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Title: The Florida alligator
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Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 1922
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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AND GARNI- ..1 Florida Every 'Gator be a Booster

GAL EDITION I III8 tor Back the high school fellows

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r: FOR A. GREATER FLORIDA .


:ii- UNIVERSITY OF .'
FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1922 NO. 25
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LATEST VICTIMS


fill PRESENT NUMEROUS 'GATOR BALL TEAMFour FOR ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL I




ATTRACTIONS FOR VISITORS I lins Games and Stetson Played Result With Rol in 11 TRACK MEET TO-MORROW ;

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j,*'Amusement Orgy Put on CORNERSTONE OFNEWADM.BIWG Swat tin'. Crew. I B. 0. SMITH FINDS i t Compteilion Expected to be f
ty Sophomore Class. Will be Sronger This Year Than Ever '

Better Than Ever-Acts .of 1 : The 'Gators won the first game of t i iMANINLOCALCAVE! Before; Several Strong Teamsin
led Merit 1 to be Staged.IONATION the series with the Rollins Tars at FOSSIL OF ANCIENT Field Likely) to Result in

Rollins last Wednesday in an eighth )] Low Totals for' Any One

BALL_ BE LAID APRIL 21 !of inning 6-5. come-back, wit ha final score j:i; i iI I School.

I Wallace, Florida's ace, went into I
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:EVENT' OF EVENING I Grand Lodge of Masons of the the box and' held the Tars down to Prof. Vahnhyning, of 't Florida. i I'DUVAL SLATED TO

State of Florida to Officiate I three hits until the stands started State Museum, has issued a state- '

Governor Hardee and His razzing, 'after which he was relievedby ment regarding the Warren Cave I II HAVE TOUGH FIGHTString

lie Lena Chancey Will be Staff to be Present. ] Gray, who held the Tars down man which was found by B. O. Smith
( for the rest of the game. With the I and a party of college men on anexcursion

Car-l! Friday, April 21st, the Grand I score standing 3 to 2 in favor of to Warren's. Cave last Sat- of Victories of Former-

Ceremony Prior to the Open-. Lodge of the Masons of the State of Florida and three men on, Bangs pro- urday. Years Predicted to Break ;

ag. ,'of the Ball. Florida will lay the cornerstone nf the duced"the necessary triple to clean the I Prof. Vahnhyning, who has been Pressure of Fort Lauderdaleand
new Administration building. Gov- I bases. The Tars were saved onetime I examining the fossil or relic with Gainesville.

(By BILL PEPPERpromptly ernor Hardee will be here to makean I by the excellent" playing of Tay- much interest, states that it is so 1

leaning at 5 o'clockite&y address, the Board of Control will lor in right field when he raced unique as to warrant classification Nineteen of the leading high 1

-. afternoon the Second An- be present, and over two hundred back to the trees bordering the Rol- at once without resorting to the formal schools of the State have entered

1 (University of Florida Carnival, bankers meeting here for the annual lins field and snared Spencer's great methods of scientific research. He teams in the annual track meet to be
wallop with one hand. A sudden hand does not hesitate in calling it man,
afer the management of the Sopho- State Bankers' Association Convention held on Fleming Field on Saturday.
Bft Class, will occupy the time of April 21 and 22, will witness the out of bases on balls by Wallace but that it possesses characteristicsthat afternoon. Duval has entered more .
three Rollins the
placed men on
thousands of visitors, townpeople The University R. O. T. would lead the novice 'or am- men than any other school, but it is
ceremony. bases, who brought home on a
were bitious species-maker into other chan-
id itatjents in attendance at the generally thought that her usual list
Batallion will be officially reviewed I
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triple by Van Landingham, making ;nels. It is not properly admissablein
Annual State High School I of will be low the
points kept
by
by the. Governor and staff before ,the score stand 6 to 5 for the 'Gators. the established order of man, consequently -'
!i t.Meet: I .
smaller but:
teams of such
the laying of the corner-stone. I But this was the last of the scoringfor a new super-genius must I strong :
oration for this event have caliber as Fort Lauderdale, Gaines t
f The program will ipen Friday aft- both sides and the game ended be erected; he proposes the name -
ea tinder way for the past few ville, and Tampa. !
;with Florida leading. supra-producta.
t with luncheon at 1:30 in the "Trihoma smithiana
its, and it is expected that it I I ernoon a I| The score I The preliminaries: will be run off ,- ;
commons for the Governor, his staff, : "The enarest approach we have, t
i: exceed anything of the kind ever i I FLORIDA AB R II 'PO A E this afternoon while the finals will I

r.empted at the University of Flor-I the Board of Control, the' Bankers, .Bange' ,' 2b ....____....413220 (Continued on Page Eight) take place tomorrow, beginning at

i: and their wives. Blake, ;ss' ....__........ .4 1 0 1 1 11 u' J:30. Instead of having one relay
will
Some- of the many features of the'ami I The review: of the Battalion' Roach, Ib ____........5 1 1 8 0 0 'race there will be two, composed _of

will be Captain Irvings Dog t: 'come at 2:30 p. m. Adjutant General Duncan, cf __........."__4 0 1 0 0 '0 II HIGH SCHOOL MEN Schools of two classes, the winnersof

d Pony Show, which is wintering in j Lovell, and the rest of the staff Ward, c ........__=....3 .0 1 13 0 0 i each to receive a banner. The

iaejvUle, the exhibition of ,the now will appear in uniform. Bracken, 3b_.._ ....4 'l 2 02.0 I IN DECLAMATION declamation and essay contests will
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imous Warren Cave fossil man, ando At 4 p. m. the laying of the corner- Carlton, rf ......____5 1 0 2 0 21 be held tonight in the gymnasium.

$ and booths of the various or- stone will take place. Grand Master ,Spencer, If __............4 0 1 1 0 I !I CONTEST TONIGHT The usual medals will be given the

lions on the campus and in4memlle. Charles H. Kechum, of the Grand j Wallace, p _..____....3 1 0 0 2 2 I r,: winners in each of these events but

of Masons of the State will of- __._.__..____0 00000 '
Many free acts have been Lodge ;,Gray, p : the points will not count on the total -
;d for the occasion, among ficiate. Governor Hardee will makean - -I I Twelve Men From State Highf for any team as formerly.
address and the stone will be solemnly Totals ..36 6 9 27 7 .G
will be Princess Marina, who Schools Will Compete for i I I Official Schedule ,
'L dive from the dizzy height of set, adding one more step to Honors in Gym at 8 O'clock Official schedule of finals in meetto
tt teet t stair of greatness.A ROLLINS AB R H PO A EKing I
into a net. It will be well Florida's i Tonight. be held Saturday, April 8: ,
b the while of all to come and reception to the Governor andContinup..d 2b --.4 2' 1 1 1 0 100-yard dash.
1:30 m -
lee thi it eight Munden, cf _.?_........5 0 2 1 0 0 p. .
$ startling exhibition, as ( on page: m.-Pole vault. -
1:30
!tq"be: of the Taylor, rf ....__....__2 r 1 2 0 0 The State High School Declama- p.
one the features of h 1.
I( will be held 2:00: m.-One-mile run.
and Essay contest p.
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f rani. The Bucking Mule will beter .* + + + + + + + 'vanlandmgham i 3b 4 0 1 6 3 0 high hurdles.
... 0 the gymnasium tonight et 8 o'clock. 2:15 p. m.-120-yard
! of be + ,Overstreet, c ..... .. .5 0 .0 32
the free acts that will +
- .vorth the attend. NEWS BRIEFS + Roberts, If ....__....__3 0 0' 3 0 2 Twelve men are entered from the I 2:15 p. m.-Shotput. .
while of all to + j ,
lJs!! mlle has been furnished to theni'l + + ,Thomas, ss ... ......__1 0 0 0 1 2 high schools thruout Florida. Dr. 2:30: p. m.220yard dash.
l compete for Rodenbaugh, ss ......2 0 1 1 1 0 James Madison Chapman will preside 2:45 p. m.Discus throw. _
by the to '
of Captain teams
courtesy Nineteen
F, + + (Hollow rlb ....____2 1 0 10 0 1I for the occasion and the judges 3:15 p. m.-440-yard dash. .
and it those title. ;
-will: be of track _
jr a minute" ore + State make clean + Rooney, p ...;....__....3 1 0 0 3 0 will be Dr. Tench Prof. WUloughby, 3:30'p. m.-Running broad jump.

The kind. + 'Gator sluggers Rollins .i '+Colado. ....__.....__.._.-_1 0 0 0 0 0 and Miss Miltimore.The 3:45.p. m.-220-yard low hurdles.
| Coronation Ball, which will be + sweep of Stetson and (Wilson, rf..1 0 0 0 Declamation and. Essay con- 4:15 p. m_Running high Jump.'
Ja the Gymnasium beginning at 4 games.'I =.. = 0..0 I class' A.
lay
I J. test is one of the events making 'up 4:45 p. m.-
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j isle*ifl be a fitting climax for the + Second annual carnival pr)mis- 4 Tetals..-.33 5 6 .27 11 5 the State High School Track meet Class B immediately follows. classA.

ilite(grand event. The committee in + es big success. 'SuparyTwo base hits, Bracken program, although no credit will be .
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of this occasion has spared no Minor sports men go down before ; three base hits, Taylor, Vanland- given toward the athletic standingof Officials

g Ze in making it a glorious clos- + Jax "Y." 4 ingham, Bracken; struck out, Rooney the school which the winner of the Grand Marshal-President. A. A.

the for the State Track Meet and + Rifle team defeated for first 4 3, Wallace 8, Gray 2; base taken on contest represents.The Murphree. *p, J--

?: social events that will take + time by Wisconsin, Univ. 4, ,balls, off Rooney 3, Wallece 5; hit contestants and the schools Referee--W. G. *Mine.
5J is Gainesville throughout the debates to be staged. -t + Triangular: 4, by pitcher, by Rooney ; they will represent are as follows: Judges of ,
tc.rand + next Friday night. Douglas and KonkieL I Edmund McGill, Melrose. Fleet; Prof. P. L. Reed, Prof. A. P. -
; preparations have been made ancient man found in aWarren's SECOND GAME. I D/CodyV" '
of
+ Fossil Prof. M.
0 Edgar Johnston, Fort Lauderdale. Black
fob
the Coronation of Miss Lena Cave. 4 The Rollins Tars lost the second Y. Byrd,
,( + \ John Dickinson, Duval. v Scorers-A. N. SoUee.C.
r who was elected recently. ': contest to be waged H. Thursday at Orlando. by> the V **
4 IJeclamation). game Harold Wallace, Bradentown. Rich. L. Stanley.
UOPularit
t the y contest to, be Queen 4* in gym. tonight. H score of 15 to 0. I Chandler Stith, DeLani Timekeepers-Dr. P.. G. Manchester -
Diversity Carnival.; The plans'L \ be CTOTD4 pitching for the 'Gators, : '
to Hartman
Chancey Bain.
frtr thla +..Miss\ ,Lena Raymond Burr, Tallahassee. rof. F. RogersCapt. F. H.
pompous event have been 4 from his hands
Carnival. had the Tars eating i
of the Pete
'Bivins
ed Queen W. J ;
+ Francis Rem Orlando. Announcers- t
>> v modeled the actual court five
on played Spanish during the entire game, only .
flhonles of the old world, and true i 4* Masqueraders 4 I hits being registered against him. t Jose Avellanal,. Tampa. Harris. '!
r Nights for last time. O. E. White, Dr. J.
+ Field Judges--
jPzuatic will William Ward, Daytona.
and royal sPlendor air-tight ball, he '
''Freshmen, team ot J Besides pitching t t
: + Schedule of Donald Ocala M. Leake, Capt. A* W JLmis..
I'll.' H. clouted out the only homer of the Stroup, '
ue.ceremonies will take place; +.._ (announced. ..for. next year. series,. putting the ball to the'raee \ Walter Brewster Eustis. Assistant Field 'Judges-jRobert'. : D.,
'e.of the Gymnasium at the be- +_- :. :.. '! v (Continued on Page 4) John Creed, Fort Pierce. (Continued on Page Eight) .

