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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 1947
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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FLOZRDA ALLIGATOR


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA


Preview Of Things To


Here.Tday; 7 schools


RepresenteddAt Meet
By Jim Gollacheck
The University Press Association will play host to ..
representatives of eight Florida colleges when the winter V
convention of the Florida Inter-collegiate Press Associa-
Lion opens here today. It is expected that delegates from ,
Florida State College for Women, Stetson University, St. e .
Petersburg Junior College, Uni- ----------- I
versity of Tampa, Florida South- addressandWinifred Lane, -
ern College, University of Miami, ing a d de an Winfrd a, _-
and Rollins College will begin President of the Fl(-ida Inter-col- .... -.. -
arriving here this morning. Reg- Legiate Press Associa.,tion, will give -.
istration of all delegates will take the opening address at the first
place in the West Lounge of the ting of the convention to b'
Florida Union from 3:C0 to 6:0G held in the Florida Union Sat-
p.m. today. urday morning at 10:00a.m. Dean
Sun Editor To .Speak R. C. Beaty and Mr. William
Morty Freedman, convention Pepper, Editor in Chief of the
chaii:man. will. give the welcom- Gainesville Daily Sdn, will be the


JAN. 10, 1947


Come


56 Roady By

End Of Jan.;

Others Follow
Funds necessary for the
completion of ?96 of the
448 units originally sched-
uled to comprise Flavet III
were granted to contrac-
tors this week following a
conference between Fed-
eral Publie Housing Au-
thority officials and con-
tractors in Atlanta Wednes-
day, George F. Baughman,
t h e University's assistant
Business manager revealed
to the ALLIGATOR yester.
'ay.
WVork on the units v-ill be re-
sumed next weel-, ~.cording to
Baughman. and 56 ii:;s will be
finished and available for occu-
pancy by the end of thiis month,
100 more will be ready by the end
of February, and thu remainingg
140 will be conmpleLed by the eni'
of March, Baughnan ,:'ormised.
wVork liai C(ea,sePi
Work had ceased n the village
follow ng a govel nn.thi order for
contractors to cease construction
when they had reacl-d the point


S...- guest speakers. were they had usedu au percent
Dinner Toniight of the originally allocated funds,
First social function of the con- The cut, according to government
vention will be a- dinner to "be ." officials, was due to the increased
Sall i i a D riv held at the Primrose .Grill to- cost of materials and labor.
night at 7:30. All delegates are An audit of the r books was im-
requested to meet in the West mediatelyy taken by Algernon
"Lcoange of 'he Florida Union To- Blair, Inc., contactors for IFlavet
night at 7:00 p.m. Transportation III, and it was found that the com-
will be provided from there to the '. Continued onage NINE
By L. B. len dinner Business Sessions
The 40th Annual Christmas Seal Round table discussions of the .I
campaign, sponsored by the Na- Continued on Page TWO W : U8
tional Tuberculosis Association, "..
came to a close last week with !i '
a reported collection of $526.85 Vari t. Show ''
from the students and faculty """ .. '
goal was set for $1,000 this year, r reparaluIO S a. dv ",. .
the amount collected-represented :-4'- .- A one-thousand dollar scholar-
nearly ten times the amount ra.is- "Begn e "F ship loan fund has been made
ed last year, and Roy L. Purvis, I available to the University of
General Seal Christmas for Ala- I A big-time, student-produced Florida students by the Verne E.
chila County commended Jack Variety Show, now being- planned The top photograph is the exterior view of one of the buildings in Munich Educational Foundation,
Humphries and Bob Brooks, cam- for next spring by the University's Flavet' III. Each building contains eight apartments. The bottom Dean R. C. Beaty announced to-
pus co-chairman, for their suc- Student Government, was discuss- viw is the finished interior of one of tho apartments, which is now day.
cessful campaign, ed at a specially-called meeting being occupied by government inspectors 'who could find no other Administered By Oonunittee
Mobile Unit Planned before the holidays, and those housing. Administered by the University
A mobile unit, complete with present agreed that no meetings Committee on Scholarships and
X-ray, is planned for this vicin- will be called until after examina- Loans, of which Dean Beatyisprov
ity which will give thorough ex- tiorn week. i H* i chairman, the loan fund provides
aminations for tuberculosis free Byrd In Charge i b that applicants who are graduates
to anyone, who desires a check. Headed by Bill, Byrd, chairman | V' of an accredited Florida high
It has been pointed out that such. of the social affairs committee, school and bona fide residents of
a service would be particularly the drive for a huge annual affair F lorida, and who have completed
worthwhile ',to the student body similar to th6se held by Harvard work at least t seniesters ofacolege
beca,u,e tuberculosis causes more and Princeton, will gather data I work wless th a scholastic average of may borrow up
deaths among young people be- and production facts before gain- not less than "C", may borrow up
tween the ages of 15 and 30 than ing momentum at the beginning to $250 per vear.
any other disease. of second semester. Pay After Graduation
In a statement this week, Bob All students ,including veterans' By "Pen" Gaines Applicants for these loans will
Brooks and Jack Humphries, the wives, who are interested in -all Nearly 1400 new applications for second semester en- be required to furnish a sa.tis-
campaign chairmen for the Uni- types of dramatics, either direct- rollme-t have been received by the Registrar Office early actor endorser to the note which
versit, expressed thanksto allin or acting, script writingorhis week asthe University prepares for a expected bodywillnot to accrue til the borrower
who helped 'niake. the drive a any other form of stage produc- 'his University expected body not to accrue until the borrower
Continued on Page TWO Continued on Page ELEVEN of 7500 in February, Richard S. Johnson, Registrar, an- is graduated or for any other rea-
nounced yesterday. Continued On Page THIEE
'Cf the number accepted to

