The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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: June 19, 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
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oclc - 01410246
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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& T: ; p WHOW EDITIONGainesville

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t t and the University
The University! YoUug Men's t
t in the
-?: ?H represented
,Christian Association, thru its t 4 t t ; for the 1921-22 edition, ,issued
General Secretary, G. E. White, t r C// t I biannually. The total list in.

announces thathe has seduced the t t t eludes six professors, and educators .

services of Miss Winona Johnstonof t t one. congressman, o lawyer"
t t one zoologist, one University .
Fort Myers, Fla., to serve .in r t ;
I ip t president, and,one judge. This Jist'is ,
the capacity of Y. W. C. A. Sec= 0 '
t made up of the outstanding men !
retary during the summer 'school. t i t I pI of the nation, including a brief ;
y .!
s Miss Johnston is a graduate olMaryville t t I sketch, of their life and activities
: in their chosen professon. These I
; College, Maryville,
I, t ;* I I't men have been selected on account
Tenn., and was very active in the
I of their accomplishments and, ito \
,,,' work- at.. that. .institution" thruout t :: Ia I I II ,is the credit, of the cityrotwrthe

;,:. her college career. She will have 1 I \ University that their names

-'av,"., her office at the Y. M. C. A.. build. I t I I w. :s sI should be included in thrsHUt..
ing. Those listed in WhoViWfao
;_ In the absence of Mr. White, I! t t t ti Gainesville in the 19 1-22','editions!

"' who is attending the Southern i i t t are J. R. Benton, educatof*Frank i,I
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.:.',, Conference at Blue Ridge!I t 4i mss I II Clark congressman; R. 'S. Cock-

: 5y:.' N. C., Rey. Ben.:.F.,Rogers, Mefh- t t I I rell, judge; C. L. Crow: professor 'I

;". odist Student Pastor of the UniVersity -i .1 I t Fred Cubberly, lawyer; HT/S.. Davis ..

.; .. : will act ,as General:.Secretary -I I I zoologist; J. M. .Leake :college
'-. .'l and may' be. found at the': 'f I I00 professor; A. A. M Irphree *:unL i t.
:.' < t tt Wilmon Newell,, -
.J,UY"' building, also.PQgers 0 i versity professor
--'rt.". t t entohologist; L. W. Bucholz; professor -
: : ; Mr.. was for several
"J'" t t educator J. N. Anderson -
"-: *:years General Secretary of theY t t and ;

,,'.,.... .; ,.M, .C, A. at the Mississippi A. I 1 t! A educator; and T. R. Leigh,

... .'f:;fi 1f-1r. College. I sa ", I tt college professor.

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., the National Educational AsI FACULTY COMMITTEETO
UNIVERSITY SUM Mv ER College, the University of Florid; sociation.He t
TERM IS STEADILY i is ,third with only Columbia and' PRESIDENT OF was editor of, the Florida .
GROWING i Northwestern above it. The Law I OF FLORIDA School Exponent from! 1907 to -
third rating in ,the System Will Be Cooperative
dollege holds 1909 and at othr times a con-
Untied States.! I Albert Alexander Murphree ij tributor "Of psycnological articlesto Between Student Body
Over A Hundred More Regis a native of Walnut Grove, Ala ; and Faculty.
educational journals.
tered Saturday Than bama. He was a student of Walnut -
Murphree is vice president of
Same Time Last Year. 1880 until I
Grove College from National Association of Stats At a meeting of women of the

" The University of Florida Sum I 1887. During the year 1890 to 1892 University PreslJ.:1tIJ.I ;! summer school held in the Gym

J sY mer School is steadily growing, he attended Peaboby .College in [lasiura last Thursday evening
Nashville.. He received his
{= by the hundreds. Each summerfor plans were outlined for a cOper-
bachelor's degree at the University
: the past number of years .it ative system of government.
has been far greater than the of Nashville in 1892. In 1902 This! plan was the secret in store

previous, and each time better he was awarded the degree of A.: for the women, and it brought ,
year ,:M. In 1909 he received the degree wall ;:
hem all out. The meeting ,
organized, offering a more I ; .
of LL. D. from Rollins College
,' who
complete curriculum in both review n opened by Dean Norman
work. l and in 1919 the same degree stated that this secret was one
and college from the University !?Alabama.. .
the Y af his dearest dreams, expressingiis
charge pf
Dean Norman in In July 1897, Dr. Murphree w&s desire that this dream become
Summer school, states that up to
Miss Jennie.Henderson
married to I reality. The meeting'was then
the last enumeration
Saturday noon, of Tallahassee.His .
ad urned; over to the co-ed repre
875 had enrolled and he :
teaching experience began
sentatives of the spring term,

ded that it would ,probably It reach is in, the rural schools Tennessee.. I I ......'... since this plan was first in force
Monday. I "
fifty more by of .
; In 1897 he was superintendent ', : -i luring that term.
expectation that the total en school, and lat I
Cullman, Ala. city
The plan for cooperative government -
rollment for the present summer er rincipal of the Summit Ala, In- I )
: proved to as :
will ultimately reach near 1050 or with
= stitute. This was followed EDWARD CONRADI Each section of the dormatories;_
over a thousand. At the present the principalship of the city high I
: and each boarding house will select -
4i time thre are registered over a school of Clebourne, Texas. In of the Florida
W. S. CAWTHON President a student representative for
enrolledat .
hundred more than were of mathematics
1895 he was professor College For
the governing council each representative
this time last year. The summer State Col.
State Superintendent of: at the Women to present a list of
term is growing in porpor- Instruction. for Women and president of : .
her constit-
Public lIege rules suggested by
tion to the winter term which was institution from 1905 to909)( j Edward Conradi was born at I ,
four : ''that passing his aency. These student members
approximately doubled in to the presidency New Bremen j, '
1 called
farm at AI- when he was will meet with a specially selected
..He born on a vicinity. He
that !
will be greatUniversity in
a days
"Florida4 of Florida boyhood
years. tho it is berton, Coffee County, Alabaman of the University from Indiana University .!I committee of the facutly' members -
soon, even was *
there until h< his present position.Dr. in Miss Borger's
of 1871 and lived I with the A. B. room ou
University :! in 1879
called the "Baby 13 member o
Murphree t '
old. HiE opportunities i. took Text Monday evening for the purpose
seventeen years he
was The next year 4
ranks among
the South". It now education the American Academy of
elementary* of drawing code
for a o'
an it from the same up -
the outstanding universities of the the and Social Science, of the his Master's degree j
limited! 'ales. for governing the
1905 summer
were very From 1902 until
South, with a high national rating.In fratermty.tbe or'ida l university.
J Kappa Alpha !
of him studert
pre school body
work required Two) !
farm Page > l _
D/s the ., (Continued on .
of Ph. on l"ASSOCIatIon.
the number State Teach -
Science (Continued on ,Page Tw'o):.:. .- ; 'j
faculty of the Arts and _. '

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. ,' he was a. Fellow at Clark University I -
I receiving',his degree of Doc- School
Rates Summer
I We are offering Special tp I
tor of Philosophy in 1904.
Dr. Conradi was married to | Student on all f .
Augusta Grothaus. of New Bremenin .m
:_ August, 1898. He was the u. 'r 1 ( LAUNDRY WORK x
superintendent of the schools of; .

