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The Florida alligator

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Title:
The Florida alligator
Alternate title:
Summer school news
Alternate title:
University of Florida summer gator
Alternate title:
Summer gator
Alternate Title:
Daily bulletin
Alternate Title:
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Alternate Title:
Orange and blue bulletin
Alternate Title:
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Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Publisher:
the students of the University of Florida
Creation Date:
July 20, 1918
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Daily except Saturday and Sunday (Sept.-May); semiweekly (June-Aug.)[<1964>-1973]
Weekly[ FORMER 1912-]
Weekly (semiweekly June-Aug.)[ FORMER <1915-1917>]
Biweekly (weekly June-Aug.)[ FORMER <1918>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1919-1924>]
Weekly (daily except Sunday and Monday June-Aug.)[ FORMER <1928>]
Semiweekly[ FORMER <1962>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1963>]
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. : ; 32-59 cm.

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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates:
29.665245 x -82.336097

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note:
Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note:
Has occasional supplements.

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A iocietsij y Wedding tle(Alice Miss Goulding Pydia Pinkham); flower(FayDil-girl, lit- Duel! impending you present, our ourselves second and at ourself the desig-will -

lafd); bridesmaid, Willie Droppit
nated spot at the indicated time. ,
(MissVhitelaw) of honor
;matron -
The Alligator.Dr. .
Tie Only One Among the Miss Hasa Youngborn (Mrs. Alligator Challenged to Mor- .

Students So Far This Gay); ring bearer, Miss Beauty tal Combat .
Spott Stulle (Berlin Zweifel l). Presumablyby
I Summer Term Before the arriyal of the attendants One of Darwin's Puffer's AddressesDr.

the beautiful voice of i( Monkeys
the soloists Miss Proch Puffer is filling his engage
BlowtMelba
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A rumor to the effect that a I
younglady of the U. i (Mrs. Ruth Dealand) MrsJ: t ment with the Summer School
harming Someone whose identity is only i this week. He began his seriesof
Sing} Horse Harry (Mr. Frank .
S. was soon to be wedded ton ;
out-of-town confirm Zeigler) were heard in"0 Prom- partly disclosed has challenged lectures Monday evening and
man was ise us to a test of brute strengthand delivered one each day for the
d last Saturday night when ate Me. endurance as is disclosed by entire week. His great forte is
Miss Ima Bute The bewitching bride who
: A T 0 house : vocational
the following guidance, particularly -
never looked more charming,
liss Wynona \Vetherbv) was Editor Alligator:-We take exception for boys. Some minister has
was gowned in a graceful flowing -
ntied in mock marriage to Mr.
to certain statements evidently, at some time in the
'Fill B. Orflerich (MissAnitaCox) evening pass tae fort for made by you in the !last two issues -:' past, done the doctor a personal I ainjury.
: those present. I.I
Chattahoochee. The wed-
. relative to Darwin's theoryof In his lectures he even
Even though 1Ir.Vill B. Orfle '
.jing occasioned the greatest in- evolution. We propose that steps aside to give the noble
rich did take it awfully hard, we '
rest for fortn'g'it: : and the
a an-
either of in I ministry personal jab
you meet one us per- a some-
hope he and his fair bride will
ipation of the invited guestsas sonal physical encounter in such ;times below the belt, as it were.
more than equalled by .the have a very successful journey I manner and at"such time and I j The doctor reveals exceptional

alization of the fun of the ev- through the land' of matrimony. I with such weapons as best suits : ability while discussing his favorite -
There somethin 'bout weddin, '
ing's ceremony, arranged and to make a fellow learn. you. A direct and immediate! subject, the boy. But to
cried out by the young ladies I i He.thinks that she is hb'n: but j answer is expected. \Ve might j the i' ii;gator he flounders somewhat -
the A T 0 house. I finds that he is her'r. add that we expect to make a'o when he steps out and

The house was appropriately !I monkey of you as you did with !;I takes up other subjects, particularly -

corated for the occasionpineanches I .. "c UO;>. the ministry, upon which -

vanish ,moss pea vines, etc.,, water being melon artist-'I'Ws m the Ejo&1$$ i I i Parties Signed Offended, The Parties: Off ended. J j[judgment.he is clearly unqualified to pass

wonderfulfeet. i
with
allp
arranged I Gentlemen(?)-1 n answer to)| To.our mind the ministry is a
o the above challengethe Alligatr high calling and an honorable -
About thirty friends assembled Dramatic EntertainmentThe I wishes to say that the same is ac- ;one, but like all other profes-

eight o'clock to witness the fourth annual entertain- cepted and the terms and condi--j;sions, that of lecturer included,

ptials. The wedding party ment of the Peabody Dramatic tions to govern this physical en- some inefficient ones will creep
owly. entered the aisles made Club will be given in the Uni-- counter shall be as follows; time, j j;in. This can not';be'avoided in

rains the ribbon bearers to the versity Chapel, this Saturday evening -|midnight of Monday the 29th in-,: the ministry anymore" than in
March
of Lohengrin's July 27, at 815; under the stant; weapons, soft gloves; pnr- 'other callings. On the whole,
:awed by the pianist, Miss P. An direction of Dr. Chapman. An '; ties, ourself against either one or'! the mininstry is composed of I

Stule (Miss Clyde Mansell). 'entire evening of laughter, inter- I| both of you ;attendants, a second ': competent men of high and lofty

omposinsr the party were the 'spersed with piano and violin | for each party; spectators, any I ideals with as small a percentage
d Mowing: ribbon bearers, Miss 1 I the Summer School i of will be
music, and the latest and best ; members of inefficiency as found i
earl Button (Evalyn Demaree), i 1 pieces of martial music from anew : who care" to attend; place I'in any other calling. "It is doubted

, iss Apple Blossom White (Inez Edison phonograph, secur-I!on east bank of 'Gator Lake: awards if any other profession is

llins), Miss Jane May Dixie ed especially for this occasion. i o the vanquished party to ;, wielding so great an influence .
i lissThclmaBrown), father, Mr. .Admission, 25c. Tickets at the'fill water coolers with ice at six I\ for good and has more rapidly "

