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Title: The Florida alligator
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Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 1922
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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:. -:_::::. I 0- UNIVERSITY__ ______ OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1922 No. 29

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{Players ag Against Made Hatter Splendid,Rae- o ins f fI I Dr. ,Murphree Receives_ Complimentary -I DELTA RHO LOCAL I[Coming: From Behind, the Color ;

rs,, Tallying a Total of I Letters from Governor 'i I Company for This Year Overcame !

mes to Their Opponents' liam' Hardee and Twq, Well ; NOW DELTA DELTA I II I the 7-Point Lead of f

ready J Known ,Bank Officials-University Company A in Tuesdays Maneuvers -

I the I and Student Body are and Took First Place. ,

tnis match so close that Due I f Praised. I OF KAPPA SIGMA

)bad a plurality of but, one 1 nole I In the company drill competition, ,

; Florida was defeated on of the That Governor's Day was a success I which ended with the last .
irts at DeLand last Satur-: nole I and that the University of Formda 1----1. j( ,
I i I Tuesday, Company D made the greatest -
though Stetson won four of previous acquitted itself excellently m the (>YSlof I ii
-Batches and the score by ness I the many visitors is eviden* rom tion-Kappa Sigma is Eighth i I number of points of any company

III 5-3, the 'Gators succeeded the letters which have been lately National Fraternity Represented (in the battalion. On Wednesday! .

71 games to the Hatters,, for our received by Dr. Murphree. Communi- on Campus. [ternoon the colors were formally"' ? ,

the cations have been received from Gov- jsented to this company. .

less to say, the match was The .ernor Hardee, A. H. Aseltine of the On Saturday, April 29th the Delta !f The company scores were as fol-

Isred on both sides. Of the on Chase National Bank of New fork, Rho Fraternity became Delta Delta !i lows: Company D, 113; Company A.
men, Pomeroy won his three school and T- Louis A. Bize, President r.r f' 105; Company B, 91; Company C, St. 0
I' Chapter of the Kappa Sigma Flat I
urnat Haynes, while he and sity the Citizen's' American, Bank and The company competition began
i !
I! 1 ternity. Delta Rho was founded inI
defeated and Pepper Trust Company of Tampa. :with the second on
Fd easily Haynes March, 1919, and received its charter : semester, February -
0 the Doubles 6-1 and 6-3. be able L The letters .are as follows, the first,k on March 27, 1922 three elap-',I 4. The first week Company A

'1 other players. were ,less time being from Gov. Hardee: |.sing between the organization years of the made the highest score by her attendance -

.. Klock, in a wonderful has be .Dear Dr. Murphree: j!local and ,the installation of Kappa record, and D ranked last

b I which each player made aale ,,all the I reached home today, finding quitea Sigma. 'This short time! between the The second week D made the highestscore

for every gain, was the"' mass'of accumulated business ,during !(filing of a petition and the grantingof first place swaying back and :

Dr. Edgar 6-8, 7-5. 63... The.. .I my absence. I am taking the a charter is record time; for Kap- forth until D finally pulled off tho I
last-" first opportunity of expressing to highest honors by her total numberof
although\ playing at his Sigma.
: t you, the pleasure it gave me to visit i points yesterday. fJ fJi
g BO match for Annsperger. i
This is ,
i the ninety-second chapterof
defeated in the second set, selves the University on the 21st inst. It i 1! fraternity of about thou- 'I i In the four weeks rifle range work, ;:
a twenty
f|.and 7-5, The fight between in the was a real pleasure to see you and sand members, which is representedin the ratings were: Attendance-Company -

sri and White was' full of pep. the various heads of tP different nearly every strong college and C, 8; Company B, 6; Company\ !

- ngle departments and to hear from them A, 4; Company D, 2 Qualifications .
eed equally wen qualified ;
,unversity i in the United States, and r.
I the as well as yourself such splendid reports Company, 8 B, 6 Company
co in s'i ; ompany ; ,
almost in
,- of w1 lit the U. of F. Is doing every state the union. A, 4; Company C, 2. These
i Kappa Sigma founded
1 was in
Will you not accept and convey to scores .brought the totals to Ik
f4 Jt-J. at the University of Virginia. up :
; I your associates, well w the
as as points for each i
!doubles well company in the ba-
were fast and Kappa Sigma U'the eighth national .
assurance of my deep interest .in our race determined by the attendance
Klock and Williams of Florida. J
; .University The other
'I institution as well as the satisfac- record, until April 2, Governors Day.iUp .
.Edgar and 4-6 "'of
fraternities already
rger represented on' ;
tion I have in feeling that the funds until this \lay the ratings were !
:464.Payers. the campus Pi''![i
are Kappa Alpha,
. I :which he State has appropriated are gas follows: Company A 43, first; f
were well entertained Kappa Alpha Sigma Nu, Sigma Alpha 1'
|being efficiently administered.With .
[ D 39, second
Company B
Wed a pleasant trip. i Epsilen, Theta Chi, Zeta Beta I j ; Company .
f warm personal regarcs, 34, third .
: ; Company C 30, fourtj.i
; Tau and Alpha Tau I
j"I Om.ega. There I
Very truly yours, ( i I Company B ahead this
I IJ came out on
are also two local fraternities, Beta
IS AND STORMS I : CARY A. HARDEE. |Pi, petitioning Beta Theta Pi, and day with a total of 44 points, Co'm-,
pany D ranked second with 40 points
The :Omicron Gamma Sigma, about to petition -
lAY TITLE ROUND showed From Louis A. Bize, President of a strong national fraternity. Company A third with 38 points, and,
i the Citizen's American Bank and t Company C fourth with 35 points.
Friday Trust Company of Tampa I : tI j Mr. George R. Rea and Mr. E. L. (j ji 1 I Before the drill last Tuesday Company ''II

" J All reports from the Gainesville i Sutton, national officers of the fraternity A held the highest number of ,
,tournament put on by the Golf t team } installed ,the new chapter ,
Clearing completion, all thedries Of j,meetings are most flattering and par- ':'on Friday and Saturday. On Saturday I I points ompany ranked second, being
I that ticularly to the part the University : 7 lower than A; Company C third
been and
having prayed night the visiting '
Kappa Sigma
( took in it. Permit_ me to con- and Company B fourth. That day's
aapipnship match between Mc- held the initiates
and the new enjoyed a ban-
drill, however, turned the tables.
gratulate on your splendid success -
'te&* and Francis Storms will only you quet at the White House, at which !:
and thank Company by eleventh hour spur,
to again you ror your an
*K! : time ali resulted as'
some this week Dr. James Miller. Leake presided
with four
I splendid cooperation. I am sure that took first points to spare,
the date has been deftdecided -
not toastmaster. This provided
a very
the next visit of the banIers wilt leaving Company A second, company
on. Frank termination installation
to the
proof great benefit to the Uni-. B third and Company C fourtlui
scores of this tourney were first t of the Delta Delta chapter ot .
versity. Of course I was greatly -
''J}gh but this is due largely lively J !Kappa Sigma. !I II
at not being able to be I I i The debaters of the Agricultural
cffidition of the course, which and 45 The following are active members '
Again thanking and
+ present. you College Qf the University of Florida
cand not yet in very good I I Jack with best, regards and best wishes I cf Delta' Delta chapter of Kappa a unanimous decision the
LYe In of the over
handicaps were given Sigma: W. J. Dyer, N. D. Cooper,
:'tt i ,all men beginning on equal onds in am, Yours very truly ., H. L. Edwards, E. B. Busbee, W. J. representatives of the College of Ag-
riculture of the University or Geor-
r Bowen I LOUIS A. BIZE. Cody, A. R. Caro, L. A. Hogarth, W. {;
I gia Friday night, in the first annual !
results of the matches are: i"Y" M. Jeacle, O. D. Leonard, W. W.
debate between the, two colleges. The
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fcted-Owens defeated Simp4ialt wrestled [Rogers, Hugh Roberts, A. C. Sim-
I THE ..CHASE'NATIONAL BANKNEW debate was held in the Teachers' College
; Hendrick defeated Ul- The Imons, I. W. Scott, R P. Terry, W. 1... '
YORK at ihe University and was largely
*Phillips; defeated Bunnell lowed i JTooke, J. A. Winfield, Alec White, C.
Dr. A. A. Murphree, Pres., attended by followers of this line of
Ad 2 to play; Storms defeatea Y team IL. Walker, D. E. Williams, L. M. .
university of Florida, activity. The question was, "Re- it
" 5 up and 4 to play; Taylor from I :Butler, Bob Dannison, E. M. Dyer, i '
Gainesville Florida. solved That it would be to the best .
4 Osborne 6-5; Rose defeated scores :R. H. Williams, J. L. Fahs, Robert !
I Dear Dr. Murphree: 'interests of the American farmer for .
'"'f; Riddle defeated Holland- Florida Wray, H. H. Gifford, M. U. Mounts,
I This is just a line to express to the government to own and operate :
:;Jones defeated Byrd 6-3. f,game appreciation of the many H. S. Wilson, A. D. Hutson Robert i the railroads." Messrs. Wray and j'
14j round-Owens defeated i tables, 't you my Harkness and K. K. Hansem. !I Ijtary i ;
Chatham upheld the negative for
extended ana
*' I courtesies by you your
8-7; Storms defeated Phil- {strong {University to me while attending the t Florida and Messrs. Nix and Wood- .

