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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: March 17, 1923
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
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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>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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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One of the rorces which
Activities Building Cam1 -
Student invaluable s** istance, to Colonel
}1 paign has to a large extent been Bryan in the cause of the Student
] due to the efficient work of Mr. I V Activities Building is the Univer-

I Gee E White, secretary of the sity Quartette. The members of

University Y. M. C. A.. Mr. White this group of singers are Jiiwrmf

lias worked untiringly for the Melton, first tenor, George Anderson -
.:cause and his efforts hr '.e been z: second tenor. Milton Yeats,
responsible for many of t"e large baritone and Nat Mayo, Bass.

: jubscriptions which ar.' now : .. The quartette has accompanied
coming into the treasurer" office. -- .: ., Colonel Bryan and Mr. White on
Mr. White was the ab;z assistant '. : -. most of the speaking tours and
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or Col. Bryan during t ie campaign I has gong in such cities as Jackson

and while ,Mr. Brya i poke Picture >ourself going into the 'prolOM Student Activities Building after a hard day of study ville. Tampa. St. Petersburg, Or-
c{ the advantages of the reposed laJtd Daytona, Clearwater, Bar-
structure, Mr. White told of the and work. .Will it .not lie just the best thing Jlo drive away, that .cloud, of Ioom. How much bet tow ani many, others. .

,present Y. M. C. A. bulldii' which ter it will fill the need than the present "YO' but.' To the quartette was .civen the

is inadequate for the soal and t .. .. .--- .-.-- -- i difficut task of arousi ijr the interest \ -
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religious needs of the r utlenta. I of the listeners ..tf )e mass
Ills speeches ware delive d withan meeting previous to Colonel Bry-

earnest enthusiasm; h evoked COL. 'VIILLIAfV! JENNINGS BRYAN HAS I an's address. Never have they

the admiration of Col. Bryan, failed to draft enthusiastic applause -

who declared that he did n'*t knowof and to put the auc&Mice in

any man who was better fitted a favorable frame of hind for the

for the task of caring for the spiritual BEEN A .GREAT HELP TO FLORIDA I Colonel. 4,-

welfare of the students at The university is muet indebtedto

than Mr. White.nyyone i the members of the qdartette
the university '

\ who talk with Mr. \ "j. IN PRESENt.CAlVIPAiGN i have for the been splendid accorded reeeptifNM the CcAgf pei which 9d
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FLORIDA TOOK TWO GAMES FROM His and Enthusiastic Untiring Devotionto Interest CIVITAN CLUB OF JA(KSONVILLE: .- L II


I. SOUTHERN COLLEGE IN LAKELANDSMITH Results the Work in Has ProportionNow Brought GUEST OF UNI'VERSITY .ON'. FRIDAY


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-- that the publicity part of BANQUET IN COMMONS; ernty orchestra.The .

AND DE1ION PITCH starred for Florida at the bat. the campaign for the new Student REVIEWED R. O. T. C. R.-O. T. C. battalion of the

GREAT BALL; SCORES Watts was Southern best man in activities building has been com- BATTALIONThe University of Florida was wriew-
WERE '/-2., 5-0 the field. pleted, the University looks back ed Friday afternoon by the fi\i-

The summary: with-thinks to the work done by tr n Clubs of the State 'Thr battalion
the first of the Civitan Club -
memb of
Honda game R.. H. E. Colonel William Jennings Bryan, : -s ,
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the read hip from Southern Col- Florida . . . .5 8 2 in presenting this treat need of of Jacksonville were the'guest priorto
leg"> in Lakeland on Friday afternoon Southern . ." .03 2 the University to the people of of the University on Friday after- the the arrival of the Civitani on
parade grounds in which formation
visited -
by a score of 7 to 2. Smith Batteries'--Florida: Dellon and the State. noon, during which they .
pitched the Gators tuictory White; Southern-Sanders, Over- Florida has indeed been fortun- the campus of the University, were tour of the Civitans made their
and allowed only three hite. He street and Hollahan. ate in securing the help of Hon. honored with a banquet in the inspection passing down
the work Commons, a* was never in danger through Col W. J. Bryan, in this great
leadership T. C. Battalion Fleming Field. the battalion back to their post at
t::1"'. GATOR AQUABATS LOST Under his masterful as on
for State Campaign The Civitans arrived on'a the reviewing stand. After the
Overstreet. who pitched TO PALM BEACHThe chairman of the are-
Southern, put up a hiprh-class of Committee, those working under ial train from Jacksonville in the inspection tht battalion colors_and
been inspired to morning and shortly after twelve persons to be decorated were presented -
twirling and struck :act eleven men Gator aquabats lost to the his direction have
results ihichhrve conducted on tour of lang with the battalion to
He allowed only seven hits tut Palm Beach swimming club on secure the splendid were a
the Gators ability o make thesec Friday by the score of 42-30. marked the close of the cam Gainesville and the campus of the and 1'fajor.Van the Civitans.Fleet, Doctor Murphre

not at the right t.it\\a, counVa Ozzie Bie, captain of the Gators paign. University including! the State Doctor Murph
or asked to Museum of Natural History in roe made the decorations.
w' .11 two errors o." the part took individual honors with eleven When Col. Bryan was
Srttern; brought lime' the > cSwnccr. points. Shields of Palm Beach take active charge of the cam- Science Hall. The battalion Colors were won
ttJt:.. followed with ten. paign he wired back his acceptance At 1:30 the gu:stt assembledin I last semester by company *C"* anti
and at once. His two chief in the Commons for a banquet ten- in VK erdaace 'with the custom
G 1m3ItinN The summary is as follows: .
in life are education and dered them by the University. Dr. began before
Owens starred for Florida: :at the Forty 3--ards-Shields (Palm terests year last each time
bat Beach) and Holley (Palm'Bach). religion and Col Bryan was gladto Murphree president a* toastmaster. I they are *e woa a silver+ band engraved -
serve the future manhood of The work of the Universitywas with the
The battere Fr Floxida.Smith Time 19 2-5 second year aad company
were:
Florida. He has been untiring in explained in five minute is added W the staff.
The
Florida) placing -
ad Ward for Southern, 220 3'ards-loore ( ,
; reach the people the Deans and Directors
his efforts to speeches by of this hand
9verstr"t and Lorraine (Florida). Time 2 minutest contented the
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Ifrl.itan.R. and to cause them to realize the of the Five college aDd 1 decorating of the color.
H. E. 54 3-4 seconds.PlungeClifton f l
vital importance of the campaign.He the General and Agricultural Extension -
Florida ..__.. ___ ,____:.7 ';' 0 (Florida), Hoi.Uy spoke \rith telling effect, and Divisions. These speak- i Lieutenant Frank K ttr of "B"

Southern h_ .,,_ .... .....2 :.1 2 (patpBtach), Distance 59 his audiencesere net slow to ers were Deans Benton, Vorman.TrusJer I company. Mr. Jack Aahaor* and
Umpires: Gulley and Gladcr. feet 4 inches. yield to the magnetic voice and and Newell: Dr. Leak of Mr. J. tt. Friedman wen the hidivi.loml -
The Gators shut out Southern 40 yards best strokeBie (Floe powerful personality. and Director Riley. The Crr.tans ? *o be decorate' The decorations -

4 'K' second game of the series ida), aaA Merter (Palm Beach). The University of Florida has address was made by Colonel Cay, xerp nedaie which they

bv the score of !5 to 0. Dellon Time 29 2-5 seconds. been extremely fortunate is scouring ef Jad s*&* Je. Music was fur- won if a' competition at the close
t, hod a great game for Florida 100 yard dash-Shield*, (Palm a man of Mr Bryan's abilityto ms-had by the University quartet- of !b Ft v ar, presenting IE order

anv :lowed only three hits. Hecr Bach, and Barrs (Florida. Time lay its _use before the peeple. the Civitan gingers, and the TJni se -ftnd. first and third place in the
V ,'\' in danger. 61 4-5 seconds. Mr. Bryan ha tkr ew1r Us wholes Best T-dri: <*oa. Solder Cornpef-

***?'e :crame way a tight one for 40 yard back tr ke--Stypman s \ into the week and has oftendelivered -----.------- -- tion.

