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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 24, 1922
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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Florida. Alligator I* dedicated to Florida's diamond

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Work and Consistent Playing "ostly Errors in Last Inning Giv !

4 4i rlJl Men Too Much for VislWal1ate Winning Tallies to Mercer, Wb
rf florid* t.
4t i Pitched Good Game Wins by 10 to 6 Count.
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01 Was: Well Backed up by His -
i Matesla In the first game of the 'Gator!
t tin -
1922 Intercollegiate baseball schedule
. jretty exhibition of first-class j Josh Body's fast Mercer outfit

. t baD. the University of Florida defeated the University of Florida

. the Mercer aggregation Wednesday afternoon on Fleming
. afternoon on Fleming
ftmSdaY Field by the score of 10-6, in a fast
. rid by the store of 7-5 in the last
.. pae of the series with Josh Cody'setv and exciting affair George Hart

of stick men. The 'Gators com- man, the 'Gators' plucky pitcher,

tii i jZetely outplayed their opponents in twirled the nine innings, doing noble

arty every stage of the game, in work throughout the game, while

site of the fact that they made one Thompson, a left handed pitcher, held
.. than Mercer did. Jim
cere error
the mound for Mercer with a great
IiHace- outpitched the renowned
deal of credit. Both teams made a
Tige" Stone, all-Southern twirler,
run in the first inning, and then
ftftrag: out ten men to Stone's six.
neither side scored until the fourth ,
fia used his head throughout them f
tt period when Florida got two runs,
innings and whenever he was
followed by two for Mercer in the
+ oiled on he was not found wanting. *
fifth. Florida chalked up three in J
ia feature of the
outstanding game the seventh only to have the Mercer

lit deserves all the credit possible Hitchcolkcf; Boswell, p; Duckworth, if; White, if; Gunn, p; lads tally three in the eighth and
ni.the grit and heroic determination Reading from left to right. Top row, 4 # four in the ninth.

that'Bracken, the 'Gators*:plncky Wallace, ; Lester, if; Burnett, if. The 'Gators made some very costly

Stile third baseman, showed when hefek Second row: Scott, Ib; Carlton, of; Hartman, p; Roach ss; Richbourg, coach; Ward c; Bracken, errors during the guao> which was

it out through he entirp game 3b Bassley cf. no doubt the cause of their defeat.
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uth a broken that he receiveda
nose The work of Brachen at 3rd Mae
: tie "warm up" before the Bottom row: Bange, 2b; Blake, utility; Spencer, ,If : Mahannah, if; Work, c; Gray, p.WHO'S ,
game should receive special mention, because t
then a ball on a bad hone struck him he showed the old fighting spirit \

,. a the face. ",, 'GATORBASEBALL I The Engineers think they have a in every minute of the game, while t
Both teams scored a run in the first .monpoly on track materiaL But good "Whiz" Bange kept his end of the ;

t Sfflag,and Mercer led off in the sec- i track men must have all the Art and work going in full swing. The game

; and, getting two runs. This lead was C IRe L E S ii'Science they can muster; and Ag- was a tie affair up until the ninth,

:Wd until the fifth inning, when I gressheness is absolutely essential when a costly error on the part of
; Florida ored'three runs. Florida the 'Gators gave the game to Mer
Personal Write-Up on Ea ,h and !lit I is true tlat good engineering
F*two more in the seventh and Meror A I
knocked a homer in the eighth, Every Man in the 1922 Florida Ii II i knowledge' helps in most track events
I I the Teacher is half the battle, eer.RICHBOUR'G
I in land
hinging: one man. which ended the Diamond Outfit. .
i ring for the day. "Whiz" Bange but for the life of us, we can't figure GIVES

,;,had.the honor of getting the first hit (By H. Weeks) out where the Law cornea in.Gators .

*for Florida when he knocked a three- GEORGE HARTMAN. .I + + .. .. BASEBALL OUTLOOK

t jse over the right fielder's head George Hartman, age 22, height 5 1 + I +

fa the first inning. The excellent um- ft, 10 ,in., weight 175 pounds, is one + NEWS PRlEFS (By Lance Richbourg, Coach)
irinr: of Jimmie i Ryan should re- the pitching +
of the main stays on The prospects for the 'Gaort base
C.!T8 special honors' because both staff of the 'Gator institution. His + trounce Mercer in sec- 4 ball team are very bright. The fellows

t.eams will agree that every decision home is Pensacola, where he pitched ond game of aeries. 4 are all in good condition and

rendered by Jimmie was fair andlqure on the Pensacola High School nine Keen competition and heary entry + are showing the spirit and fight that

and it afforded the spectators for four*years. He is a letter man of I BILL WARD list expected in high 4 will cause any team to win. The

*S00 deal. of pleasure to see a game three years experience, coming. -.-to the-- J. CAPT.. !> school meet. 4 pitching staff, composed of Hart

: --"pirea-- by a man that knew his busi- University in 1918 and playing m Captain Bill Ward, the 'Gators > Rifle team wins from Kansas 4 man, Wallace, Gray, and Boswell, is

aess. The play inning by inning is '19, '20 and '21. George ranks as ighting catcher, is showing better .Aggie. 1820-1736. 4 showing up well, and a few games
IS follows ,I best college pitchers in the will bring them around in grand
: of the indications
% one ,form than ever: before and all 4 ( )UfFEin social sciences to be 4
First, country and will prnbably win A's' his having a most 4 form. The team as a whole is doing .
f Inning, Mercer: batting: | is !I point to 4* given next year.
He j
"starts" this season. good work with the stick and with
Hammock gets to first on an in- j of his He demon successful year Bill, age 22, heigh 4 Governor Hardee will lay cornerstone + I
> kit Henderson out, Bracken to ; well liked by everybody. in the I 5 ft. 10 in., weight 155 pounds, hails f of administration 4 good pitching the 'Gators will surely
excellent ability win a majority of their this
White his of Miami, games
strated city
Hammock taking second on allowing from the wonderful 4 building April 21. 4
"All Stars, | The schedule is
the Jax year. a hard
the with the very
four on
Play. Riles gets to first when hit game three hits in the five I where he played years 4 Lawyers and Teachers won over 4 one; and every will force the
*J tt the only Miami High Schol baseball team as
in 4
arm; Sheppard walks on four out 4 Engineers and Farr
innnings he worked, and throwing t in the year 192C boys to go the limit The one thing
It was
Pitched catcher. 4
balls and the bases are full to face 4 inter-college debates.
the first nine men I in baseball that will turn many defeats
of the 'Gator
Smith seven :that he made his letter on
goes to first o.n balls, bring- .I Thirty band men leave for Savannah 4 into victories is the "old fight
of his
b him., nine, and because
] in Hammock Riles forced out at WALLACE. on 4 to play for Rotes. 4 and this is not true only in baseball
1Io1ne JIM work and fine spirit displayed
: Brachen: to Ward. Poore strikes 22, height 6 ft. 4 Sophs planning many innovation 4 but in every line of athletics.We .
Jim Wallace, age the diamond last year, he was mentioned
o QUt. i coming for carnivaL 4 lost the first of the Mercer
in., weight 170 pounds, a in the All Southern list, and game
1 Florida batting: pitcher, who comee from Williston, at the close of the college term he | 4 Seminole work making1 rapid 4progress. series because of a few misplays

Ba ge triples to right. Carlton out, Fla. He received his preliminary Will probably sign with the Brooklyn + 4 that will happen in any: ball game,

Henderson,. to Smith. Roach singles training at the University of Florida Nationals. Bill will be at the receiving 4 Mat and ring winners to be 4 and Cody's team was lucky to profit
for 4 by them. The team has no alibi i to
to he played medals.
out where 4 given
center, scoring Bange. Roach Prep. School, end ia most of the :ame thiyear. '
at* zecond> reaching first on This is his cscond year, 4 Dr. MeN air to open evangelistic 4, offer for this defeat, but I know
Bassley three years.
the Play. Henderson to made his letter last year. 4 services Monday for three 4 that It will cause them to work hard
Ward out having
everyone, and he innings that he pitched. He will no 4 er in the games that are to follow.
'.;-Smith. Jim is a friend to 4 days. r rt
old smile things this season. .
Second batting: always bears the familiar doubt do great 4 Dr. BeN air to open evangelis-
inning Mercer
famous. ---- Etiquette.
tot 1 I served to make him 4 tic services Monday for three 4
has GRAY.
/ Morgan Stone goes that HENRY
strikes out. in the Jacksonville Soph What is a croquette?
.- balb. Ham-. Jim's performance Gray, age 21, height 5 ft. 4 clays.
Henry I
on four
pitched showed him to be in tip- .t } Rat-Polite way of Baying fig*
;l .bock to second on i game 9 in., weigh t60, is & right hand 4
singles and gets he did not let a single 44444 .. balls. .
Jj: 'tile throw in. Stone going to third top condition reach first; base during the four \ (Continued on pap two)

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I LH jl LYRIC (Continued from pace one) Furchgott's Men Store

twirler of no mean ability. He is
from GaInesville, having played four
I \\1\1/ H 'THEATRESatarday I years on the G.'H. S nine This is I r

: i hfa third season with the ''Gators

\ I haying made his letter during his ,, ; -
j :. HOME. STRETCH first year of attendance. Henry wan :" .- '
I I I' f outfielder last year, but developedinto :: : ; ;
I !l :' ,'Monday- a pitcher last summer, when he : i i> )- I t t played for Gainesville and succeededin : '--
it :
:' Toesiby winning about 16 of the games t1iW best place aU
i'r;i played. With the valuable experience
t j he should exhibit a classy brand of 9
t' f! in
Mae Murry baseball this season.HOYT t. |
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t i F Carlton, 24, height 5 ft. "
II' Bebe Daniels in. 1 age >>
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10 in., weight 160, is the 'Gators 1t _, _. to shop! |
; NANCY FROM NOWHERE I fleet-footed outfielder, and bids fair .-.' .
:. to have one of his best years in college L '; ;
Jj baseball. He comes from Wau- .
; Thursday and Friaay chula, where he played one. year on 'r--- :i:
::1'.; FOUR HORSEMEN OF the Wauchula High School team as :
outfielder of worthy note. Thisis
6 H : TK Store AccommodaUr\Ajr j
; his second season with the 'Gator .

