The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 31, 1922
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Student Body on Winners of Last Year, Expected Gainesville and Richbourg'h Men Make Good Nine Shows Scheduled up to Date. j

r?, Tuesday and Wed- to Have Hard Time-Fast Track Florida Rotes to Georgia City Showing Against Big Team. Coronation Ball Will bejQne of :

.on the Subject of Re-. May Cause Old Records to Fall. for District Convention. Roach Poled Out a Homer. I Most Important Ft"atures-Inter. !
I > .' Officials, .. .Announced.. 'ested Competition 'in Election of i
Altho the at Leesburg was
game Queen.
'-- The University of Florida band has

of evangelistic 'sermons'' 'Entries to. the Eighth Annual High just returned from Savannah, where ;j lost to the Philiies last Friday by a

serieS Pastor of the First I Ierlan School Track meet will\ soon be com- .they were guests of the Florida Rotary score of 12-3, the 'Gator baseball The Carnival, which will come off
glair)t nine do not consider it a discreditable
f. Church -Jacksonville; ing to the athletic committee of the : Clubs at the District (Florida, i Saturday, April 8, promises to be
: defeat. Though they met big
a next weeks! biggest event. The
of Florida. Alabama Conventionheld
came to a. University Indications I Georgia and )
the gymnasium, league team they were able to makea
piB evening, March 29, I Ii point to a greater entry list than there last Thursday and Fri-I business men of Gainesville are giving -
Wednesday good showing. Roach made a home
in 1921, when 27 schools were ; their hearty cooperation toward
final address: "The repre-
i fifth and day.The ,run Richbourg knocked a three bag
the of affair while the
sented. In 1920 the Duval had : success the ;
The first ser- Orange and Blue tooters left
Invitation. Roach and Rich
and ,
*T I ger; Bange Sophs are making elaborate .
Monday evening, rather a romp. In 1921 it was another here on a special pullman Wednesday prepara-
given on bourg pulled a double pIaBass.-
ta 1 I tions innovationsfor :
and planningman) :
"DoesJtmty story, for the Jacksonville boys afternoon, arriving at Savannah early ,
%tb. the subject. : I ley caught two difficult flies. the occasion.
Pay?" The second on won by the margin of the declamation the next morning. The program for 1 Leslie, :Phillies' first baseman,

tfbrin,; day from 12 to 1, sub- '. contest, which event has been separated Thursday ws yery light so the boys created a sensation by knocking a I The fist attraction Saturday night

I from the track and field meet spent the day making new friends i will be tve 'Brcking Donkey," to be
( The Glory of Young Men; home run over the left field fence :
Tuesday evening: "Enoch. this year. In 1922, Coach Wright and getting acquainted with the his ,.and beyond freight train thirty held on Fleming Field at 5:00 p. m.

4-rj on ,:II says he feels that Duval will have to toric old city of Savannah. They feet from the a fence. The bases being I (The donkey is guaranteed to live up i

i-; I. spend every effort to win the meet. had a* busy day Friday. Two concerts loaded, four runs 'were chalked down to his title). The next feature, to t.
45 be held within the carnival grounds
"t I Duval took the meet in 1921 with \ were played in the morning; by this tremendous wayyop.Bassley .
; will be a series of wrestling and box- .....
in front of the Savannah Hotel,
tile subject, "Does Christian-! 34 points. Fort Lauderdale was second one Florida's. center fielder
.. ing matches between the various
the other in the lobby bf the DeSoto
?* Dr. McNair earnestly pointdfhat with -30 points, Hillsboro third was commended for his.good workin .
[ title holders of the University teams.
a godly life is; being A ': with 14 points, and Miami fourth Hotel, which also was the headquarters catching two flies, one of whichhe ..
A flood light, installed in the front
of the convention. Both these
Jan does not 'mean adherence with 12 points. Tallahassee and landed only after a hard sprint.
of the gymnasium, will be directed on
treed, But rather living fellow- Gainesville were tied for fifth place concerts attracted large crowds of Roach's homer sailed over the left the performance. "

.. visitors as well as town people.At field fence, but fell short of Leslie's
feiitli God. Moreover, dwelling with 8 points each Immediately following this, little

p&e two-fold promise, he showed The 'track coaches have put the noon the official photographer mark. Richbourg distinguished him Princess Marina, will perform her-

ill pays ta live a Godly life inrori& ',track in the best condition of its life.: took a picture of the band, which'appeared -,self by brilliant playing at first base thrilling "High Diving Act," a feat., \
in onef the Savannah and two timely hits. I
I IIfGlory pa-
i New jumping standards and other ? calculated to startle nymphs and avi ,
,,.und"vsrill" in the official : Gra Iliad a bad -day in the box,
&f' Younjf Memo was -new equipment have been drdemrfor pers appear ators. She will, make an exquisite ,

a'.ts their strength, for strength the high school athletes. A new organ of the Rotarians. The last 'walking six men. Boswell did better, dive from a tower rising to the dizzy i

.sited. in all things, especially jumping pit has been made to order concert was played at the closing ',allowing but one run the rest of th? height of seventy-five feet. i

1& of manhood. Not only phy- for Sollee and Newton. banquet in the DeSoto Hotel game. I', At 6:30 the gymnasium will be \
1 chief rival of the 'Gator band I The seemed well .
The I| tig league, men :
'jfewgth is the glory of young The following were the winnersof opened to spectators, who are inter-
the "Rotary Boys Band" from pleased with Florida's They
I 1 I Atlanta. This consisted of a groupof bav >. signed Coach Richbourg,
*al strength. It is only the free acrobatic exhibition. The"gym"
I i One hundred yard dash-Gifford, twenty-one youngsters between the who will join the Phillies after graduation ; .
:fold njan who ha the wjnderVt will be equipped with the required -
of Vero, 11 1-5 see. ten and seventeen. Their in June.FIORIDA '
ages: of
of strength granted' by apparatus to make the exhi- .
J J'lis. Ore mile run-Rodes, of Ft. Laud- 'music was well played! and enjoyedby AB R H PO A E bition a complete success.