S Ste ~ Finds onor System mer Florida students, while the Sma -
C remaining thousand will be new N .
students to the campus. Froir N ov 0 -7 f
A p e 8e B S :N R j y the present student body of 6,333, *-
Apple Se s Pay--- B t Not Money almost6,000 had applied for read- nnex
,aI mission on December 30, and the
7,500 enrollment as authorized by Short order breakfasts are now
F. Clyde Stevens, Jr., a riajor cession on campus and students' because he knows that there is the Board of Control, will be easi- -available to s'u'-t- with the
in business administration at the and faculty members are the con- "honor among Florida men." ly completed before the January "'noiiet-hall c r't 'he Flor-
University, thinks that consumer- summers of his apples .. and some- "They were probably just hun- 1 15 deadline. Preliminary applica- ida Union annex serving combina-
management relations on this ,times his money. ,, tion deadline was December 30. 'onn fourtain
camps could stand a Ict of. im- Started In October gry, maybe starving and broke, Can Accommodate 7,500 foods in order to e the con-
provement. From the beginning of last Oc- explains apple tycoon Stevens, More than 2,700 application estio in the sr 's.-"ntain and
Slight, red-headed Stevens is a tober, when Stevens started. the "and they *rust couldn't round up a blanks were sent to applicants all nable stude ts hive early
veteran, is married, and is the concession for the first time in nickle." over the state, and by the first e ast be
father of a bouncing 16-month old several years, until ,the end of Ret_ ives .Odd Items of this week, 1440 had returned cases to ohan 1000 kast be-
bov. In order to support his fa- December,, Clyde has been short- But in place of the nickles Clyde th- necessary reports, Johnson tween 8:30o Price I 0:00 a.m.
mnly, Clyde, in addition to bis changed in both apples and money has received an interesting num- added. No Price I a'
scholastic, activities, runs a little to the tune of $145.92 or 4,918 ber of odd items in trade for hisr More than 1,500 new students tou. P. Long c '." d that
-business on the campus and apples-take your- choice. apples--but buttons and street can be accommodate for the sec- fountain ma ae" i,:d that
that's where the consumer-man, An idealist, Stevens would ra- car tokens don't put money in cnd semester in the University there will be eno '-'... i riCes.
agement angle comes in. Clyde is their think that the missing housing system, it was predicted He also added that there will be
the manager of the apple box con-, amount was consumed in ,apples, Continued on Page ELEVEN Continued on Page ELEVEN Continued on Paige NINE


