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?", -; --- DEBATES- -- \, PENN RELAYS I BASEBALL CHAMPIONS

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DECISION FROM CAPT. ATKINSONHAS Ark Newton, Florida's only reps I AMENDMENT PROPOSEDtO j jj. S BEAT ENGINEERS ON' =
MARSHALLintersocety FRIDAY
JOHN SCORE 10-7.
resentative in the Penn Relayr; ". .

I.J'' 1' RESIGNED AS held at Philadelphia Friday and I j. STUDENT I ACS" '.,'RALLY IN NINTH '

Saturday of this week, won fourth .
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[ 'TRACK COACHIt the Pentathlon event LAWS
BODY Coming to the&rpnt with a rally
toot place last Mon3ayev- I against the cream of the nation's that brought them:three runs in

i' .m Peabody Auditorium bedeea athletes.seven, points.His score' Mras' twenty-. -- the seventh inninng of the chara-

representatives of Farr Lit.Boddyof piionship ball game between, the .
e.. .. theArts and ",. is, with>deep regret,, that the Ark tookVfirst place in "the running ...Notice is hereby given ,that at : Ags and Engineers last Friday t t :

,> student ,body' of the ".University, broad jump with a leap of the regular.meeting of.the4.Student. t afternoon, the Farmers took the
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and John Marshall
College has learned that Captain John A.Atkinson twenty one feet and eleven inches. Body]:3Ssociation Thursday May, contest that gives them the title -

9 ng'Soeiety of the Law Col- who has' for the past This was nine' inches better than 3rd, an amendment to Article 5 of of Kings of Swat" of the campus i4 j

l.resulted in a victory for the three years been head coach of the jump made by Elkins of Has- "the' By-laws of the Student oBdyof by a score of JO to 7. +

'i and Science men by a rate the University of Florida track kell institute,, who did twenty one the University of Florida :will The Jigs were first at bit and (- _

ftwfito-<, J one. teams,,tendered his resignation to feet two and .one-half inches. proposed. The proposed amendment scored five runs the first innlrg, -

! Dr. Murphree on Friday of this Newton took fourth'in the two will make paragraph one of I but the game ree-sawed back''and t' '
"Re-
Y flljubj: f ct: for debate was: 'week: The resignation is to"take* 'hundred metre rac&V ahd fifth in Article 5 as follows: The special fourth until the aC"enl'h'reliEd t'

l lw& ,th}t the present Mexican effect immediately after the closeof the fifteen hundred' metre run. fund shall be administered by the I around with the count tied at sev- ;

,.1-. ;&-ent should be recognized I If. the present track, season. The,Ark said he was,going to Budget Committe, but no expenditure t en. Right here Major Fluycl'a h

tie United States. The affir- As was stated in last week's issue the Penn Relay to put everyton| .: shall 4 e' made there from I Ii favorite sons. urJimbered lh: wil- '{

B&H side was ably upheld by the of the Alligator, "Florida'has he had in for Florida. We know I i unless notice, of the .same shall .low fog the rally that brtUgJitthe t

consisting of Benn I arrived" in track-and it may be you did it, Ark, and your- I ha yg'been uiblished in the Florida the game. *".& J-,
jwyer'j team >; justly said that the Head Coach mance is a credit to yod. perfc'I I I. :All.. ator and paved by a major- : For. thq Ags Ted Pendatvis s -
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!.:. Jetaings, Lucius J. Cushman Atkinson must go the credit for ( 14i lt;;''vote t of members. of StudentBofly I. twirled a*Ace game and the Eng-.- '

sd Bcger K. Lewis. The victor- building up the reputation that i' Association present at the 1 gineers could connect safely only
cham-, I 1 l next regular meeting of the association six times on his s
was LISt offerings.
as negative argument : Florida noV enjoys in the entercollegIate OFFICIAL OF Plock- i
) following the notice in man i
yielded
:vied by Gerald Bee, Edmund R.cGilI track world. Whereas t tmly eight safeties("r .' =

,Roy B. Hoskins. track at the University was for- STUDENT BODYNOMJN1QNS I 1 the Florida Alligator.INTERFRATERNITY the Bruroley Farmers poled in the out a homer for.; -
early of
part
merly a sport indulged in only I
of the winning ar-
Tie
,J keynote. half-heartedly and with-.no intercollegiate -. i BASEBALL the gaps? Ife, with Lightsey and .

enent,:t ..was. the v contention. that I I meets 'on the 'seasof's:- i I SCHEDULE OPENS S:mraons, were the principal wielder -

i 4 v..Jtokap* government; t:does not.; 'I,>prografcf .ItTWa'beendeveloped*- ON. MONDA .... of the wagon tongg(l olrfe'. Irv
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et,prerequisites decided on: oy II L while TrimbleUi&& some tall
... t'9' one, (9 fthe leading activities \
I hiiti
1 courts. of nations. These qual- of the University. Along'the same Now that the inter-college 1g-'lor. the Proteges of .Dean
the list of I games are over. the inter-frater Benton. '. t '
at ns, as stated by Mr. Bee, line team has Following is official I *
were.. : first, the willingness and I been, a developed cross country which had 'a high nominations for student body of- 1(, pity gamesbegin Monday. .Last' Summary: ........ ...,........ ....RUE { r

Asfctj i of a nation to pay its 'success the ficers as submitted by Landon Fuller year the S.'A. E'a.. won the inter-- I, Engineers: ..__-_ -._ ........,.7 6 '4 -
degree of past sea-
feeifn debts; second, the stabile ',Ionth State High School Truck :secretary; of,the Student Body: I fraternity baseball championship, AgV.. .... ,... ._.' _.._........._10 10.g3

Tits government; and third, I Meet. has taken on added impor- President: of the Student Body I ,and.it remains to_bc seen whether \ Batteries:_Engineers, Plockleman

*e 'functioning of the courts scgto I tance, an annual Florida Open J. R: Farrior, Robert L' Earnest, they will again tfiis year take the and Hubbard; Ags: Pendatvis and '- iNeilson

protect! the lives and properiwd Track and Field Meet has been instituted Kenneth B: Hait.Vicepresident. banner. The schedule has not I Umpire: Thompson s

foreigners within its bor- I I at the University, and of the Students'Body been definitely announced, but,j I ..;-.o1t .\
:will be before the begin I Ii
I* Mr. Bee forcefully stated track men devloped who'are capa- George W. Milam, M.n... Monday. games THE TENNIS MEN WERE

Itt Mexico's past record proves !!I ,' Hinson., i I rfI I il. AWARDED MINOR.t ;
!hf.instability. I Continued on page flv* Secretary and Treasurer of the SPORTS LETTERS
F|I6r. McGill and Mr. sah'with I D. Hinckley. I ; -
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MILITARY COMPETITION -
the situation from ajtodal
Budget Committee (three to b* : '
social and economic point SUMMER SCHO OL' t E Lynn Crawford, Herbert: Williams -'
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4j view, asserting Mexico's 'm- elected). \ .1- DRAWS I Harold Pomeroy and, Har-
\i. S. Stansfield,.W .t' raId
the G. A. Martell Klock, members of the' 1922
IfcsibUity of ever achieving ', t
SESSION WILL Middletpq:: Milton Yeats, Henry '. tennis
... team, were l'l"Ct'ntly'award.
fcndards set for nations. ?**
5V !r NEAR CLOSE
Perr)'. ed letters for their good work
j Jb: of
Leigh of the Department} I' i
i I I Chemistry, acted as chairman Of. OPEN JUNE 13 Faculty Members of the Budget; 4 R done last year. The letters were y

i : Committee (two to be elected).. I t minor sports letters of medium
were
I meeting. The judges t -
L. Reed, Captain J. size; an orange 'F" inside of a
Professor
event
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i Ii Thos. V. McCaul, Mr. J. Hpsrrish With only one more to t t-
VanFleet. 'I large circle! with a blue back-
A. and
and Mr. Barney Colson. completed companies D, B C I
The summer school sess'nc: of I ground. Our tennis
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team this'
I\'Q.1.\! Arts and Science Collegeimers Cheer Leaders (One head sheer running neck to neck with _
the University, of ,Floridawill; bp- year has done some splednid work
bs leader and twfc assistants be A not far behind. The
sa.* t>f the debate, wilt : company. .. .
ruded en June 13 and continue for eight C. Byrd, Pat Owens, standings I and there will probably be more '"
!S the Faculty lovn: cup electd) John of the highest three
I weeks, closing August 8, it wan 14P's" awarded for
Hait, EdgarP. close tennis this year
jartfe coming The debating Hugh Gunn, Kenneth Companies is so that-the results
year. week ,
of this last
I announced on Friday than -
a?.h rotation among the societies: Ellis, David Rambo, George of the inter-<:omp .y riflec&mpetit'on .
reservations for rooms
: been held two years in succes- I Already Stanley. I' between the sopho-
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heavy TURLINGTON ENTER
been
have
on oa"three occasions and ,will Editor-in-Chief of the Florida ,. mores of.the battalion .wjll decide
College, expects -
Teachers
"*the peroiame&t property of *beeiety dean of the attendance at the Sumner Alligator, K. K. Hansen. which company will carry the colors TAINS. SENIOR AGS. tit

haM f : 19t for three ronprtiTe I session an of about one thousand. Dr. Business Manager of the Florida next year. ..

-ars. <; president of the Uni- Alligator, David Rambo! David F. The competitive events are .classified Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Turlington
Murphree
,. McDowell. in three frames. Attendance, were hosts to the members of the -
f named directorof _
versity, has been Drill .
Contests and.MilitaryContests. Senior class in the
j the summer school. Dr. Nor- Managing Editor, C. D. Keene. I Agricultural:
1F .TEAM: FIRING IN The standings of the companies 1 College at his home in North
is dean of education. President of the Y. M. C. A.,E.
INTERNATIONAL GALLERY man is AS follows: Gainesville, last night. Eighteen
k faculty and courses for the A. Clayton, Kenneth B. Hait. .
The ATTENDANCE
HATCHES : .. members of the class were present ,f
t summer session is as follows: Vice-president of the Y. M.C.A. Company and alto an.equal number of young 3

A. A. Murphree, A. M. U L. D., ., E. P. *Ellis, E. D. Hinckley. Company B 564 ladles of Gainesville. Games wete

I.... is the fourth week of be-theternational president and director, J. W. Nor- Secretary of the Y. M, C. A., ,Company 6S1 playaed in J>r. Turlington's home

ween Gallery MulA universities man, 'Ph. D., dean education Jos- J C. Mathews, O. R. Davis. Company D 561. ..', and out' on the lawn i Refresh;

.* the colleges and conducted eph Roemer, A. M. Ph. D., second- Treaznrer of the; Y. M. & A., DPILL CONTESTS' : t ;eats__we r .served., consisting of

United States, ary education and assistant dean, W. a"Ild adti National '
.the' auspices of the 'E.' c. Beck, A- M. English W.. B. Present of the Athletic Asso CompanyO44 :Tile ,guests, departed At eleven

fle Association.last Rifle Hathaway A. M.. English, Miss cistianr:JV. M. ,Robinson. .Company, D 36 : : o'clock.,. 'having enjoyed a very = .4
week the Florida Sheppard,",.A. M..' English : MILITARY: CONTESTS; ,: pleasant evening1.Eventiosf '
*ID tired. the third stage in the Mary V president of the Athletic"Association
English, -
G. E.Everett B. S.A. M., (With rifle firing contest between
petition. the prone position, MrsvJ. R. Ramsey English, T..:M J. 0. Cox.t .sophs unfinished) .

yt an average of 9SO- Three'des Simpson, Ph. D.. Mathematics, C, ." .s' retary of the Athletic Association Compary.A-18: .. *" third Drill one third. '

yet 'remain to be fired, I. Hollingsworth.; A. B. Yathem t- :i / ,' y. H.' Langworthy.Stitiat Comp nj.B.-2r;; :,'7 Attendance .....,,........._.....- Drill,

t Ong, rtanding and sitting.. ics, W. !L Cassels, A. B.. )Lathe;' Rcpresftatativcs: on the Company C 14 .' Company, ,A __.&? rx

pt, Ryder requests that more natics, }t. L. Hamon, B. S., Math='j :Athletic Botrd :(ffurt'lo.be,elected!)... Company*i> M. : :i Compiny: 83w ........,..' .CompaayC &5
%_*a Mme out end practice that we Ma:1:: 6 ..F ; ,1O 4 ...... ._ 100ompeay
11& : 'matlCS. "H. .C. Metcaife\ Joe 'Barchaa sf. .II W aC4,1St4iatt ;': NAIr"RATING-.., ; .<", --
J make. as oiflK'a score as pos- Dt _.._ ...$4
I' 1onieraq.Eddie Bliie. .' .\..' Attendance one third. Field Jt2 :- y
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i E Ii d later Representative in I
.. Legislature from Washington
li : < ALUMNI I NEW'S.- ;{ ? county. THE LYRIC THEATRE a

... : You 3 Know How We Stand on All Cofcg! $ Ifat..
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b l F II e a W. AIiIBS '16. Spessard Holland is now .- .. ..... .-. ... ...
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ttta Judge of Polk county andis ,
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att.t, + ttttftttt ttttttt "' located at Bartow After receiving -

; his pUB, from Emory in SEE
Many of the University Professors students that were back for -this Vidal 4ti
of the War- Drug Company
principal
12, he ,
; ; have engagements "in the meet were: E. B. Green, 22, Bill was
i renton (Ga.) High School for two FOR DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET
near future to deliver the Comp Fielding, Tootie Perry and many ABTlCIfe ;
mencement Addresses at various ethers. It seemed like old times to years, then coming to Florida for CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAjrpS

High Sschools in the State. We hear the stands lined with students his LLB. 5$

; know it will be a pleasure for the' yelling across the field to Tootie" --- f -
alumni to meet their former prof- and hear his jovial answer. <

P essors'again. We also trust that issasESESHRs -

HI '' i the alumni will do their part to '15, Bradley.W l osi n, LLB, is now .

h make the stay of these Florida practicing law in Bartow. He was MEET ME AT
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i ,Men a pleasure. A combination a Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Delta'Phi '-

I i' F we would 'like to see is that of man while in school and we
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i t; the Principal or Superintendent of hear that he is making the same : h

the school, an old Florida man, introducing success at his profession. .
; 4 V another Florida man to ...- '.MILLER'SWe

? '} t .his patronS. If your local school '06, Hunter S. Woodberiy, who
V
V V' has yet, to supply a Commencement received his 'A. B. here and later .

