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fcuiME XVIII

lasqueraders Are,
| The Hole After
Jacksonville Trip
Loses Money In
f All Performances; De Deficit
ficit Deficit of sll.
H{n an interview this week Kline
JLfham. auditor of the university,
mtftd that the Masqueraders,
organization, had shot
Jw last wad. After the disas disas*feus
*feus disas*feus performances at Gaines Gaines#fele,
#fele, Gaines#fele, Tallahassee and Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, the deficit, with incomplete
3jiorts from the Jacksonville
3jp, amouns to a grand totql of
J&18J95. The performance in
3&psville netted $114; the one
10 percent given to the
boor class for sponsoring the
£wit, thus making a total net of
*Js9.l7- The expenses and inci incidentals
dentals incidentals were $518.12, making a
j[efidt of $118.95.
*j The failure of theh show in the
*fcrious towns outside of the uni university
versity university section was accounted in
*rt to a nincomplete advertising
y unpaign and the failure in
i ininesville to the lack of spirit
J mong the students in supporting
* ieir own organization. Mr. Gra- j
dsm lamented the fact that the
J lasqueraders would not be able
* o continue next year as they
dfere a much needed part of the
* Diversity- He also stated that
[r. Buchanan was g >mg to have
* dramaic club put on a play
£ nring commencement wekk in an
iffort to recuperate the losses
£f the. Masqueraders, there are
£ Iso other plans afoot to do the
une thing.
£ In an effort to keep down the
* spenses of the show this year
£|e item of expense were kept
own to a minimum, even the
i-osses for the Jacksonville trip
£ eing furnished by the Rotary
- nd Kiwanis clubs. But even with
£ is the expenses more than
£ rerbalanced the receipts and
K reed the Masqueraders deep into
le hole in money matters. There
y is been no complete report turn turnl
l turnl i in as to the receipts from the
; icksonville performance, but the
y rtal ticket sale oply netted
f 175.25 and of this the Temple
y\e $52.87 thus received would
y heat re received 50 percent, and
| ardly cover the cost of adver adver
- adver *ing and other expenses-
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t tudent Officers To
Be Installed May 3
[ Student body officers elected
t the election April 7 will be
j imgurated during chapel hour,
oesday, May 3. This will enable
kem to take office at the regu reguir
ir reguir meeting of the Executive
Honor Court, Wed Wedttday
ttday Wedttday night, May 4-
At this inauguration the newly
sleeted officers will be given the
th of office and presented with
Ae paraphanalia of office.
Speeches wil be made by Hanson
fcfkham, retiring president, and
by Bud Mizell, president-elect.
;; ; s)
ittnual Banquet Os
P. D. P. April 13
It has been announced by John
ABison. clerk of the Cockrell Inn
f Phi Delta Phi, honorary legal
&*lemity, that this organization
*Wtfd give its annual banquet
Monday evening, April 18, at the
hanrose Grill. This will be the
iast of many activities put on by]
fraternity this year-
Ipobably the feature of the
JfOfcram will be the election of-of of-officers
ficers of-officers for the ensuing year. How Howother
other Howother short talks have been
ftwtgcd. so that this should be
of the most successful ban-j
Wts ever experienced by this
or fanization. # |M

NEW LOCAL FRATERNITY HAS
BEEN FORMED AT FLORIDA U.

Announcement was mail'* last 1
**k of the formation of a new
***l fraternity at the um ty I
kown as the Alpha Omega fra-)
The group is composed
|^&>tin-American students, who
bounce that their chief pur puris
is puris to promote the cause of
*bi-lingual stuients to
state university.
Jfrof. J. S. Bueno, of *ie
Tptish department, is sponsor sponsor
sponsor the organization. He states
' the members of Alpha
irPga are concentrating their
on making this the
fltagest practical fraternity of
in the south.

Florida Alligator

SOUTH AMERICA AND BRAZIL I
BUENOS SUBJECT IN CHAPEL
t

Stressing the need for coopera cooperation
tion cooperation between the two largest
republics in the western hemis hemisphere,
phere, hemisphere, Prof. J. S. Bueno, address addressed
ed addressed the hstudents of the univer university
sity university at the Thursday chapel ex exercises,
ercises, exercises, on South America, with
special refernec to Brazil, his
native country.
Professor Bueno pointed out
that Brazil was one of the most
neglected countries in the world
today- He said that Americans
usually think of Brazil in terms
of coffee, heat, and languor.
Stastistics that he quoted pointed
out that every conception was
erroneous; Brazil does a large
trade in many things besides
coffee, has temperatures of freez freezing
ing freezing as well as excessive heat, and
has a record of progress since
1822, when it became independent
of Portugal, that equals the
United States of America.
The National City Bank of New
York, has stated, Professor Bue Buepo
po Buepo said, thqt Brazil could support
a population of 1,350,000,000,
which it is estimated will have
at its present rate of growth
| within the next century or two.
In about 4 Oyears its mileage in
railways has increased from nine
Lewis Fosters
Resolution For
Appropriations
Student Representative Asks
Investigation of University
and State College Needs.
Representative Clay Lewis of
Wewahitchka, university student,
introduced a resolution into the
house at Tuesdays session of the
legislature, seeking* surveys of
conditions at the University of
Florida and at the Florida State
College for ? Women. The, resolu resolution,
tion, resolution, calling for appointment of
committees to make recommen recommendations
dations recommendations ofr increased appropria appropriations
tions appropriations was contrary to the report
of Governor Martin in his recent
message that the present budget
for state educational institutions
was sufficient. The resolution
was defeated.
Representatives Lewis and Mc-
Kenzie. Leesburg, introduced a
bill seeking ot appropriate $200,-
000 for new buildings, purchasing
of new equipment and employ employment
ment employment of additional professors for
the law school of the university.
A bill to appropriate $25,000
for plant and soil experimenta experimentation
tion experimentation work throughout the state,
undertaken by the University of
Florida agricultural experiment
station in line with Burbank
methods, was presented by Repre Representative
sentative Representative McKenzie.
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Farr Lit To Hold
Its Annual Banquet
Farr Literary Society will hold
ing. April 18, at 10 oclock at the
its annual banquet Monday even-
White House hotel- The debaters
in the Florida-Louisiann a contest
and the judges, will be honor
guess of theh society.
~ The following program will be
rendered with Prof. . A. Robert
son acting as toastmaster:
Welcome by Raymond Brothers,
president of the soc et Y* __
Short address by Dr* J. in-
Farr founder of the society, and
address by Dr. H. O. Enwall.
Talk on debating* at Florida by
Ralph Merritt of the debating
I council.
\n orchestra will furnish music
for the banquet-

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] It is an organization, says
{Professor Bueno, such is I*lor
I ida has long needed, but fir
1 jome unknown reason, or lack
of leadership hasneglected form forming
ing forming ...
The fraternity expects t > as assist
sist assist Latin-American student- at
the university, principally through
scholarships. ojM>perati'R m
raising funds has been promised
b\- Spanish, Italian and Cunan
groups in Tampa, center .f the
states Latin-America poulation.
Announcement will be made
later of the names of stuaents
'if the fraternity. Prof. Bueno
said.

and half miles to nearly 40,000
miles; in a century its population
has increased tenfold.
Brazil was one of the first
countries to fully recognize the
United States as a nation, and
has always shown the utmost
willingnes sto cooperate with its
northern neighbor, the speaker
said.
Professor Bueno deplored the
attitude taken by a few South
Americans, distrusting Yankee
expansion, and seeing nothing but
harm in the extension of trade
between the two countries. This
does not represent the feelings
of the majority of South Ameri Americans,
cans, Americans, the students were assured-
The speaker concluded by plead pleading
ing pleading for a thorough study of South
American conditions by all stu students,
dents, students, as South America, and
Brazil its largest republic, is
coming to the forefront in world
industry and international rela relations.
tions. relations.
Professor Bueno is extremely
competent to speak on Brazil,
as he has made several trips to
his home there recently, has
studied trade conditions in that
country and this, and has also
made a special study of relations
between the two countries.
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
WILL NOT HOLD ITS
BANQUET THIS YEAR
Largest Requisition Granted
Was for $406, to De Debating
bating Debating Council.
Moving that Chili Clough be
instructed that the council had
sponsored a dance on Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming Day, November 6, 1926, for
the benefit of the University
Band and for the Masqueraders
with the intention that these two
organizations were. to receive a
50-50 split of all profits and that
Chili Clough should make imme immediate
diate immediate and adequate account of the
$253, which was the Masquerad Masqueraders
ers Masqueraders share, to Auditor Kline Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, the Executive Council signi signified
fied signified its intention to aid the Mas Masqueraders
queraders Masqueraders in their financial mud muddle.
dle. muddle.
According to Spic Stanley, who
had been in charge of the dance,
it had been the original plan of
the Executive Council to sponsor
the dance for the sole benefit of
the band in order that this or organization
ganization organization might secure uniforms.
It was learned, however, that
Chili Clough had already secured
this date for a dance to benefit
the Masqueraders.
Clough, according to Stanley,
went to Stanley and asked that
the two dances be combined and
that a 50-50 split of the profits
be given to each organization.
Stanley agreed to this plan and
the dance was held under this
understanding-
Clough now states that the
dance he had arranged for with
Judge Cockrell was a private en enterprise
terprise enterprise and that the name of
the Masqueraders was to be
used only as advertising material
with this organization receiving
one half of the resulting profits,
derstanding he had with Stanley
He further states that the un unwas
was unwas to the effect that the band
should receive one half of the
profits of the combined dance
while the Masqueraders and he
split the remaining half on a 50-
50 basis.
The report of the committee
of the Executive Council which
was in charge of the dance shows
that $615 was taken in at the
dance, of which $lO9 was expens expenses.
es. expenses. The resulting $506 was di divided
vided divided equally between the Mas Masqueraders
queraders Masqueraders and the band. Half of
this sum, $253, was turned over
to Chili Clough that he might
igive it to the Masqueraders. He
said, according to Stanley, Well,
this will help the Masqueraders
a great deal in getting off on I
their first trip.
Mr- Graham declared to the
Executive Council that to the
best of his knowledge none of
this money had been turned over
to the Masqueraders.
University Visited
By Pcdatka Students
Students from Palatka highh
school visited the university with
the purpose in view of better
acquainting themselves with the
state university, last week. Va Various
rious Various buildings were visited, the j
system of conducting classes, and
various other phases of univer university
sity university activities were studied.

For a Greater Florida

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, APRIL 16, 1927

Blue Gator Will
Appear Tuesday;
Staff Announced
First Issue to Be House
Party Edition; List of
Editors Named.
Blue Gator, the universitys
new comis publication, makes its j
first appearance on the campus j
Tuesday. This issue of the hu-'
morous publication has been la- >
bored on for the past three j
months by a number of the best I
literary me non the campus-
This will be the House Party j
number, but it will cover the
whole years activities on the
campus.
Dean Boggs, *2B, editor-in editor-inchief
chief editor-inchief of the Blue Gator, an announces
nounces announces the following men on his
staff: Associate editors Hardin
Branch, 2B, Jack Thompson, 2B,
Chester Ferguson, 29; art edit editor,
or, editor, Alex Stephens, 29; business
manager, Aurel Rosin, 29; circu circulation
lation circulation manager, Allen Ramsey,
29, and faculty advisor, Dr. F.
A. Gilfillan. The editorial staff,
Marian Martin, 29, Charles Cro Crozier,
zier, Crozier, 2B, Dick Naylor, 2B, Hops
Phiel, 29, Paul Marks, 2B Milton
Mitchell, 3O, Leo Finney, 30.
Art staff, Palmer Tyler, 27, and
Sparky 'Harrod, 27; excange
staff, Dillon Graham, 29 and B.
F. Campbell,. *29. Those on the
circulation department: Bob Math
is, 29, Nate Reese, 29, Jack
Wyatt, 2B, Fuller Warren, 2B,
Gordon Perkins, 3O, Tobe Bass,
3O and A. H. Blate, 30.
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PORTABLE RADIO
SET BROADCASTS
FOR UNIVERSITY
Pipe Organ Number is One
of Features on Novel
Program.
Various musical origanizations
and also the gigantic organ of
the university were featured in
the broadcasting over the port portable
able portable station of the Redpath
Chautauqua here this w*eek-end.
The station broadcasting under
the letters WHMB has n- range
of about two hundred miles and
a wave length of 215.7 meters.
Besides the university groups
the station also broadcasted the
choirs of the various churches
of Gainesville. Most of the pro programs
grams programs were of local talent- On
Saturday Mr. Macy, engineer in
charge of the set, will give a lec lecture
ture lecture on radio sending, explaining
the working's of the set and giv giving
ing giving details of its construction.
Mr. Macy brought the set out
to the university Tuesday and
erected it, a large group of stu students
dents students gathering around, many of
them viewing a broadcasting sta station
tion station for the first time.
The broadcasting station should
prove of great advertising value
to the city of Gainesville and to
the university, giving many peo people
ple people a chance to hear the univer university
sity university organ and the musical or organizations
ganizations organizations of the school.
The first program Friday night,
featured the Collegians Orches Orchestra,
tra, Orchestra, Claude Murphree at the uni university
versity university organ, quartet from the
University Glee Club and some of
the musical taleut of Gainesville.
o
Lord Addresses
Horticulturists
Prof. E- L. Lord o tfhe Agri Agricultural
cultural Agricultural college, attended the
State Horticultural Society con convention
vention convention in Bradenton this week.
Professor Lord spoke to the con convention
vention convention on the subject of horti horticulture.
culture. horticulture. Mr. Watkins of the uni university
versity university also attended the conven convention.
tion. convention.
o
COMPETITION FOR
MANCHESTER CUP
IS GOING STRONG
Sigma Chis Now Head the
List With Tau Epsilon
Phi Second.
The intramural competition for
the Manchester cup which was
won last year bv the Pi Kappa
Alpha fraternity is creating much
interest throughout the campus-
The scoring of points are as fol follows:
lows: follows: All major sports, basket basketball.
ball. basketball. baseball, swimming, play playgroudd
groudd playgroudd ball, are scored, first
place 100 points, second place 76
points, third place 50 points. All
minor sports, tennis cross country,
volleyball, golf, horse shoee. entry,;
15 points, first place 60 points,
second place 40 points, third place
20 points. |

Weaver Attends
Architects' Meet
Mr- Rudolph Weaver, architect
for the Statie Board of Control,
left for Tampa Thursday, where
i he will attend an informal meet meet-1
-1 meet-1 ing* of the American Institute of
| Architects. Mr. Weaver is pres president
ident president of this! institute.
At this meeting plans will be
discussed for the convention which
will be held in Gainesville at the
university on Thursday, April 21.
On this same date, the Florida
State Assocation of Architects
will meet here.
J o 1
! Collegiate Quartet
To Sing In Miami
|
Negotiations have been com completed
pleted completed between the manager of
the Capitol itheatre at Miami and
Nat Williams, jazz artist of the
Florid campus, to bring Floridas
Collegiate Quartet to that city j
|on April 17j 18, 19 20. The quar-
I tet is made ; up of Nat Williams,
j H. K- Hook, Jr., Robert Parker,
| the other member was not select select)ed
)ed select)ed before the news went to press.
' Apparingj in the Capitol on
four succeeding nights, the col coll'
l' coll' legians will tantalize the audience
with the latest popular songs.
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UNIVERSITY BAND
IS SUCCESSFUL IN
TAMPA CONVENTION
Band Played at United Con Confederates'
federates' Confederates' Convention
Held Last Week.
The University Band made its
first concert trip last w-eekend
to attend the United Confederate
Veterans convention which was
held in Tampa. The concerts were
very good in comparison with the
other bands that attended this
convention. Much entertainment
was furnished for the band boys
during their spare moments.
The band left Gainesville Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday noon by train, arriving
in Tampa about 8:00 oclock. This
gave the boys the evening to
spend as they pleased. They
could take; in any show if they i
took a veteran with them. TKe
boys were permitted to- attend
the coliseum dances any night
free- Most of the boys took in
this dance Wednesday night.
1 The band made its first ap appearancp
pearancp appearancp Thursday morning when
they made a march through the
busines ssection of Tampa. In
the afternoon the University Band,
gave a concert in the Tampa
bandstand. After this concert the
band was invited to a tea dance
at the Bay Shore Royal hotel,
which lasted until 7:00 oclock, i
The band! broadcasted from the
Olive hotel at 8:00 oclock. The
rest of the evening was left open
to theh band boys to spend as
they, pleased, most of them go going
ing going to the coliseum dance-
Friday was the big day for the
band boys. In the morning there
was held a mass band practice
from 8:00 to 9:00 oclock. At
11:00 oclock the big parade was
formed which lasted until 2:30.
This parade was from the fair
grounds uptown through the busi business
ness business section and back to the fair
grounds. The University Band
made their last appearance at;
5:00 o'clock in a mass band con-i
cert given at the Tampa Bay
hotel. This band was a combi combination
nation combination of six bands that were in
Tampa for the convention; and
wss directed by Mr. Bachman-
Friday night was open to the
band boys for their own leisure.
That night the Tampa DeMolays
gave all iof the University- Band
boys free invitations to their
dance which was given on the
roof garden of the Bay Shore
Royal hotel. Quite a number at attended
tended attended this dance.
The band left Tampa Saturday
morning by train to return to
the Florida campus to prepre for
R. O. T- C. inspection. This is
the first real trip that the Uni University
versity University Band has made this year,
although -another trip or two is
being pinned for this ensueing
year.
BRITAIN IS WORRIED about
the government's trade disputes
trade unions bill. It is intend intended
ed intended to cripple the power of trade
unions, limiting the extent of
strike, and so forth. Britain
fears rise of a dangerous
class war. Organized labors abil ability
ity ability to establish its own govern government.
ment. government. with Ramsay MacDonald
as prime minister. shows the
power of British labor organiza organization,
tion, organization, a power that in this country
is scorned by both political par parties
ties- parties

INSPECTION ENDS
WITH CHANCE FOR
D. C RATING AGAIN
R. O. T. C. Battalion Con
eludes Demonstration;
Work Above Average
________
The final inspection of the
University of Florida R. O. T i
C- Batallion included dress parade,
reviewing of close and extended
order drill, tent pitching and
calisthenics aside from the exam examination
ination examination of classes in military
science which came in the after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. It has been announced by
the officers stationed at the Uni University
versity University that the tent pitching,
close order drill, and calishenics
were very satisfactory to the in inspecting
specting inspecting officers. However, the
extended order drill and class
room work did not edme up to
the mark set by the other parts
of the inspection. Even these
: were very good and probably on
| or above the average.
Almost all those in charge of
this unit hahve expressed their
belief that the mark of distin distinguished
guished distinguished college will be obtained.
It was admitted, however, that
the inspection as a whole was
far below the standard of that
of last year- So excellent was
that inspection th*t thlhs univer university
sity university was given second place in
the entire United States, Virginia
Military Institute being the only
college making a higher score
than the University of Florida.!
All cclasses were suspended
during the inspection. So that
every student might concentrate
o nthis one thing, and put on the
best show possible. It can never
be said that great effort was
not expended to put on a good in inspection.
spection. inspection.
It will probably be sometime in
July before it wil be definitely
announced whether or not this
school rated distinguished college.
However, it is thought that the
students may rest assured that
the rating will be bestowed upon
the university.
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FI o rid a Architects
To Meet April 21
*
The Florida State Association
of Architects, and the Florida
chapter of the American Institute
of Architects will meet at the
university in the architectural
rooms on Thursday, April 21.
The convention will last only one
day, as this is a special meeting
and only a limited number of
things will be discussed-
Exhibition wil lbe given of the
students work in the various sub subjects
jects subjects in architectural school which
have been done in the past year
apd a half, for it was only then
that this school was founded.
Mr. Rudolph Weaver, architect
of the State Board of Control,
is first vice president of the
state association, and priseident
of the Florida chapter of the
American Association of Archi Architects.
tects. Architects. He is very active in mak making
ing making preparations for the conven convention.
tion. convention.
o
Pan Hellenic Plans
Banquet On April 29
The Pan-Hellenic Council, or
' intorfratemfEy conference, will
give its annual banquet, Friday
evening*. April 29, at the Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal parish. The council has been
very successful during the entire
year, and it is thought that this
affair will be on an equal stand standing
ing standing with the other events so far.
0 Among other things done by
the council this year is a dance
given during Homecoming week weekend.
end. weekend. Another dance will be given j
Saturday night. May 28, at the j
new (gymnasium, now under con-'
struction.

CONVENTION OF HIGH SCHOOL
LEADERS IS HELD THIS WEEK

O-
Both the high school and pri primary
mary primary leaders of the state have
held their annual conventions
here this week. The primary
convention began Wednesday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon at 2:30 and ended Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening immediaaely after
the' second session at 7:30.
Appointments of committees
were made, reports given, etc.
Some of the speakers were R..
M. Evans, Sarah H. Bard, Fran Francis
cis Francis H. Clark. Elsi Partridge. Do Dorothy
rothy Dorothy I-- Pratt, and others.
The High School Principals
Convention met Thursday and
Friday. All the meetings were
held in Peabody auditorium.
Some of the speakers of this!

