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Sunday, May 27, Baccalaurate

PRODUCTION Sermon at eleven a, m. deliveredby "I .

.f L. L. D., of Nashville, Tenn. WITH 26 POINTS, BLITCH ,.

i, CONNOLY' Monday, May 28, Alumni Lun- '
cheon at eleven a. m. in the Uni- ELECTS SEMINOLE -

, the Dramatic Cub versity Commons.
FeEow of
.1 The Arts and Science College
\1 ABOUT APR. 5 Meeting of the Alumni Association
, year University, more widely STAFF FOR 1924 took the Inter-College track meet
at one
;;. bora as the Masquraders', an. I p. yesterday with 83 points, the ,Engineers -
I -- Junior and Senior oratorical"contest
nounne an original and paramouu: taking 21 points, the Lawyers -
Sufficient Advertisement ,and at eight p. m. in the University Franz Paul Editor; Hubert
I 14 points, and the Aggs 6
reduction for the 1923 c< son. '1t I gymnasium. ,
Copy In for the ,
FirstPublication Weeks Man. Ed.; Blatt points. .
a called "Drem Stuff" which is Tuesday, May 29 Commencement '
is i- ..fThe Business Mgr. Five new records were establish
a pjnsical! play in five phases, and address by Harvey W. Cox, ed and one' equalled last year's re-
I M. A., Ph D. Harvard
declared to be the bet staged I work of producihg Florida's Presidentof The nucleus of next year's Sem- cord. Butch ran the .100->1\rd
Emory University, Atlanta at
creation produced by th: Masque-I newest publication, "The Swamp ten a. m.Graduating. ; inole Staff was elected last Wed- dash in 10 1-....0 seconds against' a' 1

nesday evening at a joint meeting record of 10 1-5. Case hung up anew
raders in the past several seasons. Angel", is progressing rapidly and exercises to foUow.TOPPER .
between the Sophomores and record when he made the'220
4 Without the semblance of a the first edition will be out about
1 secinds :
Freshmen lawyers. The officers in 23 3-5 seconds, two bet

u tit is "an eyefull a'.d'an.carfcll April 5., Enough' advertising has DR. SPEAKS ON elected were: Franz Paul,editor- ter than the previous record. Middlekauff .

," and this little quotation been procured to insure the pvbli- EDUCATION AT CHAPELAt in-chief; Hubert; Weeks, Managing I put the 16 lb. shot 40 ft. -

s tmbidies the truth, and nothing cation of the two issues that ;will both editor; and John Blatt, business 9 1-2 inches bettering therecordfour
chapel services last
: fort the truth. It is played in a come this year. When the time manager. The remainder of the feet 9 1-2 inches. Middle-
week the students of lha University
i, scene of splendor that displays limit for contributions, :March20 staff will be selcted by there kauff also made a new record for
' the
lsd privilege of hearingDr.
rEgypt in all it's ancient glory, was reached. The first Irsuo will Kerr three men. the Javelin, 151'1". -' .
Boyce Tupper, a noted
md the high-steping society set consist of about thirty pager, the This was probably the most enthusiastic Arts and Science College 'seta
Philadelphia and lecturer
rvnister ,
1 of America to-day. It is unquestionably retail price of which will be 25c 4 ha class meeting of the new record of 1 min. 40,7-10
Thoroughly m with the y
,; + a uA ? vemcnt.- that or a subscription' price of 40c for studious atmosphere vjpny on the campus 1 year, and both Sophomores ,and seconds'in the relay; .;

I stands paramount." I the two issues, payable in advance Dr. Tupper spoke on general edu- Freshmen lawyers turned out 100 Middlekauff was the individual

Fellows, you will receive but one Mall orders will be er,'. postpaid cation at tbej present time. He declared ercent strohg. There', were many stai of the' meet, making 26 points.

opportnnity this season to witness for, the !same price.' Al1! orders that there are three signs nominees for each position and He took first in the shot put, discus

# the recognized production of merit should be sent td Ted Pen
subscription immediate'y. : very best men were selected. and third in the pole vault.
that your university brothers are manager, modern education, namely, the ad- Jump,
/ *
billed to offer before The leceting of the staff this King and Blitch tied ior second
caacity. au- vance in nature study the increment .
fa&ces throughout the state. I It is planned to procure a to the knowledge of nature year,' instead of the first of next honors with 10 points each. .

,. "Dream state-wide distribution "The year, Was the suggestion of our,
: Stuff"will be shown on and the diffusion of learning.In Summary;

the night of Aril 7 at the 'Baird t I Swamp Angel" to all of the im- commenting on the defective present Selmnole staff, who have lOO-yard dash-Time 10 1-10 /

theatre, which is the night of the 'portant cities, high schools and education of the past, Dr. Tupper found by experience that'the.former seconds-BUtch, Case, Petteway. ;
last The constitution and method doe' not allow sufficient 220-yard dash-Time 23.3-5 eec
day of the colleges
annual state high I cited the case of a Bible in the
. school track meet. The old saying general organization of "the club British which contains time for planning the book onds: Case, Petteway, Brumley. i

"A has received the final approval of and placing the contracts. 440-yard dash-Time 54 1-10
good beginning ir ures a bet- I grammatical errors made by
s With efficient editors, and a. seconds Blitch, Crown, Todd. ,
committee -
ter ending" is most applicable fur the faculty on publication Queen Mary herself. '
TJream and'"The Angel," whole year ahead of them, there- 880-yard( dash-Time 2' min. 4,
Swamp actual
Stuff' The success of the I From an comparison of the -
- single out the Quill is little doubt that the 1924 Seminole 4-5 seconds-Cox, Dickey, Bratley.;
although by
performance here, and of put curricula of the Modern Woman .
&c! eight in other parts of[ the Club, has been placed practicallyon High school of Philadelphia and I will be the biggest and bed, 120 High Hurdle* Time 17 min
Florida vas ever had flat Connell, Rambo Monroe,
rtaate, rests largely uon the supPort I the fame basis as the other the Yale curriculum of 68 years -

of the University boys. So two publications on the campus I ago, he drew the coflclusion that Disqualified.) .
Hurdles-Time 27 410seconds
fellows, look ahead a week or so the high school graduate of today U.OFF.MHJTARYUNIT 220

and plan to be among the large ,. has as much 'education, Latin and -' -Monroe; Rambo Connell.
SEMINOLE WILL 1-MUe Run- Time 4 min. 59 4-5-
number of loyal 'Gators with their Greek excepted as the Yale grad- .
true I ML HAVE seconds-King, Gilroy, Poe.
Florida spirit in the audiencet uate of 6S years ago. '
2-Mile Run-Time 11 min.32 2-5
night. BEREADYONORABOIJTMAY1STI I Dr. Tupper declared that the
FJNALINSPECTION seconds-King, Gilroy, Stewart.
I modem American citizen does not ;
Review of Play Pole Vault Height 10 feet-
realize the great educational advantages -
', Marshall, McGill, Middlekauff. -
The play he possesses over the
at dance
opens a Dinner Shot -Distance 40 ft. 9 12inches.
t the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Newark 1 citizens of foreign countries: In As a resut of the inspection Middlekauff,- Anderson,
America ability backed favorable report given by Colonel
Among the later comers, by aspira
Seminole is fast nearing Benbowi '
Bob Livingston II The tion and application is'the salient Falls who inspected the battalionin ,
has just re- completion and, nothing interferes Discus-Distance 118 ft. 9 in..
tnr ed froM Egypt where for bril- requirement.' February, the R. O. T. C. at the
I distribution -Middlekauff Raasch, Anderson.-
for ,
liant service rendered In the field will be ready In Thursday's chapel Dr. Tupper University of Florida will be visited .
The book will Javelin-Distance 151 feet, 1 in.
about 1. con-
of nranlcipal I defined education as the development by a board of officers from
engieering he hasn
the t -Middlekauff, Simmons, Ander-
tain about 375 pages, greater
eecorated by the Khedive : of one's self along the line Washington! the early part of Aprilto

'th the order part of which will be devoted to of personal bent or aptitude Modern -. determine whether it shall be ron.
of the of I'
i Alarge'amount High Jump Height 5 feet 5 ;n.3tiddlekauff .
art sketches and photographs. -:
ml He returns to | thought has to, a large e'- in the distinguished college cIas!'
seek material used / !{ Webster.
he hand of Saranne !I of the I tent discarded the idea of educa- In order to rate the inspectionby ,
Gordon who
the Broad 19 feet,
hs previously jilted him. Heds I came in after an appeal-to I I tIon as "something recured out of the inspecting board sent from Jump-Distance
the 3 inches Middlekauff Monroe..
student body for help, and "
that Sarrane has not arrived t a book, he stated. "The conception Washington it is necessary that '

nd while Seminole staff wishes to express of today is to discover what is inside the battalion receive a favorable Connell.
awaiting her falls aeep I Relay Race-Time 1 min. 40 7.10
for the noble response
in the ante-room of the ho- appreciation the had and to develop it." report from the first inspection
to the call. About thirty seconds-Arts and, Science College t
While Living up to his reputation as a which determines whether a second -
asleep he dreams of turned in to com- Marshall, Petteway, Monroe,
grpt in which he in the pictures were humorist, the lecturer gave many inspection is worth while.
''rter of appears pete in the Beauty Contest and, humorous anecdotes which were Colonel Falls who was with us for Bishop.

ng in fie army a young of her Greek Majesty serv- according to members of the staff, also highly illustrative of the several days, was well pleased 2. Agg. College-Bratley, '

totis I. After Coles Philip is going to have a practical ideas which he wishedto with showing the battalion made' Brumley, Johnson, Crown.
saving her
3. Engineering College/ -Dickey,
hard job picking the seven best home his it is to
rfom by a clever stroke he is bring to hearers. and now only necessary -
h "- Simmons, Poe, Todd. ,
ordered by her enemies' and in looking.As In dosing, Dr. Tuppergave carry out the work further to Officials *"" '

r e midst of his agony, awakes there will only be a limited, three fundamental thoughts the prove to the government inspectorsthat Starter-Coach: Kline. r

j o find Saranne who has appeared number of copies turned out on college man should adhere to. If Colonel Falls had good rea-
Judges of finish-Prof. Bla,.,
;n his dream as Rhakotis I. bend- the first issue, those wishing extra the body is kept stm g, the intellect sons to recommend the Florida

, ng over him. They are restored copies must fcee Business ManagerBob supreme and the soul kept battalion and that it rates a place (Continued on Page 8)

I their fond happiness and the Earnest at the Pi Kappa Al- I pure, ore will become a magnificent above Georgia Tech Auburn or

*t becomes to both. just so much pha house before .April 15. The : representative of the best L. S. U. in the class of distinguished take a place in the list of distinguished -

imam Stuff." price of these will be $5.00. education that can be secured. colleges. colleges, Florida must

I There are only three schools In ,crowd one of these out. Three

Y> konw, April Fool's Day nnd i She--I hytr that Jack has a the south which are rated in the years ago Florida was unfortunately -

'I wry had a little lamb, Easter both come on Sunday this new race horse. distinguished college class. Theseare crowded out to stay out two

er father shot him dead year, and Easter came on Sunday He-;Awgawan. the only horsehe Georgia Tech, Auburn, and years, this year she means to gin -

e went to schooi with her, last year too. Ain't nature xr<.n- vcr had was a nightmare. Louisiana State University- and once in.she will tay.