1 speaker, remember that your graduated* in medicine at the University Are At Your Service

f old faculty has many men among I of Virginia, is now a snr-

; ti .E'' .its number that will fully do jus- geon at Deland. I No Place Like Home and Miller's
tice to the occasion and that itwill -
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'f.i }, ,be a pleasure for. you to meet '19, Alden B. Crosby, B. S. E. E.,

(. I "again. was fromery employed in the Gen-
eral Offices of the Southern Util- -

We have just learned from ities Company at Palatka, but was
,
i this morning's Sun that R. L. King out of work for a while on accountof
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Class '11, has resigned his position illness, expecting to resume his "
} as County Agent for Alachua work in Palatka the first of the
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a county ,and expects to resume his year. ; .. ..
-! 'former position on the Extension --- .f 1
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Staff,of the Alabama Experiment '20, Dewey A. Dye, LLB, is now 1
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f Station. We are sorry to lose Mr. practicing law in Bradentown. He I

.King from this State after so was formerly associated with C. T.

,; ; brief a stay and hope that in future Curry, but has been practicing

i i V years he will again decide to for himself since :March921, ,
make Florida his home and use his I
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services in the agricultural' development Otto M. Stallings, former p

y of this State. student in '18, ; is now in the insurance ,

---- business as a member of ,1

(Mr. O'Byrne, Major Floyd, the firm of Otto P. Stallings and

E Ralph Stontmaire, W. G. Wells Son of Tampa. He was 'formerly

V and: many other of the alumni attended Sporting Editor of the Tampa
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: I : the Horticultural Society Daily Times. .
I meeting at Orlando a week Stewart Shull '15 '19 is now .(
1 ago. to -
You
I' .'-:: : were first to appreciate soft .
: Mr. O'Byrne is on another extended in the newspaper business at Mel- '
j'' : "ed trip at present so we were unable bourne, Fla. ; : '. t'V COll lTSSOyou'll'appreciate .

to get the information desired Alva_ L. Reid, former student in :: this adjustable'cap! '
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as to just who was there and what 15, is now traveling for the Sales : 1j

-. t. was done by old Florida men. However Department of the Tennessee Coal, : You college men demand comfort in attire. s
I V this will 'be in next week's Iron and R. R. Co. During the '
:, That, as much as anything is responsible
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I Alligator and also some oth'ernews World War he was a 2nd Lieut.

i i I the Alumni Secretary has in the infantry. for the "something different" that sets you

I) gathered in his trips over the ;i.,. apart. .
Lindon.. Cannon student ,' : Q j
-, 4 State. former '' ;

in '10, is now doing Highway \ Thus the vogue for soft collars,for goloshes, ,

(l ,To date, practically all of the work with the State Road De- for easy-fitting suits began in the collegesof
questionnaires sent in by alumni partment, as Division Engineer of 4
the land.
l 1l V ti and former, students, have been Division 2.Randall i ", 'l

gone over and the news of' each Chase, former studentin
,i f Thus also, are college men flocking to
man's doings written in the Alumni 18, i.gnow an agent for Chase -1

section. Fortunately, in view. and Co.. in anford. He writes as welcome the. "SURE-FIT' cap. .

pf the end of this source'of information follows:, "Regretting that I am
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t This has invisible buckle
not full bat cap an 'and strap
V the school year is about a fledged, graduate' t
at the close, so that te hAlumni assuring you of"my interest an-1-' which enables- you to adjust it to your

V 1 Section may continue to exist the support." I comfort. It's made in every pattern and is '

remaining few issues from what ".
John F. Conoley, who has ,,' styled for college men.
hews we can get from other J
a
been working for the best interestsof
r f + sources. Naturally this may be the .University ever since he \ Hop to your haberdasher and look it over.
VVSV construed as another call for
came to Gainesville, was a former '
news. We are especially desirous : .. New
Spring styles in "Sure-Fit"
student here in 02 to 04. For Caps are !
r : I that. all alumni and former students the past three years he has been I being shown by Burnett the Clothier, and -
that have their -
=1 i changed occupation the unofficial director of the Uni h L. J. Burkhim. ;
i residence, done -
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versity Dramatic Club, the Maa-
things of interest will lt
noteworthy quraders and is in charge of the
( let us know, so that we may given erection o' Newman Club
fthe i
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4 such news before the summer va- w .
building, Crane Hall, which will
w( cation. Let us hear from you.
Ft serve as a clubhouse for the stud-
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t V d t ? ---.., ents and be a very valuable addi- YL ,

S The epen track meet last week tion to the campus. ':

; f V was a great success and we know 1i'

x V that it was extremely gratifying' James R. Cosert, former student
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to the alumni to know that a Flor here for three years ending 1918, ,

ida man the same one you have and later receiving his M. E. from I

S cheered so strenously at last sea-- Cornell, is now; operating a bus --

: i son's football games-was the individual line out of Tarpon Springs. t

d1; t star of the meet, and that r---

TI 'Florida{ won the meet by a safe '22 L. C. Crofton is now prac-

margin oer vstrong competitors. ticing law in Deland. During the

r ? Among the alumni and former War he was Coxswain and Ensign .


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SOCIETY AND night. On the following .
CLUBS 1
may be made. The f
Monday' night the Club's amount in Miami. Plans are underway l
EDGAR BUSBEE social will be! held. .annual. registration fee will be paid Tfy'the to start the construction of-

'.. .. .. '. + +, + + .. ...... ...... ,'" Y. M. C. A. the building soon. -/ f !
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! T. .'POP DANCE the I Campaign is coming alongJ rell.it NOTICEMeeting
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t to open has -
The been announced. St. Petersburg
Ag Club
I) the visiting young program Monday: of Senior Class in Pea- }
Ki Mask- and Domino night was interesting instructive went over the top with $10,- hody Rail
'4 tie_ Tuesday evening May
--... .. UNIVERSITY and enjoyable. 000
1. S. W. C. the members DANCE FOR The first speaker and several thousand more has I 1st at ?:00 p. m. Very important.

J. Afbs Tau Omega rater.Ii. VISITING TRACK MENThe was His Mr. fiobetf K. Buckley and ---- .--_------- ------ .
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j l w evening. sity was host to the visiting track participated in these sports and l

5 tSiately stfrwfoy after the grand fi- i men and the young ladies from so was well qualified to give his .: FURCHGOTT'S MEN'S STORE :I'j !

TFtfe "Chain School" the Tallahassee last Saturday evening very interesting discussion and description :- :
t at a dance given in- the of these activities. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
at the
r t /gathered fraternity_ Gymnasi-
.,. Following this talk, Messrs. A. -
anclni! was enjoyed unit um.The t
large J. Geiger. and G. A,
)fi o'clock to the tune of Bob- main room of the Martell pre : ; ,
i nson's I Floridians. The Was' decorated with many colored gym sented to the club the speeches YOUNG MEN should ask to see the new 'Broadway Model : :;

p pennants and banners. which they will use to defend their : and the new 'Brooks'-the very latest spring and .
, ion stain! were opened en- Swanson's side summer I
l sating a :very desirable orchestra furnished music from ofj>; the debate against the models to leave the cutters' tables. At CONVENIENT COR- .
Georgia *
"1to 0 for the dandng. Fruit punch nine to twelve o'clock. \ speeches Agricultural College. The NERS we wiJI show them to you. : :
showed the result of -
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careful
,med throughout the ::
evenA .
PEABODY'CLUB study and much preparation. 'I '
: With such men as these : :
representing
us-, we feel i s _.
Became: the hall certain of anether
was t8 be used
INFORMAL
SIGMA for an intercoHegute victory over Georgia.

POP DANCE Monday tight, ihs mating debate if Peabody bet- Floyd After and these Dr. Tarlington speeches Major : SPRING A.NDSmaiER. SUITS. .
Glut briefly !
was !somewhat sh ntFn- .
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members of Delta Delta ed. but thoroly commented
$! The debate *or the on and
evening
of Kappa Sigma entertain- I was postponed un.il the not met- criticised. them in a constructiveway. : Tropical WorstedsGabardines -Se<:suckers ;.
.. tMnda and members of the Ing. ll.e first two numbers
-.t the "Charm School" from the program were given however.01 I On next Monday night April 30I.: Tweeds .

r lessee at an informal dance The last issue of PeabvJy: Scan- the seniors will bive their Whipcords ; -Wool Crash ; -
home last well addresses to the Ag Club. ,
Saturday dilizer a pamphlet humor : fllohairs
by -HomespunsCheviots
z. teacher humorists Everybody be present and hear ; : -
was read by Silk
f>>whole lower. floor of the Miss Mammie Adams Mr. Moore some good talks :by men who Pongees ... -;_ '

_ras opened to form; a large gave a reading that should know. : -Silk, Shantungs -Blue Serges !1
dance ,floor. The v Flort- "have i
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say inspired the despondent. I -Palm Beaches -
!; HsrWe' seated in one corner do not know the t '
name of this selection MASQUERADERS +
il rendered peppy music from '
but will
avow as to its ':
Jem to one o'clock. A bowl of merit. This wonderful lineup of light, weights: materials ready :

K v&!-placed on the porch at The officers for the first semes- RETURN FROM .4 for the first warm days of spring. -

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\ :: 4-button coats. .

!I t I The Masqueraders returned to : For Young :Men there's belted styles, Norfolk and plain .'

Ij the campus on Tuesday from their r''. mod Conservative Models for older men. There's browns -
j second trip of the season on which
grays, blues, tans and all the
their newest 1923 herringbone
1923 production Dream Stuff ,
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effects. \
For ; was played in Ocala, Tampa and \
I Unruly St.
__ Petersburg. t -
The company which numbered 4
Hair inall forty-three men and included 12.00 $13.50 $18.50.
14 a
r Father Connoley, dramatic
f ,, Stacomb: keeps: your 6a t coach of the Masqueraders, the $20.00 $22.50 $25.00
just as comb it f f
you aod,at the
L'I acts of the show, and the special .
came time
supplies natural
f orchestra left on Friday afternoon $27.50 30.00. $35.00
beneficial!oils which the Kale
I of last week and played I J. '
I absorbs. .. to an ..

