The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: August 3, 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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Annual Performance $ ,
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J .:.:Three Plays.. .-- Excellent MUSICAL! : PRiM Three \ViIl Receive M. A. Degre SECRETARY; W'H T Honorary ty "Will; Teachers'Have Fratern\-Members j

Talent Is Presented: 3 a'l'wo, M. S.,:and Fifteen aAnumg...FaeuItyand Stu- t

t '_' YJ rs' tIm A1im Will Be Granted ThBachelors < -.. dent Body ; ,_ ... 1
rJ The ninth annual.entercaranicnl: ., Degree.. .v, '. ,-- i l. .

of the peabody Draw tip t'iMvaj PIL ON TUESDAYf '- : : \ .. The following,j.$,.aiiso! l teach-
"University of Florida Sum TUES
IjeIlhPj HonFjat
: etseted to Kappa ,_ -
t held in the Universityt Gymnasiuin .
\ School Gainesville
a. :f --:..-... mer at. wil :Otntytt'{ aclM !: r>,at; the j
[ on: Friday eevning, July 27,; at hold Commencement exercises ';of }
University. 9C Fortd .Summer :
I, Tuesday morning was d\-el\ : :; t
t eight-fifteen, under the' direction i 'L J. a* musical '' e; i F Wednesday !morning i ; Augusl\ I "Love means saerifiee." wBz t':-:'. School, 1023., a.:. .'. ,.' I
p 'program aghni, atI : ,f eighth, at ten o'clock, l theme: an addres delivered in f I
of Dr. J. J L Chapman, ass'istcd I' ; in'tth' University t '
t "by chapel|, and was tb. best of the 1. Hon W'SK3a.wth<>n, State S uper-
i Dr. R. G. Manchester and *'se8'Jmf'E. "term.: gymnasium: The addres chapel.last Tuesday''l/y,' eeY. Geo.; of Instruction.
Mrs. Wall, who has +chafge' "* ', *. :l 3nten< will be delivered T> Hon. Karl Leh- i E. WhiteV -
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vhm-rtS'pOautT "
n'r "
'bf"tlf" 1"x-' !
o sical'sprograms 'is Ef 'UnrveriUy'Faculty; :
r uE? "tI W:" r.OPlh1! M: "eh n '3.::1{ Mr,,_ pf s aced his remarks .: I
Sisted of dramatic sketch : WjUite ,p .
a "A? treat deal of praise and man r Dr. A. A. Miifphree.Prof. .. ', !
' secretary of the Orange County; by quoting the ''Little Bible;;' "For I
r..o! Lfs, t Ta Z ho 2 for I1lliVir... ;; 'I' -. E. C. BScfc, ..'. .>

actress"r* a- eoedy"B 1\ 'pl\'tN dT'1r'n .. ." e .-I Godau; loved.i the..world that ,I?" Prof. 0. I. W*dley.. : .

r ,|r Bui and Me.:: a farce. Music and the selections made fcr th::' Cnarndeavor I I gave His on: y: :gotten. l Soh. that- Prof. W. A. LitleY .... I
Association.: As a work: who cetc lteye# } Mitt_might I!
,was furnished by Miss Ruth ? ? p 1i'r 1. E. A. HSyflle.. ,
pr rv. in the Association: Mr. Lehman his I not perish,jju.t) hsTve: eternal'IifG*' : ; '
(iafee, Mr. Jack McDonald, andJ&r. 1 Mr. White read the devotional asfe : Proft W. S.'Srfrm. t I
James E. Melton. as a national reputation, and He calls ujthjg quotation. tie highest .
, selection the 103rd Psalm, and he ranks Florid t, Summer .SdM5'JFacuUyr! t
I speaker among i f PeaK *jIH+ll i? moJB. )taia of ....
rec.p. '
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-The first number of the selections also lead in prayer. After a few .t I truth. I:.., Pipf. 1?., n'a: t.UU. h. t tI
was "A Pair of Lunatics," f I best.The ref. !! *i fe:' .
announcements Mxs.: Wall took i iI n.
bacca aueate sermon Dl I I" Loig&! is the most Vi al JEk:2a-; : i r .
'i'comical alogue.: Miss Pearl : W. ttctl&e "I : I
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charge. I be preached at the Presbyter n lift, It, .j$ lore: $iat..Tnies. the, :f 'r : .
TTentz was unable to take part at The first number 1 :;< "-wordsj' '""" I. .t: H i". :' 1 1 1f
vocal t1iE'
was a selection Ii church no Sunday morning, Augatel : three fjwpus .. : > .
the moment, and Mrs. Winona ,: "The Silent Voice," by fifth, at eleven o'clock. Rev. M 1 j Kpme an tuJavea"so; dear; t6 the. !f .Formfr ?tn 1i ts'l. i

Wright took her place She played .1 Roma, sung by Mr. Charles Dod- Caslin, pastor of the Rivergiae I human heart; wtthoutTlave neitii*j L..L.. -j"np., !' ':So.'i1 ,''i-.,. -'c'r.. : I.

IHe part exceptionally well; Clifford '| son, accompanied by Miss Kep- Presbyterian church at Jaeksonithe i !l a tl j tad ex;s1;. Ijbvp alveehomft -? \'\ ."T..""'"" );cfWt.. ." ; :' f- 4Z4

Blitch was also excellent. in : hart. :Mr. DoJson) is a talented I oil e, will deliv ermon. ijte ;| iu4 I ve 'makes Jhq'moth.e WJ.s Moor ; .-;-f4,

hs} part The two characters werejeach : singer and Miss Kepliaj nrfi.( j me highl s[ ,ended, aide ... Home means :,notain with th .},,.!'.. .'W(!:'&...T.hOD-g.. "1. s, '..L
under the impression that J k compjjhed pianist, and .g 'CQllKI 4;.i nvJ". expect tune t element} of love. removed::. =anjear ql" N. Afitrong: 1. fl
the other was a lunatic, since the enjoyed the selection mane ...L. Jn jxiiijfejfr ". P. E. McKay,
J t as : E t s: l i r everything : '- ....
petting was an asylum. Misunder- : ed by the applause. There was another i The Summer School is grant! fe .witkfit.11wut'the. n r leYaf'"tha\ ,Mr. >IoyeC : "
andings? resulted, forming comiCal -j: vocal selection, which Mis. : twenty d reeThree of thl !te : niaeteentlx. 9:cturj' rs-,African;t tI i ? G. W yjig. ::. ',f
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complications, until each became Myrtle Dees rendered"Carmena* ," of arts. Mrs. MalCLdward who had died in foreign_Iat ld.!--'-: ., "' .. _
mastiff I
dis:llusioned, when they':byt1 4Lane Nilson: ,: are*. ( Was' Jiro fh? fort burial.i I j P. L. Peaden; ,

learned that each was -friend' of' by ... .S8 Myra,Jonos t"t6)uII. J;..t 1 a ROIL Congress adjourned, and the "h1g's! L. L. Blackburn, < ; "". <

to family of the other. {*I the..e artt dents Snuggs and' Friederick Hen ;e ..officials stood with. uncovered }helsd, ,jas j -.Gertrud !McArthur/:/'' / :I. I

4.The second act, "The 'Show' Actress i sity for the summer term. t Weedon will receive the master )f the coffin, brought :home-.In_ .4 an I I i j'" R.'j. EBTnger.-. '! d .-: .
R. 2'
," was comedy. The "Ac the American ship;affil draped l"f I )i $in Q \
a Mr. James Melton pleased I science degree. Baccalaureate honors .::1f .. '
tress" had lost her dramatic comb the American flag, was borne ., C.bott.. .1t a
i audience by appearing in two saxophone will be distributed as follows: tq.."v *- .*
b pany, and sought work in a farm solos. The applause from : For the B. 'S. degree, Richard ,L. its resting place. Yet be had won'no ) R. S. DowdelL: .