edale, 4 min. 58 sec. everyone. Bnnge, 2b ...______3 1 0 2 4 3
subject, "Each Walked The most interesting feature of
vault Hunter, of Leesburg, The band men came back praisingthe Richbourg, Ib ....... .3 1 24. 0 0
fs Rotarians fcr the good time they Roach ss _.-.4 1 2 2 51
vith God as meaning to put 10 feet. eagerly looked forward is the
: of showed them. Everything was of the'I Bassley, cf ......__...2 00200
'bole life into His control. TM :!1- 120 yard high hurdles-Connell crowning of the Queen, immediately
best and the spirit of the Rotarians Ward, c ____......___4. 0 0 0 0 1
T Father is a personal being; Inverness, 18 .4-5 sec. followed by the Coronation Ball. The

faith in Him ,and trusting 1 Shot put-Lewis, of Duval, 41 ft. showed up everywhere. Bracken 3b,0: 0 1 5 0 standing of the fair contestants. is
( Work, jrf ...._.........:..1..0 0 0 0 0)
' aB$ to walk with his friends, 10 1-4 in. published duly in the Sun.
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+ + + ,+ + + + + + + + + Carlton. rf 2 0 0 2 furnish
of Gainesville The University Orchestra will
fcgpdship to faith 220 yard run- .
means have I 1 Blake, If __*.*.__..u3 0 0 1 0) 0
*trust. music for the ball, wlt'chunder w
25 sec. + :NEWS BRIEFSRichbuurg'h + ...1 00020
p --'-'- .---
*fa fourth dash--Clark of Duval, 56 : the supervision of J. H. Mark-
sermon, Dr. t 440 yard 1 + ---- + Boswell, p ..___n..-_ .-.2 0 0 0 2 0 committee of
ham assisted two.
out by a
the danger of "Religious 3-5 sec. stickmen lose to +
+ - -
'eeace" of Duval, 103 ft. 3 ( During the ball, President A. A.
"Indifference, hey I Discus-Lewis -...I + Phillies. + Totas! .... ...___.....28 3 4 24 18 ". and
': .. Murphree will present medals
the to .
pathway that leads in.
I + Stetson takes fast tennis' match +
the School track
two) trophies to High
Continued on pair
.We truly know (
I > > -w < : + from the Florida team. + P"ILLIES AB R II PO A E
!*$ w%* men.
his >%
we need Him. It was I. Til J|II\E + Band men were guests of Rota- + Lebourvean If' __....4 2 2 1 0 0 """'- ""

endeavor fo bring the word club are: 3b ..A..5 2 2 2 2 0
+ Rapp,
in Savannah.
* vicepresident + rians Meadows, 6; by Snover 3. Base on
| 'Lord closer to the hearts of President, Jack Dwyer; Wrightstone 3b __....0 0 0 0 0 0
and -EngineerH wen inter-mural track + palls-off Meadows, 2; off Snover 2;

P.f 'I A. J. Geiger; Secretary L. + meet. 4* Walker rf ..__......,,3 1 1 1 0 .) off Gray 6; off Boswell 1. Hit by

f 'Gospel l Invitation," was in- treasurer. Robert Wray; Reporter, wrestlers, and 4- Williams, d ____....3 2 2 1 0 0 Henline). Time,
' d ; 4- 'Gator boxers, pitcher-by Gray (
as being an invitation to anot D. Stewart; Critic, C. R. Hiatt. J. + volley ball men meet Jax "Y" + Leslie, 1b __........_-4 1 1 11 0 .) 2:05. Umpire, Conroy.

t to a funeral. "The feast ( A committee, consisting of A. + Fletcher, 83 ....__....4 l' 1 0 ::1 0 .

dlttC God is ready, Christ is i Geiger, H. S. Wilson, and C. L. Walker ,1 + tonight.and freshmen victorious + Miller, ss ;.. ____....1 0 1 0 2 J 'b. NOTICE'. yt .,
+ Sophs
Holy Spirit and the Churchare was appointed to choose the side ... Parkinson, 2b .._...._2 1 0 2 3 01Henline +

** ready," he pointed out. of the question which the Aprs will + in class games. c ...._____-4 2 3 9 1 ,0 I Mr. White General Secretaryof +
rounding + + ,
** rapidly -
+ Carnival. plans
Ire ready, nothing can pre- inter-college debate ---------.2 .0 0 0 1 0
defend in an *i* Meadows p i + the University Y. M,.G. A., 4-
Jour presence at the feast." the teachers.: The try-outs for + f into shape. Sno\'er, p" _____.......1 0 1 0 2 0
with + that Unrsitystudent +
Seminole progressing + I requests any
& Work
Jt* treat Interest was takenMehhr's be heldas on
I rt: members of the Ag. team will :: '1)I: + who has planned],-.ex-: 1 +
; sermons, was evi- next Monday + well. Totals ....__-.-.O> ,1.. ...
.'bJ the large attendance at the .regular program discussion: "Re- i + Lawyers and Teachers win de- + Score by innings: + peels t r intends to put u tfafty +
night. Question for + High School dur- +
teting. visiting boy
of which was + bates. + .. I
> every one of the FLORIDA .000 210 0003 3
solved, that the president i + ing Track Meet, to bring to + *
enjoyed.. i be' limited to + Dr. SUNair closed three-day + PHILLIES ______064 101 OOx-12 ,
t" United States should + him as soon as possible the +
Wednesday +
p service
:, i + evangelistic\ Summary: Two base hits-Rapp, ,.
',tUTh1 single term of six years. + + student's name, where he intends +
, earlin favor + night. Fletcher Richbourg. Three I
OFFICERS The club adjourned cleaa! with Kan- + + to put up the boythe +
NEW Dr. j 4o Rifle team up hits-Williams, Richbourg. Home h
:\ Jof the evangelistic services by + + boy's name, and. where he is +
t 4sasj Aggfcs. runs--Leslie, Roach. Double plays-

", dg.: Club elected officers for McNair In the gym.. -j + Mr. R. E. ,Banks, of movie fame, + Fletcher to Parkinson, to Leslie; + From. This should fc done + -I

der of the school term at a I + visited University.. + Roach to Bange to Richbourg; filler + immediately, as promptness\ t t
f' ,3lurdochjBarrs has re turned-.jto to Parkinson to Leslie. Stolen + is absolutely essential in thiS; +
s meeting held on::Mon* in Jacksonville. 4. '
visit -
.. : i sc' l'aftlar'ati. extended :; bases-Lebourvean. Struck oat-By: + matter; iF
March 27* -.*" 1- + '+ *' + + + + + .'!' ... .
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: Special Dishes Prepared PREDICTED FOR HIGH
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220 yard hurdles-Hall of Ft.
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Lauderdale, 29 3-5 sec.
I 880 yard run-Brendla, of Fort I' .. ... ,
; BREAKFAST 7 TO 11 ''-'-:; ; -"' "'!
Lauderdale, 2 min. 15 1-5 sec.
Running broad jump-Lewis Du-
: val, 18 ft. 9 f-2 in. Glasses Fitted
: j DINNER 11:30: TO 2:30: Running high jump.-Marshall, of i1
I Tallahassee, 5 ft. 4 in.
a The relay race had an original en- Eyes Tested

; : : i'L' I SUPPER 5:30: TO 8:00: try petition of sixteen will keenerln have teams.this two event To relay make the classes com-committee -
Broken lenses duplicated in
I this season, Class A and Class B. one hour's
I, t!, I'r 1. ,,. I And the committee will classify the time -
'teams. A loving cup will be awardedthe C. H.
: ,Short orders at all hours I' winner of Class A. A silken. .. .
banner will be awarded the winner -: :-._ ._, _$ '_ < ::-:: ---Jf&
If I of Class B.
: f Western Steak Salad I The essay and declamation contests 4
will be held as usual but as separate -------
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eVents. Medals will be awarded
t Combinations. Reasonable t I the winners. Dr. James Madison rt:t Bedding:, Pillow Cases,
;Chapman will have charge of the
t declamation contest, which will be t Sheets, Blankets -t
rf Prices, Quality and I.held Friday evening, April 7. No i
reading will be over twelve minutes t
n, .' I long, and no reader may_appear in 't RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES
Service. costume. Wilensky, of Duval, won MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER
." in 1921. Smith, of DeLand, was t
second. The essay contest is under We Keep Your Room
-" Everything for
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RATSI1TERCLASS Juniors-Byrd, If; Moss, 3b; Ma- I not Rood enough 'L.+ !
AND i hannah, % ..
ss; Capt. Stanley, c; Bie, 2b; < .
Scotten, Ib; Hitchcock. cf; Thomp-'j<: in Porter's Fitform Clothes for young :

son, rf; Gann, p. and older
men men who want to stay
Score \
BASEBALL GAMES 'Juniors ------.4 Innings 01100: 0-6 RIlE 9' 7 : young. In the tailoring of these sup / :

I Sophomores ..102030) 1-7 4 6 erbly styled garments the "easy way'* ,. + .

