies t First Class Service ,
: Marjorie Moffitt .___.Society Editor The last bout between Etheridge, I
,... ; Naomi Moffitt ........__....___.Club Editor go to make your life broader and bet- Gainesville Fla. 104 West Main St., NorthFEINBERG'S t
r *v -i Ira McAlpin .._...._.__.- Sporting Editor ter. Can count next time? 126, and Larsen, 130, gave the fans a A 'I I
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REPORTERS land good punches. The judges FLORIDA BARBER SHOP --- e
Cecil H. Nichols Fannie Hudgins OUR LIBRARIAN.You .
i Teresa Murphy Joseph D. Wheeler called it a draw. 1
Official publication of Student Body .. For Students and Others .. 1
i of Summer School. University of Great credit is due to Messrs. Les-
Florida. Office In room 34. basement will have to hunt a k>ug! long Gainesville's most poPu r J
Shaves 20c. Haircuts 35c.
Language Address Hal all!. communications to time before you can find a Librarianas ter, Lee and Pfeil, who are the orig- | Fashion Shop for Ladies is I

Marion B. Knight. University Station, competent, cheerful and as willingto inators of the University Boxing West Side Square Gainesville \ selling out their entire stock

i .Florida. aid the Summer School students, Club. All these men and in fact regardless of cost. We l\.

Entered at Gainesville Fla., post-. as Miss Cora Miltmore. nearly every man who participated in a I vite the students to come hand t J
office as second class mail matter. / the boxing, Friday night, were wounded 1
Subscription: 50 cents the term. There is no more trying place in I W. S. DORSEY & CO. be convinced on the <
in France. Lester in particular J
Advertising rates: 25 per column the personnel of the University of prices we are offering oa

Inch. Florida than that of Librarian. Just showed gameness in putting up a good I Everything in Groceries I II Dresses, Suith, Skirts''i i

PATRIOTISM. imagine yourself in her place for justa scrap. He still carries about forty For Goodness Sake Drink f Blouses, Kimonas Hosiery
of in his shoulder and
pieces shrapnel
little while, then perhaps you will DORSEY'S DELIGHT COFFEE SOUTH SIDE SQUARE
task she has and chest as his share of the result of the I t
f realize what a large
Patriotism may include a great battle of the Marne. Ogletree was 1
when she
bo a little more courteous
Ii number of things beside the love of does some little service for you. severely gassed "over there." In -=- :: i

i one's country. Of course, the love of fact, all the men are more or less ,
Remember that an occasional
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c injured, but in spite of this fact they DO BUSINESS WITH 1
I this great country of ours comes be- "Thank You," mixed with a pleasant
have worked to make the club
( fore anything else but there are some I smile, may mean quite a good deal to success. hard a I THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK

a other phases of patriotism that we the one who is trying to serve,you ef :
All men interested in the manly art
;: J must think of. ficiently. Resources Over $2,500,000 {
of the gloves are invited to show up

; The word patriotism has several MYSTERY THROWS ALLIGATOR at the Gym any night except movie J Jt

; meanings. It may mean love of one's INTO TEMPORARY PANIC nights at 8 o'clock, where four pairsof ffiffiffiffifiKfiSffifiifiSffiWHa t

J Ij t country. It may mean loyalty. It gloves and the experience of these

i may mean reverence. But the thing Life of The Saurian Was Feared for men, some of whom have boxed pro- | THE PHIFER STATE BANK 1 !\

j $I we wish to impress upon the minds of Sometime.Last fessionally, will be at their disposal. }

y i our readers, is the kind of patriotism Here is an opportunity to get some ffi Strong, Safe and Accommodating '

: that means loyalty to our school. Saturday morning there occurred healthy exercise and learn somethingof IfiXffiffiKffiffiffiffiffiffiHWffiffiraj

t Is who is the art of boxing which should
every student" enrolled in one of the most appalling incidents I not J
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University Summer School, loyal
which every now and then 1
to all the institutions and the orga take place in the course of human j I PHIFER BROS. DEPARTMENT ,

; nizations which are here? How manyof events, and stagger men's reason by FOUND STORE'' :!