Executive Council
Aids Masquerad Masqueraders,
ers, Masqueraders, Financial Way
Disagreement is Found Over
Dance Held Last Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming Day.
Granting requisitions to the
amount of $708*71 and deciding
not to hold the annual Executive
tCouncil banquet, the Executive
Council hel dits regular meeting
in the law building Wednesday
night.
The requisitions granted were:
Benton Engineering Society, $35;
John Marshall Debating Society,
$23.60; Check Committee, $8.35;
Debating Council, $406; Special
Fund (election expenses) $33.35,
and $235.76 for expenses of the
s delegates to the Southern Feder Federation
ation Federation of College Students.
The $406 (granted the Debating
Council was t cover the ex ex
ex penses incurred on the trip of the
team to Louisiana State at Baton
Rouge as well as those resulting
from entertaining the ILouisiana
team that visited the university-
The delegates to the Southern
I Federation of College Students
based their expenses on the scale
used by the Debating Council.
All requisitions passed without
j opposition.
Spio Stanley, who had been in
charge of arrangements for the
annual Executive Council ban banquet,
quet, banquet, in moving that the council
abandon plans for the affair,
stated that he didnt believe that
it was a logical student body ex expense.
pense. expense. The council concurred with
Stanley and unanimously voted
that the banquet should not be
held.
Fifteen Pledged
By Bacchus Club
Bacchus club pledged fiften new
men at a special meeting held by
the officers of the club Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night at the S. A. E. house.
The club decided thaht there was
a number of men who would
make good members who had not
had a chance to make the organi organization,
zation, organization, so it was decided to in increase
crease increase the membership to 40-^
The following men were pledg pledged
ed pledged at this meeting: Jack Williams,
Bill Boltin, Frank Johnson, Curtis
Scott, Dick Hobbs, LeeChilsen,
Frank Woods Pete Coopr, Cas Casper
per Casper Hefty, Scott Avary, Stanley
1 Butterworth. Donald McGovern,
Joe Crain, Selwyn Ives am! Cltn Cltnton
ton Cltnton Green.
! The Bacchus club would like
I j to have all of thehse men attend
the next meeting which will be
held at the A. T. O. house, Mon Mon!
! Mon! day nighht at 7:30 oclock.
.] O H
' April IB Is Last
Date To Order Rings
All seniors desiring university
rings are asked to turn in orders
before April 18, the latest orders
can be taken and the rings de delivered
livered delivered before graduation. Or Or'
' Or' ders can be taken and ring.
c. 6. D- this summer if desir desired.
ed. desired. I
Pikes Entertain
Editors at Smoker
.| I
The Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity
; gave a smoker for the Sports
I Writers convention Friday night
! at their house. This smoker was
attended by a number of the
university jounalists and visitmg
sports editors, who enjoyed the
evening- !! .
Tonight a banquet is planned
jin honor of the sports writer 1
J who are attending this conven-*
tion, at the Country Club. A very
enjoyable program is planned.

convention were J. W. Norman,
Arthur Hatch, Joseph R. Fulk,
C. O- Holley, Ida A. Anders,
Mary Shepard, W. R. Thomas,
R. J. Longstreet, Joseph Roe Roemer,
mer, Roemer, J B. Nash, Reba F. Har Harris,
ris, Harris, Frederick H. Spaulding, R.
M. Evans, W H. Cassels and
others.
Both conventions were very
successful, and muchj! was accom accomplished
plished accomplished that will* doubtlessly
prove invaluable in the school
system of the stateLl Delightful
programs had been worked out,
the speakers were well prepared
i and this provd the most helpful
I and interesting convention in the
history of the two organizationi.

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FORTUNATEAND UNFORTUNATE
The University ol Florida is especially fortunate to
have on its faculty an instructor who is intimately ac acquainted
quainted acquainted m me great continent in the
southern part of this hemisphere. Dr. J. b. Bueno, wno
spoKe in chapel Thursday morning on bourn America, is j
wen prepared to speak on this suDject, being a native 01
brazil, and one who has kept in touch with every pan oi
bouth America.
This is FrofSsorTJueno's second year on me campus,
and it is within genuine regret tnat tne stuaents learn
tnat he is not to return next year. Professor Bueno s suc success
cess success at the University of Florida has not only oeen witnin
the classroom, but also in his outside connection witn many
stuaents. He is one of the most popular instructors in me
modern language department.
bast year Professor Bueno held the responsible post
of director of the University Glee Club, a particularly ex exacting
acting exacting position, as it was the first year of a glee ciuo on
tne campus, and on the first year's success was oaseu
every hope for the musical organization's continuation.
Every student here knows that the club under Processor
Buenos guidance exceeded all hopes, and this year, wim
their director of last year holding the post of Honorary
director, the club gone far toward being tne prennei
musical organization of Southern colleges.
The Tourist News, of St. Petersburg, carried an article
last fail on Professor Buenos life. It stressed the fact
that he was preparing himself in this country to return
to his native R***gil that he might be instrumental in
bringing about more cordial relations between this country
* and the South American republic; and assist in carrying
out the policy of good will that both great countries de de*>
*> de*> !, % V
The Alligator repeats that Florida is sorry to lose
Professor Bueno. Our University would be far better off
with more instructors like him.
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i f :1
COMING EVENTS
1
April 15-16State High School track meet here.
April 16Meeting of State Sport Writers.
April 17EASTER SUNDAYOrgan RecitalClaude
Murphree3:3o in Auditorium.
April 18Varsity vs. Sanford State Leaguers at San Sanford.
ford. Sanford.
April 18-23Short course in Metermen in Department
of Electrical Engineering and Extension Division.
April 19 Congressman W. S. Sears will speak in
Chapel.
April 20Dean Matherly will give a lecture on Fam Family
ily Family Budget 8:00 Peabody Auditorium.
April 22Gymnaatic contest and exhibition at gymna gymnasium,
sium, gymnasium, 8 p. E
April 23Track Meet with University of South of

Sewanee at Gainesville.
April 25-26-27 Varsity vs. Auburn at Tallahassee.
May 31 Commencement.
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tI ANSWERS
i to
; GOURMETS EUROPEAN
QUESTIONNAIRE
I
1. When it is Filet of Sole
MARGUERY at one of MAIL
GUERYS two restaurants in
Paris.
2- Restaurant Royal, The Ha Hague,
gue, Hague, Holland.
3. Hors doeuvres, Petits pois,
coupe Jaque.
4. Asti Spumante is the name
of the Italian Champagne which
can at times be very good and
is very inexpensive. Neither.
Spumoni is an Italian ice cream cream-5.
5. cream-5. At pocardis next the Opera
Comique in Paris.
6. Bouillabaise.
7. At the relays du Chateau.
In summer, under the awning on
the shady terrace facing a lun luncheon
cheon luncheon approved by Madame's
smile and cooked by Monsieur Monsieur-8.
8. Monsieur-8. Strawberries and clotted
cream.
9. A Mille-Feuilles, a chou
a la creme, and a baba au
rhum.
10. In the strawberry patches
in Phoenix Park, Dublin, Ireland.
11- Order another.
12. Pruniers.
13. Blinis are pancakes with
caviar and sour cream and can
be (gotten at the Maisonette
Russee on the Rue Montabor in
Paris.
14. LEcrivsse.
15- At Mont St. Michel in
France and the omelette is tp be
had at the Hotel Poulard and
you c%n watch it made in the
kitcheij)
16. Because it is made with
water from the River Liffey
which has special chemical pro properties.
perties. properties.
17. Le Petit Lavenue now re replaced
placed replaced by Le Restaurant Trianon
in Paris, famous for its plats
regionaux.
18. No- But you can get a
numbered duck at the restaur restaurant
ant restaurant TOUR dARGENT in Paris.
19. One time a bishop on his
way to Rome sent a runner
ahead to taste wine. The run runner
ner runner was to mark a good wine
Est. At Orvieto he marked
the wine Est Est Est.
20- God knows.
LIBRARY SHOWS
NOTABLE GROWTH
SINCE SEPTEMBER
2.333 New Volumes Added
To SfTSlVes; Faculty
Wants Bulletin.
The University Library showed
a marked increase in growth dur during
ing during the year. Since September
there has been 2333 new volumes
added to the library, most of
these have been added for paral parallel
lel parallel reading, some for reference,
and a part coming undr the
class of fiction.
The most active contributors
to the library this year have
been Hammatt Engineering So Society,
ciety, Society, and the State Board of
Architecture, who have added a
large number of yolumes for ar architectural
chitectural architectural reference. In volumes
the library has grown faster
this year than ever before, but in
proportion to the increased en enrollment
rollment enrollment the growth has not come
up to the standard set in pre preceeding
ceeding preceeding years.
A census was taken 2 months
ago to determine whether the
faculty thought it was worth
while in having the Library Bul Bulletin.
letin. Bulletin. The faculty showed itself
to be 100 percent for the library librarybulletin
bulletin librarybulletin and expressed themselves
as being against the dropping of
it, inasmuch that it has been
of great aid to the students.
o
i
Glee Club Back
From Good Trip
Through Georgia
j
The Glee Club returning form
a trip of three concerts in Geor Georgia
gia Georgia report a very pleasant and
successful trip. A very cordial
reception was tendered them by
the students of Emory University
who saw' to it that every man
w r as properly housed. On the way
to Macon the bus broke down and
an old truck was commissioned to
haul the Florida songsters over
the 35 miles into Macon.
o-
In a dual tank meet held in
Atlanta last Saturday. Georgia
Tech swimming squad easily de defeated
feated defeated the Gator swimming team,
56-15. To win the Tech swim swimmers
mers swimmers took six of the eight events
in the meet

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

.1; : r 1
Comedy Planned
By Dramatic Club
For Commencement
f! I
An amusing thrqeact comedy
will be given sometime during
commencement week by the re recently
cently recently formed dramatic club, ac according
cording according to Prof. Paul Buchanan
in an intrvidw with an Alligator
reporter last week.
Professor j Buchanan started
the first rehearsals qf the comedy
this week. He wishes to make it
clear that everyone attending the
universiy is eligible, to member membership
ship membership in the new dramatic orga organization
nization organization and should get in touch
with him if they are interested
in trying out for parts in the
new' play. The organization will
in all probability be called the
University of Florida Dramatic
Club.
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Gator Debators
To Have A Meet
On Next Monday
Debate Monday Night is the
Fourth Annual Meet Be Between
tween Between the Two Schools.
The University of Florida will
meet Louisiana State University
on next Monday evening, April
18, at 8 oclock in the fourth
annual dual debating meet which
is held at both universities each,
year. The question of debate is
Resolved, That the five day week
in industry would promote the
social and economical interests of
the country. It is understood
that the question applies only to
those industries now using a
five and a half or sisc day week.
Florida will debate the nega negative
tive negative at home- The team repre representing
senting representing Florida here is composed
of Robert Hodges, Nat Roberts
and Billy Matthews, while Ralph
Merritt, Ray Watson and Harold
Dublirer will debate the affirma affirmative
tive affirmative side of the question at Baton
Rouge, Louisiana.
The team which Louisiana is
sending here is noticeably repre representative
sentative representative of various clubs as
well as fraternities; William A.
Wilson, a freshman in the Arts
and Science college is a Lambda
Chi Alpha. George C. Sehoen Sehoenberger,
berger, Sehoenberger, a senior lawyer, is a
Sigma Nu and Coach John Q.
Adams is the president of Tau
Kappa Alpha, the largest honor honorary
ary honorary debating fraternity in the
world- Mr. Adams will meet the
Florida chapter of Tau Kappa
Alpha in an informal manner
sometime during the day.
Dr. Murphree wil lpreside and
H. M. Hampton, A. iB. Bullock
and D- Neil Ferguson of Poala
will ast as judges. After the de debate
bate debate the Farr Literary society
will entertain the debaters as
guests at a dinner lat which
Claude Murphree will play.
Perhaps the most striking and
noteworthy feature of the de debate
bate debate is the fact that each year
Florida has won at Louisiana and
lost here, thus resulting in a tie
each time. Jerry McGill, now at
Oxford on the Rhodes scholarship,
was each year a member of the
team which defeated Louisiana.
This year Florida entertains fond
hopes of winning both ends of
the meet by reason that the best
teams are being put in the field.
Each man w'ho debates at home
in this meet has had at least
three
University of Florida debater.
It seems that a debate of this
nature would certainly warrant
better attendance than has been
I evident at the last two debates
held here- Ralph Merritt, secre secretary
tary secretary of the Debating Council,
promises that this coming meet
will be an outstanding event of
much interest #nd educational
value and especially requests of
all who can do so, to be pres present.
ent. present.
O
State Senator Dell
Promises Attention
To University Needs
Promise of efficient administer administering
ing administering to the University of Flor Floridas
idas Floridas needs, is predicted on the
appointment of Senator J. Maxey
Dell of Gainesville, to the office
of chairman of the senate com committee
mittee committee on State Institutions.
Senator Dell is an important
power in the senate, serving as
; member of the following commit committees:
tees: committees: Education, Miscellaneous,
. Legislation, Public Health, En Enj
j Enj rolled Bills and Judiciary. Dur-
I ing the last recess over the week
lend, Senator Dell visited Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and whil here assured the
; citizens that he would do his ut uti
i uti most in bringing district legisla legisla;
; legisla; tion before the legislature-

Matherly Makes
Opening Speech i
At Convention
Says History* of World is
Largely History of Agri Agriculture.
culture. Agriculture.
Prof. W. J. Matherly, Director
of the School of Business Ad Administration,
ministration, Administration, made the opening: ad address
dress address at the annual convention of
the Horticultural Society last
Tuesday evening: in Bradenton.
The address, a most interesting
and convincing one, was on the
theme of the farmers importance
in the present day and 1 some of
the things he should do in order
to justify that position.
The history of the World i$
largely the history of agriculture/
said Dean Matherly. The far nit
ers progress from primitive eras
to the third decade of the twem
tieth century is a long and pain--
ful process of evolution. P irst the
domestication of animals; then
the (beginnings of plant cultiva cultivation;
tion; cultivation; then the flocks and herds of
Palestine; then Greek and Roman
husbandry; then early argicultural
development in Northern Europe;,
feudalism and the orrian evolu- j
tion; then the recapitulation of
the history of agriculture in Amer America,
ica, America, and finally the transitionnin
the United States and the rest of
the World to commercialized agri agriculture.
culture. agriculture. Such is a lightening;
sketch of mans evolution from
savage beginning to the present:
day civilization. Such, likewise,
is a glimpse of the most striking
and typical stages in the history
of mankind. i
He declared that the farmers
position is a position of primary
production. He is the first to
handle the goods, and give the raw
material to the world, as he is the
real producer. Statistics were ;
quoted to ishow that farming
claims a large portion of the
population, a large portion of the
wealth of the nation, and* the great
amount of land that is given over
to farming. He went on to say
Itfiat the farmer needs the help of
other farmers and of the special-:
ists throughout the countrythat
he holds a position of interdepend interdependence.
ence. interdependence. He has become a business
man, as he is concerned with pro production,
duction, production, marketing, finance, and
the risk that is connected with his
profession.
Since the farmers position in
modern economic is a position of
primary production, of economic
interdependence and of business
relationshops, be must be a stu student
dent student of economics, concluded Pro Professor
fessor Professor Matherly, He must know
the significance of economic forces.
When he knows more about econ economics
omics economics he wall pay less for his mis mistakes,
takes, mistakes, his profits Will be greater,
his service to mankind will be
more greatly appreciated.
o
Two Students To
Go To Convention
Held In Kentucky
Henson Markham and Bud
Mizell to Leave for Lex Lexington
ington Lexington Next Week
Leaving- April 19, Henson Mark,
ham, president of the student
body, and Bud Mizell, president presidentelect,
elect, presidentelect, will start for the annual
convention of the Southern Fed Federation
eration Federation of College Students to be
held at the University of Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, Lexington, April 21-22-23.
The Southern Federation of
College Students is a southern
organization having a membership
of approximately 25 southern col colleges.
leges. colleges. Among these are such
schools as Alabama, Georgia,
Washington and Lee and Flor Florida.
ida. Florida.
There are two delegates from
each school, usually a junior and
a senior. The senior is to supply
the experience and hand it on
to the junior. It is customary
for these two delegates to be the
president president-elect of
th studnt bodies.
The federation discusses all
problems of students including includingthe
the includingthe honor system, student govern government,
ment, government, the functioning of different
departments, and budget systems.
Those schools possessing the best
systems are asked to tell their
plans and the reason this system
was adopted.
o
Galor Baseball Team
Will Invade Georgia
The Florida Baby Gators base baseball
ball baseball tea mwill make an invasion
of Georgia during the coming;
week- Games are scheduled with I
! Piedmont Institute. Waycross, Ga.!
May 22, 23, and Norman Park |
Institute, Norman Park, Ga., 20,;
21
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INTRA-MURAL SPRING
SPORTS SCHEDULE
Baseball April 7.
Track April 21.
1 GolfApril 21-
Playground Ball April 24. h

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ApfUL *3,

ftffflOPEAN QUESTION-
I Saire FOR GOURMETS
J Prepared by
KnjDENT 3RD CABIN
W ASSOCIATION
. of
fc)LLAND-AMERICA
1 LINE
.j, When is SOUL spelt SOLE?
Where is the restaurant in
Skipe whose proprietors motto
clients drink me rich and
poor? What is the name
restaurant?
Kyou go to eat at the
RIE UNIVERSELLE in
lat shouldnt you miss?
ASTI SPUMANTE the
f a movie actress? Is
in Italy or Spain?
ere coul darsac 1912
at 20 francs a bottle
mer?
at is Marseilles most
ofas concoction?
I If you were lost in the
£ de Rambouillet, where would
a like to be found?
g. What is the Devon master masteries?
ies? masteries?
j, What should one try at a
itnch Pastry Shop?
10, Where can you pick your
gi strawberries and have them
je jell.
ll. jell. What yould you do after
ids g a Marron glace?
If. What famous Paris resaur resaurjt
jt resaurjt was maligned in the book
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.
15. What are blinis and where
B they be tried?
14 Name a restaurant in Pa Pais
is Pais whose name is its most fa fam
m fam dish?
15. While visiting what beau beaufal
fal beaufal place in the world can you
Ailge n one of the worlds
sest melettes ?
16. Why cant Guinness stout
i made anywhere but in Cork?
17* Where did Whistler, Sar Sarnt,
nt, Sarnt, Carolus Durham, Falgui Falguit
t Falguit and Robert Louis Stevenson
4 cooking, comfort and com comdeship?
deship? comdeship?
18. Can you get a ducks num
r?
19. Why is a wine in Orvieto
ily called Est Est Est?
20. Where can you get ice wa warin
rin warin Europe?
iaewers to these questions
fffl be found on another page
fthis issue of The Florida
Alligator.
Family Forum
I Attended By 75
Upperclassmen
i Rogers, Head of Depart-
Mat of Biology, Makes
i*SI A uuICSSCSt
e new Family Relation Relationi
i Relationi forum drew a crowd of
75 juniors and seniors at
first two meetings, April 8
18, which were held in the
ody auditorium. Dr. J J-1
-1 J-1 Rogers spoke both times
|!he biological side of mar-
P
L Rogers, in his two lec lecre
re lecre the students, dealt
on reproduction and
in clarifying the sub subgreat
great subgreat extent for the
those present,
tores are being deliv deliviponse
iponse deliviponse to the wishes of
f students, juniors and
heo expect to marry a
after graduating. Those
to attend these for-
I leave their names at
C A. or get in touch
ers of the registration
Alton Morris, chair chair
chair Smith and Robert
union and settlors are
attend and it is
ose who register go to
will speak
family Budget at the
in, Wednesday evening,
St 8 oclock in Peabody
. Dean Matheriy has
lectors while he was
iversity of North Caro Caro_
_ Caro_ has made a thorough
HI of thie subject.
I hi; <>-
Spe Architect
utifies Grounds
scape architect of the
is working diligently
the rounds around the
library, and the space
e library and Peabody
plot of ground is laid
ery attractive pattern,
present extensive plan
s beautification is car carhe
he carhe Univenity of Flor Flors
s Flors will stand second to
> attractiveness.

ILLINOIS CREEKS
DISCUSS PROBLEMS
OF FRATERNITIES
3,000 Fraternity Men Attend
First Campus Con Conference.
ference. Conference.
(Present conditions require the
Greek-letter fraternity to make
sure that its ideals are not lost
bu are perpetuated, Dr. Joseph
C. Nate, National Historian of
Sigma Chi, told 3,000 fraternity
men at the University of Tlli Tllinois
nois Tllinois in March. These conditions
result from the great change in
college life during recent years
and are often confusing to the
student.
This was the first gathering of
its kind ever held in the United
States. Every fraternity man at
j Illinois was present. It was
called by R- N. Jones, president
of the local Interfraternity coun council.
cil. council.
Fraternity ideak and princi principles
ples principles are vital for the welfare of
our land and the life of the
world today, Dr. Nate con continued.
tinued. continued. The multiform activities
and distractions of the modern
campus tend to deprive the fra fraternity
ternity fraternity of the opportunity it once
had to inculcate its principles.
Not only has the world turned
a big corner since the great
war, but on the college campus
today we face conditions radical radically
ly radically new. The small chapters of
other days have given place to
the groups of two score and
more. The palatial house, the
great stadium, and the many
activities are a revolution in
what we call college life-
The modern problem of Greek
letter work is that the ideals
shall not be lost in the midst
o fthe many things among which
chapter life must fight for its
share of recognition and atten attention.
tion. attention. Surely there is no other
thing more important than that
every ideal for which we stand
should be made the common pos possession
session possession of our chapter men, he
concluded.

