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SLOPJ DA LLI AGTO

VOL. 38; NO. 10 UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA DEC. 6, 1946


Th~e Maestro~I;ie


Se I Concert Is

usGn'Switched To


LES BROWN


Lovely Frolics V:L


PAT FLAHERTY


f-rownedhlaIn frmen


Auditorium


0-a v wV sE aaf A aWE sA V W W M V By Pen Gaines
The 1947 Seminole Beauty Queen, who will reign over Les Brown, beauty queens,
the giant Fall Frolics week-end, will be selected from a dancing, teas, breakfasting
group of 30 candidates-including collegiate queens from and all such frolicking will
four Florida colleges-in the contest finals during Les officially get underway this
Brown's Band Concert in the Uni- afternoon at the University
versity Auditorium this afternoon -' ------. of Florida seethes with ac-
beginning at 5 o'clock. tivity in preparation for the
Four Collegiate Queens P opening of the biggest social
Among the finalists will be four week-end and perhaps the bright-
collegiate queens, who have a-est annual Fall Frolics in Florida's
ready been selected as beauty history
queens in contests held at Miami Trist- y.
University, Florida State College l A well-to-be-remembnered Fall
for Women, Stetson, and the Uni- 1Frolics s the order of the day,
versity of Tampa. as the Inter-Fratern ty Confer-
The remain ng candidates are ence, sponsor of the dance, has
the winners chosen by Ronald Rea- Veterans transferring from the carefully mapped out a schedule
gan and Jane Wyman, movie stars, University of Florida to any other of events in an effort to enter-
in the preliminary judging of pic- Iducational institution without tain the largest number of dates
tures submitted by University of first notifying the Veterans Ad- ever to assemble for a Floridt
Florida students. week-end. More girls will be on
Bostwick Director ministrat on will automatically be the campus this afternoon than
Charlie Bostwick, who is d'rect- cut off from future receipt, of sub- there were fraternity men here
ing.d-ameonjtest for the Seminole, sistence payments. ... in previous years, Joe Shearouse,
stated last night that this contest This is the essenceof a letter re- president of i, p ted
will start the procedure of select- Centers Around -Brown
ing yearly queens "in the flesh." ceived by President Tigert this The biggest events of the week-
Previously, the contest was cornm- week' from H. F. Dickensheets, r&- end center around the 1945 "Band
pletely accomplished through the. gional manager of the Veterans of the Year"-Les Brown and his
judging of photographs. Administration. "Band of Renown," who will play
Hundreds of pictures were for- "It h b observ for the Fall Frolics nation-w'de
warded to Hollywood late last "It has been observed at th s of- broadcast as well as for the corn-
month for the preliminary selec- Lice," Dickensheets stated, "that a bined concert-beauty contest and
t'on. Contests were held and the number of veterans training under two dances.
Continued on Page FOUR Title II, Public Law 346 of the The University Brocast Frolics
SSeventy eighth Congress, a s' will be aired from coast to coast
Semiino!e Now amended, have changed institu- tonight from 11:33 to 11:55 over
"ens without prior approval of the the Mutual Network. The broad-
I- -~~.o manager of the Regional Office cast, which features the music ot
Les Brown, will or ginate from the
NO Fraft where they were orig nally enroll- beautifully decorated air base
-F rat MeS ned.' gymnasium, site of the week-end
Pictures of -non-frat .men are 'he Veterans Administration is dances. The University's radio
now being taken for the 1947 emphasizing to veterans that in station, WRUF, will furnish all
Seminole between the hours of 9 to veterans that equipment and staff members,
and 12 a. m. and 1:30 and 5:45 the event a change of colleges is with two students, Ted Covington
p. m. in the Florida Union Base- made without approval,- benefits an 4 Dan Valentine of the radio
ment.' willri not be paid to them or in their I staff serving as announcers.
Dates for taking the pictures such approval i o- Brown Arrives Tonight
are arranged according to dorm behalf untl such approval is ob- Les Brown and his crew will ar-
sections and notification will be trained from the appropriate Reg- rive in Gainesvile at noon today,
available on the bulletin boards. ional Office. As a result, further after playing a two-night stand in
Al Sheenan, Business Manager of delay in subsistence payments be Atlanta and an engagement last
the Seminole has urged that all xp ed night at the Armory in Jackson-
students watch the boards for expected. Conttlrhnne., A m, Pae TWO
their date and have their picture
taken.
The photographers will leav S., T es r s Seals
campus on December 19th, which
is positively the last date for
making pictures. All fraternity -
men who have missed their pic- '
tures may come at any time during'"
business hours, bringing their ovawn '. .
tux.
Samples of the fine work done .
by the New York photographers,
are on display in the Florida Un-
ion basement. :.


Vets Sub Checks

Veterans A -in'strtion sub-
sistence checks are now arriv-
ing and w'l! continue to arrive
through D-cember 10. Veterans
expectn' chbeeks should be sure
to contact the Universit tion Post Office as that addr-ss
hsa. b"en used for many U of F
students.
R'Pnild there be any case
wheru'n a cheek is not receive
on or before the afternoon mail
o" Dee, 10, the local Ve'erans
Adn stationn office should b'
contacted immediately so that
special inaqry can be made a s
soon as possible.


President John J. Tigert makes the first purchase of 1946 Christ-
mas Seals, which officially opened the annual Tuboer-losis Drive at
the University. Making the sale are the co-chairmen c-f the drive, Jack
Humphries, (left) and Bob Brooks. The goal of the current drive,
which is being sponsored by the student government, has been placed
at $1,00.


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THE FLORID


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Si' Ji .., t
:. reed ,m Pr'-e ONE
",-. ':he iand wli mae its nead-
quarters at the Thomas Hotel.
The Queen of the University of
Florida will be judged and select-
_, at the opening event-a concert
i;. the University Auditorium.
3;\ow'n and his orchestra will pre-
sent an hour program of the mu-
.:, and arrangements that haye
made him famous.
Coronation Ceremony
'he Queen, with car and ncl-
,sonal attendants at her command,
v'-i reign over both Frolic dane s
With the presentation cf gifts tak-
i*g place at the Friday night semi-
- at ~ta-,r at the air base gym
,e.xween 9 and 12:30. IFC officers
.-All prLtsent the Queen with a lIve-
-.- diant:)nd-studded vrist watch, a
se: of luggage, orchids and other
gifts, all from IFC. The broad-
v4s, W:11 be held from 11:30 to
1 :55.
The Saturday night formal fra-
ternity dance will be held from
S-" I --'dnight.
',i-frat men, who wish to at-
t- .y n g dance, may
purchase tickets at the various
frl-ternity houses around the cam-
pc S. Reports indicate that there
ae still a large block of tickets
to be sold for the Friday
night dance.
Decorations Toid
-ill Turnbull, chairman of the
gym decorations, revealed that a
i). > scheme of orange and blue
v 11 be used to change the air base
i,,,, nto the colorful Frolic dance
i he first influx of girls and in-
ti- suitors are expected in
G-Clnesville starting curly today.
E ,ry available room off campus
i.- been sought for the house ng
of the guests. Many fraternities
:,t- turning their abodes over to
th- girls for the week-end, and the
ieaibers are renting barracks at
--. *r r ise.
"he large crowd of frolicking,
campus cuties and the r dates have-
caused several rules to be passed
and stressed by the li 7. Corsages
hatve been tabooed for both dances.
Sp 'ed Warning- Given
Since the biggest evenLs are to
be held at the air base, students
are being urged to take extra pre-
cnution in their driving to and
rom the dances. The highway
will be heavily patrolled and the
St ite Highway Patrol has request-
ed that the students be extra care-
Jul and dr ve as safely -.3 possible.
(Close- attention is being called to
the parking, setup at the air base,
ard Prebident Shearouse stated
i hat there should be no difficulties ,
if all drivers obey the policemen
and signs and do what they are
told to do. The parking spaces in
front of the gym are reserved for
administration officers and offi-
Bus Schedule
Bus service has been announced
with the following schedule: Start-
ing at S:30 on Friday night and at
8 on Saturday night, the buses
wvill run front the caniput gym,


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CALENDAR,
of MEMORY
for 1947
is ready for You


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Picture Framing Greeting Cards
Artist Supplies

206 W. University Ave.
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A ALLIGATOR functions throughout;all the hours Open house will be held in al- held in the Univers:ty Auditor-
S...of the week-end. Fraternities and, most all fraternity houses and ev- ium instead of the stadium as
hro.ugh the campus; slopping at other social organizations will hold. erything from a rodeo party to a, Musgrave, Fall Froli.-* chair-
-.e corner of Masonic and Ninth, an almost continual schedule ofi Christmas uance is' otted on the !nan, announced a" \ILi [GA-
and again at Unicersity Ave. and; dances, midnight Dreakfasts and social list which appears on anoth- TOp uress tfme -asi n;igii. laus-
N!nth before continuing on to the other functions for further enter- er page. grave stated thar due to the
air base out Ninth St. tainment of students and the r "Due to the sudden cold wave enange no additional concert
The giant social calendar places dates. the Fall Frolics concert will be i tickets can be sold.


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UNIVERSITY OF FLOWOA. 3




Pharmacy Set-Up Is Told


Sch l EniroIllment acy in the United States f Scenes From Pharmacy's Class And Field Work
censing as registered pharmacists.
Of 135 S eScientific Foundation
o f 15 s The undergraduate curriculum
ygves a broad scientific foundation
for the manufacturing, handling
Is All-Time High and dispensing of drugs and pre- .
scriptions. The course also includes
cultural subjects and course elec-
With-pharmaceutical collegestv
throughout the nation striving to tiv.
keep pace with wartime advances Graduate courses provide for ma. E
in medical science and to allevi- specialization in pharmacy, phar- .
ate the war-bon shortages of maceutical chemistry, p h a r m a-
registered pharmacists, the Uni- cognosy and pharmacology. The
versity School of Pharmacy takes success of the graduate program
its place this fall among leaders is attested to by its numerous : "
in the field of pharmaceutical ed- graduates holding responsible po-
ucation with the largest enroll- sitions in the fields of terchg
ment in its history and an ambi- and research. s of st r, c-
rles c and pf sin a s er The researches of the faculty A
tious research and professional re- mbers and graduate students
lations program under Way members andi graduate students ls N..
Fast becoming a model for are embodied in more than 150
schools of harm acy in other fo scientific papers dealing with such .

