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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 29, 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 )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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
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FRIDAY JULY 29, 1921. No. 37NORMAN ;
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[ ILL TilE FORCE OF HABIT -" j

DRAMATIC LOST AND FOUND
The I CHAPMAN READING
girl reporter accepted the ed- r
POPANGEROW1 itor's invitation to dinner. When "I've lost my wife," exclaimed an '

ked how she enjoyed it, she said, ENTERTAINMENT excited male shopper in a"large department GREAT SUCCESS; }

"Oh. fine, but I'll never to dinner ..
AGAIN SOON go store. "She wasright here
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with an editor again."
"Why not?" NEXT FRIDAY EVE. beside me a moment" ago and now Ican't GYM 1 WAS PACKED'i; .

I find her. .
"Well, the dinner was fine but; h .
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SUFFERS
ATiCK ,
two
N0RHAN -
ifc! "Bargains in skirts aisles to -
blue-penciled about three-fourths THE TWO PLAYS, "MR. BOB" 5
O? CYSTITIS FRIDAY. of left," replied the floorwalker DR. CIIAP IAN'S SEVENTH AN- I
your
order.
SICK BAY PROFESSOR my AND "MY TURN NEXT' TO BE NUAL READING GIVEN SATURDAY -
LV tersely.For .
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111'TflO' ACTING DEAN PRO "Maybe the subscribers were in STAGED LATTER IS FUNNI- EVENING-PROGRAM s k

arrears. NIEST FARCE EVER WRITTENThe ENDS WTIH THE FARCE "EL- '

IE.U \ every woman who makes a DER SNIFFLES' COURTSHIP" : ,
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Why do some fellows stay out late fool there is another
seventh annual dramatic, en- out of a man '
Nor ian was taken with an at night? .
an tertainment, under the direction of woman who makes a. man out of a
of ysutis last Friday ands Don't ask Dr. J. M. Chapman ran true to .
ack foolish questions. Be Dr. J. :M. will in
be :
Chapman, given.
ordered by the doctor to retire cause some girls do. I form last Saturday evening, and lived
;the> infirmary, where he is under- the University Gym, on Friday eve-- fool.ALLIGATOR up to his reputation of being one of ,i
medical treatment. Dean ning, August 5,1at 8 o'clock. Two OFFICE the best elocutionists in the country, -
mt POPULARuTVOTEFIRST plays, "Mr. Bob" and "My TurnNext"
max has not been feeling well when he presented to a packed house

.some time, but he has remainedthe will be presented."Mr. RULESBy his seventh annual reading at the

job with true grit, until an WEEK CLOSE; Bob" is the best play ever University of Florida.Dr. .

ciaBy! jevere attack forced him written for amateurs, and "My Turn Chapman with marvelous skill !

remain |ors de cobmat. MELTON-SI! 10NS Next"is the funniest of all farces. ( Tohretaw) and versatility gave everything from

Alligator has had a bulletin Both plays are chock full of laughs f Shakespeare to a representation of a 1

im the infirmary daily and the from start to finish, and all parts are NOTICE TO ALL YEWHO newlyweds 'quarrel. Sometimes he :

est reports are encoufaging." Int JAMES MELTON IN LEAD 'YITHr'YENTYUALLARD cast to actors of experience, most of ENTER HERE took the part of two actors at the

by the time this goes from tlje __ : SIMMONS whom have played here in previous same time. I
NEXT WITH ONE LESS-FIVE summers. It is expected that the RULES AND REGULATIONS TO Every number of his well-selected ,
-ss, it is not at,all unlikely that
CANDIDATES entertainment will all, GOVERN THE OCCUPANTS AND with enthusi- i
Dean will be upland about again. JX FIELD surpass previous program was greeted
ones.Tickets VISITORS OF YE 'GATOR OF- astic applause. The writer happens .
Much concern is felt on all sides I -
The first week
of the men's
popu- are 25 cents for all teachers FICE to .know that Dr. Chapman was suf- '
his illness. The students of hiss
larity contest shows five candidates.
Section' Entrance Rules from a severe cold on that
education showed their and tsudents, and 35. cents for ferjng i
in
sym- The rank 'as follows on the scale of all others; on sale at the bookstoreand 1. Ammunition and weapons must night, but no one would have suspected : !
thy and regard for him by taking i .
l votes: James. Melton 20, Ballard at the door. Electric fans will be deposited at bookstore before en that from the manner of his .
i a collection which resulted in a Simmons 19, Bill Bivens 13, Cecil I be installed in the Gymnasium. ::tering. No concealed chewing gum or delivery. His vocal control is little t
:antiful bouquet of flowers .
and an Nichols 12, P. H. Cogburn 12. razors. short of superhuman. i i ii .
:mense basket of fruit 'arriving at
It is expected that next week's vot- 2. Entrance may be gained by The program wound up with the f .
TEACHERS EXAMS AT PALATKAThe
s bedside a few hours afterward.During .
ing will show a heavier ballot, now .. giving countersign and three kicks on humorous playlet, "Elder Sniffles' I
thf Dean's Prbfes- -
illness
that the candidates are in line. A the door in an ordinary ,tone of voice. Courtship." The part of an old-
W. S. Cawthon is Peavine Central was crowdedto
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acting an. dark horse may even spring up at 3. Duration of stay will be gov- fashioned widow in search of a hus
.e pos-'I its utmost capacity last Sunday
University is fortunate
in the last moment, if we may credit ) erned by ability to please.! Unpaid band was played true to the minut-
suing so able and eminently qqaliI I afternoon when a large crov"d of
certain campus rumors. > subscribers given the glad hand on est detail by Dr. Chapman. The part
J man to serve in this capacity, 1 James Melton school teachers and would-bet&ach-'. entrance and the sandbag on exit of .Elder Sniffles, who became her .
fessor Cawthon has been with the"piversity alias"Jimmy, is ers started jto Palatkato take .the 1
if they do not come across. '- target in her matrimonial endeavors,
from the expected to poll a heavy vote with exams for"a certificate. '
very beginning, 4. Off-color and antique stories was played by Boyd Carleton. Unearned :
;hen in 1906 the University of Flor- the fair sex. He is certainly the After a wait of about an hour anda debarred. it off in fair shape, but might
::1 began i i& candy kid among the ladies and several -
half the Peavine Central pulledout
career. ,
Section 2-Girls. : have done better if he had learnedhis
Professor\Cawthon, besides holding hail-fellow-well-met broken hearts are ascribed to our with its precious cargo. The 1. Female visitors must be accompanied lines better, and remembered to

A.M. degree, has had many years ist. saxaphone art. first noticeable evept was \a race be- by not more than three pull his' hat down over the band ot : '

experience in school work. He tween the Peavine'Central and an chaperones. his wig. These amateur actors aro t

,!tight herein 1906-07; in 1907-08 he Ballard Simmons will doubtlessreap auto. The auto seemed to have *all 2. All girls must leave before the apt to pull bones of that sort. 1

has Principal of the Gainesville pub- a fine harvest of votes from the encouragement necessary to win, milk man comes-he is bashful. ,

Re schools and for the next five among the students who were her: as there were four beautiful young 3. Girls desiring friendship of office David said all men are liars. Davidwas i

r-ars held the position of principal last year. Due to the fact that he school teachers sitting on the I occupants must present references a man. Hence he was a liar. t

n the Pensacola high school. In is working his way through college, vation platform. waving the obser-I in person to managing editor. Hence all men are not liars. David f
JS he returned waiting on table and also putting in to victory. I
the
, to University 4. Age limit-pretty to 25; was a man. Hence David was not a f
rij( has been with us ever since. In all spare time assisting in the libraryhe We arrived at Palatka about 4:40. million heiresses-no limit. liar. Hence all men are liars. Hence '

. he yas appointed state high has not made so many acquaintances We then sought a rooming house and Section 3-Profanity -Say, Bish, the next time you come I

-hool inspector. among the ladies this summeras after locating rooms we decided to 1. Use of all profane or mess hall I around the 'Gator office with a line ,;

.Be is thoroughly acquainted with some of the other candidates, but take a walk before supper. We walk- language prohibited.' It sounds likeh like this, something is goin' to drop.PRINCIPAL'S .

, forms. of Public school and college. he is a sure-fire candidate among ed towards the river. We ,must say* -. i.
::':mistration, and especially falar those who know him. here that We certainly missed our Section -General' Conduct

wtih the local situation. Bill Bivens is likewise doing a lot esteemed friend Hawkshaw, as the 1. Let your conscience be your CLUB

of work in the cafeteria, and all who gnats and blind mosquitoes were very guide. If you have no conscience, re- z

ILL tg CAFETERIAHERE have had the pleasure of encounter- numerous and did not seem to care member Hawkshaw is in the offing. OF INTEREST TOEVERYJEACHER -

ing Bill's genial presence behind the where they flew. There were numer- Section 5-Tobacco
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counter will doubtless throw their ous cases where the insects had 1. Trunk ropes are to be used for '

IS WHERE support toward him. Bill is.a popular flown into some poor fellows eye, and trunks only. Any one caught smok-

I I winner from the .word go. the young lady companions were en- ing one will be punished accordingly. 1.

v REALLY EAT I Cecil Nichols, alias "Nick", and P. deavoring to extricate the insects. 2. Pipes may be used if inspectedby MANY IMPORTANT FACTS RE-

' I H. Cogburn, alias "Rameses," are After having gone through two campus health officers. LATING TO TEACHING ARE ,

>i running neck and neck. Our well- days of mental agony the teachers 3. Visitors are expected to bring DISCUSSED AT THE WEDNESDAY I

:IE MODEST ESTABLISHMENT known basketball player and our famous again boarded the Peavine Central their own cigarettes and leave the NIGHT MEETINGS i i;i

} EXT TO THE oldest student on the campus and started back to Gainesville. remains of the package on the tableon
Y. M. C. A. IS
hE HOME (oldest (from the standpoint of ma- : One young lady expressed a wish departing. One of the most PQrtant of the i
OF ALL TIlE BOX triculation at'the University) are that they would give exams every 4. Chewing is allowed_ in hot organizations on the campus meets 4 t

IIVAXTS ON THE CAMPUS characters of too much note to need week-end in Palatka. weather when the windows are open every Wednesday night at 8 o'clockin i r

any introduction here. Otherwise chewers will bring their Peabody Hall. This is the Prin- i t
I.t}as been said by Emerson ort The contest will run one week When is the best time to kiss? own bath tubs. t cipals' Club. Problems peculiar to : i,
ne
tips. othei of those brainy writing longer. The ballot box on the Y. M. When you get a chance. Section 6-Sleep the teacher's calling are discussed !

that even if a man resided in C:: A. piazza will be .closed to votesat Where is the best place to kiss? 1. Anyone wishing to retire be- and many valuable ideas are brought : i

! depths! of the forest' if only: he 7:30: p. m., Tuesday, August 2. Any place you can. fore 1 a. m. must get permission to light. ,; i ;.

)rjKed a superior article, the woildor The prize will be left somewhat up from the committee. At last week's meeting Professor .. ,

) :.u Sake a beaten track to his. to the taste of the winner. It is 2. Pajamas are in order. Night Cawthon presented a plea and a plan ; !,

! ) eave an example of ucrfuatIon hoped that 'a larger prize than the shirts will not be tolerated. The for better cooperation between teachers ;E

on the campus here this last one will be within the resourcesof THE COLLEGEINN .: committee wishes to maintain a at large and the Florida Educational :

mer. Our versatile and talented the Alligator to present to the strict standard of decency at all Association. The dub pledged ;,

w-studentWhose former. achieve- winner. times. itself to have every teacher in the 1

d.at. University are too many Below is the ballot. No ballot accepted -: You will FindA Section 7-Clothes state enroll and pay the membershipfee r

3e"ledio: mention, has added an- unless signed by a bona fide 1. All wearing apparel must be regardless of attendance at the i;

r feather to his already over- subscriber. If you have not your regular town in a tested at least once a month. If it meetings of the Association. In return f
ed
" cap of accomplishments. ballot handy, just write your candi- stands alone it is dirty and must each such enrolled member is to ;;

Bill.,lJtre Bivens -is now a qualified dates' name, followed by your own house at the be washed before the close of the receive a full copy of the proceedings. :

, d'hotel and restauranteur. name, on a slip of paper and dropit. summer session. It is believed that many would gladly i
'I',Content 2. Darning socks is prohibited.See the one dollar membership fee
I With restIng on his Ian- in the box. pay
s' which he gained last as College Inn section on profanity.If and have the printed proceedings to .
year
eSldentte Of the student Popularity Ballot you like the Alligator, pay your read, even though they do not feel) l
body
an !'
;-;?, and track Ask for what you subscription and tell others. If youdon't able to spend! the railroad fare and
man of the first
7.S!: manager. of the University. car- Candidate .............-- ,* > ---....- keep the thought to yourself. other expense money to attend the j
'4 Note: Professors and Deans of f
meetings.
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other want- ---: we generally
many lines
r mote ? a man i
nil! has taken charge of the Subscriber-_...........-..--....---..-- departments may secure the right to This would keep the teachers in
mpus cafeteria *x have it. adapt these rules to their own of- touch with the efforts of the State f
It fices, by applying to the Alligator for
Association would t
the
{:} a modest little establishment Remember a1vot'es must be in before and give as.

