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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 30, 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>]
daily
normalized irregular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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-- UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA'. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY JU '"E30,192, :;. NO. 3 I .

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Z& JHJNUKAKY i secretary; and Professor I I
]'EACH.IE"RS' Day of the crown was decjdely; masculine .
treasurer.
,H. C. Johnson printcipal PLANS FOR PROF. LITTLE OJt"THE
1 of Alachua Public Schools

ItI. FRATERNITY V' was elected, reporter. With the t, 'Tied Wit a double bow knot MARKS OFDIATEACHE '
the 'bride and of June made ;
officers in charge groom : :

V HAS CHAPTER HERE I their best efforts'and.putting. an ever forth increasing FOURTH ARE their way from the altar !" ..: ,

membership of royal The awarding, of certificate,* I ...r\ {; i
workers, this organization will t commemorated August the all i :
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The Upsilon chapter of the: undoubtedly have a decided UNDER WAY important month to the summer .

:; Kappa Delta Pi Was installed at 'fluence on the spirit of the In-1 r school student, while the first day Professor Little lectured. xom s

_: the University of Florida, on life in the College and on the i of school was September's, contri! "The Marks of a Teacher4 No. A "

: J une 23, 1923. It is the first fra- 'educational advancement in the t -TEXERCISES bution. in chapel on Tuesday morning..He. r

= ternity of its kind established at i state at large. AT 10 AJM.\ I In 'October, Columbus discovered proved his OWn stateman1;'''Prac

the Florida Teachers' College, and The Kappa Delta Pi has cha IN THE GYMl-' America which he claimed' in tical Things are theBig Things."

is a source of pride"to the faculty 'ters in such institutions as, Columbia ?. NASIUMPossibilities I the name of the King of'Spain. | Mr Little showed' Conclusively.

: and studentsFor.Qme ". '' University, University' 6 I I January ushered in the new that pedigree is a small.consideration

: ,,;jrears $>ast there has Illinois, University of Colorado of. The Track' year with clamor and excitement, and that, no matters whether

been.felt,*.ajjeeJ'do aij i honorary; .University of Calofy-nia, University Meet and Social At {i while, March introduced V a newi our grand-sire was a prince- pt" *:-a

fraternity in Ute Teachers' .College -i of Oklahoma, Colgate University :. Later, Hours ". !I i president. His inauguration was convict, our worth in life is measured -

: on the part of the Teachers'I! University of Alabama. ,, f.>=aNext 2.-:'j i as great_ a surprise to the newt only by our usefulness,r":* i

>College Faculty as well as on the Pennsylvania State College and I: Wednesday is the, Fourth ]f t president as to the public at large. Working folks, according toIr( ;
of the I "of July. The Y. M. C. A.; YYiv. Little Jan
part student and alumni. ,Colorado State Teachers' College are the only ones who have
Out of 'this feeling grew the' .University of Florida has the 20th,j., C. A. and other social organizations After the games, refreshmentswere invitation to heaven, and thereis

.lire that the College get a. de-I chapter. ..1'i are pfenning/ a big time I served.. The refreshments no chance for the loafer in cel-

1 ter in some national Meetings of the chapter= will beherd for the normal students. Although -! consisted of Ice cream cores and estial quarters. In fact, the mcd-

.- Two years ago earnest work i throughout the summer ses-' all plans in their 'details t were distributed while.the guests. ern image of heaven, is not V a-

,- began, and by .keeping eternally.at 1 sion and during the regular term.j and. definite inteicies hare not yet;I were going about from'pl e to* place where one'"can wear a golden

it the College can now boast j The organization 'expects to be of been' released to the public, a:-other.place? getting acquainted. with each' (crown loll :under palm tree and

of a chapter of the Kappa Delta benefit not only-to its members!general outline of the purposed i t play on a: harp of a thousand.

PL The local chapter was installed I! but also to education' in V the state.. J Ji !I day activities may be presented. ,r The party was hugely enjoyed.by strings. Heaven is servicea, place
_ On the morning of the ;Fourth ,. everyone. It is but the first:
June 23, |i The i where : God
1' on by Professor next meeting; will be held at t we can go on serving
.. Day, a member from the Univer-j\ the call of the president, who will at ten xftlock in the- Gymnasium j of a serie,I Iof similar sociafe andpromises and our fellow creatures doing
x .. i exercises, will be held, fitting to the much for $he rest to '
sity\of. :Missouri : I, give due notice to all members j, the things we are most capable of
occasion. Special: music will be come ....
The charter members present at I 1 : doing, the things God wants us to
4 the installation were, Dean JV'. offered: by the glee club. The I'I do. 'When we listened to. the .

.Norman, Dr. JQSeph Fulk, Dr. J. :STUDENT GOVERN: speaker; t>f" the morning .has not I speaker, we could. but image the

S Roemer, G. Ballard Simmons; been announced COMMONS WILL BE heaven mentioned by Kipling. .

-H. C. Johnson, Horace O'Bryant, MENTIS PROGRESSING A During the tft moon the present j "Where none but the Master shall "

A. L. Work, D. .E. Williams, J. j .. plans} of the* social committee in- !j! UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT praise us, J sAnd : .

J?. Williams, and fvr. J. Bullock. dude: a track meet.* This will beheld I none but the .Master! shall

z A complete list of. the harte'r V VVV on Fleming Field. The track: 11 blame;
I I has been dragged' level,. anj; will
members. ,of the organization. will I I And no one shall work for
.fcpj3ea"Fm: the next "Alligator. The. Student Council was Jnsion ijes Continued, on Page Four 4!l.- ... And. no one :shall World for>fame ; '
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3 -'"::.After tae installation, the- organization .1 on Monday,afternoon;in'Miss l.f f But each for, the joy of working

was begun by the'election :Berger's.' room 44 Buckman.: Under SJUDENTBODYWAS'ENTERTAINED From the present date the :And each in his separate? star ,

.:L_- of officers. G. Ballard Simmons 'a :discussion by the Council, University of Florida Commons Shall draw the things as he :sees ,

f':' \ principal. at Panama, City, .the adopted rules are evidently BYYMCAFRIDAY will be Under the direction of Mrs it, .

=$ was elected president. Dr.. Joseph 'v satisfactory.. Little criticismwas Sandlin, who comes here highly For.the God of things that are."

Fulk was ,elected vice-presi offered; 1ttle.friction was in recommended from Ala hua where If every one were doing his best-
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dent, A. L. "Work, ,coach at Leon .evidence., i she had charge of the Commercial at the things he knows best:,:how :

County High School, was named I I Hotel, Mr. W. J. BuModc, '
Desirous of further explanation .. and to do, heaven would be almost
VVV x' I j concerning dancing, a com- 1 who:;has pad extensive ..experiencen I
The Y. M: C., A. entertained Continued on Page Four 1
mitlee was sent to Dr Murphrev }\ the Coirraons and is quite familiar
i several hundred of :the summer
YWCAPRAYERMEETING
: .Y to discuss this matter Members I I ivith'the intricacies of the
of the committee' were Miss Vesta school students in a "gettogethergood business. Mr. and Mr}. Knott, GEORGIA CLUB'
times social fast Fridayevening -
n HELD Lee, .Miss Bullard, and Miss Vera who have had charge of the Com-

..CrewS. The result of this inves- The! guests, in the enjoyed gym. the serif*]! mons for the 'past twelve; ,months; 1SORGANIZDAt !

