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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 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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(tlTORSaOSEBASEBALL SEASON WITH MAJOR-GENERAL J HELD 1I
3rie. STUDENT BODY ELECTIONS TO BE

D.t. flJBLEyiCTORY; OVER SOUTHERN '
f COLS SHANKS' INSPECTED '
AT REGULAR STUDENT BODY MEETING
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i JJGE; NINE FROM LAKELAND
J SATURDAY BATTALION "
,' t GYMNASIUM NEXT THURSDAY MAY 10 \
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I MOUNDSMEN; j D COMPANY WINS' LAST INSPECTION DISTINGUISHED-TQ DECIDE NOMINATIONS-FOR VARIOUS a

TIN HEAVY HIT- COLLEGE CLASS F sew GIRLS WILL STUDENT BODY. "
CORES 10-5( 2-0
OFFICERS PRINT r
BATTAliON
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. K BE HERE AGAIN ON ED BELOW '
I Major General Shanks
Carlton's varsity '
igrr Buck com- t V
"I :team closed the diamond THIRD TIMED mander of the Fourth Corps' area, FRIDAY 11TH Next Thursday at the regular "

. | !H flf 1923 yesterday onJField held the final review of the Uni- chapel hour the student body elections i

; : and when Southern versity R. O. T. C.. battalion last for the ensuring school year
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,. could do ,nothing with the Companfins the colors Thursday. General Shanks was The last Lyceum number of the of 1923-24 will be 'held inf the
Gunn the again. high in his praise of the battalion Ballots will d 's.
,0..1'of; Shorty on year will appear at the Baird theatre Gymnasium. be
sad; for Florida.' Florida took Bearing out the old,saying that He gave particular'' credit Ur on next Friday, May 11. They tirbuted and everyone will have a '

I itjeibnd game of the series from Class will tell, the men of D com- Captain' Van Fleet and his staff program, (0 joyful thought) ,will chance to vote for his 'choice
of pany are strutting about of the iMlitary .Department and the nominations for various
fe Iceland boys by a score the consist of a Costume Concert puton among '
I l. The game was a seven in- campus as proud as the family to Cadet Major Horace Wilson by the Tally Girls Chapel studont-body offices. '
if fair which was interrupt- peacock because D Company and his staff of student' officers Choir. Forecasting the future Following is the official list of '

,J ,4k{ freq downpours. of rain having held the colors 'for two Of the University band,' which from the past, we may anticipatea nominations for/student body officers ,
.4 years in succession played for the inspection ceremonies -, as 'submitted byLandon FuLler
calledveral
S in.danger of being won them crowded house and an excellent .
, ; l times., Florida's big again this' year with' .a total of General Shank paid it was program; for when it comesto entertaining secretary of the Student Body:

- name in the fourth when two hundred sity-four: points to the best band hr had ever heard boys the Tallahhassee {President of the Student Body,,

3 3f 3'' scored the only two runs offl4 her credit, thirty-one more than in a college. girls are always there with the J. n. Farrior, Robert L Earnest. ,'
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m.. her nearest rival, C company. The battalion fonued promptlyat goods. Kenneth B. Hait. t-t- .

:. j elongated twirler, Shorty Captain Amis and Student captain 2:00; o'clock b (ween Thomasand Both matinee and evening per. Vice-president of the Students'

<,aa,yielded only three hits and ; F. C. Paul are wearing smiles Buckman ,hall, and moved out formances will be given. The mati. Body, George "'. Milam, 51. R. '

TO never in ,danger throughout too because in addition to making en the parade 'ground a few minutes nee at 3:30 p. nv will be for students Hinson. '
) ift.eo; He seemed to have en- the highest number of points,,company later. The 'companies formed only, the evening programfor Secretary and Treasurer of the Y'

only Recovered from the streak took more first places than across Fleming Field and went everyone. An admission+ Student Body, E. D. Hlnckley i .
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J i rfviees& which hung over him all of the other companies put through\ their, usual Dress' parade charge will'be made at the evening Budget{ Committee (three 'to be

'iie'recent trip and yesterday together and took only one last ceremonies. The band showed up performance to defray the expenses : elected). '

, !lied only one man, place. unusally well when they passed of the girl's trip to Gainesville G. A. Mart U, H Stanfield, W

f J 1)7e Gators ,,fell on Overstreet While company D won the Inter, }in review before the ,companies. The price of tickets to the event S. Middleton, Milton Yeats, Henry. .

_ t.*> %.J the. fouth_ .frame, company'competition. by a,,substantial ... Then the companies passed in review .. ing performance will be $1.50 and Perry.. '. ,<:- -
'UK U*' well-known ton of bricks lead it'throws -no discrediton i before GeneralsShankiCAfter- 75 cents -.Faculty.Members. .... ', of- ...the..BudgttCommittee'two ... ......-.; ,
doing this each Company went to All! University classes. will be t.be.JeJ cted)
m ttaigh the.rally was not longiwd the other companies for at all 'Professor' "+: .
i ft produced the winning runs. times during the year the compel their respective ,drill grounds and suspended during the,.matinee :per" P. L. Reed(;; Captain 1.r
carried drill.. B Co., A.: VanFleet. .
separate ,
formance.
yak Maliannah started off with tition has be",3: keen and the out- on
havfng'the best drilled platoon Cheer Leaders (One head cheerleader I
:i loaf home run. McClendon fol- come was: uncertain until the last '
carried platoon drill. D Co., being and two assistantS Rto. be
on -
10wed him with a hot triple toJ&t event had been finished. Companies '
the best in drill carried AN AMENDMENT TO'STUDENTBODY elected). John C. Byrd. Pat Owens,
renter field and he was sent B, C. and A, placed in the company
drill. The other Hugh Gunn, Kenneth Halt, EdgarP
on company
orir the rubber by Gilmartin who order named. : '
fed the Wilson Cadet companies were going through I Ellis ._
right"field Horace
apple to for With as
Editor-in-Chief of the Florida
I I bayonet and sitting exercises.
, .I mgle. These.two runs put thedune'on Major' R. ,B. Hoskins as Adjutant, up Alligator, K. K. Hansen.
.-' ice and' no more scoring G. C. Curtis as Executive Officer After the companies had carriedon \ BYLAWSNotice 1 Business Manager of the Florida a
}'IS done. and L. M. Butler, V. M. Bradshaw, their parts for the genearl, Rambo *
Alligator David David F.
Overstreet and F..C .Paul as they v:ere called together and aspeech'in '
fi was forced to retire G. A.. Cajhoun McDowell ft ,
tQJh game,at the, opening of company commanders the battal- 1 whic hhe complimented 'I is hereby given that at Managing Editor, C. D. Keene. _
(!It fifth inning because of a sore ion has made splendid progress the whole battalion on the splenI the regular meeting of the Student President of the Y. M. C.'Al, E.

Ym and Sanders took his place. along military lines this :year. did showing made, and he. sincerely Body Association Thursday Nay A. Clayton, Kenneth B. Hait.\
that when the list of distinguished -
j Mcdendon played a good game I Working under the dwec.tions of hoped 10 an amendment to Article 5 of Vice-President of the Y. M. C. '

if.haIl.t|> the hot corner and also Major Van Fleet, Captain Amis, colleges was made out the By-laws of the Student Body /., E. P. Ellis, E. D. Hinckley.
wade tae hit 'in>v his two official Capt. Bain, Capt Ryder Capt. At- that he would see the.name*of the I. offthe University of Florida will Secretary of the Y. M. C. A,

rfAeJ at Lat. Captain Bange; at kinson and Sergeant Hundley the University of Floridatiponit.BAND I be proposed. The proposed amendment -" J C. Mathew: O. R. Davis. 4.

end showed the old speed and battalion has carried on with an S will make paragraph one of /Treasurer of the Y. M. C.'A., .

f** that. asamed for him the enthusiasm wfiteh should win for CONCERT BE Article .5 as follows: The special \V. S. Middleton, F. L. Carter. { :*
lbtarne of "Whiz." j I us a place among the distinguish- fund ,shall be administered by the President of the Athletic Asso- t '

R. H. (Continued on Page 8) I Budget Committee, but no expenditure t elation W. M. Robinson. i

rtrida . .... . . .2 3otthern I TWEEN DORMS AT shall be made there from Vice-President of the Athletic I i 7:

. .... .. . .0 6 PICKED unless notice of the same Shall_ Association, J. O. Cox.
FRESHMEN
rBatteries;. Florida, Gunn and I FOUR O'CLOCKThe have.been published in the Florida "Secretary of the Athletic As-

Stan; Southern: Overstreet, San- Alligator and passed by a majority sedation F. H. Langworthy. :t
b?'s and Flood. i FOR DECLAMATION vote of members of Student ;Student Representatives on the :

r First Game University Band will playa Body Association present at the 'Athletic Board (four to be elected) '' 1

; ,Thef Gator broke their long1osing.treak -' CONTEST complimentary concert. for the next regular' meeting of the as- Joe Barchan, M. H. Wyatt Stuart

! : J Thursday when ,they Student Body- and their Gainesville sociation following the notice in Pomeroy, Eddie Blake.

idefeatsj Southern\ College's nine! friends next Sunday after- the Florida Alligator. i
\V. S. Wilson, C. C. Curry, L. J.
teort W5Th game showed the noon from four till five o'clock,
:rug i their. best and the old pep Cushman, E. R. McGill were winners between Buckman and Thomas THE.AXNUAI. Y BANQUET {i
BEd: form Was too- much for the in the Tryouts for the An- dormitories. AGS. WON DEBATE WILL BE HELD ON '