i P (Co. tinned on page-6.) 7:30 p. m. Tuesday, August 2., permission. to use the copyright. (Continued 1 on page six. ) ;,
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r .; + + + + + + '- we have the data compiled by some SHERIFF KENNARD CATCHES -r
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t. -- CRIMINALS IN THE VERY ACTContinued
of the country's best experts. This \
: SOCIETY AND CLUBS :
F will give us some idea of the great ( from Page One) You needM.USICt
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+ field open to the school for real con- betide the wrong-doer, who attemptsto

l'- + Marjorie and Naomi Moffitt + structive work in the community. As- put one over on Sheriff Kennard.A .
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + town tried !
fellows from
of
bunch
"-r suming that every school has a regu-
-': r. it once, four of them at the same I
: PEABODY CLUB. GYM DANCEA lar medical clinic, and with this
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>i Kennard unhitched :,
time but Sheriff the
But want best
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clinic it is able to correct one
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his little billy and waded in and two theVICTROLA
[: Last week a splendid program was pleasant surprise greeted last of these defects, you can readily seethe I of the malefactors came out with such as only .

t. presented to the members of the Saturday night's dancers at the Gym, important place of the school in I broken bones, but the sheriff came
t. club. A new feature was introduced when it was discovered that the or usual cheerful
his
when the entire club joined in at the chestra consisted of our own campus the health of the community. Clinicsare through with

beginning of the evening in singing talent. No better music could have fine things so far as they go but- smile.
unless there is sufficient training Sheriff Kennard is an ex-U. S.
r of popular This promises to
songs. possibly been secured. The largest
c become feature of the health habits to insure that the child Army man, having served during the can give. The world'sgreatest ,
a permanent crowd that has even been out to these
r will consider his health and the Spanish-American war, and while a artists join:
program. affairs was present and nobody
health of others worth in the performance Victor
protecting, perfect gentleman with the 1panyinyourguarantee-=
T. R. Leigh Ph. D., gave a very missed a single rtumber from the
i then the schodr has not performed its of his duties he is as hard boiledas
interesting talk on General Lee as a opening one-step to the final strainsof _
\ full duty. A school should first of all they make them in a scrap. The
how
t University president. He told Home Sweet Home.It of quality.It .
instill into the pupils the importanceof writer had the pleasure of accom-
r Lee had refused a $50,000 a year position is hoped that we will have the
health,and a desire for health. The panying him oil some of his Sunday
to become the leader in a small
same music at the next dance. This
I with the formation of the health habit is even night rounds last semester, and he is is our duty to make it :
university only four men on Saturday there will be no dance on -
more important, from the standpointof faithful in the smallest detailof easy for you to own a
just as
faculty, and of the reward which his accoiyJt of Dr. Chapman's reading
the indivdiual, the community and his rounds in of the more Victrola. 'Let us tell you
efforts as any
self-sacrificing brought.Mr.
being given in the Gym, but we look about .
the nation than the mastering of conspicuous of the manifold works something our service
Marion Knight gave a strongman forward with happy anticipation to and convenient term'
spelling. This habit cannot be *
successfully
.. which are his to perform.'What's
and human pin cushion exhibi- hearing the same dulcet strains from of
formed unless there is some payment.
tion which was easily the thriller of our campus. orchestra next week.
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co-operation in the home. Of coursea
the evening. In one stunt he extended *_* I the nicest thing on the
great deal of good can be accomplished
himself, resting upon tw THE SCHOOL'S PART IN THE ,,campus?
even, if the home ignores the GAINESVILLE
stools one at his head and one at his HEALTH OF THE COMMUNITY The girl that don't paint. ;-
school work, and the spreading valueto
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feet and upheld three of the heaviest
i the communnity in such cases will FURNITURE
men on the campus, who stood upon "Obviously the first business of the Giggs: "What good is a woman's
be very good, but the maximum efficiency I
his stomach. public school is to teach the child to promise?" COMPANY
can only be obtained when
The three minute speeches by Pro- live in the world in which he finds there is a close sympathy in the home Wiggs: "Good. why to be broken.'* I

fessors Draper Beeson and Metcalfe himself to understand .
his share in t
with the work. The school clinic, the .. ..
contained some mighty instructive it, and to -
get a good start in adjust- school nurse and the school teacherscan '" W
and entertaining thoughts. The club ing himself to it.-Dewey.
transform in few
a community a J. S. BODIFORDand
hopes to have the pleasure of hearing i
; The above is an excellent statement years, so far as health is concerned.In .
from these men more at length for of the purpose of the school,
order for the school to
accom-
J they feel sure that much valuable and unless it fulfills that then
purpose i plish its good ends, there must be a COMPANYDRUGGISTS
thoughts lie concealed in their schol- I
the school is a failure. Among the
great deal of education in! health out-
arly minds which the club would .be most important divisions of this workis
side of the schoolroom. The live '"
glad to have a*share in. the proper instruction) in health.At t -
will
the
principals see that community 00000000.
Some very beautiful songs were the present time the child spends l.i.I
get this instruction. The influence o _osesDRINK I See ,
rendered the clubs talented vocal almost
by as many wake hours in the
artist, :Miss Womble.At school room as he does at home. So of the press the parent-teacher asso- j I Vidal Drug Company,
ciation, the help of the pulpit, spec- !
the close a delightful serenadewas we see that from the standpoint of ial lectures and other things will add COCA-COLA I j For Drugs, Stationery, Toilet
given by the members of the time the school has an excellent op- Articles Candies I
materially to the community's fund
Mandolin club. portunity to directly improve the I I I Souvenir Cards Waterman Pens I
of general health knowledge, and will, ORANGE
*-* health of the children, and indirectly i I DCRUSH J a0e0 .0o o4I s.o
: if properly presented, arous public I
Penitent: (Thinking over past to improve the health of the com- sentiment in favor of the same. Once -

sins"I wonder if men go to munity.It the public realizes the importance of I CHERRY SMASH I ti PINKOSON

heaven. I never saw an angel witha is stated on good authority that health and the tremendous amount of I BEAUTY PARLOR
IN
beard." fully two thirds of the children in good the school can do in this* direc- BOTTLES f f'GAINESVILLE 609 W. University Are.

Neighbor: "Sure they do, but they our public schools need expert medi tion, then the principal will have littleor I COCA-COLA t Shampooing, Facils and Mam-
have a close shave getting tnere.Ex. ."- cal attention of kind.
some This at
no trouble making his school per- f BOTTLING CO. curing-Feet and Body

first blush, 'sounds unreasonable, yet 1 (Continued on page 6.) o4I o4I -. .- o4I .- -.-. --.-. I. Massage

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!lit Established in 1888 !S: + -COLUMN .+ Pierre lands again, at St. Nazaire. Sharp Tools Make ti '
Gainesville (Stopping a moment at the
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Florida Sfi + (By Campus Writers) + Satisfied Customers .
where, years ago, he bade farewell to .
1! YiYi! Yih! Y;! _HffififfiffiSffiiiSMART + + his family, he lives over thoSe sad Next Door to
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The train stops at the home sta-

(Continued from last week) tion. Nothing seems changed to him. j LYRIC THEATRE |
The He, only, has changed. He is not ,
director Joti'dvoice
reads it in a
surprised that ino'one recognizes him. t
expecting the man to be i
over-
|Friday-
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Pierre is undecided, at first whetherto It
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XFOR-PS. I joyed at the news. But no changecan I
; be detected in Pierre's features. go to the court house or directly t "The Face at the Window" '
home. Then decides for the latter, Fox Feature. II
:\ Surprised, Monsieur Chevalier inquires I 1
and walks across the fields to his
: Saturday't ; .
Priced ,Low house. |
". ', "Why, can't you understand? You
." As he approaches the threshold, he ;
Ethel Clayton in ; t
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are a free man! ;
So You'll Buy L',_, : ; I is seized I by; a queer presentment of ( "The Ladder of Lies"
: Pierre shakes his t
..'" .' -j- head. fear; he hesitates, then raps at the t "
-- ,. "Please let me stay here, sir. I door. Receiving 'no answer, he goes I .
More Than One. Pair.. .>- am ito longer a human being. I am in. I 4I 4I 4

No. 237.-I am afraid to goafraidto
Iri the kitchen is a woman, prepar-
-. see the world again, that has ing supper. As she bends over the Baird Hardware Co.

; .. played such havoc with my life. For stove, he sees her-gray-haired and
long years I have received no letters old, her shoulders stooped. But he SPORTING GOODS
/ from my wife and do not know recognizes,the fine features of Su-
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BOWERS SHOE STORE, : whether any of mine are still living. zanne. KodaksCutlery iit'

Let me stay here!" She has not heard the intruder, ;' .
"You cart be sure that they are when Pierre
recognizing her, cries *
East Main Street, SouthCOODY'S alive," answered the director." Alive out: '

and waiting for your return. Your Phone 7 Gainesville, Fla. .
"Suzanne, my wife!-Here I am-
wife
must have been advised of this, '
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Back home!
.. before now., How happy she will be, I
awaiting your return!" He seizes her in his arms. Suzanne, South Side Square 1 !

The director continues: too much surprized. to comprehend ;

"Courage, Pierre! You will be all, exclaims: f ,

given clothing, money and govern- "You. Pierre!-So. you ran away;
CAFETERIA ment help." hide )'Ourself-They will find you!" S H 0 E-I

: .', The director gives a telephone call, "Don't be afraid, my Suzanne, I am

::1 andDINING ordering clothes to be brought, then free-I! am innocentI-As you always H B. M. TENCH H '
; turning again to Pierre, he says: believed!" .

| ROOM "Pierre, you deserve much, you He kisses her passionately."Tell ; .
have suffered much, it is true, but me you always believed me O Gainesville, 0. f'!
your honor is intact and your way is innocent," cried Pierre; them!-"But/
"Is Fit for a Kin!:
i clear to begin a new life, and I hopei how!-Don't you know yetHaven'tyou ] E Florida E ,
a happy one." been informed? Where are the

MEALS AT ALL HOURS, "No!" cried Pierre: "I don't be- children?-Tell me all!" S HOE S
; lieve in happiness, sir; please let me Suzanne falls on her knees, leaningon 1
stay here!" him and weeping. Pierre con-
From 6:30 a. m. to 8:30 p. m.
*"No, Pierre, you can't stay here. tinues:
Guyana. is not a place for honest peo- "But why cry dear?-I am back,
The very best of foods well.ceoked- ple. Besides, others have given me your Pierre has come back. Cheerup. ;
strict orders to return you to France. We will begin a new life-You
,Pastry's and Foods all Home Cooked When you see our dear France again, still love me, don't you, ,SuzanooI ?-

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Give me your hand-arid adieu, good much-especially when no more
luck to you!" He nearly pushes letters came from you. Why did you
CHICKEN DINNERS SUNDAY AND WEDNESDAY Pierre through the door. Outside he stop writing?-Ah! I guess I know!

turns to a guard, saying: "Briga -You thought me guilty, as did the ,

108 East Main ,Street, North. One Block from Square dier, this man is free. Take him to rest of the world.-But, I forgive you ART
his dear. How did on-We
the supply sergeant for clothes. you get had
Pierre is taken to the supply room. debts, I remember?" and

.. He is given a fine traveling suit. His wife,' not daring to look in his

.-. .. .-. ,. When he sees himself in a mirror, for face, says: GIFT SHOP
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the first time in many years, a change "Don't ask me, Pierre."
'DROP I begins to come in his mined and fea "Speak, my dear, tell me all." SATURDAY, JULY 16
i IN tures. He feels himself again, a man I Suzanne, reluctantly answers:
9 and a human being; (he sees his little I "Well, neighbors helped me some- We will make a demonstra111
: I OTTO F. STOCK home, his wife and children, all especially Charles Benoit." tion for primary grades and
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1 ; 1 as they were when he left them). "What! Charles?-A better man Art work especially to the f

TAILOR Courage and strength begin to come i than I thought.-Butf tell me of the students. Be sure to come t'
t I back to him. He says: children."

