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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1923
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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iffYERSWiN DEBATE FROM .' DRe' NIURPHREE ON PROHffilTION. .. B ETBftlL TOURNAMENT. r .


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OJ :TEACHERS, 1-*Dr.-Murphree(By C.recently D. Keen) out ed about is that the future leadersof t parties "shine". If you will take NEXT A .LEY f'
sent
-.j the state, men who have been has I
to the students of the the advice of someone that
FLA. University
NEGATIVE ON and are being trained -
1t f for leadership I
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-of Florida "been around" and knows
a letter really
COWENSATION containing a shall declare themselves for BEGIN ON FRIDAY A.M.;

LA f.i pledge regarding upholding the I law and order, shall'proclaim their I what he is talking about, you'll I v PJNALS PLAYED OFF

: Prohibition amendment. This is in 1 purpose to uphold the constitution :it I 1 "lay off the rum, as that stuff i SATURDAY.

i Meet Arts and Science cooperation with a general move t of their, own commonwealth and ol I II and school don't go together, and ..
ment which has been started ia J Interclass Track Meet To De .
On April 20 For I this republic. you stand a good chance of getting
i i many Northern colleges Each stu. *' .1 Held on Same :: '
Finals. i All 'Florida man should sign kicked cut of school. You know ,
dent was requested to sign and return Date.
that with
card without hesitation or that you could'nt getaway
\ oi_the inter- the pledge at once. Dr. Mur- like that the faculty
the semi-finals i some modification of the card sent I anything if ,
L pr-ee was interviewed The State High School basketball -
by one of out in the letter. wise and that would mean
Lawyers
!i series the i It would strengthen got ;
i
>!ty Debate the members traraameat will be held in the
of
,- victorious over tie,Teachersthe the Alligatorstaff the University in the mindsof ( disgrace. I wish I had your chanceto U. of F. gymnasium next Friday i t

ire dente he'd last Tuesday recently and asked if he had I the people of the state for this get a college education; that's and The will Y
lecture Saturday. games i
any to give to
Hall on the ques- the student I group of select men to declare I worth more than aaythScg yoc.acould
Peabody begin Friday morning at 18
t.tin body thru the
ts Alligator t
Florida should on the themselves-< favor of upholdingthe possibly obtain later."Don't -
That o'clock the seed-finals will be
i ics esolved: subject of Prohibition. I ; t
constitution and laws think I am jaat "shoot
Workmen's Compensation of our and Satur- .
played Friday evening 1
> The
!?' ft immediate reply was: "No, country". ing bull",' I am deeply interestedin
Tie Lawyers were rtprtsentr_ I have I day morning, and the finals.Saturday .
no such intention. I had no \ _____ x getting an education and: .
and your
Jennings t night. The consolation rounds
Benny)
B. 1.. ( such '
Iii in mid
purpose when
I sent
name that of a '
A LETTER keeping a good ;
upheld the nega- to decide the third and fourth .
and _
Lewis out the 'I
.K. teachers ,team communication to the men ______ I gentleman; and I will help you
4Ufs on. The of the University of Florida places will be played Friday e.vezfcing s
(This letter was recieved by a all L can, butwon't pay for any -
s M. Hin, I z "
J. Ballock and R. and Saturday "morning, two ;
? W. "The question of Prohibition has student of the University from his booze. I've "knocked off' of a lot defeats '
being to elimi-
affirmative.The
a c]? the been settled. It is written in the and necessary
brother after having been at a of things that I used to do,
byspeaking nate
characterized a team.
debate was constitution? of the United States, "shine" party. The letter was received am trying to live ,respectably so.
on b th-- sides. For To be eligible for this tournament -
placed there in an orderly processof the same day as the circu- far as possible. L

lawyers Benny Jennings law. It is written in the constitution lar letter sent out by the Presi- "Write to me and let me' know va high school must be the
coming exponent champion of its congressional district -
wed himself a j>f the state of Florida. The dent.: It is hoped that this letter how you are coming; and if you
logic before jury, and a member of the Florida
argument and enforcement of these constitutional will help some others who are. "on have any respect for yourself you &
well in the five State Athletic Association. I i
.: on showed amendments on Prohibition are the border".) will "lay off the stuff you know
Both individual and tickets
affir-
allowed the season -
ute rebuttal rovided for in statute in the Febutry 23, 1923. you're no kid any more. Ill back
I for the tournament will' be
oa 4
've side. -4Dr. state and federal government. "My Dear-;- you as,far' as possible for anything ,
as sale, the individual tickets being ; -
presided
Turlington Hence I say that Prohibition is "Yourr of the 15th received, and in school, for that is,worth while, #
good for all all ater
The or
in oaf the meeting. settled for all time to come.What I to be frank with you you must say but for heaven's saKe.,-,use mornng
noon.
'., were Dr. Rice, Mr. George .. .I : .
? Golson.: am immensely consern- that ,I don't think much .of'Jpour 1 discretion! The high:'schaol croweQttry -
tern, and Mr. Barney I 1
was two run ani the rniversity ittre-cla
t decision of the judg5i I .

one for the negative. Mr. Ellis frenzied telephone call stated thata PHARMACY SCHOOL EDITOR WELLS ADVISES track meet will take place on Saturday -

oore and L. J. Cushman were I big shooting scrape had just Ii SOPHOMORES TO ELECT afternoon. 4
STAFF EARLYAt
He keepers. taken place at the Professional SEMINOLE

The final intersociety debate ii building. And herein lies a little SELECTS PROFS.DR. the Sophomore class meeting AG-EttGINEER TIED i i.Ori

s leda&d for Friday, April 20. and story that is apt to linger for I held 'Wednesday evening, Febuary
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+ J be between the Lawyers and 27, Mr! J. P.. Wells Editor-in-
the minds of
many a day on every .
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HUSA WILL BE PROF. FRIDAY NIGhT \
e Arts and Science team. The member of the journalism class. chef, of the Seminole presented .
awarded a Faculty OF PHARMACY; DR. the following recommendation to
nner will be

hating Cup for the coming year. City Editor his assistant"Bill", Pepper Editor Sam dispatched SWEET ALSO the Sophomore Class from the I The amrfel Ag-Engineer feed ,

7 The Arts and Science men have NAMED. Seminole Staff. 'was held Friday night March 2, /
Cornwall and J. G. Smith to ascerbin -
witted the question Resolved: "In: view of the following,facts: J r in the Magnolia Grove South of
the results of the shooting. .
That the School of Pharmacy : -
- at the present Mexican govern- new That under the present method of the cM Experiment Station haras. .
Instructions were given to hurrvas which will be inaugerated at z
electing the Seminole Staff, the At this time feed '
'nt should be resognifced: by the the "deadline" of the last edi- the cpening of the next session I. midI I a sumptions was zd
&d States. have Staff is not elected until the enjoyed, games were played .and .
The
Lawyers tion 2:30 less than a half- Ia
start
was will
of the University, upon that
ice db of Oitobsr of each year: I interesting talks given. i
: of Side. '
story, having been unable to locate and standard has :
basis high ,
I \ .this prevents the phot9gropherscontract Thfs Ags. took all of the honors I Ir

hour away. been assured by the appointment from being made before. 1 with the exemption of the Cracker 4''

l'RtiAusr,1, MEN The men soon returned with no of two able professors ,to take | the 1st cf November, which raisesgreat '; Bating Contest, which wa won by if

story having been unable to locate charge of the departments of delay in the progress of i the Engineers, -

iDfEDJOURNAL't the excitement. Repeated;: Pharmacy, Phan a<:ognosy and the book; that the' engraving and I The first number .on the program -

. calls came in, +land the office was Pharmacology.There t printing contracts cannot be made I was teg-of-war between

by now in an uproar. Finally a were upward of thirty applicants until about the same time whkh I ten Ags. and ten*Engineers. This

Monday afternoon : the? call from AI Harris. one of the for the two positions-representing causes great delay in beginning was followed by the game of

SS' of Journalism headed by Journal's staff. He unraveled-' a some of the most prom- I actual work on the book; that no I Knights. An impromptu debate on ,

of. Ralph Stoutamire, left the"ersitv murder yarn that would startle inent pharmaceutical scholars in planning or constructive work at f the subject ""Eeaolf, that the

for JacksonviUe, the whole of the United States. the .country From the list,*Dr. { all can be done until the taff is I Engineer is of more value to the

fere they met late that afternoon City Editor Pepper wrote a' glar- William J. Hun, at present a. elected; that because: of these facts country than 'the Agriculturalist**, 3

the headline while Sam Cornwall member of the faculty of the Col- Seminole has always teen late I
; newspaper plant of the ing i the was given. R. P. Pickens sponsored -

ksoarte: Journal and put into who had spoken to all three of legs of Pharraacy: University of in reaching the Students: In view the affirmative while H. G.