,:veare of the White Blue. nual Freshman Sophomore Decla will include MAY EIGHTH.
f and The among
program
, '. artin.Vas up to his old mation ontest held in Peabody other J numbers Barnum and Bail FROM U. OF GA. FOR i
Tuesday evening. The annual
I :piclkknotking out a homer with Hall on ey's Favorite March of K. L. King The annual Y. M. C. A. banquet '
L ?J mcn on while his teammates contest will be held on Fri- Zampa Overture by'L. J. Herold, THE SECOND TIMEA. will be held in the University -hjj
11 in :Peabody
May
,dtd night
day
the offerings of Overtand who Passe-Pied Dance in the Olden Commons Tuesday evening May 1:
number of men '
Sands with lots of en- Hall. The Time by E. Gillet Parade of the 8, at 8 o'clock. Those present will
USlan.: Saiyfers of the Metbo- tried out was nine. Wooden Soldiers by Leon Jessel, J. Geiger and G. A. :Martell, be the Board of Directors of the
oration
w,;.JS.made. the round trip ofAbases The subject of Wilson's Benedict A Song of India by llcmsky Kor- representing the Florida Ags, wona Y. M. C. Athe Cabinet members,

Then he .kissed one of was ""The Death Bed of. skow, Fantasia on My Old Kentucky two to one decision from the Friendship Council, and the winners 2f
.Grits. tuistSb-s into the,.tennis Arnold Curry delivered piece" Cush-entitled Home by Otto Langey, and University of Georgia Ags at Athens of the Bible study competition -
eonrta,9uiaide *k '"The American Flag Ac- The New Colonial March by Hall. Georgia on last Thursday ev- comprising D section Thomas {

of tiiis inning'Gray held' man's was "Urgent National the famous The University Band has created ening. Their victory gives Florida Hall, Theta Chi Fraternity, and
upper band during' the' fracas quisition and McGill's a very favorable impression two legs on the handsome debating the Brotherhood Club.

and .k s given(the Million Dollar "Spartacus of the Gladiators.chairman _- this year not only in Gainesvillebut cup which the two clubs have The program, for the evening }

':. k ur by his .teammates. Dr. Chapman presided and as the in other parts of the state purchased. will consist of talks by members "'
I. ;' R.. 11. of the meeting, .Dr. where it has journeyed with our Florida upheld the affirmativeside -of the faculty and reports from

I-? a.t.: ..... .. . .. .10 11 judges were Miss Miltmor-j other athletic. teams and in behalf ot of the question "Resolved that the various departments of the
if. l'5 G Bristol, and Dr. Fulk. The ,the Student Activities' Building the government of the United Y. M. c.'A., including the Treasury.

!ott : Florida, Gray ,and freshmen who spoke in the Parrham tryouts Campaign, Tomorrow's concert States should accept Henry Ford's the Bible Study Committee,
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TUdl Southern,.,Overstreet/San- were J. T/Tice, T. H.-B0v-!. f will be one of,the last public performances ,proposal operate. the .Muscle. .;;a 4the'Students Activities Building -
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ders'-and'hlood, ',: Franklin! jVpst.Resvf : of the Band of 1 23. Shoals project.* Campagin manager, Mr White. .
!Dlpire B. Turner. .. at *
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It lit ,. ..+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +,+ +. + + + .. .. +,.+ + + + + -' A handsome debating Vup is at -- -- ----.--

.... VISIT US EVERY DAY
Last
: winners. year
,. \ stak for the J S .
the Florida team won over
ALUMNI \ government owner- I THE LYRIC THEATREI
: NEWS : Georgia on the t ,
of railroads question, Florida Stand All
slip You Know How'We on CoDeg* MattesVidal
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i E _' ..\ = r B. W. AMES +. upholding victory this private year ownership.will give the !. ., .,, ...-- .... ......

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Gators two legs on the cup
+ + .... + + + + + + + + +'+ + +. + + + +,.+ + + + + + + + + + will brin tie -
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Byrne have been discussing it recently -
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'*- .\Right at this' time there is a. and you are soon going to Drug Company

jp I I I3 I 'I ,.Senior Class graduating /from receive a personal letter telling Carlton' is of back several with days us "FOB DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICIE

- F '1 every-High School in the State. you all about it. This is just to after an in Atlanta absence, Short-stop, and CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERHANfgj
f spent
t 1 I -\ Is not the first question that prepare you so you will be already -

f ; J I comes to your mind, How many to come when the notice ar other places.

.1 t 1 ; r-:. .' of .these boys are going to the rives. I t =

: ;.f t : University of Florida?" And, i

4 Ht' i t coincidentwith that, "What have '14 W. H. Shultz of Winter -

'f II.+ 111-111t I 'I;'done to put the University of Haven was elected vicepresidentand ::1

e' Ii': Florida before those boys?'* Treasurer of the Florida !:h '

I :, We sincerely trust there will be Assn., at the recent meeting in ,

f. : : ;:.i;; : few towns in the State of which Orlando. : ;

f.., ;# a similar story to the following '15. R. F. .McGuire is now presi- i I ,

Ii 4 / can be told. This was told s by dent of the ,Orlando Board of MILLER'SWe '

Trade and is now sponsoring the i
one of the Alumni and >we are. ;
,,' publishing it in hopes .that it will present effort to raise $20,000for j!Ii ;. "."

'bear:,.'fruit. It seems thatxa year publicity purposes- Boyd Are At Your Service

e" ,01 two ago, about this time, (exact Carleton, better known as Hot i "J

k t ) date not given) the business men Water Charlie, is Editor of the No Place Like Home and 1\liller's "

sof the city of were Florida Sun, a new Republican I I'

U' v giving a banquet to the graduat newspaper in Orlando. i I:Ii ', .- ...

I :;. .' ing class of the local High School. Julian Harris, former student in Yifi! Yi __

: ,: This alumnus happened to be i '12-1$, has resigned his position -

,f i' stopping over at the hotel where I'with Col. Bradshaw, prominentReal I' ( #: .,.-,

\ j 'i;:: k "the banquet was given. To the Estate Man, and is now in ,:: "
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+. j t best of: his knowledge, there 'was business for himself handling .,I' -, : ;4'

' i l' : < not a single Florida, man there. building material. He reports a :j

He I ..The boys were Sailed up during 1 good growth of business in and I \ i

ft the course of the evening to i around Orlando. I ,

\ I I tell of their plans for the,future. '14 R. A. Henderson, Jr., of Ft. / -

} ,:1" Like most boys just out of High Myers is Attorney for Baron Col- I :-

'; ; i : School, they all planned to go to Ifer and, is trying to establish a "

J. ;;: ; t College but the sad part of it was, new county in the sopthern end of .J .

;: every_ school from Georgia Tech Lee county. : '
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c I .- to Massachusetts Tech was mentioned '13. Col. Will Blanding' is cash- .\ _,t-..
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i except Florida. Question- ier of the Lee County Bank and -, ,

k Were there any Florida men in Trust Co., of FortMyers, which b "':'. "

'-. this town? There were; the alum- has quickly established \tself as .

nus 4n question knew several of one of the most influential banks : .{
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I i I' ',_1 personally. Perhaps some county. -.
I 01" ,' of yoy might. recall a similar in- '13. S. Watson Lawler is Prosecuting ." '

( E 4 .F tanee: Attorney for the Judicial .. > : Not :that qVC d1' dte"He.. I } '

.4 Florida has a fine bunch, of Court in the' circuit around Fort r ;;; > _: .armed driving.-but' { her '\. '
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'*: Myers and is also at the head ofa !' 1she's
alumni but .
many of the High : ,
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P delegation fighting (proposed : ih'the tvith 'what- ) _
car -
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,i School boy -do not know who they '' .
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splitting of Lee ,:
county
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{ 1 are. Rather a modern case of : can you expect? -
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04. T. C. Merchant, of Madison -
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hiding your light under a bushel. '-.
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is one of the Florida in "
men
1 i ,'Why not get together and throw % .
I Then
1 "feed" cfass the present legislature. He is also a wind comes Tong, your cap !
for the
1.a graduating
Editor of the Enterprise Recorder starts to leave your he3d-=and there
"of your local High School? Not '
!s .' we did not especially stipulate a of Madison. A. R. Albright, former ; .seems ,nothing' to,: do ?but .let go the .
student in '06-08, is one of the wheel I E .
; i banquet; a good informal "feed" ,- ; altogether! ; l
,City Commissioners of St. Peters- .
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will
4 \ be better enjoyed. Even fome L 1
There'
: burg, and also handles the Ford :
is one other
; ; : 'of the old "stay-at-homes" among thing to do, thocgh

f t the alumni 'can be dragged out agency' in that city. . at tlwt': trawl under. a "SURE-FIT'

!l ; to that. Make it a jolly good time 14 Capt. W.. H. Crom!, now stationed .:. tt1It"---'gprit)iht
igrehea4land
at San Antonio, Texas, is i; 01dur ? .
and surprise yourself and the boys
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.. too. rejoicing over the birth of a son, : ::--- you'f nU set fSr ,the. Journey.; ..:

:which has been named William
Also. : f The'o : '
other
permit another -hine
t sugg |- : necessary :
Hampton Crom, Jr., after his __
1 tion. This is also a time when father. 4.4': your pleaslre abSolute ana complete is

R you can be of much assistance to "
: '15., Clarence A, Boyer, of Orlando '. o'leqrn o ste with your knees. '
{ the boys themselves. They will t, I .
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: is attorney for Frank Pat- ,
be planning on going to college terson, who is alleged to have Investigate these caps. They're easy to---
and
wondering Whit line of '
wc: :
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t been brutally treated in a Michigan look at as vdl os easy to adjust-
to take t
up. Give them some goo I I ,
Reformatory. t and the "
sound advice. Consider price makes them to own. z
the noysinclinations ; easy I
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d and likings; also his ) >

dislikes. If he is poor in Mith AG. CLUB DEBATERS
i = New ,Spring styles in "Sure-Fit" Caps are
and dislikes it, do not advise him al ,
; become -v being- shown by Burnett the Clothier, and
o an engineer, aij ,thescuit MEET UNIVERSITY! -
y, 4 can be said along dif'.teat + L. J. Burkhfm.

