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TORS IN TWO'LLINSGAM BUSINESS LIEN I PEARED IN LAST "; ,


S VISITUNIVERSIIYRousing I I LYCEUM NUMBER BUllING LAID BY MASONS ;


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antes of the Season with Meeting Held for-Them Speaker Delivered Address on : IMPRESSIVE CEROMONY

Tars Prove Easy Wins for in the Gym. Last TuesdayLast t "Reaching the Goal" and Deplored -

ibourg's Men by 14.0 and ,Number of Careless -

% Friday evening, the "AllFlor-' College Students DR. BRISTOL TALKED'ON Charles H. Ketchum, GrandMaster \.
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i; .. ida Boosters," or "Jacksonville Pilgrims I! Presided, While-Gov-

Florida: Gators were easily the't ," as they are called, were visitors i Friday night, the 21st, was the oc-I ernor Hardee Made Stirring '
' Rollins Tars in. themes BUSINESS ADMIN. Address. 1
over the 'at the University. casion of the last lyceum number this : y
, played on Fleming Fieldideyan.c I ,, ,
; > ''lieJacksonville yearAJtKmigh the audience
business! men was '
Saturday, by a.14 to 0 'flocked'outside the gym at about 6:45; I rather small, due to the various conflicting IN CHAPEL FRIDAY! Governor's Day on the car'dpus'wasmarked ::
first tilt, and 8 fa 3 ] by a series of evenfs, -
in,the an and until 7:00 o'clock the accompany i activities of the evening, it ceremonies

;Ja\'the second. fl ing band of the party entertained the I Ii was appreciative, and the speaker's -' I and enterprises, everyone of !:

Gatorg played errorless ball*int student-body good musrc. !,message was not lost. I Chapel exercises Wednesday were I|which proved to be successful and was .'

.. .,game and literally swamped In the gym the visitors' were ad- ![ The speaker was Stewart Long who I marked by an interesting lecture by witnessed by a large crowd<< or VISit-

Hartman; was on the mound I dressed by Dr. Farr who delivered, ::delivered an inspirational address on Dr. Bristol on business. In it he ors. From the arrival of tae governor ':

orida during the first-six in- with characteristic f frankness a briet i I"Reaching to the Goal." The message brought out ,many points that would and his staff upon the campus until

striking out fourteen men, amt talk to the effect that the metropolisof I I was hop and courage and persistencyovercoming be of interest to any college man the last wail of violin and clarinet ot

ig; ,only four scattered.hjts, believed I .the state the city of Jacksonville, t all obstacles, and triumphing -I I I who really intended to get out in the I I the evening dances, the day was a /'

however, in the seventh among all others of the state, was the in the end. Mr, Long told several I world. I II full one for all who were present,

.face;who fanned five men and least inclined to extend a helping II instances of this sort. The signal one 'I Speaking of success in business, I I and viewed in the light of the- spirit
was .
and enthusiasm shown
a fitting
i! only one in the three innings hand toward the progress '** tv-. state was perhaps that of the man, married, Dr. Bristol stated, that the easiest I I
.pitched., Bill Ward was on the educational institution. The existing j poor four children, a withered leg, 'way to obtain it was by efficiency i II date on which to usher in Florida'snewe5t

,a g end during the first five in- preference of Duvay men to enter I who worked his way through college To further show the importance 01 'I; enterprise the Administration' .

arid'worked like a major leaguer, northern universities rather than their i and graduated with first honors. 'efficiency ho quoted passages form Building. .

ia. the last four frames, he vpid own state university, which compares j I Mr. Long spoke deploringly of the the words of such men as Emerson | The governor's arrival, marked by a ;

by Work who played excel- I most favorably with any in the country number of ,people in the world who "' He also went on to state that the test j salute of seventeen guns from the R.
t I O. T. C., was followed by the luncheonon
alL Ward's home run in the should be corrected, he said. are content to be onlookers to the lof j business success was the achieve- j
inning with two on bases was I The Deans of the Colleges outlinedto I deeds of the few: who are willing to I meat made. As an example he gave II i the commons. during which manyof
our faculty members spoke to the
ensition of the game which the visitors in a five minute talk I get out and endeavor. This is a con- { the case of John Wanamaker, who has Ii j jj
visitors about the aims of Florida
a the merry-go-round to work- each,' the most important educational :dition especially true in college life, j achieved such a great success along !' .

Hartman was undobtedly the 1 functions of their respective colleges.|and one which is to be greatly deplored J! business lines. Another:' factor that ;j jj University.At 2:30 the battalion standing erg
jf the white his teammates Bivens, president of the :
game
Then Bill t j makes a business man a success, Dr. and solemn like with button,
4 I him with errorless ball. t student body, in a few words extendedto : 1 This, the last of the lyceum course, .Bristol said, vas character. He then'. rifle and'bayonet polished every to brilliancy.'
Jenbaogh, for the Tars, pitched I them a hearty welcome in behalfof fitting close the series.JTJia; to s.* that the greatest' \
I i gave a to tent on y was reviewed by the governor and his
'tionally. good ball, but _he was the student body. 1'message' was fraught with meaning j training given in ?> course, of business :staff. Fleming Field and the grand- 1

('to cope with the mighty Ga- t} Following this program, two representatives t to aU, and everyone who heard it was I education was that which affected'stands crowded with visitors, and I
were
!oggers who had just returned a of the Pilgrims made !!i the gainer of some new grain of truth 'I the faculties of the mind. Dr. Bris- ,. parking for their automobiles
kys before with victory over I brief speeches in which they expressed 1 \ that space t
Ito i add to the general store. tol ended his talk by stating one likewise filled The events
owerful Yale Bulldog nine. Col. \ sentiments of their fellow citizens ,j needs University !',was up.
the of the -
of the greatest
.. [staged by the It. O. T. C. constituting .
ad Roberts caught for the Tars I i ie Dr. McNair, whom all the University j i of Florida today is the need of a l and drill ..
squad ,
bayonetpractice
-. order mentioned. > boys remember so well, stated it was ;t AG. DEBATERS MEET,department for business training.M.MY |[ wall company seating shelter-lent'
the second game the Tars play- his conviction that his associates will I j I !
jnnch better game, making: three do their utmost to aid in carrying on j ; pitching, calistbetenics, and a sham
GA. TEAM TONIGHT attack covered bv the crash of ma-
4 in the sixth on four bunched_ the good work of the University.. He ] ENTRIES FOR chine guns and the rattle of rifle
wd the advantage of two errors applauded the spirit of the U. of F. j j
i h le part of the Gators. Dickson, whom he has come to know and j iI j : tf:;re, brought home to 'every one
men Robert and Foster Chatham DECLAMATION CONTEST '
Wray '
who .
saw them the splendid cork and
Iators'[ big right hander, waster to understand. Dr. McNair was followed -i, i
Will be the Florida
Representatives creditably efforU f these who
I ; men
who ,
of thegW I Stockton, ;
the situation throughout f by Mr. Telfair '
'i While Messrs. will be America's future officers.
' behind! ARE COMING INThe
't and being satisfiedk the city would stand
?? not I I said that ; travail
neces-I Nix and Woodruff Will Take The result of the day's and
.pitching alone, took it upon institution it was vitally
the as
I Floor for Georgia. i jthe verdict if he judges gave tile
!:!f.to. pound out a homer over sary for bar to do so. ] {
I --- |following standjj of the companies:
,, The Gators apparently were The meeting disbanded at the announcement Declamation Contests will beheld {
j the to the i The debating representatives of the I this usual, under the dir D Company first.A .
.'wed with singles for }jn of a banquet ( year as