'house. Her unfamiliarity with the first one, "Valse Erica,"' by Stanley, Oscar D. Lennard, J.:"E, battles, written no books, ink!.. A.J.: igei"t." ., c.-<..
farm evident in her!I vented no labor saving 'device, not L. D. Stewart:; "
was Weidhoft, that Mr. Howard E. McClain. ,
was so great Maines and I II y.'T. i sa
tH. "Wilson:
; ,! even been to Congress: or held anytapnblieof S.
farmer's daughter
emery act. The I Melton repeated it. Sister Mary Alberta, Sister Cather. I t- E.'L lU1ewJ:' .!
had left home some: Velma Keen office.! .He had merely 'Vt "." .
ico-incidentally and J.
The orchestra was ful'er Tues; ine Semmes :'i .; t!
Mme before, and was an actress in : day than usual, having the addi will receive the M. A. in Educa.-.- ten. a,song"nome,. Swet .Hoa; ]""*-"Alex C. I. Whlfe.Hollingsworth..* "* '. .' ., {

4 cheap vaudeville. The daughter j'I tion of a cello. The selection by tion, granted from the Teachers'college. And because of the: love'sentimert1back *"Jb'h\j'j P. ,Winter. *. '.. '- ,
home ; the "of | f.
.of name :
returned home, happened to be a.actress ifae orchestra was "Bridal Rcse"by B. S. in Education, granted .t. ;
T Howard Payre"willslive fdre'r. : {'j ., .J, G. Smith.I
wiht the 'show' actress, Lavalle. to Mrs. Lora L, Beeler and Ma '
Love is the. element thaCr d& l'lJ G ';) "dh11iel'1oi1._ *
lad t! .
the 'show' actress married one 'I B. S. in Agricult c n' '
Moore. '
Ellis :'
I The orchestra has an able: and fife the' o Wfdjbts 'anaV! -If 1 IL J. FcrnafdJ.'jb. ... / "Hl
I f s .
lover is a rcjn '
of the farm boys. Her will be bestowed upon Mr. ; .' .,., ,
leader in Mrs. Green Bt -1-ri s '
accomplished i1n"ss.; Toe lifts! up the fal! n, :
'very timid type ;she virtually forefB -J: t is the Brown, Mr. Horace J'I"in 'T .0 192
who directs ; jJT Green r jjheers the fafntltig; 'ies'lltfts the, SemarerSetOit8inderts)
him into uie engagement. "DanBy" J I wife of Professof L. S. Green, o? Mr. Thurston P. Winter. whole fabric:cit Ijfe! fo 'hfgher levi : l\tjs} bi 4e"D.'Harris.='wtMisa "

(Amnon McClallan) assists in, Vocational work. Sheis students will receive the degreaf j' h. Per': sMi.'s .. 11
: sf
!I the State m l els. Well, did the. p say,
treating some ludicrous situations L. I., or normal diploma. That Me11'fil. i .' "
J accomplished violinist :rod:1her.u ii 4 Eve1- aI
an [ deeming. J, ve. has been if
std his twell. Miss Dortiy Park Harry Cogburn, Mr. .
played Mr. --
..! Albury, the par 'Show' actreslTjtfas : cess ref .the or nes'rt 5llIf..I are Wallace Odell Duvall and MS. acid shall be 'till" die" \ .a.u--..tiW. ''
Pars tr'f .
41 gel ll t4& $aj 3. t I '? .Continued! Con. Page.Sr.--
excellent! in her part. \.1 Jt SfrcTiri's Alice Lyrene Shelbourne. ; -- j
E.A.Claytat ,
(Continued on Page _#
t"Brother Bill and Me" featuied .1 After graduation, Mr. and M-s. I ,- { !.0 -'-
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Awo experienced uj Mr,Har. Brown wil go to Alaehua. Mr. I 'JPL S HRYHISAWS ;< .a
actors .fJ; i f .= -, : Sec tray.
4ry G. Metcalfe and '1>ete: Hams. rw ETING'' Brown will take charge of BroWn 4heSnflthHughes 1 t' Q. BA> D
forced, work. Mrs. ; f4t.
illiam Wiggles is or urg- \ LAEfiE" I
several memberof -., will teach English in the high ". -- ..
"d to propose to AND BANQUET AT r' : PERIODICA.hl'C&'rtISED'A : :
will teach .
1 1t
', the household, for pecuniafy'jeasons school. Mrs. Mabel Gay i > i .
School/at .AUDIENCE' .r: '
Archibald in the Clay County High : > .t '"
,, for which :Mr. t
where her hus- .. J' gentleman whose...voice ,was
'Xoodle Golden) isresponsib1e. P 14 EflPf Ashland, Alabama, v J
(Mr. Lafayette q
The victims of in*+ I band is principaL :Mr. Sntfggs .'",:. 1<'. thick and whose legs wabbled-under '

in North Carolina; "Mr.Weedon Last ,Sunday witnessed the .larg I. him approached a policemanon
him. teach
Affections finally check up on his :Mr. W. L. Goette, chairman, ancounees i will will continue his workjjin est audience, of the summerschool post in front of the St. Nichlas.

He had refused to recognize since :that the University of I Bureau of Standrda sat Washington -i!vesper::services.! .,The seatswere, all Rink in New York. r'
'brother, Benjamin Noodles, Florida Teachers' Meeting: will beheld 'the .. the
the I D. C. I filled. .M,. W)1ite.compated. "Is thish Youth's- .Comp ni9n
Benjamin was a servant, so at West Palm Beach daring Stanley will remain.at congregation with that of his; .first' Rink V' he inquired huskily. ...
critical Richard '
moment his brother repud- the Christmas Holidays, during University, where hewilliido !year at the University. When. we "Nopel said the cop briefly ,

4pted; him. The entire play was I which time the annual banquet will the advanced work in chemistry. .g !know that,a small recitation room The mart tacked. :away,. then

particularly well acted, showing held. All principals and teachers ": _
be Lennard will enter the medical !was suf eient.for chapel or vesperin turned and ambled back. %
excellent latent ability as well as who have attended the University car first andnow one class *
of Emory University I that year : "Shay, he-satj; uesh I got

training.. of Florida Summer School are department Atlanta Sifter :Mary Alberta I can ,not be housed inpme,of the the-magazines, won't chert: Plac/s.. .

The program follows: eligible .to attend, and their presence at will return to her position 4as rooms, it is truly a merical,:w-: :t name'wrong, Henshun some of>;

s Ruth Chaffee, is urged. Further notice willie "Bringing. LuThe I'm-lookin' named for of -
Piano duet, Miss teacher of Latin in St. Joseph's I 'After :Singing for's one =

r. Jack McDonald. published in the Journal of the On Page, 7) (Continued On Page.Two) 'emJ*-Satorday Evening PoatT,
(Continued ;
:. (Co Page Seven) Florida Educational .
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f ti + + isP i D4 "" cl k' redeemer." $.e t1en-- spole" r.lb been filled" very-ably by Mr.Work. Le
f 'Y SEZ pIt i ';my
' i .1 i r : t rAl L4BG fA.'nrl&o, CE 'PER spt ohe Ep1eaure; Y"th at Vth Summer .
ft k I bom7andexpressed
,, o(1.1r.v School work had afforded f -
... _:'-J ; T '. .y -
PAINE'Sif : : Jhat t.had given :
fJ. (Continued from Page Onef VKES WERE H ELD !H the"hope The .Club was honored by the
the stu
to -
: + Sheaves," Mr. White reuTtne elev- as much pleasure presence of Mass _Clara Kephartfor

Aj DRAIRIE1 enth chapter of Isaiah, selectingfor i THE GYM. SUNDAY dents. supper on Tuesday evening.
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: + :-= -= the meet, Miss is charter
"1 *' the subject of his discourse, ,-, After a short prayer Kephart a memberof
Ln verse nine. "They shall not hurt ing was continued by a splendid the Blue Moon Club, as she sat
l .ft t t f + *
} nor destroy in all my holy mountain The last Vesper Services of the musical program. Miss Louise at Table 36 during last summer.
, w : Mis Emily Dorsey for the earth shall be full Summer School,:was-held .in thegymnasium Hardee and Miss Lancaster: each She has been missed during the-

: of the knowledge of the Lord, as last Sunday at 6:45p. sang a sweet solo. The quartette present term.Dramatics .
a J r A few,-mile south .of Gainesville! South
? Church, ren-
liF the waters of the sea. Mr. White m. from the M. E. -
{ i el A large tract of land known this'vene selections. Last,
interpreted in this wise: The scripture lesson was the dered two fine
! J 1 ; ; as Paine's, Prairie. For fourteen seems to have takena
t trio given
God in his infinite wisdom created 19th Psalm. Mr. White asked that but not least, was a front seat
; miles the prairie, a sea of nodding among the interests
f If : all things to be mutually ben- every teacher take home the mes- group of ladies of the Club.In the Dramatic
: stretches to the
grass en-
j. f' away opposite eficial. But He will not reveal His sage in the 14th' verse, "Let the The students regret that these tertainment
I. tj shore, on which the trees are on Friday evening
; secrets or open his store house ,of 'Words of my mouth and the medi- musical ladies and gentlemen did there were five club
!1 outlined, in blue against the sky. members
knowledge to a disobedient world. tation of heart, be acceptablein the scene earlier
my not appear upon participating. Miss
In the the is
spring prairie transformed I Pedigo,
t I i ,. into a beautiful fairy garden :Moses, through disobedience, was Thy sight, O', Lord, my strength in the Summer School. Mr. Lee Work, and Mr. Ammon
denied the fullfiQment of the
J'' J i 1,1 by myriads of daisies. This ise. prom- McClellan, took parts in "Brother

I ; ; stretch of grass is broken at intervals block. To pay for this' propertya Bill and M>". They surely

i : by ponds of water. As God chose David to be king, big drive is now on here in BLUE MOONBEAMSTable played the parts well, and their
He is today choosing men to fur- : allover brothers and sisters of
. Ganesville and elsewhere the Club-
t 1 Until a few years ago the prairie -:
, "I t was covered with water and an ther His kingdom on earth. To the state for the purpose of raising are duly proud of counting themas

, .r i f industrious little steamer plied itsIi' I the scientist He is revealing ?f. $125,000 for the payment of 36 was in mourning for a members of the Club Iusic-