r' t eight inrmp and neither (Palm Beach), Die (Florida). Time I as many as ten addresses felt thanks for the uMeifisah services Altbnu th ,=,,,rpX'Ib. ,
c.:,;. oM-ed. In thnrst half oft 29 5-5 seconds.Underwater during one day. that he has r &deJed. scheduled C .Te.
to bfn! at throe d.
s;", r r.th the Gators hunched swim Grover Besides donating the largest Colonel Bryan celebrates his a -
I lay in
;\'_'t I-t: < to core fiveruns and (Palm Beach). Moore (Florida), monetary: xeairibatKm to oUr I sixty-third birthday. tomorrow, fry the:ke:- arrival! (.7 fh* ctitan"'
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::;;cheormade t nc'srt1'
?amen ke Sanders of DtataHee 248 feet. cause Colonel Bryan has freely March 19 -
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when
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n ..rn was touched for a total Rtlay+-West Palm Beach: Hatchinson i sacrificed time, energy and tal- "Congratulations Colonel!" We As a resoh inspection the ,beea"titJon<.
com?
.: "'t.n hits aid wa relieved by Boliey Reed and Shkids ent. and the Student Body wishes
wish you many happy returns of scheduled U follow the rrvtew hai
01seet in the ninth who gave Fancy diving-Lynch (Palm to extend through the pages of
hit. the day. to be po;tpmed.JY' .
one heart1 1
Beach and Bie (Florida). the Attigt&er its sincere and I
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; ii IL + + + + + .. + + + + + + + + + That you appoint from your rates for accommodations within'the' aM believed that this pUn! -wogfc
Park
.1 4 faculty, or from your student transportation: interesting and beneficial
when there are less than tweatfive :- concerned, and I to fi
+ body, or from both, as you may can a
f : ALUMNI Sr : but more than fifteen full that this service I Ita
will
:.' think best, a National Parks'p fares in the party. Passes lend the fullest be tbi t
possible
Travel Committee with a member- for free transportation are prohibited and S
r. f B,. W. AMES cooperation in tie "'tJ
ship of five or seven people, one t by law. plying information otllp.
t ik s-4_ W. G. PARMBNTEKT tIA of whom should be selected t*. The personnel of the party tions as to itineraries and

A... A. A A A A A A AA., A. A .. .. .. at this and 1t
The duty of b
secretary. (0:11- ,
( 1-r, p t ; ': ; : j I might 4>e from the faculty. the glad through our Park,,

J,", ,rlf' :. ALHJINI XQTES rector of a school ,for newly ap mittee would be to arrange for a j I student, body, or from the alummbut tendenjts to safe' uarl w af -

______ group of University of Florida possible the
Second Lieuts. and the party would constitute essentially : way comfit
pointed pres
people to visit two or more of the of Florida venience of the ani QI.
t : Among our host of friends that University party
ident of'the Coast Artillery board f
National Parks. The of the
j 'i I ; here during the basketball duty group and would travel aid be It may be that you wdi
,111.1 were which training A
i i passes upon.all secretary would be to attend to known as such. It is confidently Continued
: I tournament the past weekend were regulations and technical matters securing of information, arranging on Page 1i
a
: J glad. to welcome a number of tj e pertaining to the Coast Artillery itineraries making of all necessary -_-

b alumni and former students. It Corps. travel arrangements and to

( .. seemed good to have them back How getting along? travel with the party. As an inducement -
are you to the Secretary for
: j. with us and we trust that their I used to hear about you from
handling the various details, such
visit was as much a pieastre to Gainesville friends in the Dixie as
: securing railroad tickets, the
j #II- f them as it-was to us. Among he Division. checking of
baggage, the makingof
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t. alumni here for the tournament "By the the old University reservations
i way. and looking after For Hair That
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f were Hoyt Carlton, '22 ;June GUM ;
;' Director of Record had me credited the general comfort of the party,
.,l '21; H. A. Haseltine '22; and with a B. S. degree, instead of E the Park utility companies will Won'tStayCombedi
{ {g;i Frank Spain. We hope that they 1
t; my brother David S. Butler andI I give to the Secretary in charge

t 1 t and many more will be back for wish it_corrected. Of course I[ of such parties free transportation For wiry, fractious Jiair-sof t Z

P i lp f the High School Track Sleet, would be terribly pleased with a and accommodations while in the fluffy hair-for any kind of hair _

.i k iJ in\ApriI.which will be held the first week degree, but I don't suppose I will Parks .when there are twenty-five that won't behave use Stacomb. ;

it't". ever be so fortunate."I full paid fares in the party of Your hair will stay combed all ;
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#i.:' expect to be here at least which he is in charge and half day if you use Stacomb. Ideal after I 7 -
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w 'William Green Wells, '21, he of until summer. C washing your hair. Restore, natural 1
the baseball fame (they still tell oils washed: out.Adds *
-f, Remember me to Genl.! andCol. ,
5. the story of how Willie Green Blandirg and Col. Layton. life and luster.Ask '

I "J ?) knocked the ball over the fence "Best regards from + + + + + + + + + your barber for a Stacomb .

a. -j. and several rows of box in thegame Rub.At
cars
Your old college
mate. all
( 1 druggists. MC.ll.a.r.w"fIQ
t with Yale I '-'
i and was called"wit" HARTMAN
L.
I BUTLER.
L f : Mabf
: t At Hair
"' by the umpire) and former- Mr. Butler is member of the Stay Ctailtl
;; Major of the battalion, visitor
was a class of 1898. ,
$ at the university about a week =*

,i ago. He hung his hat at the Kappa '18. Frank Merrin\ has been do I

R Sigma house, but was *" be
found ing some excellent work a? Coun
most of the time
somewhere
ty Agent of Pasco
county. Thisis
!' i else old friends about and the campus, greetin.'j the thin? consecutive year that FLA. U. BOYS' Popular Goods at Popular Prices at
te'ling newtjnkes.
I
his county has taken first placeat I
Wells is now connected WIth th
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Citrus the South Florida Fair at Tam / BIPKHIM'SUNIVERSITY
Exchange, inspecting; .
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groves over the state, with headquarters pa.The /
, following is a letter{from \---
at
J- Tampa. Foster Chatham who is teaching Thisis Your Store- -----

._" 'G. : Agriculture ir the High school at
Curtis
Crom
Jr., who receivSedThfsJB.
Center Hill, Fla. It is
brief but
A .- S. E. E. in 1914, and >snow to the poin We hope that the You' r e' Welcome I .
j manager of Dr. DeFcm-sts
feelings h-1 xpi:esses is echoed
d by '
Radio
( delivered Factory, of Newark, N. J., the rest of the Alumni and that l\IEN", i
lecture .. .
a ,
r recently before this
c the National (Radio Convention, section n really worth while. here when in Tampa -

:!;r, l held In the Hotel Pennsylvania; Center Hill, Fla. i
' Feb. '
1 New York 16, 1923. Demand yalue and /,
style '
City. Mr. '
t ..'- Crom was Dear Mr. -
1 Colson: -When yOU
1 E formerly with the Dodge Automo- need t,
F bile Company of Detroit. Enclosed is check for 2.00 to Society Brand Clothes
-.k a pay dues and for my subscription;

The following-is an item from to, the Florida Alligator, which I Clothes we'll be glad} Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox Hats

j have been receiving. Certainly' s
the
r 1 official record concerning enjoy reading the Alumni section \ Are featured lines in the Giddens Store:
Prof. J. J. Vernon, former Deanof ,
. -the for it keeps me in touch with whata to serve.you.. '
Agricultural College, which Mail Orders a Specialty.
i number
I of my friends S
which are doing.
may be of interest. .
1 Bruce, Respectfully yours. t i
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McKinley and J. J. Ver- .
i t : non. of the Bureau FOSTER CHATHAM.UJV '
nfA Atticultural_ _n____ i ,
{ Economics
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nave gone to
umo w
h'a obtain records' of farm business : NATIONAL: PARKS WOLF BROTHERS ,.-' \ :
s for 1922 in Palmer
Township, This letter was recently received I ':
Washington County. This is *
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by Dr. Murphree from the .. .
: eleventh of Department << "':;"
year a continued -
f
' study 1 ,
of .
{ the
In
of 'r or ItWaahingto
i incomes and Tampa
profits of farmers, ,
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in that area." D. C. i "
Dear /Mr. Murphree:
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'' '[ j 2'0 Henry W. Tribble has resigned The National Park Service is iI 1 HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO.

{ his' position as County .especially desirous to emphasizeand I

Agent of Brevard County and is develop the educational worth TAMPA, FLORIDA

now in the employ of the Seaboard of the National Parks, and it is "

;e I t Railway Company. believed that this end may be best !i,

I accomplished through plans that ii
i
' { Here is the test of the letters will encourage more of our college t + + + i + 4 t + + j i
which have been received f men arid ,F
by Barney women to vuit and know -- .
' a R. Cofcon, President of the the Parks. The universities and ,
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Association. It follows colleges are
: I' now supplying a
very .
!1 I "Dear
Barney: important part of the Park travel. .
w
I "Your; circular letter of Sept. and it has ben noted particularly zwuuaa a avumar u

1 t 12th with questionaire followed that, these college men and women I

w i ne ,to the Phillipines and back. It come into the Parks with keen and MEET ME AT
I reached me yesterday. appreciative interest
I and that
t "I have% filled out the latter and gain the greater possible they

also have enclosed a check for of benefit from contact measure \
with the -
200.. cnt-of-doors primarily, because MILLER'SWe

i "Our school must be "stepping they hare caught the spirit and I
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.' !I out" to, play Harvard. I admire dual ,purpose of the National

their courage more than their Parks>-education and recreation.