k..frame, Mahannah knocked one I ors at the White House by the Visit-I I agricultural college of Georgia and r re Jtion of'Dr. Chapman. There have I Company third.B second.C .
first
Florida will meet for the time ) Company
left and center for four 1 Gainesville. been numerous entries made from all
;,in Peabody auditorium tonight at 8I I II Company fourth.At .
.ad Roach lifted once Into the I I I I I o'clock. | four classes, and considerable interest I 4:30 everyone convened'at' the
:courts for the circuit in the Boy, I never saw a merrier merry- I is being shown. ,
., than I [ Mr. Nix and :Mr. Woodruff are representing I I Ii I side of the new administration build
> The featured by, 'outside of a circus '
game was go-'round i I The Freshman-Sophomore contest
< I in the t Georgia on the affirmative 1 I ing. After the singing of "America"I
tacularplays in the fielding last Friday and Saturday !G will take time, in May, the
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saw : Dlace.some
Ring-around- of the question, "Resolved: That it i I I the crowd, the exercises relative,
t. 'Carlton snatched a beau- Florida-Rollins games. i Would Be to the Best Interest of the date not yet set. This is placed so ,[to the laying of the cornerstone were

'pted into the right garden, the-rosie, so t' speak. '\ '(American Farmer For the Government 1 because! most of the members of;!opened by Charles B. Ketcnum, the(

in. the seventh nabbed a !; to Own and Operate the Railroads," these two classes will go home before -I Grand Master F. & A. M. of Florida. h

ball over second, while t The frats are producing some good j while Mr. Wray and Mr. Chatam will t commencement, aid could not i The rites of consecration being carried -

made a ,sensational stopto athletes in all lines of sport. There j endeavor to show that the present thus see the contest if it were staged 1: out, the stone was laid. Afterward

first, that brought the ought to be some keen competition ,system is the most successful.The at that time. { Gov Hardee addresser: the

to.their>';:B*- time feet.occurred when the among the tennis stars also. I debate will be an annual event j The Junior-Senior contest :will be I'I crowd, pointing out that leadershipwas

he sud- of and to assist in the stimulation of interest staged as usual, Monday night of the quality which American men
P ,Jimmie Ryan, was want president
? Who do we beautifuland needed and which the Universities
affair,
in this a very commencement week. All contests I
smoke '1 .
in cloud of get'
ftloped a We'd
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I box: located in his the Athletic Association appropriate Loving Cup has been are to be held in the gymnasium.The I''could give them. After his speech
of matches elected
most for our ,money if we purchased by Agricultural Colleges : the "Star-Spangled Banner" was
.Were set off on being hit bytipped Amis, not to eptries to date are as follows: I
Shorty Gunn or Captain of the two schools This Cup will 1>.--1 sung and the afternoon's exerciseswere
Ward Catts Sale Pedan Them-
balL Bill came Seniors ,
mention Dr. Enwall. of the college winning over. .
j
stance and succeeded in ex- come the property pson; Juniors, Stanley, l Russell, Hos- the
---=:- it for three consecutive years. j The Governors reception and
: g the blaze that threatened The two more games with Stetson I I ii i kins, Etheredge; Sophomores, Lock- !dance given in honor'of: the mem- i

In L a tragedy. As Prof. Beck will end the season with sixteen out |! COMING EVENTS i iI man, Wilson, Miller, Collins; Fresh- bers of the Banker's Association in 3tlhe i

e 1 had a hot box." of twenty games won. An average\of Tonight-Wrestling, boxing and 1'men; Hendricks, Hare, Harris, Brin- evening at the White House I

ugh twirled much better .800. Pretty good for old Florida! I volley ball with Jax "Y" in the Gym.; son. were likewise attended by many peapie.
he did on the preceeding Bill Bivens
-- 29-Finals in Interfraternitytennis : The talk given by; .
f showed April
on
the
,better whole Rollins ably 'Wallace, Ward and Work; (Rollins) I tournament. The A. A. U. meet has been post- was 'appreciated by everyon.e and t
form. Roberts
exhibited I Rodenbaugh, Colado and Roberts. i I May 5-6-Varsity baseball with I poned and disappointed the track elicited the remark fromraany who lr
I
entire
game and Second game: I Stetson on Fleming Field. boys some, because they were all in were there: "Bill's all rlght.- i

r ball. Florida ....... ... 003 102 20x- 8 May 5-Swimming team meets trim-right up t' snuff-but that The close of the dance ended Gov-
5 by innings' is as follows: Rollins _- ___-_"000 003 000- 3 Jacksonville.May shouldn't, worry them, because nowthey'll ernor's Day for this year.,., 'B Bringing
t+ "Y" at
a Jax
--e:-...____003 60214 1 I Batteries: (Florida) Dickson and Rob and I 2&-3.. I. A. A., track meet:at be all the readier for the S. I.1A"A. as it did,most the beginning beautiful,,of building.our-1- neweat -

;.-......._ooo 000 0000'1'Ward; (Bollins( Dodenbaugh' Baton Rqugo, La. -' ,: meet on May 12. and .... .

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r Bedding, Pillow Cases, The following schedule for oar
American student party in Europe! GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY
Sheets, Blankets this summer has just been received:: : i J
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Great Brjtain-July 3-4-London. .t,
Holland-July 5 and 6 Student Victrolas and Records [
t :"I' t .. RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES t tI conference at Nunspect; July 7-The .
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I" !' !j I" MADE TO SPECIAL. ORDER. t Hague Peace Palace and conference

t': with, Dutch students. i D. R. Cox Proprietor t : : Telephone S6 Ii l
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Germany July 8, 9, 10, 11- erlin
;I I! I We Keep Everything rf : for Your RoomGAINESVILLEFLORIDA; 1 1'II -July 12, 13, 14Dresden. A program -: I

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Warsaw-July 20-Cracau.Czechoslovakia
; I' I I'j : -Julr. 22, 23, 24, I :_ DROP IN .
25 and 26-Prague. -

f .f '.... .-.. _' __ __ ___ -- .... Austria-July *28, 29, 30, 31--Vi I ,- 0110 F STOCK. .:
t enna. .
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..............,................1 Hungary-August 1st 2nd, 3rd and t TAILOR .
4th-Budapest. .
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Germany-August 7 and 8-Munich i '
; : Let your next Suit be aPASfflON -- : .-August 9 ,and 10- !I' Alteration Cleaning Pressing

i i gau-Passion Play, conference with I
Phone 354 Gainesville, Florida
: PARK Dr. Mott and Senior Secretaries of t

:. the American Y. M. C. A. in Europe .I. .. ... __ ... .- -.... .._.J
: :. who meet at this time at Oberam-

Hl ; : OR' mergau for theic annual conference. :...\ .. "- .
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t.: I Switzerland-August 12 and 13-
: inWHEN
.. FITFORMSOLE Geneva. |g YOU EAT

t .'" France-August 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 0
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i AGENTS 19-Paris and possibly a trip through at the

':. PHIFER BROS DEPT. STORE I'I'I' devastated Belgium-August area. 20 Brussels The Gainesville Cafeteria

I' Louvaine-August 21 up to date of .
: : Gainesville, Florida sailing-Great Britain. : YOU GET
1 I Con Hoffman writes that they have '
: A SQUARE MEAL .
f arranged for a reception. ; at'. the ;. .

