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The Florida alligator
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Summer school news
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University of Florida summer gator
Alternate title:
Summer gator
Alternate Title:
Daily bulletin
Alternate Title:
Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
the students of the University of Florida
Creation Date:
August 1, 1919
Publication Date:
Daily except Saturday and Sunday (Sept.-May); semiweekly (June-Aug.)[<1964>-1973]
Weekly[ FORMER 1912-]
Weekly (semiweekly June-Aug.)[ FORMER <1915-1917>]
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Weekly[ FORMER <1919-1924>]
Weekly (daily except Sunday and Monday June-Aug.)[ FORMER <1928>]
Semiweekly[ FORMER <1962>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1963>]
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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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Palm Beach-Ula L. Geiger,! selves of this opportunity to observe -
iI Hildreth J. Gray, Lucie Grier,: a real tournament as con-

tAil I Elizabeth A. Harper, Lola i ducted by an expert in this line

Summer School Enrollment by Hershberger, Mollie\ M. Munro, An armistice has been agreed: of school work.

JE Counties Mrs. S. F. Richmond, Adah E.: upon, which is to go into effect i

Shuflin, Mrs. J. S. Sundy, RoyE. i next Thursday at noon, federal I THE LIBRARY CLOCK :

Garnet, Paul W. Potter. time. Class operations are to I
Continued i
( ) Pasco-Isabel Adams Flora Last while here at-
be suspended and all firing will summer
1\Iadison-1\Irs. Clifford Little Adkins, Dorothy R. Briggs: cease. An athletic tournamentwill tending the Summer School, I

Alice Simms, Chloe Simms, Edith E. Carter, Maoma\ Hill,: be put on. or pulled off, as conceived the idea of presenting .

Ethel Simms, James N. McAr- Flora A. Ingalls, Sylva A. In-: the case may be, under the direc- a clock to the Library a tangi- I

thur. galls, Jessie Larkin, Sister MaryTerese ; tion of Mr. White, Physical Director ble appreciation from the Sum'f I

.1 Manatee\ -Ruby E. Browning, Mattie Lou Mayo, Sister -! and Y. M.\ C. A. Secretaryof mer School students. When I 1

i Mabel O. Curry, Amelia Curry, A. Newman, Muriel\ M. the University. Many inter- approached Mr. Hadley, who j

S Nettie M.\ Dunphey, Bethel H.,'Storms, Hazel L. Wright, Blank esting events are scheduled for was then librarian, in regard to. ; I

Revels, Lizzie B. McDuffee, Edward Roberts. the afternoon. There will be a his acceptance of such a gift, I I

L. Beeson, Harvey McVey, Pinellas-Julia Ashley, MaryT. baseball game between two found him thoroly in sympathy f I

Fred O. Revels, T. W. Yar- Bailey, Aileen Belcher, Margaret picked teams from the Summer: and willing to accept such an I !

brough. H. Crowe, Irma Dannen- School students and faculty.'evidence from the student body. ; 1

l\larion-l\lary L. Brooks, mann, Hazel Feltham, Dorothy I'i There will also be a game of, The call for contributions to ;

Pearl Forbes, Sarah E. Ferguson I. Fulton, Margaret\ A. Newman, ; baseball between two picked! this fund was made in the mess j ji

Mary A. Gale, Hettie. R. Ruth Sumner, Lida Tulane, I teams of the lady members of,i hall and the response was most :

Harwell, Carrie Holly, Ruth Howell Helen M. Wooten, G. R. Cope- the S. S.Volley. hearty and prompt. In three

Lyndal Mathews, MaudeParker land, John L. Jackson, CliftonD. ball and other games days' time a neat sum was col

: Alma Priest, Donnie Johnson, Ward Johnson, will be staged and all so plannedand I lected. I am now writing this

Proctor, Mary\ Sneedley, Geo. I. Chester B. McMullen, Geo. D. arranged as to demonstrateto i i item to say to all who are here

Holland, Ray Priest, Robt. F. Pinholster, Paul W. Stinson.To the teachers some of the pos- and who contributed to the fund 1

