The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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 21, 1922
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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"i DOWN TODAY.Florida! I I All-I a tor.'\ GOV. HARDEE EYES :, : :1.



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+ 9:30 a. m.-Bankers convene +
TROUNCING YALE + at 20th Century Cluad; < *
3 TO 2'
++ dress Bankers.by Governor Hardee .*ito TAKES PLACE 4:30: ;

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at1:30 p. m.-Luncheon:: for distinguished +
Record Hung up 'by Rich. + guests in com- 60V.
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gfa crew of Diamond Artists ;+ mons. 4
fc>Lost Only Two Games Out of 4 2:3()-p. m.-Formation of University 4 1
e.fc FAST TRACK TEAM !* R.' O. T. C. Batta- + I -
+ lion. + HAROLD KLOCK \WON Today Marks the Beginning

powerful Florida baseball,club IN BIG{ A. ILl! MEET + 3:00: p. m.-Review of Batta- 4 I Unit of New
afternoon + lion by Governor Hard:?e +
wd last Sunday fromoweeks I ing-Chaj-les H. Ketchum
road trip after bat- + and Staff on Fleming field. + TOURNAMENT -I Master of Masons, '
I teams located in fiven J'diff. rent Fifteen Men Working for Place nn -Presentation of Battalion to +
us. The boys were '!tired but Team That Will Go to Tuscaloosa, ]+ Gov. Hardee by Cadet Maj. + l TITLEDefeated 1
4 D. Today, G-cvernor/a Day,
E. Williams. +
if and proud of the fact that Ala., on April 29. t
+ 3:20 m.-Military exercises 4* marked by a sequence of '
had brought honor and glory
id Florida by returning as vie- Fifteen.hardworking.. sons-o'-guns I'+ and exhibitions. 4 Lynn Crawford in Finals events, both in Gainesville
\)in seven out of nine frames out the thirty-five or forty men who j I '+ 4:30: p. m.-Laying of corner- + 7-5, 6.0, 6.0; Klock and Williams I University, where the
A started training at the beginning of) 4 stone by Masons.: Address 4 Are the Doubles Champions. the new admin:stration
track season have survived, Of these, + by Gov. Harden. Retreat <. I be laid. Governor Hardee 6)y"
trip was begun on, April 4, .
'Gators six are to be selected to represent + and reception by Governor. 5- Harold Klock was hailed champion staff, members fo the
t twenty strong ineludt I
'tG{ ; coach, boarded the X/& J. Florida at the A. A. U. meet at Tuscaloosa i Governor to 8 p. m.and-Reception Staff in lob4 to4 : tennis player of the University of F. and A. M. of Florida and

i< for DeF niak Springs where Ala., on April 29. I by of White Houss:! Hotel. + Florida l last Tuesday afternoon when !land' Banker's Association will
F met the strong aggregation from Captain Sollee believes that the 8 to 10 p. m.-Banker's ban4 he defeated Lynn\ Crawford in the take part in the :
Mr_ College for the first two team has a good chance of making: a + quet, followed by dance at + singles by the scores of 7.5, 6-0, 6-0, tainments, sport, t
IM.: In each case the Florida I showing. Some -of the records made White House. + and Klock and Williams were victorious demonstrations that take I
Were victors by overwhelming in the last week are reassuring to + 4-4 4'4'4'4'4'4'4'.J..J..J..J..J..J. over Crawford and Pomeroy in Governor Hardee and his j
\ those who have worked for the suc- the doubles by the close tally of 4-6, i I proceed to the University !.
ey-nest journeyed to Columbus, cess of the team. Case is making the + + + + + + + I 6-4, 6-3, in the first open tennis | 1:30 this afternoon for a
rhere, they crossed bats with "220"* in 22 4-5 seconds, Hare is hit I + NEWS BRIEFS + tournament this sear. given in their hcnor and in
'efloated Benning aggregation. ting the "440" in 52 3-5 seconds, Cox' 4* Laying of cornerstone of new 4 In the first match of the series be- the visiting banters! and
$:e.of all the good{! intentions and has knocked down th half-mile: to 2 v building will take place this + tween Klock and Crawford: the latter I members. As the Panty
"8" of the,soldiers for victory they I minutes, 7 seconds. Buckley is doing + afternoon at 4:30 p. m. + started well, but slowed down con the campus a salute of
.**d two hotly fought contests to the mile in 4 minutes, '40 seconds j jSollee + Governor Hardee will review the + t siderably toward the end, making i it 'guns will be CreJ by the .
'Gators.U" I "himself is sailing across the 4 cadet battalion. + an easy win for Kl ck. Crawford'( members of the State
Miss., was the next stop, 100 yard stretch in very little more + State Bankers' Association convention + was continually sliding over the clay c:elation have requested 'that
betr the spectators were shown I than the coveted 10 seconds. + convened here this + in his attempts to return the smash- tnid something the
leJ.I' ball playing. The first Trainingmonotonous training, + morning. Will be the guests of + ing delivery of Klock. j t University and :"ls
,meat to Florida, but the 'Gators I' training, training-is the only pathto + the University. + In the doubles, Pomeroy and Crawford 'during the luncheon hour a
the first defeat when they i supremacy on the track. Men,with :1' + 'Gator acquabats lost to Rol.Ilock + took the first set alto,' ''a hard j j! IS-minute talks on the
the second contest to the !,capacity loose out if they neglect this ,(4 lins. + i iI i I battle, but Klock and. Williams came 'be given by Dr. A. A.
4 ppi i crew. Over-confidence i j little detail. It is with special pleasure j 4 the winner in the cam 4 I bank with a rallying spirit that gave i Anderson, A. aT.4 S., Dean (
:Probably responsible for this I that the track trainers commendthe pus tennis tournament. Doubles + j them the next two: sets. Their opponents I'I the Law College; Dean

persistency of the men now + championship won by II : put up :as pretty a defensive the Teachers' College; Dean :
rf!, Miss., was the next scene I,j I Engineering College Dean
" working. I + Klock and Williams. + scrap as has been seen on the cam- ;
:on, when the 'Gator nine met Those from whom the team is to +_ S. A. E. and Sigma Nu won in + !pus courts in some time. Fight was the Agricultural College,
,*rated stickmen from the Uni- be selected include Cox, King, Case t + inter-fraternity basebafl + I j I' spelled all over the faces of the con., Hartman and John C. I
jn>f Mississippi in & two game Newton, Rambo, Buckley, Crown, + games; will meet in finals on + !I' Testants: thruout the entire exhibition State Board of Control.
,- These games turned out the Hare, Todd, Bivens, Hudson, Con- + Monday + i it being almost a man to man Immediately after the
way as those I i
played at Clinton nell. Pomeroy, a consistent worker + Fast> track team will be sent to + i battle. The winner's comeback in large and interesting
'winning one and losing the and Dickey, a good man trying for, + represent Florida in A. A. U. + I{I taking the last two sets after their R. O. T. C, will begin on

Kduaar his first year, may also be considered. + meet in Tuscaloosa, Ala., on 4* opponents had secured the first was a Field with a review of the ,. t
Of the 'Gators road
metered Captain AtkisSon will accompanythe I + April 29. + notable feature of the tournament.The by the Governor and staff,
at Macon, Ga., where
yet the powerful bull-dog aga team which will ,leave Wednesdayor + Florida won and lost in annual + preliminaries' of the open tournament by demonstrations of
from Old Eli, and whipped Thursday. I + triangle debate. + were run off beginning last I tent-pitching, squad drill,
In .a twelve inning affair. No Two weeks later, May 12 and' 13. + Baseball team took measure of + Thursday afternoon and continuing practice, company drill,
J* the boys felt proud of their the team will go to Baton Rouge, La., r + Yale in fast 'twelve-inning, + every afternoon thruout the week- 3' arms, infantry platoGn
_menta when they reached to participate in the S. I. A. A. meet. \ + game. Team won seven of + end, terminating in the semi-finals on listhenics and other events
e last Sunday. They should I The men will be selected on the j + nine games played on two + Monday. Practically every contestwas I'' tary nature. These will all
tolated and praised for strength tf their work at the A. + weeks' road trip. + bubbling over with excitementand under the supervision cf the
,'!Ctorles that go toward putting U. meet. A.I' + Rifle team won match from + interest and the few spectators officers. Members of the .
;cersity of Florida: where she 4 Ohio State University.. t + that were on hand in each instance. :I staff will appear in uniform
. fly belongs, at th! top of the We can well sing in a cheerful ; + Electric meter men's course was 4 I I were treated to some rare exhibitions the review.
5! the leading universities. tone: "Oh, ws rode old Eli on the I -b held in Engineering College + In the singles beginning 5n Thurs- i The students and visitors
h 7'much praise cannot be given rail." He looks well in tar and feathers .- + last week. 4* J I I day, Mascn was victor' over Hensley I convene at 4:30, to the
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f, 50c PER YEAR medal offered by the
APRIL 21, 1922 command *
i .. CORDIALLY INVITED.. s VOL. NO. 4 cadets required a rare steadmeaa*

The Alumni Supplement is prepared and published by the Alumni nerve and alertness of mina .
1 If has-
anyone medal he
captured in
1 .' t 'L Killed a pig. Association of the University The Alligator staff and the Univer. year. s !::01n 3a

t, Shot his wife sity authorities assume no responsibility for anything publ she din the The junior oratorical medal u
; Got married, fell to his lot. At all time
Borrowed a stamp, Alumni Supplement. his college career, Little Jack)do t
: a Made a speech, an active part in the literary 1
1 tot!
: Joined the army THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA work*and was one of the speak
Robbed a bank, winning the annual inter-society
/. Bought a Ford, PAT JOHNSON, Pres. HARRY W. THOMPSON, V. Pres. B. R. COLSON, Secty. bate one year. Intense rivalry reed :s
Sold a dog, < Fla. on these occasions and
Fla. Gainesville the
Pensacola i
Kissimmee Fla.
; Lost his wallet, ners received the highest plan
: Gone fishing, I their fellows could possibly .
SAND giye ,, I
Broken his neck, for every form of education from the McWILLIAMS\ WILL OPPOSE WHO'S WHO pression to. -
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... .. Bought a house, rural school to the college and uni- SEARS IN FOURTHDISTRICT. "From a buck private in the ite
I -Committed suicide, versity. Men of vision, men who are WILLIAM KENNETH JACKSON, rank, Lithe Jack rose through ft:
: i Shot a cat, not ''penny wise and pound foolish," JR., '04. cally all the grades to that p
of ;
:, :j Been away, men who are big and broad and good St. Augustine, Fla., March 27. "Phew!" Fresh fish!" With these of the battallion in his senior&*;
I' Come back home and forwardIoakinroutstanding! characteristic words the subject of
State Senator W. A. McWilliams today i I He took no active part in athfe
: I Moved his office, Floridians-should be encouraged to announced his candidacy for Con- this sketch was greeted more than but nevertheless was made bus!*
E Taken a vacation, try for a seat in the law-making body: |gress from the Fourth Florida Dis once that evening in September, I manager of the football team e:
Been in a fight of Florida. I trict. He will oppose Congressman: 1900, as he and his brother, under :year and was president of the te:
Got licked, E. J. Sears, who, it is understood, the kindly guidance of their home!club. On the two or three occasfc
Has no oil stock, NEW COURSE OF STUDY TO BE will be a candidate for re-election. ,town friend and preceptor, Prof. I when amateur theatricals were '
:, Got rich, WORKED OUT FOR STATE This is the first anonunced opposition John Young, made their way along the students, he had parts vis
I t Made a bad bet, HIGH SCHOOLS. to any of Florida's delegation in the streets of Lake City leading out I he carried off with credit. 1
; I It's news- Congress. :to the "college." And while he did I'i Before the end of the session
I SEND IT TO THE EDITOR. Resolutions Adopted Yesterday Ap- Senator McWilliams\ announeement ;,not relish the cognomen nor what it I 1904, he, with the aid of S. Bote
: : I Reprinted from the Columbia Alumni pointing Committee-Will Be was made after the perfection here' implicated, nevertheless he did not Thompson of Lake City, secured:: 1 A
I 1 News, October 21, 1921. Presented to Legislature. I today of an organization to be known :feel greatly unlike a very small and I reinstatement of the Alpha One]
I as the "MacWilliams\ for Congress young minnow suddenly cast into the !chapter of the Alpha Tau Omega fe i
JIll i THE SUPPORT OF THE UNI Resolution authorizing a commit-I Club." I IY. strangeness' of.. a new and vastly !!'ternity at the University.On .