Carlisle, Indiana, from that year I Cleaning: 'x Dyeing: Pressing;: I Hi
until 1902 when he accepted the 31: .': '-'*.", '-
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principalship of the Normal and I ; -
Industrial school, of St. Peters- See Our Wagons or Call Phone !

burg, Florida. Here he remained I :
,until 1909 when he went to Tal- 49' I' I
alhassee as the president of the ,
: Florida State College for Women.
t He has remained in that position __-- !
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since July, 1909 and has made a, JOSEPH RICHARD FULK !Ii
thorough success of the Collegein Si !
every way. -He" is'" respected I Born in Indiana, 1867. Elementary !
-and loved by all schooling in rural and villag 1 -- If m" \'

. him in anyway. schools of Indiana, attended Cen- S en d ,if ., \
I Doctor Conradi is a member of tral Normal College, Indiana, ifiifi !
I the National Educational Association 1887, and 1888, and 1891 and
,. Southern Educational Association 1S92; taking degree of B. S. in '94 Siifi !
t', Conference for Educationin student University of Indiana,I _
the South, Southern Society Fall of 1891, taught rural and ififi !

! for Philosophy and Psychology, village schools in Nebraska be- !9 u: 1 I TheA- i.tCoi !!:
i and the Society for Scientific!tween these dates*, and one year !fi
study Education. He ;Is *fc Lutheran after. Principal High school in
f and a contributor to pedig gI I Nebraska four years, attendingsummer WEAVER'S STEAM LAUNDRY, Inc. I

I' I \. ical and educational magazine.. :I schools. Attended University s i x
,I cf Nebraska two years, .: Office 706 W. University Ave. i x

It t principal village school two ; '!:

t years; re-entered U of Nebraska, !jfeffififfiffiffifHBBBB! !fif! !fi in
took degree of A. B. 1903. City ,
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I s & e" superintendent.of schools in Nebraska the South in order to meet direct-'' was for ten years instructor in 1915 with the degree of B. Sc. in '"
1903.'(?14; attending sum ly conditions in this section among Mathematics at the University of Chemistry, and recveived the 31.
mer schools and teaching in institutes other reasons. His teaching experience -,.Wisconsin. There he pursued Sc. degree from the same institution
II F ..yMv% iw ; took master's: degree, has been obtained in,graduate: work, leading to the degree the following From" P
I U of Nebraska, 1915; Fellow in rural and village schools 'and in I of Doctor of Philosophy m 1919 to 1922 he attended-year. Princeton
Education, 1915-1917; took degree normal schools and the Agricultural 1915 Since 1918 he has been University; where the degrees "J
Ph. D., 1917; major education College at Fargo North Da- prcfesosr of Mathematics and I of M. Se. and D Se. were con-
; Minors, Philosophy, and kota. Mr. Smart is now holding head of the department of ferred on him. *
I" Political science and psycology. a position -.in" rural education in ematics in the U. of Math-1 He was married to Miss I
Became professor of education, the Extension Division of tie Un-, lie is Georgia
a member of the American M. Wallace of Linden
I N. J., June .
Teachers College, U fo F, January
iversity of Kansas.W. Mathematical
Society, of the 1921.
1918; worked in University s'um-I| Mathematical I
w Association of After completing his
mer school, 1918 *19 and 20 and21. { L. STANTON America, of graduate
I the Gamma Alpha work at Princeton, he came U
and Sigma Xi Honorary Scientific tne University of Florida As-
W. L. Stanton is a native of Texas Societies as
of the sistant
Society of Phi professor of Chemistry.S .
J" I ,. graduated from Baylor' Unver- Kappa Phi, and of the Kappa :
,, .- ,. pity with A.B.. ',egree in 1920. He Sigma fraternity.
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t I t was selected: by the iacuur/ 01

, CHARLES LANGLEY; CROW +: I Baylor University as a marston WALTER H. BEISLER S HOE S
scholar to Brown University
f I 'Providence. R.- "I. 'and received a Walter H. -Beisler in B.M.
Charles Langley Crow, Department was .:TENCH H
of Modern f Languages, has s. masters of Arts degree in 1921, Newark, N. JM April 21, 1896. His
t Assistant in._ Social anJ Political public and high school educationwas
; studied at the Norfolk Academy, Science at Brown University in gained iq South Orange O Gainesville, 0
Washington and Lee, Goettingen,
1920-21 dircetor Kips Bay Boy
Township New
Jersey. In 1914
Paris London, Havana and Mex- childrens' E Florida E
Camp for the New York
< he won, by competitive examination ,:
i ico. At Washington and Lee he i ,
x tTHOMAS Aid Society, New York City, ,,
a scholarship
to Rutgers
1 t won a scholarship in modern Ian Summer 1921. Student of law, college, the State University of II tS HOE S
guages, the "Cincinnati Oration"then Northern University of Bostoa ll
ew Jersey. He graduated
( the highest honor), and the and instructor at Moses Brown
Master's degree.. He received his school, 192122. Candidate for -, -

t doctor's degree from Goettingen.He Ph. D. at Brown University and
r I has taught in the Charlotte head of his department at Moses .
i t Hall Military Academy, the San i Brown School 192223. We carry all the Text Books used in the
. Teur Summer_ zcnco* of Languages
t f lie Norfolk High school, Weath- J. SMART THOMAS MARSHAL SIMPSON University work. Also a complete line of

erford College, Washington and .. 0-
Bee, and the University! of Flor_ Thomas J. Smart was reared in Thomas Marshal Simpson was STUDENT SUPPLIES

; ida. the rural communities of the born in Addison, Maine, in 1881, Candies Soft .
; I Besides e j-aswjal! articles he North there gaining an insight to He attended the Boston Latin Drinks etc.