"'- makes for the better and t 0
way way fl I
Ldrat ; 7 to 6 SeilSsetoRats8tolRat- I 4.
Juniors ; Last t
Wednesday the
) Rat baseball "How fine can they be made?" crowds "
team beat the Senior .
I nine
(! by
on Clouts Homer; of 8 to 1. The Rats had a pretty a score well I out the usual manufacturing. question # 'I.

of Sophs Makes Homer organized team with plenty of good 4.i _"Ho wfast can they be made?" .

III Infield Fly. I E t men to choose from. The Seniors, ..
I however, had to "pick up" a team '
K Sophomores defeated the Ju- ,I just before the game. Several football ': WE EARNESTLY INVITE EVERYMAN r : ;

,J4" in the first of the Inter- men came to their rescue. The : OF TWENTY TO THREE / ,l J ;
game Friday after- Seniors had a rather distinctive uniI
fuch 2Lti I I form-football shoes, surmounted bya ;
.% was more a good entered track suit the outfit the football <., NEW SPRING STYLES WITH TllS t ; J

than a real: baseball game. men are using in spring training.. j,: SUGGESTION THAT THE PORTER Y, f / y : :

teams were selected hurriedly Scott, who held down the first sack, ::
limited number of volunteers. I was the only varsity man in thet( i
3 lad suits, some had not. Sev- j game. "Rosy" Rosenhouse, a football ,I'' GUARANTEE OF UNQUALIFIED lCLxk-.t PLTFORM Y 6 fW < : .. :
i'lificdous situations occurredthe I star, played fine ball and tallied QUALITY. V: ':" 1 .
game among them the 1 up the team like a regular big leag- .
1home..rw of Robinson, uer. : .,'= .
. :ks; I r t .-"'
iten.of the Sophomore team. Newton as usual ; ; -
was a star. He : .
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:i' Juniors put over four runs the I received for Stone, who shut the Seniors ; .
; out for two hits and struck out Everything Men and Boys Wear .
;pitch- five men in five innings. McClendon, '. --: : ? .

dftat the Sophs passed them by the Rat second sacker. starred by .. .
r.m ip the last inning. The clouting a homer that brought in i : s. i

res were fortunate to have two runs. He's a candidate for the ... --:. .+ '
si pitchers, especially Smith, who 'Varsity team and stands a mighty ;

rA out two men in every inning good chance of making it after he ." ,.> t
ilk term. I I gets a little more polish. ;'. i
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'Mbie" made the best play of Bill Renfroe lent his aid by umpir- : I "
irnae. Carlton, attempting to I I'ing- the game. His decisions were Jacksonville Corner Bay and Laura : :

id Us fly, kicked it neatly into sometimes disputed. Bill escaped
bakes, an overthrow at second without injuries. i. !
p lim another base, and a bad Score by innings: RilE
stf "butter-fingers" at third al- Seniors._ .". 1 0 0 0 0-1 2 5 .

I!d bim to walk leisurely home. I Freshmen .. ....0 215 0-8 6 1 :.................................. ............

&e played burglar and stole bases -- .. I
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&nminately. Moss, IB the out- STETSONWONFAST NORTHWESTERN i
smoked because he was batter- !
f ftith flies. TENNIS MATCHES I i
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1!2e_up: Men t I
I (The oldest Law School 1 in Chicago) University I
i WwJores-Brumby, If; Scotter. _
'?lhpt Harris, ss; Robinson, c; I Saturday was a sad day for the |Summer Term, Wednesday, June 21.. AZALEA TEA HOUSE

ka; Ferris, Ib; Hait, cf; Porn- .'Gator tennis players when the Hat- to Wednesday, August Monday 23,,1922-Sept. 25. I

7irf:. ;James, p. I (Continued on page 9.) I The Tall Summer Term opens Faculty includes members -

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'VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE I States: Colorado, South Carolina. I V
and Illinois. '
"ql !West Virginia '
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uavflle .-......_.Mar. 22 ._.Fla_. 6' Mercer University ....-_..10 'CoOO I.I Requirements for Admission I Incorporated t tf n
'fie ...___..Mar. 23 ....Fla.... 7 :Mercer University -..._._. 5500 I|Candidates for a degree:' Proof ol Capital, $100,000. Surplus. $150,000
5--_ ........Mar. 24 _Fla..... Philadelphia: Nationals:.. |satisfactory completion of three yea:- f GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA .

'lei Park ._..Mar.'29 ....Fia.__ Rollins College ----.......... of college study. -a "

Park ...._Mar. 30 ..Fla.Rollins College ----.-... Special Students. Proof of comple-j

t_.d"';........_- ...Mar. 31 ..-...FlaStetson University ...-.-... ) ion of four years of high schol 'o' .

;."---" .........._Apr. lFla.Stetson University -..**_ its equivalent.
-... .Ile ---.....Apr. 3 ._.!'la.lIillsdale College _.. *. .. Auditors. Members of the bar who I j GAINESVILLE PLANING* AND.COFFIN CO.