III! VERSITY. tee to work out a new t .'! was not made known whether I larger mill pond. I the 15th day of June 1904,
study for the high schools of the ,Mr. MacWilliams contemplated*resig- The events of the afternon had: graduated easily the first honor m: ,
University graduates and all former state were adopted yesterday at the ,ning as State senator. He was elect- not been conducive to the growth of I with the degree of B. S. In recc j
students are not expected to engage close of the third annual conference 'ed president oft: the upper body at the '!personal confidence atall. Particularly I,nition of his scholastic standing fc \
1 t 1 in political maneuvers that will of the high school principals of the I last session of the legislature. His ]i was this true after "Big Sheep" :. Board of Trustess offered him a ftI
involve the University in politics. It state held in the auditorium of the present term will expire in 1924, buta II Fleming (a senior) got on the trainat i{I lowship for the year '04-05 which\
I 't, is not thought possible that the University teachers' college of the University new president, to be selected from Archer and, suspecting the pres- i i ac-epted. During that year v k -
I I would become so involved by I of Florida. i the "hold over" ranks will be named ence of "fresh fish" among the num- .'doing some advanced work he fifci
any activities of the former students The entire.theme of the conferencethis by the senate when it convenes for I ber of boys on the coach, began talking i i i the pest of instructor in Latin c
looking toward the selection of only year was sounded by W. S. Caw-1.its 1923 session. j i to friends: in tones carefully :'mathematics. When the state UfI
such men as their representatives in thon. state inspector! in an address i( modulated so that the youngsters lature convened in April 1905,te r.
the legislature who are dedicated i to ,delivered Thursday morning in which !! AN APPRECIATED UNIVERSITY. I would be sure to hear, about the hor- I.I elected recording clerk of the bo*
i the cause of education of the rising ,he outlined a proposed new course of I i rors of hazing as practiced at the ;After 'he adjournment of tho le.
young manhood and womanhood ot''study for Florida high schools. The I West Virginia University is to get ,:F. A. C., whence they were going. Mature, he accepted a clerkship
Florida.: I'resolutions adopted stated that the I,the full appropriation asked forat j:Thou, Oh, reader, canst understandand I the Jaw office of Kay, Doggctt
f Florida's institutions of higher !committee should work along the the recent session of the legislature. sympathize, for thou too hast Smith of Jacksonville until Septe
i learning, the University and the lines suggested by Mr. Cawtnon. i The appropriation is \(> double that j i been tb re. Picture this stripling, ber, when'he entered the Law Del
Woman's College, are performing a (Gainesville Sun, April 8, 1922.) j I ever granted before and totals $2.- barely I i : fourteen years of age. As was ; ment of the University of Virgai
I 1 distinct service! to the commonwealth Besides W. S. Cawthon, 'O. who'791.947.36 for the two years. This his, was not your mind a chaos ,of (j His scholastic standing that y
in the training 'of men and wome- was the moving spirit, the following (includes $1C3,000 for agricultural ex- fear, trepidation, uncertainty homesickness (brought him election to the Eli
for the various walks of life. These Florida_ men were in attendance: ;i iJl. tens'on; $400000 for new chemistry I I j ,dominated by the deeper Society. That summer he went wilI
schools are helping to make Florida ; L. Gouging, '14, New Smyrna, building; $240,000 for experiment station -I fires of hope, ambition and the feeling I j Kay Doggett & Smith again R
c well and favorably known as an enterprising Florida. }. ; $30,000 for deficiency in experi- I I that the folks at home expected- ,maining with them through tile
I F. W. Buchholz, 05. Gainesville. ment department $42,000 for packing to "
forward-looking common j ; 'you "carry on. ter and following summer, "a
wealth.It I I Sexton Johnson F. S. '13, Orlando ;I plant and $10,000 for the y-I. Those intensely vividly first im- I\i and ab, tting" his sadly depleted te
is unfortunate that we nave toI Florida.R. I mann farm. pressions,. character-constructing influences {account. '07-08 he took the seae.
deal with ,a few people whose visionis M. Sealey, '11, Tallahassee, Fla. tho they were, in the pas- year at Virginia-was law Iib*-
so limited that they cannot see be- C. D. Johnson, '21, Clermont, Fla. ELECTIONS\O, PHI KAPPA PHI sage of the more than twenty years and, too, chieved the coveted Pj
yond the immediate present and who P. C. O'Haver, '13, Palatka, Fla. Ii ARE ANNOUNCED. 'have become but the vignetted borderof f: Beta: Kappa. j
the large dividendson F. A. Hathaway, '02, Jacksonville,
I cannot appreciate a treasured memory picture. Who During the summer of 1908 toed <9,
the relatively small appropriations Florida. Twenty. Men I Are Selected For Membership does not recall with a thrill that first ; offices in Jacksonville for
granted these state institutions oi in Honorary Society step On the campus, how in the shades practice I of his profession. Sh errl
higher Learning. JUDGE D. M. BUIE CANDIDATEFOR From Senior Class. !of night th'! old college hall gradually thereafter he formed a partner*1
The University has nearly 1,000 STATES ATTORNEY.This looms up to assume forthwith in your with J. B. R. Nixon (a Virginia eMt"ate.
men on its roster today. These are The Phi Kappi Phi Honorary So- !life a brooding, protecting guidance. j i .) Hardly had they opened t1
almost equally apportioned among issue carries the announcement i I ciety has chosen the lucky men who J A storehouse wherein is an unlimited business before Jackscn had a ct
I the defartments offering courses in of the candidacy of Judge D. M.I.I..are its members in the Senior class i choice of futures. !'' munication from the ch=.f cr
arts and sciences, agriculture, engineering Buie, of this city, for the office of Ii of 1922. |i "Little Jack" had completed, at the of the Isthmian Canal Command 1
_ L teacher training and law. .states attorney for the 8th Judicial Twenty men have been elected, as' head of his class, all that the public Panama Railrod Company to Sj t
Of course, the agricultural college circuit of Florida. iI i iI follows: school of Inverness had to offer be- effect tht he hd been
has Federal funds partly for Its sup- I Judge Buie graduated from the i'I Lee Hampton Ball, A. B. fore entering the Florida Agricultural i I mended and if he was
_ { port, but nearly all these Federal Law School of the University ot I Albert Reed Caro, Law. College as a freshman. During that sideration of an we7ill'
I funds are devoted to the support of Florida, ten years ago and since that i Robert Foster Chatham, B.- S. A. I year he had opposition for first placein legal department en) the
E agricultural research in triO experi- time has ben engg;d m the active I John Hardin Carter, Jr., Law. ?" t the class but in the end won out report in Washington at oMf t
ment station, agricultural extension practice of law here. For three suc- Arthur Crago, B. S. I by a narrow margin and was awardea I conference. After advising hunk
i and farm: and home demonstrationwork cessive years he was municipal Judge I Lemuel Curtis Crofton Law. the scholarship at that time offered with friends he made the
in the various counties. UnderFed for Gainesville, which office he held William Lanson Gleason, Law. I by the Bord of Trustess. Also he I I choice of going to Washing5
1 -, ral statutes these funds cannotbe virtue of his appointment by the city I Ray Laforest. Hamon, B. S. Ed. I:took ,Dr. Waugh's Latin medal that ferring with Mr. Rogers, "
devoted to teaching.. The total council of Gainesville, withdrawing i' James Velma Keen Law. ,year. For the three remaining years ,Taft and others an:3 accept F
amount of the en'ira Federal appro, his name as a candidate for a fourth Carl Temple Link. B. S. A. I'i he was continually the undisputed I Ii ::, appointment as assistant attt f-
priation allowed for teaching Is $25-. term, when it became known to him \ William Harry McBride, B. S. A. i leader! of his clash in a schoasticI Isthmin Cnal Commission. thrill
1-2 that Hon. Robt. W. Davis sought the .I Eldridge Franklin McLane A. B. I I
000 a year- about" 12 percent; I way and though scholarships were no quired the immedite disposal o!3
of what is required to maintain adequatply -office. He was prosecuting attorney Ed. longer offered by the Board, becauseof interests in Jacksonville and the%
the University upon a of efficiency. i time, during which he was active in George Walton Milam A. B > I in the mailing division of the In the field be "m de goo Upon the old Florida men must deFend the prosecution of cases. before the Russell Paul Redman, B. S. E. E. I Experiment Station office, remuneration -I(advancement was gratifyingly
the future of ."Florida. The y county judge. Arthur Noyle Sollee, B. S. C. E. for which more than covered r!'AssIstant Prosecuting Attorney t|
should select men to represent then l h t His announcement at this time, Royall Perkins Terry, Law. |the expense for board and all fees. [Zone 1919: Prosecuting Atorneyij C
{ in the Legislature who are committee t makes the race for the office a three Joel Reaves Wells Jr., A. B. Ed. In those days of compulsory military sal Zone 1910; District Attorn
to a broad educational policy, nol t cornered affair.Gain.eaviUe DeWitt Everett WiU ms. B. S. Ed. I tactics; for all students, every sal Zone 1914. In connection [
i x only for the State University bu1 t; ( Sun, April 9, 1922.) i j I Walter Scott Yates, B. S. A. E. day, that taking of a Manual of Arms I (Continued on Page )i


