The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00357
 Material Information
Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: April 14, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000972808
oclc - 01410246
notis - AEU8328
lccn - sn 96027439
System ID: UF00028291:00357
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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(t;,t.k."Florida's 1 ea another: future step! : "F'lor' d Richbourg'a pets. are showing ,

.l.of A laio. Bid*. 0' Alligator; : class on this trip. Let's hand

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..;" 'Two -Games Each from' Twenty\t en Are "Selected for Grandmaster of Masons Will i CORONATION BALL t Fine Weather and Fast Track

College and Camp :Ben- Membership in Honorary So Lay Stone-Gov. Hardee Will II Formed Ideal Conditions for

1 ciety From Senior Class.. Make an Address, and Review I Meet Which Was Run Off. in i
* R. O. T. C. Unit-Reception j I Good Style.DUVAL .

k emerged victorious over The" Phi Kappa Phi Honorary So- for Governor in Evening. \

:College: '\in the two games ciety has- chosen the lucky men who CARNIVAL EVENT WINS ,. :
jeJ last Wednesday and are members in the Senior class The cornerstone of the beautiful -
+ defeating her in the firs of 1922. new Administration building will be : :
: Miss Lena Crowned
overwhelming score of Twenty men have been elected, as : Chancey
;.to the I laid at 4 p. m. on the afternoon of j i
.iId .trouncing her the second follows: I 1 Friday! April 21, 1922 by Charles H. Queen by Bill Bivens Amid z

:jif) the'one-sided score of 9' to Lee'"Hampton Ball, A.. B. Ketchum, grand master t)>f the Grand ; Elaborate Attractions Ceremony -Detract Conflicting WITH 33 POINTS :

" Albert Reed Caro, Law. ;I lodge of Masons of the State. The i ii from Success of Side-Shows. .

':i i''&on. had little Difficulty in Robert Foster Chatham, B. S. A, i, entire! afternoon and evening of that : I Fort Lauderdale Ran Close Second ;

'fa the Palmer College ball John Hardirt Carter Jr., Law. | date will be given over: to various programs -I -
with Total of 28 Points.
Owing to several > to a
; rt reasons scarcity -
** the .first bout. Boswell Arthur; Crago, B. S. entertainments. and, last of I It l '
Jones of Duval and Hazeltine
jffcr the 'Gators and was In I Lemuel Curtis Crofton Law. t all, the grand military ball in honor j ji of money, to. the Chautauqua and < of'Miami Tied for Individual .
Safeties his opponents.! Willhim Lansing Gleason, Law. 1 other conflicting attractions, the Uni- !
! ,-holding of the Governor and the.many enthusiastic -j jt ; Title With 10 Points Each. '

fcwH> -Battered hits in spite of j' Ray-Laforest Hamon, B. S. Ed. t visitors who will be-. inat- .versity. Carnival was. not as success-. ., 1

tfMthat... \ his team mates made I f James Velma Keen, Law,_ \:tendance.: -. t tI ful 'as had been anticipated.. It wan In one of the prettiest and hardest t
", R behind Tiu fine -work.rfvu&a aril Temple Link B. S. A. Setting ot the stone will 'mark',one !
hoped that a complete financial report
fought meets ever held at the Univer-
l the receiving end and : William Harry McBride, B. S. A. more shining milestone on Florida's of the results 'of the Carnival would I

Ml(jNtt form. i Eldridge Franklin McLane, A. BJ-I'pathway1. After the solemn ceremony, be published in this number of the sity 'of Florida, the puval athletes
lei College coach used three has again showed their supremacy last
! Ed.Herbert taken place speeches will be Alligator, but the committee, as yet,
'li& tn effort to check the on- Stockton Massey; B. S. : made by Governor Hardee and oth- is unable to furnish at,foil} statementof Saturday afternoon by taking first

!i|We.:of''Gator tallies, but each George Walton Milam, A, B. ers. As yet no date has been given; : the finances. honors for_the ,third consecutive timein <

FlieRs unsuccessful in his ef- Russell Paul Redman, B. S. E. E. fQr beginning construction on the : i the annual high school track and
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The successful the most
most ; and
* &wn started the game on S. C. E. field meet. The featured
,r Arthur Neyle Sollee B. i 1 building.. \ meet was
attractive event the Carnival
!**B$kit was soon relieved bye t! Royall Perkins Terry, Law:,, 1 Besides Governor Hardee and his of }was by the breaking of six state records
the Coronation Ball held in the
jl!. ,who in turn gave place to J[ Joel Reaves Wells Jr., A. B. Ed. staff\I the entire Board. of' Control,: to <*tteT with the crowning of gym.the while one was tied. A large crowd
Jt McUugUin did the receivt -t\ DeWitt Everett Williams, B. S. Ed./ will be present to take part witnessed the contest, while the
Miss Lena
'le game was featured by the I Walter Scott Yates, B. S. A. E. 'j} days! program and more than two j I queen. Chancey was weather and condition of the t'ack
crowned. by the president of the stu- .
ffc Ekibourg and Bange, who ideal.
,_ L or''I hundred bankers, visiting the annual were
t I dent body Mr. Bill Bivens, after an
exceptionally heavy hitting,1Clapping Bankers' Association The red and white cinder men, will
State convention -
the the "! .r\ elaborate ceremony as the queen of total of 33 points against 28 for
pill over AND TENN. a
S: CAR. \ April 21 and 22, :will wit-
* thp carnival. The
Hi fence for two bass, while queen Ft Lauderdale, their nearest competitor
"'the ball over the fence inj I ness the laying of the stone. was attended by her maids of honor in addition to taking the individual .
TRIANGLE DEBATE The for the day opens in
nt t and brought in two : IN program Miss Lilian Long and Miss Mary medals and the Harvey cup
.. at 1:30 with luncheonin l .
.., the afternoon a
Parker McCraw. Mrs. Crow acted as which was awarded to the winner of

5ond< game the Palmer boys IN THE GYM. the commons for. the Governor;: his ; chaperon for the ball. the meet, also fell heir to two large

, ,Jwr*fight and the, game look1ke staff the Board of Control convention, the mem-and !, The approximate sum of $260 was 3-year loving cups presented by the
4 baseball game. Mc-: -- bers of the I cleared at the ball, which will little Knight & Wall Co., of Tampa and

did the pitching for Palmer, J. B. Walker and J, R. Wells Debate their Wives The commons will be more than help to tide over the finan- the H. and W. B. Drew Co., of Jack- ,

..fear men, while Gray, whoftJtc S. Car. at Knoxville\ prettily decorated for the occasion. : cial straits of the carnival. sonville. The first was for the team
... box for Florida gave Holland and E. E. At 2:30 p. m. the University R. O. The Carnival committee wishes to winning the meet three successive
y' Tenn-J. G- T. C. battalion will be officially the second for the
and one
..I Pus. j thank all those who participated in years
::1IHes, Erst lime: 1 i,I Fleming Represent University i i I ceived by the Governor and his staff. I giving their co-operation toward the making the most points for three '.

':.t. R HE at Columbia, S. C.., Against Adjutant General Lovell and others I' success of the affair. Those to whom :straight times The banner for the

: ... .....---...11 9 3)) .Univ.'of'Tenn. of the staff will be present in full I the committee wishes especially to winner in the class A Relay also ,

College 0 5 3 military. .uniform. extend the' thanks are: Major Van went to Duval, while the one for
---- Apt 14, the annual After the setting of the cornerstone -j Class B was won by the Tallahasseeteam.
: Mr.
Boswell and Ward; j On Friday Fleet Father Conoley; Pepper,
'I the, Universities and the speaking the The presentation of these cup
,Spivey and McLaugh- triangular debate between at 4 p. m. Major W. R. Thomas, City Electric
of Florida, Tennessee. and, visitors will b eshown over the campus i Company, and the .Alachua Fair Association and banners was made by Dr. Murjphree -
I At 8 building of the University.The immediately following the close \
Same; South Carolina, takes place. p.1 I and '
S Governor Hardee. the of the meet.
of to
the University I _. reception I
..--'-.-.n.. 9 9 EI 0 i m Carolina, tonigh debates the University of : Board of- Control the Lodge of Masons SWIMMING TEAM MEETS KOL- J The first event ran resulted In stand'the

