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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 17, 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>]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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mON STARRED 1;'. At the meeting-of the Sophomore t THE FIRST TIME 'GATORS 9-1 1 FLA. METROPOLIS


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Lead With 51 ody Hall/ the plans for the coming '
4 Year Men arnival: discussed. Johnson and Stein Presented Florida Scored 7 Runs in Seventh :Students Gather, Write, and
s-SoPhs Next With 42; were It Is theSoph's Brilliant Inning-Richbourg and : Edit News for Four Editionsof
intention to put on a Carnival I Ibis Arguments That
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ion Breaks S. Roach Made HomersHartman ; Big Jacksonville Daily.
: year that will overshadow all Overcame Formidable
Throw. 1 Louisiana ,
eerd for Discus hose: of the past.E. and Wallace Showed :
Opposition. i'\ Lots of Stuff. The four editions of TueviRjr's
first honors in'trar E. Jones told the%:lass of the
Freshmen: won Florida Metropolis were gotten cut
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abject of the gathering. He / "
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& interclass track meet 'I' : the Sophomores with the size of "The: University Debating team Last Thursday.afternoon at Fleming -:by the members of the journ'1littic'class
with a total score of I and the Alligator Staff, under
the work before them and urged composed of H. C. Jobnscn and :Ma- field the 'Gator nine defeated the
The Sophomores made 1 the direction of Ralph Stoutamire,
I every man to give his co-operatior. rice Stein defeated Louisiana State I Jacksonville All Stars by tscore
race 42 points and theWand t Professor of Journalism at the University -
on 'in making the: affair a success. University in the annual debate in 1 J cf 9to1. .
: i Seniors brought up the the Gym. on Friday evening, March i The game started with plenty of !
J. H. Markham, who with a com- I The work done by the students
V&24 and 20 points, respec- both sides and the A I1! Star 1
: 10. The victory marks the first won pep on j
m/cee-of two,*had been appointed to f fby consisted in gathering, writing and
| :tee or two notable records t held their own to the seventh inning -
Florida team L. S. U. debaters up i
look after the paid amusements, pre a over editing the news of the day. AUho
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tsade; ; Newton broke in three debates The: decision when the Gators got away and i imaoe I
sented a report. S. pomeroy, who the regular Metropolis staff/numbers_
for the discus and won I has charge of the free amusements, was two to one for | their hits count.for seven juns. ji j were preset, they acted only in the'
;b:>>n. i nega.th'e'j i Hartman had all kirds of stuff on''I
announced that 3 series of wrestling Florida defended the capacity of pilots' who pointed out
'>; -. ball, allowing only a very few ]i
Verent brought cut good points j jmj and boxing matches are being planned of the question, whleh was: the way and corrected the "rr-'n? tendencies -
hits and Jim Wallace who relievedhim !
new men. Newton made | for tbe night of the carnival of the would-be journalist
"Resolved, that the nat .ns ic:ently'I completely baffled the All Stars*
tee-third of the Freshman score Activities started for the University -,
Rambo the .
D. A. of
supervisor associated in the war against thE'central batters. t ti '
i 1 tt points. Sollee took second |grounds, requested the aid of severalmen powers should cancel their j I i men on Monday afternoon at t
The 'Gators showed welP in '
jjt on individual scores by win- !j who understood carpenter work. I up o'clock when they assembled in" the -
indebtedness, insofar ns it was incurred -
three events. Hokenstad f01-1 J every phase of the game and provedto office of the Metropolis for preliminary -
pa work the grounds willbegin .
Actual
upon in the prosecuticu of the war.:" I be well organized and well bal .
with 11 points to his credit j Wednesday. a instructions, which wer- given,
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Ifce first speaker xva. Mr.; CiaH-e-- anced team. i iJ'
and
Melton
ell Eats showed up unexpected by Major vice president

t& Gifford, although, third inyard i j W.end L., Bryson desired, all having the the electricians_ -electrical w.ose multfple authorities, elevei i' 1, h.ore by innings: '. .i general manager, and the Heads of a

logic, pleasing presentation and mating j i -.s. R H FFLORIDA000 :the various departments.
:l dash, was a fast man j in the class to. .to his> rescue. *
come -
seemed to [ 200 70x 9. 9 'i'JAX
pathos
carry everything
j l The Major emphasized stronglythe )
ii1d Sollee and Newton for .
run
for the electricianso !'
,.,. As it is necessary before him. The side was _Om_ __-coo 010 000 1 3 5 importance of the task which i

3 money wait until the booths are builtbefore turned abruptly however, when H. C. !! Batteries: Fla.-Hartman, Wallace ,,the students were about to undertake ;
te&y! made a splendid mile run, they can commence: work, he 1![ and Ward. .
Johnson for Florida, took the floor. :and urged them to dQ the best of
2g ever King because of his will need a large number of men to He brought the argument closer to iI j i j Jax: Pfeiffer and Hanson. which they were capable. He brought

Ito finish with a good sprint. complete the work in time, he said. earth and resorted to plain facts and ,1 Home runs: Richbourg ard R::&.-h. I out the significance of the work with
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4 jmy, also\ in competition with common reasoning. t the reflection that it would be eithera

*..fro. best men of the day, surd BAND WILL PLAY AT Mr. Raymond C. Parker now took":DUNBAR QUARTETENTERTAINED !i boost or a _detriment to the University I

according to the
* everyone by taking third place the floor for L. S. U. His speech- wa mannerin

2*broad jump. largely compose of quotation cfr which they performed the tasks

r Mothers deserve credit for their I' ROTE CONVENTIONThirty .:.,re authorities, ana refutation<< come THE ::assigned. He concluded by saying
i that the Metropolis was glad 'of an
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work throughout. Rambo : of Johnson's argument.The I

*_lo first places and efficiently I members-of the Band will I cent speaker was the "nsi- : STUDENT BODY:.I opportunity some practical to experience give the, and students ex-

fed the Sophomore crew. Bat- leave Here Wednesday afternoon lon; of the evening. Maurice S e" i ,__ :'pressed the hope that it might be

-' & Cox each came out with 10 March ,22, for Savannah, where they I took the floor and eeery'hinc's" ''made an annual! affair.: '

ft Cox making two first places. will play for the convention of Hg: bitipg sarcasm, his arklin:. j i laiented Artists Rendered ,i; Following this, he introduced the a

Corked manfully, but under: southern Rotary Clu>>s. They will wit, his humorous irony, tore Louisi : Third Number in Lyceum other members of he staff, each of

Nand succeeded in taking'i make the trip along- with the rluo ana's argument to bits, and complete Course! at High School' March I Ii whom explained the problems and

a first and second place. His members and return Friday, March captivated the audience. Even i 15-Kell Ringing; : Was -a Fear I principles of his particular phase of

i t 4 ability to speed up on the 24. the L. S. U. debaters could not re- I t ure. the work. Al Harris associate edi-

$I& yards was all that prevented Although there has bees no defi- (Continued on Page Eight) i |tor, spoke briefly and graphically; up-

. &g first place on the mile. nite formed as yet, the band I ;; The Dumbar and Bell Ringers and on editorial writing. Frank P. Bsdidow -
program
* st the paradesand + + + Male Quartet entertained a large and business manager, gave a concise -
was general and a fairly expects to take part in I : + + + + + 4. ,
appreciative audience of Universitymen of the-business side I
explanation
p concert +
lathering was present. The to render a tleast one + -
d 'ed in the gaps with good mu- during the afternoon and evening. I 1* NEWS BRIEFS. + and town people in the High I I of printing a paper, quoting figuresshowing

