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S' _t regular Bible study I High school principals and lead_

tiIDe, ',held at the "Y" WednesA -. -- ing educators from all sectionsof
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,jfrht, April 11 at which I II the state gathered here Thursday :

-e fee Announcement of the winner F. s. w. G.. GIRLS TO THE FORT' LAUPERDALE. : .GATORS WILL HOLD ,afternoon the opening see
TEAM s" ;
'It tie "Chicken Dinner' will be MADE POINTS; sion of the Fourth Annual Coil

'J.' All ,cabinet me.abers be DUVAL, SECOND 1V1TH ference of High School Principals,
.urn to attend prepared to nom- c BE HERE FOR NEXT 24; QUINCY THIRD 18 I FIRST DUAL MEET held under the auspices of the r'

1te officers for next j ear. The : : Teachers College of the Univerri-" .y '

neefcsg will be led by Kenneth LYCEUM NUMBER Under a broiling sun, before I WITHSUWANEEThey ty of Florida. ,
Organization appointment
Irifssdthe''topIc for discussion*" fully two thousand people the -
nil be: "% ere the Bible Study' Ninth Annual High Scho l'Track of committees together with addresses _4

** Afternoon and Evening Of Meet came. t r.8 glorious end Sat Will Meet University of and discussions featured -
pro- April 13th At The the opening session Thursday --
f urday afternoon! on Fleming Field The South NextSaturday .
I. a ianqact and will be given Baird Theatre with six records smashed, fire forenoon.
records made in the,initial novice The Thursday afternoon sessionwas
B tfce, Commons about May 10. i
address on
lerent members of the facultybe The next Lyceum: number will/ meet, and Fort Lauderdale tb* t The first track and field meet given Educational over Status an of the
be present and a good time appear here on the afternoon and vanning team The secret the I to be held b.','N"cn the University State's Institutions of Higher I

-r-fe :anticipated by the win- evening of April 13 a.t the Baird success of Ft. Lawfcrdale' lay in and i another college will be staged Learning by Dr. A. A. Murphree,
-:FN ,: wilt ; a- well-coached, evenly Balancedteam i next Saturday, April 14; when the
1/ *-view on, the Bible Theater. :TJw program l "puton and an address by Icon, W :1J.,
jr classes will be held in the )by the F, S. W. C. Dramatic ,_ whose consistency'an&-,endurance Gtttor track and field men meet Cawthon, State Superintendent"of
r f'r' I _Club under the 'direction of Miss account for its victory. I Sewanee on Fleming Field. The Public Instruction, on the "Certi H '
Starting track three track
only years squad has been practicing
>>t. White announces that the Mary Hollingsworth. The names fication of Teachers" _
ago, this email high school, by hard under Coach Atkinson and
,RL l,&s'<" Home Journal and the of the cast have not been disclosedbut The program for Friday was a '
hard and faithful work, develop I tare in fit shape to put.up come
the according to our !best.information talks and discussions
RcUral! Review will be put in j I series of upon
ed a team which yesterday de- keen"competition when the visitors I
Ong room for the benefit of there will be about thirty girls "Classroom Supervision." The : ,
fthe the state with
I eaat pick come here.
!he co-eds. tl:k2' part. I I business session closed Friday "
ease. To Cosclv Prescott goesmuch I The team to compete with Se-
I Both matir and evening programs The majority of the educators
!fr. White announces also that for his team's work. :I wanee will be picked from the fol-
t. 0. I. Woodley, a member will .be given; the- initiate remained over, however,
owing Freshmen and Varsity I
brilliant performers men.
The most
for students only,.and the evening to witness the state high school
.tf the Faculty for the Spring term, ,
was James Whidden of Quincy r The 100, yd. dash-Bhtch, Case Pet t
l. held here on -
fur An track and field meet
|fc-teen requested to give a course programs the dark horse of the meet, who tiyway"1oe "ton, ns hop. The 220 I
will be mads at the Friday and Saturday. ;
i prf! lecture upon the theme: mission defray captured three firsts ,and the.cup I yd. dash-Case, X -c on, Pettiway, .._ _. .
j'"Gtooslng a Life Work," to such evening perf
j i\\ie bers of the seinior and junior I II the expenses of the girls on theirtpip he was the most brilliant performer t Dickey,. B11tch.CcPt L. Todd: The bo, Monroe. The shot put-Middle-

|I ism I as desire to consider thisfvportant 1 to Ga.t t1.\'m* the work of Burwell, of Ft. : s&0 yd. run-C..=. DUi.iy, Bratley. t! kauf. The javalin-Sinimons, Mid-
question seriously. The All classes will be suspended Lauderdale, stood out as the most i The one mile rua-C-x; King, Poe, j jI j dlekauf, Newton, Anderson. Run-'
[i alone is epecif- during the ea. in Gilroy Adamo. The two mile : ning broad jump-Newton: Petti- >.
as designed not ._ ._ consistent. This man placed
J hiT! rocational advisement, but u - five events, and'was a dangerous I run-King, Gilroy, :Iamo, Stewart. jThe ]ti way, Monroe. Pole vault-Marshal, t .

d Nj. considers all the elements of thebottem ing his life work. man in several others. i : 120 yd. high hurdles and the | MagilL High jump-Middlekavf.

that should be taken in. Owing' to the limited amount Summary of events; 220 yd.- low hurdlt ,':o-nell, Ram1 1 and Marshall. e.=
Ii Continued on Page; Eight I
Consideration when one is woos Hundred yard dash-Whiddon,

------ Quincy; Du Puw, Lemon City; wARn
TRIANGLE Hebble, Tampa,. Time 10 6. BILLY OF DAYTONA HIGH WON t t: 1

FLORIDA NEGATIVE TEAM WON IN Pole Vault-Gordon, Ft. Lauder-

dale; Robertson, Duval; Bryan, Ft. FIRST PLACE IN DEC LAMATION CONTEST 'f1;
{; DEBATE FROM SOUTH' CAROLINA (Lavdsrdale"New record: -).Height 10 ft., 10. In. I

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HERE FRIDAY Mile run-Carter, Fort Pierce;
Finneran, Duval; Stewart, Ft. Billy Ward of Daytona High
C \ InoxiTille, Tenn.-, April 6.-Car- OFF THE PRESS Lauderdale. Time, 4 min., 50.9. won the gold medal at the Higb HRDAYEVENIN1t
.n Fell (New Record.) School Declamation Contest hdd
and L. W. Jennings
"3 11 a three to' two decision The first edition of the 'Swamp 120 High hurdles-Espedahl, DaY'I at the "gym" last Friday tught. The Masqueraders presented i
Johnson, Ft. Lauderdale; His oration was Psi.ftk Henry'sfamous '
&inst tuna; their 1923 production 'DreamStuff"
fthe University of South the humorous monthly
ao>st in the Triangular debate publication Angel published by the Quill Mogford. St. Petersburg. Time 18 "Give" mi Liberty or Give at the Baird Theatre last': o
Lclght me Death. Webster Memtt night before crowded house and I
They upheld the negative University, appeared a ;
Club for the flat.High G.
Gainesville Lawrence
tint question "Resolved that the Named the DebutNumber jump-McDowall Gainesville High as a grand finale to the high {
1 Wions should nleuleacb on sale Friday. of twenty ; Thrower Quin:;; S .:.u, 5t.Petersbur Jones, of Hillsboro and Aaroj Ob- school track meet. "Dream Stuff 1
it Height 5 ft, 9 1.2 erdorfer of Duval High won sec }
!fit 'from all indebtedness In- of humor with a good : proved to be a play full of sparkling -
red for the of carrying pages and representative -, inches. (New Record.) end: third.and fourth .prZes. receiving comedy humor, and origins
parpos sprinkling of cuts ,ined-
dash-Burwell, Ft. silver and bronze
..U4e 44O:yard the situations. It is a musical play in
V :'todd War". A largeace'ef of advertisers.The -
list .
Mahannah Ft. ala and decoration respccttvayf.Merritt' s
Lauderdale. .
!'ie which there were a done in colors depict four!phases and an original Era
cover Lauderdale Sanchez, Gainesville. oration was the same as the
of a ; ductioD-; of Father Connoley
flying over
University professorstaeased the "Swamp Angel" "The ft
Ward's. Jones. rendered .
> the Edlriallyspeaking Time, 55.5 sec -(Continual oa par eight)
debate. Florida swamp "scene. de,
Whiddon. 0ber4orfer
1 220-yard dash Clown's Baby. '
*: at Gainesville the the Swamp Angel says, Reed, classic MSpajrticO3 ta -
? Quincy; Heebie, HUUboro; Izvered the .
r eralty of South Carolina won Satanic Angelicity salutes '
*l Id "Hia DuvaL Time 233"seconds. the Gladiators. Quincy High School. T
d rejected
ion by four to one over you." Thejokes ate'weU 880-yard'dash Sarra, Gainesville 'Nine schools were represented Dry James M. Chapman presided
Ctrisay of Tennessee. Theteam (Continued on Page S) Mahannah Ft. ,Lauderdale; in alL The,remaining five;speak* '* at the. co&test. The Judges were: ,

id nrdsg. upheld the negative The per- Hardtn- Leon. min,.9 sec (New era were'_Addisonv.F,' .Marshall of = Mr-A .T, Guy, Mr. B, R, Ezell of 4DTAr4..end
ire represented by }deans.fln L. M. Bristol presided. was Drs. Becord.) __ Leon High} ;%Hi |>L Sutton, Jr, .. of.. | Dr. J. D_LT.Tench.. '
*n the judges ,
Karesh and W. A. MeJ eonnel of Bozeman, St. Itoba its, oi *- prizes awarded Sat-
L.Crow H. CLEnwaSl 220-low hurdles Madison Frank > Jrn : se were .
C. f
J- GwrgeE. Shaeffer and J. E. Turlington, R. Trusler.. Petersbcrg;-Johnson,- Ft:I uderContinaed -; largo-High;Frank-L ,.of05of' :". cnUy-ator&oon.-at O&tiut erect ,

Bamberg represented the ,' Dean Harry ceola and 'Patoais cl. & fccack, meet. .,. .
I .. a Page. 4) Gregory. "
sty C. W CrandalL = .. ; -
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GENERAL Hopes, become
i in diplomatic service which for on
began in the consul general's of- Outline of science-J. A. Thom- So I might forever be

.t fice in Cairo and ended in Viennaas ason. :Charmed feet.J. with Wow t,
U. S. ambassador there. Analysis of the inter churchworld
Through the trying period of the movement report on the
... .
",I World War, he handled the inter- steel strike-M. Olds.
r ,I i, D. v, AMES ests, not only of his own country, Queen Victoria-Lytton Strachey TEAM WO] .

; MtL: .- __ -, but .of half a dozen other poweisat School book of foretry-C. L. MATCH AGAINST Att.b
1 bt.ttttltttl + tttt3d 'l war with Austria. His experiences Pack. .'. --
-!: tr -', : : while whatis I I of Bengal-Robindra- The University
The" following account of the hands ordered- to con- taught him that, Glimpses R: J Of f'
up'and was '" -
fearless discipline of P. L. Peadon, sider himself under arrest. known as "shirt sleeves diplom- I nath Tagor. Team won its first jfc,
A. R. Wal- against Auburn
well on occasion Malay Archipelago- on Satarifo
High serve very
principal of the Williston acy" may j
: marched downto
"The three
1 men 31st a
by a large
there is also a need for lace. margin
School will be of interest to the ,
,1 the barber shop where first aid
The Or
t reali- course
'22 and the trained diplomat. This as OUtlined .
members of the Class of rendered. Scarborough then ,
of the was zation found expression in his will DESIRES competition called for +
the students
especially to told Professor Peaden that if he joltJo
{ q Teachers College. would overlook the incident he in a bequest of $80,000 to New I rapid fire, and one Stole
4 for the foundingof spread Thy wings in flight at both twenty-five and
York University Fancy,
+ i' _-"Because P. L. Peaden, principal would not sue him for whipping his I
of the Williston High School, used child. Peaden told him to go what should be known as "Pen- 1 Bear me off into tbe cloudsSo The team averaged 373, ,,
field Scholarships" for training I visit! stars of light B. Hoskins as high na& '
4: the four- II
corporal punishment on ahead and sue At this point the
American youth in diplomacy, international Passing from the thronging as
{ teen. year old daughter of C. E. other trustees ..appeared on ''the 282.Eight
; 'Scarborough, a trustee of the scene and the fact that Arnoldno affairs and belles-let crowds. men composed }fit i
i' tres. from which the six high YcTl
school, he was twice assaulted by longer held the right to arrest _
the irate parent within twenty-four was brought out. They repri-1 These scholarships, which are in Vision, cast Thy light beforeSo ,counted, although the e&-.. _
realization of plan long I see what lies beyond, required to be sent in, S 111
r 1 hours, with the net results for the manded Scarborough for his ill- part the a
Chancellor Elmer El- Lest I should but vainly soar was team it
i trustee of one black eye, a cut over advised action and instructed advocated by it
and lsworth Brown, close friend of Am- Where my flight would not re- with scores i acco .
: the other eye, an aching jaw, Professor Peaden to return to the ,
i various other bruises, as well as school :with the full assurance of I bassador Penfield, for a school .of spond.Aspiration. standing are: Roskina1i; !;Pt
a fine of $25 and costs and the their support in upholding the dis- international affairs at New York 386; Schabinger, 375; ;. Bat
i + probable suspension from his trus cipline of the school. University, will be awarded l>y ope the door JBradshaw ,384; Ferris 1I4j;a
teeship. 'Principal Peaden comes "Peaden is everywhere greeted Dean Earl B Babcock of the Grad- So that I may pass on through' 363; Wilson 361. It

f out of the affair with a slightly with acclaim by the townspeoplewho uate School of New York UnIver- While ambition would explore [Batbet
I cut chin, complete exoneration have been having trouble with sity. Two of these scholarshipsfor I Where no mortal ever flew. A reporter was interfere
t t from any blame in the matter, the the school for the past threeyears $1,000 each will be awarded Edison. "
$ t unanimous admiration and sup- until Professor Peaden to applicants holding the master's Opportunity, expand, "And you sir," ne said! fcti.u
appeared -
port of the patrons of the school, on the scene with his sum- degree from an approved collegeor Till I slip on quickly past, ventor, "made the first Uisj>>i
t'a and the credit of having been the mary manner of dealing with of- university or who expect to Ere the Fates should counterbandAs chine!" !
first principal in three years to fenders. receive the degree in June, 1923, Thy blossoms fade or blast. "No replied Mr. Edison,'fie fa t il1i

f successfully handle the insUbor- "Year before last A. F.,Johnson, who plan to devote their entire- one was made long( Wont i
dinate element in the school affairs then the principal was held time to study during the academicyear O Desires, long to see; time, out of a rib."-Mini. = I

1 of Wi liston.c night and badly beaten _for whip- 192324. 1
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c "Wednesday afternoon, Professor ping a school boy. Last year In addition to the two $1,000
Peaden was forced to chastise ((Professor Koehler was badly beaten scholarships, there will be two of
I t ; the Scarborough child for breaches up by a gang of the larger an annual value of $800, three of Popular] Goods at Popular Prices at
of discipline in the school room. boys and compelled to leave in the an annual value of $500 and several
I While'Professor Peaden was on his middle of the term. minor scholarships. College stu- BtPKHIM'S

i 'way to his home after school, "It is probable that the matter dents who desire to participatein ..! It}

i 'Scarborough called him aside to a will be brought up by the grand these scholarships should com- t ...,.
:vacant lot and questioned his right jury next term of court, as the municate with Dean Earle B. Bab- -
:'to discipline the Scarborough chil- state statute in regard to the insulting cock of the Graduate School of

i dren. (Professor Peaden defended of teachers on school prem- New York University, 100 Washington Kc
i his stand in the matter and Scarborough ises are quite definite." Square, East, New York City,

f M aimed a fist blow at his Professor Peaden is a graduateof giving him a statement of their UNIVERSITY MEN !e'
head. Peaden ducked and countered the University of Florida, Class academic preparation.-N. Y.U.
f I i t with a crashing blow to the of '22, a man who by his own efforts -
I head,which left Scarborough stag worked his way through NEW BOOKS RECEIVED IN

; geringly emerging from they wreck college. His former professorsand THE LIBRARY. Demand Value and style N A
t of a new straw hat and with blood classmates speak of him in # '.; '.
1 k I I streaming from a cut over his the highest terms both on accountof The following books have been Society i 'Brand Clothes de

eye. At this point the town marl his ability as a scholar and asa received the
by University Library
I shall appeared and separated. thetwo man among men. PHILOSOPHY Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts Knox:Hati "iIe
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combatants. They went to
Through' nature to God John
Are featured lines in the Giddens Store. it
1 _, their respective homes and nothing STARTS A COURSE TO Fiske, ,
i I more happened that night. General introduction to psychonalysis.Sigmun Mail Orders Specialty.
f .
I ,Ii I 'Thursday morning at the school,_ : Freud. '- J

M ; as Professor: Peaden was standing I The mind in the 'making-J. H. _"--'.-,.-. t.:: <
I' American who look y ;
in the hall overseeing;;the children young men Robinson. -- E
i; marching out for recess, Scarborough forward to careers as ambassadors Psychoanalysis A. A. BrUt

: again appeared on the scene. foreign ministers or other repre- BIOLOGY
\ 'I- _After a short argument Scarborough sentatives of thetr government Plant anatomy-W. C. Stephens. G'

,1 )t. i said, "I, want you to understand abroad 'may now be trained for- Smell, taste and allied senses in 1e
.i that if you ever put your such a career the same as for the the} vertebrates-G. H. Parker
hands on any of xny children again law medicine or any other profession Typical flies-E. K. Pearce.