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1i } : PArtF___ _! TWO_ THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR --. v v
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1Hi i } 'fr"::+. if. + .+ ; ;=;-:; + + + + + ; ; + +-4: .+.1 Adjutant was a I'tudenan of the battalion dwas from when the he And shows the studied his mighty mood place.; For the bees. aWe a.j e

*. beginning of the world war actively he pi uUa "
blessed calf assurance as every one a
See his
ALUMNI NEWS : engaged rose to in the military rankof operationsand Brigadier- he clears his throat to speak: May the folly royal Of Iis!bcr.4.

Now Doctor Crow, before. we. never cease!
General and at the time of the '
k I r t :;. B. w. AMES signing of the armistice he wasn go aheadI -,4
., should like ask a question as
11111 i : W. G. PARMENTER command of forces at the front I to f Question: "What
k1 5 +. f f fi,1 + .+ + + 4 + + + + + having seen much actual 'war fare. t to Molliere's stage technique.Does casein when left std;i
4" !Ij 'juane mean purple, lilac, <
business man
is prominent\ posedin the air "'
He ?
l # been elctcd '
e There are many alumni over the 17. J. C. Nixon has green or red?*
mathematics department of Bartow, Fla. Voice: "It chang
head of the f to #
t : fiJr: [ ,state living in small towns that school at Ch-ks- Byron McG West of the class of Prof. "Hum, tt.mi! Did _
in the high far ,
r do'not have iarge enough schools 1904 is now City Editor o fthe Yes, we all are mere plebeians, hear of any oneNeatly f-,

II' to. compete In such events as basketball ville, Tennessee.-- Times Union of Jacksonville.C. beneath his royal throne; Sour ml11r'-.,,-?Pf ret&ri__ u

I tournaments or track Mr. O'Byme. secretary o'f the H. Pettys, who was a studentin t'"
t ti meets. In a way, they have a dia.'I' Florida Alumni Association, has the eibhties is now post master

tinct advantage, for they have a received a letter from the Alumni and business man of McIntosh.
+ 'I' much better chance to know n.ost Association of the Case School of Will H. Casque was a student

# t of the boys personally and talk Applied Science, relative' to a convention when the institution was abolishedHe

.i J to them about their future chances of Alumni Secretaries, to is now a business 'man of

..f But, even at that, the boys do be held in Cleveland, Ohio soon. Jacksonville ,
: ; not know the University of Flor We reprint the letter for the benefit .

:d It i ida. They have'never been here of any Alumni who may be TO R. B. H. Combed Hair ,
: and hays little idea of what the interested. ,

,. I f:' r. school really is. Here is a plan Dear Secretary: / See the his granduer as Neatly combed In the

f I Ii '1' t .., suggested by Mr. O'Byrns that :We are moving right along pith he calmly takes. his seat; i ti but what about three o'clock morciogL: ia tfc
L we want every individual and our plans for the biggest and best With that holier-than-thou E afternoon

r ';:t- group of alumni to consider. The Alumni and Alumnae Secretaries look on his face. For wiry, unruly hair-for id,

;! plan is this-that you secure a Convention, to be held here in Note the condescending, languorous fluffy hair.-for any kind of ks

; ;' picture of the University of Flor Cleveland on April 12th, 13th and position of hip feet that Stacomb-then won't stay your combed hair aU win day ItJ at.

7 j'. I ida-you know the kind-you have 14th. The Winton will be the combed Just as you want it. -
}' :; seen it in Dr. Murphree's office hootel headquarters and the business PI ( Ideal after washing your hail

i ,, ; or } this and it I' .. t f. .,4 t 'P
I i' J by school present barber for
'. Case Club E. 107th and Deering = your a SttccgbJJalet
R.r .
to the high school from the University

i ;: :J{ of "Florida Alumni of Avenues.One of the big features of the I Ii ,u.....rUe.-nca At aU ruggistJ.

1, a a;.! i 'lVhatever' your town may be). convention will be the All College i the Hair Stay Combtd
'.f Then the boys can see the University I I
\ Dinner of which I have writtenyou.
: t as it areally is,and what is
This will be held in the
: t amore, they will know that the ,
Western Reserve University Gymnasium .,
j ;) alumni are interested in them as >
on the evening cf Thursday
t ; r. well. as loyal to the. old schoool.
} April 12th. The visiting Popular Goods at Popular Prices atBUDKH1M'S 3
!r t For further information about
F secretaries are to be guests of FLA. 'U. BOYS
f securing this etc.,
I picture, price,
Newton. Baker,Secretary of \
we,will be glad to have you writer
Pt War ia the honorary chairman ot.I. I
either Mr. 0'Byrne or the Alumni 1
this dinner and will act as 'toast-
l'. editor.,
master. A nationally known

M 1 ;, speaker will be secured for the This is Your. Store--

: Gators-let's have some response address of the evening. If you / .. '
t I i to the above plan, rather wish to remind your alumni about : :1.
r ( make it response: and action both. this, we will be very glad to have You're Welcome
{The* of it is it won't cost .
beauty you do so.. They will also heat UNIVERSITY MEN
1 9 much where there are just a few from us. /

of you to bear the burden. Perhaps ]{r. Proffit, secretary of the here, when in Tam- ,..,..,.. "t-
iF "
i some other idea has occurred tot Alumni secretaries association baa -.

t you along this line. Let us hear no doubt writtten you giving all ,3Demand., ,, Value" and style }
f '. I r from you:__we win be glad to pass details. Every college should pa-When. you need :
the good word along. \ '..Society. Brand Clothes. -
9 l have a representative present at '!' ... f f. I

: the convention. It is a very inter e.iI Knox Hits
.. Clothes ,Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts,
We understand that some of the esting gathereing and the business be glad ,
c. alumni and former members of the sessions are of real value to col. Are featured lines in the. Giddens Store. '

: University Band are going to 'engage leges who with to keep the alumni .
1 J: in the State Band Contest, interested in their Alma Mater. to serve you. I iJ}:Orders a Specialty >

: ; to be held in Jacksonville sown Case School of Applied Sciences <, '>* ,', ;'* i'r

with the town bands they are now and Western Reserve University

1 I. playing in. Also understand that as hosts are looking forward to

t l the University band is going tot your coming and with great deal

engage in this contest. Call of pleasure. We trust you will be WOLF BROTHERS

f .i around and meet the boys and'tell with us for the convention. .
'. i them you are alumni-it.will make ery truly yours, ,' -
r( pleasant for all of yon. Mean- O. L. ALLANSON -. 1 -* "
s I i'i while : .V Tampa- ,', I "
we wish you all the best of Alumni Manager.P. i r ', < --
.. ,- $ } .
lack S. We are ar..t ou3 to have .
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pennants from all the different ....,'!.; t.", HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING
r j" .Word has recently been received colleges fee decorating! pur:res. ; >- ..
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from H. S. Storter, of the class Will ysu please mail a pennant,of TAMPA FLORIDA

i ,i of 1912, who was a terror on the your college to 31 e: Karl Lemmcr-,
< .
J Gator line in the old day*. It was man, Western Reserve tluiversitty t'L

i } F sent to B. R. Colson president of Cleveland. Be sure that your return
4 J the Alumni Association. It "follows address is on the pennant so
i : that we can return it to you. + P'' '. 4 .f f
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? Dear Barker* ,

I 'am enclosing herewith my Among the former students pf

check in your favor for the .mount the old institution who attendedthe SHBaaSBBSaSStfi

i t 1 of $1.50 as requested in your letter recent E. F. S. reunion ,are Ute ;al .
for a paid up subscription to the following: ; .* *S I ,'. J

"Florida Alligattor". Dr. C. C. .Sourwine prominent m MEET ME AT

I have received an occasional surgeon of Brazil Ind. He was a
j !:Ii
,. t' copy of this publication, but expect student from 1888 to 1901. Dr $ -
\from now on io receive it regularly Sourwine served through the .

so may keep up with the affairs world war, was a surgeon of the
L of the old institution. Trrat A. E. F. in France, 'and becauseof : MILLER'SWe 11
: I ti: you will enter this $1.50 on your his skill rose to higher rank

; books in its due and ancient form, and was retained in active service

I ; and let me hear from you a? to until a year ago. His wife accompanied Are At Your Service
what is going on. him to Florida and they _

With vest regards. to the old expect to spend several weeks in s No Place Like Home and Miller's
bunch, I' the state.
f am, ii thi
I l Your very truly. Albert H. Blanding of the classof

4 i ; N. S. STORTER 1894. General Blanding was

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i Tobaccos, Cold Drinks, School Supplies, Pennants $Stationery Toilet Articles I
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A LBNDAR: talk -Love at : -
\ -" First Sight," a humorous We' Invite College Men to See and '5f
poem by Sigma and s met- : Try On Our -
i$ard and'Blade Annual dance, ping 'good from everY member f .
J"4 1..: .formal.1gma kept. the crowd in" .
S :, good 'sPirits. EDERHEEVIER .
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.- -6{ja .Second.Annpal'in- At the end:' refreshment 'were: an. A I