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( Fred Mansour) Here's were old plantation songs : ...- -- .

The Carnival committee has been and old classic negro songs, and : "'''
; i fortunate in securing the services of music:will be pulled off where guitar : Drink at "-.' .

Captain Irving:, who brings with him solo, liberty quartet, and clog danc- .
the educated pony, Prince Albert, a ing will reign supreme. The jazz, .
:remarkable pony, indeed, that has jazz unlimited inimitable, will fill the
{ been showered with *a galaxy of air. This side show will be under
i x medals and prizes for doing the fa- the auspices of the students researchand

<, I lions number act. The feat is 'calculated zoological, club.L. i ; MILLER'SX I.

'f to soften the most hardened "
J r spectator? ; and be it here k'nown that S. S. GIRL CLUB. 1 H: :

I the pony is very gracious about as- Sandwiches, drinks, peanuts, pop i <'. t
< I' senting to a reasonable number of corn. No carnival complete without t .
c t The who has been fi<. :!< X: -0'
encores. Captain them and the ladies will endeavor : < Satisfaction MeetFurchgott's .
"' and
wintering' in Gainesville, will leave to satisfy the demand if that is pos- ." :F -"- < ": Service .

; I ,shortly to join the larger ,carnivalsof sible. After cheering for your team : J, 4
: I'j 1 the country. {you really need a cooling drink and 4
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: The Bucking Donkey. He bucks,here's the place. .t
; fce kicks, he snorts; he has ;a !, \ ..... .........
I i delicate hoofs' p3iJ"I I .................. .. .
which leave a generous \j SPECTOR'SVEIXIE STAND.

sized imprint. upon its victim. j i Gentlemen, here's the place where --=
;: I But' that wont shoo the dauntless :sausages and sandwiches galore will .-. _:_:_- _-_''- -, "', -.. -- '"i- __ _._ = - < ;\;:. ::-_ -_ -
+f'w. uld-be-gallant. riders from taking the!: enticingly arranged for the sup- i

', chances with the one dollar a minute j jperless r mess hall and boarding house .

I offer. ,j i patronage. When you are hungry, Men's Store
I 3 Ho! Princess: Marina, the inimitable 'I it's a cinch that the juicy smell of
dare-devil frankfurters will Issue from this
of the favorite sex; ,
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will perform her spectacular high- I counter and direct your sniffin' nos- .

diving act. She's without a peer, she trils. Be not delayed.

i i 1 admits ty With proportions that "" ,

_.would put the wood nymphs fo playing THE CAVE MAN. ', -" .. ....:. L---;. _-:. -' I
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hide and seek, she will stand upon The most mysterious feature of the ,: ;:"> ':-

i I a tower risng to the dizzy height of carnival, the most weird, and most ,__a-- ,': _. Thebest
t: seventy-five :feet, and make an exquisite greusome, is the Warren Cave man. -. '
f dive.Grappling. The university scientists have :

I mix-up bout. Don't scratched their heads and puzzled ri IN ; place

,; fail to see Commodore Barrs, the over this something! between an animal -
:! Brazilian Demon, in his} final match and a human. If only the lately .
y ; with Scissors Boya, the undefeated bemoaned"; : Darwin was here to ex- : ; '< in Florida

t gnat-weight champion of St. John's plain the riddle. .. \ '. ", A.- _

I river. The challenger has burnt the The mystery creature is a blunt ._ : ..: '- : .
: midnight' oil endeavoring to discover creature with an oddly shaped skull ;;'- .-: -. to .shop!
I a way to defeat the champ who has and three fingered hands and three ;
greater advantages from a physical L toed feet. One arm dangles loosely -,' ,
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., standpoint.. ; from his stomach and an extra leg
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/ hangs between the other two. Just
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i THE CUPID BOOTH. :where he fits in evolution we can't
Signor Marsicano who holds undisputed say. He's not the missing link, but '" 'The Store Accommodating'
i sway at the Cupid Doll there's something missing about '
Counter, invites you for a promenadewith -
him.This Write us your wants
one of his chic little Miss Cu- wierd creature was found by

pid's, Xf arrow fame. These prettyyoung |I several University boys, B. O. Smith when, you can't come
things with the baby stare and L. T. Pendarvis at Warren's Cave Jacksonville
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and the goo-goo eyes, will be an appropriate about fourteen miles away. He will ,, -
souvenir of the day. They 71 be exhibited at the carnival before
I: want a happy home they say, .and I j the eyes of wondering thousands. .

I i if you are at all particular, you may Don't miss him. o.www -----
I 'pick from an assortment of blondes,I gere and is released by Metro Pictures wooooilsaal I

: .brunettes, straw-brunettes, and flaming FARR L1TT. BOOTH. Corporation for Tiffany Pro- I I Weaver's Steam Laundry I
red-headed dolls. Incidentally, Pennants, pennants, pennants. ductions, Inc. The story of a Parisian -
a the. Cupid Doll Booth of last year's Everybody wants one, and this is the dancer who falls in love witha FOR I

carnival was the most successful place to get 'em. Pennants of all small town American youth and AND PRESSING I
t HIGH CLASS CLEANING
i booth, both artistically and financi- kind and any number. This will be a finds her husband's people scandal
ally. distinct Florida, booth, the whole of I!ized when she goes back to his home, | -
4 All Hillsboro men will immediately which will'be a maze of Orange and resulting in the couple seeking their j ,.. .
t f': ;1 recognize the booth by the profusion Blue regalia.Sir II fortunes in New York, is one which ib ;..- --, -. -- -

i f''t. : of the red and black which will be George Stanly wlil be there, gives Miss :Murray unusual oppor-
r !! displayed in profusion. in readiness behind the counter, to tunity to appear in many gorgeous' Glasses Fitted
t. \ scatter them to the four winds, for I and artistic costumes among elabor
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I JOHN MARSHALL SOCIETY. a .mere dime-for ten brown coppers.I,ate settings.
I I t .$ Law books have been torn to I Among the notable cast which aids Eyes Tested
4 t shreds, the leaves of law dictionaries DUVAL CLUB. I 3Iiss Murray in interpreting this y--

!' wasted into thumbsmeared nothingness Duval Candy Booth. Where Utell romance of two countries is Monte i
: ; brain cells of law professors !i'em Boyd or Count Slantly will hand Blue in the leading male role, Ed- <'\ .
I f ransacked." All this to get certain j!out the sweet things for '
your girL ward Lowe W. J. Ferguson, Anders Broken lenses duplicated in one. hour's r
t i I !: { data pertaining to a certain case, a 1 I Satisfaction guaranteed _or profits I Randolf, William Tooker, Howard time -. .
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1 moot trial, which the society is plan- efunded.
: Land, William Frederick, M. Durant '
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;i'. The is that of -oIII! :
} case a poor defend- TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB. ard directed it. Oliver T. Marsh was -<
t- I ant'who murdered his mother-in-law j f Pies, cakes, lemonades, shakes, etc. the photographer. ". -.t I
f .because she did not see_possibilities !This filling station will be prepared 1 : ..
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f' for his vocal talent, and who he alleges -'for any emergency calls and first aid Join your fellow students at the ':' ...!!!!!!!! wrt I It
showed uter contempt for his cases. A. physician will be presentin
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Methodist Baraea -Class t I It
on Sunday
t melody divine. The case has been case too much pie is consumed with t! Bedding Pillow Cases
i referred to the Freshman Class, from bad after effects. 3Iany members of mornings. t \ _JIt
which the participants will be chosen. the club wlil
be present to satisfy the Sheets
public appetite and incidentally to Do your sleeping in the afternoon. f Blankets I II

RED, ALEXANDER, SNAKE gather in the shekels. Come to Sunday school in the morn I I
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CHARMER. ing. I RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES ,

I v Watch him as he charms the deadly MAE MURRAY IN HER t. r, MADE TO SPECIAL. ORDER :.;
ptiIes, as he calms the treacherous LATEST, "PEACOCK ALLEY. FREE RIDE e ;t ,
serpents with his steady eye. He The "Baraca Special" leaves the ,
""walks in the midst of them and risks With May Murray in the stellar corner of Bnclcman HaIl about 9:30 I WeKeep Everything for Your Room ;

-iiislife that the spectators may experience role of "Peacock Alley which comes Sunday.mornings. I :
j) the thrill of witnessing a to the Lyric Theatre today, motion ,
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genuine fakir in the assumed garb picture fans will have the opportunity -- -- -- ... ,
""of' orange and blue. Red calls his to see this beautiful star of t JOHN B. SUTTON j '

snakes by pet names, fondles them stage and screen in one of the most I I @ .
Attorney-At-Law
.' bout his neck. He flirts with death t elaborate of productions. t
301 Citizens Bask BU !
in a hundred different ways. You "Peacock Alley presented by Robert t GAINESVILLEfL0RICil .J

I will ever remember his death-defying J( Z. Leonard, is by Edmund ,Gould a. TAMPA, FLORIDA I, .