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5 WHO-AND WHY since! the death of I :
Judge Wolf abouta found Vebber "guilty of murder as } LETTERS OF INTEREST FROM:: the affair running to twelve

It... month ago. charged," but the judge ordeed a ALUMNI.: innings t
"" ,hued from page two) 12-E. B. Donnell! has resigned his new trial as it did not specify the 1 The University of Florida coppedthe i

r duties b 1912 he was position as circuit judge and is en- degree. F'orida' game in tha twelfth frame, when ;
Tampa, March 20, 1922.
.fj or of Elections.tiriety gaged in the practice pf law in West Ford L. Thompson is in Pensaccla, Mr. Barney R. Colson Secretary, with two men out and a man on
* of hi sd ties on the Palm Beach. He recently missed being i I third Aldrich of Yale ail- _
, : Florida.:: !A'umni Association! of U. of 'F., Captain ,

: Vas: a very valuable experi- elected mayor by but a few votes. '18-W: P. Jernigan: is now located Gainesville, Florida. American halfback p1a .ng ZLI snort,
(sy nothing of the wonderful Neal S. Stoiter, port captain for at x threw the ball wildly over first base,
Jagueyal chief Dear
Camaguey, as Mr. Colson-
ijtJ it afforded him to meet Lykes Bros. Steamship Company at chemist I allowing the winning run to come |In.
for the Eastern Cuba :
:.t gad influential men from: all j Galveston, Texas;was in Tampa and Corporation. When the closes It gives mEt a great deal
a of the country and globe. } Gainesville, March 24th and 25th season attaeh hereto -my check for $1.50in the part of ths Eli nine throughout
renewing in
I : a month two be will toMonticeU
OyIedge, fce gained of Latin old :acqua tan es. "Bo" was or retuin payment of dues and Alligator for the entire contest made it easier for
D laws, r.-oples, languages, t just returning tt Galveston ? current year. :the Florida boys to win their game.
-titatiqs;! has been or incstim- unexpected trip to Mexican from Central an 19-Chas. :McCoy Johnsop of 1.Ii-j| Yen fellows should be very proud j I Yale thought she had the game '
ami 0 '
.'ue to him and has made his I American and Cuban was on the jury that found cf that little paper you issa? as it won in the ighth, and to all appear- t

a-ind ability conernmg them ports: necessitated -!, Chas. Vebber guilty. He says, "never contains a great deal of information !ances did, but Desibour, of Yale, fail :

,t for by prominent and discern- I i of the by the sickness of the captain again." He is in the real estate I that is of interest to every alumni.It ed to touch third base and was count- I
i ships.
;i Within the.past month he business at Miami. not only keeps us informed of the ed cut at the hte. Oed, a pinch :

:taned from mission to Bo- 13Robt. S. Blanton, superin- '20-Horace Gordon, Jr., is prac- j'doings on the campus at the present hitter, hit safely and Desibour, who

t Columbia in the interests ofj&a .1 tendent of public instruction ia Pinel- ticing law with his father in Tampa. 'tims but enables us to know wnat our !i was n second scored asily, but .. l

< Fruit Company. A very las county, spoke on "Plans for Re- Edward H. Hurlebaus has resigned eld friends of these good school days : the umpire caught him as he skipped :

;rfag:! offer from the chief j ducing Expenses" at the school his position with tie Gulf FertilizerCo. are doing. When I was attending the i the third sack, and he was out, Bos- ;.

i rd majority stockholder of coun-\\; workers conference in Gainesville and is now horticulturist for St. University if any one had told me 'well to Roach. : :;

rISe corporation would Tuesday, April llth. George Fechtig of Sutherland. (They ,that some dac we would have ra thousand I Hickey for Yale und Boswell for

I ji'ts services were appreciated. Walter G. Elliott is connected with say that Huilebaus is soon to be mar- '' boys in attendance I would have Florida were the opposing mounds .

I-.\. not been many months ago the Hunter Electric Company of ried). l !i!told him he was dreaming; just watch nyn and both pitched: air-tight bait ;

k t visited the interior of Nica- Tampa. Jack W.. Watson is now: associatedwith old Florida in football the next three Hickey didn't allow the 'Gators a ;:

L cn a similar mission for a Chas. Wm. Henderson (Bob) is a A. J. Rose in the practice of or- four years. safety until in the eighth session -

[development company. | lieutenant in the medical: departmentof I law. Best wishes to all you men and while Boswell was invincible in the

!ins after the completion of the the navy. *21-James A. Franklin, ,who has keep up the work. pinches. Boswe'l is to be congratu-

lii Canal, realizing that the posig I i p C. O'Haver is teaching science been practicing Jaw with Knight and Yours sincerely! :: t 11-atei for his splendid' twirling in

F of advancement then in the Palatka (SD) J. CLARKE holding tr; Yale aggregation to only =;
were I High ochoiol. Adair of Jacksonville has made a EVANS. ;
hits for the from old
seven crew
nolly nil, he gave up his work C. M. Phipps of ampa dissolved splendid record. He is endowed witha .<
Eli is far-famed for its hard hitting
L ani'resumed th.3 practice of partnership with Herbert Phillipsand jatural: legal mind, so they say. I
11 Lake City, Fla., March 28, 1922.B. batters. .
Jacksonville, devoting a -por-j is now practicing law by himself. Carl P. Heuck, B. S. A., has recently 0 _
R.: lolson, It was a long: contest but mten-
lot Us time under a retainer ofidsonville :14-Principal F'W.. Buchholz of purchased a very fine citrus i Secretary Alumni Ass* sflSr interesting because of the close- 1 I

. Traction Company. Gainesville spoke before the school property of 14 acres on Star Lake on it University of Florida. r.!ss of the score. Florida was the I
was captain in the chemicals workers conference at Gainesville the Scenic in Palk
Highway county.
Gainesville, Fla. first to score, tallying in the fifth on
rvic of the U. S. Army April 12th, on 'Gmparativa Meritsof There are ten acres in grove and Dear Sir: I errors by Lamer .and O'Hear.n and a
been chairman of '
as the Jack- the Long and: Short Session." four acres in lake front. He will I am sending this as a news item sacrifice fly by Ward. Yale evened
i jye chapter of the American Red j
Curtis Crom Jr. live the J!' in her half of the sixth
George was mar- on property. for "Alumni Notes" in the "Florida th3 count
{:,1919 to the time.
present I ried to :Miss Allene Rose on Tuesday, Edward B. Quinan is practicing 'AUigator" as I think it will interest : en singles by Warren and Engram, ... 1

i t 1916... he was married to Miss April 4th, at Ossining, New York. taw with the firm of Benson & Shipp, a number of the old F. A. C. stu- together with errors by Ward and 0:
3 Mitchell of Milwaukee '
auv They spout a portion
and!Handsome to them have been given moon in Gainesville. Curtis is a ra- Clyde Vining is associated with !1 My wife Mamie Davis 1 Ives, died I eighth on eTenTi Mtting and it remained
chil h .
:din the diadem of life. dix engineer with the I. R. Nelson E. L. Stapp in the practice of law in February 21st. She was the only : this wad: a Itil I'te twelfth .

Company of Newark, N. J. Miami. The firm is known as Stapp graduate of the old F- A. (J. In '99. whn the -'Gat,*'= .merged victorious

J.r.h ter:firm present he is practicing un.h I P. R. Perry's law partner, Senator & Vining. I II i was a graduate of the F. A. C. in with the winning: .'un. Blake, shortstop -

name of Gasklns & McWilliams, will oppose W. J. Sears, FORMER STUDENTS !!I'97, and she was a sister of Chas. for Florida ,-::is spiked on the
r 912-B bee Building, Jack- 'E.: Tavis of Madison oftl' leg by Dann and had to retire from
?, Fla I 35, for Congress. See another+ col- F. S. 10-Douglas McMichaeF was
school the and be carried to the hospital -
umn. married: to Miss Pippin of Tampa ? same_ in 92. While a no- :. game ,'
tice of her would being n'f.ved by Maaannah
death normally be-
ALUMNI J. B. Sutton is now located on the sometime ago. Ho is in the real
of ball.
j long en the notes of the Woman'sCollege :who played a nifty article _
estate business! in Tampa. .
'. sixth floor of the Citizens: Bank Bldg. Last the Yale ..crew'won the
she had so many friends year ;
::Congressman !!I in Tampa.:: W. C. Brooker is emI 13-Kelley Jones has stopped I
fl.i "Joe Sears will over the kate from her colleg/j daysat game by the close margin or one i
i xsefn the nesS primary by I I played bj| Mr. Suttcn to help lib" traveling. for McCormick & Co., and the FT:- A. C., I feel sure some run, but the 'Gato'3 got full revenge ;
',Senator take of his constantly: growing is in the real estate business in Tam- '. cleanly
care: winning
W. A. McWillianjs.fw ; ,would! be interested. [last Saturday by as

feW liams ii a law part- I Taw practice. 0 pa. I Yours fraternally, \ I played and as ha'-fought a contest

f P. R. Perry, '14.supt. T. Joe Swanson was elected mayorof Louis T. Neiland is the county j W. M. IVES M. D. :as anyone could wish to witness. Tha

F. A. Perry about a year ago and the agent of Flagler county. His office box score follows:
Hathaway: of Du- ---
fnct ...spoke on ''"Substitute, Cer- editor has just found QUt about it is in Bunnell. I I I FLORIDA AB R H PO A E

s Law"* bef('.e the sditl work- (Mighty slow). Also Joe is the proud '16-Clarence Holtsinger is with { Box *4, Ortega, Fla., Dec. 9, 1921. '''Bange, 2b ........__.._5 0 ,0 2 4 1

si Asrl 11th. The discussion father of a daughte Fara Isabelle, R. M. Prince & Co., of Tampa in then Mr. B. R. Colson, |Blake, ss ..............__2 0 0 2 0 0

fby Sexton ; born January 10, 1922. I insurance business and is makinggcod. t Gainesville, Florida. IMahannah I s* ......_:.....30 1431* {

!PaI of the Johnson, F. S. 13, R. R. Taylor, of Miami, is a candidate I Dear Sir: !R&ach, lb ..___u--.5 0 0 11 0 0

Orlando schools. the office of state's attorney '17-Donald T. Babcock is associated I I have been intending to send youa Basale, cf ___...........501300Hartman i

pow Hathaway, superintendent for Circuit with his father in the practicecf check for the Alligator, which I rf ...__5 00100 !
Judicial ,
:3'ie! eleventh
instruct'-n! in Hernando for the law. Ihave been, receiving ;very month, fora Duncan. If ..... .. .._-2 2 0 2. 0 0 j
T spoke) on ."Embarrassing Con- comprising JDade and Monroe coun- time but will have to give I 3b 1 0
John Murrell and Tobe Clark .are Bracken, ......_-.-.4 0 1 2 I
s That May Follow Employf t the old alibi that I have Just been Ward _______ .4 12831Koswell.
ties.Guy in the practice of law in ----
f.f Non-Certified Teachers" at I H. Wilson, who has been partners selected at- putting it off. Better late thanne p ______4 0 0 1 1 1 I
They were as
aaesville meeting, April 12th.I j' farming at Tallahassee, visited r, though, I suppose. - .
Joseph Gainesville friends on the 16th and torneys by Congressman Frank t I' Never have I seen a better Alligator 5 36 12 5
A. McKinnon is a *' Totals ._.._.__39 3 I
' father-in-law
* *t DeFunak: Florae 17th. He is to start traveling for Clark (Mr. Murrell's ), : than has ben put out this year
Springs, i
Harvester Company who is :administrator of the Brickell deserve lot
is still single. the International. and I think the boys a YALE ABRHPOAE

