The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00361
 Material Information
Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 1922
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000972808
oclc - 01410246
notis - AEU8328
lccn - sn 96027439
System ID: UF00028291:00361
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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Gator be : Chapel, l 4 Fl I Ion Sollee, Newton, Cox, Hare, f
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Heeling W 8 I Q 8_ 1 tor: Buckley, a Speedy Outfit. 1:


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i tart. Players Got Off to Bad sists and one put-out. Roach's homer A beautiful trophy donated by Hess rooters of the Faculty team, .which'; Team Composed of Captain Sol- t

and Lost First Round and Gray's three-bagger were the and Slager, Inc.,(Of the city of Jack- is probably accounted for by the fact]I lee, Newton, Cox, Buckley and =t
it>O;but Came Back Strong on feature hits of the Gators, and every sonville, is to be awarded at commencement that the "finals" are fast approach-]J I Hare, with Coaches Ryder and
urday, Handing the Stet- one of the team played air tight base to the member of the 1|I ing, ano Ire rats" would rather risk II' Atkinson, Left Wednesday i

j B tes a 13-1 Drubbing. ball.The I graduating class who has proven :;: the punishment from the Seniors II Morning for Baton Kouge, !

I w box scores and line-ups for himself to1 be the best all round athlete -I than the "flunks". from the various ;I La. ;

fbe University of Florida complet- both games are as.follows: during his four years at the ,"Profs. : I

F jher 1922 baseball schedule last FIRST GAME. University of Florida. 'I' Score by innings: I j With a snug group of five well i

Lay and Saturday when she split FLORIDAAB R H PO A E The Owj-n-Cutter Co., of Tampa, RilE trained track men, Captain Ryder ;

series with Stetson Hatters, the Bange, "If ..._________.2 00002) presented the cup last year which Faculty '.'". ......010 102 x-4 5 3 I t left Wednesday for the S .1. A. A. 1
tgsnz going to the "Stetsonite-s" "Blake, 2b _.__..______4 0 0 l' 6 0 was won by William _Madison, of ( Seniors ......_____.100 000 2-3 9 2 track meet at Baton Rouge, Louiai- f
[J2 toO tally, and the second gamo Carlton, cf .:....__4 00100 Jacksonville. I Batteries (Faculty) Beck, Kline, I ana, to represent "University of j

"g to, the Gators by the one-sided j Roach, ss ........-'_____4 01320 The decision regarding the cup this and Van Fleet; (Seniors) Spencer i Florida today and tomorrow ia the ;
eof 13to1. ;Ward, c ......._...____4 0 0 11 0 i 0 is faculty t and Hogart. Umpire, Rai Dickson. i events in which: all the best college, I II
t tt .. year to be made by the I
<'"the first game' Richardson, Bracken, 3b .;____ l:_.._4 00011 !t committee on athletics composed of } (i teams of the South will compete.-

toS for Stetson, was the-'pitcher Gray, rf ___._.:__...___4 0 0. 0 0* OJ i the following members: Beck, Kline, j FRESHMEN RULES 192223. The team includes Arthur Saitae,
1' :the Florida stickmen literally Mahannah, lb ....__4 0 0 11 0 0 J:' Leake, Atkinson, Van Fleet, lider |, entering in the "100" and the broad

ked out of the box a few weeks Hartman, p _____.__1. 01040 I White ,and Manchester.The RECKLESS RODENTS: j I jump; O'Neal l Cox and Rolf Buckler,
seemed toe Work If _. ....,__._1 00000\ 1 both in
5'at DeLand, but he ]! I I cup to be presented is one 01'\ Hear, heed, and hasten to obey the i entering the mile and half
here for vengeance for !; Dickson __..._.......__1 00000 I I mile; Hare doing the "440" and Newton
come the moat beautiful ever awarded to following mandates of your mighty
toy McClendon rf .. ..0 0 0 0 0' C who will "100" throw
held Coach Richbourg's nine --- !I any teem or individual athlete.on the ;masters the SOVEREIGN SOPHS. ;. run the the
; two singles and allowed only one I campus of the University of Florida. ; We know the words of wisdom areas discus and do the broad jump.
the Totals _...___..33 0 2 27 13 3 !
" part
.-' Over-confidence on 'It is unusually attractive in its de- naught to your immatured intellects I Each man is in excellent trim and
the Gators enabled the Hatters to i! ----- I sign and is handsomely -engravcdrI but nevertheless let these say- the coaches are well pleased with the

:::* good lead, and George Hart- I STETSONAB R H PO A K I bearing the following inscription \ ings sink deep, and some day you results of the long training and all t

3, pitching for Florida,,.played a 1 Hooper, 2b _____4 00440 I "The University of Florida Trophy !! may realize that they nave indented are confident of reasonable success. J

Tir game, although allowing a few I Lambert, If ..........__4 01200 II presented by Hess and Slager, Inc. I your marble dome. t{ Arthur Sallee, captain of the team, ,t
rt'hUs and two bagg,rs that the ;Higgenbotham, c ....4 0 1 5 0 0 (Name of winner). Best all round 1|; RULES1Freshmen ; believes that from th,,! reports whka I

ton agregation managed to bunch Murray 3b _____....__0 0 0 0 1 0 'I athlete for- four years." !I shall wear rat-caps &i he has received of the various enterinj ,

)he winning tallies. Markovitz, ss __..._...4 01321 Mr. Ifessftn writing to Bill Bivens, all times during the first semester.' ? teams none of them, with the exception 1.
?fcc first run, which was made :in White, lb ......______3 00801 I the president! of the student body, :;i II-Freshmen shall at all times Of two of which he has ))t J

?third frame, came from a "fluke" Cureton, rf ......_...._.2 10201 !expressed the following sntiment: 'jI !take I off their caps to members of heard, should be more than a match ;

:knock-cm Owen, sf ____._..___._.4. 0 1 2 O' 0 I I "It was my pleasure,*o.have visited | the faculty. for the. Gators. i

Richardson, p ..---_3 1 = _1 ..: 0 the University of Florida on last j j11W&dltY'.wftti [ HI-Freshmen shall at'any time be | Until recently there has been comparatively 4
;1 base, which fell .bear the sack,t t ". .""_- \ ,.j -, -0 'the Jacksonville Btelc-j:' able? to give "of the following information little activity in track ath- i
l before: < he could find the ball ana 1. Totals .______._..31 2627 8 3 | ration. We all very much appreciated ;; : letics, but under the encouragementand 1

it home, the! runner had made :Batted for Mahannah in /eighth. j!' the courtefies extended us there, and j II 1 Who is president and dean of leadership of Captains Alkisson
'.of his snare time and crossed Score: by innings: can truthfully :state, ar enow fully | (I each college. and Rdr-r the team has grown up
plate. Tb/ next run came when FLORIDA ._______000 oo.000-0 i awake to the possibilities of your; .2-When was the University foam! J around the little nucleus l led by Sallee. .

:eton ma :(to second by Owen's single and Summary: Two base hits, Richardson The student body of the Gator institution 'i 3-Name the staff of the military in tine it should become one of Flor .
:ye:: in on a beautiful two-base hit I 2. Sacrifice hits, Work, Whit, feels itself indebted to the department. : ida's most important branches of athletics. -
Bkhardscn. Markovitx for Double plays, Markowitz to Hooper to I Hess and Slager Jewelry Co., and to 4-Name the coaching staff. ? Florida has a climate that permits -