.. the Gym., wtaa| and the State Banker's .A ::9-OCja-1 smashing! of a record of long
----...-- 1 5' 0 I Tennessee here in LINS ;ing.. Blitch, of Tallahassee ripped
:. I University of members, will be ,held at 9 p. { .
Florida Ward the tion m'l
Gray and ; Florida debates off the 100-yard dash in the low time
,'klaug1ilin and Spivey. t South Carolina in Knoxville Tepn., Immediately afterward the opening The swimming team, which has .of 10.1, coming in ahead of Marshallof
'Gatora made clean pf Tennessee in of the grand annual military ball* training for some time will \ r
a swee poll, and the University I been Ft. Lauderdale Reed of Dn-
Imes aeries with Camp Ben- Columbia South Carolina. The three will take place in the University gpn- j i leave for Winter. Park Friday morning !,val, who had been sjaed to place

week at Columbus, Ga., i l debates occur simultaneously and on nasium, giren, by the officers and where they will compete with ;'ahead of him by the jlopesters. The !

g the 9 to 3 in the first territory. The question of members of the R. O. T. C. battalionin I the Kollins swimmers. This is the'. former record was io.2: which has t

:;to 4 ..In'the second game. debate neutral is: "Resolved, That American honor of the Governor Hardee. and I first water meet Florida has entered, I stood for several years. 4 +r rt

t f Binning the first game Coast-Wise Shipping Should be Exempt the prominent visitors. but plans for others are being made Ft Lauderdale had the pole vault

the* 'Gators star ,twirler,' Panama Canal Tolls." and G. E. Fleming. and the next will probably be with ,t!event all her way, taking the two
from Hall
.- ant"who, besides pitching team sent to Knoxville, of J. F. Jacksonville "Y" the last of this !fop places. Her two entries. Baker "
| Florida sleft last
I'n.! ,slammed out two home The composed of J. B. Walker Both team : representing the two month or the first part of May. The aria. Matthews tied for;rust place and

the first with two out Tenn., is Wens. It.will take the aflrniati"vc debaters will battle in the following men are making the trip to lied a coin to decide, the winner, '
;Lea 'bases the and ;1. R. Universities which Richard\ initial position Jito'Baker. ,
on and side of the question against Carolina R. 'R/Wffliams, Rollins: John Sherman, the go
the efcrth, with the bases of South Carolin gym are: : :Brett Sh&effer; Preece, Ozzie Bie, Al Strum, R. E. Repeated trials to fe etfk' 'tie state
I the University W. C. Floyd. George and F. W. record resulted in "failure.
....... to Columbia, McDonald Robert Brumby ;
'. sent Baker will uphold I
e The other team Howard Henry
ler and
Infantry pitching against''the Williamson. (Continued on pare 'efcbl) i :.
to the first inning and C., to' uphold'th'Tennessee'rie at4vi:is compo3$ the"negative for Tennessee. t I I,
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Jlt: Gainesville: _._...__lIar. 22 ._..FIa_._ 4 6 Mercer University! ..___..10 :.000
GaInesville _..__._.1Iar. 23 _..F1a._ 7 Mercer University _.._.:.. 5 .500
'\'p., Leesburg -- ....__Mar. 24 ....F1a_ 3 Philadelphia Nation ..12 .333 I

I I 1h$ : Winter Park _.__.Mar. 29 ,...F1a_ 6 Rollins College ....___.__ 5 .500 I I'r' fi with the .

i Winter Park __'-.Mar. 30 _Fla.15 Rollins College _...____ 0 .600 -

IH DeLand _....... ....... Mar. 31 _..Fla..JO Stetson University 5 .666
I i;F" DeLand __......_ _...__.Apr. 1- __FJa.... 6 Stetson University ,_ 1 .714 SMOIEIl r, IiLA ND 1TCrT

I 'I'" : DeFuniak Spgs. ....Apr. 5 ...Fla.11 Palmer College '...___..__ 0 .750' s

'; DeF niak Spgs. ....Apr. 5 ....Fla.! -- 9 Palmer .College ...-...--.... 1.789

I Columbus, Ga. ....__Apr. 7 _..Fla..... 9 Camp Benning __........._... 3 .800 ,
Columbus, .Ga. ......_.Apr. 8 ....J<'Ia.- Camp Kenning .._.._.__.... 4 .812 Our lifelong knowledge of choice tobaccos -

I k Clinton, Miss. ........Apr. 10 __Fla-._ 2 ;)Mississippi College .....-__.' 0 .850" our years of manufacturing experience -

I hI" ,Clinton, Miss. ...._.A r.O .,:"FJa'..... C 0 Mississippi College :..-... 4 and our up-to-date facilities are .
()xford, Miss..._..__Apr. 12 ....Fla...; 0 University of Mississippi i '
,f Oxford, Miss. --.Apr. 13 ....FJa.... University of Mississippi :770"I I concentrated on making CAMELS the

,h i, :--Mac.oa; 9a. ..-.:..,-.. Apr. 15 Fla.... I'alG --............ ....i............ J; "I S finest cigarette that can be produced. "'-,

,r'' Gainesville .. .........Apr. 22 __Fla..... Rollins College __.. ......... .
i Gainesville ..._......__May 5 ....PIa.... Stetson University ......-- t into THIS ONE: BRAND we put the

.I' Gainesville ..........__May 6 ....Fla.... Stetson University ......-- I I/j UTMOST QUALITY. A' better cigarete "

J',': If' __m_ ____ _________ __ I _cannot__ be made-even for a higher r
I INTER-FRATERNITY BASE + + + + + + + + -.:, .3 i ; ..F

---- ALL.j + SPORT NOTES + 1 price. '

\ Inter-fraternity baseball! started + + + + +. + + + + + -- CAMEL is THE QUALITY CIGA-

yesterday with the game between the The 'Gator nine is putting us on'l 1 RETTE-made for men who think for

Theta Chi'a and the Zeta Beta Taus. the map in baseball. The .Defeat ,
i themselves -for folks who appreciate ..
4 The preliminaries will be. played off Tuesday is the first in nine games I

this week, the semi-finals April 17 with the' strongest colleges of the : really fine tobacco. -" \
and 18 and the finals on April 20. i South. Tomorrow we battle with 2 r
All feat brothers, except those on't Yale. Pray for 'em, boys! They'll I .. ONE .B-RAND-ONE QUALITYONE t
: need it. (Yale I '
4 the present 'Varsity trip are eligible "
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I i Hartman is the faith with tile.s -.:
seems Jo be the heart of That way we keep
The schedule follows. :
II, the team. Two homers! I smoker. '
The inter-fraternity, schedule: s I; ,
: April 13, 4 p. m.-Theta Chi vs. I The Lawyers managed to amble to t
Zeta Beta Tau. I the front in the baseball series. They ,

i : "April 14, 4 p. m.pelta Rho vs. S.II il must have decided lo sling the .ball l i
A.E: for a change. E

r ,April. 15 I, 2 p. m.-Pi' K., A. vs. 'K.I. I' : ;
.A--'" I 'I Camp Benning is suffering the :
-' j disgrace of total
defeat at hands.
? April 15, 4 p. m.-Sigma Nu vs. A. :
:J T.' O. We offer our best consolations-we j
I I.1 were in her position once ourselves.
April 17, 4' p. m.-Winners first .
Bange is batting balls bewitching-
I contest vs. winners second contest. i
I ,April 18, 4 p. m.-Winners .third j jf j r

f contest vs. winners fourth contest. I j_ Florida, i ssending out a neat little
.f! April 20, 4 p. m.Finals.INTERFRATERNITY 1 I j jcreW'
.. I of water rats to give .Rollins a j
; ducking in her own-pond.I L ; X.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.. Wu.toa-SM.N.C.

i j i Nearly 150 men.' -from nineteen i j .
-< Althq the schedule has not been ,:
high schools qf the State came to the j
I I S completed, it :was announced by Dr. I track meet Saturday. We should !leap year. The metaphor used by]I verdict proved, to 'the satisfaction of I tion in bringing. In their vejdkt,

1 t t : ,. Manchester_ that 'j ap. inter-1ra t ernity I I like to see them all here next year. :Mr. Jm Merrin in making this unusually -*I I the libetal to members of the society,I' No business-being on t\\
1 : tennis match would }begin about ,l i' original report, that of three small that a free, untrammeled spirit is meeting was adjourned

