The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1922
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>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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,fEy ,.JIll'fIII.-;U-Ion of Of the,for F. man willow great is work.stick.look-' f I 0 r I_ d a Ai i lam 9 t O. .11. get Co-operation the Seminole is necessary out on time.to" _

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Mi ._ 1 FLORIDA "
V L': IVERSITY OF FLORID ------- ------ --aI __ __

10 1922 I I
* Or u___ ___ -_. _.. NO. 21
ftASTACOWO CAMP U. OF F. RIFLE '! ---- --- .
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and Stein Will
S t! to Overcome Opposition Attempt That FROM CHICAGO MEET FOR COUNTY TITLE

-) $jltf Raised for,F. S. W. C. Girls. f By Defeating North Carolina Has Won Over Florida in Past I I

; 'Gators Sport the Little University Two Years-Dixon Replaces Attended
jfcny! I I Team Took First by Stein. Meetings of the National Defeated WintHaven in Finals
Tags-High School Visitors Honors-Will Enter Inter- Eductaional Associationat J' 33-17 -
II Gare Generous Support. i I. Corps Matches. .. The inter-collegiate debate be- Educators Which Many Prominent I Places Second; Gainesville Haven

,'R i tween the University of Florida and Were Present.
, enthusiastic I The Rifle Team of the University Louisiana State University will take Third-Tampa Fourth-Zee-

Due to the support of of Florida won the final match I place tonight, Friday evening, March Dr. J. W. Norman and Dr. T Roe- t dyk, St. Pete. Scores 71 Points

its, faculty and visitors and the against North Carolina : 10, at 8 o'clock in the man returned last -
a ._--- ...- State Uni-t on! gymnasiumine ._ _L___ ...._ week from Chi- I
f!, splendid work of the committee and versuy; oy a score 01 844-774. This I' suoject is: "Kesolveji, That the va&u, nucic vucy tii.kci.ueu what was I In a close game Duval won the

tcgeth r the tag-day staged last Fri- match was fired from standing posi- Nations Recently Associated in the probably the most important meetingof 1'inter-county championship last Wednesday '
tion with the following World War Against the Central the National Educational Associa- night by
individual defeating Alachua
JIi the benefit of the F. S. C. W.neeation .
...' d dJ1 yfor I scores: Powers should affect a mutual can tion of this country, lasting from by 'a score of 13 to 9. Duval again '

: camp, "Flastacowo, net- J-A Osborne 91. cellation of war-debts to each other, Feb. 27 to March 2. 'The meetingswere played a jam-up guarding game,

ted,i33. Most of this sum was T L Vansickle 89. insofar as the debts were incurred in held at'the Congress Hotel, Flood and R. Simmons allowing the

. bated by students and faculty,con-I H M Salley87.. I the prosecuting of the World War."* and attendance numbered between Alachua boys very few shots.
g- tho the visitors to the State I* The visitors, taking the affirmative fifteen and Scotten
E M Schabinger 85. twenty thousand- from all was the chief point getter
BRO.AN jjj tournament generously responded W S Middleton 84. -, I will be Charles B. Gladney and Ray- parts of the country. for Alachua, scoring 7 points while

. lie spirit of the students in answering -I L T Pendarvis 84, mond C. Parker, while Florida in de- Some of the most prominent men Gunn and Ferris tied for scoring

to the call to contribute toward V M Bradshaw 82. fense of the negative, will be represented I of the educational world were on the honors for Duval, each man getting

ic much needed recreation camp for; D T Disbennett '82. by H. C. Johnson and.Maurice program, notably: 'Dr. Spalding,I two field goals and one foul throw.

NTSE fie Tallahassee girls was fine. Thee C R Hiatt 80. .' Stein. j,i I Dean of the Department of Education The intercountyclub tournament

$ .tags with their picturesque log- R C Trimble 80. Louisiana has a strong debating I at Yale; Dr. Hoffman president has been under way for some time,

aiaaa fluttered proudly over each Total 844. f I team this year. In addition to their l J!of Mennesota University.: ; Mr. Tigert, the counties being divided into two II

I > n't chest, 'for all were eager to i This match won for the 'Gator match with Florida they have challenged -i United States Commissioner of Education i I sections, the Orange and the Blue. I

marksmen the Universities of Oklahoma ] ; Dr. Kilpatrick, Dr. Briggs, Alachua won out in the Orange and
Wp.The trophy for the FourthCorps
"' I and Arkansas. They have defeated'II Dr. Baker and Duval in the Blue and this
members of the committee whoa Area. 'This trophy will Dr. Bagley of Co- game,
arrive Florida
for two successive years and !ilumbia' University played to decide the championship..
*& the tag-day,a success were Geo. soon. I and educa- ,
consequently interest as to the outcome !tional definitely gives the title
leaders to the
Saatey, Rambo Hart and Webb., Last week, also, the U. of F team is high. It state team. up
was planned originally *
IDA heat t 20 fellows .helped them in sellaftie shot the University of Missouri, In I That Ray Dixon would debate- !J The general trend of the meeting: j I Line-up: 1. 1 .

tags. Stanley, committee ':this match, likewise, the 'Gatbr team for Florida but he was suddenly called -!was toward more scientific reproach j I Alachua ((9)) Duval I
((1 )
tteman, raised over. ,$20 and came out 'victorious by a score ot, home to all problems educational, admin! ?
and Maurice Stein took his Brumby (2)) R.P. Ferris
( )
Xerna followed 'him a close second. 1673-1667. Each man shot 200 shots, place only last week. Both" Stein station' and methods of teaching. The Scotten, (7 L. {
U the tag-sellers and from four positions. The indi Bureau of Educational Research of (3)) M
turned in and Johnson have three JamesMathews
goodly years of j the Teacher's C Gunn ($) I
vidual follow i College, Columbia Uni-
oath its, and much credit is due to scores : intercollegiate debating to their J R G Flood
iIe&' T L Vansickel 181. J jversity, is planning a wide inresti-
; of ifcem. The credit, however, and Mathews, H G
money will befit are working I gallon; of school L. G. R. SimmosnATTENTION
systems in I'I'I
M Salev 173. every!
t to 'Tallahassee hard to gather in,the laurel-wreath f
.,..Ai.. s& as soon -as.-. pos- t W S Middleton 173. I for the Orange and Blue. According+j 1 state, and of all subjects in their :+ + + + + + + + + + .
J E M Schabinger 171. I curriculum R. J. Jones> .8tlperinI -
dd i to Johnson, it will be their earnest + SOPHO-
J A Osborne 168. }tendent of Schools in Cleveland, O *
t endeavor to make the '
i lOBif 1 f + ? true old adage j !I 0 RES. *
+ + + + + T Pendarvis I :acting as president of the
L 166. department -
f that a pitcher .4j '
to the well
f ,
I\\( < goes once : +
4. C R Hiatt 164. 1 ] is bending every effort toward'
.* I Itoo many times. j+ A special
$ | meeting of the +
'NOTICE. + V M Bradshaw bringing the plan into execution. {
162. Both teams"are fortunate + class is
'.1 *+ I in that called for Wednesday .+
.1i 4 '1 J v : + ,! D I Disbennett 160. the judges will be three men of keen The Department of College Teach- '* next. March 15, 'for the pur- +
Owing to the facfcrthat + R C Trimble 155. i and :er's Education is designing ideas and +i
insight judgement: H. D. Bakerof pose of laying plans for the +
l Y+ 4 >Practically* the entire staff of + r j Total 1673. Jacksonville, Col. Buford, the1!)methods to further an investigation i j+i .Annual Carnival. Peabody +

