The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 1923
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028291:00401
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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race.. Both the trial heats '
STAR WITH run. 11 were embodiment of the above. He REV. SMITH OF GREENS-
t*: 29 POINTS barely, nosed seconds out Johnson flat. Adams I I urged that all students who had BORO N. C., DELIVERED
t first heat, and Bradshaw the ;: not yet written to Mother, do so i "FOURTH" ADDRESS
had a The Florida Education Association today, without faiL I -
** The Summer School Track and I slight lead. on Nichols I.in the secondheat. I I will publish an official organ, Mr. White, before starting his Fourth of July exercises were ?.

F Field Meet put on by Dr Man I in :;ll The final heat was fun ten issues a year, to( be known as lecture, said, what a pleasure and I held in the gymnasium on Wednesday ;:
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chester's class in major sports the 1-.1Q. Bradshaw morning at 10 o'clock. Rev.
barely, 'The Journal of the privilege it was to be able to talk I :i iI
afternoon of the Fourth was well winning over Johnson, of Florida" Education I and work' with the Summer School Wade C. Smith, of Greensboro, N;

attended. A last and clc.se 100-I Roy Holt- ,Johnson and Adams, of Leosburg, Association." :Mr. Ov 1.1 .students. And he went on to say I C..was the principal speaker; his !I

)j&rd dash, King's feature two- I stumbled just as he I Woodley has been named as editor. that the University put forth by I I address was centered about the '
and Miss Sollee marked crossed the line or he would have j}: He is theme "Real Patriotism."
miler I | also the Executive Secretary teachers to send worthwhile boysto ;
superiority in the sprints were the won, second. There was some discussion (I of the Association. The first the University. I I A violin overture opened the ex- :'

ieadliners of the afte-noon 1 as to second' and 'third issue of the new publication will Mr. White took his text from ercises of the morning, followed '

t Miss Beatrice Sollee (.f Souli: places Bradshaw as it was. j! appear in September.- Daniel l; "They that be teachers j i by the singing of ."America". by

Jacksonville, a, sister to Arthur ther jumped an ,inch far_ Members' of the staff of the shall shine as the brightness of the :the audience and the chorus. Dr:

Sollee, former Gator track capptaro than Maurice Langford and I "Jol1rn IH will"be selected from firmanent; and they that turn T. R. Leigh read the scripture i'I

f was easily the lady star of took.. ;the broad jump. By almost ,representatives of the Universitythe many to'righteousness, as the I passage followed by a prayer. The

the meet. By winning five first ).Continued on Page Six) I State -College for Women, Continued on Page Six) Summer School Chorus, under the
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and a second she took 29 points, Stetson University, Rollins'College leadership of Mrs. Mabel Wall, /;:

,more than ,twice as many as, her Df. Southern College the University sang_ *'S out and Triumph" after ,
" nearest opponent, Augusta Dodd, ROEMER ON THE Extension, Division, the Smith- DR. CROW ON "REN-which Dean Norman introduced', ':

t' Anthony, whose 11 points placed Hughes Department the speaker of the occasion, Rev. :
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her second. Rosalie Wallace, I FLA. EDUCATION High School Department. With DER UNTO Smith. '"
If Rev. Smith opened his speech d
i of Wauchula was thrd with 10 such ,a cosmopolital staffrep. -;s
C'HAPEtl bringing out the fact that
by r
points. Kate McCormick of La resenting
every phase of education TUESDAY .
ASSOCIATIONDr. patriotism is too often 'an',occasional .
t Belle, had no trouble winningthe in the state, the Association ;
matter, to be brought out .
--t on '
basketball throw with a distance should be able to edit a paper '
special occasions, with a shputtantiCthe
of 63 feet. Thelma Gates which will be of interestand in'
The Chapel
c Joseph Roemer, Assistant supreme Tuesday was
waving of a flag, :then Jo be>,
! gadded 5 points to Wauchula's total Dean and Professor of Education, help to all interested in educa- charge of Dr. C. L. Crow. Dr.t put back on the shelf and. forgot t j

:by placing in all three of the chose "The Florida Education A3*I tion in Florida, or general. Crow opened his address with ten and neglected until .some ,occasion :

k' ,dashes, I sociation" for his subject at chapel The "Journal" during the coming scriptural statement, "Six days I j demands. Too- much, religion '

j The various events for the ladies services last Friday morning. year will present the educational shalt thou labor," and showed conclusively is likewise this way. Both- 'I
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resulted follows '" ]t conditions of the state to its citizen .that if this half of the) "' _
., as : Dr: Roemer started his address i should be a pert of pur.-lives;j ,r 'd". t
30-yard .dash Won by B.. Sol by giving a_little' history of the *; the parents and teachers, :text were obeyed, the other half should live in a permanent atmosphere 't

:lee; second,_ T. Cates; third, : R. association; to give a background 1 pointing out the growth which* hasalready i "And the seventh shalt thou rest" of religion ,andpatritl&m' ;

Wallace. Time, 5 seconds. for further remarks. When it met been made, and showing would take care of itself; for if it should. be a part of us; it should;

50-yard dash-Won by B. Sol in 1920 ,i in Tallahassee there were j further urgent needs in various:; one worked hard for six days, ,he' be us.

lee;'second E.' Wallace; third T. just a few over three hundred meat I undeveloped field The: first issue would 'be too dead! tired to work 1 1,>I "I think teachers should bed the'mOt

Cates. T1me* ,:-7 3-6-Seconds.r: bers., In Orlando in 1921 there j j will! give a review of the educational on the seventh. He made this a patriotic people iq.tW riorld". a//
| history of tlttte: and its stirring call to human activity and was striking sentence uttered! by
60-yard dash-Won by B. SoN were only 6, hundred members ,out ]': 1 I a
lee;'second, R. Wallace; third T. of a possible six thousand white educational institutions, including earnest endeavor or six solid days, the speaker He continued by

Cates.-Time, 9 seconds. teachers from the State. All othre ail! the leading'' colleges. It will instead of just a mere suppressionof bringing out the fact that the "

5-j: >ouncL :SI1 -put' Won ky B. States in the Union surpassed feature also a valuable education?. of on the Sabbath.In teacher has a great influence ia :

Sollee ; ue.ond, A. Dodd;', third,. K. Florida in numbers at this time al article by one of the nation'sle&ding the. next half text, "Ren molding the future life ,, '.thttt i

MeCormiek. Distance 30 ft. 1 in. except Georgia. There was a,meeting educator The editorial der unt Caesar the things that pupil, the life of the coming, geD't: I
columns will feature several edi-
throw Won by K. ) are Caesar's," he sprung this era OQ, the "America" of tomor I
Basketball ; in,, St. Petersburg in Septem1 torials by leaders in state education
McCormick; second, A. Dodd; bfn: Four speakers were called to question: "Who is our Caesar?" row. The teacher has more influence j

third,:'B. Sollee,. Distance 63 ft. address the meeting; Announcements Thg "Journal" will be great And, according to Dr. Crow, our on the life of the child thiu'I I
Baseball throw.:;..Won by A.Dodd sent out and a wonderful a Caesar is the? government of' has the preacher; for the latter 1
were forward in education
step state ; a touches their f
Sollee. third K. -\ 'r.' state, natiin in other life directly: only
;. second, B. ,; program prepared. Teachers potent factor In the furthering of county and ; '
ft.6 in. words our Caesar is the law of once a week, and then'hV \;
'McCormick. Distance 102 tb" ,
induced to get educational
proseeding the state
were progress in : I is in
more contact with the child :
, '.Hop.'Step and Jump Won, by B of 'the. .land, He states that Americans 1
of this meeting, one The first thing needed in. the development ; of today than the'parent' does chose
1 Sole- second"BW&llacer; :DUtW23 in the hands of each :' are cleaner and more honest j ,j#
.'.* ..f'!; which was put of a field likeedufiatioMis the child:! lives with the parent and
ft. Sir., JN than E Europeans, but that they amore ;
: ) rA :t teacher in the State. The progresso a centralizing force, a. means of Is under the supervision of tho :
: $ one' man stoodiauG 3 i' :: the Association caDp? to expectations : bringing! all smaller forces together violent,. and show less obedience parent, but the teacher and child

the',athlete J.as. ani i individual-'_ I and a?,bright and wondrfnl in one powerful-unit/ The to law. He proved this are' in. direct contact for a longer

winner J. Bradshaw: l.e 1_ ;*; future was the outlook.( "Journal"\ will touch all corners of 'statement by undeniable statis period*of time. This places a great

winning tbA.slt)0-yajof'dasn) {and- !I As a further inducement to the state, and will be a great aid tics. The way in which Americans responsibility on the shoulder of

the running, broad; Jump; Nichols;, teachers to' become members of the in solving educational problems' -jn. disregard the law is appalling and, the'teacher. It requires character "