'lect, embryo: plans for the get- the murdered men less than an Iowa, has been selected at the new I of these facts the Seminole staff t Hamilton supported the negative. I (

before wrote a feature story. Professor of Pharmacy. 1922-23 recommendto the Soph- A shoulder j
g: out of the Tuesday's editions, hoar of push contest was the

secoad successive year th3.tebb With only a minute to spare the Dr. Husa holds two degrees in omore Slass that it elert the Seminole I staged. The annual rat initiaiioi

has carried. out ; thisk. story was sent t othe composingroom. phamacy as wen as, the bache- i Staf -for 1923-24 before April was a feature greatly enjoyed b7.al.1
lors and Masters degree of Science
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t eight o'clock Tuesday morn- In the meantime, another report and will receive the Degree of 1. A motion was unanimously A lunch consisting of beef sandwiches

the class' was on hand to carry had came in that Al Hani was Doctor, of ,PhflosopTxy. passed that the Sopomore Class pickles, coffee, apples .and .
He has, moreover, had experience '
the thank the Staff for its friendly einamott yolk served in
day's work. Working UTS- resiously wotin ed.- Pandemonium was cafeteria
andas .
the as retail prescriptionist interest and that a joint meetingof style. *
direction of The Journal reigned supreme. research ; f

fl and Prof. Stoutamire, the The entire room still as death pharmaceutical and the 'Sopomore Gas and the Everyone gathered about the .r

ben of the class -got under waited for the first papers off! the chemist.He few Freshmen Law Class be hell before fires and listened to short, snappy\.
visited the University
.*3rfth their work. City Editor a April 1, 1923 for the electionof talks by members of the faculty

3" Pepper paired off the press. in walke-1, days ago for a conference with next year's Seminole Staff. students and some--of the
The door opened and President Murphree and Dr. Leigh, was
aid be": writers with the reg- and ,- -- The committee in charge
the Journal reporter calm. and expressed himself as greatly NOTICE
O. R. Davis
ones gave them assignmentstold 'C. O. Brattey and aA. t
i composed. Nobody said a word pleased with the spirit of the University According to Ralph Maixicano, JIartfll from
the
Ag.
them it. The CoUeg
to
to
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go silence
for five minutes or more. The and the outlook for pharmacy president of the Tampa Club of and E. E. .
reporters in the tow of the- Bentley J. V. Atan
thick it could have in this state. He will returnin
was so tEe Universlfy-of Florida, the date
soff and W. H.
Fuhtr
e experienced one set out to of the EngIneering
with knife. At law: to assist Dr. Leigh in
f" their runs. been cut a -- August for the annual HQIsboro-Duva College. }
some one laughed, then shamefaced the perfection of the final plans F
eve in the the __
office under -
lage of Associate ,Editor Tru- the "would be"s asked Mr. "- for opening of the school in September with the University the post three Smoker has been def ately decided '=7

Harris how he did it. as director of the Depart
Green and Feature Editor years upon, and will be held on Friday
er Miller. worked on editorialsspecial Thosemaking the trip were: The appointment to the Professorship ment of health and Hygene, Be- evening March 16th. This wil

Stoutamire Truman Green, of Pharmacology and fore coxing to the University ha '
i feature stories for t'ul Prof. undoubtedly be one of the greatest !
Glover MOler Bill Pepper. Sam Pharmacognosy baa been awardedto -Wa3_con ected"wi the College of social events ever staged by
Abbot E. G. Dr. A. W.-Sweet, who holds the
Charles in the University of
Cornwall pharmacy
i ith the any club
l noon editions off the county at the University,
s the work began to slack up Futcb, Ernest Hensley Mel Wilson Doctor of Philosopy training and Tennessee. Since coming ta tBe and there are many who are eager

i the reporters one by one drib- K. G. Harrod. .. G. Smith experience for the position for himself a splemlid 'eputatLvj and looking forward to and antic
Franklin West ud R.. J. :which_ he has been selected. to Profe,, b
back to the office for furtfierions. E Tttig, appointmen. a ?rblp patios' glorious time at tbjfe
Kewcombe. i Dr. Sweet has beea eecected well merited. btara
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t f; 4 t t t + *. * + *: numbers as Schubert's "serenade," -
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;" ALUMNI NEWS loath, and other numbers.
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i + ore presenting such numbers as
t B.w. AMES
P "Tomonow," and "I Wish I .
err W. G. PARMENTEIhIi + Could Shimmy Like My Sister For Unruly

i, ( ,+' + + + + f t + t + + t t + + + + Kate," with parts ar? nged especially -
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I I a Ia Jazz, (From the sublime -
The State High School Basketball Green Cove Springe. to the Ridiculous, Jimmy)* by

2 Tournament will be held in Jiirnue Melton, who will also endeavor ,, Sfacomb keeps yoar Hair
i": Gainesville, March 9-10, and it is '21, Charles A. Savage, L. L. B., to win a heart and home Just as yon comb it and at the

hoped that many of the alumni is practicing law in Ocala. tram some unsuspeting ywrg: same time supplies natural

I j Win take this opportunity to pay lady frrm F. S. C. W. by srig .g beneficial cfls which the scaln: ;
the old' school a visit. You will '16, Herbert S. Sawyer, L. I.. B., solos: vith band accompaniment. absorbs.

find a cordial welcome awaiting Phi Kappa Phi, is a member of Ideal also after washing yevr,
yon. Perhaps we had ought to the law firm of Knowles and Sawyer Hazardous'Outfit.A I hair. Adds life and luster.
lave reminded you of this date be at Sarasota. He is Prosecuting Ask your barber, for a $ta-
new organization at the Uni- comb Rub.
fore. Attorney for Sarasota Coun-
versity of Illinois is the "Suicide At all druggists su.o.s.sa ro
j r ty. While at school, Sawyer was IA
4 Gainesville Club." The membership is limited 11.1" Hair&141 .sti/4;
If you
I t for thq basketball tournament, Be- to four men. The men are all -- I

f fin planning now for the annual 1 1j. '11, Joseph W. Shands, A. B. working on chemical experiments -= "
,: R j. track meet. Plan to come Tip with from Florida and L. L. B. from which are either extremely poisonout -

'. E. the boys from your town so that I Columbia is practicing law in or sensitive to combustion.- -

1a they may have a proper introduction Jacksonville. McGill Daily. Popular Goods at Popular Prices atBUKHIM'S
1 ,. to the university and desire -
t1; to come here when they grad- '22, John S. Sherman, B. S. A. Those wino advertise in the

;i I ...te. Thus your trip will be both Is inspector for the State Plant Florida Alligator make it possible -

; a pleasure to you and a'profit to Board, located at Fort Lauderdale. for you to read this paper.
r the school. Sherman is lightweight wrestling

champion in 1919 and Captain of --
\' t One weey is possibly too short a the Swimming team in 1922. _
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!< time to begin expecting results,
r :: but never-the-leas, we are still George D. Sloan, who attended

I I :;.l J 'worrying. about lack of news to Florida from 1914 to 1917, U Man- COLSON STUDENT ROOMING HOUR '

4. I, \;,,1 keep the Alumni Section going. ager of the Gulf Ridge Groves Inc., i
.R: In other words, Alumni; it is upt at Brooksvflle.
i F. a, to you whether or not this section Nice rooms, twin beds, large closets, runmig|

f dies of starvation in about three Robert C. Smalley, who attended with shower baths
and
in
i: weeks, or continues till the end of here during 1915 and '16 is living water every room

s. f f. ; the year. If news of what your in St. Petersburg. He is Presidentof sleeping_porches. Opposite Science Hall-See
1 f fellow graduates are doing is of the St. Petersburg Civilian FLA. U. BOYS-

.j j Interest to you, help keep it go- Club, Director of the Chamber of DICK STANLY, Agent, at Mrs. Ramsey's.I ,
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; ing. If not, the alumni section Commerce, City Park Commissioner -'

; : has> already taken up too much and, Director of the Marina I
: valuable space. It isn't as though Winter Art School. :

Y a9 I this space cannot be filled up with -- This is Your Store-
{; K J auyitlng else, but rather a case 14, John R. Springer, B. S. A.,
1 r t of keeping our promise to those Phi Pappa Phi, '>e Asst. Nursery

( ; .. i loyal alumni who responded to Inspector for the State Plan You're Welcome

\ 't Barney Colson's letter, promising Board, located at Orlando. UNIVERSITY MEN
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f' !- \tan alumni section, and sent in --
i:1: I"I t their subscription. 17, Lewis J. Stadler, B. S. A., here when in Tampa -
from Florida, A M and 'Ph D. from

E1 J You arts and science men need Missouri Agricultural College, is Demand Value and style

J ,a. y 7 to wake up. In looking over the Asst. Professor of Field Caps at When you need
t the University of M',!ourf. Stab '
l records we find that the graduates Society Brand Clothe
I ler was Editor tn Chief of the '
: 'of the
professional colleges are
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1 ''I far in the lead in sending in newst' Seminole, President of the Senior Clothes we'll be gladto Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox Hats

of their activities. So the law Class, President of the Ag Club
far
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of Phi Are featured lines in the Giddens Store.
I and one the founders of
f i that have
{ 1 yera responded best,
f'r, 1 Alpha Kappa Phi, now Alpha serve you.
f With tig Ags and engineers,close Zeta. Mail Orders a Specialty.
t 3 \ seconds. Don't know whether
I 'j 1 this is any criterion as to the suc --
ti '20, Harry' L. Tompson, B. S. C. \ X .
life
cess they are snaking in or
E., L. L. B., J. D., all from Florida \
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I member of Phi Kappa Phi is .
/ I ; i Professor of Law at Mercer Uni WOLF BROTHERSTampa ,
:' 11. Pal Jonhson, former President versity. ,tj j

of the Alumni Association, I 1

f .f t i attended a sale of cattle at the
; 16, Harry W. Tompson, LL B.thas \ .
.. :\. ;. Anthony Farms, Anthony, F1&. held several important public
i 'i the first of the week. Pat bought offices At present he is State's

i some ,pure-bred animals to put Attorney for the first circuit HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO. '
f ::. with his present herd. Besides being Business Manager of the Seminole.
: a cattleman, \Pat has been _' _. v- /
the War he First
I During was FLORIDAx
,1, ', practicing law at Kissimmee since Lieutenant in the Air Service. ,TAMPA, 1 1
; receiving hIs L. L. B. in 1911. "
i '21, Clyde Vining, LL. B., is a "
j b in JdiamtSAXOPHONE
lawyer
\ '22, A. B. Dewolf has been back
I to Gainesville for a few days QUINTETTE f 4 + 4.4.4. t'+ +

