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
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: June 26, 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>]
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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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'i 1'4 Student( Representatives Met ;,

= With Faculty! Committee -.1, I'I I I Gave a Very interesting Talk ;

I' : ; To Draw Up Rules ,I. : I 'I' Oi Various Kinds, of Birds !
For,Summer 'I I To Be Found Among :

; I Human Beings. .

t;' '4*, The .first meeting of the student r: '
/l:- council and faculty representatives I, i. I Doctor Leigh's Lecture is 'a
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I Hummer. ;
ri whol have .charge of '
Dr. Leigh, head of the.Chemis
. < the cooperative student 'government '
I : >ht-famous
Department, .
.. w..t. gave .
. t, '" on the campus, met on' :Mon- I y 1'r I "Bird" lecture* at: Tuesday's ,chapL i:.

s;i' ,. day afternoon in Miss Borger's b T 5s k) t It e) To say; that it will long "be

pt 'room, Thomas Hall, to drawJf87 II 'remembered! is ,to do it scant jus I
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t ticeAnd. .to say more 'one runs 1 1l
'Tip a definite and final set vt
: I the l risk, : of being i called a parrot. ;
, ;.rules by which the student body ,* '
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h. Shrtingtfronu an orthodox background
will be governed during the summer that. birds ..crealed\
: .' !. k t I were
?}i ... term. .. I I the fifth day and that when man

r ,. _,' Prior. to this meeting, the pre A I It looked' upon the wofld the sixth !I
t "wortd
ceptresses of each section of "i .1 day he saw a that glowed
color and resounded
r' withflitting
the dormatories and of each.b ard- 1
.. jyjsIngl,- .- .I s t with the song of feathered warb-'

'. ". house had called together a 3 I II. lers." "As.' birds, brought .1 beauty:)
i' meeting of their section"or-house,' ..Ij .4 I and wusid to the earth, 'man

#. in order to select a student representative :- t I .I. I 'images heaven in the direction
tf and to receivesug; I I whence they came; and he visualizes '
t 1' r '
gestions concerning regulations cf cherubim and seraphim with

/ the student body. -I', II. t II t wing's." That birds have been a ,

, At the' final meeting in the' :source of poetic thought and expression -'
'room of Miss, Borger, Dean. of .& .. A he illustarted by men-'
: :' Women, these representatives cf ,. Cloning Shelley's "Ode tb a S'ky-
,. the student body .fietb wtta 4the ': alrk," &ryant's3"To-a 'Waterfowl/* '
DEN j. Wi NOR11MR. : '1'0 ",
,t<1 faculty committee. Dean Norr < |Poes The Raven, and ..Laniers"Tampa f

t ,,,' man. presided over the melting; _--' ;-:- --r--------; -.-- I Robins." '
;.' faculty representatives consisted ROGERS LEADS I Dr. Leigh- found bird' types I;
p4. of_ Miss Borger Mrs.. ,Hoemer, -JAMES.WILLIAM MUSICAL SERVICE'i among the human species on the

.,iMiss Griffet, and Mr. Carrier, i campus. From the hummingbirdto .

,}1::: After the election of a nomi- FIRST VESPER NORMAN 'AT CHAPEL the "spread eagle1 he caricatured '
' our contemporaries,, never our-
: ; '. nating committee the'rules' as
selves. "The chattering black. I
presented 'and l FRIDAY. .
suggested were
'." voted upon by the Council, student S.DEAN 'OF THE TEACHER v. "'- ., ,.., bird," "the. foolish: ostrich* -"the i
: wise owl" "
-- -- COLLEGE UNJ\TERSiTY ,; "the. saucy jay, "the \
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.t and faculty In this ; '
Mr. Rogers, the acting secretaryof cooing dove," found their human ,
:. method the student government _. OF ,FLORIDA services
Friday morningwere
:. \ the Y M g .A.led .the first vesper .Chapel pr9totypes among the summer t:
tf*- rules were passed .upon. ? ,service of the season last .._ given over to a musical program -. students. Thatt) he ,did not mention fl, i

.r<'J On Wednesday, June 20th, the Sunday night in the gym. James. William .Norman *. was directed by Mr?. Hall, who 1 the "omniscient; inquisitive

t.'i- nominating committee met, and The orchestra furnished d the born -De ember. 20, 1884-, in Elbert is In cliarge! of the music classes at 1 sparrow" surely is an oversight. I I 4

. ;t. nominated the following officers, music for the _ong service' and ounty, Georgia* the University t>f Florida during! The speaker.soared off back *ftlje '
.fc"- President Miss Peoples vice- II IIj the session The orcIesi i : i,
; .heauti1ful summer
<< Miss Ruth Claffe sang a 'He attended rural school until moon WIth the, flapper and her ,
Miss Nani Harris, set"f' : tra composed', of eight Membersgave .
> ., president, solo. -,899- when he' entered theHart II flapee and po red forth an extravaganza -
" 5 retary. Miss Lancaster.. : The subject of Mr. Rogers' well High school Hartwell, Ga., some beautiful selections. that will never bothe'r i

:' The rules haye been- printed I talk was "Christian, Altruism and? where he received the high' school, Several of the players are students said flappers a bit. Flappers do 'I!

,and posted Jn every section .of the I lie based his talk-on the tee, diploma in 1901. Entering Mercer, at the University his sum I!not listen. Like George Bernard '

-;;*, dormatori! As soon as possible 'Greater love hath no man than University, Macon, 'Georgia, in mer. Others pn the program exhibited Shaw, one asks; "Why should

Continued. on Pas 4'Five I: this that, he lay down his llife'. r- September, 1902, he graduated in, talent hi .their selections.]I they?" After an extravagant sym-

friend." 1906 with the degree of Bachelor The cervices opened witha j jbolism.i said flapper was-won= ,byicecream
a '
K He," said, that'the. tes"tof. ; ." the pf-artf' 'The years of 1906-07 were selected arch' by" the orchestra which, lent a touch '(of
jc CHAPEfROGRAM.Orchestra I:degree,;:. of development J' : of any: liv-, pent in the Graduate SchooL.ofHjjrvar'd Mr Rogers"of the Y Me A read'Iverlsiri lit e" to it alt ., I
: the scripture lesson from Psalms I.
|ini-being is its approach peri University.: He was"co. The lecture was most .
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K ." ''fect:,ahruiD!. : : priiic par of Heard Aca'denly,. 'Cave :and led" the audience Dean 'in pxayer. :The style was appropriate to sue
<-- Altruism .is.manifestedin all I Springs, Georgia,* 1907-03, ;' and Mr Rogers, Norman and subject, and Dr. L. igh held his

Inspection march ., / .. : '. of life. The aaeliv ,r divid- i >.eld the chair of Mathematics';and others made some announcementsafter audience for nearly an hour to

Scripture reading. ; >- .stages ing iri$ multiplied; independentcells edyation, at Howard' College Birmingham which Mrs Hali took charge the enjoyment of.every onaTao5o -!
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-- '-;: is praeti ing- '. altruism I ; Alabama; 19081!. He, The first number on the pro- who missed chapel Tuesday morn l' ,:
Prayer .' his Chicago gram was selection by the or- ing' have something '
in that he. perpetlates attended tie .t! ive-rsity of to ;ber'' sorry
AnnouncementsOrchestra <. ('life in others. Sumer school in 1909, 'and'reentered -- chestrat "Fraternity Overture" about.' What was it. that Franklin-
'" stagestf Harvard University in191J which" pleaded the' audience Very .said about l'earning'in. the school '
higher -
{ tr alt the I'
is '
.; So, it, protectsits I receiving the degree't of 'f much Mrs Hall had just said. of ,experience? l. ":, : -* "iions" .
Fraternity., '.' life:and 'buds, roots and j Blaster of Arts in 1912. He teas I[that owing to limited time, they l
: cr. eaves !'could be .to wait for the .
all contribute to the life II'' Exchange teacher... to'the Ober-j; : was bgiven' by ThelmaBoltou
z Vocal .;*..*:........-.... Selected and branches well being' of the tree, each i ealschule, Potsdam, Germany I I I next number.' ; of aGinesville, Miss* 8ol.
Homer Howard submerging self in &' general fOod 1912-13, attending lectures at the!I ;Hiss Myras Jone- /gave a piano Boltin, of Gainesville, Miss BoN ,

Piano .'.. .....*., .."-*.._. Selected 'for all' '. University Berlin at the samtj 1!f election next. Mi"s.! Jones is a, tin's selectionwas, really *;"* very .
"' her' He entered Teachers college I student I at the University the funny and brought a roar of
.Myra., Jones. The tiny spider cares for time. 1
She is laughing and applause from the .,
1913, summer session. an accompMshed
r r Reading .. ,. ..*... Selected.. i eggs, protects her young and' :per'rides Columbia University-, selection auidence. ''
food and shelter for. / herhelpless' ; and toook the pspliminary exami pianist and. her -!I
Boftin .
Miss Thelma i, nations' for the degree of Doctor was well received by the au Besides accompanying for many

