The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00397
 Material Information
Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 1923
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000972808
oclc - 01410246
notis - AEU8328
lccn - sn 96027439
System ID: UF00028291:00397
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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I rOMEN AT In the elections-held last Thurs

-. :,t. MEETING. OF ATH. BOARD day ,in- chapel., Robert. L. Earnestwas GIVEN BY GIRLS OF F. S. C. W. FRIDAY

.... -- elected president!. of the Student ,
10 BB GIVEN AT CHAPEL Body, .|nd George Milam,

|, MURPHREE.ta was ch en"Secreta1'7.'I'reaaur r. SHOWN BY THE ,ENTIRE :.

, .-t- ., TEAM BEST INTHESOUTH K. K. .Hasentwas 'made dltor-in-, MEDALS THISYEAR CAST.

regular: meeting of the Ath chef of the 'Alligator and. E. A. ,
:il1 bye: Association letters were Clayton, President of the y.;)t. C. A, large and appreciative "audience

t :'mrded to the varsity men and I A. The list iof'-officers follows. greeted the thirty,young
t4.t gals to the freshmen squads I Presde i< Student Body, ladies, from Tallahassee composing

(,,three major. sports' basket ball The University of Florida .I.I'. Robert L;'Eacest., In a special meeting of they debating the, Chapef Choir- of the .Florida .
bas ball and track. Seven men boasts of'one of the best Gallery [."- Vce-Presdfebt George Milam. council on Tuesday fter.' State. College for Women,

.. iMived the "F" for attaining the Title TeamsJn! tio) United' States.: ;" fieeretary-tlfreasurer t., Elmer. .. D." noon action was taken concerning when, they gave their costume.
#itedArd!.required on the cinder Up to 1922, lttte} time given Hinckley. i. .
keys for the intercollegiate. 'de These Grant'Martell .
J ;' were; Ark Newton: ,. to this line .of.port, but BudgetCommittee;
as interest
O'1ki1, Cox, Lawrence Case, Busing Miltfci .Yeats, Henry Per- haters. The motion passed was to of the season, at the .Baird theatre
..1 Louis ConnelL Gordon grew more time' was givento He is a member' 'of Sigma Nu, Phi the effect first, that keys be._ last Friday. "

May, Raymond Crown andte4.rd the development .of a .fint-rate L.- Reed; f f&eer ". awarded the six debaters representing Under the able direction.. of
Todd Freshmen numer- team. In 1922 the team won the. < Leader;'Prof, P. L. Reed. the University of Florid '- Miss Kathryn.oS'Peeve,;prima:. dona

, afa:rere awarded "'to Middlekauf 4th Corps Area match of the; Editor.in-hief of the Alligator in the L. S. U. and triangular de- of the choir, the concertvaj an
,mk, Monroe, Gi McGill R. O. .T. C. some' I K. K. Hansen.
: )roy : unit deafeatlng haters, second, that. those who are overwhelming success teats
Idsmo I Business Manager of the Atli-
> Marshall Ander- '"
; ; of the best teams in the oSuth,' Reece who is"dnra
s. r Jimmie Hndsqn was awarded : gator, David Rambo. wtaiors in the present year be umr.l, of F. S.

C manager's letter and was I II including the University of Georgia ': -Managing Editor of the Alliga- awarded the key this year said W. O, has also fitudiij. at the

passed npon favorable as the man University ,6f. Alabama, Uni. tor Charleton D. Keen. key to be ,a one-year key, third' Cincinnatti Conserva:Uy'of Mists

iwjfor thee coming 'se sQn. versijy of Tennessee and Georgia President of the Y. M. C. A.. E. that those debaters who are >iotseniors I n 4 has greatly impr)rJ her

Fad the .basket ball' seasonr,let- School of ,Technology., A Clayton. to be given credit for one' technique .and void quality.
i use 1I' rf'a irded'to Blyroifj ldy' 'n University :Florida 'wasdesignated Secretary of the.,Y.. .M.jC. A; year on a key, said key lo':be Theattractive" and.....weU-arrang-. '9" t
. ,Iletan. Check Kenneth D. R. 'Davints ? awarded to 'each In their senior! : t
4 J t: llH and Ark, -Newton.Byrd, FrO1 men in; ,;922_tofire in the Treeurer of the Y. M. C. A... W. 'year, and to be single, douhI ', i. :t rogram number was- <'divi4ed in-f
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I _rals have' already been pasSixteen -' National Inter-collegiate matches., T.'. Carter. ;";* f' triple the value of a one-year:key, to three: led;apes, The best teams in the differentCorps : 'President ,of the Athletic Asso- according to. the number of years choruses. The-. -opening number -

letters wero awarded Areas: of. tlig.United States cition, W., L. Robinson. they have made the team. A was dlndyV ""Mary': Magda-
YJce-Psesident of the Athletic standard model has been 1
f.tr!the roes who represeriteM the are: allowed to participate. in this additional adopted lene consist. .,, .ofsolo. work
Association C.-Cox. value will be added, by '
4 te. on the, diamond. TheseCaptain match; and placing. among. the. Secretary of the Athletic Assoc means of jewels. by Misses Edythe Dann and

r Bowser, .HcClejido ), first .twelve, ..the 'country are who Katherine Smith, with ensemble '
.91 < elation. F. H. Langworthy. \ Men received the debating
: cer: Hfichcpck, work by the choir.. Miss
1\'fafp Gladys
''' warded cash prizes and also m dals. Athletic Board>: ;Joe.:.JBarchan; key this year ire Lester Jennings '
Ores, .Mahinnah' 'Grny'Sirit} !t; I :Eddie., Blake. Stuart;; pomeroy W., ,a jf.Sr,W. !Mclnnes E. A.. Clayton: Stores, then ..renderetyQ;'f very
j, GQ1n; Logan New charming selections Liszt's
White; ; H wyatt. :. ,. ; ,: .:;? C- W* Fessel, T. D. Sale and Toni ;
1 ,1'! Carlton':. fefveda This.yearFlorida has won very : : Nightingale apd ..Gra'ingtr's .-
''Bob" Earnest. comes from Ferguson received credit for tMkcjr -
b!ra p.r'$, IetjFi. .; 'freshmanthi match, cxcept...Ohio- State, ,who. West Palm Beach, :4'lls: acJunlOr-. .' :-br-_which they shall have the. Country Gardens. Following thisbrilliant
a a1 tn.. C r n.,,: were 'defeated heriWia' small value performer's work the
score \\n the College IAST.. ,Ue. holds an opportunity to increase the
spzded' tc' ''/k'i, P i\ .- :R. G. ,Such.schodaaaColnmbia TJnivGrr- A. B. Dcgrceirvzn the Attr. and during -the year" or yean to-e me. Choir sang five very pleating 1

[ L)1i'er; :; J." ,, sity ;and Kansas Aggies, _? Sciences College:and'is:! :member ;'., method, will set an.an impetrW choral lumber Miss Edna
t'< + .;leding: .Mays;. Parham I fallen before the Orange and Blujmarksmen. 'of Pi 'Kappa Alpha;/,Pltf Delta P.H for .the debaters to rake'teama' Greer then delightedthe audience 4
t }Gii7tdEnglish! ; : ; Smith, jnd : The team was agaiu and Aipfei Phi-Epallon: He is. alsothe as many times as possible; furthermore with four violin' numbers, Which .

r '-l"; ,'.! < 't 1 designated to fire in the Nation} Vfce.Pnaldent'of the" /unlot one would natvvattt: Jkalf were executed 'with., treat skUL
.Atepe I. order ,bas been 'seat I Brilliant costumesand appropriate >
; matches this year add have berg Law elas /' dozen key*-he would pre&tDthe
to..h .vtbe3e. 'tnd gnUs/aadc/'fta scenery. furnished the,bade
: making remarkably scoresin tv "Three Dopes' JMiW j fro.super 'appearance of a walking pawn*
I i eW'.4nhaad diet'standardditos / ground for the charming Seen x _tIn
cry po iti..n. The mn and thaU Jacksonville, arid, like! Ju* : chop.
t rs year's" ynling. I scores 'who fired I n the National; or, Is a Junior ,fnjilheiXijege. ".,.,.Go..k; f ., '.. Gypsy Land, sung by Miss Eunice
p:trade|etter) has'been -changed I matches- this year ores and holds and A. ,it.degree' "..BOWEN AND ROUSER WIN de Vane and. My Love is a
''uie.ftpi"tiOn.. block" to tho1ek"w41 !'Pin. Muleteer, with the. ,able intrepre- -
Prone "PC>l tion- Daries 96 Is a member of Sigma *Nu, ; 'TEYNL DOUBLES TTTLB :
'the grow thru it. Phi, Phi PhTj, and: tation of Mill Evelyn Gatee, ex- -;
Disbehhit 94, Harroli: 97, Knight i gJappi ,?: > ,
n ea ?niau, ?be .awarded t: inrlapel 96 Malphas 94, Salley "5, SW- Alpha Phi Epst Mf"**' : .- The doubles championship in the pressed the exotic ,charm of Ro