Jt; Taylor defeated Rose' 8-6; 1 danger. I recent meeting of the Bankers at '_ ruff represented the University of

defeated Riddle-default.. : I Gainesville.' i training, will' no doubt prove i Georgia. This debate-is to Become an ,

t rounds-Conroy defeated I mons, I t You certainly are to be congratulated -;wonderful assets to them in years to ]cot-leges
I. 3-2; McKay defeated Bye; on this great educational de a..I!come. it is said, and a beautiful lovping ;

defeated[ McKay 3-2; Owens t Jax ( ) Jvelopment t and know !It must worKout j t Again thanking you and your statf,:I cup has ben purchased by the

.'Cenroy by toss of coin and.e lysle, toe a great power and influence; for the many courtesies extended, and two colleges which will become the I -

ted 1 up. !i in your stat Incidently I enjo'yea.very II wishing you very success, I am, I I permanent. property of the college

,1'roondStorm defeatea the ::much the entertainment provided -j Yours very,truly, j i winning the debate for_three'consecutive -

t1ttPi'? Jones defeated Taylor. They : f' 'byr your students and their mill-I A. H. ASELTINE.. I years. irj j
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a : I; f" LECTURES IN AG. COLLEGE.C. : t ....... ........................ .E

'I" A. Whittum, Southern t .
of the t .
1 i' Improvement Committee, Atlanta, -
Georgia, spoke to Ralph Stratmire's I > .
SPORTING GOODS class in journalism and many visitors i : Drink at A

'J r ; Tennis Football in the Agricultural College Monday .' ',
: Baseball BaskeftaH May 1, on the subject of Journalism.His :. :o t1i ,!
QUALITYtBaird first lecture, given from 8 to '"
, 9 Monday morning, was a general
t Hardware Co. survey and discussion of journalismas i MILLER'S-.iJ

_,_ t a profession, its requirements and :
f: advantages. His second talk, from 12 I

to 1 Monday afternoon, was devoted .;
i f 'I; almost entirely to magazine and: '

, : newspaper advertising. To illustratehis i -
lecture, he showed a copy of the I i' ( Where Service and Satisfaction Meet ;
; I ENGRAVED "Saturday Evening (Post" and the I .. :
i Gainesville "News", pointing out the ;
separatte points as he lectured.He i .
I described the Gainesville News 1
I as being a well put-up newspaper.He .... ..... ..........................
1 for young men also spoke, of the issue of the
j, l JI Florida "Metropolis" which the Uni- ;1
I versity men edited a few weeks ago,

: f Gainesville Daily News saying that the "Florida" boys did .,..
an excellent job on it.
3) Today's News Today' Mr. C. A. Whittum is a graduateof 1I
the University of Georgia and has V
spent many years in journalisticwork. : '
Boys! r
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S H .0 E S Over 400 students and professorsfrom I SI
the universities in and arouna

I H B. M. TENCH H Vienne, Austria, met -at. the Univer- I ,
sity of Vienne on January 17 for I When

consideration of the problem of ilco- .
,O Gainesville, 0 holism. The meeting ned been widely I : In Jacksonville
advertised and was attended by the s

: ;E Florida EVISITING President of Austria and many other Visit us
important officials. A popular professor
spoke against alcoholism and -.M
I .
S' 11.0 E S was followed by two students. Thena .
resolution was adopted by a vote I If you can't: come just write

of 385 to 15, asking the governmentto
\ prepare quickly a law prohibitingthe > us your wants. l ail Orders

II ( CARDS use of alcohol as a beverage. filled 1 promptly.

I Latest Styles Presbyterian C. E. wants to see ;

i Special Pricesto you Sunday evening at 6:30: o'clock.Of i

StudentsOrder 192 degrees conferred at the "TKo Store AeeonunodaIir s "

i t.-. Now! spring convocation of the Universityof

I Loose> leaf note books Chicago, six were given to Chinese -
two to Japanese, one to a Porto
and Supplies Rican, one to a Filipino and one to
PEPPER PRINTING an East Indian. Columbia Univer- "1I\tt t Wot> _heart,of Jacksonville''!"

sity has students from 174 different

: COMPANY schools in' 27 different states ana .- _. __ _' .. '---.H ,' '. ._ . :. i._: _" -- .- '
from 83 colleges in 32 states this
semester. Of 4590 students enrolledat I
next take their ,,,, "',. ,. ._ ,
Friday tQ -
scalp.Gym '
J. S. BODIFORDand the University of Washington last ; -": ::''':' :''' !:-- > !!I.
semester, 940, classes and minor/sports ac-
or 20 per cent, came
from other institutions tivities will close a week from Sat-
I higner edu- Glasses Fitted
COMPANYDruggists cation. And Harvard has among 'ts urday on account of the approachingexams.

6075 students, people from every .
: Phone 32 state in the Union and from 42 for- Florida meets Stetson here today Eyes Tested
eign countries. American university and Saturday in baseball.
education Senior-Faculty baseball game tomorrow -
is decidedly cosmopolitan.
T ORAH at 2 o'clock on Fleming Field. w
NORTHWESTERNUNIVERSITY There is a possibility that a tennis Broken lenses
J Kf ORTON I duplicated in one hoar'stime
t OVELTIES LAW SCHOOL. team will be sent to the S. I. A. A.
i I meet and also to Georgia Tech.

"f Picture Art! and and Picture Gift... Shop Frames t (The oldest Law School in Chicago) C. H. COLES & SON .1

?< - -- .. .. Fall Term opens Monday, Sept. 25. Photographs, but different. Made -,
i to Wednesday, August 23, 1922. clay or night, rain or rhino, with my r. -.J
Summer Term, Wednesday, June 21, new light. Vansickel's Studio, South --- -
y : j. w. arcoLLUM & co. The Summer Faculty includes members Side Square. I It
( i of Supreme courts of the follow-
1 DRUGGISTSTHE Weaver's Steam
I ing States Colorado South _
: Carolina, ---j.
f West Virginia and Illinois. + + + + + '* + +

f. Liggetts. and.Agents Norris for Candtes Requirements for Admission ++ NOTICE, SENIORS! + t HIGH CLASS CLEANING AND
a degree: Proof of .
Gainesville Fla.. Orders for ..,
satisfactory completion of three yearsof Caps and Gowns +

college study. > will be mailed May 1, 1922. No + ........ 4I 4m ....
Special Students. Proof of completion orders will be rereived after + .
A SPRING AND SUMMER 't of four years of high schol or + that date. t
STYLES its equivalent. + Orders may be handed in any + Bedding:, Pillow Cases, .
Made to Measure Suits and
f ,
Trousers; White Ducks and t I I Audit..rs. Members of the bar who + time between now and then. I.* Sheets Blankets
} Flannels Room 5 Buckman. either cannot meet the above require- + will be in my room at Mrs. Tal-. + t ,
t t
L R. BLALOCK> E. P. ELLIS ments: or who do not ask for credit + lant's old house, back of Col- +
I .. ..... !
-- for studies. + lege Inn, everY night this week + RIBBONS-RIDBON'' NOVELTIES
For bulletins and detailed information + from 7 to 8. .4 MADE
address Secretary of the Law School, + E. F. McLANE. ; TO SPECIAL ORDER
Three prizes of $100.00, $50.00 and Northwestern University Building, 31 .
,': $25.00 to undergraduate students of West Lake street, Chicago, HI. + *+ +_+ + + + + +' + t We Keep Everything for Your Room
ii Indiana colleges for essays on, Thytie ;
A tabernacle, modeled tt
I after
revival t
Volstead Act should be upheld,"
r The Gator swimming team will go tabernacles,
as a
ii F are offered by the Indiana V*. C. T. to Jacksonville next Thursday, the is under considertion temporary auditorium t .
i U. The contest closes April 26. 11th to stage a meet with the "Y" trustees of Ohio State by the.
there. t ..
I, FREE RIDE, Dr. Manchester announces that the enough present to hold auditorium even the is men not of large the Ser J 7fr// '

