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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
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Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: July 21, 1923
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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PEABODYDRAMATIC CLUB WILL ENTERTAIN EXAM IN AT'ON DR. SIMPSON- REVISES DR. LEAKE SPEAKSON i


STUDENTS OF SUMMER SCHOOLIN SHAKESPEARE IN THE LEAGUE 1



NINTH ANNUAL ENTERTAINMENT. SCHEDULE ISANNOUNCED. HIS: CHAPEL TALK OF NATIONS. i:
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O1 Friday Evening, July,-27, O10LAYANDMA- f Evidently,.Dr 'Simpson had been Dr. J. M. Leake, of the History

Cast of Eighteen Will dreaming dreams "and seeing vis- Dept., conducted Chapel Tuesday} I
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-( Present Three Comedies > ions. In a dream he saw a revision morning. Dr. Leake's topic was avery
SONS OPEN DRIVE Teachers' Exams. Begin on I
of "Romso
Shakespeare's
x in the Gymnasium important one and he hand- ileditrin I
Thursday, August, 16th, and Juliet. The immortal play ;

.,..:' F1QR DOrJiITORYi rand End i had revised the Julie -4 ->. a creditable> m 9 \
.on_Saturday, wrjght I
U.c 311 t 'not, touchedthe speaker had j.,as % UfTThe'
> r ; -.. --' t $; : ''August 18th.- J speeches, and had yet : f' : i'
The-ninth annual entertainment Romeo part. The scene-Ws< jec "An EmptyChaU I'

ly the Peabody Dramatic club Plans have been competed for beneath s window of Thomas not use it i in ,the commonly accepted -
: wilt be held in the gymnasium the., The Department or 'Public'In ; ; h't I
uri University to have! T-sther Hall. So D Simpson began way but with regard to the i

Friday evening, July 27, at: 8:15' dormitory, to be built and main- struction of the State of Florida, much,,appreciated: chapel talk. United States and the League Jof i

under:' the direction of Dr.'J./3L' tained( by the Masonic and DeMo- I wishes to call: to .the, attention of Romeo;, "But soft.'hat light -
those'expeCtng; to' takeJthe Nations. T
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Chapman.The lay orders, for the., purpose of I Iousing' thru yonder window breaks? It
teachers' examinations end Just there .two.sidesto I
at the : as are )
program will consist of ,and affording recreationfor is the East and Juliet is the sun:: ******" ;
of the present term the official 'every question, there are.to'f't1i 3;i
three short plays: "A pair of Lunatics DeMolay members and sons i Arise fair sun and kill the envious

,": a dramatic sketch; "The of Masons, who are in attendance schedule' of announced Teachers' Examinations State- moon, It is my lady, 0,. it is ray-I'!:one; the danger of stressing ', the, I
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'Show Actress," a comedy 'and at the University.The' Superintendent Cawthon. These love.." r j nation's preparation, and the .

, "Brother Bill and Me," 'a farce.' building, which-Is to cost examinations begin on the third Juliet above, not knowing he is .I danger of seeming ultra-passive : i 1

Music will be furnished, by I $125,000 will be located on Unij Thursday in August, namely, there': Kid? I'll tell the worfa-t:1'Our ; bravest fighting ,ist, .against .' I.

Messrs. Jack McDonald and JamesE. j versity avenue near the Universityand August 16th, thru the following yo 're some swift stepper.: I sin, suffering, and SOrTQw..A t !

Melton, who will .favor the audience will fill a long felt need at Saturday. The schedule a? rn- Romeo: "0 speak again, bright I 1 d, i iI
dream of is not a idealism -
poor
with both instrumental and the University, having dormitory as follows. Angel, for thou art as glorious I pace :
flounced is
deal selections. facilities, also being fully equippedfor i '.- Thursday this night, being o'er my head as 1.''I. nor a passive'dream'. There is ? I jt

The entire program-from bcg n- recreaton purposes BO 'as to I A. M. Orthography, Physiology, a winged messenger of heaven..** 't f,a* possibility of world peace, and v* f '

ning to end will be replete with' make it more of a home for the 't Reading. Nature Study, Drawing Juliet: Oh Rmeo. who handed ]i:Jt ,can be brought., _about'. by; the.t :

I laughter. All pieces are full of boys,than merely a place to hang Geometry, Algebra (to Quadratics j you, that. rotten name? j nation's who want it, bye being "
J. bamor and the hat., .- I Romeo: "Shall I hear more, or : f
gfLd nature; ninny c' ), English: and. American. .Lit prepared,to fight forit.- ". :My- >
comical situationsYare created A state-wide campaign is underway 1 erature.A: : ,:" .shall l r speak\at 'this,?" r j is '*
World 'no'more a
It which;wil produce roars from the to raise funds for the building --I "FT M> fingifsh: '*' : ,! miit'Ge' Juliet:' "Nothing's' wrong with j!i peace -
Ju&Hslip t![dream than the rainbow that'spansithe
'. atidi nce. The price of admission ; the'first: ,of,the campaign i you.kid except your parents. I
t'' \v Composi-tion i that tacky name: and I'll fall l'l I!; heavens. A rainbow : at.- -
nt-ive cents. will state {
I is Tickets was Thursday whn f'thq! 1 rt'r
te oa sale at the IThivsrsft: Bookstore -' committees were named and,starts I topf \. ;. ; '-' for! you. A- hen by any cit: .";!r': rltyt it is a Manifestation; er : i

I in the basement of Language ed the drive for'funds. 'No.figUre '(Continued on Page Seven) namewoild', g,ill.lay eggs.': fthlng gioing: on tfi thej heavepat ;

I)1' Hall! .. 'They will\ go on sale on I have been named' as to. the.amopnt f Rom 'o: : "I taJ'I but thee randy at tJifl"t r World peace
I Honday morning, July 23. They I raised during the first days.. However 'Th1'EVIEN'' SPESyESPER! word; Call me ,henceforth love 11I8V41 it can be attains *. '
Ii': may b? procured also at the door t officials l sfly"1l :i't- :success sofarspeaks : ; Is irw baptized; r i i
I The League of Nations consistsof
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will be Romeo. .
: at the time of theplay.The : Very favorably as to the "er '
Ii f- nasium will be equipped with ultimate outcome of the cam- I rO.STUDRriIS"'AT: gtul; (startled): What boob w fifty nat.ona.! They are the
\ j that' Ihear? I must cal Hawk- most important working nations
dectrb fans for the comfort oft paign. The drive was launch

II II jt. the, audience. The gate to the Bunder-the general XL direction of G.i :i, ] SERVICE shaw. : I --"... -';_. st ld S withpceptiournif t jJ.pcle San-'
name,
Romeo
1, University grounds opposite Mrs.Ramsey's j Elmer Wilbog3fof!! Jacksonville, :. : : By a :'
vacji : left
i' : how to tell thee who I am piny i 'J :.l.eft : -
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I: boarding house will Ixopea i general campaign manager. It i:; I : t nUt fit: fluesiaau,1 Turkey.r ,
hateffJt.ow-
sairt is :
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, ,,, before and after the play, the opinum= of, officials that there: I ;I4r.: .1* McEwen, of St. ii cishzdrg -:. self.name"' dear: h .::;. r r nations:'.whg can not be in
w that enter the scill b* 'a hearty response from a short address. 'to the '
J E cars may prem- :: I gave Juliet "Good night nl. Ifsf L acue> became of lack, ofbehaviour.
J l es. ., Masons oYe, 'the state. "ufJQiler schocj students Uf, : igood
: ',- i .g& the kid, and I know my nose shi... It is a compli- h
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:' the best talent of'_the sum-t sists of: .W. R. Thomas, Dr. A. : 'Mq Ewn spoke of his work don't think., teut t of the League with these 1
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mr; school, are included_ in *th? A. Murphree, William; SteckeH :m relation to.'the teacher.: He '! (Continued On Page 7)s) ;nations? The United States

!i,'dmaatie! personel. The cast. is .as,, t and W. ,, Hampton. >add it was his purpose, with the t ... would be among the fifty nations ; .I Ii

j I .>ffllows.'. 1 JI help of God to help every teacher i i if they only saw t-e: T*a.:;...

