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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 22, 1946
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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Initiation Set For 4fter n giving

Dav~is Uwdon

- Folks Freedman Harrell


Gator Debators Discuss Victory'

1'Do'ors Open
',Apology [eiter Dors Open

nT MailToVilanova At 12 oon;
S i P Prizes Given
-Rmm By John Brady P ri G e
The furor raised by the "un-
NOV. 22, 1946 sportsmanlike" conduct of some Opening at 12 noon today,
'students at the Florida-Villanova the Student's Cooperative
game reached its peak last week.
Their behavior, "A disgrace to Exchange, Inc., a non-profit,
ithe University and the student student-owned and operated
body',, according to Dean Beaty, ks its camus
caused such a tiaal wave of feeling! e terprise, makes its campus
among responsible members of the debut with the avowed pur-
student body that on Wednesday pose of alleviating the high
Harry Parham,; President of the I.prces O food piobducts
student body, sent a letter of for- .p h ich University students
mal apology to Coach Jorden Oli- w hnich University students
ve', of Vinanove, on their behalf. have been forced to pay.
The contents, of the letter are Guest speaker at the short
as follows: opening ceremony will be
On behl-- o; he G;udent Body Frank Duckworth, president of
-Continued on Page THREL continued on Page NIN]

Thanksgivin Hohiay Is

/ By Jack Bryan
SGatormen will get their extended Thanksgiving holi-
days after all. President John J. Tigert's office has an-
nounced officially that "in view of the excellent grades
and the progress in their work made by the students, the
Thanksgiving holiday period for
the University has been extended
to include Friday and Saturday, i
Nov. 29 and 30, in addition to f
Thursday, Nov. 28, as originally e o o H
Executive Order
i Dr. Tigert made the proclarna-
tion in the form of an executive Men v. ill
order, following conferences with
several of his deans and with Stu- Phi Eta Sigma,' national fresh-
r lft .. i .. b dent Body- President Harry Par- man scholastic honorary frater-
lrom Ieft to right, Bill Castagna, Jack Murray, Leon MeKi, Gerry Gordon, and Professor Wayne C. ham. Another bit of good news nity, initiated twenty-four men in
Eubank. The four students pictured are members of all n uthern tournament at Agnes Scott College, At was the disclosure that the extra an impressive ceremony Tuesday
lanta, last 1 ;aekend Professor Eubank is faculty dvisor for debtors. days will not have to be made up night, Nov. 19.
at some future time, as had been Those initiated Tuesday night
7V Sthought previously. The announce- were:
,ment came as welcome tidings to R. K. Acton (in absentia), R. H.
t s'lcmost of the veterans on the Flor-Allen, T. S. Benjam n, R. A. Boyer,
ru ida campus, some of whom have P. H. Blizzard, J J C(hi rde. F. R.
not spent a Thanksgiving at home, Clare, B. L. Cohen, J. R Dunkle,
0 El 11 9MCk for several years. M- Manuel Garcia, L A. Gray, Jr., (in
Mr. West, chief librarian, stat- absentia), LaRue W. Harrell, D. H.
Continued on Page Twelve Continued on Page THREE

Striding down the home stretch of the Inter-Fraternity scholastic race, Pi Lambda
Phi, for the.el-venth time in the past 12 years, copped the 1945-46 Inter-Frater ity w L s ow n Aquart,
Co kiference Scholarship Trophy, according to information compiled this week by the
office'ofDean of Students R. C. Beaty. a N a i
Edging out Chi Phi by a hairline, the Pilams took the trophy, on which they H iS b it Natt S Top lpof5
alreadyhad, two. "legs," by a 2.556 -
scholastic average for members This figure ws followed by that By Pen Gaines
anid pledges. Chi ?hi's average for of Pilam- members with a 2.570 NO A igao Les was the author of "Sentimental Journey."
the secoid-place -spot -n the tro- scholarship average. Les was the author of "Sentimental Journey.vils" at
phy race was 2.555. Award of the Next in line were the follow-ng: For Nex V% k Les organized his first band, "The Blue Devils" at
trophy is made on the basis of the Pi Lambda Phi members and Duke .University.
combined veratges of members pledges. 2.556; Chi Phi members Due to the Thanksziv.ng hol- Les received his first impetus towards music as a career
and pledgct for two semesters, and pledges, 2.555; Pilam pledges, idavs -- A1,LIGATOR will not
Chi Phi Pledges High i 2,538; Phi Gamma Delta pledges, be published next ridav. The by hearing a saxophone quartet.
Racking up the highest average 2 536; Tau. Epsilon Phi pledges,] next issue will be tho Fall Frol- Les Brown, the popular orchestra leader who plays
for oie group Were the Chi Phi ic.s edition on Friday, Dec. 6 with his band at +he University of Florida's gala Fall
pledges, with an average of 2.717. Continued on Page FIVE --


By Pat Pattillo
Incomplete plans set in-
Sitiation of 16 new Blue Key
pledges on Tuesday, Dec. 3.
the Thanksgiving Holidays.
The exact place, and prin-
cipal speaker of the In-
itiation Banquet, held in the
past a,t the Primrose Grill, will be
Eaton decided upon Tuesday night at the
next regular meeting and an-
nounced in next week's Alligator.
Pledge Courses
At the present. pledges are un-
.. dertaking a course in ,the history,i
K purposes and constitution of Flor-
ida Blue Key, first organized on'
'the campus of the Unviersity of
Florida-in 1923.
Take Exam
Upoftcompletion of this course,
pledges will take an examination
S. on material covered in the course
Sand a passing grade will complete,
Hedrick their eligibility for membership.


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Oct. 31. Disabled-.t..i. n
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TWO M illOn Vets Under G.. Bill bilitation Act (Public Law 16) in-
creased from 54,519 tou 88;770" i-n
Nearly two million World War during late September and Octo- the same perid.
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tion or training benefits under the number in school on Oct. 31. More total y .. ',.. 9 -'"
A ..,total of 297,211, yeteras afp~..
G. I. Bill and the Vocational Re- than 80,000 entered .n-the-job plie for -education' an .
a habilitation Act, a new record training in the same period, rais- p1e. for education an.1tri.n,,g.
-igh, Veterans Administration said ing the total in that program t.o under the two laws duringg 'cto-
R today. The exact fiugre is 1,958,- 665,160. ber, raising to 41.844.2S3 he t,6t'"
S .053. Greatest increase in-October was of applications recel'.ef t,-, ate..bt.
Half-Million Enter School in veterans who were enrolled in I VA. October's appih,'atiors inclu-
More than a half million veter- schools under the G. I. Bill. This ed 261,621 under the G. I Bill arnd
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ToUhacuty One World Forgotten
i;Annoncement" of the appoint-
ment of seven new faculty mem-
bers to the University of Floridae
instructional staff was 'made this
week by President John J. Tigert By L. B. Selden
with.Board.of Control approval. "We seem to have forgotten our One World goal and
.Tdreep..o the new appointees have maneuvered ourselves, or have been maneuvered,
have alr',ady D assumed their duties into hostility with Russia" Dr. J. G. Eldredge, Professor
iUltveilty. epointments of the of Economics, stated last Tuesday night in a talk before
othli spared to the College of the American Veteaans Committee and the general public
Enrinerine- and the School of on.the subject Current .Political
Architeitueb and Allied Arts, will and Economic Trends. "We need to develop a greater
become effective in December and l "Real Danger" sense of social responsibility," he
January. Dr. Eldredge went on to say said. Citizens should ,take a great-
New Appointments there is a real danger that "we er interest in national and inter-
The new faculty appointments .can talk ourselves into aware national affairs.
Include,: ---I with Russia when actually what Dr. Eldredge expressed doubt
MilitaryD-, iphrtment: Mirajor C. we should be doing is taking our that "we have learned anything
E. Lvreni~e assistantt professor late ally in war on good faith in (from past experience), or if we
of military. science and tactics, peace." have learned anything, that we
formerly si ed in U. S. Army "We have failed to und r stand have profited by it. We have
1Major R. i. e-ughett, assistant ~~ Russia as much as they have fail- made almost no progress on the
oeM or mi. Hughett, assistant aed to understand us. 'Our unilateral peace trnaties, we are a long way
professor of mivedintary science and policy in the Pacific, our fleet from having our domestic econ-
tactics, served in U. S.aneuvers in the Mediterranean, omy in order, and we are the
years. our hemispheric actions, and the least well equipped nation to play
Capt.inuedo rm Pagelp actNt aer the
profit. Lahessor of mil itary science and outspoken militarism of many of the role of leader in international
professor of military science and d wour Army and Nav officers can affairs, a role that we must of
tactics, served in U. S. Army five Fred Conkling duels with two fellow pledges of L'Apache, campus hardly fail to make Russia suspi- necessity play."
years. dance society. The pledges received quite a bit of comment when re- cious of our good faith." Backward In Social Politics
Engineering College quired to wear their tuxedos and carry their red swords for an entire Military Policy Bad We are at the present time the
College of Engineering: An- day, even in classes. "Our military policy in Germany most backward nation in the
thony L. Timpas, instructor, elec- han and Japan (in allowing former world as far as social politics-go
trial engineering, formerlwith hold of his dad's soprano sax and Nazis and undemocratic Japs to with the result that when we
Westinghouse, Neonrm Electric, Neonth s o showed a real interest in music. continue in power) is to be de- meet with the foreign diplomats,
Timpas ,the latter in Athens, Continued on Page ONE He then voluntarily studied and plored, and that civilians rather most often these days from the
FGreece.npracticed throughout high school, than military men should be in laboring classes, our millionaire
E. Norman Lurch, assistant re- Frolics only two weeks away, was and at the Conservatory of u-over-all control." ambassadors cannot really under-
search engineer, Engineering and the source of many facts of inter- sic in Ithaca in 1926, he led the On the domestic scene, Dr. El- stand them."
Industrial Experiment Station, to es pi this week while final pl ans group in sax playing. dredge pointed out that "a strong
work on y-eT fuse. paving way for the biggest social Although one of the country's current of intolerance is develop-
Herman iB. Williams, assistant week-end in the University's his- top-noch band leaders today, he ing which is highly deplorable.
research engineer, Engineering' tory did not have easy sailing when he Every man has the right, indeed
and Industrial Experiment Station, .Fraternity and other social or- first organized his orchestra. isprom
15 years experience in engineering. ganizations are planning to hold When Les arrived at Duke Uni- expressing his views regardless of
School of Architecture and Al- an almost continual schedule of versity, a football player named what they might be.
lied Arts: James E. Garland, as- dances, mid-night breakfasts and Nike Laney was leading a cam-
sistant professor of architecture, other functions for further enter- pus band,, a band that was "no-,
formerly witlALi. S. Engineers. tainment of students and their where" until Les started arrang- lywood, the Blackhawk Cafe in
dates'. ing for it and playing sax. Chicago, the Hotel Astor Roof, in
-Hours Announced By 1934, Laney had moved out New York City, and the Meadow-
SApoigy The hours for the two dances and the band belonged to Brown. brook at Cedar Grove in New Jer-
Continued from Page ONE were announced yesterday by Joe It was this combination that he sey at some time or other. How-
of the University of Florida. i Shearouse, president of IFC.', The:took North in 1936 to play Budd ever, Les Brown and his band
wish to extend a public apology Friday non-frat dance, where the Lake, New Jersey, for the sum- played all four of these engage-
for tf iltnatured- and unsports- Queen of Fall Frolics will be pre- imer. Les called the band the ments within a period of one year,
manlike conduct of some of the sented her gifts, will be held from "Blue Devils" and .also made something never has been accom-
members of the student body 9 to 12:30, while the Saturday some records.e j s polished by any other band.
during the football zame be- night formal dance has been set Broke Up In 3'7 Brown The-'Songwriter
durtween illanova and Floridall ame be- for 830 to 12. Things didn't turn out as the Recently, Les stepped out as a
twene Villactons ofand Flioria The non-fraternity tickets wept boys had planned and the Devils major songwriter with "Sentimen-
group in no ay represent the off sale last Saturday with a dis- broke up in Sept., 1937.- "I cer- tal Jurney,," which later became
sentgroup iments or the ideology ofsent the appointing sales total of less than tainly recall that I was heartbrok- a number one tune on the "Hit
sentiments or the ideology of the 500. The only ay in which a en when I had to break up the Parade." His Columbia recording
vast majority ofFloridastu- non-frat student may purchase a band," Brown says. of this number sold up to 1,000,-
dents. This ~regrettable incident ticket now is by making sales with With the coming of the sum- 000 mark.
came about as o result of our fraternity men. IFC has prorated mer of 1938, Les had a new band. And it all started on that day
inabiitto completely indoctrin- some 1100 tickets to all fraterni The pay was on a low scale, but, when he watched his baker father
ate ths,0huge throng of new stu- ties. musicians respect a leader -with play sax in an amateur quartet.
dent." ith the true spirit of Rise Of Brown talent, and the boys tagged along
...I.,itsmanFlhip w hi.h ha. always In the review telling of the rise with Les.
lie-,ri- a eharacteriktic trait of of Les Brown to his high position The luckiest month in Les' life Do You Need a
Firidea ,e in the musical world, Les stated was the one in which he signed A I
AgainTI eXtend a sincere apol- that he was born in Reinerton, two contracts. He took his future
ogy and hope for a continuance Pa., March 14, 1912, and Papa into his own hands by getting
of our otherwise most pleasant Brown was a baker, but also a married, and then put himself into N ORUSED
relations. - lover of music. When Les was the capable hands of Joe Glaser- NEW OR USED
Yrirs 'Jespectfully, eight, his dad had him taking pi- a move that proved to be the time- RCA, CROSLEY,
Ha"rry- Parhami ano lessons, but as typical as any ly break of -his life. The astute
youngster in not wanting to be Glaser planned a slow, careful MOTOROLA
*h Et Ss forced to study music, Les made buildup. Replaceable filter in new.
little progress in a yeatsitime. Got Break With Todd
SEta Sg aThen one day, young Brown .drop- For 18 months Les and Joe con- 1 D A YFrank Medico Cigarette Holders,
Continued frcm Page ONE ped around to watch his father centrated upon location jobs, for- filters the smoke.
Kohl, M.B. E eys, E. E. Missing, and his three uncles play ip an getting all about one-night dates REPAIR SERVICE Cutsdown nicotine.
J. R. Post, L. A. Powell, Sr, J M. amateur sax quartet. :- no matter how attractive the of- 0uts down irritating tars.
Riherd, Morty Rosenkranz, S. O. That one little day made a rat' fers. The real turning point came C II R d
Schachter, E. F, Warford, R. S. impression on Les for he late g6t when they were booked into Mike O ege Radio In zephyrweight auminum.
Weinstein, C. R. Yates, S. J. Yosim. Todd's Theatre Cafe in Chicago Special styles formen andwomen.
MacOlachlain Speaks the intiation. Carlos Harper er-'for four weeks. The job was pleas- Shop $2 with 10 filters, handy pouch
Dr. John M. MacClachlan add- ed as 'oastmaster. ant and the band did so well, they and gift box.
ressed the -fnembers on "The Place Frak Stanley, president of Phi were held over for four weeks. 935 W. University Avenue adgtb
of Honpr' Societies in Campus Eta Sigma, delivered "The Charge It is every "name" band's ambi- PHONE 2308
Life",'At a banquet held following to Nev' Members." Ition to play the Palladium in Hol-