1 i way between the rich groves near secrets of nature. this property and the erection of a while, upon the ,absence of Mr. during the evening was :furnishedby
i Great statesmen, like Washington Beck the table has been rather Mr. Jack :
I j Micanopy and the markets in and splendid building which will by far McDonald and Miss
{II I i about Gainesville. One day, as the Lincoln and our own Wilson, outshine any ohter students' building quiet since his departure. Duringhis Ruth Chaffee. They did credit to

steamer pursued its course, the are men chosen by God as leadersof I on or ,about the c.aInpus.-Ala- presence he was the life of the Club, asthey have often done
I', :1 water semed to rush to the very men. While Garrie and the later chua County News. the table. His vacant seat has during the summer
day scientists are all men of
I over which the steamer was
, II I. spot : worth, for what they gave the .
t :it f sailing. There was a whirring I It world. .
noise and the steamer began to'r
t 'f F FI jll ,i whirl as though it were in the 'God is not limited, but man is .............................. ...
j limiting God. Because of the lack
; : midst of a gigantic whirlpooLThe i
I; i of the love of God the windows of
ship was sucked down into a i
: :1
I. Heaven are closed to us. f
: 4t 1 hole which, seemed to, have no botI -
I A few minutes later the
i tom.
'I l
:,1 6 f wreck of the ship was deposited at GEORGIA CLUB-ENTERTAINS i

: the bottom of the hole from which
; ?
I j On Saturday evening, July 21,
the water had entirely disappeared. -
II the K. A. House was the scene of a
Some scientists have established -
deli htf ul party given by the Georgia .
f the theory that the strange
I club ladies in honor of the
t li f disappearance was due to the fact ZV ', V
i k Georgia club men. :
1 that the walls of an xradergrounariver V : :
t The house was beautifully decorated .
the water
caved in sucking : -
I throughout with fluffy crepe

:<; ,, i, from they claim the prairie is the down.same one The which river myrtle intermingled with ferns: I 'To OurAdvertisers, i
and green leaves. t.
empties into Silver Springs near ,_
l' I' Miss Maggie Cameron and Miss 1- .
: Ocala. The huge hole has gradt V
t Love Turner distributed cards am- I i
,, : : refilled with water; and is .
t .j; t known as Alachua sink,. one ong the guests on which each per- ,, : i
'f now

I ,I, t' k r of the beautiful es and sinks in son itial was letter to write of each a poem.line of The this in- !i ; : :'

1"+ Alaehna county. : '
poem should spell Georgia club. : i
many years the forest The winners of the prizes for _

;; about the prairie were. the hunting, the two best poems were Miss Hall -

: I grounds of King /IPaine, brother) of first prize, and Mr. Duggar, second ..' !It .

rt i V the famous Indian chief, Billy prize. V .
Bow-legs.! The waters, of the prairie After this! the! guests all enjoyed : ,< ,t.' --
." furnished fish in abundance
a very interesting halt hour of ,
"' + for King Paine and his'tiibe.. '- .
progressive conversation: with subjects "
t t.r r : Hence the prairie was earned for assigned.The : < --. .

him. Osceola, at one, time, made .c ,
color scheme artistically
I his camping "ground'on' 'the shoreof was y '" ", ., ; r
i refreshments
x.. carried out in the '
the prairie. when, pink and white ice .. "
r ,
I ,
Large herds of cattle roam .' : Y' ,
cream and cake was served.of .
t ( about feeding and fattening' on the

k ; grasses. It is easy to see that a Miss Marion, Howard's able supervision '. ....
} occasional sheep fatten on the ,- ', -
'" :
of the refreshments.It -
j i grasses It is easy to see that aperson ,' .... ..
was unanimously agreed that "
be doubly repaid fort ,
may everyone had spent a most enjoy < WE < .
e taxes paid'a portion of the able ,
4 evening. Let> do.it again, '.:
land. 'r ,
sometime Section C



Section C, of Thomas Hall, Swill ,

4 1 VVy V set down, Thursday, July 19, as one There seems now to be no ques- :
y of the red-letter days of summer tion but that the Masons will be .

J h school. Promptly at 7:30 p. m. all I able to put over their plans for a i : '. :Y:" YOUR i
V _
F i the girls assembled on the third i great big center building for the V. < -". '" ;

floor in room 75, where they were : DeMolays and the sons of Masons t :. I

1 : entertained "by many charming 'at the University, near the campusAt >> i x I If

games, led by Miss Elizabeth i the present time there are a .
IV V "White. One of the features of'the number of socety homes for boye s PATRONAGE i

evening was the frog pond,chorus. I who ar efortunate enough to have : .

After the games v.'ere over the the price of such a luxury.: Then ,

, girls were invited into Room 76 I there is 'that splendid building recently '. < I ,';, -_, ,I

where a delightful surprise awaited I dedicated by the Catholics, iftfPageXWo :

them in the form of refreshments I and now 'there is to be located on .: c .

which" were served most ar- this side of the University ground8 : <

tistically. Beautiful favors in the 'facing on that main and popular : .:, '- > -' .
form of crepe 'paper 'roses made thoroughfare, West University : ,

ty ''Miss }f' lnia Cates, were pre: avenue, a Masonic building which I : : ,). ..

nted'to each one of the girls will accomodate at least'300 young '-. -' ,; ....he' ;,... ." .

leatuns men.-" : i'> ,: ....... '_ ,
Recently two more lots have ..
s dal'Sheet,",read by Mils: Elizabeth been purchased>which 'will give A ,-> ., ...

White.'Spedal'. frontage of 250 feet on the ave-I''
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u ;. : : ." will-.always' 15nk that the 'Hig ley; ali"c a( "bas! l, .
I e; St'out"c3mj>2 ell:: He'waZ grjduated'from'the4Jw;
; springs '
,, ': : : boys escaped a sitmd'fceating. Iy. tMany
: sporting :expre&oi'sions ,
: : Coach Farrier fjang Yepitp ,of Florid-nf| June? 1922,

the job*to; catch / Sh.rty".Gunn was back on have come i ipj ... iidromatrc, _". takin;. ak' jAjfjB; !'degreef in Education. -
n J psage.; The word_.ehance" that Be was principal of the
C. c.r
McGHIN, Editor ;was sciiedule aroot'
pto # hJtP.
; } Qvef hal I Just been used was borrowed Panama City High School during
jhe ubber. Thompson, Piot; Beck -
rom diceplay so "hazard." 192223.:
r ; was the year of He is teaching
MATCHES Pete Harris, Bradsfiw, and GivensWere "Wrestle' with a" proWem," *track history and civics to the 1923 Sum-
TEH I ready for the infield.
BARRACKS LOST TO McLaugnlin; Lee Work, W. I Carter And a quoted line of "verse:' "come mer School of the"UnivWsity: ,< of 1 f
within ah ace bf it fshoot. wide Florida. *
UPSET SOME DOPE ". S,Carter: and Murphy were t of the mark," and "show the white
OFF-CAMPUS in the outfield.
j :
feather" have Won their wav into DUVAL CLUB .
The team 'frt'; ;;
cannot standard '
play any more English the slangof I 4 : '

Buckley, Simmons, ,Beck 'and''j The Off-Campus Vixen's basketball games on Fleming Field, for the ; wrestling, hunting,, card-playing The Dun County 'Club was the

Leos,: Attain The :Semi-- I team scored another victory contractors? have cut .into it to i archery, and > .eock- ghtinc. host to several friends of the Club t tat
Finals. j 1 over the Barracks team level the athletic field for fall 'foot A white feather, you .may not
Monday ball. a marshmallow and, wiener roast ;
.: -- evening in the .gymnasium. Florida will have a 'fine foot. know, i$ the sign of impure breeding Fienu t
; ,. The ball last Wednesday evening on !
The annual tennis tournament of final; score,was twenty-six to tw n- and. baseball field, when the in a gamecock. I ins Field. A roaring bonfire was
f ty-one. work now being done is'completed. When you are talking baseball; '
niversityof'Florida.Summer lit; several games were 'played and j
E. F. Gunn, '23, who is the engineer there is objection
no to
using -
School is rapidly drawing to, a i Because, of the warm your i: then refreshments were served. f fLong'reedS
unsually! close.: Some excellent matches i weather the usual ,pep Deemed to were prepared as roasters }
be done,by the middle of August. the pedant complains of the
have been played, latent be and the gathered
some new lacking, nevertheles fancy jolly party
some Very probably! the Pedagogueshave lingo of the : '
has been evinced, and "dope"; plays ;sport writer TJie ground. the fire The party eon-
some exhibited
were by both :
played their last I 1 ;
has baseball. baseball fan has as good a :rig|t I
been upset. The outstanding teams. In the tlnu&iyuntjjt nearly! yep and everyone -
first half the Off- fc
Examinations will begin in another to his language as the \adlo fan' .
features of the tourney are Buck- Campus team took the lead and passed a very enjoyable :eve-
week. The nine has played two 'I has to his. And' as for the golf
I ley's. phenomenal Leps and rolled hing = -1
rises: up a score of twenty-two
good games against Williston.'The bug) Jwell, he is a law unto him.
Bogers close match with 'R gers' points against eleven points for I
first game ended in a tie, 1 to L self. .
surprising .run, Waldo's defeat of the opposing players.The Barracks The [ : !The chances are that the girl J
second game was won by the ,Slang is not a novelty in this
Thomas, King's close run with team seemed to be outclassed I Pedagogues by a score of 11 to 5.1 world. .Itis 'only new slang that is I who is quickest to. admit she .has f

