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ate fcof much Newton spelled fefeat! '
a lucky
lost. Newton -: .,
j i Sewanee_in,the 'first.dual meet got a goods CINDER MEN .FROM ALL '
yjoo Fleming Field, Ark alone art: 'in the board jump and when. OVER STATE WILL. The Gators. chewed the Hatters Florida batsmen started th! i:l. '

'Mang 29 points In the after the sawdust had 'been smoothed .. BE' HERE.The .,-'- up to the tune of 11-5 on Fleming works in their first inning, getting t'

'-.sjaboT, Florida a winning the over: 'the announcer irt an awed Field,. Thursday; apd, gave the three runs through singles bY': ,f

'-t with '2points, while the still; very quiet voise, announced --- weavers of the orange and blue_ Bange and Blake, a pass by Spend, i
; op4nwas '
; working hard 23 feet 4 Inches; smashing Ark' first annual Florida two games to the John B's. one in cer, GHmartin's single and a triple' :
Ji > : to anS3 -
*of" those '. record seven 'inches.: Petteway, Amateur Open Track and Field the series. Gilmartin's stick work from McCIendon. Two more'W ie'r:
__ things that
are** with a crippled foot, showed' hH meet is carded for Fleming :Field was sensational,. this lad collecting added ,in the second, throughRhode's : i

,,0 "jHM any to come out ahead. gameness by placing second and April 21;and houfd {draw a large. a. home, two triples, ,and a singlein boot of Ward's roller, j ;'

highattractions the versatile Tomilson was third. following of cinder athletes from four saunters to the'pan' Little gles by Gray and Bange, Gilmar- ', '1

IJHbsoQ: and Sanders. The fork Case also won the 440,'although all parts of the state. to cOmpetein Whiz Bang also sent the gang into -' tin: and Hitchcock, and a free pass' :f ,
s ; wis': returned whiner in both Ke was pushed hard by Crown, who the big classic The meet will wild applause when he raced to' Blake. In the seventh session1' .

jb io;-and high hurdles, while arrived second with i Gibbons be open to airy qualified amateur behind second and made a won j Blake sent a terrific drive into* t *, : JJ

Sukri was, the best tbe writer' third* After Newton ,- had won within the state ands will'. fill a derful' stop and throw of Dusty left field for the second home I

- '-Ce n in many: moons with thejtMh'n. this event with ease, just for fun, long felt want towards the development Rhodes line drive In the fifth. run ,of the Stetson series. In tlTe ,-"'* \ .'j
!re. tried five feet, six inches and of the ar'spring .
(throw chunking the old I popu Roach, a former Florida man, eighth stanza two more Gators i _
to went over with three inches to sport. In addition' ofthe Florida checked in the "
"**- at registry depot
t tfir.164 feet, 9.5 inches" Pentathlon was the cream of the duck, soup
spare. Sewanee .took the second : championship 'a event of'thd.
on safety I :
|% start the ball rolling 'New- for the green and white he with
4.& and third places King ran away billed as"the southern. 'championships afternoon, Hitchcock's !
clever 'sac- ,: ;:
fit iteams down the hundred inmost : the aforesaid Dusty doing most ,or -
from Hoerper in the two-mile run i ; and already endorsed as lifie hit and
e approved style, with his; the stuff for Stetson. successive bingles by i .V
and< had no trouble winning that Sanders President of J.:t
_-= second and such by, Dr. McClendon. and Owens. #
mate, Petteway, .
event.. Sanders won the discus the S. J, C. conference, wilt be a The old defense was very muchin ;: I 4
'!lil 6on of Sewanee third. Next throw: with, a heave ,of 125 feet side''feature.' evidence only-two mi&cues being After Stetson's initial score, they : J:

oc its program was the mile run. 11 12 inches, while: 'Newton and J charged to the Gators and on .were only able to get one mamas i Ir.

Mi fur own O'Neil strutted Miller were next in,order,sTomli Invitations' have been sent to the offence 'Oh Boy' how they did, fat ',as third base and only two!..' r lto t

MIl the oval and breasted the son won the low hurdles and..Connell every college, Y. M.' C. A, : and hit the old apple and make rabbits the second pillow during, ,the 'i Yt
..feof trrl.way in front 'of his nearest ,' remaining eight innings. The two' ;{
and Harris came second and athletic organization throughout out of the Stetson outfielders, .
MM Hoerner, who finished secondifctc hits which Stetson madewere. both, :. r '#:
third. ,*yfSummary ** ? the state,slid it is expected that those 'boys did not, figure; on par* )
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I gave- out on _. i :' -*. tt"-a!--' of'' them will'-'respond and ticipating in'a track'mcet'twfc before -** : Dingles,'knocked o\Jt. by Lambert ;; I
-- 3 iMP. :r i many and Hooper. On the tatter's hit;. l I
: 't'ette.' different the last bell they probably '
100 Yard Dash' '-Newtort, place representatives in theN Tang '
- lethe; 220, Lawrence Case, the which sailed .straight over thlrft, :t _.
.. way, Florida;' Tomilson, Sewanee. event. The meet. is also changed.their minds. ".
d k horse of the event, came in Spencer ,Blake and McCIendon let ;
'!l.. 1 f while Harris and Gibbons of l It Time 10:7. .opeiyto any 'unattached: individual Summary R. H, .E.; it drop: between them when it J !

?Sew iee 'finished In second and 1 J.fi1e-Co, Florida; Homer, the:only requirement beinjr that Florida ...__"..._ .._....?......11 10 2' looked -as though either one ',of !" '

-ft' tlari, respectively. Although the Sewannee; King' Florida... Time all ,contestants must be- strictly Stetson ,_,._.__.:__________.. 5 42 them, could hare roped it in quite : .-+'
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1 t: vad,threatened to put ,a, stop to amateurs !. Batteries:. Florida, Newton and easily. j'
Freshman 00 ,Dash-- .. i
ei } Yard Ward Smith Moritz. s 1'1
Hurdling by heavy application ;> Stetson, ani 1 p,
,of elwwing gum this calamity was Bitch. Florida Nash Sewanee;_ The irieet'WUI be jointly indors: Umpire: JBarchan., The fe ture'l.. the game. was :
isd. averted and Tomilson won byiaehes Bishop, Florida. Time 104.? ed by 'DrJ;.,Manchester; acting Director _Gray's,pitching. The,Gator twirler ; M

'from Shorty Connell, while -220'Yard DasnA-Case Tiorida; ot.4thletics and Captain Atkinson In the second Hatters game, Friday: afternoon sent' seven ;Hatters back //to the ::t ;

Harris finished third. Ark's initial Harris ( Sewanee; Gibbons, ,'Gator track coach. It is the the took th*- !small bench by the one,-two, three road :

10'r 4rtiin' pole vaulting found him Sewanee,::; Time 236. present plan to makdthe meet an ,end of a 10.1 score and proved any ,and allowed only two passes to i ':

t., at th?. top with ten feet to his Freshman 1 Mile-Gilroy, Florida annual affair to be held at Flem. easy victim' Henry Graf' Gator .:first. His control was perfect, and "

pedit while ,Benton and Harris Williams, Sewanee; Adamo. ing Field, because of its logical pitching" ace, held the, yifcitoj-s to he mixed with this a world of : '

: almost did as well and took sec- Florida Time 4.575, location and the fact that at the only two 'hits with hi* puzzling: good stuff which resulted in light > ,

l' ;0Rd third with ease. Shot putting High Hurdles-: Tomlinson, Se present time the University list .: benders, showing-splendtj form all taps straight into the waiting '
wanee Connell, Florida; Harris, through the- nine i innings. Tae : A )
1! give the Sewanee crew eight ; then.only quarter-mile cinder oval mitts. of the Gators field. ,
the t 1sftcled I Sewanee. Time 172. state.The Gators scores: were < scattered : .
points when Sanders heaved in the Marcovitz; the Hatter pitcher,,
Pole Vault Newton, FlorldaiBurton I i i I. the
throughout good
f apple 39 feet 4 3-4 inches thirteen safeties, including:, ;
:s; ,and Millard was second, while the I Sewanee, ; Harris Sewannee. athletic authorities at the excellent team work! ombin gave three-bagger and home run._

are;; using his fork side came in Height 10 feet. I .' University feel that the .time js j '. ing to swamp the .Stetson team one

third with a :rush. In the "880, Shot Put--Sanders, Sewanee; ripe for'such a meet;and have been entirely The visitors lone tally The box-seemed to be Sletson's -
% 1 Miller, SewaneeNewton,:tog. the of ,weak in both of the' two
{, Cox Dicky and Bradley finishedin working perfection came in they first stanza when a r spot, .
that order and Cox loafed* Distance 39 4 34.Continued it for' over ,two. 'y(>ars. Florida, ; wild pitch over first with the bases c games, and parts of the, infield i

till the last stretch when he and I ( on, page 8)"RATS" because : of climatic conditions full allowed Grim to ramble alcross and outfield also gave evidence -

". should surpass ,all other states of the plate. (Continued on page 8) 1 1I
the United States in the develop I
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r RATS WINFROMJUNIORSAND SOPHS ment of track stars. California f -- : iI

1'1, with far less Advantages than the :RATS COME OUT IN SMALL END OF : t

GAME FROM SENIORS MONDAY track stars of Florida enjoy has t 1

;: TAKE produced some of the greatest run SERIES OF BASEBALL GAMES ON TRIM

i __ ___u, ___'_ .. ------- ners and field performers of all I I

t J The exaggerated houses other- SCHEDULE times. and it is with this end in : .
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\*ise known as the Rats trimmed view.that the coming' ,meet has Who ,the Gods would destroy i j #.a!

r4 I 4'-thc: juniors 7-2 in the opening MEET been. inaugurated. 1 SWIMMING TEAM TOCLASHWITHM they first make great, certainly'I I

f!i }' ;game of the#interclass baseball se-, DUAL TRACK applies to oar nits for after mak","

!'. r.r ties ,Monday'on Treshman Field. The track at Fleming, Field is ing a wonderful showing in football *\ I!

r I. ;derman whiffed 15 Junior i in the best shape of any time and basketball their baseball'I

, l .'1 adyas largely to blame for the The University of Florida is since its construction and should team lost three straight ,'to. St.': P '

.; : Juniors' downfall. again coming into prominence as rival any cinder oval in the south, Another swimming meat has Augustine and were also'defeated ;,
! t. R. H. E. shown by the fact that the University scheduled once by Lake City before u i.
assuring the setting of come been with Florida.
,' ,Rats . .7 8 7 of Kentucky has signed with up woke up and got in high, figuratively -
> waIors 5 track meetto fast records in the coming meet. This time the Jacksonville LifeSavers speaking.. *
... ... ,3' y the Gator "Rats" for a -
; '\ ,the Batteries-Rats: Plocker- be held on May 5th. Due to the Many entries have already been the Jacksonville City /, To dwell on the derail would be

.f nand Connor. Juniors Emmet enormous expense attached to such received and it is expected that Team, and the ,University of Florida too painful, but a combination "of

*. Farrior. .. an undertaking, the freshmen cinder more will trickle in before the will clash in a triangular meet I' hard luck and poor pitching accounted .
In"\he to next Saturday at Freezer's, pond. for the four defeats. In the
will not journey 4ip i.
second: of the inter-. men closing of the entry list. Georgia.
This is conflicting' certain ex- '
and neither will the Tallahassee game the freshmen iiW.
games the lowly Sophs de- Kentucky, 1
'' Tech and Center College have'entered tent with the'Open Amateur Track with they
their stride and wiped
Fated the lordly Seniors 11.5: inflame Kentucky athletes come to Gaines up
the and Meet to be held also on the same *
-f that was featured by ex- ville. The explanation is simple men in pantathlon Capital City's representatives ,
f Iknt pitching, on both sides and enough. The event will be run off the present: indications are that day but this conflict is unavoidable befuade both games. Hard hitting and e'! A
Stanley's hitting for the Seniors. here by the freshmen, and the ,four or more colleges of ,the with as: no these other tdm date. It is hoped anent pitching proved endgames too nitre he-
for the Rats' opponents
: By their victory over the Seniorsthe will run off their will be l
Kentuckians will (Continued on page 5) that possible were featured by: the &ff.
for Sophs rate' playing the Rats events up there' and result. out to'witness.this affair, as it will sense of errors on the.part of-the; '
interclass championship # interestingand -
}{ compared. undoubtedly prove very freshmen. '
onday. 1 It. usually"happens r.
and -
dual track exciting. ; '
the first-
:This is ii' being.manlferl.
SUD Much interest
tt nary: R. H. E. ; that there are some who do not gd a'\.
Sel ort, .."! .:-... ....... 5 7- 7 field meet ever staged ,at'the Uni ed in this meeting and it is-eer. 'to- the track meets. for various Is, there anything that- mak rJl e,;", ,;:.:-

ha ".... ...... .....11 6" .5: ". vtfrsity by;freshmen, ,and from the'wonderful jreasons. Now to tliescs few ;who. you madder than_ to have;:sotner" '" -
this'r..FJOI'i" tain that tie student-tody.will turnout ": wlioof are tallduZ2: U
,Batteries.. material available don't go to the track meeu-let-s': person to yea
T a ep, >Sopas;, : Penn: Thompson' Davis,, ? .T should' come out athe .' ". .', to ,witness 1 the affair:,100-* -.,pet. :I :i g out',ndae.,. !.,real honest to ':to be constantly laying' .. ,"I.-.* 'thatr <'
Sauls., ,( V'longend of the horn. : cent' strong goodneg swimming meet.. 80. : = .