ri.. ** .. : to get in el& r communication FiNALPLANS I
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: x\ Pair of Lunatics"pHe" I SCPJillr AIIRAC- Saviortifd : I j What are we going to do about

I' "' ..... .... .. Mr. Clifford Butch, ; with the J9am the League of Nations? Is it going
**&*" .. ., .. merle from him:the great: teacher nat 'E : THE TENNIS \
i M.!s Hentz FOR to remain a dream Someday t
l IN GYMNilI. of true helpfulness to alln.ankind. .
I TON spirit '
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i ,|T 'The 'Show', Actr,,s" \, mankind will be drawn to 1
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' *F Martin ,.. :Mr. Otis Green TOllRNM1ENrThe gether. ,Unrighteous and unjust !
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I> :"} &" Martin Bliss; :Lola, Trammell IUMONTUESDAY After these remarks by Mr. war will be abolished. Man will j

1 Danny, the chore boy, Mr. Ammon I. McEwen, Sec. White gave an in- !'have r to fight to put them down,

! McCle'iIan.Mandy ; .xw". teresting and instructive, lesson pairings:: i for the anneal ;f! It is not a question now so potent
show Psalm.
, the village'-snoop/Miss The picture last Tuesday upon the Twenty-Third i Summer School tennis tournamentleave I I of; where we have been, but of .

! Mary Bohman.; i' -' *- .evening was divided into three He explained why David spokeof I! been posted by Dr. Mans' !iwhere-'We, are going with regard

: r Zetl Frost, the c sf bMr." j sections. -TKe'first part was the our Savior as a Shep'1cl".I.Daid who ter. Th first and second rocmia t tt 40. the United States. Will the

I Carl Link. I dramatization of "The Pied Piper was a shepherd. One off by United States get in? The funda-
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I GoWy, the "show" actress. Miss ''of Hamlin.". This was followed-by loved and cared for his sheep. He t The; official schedule: may Ke serif I[mental issue 1s. are we going to-

II' ,Dorothy Albury. i" the future( picture, "The Little. knew the habits of the sheep and- 'i i, at any time on the campus court 1|lead or are we going to follow?:,
the
with Shirley Mason, how they depended upon shepherd i We can command friendship. .or
I Miss! Jordon, Miss Rozelle Watson Chevalier, The games can be played either oai I II
f wag stirring drama, the for protection and guidanceThen i the we'can;be looked upon as money-
i "Brother Bill and Me" This a the two campus courts or oa j jI |
&r. Archibald Noodle, Mr. Lafay- scenes laid in France, and :New what could be more natural LordIs I faculty court. Since work on th' 1 s[grabbers sitting of watching what

I' ette Golden. .j Orleans. It was a story of the thDavid's assertion "The i I new athletic field has destroyedtwo i il' | other nations are doing. Let the
Mr. Work days of America, when duels ( my Shepherd, I shall not want"Mr. Dr. Manchester .United States act as though she
Simon Squibb, Mr. A.,L. early of the cement courts, j
I Mr. William Wiggles, Mr. Pete served as justice. The last partof White gave a beautiful illustration l'. has decided to use the fa i teaspeople who can think, not

c Harris. the program was a two-reel of David's faith and trust court on West Masonic street I i afraid to think, and not afraid to
: comedy. in Gid. in each' sentence of that culty !|: follow though with action. We
Benjamin G.
Wiggles, Mr. Harry for certain games.
attedance and inspiring psalm. have a duty; we cannot slack it.
Metcalfe. There was A large school students Women's singles and doubles did |,
Policemen, Messrs. E. A.; Clayton everyone enjoyed the varied, pro-. The summer not materialize. And in the mixed Dr. Leake said a great deal in
:: who are not attending Vesper, are have signedup t few words; he concluded his?
atd M. J. Ward. f gram. talks and doubles only two pairs ,
. Miss Seraphina Noodles, Miss < Next week "Julius. Caesar" will missing many helpful : Miss Bryant and Mr. Beck speech after delivering his message

Joie Parrish. 1 I be shown. As this.,is an unusual lectures. combined and Miss Lewis and Mr.. Thompson. and eft his audience with .,..
small admission will 3fr. White has talent, doubles few minutes, in which to think
Miss Wilhelmina Noodles, Miss attraction a The men's singles and a
Louise Pedigo. !t be charged to defray the expenses with spiritual power which touclwes will bring out a fast field. i|t over his words before the next
J and presenting a responsive cord and charmsall class.s .
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;i ii I .: W. A. LITTLE MISS CORA MILTIMORE MRS. MABEL WALL Drury College. Later she enter- School for Young Ladies' in Alex-

: i fi j ed the Chicago Musical College, andria, Va. While in her teen3

He was born of Scotch-Irish Miss Cora MjUimore, Librarianof Mrs. Mabel Wall was born inTern receiving her certificate in public her parents moved to Lake City

: 11 1 ; parents: in Tuscarando County,, --the University of Florida, is a Haute, Indiana. Her father.'school music there. Fla., where she received her high
: Mr. H. M. Rice, was at one time She was supervisor of music in school and college training. After
r Ohio. Early education obtained in graduate of Oklahoma State
Q! t. a prominent merchant cf that the Springfield public schools until graduation she taught two school
} the rural schools of his nati erl College, with, a year of post-grad- city. 1908, when she was married to terms in the country, which was

.j .. county. Attended Lebanon Uni uate work at the Kansas Normal. Mrs Wall attended the public Mr. William Duncan. After the the custom at that time, before

t rl versity1 five years. receiving A. This training was followed with schools) followed by training in. a death of her husband, she came teaching in the graded schools of

t I .; i i B. degree in 1891. A. M. Degree special work at the Universities Baptist College at Franklin In- to Florida to make her home, Lake iCty. From 1905 to 1910,

: ; :Valparaiso, 1918; taught in summer of Iowa, Oregon and Washington.Miss diana, where she pursued a musi, 'I Later she was married to Mr. A. she taught the 8th grade in the
1':1 Mihin ore has held posi- cal course. After returning to her::E. Wall of tarke.I Ocala school where she gave five
_t schools at Starke, De Funiak tions as librarian at the Oklahoma home, she studied with a prominent of the best years of her teaching.
Mrs. Wall has been at the
,,.'. L Springs Crawfordville, Perry, State College" from 1905 to instructor in piano, Professor I University of Florida Summer (IBeing intensely interested in
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I 9: Mayo and Tallahassee (five terms 1914, at University of Ore- JS. Anderson. She also took a I School for several summers, Botany and Zoology she attended
-J in Tallahassee.) Two- years in from 1914 until 1918 since in public school music
gon ; course under the University of Chicago, during
I where she has taught music and
'1 Florida Normal School, White that time she has been at the Miss Lela Parr, Musical Director the summer quarters of 1911-12-
vocal lessons. teaches
She
given
." Springs, four years in Jaep.ii University of Florida. | of the State Normal School '14-'16-18. 9-'tO to fit herself
piano and voice in the public
'4 Nomal Institute, President of She is an active member of theAtneridan of Indiana. for teaching these subjects. Since
schools of the the
state during
:.'j 1 I Georgia Normal and Business Institute Library Association ,I After teaching piano for a winter term. 1912 she has been teaching sciencein

: Douglas. twenty-four and is the president of the Florida I I short time in Terre Haute she Hillsboro High School, Tampa.

years. Instructor in English and State Library Association, also moved with her parents to their During the summers of 1921-22-23,

,!' ; Latin, Normal School, Teachers' ; charter member ,of that or-.I new home: in Springfield, Mo. Here MISS GEORGIA BORGER I she has taught Botany and Zoology -

College, U. of 1922-1923.. Supervisor anization. She is a member of .. she taught music for over twelve Dean of Women I in the Summer School of