: you showed your loyalty to the Alligator J Agent
For 1
disclosing to the human mind, for a I
Between Science Hall arid Language
last week by having your subscription I -
few horrible moments, the immense Florsheim Shoes
i paid up, or were you reading resources of a malignant fate. Hall, a ladies' white handkerchief g ;

: your room mate's paper? with double border of pink. .... --. --. (
Like a bolt from the blue sky likea
Owner apply to Alligator office.
It is the policy of the Alligator to
fierce tempest from an unclouded
i try and put out a paper that is intereating -

that is instructive and one sky, comes an unheralded disaster, CURRENT FICTION Popular Goods at Popular Prices .atBURKHIM'S '
and the mind of man reels under
that we can look back to in years to I
the terrible significance of the power "Excuse me!"
come and appreciate what was printed -
in that of the hand of destiny acting in "I beg your pardon!" l ll

paper. conjunction with a thoughtless act of ... "Be sure and come to see us!" li l
In school athletics, it is absolutely mortal man. "I've had a lovely time." j

necessary: that the home team have We shudder at the mere recollectionas "'V eve never had a 'cross word .............e......s+++.. 1

the support of the school if it is expected since we've been married
we chronicle this disaster
and
we
to win. So ,
once more we are desperately implore the aid "II'. pay you this tomorrow, sure!" 1
of all
asking that take stock of on | AMERICAN
you your "I'd rather have SHOE REPAIR COMPANY '
loyalty and see if you cannot increase the campus to help us unravel the my. Ford than your 1

that stock enough to pay your sub tangled skein of untoward happenings big car. | AND
SHINE 1
scription to some representative of which has just missed by the "I'd trust my husband anywhere.. PARLOR ;
skin "Oh, it's no- trouble at all!"
of the teeth
ending the
the paper. We need your help. If earthly '
you think the paper te not what it existence of one of ur beloved friends. "It isn't the money; it's the princi- : Geo. Tampas and Louis Eliades, Proprietors 1
ple of the thing"! ..
One who
should be,come to us and tell us aboutit. works morning and night,
a DON'T TELL YOUR FRIENDS. day in and day out, in our service "I just finished the last quart I 115 West Main Street North Phone 139
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had old man! Cincinnati
Enquirer. .
If you can think of any way in whichwe Cheering the despondent, healing the '

can improve it be sure and tell sick, welcoming the stranger and re scriptions to be fed to me immediately ................................ (

some member of the staff. viving the dead. Namely; the Alli else t
there
is
gator. grave doubt of my
But above all, BOOST! DONT surviving the summer's heat." SPORTING t
KNOCK! We will look .for your sub- The incident hapened in this wise. GOODS tTennis
The editor, touched to the heart by
scription MAY WE Our managing editor received Rackets t
soon. HAVE IT? a dollar I
bill in payment for two subscriptions I the pitiful pleading of his little pet, Hardware Lawn Tennis t
of all
patted him on the head and swore by Kinds 1
at the
Colege Inn. Folowing ,
CHAPEL EXERCISES.The .
the ghost of Benjamin Franklin
his usual careless' to get :t
custom, never here- See Us
after to be any subscriptions that were not laid
practised, he stuffed the
policy of the Summer School
up in a safe deposit box. THE
bill in his watch pocket. Immediatey THOMAS COMPANY
last
year was to hold chapel exer-
cises pt 12:10, three times each week. subseguently he found it necessary to Now, Oh Fellow students, two subscriptions Phone 22 1

The attendance at those exercises was adjourn to the Engineering College. which might have given WEST SIDE OF SQUAREHILL'S ;
Thence he renewed vigor to our beloved }
repaired to pet
/, very small as rtiost of the people were Language HalL are.
no more, unless
afraid that they would miss their din' Somewhere on the way THE DOL- somebody finds the
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ner if they attended chapel. LAR BILL WAS LOST. aforesaid DOLLAR BILL and returnsit II
to the editor. Also unless some-
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We are glad to welcome the change,. Loud were the lamentations when thing is -
shortly done about this
matter
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which those in charge of the Sum- the sad fact was revealed. Pockets
of subscriptions CAFETERIA
and the doctor's .
; mer School have made this year. In I II were turned inside out, shoes shaken, orders'
are carried out there is fear-
spite of the fact that I hair carefully raked a
no classes occur but alas our ful
apprehension in the minds of all
on Tuesday and Friday at ten o'clock, little Bill is still among the missing.A "
that
the Alligator will have to print ; Home Cooking "
there are quite a goodly number who reward is offered to all the its funeral
cam- own notice, or at least
never attend these exercises. We hope detectives ,
pus
of they can succeed stagger along in the most advanced All Pastry's
I to impress upon the minds of our in restoring the wanderer t, Are Home Cooked
I to his home. stages of chronic invalidism.It ; o'
readers the fact that they are missing It is a matter of vital importance. ,"
!! a great deal when they fail to attend Only that morning is a sad commentary on the power ','>