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lines about every college on the- .
OF GEORGIAG
cjmpu3. Be of some raw service

t ; to the boy by getting him started "SURE"PIT" CAP

c on the right track,. and incidentally ,
1 A. Martell and Albert J.
be of some service to your J '
( i Geiger left on Wednesday for i3'.. / !
1 school by influencing another f 1j
Athens, Ga., where they will meet .
future citizen of ,
Florida to attend J
i til the debaters of the Agricultural .
i the best school in .
v Florida. *
J i College t of the University or.
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Georgia in the Second Anna :
I )., ATTENTION, CLASS OF '13 Georgia-Florida Ags Debate. j-- 0

t f''t --- The question to be debated this a
This is the year for the Class --, / f
is, "Resolved That the
year : government -
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of 1913 to have a reunion-:.4he
of the United States
tenth anniversary-half a decade -'

'' I. -since the memorable time you I should sal to accept operate Henry the Muscle Ford's propo-Shoals .

: I j; received your dip. Leon Thrasher, project" ,The Florida men uphold
Sumpter Leitaer and F. H. 0'- I
1 I I the affirmative on the question.- "Surf. a"Gp-made by .ALeq,702Broadw."..NewyorkI ; .
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seem ; -.59 with a humorous and. vivid passed through cost a million dol : "Velocity is.wXat a fel

, AND CLUBS account of his work here and prospectivV lars." ,- low lets. go. a bee withEx / #
4i 'lack of work ith near
i EDGAR BUSBEE Fair oLe: ::It was an fcbsclule -

; l .... + + + .. ftit i future. Last, but far from least, waste of money as far ai you are Hotel Clerk: "Take the elevator 1
} tit4if.tt + Mr. H. G. Hamilton from the "
r if' j concerred. JJx, to the fourth floor. Country
; 1. PIRATE DANCE I rI SIGMA PHI heights of a post graduate's position I I Guest;. "How heavy is it?" .
t DANSANT gave a brief resume of his '
I college career. I !Wright (with deep feeling): ?l
Saturday dfternoon want to do something big and "How can yoirtell the difference
t.na1 function of last week- the Sigma The meeting next :Monday .
Phi clean.
Local between professor and a stu-
a
Fraternity
the ittnual Pirate Ball, petitioning night will be for the purpose of -
vis Sigma Chi, were hosts John "Go wash an elephant" dent" k
ballroom at a mOst electing officers for the next
of
beautiful year. '
1) at the delightful Well
I would hate t
dance given -express
) at the Womans' This will be the last meeting of i
:11 e House Hotel. The Club. Dull my opinion. "But what is it?*"*
care was forgotten the year.KAPPA Dr. .Enwall (in psychology):
;- oi was artistically decor- and for two hours King "Xow "If there are only two in a lecture -
and Terpsichore I place the number 7 on room and one of them asleep,
reigned
Lj red black, the colors supreme. Re- ALPHA HOUSE the board.
- D PARTY: "What "
; ; } freshing fruit punch occurs to you? the other one is the arL" '
were very.uniin was served. Class -Eleven.
fee programs I :
\\1I The Floridians t \ I Ex.
the shape of a min- and eked were at their best The fourth: annual Kappa Alpha -,
out
,eutlass.\f The members of tune. The hosts many proved an inspiring them- house Thursday party-house afternoon party Anril bega.non ""26. ...............oe......oos. .! --

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44 .i1rl" appeared in the regula- selves very efficient, andoill those The fraternity house was turned w 3
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..- ..,acanneer.' attire. At inter-' tained.present were wonderfully enter- over V the girls and chaperones, FURCHGOTT'S MEN'S STORE '-
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delightful refreshments 'Who had from various
in come parts :
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA :
4 : Strv d. 'Duke" Baya read of the state, Georgia and Alabama Z
eeronatioa ceremony in which AC CLUB :About 35 girls and five chaperones .
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Frances Burroughs, of Jack- attended and from four .
YOUNG MEN should ask to see the new 'Broadway' :Model. .
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: Te and "Ebbbie" Robinson The excellency of the Ag Club o'clock Thursday aftefnoon thra-

.., Downed Queen and Captain program last Monday night was out the' entire week-end the house and the new 'Brooks'-the very latest spring and summer
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the)Krewe." After the blood- due to the good talks given by was alive with girls, full of pep t models to leave the cutters tables. At CONVENIENT CORNERS '

r battle song was sung by the Seniors. Their talks includeda and anticipating the wonderful 1 we will show them to you.
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members, James Melton sang a 'f discussion of their college times that were to be had at the -

f Kashmiri Song in his usual course, their particular branch of & numerous dances listed during the .

I ttful mannerr-Mabel Hawkins agriculture and what they'intended week.

Jinmie Clark then gave their to do after leaving' this insti By eight-thirty Thursday even- i' $

_ gal interpretation of thee tution.. ing all the girls had arrived anda 1

- Dance. This excellent Messrs. B. W. Ames and R. S. buffet supper was served, after SPRING AND SUMMER SUITS -

..i was followed by several Dowdell spoke first, and put for- which leather bound :programsweer T' "T!
_y good encores. The stroke ward the virtues of the Horticul given out. These containedthe : '

_ ,j d twelve brought the.revelers to ture group. Then Messrs. A. J. dates, times, and places of the -Tropical WorstedsSeersuckers

rile that another big weekend Geiger gave the advantages of various festivities that were to be i --'Ga .ardmes' TSveeds

ycome! and gone. The Flori- a I and their plans and labors in Animal enjoyed at the time. '

(ha* with their enticing sync Husbandry. Mr. E.' L.. Matthews Promptly at four-thirty Friday Whipcords ;: Wool Crash, -. .; /'

piim, were in no small way rejpeib1e spoke on Smith ;Hughes afternoon the entire party gath i' Mohairs -HomespunsCheviots .

for the. success of this 'I work, :Mr.4E.M. Schabinger ,the ered at the Woman's Club where a -Silk Pongees. '- t
the K. A. .
t dance was given by
chemical group and Mr. Alec
.' chapter to the visiting girls; members : -Silk Shantungs Blue Serges .. -
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-Pa1m
-- -- -- -- --- -- from being
fraternity
every Beaches -
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present. Dancing was enloyel ---
until six-thirty. i
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4 II Immediately following; the rib- This wonderful lineup of light weights, ;';materials ready
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bon society dance in the Gym for the first 'warm days of Bpririg. "*". .
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Friday'night the entire party wentto i
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Black's cafe where a supper 'Z We show them in 2, 3 and 4-piece suits with 1, 2, 3 and .

I rI was served. 4-button coats. ." ': n.
I .Makes HairI Saturday afternoon all attends- Z

t y"ComDed a delightful dance give by the For Young ,Men there's Belted styles, Norfolk and plain :

I t Ai' Sigma Phi- fraternity. models=: Conservative Models for older men: There's browns '

l 1 .. Stacomb keeps hair in place Promptly at eight o'cbck everyone House >. grays, blues:; tans:and' all ,the newest 1923 'herringbone"effects.
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qj. all day-No more trouble gathered at the White '
With where were filled out ,
r rumpled hair.t programs ..If
Ideal also after'washing your B:'<1 the Pirate dance was m pe'- I
natural beneficial
hairsupplies oils which add life and ess.Each hour Sanday: ; marked a $12.00 '$13. p. $18.50 '
lustre.and keep the hair in place.
of 'of t
i tv-e for the departure some

- :, ..... combAt Ask Rub your, barficr.for'a.Say the girl and by Sunday evening $20.00, :': $22.50'' \" $25.00.
there was left only a pleasant

.G......6.T emc:& : alt druggist mezt t'of a very-' evennrul weekend $27.50. $30.00; $35.00 ,

Utltt the Hair Stay ComltJ for 1011.

The were following guests girls of the and fraternity chaperons f, (t' ;!/ r t... ......,. 4 .

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I| during the house party: S

Mabel Hawkiru, Uri Newman! I FIRST NATIONAL BANK .'
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i --- - --- u-. -- -------- -- I Francis Burrowes Clementine I Incorporated 1888 ,

j Parker, Sarah Lisle, E. Rahner,

!i 1i Popular Goods at Popular Prices at r Ethel .Home.Girlie, Betty Fraleigh: Cote,Edmonia tiloljtSmith. -I I Capital- $100.000 GAINESVILE, FLORIDA Surplus, $158,000, I II 1

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w L Iiuir, Emma CO1.lU. Helen M: r- -- -- -- -

BUD .KHiM S daugh, Jess DeH-. Sari Alice
I Mills, Lillian Long, Sarah McCsr-: \ -
: ty Omar Davis, Catnerine Murphy THE REXALX STORE NO.
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Sarah Keller Elizabeth Nelson 719! University Avenue t

,"Alberta M'iryhree, Laura -The Drug Store Nearest the University"
Hawkins, Martha Murphree: Louise ,. Service
Prompt Delivery PHONE 360-W
: Paramore, and };dna'Ho';ice.