'ti4,... $ gall,. Woman' .Club, pounced'and'. "I''1 served.. ne. ft*
> "lf,/-formal: :, of hewing'gum for'ch r"person. i -: STEIN CLOTHES i1
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dansant This brought "{ : ,
: I pji Sigma "Sahu4f'afternoon the 'me' tlni' fe an : :: V'
: .. April 14. end ,:ln *1 8a' !e"of laughter. Too "V
tI;;*i-i much'credit cannot''."be",*given to $30 $35 $45 V "
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aR for the
_.__.. which the affair' 'C= < .' : "
was handled. ; i r .'1.
i" Specially.designed for the
;1 I .... 26, 1023. straight, slim figures of Varsity men-tailored ). 4
!tit: Training officers .for..the'ed I Y. M., C. A. CHAIRMEN to look as good in the showdown as they do in :the showcase. Some of the. '
I SUtcs Nave --Maxwell AllET modelsrhave ifaverted-frleat' backs that finish with a belt > .
W."ells. ,. : Some have bellows shoulders also '
'' ; Some have patch pockets that V 11.
: ate: "esolved, that the Uni _
.,' of Florida should be.made The following chairmen of the : button through,other patch pockets are plain. Some are two button. Some
eationaL"" committees' have'- been appointed are three button. .
\ jye AlfirnativeL Hodges, .F.. by the' University Y. M. (".. A./ i All i in'all it's I
i 'These 'men ,have;,the'privilege of a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make- s'
a Pelot.'t oanship. Extra value is, of to
. electing thier assistants. course, be expected. '
i adve-S. A. Schuderi, F. M. \own! "f V
"' iVf1 tt Bible Study-Orville R. pavis. VV
j Social-E. P. Ellis. :i' Super-Fine Ederheimer-Stein Suits at Fifty and Sixty Dollars' :' d: ,
J "
I AG CLUBexceptionally House CommitteeVigil.. .
in interesting Sunday school-J. C. Byrd.
meetFng spas: held by the Ag. club Lyceum-K..K.. Hansen -
l lot*Monday night. The program Athletic-Robbie Robinson. <
MS.not:announced in advance and.iody's I Extension-W. S. Middleton./ i Porter "ti:j
r. curiosity wa piqued Friendship-David Ramho. _
;ijpr notice that the meeting These officers will keep their r
"oald be "100 percent proficienM*. appointments until the end of the Co. '
f Clothing
'Aie food sized bunch of curiosity present, school year. -.i

eekere were on hand vhen the The cabinet and the officers .
meeting was called- to oHcr wish the students to offer any
The program consisted of a suggestions that wilt better the i' JACKSONVILLE, CORNER BAY AND LAURA f it r
umber of topics written on .the conditions on the campus. The
kdaek'board. Some of them were "Y" is anxious to provide for the tai .
Numerous' and the other serious comfort of the 'students as far as t : I ;
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) was required .to make,, ft should inform the cabinet of anything _j
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short! talk. on any of the topics for which there is a great '
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: t -- CAPT. ATKINSON PICKS seconds. The former record was I PROFESSOR GASFELLOR


I : TRACK SQUADS Paddock was a --
the record breaking team.
j : Entered as second class matter, September 29, 1912, at the Postoffice Paddock won the 100-yarJ da,Ain Professor Games of tk

: L at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of March 3, 1879. Captain Atkinson, track coach, 9 4-5 seconds, showing beautiful ics Engineering deparfe.

the past week selected 14 varsity form, indicating that he willin has been on a leave # ..

r, FREDERIC H. LANGWORTHY _:L.____.___..Editor-in-Chief and sixteen freshmen cinder stars all probability hold his superiority for graduate study tt

I i :, ROBERT WRAY __._.........._____ -.......Managing Editor; to represent. the school in the Coning in the Pennsylvania races has been elected to the

I i HUBERT WEEKS .._._._ _..?__Assistant: Managing Editor Tech Relays, Drake Relays, this spring a? well as in other Myer Fellowship
4 5 Florida S. I. C. A. U. and research for the
;P f.: : R. A. CARLTON ______...._Sport Editor Open, national events.. Pl'eSett! Jtr.
track and field meets are glad to
Suwanee hear
4 .
4 .''F'I- ,t I K. K. HANSEN_.._.____._______.. ..,.:.--...--..Joke Editor which the University will enter University of Southern California men have been that t
; .i, ; J. F. BLATT_..._......____.___*.'-_...._Asst. Joke Editor teams in this year. won the meet with 88 points, are proud of them reoog CJ!
twice a* their for
making as many tie
t !i i i' EDGAR BUSBEE .__._,..._._L.: ___..._i...._..__.Society Editor Over fifty men reported to J nearest rival. Occidental, second : they reflect upon the tJ.1

J I B.,W. AMES _..:..-.__..___ __..:__.___Alumni Editor Captain Atkinson at the opening' Jwith 16 points. Pomona College !, Professor Gaines will ht bt uT*.

-r ,f WILLIAM G. PARMENTER ___.__.Asst. Alumni Editor of the season a month or more agO' was third, with 14. -, year to take up his WOlkb

y.: : N., D. St. JOHN ...............r...__:..______.Exchange Editor and, while this number had dwind- Paddock ran his 220 yards in the Engineering College

i H Reporters: J. W. Usher, Don'C. Booth, C. D. Keen, G. A. :Martell, led vent down of the somewhat hot'weather with it the repre-ad- mile relay in 22' seconds :flat;: ., Lost -

.b: # iH R ; r. 'J. D. Sibert, T. H. Parham, Sam Cornwall, G. H. Bee, W. Emmons sents a selection from the largest Arizona Wildcat. anything Advert,**,.

B. Gamble B. F. Berlack. '. ; t3'; .
-1; ; group of men ever out for -

; li i-1 1 f HORACE WILSON _____......_:--_.__._.:...Business Manager team.weeks ago The gave inter-class the cinder meet athle-two r t

f D.. A. RAMBO- ________________...Assistant Business Manager tes their first opportunity of the THE COLLEGE MEN'S CLASS -

[H L J year to gage their abilities. It afforded ,

;:;f i! SO .THERE The attitude'of the "Sage- the spectators some very OF
) ; keen competition and stamped the -
i 'I i; Our sister The Florida brush *is right in defending a'
J paper, movement which has proven team of this season as being, one FIRST METHODIST. CHURCH .
Flambeau is interested in
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II; ; one subject at least relativeto successful in colleges all over of the'strongest ever turned out Cordially invites you (o meet with them every Sun
at the school. nt
the country. Those who speak .
: if the University of Florida.
,t The editor takes a rap at us favorably of the Honor System The remaining men on the"var 9:40. A.M.-Teacher,. Bed P.. Rogers-

:: J because of an article in our are right in doing so; sit;$' and "rat" squads will beginan I. >-

f" exchange column from University those few men who look upor intensive training schedule for
I it with and doubt their ""- ."
4M first
r of Wisconsin which, inter-collegiate encounter .

i _. I ; told of the formation of the and who speak about it in a of the season when they meet Preaching at .;.._:____.___..n______--.__r11 A.M. and 7:39 U.
slighting manner, are only uo- the
Welfare'of best of Suwanee College ii: a
I i "Society for the Mission at ,.. .. ...........
Male Students" in that insti- tractingfrom its dignity. and dual track and field meet at Fleming Study] ---- ------ -._..........J IlI -
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.:. :. .f other hand describes a man- following from 'throughout the

I it T haters union being formed by "FLORIDA HALL" tate. (

_' r" the girls in the Michigan Agricultural The following men were pickedto > (

'; College, membership represent' the team; (Varsity):

; : r in which "has been; /increasing NEW B3RMITORYr O'Neal Cox, (Captain); Dickey, - --- - -- .. r

L ; steadily, adding .evidence Connell, t King, Crown, Newton, i I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH

'J: to their motto: "More OPENS APRIL 1ST. Case, 'ToddPettiway, Williams,
;, II I. ; college girls stay single! be- Pomeroy, Simmonda, Rambo, t I 9:40 Sunday: School, H. 0. Enwahl, Teacher of CoBegrfe)

I : cause they are harder to fool Bratley; (Freshman), Clifford, r Class.

I I; I Ladies, we humbly apologize "Florida Hall" the new dormi- I Blitch, (Captain); Jones, ftfenroe, t'I Preaching 11:00 and 7:30. Epworth m League 6:30. .

l, I for the carelessness 'of Stewart, Anderson, Marshall Mia- ..... .., 1.eao
p tory being built by Dr. George S. ss-ssWON'T C oCI 4I .........
;- our exchange editor, but if dlekauf,
Waldo and located the of Gilroy, Poe, Beer! Norton
i .. the University of Wisconsin DeSoto and Hernandostreets on corner Magill, McGill. Bishop, Adams .
:! thinks as it does it is not our Todd. ,
next to Mrs. is t
Ramsey's, prac-
1 : tically complet. except for the fiI
1 'I:} There has been so much' talkabout furnishings and will be ready for MEET '

the Honor System 'te- occuancy about April 1. I HAVATAMPAMILD
1 world's tecori and two I .
if cently upon the campus and There are 27 sleeping rooms ac- Pacific coast records fell at the e.l
'If' in classrooms that it seems ap- comodating about 54 guests. Amateur Athletic Union HAVANACIGAR w
f; t j I' propriate to reprint an edi- l ach room will be practically carnival at Occidental relay att
I, :. I torial from the University of open-air, no room having less than The University .
;: Nebraska "Sagebrush' whosr three windows, except two front eight-man of mOle Souther California ELI, WITT CIGAR CO.

l editor has no patience with rooms. The building is lighted by broke the world's relay team Distributors .n'
record h'ld
those who seek to condemn or I electricity! and heated by steam. Illinois ,by
.. undermine it. Under the On each floor is a large bath it Athletic Club team, stepping Tampa Miami JacksonTil
; off in 2 minutes, 43 c
i c I heading, "The Latest Version ,- and toilet room with hot water at to25
,"'he says: all times. ;::1
Only "flunkers" want the An exceptionally attractive fea- -

; honor system! : ture of the new dormitory is the y .. ,' .. ", ... <) ,; E
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Such is the remarkablethe'ory the 'arge, comfortable living roomon 1 .
t I advanced by a student the first floor. The living .- sc

i' whose tirade against the has t ...
room a large fire-place and FOR. THE .f'. si
adoption of an honor systemby opens into a screened lounging 4 .
\ \ r. this university appears : "' ..... ,;. '::os t1C
a ; ; porch. (> < 11 ". ,, -III '. ,
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elsewhere in this issue. MAN '
An invitation is extended to ail (\' : & 6i : : \ bi0
We have read many student to come and visit the new building # :0"":'" -":; : .- h
opinions, in our several years 1;
at any time. SPRING SUITS h
of work but :. {
Sagebrush never o 't
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:'. 1'' before have been effectively I '' w
.i g .
\ entertained by a whole WILL I
I I page of nothingness.The WORKERS CONF. J ;
author of the of '
gem -
1 wit and humor in question Dr. B. C Rib?, director of the I : Styles Direct from. ;
loudly declaims that "neither Corners"
Extension department, accompanied I "Convenient :
the student who cheats in by Dr. L. M. Bristol, professorof I Fifth Avenue, New York Ti
z exams nor the honor student 'JACKSONVILLE, r
1 Sociology and Economics, will I() .' } .
is advocating a change. '. t
attend the Florida We are FLA.
Stata Confer prepared to show your lines of -
According to embryo .5 5
ence of Soeial-Workers to be held I' i n
Clothing that : 5
: Sherlock Holmes, there is but cannpi be equalled
in St. Petersburg on March 23, 29 by any
one seriously behind I: other
and 30. st9re Florida. '. He
if the movement-"the flunk- I
Dr. Bristol will address the ()
ers. Astounding discovery:
) ;; According to this person's Conference upon.. "The Florid .