tigation; was the information that which andwhich will go to Jacksonville.; It i i. with '
played
The Y. W. C.. A., under the girls may dance with girls In of games were I much regret that the student I
to most of them,i t -
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leadership of the Secretary, Miss' their own college homes were body views the departure of th%I
because:
being more entertaining af meeting of the students
: Winona Johnston, conducted the :The student council consists! .of !I former management, as they have
first event
of their novelty. The from Georgia in the Gymnasium
received the best : i
prayer services last Wednesday representatives from each groupof always of sen. i
.Q the was a census taking in'which such vice, under 'their superv :on. Mr., on Friday: evening the Georgia ',
; Evening in GY\n.\ : t girls. They are represented as
.. Micac ,follows questions s',age, weight, and! anj MrS. Knott were in chargeduring Clubwas formally organized for !f''
service,
After :
short
a song here? must be answered the
Officers
why are you present term. elect-
the'scripture Mrs. N. H. Ballard, Colson .I last summer for h.3 first
Louise Pedigo, read
.. truthfully. Judging from andcontinued ed were: Preisdent, Mr. J. M.
then introduced House Miss Lillie Bullar, P. K. time : during the
Miss Johnston !
reading. ; some of the answers, truth, indeed HudnaH; Vice-President Mr. H.
the speaker of the even- A., House;',.Miss Ruth _Chaffie; must be stranger than fiction i winter term. During !both elf C.; Douglas; Secretary, Mini ,

ing, Dr, Clark,:who. is, attending Buckman, Sec E.; Miss Conetfa The most popular game during i these terms they gave Beth the Till ton; Treasurer, Mr. "H. C. (
and the student! body \
the Presbyterianconference in Lancaster, Thomas, Sec. A.; MJss the evening Was the stunts. The! University : Douglas; Reporter, Mr. Herbert ,
their entire undivided at
Gainesville and who graciously Barbara Stovall, Buckman, Sec guests were separated into twelve! and .en.-I Dodd.; ( '" .
Lion, cooperating with than tc*
consented to speak to the summer C.;' :Miss Carolyn Meadow, according to birth months;
groups best of their high ability, and There are more students from
,this hour. Thomas, Sec. E. Myra I
school students at Mist each group presented a stunt appropriate -
i Georgia during this than
summer
's nini.them first in all iespets. .
talk-was. inspiring Hodges, Brotherhood House; Miss The
1: Dr. Clark's very to the ftlont have been here before. The'j
V ; The best wishes for success and:! club
> Register Phi Phi 3113 E I "
im- Ada Beta -
lasting ; and
and male a stunts funny provoked '
were very Continued should be one of Ihe live FJtf.in
about the Vera Crews, Poinsetta j oase. November's I happiness accompany
pressidh. He taJked much laughter. "the
social
;hem the wishes of the student the life' f : cah pus.
as
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-first journey of !Jesus Jo Jerusalem Miss Alva Payne, Thomas, Sec, search for. turkeys was made in i I body and tha University. Nearly fifty citiz-of H Georgia

"_ and of .his subsequent visit to C; Miss Bland Hudgins, Buckman an automobile, the first human I{II were at the first mteiingl The 1
: -the showed how Sec. B. -Miss Bernice Billipgs. exhibition. The Mrs. S'andlir\ and Mr. Bullockare ,
Temple. He just ; motor car ever. on meeting was open .by Mr. G.
k
-as, Jesus parents, taking His i Thomas, Sec. B.; Miss Lorace driver experienced alt the.troubles experienced in their fine of L. Perryman of -i'ittGeorgia.He ;>> \

presence for granted, lost Jesus Peple, Thomas, Sec. E.; Jfis* peculiar to an ordinary steel car, II work, and are sure to give their spoke with entiuslaam on tha

so now people get careless and. absorbed Vesta Lee, Florida HaH;. Miss I as she had to crank her car sev- patrons the best of service and historical interdependence of
:Mamie Thomas, Sec. D.; mend 2 fiat satisfaction. Mrs. Sandlin will
in worldly things .and thus Audrey eral times and had to Qeorgia and Florida, and statedthat
I Mrs. Marcia Rader, Shadow Lawnl behind have charge of the cuisine, while '
lose sight of, Christ tires. Santa Claus rode ; it was his iatention'to! make
Miss Kate McCormkk, Buckman; with his packon the management of the dining
reindeer,
C Then, just as his parents went his tiny in the this state \his future home; _-<-
able
will hands
hall be
Sallie Moote :
Jim
A. Miss ,
t Sec. back.
find Him, ; his
to After organization
:back to Jerusalem on Friday
Miss Adamson; Mrs. William; Fe.bruaryand July were both MrButtock.. The general supervision :fJ
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who love Himtoday evening, the Club
*o, too do those will was entertained -
seek him again after they Fulghum, Campus View; Miffs represented by drills, marches,!1[I and purchasing continue lIr.I I at a banquet given at t V the t.
direction of
under the
< Jocie Parris, Buckman, Se. p.; exhibitions of patriotism. 1
:Tealiie that they have lost Him, and J I Sigma Nu House. There were ,
It fs
Graham certain
g Mrs. A. ,B. Carrier, Mrs. Eoerfle; April, "April Fooled" the audi-j Kline that >
: abouVjaxty .:
This was the first meeting conducte4 ; i I will continue present atjthh; affair I
the
Miss 'N annie .Harris, Miss .Jtt',1;%, with their entertainment. new management
but ence j I which
(i by;.the YWy. :.C. A. of. their redeces- ; was the/xxowjung I
; Norman the V the satisfaction f> 1
it charge of Miss Griffin, Dr. J. W. May was ..the.; occasion frf ]'t event in the young life of the I
_:wUlJ bey r gufcriy7in. Bartaaa iss Her Queen or BOn and no more.can, be. askedof, "
of V
Miss Mary :
'rest of crowning the May : (', .
ihia organization' forthe I : I
Continued
V aViEerecipient'them. ,, 'V. '. ; ( OD'P.ge Four)
'! 1.stmnn r. ,,4 ...;;/ Craig i Dr.: Littte. ...1- .;:: rather May 'King s. .a,. -- i .., '?;: ;'. \ !


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GENERAL EXTENSION
I : "j" THE Florida, as the invention of the Service Dept.

Babcock milk tester did to"Wiscon"\j "built ON vain -gtOWteg o.-Talae'

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: ,r'ij' : + + + + + + + + + *! + + + + t + BEGGING WILL IRWIN'S 1 And we sincerely believe that we have '

everything here with which to serve you,
\ ,: L By B. W. Ames j in which the Extension Divisioncan PARDON ] .Style, Quality and Value.,
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: be of service to every personin .
:what is University Extension?
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the state. If
you fail to get your Alligator
'' : What is the of .it and 1.19
purpose
4 < First, there is Extension teach make a noise to Horace Wilson, Parasols :
t what good does it do? This
ing, which includes all teachingnot the business manager. You have
Ut question .can perhaps test be given to students in- residence :- paid for your paper and you When the sun shines or when the rain