Lt of Census, Eleventh Congressional the P. E. 0., the. Business and years, during which time she Georgia Borger was born in the University of Florida. She

t, District of Georgia, Profession Women's Club, and of I studied voice in the State Normal Satem, Va., During her early* has also been Dean of Women

i 1920, the Episcopal church. I School at Springfield, and at girlhood she attended Miss Deahl'd during the terms of 1922 and 1923.
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The queen, man. The of
jury, being composed
F JOSEPH ARE ATENDINGTHE dents. Sunday afternoons 6:00 o'clock
; at : ; a friend to both I
; proposed to help men, decided in wise
I favor of the
SUMMER SCHOOL Thursday afternoon they wel- there is Benediction of the Bless- j the jury of men
by putting }
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comed Sister Thomasine ,the assistant -'ted Sacrament. The service lasts question and ; man. So the question is -
basing
Crane Hall is the delightful I I superior from St. Augus-I about fifteen minutes. the answer to that question.She a verdict. on unsettled in the kingdom.

home used by the Sisters of St'' tine and Sister Rose de .Sunday; afternoons from 4:00 to I asked: "Do ,
you understand
Joiseph, who came from St. Augustine -i ter Rose de Lime came to get signatures 6:00 o'clock are visiting hours. woman? If do The Orange County teachers
: you how
Jacksonville*. Miami Orlando t will you met on Friday, July 6, and organized -
on her State Certificate.The I The Sisters are glad to welcome treat her?'
and Ybor City. Two sisters of the Sisters have the religious,those who wish to calL It is their l The wise the Orange County
Holy Names of Jesus and Mary privileges' of their Convert homes'pleasure to show. visitors their young man admitted Teachers' club of the University
shamefacedly
are from ,Key W st. Of these They assemble in thir Chapel for I lovely home. I derstand that he:. did not un- Summer School.

twenty are,in'school. Sister Cath- Mass at 6:30 a. m. on Monday's) 'The woman. Officers elected were Mr. A.
wise old
man, said that the
erine and Sister Alberta are members Wednesday's and Friday and at TOO WISE TO KNOWA C. Allen, president; Mrs. A. B.
answer
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of the grarluating class. The 9 a. m. on Sunday's. .' easy. understood Carrier, vice-president; Miss Jes-

others are pursuing college work Several students have. attendedthe wise young man and "a wise I was woman to, ,and the way to treat her sie M, Pctrie, Secretary; MwMoina
pay no attention to her.
in various departments. t Holy Sacrifice; others are ;| old man disagreed. The disagree- 1 The Daniel, Miss Nannie Mar

Two Sisters keep the house and !welcome if they desire the early ment was brought before .a tri- cided in queen favor, being of the a 'woman wise de- ris, Social committee;, Miss Louise
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SPORTS
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F L I Coach James L. Orr has s\argg-jaC: "Trained:....- coaches- InT- _the. ..,' J high t
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W. C. fcGHIN Editor I :
; : .; pimes. He attended Vanderbilt map in athletics even more than. ;

G. .E. Eyerett _.. __ Lakeland: University where he took the de_ she is at present.OFFCAMPUS : !
w gree of A. :B. then he
LOST something the fans will still L. G. Thomas _. Tallahassee Columbia ; went to -
where
WAMPUS he
took graduate TONS SOCCER .J'
talk about. ERichbourg had 'a fine W. L. ,Goette _.._.. Eustis. work in physical FROM j

$ I pitching staff in Dickson, Boswell, H. G. Metcalfe ..._ Live Oak ing the war, he entered training.the Dur ,BARRACKS; SORE 1-0
MNTEAM service
O Wallace and Gray. And Captain H. C. Johnson of the U. S., and Otr-ea- J
.. ...,' 1 ;Ward behind the bat ____ AlachuaArcadia had charge of The soccer team
;BY SWGLE POINT tiOned for AU-Southern was honors.men. C. I. Hollingsworth _.__ physical During training in various camps. managed by Professor Metcalfe, l lI

Such well-known amateurs Lafayette Golden ......_ Frostproof this time, Mr. Orr pub I won from the Barracks team last 1
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the book
Bang, Roach, Bracken, Blake and W. H: Cassels hu. ._..... Palatka been which has since Thursday evening:Fleming field.
adopted as the official U. S. [ The score of 1 'to' 0 indicates the tl
la one ,of ,the mod f .trilling\ : \\thite were in the .infield. The' E. W. :MciTulIen ...-. Clearwater handbook af physical education. closeness of the contest. Prof.

fames! staged in the University\:following. record- speaks its own Mary SHeppard _-r.:..-..- Ocala 'Mr. Orr came to Florida where he: Metcalfe, who has turned out three 1 F I
GjiLtais summer the Girls' Cam :language. R. L. coached I ;
Ramon -- ...,- Leesburg in' the high schools for awhile state championship teams at Live E
pos basketball team defeated the Florida...... 6 Mercer ... ..10lorida. J. L. Orr _. ..__ Ft. MyersJ. during which time he turnedout Oak, aided and abetted by Rolf I!

o<< Camps ,girls with a twenty tzyin4een ? .. .'.. 7 Mercer... 5 M. Lees _. .-... ..... ,... Mulberry a track! team at Hillsborough'I! Buckley,Df the University of.Flor' I

,score. The excitementranhigh Florida. .. : 3 Phillies....12 L. L. _Blackburn ,Ft. LauderdaleI. High ,school? which ,took the state ida team, proved too much for the

from the beginning and j I Florida. eo'. 6 Ronin3...H s T. Pearson ."..--_ Miami Central championship! from Duvaf(: and ,all, boys ,from the Barracks. H. C. I

the spectators were continually, i Florida.u.. .16 Rollins .. .. 0 H. B. FletCher.-.u.___ Cedar Keys I contenders. Mr. Orr Is n dialed by: the flashy playing exhibited -: Flori *..... .10 Stetson ... 5'Florida. : M. ;R. Penual _...._.. Auburnda,e at .Fort Myers.* Alachua i was another player of i

1>y both teams, all state, .... .- 6 Stetson... 1 D. E. Williams ..._ .._. Selmng I I During the summer term Coach the English and continental game .

players, taking parlIn'tbe game. .Florida. ... ..11 Palmer .... 0 It I. 3!. MkrAlpin ._._..._ Plant City I Orr comes' to the University of that drew the attention of the look-

The score 'throughout? the game 4Florida..9! Palmer. .:.. 1 M. G. Donaldson __ High Springs Florida where he offers courses ,in ers-on. \

practically even no team ever. ob.tazcieg .I Ftonda... .. 9 cp: Benmng. 3 Mrs: Alice Shelbourne .EaU_Gall high school coaching. These courses The fans were interested, audit
a margin of over two Florida... _. 5 Cp. Bennin;:. 4 Mrs. Sarah Bard Rural Supervisor -. should be of great value in'raising is' hoped that another'game' will

points i at any time. Both teams'Florida.' .. ., 2 Miss. CQ:.. 0 Putnam County. the athletic standard of the be scheduled in the near future II

lad considerable ,support among Florida. .. 0 Miss Col.. .. 4 Miss ,Gertrude McAr'ihur.. Rural high schools of Florida. If pros If Principal Johnson can get his. I

the crowds in the balcony; thetesnlt fFlorida... .. 7 "J of Mi-u.. 1 Supervisor, Duval county. pective coaches were in the boys together, he way J bring the I

of which increased the." pep ____ 1 U of,Miss. _.4 Mrs. Lora L. Beeler, Elementary classes,they would be better trained Alachua team to do battle with tie

of the\ players. -in this close game. I Florida..3 Yale ... .. 2 supervisor, Palatka. to turn out better trained team?. Summer School team. i

The! personnel of both teams F::orida. ....14 Rollis.. 0 G. C. Roberts __..i...,-- LargoH. If untrained coaches knew these .. ji i j
played 'magnifklent basketball.Miss ..1 Florida.. ..eo.8 Rollins .. 3 F. Zetrouer -._,_.__ St. CloudH. ; courses were offered at the University ----1 !