t.". ;j statement, then, we are obliged Rural Social Program;" and Dr. 2, 3 and 4 piece J3uits. I
to class the President of Riley will discuss "education in 4

the University and the deans Florida How Far Have We Gone?" .. ." :-.,/- .

of the colleges as "flunkers" .
: for they are heartily in favor DR. BRISTOL ACCEPTED : <$25. 30. $35

,, of the adoption of an SUMMER POSITION IN .
: honor system! With them :MINNESOTA

: i must be included the men of ----- .:..............
Dr. L. M. Bristol, head of the
the engineering schools and I ....C
1c } that portion of the student Department of Sociology and Eco- -- ---- -

f !< S body which, at assembly last nomics, has accepted a position at -- <

t, ., Friday morning, unanimously the University of Minnesota for I
,a voted for the appointmentof the coming summer. He will lec- ,

a committee which should ture on three phases of Sociology,
Bring NEW
>' formulate an honor system Social ProgressSocial Organization us your old hat YORK HATTERS fI

i plan for adoption bv this uni- and Social Theory. to have cleaned
t 1 versity. All these are flunk- On his way to Minnesota, Dr. and ,

; ers"l Bristol will represent the University blocked. We Next to A. C. L. Depot >
r .. But it is not necessary to of Florida at the fiftieth an- renovateit ; -

s) continue. The arguments ad.. niversary of the National Confer- completely.
'' .. winced will ink, in their own ence of Social Workers, which is carry a complete line of PanamaJ

quagmire of perverted knowl- to be held in Washington during

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BASE- 1 ed uninterrupted in its successful Mack, who at -
appeared oat-
jESHMEN trip by defeating Stetson 13 I.CO.MONOPO- *3; make no claim to be an abnormal -
to 4. classed by Ha ser, but Mack took c
Errors of the Stetson team account a brace and played some very psychologist," sail Dr.

BAIL SCHEDULE largely Richardson for the overwhelming score creditable .tennis before he bowed mES. FIRSTS IN: EwwaH as he drew back hvs ,chair.

-- looking pretty good on to the Florida man. .
IS COMPLETE the mound. In the third Florida The ?
scored four runs, on one hit. In
the Mack .. .. ...... .....062-1 2iM
seventh the Hatters'staged
a Hauser ....... .. .....6 2 6-2
of FloridaABCQ rally and made two runs, but Gray ;
University The afternoon session was
Ha proved tOQ much field events which had to be
baseball team Trill play Spender brought to a close by Hirschberg .
Barnes tons spring Gilmartin, Blake and Hitch- postponed from the Civifcm's visit
road and Crawford in a very pretty
rtJtt games of the season cock played best for the Gators; exhibition. Hirschberg trailed to a' later_ date were held during
with Dnval High School in while Grim and Morris bore the Crawford all through the match. drill hour Tuesday. Everythingwent
i brunt of the work for off in fine order, and it was T,
30-31. the losers. famous
soaville, March After 4-1 in the first set the
only final results that producedany
April '4, begins a three- Thursday proved{ a hard-luck "wait till the finish" ,artist
On day for Florida great aston 3hmen All the5rst
in St. Augustine with when Stetson came grabbed the opener 64. He drop .
ee back places were einclwsd'by J"D" Himdsome' ,
local Saints, and the Rats W.l1i and took the second game ped the second by the love route ** \
had .
e by a score of 2 to 1. Gunn company, while "B company !!
during the big Ponce pitched and was 4-1 down in the third set
|i Baying celebration. The season a good game for Florida, allowing when the play really started. to be Contented with the entire' and he admits; it!And he's

i Leon with two games in only two hits, and Smith The score: list of seconds. Company A .won a wise one too. He

U close April 13-14, with the for the Hatters, allowed only four Hirschberg . . : .6 0 7- 2 the third places except tin one brushes his hair withVaseline"
nsacola, on .
Jal: dub of that city. hits. An overthrow to second by Crawford . . .. .4 6 5-1 event, wall scaling, in' which the I. one knows Hair better Tonic.Ko then i '4
failure of one man to make it
tentative schedule has been I GunnJet in the winning score in The complete score follows: I he,the sleek,smart effect
The the last of the ninth. Courts Jax. .6. .-13 over the first throw gave' them F
Mickler as I Bange featured Fla. Public it gives to his bead. And
Manager ,
ranged fry I with the stick for Florida. U. of Fla., Gainesville . ..15 last place. C. Company which has .' be also knows that it la
tows: \ I heretofore lead in all events in a wonderful hair topic. 'r
March{ 30-21 "Duval High'in.., the battalion? could secure only one. /
; At all drug stores and :4
,Wn\ille. GATOR TENNIS TEAM GEORGIA-TECH SWIMMERS place, .which was third in wall : student barber 6hope.J \
April 456St.: S} Augustine in LOST TO JAX. PLAYERSThe I HERE MARCH 31 scaling. =s

;: Augustine. The other events such as platoon ; ICMMliAUa) : -

April 7j-Columbia High- 'in Lake., Gator tennis team craveled The first swimming meet at the drill, company drill individual sol. fate Stwet New YorkYsel."yrae . d
JJ, to Jacksonville and met the Jacksonville University will be held at Friezers dier drill, platoon. in attack, etc.:,\ : Every tttifmttfr. NL;*_ of tu
April 910.Leon High in Public Courts players: in Pond on next Saturday afternoon iwill be held in another field day I .H Itu 1ril7.-l Cbewa. ..
bassee a return match. They were defeated :March' 31, when Georgia Tech's before the first of May. All these

April 11-12-Palmer College*. at J by a score of 13-5 by the mermen meet the Gator fish in an events I carry points which win Vaseline > ;.

.jFnniak Springs. Pen'EBALL players from the metropolis. The '. aquatic meet. Hard practice will count one third in the final rating. 1

April 13-14-Pensacola at play was aSove the-; average and be the order of things for the ....u.a.'wp. .

c-j.. showed that the Gators have improved of Ozzia,Bie next week in or-
crew Where is old Petroleum? HAIR TONIC
since their last match. der to put the team in first class

_, TEAM LOST In the morning the playing of condition. Not much is known at Kerosene him last week, but he .

ONLY ONE GAME UP Geroge Yenawine, the Junior State present concerning the strength of ain't benzine since.-Boll Weevil

TO FRIDAYThe champion against Lines, the the Tech 'men.

champion of the University, was In the trip to South':Florida last
theBrst '-
baseball team on ,
Gator ,
as pretty a swat as one 1 ould wish week the Gators lost to Palm
road trip of the year lost to see. Yenawine won but not until 42-32 and to Miami Beach I
1oe game up through Friday. 'a fine battle was offered: ATHLETIC SUPPLIES ii -.I
the University intosamp
etson took The score: 368.How swimmers .
the university
by a score of 2-1. ,Rollinss Yenawine .. . . .6 6-2. the fol-

defeated twice, Stetson once, Lines .. ... . .. .r..2 3-0 showed up in recent trip in the QUALITY I SERVICE i
lows Bie .took first,place
Southern League ; /
and the Atlanta
The Rose-Crawford affair was a second in the back
breast stroke ,
team once. very fine match to watch and ;
'Ark Newton's pitching and home stroke, and; second in the diving BAIRD HARDWARE .
contrary to expectations was not event for all 11 points made CO. jjSV
Newton and Bange were .
raiis by round '
the walk-away as the first Palm Beach: Bie made one
the deciding: factors in the game affair of the state championship against '
in diving against Phone 7
point I
tvith.Atlanta in Palatka, which the showed. Rose was trailing all _
This gives the Gator captain a.
agora won 4-3, on Friday after- through the match and only by a
the two meets
total of 12 points for
aoon. The varsity collected only great, effort was he able to grab Barrs took second in the 100-yard
re hits but two of these were the two set:. Crawford's play has Palm Beach, first in r
[four-base Newton allow- event against ,
wallops. improved thirty since January. and third in the

fcd the Southern leaguers only six The score: the 100-yard 50-yard dash race against Miami, fora R. O. T. C POST,EXCHANGE \

peattered hits.'Newton's Clarence S. Rose'. .. . .6 7-2 total of 9 points. Moore was first
homer came in the ..-.. .4 5-0 r =
H. Lynn in the 220-yard swim and second in .
followed by .LSCoOperative
sixth inning .and was session the
In the the under water at Palm Beach. ": -
F.0 more which tied up the score.' play was very fine, the doubles between took third in the 220-yard .

peasley sent in Bange and Rich- Hunter and Burnett and He swim against Miami, giving him a :Military and Athletic Goods a Specialty \

ourg who had walked with a real ,
Hauser and Pomeroy was a the '
total of 9 points. won i -
.0 bagger. Bange poled out the tennis battle, all four using a chop plunge for distance at Palm #i

ome ran in the eighth frame that slice and on numerous occasions Beach for 5 points. Lorraine took Rear of Engineering nJdg. :, .

on the game. caused much laughter by the low second in the 220-yard race at ;. -,

The batteries were: Florida bouncing balls. Palm Beach for 3 points. In both ,14.;:',.,. c-rI.c;:: : : r.-"r.: "", ..-",_" a'-';' ,, =-c.J-it..':"'._. ....;.0.::..:_ ':.
Newton ana Ward Atlanta .
; The score: total ot -
Brady, Newberry and Schmidt. Hunter and Burnett :.6 6-2 meets, Florida made' a for her .- '""....-... -.? .
40 ponts as against 78 op- or ,
The Gator baseball club added Hauser and Pomeroy ._ .3 2-0 ponents. .. '- :. '

to its string of victories two The giant killers. Brown and I sEASTER'S
games with the Rollins College Slade, lost the first set 5-7 to _: .. .- ,

Tars on Monday and Tuesday of Crawford and Lines and then de- GENERAL W. R. DASHIELL '

this week, defeating them 6 to 2, cided that would be about all they WILL VISIT THE UNIVERSITY *
the time clothes not
for'airing new mpth
on the first game and 6 to 4 in could donate to the Florida cause I ,

In the second. The latter game and'ran out the match. General William R Dashiell, it balls. We have the former, but not the Iatt j"

was a ten inning battle in whichHendley The score: chief of staff of the 4th army .

for the Tars pitched ar Brown and Slade..5 6 6-2 corps, and in charge of all organ- : ->

tight ball until the ninth when Crawford and Lines .7 0 1-1 ized reserves in the 4th corps area V 114

the Gators tied the score. In tie Then Blitch took Pomeroy for a will visit the University next Monday :
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tenth, Tar. errors coupled with ride but not until the tall representative General Dasheill will be the Nuff Sed V f

timely hits brought In the winning from the University had guest of the Gainesville Sector of J .. ''..

runs for Florida. Smith, 1 made the former Junior Champion{ the association of the army of the 1, 't.

