The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00402
 Material Information
Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: July 14, 1923
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 01410246
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System ID: UF00028291:00402
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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were honored on Tuesday morning The Summer School baseball club .
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:t. chapel with addresses by two batted themselves a victory wbile"Shorty > :'

distinguished men: Dr. W. A. Me-, Gunn waS holding Wjllis- ;f

Kenzie, a friend of education, a ton _tot eight scattered hits. Because 't

the visitors arrived Jate.the ,i
statesman, I
philosopher and poet, # s
and Supt. W. S. Cawthon, state superintendent : managers decided to play seven

of Florida. It was also i innings. It was in the sixth tnatthe :,

an honor to have Dr. Law; of Pedagogues went on a batting "
New' rampage and scored eight runs before i.
present, who kindly
the Cucumber Growers could
gave a vocal selection. "
stop them. Up until that inning
It is hard to do justice
to the '
the af-
game was a nip-and-tuck _
wonderful address by Dr. McKenzieHe

said he had not come to shootoff fair.Bes j.
des the battery work of
gas-there is a tax of 3 centson
Gunn and Work the infield play"i
every gallon o fthat-but. to talk : '
ing of Givens noticeable. 1.1it4.
earnestly of wonderful and was Guna : j
.. entightening struck out nine Williston hitters
things for Florida and -- -" ,.- .. -'r
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seven innlinF i. Murphy,

hr Work people., sacrifice and learning te E.C.BECKHead DRAMATIC CLASS JOSEPH ROEMERProfessor .hits.Carter Carter and Thompson really was, each the got.batting two: .. :,

do things are borne of holy environment
star of the Teachers with his j'
that God likes to be in. In ,of Summer School Department WILL GIVE A of Education, and long three-base ,swat over.J Qfi ;
every these
prayer words,
of English, f and field. Beddick was again thesJittt l
"Lead ma on to do and say" in Assistant Dean of"the,Summer -
ter the Kukes altfaough'baVfeand
the spirit and with faith that they I Faculty Advisor of The : School and Teachers "Langford' .
got as many;bite:
will be answered and they will be Alligator : *
.. j j Langford pitched a good.game;until -- j
Ignorance is like wall .
a a barrier I Dr Chapman's Dramatic Class the sixth,when he_ weakened.un-.
to knowledge. Break down the wall iProf. E. C. ,Beck came! to the .Joseph Roenier* was reared fn''
will present a recital on Fridayevening der the Hot sun. ': \
of ignorance, build up the wall :of University of Florida to teach-Eng* : at' eight :o'clock In' 'the Kentuckyand- attended a' rural :Both" teams wereweakened;.J" _'.

knowledge that wUFpierce! the 'He school until He i
: sky began
}fish seven summers ago. has practice court room of the law grown. somewhat by injured and"illplayer's. t'
,:::.thfsf"sthe; work'of ,
teacher.. ,.the school taught in the Univer4ty every: college The court ,room is, the' school wofk as a country schoolteacher \ .' The Pedagogues, for instancewere .li'
null followed it for Ihl'i
Mr. summer :since, save one; when he coolest and most,. comfortable minus the serricse of. catch: ;I
McKenzie i asked the '
s : question taught in ,Montana Teacher's Col auditorium on the campus, witha a-n. er. McLaqghlin: ,. third baseman :
"Why are Hsu here this : After teaching and going to i:
I l lege. In the fall of 1919 ,he be! continuous breeze, and with Bradshaw and outfielder Carter... .'
morning It is flat for money, e l1eg ,-f several years Mr.,Keeper :
came a member of the regular faculty comfortable: seats to "accommo- find Thompson. played first ..after'getting
teachers are the most poorly paidof graduated in 1907 from the
and hag had charge of va date the audience. out of a sick bed. Aside
'any professor: It is not forfame Western Kentucky State Normal
'. j' nous English classes since except The program for the evening from some ragged work in the out,;
the! greatest teachers are College. in 1912' he ent red the
': .: the past year, which he has spentin will be as follows: field however, the Teachers did
: inost'frequently-unknown., Nor yeti University of Kentucky and tools I
graduate study: at Harvard He A variety of selections by Dr. well.
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praise. but because, A. B.; degree from there in
holds an A. B. and A. M. having Chapan: mosty humorous.
an The t
want ,to serve." This'should 1914 as one of'the five honor graduates I Pedagogues had a-:chance
received his schooling at the ...A humorous recital by GeorgeB.
be nepurpose" 'everyteacher; of the senior class.jrn to score in th* first when-with
University of Nebraska and Har- Stanly.A J "
downGivcxi singled and;Car<
ifnotfhe"s"houkb find some other the fall, of 1914 be entered:
vard University. Comical vaudeville sketch ter .walked. to' "
!raevo "work. God 'will put "serer9.he : the graduate school of Peabody : But Harris failed =

: < will Mr. Beck taught in anj guperfn presented by Pete Harris. College for teachers and did< thr eContnued deliver the- necessary bit Willis" .

tended: public -
In the- hearts
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Ifxtheyao'iheir. work unselfishly, instructed ,in the University oih'qbraska : Sniffles Courtship, which is ter-Gunn had struck 'out McKinney5Davis \

and supervised, English 1 presented during the summer singled and Landrum dour I
($*& known outside of their im- MURPHREE
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,' m diate-:vieih i 1ity: teaching in .the Montana State term each year In this selection ; bled Then "Shorty"' 'tightened- ,

: : Loves shall Normal College 1 before> coming .tq Dr. Chapman's famous imp ED; IN TAMPA HOSj!j threw out Reddick and fanned-Wai-.; !
aM accomplishment
.. .. ,.Be"the'teacher'sreward) : of praise. Florida. His."''hobby .is. athleticsand r ,onaton of the Widow Be- PITAL !; race. ;; *' ;

outdoor sports. A three-1 ier dott wilt be a feature" worth .see; ..J __ i "
.-"'$ave:the will:to tear down. the ... I The Stammer 'Gators came back; I
waJl of, :ignorance. -In the 'rural,man in college l he has''serv.ed; as I ing. Some have seen him m this I Miss Alberta Murphree, daughter -i| in their half of the inning. work{ "

school bring out that little- spark chairman of .lhe athletic cpmmit- r role more than once ,and will be of President A. A. Murphree,' lit a fast one that was thrown .

at Florida and is. known to there again. Another star will injured on July t tI
of-knowledge, giving up "'money, tee wag among those away. Beck singled, scoring? Work \
fame, and praise. Make statesmen the high .school boys of tfie stateas be George B. StanljMn in the role I 7th when-Jthree coaches of the 1;and went to second on the throw In..

" 1" and poets and philosophers; make the first ,chairman of the board of Elder Shadrach Sniffles.' Dr. ,I Florida Limited, an Atlantic Coast Givens 'went out ,. But Carter got' ,

the men and women of the place. of control of the..F., H. S: A. A. Chapman informs the; public .i Line passenger train, left the track ,a scratch. Beck 'slid under: tha-,- ,
that of the scores of persons whohave two miles west Seffner.. The on. '
Then you,can say, "{;Qd is in that a short passed balC; !
place ,Although knew-it:, not." PRAYER, MEETING WASHELD played this character there train was en route from Tampa to Harris liyed on an error. Thompson : !

IN GRAND STA$D-' (Contnued on Page Three) Jacksonville _Two coaches;; hit'a double scoring Carter';
Choose pot the easy places; go .
turned one coming to rest Nichols .:\ :
forth, leading the citizenship of THIS WEEK. over-I' filed outto ifeht. I
PROGRAM side and: the other leaning -' y I
Florida onward and upward to the Wiliston evened the count m,fise

higher things. Life may ba liken Prayer meeting- last Wednesday .the' embankment.: sixth.. .With afro on a.fly wasmf-!|- 1
:Miss! -Murphree,was ruahetl. to the} '
ed the thc-.grandsand' on the judged and both scored Xn|
to relief map. There are was held in men < .
canyons of grief: and sorrow, the baseball field. Sitting Jhere; in the July 12, 1923. hospital in..I'ampa where her injuries in the" sixth the Cucumber Grow:; rs

valleys of preparations, ,and the quiet, fool breeze of ,the? ;declining i Piano duet-Misses Julia He-T received immediate atten-\had 'second and third '
heart and dry .and Verna Day. : tfom Although:not by any means I with nobody '
mountain tops of:accomplishment.Be day seemed to turn the":' ; serious down Thompson

a leader of children out of _the prepare the mind for'-tfie.topic. OA Reading-"School 'room... "Idol"' *- fatal her injuries were of a herconfined picked up a slow one and,threw?out
and will probably keep '
, cnypn.st through the, valleys, -endon ': the eveningke.' Time to bs Mr. .McClellaiuPiano :?> .f- hature some time. It wsu I the runner" at the pan. "Gunn .
for" '
upward to ,the mountain tops Holy." 'v il*'* .* ; '.;r" Solo"Ariel"Mi3&Mariret / -,,. take stitches in't struck. out the next batter.- ,And e
necessary to seven
of flplihnient.: 1.tel\'may it Miss Johnson, the leader, carried !f ui eL ; "-- : neck he next hitter .was retired, Beckto'Thompson.
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cut backHof
done triangular idea by Talk-:"Scraps of SunsKne! pn .
be said to the teacher "Well out the ; bruised about the ,..

, thou good and faithful servant."t having three sub' leaders' who took'. Mr. Rogers ., ; ,X,* *"-#f..- ? ;she Face"was aiid'cati 08;and:1n'was painfully It' was in the fifth that Carter

Hejwill,be fully repaid for all work up three phases of the quiet hour Vocal Solo-Mrs. Dees. ; got his. long three-base smash to

and sacrifice.Dr. Bible study, prayer and work.: Gator song-By the Club. .injured.*Dr. Murphree went to Tampa the tennis courts., Then Harris( twaiked.