4' : t judgement. However, they ham It is hoped that Are At Your
1 ? t I an excellent team to win most of posed to encourage you an may be dIs- ServiceNo

; their games. interest in the National even greater Parks- Place Like Home and Meier's

"I arrived here the middle of and to this end the following -

li ; j; September and at present ani Di- submitted for your consideration is:

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No DanceWoman's + SENIORS: NOTICE r _

Sigma' 22 Formal.Spms .. EDERHEIl\IER.I .. Y Z .
t.iS )larch : <' George Stanly and Chas *
Alpha Epsilon Annualfounder's Abbott, close orders Monday ..- +

Day .Ball-Friday Mar. night for Senior Caps STEIN CLOTHES ,/ y

23-Woman"s Club, Format and Gowns.. The rental price t: -
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is $2.50., -
E. Annual, Founder's Day All orders ,are sub. *
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])aIqi1et-White.: House, Saturday, +t jest shipment.to .refund. up to time" of +* $30---* -$35 .$45 -. ,.

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March 24.Stray GainesvilleCountry .. i4Y44t .. 4 + t4t : i
Greek Dance, a
Club, Saturday March Specially designed for the straight,'slim figures of Varsity raen tailored o
Informal. Miss Martha Murphree motored to look as good in the showdown as they do in the showcase. Some of",the ;t F
"t Scabbard, and Blade Annual down from F. S. C. W. with Miss models have inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt. '\ : _,
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and Misses Emily / -
Dance, April 12,Second Formal.Annual Installation Lucas and Dorothy Kopp of Tampa .Some have bellows shoulders; also belted. Some have patch pockets that +'. i
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Kappa They attended the Pun-Hel- other Some two button: Some '
Ball,. Woman's Club, } button through, patch pockets are plain. are t 4
lenic dance in the i ,
gym Saturday : -
are three button."All .
Formal.
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April 13, r evening \
Kappa Sigmha Dan=ant, Satur- 'In all it's a showing: that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished Makeirairship. ;

fry afternoon.. April, 14. Kappa a: Fraternity annoitnee Extra value is, of course, to be expected. ,
: the .
DANCE pledging of Burson

PANHELLENIC basketball Lucas.-- ,of Tampa..- I' Saner-Fine Ederheimer-Stein Suits at Fifty and Sixty.DoBars' :
State High School -
The SOPHOMORE CLASS MEETING.
tournamentwas brought to a ,
MEN AND BOYS WEAR: .. -
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glorious close last Saturday evenis At the last Sophomore clasp V _. ;. ._ -.. b.
is ."wken several fraternities cooperated meeting the following lasiness -
in giving a dance in honor was transacted.Mr. '
of the visiting teams In after the I H. M. Wyatt,was elected Porter \\1 4
grmn sium. Immediately Captain of the Sophomore track -

the .last, ,game Swanson's Fnrnus team.A .
Floridians started a wo''lerful I committte consisting o tWo C. Co.JACKSONVILLE :

dance program that increased to Warren, R.. H. Mann, and J. L. Clothing \ : ..3

the last degree the alrea-'r existing Knight was appointed to......d'Vise \t "-' I '
"chore
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pep. King.Terp some means of entertain'tg tLe -
reigned supreme until 12 decrated r'clock.The : men coming here for the high l'fi"'' .; CORNER BAY AND LAURA ---7, t .
gym was tastefully school track meet on April 6 and 7 *
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with banners and pennants rf the The entertaining of ttiese track .
several fraternities. Programs men has always been a function r 4- .
were neat in appropriate -olors of the Sophomore ilass, an-1 has '
with an order of five dances. Punchwas generally been done b> a carnivalor / x
served throughout the even ball. But as these hav: been -

ing. forbidden by the faculty and
Chaperones ,for the occasion since the masqueraders an giving ,- I Ia
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A. A. Murphree whit should ----- -- -
wen; Dr. a play that evening t
Prof and Mrs. Adam and Eve had an awful ...
M. ,E. Lucas;; not be conflicted with some other
Cody, Capt and Mrs. Ryder, means rmut be devised time- tt JOHNSON'S PHARMACY
Capt. and Mrs. Van Fleet, Dr. and A "joint meeting besvee.i the And truly, I am no liar, Drugs, Medicines; Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods 1' .
Mrs. Crow and others. Sophomore class and the freshmen They couldn't own a car at alt, t We guarantee personal attention to. Prescriptions. Only I' i i
The committee in charge was -+Lawyers for the purpose of elec- Because they ,lacked. attire!- t purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered.
[ composed of Joe Barchan, Robie tin the 23-24 Seminole staff will Cafe Bru'.o. Gainesville, Florida. s se
Rebinson, Geo. Stanley. be held Yedncsday: evMi?, Mir. !....... --- -----_...._ -

21 at 7:15 p. m. in ?'.:lw! )"lj >-cditoriun. DYED, BUT NOT DEAD .
PARR LITERARY SOCIETY Br 'rc-':T: :'1 thought Henry was rusting <
3&WKftf&i ft
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,-- a blonde.
The program of the society on GOOD-WILL "He wag but she dyed.:' i!! THE PHIFER STATE BANK 1
with a cbite"onthe
: March 12, opened
subject, "Resolved, That the (Written in hrmor of one who is ACS PICK DEBATERS ]i GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA SjaiagfitfUfiffiflfgfia I
'.United States should subsidize the assisting the author to get WHO WILL MEET THE I.j
[ merchant marine engaged in for- through college.) GEORGIAGS .j
eign trade The negative defended To one 'who's not forgotten, J- 1
i by J. W. Usher, won the decision Who deeds of kindness wroughtSo A. J. Geiger and G. A. Martell -- -- -
i over the affirmative, defendedby Memory's begottenThe will represent the Ag. Cla of tne FLORIDA BARBER SHOP i-
R. M. Mason and S. H. Chance. lessons which you taught U. of Fn in the annual debate between WEST SIDE SQUARE
Next on the program was a talk Fla. and Ga. Aggie/ The
by R. L. Hodges on the subjectof You sowed the seeds of friendship Fla. team will have.the ruff-rma Guaranteed Service and Courtesy is our Motto !I
race distinction in the United When struggle seemed most vain tive side of the question: "Resolv J. C. PREVATT, Prop.

States. Mr. Hodges in his tslk You helped me over hardship ed, That the government of the p--!-M-!! ---. -r O!"
brought out the compaii-n with When Fate would rather slain. U. S. should accept Henry F r.I'f.
the castes of Is.dia. Th'_ ended proposal: to operate the Muscle .....
the program and a business, session When Fortune, cold and chiding, Shoals project." The team wa* i
follow I. .,., which Uriu Her smile from me withdrew, picked last Monday night at the ,- 1
tirn r.f P b:U101 et was I-"i'vM Your willing hand showed guiding regular meeting of the Ag. Club. Bedding:, Pillow Cases,r ,,'
JP. A committee of thrtva: O sPpointe4 Whore I could battle through. I Those trying for the team wen,
to see about the matter. 1 P. R. Bishop, A. J. Geiger, C. R. Sheets, Blankets a
With this settled a motion f.Jr'adjournment How oft your scattered sunshine Hiatt, G, A Martell and G C

was heard and thesetting Glowed on my clouded way: Sixma, C. R. Hiatt was chosen as RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES .' ';' j
closed Your aid along life's incline alternate. The judges were, Dr. -
Has cheered me day by day Bristol, Dr. Turlington. and. Prof. )MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER ."

FLINT CHELMICAL SOCIETYThe Then, as I reaped life's harvest, F. Rogers. I
s t I welcome smite t This is an annual event between
saw your I We Keep Everything for Your Room
Flint ,Chemical Sociecy; met Which made me feel the bravest the two colleges and a handsome 1!
the Physics: Lecture Room of Upon the last long mile. I silver loving cup has been offer-
''ngineering Hall last Wednesday ed for the team winning three

venicg i and after a short dir"ission As now I win the blessing, years' in succession. Robert C IaI'SenizeI o
enjoyed five wonderful I only long to see Wray and Foster Chatham won
''els of motion pictures on the Your smile again expressingWhat the first leg of the cup for Flor-
o V rnment Plant at Muscle'koals you have hoped for me. ida last year and we are confident GAINESVILLEFLORIDAELECTRIC
Ala., and on the infinite that this years team will repeat .
orld beyond the microscope. You're One who's not forgotten I the performance. Date for the debate -
The ,picture- of the Muscle As recollection cheers, has not been set. nON .
hoar plant was of unusual !n- With Memory begotten,
rest bringing out many siie- Throughout the passing years. NATIONAL PARKS r- --- "" ----'

ghts on the recent publicity of J. D. W -- \,
e government project. The nitn Continued from page two I SHOE REPAIR\ COMPANYSHOES ,
; fixation plants, the largest "Gentlemen: I see that you are to adopt some other plan for pro ; /
nd the only plants of this nature advertising a book called 'Claims moting greater interest *n the REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT t
tdy for operation in this country and How They Teach Their Youngto National Parks and, if it develops t \
r much attention and com- Expectorate,' $1 net. Will say .that this Service can aid in anyway SERVICE AND QUALITY OUR 3IOTTO t t't
eat. if We ever go to war again that I don't, care about the book, you may depend upon our I
.eSe plants will play an impor- but I enclose one dollar for that willingness to do so. I would appreciate I It
nt role in supplying explosives. net"-Black and Blue Jay. it if you would adviseme 't STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE K. WINTER, ROOM

h" Picture on "Beyond the Micro- of: any plans that may; develop. 19 BUCKMAN t
o p e" was a study of some of themations The bigger they are the harder Cordially yours, t .
ARNO B. CAMMERER, ,
of nature invisible toe they fall. Acting Director. .-.. :- ___, _4..
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the coures of study in our sec- VOLLEY-BALL I back airietory! in, each '
: THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR .; rthermorf when
E I ondary schools hare become so Cy W,

heterogenous that it is no longer BOXERS WRESTLERSMEETJAXY; .; A.'FradlLangworthy all fiat: /stingers of and Bin