1,played a good game and su Stet-I White; Blake to Roach; Blake to Ma- Mr. Hess personally for this act of'' 5--Nr\B. captains of this, and last ;, training all the year and pro-. .
]in robbing the Gators of several hannah to Bracken to Roach. Total ; friendship which he has so generously year's major sports team vides men that can be brought to a
catches I Florida 9 Stetson 23; Left on I their Alma Mater. high state. cf athletic perfection.
a DYe! hits by making nifty bases ; shown toward 6-Name all letter men in school. i
tie small pop-flies that the'Gators bases, Florida 5, Stetson 6. Hits'off I 7-Know all athletic schedules. ; Track, like the University of Florida,

ocked throughout the game. Hartman, 6 in 9 innings; off Richardson 8-Know last vf ar's athletic record. is in its infancy, and the efforts now I

la the second game the Gators 2 in 9 innings. Base on ba'ls, FACULTY TRIrv1r11EDI I 9-Know all songs and yells. .being' made are only the beginning
back with vengeance that off Hartman- 3, off Richardson 1. 10-Know the officers of the !student of what ft- is hoped will become a '
ae spletely swamped a the Hatter crew,, Struck .out, by Hartman 11; by Rich- SENIORSTICKMEN{ \ body. : great success. ,
:hough' Cureton, of Stetson, saved ardson 5. Umpire, Jimmy Ryan IV-Freshman shall attend all das 5 ,

s team from a shutout when he led Okag t nine under !and mass meetings.VFreshmen j LOST.
in the ninth with a home run SECOND GAME. I I The faculty the leader- shall be present it I -
\* the center fielder's head. It was FLORIDAAB R H PO A E I ship of Prof. B.ck and Coach Rich-\all athletic contests, and without J t Lost Friday night one bunch of
treed after the game that Cure- Blake. 2b __________.___4 1 1 0 4 0 I bourg emerged victorious over the dates. I about 8 keys; finder please return to
rf .____--5 t 1 3 0 0 Senior stickmen in a hard fought ; VI-Freshmen shall be in their
had struck out in the eighth in- Gray, II I J. A Winfield, Kappa Sigma House,
?, according to the official scorer I Bracken, 3b _____5 2 2 2 0 0 I game by the score of 4 to 3 last !i rooms after 10 o'clock each night except ; and receive reward.F" _

had ba\ted out of time in the I I Roach, ss .._..........--5 2 2 II\0 Mon'day afternoon on Fleming field. Saturday. i

i. The error was not reported Ward, c .__..--_ .2 2 9 1 0 I i For the past few years this event VII-Freshmen shall use sidewalksin i ? CLUB.
I A-----5 1 1 0 0 0 been captured by the Seniors, about short cuts i
. the however, and I Hartman, If : has going campus; no
score by the I Carlton, cf _,:" -_........3 2 2 0 0 I I but the latter were defeated this year, allowed.
run not protested in the Law Building
p I Mahannah, 1b _=_..4 1 2 11 1 .1Dickson although. they outbatted their oppon- !I' VIII-Freshmen shall not be foundin t noon
ida team. Club elect its officers
( F to
the met
Hatters p ____._._..2 0 1 1 4 0 .ents. o' pool-rooms or at dances during the w-
the first inning the started on the mound for 192223. The men chosen were:
Prof. Beck first semester.!
the Gators a scare. when Hooper fol- Totals .______.__36 13 14 21 11 .1 for the Faculty, but )vas relieved in![j i' IX-Freshmen shall respect and I'!I I George Stanley, President. I
Qif with a single. the Henry Gray, Vice-President.
STETSONAB R H PO .A E the third inning by Coach j speak to all upper class-men. I
.' and made first on a missed,' 2b ......____4 0 2 2 2 1Lambert former covering short-stop. A final j I Freshmen shall boost Florida at J I I Sencer Roach, SecretaryTreasurer.L. .
ball by the first baseman Hooper Seniors. '! I L. Thompson, Reporter. '
0 the
1 by
_-----3 0 1 the last all times.
rally in
If !
the I
filled I
enbotham singled and 1 5 1 1 when Beck made a Freshmen f These are all fine men and of I
c __3 0 was cut short XI-Sophomores will remind -
and I Higgenbotham "I I}
** Florida students athletes, and will no
The course, good
0 0 1 2I second. Spencer and win
---4 1 pretty catch over of infrigment of rules
''Porters back of the team to 11Iurray, 3b :- : I I:doubt pilot the organization successfully -
were rf .....:----.5 0 1 2 0 1 twirling for the Seniors, pitched good 1 1I I demand regulations to be observed i I III'
took ,
however and the game Cureton as ..._.,.3 0 0 2 2 1 ball. Alderman sprang a surprise on j' XII-Willful or repeated infringement :: through the coming year.
,.fiIe aspect of a hard-fought foal Thk *--I Markowitx. cf :.:-:.__4 0 2 4 0 0I I the fans when he knocked out two Ii j! will be reported to committal: |I
contest for a few minutes, Bowen lb -___2 0 1 7 0 0 three baggers, but the real victory j j jI |lof seniors to be dealt with as eachj Friday when Storms defeated Mc-
leader, Ralph Marsicano, work- I White, _. 4 0_ 0 1 1 &,i was due for_ the most part to the ]j offense may require. Committee to Henry Jones in the final match 43. .
t1e mad and the band hit up the Smith, p ------ \0 Richbourg, who i II I Golf activities for this will
If ...L -1 O. 0 0 0 i excellent pitching of be appointed by president of the I| year
ge and Blne," while the Gators I Richardson__... 1 O' 0 0 0 \0) hammered out three hits for a total ][senior class. Dr. Murphree has given :probably close with this tournament
striteh xMontz ---- 'I Il'
,- out of the hole with a - -I of three runs. his approval of the above. j(i but the members of the club are looking "
a fly to right field, ana a popDrat 34 1 8 24" 7 6 Major VanFleet was on the receiv- forward to bigger things next ft .

baseman. From that time one Totals Markowitx- in ninth. ing end} for the Faculty and exhibited GOLF TOURNAMENT CLOSES. I t year. They expect to have a team '
for l'
belonged to Florida. xBatted classy brand of ball. It was a capable of competing with different 1

.. >n, in the box for the Gators, Score by innings____:_130 130 23x-13 curious a -fact to find that a majorityof The tournament staged by the U. !!'schools and clubs and also to enter I

.. d the visitors only eight tilts: FLORIDA -.---000 000 001-: 1 the rats were loyal supporters and: of F. Golf Club came to an end last the State* tourney. s ,
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: s most part engaged in that most im man I admire: more on the campus I Ia I tution it would seem that .
\ portant phase of pep, music, and so than David Rambo. I believe that might be made to recall suet!a
was unable to participate as much as he is broad enough to overlook these as th* Student Body desi1e4 I
Pete and myself in the yells. I remarks and to agree that in this purpose of declaring such fer fir
I I I it is principal rewarding cant. An election of1Icea t
particular case a could
IHLII OPEN As cheer leader I wish to tell you theu s
one who has worked dili- under the provision
of the many times that, Pete cameto relating to
cancies and
gently as an assistant.A no injury vitr
my room before football games would be t
I to either side
REMEDY.A as the
Ii and discussed lans for arousing enthusiasm RETROACTIVE sank
i 11I < I and pep at' the games. retroactive remedy in either or dates would be eligible fOr \1'1
THE RECEiNT ELECTION. fellow students for the honor of that I Please recall the formation of "F's" both of the above cases is to be foundin tion on the second election. 1\ in
I position during the past year, bar it during the intermission between the article ten of the constitution of suit of such action would mere1J te
h I.*. : ; Briefly stated the Student Body is an honor which r shall always halves and other ideas originated by the Student Body Association. the supporters of each candidate be

1 l. ; :election of Hay 5th is indicative of cherish as one of the happiest of my Pete. Article X. play rather than allowing a
college days, but in recalling it I of loyal and innocent
thje following deplorable conditions Of course I do not mean to discredit "Any officer of this associationmay 'te,
cannot help but think of my two swept off their feet and com' :
existing recalled and displaced by a
: : upon our campus the student elected last Fri be
running mates, Pete Harris and bewildered by a V.pc
:. I. day. I have been training for track majority vote of the members thereof. -
that rivals
j'A narrow and selfish interest in Charles Regero. with him for some time past and I ." Tammany Hall
{i ;I the individual reputation and powerof Charles, of course, was for the can truthfully say that there is not Under this provision of the consti- (Continued on }Page 2,8Ji 10P
I : our respective colleges, fraternities K
i': and clubs rather than a united fod'
: : : and active concern in the progress .
; and welfare of the Student Body as tit
a whole.