Vocal '..V--I.'.,.. .. Selected Birds littfe of all' once lands( froaTtae f&% of Philosophy, in" May 1914. 11'8letd dience. The ,next, a vocal. -solo, elections Miss Graves gave effectively

Mr. ,and Mrs, /' T.;. J. McCaul, I miliar barnyard: fowls tcf .the w1l4 the chair pf Education ,in .S1 aYe Song"T 'T.S a piano ,solo, "Coitcert

fPiano Concert, Etude .McDowell :I eagle:of the 'remote cliffs givi Richmond College, Virginia, ,1914 -end red in.a charmingly: way. Etude Miss Graves ia a talente.1

Hits Graves striking examples of altruism.. IS.. He' 'tea:ht Ini the Howard" Bir- quality of his voice. bound for a few minutes. *
of College
Orchestra Salut, D'Amont They 'care for their -olng.W'Okln :
Contiafltd dm Page Eipt Continued on Paso. sir A reading on Facial. Distort- Continued on Page &5x i ir
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Heated in. Cape Town, in London l'
and in Harvard.UniT iSity. When 1

., DIRECTORY READY he was"asked his' nationality, he SC800L .OF PHARMACY .. .'- -- .. !

., ""." hesitated and,finally thought he, -. '!,' .
I',," I -' might be 'C ll'ed.a. cosmopolitan.He THIS TERM SMITH ,&_ ,.HOOPER_. > :;,, .
School Dutch better 1
I I' r:; The Burner Directory claimed to speak -

ti:} rill be ready for distribution dur.o than :J2ngli)i; and his students' Goods Notiohs and-Men's' Wear
ing'the first of next -week. ,ItI' is :bear witness to his mastery of. the The University f Florida School ,, .-
r < edited,by T. Franklin West. The ( Pharmacy new .
I' t : British tong ie. of a i institution ou -
': contains rateable infor-
[ His remarks about South Africa the campus, will open for the first .. .. !fi
; : t Snation and will bo found a very ; .'
f contains were altogether informs?. Proba-, term on September 10,, with the .. !fi
s convenient ycjlnnae.{ !
0 ,- :the name and ,address .of each bly the most interesting featUrewas opening of the regular term. tl .. . ., 1

I 'i student and faculty,member on the the questions* and answers. ,will be a division of the oCllegeof ,11 '.. :'-. 4 !IiI
campus and their:phone number. South African politics, bilingual Arts and Science, Under. the '

; 9 education in the Transvaal the supervision of the regular faculty, I 1
I While in town make GUI'store headquarters.
t R.., S.t. GIRL SCOUTS: '.' wonderful gold mines the famous wtih a separate director and prfessW .

., ''I f f 3 t -" African mines big game of pharmacy. The school i Here you will find 'a complete line of Piece Goods,

: P "f" ,Next Monday, Jane 25, at e four- hunting, were among the topics' will be under the direction of Dr.J' ,
0 discuss !SUThe teachers interested :T. R .Leigh who'received' the degree -'I % I
:thirty the Girl Scoots will have an were Notions, :Novelty Goods, Hosiery ,and ,
1 : ; '. entertainent for all those 'interested -, to hear that South-Africa of Ph D. from the Universityof .

; :s in this -work. The ,entertainment had good,schools, paid excep- Chicago. Dr Wm. J. Hua, '. Men's Wear,of every descriptidh i ,

: 0 i.. : will be"at the Twentieth? onal satares: and that educationwas rom Iowa has accepted the position .. .
.'Century Club House. compulsory of profesosr of pharmacy.The !H .. ..

.: "': : r. The program will be as follows: Whether talking about Ford ,school will answer a great !: .,t'' .. ,. t ,.af .
'Amendment demand in the state, in training }t
I the Eighteenth -
cars or
!, :;' 1. Ceremony of"Girl. Scout laws. } ->-. .
: i 0 in South Africa, whether or retail pharmacy pharmaceutical .
i ; : 2. Visit at Girl Scout camp. l .,
discussing Zulu traits or English chemistry; professional or .. ...
; 3. Folks: dances. manufacturing chemistry. The ,, .
! ij i* Influence, Mr. Pick had his audience .
, : ,: I 4., Awarding of nfezit badge. all attention. He was practicing opportunities! in the field of chem-

:: f After the program, refresh- his own 'psychology. istry and pharmacy are just being I -. SMITH *& HOOPER < ,
;: :: .;-...' ments will be served. A free will (:Professor Fick' is substituting realized by the student public;; it .

, ; n offering will be taken at the door this summer for Dr. EnwalJ- who is worked.a promising< field' and not over- : .._ South. Side Square.
!is in Sweden. ,
..for the benefit of the Gainesville now "
I >.j .
; The School, of Pharmacy is partly 'I '
The student body
; Girl Scouts.
-t indebted. for its existence to .
the reception given by the Florida
. the efforts of the Florida State, .
,0. Dames. Itwa s a pleasant after; -
. I !' ,'" .' PROFESSOR FICK TALKS Pharmaceutical Association and f jaasgffifiaagggr .
J : ; TO FLORIDA DAMES noon. the'Florida State Board of Phar-

I I t macy. Dr.. J. J. Greig president
0". Prof. ,M. L. Fick was the principal Here is something to think overt d fthe former, and Dr. W. D. -

,;', speaker at ,a reception 'given Are we improving men as rapidlyas Jones, president of the*latter, are '
we are Improving'tools? We We carry all the Text Books used in,the
i in'the College Gymnasium, Monday in part responsible as being act-
I '' afternoon by the Florida Dames have 'improved upon Ruth's mowing ively interested in the movement. University work. Also a complete line of

..t in honor of the public schoolteachers machine; but leave we improvedupon 'lans are now' under' way under '

,l ; of Florida attending the Ruth? direction of the Florida Sate 5- STUDENT ((SUPPLIES .

I summer?school. Mr. Fick, a, native .-- Pharmacy Association to raise a f

I.: of South Africa and somewhat of If .some of these men on the sum of money & augument( state. ,Candies, Soft Drinks, etc. \. .
i a globetrotter is gifted with that Florida campus have their appropriations. '
intangible quality which for want strength where Sampson had his, ,This, school will be quite an addition UNIVERSITY BOOKSTOREAlligator
I.. 'of a better name, is called person they are in a sad plight.' Circumstances to the curriculum of the 0,

,J t ality. His charm of manner coup. played' the role of Delilahin University, which is 'keeping pace -- \
II ,' led with a thorough knowledge of some cases; the barber in with the universities of the South.

{ his subject made him an unusually: others. and of the nation. : .' ... -
interesting speaker.

t/ '. I.: Mr. Pick- was born in Potchept- What doth a man's money profit %It ,hasben a considerablesource ,- ': ;- S 'H ,O E S.

: ; room in the Transvaal He was ed him it his., wife. is his widow? % of worry to'me' which animal "' -'J

-' -- -- I suffers, the most: a,'giraffe H B.M. TENCH H .
1 with a sore throat or a centipedevpth'corn's. ,. --- .
Now the giraffe is 'S -
: STUDENTS O Gainesville,' 0
SUMMER SCHOOL deprived of that supreme ana,

everastingjoy of l life, namely ,*. .
I E Florida E
eating. Imagine! the suffering .
H MILLER'STWO the the poor interminable beast is'discomfort su ,jected't, that& .AdvertisersAre 'J'- 'S' 'H. O' E S

Can you imagine yourself in such y
t l a position? Not being able 'to .
( .STORES) eat, and to enjoy eating; It is :

fully equivalent to that inconvenience representative

!I Welcomes you to.' Gainesville Our store. experienced in the' place J. McCOLLUM & CO. i

where there is weeping and gnash business: men of DRUGGISTS !
; has always been headquarters for the
ing of teeth. On the other hand, THE REXALL STORE I

1 \ y Students while down town, and. we are magine the poor" centipede. He Gainesville.: They Agents for Liggett's t

}3a strong for keeping it can't. eat either. Unless .some one : are' that and Norris Candies A
; S S so. birngs him something 1* eat.And 'the ones Gainesville >, Fla. j'
f -... centipedes are not very tltruistic "

,. 'i:___ : :' ,1 in their philosophy of life. So he make your school, 1.------ .