: t t Entered as second class matter, September 29, 1912! at the Post possible for the United States University, and Peeves ren1j\tn It

office at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of March 3, 1879. Bureau to classify pupils. Dean -' "Efnk, Sam Cornwafl, and

( West demands "rigorous selection Pomeroy, the mat
l FREDERIc'H.. LANGWORTHY ...._.__................_Editor-in-Chief and. simiCrication all the way campus strut from artist* of.
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,t ROBERT'WRAY .._.:.__....-.,*.__..__.____....._._._.._:.Managing Editor through 10 the end of the 'Ji -_-'- struggle as proud hag" of

HUBERT. WEEKS ._...__.._.u.___...._. _.. Assistant Managing Editor date i education, with a vie,; t:> i Friday morning Florida's Volley gray hairs on Dean a; the taJt
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1'; R.A.. .CARL'TON ._.........-.._.............*.......__.....:..._........'..."..:Sport-Editor "fewer studies and' more study, I! Ball,' boxing, and wrestling teams massive forehead, tie A swill .

'i f AT. W. OVERSTREET ..__. ?.._._._...._._.___._Asst. Sporting Editor less confusion" and more trained of left to compete with an old rival, have seen some !'ci
intelligence; and like the man "Y". Two weeks
Vf. RUSSELL KING ...___.:'....---...... -.._.__: .'..-----Make-up Editor common sense that he is he declares the Jacksonville hibitions of the alt of jrf*7-
the volley-ball squad was fense. *
:. K. K. HANSEN ..............L.........__......-............-_......__.__-.J oke Editor. that all special and voca badly ago defeated, but with the intervening I ,

i 'I .., J. F. BLATT __...._.___..?_.,.._,_..._..___......._._......___..Asst. Joke Editor tional education must be placedas practice bunch has I -
: EDGAR BUSBEE ...__u__... ...:._.__..m--------. -.._Society Editor sequel :to', and not used as a been formed of. Hait, Simmons, i Little .rows of zeroes

fl B. W. AMES __......._.........._..........___...._......_......._-Alumni Editor subject for a sound general ed Keller, Thompson, Bratley, Hicks, ,I Not so very quaint,
t 'WILLIAM G. PARMENTER ..............._._._..-Asst. Alumni i Editor ucation. We for have the West utmost, and admiration if- and Parker that works like a 1 Makes your graduation

., 3.l! N. D. St. JOHN ......_....._:........__-._..___..___...Exchange Editor dictatorships are Jean met wholly out clock, and that looks good to bring Look as though it aint _,

t VIRGIL .M. BRADSHAW ..._.__;:....::.._.__1 _-..._Military Editor of .date, the editor of the Free- ----S-- --;:; .. u :
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; !; man nominates him to dictate an, I "'"
Reporters J. W. Usher, Don C.Booth, C. D. Keen, G. A. Martell, '
educational policy :for the schools
tt I J. D. Sibert, T. H. Parham, Sam Cornwall, G.. II. Bee, W. Emmons of this country.' If he did this THE COLLEGE MEN'S CLASS

1 l B. Gamble, B. F.'Berlack. it would -be a marked -i improvement .
ijt \ > OF ,
t ; -- in the intelligence shown by >
i-, HORACE WILSON ..-............... .__._._....___._..-Business Manager the next generation.. .
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: I ", t D. A. RAMBO ...._..................._. _.,:_._,__Assistant... Business- Manager FIRST METHODIST CHURCH

1 J.;,'i' .- With the coming of the first Cordially invites you to meet with them every Sunday at
f;: IN APPRECIATION : few breezes the '
of Spring, and 9:40 A.M.-Teacher, Bei \F. Rogers
hint of warm sunshine and blue .;
1 t,: skies,. the first symptoms of the ; Subject for Sunday,.March 18th
; The Alligator takes this opportunity to express the sincere annual epidemiq of spring-fe

I J'I 1 appreciation of the student body to Colonel Bryan, Secretary appears. The first symptoms are I S. "Doing the Impossible" '

;Ny White, and members of the University Quartette for their invaluable the deserted dormitory rooms,
r ;1.;i services in presenting, to the public of the State Florida's both in the late afternoon and in Preaching at ______.____-__-_m:_-:-_.._.?.:_11 A.M. and 7:30M

; ,,, !3a greatest need, the Student Activities Building. Now that the the evenings, and, more especially :Mission Study at .-------------------m----.5 PJL

; publicity phase of the campaign is ended, we may look back and the emptiness of the campus'on Epworth League -.------------u---------.-.u.------------ --.6:30 P.J e
afternoon and Sand
Saturday y
p ,,- appreciate the stupendous amount ofwork which has. been done in' Another symptom is the tendency I. Obey; That Good i

J r- the interests of the University. toward strolling down by 'Gator Impulse"r

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}!:: : I We have been indeed fortunate in securing Colonel Bryan, Lake,. or over toward the rifle- ::. <:: .iI"II!::; : :;;::r'.a:""' .r "' "" :;;:-3.C; :;""" "" "" """"

:E :j f America's Greatest Orator, who has been kind enough to tender range, which instead of being a J
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walk for the sake of physical benefits ------------- .. .......
,f 1'. :;:i his undivided services to the University in the capacity of Chair- becomes a slow contemplative j FIRST METHODIST CHURCH ; (
:l! man'of the State Campaign Committee. In in
j eaking virtually wander that the
begins at
J 9:40 Sunday School, H. O. Enwahl, Teacher of College M!!',
t t every city and town of the state, Col. Bryan has infinitely advanced campus gates and ends nowhere Class.

'f the progress of the campaign. He has never failed to elicit in particular. It') 1i
J Preaching: 11:00 and 7:30. Epworth League G:30.WON'T .
enthusiastic response to the pleas he has made. I No scientist has yet been found o
who 'Could analyze the positiveand ----------------
I j I Mr George E. White, Secretary of the Y. M. C. A., has negative benefits from an epi- ,r

: worked literally day and night in his unselfish devotion to the I demic of this sort. Like other

1 't cause. As Colonel Bryan's speaking partre\ 1.Ir.Vhite made"I' contagious diseases it is difficultto r

.5. r ; powerful appeals to supplant the present inadequate "Y" hut with stamp out and its effects are YOU

S '' j the Student Activities Building. His .is a deserving portion in the sometimes remarkably prolonged.The .
{ slumping of; classroom atten- HAVATAMPATampa t
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success of the .
campaign.
I.l : dance, and the disregard of assign- 'I .
,fj.j. k 'I' Much credit is due to the University Quartette for the part t tI ments, are only minor results. The MILD HAVANA i i

I 1:; they rendered. Jimmie Melton, George Anderson, Milton Yeates, only possible way to avoid spring 5 CIGAR '
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t fever is to begin :early, and instead 5 h
and Nat -
Mayo the
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f are personnel of this group. They gave their '
of being the less studious, ELI WITT CIGAR CO.
time unselfishly at the of
f : f expense their own interests. be more ambitious than ever before I
: ll. ::* With such an effective advertising committee the campaigncan and more determined to pass Distributors

r ,I come to none other than a successful end. those final exams which are rap- Miami Jacksonville
i idly approaching.
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.' '; :iI'' A BRIGHT OUTOOK ......... .. e,&...,w,.....6. w ...w..Ao..A. w.. w... A.... A .... A A A w. .w. .w A. A AA LAiiV. 1
y T VVVVTVVVVV9VVV. 9VVVYY'. "
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:' ; y The chances for Florida's turning out a splendid baseball C

S j 1. : : team this year are better than they have ever been before. The I.r I
i {I ; : r FOR THE .
authority for such a statement is no other person than Cocah .