\ .......................... American Embassy probably a session -- : at a'
with Madame Curie and the lead- SQUARE DEAL PRICE
j ers of the French Student body in, ,

j Paris. In Geneva the Interuational I .......- _-*".,.. ",,- 1' 1.
i Labor Bureau and the League of Na- .J s!
Glasses Fitted tions headquarters are to be included.A .
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I ii letter from Ray Legate includes

i i 1 Eyes Tested university this statement students; "The-extend Hungarian a'most : Weaver's Steam LaundryFOR J !

, j jI cordial invitatiop to the American; Hi
I I j jj : students to visit this Country. In HIGH CLASS CLEANING AND PRESSING ,J 3 '
j i in hour's other cases this only be visitof .
j Broken lenses duplicated one may a ""' ''''' ,
time passing interest but to Hungarian ; ,
students it will be a land mark an
C.H. COLES & SONy
epoch making event. It is regardedhere

}j as a national event of great im- Popular Goods at Popular Prices atBURKHIM'S
portance and will have much significance I
!j jt to these people, the extent of I .
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t. I which the American students cannot .
SPORTING GOODS comprehend. We
are hoping to arrange -
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for a government boat to take '" t
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1 Football Baseball
; the party from Vienna to Budapeston
: : I Hardware of all Kinds the Danube. We shall bring delegates .
,. .. from the various ,university WHY BUY A NEW CLOCK?
I t. See Us centers to Budapset." YOUR OLD ONE CAN:'BE MADE AS GOOD AS NEW
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;j r THE THOMAS COMPANY I Bring it to
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BOOK
N J Phone 22 AGENTS SONNET L. C. SMITH, South Side Square .
WEST SIDE OF SQUARE I
(By L. T. P. .
I I digress thinking .
i -, .... .... While nodding, blinking ...
,lOver a forsaken text. g:
!to. a: FIRST NATIONAL BANK Happy is ,
Incorporated 1888 my thought !Ii THE PHIFER STATE BANK
For surely) next }
t Capita, $100,000. Surplus $150,000 t I'll soon) be turning m" Strong, Safe and Accommodating I
I GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA ', My face to the highlands.

.... My soul's aglow KffiififfiH2fi3HB2ISS2i .
e wi asset -- -- ; -
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I want to go
Back to the mountain trails :! ... 1I .
For, to make money experience bas i I ''- :JOHNSON'S PHARMACY

{ GAINESVILLE PLANING AND COFFIN CO. taught Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Gad .

Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Finish, Complete House Bills. There, to tell my tales V J We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions.!! OgSI :
3 To the mountaineersAnd purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality consider8J ;;:
y i Daily Capacity 25,000 Feet. Gainesville, Fla. sell 'em Bibles.CABINET .. J Gainesville. Florida..
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I 'L .. SEE DO BUSINESS WITH

t Vidal Drug Company At a meeting of the Y, M. C. A.
Cabinet Wednesday night the follow- THE FLORIDA NATIONAL. B_.\.\It .1 ;
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i FOR DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES,
!i CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENS ing the men Y.were M. C.nominated A. gabinet.and endorsedby The New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2.5Q,(,,eCHESNUT'S I

I The Cabinet recommends these men 1
to the students as having the inter- ; "

ests of the Y. M. C. A. at heart. r- "' .. .;.... .. ... .. -- ;' t
WE CATER ESPECIALLY TO .THE R. C. Dixon, Ptes. Y. M. C. A. I Y-
K. B. Haityice.Pres. y.rM.'C. A. SHOE. PARLOR E
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1. B treasurer I ,Eleetric Shoe :; ;: J arlmcBt Work Guaranteeajy
F i; '::'' 'AZALEA TEAHOUSE t Boyd f Y. M. C. A.. a Repair 'P ,
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ISINESS COURSE at Brown' Harrard and Loadom.
Prof. Hart is i
a chartered accountant I'

(IILL BE GIVEN IN and has had twelve years experience I it
in railroad and municipal accounting I P t
in some of the
largest
cities *
c this -
SUMMER SCHOOL country. I I
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Two courses will be offered in' accounting -I I i YOUR SUIT TODAY. I

{" one for beginners and '
t Bristol and Dr. Enwal of U.i for those who have one 'I
Professor I had the equiva- Many new Gabardines have been received in both plain and Sport models. -
it and Hart of lent of
: F. a year's work in
- s will be Prominent In- I I1eIi as given in High School bookkeeping Several patterns from which to choose-be sure to see these Snits, and

tractors. College. The elementary or Business make it a point to note how finely they are tailored and finished by hand. ;

f consider the principles of accounting course will, We feel safe in saying that the materials are better than you would expect .; r:

'jfee General Extension Division of and their relation to the modem to find at so reasonable'a price.

of Florida: in methods of ,
bookkeeping.
sSsfrersity a o-opcr- The work AND
iawith the Summer Scho>! has ar- will consist of both lectures and lab 25.00 29.50t !

i ed for an eight weeks' course in oratory practice. The advanced ;

fuadamentals of business training course will take up such topics .as STRAW HATS.;. :

Gainesville from partnerships: .
j be held at June corporations, consolidation "" -
t to August 9. The tegular teach- liquidation, and other important MANY WEAVES-MANY SHAPESND SI ES TO FIT-EVERY HEAD : i

.,; staff of the University has been phases of constructive accounting 1.5Ol5OO 4 1 .
j0ieaeated by:) the addition of Prof.jja&e The course in Transportation will be .
Hart of Rollins College who for advanced students who have had .f_ -'-_.. ,

:"ally wen qualified to give the at least one course in Economics. .
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gses.in Accounting and Transpor- Dr. L..M. Bristol of the Departmentof a -. .

Jjaa. 'Besides his academic train- Sociology and Economics of the s
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University will offer one course in .

Economics and one in Sociology. The

:J.W.BFCOLLUM&CO.\ course in economics will deal with Jt + .HILL BUILDING .
DRUGGISTS the development of our industrial II -

system, the nature and scope of the L
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*, productive
-' process, the different
Agents for I
agents in production, forms of in.
Uggetts( and Norris Candiesg&esrule I dustrial organization and some of the

Fla. t tI problems of business management.

