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Y i ii WON$ IS !Ut SOUTHERN PENTATHLON_ CHAMPION -I!



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t .IORIDA TAKES FIRST STATE OPENITCACK LEONARD, CENTRE-' F. S. C. W. MASK- AND DOMINO CLUB, SCORE :


\ AND FIELD MEET. ENTRIES FROM SECOND MIDDLE- I BIG SUCCESS; "CHARM SCHOOL" PRESENTED


.' l. SOUTH'S- STRONGEST TRACK TEAMS KAUF WAS THIRD TO CROWDED HOUSE AT BAIRDS'

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SATORS 78 -
; ,CENTRE'S POINTS; Newton: captured first honors in ALL-STAR CAST; MISS i w

i fj i[ WONDER FIVE-MAN TEAM 42 NOTICE; STUDENT the Pentathlon event on Fleming FRESHMEN RETURN GARY FORD FEATURES 1: .
Field WITH -
INTERPRETATIVE
Saturday afternoon. Thoughthe f
.z'h -- BODY TO HOLDELECTIONS Ark was returned the point DANCES 1:j -
'J ".!ni Gators have arriver This winner, he was hard pressed by FROM EXTENDED 1

demonstrated to the full sat- Leonard Alick What is '
of Centre; College, whose Charm exactly r
;!r a a4ion of the gang Saturday "brilliant performance himas TRIP r :
*i&ernoon when their stamped '
3j track team one of the greatest of his class Maggie-"Oh, it's -it's, a sort L. < .
t aped up with the best in
the ; in the South. of a bloom on a woman. U
r Saatb and .acc Noticeis hereby given that Student you t t
u1ated. seventy- The
Freshmen
u
baseball
All the marks established team have it, you don't need' to have
fight points, while their nearest Body elections will be' held were t I
from their j
returned thru '
excellent trip anything else and if: don'thave
and 'you
the ;
bal, Centre College 'garnered at chapel Thursday May 10 th. are official records Florida
northern
Sunday and tho
::1J markers with their little fhesn This is in accordance with Section until the next meet is held. it, it don't much matter what t x
they weredefeated in a majority else have." Barrio: *, {
Fully
fifteen you
hundred >
team. .1 of the By-laws people i
,., and Article 6 of of their t
games they ,metthe best
witnessed the events knd And that's that. In "The Charm -
:,t sure was .a track and the Constitution of the Student were well ,
semi-pro teams in "
: meet rewarded by seeing one'of: theclassiest the state and School," presented at the :Baird E i ,
be
riU Body Association
II 1 s! J many moons before the of the, Universityof need' npt be ashamed of their re- _
ijectators forget Monroe's. fatal Florida. Student Body officersto ,track meets t ever conducted Friday afternoon and evening to' :

j misstep, King'Ss glorious sprint, be elected are president, vice- in the South,, and one that reflect cord.Altho packed houses, by the Dramatic f: : x _-.
tad Lawrence. Case's sensational president, and secretary-treasurer, great credit on, the officials the excellent record made Club of F. S. W. C.; these 'ideas ; fare }
fafeh whose hard work made it by the Rat foootball and basketball carried out, and the value :',
in the 220 when he passed three student members: of the bud- possible..
Summary of teams was not kept up in the of charm is -
.'Btd'and beat him by inches. gett committee, two facutly mem events. clearly demonstrated. S ;
Javelin baseball realm, just the same we Austin Bevans, a ;
I Bangs like these make- track' bers of the bndgett committee, -Roberts, Oglethorpe; young automobile
Newton, know those rats were in there every salesman, 1 .
meets remembered long after they cheer leader and two assistants. Florida; Leonard, Florida played by Miss '
: u over and the one yesterday Alligator officers to be elected ; ,Anderson, Florida. Distance minute fighting all the time Marjorie* Ward, inherits the Fairview ,
!* gas foil of exciting finishes.No Editor-in-Chief are 155 ft. 9-inches.. and if they were licked it was the Girl's School from his aunt. i
managing ,editor <
case of a better team and not I t
With the consent of Hiss Eliza-
one man could be picked out 1500 Metre-Leo I
./*Mk< individual business manager. Athletic association Anderson a.rd, Centre; .lack of the old Florida spint.Starting' beth Gerald, in "the role of Homer 1 ;
? star,as the,points i I ,- officers' to be elected are Florida; Alton. Flor- U .in I ,_ 'j
we' reaterkably ,evenly di'vided'sdong'the -president, 'vice-president, secretary ida; Roberts, Oglethoipej' Middiekauff St. Augustine"where'j Johns" ; who holdsmortgages Ron"I I F,:, ).
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they dropped three straight, old
entrants. Leonard, of, and lour student representatives. .. Florida..' Time 4':min., 65.4 the school which exceed its real -1
Cotre! placed in more events than I seconds.. man hard luck attached himself to ". valve, he proceeds to put some of ; ,
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Y. C. A. officers to be elected '
.. jM. > ** tho rats banner and '
jr,other,man but was 'fallowed stuck there his Ideas into practice. Homer
j cbaely by Wee Willie Middlckacff I are president, vice-president, .sec Broad jump-Newton, :Florida; like death to a dead nigger. He Johns consented to finance. the 1" _, :
f "Ao retarytreasurer.All : : Leonard, Centre; Middlekauff i stayed there till the last in -1
J was second in points scored I ', game schema of Bevans to teach the -
nominations must be In writing Florida; Anderson, :f.Jotida.Rob.. 'Pensacola when the Freshmenlost girls charm the condition t
i, Among the shining lights were 'W ., on that'l
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and in the hands of Langdon erts; Oglethorpe.. ; Distance, to that citie's diamond fall :>!>
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-Carter, who scored all of Fort representatives one was to in love with hiin."r
,. Pierce's points; Berryman Centre's Fuller, secretary of, the Student 22 ft. ,fi in.. and like the-Arabs fold to which Bevans readily ascents. : .,

(" t streak of lightning; Leon- Body Association,' before midnight Discus-Roberts, Oglethorpe. ed their' baseball gloves and silent B vans gives positions to his tour '

wd, one of the best all-round men April 27,, 1923. All nominations Newton, Florida; Middlekauff,; ly stole back to the habitate of ,indigent friends, David :MacKenzie

f ever seen on Fleming Field; Mon for Athletic Assodationjrofficers Florida, Leonard, Centre; Anderson the gator '(Joanna Curtis), George Boyd

tt we'who' tripped 'on the last hur$9 must give full name, olasa;and de- ,,Florida. Distance 132-ft.: The 'Rats have been without a (Teresa Murphy,) and the twins,' 3

(i in the 220 low, but came partment of the/ nominee and be '1 1.2 inches. coach since the Varsity took Gus Jim and Tim Simpldns < (Daisy

Jack) strong and won the 440 low signed by at least ten members of 200 Metre-Leonard,. Centre; Beasly! for their:own and they are Paul and Ainsle Harris): The

hurdles McDowell, and jn fa.ct. the association. Newton, Florida; Middlekauff, not 'altogether to blame for their twins fall in love'with the sister of

( tb whole crew. The evenness of ;)I. F. BUNNELL Florida; Anderson, Florida; Rob bad luck, and with these games George Boyd, (Gtusie Glen) Sally. i

$' Distribution of points per man is Vice-president of the Student erts Oglethorpe. Time 23.8see.. out of the way with hard work 'George i? already hop2iesslr fa
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; hown by the fact that the highest Body. and a lot of pep will come thru I love \ its Eloise Benedotti (Clara

tad elveen and the sixth- man the season in fine style. 'JoJ-/t=vrt). the presidcn of the FJ _,

fire to his credit the Rats combination lay in the S,.rier !ass at Falrr.!.! :." His i:: '
This SOPHS. TAKE DIAMOND ability of one, Horse Smith, to connect l '
meet winds up the moat VARSITY LETTER We ;* not mutual however, *r.dth ,
raUeeasfnl with the old horsehide and
season on the local *> romantic Eloee promptly falls "Mi
t feM that< Florida has enjoyed and CHAMPIONSHIP the habit Plockerman had,of mak- !.. !r\e with the handsome .:

the interest aroused has been the ing the ambitious would be Babe MEN AWARDED If sjyo) of her advance, she, ,re. r '-
greatest since Ruths of the Sophs perform calisthenics *. -'- .-
track das introduced : C. *. no encouragement, an* ... ;
|"j *tJie University. With the well- \ with the various and sun- SWEATERS sly t'ns away from scio,'. '9lh t- _"

> balanced aggregation*the Gators dry portion of wood they carried (* ci t'tement her guardian lIo: ..

"! With two out and second and to the plate with them to orna- -- e. ,"_{'n!, learns of the trus stair: : : .

third overcrowded with SophmoresRat ment their shoulders. I Dr. Murphree presided over of affairs, and upon Bava Off return f', ,;.;,
the9 are scheduled to take part in Parrish playing second forth The Sophs by their victory wina Thursday morning's chapel, the with his ward he foreclosesthe (

\ext'month.Too Rats- booted a line drive andthe leg on the pewter loving cup feature of which was the awarding : mortgage,' zed plans the f

given much credit can not be two runs tied the game up-, with iron trimmings and next year p* sweaters and letters to the school back in the hands of MissHayes !

i \ai to Captain Atkinson, who The sophs won in the ninth when it will ,be placed on: exhibition atone 'varsity football men, and the played by Miss Vesta I..e,

,' UJ tiring coached the team and to who two hits and an error gave them of the local jewelry stores be- awarding of letters to the track his divorced wife who wa.. formerly -

their labor the Gators .owe the marker that was necessary fore being battled for again. team of last year. Men to receive second in charge. Bev zu,

weld.V0.present place in the track to win. Score _._... i....-_... 0_... R H E the track letters were: "Ark" : heartsick and disgusted a: the

;, She sure was a fast feeding ex Sophs. ..,...,_._... .......?__ 4 5 2 Newton, Rolf Buckley, Dck; Hare loss of his school (and his job,

I thank you, Captain. hibition of the old pastime up to Rats ...._...-._.__ _...._ 362 O'Neal Cox, Arthur Sollee, and tells Eloise exactly what he thinksof
of
WO Summary Events: the fatal seventh both teams pu tBatteries, Sophs, Pendarvis and "Bin" Bivens. As is well known her.tt' the end of his tirade, _
yard ,
: dash-Berryman "Ark" set a new record in the ;
\ Outre ting up an excellent (Continued on page 8)
; Butch, Florida Dalmedg, Conner.
; S.
I. A. A. broad Incidentally
jump.
= 'r*:C.c.; Case, Florida. Time 10.4 of good team work and air tighpitching he had increased the old record- __ .r _.___ _. -
i_20t; dash altho the dizzy base running
-Berryman, Centre; by nine inches during the attached. Dr.
: C6 of the rats lost them several JIM WINFIELD BACK present Murphree presented
*, Florida; Blitch, Florida; Th rats were FROM TRIP FOR EXTENSION season. Buckley took second in a these sweaters 'to Duncan Doty,
Iq'; chances to score.
I'} Oglethorpe.' Time 23.6. aforesaid baloon DIVISION fast half-mile at the A. A. U. meetin Dickson, Scott, Byrd Barchan,
'A. C.. to the
q.; Crown, Florida; Bishop, leading up this Pendarvi Atlanta, Cox placed in the mile Captain-elect Robinson, Case,
but after
440 dwh-jCsue ascension,
13orida. Florida: Byrd, deposited the "Cooter". Winfield president of in the same meet and Hare ran Hokinstead Newton Pomeroy, ;
,Time 52.7 seconds. .I tightened up arc bench fast as the Student Body returned to the a quarter of a relay in about fifty Hodges Mounts, Gunn, Die, and t
' their as
Cox 885 yard dash Kimball, Centra; Rats on And the Sophswere campus Friday from a two-week's seconds. Sollee is well known in' Carlton. Jimmie Boyd received
Florida; Dickey, Florida; they came up. the broad pole vault, and letter. '
champions' by the trip to West Florida recruitingfor jump, a manager's These men .
fo DnUey e nds., Florida. Time 2 min. 1,Gi 'assembled acclaimed hundreds who witnessedthe the C. df. T. C., and doing 100-yard dash. Bivens is a well- constituted a wonderful football = # -

general publicity work for the University. known distance runner. machine during the past season

t mile run:--KJmtall+ Centre; fray. Pendarvispitched Cooter is treasurer of Thru the kindness and cooperation rolling up 239 points to 51. A review

% Carter, Ft., Pierce: Gilroy, Flori For the new champs ball and ,aUround the C. M. T. C. in the FourthCorps of the R. O- T;; C. Exchange of the seaxun is unnecessary,