: ,i there is going to be serious trouble according to an .announcement The organism as a whole-Jacques '1ti --; ..,If, :'(.'t.. J I
.Professor Peaden replied, "If today by New York University. Loeb. HENRY 6IDDENS CLOTHING (JOTAMPA .

that,is your attitude, you had bet The announcement makes public '- Elementary nervous sstem-G.: i
? E ter take your children out of school the fact that scholarships established H Parker. FLORIDA I

? L right now, because as long as theyare at New York Universityby f ENGLISH ,

in this schaool thy are going the late Ambassador Frederic ---Cyropaedia Xenophon. ..... ____
A to abide by the same regulationsas Courtland Penfield are now oper- ...Greek Bucolic poets-J. M. Ed-

as the other children.' ative and will be awarded to can- ward. _. __' .... ..-.... -"-
I I "These words were hardly out didates whose qualifications best .Sophocles, vol 1. II, HL =-... ..: .. ;: ,
of Peaden's mouth when Scarborough indicate a fitness for careers in the ,,. .
i aimed a blow at Peaden'shead. foreign service. -
.c Frederic Courtland Penfield died I !i SSfHSfcfiKSfBBS i
Peaden ducked
i back slightly : V
last summer after a long career jj i it iI I
i- and received only a cut from his ii I 1i
r assailant's thumb nail. Then with i i

; k l rapid blows Peaden hit Scarborough j!t--- .r at I MEET ME AT
j I several times in the face and S: t
,' with a final uppercut sent him Sanitary Cleaning: & I J fi '

;. crashing against the auditorum' Club m'1 1'I
Pressing J
door six feet At this MILLER'SWe
t away. juncture ,pGXZRRRSmR
; 4 ; one Arnold, a barber and former t Opposite Star Garage I!

4 i '" town marshall, who'bad accompanied -

: ;,{ out from his Scarborough place of concealment stepped LET US CLEAN 'EM It j jDyeing Are At Your Service ;

behind-a corner in the hall and t H No. Place Like Home ,
I' and Pressing Also 'f! and Miller's .1
i with uplifted club shouted to Pea- 15 '

ty '; d den, "Hands up." A revolver was Phone 675 J t i __.k...c_1Sa :;
1 slun'g.; on his hip. Peaden put his: --..;.. !Ii! !R ,

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,t'" "IJ J f; l titO :. TTBTWednesday . ; 'c
.4n I A SUGGfSfIO: : 'evening consisted of We Invite College Men to See a < '
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* \ : \ the usual,dress paAde, after which ,

iii .... grumble, the visitors met the senior mem. I i.
snykaoct 3 EDERHEIMER ,
.ns < p hers of the battalion and
k -oU's eu. brow. many enjoyed -
the b1" informal. talk following a shortspeech' :
/* 1 t put. In '
,- .. by Major Helmick. The STEIN CLOTHES
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morning drill
was ex >
4kT SATE!:!!1 tended,_ an hour? in order. to. ,enable '

--- "A," company to work out a tactical $30 .$35 $45
* lorrowed my ties. .and. problem. During the ... -
t-.. first I
(couars!r hour of drill "A" company carried .
He T tfJ aVG.take?" mypemxeBandrfdpUars. on jlth close order, : company drill. Specially designed for the straight' slim figures of Varsity men-tailored e

3THJTC .- "B" company platoon dose, and Z to look as good in 'the sKowdown as they do in the showcase Some of the =

'ItIt fetfs' and my duds, my shoes. extended, order drill, "( "'company models have inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt =

. -,5 TesCIfcfcw squad drill, and "D" .
Ik my only !knows what you've divided so that sophomores company carriedon was Some have bellows shoulders; also l belted. Some. have patch pockets thatbutton ,' Ht

a dele with the rest. with bayonette work and the through! other path pockets'are'plain. Some:. are wo, :button.? Some '
y"- MAll .
take them freshmen are three button "
rtysa're welcome, just calisthenics and mass.

'**H tad keep them. play. "D" company later demon- | in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make-.. 3
that hurt strated the ..
the little things company in attack.
jrt not tranship. Extra value is, of course, to be expected. '
There :
tt fD sure spoil the map of the, I are at present over three F
I hundred schools in the United '
>k. ; the .ise college yap
borrowed my clean full States which have Reserve Officers Super-Fine Ederheimer-Stein Suits at Fifty ;Sixly: :Dollars t

Wh3 'shirt-Bandspur. II Training Corps, and out of this I *. .r ,$ '..,
I jean
fa.So I t number only twenty-five will be
: ;
-- thatking'a given the Distinguished College EVERYTHING. MEN AND BOYS WEAR. s, ,
"There goes a .
like; :
:... fc lot of money rattling I rating. The basis for inspection 0o
: ,. to determine the twenty-five '
alI ka'}ke: "Oh, a gambler?" I schools their is mainly the efficiency of }; Porter
military science courses as
ICke: Nope; the geology prof."
I exemplified in field work, theoretical '"

- ''":E%.- t training, discipline, proportion : Go.
: Clothing
of the size of the unit to the total I : t
JOT( I' enrollment of the school, the co > -j : '< .-
operation of the faculty and facil- "

buy men seem to 1:eep that ities for training.DEPARTMENT. JACKSONVILLE CORNER BAY AND LAURA a
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!,d girl complexion on their coat -- I t i
tflsa-Lampoon. I
OF .

- i* :-' \\bo fiddled while I ; t

i Zone burned?" CHEMISTRY GETS 4 ,

After a painful s'lence a voice '
Jt :spfied: ? COMPLIMENTThe ..._.._., 4! $ t.%$M%<**"**,**t**..****.. *:>4 .....W**. j5i -

"Hector, sir." -- -, ,- .- -, -- -. --' .. .- .-- -- -- .-. -, _-- -------- -, .

"You are mistaken-" try agaitiT current issue of the news JOHN MARSHALL 'SOCIETY : : :. __ ...__ -- ,-. _4I "' 4I "'
Student-Fido, sir. I----
!" .edition,of.Industrial and Engineering SMOKER"I JOHNSON'S PHARMACYDrugs
Tido! What do you mean
"VfilUl: jt wasn't ,Hector or Fi- Chemistry" published by the ,. Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods

V'replied' the bright. \ or.e sadly, American Chemical Society, contains like occasion like this_because j IJ' We guarantee personal' attention Prescriptions. Only I
know an interesting article setting : purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered.
Tt mnsfnaVe been Nero. I
we get to eat, drink,.and be Jiappy.Secondly I --
forth the the Chemistt'Department -
activity of } Gainesville Florida.
teneSo3y"(! th a dog's name did II in popularizing chenr I like occasions like this -- ..... -iUn...---- ..----_...-.........
-:," 1I 1-i::
j istry in Florida. because it gives us a chance to

Mention is made of twelve articles talk. Talk will i
get you anythingAnd
Prof. (very nearsighted)-Hello, Ui '

onet. You look like someone else. I recently published in the Thirdly because occasionslike c' r ', ,- os' or', .u.,.."" .. 't .., rr"r'."' '.''r Of'I.. ., --- .,' ,>'.. ''.. ." I ': -
lames-.! am. This isn't Jones.- "Times Union" by Doctor Leigh this give us pleasure.: W.can't .! i .
EL I Professor Black, Doctor Beisler work unless THE PHIFER: STATE ANK'-1 ,t: \
1f 1 and some of the student assistantsof we are happy It
the chemistry staff. Several and we can't be happy unless we GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA :
LOST TIME work" declared Dean Harry R.
articles have been u=&r.t '
of reprinted agnafisgggfHfaa
I', s + Trusler at the smoker given by w..ww'.rI :
: Professor-If you're behind any by papers in various parts the John Marshal debating society : .;_ ,t i
and have attracted
of the
1 *>** the time to catch up. country in. honor of the. law faculty. last I I -

i na -We'l sir; I'm behind with favorable the Chemistry comment.exhibit at Concerning the State Wednesday evening I )r .I I: RIDA BARBER; pt .' # w.
'l deep Goodday.-Ex. The night was spent with speechmaking -
; Fair, "Industrial and Engineering WEST SIDE SQUAIt it
i with eating, smoking and t I '
Chemistry" makes the following Guaranced Service and Courtesy is our Motto _
J general good time. Speeches i-1
j t
JAS FLORIDA.MDE remarks. ,
J. c.
wit, humor, and advise were d.,. PREV.ATl'j Prop. : 4

: the"For most the entertaining last two years and instructive one of livered by Dean Trusler, Dr. Cran- a... ...___ 4I ..... _... ____:"'!'!& !,;.'t.-
I dall, Judge Cockrell, Prof. Rasco, j
features of the Flmda State '
j and Dr. J. M. Chapman.An t '.;" .
RATING Fair in Jacksonville has been the impersonation sketch which ,, '" 'T:1.: ., .. ,", ... .., .. _
? University of Florida Building, '. .
proved to be very arousing was :
.- and the exhibit of the Chemistry .
- that of various rats posing as Bedding, Pillow Cases. -
has both times provedto -
Is -
Department .
Florida in the Distinguished members of the law faculty. The .
be the center of attraction for Sheets Blankets
Cdleee Class? cast was as follows: r '
The all visitors to this building. It
University was visited the Rat Sparkman as Dean Truslar ,
1St week by a board of military has been the aim of the Depart-in Rat Pitman as Dr. Crandall; Mr. RIBBONS-nln NOVELTIES .: -
:: ment to popularize chemistry '
pPwtors from Washington, D. Tripp as Judge Cockrell; Rat -
and to clear the public MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER
whs this way, i
conducted an inspection to Cushman as Prof. Rasco; Rat I
whether the standards I I mind of the many misconceptionswhich Spring as Coach Kline. The director .

ng given by the military I cloak in mystery. of this evening of fun wa- We Keep Everything Your Room .

deetennine j of the University, are t "With this in view, the booth L. W. Jennings, president of the i

to place Florida in the Dis- was transformed into a fairly society, who in his address of we}. ,
!* complete laboratory in which students "' : f .
Sff led College Class other come urged and invited each and I
. roo!* which had that! honor last were occupied at all times. every student of the law: college to } / : i: :

**. Disguised as learned chemists become a member. 5erJice, 1 IA :

I Major C. G. Helmick from the ,they carried out expositions of set in past years each senior mad :
eld ,chemical tricks, illustrated .GAINESVILLEFLORIDAELECTRIC 'i ..'
Engineers and Captain J.gbtery 'many common a farewell talk, as this would be
of the U, S, Infantry !many important Indus the last ,/emote tEer wraSI 0MA t-

ii e 't, the spcction' board. trial and analytical reactions, ,pre The Seniors 'pledged ,their allegi- nO' '. ......,,, .,;.. '

. !.1oridaas the finf chool to be pared and used': a number of dyes, ance' to the University of Florida l "i,, "

r.sit.tedy: them of tfcose' in the and, demonstrated many An spectular expertglass and assured every' one,that in thecalm .4I--' --. ---,--"- ..-ea.J .,4a-,v',. ""' '''''..... .'.-. .... -,--. -IIIIII:, .... ,-
torpa areas which :they must industrial processes. pursuits of life, they would I
Prom Flonc\:1'-ihe : blower worker in the booth, bend effort to make a good tF
Snap- *" every
?* **. to Auburn who* is in the ,and, presented"' "specimens" his_ name for the sake of this old institution I SHOE .. EP1C9 \ t'J.i ;.

Anguished ,CollegeClass' "this work' as, favors, to>e spectators.lneieatedspectators for a greater' ; university. i SHOES REPAIEED'WHILE YOU,.WATTSTUDENT .
: the :most '
rtt* "Perhaps ,
t The inspEetionVas were the' high school PHI FRATERNITY t
characterize PHI DELTA II i 14 '
1 a IOn spirit on the part of theadet and even grammar school studentsand.the.Depattment.feels INrnATJESJSEW MEN .---r-m.nvt!, c AKD.QUAUTY; OUR MOTTO 1 1sar I

Major Wilson.down to the : tbat)ts f

ttalion and every member /rom.: -'exhibit' have ;done much. ;. ; popn-edu- R'hate -
h the rear rank was-out -larne: chenTstryandhigher fraternity annonn\e\ the initiation I .{

&how op our military d department :.. iri Viral;amoiagJepouthcation O'' of*o.:\.B; Simmons and Milton '.. l} !
U< the best in the south. of this state. Yeats both of the freshman law J
0iij tootn3 .....war-:ok.R. ,. '.nwr. r.,.......-....._ tk
were visited on Wed. class. ., P' __, ,
J 'a .t. \ t "'f".9' tj: fffri
t! "and Thursd"Y-. ,The. ...drill._ ,ptronlze_. _.- --Cater--.. .-- -

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: J J : FOUR --- .
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TEAMDEFEATED error and the Alligator exrresses Mile relay-1}. lri--;
VOLLEY BALL TAMPA its apologies to the gallery team.N. Hillboro, DavaL T 7
i 1 THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR : C. State was defeated by Flor--.. 48.8 seconds.8RO i
both during the relay-Ft. Lauderk
March 30 the volleyball ida's gallery team
29, 1912, at the Post-: I and at the sunnier I la, Duval. Time 1 miu.
class matter, September where school year .
Entered as second team journied to Tampa .... _-
office at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of March 3, 181 9. I'I they defeated the Tampa Yt:M. C. camp. <:- J I I Medley relayPetersburg t s
battle. Af- 4': Orlasdo
A. after a hard fought -
_. ... ._.... .J3ditor-m-Chief 16.7 1'batj c
FREDERIC H. LANGWORTHY .._ ter the first game points weru'woi. I NINTH ANNUAL HIGH I seconds
i KENNETH K. HANSEN< ..-...---:--'":"".-j-....----......Associate Editor .iujr by earnest efforts on SCHOOL TRACK MEET StandingOfaehoo1s.. .
1+ i" ROBERT WRAP -._.--._--_Managing Editor I the part of both teams. The Ga J CLOSED SATURDAY points: Ft. Lauderdale, ;U.
LAssistant r Managing :Editor I tors started off with a rush and 1 1I 24; Quincy, 18; Gabfc, k A
HUBERT WEEKS _.-.........* I St. Petersburg
CHARLETON D. KEENER' *...._ ._-_.--. ..--*--....-Asst. Mgr. Editor I made eight points before they allowed (Continued-irons Page 1) Daytona, 5; Ft.,Pierce 10; ,

f i ... ......: : .. ....... .Makeup Editor I I Tampa tQ serve. They easily dale; Finkelstein, Duval. Time, 3 Lemon City, 3
1 s '''IT'v. RUSS_ ELL KING .. I'--'.. : -.r-. -*-- : finished off the game by a seconds. ; ; TaSi l
f EDGAR BUSBEE ..___...__....._:__" _--.---..-...----......Society Editor. score of 15-0. Then Tampa settled 29.1 Discus throw-Lowenstein, DU- Osceola, 1; Orlando, 1. :

e W. AMES; .---- -..,,-, w....-.----.---...--.-.-Alumni EditorB. down and, evened up points :winning Tai McAlexander, Sanford; Bryan, Nortec Meet".
t MURRAY OVERSTREET ..-*:L.;1 --.-.---.--..--..--..*C port Editor the next game by a score Duval. Distance, 104 ft., 3 inches. I The First Annual Norm V.