I suffers doubly, with corns *.d 1.I
I ., from hunger.-My final conclusionis paper possible.Cooperate I
that, altho, the centipede has I .
. Drinks Ice Cream Candies School Supplies I >
orns suppose he 'has a hundredor I ,
I iPennants two even if they are all on different I NORAH
Cigars Cigarettes Etc. with them lI l-
he easily
feet :why can ., -.t. .
double a couple of hundred. feet .
\'q! i V .. under him and walk on the other : I Art & Gift Shop

. I eight hundred. White the poor .. .. .:. .
: giraffe has lost all the pleasure .

MILLER'S : of living an has to crawl off in a Dennison, .Paper and
corner and die. Because after, all, ..-' Materials .
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., life be worth if
what would we ,
I 1 (TWO STORES) -. .* .- couldnt eat-? .. s -

.- ., .. I .Books
,'- : "Where, Thirst Is Unknown". ; J. S. ... '. ,. ,
Some. folks. seem ,to. ,as \ "
Avenue East Union and Main madness\in their method=as : .';
{ University, 4
..... ..,...,. . : Pictures .
; "' "'" J. ../.il.. >' -1- -.:: m t-hod.in..iheii"madness..' Shakespeare t and Picture
: : ,| COMPANY '
/' could make a comedy out i Frames
: I Druggists I '
: Phone 32 f
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: \;: Oak, why teas t\e soccer section ...I .... ,.. ... ,.. ,.. .
-: : SPORTS- of the'1'lorida Big Sch oo} Athletic o : > I
: ; Association and who has been f
I. peculiarly successful r* turning -

::. F. s. MCLA"UGHLIN. Editor put winning teams" at :Suwanee, 'I .urflo.. latest colors. Come :and see the M. f ,

. will talk to all coaches and prier '
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="ras= cipals ? .
+ 1, BEARERS OFT' Clifford-'Butch, the Gator I. Chester some will time soon Dr. Man.) I STYLE SHOP South Style df Square j I

er, holds the .State, High.sprint-School 1 I these columns announce soon. It the'date is the plan In .-. ...----.. '.... ........ -. ... .... ... ... ........ -- ..... --. .... .... ,

J championship, In the I(of the F. H. S.
ON THE CAMPUS 100-yard A. A. to push .
dash, at ten' and a fifth.' Since I|I soccer next year; and it is hoped .... ... ..... .... .. ....,.
T that
time he has split the fraction I I I that this meeting -willbe largely ,

.' It may be of interest, ito the in half. He holds the University I attended .

.summer school students to know, record.in the century event and is I I I ]Prof.. E. C.% Beck, first chairman .5 I ; ; 4 }
'.' who the athletes a fast 22& jnan.. He is looked 5 a |
.-; on the campus forward [I of-the Board of Control of the F.
are.: There are a number who to as. the mainstay among 'H. S. A. A. is authority for the f

will not appear in this article for the varsity sprinters next'year. i j I infdrmation that the East is taking .. .
'the reason that they have not',attended tho only one letter was issued a decided interest in soccer. .
,the 'winter term or for in 1921, other men) :were up to the i I Pennsylvania colleges played to -- I '
t standard of letter :; : .
: other reasons. This men. Among large crowds last ys,
article: will autumn. And reports 0' i
,:; those was O. D. Leonard, who held I I ; ...
be restricted men who wear thek prow that the Pacific Coast ." '
k "F" as representing thehighestattainment the University record in the 220 features the game. For instance, : l
sprint...for a couple of years. Hew Lincoln % <' f I .
in athletics on the and Stadium High SJchoolsof -
... ,campus s one of the four to represent Tacoma,, have an intense soccer i,' t
,: ':In football, the oytstanding' the, Gators at the S., I. A. ,A. ,meet rivalry -

". : '. at Sewannee! Tennessee, tha t YOU ;
sport of the University, there. are -. I : : SHOULD S
a five wearers of.the "F".,"Shorty" year. In order to secure the loan of '

,Gunn, a,tw undre4 pounder"who Other. men- may be mentioned asliving Outfielder Dick Wade from Washington ] : : :
;; ,reaches six and a half feet into in Gainesville, as1 O'Neal i :, to fill hi while Richbourgh : : .: GIVE._ : J.

5"- the s"ky, ,was, the pivot man"during Cox, Captain 1923, Barco Bishop in is laid up, the Nashville Club! gave : .. ,

', tie last 'season. He played the the sprints, Raymond Crown 'of :Washington first option to purchase I

,. position of center and 'played it the middle! distance, and Jerry Richboug in the ,fall. By I.t- 4

"', :well. George Stanley, quarter McGill, pole vaulter. .All these :that time the Southern' League's ALLIGATORADVERTISERS ,

-F 'back of the 1922-; is an all 'round are mainstays; of the Gator team'I'star hitter is expected to be sound '

.athlete. He is outstanding at tennis Cox wears a letter from gridiron on his legs again,. i -

,,. basketball, as a baseballcatcher activities also. ;' This item from Sporting Newsis :: } i
} and* a good all'roU1 d of especial interest to Gator '.,F ,

-r_ track man. "Red" Mounts, of the SPORT NOTES fans. Lance Richbourg, *22, who !. ::1'j.

,c" Kappa Sigs.was dne of the dependable was leading the Southern League -'j. ..i
',' hitters at .378, was tied for the YOUR. .
needs of the 'team during the :
tennis .
/ most stolen bases
1 and
; past two year He Is from .Kan.sas. ley ball basketball was secondin .,.i '
He is at his. best. on % .the the basebaiJ runs secured,. broke his leg : PATRONAGE; ..
are ,
among sports the
on summer time
some while
ago sliding into
,,: I gridon, thoquite at home in othersorts. school .
campus. third. This popular Gator is im' "
r; Otis 'Green is a wearer of 0 .
proving I
the freshmen. numeral, "1926", be the rapidly. w 1
crack 01'bats
Already .
an '
A ing a member of that ; ,
teamwhich .
R : pounce practice on Fleming She frowned at him and called -- .
took. the southern cham- Field. Twenty odd prospectivebaseball him Mr. "
-.: ionship during the pas\ seas I1 i : ; .
afro following the Just .
: because :
';<. : He is lineman he up and' kr. ; :. ::
." ; and a steady one. lead of Dr. Manchester and working So that night '. ..
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.- Norton- ,linemen one ;of Is the also dependableGator on thecampus. team.out The for a :summer baseball Just-for spits t. t : .'. .. :; : ; .'..:- ;: :;,..' *f*- : :!

He ,cnances are that the That naughty bier? kr. sr .. :! .. *.
ci: had the misfortunef summer school will have a baseball -:. .' .
__,: 'to break+ia collar bone early i in team the first since 1916 when How old is slang? The old .- v .:.- { ,;j

.- 'the season; however he made the prof. Beck organized a' teamwhich Goths used the word hafts for ,.';!
Harvard trip. He is a mountain 'with-Mills ,pitching was able marriage; and hafts ..' i ,
means -
of strength to ,the Gator>. to shut out the' Gainesville club ured. Quite ,modern don't cap- : S. -'

"Dick" Stanley had -one of the I twice. think? you .. ... ..... ..... ......

hardest positions on the football! / .
team. He was manager, and wears Dr. Manchester, perhaps with r- ;
? !fi$
the manager's letter. He was I some help from Coach Ofrr, will ;

,: thoriy successful fit the position, have two letter men, ra fIrst !: I

,, and it" .is a man's job. I class battery, to build around. SHSIXKffifiNOTICE

In baseball "Shorty" Gunn was I "Shorty" Gunn, a pitcher; made I I .5 J :;

on the mound for "Florida" during his letter this season, and Lee ,
the last season, thus making two !Work, a catcher, made his letter # '
i letters. He ,did some effective in 19pO and 1922. F. S. McLaughlin I I We are offering Special Rates to Summer-School g'i 1'1

I twirling, .and the results oJ. the a Maryville letter man' and : i:
ft.f.season! were not his fault. Lee late coach of Palmer College, is !I '"' Student on all ;
; Work was behind' the bat for the another battefry man upon whom '

'', "Gators4. in 1917 'an/ again in "Doc"- places a great dealof LAUNDRY .WORK ;

1922 he played outfieW. In confidence. Among the other !: ..

basketball Lv L. Thompson is. the1 players are found Professors! Cleaning Dyeing _Pressing: I

only one present. He is ,1 sure Rogers' and Beck, Carter, Thompson I : : f '. !

shot as forward, 'and will probably Moor:: "THathis, Ward and See Our Wagons or Call Phone .. :.. .iR .
be heard from during the sum,niter. Pete Harris. :.
I : : .
Three leter1 men, on the campus 49. : !IiIi' H
g won tbat honor on the cinder path If the team de;flops l as Dr. 4'5 ifi.