A. Bute (Walter Gay); minis- University Bookstore and :at the.o'clock each morning and at two come into its own as has the
r, Rev. Hunks O. Gray Matter door. :o'clock each afternoon each day : ministry. Statements to the contrary : 0I
illie Wade); best man,}Jr.Paul 'for the remainder of the session. t by such men as Dr. Puffer

mpkinickle (lone \Vhitelaw) JUST RECEIVED, a full lire If nothing further is heard from i i f notwithstanding.
id of honor, Miss Chesa Catt Boudoir Slippers in all colors tli I "

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still in arrears with the Alligator. and solemnity by the old Things can be too sweet to

t Summer School Edition It has been suggested that a list grey headed minister.At wholesome.

i of those who have not paid up the conclusion of the cere- Prayer is a spiritual bath.

I : subscription, 25c for the Term be published in next week's, I mony the wedding party and 'Tis better to go without th

issue and same be read out in guests enjoyed a dance,and good to have at too great cost.

the Dining Hall. We trust that old ice-cold punch was .served.

Published.. Every Friday I IIf I this will not be necessary. I Catchy games made the eveningpass
Story Hour
If Entered as second-class matter Sep Hon. Shelton Phillips, State too fast for those present. 730
; Tuesday Evening,
'.; ti: tember 28, 1912, at the postoffice 'at I r Rural School Visitor, paid the July 30
: Gainesville, Florida, under the Act of:: Summer School a pleasant visit I Since Dr. Puffer's lecture at Raggylug of the, _- Miss Wiikos
Story Wylie,
\ t 1 Miss
March 3d, i879. Ca
and !
morning
; Jchapel Tuesday
:' [ this week. He was introducedby The Endless Tale, Miss
\ this olio wing his suggestion that The Soul of the Hul
a. : THE LINEUPWM. Dean Cox at Chapel Great Be'), Mrs.B
morning and made a brief but each person should have a) familytree

TYLER *- Manager forceful appeal to the teachersfor the Alligator has personallygone The commencement
WM. KOEHLER >- Typographer numtx
4 E. G.ROOKS Advertising Manager thoro and careful preparationfor about the matter of writingup of the Rollins Sandspur, thep
;
J A. MERBLER Circulation M'g'r their high calling. Mr. one for himself. It is with lication of Rollins College 'V

1 Miss EDITH STANTON StenographerJ. I Phillips' address has been the much regret that he would say tep Park, is before us. ,It i

G. YOOS, Devil chief subject of comment thro- that he had not proceeded very clear attractive twelve

out the day. far until he encountered some sheet p a f
brimming full
of
R: Place communications and inter
t all news
characters that he did not care to
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items in boxes designated for that I ing college items. If this is tob

,j' ,- _'. purpose in Peabody and,Language Lake County Picnic include. Not knowing how to taken as an index of the class
3 J I' Halls. As a matter of"good faith" dispense with them or avoid work they are doing
at Rollia
1:, sign your name to every piece. Last Saturday evening the using them he has discontinuedthe we would
I pronounce it"A"
I Lake County teachers met in nua
work. The Alligator has no ber .
I A SOCIETY VERSE front of Buckman Hall with a family tree.Attention. 1.GAINESVILLE

large crate of various eatables.
There was a young matron Teachers: Are youa
I k. I And what do you think? They then walked out past the subscriber to the Florida NATIONAL B 61
She lived upon'nothing Farm House to a tavorite picnic
Scdoolrocm? Before leavingthe
1 But teas that were pink. ,ground. The "eats", which Gainesville Florida
Summer School do not fail
r Teas that were pink, after all are what we go to a
j' .j. Formed the chief .f her diet to pay the Schoolroom a visit We solicit
picnic for, were especially delicious your business
I And she wouldn't stay homey and leave your subscription for
To keep the Kid quiet. this trip, consisting of"weenies" the ensuing school year. Head- -

L-. cheese, sandwiches,
quarters for same are one and
I tuny sandwiches, pickles, jelly James Chesnut Jr.
the 'same with the Alligator, ,
We the rolls and On the
I. were goat. i pears. way
basement Langnage Hall. Miss
home all stopped at the Farm Men's, Women's and
t -1 j We have been the goats. Grace Claxon who is personally
House where Children's FINE
we seriously SHOES
I But, we won't be the goats. in charge will be glad to see
damaged a number of water South Side
z: I Squrre
When anything interesting I melons. you. If not convenient to do

.: I i happens, think of the Alligator. this, any member of the Alligator -

1' -. f- The soldiers have their uni- Add. Society WeddingThe staff will be delighted to take W. S. Dorsey & Co.
i
: ; orms at last. Have yon noticed? your subscription and pass it on

: j The Alligator is just like a"I Simp that wrote up the to her. You will thus be enabledto Leaders in Fine Groceries

I wife. Every fellow should have I wedding_did not know any bet- keep in close, intimate touch Phones ,15 and 150

"I ter than to write on both sides of with the educational affairs of
one of his own, and quit running! Gainesville, : Florida
one sheet. Our stenographer, in the state.
I after the other fellow's.LALIES' .
I transcribing the hieroglyphics,
WASH SKIRTSClosing !
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I naturally never thought of looking
; out to make room for Bex Tax
; : on the other side of the pap- A LEX'SOpposite
I : fall goods. Busy,Bazaar, next to
er. Hence, the latter part of the -"Now a promise made is a
: United Shoe Store. 5t2 I University
account reads debt unpaid.-Service.
The
.' ,; I queer. real
Why do the couples who go' cause of the trouble was not discovered "\Vho overcomes by force RESTAURANTICECREAM
; out to study (?) their lessons PARLOR
until the front page was Hath overcome but half his foe."
under the "pear" trees always I -
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printed. Beginning at the description Milton.
take their books with them? !
of the bride's "The
-gown, in- peculiarity of prudery is

Dean Cox, evidently, is afraid sert the following; to multiply sentinels in proportion Dr. GORDON TYSON

A somebody will steal the University jug evening costume of shim- as the fortress is less threat- Dentist

buildings. We noticenearly I mering, snowy white material, ened.-Hugo. '

1 t: j- ,- every night, especially Friday and wore her veil five yards in "The length of a man's life is

= Saturday and Sunday nights, he in length. She carried
a bridal what he gets into it, not the timeit
.. places two guards at each door, bouquet of vegetables, mostly'I stretches over.Phillpots."Babels The k efcule Tea Root

of every building. As he wantsto ;I watermelons, peavine and onion ', men block out,

be strictly impartial, he makes The groom in full dress suit'of j'' Babylons they build." the Art Shopof .