.They have been invited by tbe Rotary + ---- + school auditorium Wednesday night, ; the cost of operating and
t and the fifteenth. getting forth the means.employed to
interclass +
Clubs to attend the banquet + Freshmen take title in f
during the con] meet. + The Bell Ringers presented a va- keep publication going He was
functions +
other
fAT SCHOL BASKET BALL all l :followed by Ellic C. H !IIumif" city
vention. The pledges to the Gammo + Gator nine trims Jax All ried and most enjoyable program- of '
r musical fraternity will receive + Stars. + which the bell ringing was the fea- editor Henry Clairsell Jr., superintendent -
Lambdo
Bap--diet{ preliminary invitation ceremonies + Florida Students put out four + ture. The four performers played John Othen, advertising

the trip.EVANGELISTIC. II+ editions of Jletropolis. + the most difficult selections, picking manager. Eric Levison. Herbert.Bay-
Nk win 1 begin a basket ball on er, Charlie Carmichael, and Sam
I + Johnson and Stein win in debate + out the proper bells with uncanny'speed
42*** March ,20. I I SERVICES AT fr with L. S. U. and accuracy. The music of Melson, reporters, who gave pointed
for eligibility include attend- > talks the that they hold
.at t UNIVERSITY. + Dr. R. L. Peterson speaks on + the bells has the volume and tone of upon part
Sunday School at least two THE 1 in the complex organization of the
+ .
us + conditions in India. ;f'a pipe organ, coupled with a t-uel .
Previous j -
). to game and reg- Pastor c Ithe !+ Florid marksmen win corps :jan indescribable elusive quality, Metropolis.
abership in the class'. I Dr. L. E. McNair At o'clock on Tuesday morning
trimming Ga. Tech. + | j
Church of Jacksonville !+ title by which renders it distinctive.
Panes will be played at the i Firsts Presbyterian 1 meet Mercer the U. of F. squad reported at the
three +Gator batsmen i Many recitations, humorous and
The will conduct a serous -
Florida,
championship will be de- office aId started activities. As-
tI the I! evangelistic campaign, .n the i 1+ here next Wednesday. + were rendered members of the
made the reporters -
J percentage basis. day 1 + signments were to
University of Florida Gymnasium.I!+ Tag Day nets approximatt'ly11. I company, and unerringly drew appreciative at once and they were sent out

J** 20 Presbyterians and Bap- The meetings ,will be heM under the .+ commends work applause. all over the,city to get news. Aa .

x auspices of the Y. M. C A. beginning -j j+ Major Melton + Piano, ukulele, cello, piano, accor- fast as the items came in they were # .

27 -Presbyterians andS at seven o'clock the evening I+ of students.attend the San 4 dice bells, voice-many were the instruments written up, 'edited, and sent to the !
27, nnd will con- Legionnaires with which this versatile
Monday; March where were
f of .composing room
at West Palm Beach. + they ..
+ Dance
o'clock on !
and seven entertained the audience. '
twelve company
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Methodists tinue at setup.
and *
Baptists.
entertain -
Dunbar Bell Ringers
;. March 28 and 29. These services + students. \ 4: 1. The Dunbar Bell Ringers will 1* [ The whole force were kept at highest -
iof accorded prefer: IM e overall j+ remembered of the best of the' '
Dr. Sweet's lectures het have ben and all + Band will go to Savannah to 4 f as one tension throughout the morning

0ne yould not go to other University activities, heartycooperation ;+ play for Rotary "Club Con4, : Lyceum numbers |and in the afternoo; until about 2

Specialist for mental dis- officials and instructors urge: ventlon. {o'clock, when the news send of the

B ut looking at some of our and attendance. the +4East Florida Seminary Re4, Prof. Willoughby (in Dairying)- work was declared finished. The

ba. the hygiene department, it Dr. tfcNair i swell-known to + union comes to end. *4. "And now, gentlemen upon what ia: first, or state edition, came out about (

iu that a bone specialist student body, and an appreciation successful dairying baaed?" 12 o'clock, followed by the ".ome.

> IlUtte appropriate. of opportunity extended Florida'men + i Smart student: "The cow, srf"! r.* .tnoerf; OB; Page Eight' ;o,"I
given. + Y + + + + + 1
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+ + + ot- + +_ + + + + Tuesday when the class took over the I 1+ +. + + + + + + .+ *I "

. + + editionsof 1 1+ *: 1"
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job of getting-out Tuesday's I Bedding Pillow :
NOTICE!
+ HIGH SCHOOLS, NOTICE' + the paper. i j.r+ -- *. 'Jt ,- ;, ;:
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, + + "This should (nark a very import I i All student *swishing tyI .! Sheets, Blankets ': "
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dedama contest + : .
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connected ,
+ with high school + '
men of""Florida"whose ambition is to j r* examination and treatment, + 'I- '
+ track meet no piece consum- + : RIBBONS RIBBON NOVELTIES
feel ,
become ne,paper. men and-I I same atif '
. .10 ing more than twelve min- [+ if necessary can get '"
.+ utes and no piece in, costume + sure that: the day will be of untold I t+ the Infirmary now. 4j 0 MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER .
benefit to"them. I am very glad they i 1'+ ALBERT W. SWEET, <
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1 ++ judges.'r ++ are job here with and confidence they have and tackled determination the- L I i r++ Director Hygiene' 'Dept. *.: }''I \\ e Keep Everything for Your Room ;i f A

i and with their- special training I f- .* ,* + + 4 r
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in journalism their work today shook
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CONGRATULATIONS! SAYS stand out as one big COMMENCEMENT I
MAYOR JACKSONVILLE in their present ..............." .It Qua(it '" I -hDAlJJt

.. ,I Profr Rufus W. Weaver, L.L.D.,. '
SerJice'I"
read ...the Commence t 1-0'-1
"I want to congratulate The Metropolis : Phctographs. but different. fade i it Mprecr, !JwiJE .
Semen the close of the 'GAINESVILLE.FLORIDA
I here at
for its aid to the class in- nay or night, rain or bile...with my I Ii ment Dr. Lee: I : I
journalism of the University of Florida t new light. Vanskkel's Stt*&e, South present school year. Henry i t, I
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i 'sermon.Chtra, will deliver the baccalaureate- t. JOHN B. SUTTOXAttorneyAtLaw j j.

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',' The number of candidates for de- I 'I

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::;: : highest in the history of thtf Uni- t rtMP, FLORIDA J

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: : Editor, Tnftnan.Greens was the lead-, '
Really inclined students of
Ffajji
-- .1 mg and meet wfsfartidiny of the student .
II fTi ;some real experience. Al
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joornaliafs. fla made assignrt -
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members of'the
,I ,- -gave -'dinetionS__ and edited | regular staffally p*
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[ had more worries thrust
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:joaoiiscripts In a maaaer that:would
J 'C'- them titan in any similar period: J-
,de credit to a regular staff memberof
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a large daily.your -'" and willing to give information 0.

1 Ii advice when'and wherever H lip
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'i'iHere's .. needed which was not seldoai IT
j to Sunday sc&ftoi fir tile morn-
i was an enjoyable, tho a stranftal

Ti T .. duzy period and it is hoped IP r
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Wed his excellent
upon supmil t
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: By 1. T. P. of the Metropolis proposition it

: Value For: You 1 : "' : -., made arrangements with IK-
: &, Place-.-In- a .forest; ; "= :.....; ton for the trip and worked Major%t

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i '" Fashion Park and Standard Clothing
appra+!hess a. xaaidea of the
'I. yooag
; ability to he found on the Fta*
l 'Suits for Spring '- met wbera she is amusing herself campus.
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itI'! gardes:

I : And Only : : ;..t 1- -. ',,- .- ::1. '4. Bright Rat (i nshower))-"A l la 'fi

x, : Priced $25 to $60r .- if day keeps the laundress awq..i
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I. Come, Sweet Chnter fit Onioa .Tops; Skeptical Junior-"Why not f
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: ;1 What you U irk-* :i.. by heck 3 low my plan?" -Xo bath at aH h
I *P&p<>or sling argument unless there:ifr real quality to bck..it.J ': C Mne from ban(f them f raetmei. everybody away." ;

'm.these.Fas ioz Park and Standard, ... ,
Witj rlit-b CtothtegWe're ,. ; *
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I :-<-<. -$ itS. -< I your hairy alms around my Which class will come out fit( !
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And .
I. ., > :wry'proud tfcfti w* can sbawjafcch. Suits si ea[*|& to> fW -, calla i ?,'Boy.j ought to make good talfr.*
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:..;; ,' .s ;;, I-fe Uons' saiff _my trail and ran; the question.UNIVERSITY .. .
-t foreat bred, I waned bear.
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.,- _.0" Nine rows of Jaw teetk, sad; with Summer Quarter
: 1 hair, '.
'* First 19--J111J.
j -., '' Yba, wilt l find just the Hat that you personally i pretrrj-. .; I Seven rows: am -...! : Second Term-June Term-July 31--Sfpt. I ,
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-- ,.;:, Their moderate cost adds avsreat{ ,,y The Summer Quarter is an ist..
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o-'$ f satisfaction r rE I I s-, I part of the University: year .