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I Ponce Leon went"inl / AMBITION
I such as de ,
II *,*.t4'tttttftf4i4tttftt + # # # # !Irs. CamiHus C. Glass l Of
her sea'rch mythical fountain. -- .
marriage of of a
the :
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'Lf f daughter eternal youth. ,Of ,all the arts or science*

.: lii ri'.: ALUMNUmWS Lillian Yetiveto Later there began a prolonged.. ,' I'd rather be a poet; ':
:.. ., ;, Ii1'M medicinal To play the game of life *
: of plants for put.poses
: I :. : study
.. P ftl .w- ': t J B. IV. AMES: 'r ..' 4 Mr. Robert Hart Stringfellow 10th and in time practically ever'leaf And :win before, you fa vI'd
evening April
; t ; .. ;. s. ; .' .. *i, Tuesday sub
and twenty: root, "bark, 'etc. was
t '" i!'I ............;'... ....ow....: ...... .."'.-.. ..... ....... .. -"- ...... "P..... "P.... "P..... l444t44t. ........... ....6... ;:"' .66.a... ""r ,..... .. .Nineteen three hundred Palatka, Fla. jected, to various processes of ex- write Earth some verse to Zw" ,

f,t: '1 p;1 ; Bight: .at this time when the the Tampa Board of Trade. The above announcement, which traction and distillation and the ,And ,some to Sister Man: h:
comes as a surprise to many, is tried as a drug. Very -Or dream about the
.. tai J' State Legislature is in sessiaon, it product Um
; \ will :be of interest to note howj-j The" following is a reprint from being received with cordial interest few plants remain which have'_not And eulogise the stars

: III" Iil':j : many c-f legislators are Florida \ the Tampa Tribune regarding the by the numerous,friends of the been ro tested. "

a men. Indeed this might well engagement of Frank L. Holland, popular. young couple. The wed- At the present time most of our I'd sing a song "to all i

3 ( tl betaken as another indication oft Class of'17,,to Miss Dorothy Bur- ding took place, last evening at the 'new$drugs come from the laboratory And the fragrance Of the ...,

f t'J 1 the growth of tlfe University, and right of Bartow, which will be of home of the bride's cousin, Mrs. of 'the synthetic organic era;

". ; t judged as ouch,. we are glad to interest to his many friends among Willie Metcalf in aPl&tka. chemist, who builds up products # To the breezes ia the tlte

state that there are twelve Tri the alumni. Mrs. Stringfellow is the second unknown in .nature. As an example And.the: misty April) tl \'.

' fl't swine in the present assembly. Bartow, March 24.-.Mr. and daughter of Mrs. Glass, and Is a ,we may mention A new "

; Some ,are alumni, others are former Mrs. D. W. Burright of Bartow charming and attractive young drug which may prove useful to To the verdure of the 3P?
in this city ;
i students; we claim them all as announce the engagement of their woman being reared physicians. It is called Novalgin I' pen a verse or two;

f Jr '" ;' Florida men. In a wider sense, daughter, Dorothy Ann, to Mr. where she has endeared herself to but to a pharmaceutical chemistit To: the bleakness of Decd ,

i" i we claim every man in the legislature Frang L. Holland, of Lake Wales, all our people, and is also popularwith the would best be known by its And.the "good old:summer c.

I !- !i for they are all working Fla. The date for the wedding has many friends throughout chemical name, which is. sodium- .
'- + i f, for the good of our fair state, not been announced< state. She-1s a talented young phenyldimjethjfoninopyreozalensuhIphenate. I'd seek the Muse most .aIn

{ f ,:' : f.. which likewise is th\ aim and pur*- Miss Burright, the bride to be, woman and over a year has held not ; every wood and
Such names are stress
I 1: t j. of this University. is the eldest daughter of Mr. andMrs. an efficient position in the city
3 1' pose : given to cpnfnse the uninitiated, O'er all the seas and xnv
The following are .the members D. W. Burrright, one of the offices where officials regret to On brilliant
but are used to accurately indi- wings of dar;;
I of the Legislature who are alumni leading families of Polk county. park with her'ervices.. 1
cate the nature of chemical
'I 'L students of the University Bartow Mr. ringellow iq the eldest
or former She was brought to by
'j that it be distinguished And last but act least
d fe
of Mr.. and Mr Thornton B. compound, so may
son ?
: L. D. Edge, who was a Law her parents, at a verynd age from the thousands of I'd sing of wondrous mnof
student here in 1913-14, is speak and the of theyears Stringfellow.He is a graduateof
i if: t ? with exception related substances. The pharmacist all his love and tocsin,
$ li i er of the House, Fred Hocker, '12, I spent in college, has practically the University of Florida, a' ,
Since human life
of the immediate future, in began,
1'' r F' cf Ocala; Tom, Bryant '12, of I spent ill of her life here, member of the Kappa Alpha fraternity .' '
r E order to be properly qualified tor W. J. W.
bus .
i f Lakeland; S. Wyche Getzen, '20; : where she has Seen a leader in and a splendid young

S f "Wallace Tervin, '17, of Braden- social activities of her set, be- iness man, holding a position as practicer profesrion must havea .
much better training in. chemistry air L. B. Hdley of Str.11 tat
r civil engineer wtih the gorerv ,
1 ; town; W. B. Bishop, 13, of Mon- cause of her beauty and charming .
""" than was. required of his recently invested heavily fali :
'ticello in' Natchez, Miss. .
1 men
I ; E. Paul Gregory, 10, J. E. personality. I .
j I''; Stokes, '16; D. N* Cone, of White The prospective groom is a native Mr. Stringfellow and hU bride forenfrinm. ley.::.and., Co., preferred stock<

4 Springs; Hugh Hale, '15 'ofF of Bartow, the son of Mr. and left for a wedding trip down the -- -. -.. ,

> F I Brook rville. H. H. ;Wells. of Mrs. B. F. Holland, one of the East Coast and: in Jacksonville, "

f f-l! Chipley; and C. C. Epperson '11, distinguished pioneer' families of and are .expected to return to : _
': .of Williston. this section of the state. He is Gainesville,Sunday or Monday and Popular. Goods at Popular Prices at

: Added, to the above, two of the a graduate of the University cf will be here all'of next wee*, many j. "

s representatives have sons attend- Florida and a post graduate of delightful social courtesies having BlPKfllM'S .

c ing' the University at present. some of the leading schools of been arranged in compliment to I ,"

'These are J., A. Taylor and J. .T. agronomy in the, country, ,as a Mrs. Stringfellory j!
Friends in this city will extend .. ,
thetfdge, of Seebring.) result qf which he is in the service -
the couple hearty congratulations .
of Mammoth aro'ves, one of young f
.: ; v. :We are in receipt of a letter the largest citrus-developaneztte of and best wishes.

ii from Arthur C. Mason Class of the state; with headquarters at '
I I '15, formerly of Orlando but now Lake Wales. WHERE OUR DRUGS COME UNIVERSITY MEN : '.

.. .living in California. We are sorry FROM ... f

J ; -, to lose "Art" from Florida, Among our host of friends here .: ", . .. .
1 '' but hie change is in the nature for the High School Track Meet By Dr. W 1iam' J. Hussa, professor .. '

,-of a promotion and we extend we were glad to welcome many of fo Pharmacy, University of Demand Value and style <{ : F

congratulations. The letter is 'as the alumni and former students. Florida. ,
follows Looking back: as far as we can Society Brand Clothes -;
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z The editor has tried to find out #
I Alumni into the mist of the past, we find -- ,
ii Secretary : ... the names of as many of them ,aspocible .Hanan Shoes Manhattan Shirts, Knox Hals .
I Dear Sir; but that .is a job for a that from ,the earliest times peo-* ;. : .. .

S J .. : ,Kindly note my change of address young army, so we ask to be par pie have sought means of combat- Are featured lines in the Gfddens Store. "

V.. as given aboye. I enjoy re- doned if this list is far from com- ting the diseases of mankind. .f., *- """ \ -.,
: c "cdving the Alligator and reading ., plete. Among those here were Some drugs were: known to the Mailorders a Spety.| : '

ii i I .'if what is doing around the Uni R. L. Goulding of New Smyrna. ancients,,and many were in use in ::'l* ., , ,! ,'. :*? .:.Iii=

,versity, as wen as about the Al- XL M.,Sealy of Tallahassee, G. C. Biblical times. The first public. -" .iJt -.
: + .im nL Have pharmacy to be erected,'i& believed : .
t recently been transferred Roberts of Largo, C. W.' "Pos- .5' .
from Florida to California. iun" Long of Trenton, G.,Baliard to be that of Al-Mansur the :'

1 ,' C 1 Still in the employ of the U.. S. Simmons of Panama City, H. L. Arabian, in,the year of 745 A. D. ,," -. ,.$......

E department: of Agriculture and engaged ToJbert of Tampa, P. L. Peadenof After Chemistry.was introduced into --

::41J in work on citrus. insects Williston, H. C. Johnson of Spain by the Meers, about the .. "
= ; in thin state. 1150, pharmacy developed .
4 Alachua year .
R. L. Hamon of Lees- :'
E '.', :wIth very best wishes, I remain'Yours burg, Harry E. Wood of Eyinston, here rapidly. In 1250 a pharma-, .' .. .j

;r p i : :' very ptruy, and J. B. Walker of High Springs cepeoia and list of drags was published 1# ""l

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We are .reprinting an item from .. :- .. .
March 17 slowly developing other methodsof :; '
1923.- .
} the Gainesville News regardingthe TAMPA, FLORIDA !
curing diseases were also tried.
marriage of Hart Stringfellowand ".
.'I) } 'j ."16. W. D. Wilson, Principal The alchemist sought the philoso !' '
Miss Lillian Glass which will
I j of the Fort Meyers Schools, is I pher's stone,.which' would give everlasting ,
be their
of interest to many'friends ,
:1 t reading law now and plans to attend life and would convert .
alumni and
:, i the Harvard Law school next among the base metals into g old. Travelers ;e. *-
former students of University.Hart .
S year. After taking some of hiss '
graduated from the Collegeof ', "
f l )v. courses there he
s expects to ,
Engineering in the Class of 20.I -
I return to Florida for his last year. Glass :n E-m..Zi'R.rrfn.
: Stringfellow- .

I .': '17. B. K. Pancoast, of St. Petersburg -, I. :.
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has resigned his position i -- -- -----, MEET MEATMILLER'S

with Armour and Co., and is selling ,, !: J .
9 t. S : Candy Bridge stock., I I Sanitary Cleaning & I J '

f "" j Pressing Club 'I M : : 'l
i ';.: The rumor has reached us that t 1(t

S '.sari Hauck, '20, is to be married, |t' Opposite Star Garage a I

'vsoon, but: cant learn when or whom j I .. '

l ;. .'?erhap-' some of the alumni can"give 1 t LET US CLEAN 'EM { : !

Base a us this information if Carl t. .- ,. We Are At Your Service JJI
tt r do it"himself j :
/won't ,
4 .vi, 1 j 1 1t.i. |t' Dyeing and Pressing Also j I No Place Like Home and Miller's t

05. T. M. Shackelford', Jr., has I Phone 675. I 0

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c ATROCITIES more In the ma ng'of iron and steel, 1 I the Commerce' ef the great economics are effected in the business. men in general are {; J i

1r page Mr* Riddlel power is required than in. world, because of the economicsand making of paper. hot as efficient as they might* >,
-,- other singly fndustry. mproved products which are The use of electric heating apparatus be is the fact that they invariably ..

'with awful t In 19M there was installed in possible by the use of electric in industrial-processes is think of profits first with quail'
: an
"T": 'motive man the other, day.. :,.this industry 2,900,000 hp. of power. one of the big problems of the and service taking the secondary t :
The .. fututre, and it be conservatively position .
which advantages electric may
_the.,second green, I let' him 550,000 hp. or 18.4: percent power ;
are specific and definite in each estimated that the processes 4Jf met are doing: work worth "
{haad. At. the fourth, he was electric motors.In ,
+ 2rnt around my waist At.'Beath 1914 the industry.The within the next twenty years. in. their effort, the things they :o t 1'
": he kissed me At,the, stalled horsepower in- sugar mills of Cuba are today developing apparatus for this! purpose require*all of their bran power ; ,
was 4,060,000 of which 'l.. using approxiately 650,000 hp. will be as great _as the accomplishments 'and initiative and tbnkins about :; :1 =
IS drove out of bounds
ktl he 490,000 hp. or 36.7'percent was of which about 30 .. in illumination and will seiiouslyjm- t .
iJthe woods. I ,offered to helplook electric' motors.In per tent already money and profit .: :
= z ; electrified on account of the power in the past. pair their efficiency and ability : ;\
F I to
Ought ?
s! -i 1919 the total horsepower installed advantages peculiar their con- to succeed." ,>....-.. !. '::1
was l... LB,630,000 which 2- ditions. SUCCESS 5. One thing ibat this world: r'i I i -
I t -is"'" 811,000 hp. or 5 percent was elec, The textile mills of Japan and r lacks is faith. We haven't 'half r \1 '

,3 r, $Impson this correct'lI tric motors.I' China, as well as the mining operations By C. .E. Brisbane, Engineering enough of it. Moat people are'always -. f' '
I h, what you know bout This ,
industry is typical and of the world are rapidly Division: Chicago Office Westinghouse saying, "I can't' when they 1. j ;'
i" ..,w shows the extent to. which the ...., being electrified each because. of Electric and Manufacturing. should be saying, "I will, and "I r i !

";a't I worked" in a, caternarylife manufacturers of this country are the economic necessities of the Company. won't _stop trying until I have. .; L ';; .
""J;; ? 4. adopting this modern form of power partiular industry.The 1. No man should believe that 6. Fear is a great disease which i -

) : .- and the great part it is plug research and designing en- the work he is,doing is 'being done undermines the initiative and am
OUR converting the natural resour- gineers are rapidly accomplishingthe in the best possible way. Nothingis bitlon of man. Most men are entirely '
} -ipq ces of a country into finished products successful application of electrical so perfect that it cannot be irap too confident of their ability
': .pou're.feeling; kind of lazy for 'the use of mankind. machinery to those processes roved upon. The man who does to fail. If they are as confident .o> r't:

yoa wish the time would pass, In the mining and treating of as yet unelectrified, the great ad. things a little better is the one success, they would surely succeed; 4

|,Aid" the. bumblebees are buzz ores; the mining of coal, the con .yances made in the "appartatus who succeeds. 7. Cooperation in ")fan and '

j$-ang In your ear, version of forests into finished pro of controlling the actions of'the 2. Haste is the seed of discouragement Brain Power" grows keener day 5 i

jpi you yawn and stretch your ducts, electricity has played an important motor now, making possible many and those -who-has by day. Therefore, if you would. .1. :
I _4, and fall asleep in class-- part, and there cans be : applications heretofore accomplished ten are laughing at ''efficiency 1 attain the laurels of success, be ti

;; '. icg; fs, heret no doubt but that the extent with by other means-a notable example which will surely result in discouragement aggressive, fear nothing, have'confide a

which this great agency is used being the sectional motor: nee in 'yourself, know what } ,-

. t fi. ou feel an inward' : craving will affect the relative position of drive or paper machines by which i 3. Oneof the reason: why Amer-. _I your. competitor is doing l'i -
: for that girl you met last -
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"ftl 1 ::A summer sort of, qudgy feeling that's. :...... .............;;;;;;;;. -...;;.....;;;..... .-... .. ...., .1'
*3 most queer; ? 1
'W.J| realize that every week \ t.
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, begin. to count the days until I .f ; '. ':.:.- .. r-l.' -\' ;.-, ;' : :!:, .

