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r:' U X. I UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, 'FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1922 1iJU-!- : NO. 20

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fr.-MASQUERADERS F ARR LITTS HELD FLORIDA BAND---- BASEBALL SQUAD 1 BASKETBALL TEAM-



BACK FROM SUCCESSFUL VERY SUCCESSFUL MADE TRIP TO I SHOWING UP WELLUnder I UNABLE TO ENTER

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i TRIP ANNUAL BANQUETProminent TALLAHASSEERendered the direction of Coach Rich- S. I. A. A. TOURNEY i I

t bourg, the baseball squad is rapidly

' "Spanish' Nights" Scored a Hit getting into first-class condition. The
[ {,, Campus Literar" So- Fine Program at College ]- Injuries to Morse chief reason
<
the Many Towns Included pitchers are showing all kinds of I
in ciety Entertained While
t7 at Auditorium and Also atGovernor's why 'Gators Did Not Enter Raceat
in Nine-Day Road Trip.After | House form, and with Captain Ward receiv- j
on Friday Evening, Mansion Atlanta Next Year'sTeam I
ing, the battery will be well taken I
1 i February 24-Lee Ball Was I Expected to Cop the
, successful thru the care of.Beasley.
: a trpi j Toastmaster. ;, Flag.
Monday, Feb. 27, was a pleasantand
and Scott are setting the
Masqueraders i
the returned
I
State
: I crowded day for the members of
; Wednesday morning, tired, but satis-I The White House was the scene of : the board of Tallahassee, during! pace at first and Bange looks like a +i Florida missed her chance in showing -
big leaguer at second. Roach and
:: fled that they had put on a .f the annual banquet given by Farr which they rendere dan excellent pro Blake both "F" 1 j up at the S. T. A. A., which was
men, are playingreal
:;
**. joyed by every audience, and a great i f Literary Society on Friday evening, gram in the auditorium of the ad-i ball at short and Bracken, alsoan I held in Atlanta during the past week.

credit to the University. Forty-five Feb. 24. About forty-eight members ministration building atd afterward I' i!As Mercer was one of the runners
; "F" man, of last year's squad, is
made the trip, having a special car of Farr Litt. and their guests at- ;> at the Governor's Mansion They going like a whirlwind.In i up and Florida played Mercer to a

i ;.1and. baggage car, and carrying all tended, and enjoyed a most delightful ;j returned to Gainesville late Monday I the outfield there is an abund- 27.26 game after being on the road

;(their own scenery. The student body ; evening. Lee Ball, president of evening. i for three days, this goes to prove
;i (I I ance of material. Carleton, Duncan,
I ;jean: be assured that the University :: the Society, presided as toastmaster. The auditorium was filled to the Work Hitchcock and Spencer are all that Florida has one of the best

! was appropriately represented in The tables the limit 1 ; teams in the south.
; on dining room were even in the halls where many ,
|p
i 'I working nicely. Other men who are
I every city visited. |,I arranged in the form of a letter "Q," j of the girls took advantage of the 1 showing up well are, Sale at short There are several reasons why

'i. The first performance of "The symbolizing both Florida and Farr musi cto indulge in a bit of dancing. i iI I Duckworth at first, Lester at second Florida did not attend the tournament -

I The lasted from 11 A. M.to The chief is that
. Spanish Nights" out of Gainesville Lit.Dr. I program and Harrison, Catts, and Owens out- one our
3 : -1 P. M. after which the members star forward, l\Iossr who was the main
was given at Ocala, Friday. 17th, to James M. Farr, for whom the I fielders.
,' named the first 'lunched in the dining hall at F. S'I! scorer of the 'Gator team, would
an audience not as large as expected, society was was ;i j Several practice games between
W. Several members called have been unable to make the
tripon
C. !
due to lack advertisement.. The speaker of the evening and addressedhis i i were picked teams have been played in
for speeches by the girls during account of an injured knee. Also ;
next, given at the Tampa Bay Casino audience on the history, trials, .upon I which the men demonstrated that
;. '':.the lunch hour, some responding read- most of the basket ball men were
Saturday night in Tampa was and tribulations of the Literary so- good hitters were not lacking and
ily, and others being, too bashful to anxious to start early baseball practice -
to a rather small audience also., cieties on the campus. Dr. Farr has with such an al-round team Florida ,
I
(Continued on Page 4)) Lack of funds in the: basketball -
the life histories of such societies
Monday morning the caste ralliedto should have the best season of her
I athletic association another
I: was
the occasion, and did their own ad- worked out to a science. history this year.

'vertising. That night at the Centro ;, Dr. Murphree, following Dr. Farr, j! TRACK MEN WERE j I s sf The schedule has not been published I I:I hard reason for, as the,it team would to have have made made the it

Asturiano Club Theatre they playedto advised the members of the Society f yet, but Mercer is the first victim. trip I with convenience. .

a large house. The boys were en- never to become weary of their priv- They play here on March 23 and 24.
I! TIMED SATURDAY!4 But the 'Gators of next basketball
tertained and treated wonderfully by ileges and duties to their societies. It is possible that games with Brook- I
I season should be the best In the history i
the Tampa people. !' Dr. Enwall of Teachers' College I I lyn or Philadelphia will be arranged'
--- I of Florida, and the University
., .At Lakeland a fair house witnessed emphasized the importance of debateto I : before that date, but Mercer is the { 1 1I
The track team and the track will look for them to make a big
:Spanish Nights." The people there the college man because of its men- first college team. I
'improving: daily. Last Saturday sev-I showing in Atlanta next year. Tha :
were also good to the caste, showingthem tal discipline. Debate develops the I
will be back the i iI
i eral runners were timed by the following men on ,
+ NOTICE GATORS! .
+
wonderful time. At Orlando. literary man. ;
a
'Gator Capt. Byrd, Moss,
squad
|coaches and the result was extremely I :
altho Lou Tellegen was billed in town Dr. Crow, Dr. Roemer and Prof. ,i gratifying, because! the speed they j'j + + ,Newton, Ducan, Miller, Gray, Potter,
the same fair Beck were on the program, but were + Today is tag-day for the camp +
night they played to a
made o'nthe heavy loose track was''! ,Thompson, Hoit, Brunley and Green.
audience. In Palatka the audienceas unable to be present at the banquet. + of our sister institution! Every 1
fair for oin the best ;
even a course j I i
'\ a disappointment, due largely to Faculty members present included Dr. + man show his true regard +
;condition. In the tentative tryouts
lack of advertising. I.Simpson, Dr. Bristol. Dr. Leigh, Dr. : captain Sallee copped the 100 yard : + for F. S. W. C., by contributing + U. OFF.. MARKSMEN

St. Leake, and Prof. Black. These men + as freely as possible to the fund. *
Augustine received the masqueraders :
I dash with a time of 10 and 3-5:
in a wonderful c manner. 1;' responded to calls from the toast- i seconds. Van Sickle tore off the 220 !' + A tag-seller will see you, so + TRIM N. GA. AGGIES
addresses. + don't fail to be ready. +
for
The fellows master extemporaneous
were given the-best pos- yard dash in 24 seconds. Hare made : I
sible : Van Fleet gave a brief insight + Let's back them, as they supported +
backing, and entertained like ,. Major the excellent time of 56 seconds flat
Trinces. The ladies of the city were into the prospects for next year's for the quarter and Cox pulled the I I + the "Masqueraders." We + : In last week's match with the i

in charge, and here the best '.audi football team. George Stanley spoke i[ half mile in 2 minutes and 111 I I + must not l let them be disappointed -* + : North Georgia Agricultural College, a I
Writers. George '< + in +
us
ence
standing room was all sold. The (impressed i the fact that after all"Father" | both the varsity football team and I I Florida Rifle team out-shot their opponents f!

sum of |200, cleared from the adver- I writes with the best of I l the soccer team came in first in the i ij Fellows turn out and back I by a score of 888 to 710. The !

tisements on the programs. was pre- ,. them. j mile run, with a time of 5 minutes the high school boys! Show J individual scores follow: i

tented to Major J. F. Conoley for the, Earl Jones entertained with his land 17 seconds. ? 'I that old 'Gator hospitality! I I H. M. Salley, 94. I
i
Masqueraders. After the performance -1 i I faculty alphabet. The above rates can not be com- I V. M. Bradshaw, 91. ,

Friday night, the caste was in- ; B stands for Bristol,< our Sociology !!plained of when one considers that i iI Shakespeare wrote some i L. T. Pendarvis.. !
.
'Yit d to a masquerade ball given by j: shark, ,! the track is practically new and :I' pretty good plays, but "Spanish R. C. Trimble, 90. i I II

Mrs. Lawrence Lewis, owner of the f C for Crow, who mkaes us toe the I j therefore very soft in most places Nights well- I i T. L. Vansickel, 90. I II

Florida East Coast Railroad.A I mark. i Captain Ryder says that in about I C. R. Hiatt (Capt.) 89. !

good audience witnessed the showat I! F for Farr, who made Bull Durham ;! two weeks the U. of F. track will + NEWS BRIEFS + W. M. Harrison, 87. I
I j + State high srhool bask..tballI +
Jacksonville Saturday night, the renowned.M i Abe ore of the best in the south. \ W. S. Middleton, 86. :

People loyal as usually they are to everything for Murphree, the Faculty's teal'i', A jumping pit has been dug, so I 1 + classic- being held here. + I O. R. Davis, 86.
I + Rifle team wins out in semi- +
sent there by the University. hound. I. Ji&! the coming week will see men i E. 31. Schabinger, 85.
At Tallahassee the Masqueraders L for Leake- who loves J. Bryan.V training! for the high and broad f + finals. + I Total, 888.
\ 1 + Masqueraders return from long +
'ere met by the band and were given for Van Fleet, our military lion.S jump event. When the standards I I This week the most important

a wonderful reception. The F. S. V". for Simpson, who is not a simp. E come, which will be any day, the {I + road trip.Baseball + match wil be shot. Either Georgia'Tech

c. girls packed the house Monday I L for Leigh, whose courses are no pole vaulters will get an opportunityto I, + squad rapidly getting + I or North' Carolina State will be'
4 into
bight, enthusiastically backing the ri II show their skill. shape. + i the opponent of the iFJ.orida. team. It

boys from their brother college. The l' B for Black, so tall and lank.R I Captain Sallee says that the "avi-- I 5" Farr Lits hold big annual ban- + is this match which decides the cham-

lIege authorities the Univer- is for Roemer, the education crank.E 'I''| lin shot and discus are to be on the 4quet.. + I pionship of this section.

Slty boys certain privileges gave seldom is for Enwald, who loves to play '! field on Saturday* the fourth. o[t+.., Florida debates L. S. U. March + i
+ 10.
4-
Marfh if possible. At S:30 on
tranted and time was with chalk.B | INTERCLASS TENNIS TOURNAMENT -
Ipent A an enjoyable to the for Beck, whose Bull wins in a same day the coaches will time the Ii i + Professors Beck and Reed attended + t I OPENS MONDAY.

fellow., reception was given walk. 'I runners again, though the time made + S. I. C Conference.Inr"county + I The knights of the mystic racquet
by the
-
Senior Class.
At Quincy. the final Following is the menu: I tat this early date does not tell much 11+ games being play- + will be interested to know that interclass -
Tuesday night Olives I when 4 ej on percentage basis. -+ I
will
normance good Hearts of Celery. Queen about what the result be tennis is upon them. The

house. was given to a with Cream of Chicken Soup, a la Robert, the show down comes. 4 + Track r-en run against time in + t I tournament will start on Monday.

the University Afterwards a big dance furnishing, Roast Young chicken, Sage dressing, I A meet with Auburn is pending on + practice workouts. + 1 All entries must be made by Satur- !'

the > Orchestra Cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, or about the 1st of April. + Ag. freshen win debate from + ,, day nigh% or would-be champions li

music( was enjoyed. Early Wedesday rice, asparagus tips. fresh buttered I I New shoe sand jerseys have been + Arts and Science team. + will have the pleasure of being spec
road
*"P of the morning the successful ended when,I beets, candied yams, Waldorf salad, I purchased for those, who make the + U. of F. cage team unable tot*+ (.tators. See Dr. Manchester before-

they reached Masqueraders home. 1 (Continued on Page *) I varsity team. + enterS.. I. A. A. tourney. 4 .it's too late.




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4 the floor f" Towles, c; Williams and Ricbey. g. \ unable! to put the baI "
: I. by the score of 1S-4, in the first gameof the "Polkers" trotted out on ; 31
I INTER-COUNTY the Orange series in the Inter- and administered the "Leonites" a I Substitutions: (Leon): Williamsfor I count.stars for Brumby and S ;:

County basketball tournament.: Lang- severe drubbing to the tune of 22-5,in I Ia Hansen, Hansen for Williams. Alachua. 1

CAGE CONTESTS ford and Brumley starred for Alachua hard and fast game. Leon was Lake defeated Miami in a strenu- The line-up:

.y I r while Eddy and Phillips did great 'clearly outclassed because of the excessive ous game by the score of 21-2 in the I Alachua ((23))-Bna. T 14!! I

work for Hillsboro. The score at the avoirdupois of the Polk coun- last game of the evening. Just how I Mathews, f; Jones e. c t

; BEING.STAGED I end of the 1st half was 6-2 in favorof ty boys but nevertheless they put upa hard the battle was is shown by the i''Scotten, g.Leon .

; II p Alachua, who came back strong in manly scrap. Norton was the in- fact that no points were made by f; (O-\\"erhert) as*

; Spirited Competition is Being the second half and succeeded in run- dividual point winner for Polk, while either team until 9 minutes had been I.Williams, c; AshmereSubstitutions ad Gait t
: ning up a good lead over their op- i Gadbolt tallied the most pointsfor J!ticked off ,by the stop watch and j i
of Various
if t Shown by Teams called ,_ : (Leota) _
h County Quintets-Games are ponents. The line-up is as follows: !Leon.? Frequent fouls were on Entz caged a goal for Lake. The for Ashmore.On .

: t f i; Played in Two Series, Orange Alachua ((18)-Langord and Brum |both sides and neither possessed much II score at the end of the 1st half was I
1 Tuesday
sand Blue ..A-Ai.Ja ley f; James. c; Scotton and Matthews accuracy in shooting.The 1 3-2 in favor of Lake. In the second I the victor in the evening alb.
!i F: guards. line-up is as follows f half Lake came back strong and was game..1f.at
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0.j (Orange Series)' Hillsboro (4)-Eddy and Phillips, Polk (22))-Kenney and Hair f; .successful in running up a good lead !+.the score of 262. Akd.a

Alachua defeated Hillsboro in a f; McDonald, c; Owens and Bie g. Norton, c; Wuthrich and Dickey g. over Miami. The lineup is as follows: I pretty team work tluu.at Ie -

: I!) i fast game Thursday. February 23rd;I Immediately following this game Leon (5)-Godbolt and Wisebrad, Lake (21)-Entz) and Fans, f; !The feature of the game _
: pretty shooting of Seottea fiTkua
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Hewitt and Roach i
,ii. --- Alexander, cj; g. i :

!r Iii i',r > t r # Miami ((2))= Sherman and Bratley,]j The line-up is as f &evi:
I f; Koch. c; Burr and Weaver, g. Alachua
t J''f ; 1lh t (26))-Bnssfc yews aj i
t
t 'Substitutions: (Miami). Williamson f; James. e; SottaS. _
i : r for Bratley, Bratley for Wil I .
I If' t ___ -. .-. _ -. _ _ __ - t liamson. Miami ._
I" .((2)-Burr) and tt-
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I The Lake county quintet emerged Coe, c; Bratley and i
; i victorious the Leon county bas- I Subs. Alachua t
over : )-}; [ !m
: keteers Saturday afternoon in a fast Smith. Miami )--Coe for Se*
: Spring Suggestionsfor 2 il and rough game, by the score of 37-8.1 Following this Polk e

The game was featured by the pretty torious over Lake by the dele.
team work of the Lake boys and I"of 15-14. Norton ages the**
roughness on the part of both teamsat basket in the last 30 sew d.

:. the College Man's Dress !! The certain line-up stages follows of the: game. -- i!Both spirit.teams showed great Sgkt

Ii.1 i I I Lake ((3t)-Fahs and Hewitt, f; I IEnt The line-up:

- - ------ ---------- %. c; Rooch and Alexander, g. Polk ((15)-Norton aad Eca*
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1 - - -- -- Leon Godbolt Weisbroad Jones
i r'4If ((8))- and c; Wuthrich-iad 1 Ha;{
t i f; Towles? c; Ashmore and Richie, g. !I Lake ((14)-Fahs tad Herr
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f J. I Substitutions:. (Leon)-Hansen for Entz c; Roach and Akus&,|

:Jverywhere you may turn in this store these days you will find new arrivIs I I I Ashmore; Ashmore for Richie. t Subs.: (Polk)-DiAqr f* !
Ii Following this game the Hillsboro ton; Norton for Dkkey.lick a

in Spring Clothes and Furnishings, especially styled, and produced for t lads trounced the "Miamians" in a I f Leon were scheduled to pb,
I 1 ][ fast game by the sore of 27-4. In I Leon forfeited to Hilllerey.

'just you young men. I 1 I the second half Hillsboro came back -pearing.

.. :- .. It I strong and held Miami to.4 points. I ORANGE SERIES UEBCEXTJ(

i i .',"J-.' t I Paul and Eddy for Hillsboro were the I Alachua 1,000.
individual point getters. while Weaver 2-Lake 1,000.3Hillsboro .
STYLES THAT WILL PROVE MOST POPULAR x :r I$1 I I and Coe starred for Miami. ,0.

;-: I The line-up is as follows: 4-Polk 6665Miami .

Hillsboro (27)-Phillips and Eddy, 000.
I because their certain appeel to e'HUXIVERSITY man are shown in I.t I.. I' 6-Leon
f; Paul, c; Webb and McDonald g. 000.Blee
t Miami (4)-Burr) and Weaver f; i Series)
ample array to satisfy each taste.i:= i dIt'I
I t i The second series of
Coe, c; Bratley and Williamson, g. I I

: : :? : ..1.1Il. for Substitutions Webb; Bee:for(Hillsboro McDonald)-; White Webb E I II ;i played county in basket the ball Gym tsanasat Fri&J *..

T I for Bee McDonald for Webb.In i The first game; between Je.