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. eiile _..Mar. 22 ....Fla.._ 6 Mercer_ University 10 .000 .' in Porter's Fitform Clothes for young

. _..-Mar. 23 ...Fla..... 7 Mercer University _--._I ,+:
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idle .500 men men who want to stay .
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.. Park _.Mar. 29 _Fla._ 6 Rollins College .______u___ 5 .500 .; young. In the tailoring of these sup t.i .

p 'r park _Mar. 30 _.Fla.15 Rollins College ____ 0 .600 erbly styled garments the "easy-way .
1, _._..Mar. 31 ..-.Fhu10 Stetson
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: )tatd.- _.__.Apr. 1 __Fla.... 6 Stetson University __ 1 .714 way way l
. )runiak Spgs. _.Apr. 5 __Fla.11 Palmer College ___'_ o .750 I "How fine can they be made?" crowds N f :

. Ier ak Spgs. __Apr. 6 ._.Fla..... Palmer College out the usual manufacturing question \ t I
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-Miss. ____Apr. 10 _Fla_.. Mississippi College .
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t Ga. _..-----Apr. 15 Fla..... Yale ._..._nn ..._._ul -__... : TWENTY TO SEE THE '+,

l&esyjfle? __.....Apr. 22 __Fla_. Rollins College ___......__ NEW SPRING STYLES WITH TOE e .. \ $
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J College, Miss. Univ., and Yale against the score of 959 made by .'- <{<: -- \
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Tuesday afternoon Coach Richbourg C. R. Hiatt____________-._______.94 : :i -; -, :'
kd his valient crew of swatters on afro C. T. Davies._______________93 Jacksonville, Corner Bay and Laura :

weeks trip through Georgia, Ala- H. M. Salley..._......_.._.._________..-..92
ffla and Mississippi to play a series I D. G. Graves ________--_____.___.92 1
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?fnine,games with the five strong: I T. L. Vansickel. ._.._.___.__.__.__92 A. '- .....
I jstfits from Palmer College, Camppenning O. R. Davis ____...____..________...-.n91 :;
Mississippi College, Univer- W. Middleton __......._.________91 .
Jit Sjt of Mississippi, and Yale. I D. Disbennett S. _______________________.....-..92 :-. ................................., $,....+...G. i

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team landed first at I .
Springs, where they took on Palmer Total .______---_________________---_-927 i NORTHWESTERN i
|o2 tge,in two games on Wednesday In firing against U. P. I. the same UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL.The i
Ed Thursday. News of the scores ill luck followed the team. U. P. I. WE CATER ESPECIALLY TO THE

r W not: been received up to the timed made a score of 491, while the 'Gator ( oldest Law School in'Chicago) Men
University
going to press.From team shot 468. The U. P. I. men i Fall Term opens Monday, Sept. 25.

i this town the boys will leap, made one perfect score. Florida'sindividual i to Wednesday, August 23, 1922. AZALEA TEA HOUSE
ffer to Columbus, Ga., where they score follows: Summer Term, Wednesday, June 21, 4
I pin to the touches on C. R. Hiatt .._..;.._...._..._________98 The Summer Faculty includes members
auld put finishing two R. C. Trimble __________________96 I of Supreme courts of the following -
I friend, Camp Benning, in O. R. Davis ________________________-94 i Colorado, South Carolina,
Paes Friday and Saturday. States: --------- ---------
I H. M. Salley _-____________ _____________92 i West Virginia and Illinois. '
shouldering ,,
Again bloodied
their 't FIRST NATIONAL BANK
88 I
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T. L. Vansickel ------------- Requirements for Admission "
war clubs, the 'Gators will I Incorporated 1888
Proof of "
I *'4e 1 a sudden attack on Mississippi Total I _____..._________:._.______v_.._..__..468 i.satisfactory Candidates for completion a degree of:three yearsof f Capital, $100,000. Surplus. $150,000 I II
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allPge at Clinton, Miss., Monday and .
;T1IeSday. -- I college study. t GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA f fq
J vile Monday, April 17. Special Students. Proof of comple- .. .
Tae of at -------------------
University Mississippi The Florida squad will contain one tion of four years of high achol or
fi ord is the next in line for a drubjS. of the strongest batteries that has its equivalent. i -
( Ethen, after a day of rest yet gone out to represent: this insti Auditors. Members of the bar who I
l!, Friday, April 14, the 'Gators will t: tion. Gray, Hartman Wallace, either cannot meet the above require-' .
$*&&,.demolish the Yale gang. Boswell and Dixon will hold down the ments or who do not ask for credit GAINESVILLE PLANING AND COFFIN CO.

' ftMinnine will return to Gaines- will receive the pill. Roach, Bange For bulletins and detailed information.
and Bracken will guard first, respectively address' Secretary of the Law School, Daily Capacity 25,000 Feet. Gainesville,. Fla

I Gn( EXHIBITION POSTPONED Blake will play short, Duncan, I Northwestern University Building. 31 .
I -.-- Bassley and Carlton will gracethe West Lake street, Chicago; Ill. '
r The gym. exhibition, which was to outfield, and Mohanna will serve as :.
completes in international law: _. .
Kline
Coach Richbourg Coach
been of '
} held during the evening utility man.
I of fifteen. what's sovereignty?" SEE
"Carter
Saturday, the party
the 8th, )has been postpon-I
i-ed I Johnny Carter: "Coach, I haven't. Vidal Drug
I for two weeks, as the boys who : CompanyFOR
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"Yes. I got so I I
Stewart: read today's lesson.
!1'ue expected to participate have too L. D. DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES, i i
rhee"and
"My Country, 'Tis of : Coach: "Well don't know if that :
could play
r-7 activities to take care of dur- a
CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENS.
;tt?the coming week, and will not be "Home, Sweet .Home. would have made any difference. .
could playyour
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1 before the exhibition. trombone well?" I i Patronize 'Gator advertisers.
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EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT impossible for the Tars to registerany

: I Pete HarrIs ............_...........__..--..._...._____._ -.Editor-in-Chief. hits on their side of the sheet

f' Glover idler ...__.-.--.....-_.___.__..r..._._" ........__.__.__Managing Editor until the last part of' the game, when .
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r Robert' ,',6.ray;" .._..... .. .__'--.........',..._Assistant .Managing Editor i iI !I eve/ player on the Florida team .

I I {' .L.1..j" ft-u.'; .$:gc 4-----..... .-.._-._-.. _..... .Sporting Editor I II I made a ,Joke pf the game UNIVERSITY MEN .v, .#'

I, : Hobert! Weeks ___'_" _'''_''__..-'_ ... "0 .... Assistant Sport Editor. I The '.'
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.! ...., :t ,. REPORTERS j j a r Roach, Ib ___.__5 1 3 13 0 1 .... 4-i ;. ... :, ;:; .
.i : -o ;... ; t i Duncan, cf ,__ .-3 2 1 0 0 0 .Haman Shoes,, anbajtan."Shirfc FfCX, :
) Fd JY o4d Fry;William Parmenter, B each Hazard. J. D. Wheeler, Fred !< Ward, c----3 2 0 9 0 0 i f.
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I H''t 1 : Jo1mc. pedLangwortby. .' :;:Canton, rf __..___.__..3 2 2 0 1 0 .'
I BUSINESS DEPARTMENT I''Spencer, If ___L..5 1 2 2 0 0 Hail orders-; ''Bpfalt, ,.-. .; .. ;'':-i. "_: ':

9! tI! I Aleck elite......,_____-.,...... ........_.........-. ..,.Business Manager 'Hartman,--------1 p ______..2 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .':. ;ij;..: :j i.--/. ,..;. :'

"!, tIorat. 'Wilson. ...........,_ ___. _...._._..-.-Assistant Business Manager. ,,"Gray- ._ : -- ,- .: .\ -. .;: :.:/ .-. '>';::

'i : : '" Entered. ** second-class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at j! '-fotais.32 15 19 27 11 2 .' :
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GabeYili. Fl*., under the Act of Ma rch 3d 1879. .
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,:: :Rate;:-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year. !E King, 2b ___._._..1__..__ 0 0 4 5 0 HENRY'GiDDENS CLOTHING CO. .

il "Mnden, cf ....._..____4 0 0 1 0 0
\ !! .'" WELCOME, TRACK MEN II II.1 i Taylor perl _------4 0 10 2 0 I';f< T HFAf.'FLORIDA' .

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.1 It ila keen pleasure for the student body to welcome you, ;. .., ,
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I Ij track men, of the Florida High Schools to our campus; firstly, because -!. Roberts, rf __....____3 0 0 0 1 1 :' :.... 15.-
I d: you are "the chosen few," so to speak, of your respective 1Ii I Rodenbaugh, ss-p ..2 0 1 3 4 2

Ii ii High Schools and, secondly, because the University authorities:' Holloway, Ib _____.__3 0 0 10 1 0

..it t make the annual High School Track meet a special occasion for Wilson, If ____._________3 0 2 1 0 0
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4 r your benefit. We would consider it an honor if you would make -
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:,; Ii yourselves your own I Totals..33 0 5 27 12 71,

I J: institution and a perfect liberty to ask what you will. It is the I!I Summary: Two base hits, Brack-I

r desire of the student body to have you see the University in its en, Carlton, Spencer ((2));'

I true.light and to know that we are proud of it in every respect. ,hit,. Blake, Carlton, Wilson; home ,
i\ t Any of our men will be glad to show you over the grounds and ,'run'' Hartman; struck out by Hartman '
; 9, Taylor 2, Rodenbaugh 2; base v ... .: I,
different points of interest at any time, for we have many. Please i<
Rodenbaugh
on balls, off Hartman 1,
.. make it your business while here to learn all you can about our.3, Taylor 2; sacrifice hits, Carlton ,: ";:...

school and compare it with other institutions of the,South. ':and Spenser; stolen bases, Roach, A .

We wish every one of you success as far as is possible in the:!'Bange: Ward; umpires, Douglas and J .
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undertakings that brought you here and may you all go back to .Wilson. ; ..

aN, your. respective High Schools with a record that ,is good. I(FLORIDA-STETSON. (First Game) '.!
j I f The, University of Florida won the .. -
; ;j:first game of the series with Stetson I -. .- "i ; j The Carnival bids fair to outstrip that of last year, for no :;'"University at Stetson last Friday, by :: --<

; stone has been left1 unturned by the Sophomore Class to make it a :'the score of 10 to 5. .