Leps, Hauser's close victory over in, every department of the I noveL. The ancients did not. been kissed, has not be'eft.j. '

Wells, and Hauser's first set game, although they fought hard : I
Coach Rex Farrior is on the know they, were ancients"G.
against Beck. against slaughtering odds. campus this week Coach Farrior There is no more unfortunate' t tI

The:singles >show that Buckley, -In the second half the Barracks will have charge of the 1Rats" BALLARD SIMMONSG. I thing on earth than a good' girl

Simmons, Beck, ,and Leps, are the. rallied and came ''back with such : during the football 'season, 'and( of' : marrying a man to reform.him.

i survivors. Buckley will meet'Sim I classy playing that; the OffCampusteam the "Varsity" during the baseball : Ballard Simmons was born in

mons for the lower half; beck ffnd ,was not able' ,to hold the pace I season. Farrior, who,,js a Florida Ponce de Leon, '''Florida. He attended W... -- -. ..... ..,.- ...
Leps will battle for 'honors..in the they began with.. The Barracks I graduate, has;! had the' best of suc the public' schools there until I BODIFORD

upper division, and the winners team scored ten points while their cess coaching high school football 'he had completed; th.e grammar { J. S. I
,will contend for the title of champions opponents made only four points. team,. At Pensacola he:; fad one!. grades. Hi? parents 'then! moved I{ and I It

of the Summer School.In For the winners, Knight and of the best elevens that, the West: DeFuniak. Springs where he received t COMPANY I

the singles matches, Beck met:: Langford accounted for most of Florida metropolis ever had. lie his high school ed catiDn. !
Danielson, winning by 603; I t the 'points, while Carter and Nichols still claims that his 1920 team was; He'pentne in the navy. L t. JkuggistS :;: '': Phone,32 .. I
year: - -
Hauser won from Wells, 6-4, twice, I played a good game for the the equal of anything in the state. ._, '. '>. -: i > 'L ,' '!)' --rt -; -. ', '>,..* 1 .: oJ _'" ;-
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in.a closely contested race; Rogers,[losers.. '_ Ii\ !his three years ,in Gainesvillehe i I i
took two 'sets 'from .Ottnsby, 6-1, Thescoret'Off.. has turned out one champion-
6.4. Leps and King battled thru' ;caaipns- G FG F stipieam in football and two :irun.-

two sets;. the former won by 6-4,. Langford- -.':m_..._ 601 hers-up: la the fist State_ basketball FURNITURE

63. King took tine first two JECright; f _-__j..l.: t 602. tournament his five: placethird

games, but Leps was too much ;for. Adams c. ,_.... ..-.:..: .__ 2 0 9j&rthrbp. ; and last year they :won "CpMiPANYW .

Wm. Buckley won from fienson; 'g'.S...--.V." ....._ __ 0; 0 2 'the title' from1 Tampa by a 'two-

6-3 Jn the first aet. Pick (took a CaraK 1?. -- .o .* A point margin, In! .baseball he has Victrot&Si.a r ReD. r > '

fang get 'froni DowHng. bj-tfe-T,'I always had. strong' teame. CoachFarrior
then Allowed his opponent to win Total 13 ----0; 6 may' lie expectri & give

no games m the next set. lm-I: .Barracks G FG ? a good account of himself at R. COk, 'ie rietar' TEtEPMbNE

:mons played Carnes, 6-3, 6-2. Wal NicholsL,t fLCLl-U; 4 3 -11' Florida. .
do upset the dope by eliminating A.'i Ormsby, _. :. :.!._: .: 1 Q 0 J i i t triA ;w

.Thomas who is one ot.the| stron;;; Carter o 400 I The following are among the "F .nam_. ... --.. r ?.r -. uuu
players of the campus Walda toils Johnson; 'g --- P 0 &I men who( wilt.coaehi'}Jn the state -- '

tha 'first.set; 6-4. Thomas, swept R. Jbhnson, g ..._,-*- 0. 6' 0 I in 1923-4: Rex Farrior, the: Fpto- I I.. r5W --. ,,
through next set, not allowtflg rida Freshmen; George .
the ,
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Total __ 931 hfiamiHigh school Joe Bardian, -- -- -'- .uVIDAL ,_- "' ,wui
Isis opponent to win uTfame. Walta ...,........ ..I '*.-<-, : H. L. DRUG COMPANY
much Gaineavilfo High, tSchopj}; .
< then came back and was ; i : S
"too strong for his winning two of three sets from F'ic': :who I Tolbert, Knisborbugn i High School;I -.
jDpponientr ,
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"by 64. Thomas took fourteenIfaaes is one of the outstanding players 1 I l L. L. TTioa&son, Panama Ciiy.I: ; FOR DR1ili.STAn: BEY, 13D fiT iinf LES.CANDll ,

to twelve by Wajdo; but of the tournament. Buckley 'wonthe 1 I Work, :Tallahassee i. W.-, Russell 11 i S; SO V m CARPS, WATERK.ANPImS

they were\: not distributed in the first, 63, lost the second by'King, Mulberry; Roy Driggfers; S

same manner. 1-6, and won the last in a stiff Gre n3boro. j

In the second rounds,,:Becfc- won' tiat.tt. .;...lhesrore was X41In 2i4 EL University Ave.Pi\eae 239
doubles, .Back an4 BASEBALL. SLANG
[Brit the '#n'S'
set frcp.Hauaetv waa:jdosely; 6.3:610.contested. : ,The but heck Thomas, champions. ,of last., somjner 4 '. '. .: ,. ... .t,...... --i -,. ._ __ r"q "

played down bJ ;opponent_ in thesecond won from WeBs- and, orth.T jSlang' is not a novelty in this. --_ ... ... -. --- ... -- .... ---
S M*4jfiit ?* J This is the only world as some folks, thinIt ?s
itf. woo ? '' "'15ve'seoi'a. p. 6-%, 64. I Irj.y.
._ "and T>y a
.,Beck had jpYayed tie game all theafternoon match played in the doublas.i .As. nejr slang.that is, novet "The : MARABU5TS STUDIO

before taking his opponent there are no entries for the- wom anaents. *did not know they were. I I ',",..h08igTDDB-! Bi1u: :3: .; 1' X9 : I
will ?
on. Leps and Rogers met to en's and mixed events these ancients j Official: Photegrapbeg iorttfcQ; ,UBiyersily; of Fieri**
held. Further matched will True enoughsuch! express.joas.as : J
not be '
get fo theSemifin1J.s.. Lops tooka KODAIc DBVBL6PING! DAtCY i
date. "get on .to his curres, ," "madea I ; -.. 't ." '
He the be played -at an early L, i-it0j i t ; r- t f
first set by 6-1. gad a hit," "hit the dirt," '"leadingthe i t..4 .f"_-. A_ _-__ -_ -. -' -,'. -
second 5-2, when Rogers-staged
Summer School} baseball 'league and "Caseyed" may

come-back in his favor, ran then the score lost three.up to The 7-6, team The was disappointed when the never became J;Pod, >.English. ,:Jn 1 THE REXALL STORE:NO. 2'

nine failed to put fact the chances., are about! ,five .
with on the High Springs 719 W! University Avenue x
score ended 9-7, Leps hundred to that they will h I
on .last Friday one I
*9' end. 'It was .a beautiful matih. in an appearance t.1 'l&O-? the tta.Prompi
The Pedagogues had Still there is the one.ch3 ee. "The Druk NeareSt DiiY" .
Simmons defeated
the bottom half cut the strongest aggregation of? "made; a, hit?* has been gaining .. 'Delivery Service .P.fO iL36W..
Waldo 6-1, 6-2. .Buckiey :
surprised tennis fans by :taking the season, .and Dr. Manchester., ground .steadily. ; :while. slide, :Kel-i _: ----t.' : > ,: 'r" \

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'' : ; THE: FLORIDA ALLIGATOR !I.+ .*> -+ '* .+ ., .* --4<'I S know. MrlutchinsofTandBlasca as better than the';fiist.lb A.n-J toriej,body,':and%f flie has. faculty caused> to personal be run his.. ''

: + will* bear witness |o t that: f ct.j I I'F- TO'Dr. Leak'e: a'member of the

.. ": GATOR COLYUM .* About the booF itself there"nasjbeen : Faculty: Advisory Committee, posJ -
G. I "" i W--,Russell. ,King: .,,..,,_?_..:E lito -i-Chi.ef: + .- so much said and on the,I J I.sessed with-that :wonderful unselfish '

.i .,' Horace Wilson :.....:..-Business Manager + .., + + +; + '.: + + + whole so well said that i. should desire' to help wherever ne J.