Gnnn and Gray pitched for Florida. travel three long sets. United States, and comes to the

Perfect fielding on hot hsides The score: university in the interests of the. BURNETT TH": CLOTHIER }

and.several spectacular catches Blitch ....... .. .2 6 6;-2 to look overthe I

............* 3 4--1 \ organised reserves .
made the extraordinarily Pomeroy
: game I The only match that Jacksonville battalion, and further R O. T. i
exdtmg. !
? by'Leo C. work here. "" _
lost was dropped -=- I''':: t -"'-" "" .
On Wednesdav the. team. continu-
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: K. K. HANSEN J. P. BLATT + i racks, Pa.,for a'four month periodof FIRST NATIONAL BANK
c / ".... ATROI11ES observation and instruction and I Incorporated 1888. I

then given a final examination Capital $100,000 Surplus, tic

t 6ttt + IEt + ti + + .. . . . .. Applications should be submitted GAINESVILE, FLORIDATHE '"
as early as practicable. Blank _.- .-
: t I forms therefor, aid more detailed
: : LIVES OF GREAT 1IEY are tendered a commission In the information may be obtained' at ., -
\ I (From the Gainesville. Sun) Medical { E =
; r Officers' Reserve Corps. any military station, or by writing ,
.' ." i f l *3f rs. C.. W.. t Bartdson: of .Fort ., U they-accept they are then placed the Commanding General, Fourth. I
!j ; 1:t Myers,Is spending a short'while at' : HEXALL STORE gyp :
4. '
J, active duty status with pay Corps. Area, Fort McPherson, Ga. 2
,,M, ). the White House while enjoying a"ritit under their reserve commissions LOUIS GRIG Staff. 719 W. University Avenue
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.at the University. I
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P'I, : f' 83 have a derv hadr time being:, l' ... ...........

f ... just one student. Grecnleaf & Crosby Company : --....

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"Yeh," said the ttartcr at:the -- -. -
s F''t:t Water meet, "this has been..daft JEWELERS ; .f r --.

I : f:f f awful day. First I forgot..:. my, ; ''THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
i 4 ; Jt! starter's pistol and had to go back Jacksonville, Florida 1
,.J F I to town after it. Then I found. f Basement Language Han

..\ that I had no cartridges, and: at ; I ,
> 1 Glass and Pins. Committees :1, t
pedals Rings
1; __\ the same time it began to ,raia.! : .
J j t Then on top of everything I got. in search loving cups or trophies, ; t rF

s 1 ; !.!i t the into motor the boat was and Evinrude.started,"off and I, 'suitable>j i ,for Golf, Tennis or other athletic ;I F. New Lin eof University Jewelry and Stationery!#*

if 1. !. I events, will find it an easy matter to t ,
', 4 t Assortment. of Pennants, Freshman Caps, MSJ.ory .
I ; Dr. Leake announces that the; I Gttoose from selection packages which we t '
.;: course in 'Shortcomings of the Republican -' '
send t Books, Etc.gggsasaaraaaa
; will gladly upon approval. '
party which, he had orig-J f 1 ,
t' 'i L-I inally intended to give next year 1 -- .J -- _.- 4I 4I ... .... .._
would not be offered \until the) '
I scholastic year; of 19241925. He) jgfi .i
i : I stated that
his copy of the book:
I which was to be used for a text'
t t had arrived, and that he had decided <-J
It t I that it could not be used be- .
"'t cause it seemed to have been written ..
: t from a biased standpoint, and
;: r he will ,not tolerate narrowness I Ican '
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'. where there is sufficient medical its wra.w./fw ore"
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>ning This board.examination is to all !x The new,' modern dormatory erected
open by Dr.. Waldo '
.* ( ,n male American citizens between George S. ,
ages of 22 6-12 and 81 6-12 years Yi All the comforts and .conveniences
; a student for.'i
,. r at the time of examination who could wish ",
,k t'' are graduattes of accetable Ready for
occupancy April 1., Make
; medical school legally authorized !fi .. reservations 'now. See
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degree of Doctor of /
Medicine, and who have had at !Ii ;,
f least one year's hospital training Y; '
subsequent to the completion of a DR. WALDO
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such medical school, or, in lieu ,;.
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a the Bible study I COMPANY
evening 4 You Know How We Stand on All College Matters I Ci.
vhfch have been organized t : phone 32 I t .
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a three piece orchestra and O A. H. JDbran uu i rrut.r> ur 'R }
c r meetings are gaining impet- Bicycles and Bicycle !
through the aid of the musical Accessories I !" .
i ram. Dr. Bucholz spoke to W1 East Main Street South !:Ii FURNITURE' COMPANY I
k A section men last Wednesday ; L
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(js{red and that fifty approximately men are reading two TIoFs ocil I DR. COX, Proprietor TELEPHONE 86 j r
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Bibles daily. Readings for aI
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a bulletin board of each section. TAILOR I K3flSI2nJBfiJiin! .
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1I I Icier* for the chicken pileau t AND' t \
Ych will be given to members 1 I -
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id the fraternity whicn ha3 the DRY I ST. PATRICK'S; 1.CATHOLIC CHURCH .

gbest average in the contest I I II E.. MAIN STREET NORTH 1
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: WRESTLERS, BOXERS AND COL. R W. DAVIS SPEAKSTO HIGH SCHOOL' this year. Any information 'le-- I've often stops 4 !
garding the meet can _be secured1from At :fate's
x J .1r.J LAST WEEK-END I peculiar
TRACK r ffir Jimmy Hudson, assistant For nearly an the fa
Robert W. Davis, editor of track p
manager. Were born "
I! ;s The Universiy wrestling and the Gainesville Sun, delivered a Tech. on

boxing teams which journeyed "to lecture before the Journalism class HERE APR. 6-7 ARTS AND SCIENCE WINNERS "Warden," :

4 Jacksonville last week-end for of the University/on Thursday in OF INTERCOLLEGIATETRACK who aaid {the
U their annual affair with the Jax/ which -declared.. "Newspapershave MEET. was ticketed to the

I t Y. M. C: A. received a draw in the become" the power of the The annual state high school "I need some exercise.

!j i # t number of, points won, the Gator world. Newsapers can make war track and field meet to bo; bold at (Continued from Page 1) "Just what" kind of

t representatives winning two or can make peace. Newspaperscan Flemming field April 6.7 gives Dr. Sweet, Prof. Reed. you" want? asked the '
I'd like :
', ; J wrestling and one oxing bout, arouse passion to make one go promise of surpassing any o: previous Timers-Maj. Van Meet, Capt. hegrinned., to skip
It while the "Y" athletes won three to war. Newspapers can morifyour Atkinson. -"Brooklra Ett -
and besides having a-
; t of the four boxirg matches. The opinions," years Annonncers-1rfarricano. ...

i { volley ball team which also met The speaker further said: Today record number of-teams entered Clerk of Course-Capt. Rider, ,! A Good Place JTl
,. + .the Y was only able to hand their journalism is the highest the should witness some keen competi- Jimmy Hudson. ; t U
I l : opponents a good scare in the first most influential, and the most tion among the high school of the Scorers-Frank- Wright Sam A Quiet PlaceCANOOCHEELOfei to

i contest, after which the Y came powerful profession. It takes a state in the race for first honors.A Cornwall, Bob Burritt. '-,. t ,

1,: ", back strong in a last minute rally man with a pure heart, pure and new arrangement will be made Guards-"Cy" Williams, Goldstein I 1211 W. UniVersity,
I winning the first, second' and third this year whereby there will be a _
; ,J lofty mind and intellect to present Lightsey, Smith"Morr.g. ... 411
of the series. championship class for those who .
I the questions to the world. The Plockercipn.
in the meet in
The Gator representatives shWed journalist should study human nature have participated .
and previous years and a novice class i I j. w. M'COLLLTII
; a fine spirit while only know your fellow man, know CARELESSNESS t\
r ,!, getting a draw are to be complimented his weakness know his strength, for those entered for the first tim DRUGGISTS

i for their show against and find out how to reach him This step has been taken by the "I am not much-of a mathma- THE ltEXALL SfOn

11 ,;; +{ their more highly trained oppon easiest by your writings. Journalism committee in charge so as to give tician*' says Carelessness,*' "butI Agents for
9.r the JIlP.n who have never h::d the
:" ents. taken in, all of its ramifica- pa't'in ich" can add to your troubles, subtract Liggetts and Nom-
:- '. ; .. :Stewart Pomeroy started off tions, absolutely controls the world advantage of taking from your earnings, multiply Gainesville .
i a meet a chance to compete on
.' ; the first wrestling match of the and the destinies of men." equal footing with their fellow. 'yYtir aches. and pains., take interest
,. evening against Lipscomb _of 'thcfY" : i ii r[ Cot: Davis' expressed himself as athletes. from your work, and discount -

i both men weighing in the in favor of a school of journalismat The quarter mile cinder oval on your chances for safety. Beside S H': 0 E

;. ; i ,: ,;' I middleweight division. After two the- State University and con- Flemming field has been thoroughly : this, I can divide your .r'
minutes of fast work the match gratulated the men in the journalism between business H B. M.
repaired this spring and is in the your TENCHO
1 i, : t i" was called off when Lipecomb'was I class on having taken the "best shape fcf any time since its and pleasure and be a potent factor -
3 F badly injured in' a fall to the mat. Colonel Davis said "You
J Ji. f course. erection three years ago. Im- in your failures. Even if I
i. i; f The second bout found Bowen Opv I need -a fcuilding with all the de- proved regulations ,will assure the 1 am with you only a small fraction Gainesville '. :
't,! I Ij posing Jackson, the Blue Jay'rep-" ; that which it takes
partments and
if : spectators of a snappy meet runoff of this time, I can lessen your
} s5 : resentatfve, in the bantam weight f to make a school of journalism." in an efficient manner. The last chances for success I am witha E Florida ,',

I .r; class.' *! The men wrestled, the'-altot-' The dash was complimented on ,of officials to have-charge of the figure to be reckoed with. Cancelme ,

i. ; I ed ten minutes in if .pretty'twit ; its good work' in editing the meet will be named in the near from your habits and it will S HOE :;
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:; : called a draw by referee 'B k-ko-
'- I" Jacksonville; 'Journal recently. uture. .. add to your total hapiness. The
;; r: witz. The third match proved,to- '
The preliminaries will be held Kansas )ffitial. z z .
i. f. t ,.. be the feature of the +bVeniag.i GREAT. TEAM OF SHOOTERS Friday afternoon :April the 6th' ,'I' V 1 .-
9 j: Link subdued Joe Pomeroy :the Y "J / the semi-finals Saturday morningand SPRING TERM OF NORMAL

: l wrestler, in about nine minutes of Five' shooters representing the the finals in the afternoon of SCHOOL OPEN3 ON APRIL 2. I Eagle Barber Shq

4 fast work. The men were 'about Winchester Repeating Arms Company April the 7th at 2 o'clock. Theme :
I r, evenly matched and gave a good and in FCHEXPERT
participating Trapshooting will be arranged in such a Dean Norman *nors that the
: exhibition of the grappling art. tournaments throughoutthe manner 'as to allow the athletes spring session of.the normal
Sam Cornwall met,Jasper, the Y United States and SERVICEIf
Canada to enter the maximum number of course will open pn April 2nd. It
k :strong man, winning his match during 1922 shot at 23,450 targets events and give them ample op- Is expected that at least ont hundred

1 r i ,, ,In a one-sided bout. Both ,met. and, of that number broke{ 22,814, portunity to rest during the time students will,,register on that t you call once yt'R d'
; j were lightweights. combined average of .9728, which between the calls date. v t

4 ; ;' Rt Langworthy met Peaka of ;Jacksonville I We believe comes pretty nearly Entry blanks have been sent to -Next: Door to Alacfca&j

,. in\ the first fistic go of the being a record for a team over; a over 200 high .scbools of the state Teacher-Johnny, why 'did you I PALEY BOYD!