macy embodies in addition to its Florida, Florida essential oils,
four-year professional course leadextraction, stabilization of
ing to B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. de- pharmaceutical pie p a r a tio n s, .
agrees, a pharmacognosy research methods, emulsions and isotonic
department with aten-acre medic- slutions. m. Sho o
final plant garden and a Bureau of Plant Garden Unique Asset
Professional Relations that serves T. medicinal plant garden, a A
pharmacists and physicians of the a sset o the pharm de-
entire state. parLment, only two years younger .3
entire One in State than the School of Pharmacy it-
The only pharmacy school in the self, which was founded in 923,
staeaof Floid, ath aveari contains approximately 200 species
state of Florida, the University's meth r
School of Pharmacy is open to of drug plants, some of them rare
qualified men and women, being importations, others of the coni-
qualione of the state University's fewn, being mon backyard variety, but valu- Dr. Carl H. Johnson, director of the plant garden of the pharmacy school, and Mrs. Betty Steele are
one of the state Uversity's few able sources of medicinal shown on the left viewing an Eucalyptus blosso. The upper photograph on the right shows an eploye
co-educational colleges. Located on he University farm hoeing th, herb garden. In the lower photograph on the right is a view of students experimenting in the
Its director is Dr. P. A. Foote, a m ie or more distant from the pharmacy laboratory.
author, professor of pharmaceu- a mile or more distant io te pharmacy
tical chemistry and winner for campus proper, theplantgarden- distant of the English department.
1946 of the J. LeonnLascoff Award is a source ri pha r. N lan W ill George arman She is a the ngshof Women's Col-
for the most outstanding contribu- macognosy study and research and lege, University of North Carolina,
tion to professional pharmacy in of cultural experimentation for Speak Thursday arrives ara and is now working on her mas-
the United States. Dr. Foote was those who may anticipate the cu- ter's degree. *45
instrumental in the establishment tivationc mednal plants for the Dr. W. J. Nolan of the Engineer- Frances CooDer
nations and has actively promoted Although little is known of the ing Experiment Laboratory will Announcement has been made of BEER'S TAILORS
plant garden outside of drug and give a lecture on a matter related
medicinal plant research. g ardeningc outside of drug ando- to the pulp and paper industry be- the marriage of Miss Sara Frances Made to Measure Clothes
Professional Relations cists a nd persons interested in the fore the Florida chapter f the Cooper to Mr. George G. Garman
Florida's nool of Pharmacyisinested American Institute of Chemical by the Rev. George Alexander of ALTERATIONS
pointing the way in pharmacy with for the ever-ready market, are fre- Engineers Thursday night at 7:30. the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church,
its sponsorship of the Bureau of I quent visitors to the garden. The meeting will be held in room on Nov. 27. 421 W. University Ave.
Professional Re 1 a t i o s, which Countless inquiries about the 209, Florida Union building. It is Mrs. Garman is a graduate as-
serves 2,400 Florida drug stores cultivation of various herbs and open to all persons interested in
and physicians. plants are also answered by staff this subject.
.Established in 1940, in answer to members of the School of Phar-
a direct need for a means of pro- macy each year and slips for and a new source of state income, M ELO D Y M A RT
fessional contact between physi- transplanting are often mailed to No. 1 on the list. Newly-imported
cans and registered pharmacy sts, Floridians interested in experi- plants supplied by the U. S. De-
and financed by the State Board meeting in the cultivation of some apartment of Agriculture are also
of Pharmacy, the Bureau of Pro- rare species. being tested for their value medic-
fessional Relations has attracted Already, by means of the plant finally and possible cultivation in A
nation-wide attention in medical garden, the School of Pharmacy the state.
and pharmaceutical circles. has completed research in drug ex- Now in its 24th year, the Uni-
Issues Bulletins traction, analysis of medicinal versity of Florida School of Phar- THE ATEST H ITS
Inquiries from other states and plants, and a comprehensive proj- macy looks back on 23 years of THE LATEST HITS
the interest. evidenced by pharma- ect, in essential oils that can be classes, of progress in instruction-
ceutical leaders of the nation indi- cultivated in the state. Among the al methods, research and profes- PHONOGRAPH PLAYERS
cate that Florida's Bureauof Pro- latter experiments was work with sional relations.OGRAPH PLAYERS
fessional Relations may well be- mountain mint, a plant which And th- school looks forward,
come a pattern for nation-wide thrives in Florida and which y elds too-to more improvements in the LATEST ACCESSORIES
bureaus which will act as clearing a volatile oil of great value in the undergraduate and graduate cur-
houses for scientific exchange be- manufacture of menthol. ricula, additions to the Chemistry- LES ELECTRIC CLOCKS
tween physicians and pharmacists. Pharmacy building, additions to BROWN
Florida Grads in Demand Investigation of Oils the teaching staff, enlargement of RADIOS
That there is a future in phar- Currently, investigation is being the Bureau of Professional Rela- RECORDS
macy for the University of Florida cont nued on essential oils, with tions and its activities, and more
graduate beyond the drug store or study of cajeput oil from Florida intensified research in widely-di- VICTOR-COLUMBIA-DECCA-CAPITOL
hospital prescriptionist's career is as a substitute for imported oil versified pharmaceutical fields.
indicated in a.report that with n .
the last six months 20 requests
from deans of colleges of pharma-
cy and numerous manufacturing
companies for recommendations of
men to fill top-ranking positions in
the pharmaceutical field have been
received at the Flor.da school.
For many years the demand for
Florida pharmacy graduates has
exceeded the supply, officials point
out. The state of Florida has some
725 drug stores and approximately Just O pened
2,000 registered pharmacists. Of
the latter, about 1,300 to 1,400 are
actively engaged in practice. Con-U
servative estimates indicate that
some,50 to 60 graduates each year
are needed to replace those. who
ret re from practice in various
parts of the state.
All-Time High
With 135 students enrolled inGive Your Portrait For rstm s
professional courses in pharmacy Give Your Portrait For Christmas
this fall; the Florida school hit an
all-time high. Applications areX'
already coming in for next semes-
ment figures will continue on the .
increase for some, time.-- I
Professional pharmacy courses In Attractive Folders
are taught by a staff of two head
and two assistant professors and.
the director. Basic courses are
handled" by professors in the Col-
lege of Arts and Sciences of which Make YourAppointment
secretary, two graduate assistants,
six student ass stants and a gar- AT 17 FLAVE N 1
dener complete the pharmacy 0
Graduates of the University of
Florida School of Pharmacy are





STHE^ FLYDA A*lIGATOR| pL Dr. Baker Urges Students

-I To Support TV SSF Drive
's 2 '), America's inability to put across In urging student support of the
the principles of Democracy to drive, Dr. Baker told of conditions
rl The Phi Dels continued to foreign countries is one of the existing in Europe and the Far
't "",' :lead thPeIn a most regrettable things in the post East, in regard to students, and
^ ^ 8E'd; year as the calendar of sports ar world. aid, U S. students can easily
I passed the shuffleboard singles as This regret was expressed by g to W .
Jack Bryan the unofficial list of points was Dr. Richard T. Baker, of New Dr. Baker, a native of Iowa, is a
By Jack Bryan released by the intramural depart- York City, when he spoke to a graduate of Cornell College, which
Mr. R. H. Whitehead, assistant Registrar, this week ment. group of students following a has given him an honorary doc-
made an urgent appeal to all students to report to the Ps Hae 568 Poits luncheon at Wesley Foundation torate. He has been employed on
110 Langsage Hall, iHavemediately 568 Points last Tuesday. several journals of the Methodist
Registrar's office, 110 Language Hall, immediately file With a total of 568 points the Dr. Baker, writer and editor on served as w co
an application for the Second Semester, 1946-47, as the Phi Delts hold a commanding lead thestarof theBoardof respondent in the China Ttheatre
the staff of the Board despondent the China Ttheatre
deactline for currently-enrolled students to apply is 12 over the KA's in second place with and Church Extension of the Meth- in the summer of 1944.
o'clock p.m., Saturday, Dec. 7. 482 points. The Phi Delts won the odist Church, recently returned -
No Priority After Tomorrow volley ball and by ,this kept their from a six. months visit to Japan,
After that time, men now en- long lead. China, and Philippnes, where he o Need a
China, and PhilippeeswDo You Need
rolled d w11l have no priority in their The SPE's grabbed off third was an accredited journalist and
application over the prospective place with 399 points wth the. photographer.
:iew students expected in Febru- PKT and Pikes closing m from Speaking in behalf of a forth-
ary. Stating that the Board of behind.Unofficcial Stanin coming World Student Service NEW OR USED
Control has limited second semes- fuLd drive on the University of
D The complete list is unofficial: ftud drive on the University of
-er enrollment to 7,500, Whitehead (1 oplete) t a Florida campus, Dr. Baker said RCA, CROSLEY,
warned that students who do not e (31.) S TPE- 68404; (4.) PKT--399; that WSSF offers a great oppor- MOTOROLA
apply by Saturday noon may quite t (n.) PKA-it9; (4.) PKT-399 t-,ity for Amrerican students to MOTOROLA
possibly find themselves out of Stanley LeRoy West. former as- (7.) PLP-386; (8.) SN-367; (9.) aid less fortunate students in for-
,uck when they do attempt to reg- sistant law librarian and assistant TC-362; (10.) ATO-264 (11.) e countries, especially China
,st-r for the next semester. to the director of libraries at Col- KS-352; (12.) DTD-333; (13.) nd Europe, and to further the A
"Disappointtd' in Response umbia Universiy, has been ap- PKP-331; (14.) SC-330- (1 Democratic principles of America REPAIR SERVICE
The Assistant Registrar ex- pointed director of the University BTP-315; (16.) TEP-314; (17.) it those countries.
pressed himself as "disappointed of Florida's five independent and PGD-295; (18.) LCA-270; (19.) "It (WSSF) is one of the best go a o
S-ine response to date, as only Ihree co-operating libraries, Pres- AGR-264; (20.) DS-244; (21.) things that falls into the calendarad
:;,,"63 students had applied by last ident John J. Tigert announced to- DC-243 and (22.) CP-228. ifor college men in these years. It
Tuesday night, out of a total of day with Board of Control approv- 'is even more important than class- ISho
,300O enrolled now. Of these 6,300, al. es,' -said Dr. Baker. "It is one of i
che majority are expected to con- The new director su cceeds iss r d Ing. Ca i S the most perfect relief organiza- 935 W. University Avenue
cinue their education here next se- The re succeeds tons in existence and has a spot- PHONE 2308
.ieoter, since only about 124 are Nelle Barmore, acting l brain, A Loa Pn oas record
slated to receive degrees in Febru- who resigned last July. OC Local Problem __ r
;,..,, West -who holds an A. B. from
Whitehead Statement the University ci California, an Handling long distance tele-
nhitehead pointed out that if all LL.B. from the University of Flor- phone messages for University Patronize
_,3uU do return, then the Univer- ida, and a B.S. in library service of Flori a students living on the
-ty an only adrnit approximately from Columbia University, was at campus, and at the air base facil-
00 new students next semester one time assistant law. librarian ites is only one of innumerable |
eMrore reaching the 7500 max- at the University of Florida and minor duties accumulated by the
.nium. He then revealed that the from 1940-42 served as law librar- Housing Office in its growth to C LL. I. RP ,
-legistrar's office has more than ian at the School of Law, Univer- one of the most important de-
new students' applications. Sty of Pittsbufrgo apartments on the campus. A T
1dr0new students' applications i-author cf a v eragehof30mloS ng dis- cross From The Dorms
-lready on file for the spring se- He is editor and co-author of An. average of 30 long dis- OSrfS e B Bmsa
viester, thereby prov'ng the slim 'Personal Civil Liberties Under tance calls pour ihto the hous-
chance any currently-enrolled stu- the Florida Constitutional Declar- ing office daily, which necessi-
cent would have of being re-ad- action of Rights", published in the tated the formation of a regular '
iriitted if he or she fails to get his Florida Law Journal in 1941. messenger system, especially at 7 7`4
application in by Saturday noon. Under Director West's jurisdic- night an l on week-ends when
"First Come, First Served" tion will come the University s the load of incoming calls is
After Dec. 7, all applications Maan Library, the Agricultural augmented. The .average does
vill be processed on a "first-come, Experiment Station Library, Law not include the hundreds of calls
first-served" basis, unt I the limit Library, Curriculum Laboratory originating on the campus.
set by the Board of Control is Library, the School of Forestry Li- A full-time employee is placed
reached. The only requirement is brary and the co-operating units, on duty at night to serve as head
that the applicant be a resident of General Extension, P. K. Yonge Li- of the housing's communication
the state of Florida. No out-of- brary of Florida History. center. Previously, the housing
suTate students wil lbe admitted. One of the fastest growing li- assignments were a minor role
Johnson Gives Warning hraries in the South, the Univers- of the Business Manager's of-
Rgistrar R.. S. Johnson added ity of Florida plans for a million fice. Today even a message ser-
Registrar R..S. ohnon added a dollar addition to present facilities vice or handling babies or the :.
final warning to tardy applicants which would provide for normal lights in emergencies are all a
'hen he sad, "If a student cur- growth for 25 to 50 years, with part of the University's housing .-
enly enrolled fails to apply, iI provision for additional stack section.
L:me to come within the quota, it space for indefinite expansion.
S-ill be impossible to consider his s.
em-ollment for the second semnes-

Oen Yes, Arrow makes


Continued from Page ONE a SWee short shirt!
Other state colleges crowned the
f allowing queens as representa- i"
t:ves of their respective schools: .. ..
via Meisch, FSCW; June Hood, &">t[ A
Stetson, and Pat Tallant U. of J I

Police Es-cort ( s t 2Xs/ te.tou th.
Immediately following her se- "- -" aith es
ie.ction as Frolics Ruler, the Queen serve a ever-'p
will be whirled away w'th police .3 '- \a ebe u', and affect'o
escort, car and attendants to have yea s n h- V
a series of portraits made for the em iinde o
1917 Seminole before she stops by
Iler "palace" rooms in a Gaines- .
vile hotel to dress for dinner at ", I'
the "400 Club." ..
Her Coronation will be held at
the air base gym during' tonight's
dance. She will be presented a -
d'iamond-studded wr st watch, a
set of luggage, and orchids as gifts Jew ly Co
f.om the IFC. She will also be C
honored by a. special number
played for her by Les Brown's .e G5esVie
Candy over a coast-to-coast Muts-
o' hookup. Gaines"
-hpFinalists sc d Whether you're a grizzled veteran with a hatful of
Finalists selected by Wyman 'pces 1ude lax
:aid Reagan are: Anita *Arnold, battle stars or a pea-green freshman straight from pr
C'cala; Nancy Barber, Orlando; high school, your old friend Mr. Arrow makes a
Charlotte Ann Blank, West Palm
Beach; Pat Burdette, Bartow; Jan sports shirt you will like.
Claikl earis Coen ailonneN. College men are discovering that the same quality,
i Domincuez, Tampa; Sarah style and wearability which distinguishes their fa-
Jane Gallaher. Tampa; Jane Lov- vorite Arrow oxford and broadcloth shirts are present
e-t, Jacksonville; Jeanne Meloy, r t9
Sarah Lesley Moss, Tampa; Jeanne in Arrow sports shirts.
McAffrey. St. Petersburg; Janiee Most Arrow Sports Shirts are washable, so you will
Pyle, Hollywood; Madeline Price,
Tampa; Roni Reynolds, Ocala; save on dry-cleaning bills too!
Z-ance Stilley, Winter Haven;'Peg- E'ery one a honey!
zy Whittle. Winter Haven, and
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t. meet in room 208 of the Flor- UNDERWEAR SPORTS SHRTS. HANDKERCHIEFS 4 kf. g2ld
ida Union at 3 this afternoon for -. s5
briefing on the contest procedure. ...,





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Forestry Aims
Mr. John W. Squires, supervisor
of the three national forests in
Florida, was the guest speaker at
the regular meeting of the Forest- '
ry Club last Tuesday evening in
104 Ag. Building.
Outlines Objectives
Squires outlined the objectives
and described the organization of
the Forest Service Division of the
U. S. Department of Agriculture, '
on down to the individual national
forests and the work of the men
in these forests and with the state
and private forests with which
they cooperate.
Fire Control First Job '.!'.-.
The first work of a forester,
Squires pointed out, is fire control.
The sLrenuous efforts of national,
state and private foresters are -
showing results. This year in over Ben Mavberry
1,000,000 acres of national forests tha f ?!
_the e opening of th


, Jr., President of the Co-Op Grocery, cuts the
,he stonr on N ovembehr 29.