'"of Wildwood' by winning the 22* Association, four loving cups were Florida. JL-..*'M,(:- to some 'extent, we are all guilty. in. that person, and training. ; }
yard' dash and the running' high O T1i ,ls regard to prohibition
offered, one to each Congresional in : J The teacher should bring a telling -

jump; and i E. F. Gunn,, bywin di'strict. to the county having 100 SEC. WHITE DELIVERED 'are ;cot ,"enforced because influence upon the pupil ina

ning ,the shot-put and the discus; per cent membership. When the Americans' : do Tact have a whole hygienic, way. Here Mr. Smith

.each made ten points. Norton, it some regard,for the dignity and I
time came to award the cups repeated several verses :-if "The
"of Winter Haven, by winning the was found that 27 counties had 100 >> ADDRESS At worth. of law. 'Antiseptic Baby and. the Prophy- j,
javelin event and placing in the He sponke of the American "
( : cent enrollment. Dean Norman lactic Pup, which'was very takingwith .
)hot-put and the discus made 9 per ,worked out a scheme in which CHAPEL FRIDAYMr. who would 'sing "My Country, 'Tis the audience. ,

,points. it was decided that the cup go to of Thee" then fail to go and regis j In his talk, Mr. Smith. '.spokeof f

.*: There was some controversy: the county in each district which i for the coming election; of the value and influence of woman: ,

'about the places in the 220-yard had the greatest percentage of George White, Secretary of the one who would sing, "Thyj I.illustrated with an apt poem. And
dash. to strict interpretation mandates make heroes assemble," of -: ;
According: a teachers attending the meeting. I the value of a realman: "A
of the rules, Adams, of four are jut in the districts the Y. M. C. A. delivered the. yet fail to vote if it rained; or ;man went down to Panama, and
cups morning.Mr.
address at Chapel Friday
Leesburg, or 3IcCullers, of Live another who would sing "Star the mountains stepped aside
at present.Dr. White read the opening
Oak, was entitled to first place the Spangled Banner," yet try to says of Goethals. .
Roemer then gave program lesson the 13th chapterof
x in the event. Nichols, who Asociation had Scriptyre evade paying his income tax; and, Underneath the current of solid
first for 1923. The First Corinthians. In this chap
the fourth lane cut into the but yet again of an American in foreign thought, there were flashes of wit
by 1922 to 3,000, as read vsree that he called
grown ter he a
lane at the very start, handicap- The parts, who, though they wept ata and a, volley:-of jokes that pro
there was no journal. proceedings Mother's Verse "Love beareth all
ping first lane by ; vokes such mirth that
Adams of the sight of "Old Glory, would notetakingwas
for 1922 are just from the things, believeth all things, hopethall
fifteen feet. handicap was at somewhat at
That a disadvantagefor
nevertheless to smugglegoods
and have been mailed to, things, endureth all things. try : ,
little than Adams could overcome press and as every one"knows, it is hard
t more tribute"to from over-seas << escape the Jm-
,. 9 every teacher in the State. There Ha paid a beautiful, .*
..-,:. .-s%' : I.fContinued r: *Mother because she certainly i is (Continued was{ ) Page.SeveA)... _.j ,
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Year Attendance i UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH i II IIIn Year BUilding1905Buekman

1 a 1905-6 -136 the last five years the Uni ville school was called the University -I until today it rankswith_ the very Hall.
versity of Florida has had the of Florida. In 1909 Dr. A. A. f best schools in the South. More
: 1906-7 102 most rapid growth of any university j
I! 1907-8 103 in the United States. The en- and he immediately began reor- in the College of Law. 1905-Shops
.A rollment has trebled, and the ganization. The present organization The practice of running a two
i,t'r t- 908-9' 163t standing has jumped until the and administration dates months' summer school was begunin 1910-Science Hail1910Experiment
I t 1909-10 186 University of Florida ranks with from 1910. I 1912. Its growth has even surpassed -
;. the 15. best colleges in the whole The school was established as the growth of the regular Station.
1910-11 241 country. The Baby Universityof a "Land Grant" college and as a I term. Teachers and those train-I' 1911-Peabody Hall1912Agricultural
I 1911. '302 the South is about the lustiest ; consequence receives governmentaid. ing to be teachers have 'I t
f 12. infant that Dixie can boast. One of the provisions of this I increasing numbers the Universityof Building.
:T 1912-13 321 From the beginning of the Uni- "Land Grant" law is that military Florida Summer School a pro. 1912-Language Hall1912Engineering
1ai versity in 1905 until the periodof training must be required of all I fitable place to go. Man degrees i
i\; 1913-14 349 the World War, the institution able-bodied male students. The have been awarded during the past Building
I ', "f- ,,, -W" enjoyed and normal University has it- few summers. A special article
: a steady always prided
'; :::::: :: growth. During the abnormal war selS on !its military unit. Duringthe I will appear later dealing with the 1912-Commons
u;! period of course the enrollmentfell I World War the Engineering summer 'sessions. I 1914-Law Building.
I 1916-17 '414 off. University activity was College was operated as "The The College of Agriculture has
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centered around the Student's University of Florida Army from the first made the name of 1918Gymnasium.1919Engineering
.n Ii 1, '1917-18 !y 870t Army Training Corps. After de I School.4' The Students' Army the University of Florida known Annex
t mobilization the boys flocked to..Training Corps had two full infantry throughout the state. Besides con.
',. 918-19 554 the University, and they have kept :I companies and there was a trolling the citrus canker and the Under construction, Ad-
if; 1919-20 664 coming. Few instiutions have had naval division. After the men were I various and many pests of tho ministration Building.To .
t.i i! such rapid growth. mustered out in December, 1918, I state, the College has taught the
k ;1920-21 828 In 1905 the institution now I I they were given credit for military I young Floridians modern and im- dents' Acitivities constructed,Build-Stu-
'921-22 1018 known as the University of For- service. Since the war the military proved methods of farming. The ing.
ida and its sister' institution, the department has been unusually recent discovery of a method of
{ 1822-23 1267L Florida State College for Women, I strong, making the Distinguish controlling the boll weevil, a To be constructed, Library.
were formed from the five state i ed College class once and the 4th method known as the "Florida
f : schools at Ocala, Tallahassee, Lake Corps Area Gallery Championshiponce. : Method of Boll Weevil Control
City DeFuniak Springs, Bartow, 'may have a far-reaching effect.In .
II : and the Agricultural Institute in In 1910 the Law"College was es- 1919 the General Extension

L- I Osceola County. In 1909 by an tablished. It has grown rapidly Division was added. Through the _.
f : I act of the legislature the Gaines- both in enrollment and efficiency (Continued on Page Seven) --

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1 : :And all of us. knew SPORTINGGOODS
'w. .. BUCKMAN 235Thomas That allof"U3"tnflrWhy r ;
:; C. McGHIN., Editor ,: some of us might

Hall was declared the Refrain from a few Tennis Football

OFF-CAMPUS TEAM Knight, guard .... p 0 4 1 undisputed champions of the Of some of the things I t Baseball Basketball i iI
basketball court last Wednesday That some of us do. :