Ixlr.Ideal Add alto after life cod washing luxer.Ask yur. Saturday enthusiastic night audience they showed that night.in I:. ..............................4

barber for Tampa at the Tampa Bay Casino. .
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a Sta- SZ t ----- --- -- -- .
comb -lb.r In the West Coast metropolis they ..r..w. .w..... .... ---- -- -- ..a.-- .-..-
At all druggitu. ,uc......u.W III; were entertained in private homes t.I 1 -
Hales the HairStay Ctmitd and spent Sunday htere. !| FIRST NATIONAL BANK i
Monday they went to St. Petersburg i!II Incorporated 1888

across the bay and played at t Capital $100,000' Surplus, $150,000 t tI

night ts a good house. t GAINESVILE FLORIDA
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--- ----- --- --.-.---------- -._----- ---- -- -- .---,------- -- Next morning: it was planned, ; I 1 ...4IIIIII 4IIIIe 4I _..... ..._ .......
that everbody should leave for
; home but through late rising half I 1 ---- .-- -

-, Popular Goods at Popular Prices atBIPKHIM'S the crowd was left and came in i t ,
I I later.. Henry Smith lost his flute I

I in the mad rush but it was retrieved THE REXALL STORE NO. 2

for him by one Homer, il 719 University Avenue
who returned by the later train
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Drug Store Nearest the University" r.. -

PromptOelivery Service PHONE 360-W
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.Demand Value and style a meeting of the Y. M. C. A. I Basement Language Hall
Cabinet Wednesday evening:, it J, tt t ,

Society Brand Clothes '.'_ was decided that the banquet for |I t
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the winners of the Bible :
Study
Hanan Shoes Manhattan Shirts.Wx:Hats .. f
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? contest would be held in the University f '
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Are featured lines in the Giddens Store. Commons about May 9. It New Lin !of University Jewelry.and Stationery, Large I II

I AI : ,, The principal speaker will be Col. j I Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps, Memory t '
.Mail Orders a Specialty\ o_ ,- W. J. ,Bryan. Those who will be I R

-:. \' '"' rf -, present are boys from D sectioThomas t" | Books, Etc.A tt t
I Brotherhood Club, Theta
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-\ : would take a trip to Lake1 Wau- WON'T YOU
burg but it has been decided that
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this will take the place of the trip. HAVATAMPAMILD :
The regular Wednesday evening #
HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING ,CO. devotional serivces will be held in HAVANA R-
the "Y" from now until examinations -
start. CIGAR ; : -
TAMPA, FLORIDA .
t ; Reservations are being made for ELI WITT CIGAR CO. _
l those who expect to attend Blue

I Ridge this s mmer. All anticipating I DistributorsTampa

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at Gainesvflle,Florida!, under the acts of March -i .
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< Men to See an ;Try On Our
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Editor-in-Chief
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FBEDERIC H. LANGWORTHY __.__ : -
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I I MURRAY OVERSTREET._ ,':':"" : .; L-' Specially designed for the'straight, slim figures of Varsity men-tailored al

H. S. PARRISHW. '- ...:.- __. _., .- to look as good'in the showdown as they do in ;the showcase. Some of the
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jt! G. PARMENTERB. c '' .. ..1..' ?" models have inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt. F

:F. BERLACK ___.. ;_.-:._. Some have bellows shoulders; also belted. Some have patch pockets that r :

'p= :N."D."St. JOHN __ .. .--'-:_ ; button through, other patch pockets are plain. Some are two button. Some .!

1 k G. A. MARTELL ._. are three button. # -wshe

1 i R Porters: J. W. Usher, Don C. Booth, G.A. \, All in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make-

', I {;{ Sam Cornwall, G.,H. Bee, L. w Rogers. nvmship. Extra value is, of course to be expected.'i : .. tert

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who speaks t "' Lt:
gramatically. The man Porter
I cause he detects in him an occasional fault of .

fuses to open his spiritual self to words of : let:

'i F fleshly ear detects in those words slips of I ::,. 5 ; ; ClothingqCci.
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body above the mind. He goes into voluntary I '. '
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less master. It is a fine and desirable : .t.
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r E always to speak grammatically; but it is still,a -*":_ -*- ;* )JACKSONVILLE, CORNER BAY &ND.'LAURA. Jx

..i to forget the techervin his message, and to .. 7 -J' '.,- C
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terious;>the imaginative, the poetic and the SOCIETY, i JOHNSON'S'PHARMACY V]
J ; Drags, Medicines,jStaUofiery, Toilet; and Rubber Goods t 1
i tnep""gays the dictionary, dealt "not so tIlu Pres. Jennings opened the John
t 'We.guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. tab 1I
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familiar life as with extraordinary and debating society Satur- I 'I
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eonsiderd
Qurest drugs used Low prices. Quality 'f
i ventures." But real life always has its for one of the most enthusias- Gainesville, Florida. (
meetinis' !III.Aa.. -. _ ... _ .- _-
the the
real and unfamiliar. One who goes into the M"w year,

i library to inspect the romance-texts will I part of the program,,was 'a t

invention of romance writers. But had he .between 'members/ of the
unreal and the unfamiliar in the, faces of the duating-: class 'which had a

on ,the way to the library, he might look upon success in setting .'he' THE PHItfER STATE BANK 'I
: for this society, in the com-. ,
L comparatively barren and unfaithful in the .jl'C- ', : GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
p
The
years. question was
y. k ; which they seen to abound.
,the supreme court judges sEraiaasaj
.Do you know the life-story of the man Florida be appointed instead of -' !
you?,Can you imagine even a tithe of his ?" E. M. Knight and R. A.Iarsicanno -t;;'
involvements and his extrications, his obtained a decision in -
f
i> 4 takings, his associations and his : of the affirmative, but only j FLORIDA BARBER SHOP .
t ( and ambitions?'You think you know him. r a hard struggle against their, | WEST SIDE SQUARE :]

and his strength, his tastes and his distates opponents. Service and Courtesy 9Guaranteed our Motto t:1
After this officers were elected. il
; vices=more. or less. He has often laughed Pres. J. R. Wells V-Pres. Paul J. C. PREVATT, Prop. i
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have- him -- --
seen turn away and remain silent. ert. Sec. and Treas. John -- -- ,. ?
hits\well and yet you have never seep so much Debate Rep.Tom fergu- J --,--:
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1 him. No we "live only on the crUst'or.the Reporter D. Sibert, Sarg.
are so captivated by surfaces that we do not Arms. L. C. Cushman.Mr. 91
C. J, Hardee an alumni of "
There is no romance in fellow-students ; "
your Bedding Pillow Cases I
U. of F. Law School was i
do not,take the romantic view of it yourself. I ;/
ad-
and
gave an inspiring Sheets '-
Blankets ,
mance on the library shelf any more than .Jess. '
: ; about you if you have not the romantic I I j

; r ; seeing the unfamiliar in the familiar, the WHISTLE OF THE TRAINTo RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES J :1E
MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER I

romantic? a story one could write out I the soul that's prone to wander.
r t facts! 'How romantic a story another can There's a melancholy strain!! ; We Keep Everything for Your Room
seems to you the unromantic facts. Many a 1- As o'er the rumble and the thundu-
,' 1h1r true to the facts that it fails to be true to the Comes the whistle of the train.Memories .1

:1 One writer makes his "true story" dull and rI :
,i writer makes the same story lively and thronging to ,the mind corns @1
y back ?
come to our views of things. Shall we GAINESVILLEFLORIDAt
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I As it strikes upon the ear;
bidding, severe deathful? Let us make it ,
Fills the heart with sudden longing
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sympathetic, life-giving.
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As the rushing train ,!raves near. \

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ci 1t There is music to the rover :
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SHOE ECONOMY Till his ardent heart beats frantic, i
4 If your shoes quickly run down at the Neath,the chains that binds his. I ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR COMPANY

toes or rip out at the seams---they don't fit will I SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT ,f
# 1 If the shoe Properly fits your foot (there
1 t! kinds of shoes for different kinds of feet) And when the lonesome hours are I SERVICE AND QUALITY J
shape, and last as long as the leather. passing | OUR MOTTO
\Ve fit you correctly-not only becausewe Then the passion comes againTo I ( also because we know feet. For that pulse the breast with tense J STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE K. WINTER, BOOM

t, the greatest amount ot wear at the least emotion}*,- .. t| 1BUCKMAN f"I..
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and investigate the l
possibilities ,
will have,the sternest kind.of How. the mighty,have fallen, ser .
opposition ATKiNSHAs'I of a hardwood floor from'thebusiness
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IN ATLANTA Git fer Home, Bruno. .
UvS
be of holding their own against It's funny the amount of inter-

GATOR WATER MARVELS the best in the country, witness the est the arrival of one dilapidated
tl TO MEET 'I LOYAL JUNIORS, ATTENTION
l JACKSONVILLE varsity relay
teams at the Drake antique, superannuated specimen
; "AL TARS", Relays, the Freshmen at the j .- Your three uew. P
, 'freshman mile relay learn, Relays Tech of Henry. Ford's, art creates on crisp greenbacks

Died byJ inmie Hudson: great Penn and Ark Newton at the Sunday when the Civil War yet- for the Annual Junior Prom.

2tr, left Gainesvill ThursKtrnoon -_ The Universities water marvels Furthermore Relays we in Philadelphia. eran that guides its destiny stopsin given in honor of our beaived Seniors -- :x,

for Atlanta where ,will now have at the (who are shortly ot make ,
meet the 'All Stars" University front:of various
the Fraternity
of Jack- one of the
best
quarter
y\JJ compete in the Tech re- their timely exit) are due May 1.

ig a: annual affair at ,Grant for sonvfflq there Saturday, May 5,' mile' cinder paths to be found in Houses and races the engine as The Junior Prom is the great M.
the
a struggle that will
Interesting country. It
'lie men ,making, the; tripfford : prove that must be admitted substitutes for a horn. event of the year; your girl will be s
for the
:( BUtch, captain, the most educatedof oval now found on flem- there; every other good,fellow will

<"I. Htnroe, Glenn Magill and grandstand managers, while the ing Field is vastly different form t Hawkshaw, the local Shelock; be there with his girl; and all
gf
gjp..:,Frank Adamo will also fourth scheduled dual water meet that on which Gator atheletes 1. announces that the rule against will be happy. We are sorry that !
of the used
4ejie trip in the capacity oftats" Gator swimming: team' waa.' These foremrly to do their stuff. Parking in Lovers Lane will be we can not allow you your fall =

r unexpectedly canceled Friday evening are but a few of the Captain's strictly enforced and hereby serves capacity; only six girls will be per t

have shown, ., much when Coach Barrs receiveda accomplishments in the I notice on the summer school Cow- witted for each aspiring classman' TM

..b. the inter-class inter-col-:: ? telegram from West Palm Beach realm of track at Florida. boys that their chances of gettingby but complete liberty is given in ,

and Open meets stating their inability to appear Coach Atkinson himself is a this summer are slimmer than tne choice thereof.

Sawaonee' next. Tuesday afternoon.Florida's graduate of Dickinson College 'In the average inhabitant of Russia
teas on and stand a wonderful Pennsylvania The three bucks should be paid
acquatic stars have and captained track, at the writing.
Ktf placing in the mile relay present promptly (yes, if you think yon :
demonstrated
cross-country and
exceptional form relay teams In
, 'h which they are entered. practice in that school won't be there, it'll be for the glory t .
He
since has
they were defeatedby coached The life of ,the K. A. of old '24
san will run a quarter mile teams since average the good class of ,) just
Palm Beach leaving
by sinking to lower college and
!on past record should, not heights the famous since 1921 has been head track ra.t is one hard proposition, these the same, to any of the following '

behind at the finish of the Georgia coach at the warm summer days. A fellow hard-working fools who compose _

"'e Tech,ducks on Frieze's Pond. This University. doesn't| sympathize with'the lady the, finance,committee: Dick .Siaa,
Captain
Butch yellow jacket school in turn wona Atkinson assigns his who'attends to the house cleaningat Sylvester Middleton Jay Byrd,

, Mt Clifford Is whop captains in- decisive victory over,:Clemson resignation; to the fact thai the home, tin he has to get down Percy Hansen and Orville Davis.
:e ( rapidly developing : the first part of'this week by- a press of extra duty, witch his
I iotsf; the best sprinters ever track .
total of 51 to 17 points work adds to his already full --

'school, and in years to come Earl Moore and Ozie: Bie, the schedule in the Military Dspart- ___ __ 4I 4I 4II "' 4I -

oaM.. make the cinder Monroe team a5s11e comets of the University, show ment, is more than his health car' |t:; FIRST METHODIST CHURCH i .'
recruit. "Bun" stand.
Captain Xtkintgn: it will
ster blown as a hurdler, but plunges such brilliant that small form hope in is in store their be remembered, saw servlcs: ovcxseas to; 9:40 Sunday School, H. O. Enwahl, Teacher of College M"'t *.

*ertWess the author of some and sustained nineteen serious Class.Preaching.
S for any incomers. Moore is a 220 t
stj fibres at quarter mile run- yard man, and Bie is scheduledfor wounds from which 'ie has never 11:00 and 7:30. Epworth League 6:30. a

eg'oa be counted upon to upend fully recovered. - ---...
1 a healthy breast stroke in ," -. J .'" I
\is of the bargain.In
which heIs
a mean contestant.
: tTj&shop and"Gle'un 'Magill, MINOR SPORTS ON THE I.
Cliftonwith
:Marvin Cy Williamsand .... -4
jjiia Atkinson has a fast-pair CAMPUS -\te
Fred Morrison will plungefor .
i who ; 3Wr.'
names can set up some '
distance, while Howatt a mans
clime when pushed. .Eranl 'Take; about-er-Sixteen-pages for ATHLETIC SUPPLIES
i
) owlhg ip"'feceitionally well for -
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_alternate .. tomorrow.. ,. '..
u ,, gives them his'training,4: CoachnBarrs}; anJ"Clifton v' $ / f
i ipeedy cinder star to take the '' -r -r'J, .
fd'cYth Barr -
: :rleay course.
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A .of of For the position of.Honorary QUALITY SERVICE r
> one the regular quar- and Howatt bring up the '100 yard \ ,

eSomld anything befall them dash, with Bogree .Varena and Dog Catcher of the University, :we
nominate the fellow who clad in
Earl Moore in the 220 and Barr's .
BAIRD HARDWARE CO.
: his evening clothes' gave chase to s
Howatt in q 50.
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and : ;
fAITj .... :.. ., .. ", a .demented pup in the ,wee sma*
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RELAY '' '. :
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; '" hours of, the morning Sunday and Phone 7

succeeded' in placing ,three bullets ;

EN AT DRAKE CHICKEN, HOUNDS,HUSBANDRY DEFEAT in the carcass of the .aforesaid .