% Rolf Buckley'holds honors in.t he. Manchester expects it to dev-lop: y; .. .' .
half mile.' After dividing wjth} ; games will t e sc'iedu'od for the Qi. .'.'. : .
summer, Next week" the Sammet- .. .- J ..
Cox in' the half and the mile on : or." ,:---, "'"
> the local track,'hb went to Atlanta Gators will play a first; gam laid ;!;:iiI 'I ". I
southern preparation for the Fourth of July H \
P in an open meet a !Ii
took second"place' in the 880, running : contest. If the students show aiy:: folheJ !Ii.I .
interest in the team, the manage. Sena .
field. He
against a very fast M Me ft f
holds the University record in.the ment will schedule games every .

mile. week \ I aundnj \

, ; Russell King holds honors,in the .
distance runs. After running t h Dr. Manchester ? announces a .
:field day for the' Fourth of '
extended, -
k mile for two years ne -
anxions that candiin -- -
: July He is -
w: his distance to the .tw -mi1e. : ....-:-- '
.-k ..-. which event; he won the state dates prepare' for this day. There .. OThtA.LM.Co. >_'. .. .
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track .
running againstRoberts wilV- be tennis games, a

/--. championship of ,Georgia '.Tech.' He meet; volley. ball contests, and i ';" "W' AVER'S STEAM LAUNDRY,. facT_ ", ,

.- also won from Homer,of S 1a wa other competitive sports. In the t '+. '

...-', nee., and took second in the',thy&. i pat issue of. the Alligator" "more I IdeJiAite Office 706 W. ;
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j '': ;, W. Russell .King .._... :._ itoririChiefI + m See our Window Display for some.of'x ; ,

I c q; I'l? ; Horace Wilson __::.business Manager I I "

I"!." t Mrs. Guy R. Stewart _= .Calendar Editor + it! the Newest Styles' in; S oes.
+ A Short Story

:. ''I r .n' ,. F. S.* cLaughlin.. -.....--.......Sports Editor'', + I I. We are: showing 'some'be !iful :

It Louise Pedigo _.__ --Society Editor + + + + + + + + ;.
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;; : R. M. Hartsfield -_.-:::...Features ESditor !Ii .styIes'in -
.. :: In olden times, long before the I
: Mrs. Mary A.. Trump _.PerSonal Mention paleface bad civilized this

't; = j Ann HaskIn,.LoIS Cham >ers, Louisa Gold- still roamed the w}l I also
colors new
a in the some ,
warfare raged between the Elati iR ,
wire Beulah
W. C.
; s ,' Soper, McGhin, Mrs.. -
Tsalgi or Lower Cherokees and
I Lucy Jordan. I 'x! numbers for dress'wear..
1 '.' .r the Upper Creeks, who at that .

; : -t. time occupied the territory of ,!! .

+ + # .* l northern Geor a. The Cherokees 1 '

I'I't.! :+ i I +, claimed the. territory as far UNITED: SHOES ,

i as the Tishmaxlgu, 'their enemy .
I ; Ii
; : demanded the land as, far northas ,2: 'STORE :
the Iacoda Trail. These two .
I .
; I : points are almost identical with '

.. ''what?is now,known as the Athens 125 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE.
,0 + .
I t ''. f + f'. + 4'' .' + + + + + +-+ + + + + + + + and Two Clarksville cantps were road.located near iiggggfiaHgg !6 .

a l' I ; {They tell me that this ,column, is Yes, we are-going to have a col- the border line. The Cherokeeswere

t i r ',' mine. All\ very well and goad yum this summer. No, you arewrong encamped on the Middle .f.'

; ; But what am I song to do with itt ,:, we are not* imitating the Ocinee River 'between what is j
lf. I cant eat-it, 'or sell it, or use.it, big dailies. What difference now .Talassee and Oconee SPORTING GOODS1
i ... Heights, in Jackson and Clarke
it. After ,all, it seems 'would it
i : :f cr wear make if we. did? You '
counties. A large band of Creekswas Baseball
to be more of a liability than an that it Football '
; I ; was as colyum -
i south at ,
I l encamped farther
All Kinds
1 I Hardware of .
L asset. writers that O. Henry, Ed Howe, the present site of the little .* : ,
t i i r Solomon and Josh Billings were Irvin 'Cobb and William Allen '
in Oco- *
town of Elder, Georgia, See Us S .
: 1 tJ wise men.: But o.of, them slipped White started Into<< fame. No, nee county. ; "

I ;i up once in ,t heir life. That you are wrong again: we do not : These' hostile tribes often met f'I THE THOMAS COMPANY' .

i i .doesn't! detract from their wisdom expect to be- famous. Then, why I in battle and neither could obtaina I :

t it merely proves that they were do we'have a colyum? Simply because ) permanent suprepiacy1. When Phone 22 / .:.'. ":

4 human. Solomon 'said, "There's the writer can put anythinghe ever the Cherokees were at wara '. WEST SIDE OF* SQUARE

; I -- nothing new under the sun."' And pleases in a colyum. .Now you little brown boy,*Little Moo.se "

J Josh Billings, while .serving time know. Are you satisfied? of the Cherokees, would stop his .. .

: ., on this, earth, said, '"My private I 'We 'would be funny, if we could. play and take his post en .a - '- -- ..

I .-. opinion is that origfhality in -writing I But' we never can hope to be soclever large rock at the outskirts of the ,
., .' was played out long ago, and as the flap-her who told camp overlooking a :wide valley J ![Summer School StudentS. and Faculty! You are Cor- I

; r' the very best any man car\do is to the flap-he that she coul4n't accept hero he would remain lying f dially invited to,attend the, opening of the.
.J No I l stretched at full length with his -t
'"" steal with good judgement. his offer of'the moon because "

I' .. I am not going to claim that I am. said moon made only a quarter a i i chin in his palms, as silent and as: I I PINK AND WHITE ,

d If- <., :writing anything original. But II week and > se'd that to get full on motionless as the rock itself, until I I TEAROOM,/ .
[ ; have read a few original passages. he saw the warriors return- ,
-5 once a month-Can you tell me I trrsw araij- -sOn -
1 I- ,' Josh Billings missed a treat of his why the speaker caned her a crane ing. When he saw that his hero, I. Thursday, June Twenty-Eighth, 8 to 10.P. M. ,
1- Flying Eagle, was among them, ,
lifetime when he missed an opportunity
I when so 'many say she is cuckoo? .
admiration" '
he with 1880 WEST UNIVERSITY t
'i i : to read any "Rat" compositions Didn't we say that we could the would lithe; slender gaze form of the warrior t AVENUE '9 .

: of the Freshmen English put .anything in a colyum? This and with a. sigh of relief t MRS. J. 'DODSON, MRS- M. "R/HINSON t tI '
.f Class. No, I not talking about '
r am
proves it, n'est-ce pas? If you would eiimb down from his post .
f : - -
1 =: YJ>u. This was several years ago. will accept the, proof, we shall I and return to the camp to listen
V One :Tat showed his lack of di- .
proceed. - -
chief Oncowah -- .
.. eagerly to the big : "
1- the ,cat out oft l
plomacy-by letting
Do you remember those stories relate the day's experience. Then -I j
Canoo hee
t the bag. His 'comp .read: "The SPOUTING Lodge I
we..used to hear about the worst he would'paly with the other boys ,

F f. .'w.. hgnor- .system is; one o fthe. greatest boy i in town .and how he became and be happy and contented. Or GOODS.I I I It The home with the Big
1 things We*have to contend with sit for hours where Fly t
the first citizen pf the commonwealth he would S Sleeping Porches.' '
at the "University. That was poor ;
t ? It Is a good idea. Very ing Eagle was telling a., small t Tennis_ Football t
Another of lit- f
: judgement. rat of the conflict But soon
optimistic. Somehow, as we group t Baseball Basketball 1211 W. University Aye.
'erary 'turn, in describing a farm
older in the the warrior would go to the tent .
grow experience, story
.i r. ,> house, said: "Just behind the lacks verisimilitude It makes .a of the beautiful Nacoochee or t QUALITY, SERVICE ,A good place to eat. $t.t t. -
4- coming the back door Little I
house and ,up "Evening Starand Moose
t pretty story to tell in hotel, lobbies -
i .,, was a ten acre field." wish some i (and on the:'courthouse steps. knew not ,to i interrupt the love,.' I Baird Hardware t A Quiet Place to Study t tI.