1 4 Alligator will be in Jack- + I 1_ The University, as a result of the j prominent attorney of Ocala, and .L.L i!of -educational problems relative ,+4 4t HaIl, 7:00 o'clock. +

'4 of 08riHe. ,JIonday and Tuesday + "victories over the other rifle teams, (Oterstreet, State Senator from Or- t to college teaching, and also a study
.4 pent week, the next issue + has been selected by the co-area com- lando. :of rural education systems. In con-
( *fll not come out until Sat- + mander the Fourth I j t Inection with this movement will l
. J 4 I to represent Corps Johnson and Stein will be out to em-
urday instead of Friday. + Area in the inter-corps matches that stop Louisiana's two-year winning.1 f brace a careful research and inquiry t DR. HUDSON SPOKE

11S + .1,.commenced March 8. streak tonight. They should receive\ I} relative to city school systems in j j't' '

.*. + + + The following fifteen men have been the enthusiastic support of a large cities of from 25,000 to 500,000 population IN CHAPEL CHINA

if!. selected to fire on this represents- 'part of the student body. | and up. This branch will take .

::1o SOPHS tive team: 'up the investigation in sections ac -
TO STAGEANNUALCARNIVAL C 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + + cording to size of the
R 0 Alderman, V M Bradshiw, population. On Wednesday, March jj, the chapel -
T Davies, 0 R Davis, D I Disbennett, + NEWS BRIEFS' + Another phase of the subject will be exercises were marked by a -
.,i'f i W M Harrison, C R Hiatt, (Capt).i + Florida debaters meet L. S. U. + an examination of supervised meth- interesting lecture given by Dr. Hud =

' i W S Middleton, J A Osborne, L T" + tonight. + ods of teaching in colleges and norm- son. Dr. Hudson has lived in China _

r. Pendarvis, S Piplsin, H M Salley E + Tag day for F. S. W. C. girls + al schools. for nearly twenty-eight years as a --

At a meeting in Peabody Hall 'VedJlesday ; M Schabinger, R C Trimble and T L II nets $133. + As an aid to this scientific trend", missionary for the Southern Presby _=- -

March 8, the Sophomore !class l ; )}I Vansickle. +, U. of F. professors attended + instances of measurements and teas, terian Church, and as such, is well '. _
"*""""- voted to undertake the i Suitable prizes wil be awarded to + meeting of National Educational + of spelling and handwriting scales, known both here and in the Orient.

banagement of the annual carnival :][: the teams making the(first, second, + Association. were brought forward; their adoption Having returned to the United =-
-'ich. will be staged during the High'and' third places in. these matches I fr Duval wins State basketball ti- was advocated on the assumption that States only about-seven months ago,

School track meet on April 7th and + tie in tournament_ held here. more accurate measurements of an he has a broad knowledge of the
::8tbA TUESDAY NIGHT. MARCH + Coach Kline starts spring foot- educational product may thus be China of today.

general: 17, PINELLAS VS. DUVALIn + ball practice. *I. made. His lecture was Concerned with
the Person manager was elected i in + Journalism class and Alligator An interesting feature of the meet- their queer country, emphasizing the

:t,ef the class of E. E. Jones, president the final game of the Blue series 5men will put out Tuesday *' ing was a plea for greater appreciation I fact that China was poor only on
who will make appoint- 'k of the _
Lets the Duval Cagers defeated the.Pinellas + edition of Metropolis. + old-fashioned teacher r account of her spiritual bankruptcy.

tee; ,,"hich chairmen of the commit- club team by thescore of '18 to 6. + Wrestling and boxing matches + made by one of the members, wherein J Many other details were added which
:. i will handle various
,h:anches of the the The team work of both sides was fr staged Monday. he said: "Let Us cease working tended to supplement the interest of

Ports undertaking ] very good but the superior guardingof + Dr. Hudson, noted Chinese the old-fashioned teacher by insisting this lecture on such a fascinating

'.".:th- by these committees! 9nv the Duval team was their winningfeature. + missionary, talked to stu- that she spend her leisure time |subject. ">
,.. oi procedure will be made dents. studying for the requirements o fl I
+ +
regular meeting of the Sopho- higher education." although the plea (Association was scarcely thant
Arthur more
mores Lineup: + Guy Empey of "Over + ,
ery on loyal Wednesday next, March- 15.be Pinellas (6))-Strum, McMullen, f; + the Top" renown, to be here ** ;was made in an ironical manrer: i I,a few hundred ,the growth in at- k _..-
bespeaks the
Soph. is expected to attitude which apostles i I tendanee j indicates remarkably well f fi t -
eseut. Gifford, c; Jackson, Campbell, g. + soon. +* of education have shown, superior J the _
increasing interest and
lIretorore Dixon for Jackson. fr Florida marksmen win chamfr *r i appreciad -
: ;
;; the management of the knowledge, accurate teaching, an j i tion of educational problems. A
vaJ has Duval ((18))-Ferris, Stanly, f; pionship of this corps area. i I particularly _
been in the hands ot faithfulness and love oft I i special attraction at the ,
&e meeting
48 Flood Simmons, + Duval County Club wins intern + I t
Club," but due to the factOf Gunn. c; g. (I their profession, than which no one the display of school equipment of
Duval was scheduled to play Union county series.Sophomore + could demand 1 I t
many the members haveor higher standards. 1 all kinds, an exhibition occupying -
f resigned, they have Monday night, but the Union lads + class to put on carnival + Considering that only"a very short ;[: three entire floors of the Liter = _

.J4 it necessary to hand the re- failed to show up and the game went + during track meet. + time ago the number of membersh Building:. which, Dr. Norman sa -

1poJ1ibiIity> to their former "victims' to, Duval by forfeit* 4.4.4. * * present at the National Educational serfs was an education in itself.11III -

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i I minute of play. Gainesville's I a score of 28-9 The Leon
tories in which Hillsboro, Gainesville a comfortable score, making fifteen last bon PIt
.: DUVAL WON STATE eliminated Wauchula Saturday morn- up a game fight but they
: I Wauchula and Winter Haven were points to Duval's nine. It was a were\.,
vanquished in order. wonderful come back and the losers ing 2318. The teams played neck against a team that gave them E&