:.;;1 1" ",. i"; 'rt stick men, having made his letter last Write us your wants
; ': his excellent work. Tulley"
t ,', year
'.: -I.; iI. ; possesses great ability as a base run- when you can't come f"in
,W' .
,ner and as a hitter. and just as he i
Iii, : I : SPORTING GOODS covered himself with glory during the heart of Jacksonville{

I ., .the past football season, he bids fair
.' ." g i Tennis I Football ''to basebalL do the same thing this spring in, >>. -- ,_. .-.- -. '- .- -,E -- -__,

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ti\: \ Baseball Basketball I

1.: Eric Boswell, age 22, height 5 ft.
QUALITY-SERVICE. 9 in., weight 160 pounds, hails from f

,, I i,. Inverness, Fla. He played on the'
I :< ; Baird Hardware Co. Inverness n'gh'Scbool team for four THE BON T01S"GAINESVILLE'S
,ij ; years where he achieved great success -
with the stick. This is his sect

l I J : land year at the University, having -
I his letter last season by hard
\ : : work and earnest endeavor. Eric's
'VISITING CARDS 'success lies Inabl1 ty to put the

Latest Styles I ball across the plate r ; in ,such a waythat

J \ Special Pricesto I his opponent is unable to see Cigars Cigarettes and Tobacco, Hot and Cold Drinks '
;lit.i .. .Eric is well-liked: by everyone
i I Students I and always has a pleasant word for X

I I: :' ;; Order Now! everybody? Agents for the Martha Washington and Johnston CandiesBARL t

Loose leaf note books SPENCE BROACH. E

: and Supplies Spencer Roach, age 22, height 5 ft. .I
9 in., wefght 155, is an infielder of
; PEPPER PRINTING I ability. He is a letter man of two

COMPANY :years experience at the University.

His home is in High Springs, but he BASSLET. DeFuniak Springs,. where he played I
i iH I j received most of his preliminary Earl Bassley, age 23, height 5 ft. I I four years on their high school teamas J. W. M' OJ.LUM & CO.
training at a school in Charleston, 11 in., weight 155, is an outfielder of a. catcher. Work, an "F" man of DRUGGISTSTHE
L ENGRAVEDCALLING South Carolina. Spencer is a valuable -i special mention. He is formally from |r 19, is fast on his feet and a sure

I man because he can play any,II Wauchula, but he .received most of,fielder. Though small in size, he is REXALL STORE
j I position on the infeld, and is also his preliminary and learning I certain to make a name for himself Agents for
CARDS one of the best base-stealers on the at the.Bradford High School !! and for Florida this season. ,Liggetts and Norris CandJ
club. Spencer is a hard working lit-I ; I ----, r.i,Pyrite .,
I t I where He played four years as a :
t ,; for young men tie player and no doubt will do pitcher. He is a freshman this year, I WADE.HOHANNAH.. .

i'rc great things. .1 I I and is expected to do great things I Wade. Mohannab,. age; 22,. height 5

I :4 for Florida. ft.,10 ;in., :weight 160,'pounds, ia3 an
Gainesville Daily News ED. BLAKE. i| S
1 infielder :worthy ,0f special mention. .S' HOEH
Ed Blake, age 21, height 5 ft. 6 .
LEE.WORK. His,homeKat FL: ;Lauderdale le,>where
I Today's News Today of in.,no weight mean.ability.145'pounds He, is is an from infielder Chip-I Lee Work, age 22,, height t ':5 ft. 8 he: received a, grea" .,ideal of his, preliminary B..M. TENCH ]
in., weight 155 pounds, is: a catcher. :training,at.UKJ.High,&1:001.:
ley where he played four years on of ability. He, hails from (Continued three i
no mean page: : )
the, Chipley High ,School, nine. This O Gainesville
i is his third year at the University, ,
If I Everything Electrical -1 having made his letter last year.He TENCH ;
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t held down .second base last E FloridaS
I and is giving some enthusiastic aspirants I. I II
d: Phone 107 Gainesville pia.k |t' I a hard battle. Building. ;I HOE. s
j"t : Re* Phone: Art and Gift Shop
._ 369-J Pictures and Picture Frames ,
1 !I II HOWARD B AR CHEM. __ _ __ 4 --
+ u Howard Brachen, age 21, height 5 I "'rii r
I ti J. S. BODIFORD ; ft. 9 in., weight 160, b an infielder ----- ---- :

andCOMPANY j who hails from Palm Beach, where ..............................................,ii
he v
attended the Palm Beach High
Hi' .
j playing on their crack nine one year.
This is his second with the! .

!! ,____Druggists___ : Phone 32 'Gator men having year made his letter + '
f. last season. Howard holds down : ; Drink at 11

1 ------4 third base and at the rate and speed ", ,
j F'r. A. H. DORAN I with which he is going now, he shouldbe : : "' i
'I J t one of the best in the South at the -

E i.i i.I". ,Bicycles, 232 East, Accessories Main, South, Repairs I hot corner this year. :
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i t'l Plash Lights and I JOE WHITE.Joe I :: ; : MILLER'SWhere I

.....,' ,--Baseball- -goods.- MO!I in., weight White 160, age, pounds 22, height, holds 6 down ft.. 1 ., ,; "
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= the first sack with ability. He is a .
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i ; letter man of last year in which he : .
i W. S. DORSEY CO. J( starred as utility man. nlaying catch.. ::' '> ';.

I; I, t Everything i in Groceries I j er, infield, and outfield. His home :.c< } : ;.-.-. Service and Satisfaction Meet ,1
town is ,Gainesville where he -.-
/ t I For Goodness Sake Drink |! played .
four years with the G. H. S. team + .
1 #r 1.DORSEYS DELIGHT COFFEE II | as a catcher. H< is widely known! .
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Eugene Leetcr'age'; 19;height''5 ft WANT NOTICE. ., "
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| it1.fcfTaBJpaV "" There wiU be an important meetingof f
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second year with the deal Gents Furnishings
'. )II of his die "S1r d&Ji!
I preliminary Sewing Circle in
Bide his letter last training at
!,hag lit was a utility infielder he Sewanee played two Military Academy, where Boom No. 82, Buekman, Wednesday at The New Store t
' with little I years oa the team night. The folowfag charier
,f jad a mow in the infield : mem-
,With the stick, will makes is a-fast man and positions. "Squawk" bera, are especially i requested' to be All new goods at lowest market :
I proficient with the present: Skinny prices
: Williams
fir,"as he displays fight stick, and should.develop-( founder' ;
the ball diamond. : a:crack HenryJ-tilienthal, president
4 vbHe on baseball man during the ; Benja- I
season. He nim's'ml1 Sollie A. C. SMITH
is to be complimented Lowencough, & COMPANY
for : ; I
SCOTT. his faithful $& and Jtniala'Byrd.Presbyterian .
Scott age 20, height 6 ft. 2gkt I can ,be seen almost at the practices; he : : South Side Square

195 pounds, comes from chasing the horsehide every afternoon a E. wants, to see
York. This is his around the you Sunday t
New diamond. evening at 6:30: o'clock. '
)eIr cat, and he is trying for .
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He received some good FRED BANGE. I J -

.ke it p1afed the Dunkirk first base High for School four', in.Fred Bange, age 21, height 5 ft. 8 I ............................... .................4'

: tt Achieved great success weight 160 pounds, is the fast : ,
!c little infielder
daring the from Hanover, Penn.
gridiron He i.
sea-I played four
years on the Hanover
from the showing
tsJ High School
on the
bids fair to make his infield po-
HV he sitions i
and won much praise for his ;
gis year on the baseball diam- excellent playing and "Good Enough" is
hard work. It \
I is very interesting to watch "Whiz" not good enough -
handle the bait He -
; GEORGE HITCHCOCK.fy seems to possess i'
over the
Hitchcock, age 21, height 5IL quick on his feet and accurate pilL in He his is in Porter's Fitform Clothes for young !
145 .
pounds comes
,j the Doval) High School where year.throws and should do good work this men and older men who want to stay .