McKenzie touched the key-f Miss Johnson discussed' Bible> Stu- immediately: upon receipt of a wire, But Thompson struck out, I
note in Mr. White's remarks when ( dy, Miss Williams prayer, and Miss by short discussions. meetingby after learning particulars by tele-j f and Nichols.flied out to.right. In

he said that inspiration fs born of j Watson, work. Each,of these lead Miss Johnson closed the Miss Murphree is reported 1 the ,sixth the Pedagogues had, a
the students phone t
enthusiasm. Put wings to youTj I ers chose three others who read making..a plea, urging recovering favorably under the j circus. Murphy\ started off by
faith and carry on.. Be standard" Scripture verses on their particular tioit.i to T611 keep'tit tryst with 7 Holy.1 as!best; ot\medical attention. |II (Contnued on Page Three) ,

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I [L)ill !F MRS. WALL G1J 5 5t I Review: of the University: of Florida [! Tennessee known dean, where went he from is Florida now dean to

I of Peabody College for Teachers.

t I ; MUSICAL PROGRAM Summer School l ; Attendance. and {! Under such a' man Florida natur.j .
i ally: advanced. In 1917 Dr. H. W.

'; I AT GHAPE .j i Cox, took charge Dr.. Cox Is an
First Year 1910 I
a.sSince.tA :
I _.. -.., -',' ,. .,..,:: ;; I enthusiastic .a energetic. educator -
j He put the summer school on
j I jf Friday's:'chapel'hour was :probably *-." *, r...'nito; *- ;-;*? *, : mer session of the University of 4 4 4 + :. 4 'a 'collegiate basis. Under his directorship -
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:' -- |j Florida. In 1910'when Dr. Yocum H It JO. "'" -+ the enrollment
; worth its .weight in gold to I.' Year At 'dnce + opened the first summer session fr Year '.' .Dean .-oif-- + fifty per cent, notwithstanding jumped the

.,j I! overworked.... sfu. ents. It-was surety -. + 1910 h.. .,.,,.r-: ."74' :+ ,on the campus, all the teaching'and 1910 -', Dr.;'"Yocum + war years. After Dr. Cox went to
'P,_ 1911.E. .. i+ administrative "work done in 1911 >
;: it an .hour of relaxation., Cone ...q..186 was + -- + Emory University as president of
i + 1912..1: .152 + one building. Today the enrollment .- fr to--i.: l ?"' + that
i Music hath charms to W. S. Cawthon
greye: says' I: + 1913. .: ; .. :. ;,..:-. .136, is fourteen times as large, 'Ii Ie 1916; Dr.- J. A,1'Thackston + S i took charge of the term.
t soothe the savage, and. there is, ."..' / .... .(). i I I summer
: + 1914.. .1. ;, 269 + i and''evry recitation room on the +i 1917-- + ,,The present state superintendentof
:'oj evidence on record to prove his I I I t 1915 .' .,.... .-.1.> 402. .+' I campus is in use during the morn- i *.:- to +I'' public instruction had 'a 'most
statement. "Music hath charms," 1+ 1916'. .' : .. ..t.v.-V: 433 ;+..ding sessions. >i iJ '1919DrH.- W.. Cox + '' successful year. In 1921 the new

;t I : >yot ,only, "to: soothe the ravage," + 1917. .... :".. :V-.i:. 434 :+ I''J The quality of the work done fr 1920 Hon. W. S::Cawthon '+ ;| dean of the :Teachers' College was
F, I but to relax taut nerves, rest .the : + 1918..x,..... ..I' .532': ::*. ,has become better as the enrollment ,+ 1921 -. .: 1[.i placed t in charge, and Dean Norman .
I 'y: ; wga ,"ap.d pour the :ott, of bliss ,'* '1919' X.-1'/; : ; t 612 C+- ',' has ,increased. Many of'the i- f to' : + has run it ever since. This
k :,: 1 jfulforgetfulness .ou. poor grades + 1920 :. :.;. .:,.. ... .Oj744..r+ leading school men "of the state '!10 1923 Dr. J. W. Norman + I i summer he has. 1026
t', II f honestly made; and heavy workyet +. 'i92i.( 7 .. ." ;.. .". ';-r78 4- ,hav.: attended the summer sessionsat _-I k '. + students, which fact,jregi/lered for the
t f ,II tot come and thus infuses new courage + 1922 'i.:.."t. :;;;o.f"j... j. Florida;: and 'several of them '*...+ +'+ + + + 4 + + *:+ + 4rectors. success'of the scho r speaks: .
I !! into; the si k soul .and world + 1923.t1': : .*. . 1026 + t(have received to-1 .1 : .
_. I t I or are .
In 1910 Dr; Yocum More activities, center about tbs
1 .j weary .brain. No wonder that men + .+. their Master's
} 'find\ it'easy to die to the strains-of +.s. +t.. /t..:.. +''' .+,J t +""'"1 .....- *"' I j Awards faculty has increased Degree's.times The, me of- Florida's most prominent summer session than the good Dr.,
i I"i many pioneer> educators. t Yocum
You ever thought of. Graduate
s may see
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1 I mortial music, no wonder that,, encouraged H ; > and now everything from
t\:: is portrait; hanging in Peabody courses, college courses ,normal
1 by ita strains they have It is doubtful hether any sum- ;.xrourajs: to graduate work is offer- \building today.- The old gentleman!! courses, review courses, manual
successfully stormed seemingly impregnable mer school in the country has hadso ed to summer students. I i
fortresses.The ,] I s but his memory lives. In training, Smith-Hughes, domestic
t t great an increase ,in enrollmentin University of Florida. hss been 1 1911: Dr. Thackston took charge:| science, drawing and painting, music
program was: in charge oft the last ten years as the sunr fortunate in its summer session dia served until 1916. This well 1 special chemistry courses, agriculture -
f Mrs. Wall. The first was,a number.
: the orchestra ----:-- :. -- -- coaching and athletics,
;: by ; .then Scripture : ; -,
t expression and dramatic art, social -
reading and prayer. The, chorus,
"Gloria Excelses .., service, employment bureau,
n by quite a,_numI t
the Summer Alligator, and the club
H ber of voices was truly worth
I white and 'the only objection was life are words that must be pleas

; that it did not last as long as we ing to the ears of the founders of
; [ this institution, of Florida
I r.' wished. After this came a piano University -
7 1f': duet by Misses Julia Hendry and Summer School.

I f: Verna Day; the ladies' chorus,"
"Dance of the Pine Tree Fairies," LAKE COUNTY CLUB

( continued the harmony. ,The Spinning
Il I I Song by Miss Edith Nessoonerwas The Lake county teachers met

enjoyed. The saxophone solo on Friday, July 6, and organizedthe
by James Melton drew the most Lake County Teachers' Club of

the University Summer SchooL

audience; Officers elected were: Mrs. Nell

ed,, hoping. for further entertainment C. Skenn, president; Mrs. Maggie
from the brilliant young musician Keel, secretary.

but evidently "Art was long ,We wish to have each teacher
and time was fleeting" for the from Lake county a member .'

hearty Cheers drew no response, the Club. Next meeting win be
much to the disappointment of the held July 20.

C entire audience.

'"Honey Moon Chimes" by the or Dr. Joseph Roemer met his Wednesday -

chestra; was the closing, number. morning classes with great
Our only regret was that we had difficulty after taking the Third

COLLEGE OF Degree in Masonic lad
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: I WILLISTON1CTIM OF al years; and is his old-stanJ-byf 4II _----
sJtg ,_ .' SUMMER SCHOOL NINE "Pete Hams is one --[to ImoJt 1. _
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e.,4 (Contil1uettCi finished comedians on-the {'t age: I I
r m iIOne1': j" and;will alone give the audience
W. C. McGHIN 'Editor bating oat.ta .rft e1d'hit. GOODS
.. Gunnjforbgot theta oney's worth: ,.', It

-- -.--- -... ..... .-w .4.L.._ .4..i..t-u ilow walke I.Ball\!dOwn first'base'tine a., inge. Beck's"was ifc entS'wil Al nominal{"made'forthis charge, twenty'' Tennis ,Football I -

]TENNIS tOIIRN .Tl singled. Beck eacrifice M thrown home and ;[Murphy caught.i ; and be it is well worthit. presentation I I Baseball Basketball

i Laughlin: hit ,a. screaming single Gi\'ens'Iiit a fast''one through :the Tickets will .
be on sale at
and ,Work scored Carter hit .advancing infield and<< Work and Gnnn scored.. : t QUALITY, SERVICE
MENT NEXT WEEK i the book-store, or at ,the. door. I
McLaughlin; and W. L. Carler; went out, between firSt and I The I
summer studentshoard
*| Carter followed filling the cases., secortj after scoring Beck and; Giv: not Iniss;4'this treat; it is It Baird Hardware J\\
I Bradshaw rolled a, 'slow one ;to ens. Harris and Thompson: both!, Co. !
i Tke. annual tennis tournament seldom that such an opportunity
short and, was called, out at. firston hit safely. i 1MARABLE'S
t ffichpls. hit through
Z Shmcer School is presented to, them. ... .... .. J'
of the one of the a hairline decision ;'. the' infield. Murphy Kit, 'scoring j:.,. ;.. i-'i *' -. .

i most, popdlar athetfc events- ,of1 Neither team rached; first in Harris and Thompson Gunn hit 1 ; 0'

the season, will be played next the 7th Williston .plays ,a return scoring Nichols and Murphy.Work --. ---. -. ... _4II -.. __ ____ -..- ..... _
f week. Dr. Manchester has anpounced I game with the Pedagogues on went out Wallace to T rner.Davis' ,! STUDIO :I I

that those wishing to en- ".Fleming Field July 13th opened 'Will,o9ton's seventh I
; Batteries Pedagogues: Short by going i out Givens to |. NORTH SIDE-OVER MILLER'S %. I II
l ter the tournament must sign'np arid' Mclaughlin; Wijlbon Elder Thompson. Landrum hit Red-; Official, Photographer for the University of Florida+ t
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with him before Tuesday. di* doused : I' r '
and Busbee; Umpire Dr Pen- La xdrunvWalace > KODAK DEVELOPING DAILY I
{ Men's singles, women's doubles, nell;' Score. Prin Blackburn Time went out' Beck.to 'Thomp ," ...- -. .. ...--- + '
I, and mixed doubles will be $cheduled. -'! of game 1 nr' 35 min son. ,H. Langford hit scoring Red- :'-'" ,- .. ', #r ij.; .' ,,': ,I
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I I have found it necessary to, remove r . and the game"was over.- LO:. ''. .'' J_-,. :. ,. .. .,. ,',
I two of the courts so as to .' .. Sccre by Innings r ., I ;:
,L Jevel the athletic field, 'only two!| to'6i Summer school 003-008-x' 11 ;

; courts at the" University are J Williston OOl*02b- 5 II m See our 'VindoW Display for some of

available. Matches' 'will also,,I The Summer School basketball Batteries: : Gunn and Work;. i the Newest in Shoes.

