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13. Murphree Memnorial nrae

Elcin HedAsme

Dedication Of

Memorial To

Onen Program

By L. B. elden .
Student politics stood before the bar of justice last :.' ByHarold.... 1-e a
Tuesday night when the Honor Court heard two cases
arising from the political activity predating the elections "For A Greater Flor-
scheduled for yesterday. Herb Stallworth, Chancellor, ida" will be the theme of
and the members of the Honor --- -- the University of Florida's
Court upheld a petition ofJoe 39th Annual Homecoming
Johnson, Gator Party chairman, N :.. ': 39th Annual mco
against President of the Student. "e A" which officially opens to-
Party Body Harry Parham in day at 3:00 p.m. with the
which Johnson requested Parham! i a, dedication of the Albert
to show cause why the fall class A MAhe M er
elections should not be held as A. "' v || Murphree Memorial.
scheduled. Nineteen former student .. The largest crowd in Uni-
Maddox Petition presidents will be on hand at the .versity history is expected
Immediately following Parham's breakfast for the past presidents to attend this traditional
tomeette f idngt Parhams of the University student body at.X'
case, the Honor Court recognized 8:15 a.m. Saturday, Dean of Stu- event.
A. J. Barnes as counsel for Charles dents R. C. Beaty disclosed this :. .- Preliminaries began last night
J. Maddox, in a case concerning 'week: ..with the United States Navy Band
the elimination of the names of Many Will Attend. from Washington, D. C., present-
Dixie Party candidates from the' Those planning to attend are: ing a concept in Florida Field.
ballot forms. The case was basedT. W. Bryant, 1911-12; L. E. Ten- Other events planned for today
on the failure of the Dixie Party ney, 1913-14; R_ F. Mcguire, 1914- l
to meet the midnight Wednesday i15; Spessard L. Holland, 1915-16; C .r ~ ai i e, an or rs oby
ei PrsdnClaude Murphree, Uni ty or-
deadline for submitting candi- B. E. Bushnell, 1919-20; H. G. anist, tours of the campus, Flor-
dates' names. Ford, 1920-21; J. A. Winfield, ida o nu f al Homecom, -
d1992-23; Henson Markham, 1926- I ida Blue Key Annual Homecom-
Maddox, a student, petitioned ing banquet, and the traditional
the court last week and a tempo tarles E. Bnett 3 -3 ; J GatorcGrowl:
....^ C Charles E. Bennett 1933-34 J.D
rary restraining order was issued Butler, 1934-35; George Smathe rs Saturday Morni y n Program
to Secretary of Interior Frank.... .'- i Str morni th eh Alph
Duckworth enjoining him from -Continued on Page SIX SDelta and the Phi raernthePhi bApha
pr g aDIxi candidates' names fasts, the coffee hour and general
on the ballot forms. reunion of Florida Alumnl, a band
No Objections o. p ppea S concert, the John Marshall Bar
In the hearing Tuesday night, I Association skit, and tours of the
Continued on Page TWu -F rOL bor iel p Students and maintainance men look over the statue of forimner campus will be aeld. The legisla-
University President Murphree as they remove it from the crate ina tors' barbecue will begin the aft-
SConstruction on the Student Co- which it arrived. The Muphree memorial will be dedicated at 3 ernoon events, followed by the
Od0 Grocery i's underway with Mr. pan. today by U. S. Senator Spessard HolRand. It will be located Florida-Miami football game, the
S spe d C sses oy Shock, Superintendent of the between Peabody Hall and the Library. President's reception and the "F"
Irniversit y Maintenance Depart- !. Club dance.
S p.- C, ay charge. g Senator Spiessard L. Holland
SShock T b't ~ -iewill make the dedicatory address
Classes will e suspended at 's dent body r ndes to hi call at the unveiling of the Memorial
lClasses'hW----besuspended ateShockd -b s -toh is call.in honor of Albeit A. Murphree,
3 p.m. today (Friday) until foc labor he cat not promise ath who before his. death served, for
completionrdate at any time in the ".17years as predcnt of the Uni-
Monday morning. This is being r ea: fut ure. Due to the critical 17 years as pres nt of the Uni-
done in order to allow -students shortage of labor the student body versity. The Men orial, a bnroe e,
to attend the dedication of the, will..have to be depended upon as life-sized statue, has been set up
..M .urphree "emori4 ijt-.san- -the :-chief source -of .,abor -At a n-eeting yesterday afternoon attended by repre-,in he patio between the Univer-
...n.-dtoday by .President:. Afmurgent appeal r~ part time setnati'e. of -he -student executivee council mand members Thomas n Guerney, chairman -aof the
S- l r e tn b Be aer of the Unihersity A-thletic C-onnil, the Athletic Board University Board of Costrol, will
r'epor to -eir. -42 O las .... X ol Y* pre d ntl e t fthe Co-Op- Coaker-.-_-er of to ,wi
Friday a' usuaL Contiued on Page EIGHT~passed the following motion: "Th-e prie ofda tickets make the speech of acpta .
for the Auborn, Villanove_ and President-.J j-n T gert
.tLeader f F K Ho eco inh Ca na- fooball gaies be preside at the dedication and Paul

Frats, Corms Aqain Vie
For Best lawn Dece aions
..By Ted Shurtleff
Old Grads and other visitors ambling auout the Gator
S'amnmis today are seeing a somewhat muted version of
"...,..".decorations for Homecoming in comparison to what they
". saw if they were here between
..".'1988 and 1941, the yeas of lavish the Director of Pesidence says,
.de-orating. "The boys'-with s, many of them
.'" -~' ter-nities have bravely fac- married-cen't fiu the time this
ed the scarcity of paper, linoleum vear but princip can't find the
and all the Dther materials which materials." S t boys in the
.. '"-o toward ornate decorating and iorms have cn --. ted on clean-
S have arrayed a pretty fair show ng up the s"' .ing grotmds
.f- r tie students of othtr years nd setting c-ut ':w welcome
but the dormitories couldn't (o signs.
These men planned University's largest Homeoeming. Those pictures, from left to right, are Frank it this year. But the fr't have done
Dunckwcrth, Fre ifdent of Blue Key, Nixon Butt, Chairamn of Homecoming, /1 Norman, Caairmann No Materialsi the best they c ---nd are hin
of the Gator Growl. A spokesman for the Office of' Continu-. :, Page Two