1( : success. This Class is to be lauded in its earnest efforts to put !!j The 'Gators started #f a real
I merry-go-round in the sixth, innning,
over this affair, for all things are ready for the grand opening to- Man-Made *
making: six runs on hits. Then in Lightning
morrow night and it is all for the benefit of a worthy cause. Inasmuch i|'!: the last half of that inning the Hat- :: .

as the proceeds are to go to the fund for building a Memorial 'ters showed whaa they could do, and

I Fountain for the school we bespeak the patronage of the with two out, Higginbotham on third, .' FRANKLIN removed some of the mystery.

i ;r general public, as well as the student body. There will'be lots of and two strikes on the batter, Higgy has science really explainedthe
1 Istole\ home. It was the prettiest steal
I I f fun and your money's worth of everything. electrical phenomena of the thunderstorm.
that has ever been seen on the Stet-

son field. Duncan go ta home run in this theory. '
4 In all of our fun this week-end let's not forget that 'GATOR ,I the sixth with the bases clean. In Dr. C. P. Steinmetz expounds \

I NINE, battling for the Orange and Blue in foreign territory.And ';:: the third, Bange hit a ball to second Raindrops retain on their surfaces electricali i
base which should have been out. charges, given off by the sun and other incandescent <"I |!

i once more the fair damsels invade the wilds of the i I Blake made a single, advancing him bodies. In falling, raindrops combine,.,J:;; ,

I 3i i 'Gator Lands and many will be the heart throbs of manly 'Gators to second, then through some cosily but their surfaces do not increase in proportion ", .
I errors both of the: men crossed the rapidly.,;
Hence the electrical
: t flit here and there pressure grows
as they over the Campus, for is not spring ::: for
plate counting runs. The Hatters '
and
here? Finally it reaches the limit the air can stand
MUI pulled I off a double on the 'Gators
.. the lightning flash results. :4
,which counted for two the
runs, only ....
: I t :. The Track team is continuing show more and more form double play of the, afternoon One"S1,.
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And have artificial lightning.
now we
t l' and the men are becoming more enthusiastic and earnest. The I If. j I The score: .one
FLORIDA AB R H PO A E million volts of electricity-approximately
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f. team will probably make only one trip this year, that to the S. I. Bange, 2b ___.._..4" 1 2 0 3 1 fiftieth the voltage in a lightning flash have

I :x A. meet. Dickson has returned to college and is expected to Blake, ss ______' _._:=_4 1 1 2 5 2 been sent successfully over a transmission line

I if .1"I'A.: considerable strength to the track outfit. i i iI i:Roach Ib _______.4 0 1 7 0 1 in the General Engineering Laboratory pf the .

I .tx; Duncan; cf ...____.4 1 2 2 0 0 five
General Electric, Company. This is nearly :
Bracken, 3b -4 1 1 3 0 0
SECOND ANNUAL CARNIVAL will be in the city during the latter i' Carlton, rl _:_____5 1 2 2 0 0 times the voltage ever before placed on a trash :
WILL PRESENT NUMEROUS. I('part of the week for other social I I '
I work, c -._- .___.5 2 2 6 1 0 mission line. : !
; ATTRACTIONS FOR VISITORS functions ",: ___..__ !
Spencer, If -:4: 2 2 1 0 0 *
..... .,,110 ......;: ___ The officials in charge are Much valuable knowledge of high voltage
conti-I Grey, p---_...........3 1 1 0 8 0 .
t'-jrf: '(Continued from Page 1) dent that when the dance is Mahannah, Ib __1 0 0 4 0 ,1 phenomena-essential for extending long $** -

4 gmnihg.of th!,,e ball. The Royal Coach return the carnival is ended every one will I, .- - -. tance transmission;--was acquired from these .
home with the feeling that
-,wni.. -.give'ups to the door as heralds great things are being done,here at Totals38. z10. 14 27 17 ..3..'. tests. Engineers now see the potential power.in |

announce the approach of the Queen. the University, and the adage "A 'STETSON AB R H PO A E 'mountainstreaJns serving in industries |

.1h.e.:.royal procession will march down Greater Florida," will be. changed to Hooper, 55 __....__,--.5 1 1 3 2' 1 hundreds of miles.a\vay. |
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of in "The Greatest Florida.
the lines spectators the -
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.White, Ib ___....4 1 0 7 0 0 >
1 i aim nd: will proceed to the throne Murray, 3b ______4 0 1 2 1 i Man-made was the result of un.1
I whi li-"Wnl be erected in the rear TARS AND HATTERS .1mbert. If ____4 0 1 1 1 1 grudging and patient experimentation by the t,

of the ball room. The elaboratecerfmony LATEST TICTIMS OF 'Hen, rl __3 1 1 1 0 0 same engineers ,who first sent 15,000 volts over

of the coronation will then 'GATOR BALL TEAM :Higginbotham, c __3 1 1 I' 0 0Eickli a long .distance irtY,
begin with, Bill Bivens, president of titer, cf ___4 0 0 .5 1 0 years ago.

the University Student Body, as master (Continued from Page 1) :Marko'WSb, 2b ___4 ,0 2 0 4 1 "Keeping everlastingly at it brings success.-99"*.J'

t I I of ceremonies.the various After classes this the track fence. Starting with the sec- i Currenton, 2b ___..1 i O. 0 0 _QI It is difficult to forecast: what the results of the
: x .presidents) --of onthe' ond inning the 'Gators got to Tay- Richardson, p _--2 .0 0 1 3 0 :}
I next thirty be
campus" 'will pay homage to the ilor for three runs, after which the Iaritz, c -_____l 0 0 0 0 0 years may
a, JneBnd presents will be presented j'hits and runs came across the plate -'
from the student body. This willoccupy 1 with more or less frequency. In the I I. Totals.-.36 5 ; ;; ;; 4 .''S,

only a comparatively short j I.I sixth inning Taylor was relieved by : Summary: Stolen bases, Rigginibotham -

time and ;the dance will begin immediately I Rodenbough, but a number of clouts ] Carlton, Work, Roach; two GonerEIectriC4)
at its close. greeted the Rollins pitcher from the base hits, Lambert, Hon, Higginboth- .
K For this event the committee has time he west on the mound until I j I am,. Markowitz, Bange; home run CeacnJ oat* Company ---" .N.Y.

been fortunate in securing Collins' landingham went in. Seven van-I I I Duncan; doublepla'S, Richardson to

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PEABODY CLUB Perhaps the best I
number was Mr. I
,Milton, Wyatt's. talk, "What the Qri' !f
Club met Monday night, ental Thinks of Americans.:" .
1y He
session. The discussed this WHAT WOULD
Sri m regular I subject from every side J'
'fetChers College representatives ,. and showed thorough preparation and : : .
f!it Trianular Debate rehearsed 'a. full understanding of his subject -F

,peabody audience and Dr.' J.J After Mr. Wyatt had concluded, ,. ,_v
aD. Much criticism' 'was five minutes were taken in ;
0If, up parlia- :- -: HAPPEN ,
.1 both Peabody members and I jinentary drIll, and this was followed ': .. ;
and especially was the ,by the report.gf Mr. A.'O. Scuderi ; \ : : t' : '
given by Br. Chapman of'constattire .,j the arms conference its reasons and on :: t,:. : .. < : :
benefit.\ results. Mr. Scuderi threw some interesting '
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fj j ort business session was ;held: lights on this subject, and :. _, : .:: sC
IT Ebinger was elected tern- I Jalso I showed that he had spent some ? -' 4II ,',_ J.
: 'rJ r secretary during the absence I r time in preparation .... : : :' : '
1 Lee UTork. The following "New York's Newest : : : ; > : .
It 1.I. Theatre" was -R ., *":.. '"0c ,
10 read, aftji "J '
was treated
for April by Mr. Hubert Weeks. Judging '
the club adjouned I I from his des .ription. the Carroll) ,. -' > !:
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mminutes'ta1k--Hinson. I I f After a short business : <; .
? session, in.whin IF WE DID NOT HA VEADVERTISERS 'c'.3: >
(ate: Subject, "Resolved, that' .: ,it was decided to meet next I
I Jsaiwn has declined since the'fall I F Monday evening at 6:45 on account of "
Affirmative, W. J. BullockIf the Chautauqua, the ; ;
meeting ad- :
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_j and C. W. Persons. I|I : '-f: ,. ":- ,: ;' /;
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fire Before the Civil iyar1.lbert. !;SEVEN GAMES ON-? '' '

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Hie program for the meeting of the i '.L. : >;: : :': \ /
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lasted Qf a. try-out for. the Inter- Coach Acosta Announces Seriesof .--' ;:? -.," l
Jege!! Debating Team. The tjuesJa I tt : -
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discussed was: "Resolved,.that .ve :.
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lie president of the United States ; r. .
[kid be limited to a single term of Rats Will Take on, Princeton .- :"8 t I
ja years." on November 30 in Jax. The Florida Alligator is supported ;.
The judges: Dr. Turlington, Dr. j
|3aly. Profr Rogers and Prof. Wil- The FreshmEn! 1922 football;: hed- -
jagkby selected the following to de- ule, announced:by'John S. Acofija, 'last" almost entirely by its Advertising. 4 = ,I
jjnd: the Ag. College: A. J. Geiger, Wednesday included seven games ,
It t L Walker and H. S. Wilson, with I I I with "baby" teams of the largest ..0' :I
11R.Davis as an alternate. j I schools of the South and one with : '

Awry. inspiring talk was given by !I Princeton for November 30. Advertisers are i in to get. RE- .: ; .
Ik Tarluigt
mcorned. I been aroused by our entrance into f .. .,..,>- ,.
the Southern Inter-Collegiate Association >!:
and the prospect of a Freshman SULTS. '._,: ;: ,
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team at the University >> -
It is now an actuality; the new men ,
The regular meeting of Farr Lit. coming from the high schools of 'the -c'I
'ist Monday night was one of the state will immediately have ano ppor- I When make a purchase tell 2 ;{: '
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interesting: and instructive of tunity to enter regular games to get

te lwle,,was year.entertaining The excellent.vas well proPo as- equal the best chance of training for a position and to have on the an them you saw their ad in the'Alri' t i

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a4iet!; and seemed to be tborough'lymjo varsity eleven the following year. : .. .
d.' The system is bound to develop ; k
1 /,Russell;King talked on the pro-t Florida material and will eliminate ligator. },
paalto lengthen the calendar to r John S. Acosta, the new coach from ;;
t teen months, which is now under I Yale, for the "Rat" team, was at. \-.:i1. ;
-!deeraUon. The prevailing senti- I the University a. few days ago. He is .
amt" ras quite'conservative, nearly I a big, fine fellow like Dickson and all |
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! "Tone being against it. !'who have seen him are well pleased.It BY.J'i.: i.
is reported that the Freshmen will >
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ors; ; White Ducks and't t .new coach is as follows:,i .. .:: I .
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: J Id'' McNair said there is a vast improvement SPORTS '!r rENN.MEETSS.C.-- 1