10 IT 9 evening, when they administered a I QUALITY, SERVICE
TAKES TWO FROMBARRACKS defeat to the girls of Buckman :
Barracks It
was Victor Hugo who said:
G. FG.F. in a,rather one-sided match. They ,"That peculiarity of prudery-is to I Baird Hardware !
Stanly,. forward .:... 1 2 0 took the game with a score of multiply sentinels in proportion as Co.
; .. Moore, forward ,.... 1 0 2 235. Miss Helen Downing was the fortress is less threatened" a iases
Ormsby forward .... the outstanding player, in the position - -
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= .: The Off-Campus basketball t Ward, center .. ... .. 0 1 2 of forward for Thomas. She
team twice defeated the Barracksteam R., Nichols, guard .. 0 0 1 rang up fourteen points along. I :. ... ... ... .... ...... r
-- last week. The first game R. Johnson, guard 0 0 0 Her running mate Kata Keith was MARABLE'S STUDIO ,
'*waT close and hard fought. The A. Johnson, guard. ... 0 0 1 no slouch; during the last half she I ..,. t
15 to 12 P. .... improved, and made nine pointsfor NORTH SIDE-OVER MILLER'S 1
.score of is an indicationof Nichols guard 0 0 2 '
the evenness of the game. In I Thomas. Buckman had two Official Photographer for the University of Florida I '

fact it was so close that the Barracks 2 3 81 good players in Kate and Addie : KODAK DEVELOPING DAILYffiffifaaasHaaai I
boys were not satisfied that McCormack; neither played for ----- _. ..... ... ... .
I ward, So could not win the ; "
the Off-Campus team was the bet Referee; Prof. Orr. of ,Fort I game I
[ for Buckman. :. ; <
ter. So the point was settled Sat-*I Myers. Time oft halves, fifteen. !i'|I Thomas will have a rather difficult -I } :,!
minutes. 31ifi
urday night before a fair-sized f'
time holding the title when :n '
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crowd of rooters.L. '
I they meet the Off-Campus team.
L. Thompson, of Tarpon In a game of basketball played II[This team will te featured by 1 i See our Window Display for some of Q1.
-Springs and recently elect"-u .xach Monday evening the Red Star their
at Panama City, was toe star of ,'quintet, a sort of revised editionof Elsie Hansen unfailing, from forward Fort Pierce Miss.II the Newest Styles in Shoes. I }
the contest. This rangy athlete: the OffCampus team, won an I
Miss Hansen was the deciding factor
Moved over the floor with trie] evenly contested game from Commons on the Fort Pierce "WonderTeam" ',,1m We are showing some beautiful i
greatest ease and speed.. He not | Number One. The first 'I
when they took the cham-
only rang the hoop for five field j i iI quarter ended with the score 7 to pionship of the State from Duval, styles Yi ..
goals, but was largely responsible ,7. These points had been scored and Gainesville by a point each y; inKING y; ;
,- for' several others by feeding his (i i by long shots by Thompson, Carter game playing some of the closest x TUT SANDALS !
teammates. His 10 Langford. This half end
points wag I and ;
air-tight basket bair the state had
enough to win the game. 1 ed 9 to 9. During the third quarter witnessed to that time. Miss Han i IR! in the different colors, also some new m ';:
Thompson, however, was well |with the score tied, a Commons
I I sen made all-state as forward in
supported by his Off-Campus team '. guard tried some unsuccessful 1922. (1m numbers for dress wear. m :
mates. Knight played a fine guarding strategy, which placed the Red The line-up of the team in the
game; and Adams must not Star'team in the Lead and left them ,
Wednesday game was as follows:
have been asleep. For when'1 1I I I I leading 18 to 9 at the, end of the forwards, Helen Downing and!'II UNITED SHOE
George) Stanly gets but one basket third period. In the final sprunt, Kate Keith; jumping center Miss ,
is ,: Gunn shifted to center and Lang-
somebody guarding. Carter I Nash; running center, Ella Gardner
picked up three baskets. Games'I.ford to forward; as a result the ; guards, Misses Holiday and I STORE 1
got one as did M. Langfoord who ,Commons team crept up on the Valentine. Buckman: Forwards,

replaced him. 1'I Red Stars. The Commons finally Louise Rogero and Bea S'ollee; m 125 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE. ''I'IIi
For the losers, George Stanly,! succumbed 20 to 15. jumping center, Addie McCormack;
the Gator star and recently elected !I L. L. Thompson for the winners sunning center,, Lois Richardson; ItIf
coach at Miami, did the major and Maurice Langford for ths guards, Jeanette Coles and = i
part ,of the work. This tireless I losers were the most consistent I Uthelyn Wells Mr. 0,. Deferred. --. "I',
athlete l fought from the beginningto players A box score was not .----- ----- -------------. .1

the close of the game with an available. I:not be forgotten soon. ,
energy that surprised the specta- The Gators of 1920 are likely to GAINESVILLE FURNITURE '!'
tors. To keep going at the pace Five Normal Schoo men playedin be serious contenders in the &. I. :

Stanly set is no small feat in any the Fourth of July- baseball c.Vith a championship Fresh- COMPANY
weather let alone summer weather game on Fleming Field. The Nor- man team with victories over Alabama
Close guarding and inaccurate malite third-sacker played' the hot Auburn, South Carolina, I
passing by his teammates kept corner for Newberry. And Gunn Georgia Georgia Tech and Vanderbilt I Victrolas and RecordsD.
Manly from counting oftener. The Work, McLaughlin and Carter and many of the 1922 Gator I

one goal he did ring was a thriller played for Gainesville. The Col stars!, Florida is expected to do R. COX, Proprietor TELEPHONE 86 I i
that came after a pretty drib- ,legians used the Normal battery. even better than in 1922.. And the \
ble down a broken defense. Moore i: "Shorty" Gunn and Lee Work. F. 1922 record is one to be proud of. ,
and Ward were consistently ag- S. McLaughlin played first base, At Florida.. 6 ..Furman .. 7 : RJ&mRRRRSm
gressive. and W. L. Carter was in the out-I At Rollins ..Florida ....19 I 1 ,;

-', The score of 25 to 7, hardly in- At Ta'pa, A.L 0 ..Florida ...14
...,indicates the interest.of ,the game. field.Newberry won the game in the At Florida .57 ...Howard . 0 SEE ,t tjl
Although the Off-Campus quintet eighth 3 to 1 by a combination of At Harvard.24 .Florida .. 0,
was neverbehind, the boys worked errors. All of the NormalSte play- Tpa. Fla .. .-Mississippi 04 i '11'
for every point. The Barracks ers did well. At Tulane .. 6 ..Florida ..271 i VIDAL DRUG COMPANY- ,i
team never ceased fighting. The Store by inning: At Oglethorpe 0 "Florida ... .14 I
first half ended 12 to 4. The second Gainesville .. .:. .100-000 000-1 JaxrFla.. .,.47, .'.Clems n ...14 FOR DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES,
f half ended 13 to 3; the only Newberry ....000' 000 .030-3 The Gators showed their teeth CANDIES,'SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN
, ,.-_ points the losers were able to I I and the power of their blows 'inj i PENS '
" .... :score in this period were two foul From a second-rate school in its ',1921. A review of"that season may '!
' throws and by{athletics University of Florida.has I interest the sports reader. | 1
by Stanly one 204 E. University Ave. Phone 239
Ward. i become a contender for Southern II At Camp Ben. 0 .Florida . I 6
I honors. Such notable events as At, Rollins .. 0 ..Florida_ ....33
Off-Campus ['Florida's placing on the Harvard At Florida ..7 Mercer . O1 I !
G.' FG. F. | and Army football schedules, as I I At Tennessee J .Florida . 0.I T L
her twelve inning victory over At Howard 0 .Florida .34 THE REXALL STORE NO.2'
.. Carnes, forward . .-1 0 1
!Yale, as her track triumph 'over Tampa; Fla. 7 .So. Carolina Avenue '
Carter, forward .. ... 3' 1 2 Suwanee and her placing in the I At Alabama 2 .Florida 71' 719 University I i

Langford, forward .. 1 0 fiT (J I national pentathalon, and as her I At Florida 7 .Mississippi 7 'The Drug Store( Nearest the University": 11 11i