. each door. set up of one from !his best man met the bride at the| Browning.

i each sex. On, wall.! I altar in the parlor. The cere-1' It is the naked truth that em- Norah Norton '__




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A State University of the Highest Educational Standards, -Ranking with the Largest and Best Universities A_
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of the North and East. !Military Training under officers of the U. S. Army. Students offered .

.. opportunity of joining Reserve Officers Training Corps. :
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AIINtiVILLE"' VURNITURK co. :-', .
Pure Personalities$ The Alligator almost crawls .
under the table every time "Ar- j
buckle" Yates begins reading out
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the names of those who Jiave not
If it isn't in the Alligator, you properly provided themselves

are naturally dubious about it. with meal tickets. So far he has

$5.50 Georgette, Saturday only escaped, but at times merely by

Ride $3.98, all colors. Busy Bazaar of the skin of his teeth. One good

course, next to United Shoe man fainted the other day when GAINESVILLE. FLORIDASHOES
Store. 5t2 his name was called. Out of respect -

in theUniversity LADIES' BATHING Suits i for his loved ones we refrain -

Bus' Shdes and Caps reduced 25 per from mentioning his name. ,

cent. Busy Bazaar, next to United Mr. J. T. Diamond of Milton,I
member of the Board of Control,I H H
Fare, One\Vay, lOc Shoe Store. 5tl B. M. Tench .
Wanted An athelic between registered at the Summer School
meet
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Fifteen Rides for $1.00 i
Minutes the University Summer last Monday and will remain to o GAINESVILLE Q
Runs
Ever'Twenty the end of the term. Mr. Diam-
School boys and the soldier boys FLORIDA
This should be arranged soon. ond was recently elected to the E
principalship of J. M. Tate Agri- E
Among the young ladies pres-
cultural School i n Escambia
ent at chapel Wednesday morn-I
County. SHOE S
ing, we noticed County Superintendent -I
Simmons of Gainesville.The .I Dr. and Mrs. Murphree have
I returned to the University after I
of North Caro-
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governor
an absence of several weeks.
I lina advises every man, woman I'Their many friends at Summer The Phifer State Bank
and child in the state to buy a;
Gainesville Planing & Coffin Cc. I School as well.as throughout the
razor and save shaving expenses i state will be glad to learn of the Strong and Conservative

Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Finish Miss Kittrell paid her subscription great improvement in the health]!Gainesville. Florida

Daily Capacity 25,000 Feet to the Alligator last Wed of Mrs. Murphree. Dr. Murphree -

nesday. May her tribe increase.Go introduced at chapel
Gainesville, Fla. Phone 166 was
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L- thou and do likewise. She Thursday morning and expres- Headquarters for -

Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted may regard this as her receipt. sed his pleasure at being permitted Sporting GoodsNONE
Prof. B. B. Lane is still in arrears' to return before the
Broken Lenses Duplicated .
in one hour's time Do ycu play Tennis, BasketBall close of the session. BETTER

i or do you engage in Ath Mr. Herrington of the Exten- The Thomas Co.J. .
C. H. Coles & Son letics of any kind? If so, you sion Department of the University -

Refracting and Mfg Opticians. will need a pair of "Keds." We who is in charge of State

sell them. L. C.- Smith, North work, having to do ]largely with W. McCollum & Co. I

Side of Square. tf boys' clubs, was at chapel 'fues-,I

L. J. BurkhimClothier WHICH WHICH, day morning and made an earn- Druggists

and Furnisher Professor Tyler, announcingthe I est appeal to the teachers to co- Corner East Main and Union
POPULAR GOODSat management of the Alligator) I operate with the county agentsin ,

POPULAR PRICES 'The Dean has asked me to take'I the extension of this work.He I

hold of the business end of the I I pointed out many instances in See A. J. VIDAL
Alligator and Mr. Koehler to whic teachers could be of material -
Do Business with take the machanical end." I I help in the promotion of For Drugs, Stationery, Toilet ,

THE mm NATIONAL BANK' Query; Which end of an alligator -I I boy club work. ,Mr. Herrington | Articles, Souvenir Cards,
I Waterman's 1
is the "Business end" and II impresses us as being the right I Pens.
'TleN w Million)] Dollar B.mk,' I
which is the"Mechanical end"? man in the right" place.
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QUESTION AND ANSWER Dear Pr. Sub.: Our Q. and A. If you come once, you can't stay avay-

i Dear Editor: I am a young:man Dept. is open to subscribers only TheatreCOOLCOMFORTABLECONVENIENT.
Until prospectiveness be- Lyric
a twenty-one years of age and en- your
gaged to the loveliest girl of 18 comes' a pleasurable reality we *
I summers. I have no means to must emphatically and firmly refrain S.L. Carter, Manager\

provide a home for her. I cannot from answering your ques'
i ,t bear to think of breaking the tions. Sub. price is only two bits.

engagement. Advise what to Expert advice on this one ques- Normal Students
do. Desperate. tion alone might boj worth a for- ..