. I The course in Sociology 'will deal dation for business
.4 4 4I'I meet -of Psychology and Philosophywill success. CAMPUS SUPEPHULITIES.
''I, SPRING AND SUMMER -.!I I with the laws and principles of social give a course in General Psychology '! The Short Course> has also been I

,1'STYLES I organization and social progress, which will be of value as a planned with special reference to the youth
| Hide t. Measure Suits and | I with special emphasis on the problems background for an understanding of I needs of the younger men and women i The spotless who sits blithely

': Trousers; White Ducks and f i. of industrial and social effic- the psychological factors in business, j i in business in Florida and vicinity who :on the bleachers and criticises a man E ,
| Flaaacla i Room 5 Buckman. I on the track who has twice the spirit ,
t iency.Dr.. especially advertising end selling.If cannot get away for the full eight
, I L R.BLALOCK E.P. ELLIS I and pep he can ever expect to have.
H. O. Enwall of the Departl weeks of the session. All
a.. there sufficient demand a I summer
'4 4! f is The supercilious young gentlemanwho 1
course will be offered in modern busi- II who can do so are urged to remainfor is continually telling the world :

ness problems supplemented by addresses the full session and complete the how they did it a* the school he usedto
l v B v Hi- W VW W B B B
? of and successful {i work as it will be given in the sum. He '
'tl by men ripe J: go to. ( usually forgets to
The Alachua Restaurant and Lunch Room J
business experience. The courses. mer school. Those who cannot get I mention why he l left.) .
I REDUCED PRICES I given in the summer school in Eng- away for longer than a month will be The omnivorous, one who always ar-

! For Ladies and Gentlemen i lish, Mathematics, History, Civics and { permitted to finish by correspondence. rives late to rueals, and wails loudly -
I Half Block from Atlantic Coast Line, Depot I Spanish will be found of great value { College credit will be granted to all I until everything on the table has been iI

I Phone 507 Gainesville Florida f i for those who would lay a solid foun- who are duly qualified ojj satisfactory passed to him. .
I 1 completion the .work. Each regular I The guy that is continually singing ;\
----- --- for the egiht weeks will the of his school
----- course -: ; praises high and
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iOf.-:: :_ ,i1 _: .J._ __ _'p :: ___ _' __ ._ .._ -. -. h .. ._ _, t't' k. = :._ .' I count for 1 1-2 college credits. As :III forgets he's going to a University.The .
; r I the facilities of the University are I II champion slow-reader who nails i iI
limited only a certain number will be I the magazine you want and looks it

I registered in the classes in accounting j l through seventeen times. while you f

consequently application should I If I I wait on it, and then gives to somebody -

be made as soon as possible. else while you're not looking
f I
Boys I I The argumentative soul who insistson

Ii i i Ii FREE RIDE taking the cppdsite side of any .
ryI ; question mention.
you may
The "Baraca Special leaves the
t The freshman over twenty-one, who
corner of Buckman Hall about 9:30
addresses! his fellow-rats as "My
Sunday mornings. I
"
I WhenIn boy.
The infallible one who is right be- _
+ + + + + 1
+ + + +
he's right. His trouble is
Jacksonville cause one
I .._ +
f +
that the professor' doesn't always"agree
Visit us + NOTICE SENIORS! + / with him. Then, of course, the
+
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Prof is wrong. W. P46.
+ Orders for Caps and Gowns +

+ will be mailed May 1, 1922. No +
Why is your wife go. jealous of your
If-you can't come just write orders, will bereceived after + typist? .,--
+ that date..
Why, you see, my wife used to be
: ,us'your wants. Mail orders + Orders may be handed in any + my typist. '\

time between now and then. I + Emory Wheel
:' filled promptly. + will be in my room at Mrs. Tal- *

lant's old house, back of College + + + .-.1p. .

I + Inn, every. night this week + *
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-- + \ from 7 to 8. The Alligator regrets the error -. *
11ae Store Accommodating .
r E. F. McLANE. which put the Mme fit J. E.. 1
Holland hi place of the name of + <

+! + + . UP +, John Hall. In the recent report .
of the Triangular debate, which *
Jacksonville"l FREE RIDE + Mr. Hall and Erie Fleming
_th 'heart.of The "Baraca
l- Special" leaves the won. *
corner of Buckman Hall about 9:30 ,
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f HARD WORK PUT OVER THE ...............

I. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR CARNIVAL.The '.' .
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f ; EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT work exerted toward putting on ;;
I t Pete Harris _......__...__.._ ..___ ._Editor-in-Chief the University Carnival and makingit F I
t i i Glover Miller ......_.__--__.. .Managing Editor a success is due mostly to the untiring .
I Robert Wray .... ..__.._..._:_____.__._. Assistant Managing Editor efforts and to the time de- UNIVERSITY MEN k
I I Richard Sias .. ._'._..._.:.r.-....._.._ -- ....... .Sporting Editor voted by the Carnival committee.
Hubert Weeks*___..:.:...___-___...M.... -..... Assistant. Sport Editor This committee was composed of .
j i I I',' i j I Robert Pierce ...__ :_;.:,_._.........._....._...._....__::-..__....._Society EditorExchanges eight representative members of the Demand value and style SS '
.. I Harold Klock...___.._.:L,;..:..---..___......_........_.._.......___..___.. sophomore class.., ." .
,; i E. E. Jones, president of the sopho- Society Brand Clothes '\ !
.: 1 more class, was chairman of the com- '!
: : mittete. He acted in the capacityof Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox Hats a t
; i Ed Woodberry, William Parmenter, B each Hazard.. D. Wheeler, Fred. executive and showed his abilityin !
Mansour.Frank: Elmore, Roef Buckley, L. L.Thompson, Newton St. directing the work of tne men, Are featured lines in the Giudeons Store. 1;
John, Frederick. L Langworthy. and also as general manager of the ;r
carnival. Mail l orders a specialty. t
.
I
BUSINESS. DEPARTMENT David Rambo, supervisor of the
Aleck White -.........'._._..M.__..:.__.....;._ ....Business Manager grounds, gave valuable assistance by Hj
I Horace. Wilson. .. Assistant Business. Manager
,.... -----' --------- his knowledge of carpenter'work. o
The imposing gateway and the fence
i Entered as second-class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at work of the carnival may be attributed I
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i Gainesville i ;.Fla.:, under the Act of March 3d, 1879. ( to his craftsmanship.The .

i Rate:-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year.. star electrician, W. B. Bryson, HENRY GIDDENS" CLOTHING. CO. }
proved a valuable asset in arrangingthe
wiring outfit which he obtained TAMPA, FLORIDA
I, OUR ADVERTISERS from the City Electric Company. The .,. ,. .'. .. i;I

The least the student-body can do is to back the men :they have !'selling oncessiors were under tne \ / ii i
charge of John Sharpley.
elected to put put Florida's year book. The Seminole this year bids j
; 'I William Pepper, star reporter ot I
; fair to surpass any of the previous issues in quality. The; Seminole 'the Sun, and a great hound for news, I II
I staff has worked hard to get this book out for the student-body was. general publicity agent. Throughhim .'
and deserves in detail. The businessmen the carnival received wide pab-!
hearty co-operation
every licity. r..................
I of the State have been called upon to advertise with us without -
|'I The free amusements were.well
which all efforts to put out a year book would be in vain. The
managed and attracted +is
I great crow
men who 'have asked these business men to advertise have repre-j jto I the carnival. This was a result I I. The

sented the Seminole in its true light and it behooves every Flor- ;jof the initiative and work of Staurt

Ida man to co-operate in putting out this book and trading with Pomeroy.Do MEDICAL DEPARTMENT ;
our advertisers. They helped us-now let's help them. 1
your sleeping in the afternoon.
of. the University of Georgia
Come to Sunday school in the morning -
All hats off to Governor Hardee. He paid the University some .
mighty fine compliments last Friday in his address at the ALL RESIDENTS OF THE STATE FREE OF TUITION
stone ceremonies. We feel though that he didn't corner-I I :METER MEN'S COURSE ENDS.
Under the auspices of the General
I for we think exactly the same way he expressed himself and thank Extension Division, a six-day course Laboratories fully equipped with latest apparatus. Clinical .