'' t answered by telling what it is I ; and consisting ,of Class Instruction ought to get it. But the editor has comes pouring down, milady; needs a para-
i; not. It is not a scheme for adding sol rainproof and sunproof with durable a
r and CorrespondenceStudy. nothing to do f/ith the circulationof and handles. ,Other
; acres to the college campus, steel frames pretty
., i is it j l Under Class Instruction the paper. Make your noisesto modelr- 1.48 2.48 3.00 to 5.45
{ nor it a plan for multiplying{ : ,
comes Teachers' Institutes, Club the manager.If .
the college buildings. It\ has lit. ,
Study, Short Courses and the like. .
Hand Here!
C the Bags
"f tie to do with advertising _
I ; university, 'adding to the number I IJ As to Correspondence Study, it is you have any complaintsto
1 '' no longer an experiment but ,an make about what was said or Beautiful models in !Patent Leather
; J., j#t of 'students' increasing the endowment assured'success.. This fact is tea.tified what was not said about you 'in : Suede ,Kid etc. In colors of :;:;and,
; or appropriation Brown, Black and Red--<
to by" both University instructors the columns of the Alligator, thens '
\ :::1' University extension is simply ,
1.75 to 3.48
enthusiastic stu : ,
and
the time to see W. Russell] f \.4
organized effort to increase -
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dents. Courses may be taken for King, the editor. Of course, it is
"j the effectiveness* and the scope College or High School credit, oas barely possible that he will < Phone us'yo wants. W0 cater to
of University's influence, and the best, and sell the highest
Courses subjects
Reading the
change a word or two in one of
of merchandise to be had.
teaching by protecting, as it were, heads i quality
ranging under the different
Will Irwin's sonnets, which be- v Special delivery service to the
the institution Its
through
i space. Commercial Courses Civil
# as gins: University.A ,
I l actual field of activity thus ex- Service Courses, Agricultural

: F' lends to the boundaries of the Courses, t Review Courses and 'To just one girl I've f tuned my Complete Department Store!
commonwealth which supports it.
;44i Special Courses. sad bazoo, .
: The poet. tells us :that "A man's
j The Package Library Bureau, Singing*, my pipe-dream off as
; reach sheuld his
I exceed graps,
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including Travelling Libraries and it occurred, I -
"Or what's a Heaven for4 The
!; I same .thing ma'y be true of insti Extension Library.Service, are established And I've tipped the straight talk And my man Murphy's strictly It seems our old friend W. J.

l- i tutions. If"then, the !student to supply the needs of every word, J I union-made, Bryan is the first individual to

i!! body on .thecampus be considered schools and communities which And if you don't like ;it you I You are a bargain, but it seems take the Darwinian theory as a,
f" 0 lack adequate library facilities. know what to do." a shame, personal insult.
1 a university's "grasp, by a slight I g
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t effort -of the imagination the extension They supply information on all Perhaps you think I've handed out Your thin-tank's' full of b

J I' service may be conceived present day tdpks of interest ana to you Truly, bbleS.1
current affairs. The Travelling An idle jest, a touch-me-not, w. It has been said that a lot'of
t I of as it "reaches. .
Libraries are a collection of absurd, J men marry to acquire a father...

M 'f f- clearly A modern three State tasks University to perform.has It books, arranged according to As any sky-blue-pink canary bird Vagrant-3I\ !ing 1! in-law who will help them out ofa

I grades, and sent to schools to Billed for a record season at the hole. But they fail to take into -
must instruct students who come -
'I' i loan to the Children: supplying the Zoo. It is a. poor straw hat which consideration that they also
tp it. This, was the first and is
{ needs of a school or community has not lost' some nf its white- acquire a mother-in-law who can -
always the prime function of a I
library. The Extension Library If that's your guess you'll haveto pess by this time.It get them in a lot more holes.
J university, organized as it i* asa
I : company of teachers ani learn Service furnishes Story Books guess again," etc. is certainly kind for the __H ._ _
i to teachers and Reference Books young people to give their par-
ers Second, it must do its part
fn the discovery of dew truth for I I for Club and Correspondence That reminds me, have you ents the benefit of their exper

F i i. the advancement of kitroledga and I Study students ever read the hoodlum's love-let ience. S H. 0 E S

civilization. And finally, it must: Other features are Plays and ter to his Mame and her reply? It frequently happens that yon 0 .
1 Recitations, Talking Machine find a girl who has more clothe--?I
mobolize its resources for th \ .t direct and immediate service of Records, Bulletins and Surveys of "Gum Drop: Your tanglefoot bas than brains. I

;1 : the State whose creation it is. State-Wide interest. got,my game, e. Economy is declared to be the .
i Gainesville
i In its teaching and its research If there is any question that you I'm stuck so tight you cannotshake road' to wealth but the majorityof ..o 0 "
4 us would rather take Ie- -
the catch, I the ; eo
J.; on the campus, it is looking to wish information about; any ser- .
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!I ;( : the future; aiming at results i ir' I vice that you desire for your I It's; cruelty to insects-honest-? tours. E Florida E

f -which. become fully evident only I r community or school; write to the JMame,- i There is. no quicker way in the
r when) the younger generation .has 'Extension Division-that is what So won't you join me in a tie-up : world to bring a thing to an is. S HOE S

I achieved responsibility and leader I it is for: Secure copies of the match? sue'than to tell the truth about it.

i ship. In its direct service to theState various bulletins for your future If you'll talk business, I'm your

it, seeks to put the knowledge reference-they are yours for the lemon pie. Today's 'Vaudeville Patter --.-
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; which is at the command of asking. As the old sign goes "If Please answer and relieve Biff-Is your new stenographerpretty --

its staff of specialists immedia- you don't see what you want, ask AN; ANXIOUS GUY." ?
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\ tely at the service ,of the genera- for it'- Bang-Pretty, you ask. Why J. W. McCOLLUM &. CO.
: tion which is already<\ doing they \ "P. S.-You are all right but-you. I Iwon't. when she gets on a street car DRUGGISTS

: 1 work of the world, too busy to BULLETINThe *do the advertising is a total loss. THE REXALL STORE

t ; seek out university classrooms andlaboratories You may be up a hundred in the i Agents for
Liggett'sand
for long periods, of work done by the Experi- shade, j Whiskers are about as much out f Norris '
residence instruction, but. eager 'ment Station which is 'part'of the But there are cripples livelier I I of date for men as' I Candies

I to keep in touch with the best of University of Florida has been than you, are for women. hoop-skirts,1 1 Gainesville Fla.

} knowledge that a growing institution known over: a rather broad terri- ---. -- --- E
j has to offer. tory for some time. Perhaps it

\ This' direct sad immediate ser- first found itself in the columnsof /

f '. vice to the citizenship of its State the newspapers on our northern

i has come to be known as "Uni neighbors, when it began the fight t

versity Extension. It seeks in against the citrus canker The YOUNG ,

its widest sense, to put the resour- success of that campaign still fingers LADIES !

ces o fthe State's greatest educational in'th minds of many. And

J' i : plant in an organized way, then no little publicity was given

t: !, at the disposal of the State, here Florida because of Mr Scott's soft :

{ I ; and now. pork experiments The packers WE ESPECIALLY' CALL YOUR ATTENTION'

j ,For years ago, the University have not forgotten those experiments .. .. ;;

It; of Florida, began this work in a Now Bulletin 165 promises ( .J
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: 1 I t; small way. Under the experiencedleadership according to Mr 'Smith, to be To those snappy BILLIKEN Slippers "

-, ii j of Prof. B. C. Riley,' a landmark in the control of the :

I, 1 formerly Field Organizer of the'I boll weevil, a devastating pest; and Oxfords in combination r 1
Division of the University and solid.
\ Extension that the government has been trying 1

) I ; and Organizer and Director : to control for years Truea colors \ j

:j of. the General Extension Divi certain county agent in Texas, 4 .
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I j sion of the University of Arkansas :put forth the same ideasten "

;J I. ; and through the hearty cooperation years ago, but he failed to foIJo-H ,. -At $5.00 cash "
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of the faculty, the extent
up these idea's. The Norse, man, .
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)t t and value of its services have historians tefl us, discoverer

t J steadily increased, until this America about 1000; still Columbus F

il"j' there is no county in the state I gets the credit and America
)\ (1 J which has not been touhed bj the name Langley is said to have : TheB. M. Tench Shoe Store '.il

I one of the many bureaus of tht invented an aeroplane; still Wrigt .
; present Extension Division. Brothers have the name. And -F

I There are many and varied wayst the Florida Experiment Station-' ,

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":' F. s. MCLAUGHLIN, Editor was'visiting the Teachers' Football Baseball

.'" ._. '.'.. '. ,' Employment Bureau, ,Wednesday.. Hardware of All Kinds ) ; '

>:f'**.': With Dr. JosSph Roemer Tues
.. the best .Fresnman'foo. next spring. ,Men who have an day in Jacksonville ,spent See Us \ II.! i.
::..'.> ball team in the South and the mar adequate knowledge attending a !
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of Y.
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.,' ', jority of the splendid 192'.yarsitf' area not hunting for. jobs in THE THOMAS COMPANY
:. =':-'*, to, choose from. Ccaoh Van Fleet Florida Supt. F, A. Hathaway of Duval ,.