: pooch hound and then had
: : : V fTHB'/BARRISTERS
[ RELAY MEET the mortification of seeing the pup
; -' .?, :j;' .and the three ;1 '
.,;L.::; ,.t'f; :' ; ", : bullets do a hundredin -
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.... complete surprise- ten flat and disappear in the R. O. T. C. POST EXCHANGE .
Springing general direction of Georgia.
on the Campus Crew the student .
1'he Varsity mile and two mile Army Goods I
of modern farming "deposit the .
Two in balloon '
1 teams left Gainesville Mon- men a and the .
hart tha ...
Lawyers down rather in --
%afternoon for DeMoines, Iowa, horse ran away.
second of the inter-college game Athletic Equipment ?
r'e they are carded to in t'N
appear '
* on Freshmen Field Monday, the The bouquets of beautiful
flowers
Drake Relays, held Friday and -
verdict being 10-2 fflh the large that .
may of the past week. The were tendered the girls Sweater Sale this week. Come over and see the best "
: portion in favor of j fie Ags. from Tallahassee the choice A
were
then '
making up the squad I showing of' the vegetable at a Big ReductionCome ,
: O'Neal Joe The ones of the season and reprsentd I
: Cox, captain, and of-
raisers was Unexpected hours"of hard
4ey, Raymond Crown Cyril work on the parr
i fencesively and, defensively they of the A" students. I

Man-ate far superior to the legal ...
I were. II "' "' - accompanied the team
!the capacity of coach and facul- lights of Dean Trusler's, booted They came, they saw, they con- I ,

nI sentative the old cherry constantly with a quered. But next year give the

Theo : determination thai brought forth girls the 'respect that they de-.
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I Il be held first race, a mile relay much applause from the support I serve and there will be no repeti- to our place of business and we'll fit I

ith the two mile Friday relay event afternoon sche- ers of the future Luther Burbanks brandof ?, tion of the Friday afternoon performance. {you as you stand with every weight and size
( "a neat I
pitched .
:'j ed for Saturday afternoon. Pendarvis the old pastime And was accorded I -.-- --- .- -- and kind that Spring and men demand. :

I'*tf tnp includes a stop over in his-i teammates I : 9 -
. support
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jam up
c ; I Iro .s
go,111., where they will hold t
hrisk workout whose hittingVability was f SALESMEN { SUITS THAT SUIT ;
h on Stagg Field. I .

t ter, wilL arrive in time to hold very noticible.Pendarvis and Neil- sell Abbot Coin Counting i I ,
Batteries at
r la '
r st practice before the re- for Ags and Emmet and Far- Machines to banks and others. I ,
;at tie son
l'i The shake Drake Oval. nor, Lawyers. $r: No samples necessary. Quick f BURNETT TH: CLOTHIER 'f. r

"s Tery relays are a yearly SCORE ...-... ...___._...-at; R H E t sale. Liberal commission. tI | \ '
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Florida
ative& also has rep- Umpire Barchan. '.: I 143rd St. and Wales Are., j tt
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f+nd the ; New York City I
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COL. W. E. KAY the Civitan's Club held here last EVERYONE INVITED CENSUS POEMS OF AN ,

month, and it was the favorable Enrolled ......_......_......_ 1200 ---
t I impression he created there which .-:0. .:. I have waited for
i SPOKE CHAPEL TO CHAPEL Expect to get rich T. ;.100 you
led'Dr. Murphree to extend him ATPD Get rich _...-.....__.._._ 12. Knowing that YOu zn
1k i an invitation to address the
t j THURSDAY THE Talk about their girl ._...1240 .
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3t Student Body. WITH 'COEDSThe Have a girt u..u...._.._..-rM120 And when you broke the .
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Kick about teachers1200 vigil with Your a
FACULTV-VARSITY BASE-
An unusual Have kick coming 2 It was but spring
treat was enjoyed BALL GAME fair co-eds attend chapel i ----
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by the Student Body at Chapel Upon hearing.. of Florida's defeat twice a week, "even as you and I", Think they are fanny ___....1200 violet;
; Thursday in the :form of an ad by Ga. Tech Dr. Farr's pat- in room 25 Peabody, at the usual Are funny .._-..... Fire leaping to its white

; dress by Colonel W. E. Kay, Chief ience became exhausted and: he hour. Their .program consists of. Kick about Alligator ."..... ._1200' Love fashioned into Apjli\
t. Counsel for the Atlantic Coast Contribute 12 warm Ups, and \
singing addresses
and Dr, Murphree are picking a and by members 1ra
i r Lie Colonel Xays'subject was 'baseball team from the of the facutly and other prominent Preach of evil of cutting: clan 1200

Mi "Good Citizenship" a subject I show the varsity nine faculty how they co speakers.At Cut class ..-...._...................._1200 I have Waitc4 for you ,
i which together with education played the chapel services held thus Thin,this is no good _.._..1109 Knowing that alirl1s,"
the game in the gwi: : old yea Dlust eoue.eExchange.
has been his life's hobby. And he ;;:
Right!
fpi ff /i days when baseball And tennis far an address was made by Dr. ; ,
brought a message which, if applied were synonymous terms. The Chapman pn."Alanners and mor- _. -, ._
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+ ; will make every man in the team will probably be as follows: ,als"; Dr. Enwall addressed the '- ---
University better citizen his
a
of Dr. Farr will pitch, because as students on the subject uDev I"p.
i town, hia state, and his country. '
Dr. Murphree said "Anybody that ment of the mind" a very timely SPORTING
Col. Kay is one of the most'nouned re- GOODS : i
can throw bull like Dr. Farr ctr- subject, while Prof. Black spokeon Football }
attorneys in the South, _
tainly ought to be able to slinga "Sunshine and. moonshine"' ;
and .the opportunity of hearing Hardware of All Kinds
wicked baseball. Mr. Rogers of the Methodist it
him was esteemed great privilege '
Sticking to his old adage, "Ssywhat church also spoke at one of the SEE US
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by both faculty members and
you mean" Dr.Murphrea has chapel exercises. Dr. Woodicy, f'l
( students. taken. the word "shortt '" liter-. assisted by Mrs. Roemer, has 'been THE: THOMAS COMPANY S I
t The Colonel was one of the principal '
ally and has chosen Dr. "Templton -- giving intensity in community Phone 22 1t
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'ii speakers at the banquet ofWe
for the position, he being the ;singing. WEST SIDE OF SQUARE ***:
shortest man. available' While Junio-s and senior:* from
!Ii!: Y1! !Ii! .. Dr': Farr filled the three the Teacher's College
bases !
are not required -
by a noble offer of his first, second to attend chapel they have I............................J

r tr fit, and third assistants in .the English, been doing so never the less. Dean --
Department. Norman states thic juniors and i!KffiflKSffifSfiHWI

Dr. Enwall will handle right field seniors from the .ith'!r cjllrge: are

I P and either Dean Norman or Dean welcome to at: nd if they to de- I: *

Ht Trussler will be in centre. All that sire. | GAINESVILLE
: FURNITURE COMPAQ
is
needed to complete the team is : i
a left handed man for leftfield- SCHOLARSHIP CLUB TO GIVE :

and a mascot. Dr. Fulk will most AWAY TOURING CAR"i Victrolas and Records .
likely be a candidate for the first ;
named position Auditor Kline Graham
providing he can announces fij
leave his co-eds, and Captain Van that a Ford touring car will be {n j D. R. COX;Proprietor TELEPHONE

'I Fleet will probably he.honored given away on Fleming field on 'F; ..
with the second team. the afternoon of the Rollins-Flori fi 't

Dr. Murphree will manage and da game in the interest of a drive fbaaBnfiHHMi j
i? L .grind Our Own Lenses coach the team.? When his ability that is being made by the Scholarship Sra ffiSSKflHSST.
to fill this all Club for the of -- 1to
NODE: AY impartant I')Jition purpose cov- 1
was.questioned he started in to tells ering a deficit in the amount .
cainesdille. Florida. how he had needed to keep the J
i 't gone around the scholarship.... !
PATRICK'S
'course in less than 100 but we beat students in school. CATHOLIC CHURCH; '

it for the door accepting.his-quali The plan as worked out by Mr. E. MAIN STREET, NORTH ,
fications without question. Graham is this: The Gator Scholarship ; 4
The date Club has Reverend John Conoley, S. T. L. Rector
of the game will be bought at cost? a ,
announced later. Student assist... --- 1 Ford from: Mr. Robuck and will TELEPHONE 629 4
k ants will not rate as faculty mem-- give it,away at 'he RollinsFloridagame. ,

'4I '" .-.411 \ bers, although. they consider themselves With each ticket sold to
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SCHEDULE '
j, as such.' For this game there will be given OF SERVICES '
J. S. BODIFORD .t I side bets on. a SUNDAYS
-10:30 A. M. and 7:45
the game, see Prof.: Reed. free chance on the car. 1,000 tick- P. M. ,
and j WEEKDAYS-7:30 A. M.ALEX i- '-
ets will be on sale at $1.00 each.

( Ii i I COMPANY | MisterMy boy, did you ever Everybody' urged to buy ,.. : t

I Druggists : Phone 32 ,l' attend a place of worship?" these .tickets so as to help the 1 t
..4II 4II ____4II George-",:""Yes sir, I'on my way .j the Scholarship Club put the boys .

1 to see her now."- -Sagbrush. thru,the rest of the school year.A ............................. .

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Flt l A. H. Doran DEFINITION '
CAFETERIA
"In "
t' time of trial, said the ,

k .f tri For Bicycles and Bicycle I' preacher wha gives us the_ great- Woulf-"What is a skeleton!" i FRESH-CLEAN-GOOD
', Accessories est comfort?" v ,
'. Seeds-"A stack of bones with .
Ii 1 t41 232 East Main Street South I "An acquital," said the person the people scraped off. Here's the place to get .A .
who should never have been 4'
admit- ,
Woulf what
I -'No-a man inside out you want when -
d ted.The with the outside : :4: '. ;
-, gone.-Ex- i .
4II Morris Harvey Comet. -, change. O you want it.ANYTHING -i't :

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, It is sure tough 'on the fellow STICK AROUND Blossom the Ithle'zeros

r < who has, to pay 14.00 for a dress ; "(The forget:n¬e of the students
: suit for fraternity dance. Shall Mickey that hair dressing '--Clemson

.3 .' We call it the "High cost of living"or fin that jar." .. _
: the "cost of living high?" ,Lenny:"No that's paste." -

i.Ii .- '333ckeyt 'That's the reason I Van Cleef We had scrambled r
fL ......- ..... ... .. ... Mabel :
11 How
t t 4l ir1 does Charlie make cant hat off then. ,
f' '' :"1 F + e 'p 44t ttt get my eggs for breakfast at the mess hall
': love? -Rollins Sanspur.The this morning. _
OF A COED NO. 2.'
ERS Well, guess Ml,have to wear one Abel-I should call it unskilled three ages -of women:
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'r of isitor: Well ", hats funny about
your old ones then. labor. 15-25 the muddle age. .
DeU"a. 25-45, the middle age. that.Van >;
'S'eri certainly has been a whole St. Peter : They put one egg on the
: What did you do on Teacher What kept you out of 45-on, the meddle age. r
gjuppening since I wrote last. earth? college table and we all scrambled for it.
yesterday? Acute indiges- -Exchange. .
0i other evening, when we were 'Joke Editor: Wrote jokes. tion. -
'! gnf out of the mess hall the St. Peter -- .
Down below
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-Ex. Flapper-No. A cute little college
. all crowded up and wouldn't >. \ Father: How is it, Sir, that I
.
IM boy. Prof'Are you Mr. Smith?
e jfus by. We were scared to Pardon me, is this YOUr hand-: Stude: No sir, I am Mr. Smith's find you kissing my daughter? t
. How is it, Sir?
ontil a darling little red"fceted kerchief?
frth twin brother.
Best books of the year: .
t : boy told us that they just Oh dear, I'm so embarassed.That's Dick D: Great! Sir, Great!
Dad. what
1. Check book -by Prof. Ah, I see; name
,: toteach us some songs my dress!-Ex. .
seated Alda
. 2. Book of addres'ses-by' please?-Juggler. -
if we made the best of it, es- .............. Gerlls. Yr
Absent-minded Prof: "Mr.
:''Jysince James (that's theeaded Stude: Hello, Annie! ..._ Barchan, I want you to answer r
boy) was so very po- Co-ed: Don't call me Annie! My Proessor--Su, gentlemen, I this question Eagle Barber Shop'FOR -
i 1ii jnd nice.; He's got the most name's Anner! :
has four conditions.<
Joe: Professor, I'm absent today.
I I
active little gurgling'lisp ev- -
row-Tough
back
; ..heard;. ,it, sounds as if he had A young man walked into chapel luck.Voice The from dean will kick him out Prof: I keg your pardon sir, the EXPERT SERVICE ,
'. Cgt lot of next man will answer the question.
eaten a green persimi while the 'sermon was going on. of college. '
i .- Anyway, after we learned He asked the attendant "How Director: Then two burglars en- .
long If > can once you'll call
few and some funny nois- has this been ter and the clock strikes one. :you _
i songs man preaching? Daughter:-Mother, we haven'tany again.
x they call yells, they let MI go. "Oh, about twenty years. I milk in the ohuse. Actors (in unison): Which one..,
i Neil Door to Alachua Cafe I t
! | some awfully nice think." :
ftcre are :Mrs. JustmovedinTerrible.. Silently, one by one, ;
PALEY BOYD .
I 'bps in the Teachers College. 'I "Guess I'll stay. He ought to I'll call the creamatory and tell In the grade books of the professors -

j ..t tfelj> Mr. Kenneth Halt is just be pretty nearly through by now." I them to send us a quart. I .. ..4>. ..... _
' :.ti sweetest thLig I ever saw.' He -
! '7\Mr. Bullock's assistant in the -- : "t .,.. -',