ten acre fields would come up to then.
Some good souls may get a lot of T Co.o Reasonable Rates
i my back door. Just so not manyof Some time when the little f !I. t '

them come inside. j pleasure' out of. imagining that I I brown boy';- was standing on the '--''... ... .... .... ._.. ..... -- .... .... -- .
i the) would have been senators
I There was an ambitious rat with Bg! rock to .look for his hero the
1 had they been "the worst boy in
or"would look at him
'political aspirations.He was brave wa ,
I town." Perhaps they would. The gotten away into the blackness of
and sometimes he would smile at t.Mr .
t writing the crime- wave. -
on concerning ; gqod boy, poor fellow, always has the night on their swift ponies.
t which he had vague the little boy. Then a thrill of
to become 'a ne'erdowell The guards weie!* found dead
a rogue, littla
i"" ,notions. His main idea, Was that joy would'run through with their heads cleaved F. C.
J or a nincompoop. That is ,n awful Indian and he would ente into by tom
the farmers plante-1. the .crops, ahawks. The ponies had been ,
price to pay for being a good his play with .more enthusiasm SABERSFINE
the cost was more that the production loose-
turned Immediate
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boy almost too much.* than ever- pursuitwas
f ; :: and a great crime wave impossible.
; '. The We never quite believed. those One dark and stormy night,
I ollowed. reign of terror or ,
11 i i t tales.. The truth always seemed when the elements were thoughta Flying Eagle hurried to the
haft noth.
the Spanish Inquisition
tent of his beautiful
I nearer-well, here it is as 'our sufficient protection froman Nacoochee to lULLINERY.Big .
't ing
on wit it the Cherokees suddenly, see that she was safe and to in-
own put : .. enemy, ,
A student in short
,._ young form her that all
was well. He
t i
f; ; story class had handed .in a ;class Yes, Jack wuz a bad 'un in OUT heard Creek the in their despised midst.war-cry-of Before they the I found Little Moose standing in Reduction on'alltIILLrNERY

: tt I i.t paper,iwhich,was, a specimen: of an town; were, fully aroused the enemy had front of her tent gazing away ?
; introduction. The criticism of lIe wuz known as a. wild'un, disconcertedly into the night.
Swimmin'. Hain't like Jim .
i : ) .- the instructor was that it was too thas right. ; .. many "What is the matter, little one,I

I j; commonplace"Make it' striking," If there war a roocos a mile that you are so sad."

: ;i' :be had !aid, "make something .aroitx '& ".."f wuz ya see. "Oh brave 121 W. UniversityAve.
my warrior, they
1':1 : __... out ,of the ordinary The next He wus in it. Such' cussin'. an', have taken her!" I .

i, pape-i came in with the following fight ''f. +1-- We elected Jim guvnor yca"r afore
"Taken ,
1t.J. lead-"Oh'.Heiy'V! said the Duchess Hain't never ben equalled since last. : 'm my ? < : "" -',.
; ; dogs who are not fit to _-__--_'__',k,_ ,,
.k he. '<<
who up tp'thisjtime had taken no f W He's "blame- near thebest'un the Th03"1
"" foautifyl Their scalps
part in the conversation .._.... we've had..
k' t: ;. ,".. *__ rttf- shall! pay!" throw. ,Oh forgive me,' mv good
I io- J Now, Jim be wuz kinda the pride Jack's down at twelvemonths
pen now,
't 3' It thai t "My brave, Flying Eagle, I warrior. I let him steal your
1 : I ; Who Vas defined the o' th place: i past;

T- egotist so well? An egotist is the He wuz almost too good to be so I lIe ain't fr "from the worst saw the coward; Waho Hadjo' the Nacoochee."

I ; &man -who 'thinks' that.if he hadn't He fillus wuz goin'-,,a smile 9n his i -there, begad. ... Creek ness'with, dis'appear; into the" dark-, "Never mlndr--i little one- y.
f the beautiful %isrt s *
e11bctp, people would have won. face; V1*" *r "unny. But ( Nacoochee. have done enotignjtoisee.wjbotmdog :
ya never tell I .
o'l can
....de red why: not."I."I. !He never .played_, "hookey to .what .they'll ,be. > *" ',J gave pursuit but could-not eatch was.;.rHe 'shall fi pay witbT his
lm. '.
MS+: < SS&.ftJ fsi. *"Sb5 .., 1 had
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,< :. ocietyand.. i Clubs' PEABODY. CLUB' Personal w. -Mention" I Ie ''be.8 night me time within the. next fort-1 i- j i.

: I, '
Editress The ,Peabody Club called its Times-Union 1a- !

first meeting, on Thursday. evening I turnedfr, m'a trip to West Florida authority for the statement that ". i;
where he the commencement '
at. seven p. m.. in the gymnasium. gave George Stanly popular Gator ':.

.EECLUB ..ORGANIZED "LOVE'SOthswEE The meeting. ,was' called by Dr. address at Pen'sacola High School. athlete, has been elected coach at '. I'I

O. T. Woodley, for the purpose of Miami High School. There is na '>

MRS. WALL SONG" ON election of officers. Those present Mr S A: DowdteTl! and son Homer doubt about Stanley's ability. And', I )

;; SCREEN were very ative electioneering of Wimaum, are visiting Mrs. I. since he has had a great, deal of .

and soon had chosen the following iowdell this wek.: Mr. Dowdell experience with boys, we have

TBE'D.IRECTOR. IN GYMNASIUMThe officers: v has been heard to say that he was every reason to expect that he will : ''I'

:: in favor of paying the teachers be a ,most successful coach. He .:
President. Mr A.,Lee Work. .
-- ..
J> promises to do well
enough so they might always .as as Rex ,

The glee dub, under the direct ; first picture show of the t Vice-president Mr. Earnest P come 'to ,the summer session Farrior, Ran old Florida man who !

fcaof Mrs'Wall, met last Mondayeini season was shown last Tuesdayevening Turner., .. -:--=- will coach" the 1923 rats. It may i,

af seven o'tloEk, in the Secretary and Treasurer Miss'Nan not be too bold if the Gator I :
in th..gym. The title of Principal H. C. Johnson, oflachua
This wag the first meeting e Harris. vhupers that Clearwater has
: an
the, picture \ paid a visit to ,his high
.' Bommer and about twenty was'"Loye's*Old SweetSong" Sergeant at arms Mr. John H. school Tuesday. .* eye on .Stanly.,.Perhaps, it is ,not' +

:e members:enrolled. and 'the theme was' interesting Hudnall. ..:.--- certain that he will go to Miami II

'}ra Wall direcetdthe glee club throughout., Critic Mrs. R L. Hamon. -
"" aflo\t ,
The rumor is that L. L.
i IMt timer and, those of us' who 'There was a large, attendanceand Reporter Mr. J'H Wire. Principal Donaldson, : formerly
Thompson, Springs, has j
'here then, will remember everyone enjoyed the The Peabody Club assures its of Melrose and Panama"City, will. '
were program coach,' Panama
been elected as at*
club did. members of' have, charge of the High Springs
ww fine work the glee immensely These picture showsare excellent programs ity. Principal G. Baliard Simmons

.)fi s Myra Jones is the pianist everyone is cordially invited to schools next year He paid a visit .
a feature of the has given Panama City a
tie glee club, as well as for the summer session ,neet with them in. the 'Gymnas- I to his new location the past week. .
lie A' picture will, be "shown I good coach, if the Tumor is, ver ,
since she is trained urn, i .
, er&estra and a I next Thursday e i ening a\a -
fiable. For is wearerof "
Tuesday and Thompson a
every evening'
BBakiah with unusual ablity an 7:30. Be on time, do your part; Mr. R.,' E. Suggs will leave Sun. \
unusually good selection is the "F", being one of Florida'sbasketball '
&e cG4 tributes greatly to the success prom ,and the Club will do the rest. 'In day night' for Blackville, S C, t Ji ised 19212223.
:of-each organization. for this summer. 4 players attend the wedding of his'brother.,

Several'choruse; were practiced HISTORY OF PEABODY CLUB Mi. Suggs is a graduate student,

evening and the work of CLUB NOTES, 'Peabody Club was organized.in! Supt. D. H.,Moore, of : La tf the University of Florida and
1913.and R. S. Blanton was elected county, is on the campus. He is is taking advanced. work' ia chemistry '
outlined. We I '
tYe summer was
I the first president. T, E. McCall haunting: the Employment BureaU this summer. ,'
looking forward tothe firstpi.gram Do belong.to club the
areal yon a on
I was selected secretary of the new One of his former teachers, Prin-
of the glee club which 1 campus? If you do you must have STUDENT COUNCIL 1
Groveland ,
organization. Since 1913 the or- cipal Thomas late of .,t n,
ve' trust will be presented very something to report for the Alli- .
i ganization has been continues presides at the Bureau. > r
..... gator. Hand in the news of your (Continued from Page 1)* ., > ,
save for the fall term of 1918
I organization, whatever it is, and'. they will be furnished -to'all room f
S when due to the World War nomeetings Mr. Henry W. Fair and Mr. 'V J .
i ; let it be printed. 'ing, houses. !
1he'"I i'\ as popularaseverBS' }
were held. J. E McRee, representatives of-the '
ti I' Other tables have organized I RuJes',3. : ;
and continues to be Each .
summer summer the Club has American oBok oCmpany, are visiting
i why .not ? We should like Quiet hours: All students ;
of all those yours
meeting ground functioned famisbt.qno
.. .,. : and it. has the sumer school
recreation from their artasks. I i to publish the news of your table. acceptable programs. The must be in their section ,ojr theu' '