\ UNIVERSITY MEN Mrs. M. D. Cody, Mrs.R. ..
Chaperone .__ _4II _4 i _4I 4I __ .... -.4 ____.CI. ..
r A'. Rasco Mr G" K. Massey: ,

1 'Mrs. A. D. Pound, and Mrs. W. A. I ,
Shands. I. THE CITY BOOK STORE '
1\ Demand Value and style _

Basement Language Hall I ..
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; ; Society Brand Clothesf THETA-SERPENT DACE ,. .
} t tI
Knox Hats ; .
lianas Shoes, Manhattan Shirts,, -: .
t
An informal dance, giv n by the I I

;T i ,: Are. .,featured- lines in. #the" Gideens' -...."'......, *Sto'e." ::',;-v.l Theta.Serpent Ribbon Societieslast New Lin.eof University Jewelry and.Stationery, Large t A
g
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week-en, i s an event that _
\ Mail Orders a SFfcialty. : will be long remembered by t'aoe Assortment of. Pennants, Treshman Caps, Mem- I't
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/ present. Many young ladle?, who SII 4
Books Etc-
I t; : : J ,'Were here for the Kappa Alpha 1.I ory ... t E.

\ house party, were guests of the ..-.... 4II _______ ____
evening.. The presence of all ,'. __ _. f' .-.;. : i

thesebeautiful ladies with their ; ,.. .. -' r :
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'." gorgeous gowns, caused the \ WON'T YOU
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: gloomy interior of the gym to be -
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af almost unrecognizable. An unexpected -,: : I HAV-A.TAUA : : : '
," 'i 'Sf. T feature of the evening, oc- / .
1. -t.r. cured when the lights went out .. 1\flLD'HAVAN'A. '
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\ HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING...... for some little time and' the dancing ? 5 r CIGAR' -.' 'iJ
was continued to the glare of : -;

'f TAMPA......, FLORIDA.. tS : roman candles. -' At miiai'ghi: refreshments EOVTET, ,.. CIGAR. .CO.. s
x' < -J' -
\ Mcrved consisting 1<
\ were Distributors
... f of,ice-cream and cake. Th&melod.'icu's '
11i' ; Floridians furnished excellent Tampa &iialniJa&iyiltee

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Entered as second class matter, September 29, 1912, at the Post. i ,l .i l
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office at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of March 3, 1879. .
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a 1 FREDERIC H. LAIr GV ORTHY ....._._...............Editor-in-Chief i We ,Invite College Men. to See and Try On. Bur!j
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t KENNETH. K. HANSEN' r .,1&L.j, { |.,...j.. .._v.- :.... *...:...Associate Editor . j .,,t#"1h I F

{ i 1 ROBERT: WRAY __.-.: .:.. -.i -l -,....___...._.......Managing Editor I ., EDERHEIMER' .. \ .. j ,<....,.' Jj/
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I HUEfERT WEEKS ;..._ Ji., iJ ....l. Assistant Managing Editor : .. .5. '. .....!:':,\1} (

i CHARLETON. D. KEENS.,.,;;.. _.__._-...........m..Asst..Mgr Editor; .. .s.STEIN. CLOTHES:: < S '

\V. .RUSSELL' KING.._J...,.3.:.+j..,......_--...........--....---.Makeup Editor .,.. ., .- ,.,..,'.
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EDGAR BUSBEE ........__,...... ._...,..........--................____.Society EditoP i!} 45, : L( 1
530 35 ...= raT1tt
t i S. \ '. AMES .__...........:,l'. ......:.-.-....-...... ........... S.."..Alumni Editor I:......".' .' .., ." .:..,L

t + t. .. MURRAY: oyERSTREET _.:...._?-.??-...............-........Sport Editor : -o. toGa
Specially assigned for the straight, slim figures of Varsity men-":tailored
1 H;S. PARRISH.._.......__-,__..:._.....-.......,.....Asst.SportEditor 't look as good in the showdown as they 4 do in the showcase. Some of the ,tit!

; r a ; W. G. PARMENTER ......_..__L...........:-,........_....Joke Editor -. '"-.\ models have inverted-pleat backs that finish: with a belt. .: .ye.thI

l t;, B. F. BERLACK .__...__ _.:..:...._.-LAsst.; Joke Editor : Some have bellows shoulders; also belted.' Some have patch pockets that it

. 1, :\ N......D St. JOHN ...._:....__.:.-m____._.____.__._._....Exchange EditorG. : button through, other patch pockets are plain. Some are two button..Some rt'

.'_:. MARTELL -----, -___._._v...:__...,_....Military. Editor + -' are three button '
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x r' > -...; Reporters: J. W. Usher, Don C Booth, T. H. Parham, Sam Corn- :"f All in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make- .

< Vit ': wall, G. H. Bee, L. W. Rogers, K. R. Harrod. iranship. Extra value] 'is, of course, to be expected. I ': lItlti
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D. A. RAMBO ....::...:.___.......--w... Assistant Business Manager + l V ;.t' .; lem
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p THE LAST WORD. a

After this issue of the "Florida Alligator," the Old Guard i\r .'' i \ ..!] a

t puts away its pen and ink and steps? aside to let the,New Guard : 1.. ; : >" .1 ,: PorterClothing c i

s i J enter. Next week, another hand guides the wheel, and the old flag "j j'

l ;. comes down off the masthead, a little tattered and torn by the \ : Co. I 4a

G 1' f storms and tides of its long years of service, perhaps, but:still gallant f j ::

; i and loyal to Old Florida to the very last minute. We have :-. i .
9 and watched old negro '. ;
written our last head for "Alligator" "

; "Bright" lock the forms upon the cylinder press for the last time. : JACKSONVILLE, CORNER BAY AND LAURA :t. 1 1
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:* Now.a new staff takes charge, a new hand writes the heads, and : )

: :*, our little school paper sweeps into a new year of achievement. ,. .. t
It is with no little regret that we close our term of service .
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;; '_' It' has- been a long struggle through the year..l..it is difficult to (>' 0 ". .
s ; I' r do justice to the "Alligator" and to one's classes too-and weariless O ... ,
; \ .. and worry has crept in countless times so that we are justa ....................,.............. ).....

\1 I" little tired. Yet, too, the labor and the worry and the sti1ugI ---- .--
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I i gle has been worth while. Serving has been a pleasure, for when -.

i 'I one works for the "Alligator" one works for the University of "" -.i
'Florida in the best way one can. That is the greatest compensation (Jv3Arr

t I. .. a student here can receive, and the greatest thing he canT '
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work for And so, though we feel a little relieved, a little less \ WITH. ANETr rN THE',A.lT.lllX1,
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I i' burdened, we feel at th esame time a little pang of regret as ."'"
f 11 \ "' our last issue goes to press. : .

It is with some little pride that we look back,over) the year :'1 7

r }, and see the advance the "Alligator" has made during the ten -
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fi q-months. We have meen fortunate in this respect.; Good luck + :
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has almost always come our way. The manner in which the :> ;{

I ,1 student-body has co-operated with us to make the paper better '
.' The First ;
}has been commendable, and the ]loyalty shown on all sides by Electrochemist ';: "
.. every student and faculty member has been a thing of which -'' .I '

s only 4 Florida" men are capable and which only "Florida" de ;. i' ,
v... t '" serves. Regarding the work of "Alligator" officers, the forward '. f ','>' r 1
t \$ |[ITROUS oxide, accordthe effects of :
electricity f
on matter."What
stride toward conservatism which the paper has made will speak .
ing to the science of
a Is Europe said Alexan
for them. Our assistants and reporters have worked hard and, ,
century ago,"was "the der. "We Y 'il'
are Europe.
at most times
G; conscientiously. David Farr.bo, as Assistant Business -
Manager, has proven a staunch and a worthy assistant, and principle of contagion when. reThe treaty was at that time an ;..3.'
.! spired,by animals jn the minutest
I his work has important political.event framed .
1 gone a long way toward the paper's success. C. D. r "-
f ; Keene has proven a blessing to .the overworked Managing Editor, quantities. Mere say-so. })y two selfish monarchs for the sole '1 )
and K. K. Hansan has Imaginative yet skeptical Humphrey'Davy purpose gf furthering their '
given the paper .the little .,tinge of spice per. ,
I that it needed. To these, and to all the staff, too much thanks canS who,believed in ex sonal interests. Contrast with itperiment'rather'than.in -

S: not be ,given; they have furnished us with the extra punch it tookr opinion, the unselfish efforts of Sir Hum'respired" i '? ;
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1 to put the thing over. .. it and lived. phrey Davy. His brilliant work 4 ;
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; i: S, The incoming staff will not, however, find the. way already It was this restless desire to test has resulted in scores of practical ; -.;;-

..1 t paved for them. There is considerable ,room for improvement beliefs that made.him.one of the applications electrolysis'in' inI !

k li ":yet, and several things can be done toward the paper's betterment founders of modern science. Elecdustry and a wealth of chemical 1iM

1 f which we hope that by the end of another year will have tricity' was 'a new force. a century knowledge that"'benefit not him f

'' been done. We hope also that the new staff will follow the conJ =ago. Davy used it,to decompose self but the entire world. 4 *
servalive lines which potash, soda, and, lime into In the
"i we have laid. down this year, and that potassium Research Laboratories of r
i ''i ; those lines will be perpetuated. A college paper, is of course, sodium, and calcium, thus the General Electric Company,for .j]

made of, band for college men, yet journalis mis journalism, laying the foundationsof..electroinstance, much has been done to .
and yellow is yellow, all the chemistry. With a battery' (tWo improve he
world over. If the paper is to reflect electric.furmce (a development '. !
k 1 the spirit of the school it represents, then by all means let it b" thousand plates he produced the of Davy's arc)and new ,

i S loyal, enthusiastic and progressive as it can, but never let it bear I firsts electric arc-harbinger of compounds have been electro. .