I him heartily for- saying all ofthat. 'I j for meter men was given in theEngi- It years taught in new and complete hospital.
I nering I College last week. Meters

: I 'Very, very.soon now comes the time for burning of the mid were Westinghouse sent for, demonstration General Electric w&rk Company by- I All the medical and surgical charities of Augusta and

i night oil in all colleges. In some cases, this tardy realization oft 1 1I ; Duncan Meter Works, and San- Richmond County under control of the Medical Department,

t I f the necessity to buckle] down and wind up the 1921-22 season good, I I jgamo Meter Company. The course I thereby assuring a wealth, of clinicnl material.
i will be of some value and we hope it will be so for all. After all is f consisted of a lecture from 9 to 10 /

I said and done, one cannot measure the year's work by the mark II'I II a. m., laboratory work from 10 to 12, Entrance Requirements: Two years of college work (as
f another lecture from 2 to 3 ,
on record in the Registrar's office. We can all sit back and honestly p. m. prescribed). : ,
laboratory work the rest of the af- \
ask ourselves if we haver been of any service this year to the institution !ternoon and a third lecture at Dl ht.

or to the fellow student, but can we all sit back and say Giving lectures were Dr. Benton, FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.

YES? Of course, all of us cannot, but it is not too late. Duringthe Professor Wilde, Mr. Litte, Mr. Flet- "
summer the good that can be done by each student of the U.I I cher, from the Alabama Power. Co., ADDRESS THE
Mr. Burger, from.
of F. for the University is amazing. ,,By constantly talking the Westinghouse, Mr.
i up
j Bailey
from the same place, Mr. King Medical Department of the
i school and telling those who are expecting to go off to school from the Sangamo Meter Co., and Mr. .
i what a fine place we have here a lot-of good will be done and some Rosenboro, from the Southern Ut'li-: j University of Georgia

of the opportunities lost can be made up for. ties Co. The course was open to all I II
.t"I .. those who worked on meter I AUGUSTA, GEORGIA


!:,. The second largest political party before of Germany-that of the --. .... --. ... ..... ..... ..... i I, ., > ,. ..,.
independent .socialists-: recently put the Reichstag a reso- I '
!' (. lution asking for government investigation of American prohibition JOHN B. SUTTON j

1' ; with a view to passage of a law permitting the sale of alcohol I \ Attorney-At-Law 1 Greenleaf & Crosby Company

I for technical and medical purposes only, according to a special correspondent -I It j 301 Citizens Bank BIdg. J I
J TAMPA, FLORIDA f f JEWELERSJacksonville
i : of the Chicago Daily News.
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The college town chorus of 560 singers and 60orchestra members "'.,..- $ -

y traveled from Lindsborg, Kansas (home of Bethany College) Medals, Class Rings and Pins. Committed !
to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, for three performances of Handel's LYRICiiEATRE
Messiah in two days. Twelve special cars were required for the in search of loving cups or trophies, suitable

long journey. The new city auditorium of Oklahoma City, seating for Golf, Tennis or other athletic events, will -

} 6,000, was crowded at each performance. This chorus has sung find it an easy matter to choose from selection
the Messiah 140 times in 40 years. In it are grandchildren and
grandparents, to some of whom the Messiah has become a sacred Saturday- packages which we will gladly send upon
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thing, comparable only to the Passion Play of Europe.: I Dorothy Dalton in approval.
IDOL OF
] NORTH
'r I Blonday I 1;. ;'::' -."\!'*- .:"'::-.... _
j Will,the extension of university service and instruction never I Alice Calhoun in i.;

i end? We are all familiar with correspondence study, university I A SPECIAL FEATURE t .

I ti'II, extension, lyceum and chautauqua, Farmer Short Courses, :Busi I Tuesday- j 4 ST. PATRICK'S-CATHOLIC CHURCH

ness Administration, Consular Service, highway engineering, and RECKLESS ZENITH ,

similar odd -courses. But now we find schools of navigation: t Wednesday East Main Street, North
I schools of aviation, Play Schools, Short Courses for Merchants, f I' Constance Binney in I t
Schools of Methods\ for Pastors, courses in jewelry designing, wool FIRST LOVE t \ Rev. John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector. Telephone 62t

'. grading,, stock judging, supervision of children's gardening, retail.1 Thursday- I t. eniJI
Alice Lake in Holy Mass and Sermon, 10:30. m.; eV '
; store management, aesthetic dancing, rural; politics, social engineering .
secretarial ethics, and office practice, as well as wireless I KISSES t serviceS, 1:45 p. m. "

service for farmers and film service for schools! And this list only Friday- !
-1. Mae Murray inFASCINATION I Weekdays-HolyMass' 7:00 a. m.
j
scratches the surface of the thousands of courses offered'. in' j I .

American schools. ,, '. .
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last Saturday morning in the Practice

i Court. L.Room.J. Hendrick. opened the'program. It.......<<... .. .. ... ...........c .

with a most enjoyable .
reading
on
Ingersoll's "Napoleon" which was t : .
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rendered so admirably that he :
was !
.,.
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encored back for
SIGMA POP DANCE Service's
ON "Shooting
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of Dan McGrew. 6 od Enough" is '. r
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[t informal pop-dance was held solved The, ,debate"That for the the taxable week was costs: R for; not good enough' :. .

;!7 by Omicron Gamma Sigma'ty I civil actions in Florida should be ,

} in their home on West Uni-" doubled." : i ia Porter's Fitform Clothes for young -,
.
The house was I Henry r avenue. very and 'Wm. F. .
Evans
decorated with flowers and championed the affirmative and Pat men and older men who want to stay 4' \ ; .

., Utternity colors for the occasion,I Owens and Francis Storm defended : young. In the tailoring of these sup-/4 /' .