I four years in the outfield. : young. In the tailoring of these sup-
is in Jacksonville. This is ,
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erbly styled garments the "easy 4
LEFTY way'
;second year out, and he is .
:for a position in the outfield. Lefty Spencer, age 21, height 5 ft. : makes way for the better way and ,
'. petting up a classy brand ofT 8 in., weight 150 pounds, comes to : "How fine l/
[ can they be made? crowds l
i.a should go far in making a nford. He played on the
. .. ;berth for himself this. sea-I' 'I'-ford High School team for four out the usual manufacturing question/ ,

'years In the outfield. Lefty is trying : -"Ho wfast can they be made?" -.

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1 ,t University Men I I out-- for a berth in the outfield this I HARRY SNOW. and is trying out for the outfield.

.' AZALEA TEA HOUSE year, and has god chances of suc- Harry Snow, age 19, height 6) ft. positions. He is a "rat," and should

- cess. 10 in., weight 150, is a left-handed make a dandy man next year.

----- ----- -- --I If "SHORTY" GUNN."Shorty" twirler from St. Augustine. He attended BOB DUCKWORTH. '

f*; FIRST NATIONAL BANK I II Gunn, age 24, height 6 where ie the pitched St. Augustine for them High for School four Robert Duckworth, age 23, height
l Incorporated 1888 ft. 6 in., weight 200 pounds, is a j 5 ft. 11 in., weight 150 pounds, comes ;
Harry is "rat, and from
' $150,000 I pitcher who knows how to handle years. a from Orlando. He played the .
Surplus I on
$100,000. I the experience that he has, coupled
the ball. He comes from Jackson Orlando high school +pam for four
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDAWeaver's t with the showing that he is making'I
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ville. "Shorty" has bad an advan- I years at first base, and did good
I out on the field this should
tage over most of the players in that i year work there. "Bob" is to be com-
... .-- --- make someone hustle for a position. I
-- reach, seven league mended for his faithfulness
----- he has a long in going
variety of legs, and a correspondinglyhigh out every year.
Steam LaundryFOR t elevation. He is a hard, earnest HENRY G. McCLENDON.\
tl and faithful worker, neve rtiring in Henry G. McClendon, age 19, height Join your fellow students at the
his efforts ,to put forth his best for 5 ft. 8 in., weight 165 pounds, hails Methodist Baraca Class on Sunday -
[ HIGII CLASS CLEANING AND PRESSING f ff old Florida. from Tampa. Henry is a good man mornings. .....

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Glover Miller _.}.,_. ..-__Managing Edito reaches nrsc, Stone going home. .
KObert Wray Assistant Managing Editot third and reaches :
mammock gees to UNIVERSITY MEN
j ril hard Sias w.-...,.......,. Sporting EditoJI .ome on catcher's error. Riles knocksa ;;

I Hubert Weeks ._._ _L4'. ;, ... ..._.._.._.. ....... Assistant Sport Editor low liner to Roach for the secondjut. t 'f
Rooert iece ____. ...Society EditolRarold
Sheppard singles and Hender- Demand value and style :
}:f' KJock ,_______ Exchange son gets to third. Smith strikes out. : .I' r '

< r f' ; K.. K. Hansen, Ozzy Bie __ _Personal* Florida batting: Society. Brand Clothes .. r. :
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II i REPORTERS Bracken singles to center. Spencer t
j i strikes out. Wal- Hanan Shoes, Manhattan1 Shirts, Knox Hats
j ti' Ed Woodberry, William Parmenter, B each Hazard. J. D. Wheeler, Fred strikes out. White -I :

;. W ,..Mansour, Frank Elmore, Roef Buc kley, L. L. Thompson Newton St. iace goes to first on Smith's error. Are featured lines in the'.Girideons*Storv.Mail ) ;
second an attempt
.' k John, Frederick Langworthy. aracken out at on I -!

[R t.! t BUSINESS DEPARTMENT co steal third. orders at specialty. >-., t
Mercer batting:
Ii i : Aleck White ._._...........___..._...-.. -...._,._. ........Business Manage? Third inning .. t J
Wilkes out, Bracken toVhite. .
r Horace Wilson .. .. .Assistant Business Manager I
infield hit, and reaches -
\n(: Poore gets an ;
ti;j Entered as sec nd-class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at second on Bracken's wild throw. K. :>r: ; :{

t t,r f. Gainesville, Fku, under the Act of Ma rch 3d, 1879. Morgan singles, Poore going to third. ".
I Stone strikes out. Hammock Strikes -' ;
f ; Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year.
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1 ;j il.-t! t -: DRINKING AND THE HONOR SYSTEM Bange knocks out, Riles fly into to Smith.Henderson'shands Carlton TAMPA, FLORIDA :' j 1

I qI t 1 f;,- The honor system at the University of Florida is one jf the for the second out. Roact ,, ,

I : .greatest assets our school has and no student can call himself a pops up to Henderson. t III 1

i ,worthy wearer of the Orange and Blue unless he does all in ..his Fourth inning, Mercer batting:

}ii I tower to uphold the System. ..It's sole purpose is to allow the stu- Henderson out. Bange to White I I
} Riles singles through short. Sheppard
dents more freedom and a chance to prove themselves men by put- t
walks, Riles going to second. ,. .
tl U:t ting a man on his honor when he is taking an examination or in Smith strikes out. Wilkes goes to :- .._" < '.' ', ,._ = _: = --'- .

r I'i' ;1' any other way competing for place in college work. I first 'on four pitched balls and bases I -- -

) i When a student at a University proves himself a habitual are loaded. Poore out Bange to I scratch hit, Carlton going to thinx.an Mercer- 8; base on balls off Wiiiaa- .

d drunkard he is no longer fit to hold a place along with the other White. I infield hit, bringing in Carlton, 6; base on balls off Stone, 2; fat

(II I ; students. No man admires another who continually jeopardizes Florida batting: third. Bracken out by Wallace 10; struck out b
;i Bassley walks. Ward flies to left, ,Bassley going to getsa
a student body by his use of intoxicants. Stone, 6. Stolen bases, Bassq"! >;
)}a Bassley going to second on theshortstop's hit bringing in Bassley, Ward going Roach
1. '
1 There is a movement afoot on the campus to put the use of wild throw. Bassley to second. Spencer pops up to losing,pitcher Winning Stone.pitcher, Wa.ae! :;

I intoxicants under the Honor System. Should drinking be an offense steals to third.. Bracken flies -to center Stone. White strikes out. Umpire: Jimmie* Ryan. >,

1 to the Honor System? Should the Honor System be so and Bassley reaches home. on the Mercer Batintg, bth luring: Time: Two hours i

weakened as to have a thing of this kind incorporated within its play. Spencer singles to center. Henderson singles thru short Riles: J

plant? If so, how many of the students of the University of Flor- White strikes out. knocks': fly to center for the firs + + + i
Fifth inning, Merger batting: out. Sheppard_flies to Carlton, Hen.
ida will feel that they too are making a breech of the Honor Sys- x < -
Morgan strikes out. Stone, singlesto derson going to second on a wild! .'I
tem when they see one of their friends drinking and fail to report left on a slow ball Hammock throw. Smith knocks a homer, bring- + SPORT NOTES.

I it? Not one in ten of the student body will report a case of drunk- forces Stone out at second. Henderson ing in Henderson Wilkes flies to .

enness to the Honor committee and furhermore they will not feel fans out.Florida Roach. + + + + + tt 1
like they are breaking the system when they fail to do so. In as batting: Florida batting:

much as this is true, the Honor System will be weakened if it be- Wallace gets to first on an inheld Wallace singles to right. Bange Go out afternoon and E
hit. Bange gets an infield hit, Wal- gets a hit and Wallace is out by the every
I comes necessary to include drinking in its code. There is no doubt the fellows Bange and Work 1111
lace going to second. Carlton sacrifices fielder's choice. Carlton gets a hit
,r, that a school will lose its good name abroad as well as at home if at this baseball game, occas JaUl
advancing the'men
on base. and Bange is out at second by the
the student body has a reputation of being drinking outfit there- using a Gunn to Ward off the DK&
; I singles to left, bringing in fielder's choice. Carlton Jo sec-
goes that all the balls and &&$
: fore there should be some step taken by the student body to wipe Wallace, Bange going to third. Roach ond on a wild throw. Roach knocksa Scott free.