Music checkers Tell us about the ,funny things espective houses bjr eight thirty
writer can get no data further \Prof. E. C. Beck reported for '

fees and, other games as wells that happen there. If yon and your duty Saturday having been'dela'yeddue [o'clock., ,; '

riends have any social activities Wil-son Girls going to the library ,after .. '
magazines help to give ,,the to attendance at the conference -
I from a watermelon cutting to a t dark must sign up in the house.
students, a variety of pastimes. i merthat of 1917 L C. Crofton, of British and American ,
I movie hand"in the informa- ook on leaving and returning.*
party ,now practicing law in DeLand, Professors of English at New, .
I ion before Thursday and it will 191S York This is international Open nighur
DRAMATICS was president. In H. G. City an
1 l'' be in the next issue of .the All-, rfetcalfe, well known on the conference held for the first On open 'nights, Saturday and '

Give such items to Rus- Sunday, an'student must be in
: 1 gator. ,
Florida campus and principal of time in America, the last meeting :
4ittimor bo it that Dr Chapman sell Louise Pedigo leaveit their room" by eleven. j'
IXing or or ,
I Live Oak schools, 3ia selected an all-star cast forthus HI 8< Thomas. : A group of girls, not less than i;
: He was succeeded in 1918 by E. B. of Florida was one of four Southern -
.summer and that he has three in the group or.two couples, ..
Besson who received his Master's:: I institutions represented. Thj .
terted rehearsels. He.has made may go to town or the movies on
UNIVERSITY GIRLS' CLASS Degree form Florida lit 1921. F. Y. ether three were University of ,:
:BO, Announcements% yet as to what open nights. The party ,must j
AT. METHODIST CHURCH Durrance was elected to the presidency Virginia, University of North I I:
given who the f sign jn. the house
fckya wilt be up or'section
nor ... i in '1920 and P L Peadon in Carolina, and 1 University of Tex .
Vtaw are. However, we are sure -. register and must be approved by
You. 1921 Last summer, 1922, H A as. j
would have .to long
goa he '
from previous -experiencethat preceptress. .. ,
tothwill} be d.BLUEMOONBEAMS. way to find a Sunday School class Haseltine, of Tampa, presided. ,Riding: i!
g The president is announced Secretary George White is representing I
composed of ladies that would sur- present Girls may ride ,to and from I
in another section of this paper. Florida at the'Blue ,
ass the class ,organized at the '
town with friends'or
: .Ridge Conference. Rev. Ben, F. with a lady i
interesting to those
It be
: church last Sunday'morniii may in '
from thirty
car in .
seven the I
: who read the Alligator to konw Rogers is carrying.on Jfr. Wbite'ework I
Of course no;mere, mens
morning until six in the
until he which will
? 6 upwith who has charge of the club since ,
class could'.possibly measure ,
wishing to go riding with ,

:.. ,1wo members of the Blpe Moon this class. On the very first ts beginning. young men in the afternooa or l'

'Ctob.created -quite a sensation into Sunday there were 100 present, a .. President i < SecretaryT. evening must make arrangements 4

dining hall by appearing at mem 1913-R. S. Blanton '. ,' E. 'McCaHC. .or chaperone with the-; precep-: .i
breakfast on time. And they say 914-F. E, Mason f I. Hollingsworth tress. of their section or house., f'

tie,day of miracles is past! summer. The high standard of eX- R& A. Green : Jra McAlpin !.

)V e are happyto note that Russell cellence set- last year under the 191&: T.' E. McCall '- Fritz Hatcher THE EMPLOYMENT, BUREAU "" i,}
IS AT- ;
leadership of Dr. Bristolis YOUR' SERVICE
expert Hollingswsrth
'i King's: appetite is rapidly'as- C. I. T. ,R. Robinson ,
!icing he not to be lowered this year. 1916-W. D. Wilson ; E. S. Odom -
normal proportions as ,
Becomes accustomed' Rev. Ben F. Rogers is assistingthe T. .R. Robinson: ', R. J. McPherson The Employment Bureau, a reg- :'
and "
? to the more are class ,this ye rA committee 1917-L. Q. Crofton e Walter Roberts tF. ular institution at the Teachers'
: unusual surroundings. ,
*"'&r Kimmel's beaming oluntentoce -I to nominate officers for the en- S. W.- Cason ; :', ;,. .- D. Miles College, is at the service of the

:' suing term 'was named and will 1918W. H. Reeves .W. E. S: .Dickerson eaehers! attending the- summer
of "
i E; was a constant source school.
I' 'I .
Principal Lacy Thomas + .
learned '
until it was who will be in
charge oi: the' TaU
committee was also .named. R. C. Johnson I
I tJrls: wife H. R. .
arrived Wednesday, .
on j
lahassee schools
next ,
consultation year to sue. "
This committee in 920-F. Tft Durrancew J. B. Walker
Jtnd will take her place at our ceed R. M. Sealy who
is the
has ,arranged to 'E. F, McLaneP. new
; with Mr Rogers H. C. Johnson '
henceforth I high school inspector, has been
& have a series of lectures.on the 1921-E. F. McLane H. Briddle ,
Jack: McDonald is fast becoming to
engaged take charge of'this
[proficient in handling thp water general. theme of modern problemsas H. O'Bryant ,. N. B._ ArmstrongW. I rvtce. Principal Thomas is' al-
sub- r
them. Th J Bullock: .
Jesus saw 1921-G. B. Simmons *
[Pitcher, much,to Prof. Beck's con- vays ready; and willing to' help e j
24th is Jesus Lee Wo-Jc
ject for Sunday, June K. B. Hait ;
|sternation. Mr. Beck fears thetustrpation 'I teachers and school'officers. His
and War, which' will be discussed 1913-S. W. MclnnisMETHODIST R. Ebinger ;
of his postiion. __ office is in the Peabody' Buildingand
$It l by: Mj Rogers, July 1st. Jesus andWealth I
is too bad we have not had his address is 1308 Masonic

primes' for breakfast lately. and Poverty. Dr J M CHURCH pastor Rev I. C. Jenkins, ,' .street.' ,

h They have been missed, particularby Luke "W-H! deliver the subject.l- .*tu"e: The on B The pastor and regular members 7 p. :m Epworth League in Ep- The statement by Dr. Roemer .

\ by.one of the chibmembers this' very important and lectures of the congregation of the worth all adjoining the church. I that a thousand teachers were

R Special music at table 36 has remaining subject; The officers and members of the
\. Kttle later. Methodist church appreciated the placed by the Bureau in 1922, is

fceased, due to the loss of a' pair will be announced like a to familiarize ;presence of a large number of the ',League will be very glad to have not exaggeration for effect. Is ..
If you.would '
tof perfectly clear rings. May you met with them. the literal truth.
ear with the teaching of students at the services of last 0 County superintendents

t assist you in the search, Ruth? yourself Jesus such. modem problems) Suunday. You, WIll receive a 8 p. m. Sermon by the pastor.. and other school of '.
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There will Be special music i at ficers invited communicate ,
welcome at any or all of are to
Go with Hawkshaw night as .Labor, Social Reform, and [hearty,
any services. all these services. We have a with the Bureau, and -t che'are ,
??d ypu will that pathetic lit- Marriage and the home, attend our .:
see School. cool, comfortable church: Come I requested to.filetheir applications. .
[f: drama! Fins in this :class You: will .bs amply repaid. 9:40 a. m. Sunday. '
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:ti /_ -:/ :, .: : ". $r ,' 1918 Legislature created the General Extension Division'of University of Florida to help'you and!