chapel. editor left his front as door the he managing spied the spirit of and literary appreciation, school f '". <. Breakfast. G:30 to 9:00 am'" '" :. ::1,

i t Prof. Davis has charge of the music Alligator on his steps. The lit- support among the student f' "

fi'' and the manner in which those present tle animal seemed to be in poor the last not body produced, that this summer school has I Dinner 11.30 to 2: p. m. r.,

F i respond to his direction is, indeed, stage of exhaustion. As it caught over 25 per cent of its :. rte'K, _

1t t gratifying. We must not fail to men- sight of its.master proportionate share of subscriptions, M Supper 5:30 to 8:00 p. m. '. oj.
descending the
tion those thelpful talks which Prof. steps, it made a feeble effort and I. judging by the figures of former sum >

t Geo. E. White gives at this time. His rearing up on its hind legs, with its mers.Get Let's remedy this right away. jf Short orders at all hours r..,' .
i talks your subscription and the sub- ",
are always '
inspiring and every eyes blinded with tears, it implored scriptions .,
;, student may profit by the timely advice the editor in these words, "Oh wor- The of your friends in today. ; i

t which he gives. shipful director bookstore can take them, or any :
of my destiny, for member
.I: Once in a while there is an added the love of Mike, feed me. The doc hand of the staff will be glad to Special Rates to All College Students /

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th of July ... .
p the afternoon. of the Fourth two m Home of the -

baSket ban games, the first CiJ.' .
"ng WE
Thomas FIT FEET
girls of and I
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ind the second between the """" '

an the Whites and the _.& a.
3 were held at the Gym. 1111 West University Ave..sHOES

waS a great deal *' courage Next Door to Busy Bazaar | :
ere fiYiYiYiYiYiYiYiYiYi
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Buckman showed THE STICKS a continuous
.of 22 to 5, ripple of merriment., tf ffiffiffi iffififflfi $$$Yi YiYi$$ $$ Y
of being worthy oppon- .
promise (Continued
from page 1.) Then the -
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called. ,
the next game
before an doin best i
ma to get some taste out especially to the fair Normalites, .
the tuards and forwards on of hit, when a gal debated was
th opposite to me : "Resolved; Love is Blind." .
of .Thomas showed excellent says, Ah see ,have y;
tide you quite an ear The affirmative was ably and
ball/playing./ They have evi- for music, Mr. Obidiah. rationally I
et Right away upheld by Mr. Bryant and
fly hadj considerable practice be- everybody agrees, an says he sho has. Miss Naomi Moffit. The negative ;
,the old U. of F. and they Ah says wal, Ah can git was
striking
[ a jig out ofa equally well (supported by Mr. Pea-
I their knowledge to good pfarpose.L mouth organ, but Ah don't see how den and Miss Margie Moffit. I BURNETT, THE CLOTHIER '

e boys game wab a hot conteste you know Ah'm musical She says The decision after much judicial r
and the enthusiastic Ah can tell that by the
way (hru, way you drink consideration went to the affirmative,
;eiJbe for a time expected a tie. soup. Ah don't know how she done two to one.FolJowing. ,, :.
rk and swift action took it. She sho must be m
I pass '!> some character the debate our talented '

making the game exciting all reader. vaudevile artist, Sergeant Bishop, I '
way thru. Wal suhah don't correctly remem- rocked the audience with mirth by his !,

E be Whites finally landed the rib- ber just what else they was to eat. Rube impersonation and line of x Watch 'that "the" grow larg every year i i;
; with i score of 14 to 12, but the Most of hit was new to me, never snappy jokes.
ies fought so well that the result tasted nutin like hit before. Ah remember Mr. Tan was the star speaker of .. iI

' | in doubt up to the last. when they brought the meat, the evening. With all the rhetorical :