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PAGE 2 THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR z member of the Alpha Gamma Mullikin, a member of the Delta Press Convention
Rho fraternity. Chi fraternity, is majoring in Civ- Pess O ven t i
i --- iEr gineering. Continued from Page ONE
g7l lllis Greene, Orlando, Florida, problems encountered in the pub-
-and Miss Harriet Hughes, also W. L. Bailey and Miss Janet fishing of student' newspapers,
By Jean Whitmore ternity, ard is majoring in chem- trom Orlando, were married the Herndon, both from Blountstown, earbo and magazines will be
Alligator Society Editor ical engineering. They plan to be early part of December. Greere is Florida, were married there on De- 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. Saturday. It is
,on Butt, wll known Law rrried during the cc:.air sum- a member of Alpha Gamma Rho member 19th. Bailey, a member of hoped that by discussing them
on we non w fraternity, and is majoring in the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity, is with other students many of the
St-.,ent from Orlardo, married me. Agriculture majoring in Business Administra- problems encutered by the
M'ss Jean.. Lee of Gainesville, -Ajrt ure.- jtion-student journalists can be ironed
December 22, 1946. They were E:A Wynne of Hollvwooc., Flori- t on- out.
n-airie I at the First Presbyterian da. a-d Miss Az.i WVhittem. re of Hairold Deloch and Miss Glenna --- Patrick Guest Speaker
Church by Rev. U. S. Gordon, and Nashvlle Tenn.. were married Sellards were married in Orlando, Henry L. Freeman, of Miami, Dr. Rembert W. Patrick, author
row living at Swan Lake. Miss N~ovember 29, 1946. Wynne is a Fldida on December 7th. Their and Miss Frances McDermon, of of "Florida Under Five Flags"
Lee works in the Dean of Students embe of Phi Delta Thea fa- homes are both in Orlando. Deloche married in and leading Florida historian, will
a -.,pledged to Beta Theta Pi fa-o Jacksoaville, were married in and leading Florida historian, will
ofce. Butt is a member of Alpha eternity. be the guest speaker at the ban-
Tau Omega social fraternity. ternity. Jacksonville, December 28th. Free- quet to be held at the Hotel- Tho-
JackB. o Pete Har.aw, Lakeland, and i man is majoring in Architecture. mas Saturday at. 6:30 p.m. Morty
Jack B. Richardson and Harriet Betty Lou Maddox, also of Lake- Elmo Prather, Beta Theta Pi, is He is a member of the Pi Kappa i Freedman, Convention Chairman,
WWard, both of Key West. were land were married December 27th engaged to Miss Dot Gresham. I Phi fraternity will be the toastmaster of the
.r,.rie ,. December 20. They spent n Lakelar d. Hartsaw is a senior Bth are from Tallahassee, Fla. ievenimg.
their horeymoon in Havana. and a member of the Alpha Tau .---- RoyalStults,from et Pal Presss of te Unversity
--- Omega fraternity. He was high. v T. Roberts, i,n Clearwater Royal Stults, from t Pam Press Association must register
Frank Albritton and Vera scorer of the Gator basketball Pacock a Fa., and Miss Geraldine Schmidt. and pay a convent n fee.of $1.00
Sweet, both of Jacksonville, be- souad last year and second highest from Minreapolis, Mieann., became if they plan to attend, the ,.con-
came engaged during the Christ- in the Southeastern Conference. over the holidays. Roberts is a engaged during the Christmas hol- ven
Holidays. i member of the Kappa Sigma so- days. Stults belongs to the Phi'
Bob ard Eilene Gilbert became' cial fraternity. Delta Theta fraternity and is ma- X~ a1S Seal.
-1-d Acree was married during proud parents of Robert Bruce, 8----- joring in Agriculture. He is chair-' Cotinuea From Page ONE
the holidays to Miss Angel Faulk- ib-. 5 oz. during the Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Warren Eugene man of the local chapter of the Contiuea rom, age ONE
ner of Greerwood, S. C. Acree is holidays. : Harrisor announced the b'rth of a American Veterans' Committee. success, including every student
a Journalism major. Gilbert played as end and half- boy, November 21st, last. The who purchased Christmas Seals.
--- back on the football team this baby was named Warren ruugen Neal and Helen Goss announced Lauds Cooperation
Art Rubin from Fort Pierce and fall. Harrison, Jr.; his father is a mem- the arrival of a baby girl, Helen Credit for their splendid coop-
.1 ss Marian Cohen from Bayonne, ber of the Pi Kappa. Alpha frater- Janey, on November 28. Goss, a! eration was extended to Dr. Tig-
N J., plan to be married ir June. Carl Osburn from Orlando and nity. member of the Phi Delta Theta i ert, University President; ,to the
the's year. Rubin is President of Miss Kitty Yarbourgh, also of Or-' fraterrity, was a student, here last, dormitory monitors; to Pierce Stev-
Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. lf/.do, plan to be married between Tom Hicks of Bradenton, and !year. He is no-.,- studying pre-den- Will ensand the Air Base monitors; to
semesters. Osburn, a member of iliss Betty King were married De- tal work at Emory. Williams Brogden, David Bryan,
Edwin Rousseau and Miss Dor- Beta Theta Pi fraternity is study- member 30, at her home, Dalton, i and drew Barne in the vari-
o'hy Elliot were married during I ing Accounting. Georgia. Hicks belongs to the Vance Morgan, of West Palmn ous Veterans Housing Units; to
the Christmas holidays. They are --- Phi Gamma Delta faternty Beach, Fla., and Miss Geraldine iBenny Suarez at Georgia Seagle
hCi s l s h e Hall; to Lawrence Renfro and the
t:oth from Largo, Florida, but plan: Bill Rose pinned Miss Katherine _Jones, of Forest City, N. C., be- Hall; ,to Lawregionce Renfro and thempus;
to live in Gairesville until Rous- Arrowsmith over the holidays cameenogaged duringythe hoidays. American Legion on the campus;
an onLakendF came engaged ding the holidays and to most of the social frater-
seau finishes his pre-med work. They are both from Jacksorville. Jack ryan rom Lakeand, Fla, Morgan belongs to the Phi Delta and to most of the so
Rose is a member of the Beta The- s- Sara Booth, from Ashe-, et fra ty and is stud nitieswhocooperated either100
Don Hartwell and Miss Mary t', Pi fraternity. !ville; N. C., were married Decem- Theta fraternity ance is studyingper cent or nearly 100 per cent;
Snn Cannon were married Decem- ber 21st, in Asheville. Bryan, a nkirg and Ff Business Adncein the Col-to Mr. Ricker and Carl Opp of
-ar rem-ber ofthein AlphaTlle. mega, lege of Business Administrationhh. U
Ler 20, i Tallahassee. Miss Can- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Friedman -ember of the Alpha Tau-Omega Busess Admistation. he Uirsity Housing. office;
non is secretary to Dean Matherly. )n December 28 became the par- fraternity, is a student in the Marvin K.ntz was engaged chief of the Florida Alligator-in-
Her home is in Tallahassee. Hart- onts of a baby boy, Anton Ramon, Law College. during the holidays to Miss Elaine Fraternities Who met a 100 per
,well, whose home is 'n West Palm IV. i Kessler. Both are from Miami cent goal included Alpha Gamma
Beach, belongs to the Phi Delta Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Page, Jr.. Ted Erck, Weirsdale, Florida. Beach. Krartz, a member of Pi Rho, Delta Chi, Delta Sigma el-
Theta fraternity. He is majoring announced the arrival of Margaret and Miss Betty Jean. Floyd, of: Lambda Phi fraternity, is taking ta Tau Delta, Lambda Ch Alpha
in Social Scierce, and is secre- Victoria, December 10th. Page, a Leesburg, were married there on : graduate work in Spanish. Phi Delta Theta, Phi Kappa Tau,
tary of the local AVC chapter. law student from Greensville, IDecember 22. Erek is a serior in: __ Phi Lambda Phi, Pi Kappa Phi,
Florida, is a member of the Pi the college of .agriculture and a Mr. and Mrs. Michel. Emmanuel Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Chi,
Allan Sheehan of Miami Beach Kappa Phi fraternity. niember of the Alpha Tau Omega became the -proud parents of a Sigma Nu, Tau Epsilon Pi, and
became engaged to Miss Polly ---- raternity. "daughter, Martha Alexandra, on Theta Chi. Those who nearly met
Pride of Ames, Iowa Miss Pride, John Folks, Williston, 's engeged ---- november 24. Miss Emmanuel their goal of 100 per cent contri-
; now attending Wellesley Col- Miss Laura Dowling from Day- Sid Mullikin. Jr., of Fort Lau- weighed in at 7 lb. 11 oz. Emman- buting included Alpha Tau Ome-
lege. Sheehan, Business Manager to: a Beach, Florida. Folks is derdale, Florida, and Miss Myrtle uel is a freshman law student and ga, Chi Phi, Kappa .Sigma, Phi
o,' the 1947 Seminole. is a member teaching Agriculture and studying Sapp. also of Fort Lauderdale, be- is a member of Sigma Chi frater- Gamma Delta. Pi Kappa Alpha,
cf the Phi'Delta Theta social fra- graduate work on the side. He is came engage over the holidays. I nity. and Signma Phi Epsilon.