.: has published "Daskorze UtinI the life of farm people in the school and Harvard college, wherehe UNIVERSITY
I parr in )littele :tliuch8n" and upper Missippi River Valley.: His received the degree of A.. B. in I BOOKSTORE _
t editors of Maldon tied Brunar.- chief interest is in connection with 1905. After teaching in prepar- .
burh and of Ultimo. rural problems, and he is now in ,atory schools for three years he '
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The University is very fortunate .
to have sluch a student as
. the head of the department "
.I Dr. Leigh, as -

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a native of Connecticut, and a Only 21 years ago Dr. Leigh 1-- ... ;

.-4-- .tN graduate of the State Normal t received his Ph. D. degree cum Teachers. and principals may be .1

School at New Britain of that lande from Harvard. He then I-served by the Teachers' ..mplo'i
.state. She has acquired both
began his career as an instructorin ment Bureau this summer This I:
credits and training in the workof .
N : Martin Comer college. He was is a cooperative service and for ,
iS fine Summer sessions at Columbia .
University, New ork, with frst vice-president and later the best service it is very essential -

three others at Gainesville. president of this institution. From that. all teachers and school

) MM. Carrier teaching experience i here he went to -Texas Military officials register witr the .Bureau,

: has been gained in Con- Academy in which place he was stating particulars, whether po.
nepticut, New and Florida.In .
Jersey president for two years.. The next sitions are sought or teachers arc i
the last named she served 8 S
of Dr. Leigh's life' were wanted. This Bureau differs from
. few years
years with Mr. J. J. Hines (Prin.)(! 55
i in Palatka and West Palm Beach|, spent working ,at the head of the others in offering free service.

six. years as primary supervisor. \ department chemistry in the All that is necessary is registration -

ITt In Lakeland she was for six years following colleges: Ouachita, col. and this places one {
principal of the the Lake Martin lege .(Arkansa), 3 years woman's under no obligations the I I;

school. At the present she is college of Alabama and and I Bureau whatever, whether the< '

located in Orlando. Georgetown college of Kentucky, position __
S. ROY L. HAMON I His teaching was not his only field not. It is under the supervisionof

,' _, E. A. HAYNE of success and fame. the State, under management: 0 F
_.- + C. I. HOLLINGSWORTHC. Dr. Leigh was the inventor of of summer school official, i+D.d'"
Roy Laforest Hamon was born
E. A. Hayne was born September Smoke Screens. This proved its costs nothing to its patrons. The

in the state of Minnesota Hi( elementiarjr of Ken- 25, 1889, at Loochapooka, Ala. I. Hollingsworth was bornin real value during our late worlds primary object of the Bureau is *

tacky parents. received He attended the Auburn High Polk. county, Florid, August war, by shielding our vessels to bring teachers and officials
and high school education was '
schools and I School from 1901 to 1905. He then .5tty ;1892. He comletec school from the submarine. together.The .
tin the public
H'e was also a writer of, history Bureau is under the genera
the A. and M. College of OklaTioma. attended the Alabama Polytechnic and began teaching at 17 years of
and chemistry, many of these articles al direction of Dr. Jos. Rotmer.w ,
California Institute located at Auburn, Entered University: of

spent one year have been published jn t L. G. Thomas in charge. The
Alabama and received his B. S. Florida 1911-12, apd graduated!
while a boy. At the age phamphlet form, in 1917 he had cfiee is in Room 11, Peabody
of Hamon came to Florida degree in Agriculture in the year from educational department in ( HalL
seventeen of "Tennessee Takes" 'published.Dr. It is open all day at present
1916. Was assistant principal
where hetook up the "profession of 1909. Leigh was a member of office }Iws will be:: announced
of rural school master" because Then for one year he managed Fort Meade High school tae fol- !later this week.

he enjoyed teaching, but a stock farm at Nashville, Tenn, lowing two years, until lIe resigned sever worthy organizations I
sonte of those are Phi Kappa Phi,
the service. Was
of to enter
had do work on the In 1910-11 he was manager a -
side to carpenter Hamoi left plantation at Uniontown, Ala., he commissioned Ensign in the Navy,' Sons of Confederate Veterans, l.What Wilson did at Paris-.
pay ,and was in active service for two and Masons. Baker. 3
then was elected to the principal-
Florida to join
the of
University He received mention and com. 2. The Big Four and Others of
High !
front ship of the Agricultural years. <
Uncle Sam's forces at the being discharged from plete write-ups in both AmericanMen The Peace Conference-Robert }
in France. After returning to School at Sulphur Springs, Texas, I Upop
he I the Navy he accepted principal- of Science and Who's Who in Lansing.
in 1917. In 1917-18, was
his studies I
civil life, he resumed the University 'Agricultural Agent at Birmingham ship' of Columbia county High America. Both are great honoVs | 3. Modern Democracy Bryee.
and graduated from
He Alabama. school, at Lake City for the term |I 4. Radio Active Transforma-
honor studeni.
as an tionRutherford.The .
chosenas 1919-20. The following was
From this work he was year
is Leesburg OF
,now principal o Agricultural Instructor in Jef- elected mayor of the home town, library will be''open 1he$
Public Schools t-nd this: i* als SN: THE LIBRARY
ferson County High School, Bir- and served as member, of local following hours:
second year on the Summer:: school schools. I Monday and Tuesday from
mingham, Ala., serving for one board of trustees
faculty. er He now -is acting as State Since that time he has been supervising The extensive library is open to 7:50 to 12:30.Wednesday. .
year. ill school students. 1:50 to 5.30. JjI
Agricultural EdU- principal of the Arcadia summer
".'. _, MRS. ALICE B CARRIER cation Supervisor of Florida under the Federal city schools. Reelected to returnto The following new books have Thursday and Friday 7 to 10. I i

-.:''';7,. Mrs. Alice -Bingham- 'Carrier i* Smith Hsgnes Art, 1919-23. Arcadia for third term 192324. just bees- received: Saturday, 7:60. to? 12:80.: 1


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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Socials are usually held on the'camPus every Friday:even-! DR. MURPHREE PRE- .:

ing. They are very entertaining and are enjoyed by all.
Sports will be in full swing during the summer. They
W. Russell King ... ... .Managing Editorl.JBusiness ,.SIDESATCHAPELFRIDAY
i ----;-- will include girls' and boys'' basket-ball with tournaments, .
Horace,Wilson ..__. Manager "-
I baseball.
tennis tournaments, a track team, apd perhaps
I And we all love a hike. There are many hiking places and MORNINGy

.' GREETINGS FROM THE ALLIGATOR outing resorts for picnics in the vicinity. They include the ____, -*

!L'I I Devil's Mill-Hopper, Warraen's Cave, Poe Springs, Earlton .* {. -
I j The Alligator greets you to another opening of the summer and Sunnyside Beaches, and others. The 'firSt'chapel of the summer i-

I : session It is glad'to see you here and glad to be with dramatic cluub is usually organized during the summer ession was of held the in University th2'Gymnasiuu of Florida : i ion -

ly "u. The Alligator and the student body have had many a and entertains the student-body with a play at tie. Sad Friday xugming' at' ten o'clock. fIt .