1 II I greeting his old friends. Like most FORMED BY JIMMIE MELTON I
ef the men that return, he bad -

)s l', I favorable comment to make on this Under the auspices and inspiration S33 2 i
rf year's crop of "rats". DeWolf was of Jirrmie' Melton a Sax-
f Captain of B Company last year aphone quintette has been orga- I

4 i and was to be seen watching his nized and will be used as part of MEET ME AT
j eld company with especial interest the program to be given by the .
I at Dress Parade Wednesday I University band at Tallahassee,
e Afternoon. where the band goes within the mI

next few days.Composing z
.4' ,s R. M. Wilson, formerly Principal the quintette are the MILLER'SWe
of the High School at Talla- following: .
hassee, has recently been appoine- Jimmie Melton, Solo Alto. ii aWe

L a I,, ed State High School inspector, George Anderson, Soprano.
Are At Your Service
!1 :filling made Overstreet
the vacancy by Profj Murry C. Melody.

t W. S. Cawthon. Herbert Peterson, Tenor.A. No Place Like Home
I t: '17, Carl H. Rosenbxish, B. S. A., I R. Mathews, Baritone. \\1 and Miller'sTHE

-'. ,'t who was baseball captain in 1917, These boys are working up a

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<- BBNTONENGINEERING SO- In'1teCollege Men to See and Try On Our f _
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-1Ir-na No Dance-Woman's ;
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of the Benton Engineering EDERHEBHSR # : '
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Jrma Alpha Epsilon Annuar Society were entertained + .. r- .
_ en Day Ball Woman's last -1

.(pii f_-,March 23, formaL pictures Monday on the evening history by of the moving tel- : STEIN CLOTHES 1 d f .

sPa Alpha Epsilon Annual ephone, and transportation. The \. i
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White second
rggj&r'i. Day Banquet film was called King of the .
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)tofy March 24. Rail. These films were loaned by $30. $35- $45 t ; i _
: Stay Greek Dance: Woman's the General Extension Division of .<. -. .
* :April 12, formal. the university. The ; ,
tak '
society is indebted :
'< Kappa r Sigma Annual Installa- to Jim Winfield for operat-- Specially designed for the straight:, slim figures of Varsity men-tailored I : ?

*t Bafl- Woman's Club, April ing the machine. .+ to look as good in the showdown as they do in the showcase. Some of the i i t

ft'ftrmaLL'1 The first film, History of the models have inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt.

>. FARR ITERARY SOCIETY Telephone tures of the described development and gave of pic-the I Some have bellows shoulders; also belted. Some have patch pockets that ) il"J j.t

"; telephone from the first crude device : button through, other patch pockets are plain. Some are two button. Some ': '

absence of the invented are three buttop. ,
pne, to the prost by Alexander Graham ; ti :

i< firs. Sias, and! the fact that Bell to the wonderful instru- All in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished Makenxinship. t'' h .t-
&e vice-president was on the pro- ment and system we enjoy today. '
the society was called to or- The I second picture consisted of : Extra value is, of course, to be expected. !

,by Mr. Stephens dh Monday three reels called King of the : '' \ 't tijil

'en nr. After the calling of the Rails, and gave successive modesof I _Super-Fine Ederheimer-Stein Suits at Fifty and Sixty. Dolars a 1 r

and the presentation of the American transportation from .

peeretary's report, the program the crude means of pioneer days to 'fl" ''I
f, the evening began. Mr. E. E.urn the supreme triumph, the electric ; EVERYTHING MEN AND BOYS WEAK ] t

first took the floor, talking locomotive. Both the films were vitally r .

tie: subject. "The Impeachment interesting to all engineersand '" / : -

!Andrew Johnson." Some phase every engineer should have :

| the impeachment not generallywere been there. Come out: 'B. E. S. : 'orter. : : j

brought up by Mr. men. ,
*son and the society was certain- I, !: ." <"
.benefitted by his excelent talk. TAMPA CLUB MEETINGAt Clothing C o '+ t
talk i ,: ; !
'ext on the program was a #V : 1
Mr. ..In.W iseonuetao aoinnnn a meeting of the Tampa Club .c ,
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Mr. J. H. Wise on "My Exper- held last > :'
y Wednesday night committees !
JACKSONVILLE CORNER BAY" AND LAURA .
,
Hiscperiences
nces with the Chatauqua. to look to arrangementsand i P. : ;

proved very interestinge program for, the annual Hlls- J I : t

humorous, some serious, and
boro-Duval smoker were appointed. f >

reryone. will admit that they gain- Although the date for the smoker i I !

j new ideas of chatauqua life. has not been definitely decided up- ;

Due to the absence of Mr. Harts I on, it is certain to be in the hear ,, '

who was" to talk on "My Trip the I future, and many rare and unique M.................................. ...... :i :
Europe, this completed I surprises are in store for its mem-
the society adjourned ; : I
gram and --

ortly afterward. bers.As the two clubs alternate in DR. MURPHREE AND .I 1 !
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presiding at these yearly functions, j ;;IS N'6 : I

SOGRAM FOR THE FARR LITERARY it falls to Duval to have that honor DEANS REVIEWED S Drugs, :Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods : ;

SOCIETY this year. Duval also has chargeof I J We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only I- 'J.t

the program. I I purest drugs used. Low priced. .Quality considered. z I Ia
March 5, 1923. The annual smoker was started THE BATTALION Gainesville, Florida.ftr&2Kr&&raR I
Debate: Resolved, That the neroes but .
in 1917, in a rather small way --- - - - - ; S!
should be colonized. since that time has greatly grown, I If
.... Affirmative: R. G. Miller. and is now ine of the biggest and Instead of the usual dress pars- ;. 'j 1

"" F. M. Ivey. most popular events of the season. ed on Wednesday the battalion was Kr3 it I! ,

Negative: G. H. Bee.Wallace The idea of having this event is to reviewed by Dr.,Murphree, nn<3 the 1 I ,I
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Byrd. promote and to foster a good feel- Dean As was to be expects i they THE PHIFER STATE BANK ;;
Current events: F. H. Wright. two largest high expressed their approval cf the m
ing between the jjj GAINESVILLE FLORIDA j jr tl' i iIi
Talk: Dr. J. M. Leake. schools in the state. As Hillsboroand battalion, both in appearance and I f

Duval are the largest and most I in its maneuvering.This BazniBraraggg i i t-
AG. CLUB. enthusiastic county clubs at the makes the second tme in t h '

interest is manifested two weeks that the battalion has .... .. : .
University, much -- -- - - -- ,
The first speaker on the programAg. toward their annual combined successfully passed the scruMny of

Club Monday night was T. J. smoker and their members inspecting officials, but it till has i FLORIDA BARBER SHOP il ; :

ier, who told the club the why royal good time. another in line for March 16th WEST SIDE SQUARE i:< !
anticipate a I
how of rural credits. Mr. Gei- when a big military field day and It Guaranteed Service and Courtesy is our ltlotto. tt'

told the history and purpose of PEABODY CLUB display will be put on for the Civi J. C. PREVATT, Prop. i _

rural credit system and showedat tan Club of the State. Classes will a -- .-. .... -..... t ":.
a benefit it was to the farm- After the business session anda be suspended Friday afternoon to J Ji
By its use the farmer can hold permit the program to go fu1! tj ,
drill ..
seven minute parlimentary : ..:
crops until the markets are the swing, and big things are being I
the program of the evening was i.
i.Mr. consisted entirelyof planned for the. visitors. F
taken It
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M. U. Mounts told the club up. _:
debate which every memberwas Bedding Pillow Cases !
a on .
differences in the general type EVERY WEEK GALLERY
The
to be prepared.
farming carried on in the west urged TEAM GETS BETTER Sheets Blankets ,
subject was Resolved: That the ;r-
compared to our methods here. AND BETTER. _.. 11, ..
tariff for revenue only is of greater V
eral interesting experiences in ; .
benefit to the people of the : : :;
club by succeeded in RD3BONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES' ..
i west were related to the The gallery team '_-
than protective. .. .
States a
Mounts. United beating its record of the previous MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER il "
lead with theaHirmathe
Mr.
'0 Henry was the subject- next tariff. Ramsey week on Saturday Febuary 24,
and followed by I
the program. Rat Jeffreyse was when it made a team total of 944. fi
and Mr. Clegg on the negative )fr. We Keep Everything for Your Room' !i l j.a. j.
an account of the life This is four points above any other ,; -
:Mr. Mc- .
the affirmative, .
Moore 10 1-
on
ks of 0 Henry and Rat Johnson record they have made this year. ; ;

d. one of this! noted author's Innis on the affirmative, and. Mr. It is impossible to include the ,, I ;.
!es entitled, "Girls." E. P. Turner on the negative.Mr. names of those who fired in this '

behalf of the club,'Presidentson Moore suggested that the issue, but it is understood that VJwn !51
club have a social at some: @ :
awarded the medals to the Peabody they were the regular team which !
forethought
it the -
but was
date,
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bets of the stock judging team. near saved has been firing the whole year. GJMWESVILLEFLORIDAELECTRIC .
of Mr. Ramsey that I Ji
rest of the hour was spent in There is considerable competitionamong I< s'
the club's money, or at least postponed i r
scuision feed, who to
of the Ag. Eng. men are trying ,
j tII'
of such un- m
h takes place Friday evening. the expending break in for the first time to gaina .
.'"main discussion centered on til more value per dollar could be place on the team, but the old :