; Spgs. .____Apr. 5 _Fla..... Palmer College t.--'---.. either cannot meet do the ask above for require crctir |I' Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Finish Complete House Bills. _
.. ments who not
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k College -- -
Spgs. __Apr. 6 .....Fla.Palmer --
i Benning ..... ..:- for studies. Daily Capacity 25,000 Feet. Gainesville Fla.
u$, Ca. 'h.-.Apr 7 ....Fla..... Camp -- detailed information
1uiii1 ..... ... For bulletins and
hus Ga _.._ Benning -
'" \pr. 8 .._Fla.Camp .address Secretary of the Law School: ,'. j
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-.Miss. .-.__Apr. 10 .....FlaMississippi College -- [l Northwestern University Building, 31 .
'**",Miss. ...._Apr_ 10 Mississippi College .:-.-: West Lake street Chicago, IlL

" MISs. ....__Apr. 12 __.Fla__. University of Mississippi I SEE -
Miu., --...Apr. 13 __.Fla..... University of Mississippi FREE RIDE Vidal
&bm, Ala. Apr. 14 ....Fla..... Birmingham Southern.-.. The "Baraca Special" leaves the Drug: CompanyFOR I
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viDe ...... University ....,-- I '
. ....May 5 .....Fla.Stetson i
-- e ...........May 6 .Fla..... Stetson University .-... -- Patronize 'Gator advertisers. I

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I kn1r: Wra ___. _..M.. __._.__ .__.. _-.Assistant Managing Editor I UNIVERSITY MEN
r J Jdd..rc! Sa ._m._._ _._.-=-' .'_ porling Editor f fI .
Hclrt We43 A&sis&Bt i Sport Editor: I II Last tR
I ------ Against
-- -- ------ .- ;: Scored 18# to 1736
.UCAr1 Pjt'm: ._--_-.___Society Editor- Demand value and style .> '*' '
i : j' Seventh Corps .
I, Ji4aruJd h" : ...._.__ :. _< .. _..--__--.<: _..__.._- .--Exchanges Yeas Cbampions of :.: '-".,
I, ii 1: :. 1 K:. K.: Hama_ fizzy Bic ..-*,-.:,:f.. -m---t :........_._.___, +_-..Pessonala: ='Gators Mad 1SI2 in S. Dakota Society Brand Clothes V !
tl 't' F Match.
, -if"
;; -'r.. EPORTERS.rEd i I Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts Knot. !
,, I f W Gderrj."iJ&m rmenter, B eaefc Hazard.J.. D, Wheeler .Fred The> UHirershy of Florida ?.:Qe

1 Simnmonrrank.. .... ., Efroore. Roef But kley' L. L. Thompson, Xewten St. Team von their match easil? with Are featured lines in the Giddeoas Start.
I It{ Jo. c, Frederick Langworthy.BUSINESS. Kansas State Agricultural C)'.le;p, JR.: ".: ?: .
1 f of 1820-1735 6rders''i .
.by a score Mail =- PficlaJQ

iF! White _....._...___? ,t_ _._... ..._ __Business Manager The i lividual._*._.cores.. ._ _follow_..._:___1S3 \ n ..:: V ttefS
H. M. SalleyP. .
I .[ _Horace WHonEntered. _._ ,-..._. __.__.._.Assistant Easiness Manager C. Trimble -.--____-____-___._--__188 : : .; / ,;: :.'. f.s<

: : as tetondclass matter September: 2S, 1912, at the post cffce. a: O. R. Davis _____...___________._____186 .. 'c )l
I j Vanskkel _________..._____ 186 ,
; Gait ezillle, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1879. J 3 T. L -
t Ij' W. S. 3Iiddet ...____-._______183 }ati
: t :; *EateTThe Florida Alligator LSO the year. J I I C. P. Hiatt ____._.__.w._'_-182 HENRY .GIDDENS CLOTHING CO ttil

: ---- E \\. JL Harrison ___.__._______.__._.._1SOJ : J,
< -, >,: *> > 1:
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I J V. If. Bradshaw ___ __-_. _______178 .'- '.' --" .
: : ... .; T 1)lPA, FLORIDA: : e
f i L. T. Pendarvis ..._ .176 4. ,
1j -------- ---?-?
\I :!i /" There was a split in the Student Body's vote on the resolutions B. Pip&in 'm._ ......_.___.___..,_________174I -: ..,;..7"-".. ...:..,.-:-_._ : I. J
I ;!- J4.. A ..t :. .- "" -,.. .. .Jt
I V presented last Friday in the regular meeting of the student \ : '-
I \I Total _-. ____-_.._____._.___.______1820 .'.' ,.1.t1 t t{
I .body. There is surely no man in the student body who could want
} is one
Kansas Agricultural Colege i ,
M; drinking put under the Honor System and to pass these resolutions j of the largest colleges of its kind tin

i, r' would have been doing no less than that. There is surely no man the United States. It was their i.
.l'': V .. .'
; Vli : here who can truthfully say that he does not think it best for the team that won the co-area match for .'.. --" -. ,.
li ';j student body to condemn this practice and do all in his power ton the 7th co-area last year. This college -- -

t help the Faculty keep down these things that jeopardize the good also had a team at Camp Ferry !
in the Ntional: Rifle Match the same!
name of the institution. Can there be any on the Campus who year. All this adds to- the glory of i YORK ON SEMINOLE

V are so ignorant as to fail to see that putting drinking under the our team winning against such a SPORTING GOODS
t' Honor System would weaken the best thing the Student Body has? notable organization.Last I SHOWS PROGRESSDue

V To pass the resolutions and all that they embodied as presented by week, also, the 'Gator Team Tennis 1 FooOeS

the committee would mean that action would have to be taken by fired against the University of South 'J!
Dakota, making a score of 1842 out to the untiring efforts of the
the student body and the only way that could be'done is thru the The score made Baseball BastthlQUALITYSERYICB#
of a possible 2000. staff, the Seminole Fs progressing
i Honor System. Also to pass them would be taking away the by South Dakota's team has not been rapidly and it is thought will be

1 cause of the Faculty to take action to a certain degree. The Student received. ready for issue two or three days be-

t Body should, without a shadow of doubt go on record as J>e1 1 This week our team fires their first I fore the close of school, provided the

: ing opposed to any member of the Student body using alcohol and.position in the National Inter-Col-1' different organizations turn in all f t Baird Hardware
legiate Match. The !
: ; condemn him who by his use of it continually slings mud on the!one in which they have membership rolls and other material 1

4 V -, escution of the University of Florida. Why not have some reso- a notable record in previous matches. promptly. I I
',.lutions to this effect? I I According to "". J. Yarnoff, the I .. WI
various clubs, fraternities, etc., have
L. T. Pendarvis to nurse: 'Can. I -<<
been slow in turning in the necessary
TRACK MEET take a bath tomorrow?" I)I Imaterial ENGRAVED
which has resulted in delaying -
I Nurse: "Xo you're not strong
f the printing. An announcement -
V ft: Vt In a few days there will be dozens of High School men on the enough yet." was made two weeks ago that CALLING CARDS

t Campus of the University of Florida as guests of the Institution : this material should be turned in at I'

,, while contesting in the High School Track Meet. This is another }f once, but so far only a third of it is !
V .
for men
call to arms of the Student Body. Most of these men will either i fin. I young

I t come to the U. of F. school next year or go some where else. This I Part of the Seminole has already,

t : is going to be the biggest Track meet yet and the success of it depends -'I COMPANYDrusruists I been turned over to the, printer who I j i Gainesville Daily N Xer'Today's !