Pikes initiate Si Dr. Dauer8 Briets Christmas Party
i Oficers? Ek cted In A RU ForVeterettes
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity held At 7 p.m. on December 17, the
R EC O R D S initiation for six pledges last Veterettes will give a Christmas
Thursday night at the Chapter party, complete with Santa
The Pop Tunes While They're Hot House. Those initiated, all pledges At the first regular meeting of Claus, at the Gainesville Rec-
also before the war or during the sum- this semester, members of the In- reaction Center. Veterettes, their
Symphonies & Operas mer session were: Dick Partch, ternational Relations Club heard husbands and children are invit-
Richard Garrett, George Pritch- Dr. Manning Dauer of the Univer- ed to attend. In addition to the
2-Record Sets (4 sides) $1.34 ard, Lee Moore, Bob Campbell, and sity's Political Science Depart- program planned for the chil-
4A-Record Sets (8 8 desl) $2.66 Edward Hurt. -ment speak on international rela- dren, there will also be dancing
5-_Hecord Sets (10 sides) $3.34 The pledge class last week elect-, tions with Russia. for the adults.
ALL LARGE SIZE 12" RECORDS ed the f311owing officers: Presi- Proposes Research Gro Food collected as ad son
dent, Bo' .-nively of Winter Haven; D auer proposed aninterna-to the Veterettes card party last
Squires Radio Co., Inc. ice Pre entAlbert acobi of tionally-ntrlled corporation for Wednesday night will be made
203 W. University Ave. Pensacola; Secretary, John Stoes the research and development of into Christmas baskets for
Phone 2339 PenOrlando ad retasurey John Mson atomic power as n answer to the nedy ainesville children.
SWheelerof Orland Treasurer, o. fear oone nation using this pow- The prize winners at the card
er as a weapon of war. party were Mr. L. E. Creel, Jr.,
He pointed out that to retard Mrs. Jackaway, Mrs. Wilson
research in this field by an at- Caffee and Mrs. Edward Flana-
tempt at secrecy by each nation gan.
L O O K would deprive the peoples of the
world of the many commercial
Free Ice Cream Cones purposes to which the atomic pow- Seminole Reveals
eer might be put. eB l R v a
To All University Students sheehan Presides Pix Schedule
1 Al Sheehan, president, presided
FROM 10 a.m. TILL 3:00 p.m. at the meeting and Vice President
SBob Talisman told the members For Next W eek
Iof several plans made by the exec-!
utive board in their last meeting. ; Seminole p ic t u r e s will con-
FOR A BETTER ICE CREAM A membership drive is now in tinue to be taken at the Semi-
progress with the goal a total of! nole office, Florida Union base-
Try "OUR OWN" FREEZER FRESH everyday 120 members. i ment, during this coming week,
Plans are in the making for al it was announced by the Sem-
Also Featuring Other Ice Cream Specialties forum on some pertinent question! inole staff.
of the international front to be I The schedule is as follows:
Visit presented over Radio Station Thursday, Nov. 21: Delta Tau
WRUF. Delta, 9-10:30 aim.; Sigma Alpha
SUNSHINE SALES CO. Plan High School Clubs Epsilon, 10:30-12 and 1:30-6
548 NORTH NINTH Plans- are also being made for p'.: Delta Chi, 9 aim.-12 noon
introducing clubs similar to the Fridy N ,. 22.: Theta Clh,
introducing clubs similar to the 9-12;,Pi Kappa Phi, 1:30-5 p.m.;
OPEN 10:00 a.m. 10:00 p.m. International Relations Club to be Sigma,12 Ci,5-6 p.m.; Seage
I introduced into the high schools Hall, C9 am -6 p.; Phi am eda
of the state. Phal, 9 a.m-6 ; Phi Lambdm.
---- _. hi a.r6- mm .
Monday, Nov. 25: Sigma Chi,
94-2 a.m., also 1':30-3:30 p.m.; Pi,
Kappa Alpha, 3:30-6 p.m.; Phi
Gamma Delta, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.;
Lambda Chi Alpha, 9 a.m.-6
..Tuesday, Nov. 26: Pi Kappa
Alpha, 9-12. a.m., also 1,:30-2:30
'p.m.; Alpha Gamma Rho, 2:30
Pp.m.-6 p.m.; Beta Theta Pi, 9
Sa.m.-6 pmn.;. Chi phi, 9 a.m.-6
.Wednesday, Nov. 27:. Tau Ep-
.silon Phi,- 9 a.m.-12, also 1:30-

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Monday, De. 2: Sigma. Phi All organize tinish aih"fhtefV
Esilon, 9-42 a.n: i- PhiDelta cities which have not .been conm.
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To Foresters
Before the second meeting of
the Forestry Club, last Tuesdla
evening, Mr. S. J. Hall,: pesideft.
of the Forest Managers; Iric.:1dis-:
cussed' the great possibilities; that
lie ahead in the field of private
forestry.. ,,.
Outstanding For-s:the" ''"1
Mr. haill, also vicepresicndeit"'
the Southern ForesT Fairi4"h 's-
sociation Cooperative andf a senior
member of the Society of.'Ameri-..
can Foresters, told the meetingg
that once the graduate .forester,
has a couple of years practical ex-
perience, he will find. his, services:.
in great demand, and that his fu-.
Iture wealth and vocation will be
limited only by his personal lik.:
ings and aptitudes.
Provides 6ood Income.'
He said that any amateur, who
takes up forestry as a hobby, can
by study, saving, and' intelligence,
set himself up to a $6,000 yearly
for life, and also provide himself
with an unlimited field of Tascinat-
ing research and experiimentationbi.
Feature Authorities
The next two or tnree ne-t.rig
of the Forestry Chib will 'feattire'
famous authorities in ...th.-r t.l -
of forestry. Anyone interested in
learning more about forestry .is;
cordially invited to attend 'these'

Delts Guests Of
Tampa Alumni,
Delta Zeta of DeltglTp Delta
Fraternity will be the gue st ; of
the Tampa Alumni ".(Tr.' rr min
Tampa this next week-end imrted-
jately after the ,game. -A.ll,pledges,
,members, and their dates are in-
vited by the Alumni ':'r.ter t,. at-
tend the barbecue an..i .i: n.e
The affair will be held at the'
lake home of Sidney Lenfesty,'Del-.
ta Zeta '35. Mr..Lenfesty .in pXes-..,
ident of the. Tampa AL.iiri C'liO.

Dr, 1 L. Scudder,

Prof, Tells Tales 0

By Jack Harper
"Crossing the Syrian desert and explo
dead city of Petra, rock red city of wo:
interesting thing I have done," Dr. Del
headprofessor of religion, told this -
ALLIGATOR reporter, Wednes-
Before answering the question
the doctor-, chuckled long and
Travelled Through Desert
"It was back in 1928 when.I and'
two fellow- professors who I met
in Jerusalem set out on the expe-
dition in ap old Buick automobile. .
We journeyed to the city of Am-
mon, where we met Abdullah,
King of Transjordia. Hiring horses
and Arab guides, we continued :-
through the desert to the entrance V.. .
of Petra, a narrow path through 1. .
the walls, of a steep cliff. '.