' t t "Perhaps they need me." "Our little Raymond died of scar-
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PreseingGainesville let fever. Jeanne has become >
Cleaning a
::.. Alteration young Maker of ::1
I Florida t The same ship carries him back to lady, she works for Martin.-Please,
t ; Phone 354 France. Soon everyone on board don't ask any more questions.-Er- PICTURE FRAMES
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the one-teacher school and the threeor FORGIVE US OUR SINS .- -osooo .o

FLORIDA ALLIGATOR four-teacher schooL We feel sure j" w. M'COLLUM & CO.\ i Gainesville Fruit Store 1

Continued from page three.) DRUGGISTS I All Kinds of
+ ( Fruit
8UMMRTI SCHOOL EDITIOX that any who take this course will re- I
I J. Ernest Willett, ..._.EditorinChiefBoyd erything has changed so.-My poor THE REXALL STORE Cigars, Cigarettes and
Tobaccq
F Carleton -Managing EditorA. ceive great benefit therefrom. Miss a
W. Harp..............Business :Manager man! Agents for -Soft Drinks- ,
w G. B. Simmons_.._Circulation :Manager Macdonald is an expert in this field, \ and Norris t First Class
Ellen Hethcox ...,.._.........._.Joke Editor committee of Liggetts Candies Service I
Marjorie Moffitt .._._._.Society Editor and has had excellent success in her At the court house, a Gainesville 104 West Main St., North
-' Naomi Moffitt .......................Club Editor work in the State during the past several prominent citizens is meetingto 'I
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."i rt Ira :McAlpin __.uu.....___ Sporting Editor suitable -
!' ( Edward ___ decide upon the most
B.
-,' King Exchange Editon year. She comes to us direct from SHOP
HKI'OUTEHSlCecil I means of facilitating the return of FLORIDA BARBER :-
k H. Nichols Fannie Hudgins the State College at Tallahassee, hav-
Teresa :Murphy Joseph D. Wheeler Pierre, and of giving him a proper .. For Students and Others .. SPEEDIES PLACEis
t .. Official publication of Student Body ing closed a very successful, month's welcome home. They decide to inform -
: of Summer .
University of Haircuts 35c.
Florida Office in room 34, basement work there. If you are interested in his wife, at once, that he has Shaves 20c. headquarters for
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Language Address Hall.all communications to this work, arrange with Miss Mac- arrived in France-. sending food, West Side Square Gainesvilleroooeooo
University Students !
donald to enroll in these classes as
A. W. % Harp, University Station, I money and flowers.
t Florida. we understand that a class will be the clerk who
First telephoning to i+s Service and SanitationGo
given from 12 to 1 and from 2 to 3. '
; Entered at Gainesville Fla.. post- You will find her class room in the had received the order to inform t( W. S. DORSEY &\ CO. J, HaJd-i -Han4
'.. office as second class mail matter. Pierre's wife, but who has been un-
Soft Drinks
I- Subscription Advertising : rates 50 cents: 25 the per term.column. auditorium of Peabody Hall. able to do so before, because of her ,| Everything in Groceries I CandiesIce

Inch. absence from home; a clerk arid a I| For Goodness Sake Drink tI | Cream-The Velvet Kind
DEAN NORMAN TRYING TO
bourgeois of the town set out forPierre's
SIDEWALKS BADLY NEEDED HAVE DEMOCRATIC RULE I DORSEY'S DELIGHT j jv

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COFFEE'i
; f Every summer when the rainy sea- (Continued from Page One)
to his
While Pierre is still speaking
t son begins, the summer students at automobile rides was drawn up, not i
wife the steps of are
heavy a man
,
the University realize the crying because the faculty has not the utmost -
; heard he nearly falls on the door- DO BUSINESS WITH
s need for good sidewalks on the north faith in the ability of the young ; ,

side of University avenue opposite ladies of the student body, to con- step, and shouts: I THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK .t
door! It is dark-Is
that
"Open
S the campus. From the east entrance duct themselves as ladies* under all

of the circumstances but because certain supper ready?"
: Urjversity campus to the Col- Resources Over $2,500,000KffiffiffiffiSffiffiffi .
: lege Inn, we find but three hort thoughtless individuals have in the "It is Charles Benoit!" she says, ,

; J. strips of sidewalk. In between these past given rise to unfavorable com- trembling. Charles, forcing his way :

k strips, the student is compelled tot ment on account of their indiscreet in, detects her mdve to lock him out, I $$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$

r { wade through mud and water for a actions when riding unchaperoned. and strikes ,her, swearing all the

.. 5' distance of three blocks, especially This materially damages the good while. jj THE PHIFER STATE BANKS j

when we are having these daily rains. name of the University, and any Ii Pierre stands stupefied, at first- h
Safe
Strong and
t It is almost impossible to firM a de- student will realize that the good I s, Then- 4ccommodating.ooooo00000000000 I

; cent place to walk on that side of the name of the University is vitally con- I" "Suzanne! what's all this?" and

,I street nected with his or her own reputa- later-"Oh, I understand, why you +.

e. No crossings have, been provided, tion for the reason, mentioned before stopped writing!-So, it is this man." ,

J S and when the roads are middy it is that in the first and last analysis, Maddened with jealousy, Pierre J I PHIFER BROS. DEPARTMENT STORE
I
the of the and
reputation University
almost impossible to find a place to
seizes a big knife from the kitchen I .
cr/ss. Let hope that another the reputation of the students them- J Agent For
us by table, and with all his might strikes I
: year the city,of Gainesville will com selves are synonymous terms.It Charles in the throat. Charles falls I Florsheim Shoes "

f pel these property owners to put in is not the intention, in the I dead. I :

sidewalks along this side of the street.' slightest degree, on the part of the ... f fI
j Almost, at the same time the clerk --- .
faculty to act in an autocratic man-
Another improvement that would
add greatly to this side of the street ner. It is simply that the responsi- and the bourgeios, from the court
bility rests their shoulders house enter. The clerk, and his com- Popular Goods at Popular Prices atBURKHIM'S
is the trimming up of the trees, so upon a panion have basket.
burden which the students themselveslast a Pierre recog- I
that walk along there with.
one may nizes him and
goes straight to the
out having their hats knocked off or summer did not, feel willing to clerk ,
saying .
their hair torn down. If you are shoulder, and they are doing the best : ,
carrying an umbrella inrainy! they know how to serve faithfully and "Take me back where I came from.
This time I I
have
4 weather you are sure to get a shower ,with justice to all in the task which I Suzanne has, sunk really onl killed.the floor before ..........++..... ; '
bath if you are-not'very careful. Let daily confront! them.It *

us hope that these few suggestions must be realized by the students a large crucifix hanging on the

will result in a much needed improve- that a democratic form of govern- wall, and, amid the silence of the I AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR
horror-stricken COMPANY
ment. ment carries with it certain responsi- men, can be heard her

bilities as well as privileges. Liberty prayer; AND
I SHINE
: THANKS. must not be allowed to become merged "Oh, Lord, forgive- our sins! I |. PARLOR ;
into license. have suffered BO much!"

We feel sure that we voice the The two men, realizing,,what has I : Geo. Tampas and Louis Eliades Proprietors
It is ,
that the
hoped
feelings of all the summer school present so- happened, say:

students when we say that they ap called stringent rules which are nec- "If only we could have come an : 115 West Main Street North

preciate the manner1 in (which the essary for some will be modified to hour earlier,'all this would have been Phone 139

.11 j: churches Cars begin care coming for them out to on the Sunday.University suit more the mature requirements students of and many in fact of the the avoided."Come" with me, Pierre S ," says the *..............44 ...........44

::1 as early as 9 o'clock..each modification might well extend to a clerk. _

J 4 Sunday morning and they keep coming majority of the )younger ones, but About to leave, he notices the SPORTING GOODSTennis

I until all who desire to go to I bearing in mind cretain indiscreet flowers. "Give them to Suzanne*

1 church school actions on the,part of a few, it Is Rackets
or Sunday may do so. i says Pierre. "She has suffered more Lawn Tennis
necessary to'go very slowly in letting I Hardware of all Kinds
After church services are over they: than I. Keep them in memory of our .
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down .the bars. We *
L return the student to the campus and must edu happy days."
cate the studer public opinion to See Us
there is rb excuse for any student '

not attending church and Sunday such a degree that offences' will carry Orie month later. Pierre is again THE THOMAS
with COMPANYPhone
them the social
i disapproval of
school on Sunday if he so desires. brought before the court. The room

-I The people of Gainesville appreciate the majority on the campus. The is crowded; on all sides the prisoner 22
disapproval of ones fellows is the WEST SIDE OF
'j i the fact that they have such a is greeted with ovations. The President SQUARE
strongest check
to lawless tendencies
I t great institution of learning in their that threatens to evacuate the room
can be brought to bear upon a -- ,
:1 midst and unless silence is reestablished.The --- -
they surely make an effort
: student. all the hatred of
a society which
i to make the stay of the summer student prosecuting attorney beginshis condemned pray before we read. The Lord has
The Dean is at all times glad to case: him, an Innocent man, and
; as pleasant as possible. Socialsare been
which has been compassionatte in spite of our
receive suggestions of a real thoughtful accumulating during
held "Errare Humanum Est
during the week for the ; we have faults.
constructive nature but these these long years, spoke Let us pray-
student's benefit. Epworth Leaguehas here; a man who, through a judicial 1 spoke with
planted a social for the summer suggestions: must be something more mistake, was sentenced to hard labor all Ha might. Wheil he saw the man "Oh Lord! forgive us our sins:"

students at Epworth Hall next Fri than mere whimsical fancies prompted for life.. Many years he has sufferedfor who had robbed him of everything
by selfish desires with no thoughtfor another that had kept him alive-he struck "What
day evening, July 22. All summer man guilt. He came are your rates?" asked the

students are urged to attend and see the good of all concerned. back and killed-Gentlemen of the Gentlemen-there is but ono waya prospective victim of the lady for

just what good entertainers these Let u3 all get in line with these jury-I ask for a verdict of man complete acquittal!" tune teller.

young pepole are. ideals and let _there be close and ;slaughter." The verdict is returned Pierre is *I cant afford to tell
friendly co-operation between the fac- The for the defense you anything
attontoy then acquitted. The audience is carried but disaster
Again we wish to express our most Into for 50 "
cents
replied
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ulty and the students in the effort to makes his plea
delirium
: a of joy. the
sincere They lady "but
thanks for the courtesy which crowd for $1.00 I'll to
has been shown by the splendid peo- make the University bigger and bet- "Here is before us, a, man, aged, a around to shake his hand, to express tell you a good fortune with agree bad
ter from standpoint, especiallyfrom human wreck no
ple of Gainesville. every accused of man- their satisfaction. luck in it."-.Columbus
the standpoint of a true American slaughter! Does he not deserve for- -- State JoamsLLawrence"Where

MISS CHRISTIAN MACDONALD social democracy wherein each giveness-And not only forgiveness, One year later. Pierre
| HERR realizes hs responsibility and meetsit but sympathy after a martyrdom of wife in and his do you bathe?*
a pretty cottage, surrounded Gordon-"In
., in a fair and square manner. If sixteen long years? the spring.

Miss Christian Macdonald, Rural we are not able to realize the fruitsof He comes home, expecting by flowers. Sitting nt"ar. their Lawrence Ml didn't ask you when, ,-

School Inspector, arrived at the University these efforts this summer, remem ness and love and finds-the happi. daughter rocks a baby out her knees. I asked you where?" :
ashes of It is an atmosphere of
SurJday afternoon and began ber there are other summers comingand his home and of his hopes. peace And happiness --
And
her course in Rural School Problems we want to go forward, not finds also, the robber of his all he after so many years of sad- Dr. Sweet wants aH of the lawyer
l -of ness. Pierre
on Monday. This course will deal backwards. We must do one or the her, who was his dearest opens the Bible acd >aonaalites to take hygiene, so that

E with those problems that confront other, for nothing can stand still. his own life. He sees all possession this says to Suzanne: -This is the anniversary be- can have the pleasure of giriBg
-And of
I I I! our resurrection. Let ,
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Q'S"'-FROM WHITES !1 Home of the .

Fly- : evening there was Ii WE FIT Ci)1fJ1f .
FEET A FIT FOR EVERY
-in &e Gym the fastest game ', __ FOOTii! !
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Whites came on theodftfent !R
The 111
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i ort of the opposite team wash ffi ffiaaagaa! i .. t

for them. The score was .. .
the game, but when i
ougbout SHIPS
[feree blew the whistle at the THAT HAIL AND PASS ON OUR STATE BY COUNTIES ERfHS2ffiffiffi ffirI t
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the score was 1911. 5 .
the game Tohretaw
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Thinking that '
for the win- there might be some y
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a! th/ individual star of theE Editor's note: Tohretaw has been a students of the University who y

: and much credit is due the more or less constant contributor to would like to have a list of the coun- j ,

Iplayeis who fed the ball t- the Alligator for many moons' ,but ties arid the county seat of the'State, y J, $. I .
;throughout the game. Rosee this is the first time he has ever espied we are publishing this list 'Which is y t .

mm for the* losers that de- anything in the poetic line. We complete, with all the new counties y''[ BURNETT THE CLOTHIER m. :
much credit arM we are sorryhe have grown accustomed to expecting organized by the last Legislature:

has very few others to nothing serious from his pen, but evidently County County Seat y 1
im on the: team. the light and nonsensical has Alac: Gainesville.' ,;

rery large crowd witnessed the palled on him, and he has resolved to Baker-Macclenny, ,Ii; :
and 'ere very much pleased, dive deep into sentiments of the soul, Bay-Panama City. i" :
[the results. This makes the for this piece is diametrically opposite BradfordStarke.BrevardTitusviUe.. I :
victory for the P. D. Q.'s and from his usual lightly satirical and 1 *
ope to continue the good work. humorous vein. We will leave it up Broward-Fort Lauderdale. i Watch that. "the" grow larger;every year