.f ; II. &
Itt i A lack of appreciation for the unselfish s

1 i work of worthy students who af
; j have labored diligently as assistantsin rTt s ;,tht' :: f.i.il t ;

: the departments in which they p
: 1 w,ere' nominated for office as heads
i i of their respective departments.III. I

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.. An unusual but UNIFIED vote by
students who have consistently shown
an attitude of indifference toward

: ( student affairs. Consistent indifferences / I
i not only because they seldom ____ WtMl t .c j' aRh
'r if ever, attended Student Body meetings r _

I I cheer practices, athletic gathers .. i,
)s ings and other functions during the I

... ;:! year, but also because as soon as
:+ they cast their vote last Friday they __
1 \ left the building, notwithstanding I
; the fact that the president of the

'. I athleitc association was attempting a
\ to make his annual report showing
1 expenditure of more than ten

l' thousand dollars of Student Body Benjamin G. Lamme .
: I[ funds as well as other business of _
: : vital importance.
1 ; A SPECIFIC EXAMPLE. J \f ifell Ullb at the Chicago World's Fair, inV great Niagara power plah, has:since come to be f I

,;a 1 A specific example of the resultsof 1893, saw the first extensive use of alternat- indispensible to ]large producers of power.
such an election is clearly shown inl(current ever undertaken, when
II in the defeat of Glover Miller I : When a man has played so vital a part in electrical l'
{ lighted the entire
grounds with this of
\\I the position of Editor-in-Chief of fOr.j type cur- progress that his knowledge and vision
it Florida Alligator. rent. This achievement marked the beginning ort have contributed to practically every forward

i It was 'my pleasure to talk with I hecommercial development] of alternating current engineering step, it is perhaps misleading to at-
.1 one of our alumni, C. H. Lightlighter for power purposes, and brought the induction
tempt to identify him particularly: with any one
of Jacksonville, a few days ago and motor into a prominence which it has never since
development. His work the induction
: : he said that he had been wishing for on motor,
I relinquished. Great and rapid have been the de-
some time to find an opportunity to .. the turbo generator, the single-phase railway
velopments since that
but the
day, most impressive
\ I 'write a letter to the staff telling motor, and the synchronous converter is but j
aspect of this is not to be found{ in
i ; them how much he enjoyed the recent progress typical of the constructive ability which Mr. 4
J' ; issues of the Gator for he sad the spectacular evidences that are visible to Lamme has
1 brought to bear on practically every
11 r, they by far surpassed the best ef11' everyone, but rather, in the vision and funda- phase electrical development.A .
1 forts of all past years since he hasI' mental soundness and determination that have .

been'acquainted with the University. been quietly at work blazing clearingthetrails man of foresight, visioning the alternativesin I

i In this regard I wish to say in preparing which the electrical art has followed. a problem as well as its hoped-for results. A
:i I the Student Directory last man whose mind combines great power of analysis 4
11111', :' summer! and fall I made a formal There is, for instance, the synchronous con with the gift of imagination.Aprolifictechnicalwriter I
survey of all former issues of the verter. This machine is the
most efficient and
whose style is in
Florida Alligator since the Univer- unequalled clearness and
: sity was founded for the purpose of economical means for changing alternating to simplicity of expression. Few engineers so

j I 1 gathering historical matter for publication direct current, which the operation of most thoroughly predetermine the results they actu- II

I and I challenge any student to street railway systems and many other processes ally achieve. Few men capitalize their experiencesso

find a single year wherein the Gator require. Without it, the development] of alter- completely. And few indeed have at once his I
,attained the merit of the current its f
: I nating current to present universal usefulness thorough technical equipment, }his commercial

!I ,year.Never befor.e has such a complete_ I would have been tremendously retarded. understanding, and his broad human interests.

':report of each individual activity The synchronous,converter, in its present perfection An institution which has hooded its success
been so systematically covered as dur- is but one of the great contributions to largely on engineering achievement
ria \ ing the'collection past year. Never before has of electrical progress that have'been made by Ben- G. Lamme affectionate loyalty; and pays respect.
the and publication
1 h :! news: been conducted with such. ef- jamin G. Lamme, Chief Engineer of the Westinghouse ; The young engineer on his first job, as well as the -

: ficiency. To whom should praise for r Electric] & Manufacturing Company. Mr. most seasoned co-worker, finds in him under

'; a great portion of this hard work Lamme, in 1891 when he was Chief Designer, standing, sympathy! wise counsel, and a con i

I be given! I have enquired of a number .conceived and developed the converter, which, science; to all of which' his.associates, in

I I of the members of the outgoing first used commercially in connection with the ing this article, are'proud to bear witness.prepar-
i 'It'j : staff and they have given me the I .
I I same of Glover Miller.
''Surely his defeat can mean no less .
than a vote of ingratitude by the, I

I = students for his unselfish work. i
rTo those who aspire to the position -
I y .,, of Editor-in-Chief of the Alligator #
i his defeat must mean: "No
.matter how much work you may do

,for your college paper, ncfw: matter
"how much you may sacrifice of your

'time and your pleasures for it, you ,- r .
I will) not be rewarded. s ELEC E
s 1 Still another example is to be r. 1

t { :found itf the defeat of Pete Harris .
.' .
i for Cheer Leader. .
At this time I wish to thank my : "

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' OPEN FORUM. in the order ballot to rather have than the privilege of" 1 .:..................... .... .... t
fixing such
aaUnued from Page Two)
l right upon the monetary plane f.
8f terse: i, the above action as outloud payment of fees. ,. ,
not properly! be taken by It t
is the active
I We, as Seniors, appreciate of every member and of working the Student interest j 1
l 1T rtesy of the ballot by which Body which '(
will make this school Good : i
swallowed express our prefer- forge ahead. The to ,Enough"is,
election, success of our student 1i 1-- ;l
closing but it i
; the body'is '
-BO tbe fitting that we engagefpeStical fees we not measured by the few i not good enough. ::1
pay by the
work we do. .
, fight in an effort to de- In other words the baseball nine Y .' -fin
...ke whom YOUR officers should by its active working interest has Porter's Fitform Clothes for young : :4

r-I.::'A FUTURE REMEDY. than done more for the good of our school Z il men and older men who want to stay .
J our Student
Activity fees could .
I\future remedy may be found inoearted possibly have done young. In the tailoring of these supZ .
no matter in what .
I devotion and loyalty to form of advertising matter they may ; 'I erbly styled garments the "easy way"makes : .
ia! mater; a policy of open, have been invested.So .
'i,mion rather than selfish ag- let us strive to come out of Z S way for the better way and. -' f ft

;;.atiOD; and a determination to ,our shells, so to speak. May we '- t "How fine can they be made?" crowds : !

r.OW() and vote for the best man each day endeavor to make the acquaintance out the usual manufacturing question _
regardless of college, II j
gibe place of some student whom + tt
home town, I -"Ho wfast can they be made?" '
r.jb,.fraternity or other did not know the day before. Let :: S'i < t .
. us seek to know and follow
i Ifbe constitution of the Student movement and every activity of every our Aiii; __ /EEirI i 'j ;
:.fa Association should require all University and our Student Boay.I x' ) WE EARNESTLY INVITE EVERYMAN

xn,to attend at least one third Unless we become devoted to our i"4 OF TWENTY TO THREE. !
j.tte regular student body meetings alma mater and instilled with its TIMES TWENTY TO SEE THE : t

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Eyes Tested i,. I ideals while we are students \te shal I

make unworthy alumni. Let us WE CATER ESPECIALLY TO THE 'I
L therefore adopt the proper attitude .
Broken lenses duplicated in one'hour's I while in school. I University Men I" I

time This letter is written without maMce AZALEA TEA HOUSE 'I I
and with the sincere wish that It
mya cause no feeling of injury or 1t
offense to 3 t ,
I sincerely anyone., 4I 4I __________ J'i
1 lA N- - ilb O W. J. BIVENS. i FIRST NATIONAL BANK !, ) !

I, ,' .ST. PATRICK'S. CATHOLIC- : CHURCHi i I Ir .SHALL WE DANCE TO THE_ I Capital, 100000.Incorporated. 1888'Surplus. $150,000 i! -
; East Main Street, North I i. t. i
ilMiiii t
Rev. John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector. Telephone 629 Shall this University of a thousanl
t tI. men allow a half dozen individuals
to control the elections for the entire
I. Sundays-Holy Mass and Sermon, 10:30: a. m.; evening ''I student body! Can three such persons GAINESVILLE PLANING AND COFFIN CO. '
services 7:45 p. m. t I so warp the; minds and feelings
of several hundred students until Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Finish Complete House Bills. I f .