:1 J' Mrs:' Guy R. Stewart*_i.:.._Calendar Editor d t occupy the time longer. StUlf Jed! are we deeply indebted la
t&rl- ',something"more to -bef the early stages and on
< W. C. McGhin .--.--_-::-:::._ ..__Sports Editor What are: the best recent novels? ,Everyone whom I I : throughthe
1 ,__ said. ; All the critics of later stages o- fthe. battle.of

:I i i .. Louise Pedi ? ,.,.._-..,..,...,_.-Society Editor' has a right to his own opinion on such a have jread' 'b'aVe .praised r" < '_ or condemned the Management for a good paper

j' f R. M/HartsfieJd .----- r-_-:.Features Editor, subject., : The colyumist is willing enoughto :'BahbW'. as .anovel. -and he always offered a helping hand,

i Mrs.-:Mary A. Trump...!.;:...:..Personal Mention very properly, for that evidently is never giving negative criticism,
give his. f to be. Plainly but rather constructive
what it purports advice- O1
} I Reporters:. Alice Shelbourne; :Elizabeth
i Cathedral" Hugh WalpoleMs the, enough that is,just what it is not. all the problems io be met.. Htt
: 'The by
'J Ann Haskin Lois .
t Chambers Louisa Gold- '
To me' "Babbitt" is a satire on was the adice that could be followed
; I :' :t wire, Beulah Soper, Sirs. Lucy Jordan,' F. S.' best English novel that has come to the attention American' life. Of course it isn't and profited by. .

i ; ; .,:'McLaughlin! Mrs., Euierii ;'Fair.. of the colyumist. "This Fredom I fair. What satirist is fair? "Gul- The Management and the StunI .

1 -', < .. by: A. S. M., Hutchinson! is clearly inferior to liver's Travels" isn't fair to man I mer Scfiool students are indebted

: ..' + '..+, + .+ +. ot: + + + + "If Winter Comes.Rafael Sabatini seems kind. But only: the blind will not to the regular Alligator Committeefor
1 that there is basis of truth
-. '" ; see a the use of their name and their
; + + to ,be getting hold of the young'literary' man for such a satire'in American life.I office during,this term.

i : J t s ; 'REMARKs I3YTI EDITOR in college just as Joseph Conrad_ did' some doubt whether "Babbitt" will i To the staff who worked consistently
damage American life any more in
r. '' providing news articles
and as Rudyard Kipling sometime
; + + + +, + + + years than "Gulliver's Travels" damaged for the' 'paper much appreciationis
If before that. humanity in general.
: due. .
!lac f 1! : :This is the last issue of the Summer In America one might mention "Glimpses The story is a series of satirical From, this we conclude that noperson
-* 4. r sketches held together by GeorgeF. :
: i 1 i School AI.i.gator.fot! the_ present summer. of"the Moon" by Edith Wharton, not equal Babbitt. It may nave plan; it expect should all the be'selfish credit enough for ,..thi.Jyear's to

: fi, ; I. The m nagefrnentt wishes,'to thank the to her best' 400 stories; ."Adrienne' Toner," has no plan; and there isn't a likeable paper, but rather all of
character.lin' the four hundred
which William Lyon those who have contributed'
students by Anne Sedgwick, : ., a
, j '! and/faculty for the co-operation pages. But the satire-that is,the
small bit in its miantenance.
! !II :; .they have given,, for timely suggestions, and Phelps, ranks first in 1922; "Rough Hewn" thing. The author spared 'nothing.

f ,.'" II by Dorothy Canfield, another New England Rotary clubs, business morals, the 'Ut
t.. d -for all contributions. __.. seems some Gainesville people
; N -- story; "Vandemark's Folly"' by ,Herbert 1; church activities flappers, take a fiendish delight in always
r i TherAlligatorhas edited by a staff I tic uncheerfulness, the eighteenth
Quick, a tale of the West of historical importance universities, hig-1 I I being on the wrong side.
1 ', ; amendment
ol reporters, ,all.,of the =members of which t.'f .
and "The Bright I boh 1'f Il t
; "Cytherea, I IShawl" tv\ua,1 emian '''' a ge an
t have had:no, newspaper epxerience previqusto airing that ought to do them.good I
by Joseph Hergesheimer, the former I
; [ t1iis.summer. And ifi is no easy matter whether it does or not.
called America's best in 1922, by Hugh Wai-
.:: : J:1o step right in and do newspaperwork when At any rate Sinclair. Lewis has ORAH !
pole; "Old Crow, ," by Alice Brown, an Interesting convinced one"' more prejudiced I
; --,..anKentirestafi8.new at the Job.. So there N. ORTON '
:; ,.. novel by a great short-story writer; reader that he is a writer to be
; hasibeen*anocasi4nal news!. itemvwhichthe: reckoned with.REMARKS. OVELTIES .
,_ Black Oxenby Gertrude Atherton, a peculiar i
it staff has failed to report. This is nothing
Art & Gift
plot rather well done; and "Certain : BY THE ,EDITOR
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+ unusual; evjeainvth"el "
I rgejrewspapers.i:: "For **" ** .
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People ofcSImportance," by Kathleen Norris, '
t many a flower is born to blush And .
unseen, '
r *"2 f scarcely novel at all. Three' 'volumes 'by (Continued From First Column) 'J Dennison. Paper and
I i waste its sweetnels on the < 3esert air." I I fa And so the summer Alligatorwill Materials
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: menare of importance:, "Saint -
newspaper crawl back into,its.hole for the -
{ :Many experienced reporters, fail! ip cover .
:j- :*- 4. t : Tri Theresa'' by H. S: Harrison,' "Peter' Whiffle' winter, hoping to greet many old i! t -- '-
I I :;stories often. And so it is with the Alligator. ,
by; Carl .Van Vechten, and "The Bpy friends on the campus for coming liiton-BradJey Books
;;; : -+"We; hare. -been assisted in. thisjrespect. r- .
; Grew" er'tby; Heywood Broun. -,. "
"bycontributions.,, terms.APPRECIATIONS .

A'liewgst: ry..ls <13f1rehtthe;;;n suas Two'Tiboks" of fiction peculiarly' popular at Pictures and; Picturegames'

"' tneTnioment deserve special t_ treatment: .
expository opnarrative.artiCUk ,It..haa.a: ;
"One'-ofOurs"! by Willa Cather and uB b-
style peculiar to the newspaper.. And, with < The Business Management! of ,
i.**>- bitt"' by !Sinclaii: Lewis. the Summer School# Alligator wishes .
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no training, a staff cannot write perfect I. '" -- --
: jm-fr_?j .'\,' .;.v.. -"t"- -- "One df Ours''': was recently awarded the, to express its appreciation to
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} articles : : : I
news : ':'" J} : .,. t .r.i1 ; those who have so unselfishly con Canoochee Lodge I
Pulitzer ;Prize as.-the best novel{ written in I tributed. making this,publiqation: I

l.'ter; :; .:notlapc: oglzing,,t l Veta F eiroud American 1922.' .For: 'once the.Colyumist possible. Everypractical: clear It J The ,home with the Big I
I ; oft the r'facts that. ,; ,: '
w.t; iiati heard4gc; asionalt w thinking human';realizes that the f Sleeping Porches.
t l !! remarks stating that the:Alligator this summer I agrees with. the committee. Though the financial side of any problem is the f

[Middle'Vestern' part of the book is distinctly most difficult to be met. Upon- a 1-J 1211 W. University Ave.
is it I It
: ; better than has been during past I
better done than the French part, the, thorough solution :of this problem
summers1.To the staff -thYs i ::pr isel'i.il(HueHowevertliismay depends the.success any under A good place to eat. ,
whole 1 production fs the work6f-'a ,
I ..what...vtould master taking. No proposition be successful -
o new ap.er.q ill19j1i.l can I
..... .,... . : craftsman. .. ,. -- n, \ when.founded on,mere "hot | A Quiet Place to Studyi
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i Tfie foundation. 'of the story islaid; in the ,
: : ; j beieldttogisies;:; to So the Business Management has -- 4I

,express his -appreciation. :'for"the"assistance;; MiddleVest i ,'..a..section-. ':. which' :Miss. .. Cather' .' labored patiently in the face_of,the l .
t e knows. so well. "The hero' of the book is : most adverse financial conditions
offered i bf' Professor : .
Beck tlie Faculty Ad- and under the strain ,of that narrow "

,l visor J>! tie Alligator., >,**- His, fw duties,. are*- mereWF plain American} t "" ,.Claude.. ''Wheeler.- who does 'criticism which is sure to 'arise s n 0 E S
: ,
j I ,
y.l .*...... > his work, ploughs-.and harrows, earns and from those conceited beings
.. .. : but!!:! "gpehdsreats drinks and who do'not understand or who cannot -
sleeps with the H B "n
this :
E i was the'Smallest of his, ,actual' ., assist. realize their own desires fully.
rest. Yet he is' His
i ance. .!Irt ;Beck is responsible for many a prosperous? To those who have advertised In O Gainesville 0

column in the Alligator.;: When news cynicallj-jovia\\ her, his loving, Puritanic our publication hoping to secure ,

} ) .'it fah' : mother, his. cold,unresponsive wife-none student patronage and at the same E
4 -ticles l short and the editors not'a book ,- time to provide financial aid in E Florida
. r wand"" .of them can help him. But the Great War
"pork barrell""Were'" empty, .lli.oo'Beck; making our paper possible we owe
IIr _.. ,_ S
T e comes on, and .helps well deepest appreciations. These S HOE
saved the day. When the sports editor was' ,.1)tml. that our
*?*- %>"* *.r is the story.Andp it is worth men have contributed t toward
_r under the weather, the Fac I y"A'dviSor took ""," "' "- -reading.- -- making this paper than any other

that burden upon his shoulders, and the It was of "Mali i Stret," f'believe, tb.at agencY'or group'o#'people And ..,. -

Owen Wister said: "It Is'a they. .have. done.this in the face ofihard
world turned 'round just the same., In each very interesting : 'J' .