AIda-Z Time 4 min f7.6 second.niile consistent Brackens at.third Area", and prominent in ,C. the pigskin Varsity were awarded as everyone :* r.rcvdy .faixQirwith
playing of I ,
run-Kirg, Florid: Rob- The feature of M.. T .C. affairs in the South. beautiful sweaters with: letters the enviable record made. ,
(Continued pleasure. .
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..-.,+ * .* .* *.+-*-#.*' *.* '* .* * *-* * MISS MILTIMORE NEW UNIVERSITY MEN WHO ARE I DR., MURPHREE TO Antxi
i SPEAKERS HEARING Op Al:
SCHOOL
HIGH
LIBRARY
.j:.. _.____,_i_ PRESIDENT PROPRIATION CO .
: t ; > ALUMNINEWSa ASSO. OF FLORIDA Reservations have been made -- ,

r ':: with the following professors to :The joint committee of a. "
The fourth annual meeting of nations of the
'" deliver addresses at the several Howe
J-, ', W.AMES and
L r .. r' the Florida State Library Association schools over the state. : has invited the Board Eerf,
.: : high of <
j was held at Deland, April and the heads of ?
Tarpon the
j U ........- .......- .......- .............. .:. .. .......- .......'.r...;... ...... ....... ........ ........-.:.- ...". .".' .-Y---"W. .. .. .. .W. .._ ... ... ... ..- ..- ...- ..- -- 12 and 13, under the auspices of Springs Dean,Trusler Oeh hofee.: Largo Dr., Leigh cational institutions of varicua the,2'

I the Deland Public Library. Offi- Eustis Fort White. Dr. Farr, Key to attend! a meeting to
E. Helm former U&
It is our sincere wish that everyone 16 B. a mem- d'and important
ect several res 'Bunnell. in Tallahassee
Dr Enwall, on
West. They
ber of the University band, played { *
4 of the alumni read the editorial olutions were adopted. 26. *.*
with the St. Augustine band during
in the last issue of the Alligator The officers elected: 'for the coming What shallI Dr. Murphree will
the Ponce de Leon celebration. I dropped an egg repress I.
in regard to. the Budget. The Helm is now a salesman with the year were: Miss Gertrude dot University of Florida at tHim:
a in nutshell is this Miltmore, Librarian of the University ;- Cackle. ing. J
whole
: ; I thing a ; Florida Brush, company. ,
of Florida president; Miss
'lt is extremely difficult to see
} Mann, Deland, First ---.-
4 i 1 I how the University is to continuefo '14 N. R. A. Becker, B. S. E. F. Gertrude C. '"
Vice-president .Dr. Elroy McKen-'
.teach the increased number of who has been with the Michigan ; : :
dree Avery, New_'Port Richey,
4 ; t students, now :,well beyond 1300, State Telephone 'Co./ of Detroit' Second Vice-president Miss Em- Tjj..
with the facuUy no larger than for 1!several years, is spending a ;
ma Moore Williams, St. Peters-
.that required to instruct 600 men vacation with his people at 1534 .
burg, secretary Mr. J. F. Marron,
;
1 The growing street, Uacksnvijle.
:fouryears ago. Myra .
Jacksonville,. treasurer.
of the University is surely an indication I\ Neatly
Pat Johnson '11 and Leo Wilson! One of the most progressive actions -/ :
of the
I ,of the growth state
I '20, have been elected members taken by the association was '
'f Combed Hair
rb t : so that it ought not to be an undue wi 4
''ill'' of the. governing board of the the resolution urging the' adoptionof
burden to give the institution what
i' f $ r it clearly needs.- You alumni are Kissimmee Chamber of Commerce. the Library Commission Bill Nettly'combed In the rooming..
and the appointment of Mr. Joseph u but what'about three o'clock! in theI'
? 4 out in the state and have opportunity ,afternoon?
FLORIDA ALMNUS SHOWS Marron to attend the legislature -
i fa to hear this question from HOSPITALITY TO FRESHMEN ,in the interest of this bill. The I' For wiry, unruly hair for soft
'
r } both sides--we also trust that you : fluffy hair_for any kind of hair '
will' take the opportunity to help resolution "Resolved, That a cora' that won't:stay combed a9 day me
During the Freshmen Baseball mittee from the Florida Library Sttcomb-then your hair will stay
put this thing across like it shcudH' '
teams stay in Pensacola they Were Association frame a book list f ruse combed just as you want it. ,

I be." royally entertained by a former I in the Public schools; same to '" w Weal after washing your hair.
; s r'l Florida student who graduated' be submitted with Leaves the hair soft and lustrous.Atk .
hearty recommendation
r Willie Green Wells, '21, was'a ,
j
Iubu.foiia
Sticoob
p Visitor at the University the past from the college of Law, Montrose of the Florida 'LibraryAssociation Rub. your : ;' zass.

i 1"/' week- nd,driving, up from Tampa Edrihi, otfieiwise know as Monstrous indorse the work of .o.r.P&L SflWI At- ,all druggists.J ;" .... {i
their the National
was past.
I Federation of Music .
for the and Scabbard .
Kappa Sigma
,rM:. fi't and Blade dances. He left- Due to his activity" the games Clubs and the General Federationof / lu tie Hour.Stay C,mled ."" /0

I were underwritten by the*'junior Women's's Clubs .in establishingmusic -r
ri : Sunday morning:with a carload of '
r } chamber of Commerce and the sections .in. public libraries
Ii! boys for Tallahassee and reports
1 team was the guest of honor at were unanimously adopted._ .-- .
F having the usual good time to be '-- --
three dances and was tendered
*J had at th F. S. W.. C.
$ campus.
: f 1 several sight seeing trips thni'the COL. W. E. KAY TOADDRESS

surrounding ..territory. CHAPEL Popular Goods at Popular Prices at
'E f YaM: E. Huff 21, is a visitor on j.
I the campus this week and has Which all goes to show that the -, i ;:

I. ;1 been, around: greeting his old Florida spirit never dies in Floridamen Col. W, E. Kay, chief conhselorofahe.Atlantic : BUDKH1M'Sj I

:i 11'' .frie ds. As. one of this year's and that no matter4 how long Coast'railway: will ,,- : *i.. .**:1
\ f Brats said, 'He'. seems to know they have been out of school or visit us and deliver:anraJU>eEsJn i

.( ;J everything around here, hes have been away from 'the state chapel Thursday April 26' ..
their affection for the old':University .Col.;.,Kay will arrive in his private
talking.to the old men, he must. bean '
:;old .'Florida man." is something they keep and car oh the evening of the 25th f
which they'show. on every occasion and will continue on to Jacksonville
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( .0 Johnnie Almond,..'22r ie:now As- that arises on the 26th.. UNIVERSITY MEN
aistantiField superintendent for The'colonel is one' of'the.niostrenowned ,
:tthe Southern Utilities, Company: REPORT.YOUR. ROOMS : 'Sout1 m- attorneys, lie : <. :i -
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TO DEAN NORMAN 1 is interested 'b( education of .. ,
tne\ '
His. work. ..takes him, .around the I tf' ;> ; t- 'j'IIi' r .1
: t > the oung 'm 'n of Florida, ;'and Demand Value and> '
i. -otate- quite a hit so, that .he gets style
The time for securing for all students .1I
to meet. ,.many old, Florida. men..Johnnie \ rooms will miss one of the '-TZ.: ; -' : '
f says, "There isn't a sin- the 'attendants' 'at the summer greatest opportunities '-of the, yearshoald'fhey ;;' $Society Brand Clothes. .' : I I *

gle }arge town I,have,been to, and school is 'once more 'at Hand, 'and miss hearing CbLKay.: 'r i' .
i ft11'iat9
Hanan
., Sb MSnhattnn.slr ;
I II .;aost-o:,f\he: small' ones, .but'what Dean Norman has made' the following ... \. '- .. .'. es' ,. .. -

.,vve. have..eome, Florida man there. appeal to those* who have Dwight, Crane/the .rat,: starting' Are-fe tured lines in the Glddena< Store. !,.M .,

,t Jt surely isa_ pueasure, to meet 1 rooms: to let. If YOU' did not go to pick. one of Mrs.. PeelerV flowers > M'*. '. F"
tji t ,these ..fellows 'and talk .over old 'to the meeting which the'c dean' hAS ; Tenitentiary offence, Rat. ; MaD Orders a Specialty.v' ,- ;
: : called( for this afternoon it will Rat"Penitentiary 'nothing! .
J times with.them"._ He was at St. ;
; l'l' l I.. I.A gaatiae;: during the Ponce. de be. ,a good thing to call up' by Death" ; :; :-C, '
Leon Celebration and gave us -'phone or write a note to DeaD .- : .
; .r t _some news cvoneerning some of Norman, and inform him just what knee this summer is unusually j i ,

:j t the alumni whom. ;he, has seen. .roots on have and where' the are bright. All rooms 'in the ,dormitories -
t if i :. located d; giving our name and ad have already been' ;reserved,1
1 1 t James Franklin" Sikes' '16' better dress Very clearly. Following is which js. two weeks .earlier than; .

; .known as Jimmie is now City the Dean's call for a meeting- in last year. This makes' it necessary "i.4. '. '-" :"-. ,.
'
I this connection. for all othez students to be
5 ) ; f .Attorney at, Clearwater: and; has a
d very1'successful law practice. "Owners and managers of all placed,in private homes and room- '

': i private homes and rooming... houses ing houses. HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO.

L Stanley Cooley,,former student, who expect to take roomers during 'A list of available rooms will r

:; E o : .is now wcrking in the First National the coming Summer School, June .be made out at the meeting on TAMPA, FLORIDA .

It bank of St. Augustine and 13th to August 8th, are requestedto Thursday afternoon and copies

.. ,Mi ; *. playing on the Saints baseball meet in Peabody Hall, Room sent to prospective students. .
i team. Cooley gets some of the 17, Thursday,afternoon at 4 o'clock J. W.'NORMAN.
credit for beating the Baby Gati The purpose, of the meeting is to Dean Teachers College and

:' ors three straight games. devise plans* by which students Normal School .,
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may more easily select their rooms *

;S, ; i t '21' Free! Mellor, is practicing: before arriving on the campus. t----

., law at Fort Myers. The outlook for a large 'attend- .pKSfaS2f2ElSa2fi .
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E *21, McCoy' Hubbard, is now 1 !
ti t! } with' the Florida Power' Company MEET ME AT f ;'

i!l : .of Dunnellon. The last we had "
h l; beard of him he was doing' construction Sanitary Cleaning; &

y !,!> work-near Jacksonville. Pressing Club. 0 1'MILLER'S L .j.ji

t'. '22, Lefty Liddon, one of the Opposite Star Garage
:i former mainstays of the Gator I

ri : 3 \; pitching staff who was formerly LET US CLEAN 'EM *
( In Okeechobee, is now located in 'I I We Are At Your Service f' : \

: i Fort Pierce. We failed to ,aseer- No Place Like .
I | Dyeing and Pressing Also Home and MillerV t
tain just what he is doing, but I g
+ it is a safe bet that he is playing I Phone 675 J I. tf

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GAMMA SIGMA .... .... ....... .... .
!. CHEMICAL EPSILON ..... ..... -.-. ..... .......
y pca Alpha House Party, Ap FRATERNITY
.>...e'" :' 426; 27,'28.SerPentTheta. IIELD BANQUET- The mss quraders presented their t

. Formal Ball, Unjjff&r -- 1923 production Dream Stuff" at -
., ,Gamma the .. ....... .... ......
lie .. Gymnasium, April 27. Sigma Epsilon, the Baird Theatre on Tuesday ...... .. ..'

J :pirate: Club Dance.April 28. honorary chemical fraternity of night and, as on the occasion of SPORTING .

,e xior Prom, date pending. the University. held its annual their first show played before a Football GOODS
teL ,_foe Banquet at the White It Ted I
House crowded house. The .
on of
quality the
" ...SAPPA SIGMA ANNUAL Thursday evening. The banquet players is a distinct credit to the Hardware of An Kinds
,
J marked the end of SEE US _
the
i iI i r' INSTALLATION BALL of the second year Masqueraders and to Father Con- -- ,
I existence of
the noley their
dramatic
fraternity
coach, who
on the o .
campus. THE THOMAS ;
is the writer COMPANY
of "Dream
I :The Women's Club was thegene Dr. Stuff. '
Leigh head of the The Masqueraders Phone 22 -
depart left Fri-
of one o fthe merriest so- on t
ment f.
of
;. functions of the season last, Black, chemistry, Professor players in their recent trip thru WEST SIDE OF SQUARE S
and Dr. Beisler
the that night. On
1 night.. The Kappa Sigma three Saturday they

...sal Installation Ball Though were members the of speakers the chemistry, of the faculty in move the to metropolis Tampa for of an,the appearance .t:... .-. ....... ... .............,

! iW s Friday, the thirteenth, The, evening. West : j
seniors jS
in,,
Gamma Coast. On
Sigma I Monday night
;Ep- they
tfc re seemed to ,be no spooks or silon were J F
also Called on for short will be in St. Petersburg for the
2f2fnf5nnHiacui3nifufQfiS2n
*r hard luck omen which in ;
. any speeches. R. L. Stanley presided final show of their second trip of !fi '
1< hampered the joy of those as
toastmaster for the '
the season.
occasion. They will returns
pr oit. An unusually large i
num- Gamma
. b of Bests,from all parts of the founded atthe Sigma Epsilon wa home on Tuesday afternoon. For | GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANYf
University in 1921 ty-three men including cast, stagehands a
state were present. The affair an dhas !
become one of the strong electricians, managers and
wiI formal, but just enough in- honorary societies others will make !IiR
of the campus. the trip. Victrolas and Records S ,
fcpnahty was in the atmosphere It has for its !
purpose the creationof
w| ake every one feel free toalcy
special interest and v higher PEABODY CLUB
the occasion. scholarship in the field of chemist I D.,R. COX, ProPrietor. TELEPHONE 86 [
:T& club room j
was spaciously ry. The Peabody club is different ,
Nd irtistically decorated in thefektemity'colors The society announces that the It haschanged".. The advent cf the !y Ii; IS

of red, white and following new men have been tak ladies has acted as tonic in

pees. Directly in the center of en in: N. D. StJohn, L- E. DuPont, I adding I'fr to the, clue. Attendance -

tfe, tage was hung a large star R. L. Stanly, T F Kennan, Ercelle has picked up clmosi five .