',I ;mhe regret finals the will hours be over of laziness : : : r >;-4t' : ': : : ,
t'lad .o. :
I' .. joov'e spent; 1" 'l' ;.J : .

i! I .nall you're at no once longer they're in the on clover you, FELLO\\TS. ,: : : e .. l

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II!I t fBE, ELECTRIFICATION t ; . .._ .. ,;
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generation seen .
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Lk begin ing'of the commercial. ,.:.- ".,, -.t"\ ; '. .. .. a t '" 'r" .." I
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UTe electric motor and in -- .
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4ttt relatively short'time; so much J.<. < ... -: < v#'; '
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.: the 'T'e Florida: Alligatorthe.publication '. :' : r_
|p cress has, been made by .i: : T '. :

:| lpfie rs of many nations in. the ', 1: > of the' University :. ;. 1-
perfection of apparatus for the : ; ,. .
Jfeaeration, transmission. and utiH* t, t; ; ,.of Florida YOUR P-aper.-. :. '""-h !"
that from awry e t' : : ,! :. ';::; 'f! -
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;).tPW form of power i nail indus- .l I "" : :: should, without y r

J. 'J}fn Although and in the all'groWth countries.of. the electrification j :.:, .. .It$ .... {;,. of its advertisers.... They want'"J.' \ e; \.-'; .;' -:i: rt I

has been '

;jrapd and continuous of industry in the past, ., ; : ;:' :'::;, 'I ;'; your trade and are good, reliable ; '-r .-. :> \ I

the re is every rearon to believe -' '' firms to do business with. Jr. .; :
tlst ,the ,future will bring. even :< .t.e 0 .j-: .o- : ;; e -.t;

ter opportunities for those .: t '{ '_ # They are backers, of the University .. _. ":. I'$ <' '.
l ted with the many "
or the electrical industry and for :" ; :; and its activities. ; : : .. .. f ..4
those in other industries who will i t S I t -

Rye. advantage of the develop- i.They'are making ,possible this ,
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: :The public at large usually has : :: .paper your :
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t A '::4; Give it to them. .f ..
f s in,, 'the electrical art except .. ., ness. ,. : : t
t*!Ke; : it directly touches the daily t' i rt

jlife; rf the individual, .as in trans
i!portstion,.'lighting, electric domes- Tell them you appreciate their .e

&c! appliances, and more reently t .
\,i ;'&e d dwejoproeari the radio &<$!&', ::- ':.... ? ,:::. '. .:.. ., ad in the Alligator. ,. 'i. .. ''' ,. t' :!
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\*e:wonderful advances in the' apl1kation ; .t"I :$ -' \ .., 4J'1. ,.,_:'. ..: .: ': '' -:. '

elctricity to industry t ;.'--'.- :. *' a ;.:. .;.; .; ;. .I ;' -,
*ht the effects our econo- it.
r e;. upon .' '
i l'rnt fefe are equally as great. L' <" -- .: < ?
\though' on! indirectly seen. f .. : :. .> _.- ,
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-4 :once held full the indn*, + __ "'.' p ," ,, ... >,0' ';.. : J :< : "-.

--t the United. States, there : o' ; : .Advertisers .' -. ; :, !:
1.e PatronizeAlligator
\ now,being furnished by th.el* ,. .... ". <' .., .-,-, .";.:'4 ". I.. tt

E' !motor 'approximately 65 per ;, .-,, l\ .. . ,-' ._:.'r..'. < ..... 3.:
at'pf Tiha '
power- used. ? ; .
!ode. a great growth when It is I : '.. > : .; t'q::
tt" +ken{iinto consideration. it .bas ... ',: ,_ ':':: :; .;. 4":_ .. '. _.. "w-i ..# .,.t# "!. '-iUt.;. I ...lh.. .U c& ilki:::: ..J'05, 'O< :,- .1-JIiif :"> *: A .i. t".
ia.iaost aU: been: ,accomplisliej s nee -." ":-", ,,, ""' 4II "" .4 "' 4 4III '- :. -
_tee beginning,of; Uxe "present .ceniand.aDterpreaept .. :: Im. tt I.
t; rate f in. : .
erehae within the .next five' 'vatsprozlmately c. '. ..' .. < _"' F '. "t

'Paver 75 pent of .the ., ._.. .. ': < ....;. : .. __ :;" ::: ...t : I.
used. by the Jdwtrie jofcoafttry <: '-} 9_ _.. .. ;>.._ _". ".la.... .... (... +' q -. -- ..4"I; ;:.u. --.M-; or --

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THE FLORID ALLIGATOR ....... >++++.++++*MJnvitetCpllege *** +++++++++++++

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yEDVered as second class mailer, September 29, 1912, at the Post- '. I :' -, '5:

V t office:at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of March 3, 1879. .. -.. J

; -;FREDERIC H.' LANGWORTHY- -___._.,_ -.Editor-in-Chief : :,, : .. -II ,..... ..

-c : KENNETH K. HANSENROBERT' ._____--.-.___--._-Associate Editor We' :: 'Men to See and! Try'On Our i"

i WRAY ..____-. -.Managing Editor : *. "* .
HUBERT WEEKS .____:._-.:_____....Assistant. Managing Editor -... -. r *- ". !

r :' I :' eBARLETON D. KEENE- _.:.:...._.:.:_..__.__.___Asst. l Mgr. Editor : ": EDERHEIMER- ,.- ;t .

'; ttUSSELL: KING ______..__"._.- ___.:__._._:_..-.JMakeup" Editor.Society ,. ., >< 0r -

; '{ EDGAR BUSBEE _. .._:_._- _....;_.-____.. Editor STEIN CLOTHES > 7a

f BW. AMES ___.._.__.___Alumni Editor -. a 'f

{ : ;t.1 MURRAY OVERSTREET ___,,, .-;. __.:.._._._...Sport Editor ifi k

R( r "J' p. PARRISH, _._.,.___::-_:_:_::.._. ;._.......Asst. Sport Editor ::' '.: 53Q: 35 $45 I

.J L :,i j.. ,p''. G. PARMENTER.Joke., : : Editor .
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i ;;t B. F. BERliACKN.D. .___.____...: -_--.-_....Asst. Joke Editor ,i ;. Specially designed fqr the straight, slim figures of Varsity men--taikaed

1i ; ,t ''r St. JOHN ___:;..._..____.:.,._._...,__Exchange Editor to look as good in the"showdown as they do in the showcase. Some of the >-

:; ,! J i.'r"' t {VIRGIL :J&: BRADSHAW _______.____.__.._-.Military Editor : : ?'models have inverted-pleat Backs that finish with a belt. '

I 4 :Reporters; ::J. W. Usher,JOpn C. Booth, G.A_ : Martell, T H Parham, .
I Some have bellows shoulders; also belted. Some have patch pockets that
+ Sam Cornwall, G. H. Bee, L. W. Rogers : ..
j f button through, other patch pockets are plain. are two button. Some

." i HORACE WILSON _....._...w.m............Business Manager: : are three button.,!' .. .

s f j>. A RAMBO ___...."':__._ :.."._..Assistant Business Manager I ;
: that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished maw
I .All in all it's a showing "
( 'tranship.; Extra value is, of course, to be exp ted. -
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I i: : :.0:: cSuperFIne EderheImer-Stem Suits at Fifty and Sixty Dollars;
[ { \' The Budget for the running"expenses of the University for the : :

'' coming two years has alreadyl'been! cut twice, and it has not yet' < .-

.. gone to the Legislature where final action will be taken. .' EVERYTHING MEN AND BOYS WEAR L l ,
; F a The amount asked for was figured out by specialists who cannot T '": 0, ; -"

; i gervative estimate of the running expenses for the next two_ years. : ::

a : i : The aniiunt asked.for! was figured out by specialists; who cannot < : : Porter-. .

4 : I help but know just what will be the least amount with which our .' '

:j i \ ever-growing University run on. : -; *--, '" : 'c: .

;;1 The State Board of Control, we believe, realizes this, but they .', .;..;l- ; ,: ) ': Clothing C90 ; : ,, ; tt

'! i 4 : were -'.)Ised that' the amount' named,was more than the State : d ;' '. : ,' 1-- -:, : .
could afford. "J' .
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F :. A second Budget was prepared in which the amount was cut"I :;f '._ _r.: JACKSONVILLE. .. CORNER BAY AND-LAURA. ;:' 'I '

4It It d f:t down to the bone. It contained no appreciable increase in salaries '' .,1 1

J 1 ? f ,.1'; except where it was for assistant professors who were advanced -r-lf' .

ii 1 1f vto, full professorships. .' .

;-1 r ri I The principal increase in operating expenses was for jnorr .. '

i : -*assistant professors, only four more full professods being asked '4 -",:: .. ,
f + :A.t ;.for; AH this. called for an added operating eXpense. of about ..t.!..",. .- ............................

i ,i $15,000 per year. h .. ,
i This train oh, ,Lawd! ... ... .; 1 ... '._ .. ..
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{ I i It is extremely difficult to see how,the University is to continue -my., -- -, - k
; i; i 4 d .. 1 to teach the increased number of students, now well beyond 1300, Tsitraiq, don't carry no. tea- JOHNSON'S PHARMACY

I i ):j with the Faculty no larger than that required to instruct 600 men No Abounds bun-dusters nor Australian I Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber G&ii
tJ : We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. 1
four-years ago. The students of the University sincerely hope hounds.
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'_ purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality conslW,
.. that;the Budget Committee of the Legislature will see and appreciate Lawd:Lawd, Lawd, Lawd, Lawd! Gainesville, Florida.

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our dilemna and restore the original Budget which calls -_ .. -
f for about $40,000 per year more than, the amount that the State This train don't carry no tea- .. t -
.. This train, dh, my Lawd!
; Budget Commission E .
r ,approves. ? *
This train don't carry no gripers,
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Nocane-stealers nor watermelon < : -
[ : : ; CONDUCT -: .' swipers,

'.'-' .( f. -, '.. Lawd, Laved,'Laved,Lawd, Lawd! THE- PHIFER STATE BANK .

ri \ ,:; The University of Florida is like a great wheel propelled by the GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA -
; This train don't sneaks
carry no ;
dynamiC force of its student-body toward an invisible goal. The .
This train, oh my Lawd.
motive': This train don't carry no sneaks; -

No Vaselinos, nor sidewalk --- .....--- -- ..... .... ..... -- ... .., -- -- --
J : ;. it. It is''the unseen hand which hot oily governs the rapidity and shieks,'* i FLORIDA BARBER SHOP

'. uniformity of the wheel's progress, but also guides it along the Lawd, Lawd, Lawd,Lawd, Laved!
'' 't ,
*proper course. Following it, a mute but orcibje testimonial, is i
Oh Mr. oh Mr Guaranteed Service and is Motif f
< : Gallagher Gallagher .Courtesy our
w ; tthe imprint left upon the sands.of time. t
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Prop. ,
t' : ,With this idea in mind, we see how inevitable, is tfye\ trail we What's that paper that they say ,- .... ..... ...._
t.r ;-. leave to influence the ideas the outside world may have as to the is very good? -

,,4, I : i$' University of Florida. A wavering, crooked trail, weaving from 1 ;It gives all the news, and it -

f&& side to side of'the road, will shout aloud the story ,of indifference drives away the blues, ;: >
And it does as well ag any paper J
J I : or of carelessness on the part of a few. The student-foody as 'a

it : f i'"i! \f.f whole pushes the wheel; a small body of jndivduals, who, not realizing Oh could.Mr ,Shean. oh ij l Mr. Shean' >, Bedding, Pillow Cases, '' : ... ; ::.,. t

1 f I -I! .j ,, the magnitude of the harm they are'doing, may? shirk their I .think I know the_ paper that Sheets, Blankets ,
4', part a little and thus let the wheel swerve 'from the straight' you mean; J

- Im ; course. The.occasion of duty from a few disturbs the equilibrium It is full of peppy stuff, I' justcan't RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVEMIESJ .

fI of the whole, and the imprint left behind shows only too clear lead it enough. I
What, the Angel, Mr Gallagher MADE TO 1 -
ly. This
ti unstable element acts not only the :
t .- medium of No, the 'Gator, Mr.-Shean. I
1 ,1 i j' incomplete scholastic functioning, but especially through its ojR .
conduct. Improper conduct is at all times a danger and a'disturbance f We Keep Everything for Y

W.' ''t* :y ., to the stability of any institution just as improper feed SEVERAL MATTERS f: .
: I may disrupt a,mighty engine or a leaking valve make is power I
: invalid. A censor is a man without sense
} Qua
who burns incense. (Is that $
+ry i'"c t :. -f Thus :we see that conduct is the most important factor in clear?)' SeNice Ji' ". ,t

ff t, !::'!;-':- :making a clean, straight imprint back of the wheel. Conduct is the GANESVILLEF1" ; I

1 ', ;) -,:. most noticeable influence, and the basis of the major portion of (Here insert;five choice witticisms ...
j r the world's judgment. It is built of the, steel of personality and concerning: women). ;;
i t founded upon the rock of character. What one's conduct ,".*- C
.. so The superior mangy is- .
i '1 ?Pata: 't; J't?7W)?rPa4af.r ? oohPr ralti rnr reeear r; oIfr qr I}- "d'r modesty I J N-- ............".. ........
> Wed' (1s ( ( ,
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+ ;1 acrer- That is, wrat ire RW: ? t &
r through our conduct, and it is
by the f '
+ conduct the individual SHOES
t A that copy of a cartoon- from a back: REPknm> WHILE YOU wAIT
: University Florida '
3 is judged.. number of Life,.but the engravers t ; oS .
1 } Therefore. the reputation of the University of Florida rests refused to deliver the cut until SERVICE f !