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)' MORE RELIGIOUS 1''I college.evangelistic Students service would in those ridicule days, but an MET STARS IN JAX. !a HERE IN TRIANGULAR !; SPORTINGTennis GOO1\,

; today they attend the meetings of this :
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Last Tuesday night
i |regard to Bible study and religious j Baseball
f I : ''services I more interest was shown in :of Florida boxing, wrestling, and volley jt t I i i

: !!i 'I'them today, although the State University -i| ball teams, met the Y. M.\ C. A. t Florida Teams Will Debate Simultaneously j

;t,\ : I "There is not so much ridicule andsrteptiicism I he attended also had these !I[ teams of Jacksonville- at Jackson-- I in Knoxville and iI QUALITY-SE R\1Q\ '

:, with regard to religion meetings. I viIIe. Although the University representatives I Columbia Wells, Walker,
t ;; I among college men of today as there .: I
showed
I I Twenty-five years ago the college, [ worked hard and Holland and Fleming to Rep-
t Baird
I *a$ twenty-five is the j
years ago
I :man had more time to think and real fight in everything, they were resent U. of F. Hardware
i; I
anikioa expressed by Dr. McNair, who '
: did not realize the need of God in {unable to gain a decision over their -
.,' I ftondocted the evangelistic services i
,
;their work. The tendency toward opponents.
debate between
s
I f L East week. I The annual triangular ,
: I i I I betterment.: The busy college man ot j In the opening event Leischer met
Universities Florida, j jI
... : As to the morals and Christian the of._
business man feels the need of God Crosby, lightweight of the "Y" team
I
'SJeals of the I Tennessee and South Carolina takes
j college men of today, Dr. (
; i iln these days of strenuous work.The I and after a lively tussle for ten !j' 14th. Florida debates
place Friday, April -
f
:; I ;busy man who goes out from college 1 minutes the ]!judges rendered their 1 the University of South Carolina ENGRAVED-:

: : ,\ e \UiiyERSITY OF VIRGINIA I must take God in his heart if he is decision in favor of Crosby. This in Knoxville, Tenn., and the University -.l i

I. : Summer Quarter !to succeed. Dr McNair quoted an instance |was the lightweight bout. {. of Tennessee in Columbia, S. CALLING CARS
I f Florida in the "
where a big successful busi Davis represented
f I JC. The University of South Carolina
Tvrst Term-June :
s 19 -July 29. 'ness man knelt for a few .moments welterweight against Joe Pomeroy of .
f Second Term-July 31-Sept. 2.Tie l[lof prayer before starting his daily j the "Y." This was a very close debates the University of Tennessee for young
> men
the Florida
.: I j'at Gainesville in Gym. I
Summer Quarter is an integralyart work, so that he could carry on the match but the judges awarded the : i
t of the University Year, the I duties required of him. There is a i honor to Pomeroy on points. 1'at 8 p. m. The three debates occur

acarses being the same in charact I Ii !pressure on men today to be religious j'j In the middleweight class Stauri simultaneously. The question is; !t tI Gainesville Daily I fo
American CoastWise
t "Resolved, That -
i and credit value as in the other quarters ; I 1as I they find it almost impossible to : Pomeroy was pitted against Sam I

\ of the year. I II !do their best 'unless they be so. I Cornwall of the "Y" team, who is a .. Shipping Should be" Exempt I Today's News Tofc

I Degrees are conferred upon men I{ Continuing, Dr. McNair said that ::!wrestler of experience and .skill. from Panama Canal tolls. ,

'1 :: : rand women for summer work. I altho in the present day there are i(i Pomeroy was thrown after a light The team to be sent" to Knox\il1e'i --
j I .
:; iTenn., is composed of J.
The Master's I
s Degree be obtained
may things to detract people from match of 6 minutes. :j I
1 1 amore .: and J. R. Wells. It will take the
r t+ in three
Summer Quarters.; !! I
"i the church than there were a quarter !I j After the wrestling the gym was I
) .: It offers opportunities unexcelled in I of a century ago, men are coming to ];|;I cleared for volley ball. The "Y" team i iI {i affirmative side of the question S H 0 E -
I ; the {j against the University of South Caro- ;
South and makes troa
I" a ; appeal look for God's guidance in their life ,showed their superiority by defeating :
I j: lina. The team which will be sent to
\ to teachers
seeking broader scholarship 'l
: work. I i the Florida team 15-4, 15-11 and 15-3'
t ;.Columbia: S. C. uphold the H B. M. TENCH
.i and and wider to nega- i
I t training social I In summarizing, Dr. McNair said, j I in the first three games of a 3 out
L
I 1 ; I, Contacts and to college students desiring "As the affairs o the world become :Hof 5 match. The Florida team was tive against the University of Tennessee

t i to complete degree require I I more strenuous and more is demanded j I.weak on the offensive and seemed j is composed of J. G. Holland 0 Gainesville (
(! ,. ,
ments. and E. E. Fleming Both teams leave
: of or forced on man, the more he unable to put it past the "Y" men, j jI *
I1'i r Attendance last quarter, 2429 from I I'I I realizes the of who handled .next Wednesday.The .
necessity living a re-1 I.I the ball with decisive ef E .
''I I .. .!. fjrenty-nfne states and foreign 'coun ligious life and of seeking God's guid- t feet. i debate here in the gym. between Florida -d]
tries. = Tennessee and South Carolina
1\\" ance. 1 1! Next on th elist of events was the I
; i The most beautiful and will be a battle on neutral territory S
I. unique cam- HOE
\, i boxing. Al Strum, Davis and Stuart :
in America.Accommodations. will avail himself of
33 pne
? LUCKING HARNESS j I Pomeroy represented Florida in this a great

t' at reasonable Bucking harness for football train- j i i.and succeeded in holding their oppo !!|opportunity by hearing htis debate, as
1':1: i
yates Tuition for non-Virginia: students ing was used for the first time on the 'nents to two draws and one decision.'i i[I the speakers will be trained orators .

t.t ;) ;r $15 per term.Zntertainments practice field Monday.This j j I i Strum, Florida's featherweight, was i I II ','I and the subject will be treated with \1JSITINGCARm'Latest

i musical festival, is a new device which is being ]j!I matched against Kelly. At the end of 'cold reasoning and fiery spirit by

r R ,: excursions. \ used in many of the up-to-date the 3 round bout the judges called for]I both sides. Styles
J' For illustrated folder and full announcement' colleges of the country and will I I:an extra round of one minute, after C>II I In each debate the judges will be Special Pricesto

I I write to probably become an important part ,I,which the decision was awarded to faculty members of the colleges where

.. I CHARLES G. MAPHIS, Dean, of the training equipment in the sea- ,;Kelly. :[f the debates are held, thus doing away StudentsOrder

I University, Virginia. sons to come. i I[ Davis met with Krule in the welter ,'with all chances of partiality. Ifn

00s0000, The last day of spring football ,weight class. Again an extra period !I Loose
leaf boy
,was called for by the judges, after note
l Everything Elcetrical practice, was well attended yesterday' SPANISH
t NIGHTS IS
,,which the bout was called
I by both players and spectators. This I a draw. and SuppliesPEPPER
f I JOS. J. SEYKORA t ,Davis got a bad start but came backstrong ;
completes the work for this
season, PRIXTffiCOMPANY (
:! I I: i .4 Phone: 107 Gainesville, Fla.. | and further training will not be commenced i 1(up for the in the lost third points.round and made' : PLAYED TAST l TIME

II I 1 ';,! : _ ----.woe until next fall. i iI j jt{I I I the The final event of the evening was j i I I!| BY MASQUERADERS

t middleweight bout, in which J\ -
11 ----- ... __ Stuart Pomeroy
I ; --- 4II 4II j was pitted against
1 II, d ', j' ,1, I Sam Cornwall of the "Y." The con I I J. S. BODIFORDand

II t ST. PATRICK'S I testants were evenly matched and i The Masqueraders played a return
CATHOLIC CHURCH
j ; : : the bout was fast and furious tml j j engagement of their show, Spanish
Nights at the Baird Theatre in COMPANYDruggists
I'i; I East Main Street North the end. The judges called it a I t
I F f draw. j I Gainesville on Tuesday night, April : Phi! :
1 4th -
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t ( I
: ". Rev. John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector. Telephone 623: Florida's crew seemed to get a11'j' Just like the I .' 7 }
first
the bad breaks in this meet and are appearance, the _r

': : I I Sundays-Holy Mass and Sermon, 10:30 a. m. ; evening J t tJ "Y"hoping fellows for better come here.results' when the of show polish went and off finish smoothly which as the a result play f I I A. H. DORAN *

J ?jL i services, 7:45 p. m. ,f received during the recent trip of the I| 232 East Main,SoatiI
((1 Dick Dowdell says: If I have i in Masqueraders over: the state. It I I Bicycles, Accessories,

j Weekdays-Holy Mass, 7:00 a. m. \ J II!I Ii mind the answer to some difficulti proved the to artistic be a splendid demonstrationof t pairs, Flash Lights l&
i i talent and ability of '
I question the teacher has not I I
the University Baseball goods.
I It ; it i I Special Lenten Services Wednesday evenings 7:30 p. m. | always ask the question in such a J I Although the attendance Dramatic was Society.smaller !.--., m m m m fI
i 4 manner as to show the rest |
of
f : the than at the first .. .....
Subject Matter: ""The Means of Sanctification." Sunday | clas I know all] about it. I appearance, the
.\ tribute "and approval rendered to the, t I I -W. S. DORSET &: $

t ,: : ;, ftA ft ftft evenings, 7:30 p. m. Subject Matter: The Church of Christ. I Dr. Baraca Enwald is teaching the Methodist !cere Masqueraders as before.was An added as large feature and that sin- j,t Everything in GcbceM

:! ;, I ..-- ..... 4II 4II 4II 4II 4II t him. Class. Come and hear I drew no little interest was the ap-I j I For- GoodnessDOSSERS; Sska

: ', i pearance of Chris Clarke., of 1, DELIGHT
.. I "*-
i I -\ I who '
r -- played the part of "Carmen" in;; J .. .."
a that --
way gave evidence jof His .
# !skill. All that witnessed him
i were
given a treat indeed DR. TENCH
and, were\.well
pleased with their second glimpse of Dentist
M "Spanish Nights Office Graham BuJdi'f

Father Conally, themembers of Office Phone: }W.
THE
BON TON the Masqueraders and all who helped I 258-J
to make Spanish
-I ., 'I Nights the great
success that it was will
long be
I I remembered -

. : !'It ;; reflect favorable as having done much to I on
; "GAINESVILLE'S POPULAR PLACE" 'I attention-to the University ORTOSOVELTIES
: : I through their dramatic I
I
production
I i// y I. of 1922.
I SWTHEREXALLSTU
I I Gift
and
'
Art
; I
i I Stationery, Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco Hot and Cold FREE RIDE Pictures and Pidurf -
Drinks .
\" I Thp "Baraca .... .. '
T ', Special" leaves the --

I corner of Buckman Hall about 9:30 !C4

I .; : J Ag-ents-for' the Martha Washington and Johnston Candies Sunday mornings."- J. ?,. M'COLLU3iDRUGGIS

f **
: \ Washington newspapermen

i .. pair sented! Secretary Hughes with pre-a Agents for _..J
It
of
I photos indicate gold shears that, but his latest Liggetts and NoflfiS U;
he
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[GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY I' Girls that are not weak or faint; : Let your next Suit be aFASHION : i

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Though girls me

Victrolas and Records *I Would not hide behind bright paint.* I PARK ; ,;!