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By George Kowkabany Featuring a door prize, colorful
Excessive absenteeism at Executive Council meetings decorations and a top-notch local .
resulted in a motion being passed at the last meeting that ears' wives group will launch the
impeachment will be considered by the body for any mem- new year's'social season here with i' :
ber who is absent more than once during a semester just their "Paper Moon Swing dance
cause. to be held this Saturday night,
Following approv.l of the mJe- IFeb. 11 at the American Legion
tional, President Parham read a Pollard, Pomrneroy Tickets for the darce, which will
letter which will be sent to the
members of the Stste Legislature W in Annual Fla. feature Julian Batimel and his
soliciting their support in allocat- band will sell at $1.20 per couple
ing funds for the University's t Aand $.75 cents stag. Baumel's band,
building fund. The letter was ap- Scientists Award according to Veterettes officials,
Proved by the council., will feature sweet music as well
Lucas Investigates WRUF Annual award of the Florida zs swing.
Jack Lucas was anointed to in Academy of Science has been pre- Motif ard theme songs for the
Jack Lucas was appointed to in- nce, wi will last from 9 to
.vestigate the possibility of obtain- rented jointly to Dr. C. B. Pollard, 'anie hih, will lapr crescent
ing more time of WRUF for stu- professor of chemistry at the Ui- -'dnight, will be papei crescent d a: a
dent programs. versity, and John Pomeroy, for- noon decorations and songs of an
r er graduate student at the Uni- appropriate rature.
After a discussion .of long over- varsity, who is now working on his Veterettes, largest women's or-
due requisitions the council voted doctorate at Massachusetts Insti ganization on the campus, directs ,
to -henceforth reject requisitions uteofTechnology. ost of its activities towards
9f subsidiary organizations unless charity and serves to stimulate .
submitted within ninety days of Won On Research social activities among student
date of contract. This rule will Dr. Pollard and Pomeroy re- wives at the University.
ces and will not take effect until cclved the Academy's highest WITH THE EIGHTH ARMY IN
all subsidiary organizations are honor for their research and paper SENDAI The first formal wed
notified of this rule.. on "A Study af the Sensitivity of cdng of members of the Americai
Aldehyde Reagents." The paper Army of Occupation in this cit'
Committee Renorts was selected as the most impor- took place on 9 Dec. 1916, in th,
,Oral reports were given by the Lant presented before the AcademyI Chapel of the North Japan Colleg.
members of the publicity commit- during 1945. n v hen Captain Daniel B. Jones, Jr.
tee, check cashing facility com- Told At Annual Meeting ormer University of Florida stu
mittee, and the convict labor com- Annual Meeting nt assigned to the Adjutan
mittee. A report on the campus Announcement of the award General's Office, IX Corps Head
wage scale was ,tabled until the was made at the aurnual meeting quarters, was married to Mis
next meeting, ot the state Academy last week in By Reuben Capeiouto IBetty Marsh Garrison, civilian em
STampa by Dr. J. E. Hawkins, as- The Newell Entomological So- ploye in the office o' the Tohoki
soctate professor of chemistry ciety, reorganized after being in-' Military Government.
S Bino e C ones at. the University of Florida; and active during the war years, at a Single Ring Ceremony
emn 0e Coitest chairman of the awards commit- meeting held on December 5, elect-' The single-ring ceremony wa
Phf s Availa b tee. ed the following officers: Iperformed by Lieut. Colonel Les
B'o aiaaae --President, William Gresham;; ie A. Thompson, IX Corps chap
vice-president, William Genung; in. Officers and their wives o0
A weekly. campus-wide Photo S AWarded secretary, Jimmy Heidt; treasur- IX Corps Headquarters headed b!
Contest for the 1947 Florida Sem- er, Norman Dennis, and reporter, Major Charles W. Rydor, Coni-
inole was announced this week by Or M edal For Reuben Capelouto. Walter Thames manding General, and Mrs. Rydor
Fat ONeal, editor of the Univer- G e was appointed editor of the NES Brigadier General Milton B. Hal.
sity's yearbook. IIT P g Ss,,s" News, the society's biannual pub- sey, Chief of Staff, and Mrs. Hal-
There will be first and second e PinK IreSS location. sey, and invited civilian guests,
prizes fr the two best pictures National Reconition ade a colorful gathering. Among
submitted each week on a subject! William Holst, instructor in the t in lRecognition
pertaining to college life at Flor- University's School of Architec- ihe ewell Entomological beo-
ida, or photographs of any build- ture and Allied Arts, has been the only student organization in Annual Available
i'gs, activities and other scenes 'awarded a gold medal for .is the United States that is an af-
(n the cawapdus and at the air base.is Foawarded a go l igfr s
Sthe campus and at the air b painting, "The Pink Dress" exhib- filiate of the American Associa- Fo Resignees
Rules Are Simle "The Pink Dresstion of Economic Entoologist.
The rules or te Simple r ited at the annual exhibition, of Old And New Members Any student who is not plan-
The simple, ONeal stahecontest are so the Florida Federation of Art held The following are old members: ning to attend- the University
local photographer may enter tein Clearwater recently. William Genung, James Haeger, the second semester and wants
contest. The following rules have Presented B Miamians Jimmy Heidt, Paul Hunt, and Kirk a copy- of the 1947 Seminole is
bcontest The following rules have Presented By Mian-ans Strawn. asked to leave $4.00 plus 25
Cortestants must be student, The prize, given by -the Miami Those initiated included the cents for mailing with the
ortestants onnmust be students, Women's Club, was awarded by a following: Norman Dennis, Reu-. cashier in the Business Office
or persons connected with the Uni- special jury from Miami which ben Capelouto, Dan Duncan, Bill in Language Hall.
versity of Florida. each year selects the picture cO.- Gresham, Myron Milligan, Charles The reason for the four dollar
. The size of the photo is not res- sidered the outstanding in the an- Remington, Bill Sumner, John fee for the Seminole is that
tricted. nual exhibition. Holst's painting Symmes, Walter Thames, George cost of the Seminole is deduct--
Turn In Before Wed was selected over a field of 250 Walker, Howard Weems, and ed only from the second semes-
All pictures must be turned in ai'ntirgs entered by Florida art- Miles Sheppard. ter fee, and that would not ap-
at the Florida Urion desk before its 'r. Creighton Sposor ply to students leaving at the
noon, each Wednesday. The first Came Here This Fall Dr. Creighton Spo-nsor end of this semester.
week's contest ends next Wednes- Hoist formerly was instructor of of the society are Dr. John T.
ray, January 15, and the wirners art at Proctor Acadernmy in New Creighton and Professor A. J. B j i El e d
Will be announced in the next issue Hampshire and -his paintings are Rogers, of the Department ofEn- enam n Elected
of the Alligator. inr the permanent collections of tomology. Plans for the annual
All pictures entered will be Dartmouth and the University of Florida Entomological Conference Rex BY Pilams
judged, ard the best will be select- New Hampshire. He came to the are being made. At a recent meet- Ted Benjamln of Jacksonville
Jed for publication in the year's University of Flor'da this .fall af- ing Dr. Creighton gave a talk on was elected Rex of Pi Laibda Phi
aeminole, O'Neal added. Cartons of ter a short time in advertising il- the history and aims of the so- fraternity at a meeting of the lo-
Chesterfield cigarettes have been lustration, following his release city, and the 'purposes of the cal chapter last Wednesday night.
chosen as the prizes. from the Army. conference. Other n fficers 1leeted bv Delta