: ; Flannel 1 \_{--- Bates StreetManhattan I II the last game of the afternoon. !!and Union counties vu fast"
I i teresting and was an i
I and Alacb.ua. defeated Polk in a close 1 ielI
I f -:-n- ts b I game by the score of 16-11. Alachua I fair until the final whistle
I k
I leading
: Eagle with Unio
I had pretty team work, and the score I game ..
1 t We are showing a real line of the SHIRTS t tIt at the end of the 1st half was 11-0 in ;!point. Home showed three ep i&Y
/ Jefferson! getting
Alachua's favor. Polk came to life in i
PAYS to wear these brands + I the i and three out of fear fo-A*
second half and put a strong !
up
new WHITE and STRIPED .1 chief 1+
of Shirts ask friend. They t Langford was the .
your fight but the lead was too great for I .. ..
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'" are made up in dressy-looking t them to overcome Scotton for Alachua for Union. The score (
i flannels and WHITE DUCK t !
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I models, of strictly QUALITY ua, and Kenney for>> Polk were the individual I The line-up: j
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avid a.tJ
4 I JefferSOHome
materials in the season's best t tt point winners. I
I .. center I.iIWii
4 4Sauk
.I' trousers at remarkable effective The follows wards; Fester ;
t I variety of tasty patterns and t Icaors. t tf Ala hua line-up(16)as : i i guards. _f
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-Bramby and Cool
You will be delighted t Union-M. G. Lansforf * f prices. Come in and see theirexceptional t |f; James-; Scotton and Matthews g. ;
H; with the way they fit and new t I Polk (11)-Kenney) and lIcCJoud.1If I forwards; J.L-" .LaIf.i"t ..
'. merit. I center, H. V. ZUU5- .;
prices.
: ; ; Norton c; Wurthrick and Dickie, i iI I
j I1 I ff. i guaM |
.- I SECOND GAS j
H I Substitutions: (Alachua Sanders It The second bets -
J You will enjoy especially : II, for Cook. (Polk] )-Hair for Me- Duval gape with pkatf*j
: our unusually complete! display; I Leod. I and aDd pep and began promised t lie.I *

I of Furnishingspresents On Monday evening; Lake retainedher one. The score was el Moat
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1000 per cent average by hand I the game, neither side
1 ing Hillsboro the small end of a 2.-14 dJree
I : the opportunity to see the newest Spring ideas in NECKWEAR,, < ''I I score. Eddy was the star for Htlis- ]i a Strum lead of for more! PineBas than 1AI fir:!o.

I I boro while Fahs did some pretty I. of the
I UNDERWEAR, PAJAMAS and kindredptems at prices of great economical t shooting for Lake. standing ling the player ball and
0 t. The line-up: eaIel
,6 importance. 't veteran. Th game "
.. Hillsboro (14) tIC"
-Phillips and
r -- -- -- t t Eddy, ceHas leading by a -(
I f; McDonald, c; Paul and White, g. 8. }
t t Lake (2.) Fahs
t and Hewitt, f; The Kne-upr "JPine11asStrum
I i I. I Ent, c; Alexander and Roach, g. aM t
I /
Substitutions
: (Hillsboro Webb
MAKE THE STANDARD" YOUR JACKSONVILLE HEADQUARTERS I I forwards; D feon
If f for Paul; Owens for&IcDonald.
and Jackson, guards.Duval ceatd'
WHEN IN THE CITY : I 'Following this Polk had little difficulty -Ferns aD

I STANDARD CLOTHING CO.XD FASHION PARK SUITS i IIi which was in defeating somewhat the disorganized Miami team be- tens wards,; guards.Bans center Sab5;: :

-. t L LT cause of the absence of some of its ::
'i _____ t t tt Simmons.Following:
players by the score of 27-3. Norton this 1jDie8 :

t t Kenney, and Hair showed up well &r I victory over Sebring '5y
1lk :i
+ 12-11. The teams were


T :. ., Standard Clot jng Co II I I Jones Tbe Pea,:tme-up e CSV; :glib" -:Kwaes?and and Hair.ottOll.p.llia :. f;.rda-tie idlEd point, bet a:itCroon foal just .. the -


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I Doa&N. f; Bratte7' r; Ban ex nd : rniorbt, W. E.,

17.19 West Bay Street t'l g. I jLasf.a,' G., sow
JACKSONVILLE I t Ja the last game of the even-:ZIg j J. K.. ftJItr: Sr--e aid
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{S t IIk I : AUcha with a well creamed teal. .ru.anis.

k J. H. L. Covington, Jr., Pres. and General 3Igr. I I sraotfcered Both Leta by a snore < teams s5
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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR PAGE THREE
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-- GATOR AGAINST AQUABATS ROLLINS WILL, SWIM .:.. .......... .. .... .. !f

YRICfHEATRE) -
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I Florida will bold a dual swimming '
meet with Rollins at Winter Park on : : I
April 8. The following events
will be
on the program .
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50 "Good Enough" : .
yard swim, 100 yard swim, 220 -
;at rda)- a yard swim, 200 yard relay, dive, 50 *. i 4:
not good enoughin
: yards back stroke plunge. .
rj T OF THE BID 19 A large .
squad has been out for
GRANDE the last few days and some real : Porter's Fitform Clothes for young

F'y- ui thenceforth.A work will be. put in next week and men and older men who want to stay /3 "\ '

MEARTS I.. meet is also planned with the : young. In the tailoring of these sup '
CHEATED .
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Jacksonville "Y" on April 23. 4 erbly styled garments the "easy way"" !

y'rooL'S- g BUDGET COMMITTEE MEETING.The .I:: makes way for .the better way and- ;

PARADISEfc&esday Budget Committee met in + "How fine can they be made?" crowds / f

Black's room Tuesday night at prof"l out the usual % 'it: I
manufacturing
-. i Jim Merrin presided as : question"Ho / \ .

PARADISE The reading of the minutes by the '- wfast can they be made! :

.rooLtS secretary, Roy Hoskins, was defer, S / '.
I red until Dr. Manchester read to the
f yThos. committee Report on the minor t WE EARNESTLY INVITE EVERY j ;

Migas in sports and of the gymnasium funds. 4 MAN OF TWENTY TO THREE \ ,
Dr. Manchester then discussed the\ :
OF STARS I
}RJONTIER : TWENTY\ '
proposition of getting seventeen TIMES TO SEE TH /1/ \ '

-* pages in the seminole for minor NEW SPRING STYLES WITH THE ,
- sports, the cost of which was estimated /
I : SUGGESTION THAT THE PORTER .
_f 1
-' \ at about two hundred dollars,
= including. the cost of cuts of the various LABEL IS AN ADDITIONAL --- .. ,

SPORTING. GOODS. teams. : GUARANTEE OF UNQUALIFIED PITFORM :
. I G. B. Simmons presented request l IdotLMfcrfeunKea !
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Teams Football that the Y.' M. C. A. voucher for 4> QUALITY. _._ :v'r

j three hundred dollars be honored. -: ;
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Eyeball Basketball j jIt was moved and seconded that the .
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1 voucher be accepted. Carried. .
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J. A. Winfield presented requisi- O .< ;
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I tion for the seminole. He read an ..'tit. '" Everything Men and Boys Wear .. ." .,
itemized statement of the costs of
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Baird Hardware Co. the periodical. Accepted. A requisi- : ;.-

t;:< tion for the Debating Council' by .f !- .
Yarnoff, was approved.Mr. :' '
White, presented a bill for .
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; payment from the lyceum fund. He .

then proposed that the Budget Com ,' .
j HOE S mittee recommend the student body Gi ,
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out
E. to take two hundred dollars 0 Jacksonville, Corner Bay and Laura ,
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the special fund for the purpose .
H B. i\1.\ TENCH H V'
ball teamin "
I putting the varsity base .
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good condition. He stressed the "\ ... .' .A..
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'? Gainesville, 0 fact that the ball ground should be i

put in good shape. The meeting then I
It Florida E5FH I adjourned. .+" .t .."................"...." ;

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0 E S. I or night rain or hive, with my 1 1I judges were I. C. Thomas! J. I:. in a well-delivered speech gave his ;, ber of the points advanced by his
, nay light. Vansick l' Studits South, Wells and H. -G. Hammond. G. Bal- evidence on the negative: side of thei i i opponents.All .
.I new lard Simmons presided as chairmanof question. Sigma for the Ags. re- ; four debaters showed an intelligent
f Side Square. -- the meeting and A. L. Work was futed several) negative points and j knowledge of the question

----- OCCUPY timer. The decision was two to one I then took up proof of the points out of the evening and each gave evidence
,i! I BOXERS, ,AND NEXT:MAT MEN WEEK. for the affirmative. I lined by his colleague Bratley. Stev- in his speech of having put
STAGE
' NORAH Bratley was the first speaker and ens for the negative combined his time and effort on his part in the
tourna-
f and wrestling
. i The boxing next Monday, March outlined the points on which the affirmative I main address and his rebuttal in awelldirected debate.
will begin
. ment based its arguments and attack on the evils of The Ag. Rats will debate the En-
week.
Art and Gift Shop will last probably all
6, and should I IgiV'e proceeded to prove four of them. 'Government} ownership. Sixma in a gineer Rats in the near future for
Retorts enter I
and Picture Frames f All men who wish to and ,and four minute rebuttal refuted the .
-- ... their names to Dr. Manchester I Pearce followed for A. S. I a num Rat championship.

......j the 4th. ..
before Saturday night ,
,J.w. M'COLLUM & co. I
make
coulJ
Did know you
DRUGGISTS you I I
old raior blades ts good as new
THE your
* REXALL STORE
Agents for for about 2 1-2c each? Sef Driggers Welcome Back Masqueraders and Congratulations!
in 36 Buckman.AG. .
l Jwtts and Norris Candies -on the appropriate representation of the University.of

.... e Fla.
!o- RAT DEBATERS DEFEATEDARTS Florida throughout the State.
...... AND SCIENCE RATS.

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DR.TENCH Rats C. O. Bratley and G. G. Sig-
i Dentist the debating reputation of '
upheld
ma
.ire Graham Building the Ag. College by defeating the A.
Dee last THE BON TON
Phone: Res. Phone: and S. Rat team in a debate
Hall. -
369-J Tuesday evening in Peabody
the affirmative -
Rats upheld
The Ag.
r; side of the question: "Resolved, .
S. DORSEY 7 CO.-1 j That it would be to the best interests ...

EVerything of the American farmer if "Always ready to serve you" ... ,; '
I in Groceries f owned and operatedthe ;
the Government
:-For Goodness Sake Drink | I Railroads.. Rats L. O. Stevens

iOO ps DELIGHT COFFEE and J. M. Pearce contended on the

---_.I negative for Arts and Science. The -

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f Pete Harris .......................__._.....__...._.._._........._....____.____......._..EditorinChiefGlover make the attempt. Charlie Regero
f Miller _....:...__......__.___.____________-__.__.._.___..__...__.__Managing Editor took advantage of the opportunity to
1 ; Robert Wray :-..---............--...............___.___......._ Assistant Managing Editor assure the girls that ""Florida" would .
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f Richard Sias __..__..___.._____._,__ _._..-.......__. --.__Sporting Editor I do their best for the tagday.At UNIVERSITY MEN
rj i f Hubert Weeks ._______,___......___.__..__.._.-- ______.____.__..__-. Assistant Sport Editor 2:30 P. M. they marched to the ....
; Robert Pierce .. .. ... .. _... ..._.Society Editor Governor's Mansion and played; be- f e* -,.
i 1 i I. Harold Klock .....:_::::::_::::::--._-------...===.-.-==_.. ======...... ...Exchanges fore an appreciative' audience, among Demand value and style -, .J f .

ml i .t K. K. Hansen, Ozzy Bie ..___._ ____._____....__._._.-_._.......,._-.. ___.,..._...Personals whom was Governor Hardee. After Brand Clothes : .
the program some of the board met Society
; :.L REPORTERS and shook hands with him and Mrs.
The remainder of the afternoon Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox Hats
Ed Woodberry, William Parmenter B each Hazard. J., D.. Wheeler, Fred j Hardee. .
J Mansour, Frank Elmore Roef Buc kley, L. L. Thompson, Newton St. t was spent at F. S. W. C. and
in Giddeons
Are featured lines the Store.
f John Frederick Langworthy. -'- in the evening everyone went to seethe '
I 1# "Masqueraders." .
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;i t )V BUSINESS DEPARTMENTAleck I The program was as follows; Mail orders a specialty. -

f White .......---.-.-...--....................._.._.._..______.._.__._.._. ..-Business Manager Washington Post March.
i If Horace Wilson -....-....--_....-_....___.._______.___.."...__.Assistant Business Manager I 2-Light Cavalry. I
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3-Valse Mignone.
{w! I i Entered as second-class matter September 28, 1912 at the postoffice at 4-The Sheik.5Ezardas A5
; Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of Ma rch. 3d, 1879. Rosczika.
and Fantasy
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'I Rate-The Florida Alligator $1.50 the year. 6-Naughty Mariette. ;
I I 7-Tucky Home. HENRY. GIDDENS. CLOTHING CO.

f' WELCOME, HIGH SCHOOL MEN! I 8The CVillage Band. '
.! Wedding of the Rose.10MarchYaeateas 1 TAMPA,
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i Again is our pleasure to have as our. guests representatives i I The members of the band. who i made I :

i i : of the various high schools of the State. Track meet 'week has in the trip are as follows:
II R. DeWitt Brown, Director. FLORIDA'i .
} the past been the one time that we could have you with us. But
Cornet Section.
f;1! i.thanks. td the, Florida high school Athletic Association we now I Bartlett N. D. .

r! '; have another opportunity to have you on the campus of your Hogarth, A. D. .. >
!' State University.; We hope that your impression of the University Cargell R. M. ? .., ;- : _. > _":' :: ,_6 .

1: Iii, i '. of Florida will be a lasting one and that it will help instill the 1! Alto Windisch Section.E. B. **/.s*""Ti ------_- _
I I \\1 s 'Gator "spirit" into you. i .. .
i Ames, B.n. ''.,. ] .
t 't : Those who have been here know that we have the best State Mahannah W. D. .., ..

{i University in the entire country but there are as yet some high 'I Webster E. B. = '11i ;

school graduates who without investigating their own State school I Jackson, J. L,
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go out of the State to college each year. We hope that this visit I "Washburn C. _
Clarinet Section. .
will be the means of properly acquainting you with the Universityof Rogero Charles -. ,

Florida. Investigation of the faculty reveals the fact that ours )McDonald J. H. -- '.;; >1
t.ranks among the first three in the entire United States. Is not this I Perkins R. P. -.'," ""
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fact significant as to the standard of scholarship? ; Edwards H. L. .. '\-- "" ;;
I Edwards T. if" '"
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The average high school man is vitally interested in athletics. I II Trombone Section. ? *: J

I I What have we to offer in that line here? In the first place we ''I Rogero Anthony t .T"... *'-_T. T'-'! .,1
y have one of the best football schedules for next year of any college Coe A. B.
-' in the South. After playing practically all of the major teams of I It Pomeroy W. H. f! 1J

the South the 'Gators Lester C. J. r"\ .-. I_ "
journey to Cambridge to take on Harvard as Baritones.I JIo f;:V What Is Water Japan? ,

the fitting climax to a season which promises much. In basketball Walker, C. L. \ ....'Ii: Y
;i there are few colleges that will be able to boast of a team such Overstreet, W. M. -.- ; .-.

'r -as the 'Gators should have for next season. Practically; every man I Basses. f" *.:' JAPAN-not the country but a metal'Caating varnisb J

f on the five of this year will be back for the game in 1922-23. Base-I McLain H. E. :,: '. --and your morning bottle of milk. Totally unlike .
; "ball and track Mounts, M. U. :1.:. j
-i are not to be neglected and great seasons are prom- F--J." .
I Houser, F. ". *.- VX.Saxophone yet associated! _
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ised. *. H,*, ; X c ,.* .. ,i Section. '. "i}' -',< ',
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These are but a few of the things that we have to offer you I Cody W. J. -.. Ordinary japan consists of a tough, rubbery, tar-like'

t= :here. With a: student body; of over a thousand next year there I )Tooke Melton Wm.J. .>"... .. .";:r- ; "base"and a highly inflammable "solvent." The solvent J
will be many men from all parts of the State in attendance. Will :
Weaver A. C. ;. dilutes the base that the metal be coated with it :1
.f t ;:- not friendships formed during the period of school days be worth i Piccola and Flute. :-y .'. so may .

Mi much in later business life? Think these things over men and Taylor J. S. : j; easfly. The presence of the solvent involves considerable .
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I l then look over the campus with a new vision. This is your State f'f'I Smith, H. M. :'; :0.>. fire risk, especially in the baking oven. fJ

1 I University and one that every man of you should be proud of. "'e Drums. .:: ,
I MeMuHen, C. '
I are glad to have with us and hope that will enjoy: .
;you you your Ennis J. G. < '1. Milk is a watery fluid containing suspended particles
stay here and return to be one of us when school open next year. I iIi Ulmer R. J. .' '
: of butter rat, so small that one needs the ultra'microscopeto 1
Booth D. E_ .
::0 I detect them. An insoluble substance held permanently
Today has been proclaimed the official tag-day the campus #"
i for the benefit of the F. S. W. C. girls' camp. Every U. of F. man I Patronize 'Gator advertisers. in suspension in a liquid in this manner is in "colloidal
.
I should realize the position he holds as a student of a brother institution FAR LITTS HELD SUCCESS- suspension.H .' :

and allow his sense of generosity to be governed according-j FUL BANQUET. 1

i ly. Don't let them be disappointed in us, fellows Don't fail to IE i -Continued f page one) The principle of colloidal suspension as demonstrated .

E get your tag? ,ice cream cake, saltines, mints coffee in milk was applied by the Research Laboratories of the si
cigars. :>
j General Electric Company Water In
The to develop Japan.
program was as follows: ;J
Mercer University's splendid showing in the S. I. A. A. cage !
Growth of Literary Societies in this compound the particles of base
japan are colloidally
tournament incidentally brings into light our own standing in a Florida-Dr. Farr. :4

general way. It will be remembered that Josh Cody's quintet had I Value of Farr Literary Society to suspended in water. The fire risk vanishes. ;;

to play to the limit in order to npse out a 27 o 26 victory over the :Arts and Science Men-Dr. Roemer.