HIGH SCHOOL BAS-- the finals deserve great credit. and neck throughout the game, the chance.
Gainesville into
I came b first half ending in a tie, 9 to 9. Displaying the greatest bunt
Gainesville took third place >
by victories from Wauchula and St. g
Four times during the second period speed seen in the tourney, tba
battle with the KW
1 KETBALLHONORS Petersburg, while Hillsboro attainedthe winning a pretty washed, but finally end- team went down to defeat
I. final round by its 28-9 defeat of Tampa boys 32 to 18. Only four I game St. Petersburg before the
__- Tallahassee. Gainesville men showed up at the ed in a victory for Gainesville. boys. The little l&
I whichSt. County players
Gaining a comanding lead worked all
beginning of play, but aroai:
j Duval won the State High School I Duval romped away with the Petersburg tried desperately to the basket but superior height
and used
good sport _
r, I 'f Basketball Championship Saturday championship by decisively whipping man played, the characteristic
; but four men against them. Tampa's overcome, but unsuccessfully, Gaines- one of the Said !
sight in the deciding contest of the i Winter Haven. The "Polkers" start- sportsmanship lost her ville eliminated the Pinellas loopstera that beat them. Miami led the:fiat

r ,. state tournament here by a 33-17 victory ed well but could not withstand. the third good place but won her many 47-35. Ludwig and Brumley were half 10-9.. During the second hat
{ over Winter Haven. Duval attack. ringing up long shots in the first the score was tied three times.
;1 Winter Haven, through its defeat Duval led Winter Haven 24 to 2 friends. ;ten minutes and had a lead of 20-4 Saints drew away from Muai Tit
: in the final game, received third honors -1'I at the end of the first period, due Too much credit cannot be given before the Saints started. At the the last five minutes, and Miami u
i'' 1 the fine team work and the indi- the Gainesville lads for their three I *&
1 for defeating Hillsboro, 32-18, end of the first period, Gainesvilleled eliminated.
tI while the Tampians took fourth vidual playing of Jones, Reed and victories in one day. Sara, McDowelland I Dnval
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I II I 30-14. At the beginning of the I won from Wauchula ia :
Parlor's main- tie
I ,: place I II Marshall The second half was a Brumley were Rex to within four points of their oppo- I semi-finals by the score of 34
I i1! Duval's fast quintet won the coveted i different story. Winter Haven came stays. Green showed up well for I nents. Then when they faltered for ,Taylor was kept smothered, and to t
; honors trimmed the Tigers for Tampa by making five points m the I, Via
with four straight vic I back and
ii.; : chula
i I I I a moment, Ludwig and Sarra caged never was dangerous tk :
: some baskets and gave Gainesvillethe I Hardee boys fought gamely, >feat Ik '
I' --I: game. Zeedyk played a wonder val was too strong. ;

,! ful game for the losers. I I Duval's players included Eeet '
.i IIi Winter Haven defeated Lake Cityin t Jones and Harris as forwards, Sm& .
I I a pretty game by the score of at center and Marshall, Brown taj
0 36-9 in the first game of the firs Lowenstein at guard.

f I annual high school basket ball, tournament Winter Haven had M. Bolaai f.
i for the championship of Florida Boland and Rice as forwards/lei
i last Thursday afternoon. Lake at center and Marshall and Hinder
I II I L City made most of her points on liter as guards.

II JI I t tI L I fouls, and lacked ability to shoe Gainesville players included !rum.
) foul goals in a "pinch." Lake City ley, Ludwig, and Watson at toward .

; I was clearly outclassed by Winter Sarra at center, and VSday,
Haven. House played a good game McDowell and Bishop at guard.
for Lake City Boland starred for Hillsboro had Walker, Honigoaa
..Winter Haven. and Green "
I f playing forward, Go=-
In the second game of the after- 'alez at center and Wegman, H&fe
Jt noon St Petersburg trounced Talla- and Frazier playing guard,
.. .. hassee 4320. 'The Saints obtained St. Petersburg boasted of Zees
a lead in the second half that was Flatterick and Nichols as forwtrfs,
t f i too great for the Tallahassee boys Pierce at Center andWhittaier OCT.

:to overcome.' penter and Randall at guard.
"::" '" The best game of the afternoon Wauchula's list of players focfcJ-

was between Gainesville and Daytonain ed the forwards, Taylor,and!Bes&a-
.. : which Gainesville won 30 to 15. land, the center, Mosley, the jtrfc,
It was a from Pearce and
scrap beginning tend o Thompson.
I the score being 12-10 for.Gainesville Miami had Prosser, Mcdare: ctf
:: at the end of the first TialZ. Megathlin as forwards, McDeaM> : !'
Here's For You !
In the second half Gainesville rah at center, and Worley, Dewey, II!

.' .. lied and succeeded in doubling the Tasserter, as guards.
score. Lake City's players were Fit&and
Fashion Park and Standard Clothing Co. ,In the first game of the evening House at forward, Wilson at ee>

Hillsboro put up a mighty battle I ter, and Tribble, Kenfore, and PB-
!against Duval for a short time, during lips at guard.Tallahassee.
Suits for Spring the second half played the Tigers had Hall, Hicks tad
: ._ ,- even, but the Tampa lads could not Parker as forwards, Ball at center
T And Only stand the grind and when Wegmanand and Parker, and Gramlin at guard.

$25 to $60 I Walker were banished on four Haytona's list of players iscteW
'- Pricedied1 personals, the Tigers trebled the Eubanks, Cameron, and Enball as k
I score. The gameness of the Tam- wards, Cherry at center, and KJe&
I panians and the passing of Duval, and Delany as guards.TOURNEY .
I ; is a poor selling argument, unless there is real quality to back it up.' I coupled with the fine work by Reed POINT STARS-

We've got the right-backing in these Fashiqn Park and Standard Clothing. I and Jones, featured the gainer The Player Team Pts. G. FG. '
-Company Suits. I final score was 36 to 12. Zeedyk, St Petersb'g71 21 2t t

S .... I.| In the final game of the evening Jones, Duval ______.58 29 0'
i f I|the Wauchula High School met the Reed, Duval ______.51 16 15 *
We're very proud that we can show you such: Suits at only $25 to $60 this Spring.: t heralded
1[ five from Miami and neat Ludwig. GainesvHe ....47 18 11 It
'. ly upset all dope by!trouncing them M Boland, Win. H'vn....44 15 1< *
;i.1 1922 latest models and patterns in Summer Woolens and Tropical Worsteds c I to the tune of 3515. The sensational Brnmley, Gainesvle ..38 19 0 I
| shooting of Taylor and the fast Walker, Hillsb'o __ ___37 Yl S i

I team work of the Miamians were Taylor, Wauchula ________35 12 11 I
I ; i it !the features of the game. I I Parker, Tallahassee _..32 9 14 J
: | In the. first game Friday morning ) ',.. and the hardest fought, Duval won \
t f.' -You will, find just the Hat that you personally prefer. ;_fi-:.,:: from the Gainesville quintet 30-15. I I TO A STRAW HAT."