I issue ijfc i the* news: sheet.may'be :found* a. co1-! occurrence,*' When: he' was asked:'.for?his "as: ;well times as :from:'_ These/'men"thefaianagement deserve, OTTO: F. STOCK

umn by .the, name, of 'The: 'Gator Colyum.I ." opinion ,of babbitt;" he remarked::''Tt. is the :appreciation x>f .the. entire:.student -

Distinctly better And that -.i' body. They represent .thebest : TAILORAND
The students will have to thank the profes* ; seems l>e

I 8or of English for these .;valuable;contrlbu- the',' opinion*: of. ,the**" .critics.... ..., .I broad-minded firms-'hr and their constructive.=class_:>being- -

tions., They- are well worth reading, :! (No., .9 Whatever. $I : we. may. 'Ir thii k of the.. *f'oohi we "To Dr.Norman who has offered -

it no, Minnie, Mr. Beck knows how to* spell# shall agree" that it.,is no-trifting feat to'pro- condTJcting'innumerable.olihis suggestions in the DRY CLEANER
; paper do we owe ;
'P R m! \ysl.thesecond much. It was his foresight that. ..

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MANY her part She was :followed bj?'a 1.each to play''out some letter of the
Society'andClubs. 'Lit-tler School Girl,**-who .recited, alphabet., This was the! source of

"I Ain't Coin'i to Cjry no More," It. I much amusement. t 1
.. < :APPEAR AT SOCIAL was sol well done that it"wa's' almost *A large crowd attended the sociai I

MISS LOUISE >PEDIGO,,Editress.,.,h l',"i-, ,oS I pathetic. being 50 ,trueto life. ; in spite of the' rain- A feature i
FRIDAY EVENINGLarge "School Days'* was portrayed'1>y of the social was' the ice

four girls who represented" !chi" creanT booth., This is the first

poem twas. ;recited.* "' dren in that stage of life. "The time this has been available, ancl
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RECITAL :George Stanley, favored the audience Attendance At COs- Gold DusV Twins"' then danced out it ,proved.'very popular. T

with the well known piece, : tume Social in Gymnasium.! into the arena gave-their stunt, I

WAS\ SUCCESS .The Cremation of Sam McGhee," "Attractive Stunts Are. and returned. They were well attired Actually. found in a summer t.

by Robert W. Service. Those who Given. for the part. Carl Carnes, school professor's note-book, in his

: LAST SATURDAY have heard George before expected j tall, stately, dignified, sedate, was own hand-writing- ,I

the treat which they received; One of the most enjoyable, andcertainly the next stunt on program. Costumed -: "The girl'stood .on the1--burning '. }

those-who had jiotjieard: him were. ..>;>he:, ,rnostunigne of the as he was, he was a stunt i deck, I ", f
[Dr. Chapman, Assisted 'By- 'niC;; all d app io too.-'He'responded : summer*school sacial"events -"'was lit tiims lf. 'A-fitting close f=tKe Jthink.her namerOTas7: .innie. 1 j f? !

George Stanley! and Pete; to an encore with "The the costume social held in the stunts was Mrs. Jiggs, or Maggie.She And as the flames crept'round.. her ,
t Harris, Entertains large Midnight Rid PaulineTlevere.." gymnasium? 3>n- Friday ''evening. sang, in true Maggie, style, feet* *- I
Audience.A V. ;* 'Dr. Ch apmantagaih: appeared *>yt, :f Jaly. twentieth.,.'. .,$-t. h } i !"lfiss: life: Ag rniW tlz.'* flt w as 1 1I She:shook a wicked ;nmee." fWe'Qrind ,
the stage, where he delivered I Social activities were opened by I as realistic as the picture, and all ----- 1"

-I On Saturday evening in the "Poor Joe," a very pathetic death- the grand march, led by Mr. Jack: who heard her can now sympathizewith .
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I was quite gripping, Jiggs to the fullest extent. -.
Practice''-eourt-*Roonf .oftheaw' .be&sceneIt *** rf-f iV---* iJklcDonald, and.. :Miss,,Ruth...... Chaffee... ..
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and was; made)nor so by the tine The opinion wis Voiced thatMrJiggs :,
College Dp.J. ,bL-Chapmangave [All costumed couples. andmany__ :
his annual ,dramatic recital ,before.a .1 fo;'life delivery "tl ( plece Is elected who were not i in -costume' paticirpated. should have:.rated'yery:Jrle.-1t .,
from {Dickens "Bleak : After the grand march-J5mrtriy ; for the best stunt. ..... ?-, .
crowded of two .hun- ?
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House." The 'tension created by Sends ,: Many costumes were represent.
dred appreciative individuals.; He. : Melton sang, '"Love" a
7 G'eorge'Sta 'this' piece w relieved.. when Dr. Little Gift of Roses," -followed' by i ed;,and they wer '.'as .varied a*
:bras:assisted by ey. .I
Chapman recite wMbo-Cow-Moo, *Th'e Rosar ." Miss Ruth 'Sutherland numerous- Among ,them werec t
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Pete Harris$, among
I special request. This s l tionneeds. Little Lord Fauntleroy, the Sheik:
by was accompanist. *
the best: dramatic talent' _of, thecampus" I'\ no'fu\her introduction; it isalways See. Geo; E. White, in charge of the Butterfly,, clowns, pirates,t.

i V I| welcome to those who have the affair, with Miss Winona John queen,'Harold Lloyd, Turkish girls "
:; ,The program consisted' o.f: ten I heard it J befQrer.and is ever, popu- ston Assisting, chose judges to select Mary Pickford- and many others.; ., .'
;taelection.; The first few: wee recited who have not Had best the Sheik # 1. :
; lar with .those the best costumes and also-to Among the were: .; : ", 'I !
', by Dr. Chapman. His first j I that pleasure- -.,.. ., ,.' judge the stunts offered by thosein Harold'Lloydf-who-was impersonajed --!
selection\ was,a Satirical er1nonen-1 A very dramatic reading was cogtume.->The first stunt was by;, Miss 'WJlma'Farmer, in ama
tited,.;'Model Discourse. It is the description impersonating > which 'wulddo credit to Our Own Lenses
: "How Ruby Played -acted'by-D. W. Black tner"
i ohe, text|; "Old' Mother JIubbard? i : by a country; lad of the a "Country Boy. He recited Harold ijiinjself| 'the*' Butterfly i -i'-f "', Na-DELAY/- ".

Sent to..the Cupboard'To'Get: HerPo9r \playing of' a pianoforte by a professional .country school boy. He recited Miss Edna Jones .representing a'

>> poggie a. Bone. But When ; the.selection as renderedby I"Mary Had a Little Lamb,*' in typ- Cadet in ,an attractive and charming : :gajJ1 s>'iik. FlorideL, ,

She.Got There: The: Cupboard was -, the player appeals to all the : ical school 'boy style it was very manner; D. ,W,_Black .ai the ,
Bare; And So the Poor Doggie Had audience, is ; School .Boy," and' JTggs"and
emotions. of the as cleverly done.' Miss Helen Cubberly 1'COuntry -
. None" The) sermon expoun4ed'th ; ,reaction the I Maggie, represented>y Miss,
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-hearer. "' favored the gathering by (!- !lc.-ing. Myers- |I Sell *Em. f
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..'.text', going deep. :into*'the intracacies 'r. 'Pete JIarris.deIighted..the'audience i iI which was executed in a Very- artistic son..; Carl Carnes .also ichard'-1 -

.. a.nd details"of'th situation, in with short vaudeville; sketch manner showing excellent ,part well. Miss Vivian "
., a ludicrous manner.' It took with I,delivered in a well-execute.Italian trammgShe: received the pro-, made a' very- attractive Mary"Pick-- .QNDERWOODS

audience, who: from, .the first mo.ment -I I dialectr i Pete was, dressed to suit longed applause of her admiren ford. Th,? selection bi the fudges'for i

were taken by the spirit the occasion and.:his, material :was but modestly-declined to repeat the the best costume was 'in favorof : $3wN.I
the selection. His .second recital i l the "Persian Woman," a'verY, I
well suitedto She cleverly assisted -
and was
quite original,,, very performance. i
was entitled, "An Enc upteV.th. t| local conditions. Pete is always I in' her "stunt1 by Mr. Jerry ably prepared costume, which
. An Intervj'ewer." A newspaper reporter = showed time and, in prepar CENUIN sIIIPAIQ WARD REBUILT
Hiawatha -
1 popular with an audience, and received McGill, who like-wise danced. V_d.rwooda. factor reb,3tt UM BW. Sulaosthly
is assigned to an interview'pith who repeated applauses. I followed, skillfully attire ation. It.was,an' excellent selec, '. p& i Dent.l.yean.prsctlcaUy Tea 6r"s trial xn.a1 VBB&rot.Curkotccd .