Need Deeds, Not Words
Fraternities offer more chance
to loaf, and more chance to
work, dedar .ed Thomas Ankle
Clark, dean of men" at the Uni University
versity University of Illinois, and a member
ofthe high council of Alpha Tan
Omega. Some fraternity men
take advantage of both possibili possibilities.
ties. possibilities. During the initiatory cere ceremony
mony ceremony idealism, fellowship, nn_
selfishness and democratic beha behavior
vior behavior was stressed, he said. See
to it that these high principles
are not mere words but are
translated into deeds-
Dean K. C. Babcock of the
College of Liberal Arts and Sci Sciences
ences Sciences at Illinois, expressed his
distate for the imbecile and bar barbaric
baric barbaric antics to which some fra fraternities
ternities fraternities submit their pledges
during Hell week He stated
as his belief that such practices
detract from the seriousness of
initiations. He also pointed out
that to observe the ideals exem exemplified
plified exemplified in the ritual would mean
a more democratic development
of fraternity life.
Coonskin coats and sport road roadsters
sters roadsters do not typify the student
body as a whole, any more than
the bespectacled bookworm of the
stage does the up-and coming
professor of the modern univer university,
sity, university, declared H- H. Rice, assist assistant
ant assistant to the president of General
Motors Corporation, and a mem member
ber member of Delta Phi.
Each generation looks askance
at the foibles of tbe succeeding,
forgetting its own foolishness.
The present undergraduate fra fraternity
ternity fraternity naan is safe if he real realizes
izes realizes the obligation of noblesse
oblige which is imposed on him
because of the opportunities
which are his by virtue of his
college life and membership in a
fraternity of high ideals.
o
Warren To Leave
For Legislature
Fuller Warren, Floridas young youngest
est youngest legislator, is rapidly recover recovering
ing recovering from his attack of typhoid
fever. He expects to be out of

NICK CARTER ADMITS THAT HE IS BAFFLED .
CANT FIND A COUGH IN OLD GOLD CIGARETTES

1.
Curses! Nick Carter
hissed, as he sank exhaust exhausted
ed exhausted in his chair. For a
whole year on the trail
and not a clew.
4.
They were all im immune.
mune. immune. I smoked Old
GoLDsmyself and couldnt
tease a cough out of my
throat.

OLD GOLD
ITS THE SMOOTHEST CIGARETTE
"NOT A COUGH IN A CARLOAD

THE FLORIDA aLLIGaTOR

the University infirmary by Sat- f
urday and will leave for Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee immediately in order to be
present to look after some im important
portant important measures which will be
brought up in regard to his
county. Warren states that he
will do all in his power for the
universitys budget.
O 1
Metermen Given
Course In School
Os Engineering
Six-Day- Series Starts April
18 as mrt of University
Program.
A six day course for electric
metermen is being -offered by the
department of electrical engineer engineering
ing engineering of the University of Flor Florida
ida Florida during the week of April 18-
23, 1927. This is a part of the
1927 program of the General
Extension division of the univer university
sity university to serve the people "of the
state.
This course has much to offer
to electricians and to metermen
in particular. A complete pro program
gram program for the six days' is con contained
tained contained in a bulletin recently is issued
sued issued by the General Extension
Division. It includes instruction
by lectures, supervised problem
work, demonstrations and labora laboratory
tory laboratory work. Individual instruction
will be given to those attending
and practical problems will be
considered considered:o
:o considered:o
Room Assignments
Being Made Now
Beginning last Monday, April
11, room assignments in the
dormitories and barracks were
started to be made by those who
wish to reserve their rooms for
the scholastic year 1927-1928.
Me nwho have lived in the dor dormitories
mitories dormitories will be given the pref preference
erence- preference A reservation fee of $lO

&
They offered a reward
to the man who could find
a cough in an Old Gold
cigarette. And Nick Car Carter
ter Carter took the trail with con confidence
fidence confidence born of past suc success.
cess. success.
4.
A reward that even
Nick Carter could not
claim That reward would
have bought me a lot of j
Old Gold cigarettes, and /
believe me, theyre worth L
buying.

s.
W rtJ
'*l have searched the
country over for a year,
crept up upon thousands
of Old Gold smokers in
the hope of hearing them
cough.'
. .1
20
or^5 ccnts
lt 0/
T***, >. LonlLrd
C.
I Est 1760

! will be charged and paid to the
cashier, the assignments being
made through the business man managers
agers managers office.
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Alpha Theta, honorary literary
fraternity will hold their regular
meeting Monday night at ten
oclock at the Sigma Lamlbda Tau
house.
It is the wish of the president
that all members attend this meet meeting
ing meeting for there will be a few dis discussions
cussions discussions that will be of interest
to all members.
The Bacchus Club held its regular
meeting at the Pi Kappa Alpha
house Monday night. Many plans
were made for the Bacchus dance J
that will he given April 22.
The next meeting will be held at
the Alpha Tau Omega house
Monday night. Every member is
requested to attend this meeting.
Pi Delta Epsilon will hold a very
important meeting Monday night
at eight thirty at the Law build build-1
-1 build-1 ing. At this meeting there will
be held an initiation. There will
also be held the election of officers
for next year. At the close of
the meeting refreshments will be
served.
(Signed) B. L. Hammer, Pres.
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I Society and Clubs

MANY GIRLS TO
BE AT PARTIES
, Gainesville will ibe the scene of
much merriment during the week
end of April 21, 22 and 23 when
the Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, Sigma Nu, and Kappa J
Alpha fraternities will hold their
annul house-parties. A large num number
ber number of visitors will be in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville to enjoy the various parties
and dances that are being planned.
Guests of the Pi Kappa Alpha
fraternity will Ibe: Mary Mildred
Smith, Clearwter, Theo Hinley,
Live Oak; Ruth Campbell, Day Daytona
tona Daytona Beach; Sara McCormick, Or Orlando;
lando; Orlando; Helen Vornay, Sanford);
Ike Smith, Madison; Sue Mc-
Donald, Gainesville; Shirley Don Donnell,
nell, Donnell, Orlando; Mary Alice John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Gainesville; Dot Risbeck,
Lakeland; Zelia Francis Bouchelle,
New Smyrna; ita Woodcock, St.
Augustine; Nan McMullin, Clear Clearwater;
water; Clearwater; Olive Kincaid, Gainesville;
Dot Haile, Gainesville; Keller Har Harris,
ris, Harris, St. Petersburg; Virginia Cren Crenshaw,
shaw, Crenshaw, Orlando; Texas Roughton,
Lakeland; Meta Brice, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; Elizabeth Dawson, Tampa;
Emily Lingle, Sanford; Ruth Rex,
Orlando; Elizabeth Love, Lake Lakeland;
land; Lakeland; Ruth Winifred, Orlando; Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia McCraw, Gainesville; Cath Catherine
erine Catherine Ray, Jacksonville; Katheryn
Pittman, Tampa; Kinney Pruitt,
Tallahassee; Eflfie Pirtchett, Lake Lakeland;
land; Lakeland; and others.
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon guest
list includes the following: An Annette
nette Annette White, Jacksonville; Alice
Harrison, Tallahassee; Dot Mor Morrison,
rison, Morrison, Sarsota; Virginia Turnbull,
Jacksonville; Lillian Coyne, Quit Quitman;
man; Quitman; Marion Quinn, Jacksonville;
Mrs. William Norwell, Jr., Lake Lakeland;
land; Lakeland; Lucy Armstrong, Savannah,
Ga.; Celeste Johnston, Ooral Gab Gables;
les; Gables; Harriet Wendell, Jacksonville;
Effie Pritchett, Lakeland; Isa Isabelle
belle Isabelle Warrington, Jacksonville;
Maggie Ragsdale, Jacksonville;
Louise Dorsey, Jacksonville; Cecil
Duncan, Deland; Elizabeth Walsh,
Jacksonville; Helen Baker, Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; Tipper Lowry, Talla Tallahassee;
hassee; Tallahassee; Dorothy McCranie, Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; Billy Hirsh, Miami; aKte
Jordan, Albany; Sarah McCord,)
Tampa; Dot Dennie, Miami; Ade- 1
laide Mahoney, Tampa; Nelli
Knight, Tallahassee; Harriet Bun j
Warren, Tampa; Louise Parra Parramore,
more, Parramore, Jacksonville; Mary Lou
Walker, Madison; and others.
The Sigma Nu guest list in includes
cludes includes the following: Spec God Godwin,
win, Godwin, Valdosta; Dorothy Yerxa,
Clearawter; Juliette Mahoney,
Tampa; Ann Moore, Jacksonville;
Virginia Jones, Valdosta; Mary
Lou Latimer, Tallahasfeee; Edith
Wilkerson, Tallahassee; Deiie Hall,
Tallahassee; Evelyn Holt, White
Springs; Lila Sinclair, Wauchula;
Dorothea Zoller, Bradenton, Ade Adelaide
laide Adelaide Mahoney, Tallahassee; Nancy
Evans, Jacksonville; Opal Earner,
ew Smyrna; Irene Cunningham,
New Smyrna; Sue Alderman,
Jacksonville; Elinor Miller, Key
West; Maria Lou Hutchins, Mc-
Menville, Tenn.; Elaine Perry,
Haines City; Rachel Burghard,
Tallahassee; Margaret Layton,
Gainesville; Mtary Gill, St. Peters Petersburg;
burg; Petersburg; Chet Mathis, Lake City;
Nancy Cotter, Tampa; Winston i
Hill and Frances DeVant, Wes Wesleyan
leyan Wesleyan College; Edith Fokes, i
Gainesville; and others. 1

woo. ga
m cash prizes
Announcement of the
$30,000 Coca-Cola prize
contest will appear in many
newspapers and in the fol following
lowing following magazines:
The Saturday Evening Post May 7
Literary Digest May 14
Colliers Weekly May 21
Liberty May 14
Life May 5
Watch this contest for the
next three months. College
men ought to win.
The Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta, Ga. I

Guests of Kappa Alpha 'rill be.
Angela Clark, Pensacola; Caroline
Bond, Jacksonville; Betty Love,
Lakeland; Rodney Layton, Gaines Gainesville;
ville; Gainesville; Sarah Howard, Orlando;
Kathleen Conant, Jacksonville;
Penelope Mills; Jacksonville; Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Leslie, Haines City; Marion
i Smith, Tallahassee; Wanda Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, Micanopjr; Shirley Bishop,
Gainesville; Lola Franklin, Orlan Orlando;
do; Orlando; Peggy Mangold, Orlando; Sid Sidney
ney Sidney Cullen; Ocala; Virginia Wade,
Tampa; Edith Winston, Gaines Gainesville;
ville; Gainesville; Mary Kincaid, Gainesville;
Chiv Smith, Ocala; Mae Holly,
Snford; Mildred Holly, Sanford;
Beth Baldwin, Jacksonville; Fran Frances
ces Frances Baker, Jacksonville; Juanita
Martin, Gainesville; Claire Murphy
Tallahassee; Martha Murphree,
Gainesville; Katherin Angel,
Gainesville; Alice Cullen, Ocala;
and others.
o
Wagner Feature of
Easter Organ Recital
The organ recital at the audi auditorium
torium auditorium this Sunday, Easter, will
be devoted to works by Richard
Wagner, the famous composer of
music-dramas. Claude Murphree,
organist, will be assisted in this
program by Miss Margaret Smith,
violincellist, and Prof. J. S. Bueno,
baritone. Students are requested
to note the change in huor, as re recitals
citals recitals from now on will begin
at 4 o'clock instead of 3:30. Here
is the Wagner program.
Prelude and Bridal Chorus, Act
111 of Lohengrin
Good Friday Music, from Par Parsifal
sifal Parsifal
Elizabeths Prayer, from Tann Tannhauser
hauser Tannhauser
Prelude, Scene 11, Das Rhein Rheingold
gold Rheingold
Cello Solo: Prize Song from
The Master SingersMiss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Smith.
Baritone Solo: The Evening
Star from Tannhauser Mr.
Bueno
Prelude to Lohengrin
Pilgrims Chorus from Tann Tannhauser
hauser Tannhauser
Love-Death from Tristram and
Isolde
The Ride of the Valkyries, from
Die Walkure.
o
Pi Kapps Plan Dance
For Easter Week-End
Earl Gresh and his Gangplank
orchestra from St. Petersburg will
play for a tea dance to be given
by the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity
at the Womens Club from 4 to
7 p. m. Friday, April 22. The Pi
Kapps are not haring a house
party this year but are instead
putting all their efforts into mak-j
ing this tea dance the' most dis- i
tinctive afternoon event of the j
April Frolics week-end.
Preparations are in charge of j
Jimmy Chambliss, chairman of
the social committee, and are |
already well under way.? Decora- j
tions will carry out the gold and
white color scheme of the frater-
nity.
o
Barraca Class Holds
Picnic at Wauberg
A large nuniiber of young people I
attended the joint picnic held at l
Lake Wauburg Saturday afternoon
under the auspices of the First
Presbyterian Baraca Class. Carl

I Price, president, and Miss Beth
Skinner, teacher, were m charge
, of the affair.
Boating on the lake, swimming,
and other diversions occupied the
time very pleasantly until the
signal was given for attack on the
eats. After the supper and a
few more activities, the group dis disbanded,
banded, disbanded, some coming back + o town
j and others staying to enjoy the
| combination of lake and moon moon!
! moon! light.
o
Friendship Club To
Continue Next Year
The meeting of the Florida
Freshman Friendship Council last
Thursday night was somewhat
interrupted by the counting of the
student election votes in the Y,
but some action was taken at the
meeting in regard to extension of
the clubs activities next year.
It has been decided to have a
sophomore organization next fall,
chiefly to aid the oncoming fresh freshman
man freshman club. Definite announcements
will be made later.
o
Extension Services
Held By 'Students
Under the direction of Jim Mer Merrin,
rin, Merrin, student pastor of the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church, various groups
of university students have been
holding extension services in the I
nearby towns during the past j
months. Laist Sunday night a
group headed by Vernon Steen
i spoke at Mclntosh on the general
subject W-A-T-C-H." The theme
was dividied up according to the
letters of the word watch itself,;
Cecil Dogers bringing out the j
watching of our words, Boarman
Bydr, that of our actions, Phil
Merrin, of our thoughts, Harold
Wahl, of our companions, and
Steen, of our hearts. A large au audience
dience audience was on hand at Mclntosh
and not only assured the speakers
of their cordial appreciation, but
gave them a hearty invitation to
return again.
The week preceding, a similar
group spoke at Reddick on
Friendship, Mr. Merrin acting
as leader. Others taking part
were Collier Ferell. Niles Bashaw,
Vernon Steen and Harold Wahl.
This trip was particularly enjoy enjoyable
able enjoyable because of the lrge basket
i of sandwiches and cake presented
|to the boys after the program.
The time ispent in returning to I
Gainesville seemed very short be because
cause because of the attractive picnic
lunch.
Mr. Merrin has been very act active
ive active in this extension work, and
the results attained have been
very pleasing to all concerned. Not
only have Reddick and Mclntosh I
been visited, but also Micanopy, j
i Kanapaha, Raleigh,- Raiford, and
; numerous other localities. The
j People in the various towns have
j turned out (surprisingly well to
i hear the boys, and the experience
; has proved beneficial for all con-
I cerned.

4 FRATS HOLD
HOUSE PARTIES
Many parties ana dances will
be crowded into the week end of
April 21, 22 and 23 when four
fraternities will hold house-par house-parties
ties house-parties and the Pirates and other
social organizations will give
dances- The festivities will be begin
gin begin with the formal dance to be
given by the LApache Club at
the Womans Club Thursday eve evening
ning evening the 21st. Music will be
furnished by J J. McCranies or orchestra.
chestra. orchestra.
On Friday morning the S. A.
E- fraternity will entertain at
their home with a dance. A
Florida Boom Party is being
planned by the Pikes for Friday
afternoon in which the Florida
Boom will be celebrated. The
guests will wear sport clothes.
Also on Friday afternoon the
Pi Kappa Phi fraternity will be
hosts at a dance in the Womans
Club, music by Earl Gresh and
his Columbia recording orches orchestra.
tra. orchestra.
The Pirates will hold their an annual
nual annual costume ball in the Woman's
Club Friday evening and at the
same time the Bacchus Club will
give a formal dance in the uni university
versity university gym.
The Sigma Nu and Kappa Al- j
pha fraternities will entertain
with pop dances at their homes
Saturday morning. The Phi
Delta Thetas are planning a
dance at the Womans Club for
Saturday afternoon- The Pi Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Alphas and their lady friends
will enjoy a Kids Party at the
Pike House Saturday afternoon.
The week's festivities will cul culminate
minate culminate in the formal ball to be
given by the Theta Ribbon So Society
ciety Society in the Womans Club Sat Saturday
urday Saturday evening.
o
Church Societies
Hold Annual Meet
The second annual convocation
of the young peoples' societies
of the various church of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville was held in the Y. M. C. A.
last Sunday evening- Angus Laird
presided at the meeting. Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Brothers was in charge of
the program, which was very in interesting.
teresting. interesting.

THE FLORIDA AUujGaTQR

Five Pledged By
Commerce Frat
Alpha Kappa I *Psi, honorary
| professional commercial fratemi fratemi,
, fratemi, ty has announced the pledging of
! "five men from the School of
i Business Administration. These
men are K. M. Hancock, Eldon
; Dickson. J. R- Graves, A. W.
! Smith, and Sam McCormick. In Initiation
itiation Initiation dates have been set ,for
Saturday, April 30.
j A line of activity which is be bej
j bej ing sponsored by the national or organization
ganization organization is being taken up by
the local chapter. This is the
gathering of vital statistics con concerning
cerning concerning the success of the av average
erage average business man both with
and without college education. A
complete survey of the commu commu
commu nity and the immediate surround surroundings
ings surroundings will be started in the near
future. Results of this survey
! which is being conducted on a
i nation wide basis will be publish published
ed published as soon as completed-
o
Glee Club Aspirants
To Attend Choir Meet
m m
Director John W. Deruyn, of
the glee club and chapel choir,
announces that all men who in intend
tend intend to try out for next years
glee club should attend the next
i two rehearsals of the chapel
! choir. Chapel choir rehearsals
are being held every Monday
evening at 7 oclock in the
chapel studio. At present the
chapel choir is busy rehearsing
for the Easter Sunday program
I that they will present in a
j church of some near by town.
o|
HAVANA TRACKMEN
GIVEN BANQUET
A banquet in honor of the
University of Havana track team
was given Saturday night at the
White House hotel by the Florida
athletic association, in which the
renewal of international relation relationship
ship relationship between the two schools
was the dominant theme.
Members of both teams, and
| athletic officials of the two
schools were in attendance and
listened with keen pleasure to
the addresses of Gapt. E- M.
Yon, director of athletics at
Florida: James H. Kendiigan, hol holder
der holder of the same post at Havana;
Major A. C. Tipton, commandant
of the R. O. T; C. unit, and oth others.
ers. others.
Mortar and Pestle
j To Meet April 18
The Mortar and Pestle society j
will hold its regular meeting in
the chemistry lecture room in
scienece hall next Monday night, j
April 18.
A special program is being ar arranged
ranged arranged and Dr. F. J- Bacon of
the Pharmacognosy department
; will give a lecture entitled The
Cultivation of Medical Plants.
The lecture will be illustrated
with slides.
All members of the faculty,
students and friends of the so society
ciety society are cordially invited to be
present. Smokes, will be furn furnished.
ished. furnished.
o h
President Murphree j
Attends Board Meet
President A- A. Murphree of
the University of Florida, at attended
tended attended the meeting of the State
Board of Control, held in St.
Augustine, during the past week.
o
Bradens Serenaders
To Play at Springs
Banjo Bradens Collegiate
Serenaders have made arrange arrangements
ments arrangements to play at the Thursday
night dances held at Poe Springs
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Memphis, Term., (IP) What is
- expected to become an annual
tradition was inaugurated at
. Southwestern college here on April
Fools eve, when the entire col colj
j colj lege of men and womn turnd out
1 to celebrate the day.
The festivities began with a
' nightshirt parade through '.He
business section of Memphis, in
1 which practically the entire col-
L lege participated.
After the parade the students
adjourned to the college gymua
ium where a man and co-ed were
r | crowned King and Queen of All
1 Fools Day.
Freshman of the college had
been busy for days getting read>
a huge bonfire for the final events
of the evening. Wood' was gather- j
ed from stores throughout the j
city, and one woman citizen even J
donated some extra traes to the j
' pile. A fire engine was on hand to j
see that the blaze did not get ;
too big, and to douse the stu students
dents students should they become too en en;
;( en; thu&iastic.
The first official celebration of
All Fools Day having been a suc success,
cess, success, the Student Council has de declared
clared declared it an annual and traditional
affair.
Princeton, N. J.(IP) A group
week presented Shakespearela
of Princeton undergraduates last
Hamlet exactly as it was writ written
ten written by the Elizabeth dramatist.
This is said to be first time that
the play has been given in this
country with no alterations of the
lines. The play" lasted three and
one half horn's.
St. Bona Venture, N. Y.(lP'
The offices of the St. Bona Ven Venture,
ture, Venture, undergraduate publication of
the St. Bonaventure college, were
destroyed last week, when Mack
House, one of the three college
buildings, burned to the ground.
I Fifteen students of a faculty
member lost all of their belong belongings
ings belongings in the blaze which did dam damage
age damage to the extent of $12,000.
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Cambridge, Mass., (IP) A com combined
bined combined Harvard and Yale golf team
is planning to make a tour of
; Great Britain next summer, where
they will meet Cambridge and Ox Oxj
j Oxj ford.
New Haven, Conn. (IP) Steps
j to limit the expansion o£ the uni-
I versity are being taken by Yale
i which, according to President
j James R. Angell, places Yale first
in the policy of selective limita limitation
tion limitation of students.
In his annual report, the presi president
dent president said, Yale has been un unwilling
willing unwilling to accept the responsibility
for indefinite expansion, and has
j committed herself to trying to i
give a limited number of students
the best educational opportunities
she can devise.
Shawnee, Okla.(lP)Authori Okla.(lP)Authorities
ties Okla.(lP)Authorities have suppressed the Bison, un under-graduate
der-graduate under-graduate publication of Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma Baptist university, because
the paper contained an editorial
attacking the administration pol policy
icy policy of ousting three faculty menv
bers for teaching evolution, and
asked for the reinstatement of the
dismissed professors.
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florid a Needs a Swim Swimjung
jung Swimjung Pol to Develop
H* te Talent in the
1 pastime- When will we
ret it? I
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High School Cinder Path Classic Ends Today