11 i ; ,' April! 27.'Therp'.. I I A certain Stetson young lady in 1 II j waves ;(of; matrimony) and .then one l evelopiJi :'in 'uhr 'fcucfet. 'for the '
,, has been an unusual amount the grand stand smiled sweetly huge wave, 'was very! striking. This judges showed no regard for conven-' P "GatorFurchgott's sdVertls&L
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: of Interest in the : I -
sport of
kings"this Bracken
I holding down: third base for I .
I 1 year which warrants the several the 'Gator nine. Brackengrinned 1 1t I ____ ;; < t. ; -
I ; matches being -arranged. Tennis is | -
: I| back, I looked cross-eyed at a ball coming \ *
: sip, ideal sport for Florida and
should his
I j way, and dropped i it on the
:: 4 r hold a high i plcae in.our estimation. j
t ; man sliding third. "I see your lit- Men
I'c.cThe. regular team expects to" play j tie scheme," he smiled back as handsomely -! Store ;
I I their<
I t l Stetson on April 27 and 29. I P. S.-Ask Bracken about i it :. .
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+ + + + + + + + + 1 FARR
+ --" + I Farr Lit 1t t
met.at 6:45 last Monday The
+. Cornerstone Qf new Administration + i night, and had a 'very short program -
: Bldg. to be laid next + so that all who desired to attend I tE. a _' S
I *. week. 1 t betPlaceI a
$ ; the Chautauqua would be free to !
f 'Gators) clean up on road games.L +1!do so. -- I __ *
+ Duval cops eighth annual high + : i I
i The main feature
was a debate, a '- -
+ school: meet. + I : Florida
4 I very pointed debate; each side care- I
Triangular debates come off to- + I fully outlined the' points that it in- Ii i ... '< II
; i- + night. + I tended to prove, and preceded to I
1 + Editor Southern Ruralist addresses + tear down the points of the other i! i i to shop!

+ Ag. Club. + side. The subject was: "Resolved,
S Inter-fraternity baseball tour- + 1!I I That women should do all the proposing i

+ ney 'begins.Florid + instead of the men. W. C. 1 _
+ water crew meet Rol- Warren upheld the affirmativer and
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+ ,lins. ". + ,Lynn Crawford just as ably degended I '
f High school principals hold + *' the negative. A. strong spirit of con- '1KG Store
+ meeting. \tention was evident on both sides and '

Short course held for instruc- + bofh speakers overwhelmed the audience us your wants ,

+- + European trip for students planned + The judges, after" mrch] deliberation '
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+ for summer. + which sounded very much like i I' ""lr\ the heort H of Jacksonville 0-
+ Phi Kappa Phi elects new i j i wrangling, held in the decision that :
+ i the subject was undebatable, since the __. __
members..h + ;I I I fair sex are permitted to propose in i-F& ; ) ?;' :W ---- :W'. ';,& :",.. -.-. = : : 3--: V 1


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jtfRICMETER /1 1I 1 j jijBi'S m.University-:- Students physician may consult with with regard the to ''!:........ ... ..............,.......... !

COURSE IN .' defects. Dr. Tillman will be available .. .
I at the Infirmary, from 12 to 1 .. r ..
o'clock .
daily. -

! ;:: ENGKRING; B'Gin. All students wjio are going to any .Q- t .. 4.
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I 1 M. C. A. "
-L i -military camp this I :;.. 'rood Enough" is : \
summer are advised tQ get their vac- ..,. '
Eitension Div. Co-operat- : t'nations.and inoculations before they 1 :. not good enough ..

with Engineering College leave school, as these I r ,
are required + .
I Je practical Work for Meter of everyone entering camp. It will : in Porters Fitform Clothes for young $ : t!

f Electrical Companies : cause much'less discomfort to the i
|m In :
4 men and older men vyho want to stay '
: 5 Sad Repersentatives and d.ividual to take them here than to \ i

i i l a Apparatus. i iL !i I get them after they arrive at camp : :ro"g.. In the tailoring of these superbly : ,

j" i',!i during the hot weather of.....summer. :. style garments the "t asy wa)'' 4'4' .
/sieter men's Short Course is(be- Call early for these reports of physical -
defects so" : makes way for the better way and ::
\\eld in the Electrical Department they may be of use \
lie Engineering College and will ,,I through consultation. How fine can they be made?" crowds ...

" .-.from April 1T( 'to April 15. ALBERT W. SWEET, t out,the usual manufacturing: question! i;

fie is part, of the 1922 pro- i:| Hygiene Department.PERSONALS O
I I _"Ho wfast can they be made?" 3
aJ'ct the General Extension Di. Ii i I Ii

on to sens all citizens of Florida. '-- f.
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f technical instruction is being ; .
nder Dr. Benton, Prof. \V..S. .
I' and Prof. J, Well, of the Uni- I OF TWENTY, TO THREE .+ : .
t 1 "Tootie" Perry, former
and S. A. Fletcher, Supt. ofe&e captain of 4/J4-
the 'Gator football team, was visi- TIMES TWENTY TO SEE THE .
Alabama Power Co., Birming- j.
;tor at the University last week. NEW SPRING STYLES WITH THE
Bind H. A. Rosebro, general 1 _

f: outhern Utilities Co., Palat- I Frank Law, of Lakeland, was one SUGGESTION_ THAT THE PORTER .

:;,..jlhese are assisted by represents }tof the.many alumni who were presentduring' LABEL is AN ADDITIONAL..t :
'from the General Electric i i track meet. PITFORM
{Westinghouse, I lOft a.tad Sangamo Electric-Co. QUALITY. .0
Pete Lightsey, of Bartow, was +
Surly J aU the Junior and Senior ;among the out-of-town guests at the .

jsses' have registered for the .ribbon society dances. f fi lit I : : }

ase;besides a number of visiting : ,----' ."

a practically all parts of the i| .Kingsley McOallum, of Jacksonville, I ..
: t Everything 3Ien and Boys :
:'Instruction is being given by !jspjht last week at the University.Jack ? j : .
-dares, demonstrations and labora- I I +>
,.ork. Of these the latter .is the .
i Brandon, an old. alumnus of -: t.A.
at important, individual instructs ..
i.Orlando, was another visitor during -
being given to each man withrtanity .;track meet ii .
to install, repair, adjust ''. .
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under supervision. i
ftesttinieters Frank Massey, of Dade City, and ".-' <,- ..
swork also .
includes taking apart Pensacola theguests -
:Tom Kennedy, of .were .
i assembling of meters.,. use of ro- '! and .
at the K. AHouse Party .
Jacksonville, Corner Bay and Laura
352._standards, determination. of! 1{the ribbon society 'dances : I
neatage. registration,;wiring, cor- .

ifeg faults in defective meters and 1 Philip Conroy spent last weekendat ,1--i .t. J JI
*nition, In first aid in electrical in- his home in Jacksonville. I i t
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l ufaeturers will display sam- t| The many friends of Jim Clark were i :.................... ............ +.. +

ofr meters, aid meter testing glad to see him return to school re- .
-- -- -r'r
ztus, the of which is- '
aa&ructive demonstration inspection These cently. I r--Bill Albright, of Orlando: was a FREE RIDE 1 guests during the .season of '22..*23:

i visitor to the University the past The "Baraca Special" leaves the= 1. Guests are requested not tot
3w!further theusurers' Fred Leeks, alumnus of the University j
an I
t- [week. of Buckman Hall about 9:30 talk to the dumb waiters.; .
who a Palatka visitor,during
representatives was -
Sunday mornings. t bellhop is wanted,
l f o'I 2. If a please,
\ere as. assistants. the festivities of the past wee "
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this lI I Dealy Hunt, of Clearwater, and F"wring" the towel. : ij
course is tof interest to '
special The management! of the famous i 3. Guests wishing *P get up with.
tical : Frank DeVane of Plant City, spent Sherman Moore, of Sanford were 'I
pr man who has to work 1 i line?
of swejl] hotels, which include ot: being called can have, self'raising
Vekomed back to the University
dingle phase the week-end renewing old acquaintances -'
meters especially,
I I Buckman and Thomas Halls, flower for
I an- supper.
:t it gives them at .the University. for a short visit last week
a chance to gaintechnical \ I nounce the following rules for their ;4. The hotel is supported by at -
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lave rotating standards and ,; 2 I driving will-9 hammer and nail i in;the

.equipment of their own, supple- : closet. -,* -,
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students can obtain a report of furnish a spring with; every,bed.