Downing. ; forward and MIrfo Florida. .. 0 Stetson. .. 2 J. Chaffer .._ .m_...__ Haynes City I they would probably take i

McCormick at "guard' the I ]florida. .. .12 Stetson . 1 W. O. Duval :..* ............... LawteyF. advantage of the opportunity to 1J7,| BODIFORD
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Campus deserve special mention Ward School 1. I
M. Faulks, TampaC. better themselves along these line*. and
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for their all-round consistent i D. Johnson _...u...._.. BunnellC.
playing. Miss Hansen at forward !" TRAINED COACHES Z. Ooley m."..........._. Hastings A small fee is charged by the University t COMPANY I

aDd Miss Hantz at running cen- A. E. Riley .............._ Punta GordaG. for these classes, to defray .I Druggists : Phone 32 t\ t tI
ter were the cogs upon whkh the ARE NEEDED IN THE L. Perryman ........ Chester, Ga. extra expenses not included in the -

(Off-Campus team revolved. L. F. 'Townsend .-._..- Arlington -._ ,
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Miss Downing won the game SCHOOLSFlorida "". E. Trottman ........ Zephyr Hills !
FLORIDA .. .
for the Campus girls in the last W. J. Bullock .........._... TrentonG. .- ;

few seconds of play by making a B. Simmons .,...... Panama City

beautiful shot from within a few high schools are coming H. S. Wilson ................ GreensboroW. GAINESVILLE FURNITURE I

Indies of the dividing line, which to the front in athletics as wellas C. Finney ......m....._ ClermontE. I
pet them one point ahead. in academics. But the main P. Turner h... Chattahoochee COMPANY .

The line-up and score: need of this nature} is trained F. G. Russ ............ Safety Harbor

Off-Campus I[ coaches in the high schools. In G. S. Graham ....... ....,.-...- Havana Victrolas and Records !
Position Player G. FG. F.!j': the smaller schools the usual meth- I. W. O. Smith ..... ._....... UmatillaN.
Forward, M. Koester .3 3 1: of the H. Bullard ..... ..:.. Ft.'Pierce

Forward, E. Hansen ___5 0 0 I i'r is faculty to pick who some has member played a little J. W. Asbury ...._...::.......... Illinois | D. R COX, Proprietor TELEPHONE 861

J. Center, Hameter .0 0 1 H.
ball and have him coach
basket ,
R. Center P. Hantz .0 0 1 : the basket ball:
and what won :Ii! $
i that team the same for baseball; Sear, HH2KfiffififB2fHffi! :
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Guard, R. Crum eo. .0 0 1} itt and football: titles for G--.,."-1' ,
But,
1 track, and other sports.
: Guard, Fletcher . .0 0 1 the Correct. training is half JL saxut. 1 .
that merely ---- -
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So much for the value
Total ,. . .. ..8 3 5;I no fact guarantee that a man that knows he can a,coach game it.is ing and correct coaching. This;: SEE

Campus ,. I must know how to imparthis value is generally conceded with- I COMPANYFOR :
FG. A man VIDAL DRUG
Position-Player G. F.j i others.. And he out argument. The next questionis
to
knowledge
Forward, Downing .6 0 Ij i of the : Where can high school teachers .
Forward, Keith . .2 '4' must know every position get this training? Theft can DRUGS, STATIONERY TOILET ARTICLES, '
baseball
players
J.Center, A. McCormick 0 0 0''knw team. Very wall few how to play every get it at the University of Florida CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN .

R. Center, Chapman --.0 0 2 i equally and if so, Summer School. A course is offered .I PENS
Guard, Cole .. :. ... .0 0 1'1' position on a team; in the training and coaching of .
know ho wto coach an- 1
Guard, K. McCormick.0 0 4,fewer other to still'play that position. If an football, The basket classes ball, meet and in other the \ 204 .E. University Ave. Phone 239 {OJ

forward on sports. ,
Total .. .... ...8 4 8' untrained coach plays gymnasium in uniform for the ;
basket ball team, he turns out
a not a basket ball team but a cou- game, and do not listen to a cut- isv__ ..es. ...._.- --- .... .-.....4I.. :,; :
While mentioning successful forwards--and that and-dried lecture on the theory pf .' 9i tt t-
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of good :
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athletic seasons enjoyed by the subject, but they get out on I
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if he has the proper mater ..t$ 1 I It
University of Florida, one shouldt only two-onan the court, or the football field, and: I NORTH smEOVER MILLER'S :" '

forget the notable' baseball ial. And a winning one-or team.If learn the game from.the fundamentals i Official Photographer! for' the University of Florida II t
is not a
team of
Roch- technical
of Lance
team 1922. Coach to the _most DAILY
trained KODAK DEVELOPING
burg, himself a Gator Star andnow ther were more They-learn the rules of the I ;
the leading hitter in the coaches on high school faculties, plays. various tactics, plays, of- "' I
better game
turn out a
Southern; League, developed? a Florida would fence defence, and other necessary ;; .
This fact is one :
nine that battled consistently for class of athletes.. which should be known by a REXALL STORE NO. 2. : '
demonstrated by the contrast parts: '
the championship of the South, which is who wishes to put out a winning
in this respect between the coach I- 719 W. University Avenue"The .
and had ,
at the end of the season This team. I
West and the South. the University"fompt
Middle Store Nearest
a reasonable claim to the title. I the 'Whena man teaches men to Drug
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The success of the long road trip one difference for Fort Lauderdale coach, he must be a coach' him Delivery Service PHONE 360-W.

that ended with a great twelve- state championship in the cinder meet last self. He must be more than that: \
inning victory over Yale at Maconis '

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J I!:" THE GA1I R;: COLYUM'' : of Fair Play, Parsons;,.Men of. road'himself,agent by elected,ctever Sheriff manipulationg of the

1 a W. Russell King .___ __.Editor-in-Chief Iron, Ryle; Roosevelts Letters to became
Theifr he
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:t .1 Mrs\ Guy.,H. 'Stewart:.:....- ..C lendar Editor fromAmerican History, Roosevelt I i troublspmJp4he! | dwellers.th$s
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'.,- ","t j1 'Louise Pedigo -_________?--Society Editor Various book companies and libraries have Tarpington} Tom Sawyer, Twain; l :appointed three of its mein.hers I
j I ""to watt uponrthis road agent.
;- 1V'M.. Hartsfield.-..L-...,.,... Features Editor most helpful suggestive selections. Several] Being Boy, Warner. I It':wai g the:. dead.. of winter; 'I
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.Mrs. Mary A, Trump ___Personal Mention for Annie Carroll Moore, librarianat i '
: magazines have run lists of books boysat :thcsnowhaft-been blowing all day
# York Public Library,
; Reporters:, Alice L. Shelbourne, Elizabeth various times, Mrs. B. C. Riley at the has the in New her lists some books thatI i the mercury was well below zero.
;' Ann Haskin Lois Chambers, Louisa Gold I The three men reached the cabin
General ''Extension offices can give<--you the wish to call attention to: '
'; wire, UI t"-Sop'er, Mrs._ Lucy Jordan, F.! S.i Book of Model Aeroplahes,-Collins of the road agent about midnight.
t : )library selections. Mrs.. Riley can"aIs shot l lIe ways surprised in bed. He could
Hud-
Book of a Naturalist
i you perhaps the best collection of children's 'so'n';; Cruise of-the Cachalot, _Bal-: .not reach |list gun in time. The
1. I Vigilantes proceeded to warm then-
,it;.. books in the state You will be wise,to stop lIen; .Complete 'Nonsense nook; ,;I' :numb fingers over, his fire. Then
1 Lear The, Red Fox, Roberts; '
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: in the Extension office before you Issve; the ;; one of them put the horses in the
.. Wonderful Advent: '
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stable. .Another: ::' L :> lariat
Florida] campus. tures of Nils, Lagerlof; The Mys- -
,I :and made a noose of the ,rope; he
+ ; Contrary. to; the 'opinion of some, I' hold terious Island,' Verne; Hugh" took, his table out to his shed. They