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Miami, Marshall.
Retiring Pilam officers are:
Art Rubin of Ft. Pierce, Rex; Ted
Benjamin, Jacksonville, Archon;
Elliot Shienfield, Boston, Scribe;
Wilbur ("Muttie") Margol, Jack-
sonville, Keeper of the Exchequer,
and Sam Berman of Jacksonville.
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N', the bridesmaids was Miss Juanita
- McCard of Jacksorville, Fla.
n A reception at the Officers' Club
y followed the ceremony.
e ; Father Was Official Here
Captain Jones is a Regular Army
- Officer. He is the son of Mr. and
t Mrs. D. Burr Jones, 1036 East Mc-
- Donald St., Lakeland. Florida. His
s! father is a former official of the
- University of Florida where the
u son graduataed in 1943. Captain
Jones was born near Omaha, Neb.,
'in 1921, and attended public
,s :s 'hools i:- Jacksonville Beach. Fla.,
- 'nd Keystone Heights, Fla.. be-
- fore entering the University of
f ]',orida. He joined the Army in
1943, and became a captain in
- Jan. 1946. He served with the 803
SFiield Artillery Battalion in Texas
- and in the Phillipines before land-
- i:g in Japan in October 1945
, v-here he has since served with the
SIX Corps.

Lasarow, Wailis,
Ex-Gators, At
Trade Institute
Two former Florida Students
are now attending the American
Institute for Foreign Trade at
Thunderbird Field, Phoenix, Ari-
zona.
Lasarow And Wallis
The two students are William
J. Lasarow and Woodrow W. Wal-
;s. Lasarow received his bache-
lor of arts degree in 1944. He be-
longed to Phi Beta Kappa, Phi
Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau
Kappa Alpha, and Pi Lambda Phi
social fraternity. Wallis received
his bachelor of arts degree in 1938.
Take Detailed Course
These men are now taking the
Institute's detailed course in the
commerce culture, customs and
languages of the Latin American
nations.

3 Speech Profs.
Attend Meeting
Three members of the Univer-
sity of Florida Speech Department
participated last week in the pro-
gram of the national convention
of ,the Speech Association of Am-
erica held in Chicago.
Dr. Wayne C. Eubank addressed
the convention and Dr. Dallas C.
Dickey and Dr. Lester Hale gave
visual aid demonstrations. They
were members of a six man dele-
gation from the Florida Speech
Department which also included
Professors Roy Tew, H. P. Con-
stans and George Harbold.

New Loan
Contifiued From Page ONE
son leaves the University. A
schedule for repayment is pro-
vided whereby a borrower is al-
lowed a period of three years
after leaving the University to
complete payments.
Thompson Aided U. F.
The Munich Foundation became
interested in the University of
Florida through Jack Thompson,
Miami attorney, and former stu-'l
dent, Dean Beaty said. The dean'
of students added that the $1,-J
GO'9 tendered by the foundation is
perhaps the beginning of contribu-
tions to this loan' fund.