'Gators. Captain Byrd, the student body takes off its hat to you {t Realistic Movement--Prof. Beck So the analysis of milk has pointed the way to a safejapan.

and the wonderful tea mwhich it was your honor to lead. j j I II cieties-Dr.Place of Debating Enwald. Literary So- Again Nature serves industry.

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Some Benefits
-- of Literary CultureDr.
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.- Crow. Connected with the common things around I us arcr

t Football Van Fleet.Literature Prospects. for 1922-Major many principles which may be applied to the uses of

HOW ABOUT GOING TO SUNDAY of the RatSRussellKing. industry with revolutionary results. As Hamlet said

SCHOOL?-WHY NOT COME OUT? The. committee of arrangements for There are more things in Heaven and earth, Horatio .

the banquet was composed of: Earl than are dreamt of in your philosophy." F .
Jones chairman; C. W. Fussel. and J.
'The Baraca Class of the Baptist Church needs you Sunday !H. Markham. ,

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morning at 9.45. Prof. Rogers is a "live wire" Everybody Dr. Enwald- is teaching the Methodist GeneralEle

\ Baraca Class Come and hear _
E, invited to attend. Ha. Cesa..om Company Sdxa n dI ..Y.f51C.
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IjARSHALL DEBATINGOCIEI'1 I Ii' mented the committee on the banqueton New Spring Suits r .

| the splendid work that had been / > '
FL:, done in that connection. Mr. c. .
I! Jones
l Marshall Debating Sots reported on the financial side of the New Flannel Trousers ,
banquet. Mr. Merrin t
regular meeting last reported on the

.y is the practice reading court on room.pve Kip. inter-society appointed debates.to consider A committeewas questionsand : Manhattan Shirts :
a .New -
&Me,. followed by a novel re- Peabody to submit Club. 'one question to the I / { : I

on "The 1H- : .
Lilienthal
Henry : -: : : *
brought out all of :Mr. Hendry, a visitor from John -

sort gesry, etc, and gave a very. I Marshall, made a few complimentaryremarks H' :: : .. .
of the novel. about Farr Lit. These were : THAT'S :
account Real heartily appreciated by the Society, : : AND NOT ALL I.
for the week was: :
.e even tho they from ,!:
. Florida's section of the were a lawyer. :
frauds, corresponding to The meeting was adjourned at 7:30 ; ,
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hh 17th Section should J1; so that the: members oguld attend the --- _
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debate. 1.
dun 'amount for the ,, :
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personal property, goods >
t.eerchandise, that is sold. 'I AG. CLUB MEETING. .. 1-
Bridge championed the af- !I .

_'and M. L. Stevens defend- I The Ag. Club met in a short '
1usi-1
11 ve. B. L. Jennings ren- i ness session on Monday evonin; ,. > 1.1' .

jf&osion of the judges in i heard the conditions sujcgtstiU by: I :,: t HILL BUILDINGDrink .1'.

e negative. I Georgia for the coming debate The ;": .
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T2S discussion about the !'date of the debate will picbab'y' bf: .::4. ." .
\bnqnet which is to be held changed to April 21 :instead of April -
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arfatare: and all are look- 14 to avoid cinflict with the Triangular I

oj to a good time. -debate to be held %,n the campus ...._' "" ,..... ... '=- ... :>- ; :JIIIt:
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i DEBATITEAM W. DE-ALL 1 effect and to accept the conditions! .................................. .........
3)) FOR L. S.
SiTE NEXT WEEK. i I ImJ. of debate as suggested toy the letter. il. +
Georgia is also] to be approached l .Sto -'
!l the advisability of each club +
paying ,. .
> March 10, the U. of i i2j -
half on the expense of proved-
Team will meet that of | I: at *.
ing a suitable cup as ay I reward 1o
i Site University, in the *.
debates! out
the college winning two
here. The 'Gator team .
of three which will be fceU' between *
i E C. Johnson and R. C. *,
Georgia and Florida A.?;. in the next
The subject will be: "Re- *
"ai the nations recently as- three y ars. *
tftewar against the cen- I The meeting gave several lustry i.J MILLER'S :
wj han effelt a mutual cheers for the Rat debaters who were !
' soon to into action against Ar:sand
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*of their indebtedness, in- ,
Science Rats, and adjourned in .,
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tru* incurred in the prose-I -... ,.
hear the debate. "' .
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Peabody -
J is body to *
' the war. The Florida :
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defend -the negative side. : Where Service and Satisfaction Meet' :

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ENTERTAINS
OMICRON SIGMA
2 LITERARY SOCIETY .
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Omicron Gramma Sigma Fraternity *
fe the debate last Monday of
number
February 27, between tbema recently from entertained the University a at an informal :................................... ........ ..
guests
and the Ag. rats. the in their new _
sacial ggthering - -- -- ----
srfjng was cut snort, and I Aftera I :
home on University Avenue. co gravity by holding glassof
:7,too,as it usually is. Them pleasant social hour, during which water against the ceiling with a I ii-------------------T i ;
called to order the other in
by each
everyone vied with stick. The evening was thoroughly '
l t 3dMr. E. C. Jones was reciting or story-telling, the party enjoyed by all who were present. I.!.i II) Bedding, Pillow Cases, t.
**s ab- refreshments in I.
secretary the
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was supplied Sheets, Blankets t tt
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Sias.
The rollKrall and efforts.
arduous
view of their COMING EVENTS.
Jo* minutes were dispen- The hit of the evening was Ed. 1 I t t} .

Millican's attempt t ocounteract the March 3rd-Signa Nu Fraternity RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES "

;4at thanked and compli- action of the body under, the mflu- Dance. t MADE\ TO SPECIAL. ORDER

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4II dance.March 9th-Pirates dance. I We Keep Everything for Your RoomGAINESVILLEFLORIDA :

Weaver's Steam LaundryFOR t March 10th-S. A. E. Fraternity t

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CLASS CLEANING AND PRESSING t Day banquet. t.
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In the words Df the immortal Terry campus dormi-1 - -

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Opposite Star,Garage don't week- nd." answering male voices: "Whaddaya ,
t want?" ,I t.
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liD!'), Cleaning and. Dyeing. Phone 675 I Methodist Join your Baraca fellow class students on Sunday at the Why sot shave w.lh sharpened t I TAMPA, FLORIDA t.I t.

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j jt ............._..._.........,..'." INTERCOUNTYCAGE CONTESTS I .

t : BEIN GSTAGED 1 WE ARE GIVING SPECIAL PRICES
: t:1'::1'' i i r a|
GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY
Two
{ Continued from Page on University)" Rings this week. This is an opportunity yo,
Graham
I forward; Sebring, center;

: : ;' I Victrolas and Records : guard; Heacock, guard.In cannot afford to miss., Come in and see them.
Pinellas
another close game
:
t .
1 j .; emerged victorious over Jeffersonby I -
I It ,of 1110. Strum and Gif-

I t : i I ;; D. R, Cox, Proprietor : : 'Ii : Telephone 6I +. I ford Horne a played score was the well outstanding for Pinellas featurefor while I THE UNIVERSITY; BOOK STORE f fV

i j l' ... .t Jefferson.The ,
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I' ; .................. .. ... line-up: '-- ------1II:: '-...' -:-= .,... ,. :='.- er"+;r ar-a'. c:: ""-

,, I :. i .............................. wards Pinellas-Strum; Gifford, center and ; Dehon Sauls, for-and V -
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11 J Campbell, guards.JeffersonClark. j I DROP IN
''I ] Let your next Suit be aFASHION : : and Horne, for

It s t. :I wards Sauls,; guards.Foster, center; Lenton and j ;:," t. OTTO F STOCK
PARK .
I
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Pinellas defeated Sebring by the -
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t 11! { I score of 17-10 in a hard fought con- |t- TAILOR
t OR test Saturday afternoon. The score .
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f. '-'
Jf' I. '.- .'.' at the end of the first half was 7-0 i AlterationPhone "" Cleaning Pressing
if FITFORM' in favor of Pinellas. Sebring came
:I 't back strong in the second half and t! 354 Gainesville! Florida I
fought hard, but to no avail. Dehon
I I' ; : J SOLE AGENTSPHIFER : for Pinellas and Schumaker, for Seb- ___ ------- -- J

I I BROS. DEPT. STOREGainesville : ring, were the individual point win- ..." .. "..... ......." f.

1 J, ; + ners.The line-up: : !
i f ; .Florida Pinellas-Dekon and Sauls, forwards AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY
.j J.. ; Butler, center; Gifford, and
!! I It ,J l (. ,Campbell, guards. I i AND SHINE PARLOR j:,
II t ;1 .............. ...... Sebring- Bee, and Schumaker, I

_______ forwards Sebring, center Heacockand '
; __ .. 4II 4II 4III 4m 4I ; ; ; & Louis Eliades, Proprietor 4!!

ii ,: : i. CHESNUT'S SHOE PARLOR I Graham, guards.Substitutions: Sebring-. Taylorfor : 115 W. MAIN STREET, N. PHONE 139 j!

: ." t SOUTH SIDE SQUARE Graham; Graham for Tayloa. : N. D. Cooper, Agent; Room 13, Buckman f
f Electric Shoe Repair Department Work Guaranteed t Following this game the Duval
; r'! .'t' SHOE SHINE PARLORJOHNSON'S quintet took the Jefferson "bunch" ..... .(>. ... ...........

\ !! ". ____ 4II 4II _______4IC '" into camp by the score of 21-5 The"Jeffersonites" ": "'I* ::t, ;. ;, .; ::: t1'r: .,
outclassed
were clearly -
: t"" --- ---' in every way. Duval exhibited | WHEN YOU EAT
\ ri PHARMACY work with
( perfect team along some
i Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods I pretty passing. Ferris and Stanleyfor $ti i at the
(.' We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only iJ Duval and Home and Sauls for
J t'- purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered. J, Jefferson were the stars for this year. :. } The Gainesville Cafeteria
'4 Gainesville, Florida. d di I The line-up follows:
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4III -" ""' Duval ((21)-Ferris) and Barchan, YOU GET

f; Stanley, c; Flood and Simmons; g.
A SQUARE MEAL
i DO BUSINESS WITH Jefferson (5)-Horne) and Clark, f; I ,
Foster, Linton and Sauls, at
: 1' c; g. a
: THE FLORiDA NATIONAL B\a\1i Tuesday evening the Duval aggre- I l SQUARE DEAL PRICE
I gation completely smothered the Se- ,
,t f,'!' : "The New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2,50bG09( bring outfit by the overwhelmingscore rx J:::::::: : '
of 40-1. Duval made the first

'! H!ii$!ffiSSHffiKraraSffifiH! ! $ Y9i; Y;! YY; ;!: Yi !:hS !f1Yr points after 3 minutes of fierce fight-
r "** UNIVERSITY MEN ALWAYS WELCOME AT
: Lf ing and from then on Sebring seemed -
; | THE PHIFER STATE BANK | to lose heart. Barrs scored 14 .. --
(Continued on Page 9) McDOWALL'S
: g! Strong, Safe and Accommodating yjSKsiffiffi&HaBWHffiffi
ICE CREAM
!:i1 FREE RIDE "
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t ; ; !: $! !fifi! !fi Y; $$YfiY;! The "Baraca Special" leaves the '
; / PARLOR
corner of Buckman Hall about 9:30 y

Popular Goods at Popular Prices atBURKHIM'S I Sunday mornings. MAKE YOURSELVES AT HOME

I UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Agency Hollingsworth's Unusual Candies

; tI Summer Quarter
I Ir First Term-June July 29-
I -- -- -Ii 1 1I Second Term July 31-Sept. 2.
'G j i The Summer Quarter is an integral HOTTO AND SCHOENBORN
P the time The Dunn-Pen, which is :part of the University Year, the
1 Now is to buy a practical, self-fill i Tampa, Florida
courses being the in character
I r. I ing, common sense fountain pen, WITHOUT BOTHER or annoy- I and credit value as same in the other quar- ICE CREAM, LUNCH AND CIGARS
: ance of a RUBBER SAG and is the future fountain pen. For sale I ters of the year. 508 Franklin Street

1 by L. C. SMITH, Jeweler, South Side Square. Degrees are conferred upon men
1 and women for summer work.
The Master's Degree may be (:b- J
H FE SEE
tained in three Summer Qaarters.It .
i tf SPORTING GOODS offers !opportunities unexcelled in I Vidal Drug CompanyFOR
: ; the South and makes a .itroa gappeal DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES,
Football Baseball to teachers seeking broader scholarship CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENSGlasses
i Hardware of all Kinds and training and wider social -
\ contacts and to college students desiring ;; 'r-- ---1'- ..... : ,. -.;- : ,..._ .
See Us to complete degree requirements -
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THE THOMAS COMPANY Attendance last quarter, 2429 fn,m Fitted
1 ; Phone 22'j twenty-nine states and foreign coun .
'j, WEST SIDE OF SQUARE tries.
j
The most beautiful' and unique cam- Eyes Tested y
pus in America. rj
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Accommodations at reasonablerates.
I ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH i Tuition for non-Virginia stu-
Broken lenses
dents $15 per term.Entertainments .duplicated in one hour's -
East Main Street, North time
J t musical festival,
;: Rev. John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector. Telephone 629 .excursions.For C. H. COLES & SON
r I
i ; ; Sundays-Holy Mass and Sermon, 10:30: a. m.; eveningservices. illustrated folder and :full an- -
... ....
I 7:45 p. m. nouncement write to t ':- :- "':;" : 0" -'-"" ':' _
'r CHARLES G. MAPHIS. Dean,
e rt I 'I Weekdays-Holy Mass, 7:00 a. m. t ttl University, Virginia.
I+, Special Lenten Services Wednesday evenings 7:30 p. m.Subject t GAINESVILLE PLANING AND COFFIN CO.
i Matter: "The Means of Sanctification." Have your razor blades sharpenedat I
i' Sunday Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Finish, Complete House Bills.
j evenings, 7:30 p. m. Subject l.Iatter.The Church of Christ. I bout one-third the cost of new
blades. Swearingen, at Ideal Cafe. Daily Capacity 25,000 Feet. Gainesville, Fla..
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CANTED.vocational. Irjred R .
VOL. NO. 4 throughout the season. ""-
MARCH 3, 1922 50c PER YEAR
student towsaid During the spring of 1913, lack of .

.!' two could liveGOOD The Alumni Supplement is prepared and published by the Alumni funds compelled John to secure a 'position -
-He fortunate in
was getting a
as 04e. Association bf the University The Alligator staff and the Univer- position as assistant Bill Clerk in the

BYE F. L. E. sity authorities assume,no responsibility for anything publishe din the Florida State Senate, and during his

Alumni stay in Tallahassee_he took the second 1
Supplement
'-
semester examinations under the _
school, .
!-iiidaFLEina directions of members of the Supreme

j the faculty"Let us'had flee"i : a rule. THE ALUM&I ASSOCIATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDAPAT Court who had been forwarded the : j':

si the fly questions by the Professor of the '
i 6e F L E "Let us fly"Oey JOHNSON, Pres. HARRY W. TROMP SON, V.; Pres. B. R. COLSON, Secty. Law Department of the University of
of the
flew for the good
Kissimmee, Fla. Pensaco Fla. Gainesville Fla. Florida.in .
,
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the summer of 1914, Sutton was

.1. EXPLANATION Ii Administration building the Uni j Clark and Murrell, attorneys at law, ber of years. traveling representative for the Uni-
,versity. versity of Florida and traveled the
is bragging about that new baby nug his attendance in high

her is going to the Alumni The plans for this structure have of his; he talks more about it than school John had to go four and a half State from Key West to Maranna.

Rtls late. In explanation at length been drawn and the cost t l:most Miami men do about our miles to school, and much of the time The enrollment at the University x

iy that the editor, chief re- of this architectural feature of the I:splendid climate. had to walk the entire distance both jumped from 477 the year previous to

s aa| "printer's devil" has been campus will be in the neighborhoodof ways. It was reported that he was 636 the following year, which speaks

travel status for several weeks $750,000. The :last Legislature F. A. P. Jones, of Lake City days, practically never late and that in his well for the efficiency of his work in '

caL: DOt get the material tosaner. appropriated 100,000 for the first has built quite an extension to his ,senior year he was riot late as muchas I this capacity.On .

It is hoped that our unit of this great hall. That unitis home in Fort Dallas Park, makingit on even one occasion. In the mornings i January 15, 1914, Sutton entered .