| Teams Compete
yfn 9 27 Track And j
I Afield Tournament
Lklestein and Newcome
to Be Outstand Outstandjip
jip Outstandjip Stars of Meet.
By C. T. Parsons
fiih more than the half of the
imakers in the track events
8192 G high school meet again
ijed to cavort on Murphree
Kfcthe Seventh Annual Flor Florfjjigh
fjjigh Florfjjigh School Track and Field
and today, expec expecjp
jp expecjp are that the annual cinder
this year will be the
jest fought in Florida high
pol annals.
(fen ty-two teams from all sec sec|of
|of sec|of Florida had filed entries
fcthe University athletic office
to the dead line on April 9;
rare as follows: Lemon City,
jtona Beach, Ft. White, Pen Pen*
* Pen* Leesburg, St. Augustine,
jndo, Dania, Duval. Jackson-
Eau Gallie, DeLand, Ft.
jferdale. St. Cloud, Vero Beach,
jihassee, Hillsborougr f Tampa)
uni. Ff. Myers, Plant City,
lia, and West Palm Beach. No
son could be given for the
lore of such schools as St.
BSburg and Lakeland to enter
meet.
Saklestcin of Duval and New Newts
ts Newts of Ocaia are the outstand outstanding
ing outstanding of the meet, while Gorm Gormo£
o£ Gormo£ Duval is expected to break
[running board jump record
in 1919 by Sollee of Duval.
b and Earnest Tyson of St.
id and Lawrence Reason of
ia are (being heralded as sen senms
ms senms in the sprints, and Chit Chitbn
bn Chitbn of Tallahassee is being
ed dangerous contender in
fcitfdle races. Rice of Orlando
the only, tried distance man
iis known to have been en end.
d. end. Duval should easily take
880 yard relay with the record
king team of Bryson, Kinkle Kinklet,
t, Kinklet, Brownette and Gormley.
Jdiminaries started at 2:15
L Friday; semi-finals will be
toss this morning and the
Ipionshjp events will take
Hi this afternoofi.
[p/VGES MADE US
mtKETBALL RULES
M)R COMING YEAR
tic Alterations Elimin Elimine
e Elimine Drihble; Whistle to
I Chirp Less.
will be quite a dis-
next season with the
of the dribble to one
the joint basketball
pomrnittee in their annual
ion held in New York City
seek. Heretofore the nuTii-
H| bounds had been unlimited.
change was taken
Hpnina te roughness and to
team play,' members
Hot committee stated statedalso
also statedalso ruled that in the
out shall be taken
fouls. This new ruling
the time of actual
of a game from three to five
tesji according to 51 r. Oswald
-editor of the Official
Npmmittee on rules is com comKef
Kef comKef representatives of the
Collegiate Association,
ff'M- C. A., and the A. A.
J* Slops First i
|('Game Os Baseball
JjM|first game of the intra-
MpMebal) season the Alpha
% and Sigma Lam do Taus
Hjfour innings when called
of rain. They will
at a later date. The
defeated the Delta
the second game in a
Bp affair. The score being
Champ
I Awards Arrive
for members
IS** B !'- championship Duval
V silver basketballs for
L*HP*k n d Dreadnaughts, the
I jKjftP in the recent state
I Mpt held at the Univer..
have arrived at
BBHUthh-tn- office and will
to their owners
taEH'flext few days, accord-
Everett M. Yon.
Bui; f athletics. Presenta-
HKg|^t e state high school
to the Tigers will
at the same time.

SPORTING NEWS

Gtaor Trackmen
Defeat Havana
Saturday, 74-50
I Florida Men Make Good
Showing; P. Barrientos
Runs 100 in 9.9 Seconds.
The Gator track team triumph triumphed
ed triumphed over the fast aggregation from
the University of Havana last
Saturday afternoon to the tune
of <4-50. The Gators presented
a well balanced team which is
well on its way to southern prom prominence
inence prominence through the tireless ef efforts
forts efforts of Coach Chigger Brown.
The Florida team was strong
in every event thoug-h the out outstanding
standing outstanding man for the Gators was
Captain Henry Camp- However,
the sensation of th the- running of P. Barrientos of
Havanna, w r ho clipped off the
100 yard dash in the remarkable
tiem of 9.9 seconds after being
set back one yard. He is with without
out without a doubt the fastest man ever
to be seen on this track and his
great achievements drew much
applause from the crowded
stand.
Captain Camp was high point
man for the Gators and also of
the meet with 23 points. P. Bar Barrientos
rientos Barrientos with the sum
of 10-
The Results
100 yard dash*P. Barrientos,
Havanna, A. Barrientos, Havan Havanna,
na, Havanna, Smith, Florida. Time 9.9.
120 yard high hurdlesCamp,
Florida; Davidson, Florida. Time
15-9.
Mile runAkerman, Florida;
Edwards, Florida; Ochoa, Havan Havanna.
na. Havanna. Time 4:57.6.
440 Yard dashTrogden, Flor Florida;
ida; Florida; Mahannah, Florida; S. Bar Barrientos,
rientos, Barrientos, Havanna. Time 54.1-
220 Yard Iow r hurdlesCamp,
Florida; Fuenteferria, Havanna,
Davidson, Florida. Time 26 flat.
880 Yard runErwin, Florida;
Hurlebaus, Florida; Ochoa, Ha Havana.
vana. Havana. Time 2:10.2-
220 Yard dashP. Barrientos,
Havana; Camp, Florida; A. Bar Barrientos,
rientos, Barrientos, Havana. Time 22.4-
Pole vaultTobia, Havana;
Lawrence, Florida; Munger, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Height 11 feet.
High jumpCamp, Florida;
Macias, Havana;, Lanso, Havana.
Heig'ht 5 ft. 7 in-
Shot putMendizobol, Hvana;
Middlekauf, Florida; Ziebe, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Distance 41 ftt. 2 in.
DiscusZiebe, Florida; Middle Middlekauf.
kauf. Middlekauf. Florida; Mendizobol, Ha Havana.
vana. Havana. Distance 118 ft. 8-5 in.
JaVelini Bishop. Florida; Villel Villellio,
lio, Villellio, Havana; Tabeo, Havana. Dis Distance
tance Distance 157 ft. 11 in.
Broad j jumpCamp, Florida;
Macias, Havana; Smith, Florida.
Distance 21 ft- 4 in.
Half mile relayHavana (A.
Barrientos. S. Barrientos and
Fuentefria); Florida (Smith,
Hurlebaus, Mahannah and Trog Trogden).
den). Trogden). Time 1:36.8.
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SPORTS WRITERS'
MAY SPONSOR A
NEW BOXING BILL
To Better Pugilistic Exhi Exhibit
bit Exhibit ions in State, Au Author
thor Author Says.
j A proposed boxing bill will be
brought before Theh convention
of sports writers, April 15-16, at
Gainesville, weher the convention
is being sponsored by the journal journalism
ism journalism department and Sport \V rit riters
ers riters club of the university
Don Morris sports writer for
the Palm Beach Times, West
Palm Beach, has submitted the
bill by mail to the secretary of
the convention and desires that
the bill be put before the sports
writers for their approval or dis disapproval.
approval. disapproval. He states that the bill
was drawn up with the idea of
bettering boxing exhibitions in
the state. The original drafters
of the bill were: Harry Culley
and Sam Ellis, both of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville papers a* the time it was
drafted ip 1924. The same year
the bil 3 was presented t the
American Legion convention that
was held in St. Petersburg There
it met* with the approval of the
convention but was dropped and
no action -was taken after the
convention.
When the convention of sports
writers meets here during the
Florida state high school track
meet, it is hoped by Don Morris

*****~~ J ; J J 7?
# |
RECORDS
. J Jt
J'LOKIDA STATE HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND FIELD
CHAMPIONSHIPS
, 120 yard high Ocala, 16.8.
* One mile run Carter, St. Lucie, 4 min. 50.9 sec.
100 yard dash ( ...Newcome, Ocala, 10-1 sec.
* 44 0 yard dash ...Vickery, Gainesville, 53.8 sec.
* yard low hurdles . Newcome, Ocala, 26 sec.
* 880 yard run ..Hardin, Lakeland, 2 min. 5.7 sec.
a- 220 yard dash Newcome Ocala, 23 sec-
~ Sprint medley re1ay....4 man team, Gainesville, 2 min.
. 15.7 seconds.
Half mile relay 4 man team, Duval, 1 min. 37.4 sec.
, one mi le relay 4 man team, Lakeland, 3 min- 45.8
1 seconds.
i I>ole vault... Bryan, Ft. Lauderdale, 11 ft. 4 1-2
! ; inches. v
.!* Discus Dinkins, Dunnellon, 107 ft. 10 in-
j Running high jump .. .McDowell, -Gainesville, 5 ft. 9 1-2 in.
j
.j* Rupnning broad jump. .Sollee, Duval, 21 ft. 3 3-4 in.
tj Shot put Dinkins, Dunnellon, 45 ft- 10 12 in.
. ~ Javelin .Ross, St. Petersburg, 145 ft. 6 in.
*
- * * * * sfc sjc jj:

BASEBALL TEAM RETURNS;
SOUTHERN TRIP A SUCCESS

j j
Gator Swimming j
Squad Defeated |
By Georgia Tech
Techs Men Easily Win and
Pile Up Points; Final Score
s(> to 15.
The Tech swimmers clearly out outclassed
classed outclassed all the Gator men, with
the exception of Buhner, who
took the Gators two first places
in the 50 yard free style and the
100 yard free style swims. Hille Hilleman
man Hilleman starred for Tech by winning
the 440 yard free style and the
220 yard free style.
Summary of the Events and
. Winners
>0 yard free styleBuhner
(Florida) first; Nam moils (Flor (Florida)
ida) (Florida) second; McK instry (Tech)
third- Time 26:3.
440 yard free styleHilleman
(Tech) first; Simpson (Tech)
second; Morgan (Florida) third
Time 5:44 2-10,
21 ; yard free styleHilleman
(Tech) first; Wardlow (Tech)
second; ohnson (Florida) third.!
rime 2:31 8-10.
Fancy diving Merry (Tech)
first; Harris (Florida) second;
Keegel (Florida) third.
100 yard backstroke Fort
Tech) first; MeCutheheon (Tech)
-second; Sias (Florida) third
Time 1:17 6-10-
:tOO yard breast stroke Harris
(Tech) first; Young (Tech) sec second;
ond; second; Sias (Florida) third. Time
2:58 2-10.
100 yard free styleBuhner
(Florida) first; Me Kins try (Tech)
second: Wardlow, (Tech) third.
Time 1:8.
200 yard relayTech (Bruce
Nerrill, Wardlow and McKinstry)
first; Florida (Nimmons, Keegel,
Johnson and Buhner) second.
Time 1:48 1-10.
o k
Hi School Coaches
Meet Here Today
Plans for effecting a closer
organization of Florida high
school coaches will be carried out
when the state mentors gather
here for the seventh annual track
and field meet on April .15 and
16, according to J- R. Boyd, Jr.,
graduate manager of the univer university.
sity. university.
Closer cooperation between the
coaches and the state athletic
association and closer relations
between the coaches and the* uni university
versity university itself is one of the ims
being held for the meting of
coaehs.
that the bill will be passed, if
the bill meets with the conven conventions
tions conventions approval, :it will be carried
before teh state legislature.

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

Gator Ball Tossers Play Well
Defeat Crimson Tide
10-0.
m
Floridas bal ltossers returned
home after a successful road
jaunt, meeting five of the best
teams in the south. The Gators
played excellent ball and only on
few occasions did they weaken
in the pinches.
The first game was played
against the Ft. Benning outfit
and the Gators were defeated.
In the second game of this double doubleheader
header doubleheader they took the soldiers
into camp by theh score of 8-0-
Travelling on the Auburn they
inet the Plainsmen and were de defeated
feated defeated in the first days conflict.
Auburn had a strong team but
theh second game was purely a
Florida battle and the Plains Plainsmen
men Plainsmen were found on the short
end of the score.
Hopping off the tarin at Tus Tuscaloosa,
caloosa, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, they faced the
Crimson Tide; a game proving
to be as disastrous as the grid
battle in Crampton Bowl last
fall. The Tide received a 16-0
were never beaten and and when
verdict. But the Florida heroes
they took to the diamond the next
i day they had every ounce of Ga Gator
tor Gator spirit in them. They played
steady ball until the end and
when the ninth inning was over
the Gators had the tgame on ice
by the score of 10-1. This was
the greatest victory of the trip
and the news was of the much
welcomed sort in Gatorland-
Vanderbilt proved to be the
next opponent and Florida was
victorious i nthe first conflict
by the score of 5-0. The second
game was halted in the fourth
frame on account of rain; the
two teams being in a 0-0 dead deadlock.
lock. deadlock. The Florida boys ended
their trip with two losses to
the Birmingham-Southern nine in
a doubleheader.
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Gators To Meet
Sewanee Track
Team April 23
J
Sewanee*s track team will be
match against the track men of
the University of Florida in a
dual meet to be held in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville April 23. Both schools
have strong teams that are show showing
ing showing up well in the Southern Con Conference.
ference. Conference. Sewanee will be seeking
vengeance from the defeat ad administered
ministered administered to them last year by
the Gators in a similar meet.
o
Congressman W. S. Sears, noted
congressman who is known thru thruout
out thruout the entire state, will speak
in Chapel Tuesday, April 19- Mr.
Sears ha san important message
to deliver to the students.

! OGLETREE-B4BY
GATOR GAME W ILL
RE PLAYED HERE
Armistice Day Contest Is!
Changed From Orlando;
5 Games Listed.
Gainesville will be the scene
of the grid battle between the
Baby Gators and Oglethorpe
freshmen on November 11, instead
of Orlando, as was previously
announced. This* means that the
Florida first year men will play
two of their 1927 games on home
ground. Hopes are high in the
Gator camp for another fresh freshman
man freshman championship team with the
strong material in prospectr for
next year-
The freshman schedule includes
theh following games:
October B.Auburn at Jacksond Jacksondville.
ville. Jacksondville.
October 22.Georgia Tech at
Jacksonville.
November 11.Oglethorpe at
Gainesville.
November 19 South Carolina
at Gainesville.
November 26.Georgia (Tenta (Tentative).
tive). (Tentative).
o
t++++ + + + 4
: sportorals :i
* by +
* BILL BOND +
The University of Floridas
baseball team returned to Gator Gatorland
land Gatorland after what may be termed a
successful road trip. The Gators
fought hard and after days of
tiresome railroad journeys they
came through with the goods at
the correct time. After a trounc trouncing
ing trouncing defeat at the hands of Ala Alabama
bama Alabama by the overwhelming score
of 16-0; they tprned the tables
and brought forth nearly as slash slashing
ing slashing a victory over the Crimson

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Tide as was administered to them.
The Tide went down under a 10-1
Florida verdict. Completing their
road jaunt against Birmingham
Southern, Florida received her
first two straight defeats at the
hands of a single opponent; but
| only after a weeks consistent
j playing and covering hundreds cf
miles of territory. What more
could l)e expected of any ball
club and may every student of the
University take off their hats to
these Gator heroes of the diamond.
The Thirteenth Annual Florida
State Track and Field Meet is
being held on Fleming Field this
afternoon and it is the duty of
every true Florida man to do all
in his power to make the high
school athletes and supporters
spend a nw>st pleasant week-end.
Welcome! High School trackmen
and rooterts. It is indeed a pleas pleasure
ure pleasure for us to have you with us
for another short visit and we
hope that you are enjoying your yourselves.
selves. yourselves. This is your University
as much as it is ours and we an anticipate
ticipate anticipate the day that you will all
let the doors of Florida open to
you. It will be a happy day in
, the college life in our state when
all Florida sons go to the Univer University
sity University of their native state and give
their ability where it belongs ard
| bring fame to your own home and
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'Land Behind Your Ball
Team Until the last
?ame is played. They
ire deserving of your
oyal support.

not to that of others.
Though the Swimming team met
a crushing defeat iat the hands of
the Golden Toronado Mermen they
struggled bravely against great
odds and won the praise of the
spectators. The Florida swimmers
were truely handicapped because
of lack of sufficient practice. But
soon the day may come iiji the
history of Florida athletics I when
we can train the men that \ye
have enrolled in the University.
This is how bad we need a swim swimming
ming swimming pool! All due credit should
be given Billy, Buhner, star Flor Florida
ida Florida sprinter, who coppedi first
honors in the only two event's
which he entered. Buhner is in indeed
deed indeed an excellent ferpormer and
he could bring much fame to
Gatorland if we only had a swim swimming
ming swimming pool.
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PAGE FIVE



- Final Examination Schedule
f Spring Term

The period will begin May 21,1
at 1:30 and will end at 11:301
Mtfy 28. No examinations shall
be_ given prior to the beginning
of the period, and al must be
given by the end of the period
except as j hereinafter noted.
Classes will continue until noon
May 20. All seniors take their
examinations one week in ad advahjfce
vahjfce advahjfce of this schedule:
s*ch day will be divided into
two periods. Period 1 will be
from 8:30 to 11:30. Period II
will be from 1:30 to 4:30.
Calendar
May 21Saturday
May 23Monday
May 24Tuesday
May 25Wednesday
May 26 Thursday
May 27Friday
. May 28 Saturday
Part 1. Assembly examina examinations
tions examinations (Takes precedence over Part
II). kTU
All section of Bus. Ad. 104 will
All sections of Bus. Ad. 211
meet May 21, Period 11.
will meet May 21, Period I.
All sections of. Chem. 102 will
meet May 26, Period I.
All sections of Des. Geom. 102
will meet May 24, Period I.

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in cash prizes i p e i icious and
Announcement of the
$30,000 Coca-Cola prize
contest will appear in many
newspapers and in the fol following
lowing following magazines:
The Saturday Evening Post.... May 7
Literary Digest May 14
Colliers Weekly May 21
Liberty May 14
Life May 5
Watch this contest for the
next three months* College
men ought to win.
The Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta. Ga.
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f All sections of Eng. 102 will
! meet May 28, Period I.
All sections of Eng. 104 will
meet May 26, Period I.
All sections of Eeon. 102 will
meet May 27, Period I.
All sections of French 22, 102,
021, will meet May 25, Period I.
All sections of Math. 085, 0101,
102, will meet May 24, Period I.
All sections of Spanish 021, 22,
102, will meet May 25, Period I.
All sections of M. S. will meet
at the time designated by the
P. M. S. and T. prior to the
regular examination period.
Part llClasses Not Cared For
In Part I
All 0 oclock Monday classes
will meet May 25, Period 11.
All 10 oclock Monday classes
will meet May 27, Period 11,
All 11 oclock Monday classes
will meet May 23, Period 11.
All 1 oclock Monday classes
will meet May 21, Period 11.
All 8 oclock Tuesday classes
will meet May 24, Period 11.
All 9 oclock Tuesday classes
will meet May 26, Period 11.
All 11 oclock Tuesday classes j
will meet May 23, Period I.
All 1 oclock Tuesday classes
will meet May 27, Period 11.