Arthur Clyde Evans is a May 1st. i Estate, said to be worth $5,000,000. of credit. The alumni section in it Larn, 2b -w.-----4 0 2 3 2 2 i

the United States Army Alonzo Wilder is in South Amer- Chas. D. Patrick is in the cigar was a great idea, I think, for it not Keller, 2b ____0 0 0 0 S) 0 i -
, at the state ma-I ica. Where and :why, unkpown to the business in Tampa._ < only gives news about fellow alumni I Warren, If .-_-3 1 1 3 0 0

'. where he is Armory instructor, of the I editor:; I '19-Francis T. Dodd is attendingthe but also helps each one to keep in Eddy, If ______2 0 0 0 0 0 < 'i

Guard of New York. He '15-Sam P. Ham has sold his in- United States Military Academy'touch with the activities of the,Uni' I Engram, 5S _.---- 1 1 2 1 0

Lucy terest in the College Inn to J. B. at West Point. versity. Mallory, 1b _____6 0 '0 3 .4 -2 )

1921.. Hall Milton in No- Gracy and has accepted a < position '20-Clement L. Theed is with theMiami I V sry best wishes" for success, from II!A1drich, ss ___2 0 1 1 0 1

Metropolis.F. loyal "Gator. 0 0 3 0 < 0
with the State Plant Board. a Desibour d __4
public as. M. Fisher, superintend Walter R. Petteway is judge >of the S. '21-Jack Goldsby has recov- L. B. PRATT. Wight rf. __-3 0 0 0 0 0

instruction in Dade in Tampa. ered from .an attack. of appendicitiswhich -t'GATOR- r Redd, rf ____-2 0 1 0 0 0
Juvenile .
I in
attendance at the1Vorkers '17-C. E. Chillingworth of West confined him to the hospitalfor : NINE ENDS TRIPTROUNCING Hawke, rf __0 0 0 0 0 0 .

conference held in who is now county judge quite a while, and is now a s YALE 3 TO 2 I O'tason, .1b _---- O. 13 2 1 !

e, April 10th to 12th, in- Palm Beach, has been endorsed wholesale salesman for Baker Brothers Dann, c ____4 0 1 8 2 0 :
Mr. Fisher of Palm Beach county, I 0 4 0 ;
will 0
give 0
us an
J the of Miami. : J Hickey, p _---- ..
I i the bar for judge of i (Continued from page ) ...
en the. taxation for by Me-x ._ 1 0 0 0 0 0-
question Stuart C. Hall of the Miami for xMurphrey __ _
will Richbourg
'ert issue. I fifteenth Judicial Circuit. He .I to- the Coach, Lane C.
I tropolis recently purchased a home in earnest, enthusiastic, and -
>> elected.J his hearty,
be '
undoubtclly I IBiltmoe
r fcclpal R. 42 :2 7 36 lp 6
M. Sealey of Tal- Totals _
Miami suburb.Randall I' C03C'1i1 th. ----
is in charge of a a t untiring e/forts n !:
R. Copper eleventh. :
addressed: the school work- xBatted for Lamer in
Homestead for Payne H. Hughes is managing a 'Gator stickmen on to victory. He ; 1
.Jerenee, April 12th, on "Rela- branch office in in Miami. I I I should be held in high esteem by Score by innings:
deny and McElya.F. grocery ..__000 010 010.0013
of Study at: School and for- '22-Horace Lcomis is with the I Ii I each member of the student body and. FLORIDA ,
e." L. Householder, who was YALE __-.000 001 010 000-2 ;
Sutton's office in Tam- Miami Metropolis. He started work I II the University. R. dd, .
hits ?
111-s.:) W. Bryant of Lakeland11oonced merly in. John i 1 Summary: Two base .1
law in Plant I April 3rd.Join I on
his candidacy: for the pa, is now practicing \ Eli Bows to Gators. Bassley; stolen bse. ,
with Wm. Castler. Boswell 3, off Hickey 4;
e from Polk county. City students at the The Yale bulldogs fell a victim to bars, off
'L Buie is candidate for Walter W. Payne was associated your fellow theFlorida Gator's crack nine at the left cn bass, Yale 10, Florida 5; 0 I
A state's attorney in the prose- :Methodist Baraca Class on Sunday I, by Hickey 7, by Bcswell
Attorney in the Eighth Judic with the Central City Baseball Park at Ma- I struck out,
''suit.W. cution of Chas. Vebber, accused of mornings. \con, Ga., last Saturday by the count 5. Time of game, 2:40; umpire 0f

Can: is the junior: r/art- the murder of JackvTigertail Miami. The Semi-jury Patronize 'Gator advertisers. of S to 2, in fast and hardfoughtgame Higgins.
Indian near
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Pete Harris ...._...._. .."...... -. ; ''.. .... ..--Editor-in-Chief \t ,
j ill Glover Miller\ ... .. _... Managing: EditorAssistant UNIVERSITY MEN :
t t I Robert Wray ........,..--._--.._.. ...- Managing Editor ,
Richard Sias -_ ....,.-." Sporting Editor '
. : Hubert Weeks j: \ Assistant Sport Editor Demand value and,style
: i I Robert Piece _-____-.:._..... _. ..Society Editor J. G. Holland and E. Fleming

'\ Harold Klock ,....:.....-:__..___... ...: .$ .::.-ExchangesPersonals Took Unanimous Decision Over Society Brand Clothes

'I K. K. Hansen, Ozzy Bie ._.--.-....r_-----...."_, Tennessee; Walker and Wells Lost "
"" f to South Carolina. Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts;; Knox Halts ': '
% t' t.f . '
Ed Woodberry, William Parmenter, B each Hazard.. D. Wheeler, Fred featured lines in the Giddeons Store.
14 theUniversities
On Friday night, April _
: ; Mansour Frank Elmore Roef Buc L. L. Newton St.
kley, Thompson, of, Florida, South Caro-
1 : John, Frederick Langworthy. 1 Mail orders a special fy. _. ;
lina and Tennessee struggled for supremacy t
: I ..
Ii BUSINESS DEPARTMENT in three debatin' contests,

Aleck White ........ ._...Business Manager and came out of the fray fa a neven .1
; Horace Wilson Assistant Business ManageV deadlock. The result was a ,tripletie. I ,

; Entered as second-class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at i .. i
Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of Ma rch 3d, 1879. The question read: as follows: i iI i
-.J _' I "Resolved, that American coastwise HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO. !
Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year.
I shipping should be exempt from ,.
i i Panama Canal, Tolls." TAMPA, FLORIDA I

: '''''f(:'''" BANNER YEAR FOR FLORIDA It is a strange coincidence, if not a ;t'E. I II'
: significant facts that every team defending ; ..
the negative won its contest, _, fN II
has been eventful for the .
i 1921-22 certainly an season Baby .
two of them by unanimous votes. _.J ,
: University of the South. ',More decided steps have been made and Florida's team defeated Tennessee at \ I
1III taken to put the School in a class "as good as the best and better Columbia, South Carolina beat Flor- ,
ida Knoxville, and Tennessee got a i ... ... .'
l '''than the rest" this term,,than ever* before. This afternoon one 1 ,
( unanimous vote over South Carolinaat r
more step will be taken a d'n\one sense of the word the best yet Gainesville.The '. '
; 1 1t{ .
to keep up the good work for' the institution. young orators attached this

; I dVhen- school opened last September there was a record breaking difficult technical question like statesmen :.'; '" ...
: ,' and the audience was treated, ...w
enrollment. Something over a thousand have signed up as to a very fine display of keen logic

:Gator this term and most of them are still here. Coaches Kline and masterful defense. The question '.tfft-u, ..... (. "j.'<
w. .,.
and Van Fleet broke loose with seemed in the balance to the end, but -
a powerful gridiron aggregationand :
fj :,
I each judge evidently thought Tennessee ,
fairly tore up the earth. So much so that an enviable record a shade better, for all five decis- i, .

l' was made and games scheduled for next year'that will put Floridain ions were for the negative. The meet- .' -

a better class of football than she has been, in yet. Then bas- ing was handled in, a masterful way !,; t..,.

e I ketball;; called forth a team that; any school would be proud of. by Dean Trusler. -!,\' :,;: (

t When' the trees blossomed out for Spring aid it turned warm a Florida's team, 'which won the Take ; :
unanimous decision'over Tennessee, From The Air
world of material turned out. for the National game from which ,
was composed of J. G. Holland and
Coach: Richbourg wiped the best nine into shape that has ever rep- E. E. Fleming. The team which debated -
i resented NOT only music, but news, speeches, mes-
Florida on a diamond. More advancement has been made South Carolina ct Knoxvillewas '

I this season in track at the University than ever before, for now composed of J. B. Walker and J. sages of every sort; are today' being' ,picked'
It.' we.have some real track loving men to coach the boys. The fac- R. Wells. out of the air. ,;

ulty has been enlarged and materially benefited by a few members.
Besides the various frat. "How has this about?" ask.
I New courses have been introduced and many facilities added to teams a come we
new baseball nine has invited the
I the pursuance of all courses. The High School Track meet held
world to defeat at its hands.
I accept The new impetus given to radio developmentmay
by the University was better this and
year more representative Company B. of the R. O. T. C. now
11\1\ than ever before. The U. of P.debating team won the first unani- sports a team, which, to the best be definitely associated with the develop-

mous decision this year that has ever been won in the history of of our knowledge, has never sufferedthe ment of the high power vacuum tube, for that

< the Triangular Debate between Tennessee South Carolina and humiliation of losing a game to made broadcasting possible. And the power .