I' + +:" + + + ..-'- + +' + ,.: ,that girls, read. ,about the same books. ,'that. Stoddard.Wynne,. Mitchell- ; Little.: Smoke'-, [f tied' his rope about his neck, placing -, i
I rope ,across the beam, kicked'
boys read in the-early teens.; So any list j;:" :
I V : out the table and Presto! :
J It was Mark Twain who cabled back toAmerica :
'\ ;, of books for*boys will be helpful for girlsas .A, STUDY ETYMOLOGY i' Then the 'men went back into I II.
from Italy, after,he had heard of, .&* f*
his cabin into his bed
crept warm
A if well. I put' forth no claims as an (expert 1
his obituary notice in the New York newspapers had several ways forming':the: I. and spent the cold night. '
boy psychologist, but I do claim i to have hada =;
finaly prevail
iutt "cildnT
,"that the report was grossly exaggeratf plural, In the morning they cooked his
I ; '
I .* f great deal of experience with boys and an ed. The regular! plural of the Anglo bacon, ate, }his coarse bread and enjoyed i
: ed.. Just such a.report was grossly exaggerated Saxon'ended '
in en just as ours a hearty breakfast. I
Innate sympathy for boys. Jhe following is
: ; in the last Alligator. Dr. Yocum, with I I today ends ins. The word had ., They saddled their horses and '

il : V his'keen sense of-humor,' must, have enjoyed my list of fifteen fiction books for boys in i i I evolved to "child": in Northern rode off leaving his dangling bodyas
I I V their teens, particularly in their early teens. England, and the plural form was an object lesson to any friend
II it very'much..For this'first Summer School ', ,I "childre" and "childer." Since this that he may have had.

t 1 'I "i! dearL-and* ;ipfoneer, educator still resides in '. Fifteen Fiction,Books,forBoysV. did not seem like a plural to the

f": Ocala and ,hope that he has:& useful .peasants, who were acustompd! to I ;
1, ; j. ; we g many. Robinson Crusoe, Defoe; Treasure Island] the eliding( !en,they =added "-en *to !

l- ; :'1 years, to'give' to Florida education. ; Stevenson; ,Captains Courageous, Kipling; the"'iregular'"plural, thus' making

: !; That was a timely editorial I of last week, Melville I the word f childrrn "-,shortened 'to:
Finn Dick
Twain ,
Huckleberry ; Moby -
*s .
'.11' rr <* ** atan-
'4ehUdr nt hicb;reD) ms to this NORAHORTON
: ; that oLthe.raphicaLeuor. This will ; Wild-Animals I have known, SotonThompson day. -Perhaps you have heard persons 1

'I't ,I .E)1 .be one,more-error;to add to',the editor's..list* ;Last' of the :Mohicans, Cooper' ; :from< Isolated- sections of: theUnited -
though States the word, "chil Art & Gift Shop
: ; it .is not exactly typographical. The use -
i Silas Marner, Eliot; Cudjo's Cave, Trow- "
; :hitor z der. In a very few sections this
:tj feels!certain that everyone tookktheerror ,1t'
'1 bridge Ivanhoe Scott Call of the Wild London '
& :, ; ; ,_ usage is found today.
:t'' J\\ jjt in the :Mark Twain ;spirit? ,;fall ; so we shall ; Study in Scarlet, Doyle; Gulliver's The development of "such" and"which" Dennison"Materials Paper and

''i ,'j smile and renew our promises. I Travels, S\\iftj Tale of Two=Cities, Dickens; is an interesting evolu.
a\ tion."Such" had numerous early .
\: :..) t.. 'a,:: .j 'J f It f l. ,'.l_ ,. ( ... Rise of Silas Lapham. Howells. ,,- forms, among which were "8wiI ," =; -' I: '

't, ; A STUDY IX ETYMOLOGY Some time ago "The Bookman"' publishedtwo swilce, swulche, sulche, siche and MUton-BradJey... > .r';<" Books
others. It flnaly! became sich and pV'Pictures- "'....
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i'' -" non-academic lists of books; for boys. such. Which had virtually the ....
:' j V : 'All is not gold that glitters." But there *
One of these lists was for early-teen age same evolution going'through: sim- t and 'Picture

:fJI t ale a":few dull finished things :which have boys; the other, was for boys which and whuch. One st of these!
!, ; some college courses which, on the surface teens. .
words was used in Northern Eng-
1 ,are as dull as a rainy day, but which arc land. The other was used in the .
Bookman Early Teen List- ,---------
.;, :. ;; ,found to be realy fascinating after the surface South. The puzzling part of tne

:, :; is scratched. This reminds me of Oliver The Perfect Tribute, Andrews; The Sun evolution is: why did a combination t I Lodge I
r. mixture come down to The
trH' .. Wendell Holmes' class in anatomy, in the : of Saratoga, Altsheler; Guynemer, Knight of presrnt day language? Why do tt The home with the Big t

!f ';; Harvard Medical] School. If aynthing in the the Air, Bordeaux;; That Year at Lincoln we have such and which, instead Sleeping Porches.

1 !' High, Gollomb The Sign of Freedom Good- of such and whuch? If you can t
t'it: i world ever was dull it is anatomy. And if ; ,
I answer this question you can put 1211 W. University Ave.
f ;! pi ,any period was ever conducive to sleep it rich; Boys' Life of Roosevelt, Hagedorn; one over on the etymologists. The 0 ,

t V the class from four until five in the is.i ir The First Hundred Thousand, Ian' Hay; original forms were whalic and t A good place to eat. t tt

i r t !: gipon.Yet Professor,Holmes :taught anatomy Whirligigs d Henry; The Varmint, Johnson; swalic.It is a popular fallacy that the t A Quiet! Place, to Study t tf

ill I at..this period.. And-the class thought they. Captains Courageous. Kipling; George Wash forms our'n or 'ouren, your'n or f Reasonable. Rates (r"4III

It k f : had: more fun during; that period than during ; ington, Lodge; Boys' ,Life of Edison, Mead- your 'n,-his'n or hisen and others, : --,

t 4 the rest of the day put together. ,And owcraftVihJ; Life-in the, Rockies, :Mills. ; are contractions of the words uor
own and so forth. The real explan-
t
.I. the;peculiar thing' about it is that the. class I Story of My Boyhood and Youth, Muir; ation of these forms is that in

knew anatomy when the was oer. Abraham Lincoln i Boy and nan, Morgan; South England, during the, form- SHOES
.. year _,
Hf. t, 't' ,I ,,-_Anatomy may be,.that way, you may say, 'Campus-..- Days' Paine- ;'The Oregon Trail genitive case was formed which'ended H B.M. TENCH H

: but I would like to see the prof who could -Parkman; An American in the Making. Rav-' inn or en Thus the geni-

> .make a picnic of..vAngloaxon. Well, Anglo-! age; The Making of an American, Riis; Kid- tive, or osessireof, our was Gainesville, 0
; ,0
I V .\ ourn. Hence this is not a vulgarism ,
;1, Saxon. is a-stiff course, all right, but some of napped, Steeynson; Ramsey Milholland, but a remnant of pure Old E Florida E

;i the most interesting points of etymology Tarkington; Huckleberry Finn, Twain; The English.The .
:: evolution of the genitive or II
t t Forest, White.
-arise in this course. For this reason the S HOES
possesive of the: pronoun, it, is a
t j studY of Anglo-Saxon is'one of the most interesting '" fascinating study. But this was

j! of studies. Permit me to call your Bookman Before-the-Teen List confused with the same form for

\\t, I attention to a few of the interesting points Story of a Bad Boy, Aldrich ; The Young he in the genitive. They ,then resorted tf 4Ib-
to various means of overcoming -
I ithose which make it really worth while toknow Trailers, Altsheler; For the Honor of the this confusion, and many STOCK
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the language, and which ,create an interest School, Barbour; Track's End, Carruth; forms Resulted. Among them are .
of it, thereof, the, it, the it, the
I in our on language. These instances Boys of 76, Coffin; ,Lincoln and the Sleeping own and it own. They finally ran -I TAILORAND

are not restricted to Anglo-Saxon as such, Sentinel, Chittenden; The Boy Scout, and across its which remains to the

but follow thru the evolution of the English t j Other Stories, Davis; The Hoosier Schoolboy, present.