,j.).", will lead one of the best teams in r county spent Tuesday and Wed- .J Phone 22 '

-3'; :., Dixie again next fal ., After the nesday at the University He called WEST SIDE OF SQUARE I ;
on the Employment .. ,
Bureau
: .J defeat on Soldier's Field by Harvard Tennis
takes
on a sort of international i
t ,. ;. last year, the Gators turned tinge this summer almost Little :Miss Dorothy Hathaway

.-_ L loose and: looked like champion. Down came with hr father, Supt F. \. -- :-.-- -- .. -. ... --_..
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every the faculty
on -
F f :: ship conteners in the Sputh. The Hathaway, from, Jacksonville, t. r 1t .
court Prof. M. L, cV\ "
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and Rolf Buckley,
L"i :', were notable Football enthusiasts late of next Monday visiting with hel t invited to attend the opening of the : !
1;f 1: :' are alreadY'talking, about ,a great each other Norway against are teamed with uncle Prof. W. B.: Hathaway an"ifamily. ", ._ t'' j
Beck
t ,:': :.'s Florida machine in 1923 Thomas, last summer's ann PINK AND WHITE I

f "';:: !The Gators win take a Northern So this year's champions; Dr. Woodtey spent the week I TEAROOM/ j "
summer tournament
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., trip again this year, meeting the will not be unlike the end at his home in Mohawk. J ,

t.F.5,' Army.at Nest Point on October two in its international aspect.past Miss Marion Garside has accepted :I. On Thursday June Twenty-Eighth 8 to 10 P. M.' I ; .
\ .}: This will be 1> followed another
8. by Mr. Tan and Mr. 'Hila lent, the, principalship at
an
r\'e, .' .. er major contest on October 13 Oriental atmosphere to the tourney Garside. I' 1 8VEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE I j jt

t i.' at. Atlanta, when the Gators play in 1921 and Supt. T. W. Price of Levy Co. t t
1922. t :MRS. J. B DODSON MRSM.. R. HINSON.
r Georgia Tech the first time <
y for a spent Wednesday at the Univer.' .... -,
g number of ------ --- I
i" years sity looking for teachers
t\.. t i
;:4': '' Tampa will be given a game The Faculty ,of the- Summei Miss Mary Sheppard went to i
E ,s: with the fast outfit from Wake i
: ;- t Normal issue a challenge to the Ocala to attend a board meetingin PATRONIZE GATOR ADXERTISERSi

f. Forest in North Carolina; and Students to a tennis match. The the interest of her school, Wednesday THEY PATRONIZE YOU "

: :.,:,*,, Jacksonville will see Florida. I Faculty will play a three, four, afternoon. ....: !: '

:r.. t tie with the fanners from Mississippi : or five-man tealIIf. the match Supt. D. H. Moore of Lake. -- i I ,
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f .. A and M The Thanksgiving I is played, .it should, be played in Co., ,,'
.' was calling on the Employ-j A CHARACTER STUDY. : f claimed his wife sharply. 'That 'j;
game will be.played with Alabama the future. in order to I''
> .' I. very near ment Bureau Thursday, I isn't right at all It is 'How far a
of :Pennsylvania, at I
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: 'conquerers make way for the annual sum- Mr. R. L. Turner, State Rural Mrs Henry Peabody had been little candle throws his beams I
J l':: Birmingham. The l last % time the I mer tournament, which Dr..: Man:] School Inspector is assisting tha talking. and it is from Shakespeare's i

r/';' Gators played Alabama* they won chester will be announcing soon I University in' the interest of Henry, lowering his paper and 'Merchant of Venice,' Act ".V, I : '

: 9 to 3. Dr Manchester should be able to I Rural Survey System looking over his spectacles re- Scene 1 I don't believe you ever I
., ,. The complete schedule for the pick: a fairly good team from such I "How scandal .
'T Dr. Watkins from Micanopy is marked: far a little will have a literary taste, Henry I
varsity follows: faculty: players as Dr. Sweet,: i
on the grounds today looking for throws; its beams""Why "I'm afraid not, Hephzibah, he
E: .' Oct 6 Army at West Point Prof. Orr, Prof. Goette, Prof. : teachers. / Henry Peabody," ex replied dryly i iJ is I

t. Oct 13 Georgia Tech at Atlanta I Rogers, Prof. Perry,., Prof. Fick I
Mrs. :J. Reid Ramsey and Mr.
F- "Oct 20 Rollins at Gainesville I and Prof. Beck. '--

r>>: Oct. 27, Wake Forest at Tampa.!! | : Dick Stanl'ey.were. among the fi! !fifi! $$

f i .Nov 3 Mercer at Gainesville I fifty or ;more who attended the I

t. .. .' o10 Stetson at DeLand I Did you know that the world's last examination given by The '
Nov 17 Southern at Lakeland I'i Flying Squadron. They report avery J; I
running broad jump record washej !fi 'jR
( Nov 24 Mississippi A. and'.M at IJ crowded condition at San-
: by a citizen of Florida? Well l,
';.'- Jacksonville .. I it is. It is held by Gourdin, Har- ford, about seven hundred and !R : SMITH & HOOPER ; i :
fifty taking the examination. ,!:Ii ,
; Nov 29 Alabama at" Birming
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I vard's negro 'athlete, who leaped .
Paul E. from New '
Supt.
l :. "', ham. : 25 ft. 3 in against Cambridgeand Eddy i Dry Goods Notions and Men's 'feariI
:", Hendry county is here looking for ;
I Oxford last spring
-- teachers, Mr. .E, F, Fender, !Ii \; )iiiH
I' LaBelle I -. .. !
newly,elected principal of -- io-
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R : Track, which due to our climateS Mrs W. W. Gay of Melbourne '

frill be more and more a major I Fla.; .is attending Summer School i H

"':' activity on. the campus, gave.the I -Daily baseball practice! continues and will receive her Master Degree 9! t ;
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<, Baby University of the South I on the University diamond preparatory Mrs. Gay was at one timeD | Ladies $3:00: Fancy;; Silk Hose j

somewhat of a reputation? this to games ,during the summer .. an of Women, ,at)the :Umverait/! IUi I 'j

year. Ark Newton; who won the Several opposing teams art ;Mr. Lacy.T a leaving, ,
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t ; Southern Intercollegiate broad I in view and if plans materializethe Friday afternoon to _spend the m" $2.29 ', .

i ; jump in 1922 by setting a new record Normalites will have oppor.1tunity week-end at Baldwin. ,Mrs Thoma.1 '

s.", won the Southern'- penthalon of seeing the Gator nine'.' will return in his Car' I'I'i I
'f championship from Leonard, of in a game on Saturday, July 7. I i Black, White, Gray, Brown,

Centre And then ,Newton went to ,After this they hope to be able Supt. W. W.. Sferuggs . from Monticello making use of D; ; j jy
Philadelphia to the Penn Relaysand to have a game on the, local diamond '
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placed fourth in the United at least once a week. ? : i 'f" xx.