Florida. All these things go to make up a wonderfully successful anyone\ barring,NONE! tube originated from a piece of purely theoretical :,

., year for the University and' >is applauded. by the many admirers of Although the Gator water rata research,which had no connection with radio.
the school.I .
) djdn't get the Rollins cheese, they.
This afternoon the cornerstone for the new Administration didn't let the tars eat enough of It When a scientist in the Research Laboratories

i Building will be laid, which is by far the most important step taken to make them sick.UNIVERSITY of the General Electric Company found that ::

this year in the advancement of the University in as much as OR VIRGINIA electric current could be made to pass throughthe I

it marks the beginning of a series of steps to be taken for facilitating Summer YQuarter highest possible vacuum and could be varied

t the operation of the University plant. It has taken along First term-June 19-July 29. according to fixed laws, he established the prin-

: time to get the ball to rolling/;: but now all things are ready, so Second term-July 31-Sept 2. ciple of the power tube and laid the foundationfor t
The Summer Quarterns integral l
watch us grow! an the "tron" of devices.
group '
part of the University year, the
courses being the same in characterand :
SOME SPIRIT! credit value as in the other quar- These devices magnify the tiny telephone 1-1 I

ters of the year. currents produced by the voice and supply i

The question has been asked hundreds of times as to why I and Degrees women are for summer conferred work.'upon men them to the antenna, which broadcasts the l

Florida boys go out of' the State to school. There are many answers -( The Master's 'Degree may be obtained messages. At the receiving end, smaller :t I

but one of them is more outstanding and absolutely heart in three Summer Quarters. "trons", in turn, magnify the otherwise im !

breaking to those who want the;best for the State in which they { It offers opportunities unexcelled ;In perceptible messages coming to them from the "
I ; live. This answer is: /"oIi'e. man can do a world of harm by the South and makes a strong appealto receiving antenna.
teachers seeking broader schoKrship I
I 1 spreading false propaganda and especially if he takes advantage and training, and wider social- -"

!. of his position to spread his narrow-minded BULL." What can a I contacts, and to college students, de- Great accomplishments are not picked out
State institution'or any other institution do if the J siring to complete degree I
citizens of t require of the air. Generally, as in this case, they grow
same State pull against it and use untrue argument to keep the ments. from one man's insatiable desire to find out
best out of ''them? Why nothing, of course, but to see to it that| Attendance last quarter, 2429 from the "how" of things. '
{twenty-nine states
and foreign coun-
when a man makes a detrimental ,statement, he is right and has i tries. ,, ',
: *
some grounds for so doing. The big hurt comes in the fact that it The most beautiful and unique campus Scientific research discovers'the.: facts. Practical

a seemingly big man in a position where he can do dirt is very in America. applications follow in good time.
narrow minded and insists on spreading narrow-minded propagan-1 I I Accommodations' reasonable

da,'most of which ,is untrue and all of which is the result of non-I rates. Tuition for non-Virginia students -

comparison with other institutions. The ones who hurt institutions -I $15 per term.Entertainments, musical. festival,

by the above procedure are most likely those. who slip around I i excursions. General8Electric.GeDera101Bce

; 1t the corner and do the things they condemn. Whether they are j For illustrated folder and full l an- schaaectad7.N.Y.

the ones or not, a State surely don't need a man in it who is not I j nouncement write, to Company t
for the best for his State. CHARLES G. MAPHIS, Dean" ,
1 University, Virginia. .

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The U. of F. Rifle Tea mshot true ....

to form last week in their match ri

I! SPORTS with of 1821-1780.Ohio State Each, winning man on by'the a score team OWN A RANCH IN COLORADOA .1.

made a notable record as is shown I. :F
IiI by the following individual scores:' d a HOME\ and make your FORTUNE by J

I O. R. Davis_________________jyg A SECURING A CHOICE FARM PART OF A LARGER
t 'VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE W. S. Middleton....________igj "
T. ,L. Vansickel___________184 A OFFERED FOR SALE BY :

!L,1fle _...__Mar. 22 _Fla_. 6 Mercer University _I._ D. G. Graves -_? ..__. .._._........1S3 :.
10 .000 B. Pipkin ,_____"__ THE BIJOU RANCH
. Qpe; __Mar. 2aSiFla;:; 7 Mercer University 5 .500 C. R. -- -----. 182 COMPANY j
__ .....Mar. 24 _Fla- 3 Philadelphia Nationals 182 .
>fi i ''er'g Park ,......Mar. 29,....Fla- 6 Rollins College ..______.12 5 .333.500 D.H. M.I. Disbennett Salley ______... _---_r___182 : OF DENVER,.COLORADO :

f fi Wt Park -...Mar. 30 _Fla.-15 Rollins College ___ 0 .600 V. M. Bradshaw _-182___173 : SUITE 417-418 TEMPLE COURT BUILDING
JeLand -lIar. 31 Fla-10Apr. Stetson University 5 .666 L. T. Pendarvis .
kl2fld-- --- 1 _.Fla.... 6 Stetson University ........ 1 .'114gJaniak 175 !
Spgs. -Apr. 5 _Fla..ll Palmer College _........._.,./0 .750 Total ----, _-13J! WRITE FOR LITERATURE -j ,.: :
BJuniak Spgs. ._Apr. 5 ...Fla.__ 9 Palmer College! _____ 1 .789 -------- ..

Ga. __:Apr. 7 _.Fier.. 9 Camp Benning: ___ 3 .800 Patronie 'Gator advertisers.
c.t rebus mbas, *, Ga. ..-Ap 8 ...F 5 Camp Benning ____ 4 .812 ;......................... : '

baton,Miss. --Apr 10 _-Fljjaton 2 Mississippi College ___ 0 .850
,Miss. -.Apr. 10 __Fla-! Mississippi College_ 4 .770 ,
kford, jliss. ____Apr. 12 _Fla.._ 6 University of Mississippi 4 1814-
)ford, Miss.; -Apr..13 ...Fla.__ 2 University of Miss., 4. .733 .
fin, Ga. __.Apr. 15X__Fla_ 3 Yale ---.--_ ._ 2 .750 I '
;.i !vile ----Apr. 22 __Fla__ Rollins College! :
;imemlle _-May I 5 Fla._. Stetson University ___ :
x e __May 6._FlaStetson University ___ ; WHATWOULD 'j

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11 4 f v..f vr iTj I'I|I to it that their strongholds are well' \ : ;
F. + fortified and their pantries lun' ..,x : '
iM ',
I I .
M: SPORT NOTES ;energy. ; HAPPEN : I

. + I I ;
t.T T + + + + + i Mrs. Swanson "Sir, when you eat .. ,
feel the peculiar !here, need dust off the ,,'-' '
Rollins is again to you not plate. .. '.
.r.. : ;: 'f
tiring qualities of our.baseball nine i Hawkshaw Beg pardon, mam,. .J }
,merely force of habit. I'm official -' "
field tomorrow in a ; .'. .-'t '
Fleming '
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lackey, ye know. I II ., .
t. iI''' J '
:jaelle-header. The committee on -," : 1 "
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sudunent of-colleges-wno-are-de= i McHenry Jones, new world golf I 1 t: ,-. ",, ...
'!ted-in battl.by-us has decided champion, Is trying to perfect an arrangement '" '" : I II ."'''\ !

iit only feathers will be necessary by which golf balls may ':.' <
:a the ceremony tomorrow after the be secretly controlled by wireless. i !
;sue, as the visiting; team has mostsasiderately .Then perhaps he will be champion of : :
furnished the' required the universe. : /: : .z= .
;mount of tar. (They play golf on Marsordinaryand .ll

-; African.) > .
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t.- ;
Nett.week Sir Captain Sollee will I <-:,:.,..: .: :{ > -
:aa ont his following of track knights ,' Captains Atkisson and Ryder deserve .) ,. ,'a .,. lit'z, .
< ,
;0 lay seige to. the honors at the A. I much praise for the'manner in I
t U. meet. :May the beseiged, look I j jI which they have given so much of I l'- :.
their time to the furthering of the :- 1 .

- .. trick should, program.'realize its The indebtedness whole school ta The'Florida: Alligator is supported J" C

I CLE\NED\ AND REPAIRED t j I II :' Phqtograpns. but different. Made Y almosfentirely by its Advertising. ;a; ,

I All Work Guaranteed J I'nay or night, rain or rhine, with my ./ '
I Satisfactory t new light.' VansiekeTs Studio, South .."'. : '

I, PHONEBSa ... t I Side; Square.ALTON : : Advertisers are, in to'' RE j, :
--- -- .. : :: : get : !a

... ... -. .... PACKARD. ENTERTAINS \ .,.... .' ".." ,
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t ,JOHN B. SUTTON: i i | IN LYCEUM-NUMBER. .c SULTS. :,.; _- < '-' _-- .. I t- .i! ,
I Sketching with wonderful rapidity, : I __- '.;.o' :"";":,.:'- -" _, .__-, --- ... i. ,
AttorneytLaw .
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& talking and joking incessantly : -
1 Citizens Bank Bldg.
I t tr filling in with a song hers and there,
TAMPA, FLORIDA Alton Packard, well-known cartoonistfor When make purchase\t /
I "',--- -- -mare. Life and big New York papers, you a ll 1 1 ;;
|rendered what is thought by many to I

: be year the Wednesday best Lyceum night number at the of High the them you saw their ad .in the Alligator. .

LYR1CTHEATREI School auditorium. '
First showing the origin of the S -.
modern caricature of Uncle Sam, he : u. -
[ rapidly cartooned the various members -
of the great family of the U.
S. A., from the "culkd genmen" of '
MOnday_' the South to the Eskimo in the far BOOST THE ALLIGATOR BY 3

north of Alaska. .
He portrayed our good neighbor, the :
Tuesday- Georgia cracker, followed with a BOOSTING ITS ADVERTISERS:
touching portrait of his own boy,
Milton Sills In
i words /
supplemented with
which he
I and music of his own compo" -ij: .
Wednesday- t And after playing on tha New/York, '
dudse, the all-American flapper and
Marion Davis in I finally the Almighty figure on the ,

BURIED TREASURERS well-known dollar, he finished with a If's Your
Thursday_ I real appeal to American appeal in Paprr
Constance Talmadge inMAMA'S behalf of humanity-not dollars.
\ i! The house went wild with cheering
from the start and kept it up thru ,
Friday to the end. After the adieu, young I ,
Elsie Furgerson and Wal ambitious artists sprang to the platform : .
lace Reid in shook the artists hand and beg- : S j
sketches, which he
FOREVERj ged him for his

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II LAYING CORNERSTONE Tent, Pitching, Wall scaling, ckse "
1 i TAKES PLACE 4:30 TODAY; prder and extended order: drill and I

I ,GOV.. REVIEWS BATTALION l several ceremonies.Governor .
I -- I and military staff will review -
tween the Engineering and Agricultural Cadet Battalion at which time Sunday Is
!I I buildings where the cornerI the military exercises will start. EASTERMany
I I '\ne of the new building is to_ be Battalion will be the Governor's _

I laid. Chas. G. Ketcheni grand master guard of honor ej t the ceremony cf
i in both plain and Sport models.
h ;: I cf the grand lodge F. and A. M. laying the cornerstone of) the new I i new Gabardines have been received
"t. of Florida will presid over the cere- administration building. Ssveral patterns from which to choose be sure to see these Suits, and '

t: i monies. This building a painting: of Reception will be held after the retreat r make it a point to note how finely they are tailored and finished by hand.

r 1 which is in Language Hall, will be ceremony p.t the site of the new _We: feel safe in saying that',the materials are better, than you would'expect

1 I i the prettiest and most elaborate on building by the Governor to meet the to find at so reasonable a price.
; : the campus occupying a central part students and faculty. .