: ,,both visitors and members thor- the negative. The subject seemeda '
erbly styled garments the "easy way" ,
enjoyed the evening. Mr. and little too technical but each speaker j : -

.R. W. Mahn of Gainesville acted handled it in a ".bully" manner. After i makes way for the better way and .
/l t
|_perones. Among the visitors long deliberation the juages finally 4; "How fine can they be made?" crowds 1
L Miss M. Nash, of Jack- rendered for the negative. i ;
t t were Gut the usual '
.
e, 'Miss Houseman of Miami, There was lots of discussion about manufacturing question} ': :

E. H. Dettre, Mr. Smith, of the Society's "smoker" which will be : -"IIo wfast can they be made?" L '
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and Messrs. Eubanks and Es- held on the night of April the 2St -n- : :
Friday, in honor of the Law Fac- i '
,of Daytona. f
I. ulty. WE EARNESTLY INVITE EVERYMAN Z
t, :
d
afcron Gamma Sigma announces OF TWENTY TO THREE 4 '

fi following f initiates: C. ErHarton: NEW BOOKS ADDED TO LIBRARY. Z TIMES TWENTY TO SEE THE $' :

|E. Knight, E. I*. Smith and H. L.non. -- .
NEW SPRING STYLES WITH THE -
In the past week several new books j91 \ ,'2"- _
have been added to the Library. There 2 SUGGESTION THAT THE PORTER h ( .
AG. CLUBAgricultural has been a number '::_ :
of text books taken LABEL IS AN ADDITIONAL I
!
from the Teacher's} College and others :
I have been purchased t GUARANTEE OF UNQUALIFIED FITFORM
Club which .
e met Mon- 'are roeLf C.UH..
waning April 24, at 7 o'clock. I shelved as a special text book collection QUALITY. .
program consisted of'the -pr sen- I for the Teacher's College '' .

by Robert Wray and Foster I Dr. Bristol has gotten books for his .

tam of the argument they will :class concerning race problems. Two :
of the. books which have arrived are: .
,
against the
representatives of the
.
"A Social History \ .
I of the American
Agricultural Everything Men and Boys Wear '
College next
Negro," by Brawley; and "Darwin in .
'day evening|at 8 o'clock at the I Darkest Africa," by Harris. :
body Auditorium in upholding the
i The new International Index to I .
,gave of the question: Magazines which supplements the .

Resolved, That it would be to the Reader's Guide has arrived. There it 1

ON t interest of the American farmer I.has been an addition to the Encyclo- ,
.
the government to own and opejr- pedia Britanica having received the .

the railroads. first supplment which has just come .
lining .
Alec White kept the audience in. off of the press.SEEN '
lighter with several yery approPri-1 I Jacksonville, Corner Bay and Laura .'
I .
!.le! Jokes. Prof. Lord
gave -
IN THE DEFUNIAK BREEZE : -
.tom words of encouragement. : H

lit, The Florida Metropolis under date i .
PERSONALS
I
of March 15th was the work of students i .
; at the University of Florida ..-..'.'......-...................... .. .............
Misses Evelyn Beasley, Cerita I
school of Journalism. This
newspaper ._., '
(
as I Lake, and Roberta Carter, of the F. ---

|i W. C. at Tallahassee, were attractive mon has interest proven to little us more for the than reason com- ,i.social functions given by the entire I sense; the refinement and culture !of life; and a live sense of humor, are 'I", .I

visitors to the University last that many articles were written by ,I student body, and will be the foremost needed to appreciate the fine things I the chief characteristics; of my Ideal. f

[week stepping at the White House. Lance Richburg, a Walton county boy !feature of the entire school year.-The I ___ _

who took part in making the paper Hustler. I '-' -. -. ... __ I ,
I engineers of the Senior -
Willard and Urlin Myers have returned one of interest. The entire plant was .6. Fifty-one ,
class University of Kentucky,
I from a short visit to Tifton, turned over the boys this date ,
' to on left April 7 on their annual trip to BEGINNING MONDAY MAY 1ST I II :
: jGa, where they were called on account and they ran things, writing the copy. I': Chicagq and Gary, Ind., to inspect the I .j
I of the death of their uncle. arranging the heads and caring for
various manufacturing plants.

We the advertising. Their success is .i 7. The following comment on the REGULAR BREAKFAST ____________ _20c t 11t
4 are glad to see that Dr. Farr is shown by the way \he, afternoon daily I I
ideal husband was made by a co-ed -
,; again meeting his classes after an illness stacks up and we congratulate them !of the University of Cincinnati: "I t REGULAR DINNER ___--_____________--______..45c t '

_. of several-days. and the the novel managers undertaking of the Metropolisfor to further; !believe that husband and wife should ,. REGULAR SUPPER _._________...--.----.----.30c I It
first of all be good pals for without
:Carl Duncan spent Wednesday at their studies by practical knowledge. !a solid foundation of mutual understanding t Special rates by day or week. Compare I .

*|i his home in Tavares, Fla. + ,+ + + + + + + + + J I temperament! and,' personality a certain similarity and ideals.I of. t our prices, variety, quality, quantity and fI t tt

oJ i i|| PEABODY_CLUB NOTES ++ 4COLLEGE SIDELIGHTS" ++ do not believe that our love will t service-and convince yourselves.SPECTOR'S .1 I ._ .
endure. By this I do not mean that
Peabody Club met Monday night, + ideals of the man I could marry must c
April 24, with a good attendance. A fr the* be identical with mine, but at Least I : LUNCH ROOM I J Jt
1. What Ho! The co-eds of
short business session was held, and must be able to respect them. Briefly, -
the, University Mississippi have challenged to face t 723 West University Avenue !
announcement was made that the moral and physical; courage It : '
baseball
the faculty to a game.
Selection I of officers would be, next his problems as they come; a vigorous, I I. i :
Needless to say the challengfc! was ... ... ... ... ...
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Monday clean mind; well balanced common ------- --- -
a night, April 31. accepted and the only way'the :20 eds .
I : A very interesting program: was can win is to "vamp" the "prDfs." I s

rendered. Mr. Wheeler read his;se- '2. The University of Tulsa' i Has a t

. k'ection? of the best English poem for novel idea for electing the University

the 19th century. Mr. Ellis Moore: Queen. Te selection will be made by
1' ;;read the best American poem for the popular vote but the votes will cost

I 19th century. A debate was held in one cent each. I

which the affirmative, represented by 3. Recently the f freshmen of N.1C. THE BON TON i i"GAINESVILLE'S !

,fcHr.: H. C. Johnson and :Mr. C. W. State College held a bon-fire ceo
,
| Persons, won over the negative, rt presented stroy their freshmen caps. This is -
"T: by Mr. Peadon and Mr. I one of principal events of th College

Champlin. On motion the club then year at N. C. State. ,- _
'* adjourned until next Monday night. 4. The Dartmouth College GleeClUb POPULAR PLACE"

\ is now on a southern trip. They

Did you know you could make will play in Boston Baltimore, Washington "'"
: and come as far south as At- and Tobacco Hot' and Cold Drinks -
Jour old razor blades &s good as new Stationery, Cigars, Cigarettes .
Ig tor about 2 1-2c each? See. Driggers lanta, Ga.
kiA 36 Buckman. 5. At Vanderbilt from all indications -
the university dances,whIch.are

JOHN DEBATING r to be given on Thursday and Friday Agents for the. Martha Washington and Johnston Candies __,_
MARSHALL
will be the \
21,
'l' evenings, April 20 and (

SOCIETY. best and most elaborate that can beplanned. ,:. ". I
: :: '1 I The dances ,will stand exactly .t. .. -=", '
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p.The regular meeting ,of the John in the place they should, being "
[Marshall Debating Society was heM; I 't

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VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE ,
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t \ .Sainesville .__._;.__Mar. 22 ...Fla_. 6 Mercer University ....__.10 .0000( .