: .. it the State Board of in of all State institutions of higher .learning
; i! 'f', ). .f yqur friends. Through Control ( charge -

"i : : :, ,.', ) was "empowered and directed; to extend the outside work of ..educational institutions under its

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: ;1 a ,.1 thought and encourage eyery movement among the people for their jnutual improvement." .

r : k >.; .. I.' "" I .' In an effort, serve.all the people in the State, the EXTENSION SERVICE of the institutions of high

t : : f w ..' e. .t learning in Florida;_is made up of a GENERAL,EXTENSION DIVISION and an AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION -

\ :it 3'J .: r': t': DIVISION; and the GENERAL EXTENSON DIVISION has been directed to put? on any and

I t .' ::, .' all :possible and practical; activities which 'VII\\,help the people and which can not be carried on by the

I : !. .....:1 '. county and home. demonstration ,agents working for the AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION Division,

': consequently, you should know that the GENERAL;EXTENSION DIVISION carries on all extension

,I i1 11! :x. .,'. : .1- activities (allxfield work for the State institutions:; of ,high learning) except those .in.Agriculture and

I ?: t. Efome Economics and represents the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Education, Engineering and Law of
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the studnet has some refer.. person's name. All the possible
{ .' ence work to 'do, is on a debate, Continued from Page One) jokes that can in anyway be'con
netted. with
ith or wishes material for any purpose mingham, Alabama,..1915,'and was name have been
the librarian and staff will instructor in the University: of sprung already Try your wit out r
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professorship of Education in
e'library of University of time will permit. Th'ey. are willing I such results to the laboratory.
f"T: the University of Florida, which
is at the disposal of the and anxious to co-operate still .
position he holds, He attended .
I t! .' .. F student .body, and the,staff j is at with the student' body, and will assist Teachers College* .Colum .
; their service. The library con I in any capacity possible con bia University from July, 1918 to *

sists of about 25,000 well selected i.cernirg. source work and material.. i August, 1919, being given a\leave Patronize Gator Ad
I,. volumes pertaining to all fields and Get acquainted with the libraryNEW of absence from University of .
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Florida in the meantime.* In the grind Our Own Lens

; well balanced. Few duPlicate numbers I : ,
all .t 1920. he was made atingdean Pa-tronize
t I L are available on account oflack ,BOOKS IN THE LIBRARY of Teachers'college for one NODELAY'Eaifesille
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I I year and in ,June, 1921, was made. .. Florida
r f" .the library funds must go for' ,A number' of new. books are lean which ,position he now .
I L ., new books' in order to k'eep up listed "in the library from time to hold's. .. f""U"" ;' t '-
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The library consists' of open *
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hi' ,works magazines both current anddr' GAINESVILLE F FURNITURE |
'Sr the United States, eighth edition. r bound volumes of back. numbers, .Pailadin's! Plaint Physiology,
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the Baptist church cf'. his ,city, COMPANY V
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surprlJI '
had.a big for js in !!!
cities and towns of the state Catalysis in Organic Chemistryby : .
bringing Prof Frank Miraldo\ of, Victrolas .
tlr t t Ii. The open shelv.es are open to't e.f Sabatier end Reid. =' and RecordsD
t V patron of the library the general Feeblemindedness, It's Causes I Honolulu to us this morning Mr.Miraldo S
.f i \; :!! I "" ," public. They may be taken from> and-Consequences Goddard Hold a_ joke which set the, | 8. COX, Proprietor I IffigEigigfi
I, ., the' library for a period of. two The Heorlc: Age, J By> Chadwick. house roaring after wAtch he sang TELEPHONE 86 I
"': ,'"\;: weeks. The reserve books' must Fundamentals,of Fruit Production Accompanying; his own song onJhe !
t .r be kept in the library, or may be ,by Gardner: Bradford and piano. The: students applauded s $
Ii taken out while the library is IJooker. S for a long time, but Mr. Mi- 1 .
j, II. "closed. The reference works are! The Era ormulator, a complication raMo invited them to the. Lyric .
i not taken from the reading room. ,of miscellaneous recipes. theatre, where they couU hoAr ; SEE
I '!i' Current magazines on the reading I American Fuels, two* volumes; him again. I "
,,1 ., .. tables are not allowed .to .go out; I by Bacon and Hamor. The last selection, "Salutei VIDAL DRUG COMPAQ
i;; 4' back numbers, may be cheeked out Hydrogenation of Oils, Catalysis 'At tour," played by the orchestra VVFOR *. ,

fl'. for two days.. 0 Generation of Hydrogen. and was one of the most 'beautiful DRUGS, .
I 1 4: : On account*of the congestion In Oxygen,by Ellis. numbers on the program The' CANDIES, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES, _.
:! th .mam reading room of the library Exercises. in Physiology, by orchestra is well trained and tic SOUVENIR CARIES, 'frATER ANY'T' .
::1.! ,H was found necessary to Fish) !whole: Affect ujxm' the audience; PmfB; ;

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ORCHESTRA WILL .0.15 per cent sodium, 0.15 per cent\ A BRAVE LITTLE WARRIOR. little boy clamored down from his! necessary fame to'be proclaimeda "I

clbrine 6.05 warrior. But he was young,
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0.004 per cent iron, and a trace' pf scalp."* .. the village He would not need and when an Indian,lad goes out i I

.MEET MONDAYS iodine, flourine, and silicon.. And* I that post again. He would never to make his spurs he 13 usually I l'
A 150 pound man will yield 97 theft to Flying Oncowah.Eagle reported; the I sit on hia big rock,or lie therewith | given a feast"and sent away glor- J t,
A 'council j
', .WEDNESDAYSf pounds, of oxygen enough to make of w r-was called, all his chin in his palms, watching :iiously. Two days passed" then. i I i il
preparationswere : I
three and Little Moose .did not. I E!
,fourteen gallons of water 21/ l ,
; made, and'at daybreak the for his hero to return For.. .
} pounds 'of carbon return. On the evening of the I
as cyanide Trill braves started in full pursuit his hero would never return. I 'i

,f the auspices of Mrs. poison thousands of people; 15 Flying Eagle was among the first. I The warriors were holding a fourth day, when the golden sun" 1 ;

& musical director ..for.the 1 pounds of,hydrogen, enough to lift He'had whispered to Little Mooseas council? in their meeting plac'ey was peeping over the horizon at :
9 school the orchestra 4 from the 4.5 sunset, a speck of dust was seen :
r man groundp/' he passed: 'witlth big 0ncowah in ..
its practice Monday pounds of nitrogen in in the valley; far away.: It continued '
t : every nytroglycerine .
bring his
"I'll ,back my Nacoocheeand the center. He was telling of to approach Soon, its ,,
Wednesday si3ht at the gym. will destroy a skyscraper 3 ( abe
I Yaho Hadjo's scalp. If I conflict. Little Moose decided to *
, )[ L S Green ,is the, director of calcium rider was seen to be- a mere lad,, .
rs. : pounds as much as in don't, you .?" Why shouldn't go there and hear who had taken .
, tf the orchVtra and plays first 19 pounds pf plaster of Paris; J.5 he .Didn't he' always fulfill his away has hero,vFlying Eagle. was hugging the ponds neck '
,1i tin. That sh*, is able! di- of as if exhausted and scarcely able
, an phosphorus, enough to mission and return is, triumph: ? ] The reeks had been easily --
to retain nis seat. Curiosity had .
I factor haY been well demonstrated make thousands of matches 7 oz. would
; Then he this time as usual = traced they returned< to their

t iy tie harmony ti,orchestra ,has potassium, produces a flame when But why was ,Little, Moose camp. as A party sent ahead, Fly :i aroused the entire camp; all rider.wer9' :'
pwUed it their several r-uahc placed on ice; 6 oz. sulphur, frightened, filled with apprehension out, to see mysterious i
ing Eagle in command, had locat- ,
ypearsnces.lPhe'pther. enough to rid a dog, of Bees} ; 3 oz. Why did a big salty tear ambush In a few moments the pony gal ;.
ed them. They were in \
. member's' a.v Miss sodium, enough to make .two Scans roltout of the corner of a moist I loped into the camp, and Little .
I awaiting their pursuers, having 'Moose with blood and
@S ene Graves'piatist, Miw Dor of baking powder; 3 oz. clorien,' little brown .eye and down the covered
sent a few forward with the captive -
side of brave little brown ch '.ek still bleeding, with an arrow
i W Rose, second violinist:, C A enough to bleach.a blackovercoat. a Cherokees
with-heat to the camp. The' through his shoulder, reeled and ':
German second violinist P W stow flushed ? It is,cowardly -I ,
had divided into two, parties. The 'H
tumbled off the pony into the dust
for Indian to
Bteek cornetut, J T Rose, Jr cor* Be live wire and won't an cry. *
a you Moose thought. And he 'wasn'tcoward a main party l.d slipped through a below. A black bloody, clotted ,

eeli t. and Jack McDonald'clar-. get stepped on \ : Flying Eagle had told valley to the rear as the smaller article fell from his belt, and ., .

,moist. him so once. So he.wouldn't cry. detail suppose to be the main rolled a few :feet away. A War- .

tie orchestra has put in a. plea If you would get ahead and But he did love his hero; he\party, had advanced so as* to arrive rior picked it up, examinedittanhl .