:! :good time, many' a frolic together.; and a few little differences of the term., 'was opened by Dr. Murphree, :

1 I I as all good friends do. We hope to have more good Between studies and outside activities'a student has the Presidert of.the University; aftera
the orchestra. ..
selection Dr.
1 i times together. We can help each other. An occasional opportunity to keep busy and to enjoy the term as well. But Murphree .welcomed by the students -

t 1 f 'suggestion from you, a contribution,mews features or poetry, don't neglect] the outside activities. They are half the of the new session in words that. ?
work not. And it is a known fact, paradoxical tho it
or made them feel at home. He was
Mill help us to be what you want us to be. We shall cater to <
I college life, and this is college whether.We take college followed by Rev. Thos. V. MeCaul
wishes gladly," .as we belong to yon. We are, property '
your your may seem, that organized 'outside activities are neglected pastor of theFirst Baptist church
I .; : do! -with us what you wilL A student body makes the more often than studies- are. ,- ''who extended to the students a :
s t student publication what it is. The student body gets all 'I warm and sincere welcome to ? *
Gainesville and the University on.n J f
'I.' the'credit;,,,they deserve it. If there is any blame the management I YOUR FIRST SUNDAY ON THE CAMPUS!'t I behalf of the churches of the -

;. I ,is' responsible for, net keeping pace with the student r r I 1.*city, '
I Mr. Rogers, in charge' of theY.
ff ) ,body. A the enrolled in the SumhTerSchool i'
1 I, large majority ofm students M. C. A. welcomed the summer .
i Bring us your news items. We want them. If you have, are: doubtless spending their first Sabbath on the students to the "Y", announcing '.

a party, or picnic, bring us a note of it. If you organize a Campus; and in Gainesville. Letnot the fact that you arestrangers the organization of the y."W. C..

club, elect,.a reporter, and turn notes in regularly, our office I deter you from attending, the church of your :I A. on the campus. The ''Y''
J building is always open asa
is yin:Ream 27, Language Hall, and there: is a slot beside the choice on this day. In the beautiful little city adjoining the gathering place, and headquarters ,.

i door for news. ;Be sure to label, ;your news and l leave room. campus you will find. the following named churches, Presbyteri for students and visitorsr !.ir.

r.i. for a headline.. :(n,, (Methodist' Baptist, Christian, Church tof Christ, !I Rogers followed this- witU" announcements "'". ,

: I The/Alligator is edited by the Class in English Composition Episcopal,,Advent, and Catholic. At all these churches you student body.of interest to. the 1

; ,' it,i is a lively, wide-awake class paper, and will keep up will receive a most cordial welcome and will be made to feel i After another selection by the

with student activities. Learn who they are and, cooperate at home. Indeed, you not only ha+ an individual invitation, I orchestra,. a very enjoyable: institution I
t but! they are expecting you to attend Sunday School as : : .(Jftb, summer' school,
with them and with able assistance and cooperation.the :1
your well as the preaching services. The public very justly ex- Dr. Murphree introduced the faculty
I ; Alligator,will crawl to your door regularly. pecfcs teachers to set examples worthy of 'emulation] and 'toattend i to) the -student'boy., (! .. e
'. I Chapel meets 'at the. divine
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on Tuesdays
i! t ;. THE FACULTY'" ,to.,be one of the 'marks of one who is regarded as a safe Gymnasium. and Various Fridays'In speakers, the,

I : .. I leader of,the young. But not only should we attend church are on the summer schedule, and
i I. services because the public expects it, but we should go on inter sing talks are in store' for'
.11 This is'the first issue of the summer school :Alligator. We account of the inestimable benefits which we will receive the student! body. AW etudeh&' *

i hope you will like it. Besides what news there is available in a personal way. One can not go to the House of God and visitors are .eordi.Uy..invited.to .-t .. ,
attend: :
: ,' during these first few days of unorganization,'this issue: i$ without obtaining.at least some inspiration to lead higher,
., nobler and better lives, and none of'us will that
: featuring! the summer school faculty. We have some eminent say we are
good enough. Let every one goto.. Church at least
:'gentlemen with us, some famous men. You would not once METHODISTS HOSTSTOSTIJDENTSAT
every Sunday that we are here. We will only be cheating
learn. of:' ;',their importance thru personal acquaintance,. as ourselves if we remaain in our rooms .

they'are modest. You would not know that we have with

us the'inventer of the world famous smoke screen, several 1 _
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of wide travel and other experiences of interest and infoi* m .
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oration. men of culture from all parts of our broad United
k% 'States".7 Cultivate their acquaintance. They are. men ana I SMITH & HOOPER m The student body and facultyof
the summer school were the?}r.*,.*" -
;women well) worth knowing !IiII guests of the
Methodist Sunday" W?"
I .::". r II Dry Goods,:Notions and Men's Wear !! School on the gridiron Saturday$.} ..:+
TAE ( evening at a watermelon '' ,
t ,. : ,: !Ii Thin was the welcome of the -' .
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,We p know what forethought t the: new student experiences Ii and a'more appropriate one could'- F**
not have been offered. ...
iR < !IiI A great +.K
f before'arriving at Gainesville for the-school term. And how i applause] '
greeted Mr. Rogers !;* -
': those: rst anticipations are shattered,by first 'i impression. I when he made the announcement''; .-.*,-,

1 The o-verwheiming: ..onrush"of; 4 taxi i .,drivers at the depo, in the Commons that noon, and *. >* ...,...

., J the bewilderment of the student I', and then a pleasant voice 11 While,in town make,our store your headquarters.: !ItI every elsewhere one turned in the out Commons, making it and a ., *'. ,

t i at her elbow and a well-trained: ;f young man who "knows Here you-will find a complete> line of Piece Goods I thorough success' About fifty or .;
; Ii i the ropes" and is labeled with ,an official badge, assists I more melons were on the field :
,' with the baggage checks and procures, a taxi. Then on arriving -, Notions, Novelty Goods, Hosiery andMen's awaiting the massacre when the
1 on the campus, the rush: for the best table and furniture yh; student body turned out en masse.
in the 'Ifi Wear of-.. every description The melons were quartered and
; room, and the coziest
corner. And the dinner' taken.
belli,, 'The'.individual is lost in the crowd at commons. It !Yi Ii ,-. I;i,I field where to the a various joyous parts time of was the

,' I is.}all l so different; so unique. But that is all over now. We. !y; had. Rines were piled in an orderly -
I all 1 know the ropes to a certain extent. .' : r. manner after the cutting,
I' But. the term is not yet completely organized. Classes xx '- :' and the Methodists had made

are well. under way. We wish to turn now to outside activ- itee.lasting friends of the "NormaL...

itie.'First, there are the 'glee clubs, and the literary so- i I .
ciet ; Peabody Club, the! official literary society of the SMITH & OOPER.