I out as far as possible this unwelcomed situation. A student body steals second on the play. Bassley long-fly to right for: the last out. go r

; can congratulate itself if it is wise enough to see the danger of intoxicants pops up a fly to Stone. Ward singles Ninth inning, Mercer: batting: I Back baseball, boys; the best W

1 t on the campus but very unwise if the move to meet this to center, bringing in Bange and Poore singles. Morgan gets to first ten brace up with boosting.: Belies

t danger is made thru the Honor System. The faculty should gov- teal Roach. Ward out, on an attempt tc and Poore is out at second. Stone :in 'em; brag on 'em.
second base, Morgan to Hender strikes out and Morgan to third! '
goes i -
ern such cases and if necessary be given all the adi that the student
son.Sixth on a wild throw. Hammock strikes Wadda we gonna do t' th' 1't1lJive
I r body can offer. If the faculty is strenuous, enough this evf! inning, Mercer batting: 'em mustn't-say-the-M

i* can.surely be wiped out without weakening the Honor System by Riles singles 'io center. Sheppard out.The line-ups and scores: -wonJ. I

J making said evil an offense to it. We have no room for drunkards aunts and is out at first, Riles going Florida ((7):' Bange, 2bj; Carlton, __ ,

t 1 i here and if a man continues to hjirt ,the student body by1drinking co second on the play. Smith knocksa rf; Roach, ss; Bassley, cf; Ward, Cj; There was a little boy named,W4 j r

after he has had one warning he should be shipped with- long fly to center foe the second out. Bracken, 3b; Spenser, If; White, Ibj; Of baseball and such he was to --.
{ Wilkes out, Wallace to White. Wallace, He took his bat,
p. up
lOut a hitch, and there is not a question as to whether or not the Florida LAnd
batting: Mercer And his ball spat
on ;
((5)): Hammock, If; Hen-
I I ... proper authorities know who is getting drunk and who is not. .Bracken out, Henderson to Smith. derson, 2b; Riles, 3b; Sheppard, rf; made a home-run in a Fori !f

Spencer knocks a- high fly\ tn..... ....A6U".i..i>+, Smith, Ibj; Wilkes. ss; Poore, cf; -r-- -- =---tt
t The student body of the University of Florida should be reaching first, and wben fielder drops Morgan, Cj; Stone, p.
ashamed of'the representation at those two baseball games Wednesday the balL takes second on the play. Score by innings: | JOHN B. SUTTON 1

I and Thursday afternoons. Is it possible that some of our White walks on four pitched balls. Mercer ............ __........120 000 020-5
Wallace strikes out. Bange fans out. Florida ......-...-. ............100 130 20-7 j Attorney-At-Law
(Gators think that their support is not needed, or is it a case of a Seventh inning 1 BankTAMPA Bldl-
Mercer batting 301 Citizens
: : Home 1
E = lack of that old 'Gator Spirit? Now, don't sit back there and say Wilkes singles to center. Poore three-base hits runs, Smith; I FLORIDA
i Bange; Two-base j 1
you had some work to do or had a class. You cut glasses after a gets to first and Wilkes is out at hits I .
Spencer; Singles: Florida 8, _ .. ., '
night with the sweet young thing and you get up your work to go second. Morgan gets to first on $

t to dance to the movies, so why not sacrifice for those fielder's choice. Stone walks. Ham- == '.
i a or a boys mock .... ..... ..... ..6
fans out. Poore out - --
at ;
who work for you and your school? second.
Florida batting: I

l 1 1t' Bracken out, Henderson to Smith. Bedding Pillow Cases
'' What the student body needs is a copy of a yellow journal, but Spencer knocks a high fly to right t :

it wouldn't be a very diplomatic act to put one out. However, reaching! first, and when fielder drops t ,Sheets, Blankets

some young man who has a gift of keeping secret or two,has a the ball, takes ,second on the play.

weak mind and a strong back may try one and see if it won't set White walks on four pitched balls.! I RIBBONS RIBBON *

some of these sleeping beauties afire. Wallace strikes out. Bang fans out. I OrifrnES. pg\'i
r Seventh inning, Mercer batting: MADE TO SPECIAL

Wilkes ,singles to
I Special mention is hereby given the Athletic Editor and his center. Poore
jets to first and Wilkes is out at I We Keep Everything for Your RoomQualHy
assistants this week. This is special baseball
a edition and they -econd. Morgan\ gets to first on fl I II

have done diligent and extra work in making it a success. Welder's choice. Stone iralks. Hammock f

walks. Hammock fans out. I .
: ?oore out at )
s cond.
: Have your-razor blades sharpened ***. Enwald is teaching the Methodist Florida batting:' I '

;' 1 at about one-third the cost of new Baraca Class. Come and heal Carlton reaches first on. an infieldnit. Sendeerd 1fi' -
I : him. .
; Wade Roach sacrifices Stone to AINESVILLE'FLORIp4II '
; j Swearingen, at Ideal Cafe. I
I ____ V..ith. Bassley
gets to first
i: on a'ass'et' .
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1 I 'Gator advertisers.
>\ steals second. Ward .. -
gets J ---- ----.__ _

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I; ,ti i Brents : Let your next Suit be aFASHION :
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GAINESVILLE" FURNITURE COMPANY April 6th-Serpent Ribbon Society .. :. :

V 4 Dance.April 7th-Kappa Alpha V Frater- PARK:.: .,.<.' t,
s Victrolas and Records 4 0 _. '._ : ., .
f. nity Afternoon Dance. OR"f .,
7th-Theta Ribbon Society
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Dance. +
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t April 8th "Coronation. Ball." SOLE AGENTS V I
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the Masquerader's Club enjoyed a 4 j
I dinner at the White House. After a V i
OTTO F STOCK : : : .I talk by Father Conolly, and Ian Mc-: .........................+.4444

Killop, the retiring general manager, .
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the gathering was turned into a busi- 4i: :' -4. 7'7''t : :
-- I ness session for the purpose of elect- :

Alteration Cleaning Pressing ing officers for the coming'year.. WE ARE GIVING SPECIAL PRICES, : .. .

Phone 354 Gainesville, Florida I II Beginning with the dance given by
$ I the of the 6th J. on University Rings this week. This is an opportunity you
[1.._.. ...... _ .. __ .... __ __ __ _- at the the Serpents Woman's Club, which will b* -- '. ..>.,.

......... <_ .; .....;r -- r'--, formal, the dances for track meet I cannot afford to miss. Come in and see them. r"
will follow in the following order.
I i V. WHEN YOU EAT Friday afternoon the Kappa Alpha

at the fraternity an afternoon will entertain dance at their their friendsat fraternity -1 THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE .

home. That evening the The-
The Gainesville Cafeteria tas will entertain*at the Woman'sClub I =--, ..,- ,...
at an informal dance. Saturday -
J YOU GET _: afternoon the members of the I I
Alpha Tau Omega fraternity will be
at home to their friends at an afternoon \
at a dance, and Saturday evening at Football Baseball -

SQUARE DEAL PRICE th University gym. the annual Coro- Hardware of'all. Kinds :...
nation Ball of the carnival will be .
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held. Collins Orchestra from Tampa See Us :.
.. will be up and furnish the music for -'
these affairs. J THE THOMAS. COMPANY : .

The "Baraca Special" leaves the
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corner of Buckman Hall about 9:30
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i CREAM *! Sunday mornings. -
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is in excellen tcondition.We
Our team : tI
AT HOME fine schedule of I t .
MAKE YOURSELVES : have a games. "
Electric Shoe Repair Department Work Guaranteed J
Let us back the boys to the limit; t 5
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' MARCH ,24 1922 60c PER YEAR- sity and"given Nf
1 II. :: r1: VOL.NO. 4 ,
DO two..of thexaan

ii t The Alumni Supplement is prepared and published by the Alumni gives promise of no a great wiU: ..A .: ofw

I'i 1 t library What idea has ?become 'iftJ Membrial; < I Association of the. University.! The Alligator staff and, the University the''ministration.University under the pr y"III ': isos

I I fit i ;' ..$:. authorities assume no responsibility for anything publishe din the The University [ I':

f. What has become of the MotherSwanson will give a [ eS:
i Alumni Supplements Lion in the evening at whiff 1
I !i Fond plan t.hqlclt iCt
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Governor and
; : .jti "" .4t the first

I t t t i ; That> our rifle learn- has been doing THE AlAlMNI ASSOCIATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDAPAT beD State of will the receive assisted Lady by cf J I I t *tb:

4 I t.i:1 i i same: shooting_ JOlli'iSON'Pres. HARRY. THOMPSON, V. Pres. B. R. COLSON, Secty. ,tion jnffitary faculty.ball win After/be.t riTa e ft

i ''t;: Tim our enrollment is well ever. ., Kissimmee, Fla. Pensacoui, Fla. Gainesville, Fla. the Governor and his staff,1Idt.b. I titi

$ .ttie- tfiousand mark? that time a display of military pjn, D
c + J Jj trary: ,dates and might as well hare captain of the Yale Freshmen in and blazed its way to the finish in a'' technics will take place. B

j ', -''bat Major Van Fleet**is SOME oeen set at the soon, eleventh and 1917. And he won his letter at the series of victories that made the other f

I 'i I' Commandant.. as well as SOME twenty-first years. It has been ju-r- New Haven College in 1919 and schools sit up and take notice. The FORMER U. OF F. STUDEa II
.': yoach?" gaited that adjoining classy rhouli 1920. The reason he made no letter University team was never in danger. MET A TRAGIC I t

I, :r'I;. J ave their reunions together. the {I in 1918 was because Yale gave no After the tournament it was pickedby DEATH.
: ". : THANKS class of '12 has its reunion ths year. fetters that year. Acosta played the military authorities to repre- ILf
:I ; ": \.,by not arrange. to have the class I guard and tackle. sent the Fourth Corps area in the Sam A. Echols a former stadat J 1f

former : of '13 call a reunion: for the same The high school seniors of the state National match for the championship t of th4 University of Florid*, TIa

I ,;; time TLikewise will be glad to hear that Acosta will of the United States which is now hot and killed by a negro sear Jij, 1t

..i i sire suggestions and criticisms of the the classes of '16 and 17 be their coach in 1922. He will have on. Santa Rosa County, Florida, peb. 1t

Alumni Alligator. They have been might both arrange to hold reunions entire charge of the Freshmen, even The team has defeated several oth- 24th. Ii an argument with Yr, t

I tl solicited repeatedly without result this year. By this arrangement one to arranging the schedules. And the er schools of the first water in dual Echols the negro became earijej f

M I I: till'the last issue. Just after it came has an 'opportunity to see so many Baby 'Gators will be a great team. matches, not only in the South but pulled his pilot, and fired fire &1IatIal I

1 cut the editor saw Mr. Stoutamire more of his school mates. What say all the The Mr. Echols. Two of the baHeinflictfd 1
over country. greatest
''I sad repeated his request for.' eritit !-I you, classes of '13, '16 and '17? I FRATERNITY INITIATES. victory being the one over Kansas which proved wounds fatal in the vietiaft body !