..salstaff! will be able to f uncpomptly to be an auditorium of magnifi- a wonderful place to live in. before starting for school and in the practice law in Tampa in
here- cent design and the office of A. B. McMulen at a sal-
large
and properly proportions. the evenings after returning he had

but: no promises are made, ,When completed, the Administration HEAR YE _HEAR YE! HEAR YE! his regular share of farm chores to do ary of $12JX per week and experience.He .

than!: this: "It may get to you building will be the handsomest and was not able to start on the prep- continued in that position only until -

*nd show signs of haste-but I structure of the kind on any university Let's all get together. How abouta aration of his lessons in the evening the legislature met in 1915, at

2 reach you eventually." We campus in this part of the big class reunion? until these were all done, some times which tjme he went to Tallahasseeand

!II!;zg OUT very best. country.. You may remember that we two, not until nine o'clock. served as Bill Clerk in the Sen-
ate. At the close of the legislaturehe
The auditorium will be large whose names appear below, were ap- In the fall of 1911, John entered the
WOULD THIS WORK? enough to accommodate 2,000 stu- pointed a committee to keep cur class University of Florida, and by virtueof returned to Tampa and entered

entsd. One hundred thousand dollars together, and being appointed was having a diploma from the Lake- into partnership with Martin Cara-
that all the committee has done. ballo and later was in the office for a '
writer has often thought has been found insufficient by ever land High School he was able to en- !
short time with Hon. John P. WalL In
JLfasni Association should beta this, purpose, but the Governor has Better late than never. We are go- ler the Sophomore class. This he did
extent to start I the fall of 1917, he entered upon the
function to a certain agreed with the Board of Control thatas ing something. I enrolling in the College of Agriculture. -
therea Dinner together in the old Mess general practice of law for himself
s employment agency. If much of this house be built now He was a most competent stuaent .
Hall, banquet in the evening to ihe and has so continued to the present
permanent Alumni Secretary as the appropriation will permit. in agriculture, but when returning -
could blow all the members ofsenior The next law-making body will be class of 1922 and all Profs. stilf n. time. A year ago he was president of
in the fall of 1912, fo no apparent -
with I Gainesville, who helped, us through the Hillsboro County Bar Association.
class who could jjdprestrong asked to grant another $100.000 .. reason, he decided to enter the
weak points and this audi inj( 1912. In the years of 191& 18 and '20
joints and which to finish equip / College of Law.John's .
m kept in touch with the destcts torium.It To be a complete success every; : Sutton managed the campaign of Hon.
of the state and the aces undertake to member of the class of 1912 must college education was made H. J. Drane for Congress. Congressman
would be folly to
possible by an abundance of nerve, Drane elected in 1916
should te be present. How about it? Will you was
of alumni he
our build an auditorium of smaller: pro- ,
determination and willingness to -
over Hon. Stephen M. Sparkman who
in the come? J"
assistance
to attendanceat
render great portions,*for already the )
. Take in right now work at any job; which would providehim was at that time Congressman from
your pen hand
of our yearly] crop of graduHe the University is only three short "
and let us know who we can count with "the needful, for Tie enter- his district. He was re-elected in ;
would, of course, co-operate and town of the
a
of 1,000 men,
on. Preparations Ipus't be started at ed the University without funds and 1918 without opposition and was
_ all agencies now working in this size of Gainesville can easily furnish I
once. continued without funds throughouthis again re-elected ill 1920 in the face of
, He would "clearing
From
act as a the other thousand, even now.
.. 1 T. S. TRANTHAM,' I course. During his first year he very strong opposition. It is hard to
as it were. He should >e these' facts it will be seen that the
Ocala, Florida.L. worked on the experiment station just bow much credit is due to
:: dh the co-operation of the capacity of the house is none too I say
JP. farm, firing hot houses at night and
21 and others, to place graduates A. PERKINS, Mr. Sutton for the success of Con-
large. National Bank taking care of other odd jobs which
fr and satisfactorily and to help Barnett gressman Drane's campaigns, but certainly -
R of the
I
auditorium one
s holes This Jacksonville, Florida. came his way. During the last two a large share of credit 'A due
tike
into ,
t square pegs square needs the The I '
greatest on campus.
years he held a position in the dining him.
I round pegs into the pound service holes gymnasium is in constant use by WHO'S.WHO AND WHY hall, the position which at that time At the present time, despite his
I thereby render a great classes in physical education; besides I I
was designated "head waiter but
large legal business John is serving
.
Hit graduates and to the state.1l:4 is for the numberof
it inadequate *
John B. Sutton, 1914) which was 'perhaps somewhat analogous his Alma
do you think of the idea? in residence. It is ( Mater as a member of the
students now One of the stropgest men who has .to the position of "bouncer" in State Board of Control and is serving -

J hL''X MEBRLVS COUNTY WINS not a suitable place for chapel Exercises, much, graduated from the University duringthe certain establishments that we have the horticultural and agricultural

, less for Commencement af- very recent years is John B. ;' heard of. Be it said that he main- interests of the state as a member of

PRIZE.- conventions and other University ton who has already made sut-I'I tained perfect order and decorum in the State Plant Board. For the benefit

3sco County, of which Frank G.'I fairs. to, name for himself- and from-' whom- we the mess halL of those who may not know of the
will rejoice
rin ('18)) is County Agent, won The old graduates institution expect to hear even greater things in I During his college course John was facts,would say that this Is an unsel-
know that this crying need of the i member of the A. T. O. fraternity
> Prize as baring the best ext the future. I a fish service pure and simple. In this
.:: at the South Florida Fair held is soon to be adequately for. John was born :March 15, 1891, at I[land its head. He was a member capacity he give from one to three

Tuspa from February 2nd to 11. acs attractively provider Pawwav, Florida. For the benefit of ';i the Theta Ribbon Society and assist- days every month in actual attendance -
*
W. B. Briggs ('11) County tamed the unihformed, of whom there are ant business manager of the Follies at or traveling to and from the
ALUMNI NOTES FROM 3IIAMLKorris would that Dramatic Club in 1913, its business of the
:.d and Marion county third. undoubtedly! many, say meetings Board, and between
s is the second consecutive year Pawway is a little station on the A. C. manager in 1914, manager of Junior times he gives many hours of thoughtand

it Frank's exhibit has taken aie. :McElya, College of Law, L. between Lakeland and Bartow, Prom in 1913, president AgriculturalClub time to writing letters, talking

Florida's trained men have elected Post Commander of Harvey I which will escape all but the most in 1911, secretary and treasurer with interested -people, etc.. for which

& a splendid showing as county w. Seeds Post No- 29, of the American minute examination. John's fatherwas i of the John Marshall Debating Society he would receive a great deal of com-

-tntion agents Legion on January 3, 1922. at that time a section foreman I in 1912- its vice-president in pensation for the same amount of

but two years later moved to a farm and its president in 1914. He time devoted to his legal business. As

THE ADMINISTRATIONBUILDING. John S. Benz College of Law, has northwest of Lakeland, where he still I(11913.a member of the Intersociety: John is the only real alumnus of the
the
in
been taken in as a partner lives. !! Commencement Debate in 1914, vice-: University of Florida at Gainesville

law firm of Shutts & Bowen, one of John attended the country school, president of the Combined Senior who has ever been a member of the

Hie pans of the state University the leading law firms of the Cityof where he finished the eighth grade, classes for that year, and likewise Board of Control he is, to a large ex-

a for a great quadrangle in the MiamL and then entered the Lakeland high Athletic Editor of the Seminole.: He tent felt tQ be the personal representative S

stir of the campus. This quadR2l Engineering school He finished the ninth and t was assistant manager office University of the alumni: on/the Board.

,..21 be bounded on the west August DeWinkler, another house tenth grades in high school daring Minstrel in 1914, president of the There is not a member of the Associ-

!le IT tie Science HalL the proM College, has purchased to getting the regular course and took the ;I Athletic Association in 1914 chair-. ation who would not feel perfectly

'* Pfcysks and Chemistry Buildr in Riverside and DeWinkler appears likes Miami 11 I I eleventh grade one summer under man of the Executive Committee of free to go to Sutton with any sugges-

. *** Agricultural College Hall.f along nicely and has teen working 1 I I special instructions, graduating from j I 11 the Athletic Association that year and tion or criticism they have to make at

f proposed Horticultural building I Beach sometime, although we the Lakeland high school in 1910. member of the Executive Committeethe any time and they do it, which we

";the F ace of the little bride shop steadily for unable to learn just what I I This sounds easy,but was attended by year previously. John was a feel Is exactly things should be.

.S Vocaded: on the east by another have been is. some. difficulties. I(member of the Varsity football team One might think from a glance at

, of hilld :gs as follows: The the attraction I During the summers John helped in 1911, 12, J3 and 14, and was Sotton's college record that he had

j"tn of Engineering Teachers College of Law, has out with the regular farm work and :elected Captain of the football teamin bis Bands more than full but as a

__ te. the proposed Library :dJJ E. BQuinan.,Metropolis, for which while rounding up cattle in the woods/: 1914. About the only dizappoict- I matter of fact after doing all these -i

' a laming and Language-HalL quit the Miami work when be came to near his father's farm when he was |ment of Sutt n's college days was the things and doing his college* work

ern tie proposed building for be went to Jane and is now with the 1 11 years of age, he was attacked by. :fact that his heart went to the bad with credit he still had some time irk t j

ort and the College of Engi- Miami firm last of Benson and Shippe. I a panther. As a result of this experience ,after the first game which.forced him married"E

at &e south end of the law t he was named' "Tiger" a nick.,I I to relinquish his position on the team-.

adnrgte, facing University .ATe- J John M- Murrell, of the firm of I name,which followed him for & rxunv, but t. remained an inspiration to it, (Continued on page Wit) f :
e, 1Iill be the main bafldicff-tb

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established. ,
'VII '13-Bt C.'Devane' is farming near which :Mr. Curry had I I news .
WHO AND i interest
but
.. Bradentown. '20-The engagement and approaching -,. Cloud formerly lived in Alachua and of course the
; visited often in Gainesville. It is understood I Section proves of the I
\ :Mr Hubert Giles
of
Continuedfrom '13=R. Clyde Douglass |is a mis- marriage motet
., ( Page Seven). has that. the wedding will o c rMarch' {! est. I have been out in '
Mercedes Miller
: a daughter about three years old. sionary to China with the Presbyterian Powell to :Miss ;of the world for tbiJ to
the ,
j jJohn's I just been announced. Mr. Powell is 8th at Avon Park with only ,; past 1.hrte.
;: < office is in :Room 608, Citi- church.' i immediate friends present. ]i and of course know no local
I St. Augustine. The weddmg'will
'13 G. P. Garrett Pat Johnston'sefficient a 1Ieb-
,
-
tank and he interest around
zens Building, Tampa, W. E. Robinson 17 is fartnj j( Oxford ...
\ partner, is confined in his take place in the early spring. ,
1\ has associatedwith him Fred L. Kindly give
-- E. B. Paxton, B. S. E E., 1920 ing at Palmetto. They are drilling my best
s \ ;' Householder University man of theClass home at Kissimmy with scarlet fe- I. 20- : I j[what few of the old rye \
ver. _Mr. Paxton i is_ instructor in Elec- for oil on his father's: place at Terra .j f timer a* !
: ;j' of 1917. Any doubts a to why on the campus. M
trical Engineering Texas A. & M. Ceia. Here's wishing them luck.
w 13-John L. Godwin is_conpectedwith
John has made the success ,that he has t Yours
I' address 3521 E. '23-.E.\.L. Wilson, former studentof very truly,
Present ,
the Veterans Bureau in Atlanta. College.
t' will be dispelled by a vbit to his ,ofg : p- H.
I '13-F.1 M. O'Byrne, State Nursery { 28th St., Bryan; Texas. I the class of 1923, engaged in CivilEngineering -. STEEEE, i
"fice, where you will have an opportun- : (Former Student
g ; I '21-Samuel Cf. Peacock of Tampais aAd timber estimatingfor 12 ta
A 1N
i H ity to see him in action at almost anytime Inspector for Florida, was in* Manatee \ -_ I
i
\ With J. W. Sherrill the CumWr Lumber Company.
F !! : day or night. He is always on county during"the week ending practicing law. Orlando, Fla., Feb on
t ,
I of Sherrill Jacksonville Florida. 17, l9!
I i the job and,clients are coming into his February 18th' IOn legal business. I he forms partnership I I Mr. F. M. O'Byrne, ot
& Peacock with offices in the Daw-
,
13 F.M. State -
II 4 office constantly; but there is never O'Byrne, Nursery Secy-Treas. Alumni
: ASS'B "
{ I !! t t' j any sign of confusion i io his office in i ii Inspector, attended the meeting of son-Thornton Building. # R: F. Burdine, also of Lake City I University of ,

,! his manner or in his handling of the the Associaton of .Southern Agricultural I FORMER STUDENTS days, has taken as a law partner! I Gainesville,Florida tkb

I I Workers in Atlanta February I '96Dr. Marion Benson, who attended -' Major A. B. Small, formerly .)f Lake Florida.
cases that come before him. He has My Dear'O'Byrne: b
I 20th to 22nd inclusive. As chairman I Florida Agricultural College I City and father of C. C; Small, alsoa r
I the ability to lay something down, eplying to your letter of TeWl t
t from '94-to '96 and who is dean of the Lake City boy. '
of a committee on standardization of .
,
-'i' and no matter how_ long he is away: 16th there is very little t
I Atlanta Club was recently appointeda We regret to note the death of the news toi
l front it he is able, to pick it up and g o nursery inspection practices, he presented I late as to the alumni here. ,

I ,,:: j right on from that point without retracing a report which evoked wide- trustee of Oglethorpe University. mother of M. L. Mershon., of the Col- C. D. Kime, whom you well

q: -- his steps or refreshing his spread discussion. Mississippi and He also is physician and surgeon on lege of Law: is ,rendering invaluable bet. '
I { I the instructional staff of Emory Uni- Mrs. Belle Mershon. services ft
1 r: South Carolina have already adoptedthe
memory on the points already cover Orange County as County Age :
;:4 ed. It is a business policy with him, Florida system of nursery inspection -t versity. Mrs. ;Belle Mershon, 57 years of I tural Agent. LeRoy B. Giles,

e; whenever at all possible, to answer and it seems that ,there is a good I '06-Karl Horton is a grove owner age, died at o'clock yesterday uf- I believe, was a graduate of n..
+ for other Southern 1 : near Homestead, Florida. ternon at her home, 504 N. E. Second I East
J -,1; each letter the day it is received an 'Ii doing it also. A further '07-J. D. Howze is proprietor of street, after an illness of three weeks I mew
\!i I to dispose of matters finally I as hei meeting ber of the law firm of Davis
I :t I i comes to them. His interests are as will be held in May or June, at whicha I the most prominent ""Gents Furnish- her condition being critical for the I Giles who enjoy a lucrative pray i

fIt it I wide as his contacts; and a favorite definite decision will probably Jbe ar- ings stores in Palmetto. He Has re- past two weeks* She was the widowof 'in Orlando.The .

t theory of ,his* is that he never knows rived at.'i4f.. cently boilt a fine new building for the late Judge M. L. Mershon writer is the Senior member;

I, when a piece of information picked C. McNeil is proprietor of his business. and had resided in Qcala for a numberof I the firm of Maguire & Voothis jfc !

I :: up maybe of inestimable value to an Auto Supply Company in Talla '08-Eugene C. Bryan is engaged years before coming to Miami i H. ,M. Voorhis my partner, ia'

: y him in ,his work. He is judicial in hassee. in the real estate'business at Haines three years ago. She was a member graduate of Dickinson Law CoBep

t his, attitude, always fair and reasonable '14-Guy Wilson is farming near City, where he moved from Lake of Trinity Methodist church and of Carlisle, Pa. We enjoy a TOJ
Tallahassee. Hamilton. of the order of the Eastern Star.
-J and extremely energetic. satisfactory practice.The .

tH ; 'a few of the qualities '14-Chas.'A. Martini, Agriculturist : '10-Judge H. S. Glazier is countedone She leaves, two sons, M*.L.
I'' which were ve have led to success for the,S. A. L. R. R., attended the of the very good criminal law- of Miami, and L. B. Mershon, ment worth while since seeing y

meeting of the Association of Southern yers of Manatee county. They Arcadia, and a nephew, Ralph Bear-
'\ in the past and we believe that; much say last is the arrival Qf the junior m ea
t more will be written of this alumnus Agricultural Workers in Atlanta also that he is quite a politician. den, of this city, all of whom, together ber of my family, who came to Blast

February 22nd and remained '11-James B. Armstrong is with the daughter-in-law, Mrs.L. .
sometime in the future. ovfor, a suc- October. We now have a ps
\I a meeting of Railroad Agricultural cessful farmer and trucker of Terra B, Mershon, were with her at the and. boy in our household. .

I, Workers immediately afterward. Ceia. time of her death. Funeral serviceswill From time to time if anything develops

I ALUMNI' NEWS NOTES. 'l5-T. T. Yarborough is still act- %'l\-John A. Embry recently returned be conducted at 10:30 o'clock this that would be worth yea

i'\, ing as.Justice of the Peace at Misco- from Russia, where he served morning at the residence, and burial while, I will be glad to drop you
i 02Dr. Cullen Wilson of Sarasota
B. -
sukee, Fla. He is still free and un- the government as a Vic ,-Consul. will be in woodlawn Park cemetery, d line.

\ has been very ill suffering withan bossed, (single). '12-Jam'es A. Howze, Jr./ is living under the direction of Skillman "& "' With kindest, regards and Dedit

abscess on the back. He has re '16-Gordon Brown Knowles, the in Palmetto and running an Abstracting Spruell, undertakers.' wishes, I am, .
cently returned to hiV! home in 'Sara-
\
t '
successful. prosecuting attorney of business in Bradentown. He mar- Yours truly,
both from a three: or four weeks so\ Bradentown, Florida, is afraid of but ried Miss Louise Hartman of Louis- PAY YOUR DUES. N R. A. MAGUIRE, '
journ in Tampa Hospital. ,
a
\ one male in Manatee county. That is ville, Ky.. several!., years ago and is <
I l '04-W- K. Jackson, Jr., lawyer of his The Secretary of the Alumni Association i
year-old son, "Snookims. who the proud father of two daughters.He EAST FLORIDA SEMINARY
: Jacksonville? *, has recently returned rules the wishes to urge that all who 1 II : '
household with a rod of is considered one of the best citi- f REUNION.

t, from Columbia': S. A., where he was iron. zens in the county. have not paid their Alumni dues to ---1-- \

,, representing the United Fruit Company 'I6-The many friendsof Herbert '12-SaW 'Wahnish is in the tobacco I PAY UP AT ONCE. It is only $1.00 Py Eli Futch.

in legal, matters. Sawyer and ""Gabby" Knowles, both business with.his father at T}- for dues, and if you want the Alumni An event which should engage tat .