t ;4;. with the individual student. We may make it a gentleman's colt -' paid for) -- : t AND..:- QUALITY. OUR DfTIor. ;-,.:
;:-);:;. lee or an eggregation of.over bold, discourteous youth according :"-
: to the stuff we are: made of. Character forms conduct; conduct President Hull)' of Stetson has I I STUDENT. R RE6ENTATrVE-H. -" '. :" -. K.. .WIl'4, r r1\1
directs the:wheel ..:receatl7 _issued 'pledge cards ask-, i '
i ; imprint 'of the wheel discl Ses'the entire ... BUCKMAN ;
s gf all. Ha'ttera .. -
i story to the world. Unto this t bstain from '.Ii- ,' :.. '! r' .,-. .. . 1".
knowledge apply the heart ':":J:' : : '
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returns f. the affair sc< ; itAa S .. .- .-
rebate : .
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'' rc. made, to the .conk -. .. The" Henson Markham. Officials, 'oda1's Vaudeville' t'attet' ''
eatants. committees
appointed to Coach, iU" Kline, Capt. LE.I i"
imed from 1) ,
page handle
The the &
affairs r
meet of the
meet fol
I be represen ed.. The the Amateur be governed by lows: Ryder. Entertainment committee, I ,'Bing-Do you know how m lI; '
Athletic Association Joe Barchan, MRphbie" Robinson s
Florida entered
of America State General Committee seconds there are in a,minute
nand Bill Middle : and all equipment and Edgar Jones. Publicity, Sam :
tie, : used.will be of standard Chairman, W M Pepper (Gainesville Cornwall Bang Do VB
thf pentbathlon and -3k .. Frank Wright, Truman you m an a ; '
are }
The ) Hon. lL3 .
; Frank Jacksonville
:-: beat things of these pentathlon will consist of Imeson Green. Program, John, Dickinson, minute by the clock or one of th se
1 five events, the high Hon. W. D. Payne, and Earl
+ point winner Jon "
"wait minute
all-round athletes. a ?
'r of Hh'e (Miami) ':\
five feats tq be declared ; Jerry Dulmage (Palat- r
ccfrege ,stars of more. the ka); Ray Parmelee
champion. (Tampa) JohnS. .
sing fame'hre, living, in, Ths events vv .itL
included Prescott (Ft. Lauderdale
; in the ); C. -
the ,preset time, and are; 200 E. Baker, -
; > meters, running broad (Jacksonville); Harry
.-- is5 in uniform for the open thrbwj, javeline throw and discus 1500 Culley, Jr., (Jacksonville); Rex Greenleaf & Grosby Company Til l s x j
that will 'ring down the Farrior. .
meters. The first five (Gainesville); J. Will II. .
men fin.
rier to start off the big ishing in the pentathlon will be Yon (Daytona); Judges, 'R. S. I JEWELERS" 1} 3.
'i -% awarded medals in the Cockerell(University of Florida);
1"to f i.Sit'fti, ,'silver and bronze medals order, first and second gold following medals Coach, "Pug" Allen (Stetson), Ray ., ,t",1
3rd Green (Rollins) )i. H. Alderman Jacksonville, Florida
awarded tne-winneit ofrail, and 4th silver medals ad fifth I '
J : '- addition silyer a bronze medal (Southern).
fc: loving. I .. '
l;,'; ";;i be awarded the winners 'i -The events of the meet and the Special Committees I Medals, Class Ringsand Pins. Commit- :1 j
and, order in which Dr. R. G. Manchester. General .
:pfjrthathlcn .the hightlwo'of they will be .runoff tees in search of loving -
J Chairman. cups or trophies, N .
f the meet. .are. as follows: ,
;,j.f'i .: .'!lrailroad and .hotel rates. > Track Events Entries and eligibility Capt. J. suitable for Golf, Tennis or other athletic ,,:

\t'1- i"k. granted to all athletes 100-yards dash, 220 yards dash .- Atkinson, J. H. 'Hudson, and' t events, will find it an easy' matter to \ ,
lie meet. Arrngements- 440 yards dash, 880 Dr. A. W. Sweet. Transportation Choose from selection packages which
yards, dash, we 4
ie lade f.n their en rtaintfe and reservations; James R. Boyd
mile ,
< run 2 mile run mile'run will send
,5 gladly
i : *.:z in rle city and if the 120 Jr., Benson Markham. Trophiesand I upon approval. '' .
yard high hurdles, 220

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line throw, running high jump, Dr. R. G. Manchester, I 9:40 Sunday: School, H. O. Enwahl, Teacher of : g
r running broad jump and pole James R. Boyd, Jr., Frank Evans, Glass. CoUege.l\lea'j.'f
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''Nnr Spring Oxford with : :
life and youth in every '.
Jtat..Scvcrly simpl 'in : "
pattern and moderately i MEN should ask to see, the new 'Broadtvty' Model, :.'1

.nie in last y In Golden'I I and,the new 'Brooks'-the. very latest 'spring,and summer, QUALITY. S'ERVICE" t-.i iIi '

Brown,Ruddy Brown o'r .' models to'leave the,cutters' tables. At CONVENIENT CORNERS : 1
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host of good woolens- f ; '
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choose from, and the right .- models-Conservative Models for older men. There's browns Now is the time! to look gay in one of our new }f.
styles for all occasions. f grays, blues, tans and all the newest 1923 herringbone .

We 'have exceptionally fine t : effects. v -.* k-, '* /j|I .i : spring suits at ?10.75 to $45.00. '
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Jtr i : ..."rpeat MM D' SECTION -WON IN The final inter-college forensic THE'MUD; HEN in the seam ..
V theta Dance, April 27, debating,championship 'of eta
the .
contest, for : -
( lonUL YBIBLESTUDYCOWElfllON .of the, campus will tie pace Published monthly by the .rm rumored that y.
j ate Club Dance, April 28,f or- 'Sconce and bee has declarad
-I .' betweea the Arts and :
? '. > ,, : Club of 'the University of Florida.
debating teams next of small silver
the Lawyers be! '
-I .t iol Prom, date pending -. .tt ,
20, at Sin ed in rowa
Friday evening,, April aJa,g tha ,

l j ;I .:{, THE'JUNIOR PROMs .. .Peabody Auditorium. The winner STRICTLY, SPEAKING knows whit will he ".

!! 1 1 i I. -fl V," .- The Y. M. c. A. .BiBle Study of the debate-will be awarded Answer: Nobody. .

'i-t Friday-night the junior contest came to a close Wednesday V the Faculty loving cup f jr. the: 'Let us consider the lengthy We have with us I sbi aSias

tip in .Peabody evening with D section, Thomas coming year. subject of gentlemen's pantaloonsor '-,h-\
iras called to meet -
; I Auditorium for the purpose winner. All the sections, show The question for debate will be if the uniformed reader js Whose mica is 1
; d) fj0aasing for a Junior Prom durBg ed a great interest in the work "Resolved that the present; Mexican not familiar with that term, let piou. .

i 'r i Commencement Week. and keen competition has been government should be recognized us call them ,by their plebian frame He sits in the,"Y", U4 =o;

shown for the leadership in the the United States." "pants." (Waugh! It turns our his
._ i /L. committee of three was ap- by eye A
: i rM: Acted by President Markham metings. The standing of the Roy B. Hoskins. Gerald !I. Bee, fastidious stomach!) To continue In a way which ssn3Ir.

I -t begin immediate preparations 'three highest competitors is aa fol and Edmund McCfUl wilt upholdthe Pantaloons are undoubedly the gets by us." L,_

'# ler.a dance heretofore unequaled lows1: honor of: the Farr literary society most essential portion of the <-I
1' ,Seniors D Section Thomas 98.5 the fashionable man's attire- For it. .J;:>';3-
to)c given in honor of the on the Negative, side of Percival I. D. X:'

f r .JHULorate plans are under vray.7feCT A section Thomas 89 question. ,For the lawyers on the is entirely conceivable that one Was always great. '

i *' *1 ; t a ,it is a bit early to men- E section Bockman 85 Affirmative side will be Roger might ,safely traverse the streetsof But one night in a

i ;;, ;' tins it the junior class wishes ,to At the Pible? tudy meeting,heldon Ju Lewi, Benny L. Jennings and Gainesville in nothing else'Trtit stept on his kaet J

I : i;:f F ssnoosce: that every junior is Wednesday evening Kenneth Lucius, J. Cushman. Dr. Leighof a pair of white ducks and suit 't>f Which set aU ftost .l:

t 'Ii : -workhiff i ncoopcration, to. make Bait'led and many took part ip the Department, of Chemistry Alaskan B.V V D.'s, but picture,, glancin.4 -

; J' E: J ocrs this year one which wilt the discussion the subject. will ,preside V as chairman of the if you can, the gilded youth faring rMr i

i ,, "'; !.;: -V., cause every Senior who becomes "Were theBiWe Study meetings a meeting. Judges will be selectedat : forth to call upon his ladl-love JasperalalrazrIs

!J t" alamnus to have a glowing'memory success?", an early date. -, sans pants! It is highly improbable thought
V j f ft .' of Ins last Jew days beret and The banquet will probably be In the ,preliminaries of the inter that even the most fearless of racy ,.:.. ,' \.'

led heart's desire to return to given about May 9 10, but --:;;t
: 'f t i a or as society'debates the engineers were our sofa reptiles would attempt But that spot oa

1 ; r f' :. his Alma Mater on each- possible.. all arrangements have not been defeated and by Arts and Science. such a thing, even on the night kills him quite W

t: t ;';' -, opportunity. made announcements will be made the Ags ,by the Teachers. In the after the Tech game. Which Mat J
I: i j. u. later as to the definite date. It semi-finals the Lawyers eliminated ignorant'reader _
Dp remember -;
: you
M (. t ; I i. CHI DELTA is planned to have Col. Wv J. the: Teachers.. the pantaloons you usedto ..

: Bryan aS/well_as many other'eel- The debating in rotation' f"t
; cup in the mail-order catalogues
,l see Mr. Heyward Metmlsli
f i'j local $
The Chi Delta f fraternity
; ebrites at the banquet who will societies1 ,
i among the has been held when the humble scribewas dock;
> made its advent into
j' I : 1 organization, deliver short addressee. Music {
in succession ,
two years on attending ,academy?
1 fraternities thejnmpos a Has thef look of li
.tfce family of on furnished
1. : willl be ,also.
t l three occasions. The up..b to be '
tight with huge cuffs, haddock .
They ,
a: 1 Ij" t in October of last yeanTie It has been announced that the ti
the of. the
,it ;' 4 :.\- new local was organized for nominations .for the "Y" Cabinetfor .permament property and just long enough to cover Is he fast? Well, n u)1K)
I It soiety which holds it for three
t 'f' i 4 the express purpOEe '(;e Ohi. { look a't the reptilian contours of
the National fraternity, That is a rmf for< ,:
They follows President K.
4'. are as : is in the possession of the
Henricks modern shfek's lower extre
John the
The are -
dent E.
D. Hinckley, E. P. Ellis,
\ y.' M. Harris L. W Harris, W J Lawyers for the first year and mities! Quanto mutattus (That's
..' B.. Hait,. E. T. Clayton iVce Presi- "I went to an t...
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' .;i : .. II Taylor, Ward Johnson, F M Smith if they can.hold it for two more Latin, dear reader) The sinuous last night! -
O. R. Davis J. C. Matthews
in succession it will t be their
M, [ I A. ': Chadwick, Jr., B. Jennings: K. years curves of. the tasty herrinebone "I suppose the rroet
I Treasurer K. Henderson
IF i ij ; :: .... :v Art Dhon L C Bogue;' James -McAffirtrr ,D.; A.- Rambo. : property and the Faculty' will have. reach the earth, and the cuffless Conventional black uy 4

i' ;,-- and R L. Hodges. to buy another cup. mavels.eterhally polish the shieks "
i ii. J :. PUBLIC shoes, and, hide .the rents in his Rat"Who told twig
i -ntx-r: CHEMICAL OCIETY AG. CLUB, APRIL 9, 1923 ,
',. DEBTS REFLECTED IN _. hosre. a track man?" .*. 4
r:' And more.. Certain of the more ,
d J > ,;;Last Wednesday.evening, the. The Ag. Club| met.Monday night radical of our Tampa students election and make bbI- _. .
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:- .. Chemical,socjety was entertained = for another.;one of it's interesting :
1 '. Public opinion as reflected by have appeared in white flannels DeanBenloa: &,
I who' ; \
N :' 2>r Roland E. Snuggs sessions. 'Rat Hullgave a talk
t : "' ,, the decisions of the judges in ,the ,with superb black wedges inserted are you intterested ia$ |
I ," spobe on the, engrossing subject on "Imigration'and the future
I r recent Triangular debates held at languages?" -
:: Cieoiistry and Love". .,Mr. Snuggs. Americans." He told of the .menaces -
j ;.': 1', 1' : the Universtity, at.Columbia, S, C. matters were considered and the John Langford: "
t : '. xrlw is a master student, has ofthe emigration now goingon
_. : :and at Knoxvilie, Term: ,. proves movement to establish. a state library I've got a Spanish fe&ff
;...,.-- 'years of experience in this subject, in the' United States and how ,.
c d its lecteure revelation conclusively that the allied nations, commission was continued.. get rid of." ilI -
L: ." was a this might effect the future of

r:. ., ta the society. He traced' the evo- should not release each other from! our country:4f it were allowed to -- rR. -- ----t--, ___ -.-.--rte