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2 THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR r h weeks under the constitution, (4)
that the fall class elections were
and friends of the Unive ailyx at. not postponed, and o5) that Har-
HOmecou mnl their home, 1200 East Boulevard. Continued from Page One ry Parham had acted erroneously
1 at 5 n.m. and the "F" Club dance Chancellor Stallworth called for During the trial Parham was
Cont nued 7 rom Pal-- During-theItrial Parhanm was
Contnud rom a O at thL University g'ym at 9 m any objection to the temporary or- represented by Jack (Sambo) Hay-
Ylanship, the noted sculptor of the will complete the davy. der being made permanent, and ward and Bill Durden, whereas
"Memorial, will also speak. pil Sphpt anney s ince none was forthcoming from! Johnson was represented by Jack
Exhibits are being planned .sonwasrepresented by Jack
Blue Key Banquet th Agricultural E emetS the Dixie counsel, the permanent i Murray and A. J. Barnes.
Following the hre d a- tin, the Agricultural perimInt Sta restraint was granted. Joe John-
tion today, the Floriphre .elc tin, the Engineering and Indus son, Gator chairman, emphasized-
tion today, the Florida Blue trial Experiment Station, the Uni- hat Maddox was- not a Gator
Key annual Homecoming banquet versity Library and the School oft member and that the Gators had i
will. be held at 5:30 p.m. at the Architecture and Allied Arts oted inber and special meeting not to Continued From Page One
University gymnasium. George Thse exhibits will feature spei- protest the decialmeetadline failure.t to Continued From Pae One
Sm-athers, congressman-elect and mens of progress by the Univer- heated competition with each
prominent Florida alumnus, will be sity in various fields, Florida Blue Johnson's p r o t.e st originated her to win the silver cup, now
the gudt speaker. ftwhenPrhampostponedbothe ;ec-other to win the silver cup, now i
the guest .speaker. Key, sponsors of the Homecoming, when Prhtam postponed both elec- Delta, which
At 8:15 p.m. the traditional Ga- will maintain an information bootl tions on the basis of a joint letter ild by Deta Tau Dternity with the
t-r Grown. with plenty of music, in Florida Union during the Homne- from the party chairmen protest- most attractive, original and ap-
cheers, fireworks, skits and other coming program. ,ing his failure to have published propriate decorations. a
festivious features, will be held at'iin the Florida Alligator the r pe-
Florida Field. The growl, with D. HuigS quired notice of the vacancies to Judging Tonight
P. (Billy) Matthews acting' asi Two special trains will arrive in be filled by the special. election to A committee of ,three is expect-
1Master of Ceremonies, will feature Gainesville on Saturday morning, be held simultaneously with the ed to make preliminary judgment
the Landon Lionettes, all-girl drill. with Gator alumni and Hurricane regular fall class elections. tonight and final decision some-
co'ps from Jacksonville, the Uni- advocates. The few available Separate Elections time tomorrow, according to Dean
versity of Florida Band in a mu- lodging spaces in Gainesvillewere Johnson's petition against Par- C. Beaty, p.cha irman ofer the
sical and drill number presenta- reserved months ago, but nearby ham was .based -". 'he contention j udg group The winn il nt
tion, the University Glee Club. towns are expected to accommo- that special elect'Ics to fill vacan- be nnouk. ced the first of next
Joe Harrison and his orchestra, date a large number of the over- cies are separate and distinct from
community singing and plenty of night guests. Many persons will the fall elections though they are Memoers of Dean Beaty's com-
cheering led by the pep squad. I return home after the game. ni- both held simultaneously. He mittee are Professor Constans and
Tumbling Slated versity officials warn that eating pointed out that he was not ques- Director of the school of Architec-
The students of the College of facilities in Gainesville will be tioning Parham's right in postpon- ture Arnett.
Physical Education, Health and taxed beyond capacity by the large ing the special election which he Sigma Tau. engineering honor-
Athletics will present for the first Homecoming crowd and advised and arl Durrance, Dixie Party ary frp.ternity, is responsible for
time a tumbling and hand-balanc- those coming for the day Saturday chairman, had requested on the the colored lights and floodlights
ing act. Another new feature will to bring along a basket lunch. basis of Parham's failure to file between many buildings.
be a skit entitled "Florida Serves The 21 social fraternities wxill notice of vacancies.
Her Students," which will satirize have smokers, dances, banquets. Court Upholds
the problems of the returned vet- open houses, and other festivious! The Honor Court upheld the' BEER'S TAILORS
eran at college, and as a climax events for the alumni and parents. Johnson petition in a five-count
there will be a gigantic display of The fraternity houses on the cam- verdict: (1) There were indeed Made to Measure Clothes
fireworks. pus have decorated their buildings, two elections involved, (2) that
Saturday morning's Phi Alpha as has been the custom in past proper objection had been made Alterations
Delta Homecoming breakfast will years for Homecoming. A cup to the special election, (3) that
have as its guest speaker Gover- will be awarded for the best deco- I therefore the special election was 421 W. University Ave.
nor Millard F. Caldwell. Justice ration. automatically postponed for two
Ehvyn Thomas of the Florida Su- --
preme Court will preside as toast-

mlasterl. .UBoth CaldwU\ell and Thom-
as are members of the legal fra-
ternity. The breakfast is slated,
for the Gainesville Service Center
.at 8:30 a.m.
PDP Ereakfast
The : i-k.: ielal frater-
nity will hold its breakfast at the
varsity Grill on Saturday morning:
at 8:30 a.m. and the past student
body presidents' breakfast is slat-
ed at the Florida Union at 8:15
a m. The traditional Coffee Hour
and- General Reunion of Florida
Alumni will be held in front of the
Union at 9:30 a.m.
At 10 o'clock a band concert will
be presented in front of the Flor-
i,ia Union and at '.0:30 a.m. the,
John Marshall Bar Association of
the College of Law will offer its
traditional skit satirizing the lawl
faculty. The first pe:.formance of
the skit, which annually packs the'
alumni in the aisles by featuring !
the eccentricities of the faculty,
will be held in the practice court-
room of the law building. Folr.w-
ing' the Bar Associatic:i skit on;
Saturday morning, the legislators'
barbecue will be held :it College
Park at 12 noon.
Game Is HiMhlight
The highlight (f the 39th An-
nual Homecoming will be the Flor-
ida-Miami football game. This
game will be the eighth since the
inception of the rivalry in 1938. and
a crowd of 2.),000 to 21,000 is ex-
pected. The ooening kickoff is
scheduled for 2:30 p.m.
President and Mrs. John J. Ti-.
P'rrt will be hosts to the alumni

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In spite of hardships brought on by a tremendously increased enrollment, life at the University goes on wit i the aid of temporary acco.unmiodations. Pictured above:
(upper left) M. M. Foster, left, of Avon Park discusses the evening's assignment with Roy Mercer, center, o Bunnell and R. .E. Foster of At)n Park. (Itpper right) Sur-
dents jam the sidewalks between classes as they pass ia front of the new temporary addition to the main library. (left center) Air Base students wait in line for chow ai
the Air Base mess hall. (right center) Mrs. Kenneth J. Horton holds daughter, Pamels while husband Ken "h'ts the books" in their "Trailvet Village" trailer. The Hortcrs
are from Lake Worth. (Lower left) J. D. Schwart, left; P. J. Lawrence, center; Earl A. Reagor, right; and R. H. Ellzey (legs dangling) quiz each other in their barracks
room at the Air Base. (lower right) students "coke up" during a noon-time lull at the Air Base soda fountain.
movement. Many other members B ^BL r 8 I station to all students' wives vA-j
Sof the co-operative survey conm-' aISu b i are interested in contract bridge'
Smittee also made valuable con-'. join the group at that time.
tacts without which the Co-op ans Ch anged --
Icould not have been a success. A
F building has now been ordered and The University Students' Wives Law Student W eds
0 ea land site leased from the Uni I Bridge Club announces the follow- ew enrollment n one of the
varsity. It is expected that the eiew enrolnent in one of the
market will open soon. ing changes in its fail plans: oe- oldest American institutions:
/ By Jim 11 acheck "We are suPIre that the C Op ginning Oct. 24, meeting- .ill be John Rawls, law student frori
By Jim Gollacheck Market will succeed because we held on Thursday afternouns at Marianna, and Helen Barfieli
Taking many hurdles in stride during the lasthecticwho arebeh behind it go- 2:30 at the Gainesville Recreation Itawkins of Macon, Ga., were
year, the university has accomplished much th-ough .the ing to make it succeed," said Tur- Center. married in Marianna, Fla., this
work of its students and student government. No small ner, president of the student body! The club extends a cordial invi- Sept. 18, last.
portion of credit is dule to the student body, which was for the 1946 summer session.
instrumental in securing veteran i War Memorial
housing, a cooperative grocery Kates, members of the Housing Plans for the War Memorial C A TLIOLCV ICES
store and many other campus im- Chapel have been suspended for
provements on their own hook. Investigation Committee, met in the present, although they will
Takpe for an exanmpie the work Atlanta w ith Mr. Charles Over- probably be resumed soon. C r a Il I
accoplished by students durig man, director of State -mpr'ove- Another student movement, the d, ra ne i a
his past summer. iment Commission, and Mr. G. F. constitutional amendments, failed
Four Major Projects Baughman, assistant business to pass because of a lack of inter- Opposite Thomas Hall, W. University Avenue
The four major projects which manager of the University, to con- ested students. The amendments
the summer session students fer with the heads of the Federal were not voted down; there just
worked on were: the hou g sitPublic Housing Authority. As re- was not enough votes to ratify Sunday Masses at 8:30 and 10:30
action, the Co-Operative Market, suit of this conference 300 addi- them. at ad
t ar e orai ec t tional housing units were ob- Plans are under way at present M asseS Weekdays at 7 and 7 :30
tutional amendments. tained, to consolidate the summer session
Through the work of many in- The Co-Op Market, the second and the regular session constitu- Rev. J. P. O'Mahoney, LL.B., Director
terested students many more hous- project carried out by students, tinn".
ing units were obtained. The Uni- was organized to enable the Uni-
versity requested one thousand versity students to obtain neces- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH AND
units; however, they were allotted sary. commodities at reduced FE I I f liI I f AEl I
only 326. When no other units prices. Progress of the Co-Op A PT ST T DE T 0
were allotted the students signed movement was kept secret until BAPTIST STUDENT UNION
.a petition asking for more hous- such time as it could not be
ing. On their own initiative a stopped by outside pressure.
group spoke with the Governor Mayberry Deserves Credit I
and sent the petition to their con- Ben H. Mayberry. jr., president
gressmen. of the board of di sectors, deserves FRED SCHOLFIELD
Went to Atlanta much credit for his great part in
Fred W. Turner and George organizing and directing the Co-Op DR. T. V. McCAUL Minister of Music
.Pastor Iand
Pastor Pastor's Assistant