Weekdays-Holy Mass"7:00 a."m.. I I,they meekly follow them about in Daily Capacity 25,000 Feet. Gainesville, Fla. r
any program they propose! Can
& these pull the wool over men's eyes .11.11I Et t
.f so carefully that they imagine that
. ... 4 .. 4 they-not the three-are the wily ,Ii
.. politicians? Can they! They can; SEE Ji t
Weaver's Steam Laundry I and,they have done so much with ai : Vidal Drug Company 't tI I

f1 -' FOR II I I'i ease We that must is wonderfuh admit that it was. well I I FOR DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES, I >

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\ 'Ckrrer Miller ___:.___..... .. .,. ..,. .--- ..---.w---_. ...Managing Editor UNIVERSITY MEN .- '. ... ,
. : ; Refer. ) ? Wray __.___i.,...... ...:-__.___.:........Assistant Managing Editor by Faculty and Stu- ., '., .. '.
. f j',, 'lard Sias' __..._....._"_. ".._' _.___.....,...---.Sporting: ,"Editor dents-Medals and Lettersfor

Hubert 'Weeks-_-__:_...:...'. .J-- ._..:..-. ......... Assistant Sport'' Editort All Major and Minor Demand value and style _. '.
t. '! Robert Pierce _.._.._.,.;:...._____-_..;...__.._....__ --t __.Society' Editor Sports for the Year Will be ...
t ; Harold Ktock ?__,.._::.......w:;..:_.__.________Exchanges Awarded. Society Brand Clothes ,.rHanen

( : K. K. ,Hansen, Ozzy Bie ___ ....... .. ..... .____.__-:-_.__,..Personals '
. A regular old-fashioned Gator Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox Rata: :,

i .', Entered as second-class matter, September 28, 1912,,at the postefike, at "pep" meeting will be held in the ..
'! ; Gajiesrille, Fla., under the Act of Ma rch 3d, 1879. Gym next Wednesday at the regular Are featured lines in the Giddeons Store. f
chapel hour. This meeting will be
I ', .t".Jk'tc-" -,:-Tbe Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year. the last, chapel service of the yarand Mail orders a specialty. I
< it is the planned to make it one '"

;, :T-; '; SUFFICIENT KNOWLEDGE. which will instill into every Gator .. I ",
who, attends enough of the old Flor- I

!f I *...:.,tn,, ,:.:.t. most disgusting 'thing in the world is to be among a ida spirit to last him over the whola ." ..

I group of people,.or within earahot of a few who are heatedly discus summer and make him want to. comeback
next fall for the biggest, year
; ; : -+ something'that they know nothing,about. In the average) in the history of the_University. HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING; CO.; ,

: ,restaurant'.. ,. boardinghouse, tea room chow parlor or'. "gi' asyt, There will be short speeches by
1 J 1.1 all the prominent'members of the
i \I ''_poon"_ there is always that select group, after every, meal. gathered faculty, including Dr. Murphre Ma- ,TAMPA. FLORIDA ,.

,-. in t... smelling'distance'of) the eats; to draw some one into a conversation -. jor Van Fleet, and Coach Kline. ...... ..

': -"about something they have recently read-up on;) tc Prominent members of the student f
body will add words of wisdom and
tnB make the inn c iit>'(fish') :state,his opinion and then make'a money advice to those given by the faculty

'Jb joi tofhim-rafrjeasfrtfiey. ; think that's what's being don The mtn..
Winners of the coveted "F" In .
,1 .word, ,"monkey,"";>of course,, ,' brings. on more talk. for this poor littlepEocentfellow !j baseball, track, and basketball will '.'
: is s'1 a)cbg in the wheel'that'grinds out'much of tht receive their letter sat this big gath- -

present'-argument' at least among many of the so-called wise I ering. The Military Department win
11I11 < award medals to the winners in the
,II :i' and intelligent! .men who. make! it the subject of their expositions competition which has been going tm .

i descriptions and"arguments. Here is what is said ,at the beginning through the year in that department.The n'"
medals to the winners in the
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; of" nine:,'out.,of.., .'ten of these meetings. "Of course, man Interclas sand Intercollegiate TrackMeets ;:: "
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came from monkey,":,or: "It is absurd to say that man came from will probably be distributed 4 ; '

::1111 1111 ,J monkey.. This brings in Darwinism; Origin of the species; Evolution alsoThis meeting next Wednesday will

and a great many other kindred terms that. this select probably be the last opportunity for I

I group don't even know how to spell, let alone discuss intelligently the student body to get together once ..
again this year. It will be an occa- < "
I hat difference does. it make if our great-great someo odds were sion which every Gator who i boasts '. .': ...." :.<.. <- .I "N' ,

peanut eaters, and what difference does it make if they have always the old"teat Harvard" spirit should < i *
make it a point to attend. Take It From The Air
I been human? Those who talk of such things better ask J ,

I themselves what the difference between a man and a monkey isI I TENNIS TEAM IN -
only music, but news, speeches, mes-
I today and then find out if they themselves have this necessary S. I. A. A. TOURNEYThe : NOT
U sages of every sort, are today being picked: :

I H ,,difference.A It would be a little better if these people who make University Tennis :Team' composed out,of the air.
these clear-as-muddy-water arguments would be frank and tell of Harold Klock and "Skinny"

I the innocent public? that they want to argue straight out with' where Williams they, left will Tuesday participate for in Atlanta the S., "How has this come about?" we ask.
them about the question of whether man ,came from monkey or I. A. A. _tournament which takes '
..;f;'t'T: ; The;' given to radio develop
; not and'then they would be in a pretty mess if the listener'would place from' Wednesday Saturday. : new impetus
Both Klock and Williams: are players :,' -'maybe definitely ''associated with the develop-
( ask them which came, $rst,, the Hen or the Egg or whether the J:
i of the first, class and have been -, ',. '1' inent of the high power vacuum tube, for that
\ Oak is in the Acorn or not. After all is said and done the only difference doing good work ,on the court all the And the
,: .. year. They have entered several made broadcasting possible. power
I J between, tea.man and any other animal that the man has meets already and deserve much tube originated from a piece of purely theocetit t

t ,'the power to reason and the others have it not. The missing link credit for their efforts in this sport. eel research, which had no connection widt"radio.fl. .
They will enter both singles and ,. cr ;,
has not been foundrgentleT reader, and it would be foolish for you
doubles at Atlanta. The S. I. A. A.
r to sit and from now until it is found when could belong When a scientist in the Research Laboraieof >;
It : worry ,. ., you meet will probably>> ,end tennis ac thet
= .. to'the "Sufficient Knowledge School" that only require a man to tivities as far as meets with other the General Electric Company
schools are concerned for the year. electric current could be made to pass through
f tIr know when he don't know anything about something.
the highest possible vacuum and could be varied
Kenneth.Hait, L. D. Stewart, I. Q. i '
according to fixed laws he established the priseciple
.. Thomas and George Stanley, in com- ,
;f!: r .. -",", ,: NEXT YEAR'S RATS -'. pany 'with Sec. George White, left of the power tube and laid the fouhdaticQ

-, Tuesday morining May 9, for the an- for the "tron" of devices.
: The members of the present Freshman Class, who will be group
nual State Y. M. C. A. Convention
Sophomores next,''year have drawn up certain rules and regulations :-hi Orlando. The- convention will continue
These .devices magnify the tiny telephone
for next year's Rats. Now that was very easily done and through, Wednesday Thursdayand
Friday of this .w ek. Whetheror currents produced by the voice and supply

has:been, done heretofore f ,by other classes and each year has been not there will be any special 'business ,- them to the antenna, which, broadcasts the

passed ,up and forgotten as easily as it was planned. The best ,action taken is not yet known messages. At the receiving end, ssnafet'"Irons"
Mr. White. 'There will, however, .
.thing that can be'done for the Rats is done just like this every by be some excellent speakers upon the in turn magnify the otherwise imperceptible ,-

year as a beginning but the' worst thing is to forget these regulations "Y"- program and the newly-elected messages coming; to them froin'thereceiving