1 of the campus with respect to the Bankers' Association will be "guestof ,. 25.00 AND 29.50. .

I present building and those which are.. honor with Governor on Friday .
i to be added. During the laying c and will be invited to inspect the ; I -
: the cornerstone which will.be a very I workof the Reserve Officers Train- STRAW HATS--

: impressive ceremcny, the R. O. T. C ing Corps. 1 FIT HEAD J
battalion will be. the Governor'sguard Military Laboratory :and Museum '

; of honor. will -be open to the public for inspec- 1.50T05.OO '
; Following the ceremonies the ev- tion and the work will be shown in a ,. <_ (' s
ening gun will be fired at 5:30 thus graphic manner by charts and material ..
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: I marking the end of the afternoon's that have been prepared by the : ..r --; 7
I events at the In the students. l"I
(! f University. evening -
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; ,I the annual State Banker's ban- I All Reserve Officers are invited to I :

I I .quet will be held in the White Houseat witness the military events and will -. .
8 o'clock. Giles Wilson, vice-pres be provided :with reserved seats op '

ident of the Florida National Bank of application to military department.All I HILL BUILDINGare

J Jacksonville will act as toastmaster. persons wishing to witness activities -

i Anthony: Regero, of the University will be admitted to Fleming > ,

'I I will render a solo music 'will fcp: Field at 13:0 p. m. I. (

given by the college orchestra, and

:. : ;'I Bill Bivens, president cf the Student Dr. Enwald is teaching the Methodist -I jj -=--. ..-.c .J.7'i:: Ii: rO' >"i => _.c = =.,. _s.o,ct

Body Association, U. of F., will givea Baraca Class. Come and hear t ----. -- --------
humorous recital. Several ----- --
speeches him. making some good scores, altho W. M. Pepper vs. F. F. Storm, Jr. ,
by the bankers and visitors will also SPRING AND SUMMER
many are n,3w at the game. The of- T. S. Taylor vs. J. A. Osborne.J. A
be given. Following the banquet'an.J? REPORT OF CARNIVAL COMMITTEE T. Bize vs. W. S. Rose." STYLES
ficers are McHenry\ Jones, president; \ Made to Measure Suits and
program the dancing will begin in H. S. Riddle vs. O. D. Holland.C. .
Stancil Taylor, vice president; I. W. Trousers; White Ducks and
the dining room of the White House. Y. Byrd vs. J. M. Jones
Phillips, secretary; W. S. Rose, treas- Flannels Room 5 Buckman.
From 7 to 8 o'clock this evening an EXPENDITURES.. urer, and Pat Owens, chairman of There will be three rounds of pre- L R. 1SLALOCK E. P. ELLIS
I i informal reception will b; given in Rain insurance, $55.00 tournament committee.The liminaries, the third of which mus -- ...._4IIII .... .. c .

honor cf; Governor Hardee in the Wrist watch, 25.00. tourney now being staged is be played between April 25 and 27.

White House, to which the people o' Flowers 25.00.Transformer an elimination contest. The matches The finals will take place on Friday, J. W/M'COLLUM:. & CO. -

Gainesville and University men are 10.00. for the first round to be played this I April 28, or Saturday, the 29th. DRUGGISTS .

invited to come and meet the? Governor. Photograph, 1.25. week are as fellows: : THE REXALL STORE
Electrical supplies, 5.62. -
W. B. Owens vs. J. B. Simpson.J. Stranger-"Is this well water. Agents for _
t A club breakfast will be given to Corcnation material,'33.77. J. Hendrick vs. R. J. UIm.r. Bunnie Smith-"Do. s it look sick?:> Liggetts Jlnd Norris Candies ".'
I. To Capt. Irvin, 9.15Gainesvil' .
I the ladies wh are attending the i I/W. Phillip vs. M. F. Bunnell. -Rollins Sandspur. Cairpcville Fis.Furchgott's .
.5 Daily News, 5.40.
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U bankers convention by the women of 'I
Truch hauling, 12.00. -
J the Twentieth: Century Club o'
I Tacks, 2 20. I j >>, o J+ "' .q: L ..-.....
Gainesville! at o'clock Saturday Ribbcn, 1.20. "

morning. Gainesville Daily Sun, 15.09. '
it Saturday !afternoon the visitors Posters: 8.00.1Iisellaneous. Men's
i Store
will be taken to the baseball game 12.83. '

between the U. of F and Rollins Tctal expense. 221.42.

College on Fleming Field. A doubleheader : RECEIPTS.Gate -

will be played and since Rol- receipts, $75.30. 1 1

lins College is said to be strong this Donation from student body 50.00. K .

; j year, some excellent baseball is ext -. Coronation: ball, 132.00. "/
t, peeted. All visiting members who 60 percent (net) booth receipts, ) .

care to play golf will be entertained 111.04. --. The
\ I at the links of the Gainesville Golf Total, 368.34. 1

and! Country Club. Balance, 146.92.R. I iI
.< best place \
The program which will be given M. MASON, Treasurer = y
by the R. O. T C. on this 'afternoon ;
will be one of great int rest. The -
1 battalion has been drilling and working I. ING TOURNAMENT. f ti..+:.1 4/- in Florida ;'

for some time to: complete all details -
The first annual golf tournament ,
F I xf) the exhibition, and some new -
ii and novel events will be given. The of the University of Florida began I ii to _shop!
Wednesday April 19 on the links of
various phases of the program are as'I
the Gainesville Golf Club.
It follows fV.rcr The Golf Club is a new organization 1 I
i Department salute of Seventeen =
at the University about two
: : Guns for Governor will bts firedas weeks old, but much interest is being

required by Army Regulations as I shown,and the sport? is bound to grow. *
Governor arrives officially at TK,? S{ors 9
campus. Accommodating
'I The purpose of the club as stated by
Exhibition on athletic field will the president, is to introduce this I Write us your L wants
wind un with an attack by an Infantry sport hire and to get a team in shape
Platoon supported by machine to represent the University at the when you can't come

r guns. ,1 I State Tournament next year and to
Exhibition to be instructive and hold matches with.the other cIu s. oJ "in' the heart of Jacksonville'WiffiffinHSfiXKSffi -

will include Bayonet fighting, military Thus far the organization is com- .
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: setting up exercises, Shelter 1 posed of about twenty members who .. -- -- -_ --- .. --' .. _. -- ..:: --- 'n- .. : -. : -:.<---

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a Tobaccos, Cold Drinks, Sandwiches, School Supplies, Pennants, Stationery ilt.t Articles, Drug Sundries. Bar- m

ber Shop, Billiards, Pressing Club, Bus Service, Postoffice. I

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chapel exercises 1
interesting talkElias ;< S b
by an
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a native Chaldean. .f' i

though only 21 I
pang had many thrilling a. .r: 4r
has .

,d age'in his talk he told of as ".' .. ..'%.> ".-' ." .-- .",:'.#"" -. ......,- ... ...,
as the time permitted '- ,
tf these i" experiences date from the
his escape from a col- .1
. ijicade which attacked .- .. ,, :t. ...". t 'r : i
:(Chaldea, was I ;- IV'. .. ., '
and found -his brother. .
Juris -; <; '.-" _
; dead in the streets of : :
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ith e, After this he joined --- --- ; .... -.i\ ,';". <.. .. Ai f 3. cr. .-.'.-
army, under whose .", ,._ i'li -r-': .j .
1.I'I1enian .
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he fought until it was de- f :: -it. 9 :. '
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He then went to the Rus- ... -- ,' .
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he fought until he -. -.,
'army, where j. .
the English forces. He .re- :< .. The man whose courage and foresight -" '

antler the English flag until _: '-"f gate founded alternating the Westinghouse current to induttriet-America ,'. ,.' .;J. *1&. I

gem was taken. After this-'he 3 i ..... "",....I'.A: .t;"" .
and came to this coun- : 'iI' Y I
:ie B order to study for missionary. ; f ft
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;t back i iD his home land. .:tlS;... s. .P" \ : : '- _" i
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your razor blades sharpened f

one-third the cost of new ... ._ .
Swearingen, at Ideal Cafe. : George "Westingliouse! ti' j 1

Rre Staff!on. '' '.
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IDEAL HOME FOR STUDENTS ,/ Ii ,,'/ Thirty years ago the alternating current tuned to prevent the use of the "deadly I t*; ', I

system was but an infant, for whose life those Westinghouse Current", as many extremists t ; ;

who believed in it were fighting daily and described it. f : .

pS _most! of the students have : nightly battles; today; this same system is a That the little 50 horsepower generators of .. r 'x tt (
building going-up on '.. 1 } f. giant of almost size t 4} '!::.
a. new inconceivable so capable those days have grown to sizes two thousand < '4-
corner of Leon and Lafayette of defending itself that seeks to attack
one times as large; that stations of a few horse-
*!:, back of the K. A. House and it. For 95% of the electricity that is i .; .
; generated power have been succeeded by stations with N-;-
If have not noticedif h'
Goy ; :
and transmitted today is alternating of hundreds of thousands horse l
they have, they should be inin ( a capacity '.:c '

.. the project. Mr. Perry M. current. power, while at the same time, distribution ; : &-"" :

it:;*, who js building it, says that > t s: ,: The story of the development of alternating voltages have grown from 1,000 to 220,000 -I.oi_ : ..

[stab it to be an ideal home, for. I ,_ ., ',, current is a story of courage and vision and is due largely to the vision and the courage of. :. "' '+
sets where they can study in 4** :: faith of and 'and the i i
; misunderstanding misrepresentation .George Westinghouse. to qualities ..Ii. .. f

ttt have all the privacy they. de- ,. .< ....*,.. JVKUVMK_,_. ; of engineering failures and triumphs; of the engineers whom he called characteristically .. It. .-:, ;: '.'
and'i in addition, possess rooms. of commercial ability and organization. It to help him. By no means the least: ;!

i all house modern is to conveniences.be heated These and ; '''rJ j ..;',. : reads like a classic romance. In its chaptersare of the achievements of this man was his ,...i.. .J >.., ... t

credit and honor for all"who have deservedit ability to organize the greatest aggregation of I
and there will
ftd: by electricity,
tot and cold water in each room. .if' but the central figure, the man whose engineering intelligence ever known men of' ;

iiroom, of which there will beat 4 i ; motives and acts furnished the basis of the analytical ability, consummate mathematicians @it'e: :! .. f

with private and separate .. 4-. -.>'- ...- plot, was George Westinghouse, the founder great inventors; and to promote in ;. j
ping porches, is designed to hold of the Westinghouso Industries. this great group .the most harmonious and : ;
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students. When, in 1886, he brought over from intelligent co-operation. ;

p is hoped that: Mr.. Colson's pro- ;. ', } t Europe the crude Gaulard and Gibbs system, The same energy and courage and purpose! .... -.-... : '

is till be a success, as it undoubt- ,. even he, great as was his foresight, did 'not that forced the acceptance of the air brake, ...' ; l>s... I
will be for the .; 'f a
r plan are pri-
l' for a house which, will bea ,. :: s'. '.:. dream of the coming magnitude of the idea the modern systems for the economic and safe (; ..1'' .<: t'
which he was fostering. The development distribution of natural gas, and later of the J
a home and a place to study, .
important requisites of a stun "*
rooming housa.sbyterian ,. whom he put to work led at first into many nating current, which has grown to be one of : '
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serious; differences with those who favored the world's greatest and moat necesi&rjr : ..
C. E. wants:to eee r < direct current. .Legislatures were even import commodities. ;; :1 +
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i'he' Miami Club-held its; regular -.' _J : Westihouse .. ;\ .-'', .' ..