H as Old Films
"Gee, perhaps I can find the
.: Dr, Scudder enthusias-
tically, said.. He turned to his files
and presently brought forth the
films, and notes taken on the trip'
eighteen years ago.
It,.seems that the veterans of
Alexander the Great's army, after
the,. conquests, .built and settled
Petra.. ..The.-city. surrounded by
sheer ..cliffs-with .the one narrow,
entrance" was used as a stopover
for camel caravans crossing the
desert, as it afforded protection


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from outlaw bands. It is located exhibit
about 2' 'n-.l., from the Pers'an
Gulf. The red-colored rocks lend e On
great b:.at', o tni- ru .,..
Came Here in July Original oil
'Dr.' Scidder came to the Uni- fessor IHollis H
versity ,JfJuy and is at present Holbrook will
concerned principally in getting' Florida Union
acquainted;'-He' holds a Ph.D. de- ginning Nov. 2
gree fridm "Yale in philosophy of School of Arch
;religiona d ,.... I Arts have ann
religionand in 1940 the Yale Uni- The exhibition
The exhibition
versity, Press published his boo-k vate showing
on iPhilosophical Theology. As, a deans and dep
young man, he taught English at. other invited g
the University of- Beiret, Syria, iwll1 be open t
and traveled in Palestine, Europe af to the
and Enffjaqnd.extensively. socate profer s
Has Wife and Daughter painting at
T4)q,ehad,,of ,h;. UJniversity of School of Arch
Florida's, department of religion ArtS, worked
resides "'f'157 Florida Court St., [ama, Louisia
with h' i.. ife, Inez, and daughter, setts. Mrs; Ho
Ann.,;" her prize winn

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SchReliion olarship Cup THE FLORDA ALLIGATOR
lJigion Continued From Page ON- APO Official Speaks
2.532, and Phi Gain members and

f Desert Fijis Rank raTrd
The 2.499 average of the Phi
Gamma Delta miemne b e r s and .
pledges cinched the Fijis for triild 1
ring the ancient place in the scholarship race. .
under, is the mo0t Topping the 1945-46 scholarship
Iton L. Scudder, ratings gives the Pilams their J5
___ ___ third consecutive retired IFC
Scholarship Trophy and necessi-
tates the offering of a new trophy
by the IFC beginning with the .
1946-47 school year. The present ."
c up had been in circulation since.
prior to the war, although the ..
award of it was suspended during .
the war years. Pilam had two legs '
on it and Chi Phi one.
Complete List' Out Soon ..
While the figures are official, -.
; the Dean of Students' office an-
.2 nounced that a more comprehen- '
sive scholarship report, including
figures on the general student ,
^ ,S ^% ^ (1)body average, general fraternity .
41 pledge average, and possibly the a
general veteran average, will be
released to the ALLIGATOR for
publication in the next issue.
Fraternity Ratings
yr aternity averages as released ..
by Beaty's office are as follows:
Chi Phi pledges-2.717. .. .
Pi Lambda Phi members- t h Pn
2.570. From left to right, Tom Parker, President o
T (1) Pi Lambda Phi members Chapter, S. B. North uest speaker, and Al
and pledges-2.556. picture was taken at the APO meeting Monday
(2) Chi Phi members and
L. SCUDDER pledges-2.555.
Pi53 Lambda Phi pledges- SB Norh, Natiena
ks W ill Phi Gamma Delta pledges- A
2.3 WleAddresses APO Mee
"Paintings ,Tau Epsilon Phi pledges-
Pain gs2.532. By Jim Gollacheck
Nov. 22 (3) Phi Gamma Delta members Mr. Sidney B. North, national secretary of A
S ov. and pledges-2.499. Mr. M. G. Boswell. Field Scout Executive. were
paintingPhi by Pro- a t members meeting of Tau chapter of Alpha Phi. Omega or
pangs y Pro- Florida Union Building.
[ Holbrook and Mrs. Chi Phi members-2.471. The Meeting was called to order Thursday,
be exhibited in the Sigma .Phi Epsilon members by Tom Parker, President, and the er to be he,
for two weeks be- -2i.453. invocation was given by Dick of the Flori
for two weeks be- Alpha Gammna Rho members Broome,Mr. North was introduced 7:30 p.m.
22, officials of the -2,449. 7:30 p.m.
hitecture and Allied Sigma Chi members-2.449. North Reports Thursday,
bounced. (4) Tau Epsilon Phi members Mr. North gave a report on the meeting in
)n will open at a pri- and pledges-2.333. national work of Alpha Phi Omega Building at
before University (5) Sigma Phi Epsilon members and the activities of other chap- Thursday, I
)art-ment heads and and pledges-2.299. ters he had recently visited. He initiation am
guests Nov. 21 an"a Kappa Sigma members- then turned the chapter over to at the Prim:
to the public there- 2.266 an open discussion of the chapters Inform
Delta Taiu Delta members- needs and problems. All men w
war, Holbrook, as- 2 230. Mr. Boswell was asked to ad- experience ir
sor of drawing and Kappa Alpha m e m b e br s- dress the chapter. He gave an in- terested in A
the University's 2.223. formal talk expressing. his joy at obtain infor
hitecture and. Allied (6) Sigma Chi memihers and i seeing so many ex-scouts that desk of the
on'several murals pledges-2.180. were still interested in scout work. ting, and ar
Government in Ala-I P*hi Delta Theta members- He then presented Mr. Harold De a, tend the
na and Massachu- 2.160. Hon, local Scou,t Executive. i 21 in the W
olbrook is noted for Sigma Alpha Epsilon mem- Plan For Meetings
ing landscapesbers-2.146. Parker gave the plans for meet-
S(7) Sigma Alpha Epsiloh mem-: wings in the immediate future as
bers and pledges-2.130. follows: IRC ITo
Phi Kappa fau members-
*udents' Rate 2.126., Kappa Alpha pledges-1.695. All memb
c Saturday (8)Phi Kappa Ta members and Alpha Gamma Rho pledges tional Relat
10c Saturdays pledges--.112. 1.157. Iti attend
Beta Theta Pi pledges- Grades for the last school year 1me attend a
2.099. are listed for only 19 fraternities meeting to
Sigma Alpha Epsilon since Delta Chi and Lambda Chi Florida fUni(
pedges- led2,098. Alpha were inactive last year. Monday nig)
Phi Kappa Tau pledges-
MASSEY 2.097.
MASSEY (9) Phi Delta Theta members
aid pledges-2.086. X OV
Tau Epsilon Phi pledges- o Next Ye
(10) Kappa Sigma members and
DA Y pledges-2.048. FRIDAY
Sigma Nu members-2.045. Co-Cp Grocery 'Opening, Flavet I, 12 noon.
(11) Beta Theta Pi members and Carnegie Set, Fla. Union, 305, 2:00-4:0,0 p.m.
pledges-2.034. Hillel, Fla. Union, 308, 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Sigma Phi Epsilon pledges Mortar and Pestle, Chem. Building, 316, 8:00
-2.021. SATURDAY
SPi Kappa Phi members- Fla.-N. C. State Football Game, Tampa.
Beta Theta Pi members- Hillel, Fla. Union, 208, 9:30-11:00 a.m.
2.003. Carnegie Set, Fla. Union, 3,05, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Theta Chi members-2.003. MONDAY
Phi Delta Theta pledges- Los Picaros, Fla. Union, 208; 7:30-9:00 p.m.
1.995. Creative Writing Club, Fla. Union, 210, 7:30-9
(1) Ka Alpha members and Carnegie Se,t, Fla. Union, 305, 4:00-6:00 p.m.
(12) KaJ Alpha members and American Legion, Fla. Union, 305, 8:00-9:00
pledges-1.985. American Legion, Fla. Union, 305, 8:00-9:00
Y (13) Sigma Nu members and I. R. C., Fla. Union, 308, 8:.00-9:00 p.m.
pledges-1i974 Dinner Movie Hour, Fla. Union, Aud., 12:.00-1
(14) pedges1.974. Phi members an Repeat Movie Hour, Fla. Union Aud., 6:00-7:3
(14) Pi Kapledesa Phi members an Gator Vets, Fla. Union Aud., 8:00 p.m.
(15) Theta Chi embers and Florida Blue Key, Fla. Union, Committee Rm
(15) Theta Ci embers ande53 Animal Industry Dept., Camp Wauberg, 6:00-
pledges-1.953. Masonic Group, Fla. Union West Lounge, 7:30-8
an(16) Delta Tae Delta members Gamma 28Sigma Epsilon, Chem. Bldg., Rm. 110
Alpha Ta. Omega members- Stengle Flying Club, Fla. Union, 20'8, 7:00-8:(
-1.922. Pi Kappa Phi Kappa Kappa Psi, Fla. Union, 208, 8:00-9:00 p
PSigKappa Phipledges-1.893' F. T. A., Fla. Union, 209, 7:20-8:30 p.m.
Sigma hNu pledges-I 889. Newcomers Executive Committee, Fla. Union.
Sigma Chi pledges- -1.8o73. Christian\ Science Group, Fla. Union, 210, 7:30-:
(17) Alplha Ganna Rho iiem- Cavaliers Board of Governors, Fla. Union, 210,
RDAYbers and pledges-1.856. Carnegie Set, Fla. Union, 308, 2:00-4:00 p.m.
Pi Kappa Alpha members- Florida Blue Key, Fla. Union, 305, 7:30 p.m.
1.847. U. of F. Flying Club, Fla. Union, 308, 7:00-8:00
t ] na ,e/ (18) Alpa Tau Omega members Dinner Movie Hour, Fla. Union Aud., 12:00-1:3
and pledges-1-,834. Repeat Movie Hour, Fla. Union Aud., 6:00-7:3
N LEV (19) Pi Kappa Alpha members Forum Committee, Fla. Union Committee Rm.
ML E Td pledges-1.809. .. Florida-Villanova. Movies. University Aud., 8:0
g" .... Theta Chi pledges-1.794. Camera Club, Chem. Bldg., Rm. 110, 7:30
__.__- Delta Tau Delta p)ledges- WEDNESDAY
'- /'_/ 1.779. Carnegie Set, Fla. Union. 305, 2:00-4:00 p.m.
; -Kappa Sigma pledges-1.767 Dinner Movie Heor, Fla. Union Aud., 12:00'-1:3
S. ~ Pi Kappa Alpha pledges- Repeat Movie Hour, Fla. Union Aud., 6:00-7:30
,, 1.767.. THURSDAY
Alpha Tau Omega pledges- Christian Science Group, Fla. Union. 210, 7:30-S
.-- -.-" 1,735. Carnegie Set, Fla. Union, 305, 2:00-4:00 p.m.

f the University AP0I
Sheean, member. The


Ipha Phi Omega, and
guests of honor at the
November 18 in th,

November 21--Smok
Id in the West Lounme
da Union Building ai.

December 5-Regula,'
the Florida Unior.
7: 30 p.m.
December 12-Forma'
id banquet for pledge.-.
rose Grill
ation Atvailable
ho 'ae had previous
n scouting and are in-
llpha Phi Omega canr;
mation at the mair,
Florida Union Build,
e cordially invited to
smoker on Novemnber.
Nest Lounge.


ibers of the Interna-
ions Club are urged
n important business
be held in Room 308,
on building, at 8 p.m.,
hlit, Nov. 25.

7 Days


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30 p.m.
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00 p.m.
210, 2:30-4:30 p.m.
8:30 p.m.
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F/oridc i / to
INVEST r ST 'Al 1o

Editor-in-Chief ...... Morty Freedman
Managing Editor ....... Walter" qrews .
Business Manager ...... Edgar Davis

"Pen" Gaines, Fxecutive Editor; Johnny Jenkins, Dee
Van Wagenen, Associate Editors; Jim Gollacheck, As-
sistnMa nagging Editor; Elliot Shienfeld, Features Edi-
tor; Harold Herman and Bob MacLeish, Co-News Edi.
tors; Bernard Ward, Sports Editor.
George Kowkabany, Asst. News Editor; Ted Shurt- .
leff, Asst. Features Editor; Jordan Bittel, Asst. Soorts
Editop Leo Selden, Copy Editor; Al Fox, Proof
Editet- J. Baxley, Rewrite Editor; Hank Gardner, Head ..
Cartoonist; Horance Davis, Jr., Fraternity Editor; Jean
'hitmore, Society Editor; Lois Scott Weiss, Asst. ,
society Ed.; Danny Kohl, Exchange Editor; Lou Mei- -'
sel, Office Manager; Leo Osheroff, eHad Typist; John- /,,
S. Brady, Asst. Rewrite Editor; Les Gleichenhaus, t CANT' B THAT COOP ERA- VE.'
Amusements Editor-
Ken Richards, Assistant Business Manager; Albert
Carlton advertising g Manager; Walter Martin, Collec-
tien Manager; George F. Gillespie, Jr., Bookkeeper;
Earl Pearson, Business Assistant.

"We Are The Boys ..."

Considering that this region is sup-
posedly known for "Southern hospitality,"
the raucous, rowdy, bottle-throwing and
cursing mob which N viewed last week's
Florida-Villanova game, was a disgrace
not only to the University of Florida, but.
to the South as v,-wel.
Granted, the otiiclting of the game
was bad; granted, we expected to win and
lost-still there was no excuse under the
sun for the exhibition which took
For th se not present, here in a nut-
shell, is what did take place:
(1) Certain Flo.i.a students shouted.;,
derogatory remarks intended for the ears:
of the Villanova players who were seA6dd:
directly in front of the Florida cheering
(2) Angry at certain decisions of the--
officials, someone in the cheering section
threw a bottle at the referee, who at the
moment was standing on the sideline
checking the. line marker. Not only did the
bottle miss the official's head by a few
inches, but also missed two Florida stu-
dents, who were assisting the official,
and who could have been injured by the
(3) Aroused students, resembling a
mob, begati to throw bottle caps, paper
wads and other objects at the Villanova
players as well as coach. These men, a
visiting team, were forced to wear their
helmets while sitting on the bench.
No one can excuse the throwing of
.......things.at a game official, and no one can
excuse the low-grade of sportsmanship
shown by those who threw things and
used foul language with respect to a visit-
ing team which travelled some 1400 miles
to play a game on Florida Field.
As one member of the Gator football
squad said after the game last week, "The
Villanova players won't hold what hap-
pened against the Florida football squad,
but they'll certainly have a low opinion
of the University."
Pre-war Florida traditions are in dire
need of revival on this campus.