: Cesmons; he comes around all I f "
! t to time to talk to us at our table. ,

:Jbl Mr. Roland Ebinger is a per- I I t
, :fal blonde; long, wavy curls and kii i !: ''
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fibng nose.
: i wavy I ( :
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I :j K diner tcday Viola Nash nlaesi i = '
} iad to put her foot on it to I f I II : .
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ret it, and then had a terrible time I iI' r
4 I,
tkwingr it. She stayed on one I : :
,: pity half the dinner hour. Miss '

DeCtsta' must have had a tender ,

piece, for she didn't seem to have rt 4 _" ;-
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a bit of trouble.There's ;- -
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a funny boy named .
Mouthing, that sings while he is : t'. '!
meping the floor. I'll declare, J

: le reminds me so much of our old '

t Sever on a mocnlight night. sat .. ', .
> it makes me homesick to listen to 1L
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,, Ofc, Ma, I've learned to play .
baseball. We all get out by 3 I
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&once Hall every night after

per and play with tae Teachers ,
TCoHege boys. The other boys are

\too bashful, so they stand Atcumlttd I .:
Roller "Teachers, Rarzberryl"
'.utmr) that means. r -
;, Mi, I've picked my man, and ...

)!eJieve me l'-n going after him.

.;You can't guess who it is! It's"Jil. .
of
Bait. I can't imagine anymore ,- The University Engineering ::: .

L.t tirig heavenly than to teach ;
echool with fcun. 1 could lag the '" II!

Ettle_ kids and ?,*cld the gigs, and Of all the things that go to make the is, of its very nature, a University where ';, : -

iecouid lake 'he-Lig ones and bcav .. successful engineer, none is more importheory and practice combine to make big- "'"
the boys. He's already spokento A:, :
me twice, and I, believe; I've got ,tant, nor more in step with the spirit of the ger, broader and more practical engineers.

toar going. Ill let you know how profession, than a studious attitude. One
: fm h The courses in this University are not f
coming is
along. "he
'. man says about another- alwayswilling
I : Your loving. daughter, to learn," "he doesn't think he limited to prescribed subjects nor terms-=-

'" MAYBELLE. _. the subjects are almost infinite, and"tne -
"knows_ it aU"-and he intends to pay; a '
i endless. Men withthe
! itt semesters are
high compliment when he says ttf
l -. CO-EDS CORNER weight of years on their shoulders work '

I Ebinger; :;-many kinds 'of' .' 'I The great engineers are always at and learn side-by-side with those whose "' ,, '. :'' -

i, .anets are there? school, always learning, always seeking day has just dawned. :

Odem: "Two. Blondes and for more knowledge. They begin with :. i
Brunettes." school fits for
This post-graduate men
this desire fuller understanding, and
.' itfor almost anything. Fits them for it, and C'
Mr Bullock .. to the end. .
hold
I ; (taking of a they keep of .
them fitter. Out '
i Co<<) "Young lady, I think Satan makes continually T ','. :
! must,have hold of you." _' -r' .'r Any engineering operation, over and this continuing fitness have grown the

J C .ed: "Yes, so it seems." .' ; P<>."' a.Y4: above the'primary purpose for which it is engineering accomplishments on which ..-" '. a

't.' '; carried out, is an active and postgraduthis institution has grown. It is, perhaps '
j to :
psychology class the profes- .
also. So that of the great educational institutions
one
\**' asked the class to name the ate class in engineering, -

over species of animals begin-' i' Westinghouse,or any other great business, of its day. .
11 tt with Miss Ethel Rennels.

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j Miss Cooper: Do you believe you ,, ,'" .- ,1
I told 1 ( lovt.me once again, dearest? 1
}: Wells: Oh yes I guess a little

I f ,f 4sboJder Hof: "Miss shakipg Adams is.aU, right.What was houseACHIEVEMENT t :.
;to
., ni on in 1805 Westin
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;' Minlye: Why, the War of 1812. i

Nellie U Gt !!SE .
a Walters. (having picture
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eJ1) I don't want a large photo- OPPORTUNITYELECTRFC l
'Cf&ph. & ,
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dosed."
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l FRIENDSHIP M
: .. .r --:: ---rr' rule feel'or; em- I-than four and one--fl a 1? hours f\t ..' ;; ', '. '.' you j.Afe .- -
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I whites >as a struggle frT

;i i ', jR) bFARR SPOKED: barassed than inert-hosts.> .. -'* '.:j:! t r 'iilen t' i,i\1 itT 'sclioot'-3r nits 91", { the dit l:'Have. you stopped---to .notice' ..besidE! "i < l deep TIll

; !T t Tn..conclusion.Dr. Farr( said, "We f >fa'thitF it4 :otnri$ these "bourses. .. :. ifthe'road:; ;' r.. ,"'..,Whi eyou., 1{' t r rk"
1 ;TIlRSOUTI mN- laust ge!jt at'.lhe facts" tn a cold:!: When weary and worn with care, arid, cars? ,
... I *n will be 'grantedonly '
wbrfc 'oat some Such' pet
W
'- fooded :a ? "
|> way \ l labor along aheavy .
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= ,method whereby'the,negro can: get l in extreme cases '-* .... | N :' 5 tf kJ
t NEGRO PROBllv ;; :1| load, S "" ; ;
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j. t .: -. justice in the court and justice;in 3, The_.%ta g/sna riniendent by And"' "the beauties there! : VQU,stuped, > ; I
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a t ,., -. "i: ;J\j. economical and civil.lifev"respect *'authority: pf Xaw,will extend "for .: set .. ..t. \ .... .:. : ; the hilltop hi h:7:.
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Dr. jVM.Tarr: Vice-Presid&it pfM .. 'him'for the prDgss lieJia?made ..:' any',pne. .sjaar any Florida teacher's. lIaveou stoppjsd think in .th Then glance benea

the University and member of;thq ': and'show him that,in zrality'p\hog'xputbern ,. certificate val i-on Ihe first day ofJsne,19 valley oiTtioubt; > ".* t ,.,. ..I .Where_ the little, f
is his friend." : held, by'a studentteacberwho.'successfulTy -- ,there seem to try ir
: i Southern Inter-racial: Commission : man % To seek the hope that was
To
io. attendsone' make yoitjor.Ha
', delivered a lecture on Thursday 'So the golden\. .)jfght- of the sunshines "?
Mission'.- ftcdyf : of these schools a total of not "" ,
evening before the SU11)iER.i SCHOOL oi -,. .
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less six .weeks. and completesthe. oi te tow I "i> .ti YFriendship's ...--
Class at Epworth 'Hall of the SESSION WILL th4n 'And banis t the clouds i ---
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t ; Gainesville Methodist ChurE: :. .Drj; OPEN JUNE 13 courses pursued to the.satisfaction dBpair?;.\n( : t"Xl
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; a Farr was presented f-t (Continued Page 1) e 0-----
by Dr. L. M. Bristol who is head. such courses are taken. 'No certificate stopped*to rest on the .How .1.', K,irgt5 .. :
,. will,be extended unless 'the I Have you j' JvWJ. 1 : :\ 4 inIK
of the department the Uniijer-v-: eake seepATIENTION
mattes, J. M.. L : Ph. D., his hillside
i + h sity and chairman of the Layman torjand. political science, .E. W. applicant for such extension car- :;' Has brightened JOarsl

Missionary Committee.It ries at least 10 recitations per '-.' day'* '
."c1Iullen., A. B., history and'civics ...... t. >DOIJ>
was Dr. Fan's statement that Miss Christine Carmack, A. B., week on academic subjects, nst ..::1.' -- -- .-, -.
I the negro is a human being, has cohered by>> the,. certificate. The
civics, R. ARoseo
history and i i
:
I soul and is hereto stay, "More- completion of a course embracingfive
a history and civics (To be filled) : adi\.k :
i over," he added "it is strictly up I! recitations-per week, on, professional I t(
,sociology and econimcs, J. W. Day,
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to us Southerners with the aid of studies is required for ( and
t 4 / M, S., geography, J. S. ,Rogers, nSQ .
r our good northern friends to map the extension of certificate. Certificates -. y .EN*
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4' B.t 31. A.; biology, Miss Georgia Printt3.
out some-program by which the to extended must be acb I GIt1
b fi Borger_ B. S., botany and zology <$- yQcroaurxocucLLLQR' .
negro, situation can be successfully : filed with,the dean of each summer
F. .
;T. D. LeighA. M. P u D.
' ; = 1 i handled." He went on to say : A..B. school ;efore the close of the R
e ) :'f S. Cc., chemistry, W. S. Perry, 1\
IF speaking of the various plans term. .
M/s: : C., physics, E. A. Hawnle ..
which have been spoken of here leg'asa0
F K.F B. S. A., agriculture, W. H. Beisler ''! .1OOd Place t4 Ed.

t tl, and there relative: to some dispoaition science, J. N.. Anderson, A. M., Station reports I :left Place to ,
The University Std
= of the colored race, that all
l' 4> es.
.Ph, ,D., Latin c. L.Crow, M. A.Ph. the .
; these schemes are impossible and an' increase in business during I iCHEE LODE rieueiog
I .
; be
D-, n&vTe-a language, ,, : the negro is in the country to stay. month of April. Seniors: 'and Juniors .\ lnlversit1lvt.-: College
RemerB t
fi1edSpanish, Mrs. JovpH
Dr. Farr poke of"the influx ofj ... .
I
I Sc., mmary method?. Id Us School of Commerce
I r negroes into the north a few years
j Griffin, prim+ methods,
Cora ery
'die southern .
and told glad -
i 1 ago; how rte aeco.tte
Mrs. Alvi4.> B. Carrier, pedagogy! j. 'W. arcoLLUiuoa
farnYhands 1 .
men were their old :. + + + + + + + 14k
i mmer- -"Miss.Gc ruse McArthur. A. M., \Ve are. seeking to strengthenour DRUGGISTSTHE
1 returned the following s 2O1
; rural education, Miss O L Wood organization with collegemen REXALLST
t after winter of misery and suffering Edad
a education, and women who have a "I
north of the :\MasonDixonline. Ie)", Ph. D.. elementary Agents for fera

: } ;t .,The idea of the negro trying (To 'be filled) phychot"gy, (To be !. .... I knowledge of bookkeeping or Liggetts and Norris Df

to gai'supremacy over the white filled) school management; R. G '. I. ...0- ", Accounting. Gainesville 454

ridicul.-- Manchester_ A. B. D. O. .physicaleducation \ off rev
race he characterize as __ -,; We _area national organization
0. A. W. Sweet, !-I.. A., Ph.D. tnninCiDep
ous, stating that in most of the and.offer either permanentor S H 0 il sEt
hygyae and manager of infirmary '
; Southern states the negro never vacation period work in year t
] FLA. U. BOYS- te ga.
r To
airs.MabelVail, music; ( '
things of quitting his work, to got home locality to.those who are I
to the vcting places with tie idea be filled)., .drawing, '(To be filled' ), interested. Good 'money right H B. M. TENCH n
l
: be filled!, assistant *; Cua
f of casting a ballot. He. also very social.' 1 activities,. (To Y from the start wtih oppor- I was