Physical defects by calling at : MILLER' :': i 8. Guests will please rise early;

.122,.Peabody Hall, any day bet we use sheets for tabtei cloths.

hours of 9 to 1 o'clock d. 9. If your lamp goes out use one

_. I of our feather pillows; they are
4I >'" .' light enough for any room.
TYPEWRITERS i :- ., 10. Anyone troubled with night

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i: EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT with the University Carnival ; .
I' Pete Harris ._._.............___-.-_....._.._..... Editor-in-Chief. I was held last Saturday avemrg at : I!
If! Glover Miller _............_..-------- -......._________Managing Editor. the gym when Miss Lena, Chancey, "" "
,. .it Rpbert Wray ..... ..__ ......,.___...._......._...sistant Managing Editor!I the first queen of the ,carnival, was '< ;'- !
i Richard Sias -___ .. .._.... .- .Sporting Editor j!'j'crowned.. The ceremony was held before .UNIVERSITY MEN <; ;- i

k ; Hubert Weeks ___M.-....._...__._. '______. Assistant Sport Editor I'. the dancing began, the queen .
1! Robert' Pierce _.___ '..'.... ......__..._..._... .. .....'.Society Editor being assisted by her two maids, ... _. '' .' -10 1;: .
I L: Harold Klock _____.____,-,.- Exchanges Misses Mary'Parker McCraw and Lillian Demand value and style i." : ;
I! K. K. Hansen, Ozzy Ble___,.'_...'.....__---._.. Personals Long, A'Iarge bouquet of flowers '
Society Brand Clothes i'
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was presented Miss Chancey by :
I 4,1 REPORTERS the presidents of the four classes,
II Ed Woodberry, William Parmenter, Beach Hazard. J. D. Wheeler, Fred and a gold watch was presented her Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts. Knox Halls :

,,3 Mansour, Frank Elmore, Roef Buckley, L. L. Thompson, Newton St.j41 by the president of the student body,
l'I j41 i ; John, Frederick Langworthy. 'I':as a gift from the entire school. The Are. featured lines in the. Giddeons. ,Store. :
1 1i .maids received silver pencils. After 4
i r BUSINESS DEPARTMENT the Mail orders a specialty.HENRY .
the ceremony grand march was '
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I Aleck White..Business Manager' .5
led bj'Miss Chancey ""and Eugene ;
: Horace Wilson _-____._.__.._...___......Assistant. Business Manager ,. > F S
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I tj: -i.:.;ISntered as second-class matter, September ? lfn2, at the postoffice. 'at i f. The,gymnasium was attractively .
ri' Gainesville,.Fla.; .under the Act of 3L reh Sd. 1879. ,j decorated with streamers of orange"and ,0;
,: blue and banners and

; .L 1 paper pennants
: ,.', Rate:-;..The Florida Alligator, $1.60 the year. adorned the walls. Outside the .
._ :door Delware" punch was to be had.
l '**" .' THE BABY IS GROWING I JDancing continued until twelve, and ... .: : '; iii
the dance was one of the most,delightful 7 '
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I ?\:of the week-end., being a ; -

J -. .,- On. Friday afternoon, April 21, with all due ,pomp. .and. ceremony I r ting.close to the festivities. fit-I I .
.i in,charge:of arrangements were ,
the the Administration Building will belayed
corner of
; new t son Markham, W. S. Middleton andJ. ... ". ','
1! J 3 on the U. of F. campus. This means that the Baby University of C. Bablon.I I '

the South is casting off another of its swaddling garments and j i I 1 .'" --- .-- '- .
i i I rising into the ranks of the best. Governor Hardee will be here PEABODY' CLUB NOTES. -
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F and a full programme has been arranged for his entertainment, as i Peabody Club met Monday nightat I ..

I he comes ,to lend his dignity to the occasion. j I 17 o'clock in regular session. Mr.Hinson -
Jhje Building. of this new Administration Building, which will i' gave a very short and in'structive Cort.
I add.du'e.. acility,.majesty and beauty tathe, University, is only one;:'' ',talk on his experiences asa .-. (
school;teacher. Mr. Hinson's talk
of the many steps already taken and of those to,be taken to make proved to be so interesting that the .
r the University one of the Best in the.South. The growth of the society decided that one senior will .
'Gator School in the past few years! is marked by its leaps and be called upon- to tell of his experiences ;. t.
bounds in he development of the courses offered, athletics, .increased ,'I each 'Monday night. A veryinteresting
student-body and all things that,go to put a school in the debate was held, the sub- -'
1 I I jest being "Resolved, That the '.
A-l class but has been hindered by a lack of funds and equipment.:" : .;
is an uplift to society. The ,
This new building is welcomed by all those concerned as the pre. affirmative was repressed. by Ellis ..
I I j liminary the 'race for more.like it because inputting it here Moore nd C,.W. Persons. The negative -
f. the proper authorities will see the necessity of others, and in a ( was represented by L. R. Ramsey '. < ..

f due;course of time it is hoped.that its brothers and sisters will f and ita'S K.., :1L. Hait. A good argument Take It From The Air 1
given by both sides, but the f
come to join us. \, *
J 'I judges decided:! in favor of the negative -
a NOT only mush} but news, .speeches, mfe- :

I The members of the Sophomore Class, and especially those ;krCmm.JoJ': April 17 follows.: I sages of every'sort, are today being picked .>.
who took, so active a part in the work, are to be congratulatedupon 1. Talk byr McClendon. out, .of the air. ci
2. Read best" f .S' ..
the outcome of the eighth annual carnival' Altho the financial English poem; for.
19th tury.-Wheeler.: .
results were not as satisfactory as they might have been, 3. Rea- dbest American poem, for::1 I "How has this come about?" we ask. ._: :
I' nevertheless it makes the addition of still another
possible sum to 19th century.-E. Moore. ..
the fund which is being accumulated for the erection of a.memoria 4. Debate, 'subject: "Resolved, ':'.... : ; The new impetus given' to radio development :

I i i fountain. for the N., of F. men who gave up their, lives, during That the: : Teacher's College, Faculty, ,,," } .may be definitely associated with the developi

t 1 : the,.war. And the publicity :which it made.possible did much to should'ride Affirmative bicycles-H. OUryan, Ebinger.: _-; :":,;went of the high :power vacuum tube, for that .: .

i' ring.the University to the attenion of the high school men: who Negative Peadon, Champlin. ', made broadcasting 'possible. And the power .-

: were present. 5. The. prospects for Peabody in tube originated from a piece of purely theoretical ,,1

1922, by G. B. Simmons. research, which had no connection with radio. .-/

i I The annual quota of Phi Kappa Phi men have been recently 1'>2 iIs f

i elected to membership in that honorary fraternity.{ This ,is the ; -- ... When a scientist in the Research Laboratories (; ..R 'yr
sj!,j highest award of merit that can be conferred upon a Florida,man ( SPRING AND SUMMER of the General Electric Company found thatr
I t from-the standpoint of scholarship and good standing and the Made to Measure Suits and I electric current .could be made to pass throughthe
t i' '. f prospect of such recognition should be an inspiration to all undergraduates Trousers; White Ducks and I highest possible vacuum and could be varied '

i to make every effort to attain this honor. J B Flannels L R. BLALOCK Room 5 Buckman.B. P. ELLIS H fm according to fixed laws, he established the Principle -, j')

I I 1 i -. ... --. ... .... -. -.. ....A of the power tube and laid the foundationfor

: < i With the closing of spring practice last week the outlook for the "tron" group of devices. .
.i. :- the.football season for next fall seems brighter than ever. A

J large; squad has been working out and according to indications the These devices magnify the tiny telephone .

i first call will find :the men in greater numbers and better condition LYRICTHEATRE currents produced by the voice and supply _4,

1 than ever before.AMERICAN. them to the antenna, which broadcasts the J

1i i --- I messages. At the receiving end, smaller"trons" ,.