Rogers, Jr., Jas. M. Smedley. ( De> continued) sibilities of athletic work in the for that clock, that their gift is 1 j
l\lonroe-l\Irs. lone Ashe, !
public schools. All these events now in position in the Library :
Miriam E. Carey, Coralia Ga- I and by looking closely the inscription I f. i
will be in operation at one and
lindo, Grace I. Herrick, Sister On last Monday evening, a stating that it was 1, I
of the same time, somewhat after
farewell surprise in the form i
Mrs. Glenn E. Mc- '
Mary Lydia, "Presented by the Summer j .
the fashion of a country fair. ,
Kay, Mary A. McGill, Isabel light was School Students of 1918" maybe I
Doctor Fisher at "Sam's Place"as One will thus be afforded a variety -
Sands Emma Torano Benj. E.
: seen on a small brass plate i
of attractions from whichto
Archer, Chas. V. Curtis, Fred E. an appreciation of the enjoy- choose. When begins below the dial. To all who con- t I I II
one game
able classes and trips in the I
Demeritt, Glenn E. McKay, Jas. tributed, we are most grateful.
dull the I
study and search of Florida to grow spectator
A. Wheeler.
birds. All the "birds" of the I will have only to move to another -I (Signed) ,
Nassau-Nix. MRS. S. F. RICHMOND, Chm. i
section of the and see
campus I
Okaloosa-Arthur F. Johnson, class were present, appropriatetoasts I
something else. Clowns, both j jI
Judson B. 'Valker.Okeechobee were rendered, a responsewas will be The College Inn has just installed ;
given by Doctor Fisher, and natural and make-up, I II
each and modern sanitary soda
made provided for game : a
Minnie E. Marsh, D. A. Kinsey, closing Doctor remarks Hodge, honorary were mem-by there will be something doing all I fount. This is an excellent place 4!
R. W. Kinsey.
the time. I whereat to refresh one's self j jI
ber of the class.
Orange-Alice M. Campbell,
Besides the final good-byes to Special provision will be made I and loiter around should time ; I Ii
Mary L. Chapman, Nannie D.I ;
i for the children and it is hoped hang heavy on one's hands.
Harris, Annie G. Henderson, Doctor Fisher and family, wish. i j jI i
i that of them will be in evi
Orlin Rencher, Mamie L. Ste- es were expressed for his returnto many .
the University for anothersummer's dence. I Wanted: One instructor to i
phens, Sue Womble, Harvey
work. X. Y. Z. will be tagged.! act as guardian for Missouri.\
Connell, Frank E. Markwood.\ :. Everybody I i. j
Members of the Summer School He is obsessed with the idea that ,
Osceola-Emma E. Futch, I
I and children will 10 cents, the rain goes UP. Apply at Wilson i
Priscilla Peckham, Leta A. Weth- The latest thing in proposals pay :

erbee, Dorothy Hall, Newton H.I is to ask a girl if she made C-I while foreign adults will pay 25 II House. Wages-unreason- i

Bullard. minus. j I cents. All should avail them- 1 able. I It t I

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but we have been loath to men j For now I should have lain ALL KINDS OF FURNITU
: tion their names in this connec-!still and been quiet, I should
: Summer School Edition tion. But now that they have';, have smoked: then had I been at

I i been caught red-handed and I
Subscription 35c for the Term! rest.With
with the goods on, so to speak, Profs and exam commit-

Published Every Friday I| their names are no longer with- tees which build unanswerable ;

i I j held.While questions for us. COMPANYD. \
Entered as second-class mat-:' others, no doubt, had i There the ignorant cease from

ter, September 28, 1912, at the I: guilty knowledge of the plot, the J troubling and the bonehead is at
postoffice at Gainesville Florida I R. COX, Proprietor
: following names stand out in
under the Act of March 3, 1879. I rest.There I
I Ii bold relief: Beck, 'Vetzel"'Quigley -: the students rest to-

i STAFF I II Fattig, Buchholz, McMullenand : gether, and hear not the voice of
I 1 WM. TYLER______Editor and Manager! Woodward.The [ the professor.Who THE PHIFER STATE BANlJStrong
r '\\j I II atmosphere at the Sum-I longs for the
g E. G. ROOKS_--Advertising Manager answer
I j W. C. RIGBY and C. D. JOHNSON mer School is surcharged with' which is not, and digs for it and Conservative

/jJ Circulation Managers eventualities. Many are fearful more than for hid treasures. Gainesville -:- -:- .J"

,r : __ I II. 1 of the consequences, knowing us, Who rejoice exceedingly and

I.. ..t jas they do. Many trunks are t tI I are glad, when they can find one'I
PLOT REVEALED :j partially or wholly packed. Some unprepared. j I

I I'l have already "folded their tents Why is light given to a man !
Eyes 1lll2S&t Glasse
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Prominent Members of Faculty and quietly stolen away". If whose text book is in hock? I i Tested 33rW** Fitte
: the situation is not relieved, indications For my sighings come before'
f Involved.. Woodward and Me- '
1 ; point to a complete I go to Mess Hall, and cooling\I
Mullen Caught in Net Broken Lenses Duplicatedin
t }II; exodus of the Summer School Dopes are poured out like the I
; one hour's timeC.
1 '' i by the tenth of August. Whenye waters.
: :, What is considered the most I
editor stalks forth the For the which I
insidious plot ever conceived to upon thing greatly: H. COLES & SON
campus, he is given a wide berth. i feared is come upon me, and i
hamper publication has just
t 'i This is significant. 1 that exam which I was afraid of! Refracting and Mfg. Optici
been unearthed. Under the guise
f 1I
is unto I
I come me.
of "Water Melon Club" where, !

t it is true, many melons of doubtful -: EVEN AS YOU AND I I Do Business With

: r and questionable origin have The following graduate students -

! i been literally devoured, these I (By Tohretaw) i ii are attending classes in I The National Ban
i i
! j personal enemies, under the spell i The day of the final exam ap-: college English: : Resources Over Two Million 1!

r i 'i of the "green-eyed monster", I proacheth and we are reminded': Mrs.\ Kate J. Alonso, Melbourne \ -!