";soon as they .arrive borough, 95. Schaolnger 96, Trim "& Hinckley Is from JscksonvdIle ()pen!-T nnftl Tournament was won many.The. 1
Junior In the Cols by Bowen and Houser when.they finale Scene in a Cafe
ble 95, Turner 94, T.'); &t 901. and a Y
GAlNESVILLE HIGH StandingScarburcutr' B2t )lee of Arts and Sciences. He & I I defeated :Lynn Crawford and Chantant, consisted' ..of- a cabaret

a :Mank 82, Maloy 77. SmU 80, Di- Vice-President of the Y. for the i Thompson in the nals played off scene sparkling! with the, duets, trio,

behhit 74, ilphas 63 'Ve b, c, coming year,as well as Secretary- Monday afternoon. The winners violin work-.AD4 cliarming solo
DEFEATED RATS Trimble 6T. Turner ''7. Scarborough .' Treasurer of the Student Body took three straight seta by scores of Miss Reece the Jenny Und of
r of Omicron Gam. of '6-4 6-3. But classy the choir jrhe violet girl, Miss
Wells 97, Malay OS, an dis a member 6-0 ; some '
Cornwall '
MONDAY Schabinger 93, Trimble 92 Total ma Sigma. tennis was put out before the title Stanley ; the charming ,
Southern ladies Misses Marie and
the Editor-in.
K. K. Hansen was won.
1 w 960.Kneeling Turner, 83, Harrold Chief of the Alligator, is also a The doubles matches lose the Grade Flournoyv and the three :
g" la a closely contested game -- Disbennit Jl. Mai. Junior in the Arts and Sciences tennis reason at the Universityfor little Japanese school girls
the 'wearers and 90, 'Smith, 87 Misses Miriam McCaU, ,
of the Purple Evelyn
88 Hank College and is from Tallahassee.He the present year and leave the '"'
Scarborough .
t1ii thol'b:1da ptas sn. Gates- Katherine all' "'
were too much for and Smith,
of Sigma. named doubles
85, Trimble SO, is a member Kappa above pair: as
: Freshmen and the Rats 90, Schabinger Robbie 'Robinson, President of champions 'and ,Lynn, Crawfordthe stood out a* features of the cabaret s

telll the wayside, the final Wells 86, Total 877. the Athletic Association, was single champion by: virtue ,ofa scene. The dosing song, 'L

'.. cot,being 75.. Both teams whole she was a Vice-President this year, and is victory over Houser last'we A Merry Life was full of the- ex.
4ad winning ball but the High Taken as a old captain-elect of next year's foot- uberant joy of the college' girl
exhibition of the ,
k\colla bunched their nits at very good incidentallywas ball team, having played a stele an hour it was defeated ,On the and oat a certain gloom dispeller. .

i the\: ime when the ywere needed pastime and the Mr.Ford Knine Graham, lar game at tackle the part three first ballot it was pawl A motion In addition to those already

Save their moundsmen nec- won by Question years. He is a Kappa Alpha. for reconsideartion was incorporated mentioned the following girls
r assistance. Truby of the eldest offspring. Lee the latest The proposed amendment to.the with a evcond ballot, contributed much toward the success

b: alto-.cuela ,ehicos waded into where is he going to put By-Laws of the Student Body end with the passage of the motion : of the entertainment: Misses

f. es ,rf Porters benders and touch- addition, to his fleet? It $ _.,, Association, providing that' a for reconsideration, he amendment Lily Brunner, Myrtle Collins;
td._ all as he'went along. Rieh- Sumary j in the considered lost. Frankie Wharton, Florence Up-
was as
notice be published -
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,". and Porter also secured* revenge Rats ..- .... ..'7' 9 2 prior to taking any money out .\-, second motion for :et>aiderstioa. seomb; Lou Egerton WhitfieU;
for "tie Insult.: his brothers Gainesville Hi. : roteS battle :end Wilson Mildred BranUey
to HIDer:' of the Special Fund was also .followed and the Porothy
J Ditching ability when his ecream- Batteries Rats, Ludwig Porter and and San__I upon and after, a parliamentary I ed,nth .the. tabling ?f. ;hism, ; r Lola Collins- ; Margaret Strange.
Gainesville Hi ". ,,;','::"'It ,' Francis Harris.
'.(: .- t line drive in the fourth wentfettle : fight which lasted fully half tJOl1 'g..: ,I and
't ; drcult.! Umpire Barchan. ". : ; : .

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,ALUMKINEWS ,: youjplanjto drive up in a car

j :::'. .T e ; and, have any. mpty space. pick :. ,,
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F cp"-som: other class member -enroute. : .
B.W.AMBB...' -& .
I;, : .. '. .tL .. .aNoLifyim in advance- t.
that you willydo so. If coming up
if.eeeeeeeeeeeece.eeceee "' eceeeeee< \ from the South, you should come f

f" from; Ocala,tp Gainesville. via

j t This is the last issue of the Alumni printing a copy of this lettter in BUchtbn, Morriston, V,Uiston, and
Section under the present hopes that it will serve as a Archer.: The road this way is good

( :i il :Editor the next two issues of stimilus to tie alumni of the other every foot of the way from Ocala "Sure.,Fit" is a cap with a high :

t I; I thfi"Sear and the coming yoar will elassess to attend: this J annual with the ,exception, of. about', two average in class room exercises i

meeting also. Every alumnus that .oL,3Iorrisoatowards ,_ .__ .
1' t. t; find .a new man in charge of this miles out --- t
') ., department. In his behalf I wish possibly can *" urged to be here. t Ocala. There it is merely a little Perhaps we might better say Inter-Ck&s Room
I Exercises. We mean the jog,In the rain between
alumni to give him There, are no detours and f
all the TOUg i
jqf- Econ B.1 and Logic % 'j
t k i e !'' 'support the coming year. CLASS OF 1913 REUNION, I from Morrison to Gainesville, it I > ;' I.ail l:air,these Sprtng days. a_nd the faculty wa ""!

: j ': Fill* out** ,any questionaires-* $ .*: ,that* j1I-rrpf. is; asphalt.almost. all the way. .J .a: .:' insist: that vOO sO'f alt;.. > r';::'" even'.tt' ;
} t maybe sent you; write in occasionally Let us also urge as many of the get wet to
and' let him know what you Dear Classmate: '12 and '14 men as can to come. This is a cap you can "Jet out"when the water
snd "take m" when it
contracts it, doers. and atpandi. -
r are doing; ga so,far. as to prepare Ten years ago you received We will enjoy the reunion more '. ., < ;, Besides you 'cart: :have it in waterproofed, .1
r1 a breezy letter for publication your sheepskin from the University -; if they are here. Let's have a style to'keep your head dry:* --'OjT ;r'-

r they" wiU all be appreciated.; Dont of Florida, and, according: to: big ,pull ,all, together make this ,, Aside from these features;it's a cap that can stand -.;
r : merits stylish and good-loolung. The
@ ''l i ; forget" -the Alumni. Section:is yours custom, this' year :at Commencement reunion a howling. success.G. i on only its ordinary own thing, :about it is iryprice ther i&1 '

aDd WithoUt our cooperation,tit we. will hold our Class Reunion P. Garret, Chairman, Kis- no .cjargefor the.features.- 0

cannot* : be what it ought. "* to be.-*' This.is to be the big reunion, simmee, Florida,. New Spring .st Jets :in "Sure-Fit Caps are
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f t In closing, the editor' wishes to the biggest that we will ever have. R. Borden Wilson, being shown by Burnett the "C1oth ei-Jand

u ; 1 thank all the alumni who have so We should gather back at GainesVille L. B. Thrasher, L. J. Burkhim."SUREFIT". 1-

: splendidly cooperated during the to see the progress of the E. T. Casler, i :

,! r past,year, with ,especial thanks to University and the town, and to, Reunion Committee.. CAP : (

?) ; a', i your? Alumni Secretary, Pat learn of the progress of our fel ,

it ; O'Byrne and. your president, Bar- lows. MILITARY ACTIVITIES '

k$ ; ney Colson, who have been never The Alumni Business Meeting of END FOR PRESENT .,

.. ; .&. ending sources' of news and. inspiration. the Alumni Association will occur :SCHOOL: YEAR ',' e.ii: ;

f Monday morning, May 28&, at -
i The military activities at the
.. 11 o'clock in Peabody College.
i tt The: following is a rather humorous Let's make it a point to be thereto university have come to a conclusion ... j

letter taken from the Short the last man. The Universitywill for this year with the excep- "SB e.Ht"Cap made bj Fme&.Levy,702 Breachrty.NewTait ]

t rTunis and Encores section of the give the Annual Alumni Luncheon tion of final examinations in Military -
Science for basic
the course
+ Saturday Evening Post. It is a in the Commons at 1 o'clock

ti : I -. parody on the-usual alumni editor Leave it to us. We will be there. men. These examinations will be -
held May 19. There will be some
fats, but We trust that none of Commencement this year is to

k : our calls for assistance have be unusually attractive to old exemptions.Last .
Florida took first
4seemed, this drastic. Florida men, Doctor Vincent, year .
+ who baccalaureate : place at the R. O. T. C. camp held -
i will give the
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i" sermon on Sunday, is a most elo- in Annistton Alabama. The_,camp
,Ir : quent speaker. Our own Doctor will be held at Anniston again For Hair' That r ,
Your alma mater is calling you. this year and it is hoped the
Cox, president of University
now Emory f
It needs one-fifth of this year's men from Florida will maintainthe Won't StayComhed J
will deliver the bacculau-
i i salary, one-quarter of next year's high standards established. by
reate address. He needs rec-
x; t one-third of the next year's, and ommendation to Florida no Florida men last year. For wiry, fractious hair-soft t ,

M so on, until your have fulfilled The senior men. It is expected that the camp fluffy hair-for any kind of hair
class according to
your obligations as a loyal son of this year will be a very pleasantone that won't behave use Stacomb.
custom inaugurated
three four
tr the university.. If Bohunk is to or much better than the one Your hair will stay combed all ',"" -
years, ago, will put on a stunttat _
day if Stacomb. Ideal
glow; its children must kick in, held last lear, and.the work done you use after
the Luncheon. It has washing your hair. .Restores nat-
j even if it gives the growing pains. this should
j been suggested that a pleasing in- summer be correspond ural oila washed'out..
According to disinterested architects ingly better. Adds life and luster.
ovation would be for the class of
t I Bohunk right now at Ask barber for
your a Stacomb
1913 to also put on, a stunt. What -
F j least twelve new, dormotoriey. with MARGARET GRACY HARNMr. laailtltt
I'I'I I i >stained windows, marble stair- do you think of the idea t Writeto and Mrs. Samuel P. Ham Rub.At all drupitL. ....,..ena .

fi( eases, echoing corridors. pool the chairman and tell him announce the arrival of an eight theUtlrStfj Ctdd