H. S. PARRISH ....... ._._- .-...-.-...-..--..---..-Asst Sport EdItor of 1514. After this came three (New record.) was featured by excellent ,
EditorWM games of hard fighting but Tampawas Broad WhJddon, Quincy; for the beginners, a set cf !
.. .. .... .....Joke jump- %i
... : -- --
W. G. PARMENTER w -- with the that it will
-Asst. Joke Editor. I -not able to cope superior Lewis, Duval Bullock, Osceloa. I require real f
BERLA CK brand of playing that the ., (Continued on Page "-
Editor I Distance, 19 ft., 6 inches 13. D
SD. St. JO UN Jiziizrjzriz: -Exchange Gators put out and the games wentto r., talethe'
_. ...------l\Ilhtary Editor Florida of 15-8, 15-9, I .
VIRGIL M. BRADSHAW ._... by scores.
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t Reporters: J. W. Usher, Don'C..Booth, G: A. Kartell,.T H Parham, 15-10. ;;.. nit
The members of the' team were:, -
i'' Sam Cornwall, G. H. Beef L. W. Rogers. Simmons, Manager; Keller, Brat- J Greenleaf & Crosby Company ; the

.. 1 HORACE WILSON ._..___.....!._._..:.__..__..._.Business :Manager ley, Woriey and Richardson. f fI : j jt

D. A.- RAMBO ._..._..........._....____..-Assistant Business Manager t.- JEWELERS Y ( acb
p f'sf M. 1tI1LrnlOltErs. I ; :
VISITORS Jacksonville, Florida. -ti \
TO OUR I Os'let-
,The Florida Alligator is glad indeed to extend to our many Margaret Montgomery :"
-. visitors this week the hand of fellowship and congratulation.- The Miltimore, mother of Miss Cora I (t Medals, Class Rings and Pins. -Committees

':- i ,t eyes of the whole state have been centered for two days upon the Miltimore, the University Libra- ; t in search of loving cups or trophies*:..1

!r 7 University of Florida, and upon the vast collection of youth and rian, died Street'at her at home 2:45 at on 234 Fiday Washington I suitable for Golf, Tennis or other athletic:, 11 11t toot theit

*,. t L'r young manhood striving with every sinew for supremacy out afternoon. Funeral :"rvice.: were !t events, will find it an easy matter t$ cteven

T upon Fleming Field. The best brains and the best muscles of held from the residence' a.*. 3 P. I Choose from selection packages which w J
i the high schools have been triedand_ tested here during the past M. on Saturday afternoon 1
send approval.
d r two days; and the many close decisions, the amazing ability The Alligator takes this opportunity | will gladly upon .1, jgrcPr

4'' j shown in speed, endurance and skill, demonstrate well indeed to to extend its deepest sympathies L _______ ________
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the state of :Miss J-Ti'timore in hero ::-
the watching public the brand of manhood --- HI1;; :
.U Florida is developing. .. -......- .... ...
ri 1 It is our greatest wish that you have enjoyed your week-end A CORRECTION { FIRST METHODIST CHURCH tI !
.' with us, not only for the excitement, the victory or the glory that '
j H. O. EnwahJ Teacher of College M-a't
9:40 Sunday School, ,
i you may have won, but also .for being associated with us in the It was announce! In last week
r greatest and the best university in the South. If we have pleased Alligator that N. C. State won |i Class. r'
I ; if have met and found favor with our standards end over the U. of F. in gallery com- { Preaching 11:00 and 730. Epworth League 630. Ilser.
you you . .......
petition last year. This 'vas an .. .- -- .. --- -
traditions, if you have learned to just a little extent the beauty "
i I and the intensity of that great thing which we in this institution --r ] me

; ,I have named "Florida spirit," then our good-will to you ... ii : ii"f '-- :.r:1;! |Fif the

I I l and our anxiety to make your visit a pleasant one will not have f '- ..,- .. r' .J, -.. :*"! [tin
been in vain. We hope and wish that every man who has walked .u "-\,. :\
:: j f our campus this week will find in his heart the desire to join us } .

's another year as .a fellow-student instead of a visitor. We want '.ro'rr.4. ZVZ.4ININO. HIS 3ATTSK.Y TO R4POU0d', f ththii
i to see you all back again, upon our athletic field and in our classrooms 4 ?
i ; with Florida's little green rat cap upon the back of your tc-
r 1 \ heads, and with your eyes,fixed upon that greater and finer ideal

., j j _' I of "Old Florida" before which all other things must fade and :. ',,- .A
I vanish. And may your individual affections for your individual d.

t school be lost in the love for the one, the supreme college, and..inat -- .. .'_ t>-r) inT
incomprehensible enigma of deep loyalty and devotion

?! I : is the birthright of our Alma Mater. which'"I I T. >: : H'o w' "lt lectricalEngineering -- : L =_- E

__,- p _! We congratulate ypen your physical successes 3
r ;- } ( fairness and cleanness of your contests. Your spirit has been iR C

: i splendid and your conduct excellent. We know we need not ask began !
& I I you to remember us, for the,name of "Florida" will mean more : .: .

i I ;,'I to you now than it ever did before; let the remembrance live until t'-, ,_, ,
we meet again. t' : T IS not enough to experiment separated the disks with moist :"l i J:1rPAm

s and to observepieces of cloth. Thus he .. o11
J genfr '
The University "Masqueraders" have, shown us a play this"year in scientific research. rated This was
a steady current. ;
which is worth journeying miles to see. "Dream Stuff is i There must also be interpretation. the "Voltaic pile"-the first bats ''4:

a masterpiece of dramatic art, and its repertoire displays acting" : ;; ; : Take the cases of tery, the' first generator 01. {_ !'.
ability and skill worthy of any stage. Great i } : Galvani and Volta. : ,
I credit is to be given electricity. ." (
_ t to Father John Connoly who doubtless has spent many 1 long, ;, One day in I786.Galvani touched
'." .. Both Galvani and Volta
hours went
: weary writing the J. ,
p it WIth his metal instruments the
going through the ]:
_ s stages of construction and : careful experimenters, but Volta'dcorrect 'IllIt
rehearsal. The of hind
actors we must also nerves a frog's amputated interpretation of effects }
congratulate for
they have shown
splendid twitched in
enthusiasm and spirit :: a
_ in the very alikelwas. gave us electrical engineering.
I, .gl'Vng up time for continual rehearsals willingly l and yet '. li Even when the :

f s1 < grinding out studies under'this. handicap. Those who miss seemg ;. frog's legs were hung from an iron Napoleon was the outstanding ,; ::

_ t the play 1 will regret it, and those who saw it last night were re. I railing by copper hooks, the phenomenon figure in the days of Galvani and t f.

:; t i } paid one hundred.. per cent. We take off our hat to the Mas- persisted. Galvani Volta. He too possessed an active ;'
a I
I queraders' knew that he was dealing with interest in science but only as an

; electricity concluded that the aid to Nap>pleon.He little imagined

l : Let's have a track meet for our co-eds! They seem to.have frog's legs had in one way gen- on cxaminingVoJta's; crude battery
a consIderable running-awaY'abDity. Let crated the current. that its effect on later civilization

'I however. Jimmy Boyd be coach,. Then came Volta, a contemporary Wow be fully as profound: as that

: ,who said In efi'ectcyour interpretation own dynamic personality; _

INTERCLASS BALL 3. Winners (1) Winners h : : is wrong. Two differ. The effects of the stork of Gal-
GAMES NEXT WEEK Thursday April 12. (2) eat metals in contact with.a moist vani and Volta may be traced
I nerve set currents electricity.
INTER up through a hundred years of dec
; Th inter-class baseball games ,_ I will-prove It without the aid offrog's trical development the f
that were to start April 2, have "I. Engineers vs. Arts and Science legs. latest discoveries cvea to i
made in the Ro
been postponed until April 9, be Monday April, 16.
cause of the track meet that came 2. Lawyers vs. Teachers 'ruesiay. Volta piled disks of different search Laboratories of the Ges ,
,, off last wek. These games will April 17. taetala of aaotkx sad cra1 Elan-Cpe.ip; -

a : be followed by the inter-college 3. Winners (1) vs. Aggiea Wed ;[ .
i games with the inter-fraternity nesday, April 21. ;
coming last A schedule- b. Winners (2) vs. Winners '
t games (8) :
has been made out and it will Saturday- April 21. ( Genera1E1edLric j ji
be"strictly adhered to., ,. ..tThe' inter-fraternity schedule : -
INTERCLASS has not been completed but will)
Monday' _" :_9'1I.dOjfir; Company $Sckcnrrtedyb :
Freshmen be
1. Juniors vs announced at an early date. ;

April 9. Captains of the various teams _p ,3314q ,A
2. Seniors vas. Sophomore TUeSday ., will pleas*report to Dr. Manchester ,. '<
r April 10. immediately. -
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it jjtTERSHEREHRTW0 ,son, Ft. Lauderdale; Mogford, St. Gainesville. Distance for qualification seconds. Freshmen lost the second game of -
; Petersburg.' Time 19-8 seconds. 37 feet. I 220 Dash-dst heat Adams, I their series to the Saints, another
2nd heat
Espdal, Daytona Stone their
; hard luck inning proving
it GAMES St. Petersburg, Broad Jump-Lewis, Duval; Leesburg; Beck, New Smyrna. hard
220( Yard Dash Reed, Duval; Bullock, Kisslmmee; Time, 26-1 seconds. 2nd heat- I downfall. The game was
. -1st. heat- fought until the fourth when
; : Bozeman, St.: Petersburg Whid
; her, Duval. Time, 25-7 sec
iffiSWEEKbasefeall Whiddon, fell the offerings
Quincy; Green Lees- the Saintly Batters on
don, Distance
Quincy. to
qualify onds. 3rd heat Jeffrey, Ft. safeties
burg. Time 24-4 seconds. 2nd of English for five
heat-DuPuis, Lemon City Bry 18 feet. Lauderdale. Time 26 seconds and tewed up one perfectly good
4off. ;-Ja team wiU face son, Duval Time 25-3 seconds.; Discus-Lowenstein, Duval; Mc- Discus Throw-Bishop, Gainesville ball, game.

t et Sen' Hatters here nextflprfay '3rd heat Reed, Du al; Lewis, Alexander, Sanford Bryan, Duval; Ellerban, Duval; Vander- With these two lickings out of
and Friday.! April 12 and Ocala. Time Hall, Tallahassee; Johnson, Ft. grift Duval; Frances, Brooksville; the way: the Rats should win th
t irine their;,tour through the heat 24-5 'seconds. 4th : Lauderdale. Distance to. qualify, Brown Leesburg. Distance to (balance of the games they hav
It -Burwcll, 'Ft.
'plorida broke even with Lauderdale; 94 feet. qualify, 87 feet. to play and by doing so will remain
t ti'Batters" in two games, Hebble Hillsboro. Time, 25-2 High Jump-Lewis, Duval; Broad Jump-Beck, New Smyrna in the old race for the state

. H the first and losing seconds. t t Thrower, Quincy; Gordon, Ft. ; Bell, Palatka; Kitchen, Her- I championship.
tl t .' second, ,but this, time JPole Vault ..Robertson, Duval; 'Lauderdale; Stone, St. Petersburg nando; Jarrctte, Palatka; Bishop '
l King, Duval; Thrower, Quincy McDowell, Gainesville. -
tI mults will be entireIt ; Gainesville. Distance to qualify SEMIFINALS SATURDAY
tt I fa fI rida's, favor. When Gordon, Ft. Lauderdale; Bryan, Height, 5 feet, 7 incheS. 17 feet.RATS. MORNING
Rkhbourg left to join thee Ft. Lauderdale. Qualifying NOVICE CLASS.. -

t team at their spring height 9 feet 9 inches. 100 ,Yard Dash-1st heat-Tyson LOST FIRST TWO Championship class 100 yard

..., camp in Anniston,. Ala., 220 Low Hurdles-1st heat- St. Cloud; Beck, New Smyrna. GAMES TO SAINTS dash, 1st Haat-Hobble, Hillsboro;
'- Beaaley took charge of the Bozeman, St. Petersburg; John Time 11-5 seconds. 2nd heat Reed, Duval; DePuis, Lenioa
son, Ft. Lauderdale. Time 30-1 Jeffrey Ft, Lau erdale Adams In the first game of the road trip City. Time 10-6 seconds. 2nd'heatWhiddon
;AIs nodi' is. certain, when a seconds. 2nd heat-'Finkelstcin, Leesburg. Time, 11-4 seconds. against StPete in the Ancient Quincy; Bergson, Du-
... team. has enough "stuff Duval; Barton, Orlando. Time '3rd heat Bell, Palatka; Smith, City last Wednesday Johnson Val; Wright St. Pete. Time 10-3
M-defeat the Atlanta crackers 4- 310 seconds. Leesburg. Time ll-4secondff. pitched great ball until the fatal seconds.
ifcysjore than warrant the pres- 440 Yard Dash 1st heat-Par Shot Put-Jarrah, Palatka; seventh. With two down the 220 dash lat heat Whiddon,