% meeting Tuesday, April 4th, <\ "_ 1' ."
1 elected officers for the following t

,'. Those elected were: K. W. :Ei

?"tz. president; O., R. Davis, : i .. ) '. 7 \, .
,president; C. O. Bratley: secre- h'4. 'J;
71J. A. Hudson, treasurer; A. B. "! ;- _. .,: -- -. :f ., H>.l '.1 l :'t-ii ; 'l.Jt/ t ,

*. reporter. : :::t. ; ,. ,J,<. ESI NGMoUSE .4. -.. ............ .....,... .... ....... II: ,
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&4*T for the election plans: were form-: '..,>.,.....,.-- ,- .,:,.;.....,.... ...... -'
the consummation,in grand i iloungelizard .
:< of the banquet to be hld'at the .
toe House on the 2nd of May for 'Ih-
installation of the officers. This
Be the second time the Miami

&, has carried out such plans, and r I

present it seems to be a practice or curbstone cootie break on its owners' dancingpartner.But thing on thy hip. And thou answer- school and she hath spent many a

ual to this club. ,' hast undoubtedly in thy maun- mind ye, when she, hath tired if eth*, "No, for I am a virtuous U. of weary hour in Fozhollow Corner )

i Club spirit was quite in ev- thou occasioned upon this deadly thee, that same eye lureth yet another F. student, and drinketh not. And learriing to blow si] ,oko tings (verity

during the meeting, as itU7 dering whose characteristics I am lamb to the slaughter. Yet she she conveyeth to thee mournfullythat is she not an adept)

.! is, as was well demonstrated vamp, reveal to the wondering mul- desireth, tj> retain thy good will; she she hath become an addict at Per this is the I phiitieatod VAMP,
' e effectiveness with which they, about And verily, thou shouldst squeezeth thy hand when thou hand- Hount Molyoke, and continueth with a and she swipeth hearts like tky
f.&etting! 'twice full recital of her multitudinousvices. laundress swipeth socks. And she .
a precedent, gave word on, to the Kindly est her over to thy rescuer, as if
the good belt of fellowship to pass the who good falleth for the dive of this thou art indeed the OnlX Man. And thou thickest, "Truly, she alone of the tribe of Babylon if a
1y I Simp, indeed the world." tone vampire, for when thou art
elected officers. female for thou thyselfart Her actions; nay, h'er enticing is a woman kjf
I r malicious self-respecting, vamp character, causeth thee to take care And when she telleth thee of the broke she giveth thee the air, and

j?MRS. SOLOMON SAYS: i immune; no time on thee. that thou sittest out intermissionswith handsome Count at Monte Carlo, and weddeth an ancient steel magnate

i' would waste is the good Kindly Simp who her only. And when thou set- the dashing Spaniard in Buenos And unless thou a:t filthy with then

i *g the fifth confession of the falleth Fort for such a line. This flapper Uest comfortably beside her, she unconcernedly Aires, thou wonderest at the com- rhino thou shalL continue a* a

hundredth wife, Mrs. Gertrude wicked in sooth it is avery accepeth a cigarette, and pleteness of her education. But, I batch+or. ;J
eye; L.'
hath a .
, D1on. andsparkeleth yet closer and in a bored warn thee, flee! For her "savcir I yo ;
twinkleth snuggleth
[,lad lot I say unto thee-' -thou who wicked eye. inviteth It ee.to, tone asketh thee if thou ,hast any! farie" _was acquired in..boarding Patronizej JGetor....advtstis. + .
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I r FINE PLAN TO SEE EUROPE ........ .................

; I I Fifty students, representing every o
I in the Union, are to be chosen I GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY t J
I compose a group to see Europe ,
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the leadership of*,a representa- 'i
\ of the Y. M. C. A. i Victrolas and Records t
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. ; I The purpose of this group will be i < 1 1i
\ study conditions in Europe, having : _
with various leaders, D. It. Cox Proprietor -: :" :: Telephone 85f t
1 j :j ; groups of students, visiting i
sights, are galleries, the ;
I Play and other matters of in- .o..... ....................
enroute. There will be enough '"
i I that each individual may have _.-.___ ... 411 ...
: I freedom in visiting places not i ,
the formal program. F DROP IN I 14
I England, France, Switzerland, Hol-
! I I; j. J Germany, Poland, Czecho-Slo- I It. '
< Austria and Hungary will be |I OTTO F
in the tour. -
Preparations on the way over will I t. ...',-'.--' TAILOR I
: lude a study of political and ""eco I
. i : conditions in Europe, historical I!I1 Alteration Cleaning! Pressing I
and the present prob-
I such as eparatious, Treaty of l Phone 354 Gainesville, Florida .1 j
i The group will"be brought
contact with people of note in each 4II 4II J
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i The object of this plan is to bring !..: ; :.;... 4. .:,. ? .... :
our American colleges next wear
i group of men who will be leader WHEN YOU EAT i
: i l Christian international thinking, i
only one, or tw oat the most, will at the i t
chosen from any one state q very I
: class group is assured. The Gainesville. Cafeteria'I
I Each man is to bear ai* own ex
: i which will be approximately F YOU GET
from New York. .
The party will leave Iew York on 4, A SQUARE MEAL
27th and leave England en re I at a

j The trip set-up-for September this 1st.trip ia now g I'-" SQUARE DEAL PRICE

F made by leaders in Europe. 'j'... ,", i:' _? ;:> L j --.
applications have already
I in in the South from Virginia, 4II 4II '"-.... -___
Georgia, North C4rol'na f I II
Kentucky. The final appoint Weaver's Steam Laundry
I of these men will be in the I II |
: I I s of the National Student Coun. FOR I

I yu are interested in the .possi .... J
4II "" 4I '"
of your secpring an appoint;
I to this group, consult at once
White, General Secretary of

i'A l "Y." ix4. t1 Popular Goods at Popular Prices at I

(By L. T.P.) I
night my room mate he went 'I
but catching cats fer Biology Lab.
caught an old white un.an' said, ..
he chased a tab. __ WHY BUY A NEW, CLOCK?
said just how fast that tab cat YOUR. OLD ONE CAN BE MADE AS GOOD AS NEW
run, said he couldn't tell,
he said durned if that race wern'tfaster'n Bring it to
I he thot a. cat could run. L. C. SMITH, South Side Square
shut the white un in my closet,' -
though, and went about his way I
he'd keep him there 'till II
: : Lab. the next day. I
somebody left thE@ doer open, for | THE PHIFER STATE BANK |II,
t t tt that night as I lay sleeping

t 1 t I crawl if here an didn't a creepin come. that cata Strong; Safe and Accommodating | t tt

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S&EHHKHBfiHSBy rl.9fl LMMMl Pl rl rlMrf rl rf* rLrl !
come sneaking along scarey and t

{ cat-like he. gave for crouched a spring was an'his leaped head; ... -.. ... ... ... .... ... _ "'4I "'1 F

right in my bed. t JOHNSON'S PHARMACY
I he wern't fierce a bit but start- Drugs, Medicines\ Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods ,.
ed stroking my face with his fur; t We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only I
he be an to meowl and meowl, purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered.
an' he began to pur. I I Gainesville, Florida.. I
if the old pus wern't kind to -
me, an' I thinks,
: I knew how my room mate was
I goin'all that.t' kill 'er an' cut 'er up, an' THE FLORIDA. NATIONAL B \ :A;

I wants to let that cat go," "The New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over S2,30uCOO
I thought I, as/there in bed I laid. -
you had nine lives as they say you .
'ave I wouldn't care, but you haint, -- '
I I I'm fraid. r PARLO"R1 I
I took 'er and says, "Get fer
f I I home, old gus" an' tossed 'er out I t SOUTH SIDE SQUARE I
the dsor; Electric Shoe Repair Department Work Guaranteed f fJ
I crawled back. 'In bed and be- J SHOE SHINE PARLOR *

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I Editor's WHO'S WHO IN SPORTS? ,1'...............................;;-.;;-..........; I

t Note This is the thir :
,'teenth of a series of short I
GOODS j of famous athletes, by Walter S. : H\ i
SPORTING Camp, the, notorious sport writer.) t
.,.... Feottw* This week I shall devote entire Oi
...... Bukeu.ttvAUl'YSERYl article to G. Howie Snootz, the renowned "Coofl Enough" is _

a pitcher, who is now twirling ;I' ;
for the Milwaukee Klub, in the anti- not good enough! ,
;Baird Hardware Co. ,saloon league. .

As one would surmise from the : a* Porter's Fitform Clothes for young > <

He name emigrated, Howie was born in Ireland. men and older men who want to stay j -
to New York with his
parents at a very early age, and the young. In the,tailoring of these suprblystyledgoresentst1'ie ,
- discovery of :his latest genius I # ,
as a e "easyway' _
pitcher !
was made by Al
Awgwan, the iti '
-- coach at Oskcsh college. Al discovered makes way for the better way and .. !
Howie working on a construction job, ,"How fine can they be made?" crowds '!