'I:I "tables, bowling alleys and Oriental whether you are lfor or againstthe pound baby, daughter, born Tuesday ,Ii
idea -i
of class putting
g I I, ; ,rugs. addition, there is a crying our on a afternoon a;' 5. o-clock at the ii i:

I' need. for' 30' set of chapel bells stunt at the Alumni Luncheon. If home of Mrs. Day Edwards. ,.
: spring'them. .
1 L!!t to be stolen by the freshman class you have. suggestions, The welcome little lady has ....semisi -- ... .. .... -- -- -.- -- .... .,.:
; of each year; a steel tower for the been named Margaret Gracy Harn- I
i 1 r t radio department clubhouse Two years ago, the senior stunt
mahogany -
,j I+ took the form of a burlesque ofa I VISIT US EVERY DAY '
j : I for the varsity football Jim.Merrin class of '22 of Plant
I s's'I I players now under contract with meeting of the Appropriations City is spending a few days in THE LYRIC THEATRE
Committee of the Legislature, to
; J. optional clauses; and three or four Gainesville greeting friends of
t E laboratories. for the brewing and discuss the appropriation for the I You Know Bow We Stand OB AU College MatUM
I \ r former days when he .was prominent zy
of Florida. Last ,
i distilling classes. to be explodedat University year .
in University 'circles- Mr. _-- _
the stunt consisted of a burlesqueon
; their convenience.
Merrin is taking theological
'This equipment will cost a meeting::: of the University -
new -
course at Richmond,.Va., and is en
; good according to the findings Senate
route home on a vacation. SEE
; Hon.. William Jennings Bryan
of the Logic Faculty. We

i 4 know, you will not turn deaf ears will attend Commencement and Freshie-I, would kiss you if we I Vidal Drug.Company .

to the howling of the drive com probably give a fev remarks at weren't i na canoe. FOR DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTI I1S.

E mittee. Old Bohunk gave you all the Alumni Luncheon. Quite possi- Co-ed: Sir take me ashore im CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENS
bly Judge Bryan wilfbe the main I -
you have and now it wants it mediately.-New Hampshire.
.{ ; iba 'k. It is up to you and other speaker at ,the occasion.It .

& 1 1 faithful alumni to give in her hour has been suggested that our I

I+ of need. Give till it makes you class have a spread at Black's I'I-'I
s s eick. But give. No contribution cafe, Monday night. Please write I

!' above $500 will be rejected. All the chairman at onde, advising MEET ME ATMILLER'S ;jl

ff 1 unfilled pledges turned over to whether you approve of such an

our legal department. undertaking or not.

Pat OByrne, Dummy Taylor,
:t ti The Reunion Committee for the and Skinny Vidal will be a local. jl jlWe

U : Class of '13 has been appointed, committee on arrangements. If ; /

: j ( consisting of G. P. Garrett, of KUslmee you have any suggestions to make > ,

,, as chairman, R. Borden Wil write them also.

r-' eon of Bartow;. L. B. Thrasher, We enclose postal cards on Are At Your ServiceNo -. ;

j o{ Ocala; and E. T. Casler, of which we will ask that you notify '

y'' Tallahassee. If you haven't re- the Chairman of the Committee: at Place Like Home and Miller's "

11 ,. eeived a personal letter from these once as to whether you will be ,
r it is the We that the !Ii -
t men, on way. are present so proper ar-
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'f..!... .-------. tt4btttt if- >+-; .--. ..".. QUET BY "Y" _- .. q JACKSONVILLE- FLORIDA :
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,. .CLUB
j batigg and the work he .1'ilone :
for the Fraternity in ,,The annual, banquet given by YOUNG MEN should ask to see the new ,' ro&Qwt1Ylt"od l;,
j;1 ldartell-was selected pre3af year.The'.' the past ; the Y. )I. 'CC:' A. tV tfee nnnera I t. and !the new 'Brooks':"':'the very later<< -ipring'and 8u n nermodus :

jilt the Ag Club for tha flr tfitter ": 'm the "YOU Bible Study contest to.I leave the cutters' tables. CONVENIENT '
meeting s joiirned'\ ,h. _, .. At CORNERS -
; : O take was b*idln..tS ''oCmmona
of next year at the last :'pari'in'the last will .,
we them
consumption '
jjgjar _meeting,, of the Ag, Club freshmen of the re Tuesday Evening wIth a distin'guished you.

j0f Monday evening. Election of -, number:quests present. :. ':" '' iF
*eri presentation of the ---*! 4. ff ,? The evening was spent in getting ."-. ...,J I 1
Georgia Debating Cup by UNIVERSITY i QUARTETTE the real ," spirit into those who _-------T----- .: '-,.
rS eras the for ENTERTAINS IN CHAPEL! win glade its destinies on the -- -
t'd program --- .u ". .. .. '1' -: "" -,:R .
tin : ----- campus next year.After .
)JGeiger of'ihe debating teamdkhWeae4 University Quartette enter. the invocation by Dr. Mc-
l Georgia gave a re- tamed the student body on Tues Call 3J). dthe singing of the

t'of,his, experiences on thejb.'Jt'e day at the regular chapel hour "Orange and Blue! ," the' company : -.:.Tropical WorstedsSeerauckers
with several numbers sat down, to .
from their a 'meal. that made
*he fine treatment '
,iddj&f Gabardines "
large reportoire, the windows -of -TWeedS. '. .
hImself and his collea* They .were the old mesa hall ;
Carded stand described several points : greeted with the most enthusiastic Continued on Page six"The' Whipcords ,- .,;-:: i:: ':Wool Crash : 1
applause and only lack 'of- .i
a .
I Merest about the Universityterestabaut Mohairs -HomespunsCheviots
time, pj-evented tfheir answering table was arranged in the '
R i the University! calls for more, "encores. form of a',U and 'seniol'3'and -Silk Pongees -- : 't

4 oeorgia. He* gave valuable The Train Song, done to perfection toastmasters were seated at the -Silk Shantungs -Blue Serges 1
to the concerning
jCestions and fn the words of Dr. aseofthe U. Others were ,ar-
-Palm: i Beaches
moods' ,of arousinginterest in Murphree, as well as .the St.Aug-. ranged about the rest_ of the boar". ,.r.
unities, whicn he had ob- 1Z
'fJ .. The
_ustine quartettedid it, was the members of the fraternityare > j
while at. Georgia. 'first-number. Honey,"If"you Only B. W. Ames, Horace Wilson This wonderful lineup of ,light weights materials* ready :
I( A. Marttell made appropriate iCnew'was' ,thet'.encore given'and James Winfield, Pete Rogers, Oscar -
iprks in which he presented the :this was; '.'followed byk comedy Leonard William Tooke, Alec : for the first__warn days 6spring.:

Ming cup.'to the club for the "pfcete entitled ,The RheifmatismBlues. White and Robert Wray. ... ; .
We show them in 2, 3 and 4-piece suits with 1, 2, 3 and
i jeod year. It at Florida .. This one.was-particulaijywell 'Rats Glover and Ross spoke eXtemporaneously -
it if next year,' and will be ingt >taken "d"showedipvhe ver. for the rat 4-button coats. : ,
of Major Floyd. satility of 'the members'of the class. :
For Young Men there's belted :'Norfolk and
j( the election i officers .Harry quartete There is ability 'at : plain: ;
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models Models
Conservative for
FAAR There's browns
elected vice-president
jath: was acting as well'as singing In them. .
'knee Campbell was elected Jimmie Melton sings first tenor program for the eveningof .i grays. blues, tans and all the newest' 1923'herringbone'.

j trUry and treasurer; M. A. in the quart etc; George Andersonis the 7th consisted of a seriesof effects. l'
,Biker, reporter; and O. R. Davis, second tenor; Milton Yeats is .talks ,by members of the society .
.dfc; C. O. Bratley was elected baritone; and Nat Mayo is bass. on subjects assigned the : i50 $1850.
$12.00 : 'J
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amber of the debating council. week previous. J. G. Taylor gate ...
ifte club vote I to cofer with KAPPA SIGMA GIVES a good talk, despite the fact he !' "'-)1 '
(feia as to the desirability: of BANQUET FOR SENIORS was unprepared, on the advance. I '$20.00 ,$22.50 $25.00 '

l tang the names of the debaters OF FRATERNITYKappa ment of the society the past year, I '" '''I' ,'," .' .

+ pelt as the scncoi victorious in Mr. Ingram brought out some important I '$27.50 $30.00 $35.00 ,
den, h Annual< Ag-Georgia debates Sima fraternity was hostto points in his discourse on

pkod i.l I on the _debating_ ; cup. a delightful the seniors banquet of the in fraternity the White a> the helpfullness of the society to ...... .........................4
its members. The advice given by

f"Alpha Phi Epsilon Election House on Wednesday evening. Mr. Parham on spending the sum ..4II _/ ___ _____....
1; ___ in enjoyinga
The evening was spent mer vacation, by the applause and
frie honorary debating frater- fine dinner and listening to the interest shown appealed to all t FIRST NATIONAL BANK J

*7 of the University oiJFlorida words of advice given by the seniors and might prove if en2fb h any t Incorporated 1888 .- t
hid its final meeting for the year and the 'factulty members of one. The surprise of the eveningwas Capital $100,600 'Surplus, $15',000
so Wednesday evening at the Law the fraternity.' the deliverance of the Junior- I ''I ', .. GAINESVILE, FLORIDA t

Ce&ege. Each member gave the Leo Butler. presided as toastmaster Senior oration by Mr. J. H. Wiseto ---- .... -. ---..... -. .. ... ---4I. ,
feat piece -of fpo try that" they had of the banquet and intro- be, given for commencement.This "
}m since last meeting. Vtoced the speaker with? appropriate ended the program and the

|The:officers.fo; next year were words concerning eahh one. society had a short business session .. -
,ifected. E. A.'Clayton was made The Seniors were the ;first called which consisted of the 'reports THE REXALL STORE NO. 2

President,* C. "W. .Russol.. Vice- on and each responded with this\ of the committeees appointee 719 W; University Avenue