''i deal of school spirit was a feller says, don't eat none of that, ability of a Demosthenes he told us NUFF SED
great by tie audience thruout both hits got gravy on it. Ah says what. of China's great fight for democracy.This I
The zealous cheering shook harm is they in eatin gravy;. He was the only serious talk of the

es.sturdy,brick building to its Very says, they only use the gravy as a evening and every one added* to his I '
disguise. They never when store of information on the great
and the next games are use gravy ...
tions, !
the republic of the Orient.A .
meat
has bene killed this
year. I
ked forward tjo with| interest. !!
bets (purely nominal) are be- Wal, suh, ah could tell you a lot of rising vote of thanks was givento .
ny placed on the Blues to win the other funny things they said an done Mr. Tan for his excellent presentation !fifiYifififiYiYY! ; Yi9ifiYi YiYi Yi9ir

Itest there. One feller takes a shavin kit of his subject. J., ,- >-....- "'! ...6"'"
out of his pocket an starts to latherinup The program was brought to a
Girl's Team close_ by another selection 4
from the
Hall a piece of steak. Said he'd found

mas is, Hall forward forward Buckman Whitman Holden after that; if four you years used of good bein soap a vegetarian and rubbed -, club male critic quartette., commented Mr. Simmpns in more,than the I THE UNIVERSITY I BOOK STORE I

hams hit in usually complimentary terms on the
Dillardigo good an kep yo razor
rmick, center way every one on; the program car-
sharp that you could carve out a piece Basement Language Hall
center Samples ried out his or her part.
once a month or so.
dins guard :Mane; The program being over, the busi-
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Broer Wal suh, the agony was soon over. I
m guard"- ness of selecting the chairman of the
Boy's Team Ah grabs me a tooth pick on the way program committee was taken u New Line.of University Jewelry and Stationery '
out and while hit warn't much hit
Whites ,
Mr.
ues Crofton, Mr. Grey, Mr. Carleton
,ck forward Grey went as far as anythin Ah'd et to and Mr. Sweeney were nominated.Mr. Large Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps \

Isterichols forward Rose satisfy me. Sweeney resigned and in the fi L
center MarshallFeaster Ah went around again to supper, nals Mr. Carleton came out on top. Memory Books, Etc. .' .1 1
had to do hit. The feller what took :
Altho the hour late .
omaa guard was every one '
; C. Nichols guard King ma -board money wouldn't give hit left feeling that an evening had beer ; .. I f'
back, tho ah begged him with tearsin well spent. f;

Club Dandy ma eyes. The only difference between The members of the program com- Everything For the Student -,
a
University Boxing the supper an the dinner was mittee are going to try to do even
Last Friday night was staged one that neither of them seemed to Tarnish better on next weeks program. In rI iz

the most ,interesting series of anythin to ovrcome that awful order that the committee work may ,!, --z- ; ....L944_'- --- '-:=.-: -: m a
ents that has ever been witnessedthe sinkin and 'all gone feelin in ma be made more effectual all studentsare

campus. The U. of F. Boxing stumik. Nothin much happened till asked to co-operate with them
|jub, which has been started by some to the regular desert of corn l
we got and give their aid to our weekly meet- I THE ALACHUA RESTAURANT AND CAFE
our war veterans, put on a series bread an syrup. Then a feller had ings. Any one who can read, recite, If
!bouts which would be hard to eat, to be led out in a disgraceful state of sing or debate should get in touch I I'.
interest aid action, where off II : For Ladies and Gentlemen I tf i iI
r any intoxication.Ah .. with Mr. Carleton, :Mr. Sweeney or I --I L _
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I clUb was started by Mr. P. L seemed mighty bubbly an ah pried I .5 I .

ter, a former acrobat with Bar- maself accordinly, but ah could P I IIt
did havea t Half Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot "f'I'
and Bailey, and recently retun- more than he could. Allus
from service with the colors in strong head when hit comes to FIRST AID TO I ,-- I FI

ettir.'g ranee.the Mr.club Lester going by was John aided T. Leed in such-like.Breakfast the next mawnin was sho I t I Phone 507 Gainesville Florida t, \ ;

W. R. Pfeil, the fighting Swedet fine. Ah had just finished off some "" 4IIII o
| is due to the untiring efforts of tender ham an lovin fried eggs, an A

hese tnree men that we have now a ten beaten biscuits an, about a quart I
puversity Boxing Club, where all of real Java coffee. Ah ws just fi-sin t
artf to into a plateful of the nicest I j
ho are interested in the manly go ,
instructiond lookin batter cakes that ever madeyo -
the gloves may go for
practise. mouth water when-ah woke up,'

