The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 19, 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>]
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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GRADUATING r TO OUR CLASS.SENIORS, 'FI. I 0 f! '-d 1 a.All I. a t 1: o r ,4--. .NEWSTAFF..V FIRST* ALLIGATOR- -.* .* "*- :BY, j''I! I r


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lIMP AT S. I. A. A. I Students Hear Speeches, on College I FAR'IN PAST YEAR :, BE ONE FOR FLORIDA ; I

Spirit and LoyJaty-Let- I
lopped 22 Feet;9 Inches for. a tern: Medals and Military ---- --- J !

Sew l\Iark-Teant Scored Seven -R: Honors Were Awarded. I Many Important Events, Athlet- PROGRAM FOR WEEK i Dr. Murphree Predicts Large I f
Points Against Great t ic, and Academic, Have Contributed +I Freshman Class Athletic f
of I Pres. James A. Wipfield called the i i i Outlook Bright }
Track Stars South. I= to University's Fame -Prof. Beck 1
last meeting of the Studentbody to j Throughout State i OF COMMENCEMENTBEEN Will Enter Harvard. f

rte Traek team returned Monday i order at Chapel Wednesday noon. I j

Jja the S. I. A. A.," meet.held at l The meeting was attended by both j Many outstanding steps: mark ti!.P i ANNOUNCED : According to Dr. Murphree' tae' .
ton; Rouge, La., last Friday .and jVtaiday j t i students, and faculty and much 'enthusiasm progress of the University of Flori-la I coming school year will fie one of the ,

;; after having rung up seven J and pep were manifested :during the past school year of 1921- I I ''greatest in Florida's hi4>.or;. The
tZts against some of the greatest I I.jck Major Van Fleet was called on to 1922, both in academic advanceme :!II I Pres. of Emory Will Preach Baccalaureate -:new Administration building viail be I
.' stare- In the South. Five new j. speak, and he gave one of the best I' and in Student Body activities. Sin:12. : Sermon in High i( Completed in time for cormHerca-nenl!
:-ids-. were made at the ,meet in ,' talks on college ,spirit ever delivered the opening of the University on I School Auditorium Sunday j I in 1923 and will be one of the hand- ,

:ash Florida, Louisiana State, South I within the portals of this institution. J; Sept. 12 until the present date, "Fl!>?. j I i May 29-Olher Events WillI : somest buildings in the g.n It,is j

rolina, and Tennessee, shared hon- Praising us for the spirit we have j ida's" pathway has followed a sequence I I Follow on Monday and: Tues- built to hold 2,200 persona knc yen i
t;>. I shown, he impressed on us ,that only j of events, the importance ofi 1 day. j then will not be any too tar/P. I

Kirk" Newto not Florida made I by sacrificing for Florida that we can i I which may be realized by a brief |i iI f ; Judging by all past years, the Fac-
!'. mark of 22 feet 9 inches in the I show cur love and loyalty to her. glance backward over the year. j i ulty expects a freshman crass: 'next
'sad jump Friday which became the I Next came Coach Kline, who eloquently ] I Everything was favorable for a j!I Commencement week will begin on j year of greater proportions man ever \ '
;,record as no better marks were J Jide spoke on the same subject. It ; successful year. The University opted j I['Sunday! May 2S, with the EaecaUu-,i "'fol'eIn 1921 there were 1037 mea
in the finals. ONeil, Cox, the is not the team itself or the coaching 1 on Sept. 12, 1921, with approxiII f{' reate sermon given by Rufus 11.,1 who graduated from High Schoolof'which 4
'&>rs' fleet "bl 1 .fiejo' man," t took! i staff that wins football victories al- mately I I 900 students, the largest m--. | Weaver, Ph.D. president of Mere r ', 5 2 percent entered colli-j;: aarf
nth in the mile.:" Captain Soilee tho both play an important part. Its i! istration in its history. The first few |I University, in jthe: High School AuJi- ,,60 percent of those who en.*red cel- y

;:k fourth: in the broadjump: which I i the spirit of the college, and it is months were devoted to football, and ; torium Gainesville.The Class D ry lIege came to the University of F1 r-
t i exercises will begin Monday May; 2fr( : ida. This 1500
':SJtrpassed by Newton: by only] a possible to produce a winning team : the well-remembered chain of vic- { year men will graduate j
i inches, only by being worthy of it, he said. {I tories brought no little fame to "Florj j I II cheon on date the annual Alumni lun- I from the State high s'--hiv.ls! .-**nl
I Dr. ; will be held in the University if these statistics, hold true in .* ,1
Coach Ryder was well pleased] with Murphree gave the following ida. On Armistic- Day, the R. 0 Commons I' p. !
the oratorical
Rowing made by the men who statistics: There were 9174 high !I T. C. Battalion gave its first exhi- !will take place in the gymnasium. ,[doubt the ranks.dly of our student body wI:1ul1.: j
:[ie praise for the work i school students last year, and 1100 I i bition and review to the public, r-i- be .J
Day, with i
they beginning
t' an I I It is interest::>K to note in
graduates, 563 connection -
J:ted. In all of tfie runs, the 'Ga- cr 51.2 percent of ; fading from the University to the ;;(address by Henry Lee Hargrove, Ph!: ,
[ with this that
these graduates High School and Florida !ewJl'
entered grounds st
This both i'denfg -
ken college. i I i
i we:e the leaders D. Yale j
among j ( ) will begin ,
on Tuesday. ,more ct.il!I
men to than other
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is the highest and townspeople were stirredi any !
percentage of Statein
S wton hurled any ]
,... the discus for a I 1 The complete program, and th* I( state in the r''I''l" Although tM :
the Union. 290 65: by memorable addres by L. M.
distance or percent entered a
but seemed to be nerv3 (names of the graduating seniors, are i graduating high -. hol will
(M I Ins I[ men nn -
His best throws s the University of Florida and Price in the High School Auditorium
were judged as { 'I'II follows: i I ber than u..l,
1 f more u! : we may expw.t
the Florida State i (Continued en Page 4r.L I J
College for Women.
>7- ., tr.n.ckofici 1 Cox ROGRA\I--SUNDA, MAY 23 '
t -, _. ., .greater number of students from ,
ine b .
:rej and :B-ickly were all handicap- remaining percent attended 93 I .J. ---' 1 I Bacealaumat;! Srm* r-H* i. 'Ji.r i,jranrtfcorn f States and institutions.' rlo :
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fly different colleges in all parts of the : .J. + .J. .1 J. + + + + :
the fact Rufus
that they had had no W. Weaver, Ph.D., L.L.D snail ntaire of which
i i perc to"Florida"
i come
';rlous country, 42 of which not accredited. | *
experience aj; track meets t are I'I'I President Mercer University.MONDAY 'i every rear, attracted by
d dyere) not"on to all of the "file It is oui; duty in the future to :!I ** SEMINOLE- STUDENTS NOTICE TO ALL ++ j MAY 29. |,|i tK high tandartf in this institutten.
!nt rwording I exert every effort to cause all high Class Day Exercises.
1 + + i i I As regards our athletic outlook fur
to Captain Soilee the school graduates to complete their Annual Alumni Luncheon. 1 p. m.University :I next year' there i i4 hardly need tc
*1 The 1922' Seminole will be +
education in our_ o-n splendid State : .
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on Page 4 ] colleges. I + ready for delivery on the 25th + 1 Oratorical i
Contests 8:00 p. m. our FreShman football"f traveling
I teams .
Following these stirring talks the i I I 41 of this month unless some x'n4 I I
University Gymnasium the state, and that :
iMETRACKTEAMTO :; letters were awarded amid many | -forseen complications arise. It + t too TUESDAY, MAY 30. i iof I all contests Florida vs. HanmH greatest, r
cheers to the members i has been promised on that date +
of the basketball Graduation {Day.
' I' 'looming abovo the horizon, the >fJt-
'R EINA. A. U. MEET 1; baseball and track teams. The \{j -io and notices will be posted in: 4 Address--Henry Lee Hargrove Pi. j ilook is of unparalleled brightness. ,;,
4- the various! buildings and an- + I
tennis, track, wrestling and Continued
; j ( en Page 4 ,; As regards the faculty there will be'I
.. i I champions received the medals they nouncements .will be made if + I only one change in that Prof. B *k. r
(lecording to interview with i' had won. Woolen] sweaters given 1 + there is any delay. + .
an were -
will enter Harvard University to obtain :
Pt, Sollee of the track team all i to the gallery team, who defeated | > They, will be distributed ly + I'I'I I'to R. O. T. C. CAMP WILL i iI further degrees. Tis place will ,-
Rations point to the all the schools that shot them f Bob Little from the southwest + I
fact that tie against |I i' be taken by Archie Robinson formerly -
ie men who made the S. I. A. A. i i i and 'the trophies wen by the military 'i + room in the Law College begin-; + 'OPEN; ON JUNE 15TH! of this University, who receive

9 'would, to all events, make the !! companies were presented to them. 1'j + ning at 2 o'clock on the !','id'" I j t his Ph.D. degree at Harvard at the

? 'to the Amateur Athletic Union I After two hours of concentrated j + date Every student will be ici : -- :I'end of the pnes'!nt school year, and

ark Meet to be held at Atlanta, Ga., t pep .nd enjoyment, chapel closed, the j I I.* quired to sign for his copy and + j On June 15 the R. O. T. C. summer I I will teach English I in place of Pro!. I
May 22nd. i, men marching out singing the + notice is hereby served that any + j camp begins, and wilt end the last *tJulv. Beck. ,,, ''

3ackley will probably run the 830" i| Orange and Blue, and fired with the I + one wishing another student to 4 The camp will be held at Camp j As regards the summer school, reports I
JIe Cox will uphold the mile. Haw j spirit to make a greater Florida next 4 get his Seminole for him willhave + : McCLellan, Anniston, Ala., an ideal location ,! show that already all the dornrijtory I II -
1_try for first in the 440 yd. dash, year. 4 to send a written orde by + i'i in the mountaineous region of rooms of the building are tak n t

J Solke willl'un. the "100" and en- t 11 4 such student and, that student the state where the nights are always i I besides a large number of the rooms I

"the broad jump. The team will 4 rill sign for the copy si opts' !'rool. Seventeen men have signed jcjro i outside. It is thought that there will \

r e Sunday for the meet, which is f MILITARY DEPT. t H. + 1 i ii. from the Freshman and Sophomore be a minimum of 1000 teachers attending E J
*fetid! under the auspices of the ] Those who have tdterd extra + J classes. All the Junior R. O. T. C.nven summer school. ;: I
*&ta Athletic Club. -As this :sj, AWARDED HONORSCompany + copies will see Bill Fielding at 4 : will take advantage of the oppor I In the face of such optimistic evidence !