Squires Tells


- -- I i k
By Jim Gollacheck
"Construction of Flavet Village No. 3 is progressi.
as rapidly as can be expected in view of the present sceal
city of building materials," Mr. 1H. C. Riker, Director or
Housing, revealed this week. "The major problem facing
us is the shortage of plumbing and other utilities," Rike-r
satd. "We have been unable t-
-- -- ... obtain all the needed utilities a-..1
Debaters Enter some will be unavailable."
Depends On Strike
S"The completion date for F:a-
Two E-,ere s nvet No. is pal.iailly depe:.enrent ,,
Thi .. A ithe strike situation at present. '
T is W=e[-. 3 til-'kr a-dcd. "The strikes h{,e
af ected not on!v the pr du,:.i:"
By Alan Westin of es:cnal m:-ierLas but a -o
their tran-portation flro0n t-p
tape a t The undefeated University of po'i of m:iu:'acture to thi are "
FPlor'da debate team meets 15 of


First Fiav 3


SForda, only 122 fires have oc--- .. .. -. _- ---. the top universities in the South Some Opet B.t Fe.
curred to date and only 1,390 acres today in the big invitational tou'- "A small portion of Flavet Nr
were burned up. This is an all-time W nment benign held at Milisaps 3 oill be open' Iby th .irst f
record. One of theforestshadnot College, in Jackson, Miss.. Dec. 5 .i-tuaty. Succeeding sectin .s
one incendiary fire. a ll a wBand 7. al d' e o(' cupid as soon as of v
Timber Management arr completed The date of co.
"But the rea: woic of a orest- Left Thursday pleticn of the entire 448 units
er," said Squires, "is in timber The squad lefL last T'hure-day iunknoWvn at the present."
management., Our national forests I morning with the debate director, The admXission of miarrled v
may not be located on the best Dr. Wayne C. Eubank. Composing erans will be determined by t.e+
land, but last year some 33,000,003 Initial plans for the Little International Livestock Show a the group are Dill Castagna and atcs odr application.iVet ir
board feet were cut and 56 crops ad Rodeo to be held soletime in Aril w formulated Murray, the victorious at-, crilren tl.e g
(10,000 acres to a crop) of naval nd Rodeo to be held sometime i Apil wereformuate ative who won the all-outh-
stores were worked." at a recent meeting of the Block and Bridle Club, it was ern a few weeks ago, and Alan .50% Canc.elled
"This year," he added, "it is announced by club officials s -- Westin and Gerald Gordon, both! A recent investigation I:-:F
planned to cut 40,000,000 board week. ment of the University. veterans from last year's varsity shown that out of the great nu:-
feet, mainly for the housing proj- Faculty members and adminis- Students in terested in Animal squad. ber of ear y applications, 50 rye
ects. The national forests are not trative officials with whom plans Husbandry will fit and show ani- Ten Go t Steton cent have been cancelled. As e
a cost to the taxpayer. On the have been discussed exhibited mals from the University's prize At the sa Gme time temtsmn number o applications stan
contrary," said Squires, "$46000 great enthusiasm and expressed he esame time temenletnow all but a small number
more than all expenses was cleared the hope that this year's Show erds of beef and dairy cattle for Stetson Univers ty to partii- be accommodated.
and the counties received moeare would be bigger and better than Also featured will be various ro- pate in an All-Florida, non-deci- "The Flavet No. 3 area is the.
acre than thecounties receive reer, would be bigger and better than deo events including steer riding, sion debate meet held this Satur-1 most desirable of all the -Flavet
from normaltaxes." ave received eve wild cow milking, calf roping, and day. The men -attending this tour- i sites." Riker declared. "It is bull
from normal taxes. Outstanding Event various races, plus several trick lament are Klein, Bittel, Crago, on high ground; there is an at.1-.
In the pa..-, the Little Interna-, riding and fancy roping exhibi- Chappel, Goldman, Burke, ly,'ywo- dance of shade trees; and the ge:.
tional Livestock Show and Rodeo tions. lent, Wofford and Zahn, all of eral layout is extremely attrs-c.
R BAR A has been one of the outstanding Barbecue On Agenda whom will defend the University tive."
M BARSA- student events of the year. The' Other events on the calendar of of Florida general college honors. i
last big show held in the Stadium the Club include a judging contest Five New Barracks
Please Contaact in 1943 drew a crowd of 11,00.0 and Barbecue to be held Saturday, Five additiuna' barracks will ,e
M4S. KNADLE AT SUN OFFICE people. December 14, on Mr. Arch Jack- opened to accommodate single stu.
PHONE 1700 If material shortages can be son's ranch near Gainesville. The An ua, IFa C ents at the Air Basely he Aid
overcome, and the stadium obtain- judging contest is the second of se has previously housed ie
Regarding Mrs. Plowman. ed for the show, an even greater such events which have been sche- men. T'hat nun, er can be :-r-.
crowd is anticipated this year, due duled to prepare a judging team Student uet I creased to 1.030 if necessary.
___' ______ -to the greatly increased enroll- for a contest to be held at Clem-: g y SU
son College ,this Spring. I Slated" B Su 4
Baby Chick Show O ',V j .
The Florida Baby Chick and The Baptist Student Union has
Egg Show to be held in Gaines- planned its biggest social function SCh e e..c
ville this February will again be. of the fall semester for Monday
all your needs in sponsored by the Block and Bridle night, December 16, when the
Club. Hatcherymen from -all over Hotel Thomas will be the scene;
the state will exhibit their prize of their annual Faculty-Student' Field Day, Dec. 12, is the r
I 0 eggs and baby chicks, and will banquet..
have them judged by a team from event of the year for the.Forestly
the thei utural Experiment Stam Time for the event is 7:30 p. m., Club. It will be held out on -the
S. the a Experiment Star-and an attractive program has Austin Cary Memorial Forest n,-r
"S tion. been arranged under the direc- Waldo.
New Officers [ tion of Frank Baggott BSU pres-
Officers selected by the mem- ident. Dr. Woolley, pastor of theh ~ven's Listed
bers of the Club to carry c.ut this First Baptist Church at Palatka Throwing the surveyor's a.,
calendar of events are: Warren K. will be the main speaker i bucking logs, feliing trees, chc,-
Trotter, President; Francis Pres-ing gs, roll ng logs, tiber
Make SEARS your One-Stop" Shopping Center. Buy over ton, Vice-president; Carey Rob- Primary purpose of the banquet pmating l throwll ng logs, thimbe r hand axe
bins, Secretary; Ed Rice, treasur- is to enable Baptist students and timating, other copeion are expechand at-
the counter, buy from the .catlogs.. Stocks are more er; Jack Peacock, Reporter. professors to get acquainted with ed to provide plenty of excitement
twist student secretary, requests all laughter.
complete now than at any time since 1942. Remember E twist student secretary, requestsall Prizes will b offered and
TWister liE vens faculty members who have re-' P"izes will be offered and te
isfcion is guaranteed r your money bck ad ceived invitations to return their competition will be intense amog
Satisfaction is guaranteed 8r your money back andithe young Paul Bunyans.
Ut CampuS cards to the BSU House as soon ithe young Paul Bunyans.
everything is available on Sears Easy Payment Plan. as possible. Koonce also urged in-1 Open to All
terested students to purchase tic-' These contests are open to FlI
For quality shop at Sears and save. COMMECE Te. (AC) kets for the affair from the Bap- University of Flor da studentad
Billy Bob Griffiti3, staff writer tist Student House immediately. final details may be found on" '-
for the East Texan, remarked their Agriculture or Forestry bt:i-
that things were awfully dull letin boards.
around East Texas State Teach- (By Assoeiated Coliegiate Press) After the athletic events in the
ers College. From Texas Christian University afternoon there will be a birbec;e
"I wish something would hap- comes a tale of something that followed by a-huge campf. e,
Automotive Accessoroies rpe,' to give us.seme newss" le could happen only .in an Enbish good fun.
declared. .lass of G. I. students. M ss Rippy,
It happened 48 hours later. A the inztruclor, wrote on the board, "Now, if I said, 'Jack str.ick te
S.o i g o twister hit Griff:tts' airport two "Jack is a captain,-' and went on captain,' continued Miss Ripi-,
SportingGoodsmiles west of the campus, blow- to explain that in this case the "what would that be ?' \ 1itho t
ing away two hangars and two ; word captain" was a predicate hesitation the class in un son a:.-
planes. nominative. swerved, "Court. Martial!"


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act of Congress of Moarch 3, 1S79.


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

EDITORIAL BOARD
"Pen" Gaines, Fxecutive Editor; Johnny Jenkins, Dee
Van Wagenen, Associate Editors; Jim Gollacheck, As-
sistant Managing Editor; Elliot Shienfeld, Features Edi-
tor; Harold Herman and Bob MacLeish, Co-News Edi-
tors; Bernard Ward, Sports Editor.
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George Kowkabany, Asst. News Editor; Ted Shurt-
leff, Asst. Features Editor; Jordan Bittel, Asst, Soorts
Editor; Leo Selden, Copy Editor; Al Fox, Proof
Editor; J. Baxley, Rewrite Editor; Hank Gardner, Head
'artoonist; Horance Davis, Jr., Fraternity Ed.tor; Jean
Nhitmore, Society Editor; Lois Scott Weiss, Asst.
societyy Ed.; Danny Kohl, Exchange Editor; Lou Mei-
sel, Office Manager; Leo Osheroff, eHad. Typist; John
S. Brady, Asst. Rewrite Editor; Les Gleichenhaus,
Amusements Editor.
BUSINESS STAFF
Ken Itichards,assistant i;usiness Mniauger; Albert
Carlton,advertishiRlg Managier; Valter .Mnrtin, Col-
lection] Manag'er; (Geoi'ge (illespie, Iookkeeiler;
.John Bonner, Cireulitiin t ni r linar; Charlie Eldridge.
Joe Jenkings, Enrl Penrs:;n, John Itead, John Hall,
Chick Calvit, Bill Archer. Solicitors.


WIy Not

Senator Claude Pepp r made some very
interesting comments and observations
during his recent :-.'-.:h here, but un-
doubtedly the most m testingng with re-
gard to the University, N, ere his observa-
tions with regard to me-lical and dental
schools being established here.
Answering a query on that subject
from a stuclenL, iUllo-,.-ng the reception
given for him in the i-iryan Lounge, Pep-
per stated, "I think it a crime that the
-state of Florida must send its citizens
out of the state in order to study den-
tistry and medicine."
While there has been some discussion
in the state on the establishment of med-
ical and dental schools, all the talk has
centered around whether the schools,
particularly the medical school, should be
established in Jacksonville, Miami or
Tampa, all three of which communities
are vying for the honor.
.--" he claim has been that Gainesville
is too small a community to support the
clinical facilities or fill the clinical needs
of a state medical school. Most discus-
sion however, has favored the. proposed
schools as branches of the University of
.Florida.
Senator Pepper's interesting observa-
-tion was that with the establishment of
the new $15,000,000 neuro-phychiatric
Veterans' Administration hospital in
Gainesville, the need for clinical facili.
ties would be solved. Since the VA hos-
pital, which has already been approved
for Gainesville will be a 1,114-bed insti-
tution, the patients will be plentiful and
the need for new doctors acute.
\ According to the plans for the hospital,
there will be a 245-bed "hospital within
a hospital" which will be devoted to
general medical and surgical needs of
veterans. While the whole hospital plant
will be primarily for neuro-psychiatric
cases, the 245-bed "hospital within a hos-
pital" will be a six-story building and the"
central structure in the whole plant, hav-
ing adequate facilities for medical stu-
dents.
There is every reason to believe that
it is entirely plausible to establish the
prospective University of Florida medical
and dental schools within 20 blocks of the
University's main campus rather than 80
miles, 360 miles or 140 miles from the
campus.
Action should be taken on the pos-
sibility of establishing medical and dental
schools here at the earliest moment so
that proposals may be presented to the
legislature in April.
It's up to the. University administra-
tion and the student government.