I N '05-R.: R. Bradley, circulation graduates in law in the class of six-. lahassee. Edition of the Alligator, add fifty interest of all University of Ftonfa i

t'1'\i\ manager of the Atlanta Tri-Weeklyt' teen will be interestedin the following '12-Dr. W. Herbert Wynn is now- cents.' The Association has been unable students and authorities, is that of '

Journal, is keeping "Bachelor's Hall": copy of a very neat announce- engaged in the practice 'of medicine. to make any loans the past the reunion here in Gainesville OB

i these days. His little girl has had a ment card, which they have mailed, '13-Moseley C. Collins is in the year on account of lack of funds, the 8th and 9th of :March of all ex-

j hard' case of whooping) cough and his recently: electrical business in Tallahassee. He but, if all will pay up promptly, we students and graduates of the East
\ : wife has taken her south to the warmer in this'
can. help out
"KNOWLES &_ SAWYER quit the navy to enter this line. of matter. Florida Seminary. The local committee -

1 ,: climate Pensacola. Attorneys and Counselors at Law work X in charge of arrangemeati,

\ A' '05-A. M. Henry! assistant State {I Bradentown Fla. Sarasota: Fla. '13-Harvey S. Hester is connected C INTERESTING LETTERS FROM- have outlined two days of entertain
i '
i Chemist, and Herman Gunter State I Gordon B. Knowles Herb't S. Sawyer with the moving picture business in. ALUMNI. ment for the .big crowd of eX-stadent's

Geologist, recently made a tour of I Announcement: Asheville, N. C. who are to be here from aU

\ the state investigating the Soft I G. B. Knowles, of Ilradentown, and '14-Percy; B. Armstrong of Terra Amoy;_China, 5th' Jan. }922. points all over the state, and many

Phosphate situaton. They traveledvia H. S. F. M. O'Byrne, Esq., the slate sad ,
Sawyer, formerly of the firm of Ceia is selling auto stock for the points from without

the world famous Ford. | Noble & Sawyer. Jacksonville, announce Florida Export Motors Company of University of Florida, the cooperation of University of

t '05-Ollie M. Jacobie of Tallahast I the formation of a partner- Jacksonville. This firm manufacture, 'Gainesville Florida. Florida organizations is part of the
1 ;i see has resigned his'position with the Dear O'Byrne
ship for the general practice of law the Innis automobile. : plans. ... ,
'
,,> Commissioner of Agriculture and i is in Manatee and Sarasota counties. Of- \ '15-Ross G. Olliphant who finished Kindly accept my hanks for the -The East Florida Seminary, as as _

I now in the Comptroller's office. I fices will be maintained at Braden- the short, course in 1915, is work- first number of the FLORIDA AL- institution of that name, passed out

'07-Dr. L. T. Patillo had the mis town with Mr. Knowles in charge ing for the Royal Palm Nursery at LIGATOR, under date of November18th of existence when the law known as

1 fortune of being run down by an auto I and at Sarasota with Mr. Sawyer in Oneca and developing a place the 1921, which reached me today. the Buckman Bill became operative.
up '
on Peachtree Road some weeks ago. charge. "* riveV. Yes, he is still single. This is the first, publication of the I That law was passed in 1905, which
.
He is now out of the hospital and "has !March 1,1922." '15-W. H. Taylor Jr. who is mine University which I have seen for created the present University of
,
I resumed his practice, but has not ; '17-Paul Vetter, a member of the forerpan at the Coronet Mine near seven years, and I must say that if Florida, and the Florida State Col-

t I fully recovered. firm of Baldwin\ and Vetter, lawyers Plant City, has a six months' old the old school has progressed and lege for Women. The same law
'08-Charles M.\ Fisher. Mr. and improved as has the ef
of Jacksonville, .has been holding boy. 1 FLORIDA ALLIGATOR abolished five state institutions

Mrs. Chas. M. Fisher of-Miami announce down the entire business alone while t '16-P. Harvey Moseley. Dr Crow I.will not' recognize it up- higher learning that were in ens*

the birth of a son on January his on my intended visit in November, tence and suported by state foadSi
is in
partner New
Orleans recently
s on legal was in receipt of a Christmas -
.
11. 1922 Phillip Ray Fisher. 1922.I East
names the oldest of which was the
business 'Vet" has a daughter, card from P. "
'09-R. Y. Winters, Plant Breeding who is now a old. Harley MoseleyrAmerican note that R. Lee Jarrell is in Florida Seminary. This reunion i'
year
Consul: Sydney, Australia.It .
of the North Paris and will
Agronomist Carolina him
'17-Capt. E. M. Yon, of the Class was mailed from India. drop a card when do commemorate the fifty-three years
Experiment Station, Raleigh, N. C., of 1917. Now l located at Andernach I reach there within the next fiveor of usefulness of the oldest institution
17Wm.
,' Kenneth, Collins
is in the
attended the meeting of the Association He six months. Ofcourse, I was interested of learning in Florjda, which traineda
Germany. was assigned to 5th mercantile business with his father
y .of Southern Agricultural Workers Infantry. S. A. J. W. Collins. in hearing of Jeff Miller, very great number of the states

in Atlanta from February 20th to '19-A. B. Winkle H. Schulz Junior, W. E. Em- foremost citizens, who are recognized
Crosby B. S. $. E., 1919, 17-H. Clay Crawford
i Jr., is
22nd, inclusive. He. was Secretary of bry, L. Sydnor Lafitte, Post Hallowes, as such in all parts of the state.
was obliged to :
i give his working the
up position in office of the
i the Soil Secretaryof the two Croms, and CItizens '
I
and. Crops Section. with am sorry to Many prominent and successful
the.Southern Utilities
State Tallahassee.
Companyon
\ '11 Dr. 0. F. He *js still say no others whom I knewlastbut traia-
t' 1 tt Burger judged the account of ill health. He has spentsaihetime single.- of other states owe their
citrus fruits ,at the South Florida not least-Pug Hamilton Globe instittttfra
-
{ in the north for his health I '17-Geo. H. Dickie is Post ing to that splendid old
Fair, Tampa. which is much Adjut- Trotter. I expect old George Durell which was located so many years &
now improved. Is
now at of the American Legion at Palmetto has*been hitting the
12Wm. T. Harrison high
of Palmettois sports Gainesville.The
I .
at his home in San
Mateo
i ,Florida. where he is one of the most since I last
him in th
saw 1914. I and
for the
attorney Manatee see of Florida
County University
'l9-D. O. Pinto, B. S. E. E., 1919; progressive farmers of that favored of
Commissioners. He also nothing Dr. Flint and I am. won- State Women are
( engages i in is now at Sao Paulo Brazil. Florida College for
region. He is .still
i. single, dering if he'
the general is still at the Univer- Ihe Florida
practice of law in Pal '20 successors of the East
-Dewey Dye,
attorneyBradentown. 17-Paul B. Howze is a clerk in sity.I I
i metto. Florida, purchased the law library the Manatee Bank Seminary, and the....other state instita-

l 'IS-Chas. M. -Moon, who is connected of the late Chas. T. Curry metto. County t in ,Pal- am leaving for Europe in July tons. which parsed but of active

j with the White Auto TruckCompany and after four or five months trip existence when the Buckms
( 96)) after his untimely deatn last I as such
1 } ,;;a in Atlanta,, ,- wash, married. summer. Dewey is enjoying 17 The engagement and approaching to New, York expect to see what Bill became a law. Therefore, the
last fall.. a very marriage, of Geo. R. Moseley to old timers .are. still there. eon--
-_._ ... -. -a.-.....t.. eeod. chars of the immen buainesi J Miss Louise Cloud of Avon Park The few'l University of Florida should be
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TRACK MEET ::. ::.-;">- _. -. .
TERCOLLEGB goes to the class that wins it three ... ''. ,
MARCH 11. years in succession : '
,
which
means .: :
that the seniors will have to .' /.;.' "i "
go
college meet will be held some if they '',1 Thebest
ne inter are to be the'pennant 4E'i4 ,
March 11 and the interclass meet guardians of the Jacobs cup. ,
% ,
AS yet the order ofcents
25.
March k .
; :! : : place s
been made but i
has not up INTERCLASS 1 !
BASEBALL COMING -
.
4 will include the dashes ,
schedule --_,._ SOON.
:41) to the 440 and the .
50 yards up -" -: r = :
,
i.-1) in Florida
) The miles :
and mile run As <
mile yet the inter college ,interclassand ,,: t
\\s also on the list, as are bothe inter fraternity baseball games
Jow and high! hurdles. The pit have not been scheduled but the lat .
t rjfl sec plenty of service in the ter part of March will see all threein to shop! '- .-
r events which are the run- full swing. These .
ping will '
,
games >: .
t g broad, the high jump and the probably be played by the elimina- :,;, : i '- -.... _.i 4< ,', : ;'. .:yJ
wyault. Some of our golfers tion system instead of the percentage -

rjfl show their putting ability with system, as the latter takes up
ie 16 lb. shot and the good throw- too much time.
.is wilf hurl the discus and the "TKa Store Accommodating1

win. SPORT CHATTER
r'.
., Write us your wants -
to
Dr. Manchester is trying arrange :
matters so that medals will The Inter-county basketball gamesare if'I when you can't come
.
given for individual honors in the coming along it} fine shape and it
inter class meet and possibly In thelitercollege is hoped they will be finished this .It\_the_heart_ofJacksorwiItemI

too. week.
..
The Adams Cup was won by the I -. -. .-- -- ,- ,- -
Engineers in the inter college meet While we are being favored by I _
-- -
will have to win having the champion basketball teams
but they
,
last year 1
that the University of Floridais If you want to see something interesting -
it t three years in succession before from all over the state here to visit
the greatest school in the South, I go out; any afternoon and
hey are given the right to keep it lets throw open wide our doors of ENGRAVED
watch Coach of
and that it's the only place for them I Richbourg's squad
The Jacobs cup was won last year hospitality and while we are treating'em 'Gators perform with the stick.
b the present senior class. This cup royally, make them all feel and ; to come next year. CALUNGCARDS "k

Captain SOl1e-says that in a few I ,

days we will have one of the best for young men I
tracks in the South. That's only whatwe
deserve and should have with

such a school as ours. Gainesville Daily News

Captain Sollee's band of warriorsare

LEE/ \ looking better each afternoon and 'Today's News Today'

vi "if they keep the pace they have set.
it will mean not only a trip to the

Penn. relays, but the taking away of
Iee faith some honors for "old Florida." Substitutions: (Union-"Brownfor Ii+t
ing J. Langford.

fib: "Come on, all ye who aspire to Officials for: all games: Referees
play volley ball! Let's get togetherand R. G. Manchester and Rex Farrior.

with the beat Jacksonville this year." Scorers: Thompson, Potter, Simmons
-_ zR By Weeks. and Henderson; time-keepers, Thompson
Gifford, Pipkin and Cook.

SMOKEROur NDF.Sl70'i'ByR 6'T FLORIDA REPRESENTEDAT Time of halves. 12 and 15 minutes.
at I. C. C. CONFERENCE Blue Series Percentages

I I 1-Union, 1.000. .
Professors Reed and Beck returned I, 2-Duval, 750. -
lifelong knowledge of choice to- Saturday, Feb. 25, from Atlanta, I: 3-Pinellas, .750. -V i
where they attended a meeting of theS. i 4-Sebring, .250. i '"
of manufacturing
baccos our years experience I
I. C. Conference. Jefferson, .000. ", f
and our up-to-date facilities are According to Prof. Beck no' actionwas II 6-Orange, 000. .

concentrated on making CAMELS theo. taken on anything of importance .

be produced. during the meeting.INTERCOUNTY. I I .
that
finest cigarette can I i"I i"------ ---- -

Into THIS ONE BRAND we put the 1 I I I ; A. H. DORAN 'II

UTMOST QUALITY. A better ciga- CAGE CONTESTS BEIN, GSTAGED I I t ii 232 East Main, South II

rette cannot, be made=even for a higher I t Bicycles! Accessories, 3< t tI

/ (Continued from page 6.) I 1 pairs, Flash! Light > an -I$
price. points for Duval while Bee made the : t i Baseball goods. I

CAMEL is THE QUALITY CIGA- lone tally for Sebring. The same team ------- -
work and passing that Duval displayed I -
RETTE-made for men who think for in other games was present in this ,
themselves-for folks who appreciate game. Everything Electrical

fine tobacco. The line-up: t JOS. J. SEYKORAPhone -1
really .-Duval (40)-Ferris and Barrs. p; .
ONE BRAND-ONE QUALITY Stanley, c; Flood and Simmons, g. t 307 Gainesville,
.
Sebring (1))-Bee and Schumaker, 4I 4iI .. __ ;
PACKAGE.That .
ONE SIZE f; Sebring, c; Heacock and Graham,
; .
is the way we keep faith with ne. g. J. S. BODIFORD
:''Substitutions: (Duval-A. Sim-
Smoker. mons for Stanley; Boyd for Ferris; and I
: / Stanley for A. Simmons; Ferris for COMPANYDruggists ;
R. Simmons.
: Phone 32
Union defeated Pinellas in a slow I h-
II
the ,I __ .
t game by score of 5-3. in the last :
game of the evening. The feature of J VISITING CARDS .

the game was the fact that both Latest Styles :
teams battled for 8 minutes in the ;,
first half before a point was made ; Special Prices ,
for either side. Union led thruout ; to Students -
the game, but shooting and passing ;
Order Now! ;r _
Was poor cn both sides. t
The line-up is as fallows: I Loose leaf note: books =: .
Union (5)-Langford) M. G., and and Supplies -
Knight, E., f; Langford, J. K., c; II
N.CCe zJ zJR Knight and Lee, g. PEPPER PRINTING f =
Winstoa-Salem I
REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO Pinellas ((3)-Dehon and Strum; COMPANY '

Gifford, c.; SaWs and Camel], ? I i



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t f ..-----..--...::......":".-.-.."...:..,. ._-.:..... '.. -_-:' __";;-"', ___ _' -.4- -""','''' i MINOR SPORTSMEN WILL INVADE World's: Student Christian vFedera- 1,
j 1
: JAX ON APRIL 23. tion in cooperation with official gov- RIBAIL .

: 1 .1. Greenleaf & Crosby Company On April 23rd the boxing, wrestl ernmental programs, as being desir- 'I

ing, volley-ball and swimming teams able from the moral and spiritual
_
will be in Jacksonville to meet the j I[i standpoints as well as from the immediately -" s

; ::L. JEWELERSJacksonville .. I Y. M. C. A. teams of that city.' It j'''I' practical one of physical it(

is hoped and expected that the results aid.j e
: Florida I'
will be slightly different from 'j "In giving aid for the relief of i II v

I those of the basketball games of a I physical suffering," Sir Phillip states, I II ofT r
Medals Class and Pins. Committees few weeks ago.
: Rings "there is extended at the same time ,i

I"V II in search of loving cups or trophies, suitable a DUMMY( 'EDITOR GOES TO JAIL. I'heartens that friendly the mind encouragement and soul. In which many j j A IPA

i f for Golf Tennis or other athletic events will t of Europe this need for the II IIII
i : The "dummy editor" is one of the parts relief offers real 1
; handiest things around a Japanese II of mental, starvation and spiritual i i values]
it
i an easy matter to choose from selec- r.! I by our system
newspaper office. His job is simply desperation is as evident as is the I II of i

i packages which we will l gladly enough. It is merely to go to jail need of medical help, more and bet j I

:td. :;: :jI whenever necessary.On I ter food, warm clothing and respectable I -SPRING SUITS 1I
; dull days the "dummy editor" shelter. The fact that the relief -j ji

has nothing at all to do except to i work of which I speak is a work ]i FromFASHION .
iV I sit around the shop and twiddle his f I for students by students has made j jI -
f thubs. But when business is brisk it all the more acceptable and all''! PARS

1 t lit! EAST FLORIDA SEMINARYREUNION. and appreciation and the active interest I and the cops come around to "pinch"I I I the more assuring as a builder of in-I CAMPUS TOGS

If: I .. on the part of this materially the place for having printed forbid I ternational friendship. I hope

It ; large hosts of the state's finest cit I den material, he puts on his frock '[the students of Nort hAmerica and I -SPRING HATS
(Continued from Page Eight),. coat and climbs into the hoodlum wagon other lands will continue to extend
izenship. Florida students and Flor-
o sldered by all ex-students and graduates and sell'i and spends a week or so in the =this friendly hand to their brother j From
f ida organizations must try
\ ; of the East Florida Seminary I calaboose earning his salary. f and sister students in Europe." I I
t the institution to them, as their own I -STETSONYOUNG
iI I {and' the other former institutions in spirit and fact; for Florida will ,! Meanwhile the real editor runs the I "Sir Phillip points to the dearth | ,
I : sheet in the ol dway at the
:' same i of professionally trained men and '
; of higher learning that went out with j profit as an institution much by I BROS.
:
,
I! same old stand. That is one of the ,women in various parts of Europe
I !i the E. F. S., as really the East Florida I such an awakening. So men, so organizations -i|: of maintaining the freedom of j i as i'iSPRING
if the reunion committee I II ways a result of war, disease and famine; : SHIRTS :
i' j Seminary transformed in name the press. Another is to print anything j to the obstacles the of
I invites cooperation, yield it grave in way j
t t and endowed for 'a greater sphere your I From a
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you replenishing this need and the
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t of usefulness. As the East Florida gladly, joyfully, knowing that you are im-I
II I !f serving your colege well in the doDo I dha and the police. !portance, therefore, of helping sustain !; :MANHATTANMETRIC
Seminary was co-educational, the -
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I Japanese subject
I newspapers are > the ,present student
generation |
i College for Women at Tallahassee lrg. I '
1,1 all times t oorders from the govern- of the Old World. Tha '
,Ii; preservation j -:
li is the alma mater of the women I I ment forbidding the discussion of 'of and I
institutions
: principles
Ji who have sleeping in the afternoon. essential
!. : added lustre to the fame your certain subjects. !
WILSON
to and BROS.
r'' 'of the old E. F. S. I Come to Sunday school in the morn- i One angle of the Japanese libel recovery progress will .
thus be aided.Contrary j
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'' By the right kind of co-operation ing. I law is to effect that whenever a citi-i t
i'i,' i h>> and spirit on the part of the University I zen challenges the truth of a news- { to a wide impression in j SPORT SUITS INBfc
this country, the student in AND
: of that Russia to- BLUE FLAK\
Florida the the was
during reunion, If some of money paper story concerning him and complains -
I: and nothing else is expected, the institution spent in the wedding of Princess that he has been injured by it !day, Sir Phillip states, is not having WITH EXTRA P A."TIBAILE!

has much to gain. It has Mary\ for more display, wedding I the newspaper must print a denial of i willy-nilly, t oimbibe Bolshevik doctrines f

t. the opportunity to make these fine gifts, etc., had been used to feed the story. If the wording of the wit hhis studies in philosophy)
people who will attend the reunion,f some of the starving war orphans iai i denial is longer than the offending and literature., The Marxian teach

\ appreciate the fact that Florida, is ;Europe, it wouldn't be necessary to : story the newspaper can' collect full i i ings, he said, are virtually confinedto I ,
,their alma mater in to the ;' a special section of the curriculum. '1
well
spirit as ain make quite so many appeals advertising rates for the excess word-
I V :: fact. Florida needs this feeling other side of the Atlantic for aid. ing.-McGill Daily. I This is the case, he states from per- ,

I -.. -. --- jI I sonal observation, at the Universityof Franklin Street Cor
::1 ___ _______ Porter: "I dunno, missus; lessen, it I Zazan, in which city he had unusual Twiggs