[lost the first game by a very to the philosopher to interpret it.I CalbounBlountstown.CitrusInyemess. 1 t ,
ore, but since that time they :Maybe he is trying to put one over .
[been working on? the floor fromto on us: Clay-Green Cove Springs. I ,'- NUFF SED I

| time, and it seems that the The ranks march by in serried files Columbia-Lake City. R 1

has improved- them very much.. i The men are tired from weary milesA I Dade-Miami. a ;
#-* II sergeant plods on end of line DeSoto-Arcadia. .. i
011A GIRLS WIN FROM I He'd give ten francs for drink of Duval-Jacksonville. % i fi ,
BUCKMAN.e wine. Escambia-Pensacola. fi .
Flagler Bunnell. 'y, i
His feet are worn, his heart is sick, Ii ... .. t!
of the most exciting games of And in the mud his "souliers" stick, Franklin-Apalachicola. fiSSBSiaiiaffiffi '
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ummer was staged last Fridayng It's all for France, that country Gadsen-Quincy. % .. '** _
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Hamilton-Jasper.
in the Gym between the two brave \. =: : I !
Hernando-BrtIOksville.
itories and the score was very He does his bit her name to save, '
I end of the the Hillsborough-Tampa. c
At the game
But he is not of Gallic race, .
stood 43. Holmes-Bonifay. THE UNIVERSITY I BOOK STORE
That look that's .stamped upon his Jackson-Marianrfa. '* I
le Buckman team out-played tha face, Jefferson1rlonticello.I

jiias team, but through luckas "Americairte," that's what they say, LaFayette-Mayo. Basement Language Hall j :
was able to get a goal dur- 'Twas there he saw the light of day. Lake-Tavares. "
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Jhe last minute of play. The gamea He yearns in vain for Yankee slang, ,Lee Fort Myers. *, --
rough one, and a great many But look; what's that that's comingnow Leon-Tallahassee. : I.1 1s
New Line of University Jewelry and Stationery,
t were called, but no baskets were ? Liberty: -Bristol. ," II. ..
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? Large Assortment of Pennants Freshman Caps
bis makes the second game of theer Of yonder hill and quickly down! Madison-Madison. r a f

and,Thomas Hall holds the Tall stalwart forms in khaki brown, :Marion-Ocala. L. : :
feiorls for, both games. Buckmap "Vive l'1'Amerique the Frenchmenyell Manatee-Braderltown. :Memory Books, Etc. a:

] who has had some very hard< : l.tonroe-K West. ._ j- ;.- :1:
itice. undfr the direction of C. H. "We're going to give the kaiser hell." Nassau-Fernandina.Okaloosa ..,.7y '
cols' expects to clean up Thomas Comes back the lusty Yankee boast. -:Crestview.Okeechobee 1>' I Everything For tHe Student : -0" 1 A

_next time they step on the floor. The sergeant stops and steps aside, -Okeechobee. I
*-* To greet his frierJds, that's what he Orange-Orlando. J Jj
tried j .
OsceolaKissimmee.Palm .
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'harsh, Pasco-Dade City. - :
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[ BE GUESTS
march!' i THE ALACHUA RESTAURANT AND CAFE .1
No time to talk, no friendship there, PutnamPalatka.St. i

FRANCE I C'est la Guerre, mon brave, c'est la Johns-St. Augustine. "
Lucie-Fort Pierce. ..... For Ladies and Gentlemen t '
guerre St. t. :i
Santa Rosa-Milton. t.
LERAND EXTENDS IN VITA- ; -
And thus it is in times of peace, Seminole-Sanford. t :
JlOX TO 2250 "PILGRIMS" OF We sit and smoke and take our ease, Sumter-Bushnell. t Half Block from Atlantic Coast Line epot. 1.' ,
AMERICAN LEGION TO TAKE And yet the rush goes on the while. Suwannee-Live Oak. ..
ART IN FRANCE-AMERICAN And still the tear tomes with the Taylor-Perry. t '

EREMONIES. smile; Volusia-DeLand.Wakulla r Phone 507 Gainesville, Florida l
For two congenial souls may meet, Arran.
F Sew And each will halt its mate to greet;; Walton-DeFuniak Springs: L I - i
York, July 21.. Franklin .
KMier, former national commander With mem'ries of their former days WashingtonVernon.The I
back in Time's dim daze. following new counties were
t the American Legion, who will lead Iii ages
I pilgrimage of ex-service men tofcnce An hour may pass on joyful wing, formed by the acts of the last Legis-
And yet the morrow brings its sting; lature:
this summer has opened "pil- ,
is short, despair steps in Charlotte-Punta Gorda.
The joy
; mage headquarters" in New York,
We have as yet the foe to win, Dixie-Cross City. .
ere for the trip are
arrangements
mob with all its' senseless noise, HardeeWauchula.HighlandsWinter.
ing completed. The to wreck and smash our Haven. THERE IS GREAT SATISFACTION IN KNOWING :
trip is at the instance of Presi- Conspires
PC toys. Sarasota-Sarasota. THAT YOUR LAUNDRY WILL BE DONE I
Pt Millerand and the French govPment -
who invited the American And all the answer that I see, Union-Lake Butler. RIGHT, ALSO THAT IT WILL BE IN THE i
C'est la vie, ma chere, c'est la vie. Glades-Moore Haven.
feionl to designate a group of exfvice -! HANDS OF PEOPLE WHO ARE CAREFUL, .
to visit -- -! ==
men and
women
|flee for a tour of the erstwhileof State. It will be impossible, becauseof participated and t1 Important townsof RELIABLE AND EXPERIENCED. THESE \

s of conflict and for participation limitations, to include everyone the battle area. REQUIREMENTS ARE ONLY A FEW OF THE

la series of teremonies in honor ofF who has wired for reservations. Se- Besides"participating irt the unveiling ASSUURANCES THAT YOU HAVE WHEN i
American troops. Foremost lection of individuals is entirely in of the.Flurey monument ,the party
pong the ceremonies will be the un- the h ads of the ,State organizations will lay the cornerstone of "Pont YOU SEND OUR LAUNDRY TO US, BY OUR II

fling of the Furey monument, in of theLegion.The Roosevelt," the new bridge to be TRUCKS. ;
P>ute to the valor of the American delegates will sail August 3 erected arcoss the Marne at Chateau

Idler. from New York on the U. S. Mail Thierry, named for the late Theodore WEAVER'S STEAM LAUNDRY ..
Ir. D'Olier has received lettersd Liner George Washington. The expenses Roosevelt, and his son, "Quentin. The
telegrams from every State indi- of the trip will be borne by later fell in combat near Chateau

|ting that the veterans of,the Worldar the Legion organization. In France Thierry.To .
regard the forthcoming expe- f the party will be guests of the French Burlesque Benzine Board
non with deep significance.: Mr. government on a tour of the former The delegation will go to Bois to

I Olier said; battlefields, Otf this our the Legionnaires attend the dedication of the Joan of
"The veterans feel that the invita- will visit scenes of the en Arc statue, which is a gift to France I

fn of France: and its acceptancearks gagements in which the Americans (Continued on page six) -- .
Legion ..S r
[ the entrance of the -
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will tend to knit more closely a '

p utual not understanding alone of Frace among and veter-the BATHING SUITS SEDUCED 25a

[nited States, bnt of all Allied coun .
ties."
SHOES TO MATCH
AND
CAPS
|The number of delegates will be WITH

Pnited, to 2250, md, according to yUer '

will be thoroughly represen-' m-115 WEST' UNIVERSITY AVE. 1
ti\'e. Every State' arid every : BAZAAR
"anch of the former fighting forces THE BUSY
fU be represented. Next to United Shoe Store :

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1\ (Contrrrred from page =) the different nqtJd meas neg.* from the Joan of Are Committee? of I

." ... form its ft tt duty toward tie comp PtipO-,"GiIs, pints quarts gal- New York. Here also the party will i II Gainesville t
: visit the former haedquarters of the
eruaity ard tie cabL1 I
i.Dgo fszr-
p Ions-DoyocTwaat: me any reelassiSeatioxi board of the UnitedSt6te.s
A.tthe preset:: time there are a Electrical
., ther!" .An:1yin.. France which, ia
nosxBer of bporl :t Iiu.flr.gra crgaaJ7atvTT'jt -
that require a physical: ex- Prof. Sawyer *Nc.you could tarestopped army parlance was known as the Supply Co.Electric. ; i I
I aminatioa far each applicant wfcots with a pi=: That csnaHy is "benzine board of Blooey. A bur- -:-". II!I
seeJcmg to be employed. This am i- aH I wad"Never lesque of the :famous beanie court: .': :
tic is coning to be the general rule: will be enacted by the Legioncaires. Irons Ii
f. in galas try rather that: the exception judge 2 lady by the silk The veterans win go to the birthplace Ii.
and if for no other reascn it would umbrella she carries, she may hare of Marshal Focfc in the Pyrenees I
f pay the go p|fgg ii!y in dollars and left a cotton one is. its place some and it is expected that the emi- Fans ;
L. certs to pay strict attention to the where. >cent marshall will meet them as host j -
,!- health of the child aad indirectly the ia the hate where he was born. At j
health of the CQ PI?*T= i ty. Our idea of a. sinecure is serving the same time aa invitation to attend "'' ':">.-' <.
the in of-those Leipsigtrials. the national cozzventioa of the American .
The school may take* the leading on. jury ore
.. Legion in Kansas City this fall
part ia all health norecieiits: izt themeaty.
For example, it may will be formally presented to Marshal Flashlights, Mazda Lamps
make a campaign on fifes, rats m- Foch, who has already defintiely announced I
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pore mTTk and a number: of other that he would attend.At and Supplies '
things that endanger the health of, Rfcgire the party will attend the i
the commm ty THere are a number presentation %of the threeTniinba- ..... :;
of plasa for carrying any of the S14OLRepe : franc: gift of the Carnegie Founda- I ".
above campaigns and they may be tion to the city library there. I
secured at very little cost.To ..rirnby The trip will last about six weeks,
sum up We admit that healthis node r-.P! including ailing time, and Legionnaires -----I II
of first importance to the comnras-1 expect to return to America
New York Hatters and Fruit Co. I
iyt; that the school fr the generally Methods about September 15. i
accepted place for the rfciMrea to receive I Lownejs Candies Kept in
the better part of thir trainingfor : MAKES GOOD HER PROMISE Refrigerator Show Case
their life's work; that every chi TO WED RELEASED PRISONER I Next Door to A. C. L. Depot
attends the public school for the legal
requirement of time and that Brockton, Mass, July 2L-Living::,
dazing this attendance: period is the Tip to her promise made to her sweetheart -
most desirable time to form habits I k when he was sentenced to the!' EVERSHARP PENCIL, PENCIL LEADS,
that will last through the life of the Plymouth House of Correction :sev-i, FOUNTAIN PENS, of the John Holland male
individuaL Now if the above is true I era! months ago far manslaughter
it follows that there is no institution i! Miss Bernice Holland, formerly of Also the marvelous Dunn-Pen, the best self-filler ever mIn .
in the community that hu the opportunity rock.on. went to Great Bay Nova our repair department we handle parts for Pencil at:
for health service that the Scotia, last week and was married to Pens and look after repairs. If you have trouble witi jm
public school has. It also follows John A. DonneH restaurant owner. Wrist Watches or any other watch you have, bring it tea
from the above that the school ha Donnell was prated from Plymouth
first place ia the health of the com- 4J jail several weeks ago his sentence L. C. SMITHSouth
munity. As has already been said, fbenigcut short in order to enable
the school can transform a eommma- I i him to go to Nova Scotia to see his Side of Square
ity from one of unhealthy habits to f;father who was critically tillHe I
one of healthy habits.-J. V. K. : :
the k
1. CHESNUrSSouth k was convicted of haTIng caused < _
death of him; "" jir I ---
a man by having run
j. Excerpt from a mother's letter i I
to 1 down with his automobile last alL At;
:! her son in camp; I Side Square : that time: Miss Holland made the I PATRONIZE 'GATOR I
Dear Willie: Don't shoot the little STUDENTS
promise that s|e would wait for him
craps, remember they love life i I ADVERTISEESgaaTItLrIfiIIiIffigffi
as Agent at Affijator office \
4 well do- : and would marry him when he was !
as
1 yoa -Lord Jeff.
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_ NORMAN ILL THE FORCE OF HABIT---- ---- --, -J

BIG LOST AND FOUND
DRAMATIC
1 The girl reporter accepted the ed CHAPMAN READING ,

= PO/ r DANGER itor's invitation to dinner. When "I've lost my wife," exclaimed an I
asked how ENTERTAINMENT
she enjoyed it, she said, excited male shopper in a large department GREAT SUCCESS; I
"Oh. fine but I'll
never to dinner <:
OUT AGAIN SOON go store. "She was right here
with an editor again." .
NEXT
FRIDAY
"Why not?" I EVE. beside me a moment" ago and now Ican't GYM WAS PACKED :
find her.
"Well, the dinner was fine but: he "
t Lv S0RMAN SUFFERS AT- two -
"Bargains in skirts aisles to
E WCK O? CYSTITIS FRIDAY.IN blue-penciled" about three-fourths of THE TWO PLAYS, "MR. BOB"AND your left" replied the floorwalker DR. CHAPMAN'S SEVENTH AN- .. ?
order.
my 31Y TURN NEXT TO BE
SATURDAY
SIK BAY-PROFESSOR tersely. NUAL READING GIVEN ; t

THO$ ACTING DEAN PRO. 1 "Maybe the' subscribers were in STAGED-LATTER IS FUNNI- EVENING-PROGRAM '
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arrears. NIEST FARCE EVER WRITTENThe ENDS WTIH THE FARCE "EL. I ;

IE.M \ For every woman who makes a DER SNIFFLES COURTSHIP" (. I
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Why do some fellows stay out late seventh annual dramatic entertainment fool out of a man there is another 1 I
Korean was taken with an at night? -
an under the direction of woman who makes a, man out of a
last ands Dr. J. :M. Chapman true to
[ of cystitis Friday Don't ask foolish ran
[ack ordered by the doctor to retire cause some girls do. questions. J3& Dr. J. M. Chapman, will be given, in I form last Saturday evening, and livedup -

the infirmary, where he is underlay the University Gym, on Friday evening I fool.ALLIGATOR to his reputation of being one of .i
August 5, at 8 o'clock. Two -
medical treatment. Dean POPUlARuTvOTEFIRST OFFICERULES the best elocutionists in the country
plays, "Mr. Bob" and "My TurnNext" \
ran has not been feeling well when he presented to a packed house

some time, but he has remainedthe will be presented."Mr. his seventh annual reading at the

job jtoth true grit, until an WEEK CLOSE; Bob" is the best play ever University of Florida.