l x 1-{ 1 Their moderate cost adds a great oj Getting a comfortable lead in the ByL.TP. -<
i r first period, the .
j satisfaction Tigers came bacx of
with less fight and the Gainesville Oh, lid of many summers! TOP [
warriors with more, and the second lice,
I r FROM MAKERS WHO ISSUE THE haf was nearly an even contest. Over the straw kingdom thou
k BEST IN STRAWS.' $2.50 to $8 i Hillsboro eliminated the Volusia an ace d'
Ii quintet by a score of 3115. Tampa Fame with the ladies thou won f

i ,.1 !i out-played Daytona throughout. Eu- once or twice;
S ; +'banks was guarded so closely that I owe thee all, for it could not,ba: i
r ;he was unable to keep his team i in been my face
j : FLANNEL TROUSERS running time and again the Tampa ;
; "
i forwards were open ,and erratic jl II Many's the times I've sat the
shooting was the only thing that another's head .
1 1 $8 to $12 kept the score down j 1 I More thru folly, but folly *** l

I; Winter Haven won her way into!I I f kiss you know; si
the finals by defeating St. Peters Then, mischieviously we'd pilled
burg-29 {o 23. The Saints seem we were wed;; .
dead the first bag, and Winter Haven But I won't explain-You rem _
Standard used the slump to double the how it used to go.
Clothing O.1 score against the Saints 18-9. In
the second half the r.WI
I Saints woke uand p I I Much fun under thy brim
in the last five minutes of play I torn

I 17-19: West Bay Street tallied 11 points and kept Winter I I've had; yea thou were my "be a
JACKSONVILLEIt "I Haven from counting but they had own pride. it
started too late and cro -
the game was And. even now when thy

Winter Haven's. I dirty, worn, i
Tallahassee eliminated Lake City ,And weather-beaten I hate to $
S 26-22, an extra period being neces thee aside. ;

Sf sary. R Parker's foul shooting I .
f .avej the game for Tallahassee. Why not share w..th sb,...
S Hillsboro defeated Tallahassee by b2wdest See Drissers. 36J Bw -

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: : I FIST AND MAT MEN o- ..$.-.<>+ _..... -. ... .- -. I

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.....I ; i' IN! GYM 1 THIS WEEK ... t .

- G "Good Enough"is _' ,,. -, .t.
II itur4aY-' j -
I Boxers and z .
Griffith inREPUTATION Put on not good: jenough 4
I I WIATS m lIatches.from Feather to .'
: WORTH? Heavyweight Class-Jim Wallace
: in Porter's'Fitfonn
J f Was One Victor-Raasch Clothes for young ,
a.l ly-l Toppled FAts Wuthrich. men and older men who want to stay f
II! Gladys Walton in ti \ (
PLAYING WITH FIRE i --=--- : young. In the tailoring of these sup- --' \
., On Monday, March 5, Rozier i
wonI '
Tieslay ? erbly styled garments the "easy way' +
t Wm. S. Hart in 1 I over Young, Jackson won over Wells % .!
". TESTING BLOCK | I Strong won over Hume, and Wyattan ;: makes way for the better way and ; !

:it Wednesday i| Wallace gained a victory over "How fine can they be made?" crowds ..
s: Chitty and Champlin in the boxing :
Mae :McAvoy in M out the \
usual '
1 manufacturing question
: .
matches. In ( -
VIRGINIA COURTSHIP fliarsday wrestling, Pomeroy defeated i : !
4ji4i1 fl Wyatt, Mathews won over 4."Ho wfast can they be made?" ,,' < -. .: \

.Ia .It.It Praline Frederick in & Harrison and Wuthrich was trounced '
.I by Roasch. 1
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- Friday | The opening boxing exhibition was WE EARNESTLY INVITE EVERYMAN
,i CA3IILLE between M. G. Young and R. C. Ro- OF TWENTY TO THREE I :
ia zier, the two featherweight d
aspir- :
.=- :..,!:;. ': ants. It was a well fought struggle,
both. combatants showing much ag- NEW SPRING THE % '

r:- gressiveness; Rozier was proclaimed : SUGGESTION STYLETHE PORTER '/>< f f :
victor alL
by a
t SPORTING GOODS Next followed a wrestling match
between Wyatt and S. Pomeroy. Thru- : GUARANTEE OF ,UNQUALIFIED PITFORM
I lout IdotliM Ca\bun 1t the match Pomeroy exhibited superiority QUALITY.
:' Football '
- Teams and good work. Altho Wy- .
! att put up strong resistence, Pome- .
Baseball BasketballQUALITYSERVICE I I roy, won within quite a brief time. t ... :, : ... .' t !j t The boxing bout between Wells and + :
.l Jackson was the next attraction, in : l' ,Everything Men and Boys "tw" > rS +
j which more feet and body .movement ',' .
than sparring took place.. Jackson <). :

'.1 Baird Hardware Co. gained the decision, evidently for his .... -- '
- r superior ability in shaking a wicked '
hoof and jazzing systematicallyaround ,

the ring. Both combatants ., '.- f
were on the defensive thruout the .1 '. ,
.. '. .
ii bout: >'.''' I
,8 H 0 E S A very close wrestling match was -. _
Corner Bay and Laura ,
that between J. C. Matthews and .
1 .
Harrison. The latter put up a bull-
H B. 1\1. TENCH: H '
headed resistence, and Matthews en- I. a 1
f i deavored vainly to down his shoulders 1

o Gainesville, 0 .- Matthews won the decision on
aggressiveness. t :...........,.............................:.:.:.:.:.:. I j jI

E Florida E The most attractive feature was I _. -
the heavyweight championship con-j+
between "Fats" in which the latter obtained the de- however, who showed superiority in day, by gaining a decided victory
S HOE S test Wuthrich in wrestling and Basalt The one who cision. At the same time, a boxing the wrestling game. J. L. Jacksonand !over his former conqueror.
bout between W. M. Davis and L. Torreto entertained the studentsat I -
out of three was
the best two
won 'Case was puled off. Both of these the same time with a snappy box I Francis
One bout took place and Parker-"Rat, wher.haft.
champion. ,boxers proved quick and alert. The ing bout, in which Jackson took the "
the remaining two were left for the: you been?
.. -, succeeding day. In this bout, Raasch decision was given to Davis. decision. I Rat-"Over at the Law College t.
The finals between Bowen and The second boxing contest between see a gentleman"
I NORAH II I came out victorious.During' the :heavyweight finaU Driggers were the next interesting the two light featherweights, Rozier F. P_ 'To see a gentleman

I entertained the students features. Driggers appears to be a and Young, proved the most interesting Rat-"No, sir; to see a lawyer."
j I Art and Gift Shop Hume and with Strong rapid fisticuff game. remarkably aggressive combatant.The as the young combatant, Young, r_ ....-
I I Pictures and Picture Frames 'f tIt. but decision was taken by Bowen. avenged his defeat of the preceding Patronize 'Gator adnrlla<<..
It excellency;
t ... ....... __ ..-. .... _4 Hume showed up
Strong gained the decision. .. -.- 1 1f
I Next was another swift boxing -(.n- 1i
J. W. M'COLLUM\ & CO. test between Chitty and Wyatt Cmt-: i

DRUGGISTSTHE ty has good footwork and remark-. -
REXALL STORE able defense. In the third round
Agents for however Wyatt gained rapidly upon

Llggetts: and Norris- CantUGaizem1le Fla.' decision.Chitty, and succeeded in carrying the THE BON TON"GAINESVILLE'S

Last, but not least, was the boxing
I- bout between Jim Wallace and Champlin -

in which Jim carried away the .
honors of the day. Altho Jim took POPULAR PLACE"Stationery -;

Office Graham Dentist Building I things asihhe proved too much for
Champlin, who nevertheless
Office Phone: Res. Phone: third
.-258-J 369-J round.storm, until the end of the Cigars Cigarettes and Tobacco. Hot and Cold Drinks !