; ..f' resent badge of the rater-- fenders, W C. Sumpter, J. B. hundred percent and In every way

Sty, set with a total of twenty. Hazard: and Paul W. Hills. :All the membership has change .

even lights in the 'poplular col- these men are upperclassmen who $es area crt every newt and coats ST." S PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH

'tSfs :of the evening. The lights have completed two years of work are com71 \n. No acsharau:faces E. MAIN STREET. ,* NORTH '

''ironght out forcefully ,the large in chemistry with high scholastic are seen in Peabody : me :irs ,
I. Sreek letters K. S. on the badge records. now] anal everyone Ai nas t" do Reverend John Conoley, S. T. L., ,Rector -

'igaiart a solid background of r something to draw attention from .. TELEPHONE 629* .',: 't t -
;t eamers. From the center of the SCABBARD AND BLADE the ladies, even if it !s /thinr ,
I
jttditorium was suspended a hoop ANNUAL DANCE but. seconding a mot;jn. f SCHEDULE OF SERVICES h' '
II! jtora whkh streamers in belTshape By the way I was to write up the SUNDAYS -
-10:30 A. M. and
r 7:45 P. M. '
are draped to the sides and the The series of dances the past the last nesting, wMl. because ,
! EKDAYS-7:30 A. M.ALEX .
f'wmers of the room. On the ends weekend were concluded last Saturday of some unexplainable difficulties .

over the streamers were little pom- evening when the members or misunderstandings the pro.

peas made in the fraternity: col. of the Scabbard and Blade Military gram was short, consisting mainly .

S i on. The lights were covered so Fraternity entertained, with a of a debate on the subject, "Re I .
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)I ,u to cast a subdued glow on the formal ball at the University solved thaat the manufacture u f ... ... .'. '

1 {[ .merry couples below. The girls gymnasium. j cigarette tobacco, should) be prohi- : : CAFETERIA -.1.- '

t #[ 'JB' beautiful evening dresses and It was truly a military ball and bated by the Federal: government: .

: the ,boys in full dress enhanced the motive of decorations helpedto The defenders of thetaffirmative. ; : : .'FRESH CLEAN-: OOD : f

J ,tta beauty of the dance. enforce this idea: The entrance were Messrs. Hait and Towls, of i : .

The syncopating "Floridians" to the' hall was guarded with ajhuge the negative, Messrs.' Ritchie, andEbing :: Here's the place. to get : !

t rode; the .capable; direction of / gun. In.. 'ach corner was r. The affirmative got the 3 what you want when ,' ; ."" ,
Bobby Swanson place$! a machine decision by a,two to one vote.. Thecritic's ,
S
I, rendered a dance gun nest, and310ng : '. '
you want it.
report followed the debate : :
.t ,program novel and peppy throughout the sides were rifles. Several
t They responded generously tents were pitched' about the Immediately after .it was a, motion i i "
I' ',for, adjournment.. ANYTHING at ANYTIME :
j to many calls for encores. hall and inall it seemed one might '. i I

.i Booklets Programs in were the fraternity neat minature colors From:e dancing the center in a'of real the army ceiling post.the .; KAPPA... SIGMA'DANSANT: ....... ... ... ........... .:..,:.; I 1-1A ,

with,,a shield engraved in.gold on colors red, white and blue were -
.In honor of the visiting
Jf the front., Just inside were the suspended in streamers to the side young
ladies and friend memberSc It
the -
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of the building.
names of the chaperones and ono The national col
Kappa Sigma ,entertained with SEE '
the next page was announced the'J ors and the battailon' standard, -S ,
informal dance afternoon Vidal Drug
an
Saturday
Company
Grand March with the names of adorned one end of the hall.Swanson's t
I Floridians at the Women's Club. The FOR-DRUGS. STATIONERY I
'J the leaders. An order of twelve furnished TOILET ARTICLES

'lances followed with an approp- I the music in'their regular, original decorations the night before.used, were The the Floridians.same. an CAI' 'DIES, SOUVENIR. CARDS, WATERMAN PENS f I. --
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;. hate verse following each one. style. The Grand March was from
played a progarm
snappy
led by Franz Paul and Miss TessieI '
Promptly
at ten o'clock the j l four to six-thirty. ,
;& Grand March was led off by Leo I ,Glass of Gainesville. Programs - - --- r

.; Butter of Clearwater and Miss were cut in the shape of an officers I t i

t H VJilcox; of Jacksonville. As cap, neat and very attr cth-e. t .. ,

,=- peach young lady left her partner Fruit punch was served through: the debaters was; a sent EO I t MOTHER'S DAY' : f ;
II IIof
out the the others their speeches for ,
:t ** the march and passed around evening. gave j J I :'
j : to.the, right side of the room she The committee in charge waseom'po information, no decision being rent j !
tea "*"' presented with silver d of Franklin West, Lan- dered. Mr. Crowley, Mr. Berlack t ta f''I ", the appropriate thing* in a card. ,
a dij- ,
reen, bearing the fraternity coat- don Fuller, and George Stanley. and Mr. Brooker handled the subject It I "

f-arms.. Chaperones were Captain and Mrs t Well. l

Fruit punch was served thru- I Van Fleet Captain and Mrs. Ryder Following. this., Major Floy. *: I t!,

f*Qt the ,dance and at the intermis- I Captain and Mrs. Atkinson, took; the chair and conducted : Norah 'Norton Novelties ,

non, block ice cream with the Captain .and Mrs. Bafr.es, Captainand spelling match Mr. Hamilton and
Mrs.: Amis. Mr. Geiger acting as captain. Mr !
Jreeu
i ty t red letters K. S., cake bearing Geiger's team won in the almost ... .. ..... ..... .-. ... ... -- -- ... -- -. -.. ..... .... .
star S
on each piece, and fl
' ': 'lemonade,, AG CLUB ridiculous match.that followed.

*The ....- Then |Mr. Roy Driggers gave
I, the: evening dance was lively all through An unusual program was in a short inspirational talk, emphasizing STYLE !

Zerienced and every one ex- store for those who attended the two points. Do well what ,
, a feeling of regret when y
: clock meeting of the Ag Club on.fon.day you attempt to do; and specialize
lhe L. struck "three bells" Im-
night. The first talk was by in some one subject that you hue ALL THE WHILE

, /mediately couples after the <>ance the Mr. H. E. Hammar on the subject chosen for your life's -wor*. ..

.'\ here a adjourned to Black'sc ao "Mounting Alligators". Mr. The program for next wee is W ,1',1'eel

waited them.tempin; breakfast Hammar has done quite a bit of The Ag Florida-Geor debate Oar system of operation makes :

t& this work, which enables him to Will be given before the club by for exceptte&a] valuea--oneieeH-
f committee
in 1
" ,dante tharja of the make his talk interesting and, instructive. our debaters..
was composed of O. B.: Sim.momEdgar He had a specimen of "Sports in Norway-Rolb K. Buc1'ey. service.! r! \ : ;

!.. Busbee, B. W.. Anre! iris work! with him. .
-'aDd tirk
r 'Dr. and Rose. ChaperoneVue The next event was scheduled to Failitntrtary; practice \ c i,
Mr. .
.Shealy Lake. Dr and, bars: be'a debate on the subject tiRe; '
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and biry Dr. and Mrs. Roemer !)r.. solved that the ,several states Capt. Arms, to recruit, with S&tta-Bata--F&raIeklag: Good / K}

Ne'e1, 31r.Simpson, Dr. an.i} .sirs. should,establish;Industrial Courts bruised toes: "Say.yoa: peckerwood r, .. .
and Mrs. Avers, Mr. One you haven't been wearing your -
arid similar i to the Kansas plan" 4
Mm .
: M. E. : : ':BAILEY THE
Lucas of Tampa, shoes long enough! ,: CLO'l\HJ.ER. i
and. ..
ors: Mueller' and Un. Recruit:":why Captain IV S
kilcox J
r of Jacksonville and Capt. and Mrs been, wearing' shoes since I TAMPA FLORIDA .
; Mrs ,R.:L.t' and-JUrsv Farr was '- "., ", -"
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er Dr, A. A .J' "" :1flilT nineteen*' '; ,-' ';;!f r '." ..
.Murphree. Dr. **uer. ; < .
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: j THE FLORIDA .AWGATOR! SHKHI >

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Entered as second class matter,September 29, ,1912, at the Post- 'r .
office at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of March S, 1879. "
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FREDERIC H. LANGWORTHY.EditorinChief '

KENNETH K. HANSEN .... .,..1..-;....._.._...Associate Editor : ':-We,Invite, College .Men to ,See and,Try On Our

ROBERT WRAY ---r-,, .. .TTTT ..Managing Editor -.r' "
c HUBERT' WEEKS'T'1'I"._. _..AsSiStant Managing Editor '

# CHARLETON D. KEENE_.. :':..:;"'..._...__..Asst. Mgr. Editor EDERHEIMER.'i
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W. RUSSELL KING ___...::;,. ":;;:;::. _: ....___...Makeup: Editor r

Y {P EDGAR BUSBEE ...;;....:: .-.1. : _, _._._...Society, Editor!' STEIN. CLOTHES ., _
B. W. AMES ...MMMMM... -.....__......:......._._..._Alumni Editor ': :-1 -
L MURRAY OVERSTREET _-MoJ-__........_.. .......-,.Sport Editor -

# H. S. PARRISH ___...::.......:......._._.:.._._.Asst. Sport Editor ._. ;:..,. $30 $35 $45-
{ W. G. PARMENTER ---I -..._:___.__Joke Editor {

1 ; 1 B. F. BERLACK _..___._____.___:...Asst. Joke Editor 'Specially designed for the straight, slim figures of Varsity men-ta2oed
f N. D. St. JOHN ____.___:.____.___--.Exchange Editor :. to look as good in the showdown as they do in the showcase. Some of'the

t ;I VIRGIL M. BRADSHAW _... .,.____.___._ :....Military Editor 0 models have inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt. '
J. W. Usher Don C..Booth G. A. Martell, T H Parham, \
t Reporters: Some have bellows shoulders,; also belted. Some have patch pockets that o
i : Sam Cornwall G. H. Bee L. W. Rogers.
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Some two button.
button through, other patch pockets are plain. are Some

); HORACE WILSON ____:._..._...____,._.Business Manager : are three button. ;

$ ; D. .A. RAMBO ...__..._..._._........_.Assistam: Business Manager All in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make- '

i t tranship. Extra value is, of course, to be expected. F x
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A"large share*of moral obliquity of ordinarily well-disposed

i ;"; or even exceptionally able persons, is the result of mental I Super.Fine Ederheimer-Stein Snits at Fifty and Sixty Dollars f #
t
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'; '; obtuseness, or, what is worse: ,of downright laziness. To follow '\

t i f out any set of actions, moral or physical, 60 their immediate result e EVERYTHING MEN' AND }BOYS WEAR i ,

Ii ,, i rf requires clear seeing and unbiased judging. To follow :
;
-C if : l" ; them out to their remote results or ultimate consqunces requires :
Porter
\! t\ ; ,a persistent and accurate observation, together with a simple & i

tt; desire to ascertain the truth, lead one whithersoever it may.