I I courses the c1
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., .- master of the land; I and credit value as in the other fill
FROM tiERSVHO ISSUE THE ', [The ladies before ate proudly prance. ten of the
-2 50 to I year.
$8'
$ Say,
pay tribute *
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BEST IN STRAWS. ',' -- : Come Little yeer Tiger Man; Degrees are conferred ttP8
Cootie Girl
give us a and women for summer wort
I dance. i
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Do the mocassin wriggle. t tallied in three Summer QJMt

',," FLANNEL TROUSERS It offers opportunities uaeX'i .....

:> 4. the South and makes a :trap

-"": '-- to.teachers seeking broa-JfiT-
I Ah, but your dance is perfect grace; ship and training and wide
$8 to $12 Onion
Girl,
have
Your you so many charms contacts, and to college stnd' .
hairy feet and "
faces
pretty
siring to complete degree
Are inveigling. Fall '
into my arms ments. .
And say that you'll be mine. Attendance last quarter, 2.t9 W"

: twenty-r4ae states and foreign tf*.
Standard CQ t" 5. tries.-- r
; Clothing s. I The most beautiful and eI

Tiger Boy this is love divine PCS in America. .

To rest my head upon your breast. I Accommodations at ,.,
I" 17-19 West Bay StreetJACKSONVILLE Just to kcow that yon now are mine rates. Tuition fGr'nonVai.nh

Of I'm little happier Vood-peekers.than a whole nest ;I dents $15 per term.Entertainments f,JiI

_...._"" I I musical l.
excursions.For iI -
Did you know you couli- make I illustrated folder and filI
your old razor blades ;8'good I
) -as new nounceraent write to
at for about 2 1each? See Driggers I CHARLES U HAPHIS,
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}! 'TEST TO BE HELD BY Output on Retail ,
; f CO Prices. 1!
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OF ILLINOIS. The first : -I'm trying to raise a mus- -.
I p1fERSITY i prize is fifty'dollars 1. f
the: tache. 1
Wonder "
i I what color it'll be ,
second
I and college students twenty-five and the thmCfif- i when it comes out. "I- ;
University I Ii teen. Students I Buy Your Gents' Furnishingss
jf! b prices and the price of the University of I She-Gray, I should say, from the -
I Illinois are barred from competition. way it's coming now.-McGill .
i n.1 The maximum length of the essays Daily. at The New Store

. is 5000 words and -
I Ir complete Presbyterian -
i manuscripts C. E. wants to see
I Club of the University of I must be in the hands of Dr. you Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock. All new goods at lowest market prices
Pnerce F. A.
Russell
,r : is any criterion. This club, chairman of the com- ,
tais mittee of \
l: judges,
membership! is made up of University of Illi- Professor in Horticulture-Why is A. C.:
t students in the Univer- nois, not later than April 15. The the orange blossom different from SMITH & COMPANY ;
yore other
of Commerce, offers judges of the contest are Dean other flowers?
if- College George W.Dowrie of the school South Side Square .
of
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prizes out of treasury 0 R. Davis -
jsi (seriously)-They are
e I business of the --
the undergraduate University of Minnesota -I I
given to j I used in marriage ceremonies.
i be and j and Archer Wall Douglas .. ,
American colleges ,
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Ji".r The subjects effect: of Increased Freight- "This contest is purely a student I .
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time I i <> out the usual manufacturing question : ,

C. H. COLES & SON I : "Ho wfast can they be made?" ,

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I ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH i( Ii: OF TWENTY TO THREE4 ,; / : \

East Main Street, North t :}! TIMES TWENTY TO SEE THE '//fit ...

Rev. John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector Telephone 629 i i iII NEW SPRING STYLES }VITH THE / :

II Sundays-Holy Mass and. Sermon, 1030a.< m. ; evening t't r SUGGESTION THAT_THE PORTER % t
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Weekdays-Holy Mass, 7:00 a. m. f I! G GUARANTEE OF UNQUALIFIED PITFORM : .

Special Lenten.Services Wednesday evenings 7:30 p. m. t tI ii ___, .l>ut 'rrr, -' -(f _. .
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Subject :Matter\ : "The Means of Sanctification.Sunday t ti ; -, I 1
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I "- ----- hr:> s\vruuht, a great change in him, I Ants-Slang Society 'I II "
.t .' AZALEA TEA HOUSEFIRST 1 t tL Great was the rejoicing among the : for he is&w' quite decile and doesno.attera' I .'Oh, the president got dpi and
.'host of Mr. C. B. Van CleeFs friends to hurl dishes at tL.)5e] that he was the on'v pebble u> the ---;
..' ""'III II1i c; -'- "'" when they were agreeably surprised who affectionately tickle hi:;; chri.: j i beach, and he hadn't had the %>:!lies
"' BANK t !by the announcement of his marriageby It is with great sorrow the* We ;tong when we gay h im the blue ck-
NATIONAL
: 1888 frieads ef his: very aut>oralive lose Mr Van ('lee! from ( :;r i.<: 1st i jet. About that tin_ all the nt; -\',
f-!- Incorporated $150,049 t j sources by the way, to whom he had ia the Ba.:telor': Ciu, but T"-e know ', got tu *basking that r.3 was he 'dcle
'f_. Capital, v 100.009. Surplus- j #! 'ccWfided; the secret Howeverit ,that maT a young -wif* is looking: i.ee:>,:. t
t GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA :V-MS not necessary; to tell others of with erron": his beautiful spouse -----------
.. -- .. ...... .. it for when he returned a strang*-r who has been so forta ste "\"m land ji'eb. 2J rJJ.Dea" .

'i" CI! "'"4i\IiJOOo...\... .... ca...... ar J..". ..... .. .f pvin;; e.s.Uu 1 oa* an J3a..l: "The:'*;*_ .-u'h; a fish.! -- F. .ES.-" ) -
? U. M. A:} mating 1 b.< e. If ,'. "
a man that must have j jo got married in : : can
i ; Weaver's Steam Laundry $t' look at that sheepish expression -: "let ire have $SO now I won't r.-eJ any
j', $t-on big face." It is this attitude that Join jour fellow students*'at the :.more before thv fs.;; t.f the rnon.!si.Your .
! FOR : his many friends are trying to break Methodist Baraca Class on Sunday 1 loving '

! '- HIGH CLASS CLEANING AND PRESSING{ j him of? but still- ve shcs! about nd., mornings. ..i i H BILL.

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k r I : ,1::: THE FLORIDA ALLIGATORRichard'Sias CLASS TRACK- -MEET. RESULTS -lT

100 yard dash-First heat -Sallee,
p ;J' EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT .- first Guiffoid, second; Pomeroy,

Pete..W.ai"t"is._ __. .. .,._._........... ....__.......... .....Editor-m-Chief third.; ,
? I Clovjj llier ....... .... .u .... ... n" ........ ... ................__Managing Editor 100 yard dash-Second heatNewton ...
f lolxr: ; W1'a. ;;;" .. ... .. 'nU'__-... ....._....._......Assistant Managing- Editor first Hudson, second; Bivens, UNIVERSITY MEN
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''f' 0 Final-10.3 seconds-Sallee, .;

! p, ,;'.f '- .Hcrtu :?.nick e. _:....:. ._. .__... _._____...::.:=:::.-.:.-.::::=_.=....: ==..: ....:::::Society. .__._Exchanges Editor : Newton, second, Guilford, third. Demand value and style v ---: r 9
min. 4 sec.-Buckley
I 1,1:,,4 I K. li. Hansen, Ozzy Bie ....--...... ......-.-._...---.---.-- ,...._,--.-....-....-..P erso naIs first Mile'Run-5; King, second; Wray, third. Society Brand Clothes !