z rst meet of th; Southeastern 4 he Kappa Alpha House and receive 4 tunity. All expenses are paid, including I as! this there need be no doaotthat i

fccjation of the A. A. U., all places I + such copies from him. 4 laundry service. To the Jhniors I I[r next year will be one of Florida's i ii "

jfco'ss records for one year until t D ",ins Many Honors. 4All students leaving school + ,the srm of $1.00 per day will be: j i greatest. Think of the "Orange and : "

n.. Any teams or organizations I Rifle Team Men Receive + before the publication of the + ; paid. !:Blue" being roared from 1200-1500 !
Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, S. Sweaters. 4 Seminole providing it is ready' i[ The training program has already throats next fall as the "Pajama parade .- }
bra and Georgia, who belong to I 4 for delivery before the end of + ; ,been issued outlining more recreationin I'I I swings down University avenue ,
"_'A. A. U. are eligibly to partltl.1in I At last Wednesday's chapel e- er-I .b school and want their copy sent + i place of work. All work ceases at I -and draw your own conclusions.: f '

<, the meet this year. t I cises, the Military Department I 4.. to an out of town address will + i ,noon and"the afternoons are devoted i
Je Gator track team has been goj its. awards to the companies, squads I 4* be required to leave' 30 cents 4 I. ;:to athletics, etc. DUVAL CLUB NINE WINS FROM
through sttiff j and individuals meriting them by + with Bob Little to cover wrapping + Florida sends an excellent renrc5 TAMPA CLUB NINE. 1 1I
workouts every S
?|this week, and each man is enCoring : work this year. The following awards 4 { and mailing charges. This 4 j< >*n-3tive number of students, and it I :!
: to cut down hs! tim were ,made: 4 can be eliminated by having an- 4 j .u hoped thpv will always remember I I Duval completely outplayed to'?
.**tad will probably take New- Company D-Silver band on ban-. 4 other call for your book and de- 4* i old Florida while there. Many medals I'I Tampa Club and won by a score of

'i;Place in the discus, as he is a ner as reward for winning company I liver it :n person. If it is not .... .will be giv, n as a reward for merit II 15 to 6 last Friday.: The latter -ised
1i capable and experienced man competition, a small silver loving cup ready for delivery by the end of 44 :in all lines of sport and military Kenney and Wuthrick of Polk] county JI
ljhould show well. Newton t far winning the wall scaling contest' school, each student will be 4-1: I events, and the- Gator men should do for the battery in the absence of sufficient '

\t Drnpleted i'is work"up here .for this j I a small silver oving cup for winningthe .4' .mailed a copy free of .charge 4 i'their best to win their share. By I I players. Jimmie Boyd was, a 1
Land has home.. '. From the -tent pitching contest, a large ,<. The above plan has been san + ',,going to this college the men met.premier tatsball. He surprised they

once gained gone at ,the :A. A. U.the silver cup .making the highest av. ,4. tioned by the auditor f..the + I college i if men from ths schools, and by 1 y[fans with several home runs. Bill J

; boys should: make1'a' much erage" score jon the rifle range. ,< ,University.s. -. :.- ,4j j associating; with them and competing jBivens lost out in the field after;se7jeral. -
This has possession of the 1+ -', + ;against them, get a value other than- .attempts to get his "cap" in position. -
showing the! company
than they'did' nt '
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jt : MAY 19, 1922 50c PER I Bertie
i VOL. NO. 4 '
I COMMENCEMENT. turist for the Lakeland Highly

1 Alumni Supplement is prepared and published by the Alumni Corporation, read a paper on Co) t
; Tb.e writer has just returned from 'I nation of Grove Practices at the Hfc

; a trip and finds more than the usual Association of University. The Alligator staff and the Univer ticultural Society meeting in L:,-

,' : {! amount of interest in Commencement sity authorities assume no responsibility for anything publishe din the land on May 3rd.
: is.; week and attendant festivities on the I' '05-F. W. Buchholz was
I i : part of the alumni. It seems that ttll'I' Alumni. Supplement.THE elected vice-president of the Gail
i grads and former students are planning yule, Board of Health. Look M

'I'; to return. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDAPAT I flies and mosquitoes! ,
I' Two classes are to have their regular '06-W. I
L. Floyd
: reunions this the class of V. Pres. B. R. COLSON, Secty. attended the B*
year JOHNSON: Pres. HARRY W. THOMPSON: I ticultural Society in Lakeland !
I '17. The officers of &f
12 and that of
Kissimmee, Fla. Pensacola, Fla. Gainesville, Fla. t 3rd and 4th, 'where he was waraly' I
classes making for
these are plans
; tf welcomed by a host of his former I
; the reunion and these two classes! will
I dents! who are" now making good
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: ; probably be back enmasse. In : ldi- I
COMMENCEMENT CALENDAR.- paigp for $1,000,000; Colgate University horticulture. ,
of ture. Nothing will make them ri-
tion alumni not members
't I i many which sought $1,300,000 andreceived
; either of these classes have signified solve more firmly to attend an out 1 r '10-New Arrival-Capt. and lf.. !
of state university than a bunch of I $1,609,296; and Wesleyan E. T. Bar o announce the arrival
: : their intention of coming. I Sunday, May 28. ;'University of Connecticut which rais oft(
Many important matters will come lifeless alumni. j I 11 a. m. Baccalaureate Sermon, ten pound boy at Walter Reed )h t-

before the alumni at their business Think it over.HELPING. I High School Auditorium, Dr. Rufus I:[ed 000,000.$3,172,547 Thirty in institutions a campaign reportedthat for $3- pital, Washington, D. C., Wednes&j,

I meeting following the alumni banquetat W. Weaver, President Mercer\ University their funds had been oversub- May 10. The little fellow will !fe

one o'clock Monday. The matter ALMA )MATER. Macon, Georgia. t ;scribed. t christened Barney Martin.-.Ge .

of the proposed Memorial Library Monday, May 29. I i! ville Sun.
: t will come up for discussion at that I "How can I be of most help to Alma 10:30 a. m. Junior and Senior Oratorical -j 'RAY OGILVIE BACK i "'11-A. S. Crews of Starke is t
: time. Also 'President Pat Johnstonhas Mater?'" is a question that many a Contest for Board of Control t FOR SUMMER MONTHS 1!candidate to succeed; himself as pre.
: a plan for a complete reorganization "Florida" man has asked himself. Medals, University Gymnasium. cuting attorney in the 8th ja&sl I
; of the Alumni Association and Sometimes it may appear as if con- 1 p. m. Alumni Banquet, followed 1 Ray Ogilvie, former Universitystudent I circuit of Florida. D. M. Buie, 1 1!,

numerous other matters will be set tributions are the only things those : by meeting of the Alumni Association, and Gator baseball star for i and one other are opposing him.
tled. Hon. Frank Jennings, formerly of. j I
interested in the University think University Commons. '
I 11 Pat Johnston
returned the was recently
several to
a member of the Board of Control and This, however, is not the case. i! 8:15 p. m. The Three Musketeersa years i f a member of a committee,
yesterday from Georgia,
Speaker of ihs last session of tae I members of the Military: ': i
play by
One that be of mot; with Tax
way you can where he has been attending the ; confer Commissioner Drr-
Legislature, will deliver the main' help to Alma Mater, brother alumnus, I Department, University Gymnasiarn. j Southern College of Pharmacy. I# son about the Osceola county taxes.
speech. A true friend and able is to work the graduates of I Tuesday, May 30. II I II j '
on your 12Thos. W.
will in Gainesville Bryant, lawyer aF?
COUll-I I II "Ray" remain
selor, he is always worth I I 10:30 Graduating Exercises, j i
local high school to see that the : a. m. during the summer, he stated last ; Lakeland, has been nominated by the
I Glance over the Commencement (University Gymnasium. Baccal lure- I
brightest students, the best debaters, to "No Fence League of Polk Cwaty
night, returning the Georgia capi-
Calendar in another column and make !'I Address Dr. H. L. Hargrove, i
the speediest athletes and the bes: ate by
tal about the first of September to i for the legislature. The "No FeMe"question
) your plans to come. I all round fellows come to the U. of I Head of Government School, China. continue his studies. I is a very live one in Pelt
F. Find out what boy's plans for | Conferring of Degrees, Award of the I
a The arrival of Ray Ogilvie :will be county and a hot fight is predicted
WHAT THE STATE CAN EXPECT. life are. If he is planning to study (Medals and other prizes. '
o : Annual"Junior heralded with much joy by the local 12-0. S. Miller, lawyer, formerly
medicine, let him know that have j 9 p. m. to
I we } = baseball fans as he will be a strong of West Palm Beach and Jacks
Graduating Classes, University Gym-
f strong pne-medical ourse. If he is (
vine has locate4 in Hawhaven -
1a ,
The State invests a considerable I nasium. addition to the Gainesville team now
) planning to'study law, let him know i i
j i: sum of money in each student why [I II'i being organized by Coach Kline. He ; for the practice ()f';law.
!of our law school that it is the stron,*- II '
attends the U. of F. Can she not expert i I I is an outfielder and one of the best 13-Robt. S. Blanton, county wI
I I I est south of Virginia and the peer of I all she I I of Public Instruct *
from them something in return the way his patients are, all-round players that the University perintendept
We believe that our educated men !'any three year course in the nation. ;'said. "No one will do except Dr. i has turned out in a number of years. I Pinellas county, in common wtt
J If he longs to shine in athletics, :lt
should be the leaders in public service 'I I I Rowlett. I never saw the like. Pa- t tI Gainesville Sun. many others is having a terriNt
IIII!III ./ and civic betterment. They him know that we play Harvard next I dents insist on his doing thwon; I I struggle with finances. Tax refc "j
I year and that we play regularly the them to to aj WHAT TWO EAST FLORIDA SEMINARY needed.
should study the many perplexing :when he wants go I Ij i
problems that confront our state and I biggest schools of the south. j specialist." That is a pretty strong I II BOYS ARE DOING '13-F. M. O'Byrne attended thet

; always be in the forefront in ev.! y Sometime ago J. L. Hearin '1; i endorsement, in't it?" IN CUBA !t Horticultural Society meeting jlI
1M !, move for the betterment of conditions. I wrote in proudly that every boy I l lI I Lakeland from May 2nd to 4th, ire.