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m. -,.
t State which last year had one of the Mr. Echols !
"! t, "Well said Mr. Stontamire WHAT OTHERS ARE' DOING. 'was a student h'u.reachers .
"you I Kappa Alpha; Tom Clark, Frank best. teams in the country and has:
rely told the truth in that'last is- 3 College from 191W7 Hi
f Wallace
HadloW, TJrlin Myers, Robert this year had an enviable record in
I Oc November llth the : was an active member in several allege \
I"I sue. Frank Elmorc. Moses Guytoa. its own district.
J: ,h; "Is that so?" replied the editor j} of Georgia "Went Over the Top"' in Frances Campbell, Harry Lee Creary, i activities. "Sammie," as he vu
J ';f with: a pleased smile, "About what?" their thirty day campaign for a memorial K. M. Brittain, John Bize. John A. The team deserves great credit for commonly known, will be remember
the hours of time given to the most as being connected with the
fund of million dollars Stodesti.
;;, Y "You said you got it up in a.hurry, one JIurphree and Jack Massey.,
\'', N r- .replied. The subscription secured totaled $1- Alpha Tau Omega: E. B. Wood- trying work as far as nerves and Pressing Club on the caapss.
124,76544. muscles are concerned and it will go He left the University to join &
i We.thank your, Ralph! berry, W. H. Cotter, C. E. Webb, J.
Hard on the close of the cam- A. Davis ard Frank- E iPftn!. down in history as one of Florida's U. S. army and served OTeneu

VHAT THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION paign it was announced that the General Theta Chi: Robert Clark, Alexander -. great teams. As far as gaining pub- Since his discharge he has been a

IS NOT. i Educational Board had donated Skinner, Marion Hendry, Ar- licity and honor for the Universityit ating a large farm near Jay,

$100,000 to the university of Georgiato hur Clouts Robert McClure, Henry need take off its hat to none, as it He has been married about twos ems'x,

} be used for increasing salariesof Lilienthal, Homer Howard';' William has truly shown the 'Gator spirit, and leaves' wife and cal sea.
in his travels has often
I -. been greeted like this, "Why." hello, the present professors and for livens and BartletL that spirit de corps that makes the many friends regret his death

\ old fellow! How are you? Say, I the employment of additional teach- Pi Kappa Alpha: C. D.'Keen, Ann fighting teams.;
ers. "Noth succeeds like ." Jones Snow WHO'S WHO A.'iD WHY
lg success. .j Harry and Louis Bouehell -
s Cot your letter the ether day and I
On February 22nd Auburn launched .. -
a haven't sent you the: money yet for -:I GOVERNOR'S IDA Y APRIL 21ST.
s r rm.A little short just now, etc." The a thirty day campaign to raise a Sigma Nu: Gene Lester, Julius Albert Hayne Walker II

+ Editor ,tells them that the letter they million dollars. Reports are that it I Allen, Bcr- Howard, Victor Hull! That infinitely small causes fiftel
I received must have been from the is going splendidly. We 'don't believe !Hubert reeks, Curtis ''Warren, Maurice State Executive to be Honored by the lead to world-important moveisfatl

I Alabamians. will let Georgia i ii Home, R. A. McBrayer, Jim University in Elaborate Program of and result in achievements eotinJf
i Florida Advertising Society Society.or They, the ,):i"put it over" on them. 1 I Clark Ray Dickson, Frank Williamson Military Events by the Battalion. out of proportion to the impellaf i iti ia-
: reply that it was. They seem to 'i. Economic conditions in Georgia and I.I Maurice Shultz, Robert Newton --:--- w _" I fluence, is evident in the lif?of AltetItayne l

I i f think that they are ,all on* and the ;;:Alabama are in worse shape than at -d i Howard Moore. Governor Will Dedicate the New. Walker, president cf the Florida

t I same. i ig t :any time since the Civil War. While j 100,000 Administration Building School for the Deaf and the Bhr I.

I g The Alumni Association ot the! Uni North j Florida has felt the depres RIFLE TEAM SETS HIGH STANDARD : Assisted by His Personal Staff and It was a small unfertunate fo>y-'
''t sion, the State as a whole is ii FOR YEARS'I'O COME Board of ControL
deaf Pidcaej
: Tersity has no connection whatever j jti mute-to whom Newton
J splendid shape. Babson that : >
1 :; with either the Florida Educational : reports Walker, the grandfather, reacM out

r.}: j i Society or the Florida Advertising South.the financial Florida hasn't: been touchedby In Defeating to Date Some of the Gainesville, Fla., March 24.-Dr.: with ready sympathy in his desire t w

I r 1:1: Society, the alumni of the, University I Wake Florida depression.! Largest and Strongest Colleges of A. A. Murphree, president of the help him carry ,his heavy burdeaaai,;

\ I : l' are among the moving spirits It's up the Country' in Rifle Competition University of Florida has set aside in whom he became interested, tin!: *

i. I'' I hboth organizations. I your move. the Florida: R. O. T. C. Team Places April 21st as Governor's Day in honor lead to the establishment of a da*I I f

1 t Ii I i, The Florida Educational Society is'i FACTS ABOUT THE UNIVERSITYOF its Alma Mater in Front Rank of Carey Hardee, Florida's executive for instruction, of the ones thw af'.

t *' society which proposes to aid the GEORGIA CAMPAIGN. Class in United States- who will visit the University on flicted and from this class sprsa1 1 f

1.4 t University and to help worth, while that date for the purpose of laying school and therefrom a great state I*.'
;.1' students to secure an education by Remarkable Record Commenced with> the stone forti1 r!
corner of the
:.: Total amount subscribed, $1,124- new $100,000 stitution in South Carolina;
-Attending' financial assistance. 765,84. Winning of Fourth Corps Championship administration building which was still the effect carried for it deofethe r;
i ;;i The Florida Advertising Society 11'i. in ';.
I' Number of subscribers, 4,840. Which the Strongest recently awarded the University by father in devoting his life to ft!
; Affiliated with the above ff
to some extent Schools in the
South Were .
Average size of subscriptions Defeated. the Legislature. and again bi .
232 sake of the
I j j j i ,bat: is mainly interested in promoting same cause.
:39. 't In honor of His Excellency Governor them subject- -, lel-
I }, athletes at the University of fj. sons among: our
Number of alumni Florida.
: j. Membership is restricted ee
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I :ri r 603. Gainesville, Fla., March 24.From by his military staff, which is generations of the Walkers
i to graduaacs or former students Land .
I Total of alumni sjUk.Jptions what was obscurity, as far as rifle composed of the ;
:i !in- either organization.. I j' $682 most prominent men\ given all their talents, all their
a The Alumni Association of the.I 949. 8. competition is concerned, the team of of letters of the State of Florida, the' forts, to bring a ray of happiness fete I It'
i Average of alumr:: s ri Vcnptioni, the Reserve Officers' Training University I nigfcl, !
'] i University of Florida Is restricted in Corpsat Battalion will put on an the dead silence and the eternal
-3 i membership to, graduates and format 262.37. Y, *2'! Tj I the University of Florida, has elaborate program of military athletic 1 1of unfortunates and have helped theb2 ;
j Number of :, -"'.\_...nm subscribers sprung into the limelight the events '
: past for his entertainment ]
j students of the University of Major:| to bear their burden more
'" \ TJorida or one of its precursors. Its I 2,2S7. month with a series of victories that Van Fleet, Commandant has outlined( making of them useful members cf -

t purpose is to "keep alive a sentiment Total of non-alumni subschiptions,- is nothing short of marvelous for a a series of competitive events which i j; society and giving them an inter*I ;-

; af 'affection' for cur Alma Mater, ,j$441,816.46.t of "; team that is composed of men who' will be both unique and interesting I,I in life along which they may becess.
Average non-alumni
I unite' the graduates of successive tions 8UDsCripI for the most part are doing competitive as well as instructive. It is proposed proficient despite their handkJ J JI d',

; II years'by a common'tie of fellowship1foster I $196.15.Number of shooting for the first time. to show the Governor: and his staff bringing to them that spirit of co '
:J I the feelings of friendship and 111.Number counties subscribing Last fall after the Inter-class Rifle the workand play of the unit .that:( tented resignation with an inexorab*!I'sf

1 i bve toward each other, promote the of Competition Tournament was held a will furnish most of Florida's officers :fate.