The "Baraca Special" leaves the Armory Ball league will open Mon- ,Freshmen class, and the building program I CiAINESVILLEfLOIII
r moraiag The Tennis team goes to Bollins I some years. ... .. ... .... ... .... ..... .... ... .. .... "

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I .. "Good Enough" is *.
not good enough *
LLEGIATE TENNIS Texas-University of Texas. :
GIVE OUT BY ASSN..lag 8. Edmund .
NG Levy, San Francisco -
Cal.-Univ. of California. : in Porter's Fitform Clothes for young
. the most significant as- 9. L. E. Williams, Chicago,!. I1L- men and older men who want to stay t .

the intercollegiate rankingby Yale University. .- In the tailoring of these
[ young. superbly -
the United States 10. J. L. Warner, St. Louis, Mo.- i "

_js Association, is the re- Princeton. : l styled garments the "easy way" i

. picture the ranking gives of ,11. Clarence V. Sanders, St. Paul, ,. : makes way for the better way and ,;
nnn-Dartmouth. ; t
rth of the sport throughout : \\\41 "How fine can they be made?" crowds X
-,. The fact that it is the 12. A. H. Chapin, Jr., Springfield, I ';" (I' : t
of- intercollegiate play- Mass.-Princeton. out the usual manufacturing question"Ho : i

for itself, but even moreis Mass.14. -Morris Harvard.Duane- Cambridge, : / wfast can they be made?" J
the distribution of If .
15. W. E. Howe, Watertown Conn .
is ,
'tk is&th of the that list. apparent Dartmouth. .Doubles >*}& : \\ -,;- /' l-4: 1 WE EARNESTLY INVITE EVERYMAN : i

also of interest to note th)t 1. J. B. Fenno, Jr., !Ju:11: ::. V. Feib- I -2.t: I OF TWENTY TO THREE I
f those who are now winning t
leman Harvard. ,, TIMES TWENTY TO SEE THEj t<,
matches, nut so long ago were ,
2. Philip A. Neer & James Davies .,
ag under the system of junior Leland-Stanford. NEW SPRING STYLES WITH THE( :
by the National
devised 3. Wallace Bates & Edmund Levy : oJ } SUGGESTION THAT THE PORTER
under 18. 1'
California. --
of Leland Stanford, who I 4 .. LABEL IS AN ADDITIONAL
jeT 4. J. L. Warner:; and E. T. Hern-
it intercollegiate last summer, I don-Princeton. CITFORM GUARANTEE OF UNQUALIFIED
his eastern trips as the rep-i l ..1-'-" "M.a
5. C. W. Sanders f.
and W. E. Howe QUALITY.
(jjve of the Pacific Northwest Jr.-Dartmouth. _

jaaior events. He compteed t .. .
;Portland, Oregon, where he ,
Jas.of A 7-7 TIE GAMEIn I
Bastian of Indianapolis,
; Los Angeles Carl Fischer, Everything' :Men and:Boys Wear i I j

i&lphia, L. E. Williams of a very exciting and closely con- .,r

i,A. H. Chapin of, Springfield tested affair, a "pick-up" game was :
it through these junior tourna. played last Friday afternoon betweena ., 1

to name only a few of those few players representipg the Longs I

games are now prominent insBegiate I and Shorts, in which neither side I I

tennis. The ranking emerged the victor, the game being a I
sed upon performance in inflate seven inning 7-7 tie. An official :

events. Walter Wes- game had been scheduled between the .

of Michigan, whose playingarropted I Longs and Shorts for the above mentioned Jacksonville, Corner Bay and. Laura"Shorty" i !

by an attack of ap- date1, but due to the fact that 0 I

tis was not ranked because of I sufficient representation: was lackingin .
sent data. The list follows: both clubs, the crowd of spectatorsthat ..
Singles had congregated to witness the I

.p A. .Neer. Portland, Ore- affair had to be contented with"pickup" : .. .. ...... .......... .... ............ "
l-Stanford. teams instead of the regu-

.:B. Fenno, Jr., Boston, Mass. lar nines that had been expected.The -- 1 1I
Gunn belonged, as he was
game, as has already been inti-
claimed both sides, but he settled
Bastian, Indianapolis, mated, was a hard fought battle. WE CATER ESPECIALLY TO THE
the by signing himself
Much wrangling was evident on both
University. with the six-footers. A definite date -
Davies, Los Angeles, sides and frequently the umpire will I University Men I 1.
I for the Longs and Shorts to play
el-Stanford. sought cover behind some obstacle, in
be announced later by Dr. Manchesterand AZALEA TEA HOUSE
Fischer, Philadelphia, Pa. order to protect himself from the verbal it is earnestly requested that ;
iit bouquets and remarks that were
of Pennsylvania.Bates each loyal six-footer and threefooter
'"" .' San Francisco, hurled at him by both players and i be on hand at. this time in full
:of California. spectators. There was much disput- I
r; baseball apparel.SWIMMING .
Drumwricht, Austin, ing and debating as to which sidef I __ _4II

c_.. .u _u i FIRST NATIONAL BANK .t
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TEAM Incorporated 1888 .
I:, -- il 'I Capital $100,000. Surplus. $150,000 I,

l _..._Mar. 22 _..Fla 6 Mercer University ....__..10 .&00 t GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA t

_, -_..Mar. 23 ..::.Fla_ 7Mar. Mercer University _._. 5 .500 Gator swimming team will go .-4I 4I __ __ __ ..
'.-.. _.. 24 ...Fla.... 3 Philadelphia Nationals ..12 .333 to Jacksonville next Thursday to .
Park -Yare 29 ,...Fla__ 6 Rollins College -..--....-- 5 .500 I stage a meet with the "Y" there. Although
_____ 0 .600 Rollins successful in obtaining -
Pik ._..Man 30 _Fla..15 Rollins College :' was
Stetson University __ 5 .666 more points than the 'GatT
L- _Mar. 31 _Fla10
. ---... -_Apr. 1 __Fla.... 6 Stetson University 1 .714 "ducks" in the meet that was stagedat
Spgs. _Apr. 5 _Fla.__11 Palmer College __ 0 .750 Winter Park sometime ago, Flor- Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Finish. Complete House Bills. I

*. Spgs. 5 _FIaApr. 9 Palmer College _.____.... 1 .789 ida made a fiery excellent showing '
-Apr. considering the time that had been Daily Capacity 25,000 Feet. Gainesville, Fla.SEE .
____.. 3 %
,,_Ga. _- 7 _JIa_ 9 Camp Denning .
..... ____ 4 .812 spent in actual practice before the i
Ga. .__Apr. 8 _Fla.... 5 Camp Benning :-
Dr. Manchesterit
meet. According to
_MIU- _..Apr. 10 __.Fla.- 2mss. Mississippi College _-_ 0 .850 that team will be
is very likely a
._ 170
' __F 0 Mississippi College
Apr. 10 a sent to Atlanta, Ga., to compete with
'Hiss. _...Apr. 12 ....Fla.__ 6dhs. University of Mississippi 4 .814 Georgia Tech soon.