All woundd ,an gosh, how ah hated hit.
three of these men were Lfi
THERE IS GREAT SATISFACTION IN KNOW- '
during the war, and their game efforts -
to put on good bouts the other PEABODY-CLUB. DISABLED'BHOE8 ING THAT YOUR LAUNDRY WILL BE DONE

ight met the admiring commendaon Thursday night, June 30th, at 8 RIGHT. ALSO THAT. IT WILL BE IN THE ,
| of the entire audience. Mr. Les- o'clock, the club was called to order by
HANDS OF PEOPLE WHO ARE CAREFUL,
r, especially is handicapped. President Peaden. The minutes were ,
read by Secretary Ormsby and aftera RELIABLE AND EXPERIENCED. THESE
Have them Repaired by
THE AMERICAN'S CREED slight correction were approved. The REQUIREMENTS ARE ONLY A FEW OF THE .3 1I <
appointed Mr. Carleton to Modern Methods before
president '
I believe in the United,States of preside while he took part on the program they get too bad and thus ASSUURANCES THAT YOU HAVE WHEN

America as a government of the peo- I yOU SEND OUR LAUNDRY TO US, BY OUR
11e by the people for the people The following program proved to be save the price of a new pair TRUCKS.

Whose just powers are derived from very interesting. First: A song by a I .
the consent of the governed A male quartet, whose sweet harmoniesso j
democracy in a republic-A sovereign entranced the ears of all that they WEAVER'S STEAM LAUNDRY } ;
nation of many sovereign States-A are henceforth known to fame as the CHESNUT'SSouth ''I

Perfect union one and inseparable Angel Choir. t
Established upon those' principles" of Mr. P. J. Sweeney gave a fun provoking -

Freedom, Equality, Justice and Hu- speech,relating his experienceswith Side SquareAgent
manity for which American patriots the art of oratory, or "How I
sacrificed their lives and fortunes. Became a Great, Speaker. His talk at Alligator office .
I therefore believe it is my duty was thickly interlarded with scintil- '1. _::-- -. 'j -
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to my country to love it-To supportits lating flashes of genuine Celtic wit and

Constitution-To obey its laws-
To respect its flag-And' to defend it

against all enemies. SPECIALS. FOR THIS WEEK % : ;
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He had been fishing, but had bad 25 Off !

luck. On his way home he entered READY-TO-WEAR
a fishmonger's shop and said to the ALL LADIES'

dealer: "John, stand over there and i
throw me five of the biggest of those !
trout." BAZAAR 113 -115 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE. '
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"Throw 'em! What for?" asked THE BUSY I i'
the dealer in amazement. Next to United Shoe Store --

"I want to tell the family I caught .
*'*. I may be a poor fisherman, bu i
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I t offered add are being made tal visits, 68 new patient r
or Departments have been ,
f : PREPARATION FOR CTTIZENSIHP INFIRMARY OPPORTUNITIES treatment, operation exercise. .
AT UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDAThe I carrying this work have daily. Ward care patients receive at- patients who have remaiaej ftta.i :
E s f- (Continued from Page One) been installed in most of our large tention from clinicians and nurses. care a total of 28 days.Patonize tf
t i' ;'11 at only gets more out of life himself Infirmary at the University has :Universities. The New York Times of The report for the first ten days of the --- '
", .',.. : but grres mores to his country. undertaken during 1920-1921 a great July 5th published a request for cooperation summer school session shows 108 to- the 'Gator adv
:.':x t:. 'The ignorant, indifferent citizen is deal of work. The program putlmed with the government pro-
, ... I :always a menace to a republic, but by the Department of Hygiene required gram of training camp activities, sign- ;
"i the active, weD-inforaed man is a'j the care of the sick by consultation ed by Brig. Gen. Sawyer, physician to -. -
I definite, patriotic force for better and hospital care, physical examination the President. He explairfe the plan i
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-, 1 '\ government and progress. to point out defects, the by which the young men of the country
'j t The chief business of the public elimination of those defects through may attend training camp for two j
school is to train for citizenship. The t weeks during the summer without !