Teachers'. .College, meets on Thursday evenings at' seven in : ,
tljfcGymnasium.} All students Patronize Gator Advertisers -
are eligible for membership. '
South Side Square .
They haye. delightful programs. The glee 'clubs are under y; I : f/I .
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tile:supervision of. Mrs. wan instructor in music. They Yi II :
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Blue Moon Club WHATS A FELLER GOIN TO is the pick HAD TO HAVE ONE given, all'things are sold" appear tin

DO? 1826V as, nothing in the in IiI#

She might have "voted a time tercourse .of man can be givcnyj1 .
last summer Of the campus ...
Daring sessionef :- Or -so and yet she had not mar- and in 1831 as, "The goods sell
Summer School the Blue Say, you know ---- illnsvS ,CI ;
the .ried. One day she startled {her all things. The following

Moon Club was organized. at Table ;. Until ,a day or so later father by asking him whether he tration in the essay is almost! J {

36 of the Commons. It consisted ,A feller's got to be. -.* 'r' had any objections ot Eph BUm-, word for word in the Journal of. "t i !

cf a group of girls and boys Who ;* When he sees ,/1'.. pher. 1831. "The savage of the Sandwich -' : :

Visited to gather at the same A good politician .. i.a "Law an wy you take him?** Islands believes that whet!: <<1 ;

i table during the meal hour instead What the other ,, broke out the amazed father. ever he overcomes and slays 31'Mf';
of being scattered all over At- the, beginning .' ,*. >* > "Why, he-" enemy, the strength and prowes*. ...U'
the Commons. There were tour- -, Fellow got .' :%: ;> "Now listen, father" she inter- )f that enemy passes into him.

,, teal in number. During the Of, a' summer school tern -i .t-,* rlupted.' "Yill you do me a favor As it comes out finally in the este tk

W&er..3 'they were scattered to allcSaers And he wants her. : w ft "Maybe, maybe so,.** he answered. :say published in 1811 it readPift: rl
of the state, and some outcf.the Or he'll find himself tOut I 'As the Sandwich Islander believes ..
+ ,- ;,i ... : valo! &"l'f!
state. At the opening of "Then walk through the pine that the strength and

:tgiiuner term this year it Wasted of luck So he goes after her ".--' -. 'woods from here to the turn' in )f the eney he kills passes into '

had returned ., -' .. himself 'so 3.1the strengthof
that only 3 -* rAnd he road. I'll be waiting there. we );

.ass Clara Kephart, Miss Ruth And wondering .; s when. he gets *her, .. iBe .. Bring me the straightest, finest the temptations we nslst.c.I .

Cbaffee., and Russell King. Unfortunately .. .. .4-. :::. sapling you see," she asked. I Isn't this evidence that it pays
for; the Club. Miss How 'Understands The father protested against to keep a diary, a notebook, a.., :

Kephart was not dining in the he "got",f '.1\1'thatf\'f'a7.JSrJH;;' .. ; '.,.' "- > ... ., such to oo1erybut to satisfyhis journal for a savings bank"of .- I F
Connaons[ (so reorganization was '.". ...1 Why, the other.. fellow.quit .' couriosity he consented. ideas and expressions? I;
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For the first : >; t I ii :
left with the other two members. '. ...... :. !The daughter 'was waiting at I"
Blue Moons now reorganized : IT ALL DEPENDS ON :!"U.. a
(The are the turn in the road when the
t" But then' the other felloRk
and have procured their Few: days i I THE .
: father came out with a'pretty fair ACCBNJi .
regular places at their meeting _:t ..: ,j \: :: : \ *. sapling, though it could have been

place) ,'Table 36. They meet three. He's got to Has" .' "cabbaged. onto .. -:.. .. 'finer and straighter. In tHe summer of_ 1914 I went P" :i

times' a day, and have a banquet'at \ "Well, Father, is that the finest to Anaconda where I worked to? 't' :
each meeting. It is undoubtedly "*" His girl .,: the smelter and I
Look 'em over t ... sapling you could find, she exclaimed ,.copper playedJdt
the. active organization f turlight ball. That seemed to be !
most '
in half
------ protest. .
o : : : ::: 1.'i.And i.V:' ; &o; 'he'hunts: other .: : 4 r
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on the campus, if number of meetings see who's whoAnd .- .. "You-see it was this way," he 1 quite the thing to do among colegpans. !:
is to be the deciding factor.Members -.: .. ''' .-.J'. ..' explained. "When I started outI There were' footbalbfa'
( elected upon reorganization I I And gets. her saw lots of fine, straight sap. -tars from Harvard, ncetohoi.t!
then he make .y
,.:.... 'S-t.L.: '1 playing
are: : I .' v lins. I couldn't tell wichen to Pennsylvania\ Notre Dame ?
President, M3ss Ruth Chaffec; I :'"'' f -\ Then. doesn't want her take. More goodens were jist Under-but that's another**t;

Faculty Advisor and Officiator His selection. ., -'- ;-''. ahead. All to onct I found myselfat .tory and a good one. (. its
tfer the Water Pitcher, Mr. E. 11"' ..:. Anymore than he did : the edge. Thisen war. the best Naturally Anaconda attracted :.
Louise But 'I tell you ,f .
C. Beck Reporter, Miss ladies. That parti-!
; en I see near; so. I brought it to many young
'Peflgo. Members are Miss Lois '""" The other one. .j .It1. ;rj$ have one." ular-summer 'several society gi1lfI'; I

Jackson, Miss Edna Durham, Mr. It's a bard job <. I # f'Well, father, Eph is just like bad come from British Columbia j

Xhntnel,'Jack McDonald! and KuswU i. Ain't H a -/.L> '.*JiMiserable the. sapling." where it seems good night is ,used' 'b