:- t; { Dear Des;;You have our sym tune to you. We suggest that THE BIG STORE extends you a cordial in- .
f pathy. No doubt you haye of- you subscribe at once. Our Mr.! vitation to make it your headquarters whilein
': : ten noticed" bricks lying in the Rooks, Mr. Merbler or Mr. Williams -j town. We will do our best to supply your
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I t will be glad to take at lowest prices.
{:. :' street where they had fallen from your wants
L .;;:": a passing wagon.. We suggest j name. Ed. All Ladies' Shoes Men's Shoes Ladies' 'VaistsfenYs
begin picking and Andy wants to knowon Outfitting Hosiery and Kerchiefsand
that you up 4nxious
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<: Furnishings Dress Goods and Street HatsLadies' '
saving them. You *will be sur- what occsions to remove his
i Rest Room Second Floor FREE
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prised how rapidly they will ac hat. Not having had time ta calla
i, 1 : cumulate. Do the same with all meeting of the Staff ta have -" W. N. Wilson, Owner .

i 1.. stray pieces lumber and before the benefit of the combined and

I ",,' you realize it you will have the concentrated wisdom and omni--
necessary material for a house. science thereofwe will not keep

+f'"i I Thrift and perseverance will win you on the anxious seat. We Johnson's
; over all obstacles. The Alligator should say that under the following Pharmacy .

i: will be glad to have an account I occasions and cirumstances Anything in the Drug Line '
"I' of your success. connected therewith, it wouldbe

:! I i I Dear Alligator: I should like perfectly proper to remove
t } hat without causing undue
; to know, and there are a number your
.; ; of others interested, whether comment: on going to bed, getting -
: Prof. Jones is married. Every fitted for a new hat, takinga The Wilson Company
effort on our part to gain this im- bath, taking up a collection in

,- portant information direct from your hat, getting a hair-cut, saluting -
him has proven futile. You will the flag, and when kissinga Gainesville's Popular Store
I \ girl that is wearing one of the
oblige a considerable
> E greatly Normal Students, make this store
: i' number of us by giving this in broad-brimmed hat s. There 'rs -
formation. School Ma'am. I Ii may be some other occasions.IT ( gip-, Your r Store ..
i Dear School Ma'am: While: QUALITI anaLeaders SERVICE"

t : your question is somewhat out, WILL PAY you to visit "{ z. in -:
I ; of our field of research and investigation our store this week. Closingout
..; I"" we have carefully all summer shoes. For prices Dry Goods, Notions,

}! I looked into the case. We are see windows. United Shoe Ladies' ReadytoWearand ::
I still somewhat in doubt but feel Store, next to Busy Bazaar. 5t3
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", practically safe in saying that he 'i Millinery '

.:. is, or has been, married. It is'I' Arbuckle Yates, the
; quite probable that he has grandchildren popular
'I' manager{ of the Dining Hall I
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now attending school in
makes a standing offer that
,I I this state. We have set in motion -
L' a line of inquiry that will anyone eating many astwelveears .. New York RacketDry
: r of boiled corn may have a
eventually ferret out to a certainty bundle of fodder for desert. One Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats and Gents Furninshings.
; ? the information you seek.,
But why worry about a little I young man, whose name was We Will Appreciate Your Business .
stricken out by the Censor
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matter like that when there are very
nearly won the coveted prize at
still so many unattacked bachelors
dinner the other day.
and widowers on the Campus -
? Editor. BAIRD HARDWARE CO.

Dearest Alligator: I have bright I Your Kodak work will receive Eastman Kodaks and.Supplies Goods
r Sporting
prompt attention ,
auburn hair which is beginning i by experienced
to show streaks of grey, which is:t photographers at Van Sickel's Phone
very distasteful to me. I do not I!Studio, South side of Square, tf 7