INVEST TfCP srpAuroN


BY LES GLEICHENHi US
ATTENTION, STUDENTS OF PSY 201: An
, adroit effort to force a criminal to convict himself
is the thematic basis of "The Stranger." The film
has its setting in a quiet New England village
where a badly-wanted fugitive has settled down in
the guise of, a respectable history teacher. So
well has the criminal covered his tracks and'de-
stroyed evidence that the detective who has trailed
him to the little community is unable to arrest
Shim. Instead, he uses applied psychology in an
attempt to make the guilty man admit his identity,
and this leads to an intensely dramatic conflict
between the sleuth, the fugitive and the latter's
devoted bride, before a breath-taking climax set-
tles the affair. It's .a damn unusual pic, but not
as breath-taking as "Notorious," which will run
five years.
CHASING SQUIRRELS IN THE PLAZA OF
THE AMERICAS: "It All Came True,'" an oldie
with that two-fisted Humphrey Bogart and that
two-busted Ann Sheridan-by the way, what
ever happened to Annie? ? Many svelte las-
sies from the fashionable Ormond Beach "Case-
ments" arrive this afternoon as dates for Eager-
gators The University Glee Club is plan-
ning a state-wide tour after the Christmas hol-
idays Handel's Oratorio, "The Messiah," this
Sunday in the Un.versity auditorium-should be
very thrilling and appropriate. Watch for the
opening night of the next Florida Players of-
fering which will be three one-act plays Lots
of Gator dates hits Gainesville last night via
train, plane, bus, nylon and station wagon.
THOSE DAVIS GALS, Jean and Bette, double
featured at the Lyric tonight-"She Wrote the
Book" and "The Corn Is Green"-the best the
Lyric has offered since its opening. Hope they
keep it up Jacksonville's "Peacock Club" fea-
turing Patsy Kelly and Barry Wood Deanna
Durbin warbles at Miami Beach's "Cococabana".
Christmas Will all non-frat men sashay over
to the Seminole office and have their pics taken?
.. Marcel Dupre, organist of St. Sulpice in Paris
and master improvisator and virtuoso, will give
an organ recital Dec. 15 in the University Audi-
torium. He was the one who performed the al-
most incredible task of playing from memory the
entire organ works of Bach in a series of ten
extraordinary recitals at the Paris Conservatory
in 1920 Sunday afternoon at 4, Claude Mur-
phree will give a Christmas organ and piano re-
cital.
HAVE YOU SEEN the fine paintings on view
in the Bryan Lounge in Florida Union? They
are the work of Hollis H. Holbrook and Vivian
Holbrook of the University's School of Architec-
ture Tomorrow night over a coast-to-coast
hookup MUTUAL will feature Les Brown and
his Ork giving out solid from the air base gym
-we've hit big time son-big, that is ... A gen-
tle note to all you car-jockies tonight and to-
morrow night en route to the air base gym- ,
the state coppers are hiding behind every bill-
board sign from here to Waldo, so keep the
speedometer at low ebb ... If anybody sees me
in a horizontal position with a sickly smile on
my face just pick me up and deposit me under
the door of the Alligator office.


AII Over The Plate
With Elliott Shienfeld
Hope y'all had a nice Thanksgiving. I had an inter-
'esting time and find myself wiser in regard to certain
matters. I am especially happy a particular situation has
been called to my attention as it is especially pertinent at
this Lime. I speak ort lie appalling -
lack of skill we moderns show in odious than a curt, "John, meet
executing introductions. I Brunhilde."
I Another -modern failing is our
Nowadays, introductions are lack of attention at formal recep-
n:ade in the garbled, self-conscious tion lines. As we travel those mass
tones of one caught on Main Street introductory lines even the dull-
minus his trousers and chewing a! est soon realize that no one is re-
cud of dehydrated breakfast cer- membering a single name, much
eal. In what seems a state of ab- less paying attention to what is
ject agony the one performing the said. An enterprsing young report-
introduct'on will acquaint us with er recently proved this to be a
Miss Shrrff or Mr. Warfpt. If Lact. He entered a fashionable re-
we display such audacity as to cept:on line, sidled up to a digni-
ask the middleman to repeat the fied dowager, shook her hand,
mangled name, he is keenly out- stmled, and murmu.red, "My, you're
raged and haughtily replies, "I looking like Hell tonight." Her
said Miss Snrrf.', You just can't reply, "Charmed, I'm sure."
win. With the advent of Fall Frol-
Not only is the name mutilat- ics let us remember our failing
ed, but certain' pertinent infor- and endeavor to improve. L et
nation is withheld. A goo I intro- our introductions be brief yet
duction, -especially b et w e en thorough biographies. Above all,
members of the opposite sex, let us not w thhold valuable in-
should include such bits of biog- f.rr- ion when fine specimens
raphy as home town, telephone of feminine pulchritu e are be-
number, marital status, and ing introduced. Let us do this
guage of broadmnn..edness. Such and the world will know that
matters are salient points of progress is being made, for your
mutual interest and should be reporter will be ALL OVER
included in the good introduc- THE PLACE recording vital
tion. Truly, what coul I be more statistics.



testing 4t It

By Dr. Sidney Warren
It will take a long time before any intelligent evalua-
tion can be made of the results of the unprecedented ad-
venture into mass education currently going on. The
present college enrollment of two million-indicates that
the opportunity for a higher edu-,
cation has been extended to an
doubtedly would otherwise have
been deflected into various trades
and occupations. What the GI "- i
Bill of Rights has succeeded in
doing in the realm of education
is to transform the college corn-
munity from the ivory tower that
it formerly was ;o an active forum
of life. '-
It has done that by bringing
to the campus not a select few
to whem- college meant four or
.six years of carefree existence, exhibits in the affairs of the
but a considerably wider strata exhibits in the affairs of the
toughened by the experiences of world around him is a hopeful por-
matured by tmore yeari s of tent for the future. That hope will
war, matured by more years of be dissipated, however, if he does
living, and sobered by responsibili- not follow this up by contributing
ties that inevitably come with age. actively to the sol ution of these
More and more students are probactively to the solution of theseems.
coming to realize that college for pro .
them is not a temporary respite Can failure to assume the role
from life's problems but a seri- of a true citien be justified on
ous preparation for vocational and the grounds that the problems are
professional pursuit. To be sure, to.o complex for .the average in-
they still get a kick out of the dividual? Definitely not. True; it
traditional football rallies dances, does require some effort to under-
the age-old fraternity rushes and stand them, but that effort is es-
all the rest of the trappings that sential-if we are to survive as a
make of college more than books free nation.
and professors and lessons. Above all, the student must
Gut for many students today, train himself to think deeply and
the life beyond the ivy and the constructively. To so think means
campus quadrangle does not cease ,to be able to distinguish between
to have meaning. In that -osense the people's interests and these
they continue to be citizens of of, selfish and powerful economic
society while pursuing their .col-..groups. To so think also' means to
lege careers. be able to discern demogogy which
Consider for a moment some of seeks to mislead by labeling peo-
the problems with-which ,the stu- ple and .ideas.
dent veteran as a classroom scho- Millions of Germans are paying
lar and a citizen is confronted: today for their failure to think,
housing,. the prospects for full em-I for following a- demogogue who
ployment, whether a. cataclysmic promised all things to all men and
depression like that of the thirties i stampeded a nation, into terror of
may no,t again sweep through the non existent and contradictory
land, the implications of an.atom- evils: "Red Bolshevism" or "The
ic era, in which men and. women. International Bankers," the "Mar-
. and children may be blown to xist Jews" or the. "Capitalist Con-
smithereens unless enduring peace spiracy"., These labels would pro-
is achieved. bably not be used here-it was
And talking of peace, I am once'said that if, fascism comes
reminded of Wendell. Willkie who to America it will be ushered in
had been out of college. for about under ,the guise of "American-
a quarter of a century before he ism."
acquired what he considered a real Florida students like those on a
education. It came about with the thousand other campuses must
realization that this was one :meet-the challenge of a new /day.
world; that the-way to achieve The extent to -which, they .make
peace is to cooperate with Eng- the effeort is the extent to-which
land, Russia, China, etc.; that co- they will bridge the gulf between
operation could be -translated into the acquisition- of a formal aca-
terms of reality only when we demic degree and education in its
recognize ,the dignity of every in- larger sense.
dividual whether a native of a'
colonial area or an underprivileg-
ed inhabitant of our own land; College-brec. according to the
that no nation can permanently latest recipe book, is a four-year
enjoy the fruits of prosperity un- loaf made by father's dough .
til all nations are prosperous; and and there's nothing like a good
that the welfare of all within our seasonrig now and then. ...
own land is dependent ,upon the
security of each. That is what he
and the late Franklin D. Roose- In 1599 S.. Augustine labored
velt preached. That is the spirit under priorities on building mater-
and the doctrine which Willkie ial. Records of the Oldest House in
considered for him to be his real St. Augustine mention that "only
education, scrub stone is available for pri-
The deep interest which ,the vate home building, the bter stone
thoughful college student today to be used in fortifications."







Choral Group Will Present Fall Frolics

Handel's "Messiah' Sundav Sidelights


By (
HandO,. oratorio, "The Me
at 7:30 in ,the University Au
soloists. The performance o f
evening services of the unite
sponsored by the Gainesville
isterial Association.
The chorus of the Gaine
Philharmonic Society will be
der the direction of Dr. Lest
Hale of the Speech Departrme
the University.


Soloists Named
Soloists will ',- Mrs. Newto
Ebaugh, soprano; Mrs. Richar
Edwards, contralto; Dr. R<
Tew, tenor, and Mr. Fred C.
field, basso. Approximately
half of the chorus is from
campus. Mrs. Selden Waldc
be at the piano with Mr. C
Murphree, F.A.G.O., at the o
"Messiah" a Favorite
Handel's "Messiah" has be
favorite-of music lovers s'nc
first performance in Dubli:
1743. At its first London
formance later that year on
the sections of the music, the
famed "Halalujah" chorus, -s
pressed King George III .thi
rose to his feet and rem
standing throughout the niiin
The audience naturally i.l'l
the king's example and- init
our custom of standing during
performance.
"Supreme Expression"
The "Messiah" is generally
guarded as one of the supreme
sical expressions of faith ai
probably unsurpassed in pop
ity by any other religious m
Attendance to last year's
performance was so large that
eral hundred persons had t
turned away.
There w 11 be no admi
charged; however, there will 1
offering taken to defray the
of the production.