I i and let the rodents run wild. We do not believe in hazing officers will undoubtedly bring back antenna.
some excellent new ideas wit htheni.
and appreciate l the fact that it is a man size job to draw the distinction They return Saturday, May 12. oat
Great accomplishments not picked
between what is and what is not hazing. These rules that are -
FACULTY MENATTENDED HORTICULTURAL of the air. Generally, as in this case, they'grow
have been passed're merely for the purpose of holding the new SOCIETY find out
from: one man's insatiable desire to
men to law and order and have some distinction drawn between MEETINGS.Dean .
the "how" of things.
\] the privileges of an old man and a Rat. Surely there should be Wilmon Newell, Major W. L.;
i Floyd, Prof .Rogers, Prof. Lord and '
,some distinction and the regulations drawn up to be followed by several members of the Experiment Scientific research discovers the facts. Practical

i the,new. men are not unfair or hard but quite in keeping with the Station staff wer/ present at: th_ applications follow in good time. ...;
thirty-fifth annual meeting of the
1 ..idea.of' way to 'instill 1 more and greater pep into the student- Florida State Horticultural; Society: '

body. It is hoped that every man here now will return next year Meeting in Lakeland. .May 2 to

""X rand(-* in returning make himself a committee of one to explain these 5. Genera1l8Electric ,

.Jlo..\. ,ies'to be followed by the Rats to them and see that.they carry. Photographs, but different. Made General Office ,C 9 flp ny Schenectad1.N.,=- a
new light Vansickel's Studio, South
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,JOHN MARSHALL SOCIETY AC. CLUB MEETINGThe tendered a' smoker to the faculty '

-:-- Wednesday night, May 5th, which
Marshall Debating So- WHY BUY A NEW CLOCK?
The Johp Ag. Club met in regular proved to be the most enjoyable occasion -
dJt1; held their last regular meetingthe sion Monday night for the purpose ses-of of the year, inasmuch as it i YOUR OLD ONE CAN BE MADE AS GOOD AS NEW

&ool year Saturday morning, selecting officers for the first quarterof was the last opportunity for a social 111 Bring it to
&j 6th. The newly-elected officersr next A commingling of the Seniors of this
year. snappy L. C. SMITH South Side
program Square
first semester of the nexteoOl with lower classes. :
the preceded the business of the year the "Ad- L- '
evening ,
term were given the cath by miral" Crofton presided with his ;

retiring president 'and t'ne,! O. R. Davis took the club ion a usual inimitable ability and gave the ,
iEBEiafiauraja I
installed. Due to an omisin journey thru the Hudson automobile address of welcome as only he can I
the election last week, it, waf do. With ,a hazy cloud of good fellowship I
commencing with t
ry to elect a representative for the office building. He then passedto pervading the atmbosphere, I I I
lob Marshall to the Debating Coun-, the caused by the distribution of the
manufacturing part of the Strong Safe and Accommodating I.
Mr. T. D. Sale was unanimously plant describing the various_ pro- smokes; a varied and well rendered ,

sicted to fill this position. The pro- cesses and machines (employed. The program was carried out., Mr. Hen- HSaHHfiRKHHfBBI :
.was then carried put, the first illustrations accompanying the talk dricks favored the audience with sev-
xstoer bein a;reading by Mr. W. D. lent much to its interes and clear eral readings. Mr. Carbonnell per- -
f Deiidge which i was exceedingly] formed on the hand saw, an act JOHNSON'S PHARMACY ;

tell rendered; and enjoyed by all. ness.R,: S. Dowdell gave a hair-raising unique in its originality, accompaniedby I I V Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods

Then a debate was held on the fol- account of the pleasures and perils of Mr. Rose on the guitar. Then he We guarantee personal attention ,to,Prescriptions. Only I'

lowing question: "Resolved, That ev- Bible selling in Tennessee. The pret- played several selections on the violin I purest drugs used. Low prices." Quality. considered.
married man in Florida 'should and the accordion, to the thunderous Gainesville, Florida.
it1 ty girls and hard boiled mountaineers: I ._ .. ... ..... __
applause of those An ----- ""' 4I
M required by law to carry $5,000 gave zest to an experience which otherwise .- gathered. .
1I!. Insurance for the benefit of his might have been drab end extemporaneous quartet, composed cf
lImUy' The affirmative' was up- tiresome. It is evident Messrs. Gaskins, Baya, Davis and ..
that there is DO BUSINESS \\'tITH- .
held by E.. D. Farr, while B. L. Jen- yet ample opportunity for socialization : Jennings, rendered a number of impromptu : : ',

sgs; Jr., sponsored the negative and reform in"*ertain mountainous I choruses, for the approval THE FLORIDA NATIONAL:B A'Xir"The I
side;, The decision of the judges-was sections of that State. or amusement of those present The ,. ,. ,

in.favor of the negative. After a The remarkable fact brought forth yodeling marvel, Mr. Gaskins, also I : New Million,Dollar Bank". .,Resources Ofer. $2..>OutOOOCHESNUT'S
delighted the guests with two of his !I -
ihort discussion of the policies to be
by Dowdell that the number
adopted by the John Marshall in the 'of"Bibles one could was sell in different numbers. The occasion. being in I' .- ,. ,V... >,_....
honor of the faculty, they were allowed -
fatcre the meeting was adjourned.
communities varied directly with the
I to speak by way of proxy, Dean t SHOE PARLOR
number of shine stills present. 11
> Trusler being: represented by E. P.
Ellis t ,
.1 Prof. Crandall by Frank Evans,
ELECTED OFFICERS: Dowdell" with a few .experiences he Judge Cockrell by J. C. Byrd Dr. Electric Shoe Repair Department Work. Guaranteed I ;
I enjoyed in the same work. t
Moore by Dick Hare, and Coach Kline SHOE SHINE PARLOR
Monday evening, May 8, the Ben-! Major Floyd, Dr. Turlington and by Duke Baya. The speeches made .
" Prof. Rogers honored'tbe club with ------ -- ----------------
I loa Engineering Society held a busi were perfect characterizations of the .
jltJll meeting for the purpose of elect- short talks- They all emphasized the gentlemen respectively representedand ..........................'......
kg officers for the first semester of importance of tEe Ag. Club :in, training were hugely enjoyed by all, including
I next year. In the absence of President for positions of distinctive leadership the 'ripcip .1s. The silver

! Sollee "Count" Yarnoff presid- in after Ife. tongued Bill Bivens, of soap box I GAIN SVILLEFURNITURE.CO COMPANY I
: The remanderof, the hour'was con-
fame made a stump speech, not as a
sumed in the election of officers, the
I.i Aleck Gillis was elected president politician but as an honest man, deal
!i iy'a large vote. The vice-presidency following men being selected: ing with important and vital questions : Victrolas_ and Records .
President-A. J. Geiger.Vicepresident ,
! vu copped iy H. C. (Shorty) Stans- of the present era. During the '
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R. S. Dow elL -r
: field. Heyward Braddock will handle intermission, refreshments consistingof : :
arid.fI'reasurerL ,D. I
: the,arduous duties of ,secretary-treas- Secretary punch, ice cream and cakes were : SOS I''
Stewart. "J \ D. R. Cox, Proprietor : : : Telephone t
: wer. William Parmenter was made served. The evening concluded with .
: official reporter. Nobody else would Debating representativ. -'-'.Robert t vehement yells for the "faculty,** i J'
: bare the office. critic's positionu Wray. ,. "Law College and "Florida," and "
: given to Dr.The Benton by unani- Critic-R., A. Carieton. *: YReporterG. I the assemblage dispersed amid'a general ...................*...........