L J' jealousy, have formulated plans I'I, of the trials of Job."T ere Job.: Fla.Edward I Dollars J

r L by which they thought to subject,I a member of the Summer School' L. Beeson, Sarasota,
' : A; this publication and its able I II his lamentations might run Fla.
f management to their own selfish i'something like this: SHOES THAT WEAR
Nettie Dunphey, Bradentown,
i E s. w j ends. I Then went Satan forth and,' ,
I '1 Following out a clue given us l smote Job with stiff exams from '! Fla.

\ % by Dean Cox, who by the way,: Genung's Rhetoric even unto his I'I'I Helen McGhee, DeFuniak II CROSSETTS. and EDUCATOR!,
t Fla.
I Springs,
i has stood by the Alligator Mental Efficiency. at

1 F t'j: through thick and thin, even going -I After this Job opened his Claude S. Ogilvie, Sanford,
:, I I 1 so far as to pay his subscription mouth and cussed his luck. Fla.

t J '. our private detective succeeded -I And Job spake and said: William L. Goette, Eustis, Fla. Next to Busy Bazaar

f t in qualifying for membership -, Let the day perish wherein I Ruby L. Ricks, Arcadia; Fla.

( f' in the sjcalled "Melon i thought to become a teacher, R. W. Rosborough, Lewisburg,
f ; ,:: Club" by eating a melon without! and the night in which it was, W. Va.
f :,; cutting it. By fitting his teeth I said, There is an exam conceived
I Ruth White, Daytona, Fla.
t i"" with; protruding steel points and in the dome of the Prof. EVERYTHING IN LADIES'VEARIN'G

t abstaining from food for nine I Let that day be darkness, let
t ': J' lays! he easily performed the i not the electric plant work, xMiss\ X, playing tennis: "Have \ APPARELat
; feat and': Imade a point this game?"
I supposed impossible neither let any light shine upon!

!l 1 thus became a full member of 1 it. (Then maybe the exam will !i' Her opponent (generously) :

i J: t the "Club". The rest was easy.C be postponed.) I; "Yes, you made one; don't you

r ; It was a matter of only a short Lo, let that night be studious,1 I remember I served a double THE BUSY BAZAAR

. z time till all the facts were before let no jazz music come therein. fault?" Next to United Shoe Store

; A I us. The Summer School will be| Let them cuss it, that cuss the I J JI

astounded to learn that two such study that is ready to raise up Jim Andrews, speaking to another -

I I quiet, gentle, unassuming men their mourning. I fellow: "Have you any:

as Professors McMullen\ and Why died I not on the day 'of real estate on earth outside of I DR. C. G. MIXSON, Dentist

'.. Woodward were connected with:; Registration? Why did I not six feet?" I

: i this awful affair. Suspicion has II give up the ghost when I came The other fellow: "What d'ye II' City Office Building

;.,: long pointed in their direction, out of Language Hall? think I am, a centipede?" Phone 286

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r - - - f Miss Anderson, addressing WAITER H H j it had not given proper publicity ,

t NEWSETTES imaginary class of children: ", : 1 to his lectures. We have been I

.. - - - 4 "Children, do trees grow in a ;i I expecting to meet him face to i
Dirge of the Ham and Onion ;
straight row? .face, whereupon an apology ;

Time, eleven; Room, light; Summer School Student: "No, would be expected, but thus far :

Number, seven; Knife, bright; ma'am." :he has managed to elude us. His '
Waiter, waiter, waiter, come and
Doctor! carv'er, Let her slide; wait 'lecture for Wednesday night will : ,
on me,
'Big and Green, Red inside. !be "Some Dogs I Have Known". '
Prof. McMullen\ on test in Waiter, waiter, waiter, come and I
i No doubt a large number will be :
English Grammar: "Give the wait on me,
Then soon in loud encore, present.See ;
feminine of monk." First you bring the coffee, then; I Ii
Quoth Hensley, Goette, Hodge i I
you bring the rolls, >\
and Beck Summer School Student:
; I am so blooming hungry; that I 3 I
Roberts, Wilson and Gillett, "Monk\ -Monkey. ( A. J. VIDAL : I
could eat the sugar bowls. ; I

'Gi' me more". Waiter, waiter, come and wait lI l For Drugs, Stationery; Toilet'':' I
Extra copies of the Alligatorfor on me. I II
Articles, Souvenir Cards 1. I
Who said a girl didn't have: sale at 5 cents each while I

4 mechanical talent? The girls at i Waterman's Pens t !
: they last. One copy of each of I Waiter, waiter, waiter, come and ,
: Brenau screw their own electric i the seven numbers of the Sum- wait Ij I
on me, j II
I bulbs into the sockets. This is mer School edition for 25 cents. Waiter, waiter, waiter, come and I 1 I
woman's day."Darling J. \McCOLLUM & CO. 1
wait on me, I I II

We don't like to feed coffee -
A blue check mark by
I your
I have had something I we don't like to feed!
name on this paper means that
trembling on my lips for you rolls; i iI ', Corner East Main\ and Union ,

the past few days and, feel thatI I your subscription is unpaid and I We love to feed you doughnuts, I II I II I
is a kind invitation for you to I
ought to-. + because you can't eat the: ,
cheer us by remittance. I '
She: "Oh, don't shave it off, holes. l ;