question whether girls realized. He suggested that this members are so far holding their" .. -
after the ladies arrive ;Y
Id. be invited. After a heart social be held own. Reports from the standing of II'!
It is believed the
appeal made by Mr. (Hill in April. the past few matches are not yet ; '
the fair ones in Tea.hers SHOE REPAIR COMPANY :
) Hamilton the clubs decidede presence of bit of"pep" at hand, but it i? hoped that tha ,
will add quite a
affirmative. College Peabody and insure a higher scores the team are making SHOES REPAIRED WILLS YOU WAIT r t ; .
to will bring ca above N. C.
)GRAM FOR AG. CLUB, MAR. larger attendance to the meeting. State. t "
4, 1923. Any way we feel sure that a social SERVICE AND QUALITY OUR MOTTO !
of lades and
with a plenty
ary Military Fraternity recently -
attended.
outs for As:. Georgia debate. eats will be well pledged and initiated the following It STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE K. WINTER, ROOM

ect, Resolved, That the Covent I
NEW SCABBARD AND BLADE men; H. C. Stansfield, B. C. Trim 19 BUCKMAN
of the United States INITIATES ble and T. J. Giegar. I
d accept Henry Ford's pro- I
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backward Saturday',
Entered as second class matter, September 29, 1912, at ..the'Post.- Time rolled jure by. OVER KDVXSAS .\-
night. The curtains of the past .
office at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of March 3, 1879. Phantom-like the crowd assembled -
r' were drawn%and for a few hour went through the days of The U of F. R O. 'l'. t

ii '' FREDERIC H.WRAY. LANGWORTHY _..____..:- '-------Editor-in-Chief a of scene the gymnasium appeared under that recalled the rafters the long ago with all the-core- ree team came out viet'rioaa'a

} ROBERT ._.___._..._.__.____..____________.Managing Editor days of '49.Dapper spirit of yore and as the clock. match fired with the K s.s
> i struck the hoar of 12 vanished.The Aggies, Manhattan, .
HUBERT WEEKS ___:______..______.______.Assis.tant Managing Editor college men and 20tb gymnasium was empty again. of a possible 4600) p i0
century women were changed, as if
r 'R. A. C <0r1----._.--___...-_.vj:...----. Sport Editor by magic to the characters that Two roulette wheels were manipulated 3538 to Kansas. 521. .. .

M. OVERSTHEET ..._.._....______..____.___ --.Asst.. Sporting Editor I one only seed in the pages of a 1 by men wh osaw Nevada ing scores were made, '
as-the last frontier. Over the 372;;; Harrod 361:
- W RUSSELL KING ....___.__...___.._..__._____._._..____.Make-up Editor story Bewhiskered book.: ruffians clad in _rise identical table that reckless plungers Trimble 360; Brice ;3i8WfIa I6r.; !

_____.._______________. _-Johfe Editor I college Schabmcer 350
1.' K.:K. HANSEN _____..._-:___._ gaudy colored shirts, Stetson hats. I once risked thqosands, ; Salley. ;

., J.' F. BLATT ___......-..__._--_-_-._-____..__.__._______.___.__Asst. Joke Editor corduroy trousers and high topped men took a chance with'tke spirit 340; Knight 340.

i FRANK" ELMORE, EDGAR BUSBEE ____ ._.Society Editors -- _ .... .... ... .... .... _. A h. _.'X Jt.A.A.,-V 1'?-A...... ..... A _
r J B.. W. AMES _._-:.........:.:._:-._._-.. -L:-------.------,._---.-Alumni 1' r

1 JVILLIAM PARMENTER ._._.:.-___.__......Asst. Alumni Editor I IS _______ _'___ I
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i I. :' n'1 J, D. Sibert,T. H. Parhm,.Sam Cornwall, G. H. Bee, W. Emmons, : MAN !
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r i ._4 ...,-- HORACE WILSON____ .__..________*- ------...._.--Busings Manager I SPRING SUITS

'f;iJ D, A. RAMBO .._____.!! .._':._____......_Assistant Business Manager
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_, .:;! Doctor Murphrees letter to all students, In the university{ is ,, 'j MEN'S STORE

_.:: fiicot an exhortation to obey the Eighteenth Amendment. The Styles, Direct from Convenient Corners

I;; ;,.; percentage of men in Florida who are-supporting the bootleggers .
6 Fifth Avenue. New York,! JACKSONyiLLE,
( ;_ 6 isfwe/ pridefully sate, far smaller than the usual amount found in -. '
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a f I!'; col1eg z. His letter-is a request to the student body to show that i We are prepared to show your lines of Spring

!:J :tills institution is full-heartedl in favor of backing the Constitution Clothing that cannot be equalled by any

'. of the United States in its entirety. College men all over tier 0o otherstore* in Florida. '

t'r country are taking a stand for law and order, and i is only fitting.

_{ that we should fall in-line. J .... -

1 ; f: i : According to statistics, only one-half of the per cent of the people ,2, 3 and 4 piece Suits. !
11,h are college men and women. We are without doubt the chosen:

; few who have this advantage given to them. It is, therefore, all

i I the more reason why we should support the government which /
: $25. $30. $35 =- -
K: 'maintains our i titutio'ps.Ve owe it to our college, to our state .

P !: and. to our country, and as leaders of our own generation the xr : II t

; ,J ample we set is to have great influence over the outside world.

Recently there has been considerable ferment here and there

throughout the country, resulting in sporadic outbursts of mob -- -

rule, bolshevism and'kindred rebellion against order all of which ( S

,' 1 the bootlegger and his products Have aided. As future citizens of -. 1:

1 / America, or as future officers of the American army, it is our

j t uty to support the Constitution against anything detrimental tofu .
w authority. This is the thing which Dr. Murphree is asking in n.0232RT .B OLES' .A I .R- -- .P UM
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I ; his letter, and which this universty must go on record as favoring{ 1

t : whole-heartedly. The question of prohibition is not intended; that

\ \ question has long since been settled by Congress and is as dead as
f
J: the old idea of slavery. What is Being asked is whether or not our 5 T '"

1 awn Constitution is valid, or whether lawbreakers of any sort will !

i 'j f be allowed to poke holes in it as they; wish. It is the opinion of \

i \ authorities that the stand which,the colleges are taking is the I The "PR ICTIC IL" Alchemist and"THEORETICAL"
thread from which the fabric is made.' Surely we will not fail

'', to put a strand labeled "Florida ,into the whole cloth. .

," \ ".' Robert.
t ) BoyleIi'
With the opening of the baseball season, ones thoughts return ,
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?' to last year's failure of the student-body to give the team f' -'
|[HE alchemists wrote entific experimental study of the '
14 the backing it deservide.- Beauseve did not have the right kind
: of "fluids" and
vaguely atmosphere and discovered that
of spirit last: year, Stetson came here and defeated us. That .
"principles. Copper it had a "spring" in it, cr in other
: few built bonfire before Thomas Hall and "rallied
night a loyal a, silver.'
was potentially words that it could expand. H&
's a round.', From From the top of a barrel, Buck Carleton delivered Rid it of its red color and the"principle" also established the connection
!' c a pointed speech as to the calibre of men who had noot spirit to of silver would
assert between the oiling point of water .
4 I get out!; en Fleming Field'and yell the team to victory. The les f Itself,so that silver would remain. and atmospheric pressure, a very
h
: son'was enough. Next day the student body marched out in a With a certain amount of philos- "theoretical" discovery in his day

.. body and yeHei: themselves hoarse while the 'Gators swamped opher's stone (itself a mysterious but one which every steam engi-

I ; Stetson, With many of us, the memory of that disgrace is still "principle") a base metal could be ,neer now applies. Q-

keen, and will not soon be forgotten. Baseball is just as important converted into a quantity of golda ?
He was the first the term"analysis" .
-, as football. Both are for the greater g'_ory of: Florida. And million times as great. to use .
iii t j '" in the modem chem
we have learned that an indifferent attitude upon our part will This all sounded so "practical"that ical
the first define an _
sense,
r-t i lose he game for us. Let last year's story be, sufficient. It will Kings listened credulously, element as ,a body which to cannot ,/-

b i never happen again. And fe'Iows! Let's start this season with but the only ":ngible result was be subdivided and from which :'

j the old spirit that has brought Florida through many a victory.. .\ that they; were enriched with much compounds can be reconstituted.
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Remember, Stetson! bogus gold.Scientific. ..
r : Boyle's work has ended. l :
j not
fi {. 1: theorists like Robert '
-, I The last issue of the Duval Oracle contains. an article called ... Boyle (f627-1691)) proved more Today in the Research Laboratories -: :
The of Florida." The author ...... of the General Electricr
University Sara Clark, has put the "practical" by testing matter discovering
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; beauty our campus caught the glint of sun its composition and then
Much has shed
t light there been
{ on gray moss, of red-brick through green pines, and woven it into drawing scientific conclusions that the oF:. jz.on
I J; : a fabric of dreams as only a chance visitor could do. One reading could thereafter be usefully and chemical ractions that .; '}':
occur in vessel In which
-3 I tier article is well repaid for his time. honestly applied. Alchemists con a a nearly
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f jectured anddiedho perfect vacuum has been produced. % .