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4 THE FL'95DA ALLIGATOR scholarships in real estate for men "O Peel"
from all sections of Fenda. Orange Leecoed
Geography And (gealogee Leibovit Elected
Another Cdepartmnt that hasA Comments Vaey TEP Chancellor
us.A d. C college P provides attracted wide attention and that EC
So is included in the College of Busi- Reporter Finds
i T i ness Administration is the De- Louis Leibovit was elected
Instruction In T three Fields apartment of Geography and Ge- Studert comment varied as Chancellor of Tau Alpha Chapter
ology. Courses in geography are .The Orange Peel", the campus of Tau Epsilon Phi for the com-
*Jrganized in 1927 to meet the' society from which it is hoped available not only to students in umor magazine made its first ing semester on Wednesday night.
increasing needs of Florida busi- there will emerge business states- EBusiness Administration, but also apearance in four years Ter- ther officers are: Mel Levinson,
to those registered in other schools appearance in four years. Tern- Other officers are: Mel Levinson,
press, then hovering between boom- en, and promote research to those registered in other schools suspended due to wartime Vice Chancellor; Stanley Tate,
ime success and failure, the Col- men, and promote research pro- and colleges. porarily suspended due to wartime cice Chnelor Siney Tate,
e of Business a nd faiure tion ts for the improvement of college conditions, "The Orange Peel" be- Scribe; Gerald Klein, Bursar.
ae of Business Administration jects for the improvmen The College of Business Admin- came available to students last IFC Representative, Sidney
of the University of Florida, has business methods, techniques and istration has also co-operated week. Originally due in November, Dubbin; Historian, Leonard Glass-
arown with the state and Florida policies. through i,ts Department of Geogra- the magazine was delayed by la- er; Warden, Jerry Denker; Execu-
ausiness until today it offers broad The curriculum in Business Ad- phy in resources-use education, of- bor shortages and paper restric- tive Council, Arthur Leibovit, Earl
t-raining in the fundamentals of 'ministration proper includes ac- fering a course looking specifical- tons. Stone, and Henry Gardner.
economics, accounting, real estate, counting, banking and finance, ly to this end and designated as Replies to the question put to
aiurance, geography, and public real estate, 'marketing, transpor- "Utilization of Natural Resourc- random students by the Alligator
administration station, and public utilities, public es." were as follows: Over 2 M million
\Athough the College of Busi- .finance and taxation, economic Economic Leaflets "What do you hirv' of the pres-
ess Administration, headed by geography and foreign trade, la-! Perhaps the greatest contribu- ent issue of "The Orange Peel' ? Now Enro led
O-an Walter J. Matherly, does not bor and personnel management, I tion of ,the College of Business Ad- Arthur Alexopulos, Jacksonville OW
jt,,ress to t-urn out finished busi- and economics and general busi- ministration to the state of Flor- --Freshman: "It's good but I C l
:ess men-managers, executives, ness. ida as a whole is its monthly pub- think it's a little bit off-color. 'We In CoIlegeS
.ep.rtment heads-it supplies its, Six-Year Program location, Economic Leaflets. Avail- Came As Conquerors' was very
iraiduates with professional train- able since 1941, the publication
in fundamentals and specific The College of Business Admin- e since 1941, the publicati good." The year 1946 draws to a close
ls which helps shorten their istration combines with the Uni- goes to all pats of the state ad Jim Turnage, WVest Palm Beach with "well over 2,000,000 young
-pprenticeship and enables them versity College, and the College' nation, c rinon lorida's --Freshman: "Its all right, but I men aid women enrolled in the
n move up faster than men with- f Law in offering a six-year pro- noic role in. the nation are y thought they might have a few ration'a schools of higher learning,
.-IL business ,training. : gram of study to students who de- articles for the publication are stories of a little more length." reported Dr. Raymond Walters,
Broad Training sire ultimately to enter the Col- l itten by staff members of the: Garth Germond, Gainesville- president of the University bf..Cin-
lege of Law, and who wish to Collge orf Business Administra- junior: "The magazine lacks orig- cinnati recently.
or to manage business con- take a degree both in Business tion, as well as by University pro- i:ality.
,,and make money today, 0eco- A rtion at~ L fessors from other colleges. l.t He said his 27th annual survey
o. s emphasize, in oad train- Administration and Law. The College's Bureau of Eco- Bennie Kaner, Sarasota-Sop- o 668 universities for "School and
,a i. necessary. The operations Instruction in Public Admins- nomi Leaflets, has also sponsored cmnore: "Its all right, but it should Society," a weekly educational
nI, business enterprise in recent tration is designed to provide an- considerable research among fac- contain a little more literary ef- publication, showed total enroll-
.r.-> nave become increasingly alysis of basic principles of gov- ulty members and has to its credit fort." ment of 1.718,862 -.I,'..nit' irclud-
npmmex in character. They have ernment with thie purpose of pre- three series of monographs. Robert Lewis, Ft. Pierce-Soph- ,ng 714,477 ,var veterans, on
'eased to be simple and localized; paring students for public service Thirty-Five On Faculty more: "It was all right. Short INov. 1.
:_iey have become intricate and occupations. It does not equip Thirty-five faculty members to- stori's were fair.G" C
i.gnly involved--state-wide, na- students with specific skills, but day comprise ,the staff of the Col- Herbert Stallworth, Gainesville r. Colleges
;.r,-wide, world-wide, they point does thoroughly train them in lege of Business Administration --Law Freshman: "I think that In addition, he added,-reports
Political science, economics, his- which will operate in 1946-47 on a for mature sensibilities' the 'Or- fom othersources showed hnoth-
t'nus, the curriculum of the Cot- tory and other sciences related to budget of $152,080. At present the range Peel was fresh (literally) 350r000, o .. s .u.r I's s .n 1et-
.ye of Business Administration! the complexities of governmental offices and classrooms of the Col- and stimulating. 'We Came as Con- er 350,000, Iin '60 junio co vet-
.. planned to give its students a operation. lege are scattered among three qoerors' was especially interesting leges ans, enrolled thousands "650 junin ev
.ouciation in the principles upon, Real Estate, A New Department or four buildings. The proposed ---there was certainly talent in the leal hundred institutiothousands iot o
li.*,n the economic system func- Newest department in the Col- Class-room-Business Administra- thing." the 'School and Society' list which
on,, forms of business units, lege of Business Administration, tion Building will house the Col- A. C. Quisenberry, Tampa-Jun- would bring the rational total, well
ramifications of production and of i and one of the first of its kind in lege when ,the current building ior: "The articles were not humor- over 2,000,000, of whom slightly
a..rKets, services of transporta- the country, is the Department of program is completed. cus and were badly written. The over half are veterans.
-.oa and' communication, the im-1 Real Estate, established by an act Looking to the future as Flor- whole affair is a poor example
:)o', of taxation, and methods of of the Florida legislature in 1945. ida business and industry forges of a college humor magazine." 57% Incrpase
A" ancing. Students registered in Real Es- ahead and the demands on its: The schools ast month
Instruction In Three Fields tate take preliminary courses in future business executives and statisticians and economic an- The schools surveyea last monthh
instructionn in ,the College falls the regular Business Administra- public officials increase, the Col- alysts. reported 1,331,138 full-time enoll-
'.to three fields: Business Admin- tion curriculum and, as upper- lege of Business Administration The College hopes within the mnents, an increase of 57 percent
-ration, Business Administration classmen, take courses ranging has broad plans to expand its cur- next few years to offer three more over 1939, the last previous peace-
-ombination with Law, and from urban land utilization and riculum. degrees: Master of Business Ad- time year. The 1945 report showed
Public Administration, real estate law to principles and New Statistics Course ministration, Master of Arts with 985,227 enrolled, including 671,-
.ourses in Business Administra- problems of city planning and To the curriculum in Business a major in economics, and Doctor 857 full-time, in 645 schools.
:on are designed to train business property management. Administration proper will be add- of Philosophy, in addition to its The survey showed that men
-aleoers, prepare business exectu- Realtors of the state who have ed a course in Business Statistics, current degree offerings of Bach- nowy outnumber women on cam-
'ives and technicians, develop an heartily endorsed the establish- which, it is hoped, will be ready elor of Science in Business Ad- pusges two to one, in contrast to
u1-merstanding of the complex re- ment of the University's chair of by September, 1947. This would ministration and Bachelor of Sci- the 1945 ratio of three women to
1-tionships between business and real estate, have set up 15 prepare students for careers as ence in Public Administration. each two men..