You Are Cordially Invited to Attend
TOUR OF THE CAMPUS RAY, KOONCE, Baptist Student Secretary
1 1:00 A.M. and 7:30 P.M.-DIVINE WORSHIP
STARTING TIME -4:0 0 and 5:00 p.m., Friday, Oct. 18th 10:00 6:15 P.M.-BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
and 11:00 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 19th
FURTHER INFORMATION AVAILABLE AT INFORMATION DESK Be Sure To Visit Baptist Student Building-1840 W. University


Florida A//igator

Editor-in-Chief ...... Morty Freedman
Managing Editor ....... Walter Crews
Business M'anager ...... Edgar Davis
Johnny Jenrkins, Dee Van Wagenon, Associate Editors;
Jim Go4tacheck, Assistant Managing Editor; Elliot
Shienfeld, Featules Editor; Harold Herman and Stan
Tatleman Co-News Editors; Bernard Ward, Sports
George Kowkabany, Asst. News Editor; Marty Lu-
boy, Asst. Features Editor; Jordan Bittel, Asst. Sports
Editor; Bob MacLelsh, Copy Editor; Al Fox, Proof
Editor; J. Baxley, Rewrite Editor; Hank Gardner, Head
Cartoonist; Horance Davis, Jr., Fraternity Editor; Jean
Whitmore, Society Editor; Lois Scott Weiss, Asst.
Society Ed.; Danny Kohl, Exchange Editor; Lou Mei-
lel, Office Manager; Leo Osheroff, Head Typist; John
S. Brady, Asst. ReWrite Editor; Les Gleichenhaus,
Amusements Editor.
J. H. Bruening, C. J. Coursnon, H. E. Davis, C. E.
paw, A. J. Deskins, M. Dubbin, W. P. Dunlap, S. Fa-
ber, S. Freed, C. W. Goer, A. Goldman, G. R. Greg-
Dry, H. J. Hardy, G. E. Hathaway, R. Jacobson, R.
Kaye, P. Langston, W. R. Levin, R. A. Lopez, D.
Mills, L. Mirkis, E. H. Osborn, D. 0. Phelps, J. S.
Rigell. S. Schnier, B. C. Scott, L. Selden, G. Sleek,
H. A. Sohn. B. Sommers, H. W. Spitz, W. L. Stripling,
H. E. Watson, Alan Weston, H. G. Yardley, Albert
Siegel. J. K. Frazier, Jack Harper, Roger 0. Bouchard,
Bill Moor,.
Ken Richards, Assistant Business Manager; Albert
Carlton. Advertising Manager; Walter Martin, Collec-
tion Manager; George F. Gillespie, Jr., Bookkeeper;
Earl Pearson, Business Assistant.

Have A Bang-Up Time

Bouncing back to the scenes of thefr
carefree collegiate days, over 20,000
grads and dads will pour into Gainesville
:his week-end.
Beverages will undoubtedly flow like
vodka did in the streets of Moscow fol-
lowing V-E Day, and the old fraternity
quartets separated by the years wiil once
again reunite in ani attempt to give off
with something resembling melodious
And after it is over they will return to
their happy habitats extolling the vir-
tues of the "old Alma Mater."
But let us hope that when th-ey note
what we have gained in enrollment since
the war, they will also note the emer-
gency situation which has been thrust
upon us.
When they laud the fact that their
;Alma Mater has almost 6,500. under-
graduates. let them realize that many of
that number are li,,ing an Army-like life,
with barracks as homes, with "chow
lines" and theatre lines to "sweat out,"
and with classes running from early, in
the. morning to late at night.
Certainly we have a great University
-as a matter of fact from our point of
view it's tlhe greatest in the country -
but let us not lose sight of the fact that
nothing is so great that it cannot stand
Our student government is tops in the
nation; our Ag school, Law School, and
other schools have high standing in the
nation! we have our own University radio
station and our own University farm;
but we could have more.
We could have more permanent dor-
mitories; we could have a University
printing plant, a medical college, a den-
tal college, a college of Journalism, and
a Fine Arts college. We could even
improve the University by eventually
having a coeducational institution here.
But all of these things are merely food
for thought the main thing is that
we're happy to have you home again,
grads and dads- we hope you have a
rip-roaring good time on this, Florida's
39th and greatest Homecoming.

Our Apologies

To our alumni, student readers and
advertisers THE ALLIGATOR staff of-
fers its humble apologies.
We had originally planned a 16-page
full-size Homecoming edition, but due to
the national paper shortage and mari-
time strikes, which have caused many
metropolitan newspapers to eliminate ad-
vertising and cut new content drastically,
THE ALLIGATOR must come to you as
an eight-page tabloid.
To our readers we apologize for the
shortage in interesting news and featur-
es; to our advertisers, our apologies for
the: necessity of limiting advertising for
this issue.

"Nothing like the .University to make
a man of you, Son."

By Les Gleichenhaus
It's now Bob "Monslez reaucaire" Hope
for the country's king of Comediana arrived
yesterday at the Florida Theatre in a satiric
interpretation of Tarkington's famous novel
of the same nanie in which Bob Hope co-
stars with dreamboat Joan Caulfield. Any
similarity between the author's original work,
once a vehicle for the late boudoir breaker
R. Valentino, ends with setting, locate and
-title of the pic. The vision of Hope in satin
knee breeches, powdered wig, and in the guise
of France's Jacque de Ripper is enough to
send the disciples of hilarious comedy scream-
ing and streaming to the box office.
Bob plays Monsewer Beaucaire, barber to Louis
XV He goes a little further than most scalp-
trimmers in making himself annoying, and ,the
king sentences him to the King size' Gillette, ze
chopping block. Then the palace promenades
and bedroom skirmishes begin with lovely Miss
Caulfield. She is cast as the object of Hope's
bumbling affections, who finally gives in to his
wooing, probably from sheer exhaustion, that is.
HUBA Welcomne all ye Alumni, friends,
new Gators, old Gators, mother-in-laws of
all married Gators this is the BIG Week-
end, take heed of whats cooking...... The
U. S. Navy Band from Washington, D. C.
started the prelims with a concert last night
in the University Stadium..........Tonight
is the traditional Gator Growl...... This af-
ternoon the dedication of the Murphree
Memorial by Senator Holland will be held
...... Florida Blue Key will have banquet
tonight with Congressman-Elect George
Smathers as guest speaker...... Phi Alpha
Delta will 'present their annual Hcmnecoming
breakfast tomorrow....... Following t h e
Homecoming breakfast, the John Marshall
Bar Association will offer its traditional
skit satirizing the law faculty....... Tomor-
row is the piece-de-resistance when the
Gators tear into the Hurricanes at 2:30.
Fraternity Row will be rocking this weekend
with all sorts of entertainment planned........
ATO, Chi Phi, Tep and Sigma Chi are having
banquets, BarByues and other festivities......
Delta Tau Delta will have smoker and Tea dance
...... KA will have outing on their own lake
..... Kappa Sigma, among other things, will
serve Smorgasboard...... Phi Delts will elect
State President for the Association of Phi Delt
...... Pilams supping at the Legion Home......
Pi Kappa Alpha midnite breakfasting......
Theta Chi whooping it up at Club 400......
Don't miss the new Paragram movie entitled
"Ulcers on the Inside, Poison Ivy on ,the Outside
or The Doctor's Suit of Blue Surgery" featuring
Moronica Lake and "Pretty Boy" Vassar (his
name is Tufts but I would rather plug Vassar)-
have fun getting the inside dope on maternity
Last night one of the nicest club-restaur-
ants we've seen in a long time opened-"The
Club Fiesta" in Williston-steaks were in

Pa ranoia

By Alfred Kohn
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This column was written for the 1941 Homecoming
issue of the Florida Alligator by "Alfie" Kohn, then Associate Editor of The
Alligator. Kohn's wit is still timely though he himself, as Managing Editor
af Stars and Stripes, the Army newspaper in the Mediterranean Area, was
killed in action during the invasion or Southern France.)