F 1 i welfare of the University, and en-I,( states subscribing 36. squad of the best, shots were turned for the National Guard in years to I; Albert Hayne Walker was barD i I

ii murage: education." :|.YALE LETTER -MAN over to Captain I. E. Ryder, ,the team come. Spartanburg, South Carolina, Mate).1-'
i I The object of this notice is merely coach, and Sergeant D. B. I The Tuginia J r-
Hundley and
I I TO BE FRESHMAN program will conclude 27, 1870, a son of Dr. N. F.
I ... to-let the Alumni know which is which his assintant and they were instructed with Battalion eifit'a .tt'
FOOTBALL COACH. a parade and reviewin (Epees) Walker, the farm
II Mid why. 'j!i,r I, to turn out a team representativeof I honor of the Governor at which native of Spartanburg, South .C :

I the University. That they did, ,so time, accompanied by his staff he tine, and the latter of Lanrens.ia --
kit\ \ CLASS REUNIONS.If :, The University of Florida has added ;s evidenced by the wonderful show- will inspect the battalion.The lame state. They now make the ft'I
; I another Floridian to its football ''ng made thus far.
I exercises of laying the home South Cam
corner- at Cedar Spring,
tf, I has been the custom of graduating coaching staff. John S. Acosta has The team entered "d
'# classes the Fourth Corps stone will be impressive, as it will be lina, where ,is located the state JC
'i I 1"-1'1'' .; thb, ..fifth, tenth to and plan twentieth reunions for been employed as Freshmen Coach at \rea Tournament: which comprisesnearly symbolic of the University's future. for tho deaf and the blind* of..Ji1 .
the .
years state institution. all the schools .
., aftatrgradnation. These were arW- Acosta is a Yale man He was Inter-Collegiate Athletic of the Southern The administration building, tblargr.st the father is president, be1ng.b1111 -:;
I Association ever planned for the Univer Continued on Page Seven

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WHY? -- -- --
o'S AND i icontinue.i about results which ;
only ---- -
a few I(
ago were not even thought years G. Curtis Crom, Jr., was among !which was responded to by Hon. W. I i the word abolish had never been'" f,
from Page Six. I Ij of.rthe those s summoned I N. Sheats one
instruction received in to Washington by > of the oldest living I

U b1 his son, William Laurens, so thorough and carefully the school selected Is Secretary Hoover for the recent radio I I teachers of the E. F. S. He gave abrief' ;ji used.Mrs.. Kate Denton was introduced 1

j charge of the active managethe that its pupils become conference i history of the school and said !'as the oldest living teacher, having
dtba useful I
of institution.: The 'Rev. bers of society in the truest mem- Capt. Wm. H. Crom and wife are .II. he was in favor of, a permanent, or- taught in the Seminary 47 years

Pickney) Walker, grandfather of the word and to this result sense traveling Europe where "Bill" is ganization. .Mrs. Truehart Bodiford I

,object, had the distinction_ of highly laudable endeavors of Presi-the spending his furlough. They sailed rendered several vocal selections and i ago.Rogero's Orchestra gave several de
of this school, which dent Walker about the middle of February and was heartily ,encored. j'
gionnder have in lightful selections

; a large and Mr. Tony Ro-
meas- :
twelfth of its kind in theStItes. ure contributed will return about tve first: of ApriL The .corresponding: ; secretary, Miss I of
fc gero gave a enjoyable
: group
j In Capt. Crom will report directly to Ida Burkhim, read regrets sent in songs.
ThQ grandfather wasi recognition of splendid service Ft. Sill where number i Mr. Bill.Bivgns represented the students .
he is an instructorin by a of
i of South Carolina and in rendered the 'University of the State found i of the University and gave his
i of the aviation school. While in it impossible to attend this
Florida "
of the in :inimitable
clergyman Baptist 1916 conferred "Sermon. With the singing
t Me a him the upon Europe.. Capt Crow and wife will year, but who wanted a permanent "
of Old
ga married, Martha L. honorary degree'of Doctor view : rould Times be Forgot
I many of the ''important battlefields organization and'promised to be at
D- and ,it was< through bro- of Literature., I" and inT; roll call 'the floor:,"was cleared for ,dancing,, !
spend some time_ Parisand next year. 1
Z of his wife, John Marion Hugh- Miss Dr. Walker in 1896, was married to Rome, where he was fortunate Short talks were made by Col. which w&s_ enjoyed until an early t E

that his attention was called tobfete Betty Rawlings, of Columbia, enough the Chas. hour. :
g. South to see crowning of the Lovell, Adjutant-General; T. R.
the deaf and dumb. This Carolina, a daughter of J. B. : On Thursday at 11 a. m. all wen +i
of Hodges, Shell Fish Commissioner Dr. '
and Pope.Wallace ; f fRobinson'sf
Mary J. taken, to Palm Point
Rawlings once known
toer passed away Thanksgiving residents of C. Parham, B. S. E. E. Wm. Flake, dentist of Richmond, -as :
Virginia. Dr .and ,Point: on Newman's Lake:
pgi912; ;at the age of eighty years. the Mrs. Walker are Proposal Engineer, Switchboard Va., Dr. Hodges Pound of Jacksonville for ,
of regular
parents two children old-fashioned picnic.
deaf from birth and the Virginia Commercial Department General ; Mrs. Edith Wynn Hunter and
I.33 Eppes and Lilah .Mrs. Etael .Mcllvaine Dale
Octavia. hail't
father decided to educate him, Capable, Electric Company, Schenectady, New Prof. Brinson. t'
earnest and conscientious in man of this committee and the delicious -
equip himself for the the per- York. Mrs. Carrie LaF. McCollum, chair-
BJ to letter formance of his duties lunch,thoroughly demonstrated :
waited the only state school Dr. Walker avid Lindsey White. B. S. C. E., that in arranging this reunion the her
W has demonstrated ability. Nedless to
in his ability to ably of Natchez, Mississippi, is rejoicingover local committee had held several disorderly say every- .
deaf and blind then exis-
: fill thing
fr the the important was enjoyed and had we !beenyoa..would
Hartford Connecticut 'I(Ibis' position to which the arrival of a son, David meetings' in the old study ,
at s en have known '
-, state has called we were ;
acquainted himself withsethods i ie him and his sin Lindsey White, Jr., born January 20. tall, and laughingly remarked that,
.we he I cere efforts are deeply appreciated '17 the one who'had caused the, most school bqys and girls again. Many, .
there pursued and on by all who pictures were taken and after ,the"eats"
j I are cognizant thereof.He Ira M. stu- disturbance
McAlpin, a graduate was Major W. L. Floyd
instruction ,,
to give
began the
tit return bas chairman called order
an authority in his line dent of the Teachers' went i loved an
College, to ( by all the boys and girls at-
I t }boy Son other pupils came I[and his advice is often the vote. was, taken on the motion
sought Jacksonville March
and by 13-14 with 'the tending the dear old E. F. S. duringhis
.attend the lessons a class was heads made to organize which
of other institutions. permanently,
A kindly class in journallism and the Alligator thirteen years of professorshipthere
.-edand grew in numbers. The man of even tenor, .he meets staff to put out the four editionsof ). She introduced Major Floya was unanimously carried. Then ,It-
4(recognizing the importance of motion was in order for nominations
everywhere with ,
appreciation and the the Florida Metropolis. Accord- and he told of the former arrange t,
fc Walker's endeavors, decided up- people of St. Augustine who come in .ng to all reports Mac was largely ment of the old building. The rally f the result being as follows: Byron \
&e establishment if a state in- McG. West of Jacksonville president
s touch with him are ever ready to accord responsible for the success of that closed with the singing of "Auld ;
&toa! and made him the first sup- 'him their deep respect. :Mrs. Carrie McColum of Gainesville
undertaking of University students.He Lang Syne.
of the The t' 1 Vice President Mrs. Edith Baird
rstadent ., same. grandget ( ;
i : has had considerable newspaper The guests were then taken out
devoted the rest of his life to Scott of Arcadia, Recording Secre-
Copied from "Florida Past
Pre*- experience. to the University ,of Florida to view
6it work, passing away during the, enf and-Future" by George M. Cha- '18 dress parade. Many were extremely: tary; Ida Burkhim of Gainesville

(tse cf the Civil War. Dr. N. F. pin, Page 348.ALUMNI. I W. B. ("Rat") Hathaway, M. A., I urprised 'at:the magnificienee. .the Corresponding Secretary; W. R. MeKinstrv'jdf .
tier, the father of our subject, .- ': Gainesville.. Treasurers -
is still teaching English, Latin, and -u ding and grounds. -
ni i Jerring at that time in the cause ;NEWS NOTES. Spanish in the practice High School Wednesday night March 8th, will Howell'T;f JLykes, Tampa, Sue Hunter ,

t his country in the Confederate I 'and -Summer School of the Teachers' always, remain vivid, in the .minds of Fairbanks: Winter Park, were elected !

bay i and l upon the death of. the ,'99 College. He just can't- leave the University at) who were present ,at the, resuming |I to the executive board.

bi of the institutio was called Capt. .Arthur R.: Whither is 'connected and the University' just can't of t e, old! ,Eeave banquet-held The organization :voted to establish

.tese to succeed to the office ofpe&at with the Military Departmentof get ,along without him." 'Besides it the White House Hotel-formerly two*bolar8hips in memory til
of the South Carolina State the of ,West the the E., ,F. S., one, to the University
University Virgnta.J I leaching above subjects, supporting the xJormUory for girls. __ I i I '
ibol for the ,Deaf and the Blind, His address is care West "a,family, he teaches a Sunday After all had .;mingled in the. lobby, and one to the College for Women. .