Students who finds conflict in! i
the above schedule should notify j
the instructor concerned at the i
earliest moment so thata rrange- i
ments can be made for special j
examinations. Any not so doing
need not expect special considera consideration.
tion. consideration.
Instructors who are compelled
to arrange a time for examina examinaj
j examinaj tions for courses that have no
time specified above are not al allowed
lowed allowed to conflict with the above
schedule. If a time cannot be
found to give the examinations
the matter should be taken up
with the schedule committee at
once.
o
SBO,OOO In Hogs
Sold At Trenton
Past Season
Figures Compiled By Local Live Livestock
stock Livestock Broker Indicates Great
Importance of Sw ino Industry
to This Section
(From Gilchrist County News)
According to figures compiled
by Mr- J. B. Stockman, local
livestock broker, approximately
SBO,OOO in cash was paid out at
this market for hogs during the
season just closing. This figure
is just for Trenton, exclusive of
hogs loaded at Chiefland and
Mayo by Mr. Stockman. He gives
$139,000 as his gross disburs disbursments
ments disbursments for hogs loaded at Trenton
in this county, Chiefland in Levy
county, and Mayo in Lafayette
county. Approximately $9,000 of
this amount was paid out at
Mayo, $50,000 at Chiefland and
the remaining SBO,OOO at Trenton.
A total of 102 cars were shipped
from the three places, averaging
nearly SI4OO to the car.
Mr- Stockman handles practi practically
cally practically the entire output at Trenton
and the figures given by him are
indicative of the net value of the
swine industry to this section.
He said that his figure did not
cover the county as a whole as
several carloads were loaded at
Bell by other parties and that
practically the entire production
in the upper end of the county
was marketed at Ft. White in
Columbia county. He estimates
$125,000 as a conservative figure
for the proceeds from the sale
of hags raised over the entire
county.
Mr. Stockman said that the
past seasons business brought
in more money than the previous
season,, although not so many
hogs were loaded. This as a re result
sult result of better prices- He predict predicted
ed predicted that the coming season would
find the market in good condition.
He also said that he had stopped
loading until late summer al-
I though* he had a recent order
for pigs from 40 to 75 pounds,
such that he could pay 10 cents
for them. Mr. Stockman did not
attempt to load the car, feeling
that pigs of this size would
bring* more to the community if
held and marketed in late sum summer.
mer. summer.
Citizens Meeting
In Interest Os
Road Legislation
(From Gilchrist County News)
At a citizens meeting last
Saturday night, called at the
court 'house but transferred to
the Baptist church building, Rep Representative
resentative Representative E. P. Turner attempt attempted
ed attempted to learn the wishes of the
people to put road 14 on the
preferential list at this ti me
The meeting was well attended
by citizens from Bell, Donnie,
Osceola, Willeford and Trenton,
Trenton citizens predominant in
number as a result of conveni convenience.
ence. convenience. A great interest was mani manifest
fest manifest throughout the meeting and
discussion at times grew very
among those present favored,
nevertheless, that it he put on
the preferential list as early as
possible. There were two groups,
one that would accept the road
IF YOU ARE A
MAN
worthy of the name and not
afraid to work now, or dur during
ing during your summer vacation,
Ill bet you SSO that you
cant work for us 30 days
and earn less than S2OO.
Think Im bluffing? Then
j answer this ad and show me
up. Openings for managers.
The Wonder Box sells on
sight,
TO WALKE R
Dept. 92 . Pittsburgh, Pa.