II : They should register, pay poll tax and j graduating from the Quincy High I AMERICAN( COLLEGE CAMPAIGN Editor Evening News: elusive, and court in BradentowB J&7
i vote and should always make their School was going to the U. of F FUNDS TOTAL $118,760,800 I'I'I The following is takeji from the I 9th to llth. He is also a mesitefj'j

influence felt for the best in the race: I Recently we heard the same rep,,t I it I columns of the Havana Cuba Evening I j the Gainesville Board of Health *-1

; regardless. Many perplexing problems I from this 'ear's class in the Tallahas- I I News and may prove of interest to IF. W. Buchholz and others.
I see High School, where Mr. R. :M. Athens, 0., May 18.-Campaigns Poi
1111 face our state, among others tax 4' some cf your readers.J. '14-J. Hardin Peterson,
Kilt' : reform, reforestration, tick eradication I i Sealy '11 is principal. That means 'for funds conducted by the alumni Qf O. ANDREWS. county's successful prpsecutinj w

:III state division and good roads. I work on the part of some one-aud American colleges, either now in pro- "Lykes Bros. Shipping 308,000 Sacks torney, is the proud father of a bit

These questions should be studied b;; it's good work for Alma :Mater. A gress or recently completed, total of Sugar to European Ports.. girl, pow a month old. ;
"Florida" men and "Florida" men I( Florida boy should be educated in $118,760,000. This information was j "The firm of Lykes Bros., Shipping '14Wm. H. Schultz was f.

should help) to solve them. If a man i II e' Florida with, the men he will associate secured through investigation by the Agents, have closed contracts for the prominent in the State Florists oat-

I' uses his education for his own selfish with in after life, :, Ohio University Alumni Association: I shipment of 308,000 sacks of sugarto ing at Lakeland May 5th. Sds&f!

f I advancement alone, the state has I If the U. of F. is to make the pro- which is now raisng $300,000 for a I European ports, as follows: one of the most successful florist t *
., that she ought I memorial auditorium. One hundred i
Florida must
i j made a bad bargain. gress war On the steamship Kalimba, 50,000 the State. -
train her most able men at home colleges repott the amount actually i sacks in Havana and Cienfuegos. On '14-John R. Springer has rem

I O1llt1 WAKE UP, ALUMNI.( rather than send them north. I' 'raised to date in their campaigns the steamer Swamby 50,000 sacks built himself a home at Orlando. .
I It's to the local alumni. To I $89,796,525. J J'I
up as | from Nuevitas and Matanzas. On '14-David L. White, who .
I Recently the editor was eating his I work efficiently they should ngank3.Let's i ..Nearly every State and private institution the steamer Onega, 50,000 sacks from charge of the revetment $*& ,
supper in the dining room of a hotel do it, Gators. I has raised a fund, the only 11 Cienfuegos. On the steamer Servian I Natchez; Miss.", has been mare 1 fjI:

in South<<.? Florida while the businessmen i three endowed colleges in the coun- : Prince, 50,000 from Chappara and having his hands full recently.. :
of the town were tendering a I DR. ""; M.( ROWLETT. JR., '01. j try which have not indulged in a I j Matanzas. On the steamer Wascona, 'l4-Guy H. Wilson is tray

supper to the boys of this year'*I The writer was recently seated in ; large campaign for funds being ,Reed I 50,000 in Cardenas. On the steamer the International Harvester C ,

graduating class from the local High! i a waiting room in Tampa mainta'n.J I College, Portland, Oregon, Rice Institute Fullarton, 32,000 acks in Cienfue- of Jacksonville. i

SchooL During the evening the I in common by a large number of Houston, Texas, and Drake I KOS. On the steamer Lake Floian, '15-R. D. Bowers is in the .

toastmaster called on each boy in'' physicians. While waiting his turn University Des Moines, Iowa. j 25,000 sacks in Cienfuegos." ance business with the Ga'

turn, asking him to state his plans for to see a throat specialist a couple of Twenty-six universities and colleges l- Dr. Lykes, the father of these gen- Insurance Agency. u-J

the future. It seemed that every boy mien came in, one of whom apparentlyhad are now building war memorials. i tlemen, lived in South Florida, pos- '15-F. F. Halma is to *****:"

was planning to go off to college, and just. sustained a serious accidentto I, Georgia is erecting a $500,000 war I i sibly Tampa, and was a pioneer cattle doctor's degree from the Uai ;

the editor heard the name of almost his hand as it was freshly bandaged i memorial hall; California, Illinois, !I Ii exporter to Cuba, where he purchased of California this June. FDM

every school from Georgia Tech to and fresh blood showed on the I i Kansas, Ohio State, Nebraska, and j large tracts of grass lands, and established Fritz.
YaLe mentioned, but he listened in :bandage. :1 Indiana are each building a memorial : ranches. The young men I '15-Sam P. Harn, who is T/IfI:J

vain for one mention of the Univer- i! "Is Dr. Rowlett in?" asked the I stadium; LaFayette, New Hampshire, i" have kept the business going, and I inspector with the State Planf

sity of Florida. An appointment called i man. "Not yet," said the lady ini Williams, and Pomona are building I have increased their holdings in sev- is at present stationed at Mi* i.:

;: him away while there were still two i charge. "When will he hs down" I memorial athletic fields or gymnasia; j i prosperous line of steamships, and fore leaving Gainesville Sam ei

fi" boys to be heard from; but too j: asked the man. "I want to see l Mm j Kansas, Missouri, Wisconsin, Iowa j are immensely wealthy. Three sacks house to Major Vao Fleet.

thoughts that came to the editor were right[ away." "I can't tell you" r State, and Purdue are building memorial 'I of sugar weigh 325 pounds each, '15-R. F. MaGuire, attOTg

these: "Where are our local alumni? I plied the lady. "I am quite sure he student unions; Lehigh is '|; from which it will be seen that there Orlando, is a candidate for the '

Why aren't they giving this "feed," I won't be down for several hours yet building a memorial administration I are 100 million pounds of_sugar in of prosecuting attorney to ;

What. has been done to line these bays possibly not till afternoon. Dr. Bj building, Union a memorial chapter,1 these shipments. county. Orange county wD ,

up for the University of Florida"! i j is in his office and could care for you. Kentucky a memorial auditorium; I gJod'Qne if :Maguire wm!. =4
There is nothing that would influence "No,"* responded the man as he left Johns Hopkins a memorial dormitory. I ALUMNI NEWS :NOTES 15L. B. Newman :s mayor* .

them boys more than a good live:local the room "No one will do except Dr. Among the most successful recent tusville', Florida, where he i* prtfI, .

Alumni Association that would Rowlett" campaigns reported acre those conducted 1900-J,Wm. Blending'of Fort My- ing law. -

give them a arood banquet and talk to The young lady turned to the/ writer by the University of Georgia ers attended the State Bankers' meet- 'IS-H. C. Petteway, as B 1<<.

I tbrra about their plans for the fu- with a gesture of despair. "That's which raised $1,237,000 in a cam ing in Gainesville April 21s$ and 22nd. (Continued from Page S)



,- ALU31XI :\"E'YSOTES I A brilliant 'and beautiful !r rI r -

:::- --- I was that of Miss Kathleen Mercedes wedding j:.................................... ........

Continued from Page Two.rakeland I Miller to Mr. Herbert Giles Powell] at !
gave the address of welbme the Holy Trinity Episcopal church"; if
to the State Horticultural Society 'I Wednesday, May 10, at six fortyfive'o'clock. '! I. Ii.
on May 2nd.'ISE. j I 1

S. Ttaxter, cashier of the I Mr. Henry Tribble of Cocoa was & "Good Enough" is f

Sank McIntosh, was in attendance 1 I the best man. :; ,.. i '., r
at the State Bankers' meeting in I I Mr. Powell served in France for not good enough -vin
Gainesville April 21.'ISR. ., _.
two years during the war. A host f
I .
E. Hamrick is practicing friends
!aw and selling insurance at Okee- I '20-Reeve extend Lee congratulations.Sensabaugh, who is : Porter's Fitform Clothes for young e .

.:h bee City. j i employed as a chemist by the Florida \ men and older men who want to stay .
'16-G. B. Knowles, at- :
prosecuting | Citrus Exchange at Tampa, attended : ,1 young. In the tailoring of these sup- .
;.orney in Manatee county, has re- I the Florida State Horticultural Society -
r-ently moved his office into the First I meeting at Lakeland May 3rd )" erbly styled garments,the "easy way" :

rational Bank Building. His new of- and 4th. Ip makes way for the better way and .
ice will probably be the best equipped I '20 Jafties
law office in the county. K. Sparkman has an i "How fine can they be made?" crowds : ;: t
I orange grove at Dover, where he .
'16-H. K.. Oliphant, Jr., attorney d out the usual :
I spends a good part of his time. He manufacturing questio'1.
;>If Bradentown, Is the proud father of I : ,
attended the recent of "
I meeting the -"Ha wfast can they be made? : !
itt eleven old daughter, of Horticultural Society in Lakeland. /
hkh the editor has just heard. I '20 Hart I ;
: Stringfellow has
'16-Herbert S. Sawyer, of Sara- I ed position with the accept-I: r WE EARNESTLY INVITE EVERYMAN :
;iota Florida, a member of the firmf gineer of Glades I
> Knowles & Sawyer, is a candidate I' headquarters Moorehaven.county I: /15' \ / ', OF TWENTY TO THREE. '

:Q I the office of prosecuting attorney '20-Robt. L. Westmoreland is a I. i/I TIMES' TWENTY TO SEE THE : :
.n Sarasota county. traveling salesman for Wilson & -
17- is the Toomer Fertilizer Co. with ?
headquarters -
successful proprietor of the "Lake- 't at Orlando. : j 1 t ::9t SUGGESTION THAT THE roP.TER : ;

'and'Growers Supply Company," has *20-Owen E. Williams, attorney is I .y'I'' LABEL IS AN ADDITIONAL
111 eight months old boy, of which the I' Post Commander of the American I I TF .
editor has just learned Legion at Bartow. : GUARANTEE OF UNQUALIFIED +
*!$-Wallace L. Tervin of Braden- 3 : .' l ,
I 20 Malcolm N. QUALITY. '
fancy, B. S. C. E., .
town 19: a candidate for the .legisla will be married on Saturday May 27, -.\ .*
ture'from Manatee county. So far' to Miss Annie Mae Mitchell, of Whit- : -
< . _
} '
he; has no opposition. mell, Virginia. At home after June ,:' F '.
-Major J. M. Tillman has been 10th, at Edentcn, N. C. ) S fit "',,-,ln'/f. .. _:.- <:... ;}I'. .. .
;: -. ... '
handling the Winter Haven territory FORMER > "o"1-f. ."J- .
STUDENTS Everything Men and Boys Wear ; ; .
to satisfactorily fot the A. A. Chemical -t F. S. '07-R. M. Whidden (Bob), is ,,. ._.>.-i t. '.
( Company that they have added to farming at Lakeport on Lake Okee- ":,. ,--' ..r....:,' t.'.:''
it the Scenic Highlands ridge from chobee. f/.