.:PrwJdent; 0./:R. Davis, Secretary thoughts and reminiscences of four last week.' Following this came. "The Drug Store 'Nearest the University""

. "and Treasurer.;.and C. O. Bratley, years in college. Dr. ,Roemer.*Dr... the most important business of ,'Prompt..Delivery5 Service PHONE 360-W
II Reporter. Shealy, Dr. Simpson and the evening-the election of officers .
; A rising vote of thanks was faculty members 'of Kappa for the coming year. Elect

t rhea the president. Thomas Sale Sigma also answered the toast. ed were; President, J. H. Wise, ...... .. ... -- .-. ..
l jfor his untiring efforts in the I master's call for an after-dinner Vice-President, Gerald Bee, Sec- t

f;: rot of public speaking and de speech. treasurer, Sylvester Middleton' THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

i I'+* .._ ,reporter, E.: E. Mason_sargent-at .,' ,
'arms, K. K. Hansen, COrporal at Basement Language-Baft t t

Popular Goods at Popular Prices atBlPKHIM'S arms, R. R. Sias. The representative ".
on the debating council was

also scleceted in the person of L. ,
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O. Stephens. Shortly after this %: '"" '
the society adjourned. NeWU, ,eof University Jev.'elryand StaUeaery. Large i t

1111'r Assortment of Pennants,: Freshman Cape, Memory t
I Books, Etc-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry O. Me Arthur ,

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announce engagement '-' -' wo+w ..www.i.rwriar.WON'T .
\ UNIVERSITY MEN approaching marriage of their
daughter. Mildred to Mr. Glen
Hamilton of Humbolt Tenn, thewedding
to take place Tuesday, f YOU I
Demand Value and style May 29th, First Presbyterian
Church, Gainesville Florida. '
Society Brand I
Much cordial interest cent;1'f
; 'Hanan Shoes, !! nhattkn: hirts, Kriox Hats .around the above annoinc*men MILD HAVANACIGAR
P __ ..._ .. --- .
r ." ."" :- "" "" owing to the popularity of the p. ..

I f i; Are featured lines in.the Giddens Stare. young couple. ELI WITT CIGAR CO. .. o .:
The bride-elect is the eldest .

.t --i' Mail Orders a Specialty... .. ,.. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McAr- Distributors -. #
.tl .. thur, possessing a sweet gentle Tampa Miami Jacksonville
> personality that has endeared her
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i to the large circle of friends. Shu .
_graduated with the clan of '20 j
.. from Battleereek Sanltorium+ as ..'................ .........444.

f"r. dietetian later ...pending ->n+* yra' IT'
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\c ; at Christ Hospital' at C'nclnvittiand .:f FLORIDA HALL ,

: one year at High Smith hospital i
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II : Mr. Hamilton graduate I from .
{ HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO. the University of FI"ri4lVlt1t' the $ The new'and modern dormitory. All conveniences .for the 4

class of *21 and is now 'ompIetfng + student. Reserve, rooms now for next regujar session. : .
F II I ': TAMPA FLORIDA a course in Masters Degree of Agriculture Floor Plat and Circular on request. .
! i SHR! T DR. GEO. S. WALDO, Owner. .
: : Following,the wedding.the young .
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.i1 couple will travel for.three months
.:- ... >>..a..o--- -'" before deciding _whereto locate. 44 ..4 44...+..+............

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i I /, _. ':-4",. .raa good-will with'which'they have launched us in this venture into Everything

a f ; : the storxnyseas'; 'of. collegiate journalism f which ia mot, however, .JOB. J. SEyGAINI
l "Entered *s second class matter,_September 29, 1912, at the Post: thanks:to ifiem; wholly uncharted Hay'ye prosper arid wax fat '

tfffce at,Gainesville on that whic'h/the faculty committee hath seen fit to leave thee. o:, Jtf.
Florida:' under the acts of' March 8, 1879.K. .. i : ''. ". -' S 1

!T ,KENmfU :HANSEN ........w.. .N..w..-....._.._-...Editor-in--" >Chef i : 'i NEW OFFICERS. ':1 -' ,

CHARLTON D. KEENE i r .....,Managing Edito r. With the advent of student, elections, a new body of officers '

;:GERALD'H. BEEf _...r!" .'! ?. I.!" r' Assista.nt Managing.. Editor: is now about;fp step into their respective positions, and the 'old A nice flOAt wr...: +

4 depart with the'litatU-e1B. The "Alligator" wishes.to congratulate I W, one blob'kge .

4 BOARD: OE.EDITORS. ., '. both the new and 'the old officers, the former for the honor-conferred Inas ***j$
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I, E. B. ;BUSBEE" 'r.!' t.. ..:.... y.-_--.N.NSoc"' upon them, the-latter for their successful] year of service.. .

H. S..,?j4lRlSH -.-....::..:.t_ L'u: ; .. .ll. poriiUumn And those who lost In the contest, we wish to congratulate also ms. $. ,if. !
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L i M. W.QVERSTREET ... i." : '7" for 'the splendid spirit they have jI. ..
:N IiL.X.: _._----...;-._.._- ahown in losing without com i

Pt s} !L w. G.'"pARMFN'rERr'. :; _-...- ......_-.'.60'..::.n...,...,..j._..._:__jokes plaint. Any' one.'may receive an.office gracefully] but it takes a .... \iI
t J:T. .EfTHERIpjGE .._-.-'-!.L:..r%!-'.ii1i-;.._i .;...-J:._;"-.:..l:::;_-.ExC; ,hangesMiHtary; ; real man with real' stuff in trim to lose gracefully. 1 i-J .. -I

r4 L1 G.. A t S&ttTBLlL+ .._.N.w-..:-\_____.f.___.:.l.__w_._' _. .:. --'. ) Aaerbarh'a '
D. C.. ..SCKXTH !....___. ."._.fl .....'.. .. ,........_..___H__j" N'.: -..'I't.-.I.. The Auditors Office l has given Tuesday, May 15th, in Prof.Reed's lie. -I II
.. "\\j ....:: ..;.' ..... before notice that those. dtstahg. checks office in the Engineering building. I GROCERI 1
Itsaing for fcome must This
will be the last
meeting of

4 C 4(!i HENRY ASH ....NN.N.N." ASSISTANTS c...:,.'r-. ... .. Society hare a certified,, 'oZ" cashier chock.Se this committee this year. I,. .. DORSEy..... ... t1sk
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B. &"DI/BERLACK"NH .__HN'. ;H_N...__NNNNN.H._._.._-._H...Sports Wilson iod set your room .* '. .4o. 4'. . ., ;
J. W. USHER .. ._.. *
www : .. .Alumni for the summer !uoL" +
.N.Nw.N..w :. .Jokes ING Eagle Barber
--------- ----.ExchangesMilitary GYM. 4 '
i l Ef f 'R. L. HODGES --- .. -...-- 4 4 4 4 4 f 4 4Prlass FOR .. J
The swimming team.point-win- EXPERr
i BUSINESS DEPARTMENT ners) win meet In'the gym Monday .

ii i ;-4 iD. A. RAMBO ---... ... ... ..Business at 12 o'clock to elect a cap K. k If yon call( :.f
i' ------ Manager] taro and .manager' for 1&24. again. once fOiI J 1l p


,,1 Unleashed With this number of the Gator the new staff makes its debut. There will be a meeting.. of the ...... PALKY BOYD i

.0 Ij, with a world, fresh of from our long apprenticeship, we are confronted budget'committee"at. n......,...7:15. pjn: -..
m responsibilities ---
: cares, and anxieties. The furrowed

t m see a like, careworn fate in brows store of for our us.predecessors With this outlook are explained, it is most,; nay,nat ire- ..... ." .-.-.;... ... t......... .."............fit........

: ural for us to seek some.means of alleviating our worries i ,
and les .
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sening the
burden J.
which we see in store for : .. .
t ,, is to the'stude us. And, as'of yore, it ""'. '. 'n''WeInvite .,
t-body that < :
t lir to eleven we must appeal. i ....... '., '. .

j ; i. a! L... has done its'best to years keep of its troubled existence, the Alligator t. .. it
step with
rapid progress of the Uni. h
h satisfy versity.tlie:To do this its staff has often been at great pains to: ;- College Men to See.and Try On qw.} ..
vagaries of
i a student body. In an earnest 10/
effort Iftsafkfy all. they'have .. -3
often satisfied ..
I these:difficulties! none, but in spite of 'EDERHEIMER
they have ..
persevered and the 'R'I\\!< .
present Alligator
is the result. 'With ;*
all deference'and : : ";:- ,
M respect to the ,;
I we feel' outgoing staff, ..
'that "there are : 4 l .
numerous improvements possible, and ,. > ;:
these wfemfertd'carrying i \ 'T<'!(f." J r' :
out. This can be done ; :
whol&nearted only with the ... ; ; # .
co-operation and support of the entir ; : -' ., :3
student '
$30 ,
body. -
Ctonslftfctive ;
criticism $35" .
must ," .
i replace $45' "
t all, it 'is'youripaper. If the muttered thrusts; for, after : ;: ,' .. .:
ideal tff Alligator does not come up to 'your Specially'deeigned ; '.. :
for '
VrblKjgeljaper: first absolve the Straight, slliri''
yourself of Varaity .
connection, arid tHen guilt in that to look'as good lathe men-taib'ed
oome to us.' as they do
in :the showcase
Some of the
ATong$ itorial 'models'have inverted-pJeat
lines backs
Alligator that
University'news intends to present all the :; fW'Jh.' with a belt.
without discriminations, ] Some have bellows shoulders also :'
fairly and ; belted.
correctly, to Sonde
encourage and build button 'have patch pockets! that
up every worthy througb, other ,
organization 4 ; patch pockets are '
t the campus, and to give constructive and'actIvity on : .are three button. plain, ; Some. are two button. Some :
criticism :
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It wiirbe the official relative to abuses. );" J> A !
f publication of the '. All In aU : rfd '
University, hot the' 8 showing that
: mouthjif of reveals the
a. faction, finest in
5 and its brlcs'and
1 motto guiding principle will be :? -,, transbip.Extra; 'value is, of ,. finished make-
the .
whick! i lias' stood it ) course'to, be expected.
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good ; : '
y' stead ..
GreaterFIorida.: The in the past. "For aj j ,-'.-""' ', ,
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I paper will always be Steer-dine .,,' ,
to conducted ,
the with Ederheimer-Stein
lasting welfare an eye Sans -at
I of the : Fifty
1 co-operationi wjtl itliister; University and It will endeavor, in {f 4 ," -. -:. .. ;.L:" ; ri4.. 'Sixfyc *