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hravl, Salurdiay 1 p.m., house. PHI KAPPA ALPHA: trealtas,
ETAl THETA PI: Hay ride, Fri- Saturday 12:30 am. house; lea dance,
day, 9 p.m.; open house, all day Sat- atlrda 2:30 p.m., house nque
urday; bar-party, Saturday, 8 p.m., ri KAPPA PI ..: HotPledge banquets;
CH 11: Open house, Fridayaft reakfat, Saturday 12:30 a.m., louse;
CHI lPHI: Open house, Friday aft picnic, Saturday noon, undisclosed: in-
ernoon; informal dance, Friday, 8:30 ,formal dance, Saturday 2.00 p.:; .,
p.m., house; Chief Mogul dance, Sat- house
urday, 3 p.m., house; semi-formal pi LAMIl)LA PHI: Pop dance, Fri-
dance. Saturday. 9 p.m., house. day 2:00 p.m., liOUsu-; formal Ihanquel,
DKLTA CHI: Informal dance, Fri- Friday 7:00 p.m., Printrose Grill; for-
day, 8 p.m., house; picnic, Saturday, mal dance, Priday 1:00 p.m.. Legion
11 a.m., English's Fishing Camp. Hall; pop dance, Saturday 2:00 p.m.,
DELTA TAUI DELTA: Open house, house; barbecue, Saturday 6:00 p.m.,
all day Friday; informal banquet, house.
Friday, 6:30 p.m., Hotel Thomas; SIGMA ALP-L-LP EPSILON: Suppe-
dance, Friday, 9 p.m., house; barbe- and party, Friday 6:30, Club 400; pie.-
cue, Saturday, 11:30 a.m., undis- nic, Salurday afternoon, undisclosed.
closed. SIGMA CrH: Western party, Friday
KAPPA ALPHA: Buffet dinner, 8:00 p.m., house; breakfast and skits,
Friday, 5:30 p.m., house; informal urday 12:30 a.m., house; picnic, Sat.-
da.nce. Friday, 8 I.m., house; picnic, urday 11:00 .m., Gold- ead Branch.
Saturday noon, house; rodeo party- SIGMA NI: Breakfast Sat.. 12:30.
dance, Saturday, 2 p.m., house; bar- tin., house; dance, Saturcday 1:00 p.m.
hece, Saturday, 5 p.m., house. IrIohouse.
KAPA SIGMA: Closed formaus l SIGMA PHI EPSILON: Barn dance,
iAP n PA SIidMA Cl osed formal Friday 8:30 p.m.. house; breakfast,
dance. Friday, 8:30 p.m., house; Saturday 12:30 a.n., house; bIanquet,
breakfast, Saturday 12:30 p.m., house; Saturday 5:00 p.im.. Club New Yorker
parly-barbecle, Saturday, 1 p.m., TAU 1BPS1LON PHI: Tea dance,
house. Friday 3:00 0p.m., house; suplier, Fri-
LAMIBDA CHT ALPHA: Picnic, day 6:00 p.m., house; pop dance, Fri-
Saturday, 11 p.m., undisclosed, day 8:00 p.m., house; wiener roast,
PH-I DELTA THETA: Dance, Fri- Saturday noon, Glen Springs; formal
day, 8 p.m., house; breakfast, Fri- ha.mnet, Saturday 7:00 p.m., Hotel
I day. 12 p.m., house; barbecue, Sat- Thomas; formal dance, Saturday 9:00
urday. 2 p.m., undisclosed, p.m.. Legion Hlall.
PHL GAMMA DILT'A: Informal THETA CHI: Open house, all day
dance, Friday 9:00 p.m., house; break- Friday, breakfast. Saturday 12:30 a.m.
fast, Friday 12:30 p.m., house; picnic, house: picnic, Saturday noon, Devils
Saturday afternoon, undisclosed. Fill Hop.


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. When Les Brown and his "Band A P a The ub a ati
Gerald Clarl:e, Jr. of the Year" opens the Fall Frolic n KAs Place Three; uberm Captain
ssiah," will be presented Sunday evening week-end officially a.t five this af..
iditorium by a chorus of 100 voices and ternoon with a combined band; By Bill Boyd
fth;s celebrated music will constitute the concert and beauty contest in the' The KA's, winners of the Fraternity League basketball
ed churches of Gainesville and is being University Auditorium it will no tourney placed hree mn f the all-campus teams
Mmin- be the first time that this popular tourney, placed three men of the all-campus team :
band leader has been welcomed! selected by the officials and members of the intramura;
sville Noted Educator to a college campus in a big! department. KA's winning places on the all-star five
un- way. were Hans Tanzler, John Chitty
er L. TO Show-M ove A most unusual tribute was paid and Julian Miller.
nt of To S IwV.oyie Les Brown and his orchestra when I game ever played in 'mural corn
"Sl*de A s they played at the Military Ball Suberman Captain petition.
SlIdeS M Onday recently at ,the University of Big Jack Suberman, Pi Lam
Iowa. Tickets for the event were center, was the unanimous choice' "Little Jack" Ledoux paced a
on C. What keeps the sun hof? Why puat on sale a day before, and it for the captain of the squad. Su- fireball Theta Chi five that scored
rd A. does the Mississippi R 'e-r run up was announced that only 1200 peo- berman paced his team to the one of the major upsets of the
oy E. hill? ple could fit into the ballroom, finals and played a top brand of tournament in defeating the Pikes,
Ball all the way. 19-17, in a double-overtime fray.
Scho- These and similar questions will Stampede Began Ben McCray, elongated Phi Delt
one- be answered by Dr. A. M. Hard-that looked centerwon a position on the
will gA president of the University like a World Series opening be- with his fine floor work, as h led1946 Semino
SofArkansas, who will give a lec- gan. Twenty-four hours before the PDT to the semi-finals. Bill Byrd, H
laude ture here in connection with ,the first ticket was sold, more than massive pivot man for the SAE'sDue H re S n
rgan. showing of astronomical pictures Due
Monday night at-8 p.m. a.t thel 300 students lined up outside of polled many votes of the officials.
P. K. Yonge Auditorium of the the box office with cots, blankets Byrd held Tanzler, high point Mr. R. VW. Hamelton, represen-
ena K.Univeorsity of Florida.um of the and pillows. Many brought rec- man of the tourney, to no field native of the Record ress, Inc
ce.itis ords and phonographs, coffee, goals in the SAE-KA semi-final
ta 'By means of lantern slides made sandwiches and cake. The line in th e SAE-KA semi-final said that he hoped delivery of
r from photographs taken through grew and grew and as a result the 1946 Seminole I ,,
pe of the largest telescopes in the every ticket was sold hours be- French's Third Year made between tli rou', i
Snow world, Dr. Harding takes his au- fore the doors opened for the Dave French, hard-fighting lit- b t 0- o I f
n wndience on a trip through space, dance, tle Pike, put on a real show for sixteenth of this :nnli, 1: 'n: h
o-he visiting va rio us astronomical The amazing thing about this the fans as he paced the Pikes to Johnson, Seeret- -,' o. f- '. '*ri
'ained dies. event was that, less than thirty their wins. This is French's third of Student Publi 'J-:i!nb, ai ;11;,m
mb. Dr. Harding who has been on days later, Les Brown ,took his straight year on the all-campus ced this week.
-t the University 'of Arkansas staff band back to the same school, an; team. Notices ,vi be posted as so
iated since 1905 and who has been unheard of procedure in the band Joe Eckert, diminutive ATO posted as
* ate president of the University since business-and promptly preceded guard, showed exceptionally good as the Ser.inoles are r 'eived,
1941, has collaborated in the writ- to smash the very record he es- floor work in pacing the Black- and distribution will be made
ing of a number of textbooks in tablished a. few weeks earlier. feet's quintet. Julian Clarkson, from the offices in the basement;
,algebra, trigonometry and geome- A youthful Delta Tan Delta, was of the Florida Union imme.liate-
y re- try. His hobby is astronomy, a Maestro Les ABrown who organ- easily one of the best ball handlers ly. Bill Moor of the Seminole
- -field in which he has gained aized his ro Les Brown who oukerga ue in the tournament and drew a staff will be in charge. Arrange-
dis nation-wide reputation as a speak- is" i dn u large number of votes, e are being made to mail
)ular- er and author. Zevilsy while attending Duke Un-t o r b Ne Seminoles to those students,
S"iversity, has had six students ofei Harvill Named whose fees are fully paid, and
nusc. ;.the university as his guests at:
local The Ponce de Leon Raceway, eah of Dukes football gamests at Paul Harvill, the brainy floor who are no longer on the cam-
loaa, each of Dukes football games since leader of the Sigma Nu's, turned pus.
sex- now Under construction in- the his graduation in 1936. At the be- in several outstanding games, par- In the event the Seminole ar-pus
to -be_ South Jacksonville vicinity, will be ginning of each football season, ticularly in the Sigma Nu-KA rive after the Christmas Hole ar-
.-. -the largest harness track south of Les sends a check to the manager bracket championship game that days begin, they will be distribu-
ssion- New York in the United States. It of the team requesting that he will long live in the annals of in- ted when school reopens, the see-
bean will be winter quarters for four select each week six different de- tramural basketball annals of in- ed when school reopens, the stated.
costs hundred of the nation's top trot- serving students to see the games tramural basketball as the wildest nd of January, Johnson stated.
ters and pacers. who might otherwise be unable to .
do so. St. Augustine is the only city o.'
have been referring to Les Brown its size (population 12,409) sup-
Played Palladium as the "band of the year," and porting a permanent legitimate
LES .... l When Les Brown was in Holly- wherever he plays, the dancing theatre. The Artillery Lane Play-
S. wood making "Seven Days Leave" and theatre public carry out ,these house, home of an Equity stock
for RKO, they were playing night- praises, and it is a treat to wel- company, plays a full season each
00 10 Inch Lawrence $1.00 ly at the famous Palladium in come Les Brown to the University yearusing Broadway talent Lasi
S 8 Inch Log Log Circular $7.25 Hollywood. Although they spent of Florida. campus. May he and year the group built its own mod-
stic Pocket Rule $3.75 a full eight hours each day on his crew enjoy this week-endern theatre equipped with one oi
the lot playing their arrangements among college capers as much as the most modern and elaborate
for the film, the entire produc-' the student. will enjoy hearing the lighmo st modern and elaborate
tion staff, as well as Victor Ma- and dancing to his music and ar- sage lighting systems in te Unt-
ture, Lucille Ball, Marcy McGuire rangemen.ts. e tates.
For, C-5 Students and others from the cast would
be on hand every night at ,the
?r Introduction to Western Palladium. S d /e ts
ilization $4.00 Recently, Frank Sinatra was
"*"o ...... $4.00 "asked to name the orchestra v
sam Of Human Bondage ........ 1.10 which he felt was the best all-
t Story of Philosophy .......... 1.00 round band of the year, and with- ALPHA ;AMMA RI-O: Harvest PHI iAPPA TAU: (Circus informal,
Gullivers Travels ...... ..... 75c out hestita.tion, the Voice answer- ho Fa, 8 U m. o sance, daFri- t r day 12:0 nouse areak-
as Living Biographies of Grent ed, "Les Brown!" APH T ouse; basement c. Saturday 2:00 .m. hIouse .
[lnv g::40 ii ho se baenent ct~e, aud y 20 7z ole,


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8 THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Pat lahe rty, B brown Vocalist, Annual Christmas

am us Drive Pa ed! out or i, schoo/ Oital


S N.. ...i. 'By Pen Gaines
to ft All you hep cats, lend an ear; Pat Flaherty graduated
o from high school only this year.
The lovely little Irish lass who will be on the University
1By Bill Dunlap of Florida campus today and tomorrow as vocalist with
Mr. Charles Boggs led a discussion on future plans for Les Brown's orchestra didn't dream that one day she
a campus World Student Service Fund campaign, Tuesday would be singing with Les Brown's orchestra, although in
night, at a banquet attend by campus leaders. one issue of her home town pa-
Those present included: Tommy Parker, APO, Fred' per, her -ame appeared right un- Society in hex senior year at Sher-
Turner, Gator Vets, Paul Buckman, Hillel Foundation, der Brown's na Milwauk wood, Pat was urged after her
Grover Baker, Canterbury Club, C. brohtwg u in the WisconS cy graduation to go to New York
J. Hardee, IFC, Tom Jones, CLO, brought up in the Wisconsin city. forradio and recording auditions.
Dick Smith, Gator Vets, Dick O^raCL o hneS Starting singing with the school When Brown heard her versions
Barry, Executive Council, Sam chores when she was in the of "Come Rain, Come Shine," and
Harris. VFW, Dick Broome, Hon- Add e Joh seventh grade, Pat continued un- "I Don't Know Enough About
r Court. HerbCoston, Wesley Addresses John til her graduation from Sherwood You," he wired her to come to
Fomdation, Emmett Herndon, Se- High School this past June. Hollywood at once.
gal Hall Coop, Dr. Delton Scudder, M arsh a M eet !P first Song When 13
Head of Religious Activities Coin-During that period, Pat's lilt- Hired By Brown
mittee. Rev. Jesse Lyons, Pastor Horace L. Lohnes, noted lawyer ing voice and her personality at- Pat was immediately hired aft-
f University Methodist Church, national chancellor of Delta tracted the attention of Milwaukee er Brown saw and heard her in
-nd R. C. Beaty, Dean of Stu- and national chancellor of Delta radio executives, and, when she person. Her appearance was just
dents. Theta Phi legal fraternity, ad-. was only 13, she sang on the another bright spot. With dark
Boggs, who is taking Inree dressed the John Marshall Bar As- "Rumpus Room" program over hair, worn in a long bob, Pat
months off from his work as a '-sociation last Monday night, using WTMJ. Pat started modelling has a smile as merry as a child
junior in the College of Arts and ,, sports and evening clothes when on Christmas Day, and she has
Sciences of the University of Ken- as his subject "Radio Law." she was only a sophomore in high become tan acquired from her
tucky to work with the World I Tells New Innovations school, tennis, swimming and horseback
Student -Service Fund, is. well Lohnes, who makes his home in It was during a style show in riding. She -never smokes or
equipped for this work since his Washington, D. C.,. and practices 1943 that she first saw Les Brown. drinks, and has a great zest for
first-hand experience with the exclusively before the Federal She wanted to meet the guest life. She dislikes cigars, cauliflow-
Public Relations Division of the Communications Commission, con- star personally, but he had to er and chop suey.
United States Army has given eluded his speech by enumerating leave for a theatre appearance just Five-foot-three and weighing 105
him an insight into the needs of modern innovations in the radio a few minutes before she was pounds, Pat boasts of being a
students in the devastated areas. field and resulting legal problems. scheduled to go on. pitcher on Sherwood's baseball
Became World-Wide At the next meeting of the asso- Kept Studying, Hoteam and an ace softball player.
With the outbreak of war in citation Monday night, Dec. 9, at "I consoled myself," Pat says,
China t Servic 1937, the Far Eastern 7:45, the Hon. George C. Bedell of "with ,the fact that my name was In 1921 the Jacksonville Beaches
listed by the National Interecol- Jacksonville will be the speaker. pinte hen uwder Les Bton boasted a permanent population of
legiate Christian Bedell, who will be introduced by in the newspapers-and I kept on 250 persons. In 1946 the Jackson-
gageAmehricastin C ouncil to en- Dean Harry C. Trusler, has been studying and singing, little dream- yille Beaches, one of the country's
fessors in the fraternal relief of actively practicing law in Jackson- ing that orchne day I'd be singing fastest-growing permanent devel-
their fellow students in China. ville for more than half a century. Elected to the National Honor O apments, has 15,000 year-round
When war swept over Europe All members are urged to be pres- residents.
in 1939 its activities were extend- ent. -
ed to Europe, the enterprise be- *Brawr'" Date Se
came the World Student Service William L. Durden, president of
Fund, and the sponsorship was the association, announced that
enlarged to include the United the date for the Barrister's Brawl
dent Service of America, Ins., and 18. Further details will be re-
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations.- vealed later.
Provides Direct Relief vea.ed later.
The USSF provides direct,- per- ig
sonal relief to students and pro- :
fessors in 18 wartorn countries Smaller Turkeys,
where it is needed most on an in- k ys..
international, interracial, non-se- ar er Chckens
tarian, non-political basis. It sur- ..--c
veys constantly,, through its staff, M B POSsible
the ever-changing and growing re-
lief needs in the international stu-
dent community. BERKELEY, Calif. (ACP) -A
Among the many things for turkey for two or a chicken for
which its funds are spent are: more may be within the choice of
work relief; international tubercu- the future housewife when she
losis sanatorium; national student shops for Thanksgiving. The de-
relief programs; uprotted, dis- velopment of breeds of smaller-
placed .students; medical aid, bodied turkeys and of broad-
books, fees; student centers; bed- breasted chickens is being studied
ding and winter clothing; isolat- by scientists of the University of
ed middle schools; and many oth- California College of Agriculture.
er worthy causes. Experimental work under the di-
rection of Dr. I. Michael Lerner,
Fijis Add Four associate professor of poultry hus-
b--r,,ir',', has developed chickens
To Chapter Ro [ ""ith shanks--drumsticks to be
To Chapter Roll hhakS-d ishc ... .
one-half inch longer than those of
Phi Gamma Delta fraternity--the original stock.
this week announces the addition Conformation and body size of "" .
of four new members to its chip-, poultry may be controlled, within
ter roll. New Fijis are Bill Kes :.limits, by selective breeding, but
sen, Fort Lauderdale; Don Brown, I the desired characteristics can be
DeFuniak Springs; John Miller, established only by careful selec-
Fort Lauderdale, and Alan Trevil- Lion over a period of many gener-
lion of Winter Park. nations.