,i The Alachua Restaurant and Lunch Room 'I wiez to git it on the railroad." opportunity late in 1921 to study
't the conditions
current in educational l TAMPA, FLORID!
; Sign in front of College Inn: "Get
$W t REDUCED PRICES circles. Owing to the of
paralysis
shine in the 5c. !
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;communication
I. t Half Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot t Edwards (decide for yourself which ) and and the general political -
i Phoae 507 t one): "If it wasn't for these darn economic situation, few .
a.... Gainesville, Florida 01 tne great institutions of higher
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E I h Kelley-Miller Music Company ---1 REPORT OF INTERVIEW WITH ,Those at Keef and Odessa are closed. 'measures of cooperation vitlk

DEALER I j SIR PHILLIP GIBBS. j But the Soviet Government, Sir Phillip .| tarian work is taking &
I 4 i reports, has been attempting to while in this country to l feeip
EDISON AND BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPHS t '!establish
;} By K. A. WILSONIn new universities at twelve American students of the.edit.
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fL String Instruments and Supplies the conditions.
,t M i NNM.M pOI .. America, Sir Phillip\ Gibbs, author ,! rope is having to fight tad i
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-- ---- --- ---.... ..-. and war correspondent, pays a tri- At Zazan Sir Phillip found both the valuable results IB the;
I it I FIRST NATIONAL BANK bute to the usefulness of the Euro- professors and students struggling I I I relief movement daring the pf
student relief against almost insuperable and half. t
pean work which their odds. A a
Incorporated
1888
t support has largely made possible, professor at the famous university I
I t 1 1 Capital, $100,000. Surplus. $150,000 t and urges that the service "carry was getting a salary of but 150,000 NORTHWESTER*

I, 4',' t GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA t on." He regards these relief opera- rubles, scarcely more than enoughto I UNIVERSITY LAW

(' I .:it; e______ .... _____ __ tions, as conducted through the buy a pound of tea. Sir Phillip I .
t f,f! t purchased a pair of shoes in Zazan I I (The oldest Law School o I! CJ

................. .................. .............. I for dents 750,000, he says rubles., are still Only being medical rationed stu- j I I:to Summer Wednesday Term,, August Wednesday 23,,l tJ-

V I I by the Government, but this is insufficient I Fall Term opens Monday S(

t ::: only for one scanty meal The Summer Faculty includ
Catering to the I
: young man a day. Nearly all students spend the bers of Supreme Courts of*

.y day at whatever work,.will Colorado, Soot"
: bring them i ing States:
that wears up to date and : any return and the ngive their evening West Virginia and Illinois '
I to their
'1 iS i I ly clothed, studies. They are poor-j' Requirements for Admi 1 P i it t
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neat merchandise. Showing il I little fuel or light I Candidates for a degree: ;i
and textbooks are so few that they satisfactory completion of tiff

.t the have to be passed about from one i i of college study. I
_ p latent styles in every- : .to another. Owing to lack f paper ,j I Special Students. Proof rJ if

i : and pencils, oral and memory work I tion of four years of high sits f
thing is ,almost
V 1 new. wholly depended upon in equivalent.
study and recitation.In I.Auditors. Members! of the I

I : SOUTH many large centers in central J either cannot mee ttbe aboVt
: SIDESQUARE TRULY THE SIGN OF i "Europe conditions among students I' ments or who do not ask ffr
LOUIS are similar but
not always so for studies.
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:1 ed by Sir Phillip. He expresses deep address Secretary of the I LaT'

....................... ........ ....:1 the sympathy with all fforts to relieve j Northwestern University I Buit ftL)

many thousands of needy, worthy V Pest Lake street, Chicago,

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U VT IFOR A GREATER la FLORIDA Ow, Vol. X. UMLVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH ;8, 1922 UI '4 ESQUERADERS BACK FROM SUJCCESSFUL T R IP FARR LITFS HELD VERY SUCCESSFUL ANNUAL BANQUET FLORIDA BAND MADE TRIP TO TALLAHASSEE "Spanish Nights" Scored a Hit Pro minent Campus LiterarSo-' Rendered Fine Program at Colinth MnyTonsInlu. ciety Entertained at White| lege Auditorium and Also at in Nine-Day Road Trip. House on Friday Evening, I Governor's Mansion. February 24--Lee Ball Was _ After a successful trpi thr-u the State. the Masqueraders returned Wednesday morning, tired, but satisjed that they had put on a show enjoyed by every audience, and a great credit to the University. Forty-five made the trip, having a special cart and baggage car, and carrying all their own scenery. The student lb)dy ean bi assured that the University was appropriately represented in every city visited. The first perfarmaiice of "The Spanish Nights" out .f Gainesville was given at Ocala, Friday 17th. to M audience not as large as expected. d'* to lack of advertisement. The mext, given at the Tampa Bay Ca-. ato Saturday nmght in Tampa was to a rather small auditn e also. Monday morning the caste rallied lo the occasion, and did their own advertismg. That night at the Centro Asturiano Club Theatre they played to a large house. The boys were entertained and treated wonderfully by the Tampa people. At Lakeland a lair house witnessed fSpanish Nights The people there nfre also good to the caste, showing them a wonderful time. At Orlando aitho Lou Tellegen was billed in town the same night, they played to a fair *ldiencee. In Palatka the audience fl. a disappointment, due largely to hdck of advertising. St. Augustine received the nhasqnermders in a wonderful manner. 'The frilows were given the bet p>osuible backing, and entertained like PflDCeS The ladies of the city were 'ii charge, and here the best audience cf the trip was jphuved to. Even tanding room was all sold The sum of $200, cleared from the advertisements on the program was proaentedi to Major J. F. Conoley for Nnsqueraders. After the pet1" tote, Friday night, the caste w'V. Fited fi a masquerade baUl given Urs. Lawrence Lewis, owner of Fiorida East Coast Railroad. A good amdiente witnessed the si *t Jacksonvilie Saturday night,. Ppope loyal as usually they are to the by the how the cvCething Sent there by the l'mversltv. At Tallahassee the Masqueraders Wre 'net by the band and were given Wonderful reception. The F S. W. C fF v.,,.al..-. ToastmasterXlmt,nii 1' 27, "a : pleast ztrnd cr,"wd The White HIOUse vwas the sent "f the annual banquet lsvenr hy F-ani Ijtera, So ivty on Friday 'smn, Febh. -24 A bout firty-c igh t memniber, of Farr I itt. and their guests atful .' itnmli the Sot-litv. The table-,o arr-angrdim symbolIn/g Lit. ocLt V w aeflovied a mt Lif al, piededaI n the dmmiin the form (it A b.oth El Ixh. lv. Farri, fr namevd wa 4 presidk-rt of an! 1,li wh>4m) tI< t I I speaker if the '-enmng anid alsir-e---sj his audience tin the histoiry, rL-al arid tnibulntions of tht. Ltetat tcietie, on the campjUs. Dir. lair hiithe life histones if so h ci t~e wvorked oUt to a Sute Dry. M Lii[hrel. following Lir Fati'. advised the member, of the Son-,etyv never to become weary of their prIaileges anid duties to their societlet. Dr Enwall of Teachers College empjhaizcid the ,nmportan-ce f uitlate to the toliege man beca~uset if its meintal discipliti. I ebate des tip' the literars man. 1)r. (r row. lr. Roemer and li nf Beck were on the program, but were unable to be present at the ha nquet Faculty mtmbttrs present included ih Si mpson, lb. Bristol Di. Ltigh, I r Leake, and fPvf. Black. These men responded to calls from the toa-t mnastel fir extemlput aflte diU' Major Van Flect gave a brief nsU ih into the p)1oSpectts for next 'eat's football team, Gerge Stanie cvpoke ln ( )ftemlag WrI MV X ritei km prensed the fact I hat a ftc r all "Fat her' wri tv with t he lest of them. EatIl .Jne elitel taireil' ih b:faculty alphabet. B stand, for Bristol, our Socitikzy shark, C for ( o0w. wh mnkae, us toe the iarik F for Farn who made BullHr renowned. .M for Murphree, the Fatulty', hound. -4 lfor Leak, who lives J. Bryan V for Van Fleet, our mnil itay Vsi-l S for Simnpsoti, who is not a 'miii I. fur I tig h, whose course, ar i anl t.m p4 (I dlay mnsfmbers i-i th e boai d of TIallahast, during '''nm-t :lkh buiiu 1m ifth i''t the C, tiio 1 V nloni T h itu neil to K one-'h iH' ialariila te te' U (OPpitd I meii if Sh-kl, tin ,.ni, I t a ith 'N 'I--,1i -4 4. *''p tie 'ft t hiSanti ''t Ve i -ca ,v. b tm U ndlr the directed n hour;:, the baseball (q pitc hera, i showing I$ C oacl p e>ua t ap-dlv COnilttamf. The all k:nds if form. arid with Captain Xa aI ret ('tIng, the battery will be will taker Care of Beasley andii S.ott .i'' -ettmg the pace at tir-< and Bang c I,(,. likt a big Ivag-uti at -et uandt Rt I, an' Blake bitt Inin, air ii; real ,hti a -hirt ani Bra un, 'iF 1)uckw~ 'I U at in tIlti pu ktd -n h whh to mH gOlid bit 'ew with -hisu T It i bef, hi": 4 the, + best "Ut, + 4 fi t+ +4 MI 3IoiUTbt allied cam, ft rst m tl S Stins'f ', mi>nut' 'whenr one son-ndti rheiefi,a '., praft i I, (ajptal' 1 id -e -I'Mt two "iCk, t!] I of I b' 'ut i t ('i f,*-t m nu Bol. si-u 'ig ud V"n H i Iu -'itOa f~at -'2. Stunu' Ii 'I' (LI 4 .l.t. *' -LI ~iiJ Nj, lit hi ill, I i :t-. it4 tminIt A BASKETBALL TEAM UNABLE TO ENTER S. I. A. A. TOURNEY Injuries~ to Morse chief reason whiGators lDid Not Enter Race Team Expetted to t op the Flag. i'uztn -V held ii At lit S ti fi h'a, tat Ial a s .'' l'-ii.u -t .1 pithee at I m~t l I l'i ha'e thebest -,a-n hs --i helule ha'it hi.-, -t, but Vn i the lirst y Lix ii liiio Mars h 22 puebw tt gamiwith i-r Ph~ ddliihia will lie a ethai late, but Mcci me~t I arln u-u (p. ''I putb i' -the S N (l E. G;ATOS. +4 Toch'tag-dha for the tamp +4 if 'iir sittr imetituton 1 -+ cry mian -how hia true reard +i for I S. XV C, by contributing 4 af 'i-I e poible to the furii 4 A tag. eler will see ''ou, ,Vt + tin't failt be r-ady+ letbat k them, a' they ep ported the "Magiuerader. "Wi+ mhu-t It it thinm he di-ap;Nimt + Fellow. turn out and bsult that old (later h.pitality Shakespeare wrote preti' good plap, hut tsh \ivhts -ell-'drne ~SpanNE~4S BRIEFS State high 'whool ha. rias hrhf held here. Hij& teanm wins out in final. \fasqueraders return fro road trip. H-aseliail squad rapidl. .ket ball -em mn lone getting Li 2 hI-o Lit w.1,a w ''I Ave LA Au~ t .tti -F' *wi w H') the '
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by the score of IS-4 in the first game of the Orange series in. the County basketball tournament. the "Polkers" trvtted out on the floor Interand administered the "Leonits" Langford and Brumnley starred for AMachdid great work for Hillsboru. The score at the end of the 1st half was 4-2 in favor of Alaehua, who came back strong Sri the second half noig up ponents. and succeeded a good lead The sne-up over their o .5 as follows: Alachna (1 ,-Langord anid BramnAlachua game Thursday. ley, 1; Janmts c: Scut tinews, guards. Hilisbor, 4 -Ediy .u. .d 1at se,-er drubbing to the ttune of 22-5, in a hard and fast clearly cessive game. outclassed because of avoirdupois of ry h ys but nevertheless a manly scrap. and P xhey e, uab Towles. ; a abstitutions: for Hansen, Al il am t Hansen f{,r WHIlamns. Lake defeated Miam, mn a -trenu.the the Polk counthey put up Norton was the inpoint winner for talked the most Polk. while points for Leon. Frequent fouls were called on both sides an~d neither possessed much aauracv :n The lirne-Up ad Philips. McDonald, C; Owens and BRe g Im~media:y fcoo.ng :h:s gavre. shooting-. mis game by the score of last game of the eveng hard the battle wa 21-2 .> : i'. by ttt ,,shownr, fatt that no pointwere made either team until 9 n,:nutvs ~i V ex ticked off by the -znp wa:n', Entz taged a g--ai score at the end of :3A .s as follows: Polk i22,-Keniney and Hair. Norton, c, Wuthrieh and Dickey Leon 5'-Godbolt and f: mi favor of Lake for Lakr Tb tine 1-: t-a.f ;na.In ttr-e--Xd half Lake came bact ,.uccessful in g. Q ver Miami. Wise brad, running up a g'vd ea'i The lanrup ,Lake 12fl-En:z ---Alexan~der. f; Kixh c. The Lak vict-ri. 1< ad I as 1s 1LzxwIFar5 c: Hew.:: and Rtavr, e: 2 ,-Sherman arnd Bra:v Burn antd : nrat e ,i t ( r the \Weav r. Nizan' g. xv,'stare it ATne Mathew See~tenz te y Ua: Tr 2-. Ce E I -n ,IEtefrZ 'Saturd: -r. and nreJg'i Jan->. mx2Thtganre wat fl-a: v I ea .f he na-fI.h .t -f rit h ~.!t~i'tIf:h pan V t Tse i.rst-ufl f s:ow, Lak, 27 --Fahs: :Hw wss a ae eae se -a ace see *eameaeasseeaaaesp -p a Ivcrywhere you may turn in this store the-e day. ) ou '.iiI find mew artri'. Le n ,--G'ibetz 2 f Tu'x yr, .Ah SU t-z-z. Ut r A hm're: As hm re R a Fell tm." lads ia s: thl.t.r V ganmr 1-v tr~e secor4d strong ar: hehd Paul and Eddyv indsv:dual p'':n: LtI Wt-rya '4.d, B>ra J.: LV. XII --IL>--. N>' :t -N gan:hH :he-V :he s -re *.f 74 kaf H zr I \:am:~ t 4 u fr H !I-ho~ e weVe -r get2ere wr., and Coe starred for i\Iamt. The brie-up >s as follows: Hillsboro 27 -Phi~ns Water .r.i Ed:;. f; Paul v: Webb ar.:.Mr Drna ee Miamr. .41---Burr Braf ec Subststutions for Webb: anlo Wen-rr and W:iilant. ,. eH'labor,-\WVt. Bee for M)d e i. for Bee. Mc~na!d to Webb In the las: gamn S e after:. e lxLt"rfr. pear. 4 I Eh' iVI~ i -A.ac -Ha1 4 -Pvu. : 0---Levr Bin r-rnr \V&tJl. played rL mr S 1r 4. 7*Lrst ::, Aiachua d earmr by ii ad nrettyv Cears~ ", .& f mnc of the I Af Shirs-a-k yocr friend. They are made modek. i: materia:eriee :n t eric: dressy-looking V QUALITY n me -eason s :ast; patterns Ucfa. figh: bzr :h:rn t.' uA. a'>-< best and I-, Th I, fast Series) 1 i in February a f; 23rd, -if I --. si' led and produced for I I I I I I I I I Coe, C: and 5 WHITE at remarkable S. 1:. 4 2 unab.e f; c; ----:<3 -a w S : The up

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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR PAGE THRES LYIRY rHEATI gwTrOF THE i GRANDE SATED &IEAE ICOL'S PARADI FOOL'S PAEADN Tha. Migas in TWNIER OF Si -MC RE SE j TARS g'RTING GOODS Reais Football hegball Bzpiketball QU'ALITY-SE RV ICE bird Hardware Co. GATOR AQLARtATS Wi meet on U yard yard: A the work A Jack BL] Bla' T Sec red ci h comn Spori Dr. prop -IM AGAINST ROLLINS. mtuh RolIbnat Wmnter Park on4 Pe og.ra an "oo Enough" is sur m, 200 yard relay, diue,50 bak astroke plUfe +not good enough large squall ha> bevn out for g laH ew ay and some real in Porter's Fitform Clothes for yotng -enu next week and men and older men who want to esenteer IE WNYT E ~ pages in t no e spo tti ti't v~ incliud thc 4nt G i.'A ti,? I. ~ iU 'r n)1IOr C t ~.-o he NEW SPRING sLtGGISTI )N LABEL +, It ta"t A. fw F-' Gt ARANT i: QU AIXI STYI.ES WITH TlE 4 SiA 'I It r THAT THE~f P CER AN ADDITIONAL, )E 1 NQUALJIiu if I '1 I ti I -S t t .j. I he I A \% .nfn! tHifl tt~ tb It. -A'. S. Ii .t t E tr thing Men and Wi'n -.Wear \ *'~1.-i *1~ M XV II I 0 0 -I E B. M.TENCH I n1e 5v i je. IF Ior'i dt S IL 0 E it" .Jacksons ille. Corner +, Bas anid Laura 2' II* *MM M M + MM MM MM M M V ~ in" -U'' V 2~~ \ -ORA(JN NORAII AtOVELTIES Atand Gift Shop httuesnd ILitdr I -ae *~1 I I A I 0'. I-lU'-I, ~i I si V.1 M12" ft (~i I'~ N -\% uEl'I n < V K. -hi I N & Co. DRUGGISTS ThE REXALIL STORE Agent to, 'ti~sand Nor rrs (Candie Fla. DR. TENCH Dentist Wffie Graham Building hftPhne: Res. Phone: 369-J lit-il hit 'I '-i'd, hr ii ~1 vi' I k d a h iht A .~ .t" i-I." in 2*'; But k-man. AC. HAL IIEfl ER~ l)FTF \IEP -. a -1--ARTS AN!) > IENE I Rats C C) Bra tly z.nd ma upheld the Ag. and 5. Rat Tuesday ese I' the debatmez ,cputatiofl oliege bV dett-atng the team m) A diba ~rlng In The Ag. Rats u ph ci tnI aCle(I of the quest i 'rk, it xvnia het t!' e of A P'eabody Hlaild the affirmaon "Rtsonvei InWelcome Back. Masqueraders, --m th appropriate reprenat thioughuut the State. I, .ridti -9 and Congratulations o f the U niersitv .9 r ww. t I -N It H EITFORM Gai H 0 I S IN r, L~ wrCOLLi M hi' ( C h~ i 3 *1 I: 1 S~0. V.g InbflDUL t en f1 r .9 L. 7 a G S last t e h best libisdayn