i i wish to have my age misjudged I i I --

on account of a few prematuregrey I I Anyone It
Will
failing to receive the Pay You
hair, yet I do not want to ,Alligator regularly will confer :
;' resort to dying. What would favor a
by giving us notice. A to call and see our lines of Ladies' ',
you advise? Prospective Sub- note !
dropped
: in
one of the Alii Ready-to-Wear at Low Prices.
: scriber. gator boxes will
suffice.
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The Florida Alligator Summer Sofloo Clion1 \VOL. \Vi GAI I. S\ lLL, FLORo Ju \. K l'iiS A~0 ~ai W6%dinq lie Only One Among the Students So Far This Summer Term \ rumor tO thm effect Iadv of ahcrbx r lage \lie~m .e Thei he rt! il:; oft harming ()lUn4 iS.s is 500n tO n out-of-toxx m if e .\ 1, ( ) nticd in m. ine I] resILt 10 H as moCF altitio A ia'I'h lr'U '((EAII 1*t ua m Ic I tric t orIL fi the I ci ho n i 'IC P(s. m rmg t rijnr d V C 4IIh o clock 1ptials. I Oxxy eniti *the tihI rains of Stuic C'l mp;,singr I iss Apie I Ilinsi, Mi Rex. Il flpiini I. lid of II 'A I he red 'on Loh e p IIs I, thait a Ilhe t. led to firm n at ) X as to M1r. ,Cox) 8 nests '\ the hie cv.irrainge& and '011ng ladie> (Alice G tie Mliss latd); bri (is, \\ OF, 1'dss ( aJ ri Snoir Sn lkfore t Cdts I the s01( \[clih1 ( Sirx Il( Otullinlf4I flowver gi' 1. litci dia Pi nkham LF y)i1desmaid. Willid Dri ppit hiuelaxx ;mn.1ron o' houI!a a \ohingborn aIr s. 1ng ~air, 1\iss I ) "at ull htilin /S\ ciL. the 8trrXil oi thje at the Icauti fil xolcceof )istS, Mjiss 1>s tl ow .Irs. I( ithi[Xi D AtIand Ars )rse harry 1\lr. 1-rank Ztiigicr) we rc huard in ( ) it omI hi bcxx itCinf biet \wl}( fl\ er ltOoked more L hiirmi ng, \sS goxx ned in a rr-aecful flowinX *nng P85s Lie fort for Itlost pit.i 5(1 I. \ hopt (2 e throi 2a 211 imijh (lid Luke ii : he and ins j \Cfy Su!' igh the land <"llc I n o*e ;, ts -i (2s, XX ltdr e, X\illi ii,'-ni, btI1n8 artistXwOndlrfu i it nts assembled to wXitni uX ckiting tihe aisles hcrcr s .Cnl2frl S pianist, M1 i CAxdc N parts xxe ibbIon :a1/ \\a& ir inks (A lnhene '1aI n \\hitie May n-i iwjI -(Sx 8 .Grax beLt m:i ,IOnW S\Iiss ( ess the P art' made tO the rc the s, \iss e (n mc latterr p, Ii.i'uul hcs:1 ( ut T V'4-i PB0 ii. \\'IlI imir b tussiu i~ ot mnut ii H the I;. hard 1 niifl 4 t r *~,(~ 4 I )rfe I I, XXC xxill rnEy )s *1 $ Dramatic Entertainment T hu ment (i llb) Fourth 'nm:A Lhe Ii Pv.2 Of (iii XXit nd mn st n ally -. e 7, r >1!od QI\ en a :1 f. h1 t Ot XX i( Veri:t CII!Z nj di re i 0 tl e tiC spcrsed InuLsIC, pic~tS ntx lid ed C3pe A .ns: IIIIi I tnHteilsil-l I)e mi lf lt t is Saturd S;15, und -liupmlm hitightcr,. .nio and idtest an mutsit I ( !r ph. tlii' (Cc I 'l I 1MiX rAt (It)0I. IXoudoir tR'tI'IX \TD a il wie Slippul s i11 811 cojOtS, ii :ie niX CVer tihe .An lintr\lifln d I)CS roin a see rfision. O te Alligator Challenged to Mortal Combat, Presumably by One of Darwin' a Monkeys ni I Cd i tun IIh 1i S.0 btr ClCo U Im-I hi a L )n i .Is XhXIe oh ad 1 em rUncc A m .\11i4 ()i a> to cer dl l m +: rseitiont-. W Nt El eet teitleti 'iii phx sicaf cii mianr and at XX lih stiti XX 28 F ou. \ diet I ansxxer IS v'q, Un Tl lid. Pt I I Ii U IN i itus inpeIcr inI~ silth s Lest sifis mimdiattz \\ e mILhI tB Iml1Ie I Id 11 a\ I ned,( 'I }t I r111*25 fI vnl1l a nit~l the ojl) V bslit Cet d liI lemi }\ t14, 5. 8fnd1 III. mir sit it ha j hji j lum; luit 15 Ae I' Ull. trdh, thec il Uo Ix I Ihl I b 1 ;tt t o_I. ( \' aIEr c II 1eo hk ~or lhii t fil cath I r-tmUti -I n ansx'.er i1n4t,thet A; 1K it thy sd~fnt is ius ph' sirul si i Olkr)',s, In )8Jd' thu .Nt soil git) us; 11n>1t ither one yndatis, I 'c tstumminr Sch ) :utal~ p. I u-shI>d jpirt rs \\ th 'LU m ndcr uf V '4 ii nothimg Iuritr is 'I n lidy lt eCh I hex s I airl isIC al1-rt ''nd Iii ool t' si N I-. 1OH, (Hr a cond and 0111scI& uii prie 1<(8 .rselves at the designl t ed spta' the indice iime, i nc Thu.\digaitor. Dr. Pufier's Addresses S)r mIn I II (I U Cn r11 \ uJ~tII b tor ti'-l si. t*Iu 'i 'h 'A >h ni Ii nL iEf xw it icr is hi thle xu ak. H lures MiO d ,~ (rU (11U 'xeek. -mal h'9s. i ),' 5. 24Mc ii I. i h1 Us it .tr a 'A )(o Ih -' A o lik filling his Smamcr L e, nd's L \ i is' uId>, 2 c doctor vE !ectur to give uersonlal the bl~tt IX eLIS \(ussI I Ce ganc Sch i01 ) ci: in S 1 lC H ii n s a p CS Ve ihi I u as ,\t n11' SuiI It X\I \the LIn h1 'iti> mi.1lrI .-I-I IPo 'S Cli~j hI uII I m(I b. !I liit V t '1pt iAII I-v Is isti I -, t mil sti nd U tit u nuha I, m Et Tu our mm la hc'.linu ent ), hutke p. I i'a c ul I'e m iintry ideAls XXiIh I "f inetl .ne U' amx othr for 4Ood cim linlf ma TusIry. ni DrvbX so and ti ih and not any s is I -nutf snai '.s1 -.l in [her grcat has m1 In .1 e oh nt he nI I Sa pr n H ml 16 its oxn Statemcn ts such mcin u> Xx (I It ill UX Oidcd mI re thuln In he whole, mp;oised o It is dIut!I Afession iinhltcim 4 orc rapid;' IC) tilt ( nutwxithstandiinz. a a d e r \\ o nor:: e e a t l e k a w oi e; l e a m b l bel at-