SS : I Richborough himself, who assuredly knows whereof he speaks. :
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The men of Florida and the Varsity players have confidence in his : COLLEGE MAN

belief and in his ability to prove the assertion. /

i t In the I.past Florida has been blessed with good baseball material z SPRING SUITS ,- -

every year. Men of exceptional ability have worn the ,

i h Orange and Blue, and the record which have been made in professional I :

} and amateur ball after leaving school bear out the truth t' ,, S FURCHGOTT'S

of this.:. This matter of confidence in the team both within and ;I S : S MEN'S STORE

L without will tell the story as to the achievements of our team j.: ,Styles Direct from .yFifth' c. .
/ "Convenient Corners
# i this year. Last year our team scored a triumph over Yale Col- o Avenue, New York ,

55 lege and over nearly every other team they played. This year's j JACKSONVILLE, .;f
L history will repeat itself, if the of I 1
spirit the :
present Varsity means, We are prepared to show FLA. I
A i your lines of
anything. In past years, however, an enthusiastic spirit in the i[ c t Clothing that cannot Spring
: be
student-body as regards baseball was noticeably absent. The j "equalled by any

thought that this college was young, and the players to some O other store in Florida.

small degree inexperienced, has been down O
a pull which was difficult 1, -
c to overcome. But, with the other athletic achievements

'4 thi suniversity, the mere matter of the age of a school is losing of I j : 2, 3 and 4 piece Suits.

all significance! and the part of ability is coming forward. |, .

r. Students, get behind the team and back it up to the last j .

F I, ditch Win or lose, weak or strong, we mifst ever back each and $25. $30. $35

I every man to the limit of our ability. -The players have confi i ..
dance in themselves and in their coach.
{ Let's
season go for a winning :....... .... ... -

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according to a statement issued by -- h __ '_., _. _
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Dr.
Smith Tulane's --
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support given the game by the students.
This athletic director


:k S; ; endIng is campus convinced the is. games an that outgrowth but the in revival lending of student of the cooperation national game, not,on only a college in at- Bring us your old hat NEW YORK HATTERS![ I

every moral support. I I to have cleaned and

Dean West I blocked. We Next to A. C. L.
: of Princeton has been called a mcn pre.eminent'I : renovateit Depot t
among the educators
; who know ho mo educate. completely. We
t the recent Commenting on carry a complete : '
report of the Carnegie Foundation for the line of Panama, j
Advancer i
# ment
of
t teaching, _he calls attention to the astonishing fact that !I ; horns and Balib untals '.'

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A. CARLTON. .
MURRAY OVERSTREET .

i JjllA TO IIULIJ EVERY DAY EVERY -
GATORTRACKTEAM the game and also to gd an idea ,
of the new gridiron system which I '<

his 1ST. ANNUAL WAY FRESHMEN TO MEET SUWANEE Coach Van Fleet will install this -

coming football season. I Patronize Gator advertisers.SOPHISTICATED.

p OPEN TRACK MEET GETTING BETTER IIERE APRIL Light exercise to limber up theme -- ,
14TH. constrated the work for the

-- first week. Beginning next week
N APRIL 21, AMATEUR: Several weeks of hard the men will be issued equipment
practice A dual
TRACK AND FIELDIEE.'l' show a marked improvement track and field meet necessary and will begin work in
OPEN in
with the University of the South ,
tackling the dummy
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Coach blocking
Beasley's : ,
} WILL BE HELD hustling squad of of Suwanee, Tennessee, will be passwork and
freshmen baseball cutting down. The
players. They held at Fleming Field
April the
have men have been kept bray skipping
Un ersity of Florida will played the varsity team a 4th, Captain Atkinson '
The' number announced rope, tumbling and learning the .
track and field of practice games and the
mamoth past week.
or a Ten men will com- art of duck
fcyi** jeg walking.
each
[ to be held at Flemming field time exhibited Teal "class'al prise the teams entered by both .
al J the 21st to be knoWn as the though they have not yet been able school and in all likelihood rules The men who, reported for the
z first
Track I to roll up.iimini score. During prohibiting practices are; Captain-elect
.t florida Ametuer Open the use of Freeman:
fiel4I et, Captain Atkinson, ; I several games, however; ) they,have track men will be lifted, "Robbie" Robinson, John A. Mur-
had the "' phree, Norton, Matthews
I .'ici coach and. Dr. Manchester. varsity men on. their toes This will be the first competitive "Red"
in Mounts, Wyatt, Sixma, "Cy" Williams
j ctor of minor sports announced an"endeavor to overcome a tem- meet that the Gators will engage -
,
erday. The meet will be open porary lead, and there are still in this year and should f't'the Max Goldstein, Ed. Jones
Sam
,all smetuers within the state two weeks of practice before their cinder stars of the school for Cornwall, "Dick Brown, T.
f qualified ametuer standing and first game; so we will undoubtedly their later engagements at the Johnson "Hors* Smith, Mike You'd be surprised at what
have a team from Drake Randall, Yetter, Spick Stanley, he knows! He didn't learnit
|Jl fill a lone felt nee a':for 'the the freshman Relays and Teck Relays on
Estes, and DeWitt Brown. all in a book, either. For
velopment of the" cinder sport. class that will beat any club they April the 26th, the S. I. C. meet instance-hi clothes are .
[ lactations are being sent to meet. ,Coach Beasley knows the and the Florida Open Championships Other members of last years' dreams and his grooming an ,

eY eollege"Y", high school, ath- game:and the men who love the meet other schools to be an- Varsity and Freshmen squads are 'inspiration. '.
jetic club and organization thruout gahe so ,well that he finds little nounced later. expected to join the ranks in the headfroni'lie lets that"Va.se1i"HairTODi finely turned-ot

M e state to send representatives trouble":in:getting plenty of fight With the ban lifted against the" next few days. Coach Van Fleet It smooths and grooms the hair.

jr teams to enter the meet. The ,out of the rats, antI| that is a good use of..rat" cinder artists in the expects to have 50 candidates At barber all drug shops.Every stores. and student

reliminaries will be run off Sat- ball club must"have-Florida never Suwane meet," due to the fact that working out daily on the freshman "%auli..."product tirecommended

lay morning and the finals', Sat-, turns out any,but the best.' it is permissable when both school w eeks. field during the coming became of tti absolute everywhere pv.
dy afternoon. In practice games with the do not belong to the same conference ray and ct!<
[The university will give solid ,varsity'the line-up has been practically and both agree to use the

I >ld, silver and bronze medals to the same, with a few sub- .. (Jfirst rfaer men, Floridfl -should SO WOULD WE

ose finishing first,' second and stitutions. Miller behind the bat place the strongest team in the Dr. Farr (in Freshman Eng&sh ... U >AT.... .
urd in all events. In addition looks 'good and sounds good,; for history of the schooMn the field. "How would you punctuate th* HAIRTONIC

(!forts will be made to get silver he is always talking to the pitcher "Ark" Newton, "Wee'Willie" sentence, "A beautiful girl wao: i

ring cups donated to the winner j! and the infielders, keeping up the Middlekauf, Clifford Ulitch., Marshall walking down the tree:'?" i I .. .... .
|t each event on the .three year old,pep. Tommy Johnson on first "Bun" :Monroe, Edgar Freshman: "I would mike a Chrs hrccgh Mf9cn9oIiclated .c '
isis.As. .. base can, reach almost any ball Jones, ,. ONeal Cox, Dickey Crown, dash after the beautiful girl." I .. { ) '-& .
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a side attraction a pentathlon that is thrown his way and play Russell King, Lawrence Case, !.

f the south will be held. It willet his position nicely. Redding, looks Rqjf<< Beckley, George Hodges and ---- ---- -- -- -- --- -_- 1'",

billed for the Championshipopen like a big leaguer on second and other will be strong contenders II' -_..-_-- ---

to any qualified ametuer at the bat, and Laird on short is for places on the team to take the r
Mete of the south and will car- as sweet a little ball player as field against Suwanee. ATHLETIC SUPPLIES ,
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with it the ;Southern cham- canbe found on any college -- -
;:.onship. All universities, collegesbig team. Joe
Johnson on thirl' OVER 20 MEN OUT
athletic organization of works well with his brother Tommy QUALITY SERVICE -
;!he south will be sent sps :al in- and the other infield rs, always .