Haines City to Sebring. '11-Herbert Felkel, editor of the .. '.i tJ 1:1.: :
'18-Clarence B. :Maloney took an St. Augustine Record aDd presidentof ti .

extended cruise through Florida Waters the Rotary Club in the "Ancient t.-'] tt,+

daring the past winter and City,".was in Gainesville during the .. ;- .j'.
'; :l. .t" .
spring on his house boat "Alcna." He State Bankers ,
meeting April 21st : ,
'i.- >, f" : 'i. ,., I
the "
tame: East Coast and .
over 13-Ralph M. Bishop is farming 0
b the West 4 Jacksonville, Corner Bay and Laura V t .4
Coast _via the canal Lake and raising an avocado grove near .. t"i.! \ >
Okeechobee and the Caloosahatchee. Ritta. '< "' .
'19-Ralph Stoutamire is to .
secure 13-Harold Crews is manager of t '
I leave 2f absence from the Experi the DeSoto i I-
County Sub-Exchange,
ment Station this summer and willtake l L filiated with the Florida Citrus af.'I'I

an advanced course in journalism change. I :..... ............................................

at Columbia. '13-F. H. Butler is with the Fruit j t tI _. :, ,i,
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W. Dalton is in the tobacea -. Growers Express Co. with headquar- Ih------
business' with his father In I i was formerly cashier of the Ficst- I j iI i\\
Tampa.:j I ters at Thomasville, Ga. Recently he I
'20-Robt. E. Nolen is farming. at has been at Moorehaven, Florida. proof Bank, is now cashier of the J
'Fellsmere. '15-Chas. Edward Reed, Jr., who f newly organized State Bank at Win- I GAINESVILLE PLANING AND COFFIN CO. : ,\
f ter Haven.

I Ii i TUCKER F. S.-GREENE'16 I Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Finish, Complete House Bills I : 1

Mrs. Thaddeus Gilmer Greene, Daily Capacity 25,000 Feet. Gainesville, Fla.

SPORTING GOODS of Eatonton and Atlanta, i -
Football II t announces the engagement of her i i
Hardware of all Kinds :.. daughter #I a -I 1
I Gladys Augustato SEE '

See Us Vidal Drug: Company I
}Ir. McKendree Tucker

22 the wedding to be solemnized -June 20 j CANDIES: SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENS

WEST SIDE OF SQUARE at Eatonton, Georgia. i i.. .r.:1.:
The above announcement which appeared ro'i : ';,;..i.lII
in Sunday's Atlanta Journal!,
a .... ........ .. -_-_ 4I ___ will be of interest to the ,friends ofMr. WE CATER ESPECIALLY TO THE

j Tucker who :was reared to young_
J ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH i it I mtnhood in this city, being the son II University Mem I
I of Mr. and Mrs. M. Tucker. He was r
i | East Main Street, North j'I a student of the University of Florida AZALEA TEA HOUSE '
for one year. Later he graduate!
j j Rev. John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector. Telephone S2t ''I!t from Georgia Tech in 1919 and is an j jaliranus

K. A. cf that college. 1Ir.. -

'j! ''Sundays- -Holy Mass and Sermon, 10:30,: a. m.; evening f Tucker has for the past two years t FIRST NATIONAL BANK
: the tic
: held responsible position as ; .
;I"services.. 7:45 p.,m. / ,4. j jj Incorporated 1888 I'
'signer ,for the Roberts. Architectural! l\" I
, Company of Atlanta.GaiaesvilleSun. \ Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $150,000 I Ij
::1'j Weekdays-Holy :Mass, 7:00: a. m. t J ; !; I GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA I I

1 ''t F. S. '18-Geo. C. Oberholtzer is' .... 4I 4 4 4 __ 4I ____ 4I ,
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Tobaccos, Cold Drinks, Sandwiches, School Supplies, Pennants, Stationery, Toilet Articles, Drug Sundries, Bar- ;'

g ber Shop, Billiards, Pressing Club, Bus Service, Postoffice. !x1T71 !t


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1- t t bennett C. R. Hiatt, W. E. Knight, -- I
H W. S. Middleton: B. Pipkin, H. M. Sal- t

ley, E. M. Schabinger, R. C. Trimble, -
; t. EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT T. L. Vansickel. This team will also )

.' : ; Pete Harris ......................_..._._...._..___,..._______..____.._Editor-in-Chief receive a loving cup from the Fourth
I I Glover Miller _-- ,., <,... ....?:y r>-_............---,._..........--.---Managing Editor Corps for having won the rifle cham- UNIVERSITY MEN : 'i"-:_' ,- '. tl tlt
{ 11 jiobert Wray ....... ......._.._.1:... .... ..__. ..... ._.Assistant Managing Editor j pionship of Southeastern United :,--":-!

1 ,Richard, Sias ---_..---:- .._._- .....____._.___....._.Sporting Editor j States. Ii
.Hubert Weeks _.__.__..........__.._... .._____.._....... Assistant Sport Editor I Company C was not publicly awarded Demand value and style V J ; *.... I It
I 3 4'.<>bert Pierce ._.._.-_..;..:i...-_.;.._.__.._......._.._..,...__..._>..____........Society Editor f either the bronze doughboy or the -x-t r

1 j F, 'Harold Klock ...,...,.._""" .__......_......................._____, -.____..._.............Exchanges silk banner, not was Company A Society Brand Clothes t'
' : ;! 1 K. K. Hansen, Ozzy Die ....--......-...........--..-_.'._. ?.:..__...._.........,_....Persona1st awarded the portrait for none :'of '-
I 11
t I II! I .s.- these had arrived. All will be award Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox Eats -

.: p REPORTERS 7"Ed ed"'later. r,., : .-. j "'j :

I Woodberry, William Parmenter, B each Hazard J. D. Wheeler: Fred Are featured lines in th'e"G'idde. s Store.)

: I .. Mansour,, Frank Elmore, Roef Buc kley, L. L. Thompson, 'Newton St: / Presbyterian C. E.:* wants to .6rr see '. I
1 John, Frederick -V,, : '
: -
I., Langworthy. _' you, Sunday evening, at :30 o'clock. Mail orders a.; specialty. .
t t
a ; !I 4Aleck White _........._....._..........--..........._....___.-.___......Business.Manager SEVTOXIADE.: NEW RECORD .-, .H
Horace Wilson __ .. .._.___..-.... --. _..--.Assistant Business Manager IN BROAD JUMP AT"'3. I. A. A. :
: : : .... : .
I li 'i I
";; Entered as second-clas matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at ; "
: ,Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1879. (Continued from Page 1)) j
--- -.- entire trip was a. successful and enjoyable HENRY GIDDENSCLOTHING CO..
: : i IT Rate:.-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year one, with the exception of the I-

; j _. _._ .' ,I I hot weather and black cinders that ....... TAMPA, FLORIDA Vy ,
j were encountered the Florida '" < ,.-. .. .
; t I THANKS on -. --! Cl.- ;" -11
i t ;' l trains,; ,'There were several humorous .
I :;
; 1 4 This is the first issue of the Florida Alligator under the marlI incidents" that" the i I'l
I I i happened on trip, V V'
.agenemt of the 19221923staff and with it conies the sincere : of which only two may be mentioned .1 ; ,

j thanks of the.old staff for the hearty co-operation given so gener- here. One of the quarter-milers on

: ously by the entire student body during the entire period that it I the 'Gator team became so deeply at- i

It : i has been in office. It has been said that the 'Gator newspaper has tached Jo the postoffice at Baton -
Rouge, that it attracted the attentionof
made steps of advancement this year and of course the only thing Robert L. Earnest .
his team-mates .
who investigation
: on -I Florida Metropolis, editing a : :
.. : for those men who compose the staff of the paper to do is to found a wonderfully good-looking ful paper. succr.s-\\ Ji; 'Harold*KIock ,.\- l

: throw out their chests and say, thank you. But in going out the red-headed girl acing as postmistress.She Cornerstone of New : John; "jllahies. :'

1111 old staff would remind the members of the studentbody that this I apparently had captured this innocent I Building laid April 21. Inspirational Herbert S. MasseyJae o
Fir Merrin
I, /:paper belongs to them and its success depends upon the backing I charms looking and Floridian with her I address by Governor Hardee.Re-' George W.".' MiUmCharles i ,
exquisite beauty.How view and competion held for Governor ;
that the,staff gets from the studentbody. The Florida Alligator is about it, Hare, old boy? I and Staff by University Batta E. Morgan ;;

supposed to be the voice of .the studentbody of the University of ,Many .the:>ries have been advanced l lion. B. N. RaaAnthony -4'- .

:Florida and the members of the studentbody cannot expect a concerning the big jump made by Granting to 'Delta Rho local a char Regero .,v4.

;worthy edition if it is left up to the men, who compose the staff, Newton, butthe reporter has just ter by the National. Fraternity Kappa I Maurice SteinThurston ;;
found the most plausible The I II P. Winter. -_
one yet.
to supply the and work. If the 1921-22 'Gator was a Sigma. .
news, pep 1 COLLEGE OF 'ENGINEER,'
jumping pit was located directly in Successful close of school year _
r .Success then every member of thestudentbody has a cause to be front of the bleachers, and who shouldbe I marked- by enthusiastic pep meetingin Robert D. Atkisson -:' i:-

;proudJand if the 1922-23 'Gator is not a success, the studentbody I on the bleachers but a bunch of gym. 'I Eric R, .Boswell. -., :

:, '.can blame no one but each of its members, for as has been before, t th really, honest-to-goodness, pretty coeds .. Nelson I). Cooper .

i the) staff cannot do it all. So the '1Q21-22 staff congratulates the t t'T who couldn't jump, with such ap Did know couli. make 1 Anson B. DeWolf ,I
array of sweet, smiling faces you you Leeson A. Hogarth ,..I
'P- \y _staff, arid pleads with.the Studentbody. that the same assistance down upon them.. ''> ---.L your old razor blades ts good as new Daniel L Leisher \ .':

be given them that was so manifest in the success of this for about 2 l-2c each? See Driggersin 'I Russell P. Redman :_.

"I "year's paper. -.- ..-. FETE HARRIS.i' .., 36 Buckman. Arthur N. SolLee.COLLEGE :;f:_(


"' I '"The tumult and the shouting'dies," and the new staff of I (Continued from Page 1) Tullie H. Carlton.' _....,..:
,' into office wity optimistic toward the : I Albert R. Caro :.i;
The Alligator steps #n eye ;; I immediately after the parade. (Continued from; Page' 1)) Archer E. Carpenter ; :; ; .
-'coming-year and a heart with.appreciation for the privilegeof : When the State Fair was held in D. (Yale.) 1 John :
H. Carter
I Jr.
serving, which the student body has conferred upon them. Injustice Jacksonville November'. 12th to November Head of the Government! Schoo*,I Sidney J. Cat$ si Jr

Il I'Ii ; j 'to all, "it is certain that whatever-has been said or done 19th, the University put on: Shantung,. China. Joseph H. Clark
II an excellent exhibit which was en- Annual Reception of Junior i
since the election, was in a conscientious spirit and with fair-mind- thustically .. the 1 I Lemuel C. Crofton
praised.Thanksgiving 1
Annual Reception of the Junior I '
[II; Knowing this it shall be earnest endeavor to Edward E. Fleming
ed intentions. our
t witnessed th>e Sopho Class to the University Classes, 9 p. William L. Gleaso n
{\ : I maintain toward everyone an attitude of equal impartiality. I I'more-Rat Flag Rush. The Sopho- m.-University Gymnasium. George W. Gray ,

: I ,: 1 The outlook for the coming year is a bright one. As our Uni-I mores won, much to the disgust ot CLASS OFFICERS I Edward B. Green .