] __..Apr. 13 ....Fla.__ 2 University ot' Miss. 4 .733 Vidal Drug* Company

C& .._......Apr. 15 __Fla-.. 3 Yale.- I
me Apr. 21 ._Fla.15 Rollins _..... ._____- 0 .76-1 FREE RIDE FOR DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES,

riIe! .-...- ...Apr. 22 __Fla..... 8 Rollins ___._ : u.__.. 3 .777 The "Baraca Special" leaves the CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENSy.y.y.y.yl

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I ') -'Pete Harris ._....,.,--...-..... .. ...... ......____Editor-h -Chief T :
Glover Miller ......__. _Managing Editor I .
I'' I Robert Wray ..._._.-i....-..-...------'---__Assistant Managing Editor and Robbins Defeated UNIVERSITY .MEN.b: : y J

I Richard Sias ......______, .__ __...M.__ _.. Sporting Editor Tillman, Ward, and
... t: Hubert Weeks ----...;....-_.::- .. ..... Assistant Sport Editor.Society Parker, of the A. T. O./'s for '. ., ',J
: !f I Robert Pierce -.,-..--,.--.----._-..------....'... Editor. Inter fraternity Championship. Demand. value and. ,style -'. ...'=l V >:
Harold Klock.__._____-I---..___' ...__... ...____...__ _._.ExchangesK <.-. '"< "
f, I ;. K. Hansen, Ozzy Bie __..__....__ .___w'_ f. _._.Personals' Society Brand ClothesV. .' saw ,
I The Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity won Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shiftsif; nox Eats _
I i REPORTERS the title of fraternity tennis champions :
I Ed :Wood erry, William Parmenter, B each Hazard.' J.:D. Wheeler, Fred when they defeated the Alpha Are featured lines in the Giddeohs. Store.
; i hiiI ':Mansour, Frank Elmore, Roef Buc kley, L. L. Thompson, Newton St. Tau Ome&j Fraternity last Tuesday '. '<:.' ;,,-

.; ,John Frederick Langworthy. afternoon on the University courts. Mail orders a specialty. :...V.f; .
Robbins and Rosenhousje representing ;<::1 :
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the Z. B. T's won over Tillman ana ; /
; Aleck White .... ._. _._. ... Business Manager Ward of the A. T. O's in the: doubles

i! Horace Wilson .... Assistant Business Manager. by the score of 8-6, 6-4, 7-5, white
Bobbins defeated Parker of the A.
; i Entered as second-class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice atGainesville T. O's in the singles by the score
Fla. under the Act of March 3d, 1879.
of 6-3, 6-2. GIDDENS
j i :: '0 Bate:-The Florida Alligator,.$1.50 the year. The first round of the prelimi- .. .
I naries were run off last Thursdayand
'I Friday when the Theta Chi's, ,

; i. THE NEW STAFF represented by Hansborough, Burr, ....- '. VV <'. :...,
I Sheman and Cionts vnee defeated by ;

a the Z. B. T's, who were upheld by
: With this issue of the Alligator the old order changeth. By Robbins and Rosenhouse; the A. 'T. -"

the:, time another Florida Alligator comes off the press a new staff O's represented by Parker, Ward, and

',\will have been elected by the Student-body With this issue goes Tillman defeated thg s. A. E's, who ,
: ,w,the best wishes'of the present staff to the new ;and appreciativethanks .were represented by Bower, Roach ...................... .
and Sebring the K. A's
to the entire Student-body for the material help given the i ; representedby ,-- :1 ,
Fuller and Massey defeated the
staff while endeavoring to put out our college paper. Of course, I Pi K. A's, represented by Strum and '. : :'t .\ ,...
the present staff stands as it is until; the close of the school year !Duckworth; the Sigma Nu's represented '
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,but the new staff will step into the traces for the remainder of theI by Moul and"Milam defeatedthe '.

year just to get accustomed, to their new positions. Feeling that t,Rogers Kappa and Simmons.Sigma's represented by 1 :". ',tog: .". ;

those chosen for the new staff will put forth all efforts for a bet- a ,
The second round was played Sat- ,
\ ter 'Gator and a better Florida, we again extend to those lucky urday and Monday when Parker,

ones our heartiest congratulations and best wishes. Ward and Tillman of the A. T. O's ( -

I I '' -. .-.;.. defeated Moul, Milam and Crago, of <
: : -.t the Sigma Nu's; Robbins and Rosen-

i. TH E JACKSONVILLE BOOSTERS 1 house of the Z. B. r defeated Fuller
: irm- : ,.
V -- and Massey: of the K. A'S.
: r I Thia completed tidy: annual Inter- j

Did) the- University of- Florida Wen pick up a late issue of that t'I It fraternity tennis tournament for the Take It From The Air=
year of 1922. It was a.complete ,
suc- ,
Jacksonville paper in which there was a: big advertisement fOr't'
cess from, the beginning to the end,
t, the U. of F., put in there by one of Jacksonville's foremost and most of the matches- were close NOT only music, but news, speeches, messages

If you didn't, you failed to see one of the best things that could I and exciting. In the finals especially of every sort, are today being picked

': have been done for 'the old school. We just want to say that it !,I the matches were close and hotly out of the air.

V I Sas the Atlantic National Bank that did that. The ad was in the I contested. Robbins of the Z. B. T.

Florida Times-Union and it stated ten good reasons why the fra. trnity,hard seemed time keeping to have on an his feet extremely "How has this come about?" we ask.:

University o Florida is one of the best schools in the South. while playing, but played a good

We take our hats* off to the Atlantic National Bank of Jacksonville I brand of tennis. General good playing The new impetus given to radio developmentmay

and offer our sincerest thanks for this wonderful piece of I I and good sportmanshlp featuredthe be definitely associated with the develOPment ;

t it? Well we DID, and will entire contests and the partie that
boosting. Did we appreciate we say pants should be r of the high power vacuum tube, for

1, ,always remember you as having struck for; us while the iron was their sportsmanlike congratulatedfor manner.- .- made broadcasting possible. And the power: ;

hot. tube originated from a piece of purely theoretical i
+ + + + + + f + + with rad.1.)
t + + research, which had no connection I f

+ : AND RAT + When a scientist in the Research Laboraton f

{ ..: V + LAWYERS! + of the General Electric Company found that i
of the Law College gave
Not so many moons ago the personnel + -
---- + thro
electric could be made to
current pass
smoker and a good-time get-together pep meeting for the Faculty + There will be a meeting of could be van ed "
the and
of said college. No one knows what was done or said at this + the Sophomore Class and + highest possible vacuum
the principle
i but circumstantial evidence is strong in favor of there be- + those of ths Lawyer Fresh- + according to fixed laws, he established I
for all + men who will be Juniors next + of the power tube and laid the founds
ing SOME good time; ,and a general morale raising gathering + year in Peabody Auditorium + -
for the "tron" of devices.
who attended. When it was over they all issued forth with yells I,* at 7 Vclock Wednesday night + group
and "Hurrah.for the Faculty: ," ete. + The of this +
1 -; of "Hurrah for the Lawyers, purpose meeting te1ep
I This entertainment was in return for a similar one given some is to elect the members of the + These devices magnify the tiny

back the Law College faculty in honor of the Lawyers' + next year's Seminole Staff. + currents produced by the voice and SUPS .
time + Every man is urged to be + broad
them to the antenna which
If college on the i I
cleaned the campus. every
1 -t football team that up + present. + smaller
would do something like this there would be.a lot of rival"ry"bn + + messages. At the receiving end, I

; campus the campus between the different colleges and this would + + + + + + + Hh44> "trans", in turn, magnify the otherwise the I
perceptible messages coming to them from
Studentbody: + + + + + + + +
receiving antenna.
+ *
I i picked
---- Great not
i --- + AND FRESHMEN + ; are
." + +' of the air. Generally, as in this case, they gror

[ 1 ,t.. ,' .00. '. + The Sophomore-Freshman + from one man's insatiable. desire to find .11... ATMcDOWALL'S + declamation tryout will be +
.lliIVERSITY MEN the "how" of things.
"' ""'; + held in Peabody Hall on + ,'
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+ Tuesday, May 9, at 7:30. + v,
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: ':: .;i + Scientific research discovers the facts.
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h.<<, ICE CREAM + + + + + * ,tic ca1 applications follower good time. .:
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V V ;:. I4IAlaE YOURSELVES AT HOME You'll be a tea-hound, General.ElectriCeoeralomce
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V. Blume brought out some of "