'' be schedued on the Faculty Court/1 team ran away ,from the Trenton Langford, and, LangfortL Umpire:, Styles .., I. ,
which is on West Masonic :street,'High School team on the gymnas- F. Rogers. Scorer,: ,McLaughlin. -
t 'one block off the 'campus.. Ji I|ium floor Friday evening., The < !fi': W;L'L are. showing some beautiful w :
i \high\ school. lads put up a game JOSEPH ROEMER, !fi' in ;' -,
TIRE j fight but .they were no match .for, styles .
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tt ; 'I;players Stanly and Norton: two years of: work Immediately 'tol-, 'L' KING SANDALS -""s3in \
; well knoavn:,Gatot 'thletes',played I .
Ji. Manchester's Pedaoguesopened J lowing hid undergraduate study.. '
;;; their baseball season '* aV: stellar bail, In fact, the whole t He took his A. M. degree ct Peabody m the4different: colors,. also some new I'm

; Williston by tieing ,the-Cucumber';, quintet .worked well.' Knight and in '1915'and his Ph: D. tfe.{ numbers, for dress wear. '
,. nine 1 to 1 The-'game was called Adams each: scored ,six,points I gree in 1919.. He :has the honorof I

by agreement in the seventh It ,. The Summer School shut Trenton receiving the first; Doctor's degree ,-, !: .J'! '. 1;, '. '
out the first half. In the, last,, that institutioa. $ !
,was a clean fast contest featured j' granted by i
by erroriess ball The Pedagogues quarter Captain Stanly ran ,in.:an j 1 :In- the 'faM- of -19lQ he- acceptedthe I It UNITED SHOE

1 gave Short perfect support, while.' entirely,new team} The fresh play' position: .of Head Departmentj j !fi '' t< .... -.. ,'IT ,'.' "'...Jii .

he held his opponents to six hits'. *|ers 'Were more trouble than the I t j of Education in Sam Houncn. ", :' r t ;flt4' l'
regulars' .. ; .;: .:y:: STORE
The infield.worked smoothly? with : State Teachers College in Tem a y; : .
Thompson and; Pete Harris play t!| McGiU got the only basket that, arid held that :position till-the! fall: ,t' :' .,
.ing steady ball, with Bradshaw the Summer Qators'.picked up,during of, 1920 when, .became to, the UnU.: : : 125 wEsT UNIVERSITY.AVE. : .:;; ,
.stopping two sizzlers *at the hot I the last quarter versity: of Florida. as the professor -,
Referee ,M. G.' Langford. Timer :
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corner, and with Beck accepting :
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Moon. Scorer, Carnes Time of I
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,ten ground balls Both the Carters |' I ,

made pretty catches when: !halves sixteen minutes the World War"' ,he, ,was j .6. ......._.. __ .,;,_", ,,- _' ,.____
:third !was occupied i called to Washington for specialtiaidng .
McLaughlin did'ihe: fancyy'hitting.:; BLUE,MOON WINS 'FROMBARRACKS 'In Psychological; Exam i '
21 te 13 ining. before heiiijF assigned.1 too. the GAIN YIL ,.B EJJRNITUBB ;

., Fifth Military ,District as _District, . COMPANY
Sline' Beck sacrificed 'Elder'' hit I After the Summer School quintet Supervisor bf"SATC* 'P erionehHe '

;bcLaughlin."BrJ. Carter struck :had:. disposed Of :Treton'' by -a ""Is ;'a ,member' 61 Ttit following I I' 'Lj' 'TO 1'r* L'f f" j jJiill"

>score : of, 28 to 6 Friday 'evening.. organizations or associations: ,' X ictxol and Records ,
out. I
flied '
;out and. ,,W.L., Carter_ I ;: s tf l I
"' the Blue M6on Cfub'met the Barracks" Chairman of the Florida State
.dangerous ,3n r ... ..
WilUston proved "r .: f. f" I
I team Although'not so ''much Committee of the SduthemCbmpusston \: : I
their,... half After;: two; men' werodown hit I I basketball was"pliyed" .thU"'gaae '9D'I,Accredited Schools. of.. .Pr..FL)COX, Proprietor TELEPHONE SG.d :
fcth BeHdick 'and : -
clean singles Then Peacock hit "to i waY, much:" doserdlcholsrStatted 1. the Southern Assbciation. Hf'I.. ;. '. '<"'r ,ct"y,..,,-"':' .. .,' -.0.:1': J
t1 'seoiilng" W' tallying twba, : Secretary of Southern Commissionph -
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tauchedout' .
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kets frois-IKe lf1b'bt-Wnen'te:: dip 'AccrediteiJ 1 Sfhools.chairman 1'
wsU :aot&ngerbuj the"BlutFirJon': Club -began...goats Executive; 'Comniiv. 1'I. ,i
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dick led off-with 'lai d "double, Beck rand McDonald broughtto ; *' It' ,* '- : '\ 'j.r; SEE ,. 'i 1 1I

to left Dixon thrown out on; : ".4.-: M DonlJ.! President of .State ;
was 't bo amore t .the Florida
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a pretty play from Bradshaw ,toy Ward" and 1JeCK' ocored '''!mmp- 1. Y. M. C.. A. and "Carman: : 'of tie! : P Y G COMPANY Ii f

Thompson Peacock pulM a. slow I;second d''and'tLif': half'ended dtW State CMu itte!. I TJL "'V'- 1 IEX :; t .I II
hif d9..m first ,advancingto I' ,Prof PimimeI'' Gafe xtl! FORVDRUUSi '
- infield Itf to-5 in favor of Preside q? >r Comp I /'STATl6i ERY-TO LF7r'AZTICLES;

', Iteddick: to third'. Busbee buntedIust"but team ; .1I t Scholarship :F.J .ff'. -; 1, ',' 1 'CANDIES 5OUVENDtCARDS. WATERMAN. -
of>tMJpitcher'S"reaeh'.and'Reddick' The 'Blue>:Mobn"picked up'threegoal3 "" -- "" "
struck :::1, ..' PENS ..
,- scored.Davis i ?i athe' Ttecoaa :half bef6re DRAMATIC CLASS WILL GiVE : t 1
out. Wallace walked filling the, '"Barracksgot"under"way( .1>ar- A RECITAL, ,I
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,. bases) But Beck threw Elder but ..gNfie lasl"'minutes :of) 'the..ga* : I II 204. E. :-University: <<: Avei .. Phone:239 I Ij

' I at firsthand shopped the rally McDonald andf Beck picked "up I (Continued from Page Ont- "

; I *- ?3In the fifth.!J.. X&fkr i&ughtDkon's I I five more* points' and the'. game is seldom found the equal' ::of. Mr"..,'. ,. .. ., .-.....' .
; hard fly and retired the ended!2fl to '13 i: I{ Stanly. .
;\; ; ;side with a runner on, third. 'In Referee;, Xangford Timer._ ,MoonS J t':"'The1 recital -aVa-whole: witf'lea. Titi?REXat SCORE: NO. 2

4: the sixth W. L. Carter duplicated -I I O-rer 'Ca reer'. Time' -"of'' halves tture the best talent of ..the'cap= 719 W;'University'Avenuer.. t
trick ''nabbing Elders; ten minutes pus. It is not a novice affair: I
the by
'. -j ;short fly '-' I.I "I each participant is quite .exper- "The? Drug J Store' Nearest the UidrersifyWpeTTverjrlService1 !

- In the sixth the Pedagogues had'I =inany'rnenhave: succeeded 'jw, ietlced: ,. : 1..h ...played .-,, e, .rroI)1pt PHONE 360W.Hi '
y bv'going Co extremes. Dr. Chapman for sever- t ,
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1 ; .. ', 'f' R'alile 36 welcomes bade allmembers f T! 5. ;
who have'been absent'oh Account Continued'( from Page One)
!g : W. Russell 1 King _._.._....LEditor-in-Chief ... of sickness or other reasons.. bearers in your community to make

.G '''i I Horace Wilson -___Business Manager + + t + + + + + + Wednesday, 'for the first time this movement in Florida' more
!Ii tJ in several days, all the members beautiful and useful
'.; i t Mrs. Guy R. Stewart ....'J.Calendar Editor:: .' were present. j Supt..'CawtKonf,in his address,

";!:!: '. I W C. McGhin. : ...t'.; ....T.....*._-Sports Editor To the Teachers of.the State of Florida: Jack and Jill, after a brief pe- stressed, the- Affect of personality

i It I":": = I Louise.Pedigo... _....-._-. .....;-.-Society' Editor' It is ou$ desire that the teachers of the riod of separation, are again upon students. His sentiment and
r I happily united, much to the reliefof I feeling are that preparation is in
: i i ., i$ R./1tI.:-Hartsfield. l* _:.ll.L.w.tFeatures Editor summer .school should know the purpose of the Club. .. number and association with per.