.... The contests on Tuesday opened at 0
f 1IIi t ti ----- ,,I o'clock' with a boxing match between .
W. S. DORSEY & CO. J 7 ..
Jack Matthews and Pomeroy. Agents for the Martha Washington and Johnston Candiesjssss

I Everything in Groceries t J I The match held the spectators in sus- .
i I
II For Goodness Sake Drink f pense, !sand finally ended with a draw. .
Ii I DoRSEY'S DELIGHT COFFEE j A close wrestling contest between

.-...- ... __ .-. .... ..... 4 I F S. Smith and D. Leisher followed, f


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t ., '== I THE COLLEGE INN' 1RL _

Iij "A Town Within a House" ,


.i Tobaccos, Cold Drinks, Sandwiches, School Supplies, Pennants, Stationery, Toilet Articles, Drug Sundries, Barber y

Club Bus Service Postoffice. ij! xa
j I Billiards Pressing ,
Shop, JWOTMmewm3pE =.,or aeTO r __ ._

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: them who have\so long held the palmin 1W- --, -- -- -- .
I, r j : I ; THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR the North. -

t E .' EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Some day they shall have their

tf, 1, Pete Harris/ ..._....___....___.__._______.__.........._..Editor-in-Chief own counterpart of the famous
47" of Harvard and some
} t f' O over, Miller .._..-.-- ._-.__Managing Editor "Workshop 3.
"On toAtlanta" .
: bright day they shall
r I' ':t Robert Wray _____-.--. .....:_____Assistant Managing Editor cry j
} : and go up the line to vie UNIVERSITY MEN ;:
;1 t Richard Sias ___ _.-.. .Sporting Editor tory. They are to train a class in
Hubert Weeks ,..._.._........._ ......... Assistant Sport Editor
original play writing, scene paintingand ,
r''f Robert Pierce _.-_... ._. # _____Society Editor costuming, an dnext year's showis Demand value and style
Harold Klock _.._.,_., ......w.-.._. .-. w._ Exchanges.Personals. be work of committee '''
to the joint a -
r .
: ; .. .
K K. Hansen Oozy Bie will .
jij f' ; from the :Masqueraders who Society Brand Clothes
1 .}! make their maiden effort with the !
j aid of an collaboration with the Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox Halts < I i Ed Woodberry, William Parmenter, B each Hazard. J. D. Wheeler, Fred Chaplain who has given so much of: tAre '

f ,.'" Mansour, Frank Elmore, Roef Buc kley, L. L. Thompson, Newton St. his energy and time to this work. featured lines in the Giddeons Store.
; : John, Frederiek Langworthy.
j I i The Masqueraders now number, together I
: BUSINESS DEPARTMENT with their orchestra some Mail enters a specialty.

I) w !: Aleck White ..__..._.__..____.?-.-.------_M---_.-_--Business Manager forty odd men. Pledges ,are goingto
"' i Horace Wilson ___________Assistant Business Manager be few and far between save in 1
: the case of absolute necessity. It is -,1
;ry r, Entered as second-class matter, September, 1912, at the postoffice at going \o be a rare privilege to bea "
: I;ij 1i : Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1879. i Masquerader, and the requirementsare

Rate The Florida the two: Ability and a scholastic
:- Alligator, $1.50 year. :
: rating that will satisfy both the of- HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO. I
T THE RETURN OF THE L.\SQWER.-\DERS- ficials of the fraternity and the fac

""I' ulty-and it must satisfy the faculty TAMPA, FLORIDA ;

:; <, The Masqueraders of the University of Florida have in two first.Watch I ..

#": h1 short years reached what is known in theatrical paralance as t them grow. .
1'' "big time" rating. For twelve days, counting two Sundays, forty-;i I The bringing of the High School F,
lye University men toured the State in their own private coach Basket Ball Tournament to the Uni-

jI ''i and baggage car, played; this year's offering, "Spanish Nights," in I versity campus is a very progressivestep P s

j. ten different cities and returned to Gainesville last Wednesday for all concerned inasmuch as - .
pit _. .
affords the
High School men an ----- ------ ---- - >
noon tired ,but happy and rejoicing in, their evident triumph. ----- ---
j opportunity tQ become acquainted
( They had demonstrated to the University; and to the State that with their own State Institution and / 1 i

I ,Florida has talent, that it has ability in both the artistic and the also the Athletic Director, Coach 1

I managerial field, that the Masqueraders are worthy competitors inthe .Kline, a chance to look over what :,,Aj
arena of university dramatics. we hope will be some, of the future !!it
I'Gator Athletes. It is hoped that this '
.; It remains only to press forward to greater accomplishment. for i. '
I playing high state honors in i -
The Masqueraders are now a definite and formally! recognized part basket ball will be held at the Uni-
iff the yearly cycle of University activities. Hereafter member- versity of Florida each year but with =

.tkip in this dramatic fraternity must be diligently sought after, a little more system in the management -

1 above all, it must be deserved Scholastic rating as well as ability of and the staging of theeve.t. .

will be demanded of those who seek the privilege of representing Jr

9! the University in this field. The reputation of the Florida players '' All hail "-- '.
good cheer to our old-
; is too well laid and too much appreciated to be left open to consequent er brothers and sisters of the East

criticism or the charge that it interferes with the prime Florida Seminary. Members of the I .;

purpose of the student's presence here his scholastic work. E. F. S. the student body of the
"I What Is Water ? 3IAPAN
University of Florida Japan
bids you wel-
The annual tour of the Masqueraders is splendid propagandain i
come to
our campus and all that
behalf of the University. It brings the student body generally : may do to make your visit a pleasantone .
,into a closer contact with the people of the State, and therefore !I We are glad to have you and -not the country but a metakcoating vanish:.f

yi carries the University into each city where a performance is I I j would have you feel that we think -and your morning bottle of milk. Totally ur& *

given. It arouses an enthusiasm that results, frankly, in additions -:!'i you instrumental in making our
f' yearly to the student body. This has been demontrated ii:I i school what it is today. yet associated! .. .

j 4 since the success of "Out of the East" last year. In each city visited :
| If the Florida State College for Ordinary japan consists of a tough rubbery, tar'lik
what be !
this ovation
properly-called an accorded
year may was Women! honored
,, the troupe. Every possible courtesy was accorded the men and ;j i!J some of the Masqueraders the Florida boys and like the "base"and a highly inflammable;'solvent" The solvent !