Peabody Club met Monday _night, the benefits to be derived from taking WHAT WOULD

}{ar1, for the Purpose of electing officers active part in our club. W. J. ,
for the first semester of next Dyer told how he finally decided to"

year. There was a large crowd pres- secure College education and the
ent and the meeting\ was very inter- great benefits derived from attending .
.d. the University of home ,
ceticg your: State. HAPPEN
The question .f.a. banquet for the The Club unanimously decided to !

dub was taken up and Thursday entrust the keeping of the Debating .
light, May 11, was decided as the Cup to Major Floyd. /

time for this affair. The club then \ ,
to elect the following FARR LITTS. PROPOSE JOINT .
proceeded men :
41 officers: President, K. Bs Halt;; SOCIETY MEETING < .

vice-president, Ellis Moore_ ;; Secretary S ? \ ;
and treasurer, B. O. Smith;; The Farr Literary Society has extended -
Members of Debating Council, W. J., an invitation to the other lit- ..' : c .
Bullock;; reporter, Sam Mclnnis; Ser- erary societies on the campus to join : .
geant-at-arras, Hinsoh. them in a big get-together meeting.The .

There will be_ no meeting the idea has met with universal approval -
but it is now so late in the .
next week on account of the de-
bate between the Teachers and Law-\ year that some of the societies will flu I WE DID NOT' HAVEADVERTISERS .
be unable to take par!.
, yers.
The movement will be carried on, .
however, and it is planned to make
JOHN MARSHALL ELECTS the general meeting an annual affair.
Next year it will probably take place
.t' early in second semester and will be
:. The meeting of the John 'Marshall I
planned early enough so as to avoid

turned Debating over Society to the, last election Saturday of officersfor was all conflicts. .The Florida Alligator is supported

the first semester of next year:
The following candidates being successful ;
: almost entirely by Advertising.'
On Monday night, May 1, the Bud-
President, Joseph G. White.
get Committee held_ an important
Vice-President ,Ralph Nearsicano.,
meeting in Scienc/ Hall. The meet-
Sec.Treas.Thomas Sale. .
ing was called to order by President
Critic, J. R. Wells. givens and the minutes read by Secretary Advertisers are in to get RE-
Reporter, B. L. Jennings. Hoskins. Following this, appropriations ,
Sgt-at-Arms, George J. Baya. .
were passed to cover the /
There was much discussion about SULTS.
expenditures from the gymnasium and
the "smoker" given on Wednesday '
minor sports funds. Next a report
night, the 3rd, in honor of the law was received of the expedltures of : I

faculty. Final arrangements were ,I the Debating Council, the requisitions I I *.
made and, all! lawyers turned out to being honored. Following thIs -
a very ,
help entertain the kings of bullville. important motion was passed; name- When"you make a purchase tell

ly, that the Budget Committee recommend -
POLK COUNTY MEETING to the student body, for its "
'approval, that, beginning with the them you saw their adfin) the AlI

The folk County Club held its annual next scholastic year, the Secretaryand .

smoker at the Y. M. C. A. caf- Treasurer of the Student Body 1 I .
ateria Tuesday evening, twenty members shall be considered as a University ligator. .
being present. Between smokes assistant employee and shall drawas .
and talk fests ice cream was served. his salary the amount per hour ... .
A debate between the freshmen paid to ,student assistants. This .

.:. "Resolved' that a long rat with a short amount is .specified by the faculty I BOOST THE'ALLIGATOR. BY I
tail is a longer rat than a short rat board each year.: This motion does

with a long tail" was enjoyed by all. not apply to this year,. but will _only !
'Roger Ford and Clyde Norton upheld affect the' men elected to the office BOOSTING ITS ADVERTISERS..

.the affirmative while Dick Hare and today. ,

Bill Kinway attempted to convincethe I

judges that the negative side of t j1. M. C. A. WILL HOLD MOTHES'S" .
the question was the true state of the DAY MEETING IN THE

> affair.At.. GYMNASIUM.A .
r. the close Of the pleasant evening I
;,it was decided to have a ball team, Mother's Day service will be
s while at the same time a motion was I held in the Gymnasium on May 14 at It's Your Paper i

4 passed sending a general challenge 4 p. m. The service will be under
.to the teams of other county clubs. -the auspices: of the Y. M. C. A. and
it is the intention of the "Y" to make
, Y DELEGATION WILL ATTEND this event, which should be to the .

; STATE Y CONFERENCEf interests of every student of tHe
University an annual affair. Good

E. White and a music and an outside speaker will be
Secretary: George .
student members of the<< included in the program which will t
f:delegation of next'wek. _........._ .. ,, ..... _. \
definitely .. '
May 9, be announced (: IB'" -"" .." ?I! "" .. .&II
I. Y will leave oji next Tuesday, t "lWJ-- ''III.! -=..TI -- I-' A -
|.for Orlando to attend the State Y. M. .I
-- -- -
I;; C. A. conference, to be held on K.May%B. GAMMA HOLDS SIGMA EPSILON FIRST BANQUETThe ':I on- the campus and the university t with the laborers as these Seep up I From university- professor to na- I
* ,
, 10 and 11. George Stanley should feel proud to have such an with the harvest."A tional president is a popular sport
- Bait, I. G. Thomas, and Merle Weaver Gamma Sigma Epsilon, chem- organization which fosters higher these days since our ex-president set !
1 are the delegates who will accompany standards in chemistry. The men are the example. Of the three
will return ical honorary fraternity held their college cannot make brains; it republics .,
*Secretary White. The party elected and they have to major in now occupying the territory
5 Saturday. first annual banquet last Monday I merely trains them. It usually makesa of the
to the University on Cafe in honorof chemistry with an average of at least former Austro-Hungarian empire,
Gainesville smarter fool
night at the I smart man and .a a
#. graduating and faculty numbers.Mr. 85. bigger fooL" )two: have university professors as
AC.. CLUB I I presidents.
O. M. Bary acted as toastmaster II
"> the Agricultural and many interesting, enlightening I Two literary societies, organized in
The program of o'clock and humorous talks were given 1835 at Wake Forest College, North I The Temperance Collegiate Associ-
Club Monday evening at 7 active. havea ation of England will hold its annual I Students at the University of Am-
the by Drs. Leigh and Steik, and !Carolina, are yet They
words by sterdam, Holland, have organized 1
consisted farewell a
of : for studentson
examination registered
Black during the occasion. The joint sinking fund and are con-J
; Seniors whV> were present. I March 20 various series of lectures on the liquor prob
at English
members that were present are: Faculty sidering the erection a
few Professors of the "
by a Universityare
The Club was inspired members Drs. Leigh and Steek, society building. towns. These examinations are the
Walker, who reviewed the speakers. -
.words from C. L. events Profs. Black and Weedon, graduating culmination of correspondence
the Carious important told seniors, Crago, Massey and Morgan; Movable schools for the children courses on various phases of the alcohol f i
,of the past year. R. F. Chatam undargradutes, Berg, Fuller, Hub- of migratory laborers in the San Joa- problem. The courses are followed Tuxedoes are worn by ushers at :

. how the debate with Georgia nextyear's was bard, Hansbrough, Hauser, Harris, quin Valley of California are conducted principally be people outside of .basketball games at Columbia Unlrersity ; I i
," won and offered suggestions for of four Perkins, Smith, Swartz and Moul. by the state board of education.The college, who want to know this problem -if. and the University of Penn.-

debaters. Experiences This is a new honorary fraternity schools move from place to place 1 thoroughly. sylvania, according to news ',reports.
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l tickets to the Senior-Faculty baseball MAKE GOOD RECORDSE. ]

1 ; game tomorrow at 2 o'clock? Thereare .
I some rare notables in the haste i THE TON