I";:! 9 REPOR TERS 100 yard high hurdles-18 seconds i
J i --Rambo, first; Connell, second; But Hanan Shoes, Manhattan! Shirts, Knox q!ho\. ;
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f Ed Woodberry, William Pa'menter-Bea h Haz rd J. D. Wheeler, Fred
; ler, third.
.Mansour, Frank Elmore, Roef Buckley, L. L. Thompson"Newton- St. !j Pole vault-9 ft. 6 .-Butler, Are Coatuled. lines in the '(]MfeonMail ti 5'OTt.
f' !P1 I John, .Frederick: : Langworthy. ;first; Sharpley, second; Carleton, "
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+! 'Ale** White ..... ... ...,.-- ... ..-...._..__.._ _Business Manager ,I t 440 yard dash-56 sec.-Cox, first; \ ,
I u,.; !. : Horace Wilson .......____:_.......-.___..........___._....-AsaistaAt Business. Manager 'Hare, second; Crown, third.
High jump-5 ft. 4 in.-Sallee, .
!i t : Entered as second-class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at 'first; Butler and Perry, second. .

; I f 1 Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of Ma rch :3d, 1879.. / j* Broad jump-22 ft. 4 in.-Sallee,
first Newton, second Pettewa'third v, -
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k1i P..ate-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the
year. '
: ; 1 HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING
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,!'! THE "AlETRO LlS" TRIP J 1 Relay-1 min. 45 sec.-Freshmen, .. .. -

II h Buckley Connell, Norton, Crown. TAMPA, FLORIDA
I I. ';Sophomores, Braddock, Davis, Perry, .,
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Last Tuesday the reportorial and editorial work of The Florida Discus-132 ft. 6 12 in.-Newton, I "
I !! Metropolis was done by students of our class in journalism and ,J first; Hakenstad; second; Gunn, third.
i',: members of our Alligator staff. Negative criticism of their work ;;, Javelin Newton, first; Hakenstad J

I'1' P t!+j has not reached our ears. On the other hand, most positive critics :second 220 ;yard Carleton dash24.1, third.sec.Newton, : I .

-glowing tributes-has been heard from all quarters. The natUral i first Vansickle :
I ; i ; second; Hudson, __ -f.--J-.. .
result is that we are proud and happy of what OUR fellows third. '._ .
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H is to standard, we believe that much of this positive criticim we have Mathews, J. C., second; Wray, third. I CATTLEMEN' HELDCONVENTION LEGION MEMBERSAT
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f r Shot put-35 ft. 8 in.-Hokenstad,
l heard is sincere.
f i first; Gunn, second; Barns, third. Ati
3\ ,,4 i The -University' faculty and students, cannot appreciate too 220 yard low hurdles-28.3 see.- UNIVERSITY
3 Rambo, first Crown, second Brob-
much the great opportunity. given our "embryonic" journalists by's third. ; ; THE UNIVERSITY TO
;i GO \\V. p.BEAa
I The Metropolis. The invitation from Major Melton, manager of I Half mile run-2 min. 9 1-2 sec.- j i f

I The Metropolis, to the class in journalism was the first invitationof :
this nature ever made by a Florida newspaper. Therefore, this third. I 1 I Tuesday, March 14th,* the annual j Twenty-nine men from the Unc'

is,the first time that anything like this has ever happened in this:I Individual scores: 1 J Iti I convention of Florida Cattle Raisers I sity left on Tuesday to attend 4

State. All of us can safely say that this is the biggest opportunity 1 Newton 21. !I}opened! in Peabody Hall and contin-? ( American Legion Convention IE fa'
Sallee (
I 15. _* ued through Wednesday. Over 150 Palm Beach all
al ilk
anticipating
we could have been given, nothing else could have been better. We ,; Hokenstad 11. -'members in i( i
were attendance
: ana the reunion. The Seminole Sun Bs g
have been honored, favored and accommodated by The Florida Rambo 10.,' !
| i time devoted
( j was largely to discus-j the big winter event of the FW<
1 Metropolis, which is fast proving that it is just about as good a I Ij 1 i(Cox 10. j j ision. on tick eradication. : East Coast comes during the cost
j, friend of the University as can be found. '' Butler 10." 1 f' Dr. !Murphree opened the meetings tion which means that betides tin
King 8.Crown .
I with an address of welcome tt the tertainment that the Legionaim"
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cannot
praise too' '
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{:.Cattlemen, requesting them to make put on themselves, the men wm shave .
ly the work of our students. Every man did his work like a vet- ;s Gunn Buckley 4. 5. _. J,| i t emselves at home and wishing then the opportunity of seeing t tk

eran. Every man did better than he was expected to, honestly. No ; Barrs 47Carleton -. I I the greatest success and return from big winter festival in the heart i
one failed. Major Melton remarked after the day's work and the 2. $ the session. Mr. 1 P. N. Burt'ably replied Florida's fashion center.
boys had departed "I frank i to Dr. Murphree. Mr. ifu't Among the enter a'nm
am to say that the whole thing work- Bivens 2. |'! ] was many
ed far better than my fondest hopes.; These boys are all right. Wray 2. 4 followed by: )Ir. Howell T. Lykes of will be racing, dancing, par dei- &t
Connell Tampa, who told of the improving works addresses ail
We want you again next year." Eric Levison, widely known free 2.Sharpley < 'I auto races
3. markets in Mexico and Cuba for the polo, and aerial acls. The danes
;t J lance writer, after he had seen the work of the I
boys, said: "En- Hare 3. .' sale of Florida beef. the Seminoles occur Wdaeai
ergy and speed are the two words that best characterized the 'Ga- !! Vansicklerf 3. s, I Dr. J.'V. Kapp, State veterinarian Thursday! and Friday. -

tor men, and the fact that each edition of the paper came from the i Mathews, J. C., '\ .., ..... i i gave an excellent address on the dipping .,,' The men attending, the convoii
presses on schedule time, without a hitch, is the best evidence of Perry, 3.Brobston. -: I of cattle. He forcefully told the from the University are:
t the class of men who camtf us from Gainesville. Displaying 1. ': cattlemen that dipping was an abso Repford II. Dethe, A. H. Jew

J remarkably unusual grasp of the broad, underlying principles of a ,: Pomeroy 1. '-J lute necessity and the only way to. Gordon H. Savage, John&ReyD i
news Petteway 1. secure the lifting of the quarantine Joseph E. Bishop. C. W ffdweS,-
t gathering and news writing these young men gave every indication | on the cattle industry of the State. A M. Busbee, Charles A. Taylor, H l I
Li. of becoming newspaper men of the highest class and the I I'EABODF CLUB NOTES. |!1| discussion in which all members took son B. Hirt, Edward B. Butler 1.J

I t examples of their work in The Metropolis of Tuesday is a credit to : part followed for an hour. Steward, John H. Smith,:t. A. Yrli.
I i :FI them and to their university." Peabody Club met Monday night, j I I Mr. Garret Murphy of Bradentown, L. Cavender, K. Ifc Whi' ,J
I P March 13. A large crowd was pres. : ]president of the organization, also delivered H/TSKfgkin, J. W. Garre; R*W gi
I! But, let's not enlarge too much on the "we,"fur it must be remembered ent.An I 1 1i an address on "Tick Eradi- i Mann, W. D. Larsen, Pascal E &

i n that we were working under the guidance oCifirst-class; i'i i Mr. Middleton interesting of the talkVas given by t
;I i I.newspaper men and it would have been difficult for, us to have gone in i behalf of the Carnival sophomore which class is 1 the danger of this disease. sock, David G. Chellberg, V- :

far wrong. There is hardly a better newspaper staff in the South to take place on the evening of ,i t to Wednesday the time was devoted Coachman, E. C. Braddock, J<&:

than the one headed by Major Melton. All are trained men from J April 8. Peabody was asked to doi!I i year election and to of officers for *b* taming Lians, Ray Hoskins Horace !