1 .. .J upon how clearly these men are shown the University: in its I' ::: : Phone 32 will start printing Saturday. All organizations '
,I are urged to get on the j Todaj
I :L I' true light by the Student Body. Now get together men and have ', job so that this year the Seminole News

I 4- : a little of that old friendly rivalry between those who are from! J -------_ _4 may come out on time. I j

I ,. schools that have a team coming. Get out there and pep it up for I I i A. H. DORAN "! J
t 12 t ; ; your team and look out for these while I Ii ENGLISH AS
men they are here. We I 232 East Main South J SHE IS WRIT

i tit 1 i need every one of them as future 'Gators and it depends upon you i!I t Bicycles, Accessories, Re- | (An ori'i; letter I S H 0 B's' c I
( 1' whether they will be or not. )i I pairs, Flash Lights and |f. blister Leasm, :E

f Baseball goods. ,ii !i Tati_ House-, H ..B..: I. TENCrGainesville:
I ; It is nothing less than a rare treat for a Sthdent Body to havet'; --------- } Dear fren:
I J J: a man like Dr. McNair come and address it i -- It i J
r 3 along Christian lines -i ---I I got the pump witch i buy from 'O ,

I IV ':: .. for a series of meetings. We are thankful for the earnestness I t W. S. DORSET & CO. ,J you but why for gods sake you doan ',., L"*'

\1 I It J : with which Dr. McNair worked with our boys and drove home the t Everything in Groceries f tt sin me no handle. Wats the use of E Florida *. *I IS

E I 1 points so vitally important to every one. We owe thanks to those For the pump when she doan have no
Goodness t tI
] i 4. who were instrumental in bringing him here and ; t Sake Drink f handle it loose to me my customersure E'
1 hope that
I -V. we will DORSEY'S H 0
I I, 1. V be blest again in the near future. I Ii I .... j thing you doan treet me rite is
i :; ,--- ----_. my money no good' to you as the other

t As.a tip to the Student body from one who knows fella i wate 10 days and my cus- I '.
t the Editor DR. TENCH tomer he holler for: water like-hell -
r, of the Alligator will bring to light a little method to get class cuts Dentist for pump here is summer now and i VISITING CARDS

signed off. This method was sent in a )letter with no name and it I Office Graham Building the wind no blo the wheel, the pump 'I I Latest Styles

4 is being printed as a step toward the welfare of the Student body.i' Office Phone: Res. Phone: she got: no handle, so wat the hell i .

Here it, is, Go out to the Golf links and wach Dr. Murphree. If hegoesaround 'l J2S8-J 369- goon a do. you doan sin me handle Special Prices

I : without plowing up more than 20 sq. yds. of tierra der pretty quick i sin back and goan or- to StudentsOrder
--- some from Koaine Co.
-- Nof
firma and breaks no clubs, then go into the office next morning and I -- t
I by
tell him you think he is the Golfinest man you know and at the NORAH \I Your fren, Loose leaf note fox*
1 |I'
h same time tell him that !
you have some class cuts thru some mis-j.! I Antonio Datia.P. and Supplies .
t} take and he will immediately sign them off. BUT!-if he returns j f Art and Gift Shop J S. since i write i find dam handle PRINTS"

from the links looking desperate and chewing his cigar instead | Picture* and Picture f in the Box.. PEPPER
of9mokinglt fJ.
then stay out of his office. -... .... -. .... .... .... COMPANY:1:
Making Him Toot i

F: Coach Richbourg has taken his crew of expert stick-men down :. W. M'COLLUM & CO. "Willie!" ;-a---
"Yes, Mama! I It
x a to meet 'the(celebrated Rollins DRUGGISTS I Electrical
aggregation, facing them on Wednesday -' "What in the world are'you*pinching .Everything ,!
and Thursday and then journeying over to Stetson for. 41 THE REXALL"STOREi the baby for? Let him.alonel". I Jos. J. SEYKOBA ::
IV games Friday.-and SaturdaY i Agent for AW .. .
The 'Gators see, ot.hin&Jut.vi ; I ain't doin nathln! We're f..
: ...: ..,. tory, Liggetts and Norris Candies t
V for them and defeat for their o opponents ** '" V *, I 'rIItresvfJJe T V onlyplaying automobile. and. he's thehorn. phee.- 107. J.T
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I ';'I MINOR SPORTSMEN only match for Florida. ---- k
:j I ,I Florida was outplayed, not easily,

i : I IN COMPETITION :1 I but tournament.consistently Armsperger, at every stage was steady in the

accurate and unexcited. His placingswere CAMELSare. C
J. : IN lAX. TONIGHT sure, he never seemed muddled. Here's why
+ .1 Edgar, of Stetson, altho flashy at
times, played well. o

J II.i i Klock was not in perfect trim, but the
The volley ball, wrestling and boxing quality cigarette
allowed his sets to go only by the
::1'i j teams left this morning for Jacksonville necessary two games. Williams was

I (l to compete with the stars of inclined toward sensational exhibi- '

f. ", that city. The volley ball team is to tions, but played well. we put the utmost quality into this

t: F!1 play against the Jacksonville "Busi Edgar defeated Klock, 6-4, 6-4. BECAUSE Camels are as good as it's pos-
Armsperger defeated Williams 6-2,
i'I '! Men the wrestlers and boxers
t;1 will match; their skill against the 64. Hays defeated Crawford 0-6, sible for skill, money and lifelong knowledge of
6-1, 6-4. Stanley defeated White
's i! I: t -Y" teams. 6-1, 64.The = fine tobaccos to make a cigarette.
I "
I A. C. Simmons heads the volley -
doubles scored as follows:
iW' Nothing is too good for Camels. And bear this r
I bailers, who include "Shortie" Armsperger and Edgar defeated

'"'I: Gunn- Kenneth Hait, L. L. Thompson Klock and Williams, 6-3, 6-3. White M r in mind! Everything is done to make Camels the
y fl. Glover Miller and E. B. Web and defeated and
Hays Stanley Craw-
( r b best cigarette it's possible to buy Nothing is done
;, ,, :ford, 6-1, 7--5. 63. 1r ; .
\ \. ster.The honors in featherweight, welterweight !- a I 1 Florida's team consisted of Klock : :: : it' simply for show.

'' and middleweight boxing Williams, Crawford and Stanley. ,i

I .!4Et' i win be defended by S. M. Strom, W. Stetson was represented by Arms- n Take the Camel package for instance. It's the ,
3T. Davis and Stewart perger, Edgar, White and Hays.
:-' Pomeroy, re- most perfect packing science can devise to pro- ,

I; 3pectfvely.Dan Leisher, W. :M. Davis and Stuart t j j HL $TIC r.EXCHES -PJI7.SH&DOMWrC/14Ait6TTtS BLEND tect cigarettes and keep them fresh. Heavy paper I

i I .j; Pomeroy will hold down the floor;I FOR OUR CAMPUSWe -secure foil wrapping-revenue stamp to seal IL

p: in wrestling, Leisher as a light-
,,I!. Teight. t have such beautiful weather the fold and make the package air-tight. Butthere's

) 1 here throughout practically the en- about it. You'll find
------ nothing flashy II
tire school term yet all of our study-
I I'' MINOR SPORTS ing must be done indoors, unless we extra wrappers. No frills or furbelows. I