%THE

SNACK., S H P

SANDWICHES AND LUNCHES


Wishes Eacl -of you a Most

Enjoyable Time During The

Frolics



Will Be OPEN


Late Saturday Night and All Day Sunday
To Serve You


Try Our Home-Made Chili


citLal will ue playeU ii LIle Uiiveri-
sity auditorium Sunday, Dec. 8, at
4 p.m. by Claude Murphree, Uni-
versity organist. All students and
friends are invited to attend.
The program will consist of thE
following selections: Overture t(
"The Messiah," by Handel; Christ-
mas Candlelight Carol, by John-
ston; Noel, Rustic March and Noel
Provencal, by Bedell; Noel Basque
by Benoit; At the Cradle of Jesus


by Bingham; March of the Three
Kings by Gaul; Christmas in Sicily
by Yon; Carol Fantasy, by Diggle;
Epiphany, by Edmundson, and
Adeste Fideles, by Edmundson.


It's the first of the month-


every few days.


The first few days of the ui..nth ,,'i '-
once a time of feverish activity r, teek,-
phone accounting personnel. In that
short period millions of telephone bills
had to be prepared, checked and mailed.
But the Bell System accounting staff,
seeking to level off this work peak, found
a practical solution.
It's called "rotation billing."
Now in our accounting departments, a
new month begins every few days.
Accounts are divided into six or more


BELL


even groups, each with a different bill-
ing date. This spreads the work evenly
and eliminates the old last-minute rush.
This special problem, solved by tele-
phone accountants, is typical of those
which often confront management in
the many branches of our business. They
present a stimulating challenge to the
young men with initiative and imagina-
tion who will find just such practical
solutions... yonmg men who find teleph-
ony an exciting and rewarding career.


There's Opportunilt and Adrenture in Telephony

TELEPHONE SYSTEM


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Touchdown For Florida


Hal Griffen is shown scoring one of the two Florida touchdowns
made last week as the Gators bowed to Auburn A7-12 for their ninth
defeat without a victory during the 1946 season.




II -| rid d r 2


The 1946 sale of Christmas Seals sponsored by the Na-
tional Tuberculosis Association officially began on the
campus Monday, with the purchase of a dollar's worth by
Dr. Jno. J. Tigert, president of the University. A goal of
$1,000 has been set for ,the Uni-
versity, and each student is urged --
to purchase a minimum of twenty- contribute a minimum of twenty-
five seals. Distribution -is to be five cents to this- worthy cause.
effected in envelopes containing a The majority of the money col-
block of twenty-five seals in each. elected here at school- and in the
Frats Promise Aid rest of the county will be retain-
The campaign is- to conducted ed in Alachua County for fight-
largely through the various stu- ing tuberculosis here."
dent organizations about the
campus. The majority of the fra- .Benefits Listed
ternities have already promised' In addition to the numerous na-
100 per-cent co-operation by their tional benefits it provides, it
members. Also a booth selling ,the makes possible a mobile unit
seals is to be opened in the Flor- (complete with X-ray) in this vi-
ida Union Building, and those cinity that gives ,thorough exami-
students living at the" Air Base nations for tuberculosis free to
may buy seals through their anyone who desires one.
monitors. The campaign will be concluded
Money Retained Here at the beginning of the Christmas
Each student should be able to, holidays.


9 e Peed Dr. Graham Has Served
To Sma au University For Forty Years
Twenty-nine men in the College
I of Engineering were pledged last 4
week by Sigma Tau, National Four decades-forty years of continuous service to the
Honorary Engineering Fraternity. University of Florida is the record set this week by Dr.
They are: Klein H. Graham, popular business manager here since
T. Alderdice, J. J H. Armston, 1906, two months after the University opened its first
D. J. Barsa, J. J. Berry, F. I. Bur- i
sA. J. ari,. ,V. k, regular session.
ris, A. J. Carrico, R. W. Cook, R. Dr. Graham, who has the longest
D. Cooper, J. L. Clarke, M. E. AT H t Trecord of service of any member of
Dawkins, A. W. Gordon, L. B. Far- i ACt A the administrative or teach ng
abee, L. R. Floyd, A. A. Knight. V O H staff, has literally watched the
W. H. Loest, R. H. McCart. H. staff, has literally watched the
A. Owen, T. R. Pitts, C. W Put- University grow from a small
nam, L M. Reeder, J. P. Ramsey, 0 A school to the comparatively large
L B. Sponholtz, R. T. Schreck, c regoGrowth in Budget
Steed O L Wadkins and E. L. Growth of the University as
Willeediam L. adkins and Florida Alpha Tau Omega today watched by Dr. Graham is best il-
Membership in Sigma Tau is is host to Colonel John M. Mac- lustrated by the fact that when he
limembers tmen i an th ollgeu o Gregor, new Worthy Grand Chief' joined the staff in 1906, the Uni-
limited to men in the College o of the ATOs and past chairman versity proper operated on an an-
Engineering and requirements in-I of the National Interfraternity nual budget of approximately $15,-
clute scholarship, sociability, and Conference. 000, while today it expends over
practicability.First Visit Here $3,000,000 annually.
Colonel MacGregor, on his first Treasurer of Fund
W hitmore Heads visit to the Florida ATO chapter, In 1922 when the Rotary Schol-
V m ;i s accompanied by R. S. Ham- arship Loan Fund for students
Camera C ub; od, chief of province one, of was established, Dr. Graham was
C mbwhichFlorida Alpha Omega is a made treasurer of the fund and
She Vice-P y member. They will stay till Sat- since that time the fund has made
A member of the Bar of the Su- over $100,000 available in scholar-
Jean Whitmore has been elected preme Court of the' United States, ship loans to students.
president of the newly reorganized MacGregor has also been on the Only a few buildings were stand-
University Camera Club for the legal faculty of New York Uni- ing when Dr. Graham joined the
first semester of the 1946-47 term, veisity for the past 18 years. University staff, Buckman Hall,
it was announced this week. Oth- Served In Both Wars to mention one, while today there'
er offices elected and installed In the first war he served as a are numerous Gothic buildings
er officers elected and i radio operator in the Navy but in scattered over 1,500 acres of im-
are: Edwin Shea, vice president, the second war he was in the Army proved land.
and Jason A. Hailey, secretary- as chief of the legal branch of the Has Assistant Now
treasurer, chemical warfare section and as For 39 years of service, Dr. Gra-
"Plans are now under way to an intelligence officer in the Phil- ham administered the business af-
recondition the dark room to al- ippines. fairs of the University without ex-
low more members to engage in Dean Beaty, Dean Wilson and ecutive assi s t an c e, but rapid
darkroom work," President Whit- Den Trusler are expected to be on growth and expansion forced him
more said. hand to help welcome MacGregor last year to employ George Baugh-
The aim of the Camera Club is and Hammond. man, an alumnus, as assistant
to stimulate an interest in pho- business manager, to relieve him
t s and fult h Cover Shortage ofsome of the responsibilities of
studentsandfaculty.MembershipCovera rapidly growing educational in-
is open to everyone and an invi- titution.
station extended to all to attend D lay Campus s on
Camera Club meetings, held every A s
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in Room M ag Distribution Theta Chi Adds
110, Chemistry building.
..... erBp htoo..By Charles Geer Seven To R nks


I technicians at Palatka Ravine
gardens, azalea plants live to be
over 100 years old.


Jack Donerty, editor of the cam-
pus magazine, "The Orange Peel,"
announced this week that his pub-
lication date was being held up due
to delay in receiving covers, which
are being produced in New York.
Shipping Trouble
Although the content of the
magazine has been ready for many
days, the publication date of Nov.
27 has had to be advanced because
of difficulty in obtaining paper' and
covers. Though regretting the de-
lay, Doherty was optimistic over
the chances of producing a "Peel"
in a short time. Over 6,000 copies
will be printed so everyone may be
assured of having a copy.
Plans For Next Issue
With the November issue about
to see the light of day, Editor Do-
herty is already making plans for
a big January number which he
feels confident will appear on time.
Deadline for contributions to this
edition will be January 5, and all
students interested in magazine
writing are urged to submit ma-
terial.


Since the semester began seven
additional men have been initiat-
ed into Tau Chapter of Theta Chi
fraternity. They are:
Reginald H. Lewis, Jr., Jackson-
ville; Carl Passiglia, Fort Lau-
derdale; Robert E. Jones, Jupiter;
Marvin L. Fleming, Millville, and
John S. Rawls, Marianna.
Two men were initiated- as alum-
ni. They are:
John C. Park, Orlandd, and
Phillip E. Walker, Jacksonville.
New pledges coming into the
fraternity since fall Rush Week
has brought the total up to 50
pledges. They are:
James T. Thompson, Panama
City; Charles McKeown, Pensaco-
la; F. Owen Chastain, Palatka;
William S. Middleton, Pomona
Park; Jack W. Jones, Palatka;
James Watt and Richard E. Perry,
Gainesville.
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Phi Beta Kappa Winners of Murals' Volleyball

Celebrates 170th
Anniversary
The 170th anniversary of the .
founding of Phi Beta Kappa, hon-
"rary scholastic fraternity, was ,;
celebrated Tuesday in a series of
meetingss held by the local chap-
*er.
New Men
New members were initiated-in
the late afternoon, a banquet was
neld at the Thomas Hotel, and an
anniversary oration was given by
D.'. Melvin A. Brannon in the Flor- ,
'da Union Auditorium at 8 p.m.
faculty of the University, their i "
--,es and the general public.
Eirannon Speaks
D,'. Atkins, president of the local
chapter, opened the meeting and ... .... ~ :..
introducedd Dr. J. J. Tigert, who in
oirn introduced Dr. Brannon to the
audiencee. Dr. Brannon, formerly
presidentt of the Universities o f
daho, Montana, and Beloit, chose
',he motto of Phi Beta Kappa,
Philosophy, the Guide of Life" as
he subject of his oration. ,


Florida Players

"Present One Act

Plays Dec. 14
Three one-act plays, free to the
publicc, will be presented at 8:15
Saturday, December 14, in the P.
X. Yonge auditorium by the Flor-
ida Players and the Speech De-
*pa'- Ant.
Directed By Mills
Plays to be presented are "The
Monkey's Paw"'. "The Mayor and
=he Manicure," and "The Camberly
Trianglee" directed by George Har-
K.jeold.
In "The Monkey's Paw," roles
are taken by John Chowning, Mrs.
Florabel Wolff. Austin Calloway,
) rank McDonald and Herman
-Shonbrun, who turned in a credit-
.ole performance as "Wally" in
"The Male Animal".
Mayor And Manicure
Cast of "The Mayor And The
:Manicure'" includes Leldon Martin,
Jack Mills, Betty Bobroff and
Mrs. Lois Scott Weiss.
The triangle in "The Camberly
Triangle" is furnished by Mrs. D.
i. Butler, James Fielden and Mil-
on Oshins.