=any boisterous, racy or boastful note whatsoever. If the latter 4 modern, electncillununanon .and chemically produced, which make; t

IS allowed to creep in, then the paper ceases tobe a paper and theielectnc furnace.Cza&Alexander ,it easier o.cast high-conductivity

r becomes a mere teller of tales. I and Napoleon copper,, 'to 'manufacture special s '-m

1 1 To all tohse who have in any way given'us their co-operatiop met on'a raft to sign the Treaty of tool steels;and to produce carbides J

1 and assistance in ma kin. Alligator" what it is; to Tilsit while Davy was revealing for bctter.arc lamps :1
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all who have loaned a helping hand and who have put their shouia / ,
der to the wheel to "S ... ., Ii
help "
i us through the p 'ifr
deep sand; to an those >;' : i :
.5 4 who have helped us bend the sails which brought our little >J"j;" 4",

i barque of journalism through the uncharted seas and safe into the :

old harbor, we offer our, most sincere thanks, our deepest grati- ,, Genera19E1eciTLrjc
tude and our most heartfelt .'
:i appreciation. If it is
possible for :
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4I I i at any time, to help pass the world along through the coming year.UF "gue".t Offiu Company SchenectaJy f.ACK
the
staff
new may feel free to call
on us at any time, for ..
shall always be too glad and too < we
1 ,willing to work for
:Alligator, the, official publication The Flondsof J fl4J
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.WRIDAHAS ARRIVED !IN INTERCOLLE- linois hurled the splinter 203 feet JOE BARCHAN ton,forwards Horse Smith center, .
AND
. ale some inches. The hilL .hurdles and Dick.Brown'and. Marshall,
tun tRACK WORLD FINE SEASON were run in 15 flat; the-100 guards. Bromley :and WWttaker

ENDS yard in 9 and 45. In the mite RATS GIVEN GOLDBASKETBALLS forwards Plockeman, center, ..and ',

1; [ Joi2 Ray came within .
t I I'e three seconds Worley, Flood and Goldstein,
University' of Florida is South-eastern o* the world's record. The guards. were the other men to receive -
pentathlon. lUna' I
\ forging to the front in with I team came within a tenth the gold tokens.
r Capt. Cox, :
Newton Dickey. Brat- of a second of ihe world's
_dtield sports, due largely )(cord
Icy
; crown i
Ifje wonderful showing that the King, Connell, and Petta Way, Rama, I in were ire in mile relay Other events Joe Barchan, coach of the cham- MINOR SPORTS ON THE
Simonds
>1rcin rrtists..hae rounding proportion.The pionship rat basketball team of ,
made
.mt, the ablest I CAMPUS ,
? ast yea .*In every: meet they squad in the Varsity. track Gator ,returned viaSt..- 1923, and twelve of his championship y,
entered in they disported is vlth history df the school I Louis, where they stopped for a rat basketball players were '
e .It .little
Simmons
wonder Andy !
; elVes with much credit,' and form 00' they' per- few hours. During the stop .they awarded gold basketballs by the .S
sor well
is''extremely! doubtful .if. the team of Captain The Freshmen I .visited the city zoo, but none of University last Wednesday. The -
of theme school in placing kauf Bishop Blitch Middle-- the men got lost in the shuffle.' five members of the first team If you can't do as' the Romans i :i
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Miesentatirea'in the trio of an- Monroe, Marshall Adamo, Gilroy Poe, With coming material the Ga- were also presented with classnumerals do then stay out, of Rome. -

_i} Classics, namely the Tech, Magill and Williams, Magill, Anderson tors should be. able to take the' l' "1926" in addition to the

0, jrfte and Penn'jelays, was equal- to be reckoned with, also had mile relay in the college class basketballs.The He who laughs last laughs best '

bt another school in the en- to be heavy and proved next year. Men like Cox, Case, words "State Champions was the remark of one prominent-

."country. Inability to win in scorers in every appearanCe Blitch and Monroe, would win that 1923" are engraved on one side K. A. when the Monkey Man-

three big relay meets did not ,this season. / ,.. event. ol the ball along with a'blue "F." failed to stroll to first and the
it Much of the credit
fceen' the (wonderful (showing fut record of the for the won- The players name and his position, Baboon had a long hike for exer : -
the Gator athletes oneibt team of the past are given on the reverse side. No cise.: .', *-.
gife by season is due to Captain Atkinsontrack' LYNN
CRAWFORD IS official presentation of the medalswas --
as they were competing coach, ---->,
whose '. ,'
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untiring efforts
the simply being <
m-ade. men
urinst the best the land produces ,have been in Bill Ward returned from an extended -
a big factor in
TENNIS SINGLES given them, though they are officially -
1Ia could hardly be expected to the development of the trip thru the Southern -' '- _
track and from the University.The .
lap a major,portion of the honors field states Sunday. hOver
sports at the .
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University. five first string men to receive '
B{their first attempt. By finish- Captain Atkinson has CHAMPION
already- the gold basketballs and the
ip fourth in the national pen- ,signed to the million sold In one
deep regret of the numerals are Edgar Jones, cap one
tiion at the Penn Relays, Ark entire- student body, and no doubt tain and manager, and Red New- 'year. They Satisfy. s i n
Sskon the incomparable athlete /Winning three .
his puce will J>e hard tofu l for the straight sets
of tie school, brought the Universif'in ensuing year. g I from J. C. Houser on Thursday - .- _

the limelight in,an entire- Track and field actitities haveat afternoon gave Lynn Crawford, ----- ---- -----

ly new way. last been established, a firm manager of the Gator tennis I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH j -
Ark was the only athlete, out of basis team, the singles championship inr
and it is 1
apparent that from j 9:40 Sunday School, H., 0.,Enwahl, Teacher of College; MerCf '
the
-tit ;tntire 3300 competing whokilhe henceforth on, development in open tournament which has

name of his school written .these lines of thletics will be rap- been in progress on the courts for | Class. J .

a letters across the front of his id and of a lasting nature. Plans the past three weeks. ? The scores J Preaching 11:00 and 7:30. Epworth League 6:30. {

tai:togs. Pictures were takent are already on foot for four dual of the sets were 6-1, 7-5, and 6-3. --. ---------------- .",

tl&; big star, as well' as any meets, 'jiext' season with a quartetof Crawford and Houser worked
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iw&r of fine write-ups, all of the best collegiate teams of the their way to the finals througha

,;i&cli< were publisherd in the eas- south, and when carried out will number of worthy rivals for '

:terd lailies For !twinning the introduce & new era in the popular the crown and put up easily the ATHLETIC SUPPLIES J

i kcal jump in the pentathlon sport at the University. best match of the tournament in -
, Newton was showered with praise ,, their final meeting. In spite of .

. \j many- of t.t.the coaches at the REPORT the fact that the score of the first QUALITY.SERVICE'. j .
GATORS
A
Beet; who predicted a brilliant set is one-sided every game wentto

f: JStoe for him, should he take deuce and was pulled out of

, jKi fork up, seriously. FAST MEET AT the fire for'Crawford only by fine BAIRD HARDWARE, CO.,

The Freshman one mile relay f tennis on his part. An'.uncanny rtf .

iqoad composed of Clifford Blitch DRAKE ability to put the ball right wherehe Phone 7 .

uptain. Bun Monroe, Barco Bish- wanted it to go is one of the t ;

tp Glen Magill and Frank Adams outstanding reasons for the defeat .

alternate, placed fourth in the The Gator Relay Team attendedthe the Gator manager handed to his Y

Tech relays, which in itself is a Drake Relays this year for opponents. His form in the finalswas 0 a

feat for the school to be proud of. the first time. The trip enroute" the highest. he showed in the '>

This band of, sturdy runners put; was made via Knoxville, Cincinnati tournament: R. 0. T. C. POST EXCHANGE

'up a good fight. against the bestS and Chicago..<; 1; *

coder artists of the south, and During the meet on Saturday Yep, the score was four to noth- S Army Goods

\ere only beaten out at the fiinish the Gators found thmselves in.fast ing. Hurrah for Gilly. 4 r l

: ly a matter of' a few yards. society. however they were not ---------. .
I outclassed. In the mile relay they Athletic Equipment 1
While the Varsity, one and two t|, STUDENTS FOR TRAVELING 't J .
the '
eule relay squads, which, travelled were unfortunate iii drawing I OR LOCAL POSITONS
I an the way to Des Moines, Iowa, fast heat, in. which they placed t, t Two dozen Sweaters, Left. 'Get yours now and 'save ''
A limited number
to participate in th(: nationally last heat had they been in the would slow t| ,are still open to students of positions de- .. $3.00 to $5.00 I
Incwa it is certain that they t
Drake relays unableto I \
were t siring traveling or local work, ; a
third. No
place they gained much valu- have placed second or aa
starting in June, along educa-
in the slow Tieat ... .
able experience which will stand team running t I tional lines. Opportunity to ----: 46 -

them \n good, stead in future made a winning place. In the t I make $60.00 or more per week. t ;;;

JWs. Both events which they two-mile relay the Gators were a Write for full particulars at t I ,.; -

"ere entered in'were run off in little better; they placed' fifth t( once. Universal Book and Bible t if: -
I breakingthe I MAY
record time by two of the greatS "' with the winning team t I House, College Department, .1

relax teams in the history of previous! record. [ 1010 Arch street, Philadelphia. S.-'
tor-collegiate contests. The men On returning, the team reportedthe t is a good month to eliminate MAYBE from !
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**composed the teams were: fastest meet they have ever ----- 4 t -
your'
times were your clothing dealing by buying
O'Neal Cox captain, Joe Dickey, witnessed. Better ,
tassel King Raymond Crown and made than Penn State Relays can SALESMENTo
suit fromBURNETT
the middle spring .
from :
Cyri tAU teams
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Bratley; pr. Manchester also Doas '" .
Mtompanied the team in the west were present, includingthe sell Abbot Coin Counting :, -

wonder Illinois team, which Machines to banks and others.
capaaty of coach and faculty /
npnsentafve.i | won the meet thumbs illusrtate down. the A 'No samples necessary. Quick TH CLOTHIER :.