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

arly from Bell and Donnie, di*-.,
favored the idea of entering the
road on the preferential list
until the state road department
had definitely decided to bring
the road along the courae of Die
established highway, north of
the railroad.
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CONTRACT, Assistant Pro Professor
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CONSTITUTIONAL LAW I,
f Professor Powell of the
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All iator For a Greater Florida UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, APRIL 16, 1927 Number 27 traders Are, SOUTH AMERICA AND BRAZIL Hole After BUENO'S SUBJECT IN CHAPEL ~soviie Trip hiation Loses Money In ftformancw, Defict of $118. L -interview this week Kline m, auditor of the university, that the Masqueraders, tic organization, had "shot iast wad." After the disasj performances at Gaines. Tallahassee and Jackson. the deficit, with incomplete rts from the Jacksonville amouns to a grand totql of $5. The performance in ville netted $114; the one ELahassee $288.17, including hO percent given to the class for snonnorinc th I Stressing the need for cooperation between the two largest republics in the western hernis. phere, Prof. J. S. Bueno, addressed the students of the university at the Thursday chapel exercises, on South America, with special refernec to Brazil, his native country. Professor Bueno pointed out that Brazil was one of the most neglected countries in the world todayHe said that Americans usually think of Brazil in terms of coffee, heat, and languor. Stastistics that he quoted point.! out that every coe.ptie wa erroneous; Brazil does a large trade in many things besides VZ1%Z lupunuring'oe coffee, has temperatwlea of freezthus making a total net of ing as well as excessive -heat, and 7. The expenses and gcihas a record of progress since s were $518.12, making a 1822, when it became independent e failure of theh show in the of Portugal, that equals the a towns outside of the uniUnited States of Aiperica. y tonswtside ofthe in The National City Bank of New section was accounted i Yor Ik. has stated, Professor Bue. to a nincomplete a dvertising ign and the failure in uo said, thit Brazil could support e population of 1,350,000,000, ville to the lack of spirit a pplto f1300000 g the students in supporting which it is estimated will have at its present rate of growth own organization. Mr. Ghra1wti th( next century or two. lamented the fact that the, within traders would not be able In about 4 Oyears its mileage in continue next year as bhey railways has increased from nine a much needed part of the *rsity. He also stated t0w w Fosters *Buchanan was g dung to have dramaie club put on a play g commencement wekk in an R ort to recuperate the losses I the, Masquerader-. there are A p nki other plans afoot to do the thing-n an effort to keep down the Student Representative Amka penises of the show this year Investigation of Universnty item of expense were kept and State College Needs. to a minimum, even the for the Jacksonville trip g furnished by the Rotary Representative Clay Li*wis of Kiwanis clubs. But even with W ewahitchka, university student, .the expenses more than introduced a resolution into the anced the receipts ad house at Tuesday s session of the the Masqueraders deep into legislature, seeking surveys of hole in money matters. There conditions at the University of been no complete report turnFlorida and at the Florida State in as to the receipts from the College for Women. The, resolu-. ksonville performance, but the tion, calling for appointment of I ticket sale oily netted committees t49make recommen.25 and of this the Temple dationo ofr increased appropria$62.87 thus received would tions was contrary to the report tre received 50 percent, and of Governor Martin in his recent Ordly cover the c'jst of advermessage that the present budget ing and other expenses. for state educational institutiont; 0-was sufficient. The resolution student Officers To was defeated. Representatives Lewis and MeBe Installed May 3 Kenzie. Leesburg, introduced a bill seeking ot appropriate $200, Student body officers elected 000 for new buildings, purchasing the election April 7 will be of new equipment and employsUgurated during chapel hour, ment of additional professors for SMav 3. This will etnable+i, -i., l n f the universitY. LaU., 11&y 0. "I NL VMYVthel aw scno oi Lo to take office at the reguA bill to appropriate $25,000 P meeting of the Executive for plant and soil experimentancil and Honor Court. Wedtion work throughout the state, ,*ay night, May 4undertaken by the University of t this inauguration the newly Florida agricultural experiment officers will be given the station in line with Burbank of office and presented with methods, was presented by Repreparaphanalia of office. sentative McKenzie. hes wil be made by Hanson ----------o tkham, retiring president, and Farr Lit To Hold k Bud Mizell. president-elect. Rnal Banquet Of P. D. P. April 13 Its annual Banquet FanLiterary Society will hold ing. April 18, at 10 o'clock at the :4-uenmit Monday evenand half miles to nearly 40,000 miles; in a century its population has increased tenfold.' Brazil was one of the first countries to fully recognize the United States as a nation, and has always shown the utmost willingnes sto cooperate with its northern neighbor, the speaker said. Professor Bueno deplored the attitude taken by a few South Americans, distrusting "Yankee" expansion, and seeing nothing but harm in the extension of trade between the two countries. This does not represent the feelings of the majority of South Americans, the students were assuredThe speaker concluded by pleading for a thorough study of South American conditions by all students, as South America, and Brazil, its largest republic, is coming to the forefront in world industry and international relations. Professor Bueno is extremely competent to speak on Brazil, as he has made several trips to his home there recently, has, studied trade conditions in that country and this, and has also mad* a special stily of relations between the two countries. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL WILL NOT HOLD ITS BANQUET THIS YEAR Largest Requisition Granted Was for $406, to Debating Council. Moving that Chili Clough be instructed that the council had sponsored a dance on Homecoming Day, November 6, 1926, for the benefit of the University Band and for the Masqueraders with the intention that these two organizations were to receive a 50-50 split of all profits and that Chili Clough should make immediate and adequate account of the $253, which was the Masqueraders share, to Auditor Kline Graham, the Executive Council signified its intention to aid the Masqueraders in their financial muddle. According to Spic Stanley, who had been in charge of the dance, it had been the original plan of the Executive Council to sponsor the dance for the sole benefit of the band in order that this organization might secure uniforms. It was learned, however, that Chili Clough had already secured this date for a dance to benefit the Masqueraders. Clough,according to Stanley, went to Stanley and asked that the two dances be combined and that a 50-50 split of the profits be given to each organization. Stanley agreed to this plan and the dance was held under this understandingClough now states that the dance he had arranged for with Judge Cockrell was a private enterprise and that the name of the Masqueraders was to be used only as advertising, material with this organization receiving one half of the resulting profits. its annual anq derstanding he had with Stanley ,*has been announced by John White House hotel. The debater He further states that the unn, clerk of the Cockrell Inn in the FloridaeLouisianna contest was to the effect ththatthe band Delta Phi. honorary legal a nd th-de s. wilb oo hould receive one half of the ity, that this organization -LeSS of theh society. profit re nec halfn of the give its annual banquet The( following program will be profits of the combined dance y evening. April 18, at the rendered with Prof. C. A. Robert. while the Masquerader,, and he ose Grill. This will be the son acting as toastmaster: split the remaining half on a 50I of many activities put on by Welcome by Raymond Brothe,'artt fraternity this yearpresident of the society. The repot of tie committee probably the feature of the Short address by Dr. J. M. of0thenExecutivethouncil shich ram,~will be the election of ofFarr. founder of the society, and that $615 was taken in at the Otr for the ensuing year. How-iddress by Dr. H. 0. Enwall. dance, of which $109 was expens*, other short talks have been Talk on debating at Florida by esn The resulting $506 was di44ged, so that this should be Ralph Merritt of the debating he eultg t50 was-i of the most successful ban1 council. queraders and the band. Half of ever experienced by this An orchestra will furnish music thisahum, $253. was turned over .%kization. for the banquetto Chili Clough that he might give it to the Masqueraders. He LOCALFRA TERNI HAS'said, according to Stanley, "Well, this will help the Masqueraders BEEN FORMED AT FLORIDA U. agreat deal in getting off on Mr. Graham declared to the Executive Council that to the A.I I-f Anno4,cement \% ;inma--1.4 "It is an organization," ayF S of the formui:In of : new Professor Bueno, "such is Flor N fraternity at the um -:ida has long needed, but fir *Own as the .Xlphia OmeA frasome unknown reason, or lack 4ty. The is composed of leadership has neglected formtin-American students .wl, ing." Unce that th(--ir tha lorThe fraternity expects is to promote the cau, > i 3it Latin-Anrican studentat ng "bi-lingal' stu ient. to *,be -un'versity, princpallr throu t te university. wholarships. -C.Operati e best of his knowledge none 01 this money had been turned over; to the Masqueraders.t University Visited By Palatka StudentsI Students from Palatka highh -t school visited the university with'g Blue Gatr Will Weaver Attends INSPECTION ENDS Executive Council Architects' Meet WITH CHANCE FOR Appe Tueday;D. C. RATING AGAINi A i d s Masqueraci Appear Tuesday; Mr. Rudolph Weaver. architect .R TN G IA aS e a rtheStteBoard of Contrl'R. 0.T. C.BattainCon e s Fn n ia a Staf Anoucedleft for Tampa Thursday, where R es Financial Way he will attend an informal meetWork Above Averagn; First Issue to Be "House A of the American Institute of Disagreement is Found Over Party" Edition; List of Architects Mr.Weaver is presThe final juspection of the Dance Held Last IomeEditors Named. ident of this institute. University of Florida R. 0. T coming Day. __sAt this meeting plans will be C. Batallion included dress parade,Blue Gator, the university's di.cused for the convion whhreviewing (f close and extended Granting requisitions to the new comis publication, makes its ll be held Gaesville at the order drill, tent pitching and amount of $708-71 and deciding first appearance on the campus university on Thursday, Acpril 21. alisthenics aside from the examnot to hold the annual Executive Tuesday. This issue of the huOn this same ate, the Florida tion of classes in military tCouncil banquet, the Executive morous publication has been la-wi mtteA ti er. A t e ienc which came in the afterCouncil hel dits regular meeting bored on for the past three i e.noon. It has been announced by in the law building Wednesday months by a number of the best the officers stationed at the Uninight. literary me non the campus-( giee versity that the tent pitching, The requisitions granted were: This will be the House Party Close order drill, and calishenics Benton Engineering Society, $35; number, but it will cover the To Sing In Mami were very satisfactory to the inJohn Marshall Debating Society, whole year's activities on the specting officers. However, the $23.60; Oheck Committee, $8.35; campus. Negotiations have been comextended order drill and class Debating Council, $406; Special Dean Boggs, '28, editor-inpleted between the manager of room work did not c6me up to Fund (election expenses) $33.35, chief of the Blue Gator, anthe Capitol theatre at Miami and the mark set by the other parts and $235.76 for expenses of the nounces the following men on his Nat Williams, jazz artist of the of the inspection. Even these delegates to the Southern Federstaff: Associate editors--Hardin Florid campus, to bring Florida's were very good and probably on ation of College Students. Branch, '28, Jack Thompson, '28, Collegiate Quartet to that city, r. above the average. The $406 granted the Debating Chester Ferguson, '29; art editon April 17, 18, 19 20. The quarAlmost all those in charge of Council was to cover the exor, Alex Stephens, '29; business tet is made up of Nat Williams, this unit hahve expressed their penses incurred on the trip of the manager, Aurel Rosin, '29; circuH. K. Hook, Jr., Robert Parker, belief that the mark of distinteam to Louisiana State at Baton lation manager, Allen Ramsey, the other member was not selectguished college will be obtained. Rouge as well as those resulting '29, and faculty advisor. Dr. F. :ed before the news went to press. it was admitted, however, that from entertaining the Louisiana A. Gilfillan. The editorial staff, A pparing in the Capitol (in the ins1)ection as a whole was team that visited the universityMarian Martin, '29, Charles Crofour succeeding nights, the colfar below the standard of that The delegates to the Southern zier. '28, Dick Naylor, '28. Hops legians will tantalize the audience of last year So excellent wasi Federation of College Studenta Phiel, '29, Paul Marks, '28, Milton with the latest popular songs. that inspection thltt this univerbased their expenses on the scale Mitchell, '30. Leo Finney, 30. -o----sity was given second place in used by the Debating Council. Art staff, Palmer Tyler, '27, and the entire United States. Virginia All requisitions passed without Sparky Harrod, '27; excange UNIVERSITY BAND iilitary Institute being the only. opposition. staff, Dillon Graham, '29 and B. s SUCCESSFUL IN college making 1 higher score Spio Stanley, who had been in F. Campbell,. '29. Those on the than the University of Florida. charge of arrangements for the circulation department: Bob Math TAMPA CONVENTION A] classes were suspended annual Executive Council banis, '29, Nate Reese, '29, Jack duin the inspection. so that quet, in moving that the council Wyatt, '28, Fuller Warren, '28, Band Played at United Conevery student might concentrate abandon plans for the affair, Gordon Perkins, '30, Tobe Bass. federates' Convention n this one thing, and put on the stated that he didn't believe that '30 and A. H. Blate, 30. Held Last Week. best show possible. It can never it was a logical student body exhe said that great effort was pense. The council concurred with The University Band ade its not expended t( put on a good in-! Stanley and unanimously voted P"RTABLE RADIO first concert trip last weekend -Pection.f that the banquet should not be It will probably be sometime in held. July before it wil be definitelyannounced whether or not this school rated distinguished college. Fifteen Pledged However. it is thought that the B Ch students may rest assured thatBs Vh n ~ vi IIi Ih~ f tul I ~ on SET BROADCASTS to attend the United Confederate Veterans convention which was FOR UNIVERSITY held in Tampa. The concerts were -RI__ ,very good in comparison with the Pipe Organ Number is One other bands that attended this of Features on Novel convention. Much entertainment w h d ~ -L+ th -Program. was l urn's e alor Ltie band boys I le rati vug w e Jes owe upoa s u ,.n Various musical organizations during their spare moments. 4the university. Bacchus cUb plgedt he ny and also the gigantic organ of The band left Gainesville Wedmen at a special meeting'held by the university were featured in nesday noon by train, arriving! -----the officers of the club Wedesthe broadcasting over the portin Tampa about 8:00 o'clock. This atsa night at the S. A. E. house. able station of the Redpath gave the boys the evening to nThe club decided thah there was Chautauqua here this week-end. spend as they pleased. They To Meet April 2 1 a number of men whohwol The station broadcasting under could take, in any show if they make good mebto er the oanothe letters WHMB has -1 range took a veteran with them. The .ad a chance of about two hundred miles and boys 'were permitted to attend The Florida State Association nation. so it w decided to ina wave length of 215.7 meters. the coliseum dances any night of A rehitects, and the Florida crease the membt -chapter of the American Institute, The following men were ple-gBesides the university groups free. Most of the boys took in hhAMtTwn the station also broadcasted the this dance Wednesday night. I Architects will meet at the e at this meeting:Jhnn Cillis choirs of the various churches The band made its first apuniversity in the architectural B oti n osLee Chilsen, of Gainesville. Most of the propearane Thursday morning when r-ois on Thursday. April 21.; Scott. Dick Hobbs, e Cs grams were of local talentOn they made a march through the The convention will last only one Frank Woo t Avnry, CaSaturday Mr. Maay, engineer in busines ssection of Tampa. In 'lay. as this is a special meeting: per Hefty. Scott Avry, Stanley charge of the set, will give a lecthe afternoon the University Band, and only a limited number of Butterworth. Donald McGovern, ture on radio sending, explaining gave a concert in the Tampa things will be discussedJoe Crain, Selwyn Ives and linthe working-s of the set and givbandstand. After this concert the Exhibition wil lbe given of the ton Green.b uld like ing details of its construction. band was invited to a tea dance students' work in the various sub' The Bacehustclub wol lie Mr. Macy brought the set out at the Bay Shore Royal hotel, Jeets n architectural school which to have a oth men te to the university Tuesday and which lasted until 7:00 o'clock. have been ITonho iM the past year the next Aei wh shonCrected it, a large group of stuThe band broadcasted from the and ; half, for it was only then held at the A. T 0 oseck. (lents gathering around, many of, Olive hotel at 8:00 o'clock. The that this school was founded. day n them viewing a broadcasting starest of the evening was left open Mr. Rudolph Weaver, architect i A1_ 4.4l .A-rA fl A 1 A tion for th first time, to theh band boys to spend as of the State ticarOf01 trW,, ,r1lIS 1j11 The broadcasting station should they pleased, most of them go15 first vice president of the Date To Order Rings prove ot great advertising value Ing to the coliseum dance. state association. and priseident to the city of Gainesville and to Friday was the big day for the of the Florida chapter of the the university, giving many peoband boys. In the morning there! American Association of ArchiAll seiors desiring University ple a chance to hear the univerwas held a mass band practice te-ts. He is very active in makrings are asked to turn in orders sity organ and the musical orfrom 8:00 to 9:00 o'clock. At ing preparations for the convenbafore Akri 18, the laes ode. ganizations of the school. 11:00 o'clock the big parade was tion (-an be taken anthe rin deThe first program Friday night, formed which lasted until 2:30.1.livered before graduation. Ortra,~~~~~~~ Clu e M r he t te u i r u~s ut w ho g h ui ~ fI i e s fl -n ders can be taken and rings sent featured the Collegians OrchesThis parade was from the fair P,,, e P-an C. 0. T this s""ife i d*litra, Claude Murphree at the unigrounds uptown through the busiversity organ, quartet from the ness section and back to the fair Banquet On April 29! --University Glee Club and some of grounds. The University Band E the musical talent of Gainesville; made their last appearance a_ The Pan-Hellenic Council, or;E .5:00 o'clock in a mass band coninterfraternity ~co ference, will Editors a0 Smoker Lord Addresses Jcert given at the Tampa Bay give its annual banquet, Friday-hotel. This band was a combi-. evening-. April 29. at the Episco-, The Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity -ortiulwrists nation of six bands that were in pal parish. The council has been gave a smoker for the Sports Trt ; very ccessful (luring the entire Writers convention friday night Prof. E L. Lord o tfhe Agriwas directed by Mr. Baceknanis thought that this at their house. This smoker was cultural college, attended the Fi day night was open to the _.Pa.: ibe o ht e aIt -tbet State horticultural Society cor.band boys for their owil leisure. will e onher equalo far. universe dy ai andviRitftg mention in Bradenton this~ week. That might the Tampa DeMolays Amo:hnthe other evns o by unvrsitoust an d the Anoteother things done by ,qprt,, editors,. h noe h Professor Lord spoke to the congave all of the University Band the council thi yoar is a dance eveningvention on the subject of horti.boys free invitations to their. duriry Homecoming weekTonight a banquet is planned culture. Mr. Watkins of the uni(lance which was given on the sortss writers ,(.0(1. Another dance will be given in honor of the sot rtr ve-sity also attended the conven-. roof garden of the Bay Shore Saturday night. May 2z. at the who are attending this convention. Royal hotel. Quite a number atnew 2-ymnasiiim. now under contion, at the Country Club. A very ---tended thisdance.-truction. enjryable program is planned. COMPETITION FOR The band left Tampa Satur~ray MANCHESTER CUP ng by train to return to ~TA MANCHESTER CUP the Florida campus to prepr CONVENTION OF HIGH SCHOOL IS GOING STRONG ". (. T. C. inspection. This 's LEADERS ISHELD THIS WEEK ____ ~~the first r-eal trip that the UE DE S IS H LD THS1J E Sigma Chi's Now Head the "ert Bandthas made this year although another trip or two 0 List With Tau Epsilon beino lnned for this enuenx Phi Second. yea r .thl the high chool and priconvention were J. W. Nornmn, ye r. 'mary leaders of the state have Arthur Hatch, Joseph R. Fulk, The intramural competition for "held their annual conventions C. 0. Holley, Ida A. Anders, the Manchester cup which was BRITAIN IS WORRIED about here this week. The primary Mary Shepard, W. R. Thomas, won last year by the Pi Kappa the governme it's "trade disputes convention began Wednesday afR. J. Longstreet, Joseph RoeAlpha fraternity is creating much trade unions" hill. Tt is intendternoon at 2:30 and ended Wedmer. .1 B. Nash, Reba F. Harinterest throughout the campus. ed to cripple the power of trade ",e(day evening imediaaely after ris, Frederick H. Spaulding, R. f~m eod esmn-t7:0 M. Evans, XW H. Cassels and The scoring of points are as folunions, limiting the extent of lows: All major sports. basket. strike. and so forth. Britain A mniments of -conymittees others. ball. baseball, swiw'ming, play. Fears th4 rise of a dagerous 6ere m Je. rf e pgke ne eRtc. Both convention were very groudd ball, are scored. first class war. Organized labor's abil1. Evan-. Sarah H. 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PAGE TWO TUE FLORIBA ALLIGATOR Offlis Student P nation of the Univerity of Florida * ** -C** .j. L*wis H1W Ma 1agi-g Ior .James M. Shaw lftham M agwr. Keneth C. Prit Pbals4. every Sunday morning during football season, every Saturarn~~neduringf the remainder of the collegiate aear by the IF2lO DA4LIOATOR at the MoCr ry Publishing Co y ,pa 300 F8t Main Street. South, Gainesville, Florida. UNIMSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLB, FLORIDA, Entered as'second class matter at the Post ofri(Ce at uaini-svi.'