'"versity' progresses, the speaking voice of its students, The ,Alli- the Rats. The .Rats rallied- and tooc Lemerel C. Crofton, President.J. John F. Hall
gator, will also grow. in taking our offices we shall hold three the tug of war. Velma Keen, Vice .President. Herley W. Holland

Along about Christmas it was made Tullie. H., Cantonr.. Secretary-Treas, .. : Vela Keen ,
First efforts like J' "
in their '
1 ; things'paramount importance: our public that the E. K. Chemical Society urer. -- Rudolph C. Lehmeyer"

I I those of our predecessors, shall be for'a,greater Florida;" second, I I was chartered a member of Henry.;'Johnson, HonorRepresen.tatire. .J. H. :McKillop -*..

.:. ] one and all, we shall work toward the further! improvement and enlargement I Gamma Signa Eplison, Honorary Moses H. Rosenhouse

I t. t 1 of The Alligator; third, we shall make our attitude one Chemical Fra rnity. Another national INVITATIONS AND- :RINGS. V" 'I.,- I Sigsbee. .Kj Scruggs ,- ,*:

of impartiality and fairness toward everyone, recognizing no influence recognition of Florida. ; Arthur N. Sollee. I I Garland W. Spencer, Jr. 4
"' shalL conduct Dr. S. P. Caper visited the University Lance Richbourg. #- .i._.,> --_ I Royall P. Terry ,-
but that of'pure we.
I .in early February and pronoun*: Anthony Regero.COMMITTEE I William E. Thompson t,

our. '...... paper.to,..reflect.. \the., .. splendid' spirit of enthusiasm which "Flor- ed it one of the most startling examples .;. ON'SOCIALSFUNC- Burwell Thornton :
ida" men show, yetwe* shall a1 the'same time respect the laws"_of pf progress in the educational TIONS. i TEACHERS COLLEGE-SB

f f the nation's conservative newspaper men. To those ends we shall t world. Harold Klock. 'U'T'* I Ruby F. Cooper -i-
The R. O. T. C. offerer Russel P. Redman. {I Ray L. Hamon ,
: bend effort and let nothing interfere with our ultimate asw courses
every, : I .st
I ,
I in range firing for students. Fie Herbert S. Massey.D. I Creary Hamilton
I Ii ,' purposes. '" ', I weeks spent-on the range, and a thor Everett Williams. Henry G. Johnson
J i" The Autumn months of 1922 will see a loyalty and enthusiasm Geo. M. McClendon
'ough training. given in use of Springfield. : COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE.
from' ie student bed, ''gr ter than any year before. -.We hope I SENIORSJ. I Eldridge F. McLane s

that it will also bring a greater co-operation among our variou's 1 "Spanish Nights" was given by the Victor'Blume .,,t Horace O'Bryant '

t: I I ='clubs, colleges and fraternities. The staff of The Alligator will do Masqueraders, who completed one of R. Foster Chatham I Emery S. Odom 1 = "
Wm. J. Dyer, Jr. ,_ V 1 P, L. Peadon ,
most successful and extensive road ; .
asks for the co-oper- '
this end and further
: its best to help achieve f Slaughter"Horace -
Henry B.
trips ever put on by this Florida Dra Henry R. Edmunds
t 1 ation of every man in the University of Florida. matical Society."Glastacowa Carl T. Link I L. Talbert

I f Lamp Tag Day" Cam Wm. H. :McBrideClarence I Paul J. Sweeney
paign was put over the top Friday, W. "NelsonBun'an Ju-lson B. Walker
MILITARY DEPARTMENT awards were made for the three best Joel R. Wells, Jr.
I I March 3rd, netting 133 dollars for Pipkin
HONORS drilled men in the battalion: J. P.
D. Everett Williams
the F. S. W. C. girls.U. Lance C. RichbourgJohn
Ashmore, a gold medal; F. M. Keller,
of F. Rifle Team won championship S. Sherman John F. Williams '
.(Continued from Page 1)) a silver medal; J. W. Friedman, a of Fourth Corps Area. Also defeated Walter M.\ Tillman Arthur L. Work: _

banner" for the following year. bronze medal. other Universities of Middle. Clifford L. Walker. _4, t x-: ,Walter S. .Yates.
t Company: C won a silk banner for As a reward for their services the West. COLLEGE OF ARTS AND Glenn. Simmons.
close order drill, and a bronze dough- !! members of the Rifle Team were Florida won over Louisiana State SCIENCE '

boy for tire best showing in bayonet each awarded blue sweater, the in- University debaters for the first time SENIOR .. Photographs, but differeg
drill; ,Company A :won a portrait of signia to be awarded later. Receiv- in-History i ; Also South Carolina vas Lee H. Ball day or night, rain or Fb1IICe w
General Pershing, for having the best ing sweaters were: V. M. Bradshaw, defeated in triangle debate.U. Arthur Crago new light. Vansickel's Stud+c

'F drilled, squad. The following personal C. T. Davies, 0. R. Davis, D. I. Nis- I of F. scribes took charge of the 'R ert E. Duckworth Side Square.


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it CHAMPIONSHIP.after ...
I ; careful investigation the } .

!, tion raised by the debating sccittr -
f of the Teacher's College, with

!, f rence t9 the selection of judges
* .
h .
!VOT the final debate, the debating t a ___; .

1; neil decided to award the cba'Ilq -

=!gnsbip q !: debating cup to the. John 1 Ii fr;;

i ;"Shall Debating Society, but in do- ._ :. ._ ,, .. : ;
; g so expressed the dep regret for

!:b serious blunder unintentionally I

!;de by a member ot the John M : .

i'dill debating team in exercising ...
: authority which became a fact!:: ii : t 1. { Y7' ; j -1 :.. !' t 1 .
!!. the selection of the third judge. t- .

I sjfl order to provide a better method I .."'".". .t 4
selection'Of judges in the : .:' ; : 1 '
} the u- I -i'-i"
to J. ;. ; < t ,:
?ire, the council adopted the follow- ; : ; ; ,. I
, :
\ amendment: 1 ; 1 ;g'
\alt;iTk} judges in the inter-society de- ..;. y' '- : :s:. The man those" courage and foresight ., .: "- _} il t
: .
Ltes shall be selected by those throe ; gate alternating current to America ,'-7, > -, ; 1

embers of the Debating Council rep. I and founded the WestingKouse industries. ': '.. I

'!-esenting colleges not in the debate. : ,

be names of the judges selected are t : ; ;
|late presented to the President, or ',. ;i" :
I '"; t f .. 1 .
W other officer in the literary so- it ':" '. .. '.,.to f

ieb'es concerned, at least three days F< c. ." f6. i 1

,nor to the debate. Each society I .- : ..::. : 1
the right of two challenges. -
jiaH have ; George Westinghouse
f HS judges shall be notified by the ,: :: ; > .
the Council.
aid numbers! of !
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i I '...' '. Thirty years! ago the alternating current tuned to prevent the use of the "deadly 'JCl' ,
Ryart.of the Business Manager. of .' ..' "' .' = ." '" w. .>
l'Us FJoida. Alligator tq.t. e Faculty :' :. '.I "0'c."" ., ..'" ""::.ff. : F tem was l but an infant, for whose life! those Westinghouse Current". many extremists ; :; ,:::!. '....

I Committee on Student Publica- ---- -- s who believed in it were fighting daily and described it. .. ". '-1 f 1' !. : I

| boas for 1921.1922: '. .;:: ,.,.. .,. tr+" 1f' ...nightly battles; today this same system is a That the little 50 horsepower generators of ;I r ';; Y.-t...

!'! RECEIPTS: pant of almost inconceivable, so capableof those days have grown'to sizes two thousand. : .',' i is[ ,"t! "

Balance on hand from last defending itself that no one seeks to attack I ::jt .
times ,
that stations of few horsepower
. year ..... ..........__ ._.__........$ 461.06 it. For 05% of the as large; a ...it. "I'' '. "' t
\advertising _......__>......:...n._.. 1,968.51 electricity that is generated have been succeeded by :stations with -; : :. ;

Ascriptions; .......:,--..:._........ 979.241 f e Anhi. and transmitted today is alternating a capacity of hundreds of thousands of horsepower s 4 fi -' !,4y.. "". i ::1

gob Work ...........-..-.__-... 193.06 current. while at the same time, distribution "- ;:' : 1
/fiscellaneous! (mainly..from t -. The story of the development of alternating voltages have grown from 1000 to 20,000, ./! I \. ,' -z: ;

! Alumni) .._---.__.. __:........... 257.77 i ': current is a story of courage and vision and is due largely to the vision and the courage of ; ,.,.J ;' ,'I '" ; j

paper .,--............_.:.: :":..._....... : 21.50Total .,.,' rx faith of and apt .
I ,1 -r ; it. ; misunderstanding misrepresentation George Westinghouse, ami to the iualilies. ; '; : / f
i ." 4. 'f engineering failures and triumphs of the engineers whom he called characteristically 'j.
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I __..... .... .$ ,881 1..: J}
:EXPENDITURES- ; : 41 1 I .I' ..1..: .__. l..<1| commercial ability and organization. It to help him. By no means the least. ::< ;;.., .> :: i 1

Publishing: _............ ................1593.15 j:jTirculation '::1. reads like a classic romance. In its chapters of the achievements of this mail was his ..4_.-t# I

..n....__.. _"-__"'.''''. 129.20 are credit and honor for all who have deserved ability to organize the greatest aggregation of .:- ;-p .)"t :.. ..'. I I 1!