iti l$ position he, has ever: since University, Morgantown. Virginia. t I School class every Sunday at the Major Cadet ,Fletcher Burnett announced I I|This" willfce! raised by subscription
fcU,\laying brought about a numler Presbyterian church. that Mess ;Call would be and it was.voted that a member-

: f improvements and innovations 01 I Clarence B. Maloney (Pat) who founded ,by Bugler Sol, Mass: and all ship fee of $1 t be> made, whiA was

oi fcstitated 'new methods which Sam T. Fleming, F. A. C., is working secured :his Master's degree just before must "mak a run for the table. No leartfly;endorsed.. :

"ta molted: in perfecting a system for the United States Department 'leaving for the war, Is nowcruising e<*on-1 call was necessary. | Leaving Palm Point the students 1

!far instruction that is second to none of Agriculture as agricultural statis- in Florida waters in his The banquet table was lovely with went to a base ball game-U. of F.

ifte country. Dr.: Walker has stud- tician with headquarters at the Experiment houseboat "Alona."' He has been at, its many vpses of dogwood and azaleas vs. Jacksonville "all stars;r:,U. of*F,

i id the question from various points Station, University of Flor- Miami this winter. I II i ; Tansies being snrinkled over wirning: 9 to 1. ;

alias! gathered a great deal of ida. Sam is still an unmarried man, I I '20 the entire table. Eli Futch had to There were many little dinner 'par-

Aerial! from 'experiences of other but, just the same, is doing splendid Dixie Beggs, who: is practicing law recite "Mary had a little Lamb" for ties Gainesville Thursday night, giving the

to who work along the same lives: work gathering farm statistics from in Madison, was in Gainesville duringthe being the last one to school, that is people the pleasure and

ad,practices ,pursued in other ,intibfasa month to month. Only seldom does High School basket ball tournament h ?ner lots to sit down. T. R. Hodcres jr'vilege.: of again entertaining theE.

instituting such measures he get. "lambas catiQns" from .the and attended social festivities.E. w-.<* taVpn 1 hv si"iws< when. toast- F. S. students.

a the ,management and the courses press of ,the state for making estimates H. Hurlebaus recently resigned !"'8st r Bu'"ntf: asked him to d-aw a The reunion came to a close:Thursday

instruction as 'will result in the .which seem "hard to believe." his position with the Gulf Fertilizer r'"t re of his ab pnt wife. N'tur-. night with'', a reminiscence partyat

;Wfest:good. Dr. and Mrs. Walker '03 Company, Tampa, and has accepteda Pity} he dry A "*?!ih.! Mav 1'lnvdt,14vp : Epworth: Hall, which was one of
general superintendent. tpU".1.tfnl talk the "FastVnTida <: the most enjoyable times as every
wthe position as It on
: parents of five children' ; B. A. Meginnis, F. S. c., formerly cf a large oranrrowing 'leompany.. p"i"'a1"V.." He s"' 1 althoughthe one had a, chance to really go back

3orace Eppes, who ,ably ,serves, as county judge of, Leon County, Florida His headquarters is to be' in Pinellas: school h*. been nh 1J..he'J vp4s to the-dear, .' ::'old! school 'days and tell

**&:cf educational department ,is now just a plain everyday" county. Married No. a..o. it mould always Jive in the all they should" have done and all

i: the Tennessee State,School, for. the, lawyer, but'he, Is doing well. "Ben.n Robert L." Wes*morei nd isstill rrnrt- of fJ'ole! who re'"e'ved there they did not do, including many1; *" es-
IfAlbert; Hayne,' of ''this review; the World War
"Judge was' in' .
or capa es.Next
working with the WilsonToomerFertiliser' ran Ptinn fhp, e. He, u"'e-Pd that wet
Pickney, whose hopeful ca- as a ,Yi iJ} M.' 'C.: A. inane :He is married Co., with headquarters 'at -..,.' mp_ lov'i'r. in tit m A".a.". tote : year we hope to make: thin
: Tae rothort by the hand, of and has' two or' 'more children.; Orlando. He had the misfortune 'to IT. of.te.;. and the State College quite a feature by asking all to.brim

4m 1894; William Laurens, who Francis B: Wirlhrop,' F. ,8.c.., is ose his sister quite suddenly a monthor (,,- 1V"n.. all relics they have. 'There_ were+
* charge of, the active manage- law in his ;old Town, Tal Irt.., ,, *
practicing' two ago. 117. n. Th mttCl ,VI'! a vp.yf" many pictures, uniforms, "Reveilles?; '"
**; of the South Carolina State lahassee. He' represented his home F. s. 17 .o-oQtinq<< t..11r n" "Tn'tinQ t1-t"! etc., displayed that called forth much

41 under the presidency of the county., Leon, in the State Legislature :. Gen. R. Mo elev wa quietly mar- TT..M.*|..etr* n* TH'**"'?.! in i.inoav111e," merriment. Singing of old songs ana

>f ber: and Virginia Eppes, the wife '. for several years and always !.'I ,led to M'ss' LOuts* Cloud of Avon tT. *9\A\ ft-at f\nft of the at.nnneQ" giving the old yells ended one of the

: ohert M. Hitch, of Savannah, ]'I voted right, especially when it came 'ark, :March 8th, 1922. winfn f.vrf>r of (:A1tlaQOillo 'i "q most successful reunions ever held.
tcrgjL I I IHayne the other -
'to education and progressive ,.
i 1. .It. w'+p"1 rp "r' mace 'hv t"- Amrng those present from out-of-
"Frank- -, "Uhy,
At Walker grew o boy- measur-s. \ EAST Fiowm SMINARYREUNION. *i.! F .Q. 11-1 }.AI' sirJ nts' lnval suoporc t 'wn, were:

xd under the beneficial influences being a large holder of the ichest in all rarts of the State. Cot Lowell, St. Augustine.

f father 'and mother and early ink land of Leon county (extensive up in the livestock red- Dr .Conradi i being unable to be our Mr. atd: Mrs. Harry Cannon, Day

,b 'hill sections) and an Br Ida C. BurkMm jr"es*. e't Dr. N. G. Dodd. dean of :
tame imbued with the tona.Mrs.
'jetofolness toward his less fortif owner.J A gathering more than ordinary the college f women, in his place, : Manre Ro-by, Davtona.

brothers, with whom he came !I 0 nteest tand marked by unusual: enthusiasm an'! he t H of the wonderful work I i Mrs. Mabel Parker Gilbert, J Esfimmee. -

*n b I contact. received his Will Yon recently moved from was the reunion of the students <<<'one bv the p-irls there. He asked: .
He I
:"ratory education in the Wofford Miami to Ft. Fierce where he Luce ha!* of the old East Florida Seminary tl-at all statements relative "to the I II .! Mr. and Mrs. Casque -Jackson

,tin, School at Soartansburg. South accepted a position with the St. held here on March 8th and two great institutions of learning as vi1J e.

IJ'Ilina) with} the degree of A. B. in County Bank._ 9th. I I{ Godless institutions be braided as Dr. and Mrs. A* "es. Orlando., .

(The success Hs father had at- v 'J3I the I The program started with a rallya !i infamous and: defended the two col- Dr. Prund. Jacksonville.z""W

used along his line of endeavor de- I E. A.. (Dummy) Taylor is nw : Epworth Hall, the old study hall le"'es, ,saying the personnel of the s E. Endel. Jacksonville.'

ed Hm in his career and he ac- proud father of a ode n A large number assembled in front of rolWes worked to the end that the Mrs Gertrude Davenport Jackson
The :
, tie position of'teacher in the February 151922. we the building and it was wonderful to students might b etrained physically. rille.
School: for Deaf and Dumb. name is Vivian Lucille. Yes, t see tt-e greetings to each other in m-nallv awl morally so that they Mrs. Eula Pearson. Jacksonville.

Baiting:! !: in that connection for six meant "proud." baet'b the old familiar terms. It indeed may take their proper places in fie ;}fro. Wilds. Jark-onvill .

xn and removing from there to Leon B. Thrasher (Skeet the) is Gancsi carried one back to the glorious days .world and be a credit to their State. Mr. Tamer, Ja-ksonville

:Tennessee School for the Deaf, Gainesville surveying the Stale when were were all boys and girls TL** last speaker was Dr. A. A. Mr. Hixson Jacksonville. t

"*? he acted as head teacher until i I ville-Micanopy road,This for is to be a again, enjoying the delightful period I Murphree. President of the Univer- Mrs. Lulu Knight, Ocala. r'
e Department. rtv of Florida. He discussed the Mrs. Georgia D' Jacksonville
Mme to Florida in 1902 in the Road ,of school days, for I don't think a-y I rsey '
cf R-ad N:o- 2. of the University: W. H. Shu'tz, Orlando.
I r-arvelons
;{?%" of incipal of the education- portion ,"Alma Mater" tors ever had such a progress .
!-apartment school. 14G. in her students' heartsas I ant Id us that these were enrolled Prof. Sfcests, Tallahassee. j
; of the state wil marry warm place
:11 able services along this ]line were I Curtis Crom: Jr., York City- the dear-old E. F. S. The meet- i n"w 1T23 students :which came ass Dr. Dodd; Tallahassee. k

'Srecognized: and in 1906 he ,was r.tiS Alene Ri of New in t 'e hiT was o. er.ed wit t'Ie invocation, t undprb It to many even in Mrs .Duke", Kentucky.Mr. .