GALLING CARDSfor carrying and his fellow bricks hod-carriers to the masons., both Howie hav- out the usual manufacturing" question"Ho \ / : I!

jing I : a decided aversion to hard work, e wfast can they be made?" .
simplified the operation in which they .
young men were engaged: a great deal Howie : :
threw the bricks to his partner, who WE EARNESTLY INVITE EVERYMAN i \\l\ :

Gainesville Daily News the caught scaffolding.them and tacked* them on : C;>F TWENTY TO THREE ///j& : I ;

Here wjs find an ecology oetween : TIMES TWENTY TO SEE THEj IJ i + ;

Today's News Today' the lives of Snortz and the famous I: NEW SPRING STYLES WITH TilE : ;: !
1 Greek, Milo (Venus, uncleMilo
his bull calf a mile each day. '
As th ecalf grew, Mile's strength increased +- IS AN ADDITIONAL :

- until finally he was carry- : GUARANTEE OF PITFORM
S_ H OE' S ing a full-grown ox each day. So it ;: UNQUALIFIED' f lOo&MUYMKw t
was with Howie. When the walls of QUALITY. ,
the building were ten feet high* it \ .
H B. was bad encugh, but as they rose, the .
strength of Snortz' right wing increased .
0 Gainesville, 0JT until he was hurling brIck- .' .
. j bats to the top of a three-story build : Everything Men\ and Boys Wear .' .vI

Florida E ing.Al '.
,E..., Agwan discovered him when the t.. :
building was two ,stories and a half .'. i
S H' 0 E' high and pulled him off at three -+ :
*** fe- stories, because he had. too much .. .' -. .
speed for any catcher on earth. They ,+ !
.. had to train up his Companion on the .. ..
- CARDS construction job to complete the bat- y. :
VISITING tery. .. '
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HARROLD KLOCK WON -o... -::: : -
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i : -II by the score of 8-6 4-6, 6-4; Beck over CHI; SIGMA, NU DEFEATED Greenleaf. .i! & Crosby Company

1 : ') Schabinger by score of 6-1, 6-4;
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Crawford over S. J. Simmons, 6.4, TEE! K. A.'siI. foLbA'

6-0; Hackney over Webster, 6.2, 6-0; Florida
tr : Pomeroy over Fussel, 612; Blake s-
; I'' rover,W. G. Kline (default); Williams of Semi-Finals Leaves S. A.

F 1t r over H. M. Smith, 6-3, .6-4;' Eckland I I. E. and Sigma. Nu to Clash.. on Mon- ..1 Medals, Class Rings and Fink} .; Committees

over ,Howard, 3-6, 6-1, 6-2; Duck- day Afternoon.
of loving or trophies suitablefor
t in search cups ,
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6-3 6-1 Robbins
; worth over Simpson ; ---=- IIi
I I over Sebring, 1-6, 6-2, 6-4; Byrd over In the semi-finals of the inter-fra i Golf, Tennis or other athletic. events, will .

t I Sport Shirts ____.,______,___$2.00 I Washburn, 6-3, 6-3; dock over De- ternity baseball series played Men- j find it an easy matter choose from<: selection IIaSf
igal, j(default). day and Tuesday afternoons the S. A. In
i Oxford Shirts :__..........$2.50Eng will
which gladly send
In the doubles: played on the someday : E's wen: from the Theta Chi's by a packages we upon

i .\Broadcloth, white and Pomeroy and Crawford wer score of 14 to 5; the Sigma Nu's defeated -I i approval. \
i I: winners over Webster and Hackney, the K. A.'s to the tune of 11 II ... tl

; brown"....". __....__....._$5.00White 6t61; Beck and Kline over Simp to 5. x l .... ... ...._ ... It:
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The S. A. B's easily outclassed the
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Serge Trousers S g.t'h
$8.50 S S
Smith' Simmons and -
and Byrd
I' over Theta Chi's. Alderman, pitching for S
f Wilson's Union Suits _$1.00 t' (default); Klock and Williams over. the S. A. E.'s, played 'out a stellar ; -

:I I. ;t Mason and Sebringt 6-1, 1-6, 64. game, both on the mound and at the / GIVE your shoes to_ROSE, Room 3, Buckman. and Let us 1

I II Interwoven Silk Sox __..75e.i The last of tho preliminaries were : GIVE an up-to-date job. ',.' 1
; run off during the next, two days, in bat.In.. the opening frame he retiredthe II you I

i \ t Fashion Park, Blue Sportmodel t: which the players all showed a marked first three men without: any apparent I I GAINESVILLE ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR CO.
Ii improvement in their style of 215 West University Avenue
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contest from Mason, 612 Craw-
Mummy Cloth $18.50 ; ,With the exception of,one case, all of -- -- 54
ford took one from Hackney, 7-5, 6-3; the runs tallied against him were i .. "' ::; -;:.!_ ;; ":= : ;,

Seersucker Suits. ......$12.50 Pomeroy over Blake, 6-0, 6-0; Wil- I due to erors by his teammates.
11111 liams over Eckland, (default); Rob-
; took the mound for the
bins from Duckworth, 6-2, 8-6; Klock Theta Chi's but lasted cnly two innings r THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

j- Ii t from Byrd; (default). ; in the third Patterson took: the ,

Then in semi-final doubles, Pome- ship and from then on the S. A. E's ii Basement Language Hall
i !I BEST VALUES-IN TF roy and Crawford were victors over crossed the plate with less frequency.
II Beck and Kline by the scores of 6-3, Score by innings: I New Line of University Jewelry and Stationery, Large

STATE. 6.1, while Klock and Williams emerged S.A.E. -.........--...___...10 2 0 2 {1 Assortment. of Pennants, Freshman Caps, Memory -

victorious over Simpson: and Theta Chi ...___....._......._.. 0 1 3 1, Books, Etc.
Smith' by the scores of 7-5, 6-4. The On Tuesday the Sigma Nu's
\ \ : two contests were keen and exciting, I m THE STUDENT f
umphed over the K. A.'s. Newtcn, EVERYTHING FOR r.
I twirling for the Sigs, showed the K.

; Crawford In semi-final won over singles Beck en 4-6 Monday, 7-5,, A's/a few things that a baseball t -=,= j:.;; .-.;,;. -:. ;;--45! -X: 1j
I da when properly pitched; he :_ ... ..... .
: 6-1; Pomeroy defeated: Williams! 3-6, also,netted a 1.000 _batting average. s. w.--- .rr i..w..o.- ,
G-4, 6.3; and Klock took the decisionover f
Moul was a star for the Sigs with
I'\I'.5: : Robbins by 6-1, 6-2; 'Crawford the stick;also netting two homers in I I' ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH : 1

I won taut:: over Pomeroy, 6-4, 6-3. four times at bat. Cox also took the I
,1 : f This terminated the semi-finals
giving merry-go-arcund for: a foursackride. j East Main Street, North
to the finals. It is said
way by .
The Sigma Nu's showed their
!! \ all thoe! that had a chance to wit- superiority and at times they seemedto 1 j Rev. John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector., Telephone 629

: ness the tournament games, that the simply run wild. : t Jt

I ssandard of tennis on the campus has For the K. A.'s, Farrior was the Sundays! -Holy Mass and Sermon, 10:30 a.' m.; evening
been raised considerably since last t f
: t star, both behind and at the bat, he J services, 7:45 p. m.
F evinced by the showing
; I year' also netting two homers. Murphree, t' .

----- this year. i who went 01} the mound for.Myers\ in i Weekdays;,Holy Mass, 7:00 a. m.I .-.\ *,:?*
-- the second, showed class, but was I
unable to cope with the hitters on the I i .
UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL.The Special Lenten Services Wednesday evenings 7:30 p. m.II
: opposing team. Hid support was not

LOSE TO ROLUNS ( oldest Law School in Chicago) of the best either; these were the II J Subject Matter: "The Means of Sanctification.! Sunday
deciding factors in the loss of the
Fall Term opens Monday, Sept. game by the K. A's. I evenings, 7:30: p. m. Subject Matter: The Church, of Christ
Although the 'Gator Aquabats were to Wednesday,. August 23, 1922. 25.1 The t
score by
soused at Rollins by the- tune of 32- :The Summer Summer Term, Wednesday includes, June Sigma Nu ..__.___5 2':0 0 0 4 0-11K .'I a -- -.. --- --- -- .. ...... ...- .

18, the defeat is not thorough as of Faculty members A. .___...____..._..0 1 012 01- .-.
it seems. In almost every case, the Supreme courts of the.iollow-; .
results were close, races were won ing States: Colorado, South Carolina, Umpires: Dr. Manchester and

"by small margins, and considering the :West' Virginia and Illinois. Jim Wallace. -
important fact that Rollins livss in 1 I Requirements for Admission \ The -
+ + + + + + + + + \
I I for degree Proof of +
the water, while the 'Gators live a Candidates a : .
mile from a mud-puddle, the results Satisfactory completion of three years ''I+ p MEDICAL DEPARTMENT '
are encouraging. of college) study. + Election of officers of the + I
Special Students. Proof of completion + student body will take place +
,Sutherland, of Rollins, making three of four years of high schol or + on either May 5th or May + I' of the University of Georgia
i first places, and Sherman of Flarida, + 12th.
+ 0
its third : I
second slid
; scoring' a {first, + Nominations must be filed +
Auditors. Members the bar who
plate, were the stars for the two Off
either cannot meet the above requirements + with the secretary of the + l'JI'

L stitutions.It } or who do not ask for credit + association at least ons wek + .
is believed that, in spite of the I JI
for studies. + before election. > Clin-
Laboratories fully equipped with latest apparatus. I
,1 handicaps, Florida can make goodin For bulletins and' detailed information 4' Officers to be elected are: +

water sports if sufficient Interest.. address: Secretary of the Law School,. t President, Vice-President,. + ical years. taught in new and complete hospital. 11
is; put into training and performance.: Northwestern. University .Building, 31 + Secretary-Treasurer, 'and + i
EVENTS. West Lake street, Chicago, Ill. + Budget Committee, consisting + All the medical and surgical charities of Augusta and t

t 50 yard dash-Sutherland, Rollins; + of three student members + Richmond County under control of the Medical Department, 11
II- Sherman, Florida;' Strum: Florida. Patronie 'Gator a.d\r i5en. and two faculty mem- + I
wealth clinicd:
+ bers. 4 thereby assuring a of material. 1\\Y
.220 yard swim-Stephens, Rollins;
Schubert, Florida; Brumley, Florida. LANGWORTHY; KEEPS IT UP. + + Entrance Requirements: Two years of college work (as 1
dash-Sutherland, Rollins; + + + + + + + + + +1
100 yard
McDonald Florida; Williamson, Flor-] Frederic H. Langworthy has mad: a prescribed). I

ida. record far above the best ever rr'#,- A KISS.

...... SCO yard relay Won by Rollins. i at the University of Florida, having FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
25 yard dash-Sutherland, Rollins; written six perfect compositions A kiss is a pronoun because it always ,

Stephens, Rollins; Sherman, Florida.1 I graded 10 by Dr. Farr. The last stands for's mething-It is masculine ADDRESS THE -

Fancy diving-Sherman* Florida; !five perfect compositions were turnf! I and feminine gander, therefore J'

Stephens, Rollins; Wulf, Rollins.Do ,in in succession, four for English I, it is common.: It is a conjunction t Medical .Department of the
and one for English II. because: it signifies an act. It is plural '

your sleeping in the afternoon In the last ten years before Lan.worthy -?-' in number because it calls for an< !University of Georgia
matriculated na perfect composition other. It is unusually the morning -
to Sunday school in
Come with hug, at least one Is re'tQ. f
bad been written, and o"lv a 4> AUGUSTA GEORGIA
follow. A kiss may be conjugated, I .
J three before that, each by a di- fY
'. .ferent rudent. but cevr; declined.-Exchange._ ,
{ Patronie 'GaUr advertisers. .
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