States.' The Middle West was so Dr. Manchester makes special Bureau.; ",., iA'REAL'{ : BARGAIN 1 i
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*: favorably impressed with the request that all prospective players Miss Bertha Austin 'of the !:Ii ; .

Gator showing' that the Univesityot :' turn out regularly so the Junior Red Cross Society spent : .

Florida relay team was invited team will be in the best possible TThursday and Friday in the hall I' i

y : te the Drake Relays at Des Moines shape for the first,game. of Peabody Building. She had a H I

'? Although the Gatora did not place very interesting. display: of work y; "t

=r at Drake, there is nothing to cry .Prof. 'Metcalf, Principal of Su- and ,literature pertaining to the. ii, :"The Store Accommodating
'S about; for Illinois set a new wanee High School at Live Oaf,I work of the Junior. Tied Cross 1'n. : ;

'' : world's record in the four mile relay will. .deliver .a series of lectured our schools. !I Ix

_. at those games That will on succor football' the first of Rev. Geo. E. 'Whit: *, General- SMITH &- HOOPER

I i give' the sports reader 'an idea off which will" be next Thursday July Secretary of the "Y" cud E. A.. I

I f the: time that was made at the 5th, at 200; p. m.: in'the Gymnasium Clayton, President of the "Y" for Yi South Side Square

Drake Relays. He will endeavor to interpret next, year, have just returned[ from i i

the rules and explain the the Southern V. M. C. A. Student "

I : -: fundamentals of _the game. Everyone Conference at' Blue. Ridge, ,
; interested in this sport is invited "!
: Athletes are passing up good N. C.,- June 1524. They report \: \
I coaching jobs in Florida by'not to come out and hear these that the conference was ;welt at- '

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! i' and preparing themselves for the 0 of the Southern Colleges and 1i

I /' public schools. More calls for The class in minor sports, under; that the program wa instructiveand i
coaches comes in tan the Employment the direction of Dr. Manchesteris inspirational.It I
I .i:_" .: Bureau can possibly fill. doing some active work in Mr. White We carry all the Text Books used in the I

F I For instance, L. L.. Thompson will creating interest in athletics andestablishing tried is to rumored reduce his that waist line by University work. ALSo a complete line of ;

-; coach at Panama City, George communty play- .
at grounds. Several members of the long hikes over the Blue Ridge STUDENT SUPPLIES ;
I Stanly, has signed to Bach Programs mountains while Mr, Clayton
will returnto class will direct Field Day
I Miami, and Lee Work
Tallahassee. Rumor has it and in some of the smaller sought to add to his.. Both their general succeeded Candies; Soft Drinks, etc.
by -
is apparent
as .
4. They
July
neighboring towns on
! rumor is almost to be depended on of physical well-
Halt will alo charge_of the games on appearance UNIVERSITY .
I.. this time, that Kenneth: I .have, Monday Tuesday, beingj.; They: say that the wild BOOKSTORE
that W. the campus'
coach at Wauchula and pn
t the Blue Ridge
: strawberries on
' will have charge of' Thursday ,and'Fnday :evenings of
h Russell King t
'I' mountain, were wonderful
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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR. I'I .+ MARKS OF A'TEACHER"' Okaloosa. County Club and.the. "*
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I THE GATOR COLYUM }J N* Continued from'Page One later date in Peabody. Hall .
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W. Russell King .____ -. _. .
h After all the speaker'sstatement
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; :.> _;._ ,Horace. Wilson. _..___,...Business Manage + + + + ,+ + + + + +.1 I| ,-"Working folks are the PLANS. FOR THE FOURTHAREiV. v ;

"- :Mrs. Guy R. Stewart ___.,.-=...Calendar Editor 'I only[ ones who have an' invitation UNDERWAY '
: ; President A.' A. Murphree gave the University -,;'to heaven" is in full accord:: with ". .
I'I'r J __. Editor -
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i F..S. : -- Christ's doctrine, "He that would =
his text book library of 25Q volume ,i f .(Continued frcm Page One) i iI
! : rLouise Pedigo ?'__":_.-._.__.Society 'Editor the first of several sind- !be greatest .among you, let hi m, ( .
That
( : i' .i. .Features Editor in 1921. as serve." Mr' Little was rigM be rolled By that time it will be- ,
R. M. Hartsfield __. ... that from .to ,
it is
ilar gifts, and. hoped year :Greatness cannot be measured iri-I in excellent shape on the 100-yarl .

" ';i '... Mrs: .Mary-A. Trump ..-..Personal Mention year more and ntore citizens who are interested -'I material standards, dollars, acre, straight-a-way, in.spite {)f recent .J.;

Reporters; : Alice L. Shelbourne, Elizabeth in the University of FJroida will offer 'votes, hurrahs, or any other of rains, and the entire quarter will
' j be in fairly good condition' This
the world's yard-sticks or baromtors -
j : Ann Haskin, Lois Chambers LouisaGolc their libraries. meet will include the 100-yard,.
I' I ; Christ's definition, "He. that
time the University received -
the
t ,wire, :TSeulah Soper, W. C. McGhin, Mn At about same : Would be greatest! among you, let 220yard, a1Jd' 440-yard dash for #
the A. A. Murphree library, it wajnvn and the 50-yard, 75-yard and
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.. '' shim serve, is the only standard: men
J. l'c ji !I .f;.Lucy' ; "Jordan.,- ':. -. ," "< I the textbook.library.of the Teacher's; ,,that has stood the test and Mr 0-yard dash for girls and worn-

j,, f' r} ,--. -_ "----r' College. These two libraries have been Little's statement that only working ] -,en. Some field events will probably -
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, ;!' .,:"f +- + 4 1+ + + + + { +' combined into a special text book collection folks are invited to heaven i ia is I be added'to the event, as

t t" ',.. ; ., t : :+ and stand monument showing what true versionOjf( our Savior"s the shot-put' high-jump broad-.
as a
!statement. jump, and perhapsviheijaveiin' :

! ; II i : + BRAINLEAKS-mE"EDITOR .:: can be done by interestedmen and women in The speaker admonished hl and discus. .**-"' W*P"".;,,%.*"W."*"* -:

I ..+ .._ building a great library at Florida.It : hearers! to not be afraid of work.. some tennis matches were plan '=;'
1 '" ,'*' +, *' ,+ <+ + + +* +. + r. is generally conceded that Widener Well, what's the use? There are ned for the afternoon, but no "
: few cases of, genuine overwork definite arrangements have beer -:
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Library of jHarvard with its million and more, :
: :'\\1 THE ABSENTMINDED PROFESsOR .and We find that where one person n made concerning: them. :.;J
is the finest in the
volumes university library <
I I to there will ,
! works himself to death,, a hundred According some j
j .j-:} !. ,I I world. It may not be so large as the library die from idleness. be a social during the-, evening. .,
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+! !'a? 4! It may be, by chalice, that'some-profesdo: :! I 'of Congress, the Berlin Library, or'-the< The statement that appreciation This will probably be held iir the ]
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; H t ;1-, may read this. If'such be the cafe,*Iiiight I IJI Biblioteque Nationale; but it is a bettei I is the.scarcest thing in,.life, struc I gymnasium- There has been no .