;rob Work ...._'...._'_ _......_... 78.96 it. but the central figure, the man whose engineering intelligence ever known{ men of J '!--t: t.'t. i !J

;upplies (paper, ink, hauling ;: I ,'" ? { :; ;)..: t" '!!. M motives. : and acts furnished the basis of- the analytical ability, consummate mathematicians j..o, .. :., i.'f = ._ ,

stamps, door, lumber, 't the founderof inventors and in '
plot, was George Westingliousc, great ; to promote
etc.) ._..__... .____ 270.11 J ..- ...< j
the Westinghouse Ill< ustrics. this great group the most harmonious and : i
ash advanced and 4. :
to staff '
k"'''''' ,
traveling expenses in getting .1$: ..,'' : \\'hcn+ in I 18SG he brought over from intelligent co-operation. 1"f; I.
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advertising'CL201.951! : ->i\. c ""++It \"Kiir6pe: the crude Gaulard and Gibbs systemeven The same energy and courage and-purpose .. :;;.1 t ::

fctarnable to faculty committee ". ..,.._", --- ._ "'- '- he great as was his foresight, did not that forced the acceptance of the air brake > .,-.*.f 1 f I

.__........ .... .. ........ ... .
'.:- .n." '--. -'".-<- .,.,..". "': .......- < ....?.dream of the coming magnitude of the idea the modern systems for the econbmieand, safe Jl=f .. s ; i ;

Total ....--.........:> ..:.*j..__.....$2,734.33 wIuYh he was fostering. The development distribution of natural gas, ,and later. of the ,.... .' "' .
._ ASSETS? r j i. ) ...>i.. .I ;1l .... work undertaken by the :olrong.ngitieers steam turbine, led and won the fight,for alter- "Ai :

ash' on hand ...._;!*!'1' : $504.56.. .,' i ,{ ( ::I./-: .. ,.whom I.ac.put to work led at first into many nating current, which lias grown to.!In? one of..., _..... _.__....... -a .... .. .. / ,
!Paper _..............:;1'..>-'..'.'' C_)l. O .. 9t;' t"' JlVe-nous. differences with those who favored the world's greatest and most iieecssary ', rAt "t
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.; ::'! :t- ,. (.direct current. Legislatures were even imporoaat commodities. I'

-Total ....-......- :. .- -.___ ..$580.50 ... "in: *. .",,_H'. t" .t. \.

Jue on advertising_ -...:""....$504.56 :-' .- Y ,.' ... ; f
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:)>:Ie on job work .Z.: ::;.'.: ..L.: _... 57.75 : lJ.1ff : r .- ': : ,
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Joe: on subscriptions ......_.._... 4.00 'i1 --J .

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! To be collected .............._.....$566.31 ; Westighouse *r

Assets __............__ ..._.._..........580.50 t., ... ." ,- -. .. ; :J
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!I total_ assets! ...,._....:...!;.J.' _":*$1.146.8iApproved '1.. < : ,. ,... .. ".. '. 1',.'.;', {...'t., : { ._.(.. l'.. 1 f -.. .
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the: oldest Law School in Chicago)

I all, Term opens Monday, Sept. 25. closer : the final chapter: ;meeting;; Wednesday .. I
') Wednesday 1922. C. A. MEETING T of Florida and causing fellowj j
August 23, Y. 31. awardtil .
May 17, letters were ENGRAVED. ,
miner Term, Wednesday, June 21;'I ORLANDO ship between them. The Gator representatives I
baseball and
I e Summer Faculty includes mem- 4NT returned Saturday, Mr. i to the members of tho \

I ers of Supreme courts of the follow- I ; j White giving a commencement address : basketball teams; also a number of CALLING CARDS

'g States: Colorado, South Carolina, Mr. White, accompanied by |four at Groveland on:the way: bad- i iI j medals were awarded to those men II I
.. who .had made the best showing }In
est Virginia University men, traveled by automobile -- j
and Illinois.
track, in inter-class athletics, boxing, .
for J
Requirements to Orlando last Wednesdayto I young men
f for Admission over Join your fellow students at theMethodist wrestling, tennis etc.
wdJdates for a degree: Proof of. the Y. M. C. A. meeting held Baraca Class on *'Sunday. The following men were given let ;!
-at factory completion of three years there./ Accompanying him were: Robinson mornings. Gainesville NewsToday's
ters Daily
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f and Hait.
t college Thomas, Stanley,
study. For asketball: Byrd, Moss, Newtt-n, !
pedal Students. Proof of completWl The main days of the meeting were
and Thursday, and attending ;I '25-Did you call me sir? I Duncan, Miller, Potter, Gray and News Today'J. I
of four years of high schol or Wednesday baseball Ward,
'22 Yes. Here is some .money. Thompson. :
a: the other representativesfrom
equivalent. it were t tI
Mahannah Beasley Brachen, ,
Run down and buy me a haircut, sizei .
ditvrs. who Rollins, Stetson and Southern .
Members of the bar : Roach, Duncan, Wallace, Hartman,
'(tber cannot meet the above require- College. Y. M. C. A. men gave addresses six and seven eights. h
Dickson, Carlton, Work, Bange, Gray S. BODIFORD "i
nts or who do not ask for credit one being an international I
studies.G secretary and another being a missionary Waugh-Are' going .to' 'Dr. and Boswell. :; 'I and .I I

< ? bulletins and detailed information from India. The meeting was Hunt's lecture.on the evolution of the Do sleeping in the afternoon.Come COMPANYDruggists

. ess Secretary of the Law School, held pdimarily for the purpose of heart and lungs? your .school in the morn- x
western University Building, 31 \bringing closer together) the students \ Robust Robert-No, I never did en- to __ : Phone 32'"

est Lake street, Chicago, IlL of the higher institutions of learning joy organ recitals. ing. r :

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i). II : ALUMNI NEWS- -NOTES criticism of it. The only criticismshe .- _' :____ -___ ," .':"" .- '._ :_ ....-_'__ __-__ __, :2. ";" fr.' .[ [J =-:

t ; 0 i J saw were of inheritance taxes *n

" (Continued from page 3.) general and if there is any tax that

' packing tomatoes Mcorehaven.. is above criticism it is an inheritance t v 2

. i "I 1 '20-R. A. Craig, who finished the I tax.A r
t! ; : two year course in agriculture in man's wealth is g \.m to him by !
: t.. I 1920, is with the 1200 acre development society-no man eveF"became wealthy
,1 : of Temple oranges at Temple- through his own efforts alone. Imagine -

f : town. His address is Lake Wales. !! a man with a ton of gold. He ....

I ; '20-Frank Spain is a candidate for is wealthy only if people will gi/2 :;
: \ the legislature from Glades county. I him products for his gold. A man
! Y !' He admits that he is going,to win. with an oil well is wealthy only if h i -__ : When
I has for his oil. : -
a purchaser '
1r\\ : Jacksonville
In x
If society makes the wealth, why
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does not society have the right to Li.I I .

J" ,!: demand a small portion of it back Visit us :,
i' after the man who has actually done. f'
; Fort Mills, P. I., April 2, 1922. .
the accumulating avid
: has passed on a
; Mr. F. M. O'Byrne, left it? Suppose a man gets rich on 1 can't just: write ,
I : Gainesville, Fla. I If you .come_ .
naval stores in this'state.. When lie
: ;; :3Iy. Dear O'Byrne: dies let us say he leaves five hundred wants. Mail orders
Yours of Feb. 2 and extra copies of us your < _
thousand dollars to his wife and :two '!j
the Alumni paper to hand and I appreciated I sons. Wouldn't it be perfectly fair filled promptly. s"" ; J
I fOrth.tate to say to the wife: "The
I saw Captain Hutch Cone, U. S. I :j jJ
is : will gives you three hundred thousand '
j N., just before he departed for the ,and the boys a hundred thousand each. .;i J ti.; r
States, showed him the article and he i{Under law > ? i
our you may have $25,00 TK Store Accommodating" *
f i : .appeared pleased. j free from all taxation. We will take ;
: the I received '
By way, a promo-
1 percent of the next $25,000, 2 percent
Lion to Lieut.-Colonel, C. A. C., last'
of the next $50,000, 4 percent o!
:t November, dating back to May 9, the next $100,000, 6 percent of the

1921.My next $100,000. That will leave you "lf\ the heart of Jacksonville't '
tour cf will be
foreign duty up $288,750 of the $300,000 and the state

' in July and I expect to arrive in San will get $11,250 to lighten the tax .
Francisco about the middle of August,1 j burden of the people who contributedto -- -
but I do not know where I will be'''t your husband's wealth." What I :: ... .,,':,I f I ..c 0 r--..
stationed. --=
would $11,250 mean to a woman wno ;
With best, regards, I am i had just inherited $288,750 Mighty: ..-...................................:............

Yours very truly, little.
To the sons the state would say tne

: I same, so they would receive $98,7r 0 .

i each and the state would get $2,300 : Drink at a
+-+ I If the writer was to receive an in '\ t:

[ 5 AN INHERITANCE TAX. t heritance of $100,000 he would fed ." 1
At the last session of the Legislature i so elated about it that he wouldn't "

a' bill was introduced providing begrudge the state its pittance of $1- "

i for the inheritance tax. It was kilL ; ;
the usual methods of criticism, tax would bring the state large suns MILLER'SWhere

misrepresentation, ridicule and preju; I of money from the people best able ,. :

dice. I to pay and would be a hardship on no fr

t The writer knows nothing of the one. The average person would never .i .'. ;:
merits' of that particular bill. There feel it. The phrase "robbing the ;
I '
may have been something wrong withit shroud" was invented merely to mis- '. }

although he saw no particular represent and prejudice. There is "o "' '. Service and Satisfaction Meet .. .<. .:

argument against such a tax that will *
I bear scrutiny for it is fundamentaiy: .
fair, just and reasonable. Everv +
t I DR TENCH state in the union with the exceptionof <<

I ; Dentist Ala., Florida, New Mexico, Mis ....................., .- .- .- .- .- .. .- .- .- .- ... ... ... ..... ..... ..... .... ..... ..... ... .. .. .- .- .- H.
j It Office Graham Building sissippi and South Carolina has an ,
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: 258-J 369-J Think it over and talk it over ani
.r, rooms on the campus that will
r when the next session of the Leg's- :
as many as 100 students with oppar-
lature convenes see that good inheritance I Bedding Pillow Cases
a tunity to take lecture notes, one each I '
iiiif tax law is introduced and ,

t 1 :W. S. DORSEY & CO. i, passed. Our educated men should lead neering in the Teachers'College. Practically College and all Eng-I t Sheets, Blankets _

I the way in such constructive and beneficial I
II t
11 1 Everything in Groceries legislation.THE .rooms on the campus are being used "

I ; 11 t For' Goodness Sake Drink t for double or treble duty, and any f RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES
sort of seats and class room furniture
REAL SITUATION THEU. that: can be found is being pressed into J
44II OF F. service. Some of the old higi! I fi

-. .. The University of Florida is now school benches that were moved down t We Keep Everything fir Your Room

r In t passing through one of the most try- from Lake City in 1906 and have been t
it i Everything Electrical ing periods. for any institution of stored in basements for several years,

$ JOS. J. SEYKORA IIi t learning, that of emerging from infancy have been resurrected in all their I 2I

t and youth into the full statuteof rickety and grimy splendor, and male
Phonev. 107, Gainesville, Fla. adult size. Whenever more thaa to: do duty for these crowded rooM. I

..-....... .... .... I one thousand students are enrolled, Many of the students are now able to t
to put aside youthful ways and take rival Yale and Harvard in using old GAINCSVILI.EFI.ORIOAGlasses

v v 4II l v 4 H 4II on the airs and methods of the permanent seats on which their predecessors of t s