...experimented, One
and lived. practical result of this wort.
is the vacuum tube which plays an
,x WON'T YOU Using the air pump Boyle undertook essential part in. radio work and ff
S S a "theoretical" but sci- roentgeaology.
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r4ILERUNINJAXLAST r YESTERDAY MEETSJAXY. 1 I I patrioie Gator advertisers. : :I'I'r '

The University tennis team just'

SATURDAY ., -r returned from Winter Park where I

The first ofw the elimination Saturday night, March 3rd' the they defeated. tile RollhS tennis

tryouts Sir the swimming team at Gator team of volley ball sextette' team by the score of 5-3; Florida I :1' 'i

la the annual threemile'nad the University were held atFrieze's clashed,with a post, team from winning three singles and one

under thp a1.lpiees'of the pond yesterday afternoon, double match ,while the Tars tool
,53 Jacksonville Y. M. C. A. The best

. Jacksonville Playgrouynd depart- with enthusiasts a goodly on crowd hand.of The swimming men two out of three games determines only match.one single jyid one double $$4 :

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aea*., held last Saturday afternoon swam against time and some very the winner for this contest,strenuous X .
The first match between Pome-
it Jacksonville the Gator crosaoMitrs good results were obtain preparation laely for this contest 2EUSL=1

teams took all honors. offered Two new docks each about 60 and from all appearances will roy and Thompson furnished plen- Y t!

O'Neal Cox cr)3sed the feet long, have been erected in the surely make the "Y" stack up a ty of excitement when Pomeroy,
finishing line in eighteen minutes brand of ball that .Trill make who had the first set to his credit, S
Eight and ,one-fifth %:ond3. 'Fol.I pond. These are 50 yards apart, them, themselves really.surprised. 6-4 and having 5-4 and set and Handsomet i t Fi
and mark the
swinmming course.
watch the second lost the
point ,
on
I lo\ ins Cox for pla:! honors was There has With Thompson, Hicks and andheadm'tsit'Andhe's' q
be6L a foot stat
C0/ 5-7 and the third 4-C
for se: Q.i; Gilroy, second wise' too. He Ii ,
King one
: I Rassel placed in front of each of tieperaf. Hartsfi d starting for the Gators, a
and Buckley Then the line of Florida took on brushes his hr: with
< third; Dickey fourth well Stephens, Simmons, r
: The springboards are regulation as as Wright of Rollins and defeated "Vaseline" Hair Tonic.
i i fifti. The University Athletic Gilmartin, and ,Keller furnishing a f
height, 10 feet from the him in two fast sets, 6-3, 613. Nooneknowssbetterthan
of
I Association team, composed water, and the tower have also background that wul prove impregnable he,the sleek, srr.:r*effect -I
. Cox: King, Dickey and Buckley, been erected. The pond has been not enough room is Next- Crawford of Florida matched it gives to his head. And i'' the ;5 S
took tie first team place, thereby left for-Armstrong, Hodges and up with Seeds, Rollins'star also knows that it is .
completely cleaned of all weeds and
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winning a leg on ,the two year trash. *. Thompson, championship men halfback, and easily winningby a wonderful.....hair trim t'
loving cup Offered by .V. E. from Kansas who have been at the score 6-1, CIS At all rug stores and
Jacobs Jewelry Company. Cox The managementis trying.to get the game for ten years- to pat outS In the last singles Match, Hous- student \arber chops.CHHSBBROUGH .- +.
, the meet here with either the
the individual prize which team. HaskeU, Brown, er of Florida had some trouble in .. ,
brighter
won I Jacksonville "Y*" Tech S M\M'F'C IX R WC CO.
vas a loving cup, given by lies* or Georgia: and Carlyle will probably be the taking the first set from "Cotton" i/OWOiMkU// item Ted ; ; w
asd Slager. Other medals were others from Jacksonville who shall Thomas by score 8-6, but he took leak Street [ y
f did| their predecessors, the rat the second set without trouble, Every"rutta*"product a MOMtatntfeJ ,- ;
warded. help to make our men fight as nev- any gurrf kern tccaute *f V
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football team. Winter Haven, Rol- 6-1. cis.lrscpeey mod eHAIRTQfflC;acteesul ;
The University of Florida Fresh er before. .
lins, and the Jax Greenbacks are
Houser and Pomeroy were not
"iian team: placed behind their those who have fallen before The Gators left Saturday morning -
among to their usual form in
running mates for second team: I the rats. > for the metropolis of Florida, playing the doubles up and were defeated by Vaseline j :.

plac". Gilroy, Poe Grain, end Their line-up will probably be as where they will be magnificently Thompson and Seeds 6-1, 6-3. ,. '
idans, represented this team. follows and forwards I watched over by their most efficient 6C.v.S t+T err
1 : Newton Jpnes With the score at this time a I
took the lead from the I commander, Andy Simmons. : i
GHroy ; Smith, center; Brown' and 3-3 tie, Crawford and Line defeated ,
dart, setting a fast pace which Marshall, guards while Brumby, Thompson and Wrightby 6-3,
ifi held for the first two miles, Worley, Ploekleman, Goldstein, ELECTION FOOTBALLMAN- 7-5, and Florida won the match 5-3. .e'I
'With COT, Ring, and Bickey just Whittaker and Harwell will be the AGER I '
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reserve players. .
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King for a quarter, whOj then led rats have perform here and also has called a meeting of the Ath! tie SUPPLIEi-- '
alone for another quarter.' O'Neal the last, and it will thq one and Association to be held Thursday ATHLETIC ;I;

Cox, with his insuperable' endurance only opportunity to see' them inaction JIarch 8, at twelve noon for the ,

and speed, then vied with so a biff crowd should be purpose of electing a football man-
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fan for the last quarter. Two small sum of twenty-five cents will The nominees are: Frank Evans,
Dial runners pushed the Univer- be the'admission for students, and Henson Markham, Maxwell: Wells. ;

fitv! men admirably for a while' fifty cents for townspeople.The BAJRD HARDWARE CO. JI

, IT* nitre unable to stand the pace. visiting; high school payers during the month, Tentativemeets .

! T3ie. Duval>team placed third. who will be here for the tourna- have also been secured with Miami .,
! mint will be the guests of the rast and Palm Beaeh for either the Phone 7 II t tV !,

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formerly sI
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North Carolina State, and Zee- I t. 618 Florida Ave. Phone 3417 Opposite Postoffice: vI _

ack, who was here last- year with t HAVErJT'"l
f;)L Pete High in the bask tb"l y BURNETT
tone ament and was named as an I O S .
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Benvenuto Cellni,,the famous Italian t FIRST NATIONAL BANK

fL HANSEN J: P. BLATT metal worker, and was to be t Incorporated 1888

k1 k1ad : ATROCITIES : mixed in his salad. A cunning apothecary Capital $100,000 Surplus, $158004

t however, substituted a. I GAINESVILE, FLORIDA
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cheaper beryl which was asrecog I _
1',J *' ** * * * * * * * nized, by the conspirators and the ... -- ... _

trick failed. A proof of the sealing -
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a r ,, I "So he's conceited, is he?" vouched for by Dick Rose, !n case powers of the diamond when

T hope to tell; he's so conceited the dubious, should be inclined to properly used, was believed by THE REXALL STORE NO.

F t :1wt won't work on, his own birtbi question it. Rat Rose reports many to lie in the fact fiat the 2
4By.. that one Jere Clarke, of whom you poor died in such numbers of the I 719 W. University Avenue

can easily form a mental picture plague.A The Drug Store Nearest the University"

i i i. Joe Barchan-"Wait a minute; when it is said of him that he recent writer declares hi? faith Prompt Delivery Service PHONE 360-
rooms at the Azalea, is really an of the "
in these curative power
'was that the red ten of hearts?
p ; : adept at that division fancywork precious stones- but believes" tr rt'!
the
:'I Taz an-"No; that was
: :I Made one." which is known to the initiated as,; the cure is effected by removingthe .. .... ..... ..... .... .... ... .. ... --.........
embroidery, and is at present en- patient to a better vrorlL ,
It is reported from the mcssi gaged in the manufacture of an exquisite -
I I THE UNIVERSITY BOOK '
i Son and Ramsey's that the gentlemen design. Richard says that EDITOR HOWE DELIVERED STORE I II

'IJ: : who ran for the office ort he is quite sure that Mr. Clarke LECTURE LAST SATURDAY I Basement Language Han
will be glad to give lessons in the
biggest eater in the Seminole popularity ,
I contest are in an awful art to any one who are'genuinely Sdhor: H. E. Howe of the Journal ,

t :} J qaaatry at the present time. The interested. of Industrial and Engineering I I '
: 'I :results of the election are not to '
interotrg
"hem': uy, gave a very ;
f ; I l :Be disclosed until the Seminole Has any one notced that-day by New Lin eof University Jewelry and Stationery .
.ture on "The Re c 'f t nrrn- la
;1 comes out, so these men have, no day, in every way, the Hon. Roland Relations" in "
Beam of ascertaining which E. Snagg's istry in International Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps Mme'
t on? Ins mustache is growing the gymnasium Saturday evening. I .:
elected. In the meantime each thinner
r j:, and thinner? Ths Icture a
February 17. was Books Etc.
': :: must preserve the highest efficien- and al- t ory :
I part of the lyceum course, ,
i ;0.'Q' possible in gastronomic line, DID YOU KNOW? tho the audience was small due to j
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4 so that in case he was elected hisDeputation Did know -
you that, accordingto .
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; sevral dances being on that night, I
3, ..' will not have suffered, the ancients, the precious the ones that did hear Mr. Howe : .... .... .... ..... t_ .... -.. ...
r t :'lit md be will not be open to the stones in your fraternity badge were well pleased.Mr. .

r., ,,J}1 charge that the manner in which might be used to cure hemorrhage, Greenleaf & Crosby Company j "
'; Howe's lecture was a review -
'l he demolished grab prior to the inflammatory diseases, "collicke,"
of the part Chemistry has
F contest was but a clever way of and even "goggly
eyes"?
t t J electioneering. Consequently com- At rate, played in the course of civilization.He I JEWELERSJacksonville -.
any according to Burr
is ,
which
began with Egypt,
e -
i plaints have seen made by the Patterson & Co.,
!t: < tables at-which these men sit, and manufacturing suppose to be the birthplace of "
fraternity jewelers of Florida :
[ j) ensued. the Middle Detroit, this science where it grew up as ..