: wish ta sally forth into the balmy

atmosphere, book in hand, to stretchourseh.es "<"". .. .. Such things,do not improve the smoke any more :
I _,Manchester is keeping things :;.
out on an inviting bed of
'9 than premiums or coupons.
n the move in the realm of minor
sand burrs, with an ant hill for an
: t sports. The track, baseball, gym, elbow support. It seems to me that pay their extra cost or get lowered quality.If I
..swimmingand volley ball teams
are t
substantial rustic benches could be
All working hard to get in shape for provided for shady and cool places on you want the smoothest, mellowest, mildest (

the contests near future.which' are to come off inthe the campus at a very moderate ex- cigarette you can imagine-and one entirely free

SwimmingThe pense. from cigaretty aftertaste,
At present there are a few treesin
swimming team is also getting
front of Buckman Hall that are
I'' into shape in order to create_ more interest encircled It's Camels for you. I'
by ugly and crude board
in this somewhat new activity
benches tfhich offer no support to
a meet is being planned between the
one's back unless he wishes to lean
classes and will probably come off the
backward at an uncomfortable angle
3 ,first of April, although the date has
where the which is
tree usually covered -
\ ;i not been definitely set. with sap, affords he "rest..** :_
Gym. Team :
: These benches, if added, would more amel
The gym team is practicing stead-
than compensate for their cost in the
: fly for their exhibition which is to be
convenience they would afford to the
t i I given April Sth during the High _
I students and in the beauty they
; t School track meet. The members ol
would add to our campus. Then. too, \ 4
the team are doing all) kinds'of
think of the summer school students!
stunts and'are working hard to make ,

$ the'exhibition a success.* i,JOHN MARSHALL DECIDES OTTO ,,
t : The volley ball team is looking.bettfer -
I I I every day. A with Jacksonville '
i game very snappy debate was enjoyed

.. \c; MY" is scheduled for tonight. ly all preset: at the John Marshall .
\ to be played there and the team is Debating Society of the Law School, -- -- --- =-===
II ; getting in good condition to put one'last Saturday, on the subject, "Re- -
\- I fi] aver on. the "old champs" of last :solved: That Congress should passan
M I,j year. Team work is getting better .anti-I ching' law".
and if continues to do so the team R. A. Marsicano and M. H. Rosen-I
I :' ..nf be in first-class shape for the bouse gave some strong argumentsfor

i, game. The date for a return game in the affirmative but Joe White ;
1: Jacksonville has not been set as and L. W. Jennings "came back" with THE BON TON

i. I Jet.. I a little stro-ger argument and much :
t 3\ more oratory and the judges rendered :
I STETSON*. WON FAST in their favor. There was a great
I : TENNIS MATCHES 4 I deal of applauding and much spirit: "GAINESVILLE'S
I '', shown throughout the entire debate.W. POPULAR PLACE"Stationery
I ;; (Continued from page: S.'. : E. Sweet gave an interesting t
; ;: tens romped on them for five out biography of Justice Oliver Wendell
\I I <,f six matches. Annsperger was the Holmes with especial emphasis on ', Cigars Cigarettes and Tobacco. Hot and Cold Drinks
i j s .star of the tourney; Stanley won the .his: legal career. *

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It 1 I learn that after a. short illness he f:part of the University Year, the Attendance last quarter 2429 f1A

Sundays*-Holy )Iand Sermon, 10:30 a. m.; evening t is once more enjoying the spring sun-t courses being the same in character twenty-nine states end foreign t>

+ ,: 'i\ services. 7:45 p. m. I shine. |and credit value as in the other quar- tries.
I i t tern of the year. The most beautiful and unxp es"pus
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!i it: Ii;' Weekdays-Holy Mass, 7:00 a. m. t t Why not shave \ .th sharpened i;and Degrees women are,for summer conferred work.upon men Accommodations in America at

blades? See Driggers 36 Buckmatx The Master's Degree may be cbtained rates. Tuition for DOQ-vJrt n I '

; I x. Special Lenten Services Wednesday evenings 7:30 p. m. t in three Summer Quarters. dents $15 per term.Entertainments 1.
t It offers +opportunities unexcelled intfle auskl firs
Subject Matter: "The Means of Sanctification!" Sunday I UNIVERSITY OF VIRGIMA. excursions.For .
South and makes a itron jrappnal

'L evenings: 7:30 p. m. Subject MatterThe: Church of Christ. I IB Summer- Quarter --..- to teachers; seeking brnadescholar- Illustrated folder andnooacesient hU II-
t ship and training and wider social write to
.1 t First Tern June 19-July 29. contacts, and to college stude* :-desiring : CHARLES G. MAPHIS Je' .
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31--Sept.-2- to complete degree repair- University,
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"i i I ; 1 Let your next Suit be aFASHION :
i t GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY : Continued front Page Two. !
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the supervision of Dr. Jas. M. Farr. C- -.c 4
The title of the composition is to.., -;: PARK ;
t Victrolas and Records .: be "Traicing in Track Athletics.' (I II I' : 4b i

f Last year Milligan, of Daytona, was ;: OR : !
, : I first and Wyatt, of Bradentown, was I,,4" 1 f i
e. .! '
.D. R. Cox, Proprietor :. : : Telephone 86 .. second.The H. & \V. B. Drew cup will : : -' .- FITFORM : ;

t. be permanently awarded this year.It : J)" ; .

,,..6..,,Y.T.'Y.Y."..v.................. ...... ...... ..... .... .... .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- [points goes in to the the school past three scoring years.t If 4 SOLE AGENTS. 4. '

..4I 4I -- .- Duval wins, the Tigers gain posses- : PHIFER BROS. DEPT. STORE ::
i I sion of the Knight and Wall cup, "
iI '' I which they have -held for two con- t e.
iI iI I I 'DROP IN secutive years. The University is Gainesville, Florida ;. 1

I ... t tI giving a beautiful banner to the 1922 I : t.
I winner.silver, bronze Individual, and blue medals ribbons of gold willibe R......................... ... J JI

I I II j presented by the University to the I :.. "' u____ ___u __.;_._ _;:::1r_..__.______ ,
second, third and
winners of the first t
I I I I fourth places in. the various events. I '
I Alteration ,. Cleaning Pressing I The individual scoring most points WE ARE GIVING SPECIAL PRICES .
. Gainesville. Florida I receives a special medal. Baker, of .
Phone 354 I
t Duval, took this in 1920; Lewis, tjf I on University Rings this week. This is an opportunity you
it in 1921. All entries 4
Duval won
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filed with Professor C.
______.__..___._._____. ,, -_..___.._ J:. iIL must not be later than March 2-I. .. I cannot afford to miss. Come in and see them.
c : '. .;,., "'' ;; ri.; ;<- ----- ----- '-' Beck *
The following are the officials for ,t '
i Ii at Judges to finish-J. A. Van Fleet, I I