.[, 1 j t, :: It is amazing to see how many persons of good average intelligence o Clothing Co. t ;

1''i'I, t; seem to be utterly incapable of seeing how car-win- :" '.'4 ; .

dows, or window-blinds, are to be opened and closed. Nine persons ,'" < -

( p : out of ten may be intelligent enough to know.that a window A JACKSONVILLE, CORNER BAY AND LAURA
.r
G1 that is opened by lowering is closed by raising; but only one 0 j .
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jut of ten seems to be willing'to study the directions and mean- .

ings of slots and grooves and catches. If this is to be so in, .

r physical things, where all are uncovered to the grosser senses
of sight and touch, how much more must it be so in things
I 4 metaphysical and moral, where much is hidden and elusive and !4 + + +i,4)l ++4+41c

q complex. The grooves and slots and catches of moral mechanism >.I.
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i are too subtile to permit of our easily tracing out to a cer- "Have you a match?" --- -- .
tainty the mechanism of moral action. Although it is not to be "Yeah, I'm your match!" I i JOHNSON'S PHARMACY

'' j J : M expected of many persons that they could follow out the succession Oh, I'm looking for one with a Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods
1b of motion in all parts of ;modern printing I and folding head on it.-Georgia Cracker. t We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only It Itt

:'L4: prESs, it is to be expected that any person of low average intelligence Room-Hey,there, dont spit on t purest drugs used. Low prices.. Quality considered.
Gainesville Florida.sssKffi&fiHsinf .
It can ,sE7r that the white Paper passes in continuously atone the' floor! -1 .... --, -s...---- -- ----
; end, and (Tomes out in a quick1 succession of printed and fold- Mate:-S'matter, floor leaks? ,
p7 ed sheets at the other. -

A scientific journal, in discussing recent reviews, expert- A :Mormon is a man with an !*i ! !nfil1fifi! .J -

: j I and popular, on the subject of the healthfulness, of taking fluids, exaggerated idea of his. capacity- 1 1jg
r at meals, concludes the discussion with the remark that "A little! -Georgia Cracker.He % THE PHIFER STATE BANK i.
:-Bullock has had
attention to one's sensations in such matters will far better fix life a- disappointing GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA KW

A i ;' the e'si-?; ble'limit than all the data in the world. This is just Co-ed Why, so? ifiiffia TfaUf2ffi5Hffi! $

r t ,' as true in moral as in physical questions. The scientists turn a He prayed not tobe, led into-
I ": somersault once in a decade, more or less, in their views of what temptation:- 'and''his prayer was
e is healthful and what is harmful, so that the suffering world granted. < .. ------ .. -..- -- -__ _4I '

i waits in vain for a final doctrine to live by. But as little attention t FLORIDA BARBER SHOP I :
,_; 1 4 to one's.own bodily experience will serve him better than the A certain well-known man on the t WEST SIDE SQUARE I
'; fickle data on the theorists, so one has only to observe whether of campus, while looking over the list Guaranteed Service and Courtesy is our Motto -'
prospective bids for a dance, t
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a one line of temporal interests diminishes his zeal in eternal in- remarked, "Cross that guy off, his J. C. PREVATT, Prop. t
terests, whether increase of theatre-going stimulats hire to an tux;: fits me exactly" + efA-- -- ----- .... ... ... ..,.
; incrase of church-attendance, and so forth. If he can not recog- t
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; nize such causes and effects in himself, he can at least see that John Ltanassoff made below 90 I
I of two of his old schoolmates, the one who never drank any alco- in. one subject one month, and his -

holic, beverage never got drunk; and he can also see that the parents' threatened to call him
; home. Hat Leduc passed three Bedding, Pillow Cases -
,' other one never got drunk except by taking the beverage in hours once, and his daddy had him ,
questiop.: Is any philosophizing or physiological or psychological come home to celebrate! Sheets, Blankets I !

f' 'za&1noa ,aJUS 9ifl ouruLrajep 01 papaau ulup ,- ", ;
iH! -..- 1-- m.m..___... They say that the co-eds, theyain't RIBBONS-RIBBON. NOVELTIES I
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got no style. '
i ij f DRINK MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER b
They're style all the while,.aU I
the :while! .
i .. We Keep
Everything for Your RoomGAINESVILLEFLORIDA ,
[ We should like to ask Mr. Farr,
who made a motion iri chapel that .
j I we invite the co-eds to the Lyceum I aC
1al' :..
if he intended that we invite them 112.
individually or- collectively. We SerVice .
have an idea that Mr..,Farr was ti t
) 4 thinking of the former, himself.It 1
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IN BOTTLES I It is to be hoped,that when Jack
r I Fernald has sold hi? ukelele and
j i! JSffiJSf ?Braii iJ3I .
his dancing pumps,_both of which, ----" -- ---....---- -
ii 3 : f THE ROYAL. GLORY OF ANCIENT |1 he says, are too small for him, he ,

____j 4 4h h !| EGYPT '.. *: can his banjo.buy some new music sheets for I ELECTRIC. SHOE REPAIR COMPANY_ ':
I SHOES
g During the time of KING TUT-ANKH-AMEN is being reg REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT :

j I .x i fleeted in the beautiful !: Heyward Braddock, woef'Uy. t. ,". !
NEW STYLE STRAPS AND SANDALS I've got a corkscrew, and: it don't, | SERVICE AND QUALITY OUR-MOTTOI
| | fit nothing! ,, -. i
j 'I That are, being received almost daily by is' --.- I STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE
s
Stude: "The Geologist thinks: : K. \\INTER, ROOS "
i | L. C. SMITH\ | nothing. of a thousand years." J '19.BUCKMAN, :
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MHsaaaaiafSfiffiyasw Ditto: "Great Scott, and I loaned 4 J--
one five dollars yesterday." .... ....;,... --"- ---
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AND EN- VARSITY LOST TWO GATORS. DROP. A CLOSE LARGEST CROWD EVER tional league season with the.Boston -. ;

," GAME TO TECH TO". .SEE GIANTS PLAY. Braves at the Polo grounds 4
I Ii INTER- '
WIN y
GAMFSTOoGLE.THORPE
---- next Thursday. Tickets for reserved : '=
Georgia
Tech
took the third
New York April 21.Aecomo ,seats and boxes have been placed
game of the road trip from the
GAMES
dations for '45,000 and the deman.l.1&. "
Gators on Friday by the close persons, the on sale "

f ____ score of 2 to 0. Lefty Spencer, largest crowd that ever saw the brisk. *
-- who pitched the first seven innings Giants play ball will be availableor

.,' 1 jy terrific swatting.ont The Gators started their road for Florida allowed only four | the local opening of the na Advertise in The Alligator. ;
the first trip
Barristers disastrously
the by dropping the .
scattered hits "
up to that time and
college games was first two games to the '" -
"ie r Petrels of struck out six A "' ..,,
from the Oglethorpe men. sprained -"' 4I- -- .. .. -! ;
Lawyers at Atlanta. The 'habit
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ankle
i.1 forced him t,> retire at this
L Jy score of 9-6". Farri- the various teams that Florida
time and DeHon went in Greenleaf.&
.. Davis one home run sends on road trips have of not Whiz Bange while4 the stick ? Crosby,Company l I '

i L iiiJy responsible lor the: sending in any details prohibits for a brace of singes in two tripsto .. .
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a Li1 the camp of the fa- the. printing of details but from the rubber. TklcCIendon ard JEWELERS .1' J

Cranes; tonight as the meagre press reports we Mahannah each made a one base I f

41, iea ?ere ornamented byIfeiiBJJoth glean the information that the blew. Captain Morgan of Tech Jacksonville Florida I "

instances. Towels Gators were up against a: real poled out a home rm' for one rf ,

i lafsciers also connected good team and this coupled with Tech': scores.Bttteries -;
Commitf.I f.
.-<1< ,the four ply blows. the fact that the gang had a long for FL Ui; ?jicer.DeHon Medals, Class Rings and Pins. j

I JA-t lt played ragged trip behind them is probably as I and Ward. For Tech; AiSM tees in search of loving cups or trophies, I .

Ie. toy the earliness of the good an alibi as any and will haveto er.*' Palmisano. suitable for Golf, Tennis or other athletic (t. ,.
a4 the fact that theirUHUng pass muster till more news can
r held be had on I events, will find it an easy matter to ,
t has been upi the subject. In the MINOR SPORTS ON THE ..1

Varsity ,using the Dia- I first game Smith was on the CAMPUSMen I Choose from selection packages which we r i ..

l bi the proteges of Judge mound for the Gators while in the I will gladly send upon approval.
iII were 1 returned winners second contest the mound work may come and men may go t ,
but the appetite of Dick Sias a '
f- ass of the fact they they was in charge of the Ark. Henry goes ------------------ ---... .
on forever.
ti }lid to} win and also to the Gray left Friday to join the. team

i b'as'in the grandstand for its games against Georgia .-. -- ---- f
tJ I and rooter. Tech and with this addition the The propensity of the various .. ...
supporter ---- -- -- --- -- -
male students for coats and ties
J rI U t wose assistance they are team should be greatly strength= was very noticable Friday and t FIRST METHODIST CHURCH }
helpless. ened and win the balance of the
t jaty Williams doing his games scheduled. t'was whispered that the Dramatic I 9:40 Sunday School, H. O. Enwahl, Teacher of College Men's tf. ; :x
Club from Tallahassee to
was Class.
i,1 lanfee mound for the Law- i *. _.
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'L- blame. We wonder. .
Klifte! t Teachers helpless ex Teachers was a trifle wild and this {. Preaching 11:00 and 7:30. EpworjLh League 6:30.:0 t !'

:. n the'third when they con- with the inability of his team -- - --- ------- : '
There was a fire in the residental -
\\i t fettle track meet on their mates to make their hits materi- ; : 1 ,_ )
section of town Friday night
look. tad 'when the smoke had lize into runs spelled the ruin of -" <.
and the water pressure was so .- :.J--
away they had checked the conductors of classes and the -.,. ; -
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low that property was almost I .
he ras. Langford for the Lawyers won. : f I. < .,
lost. Such is the influence of the "
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f OPEN:TENNIS T.OUK- Lawyers -w _. .... .._ 973 v

1 NAMENT. Batteries Lawyers, Williams and Tis whispered that a certain QUALITY S RVICE. .1 :vBAIRDIIARDWAR.E 'J
Stuck was very much-disappointed, :
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Farriery Teachers: Langford and ,
Anal in the train schedule Sunday whenhe ,- \
- < Open Tennis Tourtt Conner. Umpire Smith
prolonged his late date till the
started last Monday with In the second of the inter college I CO.
. time for the train to depart and "
{ tntmes m the singles and games the Engineers were
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( train :
discovered that the said did
sa. ia the doubles. Much in- returned the winners with the '
not run on Sunday. Such is life. Phone 7 I 'I .
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(hs; teen manifest in the count of 8 to 5. Neither team I I .

t tHat have already been showed any big league talent but
The inter boarding house base-
! I Iud fine tennis has been as some one has to win in these J
ball series is progressing nicely. ,.,
! edar, Among the best contests the side or rather the .. :;
The Invincibles of Mrs. Scotten
I :h ta were those between Smith team having the majority of the '
defeated the Home Run Kings of
q Qweland, the latter winning runs at the last put out is generally El
Mrs. Stripling by the score of 36 R. 0. T. C. POST EXCHANGE
I 1,10-8; and between Barnes awarded the decision. 10. I
f to Twas a close game till the
.Be1t1er the winning orbits of the universe -
t latter Among the last inning. The games are ,being Co-Operative ..
f I dose race 644797. Dur- that shined for the engineersthe played on the diamond next to the ("

, th1 past week"the. hopes of name of one Simmons could Arts and Sciences building. t

1|?were shattered by defeatGftlers be mentioned for good all round Military and Athletic Goods a.-Specialty; ,

! "t. i gloried in victory. playing on first and timely hitting, There was a swapping of crockery l

t nary; of play is as follows: while the leading light of the A ware at breakfast in one of
$alf. Horse Smith Rear: of Engineering Bldg. J -I
; Lowenkoff d. 7-5,6-4; and S was- our friend the eating joints of the campus -

I pHooser d. Lassiter -0,6-2; who Ef propensity for extra bases Thursday and the net result of theblayful B .

fclioUand. 6-4,6-3; James d.is eJ1.decf i ngrief when he tried to exchange was lots of.work '. == "" 0 0Y"'''''< -=" "'- ----- .
6-2,G-3 Berlack d. stretch triple to a home run and .t
; a for the doctors. At the present __ .
:3:: -7c:4; 6-1;' Bowden d.tel. was extinguished at .the check In price of dishes it sure is a waste d x ,M
:: W.6-3 6-2, the vjgilant Flood. 2 :::iIiI: j -BII": L It' 7" I "I ;"1i -
and Berlack, station by of money to use them as weapons.A
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.endry d. Ekeland, .6-2,6-3; Quite a few hurlers tride to s

1:4 H.: R. Houser, by default stop the slaughter; Plockerman of little"bit of fun now and thenis I
::! and Harkness relished by the best of m n. We ;
lost to Bentley, 4-6,5-7,7-9; the bridge builders YOU CAN LOOK'NATURAL LATER
the most effective -: aim to please "Eventually why not
i Young, 4-6,6-1; David- of the Arts etc being

. L !fid, ,6-1,6-0, but lost altho neither could be re- now." t I.-

1; ,t,p eri 1-6,6-8. Lower, Pepper half: Fus-'1x,6.2. .. commended Trammel for also higher demonstrated class. his The quota of jokes turned in this .1 Now is the time to-look gay in one of our new ::

l Login, 6-1,6-2: and Plock7.5t.o affection for parking spaces on the week was good, only: some of them, spring,suits at $10.75 to 45.0Q.
Whiz Bang
than his were meant' for the .
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more
t ; Thompson d. Tur- bags by getting .
f\\8-1,6-0, and Houser, 8-6,6-3; share of base blows. I not the Alligator. However we

land 4; Smith; 6-1,1-G.lO-; Score .- .-,..--. ....R H E I ,
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': )' HibbardXrfauuv -- the
. 'fljcr 6-4.5-1; : Engineers ----- Those Seersucker Suits are '
6-2,6-3, by and' S ._ ._ -- 574 \
and won A coolest to wear for those hot days
:- ;1t from Glicksteinj Matthews Batteries, Eng. West, Plocker- that are coming, $8.25 with one T'HJ

. i'rn, 617!; ,G-S, tut defaultedp31i5Bartieson man and Flood. A.and Umpire.S Smith Bar-, pair pants; $10.75 with two pair I BURNETT : CLOTHIER

4 : d. Graham Harkness and Sauls. pants. B. & B. Dept. Store, formerly "

4 POeroy d. Mil dm, 6-1,6-2; chan. Busy Bazaar 129-133 West

k J.. Taylor, '1-).6.1 and I
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1 i'i ';<- SIX THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR -
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t F ,{r r DR. WOODLEY GIVES MONEY COMING IN I SOMEWHERESomewhere r--- Ised the first which Monday called evening for a social in May.en solved A debate that on the

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i in shady. dell : The program was one of qusl- !t
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furnish
: HdURE"CHOOS- : FOR ACTIVITIES The purple violets blow; ity. Miss Cooper gave a briet.. I. its public school free

Somewhere, the twittering songbirds aboration on "First 'ltnpre'$ ong Yiaa
1' of the University. Her impressions led by Measrs. L L. I
r ( ING A LIFE WORK" BUILDING FUND
1 Disperse the gravest gloom. seem to be good, especially and W. 0. Daval OIl the I

----.. Somewhere, the sunshine sends one or two cases. "Peabody Scan." tive, and Messrs. p.P.
St. 0 .L. its x dalizer" by Miss Vera Crews was W. J .Bullock I
Woodley of.the faculty A very interesting Bible Study rays on the
I A morbid life_to cheer superb. Its humor was..exceptional affirmative
I ; ef .Teacher's College gave. the meeting was held in the "Y" Wed. I 1 was the
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Somewhere, in* this dreamland ,
t nIt first lecture in the -' I
t course "Choos- nesday evening. Secratary White
Is'a girl with golden hair.
- tr a, ] faef 3 Life Work" on Monday .afternoon -' gave a very good talk 'on the sub- \ ................... .