Delta Chi Admits
12 New Brothers
Initiation of 12 men into Delta
Chi .fraternity has been announced
by officials of the fraternity. New
ien are:
Conrad Demro, Dania; Stanley
Field., Lowell, Mass. Jim Hartley,
Hollywood, Fla.; Harry Hatlestad,
Arcadia; Jim Heidt, Hollywood;
Charles Humphries, Hollywood;
Bill Joca, San Diego, Calif.; Lum-
bros Kourlos, Trenton, Mich.;
John J. May, Beeville, Texas; Tom
Parker, Arcadia, and Kenneth
Schenkel, Jacksonvill-
Election of officers in the pledge
class was announced, with Charles
Prince as president and Jack Sew-
ell, Secretary-treasurer.
Recent pledges to Delta Chi are
Bob Allen, Mt. Dota, and Sid Mul-
ikin, Ft. Lauderdale.


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The smile of victory-was caught by the Alligator Photog in the
two pics above of the winning teams in the Independent and Dormi-
tory Volleyball tournaments, Top picture shows the AllStar Team
from Flavet No. 1, who defeated the Baptist Union, 15-0, 15-6, in the
finals. The lower photo is the best dormitory team from Sledd C and
G, which defeated Temporary Dorm E, 15-10, 15-8 for the champion-
ship. The two managers, with hand onL the ball, are: George T. Karo-
phillis of the Dorm team and Donald Crim of the All-Stars.

Ag Club Sets Annual

Fish Fry For December 9
Tickets are on sale this week for the Annual Ag Club Fish Fry to
be held at College Park on December 9th. In spite of the scarcity and
high cost of food, everyone is promised all the fish and hush-puppies
they can eat, according to newly,
elected president Ray Bridges, standing social gatherings of the
Club members have been work- College of Agriculture.
ing on plans for the fish fry for With the greatly increased en-
the last few weeks, and all ar- rollment of freshmen and sopho-
rangements have been made- to ac- mores interested in Agriculture,
comodate the students, prospec- as well as veterans and their
tive students, wives and faculty wives, a record attendance is an-
members of the College of Agri- ticipated. Invited guests include
culture. President and Mrs. John J. Tigert,
and Dean and Mrs. H. Harold
Annual Event Hume.
The fish fry has. been an an- Serving will begin promptly at
nual event of the Ag Club for 6:30 p.m., and tickets are seventy-


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Gator Vets Offer Door

Prize To Boost Attendance-
By Jask Bryan
Do you know Ward Harris, of Room 12, Crane Hall? If you do, in-
form him that he is poorer by exactly 10 bucks because of his absence
from the last meeting of the Gatpr Veterans, held on Monday, Novem-
ber 25, in Florida Union auditorium. Harris' name was drawn for the
--- $10 -door prize under a new plan
SA? devised by the Gator Vets in hope
fl of stimulating attendance at meet-
Cre Bative Briting- ings. .


Club Is Formed,
By Gerald Clarke, Jr.
Dr. C. E. Mounts and Dr. D. E
Baughan have organized a crea-
tive writing club for the Univer-
sity which is open to all who are
interested in writing of any type.
There will be no rigid attendance
rules and the only requirement for-
membership is some connection
with the Universityr either in the
capacity of student, or his wife,
faculty, or employee.
T('nastructive Criticism
The ciru is oased on -ihe prin--
ciple that constructive criticism
is a good thing. Members present
their writing to the club for read-
ing and then- at the club meet-


ings it is examined and discussed
critically. It. has been emphasized
,that the club is not organized for
credit, purposes and that the re-.
ward is the association with oth-
er aspiring writers, and their
carefully considered criticism.
To Be ,Divided
If the club grows large enough
i,t will be divided into two groups,
poetry arid prose, although at no
time will there be any restriction
on the type of material that may
be submitted. Meetings are heTd-
each Monday evening at 7:30;'-in
room 21.0, Florida Union.
Adult alligators under observea-
tion at the St. Augustine Alligator
Farm, were noted to breathe only
once in every three hours, or eight-
times per day!


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Fulled From Jar
Ohe name was pulled out of a
jar containing all the names of the
approximately 500 members on the
rolls.- The only stipulation was
that the lucky man must be pres-
ent to claim the cash.
Prize Carried Over
Since Harris failed to appear,
the prize was carried over until
the next session, Monday, Decem-
'tnr 9, at wh'ch time a $12.50 door
prize will be offered. All Gator
Vets were reminded that they are
eligible for the money if they are
among those present next Monday
night at 8 p.m. in the Florida Un-
ion building. I
Turner Presides
F. ec Turner, commander, pres-
ided at the November 25 meeting,
and succeeded in clearing much of
I.the organization's old business off
the agenda, while introducing sev-
eral new proposals. Highlights of
the gathering included a preview
of plans for the Christmas Kiddie
TaIrty, read by Chaplain Richard-
son, and discussion of ideas for an
official emblem for the organiza-
tion.
Telegram Sent
The membership voted unani-
mously to send a telegram to
Senator-elect Spessard L. Holland
iuygTg-'"7m to extend his efforts
to the limit in helping to settle the
national coal strike, and to press
for investigation of the use of the
"Big Inch" and "Little Inch" pipe
lines for transportation of nat-
ural gas.


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Don Barry in "LAST CROOKED MILE"


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WED.
BARBARA STANWYCK
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SAT. MON.
JOAN CRAWFORD in The Acedemy Role
"MILDRED PIERCE"
Tim McCoy in "OUTLAWS OF PARADISE"

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TUESDAY WED.
MARSHA HUNT in
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BASIL.RATHBONE in
"Pursuit to Algiers"


THURSDAY FRIDAY
ELLA RAINES in
"The Runaround"
RUTH TERRY in
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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR 11


STARTS THURSDAY


GRANI'*BERGMA\N
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By Pat 'Pattillo
One of the most unique football games in the nation
will again this year be played on the University of Flor-
ida campus when the Sigma Nu and Phi Delta Theta
fraternities meet Saturday December 14, in a revival of
a series dating back to 1925. W
The game is unique in a number
of ways. The contract under which tercollegiate games will be at their
the game is played is one of stations atop the flag poles which
ninety-nlne years' duration, the flank the stadium. Algeady two
longest athletic agreement on rec- bands have made plans to attend
ord. Robert Ripley, of. Believe-it- in full color qnd others are expect-
or-not fame, featured the series in ed to accept invitations sent out
his column a number of years ago. by M. M. Parrish, Jr., who is in
Proceeds Go To Charity charge of plans for the annual af-
No mnaLter wniri team wins the fair. Those having already accept-
game and, incidentally, the ed are the ole faithful University
beautiful trophy which will accom- of Flords. Band and the Gainesville
pany the victory-the really vic- High School band.
torious party will be charity. For Have Full Uniforms
all .proceeds of the game, sponsor- The two squads haveTbeen prac-
ed this year by the Junior Cham- ticing for over a month now. Both
her of Commerce and Junior Wel- have settled down to saone serious
fare League of Gainesv'lle, will work in preparation for the game,
go to the Junior League Charity having received full uniforms from
fund which supports the Prenatal the University's Athletic Depart-
Well-Baby, and Cancer Clinics in ment earlier this week:
Alachua County. Coaching the Phi Delts is Fran-
The game is an all-paying affair, nie Hartman, former-Gainesville
for everyone who enters Florida High and University of Florida
Field Stadium pays and that star. The Sigma Nu. -coach i s
means everyone. Even players, of- Heywood Allen, captain of the
ficials, sportswriters, and the University of Georgia'siRose Bowl
young lades designated as spon- team of 1942.
sors of each fraternity must pre- $1.00-Stag Or iDrag
sent tickets at the gate. Members of the Junrior Welfare
Kickoff 2:15 Nexr Sat. League are in charge of ticket
Kickoff for the Greeks' game is ales and latest reports show that
slated for 2:15, truly with flags something over four hundred tick-
flying and bands playing. All the ets have been sold, not including
banners which are pulled out of incomplete campus sales. Ducats
'the .Gator closets for regular in- for the game are priced at one


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students. Students' dates are ad-
mitted for the student price.
Sigma Nu Has Lea,
The game, the sevententh is the
series, is expected to draw over
four thousand spectators. Records
show that the Sigma Nu's have
w0ono eight games while the Phi
Delts 1%ave won' only five. Three
have ended in scoreless ties. The!
last game, played in 1941, resulted
in a 26-0 victory for the Phi D1lts.
Both teams will be fighting to
better their record and to gain
possession of the game trophy,
presented by the Kiwanis Club for
the following year. The Phis have
possession of it now while the cup
*for. the most alumni present for:
the game now adorns the Sigma
Nu mantle.


Finnefrock Officiates


SLOP!DA'
Pow~re WOUSE


Cherry Thanks
Intramurals Refs
Coach Spurgeon Cherry, in
conjunction with Lacy Mahon,
student director of intramurals,
expressed the appreciation of the
Intramural Department, in a
statement made this week, for
the officiating:in the. recent bas-
ketball tournzment-

The official who put in the
most hours is Buck Lanier, con-
sidered by 'murals officers as
one of the top basketball offi-
cials in the state. Lanier has
worked both college and high
school games.
Men given thanks from the
department are Ralph Licker,
Conrad Dutton, Jack Cloen,
Chick Carter, Ken Maynor and
others.


Four southeastern Conference Fifteen thousand fishing boats
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Gator fans will get their
first glimpse of their 1946-
.17 basketball team tonite"
when they take to the court
in their opening game
against Florida Southern of
Lakeland. This game should
remove the question mark
that surrounds the team and
show the fans whats in store
for them in the coming hoop
season. The team has looked good
in recent practices but needs out-
side competition to orove its real
worth.
Shift Team
Coach McAllister has been shift-
ing his team around in practice
in an effort to find a starting
team. As yet he has not definite-
ly decided on a starting five.
Those who are expected to see
plenty of action include: Bill At-
kinson. Ralph Locker, Scotty Hen-
derson, Hans Tanzler, Lamar
Bridges, Jullian Miller, J. P. Jones
Harold Hamilton, John Chitty,
and James Oliver.
Three Letterman
Atkinson, LicKer, and Hender-
son will be the only letterman on
the team. Tanzler, Bridges and
Oliver are the tallest men on the
squad and should see plenty of
action tonite. In Miller and Chit-
ty, McAllister has found to good
long shots who will add to the
Gator offense.
Gridders Bolster .Squad
Doug Belden, Kay Jamison and
Chuck Hunsinger who were ex-
pected to bolster the squad now
,that the football season is over
have been unable to play as re-
sults of injuries received in foot-
ball.


SPEs Lose In
Frat League

Volleyba Finals
Phi Delta Theta poun-led their
v.'ay into the championship of the
Fraternity Volleyball league as
they worked their way through a
very tough schedule, finally win-
ning over the SPE's in the finals
!5-l, 10-15, 15-1u, and 15-6.
After winning over the hard
fighting De'ta Tau Delta in three
thrill packed games 15-6. 8-15, and
15-3, the Phi Delts ran into an-
other tough six in the Pi Lams as
they came from beh nd to win 13-
15, 16-14. an t 15-9. The SAE's
.a.ve the champs a good match as
'hey fPnaly lost to the skilled
winners 15-13, 15-17. and 15-8.
SPE'S Falter
The SPE's who had played some
high calibre ball in the preliminary
games seemed to falter as they
came to grips with the champs.
They did seem to regain some of
their past form in the second
game, but fa led to come bacl
enough tb win.
Teams Named
Members of the winning Phi
Delts were Ben McCrary, Ford
Thompson, Bill Bracked, Bill Ed-
miston, and Gene Williams.
The losers were: D. R. Walker,
j. A. Baggett, J. h;. Zoll, R. W.
Louis. A. E. Allen and F. Albrit-
ton.