John Q. Gator, Florida '42, had returned to his Alma
Mater, scene of those happy carefree college days so long
ago. After being in Siberia for years, he had decided
to make the trip halfway round the. world, to .attend
the 50th Homecoming of his class.
Of course, he was prepared for
you give it enough time. But, Mr. "old grads," the Siberian Saurian
Gator was hardly prepared for the looked up his old room. That is, he
rnetemorphosis that had taken made an ettort to stay a few min-
place between 1942 and 1992. utes within the walls that had once
Recalling the beautiful pines and carried his Petty pictures. But,
palms that blew and the buildings alas and alack, even the living
that nearly collapsed when he was quarters had undergone a change.
an undergraduate, our hero was Palatial structures covering acres
momentarily blinded by the splen- of ground had replaced the anti-
dor 'of the huge, new 20-story ad-, quated Murphree Hall 'ong ago.
ministration Hall. Lost as if in a Now, the modern campus alternat-
dream, he rode in its express ele- ed a men's dorm with a co-ed's,
vators, gingerly touched the mar- with accommodations for more
ble columns in its great reception than half of Florida's 12,307 stu-
hall, and wondered much at the dents, he read on the last page of
ice water available on every floor. the history.
New Bus And Home He needed rest and some rein-
From the observation landing, forcement for what was to come."
almost in the clouds to Gatorman Wandering into an eating place
Gator who remembered his classes across the street, he deamily or-
in Peabody basement, he surveyed dered scotch and soda. The shock
the campus and its hundreds of was too much when the polite
beautiful structures. With the aid waiter, brought the drink. He faint-
of field glasses mounted on the ed and had to be revived with a
wall of the landing, he could make plain old-fashioned limeade.
out the letters-College of Busi- Mr. Gator had not yet renewed
ness Administration on the "fa- cqa'tch.G e had not yet renewed
cade of a long four-story palace, acqua ntances with his classmates.
He remembered about the "integ- That could wait until after the
rity of povremembertyed about the "integ- football game, he thought. The
Question at hand was more import-
A strange noise, the hum of ant, how to get one of the 97,500
printing presses, struck him and s-ats. in Florida Field to watch the
he noticed it came irom an obvious- Fighting Gators strive to remain
ly-new building labeled College of undefeated against Minnesota. Al-
Journalism. Just then, a newspaper ready that season, Texas, Ford-
riding on the vagaries of the 'wind ham, Duke, -Notre Dame, and
blew into hs face. "Daily. Gator" ir, r, had tasted defeat
was the flag it cared. i,,,, ti rational champions who
Before leaving 1hi lofty perch, had risen from the Deep South.
the old alumnus was staggered by Almost inured to the,unexpect-
the covered walks that connected ed, John Q. Gator merely yawned
the almost-too-numerous to look at when the Gophers joined the other
classroom buildings and luxurious teams that had felt the Gators'
dormitories, power.
He watched, 'with a pang of re- He walked slowly back to the
gret that he was no longer a stu- mainHe walked slowly back to the
dent, the hundreds of boys idling must be .,,,- .V ,,-. ,the Un-
across the campus with lovely co- diversity he told h myself "No
eds. Oh, yes, he remembered read- school could be this perfect."
ing the headlines in. the Vladivos- Athletic Fields Built
tok Reindeer when the Unversity Athletic Fields Bui
of Florida had lifted its restric- How-true, how true! Our return-
tions against female students. ing grad passed the tremendous
Slowly reading a short history gymnasium and overheard a stu-
of the University since 1970, Mr. dent tell his dad of the 20 squash
Gator was startled by a blaze of courts and the 50-yard indoor pool
color that crossed his path. He and .
looked up to find it was only a A Japanese shell pounded
dozen or so rat caps on an equal through the thin walls of h's cable
number of freshmen. "November shack in Siberia, waking him from
21," he mused. Rat caps were a the reverie into which he had fal-
thing of the past by the millde of len while perusing the year-old
October when he had gone to invitation to "come home for
school. Homecoming." But, he died hap-
Murphree Hall Gone py in the though that he hadn't
As is the wont of, all returning missed so much after all.

SAll Over The Place

With Elliott Shienfeld
Rather than our being-"all over the place this week,
folks from all over are coming to us. With due deference
we dedicate our weekly reflections to all Florida men and
their ladies.
We hope we have upheld our responsibility in retain-
ing the standards of the alma mater. We like to think we have in
, some instances raises these standards. We may not possess the
finest football team in all Florida history, but we are "building, for
-the future," asithe radio announcer frantically reiterated during our
game with Tulane.
Perhaps the most-striking change the alumnus' notices is the great
increase in the size of the student body. Our increase in numbers
can hardly be 'unnoticed in the light' of housing shortages and lack
of hostelries On campus wehave already accustomed ourselves to
this situation.
Our answer is the fine American custom of doing things in several
shifts. Classes are attended in early and late shifts running from 7:30
a.m. to pass sundown. Local fraternities run dining rooms that must
accommodate as many as 150 persons. Considering the present meat
shortage, a prayer of plenty for ,the boys in the following shift is
usually included in saying Grace. Shifts are arranged in transferring
students to and from Army barracks serving as dorms and located
several miles from town.
Some students have shifted to ,the Florida State School for Women.
Our reports from these boys have been scant, chiefly through their
reluctance to leave their studies. 'They have made little contact
with the oustide world since their arrival at Tallahassee. However,
spasmodic reports indicate favorable progresses.
A unaccustomed eve may find a late lunch quite strange. Yet
froyn not upon these would-be slow pokes. They are victim of a
superior system. Be not surprised if you notice runners of olympic
style whiz past. They are no doubt bringing vital news from. Tally
or the Air Base. Of our venerated alumni we only ask a kind and
understanding heart. Notice and realize that in truth we are grow-
ing and that Florida is building for the future.