I i I and the second on Wed- ject, "Man Building' Attitudes." Somewhere the _gentle wave lets t

1'' eesday. These lectures are open Mr. White announced that the lap FURCHGOTFS MEN'S STORE
+ to any student who. may desire to Student Activity Building Cam- Upon the crystal sand; 1

-s, 1 i fIli F+1 t attend. They are given on Monday paign is still going on in gocd or- Somewhere, the subtle fragranceOf f JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA :

tII } and Wednesday afternoons in der and up to April 14, there were spring-time :fills the land.
f4 i Room 21 in Peabody Hall. 5t.i subscribers with II total of Somewhere, the cooling zephyrswan :.1
Jn the first lecture Dr. Woodley $135,000) subscribed and 27OGO .
? I YOUNG MEN should ask to ,see the new 'Broadway!
stated that man above all of God's collected. CoL Bryan is making a As eventide draws near; 'Brooks'-the
and the latest
I; new very spring
/+ treations would determine his special effrt to get ten one Sfimewhert, and waiting for me and g*
... models to leave the cutters' tables.At CO
Y I life. He could change, his environment thousand dollar subscription. *n Is the girl with golden hair.: "VENIE.\'ta
and select the things de-' Miami. Four special c aivalters W. J. W.PEABODY : NERS we dill show them to you. .
I aired. With the endowment ofxnentaEty are still Canvassing the state ,-ird -1

& man, in the presence of I giving 3 production of about Jive CLUB / ,
Divine law must, choose his life. to eight thousand dollars a week. The advent of the ladies in ;

Not: to do so would be to discredit Plans are now on foot to complete Teachers .College has wrought I ;

t I de God who bestowed mind power the campaign and carry forwarl wonders in Peabody Club. Attendance '
4 k upon him. If man must choose the building program. has improved eight hundred SPRING AND S fERSUrri>ua

1 t Ms own life then he becomes responsible The students may be ir1.'rested: pehcent. Here is the place to study / t..
for his life, and in no to know that Col. Bryan his been psychology. Formerly the meet-

may can lie escape his responsi- elected lay delegate, and Secretary I ings were calm, sober affairs, at- Tropical: \V orstedsSeersuckers:

;4 ; I N ity. Choosing always demands White, minister, to the Gen- tended only by the most serious. : -Gabardines Twos
t knowledge. eral Assembly of the Presbyterian But now it is different, the hall
I A choice madewithout. knowledge Church to be held in Indianapolis, is almost full; boys and girls are : -'V1upcords'V ol Crash :=-
is a guess. :Most 'people Indiana. Mohairs '
: 1 whispering incessantly. Often the -Homespuns ,
r i i pegs their lives and many very president has call for .
to order. It :: -Silk ,
Pongees -Cheviots \
many guess wrong. -
is
different.
i 4 In the second lecture LAWS VS. ARTS AND '
,, it was During the business session last :: -Silk Shantungs Blae Serge .J
l&txzgiit out that a successful life
Monday evening a motion was pas- Palm Beaches ;
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ge I frost yield some increment of good SCIENCE FINAL 1a
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} that can be passed on to coming ,
.rte t I froerations.-that is the .. i' maleme
way progress
has been made. Progress is DEBATE MONDAY This wonderful lineup of light weights
for the first of ,
slow because so many fail-so warm days spring. *
r many make no contributions whatever : '
The final debate
I intersociety We show them in 2 3 and :
.? to world good. 'between the Arts and Science and 4-piece suits with l.;\
t' i To insure success. a person mustlsre the Law Colleges which was sche- I : 4-button coats.. gj

a sound philosophy of life to duled for Friday evening was
r' 'i- Z For Young Men there's belted styles Norfolk md
.follow. This philosophy should postponed ad will be held in Pea- ,
9'1 :have service as its central motto. body Hall on Monday evening at r. models-Conservative Models for older men. Thereto t

And not selfishness. 3 o'clock. The winner of the debate grays, blues, tans and all the newest 1923 fceriaj f!i
. j Lecture three will be given Mon- will be awarded the faculty : effects. i glHri
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r f lay at three o'clock. Some basal loving cup for the coming year. I I'I. a. _'* ;jBttis

_ ( :points that must be taken into The question for debate is "Re- '

s l ., consideration in choosing! a vocation solved thaat the present Mexican | $12.00f $ 350; 1850 .1 D
will
p be discussed and also government should be recognizedby
LJ,. acme suggestions given for self- the United Staates." We : % -
:' Grind Our Own Lenses $20.OO $22.50 $25.e0t *
study. If
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you are
interested
you For the Farr Literary Societyof A
\. are invited to be present. I Arts and Science there will be NO-DELAY .1 '

I Roy B. Hoskins, Gerald H. Bee, QaJnesViJle t $27.50 $30.00 $35,00,

FLORIDA AGS HOLD and Edmund It. McCall, who will Florida.
H1 I uphold the negative side of the .......................

':. ANNUAL DEBATE question. For the John Marshall I t

Debating' Society of the Law College I ... ...-. 411 4D .._
) there will be Roger K. Lewis,
. '1 WITH GEORGIA.I Benny L. Jentiigs, and Lucius J. I FIRST NATIONAL BANK ..l.la

1 I I Cushman on the affirmative. Dr Incorporated 1888
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Leigh of the department of hem. Capital $$100,000 > $150,6$
: I ,,1+ The annual debate between the I istry will preside as chairman.:'JI"! J.. S. BODIFORD I Surplus
GAINES
: ''ILE, FLQjRfDATHE
j I I _.cale agricultural colleges of Flor- 1, _
The judges will be prominent citizens "
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i Scar in Athens, Georgia April 27. I I COMPANY I '

i a I The judges selected for this debate UNIVERSITY ''lliug ts : Phone
QUARTETrE 32 J
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: S. W. Sizer and Will Erwin. A. J. i F. S. C. W. GIRLS REXALL STORE NO.2'pi'
t ; C rarer and <3. A .Martell: will represent .
719 W.
,, I the Florida Ags in this de- The members of teh University University Avenue
'- A. 'The Drug Store Nearest the Unircreity ,- b4
Kate. H. Doran
Quartette in
are busily: engaged
r f I The for debate '' \ Prompt Delivery Service.PHONE &*
question is
Resolved
the preparation of a. program I For Bicycles and Bicycle .
1 I That the government of which they expect to render !at -. Accessories I .

1 tie United States should accept Tallahassee on the 30th oc this 232 East.Main Street South --- : 11I
, Henry Ford's proposal to operate month. This \cork is in continua- -j.1j 7 I

Ii _Florida the Muscle team Shoals defend project. The tion of the Quartette activities in --. 4iJ .- --.....-.....-----....
will
the af- connection with the campaign for 1
'i $ firjnative of this question. tat! Y. M. r. A. and ?ulcn.; Activities ---- -. --.. t d
,; Last year, in the first debate 3ut ling, area the plan! Is ; THE UNIVERSITY BOOK sroRE

.. .c iiI held between these two colleges, to' give the proceeds over to' the OTTO, F STOCK i i'' ,oj to
Eofcert Wray and R. F. Chatham campaign fund. Basement Language Hall I,
( III c of Florida convinced : i
the Georgia '
Much
attention has rw: n haven TAILORr
,,, *. debaters that government owner- to the preparation of the program II .r 1
t 1 I ,> aZapcf railroads was highly uat which is to consist of selections t .AND It ;:.. I3as

i desirable. by the Quartette, solos arid instrumental j New Lin eof University! Jewelry and Station I '*f|
i The question for debate music by Milton Yeats. ,

;, ,J'' tim year is an up-to-th3-muiute_ Jimmie Melton and Nat Mayo and j DRY CLEANER j'I'' Assortment of. Pennants, Freshman Caps* fefj f

t .sabject and is one that aroused an original dance by George Anderson -
spoch interest in Congress lastsession i (kindly known tt tIle members { Phone 354 j : ory Books, Etc. i H.4

fi f and will undoubtedly come .1 of the quartette. as ,Count No- .... .... .... ....- ............... .... ... .......... j
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.' The Florida team is as anxious Miss Anne McKinstry, of this .
e Ii } te repeat the victory of last YEar city,. has kindly consented to help If I/
t as the Georgia team is d desirous of with the program and will go with ." 1'1I
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k' KTengfng their defeat so a spritedword the quartette as accompanist M!*9 YOUR RAZOR I WON'T YOU j
battle is expected. McKinstry is from the F. S. C. W. ;c
Lii i and consequently a loyal supporter I BLADES I HAV.A TAMPA i: 1
Among the suggestions for'thetKngs Sharpened \ r
. of the Gators, and her work at about one-
tit f '* that the new co-eds should with the quartette is,constitutinga third the cost of new bladesSWEARINGEN'S I I 'f MILD HAVANA.x:
; why not organize a co-ed rifle material factor in the success of CIGAR :
bam: as other schools have done? the, undertaking is sincerely'appreciated I ",,
-Sergeant Hundley and .1 ELI
Captain WITT CIGAR CO.
Xy&er will doubtless be I
strongly in
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IDEAL CAFE Distributors "
>, rotJ'AGE
morlf they can obtain the sane- As he came down he sot; t i "* ;.1
taoa their better halves. Opposite-Fire Station Tampa Miami
cf -I Saw the questions, out he got. .. rl
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Oh Mr. Gallagher, Oh,' Mr. He 'came to be a hound of tea, Three Florida .boys and two a

; Gallagher, And drank it every day.He's Weslyan girls had met aM accidentally -

!Hi. ATROCFBlSf : What is that place that's called formed acquaintance. ex 1 -

: the train.. > 4 .
the College Inn? really quite a ladiss man.
Ellis-Hait, here is president of:.
When maiden hUs; tebind her }
'. You the*Y', Mathews is a football star
.\. >' + .. .+ +- + ... .. ,. can buy there books and shoes fang and ;,
+ IMiss
+ .
+ + -
+:.' +. +- + + + + + + it's where the_co-eds get their He quickly grabs her by the hang, _
Patten-(a SophomoreOh )-
NO. 1 rouge and leads her out the door.
f CO-ED dive yon .a little advice.
Watch ,isnt that sweet. I'm 'president -
And
< they also carry cigarettesand Around her neck his arm entwines,
your chance and nab a good one. of the "Y. W. and Miss Ryan .
pins, heart, the love light
-.i' Florida, From'your Into her
f description, r should here (a freshman) is president!t'
shines,
say that Mr. Gillis would make the Student "Body at Weslyan
'F :t .. an Oh, Mr. Shean Oh, Mr. Shean, His voice in pla'nuve whisper
ideal .
li.., husband. Docile, not too Your ain't we all great people! "-
; rats this year are certain- whines,
batis
, ersia ,
_1afeI hungry, and easily amused. As
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-! thatathia the for Mr. Bullock ly very green; "I'1l.love. you ever more" have heard of that -
JO ?T:: .:, I would advise The name does just Perhaps you
vehad.towrite.. .Dofce you to keep away from him, for suggest; very absent minded professor of '\
: you're supposed to guess the Within a day, a week or so, .
iff .
trJb Ixere the I believe he is a heartbreaker, who % biology who met his class one day
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rest.tit's picture show
tha
He: takes her to
'igr{'fdns ight"dbwnstreet would favor you for a while, and and unwrapping a small package -
the
row
sitting just across
And
just like the then let you go. said that he would illustrate the ; -
,in Jacksonville! Well, As for Mr. Dowdell, leave him a boarding house Mr. Another pretty girl. day's lesson by the aid of a dissected
red,
Gallagher? He winks at her, she blushes
and I, (Effie ism 'None_ if hell leave frog. The open package'revealed .
t 1Jt ,Effie you alone. I No, a .pawnshop, Mr. Shean. And thoughts of love. rush to her
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sandwiches a
ham r
thefc's two
nice kid I met on once had a husband such
ps you head
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to three summer describe him to be I banana and a piece of pie. The
I been ; never could TO E. B. W. He wishes that his date were deaJ, dumbfounded -
luck so far, get -a word in professor looked
without any sideways, much less His heads in such n whir A
'ae e ided she'd, come to the talk him into or out of anything. He very seldom takes a drink, Tm just sure that I ate my -