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terior view of typical hut. Lower center: Ruppert M. Smith, of Jacksonville, Fla.,v
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p'etured above, in the (ator iHutM at the Air Base. I-pper left (: alor ht liefore ciCU-
Y;'ungstown, Ohio. Lower lefi: Kitchen ofl Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. lMeliee. (Cent : E -,-
woriingi oin the eduealion angle. Lower right: Eadroom in lhut of A.ir. and Mr.s. S. 3.


uator-Hut Couples Work-Wonders AtAir Base
By Katherine Duclekvorth dirty just as the Army had left ings out of cardboard, and painted gan'zed their own government and wives -havc a bridge club p.'-h
When school open I last fall and them and in the middle of the over them, and it now takes a passed. laws for the general well other social activities.
living quarters for married stu- room stood.an Army space heater. good second look to tell that the being of the community. The of- Ctizens of "Gator Huts" ha-.e
dents became exhausted, Director "A Few Improvements" walls and ceiling are made of more ficers are mayor, A. J. Barnes,
of Housing H. C. Riker searched The University had made a few expensive material.. They have vice-mayor, Jack Reeves, and four access to the services of the loc a
for additional facilities, and found improvements. A sink, a chest-of- built closets, bulit-in bookcases, commissioners, Leslie Pooley, Bob post office, PX, library, cafeteria,
his only hope in 26 small Army drawers, two small beds and a put up shelves, made attractive I Smith, J. R. Batey and Mrs. Bruce first aid station and gymnasium
barracks, 20 feet by 50 feet, at the couple of chairs had been placed sofas from old Army cots, built Dunham. Among other projects which are operated by the Univc"-
Alachua Army Air Base. in most of the apartments. tables, flower stands and even a the group is now working towards -
Each of these buildings was di- However, the strong desire pos- baby bed out of all kinds of mat- the establishme.-t in the area of a sit, _r of te people living :n
vded into two- three-room apart- sessed by the couples for a place trials found here and there. The laundry, nursery and a branch of the Base.
ments by a thin partition. The y to call home while in school has wives have hung curtains, paii-ted the cooperative grocery. Take Pride In Homes
were very drea thry placeswhit returned these drab places into cozy, qn I covered old furniture to make
couples first moved intowhen The cheerful apartments. The people it look almost new, made drapes Morale Is HighSome of the couples were schc :-
buildings were mere shells and of "Gator Huts" have by their for the open doorways, cleaned Morale of the group is high, and ruled to move into Flavet III wh..-
nothing more. The walls were clever ideas, ability and plenty of and painted the floors, hurg pic- everyone is friendly and coopera- it is finished but many of thelc
made of unpainted sheetrock and hard work urdei difficult condi- tures, and added plants and flow- tive. Almost monthly a party is have turned down their reserv,-
the two-by-fours that formed the tions changed these places into ers here and there to give the sponsored by the .community for tio:s because they like living :n
frame for walls were still showing. livable homes. places a cheertul, homey appear- a general get-together of all the "Gator Huts" and they take great
There was nothing to hide the Husbands Made Ceilings ance. gether to play volley ball, basket- pride in their apartments whi .
rough rafters which supported the Many of the husbands have con- HavC O. n Govenmen't ball and other sports, and the they. have fixed up to be the r te".-
rvof The flonrs were rounh and structed interior-walls a.-d ceil- "Gator Hut couples have or- couples. The men often get to-i porary homes.