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Though I'd rather girls about me : PHIFER BROS. DEPT. STORE I II
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style.:1
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me more girls me
i OTTO F STOCK : I Girls, \who do not seek to "court;" .

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Cleaning Pressing II Girls, who with ambitions vie;

!t Phone 354 Gainesville, Florida Though I'd rather girls about me THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
Set their ideals really high.
r: ee eeeeeeee. ee .I Basement Language Hall :

*r\ ---- __ ",.. ... >-... Let me have more girls about me, New Line of University Jewelry and Stationery, Large
-- ; -' 'I Girls, who strive to. rise in life;
! WHEN YOU EAT Though I'd rather girls about me Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps, Memory '
} Would not seek to be my wife. Books, Etc.
at the

Let me have more girls about me, EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENT ,,'
; The Gainesville CafeteriaYOU Girls who are right up to date;

Though I'd rather girls about me .. .JI
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:. : at Girls whose thoughts are all on SPORTING GOODSFootball
aSQU.4.RE
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DEAL PRICE For I'd rather girls about me 1
Hardware of all Kinds
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UNIVERSITY MEN ALWAYS WELCOME AT
Phone 22
To those who are happy and joyful, : .
WEST SIDE, QF ,SQUARE
McPOWALL'SICE t As th emyraids of. angels above; 4

\ Life is a garland of roses .-
CREAM Just fresh from the\ garden of love. ,
track meet which begins two weeks eign Language,3 hours; Mathematics.
PARLOR Those who m et"scowls with smiles, from today. It is up to us to enter- 3 hours; Sociology A and Economies 'i
Are the ones that are always blest; tain them royally, and, remember .
MAKE YOURSELVES AT HOME B,3 hours;History I or Political Scierxie -
And the that love their fellow- ..
ones there are three I
fellows that things 3 hours; Military Science- 3 {
Agency Rollings worth's Unusual CandiesCHESNUrS men, which we must do; first, show these hours; and Physical Education one
:5 the that, loved the best.
-:,.. Are ones are high school boys a good time; second, hour.* The first degree will be given t

t show them what a good University in 1924, except in special cases. The
Those that live for the human race ,
'"--- Florida really is,and third, help themto introductory course in Sociology A I
Are the one sthat really live; ,
P see-that it is theirs, and entitled'to will consist of lectures by Profs.Ben- .
L R---l For the sacrifice of a shortened life,
SHOE Is all that we can give. their support.The ton, Lee, Rodgers. Enwall and Bristol.
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i SOUTH SIDE: SQUARE W. J. W. -
Electric: Shoe Repair Department Work ,Guaranteed, f I course that has been arrangedfor

h-" SHOE SHINE PARLOR I 61 Many visitors, of both sexes are the entering Freshmen next year Why not shave with sharpest

____- ______4 being expected for the High School I is as follows: English, 3 hours; For- blades? See Driggers, 36 :
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Marshall, Burwe.ll, Baker, Gor- LATEST Greenleaf & Crosby
'GATOR BALL TEAM CompanyJEWELERS }
: ; : donr Clinton, Mathews, W. Johnson, r
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White hits off Richardson, 11 in six

BAIL& Y J Fort Pierce innings, :Markowitz 2 in 3 innings, -
I H Trowell, Robb, Carter, C. Smith, Jacksonville Florida
Richardson I
. ,."' Grey 8 in 9 innings; struck out, ,
'1, i of Creed. : 3, Grey 5.SECOND. ,
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i Ii .'_ Gainesville GAME and
Pins.
I Medals Class Rings
Brumley, Bishop, McDowall, Caw- Comm tt

;:H: TAMPA 1;, thorn, Vickery, Sara, .Hiatt, .Sims, ( series Stetson. Saturday lost the at second; DeLand game by of the the I T i in search of loving cups or trophies, suitate

i ': Bowyer. Waugh, Jordan. .... score of 6 to 1. An important featureof for Golf Tennis or other athletic
: Hillsboro J ; events
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, II offers real values produced the game was the spectacular ,WI
Powell.' Heidt, Norton, Havron, Car- catches that Duncan made in the t} find it an easy matter to choose from
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''I If by our system of operation. McRoberts see den, West Wilson, Flynn, field.The.
I i which we will
gladly
tion packages
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Goss.
Monroe
I,' I Stetson aggregation was crippled ....
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j Monetta, Parrish, Nayles, Schuller,
I'I broke his thumb in his first timeat

: : From.' Bates, Baryant, Gillespie, Fuller, 'I Kick- t ___ ...".,..- '-- -"""':: ....... .
Ii bat. He was relieved by ... ------ --........:- ----- -1'--------.._ ....... ---- ,
II PARK' Cleary, Hously. ,lighter and Markowitz was shifted to ..
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\ second. Both pitchers showed good

:t; ; I ICAlIPUS I TOGS Wettstein Windeweedle.MelroseH. form. Hartman for Florida had everything ,I GIVE your shoes to ROSE, Room 3, Buckman, and Let
{ on the ball that was necessary -

III A -SPRING HATS Brown, McGill. Dyess,. R. Brown. to hand the Hatters a trouncing, i GIVE you an up-to-date job. 11 11I

i Ocala I besides having stellar support in his I GAINESVILLE ELECTRIC, SHOE REPAIR CO. "J

III'!1 t I I From _ll: H. Hall, Griggs, Blowers, Buhr- teammates. Wallace relieved Hart I 215 West University Avenue .

.. man. man in the last part of the seventh :
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i ii .f Orlando; and twirled great ball. The Hatters

t t i j I I Kinkaid, Porter, EHett, Ramborg- had their hard luck again in the first -- I I

-YOUNG BROS. er, Proctor, Gedge, Anderson, Cecil, I inning when they permitted the 'Gat Tillman, lb; Duke, 3b; Burnett cf; SEVEN GAME7SMAX ON rI

L i'i'i' i t -SPRING SHIRTS Crain, Sink. rs to get four runs on one hit andfour Carlton, 2b; Logan, c; James, rf; l. '\,\.., FOOTBALL-:--'--SCfiEDfU1j'

t i! Sanford I errors. Bange singled and Roach Kenney, p. -
(Continued
: ,! From -:! Moye, Convan, Stone, Christenson, got two-bagger, while Blake goton October 21, Vanderbilt from page at Jai

i I Iii'' Sweeney, J. Wilson, G. Smith, Me- base with an error, scoring both Fresh-Soph. BaseballThe ville.
""U MANHATTANMETRIC
I Roach and Bange. The other two
Sercas, McAlexander, Holly. defeated the
:!, Sophomores easily i October 28, open. ,
made in
I I Tallahassee runs were on errors. Again
Hll j I the fourth the 'Gators ,tallied a run Freshmen, 8-5, last Thursday, March November 4, North Grub
Blitch, A. Hall Gramling L. Marshall '
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iWILSON BROS. ,. Bliss, O. Parker, P. Wilson, L. on an error a a interesting game. "
dl's; Hall Hicks Bien 'Parker run was made in the safe way. Stet- The Freshmen did come back for November 11, South Car 'j
; R. Page.
=f son's lone tally came in the sixth, several points in the last inning, but Gainesville. r-t:
SPORT SUITS IN BROWN Daytona '
when Hooper singled, stole second too late to win. November 18, Alabama 2t,Sville.
l 1 WI"t. AND BLUE FLANNEL Klock, Merryday, Cameron, Eu- and third, and while the third baseman *1
k i banks, Espendahl. The Sophomores set the pace in the
i| WITH EXTRA PANTS $35 was throwing the ball to first i November 25, Georgia at Jadiville.
New Smyrna first two innings by polling six runs v
he made the home sack in safety. No J J
Currie, Hamilton and made the last two in the third
Gilwy, Beck.
: ;I : St. Petersburg long hits were registered by either and fourth. The Freshmen were November 30, Princeton at .|.

sonville.Did .
., BAILEYI Randall, Pearce, McBath, side.The scores: I' handicapped with a wild pitcher and ;

I f'i taker, Todd, Zeedyk. 'Yhit-I LORIDAAR allowed the Sophs to make hits and
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1 Miami walks too often. In the last two in- : you know you coup 'i
'' Bange, 2b _.._....____5 1 1 1 2 0 ;. old blades at;
If Franklin Street, Corner I Davis, Hazeltine.Fort : 1 nings, however, the Sophs, puffed your razor is good
I \ I f. Blake, ss ......__....._.5 1 ,1 0 1 1 up I!I for about 2 l-2c each? Set Dr.i -.
Twiggs Myers ;Roach, lb ....____...4 23 7 1 0 with success, got careless and 'i in 36 Buckman. ..1lIIJ

I I II I Kaune Tintsman, Leffers, Cole, Duncan, cf .,____....5 1 0 3 0 0 led several plays with, bad fnmb-I'I II

f TAMPA, FLORIDA Ihrig, Sykes, Raymond, Bartleson. {Ward, c ....-___......_.4 00000 The team were composed of the I .
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I t t I r 1!!(Bracken, 3b ......____3 1 2 1 1 0 following men: I 1+ + + + + + +'#,t!.