Thompson, center .. .. 5 0 :3 3., football victories over Alabama in,: At Florida .-Oglethorpe ;SJax ." 1920 and over Tulane in 1922 will I Fla. .. .10 .No Carolina 141 i
Adams, guard ..'.. . 0 0 2 I 1 I
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W.' Russett,King .__'__, .____EditorinChiefHorace <
} '" + + + + 41 + '+ '.' + + t fell kersplash into tnfe rater: ."llOVELTIES 1
Si .Wl6n .:.________ Business ManagerMrs
i /'Guy 3 Stewart 1...__..Calendar Editor The parents heard them cry Art & Gift Shop

i 4 \V.C.: McGjimJ\ ::......___.___.Sports Editori The columnist believes that story-tellers and hurried to thent But be-
stories from fore they could get them out,
need not always borrow
i Louise: PedigoJ-_.___-__Society Editor Dennison Paper and
K>M.lIartsfieldFeatures Editor the recognized writers. True, you and I may both Billie and Queenie had Materials
t .- drowned. So for three : '
_: Dirk: Mary* A. Trump .;..._.Personal :Mention not equal Rudyard Kipling, Beatrice Fairfax, years
there were no little kingfish
t, "ReportersAlice. .. L. Shelbourne, Elizabeth Gillett Burgess, and the rest; but we,may be .
: Ann Haskin, Lois Chambers, Louisa Gold- able to learn how to put our imaginings and ers.When the next F'Bummer, ', Milton-Bradley Books

... .. """"wire. ,"' ''',',,Beulah-- Soper, Mrs.- Lucy Jordan, F. S. experiences on paper for our immediate aud- came, Mr. Kingfisher'said to
--McLaughlin\ Mrs. Eugenia Fair.IBRAINLEAKSTHE .
': ience. Mrs. Kingfisher: "We just I Pictures and Picture

''i: 'LorJ --; Just to show you that the colyumnist is will not build in the trees any I FramesCanoochee
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J iL .. advice but more. I know where there is
+ like Chaucer's parson, he gave ,
1 : + a nice long hole in the steep .--------- --.

I I ';;\f :! '; : EDITOR : "first he followed it himself,*' you may reada bank half a mile away. Let i Lodge

brave ,attempt at a children's story. us build in it.'* Mrs. King-

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t ; f ., ; : WHY THE KINGFISHER DIGS HIS fisher agreed to consider the

: .. <' "-,.- .......-. HOUSEA idea; so they flew away to I, Sleeping Porches.
:h ':._!_ '>t AN: APOLOGY
Cut-Bank to examine the lo-
r long time ago when Indians hunted ; 1 1211 W. University Ave.A .
,: It was an unfortunate, and regrettable cation. Mrs. Kingfisher likedit
Ii I .- buffalo over these plains, kingfishers built so they moved in. to eat.
';! j occurrence that in last week's issue of the ; t good place
i; their nests in trees just like other birds. There were four eggs,in th
: : :1 Alligator a paragraph was placed in the columns A Quiet Place to Study
I 1:111 They built their houses right over a crystal- I nest in the middle of April t
by error. This paragraph mad unnecessary Reasonable Rates
i 1 clear stream, and the. father and mother I when Little Bear returned. I
1 reference to William) Jennings Straightway he climbed to ... ... -- ---
I I door and dive for the little I up ]
could sit at the
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; : Bryan, a friend of the University and of the I the old nest. There was noth ..

j j 't : Alligator It was learned later that the j i silver fish that swam by. I ing in it. He searched and

t But one spring the Blackfeet set up their searched all summerfor the OTTO F. STOCK I
f printer, in running short of copy, filled in
1 i t wigwams where Mr. and :Mrs. Kingfisher kingfisher nest. He l looked. in
il a few inches with paragraph material from I
j ': i:' i lived. The big chief of the Blackfeet had every tree for miles around ; TAILORAND !
4 Daily News. This is where
; I a naughty little son, Little Bear. Little but he never could find the I"
the paragraph originated; it does not voice i
kingfisher in
t' i Bear made all the birds unhappy by robbing nest a tree,
t :'f r ,: the.sentiment of the Alligator, which offersapologies could he? The kingfishers
I their nests. He robbed the kingfisher nest DRY
t ,for its occurrence. hatched all the eggs. And
ti' t..: "", '" of seven eggs; but the kingfisher isn't easily "
f' when Little Bear saw the lit-
t h' 1 discouraged. When they had two eggs tle kingfishers flying round a Phone 354
I!. : I in the nest again, Little Bear climbed up was a surprised and disap- "' 'i"'t :'-- .
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:;:: Education in Florida is coming to the front. fisher deserted that nest and built a brand And ever;? since, the king- 't I J. S. BODIFORD

he;state educators and this fishers have built their nestsin and
are organizing, :
I ;: : new one up stream. When they were feel- .
-- is accomplishing more and more each_year.ti ing safe and thinking they.. could live in the ground. : COMPANY
i I The*Florida Education Association is the official I Druggists : Phone 32IS
peace and comfort, Little Bear came huntingup HILLSBORO COUNTY ----------

:: r:: organization. of Florida educators. By the stream and found the nest. There TEACHERS ORGANIZEOn
,:; means of this centralizing force, educational were no little kingfishers that for -
summer "
I Jast Friday evening a large ;.H OB.. S
;: standards are being raised thruout the Little Bear and the Blackfeet did not leave number of students, teachers, and

1 ia., j I ; state; high, standards are required for teachers until October. some members of the faculty, alt H ,B;M. TENCH H

j f i :* and holders of state certificates. Higher i I It The next Mr. and Mrs. I from Hillsboro> County, assembledon
q. April, Kingfisher the Campus in front of Buck-
1 {' t _<'._'..".'" levels. are held up for the pupil to attain. In repaired their old house and moved in. man Hall where they organized aj 1%O Gainesville* r i 0

i the meetings of the Association the outstanding I Three eggs lay in the nest when the Black- club County known Teachers'as Club the .Hillsboro: E Florida E

,:< .-** educators of the state are working feet., Little Bear :
.: was as The purpose of the club was
'--,-<*",- -- together f'-- pulling together for the good ofFlorida .naughty as ever. Before a single wigwamwas l clearly stated by Mrs. Lulu, B. SHOE S
; Bradford of Tampa, whojaid itHas
and the better and wider education
he had climbed the
: up, ..- to kingfisher 4, nest to foster the social' life of
t' 'pf the coming 'generation and leadershipof and had robbed'"lt..' My 1. how' sad the king- he members and their friends

the" state and nation. They are pulling fishers w' rAn's mmer they tried to during their attendance at the J. W. McCOLLUM &,CO.
summer school, to further acquaintance 'DRUGGISTS'.4:
t. together for the betterment of the standard build from Little Bear. the "' '
,1 away Always among the studentsand wTBK'rIiEr STOR

3 +; .. '. of. .teachers. and' for better; conditions' for little .Indian found the nest.' When, October faculty from the county,-aifdt ; Agents : (or.. Liggett'silAd

I teachers. They are helping teachers to came and the Blackfeet moved i o assure acquaintance of ,..iiL{ : '1J !bandies
: away, members. ::. .
train themselves better for their life work, there were no little kingfishers.The With an enthusiasm characteristic Utinerk Fla.

I and thus helping them to procure better positions third summer came and the kingfishersput of the HiHsboro teachers the

and better salaries. organization was completed, the club. The dates and places '
.. their house in order. How happy they
0 following officers being elected .future meetings will be announciA .
; In another column will be found plans were. Little Bear and the Blackfeet didn't and installed: I I

which have been under way for some time come in April; they never came all summer. President-Mrs. Lulu B. Brad- Ii i -, FATAL CURE
ford. .
i to i establish, an official -organ to representthe Of the seven eggs in the nest one was broken :Vice-President, Mrs. Carrie B. i Doctor: Well, Mr. Jackson, boy

-.: i Florida Education Association thru the three were blown out in a storm, one Boyd. .:>!j I are you feeling this morning?

state press. The "Journal of the Florida failed to hatch, and two hatched into the Treasurer, Mrs. DOW U. 'i Mr. Jackson: Much bett tltrpubles :
Committees were appointed as thank you. The only thing
4 Education Association. will put before the cunningest little kingfishers. Billie King- follows: I I me is my breathing.