:sat:ors to enter men in this on his toes. Roberson, pitman SPRING FOOTBALL ,1 .
ivent Medals will be awardedthe and Thomas have been play- BAIRD I HARDWARE CO.
first five finishing in the
ing left, center .
and right' fl l allowing order; 1st and 2nd, v)*Id Of these Pittman looks the best I aggregation of over twentymen tJ I
old medals; 3rd andUli, 'olidIvermendals ; reported to the first spring Phone 7
football practice called by Varsity .
; and :fifth a bronzeal
Pepper (Gainesville Coach Van Fleet, for the war*.
A loving wit also goo ), Rex Farrior coming -
cup (Gainesville W. D. Payne season. The spring football ;R ,"..,,.
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the high po ut rem, in this event Qliami practice Ir
e pentathlon will consist of the ), and C. E. Baker (Jacksonville will last' for aboutix weeks :

00 meters flat, runni? broad ') Hon. Frank kneson, Harry during which the men will be instructed R. O. T. C. POST s
p, discuss throww, javeline Lulley, Jerry Dulmage (Palatka), in the fundamentals of EXCHANGE f .
brow and 1500 meter race. .Ray Parmelle (Tampa), John S. I I Co-Operative j' :
Efforts will be made to grant Prescott (Ft. Lauderdale), R. M. I he leads off at bat, covers his po- "
ft* men entering the meet a re- Sealey (Tallahassee) J. Will Yon i j I sition in the field well, and has an
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ate on their railroad fare. In (Daytona), Judge Cockrell University accurate and sure arm. Military and Athletic Goods a Specialty
Edition special rates to the conestants of Florida), Coach "Pug" Among those sitting lazily on isl

will be granted by the. i Allen (Stetson University), Ray the bench with their cap pulled *
i Greene Rollins College), and R. down side of their head
otels and restaurants of Gaine3e. ( on one Rear of Engineering Bldg. '
H. Alderman (Souhern College). are Johnson, Katz, Mayo, Porter
Any information regarding the The special Universiy of Flor- and Graves. Johnson has th i cp- .
oming meet and the issuance of ida committee entries and eligibility pearance of an old-t mr in the = '-, ---.o;.,,,,_ ,...._ .
atry blanks will be given by the ; Captain J. H. Atkinson J. I' box, and he don't fail to toss 'em .. .- -: r ::Bt... .

ark department.. Captain Atkinon H. Atkinson, J. H. Hudson, Dr. A. I over. Katz, the only southpaw, I I ,

head. The Ametuer Athletic ,, Sweet Transportation and has things fairly well his way y I
t
ssociation of America rules will reser>ations. James Boyd, Henson except when he acs like Jimmy : EASTER'S

: Tern the meet and only stan- Markham. Trophies and Medals. Wallace of last year. Jimmy hada t i.r f
rd equipment will be u ed. R. G. Manchester Mr, Lawrence temper that would *}"'? been ?
,} The vents of the meet are, Coles, Captain Atkinson, Rev. crfiit to arm icd-uairc. i man. :nJ the time for airing new clothes, not moth $$4*
field events and 800 Field Track it oftentimes made him ;
) 100, 220,440 Conoley. : and go rjp n
yard dashes: one and two mile ments. Coach "Bill" arrange'j'j the air. May, too looks good on balls. We have the former, but not the lat .
runs, five mile run, 120 yards high P. L. Reed, Captain LI. ( the mound ayti thrown na'l that ter. ..

iardlcs and the 2O'and 440 Finance and expenditure; Dr. is hard to judge. Porter lacks ,. / _

rants low hurdles, (track events Maocchstcr, James Boyd, Frank form yet, but he certaialy buzzes'the

'6 pound shot put, 56 pound weight Evans and Henfon )lark .1m. Officials. old pill in there, Graves takes.
Kuff Sed
'Throw, discuss, javeniU throws Coach "Bill Kline and his time and just seems to lob tM

running broad jump and the pole Captain I. C. Ryder. Entertainment ball o'erbut he most have some-
':suit ; Joe Bareben Robbie Robinson thing on it from the way he gets a 2t
\A state e-ommittee.' have and JBdgar Joaea. Publicity; by. Laird, Connor Line, Porter i S BURNETT T H CLOTHIER'
-'wrge of the affairs of the meet Saw ComwU Bill Ppf>'!r a d and a few others are owing

R their district hag been formedd Truman Gneea. Program; John Florida spirit by sticking with the x

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J. F. BLATT Tis my fath- dear," sb mat Incorporated ISiS -
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: ATROCITIES tered: ,
t Capital $100,000 Surplus, shag! +
P i f Only this and nothing more. GAJNESVH-E, FLORIDA
i '- ,. for her- relations, _
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write ,my name in the dost, on this dearie more?! -
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The Hooting of Jane I*ChrwJ table. But her father tired of waiting, THE. REXALL STORE
% it\i NO.
grand
Annie grinned. Waiting, drowning, aggravating 2 ,
t ,.' With apologies to Service) thing,".she said, "to have a eddi- Opened wide the parlor door. 719 W. University Avenue

A group of girls were' whooping cation" Tid Bits.It Ah, tis well will he jremember "The: Dug Stbre( Nearest the UnhersUy iS

i + 2 nR in the Grecian, candy That cold night In bleak December Prompt Delivery Service PHONE J% j
i .f : storey is with great pleasure that As he flew out twenty pace*f com | ,
f t .
th Alligator announces that the the door. ii -
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: I 5fcfc nickel piano'was pounding oat
i tie latest Broadway score; following courses will be offered And for life he will be branded ... ixa
I t :
, ; 1 the instructors named below,
. 1 f Zad; of the bunch with a hot nut by Where her father's boot had 1
1. j during the regular session next, 1 t
.., lodge sat Dangerous Jane Me rr' landed. *: THE UNIVERSITY BOOK
\. ifr' : ;' Chew year, and their enjoyment will not Quoth the raven "Nevermore.a sroRE
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} be' limited to those who remainfor '
: I !j'' 4rnr: watching her eat was her summer-school. The textbooks Exchange I Basement Language Hall rti:
favorite snake the lizard that .. I
f r. ..!: are named, in order that the '
ONE CHOCOLATE EVE
N : .. S knows as Lou.
who for the I
students
: sign up
.F ; '\
courses will have ample time to
{ A kerr off the street where the "Chile, what you gwine do wid
: : 'in the usual bleak
against
UJ lay I New Lin eof Unb'ersUy Jewelry and Stationery LuJ"Assortment" pI
F f' ; ; rarer Beat down and into the outlook in. financial circles at the dis bucket of smut, :
c( .' i jzzz apd glare, i Dat ain't smut! Das m'ah face- : "' of Pennants Freshman +
'. j first of each semester I It. Caps, 5b
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powder! tFI
; There hurried a maiden fresh I I. Short comings of the ,republican
' from a date with very disheveled : party, Dr. Leake. "Ya-a-aa, uuh huh! An' what you : I i'N dry Books,Etc-r '
hair gwine do wid dis. U t ; I Text "Life of Warren Harding, &
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polish? .. .
She. a "' '''' 4 '.
't! seemed like a girl that was by Charles Evans Hughes." -
', Jisra and out and her !oohsWere Mondays, Friday "Datain' stove-polish.Das<< ,' man rI
Wednesdays
and -
I p toilet ... ... ...
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beginning to fade .
?, 812.Futurist .
1. I Ii
"Den fob what am dis bucket of
i Svt she stopped at the counter i Art, I, II, and III. Dr. tar?! J Greenleaf & resby Company t
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called for box of" the Enwall.; -
t2d a
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"Dat ain' tar, chile. Das mah hairs
.. '' : finest candy made. I Text: "Chalk Talks," by Packard refreshments." }, .

i F : And we tried to tell by: her perfume's I with, references in Rogers, "Well den, for what am dis axlegrease t JEWELERSJacksonville
k vain whence James Dewey, :McDougall. Set- ;
; smell, in right heah?" R
t < i this flapper flew, I lars, Angell, and Thorndike. "Shut up yo face! Das mah face I Florida
J Bat ire ate her fudge and the last Beauties of the Classics Dee cream!" T* '
... r Norman. *
Jane.
to eat was Dangerous "Naw, taint! Das foh breakfast' I
l HeChew; Tex& Either "Plain Geometry," biskits!Crimlon White. Medals, Class Rings and Pins. Committees (

I by Wentworth, or "Why Girls, t in search of loving cups or trophi, .

I I! I' Here's' women that seem to holdt Come Home, by Busbee. KEAGLE :t suitable for Golf, Tennis or other athlede i iI "
. call Reminiscences IX (Lecture
,. : r your gaze and somehow, r Em-"Have you heard the latest events will find it matter '
J bluff, Course) Dr. Crow. t an easy to
-your song hit, 'When I Get You Alone
} 'I j .j t lead such was she and she seemed With emphasis on Mexico Norfolk To-night?'! '. t Choose from selection packages which\ -

61II ;f ; to me like a girl who knew Va., England, France, Germany -* Six-"No, who wrote it?" will gladly send upon approval.
South America optional t
;r 1Y stuff; ; Em-"Ku Klux Klan."-Sand-
1 _! t j. She paused to stare at the kitten reference work in Fraser and ,A
1 : spur. __ 4II __ 4 4I ""
,j 1 there-at the girls who Squair of Crawford; required collateral I
I reading in "The Bourgeoisie -
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l At' the dames who eat up a fel- ," by Boor.
lattr's kale and turn and leave I Bedtime stories Professor Perry.
: "em cold. Text: College Physics. by Car-

And I looked while she worked hart and Chute. i'
L the slot machine to seo what Long Run Welfare of the GroupDr. t

I ( r.' gum she'd chew, Bristol. rsUILD
/t i t #- TOule watching her as his facer Texts: Taussig, Bogardus, Bris- I It

turned pale was the lizard tol, Summer, Dow, Ellwood, Hays, t _

11 i : that's known as' Lou. Gillette, Guyer, Marshall, Wrightand .