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FIa~tda AIIigata~ Summer School Edition for the Term Published Every Friday Entered as second-class matter, Septenmbcr 2s, 1912, at the pc-toflhce at Gainesviilu, Fkorida, under the Act of Marc 3d THE LINE-UP KYLER ROOKS MtERBLER EDITH STA v:05, -Ty, l~gd~r Adverrking Mtaug S Circulation lIrr N TON Stiograp he -Devil WrPlace all comnmunicatiols and ne'> itemn, in boxe, deqgnated for that purpose in Peabody anid I aLIuZ1Ie H-alls. At am~atter of gomidfaith"' sign your name to every xec A SOCIETY VERSE Th're was a young nmtrou And what do you think? she Uved uioii totlimg s ta wr j ink Pormned the~ cli f *f hl iet t And she would nt stay bomne To keep the Kid quiet \Wc were the goat. We hIn e been the goats. But, we wvoni tbe tile gOd IS, \\hen an' thing interesting ippens, think of the Alligator. Tlie soldiers have their intins at last. ha x e x on noticed? The .\iligitor is j tst like a ife. ECx erx fellow should h)axe e of his On ni, and quit running 01)1 tI under I take thi Dean somnebo ity buik every Saturda places oth er ;' \\ It It I H *ott d4. Shoe do th SI [h12 nr b I CCox, dv wi diugs nig hi, y'and 'NO gi fteV A\S h)\\'s. ii SKIl(T' r ar oom ,next ->2 xx ho r iesst 2s tilw them e i ,is aft e Lnivc ceinca yv Fid nights, each d aid trsrnv ayv, het' oyr of every building. As he wint; to be strictly impartial, hid makes each door set up of .nc' from eazAi sex. Oa, w21! TL iBd Lake Li $ (ii I Jr I lhe Siminp w edm thIl4dd ter than to xx ()I) sheet. ( NUMBER -it h gest the All ed that i lUITE A still in arrears wx It has been sugi of those xx ho ha be published issue and same the Dining I hall :his "ill not be lon. Shelton Rtirai Stihool \N Suimcer Scloul this '\etk. l ie b\ Ilcan (ox morning and mt forceful appeal for thorn) andi ai for their h igh Iijip 821d ess cldicf Stlt (A Otit the dav. P1 isiP .1 p. wxas at dIC to t tfua cn has f ci Kit xx rt)[t tif i1 >t knoxx ini b : on both sides r stcnographer, e Iiictogly jhi< thlu~ght of loo side of the pa latter part of tI queer. T'he re tible wUs pdot d front page w nling at the d br ide'sg surt the Iollox\ iig; i i g evening mering, sn0 and nxort hi in length. bouqutic oft watei mnclon lT: groom his best man altar in the wv er Ii costume \ white iil five e carried ege tables, JeaL' inc 31 I ill dress let the brio parlor. arc zatoi a lisi .d up cek's ut in that i lips, State or, paid tl]C leasant Visit introduced Chapel this a brief but he teachers p C 1reat ion luing. .lr. t)Cef the noment throCcknty Pcenkc I In NI t '' 'it-' ae tInI roLII tou Iif V \\ C ( t\ ~ K P1' m1 I il Ilu Iii> (It ltIt idlnjijels A A. li: sfl I 'liz is. ( )n the ci at the I A Illnler CI n ht ) a 0rm In;.y jermony was read with much dig.nity and solemnity by the old Sgrey headed minister. *At the conclusion of the ceremony the wedding party and *guests enjoyed a dance, and good old ice-cold punch was served. Catchy games made the evening pass too last for those present. Since Dr. Puffer's lecture at Chapel [Tuesday morning and ollo wing his suggestion that each person should have a family tree, the Alligator has personally gone about the matter of xx riting up one for himself. It is with, much regret that he would sax' that he had not proceeded very fur until he encountered some characters that he (lid not care to incltide. Not knoxx ing how tO dispense xxith them or ax02d us!11 them he IhIs discontinued the wx ork. I'he Al Iigator has no family trt e. Attention T eC Li stllscriber t Sednoorom? th Smmr Sc to pay the Sclo and Ica\ e xour the ensuing sciu quarters for sa the same nixh ba1semlenlt IA 1 Grace CGaxon lx in charge wx ou. If not tis, any mum. tor stall xxillb '.o)ir sub>se ipti t' herL'. Y~Ol xx 2ttO Let') in clos of wvitih tihe editc ul the stale. hers. cO t !i e i kIOre hoo (it A~oo I t I SuIIbCI li ~Ol \ tUF. Imn a I it: 4nge \\ho 'ill 1)t. COfl\ ber of K' titII IOf ani ill ilmti &, .it d S Art' vou Florida lu-ax i ng nu ail 1 x islt '11(31 for I it-.dit one aind A\lh I aih a 'e rjll lient he 'ted I Ias lit r m lhm~ate tonal affa 1.1 Ur, ishs MIn to C) L it iab tou irs I a~tt ike ith of Bex Tax "N debt "W. I lath (lwv uinll *lo Cv. a jprOiSe miadc aid.''-Se rvice. overcomes by forc ercomfe 1but hall his --NI is L ft te lion. cxnin, in"The peculiarity of prtidery is to multiphx sentinels in proj-orof shimtion as tihe h rt ress is less threatmIntria I, en ed."ii 480. yards in "tile length or a ma n's life is a bridal what IlL 441s into it, not the time mostly 11 stretches Over."'-Philpots. ndOniOn "I bils m1 n fl )c(k 01!' suit of de at tha The cerelkix lOnsg thux build. --Browning. It is the naked truth that em barrasses people. Tfhin~gs *?dn be too swx-et nx holesoime. Pr-aver is a spiritna! bath. 'Tis better to go vi thou to ha xe at too great cost. Story Hour to t ThC Lo4 lu.Be1 1 inhe )lifmmenlent numb of the Rolns Nnd Spli, tihe~ lication of Rcol Ii s Cot Iegt, X ter Park, is i)CfOrt us. It clear altractx e twveix .p sheet, lbrlflnmi ng ll of intct 11n8 COllege items I f tis is tv taken as an index )f Whe class~ 4) \\ Oilil flrA: ( Unle It "A'" nu b er I Gainesyill. Flornda 3A~i We solicit your business James C Hcsn n, Jr ( ill 2rin s Souih i M. .I I-eaersin F'h )Th' (Lii A TntS\ ii It, LE, ( )pp('sitt' I R]:s [AL ICE (2RL\\I )ilitT S I IMIC Sije St orsey 15 ne G an fl Li si i )1* U rrc & Co. rotc 150 rits I t)rnda X S ill' etSilV RAN I' I'\RIA)l{ r()RD() T -DX-n: st at the tIe Tea Raa~ A i-c Shop If Norali Aorton I ye not pa' 71 next u be read o .We trust ne CessU ry. Subscription, 25ce E G. A A Mis S. t; hr or wV or Add. Society Wedding the LI I aiter LA\ (los fall U nit WV ing 400 ed hy S-transci ibmnu th for 11n2 On 1 he theri Ito te account reads goCitst Of tilt'tro tn ox edR uiiiil Ill IX s printed. Begin stripilOn 0f thle to make hisy l1aza S (Ore. -couples .I K zhci wear Irci oks itli cx idently II steal thi We noti especial) Sunday Liards at J I