Three rnjwured in
Holiday Accident
Robert M. Lehman, Roland A.
Sr-yc, and Robert M. Summeral,
U. of Fla. students, were seri-
ously injured last weekend when
the car in which they were rid-
ing turned over between Bunnell
pnd Palatka. Two of the stu-
dents suffered skull fractures;
the other student suffered
broken collarbones. The latest
r.;o)rts from the Palatka hos-
pital state that they are gel-
ting along as well as can be
expected.


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12 THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR











Large Audience S Senator Pepper Replys To

On Hand To Hear Question s From Alligator
WSMUMWSenatory I -.. ..




By L. B. Selden
"We have laid the foun- Florida Blue Key last night initiated seventeen new
nation for lasting peace, ev- members into the University s honorary leadership or-
en though we still have some organization. Initiation into Blue Key came as recognition
problems to face," Senator of outstanding work in extra-curricular activities on theater
Pepper stressed last Wed campus of the University of Flor-
nesday night in a speech be-U A C e ida in the career of each initiate.
fore a jam-packed audience for Bennet Gives Address
in the University Auditorium. As I Sa IatoI The initiation banquet was held
Mr. Pepper approached the ros- last n'ght at the Primrose Grill in
trum. the audience rose and ap Gainesville The principal speaker
lauded the Florida Senator. Jfspeak .0. .
Pepper was invited to speak was Charl sonillennet and-
here cy the local chapter of the ing young Jaksonville lawyer and
American Veterans Committee former member of the State Legis-
and was welcomed on behalf of lature and president of the student
the University by Dr. John J. Ti- The University Press Associa- body of the University of Florida.
gert. Reviewing the valuable tion, recently organized to coordi-
deeds of assistance that Senator nate all publications and to meet Former Student Prexy
Pepper has given the University with the Student Publication Bennet, as well as being a for-
in the past, Dr. Tigert introduced Board to iron out mutual difficul- mer president of the student body,
Pepper as the "outstanding seak- ties, will sponsor a convention of is an inactive member of Florida
er of the Senate." the Intercollegiate Press Associa,- Blue Key, having graduated from
"Honesty And Candor" tion on January 10th and 11th. the University with the class of
After announcing that he would Change Date 1934 from the Law College. He
speak' honestly and with candor The convention previously sche- served in World War II as an in-
on international' and national af- duled for December 13-14, was fantry lieutenant, seeing duty in
fairs" Pepper stated "I believe postponed in order that a delega- Hawaii, the East Indies and the
that peace between Russia and ,tion from Tallahassee may be able Phil'ppine Islands.
the United States is the only foun- to attend. Duckworth Toastmaster
dation upon which there can be Canunittee investigates Duckworth Toastmaster
world peace, not only for the two A committee, headed by Edar Frank Duckworth, president,
nations, but in the whole world A committee, headed by Edga served as toastmaster for the oc-
Mistakes Of Last War Davis, has been appointed to in- casion and Bill Norman read the
The senator noted that 4700 of vestigate the charters of varicus charge to the pledges. Raymer X.h
the 6300 students at the Univer- publications on the campus ando McGuire of the pledge class gave
sity of Florida are veterans of the Board of Student Publications. thn on Mr p J,
the late war, and recalled that The Press Association is also at- wte response. Mark Hulsey, Jr.,
fortunately for the nation and the tempting to determine the cost chm a o th initati
world too many of the veterans and equipment necessary to es- c
of World War I "didn't take se- tablish a dark room on ,the campus New Men Listed
riously to the task of national and in an effort to cut down on the Initiat
international politics which con- high cost of photography, which initiates are
sequently led to the conditions has been a thorn in the side of all Hei4 Stallworth, Gainesv le;
that brought d o, World War II. publications for some time. Ben Moss, Haines City; John By Morty Freedman
But it is different this time, the 'Officers Named Folks, Inverness; Horace Richard- Alligator Editor-In-Chief
veterans are interested in politics The newly elected -officers of son, Dave Hedrick, Bill Durden, Allator Editor-In-Chief
and government, and the result the University Press Association Jack Lucas and Charles Boyd,
is world-wide international col- are: President, PaFt O'Neal; 1st Jacksonville; Bill Harrell, Live In an exclusive interview with the FLORIDA ALLIGA-
laboration." Vice President, Jack Doherty; 2nd l Oak; Morty Freedman, Miami TOR Wednesday night, Senator Claude ,Pepper, without
Tells Of Russian Trip Vice President, Ell'ott Shienfeld; Beach; Raymer McGuire and Jim ~o much as "batting an eyelash," snapped back answers
As a result of a 120-day trip and Executive Secretary, Al Shee- Robinson, Orlando; Joe McLaugh- to tn "loaded" questions put to him by this reporter.
taken at his own expense last han. lin, Pensacola; Bob Eaton, Ford The Senator, who had just finished a session with local
year, during which time he visited "'F" Book Voted In Thompson and Thomas Wood, Tal- The Senator, who had just fished a session with local
19 foreign countries, he found The "F^" ook was voted into lahassee, and Edgar Davis, Wau- bigwigs in his hotel room, while Mrs. Pepper entertained
that "the people of Russia, and UPA membership at the last meet- chula. m another group p of "visiting fire-
Jikewise the people of other I ing of the group. Bob MacLeish, All but one initiate were pledged men" in another room of his suite
pacuntries, we are just ands eager for "F" Book Editor, and Sam Mur- last month. Wood-was pledged in at the Thomas Hotel, was affabil- veterans under the educational or
peoplace as we are, anord there is no rell, Business Manager, will repre- March. ity personified as he n th-j oens u n t ohe ecpro msie
people ina the rl the Rsians sent the publication on the JPA. from the. usual p political exped ent he G. Bill, Senator" we asked.
peace as much as the Russians of "hedging:' our questions or giv- Showin strong feeling, he replied
do." He added that on one ocFort Caroline, historically fa- ing off with the inevitable, "N Total compensation should be
ion Russian government officials ous as the pulse of French c6loni- comment!" Such as to entitle a veteran to a
told. him that "the government Obs 0 n o Fion A i G such as to entire a veteran to a
couldn't take the Russian people e ObsO ezation in 16th-century Florida was ido
couldn't take the Russian people situated atop a bluff on the S t. I Rent Control idecentstandard of living I'm
to war even if they wanted to."g o against any restriction wh'ch lim-
"More Democraey Than Ever" There are several positions Johns River about sx miles- from aid Pepper in response to chie its the earning power of an indi-
On the domestic scene, Pepper open for expert secretariesio today's Mayport. The French col- ou.: ion, "Do you. think it likely vi 'ual."
said, "There is more democracy ge graduates preferred. If in- ony failed. In the intervening that Congress will remove rent
in the world today than ever be- terested, report to Room 3, Lan- three centuries not only have all control?" -- "Probably no con- Favors W-E-T B'l],.
fore-except here at home. We guage Hall. tracesof the fort disappeared, but trols will last very long regard- Next, we ased Senator Pepper
are bogged downi on the question the bluff site itself has gone out less of merit, but for the time be- Nwhether hwe askedthought thSenator the Wappeg-
e g o o the i ith the tide whether he thought that the Wag-
of the rights of people, the rights ing it seems that rent control will ner-Ellender-Taft bill passed by
cf property, and the rights of gov- last longer than any others." I the Senate during their last ses-
ernment. We must try to find the T heAt Asked whether he thought that 1-'on, would insure more housing
line that divides government con-0 the abolition of ren,t control would f veterans. "I favor the bill--I
rol and personal rights. Theud cause rents to rise considerably, know it will be of great aid to vet-
right answer can be found by com- iFlorida's senior senator replied, 'rans-bu" I think that it should
mon counsel." He added that if There wil be great hardship oran- be mae s---bu I think that ite shouaid.
the right of las or to strike is re- FRIDAY countered will be gf rents ardshie not kept a ven stronger,",he said.
stricted, a similar restriction upon Seminole Meeting, Fla. Union 208, 3:00-5:00 p. m. within some sort of reasonable Labor Legislation
employers and owners from clos Lecture by Rabbi Kaplan, Fla. Union, 11:4c0-12:40 p.. mlImit." With the fine issued against
ing down must also be made. Fall Frolics Concert, University Aud.,- 5 p. m. Gym Priority John L. Lewis and his union that
Favors Educational the interest ll Frolics Dance, Air Base Gym, 9 p.m. Regarding the dificulty which ay, s fresh in our mind, we ask-
Touching upon the interest SATURDAYI bad been encountered lately con- Isd, "Do you think Congress will
shown by veterans in educational Frolics Dance, Air Base gym, 8:30 p..m.elAd- c ed, rou tinko ngress a-
opportunities Senator Pepper re- SUND Acern'ng a Civilian Production Ad- .ase legislation of a punitive a-
dvealed that "I am going tointro- Lutheran Church Service Fla. Union Aud., 10 a. m. 's an i ee inthoughtful, Pepper stated that
duce at the coming session of Con- "The Messiah" (G'ville Philharmonic), Univ. Aud., 7:30 p. m. stated that he had been working "there probably will be some," and
gress a bill to provide Federal MIONDAY stanot beatooeunfaireto either
loan funds, to be matched by State on the CPA, had talked to Dean added, "I am hoping, though, that
loan funds, to be loaned toany Alligator Staff meeting, Fla. Union basement, 7:30 p. m. Dennis K. Stanley, and felt cer-t will not be too unfair to either
boy or girl wanting to borrow Creative Writing Club, Fla. Union 208, 7:30-9 p. m. tainthat "a satisfactory solution abor, management or capital."
money to' go into school or col- Gator Veterans, Fla. Union 209; 7:30-9 p. w.. ill be reached." When asked whether he thought
lege, or to take vocational train- Sigma Delta Chi, Fla. Union 210, 7-8 p. in.
ing, such funds to be paid backby American Legion, Fla. Union 305, 8-9 p. m. "P" you believe that Congrer the-f'nes imposed on John L Lewis
the borrower as he or she is able Alpha Kappa Psi pledging, Fla. Union 308, 7:30-9 p. m. shouo increase the subsistence al- wrond the United Mine Workers
lowance of veterans now under the would break the strike, Pepper re-
to pay them iack during the earn- Continuous movie shows, Fla. Union Aud. 12 noon-1:30 p. min., 6-7:30 lowance of veterans now under the lied "No I don't think it will
ing period of his or her life. No p.m. -educational provisions of the G. I ple "no dtTh inkrwl
American boy or girl should lack International Relations Club, Fla. Union West Lounge, 8-9 p.m. 'ink that the alowancesked. "I definitely so strongly on this issue that
an education for financial rea- Leoitre by Pres. Harding (U. of Ark.), P. K. Yonge Aud., 8 p n. I increase to meet the higher cost they'd rather be shot than give in."
"Thinks With Our leads" University Press Association. Fla. Union basement, 5-6 p. min. of living," said Pepper "hite Primtiry" Issue
Concluding his speech, Pepper TJ. of F. Flying Club, Fla. Union 208, 5:30-6 p. m. In response to our question con- For our final question we.picked
said, "In the international field, Stengle Flying Club, Fla. Union 208. 7-8 p.m. icern.ng the diplomatic school be- topic of much recent discussion
by thinking with our heads and Gator Pep Club, Fla. Union 210, 7:30'-8:30. ling discussed as a war memorial, in the State-"What are your
not our angers or prejudices, we Fla. Blue Key, Fla. Union 305, 7:30 p. m. 'for University dead of World War i comments on the prospective
can find a way through the diffi- Board Stud. Publications. Fla. iUnion basement, 4:30 p. m. I he said that he thought such a4 "white primary" now be'ng discus-
cult days ahead- -we can find A. I. C. H. E. E., Union 308, 8-9:30 p.m. school would be "most fitting- so in Florida?" The Supreme
...eace." Forum Committee, Comm. Room, 7-8 p. m. providing its prime purpose in to Court has made a ruling on that
Guest At AVC Banquet Benton Eng. Soc.. Univ. Aud., 7:30-9:30 p. m. bring about international under- question ('n which it held that a
Prior to his speech, Senator WEDNESDAY standingg as a way of attaining:poxitical party could be incorpora-
Pepper was the guest of honor at Delta Sigma Fraternity, Fla. Union 210, 8 p.m. world peace. 'ted as a private organization)-
a banquet at the Thomas Hotel Fla. vs. Auburn movie, Fla. Union Aud., 8 p. m. G. 1. Bill Income I approve the action taken by the
sponsored by the American Veter- THURSDAY "How do you stand on the VA.i state Democratic. committee in
ans ('nmmittee and their guests. Forestry Club Field day. ruling of a max mum income for '-ndl'n'; the matter.'