' I just love it"-Ex. t Waiter, waiter, come and waiton LYRIC l THEATREHOME ; I

\ II Unclassified Advertisement. me. i i

Lady: "As a rule, I always I Wanted, by a C-minus girl, a BEST PICTURES i

leave the table 'hungury'." II husband. None but A-plus men Waiter, waiter, waiter, come and I; I II

Waiter: "Madam\ I am, as a need apply. (Somebody has to wait on me, EVERY NIGHTA I

when I I make the living.) Miss S. A. D. i
rule, always hungry Waiter, waiter, waiter, come and GOOD SHOW FOR YOU
leave the table. wait on me,
Have you noticed a peculiar,j Wake up in the morning after t'
Mr. Yates, announcing the smell in the air now and then?' sleeping thru the night, i

baseball game at noon in the Don't turn in a complaint, And we hear that song commencing : I

dining hall : "No admission." please. It's only Missouri's\ pipe. I before it gets to be !
I When you come to Gainesville to at-
\ Prof. Tyler, standing near by: light,
. Mo. claims it's a new one, 'bo't tend the U. of F. I
"Private game, is it?" since he came from France, but t:! Waiter, waiter, come and wait You're playing the piano of. life in 1 t
I' on me. the big base clef. I
we have our doubts about it. He

"Big" Roberts, in chapel, has to keep it locked up all the,", You're composing music that will sure I J i
bring a return: I
looking up: '"Hey, boys, don't time in order to have it available ] Doctor Bishop opened up his It's the !song of life, that will pay 1 t f

I you know you haven't any business -: when needed. He neglected tc series of lectures Tuesday eve- what you earn. I 1

i up there? That's a gal-ry." I secure it the other day, and i iit ii f I 1 ning of this week. He gave. an i Education is something that everyday ; !

hadn't been for the vigilanceof : excellent lecture, if such it maybe you will use, ;+ I

Any teacher or student desir- a member the pipe would have : called, on his rambles among So please don't abuse.take ad'a1tage-its! help ::' I E

, ing a complete, illustrated, in- got away. It was half way down lithe; spruces of the Northwest. Xuff Sed 1

structive history of the World the porch steps when found and[\j He took occasion to jump on the \

War, see Pinholster. going strong. j Alligator with both feet because I BURNETT THE I CLOTHIER 1.

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BEX Familiar Sayings I ments by the Peabody Dramatic: SHOES!

I..i Doctor Fulk: "There is no Club, under the direction of Doc-j

., Great English does not come question about that." tor Chapman, of which this is H H

f", from below the elbow. DeVane "I so the fifth, are always largely attended -
Country : am B. M. TENCH
and we are certain that
good to you and you are so mean I
'j Remember, my friend, you to me." this will prove no exception to o Gainesville,

I ;'t'' are but a hole in the ether. the rule.
.\ 'III Miss Burney: "Now, don'tyou Florida
''; The music by the! orchestra E E
bring me any messy work.
; Mr.\ Marion\ Crawford has under the able direction of Miss

p i :t called the novel "a pocket theater Miss Kittrell attractive.:: "Very" attrac- Kittrell, and the violin solo by S .H o E: s
t ". The statement points to very Prof. Beeson, will be special fea-

E I ; 4: the fact that our novel is the Campussed Girls: "Sam, tures.

i t ,Ii descendant of the Greek tragedy please bring us some chewinggum Tickets at the Bookstore and Whoever you are and wherever you'ibeen
t i and the Elizabethan play. out here to the fence. the door. ,
You're sure to enjoy a drink at tl

I : :.: A crowd of INN.A .
"Lord, let me never tag a large young men
1 new soda fountain we have ju
', : moral to a tale or tell a story and women, members of the Y. KNOWLEDGE"The
had installed,
without a meaning. Make me M.\ C. A. and Y. W. C. A., met So we specially urge you to makea

r : respect my material so much in the Gym last Monday evening. Wheel Has Come Full call.

L ,} that I dare not slight my work. After a short business session a Circle" At

l Help me to deal honestly with beautiful duet was sung by Mrs.
t I : words and with people, because Peacock and Miss\ Bethel Lane. .
When I little brat
was quite a
t they are both alive. Show me The meeting was then turned "First and Last"
I used to think the world was
! : ': that, as in a river, clearness is over to Mr. White, who conducted flat
I the best quality, and a little that a model Bible class.
But honest folks (to despair -
1 I '1 is pure is worth much that is MARY\ IRELAND, Secretary. ) my Bicycles and Supplies

i : : mixed. Teach me to see local
Persuaded the world
l i color without being blind to the Kicked Him In ATDoran's

, F l.t inner light. Give me an ideal It is reported that when Wm. square,
Until by science' aid I found
a that will stand the strain of Musselwhite was a small boy his CycleryPHONE
t I The earth should be considered
: r'i weaving into human stuff or the mother objected to him going in round-

i :, ; loom of the real. Keep me from swimming on Sunday after-I 212
I: But now I've got beyond all that;
y : caring more for books than for noons. One Sunday he came ,
I find the world extremely flat.
" folks, for art than life. Steady home with all the evidences of I -Nemo. 214 E. Main St., S.

t : me to do my full stint of work as having gone in. On being asked.. I
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t.. well as I can; and when that is why he disobeyed, he said: "It-

. : done, stop me, pay what wages was the devil made me do it."

t Thou wilt, and help me to say, "Why didn't you tell him to

from a quiet heart, a grateful get behind you?" WILSON COMPANYQUALITYSERVICE

f Amen-Henry! van Dyke. "I did, but he kicked me in."
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; The short-story students had Miss Mary\ Gale went to her

; their interesting; week last week, home in Bellview to spend the
i : y' producing stories. Some idea of week-end with her brother, who LADIES' READY MADE CLOTHESDRY

the results may be hinted at in .has just returned from France. GOODS AND NOTIONS

l i' the titles, i .