boyhood, i in. the journalistic profession. To work with them for a ''nival i her share a success.toward A making the car- : 4 further discussion_ George..-----__.__Hartraan.________. .....- .....---
day and a half is about the best committee was !
training would-be newspapermen 'i appointed by the president to look I Dixie Beggs of Madiscn, class of of Gainesville last week-end, attetf*
( # can receive. They were not only efficient leaders and directors, 'after,the matter and we feel sure I'l0! was the guest of E. B. Hampton ing the S. A. E. dance.

but they were possessed of, and they showed every characteristic j1 j1of ,that Peabody will do her part.. i .;...---------.- _J--
t hf sympathetic consideration and appreciative understanding of i A very,interesting debate was held. i !
I what it to be The subject was: Resolved, That 31
means... students laboring under the
handicaps to ;
fill
men'jobs.
.- -- s tHigh'; SchoolIen Should be the Chief It
V !Authority, in Determining What STOP I !
LOOK{ READ I
\ To.th8se who made the trip, I could eay much-about the work Mr.Should Mcliinis be Taught in the High SchooL ffiffi
and Mr. Work
t. of everyone of you, but I upheld !
may condense and
say just this: "I anproud ,tbe affirmative. Mr..Peadon and Mr. !fi'r .'
t] of every one of you; weighed in the balances, you were found I II ,Sweeney upheld the negative. The __n._.__.__...._._._._ I

I t not wanting; the credit and honor is yours, all I want is the satis ,judges decided in favor of the nega- !Ii j White ducks ........-.--.-.-_...-..:...."'_....................._...............$z. !
r f.i''I faction of knowing, personally, that this undertaking. was a sue 'tive. The time being up at the end !R Ward and Hughes imported straws from ........$2.50 to $tT';; lt j'
1 ;' cess, one hundred percent plys. +Df the debate, the remainder of the Also full ]line of Shirts with collars attached ..1.25 to $2.50n?
program was dispensed with and the !fi
t t'':. --.--_ .- ..- -- -- :- club adjourned. lfi COME IN AND LOOK MY STOCK OVER. -i
1- { Let every Peabody man be
pre.entnext !fi. !
) HUTTO AND SCHOENBORN Monday night and we will '.0
( win Ii
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k: Tampa, Florida ,that debate from Farr Lit. TRULY
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ICE CREAM LUNCH AND CIGARS -' I I' II
I $08 Franklin Street '[ Dr. Enwald is teaching the Meth. The
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PIRATE DANCEthe sponsible for its success was Duke Spring Suits -

Baya, chairman; Leonard Wesson, ,.
most unique ,affair of Evelyn Regester, George ''
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<&? ," given by the Pirate |bert fassey Wayne Grey. .
flsrsday evening at the I ,; .
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Club. The audis I' FREE '
Century RIDE ;
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decorated in colors of red r-\ The "Baraca Special" leaves the ,I i

,&ck, and, a bluish glow filled I[corner .of Buckman Hall about 9:30 .
The rostrum was arranged I[Sunday mornings. -

fa panexof a ship upon the wa- !! ..:. ,0 -- :,
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g music to the dancers On fraternity, the members of the Sig- <, ';"- .:.- \ '"-->- --' _-. ,r......... _._ _" '
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I large evening at a dance
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g to all,over.the peaceful s-?3.IdnJ was decorated in colors of Purple .." : .
the dance, the light were i and Gold, streamers overhead formj .

extinguished and a Pirate'I j ing a lattice work effect, and the 4 .. ..... .
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i were again turncJ on, in the'center of the rostrum contain- I I i .
?,appeared from the ship and j ed the letters of the fraternity in I -

.el- around the dead b:>d' ,)f him : gold and beneath, among pot ..ferns I II ,

Ea lad carried the treasure Thds 1 I and palms, Hartzells Harmonious_,.:l. -:!=1 -::" L:::" 1I s -
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is iA Refreshments were then serv- *i Mrs. DeForest Christance of Miami, : and visitors were present. and also .................................
ladies from
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ssistine of sherbet and cake. followed by Donald Conant and Julie I *
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the State, which added! much to the
estate of white flannels and l I Mae Sentler of Lakeland. 0
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il enjoyment of the evening. Thd committee t Let your next Suit be a .
During the dance the guests were _
i| Pirates were recognized byIfeent I in charge of arrangementswas : v
t colored i saches. It was ansuYed served in the card room of the Club, 1 ,
Leonard
Jones, Wesson
that the Queen of the Pigs I where the tables were arranged in a Eugene 'i. ; FASHION PARK .
Donald Conant, Sam Lindelie, and l .
lad been chosen, and much sat- I subdued light. The menu consistedof Eddie Patterson. .1
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combinations, and was : I. -' .t on ;
on was manifest when the seven '
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Wit of Miss Annie Lee Farmer of served cabaret style by six young '
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Presbyterian C. E. wants to see 'i : S -
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_TiHe was announced. She was' girls of the city, dressed as wati- I' '. : FITFORM
at 6:30 o'clock.
All the while the dancing you Sunday evening : ;-. t.
M crowned by thee president of the resses. : 1
ifc,s am LIndelie.Es continued. The programs were in ;. "
: "was the first dance to be purple with S. A. E. engraved ingold SIGMA ALPHA FRATERNITY I'I'I SOLE AGENTS !

pa hy this club and it proved a, and hung with a cord of gold. I BANQUET :i I
I RIFER BROS. DEPT. STOREs
pat Kiccess. The committee re-. A large number of chapter alumni
I ,1 Another event in the celebrations : i

----------------..:rlssri-- ii-l I of Founder's Day was the banquet at Gainesville, Florida ,
t I the White House last Saturday evening ,

Lt DROP IN I given by the S. A. E.'s in honor .,! .Jr
I of their visiting alumni. The banquet _:' ........... .. .............

I II table and program was arranged -, .
1-0'I OTTO F STOCK. in the fraternity colors of purple ''i =.-..r..a."I; -s rsxs 1>=ss **

FI and gold. A dinner of eight courses t .r- .. %
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t were made by different members of1 r

1 ,Alteration Cleaning Pressing I IIf the fraternity,, visiting members i on University Rings this week. This is an opportunity you
I the elder members in the city .ft
Phone 354 Gainesville, Florida Beside the local members, those
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If: I cannot afford to miss. Come in and see them.
present were Charles Mann, Fred I .
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w"Z <" ; : Chenowith of Jacksonville; Park Anderson

WHEN'YOU EAT f fat I Ih Christance. of of Avon Miami Park; Bill Short DeForest of THE UNIVERsiTY BOOK STORE % ..

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the Stetson; 'Marshall Carn, J. I. Hackley u .
and Loomis Butch of Ocala; Paul I =- j *. i- ifr i T &''iTrTi E*i FiiBFitTiiii; f "i i 't PT'l

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YOU GETA POP DANCES SPORTIN'GOODSFootball ..


! __ SQUARE MEAL Following the example set this year ... BaseballCHESNUT'S :'
: of entertaining fcr their guests the Hardware of all Kinds .

: gAL PRICE -I afternoon following the main dance .. ".
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I SQUARE the Pirates were hosts Friday afternoon See Us /_ -

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| UNIVERSITY MEN ALWAYS WELCOME ATMcDOWALL'S enjoyed by those_present throughoutthe WEST SIDE OF SQUARE ."

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PARLOR 6. The dancing set of the city and ,
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SOUTH SIDE SQUARE'
university were present, and also t
YOURSELVES AT HOME outoftxnvnsitois.. Hartzell'sfurnished Electric Shoe Repair Department Work Guaranteed ::1
MAKE a_ many t
PARLOR
SHINE
SHOE
the music, and launch was 1

_:: Agency Hollingsworth's Unusual Candies served in the; card _room. ./, ____ ______....__ -4

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NEW CURRENCY, 'BRUSH ifi :

Dtetribnlere of the best in the tobacco world TAMPA FLORIDA '

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I 11 MEET MERCER WED. ARE! ,GOING STRONGWork I .