t, I JOHN MARSHALL i Carlton rf _. .. 1 I:+ SPECIAL i
DEBATING 4 0 2 0 0
Sophomore
}t.t t. t : Brumby rf Duke, 2b |
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I ; Hockenstad ; Harris, II{:+ the first of theweeks' j
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Hartman, p ......___.::1 00 8 2 0 : ss Robinson game
; Strum
c; 3b; James, +
--- 'JMahannah, 3b ..____1 0 : trip over Palmer Coj
The John Marshall 0 0 1 0 i cf tr
c NINETEEN TEAMS: ENERED' Debating So- : ; Smith, p; Wuthrich, rfj; Paul, ]If. :+ lege by the score of 11-0
debhad its Wallace, p ........-___1 0 0 0 0
f FOR ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL regular meeting last Freshmen: McClendwn, 2b; E. j":+ DeFuniak Springs WednesdiJApril ,:
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i E. M. Harris opened the program i R. Williams, rfj; Weaver, 3b; Kenney. I.I* Richbourg put the Wl oftj '

1 (Continued from Page 1)) with a most interesting summary and 'STETSONB R cf; Jones, lb; Snow p; Fahs, lb; I+ the fence on one occasion') '
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Newton, W. F. Fobtfrow oral Southern } E I + ground Ues held him to W t
A. E. Doty, essay on Poetry, reading Brobston, c.hI .
;Hooper, ss ,...______.4 1 2 2 3 2
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White, lb _-___-.___1 0 0 2 0 11 I
Hockenstad. poems. hI 1J1. ,+ the center field fence(fij\1
; Lambert, 1 If ......-__-4 0 2 2 (tl J 0 O. SMITH FINDS i
I /' J' r',"' ,Guards-E. B. Wuthrich, R. A. The debate for the morning was, Murray, 3b ............_.4 0 U 2 3 0 FOSSIL OF ANCIENT i i+ a homer, sending in two wfI '

Carlton, O. R. Bie, M. Rosenhous, "Resolved, That the Eighteenth Higginbotham, c __4 0 1 1 1 0 MAN IN LOCAL CAVE. ;I,+ ahead of him.
/+ Boswell
I i .f H. L. Tolbert, S. L. Pomeroy. O. .D, Amendment (Volstead Act) should be ,Hon, rf ---_.__.:...__.4 0 0 0 0 1 (Continued from Page 1) Batteries: I g
s + Ward Palmer Brown,
; =I Lennard, G..R. Stanley, N. D. Miller, repealed." The "Duke" and E. p.1;jKickliter, 2b -_____3 0 0 9 1 1 ; IcLau '
and <
'r4 A. II. Potter R. H. Ellis championed the Bowen cf .......__. ,4per, Spirey
t ,. f Burnett. affirmative and ,] _.3 0 0 2 0 0 he says, "to anything at all like the I I .

.it Starter-Capt. J. H. Atkinson. S. J. Catts and S. G. Gaskin defended I,Smith, p --..___..__:.3 0 0 7 1 2 present specimen is the. so-called fos II 1 + + + + + + -"

't Clerk of Course-Capt. I. E. Ryder. the negative. j,1 Markowitz, 2b -r--3, 0 0 0 1 0 sil, bird-tracks in the old Red Sand Do your sleeping in the aftr j

I :. Assistant Clerks of Course-J. O. "Duke' Baya brought in a fewempty - stone of the Connecticut Valley. The I, Come to Sunday school in tiing.

Cox, W. R. King, Joe Barchan, J. R. bottles of by-gone memoriesand I Totals33 1 5 27 10Summary 8 specimen of man found by Smith has ,-

:. Boyd, Jr. the sight of them made the : Stolen bases, Hooper 2, the same three-toed track as these !I I J

t 1" judges render in, his Carlton 2, Roach, Duncan, Spencer gigantic birds, and !I ___ _-- -
: Callers-M. U. Mounts, D. A, Ran favor. Catts 'i ; moreover, are al-j i
; two base hits ___ _
Lambert, Higginbotham most exactly r-, < ---
and the
t : bo. Gaskin had some strong argu- same size. Hence,\ t -- --=-- ,
I I [ and Roach; hits off Hartman, 2 the question will arise I
f merits- defending the moral "Are these.tracks
side
Prof. Melvin of 1
Inspector- E. Price,
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!1 -i the issue but 6 innings, Wallace, 2 in 3 innings, of those huge birds +! ICTHEATR
the "Duke's'
,' Assistants. L. Thompson, Lawrence bottles and 1 or are t LYRI
.i Smith j
f :,: Case, L. M. Butler, K. .B.. Hiatt, oratory weighed, too heavily upon theI* 'j 8, Walker seven 2,; Smith struck 6.out, by Hartma man they?the" Truly footprints the question of will prehistoric I i

i : : Field Doctors-Dr. A. W. Sweet, j judges. I arouse i
Aggs. "s. LawyersWith tremendous interest in the
J f ; Dr. M. H. DePass. Dr S. D. Rice. The Society is formulating plans j the usual keen'competition world, and the outcome scientific'be anI I' ,

t' ;. Press Stewards-Glover Miller, for a "smoker" in the near future i in I the Lawyers outbatted the i epochal one may '
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Aggs. and
; Florida W. M. honor of the Law j
; Alligator Pepper, Jr., ] Faculty. defeated !
them Saturday- .
by a score of 5-2 Tues "In answer to th who i i ;
emany apply
t ; .' .Gainesville Daily! Sun; E. W. Mc- i day afternoon.The every day to see this wonderful find, ,. EASY ROAD ,:
I Creary, Gainesville News; Harry C it- CORNERSTONE OF
game was close and full of Prof. Vanhyning suggests that it be '
'ley, Florida Times-Union; Sam Ellis II I- NEW ADM.: BUILDING fight all the placed Monday
thru. on exhibition
The PERSO:1P
t way Lawyers during the
coming II I-
I I j Florida Metropolis; Truman BE LAID APRIL 21. got one run across in the first i inning carnival. .i DON'T GET ',,
Green, Tampa Tribune; Thad Hal li- .
Ii # and held the The Tuesday-
score 1-0 until the strange fossil found
i > nan, Tampa Tribune. (Continued from was by .
I ; > Page 1)) fifth inning when the Aggs. took lead I. 1B. O. Smith in the innermost caverns CALL OF YOUTH
: ENTRIES staff the
Board of Control
-. Masons, scoring twice., In the first of) the t tof Warren's Cave, in a placewhich All Star
I ,: Bradentown A< I, .and Bankers will be given at 9. The I sixth the Lawyers added three I it is thought, had never been explored

I: G.' Johnson, Dickman, Login, Shirley reception will be followed by the to their talley and held, the Aggs.more I before. His investigation of the cave WednesdayMay _

i' ', Schulze, Burnett. Grand Annual Military Ball in the scoreless. Another run for the Lawyers necessitated his being lowered intoa ; :McAvoy in

'I) J Dunnellon ",.__ 'Gymnasium in honor of the visitors- I, in the seventh ended the pit by a rope beyond the wellknown HOMESPUN: vAlflY.1
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: ; ; Hemphill, Petteway Leale. 1y given by the officers and men of the 5-2. game' "Cyclone Pass," Among the curios << #111 :

I j J.* Ducal : .. R. O. T. C. Battalion. I II i .Lineup: '. ties he found were crude carvings in ( Thursday

''t.'P *-,Edwards Heed, McLin, .Bpnyjes j jI Lawyers-Hitchcock the wall, also a stone with peculiar [ SCOTCH HIGHLAND
ss Safe 2b
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; Made Owens, rf; Farrior, c; Spencer, If a tablet. After BAND
j Vrieze Nolte, Jones} Brown, day or night, rain pine with ; |dragging the fossil )
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1! Glichenstein. Roberts, Randolph, Low- new light. Vansickel'h Studio, South mit, p.Aggs.. the young man brought it in to the t 'Sfll3ARtPAGE

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'Z"i c Wwttstetn.,; Wiadeweedte.ForUr. .' J fena. Hartman for: Florida had ev GIVE your shoes: to' ROSEkeOISI. .. 7 3. Buet- .......1, ':,: -- ,

+ CAMPIJS ro _. '_ g ag on .the ,bll lt, wa K S' Ctyt as -...to.dAte .job ;. '
.0, WAITS' .- > U : ....-or-,-.RJBrow; ; to hand: the .Battens, a:trouncing;
I ::BRING' .' '., :, : ,, ,. ,-"', ;, .... ---'t Ib ideas' having dfliar'S.port' in hiateammates. ,, GAUN.YILI$ .T 1,S BOE _REPAIR i! "

I P.t.s -: !S'b t tr tt : :,." ra1l, ',Gri .' J..., n" '.Bn r': .. Wallace relieved' Harta -. '215 WeJUIii! i ty A4nu4l )!i ,' ,
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.'. f' | the last.'part of _the :sewath .
--JI'.rK'TION.. !ifI ij.. : .. 'twirled'greIt: :bill.. 'The, Hattet : .
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grid, J5IIett.Ka lBninett cf S< '. <,, : 'l': in i'1II; ,-e, :_ ; i GAME73; {lt- 3
BB0S. tlse''Ga-
-< Awterson C. ie ai ing when [hey pemttted MAN FOOTBALL
'Gedile, rf
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'J ';r llit'.aadtenr Carlton, 2fe; Vo ? '
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tws. get ,
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.A.' .' : ire; Convan, Sfeoe, :Chrnateaseo,j,; boA : -'I : ".',<
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with error,
e an cermg .
Y, -J., Wfkww, G.. M*, Die, '
MANHATTANMETRIC .....Ae, M Al xandr, Holly; : ._HJMcii! and Bang*. b eres easily defeatedthe, -.-,October! 28, open -
oa
in
: niBs were' made;; errow. Again '' :
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TalUhaftecn i j I IA 'Fraen; 8-5, last Thursday Marc% Kqvember North
":: ,the fourth the Gator, tallied a 'run
n-. Hall Gremlins, Lv Mar. Jacksonvillefoyember. ; c
:aa'. an. rrfr: and--a ,Mt,, bet the_ last 38, i hl''a e.Mbljinterestiflg !b.TIC : South 3
=WILSON uss, O. der, P. Wife w,',L. < : It
BROS. ;; 'ma,__ was made.is:ty, aajfe way. Set-5 FroahaMn *4 jeomet lack for :"Gaineill- '
U "" Hicks, :Biea,,'Barker;"Page.'' :"">o 'son's' lone tatty- came, :in the sixth; aeveral points in .the, last inning, but ;

:SPORT SUITSiN..ERI'JJW' T : "; .. ,t.aa. ., i when Hooper smgted, ,stale :aocond toe late .be. ,, f' 1 embe.r" ;k- ,-AIab6 ae atvilla .

dill AND BL.TJE. P&ANNEL N .fI'.Jqeek. | 'Merryday, Cameron, Eft- and third, and whiff 'the bird base The(9eghemeres.set" the'pace in. the ; "t>-:

; 1! I1 WITH.EXTRA:PANTS $35' iwpks,,. EspeadaM.' ".,4j raft was throwing 'the. bell: .to, first awt two innings by gelling six runs villa.)t oveinber, 25.., Georgia\ it }
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New Smyrna v ,made sack is.e. lety. f+io -
.- he the hoMe. l .and made the ,last .two_ ]n' tka third -
Carrie 'Gitwy Hamilton l Beck / : fNovember 30, Priaeetoasonville. M ,
.,. 1eftg hits were: .regiatorM by enter and ''fourth The Freshmen, were
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St. Petersburg <= side.; 55 5 -: :hand&Aped with, a. wild pitcher ,and :: T
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BAiLE'Y ; Pearce, McBatJi, Whit' :The scores ..
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< allowed tile '9fs t ). aeake: Bits; and; :<
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r'l'id
: 1 tefcer, Todd, Zeedyk. ', "", JXOJUDAAB' :;H PO, A K8b : walks too often JIthe last two innings -:!:\ you low you _:
Miami 5 |' i your old. razor blades ts peli__
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J : however, Sophs, puffed '
1 f : UP ,
,g Franklin Street: Cerra: ,,Davis' + Razettinet ,,-" iss: -..-- __ 1,1_ vjb 1 for. about 2 S2r"c'escb" Sit !
with careless
1 : success got fumbled
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,-:: i 'TwiggsTAMPA ",S. : Fert'My n 5- ': Reaeh i ,____.;;__1 4' ,2.,;3 ,7 1 ,e : in 53B Bsckman.I .
[ i O v.: Kauae, Tinteman, Leffers, .Cole I 7Ihrig < Dean, "cf .:.....'_..:;.:,5-'.'i.o..a: 't) :8 several plays ::with bad) results. -.. :> .'

FLORIDA, Sykes, ,Raymond, Bartleson.JOHN''MAl ..: :.," Wardc ?--.- Ji: 0 '0 0 ?, 0Cartow The team :were: composed. of thfeilow.e' +.. + 4 +_ -:-C- 4 4 >
) I'J I Rraen ; J + _: : r- ". --
,3b 1..8;\ :2t } fi t+- 'SPECIAL "
l e e L ;. 9HALL yf __:;..4 Wt :.2 0 0 ; '-
: ; : DEBATING .1 1 ;; Sophomore:. Brumby-rf-Duke; Sbj. S The 'Gator wall tern
". j SOCIETY1, ,Spencer.If; .-....- > ..:.4. Y OjrC 3 e'. ,D'' 'Seottaji. ,. Jb/Hook; n5td, If; .Harris, 1 I+ the first ,game of the .'_,
ftt -" <- Hartmah; p ..-___.:1-;':* 0' "'8: 2 0 saj i JJofeinpon. c; Strum, 3b; James, ,+. 5feek$' trip over Palmer

.. -:- -The John Marshall Debating Society =: Mahannah, 3b ._w--1 .0; :0 01 0 cf; 9m itk! p; WaBrch| i rf; Paul ItFpeeKroen t+ -lege by the score of U4i
; "F'N! 'FTBBN TEAMS BNTEKBD had lyAJIatrn TT | U ___..";-r-r' iQ'J! ft 2 0 A) J+ DeFuniak Springs W>
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!+ the fence on see oe .:
h -::' ; wftfc a most interestingfsummary and # : ; Jones, ;b; S .ow, p; "Fahsf lb; '
((Continued .from Page 1) STETSON ABJRvH ;PX, 'A E i BrobstOB + ground mles held hia to .
.. '- :Newton. yr F. :Fobtfrow, A..E.. Doty, oral essay on :Southern Poetry, readiS ]Hooper; ,ss ,_,-:llj2"? : > 2 3 2 c.' .+- bases. Binge pot the

:, t. '. ',- .J:. F. }ierriw, Hockenstad. : ', rfjGuards poems. Lambert, If _,_._"'; _'_4 '": 0'':<,2'<:2'e ,2. SMITH S FINDS.. + a homer Bending io two

s r -E. ,B.' WuUuic l' R. A. The debate for: the morning was, Murray3b: ,_......:,,40: :' 0 2 3."-0 r FQ8IL. OF ANCIENT 1+ ahead of him. ;

Carlton, O., :R. Bie; M. Rosehhouse, "Resolved, That: the Eighteenth'THigginbbtham, c _4i 0 1 1 i 0'Han -*. MAN IN LOCAL CAVE., ./+ esBoswell I
; ; : .I I Amendment (Volstead Act) should be ; ; rf, __ _-J""" 44y. :0'--0, 0 1 (Continued from ;Page' i} ,*' Ward* Palmer, Brows

o.0.'Lennard. .;: ; 1 repealed) ." The "Duke" and E. P. I Kickliter, 2b, --t :Csr: 00.: V9:, 1 1 ; ', +" perSpirey. and.H. "-.

;;:... Al H.,'Potter 15. H': Burnett, 1.Ellis 'ehampioned'the affirmative and.SX. Bowen, cf JJ, .S ;'0,:i..9.:2' 0 ((3 he,5ays, "to anything at all like the *. ./+ *. *, * ,
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yr: .. Starter-Capt.,J. Ht Atkinson.. ; Qatts and S. G, Gaskin defendedthe Smith, p ,-..;.w:. ...,.3...' U.Qe. 7-1 2 pmt specimen is the so-called fo'sIfJiJ -'j -- ,
a ri 1 negative. ." I Markowitz, 2b3; 000 1 GTotals. ,bird-tracks in the old' Red Sand ',Do your sleeping in tfc eCome
I i' fv Clerk of Course -c: i>>t. Ii E. Ryder; !"Duke" j I .., of the Connecticut Valley. The to Sunday school I ising.
r :' Assistant 'c'lerks0f Course:-J. Q.r .' Baya brought in a few I .,33 1 5 27 10 8 specimen of man found by 'Smith has" ':'
j Ii '.Cox; \:R.- King, ; J. R, empty: bottles of bygone memories! Stolen i Ute :
x Joe.Barchanj ".. fi4 the sight, oi them made the Summary; bases, Hooper: 2r same three-toed track as these l]
_!1 ,: :BoydJr: judges render_ in his favor. Catts I Iand Carlton 2, Roach, Duncan! Spencer; gigantic birds and moreover, 'are al-j:
t -.*:; Callers:="M. U"Mounts D. A,, lama: t two base hits, Lambert, ,Higginbotham most exactly the same size. Hence,\
1 k .'. bo. r Gaskin: had "some strong'arg I ,and' Roach; :hits; oft Hartman, 2 the question will arise_ "Are thesej.
1 1 :1. :Inspector: -Prof.'Melvin. : E. .Price;' i. raents defending the moral side of,In 6 innings, Wallace, 2 in-3 innings, tracks of those huge birds, or arethey LYRITHEAT

li' \. '> As t .rats--L." L. Thcmpson, Law? the issue'but the "Duke's". bottles. and. 'Smith seven; struck out, by Hartman. the footprints of prehistoricman

i : 'feaciT, 'Case, L: M. Butler,.K.B.'Hiatt, ,oratory weighed too' heavily upon, the ,8, Walker 2, Smith, ., ., ?" Truly the question will arouse '

I { ,. -" f, Fi 1d.- Doctors: -Dr. As W. SweolDr. i !,f ; ..': ," -Agp.-; ts..Lawyers: ; trem aious interest' in the. s4entifieS
M. H., DePass.. Dr. 'si; D.Rice./! ,F :The Society is formulating plans With the usual keen competition worM, .anal the outcome- may be an -
Mid,' .to? a "smoker in the near future in the Lawyers epochalone.. ,
i : _J'Pr StewardsGloyex : ,outbatted. ,.the,'Aggs. and -_
L; :'. Florida Alligator! ; W. Mw Pepper,Jig .fatnor-o'ftbe Law Faculty; defeated.them,by a score'of .5-2) Tuesday I "In answers; to th emany who'apply Satvrday- ROAD

E r, s fGainesville Daily Sun;; E. wVlfc( : afternoon. I every day t<>; see this, wonderful findProf 1. EASY

Dreary, Gai esville" News; Harry Cut. CORNERSTONE' : OF -..., The. game was 'close and :full lof .. Vanhyning suggests that it be yMeyr
'SJey, Florida:" 1; m -Union; Sam1- : ; ,NEW. ADM., BUILDING 4 fight all'_fee way thru. The Lawyers placed on exhibition during?the, coming :B8fT GET PI

.: ..11s; Florida Metropolis;;' Truman --BE-LAID, =APRIL.2'1.. got'one jtun across in, the first inning carnival. '. .',.. ",, '
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''.'iGreen' Tampa Tribune;; Thad HaIti;' and, held the score 1-0 until the The strange fossil was found! by'I' .rMday-. tAl ;<
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nan; Tampa T ibune:. -i > (Continued from Page':1) fifth inning.-\Yben the Aggs. took'J lead, 'B. O. 'Smith in the innermost cavernsof CALL or '-

:,' .-is: : .'c' '- '* ;BNTRIES. t I/. :pDradeetowa \. staff, the
':-";-pg' !' 'If. ', .J and Bankers"will be given at 9. The sixth the Lawyers. added,three: more it is thought, had never been, explored ,

i (= -is.': G. 'Jolson,;'Dickman; 'Log 1!,'SIB- reception wiU be followgd by the to, their JaUey and held,, the Aggs. before., His investigation of:iM.caveNecessitated : WednesdayMay -- o1'iin'lI03IEsrJ1N .

I t :; |I.y, *Schulze, Burnett. )S:. Grand Annual MilitaqBaIl' in the scoreless. Another: run forithe Lawyers }hint being, lowered, intoa McA' :
; Gymnasium i in honor of the visitors .in pit by a rope beyond the wel1knoWD. v
If ; : #t, -- -DuMe 11 ; n ; the seventh ended, the ->game,
: .:?ldtempaHl: ; Petteway, Leale, :' given by:. officers, arid men' of the j 5-2. "Cydpne Pasa Among, 'the curiosK' TJttirstlay"'=; '
:$ T. c. Battalion t .'lineup --*' .F' ties he found"were crude carvings itt
A.' : DaFalEdwards ,. ', hJi'f p. : : '. I SCOTCHrGRLAi
b cLfn, .. Bonvleshckereon : Lawyers-.Hitchcock i. the wall, also a stone with peculiar
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S, -i;.. erj, Vricze, KoHe, .LerS) 'Brown',.j day or night, .rain: _or f pine; with my"White' cfi; Mo s3b, ; Byrd;ib; Em- dragging the y ung the man fossil Irougbt'iit.dnftcr l to the surface the,' Friday- : ::

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