;' f :: "She Tried to and Couldn't, Mrs. Marian\ Honiker is planning -

r ; Mrs. McCollum. to sell her gold watch and FINE MILLINERY

s "Blood", Nettie Dumphey. use the proceeds as part pay-

;. "The Dog Gone", Claude S. ment on a pair of shoes. It has "Make This Store Your Store"

i 1! Ogilvie. been suggested that she sell her
i i t; "Who Did It?", Nannie Har- glasses to finish paying for the '
I 1 ris. shoes.

i "Ghost-Lights", F. R. Weedon.Mr. .
; : White, to fair damsel at :\
t Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishings.We .
: table: "Have some honey? j
Will Appreciate Your BusinessIT
Fair Damsel, primly i I : The plays to be given tonight, I

I "Thanks; no, sugar." August the 1st, at nine p. m.

in the gymnasium, are among I II
"Messhair: Johnson has been WILL PAY YOUto
the funniest ever presented, and i ii
suffering from big bruise i I I call in and see our stock of Summer Shoes, Skirts and Waists!
i a on will afford an evening of rare

: his forehead. He says the other pleasure, and the admission is

I: fellow is still in the hospital., only 25 cents. These entertain-I CUT PRICE STORE t

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U SUMMER SCHOOL EDITION VOL. '-ill GAINESVILLE, F LORIDA, F RILIA \, AUGUST 1, 1919 No. U 'Summer School Enrollment by Counties .ladiso (Continued) n-Mrs. Cli tie, Alice Simms, ChI Ethel Simnms, dame; thurM1anatee-Ruby E. 3labei 0. Cul~jrry, A me Nettie 2!. Dunphey, RCsels, Lizzie B. M~d wardi L. Ileeson, Harv Fred I). Revels, T. brough. MIarion-M1ary L. Pearl Forbes, Sarah son, Mlary A. Gale, Haru\elI, well, 1y Parker, Proctor, Holland, Rogers, 31 ln 3! iriam Undo, G; Carri ndal Alma e 3 Mlary Ray Jr., JTas e -M4r s E. Cat race 1. ifo rd Lit oe Simms,. N. 3IcArB rown i ng, lia Curry, Bethel H-. )uffee, Edey 3IcVey, XV. YVarBrooks, E. FerguHettie R. Holly, Ruth Holathews, Mlaude Priest. lDhnnie Sneedley, Ueo. I. Priest, Robt. F. .31. Smedley. .lone Ashe, rev, Coralia GaHlerrick, Sister 3lary Lydia, 3Irs. Glenn Kay. Mlary A. Mdeii, Sands, Emma Torano. I Archer, Chas. V. Curtis, Demeritt, Glenn E. 3lcK A. Wheeler. Nassau--Nix. Okaloosa-Arthur F. J Judson 8. Walker. Okeechobee -ucy 3! innie E. 3larsh. 1). At. IR. XW. Kinsev. Orange--Alice 21. C 3' H 0 p1 (. V la a r. fl ( E. Is enli Fre ay, Ech1th E. Carter Flora A. Ingals, galls, Jessie Lark Terese, Mlat tie L. ter A. Nexxma Storms, Hazel L. R 0berCt5. Pinellas-Julia T1. Bailey, Ailcen garet HI. Cr." e, ma I 1 Ru He. Ian D. ('h nit, Hazel Fel Fulton, MIargar th Sumner, len M. Wootet d, John L. .J Johnson,. ester B. Ml~ I, W 21 anma Syiva A ,sister uLiay, 21Lai&' Right. I Ahiey,. I eI I he. Irmita D7 tham, et A.: Lida :1. G;. -tc k s ( n ar p( Iilleu. I) al ii New Tu. .C Joh Ge Pinpholster, Pal \V. Stins To tie continued) On last Mlond Ale-farewell surprise abel light refreshment .E. Doctor Fisher at d E:. as an appreciate) Jas. able classes and ohnson. Kin Kin sey, sey, mpi;bell,. .rv L. Chapman, Nairtie p. ii> Annie G. H-endvrsm I lin Rencher, 31 amie L. St, enls. Sue Womble, Harvey U. 'mull, Prank E .MIarkxxoOd. ksvt la-Emma E. Futch. sc il a I '&ckham. Let A. Wet h.Dorothy Hall, Newton H. lard. and ^All ere p :ere r en bx8\ e\ cim in the fo s was tell 'Sam's P n i ti sea rch the "Li resent,. ende Ire I )otor remarks w\ Hodge. ho he clast es the final Fisher and expressed I Umnverisity s work. The latest thing is to ask a girl it el lit ftthc *ils ii ot El rds' apprjo l a res F'ishei re ma4 ra r V .r hi I'r s r eiger, }rier, Lola ATHLTIC TOURAMET Palm Beach-Via L. GA Hildreth J. Gray, Lucie ( Elizabeth A. Harper, Hershberger, Mlollie 3!. 