., Florida, under the act of Maroh 3, is*. Bubecription rates, mail or carrier delivery, $1.O per year. Office: Room 11, Language Hall, University of F orida, Gaiuresvile, Florida. Telephone: 837-W; then ask for the Business Manager, FIorida \llgator. and '780-J, Managing Editor; 311-W Editor in Chief. EDITOILAL STAFF Asst Managing Editor.-----Raiph D. Merritt News Editor .,. .DilIon uLraham News Bureau Director. C T. larsons Contributing Editor ..Ammnon M~cClellan' Q W.o ..Layton Dinning Copy Editor. .Billi rowii Assistant News Editor. ..N.atv I DEPARTMENTS Fah re e t. ....r Soci ty and Clubs. ..Jack Thompson Soolety and Clubs. ..Paul Jothisoii Alumni ....Carl Widell Alumni .B. Thornal Sports, assistant. ..0.John FU THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR MAT'RAY, AI'RII 16,Svneat Gainesville. 5aLJ M ke April 25-26-27-Varsity vs. Auburn at Tallahassee. I4IU yMae Mayc31Co nc n Opening Speech At Convention ANSWERS Comedy Planned By Dramatic Club Says History of World is toor Commenement Largely History of AgriGOURMETS EUROPEAN 9 "V1 lM Z 6 10A I N ii 1. When it is Filet of Sole MARGUERY at one of MAR-1 GUERY'S two restaurants in Paris. 2 Restaurant Royal, The Hague, Holland. 3. Hors d'oeUvres, Petits pois, coupe Jaque. 4. Asti Spumante is the name of the Italian Champagne which can at times be very good and is very inexpensive. Neither. Spumoni is an Italian ice cream. a. At pocardis next the Opera Comique in Paris. 6. Bouillabaise. 7. At the relays du Chateau. In summer, under the awning on the shady terrace facing a luncheon approved by Madame's smile and cooked by Monsieur8. Strawberries and elotted cream. 9. A "Mille-Feuilles," a "chou a la creme," and a "baba au rhum." 10. In the strawberry patches in Phoenix Park, Dublin, Ireland. 11. Order another. 12. Pruniers. 13. Blinis are pancakes with AEPOATMM ~-" caviar and sour cream and can be gotten at the Maisonette Mitchell, Smith, Hawkins, Warlow, Grant, Daugherty, Culpepper, Sample, Russee on the Rue Montabor in Hoffman, Richardson, Boone, Blate, Edson, 1al. 1th ves. MveA6s, ifurriso. P Begga, Graham. DeWitt, reen, Wahl, Moss. Paris. 14. L'Ecivsse. BUSINESS STAFF 15. At Mont St. Michel in AM't Busins Manager.-.cyri E. I'ogue France and the omelette is to be QwLulaa ....iese unnutt had at the Hotel Poulard and .&A vertistag Manager .----A. Ii. ieid you can watch it made in the ....a 4. ram kitchen' 16. Because it is made with FOR1UNATE-AND UNFORTUNATE water from the River Liffey which has special chemical properties. 17. Le Petit Lavenue now reThe University of .orida is especially fortunate o placed by Le RestauranttTrianon have on its faculty an instructor who is intimately acin Paris. famous for its plants quainter wit.hconaitions in ne great continent II tI regional. But you can get a southern, part of this hemisphere. Dr. J. .buteno, wno numbered duck at the restaurant TOUR d'ARGENT in Paris. spoKe in chapel Thursday morning on Soutn America, is 19. One time a bishop on his weu prepared to speak on this suLject, being a naiv c01 way to Rome sent a runner ahead to taste wine. The runbrazii, and one who has kept in touch with every pan (i0 ner was to mark a good wine .couth arkcaI "Est." At Orvieto he marked ANhs ---the wine Est Est Est. This is krofesZWrieno's second year OIL Lie callli)U,120God knows. and it is within genuine regret that tne tUaeIIs lear tUat he is not to return next year. Protessor IBheno s ,uc-! cess at the University of Florida has not only Ocen wiuIMI the classroom but also in his outside connection witNL maIN -0 -LIBRARY SHOWS NOTABLE GROWTH SINCE SEPTEMBER ituaents. He is one of the most popular instvuctrzi en1 2.333 New Volumes Added modern language department.-To WtIS es; Faculty Last year Professor Bueno held the respouisibie Want. The University Library showed of director of the University Glee Club, a particularly exa marked increase in growth dur.acting position, as it was the first year of a glee liio ol ing the year. Since September there has been 2333 new volumes mne campus, and on the first year's success was OazaSe added to the library, most of every hope for th. musical organization's conMinuaiuon. these have been added for parallel reading, some for reference, very student here knows that the club uider rotessoi and a part coming undr the bueno's guidance exceeded all hopes, and this year, WIim class of fiction. The most active contributors their director of last year holding the post of lunoriar to the library this year have directorr, the club has gone far toward benig tie preiel been Hammatt Engineering Sobeing ciety. and the State Board otf musical organization of Southern colleges. Architecture, who have added a The Tourist News,, of St. Petersbur'g, carried anaiiLIcIClarge number of volumes for ar-; ehitecttiral reference. In volumes last fall on Prfmaor Bueno's life. It stressed Lhe laet that he was preparing himself in this country to return to his native -Bazil that he might be instrumental ii bringing about more cordial relations between this country and the Sith American republic; and assist in carrying the library has grown faster this vear than ever before, but in proportion to the increased enrollment the growth has not come up to the standard set in preceeding years. A census was taken 2 months ago to determine whether the out the policy of good wilW that both great countries defaculty thought it was worth' while in having the Library Bulletin. The faculty showed itself The Alligator repeats that Florida is sorry to lose to be 100 percent forI the libraryProfessor Bueno. Our University would be far better off bulletin and expressed themselves as being against the dropping of with more instructors like himit, inasmuch that it has been 0_of great aid to the students. Glee Club Back EI VENTS _From Good Trip Through Georgia April 15-16-State High Schol track meet here. April 16-Meeting of State Sport Writers. The Glee Club returning zform ----..-s Ia trip of three concerts in GeorAn amusing threeact comedy Prof. W. J. M\latherly, Direi.':. will be given sometime during of the School ()f Busine "s Adcommencement week by the reministration. mode the opening adcently formed dramatic club, c.dreai the a tinual convent oh m' cording to Prof. Paul Buchanan the IIrtirultur:i society i at in an interview with an Alligator li"a Y VLFi in Bradentn. porter lastweek.ss. a mst interesting Professor Buchanan started ""il e""w.;Isl" 411 the first rehearsals of the comedy i thee''f the n ay iniportan thi4 week. He wishes to make it the hi'e hlV ii ormc r clear that everyone attending the jut.u11 d d univr-siv is eligible. t member, hs t y the Woi ship in the new dramatic orgaa'ely the histr w'Vth agricItI. nization11 andl should get in touch aid )ea \ atherly. "The faim with him if they are interested er', progrv-s from primitive fraS in tring out for parts in the to tlie third decade (X the tweinnew play. The organization will tieth century is a long and painin all probability be called the ful pro(C5 1 evolution. First t, "'niversitv of Florida Dramatic domestication of animals; then Chb." the beginnings of plant cultiva----tion; then the Hoc ksand herds of a ~ iI alestine; then Greek and(I Ronan iie~ rorshusbandry; then early argicultural Gator Debators 1 '2= Saevelopmentm NortherntEurope: T H A (g dalism andl the orrian evoltiTo Have A M eet tion; then the recaPitulation 44 the history of agriculture in AmirOn Next Monday ica. a finally the transitionnin the United States and the rest of --the World t 4m nmercialized agriDebate Monday Night is the culture. Such ii a lightening Fourth Annual Meet Besketch inf mnn's evolution from tween the Two Schools. sage beginning to the present day civilization. Such. likewise, I-; glimpse of th most striking, The University of Florida will and typical stageill the Ihistory meet Louisiana State University of mankind." on next Monday evening. April He declared that the farmer'sI 18, at 8 o'clock in the fourth Ilositiin is a 1)(sition of primary annual dual debating meet which production. He is the first to is held at both universities each handle the goods. and give the raw vear The question of debat is material to the world, as he is the "Ut. 11 q n vl 1 u u w 1' Resolved, That the five day week in industry would promote the social and economical interests of the country. It is understood, that the question applies only to those industries now using a five and a half or six day week. Floridahwill debate the nega-1 tive at home. The team repre-. senting Florida here is composed of Robert Hodges. Nat Roberts and Billy Matthews, while Ralph Merritt, Ray Watson and Haroldl Dublirer will debate the affirmative side of the question at Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The team which i T1idn isreal pro(lucer. Statistics were quoted to show that farming caim ma: argue po rtioln of the pi pulation. a I a roe portion of the wealth of the nation, and the great amount of land that is given over to farming. Ie went on to say that the farmer needs the help of other arners anol of the specialists t 11rIou -I'lout the country-that he hold Is a position Of interdependence. He has becimie a business man, as he is concerned with production, marketing, finance, and the risk that is trri ected with his profession, "Since t he firnu-r's ltsition in modern ecimonnce is a position of .e a v es the Fac GLOVE -SMOOTH T HF super-moist, sated lather of \Villiarns Shaving Cream does more than soak the beard bristles soft for easy shaving. It does more than lubricate the razor's path-preventing little cuts and scratches. For \\illiams actually conditions the skin--leaves it gloye-smooth--,gIves yO] th:tt barber's massage feC.jr I wo Williams Shaving Crea -II Pieand ( ake. Like Motwher Makes UNIVERSITY CITY LUNCH Ir,,. It.C. WoI 11V '-,4. .f l A'-,, cn .i.juuis.:la.na is ----. ... sending here is noticeably repreprimaryy production, of economic sentative of various clubs as interdependence and of business well as fraternities. William A. relationshops, be must be a stuWilson, a freshman in the Arts dent of ecofunmics," concluded Proand Science college is .1 Lambda te ser Miitathe I "IeWCmuWt kiiow1it, 50(e11,liChi Alpha. Georve C. choen h n _fe a uu'es ai *'' sippers .lwWhen he knows more about econherger. a enior lawyer. is a mics he will pay less for his misy .ia .iva f*'lf S zn ia Nurnd oac on. "Ta" a e trh s i g a r -L ck tyotj catt -a l here forSi~nm Xii nd Coch .Jhn Q.takes, his p)rofit-will he g-reater, H a te lius-tr A dams is the president of Tau I> service t,, mankind w~illI he Kappa Alpha, the largest honor.s ret kd ile ary debating fraternity in the II -88e a (bv-wo meaI. world Mr. Adams willineet the Florida chapter of Tau Kappa U o Stwdetiuy To Alpha in an informal manner I rr if sometime during the day. (,o To Convention Dr. Murphree wil ]preside and H. M. Hampton, A. B. Bullock lield lit Kenucky and I) Neil Ferguson of Poala will ast as judges. After the deHenson Markham and Bud BEVERLY CA IFTE IA hate the Farr Literary society Mizell to Leave for Lex-Bwill entertain the debaters as ington Next Week guests at. a dinner at which 'I1est I Heo IMryvwlaere ('ui a Mu rpli e>will Iplay. in Perhaps thee mioststriking and hain, president of the student noteworthy feature of the debody, and Bud Mizell. president ******************** hate is the fact that each year elect, will start for the annual Fl ila has won at Ltouisiana and convention of the Southern Fedlost her, thus resulting in a tie el(Iatr of Olege Students to be FA iE5 COO N5 each time. .Jerry McGill, now at held at the -niversity of Ken. I aft : I nner 5) per 5 ) Oxfi"rd n the Rhodes scholarship.,t utkY. Lxjigton, April 2122-23. .* the elk w as each y 1ar *j mfle mbe of the Th -Southern Federation of nwBette< D r t team wheh ,def;te, jLouis iana. ( I ee Student> is a southern [hi> venr Fhridi 4nttrtain> 44n4 w "rianizat m1o having i memlelShip hopes of winning both ends of It apProximately 2 southern colthe meet by reason that the best leges. Among these are such teams are being put in the field. schools as Alabama, Georgia, Each man who debates at homnie ashington and ( an(d Flor******************************************* 11n th', mwet has had at lvwast three yM1 I .F.perieljee a:* .Thter('are two dele-gates from 1 'niversitv ,t' Florida debater. teh school, usually a junior and h a a ltW BARBER SHOP OPENE It seems that a debate o(f this i senior. The senior is to supply nature would certainly warrant the experience and hand it onTO better attendance than has been t" the junior. It is customary NP evident at the last two debates for these TXVo delegates to be the 4 held hereRalph Merritt, secrepresident 4nd president-elect of y Jesse Donaldson ant D. W. Garrett tary of the Debating Council, th studnt bodies. Formerly located O W. University Ave promies that this coming meet The federation discusses all .ai will he an outstanding event of problem of students including IiK SERVI(E NO AT much interest #nd educational the honor system, student govern-. value and especially requests of ment, the functioning of different Yomr Patronagre Will Be Apprecated all who cani do O. to be presdepartments, and budget systems. ent. Those schools possessing the best 0-systems are asked to tell their plans and the reason thi: system --.State Senator Dell Wa> adopted. Promises Attention To I miversitv Needs Gator Baseball Team RO U Al livit, t-irr;v.RO N THE WORL w~n i.-i~ ~-.m;b I~ IIF WI KL April 17-EASTER SUNDAY-Organ Recital-Claude gia report a very pleasant and V%'III rn vr'a' IFE l-Cluderia epot a erypleaantand Promise of efficient administer successful tri p. A very crdial .lcis fefcetaniitr Murphree-3:30 in Auditorium."yenr hor ing to the Universitye ofFlorMurphree-3:SO in Auditorium, reception was tendered them byidsnesspricdonte April 18-Varifty vs. Sanford State Leaguers at Santhe students of Emory University appointment of Senator T. Maxey Th Florida Bab ator5 base ford. who saw to it that every man Dell of Gainesville, to the office ball tea will make an invasion .d.was properly housed. on the way of chairman of the senate cor_ of Georgia
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.iG, 1327 Pnpared by $NT 3RD CABIN LOCATION I] ILLINOIS GREEKS DISCUSS PROBLEMS OF FRATERNITIES 3,000 iFratenity Men Attemd Fmrst CA( f Conferuace, m -I --I of Present conditions require the Greek-letter fraternity to make AMERICA sure that its ideals are not lost LINE bu are perpetuated, Dr. Joseph C. Nate, National Historian of Sigma' Chi, told 3,000 fraternity i SOUL men at the University of 1111. is sert nois in March. These conditions isrtheretaranmto result from the great change in --proprietor's motto college life during recent years drink me rich and and are often confusing to the ?r What is the name student. ,Testaurant? This was the first gathering of you go to eat at the its kind ever held in the United BUE UNIVERSEILLE in States. Every fraternity man at what shouldn't you miss? Illinois was present. It was ASTI SPUMANTE the called by RN. Jones, president of thne localI terfraternity could that' to observe the ideals exemcil. plified in the ritual would mean "Fraternity ideal. and princia more democratic development ples are vital for the welfare of of fraternity life. our land and the life of the Coonskin coats and sport roadworld today," Dr. Nate consters do not typify the student tinted. "The multiform activities body as a whole, any more than and distractions of the modern the bespectacled bookworm of the campus tend to deprive the frastage does the up-and coming ternity of the opportunity it once professor of the modern univerhad to inculcate. its principles. sity, declared HH. Rice, assistNot only has the world turned ant to the president of General a big corner since the great Motors Corporation, and a memwar, but on the college campus her of Delta Phi. today we face conditions radical. "Each generation looks askance 1y new. The small chapters of at the foibles of the succeeding, other days have given place to forgetting its own foolishness. the groups of two score and The present undergraduate fra.more. The palatial house, the ternity man is safe if he real. great stadium, and the many izes the obligation of noblesse activities are a revolution in oblige which is imposed on him what we call college life." because of the opportunities 'The modern problem of Greek which are his by virtue of his. letter work is that the ideals college life and membership in a shall not be lost in the midst fraternity of high ideals." o fthe many things among which 0 chapter life must fight for its Warrert To Leave share of recognition and attention. Surely there is no other For Legislature thing more important than that every ideal for which we stand Fuller Warren, Florida's youngshould be made the common posest legislator, is rapidly recover. session of our chapter men," he ing from his attack of typhoid concluded. fever. He expects to be out of of a movie actress? Is in Italy or Spain? re coul dBarsac 1912 at 20 francs a bottle isMarseilles' most concoction? you were lost in the Rambouillet, where would he to be found? What is the Devon masterthat should one try at a Pastry Shop? Where can you pick your ies and have them What yould you do after Marron glace?" What famous Paris resaurmsa maligned in the book Prefer Blondes." What are blinis and where be tried? ame a restaurant in Paname is its nmost faWhile visiting what beauk_ e in the world can you in one of the world's omelettes Why can't Guinness stout anywhere but in Cork? Where did Whistler, SarCarolus Durham, Falgni i Robert Louis Stevenson making, comfort and com? Can you get a duck's num Why is a wine in Orvieto .Il.d lAt lAt E ? can you get Ice wazurOpe? totime qwesds be feanud m another page b lme of The Florida amily Forum" ended By 75 UpperClassmen IegeHMsd of Degat-I .t Bisigy~Mke new "Family Relationforum drew a crowd of %J~uniors and seniors at two meetings, April 8 which were held in the auditorium. Dr. JRogers spoke both times biological side of marRogers, in his two lecbefore the students, dealt ion reproduction and in clarifying the subto a Weat extent for the of those present. b9tures are being dellvIn response to the wishes of at students, juniors and who expect to marry a after graduating. Those I to attend these for'i ued leave -their names at -I. C. A. or get in touch memes of the regiskatIron Alton Morris, chair4 ''Bob Smith and Robert .3uniors and ieneors are to attend and it is UrM those who register go to ete series. W j Matherly will speak 'F!amiy Budet" at th fouWedoesday evenings 20, at 8 o'clock in Peabody Dean Matherly has this lecture while he was University of North Carod ~as made a thomog of the subject. pe Architect raa ~L~fIYM WGA~R ~A TRWz NMI Room Asi Bei signments ,g Made Now Beginning last Monday, April 11, room assignments in the dormitories and barracks were started to be made by those who wish to reserve their rooms for the scholastic year 1927-1928. Me nwho have lived in the dormitories will be given the preference. A reservation fee of $10 The Letter Shop Multigraphing and Typewriting Special Attention Given to Students Work 129 E. Main St. N. Phone 253 NICK CARTER ADMITS THAT HE IS BAFFLED CAN'T FIND A COUGH IN OLD GOLD CIGARETTES 1. 9. $. -> "They offered a reward to the man who could find "I h e suvea,;.rdk(d the "Curses!" Nick Carter a cough in an OLD GoLD country over for a year, hissed, as he sank exhaustcigarette. And Nick Carcrept up upon thousands ed in his chair. "For a ter took the trail wit h conI X();.I ) ofli) smokers in whole year on the trail fidence born of past suethe hope of hearing them and not a clew. cess." Qelf 4. "They were all immune. I smoked OLD GOLDSmyself and couldn't tease a cough oul of my throat." LL 5. "A reward thad even Nick Carter could not claim That reward would have hought me a lot, of OLD GOLD cigarettes, and believe me, they're worth buying." G 20 cents 1ov5 4~ / P-d., rof o 60hr LD11 v-r-l'c --Lru pfnOTHERT CIGARETTE I ti GAINESVILLE FURNITURE CO. Victrolas and Records Phone 86 NEW RECORDS EVERY FRIDAY J. W. McCOLLUM & CO. THE REXALL STORE UNITED CIGAR STORE AGENCY Special Gillette Razor and Shave Cream deal .79-9e Special Pipe and Tobacco Deal .....$L Gainesville Is a Buick Town GANESVILLE BUICK CO. ""SERVICE"4 Sanitary Cleaners and Dyers 236 E. Union Street PHONE 675 "RE SU9L TS"9 We invite you to make our store 9 I 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 A your down-town headquarters I A' I Need Deeds, Not Words "Frate'n'ties offer more chance to loaf, and more chance to declar.d Thomas Arkle Clark, dean of men at the Uni. ersity of Illinois, and a member of the high coUncil at Alpha Tau Omega. "Some fraternity men take advantage of both possibility. ties. During the initiatory cere. mony idealism, fellowship, Unselfishness and democratic behavior was stressed," he said. "See to it that these high principles are not mere words but are translated into deeds." Dean K. C. Babcock of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Illinois, expre~ssd his distate for the imbecile and barbaric antics to which some fraternities submit their pledges during "Hell week." He stated as his belief that sucW practices detract from the sqgiousness of initiations. He also pointed out VkI-& *.-_1 ., It i .the wish of the president Six-Day, Series Starts Aprili that all members attend this meet18 as P*rt of Uiiversity ing for there will be a few disProgram cusSIon.S that will be of interest to all members. SALES SERVICE A six day course for electricmetermen is being -ofered by the department of electrical engineerTheiacchus Club held its regular McGRIFF MOTOR COMPANY deprtmnt f eectica eniner-n-iecti-ng at the Pi Kappa Alpha ing of the University of Florhouse Monday night. Many plans ida during the week of April 18were made for the Bacchus dalice 2 1 1 W. Main St. South 23, 1927. This is a part of the that will be given April 22. 1927 program of the General The next meeting will be held at Extension division of the univer-1 thc Alpha Tau Onmga house' PHONE 245GAINESVILLEFLA sity to serve the people -of the Monday night. Every member is state. requested to att riid this meeting. This course has much to offer to electricians and to metermen Pa Delta Epsi i hold in particular. A complete proimpetantpionwi l onda vert gram for the six days 'is COnat eight thirty at the Law4 buil 1I tained in a bulletin recently ising. At this meeting there will sued by the General Extension be held an initiation. There will Division. It includes instruction also be held the (ection iof officersT by lectures, supervised problem for next year. At thu clou 'tf work, demonstrations and laborathe meetinir refr-thment will be 4 eiverv Service-8 a. in to 10:30 p. m. tory work. Individual instruction served. I Phone 360 will be given to those attending (Signed) B. L. lam er.AL P s. and practical problems will be _____________________________ considered. p i ame-asmmemI I CIA)j rrU rW teUniversity InfirmarY by Satf will be charged and paid to the Uday and will leave for Talacashier, the assignments being TENNIS RACKETS RESTRUNG hassee immediately in order to be made through the business man-. present to look after some imanger's office. Don't send your rackets away. You can get vortant measures which will be iaought up in eard to-his + + + + + + + + + + + it done right here in Gainesville Alwork county. Warren states that he O+T guaranteed. Bring them to will do all in his power for the g.g Vniveft 's buftt.BAIRD HARDWARE CO. On The Square I AlphaTheta. honorary literary East Side Phone 7 'Cours In & ool Ifraternitv will hold thenr r. 'ltir meeting Monday night at ten o'clock at the SiiLa Innibia Tau Of Engineering Ihouse.