t: as a .credit to this, the publication, -the Seminole, to continue ',;.> .,,:....: : ::n '. :, EVERYTHING _. :-' : ,',. fq
greatest of all universities. ; ., ,,:, ..' Ill AND BOYS WEAK '::\ '
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During the I '" r. : "- -..< h' . ...1tt
published on following year :the',Alligator will continue to be ..' "'. ,'.."'. ,.."..f, oJ .. *-*,: ,' ; :to. ":... L'.. '6.1 j
; i Saturday night, in order to have the stories'of week: -" ;, ,. r-'i-T % ...: .. :, ,.fRr .
i t end events, .both .athletic, forensic Porter < I';i't.f... .
} next : and social, on the campus jth? < ',. 'I' '< '\r""
morning; This e # ,r' '
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gives Florida introduced by the outgoing:stiff ,+ : <
country, in. that an advantage over the other institutions of fbe r; 4 /.i., .:," --,- ., .. Clothing / } : J
accounts of our athletic triumphs'' Co" .
and the like .
come out in the official publication :t X- '- \
while :
not this six days old! To our knowledge, no other they college are still weekly news, and "" 1 t :t;:; ,. .'. _, / : ,<: :; ?j
feature Several slight has :' F ",- t. JACKSONVILLE
modifications in CORNER
e ticed in'thisvissue. .... .. .. ,::'and others will be effected will be JJQ- :. t AND LAIA'J.!_ A '.
possible;:ti as it is seen fit. ."'If ,' ..
Ga'torwill "
be printed e> ;
;V-. .:\: -. on a better grade of stock next'year. <2 2c> 7s,

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conclusion, the incoming staff wishes to thank .> ." -
l our depart .
ing colleagues;bath for their patience and forbearance while w* ....................... M'' :f !Jf
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.:...:.s. j-on acHr.: .Sharon, OMICRON ; .
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A. E. -
"' In, short members of .
the student
-- LRSWThIMING seed one which will U .
,'... F Wi get kidded on some oc not fail,
Poor long clouts, a triple, two body why not put out something keep up with the increasing student -

#.. i' dire hams been but one ,doubles and 'one home run, with ,POOL of which we may ever be 'proud t,: : 'enrollment' one which we

)4. 'of 'Beefsteak. Will ,men on,bases were responsible for For any direct benefit tosus, 't .-- an& t 'outgrow. Instead of. a pool
r" 1. the S. A. E. fraternity 'to aecomodate a few let us have
J :evfr" Cease' squeezing we must be willing to pay some-
; .bad set up a out a win in a closely contested Realizing that the chicting thing. In lieu of this these students one to permit every student to ea-
otter .
t7pae jftchera.
ii battle against joy it. It will. come about I*
<'::rte plit it aside to be the Omicron _plans for a new swimming pool in
4 ,.:'relsrity, said'n- : nine to the tune of five to tae Student ;Activities sponsoring the movements time but it will.be a long time
o Buildingare
," -'Sf. ThefBat8lose another nothing. The. moundsmen, Em- whoU.lnaclequate,. have added to, the amendment that unless we act now. .
a of
:t:. i, mert for the S. A. Es group each student shall pay in his ,,!
and Lang.Worthy twenty men the
: 1ft' r.j: fc"ipeople'Who; campus ate at
!; : .... ,for the Omicron's, both present Student,, Activity fee five dollars
: eiagjbU: >Jo.,dance. for ,aa' engaged-in sponsoring a ; Swisuniag Team Meetingswimming ,
,: 'ip ,.grit$. honor, there are pitched excellent brand of ball larger and more elaborate pool. to cover the additional expenditure "

.,.....Ii, #?I ),(fpwpS who think they Emmert Langworthy giving but up but one hit and The specification DOW providefor whkh is necessary. '0, ., -:.TAe tcac (point
o Falls in .a four. The support a pool 60 x 20, which wob- Hen
i QTeroJftaffri of Florida winners) will
.-1, of the twirlers we need a swim. meet in the gym
, 'to tell their was also an viously tOg small to, aecomodcte ruing pooL
ud lire What is
more, we Monday at twelve
important m. to .elect
factor a
in the
1JI f.:abost ft; -there are 'just the game, number of students who will need a good swimming pooL We
, -'J citizens, who thot that Emma: being perfect while on- want to take advantage of it captain and manager for 1924GAINESVILLE

ly two were made, behind Long- In lieu of this,. an amendmenthas .
Tree, had's good'ball club -1i 1----
tI't l4 ftai, aad-again there can be worthy. Although the S., A. E.'e been drawn up to provide for
folks''who; honestly think chalked up three more hits than the new pool to be one hundred
:; ilta'aoc1aUat.ticket will be elect.bVhigh'o&ices did their opponents, the final outcome and fifty feet long and sixty feet 1
f 'in the next of the game was uncertain wide. i COMPANY '
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j! ".__atial capaiffn but we until the last out had been made. The value of a pool of these I ._

CIIe"'-: '..,j the prize to the fellows awarded In the first free inning two men were proportions is readily recognized I Victrolas and RecordsD.

: 'r litfau; as his opinion the fact trips to first and No more than twenty-five men
both scored on "Dynamite" Davis' could be accomodated
who out for at one time,
fettll men went R. COX
Jtttrioua offices on the Campus long double to center. Again in whereas with the one proposed, TELEPHONE 86

jYgoing out ttf' farther their the fourth "Spic" Stanley led off three, hundred could" have ample

H* Interests and:not for the with a. triple and was scored bybrother ,room'. JAt the* present writing *

p4 of Old Florida. He wins George who slammed one there is no one need > t for a clean homer. Mehl Wilson
swimming pool and the majorityof
jabber edged.razor blade.Ii I
I ft*
followed with a double and was the student body realizes the .
| time will the Walrus
scored by a timely sins? feu At handicap under which the University .
aid to talk of many things, of METHODIST CHURCH
unfailing stiok of "Dina" Davis. is now laboring in not having
.d..and' books and sealing wax SCOT ty Innings: R H F me. Inasmuch as the pool is ,I 9:40 Sunday School, H. O. Eawahl, Teacher of College Men'g '

,pi cabbages and Kings Omricon .. ..... .... ..012 about to become a reality, why Class.Preaching. :,I.
''Sty, in there and fight em Big S.A.E. ..........
.54,0. not made it largEnough to ac- 11:00 and 7:30. Epwwrtir League 6:30.AT'HLETIC.SUPPLIES .

BeJl Witt this issue of the Gator Batteries: Omricon, Langworthy 'comodate the entire student body, .... -. --. ... .. ... ... __ .a. .... .........__ __
and R. Crane. S. A. E., Emmert instead o fa small group? We are .
toy brand bunch of f elISB -
and Gee. Stanley. slowly coming to recognize the -
forking hard to keep up the
value of aquatic sports at our University -
'toed .vork of their predecessors
and it would seem a useless I
Sn c&ke. With the assistance and PI VS.
BETA expenditure to prduee a pool
;Mention as of the student
which, in the course of a very .
Wf tie future of the paper can- NU few years, would prove too small QUALITY SERVICE
Mt but be good. In sports .t--. JIGIM "
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.>1 ny is the outlook for next : "
war tromising:' with a wealth of Following. ,.a full seven inning WAN'ED, BAIRD HARDWARE CO.
out for every'branch of free for all clouting, contest) in, Several young men for summer : ,
"1eties. the last' of the seventh, with the
or permanent employ- i Phone 7
Tie major sports on the Cam- score eleven and two,:two men out
fa have always been well cover. ment. Substantial remuneration ,
.. l1d.nobody on base Mr* James R. ,
;:ti In the past but it is the aim Boyd, pride of the ..LawColleges fine opportunity for advancement.

if the sporting, section to get step to 'the plate, clouts out' a Write details as

.H. d the minor events in the perfect homer over the head of to age, experience .and educa

pIper'Dext year. Little improm- dark .in left, field which, "l
.Junmle tion. R. O. T. C. POST EXCHANGE
ti raaea between the dormitories won the game for the Beta: .Pi'.s: .

Bd the boarding houses are notE' against the "Sigma Nu nine. At Box 413, Gainesville: Fin.I . '
of "'klry mu4h during the the firt of the the Sigma I .
! { year and in fact are not'''; Nu's Were decidedly game'outclassed ........ -. '..-... .... .... '
11 much attention the fours in. the stick work and at the end | STUDENTS FOR TRAVELING Athletic EquipmentTwo

fellow is in, school butin of;. the fourth 'inning. the scfere | OR LOCAL POSITONSA .

mi: .>years when you are settledJs'bssiness stood 1-5 favoring the Beta Pi's limited number of positions f dozen Sweaters Left. Get :yours now, and save .

and you begin'o but when Coxv went in the box ,!' are still open to students desiring f $3.00 to $5. about the good old days at1l1eriU for White''of the Sigma Nu's in t traveling or local work,

and you hunt up a"COpy the first of the fifth they stageda starting in June, along educa- t ,

.f., (rtf' \k old Gator it will sure give wonderful comeback during the ( tional lines. Opportunity to t ,..

TOO a lot of satisfaction to read remaining three innings. During I make $60.00 or more per week. <

'fe*account of the base'ball game the reign of Cox on the mound A Write for full particulars at I .