,:language; from the Anglo-Saxon. Eggleston; High Benton, Heyliger; On the These the AngloSaxon word studies language do not belongto proper DRY CLEANER

-,* Did you know that the word "Children" is Trail of Washington, Hill; A Boy's Town, \but are an outgrowth. of that

:a double- plural? The original-word, :'did,' Howells; Boy Life on_.the Prairie, Garland; language as it evolved, with varia- Phone 354
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!i second selection which'yeas equally I' Several:; members'have attended :

I :MISS\ LOUISE PEDIGO, Editress .-J lf. The- program offered.by Peabody : as delightful as the former. I breakfast lately, contrary to the f fI

.. ,. Club this;week was up: to the usual I :Miss Nannie i
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FACULTY AND SEN- lege chairman 3IIa. E. well balanced. being composed of !' and her assistants deserve j which Prof. Beck, the "autocrat of !
\Wme and-the thirty wha4"mtrsicj'a; : ::debate;'"-anil"'srtatk; ;"ny-;specisexcellentro 1 the"breakfast table' Selivered before .

cooperated so well to make this Professor E. C. of the. ,' which well selected and !
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function a success. ir i department. f balanced. It was enjoyed by day evening. Miss Pedigo and f

The guests--: thoroughly appreciated '.' President.A*.L. Work called-the ''one of the largest audience r .ofi ,I !!rr.Kink attended the meeting, -
DAMESj the.Efforts of the 'Dance 1 Meeting-to order.i Misii' Pedigo i the present session.. .4' i ii and: had an'enjoyable_ leT.time.p. .
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and the-memories of th. pl ai3n1evening read the ninuts jpf the pr.%j us, t I \ 'f' r'I. \: 4 ** :' r. \ "J. .

Wives they spent together as !1 meeting, which were accepted by BLUE MOONBEAMS No matter how friendless she t j

of Faculty Entertain'' well as the most delicious supper | ,the club. The only business be;- may be a woman can always lo4

tWith a Most Delight- | they were served, will always remain :fore the society was a "report 'ofMiss I cate some person to whom she can f J I

,. as one of the biggest eventsof i Glissen, treaunr, in, which\ } chaVter tell secret. t j
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their school life. she called attention to the f fm
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that few have paid :heirclub"dues. i
enjoyabIe1'ventJ only 'a- ':. *jwa.s4he guest of the Club, on pu:', .
G'IVES"-t President Work urged li'f!
day evening. Miss Strong tidy
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of the season was the :mid-sum: \ HOUSE each member to attend to this: i i
the guest! of Miss Clara Hcrloa
wr picnic given by the University matter 'promptly as the success of '
Dames on the campus Jast Tuesday .: sANINFQRMAL'TEAThe I 'the club'social depends-upon' the"!-while.s turned on-"thecampus.her home .at, ;-,.She Pa'
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Mrs. T. R.. Leigh, president, to I 1 Following the business session! Miss j Fay )IeCullQugl1'was visiting '

the husbands of the faculty of the ,. .students and members of the evening's program was tendered. -I I with MASS Strong, and was

summer school, the receptresses, : the faculty were guests at an informal The opening number was a !J I expected as a vsitor at Table ?6,

graduating class, and the graduate tea given at the K. A. house i i song, "America, the Beaft!' iful," [i but was unable to be present. The

students. [ion: Saturday afternoon from four j jI t ti j which the audience was led by j.j.In I Blue Moons 'regretted that she

About one hundred and thirty I i until six. Guests were cordially |[i Miss Chaffee, with Miss Sutherland was not present. dt
five I received at the door, and all en- the accompaniment.Miss I I
guests were present.The I| playing Miss Helen Cubberly, of .
thirty members of the Uni tered into the spirit of the oc- 'Lancaster then gave a vocal I I'ville was a visitor and Gaines-I I

versity Dames who are in, town casion, passing a pleasant afternoon -t solo to the delight of those 'present the club on Saturday evening. It I (4.Ve

this summer furnished the sup- among friends or increas*,_.I I! was regretted that several mem- t Our Own Lenses
I lag their acquaintances. I Beck spoke on ,the I II' grind
perwhich was in abundance on long Pro tb or h-rs were absent during the meal.Prof. "
long tables where it was -spread.i Between conversations the subject,-"Poems That Have Made Beck was forced to be absent NODELAYQainesVille -

Before supper the president, guests were treated! with a mu- j I'I' Recent Americans' 'Famous.? Those 1 I from the table on Monday
Florida.
Mrs. Leigh, spoke a few.words of sical program consisting of var- who know Professor Beck came evening as he was playing base i ,

cordial welcome; to the guests; ied vocal and piano selections i I[ with eager expectation and were ball. It .is very seldom that Mr. >.

then Rev. Geo. E. White, secretary The first selection was a vocal II I in no wise disappointed. Those j 1 Beck misses a meal, and he regretted !fif1t !:iSl"!
of the Y. M. C. A.,.gave the solo by Miss Cornelia Lancaster I I who heard him for the first timewire the occasion very much.In .
invOtatioIk. .She sang '"I Bring; you Hearts; .1 j equaly delighted. Professor: Mr. Beck's absence, :Mr. Lee We Fix 'Em Rent 'Em. and
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During the feast the guests ii'd' Ease," and "Stay in Your Own I IBa Beck; handled his subject in an ,work; visited the-table, as'the guest Sell 'EnuCEjrUIKE

the Dames intermingled, petting. ." Miss Hendry was next 1I ]f instructive and, highly entertaining.J of Miss Louise Pedigo. I UNDmWOO1I S

,acquainted with each other. A fine on the. program. She rendered a I: manner. Miss Piedigo was absent on Saturday -

sprit prevailed throughout. ',>,7.I I.piano solo which was enjoyed by A number of interest was a debate i evening, during the visit of
all. Miss Sutherland and Miss I "Resolved: That AU Restrictions ..: Mass Cubberly. She was a memberof
I After supper the preceptresses and ( Wright played a piano duet, fol Should be Removed from a party who motored to Sunny- $$ DOWN
Dames .
were presented to the l' .
I others. The reoeptresse in turn cowed by a piano solo, "The Spinning :-" Summer ,School Students.* H. C. side for-an outing during the af* '' : f
who Wheel Chorus," by Miss Nis Johnson, of oratorical fame at the t ernoon. She reported a delightful SmPMAN-VTABD REBUILT
introduced the U. F. boys Uudevw oda. factory rebuilt like new. Eaj?
entertained wonger. Miss Ruth Chaffee sing i f Unversity of Florida, upheld the time. t.* monthly payments practically same a. real f
I were the present and singing who "Old Flor- a clever little song: "Bon Jour, :Ma affirmative, and had a worthy foe ;Prof. Beck, Miss Louise Pedigo, Guaranteed i year Phone Ten J32 days' trial FEEL:
party by ,
ida." Belle This may hs called a in F. S. McLaughlin, of Marysville J and Mr. Russell King were absent The Typewriterand -
I "surprise ending" song. :Miss Dur- College. Both sides were ably de 1 from the table on Monday evening Bloodwortty Repair, Co.
I The graduating class then con- the guests with Miss Pedi- of the uniI -
den entertained fended. The judges: I in anticipation 119 East Main St North
ducted a mock, wedding ceremonyin several piano selections. The music go, and :Messrs. King and O'Bry- I
_which Miss Summer School committee consisted of Mrs. ant, were unable to reach a decis- '( I

(Miss Brown) was joined in the Mabel Wall, Miss Barbara Stovall, ion. One voted for the affirmative

holy bonds of matrimony with Mr. and Miss Ruth Chaffee. They -one for the negative, while the SPORTING GOODS

University (Mr. Ellis Moore), made excellent selections in their third judge was "hopelesly disa :