3! M~rs. S. F. Richmond, Ada Shuflin, M1rs. J. S. Sundy, E. Garnet, Paul \V. Potter. Pasco-Isabel Adams, .Adkizis, IDorothy R. Bi another x. y. z. iiiP 'ppsals '-he mnade Cmmnus. dIe IC Ei 21 em and cent' children e foreign SAll will be 1 the Summer will pay 10 adults will should avail agged. tents,. pay 2~> themselves of this opp> rt umny serve a real tourlian ducted by an expert ot school work. went as in this Last sum mer wvhie I t) obconline here attending the Stimmur School. I conceived the idea ol jiprit ing a clock to the Library as a tangile appreciat ion tr(,mI the Summler t)LhouI St UtIelm> When I approached 1ir. H adle>, who was then Iilrarian, in regardl to. is acceptalite ot >uth a gift, I found him thoroly in wm ipathv nd willitig to ttCcl't suith an (VideCie from thu 'tudIent bId> The call for contributions to this fundl was made in t he mess hail and the response was most hearty and prompt. In three (lays' time a neat slim waS tolIectedl. I am now writing this itemf to say to all who are here and who contributed to the fund ber that clock, that their gift is flow in po -itionl in the L ibrary sind by looking closely the ini-riptionl eating that it "Presented bv the Summer Sehi ol Stu dents of 1918' may be seen on a small bra"s plate below the dial. To all wvho contributed, we are most grateful. MRnS. S. F. RunH MuO. ( hm. unro, An armistice has been agreed ihE. upon, which is to go into effect Roy next Thursday at noon, federal time. Class operations are to Flora he suspended and all firing will riggs. cease. An athletic tournament Hill, wiN be put on or pulled ott, as .n the case may be, under the dlirn3Iaiy tioni of MIr. White, Physical Diis-rct{r and Y. 31. C. A. Secretary I31. of the University. MIany inter>lank eati .g ex ents are schedt eed fur the a fternoon. There will be a 3 1'ry bitsebal I game between tw \V Mlarpicked teams from the Summer flnenSchool A tents and faculty. rothy There w ill also be a game of man, baseball bet weep two pickedl ziane, teams of the lady members of Copethe S. S. lifton Voley ball and other games .fsofl' xill be stagedi and all so planned 0. 1). and ariran geci as to demonlst rate onto the teacher; some (of the possibilities (It athletic work in the public schools. All these events ng. a will be in operation at one anti rm of the same time, somewhat after dIere(I the fashion of a country fair. 'lace" One wvill thus be afforded a Va~njoywriety of attractions from wh -ith the to choose. WVhen one game be[orida gills to grow dutt I, the -pectator f the wvil I have OflyV to move to anot h,rat er section of the campus and see rmnse something else. C lowns, hot h r. and natural and make-.up, will be Ilv b -'O it lied for each game and memnt hera' will be something doing all the time.yes to Spwcial provision will b~e made wish Ser t he children and it 1a h(Iflt vt urn that :many of them u iii be in cx l:e I i ha,tist ind erpn sam t a ry so(Ia ian excel lent jilace ret resh one>a selt r{,indc 'ouli time~t \\anted: fine t-t-r n' act as giizr~i~n C ,,ioun ie 'e5' xx ith tine Ii a tha' the rain g'rn l i A ppl at \\3 I -in Hiu-t-. \\ages--unrea~anable. aC The ('4lleg stalled a mto fount. This wvhtreat tU anl( loiter it hang heaxy THE LIBRARY &'LOCK I SttIdy birds.class w toasts w was giv c o sing Doctor ber 01 t Besid 1)octor es were to the i n