.'_'_ ,reading public of the state the present con- fisher was the older, for he was hatched in Membership-Miss Bermoe Jones,i Doctor: Um-yes, We must if
Mrs Hattie Hensley, Mrs.! Eva j if something to itthat. ,
dition of the I we can't get
Florida Education. It. will show morning and Queenie in the afternoon.
Givler, Miss Wilma W gtn8" I .-Western S. A. Chronicl
them where we excel in educational activities One day when they were about grown Social-Mrs. Nell Ram ey, Mias

-' ( and where we fall short. And in plac- when Mr. and Mrs. Kingfisher were fishing Cora Griffin, Mrs -C. ...Geiger. ,] "It is the worst of educated B%!
'.conditions; .' Miss Donna Howell. f that they cannot speak about u
ing these before the public it is down stream Billie and Queenie decided that The next meeting of !the club great question until they ha1

taking a first and vital,:step toward better- they would surprise father and mother and will be held at Mrs. >odson'4, read everything that has bee

ing'educational'conditions in the state. For fly across the stream. Now, they 1880 West University Avenue. All written about it, for fear sod
never citizens? of Hillsboro who -are in should "But have J
an enlightened public is the first requisiteof had,been; out of the nest; but they thought attendance at the sumniert--,".term read one Schwartzenburg.say: Then, J.

a successful public movement. that flying was easy. They both jumped off are invited to be preseftfc-afrthis they have not read Sciw rte "
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Society and Clubs iment of a bashful beau. Much

praise is due the program committee -.
: for this splendid program,
:MISS LOUISE PJ3DIGO; Editress The Peabody Club met in regular while each participant is to be con-
session las t Thursday even gratulated for his share in making ;t i
1 ing in the gymnasium at 7:30. it a success. The following sections have
tee for the next meeting; :Mrs. President Work and the Club Secretary made 100 per cent record :for the ;
: : itA MOTION TO ADJOURN" There was no new or unfinished -
-0. :x 'I:Ramsey and Miss Anderson were Miss Louise Pedigo, were business to come before the past three weeks A : Mrs. Henry, ,;
Buckman- -
' 'named as assistants. The committee participants on the evening. pro house Vice-President T. P. Tur- _

r IN GYM. promises an enjoyable occasion gram. Vice-President Turner'ner called the attention of the Preceptress. Mrs. Dowdell, ;t
,; i 'and it is hoped that all Hillsboro I called the house to order, while ,Club to a clause in the constitu- Thomas- i

t't'i ,.county members will be present, :Miss Ruth Downing kindly and tion which states that the club Preceptress.Thomas D-Mrs. Beeler,
There was an unusually large and any others who may be from ably served as secretary. The t dues shall be twenty-five cents V :i

,j a attendance at the gymnasium fast i that county. meeting was interesting and instructive per member. Mr. Turner urged Preceptress.GEORGIA BORGER, j!

Tuesday evening when the. picture the program being corn''each one to see the Treasurer, Dean of Women ,i iI ;
show,' "A Motion to Adjourn," DUVAL CLUB posed of numbers concerning the Miss Glissen, and attend to this

I, J was given. life and works of that great poet Ii important matter.. :
( .On of this week the I Fool: "But money talks.
The picture was an interesting! of Soctch dialect, Robert Burns. This concluding the business, talk.'
"Yes and it stops
for Sage: ,
Duval Club re-organized
4 drama about a young man who j was Following a talk, "Sketch of the club stood and sang "AuM
; t was forced to leave home because t the summer' of 1923, Mrs I. Z, Burns," by Miss Elizabeth White, :Lang Syne," led by Miss Ruth 1

| cf differences between him and t tf Meek, the former president, open- Mr. Dodson delighted the; Club I j Chaffee. ,

f his father, and who went out ed the 'meeting.Thene"w I with a vocal solo, "My Heart's in J j II The Peabobdy Club is your I It.
; f west; and about a young girl who I' officers elected were_ : the Highlands." A dance, "Scot 'Club. Good and instructive, as well

I reaches' young-ladyhood under they Miss Evalyn McNeil, president; tish Horn Pipe," was gracefully I t.j as entertaining programs are
I 1 guardianship of four old men who Miss Rose Barchan, vice-president; performed to the delight of all by given weekly. 'All are invited.'

: provided her with loving care, but I] Miss Barbara Stovall, secretary; Miss Chapman, who proved herself The time is seven-thirty, Thurs
no education, and who discovered Mr. Hugh Welts, treasurer. a master of the art. day evenings, the place is the
that she needed an education ata I Miss Beatrice Sollee. ,was appointed r, *The program was concluded bya gymnasium. Be there! *- 1114 I

finishing school. How these two chairman of the social pantomime, "Cotter's Saturday The program committee for this

met, married and parted and continued -:|I committee. The Club is planning Night." While Miss Johnston read week's Meeting, was :Miss Louisa j

on their ways, the one', to hare a social affair. the poem, Mr. Snuggs and Miss i I Goldwire,)chairman, assisted by jI
westward and the other eastwardand j I About thirty have enrolled as Pedigo acted well their respective Miss Alma Lee Hamilton. I

how they finally met againat members of the Duval Club; any parts, the cotter ond his wife.
the home of the young man, others from Duval County wishing Misses Ollie Olive, Lois Richardson PERSONALS
provided a story interesting and to join please see one of the Imogene Daley and Virginia We grind Our Own LensesNODELAY \
( entertaining and full of dramatic officers.. suited their 1
will to
Mosely were Miss Elizabeth Haskins was
.: jneidents. '. I parts as the cotter's daughter's, called to her home in St. Peters-
The spectators were in a good; MOONBEAMSThe I Florida I
j, BLUE --- | burg on account of sickness. QeJnesVille, II
1 humor and enjoyed a hilariously'good I presence, the ,two young ladies], I
time, singing songs, and have been the guests, of table Martin few 'I r
Blue Moon Club was well Mrs. G. W. spent a I rs
I i ', chatting with each other during .represented in the track meet on eleven for an occasional meal. days this week at her home in De- I s
..j' the unavoidable delays in adjust'-I Wednesday afternoon. The members I Mr. Kimmel was absent for, a Land. We Fix 'Em, Rent 'Em. and
: ing the reels on the are proud of their representatives '-, few days, but he finally managed Stll 'Em- '

y 1 in the meet. Jack l\ICDon.1 I to survive the infirmary; and is Miss Mattie Miller, who has been 1

: :HILLSBORO CLUB : aId took third in the back home apparently none the attending school here, left Tues, UNDERWOODS$3DOWN
ENTERTAINED :i i Ward won the 440-yard run, and worse of his experience. Unfortunately day afternoon for Leesburg, where
i Russell King took the two-mile I however, Mrs. Kimmel is she has accepted a position for the

_' Members of the Hillsboro !;handicap. And during the evening now in the infirmary for' a short remainder of the summer. ,
added I while. At the last inquiry she was
' guests other athletic honors were
County Teachers' Club were --- ,
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improving, and soon
at Mrs. Dobson's attractive tea when Miss Richardson played for j I!rapidly Miss Elizabeth White is spend- CBN17INB: SnjPMAX-WAED REBUILT ,
be at her regular place at the Cn4.rwood factory rebuilt like new Eaaymeatnty
room last Tuesday evening, with Buckman hall in the basket ball I ing a few days this week in Jack payment,practically aaxne a>rent.
Mrs. receiving at the contest. Unfortunately, she was i table. sonville. Guaranteed I year Ten dayV trial FRE8.
Ramsey : On Wednesday evening, Russell Phone 132
but through no
in-' the losing side,
door, and Mjrs.; Lulu Bradford on fault of hers. King was the guest of Miss Beatrice Prof. Woodley left Thursday The Bloodworth Typewriter ;