pecufly severe attack forced him written for amateurs, and "My Turn I Dr. Chapman with marvelous skill

[remain |ors de cobmat. MELTON-SI 10NS Next"'is the funniest of all farces. (By Tohretaw) I and versatility gave everything from

Alligator has had a bulletin Both plays are chock full of laughs r I Shakespeare to a representation of a -

om- the infirmary daily and the from start to finish, and all parts are NOTICE TO ALL YEWHO I newlyweds 'quarrel. Sometimes he I.I I.

cst reports are enco dging. Inlet JAMES MELTON IN LEAD WITH cast to actors of experience, most of ENTER HERE took the part of two actors at the
T\VEXTY-llALLARD whom have here in
this SIMMONS played previous same time.
time from -
the
by goes tlje -
NEXT WITH ONE LESS-FIVE summers. It is expected that the RULES AND REGULATIONS TO Every number of his well-selected f ,
fess, it is not at all unlikely that
? CANDIDATES entertainment will all GOVERN THE OCCUPANTS AND with enthusiastic f.:
Dean will be upvand about again. JN FIELD surpass previous program was greeted -
ones.Tickets VISITORS OF YE 'GATOR OF- I applause. The writer happens f ,
|Much concern is felt on all sideshis The first week of the men's I -
popularity 25 FICE to know that Dr. Chapman was suf-
illness The students of his are cents for all teachers : .
contest shows five candidates. Section Entrance Rules from a severe cold on that .
and tsudents, and 35 cents for ferjng
education showed
ss in their sym- The rank 'as follows on the scale of 1. Ammunition and must would have ,
all others; on sale at the bookstoreand weapons i night, but no one suspected
and for him
thy regard by takinga I .
l votes: James. Melton 20, Ballard at the door. Electric, fans will be deposited at, bookstore before en that from the manner of his

collection which resulted in a Simmons 19, Bill Bivens 13, Cecil be installed in the Gymnasium. :tering. No concealed chewing gum or I delivery. His vocal control is little a ?t
antiful bouquet of flowers and .
an
Nichols 12, P. H. Cogburn 12. razors. ,short of superhuman. f
:nense basket of fruit 'arriving at
It is expected that next week's voting 2. Entrance may be gained by The program wound up with the ,
TEACHERS EXAMS
bedside a few hours terwarjl. AT PALATKA
will show a heavier ballot, now .. giving countersign and three kicks on humorous playlet, "Elder Sniffles' f
[During thf Dean's illness Proves- -
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that the candidates are in line. A the door in an ordinary ,tone of voice. Courtship." The part of an old-
r w. S. Cawthon is Dean The Peavine Central was crowdedto
acting
dark horse may even spring up at 3f Duration of stay will be gov- fashioned widow in search of a hus-
.e University is fortunate pos1sing its utmost capacity last Sunday
in the last moment, if we may credit ) erned by ability to please. Unpaid band was played true to the minut-
ale afternoon when a large crovjd, of
so and eminently quali-
certain campus rumors.J subscribers given the glad hand on est detail by Dr. Chapman. The part
j man to serve irr this capacity. school teachers and would-be-- .teachers entrance and the sandbag on exit of Elder Sniffles, who became her .
ofessor Cawthon has been with'the James Melton, alias "Jimmy, is started Jto Palatka' to take .the i
if they do not in matrimonial endeavors
come across target her ,
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expected to poll heavy vote with tT certificate.
Iriversity from a exams fox '
the very beginning, 4. Off-color and antique stories was played by Boyd Carleton. Hf- ",
hen in 1906 the University of Flora the fair sex. He is certainly the After a wait of about an hour and i debarred._ carried it off in fair shape, but might
kid
began itg career. candy among the ladies and several half the Peavine Central pulledout .
a Section 2-Girls. have done better if he had learnedhis
|Professor Cawthon, besides holding hail-fellow-well-met broken hearts are ascribed to our with its precious cargo. The 1. Female visitors must be accompanied lines better, and remembered to ;

A.M. degree, has had many years ist. saxaphone art first noticeable evept was >a race be- by not more than three pull his' hat down over the band oi ;
experience in school He tween the Peavine'Central and an
work. chaperones. his wig. These amateur actors arn l
tight here in 190G-07 in 1907-08 he Ballard Simmons will doubtlessreap auto. The auto seemed to have "all 2. All girls must leave before the apt to pull bones of that sort. ; '1

as principal of the Gainesville pub- a fine harvest of votes from the encouragement necessary to win, milk man comes-he is bashfuL ,

schools, and for the next fivers among the students who were hero as there were four beautiful young 3. Girls desiring friendship of of- David said all men are liars. Davidwas t

,: held the position of principal last year. Due to the fact that he school teachers sitting on the fice occupants must present refer- a man. Hence he was a liar. \

the Peasacola high school. In is working his way through college, vation platform) waving the obser-I ences in person to managing editor. Hence all men are not liars. Davidwas f

13 he returned to the University waiting on table and also putting in to victory. 4. Age limit-pretty, '18 to 25; a man. Hence David was not a ;

&d< has been with us ever since. In all spare time assisting in the libraryhe We arrived at Palatka about 4:40. million heiresses-no limit. liar. Hence all men are liars. Hence ,

-W he "f as appointed state high has not made so many acquaintances We then sought a rooming house and i Section 3-Profanity -Say, fish, the next time you come '

cool inspector. among the ladies this summeras after locating rooms we decided to 1. Use of all profane or mess hall around the 'Gator office with a line

1 He is thoroughly acquainted with some of the other candidates, but take a walk before supper. We walk- language prohibited.. It sounds likeh like this, something is goin' to drop.PRINCIPAL'S '

', forms. of Public school and college he is a sure-fire candidate among ed towards the river. We ,must say'here -.

.1D1stration, and especially fa- those who know him. that we certainly missed our Section -General Conduct

War wtih the local situation. Bill Bivens is likewise doing a lot esteemed friend Hawkshaw as the 1. Let your conscience be your CLUB ,.

of work in the cafeteria, and all who gnats and blind mosquitoes were very guide. If you have no conscience, re-

:ILLS CAFETERIAHERE have had the pleasure of encountering numerous and did not seem to care mctnber Hawkshaw is in the offing. OF INTEREST TOEVERYJEACHER 1-

Bill's genial presence behind ths where they flew. There were numer- Section Tobacco _

counter will doubtless throw their ous cases where the insects had 1. Trunk ropes are to be used for. i

IS WHERE support toward him. Bill is.a pop flown into some poor fellows eye, and trunks only. Any one caught smoking

i ular. winner from the .word go. the young lady companions were en- one will be punished accordingly. 1 :

YtfU REALLY Cecil Nichols alias "Nick", and P. deavoring to extricate the insects. I 2. Pipes may be used if inspectedby I MANY IMPORTANT FACTS RE-

EAT' H. Cogburn, alias "Rameses," are After having gone through two campus health officers. I LATING TO TEACHING ARE ;

running neck and neck. Our well- days of mental agony the teachers 3. Visitors are expected to bring! DISCUSSED AT THE WEDNESDAY .

lIE MODEST ESTABLISHMENT known basketball player and our famous again boarded the Peavine Central their own cigarettes and leave the i NIGHT MEETINGS i :

- *EXT TO THE oldest student on the campus and started back to Gainesville. remains of the package on the tableon -
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31. C. A. IS
.THE HOME (oldest lrom the standpoint of ma- : One young lady expressed a wish departing. One of the most important of the ,

IVAXTS OF ALL THE BON triculation at 'the University) are that. they would give exams every 4. Chewing is allowed_ in hot organizations on the campus meets # 1

ON THE CAMPUS characters of too much note to need week-end in Palatka. weather when the windows are open every Wednesday night at 8 o'clockin t''

It t any introduction here. Otherwise chewers will bring their Peabody Hall. This is the Prin 1 t

0 tle r1* been said by Emerso"n or The contest will run one week When is the best time to kiss? own bath tubs. I cipals' Club. Problems peculiar to : i

other of those brainy writing longer. The ballot box on the Y. 1\1.1 When you get a chance. Section 6-Sleep the teacher's calling are discussed (
;aps
:; I that even if a man resided! C: A. piazza will be _closed to votesat I Where is the best place to kiss? 1. Anyone wishing to retire before and many valuable ideas are brought : ;

:Cdnced depths of the forest, if only) he 7:30: p. m., Tuesday, August 2. Any place you can. 1 a. m. must get permissionfrom to light. '

7qM! a superior article, the woilJr The prize will be left somewhat up the committee. At last week's meeting Professor ,

r make a beaten track to his to the taste of the winner. It is" 2. Pajamas are in order. Night Cawthon presented a plea and a plan ; t

\ eave an examPle of'sucn hoped that 'a larger prize than the : shirts will not be tolerated. The for better cooperation between teach

:81fuqtion. on the campus here this last one will be within the resourcesof THE COLLEGEINN : committee wishes to maintain a ers at large and the Florida Educational :

eu0W'student'nilfler.: Our versatile and talented the Alligator to present to the strict standard of decency at all Association. The club pledged ;

..ents' ,whose former, achieve- winner. times. itself to have every teacher in the ;

Ad University are too many Below is the ballot. No ballot accepted -: You will FindA Section 7-Clothes state enroll and pay the membershipfee f

varied to mention, has added anther unless signed by a bona fide 1. All wearing apparel must be regardless of attendance at the :

JadedB' feather to his already over- subscriber. If you have not your regular town in a tested at least once a month. If it meetings of the Association. In return f

cap of accomplishments. ballot handy, just write your candidates stands alone, it is dirty and must each such enrolled member is to ;

. .in l Bivens is now a qualified name, followed by your own house at the be washed before the close of the receive a full copy of the proceedings. '

e ttre d'hot and restauranteur. name, on a slip of paper and drop summer session. It is believed that many would gladly i
C content 2. Darning socks is prohibited. the one dollar membership fee
e13! W'th' on ws I auithIch it-in the box. pay i
- College Inn See section on profanity.If .
he gained last as and have the printed proceedings to :
year
of the student Popularity Ballot you like the Alligator pay your read, even though they do not feel! \,
th1 body, an !'
, e and track J. Ask for what you subscription and tell others. If youdon't. able to spend the railroad fare and
t1PSS ,man of the first i
keep the thought to yourself.
other attend the
h manage of the University Car- Candidate ___---4------ expense money to
" Note: Professors and Deans of !
meetings. f
if notel1d In many other lines a man ,yantve generally
CaCans BU! has taken charge of the Subscriber _-.- .:..--...-..--._.._.._-- departments may secure the right to This would keep the teachers in ?
r ..s cafeteria. have it. .- adapt these rules to their own offices touch with the efforts of the State t
! It by applying to the Alligator for
"a modest Remember aU'vot"es must be in'before Association and would give the as. -

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f F. -- CURL Dippy dictionary definitions. "Gall"

f" + + + + + + + '. + + + + + + + + + + + + + THAT SAUCY -the word that comes after "You-
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:. ++ SOCIETY AND CLUBS : That little curl of dark brown hair I gottalotta;" "Gass"-the usual in- You needMUSICI. }

+ Which hovers near her cheek, gredient of chapel speeches; "Goggles" -

: + Marjorie and Naomi Moffitt + Will dance about most everywhere, -campus substitute for an intellectual -

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Mischievous as a freak. mug. !