THE FLORIDA ALLGATOR Ku we have been lah tintheir names inth Summer School Edition hiun. But now that Subcritio, 3c fr te Trmbeen caught red-han Subscription, 35__________or__the__Term_ xwithi the goods on, so fl I I *their namas are no Ion Pub)IlOit Ecrx rFridav E nt ered as setondi-ciays matter, September 28, 1912, at the postde at Gainesville, Florida. ui nder the Act ol Al arch 2, 1 S79. T \LER Riu C.Ru 1 V ST-\ -Illtoran AoL rtn and ( .I J 110n Mlanagi PLOT IS REVYEA Prominent Mlembers Of In' olved. W~codward M1ullen ('aught in hampera pilb at ion unI art hedi trhu-. mlahix nd1( (jUtIt i) dr 1 lnager \\ bile others,. :4Luty kiunm Iedg taloingnam hI 1(M.I et e F attig. flue ndWoo'lward. it tist \ns a lrloN Ita &a A' shir i li 1 b mi. nI 'if K h:,Irct I to mens co hey d ed tO s ger nneeCChave and peak, withno d ubt, had e of the plot, the > >tanl (,ut in i. \\etzel, Qu ighh Ixz.1 Al Hiullen Shogerlhb atmi'.pherx at the StumI4INSUN P1( :>efatV h ii uc hanged with er untulitirs. Alany are tearful -_______ the tu !I'Qqh knom n XXIIJ I LED ~ -tihtt do. AIanvt trink> arc h4< aliuudx "tolded their tents Facull h ) ~ t N t~' I tue >1; ,t *i is uot It, Ic c. mand iuIat>! jitmt to a (Implete Net -t "'h It Auvusq. \Vhe the mlit a< Il''taIkW toithi *tjo the hats 11' WIlt n still anti been quiet. I shoud i have smoked: then had I Ucen at rest. Wit h Pr fs anti exam cow t_ tees which build unansxxerale qilestloEN for us. There the ignii)rant cease Iir troubling and the bonehead is at lest. There the studentt -reqt to gether. awl hvar not the Voit u' \\he omgs tr the aiuo i wxhichi is not, and jig'Iir it m1UIP tha 'if )1 hit treasury es. Who he OILce t'xtti iighy api are glad, xuhen the': call tind t in UnI)YJMLQ I Wh' Ns I gil tj A I 'rI, -i t4 It. FI ,, 1se eI flAt t light t I gixen t bo'k is ini hiii ( surhm (r fite 'e v'H all. altt I if Mntt itt :Itx s Iiiiw 1:2 t hN I gntat p~m ni. i \'a -a trli G;AINEs III I' FLCtNI~L LI '1 '1'H-E PHIFEI ztn 8' I ''J I t V'I) I The FiorIdd ~at;ondI BdnL -'' it H 1 the -grecn-t hU u Iln t\e t WhijII thstIII tanhi men at Ii t li(Ii. has st{,,t I.i through thick an timour (i ceeded ill Ibershir) in Club'' I)y cutting it. xx ith yrotr abstaining thus here t MLn:1 t That-I 'tl ~i \ 'i i Ii' I.n A L ais to I the s at ing *trim it V -a T t t t ii tI 'Iij A t N %. their rm IL ough It I t ho b: I hei dI tIn :iy hi' ei nt .-In i A K 411 bS~iII r I K ~lIti lit .-' j it f, Ti II it it At' I,, I -,ill, 'H at V I; It-~ IIi Iii I SHOES THAT WEAR N'' Al 'I H ~ \jl: IIF A, juj t it im Vh Ii I it IthI \1P K~ 1L\ b1 Ia -i i ih -.i t. 'lil 'reath I N C'V Im I h i.r N' ii IL t\.I X IhKt lii -'~jIu IRAI I it I, N. "Vt II,, ~t1iit itt> k{PrtrIg EUt. An F I et H.1 4 I jut I '-I LrtX 'J \I~'i ti,[\ PU. ( (I t I, II \iI U\>O I I. N For now I should ha'.e lain ALL KINDS OF F[LN VICTR OL~A> [ANT) R E.G6 Wi. it Ns Iuii I:. a .*H dvl tnt '2L11 ioi ilah 'i'h' i-A EN A'4 'jot V I Ill r I '~flN ( II. & Li I it L ii ing so tar ying 'i mn O-talltd "AIlen I hitting his testb steel poInts ant shlI teat ;tlli *u I untI p \! \ I; Ti> N I:"ng au x iiin TH lE II >> At .x l I) i -~ t I ST Thi 1y I n S h a t E e h l 3 h as ofair, ee m