ducing the guests. in.. Two lady members of the Sollee for supper, at table morning for Tallahassee to deliveran and Repair Co. ;
The program was rendered young the Fourth bygetting 38. That young lady probably attracted address. 119 East Main St.. North :
Club celebrated
formally, consisting of his attentions during the
. musical selections by Miss \Janet; lost on the return trip the individual 1
< At least this is track meet, where she was
various from Sunnyside.
Durden, of Tampa, star.
}<. games and other forms of amuse- their explanation of events.of Miami, Air Lee Work visited the tableon SPORTING GOODSFootball
II ents, all of which added to the enjoyment rr 'Mr. Norman Flowers Club foreveral' Thursday noon, as the guest of Baseball
been guest
Bias a
.! of the evening. Miss Louise Pedigo. The Club enjoyed
members all A1 KiBds
The of &
After these :forms if: enterUin-s meals. of Mr. Hardware : ;
the pleasant company
I is leaving, and he is
that he
' went, the guests"were invited into egret welcome visitor. Work, and hopes it may have his See Us ,ui
where always a
'It. the cozy little Tea Room, often.
" cream and cake were served. Mrs Miss Katheryn of Miss White Edna has Durham been presence"Jiggs and Maggie" had claimed THE THOMAS COMPANY
; Bradford, during this time, gave :the guest to have made up, but the rumor
I< an entertaining talk to the club and the Club at large for several is beginning to be doubted. Actions : Phone 22 :E ..-. n
Miss White
days. When may
members."O members in the speak louder "than words. ; ',WEST 'SIDE; OF.SQUARE
I During a short businss session L ome a permanent of However, hopes grow brighter;j I I "
the hopes
it is ..
,i Miss Janet Durden was appointed [:future; at least, every day. -
as chairman of the social commit the, Club. During Miss .: ,,: .. .'.rF .
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I SUMMER SCHOOL 1KACK I I.t nosed ,out in the broad jump by' SEC. WHITE DELIVERED : velop the spiritual nature of the I A SURE SIGN
r .. MEET Carnes. ADDRESS pupil. Teacher must be a spiritual
; Continued from Page One j The men's athtetic meet res-ilf: instructor if the ,last of the four Uncle Bob had come on a visit
1 as slfn a margin ICthols: out- ed as follows: !I (Continued from Page One) : puprposes! is to be realized. Teach. to Lily's home, and one day he
jumped Langford in the high j 100-yard das Won by Brad stars forever and ever." The speaker I I I era are divinely called, and will said to his small niece: "Do
? k jump. Langford also took second, haw; s :oul, Adams; third 1, R then enlarged upon the text. measure up to fullest capacity, understand French, Lily?"
in the javelin _and consequently Johnson. Time 11 1-10 seeionds. Just as_ there are two kinds of through their acquaintanceship I "Yes, t11!-!e," the said, "when I
i was tied for individual honors''i 220-yard dash Won by Nichols; literature in the world; that written -j with God. They should make the hear mummy and dad speaking

with Norton, with nine points I second, McCulIers; third, Adams. for knowledge and that for.,.I problems, of the children their own French I know I've got to have
Russell King, Gator two-railer''Time :27 seconds. |I I power, there are two types of; and as the old negro said, "Sleepover castor oil..-. Western S. A.
and state champion in his events,I 440ryard dash-Won by Ward; teachers. One that teaches to instruct -; the problems," and then be Chronicle.It .
1/F won a feature two-mile event from'second A. (Johnson. Time 63 4-5 merely gives knowledge,I!I better able to solve them next day.
three men. McClellan of Frink, seconds. but he who would do greater services Mr. White said that if all is easy'to mistake -
ran the first two laps against j I Two-Mite run-W. B.. .KInfr inspired his pupils to greater teachers would measure up to alt i. world of thought for the our own "
King, Taylor ran the second three won from McClellan, Taylor and things, as welt as to instruct. i i I that had been said Florida would of the world. thought ,
laps;; and Danielson, of Tampa, Danielson. Time, 12 min. 4 see. The biggest thing a teacher can do be the grandest state in all the
f ran the last three taps. Kingnever II t Running Broad Jump-Won by for a pupil in the formative period l I United States. She "I
: saw the otherday
f was headed throughout the : Bradshaw; second, Langford; of life is to bring hi min contact I I'I AH who missed '
Friday that I have
not been to
i race. Danielson dogged! his trail i(}I third, Carnes. Distance, 17 ft. with great personality. I morning, missed a number of good get away from."
for the last two laps, but King 2 1-4 in. I Three things are necessary, tor I things. Mr. Chapman said it was He: "What did do about it!",
ha- just enough sprint left to keep I i 'Shot.Put-\Pon by Gunn; sec- one to be a powerful teacher. First :; the best on the subject he ever She: "I married you the !
'' ? a safe lead. The time was not fast ond. Carnes; third, Norton. Dis- he must have intellectual freshness 1 I heard. thing.
but doubtless the winner could II( Dance 3 ft. ** in.Discus'Von He must be intensive and extensive ,'
have made better time for he was j( by Gunn; second, deep and wide, and know everything j "Education is capital to a poor
not exhausted when he finished. j Norton; third, Carnes. Distance of some things and something .' Some folks' idea of personal man and interest to a rich man,"
Ward took the lead and kept the 91 ft. of everything. The real i,I liberty always reminds me of a I I said Horace :Mann, the great
i lead in the quarter. Alton Johnson j Javelin-Won by Norton; sec- teacher knows more than is in his'[ certain 'aw case. The defendanthad American educator.
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was closing in on him fast ink .ond, Langford; third, McDonald. textbook. {I smashed the plaintiff's nose. I" -
.. the last :fifty yards, but he had. Distance'86 ft. ,' I r. The second point brought 'out I i The defendant said that he wa
i started his sprint too late. The following were the entries.. : was Pedagogic Enthusiasm. The I just aw.ngmg; .his arms' ani bat amanllad
dropped over during the Bowen'j t 4* Girls. ( teacher should be as enthusiasticas I I a right to swing h.i arms;'
dred. yards and was unable to fin I Beatrice Sfattee, Rosalie Wallace a boy is in a ball game. Inspire I he had :3crje personal liberty. The o& f> OtPcifroniz
: ; ish. Kate McCormick, Thelma: enthusiasm in the puipls. Enthu- I.r judge replied in.no urcertain_ternu

In the weight event.',Shotty"t j Gates, Ina' Mae Dominick, Angus:la siasm. Is contagious, so is lack of I.1 "Your :i r onallibety ene& just t.. '
where his '"
Gunn had his own way except in Dodd. j| it. A teacher is not merely called I nose begins.

the javelin which Norton took. Men '. to teach a subject, but t pupils I I ': & Gator' Advertisers
Carnes of T/>rahome, surprised I J. H. McDonald, R. C. Nichols, as well. Loving the pupils is the How old is slang? Our word .. :
some by stepping in and placing Roy Johnson, R. F. Ward, M. G. :' secret. It contributes to the first i delirious comes from an old Latin ;
t in the shot-put and discus with, Langford, Jamie Brad-snaw, W. T.I I(I point mentioned. I I verb dehrare, which literally means --- They Patronize _

out any knowledge_ of the form,j jIt Adams, Evan Taylor, A. G, MeCullers. J,I fir\ White's third point was l "out; of the furrow.", Doesn't that
reminded one of Henry Perry's C. H. Norton, E. F. Spiritual Birth. Truth is the sound peculiarly like "off the. You !
work for Miami in the,state high Gunn, W. L. Carter, C.'C. Garnet, j! mightiest of the powers used. He* track".or "jumped his .trolley"? '
school meet a few years ago. McDonald I L.-'F. 'TownsendA.LB. Johnson\\' said that; there was a four-fold -. \

of Fort Pierce, surprised Reeves Bowen, W. G. Danielson, purpose of education; namely, to Emerson says: "Good
even himself by placing in the A. B. McClellan and Russell impart knowledge, to train the intellect are no better thoughs
javelin event. He was barely j King. to build character and de 'unless they be good" dreams, : ... !
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rent Column, National Depart- and all teachers who,desire men_

: + "RAPID GROWTH ment and .Book Eevjew. Dr.WIoodJ.e.y sion should., see if their name bin DIRECTORY$ .,?< f fI
THEPOEK'A sees great success ahead the list, for within another 'two I ::

+1 (Continued from Page 2) if teachers will do their share in weeks it will be too Jate. ."* V -.,UNDELIVERED V i
Division helping to finance it. Member 4announced 'ttTbe-'?- ;' : ,
CORNER I many kinds of correspondence I, Dr. Murphree 'that, ?
i: study are offered, and help:ship to the Association is $1.00, the Board of Control and the State & f
'J 3 *. of all the Journal $1.00. A special rate 1923 edition of the Summer
kinds is given to the citizens Board of Education were not willing
.:*. + + + + '+ + + of the state. Already the extension 'of $1.50 for both is made to t *ach- to open the University of Florida School Student Directory is off the i
I No other and has been delivered. It isa
ers. state makes ouch press i
VV division has enrolled more to Women; buts that if teachers
V : Have you ever heard that interesting than an offer to its teachers. credit to the University, and to "
7,000 students. That this want to pursue a course of study,
old ballad "The Old Gray the editors, T. Franklin West and .
; branch_of the University has filled The Citizen's Section is to be similar to that followed i in summer: i
of j
Falcon L. Johnson. A feature
Hale"! a real need is evidenced by the formed and is to be pushed among school they may do so. In other !
the directory is that it delivered
}{r. Thomas had an old gray mule, fart: that the legislature never fails the Rotarians.'Kiwanians Civitans words,. Peabody. College is open to free of charge this was summer,