%.a. larger membership. stay ahead, use a head.<< would die: for his brave warrior simultaneously with those 11 L holding it up at arm's length,
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:'If you an play any of the or.. 1 1D or for the beautiful Nacoochee.The the dear, to give battle from bot cried, "BehoM, Waho Hadjo's I

..e Ntrainstruments go ovar ti> tJ18 trode sid:s at once. As the Cherokee scalp; Flying Eagle is revenged
little Indian may
'lm'and practice with the others. I. : Fashion Hint 1 I slowly out to' his watch post, the\greatly outnumbered their oppon- Nacoochee was near. She heard,

'. there" oust be enough material [I big roc1l. and took his seat. A rents a party of a hundred war and understood.' The beautiful r

OB tie campus to make the .Trchesfe big blade crow poised'on thd bare riors had made a .detour to the, maJden kreeled 'down in the dust. ,'\

j *,three times it now I of the Creeks to recapturethe '
as.large, as branch of a- dead tree and sajig a camp over the bloody form. The tad t :

is. : doleful song. Bittle Moses was sad i. capitiye Flyingr Eagle had returned raised a wounded arm to her '

It is your orchestra. Come outtsl already and another big" salty and was in command. As neck feebly raised his head,,,and. ,, !

. '. help it all you' can. If 'you tear stole out of the corner of his the camp had been left with halfa like Flying Eagle, kissed her with

airt possibly pl yourself you Jittle brown eye. A black. bird, a hundred warriors, it was easily his last breath. !

? ;at least urge .friends to overcome and the lovers were once .
your ill The lit. I
< crow, :was, an omen.
!.LD. ." -, more happily united and had start4 s .
"t le warrior drove the crow away MusinKs' ,
l tbreturh when a rear guardof .
then lay down on the big rock and I
$0. YOU kNOW WHAT the, Creeks were encountered If some Gainesville young,wom-
vied himself to sleep. How long
YOU. ARE MADE OF but he The same Yaho Hadjo had attacked fn had intelligence in proportion
." he he did not know.
1 1 slept of Flying Eagle and mortally: in* to iheir: beauty they' would be ..
I was awakened by the _trample .
you know the constituency Qt&t66 horses feet! in the valley below. ured him. Nacoochee was recaptured world beaters. ,
the from chemifMi and taken back to the We don't like be *
hufban\ body & I The warriors were returning. His say :we to

l point of view, Well, here it is. I I :.... trained' eye could' make out camp. The Cherokees followed.. flattered 'but if the photographer ...: ,
S rather ong lying Eagle with them in sipteof does not get a picture which flatters
; e fcf the figures are ? a girl on one" of the horses. His t
iwtEng. tI is made of 65'per heart leaped into* his throat and loss of blood* Nacoochee was us 100 per cent we hunt an ,

;Wit oxegyn, 18 per cent calsium, doubled its action. Nacoochee was regained, embraced in Flying other artist s'i t

f 16'per, r"tfogen, 2 calsium: r per ,'PteT uti with his last, breath. The Cherokees '+
per cent .., deeper .than ever, and beat slpwer why not include. chin 'music? **
J i-t phosphorus 0.35 cent % !\; then returned to their camp '
No was riding perfectbosses
I than ever. one A lot of men. who are
; Nacoochee.
with but not the same %
laUsshun, 0.25 per cent sulphur, her- side like her
I \- real close by that had at the office have >a .perfect '
beautiful smiling'maiden
: '-I IWe .A [ over would., Flying "Eagle had not : boss at home. I IBill'If
been there before
Fix 'Em, Rent 'Env and V" returned. ., 1 '
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stunned, -
Sell 'Em. Little' Moose was. ID" \
\ tionless. He sat on the big rock silence, then went sullenly to .his Bfll's SOn following
off into tent For two dayshe could not Lhi sfather'a footsteps? -
VNDERWOODSp9WN if in a stpftr, gazing ? I
tie skies. Had his god deserted be induced to play,.:but spent his Bangr Yes, hev takes after. hiS .

Not only does Fashion favor gray with his mother. .. *
away Bus time in the woods jpony. : v > ,
but shegives to the color names that him? Had he taken "': -4If ;

$3 .are attractive and suggestive. Evening hero, Iefthim' in the, hands fhe >Then he disappeared. His pony was '

--}:; mist is the gray ,selected: for this Creeks. or sent,him to his' happy I gone, his bow and arrow, and he 'Bill What. is* the,most dangerous
straight line, one-piece of flat crepe, rations. Previous *
kE SHTPMAK'WARD BEJBTJH.Tfactory with long narrow collar and deep vest. hunting? grounds But Little had taken some- body of water ,known?_ _

rood*. rebuilt like 1EuJ' The straight gathered panels! ,'' which! Morose had"&en"taught not to be preparation showed* that i he had N w.we suppose we,_. 'should '
I&rments, practically sane as***fr "
outlined with but had' wandered
I fall below the hem, are always not befen captured
S Ten days' trial his god, ""
rears. braid Meditun size angry ,wth :- The write "waist deep in'June. !y"- .
Phone*132 :- I in self-color requires -, best of his own ffee.will. !. .
iie:thought '
'. 36-inch material. did -" '
54 matrimony
yards gone Bang -The sea .
Bloodworth' .Typewriter Dress No. 1466. [ warriors decided that he
Pictorial. reason
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golf fors exercise
r'dture'the plays : -"* ,
,;: and Repair Co. .Sizes, 34 toi2 inches bust. Price of' reverie the on a hunting trip to \
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,- spirituality of the meeting and the
': x Advanced Standing Co m1ittee. Saturday sincerity _of the address. Week Ending June 30th
J. .: Peabody Hall-Room 24. Dean Norman wishes it clearly Vesper services are the most
It t. :1' :. Office hours: understood that all changes pf beautiful institution of- th3 sum- Sunday June 24, 6:15 p.>> m. Ser- Leader. ,

.I-. ,', Y. Dr.'Fulk 9:00-10:00: daily. courses. must be made. through the, mer school and a source of inspi-.. vice, in Gymnasium. ,. .ReV. T',' V. 6:40 p m. Story Teller's Cfc
', Dr. Crow 3:00-4:00" daily, except office. ration which will last;, throughout JfcCauL between dormitories.
t ti '- the -week The services start at Monday, June 25, 7 p.in. Chorusin : 8 p. m. Chorus Practice, Mi
: :!. d I >_. MB. ROGERS LEADS I'.coming generations. Can /me seethe 6:30 and are Short enough to 'enable gymnasium,.Mrs. Wall, iea.ier.T : Wall!, Leader.
t : '. Continued from Page One) manifestations of true altruism anyone who wishes t6 go to p. m. Meeting of Preceptresses, Thursday, June 28, 7 p. m. Pe

',' ; .:I i :. I ;and searching tirelessly for,:food ., aThe town to church. Rev McCaul of Buckman 44. & I t .. body Club, see program.

"i ,'I!r for the babies; They teach the perfect example of altru. he Baptist church will lead the* 8 p m Students' Council Buck- Friday, June 29, 10a. m. Cha
'j ; young to fly-and Jo be.independent, ism is the Son of' God who gave. services next Sunday. Everyone man 44. el,-Mrl: Roemer. .
,: 'ti .' '.they: ward off intruders i often, His. life that we might live. is-- urged jo come you will be the Tuesday, June 26 10 a*, m. Chap." 8 "p. m. Social in gymnasium.
1 +II. t: ; risking $death for the safety. of Mr. Rogers showed how Christ loser if you stay away.. el, )Ir. Little subject: "The. Marksof Mr. Thomas has the Emplo:

\pit, ", these dependent upon, them. had met the requirements for success .. : .. .dIII oi a. Teacher.! ent.; Bureau -open every, day D
I I' ,. All human institutions, soeietiesare in no walks of life he had 8 p. m. Moving Pictures in Manchester leads playground a
t' .'". '....'. products of altruism ran con*J JJ I f made' no efforts to read" in any 1.oiio F. STOCK I Gymnasium. tivities every evening rignt >ti t
; r- ..tributes to poetry all his xper-. tning. Yet, His spirit dominates Wednesday, June27, 6:45 p. m. supper, and has baseball practi
J f' :,. I : epee' and aumulate knowledge 1,t civilization! His name lives n, Prayer 'Meeting\ Miss 'Johnston, every day'at 5 p. m.
,. governments. churcl.es and, others- while the. leaders of the world TAILOR 'i
1 : .'?,, .Man. i&*even altruistic to the pointof I mOVe and change.Christ' wag I
il .. offering advice jto all. j I poor yet*the wealth pf His love H AND '
I < < ..Tie public schools: are fine examples j j I enriches: the world. i I THE REXALL STORE NO.. 2 ,

'f',' ;.:' .of a" Christian altruism of I. Christ is the only perfect'beingnd B DRY CLEANER 1& 719 W.; University Avenue'
: I 1: man for the tax payer who derives His lie, death and; resurecl- i .
t I i 1; : : no gain from his ontribution, ion: is the only perfect monument, Phone 354 I I4I "The Drug Store Nearest the University"
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