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Guests of Kappa Alpha'Will be: Angela Clark, Pensacola; Caroline Bond, Jacksonville: Betty Love, Takeland Rndnev Layton. GainesGainesville will be the scene of ville; Sarah Howard, Orlando; mmeh merriment during the week Kathleen Conant, Jacksonville;I enid of April 21, 22 and 23 when Penelope Mills; Jacksonville; Virthe Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma Alpha. ginia Leslie, Haines City; Marion Epsilon, Sigma Nu, and Kappa Smith, Tallahassee; Wanda Jack-I Alpha fratgrnities will hold their son, Micanopy; Shirley Bishop, annul bouse-parties. A large numGainesville; Lola Franklin, Orlanber of visitors will be in Gainesdo; Peggy Mangold, Orlando; Sid-' ville to enjoy the various parties ney Cullen; Ocala; Virginia Wade, and dances that are being planned. Tampa; Edith Winston, GainesGuesta of the Pi Kappa Alpha vllle; Mary Kincaid, Gainesville; fraternity wvillb e: Mary Mildred Chiv Smith, Ocala; MaeaHollr, Smith, Clearwter, Theo Hinley, Snford; Mildred Holly, Sanford; Live Oak; Ruth Campbell, DayBeth Baldwin, acksonville; Frantona Beach; Sara McCormick, Orces Baker, Jacksonville; Juanita lando; Helen Vornay, Sanford; Martin, Gainesville; Claire Murphy, Ike Smith, Madison; Sue McTallahassee; Martha Murphree., Donald, Gainesville; Shirley DonGainesville; Katherin Angel,1 nell, Orlando; Mary Alice JohnGainesville; Alice Cullen Cala; son, Gainesville; Dot Risbeck, I and others. Lakeland; Zelia Francis Bouchelle, New Smyrna; ita Woodcock, St Wagner Feature of Augustine; Nan McMullin, ClearIEaster Organ Recital water; Olive Kincaid, Gainesville;Dot Haile, Gainesville; Keller HarThe organ recital at the audiris, St. Petersburg; Virginia Crentoriuni this Sunday, Easter, will shaw, Orlando; Texas Roughton, be devoted to works by Richard Lakeland; Meta Brice, JacksonWagner, the famous composer of ville; Elizabeth Dawson, Tampa; music-dramas. Claude Murphree, Emily Lingle, Sanford; Ruth Rex, organist, will be assisted in this Orlando; Elimbeth Love, Lakeprogram. by Miss Margaret Smith, lanid; Ruth Winifred, Orlando; Virviolincellist, and Prof. J. S. Bueno, ginia McCraw, Gainesville; Cathbaritone. Students are requested' erine Ray, Jacksonville; Katheryn to note the change in huor, as re-; Pittman, Tampa; Kinney Pruitt, citals from now on will begin Tallahassee; Effie Pirtchett, Lakeat 4 o'clock instead of 3:30. Here I land; and others. is the Wagner program. The Sigm Alpha Epsilon guest Prelude and Bridal Chorus. Act list includes the following: AnIII of "Lohengrin" nette White, Jacksonville; Albce Good Friday Music, from "ParHarrison, Tallahassee; Dot Morsifal" rison, Sarsota; Virginia Turnbull, Elizabeth's Prayer, from "TannJacimonville; Lillian Coyne, Quithauser" man; Marion Quinn, Jacksonville; Prelude, Scene II, Das RheinMrs. William Norwell, Jr., Lakegold" land; Lucy Armstrong, Savannah, 'Cello Solo: "Piize Song" from Ga.; Celeste Johnston, Ooral Gab"The Master Singers---Miss Marles; Harriet Wendell, Jacksonville; garet Smith. Efrie Pritchett, Lakeland.; IsaBaritone Solo: "The EveningC belle Warrington, Jacksonville; Star" from Tmnnhauser" -Mr., Maggie Ragsdale, Jacksonville; Bueno Louise Dorsey, Jacksonville; Cecil Prelude to "Lohengrin" Duncan, Deland; Elizabeth Walsh, Pilgrims' Chorus from *Tann-' Jacksonville; Helen Baker, Jackhauser" sonville; Tipper Lowry, TallaLove-Death from "Tristram and hassee; Dorothy McCranie, JackIsolde" sonville; Billy Hirsh, Miami; aKte The Ride of the Valky''es. from A tk. i h M~ L r *IDie Xalkure. Jordan, iany; a_-mrn Tampa; Dot Dennie, Miami; Adelaide Mahoney, Tampa; NellI Knight, Tallahassee; Harriet Bun! Warren, Tampa; Louise Parramore, Jacksonville; Mary Lou Walker, Madison; and others. The Sigma Nu guest list includes the following: Spec Godwin, Valdosta; Dorothy Yerxa, Clearawter; Juliette Mahoney, Temmpa; Ann Moore, Jacksonville; Virginia Jones, 'Valdosta; Mary Lou Latimer, Tallahassee; Edith Wilkerson, Tallahassee; Dede Hall, Talahassee; Evelyn Holt, White Springs; Lila Sinclair, Wauchula; Dorothea Zoller, Bradenton, Adelaide Mahoney, Tallahassee; Nancy Evans, Jacksonville; Opal Eamer,t ew Smyrna; Irene Cunningham,I New Smyrna; Sue Alderman,t Jacksonville; Elinor Miller, Key West; Maria Lou Hutchins, McMenville, Tenn.; Elaine Perry, Haines City; Rachel Burghard, Tallahassee; Margaret Layton,I Gainesville; Mary Gill, St. Petersburg; Chet Mathis, Lake City; Nancy Cotter, Tarmpa; Winston a Hall and Frances DeVant, Wes-I leyan College; Edith Fokes.u Gainesville; and others.1 Pi Kapps Plan Dance For Easter Week-End Earl Gresh and his Gangplank orchestra from St. Petersburg will play for a tea dance to be given. by the Pi Kappa Phi fraternityI at the Women's Club from -4 to 7 p. n. Friday, April 22. The Pi; Kapps ar' not having a house party this year but are instead putting all their efforts into mak-, ing this tea dance th6 most distinctive afternoon event of the April Frolics 'week-end. Preparations are in charge of; Jimmy Chambliss, chairman of* the social committee, and are already well under way. Decorations will carry out the gold and white color scheme of the fraternity. Barraca Class Holds Picnic at Wauberg A large nuniber of young people attended the joint picnic held at Lake Wauburg Saturday afternoon under the auspices of the Fir-t Presbyterias Baraca Class. Ca.-l Drise e in cash prizes Dhiu n Refreshing Announcement of the $30,000 Coca-Cola prize contest will appear in many newspapers and in the fol,lowing magazines: The Saturday Evening Post. ..May 7 Price, president, and Miss Beth Skinnriteacher, were of charge j'f the affuaji. Boating on the lake, swimiili. i d h. MANY GIRLS TO BE AT PARTIES and not only assured the .speakers of their cordial appreciation, but gave them a hearty Ilvitation to return again. The week preceding, a >imilar group spoke at Reddick on "Friendship," Mr. Merrin acting as leader. Others taking part were Collier Ferell,. Niles Bashaw. Vernon Steen and Harold Wahl. This trip wa; particularly enjoy-able because of the Irge basket of sandwiches and cake presented to the boys after the protrain. The time spent in returning to Gainesville seemed very shurt because of the attractive p(-nic lunch. Mr. Merrin has been very active in this extension work, and the results attained have been very pleasing to all concerned. Not onlY have Reddick and McIntosh I been visited, but also Micanopy Kanapaha, Raleigh, Raiford, and numerous other localities. The people in the various towns have turned out surprizinx .'e1 ti hear the boy, and the experience has pr-ov-ed beneficial for all con. cerned4 FRATS HOLD HOUSE PARTIES Many Parties ana dancesdwill he crowded into the week end of! April 21, 22 and 23 when four fraternities will hold house.par. Lies and the Pirates and other social organizations will give dancesThe festivities will begin with the formal dance to be given by the L'Apache Club at the Woman's Club Thursday eveing the 21st. Music will be furished by J J. MeCranie's or-1 Lhestra. On Friday morning the S. A. Ffraternity will entertain at their home with a dance. A 'Florida Boom Party" is being planned by the Pikes for Friday afternoon in which the Florida Boom will be celebrated. The guests will wear sport clothes., Also on Friday afternoon the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity will be hosts at a dance in the Woman's Club, music by Earl Gresh and his Columbia recording orches-. tra. The Pirates will hold their annual costume ball in the Woman's Club Friday evening and at the same time the Bacchus Club will give a formal dance in the university gym. The Sigma Nu and Kappa Al~pha fraternities will entertain with pop dances at their homes Saturday morning. The Phi Delta Tlietas are planning a dance at the Woman's Club for Saturday afternoon. The Pi Kappa Alphas Vd their lady friends will enjoy a Kids Party at the' Pike House Saturday afternoon. The week's festivities will culminate in the formal ball to be given by the Theta Ribbon SoGuaranteed Service West Side -Square and Courtesy is our Motto -J. C. Prevatt, Prop. -i &ATUR~&Y, .AI Society and Clubs watching of our words, Boarman ---Bydr, that of our actions, Phil Merrin. of our thoughts. Harold HAVANA TRACKMEN Wahl, of our companions, andGIEN BANQUET Steen. of our hearts. A large audience was on hand at McIntosh IlA banquet in honor of the University of Havana track team, was given Saturday night at the White House hotel by the Florida athletic association, in which the renewal of international relationship between the two schools was the dominant theme. Members of both teams, and! athletic officials of the two schools were in attendance and listened with keen pleasure to, the addresses of Capt. EM.: Yon, director of athletics at Florida; James H. Kendigan. holder of the same post at Havana;; Major A. C. Tipton, commandant: of the R. 0. T; C. unit. and others. Mortar and Pestle To Meet April 18 The Mortar and Pestle society will hold its regular meeting in the chemistry lecture room in scienece hall next Monday night, April 18. A special program is being arranged and Dr. F. J. Bacon of "HamlJet" exactly ; ;it Nwas %wrIityr ten bhv the Elizabeth dramatist. UNIVERSITY This is .aid to 'e first time that I the play habeen given in this country with no alterations of the lines. The play lasted three and !nw half houls '9 Headqua Stl"~ 'o) nur.N. Y 'I' -dni rx Tlu otrivcs f the St. lBona Ven-Studen!r Tuxt B turlundergraduate pUblication of One St. Bonav-enture college, were destroyed last week, when Mack Candies-4. Hcus, On -ol the three college buildings, burned to the (g-round. Fifteen st Ldent s of a faculty nember lost all (,f their belongings in the blaze which did (d -Remington Por age o tht extent of $12.H)0. Cambridge, Mass., (IP)--A com9 bined Harvard and Yale golf team s planning to make a tour of Terns to Great Britain next summer, where 9 they will neet 'Cambridge and Ox-ford. N w Haven. Conn.-( IP)--Steps Everhar Pencil to limit the expansion ot the university are being taken by Yale which, according to President Jiames R. Angell, places Yale first in the policy of selective limita9 BASEMENT OF tion of students. In his annual report, the presi., 2 ; N n 1 1 Q -"_ -a a -a a a a dentsi.-IUehsDe un the Pharmacognosy department will give a lecture entitled '"Te willing to accept the responsibility fo indefinite expansion, andI has Cultivation of Medical Plants." ofom'md iselx to yng to The lecture will be illustrated gie ienumberoftruents with slides. the best educational opportunities All members of the faculty,, she can dvs. stden and friends of the so-: ciety are cordially invited to bei present. Smokes, will b furn_ Shawn iee. I kia.,1') --Authi qi -, ---"-1.11--1-1 -1-A t6" B*in,-hf ished. President Murphree Attends Board Meet President AA. Murphree of the University of Florida, attended the meeting of the State I Board of Control, held in St. Augustine, during the past week. Braden's Serenaders To Play at Springs "Banjo" Braden's Collegiate Serenaders have made arrangements to play at the Thursday, night dances held at Poe Springs, tehaesppressed tri tson, un der-graduate publication of Oklahoma Baptist university, because the Paper contained an editorial attacking the administration policy of ousting three faculty members for teaching evolution, and asked for the reinstatement of the dismi.sed professors. WELCOME Back to our City Baird Hardware CI ft% V BOOK STORE irters for ooks and Supplies old Drinks able and Corona -I Students Is and Wahl Pens LANGUAGE HALL W------Asw -490" WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS NEW WAY LAUNDRY Phone 257 and otherdiversions occupie Ee, tim a very pleasantly until the signal was given for attack on the "Pats." After the supper and a; few more activities, the group dishanded, some coming back -town and others staying to ci joy the! combination of lake and moonlight. -----0---Friendship Club To Continue Next Year The meeting of the Florida F-eshman Friendship Council last' Thursday night was somewhat interrupted b,. the counting of the student election votes in the Y,, but some action was taken at the1 meet.ng in regard to extension of the club's activities next year. It hac, been decided to have a sophomore organization next fall,, chiefly to aid the oncoming freshman club. Definite announcemenitwill be made later. Extension Services Held By Students Under the direction of Jim Merrin, student pastor of the Presbyterian church, various groups or university students have been holding extension services in the nearby towns during the past, months. Last Sunday night a group headed by Vernon Steen: spoke at McIntosh on the general subject "W-A-T-C-H." The theme was divided up according to the letters of the word "watch" itself, -Cecil Dogers bringing out the: hasse aIn n e rsbu I. meet. nklei e of of lIu runla in ns n< hur-(: in .iDull ofT th Is I i THE CIRCULATING LIBRARY 208 ROUX STREET PHONE 246.W Latest fiction and books of popular interest including Romance, Ad. venture, Western Stories, Mystery Stories and Short Stories. New Books Added Weekly Fee Sc a Day I YOU ARE INVITED TO COME AND LOOK THROUGH THE COLLECTION 9. MISS AVA TAYLOR I~ r-m -4O40 Ihb Rte el til C( 'we di l 'a --. THE FLoaRD ALL*GfTO a "-I Midway Inn On the Square R n 9East Side Roong an Phone 7 Boarding House P one I FLORIDA BARBER SHOP SPORTING GOODS and Starting on April 14, and COE.Five Pledged BYTjfuiniT every Tihursday Commerce Frat -HAINES CAFETERIA' Fo Alpha Kappa PSi, huLufi1 H INSaAF TE I professional commercial fraterni216 East University Avenue ty has announced the pledging of A 216 as Lood Foa -ive men from the Sch f AtOh erAcnools' Business Admnnstration. TheseH men are K. M. Hancock, Eldon Dickson. J. R. Graves. A. W.h Smith. and Sam McCormick. In.emphis Te. jpanWhnuis itiation dates have been set for expted t bes inag d anfBF R Saturday, April 30.1 tradition was inaugurated a t J. S. BO0DIFORD SAurday, aciv beSouthwestern college here oi April A line of activity which is Fos ew nth etiecing sponsored by the nationalI or-1i1"oo1's eve, when the entire (i ganizationis being taken up byl le omen and worn turnd ot Phone 32 for everything in drug the local chapter. This is the to C estbite da gathering of vital statistics conheestitie te g h :i cerning the success of the h businessction of Memphi m erage business man both .with hih practically the entire c3, WIand without college education. A A hu participate e. entirelw'-O--___ T complete survey of the commur p arade the students I nitv and the immediate surround~ adjeur d te pae ingwlA be started in the near xm whert o man A
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"A, APRIL 16. 1927 THE FLORIDA ALIAGAThR %A__IL___rimPAGE FIVE *ida Needs a Swim>Pool to Develop ta Talent in the *time. When will we 't it Sl?('TIN -a U -.tand Behind Your B.11 fLan Until the last riame is played. They ire deserving of your ny al support. --I _________________________________ 1' I. igh ms Lomttpete '27 Track Antd field To ril (111 eit in and Newcometed to Be OutstandStars of Meet. By C'. 1. flarmwns "ore than the halt' of thkers in the tracL vent 926 high ". hIol mvet :oai a to )ca irt In Mu he Seventh Annual 1 Sc hool Track and Field I terday al1d6 toIdm mx Pt are that the annual cin Ier ic this y\ar wii1,(e th fought In ltFl, ita hii d. Onnals6y-W teains fri al eFlorida had filed 1ntri'i' University athletic uffit I the dead line in April ias followsLem',n :v. Beach. Ft. White. PtnLeesburg. St. Augustine. Dania, Duval, Ja'ks4 8au Gallie, DeLand. Ft. le, St. Cloud, Vero Beach. e, Hillsborougr i Tampa i Fi. Myers, Plant ('itv. and West Palm Beach. No could be given for the of such schools as St. and Lakeland to eit'r tein of Duval and Newof Ocaia are the outlstand-l of the meet. while Iorn Duval is expected to break ng board jump record 1919 by Sollee of Iuval. aid Ea:',nest Ty son oif St. and Lawrence Reaisoi' it' are beingheralded a<~ Sellin the sprints. and Chitof Tallahassee is ieing as dangerous contender in e races. Rise of Orlando only tried distance manf known to have been enDuval should easily take yard relay with the re:-ord team of Brysun. KRni)lerownette :Ili( G;(,rm11:. naries started at 2 : i 'day; semi-Pmal -i we: this nornina ani the nshjp events wil take this afternoon GES JIADE IN ETBALL RI LES R COMING YEAR Alterations Elimin-' Dribble; Whistle to Chirp Less. tPall will be quite a difame next season with the: n of the dribble to one' py the joint basketball' mnittee in their annual held in New York -City, k. Heretofore the nuniunds had been unlimited. ti' change wa taken inte roughnvs5 a-nd to e team play," members committee stated-. al ruled that In the time shil .taken f'ouls. Thi IeW rulin: ase the time of actual game from three to five according t, Ailr. Oswald itor tof e O'ffcial nItt oin rules is cOMrepresentatives (if the Collpviate A s>ocation, C. A. and the A. A. 1 t-14I schooll Gtaor Trackmen Defeat Havana Saturday, 74-50i Florida Men Make Good Showing; P. Barrientos Runs 100 in 9.9 Seconds. The Gator track teami 1 iph 4e4 ovvr the fast iazregait jo fr' l he Univer'sity f a last Saltur Id.V a fterno, nmtoth tne (01 _450 Th (,,G otf 1 wel b)lancedC ( nd xvell on its way to southern I 't41i I ence through the t irel etfrt -~ of Coach ('hie The Florida teamt Qt. 'ro inl (ver:: event though ti out.staning man .for the (ators was Captain Henry 'Camp. Iowevel' t he sensation cif th0 da Y waIs the I'uinn of P. Barrietos (f Havanna, who Clipped 1ff the I 100 yard dash in the remarkable ti ent of 9.9 seconds after emn set back .yard. H is withtut a doubt the fastest man ever' to be seen oin this track and his g-reat achievements (1rewv much applause from th4-crowded stand. Captain Camp was hui1h pint. man for the Gators and aIs; tot the meet with 28 points s. P. Bar. riento w -ithti 10.wtht mn The Results 100 v'ard dash--P. Barrientos. I-axanna, A. Barrientos, llaval-12 na. Smith, Florida. Time 9. 120 yardI high hrdle ---(Camp. F lorida; Davidson. Florida. Time 15.9. Mile run---Akerman. Florida Edwvards, Florida: Ochoi, Hlavan-na. Time 4:57.6. 440 Yard dash -Troden, Flor-. ida; Mahannah, Florida; S. BarenlltoS. Havanna. Tinm 54.1. 220 Yard lowv trdle -am Florida; Fuenteferria, I111 anna. D)avidson, Florida. Time 26 flat. S80 Yard runErwin, Florida; Ilurlehaus, Florida; Ohoa, Havana. Time 2:10.2. 220 Yard dash--P. Barritos, Havana; Canip, Florida; A. Barrintos, Havana. Time '22.4. Pole vault-Tobia. Ilava 1 I awrence, Florida; singer. lFlor 1 I. Height 11 feet. H i"'h itmp--uI aml11) luorida: ltaiat5 1-avana :, LalI5. I n 1 Hiei-'Ilt .ft. 7 in, Shot puttlendiztbtl, 1Ixvan Dishce 41Ift Tiscu --/e l i-; d '.at'.a. l~isIaIS I11) t. 'i. jatvelil--1Bishtl. I!-id:V 1(acia HZIn Half Br''l Time -"' 148111 6-:11 0 Inu a. .w1 utt'i~i lII SPORTS WRITI'1 NE)R O T V To Better Pugilistic Exhibitions in State, Author Says. Stops First \ iJOS b boxing lhil hb ht before theh (4:611 vcinI Pa f if ~iS#tII 14,f :-rts writers. April 15-.16. at G. in'tv i weher +thee tlve I To1 arbal .: ~ at is bit H tif*sponsored by the jIour bnd .alua I -\ l t-artm e t and -tor dr :.m cI c I ub of the university ur :nmn\w 2t In Morris sports writer for in at t"t'Palint B each Timt s. W t % I s t ..ot P a 4 I i 1 3 e ach. Ils illu it tv I ie the dpi t bil by mail to the secretary affa T the convention and desires that th hill be put before the pi t rit trs for their approval t dispiali. le states that tice bill VLas drawn (itinthIthe itia of b(js 1X1pirc bettering boxing in the :ite. The iririra d: fters kethals for membws of t hi we : .arr ulle cl,' I ; y .4'fn ,,wml and 4 Il is. 4 4t i Jackson' \TVE 111611SCHOOL, TRACK AND FIELD> "a su wcomeOcala. s. 1u1il ran ..UrtI St. Lucie, 4 min. .)0.9 sec. -: k. ..\ % z (' 1 ). iala, 10.1 sec. .a"W dash -i -i. svillo, 1 s-ch. .)c it, 26 s c. ru n. ardi n, Lakeland, 2 in. 5:h .) .6 ;u-8t dash -. S(COfldS Path Nex4ncme ('ala, 23 see. .it I, I I v III-. J_, 11 l. relayD.man tean 1uval, I min. 37.4 set'. Selay. a 'am, Lakeland, min. 45.8 seconds. '.t. ..ryai. Ft. Lauderdale, 11 ft. 4 1-2 inches. I 1(3 5"s .ikii. ~Dunnellon, 107 ft. 10 in uniing high. jump .cIowelI. Gainesville, 3 ft. 9 1-2 in Untning rwoad jumil) .4, Duval, 21 ft. 3 3-4 in. hci pu .1Dinkin>, IDunnellon, 45 ft. 10 12 in. .I. t)-4, St Petcrsburg 145 ft. f; in (Gator Wll -Defeat, 10-0. Well Tide Florida's bal Itossers returned home after a successful road Iaunt, meeting five of the best ~tearS in the south. The Gators played excellent ball and only on feW occasions did they weaken ir. the pinches. The first -ame was played against the Ft. Benning outfit and the Gators were defeated. In the second game of this doubleheadeir they took the "soldiers" into camp by theh score of 8-0. Travelling on tho Auburn they met the Plainsmen and were dee Tt1' eh by wi nning I feated in the first day's conflict. tI tylea nd the Auburn had astrong team but thch second game was purely a t.!c Evenis sandl Floridla batt e and the Plain.;N inn'e'r. 1 4: 'I 48' :61 IliOrs i l,'(r.N -t ry Tech) a Nh -lib leman -.,)L h: rd vle -1111tllk-man -, 41.4. -.' I it 16----4, 4 '-4-, '.4 .444 1~ t~ -. 14 -,-2.I:.j~ 14 4~4~' -4r 'I chiI t n tiech) 1. *tond; 4 ike --Fort, tm Tech) Atlid Tch i secTime -Buhner t I,tr Toch) third. S tBruce I ;'~it i4 \ istry) Classic Em + + + +. + 1,4 Ends I I a .ia tn~n:~ li~ ,. > L~ m i a 1 1 fl.IA 0 '. -. 6 21 4; i.4j-. l grur om "rianuo; .Games Listed. (.1 iQ5svljt w\ it 14 th. SCeli t of the grid battle between the Baby Gators and Oglethorpe n reshme on Novomber 11, instead! "f 4 rliin as ws previously amonntun'ed. Thi> imei'ws that the lOrida first ve:n men will plav two of their 1927 games on home -ing he i(1 !, ground. Hopes ar high in the In and it Gator camp for another freshmrv iw e !.i riP nian championship team with the in his epwer loI strong material in 1rfoect fr oL1l lcth t i! next year. :1 am The freshman sebdulei uludes theh following games: -:+ October .Auburn at Jacksondj Wulcmnv!iS Octobei 51,11 rootcl-. It is Ville. u liiOw us to Liv( + October 22.-J;(orgia Tech att h K Jacksonville. kh1)1t. b .\ol ;1, *1 *1 *1 *1 November 11. Gainesville. November 19 at Gainesville. November 20. tive). (g letbhorp )vat southh carolina -Georgia (Tenta+ + -++ + + + 4 SPORTORALS: by + + + + + + + + + + + + The 1.nivers4ity ot4 1[I44ila's baseball team tretm-twd (t,) land after what may he t erinef al success I1'4);41(1 trip. The ( i atu is fought. hard I a i t aft *.(-id VS (if tiresonw railroaidd j4jala'nSt they came throi h with the g ids at the correct tiim A. ri1 a trwuncing defeat at tihi hand A"V labama by the uerwtehiin 5ore of IG tlyt nire I I lit. ablwn and bfroughtt fiti f irl a ing' a O vitor.' t !i, Ll "" I t 11. n 88 a 1 1 stlve>. Thi> is \ur I varsily as much as it i-. 'iuIs anI we anticipate the day that you will a l let the doors 41t,' Florida 4pen to % 11. It will be a happy day in tht college life in our sI ate Vshe II all Floria S ons go tt th Uniyer-sitv of their native state and give Iir ability where it belongs air -% fakn1h t !11rA r VIDAL DRUG COMPANY i tII, Drug I liie inder Al -i A V E A VOW C A Weil Werle found on tho short v(1( of the score. ": [lopping off the tarin at Tuscaloosa, Alabama, they faced the Crimson Tide; a game provingr to be as disastrous as the gri battle in Crampton Bowl last fall. The Tide received a 16-0 were never beaten and wnd when verdict. But the Florida heroes they took to the diamond the next day they had very ounce of Gattr spirit in them. They played steady ball until the end and when the ninth inning was over the Gators had the game on ice by the score of 10-1. This was the greatest victory of the trip anti the news was of the mzch \\ Icomed sort iM Gatorland. Vanderbilt proved to be the next opponent and Florida was victorious i nthe first conflict by the score of 5-0. The second game was halted in the fourth frame on account of rain; the two teams being in a 0-0 deadlock. The Florida boys ended their trip with two losses to the Birmingham-Southern nine in nl 1 egel, a doubleheader. II 1ond. I )uu(/II, s ileit If (IUs4. 'I' I-S-n nu tra 1 1 ~ .< and .4.4 44 --univxrM E L "Speaking of fine tobaccos -Have a Camel!t" -0---Cators To Meet Sewanee Track ,ream April 23 Sewanee's track team will be match against the track men of the University of Florida in a dual meet to be held in Gainesville April 23. Both schools MODERN smokers find in Camels a nicety of blending, a friendly cordiality of flavor, an inherent goodness that thrills from the first puff to the last. That is why Camels are the favorite of the present age. The warmth of golden sunlight or autumn fields gleams in their smoke. Camels are the Particular smokers in this hard-to-please age find the best of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blended in this famous cigarette. They find a consistent goodness that never fails, no matter how liberal the smoking. And wherever modern smokers gather, wherever the conversation Today t thut u C it hers. St he wi niiliigtoank i met i,>uhi ng Ic 'N at at tthe hands'I! ,1"t (w Titll r Tu niad Merienl L:, 8 ti I ofthe t 1 t tt vt t v ict 11 11i 1 1 s ;1 t v 11* t I I 8" ti 16 II t%111 1 ti'w II I It 1a. t e I4 i, ri Ic I I 1 11t e n i v I-.-, I\'.N : Id in Ih mI versity, I l a sWIn Ai.g A141\l I dlue rdit should Ien Bill Lhiie .star 1"lor 1 r s iI ti, w'h 1) ip. ui Ifirs t hnr in the only t vk)even, which h4: eniteried. Buhrier is inh l o*t8 e xel lent fer mrmer and he .Iud bring mIuch f ime to mI'I a i I wX 1 ,II 111a -%viniTaing pot. FHE ART & GIFT SHOP MRS. F. 1). SHEPPARD EASTER CARDS and NOVELTY GIFTS Mlhnziison Dept. Picture Framing and Frames Orders for (lance favors and decorations taken and filled promptly. Special Rates For Party Orders RECORD * *'OGLETREE-BARY GA TOR GAME WILL s BE PLAYED IIERE Armistice Day Contest Chnted Fram Orlnndi LSEBALL TEAM RETURNS; SOUTHERN TRIP A SUCCESS Towers Play Crimson Gator Swimmmg Squad Defeated By Georgia Techl Tech' ',len Easily Win andj Pile ( p I'oints; Final Scorei i to 15. 1. 4-Cs clearlyy out-ha -, ;ator men, with I -of Buhner, who t X ( first places ,i; *) rIice style and thel it i stIvswims. HilleI modern smokers gather. V .-"*It T "m I i .1 avti I! i All ow
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Watch this contest next three months. men ought to win. for the College The Coca-Cola Co. Atlanta. Ga. LYRIC THEATRE PROGRAM NI)ND AA' TUESDAY CHILDREN OF DIVORCE with Clara Bow and Esther Ralston WEDNESDAY Ben Burbridg s THE GORILLA HUNT THURSDAY MOTHER with Belle Bennett FRIDAY SLIDE, KELLY. SLIDE with William Haines SATURDAY HILLS OF KENTUCKY with Rin-Tin-Tin ii SATURDAY. APRIL!, I THR '!FLflWflA ALLIGATORD F nation Schedule Spring Term All sections of Eng. 102 will meet May 28, Period 1. All sections of Eng. 104 will meet May 26, Period I. All sections of Econ. 102 will meet May 27, Period I. All2 actions of French 22, 102, 021, will meet May 25, Period I. All sections of Math. 085, 0101, 102, will meet May 24, Period I. All sections of Spanish 021, 22, 102, will meet May 25, Period I. All sections of M. S. will meet at the time designated by the P. M. S. and T. prior to the regular examination period. Part Il-Classes Not Cared For The period-will begin May 21,1 at 1:30 and will end at 11:30. Mi428. No eXaminations hall begin Pribr to the beginning of'the' period, and al must be givbn by the end of the period exW& as hereinafter -noted. Cl*es will continue until noon Ma .20. All seniors take their e4ainations one week in adof this schedule: *ch day will be divided into tw6" periods. Period 1 will be Irom 8:30 to 11:30. Period II will -be from 1:30 to 4:30. Calendar May 21--Saturday lxy 28-Monday May 24-Tuesday May 25-Wednesday May 26-Thursday gay 27-Friday MXtay 28-Saturday Part 1. Assembly examinations (Takes precedence over Part All section of Bus. Ad. 104 will All sections of Bus. Ad. 211 meet May 21, Period II. will meet May 21, Period I. All sections of. Chem. 102 will meet May 26, Period I. All sections of Des. Geom. 102 will meet May 24, Period I. In Part I All 9 o'clock Monday classes will meet May 25, Period II. All 10 o'clock Monday classes will meet May 27, Period II. All 11 o'clock Monday classes will meet May 23, Period Is. AllI o'clock Monday classes! will meet May 21, Period II. All 8 o'clock Tuesday classes will meet May 24, Period II. All 9 o'clock Tuesday class will meet May 26, Period 1I. All 11 o'clock Tuesday classes will meet May 23, Period I. All 1 o'clock Tuesday classes will meet May 27,.Period II. nDchri in 30000O in cas prizes iDecious and Refreshing I ~*******'*********** ************** *****w** r* * *** *** NEWSPAPERS Blazer Coats for sport %ear and *I Let us clean your linen suits, there i MAGAZINES dnce W A*E KNOW HOW CUE LQEA H~l Q County. Mr. Stockman said that the t st, season's huiness brought in more money than the previous season, although not so many wi-,Nere loaded. This as a restilt of btter prices. le predicted that the coming season would find the market in good condition. le also said that he had stopped loading until late summer although* he had a recent order for pigs from 40 to 75 pounds, such that ho could pay 10 cents for them. Mr. Stockman did not attempt toA load the car, feeling that pigs of this size would bring more to the community if held and marketed in late summ er. Citizens Meeting In Interest 0 f Road Legislation (From Gilchrist County News) At a citizens meeting last Saturday night, called at the court house but transferred to the Baptist church building,Representative E. P. Turner attempted to learn the wishes of the people to put road 14 on the preferential list at this time. The meeting was well attended by citizens from Bell, Donnie, Osceola, Willeford and Trenton, Trenton citizens predominant in number as a result ofmconvenience. A cqreat interest was manifest throughout the meeting and discussion at times grew very a n i ()n~r those present favored, nevertheless, that it be put on the Preferential list as early as possible. There were two gToUPS, one that would accept the road I F YOU ARE A wNorthxof the name and not afraid to work n( 'ow,01du1-rin!-vOUsumrevacation, I'll het yo a u 5 that \o e:in't woirk for u, 30 days and earn less than $200. Think I'm hiuffing? Then an-'.ver this %I and show me up. Opening> for managers. The 'Wonder Boxsells on T4 .rLK R Depth. 92 .Pittsburgh, Pa. I U iS H OE S SPORT SHOES .$5.00 GOODY EAR WELT, TA N AND BLACK 3.50-5.00-$6.00 THE COOKE SHOE STORE 2' E. MAIN STREET, S. GOOD VALUES in SHIRTS HOSIERY NECKWEAR UNDERWEAR, etc. at PRE-EASTER PRICES Greenberg' THE ROYAL-CAFE REGULAR LUNCHES 50c MEAL TICKETS 85 for $1.50 p -,THE UNIVERSITY PRESS Specializing in fine printing, mineographin and multographing, Room 9, Language Hal LETTING YOU KNO That we are now located on We: t Iniversitv avenue next to the El club we. have a full line of spring suiting priced from $25 up, Tu edoes $35, and beautiful linens f or $23. All our clothes are tailor made and absolutely guaranteed to fit. Let us fit you up for duo house party. Drop in and see our samiples. //;7~~\ 7'NICK HIGH G W. Ut DAMATO RADE TAILOR nivesrity Ave. 4' -t ii ~:I.I!: > Students who finds conflict in' the above schedule should notify the instructor concerned at the earliest moment so thata rrangements can be made for special examinations. Any not so doing need not expect special consideraarly from I B an bon -dis. favored the idea of entering the road on the preferential lsti until the state road department had definitely decided to brin the road along the course of Ole established highway, north of Announcement of the $30,000 Coca-Cola prize contest will appear in many newspapers and in the following magazines: The Saturday Evening Post .May 7 Literary Digest .May 14 Collier's Weekly .May 21 Liberty .May 14 Life. .May 5 A k-) I 4 "4 "I I 0.11 .c. ..=,.=.4.~.<. ReMet-Nm A In 0 N m 4ON ion. the rauiTr .l ZaJEjuon!JUME Instructors who are compelled 75c and $2.00 Copyrights to arrange a time for examina7 a $ 0 STREET & SMITH tions for courses that have no CornellUnierSTREETe-BSMITH time specified above are not al-B NeOF lowed to conflict with the above Ior schedule. If a time cannot be Sum erI GILLEN & GIL LEN P* found to give the examinations PHONE 35 the matter should be taken utp ite s2o28nE. LUnion P~hone 720 the schedule aomi tteesion4n,--__ Once. -$ First Term, June 20 to July 274-. CONTRACT, Professor Whiteside of the Cornell $ 0 0 I H gLaw School. PROPERTY, Dean Kirkwood of the Stanford University O t r n OnLaw School. CONFLICTOF LAWS, ProPLAY SKEEBALL Past Se a s o n fessor Lorenzen of the Yale University School of Law. Figures Compiled By 1.ocal l.veCOMPARATWVE LAW, Pro-stock Broker Indicate, E(reat fessor Lorenzen. Importance of S me lrdgtry NEGOTIABLE PAPER. ProE l This Section fessor Moore of the CoCLEAN. EALTHFITI. RECREATION 9 lu mbia University Law (From Gilchrist County News) School.U9t9 NINE BAIJS F(F A NICKEl According to figures compiled INSURANCE, Assistant Proby Mr. J. B. Stockman, local fessor Farnham of the99 TRY YOUR SKILL ivestock brokerwaapproximatey Dornell Law School. NTTHE $80,000 in cash was paid out at ~DO~MESTIC RELATIONS, X T THE NEW this market for hogs during the Assistant Professor Farnseason just closing. This figure ham. is just for Trenton, exclusive of Second Term, July 28 to Sep. 2 hogs loaded at Chiefland and CONTRACT, Assistant ProMayo by Mr. Stockman. He gives fessor Billing of the Cor$139,000 as his gross disbursnell Law School. ments for hogs loaded at Trenton ACTIONS, Professor Wilson in thicounty, Chiefland in Levy of the Cornell Law School.SL county. and Mayo in Lafayette CONSTITUTIONAL LAW I, county. Approximately $9,000 of Professor Powell of the this amount was paid out at 9 -jaw School of Harvard A Mayo, $50,000 at Chiefland andA University.y the remaining $80,000 at Trenton. CO SITUTO NL LAW Opposite the Iire Ilouse-()pen1 from 9 A.M. to Midnight A total of 102 cars were shipped PRIATE CORPORATIONS, from the three places, averaging Professor Stevens of the nearly $1400 to the car. Cornell Law School.ft Mr Stockman handles practiQUASI-CONTRACTS, Procally the entire output at Trenton fssor Cheatham of the and the figures given by him are C-rell Law School. indicative of the net value of the PUBLIC SERVICE AND swine industry to this section. C A R RI ER S, Professor He said that his figure did not Thompson of the Cornell cover the county as a whole as Law School. several carloads were loaded at Bell by other parties and that Students may begin the study practically the entire production of law in the summer session as themarted edFt.the ioun t For catalog, address the REASONABLY PRiCE) lELJCIOUSIY PREPARED Columbia counts. He estimates CORNELL LAW SCHOOL $125,000 as a conservative figure IIthaca, N. Y. ALL NEW EQUIPMENT for the proceeds from the sale -eNItha N of hogs raised over the entire Iat-