: ..N..............- .............. -,. in turn, magnify the otherwise imperceptible -

; messages coming to them from the ,J

i SHOE REPAIR COMPANY I Saturday-THE UNKNOWN I receiving antenna. J

1 : : AND SHINE PARLOR I Monday Great, accomplishments are not picked out

I I Louis Eliades I BEYOND CROSSROADS I of the air. Generally, as in this case, they grow .f
Proprietor i from one man's insatiable desire to find out .
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115 PHONE 139N. I the "how" of things. {

I : .. D. Cooper, Agent; Room 13, Bookman i'"'I. ACROSS" THE DIVIDE M l
......................... Wednesday tical'. Scientific research discovers the facts. Prac- 4Gener
TILLIE applications follow in good time.

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afternoon from: 4 to 6 the ;; ; ;n ; c' : '
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boats at an, after- ;; .
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'&aee at the Woman's Club, I 4c; ,. -

jg the many visitors in .. ; : :; \ "
for the rack meet. Punch .. : .. '
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the card room and the ''j' .
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$ of the Kappa Alpha Fra- gate alternating current to America: i
m and founded Westingkmue indut riu. _
were hosts to their house .' ,' "
:aId, othed riends Friday after- 1 S r.
the ':> L. *
it a nafterhoon dance at :
.''i Club from 4 to 6. !Punch : !

"ered in the card room, and the ... ", .,
"'fas both enjoyable and success ; ". ':, I !

f George Westinghouse ,1
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festivities of the last '
)pgia the ,
"- system was but an infant, for whose life those Westinghouse ..Current" many extremists r'

m! 'ft* .pirate Club Club. -on entertaictf'Woman's West- :=-::. 'Yh believed In it were fighting daily andt' described it. .).

-..r Avenue at an afternoon nightly battles; today this same system is ,a That the'little 50 horsepower generators of

.jisday from 4 to 6. A large -i'i: t .i giant of.almost inconceivable size, so capable those days have grown to sizes two thousand 1

is of visitors had already arriv --' of defending itself that no one seeks attack times as large; that stations, of a few. horse- '

Dih added to the enjoyment ofgtsion. ;. ::., it., For d5% of the, electricity that is generated power have been succeeded by stations with .> ;
The hosts dis- : ,
were -
: and transmitted today is alternating a capacity of hundreds of thousands of horse '
&_ d by their costumes of white '- _
,: : current. while at the time distribution .:-e''
,si, with bright colored sashes :, power, same ,
ssdanaa, and during the inter- ;: ':',,:''." ". I* The story of the development of alternating voltages have grown from 1,000to 20,000, ':. a :.. 1

,a pictures were taken of them : ._';:...:.,!-*'r", current,is a story of courage and vision and is due largely to the vision and the courage of .'" ". r I
'their lady friends. Re- : "'' ..'- faith of and and ....
young : ; ; misunderstanding misrepresen- George Westinghouse to The qualities .
i; punch was served through :.. : .' tation; of engineering failures and triumphs; of the engineers whom he called, character ;" y

(. noon. Swanson College Or-: t' ,. \ 'of commercial ability and organization. It istically to help him. By no means the least. f .t 1 '

t famished the music. ,.? ':-. (.....i c.. .. -.. reads. like a classic'romance. In its chapters of the achievements of this man Was his. .. .

SPENT RIBBON SOCIETY _" ;'>. > are credit.and honor for all who have deserved ability to organize the greatest aggregation of .

DANCE. "".- :. #_ '. .' r it,; but the central figure, the man whose engineering intelligence ever' known" men of 1. ,; '". ,- '''-. _: ;
.,: .. *'.* motives and acts furnished the basis of the analytical i ity, consummate inathema- :' > !

Sixteenth Annual Ball of the ,! plot] was George Westinghouse the founder ticians, great inventors; and to promote in .. t

, A Ribbon Society was 'held last .. "' '- of' (.he Westinghouse Inoustries. this great group the most harmonious and j
fey.mning at the Woman's When, in J88C, he brought over from intelligent co-operation. ," ," i 1
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covered with fraternity and col- Europe the crude -3raulard and Gibbs system, The same energy and courage and purpose: w "' ;'

bamlm, and the rostrum was ;. f, '.. .. t -:even he, great as was his foresight, diet not that forced the acceptance of the arc brake .
. with pot ferns and palms. : dream of the coming magnitude of the idea the modern systems' for the economic and safe'

% began at 930 o'clock by the ".' ''" .. ". .. 'which he was '.fostering... The development distribution of natural -gas,, and; (later of the < '::.r '. .; '
l' of Coffins Orchestra from Tame .''"''n\ "'. '' .'\work undertaken J by the strong engineersWfjM I steam turbine, led and won the fight for alter t .

|, programs weje. attractive .+I \ '- jMm j he put; {o' work l led' at first into many nating'current, which has.grtiwn to be tine of '.- -. _I'.
'' ad,green with a coiled ser- .J fitf ILi :' ., t r
; serious differences, ;with those who favored the world's greatest and most necessary =

segraved on the cover. An .ap: 1..: t., .:t: :...- .-"direct current. Legislatures were even impor- com odities.' '. ," ..
"' verse marked each dance. ., .' .. ,' .. r .t' '
the intermission refreshments I ..

*aUdi; sandwiches and cof- : '" '. a.
'f '" rred. The hosts weretheir r, F .

L rriWi the dance:running evening across suits by their a ,_ Wes b ouse ', ::s i

proved to be one IA
; most delightful formal affairs I, : .
;+..e season, and 'the next is looked ."1 f J I .'.., ,",'ct. ,0> 'It, k

,,1iId toVit,,' th a great -deal of .!. ; .-, .. .. 1 '" $' /

r* by'it'their friends. ',.. .' .
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large room was

nth a,reddish glow from shaded I .' a ","' j cad the rostrum was curtained 1 1r to the e'v n ng's enjoyment tall parts of the state to attend the Dorothy Wilson, Bartow; Mary Reed, Wells' Jacksonville. The chaperones-
ed greatly ,
draperies. The word the fraternity Bartow Patty Epps, Monticello I were Mesdames G. B. Massey, 'R. T.
! : 'The next dance to be given by this I third annual party given by -I ; '
11 silver Bently, James McKay, C. A, Pound .
l iI shone from a.back- popular ribbon satiety is looked for every Track Meet. Beside [Louise iParrymore, Jacksonville; Ant t ; "
C f red from the front the I and .W. D. Cody. ; *
of ward to with a great deal of interest. the many dances which were attended rIPe Lee Avery Jacksonville; Mary
,J8-' Coning Orchestra from M-W a weinie roast was given for Hoyt, Jacksonville, Mary Edith Tur- -'

* finished; the music. All KAPPA ALPHA HOUSE PARTY. their entertainment by the membersof ner, Jacksonville; Marie Laswell, D>*.your sleeping in the afternoon.,, :
j 'Were recognized by red labels the fraternity on Saturday night. Tampa; Carlotta Cuesta, Tampa;. Come to Sunday school in --morn--
eats and they proved t em. 1- Theresa Yaeger, Tallahassee Lucille :
" Those attending were Misses Mary ; ,
,delight{ hosts. During the. The members of the Kappa home Alpha over Graham,, Talbotten, Ga.; Virginia Reese, Tallahassee E. Smith, Mari- ing. >,. :
"ion their
the Theta rats served ;.e- i Fraternity turned following Peoples, Valdosta, Ga.; Elizabeth anna; Loureen Spencer, Ocala Sarah }
s to ts M ,salad, sandwiches and 'from Wednesday to the of their Nelson, Tampa and Ruth Drawdy, Dehon, Ocala! ; Jean Conrad,, Daytona; Can nine Doubting Thomases whip: \
kt guests. The full number of Monday to the entertainment from Tampa; Sara Alice Mills Tampa; Ruth Thompson, Orlando, and Mildred 'a herd-of Bucks? t
hr>s were present! which jadd-'young lady friends came

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r1;! IN I JOURNALISM EASTERMany Baseball Food

I I ::':.. ". Gabardines'have been received in both plain and Sport models. I QUALITYLSER:
,I..\ '? Members of the clas sof Journalism new and
from which to choose-be sure to see these Baird
faculty of the Agricultural College Several patterns Hardware CdF
r I finished hand. t tI
tailored and by
'; and staff of the experiment Station make it a point to note how finely they are