"sesSion, to. have a larger Luckily, he was a railroad man, His ch !ks are red, his hair jc pink The girl his date, is S. O. L. lunch.-Ex.

bless: competition. Any- and wasn't at home very much. Iis blua eyes gaily beam.and wink He tells her she. can do as she Stude, to friend reading letters:, 1

,-ind I got off the train, Watch your step, daughter, and Whet girlies piss his wny. pleases, Mail! !" "No female"

t psi i ?(don't get scared. Ma, don't marry anybody you'llhave She begs and/pleads to no avail, .." -
eot! but a quarter) and to support. He went to Wash nstoo and Lee, With arms around his neck, --- --,----- '

,.t.t to': Florida'Hall, where Lovingly, And,while. he,waj up there you Oh, cruel fate,why hast thou made The heart pf every pretty maid? '#. -

ifee. Ma. .see, Such beasts. as this to ever raid, But such is life-By Heckl a

griping up, a little bit, --- -
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.t'over, to the Teacher's

WeiS Waterbury (or some-,

jfe..tiat) Hall, to register. t i

\*aged A bunch of boys, and


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jahgs. but I didn't: dare .f

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Tv"IffVe re'd four-thirty were look all around,fixed so a up*little,we itat "' \ -F- LL-ows---l

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h..Wire:, sot'walking bothering past anybody the dor-, 'Ji, j jI siL


P J.of a sudden some boy t '


!something$l w." 'and that in a sounded minute I :: ,'I iT':' -. -, .. >. _.. -4, !. .- : ; ;
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oMe building was, saying 1".J 1"\
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lathing! We thought ,I-, e -
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a5rebutwe'eouldn't; see any : Patronize Alligator Advertisers :Zf.

ilc e tad it all stopped after wed : 'I'\ t ;

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IIPfC'time we. went over to >' .... ., ':-,.->' -: .Jt -: : ," ,- 1t 1--; '

!Uiriisiiy! Commons. My .: .. ,, ,

?.?..'. never saw so many t- / .. -.. -.4I. ...... .... :r. :

When we came0My& .: : -' .
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jinny at us.fwtsome .' .' .. ... ": ..-. ,- \.. "
started hollering < -t: .
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i.. other. protection girls,vandalfeXtogether .: .;.. t'f... 4. ; .. .,. .: ...' .....j.., .t"f, : .. .
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'IIr:Aleck Gillis came...,'otftWte i; ,< < -t': '- .... '. The Florida' : Alligater..tlie:: : : : ;
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publication ,
b-.h a very nice, proper young> I : .: ,) "

.t) B escorted us through the : of Florida-YOUR papercan ::-- 1 it-:

ii. Of boys and took us in tog : I : .
'e, where we met Mr. Bui- it J
; Ii. not live and prosper as .

;::Mock' is a dear. He haiiekttle 1\ should, without the support '. .' .1 :

) fuzzy mustache,_and '
i wonderful auburn curls. Mr. .l. of its advertisers. They want j1t :tL, 'i

"xk a little bell, and that : 1.!. < : "
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trade and good -
big are
.d.. of boys let out one : your < .' :.
They -
in.
>, .and rushed
A.yelling louder and louder, : J I :' : firms to do business with. -. 'I :*

hgiin, Mr..,Bullock and they rang all his stopped.ht little. : J.: 3 They are backers of the Uni I t 4

F, it must be wonderful to : I versity and its activities. 1 II : ;
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authority like that .

;Richard He's very Dowdell nice and waits accom-our : l I ;, They are making possible this J i ,

'but I'm afraid he's a littler 1 '' paper and want your busi t :
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bold. Why, do you know, .
t ted',talking to us as if her t F ness. Give it to th m.

w 1rn us all his life! Why, I I I. Z
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T none of the boys back inIan :
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'vould have done that! t : .--- Tell them you appreciate their J :
After back I :
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the campus to Florida Hall. i ., ad in the Alligator t : -

* avfalfy romantic looking f orin 1.' II '- .-
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ek wedges at the bottom, fol- i '. ',.- -... .- ... ........ --'..... I I sAI
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t>9 es far as the end of the '
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'! Y\ersal real well. I : .
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' M***! remember that you are .. .

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NIZE ALLIGATcR AMER TIRRR.Qa--Train? PA TPATtTITIZ 1-fl" ------na,. a a A a a. ~. VS 5W a -4 -BKG SUCCESS;, "CHARM TO CROWDED --The Freshmen baseball team retunwd from their trip thru northern Florida Sunday and tho they were defeated in majoriL? of their games they met the best semi-pro teams in the state andi need npt be ashamed of their iicord. Aitbo the excellent record made by the Rat football and bsskct ball teank. was nom kept up in the baseball realm, just the same we know those rats were in there evefl minute fighting all the time and 'I they were licked It was the ease of a better team and not lack of th. old Florida spirit. 'Starting in St. Aegutme where they dropped three straight, old man hard luck attached himself to the rat, banner and stuck then Like death ~to a dead nigger. He stayed there till the last game in Pensacola when the Freshmen lost to that citie's diamond repreIsentative. and like the Arabs folded their baseball gloves and silent-. Jr stole be&k to the habitat. of the gator. The Eats have been without a coach since the Varsity took Gus Beasly for their own and they are not altogether to blame for their bad luck, and with these games out of the way with hard work and a lot of pep will come thri th, season in fine style. Dr. Murphree presided over Thursday norniriz's chapel, the feature, of which was the awarding o -swester, and letters to the -varsity football men, and the U AC ~4tH Library f us UNIVEsrY oF FLORIDA GlAINElVT S APfIl 21 192* TAKFS FIRST STATE OPEN IIAAND HED SOWNH'S STRIINCEST TRACE S MAKE 78 POINTS; WIWS FMl-AN IKEU TEAM 42 Galar have arriver! This ted to the full sat.df the gang Saturday what their track team up with the beat in the aS -aanwmlated seventyrpAins while their nearest Cakte Odege, garnered flbns with their little fiveurn was a track meet and be may nudons before the forget Mosroe's fatal .ling'5. glorious sprint, Lawygme. Case', sensational kkan e 22G when he passed -and beat him by inches. like these ake track '*ts lmembered long after they Over and the one yesterday ifSl of exiting finishes. n man could be picked out 'it::::e oits kbly evenly divided teentrants. Leonard of. plaedin reeetthn .* q man bit wea Mwd -moJy by Wee Willi. Middlekauff it was second in pelts scored. AMong the shining Iigt. were "P~Wwho scored all of Fort Ifrie's points; Borryman. CenWad streak of lightning; lean* mEd one of the best all-round rmen t eon on Fleming Field; MonSI hOtripped on the latlharhak Strong and won the 440 low en&is; McDowell, and in fact be Whole ane. The evenness of iibution of point, per man Is tan by the fact tint the highUst had alveen and the sixth man lye to his credit. ThIS meet winds uithe moat Sithat Florida has enjoyed aft' bs Interest( aroused has been the gmtest since track das introduced ~eUniversity. with the wellWaanted aggregation 'the Gatort -Iaves they should play a prom'ltPert in the Southern meet'" aheyS scheduled to take part in math. 'Too inch credit can not be ,b. to Captain Atkinson, who NOTICE; -., 4~a a *L. UTHEN PENTATI LEONARD, CENRE FR0MSECOND fElE-j SEAMS KAUFWASTHflRD STUDENT Notice is hereby given that Student Bod elections will be held at chapel Thursday May 10 th. This is in accordance with Section 1 of the By-laws and Article S of the Constitution of the Student Body Association of the University of Florida. Student Body officers to be elected are president, vicepresident, and secretary-treasurer'. three student members of the budgett committee, two facatly members of the bndgett committee, cheer leader and two assistants. Alligator officers to be elected are Editor-in-Chief, manaing editor,. business manager. Athletic assosatioa offiesys to be elected are president, vice-prleldent, sac rotary and four ittent representatives. Y. 1M. C. A. officers to he elected are president, vlee-presldent, seeretary-treagurer. -All nominations must be In writtig and in th, hands of Langdon Fuller, secretary @1 the Student Body Assocdation, before midnight April 21. 1923. All nemintonh for Athletic AssocIatIon reficers must give full name. dlaseaud department of the nominee and be signed by at Ieast ten members of the association. N. F. BUNNELL,. Vie-presideflt of the Student Body. mih two out and second and third overcrowded with Sophmores Rat Parrish playing second for the Rats booted a line drive and the two runs tied the game up-. The sophs won in the ninth when *Running true to form Ark Newton capturSd first honors in th Petatho cyst on Fleming Field, Saturday afternoon. Though the Ark was returned the potty winner, he was hard pressed by Leonard of Centre College, whose brilliant performance stamped him ns one of the greatest of hi. class in the South. AMi the marks established wee excellent and are the official" ecord, wntS! the next meet it held.witnessed th evnat. d wee e rewarded by seeing cireo the classiest track meet. -ever conduct0(d in the South, and one that reflect great credit on. the officials whose hard work made it possible. Sunmmary of event.' Javelin-Robers Ogehre Newton, Florida; Leonard, Floria; Anderson, Florid. Distance. Th5 ft. 9-inches. 1500 Metre-Loonardj, Centre; Anderson, Florida; Newton, Florida; Roberts, Oglethospn; kiddie kantl' Florid. Time 4 min. 58.4 -secondsBroad jump-Newton, Flearida; Leonard, Centre; Middlekauff,. Florida; Anderson, Florida. tohefls, Ogiethorpe. Distance. 22 ft. S In. Discus-Roberts, Oglethorpe; Newimi, florid.; Middlekauft, Florida, Leonard, Centre; Anderson, Florida. Distance 132 ft. 1 1-2 inches. 200 Metre-Leonard, Ceotre;: Newton, Florida; Middlekauf,. florid.; Anderson, Florida; Rober-ta, Oglethorpe. Time 23.8 sea. the Rats combination lay in the ability of one, Horse Smith, to connecd with the old horsehide and the habit Piockerman had of making the ambitious would be Babe Buths of the Sopha perfor, ca!isthenits with the variou, and srndry portion of wood they crricd to the plate with them to ornawent their shoulders. The Soph. by their victory wn a Leg on the pewter loving cup SWith iron trimmings and next year Sit will be plcdon exhibition At F PiREOt you have don't what Maggae--->0h. Cse-t's, a of a bloom on a woman. If have it. you don't need to anything else; and if you have it, it don't much matter ekse you have." Barrie. And that's that. In "The Charm School," presented at the Baird Friday afternoon *nd evening to packed houses, by the Dramatih Club of F. S. W. C., these idea. Sr0 carried out, and the valUe of chant, is eltarly demonstrated Austin Bevans, a younr automobile salesman, played by Miss Marjorie Ward, inherits the 'Fairview Girl's School from his aunt. With the consent of Miss Elizabeth Gerald, in the role of Hoacr Johns, who boid. mortgages on th. 'school which exceed its real value, he proceeds to put Acm. of his ideas into practice. Homer Johns consented to finance the' 9chemo of Revans to teach the girls charm on the condition that one was to fall in love with him, to which Bevans readily ascents Benans gives positions to hi5 four indigent friends, David MacKenzie (Joanna Curtis), George Boyd (Teresa Murphy,) and the twins, Jim and Tim Simpklnu, eDaisy Paul and Ainade larrd The twins fall in love with the sister of George Boyd, (Gassle Glen) Sally George halrr.dy hop'iesu i-' JorA n I. t're presidcn' of the Smerc'ass at F'airC!ar. liii ''Vt h ot mu' a. howtr, n -r Z A antic Elokec prnptiy failis.::,e ith tir hand.:on& f-ar,. C. 'e no encOUragement. n't a a ly t ns away rn Sc stj I, t th.' c cement her guardian, Ifon: C'.n learns of the saa ta. of .-airs, and upon Baiv, rc turn with his ward he forecloses the mortgage. erd plate :ho school back in tht han'bs A6, Hlay.' )layE d hb Miss Ve~ ta lie LA -I: I I. .* F I n Li -I in -r. 71 I ----NO.M2 CHAMPIJON F.S.C. W. MASK AND DOMINO CLUB SCORE fElED SCHOOL" HOUSE AT BAIRDS' ALL-STAR CAST; MISS GARY FORD FEATURES WITH INTERPRETA'TIVE DANCES Alick--"What is Charm, exactI ADVERTISESS YOU TBEY PATRONIZE A A -si( 4, -e I -t I Q. K. i. r -~ --* S