No Longer A Dream

With the opening of the Coop(d'ative
Grocery today there comes to the campus
a physical testimonial of what students
can do by themselves.
To Ben Mayberry, chairman of the Co-
Op's Board of Dilectors, and guiding
light of the venture, congratulations are.
due. The task which Mayberry and his
board members undertook, seemed on the
surface, an impossibility. With the open-
ing of the store today, the dreams of
these men become a reality.
'Fred Turner, board member and origi-
nator of the committee which was ap-
pointed under his administration as Sum-
me-r Session president of the student
body, is also due credit. It was Turner's
vision and work plus Mayberry's organi-
zational ability, plus the interest of the
Cooperative's members which caused the
store to open today.

"Hot Garters" just phoned and said that she
would be glad to be my Florida-North Carolina
football date tomorrow but that she would be a
little late in arriving because of previous commit-
ments at Fort Bragg, Jacksonville Navy Base and
Admiral Nimitz's Pacific fleet. If you remember,
Hot Garters is the college demimonde from the
Florida Players' smash hit, "The Male Animal."
First nighters acclaimed The Players, who outdid
themselves for sheer stage frivolity!
.Here are a few quickies on the- outstanding
stars of comedy and drama here on the campus
-Cliy Fields, who portrayed the small, intellec-
tual editor of a university literary magazine
.. Janice Pyle (Mrs. Gordon Pyle) turned in an
excellent portrayal of a typical college co-ed.
Her litheness and vivaciousness was a marvel
to behold Pat O'Neal kept the audience in
laffs with his hybrid of a "lost week-end" and a
C-3 professor We want to see more of Her-
man Shonbrun, a great scene stealer and ter-
rific mugger .The rest of .the cast was per-
fect and now we are impatiently awaiting for
the next Florida Players' presentation.
here comes that wench with the super SA, the
chambermaid that doesn't give a darn about
waxing the floors-Paulette Goddard. She is sup-
ported by an excellent cast featuring just about
the ugliest woman this side of lower Lower Slob-
bovia--Irene Pyan. She makes the most of her
negative charms with the village idiot. This pic-
ture is sheer entertainment from beginning to end.
Don't miss "The Diary of a Chambermaid" at the
Florida this Sunday.
AMERICAS: It is rumored that LIFE will visit
the campus during Fall Frolics Have you
tasted those home-made pies down at Caruso's
-droolicious Meeting old, familiar faces
this week-end at the Tampa Terrace, Paxton's
and -the Columbia .... It is hoped thht the true,
traditional spirit of Florida men will pervade the
Tampa-North Carolina game tomorrow in Tam-
pa. Villano a will not forget the Florida wel-
come she received at the hands of the specta-'
tors last week. 1 still don't think it was stu-
dents who threw the debris on the field.
Claude Murphree will again present an organ
concert featuring Handel and Marcel Dupre Sun-
day at 4 in the University Auditorium Gators'
are geared to winter fashions with reindeer sweat-
ers and wool slacks Figures may lie, but gir-
dles keep a lot of 'em from telling the truth ...
Danny and Lew of the Gator Exchange Service
receive c o Ilfe g e and high school papers from
schools all over the world. Students are invited
to browse through the many shelves loaded with
this pertinent literature!
It's your last chance to miss Roy Acuff at the
Lyric Theatre today. He and Tarzan are billed
for a double feature and between them both
they don't add up to a "c" picture "Heinz
57 Varieties," the name of a female counterpart
of a dog, gave birth to four puppies (male) near
Thomas "D" the other day. Anybody need a
pup? Co-Op Grocery opens its portals today
at noon "Holiday in Mexico," a tuneful,
colorful two-hor fiesta down Mexico way at the
Florida today.

Letters To The editor

.vr. Morty Freedman The other example of poor sport-
Editor-in-Chief smanship was our Fighting Gator
The Florida Alligator Band. They played "Dixie" several
Gentlemen of the University of times and I enjoyed the song as
Florida (and I use the salutation much as anyone else.' I, "foo;.am
for a lack of a more appropriate proud to be from. the S:.u.tri but
one): we must remember that the-. ill-
What is this ballyhoo about anova team came .all, the .-way
"Where the girls Rare the fairest, from Pennsylvania and: .did. not
and the boys are the squarest" ? have a cheering. section or band to
Saturday evening in the Florida represent them. Outj of~,Qurtesy
stadium there was put on a display our band should have-p.piayed "an-
of poor sportsmanship that has kee Doodle".or some, ',ia.r 5.:.n3
never been surpassed in the past. I would like to- qu,_,o froj.,the
The poor loser is one person who placard in the H...i:.r C,:: t ',ffp..:
can really mia::c an asL of himself entitled "Florida'-. Spirit of L. -
with the slightest provocation, and ing.:' ... ..,. ..
there were plenty of these persons "Florida's spirit,;. of: living
in the Florida student section. stands for the individual As4ump-
It's true that I, too, dislike see- tion of an active, policy pf h1.:.re st.,
ing the Florida team go down in fairness, and gentlemanly conduct.
defeat and no doubt do my share So keenly is this spirit ff tl .hat it
of the griping,-but why should the has become -:a. oc~ial.-and,. personal
visiting team be showered with responsibility.'We,,Florida stucents
wads of paper, programs, bottles, have pledged never-to'"lowei, our
etc., and forced to wear their standard of honor..... .. ,think
headgear for protection while on and act in a spiri;. of fair" F,a is
the bench? the heart of our.way of ife .
Are the Florida men becoming This is a perspi41a, giving principle
as little children that must throw that we cherish-,and.,its .p,tice
things when we become a little ag- is its own reward.",:.,.. ;.:
gravated? It is my hope"-'-that 'iwhenthe
Maybe I am a sentimentalist, but Fighting Gatol. -againcgo-ount on
I think something has to be done the field tke starfds'fwill beifilled
to return the traditions to this with Floridga mea~iwho liveyrtheir
campus that areas much a part of Honor Code. ":; ..,*'. to
college life as.studies, and soon!. Vty'.'tru'lryuoms,
Then, too, I believe that the C. Richf.ra-'0Broome
student body of the University of '-"'T .,'.
Florida owes a mass apology to Morty Freeddian i"a-'1'z.u'n ,t .
the coaching staff and the players Editor-in-Chief" ; .-'-, /M.
of Villanova for. its disgusting, FLORIDA ALrt iATOR-Uo
distasteful display of poor sports- Dear Morty,,o i':i, i ).',.
manship. Well, what about it? What actlon)1is lbeing.ten to
.WILLIAM J. JOCAk. keep the CaregWe"Iusteonxn in
the Florida -,nioaa open.irenger
Mr. Morty Freedman hours during:"the idly? -' J,
Edito0-in-Chief.On "'- Go StD ,
The Florida. Alligator -i eshnfantilass
Dear Morty: '
There are times when a man be- P 1 6is hceIl
comes so disgusted with the ac-
tions and antics of his fellow men A1t2Pr' i.
that he would welcome the life of n tl
Shermit The Villanova game Sat- T O- .
irday night Was such a time. yo O .
There were two things that stood .. ;. b
out like'Ea-so~rdthumb in evidence After a smash-hit perfotm:niii:e
of poor sportsmanship. of "The MaTle" Ahiffit1" "-lbrida
The first, and most obvious was Players will, pr eiff *hr4i"dfi6-act
the throwing of paper and bottles, plays on De1 ;,'Trytittofb'iparts
on- the field, and,'at the officials, in these pla'vs "'.ill be h-ld" Mon-
and the Villanova-team and coach- day, Nov 25, ir. Peahbdy Ha-laI'4:30
- es. Such action isn't even.accept- to 6 p.m. i Roor 2,' 2. ad r.:.m
.. able at.-high:'school games. '7 to 9 p.1"iPn P.oi' 20.5.. """

1 All Over The, Place
(Columnist Shienfeld has a guest in the house)
When I was very young and my ears were tuned to the gutter
wave-lengths, I learned a verse htat started "In days of old When
knights were bold, and women weren't particular," And sd on.
The phrase always puzzled me. If the knight& wlMs4 i pw qould
the'women oe particular? -And A TI I
how do we know that the knights stiff tithe h l ydep ted
were bold? And what about King most of their herrings and le no
Arthur? Will, he recover from theg puppies ngat-n S
Guinevere' itch?' Will Sir Lancelot gupp-es at .A
dehorse Sir Modred ? Tune in next "Gowanus was happy. He fad
week to Camelot Can Be Beauti- a shield t. of-
ful. Gentlemen, the possibilities fers werefull-and his-tanards
are endless, were flun d : j h,' we.re -
But no. Yesterday I learned bounrtdalk n
the facts of life. All was not Breag'
regal at-the rcind table. The household %%as iual3 pTeasant
royal robes reveal few squares. affair. ArKs2aoth) on
A hitherto secret manuscript d the y irs' .7 ma was
has come into my possession. not. First;4i4ti Table was
And in the ancient Doic ..e. are not set. W.ecdaA Good King
written the following words: had stayawl- -6Aw aIl night and
was worriefS. -=4dtiitht ostrich
"It is written, forsooth, that eggs were boi minutes in-
there lived a knight in the days of stead of 1. m .Pfourth and
the Good King Arthur, who was worst of all, Si& Arr bald was
-called byhis noble parents Sir Ar- a -reakfast guest.. 1Kifn Arthur
chibald Gowanus. He was a very hated Gowanus asVwuch as he
brave knight-errant but, sad to re- hated' 13-minute egks."'
late; a trifle mercenary. His prices i
were high. -For a medium-sized The o'o-King, .aid. EL.ammne,
draonless head and claws ready ''e. ada d, t 'gg?
.-ashd in ethe nature of ten shekels Dere har ,:like a r,:,c. --,II. -.ay
was necessary. F.O B. Camelot, of .l'eti arig '.o-n .arhA. s -
course. ,wail t-a d,tbnretlng. "Art,
"To slay.- a large dragon was I' la ailing t.lje -on dragons.
proportionately more expensive, I gitta Ii.'ya Kno'w-t orso-.oth.
Involving special armor and dif- I'm only, declaring fourteen million
ferent f ig h t in g techniques. shekels pr"jeit this year."

Giants ran high. A new 946
-giant from the hills of Glitz with
built-in ears and revolving eye-
balls cost well. into the thou-
sands. No ordinary hovel could
afford them., They were de-
signed to disgrace the walls of
the rich."
"As a result, Sir Archibald Go-
wanus had, forsooth, because of
his bravery and cunning, amassed
millions of shekels and vassals
and even a few old, rusty kleagles.
He was a monopoly unto himself.
There was no other dragon-slay-
ing, giant-killing, witch-burning
firm quite as powerful. The bar-
on and the serf needed him alike.
The fisherfolk depended on Gowa-
nus to rid their nets' of the many
serpents, although he exacted a

King Artjhur turned the color of
a used skHpletG ar s, bu are
a dirty fame of afna A no-
good, profiter il af-e- brok-
en-down, "' h'ae -soidSn. You
cannot do, th. 1 rb jy! No
more price rp si 'i E drag-
ons! Go!"
"The noble Sir Archl Go-
wanus lea the castle forsooth
and was eei' more. The
dragons all di.i~_a ants
were oiutnuiid an be-
came obsoletIe." l..AU as. 'colie
from that day to.thjW&'. ._
The MORAL of-.tlii. st,)ry is
plain:. There is anafltriennChi-
nese adage wNich statesV "He-
-who keeps big,-fat-,gm itbshut
is least Ukely.to.t g tuck
in same, forsooth."