King 'Cause a, feller's '*,_ when we use good morning ': 9"'

The Club will have weekly notes ( : i i'- '' life '* % t ."":'\ A WRITERS SAVINGS BANK One of .Princeton: men had'\beg Ti?. !

in the Alligator hand hopes tjl Here or eight weeks J .' "i came i interested i in .a young tat!\\y.&.,; {
lave other social functions besides Until about .! .. ; 1 ,'t "1 Emmerson begins his famous from Vancouver. He called on her

\daily banquets during the: yumwer., And .it means a lot : ,,: essay on Compensation with the: one Wednesday evening> ;'She mtt: ,

An organization of this nature --;- ," : The. last week .. : .1 :' sentences j "Ever since! I was a boy, him at ..the. door and.greeted blind' ;

makes ameat'' more than a contest ( 1. '. I have. wished to write a discourseon !: pleasantly Good night-: "7' ..
most or 'Cause supposen .t_ .. "! -r.s": Good Night she repeated in an
to the : A'cardui
see which can eat .';;i.- tHe Of the summet ....... .. Compensation. .' *" ***
makes it something .::... even tone.
get thru first. It reading of the Journals' from
waits too long -r_ o ., _. -4.. .- 'Good I
Night", trer 'young'maD..1 !
of a social oczasion some- When;his. old girl 1824 to '1832 establishes the truthof j
tMng' to look forward t?, and to .- n.-. .. the statement. No less than exclaimed with the slang twist t01'j
feller ,. .
other -
remember afterwards. And the .. Comes back to. him -" twenty-seven times I ,found references -'the words. ;y:
-' to this Emersonian doc And tie was gone i
Guts the best birl. .. And he realized 'tw trine. p... _ l., \
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of the essay. For instance, the andCOMPANY
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, : into this with all their spirit
; FACULTY a in the Sringof
t : and interest possible. Jet- us
1906, he became librarian of -
this and our Summer
make a success
1' the University and assistant in In the summer school of 1922at
(Continued from Page Two) school pleasure. J'
:: 4 the Department ,of Mathematics. the close of"the second day of a
j Dean Norman he thinkshis
jp In the Fall of 1907 he resigned his registration }:?)ren hundred and I'
- : lifelong dreams of a demo-
position with the University tcas- twelve ((712)) pupils had enrolled.
cratic government, with studentsan
the d > of principal of the of this year's sum-
.I I ti. spine} yes The same day
, is coming
-1,1. Gainesville public school. The next mer school seven hundred and dfaculty cooperating
.j t tI true. Our democratic government
I year he was elected principal of twenty-six had enrolled. This
t!t the Penaacola High School, which shows an increase of 14 studentsover must have the two sides balancing

11If I J- F position he held until 1913, when last Summer. At noon of oh one side we have rights and ,.
the other side duties
priviliges, on
he returned to the University as the third day we had an increaseof
J ; t, Officer in Charge" of the Cahpus. about 0' and promises of near I responsibilities.. We must 3..
J j'> tered Stetson University where bytutojmg all realize this and make our government
if"I I ; Appointed professor of Secondary ly one hundred, by night.
and Jibrary wprk, she Education and High School: In a whole democracyThis
; t'r t'rf helped defray expenses. In 1916 spector in 1916, he remained con- This year we are planning a plan wad tried; in' the-

I. ij she obtained an A. B. degree and*! tinuously in the work of visiting cooperative, governmnet. A government spring term of this year and
f in 1919 an M.: A. degree from Stet high schools until his appoint. which shall be by both worked real well. Now we knowit

; son. ment as State Superintendent ol faculty and students. All stu- will work this summer.

The Daytona. High School claimed Public Instruction in July, 1922.
11 11I I !, Miss Sheppard for the first two During the summers of 1909, July 1, Ruth and Naomi or pentence and RedemptionDr.. :'
t Woman's loyalty.-Dr.. T. R. W. A. Little.
i I years as instructor in English and 1910 and 1912 he studied at the* This
Leigh. I t series arranged especially I
Latin. She then went to Ocala as University of Wisconsin, receiv
; teacher of Latin and History and July 8, Mary, The :Mother of for the Summer Normal students.
I .1.1I ing therefrom at the end of the
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assistan lin which Jesus or -Motherhood.Dr. 0. L. Come and enjoy them. Every
I i as third summer, the Certificate foi .1'
capactiy she served until elected Woodley. a Sunday at 9:45 a. m. Baird Thea- ;
the Advanced Course in the Training
jl. July 15. Deborah or the Woman, tr. I
Principal of the Ocala schools in of Teachers.. He the
1921 She has served contin1ousI: I summer quarter of 1908 spent in the i in Politics.-Dr. J. M. Leake. 'I Thos. V. McCAUL, Pastor. ::
July 22, Jezbel or Woman's The pastor and -Choir of the
ly in this position since that time Graduate School of the University a:
i. Drring the summer sessions 1920 Capacity for evil and HateDr.J. Baptist church wil appreciate the R.
\ of Chicago; and, during the I I I
I 1921 Miss R. Fulk. assistance of any of the Normal ::
i -*: MRS. J. REID RAMSAYMrs. and Sheppard was a year of 1913-14, studied advanced I I -
member of the faculty of the Mathematics at the University' July 29, Mary and Martha or|students who sing. Let us know 1---
''l I native" ,Florida State College for Women.W. I Devotion and Service-Mrs. T. R.[you at once. We want to have ;
: I J. Reid Ramsay is a Elorida, in addition to performinghis I
Leigh. [!much special music at our services ii
!I I completing other duties, and was grantedthe :
after 1
of Tennessee, I
t ; Aug. 4. Mary\ Magdeleine or Re- during the Normal School,
I i.1' Nashville public schools she completer S. CAWTHON, STALESUPERINTENDENT degree of Master of Arts by I It'

I 1 her training at Peabody OF 'the University at the end of that' -. -- -- >

!! college for Teachers .after which PUBLIC INSTRUCTION year. gsHsaasHSHHa I
she taught Latin aid English in Mr. Cawthon was married in g;
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Haskell county High school, Ok. Continued from Page One June 1905, to :Miss Anne Whil- .

t I il. lahoma, and in Grenada high vented his, attendance V. at sChool den of High Springs, Florida, GAINESVILLE FURNITURE !|R _

school Mississippi. She was principal for more than two months during There are six children in the COMPANY !F Ii
: I of Sumterville school in Ala. each year. Ha lived two miles family. 4 ,

I ;, i until her marriage in 1909, then from a one-teacher country school Our present State Superintendent I
I ; became identified with Florida and attended for a pan of each is a Scottish Rite Mason anda Victrolas and Records

:f. schools at the beginning of the term. communicant of long standingin \

Ii World War, teaching Latin and In 1888 ti&, entered the State the Protestant Episcopal D. R. COX, Proprietor' TELEPHONE
,1! English at George Washington, Normal School at D Furiak Church. He was President ot the I 861 ;.