..y they left behini them a reputation for gentlenianKness, devotion :\Band men say they did before we dilutes the base so that the metal may be coated with it !
to their Alma Mater, and interest in their work that brought I i had Tag Day what will they do now I
easily. The of the solvent involves considerable
after presence
j1 forth admiring comment from all with whom they came in con- the boys raised over one hun- j
y tact. The have dred and twenty five dollars out of fire risk especially in the baking oven.
Masqueraders: come to stay and to the serious efforts the small
change for a camp for the
of the men who founded the fraternity and put it on its pres- girls! We will admit that it wasn't ;
ent basis must go the credit for their well established presence in much but it came in mighty fast in Milk is a watery fluid containing suspended parade -

our midst. dimes and nickels when the boys of butter fat, so small that one needs the ultra,microscope

t Behold how they grow! Major-Chaplain Conoley, from whose I found if that who wasn't would enough be benefitted we will have and to 9 detect them. An insoluble substance held permanently '
$ pen have come the unqualified successes of 1921 and 1922, is the .
j t connecting link between the old University located in Lake City another Tag Day. in suspension" in a liquid in this manner is in "collokialsuspension.

(19023, 1903-4) and the present Masqueraders. Chaplain Con- Join your fellow students at the .

) ; oley, together with Tom Mitchell, Jim Dougherty, Will Christen- Methodist Baraca Pass on Sundaymornings. .
i+ een and Victor Wooten, formed the original dramatic club of the The principle of colloidal suspension as demonstrated

i' University in the Fall of 1902 when for the first time the University in milk was applied by the Research Laboratories of the

students presented a play, all the parts in which were played ODE TO MY LOVE. fa
General Electric Water Japan.
to develop
i by men. In after years The Greater Florida Minstrels took over
1 the activities along this line. But there was a demand for something 'Tis no time to be sad this compound the particles of Japan base are coUoidaBy
When all things you can do '
more serious something more in keeping with the talent of Will always make ethers glad suspended in water. The fire risk vanishes.

the men and the tastes of the student body. Chaplain Conoley And force them to think of you

came to us from Camp Devens, Mass., where as an Army Chaplainhe So the analysts of mitk has pointed the way to a safe,{ -
had founded the first unit of the United States Army Voca- But now my dear! Of tbCM
+ tional Training Schools. One of the glories of Devens during the I can but too boldly proclaimFor japan Again Nature serves industry.
the vision that I always f-
dark days of the war was its dramatic unit, which furnished many to are 4_
Presents itself Connected
in your w* t nawa with the common things around us ;
p. happy hour to men destined to see and endure a bitter service in ,
France. The :Florida Minstrels enlisted the aid of Chaplain Cono- 'Oft in my dreams at night. )1 many principles which may be applied to the uses of :

Jey in their performance of 1920 which he gladly gave. And I've found myself by your alto industry with revolutionary results. As Hamlet saiL.

t things began to move. The chaplain had plans that plainly caused And try with Ml my mlfi 1\t '
To be your trusty, faithful cuM" f
grave misgivings among the men. They doubted their own abil- I

ity to do the things he urged them to try. The greatest surpriseof For you eac hlongr day I hind

all was the magnificence and the professionalism of the first Hoplpjf that day ,In, cry t\aar GeneralwEIectric'I

great success of the University Thespians. "Out of the East" was When I shall then call yvm mind,

an artistic and a financial success, and the first step was taken. With a sweetheart, char, Otear! "

arrived with no uncertain bang! And from all
+ The Masqueraders j po your teeplng In tho afternoon tit o.. Comp Schenectsdy.NT
here to stay. They rate with the dramaticfraternities any
t1 appearances they are Como to Sunday school In the morn- )
of Yale, Princeton, Harvard, U. of P., and the rest of ing. .A1Ii



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p1tNCE.s New Suits *
t E :\11 sisted of Eric: Boswell, Charlie Morgan -, ,. ,
Nu and R. P. Redmon. .
of the Sigma

k yere hosts at a formel] GIRLS ATTENDING DANCES New Flannel
1&st Friday evening University at the I j i,. .
S Among Jhe; out-of-town girls who
to be one
affair proved
I Tie enjoyable of the season attended the dances given during the f f New Manhattan

e !:St mirth,led by Russell RododTessie past week are the following: \ Shirts :

Glass, followed by Geraldine Hatcher, Louise Para- ,'''-> '

and Marguerite Piersonmod more, Mary Kinsey. Isabel Brantley, -. ,,

began at nine o'clock&acing Peggy Simmons, Josephine Coarsey, : ,
continued to. theEartzeU's Fannie Mae Snyder, Helen Patten, i
".e2 cf Jazz Orchestra Virginia Rapsdale, :Mollie Slgh: Mary ....:,.AND TEA T'S NOT ALL 'q ,

h. Edith Turner, Sarah Sligh, and Jeneth ", .
Grether from Jacksonville Edith ; "
torium was decorated over ; ': :'
I s '" <- /
of black, white Yelverton and Daisy Monroe from
'" ,
1. and the rostrum was latin Tallahassee; Ethel Home, Sarah De- '
Ii R&! tie back with interwoven hon, and Loreen Spencer from Ocala; t :

terminating in the cen- Lucy Byrd Smythe and Teaque Sim-
.. sh a banner of the fraternity mons from DeLand. '

the dance all lights were ,
isd: the couples waltzed to Omicron Gamma Sigma announces I ."

j !1s: of "Sigma Nu Girl, while the following initiates: Paul E. Leland + BILL BUILDING _' ;> '
; |Lfr,alt from an improvised moon Newton D. St. John, Albert J. '

tSs ny upon them. Geiger. Carl T. Link and L. D. Stewart. -.'. .
II !it programs, favors for the I. :; < "

jams, were ivory bracelets .
t fraternity sal in silver, inifif PEABODY CLUB.
i.'c" > .... .. .
; l )
wlkh were the dances, chap- -c: : 1
ft!. de.. Daring the evening Peabody Club held its usual meet- & "

t}each was served, and with the ing March 6th with a large attendance ....... .......................... .... .... ..-
i a coarse suggesting the since it was tryout night, and
af tie fraternity was served.a&erbcrt considerable interest is being shownin i' :
and cakes of choco- the coming debate with Farr Lite- .

i a J gold with the letters Sigma rary Society .. I
ebossed upon them. Those who did try oat deserve : J Drink.at.
'" 1&*. eossrittec ia 'charge of af- special mention, for it shows that each
>t VBS E. P. Redmon, T. D. Henly is aware ol the importance of winning I. ., --: ?
< ai [1 A ins and also that each realizes the '

strength of the opposing 'society. .,i ') ::
POP DAXCEafternoon I Those selected to represent the ,a. +
: : t MILLER'S
society were R. L. Hammon and E. ? ,
Sway the Sigma Nu's 1 i I H McClain, with p L Peadon and ..";""Mo.r., ::. .
*BC again hosts at the Woman's]I G B- Simmons as alternates. These ; ?..---- ; .
>;F.j Cab at a pop dance in honor of men were selected from the list of I :'. :P
- dr visiting girls and the young nine who tried out by Dr. Fulk and .' ""2,.' .

- fi I If es of the city Daring the dance Dr. Norman who acted as judges. I :. ";!; '. Where Service and Satisfaction MeetC.
- ''' ;c c1 a=d sherbert was served, and The subject was: "Resolved. That I. '
a tie discing. continued until dusk. the member's of the President's cabi-I .

net should be given seats and debating ,: .
-f fI SCIBBIRD AND BLADE FRATERNITY rights in Congress, voting rights ': O
fi DANCE. -I I I waived" Our team is to uphold the I ......................... ....... .. .....