"Rev." Snuggs officiating.The talented performers. greed." Mr. King took the oppor- Football Baseba1LHardware Utr
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picnic was concluded with a suggestions
Guests were served bounteously tunity to offer some
friendly handclasp of all present with punch and lady fingers, whereby the young ladies will be i i See Us
while everyone sang several familiar with a mixture of other delicasie! made more chivalrous in their atti-

tune, led by Mr. Kline ; tude toward the young men. But THE THOMAS COMPANY .:
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committee: headed by Mrs. Wil- seem their "status quo.' t WEST SIDE OF SQUARE ;;
r Mon Newell chairman, who was Ruth
Norman high:4hat has.concealed .,manya As a closing number Miss I. -
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F 'Mrs. Alice Blair, Mrs. H. K. Faht,j county, according to numbers. vice-president; Miss Bertha Lou Cock
COUNTY CLUBDIRECTORY Mrs. I. Z. Meek, Mrs. Edna The Members are: I. T. Pearson Burns, secretary and treasurer. I Lillie, Bulla, Mrs. Carolyn
Webb, Mrs. Evelyn Wilkinson, I president; Marguerite Cadwaller, Members, Misses Bessie Allen i I Meadows Mrs. Grace Martin, Mrs
J Mrs": L. F. Townsend, Mrs. Harry secretary; :Members, Emmctt :Margaret Anderson, Anne Boucli-I I Ether Bradbury, Mrs. Nell
Skeen
d ; V Kite; Misses May Siott, .Anderson, Mr. Cole, Fred McCall, dIe, AKce Chur.h, Ethelyn Chap i I I Mrs.. Maggie Keel, Mr and
; *, : Minnie Slott, Beatrice Sollee, Mil-j Mr. Stanley, J. A. Wheeler, Mr. !I!man, Bertha Lou Burns, Jacie j Mrs.tf. o. Smith, Mr. W. C.
County Pearl I. fmney"Mr. W. L. Gaeta, Mr. Ellis
t I There have been several : ilred Sledge JennieRing i Zetrouer. Eva Barrs, Aerial Webb, :Martha Koester, Alice Moore. -
: Clubs organized for the Summer Cameron, Hatty Miiligan, Gladys Crafts, Rheba Crum, Jacqueline I Skilton, Bertha Henderson, Alice
It term. Duval beads in the list in Hood, Gertrude McArthur, Lillian::Edwards, Selma Frisbe, Florence! Lindstedt, Olive Martin, Mrs. Guy
;! number of members, numbering' Milligan, 'Ethelyii Wells, Barbara I Hill, Pearl Hill, Ezabeth: Hinson?! Stewart, Mrs. Fannie Price, Mrs. Biff That over there is an en-
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i thirty-three. Stov ll, Peart Duggar, Evalyn!I II' Mabel J. Howard, Lucie Jordan j;Eugenia Fair, Mrs. Ruth Hober, gine boiler.
Duval County Club,.- re-organized McNiel, Mary Cooper, Grace Glide:J..illialills\ Bernice Pearson]! Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mires. Bangnd what is the reason
oni 4, 1923.E *Otlcrs.Lliss(: well, Elizabeijk5White: i Madeline I:Kate Peterson, Clyde Smith, Mrs. I they boil engines
] JulY McNeil, president; Miss I' Henewacher. Messrs Hugh Wells, !!l. ',A. Wheeler, Naomi: Winters. Lake County has a membership I BiiF i -To lake the engine tender
Evelyn of thirteen.
Mis t3 E.tDugger, C. A. Harrison L.F'Tasgndl3ir. Officers: Mrs. Nell J3iff- Where did that
Rose Barchan, vice-president; Volusia County rates ..thirdpresidehT : ._svth Skeen, president .you get
Mrs. Maggie '
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Stovall, 'secretary;) *M : Kite. n enrollment! of ninetee1 nemrs.4 eye! -
Keel,
Barbara Hugh.W ells, .treasurer. Members ,. Dade County"":'P ,Club members-J. .. : Officers: firs;:Eugenia Fair-' ,Joe! Mallory secretary.,"V .. Beulah:Members, Misses, Bang-:I'guessed a woman's age
Mrs. Ambrose, Mrs. Myrtie"ueesV. Number twen rfour- fe and ; ;'Mrs.*J. E:-' v7illamsi! ;:!I Leila Daniels, Julia Daniels Shockley, Julia could.correctly. ';:when'f. she asked me if I
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} THE POETS' .+ t a valid Third Grade Certificate : p are, Tennyson and others,and above all other?,R I say unto yuo, f

h i. + (Continued from Page One) t shall not be exempt from examin- wound up with that well' known "nay; for, except ye repent, ye
ations in :
subjects other than
Orthography 1
shall all likewise perish.
advice from Holmes' masterpiece: s
CORNER ::1 FridayA. t Reading and Physiology. I"Build thee more stately mansions Dr. Simpson discredits that ;I
M. Arithmetic If requirements as to average and thank God for :
f United States' 1 I oh, my soul, as the swift :seasons poet who said, "I
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History, Agriculture (advanced), minimum grade are cot met by I I I roll." my unconquerable soul," and corrects
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t "- Biology. History and Principles of ; exemption shall it by saying, we have no i
WHY NOT! j Education.P. !be had only on subjects for which Dr. Simpson says our greatest unconquerable soul. We have a !

i M. Theory and Practice of I the certificate held shows the task in life is to let the ape and I conquerable soul, continually

If a female duke is a duchess, i Teaching, Composition, Manual ,average grade required for certificate the tiger within us die. The ani- threatened and menaced by the I

Would a female spook be a ] Arts, Civil Government, General sought Or grades above: mal is in us; there's no denyingthe ape andjhe tiger within us and

spuchess? I History, American History. School such average grade. proposition. The only way to our only way to safety; is to lay t

And if a male goose is a gander, I Administration and the School I Those desiring exeptions should escape the only way to let the resolute hold on the forces that t

Then,would a male moose be a I Laws of Florida. 1 submit their certificates to their animal die is' to fly from the cheap lift us higher, hold on with a i
wander? 'I 'I county superintendents for inspection and vulgar in every field of life. steady grip and be borne toward i

SaturdayA. ( prior to the examination. If Hp says we shoifif! Continually the better things for which we .I

If,the plural of child is children, M. Agriculture, Algebra |such exemption is granted the old plagiarize the best. He proved occasionally yearn.
Would the plural of wild be: wil- I (Quadratics and Beyond) Psycho- t!certificate held must be forward that plagiarism is no sin by rlating"that t tIfr.

dren? logy (advanced), School Singing, to the State Superintendent along not only Shapespeare plagiarized : Cargo, of Temple Texas, 1

If a number of cows are cattle, Chemistry, Physics, Ancient His- with the examination papers of the ; but that Christ, Himself,.did representing the Elson Art Exhibit i

Would, a number of bows be battle 1 tory. applicant. so by taking many of his words Company, announced that he :

P. M. Latin, German, Greek, Examination hours are from from the Old Testament. Woe are had five hundred pictures to be
French, Spanish Modern History, taking and should constantly take -
of larger
8:30 until 12 a. m., and from 2 placed in the possession
If:a man who makes plays is a I Psychology, (Elementary.) until 6 p. m.PEABODY .. other people's thoughts but we schools for one weeks time. Advertising -
playwright, Special arrangements should be should be carefull to take only the matter to be sent out

Would a man who makes hay bea made for examinations in subjects I DRAMATIC CLUB good thoughts and equally care- free by the company, and distribution i I
haywrightTIf included in Group 6. : WILL ENTERTAIN ful not to adopt cheap secondhand I to be made by the schools; f

a person who fails is a failure; Hegulattons1.Questions ; thoughts. We should fill .I Al'r'fh'ar' 'interested in art were f

Would a' person who quails be, a on each subject (Continued from Page One) our heads with good thoughts ex- admonished: to see Mr. Cargo at j
pressed in good language, should
: quailure? must be kept exclusively in the This is the only performance of once. I I
with the lan-
minds
decorate! our
hands of the Examiner until the this nature to be offered to thesummer ; .... !
especially _
If the apple you bite is bitten, I I guage of great writers, "' 4 \
minute for examination.: Seal to school students. Studentsof ,I.
Would the battle fight be fit- great poets. He further stated
you NEW YORK
each enclosure must be broken in previous summers who have attended *
\ ten? 'that the greatest poetry of the race i r
the presence of all examiners. other performances of this Old' LIFE
And if cat is kitten, is in the Bible, especially the
a young a
2.-AH nature will t
examinees must beginany vouch for the interest,
Then would a young rat be a rit- Testament, and, as evidence of thestatement Represented By ,
given subject at the time ana entertainment, and pure unadulter- WM. HAWKINS AND
t the following quotations
:ten? gave
ino recess must be taken until that ated humor which these plays will H. C. JOHNSON"I I
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"What is man that
subject is (om lete If an applicant 'i afford. : Gainesville Fla. i
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leaves th room he must hand.
thrift... in his before doing so said DR. SIMPSON REVISESSHAKESPEARE my shepherd, I shall not want;' I
paper ;
Would a person who lends be a paper to be his examination on IN CHAPEL etc. "Oh, generation of vipers, You Should Patronize 1 I
lendthrift how can you escape the damnation -
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that subject.
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If drinking too much makes a of hell? "Think you that .
. 3.-Every examinee must supply (Continued from Page One) f
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drunkard' himself with legal-cap paper Romeo: "Lady, fey yonder blessed ..-'- 7'I / I Im
Would thinking too much make a write in a legible hand with pen moon I swear that tips with fgmfifiggRfiiraE -
thunkard silver all these fruit /7/1 I
and ink, number or letter answersto tree-tops.
correspond with questions, and Juliet: "Ring off. :Moon draws 6II
But why pile on the confusion? fasten together all sheets on the down two bits a week, and blowsit m I