: 'with the
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II. Wednesday is still being done on the
Florida baseball season opens .
track to get it in the best of condition rIIRNISN L -
ID and Thursday when the 'Ga- F ,
II for the annual State High SMOKEROur 8A R DhlES C
ti! tcrs cross bats with Josh Cody'sstrong .
school meet to be held on Fleming .
l,; nine from Mercer, on Fleming .
1 Field. |1 Field April 7 and 8, in which practi-
all of the Schools in the >
High
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; These are the first Barnes bearing State will participate. It will be lifelong knowledge of choice to- lUG

t' :f m the S. I. A. A. championship andFlorida's very fast. by that time and a good ; baccos, our years of manufacturing experience 1' i i4:
chances look :Mercer
,:;;Ii' good. many r ords_should be broken. and facilities .: "
: 1 our up-to-date are"
i has always beerTa strong contender '
I I The track work is getting alongne ; I .
: ,4.I. for Southern baseball honors and 0 concentrated. on making CAMELS the
mani-
and more interest is being
1!i has been successful several 1 times. < ..
fested since the inter-class meet -. finest cigarette that can be produced. _
I I. I Last year she had an, exeepbonaUIt "
\which was 'held last Saturday. :
good team and claims to have a better Into THIS ONE BRAND put the
one this Tige'Stone, all- Capt.Sollee is showing up well in
i year. :
y It: Southern pitcher of '20, is a member the dashes and in the broad jump, UTMOST QUALITY. A better cigar Sf

I t of Mercer's squad and will probably while Newton is going strong in the! ; rette cannot be made-even form higher. '. ;l'

)tl .; pitch in one of the games to'be played 220 and in throwing the discus. In ... price. !
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here. the inter-class meet Newton threw .
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I the Coach Richbourg reports that the : CAMEL is THE QUALITY CIGARETTE -
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than the S. I. A. A. record.,
t i'f'! Gator squad is in first class condition '
; \ -made for men who think for
,! for the opening games. Hart- Plans are now on foot to have a big

: man and Wallace will p'robably occupy meet similar to the Penn. relay meet- themselves-for folks who appreciate

i the mound and Capt Ward the yearly. All that is necessary, is to really fine tobacco '

t' receiving end.Attempts show, the northern schools that Flor- E

are being made to r-I ida has a track, that is suitable l and, I ONE BRAND-ONE QUALITY-

\ for when the plans have been completed, ONE SIZE ..
range games here Friday and PACI$ AGE. ; a .:
will have track that is unexcelled -
we a
r Saturday: of this week, but nothing;
\ Definite has been heard yet. in the South. / I : I That is the v/ay we keep faith with the '"" -
will be in ,
: There a run Saturday i smoker. ,
; which ;all of the men_will be timed, -
Duckworth (in German.. A Work,
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: and everybody is urged to be out in .
""flon't want this 'n' here : ='0." :
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full uniform. .
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Work No can't the chalk
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; you see
Lady over the phony to clerk in
I Mine that I. drew through it?
department store: "Have you any
Duckworth: ..Why didn't you rub flesh-colored stockings?" I

it out, ? Clerk-"Pink, black or yellow?" II
Work: I never that of that. !' Cornell Widow.
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) I I I there. was little variation in the aver:: i A rifle team using the sertf'rifles

43 During Saturday and Monday be- 'j age per man for each-company. aiHhese will Tie picked latar.-tfi t 1 .

............... .. ......... tween $43 and $44 was raised for the 1 results show. : t kioubt the record made-on tie Wl.. 1'

tIg >..... ... ... ___ 4::: __ Scholarship fund. ? j i, .Company. A, (average per nan)1, '
determine mak5Hf
The two commitees were selected 139.42. .' } the men
j twill
.i) JOHNSON'S. PHARMACY t I to have charge of the operationS on t on this team *,
Company D, (average'per .n n 1 I ; .
t Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods j these two days. On the executive i 137.25. t

We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only i commitee were Kenneth B. hat, j! the 4
: is teaching
j purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered. f ,chairman; L. A. Hogarth, and W. R. i 135.66.CoIII'pany C, .(average' per man)Iii' < LHEwrald' and i.

Gainesville, Florida. ,/ t King. The publicity committee consisted 'i odiat Baraca Class Come ',
-- Company B, (avei ge per man) him. -;
-1 of Jj H. McDonald, chairman; ; ,
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creditable | .,
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. J work and helped greatly toward the !t The Alachua Restaurant and Lunch ROOFREDUCED t

I I HE FLORIDANATI NAL L'::: ---!. success of the campaign.Due ; ,, PRICES

to the_fact that.a tag-day was i. For Ladies and Gentlemen .t
Th New Million-Dollar Bank" Resources Over-S2.51K, .,COQ t
Half
recently staged for the girls'! camp at Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot

_ a __ Tallahassee the amount raised was .' 0........Phone... .... 507 Gainer dIe, Y"I'-:....
:? Y3! YifRTaI! !;)_ S probably not as large as it wool 1 411> >""" 4: .... ...."" .
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THKPUWER STATE BANK I c't I elIey-Miller Music Company .:1

FRATERNITY: :NEWS it DEALER

I. Strong, Safe and Accommodating g T- t,: EDISON AND BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPHS .-

&U1RJifi! !* Omicron Gamma Sigma announcesthe I t AND RECORDS ::
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i Latest
following initiates: H ,M. Brad- I Sheet Music String lnstrtunenand SuppIiII!,
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Popular Goods at Popular I Prices atBURKHIM'S The Beta'Pi fraternity announces ', 'I/' ca CI ,:; !

1. : I) James the following Al. udson initiates, Reuben and M.pledges!M onf: l il E LET US DYE YOUR OLD SUITSANITARY }1: a'

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Lawrence W. Mason, Williara H. t ';-s 11 <,
Keen; Joseph I. Frinklind, rilhur r :--

., H. Gifford, Herbert A. Wilhamsff! '-and il CLEANING &. PRESSING
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Thomas J. Edwards. !
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YOUR OLD.ONE CAN BE MADE AS GOOD AS NEW : ; COMPANY A LEADS IN INDIVIDUAL '

'J ; Bring it to .> SCORES. .I J ,

i iL L. C. SMITH, South Side Square II j French Dry Cleaning andDy<,ing. Phone 675 :>
I I Company A, according to the aver*

lh asp mdi ;dual s" ore made leads the --- .-...eo4 aeaswssdoI

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the Band to Tallahassee succesful h.nhP Of :
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rteING HOUSE )V is
vouched for the
by letter '
below 1 '
from
the Governor to / -
Dr. Murphree. '
r FIRE EATER I men in the Band are to be compli.mented Those' 1 \ ri /' i' y:" s (. i. .

1: upon their successful representation :: I ,,o'f' .: -1The r 7i -" ';.
Swanson in -I of the University while in SLy : ';
"GJoria ;Tallahassee.The '
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BELIEVE EVERYTHING : best'p ce"L.: .
1 letter is ; '
tnesdaf as. follows '
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February 27, 1922.. {t : i : .
Dr. A. A. Murphree, :
Wanda Hawley in t I Gainesville, Florida I II 1 ,, -' :t' ','' >,' .ill Florida # /" .1(: : .. ?.. I
WIFEsiay Dear Dr. : : ; : c : : : .J' i i4V
00)MUCH ,I 'I have Murphree your favor: of Ts.. r :' )j- '. .0_: t> :; ,. _
the ,
twenty- < to
: Shop!
fourth : ., ; :
in reference t the .
Lytell \.ith. $ visit '
Bert ofthe ( \
THAT FAILED 'f University of Florida Band t __ :-'"; ::.: ,: --, ../' ,:, : :' ... ; I"

jlGHT i Tallahassee. Some time ago when ,- : '"-., .
,*r 1 111IY the boys
I II were up here they gave us a :
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GIRLS LEAVE concert out at the Mansion, which. ., :

HOMEMPORTING I was thoroughly enjoyed. They were! \ "iko Store Aocomrnod&tIrt .-
good enough to "
go again too*/ aid
Mrs. IJardee and I not only Write -
appreciated us your wants ; *
the honor but also the l"iri; eg&
\vfeen you'can'l come -
of meeting personally the boys composing .

> GOODS the band. Will you not express .
"Ms the heart of
._ JackscjtviIIe"I
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to them upon their return
out
[ii iiY I I sincere appreciation of the .
r, Football. t I which they were good enough utcfrt to fur- ---'- __ TTHE:-- --- --- : -- --", : -, ',-'."