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ALLIGATOR STAFF HASWATERMELON Wombe, which was most delightfully Once when our heads were closely First l\Iadamoisel1e-Does she paint But you want they

; .,-,' PARTY rendered. bent such as only theVICTROLA
t. .. number after num- her eyebrows?
Then followed O'er photographs she had,
the Alligatorstaff Second-No that is where she
Last Friday evening ;
dialoguesand
festival in ber of humorous readings, That little curl not quite content
gave a watermelon songs, which showed a wonderful mad. draws the line.PINKOSON.
ear as
Romped on my
the incoming business man-
honor of skill and most excellent dramatic
? ager, Mr. Wright Harp. The scene of the actors. The '
the
part
ability on cheek
of the merry party was the Alligator black-face parts were played by Then quickly leaped across my can give. The won'tgreatest
HalL Two of the Into my mouth, uncouthTo BEAUTY 2
t office in Language :Messrs. Bishop, Mahn and Bivins, and artists j_
staff had motored out the Newberry :Misses Dorothy Kraft and Mary Sei- prove it was not really weak, PARLOR with the Victor tQ1.
road in the afternoon and returned It caught about my tooth.
< beL As usual, they did themselves panyin your guarantee
Ave.
609 W. University
filled with watermelons -
Ford tonneau
with
a credit in the performance. of .
f fresh from the vines. On I I That saucy curl's still on her cheek, quality.It
The members of the cast were:
their return the luscious beautieswere But things are not the same, \ Marcel Wave, Shampooing
Messrs. Bill Bivins, R. W. Mahn, G.
transferred to an enormous sink For now we never stop.to speak- Massaging is our duty to rsikefe
and Misses
L. Bishop and Leon Gray
in the printing office and the water Ruth Cone, Sue Womble, Mildred She thinks that I'm to blame.J. Violet Ray free with all treatment. easy for you to oval

E turned on. By the time the melons Sample, Margueriate Shriver, Annie D. W. Hair Bobbed and Singed 'II Victrola. Let us tell pa
were cool the guests had arrived. something about our Jerovice
Laurie Summers, Mary Seibel and
r. With the exception of two members Kraft. orchestra whoso THE GENESIS OF THE CAMPUS I Plane 517-J for appointments and convenient ten*
The
who could not be found, the entire Dorothy i I of payment.
consisted of
assisted them
ably
staff was present, also a half a dozen 1. In the beginning she created I
Mar. George Reed, Misses Dorothy -- -- -
guests of honor. The chaperone, for Holden and Mary Parsons, and Mrs. curiosity and desire. I | See I II
the party lasted late, was Mrs. Harp. GAINESVILLE
Robert Edmistson. 2. 'And the desire was without',
} At the cutting of the first monster ( Vidal Drug: Company II t .
the all the form, and void; and distrust was upon -
Finally, to regret of ,
< melon Toastmaster Carleton called For Drugs, Stationery, Toilet I FURNITURE
the face of desire. And her t
my t
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t on Mr. Harp for a few remarks. :Mr. performance came to an end. The Articles, Candies I '
audience stood to the singing of spirit moved upon the face of my COMPANY
I Harp, incited by the tumultous ap- up I Souvenir Cards Waterman Pens I
plause of those present, rose to the "Dixie" and the "Orange and Blue.* desire. -.. ,
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3. And she said, Let there be aspiration -,
.,. occasion with true Gator spirit and Then came the second. part of the
and there was aspiration. __ ...
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; well-chosen program-motion of the
wit in a few phrases.The pictures
guests then settled down to the health crusade, which were both in- 4. And she saw the aspiration' I DRINK j L
and it was good and she divided the
serious business of the evening, to- structive and entertaining.When ; .
,' aspiration from the distrust. t COCA-COLA tiI
; wit, getting outside of as much melon the meeting broke up the
5. And she called the aspirationLove
as possible. Between bites different members of Peabody went away with I i iI
J and the distrust hate. And I ORANGE CRUSH II IIt
members of the staff were heard the feeling that the program committee ..
there I
the
was loving and hating,
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r from, and the speech making was of had outdone itself that night in AND

( ;} the most eloquent order. )reparing a program. We are hoping first'day. -J. D. W. t I CHERRY SMASH t t --
t The party started out to be a wa- for another one of the same high J. S. BODIFORD

termelon party, pure and simple, but'I calibre next Thursday evening. I IN BOTTLES t and
The that the Wset Flori-
reason
one of the guests, Mr. James Garren, t
GAINESVILLE
dians don't want to join Alabama is COCA-COLA''
COMPANYDRUGGISTS
"
a former navy man and one of our
You tellum, morphine, you. got the I because there is
'I : valued contributors, seemed to thinK dope. alleged to be much L I BOTTLING CO.
malaria in Alabama..
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/ the occasion warranted something I -
I further. So with true sailor lavish-

r ness and disregard for expense, Mr. ; =- -, m.f. r r.m=Gainesville's
r *a Foremost Shopping Center sw "' '': ; :;;;:=:
Garren added ice cream and cake to
; I
I the menu for the ladies and the [

choicest of smokes for the men.

With feast of reason and flow of f.1 i
i soul, with fun fast and furious the ua. .y

t 1 t party continued until all hands Special

1 agreed that more was a physical impossibility -

'f and Hawkshaw an imminent i- t GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

t possibility, although had it been j
:. desired the party could have continued -

longer, as campus rules were l t tf VALUES
Plus JULY SALES
VALUES !
:
Crowds
f null and void that night, for the Bring
J ligator party had special AI-I ,

? from the powers that be.

;, Another Alligator party will be 1 Vast Exhibit of ,

held before the summer session isI J i Silk Sweaters
Waists I
over.
I} Wool SweatersRegular
f All sizes. Best styles. ..x i= ; ,
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PEABODY GIVES LIVELY
PROGRAM '
Of Batiste and Voile't } price :15.00 .

I of the better grade. : and $18.95. Everyone .

1, iJ J. IL Wells, Club Reporter Regular prices are 1.50 / 1 an exceptional l bargain

f Last Thursday evening the University I andPriced low. : a! t and ideal foV the

.1 of Florida Minstrels delight- I b r n trip.

I,I fully entertained the Peabody Club i SPECIAL PRICE 7 v .S y ),J r. y. t
SPECIAL
,
with
a minstrel show. It was pre-

.sented before a packed house, bear- I L05 cA
'
I ing witness to the popularity of the : 9.95A

performers.From t I


I in a the continuous end the of time the roar they show or marched the applause.house in was until It- I, (Qraed( Display of Hnglhi Grade (OSO giliim! IF nx: '


was opened by a solo by :Miss Suet Sold regularly at 8.95. The better grade of smartly tailored gingham dresses. Sold at less
than
_cos Less than cost f making. Fine French Ginghams, in checks and.s 1ids
-- trimmed with
white I
organdIes. .. ,; 5 5 5

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d" i Voile and Gingham Frocks
ij j Raincoats on Sale

\I t An extensive array of new gingham dresses, priced at 3.08

: and a clear-up lot of voile frocks that are priced amazingly All Kenyon Coats, the standard by which all others are

1 I"t this price. This is an offer seldom equalled. Come measured. Snappy styles, conserative style; with && .

: : i early. Visit the second floor on your shopping tour. without belts. !-1

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m CENT OFF

i( DISABLEDSHOES !

Every Student Receives Here tile Best at the Lowest Prices


II t Always a Wash Skirt is Needed A large stock of dashing models for you. Shown in wash satins, gaber-

Have them Repaired by It dine and poplins. All white; newer styles and best workmanship.

Modern\ Methods before : AllS.50 O.Uy 4.29
and
9.00 Wash SkirtsQuantities 3.95
; All
5.50
and 7.95 Wash Skirts
All 4.50 and 5.00 Wash Skirts
they get too bad and thus L-! .
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save the price of a new pair I.e I.il -

Good Lisle Hose Sturdy Middies Greet You


I The very best in lisle hose. Hose from famous: The campus your studies require a good

CHESNUT'SSouth makers. You will secure comfort and longevity '" middy, if for nothing else, economy's sake. Mar-

of wear from these hose. In dark browns, black Hof and Nayti ee middies are best and are priced .
1 and white. unusually low. All our 2J25 middies can be had
Especially low
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priced at. :35c; 50c; at much lower
Side Square 75c to 1.23. now prices. f *7A

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!fi + + she would give him the freezing once Next Door to .

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TilE TALE OF THE SHIMASHY gained the rep of being a crab and t I .
I WOBBLER AND THE NINETY the original frost, but she made a t LYRIC THEATRE
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cent.Marie
OXFORDS -t I An Up-to-date Yersion of the Wise meanwhile invented new I FridayMale r ,

t und Foolish Virgins ways to jazz step and became queenof t and Fern*!*-A ,......
Hitherto I have confined my remarks the Tickle-Toe tribe On aceount I t i f

; -. to the males on the campus, of her low scholastic standing she t Saturday- ;_ t
i. : but for the sake of giving you fel- was often invited to join the Flunk- r"Desperate
Priced Low I t '
i : <-' : Id lows a change and time to recover, er's Exodus, but whenever the Dean Gladys Walter in tL \
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:r -' I dedicate this tale to those of the mentioned this, she wept so bitterly I
i So You'll Buy J I fair sex who infest the premises dur- that he had to relent grid she stayedon. V I V
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.. ing the summer term. (
, More Than One Pair. -.I This little fable is said to be based Then came the Last Day. Agnes ---- ------- t
l 4 on an incident of the last summer I received several: certificates gooa any-
schooL I where in the state for forty shekelsa
Baird Hardware Co.
1
month minus board. :M;arie received -
it
And
came to pass that in the i
sixth month of the year, on the sixteenth -'I the official bounce. She sought SPORTING GOODS
solace across the road at the danee.
day of the month, that Two
; BOWERS SHOE STORE Sweet Young Things came to the city II A millionaire tin can tourist stop- I KodaksCutlery
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{ piing for a dope was so entranced by
that the professors do inhabit. Each I
the sight of Marie making two stepgrow *
was blessed with an equal amount of
: i I East; Main Street, South the three B's essential to a Jan'es where but one was before, that
he asked her for a dance. This_was Phone 7 Gainesville Fla.
success, viz., Brains, Beauty and ,
I Ir followed by ride.
a moonlight
Bull, which is to say, they were each Satisfaction Guaranteed
Trust Marie to do the rest. Her
_r quick on the trigger, and could kid
--"'-- :: :- I 1 :ITCOODY'S motto was, "The Proper Study of South Side Square
a half a dozen fellows at the same
Woman is Man.. She had ..
followedthis
time into believing that each yeas the ,
motto all her life. "
She now!
one and only Sweet Patootie on the I
cashed in her experience and did a
vine- thorough job. S HOE S t "
V CAFETERIA They each had an equal quantityof i Marie now rides in her own limo- J

hair, eyes, assorted dimples, etc., sine and has a winter home at Nice.
t and V which made either one as. easy to look Agnes is still showing the rural H B. M. TENCH H '
t
fh at as the other. They could each i young hopeful how to read and dean -
DINING ROOM hand out a line of vocal gush capa- its teeth. 0 Gainesville, 0 r{ '
ble of causing the sirens of Greek- Moral: Summer scholar and some

i V V "Is Fit for a King' Myth to go out of business. are not. l E' Florida E t
Marie specialized on the baby stare .
and the goo-goo style, "Oh, aren't ODD THINGS PICKED UP \
iV MEALS AT ALL HOURS you wonderful" stuff. I S II 0 E S

Agnes played the sympathetic Card in window near railroad station -r ,
. From 6:30 a. m. to 8:30p.m. comrade and understanding friendship : "Your Suit Pressed Between I
tune, but both got there and it Trains." Not our suit, if we know it. '

was always even money which. would From a newspaper report: "After
f The very best of foods well cooked come under the wire first. the gambler was shot, two acres were -

l Pastry's and Foods all .Home Cooked When these two destroyers of masculine found concealed in his sleeve." Some
II appetites arrived at the regis- sleeve, that! NORAH '
Special Rate on Meal Tickets trar's office, Marie spoke unto Agnes From the South Wales Echo: "Mrs.

and said, "I will take a Crip Course Polwarth celebrated her one.hun-

CHICKEN .DINNERS SUNDAY \WEDNESDAY and enjoy Life dredth birthday yesterday. She was
Agnes answered her and said, "I visited by her twin sister, aged 96."

will! Bone and Flee the temptation to 1 Sign in Vancouver: "Tbi> restaurant ART
108 East Main Street, North. One Block from Square waste the Golden Moments in Idle j will open soon with private
Dalliance." So straightway Marie rooms for ladies with marble fit and
stepped forth and registered for the tings." Ladies with marble heart
I Minimum. Agnes sat down and take notice." GIFT SHOPWe

- - : wrote, signing the articles for twen From a woman's paper: "She worea '
r r---- ty-seven hours and forthwith began black velvet hat trimmed with mole {

I DROP IN I to burn the midnight oil feathers." An agreeable change in will make a demonstration ;-
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t hat trimmings from for primary grades and
In class Marie picked out the most the common fur
I s likely looking gent and found many of the pheasant. Art work especially to the I
STOCK
OTTO F. knotty questions in the lesson for his Card in English sfeop: "In eider students. Be sure to come !
:I r massive brain to solve. She admired to have a good supply-of fresh meat "' ,
TAILR' masculine intellect for the manufacture of ,
k t aloud his superior our pies we
I I VI V .. thus vamping the poor fish till kill half a cow every week.' Have c

"' Pressing I'r he asked her to dance ,at a certain they no S. P. C. A. over there?
I Alteration Cleaning I Maker of
I I t : Den of Infamy across the road. r
1 I Phone 354 Gainesville, Florida I Agnes also had admirers, but she You te'lum Rope, you've got the PICTURE FRM- } S I
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I sistance, those thing, tfiat, in common schemes are in the making wherebya ----

11 +t FLORIDA ALLIGATOR with other states, contribute to plan of nothing to do till tomorrow I j. w. arcoLLUM & co. Gainesville Fruit Store :

be ,worked out eventually.
advancement, as in might DRUGGISTSTHE t
MUMMRIt SCHOOL i:11IT111N our welfare and AH Kinds of Fruit .
; J. Errant Willett. .... ..EdMor-in-Chlef The editor wishes to his
agricultureand express STORE
II t. Boyd Carleton ... .._...Managing Editor education, road buHding, REXALL Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacew
l" A. W. Harp ....,...-.... UuBlnesa Manager in many other departments of heartiest thanks to those members of Agents for t -Soft Drinks
: O. B Himmons.....Circulation ManajjerVllen
.1 r "1'4 1 w t.; Hethcox ............-...........Joke Editor activity.It the Alligator staff and Peabobdy Club Liggetts and Norris Candies t First Class Service
-.JJ Marjorie Mortltt .... Editor who have rallied around to shoot
1 J.; Noml itoffltt ...- SoCJftf Club Editor is a mistake to think that we are Gainesville Fla. : A 104 West Main St., North;
: Ira McAlpin ...............-... Sporting Editor independent of Washington. Just one things over this week. What we !..------
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'.,. Ii I Edward B. King Exchange traitor: would have done without Mr. Peaden
I HIM'OKTimSi! illustration. Until quite recently cer-
'It Cecil II. Nichols Fannie Hudgins idea and Mr. Sweeney, whose stalwart FLORIDA BARBER SHOP
Teresa Murphy, Joseph D. Wheeler tain people of Florida had an
If fl i' 9 Official publication of Student Body that they need do nothing to help muscles and nimble brains are ever .. For Students and Others .. SPEEDIES PLACE
of Summer School. University of active"in behalf of the insti-
;.l' Florida. Office in room 34, basement eradicate the cattle tick from the'state campus Shaves 20c. Haircuts 35c.
Language Hall. tutions. What would have done
1 Address all communications to A.W. ; in fact, they opposed and fought we is headquarters for
J' Harp. University Station. Florida. tick eradication, and are still doingso without Mr.-Wells and Mr. Wheeler, West Side Square Gainesville University StudentsService
t injury our two star reporters, and Mr. King,
the harm and
'e Entered at Gainesville. Fla.. post- very much to
office as second class mall matter. of Florida. Recently, however, our exchange editor and general util- __ ____ 4If and SanitationGo

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I L Inch. their cattleto without these men is beyond the power -
for permission to move I tt Soft Drinks Candi
FLORIDA IN points without the state. Washington of the most far-reaching conjecture f| Everything in Groceries .
WASHINGTON
said no, said it emphatically; to assert. The editor also wishes i t :For Goodness Sake Drink ;: ,f Ice Cream The Velvet Khd

I said, we sent our best qualified men, to thank those who should have hand
DORSEY'S DELIGHT COFFEE Tobaccos and Cigarettes
That
seems almost impossible, that |
'. spent liberally of the nation's money, ed in copy, but didnt. He is gratefulfor I I ,
: Florida should be Washington, but to help you eradicate the tick afflic- their good intentions, and anyway, e.--- o osss. -

it is so. Many of us, way down here tion; you resisted us, we have with- why should he bless them out? They

f in the projecting southern tip of the drawn; make the best of a bad and have troubles enough ahead of them.