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'I Editor-::-Chief --Managing Robert Wray hidard Sias Hubert Weeks Ilobert fpint Harold E>. h K. K Hlan-n, Assz:.ant Assi't Manag Sporting ni Sp, -t~ mrg F it Cr (Continued from make the attempt. toek advartage of zh Editor assure the ~g Editor rti Ed~t.r. a str Ex barge, I c e al, do ter girls that Page C Charge )ne R ) eg ero1 e opportunity "Florida" wo best fur the tag-day. Al 2. 1U 1. M. t heV marched Grenrs t .,,or nfl arnd play ed tMtation a id tn c e W jc' Wa> .t G UU:m Hardee. to the beamong After t:; on a .on < fthe hoard met r. iho "Masqit aderfh~ 'grztm .a-folw. AStitanx Septemrb.r S, 1912., bu-,nes Lusmnes, Maar Manager at: hr posttfiice at of Ma r h 2d 1S79. $1.70 the year. iks: \tart 2-light Sa' airy S VaLse Mignone. 4--ie icSheik p --Nab -Tit is our pleasure th schools hxe ot t he lu iMan as ourf T iests Statc. one time that opportunity ~i school tO have r1 r C Tt -~~ Atari I IX vaa Rant V :a tn-, <: th< band wnfl mad mll u *Kk'A I t th Athlet& VOW A SS(t on the VON r lfiJ)!VS-ion .eIatI that it ull Ir upU t yOur K0 Ih El f\ Cr. uI p lStI} thic into have been here k ni that I Qb V. ( mrn c tn 1; V. A. D -1 value :.nd style (iuihes zMt hat tan 11 eI At Sru mn th L. ( Ln v Demand Society 1 Hlaan S Ar, featured Mail erdtert TAMPA, ALt 'A we have the bl,t State University in the e school graduates vi go out of the State I Iatr I to college each Iiit t here Sear. are as y t their OWnH We hope th >omethvh > tate -ch It!-> HR P Ed" ariH. L. Edward'. T. J It, a' niet hteam> oft arvard as ha.'ket.eam tn T ro nt or. 't. A -tfe set non Anthony B Le r & S 'A 'A A country every 1922-2:}. 'a-Al. i.~' -a' 1 H I\l I' tI>-' 1 --and but your rnorning associated! ye' are but a i w of the t hings0f ox er a thuu -ar I thm V.e h'e nl\t tr A 'A Ordinary japan C onsxsts oF a inflammable rough, rubbery tarM Iv SC n~The '-, 'Gator 'spirit"' I. L-.-I Jar r Si Ct uK interested In the first colleges that will uld have for next n promise be able t( season. the major o take on H Much. In boast of a t Practically greau sea>'n, a metal-coaxing \arrush i War uten "" -it inveaugatmg are promwirem

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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR PAGE -a --Sn' S tI~ a V --SOCIETY ANDi CLUBS DnlA TI\G mented the comnuttev on the hu JASBLI Tt n u* Rplendld work that h4an ee drw in that co nnecti n. Mt -reported in the finant ni'i I eet a: itt banquet. Mr. M-rrin rem rted o Sralu mar meigiitro~ let' dibt -~. ANTHONY'S~ 0 New Spring New ea Mi asc Suits Trousers ; :~e rrat,~t~ ort '' r f ed~t by a fnse, illenthal on brougZht out all ete, anA ga't Murt of "The of a 'U'' the novel efor the week was t loid --, ion 0 Ref the ftnd~ ~!-t pondin::z t5 ltx Sv' staan'Ur t ft. Ibe and t~ subniit I ) e abody me ju~ New ne Manhattan Shirts Club. Mr. Hlendry, fromt John 4 arshall, made a few uompl mnrtar\ even tho they were trim The meeting was si'tat det e. t .the member adjo Urn -c', uld A ND t heSot et y ed at .3 caterailh etrena propt rt', geo-uecands .t iat is od wdge einmpiOiicd the afL Stevttfl, deft-n IB. 1L Jexnifgs rena ttf :e judge'ii A i ( ub II,: KF 'iteso on Mar h~aM thy obGe 'rgia asquet ,.hic e my fture are abt -to be hlI doa zui'L timfl thanked fr th NC;. :* i Ar'Id r 0 f.,e '2 :h* ,-a
-ea: ne side irg nalft mya -ultablt cup the t'.hegt w! mlIU cf three whith will G$ tOrg1a and tflree y ea rC Florida "s hwi-' AV THt. meetm ll che-e for the Rat debate ti"t'n to gS( into a anti St enle Rats. a body ct1:on anti to I~t body tV U .i o II! '.M ai 1ii et '~ w er-al lU-trN rvih, weie I .gainis Ar.tdjourne. in it-dr z' *.' S (tI E T SSIGMA4 biN I ( )mvron A2 4' *Lfl~ ~-Tht gut-t!+r;m the Ur: a rLarmlpr 01 s trs. -it :srr -~ -K.: g~ztnerrz j ~ I,. I-7.A 'w It. A -r I I-.I\ -\ I \Is V LI Cas~aCO Weaver '0 UH tLAW> (tEANING AND 1I'tM" ----ceo e e e a 0-,i I I in F. LA roUt Agne.-hear Mabt-P, was a uaeS5. marriage Becky-YVOU don't Agnes-e5: thc marrned 4' I. FIVE e--a 3e Flannel 4 W. I)E4 4 4 9 4 I. I. I I I Vt vth ii~i ~ir I ser:-amimm-Alalla s. comm:t a a -+ the date of Ine 4bate v u! eld to ine z.:.esobtv of e-n e on the ewen s say +++++++ ++ + + ++ ++++ + +

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as-a A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A A. A. A A S S A. A. A. A. GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPA NY Victrolas and Records D. ft. Cox, Proprietor :: ,:Telephone 8G + t INTER COUNTY CAGE Con itid I forward; S.ebr tg, guaid; Heactck,. In another emerged viii by for a score of I played Home as the tor J ffer son The line-n)): WL'w' V' V V V V V V V V V V V V VW 'V WV V Pinellas-Strun wards; Campbell, Lot your next Suit be a Gifford,. CONTESTS REIN STAGED roin Page ccntter; guard. citre game 1-10. T"o. Graham, tP ellas over Jefferson Strum and Gifwell for Pineilas, oUt tad in g and nh center; guards. Jefferstn-Clark wards;: Sauls, Foster, guards Pinellas ,core of OR test at In ba k fir STORE and ~ center4; defeated L while feature I'.I Saul, and Horne, for-I enton and Se bring 17-10 in a hard fou Saturday the end afternoon Th of the first half favor ot ir ellas Sebrmr by the' rht conle score was 7-0 g camne strong in the second half and :ht hard. but ii, no avail. Dehon Pinel aan Sbunmaker, for SebPhone 354 Rings tlt.L week. This tiil 'CI I Cannot afford to miss. Come in and see them. THE UNIVE RY BOO STORE I ------------Came I IN F Cleaning Garne treI x lte, 1"fr] f .11*. 1~ Ill I tit I ti~~' 'I. >1 I I -I e pt~ Iu kna I! abut iid Popular Goods at Popular Prices at BURKHIIM'S _--_ --------Now za the time tt buy The DunnPen, which is a practlcai. -. if-thixi'g, c nmmon sense founta in pen, WITHOUT BOTHEFR or a n ovance of a RUBBER SAC and is the future fountain p n FM le by L C. S311TH. Jeweler, Mouth Side Square. S P ORT I NG G OO D S Veotball Baseball Hardware of all Kinds I \ L k2s1IY S U hi pier 7n -Ji p T Summni QU: p u t f the n and reLt 'au a, tet'ttie vm an women Qf fIt) The Ma-tert tainlel in three I) Si the South atid mat ti 1t c el( It'k (ii Htas N I -J A L '2f LIe 7.i', an ntegral I sit V Year, the sma n in harar V t>. rther quarmm!I r Iwork. I ummie r Qn axr Ite i .brh ,, -. h & "n dar social & PIII( *~ -p NIEN ALWAYS Al-s C andie" Agency ICE CREA1, Street SEE STATIONERY. TOILET CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, A RTi'( WATERMAN JLES PENS U eZIQt~. I WE ARE (;IVING MPE( Alteration I :| S. t .frl at the II ANDI~ ([(T;Al a an opport D The Une Room 13. Guaman Dove, or i e d w oarg sh" -"a tr ynme

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_________ T FLO&TA ALLIGATOR FAG! SEVER THE TO THE FLORIDA S ECTI ALLIGATOR 0 N WANTED. neAocatwonal student ~ mawho said two could .a oneGOODBYE F. L. E. -tne ew fault *n I ha et he a SCflO us fly" good of EXPLANATION. VOL. NO. 4 to live 01 theh Ad sse ; oiug to the Alumni *1fa late. In explanation say that tNe editor, chief rr 'd "printer's devil" has been nrve! status for several weeks rge nt gez the material toSsccrer. It is hoped that our ~j-itaff" wifl be able to fun~cpomrtlY and properly here.ho: to promiseS are made, ~r .tniS: "It may get to you pnd shOW signs of haste--but reazi you eventua~yl" We bans Our very best. WOULD THIS WORK? t r.:e, Aiunr~n: ras often thought that AssxiatiOnl should be tfunrion to etployntert termanem.! tOO.C kfow aM setrclass,. wno kept :n tu mats of the a certain extert agency. If there AUumni Secretary the mer.b4-rs of uLno aj !i. Um I s ta,ct'uld ydye wek points wih ta -(. and tno a::of Cur alumni. he snould te to rendtr great assistance ir. the a, Lf LUr yearly crop of gradulit wo of ourme. co-operate 1.2 agenc:es now working m th; .Hr would act as a clearing las :: tnre He should A*@ L *tr the cu-vperatiufn of the 1r.: a:: otters. to place graduateti Ly ,md satnsfaetorilv and to help tht square pegs ;ntu square hgs,' tre bv rc er great servc ke g-duates and :, the state. ?.: d c:hrof thdeatht LNK MERRlN's (01 NTY WINS PRIZE. Isco Cta' -tf wn)a Frank G0 r as anp, fr .R.Bri 'nil $stte C:.untv Agettt. ?,i.rg :n seS %>e FMjSl Fa r Cr. February 2ndt gg 01Courtv Manrio county sr!OflO cufnStcutiVe exha:tas takes t. Florida rmd Pa kPentl shoA:r~g r-trt~r.agents. ThE ADMINISTRA men as c won held o 11. :hird. have 0ur~ty at of MARCH 3, 1922 50c PER YEAR The Alumni Supplement is prepared and published 15y the Alumni Association of te University. Th e Alligator staff and the University authorities assume no responsibility for anything publishe din the Aumni Suppement T'HE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA P AT JOHNSON, Pres. Kissimmee, Fla. Immistration building of the UnirsitThe nians fori tht t *~tA t Lh length bien this architec campus of $750 appropr! unit of Is tobe cent de When c building structur versity draw tural -ibe in the --Thelast ated $100,000 f this great ball an auditorium sign and large completed, the A will be the eof the kind campus jr this ni and the feature of ni a 'av cost the eighberbood Legislature r the first That unit of magnifiproportions. ministration ha. nsmest onl any unpart of the touintry-. The auditorium will be large erough to accommodate 2,000 stu. entsd. One hundred thousand dol-lars has been found insufficient by I this purpose. but the Governor has 5 agreed with the Board of Control that as much of this house be built now as the appropriation will permit. The next law-making body will be asked to grant arother $100.000 with which to fiih 3nd equip thi5 audirornum. It wud be foly to undertake to build an audstoriun; of smaller proporniens, for already the attendance at the U raversty is only three short of 1,000 men, and a town of the sIze of Gamnesville can easily furnish the other thousand, even now. From these facts g wi be seen trnat the capacity of the rouse is none too ,argef t e This auditormmn one o th greatest needon the campus. The gynnaslum is in constantt us y sids.,: ~ nadeuate for the number of students row ir residence. It : not a su:tat e p~c for chape e c less or Cnm emftErcs, conver:kote anti other UP.versity afThe &.J graduates 'w .reOt e tc krrow tPat :tnis try:r-g need of the .stiuttit .u~r t-be aieouatesy ta'ut:r .C., r O .fo ALUMNI NOTES FROM MIAMI. Narrns McE ya. College ejected Post I.mvrrnar~dert W. Seeds Post N.2to car Legion ,rJa2raY Join S .-z TION 2 arve. 1 -~ t S o~rge u Law ra~ 4 farLrrr .,i tre HARRY WV. THOMP SON, V. Pres. Pensaco Ia, Fla. Clark and Mur-eli, attorneys at is bragging about that new if his; he talks more about it most Mii mwn do about splerdid climate. law, baby than our F. A. P. Jones, of Lake City days, has built quite an extension to his home in Fort Dallas Park, making it a wonderful plate to live in. H EAR Y El HEA R YE! HEAR YE'! Let' all get together. How about a big class reunIon? You may ,emember that we :wo. whose flames appear btlow, were n.pointed a committee to kenr utton. wno nas already mrade culZP a nanr r ~,se a fron whr. we expft U ~" e.-n greater :n-r.g-:n the future, 3-mr. wa brrr la rch 15 1s1, at Pa xwa, Fisrrin For te Ier.et .4 the uralformerc. .4 whom thvrr arec anu.,ubteImv mary. would ,av ht Pawwav ;a a itt-e ,tatlon on thy A. C. L. t~enweer. Lakeland and Bartcw,. n rjar. --r aJe a. Put flr most nare exunmmat.'jr. John father was a: that tIme a section foreman. hut Lw, yearlater moved t., a farm nort V. : of Lakelarnd. whrre re -t: B. R. COLsON, Secty.Gainesville, Flt. ber of years. During his attendance in high school John had to go four and a half miiles to school, and much of the tune had to walk the entire distance both ways. It was reported that he was practically never late and that in his senior year he was not late as much as on even one occasion. In the mornings before starting for school and in the evenings after returning he had his regular share of farm chores to do and was not able to start on the preparation of his lessons in the evening until these were all done, some tunes not twtil nine o'clock. In the fall of 1911, John entered the University of Florida, and by virtue of having a diploma from the Lakejand High School he was able to en$.ar the Sophomore class This he did, enrolling in the College of Agriculmure. He was a most competent atudent in agriculture, but when returning in the fall of 1912. fo no *pparent reason, he decided to enter the John's college education was made possible by an abundance of nerve, determination and willingness to .work at any job which wold provide him with "the needful," for he entered the Unmversity winlxmut funds and continued without fund, throughout his course. Daring is first year he worked on the experiment station farm, fmrng hot houses at night and taking care of ether odd job. which came his way. Dunng the last two years he held a position in the dmnig hail, the position which at that time was designated "head waiter," but which was perhaps somnewhat analogouis to the position of "bouncer' in certain establishments that we have heard of. Be it said that he mamntained perfect order and decorum Zn the mess ball During hi1 college course John was a member of the A. T. 0. fraternity and its head. He was a member of ,the Theta Ribbon Smaety arid assistant business manager ti the Folbes Dramatw Club in 1913, its business manager in 1914, manager of Junior Prom mn l913, president Agricultural Club in 1911, secretary and treasurer of the John Marshall Debating Society in 1912 its vwe-president ii, 191%, and rts president in 1914 He was a member of the Internocety throughout the season. During the spring of 1913, lack of funds compelled John to secure a position. He was fortunate m getting a position as assistant Bill Clerk in the FloidaState Senate, and during his sta mTallahassee he took the ser end semester examnjnatiuns tinder the directions of members of the Supremnr Court who had been forwarded the questions by the Professor of the La f:Deprmetof the University of In t ve ver 4 jun iwel (h the summer of ling represent. ty of Florida 1914, Sutton was tive fur the Une and traveled the te fmx~n Key West to Marnanna. enrollment at the University iped from 477 the year previous tn the following year. which speaks [I for the efficiency of his work In I capacity. )n January 15, 1914. Sutton entered the practice of Jaw mn Tampa mi the office of A B. McMuler, at a saltry of $12.00 per week and experience He continued in that position only usnIl the legislature met in 1915, at which tpne he went to Tallahassee and served as Bill Clerk in the Senate. At the close of the legislatu-re he returned to Tamp. and entered int C, partnership with Martin Car. haLlo and later was in be office for a short tume with Hon. John P. WalL In the .II of 1917, he entered uon the general practice vf law for himself and has so continued to the present time. A year ago he was president of the Hillsboro County Bar As'catioon In the years of 1914 IM and .2P Sutton managed the campaign of Ht'r, H. J. Drane for (torgrss. Cur gressmai Drnne was elected in 11 over Hon Stephen M., Sparkman, wr-. was at that time Congressman fromn his district He was rt-eleeted mn 1918 without or positssrn and wa, again re-elected i 1920 in the face of very strong opposion. It is hard tn say just how much credit is due t4, Mr. Sutton for the success of 'or,. gressnian Dr-ane's campaigns, but certainly a iarge share of credit .s 4duhimt At the present tume, despitr. large legal business. John in ser'nng his Alma Mater as a member of the State Board of Control and as tern ing the ho,-tseultural and agricultural interests of the stte as a member of the State Plant Board. For the brn fit of those who mn.> not know uf the facts. would say that this is an urset fish service pure and .emple in it,. capacity he gavt ftum .Ane t, thre. days every month in acta atter.' 'ance at or traelIn~g to anid froum the ineetnrs of the Board, and beteen times he gives many hours of th',ught and time to writing letters. taiker4 with interested people, etec. for wh.en he would receive a great deal of cornpensatron for the same amount ,,f time devoted toc his legal business. A9 John i5the trnly real alumnu, of th. ( I