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Basketbal1QrALITYSERVICE ....- ..."
rsball "nish.With -
personal regards.Very .
I truly yours,
4 1 CARY A. HARDEE, -

I : Governor. .

Baird,Hardware Co. ---,-- ; BON TON

! I DR. .sANBo &S SON TELLS AG.. : ,

.......... I CLtJB OF FARMING IN
,,'MICHIGAN I

"GAINESVILLES POPULAR PLACE" .:./ .. /
\VISITING CARDS Mr. Sanborn, son of Dr. Sanborn '.: '. '" .. t
Latest Styles / who is a professor of Poultry Husbandry ": > -_' -s.. :- "- 7. ,.' 4fjj f-f s'_ I

3ecial Prices t the in Ags the with Ag/an College instructive, entertained and -. .: ,'Stat! < mery,-.:Cigars. ,, Cigarettes, and_ Tobacco, Hot.-and Cold*, ;",Dririk. S. *. -': '. '
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interesting talk on the subject of 1 / \ wAfiftestrlor': / :
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StudentsOrder farming in Michigan, at the club ..
Now! meeting of Monday night, March t,: ; : the Martha -Washington' and Johnston 'C ntli : ',- / '

lose leaf note books Mr. Sanborn is spending part; of the -. \ '. '. v
winter in Florida with his father. f ;
and Supplies i i l\Ir.- SanBorn attended tbe'" Michigan ( '

IP!IPPER PRINTING Agricultural College and went .,-.- 1;

at once to farming. He Has a place ,- 11 J I
COMPANY :
..' of sixtyacres and rents enough'more to report at the Intercourse Track We are all proud of the -splendid I I H .
i to make a total -of one-hundred, fifty Meet on Saturday afternoon 'to uphold ''record.that the rifle team is making r --.5,
J. W. a4.
A
:o I acres the athletic reputation of the : As champions of the
i ENGRAVED ''at. the game for ten. years and is dO-I Ag College. Remember what the I Fourth Corps Area we are .in linefor J l DRUGGISTS y -
I, ing well. football team and the.basketball! the championship of the ,United I. THE RECALL STORE : ,
The speaker discussed farming con- team did. Then take it on yourselfto !I[States. Why not show our appreei- Agents for ,.., '' ;

i CALLING CARDSfor ditions in the light of the after-war come out for some event Satur 3 1 II ation of the honor they are bringing: Liggctts and Norris Cft&dtai, 'J -:

depression. -."You people in Florida day afternoon: if you have anyabil- I I us by presenting them witli a small Gair.-Y .. FitS ;

'should consider yourself well off for, ity or spirit for the Ag. College. I bronze rifle to be used as watch !
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young mel1J Florida not hit as hard in the i fob? They, Reserve it :
[depression was as most sections of the'' Have your razor blades sharpenedat i :.....--. ...:: :'J ,'

Gainesville Daily NewsToday's country. Michigan suffered considerably J about one-third the cost of new j Major Van Fleet is starting''early S H O' -E = s: t tH

,! from hard times, but still not- blades. Swearingen, 'at Ideal Cafe. with the football aquad. By the end
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I i' I as much as many other parts of the opposite Fire Sta on. of the spring training period they-
News Today' United States," said the speaker.The .- i will be well l founded the rudiments B.l\1. TENC H
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grtxwn in Michigan are advertisers. of the \ -
1 crops Patronize 'Gator game. f
similar to the crops growl in Flor- i o Gainesville; 0 ,
4D 4II .e 4fm though the --' "'
ida in many respects ,
' \produce does not move to market at DR. TENCH 1 1 -.
Everything
EIcetrieal
fI f\ E Floida l E vI
'I' "the same time due to'the differences* Dentist t NORAH' t ...
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JOS. J. SEYKORA t in season. There are the small fruit ,I Office Graham Building I I -

'bone 107 Fla. 1!crops like strawberries and raspberries Office Phone: Res. Phone I !I Art and Gift Shop S -.H 0E S
Gainesville
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*SII ; Mr. Sanborn emphasizedthe -- -
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to-the Michigan farmers i --
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of cooperation in marketing these j
.:J. S. BODIFORD crops, mentioning particular the | .. "++......... ."' .. '

and Michigan Farm Bureau which has 4 l.o j ?" : _

been: in operation for three years ....
COMPANY
and highly successful. j .
- has proven (> -
Druggists Phone Sanborn raisesare I A ", '- .' -- ;
32 which Mr. '
: The crops v -' : Drink at _
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strawberries, black ,
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asparagus S.- :rj. : A
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I a large acreage of Irish potatoes. He ._
A. H. DORAN J uses legumes like alfalfa and cloveras P

' 232 East Main, South J soil enrichers after a crop or on i !

Cycles, Accessories;/ Re- I a fallow field. to return to MILTER'SI I 41T

paib, Flash Lights and { Mr. Sanborn expects "
April
Bas ball I Michigan ato4t: the first of .
goods. j
fortunate in getting
( The club was -... .
---- i him to speakIn V"
the business session followingthe -
Where"'Service and Satisfaction Meet :
W. S. DORSEY & CO. address it was voted to pay the _
space in""the Seminole '. .. :
bill for Ag. : 4 .
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Everything
in Groceries 't which amounts to $42. .
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Goodness Sake Drink

ORsEy'S DELIGHT COFFEE t I have All any members ability of in the track Ag. are Club urged who :.+...... .. .................. .... .. .

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I : i I COMMENDS WORK SEMINARY ALUMNI

; I ;.-"> d 1 1j : JEWELERS '. .: t .

j Ht.I I I ,f.,; ;' .; BAILhYof'' : OF !U.! OF F. MEN I HELD BIG REUNION I Jacksonville, Florida :IT;lJ
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\ \\t t ; Compliments Students on the I More Institution Than 150 Renewed Graduates Acquaintances of Old Medals, Class Rings and Pins. Commit :GAp.OF G

J I'r! ; TAMPA Creditable Edition of the. Me-\ in Gainesville Last in search of loving cups or trophies, suit .j

; tropoli? on Tuesday... I Week. for Golf, Tennis or other athletic events,''ii 1

p t ; offers real ,values produced Dr. Murphree received a letter I The East Florida Seminary reunion w find it an easy matter to choose .from selei 1
\ : by our system of operation.SPRING Wednesday from Quimby Melton, which held in Gainesville on
i was ;
I' Vice-President and General Managerf tion packages which we will gladly sendupj
Wednesday and Thursday of last (
I::: \; : I SUITS I. the the work, Florida of the Metropolis students ,who in which made week, was a big success. More than I approval. T..

150 students from all sections of t
: t ',the trip to Jacksonville with Prof. L-
From I' Florida, as well as neighboringStates ". -
; ---or. 'III:1IiiII
Stoutamire last :Monday was highly I ; :: :
,; flI.;r >4'1'' : ::1. FASHION'pMtK I Ii commended. Major Melton complimented were present to enjoy old.friend the ,' .-. --=-'" !/1.:'
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1 : the students on the creditable festivities renew *' + i '
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a The guests were highly enter- 'GATOR RIFLEMEN
; CAMPUS TOGS I I j I paper they put out, and on their con- ship.tained while here. The feature of I+ NOTICE-GYMNASTS. t cf F1ito1'9
the
I 'duct gentlemen during trip.
i as .
I ''ti ., SPRING HATS l'l'I 1 i Mr. Melton also expressed_ his hope the occasion was the banquet and WIN/ CORPS TITLEThe + The gymnasium- eihib t.. and'Teall-
r Wednesday night at the ; i
I.. ,. j that this affair could be made an ball given I + is scheduled for to'clock d lj
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From I White House. + the \
', annual one. evening Of April the i I
I follows I During the; reunion the East Flor- ; University of Florida rifle + All men of ability in \
-STETSON I, The letter reads as : the p& 4i 4 In a
"Dear Doctor Murphree: I ida Eleve Association was organized team outshof-the team of Georgia i+ formance of gymnastic *taiiu If t basebrTburs
i YbUNG BROS. r "I cannot let the opportunity pass I to keep alive the traditions and idealsof I,Tech. with the closest score that has f+ are asked to report iffime& t 1 troUI1C
which
the East Florida Seminary, i
1 I I to write you and tell you how muchwe I I been fired 4o far, 920911. + ately to Dr. Manchester for, I I
i ; SPRING SHIRTS enjoyed having Prof. Stoutamireand for fifty years was Florida's chief institution i j! 'The individual scores follow: + place on' the schedule. ft feu 1 Field