!! and it should prove. a real entertain M. Bradshaw, Dis. Mgr. U. S.
I er. I,Veterans Bureau of Florida, Elmer
) Waldrip, State Supervisor of Vocational -
I I Training, and A. C. McPherson \-
: According to our old friend, Dr.Manchester State Commander of Vocational "GAINESVILLE'S POPULAR PLACE"Stationery
t: ; we would have had that i' '"
I Disabled Veterans, arrived at the "
: tournament with Stetson if the Stet- ;
University Wednesday afternoon,
; : aon players hadn't "griped" in the April 19, 1922 from Jacksonville, and Cigars Cigarettes and Tobacco, Hot and; Cold :Drinks 5
I fast round( of play. But what's done .
before a meeting of students ,
is done and the future remains to be .
; in Peabody Hall tendered their :
proven. congratulations to the vocational stu-
I r
I .' ,dents at the University -of Florida. Agents for the Martha Washington and Johnston Candies
I' ; Captain Sollee and his squad of I!j,Mr. Bradshaw took up the reports of

trained athletes have been doing only j'the Bureau and pointed out that the t ,

light practice this_week due to the j I|i scholastic averages of disabled veterans f .

fact that they were in, the "pink" of J I taking college work here are I
1 higher than those of the regular col- '
condition when the A. A. U. meet II
i! was postponed and they haey to cool lege students. Moreover, the average Such records as you men have made William N. Griffin, Agriculture. I ever made ,in English, 1- at the University

,, g I ; sown and let their energies' subside a I of these: men in U. of F. Is greater individually and as a whole, eloquently 85.50 per cent.D. of Florida.

1 little before getting down to real than the averages of vocational bespeak that same indomnitable M. Prink, Agriculture, 85.50 per The Veteran's Bureau Vocatloaaj t

.,III \ work for the S. I. A. A. meet. :men in the colleges of Tennessee, courage and will-!pow.er that led Students made the following average

; I I North and South, Carolina and Georgia you through the World War as soldiers l- cent.Frank Hadsock, Agriculture, 85 per percentage during t he month ot
I hence the University of Florida of America.." March:
Dr. Manchester has certainly been stands first on the Vocational Honor The Honor Roll, and the statistics ,cent.D. 1. Average of Vocational Student
L. Lester, Radio, 85 cent.J. .
the minor
keeping sports going in fine per
I Roll of southern colleges simply by of the veterans' scholastic taking full college course and havfnr
shape this yea:: and deserves a lot of G. Smith, Agriculture, 85 per
the efforts of the U. of F. vocational as compared to that of the standings'I' high school credits, 87.00 per
I" praise for his energetic work. His men. He took great pleasure In I I tional students of the cent.H.. 2. Average of Vocational
latest surprise is that he intends to I saying that the disabled veterans are Florida are as follows: I L. Speer, Agriculture, 85 per taking full college Students
i fill send tennis team I course but **oco
a up to meet Georgia cent.
not only doing honor to the Government
I I Machine shop and Law students not have high school
Tech, apd also to participate in ,: and the Veteran's Bureau, but are | T. S. Looper, Teachers, 81 per cent.J. credits, Si
11 cent.
not listed in making this roll since per
theS.IA.A. meet. T. Lee, Radio, 89 per cent.
honoring themselves demonstrating
I and
[are monthly grades' are not given in these Veteran Vocational Students taking 3. Average of Vocational Studentsin
that avail
; The latest athletic fad of the themselves of they the opportunity are ready to offer- departments. Honor roll of March Elementary branches: college subjects taking elementary

(Ii ilia rersity of Florida js Armory uni-I I ed them. The surprising statistics, 1922: G. B. O'Neal, 93. subjects to prepare for agricultureand
the tournament beginning next gathered from the Registrar's office, F. H. Langworthy, Literary Course, J. B. Jones, 89. taking one or more regular college

day evening. I'tell their own story of the splendIa 92 per cent. G. Stanley, 88. subjects, 81.27 per cent.
I work and the tremendous success that I G. b. Coleman, Agriculture, 92per E. B. Polk, 87. The above figures show that tie i
SENIOR-FACULTY I ent. C. G. Adams, 86. Vocational Students
BASEBALL has.,come to the vocational men as a are improving ia s
'L GA1IE'I result of their efforts and determination !- I"I A. H. Jennings, ,Agriculture, 92 C. B. Herb, 85.50. their work. During the month of
I The faculty of the University of I .to win in spite of their handicaps tees} cent. V i :M .C. ,Page,85. March the first group increased their

Florida has challenged the present 'I ,- E. C. Mallory, Radio, 92. per (:cnt.tI. W. J. Laird, 85. average from 84.40 per cent to 87

Senior class to a baseball game, and "To say that I am proud of the B. ? Williams, Telegraphy, 90 pCl' I For the benefit of the citizens i in per cent. The second group from
the latter have gladly accepted the Vocational Student Body of the University Florida f who may have the erroneous 80.27 per cent to 84.11 per cent. Then

challenge, it being agreed hat this I j j: of. Florida," he said, "only cent.F.. H. Witter idea that that ex- rvice men i elementary group from 71.45 per cent
Agriculture, 39.50per
game shall be played tomorrow at 2 I half expresses my feelings, for ,by \ cent. I training under the Veterans' Bureau to 81.27 per cent.
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o'clock, immediately before the their hard work and sincere efforts 1' I are fakers, etc., and are not applying An investigation by the Florid
R. Mahn
W. Agriculture, 89.50 :
ida-Stetson game. This Flor-I they have put the Florida Sub-Dis 1 per themselves I or profiting by the opportunity Sub-District Manager shows that the '

!M ment should be of interest to trict Office at the head of twelve cent.C. I the Veterans'_ Bureau is af- Vocational Sfn Anta- -At t1ATn'f" ," t>

the faculty boasts .of_ a strong nine, offices in the southeastern states. I. T. Link, Agriculture, 89.50 per fording them, their attention Is Stetson University, DeLand, Florida; ,
I while the Seniors claim that they I I cen t. vited to the honor roll and It in-I and the various commercial] schools ia

have a club that has come thru ,the miliarize himself with these before R. H. Dettree, Agriculture, 89 per. me great pleasure to say that Florida are making equally fa won

season without a single defeat, and I Monday. Dr. Manchester has placeda cent.C.. disabled veterans in training under derful records as those shown above,
therefore intend i L. Koonce, Radio, 89 per cent.A. the U. S. and the
to make mincemeatout bat and a ball In nearly every sec Veterans' Bureau in Flor- men in Placement Training
of'the boastful faculty team. The tion and fraternity house,- and many L. Sparltoian, Agriculture, 89 ida are down to work and the following i are down to business and doing fine

batteries have not yet been decided, of these teams have already been I per cent. figures are submitted as compiled I!work, taking advantage of every op-
but it is rumored that the faculty will seen practicing in the evenings after B. F. Thomas, Agriculture/ 89 per from the Registrar's Office of the II portmuty to learn and prepare themselves -

start Prof. Buchholz in the box, with supper on the campus lawns. The cent. |..University of Florida. 1 want to say for rehabilitation to go out
Dr. Enwall the location I J. E. Bishop, Telegraphy, 88.50 per !that the disabled veterans' into the world hold
on receiving end, of the baseball diamonds for I are not i and their owl
q while the Seniors are keeping quiet the various teams is J left entirely u I'centsp only doing honor to the governmentand and become an asset to their Government
1 as to just who they will start and it [i to their choice: but it is imperativethat J L. J. Bjaha, Radio, 88 per cent. I the veterans' bureau, but they are instead of a liability.

appears that they have something up each"team shall play at the designated : Clifford cent. Glower, Agriculture, 88 doing Honor to themselves and demonstrating To say that I am proud of the Vocational

their sleeve, which they intend to time, or forfeit. The complete per thot they are ready to 1 I Students in Florida only
Frank J. Heitzmann
spring as a surprise. From all of the I schedule as compiled by Dr. j:88. cent. avail themselves of th opportunity half expresses my feelings, for by
advance dope that has been put for- Manchester is as follows: per afforded them. their hard work and sincere efforts ,
J. G. Kelly, Agriculture, 88
i ward, this game should prove one of. Monday at 6:30: p. m.-A-section t,cent. .per The Veterans' Vocational Studentsin it has put the Florida SabDistrictOffice

the most interesting and exciting affairs Thomas vs. C-section Thomas, B-sec- I James R.*"Shearer, Telegraphy, 88 Florida made an average percentage at the head of the twelve of
of the season, and all are urged tion Thomas vs. E-section Thomas, cent. gain since January 1, 1922, of fices in the Southeastern States.