By Professor 0. F. Quackenbush
SIt i a:ppIient that the economic and political tide has
turnede, and the reaction has set in in earnest. The recent
election has unseated many` a liberal and the support the
conservatives have received is not peculiar to any class. By Barbara Wickham
'Other' 0mens such as ,the recent ,Have you got a Progress Test I
,.,-rise obf vigilante organizations in H
ouri society and increased censor- in tempt made to force him to re- hangover? Did you know that we
oursocietycant or bandage the wounds. I are having final examinations next
ship! of athe Army's Educational have been impressed by the de-; month? You are on the Semester
th program, bear the warning of "Let gree to which this has been true 'system-we are on the quarter.
".-.the speaker,beware." at Florida. So what? So-since we STILL
P-:, ~rii my' short association with! To my knowledge there have don't have co-education, you fel-
"' this 'Uli'. ersti, I have been more been no dismissals here because iows week-end in Tally and because
*than ph:. ?d .vith the degree to men stood on the "wrong" side our schedules don't "jibe" there is
-vhich niminbers of the faculty .and of economic, political or social confusion. For instance, Fall Frol-
the student body have been allow- issues. Nor can you say that this ics comes at the beginning of our
ed complete freedom of speech on means that the men have prosti- dead week (exams follow immed-
i-i._. 'Whiic.h'i Were economic, pol- tuted their considered convictions. lately).
'itical, 'afit' social in nature. The The academic freedom at Florida
fZcuii..ltyhas, operated freely in two has been more than facade; it, If a veteran here were to trans-
'distinidt r616s; first as responsible may be the product of the educa- fer to G'ville, they would have to
'ifremibers 'of a. community and sec- tional frontier in which the Uni- put his quarter hours on a slip-
Sgs "Yesponsible institutional versity operates.-If that is ,the stick and figure them out in sem-
-"fuaetionafies. : case, the frontier should be re- ester hours. They often come out
f ,Thfre'has been less speaking of opened in the area, of some of the in fractions. Now seems the time
frd .m' -.f speech and more prac-i more esteemed- institutions as to re-activate the campaign to
ti.66" 'f it than at some of our',those which hire one radical for change the system of one of the
-univers.t IP wh.-e hear-r-e".W *n .* ni.'. trimming and fire two schools. How about it?
l""i alffraditions art. i.--fne scholars for an endeavour Some of you have been asking
elicit great "' re-ve'in at - er.iy to interpret the economic about the date situation. I recom-
',J mention off'the name. Not nian. fa~ts of contemporary problems. mend, especially to the one who
" yearsaga.- .one-, of these univer- Not for a moment do I think signed his letter "Just a G. I. from
.-i.tes ia-'leading sociologist, act- that it is only here that such a the C. I." and said in part, "2700
"iqtignih ',is capa:.ity as a member situation exists but rather in the girls and I don't know a damn one,
of society, made it e.pa3-t'- -' l-ight of academician's experiences of 'em!", that you find a fellow vet
university ,,radnisLtr-ati on et -in-J.h West, the Southwest, the up here to introduce you around
-',hestoh-o,-iai local: labowok a.iMddle West, the Deep South; and or look up the girls here from
tion. The rationalization for. an,.1 e'en New England, it -may re- your home town, or drop around to
his dismissal, -were immediately quire effort to keep this freedom'one of the sororities and introduce
delivered. I have known members alive in tha 'future. The exercise yourself.
of our Rwn&faoulty who have felt of the right is the chief and most G'ville was big time over the
moral obligations to operate -"3:s effective means of keeping it and week-end, and Tally was buzzing
0 a TmuibersRdf -.socifty and there- should ,the faculty fail to exercise too-what with formals, saddle
n :foreOhave.piledgodi their support in their right, ,they justly lose it. shoe stomps and even Kilroy, who
1r'ctintroversia,;hd'Ssuep, to the side These assets of Florida tradition left his calling card "Kilroy estuvo
deemed right and,;.to my know- --are worth preserving andl I hope aqui!"
ledge nothing .serious has n-p' that the administration, the facul- Had your picture taken yet for
Sperfed to them -'ty, and the student body of the the Seminole? The male co-eds
Not so long -ago in this colun _Ipresent and the "future will fight here are getting theirs taken for
ae a ie cult reft ,d. to the last stand to protect them the Flastacowo (that "wo" on the
yo # i of ,the teahe'l and .thereby -keep bigotry well end stands for women.) Also in-
nfun pnin a, University-that -sackled. cluded, will be Fla. State College
d 3a obligationn to for Women Dean of Men. Why not
present.as r onable an in.terpre- end it all and make Tally part of
.. ,fras he can.- Chemical TFrcks the University System? Did some-
and implcitly to the administrk- one say co-education?
tir's, obligation not to inte W ill RBe wk
,,wL4h lnim as a teacher. By: no B 1i iDW" ''
,.means ,,vla. 'the writer soliciting A C
Sav O.n for soapr' ho oratory -or Chemical tricks, featuring KAs Complete
.a.nrg that' dire t line communi- "Cold Light",, and "Vesuvius in
Scaton be stabilized with Mos-- Action", will be presented at the Frolics Plans
co6w-.' Rpther he '.'. as pointing, to- next meeting of the Leigh Chem-
the nece~itV of the teacher be- ical. Society, Monday, Nov. 25, at The Kappa Alpha Fraternity has
..._ing free in hLs _teaching capacity 8 p. m. in the Chemostry Audit- aeady completed plans fo the
.to intoir.e-.gWpFclude from ,the orium, it was : I -iounced today. alrea ans or t
facts as he saw them, and if these Dr. Butler and Dr. Phillips of Fall Frolics to be held the week-
interpretaI o and conclusions fell the Chemistry Department will end of December 6-7. A reception
m 4ne he toes of the in- act as Emcees, it was, announc- will be held at the Chapter House
14ha, thefte be no at- ed. 'all day Friday, concluding with a




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Afterward will be a barbecue and
formal dance for members, pledges
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Trials And Tribulations Of

Leo, SAE Lion, Are Bared

By Pen Gaines
The grey of the sky darkens. Tle night is just a ty ,,
one on the University of Florida campus, with lights -ow-
ing from the library and dorms. College lads stroll across
the pine needles to seek a bite to eat or a bull session in.
friendly frats or crowded drive-ins.
On the corner of Ninth and Uni- would be duplicated and how the
versity, under the shadow of the struggle between Leo's bodyguards
traffic lights that constantly col- and attacks would be increased.
orize the Area, three figures, one --
at a time, dart behind cars parked Concrete Foundation
along fraternity row. They peer There have been several impor..
over the hoods and scan the point tant changes in Leo's structure
of attack. The area has been the since his first few years at his ne.v
scene of many exciting battles, home. The biggest addition the
surprise assaults from the enemy concrete foundation that is buried
-nocturnal hours fil led with several feet below the ground'o-
nightmares of dripping paint surface recalls the strangest
brushes, flaming tar and feathers, adventures of all.
"The Job Is Done" It was during the Florida-Bos-
With the coast clear, the trio ton College week-end in October,
springs over the top, swoops low 1938, that Leo figured in the big-
over the frat lawn, and begins to gest lion-napping case .this coun-
splatter the target with a heavy try has ever seen. Coming from
barrage of splashing paint. There, the football game, the brothers
along with the brush of hands as found the ever-faithful guardian
to indicate, "the job is done," the missing from the usual place.
hideous, sneering, laughing faces, Chapter sleuths immediately be-
underneath the orange and blue of gan searching for clues, but were
Florida rat caps, leer at the drip- unable to find anything but the
ping poor soul. truck t r a c k s recorded on the
Leo-the faithful lion that s-.-.s heather.
proudly and coldly guarding the Searches and Rumors
Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity The more the SAE's searched
house-has again been the target for Leo, the more rumors began
for the night. It is just another flowing in. The eternally silent.
incident in the life history of one symbol of SAE power was report.-
of the campus' more cherished ed to be anywhere from the belfry
and famous figures. of some campus social society to
Leo 16 Years Old the muddy bottom of Newman's

A permanent part of the Uni- 'Lake.
versity traditions, as well as the The Nov. 19, 1938, issue of the
symbol of SAE fraternity, Leo is Alligator carried an offer of a
constructed of reinforced concrete $25 reward for information con.-
at a cost of $150, weighs 1-,000 cerning Leo's whereabouts. Th'e
pounds, and, according, to incom- weeks dragged on,- but still no
plete facts secured during the word. With the end of school in
week, is over 16 years old. view the next spring, word was
Propaganda, whether good or finally received.
bad, always follows anyone who is "Preacher Gordon's .Dise.very,".....
in the limelight for some time, and Dr. U. S. (Preacher) Gordon en-
Leo has not been an exception., lightened the worried brothers by
Many rumors have floated around revealing the secret that Leo lay
that he was originally stolen by buried on Paine's Prairie on the
the SAE's and placed on their highway to Ocala. The excavation
lawn as a guiding symbol for men process was quickly completed and
who went through the portals of it didn't take but a few days for
the chapter house. However, it has the beloved brother to take his
been discovered that it was a gift, usual position, this time on an
to the chapter by the freshman enormous block of buried concrete.
pledge class of 1929, and was a During the past seven years, Leo
silvery white when placed on the has not budged. Once he was re-'
lawn for the first time. sponsible for pulling the back end
Neophytes of Rival Frats of a truck off the body as a group
How long he remained white is was planning to kidnap him again.
not clearly recorded in his history. Despite the tomatoes, paints and
Whether by jealousy or admira- feathers, he has had only one foul
tion, the tradition of coating Leo accident. His long, healthy tail
with paint gradually grew by leaps was broken in two places and
and bounds, particularly by neo- clipped off. Since that prank in
phytes of other Greek letter frats summer of 1944, Leo has sported
that required the attack at least several plastic tails.
once during the year. Subject of IFC Meeting
How many times he has been Leo's fate was discussed in an
painted or tarred and feathered by inter-fraternity conference meet-
pranksters or rival frat men re- ing in 1945. The IFC, recogmz-
mains almost the same problem as ing the need of controlling so
in figuring the 1945 national debt. deadly a weapon as the barrage
But it has been reported by many being thrown at Leo, took meas-
SAE pledge classes that as much ures to protect him. It placed a
as a dozen coats of loud paint has $25 fine and a free appearance to
been "blow-torched or scraped" off the University's discipline commit-
Leo during his regular cleaning, tee for anyone caught defacing-
Name on Many Lips Leo in any way.
Leo soon became to mean some- Many other interesting incidents
thing outside the SAE circles; and, have occurred in Leo's lifetime,
although the feeling he has creat- but his tradition and meaningful
ed in some students might not be spirit go much further.-When girls
as sacred and fraternal as in all during the recent Villanova week.-
the SAE's since 1929, his name has end began kicking Leo and shou;-
still been on the lips of more col- ing, "Growl, you lion, you!" there
lege boys than syllogism has been might be more to Leo's past and
on the lips of C-41 students. Who- present than is seen at first glance.
ever first had the idea of painting Through paint or shine, Leo still
Leo did not realize how his act remains King.