' a country gentleman 1 her and acting in Phone 132
number on the program to play tion.After
The last ;
.;'does not know what: an interviewmeans. ol- the evening= u 1., corresponding manner to this wenknown' the judges decision, selections The Bloodworth Typewriterand
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, The real situation seems, was "Elder Sniffles Courtship/* character. She was represented -I of twenty-six were grouped Repair Co

however, that the country gentle- was is given each summer: by Miss: Hazel Cubberly.The in the center of the Gymnasium 119 East Main SU ,.NorthSPORTING
,;: taan Is too clever for the, reporter, This piece popular selection. next stunt was selected by the

and succeeds in telling him tooth and is always a impersonating the judges as the best of the evening, .

ing. Some very incongurous statements Dr. Chapman Bedott, was perfect in his end therefore the prizewinner.This .

are made' by the interviewed Widow and in his acting. And, was, "Jack, the Sailor." She GOODS .
which are quite humorous. costume and several Baseball
Chapman, George danced jigged* gave S
to Dr. | Football -
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selection followed by
was best representations characteristic of :: 0 '
the three '
of All Kinds # ;
''"Mouse Hunt:' The woman was Stanley is among Ibe'role i. ,,, : Hardware, r
; afraid of the mouse, but of course. ones who have'ever played her \ ,
Elder Sniffles, ..amongover a man, and she succeeded in purpose 8 See:Us <
collected of
tie man was quite'cooland hundred who have played this part : that is, winning the Elder. ; ,

-, U< ). with Dr.; Chapman., It is easy to i She held no scruples as to what THE THOMAS COMPANY "

,3 Following these humorous selections how' he might, be, considered she said, and made no attempt to PJ.eBe 22 .v. -I

Dr. Chapman recited Edgar see the best; it ,would, be, diffi- adhere to facts. However "all. is ; : C r;
Allen Poes The Raven."' This.selection among the part better than fair in love and war." and, due to 1 WEST SIDE ..oPSQUAD '"" ,,
cult to play :;- ,
was very vividly portrayed he did. 'And it is, no"easy., part.1! this motto,, she
; the spirit of the oceasiori'seem Widow' wart a designing, wo- 1 was certainly well done i'p
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SECREtARy- 1TFi' August 9t11. home county with the request that!stamp the extension on the- .backs- "*-6, not' y+.'t- he repliea giwond s.int .
.1. \ ADDRESSES $ DBl'TSit Ke also announced that student, it. be approved by hi mand returned I of the certificates and mail.them,to 'ringly it lierN.ot .
-:- j .......-..- 4esl (ng /to/ "take teachers exainal: : I directly to me or to the appli" the teachers: the same day thatt : yet tr sic me(
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1,ove eacrificial l. b the Seitd tour county superinten' with the rintendent'e'approyal
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; county Rp Thanking you, I -an. "That; a private matter," i e gk.id.
/ h 1' religion the world has everinown dent and if you desire to take ezAininatlon ; I will ,immediately forward 'I' Y UN'ver7 sincerely, 1 fie, ttaugh'tiiy pursinghis lips.
And, no matter how much In some county other i .it to.the teacher order that
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enV;goes .to. church.of tow long he thin your own;write to S pt. Cawtho'A she may present, it to the county WSC-L s suflRclent, repli'4 *
prays, If he hi! nci jthlfc spirit ofselfsacrifice for permission to do so: superintendent, f.the _county m .. ..State. _, .,Superintendent., ., I. young lady, "fcui lest ;ou think
"tas ire a lunatic, I win explain i t in
h*? become as which she to take examizLanon.
brass and tinkling ENROLLMENT PERHAPS, MAY1 ETbeia Edith Wimsatt. :iiy aun\, wW recently -
a. MiD PEI. Those desiring. permits !
.-' make dr4,1t f t ink 4 fortune of
eyn&al"Love l\1IT"BLANKS SHOULD sure that I am adVised I
i : was the usual t scratcoins two )iundrd thousand, dollars, tQ'yiied
is nome 'e sentiment; lovdh BE FILLED) M1Tbeanlvorma'n ) as to the pogtoffke: addrais to :
: ..sacrifice. "God so loved olio: ............... which I am to send the blank after of pens and. restless waiting at I I I ate married by; the tiase I
.. world; that he gave his only oegotten : receipt of tie it has been finally approved by my.: tellers' windows At one of these 1 nave> attained i my twentb'trthday -! Vth
,'* our self. Those teachers thai a tall handsome yo'ahg mho was ; Tna> will was ml yea-
son and unless we lore following ,letters from State Su-; have
4 '. fellow man ,sufficient to sacrifice erin 'endent W. S. Cawthon; con. made up ,their minds! definitely I confronting. an oMieoahtry gentle= terday Valid I Win be twenty: :fotr in
'to-lif4'lilm'' to)< higher ,levels or,"it 'oewuhg enroiimlftt and i permit :should, 'attend to these matters 'at' ntanpushink aa:tlip;of,paper bikk. two weeks I had cashed a cVeejrhera
least to help] him ,in the battle of''' blanks,'whiph i must. be filled but\ cnce. '.. |land I iaking ..hlLSv-hediI' like ai i 'h. last summer andrejpem&er'
Znfey Spur religion''''ho ,itte ",1jit., ,hose wioare intending to take' .If, the supply of blanks !aJDf buf-$ tomato n.. 'The old .nazi looked"'upapjpealitai ed you 33"a, remArka'oIy}iiaijdnfaa. ia
brand .It may:be.'is.aditeta'asi : ihe'" taVe etat: natiw. TfieseJ 1iciento he1'S .can't>e.chained'from"( l ty, added.a few more fat.iteringyrords -: ." He blzi sh'ed, laid bi3-t
heathen' rite jIi- we;J d'v&l '' the county.euperiixtendent ; ; r still .totp nigrtlerk' on the- table aacl intently ie rdedber.
a ; q I J> a ka: may be,procured by applying pf. .oae* .
i ,religion we must.stand with Christ at the Dean's office in Ien- home county. ShoOk' his head. "So; T came to inrestigate
and be' ;willing to; sacrifice as he fiody building. Thanking you for your-; Assist- I TThea the! old man limped away your eligibility i and, M sriblY to

did, perhaps not Qo tEe ,,same intense i ij Tallahassee' ance In s.matter. I am. Edith stepped. to the. window and ask you to &elp.me meYistons < the pro-
:j degree, but we must be wiil-: July 19, 1923. Yours very sincerely, I addressedHeyounr man: of that will. That's' all
ii iiI ins to work and serve ,for. the; uj>: fiean J. W. Norman, :W, S, .cA\ "THON. I "I wish 'a few iainute's private 111 detain you ho lojiger." llnd.
i, lift of feminity.' 'We:.n etl.'nab W i tJtttVersity of Florida; WSC-L ..State Superintendent. conversation with you," said she, she door.area and h rrlet toward the

I I afraid of working ourselves to 1 Gainesville, Fla. '-' I looking sfea'dfly up' Into his face.:
PT 3 :death for the good of others, bat Dear Pi f. Nan; ; : ;- Tallahassee, "\\'pien can I have the opportunity "Two hundred i thousand w. well
should remember that "He that! 1 am,sending joie under, separate '. July 24-1923.I : ?" worth striving' to hold" sai id.he i. ,
ha veth his life shall lose it, and I cover- two blanks in which Six im et Dfean J. W.,Norman I 'go to funeh :at eI v n'-thirty; if springing: to her side. "The lady
u ,h*. thatloseth' Tiis love IfoTr the School students- intending to, take Gainesville Fla. you car to wait that long, I 'can t':n engaged to is a daughter of
I advancement, and comfort: 6f:'StS-;; tits examihation 'shouH- be interested. Dear Dean Norman probably 1 see you then" he. coldlyreplied. !! Mr.. Harlesotv a mere bank clerk

J ers) shall*find it" great and glorified ,.- | would thank you to|see Blanks are being 'sent for like myself. I'm not widely in loveand
:' to the distribution( of these blanks reporting the'names of you She 1 bowed aiserit,. stepped back the :affair can,easily be broke"!
Norman made the following relative and''i patientlywaltecL off." ."
fD n. and to make announcement extension of certificates .
announcements:. to the purposes of the sameetrash .You 'need-libt fill out "Step 'Into this room at there "That would.be useless replied
Persons desiring their certificates student desiring to take the the blank exceptthe- names and r, said he, coming front his Edith, "as Ir: find your giod l loots
extended must send them ;I next teachers' examination should postoffice addresses of,the ap U- deslc. If' this is a business matter counteracted hby? your personality

to Supt. Cawthon.3 The; University fill out the Enrollment Blank(and cants. Please end this list to- the ., I adviSe you to see Mr. Dem- and, before he; could reply? silt
does not extend.the':leftffi'e t lbUt1 sentf }l 'td :h ire or her county. sta- Office as quickly as poisible'after sey, president bf 4Ee bank,". he hurried out Into the street.