It j 'F lalion, of Love and Chemistry debts contracted' for the purposeof 'eonti ue. Rat Camp gave the .... -- -- ....--- .
carrying the War.Negative .. '
on World
t r :" Xros! the beginning, and finally club two gjhumurous selections ;-
# j teams of the three de- FIRST NATIONAL BANK :
t r: !! dtd his address with some very which were appreciated by alL
,. theories ,his oWn bating univeristies received the I I Incorporated 1888 d !
I ; I' > eresting of Hat Hamilton pulled off some rare <
'judge's decisions in debates.At itI
: : -Aflrr very iteresting talks by witticisms asf only the Hamiltoncan Capital. $108,100' Surplus,
I Columbia .
't'. S. C. Florida's affirmative
\ ;, 4 Fret" Black and Dr. Barsler.. the do. About' half of the bonywas GAINESVILE, FLORIDATHE ;
j team, T. and
:. K (t c i! t ; e meetmg adjourned. I S. W. Mclnnis were Jergsun defeated, bv spent In"' Partimentary prac ..... ___ 4I ..4II. ... 4I.. .' _

tice. A great, deal of interest was
i. ': Tennesee's Negative team, E. W. taken in this part f the
i $ program.v
Hendrix and H. .H. (Baker. At
The argument between Geiger and
e ; Knoxville, Carroll Fussell and L.
: Dowdell was well 'worth the ,hour
I L. FOR EN- W. Jennings on the negative for REXALL STORE NO. 2
spent aj the club. '
Flordia won over G. H. Wiltkows- 71'9V.: University Avenue"The "

.. DING COLLEGE ky and S.' T. Sparkman for South AG.' CLUB PROGRAM, APRIL 16 Drug Store Nearest the Uniferslty
J : Carolina's s affirmative.' Here in
:. Gainesville .Prompt Delivery Service PHO>E 3&U:
South Carolina's
.. neg- Debate
: Resolved That the sev-
a or Bch comment and curiosity has ative team of W. A. McSwain and eral state$" should, establish. in

e ,!,.. bsea xcraosd by certain, engineering Coleman Karesh Wn over GB. dustrial courts similar to the Kan- .
'. -jisSents, suspected of being intel- Shaeffer and William Bam '1r. '
plan. .
sas .
;.% at that, who have been Florida's main affirmative iseu -
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g. Affirmative W. J, Crowley, H. "' ':
-Videming i tKtmselve? recentlytjwith consisted of the following points: C. 1 .... ,
B. F. Ber- .
,a ; i ( I 'iar: segements of ninety p und'I I The United States must assert itself lack M. A.
: Brooker. STOE
E rail, slung jointlyfrofn.:.the in the World afairs, the release Mounting! Aligators, H. E. Ham- I I. THE UNIVERSITY BOOK '

ii 1 :.ZIIICk+ : by a length of young plow of debts would be payinga mer. J

I. ?ups. Mo, gentle reader, these just share of the cost of the war, Brush you. t '. Basement Language Hall 5' i
up on spelling? ? ?
i t ; are not doing this toe if the United States to -
'u :!70 mr.c men expects ,
Every Ag. man is :iegnested.to_. t
see; ]nave It feels. They are gdedgesf maintain the respect of the vorld be '
at the ,
next; meeting. .
i' : } !'* 'Beta Epsilon HonoraryEnffi" the debts must be *el eased; tLg Other!.are'cordially invited. Meeting t -.. :c'1".::...

# t, '. ueeiing .Fraternity, ('ADsen. from allies cannot pay, 'and the payment adjourns promptly at 8 p. m.- t New Lin'eof,University Jewelry and StaliOfle iI

t the Jajjior_ class. .\ 'o.f' of the debt woull injure the

e u t !PdaEpsilon\ is a 'local frater- United States. MISS MJLTTMORE AT MEET- t Assortment of Pennants,' Freshman Oit P -
i' =$7 which ia petitioning the well The negative Bourse toot the reverse ING OF LIBRARY '
t .
1 t' .. 't1amm: Sigma Tau Honor Frater- argument! tae affirmative ASSOCIATIONMiss ory '
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fk l a > ., If a chapter is granted' dealing' with, the subject both ,from i ,. .-....... ...-..... -... .. ,_,i... ..>. ",1I ....
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'tie ,South to have one, _though poiint., :It wa emphatically i of Uiversity of Florida, attended I : -
is in ,the out that !t wood b "
9iicma Tau very strong Brought not J the meeting of the Florida Library or

1 ", Xertb and West. The founders .good business oa the' pare o 'f America Association held'in DeLand .". : ".--10 .,,' "..'. ..,...-. .. '.
t ef Beta Epsilon: are Wpu Yarr;off, ,to, cancel" tnc- debts.. .,Onepoint Thursday: April 12.. WONT YOUCIGAR

i: Z.C-Thomas linden Fuller: A.:.A.CSfe. : brougct !out was!: the large A .meeting of the executive I "

Donald H bardr F. L. forei securities hVli"by ,
\ ? amount of :i board was held Thursday morn- HAPTAMPAMILD .

f. IVescctt and R- P. Perkins.; .:3"he the' debtor /vaibn?. f ing. The meeting of the atsocUtfon :..'
adopted. pledges '. are ., < t to rder ,\ ,.
oJ. : *.carne at 2 o'clock HAVANA
M (. l fFerrl3.' ,,:}t.*C.qbe: {( Jehn 2 !?S p Ziaggx r; fa wa?>jrofesacr -, ,Thursday afternoon. Rooting 0., ', .. 1I

; ii p- .; ja Matphurss; of Physics and. biathe>$&tics of T.,:"

,r.--r'V ,f-,\' University in 1MO is coming professor ,and those who.. kJtOWt,, i,' 'LI 'TprrciGAR+ co.

town .. .;
A bore, Is aplaee back,' to take professorship '
> e&eviesfe a new Professor Biggins in 1920 will, be ,- '-".'* '.Dioti ft ulers

V moonshine is .ittaeceraibte', ,. In Physics_next-fall, We are,glad happy to hear of his expected re. ntpa Miut Ja

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time hillside this of year the Un-the nation-wide was campaign In The a 1 day Medals Night at Will 6 o'clock Be ; ..;..:.:.- ......-..............t_... ..
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originally: planned
of Nera4s Campus was a memorial to the Awarded .
alumni SPORTING GOODS ,1 -
of the : -
gallonstie -
w aathousand University, and the ;
foundation Football .
and Tenfe -
freshmen class. The ground The annual open tennis tourna I :; '

.. i fl !?=Bnlning brightjt years ago floor but was not built finished several ment begins Monday, April 16'on Hardware of All Kinds .(: r

,lofty'-position, blos- lack"of funds. The building for the university courts. This is the SEE US' t-:
will last tournament to be Held this !
in, rte new Springs be a combined
an ears carried the building and gymnasium student activity year the winner in the singles and THE. THOMAS COMPANY : i E. .-

f to" the scene of their doubles events are champions of I PJ1e&e,22 l.' '
tmek1ds after truck- the University without doubt, as WEST SIDE OF SQUAREGAINESVILLE S
: STUDENTS all students
fnie and water were car- EARN. registered for, coursesin
BLOOD MONEY the university and also an faculty .
DL By boon the job was members are eligible. I .- _..,----f--: .:.. :...:.:.:.:.:.:.:......ft.. ...
\ 'and the afternoon ---- .
Students No fees are charged to those
at Johns Hopkins -
over to.a picnic super- Med. t .
Seine school are paying entering the tournament ,as this ..
the co-eds. for their f
t tuition with blood money,literal. was included' in the student activities 'ilJXlJ I
LE,TEAM REPREmtK -- ]1'. They are selling ,their blood fee. t \\ a
for Since no other sport interferesat
FOURTH CORPS AREA purposes at $50a '
IF91*- a transfusion. All the student" this time with tennis it is ek- FURNITURE COMPANY -
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pir. .tie process:of elimination'Hedt to,do is lie-down, sacrifice a' little pected that many will enter the .

ride team won third place blood and then collect $50. More tournament and that some keen rivalry ... Victrolas and Records
than 100 will be exhibited between the ,, .,
potffeji, Between all the colleges students have listed I < .
Corps Area. Thie themselves as being ready to sell many "
their blood. The winners will also receive D. R. Proprietor TELEPHONE*. i
....4n_.honor, for there areMisBy I COT
gold and silver medals and this
The blood of'each
colleges the area ot these men
has been is parboably a great incentive to .
illistptienally good teams, and analysed and classified
in a definite group. When the many participants.The !
L.r fining:;,third place the Tech a
enterics be made the
M10. represent the Fourth transfusion becomes necessary the may on '..If a
student bulletin board at the College Inn.'All _
: ?fan inter-corps match. whose blood group corresponds "
toM enteries close at 6 p. m., Sun _
of the
..;:lpr the Tech team won patient is
day ApriL
for the operation. Each
in the
student now is limited there '
II'.;.won;theb.match in the to operations "
F ""; s match; so this year a year, which restricts hia ." E, MAIN STREET, NORTH 't

ir I -.'viining ikwld- > # repeat third .place their perfor-they blood$150. The money Ring! to Turn a'maximum Phi. of I. J. .S. BODIFXRD Reverend John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector ..' 1+

Sl.e-ttd win their inter-corps and TELEPHONE<<; 629 .
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S". Students at the College of Em- t
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ie State
Oei .Universitytoas I much promiscuous$ s oculation at A. H. Dolan J j ..J.
_. may some' day play
tf it, to tic visiting athlete uf anppif 'present they.say..' Besides if we I For Bicycles and Bicycle I f .

4 is .the _ion, 'of Dr. must kisswhy not let the gentlersex Accessories .! I'
take iniative. This latter' :3
fek'.Castleman: track coachbe the 232 East Mate Street South ALEX CAFETERIA <
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~VJZE ALLIGA I OR I ADVR~~ r1Q THEY V -Sr PA TRONIZE Yogi'r *1 if r t -a ____FOR A GREIAT RA UNIVERSITY OF FLflflID A AIflT~ IA tAco K a ~r. I NO. 27 ,uas Meton spelled fefeat amn the first .dual meet Phulq Field, Ark alone U0 point in the after* ,P~rilawinng the those thing that are 4*0sioed out ahead.are pea-e two higha~aio~aIn th. persons 0r and leaders. The for4r tumed winner in both and high hurdles, while "was the best tbe writer in many moons with the dbnwchunking the old IS faet, 9.5 inches. at the bl rolling -Newdown the hundred In around style, with his Petteway, second, and Sf &'wanee third. Next piers was the mile run Own O'Neil strutted the oval and breasted the is front of his nearest *who finished second ggtv out on the lat QO, lwrenc Case, the Harris and Gibbons of finished in' second and respectively. Although -the to put a stop to by heavy application -erun this calamit-y *as ~qmdand Tomilson won by from Shorty Connell, while finished third. Ark's initial inpole vaulting found him C top with ten feet to hi, while Denton and Harris .~ did as well and took secSid with ease. Shot putting ~ the Sewanee crew eight ia., when Sanders heaved the dis apple 39 feet 4 3-4 inches_-*-,SiMillard was second, whie the -Ai, fling hi. fork side came in thdwt a rush-. In the MO., Ci Dicky and Bradley finited order and last stretch Cox when loafed he and --i--k .ik lost. Newton got a good start in the board jump and when the sawdust had been smoothed over the announcer in an awed still, very quiet voise, announced 28 feet 4 Inches, smashing Ark', record seven inches. Petteway. with a cripple4 toot, showed hi, gameness by placing second gad the versatile Toniison was third. Case also won the 440, although he was pushed hard by Crown, who arrived second with Gibbons Shird. After Nertow had won this event with ease, just for fun, be tried five fret, six inches and went over with three inches to spare. Sewanee took the second and third places. King ran away from Hoerper in the two-mile run aid had no trouble winning that event. Sanders won the discus throw with a heave of 125 feet 11 1-2 inches, while Newton and Miller were next in order. Tomli son won the low hurdles and ConnoDl and Harris came second and 100 Yard Dash--Newtodl, Pettway, Florida; Tomfison, Sewanee. Time 10:7. I Mile-Cox, Florid,; Hornet, Sewannee; King, Florida. Time 4-56-9. Freshman >0O lard flash--BWitch floriddl Nash Sewanee; Bishop, Florid. Time 10-4-. 220 Yard Dash-Case Florida; Harris ,Beware.; Gibbons, Sewanee: Time 23-6. Freshman I Mile-Gilroy, Florida, Williams, Sewenee; Adato Florida. Time 4.575. High Hurdles-Tomnlinaon, Scwanee; Connell. Florida; Harris, Sewanee. Time 17-2. Pole Vault--Newton. Florida; Burton, Sewanee; Harris, Sewa,nee. Height 10 feet. Shot Put-4Sanders. Sewanee; Miller, Sewaneel Newton, Woriha Distance 39 4 3-4. (Continued on page S) ~TSWI FROMJUMiORSAND SOPILS warn~ ( E'nrrAMUUAD H TAL AN MFf the ezaggerawed houses other-. 'known as the RAtS tritnifed -bfuniors 7-2 in the opening REBof the jnterclass baseball Mt INAY A OLUf& Iini "RATS SC.HE-U-LDUALF TAKME CINDER MEN FROM ALL OVER STATE WILL BE HERE. The first annual Florida Amateur Open Track and Field meet is carded for, leming Field April 21, and thouid draw a large following of cinder 4tltafrom all parts of the state to-conpete in the big classic. Tle meet will he open to afty quali~ed amateur within the state and will fill a long felt want towards the development of the popular spring sport. In audition totthe Florida championship, a Pentthlon event billed as the southern tchampionships, and already endorsed such by Dr. Sanders. President of the S. I. C. conference, wilt be a side feature. Invitations have been sent to Very ct'tlege, Y. IA. C. A. *nd athletic organization throtgi'ot the state, and at ii. ec-wd that many of them will respond and place representatives in the different events. The meet is also open to any unattached individual the only requirement bei4 that all contestants must amateurs. be strictly The meet will be jointly indoraed by Dr. Manchester, acting Director of Athletics and Captain Atkinson. Gator track coach. It is the present plan to make the meet an annual affair to be held at Fleming field, betuse of its logical location and the fact that at the present time the University lhat thea only quarter-nile cindi'oval mn the state. The athletic auttorlti-s at thi University feel that the time a Sipe for such a meet and have been Working toward, the perfection ot it foR 'i ei two years. Florida,. because 0? climatic condit outs Should surpasa a11 other etat.' Of the United States in the development of track stars. Calfon-a wth far less pdvantages thai the track stars of Florida enjoy ha' poduced sonme of te gratr frun-a times and it ia with this end in view -that the coming meet ha' been mnauguratel. AND TlieK ;~a uaaShaf fI~lA I~Eua~ The Gatorb chewed the Hatters up to the tune of 11-5 on Fleming Fxel4, Thursday, andi gave the waters of the orange and blue two games to the John B's. one in the series. Gilmartin's stick work was sensational, this lad collecting a home, two triples, and a single in tour sauterm to the pan, Little Whis Bang also sent the gang into wild applause' when he raced behind second and made a wonderful stop and throw of Dusty Rhodes line drive in the fifth. Roach, former Florida man, nas the cream of the duck soup for the green and whit., he with the afornsid Dusty doing most oi the stuff for Stetan. The old defense was very much in evidence only two miscues being charged to the Gators and on the offence 'Oh Boy' how they did 'hit the old apple and make rabbits out of the Stetson outfielders, those boys did not figure on partiripabiag in a track moet but hafore the last hell rang they prob :ably changed their minds,. Summary Florid. -.Stetson Batteries: Florida,. Ward; Stetson, Smith Umpire Barch,,. L.H. E' 1I 10 2 5 4 2 Newton and 31,1 Moritz. In the second game, Fflday af L'rnoon the Hatters took dh? -mall ,end of a 10-I score and *roved an easy victim. Henry Gra:-. Gator pitching ace, held the "ibtors to *)nly two hits with hi, punzting enders. showing spientl ftoii I" Through the nine nnng-. Ta ('Gators secre, ,er" wcattared .throughout the game, rtnd Oattit. .and excellent team work '~iiWnf I mg to swamp the S t ii, team Sentirely. The vi %turs lxc alIx came in the' first aLan,.a w.hen a .wild pitch over first with the bases jull allowed Crn, to ,ambt A~ rO&e the plate. Florida batmen started th, fr, works in their first inning, getting three runs through smngles by Barge and Slake, a pass by Spear Cer, Gilmartin's single and a tripke from McClendon. Two more were added in the second, through Rhode's boot of Ward's *oller, singles by Gray and Bange, Gilmartin and Hitchcock, and a free pass to Blake. In the seventh seusloi Blake sent a terrific drive into left field foi the second home run of the Stetson aeries. In the ezghtj, stanza two more Gators checked in at the registry depot on Gilmartin's third safety of the afternoon, Hitchcock's Uiever ,ac rifle hit and suceess.ive hingles by McClendon and Owens After Stetson's initial score, they -were only able to get one Utan as far as third base and only two to the second pillow during the remaining eight innngs. The two hits which Strtson made were both singles knocked ofl by L.,~rt and Hooper. On the latterts hit, ncr a ke and M ene'donle it drop between them when it looked as though either one of them could have roped it mi quiat easily. Tht feature 0f the game was 'aGray's pitching. rhe tor twirler :sent seven Hatti-rs back t0 the I ,enh li' the tnt'. two, three road and .11owed only tw.o pawss to fir't. His control was perfect, and he mixed with this a world of good stuff which resufled in light taps straight into the waiting mitta of the Gators field. Marc.,vflz, gave thirteen thn te-bagger the Hatter pitcher, safeties, including anid one home run. The box seneme ti, he Stetson'. v, ak ,p t, in bth of the two gamlt,, and paflvf the infield and outfield abso gave evidence (-ontmnued ii, pate si RATS COMEOGUT IN SMALL FE OF SERIES OF BASEBALL GAMES ON TRIP SWIMMING TEAM TO Whsm the God. would destroy they tirsi niakt grent, certainly applits tt 91u1 hat' for after makJrt? I>. -a 5SAKE FIRST DUAL TRACK MEET FIRST ANNUA FLA. HATTERS OUTCLASSED IN TWO GAMES 5WANEBy 72T0 53; NEWTONAAERENAYlFA;CRE13327; COX AND CASE AMTUTPE hRDA NERIA;SORS1E TNTRACK EET wa*-CUMARTIN FEATUREt WITH F, I