The Interclass and inter-college few instances will seller.. Liberal commission. \
vault
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meek the meet The pole .
of
this class
year proved to be bigfer -
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ind better .in, every way, andTe4 was taken at 12 ft., 10 1-2 inches holder. I ABBOT COIN 'COUNTER CO.. : Naff Sed 'f ;

the way for the wonderfulleases the indoor world's ,record I 143rd St. and Wales Ave.. ,
event. A new
this
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e tst of Siwanee in the FloiOpe American record I .
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t "l t1; .*,.. ,* * 4+- * .* ..* PE."lN. 8m WORLD RELAY,- RECORD I HIGH MARKS>* .c AT FIELD MEET go ed ftigfcfer.that before However the telaot, ,it ;;'


; f r :: :f SCHANGENEWS '" On Tuesday t -afternoon April' 5 10,
" I., Before a crowd of 35,000 at one Southern record was broken, i
; D. St field against a drizzling! --
! I .. N Joha Franklin while another was tied in the Field I called on -
i; 1 = ,. rain the Penn State Relay Team Grant Field. Whelch. my neetieC
Day Meet on
t Her
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.-."- defeated for the :Intsrnaticsal papa wad out it j.
f f t f f f f + f t T' f 4'r'r'p ',. f l t I. .Oxford el broke the Southern' record, 'of Her mother
title, flying over the two was out at& -
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throw
1 in Danville. 178 feet for the javelin Hef kid
Coach Moran and brother
' miles in 7 "min. 45 4-5 sec., a nevv \rU
COLUMBIA DEBATERS which he already held, by throwing ft t
i "Bed" Roberts, AU-American end,. Heiffrich, .captain I party,
worlds record.
.. w INVADE.BRITAIN. I. are-touring:the state of Kentuckyin the lance 180 feet and 2 in., Her kId sister
.. .. of the Penn team made a terrific Was w
improving
--:: the Whelchel is continually
interest chum
of this
campaign. ,
'
the last
L dash to victory, covering r ,
authorities of Columbia they best'In
:_ The and is unquestionably
Already more than half of. the wonderful time of The'parlor li Us
half mile in the Weft
t {University have"alrea.dy made required,,amount has been suit the South. If.he continues to She was out with
seCThe averagetime
1 min. 54 1-5
i plans to select a debating team scribed. AU, the Centre Alumni improve and it certainly seems lowI = ins 4
which will tour Great Britain thisjcoming and many loyal supporters of Cen- for epch 'man was 1 min. ,_ "that he will, he will make an even
out ten
the other track was cents
f This marks the 57 1-5 sec. Some of Qrf&\ '..
l summer. tre are contributing to this fund.Rlngtum better record before the seasonis Mass. Tech.
fast but other y Vo<)Doo.
events no
!!t beginning of Columbia's invasion Phi. were very over. v Welch is another man "
into a foreign land, *It 'being the records were broken due to the who wilL probably break Southern -

first time that a team from the soggy condition of the track, For recoaW, which he holds. Welchs Dr. Leake hat just
33 American institute has YALE AND HARVARD X1'0 the field events the results are as I I his
gone present record in the pole vaultis discovery! that the
SEND TRACK TEAMS TO BNG. Hubbard of I !
follows Broad jump-
abroad..
:
This trip has proved to 12 feet,'andin the meet Tuesdayhe ference between a p Qptt
f be a big incentive, as.. the list of Harvard-Yale will Mich., 23 ft. 10 1-4 in.; Javelin tied this"record, but failed to millionaire is $1,000.00o. c
Ox-
candidates for the team is said to" meet Son Yale, 179 ft. 4 1-2 in.; Shot
a
t ford-Cambirdgein_ an international ---- -, ---- ------ -- -- s
'be the largest in the history of the Pot Hills of Princeton, i 46 ft.; -
school Ring tum Phi. intercollegiate track meet to be Norton of Kansas, -.
High Jump- s ,
: held July 21st in the
new Membley
and Brown of Dartmouth, 6 ft. 3 STYlE !
t
Stadium, Lond
near n. The stad-. .
1 NEW STADIUM ;FOR.. CENTER Ium, now under construction will 3-8 in ; Pole aVulfc Broolcer, Mich r
,
and Owens, Penn\.tie,l with 12 ft.
be finished by the last of April. ALL THE WHILE ,
9'in. Discua-=:Lleb Notre Dame,
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Tt ::1 ; Center,Cpllege has inaugurated I It-.Win accommodate 100,000 spec- ; ,
t .a campaign for $55,000 for the i tators.-Y News. 136 ft. 4 in:

Z purpose of building! a new stadium'I I s
Our system of operation makes /

OHIO CO-EDS PREFER RESULTS AT DRAKE_ for eiceptioHfl valaiiunexce ,
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-- ed eertee, r \ (

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filled t>ut by the coed3'at Although the weather was very .. 1
/Ohio University husbands are notas uncertain the Drake Relay Carnival -' -, ,A -' \ v/J1i ft

much in demand by women as at Des Moines, Iowa, was one' ;'\
of held. Suite-Hata--Fontiabiiig Good A fr
are careers. the fastest ever Over ,
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institJtions
1,300 athletes from 151 t

MR. STUDENT, MEET YOUR. took part, and the events BAILEY THE CLOTHIERTAMPA .

PROF. were witnessed by a crowd of 15., ..1 !: .1
.l 000. The University of Illinois FLORIDA

Students of Harvard: University relay team established a world's ( .
evidently do record of 42 3.10 sec. for the 440- '- .. ...
not see enough of .
r their professors. "else they like yard relay' clipping a tenth of a I .=... .....r-. -- ..'. .- .. ... .._. ,
J JW'e I them so well that they wish to second of the best time ever made ; '" I ",j.1

I see more Qf them than they do. A before. A new American record I$ MOTHER'S D y" ,
I / I series was made when Milton of
Grind Our Own Lenses of teas is being givenoneevery Angier .
NO-D Friday afternoon-at which Illinois, heaved the javelin, 203 ft ,, '
i t
LAY the students 9 1-2 in. In the 880 relay
will be given opportunities yard
t the appropriate thing: In a card.
another American
C to make the acquaintance record was '
t aines2ille, Florida. = .
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: \, ., of members of the faculty. Ifa made 'by'Illinois.., time 1:27 5-10. 3 i' .
/ large attendance rewards the efforts Joie Ray of the Illinois Athletic !t
.
of those responsible for this Club, holder of nine world's records -

'\ undertaking, shall it be laid down ,- defeated Ray Buker, a. } Nc.ntljNorton Novell :

+ aa to the quality of the tea served or teammate, in a special one-mile I I
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to the attractions or. race, breaking the' I
Si the professors tape at least
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4:15 2.5, making the fastest mile <
F j
J J. S. BODIFORD iI t CLEMSON DEFEATS run in this country this year. Irwin "'I .
: ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
I 1 f and t: GEORGIA AT TRACK of the Kansas Aggies, tied the

t ; I I' COMPANY II :Drake record of 9 4-5 sec., for the k MAIN STREET- .. /NORTH. -.
The Cle \son 'track team celebrated 100-yard dash. The results of .
l Druggists : Phone 32 : Reverend John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector :
.... --- ....... the opening of the S. C. field events are as follows: Pole '**!f "
--.I track season by taking the University Vault-Brownell, Illinois, 12 ft. 10 TELEPHONE, ,. 629 :
of Georgia cinder into in. Shot Hartmen Nebraska !
1 # men ; put -
A. H.
Doran '
.. camp here last Saturday. The 41 ft. 11 in.'; Broad jump- SCHEDULE OF SERVICES_ : ;

I For Bicycles and Bicycle- \1 score which indicates a walk Graham :Kansas, 22 ft. 7 in; High S 1)AYS-I0:30 A. M. and 7:45P.. JL: S '1
t Accessories ,:- away, shows' that Clemson more Jump-Poor, Kansas, 6 ft. 4 in.; WEEKDAYS ,
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t 232 East.Main Street Southt than doubled GaV score.--Clemson 'r' Discus-Platt. Denver Univ., 138 / .