I. aee of tie whole student bodyatflej : ker, Tallahassee; Bradley, Hills Vandergriff, Duval; Ludwig Saints found him for four safe Quincy; Bryson, D\l sl.rime 2"i.2
I.f jame played here. Consepg&j boro; Mahannah, Ft. Lauderdale. Gainesville; Dlnkins, Dunellon hits and these with two costly seconds. 2nd heat-Reed, Dtraai;
I.I they are expecting 100 Time, g5-7 secon s. 3rd heaat Kilbane, Gainesville. Distance to bobbles proved the downfall of the Hebble, Hillsboro. Tim 3 %4-4 sec
, peewi support Bat?. When the smoke cleared
I Burwell, Ft Lauderdale; Sanchez, qualify. 34 feet. onds.
heat- away the Saints were leading 7-1
I Hillsboro. 220 Low Hurdles-1st
Gainesville Kijgore,
. ; to this Inning it hot
was a
Time, 59-9 seconds. I Cooper ; seconds. 2nd battle, both teams playing jan
Shot Put-Bryan, Duval; Pet- ville. Time 31-7 up tall the stick work of Porter, ---
RUN ON FRIDAY taway, Dunellon; Lowenstein, Du heat-Jeffrey, Ft. Lauderdale 31-3; Johnson, English and :Miller being The following men were initiated
i it val; Bullock Kisshnmee; Sarra, Bishop Gainesville. Time of the sensational variety. But into the honorary agricultural
lady luck was against the Fresh fraternity of Alpha Zcta last Monday
it.t ---- .. men and they lost the first game night: M. T. Campbell, M. A..

t. :"No new records were estab- ==::: .i the Rats have lost this season Baker, A L. Sparkman, and Harry

t.'t &bkedia& iamual the interscholastic preliminaries of track the FURCHGOTT'S MEN'S By the ecore of 9-5 the Florida ){. Smith.

wet Friday afternoon at Fleming JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA -_.
ReU and, with the exception of
:&e llgi jump and the discus theme t
It for the events was below thenenge. 'Broadway ,Model ATHLETIC SUPPLIES
ask to the new
YO-qNG; MEN should see
Ow-feature of the events was and the new ooks'-the very latest spring,
4e fiae showing of the smaller models to leave the cutters tables. At CONVENIENT'CORNERS -- QUALITY SERVICE

" If V schools whose representatra we'Vil1'S- W them to you.
pUeed in practically all the ,
em \ 'i ;:< \; BAIRD HARDWARE CO.
; : ; p : :
Sammany of the events:
Cbmp'onship Class-.100 yard Phone 7 I" ..

iisi-lst heat, Reed, Duval; HebHfflsboro --
': &, ; Green, Leesburg; SPRING AND SUMMER SUITS
T5ne 10 2-5 seconds. 2nd heat- i f
DlPais, Lemon City; Whiddon, : .: -',, : \ ,
" ; Nott Ocala. Time 1 -9. Tropical Worsteds Seersuckers fS R. O. T. C. POST EXCHANGE :

W heat-Bryson, Duval; Louis Tweeds :.1.
Gabardines *>
Oealt; Wright St. Petersburg. < Wool Crash Co-Operative -.
Eae U seconds. WhipcordsMohairs .II
High Hurdles-1st heat John- i HomespunsCheviots -<-,
i Military and Athletic Goods a SpecialtyRear ..: :
---- Silk Pongees
,": --Sillts >:-:Blue Serges""
rI r--- "
: .... of Engineering Bldg. ,. .
The '
I new t Palm Beaches d I

styles and fabrics t .

:j are ready t i This wonderful lineup of light weights materials ready :.. .._- .
' -- ;
f f1f of sprins.We :
*-for men &ho know the keen t for the first warm days "

. personal satisfaction that suits with 1; 2, 3 and
clothes t : them in 2. Sand 4-piece i
I tomes from customUflored show :
-right-to their order. 4-button :: : j
I i :
X host of good woolens en ther s belted styles, Norfolk .
i domestic and foreignto Models for older men. There's browns 4t Now is the time to look gay in one of.our new. ..
thoose from, and the. right I models-Conservative newest 1923 herringbone.t .
!t les for all occa&'ons. t grays, blues, tans and all the 4: t', spring suits at $10.75 to $4 .OO.
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rt .$13.50I ?18.50 4'I Nuff Sed
$45 and up $12.00. .
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;t 1 A O ft + + + .+ + + 4' + ++ + + ++ ... ,MjH1 --of the' society the banquet was -

; ; + 4. characterized' by a spirit of fellowship I r---FIRST NATIONAL BANK

I t ;;:[ ii : SOCIETY AND CLUBS :j and good will. I Incorporated 1888 (

+ The T-shaped table was. decorated Capital $100,000 Surplus, $150 osa rr
ii' t '
) : EDGAR BUSBBE 1 1p with ferns and, large_ vaseso GAINESVILE, FLORIDA
': ; + + + +, + + + .. +", '" :.+ +-.+ + + + + + + + + + red ro4es. VUtih-ctive cards

I < -- announcing the menu and the program
MHi; SOCIAL CALANDER 2. Use evaporated gasoline for I were handed each guest as

i Kappa Sigma Annual InstallationBall freckles.3. Massage hair with glut- he took his seat. '
HII J your Richard Sias, president of.Farr ; THE REXALL STORi0 2
: : Friday April 13. Twentieth ten oil for a beauty gloss. .
and, after '
; Century' Club;.Formal. 4. Eat three onions a day' for a I the Litt, was toastmaster six-course dinner had 'I;: 719 W. University Avenue 1

i ::1 t; Kappa Sigma,'Dansant: .SaturdayApril pleasing breath. I been delicious-served, he introduced the Thc Drug Store Nearest the University* I'J
14, Twentieth Century S.Use: shoe polish to darken eye '
; Prompt Delivery: Service p Qm
R speakers in'a fitting, manner ; 3gQ.7r:
Club. lashes. I '
i :i the first
President Murphree
;Ii ,'! Scabbard and Blade Annual 6. Use poke-berry juice for as...u t, tr at?"
t i I Dance Saturday, April .14, Twentieth ,. tempting lips.. speaker of gave a ,t .. .
"Loyalty to ....
, I' splendid address on -- .
; Club.
Century 7. For beautiful shape weara
r :"; i Serpent and Theta Ribbon Society -, tight fitting sweater. the University of Florida.? In
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i ;; }.j I a Dance April 27, Formal. S.Use' white teeth':wash with commenting on the loyalty shownin -......

s! i Pirate. Club Dance April 28,: octagon soap. other universities, he suggestedthat 'IIt
i t j :, I Format :; 9.;For white elbows, wear a lemon each graduating alumnus 'pay It THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE IJI

.: ". ten dollars a year for the nurpos? i
tied around them at night.
j and better I Basement Language Hall t
PEABODY-CLU ) of creating a bigger
t ,; .
jt i Ex. ,
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I. i Florida.
.t -
Monday, April the second, "As for myself, I.have a very Russel Kng and George Stanley t
l marks the;day, of Teacher's .college poor'tasie'in colors,"'said'Drf'Eh- both talked on humorous subject rt

a; becoming co-educational. And wall. Mr. King told of the Vicisstitudes I NewLin University Jewelry and :
Professor. : *Lsuft, 'I 1 1I
Abrent Minded -
incidentally Peabody Club now has "Personally, I'm quite fond of of the '
the distinction of being the only greens" observed Pascal. ." While the lately arrived coeds : t Assortment etf Pennants 1 Freshman* Cape.. Men, ..'
to:' greatly inspired Mr. Stanley.Dr. .
literary_society on the campus -
have' lady members who are :officially The Philosophical Phreshman Leigh gave an extremely interesting it, DrY Books, Etc. 1

r enrolled at the University'' "Running a thing,down never gets 'allegory on "Birds," in I ------------.J

I as students. 'Because ,of this fact. you any where unless you're, on a I which Freshmen were titmice' and

n the ,meeting of Peabody last Monday cinder track." "Sophs were owls who sleep with i -. .:- '__ ,
t 's night will long be remembered J- wide-open eyes. The rivalry be i T i ,,'. t

; asj ithe ,time when co-ednas All of which. goes to show that tween the peacock Juniors and the '-,' 'f. _...."'" -t ; f' : -
i were first taken in as members of a habit will grow on, a guy. For geese-like Seniors was only too i WONT YOUHAYATAMPA ':. :

c # the dub. instance,' Dick. Sias; who is, nextto real I

p Mr.' Mclnnis, president of Peabody Dutch. Van Cleef, undoubtedlythe Mr. Robert Ferguson added to -

. ;i + opened the meeting with a biggest eater in .the .me<*shall the pleasure of the evening by -:

'p ; I z few appropriate words of welcome handed in a paper to :Dr. Leake singing several solos. He was accompanied MILD HAVANA .
to the members and then the bus- last week in the English class by Miss Anne McKins- )

: e : aness of the. evening was dtepens- which proves that a habit if hum tl'). The Banquet was thoroughly CIGAR ;-

t '! ed with. ored, will grow to an obsession. successful and each guest left conscious ELI WITT CIGARCO. '
Mr Hinson's talk, on the subject One of the questions dealt with of a 'bigger: and' broader f

r ; "The Value of Public 'Speaking to the unfortunate Earl of Strafford, conception of the meaning of. 'nistributors

the Teachers" 'was excellent. But "Black Tom the; Tyrant." Sias told Florida's fellowship. Tampa Miami JacksonvillelTE1:1"dL

f 1 t probably l.Ir Blackburn's speech with great pathos of the closing of I

i on the "Atrocities of the Florida the career of Sir Thomas, tracing Lost anything? Advertise for It! I

9 aural: Sc1 ol"- was of a type to him thru: his trial, and told of how --. .' -- -- -------.- ,.. o n .._0 0 0 .. on ..... ..
L be appreciated more. His points he was cast into the Tower. lie
were substantiated l>''y statistic quoted the exclamation of the con-

I ; from various counties of the state demned man, "Put not your faith \

and were well demonstrated. A in princes nor in the sons of men, :

large share of the program was for in them iff no salvation. Then "I

: concerned with a round-table discussion he told of the famous apostle's

{ on "Negro Education_. in death on Tower Hill, saying that .
Florida," the poor man died of over-eating. j,
Doubtless it was a perfect end, :

tj AG-,CLUB from Sias' standpoint. : 1 I

The meeting of the Ag. Club FAMOUS BOOKS BY

; on Monday night w3 fatured bya FAMOUS MENThe CONOMY T 7ITRIFIED paving ,brick are soY
debate? : on subject "Resolved that E
the state capital should be removed following books have been in highway es- bend: that they aite practically
r to a more central location." The, .donated :to- the_ Ibrary by?their' peodhare* 'results immune from the grinding,
V. W.**' authors ;and have been placed on when
affirmative was upheld by a highway type >
1 Driggers and G. W. Pryor. The a special, shelf 'by Ithe 1Sel\'es. U built whkh will tearing forces of traffic. They are_
1 3 3i ........ <:
spirited and tt q de- : so that
i :f Argument was tut longest, cost the tough .
s ision in doubt until the last. The University from. a Higher least for"'repair, not

i Drigger's rebuttal was undoubtedly Altitude-Shorty Gunn. necessitate frequent VITRIFIEDwellbuilt <
ly the deciding factor and the decision How to Make a Valentino look
I was given to the affirmative Like Fifty Cents Duke Baya. doth of the road
'. .- } *. to traffic. to accomplish
; by a two to one vote. How to Be Though no:

t T. J. Tice next gave a constructive Seen Icky Taylor. such repair,and
A/ fine Art.. .Harold will furnish hard
) talk on the subject "How can Eating- a -
the Farmer Improve His Present Pomeroy, Dutch VanCleef, and unooch;sanitary and '

Situation": C. O. Bratley entertained others.. I durable surface for n }
s with an account of the One Hundred and One Good Excuses I all kinds of traffic "VEME T
t T
p t r methods used in removing valuables for Skipping Drill..George- I light, medium and r. no. 1' 41 Pheavy.

1 old Egyptian tombs. McClure. . Building resist for (often
The-last speech of the eveningwas Besides these books there is a :years
an impromptu talk by Dr. very interesting pamphlet on "Ab J i l roads of a twenty-five, thirty, or more) the

i Shealy in which he commended olishments of Exams/* by Raleigh t t material. and on a repeated shocks of

't the'practice of debates, and urged Scotten. The student body as a foundation which, swiftly-moving

I 'r us to take every opportunity to whole is invited to use these books while low per mil and heavy vehicles.Hardness .

-get on our feet in public.' > whenever necessary. We guarantee I of first cost, is expensive -
I r The Program for Next Week. that very one. of the seven for upkeep, -., toughness account

i' 1. Immigration and the Future authors thinks he know what and wean out before for the durability of brick pavements

.. . Hull. he is talking about. No charges.
t American H. S. the bond issues for well
as their
-B. F. B.We as cost of
2. Humorous Reading, J. P. it hare expired, is
Camp. the costliest work maintenance and repair. Vitrifiedpeople
p'' note the following deep discussion :
3. Important Current Issues brick
from a local newspaper: ever did. pavements are inexpensivepavements
t W.B. Fox.
k "Almost invariably there are TalU&iMM DnutrttMC over a of
lj 4. Witticisms St. F. Hamilton. period years,
Practice two sides to a Jlues o1. You may "'"" U.'"' "
s: Parliamentary and they save taxes.
debate the question as to who is
# Fellows, we are making a drive
the mother of the chicken, the
; to increase the attendance at Ag.
duck that Ij.i the egg, or the hen NATIONAL PAVING BRICK
t Club meetings to such an extent .
that hatched it?" Which in turn "
that our meetings will have to MANUFACTURERS
the oft debated ASSOCIATION
brings up questionof
j be held in the large room upstairs .. '
whether a chicken could swim ,
i in the Ag. College. Where-do,you if ,- .; &' Cleveland OhioPAGE
or not it was a duck. ,
f 1 stand on this proposition? Are you
royal,'to your club? If so, prove

ft by your presence Monday night, ,.FARRLlffHOLDSANNUALBANQUET

April,9. 1923. Meeting adjourns. .
promptly at eight o'clock !
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i r RAT,NOTESBeauty

i ,The annual banquet of the Farr '
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; hints r Literary Society'iris held at the' rTT

1. Apply lard' every night for a White House Monday evening April I II

# ;s r kin you love tft touch. 12. Following the tradition .

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Stanley of the Duval dab t +
,"" presided at the affair, which op- VISIT US EVERY DAY ti

iI i iJ iI I I iiL BRINGS MANY CO-EDS TO CAMPUS ened Program with participated an interesting in by vari-sport i I.f THE LYRIC THEATRE t .

ous "rat" members
of the
I J i clubs. two t Yon Know How We Stand on All College Matters "

: L.OP MEMBERS OF I ly shattered, and he finds no com Six events were on the evening 4 ____ "' ''' __ -.
EiEI; SEX CRE fort at the hands of his chum because program which finally after much
'E.f STIR i AMONG I his chum has reconciled himself keen competition was won by Du ;
to the existing state of affairs val. The events of the meet
'STUpENTS and procured for himself 500 pound jab Bore were .. ................. ...... :
a ; Hog Plunge; _
J .
; ; date. Cracker contest; Shot Put; 100 : g
Rah! Gator, Gator, However, to look SPORTING GOODS ,
'jtah on the brighter yard race and a pie eating contest;
Sis, Sis! Boom Boom side, we find that there Football Tennis : -
are After the :
1 1S 1h 1r Bah! eoEds, Co-Eds, Co- who many sport program $
are heartily in favor of tastefully a course of refreshments consisting Hardware of All Kinds 0 k

I' decorating the campus in of ice cream and cakes followed 0o SEE US ,
{ t.J1e.m the historyiversity the above manner. Among these by smokes was enjoyed by"the 0i :

pink frocks and are the summer-school: habitue, t members attending. President i THE THOMAS COMPANY ::
during theEvasion. ,
jot the campus such as Alec White and Fayre- Stanley then gave a talk in whichhe Phone 22 E
The clock in tht weather Weatherwax, who feel at outlined the principles of the ,<> I I
two minutes regular- home now for the first time in annual smoker and complimentedthe A- WEST SIDE OF SQUARE .
'time the door opens and seven months. Others who are members for the fine turn-out ..I
PeabodY are the most ..... .. ... ... ..
of delighted with the little.fairies in and the splendid cooperation shown ...... .