Jr., High school, Tampa, until last Springs, Florida, graduating Florida Educational Association. /
} : February when she took charge of therefrom at the end of two in 1921. .?'' KffiHaafiffiffiJSaffifH

It"- the Latin department Woodrow years. During the next ten yeses s

t I i :Wilson, Jr., High school. he taught as principal in seveiM: THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH f I

I Mrs. Ramsay is now. serving one-teacher rural schools and also SEE '
:' her second term] ,as resident of filled the p&ncipauaios: ; -Chip-; !
j the Tampa Teachers Club member ley, Quincy Malison c a.il Mill!on. The First Baptist Church extends .-
a cordial welcome to all the
of American Association of During the year 1S98-W ha MTZSan
I, University Women one* of thte assistant i in the pub113! school Normal students to all of out. : ser f

I Board of Managers of Tampa' at St.Augustine. He spentte vices. DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES,

.j. League of Clubs, and* greatly interested following year as a student at the Worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN'

in the betterment of edu- Peabody Normal Collage, Nashville in Baird theatre.B. PENS / t
'. Tenn. Y. P. U. at 7p.m.inthe
cation. Mr. and Mrs. Ramsay
t live at their gr ve near Tampa. In ,1900 he became teacher of Baird theatre. 204 E. University Ave. Phone 239King
f ..:-- Mathematics in the Florida State Sunda School at 9:45 a. m. in '_

'i .. :MARY M. SHEPPARD Normal School, which position fce I he Baird theatre.

held for five yers. Each summer Men's Class meets in the CourtHouse -
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during this interval he attendedthe Dr. Murphree, teacher .
t < i Miss Sheppard is a native Florida Ii /
f : educator, born on a farm on University of Chicago, where v The Philatheas and Women's ,:-_-
': the banks of the Toaaantic Suwannee 'e graduated with the degre of classes will hold joint sessions ,.

I: River-not so many years Bachelor of Arts in 1905.: durnig the Summer School with "

; ago. She attended the rural After the abolishment of the the following subjects and speakers t

i i 1 F schools in the community until State Normal School along with :- 'r.

i she reached the eighth grade. She all other State institutions of June 17, Esther, or Women and .

then entered the Ocala schools, learning. Mr. Cawthon became a Patriotism-Prof. W. H. Cassels. v :

i from which she graduated with member of the faculty of the June 24. Special lesson on ,.

t :first class honors in 1918. The Normal Department of the Uni- Christian Education Dr. A. A.

following year Miss Shepard en- versity of Florida located tempor- Murphree.


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I / fine silk hose as second prizegiven away free, COMBINATIONSThe / g gA r

\ You don't have to buy: anything. Just walk in my store and ask i iI

the clerks for your ticket. Remember it costs you absolutely nothing. .-. r.

) The drawing will take place at nine o'clock p.m., Saturday, June. 23rd, '-h :-,-
at Bench's: .

This liberal offers made to Summer Students in order to ind ice

"'::0 _. them to visit the largest exclusive shoe store in middle Florida. United Shoe Store

Tickets will be issue June 13th, 14th, 15th, and 16th. i I
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LOYAL ORDER OF merit lectual and brilliancy fame'among and upon the intel shin. is called.organizations Secretary in more- 'common FACULTY IS HOST I I The\feature of the evening was --

and famous
ing stars of these United States.I the musical program renedred by
"Seven Sages ,all- Charter '
KNIGHTS OF THE The degrees conferred 'the summer school orchestra.
are divided Doctors of Fellows: Noble B. TO STUDENT BODYINTHEGYMTRIDAY :
into 'three classes Everyone enjoyed this music
nan ly; the Armstrong, Paul J '
'Sweeney, W.
GOLDEN ZIP POTAmong primary degrees consisting gf Russell King, G. Ballard Simmons, i hugely and were especially: pleas :
stevedore, dirt dauber ed by the Florida song. When the
sink P.L.
Peadon, Doctor Moore and
cleaner, pot licker; i orchestra played this song there
; scullion.
most Honorary Fellow Snd '
efficient and High Chief enthusiastic which
the These are tall I was applause,
'very and ofa Potentate Earl Clifton Last evening
Beck. the
!,' ...highly organied of the campus organizations very low order, but each full. Many other ; gym: I showed, perhaps better than any
members was the of first social
1 is that most auspicious [fledged member unless were enrolled scene the thing else, the loyalty of the
"- honorarymust during the affair of the The
past season faculty
body, those most august gentlemen summer school students to Old
go up thru all
these de It is hoped that the Order will be reception for the summer stu -
unit Florida
constitute that and Florida's ideals.
grees. The ,
"secondary degrees is received with evea greater interest dents. Under the able directionof
the four hundred known as theEoyal Acting Professor Another feature which playedno
of | Part
time Pro- during the present Miss Borger, Dean of Women
I season. ,
Order of the Knights of fessor, Full time small part in the evening was
Profesosr "
Hon, By amendment and Mr,
of the Constitution Rogers, acting secretatyof
the bowls .
These punch ,
: Golden Zip Pot. Doctor presided over by
G':: the orary and Doctor the a charter was extended creating the Y M. C. A. the affair was
:; and dignified gentlemen,highest a group of charming young ladies
stately degree
possible is Fellowof Golden Zip Pot Number 36 one of the most successful of its
in the Commons after each the who were kept busy throughoutthe ,
meet Royal Order. All
mem- as full members of the Royal !kind ever held at the university.All '
1 meal and ove ra most sumptious bers are promoted from the lowest Order. evening.
Chapter is known as members of the faculty
: banquet transact the business of degree, but ,each is subject to the Blue Moon Club. Membership I with their wives, stood on one side

the nation's affairs. They maybe reduction pending behavior. There is honorary and not subjected to of the gym in the receiving line.
> Peen during the meal with ap i are certain offense4 which! are reduction. The students came up one flightof J. W, McCOLLUM & CO. #
': serving their country in r serious. Dr. DRUGGISTSTHE '
rons/on very Sweeney for stairs and entered the gym on :
r., t. the most patriotic manner. i instance may remember: an incident GET-TOGETHER the right, meeting the teachersas 'REXALL STORE \ .