I I j were very fortunate indeed last We feel safe in saying that the materials are better than you would expect '

y 'I Thusday to be present at a lecture I I Ii I to find at so reasonable a price. I

i ';;\ siren in ,the Experiment Station Li- D "I i
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t I Summer Quarter STRAW HATS
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II'I l',! -. First Term-June 19-July 20. ._ MANY. WEAVER-MANY. SHAPES AND'SI ES TO., FIT. 'EVERY: ,HEAD..-... tt t CALLING CARDS t
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1.50T0 5.00
I; The Summer Quarter is an integral

part of the University Year, the 'I ; for young men t
courses being the same in character ,f'. i
I t and credit: value as in the other quarters Gainesville !
Daily MToday's
t of the )"ear.I s
I ;1 Degrees are conferred upon men --. .- ) '
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and women for summer work. '- Tooty

,. 1'1: t The Master's\ Degree mal bo obtained J. J"HILL -
., in three Summer Qlartfrs. v. Ui BUILDING I
,f It offers ""opportunities unexcelled, in! '
\ 1 the South and makes a :trot gaprAal I 's HOEH S

I to teachers seeking broader: scholarship .
'I : L and training and widersocial II {
I II I It contacts, and to college stude,ts, desiring I I B. 'M. TENCH R !

t!i to complete degree .' \
i i; I ments. requtre-j brary by Mr! C. A. Cobb, editor of of detailed and accurate agricultural heart have I their numbers!'iAnd 0 Gainesville 0

I- i Attendance last quarter, 2 the Southern Ruralist, on "The Re- information, if he is to fulfill his duty even as he is a fool, thou art a simpleton ;
quirements of a good Agricultural ;,of lifting the country people to a !I -
twenty-nine states and foreign coun I I, should thou think as he th.rk-: E Ei
\i I tries. I I Editor' ;'higher level, both economically and I I E Florida
\ .- The most beautiful and unique campus :I. "There is no such thing as the 1 socially.. I I eth. i -

in America.r i!editor's easy chair.," says Mr. Cobb. ', How will what-I advise work out I i For,.I charge-thee, there is_ yet another S H 0 ESCARDS

Accommodations at reasonable "I have been in the agricultural '!'in reality? What effect will this :I vamp which driveth Babylon to

rates. Tuition for non-Virginia Indents !journalistic "game" two and one half.aHicle; have upon the readers? These !1 I distraction; she hath less art than II F

; $15 per, term.Entertainments .'- '!years and during that time I've done *: are two question; he said that every ,1; others, yet she dependeth" upon the --
.musical festival, :
txcursions. I more hard work than I did in the editor should ask himself with regardto foolishness of man, and getteth thereye
.. Latest Styles .4
I F For illustrated' folder and full an- I ten years I spent in extension workin every article that goes into his ( altar) just the same. ,

I nouncement write to Mississippi." !paper.The editor responsible for I When she weareth the exceedingshort Special Prices ,

CHARLES G. MAPHIS, Dean, He said that a spirit of helpfulness 'everything that is printed, and if I skirtSind' the infinitesmial to
l University, Virginia.I" and a profound love for agrI- she did not keep this.close watch some 'i I StudentsOrder
____ culture were prerequisites for agriculitural one might slip some Very-' radical sleeves when displayeth dimpled t Now!

,I journalistic work. An agricultural ideas into the columns of his paper. 'elbows, much neck, and more back; I Loose leaf note boob
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"> Everything Eleetrical t ; editor<<; must be a born missionary I} Mr. -Cobb took a stand opposite when she sitteth near and is pensive

t JOS. J. SEYKORA with an agricultural college edu- from many agricultural editors,. in I bid thee depart in haste. i and Supplies r
3 [cation, plus at least two years actual I'that he said, he thonght newspaper : PEPPER PRINTING
t Phone 107 Gainesville, Fla.t t [experience on a small-farm, and must !experience was a handicap in Agri- For she will put to thee a question I

I., I. aR !..- j hare. at, his finger' tips a large fund cultural Journalism Truth is an essential i which shall savor of a remark*, COl\1P ANY'I'
t I |i and unless thou travelleth thou shalt "

:t |t and this in.he Agricultural gave as a reason/.Journalism for his !I surely fall for it. She sayeth: "No-
Ii : ::' I (statement, for in writing newspaper t' body* loves me and, ,my,.hands are 'I''I'J.. S. BODIFOW
i! :1 III" r$ : t |articles there is a tendency to deviate cold. And, lest thou yearneth for a andCOMPANY
I ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCHEast : from the exact truth, in many II. kitchenette, apartment, fpr two, thou '
Ii instances This.js shouldst answer: "But God loves '
unpardonablesin "
iji 1t i t.:: Main\ Street, North ;+ an thee dear, and sit I
thou cant
f fI in Agricultural Journalism. j ? my on r Druggists : Phone'!.
thy hands. .
: f' Rev. John. ConoleT.. L.;;. Rector. Telephone 629 j He said that an editor should always : _.... "jI
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be student and further he For this 1tt
I"\ t i a i is the Sex-Appeal Vamp,
.'should know the truth and then always -I and she is insidious I j DORAN
:! ; t. more -than beshevik !-tt A. H. 'J
ir' ( Sundays--Holy Mass and Sern. n,10:30a'm.: evening stick to it. j a I propaganda, and more heady { East Main,South
; = -services.. 7:45 p. m. t" I II In closing :Mr. Cobb said that the > than a June. moon. 232. 1
t' -" Accessories, :
I t greatest need of people today was an Therefore I"say unto thee, consider ".. I Bicycles, I:'I
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t x Weekdays-Holy Mass, 7:00 a. m. fl I international viewpoint of agriculture. these words and be wise, and next pairs Flash Light an:

I week the shall consider the Sophisticated -. t f i Baseball goods. it
I evenin\s\ MRS. SOLOMON SAYS: ....-.I,;
1; Special Lenten Services Wednesday 7:30 p. m. t Vamp. : --
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1! f I*' Subject Matter: "The Means of Sanctification. Sunday tt II t Being, the fourth confess. of theseven' NORTHWESTERN II, I W. S. DORSEY & CO.Everything 'f'fIt I
hundredth wife, Mm.Jert- I.!? .
I t f evenings. 7:30 p. m. Subject Matter: The Church of Christ. Ij t Solomon. UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL. ) in Groc n tIt |

I> Behold, the fool hath said in his DTtI
t I (The oldest Law School in Chicago) I I Fat Goodness! SakeDOESEY'S !
L heart; "Lo, I know them all Yea, by Fall Terpi DELIGHT COFfgDR.
opens Monday, Sept. 25. I
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Wednesday August23; 1922. '-"
.! Summer Terra, Wednesday, Jane 21, I

1i The Summer\ Faculty includes members TENCH ,

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States- ; Colorado South Carolina, I II Office Graham BuildinZ'I
: West Virginia and Illinois.
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satisfactory completion of three yearsof .".
college study. ----- ---

Special Students. Proof of completion I 1TORAHi
of four years of"nigh) schol or i I fuORTONI

4 Auditors. Members of the bar who I Art and Gift Shop
S. either cannot moet the above require i Pictures and Picture Fr's

Stationery, Cigars, Cigarettes and ,Tobacco Hot ,and Cold' Drinks for ments studies.or who do not ask for. credit I ..... .... -

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i Agents for .the' l Washington and Candies Northwestern University Banding,' 31'i STORE

West Lake street, Chicago. bm: REXALL Agents for
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WHY BUY A NEW CLOCK? Over 100 Superintendents s -. t :'

,BUR OLD ONE CAN BE MADETAS GOOD AS NEW ; Principals from Over Thirty-and I ,_ '

.' Bring it to Counties Met in' Peabody on .. FITFORMSOLE ., -t.

,r L. C. SMITH, South Side Square Tuesday" and Wednesday. .

The .; I : AGENTS, S, -:
State Conference of County Superintendents .

r and High School, ether principals school officials closed e PHIFER BROS. DEPT. STORE .- :

THE PHIFER STATE BANK and Wednesday especially afternoon successful after days.two The full :. .. Gainesville, Florida *. J t

Strong, Safe and AccommodatingJOHNSON'S conference was called for Tuesday .