; ; interestingly related the negro's> ,.< librarian. tunities for splendid advance- 0 GainesvilleE ;' a the gE

idea of the much talked of "Social 7 Regulations will be allowed to This,is Your Store= ment for those who qualify. tuelsof

equality,** telling his hearers that 1. No student Florida t 'I I wfia
carry more than 20, nor less than
r after much study of the questionand tt'fal1E
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from personal investigation he I. Srecitations per week without You .re Welcome U. S. A. Corporation I
granted, HOE) I
being S
i : i finds that the negro docs not..really special permission I
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NIZE ALLIGA 7OR 1923 AGS ARE I ADVERTIMq --U ---THEY PATRONIZE YOU _________ p -~ U of y -I4 FOR A GREATER FLORIDA UNIVERSITY OF FLRIDA, 8ND SCINC E h INESOCETY DEBATES CAPT ATKINSON HARFSICNEDAS TRACK COACH It is with deep regret that the student body of the University has learned that Captain John A. Atkinson, who has for the past three years been head coach of the University of Florida track teams, tendered his resignation to Dr. Murphree, on Friday of this week. The resignation is to take effect immncdhateiy after the close of the present track season. Au was stated in last week's issue at 1he Alligator, "Florida has arrived" in track-and it miay be justly said thit the Head Coach Atkinson ',ust go the credit f'r building up the reputation that Florida no'w enjoys in the entercollegiate track world Whorea5 track at the Universtity was for*merly a sport indulged in only half-heartedly and with no intercojjegiate meets on the seasoWa *progmimh, it hS-bee.developed I fo one 0 fthe leading .ctivities *of the University. Along the same line, a eross country team has been developed which had a high *degree nf success the past seaso, th State High School Track *Meet has taken on added importanme, an annual Florida Open Track and Field Meet has been instituted at the University. arnd *trark me" devioped who are (spa(irtinued or. page fly Thei czmm school se n i ,S the UnIver-st3 ot Florid, will hp. en June IX and continue for eight weeks closing August 8, it w,annoUlbc& orb Friday of this wrens Already ie-ervations for roots have been heavy and Dr. No itan dean of the Teachers colege NB, WEE, McGILL DUCIMKON FROM JOWN MARSHALL *u in. jterSOCtety debate t place last Mondlay ib peabody Auditorium lbererisentatives of Farr Lit~dty f the Art. and C &llege and John Mars'all Society of the Law Col*suted in a victory for the Science men by a rate to one. iitfor debate was: 'Rethtthe present Mexican eut should be recognized rUnited States." The affirjqmnsde was ably upheld by the 'pta team consisting of Benny. sangs, Lucius .1 Cushman EIA e I lewis. The victorwiltive argument wa, chanV Gerald Bee, Edmund R-. Roy B. Boskins. lenote of the winning arwa. the contention that gemanmeut does not. requisites decided on by InSIS of nations. These qualas stated by Mr. Bee, .ArMt, the willingness and of a station to pay its debts; second, the stabit%ita government; ajid third, Setioning of the courts og% 6 Jflect the lives and properforeigner5 within its borMr. Blee iorgfully state d Maxico's past iecOrtI proVt disability. .McGill and Mr Hoskin' with the sitnation from a ---. social and economic point IS, asserting Mexico's s'of ever achieving the a set for nations. Leigh of the Departnen' )f mhstry4 acted as chairman of in*ting. The judges. were: Tb.s. V. MeCaul, Mr. S H 'h ad Mr. Barney Cohaot. e Art, and Science C ,Mge is of the debate. wii b,, d the Faculty lovin Cui t COflflng year. The debating W rotation among the ritic hte held tw years In sucCeSon treeoccasions mnd aill flepemamtLt property 0f At GAINESW!LLE, APRIL 28, NEWON FURh IN Aik Newton, Florida's only reSaurday othsekwnfut place ni the Pentathion en against the cream of the neon' athlete, His 3C01V was twentyseVen point). Ark tooks Airst plact in the tun lng broad jump with a leap oC twenty one feet and eleven inches Thswas nine inches better tha,, the jump made by Elkins of Hakell instltutv, who did twenty one feet two and ('ne-half inches. Newton took fourthin the :wo, hundred metre tact and tfih ini the fifteen hundred metre run. The Ark said he *-as going to the Penn Relay to put everythw,; he had mn for Florida. We k,.w you aid it, Ark, and yoir pw roewant-t j a c.rrdit to you oFFIcIAL LIST OF NO. 21 INTERCOLLEGE BASEBALL CHlAMPIONS No, hereby gimn i that at the regula, meeting of the Student Eody Association Thursday May Irt, an amendment t Article 5 of the 83-laws of the Student oBdy of the Ijniver'ity of Florida will be proposed. The proposed amend, m-nt will make parag aph one of .4Aitiele a as follow>: The special .fund shalt be administered by the |Budget Conmttv. but n0 expeiIlture shall 4e made thirn ft om unless notice tif the ,,ame shall hayt. been t.ubli bed iv the 1Flordat .Alratcr ar1 na-~ h b a mlaJor-Iity7 '"it "i juni rtof St udent Boils Aws(Cut nt p1 .ent at thr M .ciati(.n follow ig the notwcv m SIUJN1JJ --___ INTERI'RATERNITY BASE BALL SCHEDULE OPENS ON MONDAr FolLowing -the official lh.t of nomination> for student body officers as submitted by Landon Fll her. secretary of the Student Body: President of the Student Body. J R. Farrior. Robert I. Earnest. Kenneth F. Bait. Vice-president of the Students Body. George W Milnn, N. H HmnonStudent Body. E. U. Hlinekies Budget ('omiiittev I three to be *1.ted I. A~Irtl. Ii S. Stansfield, .Perry F acuity uomitttet Prof esor .A X'nFlc Mt moers oft two to tat' -.t ee (heer Leaders leader and twi the Budte; rI(Ct'i Caiptain 4 I()iie h-4d s.r assistaflts b el 'ctd> John C. Byrd. Pat UO "'. Hueh Gunti, Kenneth Hait, E.Izar P Ei. Is Dnid Ranho. GeorT Stanley. Faditor-u,-Chief of the F] r'nil Alhigator. K. K. Hansei. N w that the ieter-collegt gam aare over, the inter-fraternit3 gain.> begin Monday. Last year the S. A. E'a. won the wter;fratemnity baseball championship. and it remains to ho 'etn whether !ty will again tiSP yeat t' the banner. The schedule ha> not bt'en definitely announced. but wil be before the Vdfnwt btiii Monday. MILITARY COMPETITION DRAWS NEAR CLOSE XMit orly one Tro' m&it ii. bh Completed coflpafle. I). B and C anrunting nesk to nek with ,ucrmpany A '+1 tat behind. The -tan ings of the bights t thrI, .iomphanit, i, -o dlow that the re-.uIts o' ,k mter-tcnipany rnfut L.fimptt n between' the opo wireif the battalion a il decide which company will tarrn the mi-. .BEAT ENGINEERS ON FmlDAY. SCORE 10-7 WGS RALLY IN NINTH AIo.mtg to thr frint with a rat!? that b hug it th.mn thr, ee runis mi the ,Mventh nminng of the cham,,jprion-h,, ball igtmne bet we-i the A ws a,,d E ngine, last I -riday afternoii. the Farmetrs 44 the conteat that gu'&tht m the titb of --Kings of SwaL h rp ba scoif II to The Ags 'At lii at nit mnd but the gsamit >"n i b' ak and fourth until th -' 'mh n ad around with the oeu~:~cit en. High hire 31 in P1 QPIrne ,on, u,,lznbh.red the Wdl luw lot the ,allythu'lT*ub then, th. gan,, 'o< Md connet.i&3ol mant riov nk tiht ofetie. H~ ilnlev pol. I ut a homer for thiL Formtt m the eatrly part of I li game. II., with Lightsey and S'tifltilh wmt Lih prmfeipal witl-bi Crof the wagon to re, g b -.gs wh ie Tinble onoe tall hitting imi the Prot ege of [Jean fltnton. Sumimhry K HlE Engineer. 7 6 4 Ag-> 10 8 : ,Batttwa Enginee:, Flockleman and Hu~bbar-d; Ans l.ndarvp, ani -Nuti on t mpir. Thomnp son .THE TENNIS MEN WERE AWARDED MINOR SPORTS LETTERS Lrn f 'an tord, Hrb .rn ,~WuI ams, H arolog P.,m,o and liar iiid lioL m ink r' of the 1922 1 rnm team. were revrnt ly award1 lette r fur tntr g itid work lini iltst yea. lThi h-ttars were mflet, %Jfra it-n., of miediumn 'We; a fage 'P I ide ofa large cut e. iwith a flu0 hackg round Our ten ii twam thi yeai ha~ on. smt spiri nid work ,and t here will p rbabl y be more 42 garrir fa unit this yea, t ast fIR. TL'RLIlch% ENI EITAIN SEMkil tns A r. 44 It ~1 -tel AN 4 Ii A it -t ft IA r C V I -I-

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. I. ..0 Man' of te n iver i Pr tue t s that were back for this star future to deliver the CoinFielding, Tootie Perry and many mencement Addresses at various cthera. It seemed like old times to High Sachools in the State. We kear the stands lined with students kaow it will be a pleasure for the yelling across the field to "Tootie" alumni to meet their bomer pro1-and hear his jovial answer. essors again. We also trust thatthe ajumSi will do their part to '15, Bradley Wilson, LLB, is now make the stay of these Florida practicing law in Barwow. He was hnen a pleasure. A combination a Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Delta we would 'like to see is that of Phi man while in school and we the Principal or Saperintendent of hear that he is making the same the school, an old Florida man, inI success at his protession. I. *. '06, Hunter S. Woodberry, received his A. B. here and graduated in mnedtine at the versity of Virginia, is now a geon at Deland. who later U.nisir '19, Alden B. Crosby, B. S. E. E., was fromery employed in the General Offices of the Southern Utilities Company at Palatka, but was out of work for a while on account of illness, expecting to resume his work in Palatka the ftrst of 31he year. '2O, Dewey A. practicing law ii was formerly ass Curry, but has for himself since Dye, LLB, is now n Dradentown. He ociated with C. TP. been practicing March, -921. Otto M. Stallings, former student in '18, is now in the insurance business as a member of the firm of Otto P. Stallings and Son of Tampa. He was formerly Sfforting Editor of the Tampa Daily Times. Stewart Shull, '15 to '19, is now in the newspaper business at Melbourne, Eta. Alva L. Reid, former ,tudent in '15, Is now traveling for the Sales Department of the Tennessee Coal, Iro an It R.Co. Duig h in the infantry. Lindon K. Cannon, former stodent in '10, is now doing Highway work with the Stat. Road Dopaftuent, as Division Engineer of Division 2. Randall Chase, former student in '18, i snow an agent for Chase and Co. in Sanford. He write, as follows: "Regretting that I am not a full fledged graduate bat assuring you of my intere2 an! support-" John F. Conoley, who has been wuzkig for the best interests of the University ever since ho came to Gainesville, was a former student here in '02 te '04. For the past three year hw ha, been the unofficial director of the U~niversity Dramatic Club, this Matquraders and is in charge of the erection o fijie Newman Club building, Crane Hall, which will THEF2.J)MDA ALLIGATOR i. th .& aval i-e a-d VISIT US EVEMY DAY later flepnseutatiwe In the Stat. cout' ** **'"THE LYRIC THEA ATE eeO OFOR DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILETAT CANDIED, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMA ----MEET ME AT MILLER'S We Are At Your Service No Place Like Home and Ifller's -I ---You were firs to apjnCewr soft collas -so you'll apeCiat' this adjustable cap!I You colege mecn dcriand .mrtorn i art tt. That, as mnus h .'a n rihines resen sble for the "'scrmctn m, differe, I' tha sets VOU Thus the ogue for suit coltur, for easy-6nting sunts Fecan m ) of the land. Thus, also, are iflltg 7) w'ekomie the "BC E FIT, cap. tnt goloshes, the CobIIC'eC 6 )tklml TO This CaW ha B ln minble buckle and strap which enable' xcu to adjust it to \ our comfort. It's made in e\Cry pattern and is styled for colee men. Hop to your habcrdasher and Iovk it uver. New being L.J. Spring si shown b Burkhimn. ty lea B mn "Sure-Fit" Caps urnett the Clothier, are and ---ii '16. Bpssfrl flonana Isa County Judge of Polk county aMid is coated at Bartow. Alter rerentoa, (Ge.) High School for two years, then coming to Florida for his LLB. I