merely recommends. .ndJn. rrintendent. the ,Close of' the Summer School, added f frowning slightly. A warm, glow ran all .over her.
} to have this recommendation, *1 to take the: ex- as some-of the teacbers will need: Tt's not exactly. business," she She had taken the initiative lot
dents should be present till the eM i aminjftio'A Tn any other than:: his their certificates to present; td the curtly replied.Then in the"proposing' ; !and refusing, arias

_. ...fi.the..term., Naznes_an.dresrl.,",,. ': or her home county should file out I[county '8 perinte deAt when:tie '! be" brief for my time i successfully r pulled off both.; -Sk"
fs should also be sent witht :certificate : TSTferaTf BlBk I naisend"it to appear for examinatino -on August Bmltea( ? said,- "hi-'.' holding his began to-regard her undertaFI

,' not later than Thursday.p; the county superintendent of the 16th. It is our plan to merely! hat t3 emphasize! the statement.. as the xarest kind of sport
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IJ. rom: : ANNUAL'ENTERTAINMENT .I plans that he: approves shall be "I've got to win one toot by arti- GIVE COMMENCEMENT ADj j

THE adopted. But he will make his fice and strategy but by direct as DRESS :NEXT WEDNESDAY.
+ (Continued from Page One) influence felt in the selection so sault. Here.put that,.In,", anoVshe r 4 ." .*t i
1 i "A Pair of Lunatics"He that the edifice to be erected shall' handed own certain dress. This,
CORNER ; (Otherwise Geo. Fielding be a refining and uplifting influence too," tossing down another "I (Continued from Page One i .

'+ *-, -..-.._ Mr. Clifford Butch I upon the children who shall I want only my most becoming Academy at St. Augustine; Sister i
'. enter the of the school Catherine Semmes will return tt ..
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tIf + f f + t f f-ff She (Otherwise Clara Manners) gates f fj
her similar work at Key West.
; _.........._ Mrs. Winona Wright. grounds or pass through or under do you meant" gaspedthe
I' Solo the portals of the church. His woman. j Mr. Keen, after graduating, will
FORBEARANCE Saxaphone Valse Erica"Mr.
f h". James Melton. own life and personality indeed "To hold that estate!" was the I return to Sarasota, where he wilt
shall be, without his knowledge, an terse reply. continue the practice: of law. lie"was
I "Bast thou named all the birds Comedy, "The 'Show Actress" inspiration to all who know him." A.L.S.The graduated from the Law College
I without a gun? Pa Martin Mr. Otis T. Green ,Woodrow Wilson. of. the University during the
I rose and left it Ma Martin Mrs. Lola M. Trammell I :' '
Loved the wood I past term. Mrs, Lora Beeler has
; on'its stalk? Danny, the chore boy, Mr. Am-I I I WILL chief criticism of the modern accepted the position of Supervisor .
I.Xt rich men's tables eaten bread mon B. !McClellan. :American comedy our dramastic of the Elementary School, aJt

1 \ and pulse? Zekl Frost, the constable, Mr. C.I The indomitable I WILL is a critic tells us is the lack of both Palatka. Horace Wilson and T. 1$.

! t armed. faeed danger with a Temple Link. _I priceless possession, with which music and comedy. Winter are both engaged in SmitK-:

I I heart of trust? Mandy, the village "snoop", Miss' one cat unlock the great storehouse -.--------- Hughes T\ k; the Jatter will tie
! And loved so well a high behavior Mary Bohman. of service, opportunity and employed in the Agricultural High

i' Goldie, the "Show Actress," Miss progress. It is the one factor I AlligatorAdvertisers School at Barberville, Volusia
; In man or maid, that thou from Dorothy Albury. that overcomes obstacles, coordinates county, the former, will be print
j. speech refrained, Miss Jordan, Miss Rozelle Watson. activiites and succeeds when pal of the Greenville High School.
t Jfotflity more nobly? to repay? Song, "Dear Little Boy of Mine" everything else fails. It is the Ellis'jffoore has accepted a position

,I..'- :Oh be my friend, and teach me Mr. James Melton. key to all life's problems, and to. teach in the' Groveland HSgh.School. .
! to be thine!" Farce, "Brother Bill and Me" without it our wisdom, knowledge, J Mr. Cogburn has planned

Emerson.( I Mr. Archibald Noodle, Mr. Lafayette judgment and education are of no Are representative to continue his studies at the unI.'
; ; Golden. value.A versity. M a. Shelbourne will resume

The second production is an at Mr. Simon Squibb, Mr. A. L. Work modern locomotive entice' is a business men of her position as principal of
! tempt at free v rse. It is unfin William: Wiggles, Mr. !Pet Iarris. wonderful piece of construction, i the Eau Gallic High School. Mr.
. ished. "No doubt the chapel talk Benjamin Wiggles, Mr. Harry G. and mechanism, but it is only a Gainesville. Theyare 'Duvall will teach in the state.

ended at this point. :Metcalfe. stationary ornament without an _._ .
'*In the depths of the piney forest Policemen, Mir. E. A. Clayton, Mr. impelling force. It is constructed: the ones that -- -"- --
M. Ward. for service and to move
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Where the crow cusses, i Miss Seraphina Noodle, Miss Jo- cars. Steam is its motive power. school !'

And the dark cowslip t fccie Parrish. .. Steam operates the piston that make your NEW YORK ..

; Slips in the slimy slough, i Wilhelmina, _Miss Louise Pedigo. puts life, action in the engine, and I LIFE ,I
And strains her milk\ on the milkweed 1 I Martha, __Miss Nellie V. Dutton.I I it takes 212 degrees of heat to paper possible. Represented>> By f iI
: ," I II make enough steam to move the WM. HAWKINS- AND |
I Thou hast annointed my head with piston that moves the engine that t H. C. JOHNSON I
oil the cars-,211 degrees won'tdo. with them Gainesville, lia. |
The Bible is the worst printed ; moves Cooperate -
book in the world.*No idea of its My cup runneth over. In other words the I WILL -; "' -

in the human anatomyat -
form can be learned from the generated .
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printed page. Only after much Surely goodness and mercy shall 212 degrees will move moun- Riaraniraiajning
reading does one see the beautiful follow me all the days of my Ii tains of obstacles ofercoming difficult -

poetic passages. Notice, for' instancd life: problems and puts life and
how thel TwentythirdPsalm And I will dwell in the house of action in all undertakings.I .
the Lord for ever. WILL is that master key that
would look, printed. as
it should be printed. unlocks all conditions, unshalkles SMITH & HOOPER'SWe

The Lord is my shepherd; "What then do I mean by the circumstances and flings wide open
'r I shall not want. -: I third accomplishment of the educated the door of a happy and prosperous --

man? He is to posses and destiny.-Exchang .

He maketh me to lie down in show a well-rounded and developed -
'green pastures: I capacity toreact to the special A CHARACTER STUDY

He leadeth l me beside the still wa aspects of life and" nature. He -
ters. is to have a soul to begin with. "Confound Aunt Jane's fool willl!
'educated soul If I'm not married by the time
He restoreth soul: He is to show an
the of training andover. I'm twenty-four, the estate will,
-He guideth me in the paths of after years
righteousness for his name'sfake. ;. He is not to be a painter, I go to Frank. It's only two weeks appreciate your
specificaly, or: a musician, or an I till my birthday. the
-y-r-. architect, or a poet, or a' maker of pack my suit-case and han -bag, patronage during
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,< the lays. He is not necessarily ; at once I di ln't "!want my life If J
Tea walk through stagep
though I season. we
husband summer
messed of
with that a
valley of, the shadow of to be .an usher in his church, up
if it takes that to bold
church worker. but,
in sense a drop
death or any favor
I'm to find one can you,
life the estate, going
But he is to live the spiritual .
.1 will fear evil
no ; that suits me," snapped Edith. j store
and preferringly. and make this
For thou art with me: interrupted the j in
aesthete "But, dear,
., staff they comfort He is not to be an more my
Thy rod thy
haven't time to
me. than an athlete.: :He will. not poseas elder: woman, "you : your headquarters. .1
I and cultivate
an art or: a musical critic. He meet a stranger' .
:i will not be wilful as a member of interest: .J
Thou table before me ; ..
preparest a retorted the
of "Certainly i not,
the church
the school or
.In the presence of mine enemies:4

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> Peabody tlub.'t' seniors only. -O 1 Whats the matter? Dont you like:

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Wenvish to thank Students.-of -JhapeL 3Ir. Beck speak on Musical Mrs. Mistah Jackson 'Tain't dai{
I : you, wUlj ,.. progranif'given by wife ,been an' landed
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the Normal'School !
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3Le .will! chd 4l HestrafiS1an6 and vocal ielae -
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t I1 ward to}next .suiAmer! vhen"w1 e\a1 li'N 2 l oBTflteaatet W11 ether -th1firs- r-.1 cbmmencenient' 2ddresc. .... jj Baseball Basketball
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The onr] place
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