.'negative. I
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ks w".1 tie Sab.rda-Seabfcard evening.and Blade the mem-) -|I![subject Those>> who besides took those the floor mentioned on this: T Davies, W R King C. W Fossell, :.4 ... ..'-..4I -4I: ..-. ....'_ ...... ..-.
J L O. Stephens, Lee Ball W. S Middleton -
I tcy fraternitysrere hosts at a form-!i above as being selected are: Me-;i it itiI iI I
I J H. Xarkham and J. H Wise.
I I 1&=ce at the Woman's Cteb. Thee I Ckudon, O'Bryant, :Melaim, Pearsors \, Daring the intermission, while the s i I Bedding, Pillow Cases, I
[ bsrs appearing in formal mffi-j[and WeFI ..
I Judges, were deliberating, stamp ,
[ tar dress. I IRe t Sheets, Blankets :- t tI
j: .1 speeches were in order. A lively diseuon }
grand march was led by Ma j.! FARR LITERARY SOCIETY arose eoocermng the defiaqoeaey tt
Cl; lfrs. Van Fleet, fobbed byAtkicson. Capt.cdL !,' of the sergeant-at-arms, bat i I t
I s"r The regvlar meeting of the Fur'I''in: view of Ms: won intelligence I RmBONs-Rlnnox NOVELTIES -
j and impressive deeeratiooa literary Society last Mea day nit I IJ sentence was !suspended.i MADE TO SPECIAL' ORDER

med consisting of two' largv I![was wbolly devoted to the try-oetc I i i The judge returned with tie following t II .
, draped over tie balloons,I for the Farr-Literary Debating Team. selections. : For tBe regular I We Keep Everything for Your RoomCAWESVILLEFLCRJOA I
*e !?f Oii Giory and tie other the I[Our first intercollegiate debate this I team, Mr. King and Mr. Wise alter-
Sal battaffion banner Daring thentzj #!!year will be held on the evning off I nate, Mr. BalL I .

ceHefoss fruit punch wasTed !!March 13,. with the Peabody Club. No other business being in order I
K* to all prejeist.Ti i The questKa on which the aspirants the meeting was adjourned: F i iI
ecaasittee which subtended i for tie team spoke is also the I V4iiLiia' ,
a3 dew restive to the dace, con-!.question for tie first debate, in which DUVAL COUNTY CLUB t. @I1

,Farr Lit. takes the affirmativeRe- Wednesday night March 2, the Du-j, I

.... ... - |solved That the President's Cabinet I val County Club held a short business I

I JOHN B. SUTTON i I['should in Congress have seats; Toting and rights debating waived rights"'I meeting George: Stanly in the presi.ted.Dmr. "Y.** Vice-president. t f - -. -. --. .-. .... .... -. -. ... ....J

I Attomey--\t-Law I I Doctors Crow Farr and Simpson: i part in the high school and!I --- r+ -.

I 3916titas Bank Bldr. acted as judges, and The the men Exserous speaking county. dub basketball to=1amenta''I ate with the Tampa crab concerning a r r LOGIC ,
fired t
orators up. : >
d the decision made r f grand and *
discussed &=
T..utP.FLORIDA was ensmoker" to
I I t Stanley, F._ 1:. Wolfe -
II were George to entertain the visiting Dnral players -i I! be held in the Gym. The: --: -
::.. -J program ax I (Lady tourist pazfe tferaTia Gaines. -
-- iI in every way possible to give ;i I owed indafM cigarettes etc.. a rre. Seaboard: ): T tft'v wIlT -_ :
I - them a favorable impression of FJori -i speech by Bill Biresa.,aad a wrestling I did tbey bmld tbe depot 8G far flea _
Steam Laundry a. ]I I i bout between Duka Bays the Polish town here?" _
I I I A motion was rnadg, and carried 1; get and Mardodc Bam, the Bosxian -J

I FOR over the vociferous protestations: of I znidget. More w! be said of I Dr. EmraU is teacbng" the Meti- -

fflCH CLASS CLEANING AND PRESSING I Hr. Barn our midget wrestler that I'' this bit fsrtftion: after it has ..odlxt Baratca Clara. Come and beer -

'I IIf I - a cosrnittee be appointed to regoti.j eeecrred; if the scribe lies thin it. Jhz.z.z __,_
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i i Ham A Tampa. Tampa Nut' Cortez, Partin TAMPA, FLORIDA ., ._-
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r It; :, .. .._-- ,- --0: ." ____- _---j;; -. .-,- STOUT MIREI
.. ._ PROF.
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'e'f -- ;r-- --, -- ..- ""' -''"-""!If.; -- >fi:;- __:: 'Sl- .H.-- .- n' ... ENGRAVED
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tl ". UP FOR METROPOLIS'TwentyTwo '

: : for young men I
t ='i I : f WHAT Men Have Signed} a P.B.
4 { Up for Work on Jax. Daily, Gainesville Daily N fiJ
Which Will be Put Out Next

S >i ; HA PPEN' On Tuesday.Monday morning- the Alligatorstaff 'Today's 4IEverything, News Tour '...

and the journalism class will ? *

.,' -. )eave for Jacksonville Monday after-I 4$ Electrical
j .
where they_will receive instruc-
'> noon ft.I JOS. J. SEYKORA
\ < morning< the fun
I ; tions, and Tuesday F
r y': begins. The; twenty-two men who I 107
? I' Phone GainesriEe, ft j
t : ? ;' ; will make the trip are: Glover Miller ....
,, Robert Wray, Prichard Sias, K.
$ K. Hansen, J. Beach Hazard, Hubert
h Weeks. Fred Mansour, George Stan- J. S. BODIFORDand

... : .. ly, William Parmenter, Ira McAlpin,
Roy Hoskins, T. D. Henley, R. A. COMPANY\
Carlton, Truman Green, E. D. Hinck-
4 Hockenstad R. H. Juve, Druggists : Phone si
i f JFW1pIDOTHAVE. ley, Lloyd V. ,
J J0 C. L. Link, E. S. Odom, Lance Rich-
bourg Q. L. Walker. Frederic Lang-


recent issue of the Metropolis I

> I I'ti comes contains from an article Gainesville which end that$:readersof "Word I COMESVEDNESIA'\ ]

the Metropolis expect a per-
< \" may
'-'- .... .
;! fect issue of perfect Dunbar Bell
a newspaper. per- The Ringers vi a]
... ..., J
-1 fectly edited. sity tertain the students at tfce" l fcf
'. '
; : .:. :' J > "\f" Professor Ralph Stoutamire,.headof school auditorium on Wedres3ar1: ;
: the journalism class at U. of F., evening, March 15th. This Kak1
has the supervision of the project, is a part of the Lyceum count a
and will be. in charge of the squad will be free to students. !
while they are in Jacksonville.Did The male quartet compo
...', ... :, I renowned ts&
I Bell Ringers are as
I r I you know you couli' ,make j lent musicians. On the program 11 S
your old razor blades as good as ,new',be vocal quartets and solos, tali
for about 2 l-2c each? Sec: Driggersin strumental selections of manytoi d!
/: 36 Buckman. This company is under the teisr! Ft
The Florida Alligator is supported ment of the Redpath Bnreta,W

HAWKSHAW!! insures a fine talent, altho the n?
cation of the Dunbar quartet lI i

.. almost entirely by its Advertising. Beads of cold sweat on his brow, .that is required. -
the student raised the massive paper
but different VI
weight high above his head. His Photographs,
\ night, rain or rhine,with I
Jay or
straining eyes searched the semidarkness = 4
Advertisers are in to get RE- sifting carefully each ob- new light. VanSiekel's Studio! 5*

ject. There it was again! Crash!! Side Square.