I .: evening and lost a close judges; period of one year. 1 and it is thought.,that an increased ; laugh out"loudt" t rx Ii.
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$ ; '' decision. Lang-worthy broke 'Ws' J. JL- Taylor Newark:, Ohio, shot JohnnY-I didn't .
hand in the second round and_show at 4100 broke 4016 '
; average .9795; Teacher-But Iheard .
I "' ed much grit and determination ENGINEERING NEWS you.JohnnyWell'
by I
i D. F. Duncan Lucy, Tenn., shot at teacher
'\ i I laughed
ul I finishing the match. '; : ;j(
397,4 broke 3885 SAIYaS
1 ; \ average .9723. F. i up my sleeve and it came out PUBLIC
h ) In the lightweight rank Davis Glassboro The superintendent of the ,
yV 8. Tomlin N J, shot the hole in my elbow.Everything .
T f met and lost to Tom Ross, ;; -the"Y" -' 560,<0-, broke 5445, average ..9721.c. Gainesville Light and Power Co., ; We have purchased l luJ

pugilist. This match brought .G. Spencer,St. Louis, Uo., shot has invited the Engineering col- pair U. S. Army .Munics b
: -forth much 'silence on the part 6f 5750, broke 590, average .9721; lege to make tests of the generators shpes, sizes 5 1-2 to 12 sls

+ ,I ... both men. Stewart Pomeroy then J. ,M.- Hawkins J New Haven, and other equipment at the Electrical I: was the entire surplus ftadi

(ti locked horns with -Damels-itl the Conn., shot at 4025( broke 3878, plant. This will help the electrical JOS. J./ SEYItORA : one of the largest!: t. S. fc
middle' weight bout and win!-Mho :average 9634.: I engineering students to try out I ernment shoe contiarton
!i only scrap for the Gator team, b6Ing" their knowledge under PHONS* 107 .
I Ii' awarded the judge's"decision. __ ________1 .-_ conditions. practical GAINESVILLE, FLORIDAA f This shoe is guaranteed *
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In the"final bout Cy Williams was The,-personell of the volley ball The seniors in Electrical Engineering I hundred per cent lOUd
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i men weighing in as heavyweights. ,-Parker; Thompson, nice front bedroom; also table II tual value of this shoe is H*
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I 'S.,W ITRDNIZE ALLIGA TOR ADVER TISERAS THEY PA TRONIZE You r V1 U U FOR A GREATER FLORIDA UNIVERsrTY OF FLORIDA. GAINESVILLE, MARC1 ,1923 NO. 24 ON APRL FIRST ANNOUlNCE WO PRESENT AT BAIltDS ORIGINAL PROD ACTION BY REV. FATHER CONNOLY' Flows, the Dramatik Cub of yerUnivcrasty, more widc ly Imsn as the Masqura !t,.trlplaane an etiginal and -rsmo.J mkstion for the 192.1 e I, efled "Drern Stuff'. a n8sItal play in five p dvclrttd to be the be 6 raion produced by th tiOn. It WAIefl iS ases and : sta I d 32asue nader in the past sever: I se.wrs Without the semblarn e of a -ulit is "an eyeful! a I an cartil," and this little qjuotati,, -Mdb the truth, an nothing -lot th, truth. It is p1 jed in a tten of splendor thr' displays Egyptin all it's ancient glory, ad the higt-steping s deidy sot tf America to-day. It is unquecsnby a "Achkevement that isnsparamount." Fellows, you will receive hut one qpportunity this season to witness thescognized production of merit that your university brothers are -ildto offer before enacity Sndiaee throughout the state., "Dream Stuff" will be shown on the night of Aril 7 at the Baird htre, which is th' night of the lat day of the annual state high thool track meet. The old saying "A good begirnning irsures a better ending" is most aj plicabl. f.,r Trn Stuff'. The stecess of the ile performance here, and of the eft'ht p, other parts of the aate. redts largely uon the suprt of th, Urnversity boys3. So tile., look ahead a week or SO d plan to be among the large numbe,. o$ loet 'Gators with their tine Florida spirit in the audience at nIght. Review of Play 1'he play opens at a dinner dance the Ritz-Carlton hotel in New -.Among the later corners. Livingston wha has just Tt' rredi front Egypt wher for rl alt #ervire rendered in the field fllflrntipal eiernho has te lbecorate a hv tk C1,Aiv COMMENCEENT PROGR A M 7111 Sunday, May 27, Baccalaurate Sermon at eleven a. m. ticliered b y M .J e s Q. V n e D .D ., cheon at eleven a. ?v n th~Ui ~ersity Commons. Junior and S nior oratorical contest at eight p. nI. in the University gymnasium. Tuesday, May 29. Commencement address by Harvey W. Cox. 3!. A., Ph D. Harard, President of Emory Univerdity, Atlanta, at Grtiduating exereVn -. f-low DR. TUPPER SPEAKS ON EDUCATION AT CH APEL Sweek the tum 'rt c .v Dr. i(-ir hove,' Tur r, a noted Phi Iadelphia mne a nd ec tur.r *Thoroughly in with the studioTH atmo-pho,-o 'n ii. campus Dr. Tupper spike en gernertl education at the~ pretnUmrc. He docdared that there are three sigr. characteristic of the prozres; of -modern education, namely, the adIVance in nature etudv, thL increment to the k'iowl ,yt of nvtturand the diffusion of learning. In commerttng on thm defective I ducat~on of the past. Dr. Tupper cited the case of a flble in the British Mcvi> 'n wh oh t ai n grammatical errors made by Queen Mary herself. Fromnan vtatl compar o'n 4f the curiedaof the Mode-Tn Womia r-. High school of Philadelphia and the Yale e-urnculum of 68 years ago, he drew the conclusion that the hbgh -chool graduate of tO#tV has as mu-h etlucaH-r. tat!,n and Creek excvptrd a~ thm Yale grate. uate of a v nre azo Dr. TuppiI z tat the modern Amt r::an citizen does not realize the grreat educatiomil alvantages he posses"e o' r the Citizens of foreign countries' In Amercn-, sbilitv backed by aspirationand rcpplecation is the salient reouirvment. In Thursday's chapel Dr. Tapper defintd education p' the develop. I on~t of ont'Q wlf along the line. EDITION OUT ABOUT APR. 5 Sufficient A'herwt"ement and .Coy In for the First Publication The work of producing Florida. newestt publication, "The Swamp Angel", is progressing rapitily and the first edition will be out about A nril 5. Enough ad "crtising lhi been procured to insure che pt'blication of the two issues that will come this year. 'When the time Irut for contributions. Marrh2fl was reached. The ftn~t Lsue wil consist of about thirty pAge., the I tail price of which will be 25c 'or a subscription price of tnc for the two issues, payable in advance-. Mail orders will be ~e' postpaid for the same price. AL' orders should be sent to Ted Perdarvs, subscription manager, immnelo-, It is plarned to p statk-wide distribution Swamp Angel" to all portant cities, high si colleges. The constit general organization o ]has received the final a the faculty committee tic?,, and "The Swam although put out by Club. has been placed on the same basis as two publications on the rOCUrC a of "The of the im-hools and ution and fthe club pproval of oni public.p Angel," the Quill practically the other canmpuI. BE READY ON OR ABOU MY1T The Seminole is fast c ampletion and, nothing in nealing terferes will be ready for distrnbution about May I. The book wvill contain about 375 pages, the greater OF 1923 SOPHOMORE PRODUCTION ARTS AND SCIENCE WINNERS MEET AND KING N EXT. Tte Arts rio St Cnte College took the lt,l-eto cme yesterday with 83 points, the Enyes1 point an th Ag 6 poirt. F'ivc ,cw r~ As w er, establish ed and orn' cquallcd last year's reFranz Paul Editor; Hubert Weeks Man. Ed.; Blatt Business Mgr-. The nucleus of next year's Seminole Staff was elected last Wednesday evening at a joint meeting Fetween the Sophomores and Freshmen lawyers. The officers elected were: Franz Paul, editorin-chief; Hubert Weeks, Managing editor; and John Blatt, business maflrg(r The remainder of the staff will be seicted by these three men. This was probably the most enthudastie class meeting of the y'ar, and both Srophowores and F,-rhmen lawyers turned out 100 eretent strong. There were many xi nees to' C: oh position. and h -e i, no doubt but tha t the ive best men wvero selected. The lt ting of tha staff this year, instead of the first of next vear, was the sutrgestion of our present Seimnole stf, wbo have fo'jrd by experIence that the forn,,r method doe, not allow suffiient time for ;,Tanning the boAk and placing the contract. With erfice'nt editnrs, and a ; hole year ahead of them, thera !ittle dloubt that the 1924 Sem,mnole will be the biggest and be-t ri'0oida !.s ever had. UI.OF F. MILITARY As a resut of the urspection favorable report riven by Colonel Falls who inspected the battalion 1n Febniary, the H 0. T'. C. at the ULnisersity~ of Florida will be visited by a board of officers from W~thington the rarly part of April -o:1.I ihtch dash .n 10 1record of 10 new, record w in 3 A-5 ;coo t. r thar tic lit kauff put 9 1-2 inche, tow. Fleet 9 1-si hei nd prc tha 1-2 ran the 100-yard 'conds against a Case hung up a b e made the 220 s, two seconds betvious record. Mid16 lb. ihot 40 ft. tteting the rcord inches. Middlekauff also made a new record for the Javelin, 151't". Arts anti Sdience College set a nw record of I nun. 40 7-10 -e nds in the relay. Middlekauff was the individual s~tar of the moet. making 26 pointS Hfe took PirAt in the shot put, diectr jas 'hr high jump. broad *yje :o ,''l the pole vault. Kzng and Buitc honor, with 10 Sunma, GO0-vard t s~zor .e--lit 220-vard! dash ornds--Case, Pet 440-yard