1 Gainesville. ._.__._.Mar. 23 -Fb__ 7 Mercer University __..._ 5 ..540C

I i -tecsburg __ ,_::_Mar. 24 ...Fla.... 3 Philadelphia Nationals ..12 .333II I OUR IDEA in making!

\i ?Winter Park .._...Mar. 29 ...Fla_ 9 Rollins College ....______ 5 .500 THAT'S

t t \ : Winter Park ..........'M r. Fla.15, Rollins College 1 ___ 0 .600 I -the Quality Cigarette. i;
__ _-Fla_10 __ 5 .666 M MB M g
4 )\ i i ])eLand Mar. 31 Stetson University
,
i \c DeLand __ -.__Apr. 1 __Fla.._ 6 Stetson University _,,,.. 1 .714 I Why, just buy Camels and look at the package! TIt's

; \E DeFuniak Spgs. -Apr. 5 _Fla.__11DePnniak Palmer College .___ 0 .750 best science has devised to ;
the
1, : .t' Spgs. ...Apr. 5 ....Ha.._ 9 Palmer College __.___._. 1 .789 packing keep <.

I\ "'Gclumbus, Ga. _Apr. 7 _Pla_ 9 Camp Benning ___-_ 3 .800 cigarettes fresh and full flavored for your taste. ",*

I Cbfcnnlras, Ga. ---Apr. 8 __FUu_. 6Glintou Camp Benning _._.__._ 4 .812 Heavy outside-secure foil wrapping inside;
Miss. __Apr. 10 __FUu..- 2 Mississippi College .___ 0 .850 paper a
r .Clinton, Miss .......Apr. 10 __Fla.... 0 Mississippi College .._._ I .770 and the revenue stamp over the end to seal the pack- *I. r

...__ ... 6 of 4University .814 '
Oxford, Miss. Apr. 12 .JFhu. University Mississippi age and keep it air-tight.
,. ;Sbcford, Miss. ...-....Apr. 13 _Fla.__ 2 of Miss. ........ 4 .733 :

,. Macon, Ga. __........Apr. 15 ..Fla.... 3 Yale ..........._....... ........_.... 2 .750 And note this! There's nothing flashy about the'.

Gainesville _........Apr. 22 __Fla.... Rollins College .____.._ :'
Gainesville _...___May 5 _Fla.._ Stetson University __.__ Camel package. No extra wr Pppingsthat do not-

I Gainesville _.._...May 6 _FlaStetson University .__.__ improve the smoke. 'Not a cent of .needless.. expense!

Gainesville ........__Apr. 21 ...Fla.15 Rollins ............ .................. 0 .764
of the
that out of the quality tobacco.
11 : Gainesville; ............Apr. 22 __Fla..... 8 Rollins __......._.__ ..---.!..f... 3 .777 must come !

i : Gainesville __.........May 5 ....Fla.... ? Stetson ..................__ ......., exclusive
Camels wonderful and Quality wins
Gainesville ......".....May 6 .....Fla.... Stetson .................... ........ oz.:
merit alone. -t

7r I\IUiR.I\ ,. leges on eligibility shall be formed to 1 smoke Camels who want 'the
Because
A. A. A. TRACK MEET I men .
I. which all candidates for major sports
I must submit a signed statement of t a taste and fragrance of the finest tobaccos, expertly 1io ap

i 'POSTPONED; TEA M r their amateur standing and of the 1 blended. Men smoke Camels for Camels smooth, -!<
i sources of their financial maintenance a

GOES TO S. I. A. A. !f at college. This committee shall draw l refreshing mildness and their.freedom from ciga.i -

_ i'up.an' eligibility code and pass on the t : retty aftertaste.

b I standing of every man before he enters i

,.Captain Sollee Considers the 'I competition. The cne-year eligibility -i ;'! Camels are made for men who think for them
I rule shall continue in effect. I "
Team to Have Fine Prospectsfor ( selves. -
Good Showing-A. A. U"f 'i. 4. NO athlete transferring from I 1 .
1 i another college' may compete in a w J
1 Meet Will Come Later in the !
Season. I II major sport until he shall have passed 1 rif
the entrance examinations of I

I I. Yale, Princeton or Harvard, as the II
... The University of Florida track case may be. I G
team were a disappointed l lot when ,
5. No coach shall sit on the side-
: they learned the promoters of the Amateur lines bench or communicate with the i xtsNAR ND DO.. fF ,7C G

Atheletic Union had postponedthe players cii' the field or on the bench iI iI i C 3i
meet which was to have been held I 1
during of
periods play.
on April 29, until some time in May\ I
6.
_ 1 Organized scouting shall be
i probably about the 20, and that the abolished. I
iI I ,mace; of the meet had been changed iI i iI
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I from Tuscaloosa Ala., to Georgia I I
Tech at Atlanta, Ga: Th,* team will Join your: fellow students. at the iI I
leave, however, on the 10th of May\ I Methodist Baraca Class oa Sunday I R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Wimton-Salem N. C,

: for the S. I. A. A. meet and will prob- I mornings. '

abyly return by way of the A- A. U. J --
meet providing it is held about the I
j lame time, otherwise they will return What must a prospective. husband -TITLE----I THIS IS HOW THEY EAT THAT "Won't you give me a more I
be earning in the of s. A WIN i
iere and go back later. I way a salary before WAY.. Realistic description of the Tet"McGill !

1'i' The team is going through light I I I him? the The University answer to girl this will question marry i iE'S -. D&iIJ.
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irork-outs this week because they an:; FROM SIGMA
:. i l returned by University of Missouri Nil'SI I always send Marion
ai the pink of condition at the
presot (I girls to a questionnaire, the results I The jester.. Last time Photographs; but different Tdiii '"
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i of which have just been announced, I called she asked, day; or:night, or
had raIned. for the meet which they I, Stud' ,.S ...
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supposed would come off this week 'I
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be earning salaries of $3000 a year i Flapper What is this Side Square.
Next week, however, will probably be .
rather strenuous week and the men before, marriage.One In the fastest game of the Inter- !Petting and necking?" *.
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University woman, a fresh- Fraternity seriesplayed, last.:. !> "Well/ said, "the first 5 all for &
He "Would right
than it be
t \ will have to work a little harder, :
i man,.asked that the man sh married the S .A. ,S./'s defeated the Sigma ndaY.1 Mentioned represents a kiss "
I usual. According to Captain..Sollee, to your hand?
{* Florida's prospects are only th'irightest I I.be earning $10,000 a year, while two for the title by the score or 2't Specie of unsophisticated She/ "It would be decidedly oat*
} senior women asked for husbands Fem le8""That's somewhat .. .
f. and the best, and she will The game was characterized by ; ; : vague/ per/*
+ probably make a very fine showing earning only 1500.; good pitching'on both sides Davis for She said as she moved up closer, 'Kentncky We8eI!
':.& the meets.RESTRAINT. As .to what age women should the S. A. E.'s allowing.only seven hits '. '
marry it was discovered that the average while' Newton for the Sigs gave: bat -