:1 !}i s tMrs., Mary A. Trump _....Jersonal 'Mention the Teacher's Employment Bureau, under- Dinty Moore rejoices that;Jiggs sonality of professors. Scholarly

f1;1 !; ''._ReP...rfers. ...._..:_ Alice_ _"I':G..::.'ShellTourne.. >'_" _. ,_ _Elizabeth.. .._ stand the plan on which it works and pat- -his and Maggie office of are referee on peaceful was becom-terms ming.ideals do Much\ not that come children from cram-learn

:i, t. Ann .Haskin'1", Lois Chambers! Louisa Gold- ronize it, for their own good and the good,of ing burdensome. from the textbooks is lost and

.. r. WIre? BeulaJTSoper; Mrs Lucy Jordan() .;"F. S. the state School system..: Attendance at breakfast is on much is gained' from a strong per-
: i t McLaughlin, Mrs. Eugenia Fair:" : serve the the wane. Will some one please sonality. Socrates knew nothingof
; The Bureau was established page the alarm clock? educational measurements;

LL! I t *" .: .. : '.-. interests. ,of teachers f ir t and.it is our pur- One of the old members of the nothing about the I. Q., yet his
+ + + + + .. betrayed Club, Miss Winnie Strong, is againon life lived after him.'
to see that,no confidences are -
t + pose the campus for a visit of sev- One person-cannot complete! that
; I : Some teachers who are holding to is char- which he
( ral days. Miss Strong a might start. It is taken
'REMARKS'BYTHEEDITOR the "old: job'' tentatively will not leave their ter member of :the Club from last up by those younger, growing,
'il :s-t. : :. ., :. summer. She is accompanied injl leaving behind us something, that
;, ,Ii a if.+ + + + + + + + + + 4't' names' with the Bureau for fear the opportunity her visit by Miss Fay McCullough, is worthwhile, perpetuating a higher

i. i for returning to the old position will both from Palatka. It is hoped and better self n the life of '
'lilt OGRAPmCAL ERRORS. that they both visit the present the generation which follows I
I 'I, be taken away. We can sympathize, with the may :
,I tt-: members of the Club during Teachers are coming into their
I ,r. of these teachers and will protect
: : their stay. own in faith of great economy.
: :HI ," Some .ludicrous situations have been created them in this'respect. If they feel they are :Miss Mary M;;. Trefton spend- There are ominous indications that

; : ':\ :iri typography the;,,mere'--OmISSlonit not.receiving they deserve in the present ing the: week-end with: friends in We/ are almost in the midst of re
1 for Ocala. >: actionary. There are brighter
i addition of a single letter. The printer* position, they are justified in seeking some- Mr Sam McInnis,: principal of prospect ahead for education

; I' ::-, does his share .to keep this "old,, world. in. a thing better; Wauchula, is here for a few days | ]Hold fast to ideals; keep good
i -" Igood humor:>,he 'contributes his part) -to the seeking teachers. faith in the public. Become rich
I, I There is a type of teacher also who feels Miss Lois Jackson, the efficient ji in living and those who come in ;a i

j' j .>J. laugh h and" :grow. fat"" column.' .;?_ 1.!,t" that her. work should recommend her to a secretary of the Employment Bu- contact with our person will en-
Following are a few illustrations of absurdities *v reau, is unable attend to her rich the world.
:. position even though the school officials
: duties because of sickness.
I ; '?; which were created by"the omission'of have not been advised of her desire for a State Supt. W. S' Cawthon stop-

:: a single letter: change. She does not realize that it is considered ped at.the University' yesterdayon

:I y r.. "The conflfctj>vas..!dreadful, anditne( enemy ** unethical for .a school l man to try. to his way to Ocala.'
t<**9 sF %** aesi si 19 "& v Mr. Lacy G. Thomas went to
i ''t. ;,. jgwas repulsed with .great laughterItj .:' employ a teacher whom they believe to be Baldwin Saturday afternoon, and 'NORAH

::':t "When the presidentfsj' wife entered( the under obligations to another.. This i ...where returned Tuesday morning.Mr. :
1 V*' I R. L. Golding, principal of
\ if ;: sitting room; of .the.house.she.was politely the employment bureau works,to advantage. New
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: ." -"l > ** .,.- Smyrna, here looking for '. Art Gift Shop
: :offered '''
,-81'Ii ::. i.. 'U"halr. It acts as a third' par,...ty'to employer. and 'em* teachers and greeting old acquain- .
4. ;11 ; tances. He his
\ ; \ :r-P: vasJ n arrested,. ,r'yesterday. .. !l.P ;>the-, ployeear';-_ ,d._brings.... the.two .together. without wife .and 1;t'Je is' accompanied son; Bobby.by Mr. I Dennison# Paper and
1 I charge'of*'having*ea.ten"'a'cabmanrwhonde** embarassment or unnecessary trouble .. to Golding received his M. A. degreeat Materials
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', 'm[ d d more 'thari his"fare7t\: ;fl= eitherfThequestipn! isi "Hjqw do -you!ex- the close'of summer school last
; t "An' employee. ,in ..the services of the!: howJ.' pect? to make e an"an-Improvement.-if: you keep year Supt. 11-ilpore- : was here with MiltonBradleyBooks..
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j I I ernment"was; *a'ccuseil of3 'having*stolen *a" your' wishes.ito yourself?" There are-many Dr. McKenzie: when t.he made' his .

,;, ; small ox from the majl.] /.' !'\> folen'proper-' good openings for.good teachers//those, 'who address. .to -r.'

ty was found in his vest pocket. ', '" are qualified, and we can ,serve-you Jf you wag Ifiss here Bernice, yesterday Dew,i in of conference Alachua Pictures, ;,s and.!!.;,...PictureL,

1 ; "The Russiaifsoldierf] Knacki.hoffqgjcewky will : '. 'with Mr. R. H. Gelding New FramesCanooehee
:;. ,: permit: ; ,. jK'. ., ,
; Smyrna. Miss. New
'. twas_z-,'! found dead, with" a: long "'ord'sticking-f in*. ., We. haves many.-:;calla, "for thignVchpalteachers the, summer school was of a the studentat University . e -...4IIa
'!.. mouth" . >*i'J. '" } ., '. &nI _
; as ij.; t .- ._ ..Misses Pearl ;McGhee- f Lodge'i 'I
r '' and Olive
were, selected from "Young Peoplg; : .
:-:".* : v*?'suTs-i trc: ; *5'L '. ;;!-! _. t.An ..,. .foiiinforniation mZk .. .:- .' '* -. .. tloon are spending' the weekend t I .
:: -..-: .illustration of- the substitution':!a r!- The sea we render'is absolutely free. with_ homef oiks} at Juliette. : It i The home with the Big t.

t word- -e --is..asf.r.fc'T illustrated<*in* +thefoliowmgTln- *>* &1 tr!! **. *If"yourBave a'll.application on.fle,1 it' Mr. Robson,of Lakeland I ,' waa a I ,r Sleeping Porches.
-- ; .-. maybe visitor on the campus Wednesday ,
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t headline, "300,000 Yanks ,Coming Home," a well for you to call at the office occasionally I ,,as the:guest; his daughter,.11211w.I University" Ave;"

T was substituted for the, Y, Bernice,- whpjwas '
;and remind tiis that you are still seekinga quite surprised *
; ;/ T/ f A..f; : t ', and delighted A 'good. place .t hisunheraidedvis- I
A historical! f suit is that of a New York position. ?This will:give. us an,, opportunitytti a t.
i $ Mt.a Robson was .ihe host to.-] A Quiet Place to' t ttoM
paper, -\fhi icJt-TjcQricluded at ;obituaryt<:"'May4he : niake! yofiracquaintance i and.:place'-us in a movie,party during $jg evening. ( Study>

I roast iiiro ad' !'"A the?Tone'read': -dAt" position to i e_information'. uf'y01i. Misses Winnie Strong and Pay .Reasonable Rates t
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> t t; McCullqugh were guests at the --. .. 4II
the close of the obsequiesthe i remains were We would ask those' who.ihave,-accepted 11 summer school' for a f.ew.days.during -.

r taken to!hell;and deposited with_ 5the rest.. of; I positions i t4; -advise us- sows inlay keep our the,past Ye'6k.o' They have both

the family." The family cemetery was :lacafedarDell. files 'tb @|ate, ." :. . attended the summer term during S '. H 0: ES
........ .. up =- ... -, past summer.s: ,. nd are quite
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........-.:"--......; .-.... """" ......... -............. '!I pry.".. .... Yourvery; : truly,:. .'" :'1. :, '"' ,; : among; old friends on the H B.M.\ TENCH H
"Out,of: the> Old_ Housed Naqcy,"-was once t Teachers' Employment Bursa: camps. Both are from Palatka. f' .*
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set: "Oats.; f for, :; the Old is:orse-Maricy.*. -. )l" ?, /l", (By) L. G. Thomas. ;.. ". ---- -- 0 : Gainesville 0 _

i' A compositor once :.played-] havoc with; a. .::.} ....... .... .I. **' .- + .
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couple .of serious ,poemp. As, printed, one.: I
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taxation .
-" ". .,. ..... .. without representation. i is
r eadI 'Th Y' faced the terrofs of the 'deep,' -- & S'.H 0 E SOTTO

r And guarded our snores while we were wrong: ,--w1at.about.--. -.:representation-..- -. .'---without.--.'...... .