: .aoua vote, and similarly by a unani- : A. MartelU feeling of happiness and com -- '- ...... -- -- -, ,. --
. BOW vote, W. J. Yarnoff was awarded The club- then fedjourned'install radeshlp.i .
! the officers in .their new positions.? 1 :. ; .. '"
ed place on the debating c unciJl '. i; I DROP IN I
,"which he has heretofore so ably' nilf : .:. ..it I Presbyterian C. E. wants to Bee ., ,

: 1921-22,:UNIVERSITY CATALOGUE t you Sunday evening at &So o'clock. I ono F STOCKTAILOR "
..aAtthe; meeting ,the new-born of- READY FOR DISTRIBUTION. I j
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i kea were Initiated by the mystic or- d ;:, .f
! oftha stair, a strictly. engineering Under the able; "di.tion of Dr. I The Jovial ex-captain of the foot- t v.1.; : .
.. tv j Moore,. Dr.fcrow and Prof. Blake.Dr. ball team, "Tootie" Perry, was with f
Roemer and Dr. Scott, the University the boys for the last game with. t ,I

,'fa'honor'' of their entrance into tht Catalogue for this "ear has made I Stetson, and did his part to pep up AlterationPhone Cleaning_ PresaiagI l'l'I '

"fraternity circle of the University, ita appearance. Preparing this publi- things and win the game. I 354 Gainesville, Florida j

, Alpha entertained the mem- cation takes a lot of work, and the -

:".h!,:f the Delta Dlt* Chapter ofripps4Sigma result obtained appers entirely worthy LOST--One watch-16 jewel- !.. .,-....... .- ...-..- o ss. ........... 1

. with a smoker at thei I home on Wednesday from.8 to 930. much credit.for their pi taking bordered : ace, $30- reward. Returnto .
: Representative members from each efforts, which have resulted in the No. 41: BacT man Hall. No ques-

Eternity on?,,the campus were also publication of. ,'this :most compact, In-- tions.asked.* $100.00 a Week!
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..!mvitd. It is the custom of Kappa' formative'catalogue. *
.AJPha to entertain the fraternity The publication is similar tq that offered, requirements for degrees, another d
terse: good fortune it. has been to of last year. The first part of the such matters. A separate space 1

! Ieeaie a charter ,from a national or- book is.given' to general information activi- is given.to,each college of the Univer AS OUR GENERAL AGENT DURING !
i ttaiuation. Refreshments, consisting concerning the University, its sity. At the end of the book is aToll ';

,:L*f crackers and coffee, were serve! ties, and the expenses that every stu- of the students attending this SUMMER ,VACATION s '
: &nag the course of the evening.Tie! dent, registering will be subject year, which is followed by an index :
this Is information regard- ..
, :&Hatr was declared most enjoyable
b1 all present. ing the entrance requirements, course -' t We have two unusual propositions whereby : you i,

i.=::::- \ -, DR. TENCH r can make at least $100.00 weekly A postal'will get;{ ;
t WHEN YOU EAT I Office Graham Dentist Building you the details of plans. Your time for making money; j a

at the O 4 W Phone: Res. Phone: 'is short; why not make the most of it? Write today
25SJ 369JI before you forget it.. '
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Gainesville ______.Mar 23 ...Fla.... 7 Mercer University ___ 5 .500
; Leesburg __ __:Mar. 24 ...FU.... 3 Philadelphia Nationals ..12 .333
J ; Winter Park ._Mar: 29 ...FIa._ 6 Rollins College ___.__ 5 .500 TVEAT'S OUR IDEA in making
i 1 Winter Park _._..Mar. 30 ....Fla_15 Rollins College ____ 0 .600 A .
t DeLand ___ __..Mar. 31 _.Fla.10 Stetson University __ 5 .666. .\ CAMELS-the Quality Cigarette. -

i i DeLand;...__ ._...Apr. __Fla.... 6 Stetson University ..__.. 1 .714 "
t ; JJeFnniak Spgs. -Apr. 5 ....Fla.__11 Palmer College .___.__ 0- .750 .. Why, just buy Camels and look at the packagel
I 1.1 DeFuniak Spgs. .._Apr. 5 ...Fla.__ 9 Palmer College ___.-_.:. 1 .789 I It's the best packing science has devised to keep
\ i Columbus, Ga. __.Apr. 7....Fla,... 9 Camp Benning ---._.._. 3 .800 I flavored for
I Columbus Ga. _..__Apr. 8 ....Fi ._ 5 .Camp Benning____ 4 .812 I cigarettes fresh and full your taste.
I Clinton, Miss: -..Apr. 10 __FUu._. 2 Mississippi College ____ 0 .850 Heavy paper outside-secure foil wrapping inside

;, Clinton,.Miss. ..._Apr. 10 _..FU.... 0 Mississippi College _._... 4 .770 and the stamp over the end to seal the pack
.i t Oxford, :MISS. _..__Apr. 12 ....Fia..... 6 University of Mississippi. 4 .814 .
; \ Oxford, Miss. ..._..Apr. 13 .....Fla__'2 University of Miss. ... _. 4 .733 age and keep it air-tight.

i J I Macon, Ga. _-........Apr. 15 __Fla.... 3 Yale ._... ..__..... _..m.m!.. 2 .750
I :111\i Gainesville _....+Apr. 21 ._.Fla.15 Rollins ........JL.: ....__..m.m__. 0 .764 l c And note this! There's nothing flashy abouj the

: i Gainesville ...._......Apr. 22 __Fla...: 8 Rollins __.._.._... .._..m.... 3 .777 t Camel package. No wrappings that do not
i Gainesville .........._...May 5 _.Fia..... 0 Stetson "-__m'""-- ..._......._..... 2 .762 .. extra .
i I Gainesville ....''.''' .....May 6 ...Fla.13 Stetson ......._..._.__ .......... 1 .773 improve the smoke. Not a cent of needless expense .
L } that must come out of the quality of the tobacco.
OUR TRACK TEAM has made good progress in mile and
/ half-mile running, making the formerin 1 ... Camels wonderful and exclusiye Quality wins onmerit I!

.. 4:40, the latter in 2:04.: He is .23 : alone. '
Short Sketches'of the Men Who years old weighs 150, and measures *
\, Are Representing Florida at 5 ft. 10 1-2 inches. < Because, men smoke, Camels who want the

i the S. I. A._A. _Meet. ______ taste and fragrance of the finest! f tobaccos, expertly

ARTHUR ROBERT NEWTON blended. Men smoke Camels for Camels smooth,
Sallee has always been, since we can I strapping Newton/ ,fellow of Citra of, Florida-the 181 pounds that big : = = I refreshing mildness and their.freedom from- ciga-- -

remember the king of the track. It we!all know. -is pushing Sallee. closely s retty aftertaste.
,, is he who has trained and encouragedthe for both the "100" and the broad -

others, who has captained theteam's jump. He has thrown the discus I ::.gL Camels are made for mew o think for them
and who has kept alive the interest 132 feet, more than the S. I. .A. A'
in this major sport. lIe leaves record. He is a Rat, measures 5 ft. selves.
us this year with an enviable recordof 11 1-2 and is 21 years old. ;
four years. He is running the #
!, 100" in a trifle more than 10 sec.
onds, and steps out 22 feet in the / IN
broad Graduating from high school'at 11. : t
jump-3 feet less than the
Tuskegee, Alabama, Hare came to
I world's record. Too much praise
us this year after a lapse of five
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be given tp this man for his:
summers. Without much previous BLEND
admirable four work herye. He crc asrres
I' training he has done exceptionally
I is' from Duval High measures 5, 14aIfleI "
well the past year in the 440. At
I 1 I 8 1-2, weighs 140 and is 21 years old.
I his best he has done the "hardestrace"
i in a trifle over 52 seconds. He '
I is 22, weighs 150 pounds and projectsinto :
Cox is the youngest of the five,
the air a distance of 5 feet,
I having but 18 years to his credit. After 1-2 inches. ,
g .one year of track work at Gainesville N. C,
.t 1 'High, he has had three years of
training at Florida and by hard work
The "Baraca Special" 'leaves the
I : has reached his present standing. He
corner of Buckman Hall about 9:30:
: ; runs the mile in 4:45'the half in ---- --- --
1 1.I 2:03. His weight ,is 140, his height Sunday mornings.Did I
\ 5,ft. 8.in. r
you know you coult make
ROLF BUCKLEY. your old razor blades ts good as new
1\ Buckley, who has had some track for about 2 l-2c each Ses Driggers
I I' experience, comes! from Palatka. He I in 36 Buckman. t ti \

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i ROLLINS IN TENNISThe :t* i j t-

GOODS ''II l t 'f
Drink at
Dennis Football 1
University of Florida's crack :
Baseball Basketball
tennis team journeyed down to Win- I
QUALITYSERVICEBaird ter Park last Saturday and succeed- I
ei in playing the Rollins outfit tn a ', -
Hardware Co. tire, in the 1922 annual tennis tournament I I
The Gators were represented, I ,
by Pomeroy, Klick, Williams and I
Crawford. ,
Lyons, Thompson, Vincent and .
Griffith played for the Tars. t .. ,t
The result of the singles s erg as It
follows: I Where Service and Satisfaction Meet I
ENGRAVED Lyons defeated Pomeroy, 6-0, 6-3. I II

Thompson defeated Crawford, 8-6, .I I.I
CALLING CARDS 11-9. Klock won Over Griffith 8-6, Z !
4-6, 7-5. Williams was victoriousover

Vincent, 2-6, 6-2, 6-0. ,
for young men The result of the doubles were as I -
follows -
Williams: and Klock of Florida defeated I ------.I 1............................ .4. f

Gainesville Daily News (Griffith and Lyons of Rollins. ] I!I. + 1
By the scores of 7-5; 6-4. Thompson i,; Everything Electrical Let your next Suit be a :
'Today's News Today' and Vincent for the Tars defeated JOS. J. SEYKORA t i J .
Crawford and Pomeroy by the scores : FASHION <<
of 7-5, 6-1. Phone 107, Gainesville, Fla. f PARK .