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II 'aS PLUDA JZAUAIUU *****4~aaa. a --4 RDGAR DUgan ApUnCSUAL CALEDAR w a House Party,. Theta Formal Ball, I gyrnasIDm, April 27. i'b Dance, April 28. Prom, date pending. Woen's Club was the .1 0n 0 fte mnerriest soof the Season lait night The Kappa Sigma -Jstallatiob flail. Though Pu~sy, the thirteenth, aimedto be no spooks or bard beek omen which in any namiad the joy of thite u.Ab unusually large numI gest. from all parts of the -were presentThe affair ra, but just enough inty was in the atmosphere every one feel free to the occasion. dlub room was spaciously 4artisticslly decorated in the y'eolors of red, white and SDirectly In tihe cete of 4 gae was hung a large star Badge of the frater-e with a total of twentylights in the poplular colat the evening. The lights ght out foftefully the large -letter. K. S. on the badge a solid background of ra. From the center of the 4 r5m was suspended a hoop which streamers in belishape draped to the sides and the tef the room. On the ends atim. *teamers were little pornj.as made in the fraternity col-. aThe lights were covered so :t1 veast a subdued glow on the f ry wouples below. The girls )beautiful evening dresses and bs hey. in full dress enhanced bt beauty of the dance. The syncopating "Floridians" -der the capable direction of b6ty Swanson rendered a dance rm novel and peppy through.t. They responded generously Pngam wre netminature heckiet. in the fraternity colors ai a hield engraved in gold on -th. front. Just inside were fhat sMRS of the chaperones and on the met pade was announced the IGrand March with the names of Ithe leaders. An order of twelve dances followed with an approp,iste verse following each one. Promptly at ten o'clock the &mind March was led off by Leo Littler of Clearwater and Miss 1 Mien Wilcox of Jacksonville. As Wnh young lady left her partner :1i the march and passed around 6o the light side of the room she Presented with a silver d4 mMbearing the fraternity coatElApunch was served thruAt IIIthedance and at the intermis0fln, block ice cream with the frean W.4,. r -. Baires. Captain It A mONA ANNUAL lYSTALLATION BALI. GAMMA SIGMA EPSILON CHEMICAL FRATERN-. ITT ELD ANQUET7 GammaSigma Epsilon, the honorary chemieaj fratesity of the Universdty, held it. annual F*nquet at the White House on Tburndy evening. The banquet mred the end of the second year ofte existence of the fraternity on the campus. Dr. Leigh head of the department of chemistry, Professor Black, and br. Beisler, the thre members of the chemistry faculty were the speakers of the evening. The seniors in Gamma Sigma Epsilon were also called on for short speeches. B. L. Stanley presided as toastmaster for the occasion. Gamma Sigma Eps-ilon was founded 8t the University ini 1921 an dhas become one of the strong honorary societies of the campus. It has for its purpose the creation of special interest and higher scholarship in the field of chemistry. The society announces Lhat the following new men have been taken in: N. D. Stiohn, L. E. DuPont, B. L. Stanly, T F Kennan, Ereelle Sanders, W C. Sumpter, J. B. Hazard and Paul W. Hills. All these men are upperclassmen who have completed two years of work in chemistry with high scholastic records', SCABBARD AND BLADE ANNUAl DANCF. The series of dances the past weekend were concluded last Saturday evening when the members of the Scabbard and Blade Military Fraternity entertained with a formal ball at the University gymnasium., It was truly a military baU and the motive of deeorationa helped to enforce this idea: The entrance to the hail was guarded with p ihuge gun. In such corner was ilacedi a machine gun nest, and Sdong the sides were rifles. Several tents were pitched about the ball and in all it seemed one might :be dancing in a real army post. rFrom the center of the ceiling the colors red, white and blue were suspended in streamers to the side 'of the building. The national colI ra and the battailon standard adorned one end of the hail. Swanson,'s Floridians furnished Ithe music in their regular, orig~ ina! style. The Grand March was led by Franz Paul and Miss Tessie Glass of Gainesville. Programs were cut in the shape of an officers cap, neat and very attractive. Fruit punch was served throughout the evening. coniposed of Franklin etLaw don Fuller. and George Stanley. Chaprrones were Captain and Mrs. Van Fleet. Captain and Mrs. Ry Captain and Mrs. and M rs .Amis. OFF FORSEOND ROAD TRIP The masquraders presented their 1923 production '"Dream Stuff" at the Bird Theatre on Tuesday night and, as on the occasion of their first show, play before a crowded house. Th. quality of the players is a distinct credit to the Masqueraders anid to Father Confoley, their dramatic coach, who is the writer of "Dream Stuil." The Masqueraders left on Fniplayers in their recent trip thrn* that night. On Saturday they move to Tampa for an spparance In tNm 'etropolis of the West CoastOn Monday night they will be in St. Petersburg for the final show of their second trip of the season. They will return home on Tuesday afternoon. Forty-three men including cast, stagehands, electricians, managers, and at~re will make the trip. PEABODY CLUB The Peabody club Is different. It ha, _hange&. The .,dvcn; c' the ladies t ts acted as a zrnc In adding t, the cduo. Attenl-anee has ticked up slnost. five hurndr -I percent and in evecy way the inemberdhip has hvd lea arc cr. every r ec and ct are seen ;r Peabody. necirgs nowl ani everyone wan~s r': do something to draw ,ttention from the Ladics enn if It thing but seeondinp a mot.r By the way I was to write up the the last ii t-ting, wI.it eaune Iof some unexplanabUb 4fflculties or misunderstandings the pro. gram was short. contbtrzn.id solved that the manifacture if cigarette tobacco, 5houled be prohibited by the Federal government The defenders of the affirmativee were Messrs. Hait and Towls, of the negative. Messrs. Ititchie and Ebinger. The affirmative got the decision by a two to 'one vote. The critic's report followed the debate Immediately after it was a motion for adjournuent. KAPPA SIGMA DANSANT In honor of the visiting young ladies and friends) die members of Kappa Sigma entertained with San informal dance Saturday afternoon at the Women's Club. The decorations used were the same as the night before. The Floridizns played a 'nppy progarm from four to six-thi:-ty. of the debaters was sent rn the others gave their speeches for information, no decision being r-endered. Mr. Crowley, Mr. Beylack and Mr. Brooker handled the subject well. too te hai ani conducted a spelling match, Mr. Hamilton ari Mr. Geiger acting as captain. E r VI TnE Yo" n"""lo I US EVERY DAY LYRIC THETRE9 We Stn nAlColg at a ---r--a a a -a __a aSs. S POR TI NG GOO D S Hardware of All Kinds ,w teakm SEE US THE THOMAS COMPANY WFST SIDE OF SQUARE GAINESVIL.LE FURNITURE COMPANY Victrolas and Records fi. H. COK, Proprietor TELEPHONE 86 | ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH E. MAIN STREET~ NORTH Reverend John Conoley, 3. 7. L., Rector .TELEPHONE 629 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES SUNDAYS--1O:3O A. M. and 7:45 P. M. WEEKDAYS-?7:30 A. M. Here's the pine to get what you want whet, ANYThING at ANYTIME SE FOR DRUGCS. STATIONERY, TOurE ARTICLES. CANDIES. 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rr ---.-----a a a .a a a ~ a a a a a a a a a a-a-a 8, HANlqEN4 ..---.-.saoc ate Eiltar Sport N. D. St. JOHN .--. .EExchnge Business Manager Manager well-disposed or even obtuseness, out any able persons, or, what is set of actions, requires clear seeing worse, laziness. moral or physical, t'o and unbiased them out to their remote a persistent and accurate observation, to ascertain It is amazing their immediate rejudging. Tc :e consqunces together one whithersoever many persons teiligence dows, 30n8 out ings of are to be opened of ten opened n seems lots ani things, of good seeing with a simple it may. average inhow and closed. may be intelligent enough by lowering is closed by Nine pera window raising; but on directions grooves where and catches. are uncovered of sight where complex. T11 nism are too grooves to the more must it be much is hidden and is to be grosser ly one meanso in senses in things and elusive catches of moral to permit of our easily mechanism of moral expected many persons cession of motion press, 3 ligence can see. that the one end, and domes out in ed sheets and mechatracing out to a cer.action. Although they could follow I 4 4 4 H I men-talored .Some of the Some have pstch pockets Seine are two ph Extra value is, button. Some makeof course, 'C 4 4 9 'A ''Have you a match?" "Yeah, I'm your match!" out the suein all parts of modern printing anti folding any person of low ,rite paper passes a quick succession o at the other. A scientific journal, and popular, on at meals, attention concludes to one's in discussing the subject the dliscUSSIOn with sensations recent lthfulne the rer in such matters the desirable limit than all as true in moral as in physical somersault once in a decade, is 1'ealtbful and what is waits in vain for tion to one's 8orage intelin continuously f printed and fi revie\\s, e'.y 'SS of tak ino Hi: mark that "A Ii will far better world." questions. zildit t tMe This is just The scientists turn, a more or less, in their ;1ewg of what harmful, a final doctrine own bodily experience will fickle data on the theorists, one line of temporal so one ham on interests so that the sufferi g to live by. Put as "vor.' Iitt:attonOh, Inm looking head for on it."--Georgia One with Cracker. Room:-Hey, there, dent spit the floor! Mate:--S'mattcr, A %Irmn~tr ia txaggeratcrl ida o I-Georgia Crackor. lt-Bullock ha, ')mtifl~4 -$0 Se e.eee Ca. a 0 floor leaks? f his had t 9I. Ii I Ut to 1<, v-ith ai capacitya d:sap~d 1.'a praycrv. granted A serve [-ira Lc< ter tP81 ii ly to ol erhi' :'&t in *e wheth "r .' il~ V"-on twin on fprv~'r i bih fc C lfmar ( thc 'r a datua, ~1 Oft, n~ THE PHJIFERI STATE BANK GAINES\ ILLE, FLORIDA I 'I XX IisI > r'e '-IE ~ ~rnu I p p. A -. --see see a ---S & a.~ -~ 'I It desire to I I "I ii, I I r 2 S ~ I it A II' p I, I. 41 4, It F all of C

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I THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR t ( L. AD ENSuffERK CANE I w rw'4-f swatting o e310game. Was rWyr from the rusponsible for the ae casp of the LuCranes, tonight as ye ornamented by th iustaneS. Towels ri also connected the four ply blows., played ragged the elifess of the the fact that their -has been held up sity using the Daahe proteges of Judge -returned winners fthe fact they they win and also to the s. in the grandstand -supporter and rooter assistance they are dlss. illiams doing himound for the LawTeachers helpless exthird when they eona~e track meet on their Al when the smoke had They had checked a. Langford for the NLAT MARKS ANNUAL VefmENNIS TOUR* AMENT. Al Open Tennis Thurlised last Monday with al in the singles and iS bhe doubles. Much inih been nmantfest in the hs that have aireacy been i ll fine tennis has been Sba. Among the best husere those between Smith twi'eand, the lattr winning ;and betwe,, b&ile, the lattec, a dose race 6-4,4-7 '0 past wesk tho wire shattered by ethers giorici iv fly Of )12 is a flal. Lowe k fJ I ouser d. -La e 6--1,6ti Jmdry d, ik d. n. H 3yrd. 1-fiBC-I) Ba -I. (--. 01 E t L1.l,-16-2 rnes s of 'feat x .4 0-2, Qut -c ,i. VRSITY LOST TWO The Gatra started their road first two games to the Petrels of IOgleto-rpe at Atlanta. The habit snds n road trips have f ot sending in any details prohibits the printing of details but Iron, the meagre press reports we glean the information that the Gators were up against a real good team and this coupled with the fact that the gang had a long trip behind them is probably as good an alibi as any and will have to pass muster till more news can be had on the subject. In the First game Smith was on the mound for the Caters while in the second contest the mound work Swas in charge of the Ark. Henry Gray left Friday to join the team for its games against Georgia Tech and with this addition the Team should be greatly strengthened and win the balance of the :>vS scheduled. Teachers was a trifle wild with the inability of his mates to make their hits lize into runs spelled the the conductors of classes Lawyers won. Score Teachers Lawyers Batteries la' vetW~i Conner. Umpire Smith In the sco loge games 1 returned the count Qf S 1 chewed any bi :,s Some one o nteI tie teamn b.virg runs at the Ia.y awarded ti .Amng the and this team materiiruin of and~ the 6 5 9 m nd 4f the inter 1:Entvneers "]nncs w2. 0 -5. Neitiwrt ig league talent hae to w'in in t S t ;d.i or Smajo put (lil dIOCIS In. sf NwrM Ox t ,hinc for the d r Ce (t Th Simm >2 m V LmV. 4 f go' ( avI e onjri and timne -.1 II'he .1 ,. H{m ror~ >t fur ( I I i -I, I -. 1> ty ner o0i gene o '4 2 the but hese the the ra I U!I eers .A L th ra V -a ~ jt U 9 I' I k diI'l 1$ r S I ;t GATO DRO A CLOSE GAME TO TECH Georgia Tech took U game of the road trip Li Gaters on Friday by t score of 2 to 0. Lefty who pitched the first seven for Florida allowed cab struck ot sixmn ankle forced him to etire time ad Deflon wet i to. to Rd hi pt Te DI S he third rOm the he close Spencer, inn ing at this Whi2Rang wi~ Ic]the ra brace of sin~Isi tw the rubber. McClendon ahannah each made a one rw. Captain Morgan of led out a home run for o shc ores. Bztteries. for Fl, Ir 5 lion ztnd Ward. />r Tech I Palmisan,. 7s MINOR SPORTS ON 1 CAMPUS M en may come and men ma hut the apiwtit, or Dick Siae 5 LARGEST CaOWD EVER TO SE GIANTS PLAY New York, April 21.--Accomodation. for 45,000 persons, the largest crowd that ever sa, the Cianta play ball, will be available 5rthe local cpning of the niaY I I I I I tional hague season with the Be.ton Braves at the Polo grounds next Thursday. Tickets for reiegned seats and boxes have been placed on sale and the demand it brisk. SAdhertise In Th Alligator S SbO. ace 000 V Medals, Class Rings and Pins. Committees in search of loving cups or trophies, suitable for Golf, Tennis or other athletic I 'I Aa--------9 FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 9:40 sunday school, H. 0. Enwahl, Ttacher o I ollege Men's Ca 1' Preaching 11:00 and 7:30. Epworth League 6:30. -9 events, will find it an easy matter Choose from selection packages which Will gladly send upon approvaI. ATLEI QUALITY BAIR SUPPLIE SERVICE HARDWARE Phone 7 tOUNe lzse*trn< is progreSsinlg n .ctl tol., lRun Kic mev T ar o i ie ni 'n nextf C ;; ( 1 err f 'A R cely. cotttfn 4/ of dI the be LO the I R. 0. T. C. POST EXCH A N Co-Operative S peciaity Badg. U I b< ~ S. 1 '-V 1' I I t **~ ~-07 'I Now is the time to look gay in spring suits at $1O.75 to &452 i r' TT I PAGE FIVE Greenleaf & Crosby Company JEWELERS Jacksonville, Florida -4. A r *2~ y Nt '1 to we Co. Military and Athletic Goods a Rear of Enginte ring .4 t Ir 21 4 1~~ H r YOU CAN LOOK NATIm \ -re I -I, Pt 'A