Peabody and Wednesday Hall ,and April 11 and 12 in .. ....4..P.A. 4p.4isr. .1
.... ......... 4 _, from over thirty counties were pres- =
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PHARMACY f ent making the attendance a hundred t. ,
1rg ; Medicines, Stationery, Toilet 'and Rubber Goods or mbre. '
| At 10 o'clock Tuesday morning the I Glasses Fitted 'j'jEyes
.We!guarantee personal attention! to Prescriptions. Only I convention I
to order
used. Low prices. I by
considered.. Supt. W..N. I e 6
Sheats, Hon. R. L. Tur- 1
le, Florida. i
4 -rr ii i ner, State rural school inspector, was Tested 1
.. appointed temporary secretary, and I : i
; the members turned their attention: i
: DO BUSINESS WITH t'o the election of officers 1 -
Broken lenses duplicated in one hour'stime '-:_ : I

:- THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK: I i Hathaway ones being chairman chosen;' :Supt.Supt.,J.F. A.E. I

Knight, assistant chairman; Hon. R. S C. H. COLES & SON .;
I New Million Dollar Bank"
ftt Resources Over 2,500,000( L. Turner,
secretary; :Miss A. Haile ::1 i ii
stenographer; Miss Roundtree, assistant I -
I stenographer; and Prof. W. S. e-- '- "k' ".. '
ni.----- .. ... .-'... ..- ... .. .... .... ... .... .... ...- .... .,. .,. .....- ..... .T .......,. ....- ...- ..... ; Cawthorn and Supt. T. W. Yarbrou I ,
members cf committee !
I on resolu- <
The first I
GAINESVILLE FURNITURE I subject to be taken up
was that of school I ,
finances. Supt. i
Basement Hall
Language :
I Knight gave a talk from Supt. C. R. I 3S
; ] and Records : M. Sheppard's notes, who was not j I New Line of University Jewelry and Stationery, Large J JI.

present, due to sickness. Superintendents !. Assortment of Pennants Freshman Memory c
Caps, -d !
t Gray and Holmes also de-I I. .
_,' : !livered. addresses. The question{ '- Books, Etc. =j-
tR Cox, Proprietor : : : Telephone S6 "Tuition for the Tourist I 1 5
was much v
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The subjects of Certificate Law and :I
.........++..... .. ..,........ Employment of Teachers were i ':: ;;::.;; .... :-;'':: :>.;:-

credited proportional time ,.'\1 ac-I
---- day morning.' Other important i

j jects taken up and discussed during I i! SPORTING GOODS :
DROP IN the convention were: Compulsory i
Attendance Law and*Work of Attendance I Football S Baseball I

ono F STOCK t Officers, the State TextBook I Hardware of all) Kinds % ;I
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Problem, School Expenditures, :I ,

TAILOR jjtof j TeacherTraining.FREE. !.! See. tJs --"; II'

;AJte &tion Cleaning Pressing f The "Baraca .Spe al" leaves the I Pfcone 22' ,
corner of BucJonah Hall about 9:39 WEST SID OF SQUARE > !
rye 354 -, Gainesville. Florida,,' J Sunday mornings. ;,
10... .' .. ," I "
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(.. -.. 4IIIIo4ll 4' 'Why not shave trith sharpened -<

I l ,.._ ; blades? See Driggers, -Buckman.. WE CATER ESPECIAIXY' TO THE "
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" (" WHEN'';, YOU EAT" : DEAN!) BOY TOOK I I AZALEA'UniverBiti'TEA Men HQUSE '' :-- ;

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, J DECLAMATION I I ............. 4II --411 __ _""" __-' I;
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A SQUARE. MEAD. The Declamation contest held in i taR -,
the"Gymnasium of the University qf S I ,
& > Florida;Friday evening, was considered .
; SQUARE DEAL PRICE whole i ..... ... .
and regarded on a ; as tone --- -- --- 4 4 4I 4I .
.- .......---- of the best Declamation contests"eve r 1 I- i'
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- High School Meet. ) !I', FIRST NATIONAL BANK ,
'". The first 'prize was won by Chand-.' Incorporated 1888 -

UNIVERSITY MEN ALWAYS WELCOME: AT ler Stith of DeLand. 'I; t Capital< $100,000.. Surplus, $150,000 t.' \,
The second prize was won by -
Charles Greed of Ft. Lauderdale.
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The third prize was won by William --- -, -- -- ---

Ward of Daytona.The .
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fourth prize was won by Ed-
number of students of the University
4 MAKE YOURSELVES AT HOME and of the Gainesville HighSCOOoJ Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Kinish, Complete House Bills. v

'. -'' '. besides visitors from: all over I I Daily Capacity 25,000 Feet. Gainesville, FIa. J JI
': Agency Hollingsworth's Unusual Candies the State were present that night I :

-. \ I and much enthusiasm and interest '

t was shown.The I .J'
, winner of the first prize in the I SEE t "
: Essay contest was Henry Boyer of I! Vidal Drug Company ,
taCHESNUT'S ----l
I. SHOE PARLOR Jacksonville Edmund McGill took I I -- .. -
All the contestants
second place. r .
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recordof ,GATORS
: seconds as against a 'I,C
II t: 4 minutes and 58 seconds. The SIX GAMES ON LONG TRIP 'I Greerileaf & Crosby
mile started off with Vrieze of Duval
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r \ well in the lead. He held this place .. (Continued from page.. ) If:
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t did not allowed the 'Gators to secure seven JEWELERSJacksonville ::1
It until the last lap, when he I I:t .
; hold and was guns I but held them down to two after
able to
9r seem to T>e up ,
: '1 forced to Across the line in fourth episode. In the last few innings i Florida 1
II! 11'11'this :
t\\ ': oft place. it turned out to be .a really good game

I I' McDowall of Gainesville ,won the of ball. The soldiers played well after I Medals Class Rings i and Pins. Commit I
/ I ,. high jump at the height of 5 ft., 5 in. I{ the first inning, but the seven ,
I I lead acquired by the 'Gators was in search of loving cups or trophies
1 1\\ tf ,. TAMPA and attempted to break the record by.J 'run I suitable i
for them to overcome
J elevating the bar to 5 ft., 10 in. but too the much victory rested with Florida. for Golf, Tennis or other athletic events, \\ill!

\ \ i offers real values produced .he failed to get over. Folsom and 1 i i The second game was one of the find it an easy matter to choose from selection in

by our system of operation. of Duval tied for third place i the reservation, ball -
Lewis prettiest seen on
11 I.: I and matched for the metal< Lewis :park, running: into a ten inning af- 1 packages which we will gladly send upon!) t
.. jl Florida led off in the first inning -
: i t : SPRING SUITS winning, out. I|fair. In the L approval.
The Class B Relay was won by the by securing one run. t
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1.1} From Tallahassee team in 1 min 41.3 sec- fourth inning, the Benning aggrega- i: _.. .

I I' onds. Lakeland was a .close second tion came back and tied the score. -- -
-FASHION PARK In the sixth, an error, stolen base and -
in this race. 1 t i
t single gave tEe TGators another tally. .

f ; CAMPUS TOGS McLin The,Duval Edwards quartette, Jones, composed and Reed of, ,They secured another in the eighth :j GIVE your shoes to ROSE, Room 3, Buckman, and Le! 1IJ'1 ._

\ I' : 'SPRING HATS > easily came in first in the Class: : A I I while three the times.soldiers trotted across. the GIVE you an up-to-date job- .
i in this 1 pan
event. The time made was
I \ i!I It was the eighth fram ewhich was: GAINESVILLE ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR CO.
38.4 seconds.Ft.. Lauderdale :
From min. and
I II' J t 1 .. second. ,by far the most exciting inning of the 215 West University Avenue I
I i came in I!
1 I. STETSONYOUNG % ser es. TEe Infantry got. to Dixon
I: As added attractions to the regular ;;
for two three, and one twobaggerand
: of the afternoon the 'Gator
'J events ,
BROS/ thought they had the game won --'-
\ track squad ran a few feature races. : by a 4 to 3 tally. But they had
,1, SPRING SHIRTS Buckley paced off the mile in 4 min. I I another guess coming, for the fighting IE ',;: ;,