916Z. roper Ave., Qamnesville,
Schedule OfEvents la., Oct. 14, 1946.
The Florida Alligator. tit
I Dear Editor: After having read
Following is the schedule of social ents for Homecoming your article concerning the expla- Cw
Week-end: nations given by Mr. Reed, local 4 .
UN1IVERSITY-Murplhree Memo-i TDELTA Hi-'Infornal dance. 1, Veterans Administration head, as
body; oigan re;talip nm.,F riday. night, Friday,house:barbeleII to why the "GI" subsistence
University auditorium; coffee hour a.m., Saturday, house: informal tea, checks went be here until Dec. 1,
and general reunion, 9:30 a.m., Sat- a p.m, Saturday, 2122 lroome St.: and possibly later, I still don't .
urday, Florida Union; band concert, dinner andt open house, 6 p.m., Sat- quite understand a few things.
10 a.m., Saturday, Florida Union. urday, hou se.understand a fewthings.
FLORIDA BLUE KEY- Banquet, DELATA TA; DELTA-Open house, Just why, other than the very/ m.
5:30 p.m., Friday, University gym; 2 p.m.,- Friday, house; buffet sup- poor excuses iven by Mr Reed,
Gfator Growl. 8:15 p.m., Friday, Flor- per, 6 p.m., Friday, ,o:use: alumnipoor excuses By Dr. William H. Joubert
ida Field; legislators' barbecue, 12 smoker, 10 a.m.. ,Saturday. house; should it take so long to receive JOUBERT
noon, Saturday, College Park. pop dance, 9 p.m., Saturday. house; the check? After all, we did reg-
PHI ALPHA DELTA--Breakfast, breakfast, mn idnig it, Sa-:irday, ister 'way back on Sept. 26. Two 11his is one of those rare occasions where college prof-
8:30 a.m., Saturday, Gainesville Rec- house.u
reationC enter. KAPPA ALI'HA -eception, :, and a half months is an unreason- essors are discussed by a college professor not by a dean
PHI DELTA PHI -Break'ast, 8:30 p.m.. Friday, house; barbecue, 6 p.m., able, unnecessary, inexcusably long of soe other parasitical protuberance on the body acad-
a.m.. Saturday, Varsity Grill. Friday. house; alutnui meeting, 10 time for them to come thrc.gh. some other parasitical rotuberance on the body acad-
JOHN. MARSHALL ItR ASSOC'I- a.m., Satuirdty, house: lunch, ,noon.nc.
ATION-Skit, 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Saturday, house; buffet dinner, 6 Maybe it hasn't been realized
Law building-practice courtroom. p.m., Saturday, house, that there are a heck of a lot of We pedagogues are not the freaks the movies and
DEAN BEATY-Breakfast, 8:15, KAI'PA SIGMA-Open house, all guys on the campus who are' de- magazines make us out to be.
Saturday, Room 208, Florida Union day Friday, house: tea dance, 5 .m., pending solely on the government action to be taken by my good few ofs carryclosed u-
I'PESIDENT JOHN J. TIGERT- Saturday, house; barbecue, 6:30 pi.mn., action to be takene o us y closed u
Open house, 5 p.m., Saturday, 1200 Saturday, house. for an education. friend, Congressman Emnory H. brellas in the rain, have long hai
East Boulevard. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Ol,en I'm sure you can asily under- Price, who, I assure you, has been or walk like women. Most of
"F" CLUB-Homecoming dance, 9 house, all day Friday, house; open I'm sure you can asily arnder- Price, ho, assue you, has been jusal ordinary fellows lik
p.m., Saturday, University gym. h, use,- all day Saturday, house; buf- stand just what I mean. If you properly notified of the situation. e u r ary fello T le
ALPHA GAMMA RHO Alumni fet supplr, 6:00 p.m. Saturday, house, can't, then take a few minutes of Respectfully yours, your friends and neighbors. There
smoker, 8, p.m., Friday, house; pit PHI DELTA TiIlEtFA Alumni nnyyour time and ask so of the fel- JOE are wild varieties among us. We
barbecue, noon, Saturday, house; ii'- meetir g, 11:00 a.m. Saturday, s; your time and ask some of the fel- JOE DONEY, JR. have social climbers, lonesome
formal dance, 8:30 p.m., Satprday, smoker and buffet supper, 6:30 Ip.m. lows about it.
house; breakfast, midnight, Satur. Saturday, house; luncheon, 12:30 p. 1). bachelors, .teetotalers, a fe w
day. house. S'Lunday. house. I don't expect this letter to T e brainy men and a surprising nun -
ALPHA TAI OMEGA-Buffet sup- PHIll ..GAMMA .-DELTA Alumni bring about any action because of i I hber of stupid oafs.
per, 6 p.m., Friday, house; -._.fi'. ,,,-. ....i .. ,,,, ... Saturday, house; the fact that I don't possess any
hour. 10 a.m., Saturday. house r ,-i I... ...... ..... .1- dinner, noon I, For several years the ic ist ;Ui
fet dinner, .m.noon, Saturday, hou .... 1i, ...- e, 7:00 p.m. Sat- high titles; nor am I a "big Continued 1'rom Page One ly discussed issi.' parion Is sha-
buffet supper, 6:30 p.m., 'r.i -.I house, wheel" in any political organiza- ibeen our salaries. Recently t
house; open house, 7:30 r i fAPPA ALPHA-tBuffet1 inch, tion. I do, however, expect some reduced to 50 per cent of the or- University emlloved c t ey .
urday, house. I1. :A1san. Saturday. ho "se: u ifet pee e University emlo nycilia',
BETA THETA PT-^lnmn, i-.i ipper ndd open house, 6:00 p.m. Sat- .m. Stigiona price." a, housemen, some at higher pay 'n xe-
11 a.m.. Saturday, ,,,.., ....I-.. ..r, KAI-PA PHI-Open house, 5:00 ha lnalquet and1 open house, 7:00 p.m. ounc nm.ie holdovers recrve, although so *
house, noon, Saturc ,. ,.. r.,, i,'riday, house; break fast, 1:00 t' a't) Iolday c hous e, 7 p Student Council Prexy Harry of us actually taught several c.
uprTe', 6 p.m., Satturday, house. p,.m. Friday, house; luit-h 1nid snm.oker, P [o ri ,day, PtfI-Open ioutse, Parham recommended the above iewomes Te metenc
CHI PHI-Open house, S p.m., F'ri- n on Saturday, house; buffet suI noon Pi1. nouse;tt ff t supper, m ino bth e the newcomers. The emergency
day, house; alumni dinner, 6 p.m., Fi:01 pmn. Saturday, house. su :30 p'i. Saturday. house; entertain- motion on behalf of the Student of ,the moment is supposed t
Friday, house; smoker, 7 p.m., Fr'i- PHI KAPPA TAIT Open house, mernt. 7:30 p.m. Saturday, undisclosed. Executive Council and upon ,the justify such discrimination But
:1ay, house; buffet lunch, 11:30 a.m.; noon Fr'day. house; buffet supper, SIGMA IALPI-Ti -'PSILON-Aliinti approval of Dr. Klein Graham, we fear that if we accept this it-
Saturday, house; dinner and danc- 6:00 ,... ;day, house; Har-R-Q, smoker, 7:00 p.m. riday li house; A;'in- Business Manager of the Univer- justice with awe accet this ine
ing. 6 p.m., Saturday, house. noon -, ,.,, i .house; alumni smok- erva lunch. 11:30 a.m. Saturday, ndis- business Manae of the Unver- justice wth a Mortimer Sne
closed: buffet supper and open house, sitv. the mention was passed. grin we will be smoothing the
**-- .... ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 I00IiAr.iurYBi nal cmBuffetilsuper 6:00 The athletic association issued seats of our pants for another
p.m. Friday, house; buffet lunh, noon the following statement: "In view kick.
W ELC O M E D A Dhouse; buffet sul. 6:00 of the difficulties of meeting the M
..au .otse.any obstacles impede :r
p.m.1 1llSaturday, ahouse.bretkfast, 2.30 athletic budget and in the light of fight for a decent living. a o Lel.
SG NU-uffet lunch 11:00 a.m.the present contractual obligations year our faulty salary committee
Saturday, house; reunion banqai meentered into in good faith by the made a persuasive appeal before
A A LUI a 6:30 p.m. Saturday, house. made a persuasive appeal before
"SIGOMA HPIT ]'IPSILON Alumni athletic association of the Univer- the legislature, but these nobil
A N D A LU M N 'and chapter meeting, 10:30 p.m. Fri- sity of Florida with the Univer- efforts were largely nullified bhl'
ay, IIouse; open house, noon Satur- cities of Miami and Georgia, made the President of FSCW, who test
luay. house; bulffet supper, 6:00 p.m. the President of FSCV, who test1-
Saturday, house; informal dance, S:00 even more complicated by the lin- fied that the salary level at his
p.m. Saturday, house. ited seating capacity of the sta- institution was satisf ltory. Sa)-
Today STUDENTS 30c 1 open house, 6:30 p.m. Friday. house; dia, it is not feasible to make any aries there are much lower tha.
S8alihmiI meeting, 11:00 a.m. Saturday, changes in the price of tickets in the University's and are far frola
Saturday ON SATURDAYS 'house; buffet supper, 9:00 p.m. Sat- the Miami and Georgia games." satisfactory to my FSCW faculty
i THETA CIHI-Alumni smoker, 8:00 Appointed by Parham friends, with whom I taught fo.'
--p.m. Friday, house; al i oen iee 0g, The committee which met with five years. (See AAUP Bulletin,
\\' ''~'F -\10:00 a.m. Saturday, house: banquet, the members of' the athletic asso- May, 1942; pp. 664-665 in Univer-
,[i J _j -_ \\\\ \7:00 p.m. Saturday, house; open house, citation was appointed by President sity library, for proof that vera-
S 9:00 p.m. Saturday, hou se; breakfast, Harry Parhm at the last execu- city is the best policy
tive council meeting. Most of us deeply a.Lached t
..... f.. .I. I Il I \ Also on the agenda of the coun- the University and want it to be-
SR ..:M-I- cil was the approving of the ap- come a great seat of learning. But
B B ointment of John Crews to the the proliferation of administrative
S' P C1 1d .. position of secretary of veterans personnel, which seems to have a
A U.... iIDnI E affairs, and also that of Walter rabbit's power of procreation, dis-
U.,, Crews as Managing Editor of turbs us. We don't like to he
:." / / / THE ALLIGATOR. directed or judged by administrai
/: / J / '( / 7 ) tors who have never taught or
a*t Ai who would be complete flops f
ti E' Ohnson Name they tried to reach. My colleagues
11 ^^ AW P PES ,) Johnson Named "Tr efhagao
P1 .and I also resent the false' notio'i
..I # y II Ad II that teachers should automati-
SGargoyleA isorV S really receive less pay than ad-
'' L ?ministrators. I believe inspired
-Professor M. H. Johnson of the teaching and truly original rc-
-'? School of Architecture and Allied search, not administrative folder-
S' ':-- Arits was selected as faculty ad- ol, make a great University.
-,':, PAIPI I'3OWlfS M 0PIORIE RtfNOlDS visor of the Gargoyle, honorary I don't like long teaching hours,
S".f, .~ architectural fraternity, at a re- large classes or petty committee
cent meeting. work because they reduce the
Si t The selection of Professor John- time I should devote to research,
FREE FO BALL.. SHOW Saturday 11:30 son was unanimously approved by relaxation and refreshments. I
FREE FOOTBIALL SHOW Saturday 11:30 the organization, President War- oppose the emphasis on football
ren Hendry announced. Initiation which has made the same almost
Barbara Reed in "The Missing Lady" of new members is set for ,the professional. The fact that tlc
near future, Hendry said. University radio station advertiE-
N A A es snuff, patent medicines anl
SUNDAY AND MONDAY Four veterans organizations are presents soap operas, hill-billy
,,'..-.IL RD SMOK ING active on the campus at the Uni- bands and advice to lovesick
c- Lrel Jeanne Wilaml '"I varsity of Florida. dopes 'is, in my opinion, anrt an-
WILDE H CPAIN EYTHE i nomination and a disgrace.
Linda Walter Cn: a:e But there is much about my job
DARNELL-BRENNANI ENNETT P I do like; the students, especially
,rm' the serious-minded veterans who
'" "i are so mature and earnest; my
.um IE N faculty colleagues, especially the
intellectual and liberal ones; tl:he
opportunities for constructive re-
, I., Isearch; the academic freedom ant id
--.I.. IMPORTED *the University's tremendous pos-
,In TICNCOLOR!I P RE Dsibilities for future development.
BRIAR I also like for my old friends,
classmates and former students ,t&
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY drop by to see me at Homecoming.