II -.-a e the TaslA Board of Trade. 'The joilowing is a rqifrnt from the Tampa Tribune regarding the engagement of Frank L. Holland, Class of '11, to Miss Dorothy Barright of Bartow, which pill be of interest to his many friends among the am an flartow, March 24.-Mr. and Mrn. D. W. Blurright of Bartow annornee the engagement of their daughter, Dorothy Ann, to Mr. Frang L. Holland, of Lake Wales, Via., Tb. date for the wedding has not been aunounnd. Miss Burright, th0 bride to be, is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I). W. Burrright, one of the leading foaiis of Folk county. She was brought to Baneo by her parents, at a wery tender axe and with the exception of the 4 PEWS D. w.-E flbht at this time when the sat Ldily us in eSiSOn, it uS4 be of deeat to note how aSPY -f our. legislators are Ilorkda mmn. Indeed this might well hO taken as another indication of the growth of t~s University. and judged as such,we are glad to state that there are twelve florida as I, the pratet assembly. Sine are alumni, others are formcernats; we claim them all as florida men. In a wider ace., we dlais every man in the legialature, for they are all working for the good of our fair state,. which likewise is the aim and purtpos of this University. Th. following are .Se members of tho Legislature who are aluati -r former students of the Univer*iy: L. D. Bdge, who wes a Law s.=mt= here i3 1918-14, is speaker of the House, Fred Mocker, 'a% of Ocak; Tom flryant; '12, of lsbdndm; S. Wyche Getien, 'SO; Wallace Terdan, '17, of Brudstown; W. U. BIshop, '13, of Eontoedlo; E. Paul Gregory, '10, J. E-. Stokes, '16; D. N. Cob., of White Bpdugs; Hugh Hale, '16 of &b'ekvie, B. H. Wells, of (ligley; and C. C. Epperson '11, .f Wilisto. Added to the Lbove, two of the --t-s-o-g attend lag the Ukfrerslty at present. lee are 1. A. Taylor and L. T. UhGIWW., of Seebrbng. We are In receipt of a letter Irem LAx C. Mason, Clans of 'a. e, omwry .t Orlando hut now Bhing In Cmifornit. We are sorr7 to lose "Art" from florid., hut hi. can is in the nature of a proaotiot and we atand euhrtulatioma. The letter is as Ioilows til7 note my change of ad-dre -s give. aoy. I ajoywetedvag the Allgater and reading .1 what Is doing arcend the OUnWrit7, -s well as about the Al'on1. flaw recast1y been trainfarsed tram Florid, to Cblifoatla. S In the employ of the U. &. dqwatmies of Agricultur, and anaeged In work on citrus Inseets In thi stat. PM Wiry heat wishes, I remain Youms very ,trjy, AMPHUR C. MASON. Dcx 576, indsay, CaL. March 17, 1923. 16. *r. D. Wilson, Principal of the Fort Meyer, Schools, is reading law now and plans to attand the Harvard Law school next year. After taking some of hi. la. canres there he expects to return to Florida for his last year. jig r ii I Years spent in college, has prigtially spent ill of her life here, where the has heen a leader in social activities of her set, because of her beauty and charming peronliy. 'The prospective groom is a native of Bartow, the son of Mr. and Mns. B. F. Ho~aMd, onw of the dIstinguIshed pioneer families of Ose setic of the state. He is a graduate of the University of Flria an a pos gr-d-mte of ,some of the leading schools of aromomy In the country, as a result of which he is in the service of Mammoth Groves, one of the largest citrus devdcopnt. of the state, wits headquarters at lAke Wales. Among our host of friends here for the High 'SChOdI Track Meet, we were glad to welcome many of the alumni and former students. 'The editor has tried to find out thenaesof a ma o the as young army. so we ask to be par. dobed If this list Is far from cowplate. Among those here were 3. L. Gouldiag of New Smyrna. B. N., Sealy of Tallahassee, G3. C. Roberts of Iargo, C. W. "Foe-em Lang of Trenton, G. Ballar Simmons of Panama City, B. L. Tclbert of Tampa, P. L. Peaden of Wiliston, H. C Johnson of Alachus, U. L. Damon of Lwburg, Marry E. Wood of Evixzstoa, and J. 3. Walker of High Springs,. We are reprinting an item from heGaizwsvile News regarding the marriage of Hart Sfringfeflow and Miss Lillian Glass which will be of interest to their many friends among the almti sd former students of tJ'. University. Har grdute frm th Coge of EngIneerIng in the Clarn of '20. Stiufelw-ass.W. . S a MEET ME A T a I-rn I I AMBmoT1g Of all tbt arts or s Ed rather be & petg Topay te gaet oflfe a Mrs aaS,. (an~s anunCES the marrag.eto har daqgher lilka fltifl Tuesday ,.,l. A. 1h Tb. above anent, which comes as a srpis to many, is being nedyked with coainter eat by the nuefrI*nS of the popular young csupit The wedding took piece last evening at the home of the bride's cousin, Mn. Wile Mal In a~t* Mrn. Btrlngfelio. I. the second daughter of Mrn. Glass. and it a charm ig and attractive young woman being reared in thi cit where Eke hat endeared herself to all our people, and is also popula with many frind trghtte state. She -is a talented young woman and over a year has el an efficient position in the scity offices where officials regre to pa4 with her 'beryices Mr. 5tingellow 4s te oldes .0n of Mr. mnd Mnr. Thornton B Btrlngfeliow. Be Is a graducoe of the Unlvenity of ra a member of the Eappa AMpha frternity and a spledi young bariness man, being a powdtion US civil engineer utib the govery meat in Math., Miss. Mr. String! ellow and his bride left for a wedding trip down the East Coapt an:t in Jacksonville, and are expected to return to nesvIle Sun-day or Monda and will &.ere alldo noxt west many del -1-u s---l o-rtuie avn been arranged in compmeLI to Mrs. Strhagfellow Friends in this city will extend the young couple hearts congratulations and beat ulas. WUBBB OUR DlUGS WOME FnoBy Dr. Wiliam J. Hue., protossor to Pbarmas, Univereity of 'Looking back as far as we can pie have sought mefls of combatRonie drugs were known to the ancients, and many wet. In use in BElie.! times. The Brat public phacy to be qceted is beie ed to be that of AI-Marsur, the Arabian, in the year of 745 A. D. After Chemistry was Introduced In Ito Spain by the Keens about the year 1150, pharmacy developed. here rapidly. In ISO a phannaceeoaand lis of dag wa pt lished by NicmosaPru itus. WhZ th scec of drug. was slowly developIng, other methods of curg dsus were also blied. Tb. alchemist sought the philogopler's stone, which weld give everlasting hife and would convert base metals into ;old. Travelers, 'S 4 wuh as Poace de L;on went ifi search of a mythical fountain of etcrue yout. Later ther began a prolong study of plants for mediinal putposes and in time practically ever' leaf, root, bark, 'ec was aijected to va,,.us processes of 61traction and diatilton and the product tried as a drug. Very few plants remain which flave not bee otstd At the present time most of our .new drugs come from thie Iaboratory of the synthetic organic chemist, who builds up protuets unknown in nature. As an example we may mention A DOW drug which may pro', useful to physicians. It is ea~ed Novalgin but to a pharmaceutical chemist it would best be known by its chemical mame, which is. sodiumphenyldnhkihyniopyreoalensuh Iphenate. Buck names are not given to cpufuse the uinitiated, but are used to accurately mndieate the nature of the .chemical compound, -o that it may be distinguished from the thousands of related stetanes. The pharsadiat of the immediate future, in order to 1. properly qualiie to pratie i prof nio. must han a much better training in chli. istry than was required of his foraflitse waLteR noI'd write co Eart I IS flSUA BU K HI MalOrders I 3 I t I 1 HENRY a Sp. -GID DE N S U. *1' 1~ I ''1 'I, Popular Goods at Popular Prices at Demand Value and style Soc IeIy Brand COthes Monan Shoes, Matattmn Shirte, KnoI fla Are featured lines in the Giddens Stort. it I] K)' .-I '17l. EK.Panoast, of St. Petershurg, has reigned his poitia A me Vernt t -r CLOTHING 00 TANrA, flOEIDA And some to Sistr Or dream about the Umas And #utcgise the tr, I'd siflg a song to aU And the fragrance of h en. To the breezes in the And the misty Aprij itf. To the verdure of tht I' pen a S'CrSt 0? two; To the bleakness of Dc And the "good old sme a I'd seekthe Muse most In, every wood and nrese O'er all the seas end On brilliant wings of d And last but not least d I'd sing of uondroiw ma Oi all his love and iome, Since baman life begaa .W.J.W, Mr. L B. Bulley of Stinkat recently invested heavily 1n14 ley arnd Co., preferred stock'