1 Field. \ for the future" is the watchword
Ji She tried to hum as'she ehewtd Distillery Too Dr. Ltigh. jji today in public construction. Public
< her gum as a perfect lady Text: "Practical Briingjn'tiehome !
chews ," by. Berg. buildings, accordingly:, are designed to
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{ And f we found; out soon that her Aesthetic Dancing Professor meet the,needs of generations to come. "Pave::
for the future" likewise is the watchword in
', I sapphire tune was the old Black. ,
c '"*;Saint Louis Blues." (Student Assistants: Chants _ar<* street and highway improvement. The rapid

'' II IIfS- Ser eyes they blazed as she turner Van Cleff.) increase in weight and number of vehicles

and. gazed at the quacking A.y Text: "On With the Dance," by necessitates providing a margin of safety in

t .- lizard sap. t Cecil B. DeMille.Auction a pavement laid today to,take care of traffic in ,

y ; And "Girls," says she, "You don't I Bridge Ur. Farr years to come. Only by providing such a margin, 1
by
of Are Trumps
know me and none you Text Hearts
of safety can taxpayers be protected against the
rofifences in Hoy?
Heartless
i ; rare a rap, :
41: '' t t But I want to say, if I die today necessity of financing early teconstruction and

z# ,> and I bet my sock's it's true, BEAUTY AND BRAINS meeting, costly maintenance charges in the

1 E, ] kal one of you is a terrible cat-. / meantime. -
11 f and that one is Jane Me- There are no beautiful girls at
Cfcew.". the University of Pennsylvania,
""i ; but there are many handsomemen

S 1 j "The lights went out and women I according to the results ofa 'A.I:

i ; screamed as tables hit the contest to determine the mostbeautiful : Jh9'ik
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-if floor, co-ed and handsome
And I can't forget for I hear it I man, which was held recently by
t ,
: yet- that battles' def. ening the ,Red and Blue the university

roar.. ( magazine. ..
jj I Ties, it'took us eight to separate I Pennsylvania reds declare PAVEMENT

i .: those biting, struggling two- I that there are lots of beautiful

-- i find there with his dainty wrist girls in the university and' that properly designed and
constructed
l ; always
watch smashed lay the lizard "Smiling" Sam Smith the.choiceof contain this ,
of
margin
safety.
that's known as Lou. -EK.Is the men as the Pennsylvania Many brick
Apollo, isn't handsome at all. Them pavements built thirty years ago-and designed

; this what they mean? n isist'that there are- no beau- only to carry traffic, of that day-are still giving

'I M woodpecker pecks tiful co-eds and cast no ballotsin satisfactory service because of this built-in

; i OaS of a great many pecksar -_ I the contest. margin of safety. Vitrified brick are so hard,
sawdust "The girls at the university tough and durable, that they last for a lifetime

T'' When building a hut; have brains and ability and- under the heaviest possible traffic, and require

JSs works like a nigger brains and ability do ot' mix next to nothing during that long period of
.f To make the hole bigger with beauty," one student said. for maintenance and repair. years
Y s. 1I.ii".s sore if The co-eds say that 'the men are
':1 Bus matter won't 'cut. crazy, and theat they are shuper-

JSf doesn't bother with, plans: ior and take no notice" of-the mat- NATIONAL PAVING BRICK
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i OTc esp artisans -

'. IKd t1z.ereis one thing MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATIONCleveland
V Cka rightly be said, "Nevermore"Once
: I The Hole excavation "

4 I ,! fiss this explanation- -... upon a midnight dreary'I OhioTraffii
; Sr inflds it -- --' While. he sat and ealleiher
I "&/ sang -, 0' "Dearie,"

!. HIS" HEAJX-Petrel. --"'' I .On a sofa made for one but hoU-

>. ing two; '
J -A1nJ," called her mistress, While they nodded, noJJed, nearly I

.. come'into the ding room ..1' / napping .
S znoment. Now watch me. I can. Suddenly there care a tapping, i
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once morfe an old CMSrf I SPORTING GOODS, : '
Pressing Club j .
jiana State UniverIthi Football .. Teaafc l.
R freshmen class was fort ING CAMPAIGN I Opposite Star Garage I I f Hardware 'of'All' Kinds :

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the classturned MR. WHITE
f all night upper I
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barbers for then :
sbo, had well completed their AND QUARTETTE IN, I'I| Dyeing and Pressing Also : Phone 22 -

The school authorities' de- SOUTH FLA It t I Phone 675 I WEST SIDE OF SQUARE 4
I holiday the next day, androud .
I rats paraded the streetston Colonel Bryan concluded his :I II Ii I.o. r eooooo : I..............................

Rouge, cheered by speaking i k
engagements in the interests
_j of admiring spectators. The of the Students Activities
'' eu hounds<< were greeted by Building this week, and the publicity A. H. Doran Y.!

b [comfort co-tds with and smiles encouragement and words, over. part of the campaign is now I I For Bicycles and Bicycle I 1! :5

[lost many his a girl rat when knew she that saw he Colonel During and the Mr.past Whit ten have days,been the 232 East Accessories Main\ Street South I I| GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY-

' shaPe of his head. In honor making an intensive speaking tour 3 .
iU college tradition"a* special 'Victrola's..andRecordsliD.
throughout the
'"_ Southern''part, .)f
Edition" of "The Reveille. : '
and the State, speaking on both the -

'prirted.ITERXITY. East and the West Ccat and I FSIOCKl R. COX: ProprietorTELEPHONE
through the Lake-Highlanda! r- r OTTO 1 SSjfiffiffifiiffifiXffi

BLOCK gion.Mr. I .
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CREATED AT TECHne White left aGinesvUle last I TAILOR I 1 '
Thursday week to join Colorel II Y1! : !fi!{

)ne of the greatest steps of Bryan in New Smyrna. Arrange- t I
AND
ments were made with Professor
, .cperation is being and progress made at of Geor-frasttiw Goulding, an A. B. M. A. of the j I iI I

; r Tech... A large block has been U, of F., and Principal .of the DRY CLEANER I, ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH .

1. red ,bordering the Tech Ath- High campaign School in there that to put on a t t E. MAIN STREET, NORTH j
, field, and in this block the city { Phone 354 ] \
From New
I houses fraternities of the at Tech fourteen will na-be Bryan and Mr.Smyrna White, drove Colonel to ...II Is.ooooo..oo Reverend.F John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector. '-

Kissimmee, where CongressmanSears TELEPHONE 629
ed. In the center of the
an alumnus' of Florida who
will be
a large open "corn- -
ground" or court. This will now has a, son at the University, r SCHEDULE OF SERVICES ..
placed there. The fraterfiitioc introduced them to a large and I I YOUR RAZOR SUNDAYS-10:30. A. M. and 7:45 P. M.
enthusiastic
mass meeting in the
for sites, which ranged in WEEKDAYS 7:30 A. M.
theater.In BLADESI t I II.
'from $3240 to $3800 to be 1

for in five years.TOURNAMENT Haines the afternoon City Lake they Wales proceededto and Sharpened at about one- 'I I. .

f Bartow, fine meetings being -n{ld A third the cost of new blades I II
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be Mercer Ouster gives .Gatill Monday afternoon ;they :drove', j SWEARINGEN'S I ALEX
.over,to Dunedin for an afternoon. I CAFETERIA
1 of the I -
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mass meeting.The FRESHCLEANGOOD
i honor of being the greatest : : a .1
j Ividaal star of the recent bas- next morning the two f Opposite Fire Station.ooooo00 I :
ball tournament; in Atlanta. speakers left for Fort Myers, Mr. I'! ,.... ,.. v Here's the 4
x is a tall powerful fellow -ands White wiring ahead to have the what you wa

standing guard. He is an along mayors the of line the different cities !hYi !fftftYifi! !: i. you ANYTIME'v t.
client shot, a good dribbler and to meet the train; fi
of the best floor men seen in where he introduced them to Colonel : B $
Son. Getchell is considered the Bryan, and made arrange- ANYTHING at .:
of the Mississippi outfit ments for ;short mass meetings at *>
I'' coach, and round him is built by each station on the return trip. e P..........................94..<<

offense and defense of the Two speaking engagements-. were f'I i '
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tet. held in Fort Myers, the first ata