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Pledged By SPE
Pirate KreweReforms; Plans igma Phi Epsilon fraternity.
S" Se s n has added five men to its pledge
Sh ed F or Socia l season i-oll since Rush Week,-oofficials of
Oian the fraternity announced.
The new men a r e: Carroll
By Joe Robbins Brown and R. H. Dixon of Dun-
On the night of Nov. 19, 1946, Ye Mystic Pirate Krewe ellon, Danny Orlitzki, Oklawaha,
was once again fully activated after being inactive for the Barney Creech, Belle Glade, and
war years. The Pirate Krewe is one of the oldest and os The Sig Ep frat house has been
colorful social clubs on the cam- undergoing a new coat of paint
pus. were completed for the big Pirate during the last few weeks, offi-
Many here now will remember Parade on Saturday morning of cials announced, and work is al-
the gay pirate costumes' seen Fall Frolicr and the formal party most completed. General improve-
around the campus on weekends befurie thb Les Erown Dance. ment inside and outside the house
such as the Fall Frolics and the has been one of the primary pro-
ilitary Ball. At last week's jects during the current semester,
meeting the returning "Old Men" Gator Band W ill it was announced, and fraternity
of the Krewe mapped plans for officials stated that the end of the
the coming ear tand ull scale op- Play At Grid ear will see decidect improvement
rations for all the pirates. lay the Sig'Ep manor.
Led By Boyd in the Sig
This year the Krewe will te led I1t Tomorrow
by Captain Charlie Boyd. The R AL
other officers of the ship are First The Gator Pep Club is cor- o FOR SALE
Mate John Bidwell, Second Mate pleting plans for a big parade to
and Keeper of the Cash, Ed Cark- be held in Tampa on Saturday T
huff; Third mate and Secretary, morning, before the big game
Frank Bryant; Bos'n and Sgt. at with N. C. State. Time and place
Arms, Julian Luisey, and Pledge are set for 12:30 Saturday, at Double Breasted
Capt. Herb Robson. the Floridan Hotel. Pep Club E e nt Cn iti
The meeting Tuesday night was members suggest that all frater Excellent Condition
a smoker given by the Krewe in nity men have a big sign with
honor of the 28 new pledges of their Greek letters on it and all Coat 38
the club. the cars they can get to add col- Trousers 32
New Members or to the parade. The city of
New members are: Tampa is behind our team, Let's Ph 5
C. J. Hardee, Paul Sligleton, show them that the University rh ne 5 U-W
King Kendricks, Bobby Poage, is backing ltem all the wavy.
and Jack Colbert of Tampa, Fla.; .
Billy Howell, Jack Holloway, San-
dy Bryan, Albin Hutchinson, Eu-
gene Floyd, Bru Ely, Joe Price
and George Schnell of Jackson-
ville; Arthur Richardson. Walter
Carpenter of Orlando; Max Cha-
ney, Allen Keel of Gainesville;
Elliot Heald of Lakeland,, Fla. ;BK
Arthur Bobsey of Dallas, Texas,
Pappy Robertson of Atlanta, Ga.;
George Pritchard of Plant City,'
Fla.; Stan Dorsey of Quincey,
Fla.; Red Pritchard of Ft. Wal-
ton, Fla.; E.uck Coleman of Day-
,tona Beach, Fla.; Gene Cox of
Lake City, Bill Brainard of West
Palm Beach, and Bob Marshall of
Eustice, Fin.
Many "Old Men"
"Old Men" of the Krewe are:
Mac Christie, Charlie Boyd,
Denby Gatlain of Jacksonville, i
Fla., John Bidwell, Joe Robbins,
Julian Lifescy, Ben Tillman, Herb
Robson and Ed Van Eepool of
Tampa, Fla., Barney Alford of
Pensacola, Fla.; Buggs Reynold
of Ocala, Mante Tillis of Bartow,
Ed Carkhuff, Rusty Hightower of N N
Mariana, Wayne Smith of Gaines- IN RAINBOW COLO
ville, Jack Campbell of Chipley, I I N O W C JLO
Bud Henderson of Tallahasse and
Franni Bryant.
Frolic Plans Made HAT FELT RUG
During:,.his first meeting-plans
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Social Sorority Meets Informally
On Nov.'13; tie kappa Epsilon i and punch, .'.ere- ri'l s
sorority held an informal meeting i Members p'r, t r, se.
and card party at the home of the Florida May Car son, Edith Ware,
president, Miss Mary Ware. A new son, Edith Ware,
and interesting card game was Mary Ware, Jean: Whi .r-e uir
played and afterward sandwiches Mrs. Eneida R. White.


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Mail Delivery Poll Fails; Cavaliers Add

New Post Office Planned 24 Members Photography Begins On

e;. The Cavaliers, campus dance so- mioe De1 Told
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new men into its membership, of
ficials of the organization havy
New Members
New members are: Hilary Al-
bury, Grover Baxley, Rotert Ben-
nett, William Doro, Erwin Fleet,
James Gollacheck, Jack Greenhut,
William Fecht, Turner Hogan,
Herbert Johnson, Joseph Johnston,
Laird Legg, Thomas Ott, Vernon
Reeves, William Seibert, Clifford
Shepard, John Shepard, Harold
Smith, Tom Stewart, Howard
Warns, Frank Whitaker, John
White, Walter Martin, and WVil-
liam Branas.
Dance Planned
Plans for a dance to be -held the
weekend of Fall Frolics have been
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orchestra has been engaged, and
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Svle from 7-9 p.m., Saturday, De-
By Neil Ev.ans cember 7.
Recent suggestions that some, form of distribution be in- Next meeting of the Cavaliers
tr6duced to alleviate the conjested condition of the Post December 3, inathe 7 p.m.Flori All mem-
Office, Uiiversity Station, have met with no success. Three bers are urged to attend.
piloposal's which were offered as methods of distribution to
the dormiftofies have been tempo-
ra4iTyTarfd" i6"r'" oi discarded by VetsToSponsor
MA Carl Opp, Assistant Director the U. S. Post Office Department T onsor
of jLousing. to investigate the possibilities ofi K d Y Party
IMonitor Handling Proposed a new sub-station in the immedi- i S IU e at y
he first proposal was that. the ate vicinity of the campus. A
do mitory monitors handle mail week's investigation was conduct- A Christmas party for chil-
disribution, but was discarded by ed by the Post Office Department, dren of married students will be
Opp because he is of the opinion but results seem to be unfavorable sponsored by the combined cam-
th t they already have their hands due to "an inadequacy of busi-i pus veterans organizations and
full. ness." The unfavorable results Veterettes, it was announced
second plan advocated build- may be due in part to the facts this week by officials of, the va-
in4 a subsidiary station in the that the investigation was- con- rious- groups.
do mitorf'Trta."- 'TMts-'was also ducted last summer between, se- The party, to be held at 3:00
discarded as- impractical. mesters when attendance was at p.m. on December 16, is tenta-
a low and because of a greater tively scheduled to be held in
Di- ribuiiion..Bo\-- preesing need within Gainesville the University Auditorium. It
thir.1 -:,e-.'cn. '', .h,.:- was itself for a larger post office. was emphasized that the chil-
regarded .- r f-.t-.stLiie i,y Orp'. o:uld dren of all campus students are
haTe init, .tr S- system ..4 .:i.stri- Plans Formulated' invited to attend.
bu-ion tc. i I -,- :.-- int.ill.-.:1 in But plans' are being formulated It is urged that parents who
thd dormi,.,-e. ain a p.-l of by the. University for a new and intend- to bring their children to
opinionn v -i.:-- .:da:t.ed ~in the larger post office under the Uni- the party, notify Veterettes be-
dormitory residents by the momi- versity Auditorium. It will be a fore Dec. 5, of the name and age
toir. The results of the poll indi- complete post office in every re- of the child in order that appro-
cated thet-.4e--majority of the spect. Mr. George F. Baughman, private gifts for the children at-
stidents were not sufficiently in- Assistant *Business Manager of tending ma be irchased This
terpsted or objected to the addi- the University, states that the information may beleft atthe
tia al expense such a system building of this proposed post of- Veterettes box at the Florida
wo ld cost them. fice will be delayed considerably Unon dack.
She erection of mail boxes in because of the critical building
th dormitories and the salary of material and labor shortage.
a i ailman to distribute the mail as cashier and a professional store
to these boxes would necessitate a and butcher have been
renral fee of approximately a dol- Co-Op Grocer -- ':l.r', and butcher have been
lar per quarter year. er
j New Boxes Delayed Continued from Page ONE A full line of meat, produce, dai-
-1 e Boe elayed i' ry products and frozen foodstuffs
1 Meanwhile, additional, boxes Florida Blue Key. Also on the w11 be carried, and Co-Op Presi-
ordared by the University for in- agenda will be Ben Mayberry, dent Ben Mayberry points out that
staolation in have sufferedsity anoSta- chairman of the Co-Ops Board of the Co-Op will sell to its members
tioy due to ave sufflaboere strike another Directors, and Fred Turner, a at prices consistently lower than
de due ompany that agreed to sup- member of the board. Mayberry retail grocers are able, with some
ply them. Deny thavet agreed of te boxes will tell future plans of the Co-Op, items listed at cost and others at a
hade previously been delayed by while Turner, under whose admin- low markup to cover operating ex-
the Pittsburgh power strike. As- istration as summer session stu- penses. Opening prices will prob-
surhnces of delivery in the near dent body president,. the Co-Op ably be slashed- after several
futi re have been received by the was first started, will speak on the months when operating expenses
Uni ersity.an4d-,their..arrival will beginnings of the movement, are determined and expenses coin-
increase the number of boxesTape-Cutting cidental with opening are met,
available in- the University Sta- / Tape-utting Mayberry added.
tioni by approximately one-third. At the conclusion of the brief
ew Sub-Station Possible ceremony, a tape will be cut from Board of Directors
R Pcently the University asked across the entrance of the store, The Co-Op wfll operate to please
signifying its official opening. The its members, Mayberry stated, and.

store, located in the Flavet I area,
G oji W ill is a former Army quonset hut, the
Gior Danu W use of which is granted the Co-Op
corporation by the Board ,-, Con-
PM y AtGid' trol. Rent for the gr-r,.id upon
which the quonset is stI tIri.:i has
Tidt Tomorrow .been set by the- Board. of Control
Sat $1 per year..
The Fighting Gator Band; which Only members may trade at the
has; received high praise from store, although membership is still
marty out of state sources for its open. Qualifications for member-
precesion drills and excellent mu- ship are that the member be a
sic, will make its fourth in-state bona fide student of the University
app arance at, the Florida-North of Florida and that he pay a mem-
Car4lina St-ate- game.. in Tampa bership fee of -$15.50, of which $15
Saturday afternoon. is refunded upon graduaLion or
SNew Uniforms resignation from the University.
Tie- snappy (Kappera,,-'- of- the At the opening today, according
ban -is the re- t 6 orneT. uniforms to Chris Bracewell, manager,, a
(th first in twenty years!) made present of a five-pound bag of
available by the aid of the Athlet- sugar will, be given to the first
ic I~ipartmentLTue .band-is led by customer who purchases over $5
Drun,. Major Olin Richards of Sar- worth of merchandise; Other prizes
asotc:. and.is directed by Professor will be given to the first 20: pa-
R. IeWitt Brown. trons purchasing- mei-chandise at
Inr answer to a quest in often the store.
asked, a band. representative ex- The- Cooperative, which has ap-I
plaianed that the Alma Mater is no poately 500members, will fea-
itn plia 4 a.as proximately 50.0.meniberiswill fea-
conger it .gAe the alive spbe- ture among pther scarce items,
tatois sho eev.t.ea requested to bacon and black pepper. Among
tan between the hvens d the items for sale, for. comparison
steall, it is played at the end of of prices, will be strawberries at
every game. 50 cents per pound box, eggs at 58
v Lyle Named cents a dozen, black pepper at
At a recent business meeting of 12 cents a box, baby food at 8 1-2
the band, Terry Lyle, of Jackson-- cents per can, and green peas at
ville' was elected publicity direc- 25 cents.
tor qf the banr.. Tit business man- Store hours will' be from 8:30
agert is Jerome Bain, of Miami and 'be employed at wages 'consistent
his .assist>;.a, is Jamnes Fletcher, with the prevailing hourly campus
of Palm Hi rbor. level. A student's wife will work

a. "suggestion box" will be avail-
able in the store. All suggestions
will be referred to the board of
directors of the Student Cooper-
ative, Inc.
Members of the board of direc-
tors are: Ben Mayberry, presi-
dent; Frank Wilson, vice presi-
dent; George Kates, secretary;
"Bud" Myers, treasurer, and Har-
old Smith, Frank Stanley, Fred
Turner, Ken Jones, Morty Freed-
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By Harold Herman
Individual and Fraternity pictures for th'e 1947 Semi-
_ nole are now being taken in the yearbook office in Florida
Union, Monday through Friday fro m9-12 a.m. and 1:30
to 6 p. m., Ahian Sheehan, Seminole business manager,
'_ announced this week.
SSheehan asked that all inde-
A pendents report for their pictures
IAppOintee I in the morning from 9-12. Those
d who are unable to make it in the.
morning will be notified of a later
time through dorm sections and
personal contact.
Dress Announced
Dress for the pictures will be:
Fraternity men, white shirt and
lat .et, tie, one regular coat, one black
". bow tie and one tuxedo coat. Inde-
pendents, white shirt, tie and'coat.
Sheehan urged that everyone get
Their pictures as soon as possible,
so that the photographers can
complete their schedule which re-
quires the photographing of over
5,000 persons in a month.
S.. N m Prices Told
The prices for the photographs
S i are a dollar and thirty-five cents
" .-.,,.;T~ for both tuxedo and regular coat
picture and a dollar and fifteen
cents for the individual coat pic-
ture. Additional pictures in the
-. .. ; yearbook will cost five cents
Bob MacLeish's appointment to Reprints Available
fill the vacancy on the Board of "Beside having a fine picture in
.Student. Publication was approved the 1947 Seminole," Sheehan said,
by the Executive Council at its "you will have an opportunity to
last meeting. obtain reprints of the photographs,
which are being taken by one of
the country's outstanding studios,
M ac eish aat a very nominal cost."