'. "' "My :son taxation" .'? .: .,....
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my pygmy counterpart. : .j' f".f: __

.f, Was set "My son, my pig, my counterpart.* .ADVERTISERS
The right kind Hof.; ambition is that which*I ,
There are numerous Bible errors in the F. STOCK
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} various editions. J shall quote only a few : makes you work overtime'to try to 'it,attain ',:::r r ; sAND

The Geneva Bible of 1560 read "They; sewed what,you are aiming.at. l -> ft; OUR- READERS TAILORAND
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fig leaves together and made thmselves' 1 IPKt 0 1 '
breeches." Genesis III, 7. !The Oxford .edition '
R "All of the benefitSjwithbut any of>-thejresponsibUitfes
-- of 1810 read: "If any man come,fo.'me- :. ..$ ?" i is phrase... .). -'--.that... applies. to PATRONIZE YOU DRY CLEANER

.- and hate not. his own" 'wife. ",(.i i. 'e.;..life),'he. can.... several things besides America and thLeagueof
; not'be: my disciple." .Luke..XIVf26..v' : -:-' : : :Nations. '... :.-.--'i.i&'' ...:r--- .................,j Phone 354

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Society and ClubsMISS PEABODY CLUB I with usual irresistible entertaining humor.manner All coupled who,I ANNOUNCEMENTS r. --- .l.. :

have heard him will need no further The primary council dinner win

The Peabody Club offered a very i: urging to attend. Others are I be held at the home of Mrs. Dodson.
interesting program this week, a.cordially invited to hear him for on Thursday evening July at I
-I: talk by Dr. Rogers, with musical the first time and they will come of p. m. Tickets will be on sale ont i
selections before and after, the i their own accord for the second, Monday'morning at the I
:lengthy pedal appendages and library, !
NOVEL? TRACK MEET made them go as far as possible |,I combination of which produced avery treat.music The program will .contain : door_ PeaboUy Building. price 3
pleasing effect. I\ both instrumental. vocal; of admission is 76 cents. | I

IS FEATURED ASSOCIALEVENT I I 200-yard dash: One contestant I( The meeting was called to order ; A comical debate may be presented MRS. JOS. ROEMER. *

from each side Two entrants.were,\,by President A. L. Work;, MissPedigo if plans materialize, I I'f'
matched against each other and Secretary, j i. I'
read the mm- loIn Alice IcGehee. primary BU-, I
.after: being given a string with a !:tutu of the previous'meeting.which !I STUDENT pervisor.at..Manatee.was buried at* I
marshmallow tied in the middle, : were accepted by the Club. The' Plant City yester lay. Mrs. Mc-J :

i they were told to chew on the :only: : reporting committee .was.: the .Gehee was a student at tbe-summerf:
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The social in the gymnasium on ;string until one of them reached'! treasurer's report 'Miss'"Ghssen, PASSES NEw \' 'tehool: until she was stricken with

Friday, July 6th. took the form 'the marshmallow. The, two win- treasurer, reported that very*few ',. paralysis during the chapel '
of an indoor field meet, which fur- ners were' then matched against, members had paid'the''membershipj I \. RULINGSThe rises last Friday and died in a few! .

wished an unusual amount of each other and were given another ,j fee, which !is the very reasonable days. 4KKK ; 1\
amusement and entertainment for string. This event was very ,'sum of twenty-five cents.' *' I 11. : -- -- --- -,

the jarge number of guests..wio en-., fyunnywand receiYed: .much.applause4 r ""-'Th business sessionwas''follow' -'''' '.Student:Council-met irPTC; -- ,,'" .-- "" ;-""

tered into", the "program,with,great ,and cheering jig themecontestants red 1!, by the program K>f.the--evening.j tular| -session on-Tuesday-evening-at -- ,

r Sto. struggled d valiantly for' the.' marsh-' The opening number was a piano j f& o'dock in Room. 25,: Peabody : + ... SWerinld I

ilr. White, secretary of the; Y. .mallow. j'I solo by Miss Niswonger, which. was i' Hall. Miss Borger gave a report tt" ....
M. C. A., and Miss W nona Johnston -i The name of tb;? last event.was' a very enjoyable selection..., bur,l't from the preceptresses meeting, ,

secretary of the Y. W. C. A. not announced. The leader,,of each McClellan gave .a reading entitled which was held. had charge of the events. 'The j side was called to the center" of the ;; "the .Schoolroom. Idol. .. :This was !''hour. Three: :perceptresses had re '

crowd was divided into four groups ;room and presented with a bottle presented in a very effective man-,I ported as having 100 per cent in I

each representing some university. filled with punch and topped with iner, and was appropriate- .as. be- deportment during the past week. -. 1
These leaders were Miss Ruth* a baby's nipple. They were: expected ing delivered before an audience I Dean,:Norman, readta letter from ;

Chaffee Michigan; Miss Louise to ,extract the punch 'in the 1 1of sch6ol teachers. They were in I Dr. Sweet, who advised--,.that restrictions ) I,
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Pedigo," Wisconsin; Snuggs, 111-.time wOrn. manner so popular in t!I a position to appreciate the select be placed'on the swimming ; -, 1 1f

inois; and Mr. Jack McDonald In, juvenile circles. High, honors in tion. A piano solo {followed little pond. .. .": t Uj
diana; The events were as follows.* this contest went to, Mr. Jack MacDonald :.1 t bliss Margaret Mansel. playing.:She The following rules were-,passedby 'I

Shot puts of one from each? side] wio" ably demonstrated the J shows an excellent musical tram- the council; 'c.j' ..-'c .. '. ,. _." ,
Th contestants 1 j value of early home..training TOO''ing; her selection was very mu :,1...,Gllls should be. ,prop'erlychaperoned ? \
had to eat a stick] > I hj when Our.Own 'Len$ s
contestants all agreed that a baby enjoyed. visiting\ fraternity i
of candy and two crackers and. "Scraps of Sunshine" was.the ti- houses -T":J.. ::; '- t
oag : j I deseryes much credit, for earninghis oJ. ., 1"",O"DELAY : ; "
a sing
!I I 2. Students f.
dinner: tie of the talk given by Dr: Rogers; must ; "
Standing broad jump: On with his keen sense of humor and permission"to spend the night in ,
One from each sid'This eventi j' The second childhood' ,event closed effectiveness in appealing to an,:"au other sections Ot on the campus. ... '. '- ..
existed of measuring the i [,the field meet. and provided an dience, Dr Rogers kept the audi: 3. Stude'nts'must- be in their "' -r.. ,t

Sf the contestant,, the one with. .unexpected, climax to. the. unusual ence in applauds and laughter rooms" on. social-'evenings"by ten- po I
the broadest program and added materially to "r' I thirty. '. ,' j TVe vii '*Em Rent Em !
grin winning.. fromeach I thruout his talk. .ti' <*** -. and. '
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the fun of all. 'Sell
tanding high jump: One Fol owng'Dr.! Rogers, Miss'Devi .r>- 'Em. '
side. The four contestant.! Each event provoked much mer-' treated the audience with' a vocal NOTICE ANNOUNCED IN

stood with hands behind; them and:riment and increasing enthusiasmand .solo,;; it was an excellent number .. CHAPEL- '.k' ,, W.aWOODS{ : : I

attempted to eat .doughuts dang( interest. The gymnasium rang The program, for the evening was The ''Lake:County Teachers'w2i.i .
ling in the air several inches above with 'the cheers and college .yells,' very appropriately closed: by singing entertain the Orange County'ieachf- '; ,

them. This event was only one of j(i[which also helped to jntensify. jthe the- "Gator Song," which has rs in Lovers'- Lane, 'near th'H t-i .' $3 ,DOWN. j

, the most laughable of all events.; j competition.. assisted in spreading Dr; Wood- house; from 7:300: .9:00'thirf evening f' -- I

!e discus throw: Each entrant I I At the close of the meet a loving ley's wide fame. This was sung l>y ;:iMr. ci roD m 8HIPJU.N-WAJm REBUILT f
threw I f Uaderwoods. lactor'reballt Ukt new Kur 1
three entire audience. .
an inflated paper bag cup was presented to the Wisconsin the ar oMkl7 D rmenta. raetleall7 cam u rent. ,
tie$. The one who threw it f the lar- The committee with Horace Coaraateey i y-r*. Tea dy trtU FKtJB. t
group, who scored program Zetrouer left for St. Phone 132, '
thest was the, :winner. r-I I gest number of points' on, the Miss Rozelle. Watson as chairman Cloud yesterday.. He was caled to I The",BJoodworth typewriter

100 yard dash: The tallest contestant events, a victory won by real effort and Miss Louise Pedigo' as assistant -< a conference with the. school,, offi and Repair Co. \

won this event as the as all the contestants'' from ,. deserves especial mention as dials s. .- 119 JBast Main. 8t. North

loge measured their height. II each group proved_ worthy oppo- having treated the members of the 1
nents. Peabody Club to a rare occasion;
Running high jump: The ,contestants wells .
I excellent ,
it an program
tenthirty was "
ended at
ran from one side of the I The social was selected and well balanced. SPORTING GOODS
Ww to the other and'squealed as i in a 'rather novel manner. All .
fondly as possible meanwhile. the guests lined up and marched The attendance at this meetingwas Football Baseball

Heedless to say the winner was a I around the gym shaking/ hands the best the Club has enjoyed Hardware of AH Kinds .
young lady. with each other and singing, "Good during the present session. Approximately -, '