J { 'r ; 'f In an interview, Mr. I; W. Scott for this Age doctors are authority a black art. He traced its spreadto !,

,,1 said, in the course of the conversation -. corides himself assertion and dios- the Roman Empire, to India, I Medals, Class Rings and Pins. Commit-
: it is said ,
prescribed
1 ?' l "It only because I to China, and then down thru the
;:.:: was I in search of
powered tees loving trophies
sapphires for the last cups or ]
[\ ,' : t. wished to please my friends that ailment middle ages to the present day. 1
::- 7 consented to run in this contest. Another mentioned above. He told many wierd tales of the suitable for Golf, Tennis or other athletic

. j ", Upon my contest, they immediately the made it much stone more whose available lower value as ed discovery where of manufacture compounds.of He certain show I events, wills find it an easy matter to I
J created a reputation for ma m
a medicine, however, was the coraL chemicals lead international Choose from selection packages which
; to we
f*k fine of eating ability, and I was
,. k Galen prescribed it as a positivecure crises: as for example the discovery will send
; forced to live up to it. But now I for gladly upon approval. I
or the spitting of blood while of the
gunpowder and process
: I_find that they are 'djsatisfie.1!; Pliny: recommended it as a cure of nitrogen fixation.
I trim my appetite, and Wish me to, for stone. I''I--- -' -. - -
I ;t curb it, but this I am unable to .; ,_. F,- (
For -
those afflicted
that ,elected. I with melancholia "
.1 do for fear I.was I 'i
Avicenna
k ;j r: 'rould not disappoint the gentle- suggested coral I
i { made into cordial. which he found
\ ; i men who voted for me. -"\i
r I :I When approached upon the same "singuJarly'productive of joy." --
'f. I subject, Mr. Clinton Van Cleff expressed Matthioli, we are told by Sydney i
I ,Beath in his "Romance of
Symbolism" -
1 Ii :: himself thusly: "It is wells
I # f Inown on the campus that I am, prescribed for his patients r
suffering from the same ailment, ,
iy inclination, a very light eater. -_
a dissolved
pearl which, he
s :But now that I have run at top assur-
{Ii' ed them, was a "sovereign against
long
speed for such a period. I "
I; fond that I am unable to abate my melancholy. for epilepsy, the
same medico recommended coral property owner wants a pavement on
F i appetite in the least, and 'this
to be worn about the neck EVERY that is durable smooth sanitary
,
I stems to be the cause of much or ,
I < scomfort for my fellows in the drunk in powders at the patient's quiet and pleasing to the eye-one .

t : a commons. You may quote me assaying option. that will last for 25 or 30 years and not be a

I,t \ that I sincerely regret the medicinal'For those who care 'I .. tax burden on the community because of the .

r I ; r :fact that I am unable to cut down qualities of necessity for frequent and costly He :
following repairs. IS
: : t prescription. cited from
m my consumption of foodstuffs, j
the willing to pay a little more in the beginning in
j : Set that under existing conditions Family dictionary of Dr. Sal-
s is really impossible. mon, 1696. order to get a pavement that will not cost so

K Mr. Richard Sias refused to "Coral, to prepare-Take such a much for annual maintenance and call for early

: grant an interview to the reporter, quantity as ye think convenient. replacement. He likes to see his city practice

f .. Dying that he had been opposed to Make it into a fine powder by the same economy that he himself practices in

f ,; tie contest from the very begin- grinding it upon a' porphyry or buying a suit of clothes or pair of shoes.
;, a&ngnd that he was shocked and: an iron mortar. Drop on it by degrees x on. -t,t

t';,: ( :, Xorified to find that his name had a little rosewater, and formit ( ,
' j ', : .j Been placed upon one of the tickets into balls for use. After this :

} ; :ft "without his consent. It seems to manner crabs-eyes, pearls, oyster

t ; ..1 'I that :Mr. Sias *has the wrong shells, and precious stones are prepared 1

: 'I. :attiture towards this question, and to make up cordials compounded Jtfick 'f''

,, t -' 1 hat the placing of his name upon of them and other suitable :

tibe ticket was a recongnition of materials for} the yrti'ngthening
i I; t :uent. of the heart in fevers, or such like

'. I ;" ., i Mr. J. Claggett Taylor, Esq., bet violent diseases, and. to restore the .' '

_ SET known as Icky, threw an apple decays of Nature.
PAVEMENTS
f sore at the'reporter who approach. Still more costly remedies were .r .

itd him. In a shouted conversation found in emeralds and rubies usedin r .i.f

4' f .' i, Hr. Taylor: admitted that he was a variety of ailments, the emer-
Indeed the biggest eater on the ald to be tied on the stomach as ; easily and habitually meet these requirements

., (,t I campus, ant, secondly, that he intended a cure for dyspepsia. This stone not to mention many others. The "Closed for

i to sustain this dearly wonamputation was prized by the Arabs as an Repairs" sign seldom bars the way on a brick

and thirdly that he antidote for poison and we are pavement. Every property owner who has

.5. 5 k attended to sue the Seminole and told of one Abenzoar wHft, after already helped his city pay for high class
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I &nand a recount in case be did taking poisonous herbs, was entire- on other streets pavements ;:,
sot win the contest. ly cured by placing an emerald in good a naturally wants just as

I, .' 'his mouth and t another on his / will not pavement fill the bill.on his street. A substitute' :

The Philosophical Freshman:, stomach. !
Ton may be able to get through 1* is impossible net to associatethe

college without buying a textbook, colors of the wlotw stones NATIONAL E
M hat the possession of a check-book. with the medical tw tt to which PAVING BRICK t

'is essential. they were put, similar colors being -
e y wS trusted to counteract against MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATIONCleveland

S ; Oar heads are in the clou-li," themselves. The ruby, garnet and ,
'- said: the Junior's date as they bloodstone, for example, ware con-

yi stepped out into the foggy ni,ht sidered remedies for inflammatory I Ohio ,'TJ

diseases, the amethyst for Intoxication
} Students of the University with the yel'ow stones for I
s highly developed esthetic sense jaundice and bilious disorders.

'gin undoubtedly be glad to learn The Greeks considered the diamond -
that the fine arts are coming into '
as deadly poisonous and for ai
recognition at this institution, that reason an excellent antidote
rebich is as it should be. The lat- provided it touched the skin. An

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t "ard and Yale have accepted the SCHEDULE DEFINITELY SPORTING GOODS ; : ..
foritation of Oxford and' Cambridge t Pressing Club e Football' Tennis. : 'I : -

to an international track DECIDED Opposite Star Garage : Hardware of AH Kinds "
I Beet to be held in England in July, I t-- .
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announced following
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meeting of committees represent- The I LET US CLEAN 'EM : ; i
Masqueraders win make THE t ; ;
1sg the.athletic bodies of the two their first appearance in publio : THOMAS COMPANY t 1i (i !; ':
universities. Dyeing and I Phone 22 rsrs t
jUnerican I Pressing Also II
Biennial international meets for this season here in Gainesvilleon Phone 675 I : WEST SIDE OF SQUARE ? j r ,. Ye
April 7, the last night of the
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vere favored at this meeting, and :
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meet then ; t
will
it was decided to suggest the matter into West Florida they and on the go 9 ove an "............... .............<<

I to Oxford and Cambridge. The 10 at Pensacola }j :.
veets would be held in the two on the 11 at : r' :
I countries alternately, that of Jacksonville, 12th at St Augustine .
13th at Orlando aid 'then tack A. H. Doran 3332 r22 RGAINESVILLE
1825 being in America.-McGill here for a week, then to Ocala, !i '

1 JaiI1. Tampa 19-20-21, ,and St. Petersburg, on the i I I For Bicycles Accessories and Bicycle Ii I FURNITURE COMPANYi; ':

The oldest temple in North 232 East Main Street South !fi ', .
I They are beginning to trim up !Ii s -f
JLaerica was uncovered in Mexico and work the play ina snaps, so. !: Victrolas .l: f

\U Dean Cummings of the University as to begin regular rehearsals, iu\ i and Records ; -)

I a business like ... ... ...
of Arizona. Cucnilo is an an- manner, although -- -- '
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dent truncated cone, four hundredand private rehearsals have been held 1I D. R. COX, Proprietor TELEPHONE SS j .
twelve feet in diameter at the the cast has not been picked out, 1 I OTTO F STOCK i !Ii n'f"9i

base, and is partially buried by the the reason being to get a general I : ; '
1m flow, known in Mexico as thepedregat" lineup on the major part But TAILOR I l'.
The temple was built they have been seriously handicapped t i I !f2Zrffi J2K r22r J I. .

I several thousand years before the on account of having lost I .iP ;;
lava flow, and is believed to be ..., Jeacle their Leading Lady. of the AND i .'
I at least eight thousand years old.- last two years. M t

lie Y News. There will be twen'" eight characters I I DRY CLEANER I I ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH J i
in i
the cast, thus
I Itt neceisitet- I E. MAIN STREET, NORTH ,
Freshman % Years. ing the program to be pat into I Phone 354 I
a I book form again this year. / Reverend John Conoley) S. T- L., Rector :I; t .J
) A 12-year-old youngster has - --- .