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ATROCITIES 4+ of the it building is done with has been college planned,students to t9 Greenieaf
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Ii : Crosby CompanyJEWELERS f
I IF include

which would.several never unique be looked. features for I.
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j + in the : .
1 ,. average ntanfacturing establishment *

.:.. + + + + + + + + + -+ + + + .. ..- "..... -.....' ..:....' will by which it is believed I I
's' rtetlang fringing make an especial appeal to the Jacksonville -
J Flerida :
back. ,
undergraduate, and alumnus-a

- terrible at has the happenMpu Mess- I Ite. The battle waxed still warmer N, the libftry current, for numbers example'of tontaining: the var- J t I Medals, Class Dings and Pins. Commit- -I

'!& pot-eating more' and I don't get a sore.till the warrior's" tongues 'were ious lications fraternity and sorority pub- tees in search of loving cups or trophies, '
r'C as well as those of f
& see Kenneth more than But neither of the' schools and colleges. many suitable for Golf, Tennis or other athletic :

a oda ayf Let me tell you how could -ombattants Starting events will find it an matter to
f get a mortal hold at the basement, the easy
You see, we allthe Till first innovation to interest t Choose from selection which
Hall well at last, their honor satisfied the packages we '
Mess pretty &t I.
I lose everyone was so nice the champions retired, ment visitor where is the thereis designing conceived depart the t. I will gladly send upon approval. ,

!.. but after a while it belittle And left us to our toffee, which
embarrassing. All the was cold. little bars of jewel-encrusted gold ...+ 4Ia __ ___ __ __ -.. -... + __ ...._.....
/ and silver
that| will.soon herald
,. ilere so' attentive to us that new names in the halls of Greek "r'or <
iiIII J instincts could stand Ohr memorable was this j ,
tidenly day, on letter organizations. .
R It is here I \ I
Onger, Tbey winked at us f which great deeJs were done. that not only designs for new pins
# Hall,4t il 30, 1923. And loEg ftwili be remembered and badges are created butt coat- I i THE COLLEGE MEN'S CLASS S'

ably.t Mr Dowdell and Mr. among laen; of-arms for the fraternities and I I
OF
:,*ia partfcular, were so As lorg aslTeachers.bullshost, the sororities as wen.* In addition to
tta1 it made-us all blush for story' will be told the commodious
How Richara stock rooms and I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH :
: faced the Lion in heating plant, this floor houses

.So=* all .decided to leave at I Iris:: den. the receiving and packing depart- Cordially invites you to meet With them every Sunday at

till. of .the month. Mr. ',.. ,. .... ments. 9:40 A.JVL-Teacher, BcW( F. Rogers
Stanly who runs the Uni- : .Up one flight brings us into ,
Money will buy a wife, but shewill --I
the
central lobby .with its dark-
lives over at Mrs. Ram- ," .
still be fat sale. Jcdge.HP a
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stained
woodwork:, and two inter-
rand he persuaded us. to go I
....
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'&he. He was so charming t esting doorways through one of
":. just couldn't resist. Of : "When are-gou going. to tt. I which may be caught a glimpse ofa Preaching at"__..__.,.:....... ..:.....11 A.M. and 7:30 P.!I. -1

e j didat want to go, but rn e kiss :you?" red brick fire-place flanked on Mission Stud at _..:;.._..____._._....,..?;_._.._5 P.M.

_. her girls had their hearts I She: '"Come around on Friday. either side by comfortable arm- Epworth League ......-..---.--.:,.___,_..._..,,6:30. P.M.
cottldn't That's Amateur Night." chairs with a soft-shaded lamp .
here
te. it, and I stay -
casting a cheerful glow over the
B$ myself, -I
room. ,This is the Library or
.i S.a I'm eating over there, ..I9lnow The meanest man In the worldis reception -
room, designed exclu-
that I'm.sorry. Thera the roommate who borrows your .
sively for the convenience of the
.
:1g boy named Jimmy who isgas best ti if{, and then goes.out 2nd or-.
guests. In addition to the
publi-
..JII sweets Kenneth. They ders. grapefruit". Come to Our Store For '
'. cations already mentioned, we find -
1 ie plays a saxaphone and Southern California, Wampus. over in this corner a writing desk SHOE ECONOMYIf

150 like an angel. However, I with telephone and all the fittings your shoes quickly run down at the heel, turn up ,at the

Wen, forsaken Kenneth yet. It you do not like these jokes one needs when away from toes or rip out at the seams j&ey don't fit you. .

Do Iou remember Effie, Ma? And. their dryness: makes you home. If the shoe properly fits your foot (there are different

6he'iiie girl that came here look. groan; Through the other doorway is kinds of shoes for different kinds of feet) it will hold its

pnjfcr.a: man.' She's in a terrible Just stroll around* occasionally the Conference Room which is shape, and last as long as the leather. U

3flaJ She doesn't know which With some good ones of yonr placed it the disposal of fraternity We fit you correctly not ,Because we know shoes, but

''it !lies better, Mr. Ramsey or own. officials during their visits to the also because we know feet. Fob that reason, our shoes give

LE1s: Moore She says they're s-- city to serve as a meeting place the greatest amount of wear at the least cost.

I I f\oh( j-ot \w.ti little! sugar pies, ? "Justthink," said the..tourist, for committees or npther 'appoint- L C. SMITH

,|4ut Mrf.Ramse'ylooks-. much "I came all the way :from Maine mentr. A telephone ishandy and a

6 'intelligent with his big. just to see-your beautiful sunset" stenographer. is all ready to take ..- - .... '
'Kfl'and broad forehead. Ef.S' "One of these sophmores must diFtations in case there are tome ,

\. : terrible gentleman's girl, have been stinging you, answered. letters to be sent.

j Jb, |ot. tf bit like me. the rat. "It aint mine." At ''one side of the lobby is a. f ELECTRIC \ SHOE REPAIR COMPANY t

TW1, I havent much longer 1R. row of private offices while to SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT

We now, unless I come back to .(). T. C. STUDENTS GIVEN the rear is perhaps the finest dis- t '-, -
'Sfisnei School. Kenneth says PREFERENCE AT CAMPS I !play room for fraternity novel- ,
SERVICE AND QUALITY OUR Ji01T0
[''IA coming back. ./ ties in the country. Deep shelves '

;'r Yoar loving daughter / Word has been received from bvilt in on all s des reach to tie t 9STUDENT "I

t :MAYBELLE.I Fourth Corps Area Headquarters, ceiling and are protec.ed by large 1 j I. REPRES&"fl'ATIVE-H. K. WINTER, ROOM '

i" Atlanta, Georgia, that special opportunity -* glass doors. A massive dark waLnut 1 BUCKMAN :;

I!fT1>e Battle of the Sugar Bowl will be given R. O. T. C. table is used for displayingand I .I
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f. -- of the local High Schools and several chairs of the tame .J :ww .-- _
Eire tas at table Colleges to attend Citizen's Military type make tit possible to select .
anger our -____ _. ___ ... __._.4I __,
1 on that balmy summer morn, Training Camp this year i goods with a minimum of effort. '

yrbere was rage' in every.eye and' Quotas will be assigned all units, The building, which is approximately FLORIDA BARBER SHOP :1 t

every soul; based 'upon the strength of the three times as largr as the ... WEST SIDE SQUARE f

f
aitll the spoons the night their professor of military science & Company, is constructed, ., T. C. PREVATT, Prop.
before within the quota, will that additional floors be dd- r ; F
and tactics, may a
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; There wasn't; any sugar in they be assured of going to camp.\Thiss ed at any time. In view of its ac- .,

bowl. preference can be granted be- cessibility to visitors to the city .
t. : tween April 25th and May 10th and the fact that there are now
.
tkav oar waiter was a youngster only., something like fifteen hundred d

MmedfvDashing Dick Dowdell; Applications are being receivedin college fraternities and sororitiesin Bedding, Pillow Cases, s\

i_ A, likelier lad I ne'er before did large numbers daily from boys the country, it is exp :tci that Sheets Blankets
9 in Alabama, Florida. Georgia, the building will be visited by ,
.
.,dRv i en be heard our trouble Louisiana, Mississippi, North hundreds of college men and wo-

: i boldly said to all; Carolina, South Carolina, and Ten- men during the year. An interesting RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES -10,...-..

+'4Sugar3\ Then 111 get you nessee, by the C. M. T. C. Officer, record of these visits will MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER :;
.10000e, by gee!" Fourth Corps Area, Red Rock be kept, as is done'in many frater- t' '-

iDi Building, Atlanta, Ga., and is nity houses, by means pf a large ;

;( he got'the sugar, and we expected that .few, if any vacancies guest book in which arrests will We Keep Everything for Your. Room, f,

ed him as a prince- will exist aftr May 15th.A sign their names.

JUtjthen a distant rumbling in .

thi kitchen gave the alarm, TRIP THROUGH THE NEW :' .-
And BLDG. CAPT. BAIN.C M IC i
fore he could defend him- BURR, PATTERSON @1 ,

.'. f or make a' getaway .. .
j
'ne' Bullock was upon him like College men and women throughout OFFKERFORFLA.Captain GAINESV1LLEFLOR10A.JOHNSON'S _

, \ ,-tonnl! the country win take partic- i ;
i Vp ular interest in the news that -

e '*a>angry mother lion when what is perhaps- the world's larg- Bain now C. M. T. C.