Night Ladies_ three hundred persons i / See Us : -
country run: Standing
Each succeeding social proves itself were present. I '.
With toe to the length THE
heel in a line
Nannie D. Harris will have COMPANY
-6*the feet of ten contestants from 'more entertaining and amusing I "
? than ,the one before it.: The charge of the program for' next '-- '
taeh Pktne 'f
side .22
measured the 4
was =I "
I students are looking forward with Thursday evening. It gives pro '; ; ;
covering Sing the greatest distance win- j expectation to the next one, to be mise of being worth \Vh le..' Prof.j i .' nVEST. SIDE- OF ,SQUABE r -y J 11

"hen,the the point.owners This exploited was one their time,given on Friday evening,.July 20. Beck will entertain the,club in his I '. .. _< t


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: Many activities of great-value to teachers, farmers, housewives, business men, students, and other I

-I ,. t citizens throughout: ;the State, ,regardless :pf :present location or previous opportunity, are beIng conducted I

: .hy the GENERAL EXTENSION DIVISION:, of the University of Florida, and as far as possible, I

,= :: I f these activities ar ,jbeing Beamed on through the schools of the State, in order to assist the teachers in ;

; ;) I .;their daily activities and widen their usefulness and, influence in their school and community. t i

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j t; I'It ,; / .:: f SERVICE :

'! i' I :c \ For con. eni21ni e, the work of the, ?Gen .Extension Division is, divided into four: departments "

I,. and each department, through, its .several l Bureaus, isready.. to serve_you. The .organization of the Gen- ,

J i "l I eralExtenslOn> .DIVlSIO with its-activities which are selfexplanatory.are: indicated as follows:: I ,

11; J I tt :.... ... ,-''''' ",_v I..- tension! ? >Teaching, Department. ., "_,_1'--. ...,,, III. Instruction by Lectures and Public JDiscussjon.! }.. ,..
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,'II : -M- -' .;. Correspondence-study Bureau. ;. -. ,.. .,. Department. .. ,
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: '/ w. .. '. rt -'- i: -; ; "" 1. Lectures
:. i I !, : t 2. Class-study Bureau. < ; f .. } &. ;, .:,"*- ., ,.* ,. '
jj \ ', y *" 2. Debate and Public Discussion. i. : f ,
iii f ; ,.:' ,, -, ::3. 'dub=stud3r Bureau. a I. "" .1l: ; .
l j IV. General Information and Service Department. I
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t ; 1. Public Information iBureau.Tj';
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i : II. Public Welfare Department. ; I
j ,, _f1., t ..f. f ,. : r .,. 2.. Educational.. ,Information' Bureau- _
-fi"-Jr .i. Conferences and Institutes. .
3. Visual I Instruction Bureau.
I 9 iL 1.* 7
t >--; : >.- 2. ,Short Courses. 4. School Community -Bureau; -J,
and .
: I' ,:. : : .. Center --, .t; '
::11 i 1': ;,,: Surveys and community Studies. : 5. Extension) ;Publications.. 1 '

::II I: ... g or, .: further information, write or visit the GENERAL EXTENSION DIVISION, Language.Hall.Mk h.:! I II I

t.... I t..,t. .l"T I ,' .

;I I f tI"lnl:\ : s, You W dei:: ur Usefulness_ in Your School' and; in Your. Community

;;, ... |' Through the General Extension Division '. ,

j ;-:,& ,.1--\ ,,t- *--i .. -'yi"- (Cut. this out, you will need it :(reference) '. "t<.,, f- :r..fr. ., .."

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a1 _+-, + .a + +!,1 1i dence 'students. ,in! miscelaneous' ., study; 'of teachers for class discussion '3. A list- of the: articles: is'r.t'm-, rustics, pageantry, and
'.i! + anbjecis.. of High ''school students list .: community
:, ,r", : v ; to be sure all material is returned theatres. "
: HOW*THE 'GEN tAt No=charge" is made for the use for:debates; orations and theme; because:the'person to whom States: drama. 'TfiroughVut is 'blossoming t lie Unified
t BXTENSIQNnIVISON' + oranyV eS books except that or-of'"indiVidual: whode8ir .tie1 'in eluded in'each lackage.. -Check'this' where, every
,, i :*CAN. HELP YOUR. : *\ith'S' B r oVei i.I.Is' asked 'tdT thetfansportaiibrf : the preparation of papers and of the package 'is sent is responsible. : days that as it Pr did England' i in.the
-.," ti 'tnarirsr both wayi.; the reign of
*' SCHOOL : ; speeches on question of present. for the return of''eery item in'it "EI1i
1 leat'"t of ", >ietbMars tU
& for period "
Books ; a day> interest. : r- : v -1' :
f : t, ,. :. 'two" 'weeks 'and :.dage: 'done 1 precededSKakeapeare.' 1 Then,"'is
+ .. any 'While It 'is the Hesir: ; of the de.t 4. :BoOks :
.., ]
\if; '. ..... .. .- -:2't to theirs must be' paid'"by 'tfre bor- : and packages of printed noy;; there w s"a great dlJm Etawakemng.
I :t ; "" partment:: .to be of assistance to any, matter weighing: over fourpounds'
; the
r amongst
r ,t At, ear weeks ago the,Al,. C.tor POVKT? )1 one""in the state, it i is 'hoped that ''are pe'nt 'by':" jparce'l'l post:j, tn fV'fi3."--P: people.
I n eaplafiied tO the .etudnbor- ho1r 1 Story books which are tent 'J ]I pe'ople' in search of) : information Small1ackagls, : '"of p nfed matierj zln fc J-: .....Yitound. : Hi"K.imminent ,
: tbs ": ral Ex- irlfit(# eacnlrs, ae r\6\ ''!be tiead to ; .
they" eoj&j 1jia will" make use off the library fa"cilities lici', a' third elass'tnattearTlie boi'- ': '
; wlxlfe'they ab-j the pupils and in oWl > educators thouboat, t
tension Divi .are iD.; tfielf ( commcnlties 1 rower is expected to reimburse us '
ir :.Yrom"'llieUUlTey ;&".1.a t'car:."f too 6e gfvenlnto-the" l' .hands, '.. ., .of before ordering' package libraries fort'ali!: *'postagel olca' must be'wrapped the countryare coming :mod and
:t1iChildi.' +ii: '.. ., snore to tobogi&e the 'i nipoitsaceot'Lot
4 1 ryns on ,the .tJ iyera1tyor'Norr- # I from: the extension, divison. 'frf cdrrugate &ht': '" '
f 1 work %W1thoct j 'involving expense !: The books in classes three and|: ; (o'aly reserving 'but _etirof
ma) t i Teachers of story-wiU :
find the
.' four t ; 5. Please dO'ot return package. opinff frimatjc:
; ref\1eit the
only to correspondencestudy''students. (
of residence! ; -/ : .,! iibnmes ir hitHe
SinW'that JaVbuMnVlutabeen ,t.. '- .'s- '"' [,'.package of, late, ,historical.o!. value, events.English in thestudy .. libraries people! ln that quarantine haWs been.- held .by biitbrTght b"f ePerjchi i 1'c :We
'Kotifjr ua have be u'stor
dinsto to recognize tb
; f issued by tbe extension Package,Libraries i : : teachers will find:; in the ,:w hat')reut health officer' > "saye aboutiL infpb .
: I ,.- ,}opahcaring';;; hoara eT :\be; ; 'Through i the:?IrareatL;of public: m-f.'following 1 list-interetiins :S subjects ,'-!' nd' we'Twin then notify hang rWnce failed f"WWork? 'slttet Ire
I school, you is
!I use- thestate system :formation, the general extensible 'of themes which will give, the stu'dent :wnetner'oriiot study the 'uri'derlt.ing
they 'be '
i silting them"Jn stub nSef ul :division acts as a clearing house ,Oil ;world,topics turned. This is for for
it iestpiC: I your own pro- the Actions cbildrein.T'he
ias"ordm g :librar7..1! ; thfortaa- as weh the drill 'in ;
for aill kinds oft general ; : as necessary tection.
( alft3es.*mm. .-'utuuuK'- U VU !l Seniors desire t>f'child..to'sfretcb his!! awa
tare mti composition. can ----
odtside of. agri make
i'tM : tion on quest : use In\
L the'
raain 'libraries
:J1'.1! ; *: f.iA lusted personality :: that
Crecords( Man recitatw. : of &sepack are so as to include
'J ** culture and home economics, which libraries in writing
rr .
-' before the 'G. I 1 under general 'subjecCs; as, for lit' of Mother is nieix-Jy indicatkii
order to place this may be ''of'value to individuals or I i ,,their commencement orations. an
'puNiai$'tb s I stance under Russia are included of the presence of this sense of
t lie thr e Altig4or'f is: groups. When'Information: cannot I If borrowers will state exactly .
rather 'diiplicatanrvatidi.'. Jlt .is what :pha'se'f articles, on the Famine, Industries, mimicry.jfroebe. -
be'supplied: directly, requesta'aroi'eferred j i[ a subject they are Relief
t hoped that by rnean :of boUt the to the proper authorities working upon instead of giving aBroad Work, etc. If material is in' W' 'Little! Ganfestf,

"pt G .Bulletins) and the;article that,:thle. in the various state and government I general subject we'can send desired on subjects not here listed says, "The tendency to imitation in
-inf onnation-will,come:to;:tneinoUceof : much all inquiries for. such, material will
&partnients'boards' nd',1u more satisfactory inform be most carefuDf
; all teachers'of, the'stuJent"body."jEXTENSIOXJ.IBRARY I!. reaus,colleges, universities'and to I tion. In writing f for'material_ theapplicant be given careful attention and an cultivated. Such culture irifl
i. effort wilt
," SEEBecauseJojT ''other' public welfare a encies) of should, state: The sub. be made to furnish' the lighten by one-half the work of ed
1 .. 4; VICE: ... ],wiiich ?the average citizen; knQWSg ject 'desired;; its purpose, whether applicant desired. with articles, on the topic ucation.' Therefore, the play i u