""Air Base Cafeteria, will be open
.to students and their guests dur-
ing the week-end of the Home-
",.F','F Hocoming game
01COLLIER Saturday: 7-8:30, breakfast;
FRED BRADY. JUNE LOCHART 1-1, ; 7-9, dinner, Sunday;
KELY DON PORTER 7:30-8:30, breakfast; 11:45-1:45,
DONe B t;d.ii'n' dinner; 515-6:30, supper.

sWill Have PlentyOf Sandwiches And Drinks for

Across From Science Hall -Carry-out Friday and Sat. (Homecoming)

A o A U U


Ancient Annuals Kecord iSeminole Starts Tihela hi; P1
Gator Homecoming Wins Beauty Contest
By Bernard Warer Pat O'Neal, editor-in-chief of
This is the day that distinguished old gentlemen anid some that the Seminole, announced this
are not so old, rub elbows with young men who wear rat caps. This week that contributions to the
is the day when old grads relieve the days of their youth. It is the beauty contest for the 1947 y
39th annual Homecoming,~ high- Seminole are now being accept- f By Bil
39 l ighted by the Florida-Miami ed. Everyone wishing to enter First lopd for the 1946 I
lighted by bothe eaFlo frida-Miami venge, beat the Gators in 1937 and a contest, is urged to do so at one of tfl.I]argi1. and one
game with both teams out forre-40 by scores of 12 to 0 and 21 to .the earliest possible date. the camuS as Theta Chi
venge. 7. Sandwiched in between these the campus as Theta Chi wo
Going back in the annals of defeats were victories over Mary- shoe ainl Phi Delta Theta w
time, some musty old records show land in 1938 and 40. Senator Holland The Theta Chi's won ove
us past Homecoming days of glory Glorious Victory
and some that were not so glo- The most glorious victory in re- W Speak M n.
pious for Gator fans. From 1924 cent years came in 1941 when Speak Von.
to 1930 the Gators ran up a Home- Florida pulled the biggest upset At it M~Pias -rl'es
coming winning streak, beating in the Southeastern Conference by .A-i n
Drake by 10 to 0, Walke Forest by beating a great Georgia Tech Snator Spessard L Holland wil 1937-38; .- O'Connell. 1938-39;
24 to 3, Clemson by 33 to 0 and i team, 14 to 7. Senator Spessard L. Holland will 1937-38; O'Connell1938-39;
13 to 0, and Mercer by 32 to 6 and ~ississippi State beat Florida, address a joint meeting of the Ga- Ed Rood, .3i i0 John McCarty,
73 to 0. 26 to 12, in 1942, but our old friend tor Veterans and the John Mar- 1940-41; L-ouis:.'afer, 1943-44; Wil-
First Defeat Maryland was back on the sched- shall Bar Association in the main liam E. Rion, 'X944-45; William R.
Then in 193u, came the first ule, so we won, 14 to 6, in 1944. auditorium Monday (Oct. 21) at Colson, 15-6; and Harry Par-
,Homecoming defeat. A stunning In '45, Florida after outplaying 7:30 p.m. The subject of his ad- m 1946- student body presi-
20-to-0 defeat by Alabama's Vanderbilt for most of the game, dress is not yet known. At that u t body presi-
mighty Crimson Tide. This start- dropped a 7-to-0 ball game. time Senator Holland will install dent.) ,-
ed a series of defeats, which end- 1946 ? We'll know for sure to- the newly-elected officers of the Some Not Heard From
ed in 1934. During this period, morrow, but while there's life Gator Veterans. Not .,, n,ii.:i, as yet are: R.
the Gators lost to Georgia, 33 to 6, there's hope. Following his address to the Ga- Rader 1909-10; 0. S. Miller,
and Georgia Tech, 6 to 0 and 19 tor Veterans and John Marshall .a 1-1 i
to 7h, Bar Association, Senator Holland 1912-13; P. F Collins, 1916-17; E.
In 1934 Florida beat a fine Tech StultS New Head will speak to the public, also in D. Beggs, 1918-19; W. J. Bivens,
the main auditorium. Due to un- 1921-22; R. L. Earnest, 1923-24;
team, 13 to 12, in a thrllig con- A f foreseen delays, he was unable to M. at, 194 R M
test. aryland, in 1935, beat he a Of Local AVC fon een dea y h w as unabrto M. L. Yeats, 1924-25; E. R. Mc-
t appear here Oct. 16, as was pre- 92526 B. F. Mizel!, 1927-
Gators by 20 to 6, and in 1936 were Royal W. Stults was named viously planned. gill, 1925--26; B. F. Mizell, 1927-
beaten by the Gators in a 7-to-6 chairman of the American Veter-i 28; W. D. Duckwall, 1929-30; E.
thriller. ans Committee at'a recent meet-' A Dixie Beggs, 1930-31; W. A. Her-
Georgia Tech, thirstinm for re- ing. Other officers elected include IO T M t, in, 1932-33-, W. C. Sherrill, 1934-
Gordon B. Pyle, vice chairman; 35; and Charles Sherman, 1941-
MAY THIS BE THE Donald 0. Hartwell, secretary; The International Relations Club 42.
GREATEST i Robert G. Smith, recording secre- will meet Monday, Oct. 21, at 8 0. W. firane, 1910-11- M. F.
tary, and Franklin Doty, treas- p.m. in the Florida Union, it has Brown, 1917-18; and Selwyn Ives,
HOMECOMING OF urer. been announced. 1931-32, a-re deceased, and Hubert
Doty is a member of the Univer- All members and faculty and Schucht, 1936-37, and William W.
ALL! WELCOME sity College faculty and is a C-i students wishing to join, are urged Corry, 1942-43, were killed in
ALUMNI AND instructor, to attend. World War II.