,!! loafing place around sec- our, home _are_ the pressing club by the two organizations. Various
Eight students are in magnates, Judge Bowen.and J, B. members of the two county dubs
,; with stiff necks, and Gracy, and the able and efficient were then called upon for improm- B332 && !f : !niin--! ;

expected. The newspaper M;. Perkins_ of Weaver's: Laundry, tu speeches and arrangements m 4
j the hall outside the lily who predicts a rapid increase in made for the entertainment of the ti
IiJ devoid of the male ele- the number shirts GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY
etc., washedin Hillsboro and Duval visitors at the :
the hurried minutes be- the future. state track meet.
; young ladies find All in all it would seem that,the
: 1 convenient place to average student, altho wishing to FAIR ENOUGH Victrolas arid!Records h.It .

nonchalant ease. keep up ,his reputation of being a -
session of normal Roman hater is secretly tickled to Customer- "Is your cider good ;-
Monday, and the death with the ,new arrivals. It and hard?" I. D.RCM; Proprietor.
of the week wit- be added that Braddock .
days may Heyward Waitress-Hard, wby two
i the registration of some offers to make .introductionsat glasses would make a fellow liki
- j students. The great the rate of four bits per' each, you lay down in the road and try ftSKfas2f2RfaawiST.
t of these are the gentler so you see at least one student to pull the asaphalt over him.:' 1
: I of these damsels are values their acquaintance highly.

t courses with an eye Advertise in The Alligator.!
work in educa- HELD
taking FOR CO-EDS
1t 1t t & .a few are taking regular
t degrees. With Jimmie Boyd as choir- J. S. BODIFORD i t
s'T Reverend John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector
attitude on the cam- leader and the male inmates of the I I ;
p ard these fair invaders mess-hall as his accompanists, re- I j TELEPHONE.
: of shocked surprise. It gularl Wednesday evening choir-
that our habits are practices for the benefit of the t Druggists : Phone_32_| SCHEDULE OF SERVICES i

need of revision and cor- new normal school students were III SUNDAYS-10:30: A. M. and 7:45: P. M. { f _
No longer can a rat hail started on the mess-hall steps just
WEEKDAYS-7:30 A. M. t
; by the thousand and after supper last Wednesday evening. tt I

.: which are in daily use .
A. H. Doran
J. sad to say, unprintable. .The ,young ladies as they ,came I .a
can the chauffer of the from the mess hall were asked, if For Bicycles and Bicycle I
' cuss earnestly as his they would care:to learn the: Florida I Accessories 4.....................++.. 'o.s.. t

With a bush And, *ongs.andfyells: They would, 232 East Main Street SouthIOTFOF I: ALEX CAFETERIA : : : &
all, when we don our like.tot they" said. SO J1nuiii, as 4 .
the morning, we must master:of ccremoniesjn 1!short FRESH-CLEAN GOOD .,. '2
eye to the cleanliness speech in which he%elcomed-them .. .
and must legislate against to Florida and presented them witha ---- I : Here's the place to get : :. t 4

A button or two less be- copy of the "rat" rules. The STOCK ''II I I what you want. when 0 r
: a serious thing, to be choir then went through the list of .
and Blue" to e o : ': you want it.
ith accordingly. The un-: songs from "Orange (, V
who is wont to "We Are the Boys from Old Flor I TAILOR 0 4
at the sight of ida." Rousing "Long Gators" and i. ANYTHING at ANYTIME t }
i vision is eliminated by "Three Fs" were given for the t AND .. ,, A
> of selection; he cannot "co-eds," who seemed to enjoy the I I I .....*....................'. .... ..

up without danger of ser- whole program. DRY CLEANER ,
> {injuring his throat. The Next choir practice will be heldon I I
who is inclined to be Wednesday evening after sup- t I
chivalrous attitude finds per and it is hoped that the new Phone 354 I SEE :
in and be regular L--. Vidal Drug Company
seriously disturbed in his students will join ""' -
mind when he discovers loyal Gators as the old men are. I FOR DRUGS STATIONERY TOILET ARTICLES, \
: co-edna is sitting upon Let's make it a real Sing for old CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENS
: which he left in the lib- Florida. :1
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all, what is the cor- f
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$ in which to request a ANNUAL SMOKER HELD YOUR : rI
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remove herself from your BY HILLSBORO BLADES ,
the sedate and cynical DUVAL CLUBS I I I.
finds his usual composure I Sharpened at about one- I EASTER CARDS rj"STYLE
attain when he is in im- The annual get-together of the !I third the cost of new blades I
danger of colliding with Duval and Hillsboro county clubs I
pink the very next time was held in the gymnasium last I SWEARINGEN'S I Send the Good Tidings
fifty members -
around a corner. His illu- Wednesday night over
the sanctity of of the two organizations attending I AT IDEAL s GAVE .

gathered and foster- \ the fiesta, which true to I Opposite Fire blazonQrind j jI
;e four (and five and six) form preyed to be a big success -- .._"" !

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: \ SCHOOL TRACK MEET burg; Jeffery, Fort Lauderdale 9&THE SPRING TERM SATURDAY EVENING. Clinton Bur ridge, Lea

t CLOSED SATURDAY Beck, New Smyrna. Time, 25.5. .., ., '- Met 'Wilson. Jife
9 seconds. (((Continued" From Page One/ (Continued from Page One) Brittein ,and Otto t, !

I i '1_ (Continued from Page Four) '880-Yard Dash-Deckman, Du- : of material In the library,the number dramatic coach of the 'Masquera* personnel of the p1oes -
:- (t i Gerard GainesViUe;' Gibbons,.' who;; will ,4>e admitted to the Orchestra: under the .
n'y'vo; beat..being: made by tjje.ftams > al Ii ,\ : ders. di
'' .Eierce.'Time, 2.mmutes. 21.9 course is limited to forty. The Murray: Overstreet
? =\ Gainesville High_with .4 :-points S :Fbrt Edgar Jones played the double are 114
will! consist of lectures, hama
'* .course piano
winning ; Harold
nnexed-the honor- they Seconds-; interviews. t role of Bob Livingston and in the
= first Novice Meet. They far out- readingSKTand personal. first violin Buck Ek 1
220 Low HUrdles-Cooper Du each dream as a young Greek :ervant"in
Aectureswill be given violin Bert
Twg ; Hatson
4 : their opponents .wh/TjfAvJr val Jeffery ;Fort Lauderdale the of the ,
; ; the the array Qaen o Egypt. .
} the Piirplef weejt ,for. : remainder of aid Judiins
rd to show the speed 'Bishop, .Gainesville. Time, 31.2.vseconds. ;: = Robert Pierce plays the,part.of &
term, at periods to be mutually. flute and D. P. Boot
+ and White displayed. Bishop: 9& : ;
/ "_. : : Sarranne Gordon, whose hand Liv-
F 4 Gafnesvflle high point uripo4 i jt : .Discu.Throw-' "-Bishop: Gaines. : agreed .uppnvby those who sign for ingston seeks, and in the dreamis _____, _h__ _
} acquired rno '3r.. Woodley will be ""
t, 'h 'with 11 points, and the .course. -
..ville; Vandegrift Duval; Ellarbee the .Queen of Egypt, Rhskotis 4II 411
4: J : email: reputation for himtelf. j n- ';'buyaljr Distance,S8 feet, 3 inches.: : inDean .Norman's office on Monday I. Francis Parker and Beaca .Hazard 0 A Good Place
: Lauderdale, took second: plaat* from ten junUl one, and from UJ. ,
Pole Vault-Long, Gainesville; ; also appeared in double roles, t
r with 17 points. five until six| to talk with any Quiet PlaceCANOOCHEE to 8 vo
Clark, Fort Lauderdale; Driggers 'the former in the modern phase
: Summary of events: young men from the Junior and t
Leesburg. Height 10 feet.. as Claire Windslow and the latter LODE
f ,100yard dash Tyson, St. Senior Classesjwho\ be inter 1211
may W.
,Broad Jump -tBell, Palatka; as Mary Holden at a ball given by I University
Cloud Ben PalatEa NewSmyrna.
; ; ested. { .
Time, 10.9 seconds. Beck, New Smyrna; Jarrett, Pa- j Hal Morgan. In the dream they .....--

{ :Mile run-Gerard, Gainesville; Distance, 18 feet, 9 1-2 FIRST EDITI N OF THE are ladies in waiting to the queen.

:1 Eaton, Gainesville; Kinsey, Ft.: I inches. SWAMP ANGEL OFF Hal Morgan is played by Pfhil! I J. W. Al'COLLj31
t1 Lauder ae.. Time 5 min.. 11 sec. High Jump-Bishop Gainesville; ..: PRESS Conroy, who in the dream is High &00.
Jo High Hurdles-Kitchen, Brooks- Long, Gainesville; Brown, Lees- Priest of Isis. George Baya, Rob- DRUGGISTS .

i L vile; Jeffery, Ft. Lauderdale;' burg.Height, 5 feet, 3 inches. ert Harris, and James Brumby also THEREXALLSli
and most of the material was contributed Agents
Gainesville handle roles in both the mod
Rickard, Ft. Lauderdale. Time, SSO-Relay-Leesburg
'19.4'seconds. ; Time, 1 min. 43.3 sec. by members of the student ern and the dream phase. Jimmie Liggetts and Norris fei

'' 440-Yard Dash-Smith, Lees- minutes; 9,6 seconds. body. William Parmenterand Melton rings some excellent solos, inesville f.
H. M. Braddock are the
i One mile relay Gainesville, Ft. and Jimmie Clarke does tome exceptional -
f i burg; White, Lauderdale; ners of the contest to select a ItI
Bryan, Fort Lauderdale. Time Lauderdale. Time 4 min. 9 3-10 sec. dances. I
4. 56.6 seconds. Medley ReI a y-Gainesville. Other members who help to car. S H 0 Ei I IH

Shot Put-Ludwig, Gainesville;; (Against Time.) Time, 2 minutes, derdale 20; L esburg18; Duval,' ry out the well rounded cast ere ,:

+ i ;..t'' Dinkins, Dunellon;' Vandegrift, 26.5: ) seconds. 15; Putnam, 9; bunellon, 6; St Winthrop Robinson, Otis Green, B. Ms;; TENCH !II j .)
t 1 Dnral. Distance, 39 feet, 54 Standing of schools according to Cloud, 5; New Smyrna, 5; Donald Baird, Pete Harris, Henry

I; I laches. points: Ganesvflle, 48; Fort Lank Brooksvlle, 5; Fort Pierce, 1. Cash, Preston Bishop, Robert McClure 0 :TJ
: J Stewart Pomeroy, Eugene Gainesville i 11;

Foy, Harold Hauser, Robert Collins i -

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name for publication.The
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Staff of the. Swamp Angel
+...... 7 is as follows: Executive Board:
+ 4 1t
'r -. $ '. ". J ,. ... .. "1" .L Glover Miller, Editor-in-Chief '-
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"- "" .', .k. Richard Sias, Business Manage; ,
l Eagle Barber S
= 'f- / Philip Conroy Literary Editor;
h l ., FLA. u. 'B OYSThis := : Jaames Atkinson, Art Editor; Os- FCHEXPERT it.
Everything in the MEN'S and ".- -ji .
I j nonde Die Circulation Manager;
Robert Newcomb; Charles Ciller I SERVICE
; tOjus Malphurs, Robert Harris, k

and FURNISHING GOODS, can be. Howard Riddle, and Hubert If you call once you1 cal
is Your Store- I
Weeke. again.
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had at .
.. Next Door to Alaehu Cart

.- ," You're! Welcome) PALEY BOYD 'I

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NINTH ANNUAL STATE HIGH SCHOOL PUIZE ALLIGA 70k 'I TRACK MET NUMBER ADVERTISERS ---THEY PA TRONIZE YOU -.-U U U w 4 Ni Y -~ UNIVESITY OF FLORIDA, GAINsILE APRL 7, 1923 fl I ~5FOR TI 113 IE t O.WI)LEY GuavE SERIES OF e hdd regular at the Bile "Y*' Wv WiAprill a b$.ucement of t. "Cicken Dinne, All cabinet me attend prepsreo jesfor next y will be ledby the topic for "Were the Bi! a Success?" banr will be in I a hquet and will taCmmon, about mauebers of t! present and aig antciptedby nwa on,. dSe will be he ~t. study which wwnne.+ will bho ibers be to flomle Study 'Iae proth. form be given May 10. C faculty ~ood time the win-. the Bible id in the ,Whit, announces that r' Home Journal and hi Review will be put in I room for the htnefit the the the of S.Wite announced also that h0. 1. Woodley, a member PbFaculty for the Spring term. lue requested to give a course upon th. them.: a Life Work," to such of the seinior and junior *t dt'&re a co, .tdtr th a question seriously. The I. designed is not BpCCIfnoationSl advisement, but rall the elements of the that should be taken in. testIkyrtion, when one is choos.TRAGt DAY;: ANNUA] MEET NEW THE FORT LAUDERDALE TEAM MADE U P01NT8; DUVAL SECOND WITH 24; QUJINCY THIRD, IS Lnder :i broiling aun. before Fully two thousand people, tbe INinth Annual High Bchool Track Meet came to a glorloug end Satjurday afternoon on Flemiqg Fiera with mix neeod. unUahed, finB records mad, In tht initial novice meet, and Port Lauderdale thet gnmng team. The secret of the success 4f Ft. Lauderdale lay in a well-coached, evenly balanced tcam, whose coruiatenicy .iny tndurance account for its victory. Starting track only three yoars ago, thi, mall high school, by hard and faithful work, developed a tean which ycsterda decase. TQ Coah prescott oes -lhe most brilliant performers, was James Whidden of Quincy, the dark horse of the intet, wh., captured three firns ad the cup for indmvdual point winner. Thlo he was the moMbrilliant perforier, tnc work vi 8urwei oX Ft. Lauderdale, stood out as the mo< consistent. This man placed mn five events, and was n dangeroe man In several others. sunm.y of events: Hundred ar! &b hidden, Quincy; Du 1'u.s, Lemon Cty: Hebble, Tampa. Tinie 10 &. Pole vault--Gordon, Ft. L.awrdale; Robertson, l)UVa; Bryan, Ft. L a d -d a e ln e -h t ft .I ) i i Shut put--t! an. lI*u .i 'etteuihe Di-tanict 2 ft. 3 iGe inch. &New Recnrd). Mile run---Ci.rte Fort P erce; Fanmuan. Dual. Stewart, F. Lauderdale Time. 4 min., 50.9 SIX E HERE FOR NEXT LYCUMNUMBER Afternoon and Evenint April 13th At The Bar Theatr Of The next Lyceum number wil appear here on the afternoon and evening of April 13 at the Bait.i Thatr. The program will be'piic on by the F. S. W C. Draniatic Club under the directior 4f Mis* .Mary Holiingswortb. The names .of the cast have not been disclosed ut according to our aeiL infurnntion there will he about thirty wirns Boh matir-e andA eveAnig p'Pgrams Wi'h e given, the ImtmD C .or students only, and *he evening prwremi fui wae',on .An a mission charge 'will Ic nmad at the eseniug per! rmtnte, to deray the cxpcnses of fl Kirls con t1ir 1' M u' '' AUl classes wiii 5. -uspendtd during the w.rtzi e.? ing his life work. Owing to thr Continued -n limited amount Pave Eitrh' ~R8RWA EGA~iVETEAM WNW ITil ANCE DEBATEFROM SOUTH CAROLINA pUU~CAROLINA NEGA-!WETRAM DEFEATED NUSBEE IN DEBATE FRIDAY L.In ~.-*I ..FIRST EDITION OF THE SWAMP ANGEL OFF TIll! PRFSS L HIGH SCHlOOL SATURWIT SUWANE They W4iII Meet t niversity of The South Nnxt Saturday Tlh( firdt to ht held b athi another next Seturda CAtor track Swaree on trtck squad hard under track and field meet -'em: the University college will be staged y, April 14, when the and field m*1 meet Fleming Field. The has been practicing Coach Atkinson and .re in fit shape to put up some keen eo ptition when th. visitors Te tem to cmeewt swing Freshmen and The 100 yd. iwh-flM tiway, Newton. -r' yd. daah-Case, N Bishop. The 44 e i Dickey, Buitch, 4 -, S yd. lun-c:. V 'the one mike nu:t Glroy, Adami, 1V run-King, Ghiro} V ,T7he 120 yd. high V' .220 sd. low hur!I Varnity men. -h, Case Pet.p. The 220 I Pettiway, 14Lsh Crown F Todd: The .Bratley,. .King, Poe, .mile eSte'wart. ts and the .eli. LamMET THURSDAY AND FRIDAY High school prmecipals and leading educators rnm all secton of the 'state gathered here Thurs day *itnoon for the opening sesuion of th. Fourth Aiinual Coti ference of High schooll Princapala, hold under the auspices of th.' Teach. r-s College of the Univerty of Fhorida. Oa anizrat on and appoint ment of eommiittCes together with adIIc e and dhscusin featured the opening season Thursday The Thursday afternoon session. "e Educational Statudes ofte State's Institutiors of Higbet lAarniflg," by Dr. A. A. Murphret, and an address by lion. Wt.& CLathon. State Superintendent of Pube Indtruction, on thr "Certification of Teacher." The program for Friday was a series of talks and Oeseussi.,ns U)on 'lasroom, Supervinon." The business -,sson closedo trhea acator, remained over, however. to wttnen the state high achool track and hield meet held here on fr-May and Saturday. bo, Monroe. Thc shot put-Middlekauf. The javalin-Simmnons, Middiekauf, Newton. Anderson. Running broad jump-Newton, Pettiway, Monroe Pole vault-Marsh*I. Magilt, High jamp-MIddlekaut and Marahall. ----------~-' FIRST PLACE IN DEC LAMATION CONTEST WEBSTER MERRILL, 01' GAINESVILLE SECOND: NINE HIGH SCHOOLS REPRESENTED Billy Ward of Daytona Highx wvon the gold medal at the Higb MASQUERADERS PERFORM ON SATURDAY EVENING NO. 26 CLOSED Lit K -4 2 K' fiJ~ K V V I r I.


THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR 0 4 The following account of the hands up and was ordered to calfearless discipline of P. L Peadon', sider himself under arrest. principal of the Williston High 'The three men marched down School, will be of interest to the to the barber shop where first aid inen*ers of the Class of '22, and was rendered. Scarborough then especially to the students of the told Professo' Peaden that if he Teachers College. would overlook the incident, he "Because P. L. Pernlen, principal would not sue him for whipping his of the Williston High School, used child. Peaden told him to go corporal punishment on the fourahead and sue At this point the teen year old daughter of C. E. other tf'tstee, appeared on the fact thenr >Ut. >rough and that ght to They for ins Arnold arrest his illtructed Professor Peaden to return to the school with the full assurance of their support in upholding the dis.cipline of the school. "Peaden is everywhere greeted with acclaim by the townspeople who have been having trouble with the school for the past three years until Professor Penden ampeared on the scene with his summary manner of dealing with of.fenders. "Year before last A. F. Johnson, then the principal, was held up at night and badly beaten for ping a school boy. Last professor Koehier was badly en up by a garg of the boys and con oiled to leave middle of the term. "It is probable that the will be brought up by the whipyear beatlarger nf the after grand -mn of court, a, the in regard to the ineers on school prendefinite," aden is a graduate :v of Florida, Class who by his own efhs way through former professors and classmates speak the highest terms both of his ability as ash a man among men. of on olar him in account and as STARTh A COURSE TO TRAIN YOUNG DIPLOMATS American young men who look forward to careers as ambassadors foreign ministers or other representatives of thetr government abroad may now be trained for such a career the same as for the law, medicine or any other profession, according to an announcement today by New York University. The announcement makes publie the fact that scholarships established at New York University by the late Ambassador Frederic Courtland Penfield are now operative and will he awarded to tandidates whose qualifications best indicate a titness for 'arter i the foreign service. Frederic Courtland Penfield died last summer after a long career I-ce----ee ftn ne nntr CbQl fln -I 0 in th, diplomatic began in the eon flee in Cairo and as U. S. cmb Through the tryi sW4onld War, he h tsts, not only of but of h~If a do2 at war with Aus jenees taught him stil general which l's ofended in Vienna ~assador then. og period of the andled the interhis own country,. ~en other pow ;tria. His expathat, while what v known as "shirt sleeves diploiaCy" may serve Vtry well on OC.2:sion, there i als. a neted for the tramnel diplomat. This realization found expressiOn in his will in a bequest of $80,000 to New York University for the founding of what should be known as Penf'eld Scholarships" for training Amnean youth in diplomacy. nternational attain and belles-let tres." Thee scholarships, which are in jhlrl the realization of a plan long advocated by Chancellor Elmer ElL.worth Brown, close friend of Ambassador penfield, for a school of internationall affairs at New York diversity, will be awarded by Dean Earl B Babcock of the Graduate School of New York Universaty. Two of these scholarships for $1,000 each will be awarded to applicants holding the master's degree from an approved college 01r university or who expect to receive the degree in June, 1923, who plan to devote their entire time to study during the academic year l9fl-24. In addition to the two $1,000 scholarships, there will be two of an annual value of $800, three of an annual value of $500 and several minor scholarships. College students who desire to participate in these scholarships should commuvnicate with Dean Earle B. Babcock of the Graduate School o' New York University, 100 Washing ton Square, East, New York City, giving him a statement of their academic preparation--N. Y.U. NEW ROOKS RECEIVED THE LIBRARY. IN The following books have been received by the University Library PHILOSOP~y Through nature to God-John Fiske, General introduction to psychoanalysis-Sigmund Freud. The mind in the aking-J. H. Robinson. PsychoanalysisA. A. Drill. BIOLOGY Plant anatomy-W. C. Stephens. Smell, taste and allied senses in t~e vertebrates. H. Parker. Typical flies-E. K. Pearce. The organism as a whole-,Tac qlues Loeb. Elementary nervous system--G. H Parker. ENXGLISB Cyropsedi. Xenophon.Greek Bucolic poets-J. M. Edward. Sophocles, vol 1. II, III. GENERAL I | | | DESIRES Fancy, spread Bear mec o So I viait .tar l'a4Img fro crowds. IThy wing If into thec *c ff High, .8 a -:l flight Oil U4 4 Vision, cast Thy light before So I see what lies beyond,. Le't I should but vainly soar Where nmy flight would not r spond. Aspiration, upe the door So that I may pass on While ambition would expl Where no mortal ever through ore flew, Opportunity, c':and, Till I slip on quickly past, FEt the Fates should counterband As Thy blossoms fade or blast, 0 Desires, I long to I see; So Mit t UEA5 O X'AI\ST Outline of scicnce--.A ThornasOn. Analysis of the inter church world movemte' rerr n the ate.el strike-M Olds. Queen Victori3-Lytton Stracheyv School book of foretry-C. L. IPack. Glimpses of nengal-liobindranath Tagor.Wa Malay ArchisebhgO AR. Walact. Et In W~l counltti : 9u reqiret> be fl; U U. <4t. standire are H 280; Schabinger, ,Eradshaw .304; 863; WAOn 361 A reporter wa< Edison 'And :.j sI ventor, 'made th chine ? "No rephed Mr one was a

ThE FLORThA ALUGA roLi .p 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 a a a a a a a S ut6 to grumble, 3knockz.mny trn the box!" BLUES hotflWed my ties -$c my penn.eS a ndm duds. my as 0w1 cay ows what ye, with th. rest. wles~e, just take ti kepthat. agthlittlethingtS that) epoil the map, of & .,se colege yap,. wi beOrrnd my clean -s.hIrt.&ndspur. .JOHN MARSHALL SOCIETV SMOKER .-tecondh I ltk4 uw like th talk. Talk wtl gct yu alnyt hui And Thirdly because occasion. lik this ai'e u L -in andWe atbthappy wle' w W-A k"' declared lDtaJ hlarry IL Trusler at the smoker given b~ the John Mardhal debating society in honor of the Zaw faulty, la-t V/i in, nThe night ws spen It spct making, w zth eati m. okit g Aentra god t~i p 'id Dr. J \l Chapman. Au Vflm) r-naati sLi: Y .B that of variou. 'at I *wi d menibi s of t it lnw fa cultv Thcast nas as foliws. Rat Sparkniami as i I r Rat Pitman as Dr. Crandall; Mr Tripp a.s Judge to& reP; Ra' CushmaI lPro .se RaI S.I *1 JOHNSON'S PHARMACY Drug,, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods '.e guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only purest drugs used. Low prices Quality considerSd Jaineivilfe, Florida. flo a e 0000 f o o na THEPHIFER STATE BANK GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA HA RLDA BARBER SHOPj WEST SIDE SQUARE Gnar.p -d Service and Courtesy is our Motto J. C. PRE VATVP, Prop. Wednesday evening Consisted f Ithe usuad dies parade, after whic% the visitors met the Snome. bert of the battalion and enjoye Ian informal talk following a short Ispeecb by Major Heimick. The Thursday morning drillwaex tended an hour in order to eal and "A" company to work out a tactiand cal problem. D~uriag th, is hour of drill "A" company carried and on with close order company drill, "B" company platoon dos an hOeS extended order drill, "C" company sqe uad drill, an D eo mn y wa on with bayonette work and the hem freshmen calisthenics and mass play. "D" company later demonhurl strated the company in attackATROCITIES full aihere goee a fellow that b a lot of money rattling bO0,t gambler?'. "Nope; the geology pro?. gIN THE SUMMER lay men seem to I etp that ScompleXiOn on their coat turnddled Afttr a painful s a a voice "Hider. sir." "YTm are mistaken-t, y agaid 1ke! What do you mean ?'. "W411 f t wasn't Heytor or F_ "' rqilied the brkrht o e sadly, t us have keen Nero. I kiiow abd~y with a dog's name did rot. tvsry nearsighted)--Hello, Jim.You look like someone else. *UI. This isn't Jones.-.-LOST TINE Nrofaor,jj you're behind any Ut' ttime to catch up. LW-we't sir, Fm behInd with de shp. Goodday.-x D151IUISHED COLLEGE RATING? estwek y a b .rd nf ,iltarv OrN trw,, Wathington. 1wlq ndUctset an 1nspettion t i fl'rie whether the sra,,dard Iert are at present over three Cuiu seio,'Is in Lt Unite *States which have Reserve Officers Training Corps, and out of thes number only twenty-five will be given the Distingzihed C'ollege *rating. The basis for inspection hoo1, isimily he effiie ny o their military seiciee cOUrses a; exemplified in field work, theoretical training, discipline, proportion of the size of the unit to the total enrollment of the school, the cc operation of the faculty anti facilUlies foi tiamni"g. DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY GETS COMPLIMENT Th 'irmt IeM ;t te I &dition of Industrial and Engincee ing Chemistry" published by t h e Am in ian Chemical Society, con tains an mnteresting articlsetting forth the activity 0f the Chemistry !hpartnment mi popularizmng ehemn istry in El trd(Ia. -\ention i's nxadt of tv. *1 artidles recently publiehed in the Pr fesor B ak.b D o tor Bese and some of the student as itattt of thesearticles have been rtprinted by papers in various partl of the country and have attracted favorable comment. Conpernirg tIt& iaeinti, uu .n te Sak Fair. "Industrial and Engineering Cheniistry" makes the fo~ln'ing remarks. *tive features of the F' rida State fair in JTack.,onviuit has been th Unix rsit3 01 Florida Building. ndthe exhibit of the Chenmistry *Department has both : me, proved 2to be the tentet of attractionn for ,all '-totor, to this building. It Sha. been th. aim yf the Department to pipulaie che,,,ttr i thmin waarItf& the mayiuepublt *A -I -4 '4! -AA I<1 id f We Invite College Men to See and Try On Our EDERHEIMER STEIN CLOTHES $34) -$35 -$45 Specially designed for tne straight, tlini figures of Varsity men-tailorsd to look as good in the showdown as they do in die showcase. Some of the models have inverted-pleat beckB that finish with a belt. Some have bellows shoulders; also belted. Some have patch pockets that button through, other pateh pockets are plain. Some are two button. Some are three button. AR in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished maker-enship. Extra value is, of course, to be expected. Super-Fine Ederheimer.Stein Suits at Fifty and Sixty Do8ars EVERYTHING MEN AND BOYS WEAR I Porter I U \WK)NX ILLE, LOIINE1I I1A AND LAURA *=+++++ Bedding, Pillow Cases, ISheets, Blankets RLUBONS-UIBUON NOVELTIES MADE TO SPECIAL WIDEN I fl~ --Vt A I~1 ii -I -"N .4 t-t#9 A. X~. V. A __ '-Ct, 1~ t -. 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----PAUS flJUR titeed as second class matter. September 20, 1912, at the Postoffice at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts '2f March 3, 1879. --.~ rrti.'ditnr-mn-Chief FREDERIC H. LANGiWUKOR KENNETH K. HANSEN-ROER'T WRAY -filERT WEEKS-.A CHARLETON D. KEENE W. RUSSELL KING EDGAR BUSBEE MURRAY OVERSTRET.H. S. PARRISH .-. 1W. G. PA.TE.--B. F. BERLACK-.------.------N. 13. St. JOflN.--VIRLnT U BRADSUAW .---Associate .-.Managing assistant Managing Asst. Mgr. Makeup Society Alumni -Sport Asst. Sport Joke -.--a-Joke ..Exchange -.Military Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor aa,.a Reporters: J. W. Usher, Don C. Booth, G. A. Martell, T H Parhai, Sam Cornwall, G. H. Bee, L. W. Rogers. HORACE WILSON .--.---.winess Manager, D. A. RAMBO .---.Assistan: Busiuwss Manager '10 OUR VISITORS The Florida Alligator is glad indeed to extend to our many visitors this week the hand of fellowship and congratulation. The eyes of the whole state have been centered for two days upon the University of Florida, and upon the vast collection of youth and I young manhood striving with every sinew for supremacy out upon Fleming Field. The best brains and the best muscles of the high schools have been tried and tested here during the past two days; and the many close decisions, the amazing ability4 shown in speed, endurance and skill, demonstrate well indeed to the watching public the brand of manhood that the state of Florida is developing. It is our greatest wish that you have enjoyed your week-end: with us, not only for the excitement, the victory or the glory that you may have won, but also for being associated with us in the greatest and the best university in the South. If we have pleased you, if you have met and found favor with our standards end traditions, if you have learned to just a little extent the beauty sand the intensity of that great thing which v*, in this institution have named "Florida spirit," then our good-will to you and our anxiety to make your visit pleasant one will not have' been in vain. We hope and wish that every man who ha. walked our campus this week will flnd In his heart the desire to join us another year as a fellow-studnt Instead of a visitor. We want to see you all back again, upon our athletic field and in our classrooms with Florida's little green rat cap upon the back of your heads, and with your eyes fixed upon that greater and finer ideal of "Old Florida" before which all other things must fade and' an~a. AMd may your IndIvIdual affections for your individual school be lost in the love for the one, the supreme college, and in~ that incomprehensIble enigma of debp loyalty and devotion which is the birthright of our Alma Mater. We congratulate you upon your physical successes and the fairness and cleanness of your contests. Your spirit has been splendid and your conduct excellent. We know we need not ask I you to remember us, for th. nme of "Florida" winl mean more to you now than It ever did before; let the remembrance live unti1I we meet again. The University "Masquerades" hav sonuaplyti year which is worth journeying miles to see. "Dream Stuff'" Is a masterpiece of dramatic art, end its repertoire displays aetinr ability and skiD worthy of any stage. Great credit is to be give to Father John Connoly who doubtless has spent many long. weary hours writing the play and keeping it going through the I stages of construction and rehearsal. The actors we must alaol congratulate, for they have shown splendid enthusiasmn and spirit I n givrnr up the time for continual rebearsaja willingly and yet grinding out studies under this handicap. Those who miss seeing the play will regret it. ani +. tr_.i, A COREECTION It wos Alligator over the pet it ion aninouncel I that N. ( U. of F. mn laSt year. n last week .State woe gallery comnThis was an pFBT EldNH u How error and the Alligator eJresSes it apologes tothe gallery team. ida's gallery team both during the school ;efr am4 at Th' txenr camp. NINTH ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET CLOSED SATURDAY VOLLEY BALL TEAM DEFEATED TAMPA Frida, Marth 30, the volley ball team journied to Tampa Where they defeated the Tampa 'V. M. C. A. after a bird fought battle. After the iirst game points wi wo,. .n by earnest efforts the part of both teams. The Gatorn started off with a rush and made eight points before tey .1lowed Tamp. to serve. Thy easily finished off the game by a score 0f 15-0. Then Tanip. settled down and evened up points, win~ ning the next game by a score of 15-14. After this came three games of hard fighting, but Tampa was not able to cope with the superior brand of playing that the Gater, put out and the games went to Florida by scored of 15-8, 15-9, 15-10. SmmonsManager; Keller Bratley, Worley and Richardson. DEATH OF MRS. NARGARETY U. NIL flUORE Mrs. Margaret Montgomery Miltimore, mother of Miss Cora Miltimore, the University Li'branan dedt her hone a F 24 a* afternoon. Funeral Z.rVICte w4Ee held from the teSiime ?fl 3 P. M. on saturday afternoon. The Alligator takes this opportwnity to extend s deepest symP tHies h. Miss Ivi'timor, irn her : pnt bereaveornc I 9 Greenleaf & Crosby Compan y 9 JEWELERS Jacksonville, Florida ,9 9Medals, Class Rings an d P-in s. ( ommit-. $ tees in searchi of loving CUps 01trophies 9 suitable for Golf, Tennis or other athletic 9 events, will find it an easy matter U4 $ Choose from selection packages wh ch we will gladly send upon approval 1.0---------a a ~~0 -~ I FIRST METHODIST CH URCH 9:40 Sunday School, H.0. Enwahl, Teacher of College IhI SasAPreaching 11:00 and 7:30. Epworth League 6:30. eec eeoc eeca a a e e _ _--------__ _-_ _-_LirreAy ro ApOZI0d p Eletrca bega n I the disks with mal cloth. Thus he gen. toady current. This was Ittic psle"--the first basic Brat generator of Gaiwasi and Volta were peinetca, but ott interp'uon of E da l engineering, mon was the outatanaiM se re -Lai a, Duvri lv Med. .+Petersburg, Ork.ac0 It.7 seconds, Standing of school points: Fh. Lauderd1 St.Peerbug,10;G IDaytorA 5; Ft. PNn Ik;llit :ty 3; Osceola 1, Orlando. The fsrm: Anual was fe-aturel! by ex~ for tht. i, r a that it wil Ieqrt (Co nmu d o P1 *1 E ng in ee rin g T IS not enough to oxsepsiratec pariment and to observe pieces of in scientific research, rated a s 'There moat also be in. the "Vo ~frem nn. Take the cases of tery, ti vaiand Volta. electricit Oncdayanl7l6Galvanitocched with his metal instruments the Bgh morves of a frog's amputated hind caI legs. The legs twitched in a n vcry life-likeway Even when the gv s frog's legs were hugfrom an iron NapoL .nne K. -. hnnl. .S. J. flare In al& 1. celijt re Pag" s the s tad tbea ut -ff t 10 ALLIGATOR FLORIDA (ContfUs f ri Page 1) dale; Finkeistein. Duval. Time, 29.1 seconds. Discus throw-Lowenstein, Div.1; MeAlexander, Sanford: Bryan, Duval. Distance, 104 ft. 3 inches. (New yeeord.) Broad jump-Whiddon. Quincy, Lewis, Duval; Bullock, Oscelos,. DIstane,. 19 ft., 6 iucese. THE --