r io be on hand early tomorrow to wit- D-section Thomas ,,s. Casa Blanca, 1 per_ W. A. Simmons, Agriculture, 88 per 5.42 per cent each month or a total The report from the District Office

ness their professor knock 'the "pill" E-section Thomas vs. Scottens; A- (cent. percentage increase of 16.26 per cent as of March 31, 1922, shows that

over the white fence. section Buckman vs. E-section Buck- | M. D. Thrift, Agriculture, 88 per I from January ,1, 1922, to April 1, of the 768 disabled veterans' rehabi-

man, B-section Buckman vs. D-sec cent. 1922. litated from the twelve offices, the

ARMORY BALL LEAGUE tion Buckman, C-section Buckman vs. J. B. Womble, Agriculture, 88 per I The records, of the University of Florida Sub-District Office fcehabili-
Dr. Manchester announced today Faculty, St. Andrews vs. Mrs. Ram- I cent.J. [Florida show conclusively that the tated 104.

that the Armory Ball league would seys; ; K. A. vs. Z. B. T., S. N. vs. The- A. Womeldurff, Agriculture, 88 Veteran's Bureau Law Students have The Atlanta office was the oafr
?' open on Monday, the 8th immediatelyafter ta Chi, S. A. E. vs. Kappa Sigma, Pi i I,per cent. far surpassed other students of that I one excepting the Florida Office tt
supper. Each section of the K. A. vs. A. T. O. J. B. Britt college( for the first semester of reached
'I Agriculture, 87.50 per the 100 mark, and the per
dormitories and each fraternity house3as On Tuesday at 6:30: p. m. the winners ., cent. this year. The entire body of Veter- centage of Vocational Students assigned
entered a team, in this tourna of the Monday's games will play. ans' Vocational Law Students
''I H. E. Urquhart, Agriculture, S7 madea to the Atlanta Office compared
ment and it is possible that the fac On Wednesday at 6:30 p. m. the per cent. sEmester; average Qf 86.53 per 'cent. with those assigned to *th* _

ulty will also be represented. A complete semi-finals will be played, and on I G. L. Bishop, Mechanical Drafting, The regulr: students (not vocational Florida: office give the latter offer
set of rules are now posted i in Thursday at 6:30 p. m. the finals will 1 86.50 per cent. / students) in the Law Colleges havean a percentage lead of 3.8 per cent.

the gym and all players should fa- be run off. H. L. Tillis, Agriculture, 86.50 per average as a whole of 79.50 percent E. M. BRADSHAW,

.. 1 I cjent. i or 7.03 per cent less than the Florida Sub-District Manager

- ,, W. H. Thomas, Mechanical Drafting average of the Veterans' Bureau Vo U. S. Veterans' Bureau. _
t 86.50 per cent. cational Students.Mr. Two Vocational '
U. S. Veterans' Bureau

F t& : ST. PATRICK CATHOLIC- CHURCH J i ,, C.. J. Brown, Agriculture,. 86 per : Vocational. Frederick Student H. Langworthy, a L i Students at the University of
of the
Universityof Florida membership
_ R e cent.H. have been elected to :
__ East Main Street, North I!''I L. Lavender, Engineering 86 Florida, has attracted widespread L t in Phi Kappa Phi, a National
i t f I per cent. attention by breaking all literary rec Honorary Fraternity with chapters is

t Rev. John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector. Telephone 629 /j i J. C. Brown, Agriculture. 86 per ords at 'the University of Florida. over thirty colleges. This organization
: t I 1, cent. .---- He is the first student to: succeed In requires that members average

i Jesse Geralds, Agriculture, 86 per writing two compositions to be' declared over 85 in four" of college work
I years
It. :Sundays'! -Holy Mass and Sermon, 10:30 a: m.; evening I I cent. perfect by Dr. James manoaFarr j and not more than one-fourth of the _

Cervices' 7:45 p. m. ,f 1 C. J. Harper, Agriculture, 83 per Professor of English Languageand graduating class is invited to join iLj,

t I I cent. Literature, although Professor: There are 193 ex-service men .\j,

t Weekdays--Holy. Mass 7:00 al: m.::: !#I i I ,Frank Zuber, Agriculture, 86 per Farr has been connected with the training under:, the U. S. Veteran t
< H University of Florida since'Its estab Bureau at the University of FIorid
W. P. Arnold,. Agriculture, 85.50 lishment. Mr. '
_. ___ ..... ......___ a I Langworthy made the alone.
cent. highest semester &
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'The New Million\ Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2,50t,000CHESNUTS .
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Gilmour Dobie has been engaged i .
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I t June 26 and ending July 24. OR :. 1 1i.
SOUTH SIDE SQUARE His assistant will be W. L. Lush. '
I Electric Shoe Repair Department Work Guaranteed f This Is one of the first schools of its i. FITFORMSOllE i ,
I SHOE SHINE PARLOR J kind to be established and Dean Chas.G. .
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widely known men. Dobie has a national -
r............................ reputation as football coach PHIFER BROS. DEPT. STORE i

; for the past four years at Cornell '
and the Naval Academy and before I : Gainesville, Florida .
that 8 at the University of I
: Washington with a record of no defeats -1 : '

during this period. Billy Lush 1 l:.+..O........... t4$44,4
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has been coach of baseball and basketball -
for the past 6 years at the
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> service at Yale. Lambeth Field, The
4 D. R. Cox Proprietor : : : Telephone 86 the SPORTING GOODS
Fayerweather Gymnasium and
; ) Red Land Swimming Pool, one of the Football Baseball ;i.
largest in the country, will be used
.............................. by this department of the Summer Hardware of all Kinds :-.

Quarter. It is expected that the See Us ;
...,. course will be taken by many experienced -
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occupation Members of present Virginia WEST SIDE OF SQUARE -
t teams will take the course
I I y''. OTTO F STOCK which means a new era in athletics

, t here. The course will cover all major __ ... .. .
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i1: :' TAILOR t college sports, including. football, I 1
baseball, basketball, field and track, '
I with a study of the rules of each I It THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
II I': Alteration Cleaning. game, training regulations, fundamentals ,'
Phone 354 Gainesville, Florida of individual play and form,!'I Basement Language Bull 1
I t' I team play and methods.of instruction

I.. ---- .. Dobie and Lush were two years together New Line of University Jewelry and Stationery, Large
:: .' at Annapolis, have worked together '
I 1-r; -., .. --. ,.. -., _,.,... and know each others Fans Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps,"Memory ',
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I L;, WHEN YOU EAT I play. They are an ideal combinationfor *
the Summer Quarter and come EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENT :
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{ here with the expectation of making I :
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11-- .ri.- tomorrow means only two more victories !& ,- _.,- ",, '- ... .... -- .- -. -- -

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long string of wins. This is the last
GIVE your shoes to ROSE, Room 3, Buckman, and Let BS time that the 'Gator nine will be DR. TENCH t W. S. DORSEY & CO. I !t

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I I : SOLICITED College Chamtons'tip Jeacle Announces That ,

I ; Will be Decided When Final College Annual Will Appearon Medals, Class Rings and Pins. Committees .
I f c : Debate is Held Next Wednesday I Time This Year.
I ct I : Evening.: in search of loving cups suitablefor

t :: Thursday and Friday last week Golf, Tennis or other athletic events, will

'( ; I ; Sport Shirts' .._..-----_____$2.00 The last of the campus debates forthis 'Miss Miltmore represented the Uni- find it an easy matter to choose from selection
,. I I scholastic year will be held Wednesday versity of Florida Library > at the
!! Oxford Shirts ._____ ..._$2.50 '
: w. i evening, May 10, when the second annual convention of the packages which we will gladly send? upon
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: i Teachers and the Lawyers meet; In Florida State Library Association in .: '
white and
Eng. Broadcloth, f' approval. "
r! verbal conflict to decide who wins Tampa. Miss Miltmore was, elected

; j brown..-.--- .._............$5-00 the University loving cup this year. I vice-president of the Association for ,
The question to be debated is: "Re- the coming year. : ] : 'l'-J : .: :; ;'; 1:::' 1>-

j White Serge Trousers $8.50 solved, That the United States should I I The assembly took place in the