Still, Id like to ask in conclusion: same subject. in to get lit upon once a ;
If a chap from New York's a New- 4.-During the examination on month. And on shine, too. Nix on SMITH & HOOPER'SWe

Yorker, any subject: .. the moon."
Would a fellow from Cork be a i (1) No examinee'shall be seated Romeo: "What shall I swear by -- .- ..
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corker I ILife. +so as to be able to read another's then?". I
!i Juliet: "Don't swear, or if you i
l writing; ((2)) shall have any book,I
( i notebook, or other thing from must, swear 'by fum.: The flav- I Iii
A TRIBUTE TO MR PICK which help might be obtained; ((3) I or lasts."
After this modem production of
shall speak to any person; (4) :
We are proud to be in the Ed- shall ask the Examiner the mean- the ancient comedy Dr. Simpson

Psy. class; ing of any question; ((5)) shall settled down to his subject: "Why ;
We have learned how stimuli into overlook another's work; (6) W!' Come to Summer Schools. We appreciate your IJfi

responses pass; shall leave his seat without per- We come to get out of our sys- the .
We know about instincts and learn- mission; (7) shall pass or throw tems the sordidness, lowness and patronage during

ing, too; anything about the room; (8)) cheapness that pulls us down. In .. If we t
season.
summer
We think as you wish and believe ; shall place on any paper any mark every soul there is the somethingthat

it true; I likely to disclose the name of its pulls down, and the some- r favor drop ;
can you ,
We may not recite or show whatwe ,author. I thing that pulls up; and our busi- .

get; !I I Exemptions from ExaminationAn ness is to cultivate the things that i in and make this store
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But we admire our teacher and I applicant for any certificate I lift up. Our chief enemy our j .

theres time enough yet.I I shall.be exempt from examination own self, and Tie who conquers his ;1 \your headquarters.Hoping ;

may not have expres'I it very insofar as the subjects and grades own cowardly soul has conqueredhalf ..
slick, on 'his certificate meet the requirements I of the outside world. To prove .
But we really like you, Mr. Fick. of the certificate I that man's chief enemy is himself, '; ,.t:' !f;

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I .: For Week Ending July 27thSunday they had been entertained. Nero-Keep the'. lomcs'. fires I view.
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I. t l't:r Services in Gymnasium.' !iPrayer Meeting in char&a'o( t fir Orange County clab.). Henry VIII-Give me libertyor in' likes to fish But to my mind,

I( i Monday, July 237:00 p. m. i. WI!. C. A.; 6:45 p. 'f.1.._-Story- "- 1 iJ '- ,t m* death. '.r suh, to my mind, sum men goes t

;. t. r Chorus in Gymnasium, Mrs. Wall, Tellers' Club, between C! J mtare. 1 'VA "TED-,1.200( BED.. BUGS ,0 fIve :soa Daria-AVe must 'bans r fishin not so much foh de sake ob i
r : leader< ; "7:00 p. m.-(Meetingof. 8:0)p. m. Chorus in Gymnasium j together or:we vijl} all l,, bang 5-?- de fish, suh, as foh de chance to r

I. d : Preceptresses, Buckman, 44; 8:00 Mrs. Wall, leader. iI | Deparment of Agriculture Offers a t }rt Ii't: .. 'tir... : ,'J loaf without bein' noticed"
StudentS' Council, 7r6d ,m.\\f !
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: Wednesday,.8:00 p. m.-Julius nual entertainment! by the Poabo- It t i
i f on hand have an opportunity i New York to .takf a position as I
I ,) 11 Caesar will be.presented;, in motion : dy Dramatic. Club. I!I; to get rid.of them at a,profit. ,I stenograher with a dignified Bos- GOODS t I!
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i* I ,TENS S. TOUR.NAMEXTContinued i ;Beck And Thomas play'Walls'and.t.1,200 bed bags for th; use- of its t j morning she.:went,.directly{ to her|ft| Baseball Basketball I

'' ,,- Iforthrup Thompson and Haus-ir'!.insecticide board at the experiment! i I eiripfoyer's dask? : >
t ( : : ,fr m.'rag*, One). 'play Bowling and Simmons. station at Vienna, Va.The 4 Vrpartment I'. "I suppose_. ,.,;oa: begin' the day jj I QUALITY, SERVICE I II

; Mr. Beck will have -much-diff jcqU r ;\ LOWER HALF :.:-'Rogers and t bid a cent apiece for 1 j 1 here th$ same as they do in: ,New: 'l Baird Hardware I
: .tl'j I ty.in retaining- the title that_he \Yaldo" play Leps =and Hin on. .good to choice sptcirrsens' ,: deliv-;< York;," she asked. I It t :
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won last-summer: Beck and-Tho-y ..t I ; .';\.rI ered'] Vienn- 'f '..if frO : I ''Oh.Oes, replied her employer I :
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mas the doubles last summer s LIKE CplHSfTY ENTERTAINS' up' .
I I iil I ; ; champions, are"the''favpntes; for, I< ORANGE COUNTY"' : SAYINGS- OF". THE. pajtr t ,"Well, hurry; up and kiss me, !I"t t
( \ they won their way to the title 9* 'l ___. '. | Jen.;)" ws the::! startling rejoinder. I.--- I ,
: i last-summer against stubborn competition :*-f Oil last Friday evening July'1;, i j- Arlrln-It was": great' life :"f.j ["I want 'to get to work' "-Legioo. J. McCOLLUM\ & CO.
1 ii'I :. ..' *- 'The semi-final Around' Ihe; Orange County-club wits delightfully -. :you: didnt weaken.''' '* .. Weekly : '- -- I Il' DRUGGISTSTHE

t : id went four'aeta' ; :and'th :fin ls.\Vent entertained by the Lake.i Plutarch: am sorry that I .. REXALL STORE

t i : :'I. five sets. Wells and NortKrup and County club: in Lovers' Lane the have no more lives' tiC' .give. .my' ,J l' r ARirnsiETic**. nudis Agents for .Liggett's

: c:I Hinson and Leps will dangerous, to::t beautiful spot noar! the cam- country. and Norris Candies
: j However.. i I I. 'Samson am strong'for.. you, I. Captain '* );atare_ scratching
J I I pus. In the moonlight, the placei .'-* you Gainesville Fla.
It t i ; j i f Men's Singles' ''? .... ,i I th its natural decorations ofhalms. kid. > '. your': ;head for, Rufus?" "' 1 r
Jonah You cant keep"a 'goodman Co'ared Private-*',Ah, sah, I got
: HALF moss, and magnolia tre?!* 1
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: I plays Beck; Hansen plays".Wells;. .t looked like fairy 'land. I l -' .
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: was; taken ir, Love.s' Lane, David- Th bigger \\tey ire j j C. P. -"Da*'" c!'nt'r-: ." .. I t Shoppe J
LOWER HALF-: Hinton play Following this an unlimited: supplyof -- t
the harder they fall l, i,J Captn1-"Wh--: ? you cell ths-*:. Francis
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; | Helen of Troy-fo this Is Paris srithmetic Vrpts?" I( t Proprietress IU3
\,1 ,, Carnes plays Simmons, ; ., rhotnas ,;& j 'getLi ; : Columbus dont "k'now where P.2'Ci B'd I IAH
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