I and long established institu- 20 years ago carved with,diligent jackknives
A. H. DORAN .411!:
j their initials 4B ... "' 4I
t ; and names Manyof :J
I 232 East ,Main, SouthI '.One'of the serious problems of an these carvings show the skillful .. .
Bicycles, Accessories, institution undergoing such rapid! handiwork of men now more or less .r''!>\

pairs,- Flash Lights Re-I changes it to properly accommodate illustrious in the progress of, the Stateof Fitted i

I Baseball. goods. it is'time to call our baby University: J Florida. This condition might not

1 .... -- ... ... ... --- ..1 practically full grown. It is also time be so bad except that the class rooms
1t classes ,of increased size in the roomsand usually have something like one-half Eyes Tested
t +.flail--iIt I laboratories. At the Universityof modern furniture, so that the old boy- r"
1 Florida the buildings and classrooms size benches look and feel very un-

I; NORAH N t now in use were designed for comfortable and grotesque.To y

classes of 20 to 30 in a group, a v:l.y relieve the overcrowded rooms, Broken lenses duplicated in one hour's y

,. Art and Gift Shop t desirable size. But as the enrollmenthas many of the instructors hate found it time

grown by leaps and bounds front necessary to divide the large classesin
'a. Pictures and Picture Frames t
.-. 400 during the recent war period to sections of 40 or 50 eac, thereby C. H. COLES & SON

950 now on the campus, the classrooms doubling and trebling the work required .
I have just as rapidly become for any one course of study: > -.
J. W. M'COLLUM & CO. woefully deficient in size. Many\ of usually without being able to secure 4I 4I __

t : DRUGGISTSTHE the classes in the various colleges of any additional teaching aid in the de

REXALL STORE' the University now number 50 to 75 partment. In these times of transition I Weaver's Steam Laundry

Agents for or even more than 100 men in several the lot of the University professor j
,Liggetts and Norris Candies I cases. This requires crowding 50 to is decidedly trying and even exas a FOR

i Gainesville :: Fla. \\60 men for recitation or lectures :n perating. All of them, however: are J HIGH CLASS CLEANING AND PRESSINGPAGE ':

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i .- Many new Gabardines Have been received in both plain and Sport models. i

;. esvilIe _....Mar. 9 ...Fla.... 9 Jax. All-Stars __........... 1 1,000 Several patterns from which to choose-be sure to see these Suits, and 1

sville ...____Mar. 22 _Fla.... 6 Mercer University ._____10 .600 make it a point to note how finely they are tailored and finished by hand. s

esrille ___...Mar. 23 ....Fla.... 7 Mercer University 5 .500 We feel safe in saying that the materials are better than you would expect Y I

burg -- __Mar. 24 ...Fla.... 3fiater Philadelphia Nationals ..12 ,333Rollins to find at so reasonable a price. ;_' J

Park ..__Mar. 29 ...Fla.... 6feter College ..____.__ 5 .500 I III

Park ._ Mar. 30 ...Fla.15 Romns College __.___ 0 .600 I 25.00 AND !

.d _._. _....Mar. 31 ....Fla._10 Stetson University ..._... 5 .666 29.50 II

(Land __..._... ..._..Apr. 1 _.Fla_ 6 Stetson University 1 .714

jFuniak Spgs. ...Apr. 5 ....Fla.__11 Palmer College ___....__ 0 .750 SrRA W HA TS:1: ::1

iak Spgs. _.Apr. 5 ._Fla__ 9 Palmer College ...__.____ 1 ;89 II MANY WEAVES-MANY SHAPES AND SI ES TO FIT EVERY HEAD

rtwnbui, Ga...Apr, 7 ,...Fla_.. 9, Camp Benning ___....._... 3 .800 i ; !

Jambus, Ga. ..._.Apr. 8 ...F-Ia.... {&) Camp Benning .......____.... -1 .812 .1.50T05.00;

Snton, Miss. _...Apr. 10 _Fla.._ 2iflton Mississippi College ...___ 0 .850 1:

Miss. ...__Apr. 10 ,__Fla..... 0 Mississippi College __... -1 .770 'I ;" ..I hu

lord, Miss. ...._Apr. 12 ...Fla._ 6 University of Mississippi 4 .814 I I 1; : f.

ford, :Miss. ........Apr. 13 ....Fla.__ 2 University of :niss. '_..... 4 .733 .''. :::0 .

icon, Ga. __........Apr. 15 _.Fla..... 3 Yale .................._ .000_......_.. 2 X50Rollins .f
esilIe .......-.Apr. 21 ....Fla.__15 ,,_,,__.,,_ .................. 0 .764 :: '- ," '-

inesville ............Apr. 22 __Fla...__ 8 Rollins __.........._ .............. 3 .777 ..

inesville ..........._...May 5 ....Fla..._. 0 Stetson ............ ..._....u._.... 2 762 HILL BUILDING '
..hesville ................May 6 ....Fla.__13 Stetson .._.._......._.. ......._. 1 .773 : '"' f
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[ORIDA'S RECORD IN SPORTS I I ters for good work in basketball will IJ IJr

i' FOR 192122. return to Florida next year preparedto

Won Lost Tied fight for their school.It +r

botball ____......_._...........__....632 is expected that the three men dent of the Military Training Camp j. lectures from 5 to 8 hours per day

seball ....____....__................16 5 0 who took places in the S. I. A. A.. i Association of the United States, Mr. is truly entitled to better accommoda-
..._.... _.... .._6 4 0 and possibly others will be awardei Winfield's appointment was made. I tions than some in the inadequateclass l1-viiC
Track allFifth. place-i in S. I. I letters. Arthur Sollee, who has done I The M. T. C. A. is now assisting the rooms now being us. d.

. A. and a good outlook for Ii so much for the development of track I War Department in securing recruits 1 1I In the departments giving laboratory i

. A. U. I athletics in the Past four years leaves among High School boys and College I work or instruction the lack of j I LISTEN: i

ennis ___...--_---___.____............131 j I this year with the best wishes of the I men for the Citizens Camps to beheld I facilities is equally painful and em I All work and no play makes

Jr .... ..._-_...._____....._.......2 0 1 Student Body for success in whatever i at Camp McClellan, Alabama, barrassing. Work rooms or desks designed I II Jack a dull boy. We want you It I
rimming ......_...._____.: ........113 I he undertakes. i and Fort Barrancas, Pensacola, FI H'- I I to care for from 20 to 30 are to study enough to pass every
axing and wrestling ._.___....1 1'*"" 0 I Harold Klock has done much far ida, July 27th to August 26th. I now being compelled in some cases to I I subject but remember that if !

olley ball ___.......____..._..0 2 0 the development of tennis at Florida I It is understood that :Mr. 'Vin ield' serve somehow from 40 to 60. Labo- you spend an hour or so everyday ;
This is Florida's record for the and it is probable that he will receivea I appointment has been contemplate! I ratory supplies of all sorts must K t tI t this week at the Lyr'c You

ear. It is one to be proud of. In I letter. He graduates this year. lIe ', for some time and that it was bas j ,, provided in double} quantities and 2 will rest yourself and do better ;':
lotball and baseball she has evcelled, has been a valuable asset to Tits Alma I II i directly on his record and service during -I or 3 sections of laboratory work work on jour exams. ,

the rest she is coming to the frort. (I Mater and the Student Body apnie- the World War which extended ,!where one was formerly /enough. Inmost Monday. -A special feature and t :
dates his work and regrets his goin: 'from June, 1917 to August 1910, laboratories the University ha* comedy. '!
Next year all these will advance I I i and included twenty months overseas :I found it necessary to charge a fee Tut'sda-Louise Glaum in "I \
rider better spirit, better coaching,
I I in France and Germany, during which to cover the cost of the laboratory am Guilty." I
'tter equipment. Florida, though a JAMES A. WINFIELD HONORS. WINS NEW I time he took part in five major oper- I I supplies. This rule to begin/ with the : 'Vednesda-"What Every Woman
abe steadily toward a1ze
is growing
session next fall. Such cramped "
ations. of
t I Knows, De Mille pro- j
and perfection not realized now. I
. I Jim the present schema ol ; facilities are bound to make a poorer J duction.
Twenty-two, men received football James A. Winfield, recently elected sort of instruction and training for
Since Eve"Shirfey
Military Training amps gives every I Thursday-6'Enr -
etters for their valiant work for the President of the Student Body, h.a3been I'young man in Florida an opportunityto I the men of these crowded sections :Mason.
niversity. Three of these-H. L.olbert. appointed Secretary-Treasui i Some confusion and duplication of "What NoIan
I : earn a commission in the Reserves Friday -
M .K. Rosenhouse and T. II. 1 lof the Military Training Camps As- !tin three one month periods of train- !'work is necessary/ and many tests or I i Knows," Clara K. Young.
Triton-leave as graduates.o To sociation of the United States for :experiments must be omitted or per- I "
ing and every High School and College Saturday-"Proxies, a Para-
auch praise cannot be given to these I,the Southeastern Department which I man who cannot finish the R. O. I i formed only by the instructor, instead mount special.
L men who for four years have. fought has supervision of the Association activities -: T. C. work at the University will find !'of' having each member of the class
for their Alma Mater. I in the Fourth Corps Are t. I these camps a most excellent plazato !I to do the work. t" :::t Vt.t! :

I Fifteen letters were given to meIn-, The membership o the Association is i train for service to the state in The general plan of the Univers.tybuilding I II
t bra of the baseball squad and of made/ up o fthousands of exservicemen time o emergency. [ program is excellent but in I ,
(here Hoyt Carlton, George Hartmar, and influential citizens interested I future will
t I the immediate be
The work and h'isI
in Wallace and Lee Work will gradate in Military Training Camps as a is progressive to enlarge the size of necC'1 f
As officer I been divided into Red, White and jsary ,8 HOE S
this These men represent measure of preparedness. an el.is'rooms
year. : i buildings and provide larger r r
Blue Courses. The Red will .
our of the best men on the tean, of the Association. Winfi.-M t course and laboratories in the old ones 4<<
nd they will leave a gap not easily i!: i will be associated with B. C. Riley be given to men without Military cv- in order to properly economize the H B. M. TENCH If'
I perience. The White is acI I
course :
ffled.rAll. Director of the General Extension force and jff
of the
work both teaching
I I ried the time and is designed
on at same -
of the eight men receiving let- Division, through whom as Vice Presi- I the students. Some relief could be
to train non-commissioned of- 0 Gainesville, 0 f
II secured at once by rearrangement )f. ,
ficers. The Blue course will equip ,
x I .
xx xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxx x I rooms and by properly finishing some I
men for a commission in the Orgi-:
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lof the attics and basements of the I =E Florida E
; nized Reserves or National Guard. I
THE PHIFER STATE jg : different buildings if the money were I -!
The training offered at Mr-
Camp I available for this work. J S' II 0
Strong Safe and Accommodating i| Clellan this summer will be in the 81
One department of work added since 1
Infantry, Cavalry Field Artillery and r
is the division for Vo-i
the great war
SffifBBWffiSffiffiffiKKffiS Engineers. The work in Coast Art'llery : :
eational training of disabled ex-ser
It --- -- l will be given at Fort Barrancas. --i I
This times brou nt
vice men. has at
}! JOHNSON'S PHARMACY f University students who are inter- as many as 250 extra students upon VISITING CARDS
.. Stationery Toilet and Rubber Goods ested will be able to get detailed information -
t' Drugs, Medicines, I the campus. No special buildings or Latest Styles
attention to Prescriptions. Only from Mr. Winfield.FORUM could be provided fcr -
, We guarantee personal t j class rooms 1
Special Pricesto
purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered. f --' these students during the past three -'