GEO. RAFT I 0 0 \
"NOB HILL" 5 4
IN \ 0

out of six. McCreavy won over
Tavel two for two. Craig defeated
Michaels two straight, and Thomp-
son won over Towers two straight.
In winning these events both
fraternities got off to a fast start
toward the cup for the winning
In their bid for the doubles the
Theta Chi boys won victories over
SPE-s, Kappa Sigma, SAE's and
the KA's in the finals. In the sing-
:!s the Phi Delts won over the
SPA's, Delta Tau Deltas, ATO's
and Phi Gamma Delta, and the
SSigma Chi.
Other Leagues Start
The independent and dormitory
league matches are now in full
swing as some 35 teams have gone
into action this week. By the end
of the week the field will be nar-
rowed down considerably for the


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Phi Delts Win
In the singles Phi Delts won a
one-sided victory over the scrappy
Signma Chi three by taking six out

hi Cefse Cop

ll Boyd
ntramural race was draw by
of the smallest fraternities on
on the doubles tourney horse-
0on the singles.
er the Kappa Alpha men in
three straight matches. Raw.ls and
Ulser won over Godfrey and May
two out of three and Lewis and
Passiglia won over Godfrey and
Brice two out of three. I .the third
match Chafin and Stokes won two
straight over Miller and Campbell
of the KA's.


Boxing Workouts Gator Pep Club
Sr Sponsors Rally

A pep rally is slated for 7:30
p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24, officials
of the Gator Pep Club have an-

Intramural boxing for 1946 got nounced. Purpose of the rally
underway Monday with workouts is not only to send the football
in the old gym boxing room. Super- team off for the North Carolina
vised conditioning is taking place game but also to pave the way
under the watchful eyes of Coach- for better school spirit.
es Fuller and Cherry, Varsity box- The Gator Pep Club, sponsor
ers Art Callen and Al Young, and of the rally, urges all Florida
Boxing Manager Jerry Klein. men to turn out for the rally.
Popular Sports They promise plenty of songs
The popularity of the sport can and cheers for the team.
be seen by the large turnout, over
ninety men being handled in the
first two days. To take care of Gator Band Set
such a large group, and still g've
each pug the training he needs, a For Performance
novel system has been worked out. During Half-Time
The leather slingers are split Hup u n al I 8* e .1
into different units, each working The Fighting Gator Band, no
on a d fferent phase .of training, longer under war-time restrictions,
Conditioning Activity will have an opportunity to per-
Bag punching, rope skipping, form for a record-breaking crowd
this week-end.
shadow boxing, rope climbing, and ths HAS 80 EN
other activities follow, each other Eighty men strong, the UniVer-
i. rapid order. thus giving every- sity Band is under the direction
one a crack at all types of work- of Prof. DeWitt Brown and will
outs. This is all topped off by be led through its maneuvers on
sparring under close control of the the field by .Olin T. Richards;
coaches. Errors are pointed out for considered by many as one of
all to see, and profit by. Plenty of the best drum majors in the
equipment is available, and there South.
is adequate room for all comers. Richards came to the band in
Bouts Start Oct. 28 1940 from Sarasota High School,
Regular mural bouts start Oct. where he served as drum major
28. with scraps in all eight divis- for two years. He has returned to
icns, which include 120, 121, 135, the University after serving in the
145, 155, 165, 175, and unlimited Army for 39 months.
classes. Boxers will be held to NEW UNIFORMS
strict poundage limits, weights list- The band, outfitted in their new
ed. above being the maximum in i uniforms for- the first .public per-
each class. No man will be able to formance of the season, will be
fight. out of his:weight, thus assur- out to show up the Miami Band,
ing evener competition, and more ; which: will also perform at the
action for the fans. game.

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500 Extra Ducats
Go On Sale Toda1
All tickets for the Florida-
Miami Homecoming f o o t b a 1
game were sold out yesterday,
it was announced by Percy
Beard, athletic business man-
In order to accommodate the
numerous, requests for tickets,
500 additional bleachers will be
set up. Tickets for the addition-
al seats will be on sale today
at the new gym.

Florida Midnight
Movies Are Free
The third in the present-series
-of Midnight Shows will be pre-
sented this Saturday night after
the Florida Miami football
game. The Florida Theatre
doors will open at 11:15 and
students will be admitted free
to see Barbara Reed in "The
Missing Lady." Student Activity
books must be presented in
order to gain admission.

Union Desk Has
'46-47 "F" Books
Students who have not .yet re-
ceived copies of the 1946-47 "F"
Book may call for them at the
Information Desk, Florida Un-
ion at any time before Sunday,
October .26. Distribution will be
discontinued onthat date.


614 West Un


UrivrsRtv Branch
1910 W. Univ. Ave.