--.~ -U ?nc WoaA ALLUG Ato PAGk T -y walst. At. Onht I I. hame?co-re-t so, this what you kuow 'boat a caternary g 3D(G ROME psu'rajfeelmg kind of lazy me wfl te time would pass, Shy jbh-bees are box, pgim ypr ear, r ws and stretch your awl Cli asleep in dlat,betib here! Alee. that an inward craving girl you met last eit of qudgy feeling -e pep; yS remlisO that every pe grades are getting that's week bumpshere! to count the days until sgst the hours .f laziness g km. went! turn in some jokes, we're ELEC ,TrI fCA, TI OF INDUSTRY fJ. V. Cutn. manager, In~i Department Wadunghouse and Manufacturing Cornpreentgeneration has seen -anng'of the cowimettiatI er electric motor alt4 in as eenmade bym t me beginning the eetic iarapidly becoming the cc fora of power i nail indusand in all countries. Shoegh the growth of the t-''con mes n th pat .the fture will bring even kflr ortnitis for t*o"e with the many phases imelectrical industry and for It other industries -who will qsivautag. of the developthe electrical art. lh public at large usually has little knowledge of the prg in t ei *e except it 4iirctly touctee the daily th.-ladividual, as in traurlighting, electric doubt-pbiances, and more reently In te ~of Iron and steel, StOle power Is ?eidtan in c 10 thor0 was stalled in this industry 230000 lip o which 560,060 hp. or 18.4 percent SWa. eetric intr. 6n 1014 the total horsepower intR~e was4,060,000, of which 1,. %000hp.Or 86.7 Percent wag In 1919 the total horsepower mnstaned was b5,ooo00 of which 2,.S11,O% hp. or 6 percent was electric motors.,/ This industry is tIrpieaI and shows the extent to which the manufacturers, of thitcountry are adopting this modern form of power and the great part it is plh1g in converting the natural resourea of a roantry into' hAshed prrduct, for the ate of mankind. In the mining *nd treating of ores, the mining of coal, the conversion of forests into finished pro duet., electricity has played an 1tportant part, and there can be no doubt but that th. extent with which this great agency is used will affect the relative position of -.-. -.~ latioms in the aass .t t world, because of the econoajas and =mroe product. Wwih arC Pgssibie by the use of electric Power. The advantage%df electric power are specific and definite in each industry. The sugar mill, of Cuba are tr. day using approniatdly 610,000 bp. of which about 30 per hunt is already electrified on .eccunt of the advantages peculiar to their conditions. The textile mills of Japan and China, as well as the mining operations of the world, are rapidly hcing electrified, each because of the economic necessities of the partiular industry. The research and designing engineers are nrpidly accomplishing the successful application of electrical machinery to those processes as yet unelectrified, the great ad.vnns made in the appartatus of controlling the actions of-'the motor, now making possible many applications heretofore accomplish ed by other means-a notable example being the sectional motor drive or paper machines by whiebh if at Ol are effected in the -mn of piaeer. The -se of electric, heating arpana in indrstrdd presses is one of the big problems of the future, and it may be eoservat-ire)7 estimated that the process's within the next twenty ywas 'fl deneloig apparatus for this, pur poe -mI be as gneat as the at-coiplisbaenbs in ifluminatiwi ani power In the pest. By C. E. Brlsbn, Engineerdng Dnvlsioa, Chicago Office Westinghoas Electric and Manufacturing Compony.1. No man should believe that the work he is. doing is being done in' the best possible nay. Nothing is so perfect that it cannot be Is-proved upon. The man who does Things a little better is the one who succeeds. 2. Haste is the teed of dig*couragenient and the. who hasten are laughing at efficiency which will surely result in diecou ra gemen t.3. One of the reason why Amealean buwinesa men in genes) a,. not as efficient as they mit. be is the fact that they invariably think of profits first with quail .y and serivre taking Ihe secondary peition 4ie maet are doing workr worth their effort, the things they 2. require'all of their brat, power aMd initiative and 0h king abou& money and paoft will seriously impair their efficiency and tzbility to succeed. &. Obe thing tlsat this world lacks is faith. We havent half enough of it. Most people are a]ways saying, "I can't' when They should be saying, "I will, and "I won't stjp trying until I have. 0. Fear is a great disease which underminee the initiative and ambition of man. Most men are entirely too confident of their ability to fail. if they are as conhdent it success, they would sely succec'l. 7. Cooperation in "Man an-4 Brain Power" grows keener day by day. Therefore, if you would attain the laurels of success, be aggressive, tear nothing, have con fidenc. in 'yourseff, know what Your competitor b. doing I FELLOWS .1 Patronize Alligator Advertisers ,. 0 I The Florida Afligatr-thle .0. publication of the Univeruity g of florida-YOUR paper-' 9 a not live mrid prosper as it I should without the sujlport 9 $ of its advertisers. They want your trade and are good, relie. 9 able firms to do business with. -* They are backers of the Uni-versity and its activities. They are making possible this 9 paper and wadit your busi) ~ness. Give it to them., STei~l emn you appre~zate thef$ p I wyked in A -.4 A Mu I S I I K L'1 N V4 I 4 I I -A '4 -4A -w Vt4 -1 K, '-Si -4 V V


EE FLORIDA AL 205 TUE H ARD A ATOt ,ttarnd as goosed class matter, September 28, 1912, at the Poetem at Gainesville, Filds, under the acts of Mai 1879. amaRIC H. LANGWORTHY-.-. -.Editor-in-Chief WRY-.-.Manaing WEEKS-.-:.-.Assistant Managing CfARLE'ION D. KEENE .Ast. Mgr. W. USSELL KING ....Makeup EGAR BUSBEE ...Society S W .AMM ---_.-.-..-.-.-Alumni JURRAY OVERSTRFER .-.-.-.-.--.-.Sport S.PARtRISH ..Anst. Sport .PA ENTEf. ..-. -Joke ..BERCACE ..Asst. Joke fl. D. St. JOHN .-.--.-.-.----------.----.--Exchange WIRGIL I. BRADSHAW-. --.-.Military Editor Ed MD r Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor reporters: 'J. W. Usher, Don C. Booth, G. A. Martell, TF H Parham, Sam Cornwafl, G. H. Blee, L. W. Rogers. HlORACE WILSON .Busines Manager I. A. RAMBO .-. .Assistant Business Manager AN APPEAL '13 THE CITIZENS OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA The Budgiet for the running expenses of the University for the coming two yenr hag already been cut twice, end it has not yet~ gnne to the Legislature where final action will be taken. The amount asked for was figured out by specialists rho cannot servwtive estimate of the running expenses for the next two years. The andount aasedfor was figured 4n4 by specialists who cannot buly but know just what will be the least amount with which our The Stt or f Contol we bieve, realizes this, but they nrc as ,aed that the amount named was more than the State could failed. A second Budget WAS prepared in which the saint down to the bone. It contained no appreciable ineresi except where it was for assistant professors who wer to funl professorships. 'he principal increase in operating expenses was assistant professors, only four more full professods I for. Alu thbs canled for an added operating expense $15,000 per year. ant was ct SIn salaries re advanced for being of marc asked about It is extremely difficult to see how the University is to continue to teadi the increased nuzvber of students, now well beyond 1300, withh the Faculty no larger ttan that required to instruct 600 men' four yen s gt .students of the University sincerely hope that the Budget Committee of the Legislature Wvill see and ap.prediate our dilemna and restore the original Budget which calls for ;bout $40,000 per year more than the Snount that the State Budget Conmis ion approves. CONDUT The University of Flortida is like a greet wheel propelled by thet dynamic force of its student-body toflrd an invisible goal. The succees of diii action depends upon the strength of the mntive power backing it, and -upon the quality of the force wtich pushes it. It is the unseen hand 'wldch not rly governs the rapidity and uniformity of the wheel's progress, but also guides it along th14 proper cournn. Following it, a nfute but forcible testimonial, is the imprint left upon thi sands of time. With this idea in mind, we see how inevitable is tbe trail we leave to influence the ideas the outside world may have as to the University of Florida. A wavering, crooked trail, weaving from side to side of the road, will dhout aloud the story of indifference or of carelessness on the part of a few. The studentabody as a whole pushes tbe wheel; a small body of indivduals, who, not realizing the magnitude of the harn% they are doing, may' shirk their pert a little and thus let the wheel swerve from the straight course. The occasion of duty from a few disturbs the equilibrium of the whole, and the imprint left behind shows it only too clearly. This unstable element acts not only through the medium of We mnvit $34 Specially designed to look as good in models have inve Some have bellow button through, a are three button. All in all it's a tho -iranship. Extra v SAC! This trait, oh, my Lamil Taitnn don't carry no teaNo bun-dusters nor Australian fina hounds. Lawd, Lawd. Lawd, Lawd, Lewd! Thistran don't carry no teaThis train don't carry no gripers, No cane-stealers nor watermelon Lawd Lewd Lewd, Lawd, Lawdt Ths rain don't carry no sneaks; This train don't carry no sneaks; No Vaselino., nor sidewalk shieks,Lawd, Lewd, Lawd, Lawd, Lawd! Oh Mr. Gallagher, oh Mr Gallagher What's that paper that they say is very good? It gives all the news, and it drives away the blues, And it does as well as any paper Cm Mr shean, oh Mr. Shean, I think I know the psp9r that you mean; It is full of peppy stuff, I iustj can't #ead it enough. Wht h Agl r Gallagher? be College Men to $35 $45 ifor the straight, slim figures of Varsity the thawdewn as they do in the aowcaue. rned-pleat Backs that finish with a belt. men-~tadosed Some of th ,s boulders; also belted. Some have patch pockets that thor patch pockets are plain. Some are two button. Sc., wing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished ake. alue is, of course, to be expected. Ederkher-Stein Suita at Fifty and Sixty Bohlr. ERnThlJG MEN AND BOYS WEAR Porer Clothing Co. ESONViLLE COM4FR BAY ANDLAURA A -3-.'C Ac JOHNSON'S PHARMACY Drg, MedIdinm, S ta thouary, Toilet and Rubler We guate personal ateton to THE PHIFER STATE BAN1( GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA rS--o FLORIDA BARBER SHOP WEST SIDE SQUARE Guaranteed Service and Courtesy is oir MOtt J. C. PREVA'T, Prop. Bedding, Pillow Cases, Sheets, Blankets RIBRONS--RIJBBON NOV EITIES IIADE TO SPECIAL ORDER -. See and Try On~ (ur EDERHEIMER STEIN CLOTHES I 4 '1 a .1 4' H I 4 I ; I I I, t 4 I I' t PAGE FOUR


Its S Itge -. -00CELMSAR D Theta Dance, AriS 27, flu Dsace' Apri! 28, forwa *JUNIOR PROM Fday night the janor -as en~ed to meet an PeagayAiditorium for the prpoe 4 ~amigfor a JIoe Prom der& Caumenemet week. *a lf-le of three was 'r. ,as by President Matth. S ha i mmdMa preperatieul gj.a Sante heretofore unequaled seegiven i henr Sfte B air Smaet -ln are under w*y. M~mytsit is a bit early to mnaimi the junior ciase wishe, to me. that every junior is .ga. I neceperation to make this year one which wiil Severy Sendcr who becwues an -tme to bane a glowing mey df Ma last few dayt here and a beart's desire, to return to de Aims Mater on each possible seo*7nt. CmI LA 2k hiDelt frutrky'a ha Se fanly of fraternities on the amu in October of last year. Uk -wr local was o-ganuie for Sm espnsa purpose qi petitoning -a Utional fraternity, Delta (NI Its members are Joh Heniecs T.M-Harris, L. W Harris, W J iMEr, Ward Johnson, F M Sutith .4, V. Chadwick, Jr., B. Jennings hat Bn L C Bonue, James Mcyme. and l& L. Hodges. PUNT CENC A2O CIW'YT Wedsaesins the --l Chsieal .sqeetytwrsa entsr-ty ndLowe". Mr. Snugg 'jmI a mate stdnhas had -a experience in this sub je t,. %s tim society. He trucedthe eve~ia d Love ad Chmistry em the beginning, and fialy enje his addres, with some very Mmftng tlieorlew of his own. *38wr nry itereating talk. by ht. Mack and Dr. Barslez the EU HONOR FDA-CL-GE Mah comment and curiosity has 6m nread by certain engineering suspectedd of being intel* tat that, who have teen rSiDE tilmselves recently with 6. sflements CS nifiety pwand .~ ail, sl1ng jointly froMn the flt by a length of young plow esa No, gentle reader, these ysmg -n are not doing, this to --4* S. .---sa. U Das *4**e**O 0. o s.woN*woii YUIIESI1IDY IN .1 S S am WIN DIATE I ---ATROCITIIS I. I. THE MUD 1 Published monthly by the Pill Club of the University of Florida STRICTLY SPEAKING The Y. N. C. A. Bible Study contest naue td a close Wednerday evening with D section, Thonas winner. All the sections shermt a great interest in the work and heen, competition has been shows for the leadership in the .etangs. The standing of the three highest competitors is t o!lout: D) Section Thomas 98.5 A section Thomas 89 E section Beckma ts At the Dible Atndy meeting heMd on' Wednesday evening Kenneth Heft led and many took part S the discwsion of the subject"Werq the Bible Study meetings a success The banquet will probably be given about May S or 10, but as all arrangements have bot been made announcements will be made rkter as to the definite date. It Is planned to have Cot. W. -J Bryan aS'well as many other celtritea at the banquet who Will deliver short addresses. Music It has been announced that the nomluations for the "Y" Cabinet for the next year have been made. They are as follows: President, K. dent, E. D. Hiackle, E. P. lis B. Bait, E. T. Clayton; iice PresiSecretary, 0. B. Dadis, J. C. Mat.thews, Treasurer ,x! K. Henderson, ID. A. Rainbo. PUBLIC OPINION ON WAX DEBTh REFLKC~TD IN TRIANGLE DEBATES Public opinion as reflected by the decisions of the judges in the recent Triangular debates held at the Universtity, at ,Columbia, S. C. and at Knoxyilie, Ten, proves conclusively that the allied nations Should not release each ether Iron, debts contracted for the purpose Negaiveteam& the three debating univenstbea received the 'Judge'e decisions in the debates. At Columbia, S. C. Florida's .1finatv eaT.S ergun and Tennesee's Negative team, E. W. flendrix and H. H. 'Baker. At Knoiville, Carroll Fusseli and L W. Jennings ci' the negative for Flordia won over G. H. Wiltkowsky and S T. S-akman fo Sot Carolina's affirmative. .Here in IGainesville. South Carolina's ncrative team of WV. A. McSwain and Coleman Karesh wdn. over G. B. Shaeffer and William Bambe'g. Florida's main affirmative issw, conabsted of the following points: 'The United States must assert itself in the World afairs, the relearn of debts would be paying a just share of the cost of the war. if the United States expe. ts to in the tcanb, Irumore tbat It knl ow, h Ar.atr: No aiy. We have wit u a He sita in te "r his eye The jul ite-collesa frni vhip of th. cap wilt take pate betweeth. Arts and Szlece and the lawyers Metinag flam next Friday OE EUm April 20, at S in Peabody AstitfliUS. The winncr of the dilate will be awarded the Faculty loving cup har tin costing year. lThe question for debate will be "ResoIved that the present Mescan government should be recogchaed by the United States." Roy B. Hekas. Gerald U. Bee,. and Ednun4 B. McGill wit uphold the honor dt the Farr literary sodiefy on the Nqgutive aide of th quest iLn For the lawyers on the Affirmative side will be Roger L. Lewfr, Decay L. Jennings and Lucius J. Cusan. Dr. Leigh of the Department of Chemistry will preside -s chairman of the meeting. Judges will be selected at an esrly date. In the preliminaries of the inter society debate. the engineers were defeated and by Arts and Science the Ag. by the Teechert. In the genii-finals the Lawyers eliminated the Teachers. The dating cup in rotation among the societies has been held two yearn in succession OnR three ocauoas The up i2 to b the .permanent property of the sojety which holds it for three consective years. At present it is in the possessiort of the Lawyers for the first year and if they can hold it for two more years in succession it will be their ProPerty and the Faculty will have to bufy another cap. AG. CO4Js APlLL o. 1923 Th. Ag. Cut, met Monday night for another woe of it's interesting session. Bat Hull .gave a talk q~ "Jigmd. and the future Ainedianl." Me told of the menaces of the imigration now going on in the United States and how This might 'efc the future of Sour country if it were allowed to continuee. Rat Ca4i gave the tiub tsr. Tahffurous seletions which were appreciated by all. Eat Hamilton Dulled of f some rare witticisms as only the Hamilton can do. About half of the hour was spent In' Partinmentary practire. A great deal of interest was taken in this part p1 the program., The argument between Geiger and Dowdeli was well worth the hour A.CL.UB PROGRAM, APRIL 16 Debate: Resolved, That ,the several estate should establish industritl courts similar to the Kan*Affirmative, W. J1. Crowley, H. C. Sharpley, Negative, B. F. Ber*lack, M. A. Brooker. Mounting Aligatorn, H. E. HamBrush up on your spelling??? Every Ag. man is requested to *bch U.". t Mr. Percival L i Was always gree But one nigkt aWbich set .1' gIlcn ie1 M>r Jasper Bau Is thoht by Let us consider the lengthy stject of geutlesnen' pantaloons, -or if the uniformed' reader is not familiar with that term, let us call them by their pleblan name "pant&" (Waugh! It turns oUr fastidious stomach!) To continue Pantaloons are undoubtedly the moot essential portion of the fashionable man's attire. For it is entirely cozceivable that one ,iight safely traverse the streets of Gainesville in nothing else but a pair of white ducks and suit of *Alaskan B. V. D.'s, but picture,. .1 you can, the gilded youth faring forth to call upon his ladi-love sans pant.! It is highly improbab We that even the most fearless of I r sofa reptiles would attempt such a thing, even on the night after the Tech game. Do you, ignorant reader, remember the pantaloons you used to see in the mail-trder catalogues, when the humble scribe was attending a select academy? They were tight, with huge cuff., and just long enough to cover theweaers garters. And now look at the reptilian contours of the modern ahiek's lower eitre-mities! Quante mutattus (That'e ILatin, dear reader) The sinuous curves of the tasty herrinetone reach the' earth, and the cuffless mavels etersafly polish the shieks shoes, and hide the rents in his hee. And more. Certain of the more radical of our lampa students have appeared in white flannels with superb black wedges inserted matters were considered and the movement to establish a ttate Iibuary commission was continued. spot o i kim q--t nxceediqnj Mr. Heywant M dock, Has the look St haddock Is he fast? Well, 11sq co-eds afl say, That i; a rivaffor-i "I went last night.' .I sppOse Conventional o a!, is black qE% Rat-"Wlo toad tiSg a track man? Soph--WIL. e. election and make Ufl Dean &fintoa: WLIe are you hnttsrnfred habl languages!" 4John Lcgfomd: 'RI l'ye got a Sprnish h get rid of" r-i -es-a nfl coo -efl FIRST NATIONAL BANK .Incorporated 1888 Capital $1fl,Sfl Surpies. S GAINESYILE, FLORIDA THE REXALL STORE NO.?' 719 W. University Avenue 4 'The Drug Store Nearest the UfhCnII Prompt Delivery Service P5Off 7EV Basemtent Language Halt racy, But that kills Which Gracy. In a way gets by Ii I 'I / I 1e n. I, i I! J r I, V I 9 I ii I 1 I $ a .e o + + + + + + + + ++ + + + + +