. Gainesville Florida. I years. They have crowded into the Students
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glad to see the University enmll nent
WHEN YOU EAT I and Supplies
grow and would not stop such pro- I
\ at the tl gress. They only wish to have all PEPPER PRINTING

sides of the institution develop together SPORTING GOODS COMPANY
if possible. Along with such
The Gainesville Cafeteria Tennis! Football
wonderful progress the necessary j
k Baseball Basketball
ditional class rooms and facilities are i s. .r+.r.... -.'.. '
YOU GETA sorely needed and should be provided.I I QUALITYSERVICEBaird t. SPRING AND SUMMER "I J

SQUARE MEALat Taking out partitions and doublingthe Hardware Co. 'STYLES J
.- size of the rooms would be helpful I Made to Measure. Suits aid <| :
a in some cases. Comfortable class Trousers; White Duels and if ,
DEAL PRICE chairs or seats are needed by scores I' Flannels Room 5 Buckman. *| i
this day the A student
very campus.
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) I! ;, I IE E "(. '....'""<.. <...' ,. '-"Or' .-'"." ''I I I>. r "=''';':-.:: FORUM' '' ,''-'' -. I ;:': ENDOWMENT. \RESULTS.To May 1921 CAMPAIGN. ", -';' I t-- =:=; ;Crosby Company !x

; f'I I I II Continued from. Page Seven) I Amherst College, raised $3,000,000;

I If I :'i. ;;: 1 J'' r',.. I I rooms already well filled, principally l goal Bates$3,000,000.College, raised $30,000. f :' .rrtY.. :-f' >,: JEWELERS. .f" ,* ._'" I

f' '----, 6'N > J: j pn the Teachers' College and Agricultural Beloit College, raised $1,000,000' ; $ J r JacksonvilleFlorida! #Y : 1J. \

e I ;' : '. .1 => .L-"ECOHOM Y _" J l ;buildings, and' probably? hawk goal $3,000,000' '-..' .- !

I : :; :::,};' ame .I had(J less equlprtienf and furniture for Boston College, raided $2,250,000; farj J Jin
and Pins.
/ their than goal $2,000,000. Medals, a.'s.s Rings Committees
;.1' .7'i h:: (; 1 1! use any otter class of stvu- I

r. :x' i: .. I I, rS' c!' l e j[t dents. Fortunately the management 000 Boston; goal 8000000.University, raised $1'000'-1 | search of loving cups or trophies, suitable -

} I Cf L [ J 1 I of the teachers in this work has been Colgate University, raised 1 for Golf, Tennis or other athletic events, will !
: $1OOt1-1
j' F : such as to fully satisfy these mneven
<: < 000.Cornell matter to choose from '
1, t"find it
i. I I f: I I I. under trying conditions of eqcpnment University, raised $0,000.-j' an easy selection -

( x I ,: ,I ; ;, --' I and-the work at the Universityof COO; goal $10,000,000. i: packages which we will gladly' 'send upon
I : } I Florida has received commendation Georgia School of Technology, rajs:
: t
; If t 1 pf the highest order from \.th/!.;W1r ed $900,000; goal $5,000,000. approval. I
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: i" Department officials. A great of high Georgia, University of, raised $1- Y '
.', f sounding talk is indulged in to the j i 000,000; goal l $1,000,000. ::-::: ;;:: T ,.: i.1' .. :
; I I i pffect that nothing is too good tor I Grinnell College raised $1,000,000; .' at

; : SUITS TO SUIT the ex-soldier, 'yet the fact remains goal $3,000,000.. t.. .......... 4)+ .".... .t
; that no funds have been available to I I Hamilton College raised $250,000.

do the decent thing by these men :a Harvard University, raised $13,000- -4 4l
!.r ; s I your taste and your pocket- class facilities. I 000; goal $15,000,000. Let your next Suit be a fi \
: s 1: book. I Illinois, of, : c
: What can be done about it? The, i I II University goal $3,030- i "

We are specialists in ;young Board and President have no moneyto 000.Iowa ij, FASHION PARK_ dG I
', i I I I men's clothing and carry I I properly handle this jenormous'yincreased State College, raised $350,000; '; '*s- :
i _the new things. enrollment. We should not $500,000. ORFITFORM :, '
I ; Knox raised :
: Colleeg $1,000,000.Lafa :
i 'iLIlli F let Florida students go. to other
I d
-ette College, raised $1,000-
schools, and yet we are up against a '
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serious situation. Possibly some good '
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: Lehlgh: ity raised $400,000.
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: I Fine friends will assist with ::
White Serge gifts or ev :11 .
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I I Massachusetts Agricultural College., -" <
l loans to the Board of Control to provide '... ,.. ,4t ........ _, ,
{ ", TROUSERS8B50 I !!I new class rooms and laboratory ||: raised $150,000. : 'r. --: -SOLE AGE Ts.:.:"'. :::
i Massachusetts\ Institute of Teehnt-

i I:i equipment provide some until at the the next Legislature session. But l ail 1 1I j<.logy, raised $8,000,000. .. _?] : PHIFER BROS. DEPT. 'STOREGainesville ,'t;

I {I the principal thing to be done is to I j I Michigan Agricultural College, ra 'l r .1.1I
I t I I'J begin now working for an appropra-: I ed $150,000; goal $500,000. Q: FloridaThe .1
: ------I i :McGill University, raised $">,000,
..". tion from our next Legislature this; i I'. -1 I'. ..'
t, ; will keep up with our fast growing I| 000.New +
I. University instead of continually aging $ York University, raised $1- .... ..9 +.. .
'! behind. The University auth: :i- ,j i 1200,000; goal G,000,000. ,l .i
11111. 'itDAILEY i ties; and Alumni begged frOm the last |I Northwestern. University, goal $2d- !I
I i {.
: i Legislature something over one million 000,000. ; -
dollars for and : Oberlin College, raised $65,000.
support enlargement (
,. I i The Clothier, and the institution needed every I Ohio State University, raised $1,- 3IEDICAL DEPARTMENTof

''If I' 1 1tift penny of it, but they received ess i 000OCO.Otterbein OOaO.' I I the University of Georgia
Franklin Street, Corner than half this amount for two years. College ,raised $2

Twiggs r I II Since th, Legislature met the Univeaity *- I Pennsylvania State College, raised i ALL' RESIDENTS OF THE STATE FREE OF TUITION
I i. :: enrollment has increased nearly $100,000. .
\ i I Pittsburgh, University of, raiseJi !t' -
: 1 'T.UIPA. FLORIDA 40 percent, and next year may show
\ another increase of 25 percent. '\\* i$500,000.. 1 Laboratories fully equipped with latest apparatus. _
J Princeton University, raised
'I must begin to think and see that the $8,000-
I Clinical taught in new antI complete hospital
1000. years :
k ti L1 : Legislature thinks in terms of lar; r
H iiI ; : I ,buildings and more liberal appropriations |'. Purdue University, 'raised $3,000- Departments of medicine.and surgery under full time
I I II J all along the line. 000; goal 3000000.; professors.All .

._.., i Rutgers College raised $1,000,000.(
'I ""t_ ---- South, University of the, raised $1- 'the medical and surgical charities Augusta and

. ... ...v : 000,000. Richmond county 'undercontrol of the Medical Department ,

I -. < > I Steven Institute raised $2,000,0.)0. thereby assuring a wealth of clinical material. -
e ,
r Syracuse University 7. goal $6,000
R A progressive School l of Public Health a big asset
i! Texas, University of, raised $300- "' '
p II" :. 0 Entrance Requirements: Two years of college work :

: -, *a Victrolas and Records : !1000.I Trinity College, raised 1,500,000. (as prescribed). .

. I Tulane University, raised $2,600-
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4.. > : University, raised $260- OF GEORGIA, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA t
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000.j {
-- j Virginia, University of, raised ?!,- 1
................................ 000.000; goal 3000000.;! I'

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..o. ...+.. -.r ... ..re...o... ...tea._ 4II.rl I Wabash College, raised $1,000,000; .,r I :: : =-= -: -.'-r '" '
goal $2,000,000. !

M l 'I Washington & Jefferson, raise!.
; DROP IN $1,000,000; goal $2,000,000. THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

t't'I/ I.I Wesleyan University, raised, $3- :

: OTTO F STOCK .. ". I I 000,000.Worcester Polytechnic Institute, I" Basement Language Hall
tr .' TAILOR raised $1,500,000; goal $2,000,000. I New Line of University Jewelry and Stationery, Large
I Yale University, raised $1,500,000. I Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps, Memory -

-........ WOMEN'S: COLLEGES __.... t
t Alteration Pressing'' Books, Etc. .
t Cleaning Barnard College raised $50,000. ,

'\ Phone 354 Gainesville, Florida t Brown University, raised $800,000. EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENT J
I Goucher
,. College, goal $6,000,000.
I Lake Erie College raised $186,000;
goal $500,000. I -- ---------z-Ei J : !ie'3' 1

Mills College, raised $200,000.Mt. -

Holyoke College, raised $3,000.- {
Popular Goods at Popular Prices at I 000.Radcliffe DO BUSINESS WITH ,.-

I" College, raised $3,100,000; THE FLORIDA NATIONAL B :-\\l\.
goal $3,000,000. .4
I t Smith College, rais. $4,000,000.. '
"The New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over S2.50U009CHESNUTS &
r. S,7 I Vassar College, raised $400,000; .......
I goal $3,000,000. j

Wellesley College, raised $3,000,000\); ,s -
t ---. WHY BUY A NEW CLOCK? i : I goal $9,000,000. PA1LORSOUTH

... YOUR.... OLD- ONE CAN BE MADE AS GOOD AS NEW 'M Mp :'j I Williams-Smith College. '- raisei$100..000. t SHOE .
Bring it to s .. ---* -::- t SQUARE j
I Agnes Scott School, raised $7'7fi-: Electric Shoe Repair Department Work GuaranteedSHOE i
i'L.. C. S3IITH:\ South Side t
)Square? J JI
!r'C :k Ii f t > '_ ,, ).i .. ."t. ,, .. .' :. : 3'a', I 000. I SHINE. PARLORJLH. :
I Total raised, $98,986,000. + 41'
w-j I Total goal, $176,820,000. I -- --. -i ----. ----.. --- .

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