And h "'drove him to a cart, to make an appropriation for its Lion's, Woman's Clubs, Chamberof women .the 'year around, but the for which the student body ia i

And he loved that mute and the continuance.Next Commerce, etc. These men and I work of the University proper is grateful,to the editors. S t I

mule loved him fall the University adds anew women' are interested and wouldbe not. Dr. Murphree qualified the In the directory the student'sname r

With all his mulish heart. School of Business and a of help if they only knew what matter still farther by saying that home address and local ad- :

.Mr. Thomas knowed ,when, the College of Pharmacy will have its was going on. It is the purposeof 'when school opened in Septemberthere dress, are given in alphabetic or f

roosters crowed, offices and class rooms in Science the Journal to let these clubs would be a spring summer ,der. This is quite a convenience, 1
-That day was a-gwine to break, Hall until other accommodationscan know what we believe in. school, and in the autumn, a fall :as students may find who is from .

three-legged stool, I The University of Florida cam- teachers, 5,000 citizens. Dr. winter-summer school and next : the address of friends. Adver-
And he carried ,him off with a pus was laid out and the building I Woodley's going to address stu- spring and summer, two summer tisements are placed copiously

rake sites planned; the buildings did dents at the State College for schools. throughout the directory, and area i

not grow up like Topsy. As a re- Women at Tallahassee in the near Doubtless all the ladies -are help, both to local merchants artu- '1
And the, mule would ea-aw-w-w, suit the campus is distinctive and future. He hopes to start the pleased by this attitude, for "a to the students.

Ee-aw-ee-aw, ee-aw-w-w, the buildings-have an architectural movement in the two Universities. half loaf is better than no loaf Other features of this valuable I'

And he cuffed that mule and he unity. Due to the rapid increase of Membership runs from Decemberto at all," still many of them are go- booklet are the church notices and. :

cuffed that mule, I enrollment the Baby Universityhas December, the magazine from ing to make life miserable for members the railroad schedule, both of f
And he curried him off with a rake I been feeling growing pains for of State till value to the student.
August to August. Dr. Roemer our Legislature .
some time. But the present ,administration I hopes all teachers will enroll and the last barrier is removed by law The directory was delivered as :
,Beefed him on some old boot tops has done woncers ac- pay up within the next few days. and adequate provision made for a early as possible, as all names
And bits of yellow clay, comodating the many students I State Normal School that will remain had to be made out after registration .
Some shavings and some wooden seeking admission in session the whole and thus it was impossibleto .j
pegs, Until 1910 the, two present dor- I DR. CROW ON "RENDER UNTO place it in the hands of the ;

Instead of oats and hay; mitories, Buckman and Thomas CAESAR" printer until some time after the
United States Mintes w'ere
And the mule would chaw with his Halls, were the only buildings on at established term was under way. However,
iron jaw, the Philadelphia, April delivery was made somewhat ear- j
campus. Since then buildings (Continued from Page One) 2, 1792, and later at San Francisco
On a piece of dirty sock, have been erected on the campus port duty-not willing to render lier than usual, due to the dilig-
New Orleans, Denver, Carson City,
And he'd*wink his eye. if he had until there are now thirteen com- unto Caesar the things that are ence of the editors.
Nev., Charlotte, N. C., and Da- : ,
.some pie, pleted' buildings not counting the Caesar's. How many of us reallyare
hlonego, Ga. The two latter were The man who is always crying
And his mouth chuck full ofI" Y. 1 f- C. A., the Barracks, and ? Doubless, many of us,
in about down
I suspended 1861 and Carson .being held usually expects -
cock. the Farm Buildings. The new Ad- in seats when thE
squirmed our
I" City in 1893. someone to hold him up.
I ministration Building is nearly sneaker focused his remarks: ir l

,That mute could kick like a ton I completed. It is a beautiful pieceof this famous quotation, "Obedi -i

j of brick; architecture. It will contain all ence to Law is Liberty," and it is i iSaagg Rfiraaagiaj .

I Both hind legs were loose; administrative offices and,a large to be hoped that many present gota i fi aIl
And he flung them back at a big- auditorium. Besides there are two new conception of the meaning I V.a
lipped Jack, proposed buildings that will be
l of liberty. i w
And he mashed his royal snoot; under construction before the summer i SMITH & ,HOOPER '
According toDr.. Crow, I '
That negro thought that he'd is over. Secretary White and for law and the '_ .. i iIi
lack of respect .
: ,been caught, ,_,' CCYillam? Jennings .Bryan "lame : :
In an awful big cyclone, presented the matter to the people vicious practice of putting Dry Goods, Notions and : ?And you bet he wished that he i of the state. They responded ducks in office to reward them for i :1:1I
something they have done" are :I
; had.let loyally, and the University will -
char- iyr
r traits in American i
;; '. That old gray mule alone. very shortly have a Student Acti- weakest -

; i : .r.A n vities' Building costing $200,000.00The has acter. beens". He would who not have hrave served the I REMEMBER Our July clear nie 1m ;!
; .'j- One day white wondering 'in a .legislature, made provision fora .
field, first wing of aJabrary. Mr. their country well neglected, but, : Sale Continues This Week. I It
instead, of giving them an office I ,
; He found an old hoop skirt; Edwards, the architect, is drawing :Kj5
He at once began to have a feast, plans for this building now. It is i as a reward, would give them a t

o On royal rust and dirt fc much needed and will be appreciated pension. And certainly, no right I

|That night he had an awful cramp ty the young men and women thinking "has been" would want fm ,

i That settled in ,his feet, of Florida an office as a reward. The thought from Ladies' $3.00 Fancy Silk Hose i
%And ere morn dawned that mule recalled to me a litte couplet l
j had gone, DR. ROEMER ON FLORIDA John Kendrick {\Bang*: :

To walk on the golden street. EDUCATION-ASSOCIATION 1 "They what Call of that you?"Has-Been," but For :$2.29 -. :: : .I
I "If you loved me: lady, (Continued from Pag: One) If you've a feather in.your hat 1 : .

a AU the birds would sing; are three ideals to be attained during For something done in days gone I :Black, White; Gray, Brown/ I' 'I'IiR

t Bright and would be the day by"Hold .
gay 1923-a full time secretary, a. V Otter Nugrey
:r. Rain-bowed everything. journal of education and a citizen's head and spirit ever high; E
And let this thought G-to comfort
section.Dr. .
"Gold would be the sun light, O. I.. WoodTey, Professor of stir,-; I AREAL BARGAIN t tI
.J Silver every star. Education in. -the Summer School, So many are who-'Never Were,-

DO I know they would be sot has been .employed -as secretaryof And far as any one can see, ..".. .