''This organization goes back to i upon which occasion he failed \ they passed around the gym Agents for Liggett'sand J I:

: '/'those old and rare days ,vAhen to call a meeting of the Order O "U" of Folrida, come out with. and left by the other flight of! Norris Candies I

-, ; that august and' stately old gen- ;|because ; potatoes were served, : us and play, stairs. The teachers chatted with' Gainesville Fla.

,.tleraan, Doctor Paul J. Sweeney, !thus putting another interest be- Come bring your dollies three, the students with an affability .
: was in power. He was Charter I fore that of the Society, this caused : Come climb down our apple tree, which soon put even the most -- -

,_ Doctor in the organization, and i i Doctor Sweeney's reduction to Shout down our rain barrel, timid of newcomers at ease. A '
:- :- now Holds the highest position of the very low degree of sfevedore's Slide down, our cellar door, fine spirit of friendliness prevailed

Fellow. He was accompanied and Assistant's Substitute's Helper, And let's be jolly friends for the entire crowd, which did NORAHORTON

.. assisted in power by such worldwide and) he was reduced) two ligjityebrs evermore. much to make the evening such a f l

Y notables as Doctor Ralph in the estimation of the Just a little song we.all. wanl success. a

Fesuvious and Jello Marsicanosky, Society. He later regained his to learn-by way of announcing a The decorations deserve special ... t
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4 now also Fellow, his colleague and II supremacy, however, after swear get-together good-times party in mention. The gym was beautifully Shop. '; I.

Ifellow conspirator, William J., ing eternal loyalty to the Loyal the gym. next Friday night, decorated in green with ,

.f ,better known as Bill, who will be I Order. It is very seldom that a the 22nd.,' at 8:00 o'clocK.Everybody' bright colored flowers furnishinga Dennison Paper and .

;- remembered by the old timers on i Charter Doctor is reduced but out. Watch for lovely contrast. The decorating Materials '

"' the campus,,'and Rolf K. 'Buckley, !}his was a stringent ca{e. the poster, announcing other committee worked hard to make

Fellow of the Royal Order. I The loweset..status that one can chances of sociability.' We arehere his beautiful setting for, the re ;

to A detained explanation of the possibly have in the orjcr is to I. for fun and frolic, as well ception and their efforts as well \iilton-Brad ey Books
I Order in it's intricate graduations be declared a Social Outcast fitPeculiar h as study-what say you? as the effects they produced were
would cover the pages of an immense Dishonor. This status r If you have any suggestions for appreciated by all who were in

volume, A brief statement, has been created only once in avery t entertainment for all, during the gym. Pictures and Picture t

however, may be presented. Membership : I serious case. [hese next eight weeks, bring' The committee consisted of Miss Frames

is merited solely upon,r Other officers of the Order are:I them round to the "Y"4 hut. We I Carmack, Miss Miltmore, Mrs.

one's attainments of world-wide 1!i Custodian" of the'Archives, which,want what you want. C? Ramsey and Mr. Edwards. I,

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I y Beck and Yon, mixed doubles. are held in the basement of Pea
3 The Varsity track men attending : body'Hall, whieh is (equipped wit

r1j ; "% OF THESUMMER jGajinesvSlle summer; ,and school the and'.athlletds those. of in IN AND AROUND SCHOOL NEW FEA- classrooms.Edith Carter In the has first charge roo'Miss <

Gainesville High school have or- the beginners and first
IIu I ', ganized what is known ,as Gaines GAINESVILLEGainesville I .lURE THIS TERMA Mrs. Laura Schnarr has chargethe grad

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"j Athletics which added greatly hieet at Pablo Beach on July 4, often times very II new and interesting featureof The purposF of the Demons
t il"I to campus life during the sumnl.r\ where they will *meet' the Duval appropriately termed the Hub of the Summer School of the tion school is that the ,prop
I t school of 1922, will be feature University of Florida is the Demonstration -
High school, Jacksonville Y. M.- Florida, is located near the central method of,teaching
; i of student activities again this i C. A. and other teams.In part of Alachua county On I School. Two. classes may poined
I 11 f t year. Following t!:'e ,custom 'of addition, to baseball games account of her geographical) 'location -I t I out to teachers who are he
II"" I ', former years there will!, be a by students those interested in i she is destined to.become,the bathing and dancing for the pub. for the summer. The teache
E, .. basketball tournament with the I)this great sport will probably have leading inland city of the state.I lic. Poe Springs, which is about 1 1I visit the ,classes and receive ti
I j\ various boarding and frtcrnity, :I i'II the opportunity of witnessing several We have many reasons to be j I thirty miles north of the city on benefit of the method. :M
houses competing for the" championship ; games on the University diamond -I proud of the fact that Gainesville J JI I the beautiful Dixie Highway is i I Schnarr' is introducing the Oria:
i' and a tennis tournament': of the most popular of these
between Gainesville and ,I is our home. Tre predominating one do system.
; I for those possessing skill in wielding ,other teams of the state. I spirit of citizenship<< is progressive.I resorts. Earlton Beach on Sante Pupils! are obtained for the dec
I i I the racket. I I: The weathej- very warm and Our schools, both public and f Fe lake is another popular resort (
i :! Much interest was taken in I Unpleasant for work and to .ac i, university: are ,second to none I only fifteen miles from the cityon onstration work from Gamesvi}
: J these games 'last summer and we complish much intellectually in in the South,. also several another one of the new, roads and from those at the Umverti t
:1 are expecting to see ,again that the short term of eight weeks requires -I private institutions of learning.. which are now under construction.Seven I with their parents.
I I same Gator spirit which has placI' intensive study still there There are many points of intirest miles to the north you find I Thjs is quite a valuable ins
: ed Florida at the front in athlet.. .tnay be found time to break the in, and around Gainesville. The the Devil's Mill Hopper a huge vation. The practical laborator
ics.. 'classroom monotony by; engaging county abounds ,in beautiful hole in the ground 'with;. fc,
I'''I Last. year's championship, win-I.I, in some sport or at least ,expressing ; ::springs lakes and rivers many'of banks completely covered< ", he'l is ,an essential suppler
::1 ners were: Prof. Beck, singles; our loyalty by being presentat these have been developed into fern and large magnolia. to the class'room work in.,..peal' .
I! Beck and Thomas doubles;' and every game. ''pleasure resorts which afford
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of Arts, in Education, Bachelor of Science, in Ed- and three-year high schools to complete l high

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