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Largest Crowd To

SWatch Game Sal.,

<' i[^ Miami Favored
S./ By Jordan Bittel
The air will be filled with
.J TrHE GMOR.S footballs tomorrow after-
TRIPLE TAREAT noon when the University of
"' MAN/ Florida's airminded fighting
MA/ Gators entertain Miami Uni-
versity's powerful Hurrican-
es in the 39th annual Home-
S TOuR tY i VAIO coming football game at
CjAME MAk ,REE. r Florida Field.
ATiONi Ai,4,T Coach Ray "Bear" Wolf will
,11 AM! send his Gator charges out onto
the gridiron both mentally and
physically prepared to pull one of
the season's biggest upsts.
Strong coposit'An
The Hurricanes will present one
E i.id of ,their strongest teams in his-
*AT E ,,',H tory featuring hardrunning backs
SDavey Eldredge, former Miami
-" High School, Georgia Tech, and
-''' | 0 .:' Navy star; Co-Captain Harvey
Ghaul, the nation's leading punter
-/ "" last year; Al Hudson of Orange
SI Bowl fame; Hl fame; Hal Johnston, an-
other star developed while serv-
ing with the Navy; Ed Injay-
., chock; Bob McDougal, Ed Ruzom-
'. berka; Bill Krasnai; and more.
Frantz And Klein
On ,the line the Hurricanes will
Shave Co-'Captain Bill Frantz, All-
American service guard Chuck
Klein, and pre-war U. of M. star
Harvey James.
Universe l GOlfer Despite the heavy odds favoring
U niv ersity Goler the Hurricanes from Miami Coach
C M e t Harding has prepared his team
JCOreS in M eet for a tough battle. He said last
y I week, "The Florida game has al-
By Albert Siegel ways been a tough one for us. We
M. F. Turner, a University stu- will look for the young Gators ,to
dent, scored a 154 total to finish' give us a hard scrap right down.
third in the National American to the finish."
Legion Golf Championship held in End Coach Walt Kichefski of
San Francisco on September 24. the Hurricanes, who has scouted
36-Hole Tourney all the previous Florida games for
The tournament was a 36-hole' Miami said, "I talked with the
play won by Bill Williams of Florida players before their games
Oklahoma with a 152. Turner had with Tulane and Vanderbilt and
bad luck on the 14th and 15th of all they could talk about was how
the last 18 holes. 'On the 14th he they wanted to beat us. Regard-
lost a ball whi,%-i cost him a two less of who wins I'am looking for-
stroke penalty and on ,the 15th ward to a tough and exciting foot-
he lost another stroke by knock- ball game."
ing one out of bounds. Gators Out To Win
Winning a preliminary tourna- The Gator players ;themselves
ment in Lakeland on August 19 have expressed the feeling that
qualified Turner to represent Flo- except for Georgia they want to
rida in the national tournament, beat Miami more than any other
A native of Gainesville, Turner team on their schedule. In an
was recently discharged from the attempt to bolster the Gator for-
Naval Air Corps. This is his first ward wall. Coach Wolf has mov-
year at the University. ed 6 ft. 4 in. Jim Robinson to
an end post from the center posi-
e M ee Sattin he has been accustomed to
Net Meet Slated playing.
A a The Saurians will sorely miss
For Next M onday the passing of Billy Parker, their
ace tailback, who is out for the
Monday afternoon at 4:30 a season with a wrenched knee
meeting will te held at the bas- suffered in the Vanderbilt game.
ketball court for all men inter- Possible substitutes for the pass-
ested in playing varsity tennis. jog wizardry of Parker are Billy
Professor Haivey Schnell of the Mims Gasper Vacaro, Hal Grif-
Physical Education Department fin and Charley Hunsinger
will be in charge and will give out Starting Line-up
Slanks for the boys who report to Coach Harding hasannounced
fill out and as soon as possible he the following starting lineup; on
will start fall practice. This meet- the ends for Miami will be Don
ing is just to get some idea how Kennedy and John Mell; at the
many want to come out for the ke s i a l
team and give the coaches an idea tackle spots Bill Frant and Al
on what kind of material is in the Adler; at the guard positions
school. Mario DeMarco and Chuck JUeia';
at center Harvey James; -ad im
the backfield quarter Eddle Rie-
omberka at quarter, Hal Johnston
SB at left half, Ed Injaychook at
right half, and -Harwy Maul at

Game Movies To
.EANING Hit Florida Union
According to an announcement
,A made this week -by Bill Moor,
university Ave. -. chairman of the Florida Union
Committee on Picture Shows,
066-2477 there will be a showing e
V66-2 7 Wednesday night of a- preceding
'Florida football game. The pic-
tures will be shown in Technicolor
at the Florida Union auditorium
at 8:30. There will be a play-by-
play description of the games giv-
Air Base Office en- at each performance by a mem-
ber of the University of Florida
Building 143 coaching staff.
The schedule of pictures is as
follows: Oct. 23, Florida va. Tu-
lane; Oct. 30, Florida vs. Vander-
bilt; Nov. 6, Florida vs. Miami;
No. 13, Florida ve. .North Caroliaa;
S(student driver) ov0, Florida vs. Georgia; Nov.
L(stu ent driver 27, Florida vs. Vitanova; Dee. 4,
Florida vs. North Cairdlai State;
Dec. 11, Florida vs. Aubuan.


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Phone 471

Fall elections were not
Available at ALLIGATOR
Election results for the presstime Last night.

.4 Message for Every Veteran

in College

October l'946

Dear Sir:

Now that you are back from doing a
good job, your concern is to get a good
education quickly--to make up for the war-
spent years.
'The world is still in bad shape;
each new day finds fresh trouble. Old
values are changing. Your cost of living
has zoomed since 1941.
We should like to point out some
values which haven't changed. They will
interest you.
SMost Arrow shirts (including whites)
still sell for less than $3.50.
I Most Arrow neckties still sell for $1 and

3 Arrow shorts, sports shirts and handker-
| chiefs are still reasonably priced.
Every Arrow product retains its pre-war
q quality and workmanship.

All Arrow shirts and shorts and
A. Atrow sports shirts are Sanforiz
labeled-can be washed with less
Because of the demand, A]
shirts are still darn scarce. But
find one-and we hope you do-we gu
you and your wallet will be complete
Sincerely yc

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Jobs Now Open AuiSI 0Aa Will
A number of part-time jobs
open for students, skilled and un-
skilled, especially for morning
hours; three full-time secretarial(a p 0
jobs, college degree required; one
expert secretary-bookkeeper. If
interested, report to Room 3, Alumni of the University-honored guests at the thirty-
Language Hall. ninth a-inual Florida Homecoming this week-end--will
J. Ed Price gather for -their annual business session at 11 o'clock
Saturday morning at Florida Un-
ion when action will be taken on
HOmeComing Cel ebritSes the re-activation of alumni clubs
S... throughout the state.
s ... Prior to the general session, the
Executive Council of the Alumni
Association will meet with Presi-
.. dent L. K. Edwards to take action
S < .' on the appointment of an executive
''- secretary, a post vacant since 1942
.when Frank Wright, former sec-
rotary, went into service. The
S, council meeting Is slated for 9:30
a. m., also in Flo, Ja Tnion.
R4 F.f Clubs Reactivatie'l
S. Alumni clubs have already been

IDIANS who are scheduled to par-
ticipate in the University of Flo-
rida's thirty-ninth annual Home-
coming this week-end in Gaines-
ville are Senator Spessard L.
Holland, left above, Governor Mill-
ard F. Caldwell, right above, and
Congressman-Elect George Smath-
ers, left. Senator Holland will
make the dedicatory address at
the unveiling of the Murphree
Memorial Friday afternoon; Gov-
ernor Caldwell has been invited to
attend the annual Florida Blue
Key Banquet as an honor guest
and after-dinner speaker Friday
evening and Congressman Smath-
ers is scheduled to be principal
speaker at the Blue Key banquet.
Sports highlight of the week-end
will be the football game between
the Florida Gators and the Miami

reactivated in seven cities includ-
inog Jacksonville. Gainesville, Mi-
ami, Orlando, Tallahassee, Mari-
anna and Washington, D: C., ac-
cording to Mrs. Lillian P. Relihan,-
chief clerk of the association.
Florida Blue Key and Alpha
Phi Omega will cooperate with the
Alumni .Association in register-
ing all alumni who attend Home-.
coming, committee chairmen said
today. Four booths will be set up
on the campus where alumni will
be requested to register both their'
home addresses and their address-'
-o, for the week-end. The registra-
tion will enable old grads to lo-
cate classmates while in Gaines-
ville and will serve to bring Alum-
'i Association address books up to

Continued from Page One
ato ..o ex-Seabees, ex-Army En-
gineer personnel, and any others
interested in furthering this pro-
ject and speeding its completion.
Those interested should contact
I M'. Shock as soon as- possible.
Prevailing wages will be paid de-
pending on the individual's partic-
ulai skill.

A Serious Appeal

To All Univ. Of Fla. Students And OCur Guests

1. The flow of cars to "Homecoming" will doubtless mean the flow again of liquor in great quantities in Gainesville.
2. The unprecedented number of cars expected will m-ake driving dangerous for every motorist and pedestrian in the city, and on
its approaches, even if every driver is sober,
3. The bootleggers are again looking forward to record sales over the week-end. They pay your public treasury no taxes.
-4. It is an offense, punishable under law by fine or imprisonment, or both, to possess, distill; sell or t-ransport alcoholic ,liquors in
Alachua County.

5. The people of Gainesville are trying to make your years at the University both pleasant and profitable in an enduring
der the greatest difficulties of crowding and shortages.

way, cun--.

6. Classes resume Monday morning, 7:40, October 21.


As gentlemen, will you not help keep "Homecoming" sober and enjoyable for yourself, our worthy alu nni
(What decent family re-union is marked by drunkenness?)




Since ely,

and visitors? -


Gainesville Ministe ial Association

Old "Grads" ALW AYS VWeeee; yLHe T "EVER
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