,j r __ a'lackof_ TUfcrary fa- nothing,_ ? Concerning.:which fo 'debate,'club"paper' or study; up to date In it order is' to keep the eliminate files a. place in our educational system

,, JL s)n.dt.pst".pf': our 1st ibis I i ,jgiyaware,,of,.his l'ights.an and the date when the paper must, from time necessary to time librarieson to other than that of mere entertain.bent. .
many of the. smaller towns, the privileges in_ asking for informajtiSnTand be'ready.. These package librariesare .,However, in order tQ get themost
General! Extension; Division, thru ,I. : service.. | 5 sent1;but subject to the follow subjects interest that :pass from current ,good out of the devdopniectof

its department of' generaf infomaintains -I''. In:' orae;to facilitate this.work! >c; ing regulations< alliance., as' Such the AngloJapanese the dramatic instinct, thought.

tat otl-'and'\velfare, an!,the bureau has compiled '{' large I ,I. Package libraries are tent, not included in tHe subjects are words and' deeds worthy of iniit"
k extension library service in cone_
tion with its package library bureau. subjects of general interest. A tHe superintendent or: principal of for those who on desire them them.are: available. quoting Froebe, "Is thy child t

In general these books are package library is made up of arti;t, schools, public libraries, or. ,: officers apprehend another's deed?" The
divided into the folowing classes, : des from magazine.s and pant of clubs. > ? ,PLAYS AND: RECITATIONS he must repeat the deed. Io repeating "

I Story bookslfor: ihe? use ,of the i pilets. on .a special subject of ins| 2. Package libraries may be retained The ever-widening scope of the the deed, in memoripul

teachers. ,, tersest and contains material that for a period of two weeks. community drama offers to work- passages ,of plays and recitation
i | Reference books for club stn'df 'C couifd: be secured by individuals ont Upon request a,loan may be ;re-1 era'iri 'this field opportunities 'that i in order to reproduce them, thel*
#| Reference books-for! ..cbrrlsponilence fy3afterTtnucnr work. These lid j J need for' wo weeks, if the renewal l increase' as the field Itself increases. deed /'and those passages become *

study.students.inJEngUsh! l bran !...ar Pll rJ.lx.J"'pr tlifi use+.will not-inconvenience other bori At present, the 'Work falls un-I part of the child. It is very nec Reference books for correspon-t of club women to aid them in their rowers. der three heads: Educational
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fHO'SWHOWTHE 1 BanitatioTr-officer-for- Alcala-and:'; ,- '' -: Y
together r
we realize more"stullrthan ] ed can be arranged rom I "Loan Films'

:. her neighboring' villages. On this iefore theitruth otMissiBo' .. materials hand:'. addressesrot; ,j,*'ManyfilinV arellen byrthge i
capacity;-fee rendered valiant ser- ger's statement; that f
truelfriendj costume I
SCHOOLFACULTY me'aur1 lg'the houses and a key to the eral extension division to scnoow,
SUMMER : dreadful epidemic ship is. one of the, most valuable* publishers will be,found in. thi.ka.t k*= churchesclubsjC. M. C. 'A.'j1", or- t
of t
Asiatic Cholera ,that .' .
sent an of **.
assets one's life x of the pamphlet. : <** *
organization desiring.,to ;
J JJ almost steady stream of dead to]I I"f y any ;borj 1
'. New'! plays and recitations ,arebeing row them. There is no charge fog: l
the cemetery While in the East i HOW THE GENERAL 'EXTEN' constantly added to the listT: -this service,"except that the borrower

He then spent some time it.. :SION DIVISION CAN HELP I both '
iences BUREAU OF VISUAL INSTRUC- I pays express !
MILLER LEAKE traveling over the islands YOUR .
JAMES '; i' ." .wa-y .fi 'admission! may be colt t
studying races and customs which ; TIOhj 4' \. .a \,) 1 when
<. ," ; leted any of these films are j
born'inAb14nd travels and studies he purseud to The bureau of visual instruction
James Miller Leake was (Continued from Page Six) 1 used. I''
Hanover County, Virginia some, extent also ,in China, Japan, announces that during 1922 ana :
sary, then, that only the best plays i
1, 1879. He othain- and Hawaii ., '. 1923 films and slides will be available : ,Slides'i;
ia, October containing 'worthy thoughts and! : entertain bu a i
ed aa-A B. degree from RandolphCollege He than spent, some time in deeds, should be used for our ama- for .!instruction: and The eau JnstrucUo.5
V&t in 1902, and the California pursuing studies in teur plays. ment purposes.The bureau is now will lendjsetsfof! slides, for use in :
I handling two kinds'of films rental the school for entertainment or i
Ph.; D.: degree from Johns Hopkins the University of California, and Dramatis clubs and societies ;

University in Baltimore in 1914.I in Pattffc( Theological Seminary shoud be organized because they films and- loan..... tilms.-- instructional purposes. .No charge i
he married (now the Pacific School of Reli- Rental Films will be made for the use of the i
Paring,the same year 1 make many worth while, contributions '
14i H Elizabeth Thurston, of Bal gion,) from which divinity school to the community recreation The lental*films are high class. slides, except that;., the borrowers from

timore. I t he received the B. D. Degree, He program and they are particularly films auitabley any-" audienceand must Gainesville pay the, ,to express their town charges and re i:
until 1903 he was pastor of the Green Street rented' low rate.: The
: from 1901 was ;e valuable for the training they of are tt\t'
turn. Each set of slides U accompanied !
instructor in French in Randolph :t Congregational Church San Francisco fer along artistic, cultural and social loan, films are' for instruction rath t
"" .
v .-* by full lecture notes i
$te n College; during the following I t when that city was destroy- lines. Through community programs er than entertainment and are lent 1 K
he and ,worked jed by earthquake and fire Burling to know and
six years taught people come for transportation charges only. TALKING MACHINE RECORDSIn

with newspapers. I those dreadful days and understand each other better and : The most of the films have been -. assistthe sch'oolstheir in.".
order to
:Dr. Leake served as principal J! nights of panic: and suffering he frequently a greater spirit .of, cooperation made up into 'programs, of alontone efforts' to teach children'mt:

df the Ashland High School for rendered; what aid he could I and good will with much and one-half hours in length, '
through the use j
fie appreciation
two yearS preceding his attendance t through his church and ministry benefit to all, is the result._, I and will be rented for $15.00 a I
of the talking machine! the,general
at Johns Hopkins University. {From California, Mr Hathaway To assist schools, societies and I! program Where short films"'or> extension division has purchased(

,He attended that university ; went, to the State of Washingtonto clubs in putting on programs the individual) films are wanted, a a number of records which will be* !

as fellow in history. He was i do home mission work, but not I general extension division of the ,charge of $2.25 per reel is made lent, for ;a period' of two weeks:

,associate in history in Bryn Mawr: 'being pleased with the climate University of Florida lends plays, !up to five reels. No extra chargeis I The borrower; is expected to pay !

College for three years after, which he returned to Florida, where be I recitations and pageants for exam- made for the longer films since tranportatiolharges, which is I

he was professor and head of the has since resided, always engagedin ''ination upon request. I We do not want the price of an eve- a very small amount, since tho !

department of history and political : educational work; as principal' The plays lent by the general nings' entertainment to be mere records are sent by parcel post.

science at the University. .of t at Eustis, Tampa and Bon fay.. extension division are .divided as I than $15.00, except i in, one or two (These records have been careful I

J orida. Then to the University of Florida follows: instances where special firms are ly selected with a view of their

sAt. Johns Hopkins Dr. Like where he now holds the positionof 1. Plays for adult amateurs listed. being used in school work. "" Books

was awarded the Henrico medal- assistant professor of lan 2. Plays for high schoos. The borrower is expected to pay and other material, giving suggestions 'j

lion for work in colonial history.Dr. guage "Florida" granted him theM 3. Plays for children all express charges. A small admission : for the use of different rect I

Leake is a member of the A. ,Degree upon completionof 4. Plays for special purposes. fee may be charged if desired ords, will be supplied with the rec j

American History Association; studies in Spanish, Anglo- and where the benefits go to ords.) Six records make a prog- i

American_ Political Science Assoeiatiori Saxon, and the English drama The recitations are listed. In the to church or school or some such: ram. Teachers ,are urged to make I

; American Economic Association Professor Hathaway has done following groups institution, no tax is required. use of this service. 1 :

American Society of In I I 1. Dramatic.
considerable work a4 newspaner ----- -- ---
ternational Law, Florida Histor- editor and contributor to sundry I 2. H umaroul5. ',n'*i RfiSBSraffifiSSSffi ': i iI

kal Society; he is a Kappa. Sigma; papers and magazines He is a 3. Inspirational,. : ',. L :...:,__. 'f< _,,

Sigma Upsilon, Phi Beta, Kappa, member jof the. Presbyterian 4. Child impersonations. ___ ;

'and Phi:Kappa. "Phi!' and: member! ,I church,, the Masonic order, Societyof s5. Miscellaneous* '

,Gt the Kiwanis Ctab.J.DT. I !Phi Kappa Phi, and Kappa 1. Plays and recitations are lent I ; 4

Leake has contributed articles Delta Pi His philosophy of life for :The period of one week SMITH & HOOPER'S.July I" j
to the Encyclopedia Brittani- hard 2. Recitations may be used <.< .icopied
that cheerfulness and
!Ii -,- -" *-*** *w
ea, to historical magazines and withoutApermissione: .. A "v; '
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yorkwill: :win:; ',* : :: < t "'
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i&the author atbooks dealing"with! Y3. The plays'are intended for I
the' 'colonial period of Unittd .-' '.. 4 examination only. If one is selected [ ; 'tthS
for must be :
States history. t copies use pur-
,, ... ',
'' chased from the publisher. i
second ,floor girls of SectionE 4. A few plays are "royalty"

L f w: Thomas Hall entertained the plays. Each royalty play is plain. '
girls.fd the section, on Wednesday ly.marked and must not be used until I
evening, July llth.,. :Miss Borger the consent of the proprietor has NOW .