'bite j to the position of presi- Eaturday, bi: h twenty-fifth the Comer, given by Eev. I. C. Jenkins. Dr. Gainesville. He asked our loyal support ; and Mrs. C. Merchant, .MaSI-

:ot'! He has instituted a number of -Uiue l;.* en ArouJQ Jim Dell delivered the lddress of and said they were a continuation sun.

:: : oration that have proven greatl jr] Gainesville will be one of the pointstinted welcome in a very cordial manner, of the old school, and wished that Continued on Pave Eight.1VK0 .
a the
the during
benefit cf the pupils and bring :

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I i,' De.FunIak Spgs. _Apr. 6 _Fla_.. Palmer College ---- Golf Tennis or other athletic
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The degree of Bachelor of Arts in Spirited Fights Put Up by Contestants g MILLER'S BON TON or COLLEGE INS
1 -. -MANHATTANMETRIC t the Social Sciences is to be grantedat for Honors in All Weights in ,

the University of Florida in two i Wrestling and Boxing. EfegfiHrara
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years, by action of the faculty of the Medals .are to be given to the I
: -\VILSON. BftOS. : ,, College of Arts and Sciences and the winners of the mat and ring tournament t
Board of Control. I and -the winners in the inter- I'' ST. PATRICK'S' CATHOLIC CHURCH

{ : : SPORT SUITS IN BROWN This new course of study has been class and interccollege meet and to /
planned to meet the needs of those I the three men taking honors in the t East Main Street, North
a t:i. I !AND: BLUE FLANNEL ,! pentathalon.. S
to enter the vocations of
expecting '
; WITH.EXTRA PANTS $35 business journalism and social and'I The six winning boxers are: t Rev. John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector. Telephone 62) i

public service, and for those desiring'Strum, who .won the featherweight t .4I I
L AILEYThe|I general college training without taking -Ii j title, Hume being his opponent in Sundays-Holy Mass and Sermon. 10:30 a. m.eveuB; 11|
: I the finals;Young, who took thmidgetweight e t
B the amount of foreign language: services, 7:45 p. m. .
title Rosier
I Clothier required for the A. B. degree or the Walsh, who froze on over to the lightweight ; t : .
amount; of physical ience required Weekdays--Holy Mass, 7:00 a. m. x
crown against Torretti.. Thewelterweijhi t : .
# Franklin Street, Corner fQr"the B. S. degree. '>ix year hours
title went to Davis,
I I: i! S w Twiggs instead will be of required twelve in foreign at language for who tookstle decision from Case; t l Special Lenten Services"Wednesday evenings 7:30: p.;a
as present
I I : Pomeroy oJ( th middleweight from
,- 4 TAM?A, FLORIDA? the} A. B. degree. Students electing Wyatt, and.''.Wallace\ (\. gained! the heavyweight .t Subject Matter: "The Means of Sanctification." &a#1

.! I \ this course will be required to major. ,title
I by his victory over
I either in the department of History Champlin... vOn : evenings, 7:30 p. m. Subject Matter: The Church of Christ

and} Political Science og in Sociologyand the mat, Rosier wrested the i iI '
I 1 i i Economics. They will be permitted I middle-weight title after a stiff bout .& .., _ 4I .- ... .. _..
Ii.! > I NORTHWESTERN to elect part of,their work in any with Young, Bohrer took the feather-
SEMINARY OF menuSummer
J f j UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL. of the colleges connected with the weight title, winning from Driggers. EAST 1
REUNION. Quarter
FI i (The oldest Law School in ,Chicago) University. Those preparing for bus- Leisher,a lig t-weight, won over En-
'' ,', Summer Term, Wednesday, June 21, iness, for example, may take those ; nis, and'Davis took George Stanley Continued from Page- Seven. J
I : j Wednesday, August '23, 1922. courses in the Law School which are for a fall; earning the welter-weight Mr. Byles, Windson. First Term-J'une 19-1:11 .
; Mr. and Mrs. S- Haile, Ocala. Second Term-July 31-& I
\ Fall Term opens Monday, Sept. %5. of most value tq the man in business, honors* a Pomeroy and Mathews
I" J The Summer Faculty includes memBers or certain courses in the Coll.!gn of wrestled' ( ? one hour to a draw: Mathews Mrs. Sue Barco, Clearwater.Ira The Summer Quarter is aak t
j,. a of Supreme'';courts of the follow Engineering that are west importantfor lacks only two pounds of being J. Carter Newbery.T. part of the University: fa
j ing' States: Colorado, South? Carolina, the business man hiving to do a light heavy, and he expects to It. Hodges, Cedar Key. courses being the eame In
I t t 1 leave. Mr. Kilgore, Wildwood.Mrs. and credit value as in the tthP
+ .'j ,..t. West Virginia and Illinois. with structural work or mechanical i middle-heavy class soon by x'
S Requirements for Admission devices. I :adding on those two pounds of meat. Scott, Arcadia. ters of the year.

t"'J candidates for a degree: Proof of It is expected that the faculty will i Raasch, after a highly exacting battle Mr. Pyles, Ocala. Degrees are conferred r$ IS
j I Mr. and Mrs. Price, Brooksville. and women for summer work.
i on the
y satisfactory be
Ii completion of three yearsi enlarged to meet. the increasingneeds crown over
W thdh. Mrs. Adams, Kissimmee.Mr. The Master's Degree m2'tamed
I ;
i College study.
i of the University that
I ...J Special Students.'. Proof of completion a short time the yourg men of Medals are also to be given the Dowling, Jacksonville.Mr. in three Summer Qtf *
I four first and .second : Parker, Jacksonville.Mr. It offers opportunities UMS
of .
; years of high schol or this and adjoining states will be able place winners in j
$ : .its equivalent. to get as good training for businessand I last Saturday's inter-class meet, except -| Petty, McIntosh. the South and makes a jtrM2
S Auditors. Members..' of the bar who public service in Use case of' the relay race. Prof. Brinson, Ocala. to teachers seeking broaJe-1
i :, either cannot meet the above require- Southern Universities.as at Indeed any of those the I This teem will probably be. presented Mr. and Mrs. Pamar, st. Augus ship and training and std wider }
ments who do with f. banner. contacts, and to college
or not- ask for credit tine.Mrs.
I '. a. for studies. entering as Freshmen next year will I I The fourteen first and second place(' Edith Bean Littlefield, Geor- siring to complete degree re;
For doubtless be able to get the full benefit -I men in tfa. ments.
5 bulletins and detailed information ; the inter-college meet will k
:., .. address Secretary the Law School, of this change as several new!!likewise be presented with medals. I r Mrs. Edith Hunter, Eustis. Attendance last quarter 24

,: I :.S. Northwestern University Building, 31 courses are planned for the immediate -! In the pentathalon, which will be Mrs. Sue Fairbanks, Winter Park. twenty-nine states and foreiP',:

t Vest Lake.street, ..Chicago, IlL future and these will be inereased -:held probably two weeks 'after the Mr. and Mrs. Sol Mass, Tampa.Mr. tries. 'S
(: % in accordance with the demand ;inter-college meet, the honors will Howell Lykes, Tampa.. The most beautiful and unl"* :
VI' A CONCERT and with increased appropriations.= In Ito, the first three places. The men goI I Mr. Bill Pemberton, Tampa.Mr. pus in America. ).

.1.._ ". ../t was late one'Hioonligtit night, harmony with this new plan arrange- 'who win these will alo be entitledto Hancock, Punta Gorda. Accommodations at ,-Rf!
t .. And the stars were shining bright. ments have been made for courses in medals. ; Mr. Jones, Callahan. rates. Tuition for non Pu
f' There came a wave of notes Accounting and Transportation i in : i Mr. Wingate, Callahan. dents $15 per term.Entertainments J.
Trifling from'n lot throats." connection with the Summer School in [ PERSONALSPete Mr. Wright, Callahan.Mrs. 1 musical

addition to the regular work in Economics Harris was in Tampa on business Pansy Metcalf, Dunnellon.Mrs. excursions. j.
First the clear voice of the leader and Sociology. These courses a short time ago. Turnbull, Monticello.Mr. For illustrated folder sad
i Rang out above the rest; will be given by Professor Eldridge Grunthal, Jacksonville.Mr. nouncement write to

Then the others joined in chorus Hart of Rollins college. In additionto ; 'Phillip Conroy spent last weekendat Byron West, Jacksonville.. CHARLES G. 1IAP1IIS, ..
". Trying hard to do their best; his college training at Brown, Harvard his home in Jacksonville. Dr. Flake, Richmond, Va. ; University, Virg

As they would when hunting up and London, Professor Hart has Mr. Conyers, Greenville, S. C. -eta,
I A nice big meal of rats. 1 had( twelve years of practical experi Mr. George L. Hossfeld, world Mr. Crippen, Chicago, 111. | Why not shaft vth

And who were these performers, ence in railroad\ and municipal ac champion typist, will give'a demon ,blades? See Drag
I But a.;lot of husky cats? counting. stration at Chapel March Tom Wallis spent last Sunday at *
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