r r dinner. luncheon given ,them by .
VATIC MEET AT ROLLINS, I! "the Itawani and:Rotary Clubs, and ': SEE a
the second at a mass meeting in Vidal Drug Company t'
he the court house. 'I '
Florida
State Interscholas- FOR DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET
i Aquatic Meet will be staged On the return trip, in accordance ARTICLES
CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENS
JRollins- College April 29. The with the arrangements pre-
pal Aquatic meet is open to viously made, Mass Meetings were
[high schools of the state and held at each station; in which CoL
take ':Bryan spoke from the ,We ( -- -. --... ... ;
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enty-four silver, cups,are to be form of the train. The Colonel I ...
*red this y ar, as in the 1922 "seemed to enjoy this greatly raying NODELAYQaJnesVille. ,
*t, in addition to the gold, sil- that it reminded him of his Florida. t EASTER CARDS .
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;and bronze medals. old campaign days. Theo larger k"s;
cities at which he spoke were
ATHLETIC MOVIES Punta Gorda Arcadia, Wauchula, I Send the Good Tidings ,

and Fort Meade. ,
cry varsity, and junior var- They arrived back in Tampa at
man on the Cornell rowing 1:30 a. m. Tuesday and left about '
/ will) be subjected to the 9:00 a. m. for Crooked Lake and !I' Norah Norton NoveltiesSTYLE
tiny of a slow-motion picture Frostproof where very successful -
.ch Jim Rice's decision that meetings were held.' Returningto 0SMifH'S t
movies will bring out the de- Tampa that evening they at- I: - - - .
1 and flaws in roving style. tended a banquet given fer Mr. I
pictures Win, then be put Bryan at the Hillsboro hotel by
the. scvreen in order that each the Campaign Executive Committee. I 475-
may observe his own stroke. One of the pleasant surprisesof :1 I I
the dinner was the arrival of I BIGGEST
y. Rastus, what kind of an the University Quartet which gave I SENSATION MANUFACTURING SINCE THE ALL THE WHILE
&J does like several numbers the
yo best! banquet WAR
7. Brudder, does yo' want and then went to a courthonse I Not a cheap imitation, but the I
ow what kind of an animales mass meeting at which both Mr. highest grade shoes on the
I I market for Men who demand Oar of opcralkm te.9
best HI jes' tell you. The White and Mr. Bryan, spoke, and at reasonable f
prices':
of an animal the 13tade I for exceptional values upeaceBed -
I likes best quartet sang.Colonel in a standardized unit a
&o Jigs! an' no feet and lies' Bryan left late that I factory where only the latest t serrke. .
its back..' evening for Sanford where he styles are adopted. Material a
Is and workmanship of the high-
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dat right Say. Rastus, spent the night. The next morn- est class Real Calfskin uppers i
t kind of an animal am dat, ing he was driven over to New solid oak leather soles and f -
way" Smyrna by Ben F. Whither Jr., counter Wing Foot mbb-- }
ot Dawg, Brudder, Hot one of our alnmnf;-where he spoketo heels comfort.lasts Just that the have shoes style you are fit t Salts -Sats--FHndsfeiBg Goods /x 3'i
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a large crowd'in the park. LeaT- looking for. Come and see t
-noya Gaboon. ing New Smyrna he arrived in them. I II '....
BAILEY THE CLOTHIER
Fort Pierce about 5:30 where he ,
on caat keep a good man lunched with the Rotary Club and t L. C. SMITH I TAMPA FLORIBA i
later spoke at a large public gath-

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1. ; t PROGRAM FOR THE son They reported on the track firmative and wassupported Towls. The>y negative In seven_.years of .farming room behiad." '..;

; 'PARR LITERARY SOCIETY. _. _and baseball)l. propectsujespective-, Wysong Wells and Clegg. He only raised his hat.Lemon .
Messrs. 11. I.
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*, r MARCH 19, 1923. ly, of College The decision was for the affirmative S R 'IIIT E'
other col .
coming contests with the 'hEContiie
4 vote of too LAn
F *' by a two to one I
! f Talk: "My Trip to Spam"=Pete leges. judges. This ended the. program.AIN'T I am sorry that I have jto more '- -- I
Harris. '. .". ., On the program, Mr. Ramseywas lives to give for my .country. ( ff9Jn 1 1nesrne ;
e j Talk: "The' Swamp: 'Angel"- first. This favorite of the ""if'THE TRUTH? Plutarch. "5 ani enth' ,..
IL Glover Miller. '..?. *> .If -P.eabcdy attend,. gave a talk on .', in thin Kra nt'ed f pl "
t' 1 Beading: Kenneth Hansen.Ii -his experiences in France, while' An exeerptr-frem "the forewordof So this isParis.. boo)'. :tr. Whig! }: '
.- attending school. Some of the experiences the student directory. ..' : Heltn. of Troy. of the indi"al stand .-]
PEABODY CLUB were very amusing, and ,. has beea
.
-- MIt Is a custom to call a plan ; :- I workint :
f I to have them related in Mr. Ram by 'name,' 1M)'muc b 'n. fact that T don't )know: vfrhere *I em going and unceasing to t t;
-I: t .>Peabody faceting on last Monday sey's style made them even moreso. but I
,1 when a man j* not called by name am.. on my way
Ii ;t }! night was one of interest, as The debate for the eveningwas it'is assumed tRat the speaker does -Columbus.
: well as educational value. .on the subject: "Resolved not know, the name. We make ] A Good Place Y(
j : ij The business session 'was taken I That the Smith-Towner Bill" should friends of students by speaking ..... ANDY SEZ ? A Quiet Place t .

h :' np by Messrs. Clegg and Thomp be pawed by Congress. The af- to them, by calling them by name | CANOOCIIEEA l r

t especially if we are not expected "Little bit o' knowledgePlus I} I \Y, t niver 't
to know them by name. Whena a lot a' bluff,
man is called by name by one Make the great professors I
\ whom be does not know, ha makes Think I know my stuff."

I + Prices Reduced it a special point to learn that -_. I J. W. M'COLLruTIr
man's name and reciprocate. We Keep the horn:: fires burn;nr.: i DRUGGlSfc *
often wish to meet the feljows -Neo.The I THE .

_, ,. 'i,,,'"< n- :.. .... ....,...n from certain towns where we have REXAUftt Agents '!
'I.I
""-> ou-" :; \ <:T"" !: fit
friends; we often wi,h to look uo Philosophical P hreshrr.an II Liggetts and Ndrt
some old friends, 'or some mutual "Never walk in front of a swiftly Gair e.o\'JI: l1 z
'i : ? C MEN'S SUITS'' friend of a friend of ours." I vA-
A 35C What's name ,
a more or iea-5 Between COLONEL BRYAN i

;: J. Sponged&Pressed. friends, especially old ENDS HIS SPEAK H 0
friends, or mutual friends or ING CAMPAIGN I iH
mutual friends of friends of ours? ,
p J..V \ i SrR The Best Service in (Continued from Page Seven) .B.,-: l. TENCH
FAMOUS SINGING OF erinjr. ,lIe then took the 2:00 a.

.-.S K.FAMOUS PEOPLE m., train for his home in Miami O Gainesville,
-GainesvilleNew thus ending his speaking tour of 1
life
It's a if you don't the state.
,. E FloridaEagle
weaken. Mr. White and the Quartette
of PricesMEN'S -Adam eturned to Gainesville) Wednes I
1 ) Schedule
." day.Mr s ;II 0 t"lti
,I. I'm strong for you kid. I White left here Friday afternoon -
; SUITS --Sampson to enter an intensive Cam- I
I paign in Tampa where subscrip-
I know a gentle.farmer tions are now being take Onfinishing
a L lti Barber

;. Cleaned and Pressed Pressed Only SALE-ARMY SHOES-SALE Petersburg there, and thence he will to go the to Lake St. I L FCHEXPERT

We have just bought a tremendous Highlands region. From there he "
J 3 Pieces. 75c 3 Pieces 50c sti eli of Army Munson last will:" go to Miami where he and SERflC\

2 Pieces 50c 2 Pieces 35c Shdes to be sold to .the public Colonel Bryan will begin cam- i
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direct.
Price
ri $2.75.; These shoes paign
April 1. I If you call once .1 iI
are. 100 per cent scUd lea h" again.
'r with Jjeudouble': soles sewed THE FLORIDA UNIVERSITY I t 1
t also about I and Ne_it Door to Ala'ua 0 I
See us'about club rates; nailed. The uppers are of QUARTETTE '
{ family rates. heavy tan chrome leather with (Continued from Pace One I'IPALEY nom
; bellows tongue, thereby making Mr. White on the appeals: for the t '
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waterproof. These shoes new building. I
Dyeing Is Our Specialty
are selling very fast and we ad- Members of the quartette un-
4 : -..vise you to order l at once to in- selfishly gave a large amount of !I
t T
SAm
I sure your order being filled. their time to carrying on the cairpaignw i PUBLIC
1 We have the best equipment in '
Best' The sizes are 6 to 11 all widths; "- .
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