THE FLORIDA ALUGA rot i PAGE THREn *'* SOaFYMml)CLOS noDuGAn US dance, dansant, officers Satur. for the ~, that the USshould be mad. Schuderi, F. M. interewtrng ~e Ag. club nosy nigut. Tne progan mt announced in advance and boys curiosity was piid V notice that the meeting ihbe "100 percent pr 1cie"*. goed dised hunch of curiosity mr nere cc band wvhe, dhe tiwa, boiled to erier C' e that he misbt choose tK of a on the I'erer *seriOtk I ssors inI mak4 a etopics talk Lov .tFst Siht" lung kept porn~ bSia good from the crwd noaneed and otcbn~ttg gut ThI. brought ed in a gal. much credit cm 0. a. Davis to, wbaah and thu everya men **'MS in esbmeute were erwed. On at m for each peus he nesting to ot laugt.t snot be given rthe clever way baditY. U. C. A. VEAMDMEN ARE ARNOUNC) Th, following Oonimittees chairmen have been by the Unlvernity 7bm~ electing House Committee flradshaw. Sunday sehool-J. C. Lyceum-K. of ppoz,* Y.JL.C. and the to B. *of Davis. --Vigil. Brd. K. Hansan. Athletic-BoMbie I Extenhion---W. S. Friendship--David These officers wi appointments until present The cabinet wish the students suggestions conditions "V." is comfort Snx Robnto Middletsn. Ramho. ill keep he end their of the officers offer any that will better the ot, the ious to campus. provide of the student, as it is postitle to The for the far as do so and students should inform the cabinet thing of for which there is a great nanship. Extra v Super-Fine alue is, of course, I Ederheiuaer-Stein to be expected. Suits at Fifty and Sixty Donr EVERYTHING MEN AND BOYS WEAR I Porter Clothing Co. JACKSONVILLE, CORNER BAY AND LAURA I. t [ti. 4 I a --a a a a a a ~ a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a -a a -~ papa sq p p4 w r -W ---WW'V -----------W W W w w JOHNSON'S PH ARMACY DrUg',, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Comdb I We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only purest drugs used. LoW prices. Quality considered. G.ajneaville, Florida.4 Y EARLY maintenance and repair costs amount to little or nothing for weli-built vitrified brick pavements capable of lasting a generation. A few mills a square yard often is all that is needed for the annual up-keep of all brick pavements in the community. THE PHIFER STATE BANK GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA I. I I I C. PREVArF. Pro,. .eeeeeeeeeSOOOCCO FLORIDA BAHBiur HO WEST SIDE SQUARE Guaranteed service and Courtesy is our Motto PAVEMENTS Bedding, Pillow Sheets, Blankets Cases. NOVELTIES MlADE TO SPECIAL ORDER the affair was THE FLORIDA ALLIGArOE IDea have the pihilege own assana school year. RI HONS--RIlilON -V. -a' N I -~ I-. q it,I O a. We Invite College Men to See and Try On Our beits. EDERHEIMER Ed STEIN CLOTHES on Tan ro $30 -$35 -$45 in Specally deigned for the straight, slim figures of Varnity men-tailored to lookaaogood in the showdwn as theydo in teshowcaae. Some of the models hare inverted-pinst backs that finish with a belt. Some have bellows shoulders; also belted. Scale have patch pockets that the button through, other patch pockets are plain. Some are two button. Some ted are three button. A. Al] in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished makego


THE FLORIDA ALIAO PAGE FIVE IS COMPLETE University of Florida basebSil team winl play road 'games -This spring, -ng games of the season with Duva1 High School in lle, March 30-31. April 4, begins a three-. -gres in St. Augustine with jsl aints, .nd the Rats will gagngduring the big Pence gla c elebration. The season dose with two games in a, on April 13-14, with the club of that city. tentative schedule has been -by M ,reigr !Miekler flq 3O-31--VUVa1 High in sille. 445.6St. Augustine in flgustfle. Ap," 7.-Colunabia high in Lake fl 9.10.--Leon High in TalApil 11-12--Palmer College at k Springs. Aila 13.-4--PenscOln i' PenBALL TEAM LOST ONLY ONE GAME UP TO FRIDAY The Gator baseball team on the irroad trip of the year lost py one game up through Friday. aeso took the Vniverjity into sp by a score of 2-I. Rollins se defeated twice, Stetson once. athe Atlanta Southern League am Once-. Ark Newton's pitching and home ans by Newton and Bange wer th Atlrt in Pltka, hthie frtors v~on 4-2, on Friday afteroon. To v-rsty collected only r 1 hibut two of those were row-hare wallops. Newton allowd thle Sitern leaguers only six lettered hits. 'Newton's honmcr enre in the rt innir'g and was~ followed by tomo whieh tiel up the score.Iacly ent in Banre and Richhjurg who had walked with a nwo bagtcr. Blane~ poled out the sOmhe run in the eighthh frame that Wont the gamneThe 1 atter. e. were: Florida-Newton ,y I War I, Atlan' '--Prady, Newlerrv and Schmidt-. The Cator baseball club added 60 its string of victories two games with the Rollins .Thhlege fason Monday and Tuesday of tks we4k, defeating them 6 to 2, :n the first game and fi to 4 ifl SThe second. The latter game WAS a ten inning battle in which Kandley for the Tars pitched ar debt ball until the ninth when the &ators tied the scoon. In t:e ed uninterrnpted in it. successful trip by defeating Stetson 1n to 4. Errors of the Stetson team account lrely for the overwhelming score looking pretty good on the g mo n.,nthe third Forid the seventh the Hatters staged a rally and made two runs, but Gray proved too much for them. Spencer, Gilnmrtin, Blake and Hitchcock played best for the Gators;while Crim and Morris bore the brunt of the work for the losers. Thursday proved, a hard-luck day for Florida when Stetson came back and took the second game by a score of 2 to 1. Gunn pitched a good game for Florida, a!lowing only two hits, and Smith for the Hatters, allowedJ only four hits. An overthrow to recond by Gunn let in the winning score in the last of the ninth. Bange leaLulod vath h1.dick for Florida. GATOR TENNIS TEAM LOST TO JAX. PLAYERS Tie Gator tenis to Jack Sony ie a retiir feat ed players play w showed provw 4 in t Geroge sontipeI an Public Cc n maten. by a Score from the as atove t that the 4 since their flt' Yenwwr e, th team traveed pl ayers wore 1-5 by p 0r. have match1.ying 0: Juier State hrmni on, again-t Lines, the champion of the Univers:tx. wa as pretty a S\mat as One 4 ouM wv.h to soe. X'enawvine wor.'mit not lu tii a fine battle w-as offered The score: Xtinne ..3 6 -2 The Rose-Crzwford affair wats a very fine match to watch an] contrary to e'xpem1iUonls wV not the "a! kawv1y a 9 the fir -t round affa or the state arnp athrough the a'h He took third in &c 22fl-yard mwn aaint Miami. giving tini a t t of S pontc. Clifton won the pluce for d:staflce at Paln EDe~ fnr 5 paint*. Lxrra n~e took s. cnrd ja thy 220-yard race at Palm it. a for fl po at. Yrl. et ce Florida madh a tot:,! of 40 r' ;as ada nst 73 for her opGENEHAL W.T H. DASHIELL WILL V!SIT THlE UNIVERSITY Gena.l WiB jam R. Dashiell, chief of staff 0f the 4th army corps, and in charge of all organized reserves in the 4th corps area -m; LAi tin Tlniversitv next ManD.CO. MONOPO"I mak no clh to b n oanrnal pbyehologst," sail1 Dr. EnwaN as he drew back t'hairh. MIUFARY MEfl The field events which had to be postported ron, the Civitan s visit to a later date were held during drill hour Tuesday. Everything *went off in fine order, and it waw only final results that produced any great *stonihhmen. A!! the first place were einehed by company, while 'B' eonmpanyt had to be contented with the entire list of seconds. Company A won the third places except in one event, wall scaling, in which the failure of one iran to make it over the first throw gave them last place C Company v hish has heretofore lead in all events in the battalion could secure only one place, which was third i'n wafl Scaling. The other events suell as platoon drill, cOflpanv drill, individual soldier drill, platoon in attack, etc. will be held in another field day before the first of May. All these events carry points which wifl count one third in the 6mna rating. Where is old Petroleum? Kerosene him last week, but he .amnt benzine flin4 m--BolI Wc v I A T HLE TIC QUALITY V -I *-1 '4 ii' S~~XC! ,~ I-A. -, IuflM~ AA~ aril ~,5t ---' -I a ,lt.I~ t~'' I hrtrslict -I I Ndcm 'V ..-p IsQ the Kit rIvOS I I kr nIso k ~ 'A~4viLr I an 1 uttilt b~ 'I. h$41b ~LAJ' U'. k4Ati7~*Y,, ) -wad-. ~''~ Vas HAIR SUP PL I SERV H AR D WA RE -' ekI ----ICE -0. T. C. POST EXCH ANGE Co-Operatdve and Athletic Goods a Speeiaity Rear of Engineering Bldg. EASTER'S the time for airing new clothes, nmt moth We have the former, but tOt t(e lid'is A r ADES FIRSTh IN 11 -f K ~~,<-1 'I A d met arts They of i: met r he a Gators last In dothe and Im-I I d I h II ~0 Li' the e m; *5~ V 4 pon S-, B A IR D -a 4', Phone 7 I" R. 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''1 t~ I I LIVE OF GREAT MEt (From the Gainerviflc Sin) 'Urn. C. W. Bar Waon, of Vons Mye.Is.pending a he whie at i-h Whit. House while em joking dents atthe Uslatity."saYou're doing fine, rat; mest @f -s have a dern hadr tim. bei'W Jun One student. "flh,"' aid the starter at the Water meet, "this has been pm awtml da,. First I forgot Sr starter's pistol and had to ge hack to town after it. Then I found ,thatI had no aidges, and at Then on top of everything I get Into thboa ad sartdff a D. Leak. annonce, that the course in -Shoflcominga of te Re publican party which he had orig-' scholastic year of 1924-1925. He stated that his copy of the book which was to be used for a text had arrived, and that be bad deecded that it could not be used because it seemed to have been writanother year. so that Dr. Leak' can write a text. It require a year to do this because the text will the nature of an encyclopedia. IS ANNOUNCE The Pioneer Writers Guild of America will award the following prizes to wrnterr and artists whose work hat never been published: 1No, 1. For the best short story $15.00. No. 2. For the best porm, iro.oo. No. g. For the veqt ploy $150.00. No. 4. For the best cartoon $150.00. Only writers and artists whose work has never been published (except in school, college and fraternal Journals) are eligible to enter this contest. Anyone inltOrestad in this may obtain rules and complete information from the Pioneer Wrltqrs Guild of America (Guild Hall) S Charles street New York tity. The winning story, play. poemn and cartoon wIll. be Dublished in the Kay inse of the Pioneer. ARMY EXAMS TO BE FIELD DURING iIY A Prelhxmmary examination of applicants for apointment as first TEN FLORIDA ALUIGATOX -4--* S .4 LK .HANSEN J. P. BLA'WT A and ordered to the Medical Field Series. School at Curisie 3mracks, Pa., for a fbar month period of obsermtion and instruction and then given a hnal .am-ic.tlon. Applications should be submitinformation may be obtained .t any military station, or by writing the Commanding General, Fourth Corp. Area, Vert Meflereon, Ga. [DUNB auO a. ate thfdfrd S COIUUISMOD ut the Weisst Office, Roe,. Corn..If twe accept they are then played cnas ada,. duty status, with pay under their v-ewre commIssIons *I= Jackneanyille, Florida Medals, Glass Rings and Pins. CommitI teeB in search of loving cups or trophies, I suitable for Golf, Tennis or other athletic | j evnts, will find it an easy matter to $ 9 Choose from selection packages which we $ wit gladly send upon approval. g S I I I Si S I V. I hfi I! DeSOTA AND Next Door (North) to Mrs. Just Opposite to 4 a ~-\ -~ I :. ~ 2J 0 II -9 C0 I,2. dtnri. k-A V. ~1 '7, '. '~ -University *4" f ," .B.JA. K-., 3J >~S se e C cenca e .-FIRST NATIONAL BA J Incorporated 1888 Capital $100,000 Surpi~ lj. L. GAINESYILE, FLORIDATHlE REXALL STORE NO. 2 719 W. University A venue "Thi Drug Store Nearest the Univerktyr Prompt Delivery Service PHONE gg Basement Language Hall New Lin cot University Jewelry and Stationery,j Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps. Ma. ory Books, Etc. eaaeeee. Ramsey's Convenient to IL, w A E ---r -.-. ., -. I I<, -t -~ -4, 2 L WEU t -ji Ac.' e,.a A / / I A r t 4 -~.tttz C, -C~ t LLL 0 -: S -.~ b I I 7-' I ~C -l 4.-. I j'.-Yt~~as .~ I -'4 4 9 -,-k~~ s-s .4 PAGE SIX .++*+ *+9+.4*4. t. 94+4* 9*4 .4 Ii 3 4, -eeeOC-4Si Greenleaf & Crosby Company 4: II 1< VI 4, FSSAY CONTEST t HERNANDO STREETS I: I' 'I t B! Board --------, 3 FLORID A HALL