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The University of Florid a GAINESVILLE A State University of the of the North and East. opportunity of joining Reserve 0 For information write the HIighiest Educational Stan 3 iii itar v Tinin g under ificers Training Corps. Registrar. dards, Ranking with the Larzest and oflicers of the U. S. Army. Stiidcn Best Uniis offered ide In the University Fare, Fifteen Runs lsvcr One Vay, Rides fur v l'xwentv Bus l0c $10) NI intis Pure Personauities If it isn't in the Alligzate are nat urat)y d ubions albt) 555) Georget Ie, Sat irda ,. all (201oow. I usy I course, next to 1Uiilca 'Store. IL\DI ES' BATE! ING S Shoes and Caps red na U cent. Ihzsy lSaar, next I ed Shoe Store. \Vanted--\n arhelic mi I weenI the 1 ni\ ersi t\ St School box s and tihe soldic This should be arranited s rv it ii. s on Ir I il of oL Is 25 per 0 Unit 3dl 2et bemmnier r box s 0on. .\mong the x oung ladies pitSen t at ciha pe \\' ud n sd a \ morin, %X C not teed (ionunix Nu Iri Htendecnt Simmons of Gaimlcsx ii e. F le Irovernor Gainesville Planin g & Coffin Cc. Flooring, Ceiling, S:din", Finish Daily Capacity 25,OOO Feet Gainesville, Fli. Phone l66 Eyes Tested Glasses F'itted Broken Lenses Duplicated in one hour's time C. H. Coles & Son Refractirg and Mfg Opticians. La. J. Burkhim C lotlie. 'nd F urnilher POPLAR GOODS at POP L.\R PRICES HI) T.E PL )Bust :u 'Q ness with NATIONAL BANK 'Fl eNw c 1ion Dollar B imk' Uina a and c> rAporf Mis tioli L Go iih Imax Prof. halI, letics xx ill sell ti Sid Al tak tort dvxi NI i al-it ~s I oil v. lOll reg I -n [h oes I in Isa ittrhe Ma. an ard B. L or tlo of aji tied a .n CX til Al of cry Ic ab pid il$111 1' ht d do tls -"nc. N orthi man, te ing hjr r tribe liket AS lhi cx 151 in) IMJ r r IS stil m I l)hLy Teni, B yOU engage in iv kind.? If so, pair of "'Keds."' j C*. Smith, ) 00 Si [MuIe. ;ofcssor TF w IDean has d of the Lu Ieahor and Is ci.' th a I 0 osrip \\ eti Lc ease. .She QcUOt ~ aers til. t IL Ath XOhI We c (ruhi ti IS wHIIwH'I ier, Lt ('t aske IIP' Mr. Imfli .whiich enu e "Business I nnfOhlnimli it li te Pd. I of fl! end" St t a to., Al-c I e I o I, n d ical end"? which is the "Mechan Tlhc Aligator urn] the the er tli k Ic"' namn pcrlyv skin ey es al La al p ti bhet Is 1) f thi rox eke t at of his erring ton atmecu IS inl C xing tO -'S 'lilt he ihec on mia alnost es ur egini USC' ided ts. tim t C t cra'. I y time s reading who) Jhave themsel So far he Cs merclk .h. mA n fain ted the otheic his name was called. spedt P r his lox ed C frain fnr)Ii men tinjir M1r. j. ''. 1)ianond mcmlber of the Board regs to ;d at the Sum last Monday and wxiV .ite enu of the term. xxd as cultural Country. Dr. an<( recent ship of School J. Mrs N ele M1. I n Iir ret trned to the 1 in an1 abtAnCC Ut sC\ T'hcir many friends Sclool as X cl as thr state xxiii he glad to grtea imIfpr('vementi of \I is. Niurjphree. rue \' as ilI ntroduce C 'Thursdax morning setl his pleasure at nutted to return close of I Mr. lH Si ) I iIy, X hO \x&)rk. h hOX s' clubs, w~ day morning est appeal to operate with in the ext nI~ whit tetl terial hlbo> ciuh' 1mprcsses ma-n in thm jut not Yes has by ( ne g)O(d r day when (jut of reneCs wI' redrIiis nmne. of Miilton, of Control, mer Schoci Remain to Mr Dianmcted to the Tit e Agri Esctlmblia phrc 'Cr5' 4I V have after eral wvecks. at Sumnmcr Oiighoult the earn of the fl the health Dr. NiutrphIAt chitpel and expresl)Cinlg Purbefore the iof the Extenot the Unives harge of State do larLYlr wvih at tlhaII)l I nusImade an earnteaclhers t ) cOUoutlft agen Is of this xxork.I e nX imstanecs In chers could lie cd mnap in the promotion (if \Ork M. .I infltOfl us as boin" the right VI .LfE, I"IHNt IS E C A IESYILLI FIA itIi) S H 0 E Tench 0 E S GAINESVILLE FLORIDA H 0 The Phifer S H 0 E State S BaLnk Strong and Consers atix C Gainesville, I lOriida Tb4 J. N( NE1 I3ETTlER Thiomas I W. McCollum C o. & Co. Druggists Corner East Main and Union See A. J. VIDAL F or Drugs, Stationery, Toilet Ar liles, o c"" ii"r ( ares\\Vaterman s I'cns xcrsities [he SCS Rin. H-eadquarter, for SportingGod w B. M.