Chem Frat Meets;

To Fill Vacancy Newg Officers Are
Named To Posts
By George KowkabanyP
The nomination of Bob Mac- Gamma Sigma Epsillon, Chemii-
e b n int o a cal Fraternity, met last Monday
Leish by President Harry- Parham afternoon to discuss plans for the
to fill the vacancy on the Board of future and to elect two new offi-
Student Publications was approved cers. These officers are .Mr. Drew
by the Executive Council, at its Potter, Electorn of the Bladk Arts,
last meeting. and Miss Jedn Whitmore, Herald.i
Heads of three student publica- President Lewis Traina appoint-
tions had previously recommended ed various committees toprepare'
,MacLeisl as 1946-47 "F" Book ed- reports for the National Conven-
aibjr as being most qualified for tion on December sixth: ad sev-
ete th e T.si enth at the Mississippi State:Col-
.rt Hir" lege for Women. This will be the
V Secretary Hired
In order to effectively handle fist1941. National Convention since
the large amount of paper work After discussing the possibility
incumbent upon the duties of the of holding a formal banquet prior
president, his cabinet and the coun- to the Christmas holidays, the
cil, the Executive Council ap- meeting was adjourned.
proved a motion to hire a secre-
tary whose salary will be paid out
of student body funds. M urphree Sunday
Petition. Granted
The council.on the recommenda- Recita Offers
tion of Florida Blue Key passed, a.
m o t i o n empowering PresidentVa red Program
Parham to petition Dr. Tigert for
an- extension of the Thanksgiving For his Sunday afternoon recit-
holiday to include the entire week- al, Claude Murphi-ee, University
end. This. petition: was subse- organist, announces a varied pro-
quently granted by Dr. Tigert.. gram ranging from Handel to
Vote Fines VMarcel Dupre, to be played in the
University auditorium at 4 p. m.
In order to bolster the poor at- The program includes the Ouck-
tendance shown.at recent meetings oo and' Nightingale Concerto- of
the council passed a motion to fine Handel, tlhe new suite, "Evocation"
members one dollar for unexcused by Dupre, also the following:
absences and 50 cents for tardi- Variations on "America-", Coke-
ness. Pephcott; Daguerrotype of Moth-
The greater part of the meeting er; Gaul; Hymn of the American
was taken up in approving appro- Navy, Gaul; Introduction to "Khio-
priations for subsidiary student vantchina", Moussorgsky; and
body organizations. Fantasia, in G, by Maekelberghe.

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In latest unofficial count the KA's by winning .the
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catching the previously high flying PFi Delts who had held
a big lead before the tourney. The
Phi Delts still hold the lead 360
WATCH CRYSTAL to the Kappa Alpha's 357.
The KA's were 53 points behind
BROKEN? the Phi Delts before the basket-
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Pi -Lams In Thirda Place
The Pi Lams who were way
back in tenth place came up the
adder as they gained the finals of
he basketball meet.
The complete list of fraternities
Lnd scores:
1. PDT ................. 360
2. PLP ... ... .. .. ........ 271
4. TX ........ .... ...... .. 250
5. SAE ..... .... .... ..... 247
5: ATO ........ .... ..... 247
6. TEP ................. 235
7. PKT .... .... ..... 232
8. KS .. . .. ....... 229
9. PKA .. .. ....... 228
10. SN .... .... .... ...... 225

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Baptist Union
The Baptist Union and The All
SStars came roaring into the finals
) of the Independent League in the
Intramural Volleyball tournament
as they waded through all con-
I In the first round, the Baptist
lUnion downed the boys from Sea-
gle Hall in two straight games, 15-
5 and 15-10. In comparatively easy
victories they also took two
Straight from the Dirty Shirts,
'15-4 and 15-6. With a little more
competition, Baptist Union down-
ed Crane Hall 16-11 and 15-6.
'Bye In First Round
After getting a bye in the first
round the All Stars came through
against the West Florida Hell-
Cats with victories of 15-5 and 15-
10. C. L. 0. gave them little
trouble, as the All Stars won 15-6
and 15-7.
All Stars
The All Star team is composed
of the following men, F. E. Autrey,
H. Crim, D. Crim, F. Kiehle, R.
Shoemaker, H. Freeburg, M. Carra-
way, C. Beutelle,. D. Hodge, and I.
The Baptist Union men are,
- Charles Pittman, C. F. Burnett,
Vernon Voyles, Bill Seibert, Fred
Brett, and Dick Payne.

Blue Cross Aide
A Blue Cros&, representative
will be in West Lounge, Florida
Union, Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday of next week from
3:30 to 5:30 p.m.

10. SX .... .... .... ...... 225
11. DTD .... .. .... ... 205
12. BTP .... .... .... ...... 192
13. SP ... .. .... ... 191
14. PKP .. .. ... .. . .... 172
15. LXA ... ... ... ..... 171
16.- PGD .... .. .... .. .... 170
17. DS .................. 146
18. AGR ....... ... .. .... 145
19. CP ...... ....... -130
20. DC ..... ... ..... .. 30

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Don Barry in

1 MIMI UUDTIEEuN F --U-U -. i I. ",q

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By Bill Boyd ,,
The KA's -came roaring down -the .stre.tch and won the,,
1946 Inrammural basketball championship as they scored:n
a close decision over the hard fighting Pi Laiirs iin a game",
marked with plenty of excitement- '
and thrills to the last whistle, The on. f then uor're'high in th- sqr."
final score was KA's 24, Pi Lams -.
22. ing. Chitty tallied 6: points and,;
In one of the m ost ex citing S '. -ige e -. 7 .." ..
games of the tournament the KA's The dfig gurns for the losers we.,
took an early lead and hel.1 it all Pearlnian with 7,. an Margeol and
the way as they staved off a last- Lietnan with two each.
period rally by the losers. ', .. KA-SAE Gam ..
Suberman Scores Five : In reaching the finals the
Hans Tansler, shifty KA center. 'champs-.won- a 17-13 victory over-
led the scoring for the winners and the scrappy. SAE's in. a semi-final'
turned in a fine defensive game:as- game. Julian Miller-led the winr-
he tallied 8 points. Subermarl, Pi ners in this game with six' points;:':.
Lam center, also scored five has- The high-point man for the losei'r'
kets to lead his team in the scor- was Bunch with six.
ing column. Pi Lams Defeat hi Delt,.,
Chitty and Savage
John Chitty and Bill Savage In the other semi-final.game the,
Pi LasJohn Chittyand Bill Savag squeezed the Phi Delt;.
played a nice floor game and -each ou f the running with 'a -close
19-17 battle.':The Phi Delts helTd)
the lead most of. the way"and the-
Pi Lams came from behind to d'ceip"
Sthe game arid th6 right '"ad play in
P the finals.
L -jU d T _- .

mni ates iwo
Mrs. Eva Marcotte AnC'qso n
and Julius C. English have ipeen
elected to Phi Beta Kappa, :t Was
announced yesterday by Dr Er-
nest G. Atkin, President of' the
local chapter.
Initiation Dec. 3
Initiation of the two new irem-
bers will take place at 5 p. m.,' De-
cember 3 in Florida Union. Irhis
will be followed at 6 p. m. 'b'y, a
hnnmueta tf l Hnopl TPhnmasc an nt

Poems By Gat-or
Students I'ncluded""
In Anthology
The National Poetry:-; AssociasO
tion announced last week. thatthe
work of two .Florida- Urniversity; .
students had been- accepted for.,
publication in the -Anhualb:Anthoe-'
ogy of College Poetry:- "Fatali-Tn' ,
in Brief" by George Kowkabart v

8p m. by the fall Phi Beta Kfppa F. Richardso "
Dr. Brannen will deliver th' .ad- Contains College -Poeetry
dress on -the subject "Philosqphy, The Ann ual Anthdlogy -o- Col-.
the Guide of Life", which is the lege Poetry is a compilation of the
motto of Phi Beta Kappa. finest, poetry 'writfein-by thhe Col-
Membership Considerations lege men and -women of America.-_
The local chapter of Phi Beta Selections were- made--from- thou-
Kappa, oldest national honorary sands of poems subnmitted.
society, was established here in Kowkabany, author"of "Fatal-
February 1938. To be considered ism in Brief", iS-Flcord'aj.lue' Key
for membership one must have not Member and very active in the
only an academic average in the Newman Club, campus Catholic or-
upper 15 percent of his graduating ganization. -
class, but must also have shown Richardson'* Seond
evidence by his .extracurricular "In Peaceful Sl?]-p" is tl.e .sec-
activities of such originality, lead- ond-poem by Richardson to be ac-
ership, and other qualities which cepted by this publication. He is a
mark him as indicated to make member of'the'" Baptit Studeft
valuable contributions to society. Union.


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ries, 15-13 and 15-10. In their
semi-final match with _.uck B &
C they dropped the first game,
15-9, but came back to wi,. the last
two, 15-2 and 15-4.
Squad Meimbers
The following men are members
of Sledd C & G: 0 .T. Ward, W.
Rice, G. T. Karaphllis, W. L. Hal-
sey, M. B. Frunkers, Scott and
Members of the Temp E six are:
R. Prange, J. J. May, H. Weinberg,
A. Cribbett, H. L. Thomas, V. E.
DiMaio, E. Prange, R. F. Jones,
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t fiG Certificate

1 By Ray Jacobson
Florida's varsity basketball team started serious work
last week. For the first time since practice started the
team began to take. shape. Bright prospects were in the
showing in all departments. The --
ball-handling department was best N. | T-
repirtsenited ty 'returning letter-
mim RalphLieker. and Julian Mil-