THE FLORIDA ALLIGArOR U'A{;r E '1 U II ) I here next April 12 anid through the even two and this be Sb Fnaria's favor. tehis-s left to Jo Ii.tem t teir pump In Anniaton, Ulkhy tack charge with am, losing time enitireWhen in the spring Ala.,. of the mh is certain, when a tmhas enough "atuft"' M theAtlanta crackeys 4thnwarrant the prosydtke whole student body at or-e played here. Conse&ey art expectIng 100 RUN ON FRIDAY II. n neeods were estab-Nh the pnehiminartes of the _donual interscholastic track fl~iay afternoon at Fleming .il d, with the exception of isM jump and the discus, the Lue 61r the stants was below the 0.ature of the event, was Ste klmshowin of the smaller 1thiOol. whose reprsentsSs eced In practlcafly all the tmny of the events: 4huppecmhip Cla-i 00 yard --4t heat, Reed, Duval; 5h-b *1 &in.A. t., -a m the. 10 2-4 ends. 2nd heathuhel, Lnmn City; Whlddon,. tisnr;NottOala. Time 10-9. IS-ryson, Duval: Lou's. Cmi.a; Wright, St. Petersburg. ila Nudles-lst heat-John--r-new spring 9 ea and fabrics 9 -I men jho know the keen & iii satisfaction tiat ~d-rlht-to their od. Oat of good woolenseti anl foreign -t. oS0 front, and the right e for all oecas-OUS. I son, etuderdale; Mofod, St. P e e rbdg .T i e -s e c o n d s. 2nd eat-Espdal, Daytona; Stone 220 Yard Daah-ist heatWhiddon. Quincv; Green, Leesburg. Time 24-4 seconds. 2nd heat-DluPuis, Lenten City; Brysen, Dusal Time 25-a seconds. 3rd heat-Reed, Duval: Lewis. Oaks Ti, 245scns 4t heat-Burwell, Ft. Laudehdae Hebble, Hillaboro. Time, 25-2 seconds. IPole Vault-Robtrtson, Duval; ICing, Duval; 'Thrower, Quincy; Corder,, Ft. Lauderdale; Bryan, FtLauderdale. Qualifying height, 9 feet 9 inches. 220 Lkw Hurdles--st heat-Hozeman,. St. Petersburg; Johnson, Ft Lauderdale. Time 30-1 seconds 2nd heat--Finkelstzii,. Duva!; Barton, Orlando. Time ai4s seod. 440 Yard Dash-lst heat--Parker, Tallahassee; Bradley, Hillsbore; Mahannah, Ft. Lauderdale. Time, g5-? seconds. 3rd heaatBurwell, Ft Lauderdale; Sanchez. Gainenville; Kijgore, Hilisboro Time. 59)-9 seconds. Shot Put-Bryan, Duval; Pettaa Dunon Lensen, Duvml; Blullock, Kissimmee; Saria,. I; -Trxopical Wvorsteds -~GabardintS -.Whipcords -oh airs -Silk Pongefl -Silk 5hantu1gS -Palm Beaches ftSH E RE FUTRCHGOTT"S MEN'S STORE JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA YOUNG MEN should ask to see the new 'Broadway' Model and the new 'Brooks'-tbe very latest spring and summer models to leave the cutters' tables. At CONVENqIENT1 CORNERS we will show them to you. --Seersucken -Twe ed B ---Wool Crash -H omoapufl --Ceviota --Blue Sergei This wonderful lineup of light weights for the first warm day' of sp -g 4-sttow them in 2, 3 and 4.piece suits materials wgthl re 2, 3 For oungMen there's belted styles, Norfolk and pin orel YOflngrative Models for older men. There's browns grays, blues, tans and nfl the newest 12 hernbe effects.' seconds. 220 heat-Adams, Leesburg; Beck, New Smyrca. Time, 26-1 seconds. 2nd heatLassiter, Dun!l. Time, 25-7 seeondt. Sad heat--Jeffrey, Ft. Lauderdale. Time, 26 seconds. Discus Throw-.Bishop. Gainesville, Ellerban, Dluval; Vanderrift, fluval; Franees, Brooksville; Brown. Lenhburg. Distance to qualify, 87 feet-. Broad Jump-Beck, New Smyrna; Bell, Palatka; Kitchen, Hernando; Janrettc. Palatka; Bishop, GabnesyIll. Distance to caualify, 17 feet. RATS LOST FIRST TWO GAMES TO SAINTS Gainesville. Distane for qoaifi.cation, 37 feet. Broad Jump--Lewis, Duy.); Reed, Duval; Bullock, Kisaimmee;, Bozeman, St.Petershurg; WIhidd on, Quincy. Distance to qual.f,18 feet. Diseus--Lowenstemn, Duna); MeAlexander, Sanford; Bryan, DNv.); HalT. Tallahassee; Johnson. Ft l auderdale Distance to qualiy, 94 feet High .Jump--Lewi. Duval, Thrower, Quincy; Gordon, Ft. Lauderdale; Stone, St. Petersburg, McDowell, Gainesville. Height, 5 feet, '7 inches. NOVICE CLASS 100 Yard Dash-lst beat-Iss-on, St. Cloud; Beck, New Smyrnau. Tune 11-5 seconds. 2nd heat', .Jeffrey, Ft. Lnuderdade; Adams. Leesburg Time. 11-4 seconds. 3rd heat--Bell, Palatka; Smith. Leesburg. Time Il-4sflondt. Shot Put-Jarrah. Palatka; Vandergriff. Duval; Ludwig, .Gainesville; Dinkins, Dunellon; K Iilbane, Gainesville Distance wo qualify. 34 feet. 220 Low Hurdles--st heatCooper. Duval; Trubby, Cainnville Time 31-7 seconds. 2n ,heat,-Jeffrey, Ft. Lauderd l Bishop, Gainesville. Tie, 3Freshmen lost the second gain. of their series to the Saints, another hard luck inning proving their ought until the fourth wheu the Samntly flatters fell on the of-ferings of English jot fise safeties and sewed up one perfectly good tal game. Wdth theee tqo jwkangs out of tne w ly the Rhts shouId win te *batsnac of the gamcs thcy hane to play and by doing so will flmin iD the old nae for the state championShip. SEMIFINALS SATURDAY MORNrNG 4'iarnpioashiD clast, 100 yard dash, 1st East-Hobble. Hillsboro; REed, Dun!l; DePuis, Leinoa City. Time 10-6 seconds. 2nd heMt -Whiddon, Quiney; Bergion, DcsvaI; Wright St. Peth 'In 1043 220 dash 1.t heat-WhiddOn, Quiiw2: Bryson, Dhmni. Time 24.-2 ,econde. 2nd heat-Reed, DuvaJ; Hebbke, Hilisboro. Trima 24-4 snNEW MEN INITIATED T1;> tolhowing Ln were initiate'l ,ntt, the honorary agricultural fraternity of Alpkh. Zeta Iast Monday miiht: M TI. Campl, II, Mi A. Rakc-, A L. Sparkmai, ani Harry 31. SmIth, SUPPLIE SERVICE Co. 3.0O. T. C. POST EXCHANGE Co-Operative Military and Athletic Goods a Specialty Rear of Engineering Bldg. U a I A' --"K YOU CAN LOOK NATURAL LATER Now is the time to look gay in one of our new spring suits at $10.75 to $45.00. In the first game of the road trip against St.Pete in the Ancient City last Wednesday Johnson i=tme gneat ball until the fatal seventh. With two down the Saints found hint for four safe hits and these with two costly bobbles proved the downfall of the Etats. When the smoke cleared away the Saints were leading lip eto this ning it was a ho up ball the stick work of Porter, Johnson, English and Miller being of the sensation,) variety. But lady luck nas against the Fresh-. men and they lost the first game the Rat, have lost this season By the rere of 9-6 the Florida MaUsl team will face -'1 Miter. 1,ad dday, af-s in -th rst *gonS, but nsuits will -A A AI V I I I SPRinG AND SUMMER SUiTS INe -for muso tI lr Abh d'U Kh" a eady and Ii S bY s r A ti A