__________TEE PLORIDA ALLIGATOR PEaz SEVEN OF THOMAS HALL mI sBLE CLASS ti AVIWDANCE y rsEing the Bible study hic have been organized of the dormitories of the fraternity ban on the camgaicas of the "Y" ,e ba attendance. aev~ed the leaders Japus D section Thon.e lead with an uimdnee Of ninety-sevA ad E sections in 'a"e rd' them a cls Bhe fraternIties and board*Dr. Enwall speak to re -orcertra and .ingt are gaining impetDr.fluhol spk to recens of daily Bible realSw that approximately two ,An fifty men are reading fles daiy. Readings for ueek arn posted In the ball wiletis board of each section. Whit. has arranged for the for the chicken pileau will be given to members S.aernmity when'C ha th average in the contest dose hn t A prIl 15 for a series .f lee~ures I. delivered here by Colonel sundam in 4prii. These h.will be similar in nature the.e ulvued la-C year by Nair. They will la-it fox Prices t.0 days. A large flUnier of indoorbs balls and bats have been r-. hasedbythe "r and ar. availfraternity which makes appliatind for dhem to the secretary in the "Y" office. MeiN'IoSR NOTES (ALSO PROM TUE SUN "Tb. fruit shipment. 'from Mcintosh have been very heavy for the past week have been very heavy, anywhere from ten to twenty carloade of lettuce and c mae ein shppe daily from hare some of this delicious onion short-cke or some of tbia supet To YOUTH o'youth -tho art deceived by Of romance's wondrou power"s Bo beguile life's fleeting hours. O happy.-happy youthful days Far too briliant to endure; For, to' amiton simply plays With th, vain thing, which allure. |how h&kIed youth will drc staff Of sweet mancense *nd Whichis scattered byth While busy Blows his floor Until the Pnves yr O'er. time. w~tfl ire, a soroe early uth'. labor got3., op the ease c'haef bellons the long hour. are D. W. Reduced Ion's Suits Sponged and Pres THE BEST SERVICE IN GAINESVILLE New Schedule of Prices MEN'S SUITS CLEANS!) ANDt PRESSED PRESSED C I Pieces .75k 3 'eces i Piece, .oc 2 Pieces.See us about Club Rates; al so about Family ft DYEING IS OU R SPECIALTY .0 ed,35c )NLY So ates BEST SQUIPHENT We have the best equipment in th e city of Gainesville. We invite You to call at our plant and see for yourself the sanitary treatmet your clothes receive. Our prices have been reduced. "lt yOU Pay mnore for your work, you are foolish; if you can get it for less, you Sre in luck." SANITARY CLEANING & PRESSING CO. PR ONE 675 HOS SEFor Easter and Spring BnvR dnn't fAroet that new nair' of --J. S.BODIFORD COMPANY j Drggiau Phne 3 .S 5 $Sanitary Cleaning & Pr essing Club 9 Opposite Star Garage $ LET US CLEAR 'EM $Dyeing and Pressiug Also $ ~ Phone 675 I A. H. Poran For Bicycles and Bicycle 232 EastA Man Stroet South I II AND' DRY CLAE $Phone354 i YOUR RAZOR $ BLADES ,Sharpened at about one,third the cost of new blades SWEARINGEN'S $ I AT IDEAL CAFE $ Opposite FIre Station a AYe rind Our Own Lenses NO -DELAY Qamnesxalle. Florida. VISIT US EVERY DAY THE LYRIC THEATRE p p p p p p p p p s p -P --a a a aS a a a a a S POR T ING GO OD S Foothafl flardware .f All Kinds SEE US THE THOflAS COMPANY Ptn 2 4 WEST SIDE or SQUARE Tennis r w pa w r -----------------'w w -U'. WWWWWU ALEX CAFETERIA FRESH-CLEAN -C OOD lint's the phee to get what you nant when yee wanS ~I. ANY'lhUG at ANYTIME SE Vidal Drug Ompany FOR DB1UGS, STATIONElY, TOILET ARTICLES, CAJIDIEl, SOUVENIR CABDfl, WATERMAN PENS I EASTER CARDS I Send the Good Tidings ImasN -m m k o Yea Know How We Stand an All Colkge Matters Sap eeeee.ineee.Sa. -. ~ k F A N 'ii I GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY Victrolas and Records I;.K COf, Proprietor TELEPHONE 86 ST. PATICfl CATHOLIC CHURCH K MAIN STREET, NORTH Reverend John Comoley, S. 1'. L., Rector TNEPHONE 629 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES SUNDAYS-1O:3O A. I. and 1:4 P. M. WWEKAY7I:3 A. N LI I LA ~ I I. it ~)1 .4. V It-. I 41 ------,


The Univeraly wrestling and boxing teams which journeyed -to their annual affair with the for Jax' Y. IL. C. A. received a drawr i the number of points won, the representatives wrestling winning and on. boxing "Y" athletes won of the four boncig matches. volley Gator two tte The ball team *hich also met opponents a gooli scare in contest, after bhe irst which the Y cae back strong in a last minute rally winning the fir-st, second and third games of the series. The Gator representatives shewedafne sojrit and while anl7y getting a draw are to hec merited for their their more highly ents. show trained Stewart Ponmeroy started the first wrestling match evening against Upseomb o"Y" both men weighing in middleweight minutes divsion. omliLgainst opponoff of the Cot. Robert W. Davis, editor of the Gajnvifle Sun, delivered a lecture before the Journalism clas of the University on which he -declared. Thursday In "Newspapers have become the power of the world. Net.sajpors can make war or can mike peace. can arouse passion to to war. Newnpapers can our opinions." The speaker further day journalism is the most Influential, and powerful profession. man with a pure heart, News papers make one go modify said: "Tohighest, the the most It takes a pure and lofty mind and intdllect to present the questions to the world. The journalist should study human natore. know your fellow man, know his weakness know his strength,. and find out how to reach easiest by lIs,, taken in your writings. him Journ.all of its ramifications, absolutely controls the world and the destiajes o' men,. CoL. Davis expressed himself the After two or fast work the watch in favor of a school at the State of journalien University and congratulated the men in the journanumber of this year. tcinms will be entered Any inforndt'a: I'eoften garding the meet can be secured from Jimmy Hudson, assistant track manager. ARTS AND SCIENCE The annual state Flemming April 6-7 promise of surpassing any 0 Iions years and besides h~ record number ofteams should witness sonmc keenc state in the race for first A rew arrangement will this school bohld at gives it preVtying a entered ,ompeti>I of the honors. be made I year whereby thera wilt be a championship class for those who F ye participated in the meet in preVimus year. and a novice TUlACK (Continued Dr. Sweet, Prof Timers-Maj. Atkinson. WINNERS ME ET'. from Page 1) Van Fleet. Capt. Announcers-Marsicano. Clerk of Course-Capt. Jimmy Hudson. Scorers--.Frank.Cornwall, Bob Guards-"Cy" stein, Lightsey, Plockermn.n clas for those entered for the first time SThis step has been taken by the committee in charge so as to gv the mnen who has e rover hA ndvantage of taking pat a meet a chance to compel 2 )f Li eflval looting SThe quarter with their IL llo'v mile cemder x i Flenmmixz field has been thoro'rhIy repaired this spring and is in the test shape 'bI any time since its ciection three years ago. Ia provej roguLIations wi a-;ure the ;pectators of a snappy mrevt ra Wright, Burritt. Williams, Smith, CARlELESSNESS "I amn not t ia. says Stopped tC For nearly all the Wecre born one ITech. who wai t (ketedj to th Just what kind Yu nnt asked of -9 I'd like to skip t4 negr Rider, Sam II OvdMoir a .1. much of a mathmaCarelessness? I can add to your troubles, "but subtract from your earning,, multiply-yfUr aches and e ]XV Liggett Gan esvia and Ntrri pains, take intercst from your ;vork, and discount your chances for safety. side this, I can divide your thoughts between i Be. yoUr |1 S H H B. (M. & ** .* a fa S ua --4= I S I| DW A 'nc. I i .4 I C 3 III I r I, 1~ ie-{ ned -me