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PAGE l!GHT THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR WHO'S WHO AND WHY. (Continued frown Page Seven). daughter abeut three years old. tobn's office is in Room 608, Cititens tank Builing, Tampa, and he has associated with him Fred L. Housebolder,.a University man of the Class of 1917. Any doubts a to why John has made the success that he has winl be dispelled by a vibit to his offlee, where you will have an opportunity to see him in. action at almost any time, day or night. He is always on the Job and clients are coming into his office constantly; but there is never any sign of confusion iy his office. in his macner or in his handling of the canes that mme before him. He has the ability to lay something down, and no matter bow long he is away from it he is able to pick it up and go right on fnom that point without re-tracing his steps or refreshing his memory on the points already covered. It is a business policy with him, whenever .t all possible, to answer each letter the day it is received and to dispose of matters finally' as he comes to them. His interests are as wide as his contacts, and a favorite theory of his is that he never knows when a piece of information picked up may be of inestimable value to him In his wrk. He is judicial in his attitude, always fair and reasonable and extremely energetic. These fire a few of the qualities which we believe have led to success in the past and we believe that much mere will be written of this alumnus sometime in the future. ALUMNI NEWS NOTES '02-Dr. Cullen B. Wilson of Sarasota has been very ill suffering with an abscess on the back. He has recently returned to his home in Sarasota from a three or four weeks sojourn in a Tampa Hospital. '04-W. K. Jackson, Jr., lawyer of Jackaoriwille,. has recently returned from Columbia. S. A., where he was representing the United Fruit Conmpany in legal matters. '05-H. R. Bradley, circulation manager of the Atlanta Tni Journal, i. keeping 'Bachelor's the. days. His little girl hasA hard case of whooping cough a wife has taken her south to the er climate of Pensacola'06-A. 34. Henry, assistant Chemist, and Herman Gunter. Gelogist, recently made a to the state investigating the Phosphate situaton. They tr via the world famous Ford-. :1 I 'I -I', Weekly Hall" had a nid his warmState State ur of Soft' ave Ied I V it i .4' V 4 ~ I 61 .4 Br -Ft wC. Devane is farming near '13-R. Clyde Douglass is a m13sionary to China with the Presbyterian curch. '1-G P. Garrett, Pat Johnstoni efficient partner, is confined in his htme at Kissimr with starlet feye r. '13-John L. Godwin is connected with the Veterans Bureau in Atlanta. '13-Fl 3!. O'Byrne, State Nurseryx Inspector for Florida, was in Manatee county during the week ending February 18th on legal business. '13-F. M. O'Byrne, S'tate Nursery Inspector, attended the meeting If the Assoriaton of Southern.Agrictultural Workers in Atlanta February 20th to 22nd inclusive. As chairman of a committee on standardluaron of nursery inspection practices, he presented a report which evoked widespread discussion. Missisoippi auI South Camlina have already adlopt'd the Florida system of nursery m flpetion and it seems that there is a r "I prospect for other Southern M<.,t doing it also. A further meeting will be held in May or June, at which a definite decision will probably be at rd at. '14---WC. McNeil is pmprietor of an Auto Supply Company in Tallahassec. 'I4--Guy Wilson is farming near Tallahassee. -'14--Chas. A. Martini, Agricultur1st for the S. A. L. R. R., attended the meeting of the Association of Southern Agricultural Workers in Atlanta February 22nd and remained over for a meeting of Railwiad Agricultural Worker, immediately afterward. 'l5~-T. T. Yarborough is still acting as Justice of the Peace at Misco.sukee, Fla. He is still free and unbossed, (single). '16-Gordon Brown Knowles, the successful prosecuting attorney of Bradentown, Florida, is afraid of but one male in Manatee cduntv. That t his year-old son, "Snookims." who rules the household with a rod of iron. '16--The many friends of Herbert Sawyer and "Gabby" Knowles, both graduates in law in the class of six| teen will be interested in the following copy of a very neat announcemenit card, which they have mailed recently: "KNOWLES & SAWYER Attorneys and Counselors at Law Bradentown, Fla. Sarasota, Fl,. Gordon B. Knowles Herb't S. Sww~er I Announcement: .* G. B. Knowles, of Brndentown, and H. S. Sawyer, formerly of the firm of I Noble & Sawyer. Jacksonville, announce the formation of a partnership for the general practice of law in Manatee and Sarasota counties. Offices will be maintained at Bradentown with Mr. Knowles in charge and at Sarasota with Mr. Sawyer in carch 1, 1922." '17--Paul Vetter, a member of the finn of Baldwin and Vetter, lawyers of Jaeksonville, has been holding down the entire business alone whue his padner is in New Orleans on legal business. 'Vet" has a daughter., whchMr Curyhad established. '20The engagement and tpproachingmariae f Mr Hubert Gles Poel t Mrisgs Mercee Mille has Pust been annuncer. Mr. Powell is now at St. Augustine. Te weddig will take place in the early spring. '20-E. B. Paxton, B. S. E. EF, 1920 --Mr. Paxton is instructor in Ekectrical Engineering in Texas A. & M. College. Present address, 2521 E. 28th St., Bryan, Texas. '21-Samuel C. Peacock of Tampa is practicemg law. With J. W. Sherrill he forms the partnership of Sherril & Peacock, worth offices in the Dawson-Thornton Building. FORMER STUDENTS '9-Dr. Marion Benson, who attended Florida Agricultural College from '94 to S96 and who is dean of the Atlanta Club was recently appointed a trustee of Oglethorpe University. lie also js jphysIcian and surgeon on the instructional staff '1 Emory Unvecrsity. '06-Karl Horton is a grove owner arHomestead, Florida., Ni7-,J D. Howze is proprietor of the most prominent Gents' Furnishings stores in Palmetto. He Ijas recently beilt a fine new building for his business. '08-Eugene C. Bryan is engaged in the real estate business at Haines City, where he moved from Lake Hamilton. '10-Judge H. S. Glazier is counted One of the very izood criminal lawvyeis of Manatee county. They say also that he is quite a politician. '11-James B. Armstrong is a suecvssful farmer and trucker of .Terra Ceia. ,'11-John A. Emibry recently returned from Russia, where he served the government as a Vice-Consul. S'12-~Jamnes A4. H-owze, Jr., is living in Palmetto and running an Abstractrin business in Bradentown. He married Miss Louise H-artmnan of Louisyulle, Ky. several years ago and is the proud father of two daughters. He is considered one of the best cttizens in the county. 'I 2-Sam A. Wal bacco business with lahassee. '12--Dr. W. Her engaged in the prat '13-Moseley C. electrical business quit the navy to work. 'IS --harvey S. H with the moving Asheville, N. C. '14--Percy B. Cela is selling a Florida Export hnish is in his father the toat Tajbert Wynn is now tice of medicine. (ollins is in the In Tallahassee. He nter this line of [ester is connected picture business in Armstrong of Terra Lute stock for the Motors Company of Jacksonville. This tirm manufactures the Innis automobile. '15--Ross G. Olliphant, who finished the short course in 1915, is working for the Royal Palm Nursery at Oneca and developing a place up the ri'A-. Yes, he is still single. '15-W. H. Taylor, Jr., who is mine foreman at the Coronet Mine near Plant City, has a six months' old boy. '16--P. Harvey Moseley. Dr. Crow Was recently in receipt of a Christnias card from P. Harley Mosley Florida, I Cloud fi 0 has been announced. 'rmerly lived in Alachu VIIiLUted oftIl derstood that March 8th at immediate fri 17--W. E. ing at Pairme for oil on his Ceia. Here's 2-,Es. of the class a for the Cwn'mer Lumber Jacksonville, Florida. the wedding will occur Avon Park with only ends present. Robinson, '17, is faitto. They are drilling fathers place at Terra wishing them luck. Wilson, former student f 1922, engaged in Civil and timber estimating Miss a and Company R. F. Burdine, also of Lake City days, has taken as a law partner Major A. B. Small, formerly of Lake City, and father of C. C. SniaH, also a Lake City boy. We regret to note the death of the mother of M. L. Mershon, of 'he t otlege of Law: Mrs. Belie Mershon. Mrs Belle Mershon, 57 yearn of age, died at 11 o'clock ye'lay aTternon at her home, 504 N. E. Secil street, after an illness of three week, her condition being critical !or de past two weeks. She was the widow of the late Judge LW. L. Mersi',n and had resided in Ocala for a numw-; of years before coming to Miami three years ago. She was a merber of Trinity Methodist church -nd of the order of the Eastern Star. She leaves two sons, 14. L. Mershon, of Miami, and L. B. Mershon, 4f Arcadia, and a nephew, Ralph Bearden, of this city, all of whom, together with the daughter-in-law, Mrs. L. B. Mershon, were with her at the time of her death. Funeral services will be conducted at 10:30 o'clock this morning at the residence, and burial will be in woodlawn Park cemetery, under the direction of Skiliman & Spi uell, undertakers-. PAY YOUR I)UES-. The Secretary of the Alumni socination wishes to urge that ail who have not jaid their Alumni dues to PAY UIP AT ONCE. It is only $1.00 for dues, and if you wart the Alumni Edition of the Alligator, add fifty cents. The Association has been unable to make any loans the past year on account of lack of funds, but, if all will pSaUP promptly, We can, help out In t~is matter. INTERESTING LETTERS FROM ALUMNI. Arnoy, China, 5th Jar M. O'Byrne, Esq., University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. ir O'Byrne: Kin first LIGA 18th, This Unive dly num TOR 1921 is t rsit accept ber of onder whicht he first y which seven yesrs, and the old school ?mproved as has LIGATOR. I will onmy intended I. 1922. my thanks for the the FLORIDA ALdate of November Reached me today. publication of the I have seen for I must say that if ha3 progressed and the FLORIDA ALnot recognize it upvisit in November, 1922. I note that R. Lee JarrelD in sure fine, the rent Ph interest, but r4our.e Section pro'm o h eat. I have been of the world frtfl a and of tou k r. interest around what fewv otta on the campu-F. H ST. -o tI tsA F', a #a A E tL Mr. F. M. ( Pi rr'.Secy-Trras A ri:;A Gainesvpj,> My Dear O'Boo Replying tI oUt ette 16th there very I tz+, late as to talunaii C. D. Kime, e ur m ~ r is .rendering iin l ua>,,.Orange Cumt ae tural Age, U. LI I believe, w .s~ a gisu, Flonida Semmnin ber of the iaw4 farm r G;iles, wvh4 emn( a ~ ber of my family, wTh' last October. W" ru;w h& and boy in our houst ho1d .From tine to time u an' t. velops that w'uv U d w," while, I will be gds.! a line. 'With kindest t a 'wishes I am, You s vrusv R A. M-\U1'PE ,EAST FLORIDA SEMI"AARl UEL IIU An ev interest ent of l'h Eh io uh. students and author' the reunion here in the, 8th and 9th of students and gr adu& Florida Seminary T iittee n eha rge. have outlined tio mont for the lng c ( a te., far I, Vt I~ :n Sa ~ the cooperation ot 1LJri Florida orgamzatiiu'* Vi plans. The East F lornia & iBa -a inst itutior, of that vime, paS I of existence when the law 1uf the Buckman Bi I bcc me opr That law was passed m 1UG'' n created the presto' t 1. Eoers Florida. and the FL' Idat Jege for Women. The ,af abolished five state mi t Ut, higher learning tfhe We! tence and suported uy staprA the oldest of whK i wa, a FlrAc Qmneac Tb' 'tu 'P 'G5-Olkie 14. Jacobie of TaIIahassee has resigned his position with the Commissioner of Agriculture and is now in the Comptroller's office. '07--Dr. L. T. Patillo had the isfortune of being run down by an auto on Peachtree Road some weeks ago. H. is now out of the hospital and has resumed his practice, but has not full recovered-. '08-Charles M. Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 34. Fisher of Miami announce the birth of a son on January 11. 1922, name: Phillip Ray Fisher-. 'OO-R. Y. Winters. Plant Breeding I n Ganesv e. t Asue

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-C-their putting goes to the class that years in Succession,. that the seniors will IWins it three whIi ch have some if they are to bet the Iv guardians of the Jacobs cup. schedule will include the dashes .so0 yards up to the 440 and the and mile run. so Onl thg list, -as i blob hurdles. I -plenty ot events which ad. the high Some I1 hurl the Manchester are the Jump and of Our go] ability the good The mile mei ans to go pennant ING SOON. As yet the inter cullej and inter have not ter runthe Ifers with thiirow in fraternity ge ,intercias, seball gamies but the latsee all three games will the eliminaof the percentup ha been scheduled part of March will full swIn~g. probably tion age These be played by system system, nstead as the latter take< too much time. discus and the is trying to arne matters so that medals ind vidual hi t class meet and r-eoilege, too. p0s The Adams Cup Was weineers in the inter but they will ft three years in ( will' onors in the sibly ;n the won by the ollege meet have to win session before given the right to keep ic The Jacobs c Sthe present up was won last year senior class. This cup The lnterwounty hasketball are cormig Is along in fine shape hoped they will be finished games 'and it this week. WVhile we are being favored b)y having the champion basketball teamti from all over the state here to visit |lets throw open wide our doors hospitality 'em and while we royally, make them of are treating all feel and realize that the University is the greatest and that to school it s the only in the of Fiorda SI u th,' place for then come next year. Re ILA4VD ST ~ toare Bn mtr nlWr7t LI fl fl .eN If you warm to see something interesting go out any watch Coach Richbourg's 'Ga tos ('apt am lays we perform i with the Soilee says afternoon and. squad stick. that in will have one of tracks in the South. we deserve and should such a school as ours. Captain are looking if they keep 'it Solle's the a few best That's only what have band of warriors better each afternoon and the pace they have will mean not only a trip to Penn. relays, but honors "Come play and '"Hley the taking *way for "old Florida."' tin, all ye who ball! beat Jacksonlvjl a -~p re Let's szet together this year." By Weeks the of Substitutions: for J. Langford. to Officials U flhl ---rfl for all II. GI. Manthester St (rd 'Thvimpson, arid Hendterton, and Rex lPottet. iimI1(K t-jpm. tarior. %mmIrforlr T hi !n .0fn, GIffOd Pipk I and Cook. lili )f AT S. I. 4. C. {'ONFEUEN( E Pr fes.re a t urd Iav, where they Reel andi Bek oturntdl Fthb -from ~ attended I .iej' tiUne Serie. Percentage., I--I mltn, 2---Duval, I GOP. 7i50 -\t I n, a mep(' mI f f C.(Confert nte. Accordrg to Pr 1. Pn k ofin Ju rug 4 -Stbr, i. -> Jo, 250. puttan.e thc mt -timg -t OUNTY (4(.E CONTESTS IIEIN G;ST \(.ED So ith .4 ( ( -'0 e ii. 'nile ping Vault. Show D)r. ;year, 7y are IS and V-, n,
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"pwestl' orl da --S2| d;-2. VADE JAX ON On April ing, 23rd the boxing, vplley-balI and sw4}Inmlmfl tteim W wfll be in Jacksom~ ille S t ud I nt tion in .titpi a AIBle VrJm tI to) mllLt Ihe Y.M.C. A I, hoped a teams ot :tnid Pew sJ)tp) I that 1t' nd expected that t he suits wuI be slightly those (f the basktbl differei I It [iof U fa eck" ago, G;OESPT) J \II. Efor Golf, Tennis or other at K find it an easy matter to chc tion packages which we wil] approval. -' a i1t._3 w. tam -dummy edt,,o Sm i the 4 hing around a ja1)""iQS H-u jol 0 n ugh It is merely to go to jail t h~ent'e "i icessaIV. 41n lull dlay the "dummy has nothing at all eit tr to do c xre pt sit around the shop and twiddle thubs appreciation terest on the part SContinued from Page sidered by all ex-studeuts ~ ates of the East Florida Eight). aid graduSeminary lanI the other former institutions and the aeti'e inof this materially large hosts of the state's izenship. Fiji ida organ nations mstlitu tlin tip in spirit st udent fmnest citandi Flormust try andi sell thenm. a< then and fact: for Fit riia of higher learning that went out with Iprofit aan the E. F. ida Semmnary and endowed of usefulness Seminary waA College is the for Women alma mater as really the Ea-t Flortranxsfornmedj In name for a greater ,p> 'r A, the such An aw aktrnintr ganmzatins if th, gladly, joyfn lI, knowm'g thaI mllUt Hh b: flr ,' tin But when busiuiess v brisk andi the top, Verme aroundi to thy plate ftor having ,iiinimatel IA'. coat and lim bs printed pi n eh" fsorbilhe puts oni h fret.k into the hoodlum wag on and spenda week or in the salabio'e ,';nnng hni AUe~n~nhl. the real ' t~A ent ~ n of m LCI ep u, 0 ten tod a ncoh Sable shelter. The fact thn that t} r, to bif wvork of which I speak -a wmnk hia for 'tudents bI ,student,. ha it all the miou acceptable the mnore a--num ar a tyilide ternatioral the studlentsot hen landI this triendix And thp I riendi-hip ih It Nort h~kmnr w ill t t then in op sister stuietlit Sir I'hiln at lho That I-s tonl iii mamirt~innmIg the frse-dImnf Ih p ci -educa ti na, I :t Tallahv-'e. of the women rt" thi. fame wphe' havy aided u,w if the old E. F. S By the right kumdu and spirit on the pirt or thle of* Flon-du Conp.p t4 I .1 apants -t pF'' An oth }i is 10 p1m51 nvd ti u-t oHa ma sun~ ,om th0 gei' the iii.miaftc, nltonl the po'n> U .day a -ult Pd wtir Ilt-, I tLt i p b-t-I ''hi, rEd It.' Ar th ee pe that lcd and extend~ ir: hertz di th (ii 'IF~ 'I I It t fin -Li' th~ iLl -f tI i lib]t it (hn. tingi "1 In Japan..to .ffoct bhat w iinew I ii merIt SOmUC if th. wi,.'l and nothing vise is I I i rit'yell 8;tlerigeil, truth o~f .,ew him atLI hu~ h Ie & 'Ul t a w L da. pa I'}i gatIIi,' i I' LiZ4 Jr -FRI, -x (U S I' H IN Nt uRn> 'fR -~itn rim --iILU Rip' I i\ B [N L t lA 4. Y~~~~~ SEUOnV and-'hmn a APR11. 23. s, Class Rings and Pins. p I. p fi1 Events, wxi11 from selec4 ada the S., ciwnfl will 'i vite s Si 'ae itlqi Io IL p I s.ty Di thmg you sh.o an dur''ng the reumin. h of f a mmpo newspaper office. and continue to m the ame el messe e womer n, maw. pot reumor .amnattet your cooperation. i East Florida '"ui cologe tho your sleepne in the pays stoe concermne