: I great United States, sometimes are deplorable situation. Thus does it We all know what the temperature is DO BUSINESS WITH .

; i inclined to think Washington, the I come home that Florida is very muchin in. the locality which has the reputation FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK d'
.1 THE
J capital of the country, our capital, as Washington, not only in this par- of being paved with good- inten-

some far-away place from which we ticular instance, but in many others. tions. Resources Over $2,500,000

are separated by distance and inter- It is well to bear in mind at all

-, ests. But it is not so.Ve, of Flor- times that Florida is a part of the IDEAL SCHOOL HISTORIES

ida, arc as near Washington as is nation, that her interests are inter j WffiiMffiffiffiffiffififfiKM'f 'i 3tlh.Filfi i fltitfi tt'l fltilt1 'tt'I ililfttft ItFt l t t

Virginia or Maryland, states immedi- Agitation abounds, says the New 5
woven with those of other states, all]
York World, to "make American his- | THE PHIFER STATE BANK
ately adjacent to the District of Co- part of a great whole, the general] I
lumbia. True measured I tory safe for Americans.'* This is I
/ by miles, government of all centering in and
Florida is not as near Washington radiating out from Washington. j throwing into the popular phrase the I tFl Strong, Safe and Accommodating '

:. as many other states; measured by TimesUnion.We "dissatisfaction which is expressed in ffiffiKKffiffiffiffilfiffira

governmental interest we of this many quarters at the character of instruction
fail
to reailize the
I greatnessof in ------- ---
; state are as near Washington as American history which -------
this state of ours until it is quite
is I
,I any other, in fact, Florida is in Washington I contained in school books." TheY I
forcibly brought to our minds b PHIFER BROS. DEPARTMENT STORE
World is not rabid It ,
just the same as every other and notes that so
some outside comment. There
..: state in the United States. are far American history "seems to have I Agent For

;. Florida is in Washington by inter- when times it in thinks the history that it of is every more state im pretty well survived any assaults, L I I Florsheim Shoes 1
open or covert, which
cat. and by representation. We of than have .been made
portant the national
govern it." _____
Florida are interested in Washington upon _____
ment. The illustration of the cattle
t; not so much as a city that is both tick eradication shows this, plainly. "Admittedly the school histories I

rl .' beautiful and prominent, as by rea I supplied to nails of a former generation -
.: son of the fact thatj( it is the seat of We. must think.. of our government when reread by students of an Popular Goods at Popular Prices at
'I not as a centralized government, but
the national government in and of as federal older growth appear to fall short of I
a government with
\i which we are a distinct part. Being tain cer thoroughness and impartial treat- BURKHIM'S
I the place where are enacted the laws powers handed up by the states. ment.

J I f applying to the country as a whole We are represented Washington "But who is to write
by men who have the school
the interest
of this
; and where are administered, mainly, great state at heart. If the national history that will satisfy everybody? .. .. .......... .
: : the governmental affairs, it is but Is the .
task to be
I' entrusted to
government offers
some
to
.
natural that help us, as in i
I we should be interested the tick eradication, we must gladly] historian of eminence in a larger fieldto
in
'! Washington and i AMERICAN
Washington
,:' and our welfare in us accept, for by co-operation betweenthe prepare a summary for school use, SHOE REPAIR COMPANY
as being affected
I by or is the choice
state and national of the text-book to

I national those laws affairs and the of which administration of reap the greatest benefit government to our state.we be left, as of old, to the judgment of | AND SHINE PARLOR
have
we a local school boards? Would
a history
H large ticipate.share in and in which we par- AN EXPLANATION certified by a Republican Congress 0 O, Geo. Tampas and Louis Eliades
Proprietors
TO OUR READERS possibly satisfy Democratic parents? I &

7O..nnnda"t More than__ _that____,_we_ are_ _directly___ and "A perfect compendium of American 115 West Main Street North Phone 139
&""&IUU"IU Y n presentCd The managing editor wishes to
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history for school pupils .
accept-

i ton.States The is as President much our of president the United as he apologize Alligator for this the week shortcomings and offer an of the ex able to their as elders is about as unattainable ..... ...............++H

is the president of any state; he is planation for the same. Our busi very disagreement perpetual motion. The
of
opinion over the
the chief executive of the United ness manager is forced to be absent merits of those in use indicates that SPORTING GOODSTennis

States as a whole. Departments of this week, so his share of the work at least they effect the

I government are equally ours. And has been taken on by the managing I' inculcating good Americanism.purpose" of Rackets' Lawn Tennis

-; in Congress we are directly represented editor. This forces him to slight some I' Hardware of all Kinds

by duly elected men, selected of his own work on the copy and he WARNING

by ,us from among the citizens of feels that in all probability there See Us

t Florida. In the two senators, as are, journalistically speaking, many Oh, Billy was a osldier boy, quite THE

many as has any other state, and in i things done which ought not to have gallant, true and brave, THOMAS COMPANYPhone

four members of the House from the been done, and many things left un He crossed the waters just to fight 22

state of Florida, we have voice and done which should have been done.. against the German slave. WEST SIDE OF SQUARElike I
vote in the national 'Twas there he met a lass
-law-making body. All that the pretty a
managing editor has ___ .,
1.+.+1
They are the representatives in }.,...."t f... '" \. :_J__ _n_ ... u "'e InaJa ot r-rance,
4 .v uu, ;
Washington of the state and the peo- of the nine U.IUCSWlung or ten thousand over;words half And won her by his clever "gab," a wilting rose, AGRICULTURAL -

ple of Florida, sent there especially of copy which the 'Gator contains Then which held her in a trance. Although she changed her clumsy PROJECTS ,

to look after and protect our' interests and the when the war was finally over, -
getting rOt in shape, was to togs for silk and satin clothes. What
Thus, and he was homeward bound are so many young people+
particularly, is Florida attend to all the ,
advertisers downtown And with
Washington.. write ads He learned he could not break the her haggard looks there cultivating in the horticultural department -

It is collect money, clean ties which round him grew a temper more than mild, down beyond the bet
wrong to imagine that because out the office, help address and deliver she, had
wound. And then,at last house?
it
quite
Washington is hundreds of the papers. In addition to this grew strong,
he is
miles distant So lo, he brought her back poor Billy was most wild Why,
from Florida we are out responsible for the Peabody Club with him, two-lips on affections.
of touch, that we are not concerned gram, rehearsing in two plays pro and to be his wedded wife, And now he ,its the whole day thru

with what goes on there or that i carrying the regulation eighteen For truly he had thought of her as i and tries to calm his wife, How many bachelors are there .

Washington is not taking any interest hours class work. his great joy of life. But she has now become a shrew the campus?

in us. Emphatically and positively The editor feels that he would have But, ah, she could not speak a word whose tongue is like a knife.J. The "old 'maids" want to know.
of English '
r this is not the case. Washington had which was right, (
time to attend to all this thor And when she D. W. Kindly send your name in to "
may be designated as the na- oughly, but for the fact that he i is she went with him about, Alligator.)
tional head, the states the membersof hampered by two always looked a fright, What is the best
pernicious habits In wooden course in the
,
the national body politic. Hence shoes and burlap skirt Summer I
acquired in his early School? How is
youth, namely, and all those it some fellows have twf
as are the states will be clumsy togs
so the The
Ability eating and discourse
sleeping. the girls
These two fact That on campus. and others
might
have none?
of the head to function done her all
properly.We stand in his but so well What! Why?
way,
you know the in Lorainne Somebody has .
contribute our full share to the force of habit. If this with the frogs. It always takes in to make up far
somebody's best slow
nation's state of af But lo, the final ones.
life-blood, its finances for the fairs continues another string was broke, girl. '
week when
ed
carrying on of government and, m itor has worked ye prohibition fine

turn, receive from the national government he may shave with out a plan hand whereby Refused her of her daily sip of Benedictine What's the sweetest Why 'should a girl smile at tM
note
I one and eat to a girl's
in wine. College Inn
money and material as- his breakfast with the ear? ?
other. Other And day by day she faded fast, just The "honk" of Easy. So some "boob" will nn auto horn.
-- the hint
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but why so domineering? 111 West University Ave.s oES !x H j
'Vke Faculty so cruel! Next Door to Busy Bazaar '

.uptake this "teacher-rearing" I .
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like her knee-high dresses? ++ + + + 'y' + + + + 'peared to me, maybe physical in- w IIO'S .AVHO ON THE CAMPUS THE PURPOSE AND THE USE : ':}
tbey + structor, or somethin' like : '
about bobbed hair? that. He VARY > ]
laugh
+ OBEDIAH OUT
OF
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praise the tresses wus pretty weJJ built. Talk about a Who can stay on the campus after f
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they ever STICKS. + man bein' practical. Ah reckon that nine? Hawkshaw. understat-
the gIS who dress with care! + + 1tJr. The campus, as we i '
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man more about the most Who can flirt with two girls at who would ,
(By Tohretaw) *. practical was laid out for those
subject
nark her down in lessons + in the world, what once? Hawkshaw.
they + Ah mean, human nature, than make it their purpose to "camp on
win not try to cheat? any Who cant' keepjthe gnats out of '
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hen man in Alachua county, mebbe, in all the trail of Dame Knowledge while :
just gfter saying "blessings"t5e + + + + + + + + + + his eyes? IIawks_ w. s "
North Florida. Or if you wus to the pursuit of wisdom. It seems :
? on
eat
she can
] door so Who doesnt' have to have J
Shut OBADIAH GETS WISE TO go outside of the United States, Ah"dont' a chaperone by observation, this summer to be i
? Hawkshaw.Who .
her down to begging'To v. CLASS-ROOM PROCEDURE reckon even in Georgia you used as a place to "camp on-the trail"of
they ti4 rules" could find his equal on the subject. doesn't have to jump when he some young lady while "Kid" Cu- ;

| escapt the silly"baby little "leggings"; ; Wal, suh, Ah sure have had occa- lIe jest stands up there and outlinesthe I hears a sneeze? ,Hawkshaw.Who 'pid is in clOse pursuit. r i\
base come I sion to change ideas concerninga human brain on the board an' isn't jealous of his rivals?
,dress and act like fools? ma
Want to college edication sence Ah been up tells you why it is you're such a big. Hawkshaw? '
gray-haired worthy heah at this heah school. idiot as you are, an' he1 tries to tell Wljp is always on the job? Hawk 'Neath the silvery moon. 1 i
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said
-hobos how you can go about improvin' shave :
your- But there is no moon.
behold? Ah allus thought that ;
Just to a college
Is not good self in this respect, but Ah don't ; .:
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Who All the better,
has a place in girl's spoon. -
to kind absentminded every "
hft! why bind her up worry perfessor was a of abstract, know i
hit does "
'as much good. Hit'sa 4
| the "flippy kiddies' fold? sort of a cuss what had heart? Ha vkshaw. \ ,
In his haid so filled with culture and what's mighty difficult thing to improve Who doesn't get a tap on the Small boy at the zoo looking at_;" ;
already perfect an'
the most
'hen at last she's spent her earningsA knowledge and sich that they didn't of the class is close onto 100 shoulder when he stays too long to<< the zebra-That is an army mule. '
Certificate is gained- really know nothin', and lived sur-' cent in this per say "good night"? Hawkshaw.Who How do you know? I
respect:
hien she feels some real yearnings rounded by a sort o' halo of profound Look at Perfessor Hathaway what sees her last at night and Don't you see his service stripes?
have-been explained. meditation an' whiskers, while their I first in the morning? Hawkshaw. = ,t
[ When Degrees teaches r
English. They tell that
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wives attended to the real practical he's been here since the University Who gets the most "cussing"? If you haven't found a girl yet-
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put she finds that what she teaches business for them, such as feedin' begun agittin' Alumni. Hawkshaw.: 'get busy. ., ,I

font'worth what she has thought, 'em and wipin' the soup offen their (Alumni is one of the fust diseasesan

lid her credit never reaches whiskers and rdmindin them that 1 infant educational institution trits, .- -- .= :::;!!