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QUESTION AND ANSWER Dear Editor: lain a young man twenty one years of age and engagud to the loveliest girl of s ummnurs. I have no means 1)rovidc' a home for her. I c not bear to think of breakingt e gage n t Ad xise wx'hat 1)ear IDes;--You haxe our sy putlix. No doubt you have ten noticed bricks lying int street where they had (alien frc 0 pIssin1 wvagfl. \W siggt that xoii begin picking tip a sJ\ ing them. YTuti xiii be sI prised luwx conulate. stray pieCes vou realize necessary I TLhrilt and p over :ill gator 'xiii b rapidly x I IDa the same xxi of lumber and b it vou will hay material for a h ~erseverance xxif obstacles. The e glad to hiax c a Is to an he to mnto knoxx of othe~ IProf. Jo c'Iior1 on nortant himi 1Vi5 gr-eatv V nIm-r i uIrmalitr ,~ Dear Pr. Stib.: Our Q. Dept. is open to subsc t'ntil your prospecti comes a plcasulratlic mntst cm ph aIi caly and train from answecring tions. Sub. price is oni E xpert advice on this tune to y-oi. \Ve su and A.J ribers oniy voness bereality wec Ifirmvly rcyOUr (IIIes\IW bw its. ggest that on stibscri be at once. Ut he Rooks, \Mr. \ierbier or M~r mn jiams wil 1) gI ad to take .'st name. Ed. Al-l nd urII ac11h all efore Sthe >use. wvin \lbiSat cess, and there s mjeres 'fes Is our pa inform. Ut US h) I mi I should like arc a number ted, w~ whether .rrittldI.Ex trX rt to i.ain this nation direct I: I utile. \oti a consider Ix School LDear Seh(o U LXi \I .1 a I un: tths ml. r0m x1 il nbce pn fl \\ Inie your jtiestih is 15 m1kVhat out Of our I id % 4 resctrchi und inx eSt8iai&o, \\ ba1I\e CmeJI cii liOICel im1k the case. \\ce te stil somexwhai ii dlotibt butt feel pA c call' safe in saying thai he is, or Iias ben cl 1m1rned. It IS gtirie pI'oIhabl2 that he hus grand chhen IBAX attention school in tex tntutil ferret out to a curtaiinlt the information oil siek. B3ut Vh li xorry ablo1It a little matter like that xwhcn there are still so imn unattached u& 1w] ors and XX idOx\ ers On tile (i onpus? Itdito. IDcarest Aligiator: Iha auburn hair which is b to show streaks of gre' vetry distasiciul to mc. xxislh to have my age im Ofl ilccou t of a few pm grey hairs, yet I do not resort to dying. \\ ha XO u ad vi et Pros ecti srer r schug: egirning w~thih is I lo nlOt I sjtdgcel Xw nt to t xx ()ldi XC' uk Ii r Mlr. WNilxOu LI Anxious Andy wants to knowv on what occsions to remove his hat. Not having had tim in a call a meeting of the Staf iiaL have lhe bencfit of the comnbinedc andc concentrated xx isdomn and omniscience thercof,x c wviii not keep yon on the an \iOus seat. \\'t' should saxthat tinder the following occasions and circumstances connected th erc\ii th, it \\Ott d I)C perlectlh proper 1(3 remux ti your hat without ctiusinug undue comment: on going to bed, getting fititd for a new hat, takin" a bath, taking up a coitechion In your hat, getting a hair-cut, salti ng the flag, and when kissi n a girl that is xx daring one of the broad-brim med h a t s. There ti tbt some other occasions. yT \\w. rI \Y xcii to out All si mmer >hoes. 1 0r! Sa \\ id\ns. I. nihd Morv. Ut l 10 Iits Lia x isit Psing pri (i Shoe A1 .\r uickle '3 ales, t! p0Jpu Ar man ltnr (4 the IDmning II a I I mnikcs a stnc!Im (,ffer thal? flnXOilt'at infras man' as t \ i' c tuirs 4)1 l)C)IKd ('()ln imax h18e a bundle ol foLI(Ir bor JCSVrT. ( he iflg nIn. nLVhose name xas ';tr iken ott tbv the ( ensor, xery nearly x non thm coveted priut at dinnet the ()Ihc' lax if you come once, you can't stay away--COOL-CO\IFORTA\BlEI-CONV\L KJN I ta r cU am Normal Students THIE BIlG ST vihltiOfl to mahi in town. We \\ wants at lowest F Ladies' Shoes Mlen's Outfitting and F urnishings Ladies' Rest SRI? c k2 it iii do rices. M1en's Hosier lDress Room W. N. \Vil Johnson's Anythim in The I t ~. L 11n1 our our 1) ; \ 0 head Cst I 511OiS y andt Nur (Joods .lndi ,Seccnd I ui a cord ijimrters A Stlppl\ I h 11I ti c I Sntk*C I I o!r, i iai inwhile \Oulr WK\aisis aits I' son, Pharmacy the 1)v; g Wilson -Il ntl ~ -It N '()V.\l.I I I )rv (,ouus Lad ic's Lime Company -, t) -' t s ~ opu .~r StGr~ d&li1. tI~ VhS StOIC ou S '1 i~ n rc :ions, Rcad v and Miinurv New Dry Good. Notiors. \\ e \\M .\I BAIRD 'I {)tir prompt photogr Suidin. Si \n (fl L"jlng to rccux & Ft fax (Ir bA8\Il$ISBh note tIV juin IlOne of the .\li )it >r In V" XXI t-~c York Racket >1ho.-, Ii Is and G(nt VI urninshings. .r ''I L llI \Gilt lusmi>s HARDI)WAR Eastman Kodaks and Supp Phone Will Pay lies, U Co. Sporting Goods / You to call and see otir lines of LtVes Rcadv-to-\\Ve:r at L ow IPrictr. CUT PRICE STORE Gainesville a count ot your stl( Dear .\lligator: IX MIIL X rk xx i lee a~PhIrs at \Man Sothsae of Sq r iy I II they e () w n