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TE FtORIDlA AT~.maeI -*-.-'.w ~tmDANCE .h iisltdng young *Mask and Domino p.S V. C. the members aOmega It~slrve on. Union 7ue the grand 0"Chrm School" the at the fratermty snhgwas enjoYed ndoek to the tune of Bobnflb'U Floridians. The o e ctii, were opened en iaig a very desirable the dtsadng. Fruit punch red throghout the evenA SIGMA INFORAACE lb sabers of Delta Delta of Kappa Sigm, entertainand members of the bh "Charm School" from at an informal dance -r home last Saturday *whdle lower floor of the ,as opened to form a large dance floor. The Flortgre seated in one corner tidered peppy music from to one o'clock. A bowl of was placed on the porch at For Unruly jsaM u anb it and at the -,m Sie muppics natural bma de g~whicahe salp Idlal ase after w.Aiog yeaot hai,. Md. lit. aSd luaue. Atk ye.r brber her a Sa.w the fot of the stain and was open UNIVEl~rrIy DANCE FOB The student body of th Universit was host to the visiting trc Tallahassee last Satur.dievenring ata dance given in the GymnasiThe large main room of the gy was decoratedj with many colored nnants and baners. Swanson's nine to twelve o.aui rm Beca fo a body C ed. TI PEABDYCLU e the h9: WaS th ir :'ht te I 2tl ig Wui, was iowu what he debate 'a? the be ued sn ,rene've'ung was p 'stponod Unf-AI .h' n t mnedlag. Ti irnt two numbers o, the program wet,' aimc howear-. The last issue of IPuabIvy ScaMdilizer a pamphlet of humor by teacher humorists was read by Miss ?damniie Adams, Mr. Moore gave a reading thet abiould have inspired the despondent. I do Aot know the name of this selection but will avow as to It wernt. The officers for the first semeMake' thtHerin~a C.sbe j I) Popular Goods at Popular Prices at UNIVERSITY MEN r. --~~--.-i .+.4-' I ter next itar wiI1 be .leted next Monday night. On tbe following Monday night the Club's annual koial wrnlbe held. AG CLUB The Ag Club ptognan Moatay night was interesting, instructive and enjoyaJle. The first speaknr was Mr. Bobed K. Buckley, and hi subjc was Sot Nr so was wel qualifiedt g ve hi Very interesting discussion and description of these activities. Following this talk, Messrs. A. d1. Geiger and G. A. Martenl presented to the club the SjwtteeO which they will use to defend their side of the debate against the Georgia Agricultural College. The sPeeches showed the result of careful study and much preparation. With such Then as these representIng us, we feel certain of another Victory ove1 GXeorgia. Floy andh Dr. Tarlinto,, brifl but thoroly commented on and criticisedi them in a t onstructive Way. On next Monday night. April 30 the seniors will hive tnt r fare well ,ddresses to the Ag CQub. Everybody be present and heal i ome good talks by men who knot. RETURN FROM SOUTH FLORIDA Th. A Ma ue r.dt ci turned to | the campus on Tue~das from their -" ond trip ut th, seaSOn on which the, r I [52 pro iut Ion lDreamn Stuf was played in (icala, Tampa andi The company wha-h numbered mall forty-three men and included lather Uonnuley, diramiatic coach of the Masqueraders. the acts of the .show, and the special orchestra left on Friday afternoon of last week and played to an enthusi.sth. audiens, that night Saturday night they Thowed i Tampa at zte Tampa Bay Casino. In th. West Coa4t metropolis they were entertained in private homes and pent Sunday htere. Ptrburx aci on the bay and played 4: night to a good houwe. Next morning it was planned that everbody should leave for home but through late rising ha! the ,,m was left and came in later, Bc nr' Snntt 2t. hs fiuT ii the mad rulii but it wa-. ri trieved for him fby one Hur itho returntd by thu later u r CI. W. I. BRYAN WILL SPEAK AT "Y" BANQUE -.tht t'" -rtr, y ( 4 a as soon as possible so that all arrangements uuy be maade. The registration fee will be paid lty the Y.M. C.A. The Student Activity Building Camnaign is coming along veil it has been announced. St. Petersburg went over the top with $10,000 and several thousand more has been raised over amount in Miami. way to start the the building soon. Meeting of Sent,: ldy Hall, Tuesd.v 1.t at 7-00 p. tn V Ca n -e Lnint rV Unr O FURCHGO'P"S MEN'S STORE JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA YOU-G MEN should ask to see the new 'Broadway' M and the new 'Brooks'-the very latest spring and SUIT models to leave the cutters' tables. At CONVFlqIENT C NERS we will show them to you. SPRING AND SUMMER SUITS --Topical Worsteds --Gabardiner. -Whipeords --Mohairs --Silk Pongtes --Silk Shantungs _-Palm Beaches of of This wonderful lineup for the first warm days "-e show them in 2, 3 I -ittOnl coats. For Ylung Men there's miotdels-Colservativ'e Mod grays, blues, tans and all $12.00 $20.00 light spring -Seersuckers --Tweeds -Wool Crash --Homespuns ---Cheviots -Blue Serges weghtntateriah and 4-pieic 'ii with I. 2. belted els for the r $13.50 $22.50 stye ~ older mx eWes t en. Th 1k and ere9 s herrin PeeMa .14flt. ------Y E --r w w w -. -.~. w w r e OOOCOO eat'"'** B 9 Capital 5100.000 Surplas. 5150.000 I GAINESYILE, FLORIDA9 .e eoao ----.ece-THE REXALL STORE NO. 2 719 W. University Avenue -The Iprug Store Nearest the University" Prompt Delivery Service PHONE 36O-W THlE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE Ba'.ement I inguage Hall EDGAR DU~fl PACE THEEt I, its last week Plaits are under construction of -Nf-4' A 4<4 V 4I:. tier eadv1 iam rbune I K'4 I 4 iv, .4 I I $18.50 $25.00 FIRST NATIONAL BANK Incorporated 1888 -~2~

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PAGE FOUR-------as S aA I. class matter, September 29, 1912, at the PoetI. flwida. indr the acts of Marth 3, 1879. HANSEti.---A WSBE .. W. RUSSELL KING .--i 1%! I it'; i-li 1~ 4 1 G. A. MARTELL .---. Reporters: J. W. Usher, Don C. Booth, G-. G. H. Bee, .Editor-in-Chef -Associate Editor *Managing Editor ~ssistant Managing Editor1 Asst. Mgr. Editor Makeup E io Society Editor I Alumni Editor --Sport Editor -Asst. Sport Editor, -.Joke Editor I .Asst. Joke Editor ----.Exchange Editor .Military Editor L. W. Rogers. WilSON. --. D. A. RAIIBO .---.Assistaxt Good grammar is a good thimg, I ratically. The man who speaks in him an spiritual occasional self to words in those words mind. He goes into It is a fine and Business Business some things sneeringly of Manager Manager are said a teacher fault of speech, or who of counsel grammar, voluntry bondage desirable accomplishment always to speak grammatically ; but it in still a the techer, in his message, and because exalts Unberehifl the~ to a soulto be able higher attainment to welcome voices of the spirit, come how they the romantic, to the popular and enjoy ityt mind, signit be in the realm of the imaginative,. says the dictionary, the poetic "nat as with extraordinary always One who goes into the romance-texts rmnce writers. But ha< ie ufamiiarin the faces to the libar, you know the life-story legendary. y anf the A Our LA $45 Specially designed for the straight, slim figures to look as good in the showdown as they models have inverted-pleat Some have backs that finish of Varsity do in tte showcase. Thk men-taored Some of the A!. with Some have patch in. Some are two pockets button. Some All in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make. Extra value is, of course, to be expected. I 4 4. Th '.4 rflwflflwww sociuTY A so much with rel or and often extravagant has its substratum the fiction of the shelves ad-' Wnof will wonder able to read the of the students h upon in the of the passes these helves very element man who you? Can you imagine even a tithe of his risings and falli extrications, as with next to nigs, his is ease-: griefs eakness and his Press. Jennings opened the Marshall debating day for one tical meetings main part of the debate between graduating Crowrlng society John Saturof the most enthuuiasof the prognam members class sUtes in year, the of the which had a setting gcfor this society In the lug years. The questici I"Should the supreme courts of Florida be appointed elected?" E. If. Knight the Iwas udges instead of and B. A. 34arsiceanne obtained a decision in prices. Prectin.c THE PHIFER STATE BANK GAIgFSVU~L, PLORIDA S e FLORIDA BARBER SHOP I. WEST SIDE SQUARE C -e ----'.5141***&.Ia& *I* t**~ j.aLn*,lal tile tx~~tr~ iIfl(1i~Y Tn.-------. I I MURRAY OVERSTREfl H. S. PARRISH. ..--W. G. PAIIMENTER-.-----.--B. F. BEELACK ..---. N. D. St. JOUN ..-----t San, ermwall. cause he detects fuses to open his I I, ear detect body above the less master. to forget the truth-.to hear the Romance and 1 3. It 'Ii I, terious, mance,. familiar life ventures." unfamiliar. library to inspect invention of on the fly matively barren they seemt toia f a; I: I! I Do involvements