CA flu! mv THE FLORIDA ALLTGATWI --* fDGAt BUSBH A + + + ++ + + +. +,.++ 4 + 4+ + 4+ 4.++ SOCIAL CALANDER K*.p Sigma Annual lnttallasiot 3.11 Friday. April 13. Twentiet& Century Club, Formal. Kappa Sigma Dausnt Saturda, April 14, Twentieth Century Scabbard and Blade Annual Dance Saturday, April 14, Tweustieth Centutry Club. Serpent and Theta Rubben Seciety Dance April 27, Formal Pirate Cit Dance April 28, Formal. PRABODY CLUB Monday, April the second, marks the day of Teacher's college becoming co-edueational. And incidentally Peabody Club now ha. the distinction of being the only literary society on the campus to have lady members who are ofti-dily enrolled at the University Ms indents. Because of this fact the meeting of Peabody last Monday night will long be remember.4 a4 .the time when co-ednas were first taken in as members of' the club-. Mr. Meinnis, president of Peabody, opened the meeting with a few appropriate wordai of welcome to the members and then the bus'ness of the evening was dispiens .d with-. Mr Hinson'i, talk on the sub .es 'Trhe X'alue of Public Speaking to the Teachers" was extePlent. But probably Mr Blackburn's speech an the "Atrocities of the Florida Rural School" was of a type to he appreciated more. His points were substantiated by ttatisticr front various counties of the state and were wei1 demonstrated. A large share of the program was concerned with a round-table disoussion on "Negro Education in florida." AG CLUB The nicttlg of he Ag. C'lub on Monday night wfatured by t debate or. sut jedt "Ro.olvcd that the state capital! should be removed to a more central location." The affirmative was upheld by V V. Driggers *nd G. W. Pryor. The arganient was spirited and t edciuiont in doubt until the last. Drigger's rebuttal wa' undoxittodly the deciding factor and thi' deCiSiOR was given to the affirmative by a two to one vote. T. J. Tfre next gave a coud' detire talk on the subject "How can the Farmer Imipro' ent Situation'. C. tertairni with an onthods us3 inr abhis from old Egy The last speech was an imioiptl Shealv in which the prac tibr of deb us to take every gtt otn our fedt in The Program for re HiM Pres0. Bratley oraccount of the errovig vzlaptian tombb. of the eveflint u talk by har. he COmnd~Ced a* anrd urged opportUf'ity to public Next Week. 2. Ueevaporated gasoline for freckles. 3. Massage your hair with glutten oil for a beauty gloss. 4. Eat three onions a day for a pleasing breath. 5.Use shoe polish to darken eye6. Use poke-berry juice for tempting lipt. 7. For a beautiful shape wear a tight fitting sweater. 8.Use white teeth-wash with octagon soap. 9. For white elbows, wear a IomIon tied around then, at night. Ex. "As for myself, I have a vely poor taste in colors," said Dr. Enwall. "Personally. I'm quite fond of eyrttfl% oberervod Pascl The Philosophical Phreshnman_"Running a thing down never gets you any where unless yoiu'r' on a cinder track." All of w.h;h goes t.> show~ tihat a habit will grow on a guy. For instance, Dick Sias, who is, text Sto Dutch Van ClevC, undoubtedly Sthe biggest eater in the me~s-hall handed in a paper to Dr. Leake last week in the English class which proves that a habit if humured. will grow to an obsession One of the questions dealt with the unfortunate Earl of strafford"Black Tom the Tyrant." Sias told with great pathos of the closing of the career if Sir Thomas. tracing him thru his trial and told of how he was east into the Tower. Hie quotedd the explanation of the tnndenmed man, 'Put not your faith in print es no, in the sons of men. for in them vs n, saiivatios ['hn he toll of the famous atpotle< rknth on Towei Hii!, -rng that the poor man died 0r ove -eating Doubtless it wa, a etfect in], lromi Sias' standpoin FAMlOUS HOOKS BY FAMOUS MEN The flowiuig book, baset bttr donated to the Ihrar y by they aothoi> andl have bet,, placed iin a spttial shelf by themwhe' of th, society the banquet V characterized by a spirit of lowship and good will The T-shhsed table was de rated with ferns and large .1 red rotes. ~Attihetive announcing the enu and te prohe took his seat. Richard Sits, president of Farr Litt. was toastmaster and, afttr the delicious six-course dinner hd speakers in a fitting manner. President Murpliree, the first speaker of the evening gave a splendid address on "Loyalty to the University of Florida." In commenting on the loyalty show" in other universities, he suggestEd that each graduating alumnus pay ten dollar, a year for the nurpos' of creating a bigger anti better Florida. Russet Kng and George Stanlev both talked on humorous subjectMr. King told of the Vieisstitudes of the Absent Minded Profes-or. While the lately rimed ro eds greatly inspired NIr. Stanie. Dr. Leigh gave an extremely interesting allegory on "Birds," it, which Freshmen were titmice ini I Sophs were owls who slee;. with wide-open eyes. The rivalry between the peaock Juniors and the goese -like Seniors v as oniy to.' teal. Mr. Robert Fergusar, added to the pl'asure of the evening by -mneing several solos He wvas accompanied by Miss Anne McKinstry. The barnet was thoroughly, successful and each guest left conscIons of a bigger and broader cnception of thn' meaning of Florida' fellowship Ltst anythtrg? ---c -sa aa -ee Ilasement Language Hall New Lin cot rrmversMty Jewelry and Stationery. LaqE Amrlment of Pennants. Frndhman Uaps. Mew. cry Books, Etc. -------WON'T YOU MILD H AVAN A CIGAR The University from a Hugh'i Altitue--Sho:t Gir HAw to Make a Valeujuno took Like Fifty Cents. .Duke BayaHow to Be Heard Theugl. it" Seen kky Taylor. Eating--A ott. Art .Harold Pomer-oy. Dutch X'anCletf. and other Oneo Hundret ULI 09, it~od K'. u<. toe 5Ped-i I)-II Genrg MQ( 13, Beside, these bn i there :s emy intei esting pamphlet n "Al-olishmenti of Exams' by LRsleigh &cotten. The studeci t bodyx A .1 whole m irnvitud to ue those hooks wvheneverneIC(iSAVy. XWe guaranRce that very one of The seven AGES 0eN ds FIRST NATIONAL BANK Incorporated 188 Capita $1eo,ooo Surplus, $lso,00 GAINESYILE, FLORIDA THE REXA LL STORE NO. 2 719 W. University Avenue "The Drug Store Nearest the Univerat" Prompt Delivery Sen'ice PirOnE Va' carl t I I 1' If I ITampa fOr It. ELI WVITT CIGAR CO. Distributors Miami Jaeksonvile -* THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOli


rHE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR PAGE SEVEN OF SPRIG TERM OF NORMAl.| REMEMBERS OF -SEX CEANG sbhfl sis, 5Th! ICrtds, Gator, Gator, BoomdBoomn, Co-E, e'~~jrhtaie in the history lewsity, pink frock and Jtthe campus duig th ,ioa. The clock in tbt lu tue sinutea regulartie hedoor opens and .t ftjody are the most l.frng place around, see*non. ligt students ate in with stiff necks, and as cxpsted. The newspaper ahthe hsfl outside the libknWWMdVed of the male cith the hurried minutes be4kssas; young ladies find et e counient place to -sonehalant ease 3m first sessio:I of normal sh emed Monday, and the ttedays of the week wit-4 ~jthe registration of some ~ns students. The great .f these are the gentler -review courses with an eye ga, tetcher's examinations, iare taking work in educaIasd few are taking regular sak lwad degrees. generall attitude on the camp.s ward these fair invaders Ma -of shocked surprise. It salseem that our habits are Isa need of revision and cor* uedi. No longer can a rat hail s4! his Mgow by the thousand and 3 nga-e which are in daily use 3. ISt u., sad to say, unprintable. hs 1, lger can the chauffer of the nuerat bicycle cuss earnestly as his -' 'hal collides with a bush And, S wartet all, when we don our b kbi in the morning, we must herna eye to the cleanliness teed, and mast legislate against t' k4. A bston or two les beema a various thing, to be dalt with accordingly. The Un* h Sophomore who is wont to Ughli "Kawkshaw at the sight of a gamsing ,Wson is eliminated by prusae of selection; he cannot I t up without danger of ar157l Wnuring his throat. The J15cr who ha inclined to bh S the chivalrous attitude finds hmgjf seriously disturbed in his P.C.t Of mind when he discovers eStea co-edna is sitting upon he hat which he left in the jibPWry. Aft.r nfl, what is the cart iS form in which to request a lady to remove herself from your dAnd the sedate and cynical seiwr finds his usual composure hnd to attain when he is in 1wUflent danger of colliding with methiu5 pink the very next time kg SCSI aund a corner. His illub its concerning tho sanctity of te tarus. gathered and fosterIrat te Univesity ar rue TY COES TO CAMPUS ly Shattered, and he finds no cor fort at the hands of his thum because his chum has reconciled himself to the existing state of affairs and procured for himself a Ho wever, to look on the brighter side, we find that there are many who are heartily in favor of tastefully decorating the campus in the above manner. Among these are the summer-school habitue, such as Alec White and Fayreweather Weatherwax, who feel at i home now for the first time in seven months. Others who are delighted with the little fairies in our home are the pressing dlub magnates, Judge Bowern, and J. B. Cracy, and the tile and efficient Mr.Perkins of Weaver's laundry, who predicts a rapid increase in the number of shirts, etc., washed in the future. All in all it would seem that the average student, aitbo wishing to keep up his reputation of being a woman hater, is secretly tickled to death with the new arrivals. It may be added that Heyward Braddock offers to make introductions at the rate of four bits per each'. so you see at least one student values their acquaintance highly. CHOIR PRACTICES Th BE HELD FOR CO-EDS With Jimmie Boyd as choirleader and the male inmates of the mess-hall as hi, accompanists, re.gulari Wednesday evening choirprartiees for the benefit of the new normal school students were started on the mess-hall steps just after supper last Wednesday evening. The young ladies as they came from the mess hail were asked if they would care to learn the florida qgngs and yells. They would lik, to, they said. So Jimmie, as master of ceremonies, made a short speech in which he welcomed them to Florida and presented them with a copy of the "rat" rules. The choir then went through the list of songs from "Orange and Blue" to "We Are the Boys from Old florida." Rousing "Long Gators' and "Three f'l" were given for the "co-edt," who seemed to enjoy the :whole program. Next choir practice w11l be held on Wednesday evening after supper and it is hoped that the new students will join in and be regular loyal Gaters as the old men are. Let's make it a real Sing for old rlorida. ANNUAL SMOKER HELD BY HILLSBORO AND DUVAL CLUBS The annual get-tOgattWC uf rhc Duval and Hiullsbore county clubs was held in the gymnasium last Wednesday night, over fifty miembers of the two organizations attending the lkesta, which trwo to fm proe to b i s~JS George Stanley of the Duvn! dab -S -eeee e'--Presided at the affair, which opVISIT US EVERY DAY "art'y TreTHE LYRIC THEATRE "rat" mentor, of the tWO You Know How We Stand cci All College Matters S x ev en ts were on the evening r -c e o ee o c -S. program which finally after much _______________________ keen competition was won by DNval. The events of the meetwre 500 pound jab; Bore Hog Plunge; C race contest; Shot Put; 10 S P OR T I N G G 0 0 D S After the short sport program Hardwac of TleKind a course of refreshments consistSadaEE USAHKnd ing of ice cream and cakes followSEU ed by smokes was enjoyed by'tbe IO P N nmenbers attending. President THE THOMAS M A Y Stanley then gave a talk in which Phone 22 4 he outlined the principles of the W S'SD FSU R annual smoker and complimented W T DE F UA E* thc members for the fine turn-out and the splendid cooperation shown by the two organizations. Various -members of the two county club were then called upon for improm-I ft speeches and arrangements made for the entertainment of the Hillsboro and Duval visitors at the GAINESVIL LE FIURNITIURE COMPANY state track meet. FAIR ENOUGH Custoner-"i, your and hard ?" Waitress-" Hard, glasses would make a you lay down in the r to pull the asaphalt a eider good wI,, tWO fellow Ik&6 oad and try iv,? him." Advertise in The Allitator. -eec-c-a-cJ. S. BODIFORD and COMPANY $ Druggists : Phone 32 A 0-** acne* Victrolas and Records D. K. Cof, Prcprletcr TELEPHONE 84 ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH E. MAIN STREET, NORTH Reverend John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector TELEPHONE 629 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES SUNDAYS-1O:3O A. M. and 7:46 P. M. 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and FURNISHING GOODS II Cn'dtafly trite. you to niest with them every Sunday at Preaching at. Minion StudyM at Epworth League S K II A. and 7:30 P.4. .P.M. ..6:30 Pi. Hnnn~r can be had at TE. PLOWIDA ALL1 ATO* I I NINTD ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL TRACK uuuTr CLOSED SATURDAY *(Continue front Page Four) t, beat, being liade by tip tealUZ*I GaInesville High with fl points I annexedthe honor of ,tinnink the Ai first Novice Meet. They far oute"ase their opponent., .d to show the speed tle' i-' aSd White displayed. Bishop. f Galnville was high point "W 9r ~ with 11 points, and acquired fl small reputation for himnilf. Lauderdale took secozfd plaa SuBmmary of events: Clod;Bell, Palat~s ek Ne Smyrna. Time, 10.9 seconds. Eile run-Gerard, Gainesville; I Das, GaInesvIlle; Kinsey, Vt. lauderdale. Time, 5 win., 11 sec. Blgb Hurdles-Kitchen, Brooksvile; Jeffery, Ft. Lauderdale; Rkckard, Ft. Lauderdale Time. 19.4 seconds. 440-Yard Dash-Smith, Ike, turg; White, Ft. -Lauderdale; Bryan. Fort Lauderdale. Time 56.4 seconds. Shot PNt-Ludwig, Guinesrulk; Dinkins, Dunellon; Vandegrift, Dluva!. Distance, 39 feet, 5 4 inches. fll-Yard Dash-Adams, Leesburg; Jeffery, Fort Lauderdale; Beck, New Smyrna. Time, 25.5 seconds. Sp0-Yard Dash--Decknian, Du) wb1 Gerard, Gainifie, Gibbons, .Vrbrt Pieret. lime, 2 minutes. 21.9 tNeds. 220 Low Hurdles-tooper Dluval; Joffory, Fort Lauderdale; Bishop. Gainesville. Time, 31.2 Discus Throw-bishop, Gaines 'lie; Vandegrift, Daval; Ellarbe -Dural: Distance, 99 feet, 3 inches. Pole Vault-Long, Gainesville; Clark, Fort Lauderdale; Driggers. L.eesburg. Height, 10 feet. Broad Jump-BelI, Palatka; Beck, New Smyrna; Jarrett, Palatka. Distance, 18 feet. 9 1-2 iches. High .Jump-Bishop Gainesville; Long, Gainesville; Brown, Leesburg. Height, 5 feet, 3 inches. MO0-Reay--Leesburg Gainesville. Time, 1 min. 43.3 sec. minutes, 9.6 seconds. One mile relay-ainesville, Ft. Lauderdale. Time 4 mmn. 9 q-io 'ec. Medley R e I a y-Gainesville. (Against Time.) Time, 2 inirutes. eo.5 second. Standing of schools accordLog to points: Gannsville, 4S; Foft LasI FLA. UT. BOYS-. This is Your Store-Y ou r e Welcome here when in Tampa-When you need Clothes we'll be glad to serve you. WOP'BRR OT HE R S MASQUKEADERS PERFORM SATURDAY EVE.NINC (Continued from Page ('r.e) Y ANNOIUCS iTs PLANS FOR TE SPRING tERM (Qoutinued kroa Page Oncj of material In the library, the fluiher who. wild -be admitted to th course i. limited to forty. The course w#l consist oletrs rnadiagsafnd personal interviews. Two Jecturqe will be given each week. for the remainder of the term at periods to be mutually agrned upon by thoee who sign for the course. Mr. Woodley will be in Dean Norman's office on Monday from ten unttl one, and from five until six to talk with an? young men from the Junior and Sewuer Classes who may be in'ter-es td FIRST EDITION OF THE SWAMP ANGEL OFF THE PRESS and most of the material was contributed by members of the student body. WBII'sm Parmenter andH.M.hBradock are the winlerdale, 20: Leesburg, 18; Duval, 15; Putnam, 9; bunellon, 3; Sc Cloud. 5; New Snmyrnr. '; PBrooksvlle, 5; Fort Pierce, I 6' .*. ..+ n:4me for the dramatic coach of the M asqueradern. Edgar Jones played the double role of Bob Livngto nd i the dream as a young Greek servant in the army of the Qien of I gypt. RObert Pierce plays the ipart of Sarrnnne Gordon, whose hand Liv*ingston seeks, and in the dream is the Queen of Egypt, Rh',kotis I. Francis Parker and Beae, I azard also appeared in double roies, the former in the modern phase as Claire Win~dslow and the latter as Mary Holden at a ball given ,y Hal Morgan. In the dream thiev are ladies in waiting to the queen. Hal Morgan is played by IPhiI Conmoy, w ho in Lhe daai High Priest of Isis. George Bay., Robcit Harris, and James Brunmby handle roles in both the rio!ern and the dream phase. Jimmie Melton pings some exce!!ent solos, and Jimmie Clarke does comne oxeertional danlee' Other members ai ho help L d ry out the well rounded eas are Winthrop Robinson, Otis Green. Donald Baird, Pete Harris, Henry Cash, Preston Bishop. Robedt McChire, Stewart Pomieroy, Eugene Foy. Hrold HIauscr Rolt C 6hne, Irvin Williams Earl Futch. publication. The Staff of :he Swamp Anige. is as follows: Executive Esard: Glover Miller, Editor-.n-Chef, Richard Sias, Busines: Managei, Philip Conroy, Literary Editor; Jaames Atkinson, Art Editor; Osnonde Bhe, Circulation Manager Roe"t Nwo'"b Ch'res Oiie tbs Howard Week. aipr, Riddle, Ron ad Hfri, Hubert wjhn amid. pd~uswss.At& Ever *thing Electrical J08. J. SEYKOR A PHONE 107 GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA A itt frant htdroom; aim ta! board. owe tock s .rh e. -a lege I'm Tampa SALE-ARMY SHOES-SALE'We have just bought a treinondoug stock of Army Munson last Shoes to besold to the public SEE MRS. H. I. 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