\ keen allowed to register at Columbia. PRIZES AWARDED FOR TELEPHONE 629 t _n..

of 13 entered Northwestern BEST ,' .I .
Mother DRILLED
SQUADSIN - -- -- ; ; .(
I as a freshman. Which all I j SCHEDULE OF SERVICES 0 "
COMPANY B
goes to prove that the co-eds'will 1 YOUR RAZOR I j I SUNDAYS-10:30 A. M. and 7:45 P. M. I : -

I" choose their male.companions The WEEKDAYS 7:30 A. M.ALEX '
Ian to prizes offered in "B" com- '
BLADES t tI .. ,
.' among other than college pany during the :first semester .;,!.

"men."-McGill Daily. for the best drilled squad In each I Sharpened at about one- t J-ir

platoon were awarded at dress p& third the cost of bladesSWEARINGEN'S ,
i MANAGER OF ST. PETE rade Wednesday. Competition was I new .............. .............. H
TIMES TO SPEAK SEREBusiness
keen among the men of each platoon i I I CAFETERIA : t ;1
Manage of in order; that th *r squad I 4. f
C. C. Carr I FRESH-cLEAN-GOOD. : :
AT IDEAL CAFE
might be judged best, however it t
i Times win address t 0 f
the St. Petersburg ,
fell to the first"squad in the first t Opposite Fire Station .
the students in journalism, platoon and the third squad of the -.r-- ... ..._ -a Here's the place to get i ':! I
i at 1:45 o'clock Tuesday afternoon -
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second platoon to off the
carry what you want when
by .
J according to an announcement honors and Gym suit for each man.! : !
:l University authorities. In that t yon want it. x
order all might see who: II
- M r. Carr was to have visited thee had been judged best the men :
umpus last Tuesday, but he consented ). formed in front of their.respective f ANYTHING at ANYTIMEVidal t i !I i

t to pospone his trip when he platoons while the prizes were being i ;
f learned that the Jacksonville Jour- awarded. The men who received e ................................ ; ; -

) sal has invited the class in journalism them are as follows; in the

J to edit the regular rei- first squad, Clark, L. W., Corporal i iF
i tioas of that paper on that day. ; Williams, B. C.; Smith, ij II ::

I j In addition to the address of the H. E.; Howell, L. V.; Osborne; SEE I Yr[
j St. Petersburg newspaper man, Menshu; Wilson, Lancaster In the Drug Company ;; .
i I four reels of motion picture will second platoon third squad were \ I II
FOR DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES, s .
be shown by a represenative of Knight, H. E., Corporal; crane, H. sF
type and printing machinery B.; Hammar, H. E.; Storey, W. S.; I CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENS -

manuring concern. It is because of Pepper, Max; Chance, S. H. 1t 1-
this double program that the class t r '

R is called to meet at 1:45 instead of .SENIORS TAKE NOTICE! We - - - - -- .. :1
o'clock. Cjrind Our Own Lenses t :

j The meeting for this special ad- At a Senior Class meeting, NODELAYQaincsVillc I Frames and Denison tI f ft
[dress and for the pictures will be Tuesday night K. B. Halt reported -

in Professor Williughby's classroom that all Seniors may order their Florida., t I.
in the Agricultural building. Senior Rings at any time betweennow II '
,I Crepe.
All students and faculty members, and May 30. The price is $18.-
well as others who may be interested 50. Mr. Hait urges that all Seniors I

are invited to attend purchase ring, for on the :first
both. -.;. :fifty there will be, a rebate of I .1

$2.00 per ring. Norah Norton Novelties
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[Examinations - - j
For Regular Army Dick Dowdell, chairman of the i t
Appointments Invitation Committee, reported on
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Candidates may obtaain the ne- types i i
tions. Teh report was accepted.
|essary detailed information and I
These invitations are first, leather
PpHcation blank forms from the
Barest Army post or detachedffieer bound booklet fofty cents each; 1-475- I STYLE t tI
card-board bound similar in de-
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or they may write the I
sign to the leather-bound similarin
umding General, Fourth design to the t MANUFACTURING I I ALL THE WHILE
leather-bound .
rps Area. Fort McPherson, Ga. SE.'lSA -B THE
Prelimisary examinations con- booklet thirty cents each, plain t WAR t
tsting of Invitation card ten cents. Not a cheap imitation, but the i
inquiries into the physi- The men appointed from the dif- I'highest grade shoes on the I t:
moral and menttal qualifi i- for Men who demand Our system of operation makes
ferent colleges to take orders for he best at reasonable prices. t \
cmexceBed
?deter-ne I for exceptional values- '
whether or not they have the the invitations are; Arts and Sti- Made ia a standardized unitfactory td\
isite qualifications to justify ence, Henry Fuller; Agriculture, I where only the latest t service.S .
A. J. Gieger Law, Robert styles are adopted.>> Material *4Il
proceeding with the final examina- Engineering,; Lawrence Rnhdy; I t and Trorknvtnship of the high- I ,lhi\
ion will be held from tim to timet Cobb; eat dass. Beal Calfskin .
the nearest military post or mon Teacher, L. D. Stewart. Orders I I pen solid oak leather soles 111't t I .
where there may also be turned in to the invitation j counter Wing Foot rabb
is sufficient perI, committee composed of Dick 1 t heels, lasts that have style fit I .il&-Hals-ForateliiBe Goods
mel for a board. Such prelim- comfort. Just the shoes you are
Dowdell Landon Fuller, and L. L. I t I I
examinations will avoid in- looking for. .
DTeniences and unnecessary etuses Tompson.All t I feea. BAILEY THE CLOTHIERTAMPA :
to both the applicant and orders must be ia by the SMITi ,
e Government in many tti .next I Senior Class meeting which !I! L C. J J0 FLORIDA 1',

Applicants should therefore, I* win be about three weeb boa tko t f
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z$1 t BIBLE STUDY MET CAMPAIGN CONS the middle weight championship.This CMIBREA CONCERT fraternity Wednesday and 6 boarding
; f was the hardest fought con- : 45: Cabinet ....
ing at the'OY"
test of the evning both men fighting office.

:: .t IN SUCCESSFUL TINOED; WILL GO with vigor. Robinson took the ARTISTE HERE at 8:00 the: National Baird -Male Q1I'
draw
first round, the second was a Theatre

: t i o f i SESSIONS TilES TAMPllnmNDAY slight and the margin.third he again toot by a LAST WEDNESDAYThe free.Friendship COUIK&. will-\e

f Cornwall easily won from Six- ed this week. .

: : The Bible study eHsses in the I I During tli' .past-week campaign ma for the light heavyweight latest).. Lyceum entertainment -

; fraternaites, teiH'.mhaucj: : ard canvasses have been carried on in championship wrestling mawn: whIch was held in the High Those who artiseFlorida << it
1 The first fall lasted' two minutes Ie
ft ":, : the sections of tie b>\tmtjric; mat Mount Dora. Eustis, Lake City, i School Auditorium Wednesday Alhg-itor nteke it
and the finished in less .-
secorjj; was : .
l ttl for the first time IEQs 'ra'f tay! Live Oak, Madison, Perry and3rianna. than one minute. night proved to be one of the best ble fer,you to zea$ this PIIItr.
:j Although organized of this esason. The Cambrea Concert -,
night. Over huadre and fifty
two Stewart defeated Crane in the .. ..
affectedin 4IIS "'" ..... .
have' not been .c.
campaigns Artists musical IIIG.
; I' t put an a program -
men were present at the organization most evenly matched boxing bout ,
:, f t meetings and the student these communities, systematic of the vening. The first round which was mainly operatic j A Good Place to BIt.

,:; 1 ';'leaders of the new movement canvasses were mada and the res- was a draw the second easily tak- with intervalffvof southern melodies f A Quiet Place to 81.:1.: I

9 'I' which comes under the auspices ponses were very generous. !fen by Crane, and the third was and old folk songs. The perso- ( CANOOCHEE
$; t f .of*the cabinet of the University Dr. Murphree, Mr. White, and won by Stewart aggressiveness; ness consisted of, Mr. Andrews | 1211 W.

:; t ....Y; M. C. A. are much encouraged three University students will and close guarding. Stewart was tenor; Miss Younge, soprano; Miss LODtB'1
4Dl 4II:
.- i r., at the results of the first meeting, leave by auto for Tampa Monday' knocked to the flcor once, but the yeale, contralto; Mr. Ault, bari-
4 ; i f according to Kenneth Halt, student morning, where they will present fourth round he managed to'outpoint tone; and Miss Welty, accampan- : .
t- ; of the "Y". this great need of the University '
.11 t. president Ist. J. W.
rCOLLV
r at a Wnquet of the Alumni Association ) Crane slightly' and was awarded )1 &
: Daily Bible readings have been the championship of tfie Many of the pieces were: familiar DRUGGISTSTHE

i 'r : potted for each student so that I I 5very welterweights.These to those wkQ.. love music and two I EX ALL
..1 l -J each one has a refinite assignment Mr. -White has been ill with a STOIIAgents
\ .oi matches completed thechampionships especially were well known to all, __ ? -
:::1 for each day. Orville R. severe cold during the latter v!
the
; Marcarolle from the "Tales of Liggetts
;ji tf Dam'bas of this week, but has kepton as follows: Lang- ard Norris
!.! been chosen as Chairman / part : worthy, flyweight; Granat the Hoffman" and the Sextette from"Lucia" Gairesvilie .
of the ,Bible Study Committee the job, making collections and Miss Younge, the
' I bantamweight Davis soprana
; the lightweight
i :.#!r, 'on the campus. There will be en- generally supervising the work : ; Stewart:: the welterweight, seemed to be the most favored
, ; ; ether chairman: having authority'I' throughout the state. i
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ti Robinson, middleweight Morris, with the audience as she. was recalled II 0
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, 3 over the boarding houses and fraternities Collections have begun to come
again and
the again.
; light heavy weight and Williams
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who 'Will ba; appointed in since March 1, and the out'ock ; -
.... the heavyweight. The Lyceum numbers which the
'a .Jater. % for the new building is very en- r H B. M. TENCH
"" courageing. Wrestling: Brown, bantam- students are provileged\to attend
Thea Chi Fraternitreports a x I
s. weight; Davis lightheavy weight; f are becoming better, and form a
t perfect attendance of its member
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r '. and three visitors the Pittman, welterweight; Link, middle distinct part in the University"1tfe, Gainesville,;
meeting
.; last -Tuesday night.yet Their gathering WRESTING MADBOXiNG weight; and Cornwall, light- Those students who do not take in I
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heavy weight. these entertainments are surely E Florida
f j was addressed by Dr. Enwall
i : : TITLES not getting all that is offered I _
1 / who encouraged them to continue
I .'.'y, the movement in which they are MAJOR B. C. RILEY APPTD. S i1 0 Ef