I the young men of the Universitywith Qf higher learning. The |I C. R. Hiatt________............____....94I + particularly desired to hn ta || game,
l1' .! From us yesterday. Association will establish scholarships i I I O. R. Davis_.............;:__... ,........:93 + creditable exhibitiea 4I.ii creWp1ete
r -MANHATTAN/ II "I think that you will agree with 1 at University. of Florida a nd !h,. T. L. VansickeL.._.....7:_..._-....---,-93 + properly impress the aoabeg I U '
I at the Florida State Women's College, j! ...._______........92 4
me that the boys got out a very J1 } D.: G. Graves....... + o thigh school boys who wi I near}
; METRIC I' creditable edition and I know that the scholarships being given to deserving 1,I H. M. Salley' _..........__..-___._._:....92 + be present, and who we iS I il spite
I you will be pleased to know that a111 i boys and girls of the State. ,' C. T. Davies......._......._.................91 + prospective students for Ewif t more
I gentlemen should. !i a college education. Bunyan Pipkin _.:.._:______:......._.91 "Tig
+ + + + ,+ + + + + 1
SPORT SUITS IN BROWN 'I''I "I am hoping that we can.. make '' The following officers were elected: : R. C. Trumble ...?_....._..._..........__91i I ..r.w.I trD
II+ 1 AND BLUE FLANNEL (I this an annual affair, as I believe Byron McG. West, Jacksonville, president -: Jim
+ + +. '+ + + + + + 1
4 ,. j WITH EXTRA PANTS $.15 |that it attracts a good deal of favorable ; Mrs. Carrie McCollum, Gaines-i i t, Total ______....-...__......______920 I+ SWIMMING TRYOUTS. I aim
j' attention to the University and ville, vice-prpsident; Miss Ida Burk- i Though the team won by only 9 + t callAn

:gives the University advertising: that him, Gainesville, corresponding secretary points, they were the victors, and as +, Swimming tryouts will beheld 4
";could not be bought at any price. ; Mrs. Edith Baird Scott, Arcadia :I such will shoot the University of + at Frazier's dimu atm t tha
BAILEY i! "I hope it will not be long before and William
recording this inter-
1'' 'f:; secretary; [South Dakota week.. in the : + pond tomorrow afternoon st *If wa
: j !i I you come to Jacksonville and that R. McKinstry Gainesville, treas- corps match. 2:30. All men interested to I tio
i ,you will give me the pleasure of urer. These officers, together with i I fit
should be preset,
: Franklin Street Corner .1 I dropping into the office. Mrs Sue Hunter Fairbanks Orlando I j if + swimming
-i :Mr. Stump married Miss Wood. + either as contestants' or as Iti
Twiggs II "With best wishes, I am, and Howell Lykes Tampa, consti- {f
'I Sincerely and crdially your frieriU, tute the executive committee.! II I Now they hate tares little splinters. + spectators. wi

\ 1 ''I 1 TAiIPA. FLORIDA QUIMBY MELTON, ,Chips off the old block, y' know. I + + + + + + + + ''I in
I Vice-Pres. and Gen. Digr.E w

,, i it l..,.. .1.E The Florida Metropolis. DR. R. L: PETERSON i .U" !: !fi!: !hfihYi! !fififi! !: ; it

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I'I' : I CHARGE OF METROPOLIS TALKS IN CHAPELDr. C
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-. lof city, and sport editions at intervals R. L. Peterson, a missionaryfrom I Counts for 2OOO.Votes in the
about two hours.
:Birg! -Why is Bradentown the best India, I
gave a very interesting
After the conclusion. of the work QUEEN OF CARNIVAL CONTESTMy
I :ijwn m the world for crooks? I I' talk on the Political Situation of In- /
the men were shown through the
dia, in Chapel last Friday. His talk
Bang-Because the is green, !
mayor entire plant and the various
t ; processes was one of the most interesting that ..... ..........
the chief of Police is Young, and the ,and mechanicisms explained to them has choice is s' nu------.u.-----. I
been heard in chapel this
runty judge is a Fish. ..... by the superintendent Mr. Chairsell. He says that, the cause of year.unrestin Name of.girl. '-
On Monday night the members of -
India today is due mostly to pro- I Poll) atMILLER'S .
the
I party were entertained as the INNIL
Why not shave w.lh sharpened paganda. There are 70,000,000 Mo BON TON or COLLEGE
of
guests Mr. Jess Clark, -
managerof
4 Hades? See Driggers, 36 Buckman. I p hammedans in India and the headof .
the Palace Theatre.
\ Every one I this large religious body wants to &&&SUK5&88&&
expressed a keen enjoyment of the1
be not only the
spiritual head but
t while the added .
of
\ NORTHWESTERNUNIVERSITY program pleasure
the
political head. He also thatif
i interviewing one of the leading ladies says

1 II LAW SCHOOL. one for of the the Metropolis cub scribes was, Mr.accorded C. L.- over the to British the Mohammedans rule should they be would given IL I I A student salesman wanted

; The oldest Law School] in Chicago) Walker. eventually rule India. I /

1\\ i 4 __ Summer Term Wednesday: June 21, The staff as appointed by Mr. In closing he asked that we havea for. this territory
:0' sympathetic feeling for India, for !
Wednesday, August 23, 1922 Stoutamire
editor-in-chief< I it is not to go backward but onward !
Fall Term
Monday,
opens Sept. 25. follows; GloVer Miller, managing
\ The Summer Faculty includes members ,editor; Truman Green,* city editor; under the that British rule. It is the religion -I & We handle a line of novelty
of Supreme courts of the following dominates its program. t
I Ira McAlpin, assistant city editor
\ ;_ States: Colorado, South Carolina, Lance Richbourg and Buck Carlton;, and until she still retains her reli: .importations-ready sellers tot

West Virginia and Illinois. sport editors; T. D. Henley, L. V. as gion a she nation.will never retain )he place i. r -."<-:.f. men and women. Retail prices* "
Requirements for Admission Hokenstad, C. L. Link .* \
E. S. Odom, I .', of 30 per cent to 50 per cent
Candidates for a degree: Proof of C. L. Walker, J. F. Williams, Jr., I : '
satisfactory completion of three years Wm. G. Parmenter, J. B. Hazard, F. judge's decisions were soon forth t "V.: _* ; from $1 to $2.50. Commission
i of college study. "Langworthy, Hubert Weeks, K. K. coming. Dr. Farr, the presiding of- ,[f-:-' and exclusive territorial rights

.} Special Students. Proof of comple- Hansen, R .A. Sias, Robert Wray, ficer, tantalized the audience by hold t It.
tion of four years of high schol or .Fred Mansour, Frank Elmore, and C'I i ing them long in suspense as to the t. granted desirable persons.
:- its equivalent. "[D. Hinckley, reporters. decision.= t -
Auditors Members of the bar who I I This victory is the first that Flor- t Write for particulars toLL
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i'' either cannot meet the above require- I FLA.. WON OVER L. S. U. ida has scored over L. S. U. The i:.

:; ments or who do not ask for credit DEBATERS FOR FIRST TIME Louisiana debaters were fine, clean- s
t ii for studies. i i (Continued from Page One) cut young men, the kind that any A. O. Barks '
3'or bulletins and detailed information f strain themselves, and laughed with school would be proud to be repre- .
I I address Secretary of the Law School,J the audience. sented by, and it is a distinct honor i fE
I 1. Northwestern University Building, 31 1 Each speaker was" allowed five J to have won an intellectual contest ,, 20 E. Jackson Blvd. CHICAGQnTHE
West Lake street, Chicago, Ill: .} minutes for rebuttal, after which the over them. I LL I II'

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