Yes, Because they are." the Association.. Dr. Woodley Will 'Never Be.' .
I -F. P. Adams of the State in Evidently Dr. Crow does not 'The Store Accommodating" V
is a representative
every sense of the word. He want the "Has-Been's," the "Nev- i I i I IIi

t.ft. A big bluff is always near a knows the attainments of the I er-Were's" nor the "Ne-ver-Will- SMITH & HOOPER

. .::.4.great decline teachers, the educational facilitiesand Be's" to hold office; so this leaves ,

the financial conditions the folks who really ARE without South Side Square ,

"< The greater the man, the simpler throughout the State. At present, competition.Dr. !Ii .- ,I
r his manner. he is collecting data and looking Norman made the following Iii
after the! financial end of the announcements: Regulations governing ;1

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The journal is to be called "The Peabody Hall so all who are interested -
: i I Marinello BeautySho j Journal of the Florida Educational may read:

- ppe -I Association. The first journal Teacher's examinations will be \

t! comes off the press September 15. held in every county on July 17th.
Francis C. Waugh. at summer schools who We all the Text Books used in the
I Proprietress | The initial copy is to be sent to Students carry

Phone 269 teacher in the State, after wish to take !examinations must work. Also
f' St.
113 E. Main | and, a complete line of
will cost $1.00. take here or in Leon county,
... ..... which the Journal
Dr, Wbodley is editor of the Journal should write to Superintendent STUDENT SUPPLIES
which is to have all the divisions Cawthorn. The examination hereat
EW-Y RKI J should Gainesville will be held in the V
: that any journal of the new (Public Candies, Soft Drinks, etc.
of study-hall
have. The following are some
Represented By J I the divisions to appear this year: School Building ()n'University _UNIVERSITY BOOKSTOREe (

WM. HAWKINS A2TO A State News, University News, Avenue. who wish :;.... :
'. t H. C. JOHNSON.1 County Superintendent, Principaland The list of all teachers hall t
; -. Gainenille, Fla. -' Teachers, and, State Depart- extension is posted in Peabody
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I .i a good time If I was geese, I'd : : -
rather be a gander. Ihis: 'is an : CALENDARFor ;'I,
i Phone '. Mail ,.apt illustration of a child's powerof
91 -. --' Order observation. Weekending} July l 13th
Service: Dept. vein
After this rich
, i hattt .. ....-L nwis es syae" of school-room humor, Rev. Smith: Sunday, July 8-6:15 p. m., Wednesday,, July 11.-6:45 p.
t settled down to the consideration Services in the Gymnasium. im, Prayer meeting in Gymnasium
.{ -here to 1'1 child and the 6:45: p. m., Story-telling Club,
serve you of the value of a Monday, July 9-7:00 p. jn., between dormitories. 8:00 p. m.,
t 3 worth of the individual in our national x
,, And we sincerely believe, that we 'have Meeting of Preceptresses, Buck- Chorus Practice, Gymnasium; Mrs
everything here with, which tg serve you, life. Life is a great privilege man 44. 8:00 p. m.-Student Wall, Leader.
Style, Quality and Value.Parasols a wonderful opportunity, not Council meeting, Buckman,:+&: Thursday, July 12-7:00 _
to be flung away in idleness, but p. m.t
N a to be used to life ourselves and -'fuesdayJuly\ 10-10 a:j Jm: ? Peabody Club, Gymnasium.
: 1.19When our fellow countrymen to a higher Chapel, in charge of Mr. White. Friday, July 13.10 a. DJ..,
plane of living. Despite their 8:00: p. m. Motion Pictures in Chapel in charge of Mr. Woodley

I the sun shines or when*"the rain I faults, children are America'smost gymnasium. Educational film.! ..;. (7:30 p. m. Social in Gymnasium.
,J comes pouring down, milady needs a I i F
para- wonderful product; children ,.. .
sol rainproof and with durable
J. steel frames and pretty .handles. Other always have been and always will I iI I.the strain of daily work ariwho But to fight, and to fight, ..
be but children of this
models1.48 2.48, 3.00 to 5.45 :feel in some ways that they are When hopes out of sight-
generation unusually important -
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j : I not getting a "square deal| Why that's the best game of
for their shoulders must
i yt l Hand Bags Here! upon fresh courage from the discourse
fall stupendous task of readjust-i I them all.
resolved above all things not
t and
!;L Beautiful models in Patent Leather condition
ing social and economic And though come out
;' : Suede.' 1 Kid etc. In colors of ;Sand, I i to be a QUITTER. We ourselves you
and so l lift our country from the] Of each gruelling bout
i. Brown, Black and Red- I plead guilty to feeling the strainof
:; : industrial into which it has
! bog
AH broken all beaten and scarred
unusual work, but, as we listened
.' ; .j ,, ,.t. 1.75 to 3.48your fallen. All great achievements I I, those lines of William W. Service Just have one more tryIt's -
have been the work of the individual -.
t dead to die.
drifting back into our; easy
: Phone S wants. We cater .to came '
and not the mass. The writ-
p It's living that'
the keeping on
1 the best and sell the highePquality mind!
I of merchandise to be had. I ers, scientists and inventors who i hard. -
have contributed to human ad- ',ii
f ; Special delivery service to
.I i You're sick of the game?
" University! : van ement 'have done so by living:1 The morning exercises were
j' 1 i Well, now, that's a shame;
their own individual lives, meeting I Iand concluded by the singing of
1 -A Complete Department Store! overcoming their own individual For you're young, and you're brave "America, the Beautiful," by the
n' '" .. difficulties, "Unto him that and you're bright.
I r chorus and audience, after which
: j' overcometh shall be given a''j jI You've had a raw deal-I know, the benediction was pronounced.Did .
: I crown" is literally as well a.i: I,But don't squeal; OUt
: 1 "REAL PATRIOTISM" I" j jt F bowefs. We think with the head, spiritually true and the lives of Buck up, do your darndest, and
t 'ft I --...:..- |swallow, with the-throar, and the such men as Edison Pasteur and fight. "e14 you ever try to get just the

t t (Continued from Page One)) i j bowels are a, e, i, o, u and y." The i a score of others are striking examples g;' right word? For instance, two
I i: to write and laugh at the .same little girl's composition on geese I I of this truth. ,He who over l'''= Ue plugging away, t little boys were playing with their

I ; time. .;was a truly illustrative of the comes in part, succeeds in part; That win, wan yon the day, ',_ mother's wringer. One put his
I ,; Jim's definition of incomf, Bob's i daring child mind. "Geese is a J'who overcomes every obstacle in ff i: 1 z'i !lv. a j iil!::', c!:! pard,. finger between the' rollers white
elucidation of "a bitter end,* and low heavy-set bird; its head sets his particular line, becomes a r. :::i the other turned. Of course there
I ,1<. Jake's explanation of a anthom on one end and it sets on the specialist in that line just as Mr. 1'!' : ;;; :; was an injury to the finger. Now,

1 f i! Were true to child life and reminded other. It has two. Pegs that sets Edison did; and he who quits be- is::: V';! z?"r.t' r" tJ'O!: chin: u? did the blood spurt out, ooze out,
f'l', i t us of experiences of our I.so far back they almost missed fore he overcomes, accomplishes ': :i'r.; gush out or just how did it cone

i i own. The boys composition on t its body. When some geese grow nothing. out? .. -. ,

; anatomy was too rich to be forgotten :pp they are ganders. Ganders The quitter was just and.soundly It's easy to cry, .
Ij' : "A'natomy.is divided into don't have to lay or set, but just scored and we feel sure.that'many That you're beaten, and,die;. Great.English ,never comes from

I ',1 i"I I three parts; head, thorax", ,,and f pick grass, go swimming and have students who are beginning to feel It's easy to craw-fish and crawly;, below ,the elbow.

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4:; .I Many activities!, of great value to teachers, farmers, housewives, business men,, students! and other '

:t ., I citizens throughput the State, regardless of present location (pr previous opportunity, are being con 'I

t ducted by the GENERAL_ EXTENSION DIVISION of the University Florida! and as far as possible, ,

I I' these activities are: being carried on through the schools of the State, in order' to assist. the teachers in ,

1 ': 'I t. their ,daily activities- and widen their usefulness. influence in their, school and com1Uun; .-. :: II Ij t r


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It..1, For convenieinice, the work of the General Extension Division divided. into four departmentsand I' IIt

each department.i through its several Bureaus, is! ready to serve you. The organization of the} General t

1.\:\ : Extension; ; Division. .with its activities which are self-explanatory indicated as follows: ,

th I !? Extension Teaching! Department. .- .- .I1I. Instruction! by, Lectures and Public Discussion.i '

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1. Correspondence-study ,f' ; w; :;. -
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t r : t 3. Club-study Bureau. 2. Debate and Public Discussion. '. '

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Surveys and Community Studies.
t .- 5. Extension_ Publications, t

: I For further information, write or visit the GENERAL EXTENSION DIVISION, Language Hall. I I :

I I I Unless; You 'Widen Your Usefulness in Your School and in Your; Community' 'I I .

V- ; .. . Through the General Extension Division '
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