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'333 PLORIDA ALIJftarnm PAGE SEVEN 8' a: -. ~eD4 Atia, Ob Mr. Gallagher, ATROGWFS gir, A Matis thit place that bt tl~geI I. 14. 1 Sat, t laisisthe ~to write Do & gl-wn -tlke the j Jagaonville! Well, ggi sd 1, (Effie is dS i I met on the -ee t. three summer awy luck so far, Sd ,he'd come to the -on, to have a larger e mptition. Any3d I got off the train,. fdo.t get seared, Ma, gt tt a iuafter) and flurids Hall, where *Ing up a little bit, WatalS?(or some ~t) flall, to register. haseh of boys, and at usunW lb.-h If I had a hole lb but I didn't dare were all fixed up, it fa-Uuzity, so -we '4 le around a little walking past the dorboth WrIn anybody, a widden some boy that sounded -w.'ad in a minute humldiug was saying *@ thought it italstopped after we eelegeboys SUrfl time w* wont over to CommonS. My nr saw so many -lift When we came stand hollering at us. .0*'r girIssad$. tater forprotfltion, Alek 01111 came Ot to super (Mr hee we se Mr. flulia dear. H. ha fussy mustache, and fuler anorn curi Mr Seqom a little bell, and that I S boys itt out one bg 4 it'' lo der d louder, li It anst t. wonderful to SuhWrIty like that. Dowdell waits Be's wery nice and ac001fbut P'm afraid he's a litle hLWhy, do you know, be taldngto usa if he buen us .11 his life! Wby, I --m of the boys back in give you a little advice. Watch Your ebanice and nab a good ohie. From your description, I should aythat Mr. GilIB, would make an ida husband. Docile, not too hungry, and easily amused. As for Mr. Bullock, I would advise you to keep away from him, for I believe he is a heartbreaker, who would favor you for a while, ahd then let you go. As for Mr. Dowdell, leave him a 1one if he'll leave you alone. I once bad a husband such 1as you describe him to be; I never could get a word In aidmwys, much less talk him into or out of anythlbg. Luckily, he was a railroad man, and wasn't at home very much. Watch your step, daughter, and don'% marry anybody you'll have to support. Lovingly, Ma. )h, Mr. ;'s ailed You can buy there book it's where the ced Arouge-. Ad they also carry and pins, Oh, Mr. Your Th e you' rest s and 'a get ahoes their Cigarettes *Shean, Oh. Mr. Shean, rats this year are certainty fery green; LWC does just suggest; re supposed to ruess the It's boarding *' No, a pawnshop, Mr. Mr. Shean. TO E. .W. Re very masch Ala blue S Whetseldom takes a .Arsk. ks are red, his hair Th pnk. eyer gidy beam and wink girlies pass his wny. He went to Washingoa And while he Waj up see, and Lee there you Lasaaaaa.a -s --a. He ceame to be a houni of tea, And drank it every day. He's really quite a madi s' man SWhen maiden hide -I, fan, He quikly grabs he. ny and leads her out Around her neck hi ae' Into her heart, tle His voice in plshntiv" whines, "I'll love you ever more. the hano, the door. entwiflS, Iove-light whisper Within a day, waek or go', He takes her to the picture show And sitting Just .cross the row, He wnk at her, he blushe, red,. And thoughts of love rush to her head, Re wiabes that his date were da, His heads In such a whiri. The girl, his date, is S. 0. L. He tell, her she cabn do as she pleases, She bog. and-pleads to no avail, With arms around his neck, Oh, cruel fat., why bast thou made Such beasts as this to ever raid, a a a a ----------------------.-----------Three Florida ,boys and two Weslyan girt, h.d met asd aecidentally formed acquaintance a. the train. Eflis--Hait, here is president .1 the 'Y', Mathews is .football star and IMiss Patten--(a Sophomone)Oh, iw~'t that swent. I'm pretident of the "Y. W." and Mits Ryan here (a freshman) is president of the Student flody at Weslyan. ain't we aUl grnat people! Perhaps you have heard of that very absent minded professor of biology who met his class one day and unwrapping a small package said that he would illustrate the day's lessor, by the aid of diasecfrd frog. The open package revealed two ham sandwiches, banana and a piece of pie. The professor looked dumbfounded'Tmust sure that I ate my lunch."--Ex. Stude, to friend reading letter: -"Mail?" "No female." p 1 I ,v.~ ~ -4 -4 -A The heart ot every pretty maid? i Dot such is life--By Heck! .P .--Aw -a -Ad ---r -Te -FC --a OO-Patoiz tsAliaAdvertisers. hyw Tbhe fi-*1 obsiesw. publicationcr of the Uni-t I a o leriv and prspralt vi I' Thuld withoutn thsbe pti ofaitr adetr.e want b9i Sab~~ess fims t do busiesswth. IA S I-i 1* I1-i e Col ege Inn? 4 + + + + + + + + ended

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ms meIG Sg enoa ALLIGAtOR IL.TAKES FIRST WTATh OPENf TRACt NFBT (Continued frorm page 1) ml., Tech. Tilue, 10 sin. 51.4 -S0low hurlls -Sons, A. C. (.; Cemnell, Flerna. Tiambo, Fa SI.; Nonbe, FI'r~da. Time 27.3 so' *#; Criwn, .c.a; CJhisiou', tac. TIMe I nin Se:. 320 biga 'i'rdle;s--&na,.A. C. C4s Monroe, Floih: i .'onard, Cn; CanneD. FLori.Lt,. 'j'e 162 see'. Eunni,.; hroud 3 mp--N awto-a, Florida; Leonard, Centre; Middlebaup, Florid.; Monntjoy, Centre. Dfrtanee 22 ft. 5 in. Ruling high jump-McDoweil G. A. C.; Leonard, Centre; CThis-. hair,, A. C. C.; Bethes, G. A C. Height 5 ft. 9.75 in-. Shot put-Ruberts, Oglethorve: Midulekauff, Florida; Gordy, Cc,tre; Leonard, Centre. Distance 4! Burroughs: "'That isn't the they showed me Captain. Cap't. Ryder: "I know It. quarters of these officers what they are doing. Now company. Burroughs: "But captain, WVWr tcompay." The joke editor digs' .and 11 his finger tips are Dut some poor sap is an "As Ive beard that Wade: "What do you 6fllng Whoouis that Pm .Oulie: "Oh, rm sorry. oh Sight XeL. way These don't ilk Wy I'm in thirks *or-. re t, joke say bemean by a footV' Was it a dice, if seven conw., 'can be far behind ?-Virginia CAMPAIGN TO BE HELD SCHOLARSHIP FUND. In order to secure money for s scholarship fund fwr deserving students a campaign will be put on to sell tickets for the FloridaRollins baseball game at Fleming Field on May 4. These tickets will sell at one dollar each and will inelude one chance on brand new Ford touting car. Drawing for the car will take place at the time of the game. Buy ticket and help out this worthy scholarship cause. Even if you do not win the Ford you .viII get your moneys worth watching the Gators sink the Ts,. And-you might hare the lucky ,.umhvr. ft 6.5 n. Pole vauit-1Cil. Flore ~. Marshall, Florida; Williams, Florida; Mountjoy, Centre. Height 10 ,ft. 2 in. Discus throw-Roberts, Oglethorpe; Granter, A. A. C.; $2wtw. tFlorida; Gordy. Centre. Dis~tno 132 ft. 1.5 inches. 'Javelin throw -Middlekauf,. Florida; Gordy, Centre; (ranger, A. A. C.; Roberts, Oglethorpe, Distance 155 ft. 9 in. 5 mile run-Carter, Ft. Pierce; Gilroy, Florida. Time 34 min. 8.1 seconds. Point score-Roberts, Oglethorpe, Kimtall, 11; Borryman, Centre. 10; Centre, 10; Middlekauf, Boys' don't let a good thing slip Our Carbedine Suits at $17.95 are houm dingers. Get your size, nor.fl. & B. Dept. Store, formerly Busy Bazaar, 129-y,335 W. University avenue. THE COLLE GE MEN'S CLASS OF FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Cordially Invites you to meet with them every Sunday at 3:40 A.M-Teacher, Ban F. Signr Preaching at -...11 A.M. and 7:30 Pi. Mission Stud4 at -.5 P.M. Epwngth League. .6:30 P.M. 9, fea (Continued from Nigt One) however, he admits that she h:ts charm, and the usual and'expocted result follons. Too much praise cannot be given Miss Elizabeth Gerald, who played a difficult nmasculien part almost to perfection. In the capacity of Homer Johns she displayed rare ability. In feminine rolesxiss Clara Johnson ,the Irresistable leading lady, and Miss Gussie Glen, as Sally Boyd, presented the most wonderful expressiOn of love unrequited imaginable and Misses Joanna Harris, Daisy Paul, Alnalee Harris, and Vests Lee, who did themselves credit, in *very way. Miss Adelma Giles, a Miss Curtis, secretary to Miss .0, ELA. U. BOYS-This is Your Store-_ Y o u'r e Welcome here when in TamDB--When you need Clothes we'll be glad to serve you. WOLF B R OTH E R S Tam~a .******. 4 %ALEAsr We have just dous stock of Sio!ES--4ALE-bougbt a tremenArray Munson last AlTENTION Seniors and Juniors School of Commerce We are seeking to strengthen our organization with college mern and women who have a knowledge of bookkeeping or Accounting. We are a national orgamiza-dion and offer either permanent r vacation period work '" ""ur home locality to those who are interested. Good money right from the start wtih opporturuties for splendid advancemcnt for those who qualify. U. S. A. Corporation 504-5 Benoist Bldg. St .LTuis, Mo. -Everything Eleetricaj JOS. J. SEYKORA PHONE ISV -GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA ..l. frn.k r als t l beard one gIOCk snktwt Cci. SEE MRS. y1. .PE II Auerbsche, Fine Candies i GROCERIES L DORSEY & CO. IPIANOS H H l. E TDbQ orida 0 I IEagle BarheJi peg I EXPERT SUNm If llu call onct rod again. jNext Door to Aas I PAL EY MUl UBLIC X% .ha'e p~i~r 1.~. S. shcet, ~,zt w~z thc en on' of th~ ernrncnt sP Th s hundr color dirt I-, nj p sb.,.ed pt dark purche I e tan, bush1 and waterpfl. I at $295 orwct sit 1W d.vry orSf r N.jtiunI IJ.L* pan'. Ink. N V Slat PLAYR N I. t I EL, I. Ii 4 '4 41 Ks 4 .4 'I I I ) r I DE SOW) AND HERNAN4DO ST'S. (Opflslt, Universit4) Th new and modern dormitory. All conveniences for the student. Reserve roanms now for next regular session. Floor Plat and Circular o" request. DR. GEE). S. WALDO, Owner. or DICK STANLEY I EDISON PnONotG xI'U s Florida, 1%; Seas, A. A. 0., 10; Leonard. Cae.e B; Monroe, Florida. 9; NewtOn, FlorIda, 7; Case, Florida, 9; Bflttb, Florida, 5; Lng Florida, 5; Gordy, Centre, 5; Mountjoy, Centre, 2. Team score-.florida 78; Centre 42; Atlanta, A. C. 22; Oglethorpe 12; Fort Pierce 8; Gainesville A. C. 6; Georgia Tech 3; Coast Art. Corps!2. F. S. C. V. MASK AND DOMinO CLUB SCORE BIG SUCCESS. Hayn, gave an eellent portry* at of the romantialy infiin stenographer. Others In the cast were Winifred Kennard, Stanley Cornwall, Mettice Jones, Husksbelle Sale. Rita Stevens, Catherine Hill, Catherine Anderson, Aline Anson, Elizabeth Parkc, Clara Wendell, Lenore Earnest, and Eh zabeth Bass. Miss Gary Ford, with her interPretivc dancing, grounded ,ut the play into one of the most attracive progrglns presented in Gainesvifle this season. Miss Ford gave one number at the matinee performance, and several at the close fur tb playDs gr Pnagtt 45'duh Ga"tae', i


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