I take This' opportunity: to quote .Dr:' Cox, py] I II scholar's library than any of ,them.. It a responsive chord, and everyon definite announcements made by =

;, 'f I; way of apology. When explaining! ''psychol.I 'would surprise you to learn how much this thought either of Jhe friend he had I this.the social committee concerning: .
not appreciated or theone who had.
; i!\i ogical reactions, Dr.rCox would;often :fay: 1 library owes to legacies and gifts such as not appreciated Win. We all know:I f Besides plans by the social '"'t"-;

; I Now of course I rani: ,not talking about you. those of A. A. :Murphree and Rees W. Edwards what it is to do something fqs comittee. there wilt be many private

' I know you would not act this way., But I to Florida. Book after book containsthe some -one and get a kick insteadof t outings and picnics during

he added significantly, another class just bookplate of some donor.. If that, is thanks for_ our service. But,,f the day. There will be special
after listening this lecture arrangements and features at they
to '
we
3 .. like you would. f true of a private institution it is even more made the following deductions: I numerous bathing resorts in. thevicinity -1 J

This particular professor whom I have in true of a state institution. In facts it seems, Keep busy, help others, not for which will be taken ad'j

; {fl i mind now (now, we are not,talking.about.Dr. that the only way to build up a great library raise or blame, but because it'a: t.vantage of by many of the stu

j'-I' t!I .Cox) is the one who, at the breakfast table. in a state institution where book funds the way to be happy Help folkslon't ,I dents. .

:.r I. .I[ poured the syrup down his back ,and scratched are naturally limited is for the Citizenry wait avoid to be thanked kick. but hurry; GEORGIA CLUB IS ORGANIZED i
on to the
.4; his pancakes. : the state: to leave to the institution collections fIn ,
: ; the conclusion, the speikerpr :
: : }ft ','The biology_ professor. was oin'I makei of books. fifteen questions a s (Continued fr m'Page One) "

i 1,1 i a demonstration to the class. In perpara The University will accept all sorts of tests of a good teacher: Club It was the, intention oflthe "::

J:11;; tion for this he took a dissected frog .tc books,:and accept them gladly. As'Miss Mil- "Are you sympathetic, and pub Club tovhave present, Dr. Norman 1'

i:i school that morning. He had another parcel, timore,. the librarian says:' You neVer can ie/spirited? Are you a broth r, who ia a' native of their-

f'I ,his lunch. During the biology class,' he tell what investigating student will need. to the weak? Can you really .b thanked but hurry on to avoid tin I .
tained much'to the .
fl' opened his'parcel to lecture on the anatomy The old arithmatic' text book your grand kick V of the members.disappointment The Club '1

t pf the frog, when, to his amazement, he father used in the country school may seemofno fn conclusion-, the speaker propounded Banquet, however, was quite a

J drew out a ham sandwich.\ Looking at it in i value to you. But to the man who is > fifteen questions, as tests success, and furthered the ac- ;

f g surprise, he said, "I thought I had eaten my Writing a history of arithmatic, text books, of a good teacher*' quaintances. the members ,
',; I lunch.'' I it is invaluable. Dime novels like, "NedBuntlins' "Are you sympathetic, and pub.ic It is the plan of the Club too ,
spirited? Are you a brother hold other social functions ]
during-
, 'I A "professor. of mathematics was passing [ will never be purchased by the I the weak? Can you really befriend a the summer term. All students 1

! t over a ravine, when }he decided, to measure, !University. Still they have a peculiar valueto ? Can you' look an honest: or faculty members who are from

I 1 its depth, out of curiosity. So, taking his : the'young man who is seeking to detErmine man straight in'.the face? Do you' j Georgia are cordially invited to-

watch in ,one hand and a rock in- the other, the effecfof dime novls upon the current love children Is'the quality ol fl i attend the. next .meeting of the
,M if your nature such that a lonely i Club, Which wilt
f he short-story. Nothing looks full be ,announced at
| was going to drop the rock, time it, and more ;
dog would
Iollow"you the
through the first
: j | j p calclulate the distance. After going thruthis md uninteresting thtfn the old blue-bac) I streets? .Can you be high-minde 3 I i opportunity. \

!, {i i! performance he looked in his hand- speller, of our fathers ; but if you Were in- in drudgery? Are you' happy i CONCERNING A BOY WHO ,
. 1: "testigatijig the changes in the when alone Can I .
r :I .I '1 there was the rock.. < spelling you look into the I WAS UNABLE TO TELL: A LIE
': I.Ii i I There are numerous other tales told of books of America since 1800, how could you mud-hole and see something el,:>% 1

f ; is i interesting character. YouV may'find .do without_a copy. of the'old' blue-back. ,spel- beside mud? ?..Are you.. strict withourself *. As Recited by the Ii f,* | V 1J5.L Dr. G M Lane
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t some in this column at a l later teAn l. lentTh (I> Many other good things that

[t i; ;. j if you are to add some to the collection, they e family of the Rev. Rees W. Edwards, cannot. mentioned were said. If: I Iyou' A certain father of a family to

j j, 1 jf will be very gratefully accepted.- \ of Jacksonville, whose son is a graduate of do not hear these chape? lec- whom there wa a !sufficiently ,,

i : : N V the College of Agriculture, gave the University tunes. you are missing something,i iso. arge farm, moreover a son in r
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COME. Of he especially rejoiced,
course we all gave
splendid are i
a collection
Is teaching a profession? if.youintended ; of 240 volumes qn b osy: but the things heard in chap., tys one for a gift' of his birthday .

: 'to be a lawyer, where would. you go for religion and philosophy. And some time i inthe el 1 will enable us to keep still busier a little axe .

; 1;'l i: .' your education? If you intended :to. 'h e an near fqture the family expects to present by increasing our capacity' for He then, when on account of
the business, it
University with the Edwards li business .was necessary for that ,
: l' (engineer, what college would attend? ,- ,
f i you one to see a certain walled
. I brary> of history and literature. What could, Dr Norman announced that all, town

; i the family have done to make the who expected to take degrees or situated not far, the axe having !
I name of been -
!s Suppose you want a job\to whom on the Rev. Rees 'V. 'Edwards better t diplomas at the end of the summer hastily seized, departs into .
known in the the garden
I about to i
school,should hand him their cut down
1 Florida
1 would nomand
campus ? Would
you 'go you state? What
could each
they have most I
t done that the fee as soon as possible. flourishing apple tree. .
I a i" expect men like Dean,Norman, Dr. Fulk and would have been more valuable to the youth I He also stated that Tuesday wa That one, hU home having been

Ii : Dr.Roemer, to recommend a' mhn whom I of) the state and more fitting to the memSory: the last day of application for the resought, inflamed wits wrath the

: said was good over a man whom they knew of Rev. Edwards than extension of certificates; hence all servants being called together, .
ave his "
splendid li asks
If who l
to be good? brary to be used by the bo failed to make application on might have been the au- .I
thor
university students of;, this
t .or before Tuesday last, are noOut w so great slaughter.
of> Florida? An educated man can leave no of, "the ark ,
We might tell the story of the farmer gift more fitting than his library posed to the fury of the new cert'-!running up to that one, "Truly ,"-

boy TFho"went riding They hadn't been It will not be many years before the nameof lation lawIt was likewise announced by Hercules, "said') e, "oh' my'

t rinding'long when he asked the little freckle SlJrphree' : and Edwards will not be tIle that the story telling father, I am unabt to lie I myself

faced girl beside him if she would' only> one on the bookplates of the club .would meet Wednesday al.seven cut down the apple with the little ;
nwry University axe thou gayest
in Peabody Hall we for-a gift: _
him. She would. Willingly. They rode'on safe to ,; : >,: : :
say that in ,
decade
lSiy"iixt J8 a Mr Cas ers announced ;
that do. :
for a mile or more, during Which time John n.s of books will be left to the nation of from ten to twenty-five a Just : -' !-1.ijjf:. '. '

was exceptiosa11y.qui.et.UVhy: don't you.saysomething state institution. These collections will be cents ,by each student would be lag beach spend/the day at any bath- ';
and
John?'' she asked. "I've said handled according to the terms of the gifand ttorial!' sufficient for the Sheafs Mem- convinced that it you takes will all soon kinds be : '

topo much already." 'was the sullen reply. the interest of the donor in education. appointed fund to and collect,a committee the same, was and world.shapes of. people t6 ,make a '