: .: : SULTS" ,. ,.. c..'. ..--t- .":'- ;- '" '. ,. ,,_ '" Went started the back-a missile rustling into the sound corner.in the He I Use-You ought to stop drab i:

,: :.'" same corner.. How could it have I Don't you know that I will live tI
i lived after that terrible blow? A as long as you will?
I I : wail, half rage, half terror, arose Less-That may be, but I v3 1 0
from the room below. No, they twice as much in the same lend
: ; When you' make a purchase tell would never understand; they did not time. -
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have them. I -
_ Not wanting to advance-for fear now, instinctively, she knew tbrt I
: them you saw their ad in the Alligator. that he would make it disappear and would be different. Her worn T>

spoil his chances of destroying it, and tuition told her that their f leek
'. not wanting to retreat for fear itt was to become more than a cow
:- .1|I would advance on him, he stood, ir-I ship. There he came now; *Tef I
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this; the loathsome beast! Oh! how side of the house! Her
he hated and detested it. Even now swelled with pent-up emoaon; *

} j I BOOST THE ALLIGATOR BY. he could imagine it's clammy touch started from her seat. No, it'- .
as it felt over him in- his sleep. i only the butcher on his daily tc

His clutching fingers came in con- Ah! He was coming up the iws !
: BOOSTING ITS ADVERTISERS. tact with the table. Nervously he She sank back in her chair,her bon +J I
I I felt his way to the light. He started her breast. Queerly enoUi;'
back affrightened at the feel of that moment she feared to mee\iJ.:

5 \ a damp' clamy glass. Reassuring to hear him speak. She
L, himself he switched on the light. rosily as she thot of his IM leiand
j: -- The creature had vanished. He retrieved turned to watch him as he I
.::-.: the paper-weight and placedit sturdily along. There he "as-eos-

at the head of his bed, very nicely ing up the steps-rapture!
'r f. 'St and very carefully. "Never mind" He stood there,grip in hand.
.' .' ,':'". he muttered angrily as he turned off gulped furiously. "Helen, UetJ
.. the light and felt his way carefullyto he stammered-she had thot that'
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1 awaiting his arrival. In her hand Latest Styles

'II's' Your she clutched the telegram announcinghis Special I Prices .
Paper' departure. How .she longed to
see him! College must have changed to .
: him very much;, there was a new StudentsOrder Now!
note, a new tone in his letters that
t she had never noticed before he went Loose leaf note books

_ off to the University. In their boy and Supplies
and girl comradeship not oce 'word of )I
love had figured; they had grown PEPPER PRINTINGCOMPANY

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gin first spring football, practice I I I _
I.L C" Proprietor : : : Telephone 8G was called by Coach Kline and Major Alteration Cleaning Pressing 4I t tt
Van Fleet last I,
Monday, March 6.
lailyVB 1' This practice is intended primarily I t Phone 354 Gainesville, Florida t
... for intensive training in the funda- I 1
mentals _. .'
T( of football. The team has --iiliN-
............ .......................... been somewhat faulty in this respect I : ':._ .. ;! .::--- .,+ _H ;;i iI t
. in the past and it is proposed to !
i remedy the condition by an hour's \I WHEN YOU EAT 1 1fi

itkalKORA Let your next Suit be a training each day in blocking, pass-I at the :.
ing and receiving, running, W

FASmONPARK _.,: : of and football all the rudimentary principles j The Gainesville Cafeteria i
:eriIe: : go to make the fin- !
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fi.: OR >. .f practice, which will end about I '
;' ; April 6th or 7th. There will be no 1 I .::. A SQUARE MEAL- :
FOR]D |! :.1 i FITFORMi scrimmage or formation work. i .i .t. .. ., :.:
I.I I. at z
I- At the end of the period an exhibition : a
of these fundamentals will 1 I SQUARE DEAL PRICE'
\TVPb i AGENTS be given here for the benefit of the ,
high school boys who come here to i .t7 ;: : ::!' :f

..---oae.. PHIFER BROS. DEPT. STORE i participate in the annual. high school
track meetFORMER if
BERNFJ Gainesville Florida
| DEATH. '
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8r ... - -- --- -- Sam A. Echols, a former student PARLOR

:en wjJj j CHESNUT'S SHOE PARLOR j of the University of 'Florida, was
at the: I shot and killed by a negro near Jay, MAKE YOURSELVES AT HOME. ; .
Wedsaisiw SOUTH SIDE SQUARE Santa Rosa County, Florida, Februar 1
' : P. Hectric Shoe Repair' Department Work Guaranteed f 24th. ,In an argument with Mr+ Agency Hollragsworth's Unusual Candies 1
I Echols the became enraged, i rI r
courselpo&c SHOE SHINE PARLOR ; negro
.' '/ pulled his pistol, and fired five srots I
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A ttflBrogran, .. JOHNSON.PHARMACY t\i which proved fataL Vidal Drug Company' ;
: Dregs, Medicines, Stationery, Teilet and Rubber GoodsWe | Mr. Echols was a student in the 1
guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only Teacher's College from 191517. He
::1D1e J '.print drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered.Gainesville was an active member in several college CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENS ;
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-eav,1Ii ,} Florida ... _i activities.known"Sammie, as he was _.. T _
commonly will be rememberedas '1; < -'
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) the ztp being connected with the Students
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Pressing Club on the campus. 6e
He left the University tii join the .

THE FLORIDA NATIONAL B-\Niv I U. S. army and served overseas. I
, witlll Since his discharge hd has been oper- Eyes Tested '
JHe! New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2,50b,009ffiSRHffififfifffiraraif {) ating a large farm near Jay, Florida.He '''j
has been married about two years 'j t
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a and one son. _
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!. many friends regret his death. Broken lenses duplicated in one hour's ,

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Popular Goods at Popular Prices at I for here this this lecture spring. has No been definite set date yet, I Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Finish, Complete House Bills. .I

f L however, but further notice will be .
BURKHIM'S Iffi I made. Daily Capacity 25,000 Feet. Gainesville, Fla. \

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'Kow is the time to buy The Dunn-Pen, which is a practical self-fU- I

itet )ng, common sense fountain pen WITHOUT BOTHER or ,annoyance I Furchgott's Men's Store
For sale
of, a RUBBER SAC. and is the future fountain pen.

a to L. C. SMITH Jeweler, South Side Square.
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