I I ,' r 40 ,seconds flat, giving a margin oft 'Gators came right back in the ninth I
From 15 seconds the high_ school
\ r t a about over sol- I
t and tied the score again. The
Irecord for the state. He will doubtless Buy Your'Gents' Furnish- l
;: 1 MANHATTAN i diers changed pitchers at this stageof
be entered in the S. I. A. A. meet
1 I 1 ,ii I It the game, but Bange, the first ings at The New Store !
II f to be held at L. S. U. in May, andwith I
I METRIC: man up, hit for two bases came
t i a little more improvement he'will home when Roach singled. The infantry J All new goods at lowest market prices
WILSON BROS. put up a good fight for Southern ,
; I retired runless. Bange for s .
,honors -
'Gators for the soldiers -
{ the and Jones i
I SPORT SUITS IN BROWN i 'Cox.ran the half for the count of divide dhonors evenly.The I A.C.SlTH&.COlIPANY J

1\\ AND BLUE FLANNEL !12 min. and 7 seconds. He tore off I score by innings, first game: :
South Side
: the first quarter in 58 seconds and
: Was unable to finish in his_ usual, Florida .'_.___700 011 000-9 8 2 Square.
r strong manner. He has made the .
I I Infantry _._.021 000 000-3 5 2 .j a SSSSMfrgg .J4'E
: distance in several second sless: than ,. Batteries, Florida: Hartman and ''I
he ran it at that time.A Ward Infantry It Jones and Cobb.
t ; --- -- ,
13 The Clothier mile relay team, 'including Sar Second game: j ;II
"- Todd, Crown and Case ate up thus t I RUE' ---- -- ----
Franklin Street, Corner amount of space in the time. of'3Ii Florida _100 001 011 1--5 10 3

I: Twiggs S {min. and 41.1 seconds. I Infantry ._000 100 030 0-4 83 Bedding, Pillow Cases,
.HI Ii| Summary of.vents: Batteries Florida; Dixon and

rttl TAMPA, FLORIDA I j 100 yard dash-Blitch, Tallahassee; Ward; Infantry, Lee, Finnessey and I Sheets, Blankets .

j Marshall.. Ft. Lauderdale: Reed, Du- Cobb. r

I 'I. ivl, ; Monetta, Lakeland. Time, 10 1-5 The University of Florida split the 1 -
I ,;seconds. (New state record.) ,series with Mjssissfrpi College at New 1 RIPON---RIBBON' NOVELTIES .

_ k, One mile run-Hazeltine, Miami; Orleans, La., Monday and Tuesday, MADE TO SPECIAL; ORDER .

'r ---- .-. --, Carter, Fort Pierce; Staurt, Ft.,Laud- by defeating them to: the tune Of 2 I .

SIX RECORDS SMASHED IN I i F I erdale; Vrieze, Duval. (New state to0 in the first game, but droppingthe I II, We Keep Everything for Your RoomGAIMESVHLEFLORIOA' .
8TH ANNUAL TRACK MEET recor L) second one by a score of 4 to 0. ,

't 120 yard high hurdles--Jones, Du- ;'! The firs; game played on Monday

,J (Continued from Page 1)) i:val; Monroe, Hillsboro; W. Johnson; was one of the fastest ball gamesever a.
Ft. Lauderdale Ditchenmuller, Ft. seen between college teams, ac-
; Heed of Duval dipped under the .
Lauderdale. Time 17 seconds. (New cording to a dispatch rceived by the Quol- -- -- '
former record in the 220-yard dash :'state record. Gainesville Sun. Bange is credited JrII

by breaking the string in 23:2 against Shot Put-Gillispie, Lakeland; with registering one of ,the longest Service
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,a former reocrd of 24 seconds. Vick- .Jones, Duval; Brown, Duval; Vickery, hits ever seen in New Orleans, driving I i

i' cry of Gainesville won the state title 'Gainesville. Distance 40 feet, 4 3-4 the pill crashing into left field j

in' the 440 when he came down the .inches. for a home run. Blake walked, was .. --- -------- .... -. -----
Pole vault-Baker, Ft. Lauderadle; sacrificed by Roach and scored onBeasley's --71
homestretch_ :. :with a fall 20-foot *aa ,Matthews, Ft. Lauderdale; Robb, Ft. double to right. This end .

f. over the nearest opponent and stopped Pierce; L. Marshall, Tallahassee. ed the scoring for the day, and the 4 ...
the watches at 53:4 against a former Height. 10 ft., 4 3-4 inches. game resulted into a real pitcher's

J record of 54 flat Monroe of Hills-i' 220 yard dash--Reed, Duval; H. battle between Boswell and Edwards, The

borough tied the record for the 220 Marshall, Ft. Lauderdale; Hebble, with Boswell, who twirled for the
low hurdles when he passed the Hillsboro Monetta, Lakeland. Time. ,'Gators having a slight edge ,over Ed- I MEDICAL DEPARTMENT\ .

l stretch, in 28 flat \I 23 2-5 seconds. (New state record.:i wards. Both teams exhibited classy 11

L- i c Lowenstein, of Duval broke the only 1 j 440 yard dash Vickery, Gainesville brands of baseball, and Brcken, play- of the University of Georgia =, i

record of the afternoon in ,the field i I I ; Bnrcrell, Ft. Lauderdale; Hall, ing in the field for Florida, played

i events, when he thre wfhT3iscus 104i Ocala; McRoberts, Hillsboro. Time,, spectacularly. I
feet, against former. record of 103 53 4-5 seconds. (Ne wstate record.) The second game, which was played ALL RESIDENTS OF THE STATE FREE OF TUITI .
T-2 feet, made by Lewis of Duval. I'| Discus throw-Lowenstein, Duval; Tuesday, was in itself _an exhibition

;The 880-yard dash was taken by Gillis ie, Lakeland; Reed, Duval;; that would get praise from any baseball Laboratories apparatus. Ct'.
i fully equipped with latest
r Hazeltine of Miami in the splendid i i Shirley, Bradentown. Distance 104 coach who hd the opportunity to I' '

time of 2 min., 11.2 seconds, just two feet. (New state record.) nee: the game. The battle waged fast ical years taught in new and complete hospital.

,- fifths under the record. Vickery pf i 220 yard low hurdles Monroe,,, 'and furious throughout the nine I 4

Gainesville finished a strong second Hillsbroo; Nolle Duval; Jones, Dual frames, with the Mississippi aggrega- All'the medical and surgical charities of Augusta A1,

while Decker and Folsom of Duval' ; Burwell, Ft. Lauderdale. Time,. tion having a slight edge on the 'Gatori Richmond County under control of the Medical Department
cam ein third and fourth respectively. 28 seconds. (New state record.) sluggers. Florida seemed to be over '.
However. they were disqualified thru 880 yard dash-Hazeltine, Miami; confident and her defeat was most thereby assuring a wealth of clinicr.1 material.

being paced, and Sarra, of Gainesville Vickery, Gainesville; Sarra Gainesville I probably due to this characteristic.
and Romberger, of Orlando, the I' ; Homborger, Orlando. Time 2 Mississippi led off with some heavy Entrance Requirements: Two years of college work

next two men were placed instead. minutes, 11 2-5 seconds. .hitting on the part of the outfielders, prescribed). t *"* -1
Edgar Jones of Duval made the 1'I i| High jump-McDowall. Gainesville; ,which the Florida fielders seemed to '- ;

greatest smash .pf the afternoon whn Pprter. Orlando; Lewis, Duval; Fol- be extremely unlucky in trying to FOR FURTHER INFORMATION-{ lie ran the 120-yrd high bundles iq 17 som, Duval. Height, 5 feet, 5 inches. 'capture. This is the 'Gators first defeat --

flat, which is a-5 of a. second under Broad jump' Davis, Miami; Marshall and it should spur them on to ADDRESS THE 1' ':.j,;
the former mark. Jones ran this race Ft. Lauderdale and Baker, Ft. greater ,victories and Jess overconfi- -

.\ Vrith the form of a rabbit as he leaped Lauderdale. tied for second and third;; }dence.} Medical Department of the ,:
the hurdles. At the endof the course, Brnmley, Gainesville. Distance, 19 t First game score:

his alley was the one in which there feet, 8 3-4 inches. / R H E University of Georgia .
1 was no hurdles down. Hazeltine of Relay. race (class A) won by Du- J Missituppi College ____.0 7 2, :
:Miami played avoc with the former val. '- I University' of Florida _-...2 8 2

state mile record, when he came across Relay race (class B) won by Talla. Batteries:, Edwards and Lyons; AUGUSTA, GEORGL'i'

the goal line with a time of 55 1-2 hassee. Boswell and Ward. -;

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