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and Clubs teachers, among them being PEABODY PROGRAM
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Society primary teachers. many Gypsy Love Song, .-. grin Mann

, A good program is being drawnup /The Rights '">of a Child"-a' ,

: .MISS, LOUISE' PEDIGO Editress for the next meeting of the July 5, 8:00 p. m. "talk", .;. ...... ... ... ...-.';IJ.I...r Rogers I I,

, ,', Club. All are invited. The timeIs *I.Passed', by-Your,'Window"t .
." seven-thirty; the place is the Bobbie.Burns Program { '.."-. .>. .!. :: .....y.((*.'. Taylor I : ,

PICNIC AT SUNNYSIDE xA PEABODY CLUB gymnasium. Sketch of Bobbie Burns .. "Bon jour'ma 'beUe".BXien1 : i "
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party composed of Mrs.. I-ula '; PEABODY (CLUB SOCIAL "My Heart's in the Highland" The Gator Song-words by I

. Bradford, Mrs. Lucy Jordan: The Peabody Club met in regul COMMITTEE Baritone,solo .C. L. Dodson, Dr. Woodley.Peabody. Club.The . !
fcs Doris :awr Miss Vera Meyers! session last in '
Thursday evening .
"A Man's a Man for A That"reading
its.Elizabeth White, Mr. Donal.imfeaU the gymnasium at seven-thirty. .\ President A/ L. Work ha4 ...... Louise Pedigo Ii
Mr. Cyrus Jordan, Mr.mis President Work elected atthe iJamed 1 /Clayton as Chair man. who waits until he i
Farnsworth, and Mr. Law- ''last meeting presided. The meeting man of the Peabody Social Committee "Coming Through: the Rye" is sure he'is' right before he starts_
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He' Fkk, composed a pleasant was of interest and instruction :MXVdayton has named to go ahead is in. danger of being y
icing group last Saturday being composed of a well- Misses Nanhle D. Harris, Edith Saturday Night"pantomine run over by thousands of others I -. .
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Senoon, at Sunny side Lake. balanced program. Carter, Jes/ie 3L Petrie and Annie Miss' Johnston. who are willinggto take a chance* L
eating was in honor: of the The regular order of business Rooney a/ his a ociates. Plans Auld Lang Syne", by the i. I:,

rthday of Mr. Donld Marshal, was- followed; routine business for a social are being made and audience led by Ruth Chaffee Post cards bearing this message : i I'
his account there was a beau- will be announced later. 'I
a matters were first before the I :, "Having a fine time; wish f
fll birthday cake accompanying house. As three officers were June 28, 8:00 p. m. '.
1 you were here" are beginning to i .:
e other refreshments. After afreshing vacant further election was ne- If it were' not for their auto-, Serenade Roccocco-Helmund 1[ ',I
[ ,awim and very enjoypfe cessary. These resulted as follows mobiles a lot of Gainesville people' ". .'. ... .. .....'. ..Miss Tulane 1 load the mails coming in.to this I
afternoon, the party enjoyedride ; Secretary, Miss Louise Pedi- could pay their grocery arid butcher "Announcing the Engagement", :I[city, from Gainesville people who ,

home'in the moonlight go;- Treasurer Miss Glissen; bills. a reading from ', "Helen's' are, vacationing., I IL

DoorKeeper, Mr Horace O'Brya'nt. I
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forth much oratory, electioneeringand JUST KIDS- What Is Art to a Kid? !
36,holds the record f1 orBine debate, as to the duties of the '
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tea. Three glasses a day office and) the qualifications of '- 7 7 :

the average. '. each candidate. Mr. Carl Carnes r --- =---- i ,:
Several of the members of the proved: to be serious, opposition; to OH THISS -SO UOVELtI .
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.Ue Moons are' lucky recipients Mr. O'Bryant. Each candidate f t T\lti1 I VnuU s ''Trllttr RIGHT"POWH ,"&
boxes from home, much to the poured, forth eloquent and flow- Ah0 --- 't'I f
of the others ery oratory upon their respective
'The men, of the table, including merits as qualifying them for this !

*'waiters.' are contemplating org responsible position Mr. O'Bryant <. I,:
a basket ball team. They having been in the game of politics

* soon be ready to challenge for a longer time, very subtly ,.\
ker teams from' tables in the and cleverly drew the audience toward .

him with his towering

physique and gently persuasive .,
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AHALOOSA CLUB :MEETINGWahaloosa ....nice, and finally won over his !' a ; 'f" f. "

, opponent, in spite, pf the hand '.., I.
Club held its first someness and suave manners of I It
o. ,g June 26 in Peabody audi- that young gentleman. The ap- : i
*Rn Otis, Mathis presided. preciative audience received valu '
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business was transacted. probably saved them several .
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hundred per cent attendance Especial mention is due to the vS a w '
these meetings was discussed. committee Misses Nash, S '
program
II B you are from Walton, Hoi jfewaw ': '!LL '
Pedigo and Dureden.: They should ,,, : .
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held in Peabody auditorium. by Misses Tulane and Chaffee, an:: .
. fices will be filled at thU by Mr" Mann, deserve especial! t. ttt

. Si; and the Club promises mention., They were very much I &' r
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ember the day, Tuesday, Miss Johnson were applauded j ; &
3. Remember the hour, 7:00 heartily by air appreciative audi J t tM \f i

iare i Forget, Everything. else. ence To these applauds she responded : \Vp"h'\ '1

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,1 !, ., -+ + '* I+ + + + + + | "What am a femoinenun- ?" his I about yourself\ And Emerson said that flex Beach was a summer might know, what was. going,3

J" kinky haired progeny asked of the that society is divided into two bathing resort! RotheI OB 1;I

I/ : : :,'wise old uncle. "Well," this old great tribes: the, bores and the -:
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, } oracle said, "if you see a cow,- thatin't bored '
I .. The next piece on the program suppose that you hare j a
: no phenomenon; and if you win be a selections "My Daddywas the late popular song, "I was 1
I I. : TEMPLE : wuz to see a daisy, that wouldn.t The selection of and Hawkshaw "
.. the rigln works a Confederate but he wore a found me. it}}
neither and if
be phenomenon
no ; an art in itself. For instance Union Suit"' been suggested that it be .an:
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+ + + + + + and sing "Home, Sweet Home," has' -
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, > Do that neither wouldn't be:: no phe Did you ever hear the fish story, 1 1
you know the value of a synonym beauty, than "The red seas full Some
. i nomenon But if wuz to see I about the fellow who hauled an folksr-thinl;: they are sing
1' : ? Some don't. A fellow onCe you of fishes." Yet the meaning is when
i : j!, said there is no difference between! a cow a-settin on a daisy a>singin* the lame And Tennyson' "am- I enormous nine whopper that it took I "in they are merely wast
1 +!' : 1! : a Vision and a sight "Suppose"ttte \"Home Sweet Home," that sho brosial orbs" forms a much more days for water to run back energy vain endeavors: !.J
;:;': 'other fellow said she would be a phenomenon." 0' .olorful that In the hole that was left? weave catWcradlea out of"'TO
'" t was a term plain "apples" shine." a I
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I r Was a sight. Which would yon L Lr A bore is one who talks about'hims '. I What kind of a noise annoys sr. ,

t j r f I'II think the most complimentary? l 1f when you want to talk "Wisdom is knowing* what to i i oyster? A noisy nois&: annoys anoyster --. ---_ 4I