a @9*@4 a. -vs. DR EATEI U 4o this year the of the Urn-of their wereB aI~imum elimination aNg tre. 'chigm cago there are i lIn the e s ~may -i -and Fwim the ourth ThRIUM $l1WW,00 inassr *a o* day pay -s he *I. of Dr. track coach Tam achoci, With the a bomed ckxder path Obho hi db.n with.,a 'I thm P.0, -eie will be started Sam with the cxathat thewal dud.,r path and ready for U"S MD0Wf OUT -ron s p the 155 flastacowo in of prchaserm two beet. the elms of the The Una= WkNRfA L H ALL ee tra for a Memorial arhas been awarded by sttee of the University 0Wgia Completion of Warx alBall I. the irt project A.11 OO b Wid u pr g a It. Jek. a atioa-wide cpaj 12. h btdldag was orighnauy planned a a mefcr.1 to the alumni .t the Ublsal, and the founds tiop and gnaS fi~t wqvWrlt lack of fundsdiThewill be aecutned tudest activity buildig anj nadum. --Stude nt at o na Hop k s M odtuition with blood money, Uteri!fortmuusin prposes at p0 a thmnstuslos. AU the student has to do Is Ue Aowu, sacrifice a'lmole Mood and then collect $10. M o than IS0 students have listed thmslvsas being ready to me]! has benahsdadcafe transfusion bsmenecessary the calle for the operain. flok t~ ~ trade er hc etiets hi, bloo mony to a maxm -of $flO.-The Eins-Turn Phi. STUDENTS CB PRIZE ANT1-KISS LEAGUE Student, at the Cofleip of Emmuch romisiosoculat on at prinsfit they 07y. Bsdes If we inSt kisswhy not let the gentler mas tak the laaiv.Thi late sageStes has tbyion eadvar-Briham Young News. NEW 03BUEY ATORY Yale University is to easet a new obentory lath. sothe.n heal~nhens as a kwanh of the bsernaory It New 3av,. The telescape .WIN be of the 2hotagvaph refracting type and wIlN be cheated either I tNn e Eaad or Seuth Africa. -Mc Gill Daily. Mdtdglht butler, to friend, "DId you sign that not to use liquor a hobve a. F. "Why shurn I did, I otbrea It. 3 S. F. "I dot usho it assa age. I gibe. itt ierely a a icanti" stewed rsgeV' in' 'm leverIs it womab'S Instinct to be "whole hog or usn" tttiatt her vote against 5ntoxicatins liquor -I bie. hsiti --Me TE PLONWDA AlU IATOM oI N E TEO1Au NT TO BE HELD MONDAY day Night at S .'&sek; The annual opn tenis toursamant begins Monday, Apil 16 on the university courts, TMi, ii the last tournament to be held ti year the winner in the singles and doubles events are champions of the University without joet, a all studat. registered for cearses in the university and also all faculty members are eligible. No fet ae chrgedto those was Included in the student adtivSic no other sport interferes at this tune with tonni. it is k melted that many will eater the t and that .sme kesn riv211 Will be elhihited bet wen the gald and silver medal. and this is partoby a gneat Isemtine to Teentei a e md onth bofletib board~~ atteClee .JS. BODa RD a A. H. Dnia. = E teast a SlSf a32 Un. F in TAIO AND L Pbs. 354 I. -J YOUR RAZOR Sharpened at 'about anthird the cost of new blnae ISWEARiINGEN'S I AT IDEAL CAFE O"ytt"Fie"titie see so PAGE BUYS S POR TI NG GO OD S THE THOMAS COMPANY I. PATRWS CATHOLIC CHURCH B, MAIN STRE WT, NORTH Read John, S. T. L., haer SCHEDULE OF SE WOSl WUNA5-0:i A. N amd 7:Id -P-. WAU7*i0 A. K p p p s a. a. a. ww2wr w.' I S I ties-l. -*O AIA1SR4G at ANflINS www -w -U' .VMSlru Nwmiaow IC E Wi'tS T A SSe?MOTHER'S DAY Norah Norton Novelties -~2~~ I t V LA ~~1 K I 'ScF -~ .r A> t ~ Is V ~2' $1 S. K it r A hij E


win, EIGHT ; ~. -C -~ --v-s ALI*GATC a A WE 4 is a vsry reat dsaonmer to the student bo ly of the U versity *pat the Ta lbassee gi4 were untble to 6e in Gsine4* '4 last Friday evening to put onl thgr production. However, the tir~y n harge of the 'Tl girls and will be held next Friday night n Baird theatre. A dramatic p willbe presented *nd from p ent indications there will be a p edhouse to witness dhe pieseat ion. HERE AND THERKDo you know that There is more than Enough joy in this To go around? world .1 jl I K, ~ p $1 I I F I' i i Even if it is foolieh your chickens before hatched it gives you pleasure. Just he is will be HALTERS OUTCLAMED WN TWO CAMES (Continued from page 1) of needed strengthGilmartin, who straightened a home run, two triples and a single In Thursday-s game got bingles in a11 and three safeties out of four ttempts. His work with the stick has been a source of admiration for the crowded bleachers both afternoons, totaling seven hits in eight trips for an average of 875. Mclendon, holding down third base for Florida, Friday, hat three safeties in four trips to the bat and pushed Gjilnmartin for batting honors. Bange and Blake got two safeties each, one of the tatter-s being a home run. No Stetson stickman was able to score more than one hit in either game. AlTENTION to count they are a lot of Seniors tell almost any man that working too hard and he your friend for life. + *9* We can remember the day that flour sacks were used to make underwear go rthe kin instead of dish cloths like today. If the average girl wishes to get lilly white hands we know a better way than to soak her hands in dieh water tree times a day,. Suggestion to the average office holder as the greatest service he could do the communty-Just reA friend tells us he never knows what to do with his week-. suds. Most of us hang our hats etC -em and Junior'. V -(Continued from page 1) 8540 Yard DNsh-Cox, Florida; Dicky. Florid.; Bratley, Florida. Time 2 5-6. Broad Jump--Newton, Florida; Petteway, Florida; Tomlinson, Sewane.Distne23 fee 4 inh wavelin Trow-Sanders Seann fee, Newton. Florida; Burton, Sewanee. Distance 164 feet 9 inch. 220 Yard Low !furdles-Ton-linson Sewannee; Connell, Florida; Harris, Sewannee. Tkne 28-3. Freshman Low Hurdles-Monroe, Florida; Nash, Sewanee. Time 27-5. INTERNATIONAL RELAY RACE The 29 annuol relay race can-44**** ++ *4 4 + School of Commente We are seeking to strengthen I our organization with college men and women who have a knowledge of bookkeeping or Accounting. We are a national organazatimn and offer either permanent or vacation period work in your home locality to those who are interested. Good iorey right from the start wtih opportunities for splendid advancemerrt for those who qualify. U. S. A. Corporation 504-5 Benoist Bldg. St .Louis, Mo. FLA. U. BOYS-This is Your StoreClothes we'll be glad to serve you. ii WOLF BR OT HE R S PAGn Hltchecng ad. one or two spetacular stabs In the field while Mevlecdonmade a number of admirabl. gop. and throws. Stetson regitered only one error in Friday's game but in reality the fielding was quite loose ann slow although miscues on several occasions not being glaring enough to be noticed. GATORS TAKE FIRST DUAL TRACK MEET two I This rest who f 'V hi C a Ur xCIpeared on Franklin Field. The 1014 race was the most sensational race that has ever been seen in this country aa Oxford won by a hair. The 1920 race produced a new two mile relay record, thru this record was affaced from the books last season by the wonderfail team which the University Pennsylvania then produced. of MASQUEBADERS BE HERE FRIDAY NIGHT Papers in the cities where the Masquraders have appeared to date have been loud in their praise and approval of the show which is the fifth dramatic output (If the University of Florida. In Tallahassee especially the girls turned out 100 percent strong to witness the production and the house was packed. This loyalty of the F. S. WV. C. is indeed gratifying and pleasing to us, and we will endeavour to reciprocate this interest next Friday whei they come here to stage their productior. last year-s play, "Spaeish Nights." 'was a brilliant suocess, unlay. April 2-, and 28. Thu. great eauU~ Everything EjentricnJ IJos. J. -SEYKORA .'PHQNE II7 GAiNESVILLE, FLORIDA IA nice front bedroom; alko tablej boadone block northw,4j Co I leg. Innas a] "N the 1923] of the East" ever, Li' ai i. Vlow -Ute'.es an ably whten ?ot along '11 iadj(l sal under the auspices of the Uivernity of Pennsylvania will be held this year on Friday and Saturday, April 27 and 2A. This great Carnival, which -is now acknowledged to be the greatest annual tack and field meeting held any place in the world annually, will agairj have international importance. This is due u, the fat t that Oxford University. England. wilt senti a t wo mile teamn to Com'H 0 I: teq ,itl hy A G(odPuh IA Quiet Place CANOOCHg $ U 121 Urn I -a e .W. M'oatL DRUGOIgfl THE RIXALLg Llggetts and Nutc Gain-*.villc S H 0 E S Eagle H 0 I C Barber, FOR EXPERT SEIIUC2 If you call once aIid again. Nesit Door to AIaMW PALEY BOYD We ha'v pureha.ed lIt pair U. shoes, ,, was the one oft one This ,hi hundred color Ia, dirt and S. A rmy MIn zes a 1a I* t entire surpiw tii lie la'ge"tV & '.hoe confl iC h gnntind I per cent sodid I rk tan, bdlliwiI tual valiw of Owing u, th wi van offer 1w a $2.95. thi, ,Moei' L> trena-S sami t Tampa 4 4 SAL.E-ARMY SflOES-SAL.SEE MRS. Al. Ls .i EEl. o --0 -amen I Amerbach's Fine Candies I l0t IL GROCERIES e DORSEY & CO. I .PIANOS an h4n deluy or sn ordetnr I shies are DBMUa *,.'r:H we \~~Icetlb r11 Vpr~P tll Nation pan,. York, iii B~ti 2 N. V. slate SW' Broad'.!. -nflnet I *Iu ii ~'I .1~ Pa ESflA' th to oUt hh o pete in the American male relay champions wall be very welcowr ig news, to the th were present in 1914 mile team from Oxfo an4 in 1920 when a c ford-Cambridge two ir Suggested titde for a motion picture thadller:" Why Lie to Your Wife? 9 ft 'di & B. M. TENW OGinevi1 F1 lida 4$ 'I 'I II Y o u' re Welcome1 (rk pa--When you need It TilEENI college hip. and intA'r ,usand> whet, a 'rd was ombined Ice team I i pr aveR

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