: now the fraternity leaders. The AI DECIDED ,CIVILIAN AIDE TO SEC. them.IfflNG I
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members of Theta Chi challenge OF WAR FOR FLORDAT Y EVENTS

all comers for the chicken: dinner 1.- -- -.. R ao
t ; ,. which will be 'awarded to the win- The ..boxing and wrestling tourn- \ Florida's first Civilian Aide is I i

ner of the contests. ament started last Tuesday, with a University of Florida faculty Monday 12-1: Meeting of Bible f Eagle Barber Ship! II III

eight boxing bouts and two wrestling man, according. to word just recei- Study Group Leaders at the "Y" .1!
matches. ver front} the Adjutant General' office. t. FORXPERT _
c DEBATERS MEET If I
"I' Wednesday night the boxing Robert C. Davis, who states that .- Tuesday 6:45: Meeting Bible J I I SERVICE I II

bouts were limited to fjve, and one Major B. C. Riley, Director of the Study Group in dormitories and
L S. U. FRIDAY IN
wrestling match. Fittman threw General Extension Division of !I If yon; call once you'll MI I It
Hewitt after eight minutes had Florida, has boan appointed Civil- I

l i. p. BATON ROUGE elapsed on the first fall. The sec- ian Aide to the Secretary of War -Everything: Electrical I I g t again., f ftJ

; I ond lasted only two minutes, when for tha State of Florida for a per- JOS. J. SEYKORA j Next Door to Alachua Cafe

i; Pittman easily pinned the shoulders iod of four years, and will have II tJ PALEY BOYD '
, I ,, .. Thomas Sale of the Law College of his opponent, giving him charge of the work of fostering PHONE 107 j .
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s ,t and E. A. Clayton of the Teachers the Championship of the welter- the voluntary military training of GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. -- -- .... L.- _

I E t College Trill leave Gainesville next weights. civilians. Rr. Riley has acceptedthis .

i i Thursday fob Baton Rouge, Louisiana The boxing bouts of Wediesdaynight appointment, since it will not

i i j' where they will meet the were as follows: Robinson interfere in any way with his du- A nice front bedroom; also table t PUBLIC SALES
i' L. S. B. debaters ties as Director of
on Friday evening defeated Benbolt three etraigit the General I
I. Ii in the annual Florida L. S. U. rounds. Benbolt took the count cf Extension Division. board one block northwest College We have purchased 1l* N

.. debate. The question; for debate is eight during the first round and Citizen's Military Training Ion. pair U. S. Army Munsea W

Resolved: That the manufacture twice for a count of 7 and S respectively Camps will be held at Camp Me- shoes, sizes 5 1-2 to 12 vH&

1; of arms and munitions of war by I the second. Robinson: was Clellan, Anniston. Alabama, and SEE MRS. M. L. PEEL. was the entire surplus steel rf

1; private enterprise shQuld be ,pro-; aloto box Todd but the bout was I Fort Barancas, Pensacola, Florida, one of the largest U. S. Of1

I ( ;'hfbited by international agrement. called off.Howett again this year for young men in ernment shoe contractors.

I'j'! Florida' will uphold the affirmative easily won from Pee, the Fourth Corps Area who wish ---- This shoe is guaranteed f|.

t, S and Lousiana the negative. Grant fought Ormsby and defeated training. Florida young men wine r FOR SALE IIf I f hundred per cent solid kftOt

The L. S. U. debaters are Joe I him the first round causing \> alloted to these camps and color dark tan, bellows tptfft
1 1:1: B. Ham \;iter and Alfred V. Pav- them to discontinue the other two I plans are now being made to send f UKELELE and CASE, $7.00 cash f j I j dirt and waterproof. Tie M-

r ey. Lousiana puts a capable team rounds: I out nformation and application In good condition fancy inlaid I i tual value of this shoe w I**

) 4 i .! : in the field and Clayton and Sale Crain was to box Case but the t blanks to interested citizens. It is .: t stem and borders_ Cost 18.00 new. 1 : Owing to this tremendws"
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3 1' r will have to work cut out for them latter did not appear, go the bout II I expected that the State's quota t SIX EDISON RECORDS: Popu- J we 'can ofler same to the'):

II : to, bring back'the victory. was called off by Capt. Van Freet! ./ will be materially increased over j lar pieces. Come and get 'cm at J Kc at $2.05. -
ib t The last bout on Wednesday that of last year because of th. i SOc a record. Apply JACK FER-
Send
--- con: ,t size. Pa jr JIIIt,
d j MISS MILTMORE ATNATL night was fought by Wiljiams and splendid showing made by Florida NALD, Buckraan Room 19. : man on delivery or seed .,
FED'N BUSINESS WOMEN Middlekauf. This was the hardest I young men who attended te ------ ---- otJer. I: shoes' are not as....
fought battle of the camps last summer. -- t
night ahd was ---- .IIIL --- resented we w:11 cheerfrflfr#'
, I I t! Miss CQra Miltmore, librarian of I rather undecided until the last I f Auerbach's Fine Candies. | I fund you'-; money promptly 1-' _

\ the University of Florida and round when Williams out pointed SALE-ARMY SHOES-SALE 10cGROCERIES i request. ;
I' l : President of the Gainesville Business his opponent by getting in more We have just bought a tremen- i
e ; and Professional Woman's placed drives. Williams was also dous stock of Army Munson last ) I National li;:y State Shoe to

; Club, left Thursday afternoon to I in better condition for the fight. Shoes to be sold to the public I DORSEY & CO. j I pany;. 296. EroadwaJi.York 1\1

attend the mid-year council of the On Thursday night the champ- direct. Price $2.75. These shoes ---- ... -_,. N. Y.
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,: ; National Federation of Business ionship bouts were fought-off. are 100 per cent solid leather -

I and Professional Women's Clubs, : .Longworthy defeated Clevelandfor with heavy double soles sewed

i held in Jacksonville on March 2 the flyweight championship.Granat and nailed. The uppers are of "
i !, # { and 3. Twenty-five states will be defeated Howett for the heavy tan chrome leather with PIANOS. PLAYER BANG*
i represented. bantam weight championshop after bellows .
tongue, thereby making EDISON
F j At this meeting the executive a well matched fight. Granatwas them waterproof. These shoes PHONOGRAPHS .
Shoot .
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board will perfect plans for the able to keep his opponent well are selling very fast and we advise Music string jnstrniatf* ,

i ,f annual convention which will be under control however. you to order at once to insure KELLEY MUSIC CO. Next '-
held in July. Robinson fought Pomeroy for your Order being filled. Door to Miller's %

The Friday morning session will The sizes are 6 to 11 all widths .
I't.i be largely devoted to reports of A. Atkinson announced that to be pay postman on receipt of goodsor ; I 1 -p
the clubs and eligible to participate i nthe neat 'GATOR
cn Saturday there send money order. Money BARBER
%;u iii will be interesting round table a man must have been out for refunded if shoes are not"" satis- ', IN SHOP ,
;l j discussions of the various club track practice for a period of at COLLEGE INN _
factory. The U. S. Stores _
Co., Open 8 A. M.
problems. At an educational least two weeks beforehand. Run- 1441 to 7:30 PJVI. Saturday 10:00
s t conference Broadway, New York City. .1M. t:
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'}I to be held Saturday afternoon ning events up through the two TWO GOOD BARBERS
;' .,:' { Dr. O. L, Hntcher. president mile, and all field events for which I )

of the Southern Women's Educational the university is equipped will be FOR RENT ... .1,

.,4 t Alliance and chairman of held. ;Track men will please nota I Nice quiet rooms in same ::" '

i I the National Educational Committee this requirement and see that they block as the College Inn. FRATERNITY j
e' of the federation,, will speak. come up to the eligibility- rules be- 129 College Park Ave. JEWELRY j-'
AT "nou t S'turday'ni fore the meet. Official
?ht will For .All i: j
Organizations.
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bring the session to a close. i
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and
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Chapter
NOTICE TRACK t ------- Guards, Medals, AtWep
k MEN. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Trophies lniature) BasK etbalIs *
t gold and Baseballs, Football3,: .
'H 4 As regards the eligibility of the 9:40 Sunday School, H. O. Enwahl, Teacher of College Men'i Ii silver. Special orders solicited. Designs funus. ,
men to participate in the intercollegiate Class.Preaching.

:5';, j track meet to be staged 1 11:00 and 7:30. Epworth League 0:30. ''I 200 Metropolitan THE EMBLEM SHOP .
next Saturday afternoon, Capt. J. Building k
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