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,he said not but?" I -Thos Moore Baseball
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that will leave it glossy. soft and pliab'e. Did you ever see "a literary pas And it prove fair weather" I .
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I carry a full line of/ .fa in.ello .preparations as if there were some meaning between and 'hyphloutin'you know that 'spondilix ----'-----= .,.
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specialize. in Marinello 'treat. by George Meredith when ,
he says, in "The Tragic Comedians STUDIOI
nients.- !I. It Was not foes to conquer, :
"Dots are the best symbols for + NOrth,
Nor sweethearts to be Side Over -3lilitls j
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rendering: cardisophistical SUbt! But it I Official Photographer fOf:
#A3a. I II tied intell gibte." I -1 That I was friends to die for the University of Fiorid
a.. '- would seek and find. Kodak Developing Daily /

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ululated or decussated a man, for
'. : at equal goodness sake, work j f
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Phone Soft Water ,Used, interstices between,
\ :, the intersections" j Represented
i A certain' ingenuous student 1 1Y.H. HAWKINS By A0 '
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+ Her golden hair her eyes of brown, what it might appear
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The beauty of heaven. has been ; what you were
found or might have been was not other- his! vacation, was, present. Mr

Will she,.as maids of days of wise than what you had been woul .Rogers has been filling the place
I; CORNER Pass on, and be seen no morel yore have appeared to them to be I during his absence; and whil the
+\ otherwiseIf students were glad to see Mr
White, it is to be hoped that Mr
Her lips were so near --'
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: Well, I can't make it quite so clear. tl J. S. BODIFORD I II

some years ago, -- Or explain it'to you. If the shoes fit, throw away I andCOMPANY
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ger,bands were soft and MMtes But her lips were so near, the cornplasters t> I| 0 '
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''I stopped to see-and left her. "J go tc concert, party ball- make the best 'of things is, ape'ssimist.

there. .What profit is $jn these? /
after I had gone away I sit alone against the wall QainesVille, Florida.
I wanted to go back to stay; And, strive to look at ease. .Mere doubt without any resistance .

[tee other like her I thot then,-, 1 is1. 'the" }dry-rot. of, the soul.i NORAH *, I
For no other was.so fair as she. I. cannot. check my girlish blush ;.. : :.-- f

been. My color comes and goes; I Knowledge's the most effectivecure .
I redden to my fingertips, for knowingness. ; and religion. Art & Gift Shop .- --Nom:- ;
\ beyond h that time And e"' for ,religiosity 1 i :
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I met an other '
Many a schoolteacher has Dennison Paper and I I
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the dove to himself: "It is a luxuryto :Materials
ite as the lily or ; That took a stroll with me .be understood"Somehow I Sleeping Porches. I
&e was the only one to me, Her mouth was waiting for a kiss,
For"no other wa sso fair as she. 'Twas plain plain could be.
as 1I 1211 W. University Ave.
le went her way and I went mine I think I have seen folks Milton-Bradley Books ,I.I I. '
that remind me of what the occk
And are long I ceased to, pine, i SoI slipped the nectar from her A good place to eat.
I says to the horses in Sir Ro ersiEstrange's t
lips. .
I've met others since that day; I As 'neath the moon we sat, I from Aesop: "Pray, Pictures and Picture I A Quiet Place to Study I
Gentlefolks, let us stand still, for .
We've stopped and smiled, and. And wondered if any other bird 1 Frames Reasonable Rates \ .
fear'we,might tread upon one an- t
went our way Ever drank, from a mug ,like I ther." ,i
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HERE AND THERE is what makes men and
earth; m
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.A goddes must have'given birth but sincere. .. y; y;
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these dear creatures,of the soil, Qi See our Window Di.splay'for' some of
The people who think alike are .
.Not. made to Jabor or to ton .. .rChesterton tells US' that "to be those who do not think 'at all. I the Newest Styles in Sho@s. I': i

is an exacting an exhausing busi .
Fast another one today, that
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So far bove those of yesterday ness"1 Woodman, tree .Q! We are showing some beautiful m- -
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he seems lovely goddess fair, ,
a Here is a sentence'that you may In youth it welted me. styles Qi -
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x .. .{Have you ever'be H called? : upon for a is under the influence of liquor'he wants to COLLEGE DEGREES:, 1 I son. Unless this'matter is attc
; ,ttlk, at a banquet; social,:party, or elsewhere. sing; when Spaniard is half shot he has s The following instructions shoal i{I ed to at once, no credit sh
} .; and not know just,hoW the start, or just desire to gamble; an Englishman, when be of interest to all_students work leading 'Who.1'I be expected. for this sumawork. _
already pursuing
I r ,: what to say? We have! al'ireen. in that fix about tipsy,* has an enormous and insatiable are to the Master's Degree or who I Alt students who hold col]
; f: 'and know-just how it feet.l( Ajnd.then others appetite; when, an Italian is not quite sober, expect to do so' Unless such I!degrees are'expected to meci fI
i '; when they.finally, ) get \n finer way, don't he wants to boast; an Irishman wants to students are registered,both with I I the Attic of Peabody HallMon'day
: '! know when' or how to '$\;op. That is the fight when ,he is drunk. An American, Dean Norman and with Dean Anderson II I at 10:00 o'clock for
i "1. whol 'thing.' ; A:.>few they eannot receive graduate structions about their work. .
tragedy of the days when in a similar mental state, wants to
credit at any summer scnool. I (Signed' E. ROUNDTR
r ','. ago I was reading an article on impromptu make a speech"* The story may, then be We are informed that many \.1.1! Secretary to Teachers' eon
: \: :}:; ;talks. Thfe central 'theme of the entire ar- finished in the most 'convenient manner. t ,
: :;: tjcle{ was Woven around two main features There is another one about the weary "
1; 3 oj the'al1er-4iQuer"t Jk: ."tree brilliant: ," and ,traveling salesman who went into a barbershop CALENDAR
1 : .. "f pe brief J"'If''brought qut: !&ie'fact' that. we for" a haircut. The barber, as usual,
: >-: can't aloe> 'brilliant i .fBtii\Ve ,cari all bet at least proverbially soL started, spinning,a ;For Week Ei i ing July 6th

t llrief. D. t- ; :,.': i't"! Y : *J yarn. Then, suddenly interrupting and.,referring I Sunday, July 1.-6:15 p. ml j Chape'' Healt i Program; 8:06
.'I The Alligator at its l few Services, in Gymnasium m., Moving Pictures, in Gym.
; :! has: disposal a. to the,haircut: 'Want. it. short, sir?,"' I
i E ways of starling an aft r-dlnner'or banquet 1 : I Monday, July 2 -7:00 p. m :.,. Wednesday, July 4-A HoKd
Yes," the tired customer answered "a '
mere Chorus Practice "Mrs..Wall Jeajk'
:t4{ilk. There is. one .wIii ic igoes'something ;.; Thursday,. July 5.-7:00. p.
7CO Meeting of Precepx-
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A : like this: ; resses Buckman, 44; 8:00 pi: "BVLStudents' Peabody Club. See program
',. [ It is said' that when.Frenchman, is intox-. We have our talk started all right. How : Council' Buckman 4.tt; -Friday July i 6-10:00 a.
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