i choice :was 25 years. six. Good fielding and backing was t .
1 I IN COLLEGE ATH.' : It. was further found that 90 percent also in.evidence both sidess. GIVE YOUr-sh to ROSE Room. 3. Bmckman, and Let 10
LETICS I of the students answering the .
Newton took the honors.in fanningmen GIVE you an np-tadate"job.GaINESVII.LE .
i questionnaires had chosen their l life's
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retiring eighteen in nine innings,
A-recent meeting of editorial repre- occupation ,and are ,preparing for it at while Davis put only twelve back on ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR CO. ItI
of the of the present time. 215 West University Avenue
aentatives daily papers I the bench.It I ''J.o.t.
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r Yale, Harvard: and Princeton resulted was undecided game until the
in the adoption of a common ba- Dr. Enwald is teaching the Methodist last man called .I --
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ails for editorial writing. The elements Baraca Class. Come .and hear .". .-f'< L > .w. .". -0/' } .-.-IIr.
The line-ups and score by innings:
making up This platform areas him. S. A. E.-Stanley, c.; Brinson, cf;

+ follows: x 'Sale, ss.; Walden, 2b.; Alderman lb.; THE
I 1. There shall- be no football practice Pat to Mike: "Did you hear that "}Davis, p.; Patterson If.; Wesson, rf.; UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

organized: under the supervision England was going to set Ireland 'Klock, 3b.Sigma .
I of either of the three colleges before free?" fi., Nu-Moul, c,; Redman, cf.; Basement Language Hall]

t' -tlie.formal opening of college in the Mike: "They are?" Ware, ss.; Clarke, 2b:; Henley, lb.; New Line of University Jewelry and Stationery, Large
i : AIL Pat: "Yes." Newton, p.; Home, If.; Brown, rf.;
i 21 The so-called intersectional Mike: "And we don't have to Cox, Sb. Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps, Memory 4 i

games shall be abolished. No football fight any longer for it?" Subsitutes: Sigma Nn, Spear for Books, Ete. #
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games shall' be ,played by Yale, Pat: "No." Brown. '.. .... ;
Princeton, or Harvard, except at New Mike: "Ain't that just like the Score by innings: EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENT
Haven Princeton or Cambridge. dirty English?". S. A. E. ___.000 000 011-2 \,>-.. J,,' ., f _

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PETE FOR THE DAVIS CUP

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Including the United States, four- :e
teen nations will for the
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Drink at, r.a Davis Cup this year, surpassing the SPORTING GOODS f
record of any previous contest. In I Tennis Football 57 1
fact, this is the largest number of Baseball Basketball :
countries that have entered any ath-I QUALITY-:.SERVICE
letic event, for last rear's Davis Cup 1 .
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MILLER'S \ matches beat the.'recojrd' that had!' Baird Hardware Ge. -

: \ games.been established in the Olympic I

.' Challenges have been received from
: Australia, Belgium, British Isles
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.. Canada, Czecho-Slovakia Denmark,
1 Where Service and Satisfaction Meet. \ .- France, Hawaii, India, Italy Japan, I
t J.5 >Roumania, and Spain. These nationsare ENGRAVED ;
: drawn agaipst one another the j
pairs being determined by chance, y
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just a individuals are drawn for a tt
p tournament in a "blind" draw. t
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I I pleted. It is then their duty to agree i Gainesville. Daily News ,;
upon the time, and place for holdingthe :
match and if they fail to agree, 'Tod y's News Today'S
! they must play at a time set by the I
WO'UL'D'I champion nation. I
I WHA For an entry of fourteen four!

.. ; rounds ire required to bring out the.
winning nation that will meet the S HOE S
I, United States in the challenge round,
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which will take place at the West
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H B. M. TENCH : ,
HAPPEN Side Tennis Club, Forest Hills, on
,; September \,2 and 4. The final round
will be played at Newport the weekof 0 Gainesville, 0
August 14 and the semi-final
matches will be scheduled for the E Florida E
j week preceding, to be played probablyon

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Depending upon the teams which
survive the early matches and came
to this country, it how appears like-I
." ly that some of the world's most) famous -. -- --
"', tennis players will be seen on VISITING CARDS
American courts this summer. Nich-
\ Latest Styles
olas Mishu of Roumania, whose playing -
i ,'Il! WE DID NOT HAVEADVERTISERS abroad was one-of the sensationsof Special i Pricesto
the European season in 1921, ex- Students 1
pects to play, as does Manuel Alonso,
of Spain, who has become even more Order Now! 1

prominent abroad. Gerald L. Patterson Loose leaf note books
whose game attracted much attention -
i and Supplies
when he won the world's II'
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championship in 1919, will visit the PEPPER PRINTING

The Florida Alligator is supported United States and Zenzo .Shimidzu of COMPANY I
Japan also will compete here.
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almost entirely by its Advertising.. HO.W TO MAKE THE BEST a a

QUALITY OF MOONSHINEThe
J. S. BODIFORD .

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Advertisers are in to get RE mountains following.of North letter Georgia from was the I COMPANYDruggists I

-'; picked up on the streets one day : Phone 32 :
last week. It is self-explanatory and '" 1 :
SULTS. was handed to us for publication:
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Dear Bill,I got yore letter askin me -p -- -
if I had lernt enything about bow to t .
A. H. DORAN {
make likker sense I bin in the mts. .1.
make purchase T yrs. I shud smile thet I hey & you 232 East Main, South 15
When you a kin mak munhey if you will :foller Bicycles Accessories, Repairs --;
the follering: I Flash Lights and
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their adlin the-Al. 2 bu. corn meal Baseball goods. I. .'
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ALLIGATOR BY water til it begins to bile up, doan t- For Goodness Sake Drink I' -j t Ii Iit
BOOST THE pay no tenshun to the flit what git DOEBETS DELIGHT COFFEE .
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ADVERTISERS. down in the bar with the abov*ngree-
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ker, no questin is ever ast if likker is DR. TENCH
clean or no,bee shoran leve the lie an
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potash out if you drink any yoself as Office Graham Building
.. this is put in to kill maggets also the
Office Phone: Re*. Phone: .
nux vomiter,its pizen. let me DO how '
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bizness is and I ma come dam, that
Your Paper'iL isn't anuff goin on here to violate the '.
It's sabbith hope air well
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Experiment station grove barns.back of the '-I-;- ---= I II j Duke Baya I 4 0 ..,
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and were invited Vote for three; Bill Ward J I a
nearly 200 'I 'f
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was built in the grcve, .., 1 f 2. Vice ;
and at 8 p. m. the festivities A. J. Geiger --1 Henry Gray I President. '
started 1 1 Vote for
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a tug-of-war 'choice
between the I-I and one sec-
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i e er The professors, the men with girls, .' Check Byrd. .. ;.- : -' : M(.Bracket,. !. f K. ,B. Haft I1 I--
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; pickles ., : : Case and choice and one 8ec-
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