P. L. Reed, Prof. Black and Prof.
The Gainesville, CafeteriaYOU Cody. I "--- ....!'::: -....=.-..-_-,- .. ___-__:.... i, -...-.- :
Scorers-Arthur Sallee, Check
I .; GET 1 Byrd, R S. Stanley.TimekeepersDr.. ISPORT"ING
R. G. Manchester -
I SQUARE MEALat I Prof. Rodgers, Captain Bain. GOODS
a Announcers-Bill Bivens and Pete '
Football Baseball
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SQUARE DEAL PRICE Harris.Field Judges-George E. White, Hardware of al) Kinds

t: ..._... ::... ;, .o; .:; =.. :: J Dr. J. M. Leake, Captain Amis. See Us f
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Assistant Field Judges-Ark Newton I
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( Hockenstead, Renfrow, Doty, THE THOMAS COMPANY }
Merrin and Robinson. '
\ UNIVERSITY MEN ALWAYS WELCOME AT I Chief marshal-Wuthrich. Phone 22 :
Assistant marshals-Ozzie Bee, R. WEST SIDE OF SQUARE f;
-) McDOWALL'SICE H. Carlton, Rosenhouse, H. H. Guif- ,

.... ford, Tolbert, S. L. Pomeroy, O. D-
CREAM .-: Leonard, George R Stanley, N W. t
Field Directors:-Drs. Sweet, Pass! is as follows:
.j / Mikler, A. H. Potter and Burnett. ,
PARLOR and Rice. 100 yard dash, 1:30 p. m.
I Starter-Captain* John H. AtkIn- i
I Press stewards--Glover Miller Pole vault, 1:30 p. m. 4 I.
1." MAKE YOURSELVES AT son.Clerk of course--Captain Ira H. (Florida Alligatorl; Bill Pepper, One mile run, 2:00 p. m. ,
CandiesCHESNUT'S Ryder. I (Gainesville Sun); Barry Culley 120 yard high hurdles, 2:15 p.-m.
Agency Hollingsworth's Unusual Assistant starters-. O. Cox, Russell (Florida Times-Union); Sam Ellis Shot put. 2:15 p.. m. '
King, J. R. Boyd," Jr., and Joe (Florida Metropolis); Truman Green 220 yard dash, 2:30 p.' m ./
Barchan. i I(Tampa Tribune); Thad Ballinan i Discus throw, 2:45 p. m.' .
Callers-M U. Mounts and D. A.--(Tampa Times). 440 yard dash, 3:15p:.m.., '\
/ PARLOR Rambo.: ]I I All of the preliminaries of the i Running broad jump,.3:30 p.>m. :
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t SHOE. Inspectors-Prof. Melvin Price, meet will be run off on April 7. Beginning -! 220 yard low hurdles, 3:1$ p.-m. I
i soUTH SIDE SQUAIWeclzlc t chief inspector. at 1:30 on April 8, the : 880 yard run, '4:15 p. m. -
Shoe Repair lepartmeat :Work GuaraBf.eed I Assistant inspectors-L. L. Thompson -I I finals in all of the events frill be I. Running high jump, 4:15 p. m. "
PAB1 O L. M. Butler, Lawrenee o.se run. The schedule of the meet,' as Relay (Class A) 4:45 p. m. -
L'-. I SHOE .- --------.- .... '''' and 5 BaSt. ",, N } ,:I announced_ a byv the,_officials din charge, ","?-- ,. '-..{Class.-) ::B.; .) follows t_ '-'CIaq. A* '. ,
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of The Teachers'College; defeated the ]I The debaters of the John Marshall 1 Medals, Class Rings and Pins. Committees: & V
from the rep-
Debatirg Society wen
.H TAMPA spirited Farr Literary debate Monday Society's night team in in the a j j resentatives of the Benton Engineer- I. in search of loving cups or trophies, suitable t.

'ing Society on March 17, in the first 1-
moot court room of the Law College. for Golf, Tennis or other athletic events
of the inter college debates. to be held will
offers' real values producedby I on the night of March 17. I.at the University this year. The A find it an easy matter to choose from irdsifearl
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our system of operation. The ..question read: "Resolved, lawyers upheld the affirmative side
r.. members of the President's cabinet I packages which we will gladly
t I That i of the question: "Resolved, That send upou} t
I)1:1: : -SPRING SUITS should have debating privileges American coastwise shipping shouldbe
t approval.
tin ."
t Congress. ; voting rights waived.V. exempt from the payment of Panama '
I \ B. King and J. II. Wise of the .
From Canal to11s.V. E. Thompson -
t C'\\ and Science, ably defended the the ..... ... ''t>. __ .-.........--. --"-- ----_ -'-_ SEV
tArts and Tom Sales represented ---
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affirmative. King, who was the first and
; FASHION PARK lawyers, and W. J. Yarnoff Dan V
I: I speaker of the evening, demonstrated Leisher the Engineers. I -
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i 11 CAMPUS TOGS the inefficiency of the present method ,1 i Thompson and Sales based their j The Alachua Restaurant and Lunch; I
I I whereby great deal of friction results. I! I
: \ main arguments on the ground that ,
-SPRING HATS Wise offered remedy for ,
a the adoption of such a measure wouldbe For Ladies and Gentlemen
I 1\i I this condition, and cited, instances an economical benefit to the United \ I Half Block from Atlantic Coast Line DepotI I "
4 'From
I wherein the system of giving cabinet
; : w States and that it would not vio- Phone 507 Gainesville, Florida I
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t\\ members debating rights in legislative .... ---------
-STETSONYOUNG late the Hays-Pauncefote treaty l
: assemblies has proved efficient I
I which declared that the canal shall 3: '
\ j! nRO .' and successful. be free and open to the vessels of III I GIVE your shoes to ROSE, Room 3, Buckman, and Let us by BelIe

I i : Ray L. Hamon and E. F. McLane commerce and of war for all nations 1111 i GIVE you an up-to-date job. -
,,t t SPRING SHIRTS I upheld the Teachers' site "tH l -ac- observing the rules. .
tl 1 ceeded in disprQvIrj mot V f tlitir! GAINESVILLE ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR CO. I
I The negative argued that it would
I From J' opponents poia,. Hamon s1nwc.J'violate the treaty for the United I 215 West University Avenue !
t that the i is ..ff.cornt.
Iii present syUmi
-MANHATTANMETRIC I States to adopt such a measure.They
i McLane refuted other of the oppo I I
I placed the United States in a posi- -- !
: sition's argument. +t
I I ? : tion similar with that of Germanywhen THE PARK LITERARY SOCIETY. OUT-OF-TOWN VISITORS
The judges deci ioll. to one
was two
she made void her treaty with I I The Farr Litts in open session on i iI
IWILSON BROS. in favor of the Teachers. i
ij'il. I Belgium and declared it to be merelya March 13, enioyed an unusual tr
Ii The College'of Kngiaeerin; and I I at. Among girls coming tQ a.
I I of paper. They also con- Prof of Chemistry J
scrap in having .Black the .
} SPORT SUITS IN BROWN Arts and Science hae Men thus far tended that the ship owners would ville last week to attend the t
Department on the
appear pro-
'('I AND BLUE FLANNEL I contest eliminated, leaving from the the ehar-ipi.msnJn inter-collegiate "pocket the money instead of using it f I I gram. Prof. Black clearly and entertainingly functions were: Myra Ka ,
{ up
WITH EXTRA PANTS $35 between the Teachers, the: L&w:& ers I.for the benefits of the people and I I presented the causes of Ella Williams Clara Johnson, Ale- ir
I, that would also hurt the businessof '
and the Ags. it J I the great war as seen from the line Bisbee- Josephine Corsey, Jeanette -
the transcontinental railroads.The ? chemist's ,
i laboratory referring es-
\ I I Ipecially t to the shrewd propaganda of Wadley. of Jacksonville; ldsj 'BE
BAILEY I The 'Gator Cafeteria has been remodeled brown, Dodd, Vivian '
'Gator Cafeteria serves German chemical in Johnson Mrs. Mere i
this .
: I and is now equipped for I'j agents country ,
I.Ii i prompt service. Y.. Kawakomi, the j I crisp waffles with maple syrup.MANY I,I for years: before the outbreak of Christance; and Hazel Padgett, rf nul.Jiat 1