I, adopt some ministerial form of government ,.Tampa Public Library. The Tampa

Wilson's Union Suits ..$1.00 similar to that of England. (Public Library Association was also ...............................t
: i The Teachers, who are taking the ,the host to the twenty-five or more ..
Silk Sox ____.75cI
;, ,! "1 affirmative side, will be represented1 i members at a luncheon and an auto .
I: Fashion Park, Blue Sport by E. F, McLane, R. L. Hamon ant t tour of the city of Tampa. t AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR? COMPANY.
't'E. L. Peadon. The Law College will laid ,
: I The Association plans to secure -

'j k model ._____.... _.........$30.00 have the negative side and the debating I the passing of a bill by the AND SHINE PARLORLouis
: : teams will consist of Tom 'legislature creating a Florida State i

: t White Mummy Cloth $18.50 Dale W. E. Thompson and B. T. Jen- I'I Library Commission to guide and Eliades, Proprietor

libraries. .
1 assist: the .
u 'i Seersucker Suits ......$12.50 nings.As yet,' no place has been arranged I At the session the members voted : 115 W. MAIN STREET, N. PHONE 139 '

I in which to hold the debate: Ito attach themselves to the Southeastern -I'I'I
I I :: N. D. Cooper, Agent; Room 13, Buckman
and the judges have not yet been i Library Association, being .
selected. This will be the deciding organized in Chattanooga, Tenn. The ++..........A.....+N....

} struggle for the loving cup and the I Florida Association is now also affiliated -
: !H t' 'I 1 BEST VALUES. IN TH college championship, since the t with the American Library

Teachers beat the Agricultural and Association since more than sufficient
\ A. and S. Colleges, and the Lawyers of the members of the former are
I have beaten the Engineers. The Ags, t also members of the later. TheMEDICAL
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I ., having captured the cup last year, do 1, Miss Miltmore was well impressed I: DEPARTMENTof
,_ : I \. not enter the final contest. t with the seriousness of the meeting,
I ;and although the educational Institutions the University of Georgia
\ D'I-I NOTICE. I with the exception of the University -
BAILEY On Thursday, April 13, I left in of Florida failed to send delegates ALL RESIDENTS OF THE STATE FREE OF TUITION ;
I Language Hall a small leather notebook it was more than successful. I "
with| the name D. W. Crane in I I .
3k Franklin Street, Corner gold letters on the cover. This book Laboratories fully equipped with latest apparatus.
Twiggs contains notes that are valuable tome TRIALS FOR FROSH- Clinical years taught in new and complete hospital.) ,
L and I would it if the
Departments of medicine and surgery under full} time I
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return to Room SOPH DECLAIMERS TO f
TAMPA, FLORIDA Buckman and receive reward. professors.All I

DWIGHT CRANE.In COME ON TUESDAY the medical and surgical charities,of Augusta and

Richmond county under control of the Medical Department -
H I.i its successful campaign for a
I.- new stadium, the University of California ; thereby assuring a wealth of,clinical material. I
put itself in the situation, r.ot'I I Tryouts for the FreshmenSophomore A progressive School of Public Health a big asset.
'" of asking for donations but of selling _declamation contest will be held
_ i EIGHT MEN RECEIVE BASKETBALL seats in the stadium for the next I I in' Peabody Auditorium on Tuesday Entrance Requirements: Two years of college workas

I '- LETTERS. ten years. The snit of payment to I I night, May 9th, at 7:30. Numerous ( prescribed).
the stadium fund was $100, each cash I men are expected, to be present to
; i of
1922 basketball
'i, L quad Eight have men been given the letters by the t payment purchasing $100 In scrip,I I try their skill in expression. / For Further Information Address the
The contest itself will take place ,
redeemable in stadium tickets at the
Athletic Association for their workon MEDICAL DEPARTMENT UNIVERSITYOF
16th, eitherin
the evening May
rate of $10.00 for the next ten+ year!
court this They
year. are: the gymnasium or in Peabody Hall. GEORGIA, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA
Captain Byrd, Newton, Duncan, Miller I
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It has been ths custom in previous
L'Union Interlyceene de la Ligue
Moss, Thompson, Potter and
to hold this event In the ,
1 \ organization of French secondary: but this year there has been some
i discussion, and the place has not been .
; ,!school students for study of alcohol- -- -
I i, Students of today Jake more interest ism. They are not required to be definitely decided upon
in the affairs of the general com';'total abstainers, but are for mdt>r3- j 45c DINNER 45c
Dr. Courtney C. Weeks, Presidentof 4 ;
munity and ,are more useful as citizens I''tion; or temperance as they speak of :
even though younger in average it. Recently a series of meetings has the World Student Federation t STOP IN AND ASK ABOUT THEM !
than those of ten twenty been held throughout France, at: against Alcoholism, addressed the
age -
ago, according to the or annual reportof years which thousands of students have at- British Medical Association and the Cream of Tomato Soup ......__...___...._._-..,......--....--,....& j.

i, Henry A. Yeomans, dean of Harvard tended the morning and afternoon -,,-- ----- ,--- -,- ---- Roast' Beef and Roast Potatoes or Hamburger ;

li ; College. sessions. .i: Steak and French Fried Potatoes ..._.._..............25c :

1 ., Sliced'Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Peas or Carrots (any" -
A pair in a hammock + LYRICSaturday two) _____.......-._ .__.._...___.._..J... u.._____.r.,1 :;

Attempted a kiss, ++ Cornerstone -of new building + I Bread and Butter _."_......_.._..._.. ..........____...............5e'j
An than
.. .in }less a jiffy + laid last Friday. > + Coffee, tea or milk .....__._...._._.. ...._................_..._- 'j;
.St1! anil{! pa3Oo"{ [ Sag.
-Emory Wheel. 4 'Gators took two easy games + Fruit Pudding with Cream or Pie ._......_........-....._&
I + from Rollins Tars r Friday and + Eugene O'Brien PARADISE inPROPHET'S I f If:you do not order any of these items a proportionateI .

I Johnnie-"I wish I could be Tommy Saturday. +, fs I reduction will be made. 3
+ Battalion held competitive field + IJ Monday ,
Jones." This is only representative of of dinners. Our
one our j !
+ meet for Governor and visit- +" Cecil B. DeMille in
Mother-"Why! You are stronger "
menu is changed daily. Also
+ ors. + -
than he is, you have a better home : 1 SATURDAY NIGHT
+ Ag. debaters to meet Georgia + REGULAR BREAKFAST 20c AND REGULAR SUPPER -, 1
more toys and more pocket money. Tuesday-
Johnnie-"Yes", I know; but he can ++ Ags. tonight.Business course. to be given ++,,11 Cecil B. De Mille in I f ,30cSPECTOR'S F}

1 wiggle his ears. + during summer school. +" SATURDAY NIGHT 4 }
+ S. A. K's defeat Sigma, Nu's *, Wednesday-
Do your sleeping in' the, afternoon. + for title. ,
fraternity *
Come to Sunday school in the morning + Dr. Bristol delivered lecture on *: I LOVE Wallace SPECIAL Reid in 1'. .f t 723 West University Avenue ::1

+ business administration in *
[I '.Fhursday-- -" '.
chapel. -
.- ..-4IIII ___ __. s.I + 'Gator track men getting ready +'I Buck Jones in f. --;,
fofr important meets. *, TO A FINISH y:
+ I Everything Electrical t tI I 4' U. of F. wrestlers, boxers, and I tJ ijf Friday- { Royal Sanitary Institute in 1921. 'Dr. I alcoholism. During; 160 days maul of 1

JOS. J. SEYKORA I '1volley bailers meet Jax Y to- + '. Courtney is recognized in Englandas he addressed 250 audiences, ;j.,
Valentino and Terry inS
I night. +, g an authority'on' alcohol and the which were medical assCl&
- -: : Phone 107, Gainesville, Fla. I I4III | .3* Nominations night announced +. CONQUERINGPOWER human mechanism, as well as a very teachers, societies. and urganua .

f a.. ..._..",:.0 8 8i (for student body offices. 4 popular speaker on general,-phases.' of of students. '
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