What her pupil's work has brought., : this wuz the day they changed their and they don't seem to be no cure I i. I"--l

shirt and this wuz the month they yit. It always results chronic.)

Bo the little gray-haierd teacher took their bath. Why, Ah heard ofa Judgin' from that he must be kinder THE UNIVERSITY I BOOK STORE

Must endure the same old grind: perfessor once what left the house gittin' along in years, but to look .

,hough ambition should beseech her, I in the mornin' before his wife had at his face you'd think he wus jesta 1 ; :
It i? far beyond, her mind. I a chance to lok him over and whenhe boy dressed up in his paw's pants. :Easement Language Hall R r

r-J. D. W.* got to his class room there warn't Ah couldn't figure this out till one. i I
none of his scholars there. You see, '
day Ah went to his class. Do you .I
Editor's note; l..he :following is he had put his pants on hind side know what keeps that man young? New Line of University Jewelry and Stationery, I

resented for the benefit of, theknocker" before and when his scholars seen Hit's a sense of humor. That nan ( ,

: him comin' up the street they thoughtby could git a laugh out of a seven ; '.Large Assortment of ,Pennants, Freshman Caps I IJ
the looks his that he
of pants years defunct corpse. In fact, Ah
TO OUR FAITHFUL FACULTYWhy wus headed the other way and warn't he Books .
shouldn't be a bit surprised if Memory Etc. '
\ comin' to class that day. didn't sit up in the coffin at his own "I r
[ blame our faithful faculty ,'
: You see, Mister, Ah thought a per- funeral an' spring a gag on the t !
And criticise so cruel? 1: I j jV
fessor be- ..
sorter breed
'''us a cross preacher. Hit would be jest like him !
|They do not make the diff'cultyHere tween an Encyclopedia Brittanica an' to do'a thing like that fer a joke. \ Everything For the Student I j

at this Summer School. an advertisement for a pressin' club, He don't teach nuthin', at least hedon't '' 'i j
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show how clothes looked before appear to teach. He jest sits I, ,
They woo and talk and "pull" .for they had worked on 'em. Ah figured down or strolls around and' pulls I =___ __ .... .c:: rrJ.'N.: ._ k"-: 1 JI .

yoUl that if Ah could get a perfessor some comic remark and kids the gals I .. .

And will smooth "our.troubl o'er started answerin' some deep philo- along, till 'you laff fit to bust and

As they try with skill to do -,". sopical in class, that he would fer- you're sure sorry when the"bell rings, \\rTIi s ALACHUA i RESTAURANT AND CAFE 1'

For leven hundred more. git all about me bein' there and what but when hit Tomes to examinationtime ,

Ah wus there for, an' jest cast loose an' you open the book, yout find
The very rue that binds you down and meander along expressin': his you don't need the book a tall. Per- I For LSdies and Gentlemen .. t '

And seems to make your "sore," theories until the bell rung, an' Ah fessor Hathaway has mixed in his 1 t i it
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Is simply but the golden crown wouldn't have do nuthin' talk '
to cept teaching with his vaudeville and he'sso -
That Virtue's always wore. 'to ma gal and look at him in a sorter clever about hit that you never Depot I
t Half Block from Atlantic Coast Line 't'tt
intense interested tone of voice 'bout realized you wus* larnfn'' somethin'. -
The lording "prof" that "rubs it in" every five minutes. Coin' to school to him is 'like takin' t

And makes you work so hard, Vial, suh, tAh sure wus wrong. quinine in a sugar-coated capsule.You .
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breaking you of your great sin; These here perfessors they got hired git the good out.of hit, but hit i I

New take and conquer, "Pard". at the University this summer won'tanswer don't hurt goin' down. 1 4I 4II 4I
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And "pull" with them, ,my' friend; What Ah mean, they is sure onto UNIVERSITY ..

Start-keep On crowing yke the their jobs. Now take this heah bird; .

rooster Dean Norman. Of course, he is the 1. Blessed is the man that walk- -

That puts the night to end. foreman of the whole bunch an' nat- eth not ,in the counsels' of females,

uraljy Ah expected that he would be nor standeth in the way of the'ladies,
Just send back home a ,real crown, more like a perfessor than even a nor sitteth -in the seats by the wo- THERE IS GREAT SATISFACTION IN KNOWING -

A song of sweetest praise; t perfessor is, if you understand what men. THAT YOUR LAUNDRY WILL BE DONE .

I !.so Be University renown ':' Ah'm agittin' at, but no suh. Jelst 2. But his delight in the law ofwisdom RIGHT, ALSO THAT IT WILL BE 'IN THE ,
sung a thousand ways. you try to put somethin' over on that ; and on this law doth he
man in the class room. S'pose fer meditate day and night. HANDS OF PEOPLE WHO ARE CAREFUL,

Yes, stir that legislature man instance, you wus to ask him sum- And he shall be like a tree planted RELIABLE AND EXPERIENCED. THESE !

That's down there where-*you Jive, thin' that you thought would keep by the rivers of water, he learnethhis REQUIREMENTS ARE* ONLY A FEW OF THE !
And
get him wakened to the plan him chawin 'wind for a spell. Vial, lessons in season; his recitationsalso
That your support will give. suh, he'll answer your question an shall n wither, and whatsoever j ASSUURANCES THAT YOU HAVE WHEN

I more in about seven words, an' thenhe'll his knowledge it shall prosper. I YOU SEND OUR LAUNDRY US, BY OUR ,
,Oh, be a booster, be a backer, hand you one back that'll clean 4. The flirters are not so; but are I ;

I 1 Rise above the common herd, knock the intellectual gizzard: outer like. the chaff which the... wind driveth I TRUCKS. ,_ .

I Until at last you are a Cracker ;you, an' you'll wish that Jonah's away. ,- '
i I Ir wtih real praising words. whale wus somers around with his 5.. Therefore the flirter shall not WEAVER'SSTEAM LAUNDRY ,' !

I' that could havea stand in examinations; nor low J
mouth open, so you t
!Since all the faithful faculty place to crawl inter an' hid marks in the congregations, I.of the j

f .' Are pulling hard for you; Take for instance, Doctor Enwall. high marks. / -' I

f, Now boost them o'er the diff'culty; The fust time Ah spotted him, Ah 6. For: professors kno eth the

:f Be loyal, tried and true: didn't think he wus no perfessor a way of the student; but 'the way of I fI.

tall, specially perfessor of philosophyand I the loafer shall perish. !I.
1",. MESS HALL "GAGGS" psychology. He mighter been, -J. D. W. j "" :L't- l

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i Why serve gnats with b the food?

'- 1i1"Why t. should you help yourself Pair of Ladies'
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not talk more when eating?

Why Why don't nct miss the "dogs"a meal bark? ? Silk Hose (all colors) we will give !

Why i* Yates a good "specimen"?

,;\aft@.:';a JYhy r a ale don't the some plates girls always eat more cleaner? BUSY BAZAAR 113-115 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE. i

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Maketh the spirit They have never seemed able|
Mirth
"' BILL'S CAFETERIA HERE .iJt an entertainer. advance
,. YOU REALLY feast and good digestion waits on to organize effectively to
} IS WHERE EAT\\ the interestsof
both. Wereit their own interests and Electrical Supply
% '-- appetite and health upon afraidof educ tion. It is a strange fact Gainesville Co.A .
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( supposedly possessingas
teechers,
would that
dates mixed we
; I secluded from the public eye by towering getting our mental powers than
: : Shakespeare must have o>lg- high or higher
: ', w clumps of bamboo, and overshadowed I.say that while par- almost 2ffty other trade, business or COMPLETE ,LINE OF s
inated his famous saying
,: by its mighty neighbor, have been so slow to
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Cafeteria. ,
Bill's profession SUPPLIES
tak of snack at ELECTRICAL
: :.J t"r- the Y.: ,M. C. A. but none the less, for g a at the wisdom of t h. g.' "In .. "
)Mighty few kicks are registered grasp
1 fit;; : 1 :: the reason indicated above the campus Bill's place. Bill's-! air of exquisite i i union there is strength" "United we

.,_, 1- f. word has beaten a track to its courtesy as a host disarms the most' staficl, divided we fall" or "The house

'\'. t door. And they do not stop at the kickative.) (If there: is no such wordas that is divided against itself cannot ELECTRIC FANS AND IRONS
door. That would be a thing con- I
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trary to, the ingrained instinct of the Perhaps this i if' one reason why f _, .
In fact, there6 are few men on j
man Who could pause on the thresh- school
who can Approach .B ll when there are so many vacant '
campus Mazda Lights
Chandeliers
4 hold when his nostrils were being assailed land. Perhaps that is flashlights,
it comes to manners. Mr. Yeats of houses in the
by the savory odors from mechanicwho Delicately Tinted Shades
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the Mes' Hall is one of these We one reason why % garage
A'o wkbin2 Even if you were not very comparatively I / _
have ojj- several occasions observedMr. has spent but a 1
hungry when started
the
you appe- Yeats remonstrate with an of- short time learning his trade can
tizing odors emanating from Bill'scafeteria
I t would excite the involuntary fender against Mess Hall regulations. live better from a worldly point of We have everything in the Electric line ;
I Perhaps enter without view than the teacher.
man
a wjjjl! i
)10. t action of the4 salivary glands and you I .
leaving his cigar -outside. It is a Why do all county application ,
would hasten inside impelled by an .
;, treat to watch Mr. '?eats approach blanks for teachers have these sentences -
:; appetite similar in size to the thou-1
I' sand-dollar thirst which the Volstead the offender. With inborn tact and on them: "What salary do EAST3IAIN STREET, SOUTH
all the suavity of a southern gentleman you want" and immediately following
:i' Act has recently caused to increase.
t to the manor born, Mr. Yeats "What is the least you. will take"?
i Once inside you have your choice. will call attention to the fact that no They do this because they know lhat

it of sitting down at an immaculate smoking is allowed iJI)less Hall. A teachers are not organized into:&. nv -

'r. t table or wrapping your shin, bones man would throw away the best half effective association. They know
'around a good old-fashioned lunch New York Hatters and Fruit CoLowney's
of a fifteen-cent cigar with picture that they can play one teacher .
'; t' counter stool. From the bill of fare after being approached by Mr. Yeats against another. By this lackadaisical r
.i i '- you may choose from a variety of Candies Kept in (
on the subject. There. is a. certainwinning spirit and behmdthe-times bus- *
h:1: toothsome delicacies. Everything I Refrigerator Show Case
manner and gentle magne- ness methods teachers are, figuratively
'p ": Door to A. C. L.
from ham-and t'o pie a la node.' The e Next D'epot.J' .
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: tism about the way he does it that speaking, cutting each other's
.0. prices are likewise modest. Mr. Graham
causes protest.to be stifled before throats.In .
I t' with his usual generosity has ...
': being uttered. Courtesy certainlygoes all branches of endeavor, from --
: arranged so that the cafe is for
run
'". a long way toward making a the lowest to the highest, almost
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", the benefit of the students EVERSHARP PENCILS, PENCIL LEADS,
a
{ upon man, who deals with the without
public pop- exception, it has come to bea
co-operative basis. FOUNTAIN PENS, of the John Holland make
ular. recognized fact that only through
;; Your attention is drawn from the tPRINCIPALS
bill of fare to Bill of the lunch cooperation can a group hope to sur- Also the marvelous Dunn-Pen, the best self-filler ever nafcIn

\\1 ? counter. There he stands, handsome CLUB OF INTERESTTO vive. This is a fundamental biolog- our repair department we handle parts for Pencils.
j : and debonair, EVERY TEACHER icalprinciple.. It is those animals, Pens and look after repairs. If you have trouble with ht
; .. with an and hand ..I,
; eye
''i rt ;. ready to fulfill the slightest wish of man included, who have acted in mu- Wrist Watches or any other watch you. have? bring-it ton (I
his customers. (Continued from Page One) tual aid, that have best survived I
: With marvelous
speed
sociation the needed money to carryon Through the ages in the struggle for
and
# dexterity he juggles the dishes.It its work. The more membership.} existence. / L. C. SMITH :

\,: .. him is fill not an an order uncommon for a regular sight dinnerIL to see fees paid, the more efficient can the Some will say that teachers have South Side of Square i

with one hand, while he draws water work of the association be, and the higher ideals than this. Well, if thatis 1
rj :"" more ,and greater'the benefits to all
so, then they cartainly aim to be
or iced tea and t
!j t.- makes up a pie a la the teachers. .exclusive. ,
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q he is maintaining the time Every principal, every high schoolteacher conceded to be in the van, whenit practice by which they abide. Ministers the. land, that they must ei
a rapid fire of theE
'1 well-known Bivens Brand of Humor and every supervising teacher comes to living up to high ideals, who also*are generally given one wtih another, for the bat
4 and lightning repartee. You linger should attend the Wednesday night have certain agreements among the credit for following high ideals,' not only\.themselves, but a'sofcrfr

over your delicious meal while meetings in Peabody Hall. .the %elves regarding the remunera- have come to realize that if the pulpits sake, of the people.

mind is diverted by Bills' your One thing that teachers have always tion they will accept for their work are not to become vacant, as is
J, powers a'l.I' !:: lacked is the I
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