VI the war, with, the 'paralysis resultingin Tallahassee; Marian Sandersei, tad
I "best cook in Dixie, is especially'expert .
Franklin Street, Corner I ) ENTRIES BEING. %MADE IN .
chemical merthe
i own industry.He
at making StravbeuShort ESSAY AND DECLAMATION Griffin, of Orlando; Canto
Twiggs I Cake and French Pastry. CONTESTS I then depicted some of the terrors Walker of Kissimmee; Martha l 3fo
I I of the next chemical and
i TAMPA, FLORIDA II 'IAlong' I war a war. phree of Gainesville; Julie Mae 131
I II I Did you know you coul; make with the-track meet another 1 I should it come, and as dye-plants are i I Seutter, and Nell Booth of L&.\ Efcta

I j jI your old razor blades ts good as new j jj t of. State-wide interest, takes easily convertible into munition {I ]land; Jeannette Frost, and Veda .
: ; for about 2 1-2c each? See Driggess. event plants, the necessity for protecting *
i j ii i|j In Gym. mer of Largo; Edith Gibbons of Ts'
at University. the
i IgKffififfifMSKfraffiffiHHWa place 'American!! dye-works against the flood fof f! beeww
!in 36( Buckman. I
I ; March 7th,. the inter- pa; Anna Bell Wesson, Sarah Dfe
t l -=------_ 1 Friday evening, i[ less expensive German dyes was ;
school Declamation and Essay lIon, Jess DeHon- Elizabeth'H*ne''wiatt.
high j i I made clearly evident. He demon- .
'I and Loureen Spencer of Ocala. Dw .
held. Several schoolsare ;
; : ;;.I Y; contests will be strated plainly that the present Fording ;
thy Turner of St D$.
sending contetants for this event Tariff Bill is net stringent Petersburg; < ida
MARCH 31st, 1922 jjiLK along with their track teams, altho ;(enough in this regard. i j Beggs and Mary Love Fraleigh 1r. i

no points will be given toward the I I Mr. Bowen gave a pleasing synopsis | Madison; lone Carter and Mary Di; ea&nI

q This Coupon !Ii I athletic standing of the schools who of a popular short story, and ad- pre of St. Augustine; and LeutI -

: Counts for 2,000 Votes in the :. V j win in these c contest The judges journment followed the discussion of t Grumbles of Dunnellon Ga

: have not been decided upon yet, but plans for participation in the carni- f fi:
I QUEfcN OF CARNIVAL CONTEST' : : before the beginning of next week it val. Oh, that! big, fat, juicy Weste!''I

- I'j'j t : ': ; !!fi fiI is believed that their names will begin i.I Steak, at t'-.e 'Gator Cafeteria.LYRIC. ahG
.. out. The contestants will draw SOLOMON
I i"l'I f -choice is .__.._."--__..__.- __........__..,.__.--. ...---.---"...u.r .---:.-.-,----...... for the order in which they shall Being the third confession of the Z::=:" : :::" '-" pttt
t .. A IJ i Name of girl. speak the night of the contests. seven hundredth,wife Mrs. Gertrude 1"

\ F1 Poll atMILLERS The men registered up to this time Solomon.

I Ii BON TON or COLLEGE INN S are: I Harken ye now to these few wordsof I 'lr"
11. :& i Declamation: v advice. Below ye shall find the 1 I
i ?&RR&CiP iRCUn .ti3in... ..ieiciciriruu.. .t..:.: ....1.t.; .......I.hI.h... .. Lh...IQJt.qrI ....;..:;.+ &II
------------ -- ------ -- i Edgar Johnston, Fort Lauderdale. characteristics of the most deadly

I :4 t !, John Dickerson, DeLand. t and'dangerous'of the vamps which infest 1 THEATRE I 1
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> Chandler Smith. DeLand. i Babvlon. Ye would (do well to a
; I Kelley-Miller Music Company t \ Harold Wallace, Bradentown. I t pay attention to these remark; e'en I Saturday .,

r I.: DEALER ; William Ward, Daytona. i tho ye be a Sophomore my wisdom is Leslie in JJ j jI I I4 Iof
1'1 :1 EDISON AND BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPHS I I, Raymond Burr, Tallahassee. : greater than thine, for I have gleaned I Gladys '; It II

j: AND RECORDS t i'' Francis Reed, Orlando. t.carefnU30all facts concerning women i STRIGHT IS THE WAY I

; J i 4 .,! Latest Sheet Music String Instruments and Supplies_....> { Jose A veil anal, Tampa. .which have been extant thru the I !
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\I t i i Donald Stroup, Ocala. ages and the centuries have contributed Monday,

!. k t Pl. -liiii .lOaOi----,I:j Essay: <- generously to my store off M ACROSS THE DEADLINE
I .4 tf 0 1 I i 1 Edmund McGuill, Melrose.'r f knowledge. I .

t LET US DYE YOUR OLD SUIT !'[, !: John Burwell, Fort Lauderdale. When a fair one bringeth forth the 'i j| Tuesday

t f 1 I, Henry Boyer, DeLand. t! chafing-dish and feedeth thee with

it; 1 t 1 Rollin Fiero,.. Daytona. ( the antbrosial Newburgh, and the ;, ,. REEL LESS CHARM

1': 1 1t : nectarine home-brew ,(the janitor of
t I Phctograpns, out different: Made ;j Science Hall taketh orders); when Wednesday I

nay or night. rain or chine with mynew she donneth a fascinating I i
Opposite Star Garage j I t I apron; :MIDNIGHT
3 j' light. Vansicker&:; StodJo i South when ,she lighteth thy pipe, saying: i J
t Side Square. "Do smoke! for it is I
: i so chummy! i
,I. Vi q
V j when she offereth to bathe thine aching [I Friday

f'f French Dry Cleaning and Dyeing. Phone 675 :1 I Do your sleeping in the afternoon., head in san-de-cologne, and mak. ', PEACOCK ALLY i

1 t Come to Sunday school in the morn eth the cushion more ccmfy at the :i -

L-------------------.'. o ing. 'back. I bid thee be not moved. ",.

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