It was an exciting tournament 4 a r _. i f

from every standpoint probably. t. --- -- .. OR.. ... !'

S H 0 ES best contest was waged between I t A. H. DORAN ;
Thompson anr Crawford in the : \ FITFORM -.
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; singles, the latter being defeated bya I t 232 East Main, South J .

H B. M. TENCH H close margin. It was anybody's I, Bicycles, Accessories, ReI I .
game from the start, and not until : SOLE AGENTS
pairs, Flash Lights and j
Thompson made the last point, was
0 Gainesville, Q the game decided. Baseball goods. i. : PHIFER BROS. DEPT. STORE
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E .Florida E i Join your fellow students at the t : Gainesville, Florida .
Do sleeping in the afternoon.
your '
Methodist Baraca Class on Sunday
S H O E S mornings. Come to Sunday school in the morn- : !

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VISITING methods employed and the results ,
Latest Styles t obtained in last Friday's election F ]
,must grant the investigators a certain
Special Prices kind of credit for the completeand THEBQNTON
to sweeping manner in which- they 1 i
Now! put over the deal. I
Months ago these few men decidedto I .i
Loose leaf note books play a practical joke on the student ;
and Supplies body to test their power. They I
first roped ig three fraternities and
PEPPER PRINTING 1 I at the beginning of the year easily
COMPANY succeeded in electing for the Seminole Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco Hot and Cold Drinks
I I the men they had pick.d. Elate-1 X
.by their success they hitched to a
.., [higher star. Working through two i
il I colleges and using a fourth fraternity Agents for the Martha Washington and Johnston Candies .
J. S. BODIFORD succeeded In
;as a "cat's paw" they
and t hiding their own identity completely.The .
two unsuspecting colleges were
COMPANY- made to believe that they were instigating -
Druggists : Phone 32 a "frame" for the good of
the University and the glory of their

.... .- members, and the "cat's paw" was -
r used to large and otherwise inaccessible '
!I vote. A model ballot was also
::1 I NORAH N f added to insure accuracy among the

., | thnce-d lnded voters.In Boys! :
Art and Gift Shop J this wa ythe schemers secured f-Y; .
] Pktares and Picture Frames t f as we know only too well, a victory '
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sufficiently great to satisfy the most ;

J. W. AfCOLLUM & CO. ambitious desires- of the mbryo poli. When \

DRUGGISTS ticians.; -
elected, with one exception c-
They had -
In acksonvi1le-
every man on a prearrangedticket
Agents for had chosen several menhardly
Liggetts and Norris Candies fit for their duties, and they : f us If
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Caiceaville F1a.r where hardworking 1 i
had put in -a I
upper-classman should hare beena .
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SPRING AND SUMMER the position on every considerationof '
STYLES f seniority an dd?/oted service. us your wants. Mail orders:
I Made to Measure Suit and i Are we to be led about like a flockof .
Trousers; White Ducks aDdPJamaels | dumb sheep! Are we to allow :filled promptly. ;
Room 5 D ekmo. 1 Freshmen to stand where Seniors'belong < \ .
1 L g. BLALOCK B. P. ELLIS f -
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the fiddlers. may play *TK! Si ore AocommodaUr\A' .

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CLEANED AND REPAIRED I, The "Baraca Special leaves the '

All Work Guaranteed I eorner of Bnekman Hall about 9:30 .
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: ; : MAIL ORDERS BODYMaurice j'. JEWELERSJacksonville > '

,. ,. Contest Will be Held on FloridaMed'afe -

Tuesday, May 16, in. Peabody.. .

: 1-; \ 1 SOLICITED. Vice-President Bunnell and Chosen Landon for Auditorium.. ',' ". I Class Ringsand Pins.. Committees

J Fuller for Secretar -'freasur- The Freshman-Sophomore = Declamation in search of loving cups or trophies, suitable '
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\ -:- I er. tryouts were held' Tuesday
;t ,.i I night in Peabcdy Auditorium As i W for Golf, Tennis or other athletic events, will ol.E

: : Sport Shirts ...............$2.00. James A. "'Cracker"Vinfield, only four Sophomores entered, and f4 find'it an easy matter to choose from selec- N
1 I.' popular Junior in the College of only three were present, the only
i t' : : I Oxford Shirts .........___..$2.50 Engineering, was, ejected last Friday elimination was the inning downof | tion packages ,which we will gladly send upon

President of the Student, 'Body of the I the eight rat ispirant? "to four.: i (li I fs R E
approval. t
; Eng. Broadcloth, white and !
University 6f Florida, winning over< The winners: and theirsubjects: fEd .

I': I 1 brown .....:..... __..........5.00 his opponents by a good majority. 1 Brabston, "A Message, to Gar- -:_ "",- """ ",,___4._':'____"" !k"- -:.""".. "" "'!'- JI I U:
.. : I During his three years at the Uni- cia." '
White Serge Trousers $8.50 versity "Cracker" has taken an active Johft J. Hcndrick, "The Rider of ---- -- -=
\I i part in student activities. In the Black Horse." + + INTERCOLLEGE opN

Wilson's Union Suits ..$1.00 I his first year he led the "Rats" in David Weintrant, "Anthony's .Oration -' + +.
I !I .; ithN I: Freshman-Sophomore. "free. orI -. ." EXAMINATION SCHEDULE; ei
: Interwoven Silk Sox .__75c aH" that resulted 50 disastrously for SECOND SEMESTER: I DEBATING TITLE T
: ; I I'I'i Carl Wilensky, "The N w\South.; 1921-1922 I
i j the "Sophs. The other four rats who the +
I I Park Blue i gaye '
t Fashion Sport i rlran
I I Because of his genial personality |' winners a hard race, werel'.1'i'i'; I i --' -- *: i l' GOES TO LA'YYEm' :

'11 model ..:_____.... __________..$30.00 and splendid traits of character, his' L M. Pearce, "HoratiusVaV-, Classes Meeting ate
!:. i I wide circle of friends has steadily increased Bridge." ,: Monday, 8 a.'m. > *:

11 White Mummy Cloth $18.50, and the students have con- F. M. Harris, "Unjust National Ac- + Monday, 9 a. m. ** I Defeated Teachers in Final Debate jta I1ac

!I ferred many deserved honors upon quisition." ,, Monday, 10 a. m. *I in Law College on W& J

: Seersucker" Suits ....12.50 him. Last year he was president of P. II. Brinson, "Liberty' and :. Un- Monday, 11 a. m. *: i I nesday.

1 lIi, I the Sophomore Class. The fact that I ." lI1JOn. /' Tuesday, 8 a. m. f ,f. icoIK!
j Ij the Seminole, Floridals Year Book, Tuesday, 9 a. m. +I
\ D." Chellberg, "The CdFstt. 'bf4Regu- On Wednesday night, the 10th, !tht If(
i .. 1. will be out on time, an unusual occurrence lus/ i'-,:'\11/, e l Tuesday, 10 a.m. *' Lawyers defeated the Teachers in tk
= 'I. rs.
I'. '. is largely due to his untir- Sophomores who will meet the i + Tuesday, 11 a. m. last of the intercollege debates, waning "]
BEST-VALUES IN TH I efforts and faithful service.He 2-4 .*'
1 : ing winners of the Rat preliminaries are I' Monday, p..m. the Championship for this pea, e
I has now been honored, by the '!{ Monday, 4-6 p. m: I- The'question' was: "Resolved
1111. / STATE i Ellis Moore, who will give :VSyarta- tfcti fOB
-. Student body, with the highest posi- I + Tuesday, 2-4 p. m. *5 the United States should adopt
i ... I cus to the Gladiators; R't\C GJollins; Mat
; t tion it can bestow upon a deserving t with "Pyramids not ( ;" J. I + Tuesday, 4-6 p. m. '5 ministerial form of government, si- IWd

student, %nnd his many friends at the 4| H. Markham, with "AmCorr'; and I Date for Examination' 'Sliar', t to that of England." ;lat

ill:. I University are confident that he will i i! Kenneth Hait. The final contest wilt:1 +" Saturday, May 20, 812. eJ! t Defending the negative for .the JOT
successfully discharge the duties pf I Monday\ May 22, 912. 4!' \ Lawyers were L. W. Jennings W
lUll I come off Tuesday night, Majr\ Y 16, in E dohS's
'j'l' I this important office. i Peabody, when the eigh:..ijontestants I + Tuesday, May 23, 912. J Thompson and T. D. Sale while that
BAILEY Maurice Bunnel was elected vice- will rival each other .in 'tneSyV fforts 1 I Wednesday,.May 24, 9-12. *3 'advocating the affirmative from the

t resident of the student body and 'I I to win the medal. The'&mo pg order 4 I + Thursday, May 25, 9-12. -3'* i} Teachers' College were E. F. ifef -