"kHtt. the Co Eds and the inmates but one hit besides the winningrun I once. Universal Book and Bible t ; : : ,.

ot. Mrs. Ramseys Beanery, was' made off him while at t House, College Department, : '

?*wad about incidents of campus the'bat the Sigma Nu's scored:I: six !I 1010 Arch street, Philadelphia. f
; He that brings back memories of more runs to tie the score. Sam .... .-s is
a good .month to eliminate! MAYBE from
s,. .past" '. .Flood: .of the Beta Pi's pitched excellent I I -

l. & get together on this prop-. ball for the first: five: innings ,- -1 your'clothing dealing : by buying ,
=ad'aoa fellows and dont be but during the remainderof ., .'

I &fra 4 to an'd in accounts of any the game he was pelted con- Counting spring suit from .
sell Abbot Cob
''tporta; that you think the Gator sistently. ,
t bsn<'< Machines to banks and others.
t f overedl!- After' all its your Besides Jimmie Boyd's circuit t ,
P'P rvrhat you put in it is hat Pi's and one by the Sigma Nu's.ed No samples necessary. Quickseller. BURNETI

TOO ill get out of it the harder out a fur piece, by the Beta I Liberal commission. t THF: CLOTHIER

Ion *or* for the Gator the oettor 2 others pound- *
t drive there were ABBOT COIN COUNTER. CO., I
telex trill be ani the more Innings:
Score By '
r { i'j come to the schicl I 40 R. 1L E. I 143rd St. and Wales Are t I Naff _Se4

l quid tti of a Calf: dozen reportt-s Beta R ....340 400 1 12 11. 4 New York ,City f I
f.f.eI Campu. next lat thereto
'; Nu ..120 2312 11 11 6 I .. -; -
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t'.I1 JUDGE W. H. BAKER .building T was railways the L' Litttlefield,,the .actual!' scandal.In .:..outcome T' FELLOWS. .,,; PATRONIZE BIBLE GIVEN STUDY BANQUET WINNER By "yu. ,.and toastmaster.year's Dr. Farrthe .also JiDt' f;

comparing, the ,Florida of 1865 '" Continued from Page Thre$ fullback and

OF .,JACKSONVILLE tot the Florida-' of 1923- Judge' YOUR POSTEXCHANGE'-,' gasp" with astonishment, for never the;;,Y. 5I? C. A. "&1 '. I
Baler told of the saloon which '. before have they witnessed such 7 1Peak a few WOrds of L

; SPOKE IN CHAPEL "had controlled the state and the \ a sumptuous repast meet. and adnce. After ,
and .
': ever-present temptation to drink Attending, the banquet were the the closing 1tr: 1r
front which the young man of to -- Board of Directors of the Y. M. Templeton, the:u

L *: JudgeW. H. Baker, an eminentjurist day is freed. He spoke of the How many.students on the campus .C.. A. /The.' ".. M. .<\' .".Cabinet; with the resol% .tfci', -

_i and lawyer of Jacksonville., I '.prevalence! of malaria and; yellow kpcwrt thej mal!:.purpose fie the Florida Friendship Council; D .wa'goin: *' to do &&

I spoke at chapel last. Thursday' fever' ,epidemics after the! Civil B, 0. T. a Post, Exchange established _- .section. of.Thomaa"\ QalL! Were then ,the work f the 'to t

l F aornins. The subject .of: hi-s! address ; .' War. And so, "he said Florida,.has q4.t by Captain' .Van Fleet; or of the campus bible study .meet; GD the catajma.
r + E;: was..the Progress of Florida progressed much in the last fifty which ; Theta:Chi fraternity, winner of
know the advantages are i9It
since 1865' years. Our state is much greater, the biterfratenlty.bi1te. ? ,.studymeet
theirs, in the use of the Exchange
;ii .. The distinguished speaker gave better and more worthy to live The R. O. T. C. Post Exchangewas and The Brothers of'St. Andrews NEWSENGINEERING

a..picture of Florida of 1865;describing in, established by .Captain Van- : ,winner of the interclubbible

r. graphically} :the"Huatiqn _.As a contrasting. i ,. element,,_,the J Fleet in September of last year study meet. .
of our speaker declared that the 1 Kenneth gait president of the
fair state after. the Civil young 1 for ,
and he established it two rea
1 War,And'tel: ipg.ofthe, wledspread man of today is not taking I sons. Y.,Jf.. C. A... :was toastmaserjindrailed | ,'
poverty of that time. enough interest in public affairs on several of. those present Gtt
The first is this to give the Professor,, '
.1. ......After., giving' a, brief, resume, of and life, stating his belief that students of the University; store> to ,speak,- 0. ,R.- Davis.\. in' chargeof .l uata of. hlassschta
E i the chaotic government of the young men were not _as serious- where their. thletlc the bible study group: ,.explained *t : *
'state following the passage of'the :: raided ,as they ought. ,to }be. '. they could buy his work to the assemble R y. Technology,has be
E 3 tts military reconstruction act, Judge vln closing,. Judge Baker urged equipment at a moneysavingprice. G. -E, White 'Deported n'the .the faculty of the b
The is
Exchange not
Baker: told of the Internal. Improvement I .that ,every student should make run treasury and then spokeof Student ? EnpnejrinjCineering :
: .
basis that
on a .
r Act, oat of which much the most of his greater opPortunities Activity Building campa College.
be unfair the merchantsin Barnes
would to has
f ie
&trouble has developed. Although, and that every man of Florida Pres. Mnrphree gave a very interesting t
k should town, but there is a.saving to vice In:_thft war
the purpose of this bill was to develop normally and talk on the activities:
I ; promote the interests of the -stateVtfc spiritually to keep pace with the the students because every cent William Jenning Bryan in the considerablecourses teach
of profit back to the studentin.
goes .at 3L J. f.
1. great progress of our state. Campaign. Dr. Leigh Dr. Enwall .
r --- the'form 'oV rfzes, awards,'.etc. professor. oftciYJl
ti Cngt
; : !I'I: I SENIOR The officers who are, back cf Jhe Fleet for his farsightedness which Florida ,and:will Asp 6Ien'
..Exchange but
receive dividends
no: of Professors Reed
flIND prompted the establishment of the tsd i
t3' I merely give their: money i.t.he. '
I University of Florida R. O.. T. C. .
1iJ Benton of the Engineering form of what of the a loan,military To,,give department's an idea; Post Exchange Lost aayttog: AteitfcfejSTYLE ,: vi

;:: College reports that his store has dyne for the studcntbody .. .

seniors are fast finding places of let every :fellow call to mind; ,
employment for after graduation th/: ,'sTdtnd ,freshmen fottball !
so that when they leave the University sweaters, .the daily: and weekly ,
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v tALL ,
they will step into posi- cal
prizes awaded: to members of the :
tions_ without any loss of time. gallery team. and the prize money I THE WHILE

f"peara ices jiUicatj this by the for each! company of the. battalion.All Du

time of graduation every: ran of these,things have been ;. .<'T'. (t
i I should. be placed in a good posi bought o xawarded so. far and"jas Our ayetem of operatioa 'makes: ".t.. i .

6 tion.L. there is money,yet to buy banners for exceptional values- exedl. f ni
If Cobb, Landon Fuller 1. for C.,company for winning the : for f
I grind Our Own Lenses G. Thomas, and .George Callu-un drill competition and a cup,, for D ed service. / 1 ydt

S. NODELAYainesviJle. have rCiepTfu positions with the company as the winner of the colors / \ mecei
Westinghouse Electric Companyof for next year. This is all for ''Ji pet

Florida. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Fred the. students._ ..... lL.f "-
Kilgore will be with the General ? ,The second. reason,for establishing Suite-Hatft-Fnrnisaing Goods" AQ1BAIiEy
Electric Company at ,
Lynn Massachusetts
r the .Exchange is;;this, ; of,all out :

t I ** :. '. ; .' ;. ..... go. into, Paul the Leland maoufacturit intendsto i the departments;Military of*the University : ..- 10thl
the Departmgnthas.no THE CEOTHIER,
,1'... business with his uncle and Leonard part in the State Budget, in spiteS 'j. "
I Todd has decided to ;intomill TAMPA, FLORIDA
:, go S the fact that it is one of the a 11 Ii
..:.;... ..:.:__ work with his .father. Paul largest branches of the school. It l' .lr
+ ; J. S." BODIFORD Franklin will be with his fatherin receives money f r.it. support, only ....... ... .... .... -..-...sM., .( !'
M the hardware business, .
!: FrJ
from the '
government and there
LL t' andCOMPANY' Prescott starting in for himself ; YA.
fore, in order to award prizes and J 1-- :
: Other, :members of the, sei.or class to keep up i its' own work it was MOTHERS DAY A.qt

I L Druggists : Phone '.32'.;I have not yet been .definitely placed found ,necessary to establish. the qtU
I but in .
-- .. -- are correspondence with Exchange for the sale of athletic j. u "- "; '" tI.. .. d 1
firms for whom they. .Anticipate t the appropriate
,: l working. goods. thing in a card j
A. H. Doran From the first the Exchangehas U

L i : For Bicycles and Bicycle My Son, consider the postage students been finding a complete that success, the (t
r 1 i"; Accessories stamp how it sticks to one thing the highest can get
quality of Norah
232 East aialn Street South until it gets there.-New Hamp- saving prices. Too much equipmentat credit Norton Novell b.l

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l ,. cannot be given to Captain VanSmith t :;J
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.' Hooper .
;; Sharpened at about one- -< I I '1
I : 4 I Reverend John S. T. L. Rector :
I '' third the cost of new !bladesSWEARENGgN'S SOUTH SIDE SQUARE '.' Cooley ,

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;;;-- -t. t : : LAST APPEARANCEIt's : I JEWELERS .