:> f etudy of history, civics. language, literature they in turn make Americans of their charge. Besides the training the out- GAINESVILLE l'
t .. and other studies: broadens fathers and mothers.By standing feature of the offer is the : J I
I the view of the individual and fits the nineteenth amednment to physical examination compulsory upon I ELECTRICAL'SUPPLY I -
:; t him for life in the community. A the Constitution, suffrage was granted ; entrance. The plan, However, sug- t CO. r .- I I I
good citizen: does more than vote intelligently to the women of America, thus gested is one which extends beyond the '
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Y and obey laws; he is an doubling the number of voters aiA I' period of training and recommends II I :
1 I active, efficient member of society. the people eligible to public office. ,the following up of the individuals wh I Electric Ironst

Many large cities have free night Although for some time many women I I have defects after the training has I-Iq
f schools which any one may atend. In have been looking forward to and ; been completed. Local physicians of Fans f
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j the mountains of Tennessee and Ken- preparing themselves for the responsibility -i every county have been asked to cooperate I
; tucky these schools are teaching the of voting, others are ignorantand t to the extent of selecting the -
men and women to read and write, uninformed. They have not had 'men to go to the camps. The fea- .-
I and training them to be useful to the experience that men have had in tures offered in this plan have been !
their country. exercising this right and organiza- the features offered the student-body

: The third institution which has tions are being formed to give them during the past year. I I
made our nation the great republic special training. The amount of good obtained from Flashlights, Mazda Lamps
1 which it is today is the church. The lit conclusion, let me quote from work of this kind can best be appreciated -
; man or woman who is a good Christian one of the greatest Americans of the and understood by those who and Supplies
t t t is a desirable person to have in last century: "The principle of free have the work to do and those for .0
a community.One government adheres to the Americansoil. whom the work is done. However, it
of the greatest problems facing It is embodied in it, immovable may be possible to impress upon the .
our land today is the Americani- as its mountains. There remains tons general public some of the results of I I .
zation of the great dumber of for- a great duty of defense arid preservation the work. During the month of May, I I
eigners who come to our shores. We, and there is open to us alsoa 1921, ,just before the close of the ii::1
who have always enjoyed liberty, do t noble pursuit to which the spiritof school year, the Infirmary at the University :
not realize the meaning of the wordas the times strongly incites us. Our caring for the needs of the New York Hatters and Fruit Co. ;
do these people from across the proper business-is improvement. Let student body of 800 received -461 pa- '
ocean. But before they can be good our age be the age of improvement.In i tients that required treatment, 22 Lowney's Candies Kept in
Americans they must learn the English the day of peace, let us advancethe only of these were new patients, or Refrigerator Show Case
k language, adopt our customs and arts of peace and the works o those who had not appeared before, Next Door to A. C. L. Depot
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= ways and love 'and honor the coun- peace. Let us develop the resourcesof during the year. The 24 patients required -
try which they have chosen for their our land, call forth its powers, hospitalization and received a I
home. The first step for a foreigner, build up its institutions, promote all ward care for a total of 151 days. The
to take in honoring the United States' its great interests and see whether report for the year shows that there EVERSHARP PENCILS, PENCIL LEADS,
is to become a citizen. It is our duty t ?te, in our day and generation, mr were 2750 visits for consultation and FOUNTAIN PENS, of the John Holland make '
then! to hasten in every possible way not perform something worthy to be treatment, practically the entire stu- '
!c: the adjustment of the Also the marvelous Dunn-Pen, the best self-filler ever made.
immigrant to remembered. Let our object; be our dent-body appeared once voluntarily;
I the spirit of American life. Instruction country, our whole country and noth- 185 men required ward care treatment In our repair department we handle parts for Pencils aad
in the ideals of American citizenship ing but our country. And by the and remained in the Infirmary a total Pens and look after repairs. If you have trouble withWf
is necessary to this. The blessing of God, may that country of 1159 days.Practically. Wrist Watches. or any other watch you have, bring it to8. I

school performs an important erv- itself become a vast and splendid the same arrangementand .
ice in that direction. By association monument not of oppression and ter- plan is offered the students of the .,3' < L. C. SMITHSouth i
with American children, the ror, but of wisdom, of peace and of Summer School. Special clinicians ,
children of foreigners rapidly become liberty upon which the world may hold office hours during the day at the I Side of Square .
L transformed into Americans, and gaze with admiration forever. I Infirmary. Physical. examinations 0
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