Landon Fuller secretary 'and treas I of appearance was .'4'decd6d, by I + Friday, May 26, 9-12. 2>f 1 I Lane, P. L. Peadon and R. L. Hamw x

Franklin Street, Corner urer. Frederick Langworthy was lot: .' ... Saturday, May 27, 9-12. 3*" j i The teachers presented many good
Twiggs elected Editor-in-chief of* the Flor- i Hendrick, Weintrant, J}i/Mark-<: : Saturday, May 20, 2-5. -3** arguments in favor cf their: proposed b

ida Alligator. ;. I ham, Wilensky, Moore,:J3a\fy' Brab- i Monday, May 22, 25. f I i system, but it seemed that the Lawt .

i : The results qf the election. are as I ston. ,6\ .\),,:.. i Tuesday, May 23, 2-5. 1** I yers could always: offer sufn efit evi. N
Wednesday, May 24, 2-5. '!**
follows: The Rat Debating championshipwill i. i| dence in favor of the existing state w
I -Thursday, May 25, 2-5. +! of affairs to counteract them. The
IL..m Student Body. Association be decided next Monday evening | \
: j I a. ey I President-=James* A. Winfield, of in Peabody auditorium, vjlbpn the En- I + Exception: English I examination i-" Ie 1, contest was evenly balanced thruoo&&, 11U
1 I. -i foe Il sections be giv- i '
I O'Brien. gineer:Rats meet the Agfm, the .: j as is evidenced by the vote of ti}* 1;
tV -ie en Friday, May 26, 2-5 p. m. ** which two to one (Gt104I'
I Vice-P -Maurice Bunnel, of question, "Resolved, th -.edueat I ;i judges was
I \ + 1-All Senior examinations y .
I *'Universityo sportsmanlike attitudes prevailed, aJEe
th\ )
Orlando. tion would be good for
: I defendthe 4!- .will be given one week previous I' attacks being limited to argument el(
FiftEEN GA'fORS{ Secretary-Treasur r-Landon Fuller I Florida" The Ags. will
i y 1 of Tampa. j affirmative. ...,."-.,,..., I + to the time called for in t. The assemblage was ably presided n
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LETTERS Budget Committee J._ Geiger, i. The cub debaters, Knight :<}nd Par- the above schedule. over by Dr. Bristol. The judges' wee' J
AWARDED 2 All classes not taken .
care IDr.. DePass Prof. Buchholz and Jb.Ie
of Homestead; A. A. Gillis, Jf Ponce menter foT the Engineers and ,
-! of in; the above schedule will
--- De Leon, I. \V. Scott. of Dunkirk, N. ley and ;Alexander for" tie A..s. ,Brat-I + have the examination period it I Taylor.Dr. .
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At a meeting of the Athletic Com collected some good 4wK\/and amment. -> arranged by the professor in I Enwald is teaching the Mel f I
Faculty Members of the Budget audience is promised ente: i
mittee in the Y. M.' C. A. on Tues- I + charge. + !| edict Baraea Class. Come. and her
pommittee-Major J.A.. Van le Thus far there haven 'two rat I
1 ray, May 2nd, fifteen Gator stickmen t'l I I + + + 4 + 4 + 4 + to him. ;
sWson the En-
Prof. P. L. Reed. debates. Early in the i
were made the proud owners of the I It
Athletic Association the teachers and about
coveted baseball In spite of the I gineers
"t. President-Wade Mahannah, of Ft. months the Ags. defeatedFarr
fact that it has been an exceedingly j Lauderdale. f two Lit. The ap-o Lawyers defaulted' to j The Alachua Restaurant; and Lunch ct ,
hard it has been most successful c-\ 1
seasons one for th, Gator a sluggers-1 I] Vice-President M. Robinson, the Engineers, leaving fbU3 onlj?, two t REDUCED PRICES \ d

and everyone who made their letter'j of Tallahassee. teams in the field. 'iv. J For Ladies and Gentlemen
certainly deserved it. ![ Secretary-Treasurer- W. Russel t I Half Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot I
''King! of Lakeland. I Phone 507 Gainesville, Florida 1I
The following players were awarded ,j i I Athletic Board-I. W. Scott, of i i'I ROLAND MOSS.IS .
their baseball --.------ -------
letters Work,
: I j I' Dunkirk, N Y.; Joe Barchan, of
1 Ward, Bracken, Mahannah, Bange,Jacksonville'I I
; D. A. Rambo, of Orlando I 23 CAGE CAPTAIN
e Blake, Wallace, Carlton, Hartman, and Lawrence Case. TheMEDICAL

Dickson, Duncan, Gray, Roarh, Bos- Cheer Leaders-D. A.. Rambo, Pete I I w, ,' :SAt DEPARTMENT
well and Bassley. Harris and Marsicano. the basket ball
Ralph a meeting of
of the University of GeorgiaALL $
Alligator Staff team last Monday, Roland Moss, our f

: MOTHER'S DAY PROGRAM. I. Editor-in-chief H. Langworthy, star forward, who hails from Jacksonville RESIDENTS OF THE STATE FREE OF TU

--- of Daytona Beach. was. chosen to lead the "G-
Mother's' 'Day will be observed at Managing Editor-Robert; Wray, of ter" Cagers of '23. ITION 1

'the University Sunday, May 13, by DeLand. Moss, an old man at the. game, demonstrated Laboratories s fully equipped with,' latest apparatus.
a special meeting and program to beJield I Business Manager-Horace Wilson, his ability as a player
iof Starke. i and willno Clinical years taught in new and complete hbspital
on the gymnasium at 3:30 Sun- throughout the past season
May afte/noon. The program is as Y. M. C A. I doubt do the same as captain. Departments jof medicine and surgery under full time

follows: 'Presiden -Ray C. Dickson, of professors.All .
Gainesville. I + +' + + + +
Overture-University Orchestra. + + + +
I Vice-Pr sident-K. B. Hait, ,of + + the medical and surgical charities of Augusta and
Lynn Haven. + NOTICE. Richmond county under control of the Medical Department
I Invocation White. '
= -George. Secretary-i. W. Bullock, of Noca- thereby assuring a wealth of clinical materi-
Hymn--Selected. the +
I Iteje.! + The Alligator regrets al. A progressive School of Public Health a big asset.
Scripture Lesson. I[ Treasurer-L. D. Stewart, of + error by which it said_ Prof. :1

Prayer. I I Bra ntown.I Whittum used the Gainesville Entrance Requirements: Two years of college workas :

a Solo "Little Mother of Mine"-J I I I +' News as a model in his re't' ( _prescribe). \ 9 I
Ray Dickson. .: ,ANNOUNCEMENT: 1cent lectures in the Ag. Col- + ,I Ii

Address .., j I The committee of summer school + lege. Prof. Whittum ued:; the + For Further Information Address the i i

y Hymn-Selected. .' publications has made the following I + Gainesville Daily Sun, of +
'Benediction.Recessional. Green
+ 4 .. appointments: Russel King is to be + which Truman ,
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I editot-in-chief and Horace Wilson to t* Editor. -*"-;:. OF GEORGIA, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA IP
-1 be business manager, with W. J. Biv- f( -'i,':A i. :

.Patronize 'Gator advertisers. ins as his} assistant., 'o' '' i
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