Comedies present A I understand that-Dutch-Spark- -- ._ J

and Company In SevenrAgorijrAct. ....-(,-. man .is taking upvavocational t Jacksonville, Florida
$ ': : I. training course '- .*. "'; too bad that the cpen-air
y< ;*,p. .*%*Saturday. May Dutch Why,'that darned concerts '
fool were not starter sever I Medals, Class Rings and Pins. Commit-
its. learn how to sing in in the year .
hunaitd'jeUs ,. ... a was the remark heard tees in search of loving,
: Class room in any of .i* 'i. -' cups or trophies,
fig 'A .. ;* ; many times after the
-d' concluding
r ,1l h buildings.! r I suitable for Golf, Tennis or other athletic
.;lin rises on empty chairs. Prof. Wake'up that fellow next number of the concert given by events will find it
an matter
to you. "..-a* .nos" .'3 I the University band last Sunday easy to"
_en enter R. C. and take Choose
ode afternoon selection packages which
; Laughter( from audience : Do it yourself. You Thomas and we I
t tti looks, of despair on the: put him to sleep. : ** \ l:*: Buckman halls. The concert was will gladly send\ upon approval
f at -I:%. given'camplimentary' to the
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fac &} ,
.menu: Notice. in Teachers College. dent-body'and waa '!b.-, las; public .. ... ... -. .-.... ...-- -. _....-_... ...
i. dressed,in long coat and 4)
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r. '
--" ,.-_ ::1* appearance df the M.-: -ofti\ ?. .
it its enters ,L. C. (Gales of I '
from audience as the Students are supposed to study Fverr"ne who \*as pre r ns for : "" -,,; l! \.J ... ,9'. !
.jpf- .eight!nours and sleep eight hours the musfa"'was well repaid; for a

y' cf'despair on the-young mens Wt'not the same eight:l onrn \? most -excellent progrim'*svgs z tn- THE COLLEGE 'S CLASS
ten' deepens.) PI, ,.., Tn ........ -.1,; :. de-en'under.i.. the let;trsMp'of Direct .: ,. >. .

',Ml t x. Stude through! the It is interesting to notice the De Witt Bray ti':: OF
1-1_ .Villiaa makes him go different
methods of "different A Jurge auuze> e was on haz4 :FIRST
rJ w i&outside and. *knock. on casing I students for counting. the. time till Ici Uv concert, there oeiag regular L t-" METHODIST* _3_ CHURCH
Centering. VUlian. thenJI. schoolha nut *_ ,t '
: Cordially invites TfitK
. sU-ipC eo-eas and towiipt"P;: you to meet them every Sunday at
blackboard.Aeries ..
.rfu]something on ir-c '_ .,* h
among tae miners tae nuwters 9:4lT'AJlfTeadier) Bee
p I' in.audience .the look ; Van Oed says: "There or -r$ : r ; Rogers
more tile rta '.
program wtrc well C' 'u a : \} 't. ....... ...
ifr'JtIU:,despondency on young helpings of flak"McClnre
and were a mixture OX operatic: .
1i, t _'I;f tea.) '' 0 _
and Old xouc
songs. NotaoJc
finishes strokes his : "Only three,mere ...
**litc fan among them was'the ovtrtura
o \nd\1 exits through L. C. cfctnces to"go home ,fo; the week Zampa, by Harold. This bone I Preaching at -....-..____11 AJU.and.7:30 PJtf.IL -

..- .. ee i Look of hatred passes end ft'1t.:; ardstay 41Srudea' over till. Toes..:ya.' of. the most du&cult'of overtures Mission Study at ...--....--.- 2L11J5.,P.M.

c; mr the face of our hero. He and the tecnmque displayed by, I Epworth League --_..... ..._u........ ", ",-.-...,...6:30 PJtf.
|favor to'his paper with ,an air of sa:,: "Orly six rots the band in rendering it showed
l.'t;t. Iteration! but a never-say-die changes-'to bui1." the kind of trainm-; wfcch: his

I. eok in his face. He writes his .'. ....::....-. .. been received under Director
;ihl'L SUM'at the top. He muses for ahal' Dr. Farr 8-1Y, "Only six male Brown, other excellent numbers

hour and then writes a"hunv chance to bull" were Passe Piel, an old folk song .

r .}the'paper.'' Soon lie begins f_ dance by Gillet, and My Old Ken- Come in and Try Our

'rritbj and the audience relaxes Co-eds says: 'Only thros wswkskft tucky Home, which. was given with I
... \fcr they now see that the hero ti catch a It dent.n instrumental effects. The concert SPORT OR DRES3 SHOES :I

tH; Us conquered.: A look of content. closed with a stirring rendition We aim to give you the ,shoe you wantinFit

' I ment.passes oter his face as his WANT A SUMMER VACATION of the Orange and Blue. Style, Wear, Comfort-at the fairest
, 1 poem flys over the paper. AT C.1\I. T. C. AT : {' ,
The Band of 1923 has had possible price.Thafs .
, Tfiflian drops through trap in UNCLE SAM'S EXPENSE?
one of the biggest and best years
ee11 ng, sees look on the face of what you're looking for-so come in
it has several
How would you like to take a ever made trips,
micro and exits L. C. muttering 30 day vacation in northern Ala- played at the football games and and see us. L. C. SMITH I
:..tr Fofled etc, the curtain falls on
th as bama with Uncle Sam paying the track meet and has made a After you try our shoe service;you will become one of regular -
a rstact. bills? This is what will result if fine showing in the military re- customers. They all do
r ''torts Two, Three, Four. Five,
you sign up for the Citizens Mili- views. It was Major General
Six'tnd Seven same as act One. tary Training Camp. Shanks who said :.that our bandis
:tM Epilogue.hrtan Any man between the ages of the best college band that he :.-. ..-. .... ... -- -.._..._ ...

< .( rises on A. Stude and 17 and 24 years who is physicallyfit had heard and he had heard a I

vil ian in the office of the latter.A. is eligible for the C. M. T. C. great many. The men who have ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR COMPANY (
j Stnde At last I have con- camp. Those signing up from labored faithfully may have the SHOES

quered. You dare not flunk me. Florida will go to McClellan, Ala- knowledge of a task well-done, for REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT J

Vfllian: You're a better man. bama. The state of Florida is 100 band-work is a task which requires .
t than I am. I admit 'defeat ... men.short her quota; twenty-five many hours of application. SERVICE AND QUALITY OUR MOTTO 1 1I

A. Stude: I could have told you of this 100 men should come from Mr. Brown as director has been

r 'tht before) you staretd and you the university. Anyone interested one of the main factors in the STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE K. WINTER, ROOM*:'

A I towel have, saved all this trouble should see Captain Bain as soon success and we are glad to Bay thafc 19 BUCKMAN .t,

j by'exempting me. .- as possible for May 31 is the last he will be back again next year. '
day for signing ". .'He hopes to be able to develop. an ''t -t!
Train whistle' is heard in thedistance organization of fifty pieces in 19- ...-. ... .... .-._ ..,..- .... ....1.
i and our hero makes a
The day was drawing to a close 24-25. .... e
flap stick exit asC'1'HE -- -- -- -- -- ... -.r
when the weary student approached Mr. Brown and members of toe i FLORIDA BARBER SHOP '
CURTAIN FALLS. his superior with the objectof band-we thank. .
many hours hard labor in his you. WEST SIDE SQUARE 1

THE COLLEGE INN hands. It represented the supreme 'I Guaranteed. Service;and Courtesy is our MottoJ.

r ,effort of his year's work-and although Bill -Russel, the campus Shiek,' .,t C. PREVATT, Prop. ;t

This is the College Post Office, it was coated with rust and has announced his intentions 1 ___ .. __ __ i Y....... ... :1
Home of the tea hounds and the cobwebs were in evidence, it entering the matrimonial world

cake eaters; was with the greatest reluctanceand sometime this summer. When Interviewed -

Dealers in flashlights and pen- with tears in his eyes that he he admittd that he has t -:'!; i n t -

points, "- handed his Springfield to Sargent not picked the lucky lady as yet,
Bedding Pillow Cases
Cigaretts, candy and note-books. Hunky and turned away. Wipe but we understand several young < : :
your eyes fellows and hope for the ladies of Gainesville are trembling Sheets Blankets
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There at his desk by the window, best. anticipation..

Sitts J. B. 'the handsome pro ,
4i prietor; r

I Near him, hard worked yet happy PIANOS PLAYER PIANOS MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER t

Is Lena, his queen'of the stamp
w Music String Instruments We Keep Everything for Your Room

'3, him groups' Shirley Hey- KELLEY 'MUSIC CO., Next Door to Miller's'GATOR
ward, "

Walter O. K. and the others; c lar r I r 3

Slaves of cigar stand and fountain J1f
Devoted to their'work and their BARBER SHOP Ser?
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. On one side is Dad and his colleague

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All pouring gold into the coffers t. Medicines, Stationary, Teikt and Rubber Goods

t Of J. B. the merchandise. mag- FRATERNITY JEWELRYOfficial We guarantee personal attention Prescriptions. Only
i nate. I purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered. t .
For All Organizations.
J Gainesville, Florida. -
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All hail - -- -
to this king of the:.m- Class Pins and Rings, Chapter Guards, Medals, Athletic;
Trophies, Miniature Basketballs, Baseballs, Footballs In _
breaks gives full
us yet us
measure gold and silver. Special orders solicited Designs furnished.