... Ate' Enters shoot, her 'cub, est institution devoted to the officer for the University of Florida -M_ _ _ _ _ _S 1

i "\U'. eatle put''-unwilling in aate manufacture and sale of fraternity will be glad to see anyone ,PHARMACY i

; ti insignia has just been erected in between 17 and 24 years of age Drags, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Robber Goods It
I. lke who would like to take a vacation '
i e. Into some great Leviathan Detroit. I We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Oily I _
I 1rih i* that of Burr at the governments expense. considered.
j vengeance in his heart- The building purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality
&j*. was the -mighty Bullock Patterson and Company, manu- Uncle Sam pays' the tQla. : -, Gainesville, Florida.
in his rage factoring fraternity jewelers and Men signing up from Florida - -

,r-\t 5. ..5't was-designed by Albert Kahn,, De- will go to Camp ;.McCleMan, Al u :.
will be associated
, architect. and while there
\ dhing Dick stood boldly troit'a nationally known from this !MIIJII___
J Up before of two floors and raised with offers and men ,,
the great assault, It consists !
: located nextto coups, area.Anyone .-. I ..
dam
d off his rival's firstattaik basement and is railroad ter- interested in this can get THE PHIFER STATE BANE -.
,largest
citys
d kea' the Central station application blanks and, help in GAINESVILLE&., FfcOKBBA.
: Michigan
minal the
worthy teacher, to each ,
t Roosevelt Park. filling them out from Captain L
Ift volley that* "al 'rent, 'fronting on of the business Bain at the Military 'office. I ..., ...- ......... t
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FIE:.R MEET Counting 1-5:*. Company C 100 -,- -. O. T. Green tail:

I i, t.t9 DR. WOODLEY CON- the The country.Corps Area .Aide to the ('orapiny A- 53* ',TOTALS Company D' 82 :. .:-- more Saturday right. .;,

Mr.,Clark How- Company B 4 '---f
Secretary of War, / .
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: TINUES HIS LECTURE ell, Jr., at'Atlanta, Ga., expressed Company C 33 .f. Company Company B 221 '- I J .wdQbee1o

himself as being delighted that 'Company'D'lOO .' C 233 if -uri Pbce!
Company
COURSE Mr. 'Riley was able to accept this DRILL CONTEST' Counting; r-3'f I D 264. 1' to SkJt.'
: ; Company I )
position, and stated "I have no Company A *5t' ."-, D the colors lJi EIQQ
help B 95' This gave Company I l.oj rsit1 ,
doubt that with Mr. Riley Company The A
with a lead jof 31 poin 'S.
Dr. O. I. Woodley of the faculty we will be able to secure Florida's P. W/'s having formed the winning I ---

I of Teachers 'College, discussed quota on or about May 31. habit two years ago see no valid

f one's vocation in life as to its attend About camp a third;from of this the state number; have to F i +. +. '. + + i. t reason from changing their ways. I J. W.l\rCOLLUHI DRUGGISTS ,

desirability undesirability
or ,this
acceptedand .
p 'week:in his series of lectures-on, already been formally NOTICEA THE RERALL sro*

Chooing.A Life work, which are so notified. Requests for applications Agents fwLiggett
literature will receive I and ;
or ---e- s fort
1
i given Peabody Hall, Room 21, i
4 Morfday and Wednesday at 'prompt attention' Mr. Riley stated satisfying environment_ is Gainesville r --
every
three o'clock. Each of the lectures I f if sent. to the following address conductive to good work. We have '

k is. greeted with: an 'increased at-1 t some splendid rooms to offer, to S H'
C. RILEY i 0 EF l Bf
the )fR. B. : school students Ihes-: li
tendance which is a tribute-to the summer
i 'I University of Fla., FLA. U. BOYS furnished with hot and told; i I
are
who delivers them. .
one Gainesville, ,*"la. located and H B. M.
t Speaking of the desirability or I 1 .. water conveniently TENCBn !!!!!
work rates reasonable. For further information .
Ii undesirability of one's life I eaters athletic
"Men must Bargains in ., Horace. Wilson :\t 0 I Ii
t \,,' Dr. Woodley said goods the R. O. t. C. Post see Gainesville,' t
see
choose something'adaptable to .I Adv. This is Your Store the Kappa. Sigma House.

their interests and pleasures." The i Echange J E
-- Florida
t 'great problem of choosing a suit- .,
: : D. CO. WINS BATTALION
\ able is being consider. You're Welcome aakitishinq i
occupation
:-- i1rm '
THIRD TIME :
COLORS FOR S H :0 B
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< :ed by him in the greatest detail. I : f and
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;The qualifications of an individual : I' ...tl -
i 1 for any particular work should.I ( red -Continued from Page One) here .when in Tam- PriaU3.4tStflachroRtAtAL.VW"hes 6y I

i ,wield a decided influence when the colleges of the country. Nartc ( 1"

1 ehoice is being made. Man should Major Van Fleet stated that this LaLLAIl'. Ie.d 1.O.aGI7I 1&AJ.A&A, PUBLIC SAW

i .'j 'weigh heavily his preparation for year has been a most successfulone pa-When, you need

{r i {, .the long routine of service and for the iMlitary Department.A I II We ha\"e"purehased I.'.

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t has been pair U. S. Army Mm k
labor in which he is contemplating. spirit! cooperation
'an entrance. evident throughout the battalion Clothes we'll be glad shoes, sizes 5 1-2 to Ih fc* Ie
#> EverythingElectrical was the entire surplus
r 'Dr. Woodley is also doing personal and the work done this year has sid s

, j' work in this course and anyone been( highly satisfactory. There JOS. J. SEYKORAPHONE II one of the'largest U. EC
to I eminent shoe contractor If
,i t who feels the need of advice have been spirited competition be. serve you.- 107
and counsel benentted the companies but above it This shoe 1i g-.a.nteei-w
i may be by, twefn .. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDAA "
t a conference with, him. He will all there, has been a desire to put hundred per cent oGd b& f

fee..in Dea N rman's office on Flordia in the Distinguished CNlege color dark tan, 'bellows ten tE ; .

v .. Tuesday from ten to twelve o'clock -class where she belongs. E dirt and waterproof TIe steal C
3 in the Inter-com nice front bedroom also 1able- value of this shoe fefSI t
i j And on Wednesday and Thursday The final event BROTHERS ;
; WOLF Owing tox this theme dlu'we >
I ,
from ten. to one o'clock for this pany Competition was the rifle .' board one block northwest College M can offer same to 'pi q I
personal work. shopt between the sophomores of < 1
1 Inn. lie at f2. &. ; ,
the battalion. The results ot t'u* I .

: :The R. O. T. C. Post -Exchange shoot are a sfollows : Tampa- .' SEE MRS. M. L. PEEL. Send correct size. 1d4 Pall_&
man on delivery or
A 9
d is making a unique offer for next Company : .
order. If shoes are DQt'hJt,
.
I week, see their ad in this issue. Company BO I- : .x ... -r ;' cheer1l1a
resented will
I' Company C 3 ... > -.: .. { 4IIII' 4IIII '" 'I we

I 1 Wilson says: "There are three Company D 15 ;: r f Auerbach's Fine Candies '|f fund your money prompty- e

more issues of the Alligator." The final ratings of the companies '"-- ; t r t tOe i iI I 1 request. f.r
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MR. B. C. RILEY ANNOUNCED is as foIlowsTTENpANCE: -. GROCERIES National Bay State She (ftpany II
I
\ Counting 13. is ::' 4- ,. 296. Broadvi SA r
AS AID TO SEC. OF WAR I / -- -
:1. C .ml-any A 80 |LDORSEY. &E t I York N. Y. i t
j f .. ,. f + f + F
: Mr. B. C. Riley, -University of I Company B 83 .-, 1 E
Florida I! Co 'any C 100' I ..
i Gainesville Fla., is announced --- --- '. ----- it

: I 'as civilian aide to the' 1 cm*.s.ny D 82 J. . j
h SALE-ARMy' SHOES SALE PliMBi
PIANOS
Secretary of War for the State I -' PLAYER
of Florida, in assisting in pro-. I Ii We have just bought a tremendous -: l'
I EDISON PHONOGRAPHS ''
j t I ; curement of applicants fot the Eagle Barber Shop j jFCH stock of Army Munson last : ., .
I Shoes to ; to the public Sheet Music .
Citizens' Military Training Cam!?* i I tI behold String InstraaieKELLEY 'i
1' II direct.. Price.::12.75,. These! shoesare I \
S I 1 for 1923.' v ; I 100 per cent solid leather: MUSIC CO., Next Door to Miner'sIGATQRBARBER
1 I EXPERT SERVICE
Mr.' member the
i Riley! a of
r i with heavy double soles sewed .
i 1 Military Trainjpg Caaips Association I 1 II It Itt I .- and :sailed {.:The uppers are of
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of the United States, which I If you call once ,you'll call i,
heavy tan chrome leather with .t
,
I
t association grew out of the again. YbU SHOP
.
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t bellows tongue, thereby making I
at Plattsburg, and since :1 JN
camps
t 3 Nett Door to Alachua Cafe them waterproof. These shoes I ". '-- -' COLLEGE, INN .
'- 1916 has been a nation-wide or I BOYD .. i7.i 8 l A. 3J. to. 7:30
t PALEY are selling very fast and we ad- P.M. -Saturday 10:00 P. M. !
t1 ganization sponsoring camps far "
t visa you to order 'at once to insure TWO. GOOD BARBERS f
: training of nil .... I
i i young men over --- - -
youroVSer4 being .filled. I :

................................ The sizes are 6 to 11 all widths.; ,r ., .. -- :iFRATERNITY -t
pay postman on receipt of goodsor "f'I'!'

: FLORIDA HALL f send' -jnoliey order. Money i. JEWELRYOfficial -
y
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refunded if shoes are not satis
I I .
y t. DE' SOTO AND HERNANDO STS. : factory. The U. S. Stores Co." For All Organizations.

1441 Broadway, New York City. ,, .
'
(Opposite University) I. .
Class Pins and Rings, Chapter Guards, Medals; Ath
The new and modern dormitory. All conveniences for the :
i rooms. next Trophies, Miniature, Basketballs, Baseballs Football! f
student. Reserve now for regular session.
j FOR RENT
.. gold and silver. Special orders solicited. Designs Porgy
Floor Plat and Circular on request. ,.
DR.' GEO. S. WALDO, Owner. I ? ice quiet rooms in same I THE EMBLEM SHOP j
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block 'as the College Inn.
; I : 4 or DICK STANLEY 200 Metropolitan Building ATLANTA,G*
129-CoIlege Park Ave. ,
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