The University of Florida GAINESVILLE A STATE UNIVERSITY OF THE HIGHEST EDUCATIONAL STANI)ARIn-. HANNIN<, iiE LARGEST AND BEST UNIVERSITIES OF THE NORTH AND EAST. L NDEU OFFICERS OF THE U'. S. ARMIY. \WITHI 311 LiTARXY T LADI NN STUDENTS OFFERED OPPORTUNITY OF J( 1N1N IL ESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS. FOR INFORMATION WRITE TIHE REGISTRAr And(I erIsoil ZNhInI m I' ~A\\Ii1 t~ NEWSETTES I imagi nary c Ias> ol (-hlytrln: .t> gI t s t "'hildren, do straight row? trieits gro pV t N I ~&i. I Dirge ~f the Ham and Onion I niC< b t~& I til xen t~ u tnibe, 1%Seven; I )o et r turk'er. *fhezi son in o Quoth Room. light: Knife, bright; Let her slide; Red inside. .( (nI1r&,PC Hodge andI Beck: Roberts. WIlson and Gillctt, Kummer Mchlvii stu'dent : ima an. \\1 lat r. "No. \\Alt & V alt 1 i n), l ProI1 t. ( Ilipul n S LmmI r T \\r. ixnc the I., X -er K I I I 8 9 ,tI \ ii !itaIt ,a li Xwattr, u' at 411 mei, Ni ri III! thle 7' r j 1 'II s t 2' n nh I !**vimy the rii-. >Chll( "'311 k l k t~li Pla i-i ',Jj g 1' See \. .L. \ IID \. "G( i' mf mtrIN. \\ e aM ha' !m(' lhnicul t alett I .ena tti wcir&x their Iil,>it',1! t.>O t. 'I T>e girl Ut ONunI etr o i I' Ile :it t h I!n I e com ', \u ChI\-gao \A',e N( 't N, Ii> o ); This I I 1141 \'L 8 lIt I 'I' A -l .1 -lijI t Al 'II. I'' I h I)J~1 I (1S I S thing I 1mtfll LIiig* t he a-i fewx tIayX I 'U,n U \ land t il Ithat Ii hi, itnt Thave It II. it,. I I I ~ a Run (I.( V A. .1 li\ I1~' ii aI> r I;'. Inclashedt( .\(I% i tjtment LYRIC THEATRE I .ul' : "Ajinx e the table fltd ( hu 'bit I itt g Iry x \II lit i N, IAt .\N N dIttY. Waiter "AIamP. ht' tgi'x lml. a> .~'. Sit '~ whel(Ii I talh*th. liih -.\v.\. I~ Ii' F\ E:R:> 'It. '' :t it V. ~'alI yE A tBij) N I I '-}j(i\\ 1 8: YoU .I mit' tannidiR ng It\-u 4 IIa ~itl i'i 1 b ;N aI t I aft -it"g Il; ill II Ih, Ihe iI1t 1 Io n in t thu ing h' Pro~N T lI. 'YrIN Mt gamn Willis-il U t' ir hv -t e-6 I~I 'lit P 4 fl t u ''-at I hat Li II It Al c!:tf chi I.ra 'Li V" w~\e i-u0x "Khgr NM hi"Cl x kiu iip lhiri" ., '.L lihtr I ttjiep I '' I> h 'Vi FQhg aINi e TI'hat> U a-\ .r st htl d. ingot a A.x I: Io l thi fl n .h Ii ginS tr. i\Ii-s T-,im, lI Inslex, (vt tc, in. ru. always ILN it I he tabl&. Mr. I U' Roets. ou hafl\ C F Itm lid> -n i hd t II I IN Ir B i-i l i -fe t lhlt -.'x C / lk H 'Kv-k I!Iibe .4 -I 'u4' 0 il r'I1. S< k :l'h, Nr tI, I-'. I,, L 1 I alu ni on sur out i'. H. 1 aber ht .see Po i .or. u h beh :i' E a girl dub11 Who cabi I l'Le !! (irdel t la\ t


Iji tor quest iunl Country i good Fulk : andi Is ablotut that.'' 1)eVane: y-otI "I am so are so mean merits Club, tinder the tor Chapman, the fifth, are a and Ii rec tIiln Dramatic ol Iticis a tIL\S we are certain no excen'ion prove to mW. you bring tive, "Now, me any messy ss Kittrell: "Very very attractive." GirnA: workk.' att rat"Sam, by S H that to 0 H 0 E of M1iss andl the Prof. Beeson, be special teaS H 0 hires. at the Bookstore the door. \Vhoe' >1 a e afli \ ou re ~u a tale are both alive. as in is worth ii Teach me tell -tag a a story Mlake me a meaning. my my Sbhow me is A large crowd oft young men and women, members of the Y. M1. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. met G( \'i work. Afttr last 3ilondax' a short business beautiful Peacock a Tlu meut over to Mi edi a mtCl dhet ng Se &retarv. INN A had ~ So evening. session a was sung by IM rs. l~iss Bethel Lane. was then turned r. White, Sib Lu (lass. MlAR'. IRTLAN), to see Give that will stand the strain oft It is repV1)O 3u sselwh ite that when Wmn. was a small boy stuff or the mother ob ected to h imn sw~ inning loonIS. C on Sunday nie Sunday gone he gomng his \\hen I I LL-CI was quite a cal a little brat. tO ur21 s(u fiat. FB t ho'iet spair) t 01k s (to de square, Cntil by mn aftercan te evidences ot On being asked 5cienlce' ai(I I iOdf(But n1w I'V e got I be considlere(I bev4 nd al that ; xx rhi ext remelyv flat. well as i (lone, stop me, pay 's why wages he disobeyed, he (levi! made he said: "'It me do it."' me to say, "Why you tell lim Amen !" -Henry van a grateful Dyke. a get behind you ?"' "I did. but he kicked me in." The short-story students had 211ss Mlarx their interesting week last week, producing stories. the results may Some idea of week-end ret urne(I from France. Mlrs. 2lar ian cis as part payof shoes. It has Na nnie Har glasses Sh K> paying Great English dtei C the elbow. nut come Sa' ings lr(Jm below Remember are but a hc novel -S my friend, in the ethg" Crawford "a pocket to you \Ii s Burnev : the tact that largely our E novel is the descendant of the Greek tragedy and the Elizabethan play. C I('amrfpussed please bring gum out here the o r hest ra us some chewing to the fence." C E \vords they that, C a and with people, because a river, clearness is pure mlixVl. wvh (I (lnut At wveavi ug into hui loom of the real. caring more for Fir~t and Last Keep mc from books than for n life. Steady ;tint of work as Thou wxilt, -\1 -Nemo. 212 tO Main St., S Ig Gone" Ogilvie. "\Vho Pidt It ", ris. "Ghost-Lights", watch anti Store Store" my

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