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--_ _THE FLO)RJDA ALL IGATOR p~t n LS~ -w --------TLF EA Y IAE REfran mile relay teain, nrAd by.Jimmie Hudson, iet Gainesville Thurs-rwon i Atlant wheje -annual affair at Grant Se men making the trip ord M~itch, captain, Ewtre, Glenn Magill and trip in the capacity of "in have shown much the inter-class inter-coInand Open inds an and stand wonderful placing in the mile relay I which they are entered-. nwill run a quarter mile past record should, not behind at the finish of the *ord Bliteh* who captains lpidly developn n r"tha et sprinters over school, and in years to come make tbe cinder team a recruit. "Bun" Monroe, heon as a hurdler, but sa the author of some at quarter mile runbe counted upon to upU. end of the bargain. In flop and Glenn Magill', fAtkinson has a fast pair flet who can set up some -la when pushed. FriA U altertatq, gives them qmiy cinder star to take the lwen of the regular qua?b1i anything befall them. YRELY for the opening gun. The Gators w i have the sternett kind of opPotition, but are expecte I to give a good account of themselves. GAThR WATER MARVELS TO MEET JACKSoN VILE "ALL-STARS.,, The Universitie's water marvels will meet the 'All Stars" of Jacksonvifl there Saturday, May 5, fr struggle that will prove interesting for the most educated of grandstand managers, while the fourth scheduled dual water meet of the Gator swimming team wa unexpectedly canceled Friday evening when Coach Harts received a telegram from West Palm Beach stating their inability to appear next Tuesday afternoon. Florida's acquatic stars have demonstrated exceptional practice, since they were by Palm Beach, by sinking8 er heights the famous Tech ducks on Frieze's Por yellow jacket school in t a decisive victory over the first part of this week total of 51 to 17 points Earl Moore and Ozie I form in defeated ?to lowGeorgia id. This Lrn Won Clemson by a tie. the comets of the University, show such bri plant form in their plunges that small hope is in store for any incomer'. Moore is a 220 yard man, and Bie is scheduled for a healthy breast stroke in which he is a mean contestanr. Marvin Clifton with Cy Williams and Fred Morrison will plunge for distance, while Howatt a man slowin( at' exceptionally wet! for his trying,' Coach Barrn. and adHowatt bringu theor100 yot dash, with Bogree Varena and Earl Moore inthe 220 and Barr's CHICKEN HUSBANDRY RELAY EET ITUE BAiIST ERSlh the mortification of seeing the pap Sand tetreblesdo a hundred Iin ten flat and disappear in the 11. 0. T. C. POST EXCHANGE --Spnninm a complete surprise~ general direction fGri. Th Vasitymile nd ~on the Campus Crew the igudents ofGoga Vstyle -n two mile I Twodeen inraibgldopn and the Army Goods team t8 Gainesville Monof modernnfarming deponddthe tSrhOOn for DeMoines, IowaI Lawyers down rather hard in tlvt horse ran away. they are carded to appear in second of the inter-college ganme ____ Athletic En.nmn bhake Relays, held Friday and onFehe il ody hThe bouquetS of beautiful flow th-~tt* y of the past week. The ved-tbw 1' it h "r 'anrs cde LfCthe g" r I Sweater Sale this week. Conic over and see the bes4 portion in favor of the Agsunm Tallahause. were the choice a i euto :~ 'emakig up th~ squd The showing of tho v gtabl rines f the aaoiI and reprsentdM B l ORaln Cowcpan. Cyoe Iaiser' was bnexpeeted aid hour, of harj work on the part Y~ L~hO~J Cr wn. yril fencesvedy and defensively they ,,f the A' studentt> and Russel King, Dr Maneefrspro ote lgla :f also aacfcom and hectea lights of Dean Trusler's booted They L amp, they saw, they tonth paitive ofthhadeau l hrry constantlv with a 1uerc d But rn.e year give the (ii etternminatwnoi that bitug it for' h gtri s t h. Ospict that they deoi~ hei frst race, a mile r-elay, much applaulhe 1r0tespot ev n hrewlb orpt-C m 0Or l~ fb~ nS n ei i t heldw Fmidey aernroonf the tuture ILuther Burbnkt non .tthe Fridax afternoon to~a your pace oft busiess angh and fit How the mighty have fallen, sen Tiny Roberts as he picked himself up after the broad jump. It's funny the amount of intereMt the arrival .1 one dilapidated antique, superannuated specimen of Henry Ford's art creates 0n Sunday when the Civil War Vet-eran .that guides its destiny stops in front of the various k raternity Houses and racts the engine as substitute; for a born. Hrwkshaw, the local Shelock, announces that the rule against Parking in Lovers Lane will be ;trictly enforced and hereby serves notice on the *ummor school Cowboys that their chances of getting by this summer are slimmer than the average inhabitant of Russia at the present writing. The life o1 the average K. A. rat is one hard proposition, these warn, summer days. A fellow doesn't sympathize with the lady who attends to the house cleaning at borne, till he has to get down and investigate of a hardwood buisinest end of a the possibilities floor from the map. SAiry. ATKLNjHAN DESIGNED AS ThE TRACK COACH (Con'inued from Page 1) Bible of holding their own against the best in the country, witness the varsity relay teams at the Drake Relays the Freshmen at the Tech Relays, and Ark Newton at the FgrthPe rRelays in Philadeiphia University one of the best quarter mile cinder paths to be found in the country. It must be admitted that the oval now found on FlenigFicid is vastly different form that on which Gator atheletes, used forenirly to do their atuff. These are but a few of the Captain's accomplishments in the realm of track at Florida. Coach Atkinson himself is a graduate of Dickinson College :n Pnnsylvania and captained track, Cross-country and relay teams In tht scho
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THE FLOWIDA ALLIGATOR PAGE SIX An unua1 treat was enjoyed by tiii Student Body at ChapSl ThurSday in th, form of an addren by Colonel W. E. Kay, Chief Caunsel for the Atlantic Coast Lie Colonel Kays siubject was "Good Citizenship," a subject which, together with education,. has been his life's hobby. And he brought a message which, if applied, will make every man in the University a better citizen of his town, his state, and his country. Col. Kay is tne of the most re-niouned attorneys in the South, and the opportunity of bearing him was esteemed a great privilege by both faculty members and The Colonel watt one of the pnripal speakers at the bouquet of lie Grind Our Own Lenses NO-DE LAY Flor-ida. ----------------------------ceases-Ce: j*S. BODIFORD I and I I COMPANY I A. H. Doran For Bicycles and Bicycle A ccesre a 232 East hamn Street South seee YOUR RAZOR BLADES 9Sharpened at about onegthird the cost of new blades SWEARINGEN'S I AT IDEAL CAFE 9 Opposite Fire SHtion ---see -see I fll'Ifl I? QTEU'V ., Come A.-t in -.-~1 navy r~~RTiq AND NON1 --the Civitan's Club held here last month, and it Was the favorable imprlsimi he created there which led Dr. Murphree to extend him Rn 'invitation to address the Student Body. FACULTY-VARSITY BASEBALL GAME Upon hearing of Florida's de.feat by Ga. Tech, Dr. Fart pat.ience became exhausted. ani he and Dr. Murphree are picking a baseball team from the faculty -o show the varsity nine howr they played the Rame in the go-i ~d days when baseball .ini tennis were anonymous termed. The team w111 probably be as follows: Dr. Farr will pitvh, because as Dr. Murphree said "Anybody that can throw bull like Dr. Farr cirtainly ought to be aide to sling a wicked baseball." Stickig to his old adagt, "Say wht you mean" Dr. Murpnre, has ally and has chosen Dr. Templ2ton fo the position, he boing the shortest ivan available. Dr. Fanr filled the three bases Iby a noble offer of his first, second Iand third assistants in the English Department. Dr. Enwail vili handle tight field and either Dean Norman or Dean Trussler will be in centre. Al] that is needed to complete the team is a left handed man for left field and a mascot. Dr. Fulk will most lkely be a candidate~ for the first nmd poiin i~dfgh a lave his co-s and Captai Th Fleet will probably be honored with the second team. Dr. Murphret. will manage and coacb dhv team. When his ability to till this all xmpartant p. itien was uONetioned it Mtted in to tell u" how he had gone .tiound the course i rt.~ha 1043 ut weba fications without question. Th0 date of t h1 aewilb a nnflunlc( later. Stutit ssist ants wtill not rate a> faculty members, although they consider them.tsm as such. Fur dide bets on the game, see Prof. Reed. Ii Mmszr--My boy. did you attend a place of worship?"' to 'ee her now." 'Sagbrus lf tme of trial sail preacher what gives us the et comfort ? "An acquitah I 'a d the r who should never have been, a ted. --The Morris H-I;rvey Comet. Smith way The fir co-eda attend chapel twice a week, "eve as you and I", room 25 Peabody, at the usual hour. Their program consists of singing and addresses by members of the facutly and other prominent speakers. At the chapel services held thus far an address was made lby Dr. Chapman on 'Manners and morals"; Dr. Enwall addressed the students on the subject "Devtlorment of the mind," a very timely subject, while Prof. Black spoke on "Sunshine and ,noonshin' U Mr. Rogers of the Methodist church also spoke at ora of the chapexercues.Dr Wodiy giving jintensjgo niunity singag. the Teacher-i Co p UUheI to attend been doing so nL' Norma,, states Seniors from thc welcome & to at '' Roe ner. trainW and lloge chap Cr ii ti at ,thrt Ld if )r comnseci;)r f are )it vi they h he Lss. D: Jum.r iij ) llcge. 'nce: -oa rum I eate doSCHOLARSHIP CLUB TO GIVE AWAY TOURING CAR Auditor Kline Graham announces that a Ford touring car will be given away on Fleming field on the afternoon of the Rollins-Florida gamne in the interest of a drive that is being made by the ScholarThip Club Cor the purpose of covering a deficit in the amount 'we"led to keep the "holarsth; The phmtn asorked out by Mr. Graham ia this: The Gator Scholarship Club has bought at cost a Ford from Mr. Robuck and will I ive 't away at he Rollins-Florida game. With each ticket sold to this game there will be given a free chance on the car. 1,000 tickets widl b0 o" sale at $1.00 each. Everybody is urged to buy these tickets so as to help the theSk-holarship Club put the boy~ A DEFINITON t he greaterI n & Wouif.--"What is a skeleton!" Seeds--"A stack of bone with the people scraped off." Woulf--"N->-a man mnNdt. out ,with the outside gone."--Ex-. charnr. Hooper ft---------.-. CENSUS Enrolled Expect to get rich Get rich Talk about their girl Have a girl Kick about teachers. Have kick coming -. Think they are funny Are funny Kick about Alligator Contribute .-Preach of evil or cutting Cut class Think this is no good Right! 1200 ..1200 .12. ..1200 .120 ..1200 ..1200 -20 ---. 4200 .-.12 c[%8 1200 1200 a.a.a aaa aAA a$ football PU1 AIM I have K now in and buy Cit._._._. OFAP\ t a4~*qf o And whn OU violet Love f-An~ i h; Knov -IN S SS $ S S.' c,~. ~uttT its whit. ~~to -It -. 4l~E*y~ I ww w w 'r w wfl~ G OO D S Hardware @f All Kind4 THE THOMAS COMPANY Phone 22 WEQT QfDE OF SQU[ArE GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPARE Vacetrolas and Records 0. R. COX, ProprietorTEEHN ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH E. MAIN STREET, NORTH Reverend John Conoley, S. T. L Rector TELEPHONE 629 SCHEDL~LE OF SERVICES SUNDAYS--1O:30 A. hi. and 7:45 P. M. WEEKDAYS--7:30 A. Ii. + A LEX CAFETERIA+ FRE$H--CLEAN -GOOD I4 Here's the place to gfet wh'at You want when you want it. 4NYT~RIN at ANY'FIME -eeeee a .I MOTHER'S DAY a 4I p SP OR TIN G 'I. Ii 1?; I .11 SOUTH SIDE SQUA RE the appropriate thing in a card. iT U Ta gainesGle. AT.---_ =1 a.e

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-a. a -A' OF A CO-ED NO. 2-. y has been a whole Sflce I wrote last. *wemng when mess we were ball the up an-l wouldn't We were scared until darling r* made the to little red| us that thvy Just us some songs. best of it' since James (that's the was so Very p0and siee. Heas *tfa lot t. Anyway, of got the most green peflsflafter s' songs and some they we learned funny noislet are some awfully Teachers swett ti'Ig I ever he assistant uw go. nce College. I it is just saw. He in the tomes around time to talk to us Sit, and the had a flig it. She ,t if the dinne must have all at our tabue. ager is S perwvy curls and ;y tough meat iola Nash alfoot on it to terrible time ayed on One r hour. Miss had a tender seem to have )y named Ted is while he is I'll declare, ach of our old 0' 0 *I Wl, guess III have to wear one of 70ur old ones then. St. Peter: What did earth? Joke Editor: Wrote St. Peter: Down Pardon kerchief? Die, Oh dear, That's belo is this I so my dress!-Ex. Stude: Hello, Co-ed: name's you do on jokes. w--Ex. your handCembaased-. Annie! Don't call me Annie! My Anner'! I A young man walked into chapei while the sermon was going on. He asked the attendant, "How long has this man "Oh, about think." "Guess I'll be pretty nearly been preaching!" twenty stay. He years. I ought to ; through by bOW." It is sure tough 'on the : who has to pay $14.00 for a sbit for dress a fraternity dance. *e call it the "High cost of liing" or the "cost of living bight" Mabel--How love! Abel-I labor. des Charlie make should eel it unskilled Teacher-What college yesterday? timn. Flapper-No. lege boy. Best books of the 1. Check book-by kept you out of Acute indigesA cute little wolyear: Dad. 2. Book of addresses-by GerlisProfessor-Success, has four conditions. Voice from bWck Alda gentlemen, row-Tough luck. The dean will kick him of college. flaughter-Mother, any milk in haven't the ohuse. Mrs. Just-moved-in I'll call the creamatory them to send -Terril and out that hair dressing in that jar." Lenny-"No that's paste." the cont get -Rolins The three reason I my bat off then." Sanspur. ages of 15-25 the muddle 25-45, the middle ageage. 45-on, the meddle age. --Exchange. Prof: Are you Stude: No sir, twin brother. Prof. Ab, I please ?-Juggler. Absent-minded Barchan, I want Mr. Sixth? I am Mr. Sr see; what Prof: you aith's name "Mr. to al this qweation. Joe: Professor, I'm absent Prot: I beg your pardon sir, the next man will answer the question. Director: Then two burglars ter and the clock strikes Actors (in unison): Silently, bit. till one. onle by otie, In the grade books of the profesus a quart. Bto,'om the htite zeros 'The forget-me-nets of the student. ---Clemson Tiger. Van CGee!: We had scrambwed eggs for breakfast :at the mess ball i s irOlffg isitor: Well whats funny that. Van: They .1 ~ I about V 4 S 4" put one egg on the tabl, and we all scrambled for it. Father: How i, it. Sir, that I kissing my daughtnr? How is it, Sir? Dick D: Great! Sir. Great! 5%. c.'L-. .n.fn,.a*on,1'n.r nn --r -~ I-1 -I -A CA -* ~., a -4 0*Wr ut by. fly it the .ous;

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TEE FLORIDA ALUGATOR & P&d EBHT I S of the department of the Uni sity and chairman of the Lay Missionaz y Committee. It was Dr. Farr statement the negro is a human being, a soul and is here to stay. "M *V r man that has OreOver." he addet, "t ks strictly up to U, Southerner,. with the aid of "ur good northern friends to map out some program, by which the flerro situation can he successfully handled." He went on to say,. peaking of the various plans which have been ,p(oken of her.and there relative to some dispositioni of the colored race, that a.1 these schemes are impossible anti the negro is in the country to stay. Dr. Parr spoke of the influx 0r negroes into the north a few years ago and told how glad the southern men were their old farMt hands rturned the following summer alter a winter of miseryand stuffring north of the Mason-Dixon ine. The idea of the negro trying to rain supremacy over thE. white race he characterized as ridfrulous, stating that in Southern states the things of quitting hui> to the ving places of casting a b.Illt. interestingly related idea of the much talk equality" telling hiafter much study of and from personal in finds that the desire social that a negro flit of tke negro never work, to go with the idea He also very the negro, ed of "Social hearers that the question e-tigation he negro duenot allyy inte, mn'clig and In' ted ii dmte with inatics. I tory ano McMullen. 3!. teake. Ph .hispoliticul ,cience. E. W. A. B., history and' civics Miss Cht-tine Carmack. A. ., hhstery and eimic. R.A Rosen. h htory arnt civics. (To be hlled) sqciology jind econmmcs. J. W. Day, M. S., geography. J. S. Rogers. A. B. .biology. Miss Georgia Borger. B. S., botany and ZO>_ logy. T. [I. leigh.A M. %b. D .F. S. Ce. ehernktry, W. S. Pet',y. A. BMM .C physic;, F> A. Hawn'e. B. S.,.agr'culture. W H. HBile. acieinCe. J .N Anderson, A 3!. Ph. D. Latmn. C. L Cr'w. M. A Ph. D., m'i. i. a Iangnae .UT be t.l!edsrA a r' i --ph PR'-tier. B. Se .>ri., tn Is-, >Is Cora Griffm.Ip ~l i :Irmr od, Mrs. ARv B. Ca rrt' ptaa~v Mks (X tr 0, Mc-Arth t. A. Mrural Ceiiw 410n XiiS4 $a I ('0 1t3 Ph. ii-t temtfntaty t i t) 40. (To he field) phychol gx F, be filled I ,ho 'I mnalag.IInt It C Mlazuteeter, k. B. I. 0. phy io! education. A. WV. Sweat. M. A .Ph. D. hygine and manaz C tpinfrmary, Mr. Mabel 'Vai. n, -.jTo he filled), drawing. (To w fiLkd I No student wvi1I be allo'"ed to carry more than fl nor Ie~s than I 5rtecitatmn pi week without special permison beuu wantedd. .nly inmR. etflme Ca d~ 2. N0student shall receive more I~IFAI s~x Iwhites as a nfte feed more em~~1.ncnclUsion r.Fart said, "We -mut ret atthe facts in a cold ON UES~ ltljooded w8y >and; isorka out same NE R R B E 4 justice inthe cu~ utc n & economical and clfil life, respect Dr. t.M/Fart. Vice-President p1. him for the pregtrs ha.liss made the Uudversity mrdi member ofand show him that, in doaity lhe *Southern Inter-racial Comnish.4 .utbern man is his friend." delivered letturi on Thursda ________ evening before the MlPn4en SIwldy SUMMBUt SCHOOL Class at Epworth --1.11 of the ~ SESSION WILL Gainesville Methodist Churdh.,D OJPEN .JUNE 13 Parr Was presented to his audience -((ontmunet :rom Page 1) hb l tr LI n Brt I wh .hAd 4 wetk on 1

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