5e treats us as though we're his THE EMBLEM SHOP THE'PHJJt'KR.. STATE BANK ,I
brother, "** *h\.t.**%'9 < I.
r He gives a kind ear to oar 200 Metropolitan Building ATLANTA GA. ; '

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,j ?parr path a .much more pleasant which the student : 5.15.Conference.10000.';; s
1H'1 A : MOTHERS'DAY ... ; .f"o' je"to} travel.: Think it over; it ready familiar. Ridge Cash 37.00. 1

j. .' has,never: 'hurt anyone to be grate-. Miss Anne : for funeral and flowers 'l"eacber-J'tmmle, cot

s :5 Today, if you have:1'' i hdb t rc !., :;fay yet.ANNUAL.. Gainesville accompanist was with and sick boys 16.75. sentence: Our teackrJiramie Q
t hampered by the twin sins! :of procrastination M FREsthIAN-SOI'IIO.1 lent work is due expenses $2,608.W.; .. _Our. t.light. ....\ '

,:,: and carlessnea, the.- :.1 I ; ,MORE DECLAMATION CON cess of the popular |46g.08. ,
l. I best mother In the world, your: TEST HELD FRIDAY ers. $3,073.11 '

F f : k ; mother has been made: happy by EVENING. bills 21804.
j some remembrance of the filial. A WORD ,$247.04. '' ,, t 1 --,.
4 f: devotion whIch you beat .her, 1 kpt' ., The. Fnshmen.and ,Sophomore $465.08. .t
t which,is so seldom expressed. Today 'Declamation. 'Teams 'Io ked.horns to Blue Bidge $100.00' ---...
you yourself are happy : atrThe In this the be used at Camp 'site at i
Friday evenIng' ;In Hall '
} Peabody this
thought that you 'have' taken year Lake 5147.04. i .
t before a small but appreciative department of r
advantage! of the opportunity tg $247.04. :?
crystallize and give. 'ven ,to thqae : :audience;' The teams consisted of ida Alligator" : L. D. Stewart, 'treas l- '" .... ; ;
'four men picked from each Class express its .
A. '
intangible sentiments which are Y. M. C. ;,
in A previous tryout. The winner to those who j, -
so mean hard so to much put 'to into wordsyet your mother( ;will be awarde da gold medaL All it what it is. NOTICE ,I FLA.. U. BOYS-. I

;; ;when she receives them But, cqh> were excellent' pieces given su ing alone men of the winning on the -_ '
r 'n :: on serious consideration, it is indeed perbly, and the judges had an unenviable publication bau teams ot. Inter-College ;t -
'f-" a reflection on the thoughtfulness ; job deciding which was we believe and class. will meet at "<
,.the .best.Dr. Advertising is
and sense of gratitude of 3:10 p. m., Friday. i4Yet Jtt
i 4 i < men and,, women the world over;, ', J '- ;. Farr the acting chairman able the .puPoseof having their
i f to think that it has been necessary introduced ach speaker and his our advertisers taken for next 'year's

t '. 1 ... s to: ;set aside a day .for us to perform -., topic as follows: E. R. JIcGill,' adieu next -to.see You'reherewhen! !;
"Spartacus year.HaroldMy
: to the Gladiators C. C.
p1 a duty of'which we should
i not T need to Teminded.. Surely Curly, The American Flag; L. J. 43.26.'r -ARMY SHOES-SALB- t .

I We all realize that we owe nearer : Cushman, Unjust National Acquisition 5th. have just bought a tremen- "h{

I ili'! everything to' our mothers.yet we ; Vaughan W. Driggers, Madeline K.- It 'I stock of.Army Munson-last
i i'a cl find a day set aside bylaw on Valley Forge; M. G. Langford \ to be sold to, the. public '
I' which.We, are universally remind- Webster's First Bunker Hill oration 4th.Harold-Why? I Price $2.75. These shoes Ua- -When HI:

.ed';to ;piy our parents.a little interest ; Gerald Bee.That Something Madeline You 100 per cent solid leather
Milton H. Wyatt,'The. New South -
: on the huge debt which we ; you would make heavy double soles sewed
W. S. Wilson, Jr., A "Tr itor's' :. C1otheswe'1l
owe them.. Why not make- everyday cracker. nailed. The uppers 'are of J
,. :
I \ a mother's day Many of us Death Be& ; tan chrome leather with I
M ire,,v tos
.j ttt' extremely short intervals, in' men 'of prominent standing In' :, : waterproof. These shoes rveyou.
II which we make ,fervent protestations Gainesville: They are to render 'Telephone 29.43Association selling very fast and we ad- ,, !
t ; of undying love yet we express -" their decisioAT separately, grading dues you to order at once to in \
.I 'our devotion to our best and each contestant numerically and Magazines 69.25 '"your>order being filled ,
E the decisions will be sent'to Dr. Papers 21.75Insurance
truest sweetheart but .
r I once a.yes; sizes are 6 to 11 aU widths; 1
I j. and must have It brought to our* Fan m sealed envelopes Satur 130.13 postman on receipt of goods WOLF BROTH_
day. The winner will be an Repairs 42.07
t attention at that. To make everyday send money order. Money f
:';i a mother's day in thought *t:.It nounced at the Commencement Salary General if shoes are not satis ;{; Ll

t not in act would be a more fitting Exercises Tuesday May 29. Salary Office )". The U. S. Stores Co., Li'

r !, r 1 E expression of our gratitude. Office supplies Broadway New York City. Tamna' i'i'r
; i t k than to prod ourselves into aetion \ PL K. A. RECEPTION Office assistant !
Printing 113.29.
I once out of three hundred and :
l sixty-five opportunities. We even The members of the Pi Kappa Ice, 23.00Speakers FOR RENT
have an extra chance next year,. .Alpha Fraternity entertained the 23.50. i
t about the last of 1'ebruar)". And mothers and other frienrds of Building I quiet rooms in same I
t while we are fa the spirit 'we-. .Gainesville, with a mothers day Traveling as the College Inn.
might give some consideration to' reception on Friday afternoon at Socials: 39.85.Reimbursetfients.
129 College Park Ave.
. .f. 1 1I
I' our dads. Your joys are hU J073, the, Womans Club from 4 to 6.
I and hs The Mother's Day .Reception is
sorrows are sorrow .
t ...... .. .. ..... -- -...-.- .
f and with a great many college' an annual event of the Pikes*and1 1!": -- -: :- -
is always held the Friday, proceeding .. : .
men he foots the bills and make 'I : <
: the Nation Mothers Day. ; '
-. : The spacious rooms of the club I ; .
7 .
A Good Place Eat. house were artistically decorated : .

i 1\ .I1 A Quiet Place to Study... t'' With a profusion of flowers. The I t 1..-_, "" FELLOWSPatronize
CANOOCHEE ball room was very beautifully t '
; decorated with of Easter ,.,. : .
.1211 W. University Te.t quantities t !; < ,

.._... lilies and shasta daisies, while '
I .. .Aa .
|the stage looked effective
very -
: -

I l !' J. W. IVTCOLLUM :&.CO. with lilies arrangements and pot ferns.of pink The fpses mem*, I _: ;, Patronize Alligator Advertisers' ; :

bers of the fraternity received'thoI *;*-.. :

THE STOREAgents ., guests and during the hours a :.. ;Y' :;. '_'_'_ ... __ T .:
+ for t.. .
local orchestra furnished a number -
'i Liggetts and Norris .C4ind of selections. ;" r '" :
Gatcesrfl]* FJa. Dr Crow made a short speech .J
!I welcoming the ladies and Mrs. r,:'_*t'-.(:. :. .. .: .' J ._,f ,
i HOE Ii Turbeville replied with a beautiful The Floridapublication AIIigat tJIe: ,
talk in behalf of the Mothers, expressing .

1-i ; H B. M. TENca H the love and appreciationof .::. of 'the University y: :: / '
the Mothers for the boys. t .
V iMrs. Guy recited several negro : of Florida YOUR 'paper ; 11t
t :
1 0
L O dialect pieces which were very '
humorous, from which she. received t eaa, ,not live, and prosper as it : ..:: .
' h E Florida B much applause. r
t : "
r' : should without the
Delicious refreshments of block ; : support -1: '

'S HOE "S ,ice cream and cake and punch r of its advertisers. They want "
were served. The ice cream was ;::;11t
I :: very unique in design being madein f :
: your trade and are good reliable ; '
1 t : ,
: 4 the fraternity colors garnet :. ; :

PUBLIC SALE&. and old gold. Favors of pink ond I : firms to do business with. .*.. ." sf'"::fL
white carnations tied with ribbonof / j

,We have purchased 123,000 the fraternity colors were presented It -. They are' backers ef tine University t

f pair U. S. Army Hunsonlast each of the ladies. .. .
shoes sizes 5 1to: 12 which' ,.", an dts activities. ;
I was the entire surplus 4
one of the largest U, S.- Government t : They are making possible this lI
k 1 shoe contractors.: the reception accorded the .,
This shoe Is guaranteed: ewe members of the University Quartette .--.i-- paper and want your bumI : t -t

leather, is an indicator of their reputation I '
cent eolid :
hundred per ness. Give it to them.
6 color dark tan bellow-'tai. for entertaining was considerably I .w ; ,' ;
enhanced on the occasion .
and waterproof.
dirt -
+ teal ragas of this .shoe-:Lj 4?-?8. of the .porgram presented by : : : : .'
Owing to this tremendous bur the Quartette in the Auditoriumat < Tell them you appreciate their 1'1:
I thfe:. >ub.. F. S last Saturday even- "; "
offer to x
can : 1 -
we I : : : ad in the Alligator. .' I:
lie at '2.95. ing.The .:;> .' '.. I "> '! "
Quartette of whom Jimmie ", j
size Pay\
,. Send correct -
maD on delivery or send alon8Y Melton is first tenor, George Anderson . t: .4 .... -.':... .F or': .,.. jii.
o '
order. If shoes are cot as Tep.resented second., tenor Milton :Yens .' I : ....,..; --. -.. .. -- ,, ,... .... -.;-. .... :.a ',.. I
baritone 'and Nat Mayo bass, : ;;: f"
J will cheerfufly "re- :;: Ii
we ... ", A',
<' '
i presented an evenings entertainment s -
r } fund urconer promptly< ... t
; : :
which was complete in all
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request.NatoJ1ai"B&1 State Eke' Ce-- solos respects.quartette Instrumental numbers and, and.vocal an ;., "..; :: ;:Patronize Alligator. Advertisers: ii ., : :.1.. I

F may. 296. Broadway!w. eccentric dance were given; with ". ...,-.,..., t. ,if.. ;

t i z York N. Y. a quality of performance with ... .. -. ..;. .... .......... .... --. ..... .... ... ... ... .....r ... ,j; ;i","!.>


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