;z Lt. was the guest of,honor. 1 been, secured. If a royalty playis : r : '. I ,
Interesting games, were played selected write to the publisherfor I LAST WEEK

Y e R into.with a realsocial information concerning a permit i
which were entered. .. It'
,spiriL One of the moat i interesting to reproduce: the play.

..i features of the eveningwas 5. The extension division should

a.;* !! stunts put on. by variousgroups be reimbursed Report cards.for aH which postage. en* Do not_ fail to ask for tickets i i
; 6.. are
of girls''. The first was ,8 f
terrible ,and- horrifying:.ex-'4 closed most
$25. in
chance gold
for on
I filled out and returned with the. : i
that 4iad suffered ,
presence ,some girls: ,, ,ii: I

rules.. because This_,was of'related disobeying.withlight the books._ Costumes, and' ,scenery" :.,required- ; Ifi y to be given away.:Saturday I !

.for the, majority the: plays list-
WrTA: r out excitement and cur and.interest to know: : -' afternoon at 4 ?o'clock\ i

r' ,
We happyto
the final outcome were i
that only a .horrible! 'f ...t__ ft.I I
find it
was ; ;
CO. :f < !" :
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dream caused by _eating too much J.W.:McCOLLUM ; .<.-....-",.. -,. ""--- ,,"- ': ; '
DRUGGISTS. ., --- -
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; "". B. HATHAWAY. peach cobbler for.supper' : A. very, THE REX LL STORE : ,,;. > > '-'-lk;-<:':: '. : -.--:' .. :...: ,:. ,, j
charade UnoversHe '
interesting and 3" ,"l a I
Agents for Liggett's :
acted by a.group.
William Byron Hathaway wa3: & HOOPER
( and Norris Candies SMITH
born> and reared in Holmes The head' ,and toe dance was given. r I
'and striking Gainesville ,Fla ..
.This is one.of the new '
county, Florida. His early ,schoolmg -
l ,dances of the season We are afraid South_ Skle-Square
was in his home county. .He ; -
will. lose some of our girls "T""- .. .
taught in rural schools in Wfesti.that we '. -> ." .:. -
I teaching profession as .. --
from the -
Florida, and then attended Rol-! of beoming lead- -- .. .":. ..... """ ..-' Y .. .
line they give promise ", "' : : .: :< : i .
Winter Park, Beauty '
College at Marinello I
in the higher social circles Thelast I. .
.. Florida, from which ollege_ he' ers but by no means the least ineffectiveness Shoppe ., : .-' ;:. J' 'J. ,:O': :
rot his
A. B. Degree. wonderful I
tAt the close of a summer"' in was a most II Francis C. Waugh, I .. ,:;. <<
I I rendition of our national hymn. Proprietress t
Maine he was selected by Colby sublime the |

< College and appointed by the I The expression unsurpassed was, and the,bar I 113 B. Main St. Phone 269 | We carry all,the Text Books used in the
melody _.... -
I government*** in the to Phillippine educational ISland ser-,I I mony perfect. Not.one note of dis- -- University work. Also a complete line of, :

;; cord could be detected-there was i
:- There he organized on the I there. --- -- .....-.oI STUDENT SUPPLIES' !
. American administered< no sound ,
plan and !
: : the schools of Alcala de Pangas-I I :After this most interesting pro- I NEW YORK Candies Soft Drinks etc. I
and cakes
; man, four schools enrolling athousand I gram, delightful punch I LIFE I :

,: pupila? He got a post:Ii were served. Represented By IWH. '!-Ii :
' effice established at Acala with Miss Borger related some very t I HAWKINS AND I UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE:

himself: as postmaster. He was interesting eypeiences in her life H. C. JOHNSON J

&o appointed by the Insular[while at the Univesity of Chicago. t Gainesville. .., .Fla... ..I.
? Government as chief health _and After such a pleasant evening I) ... ... :.. .. ..



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'I, 'l: :. t t _Service 91 : 'V __11 I"i" Order Dept. VESPERS: LED BY y Fur July 20th I
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.i i .' : i' .. "tmllt on vitae rowlaroa value" 1 I r I .Wednesday,,3uiy 18- : .,:; 8:00 p. m., Primary Council din. t
SEC. GEO. WHITEa' i Prayer meeting grand if ner, Mrs. Dodson's.
; : I' \ I j wearier permIts., 20 i
ig.ood ; : I Friday July ; 10:00: a. to., x
: .:- wearingsilk .. \ piO m.. Chorus, in
't I. a' short service led p. I Chapel. Dr. Simpson: "Interior GDecorating. !
: j r :- song Mrs Wall leader. I ."
. ,.ro. "t' 1 L I I by 'Mrs. "WallFJrr'ST*- White | Thursday, July 19; (
'I called for sentence prayers Manyof m.t 8:00 m., Social in '
p. sium.
:J ; ; t : Peabody Club gymn
the students responded ap-
J hose
'" "t 1.:'.. propriate petitions to God for gui} '---
'i dance. Then the entire congregation row- providing for their J MRS. WALL, GIVES A MUSICAL
,'f. I : joined in repeating the beatitude .the hen. that scratches PROGRAM; AT CHAPEL
I t:t' ,. .. ?. .. her brood.
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for his
Mr. White took
White admonished -
.l' z white; lisle tops. ; double "Hunger: and Love." He stated 1 era Mf not to be as one of but one hour to give to the mu

: : woven: !heel], toe and that in life there are two great ing of self only. He .sic.When it

'.; ;.' sole. We guarantee the factors, Hunger human'and. action.Love control-The j I-was ri:;ht for the :teacher j University of comes Florida to music is certainly the-

i', :: wear of these hose. ,- speaker lnge 'ery enlarged upon his subject I a not good be salary the only but the I{. on the upgrade; as we listened -
,/, 1 : } .. .' that there this morning we could but com-
saying just as aife I I teacher who is going, .to J
; there also two I pare this feast of art with the music -
two factors are
: i Phifer's CaItS SuppIri Your Waits i Classes of people. Those that want fluence needs as must well have as the higher 'we had six years ago; we are

., the companionship: of fellow man. I spiritual. The teacher D ,not saying that was bad for it
t, !I'j' .f .,.. .' <- t and those that hunger .for the to" satisfy all": these" E wag not and the work we did then
\ : .things that satisfy ,.the soul ;.and r. : hunger. was genuine and worthwhile but
d. has spiritual
.'II' ** ::, : .enrich the min-.l. 'made it clcaJrHjiat the difference is only one of the
.i t / COJ11pJete'.stQcJs So it :is in alt life. The trees muvt"satisfy tub evidences that our University u
: send out their tiny roots separating by- her_acts.. She must .. growing.
the element in 'the sott, taking I Again, we state as music hath
with the spirit of love
,11. for only what thay need. rejecting all tion.: .: It is l love' that i i charms to soothe agitation, lull
$4N ..others., ;. doctor into disease the () j i tired brains here is hoping we
; :, I may have it more frequently and
I : the The; child that was sent for thepulp1t and the .
: for longer periods than hour.
I. bread, used of to one
part, the money school room. : f
j i" : i buy roses. The hunger for beautywas I[,r 1:1'\!b.; "pt; Mr. White ,Yes'givo more music, for in a few
I : '. greater than the hunger for you hi.vc: lore donot' brief weeks every heart present
4 4t \ S physical needs. t .l! ; b'f r Pnn.: will!be'' tuned to respond only to
II IIi : : REMEMBER "Home Sweet Home."
gji'I According ti Mr. Whit, while !- "T1V: ;;-J ,h'rr'J! >f -.. -.': i e .-- .... --.. ....+
we are all running along lines that Ld C1: :> !;!:u:': !!d.. '
t'f t :: We deliver packages to the University j f '
satisfy, some like Esau, reachingout j t I t'J.. S. BODIFORD ;
t t'' '. t for what will satisfy: from :Mr. G.:C. Roberts is +t' and !
S day to day or as the tramp that is work in .the,summer I t
1 Phone' 91S
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I. .'r. ... fed and leaves without thanking University to, take up COMPANY
: f. > either God or man. S'ome are nar- Largo. t Druggists : Phone 32 t
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;l. .. AND NORMAL SCHOOL .4'y.l -

Next session '
All male students -

.. should
M t Begins ; }aE
consult Dean
4 'September -
Norman about
&Ci I-
10' -. plans before
leaving thesummer

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written com-
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A. A. -Mnrphrcc -
S SI President, or

I 4i J. W. Norman,

i j t tj Dean

1! The only placein Teachers Col
; the State !
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; where one : ..
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for the Smith- Florida.
1 ; _.Hughes Agrlf _
l' cultural: work. Gainesville,

....,. Florida.

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Courses.*offered"" leading to degrees of Bachelor- '.... ':'Unusual opportunities to graduates of

of Arts;, i iii 7 iatjnJ? Bachelor of Science in Ldps- / "' Y9 and three-year high to complete' high
-*" ** *i f"j 0*il
> ft school
ucation Master! of Arts in Education; and Bach*. ,, t courses and ent g ... At :the end of 's
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4 :, & : foiy-year normal the.Normal Diplo-
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elor'ofScieYTcein Agricultural Education-' -: .. />i. :.ma S giyen. :< -

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