Lei`dd Pn tlos VA Is Not Responsible For "Bruising Brue Ou
cog in last year's team has shown U -ftV
gre(t' sped.aill, maneuverability O Gefou:8o e
infsea=rlyVra ctices.Miller who dis- veieranS Wh Play Football ame; roves,
played his talents at Bainlridge By Hugo Spitz Veterans W ho Play Football Of Game; Groves,
N.T.C. last year has teamed well A fast. tricky Villanova eleven flrwLa CAA Ad mA.
. oi L,.-e'r invaded Florida Field last Satur- Veterans Administration has no responsibility with respect to vet-P r ner G Se Action
N' In r.r,.-.i. i..v -and work under sity of Florida, 27-20. A crowd of scheduled courses in school or college, VA said today. VA made this y ordn Bittel
the basket 'Goach Mi.cAllister has 15,000 saw the Wildcat's deceptive statement in answer to questions By Jordan Bitte
turned ,up;; with much talent. T formation work to perfection. about the right of veterans to as a training objective for. a dis- The University of Florida's
Among thesewerqe two lettermen: Villanova's fast hand-off plays not play football when they are draw- able veteran,. battle i winless
Bill; Atkiw.nop and Scotty Hender- only kept the "Fighting Gators" ing disability compensation. VA has found that schools gen- battered, bruises, winless
so. Their, fine.. work has been baffled most of the ball game, but Additional disability so incurred rally will not permit a man to but still fighting Gators take
suppleentecl by Lamar Bridges, kept the fans searching for the probably would not -be compens- play colleg-te football if he has a the field Saturday afternoon
Hri. Ha.il.On H bis Tanzler, ball carrier for the total sixty able under veterans' laws. disability that might make the against the North Carolina
,i,.:l Nm.rn,h 3rph.:ns. -minutes. Allow Compensation dangerous to him .r Cri a
Open A i StherFirst Blood VA might allow additional com- Fre To Choose Courses Wolfpack at Tampa in their
CoaTh -M.A!l,-htr has been try- It was a iard fought ball game sensation for injury suffered by Veterans who are enrolled under eighth attempt to bring
ing, toiarangflge some more gamesalthway withbFlorid
buti a r yet has not reached any ll the way with Florida drawing a disabled trainee if the injury the G. I. Bill are free to choose home their first victory of the
definite dates, sie, is mainly in- first blood. Opening up with a were a result of the pursuit of a their own courses, and, as far as 1946 season.
teresteda: .in e games prior to the driving ground attack in the first course of vocational rehabilitation VA is concerned, may play football With defensive stalwart Jack
De.. 6 opener against Florida quarter, the Gators moved .sixty under Public Law 16, VA said. One either as part of the course or as White out for the season after
S..ut -,.ir yards, with FullbackVie Vacarro example would be if the veteran an extra-curricular activity. The i suffering a broken leg in the
Roster. Announced piling over from the one. This was were injured, without fault on his VA is not authorized or required Georgia game and the possibility
The complete 1946-47 roster in- the first time all season that Flor- part, in a machine operation pres- to pay for injuries suffered by of Broughton "Brute" Williams,
cludes: ida has scored before their oppo- cribed by VA officials as part of these men in connection with their i the leading pass receiver in the
William O'Steen, Scotty Hen- nents. I the training course, courses, except that any World nation and mainstay on defense,
derscr, .T,]i.n M;11-r H.ms Tanz- Villanova Toucihdowns Advise Against Sporti, War II veteran may be eligible for seeing action very slight because
ler, Fhl .C-rg.:-r. Nr.rran Stepens, Villanova came back with two VA does not usually advice dis-1 pension if permanently and totally of a wrenched knee inflicted in
Warren MeNulty, Joe Hyatt, Ran- quick touchdowns in the middle of abled veterans to take strenuous disabled by injury or disease not t last week's contest with Villanova,
i1' C'l)e.'.J -J -1ci ld.-rrm ,n. Bill the second period. With only a few sports as part of their vocational the result of his own misconduct. ,the Gators will enter the game
T_-. 'TF.i.,: ',i t J'...'K Kim- minutes remaining in the first half, rehabilitation, and it is not likely once again as underdogs.
brought, Jaq. .-. ..i:vd. Lamar Little Hal Griffin received a Wild- to prescribe professional football d y Dc At Parker Retu
Bridges, Pa l 'uiJones, cat punt on his own 13 yard line. Holiday c These losses were partially
Bob Poage, Rodney Hudson, James Running towards the west side of completing ten, to cover 83 yards ; .. compensated by the return to ac-
Oivee';-Ralplt 'ioker.GI Re c compensated by the return to ac-
J6hfifiChitty, Harry-"-Hamiiton, the field he faked the ball to and the Gators final score. Chuck vtIle Rec. Center tion of Fletcher Groves, first
Ja.nesWilliams;,~'Tn Altee, Bill Chuck Hunsinger, raced up the. Hunsinger grabbed one in the end A Thanlsgiving dance, spon- string guard, and Billy Parker,
Lane, Bill, -Atkinson. Charles Me- west sideline to midfield where he zone after the ball was deflected scored by the Gator Pep Club and early season passing sensation
.CaitsinAllinmEPopee,:iJames Watts. sidestepped Villanova.'s safety by the Villanova's halfback. the Gainesville Girls' Service now ready to supplement the pow-
s-e. man, and ran on for Florida's sec- Hunsinger Leads lub, will be held at the Gaines- erful Florida passing a,.ttack.
S* ond1 score. This 87 yard touch- Out of the last 125 yards gained ville Recreation Center Monday, The Gators will be out to break
-BE'K S TAILORS down jaunt was the longest run of on the ground, Halfback Chuck November 25 at 8;00 p.hi. the longest losing streak in the
S Mode to Meoasure Clothe.i the ball game. Hunsinger netted 91 in 10 attempt-i Sponsors of the dance have history of the school, six games
SGator Aerial Attack ed runs. Florida's passing attack announced that music will be being the previous high. They will
., TE RATIONS In the final minutes of the game only netted 94 yards but 83 of. provided by an orchestra and be up against one of the top teams
and trailing 13-27, Florida openedd ..these came in the final minutes of that admission is free. Every- in the nation though and really
.t- L.nYperti' A.ve. up with their famed aerial attack. the ball game. one Is invited to attend. have their work cut out for them.
-Doug Belden fired. twelve passes,
W olfpack Rated High
Te p E P The Wolfpack is rated amog
the top five defensive tearri in
P a r^^d d C =6the country and in the top ten
teams in all-around effiier, c in
AWtTINAUNorth Carolina State has suf-
fered only two losses this year.
I"' They were tripped ,up by Vander-
T'*S NAE n V bilt's Commodores 7-0 and were
Coining down the Dorm League home stretch of the In- upset by VPI 14-6. On the other
A: N G N E S W TTNAU ER PRODUCT tramural volleyball tournament Temp E and Sledd C & G hand they hold victories over
are battling it out for the championship. Duke, 13-6; Clemson, 14-7; David-
Sledd C & G, in their first round mach with Thos. C & VsI, 49-7; and Virginia, 27-7.
S-- D won their match two out of three. In the quarter finals
they met Murph L & M and scored Hunsinger In Good Form
S a decisie. wI in t rlit win the semi-f final gaes, 15-2 and the dark cloud over Florida Field
tangled with the erratic hos. A 15-1.this week as Charley Hunsinger
.tnldwh te err h hos. Other Games returned to his old time Navy form',
& B six. In this match Thos. wonr
the first game, 15-11, and the In the lower bracket, the high- against Villanova last week and
Scrappy Sledd bunch came back to flying Temnp E boys won their first Doug Beldon continued to hit Joe
'C F Best ~roun.d. match over Buck DM & E, Chesser with one pass after a-
Sther in the closing minutes of
BULLETIN the Villanova game.
Final results in the Independent Despite the impressive record of
and Dormitory Volleyball Leagues the Wolfpack the Gators will be
3 ST DT reached the ALLIGATOR at press granting no concessions when they
time last night. meet the N. C. Staters ,tomorrow
The All Stars defeated the Bap- afternoon and will be full of that
SOr the Best tist Student Union team, 15-0 and spirit which they showed by soor-
S15-6, to cop-the Independent title ing on Villanova in the closing
Listening in and Sled C and G defeated Tempo- minute of that game. The squad
rary E to take thie crown in the and their supporters feel that this
ADormitory League. year's team is too good to not win
USiC one game all year and they feel
match they ran into trouble as i,t might as well be.N. C. State
Enroll in 15-8 and 15-12. In their second as anyone.
THE they lost their first game, 15-5, to Met Six Times Before
Temp A, but rallied in the last two The Gators and the Wolfpack
C R D games and came out with victo- have met six times before on the
,R gridiron, the last time being in
1934. The Floridians have won
four of these games and were held
to a scoreless tie in another. The
SOLVE YOUR CHRISTMAS PROB- lone North Carolina victory came
SLEMS BY GING A VICTOR in 1932 when they won 17-6. The.
S" LE BY IING A VICTOR Gators won in 1928, 14-7; 1930,
/ OR COLUMBIA 27-0; 1931 34-0; and in 1934, 14-0.
No. dues. No mini- The scoreless tie was in 1933.


MANe Antn%

Op Grocery

Stocking The Co-(
Today Last Chance For

,ealyi Co tesl En ries
Today is the last day students will be able to submit
pictures of their favorites for the 1947 Seminole Beauty
Queen contest, announced Charlie Bostwick, who is
directing the contest for the year-
nook. Varga, famed artist, will Bostwick'said, "and we hope that
select the finalist in person at Les all students will enter their favo-
Brown's concert on Dec. 6, which rite's picture before the deadline."
will open the festivities fo" the
University of Florida's Fall Frolics_ .
week-end. Thanksgiving .
Reagan, Wyman, Varga Judges Continrecr From Page ONE "
Ronald Reagan and Jane Wy-
man, both of Hollywood fame, will ed that the University library I
do the preliminary judging on the would be closed Thanksgiving Day -.
photographs and the finalists they only, and would follow its regular ,
select will be invited to appear schedule on the other days.
here to be judged by Varga. The According to Director Billy Ma ..
winner will reign over the campus thews, Florida Union will restrict ,.
on the week-end and Varga in- its program considerably during '
tends to portray her on the cover the holidays, offering only desk
of a national magazine as Florida and Western Union service, and
Varga Girl of 1946. that at limited hours. The Union .
Finalist in Beauty Section will close at 6 p. m. Wednesday
All finalists will appear in the and not reopen until 8:30 a.m.
beauty section of the 1947 Semi- Friday, which day it will remain
nole, whether they appear here or open until 5 p.m. except for a '
not. noon-time interval. '
Pictures that will be submitted Union Schedule ;
before the deadline today should Saturday, the day. of the Au-
have the girl's name and home burn-Florida football game, the
town and the student's name and union will be open at 8:30 a.m.
address on the back. Entries may and function until game time. On '"
be left at the Florida Union desk. Sunday a normal schedule will be Cond tion Better
Schools Contacted resumed. Students were reminded
Various schools throughout that the games room would be For W wounded
Florida have been contacted and closed for the entire four-day pe-
asked to hold contests to select a riod, however. Ga St ad t
beauty that would represent them A check of the campus on atOr jrUSen
in the final judging. The Univer- Thursday revealed that the ad- Charles Spence, :n the Ala-
sity of Miami has a contest in the ministrative and business offices chua County 'Hospital as a result
offing, according to Bill Colson, were still tmdecided as to their [ of an acci ental gun shot wound
former Florida student, now at the holiday schedule, other than that a few weeks age, is reported im-
Miami school. they all will definitely be closed proved.
"All pictures will be returned." on Thursday, Nov. 28. Spence, a freshman at the Un-




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Take Seven Events;
C(astagna Named
"Foremost Speaker"
Tulane, Mississippi, South
Carolina, Emory, Randolph-
Macon, Agnes Scott, Geor-
gia Tech, and North Georgia
Technical College fell to the
sweeping oratory of the Uni-
versity of Florida's Varsity
Debate Socity teari in At-
lanta's All-S'iutler'i debate
tournament at Agn,-- Scott
College in Atlant.r last '..:k The
Gators won six out i to a p .-.ssible-
seven debates tc t:Ake- tihe Men's
Varsity Debate title r,:. th see-.
ond tmne in two years.
Castagna' Tops '
In addition to the team trophy,:
Bill Castagna was elected the'
foremost speaker of the tourna-:
ment, with Jack Murray tying for;
-second place. These two Florida.
men, comprising the Gator affir-
mative squad, trounced the Missis-
sippi team in the f inals to win top,:
honors. Leon McKim and Gerald!
Gordon, taking the negative, met-
with equal success in their con-:
First In Series
The Atlanta meet was the first:
in a series of debating tourna-:
ments which will decide the teams
to represent the Southern region,
in the "West Point Grand Nation-,
al Tournament to be held in April.,
This national contest will be made
up of the test teams in each of,
the seven regions covering the:
entire country.
The General College. ".baby.-Ga-
I tors" will get their first -test in an
all-Florida meet to be held on the
same weekend that the varsity
roes to Mississippi.

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diversity, was accidentally shot
while talking with friends in h's
room at 1828 West Church St.
The bullet, which came from a .38
calibre, pistol thought to be un-
loaded, lodged in Spence's left
.side. He was taken to the hos-
pital where his condition was re-
ported as serious.
No charges were ma:e as the
incident was reported to be acci-


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