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Flori/da 4//gator
.ntlered v.- s'voniid .i mass mail 1.1. i.1r. Janui l :,0, .
1915 at the iost office At Gainesville. Fin., under the
act of Congress of March I, 1879.

Editor-in-Chief ...... Morty Freedman
Managing Editor ....... Walter Crews
Business Manager ...... Edgar 'Davis
EDITORIAL BOARU
"Pen" Gaines, F.xecutive 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.
EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS
George Kowkabany, Asst. News Editor; Ted Shurt-
,eff, Asst. Features Editor; Jordan Bittel, Asst. Snorts.
Editor; Leo Selden, Copy Editor; Al Fox, Proof
Editor; J. Bryan, Rewrite Editor; HanK Garoner Head
cartoonist; Horance flavis, Jr., Fraternity Editor; Jean
Whitmore, Socity Editor; Danny Kohl, Exchange Edi-
tor; Lou Meilsel, Office Manager-; Leo Osherotf, Head
Typist; John S. Brady, Asst. Rewite Editor; Lee Gle-
Ichenhaus, Amusement Editor.
BUSIN15SS STAFF
lKen lUiehrds,sis;sillant Business Manaiger; Albert
Oarlton.ndvertlising Manager; Walter Martin, Col-
leceton Maniager; George Gillespie, Bookkeeper;
John Bonner, CirTul tion Manager; ChilrHle 1lidridge.
Joe Jenkings, Earl Pearson, John Rend, .John Hall,
Chick Calvi. Bill Archer, Solicitors.

The Fire Hazard

Fires throughout the nation during the
last several years have brought horrible
death, untold agony and life-time scars to
hundreds of Americans.
The recent Winecoff Hotel disaster in
Atlanta brought home to people in the
South particularly, tile horrors wrought
by fires-fires which, in many cases could
easily have been avoided by greater con-
trol of existing fire hazards. ,
With the great inc-'c-ase in the Univer-
sity's student body, the erection of many
temporary buildings on campus has been
necessary. These buildings, together with
such older buildings as Language and
Peabody Halls, present untold hazards if
precautions are not taken in those
buildings.
Students, )r .. own welfare, should
abide by the Boa.., Control "No Smok-
ing" regulations while inside these build-
ings.

Justices Turn Author

Elsewhere in this issue of the ALLI-
GATOR there appears the first install-
ment of a serial story in three parts en-
titled "The Hard Way," and written by
Chancellor Herb Stallworth and members
of the University's Honor Court.
Deeply feeling the slump which honor
and the Honor System has experienced
on this campus, Stallworth and the mem-
bers of his court, on their own- initiative
wrote "The Hard Way" and submitted
it for ALLIGATOR publication, believing
it imperative that Florida men once again
become cognizant of what the honor sys-
tem stands for. The series is timed to
end just before final exams begin.
The ALLIGATOR deems it a privilege
to print the story, which we find sing-
ularly interesting and true to life. Fur-
ther, we believe that commendation is
due Chancellor Stallworth who has labor-
ed unceasingly to impress Florida stu-
dents w ith "Florida Most Cherished Tra-
dition--The Honor System," and to Clerk
Joe Melvin and members of the lHon-
or Court who have assisted Chancellor
Stallworth in this undertaking.

Down In The Dumps...

Who is paid better in your home town,
teachers or the garbage collectors?
There are communities in which garbage
collectors receive higher salaries than
school teachers. If this is true in your
town, you surely cannot be satisfied with
the situation.
Education is thought by too many to
be only a preliminary to earning a living.
It is much more than that. In this age
of amss pressures, democracy cannot
survive unless its citizens 'are trained in
the analytical method, cultural standards
and knowledge of the world. Only then
can the citizen resist the evils of propa-
ganda and organized self-interest.
Oklahomans did much to further the
cause of better education by adopting
four constitutional amendments concern-
ing schools. This is a step in -the right
direction, but only with continued striv-
ing can the citizens get Oklahoma's and
the entire nation's educational standards
. out of the dumps.-(Reprinted from the
Oklahoma Daily).


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BY LES GLEICHENHAUS
We will open this column this week by tossing
a few orchids to Bill Duggan, manager of.the
State Theater, for giving us the finest evening's
entertainment since Papa Dionne went beserk one
cold evening more than a decade ago. We are re-
ferring to the excellent dible feature presented
last week- "The Wedding Night," with Gary Coop-
er, an oldie but a goldie. The other gem was
"Madonna of the Seven Moons," featuring Phyllis
Calvert and Stewart Granger. The latter started
off with a bang-and maintained a terrific pace
throughout. We hope that this is an indication
of the fine type of pictures the State is planning
, to bring to Gatorville in the future. The above
'just proves-that S(x is more popular in a long run
than Smiley Burnett.
GARY COOPER-C-2 1/2 Professor: Our boy
G. Cooper arrives tht s sunday at the Florida in
his newest screen portrayal-as Alvah Jesper,
professor at a small Eastern University. His
entire life ha neen spent in a mild-mannered
pursuit of knowledge. When circumstances
arise which, overnight, project him into a mael-
strom of risk, danger,-and sudden death.
Jesper -reacts in a manner which speaks well
for a man of deep courage and true valor, both of
which traits were necessarily obscured for many
years by the daily details of his even-tempered
existence. All in all, this pic is excellent in all
aspects--certainly not a bust-and, while we're
on the subject of busts, L'lli Palmer, makes her
debut in "Cloak and Dagger," but after seeing the
voluptuous Lilli we have renamed :he pie "Sweat-
er and Dagger."
GUTS, PUNCH AND HEMINGWAY: Adapt-
ed(1 from Ernest H leminway's elass-. "lThe Kill-
ers," has been made into a brilliant piece of
screen story telling. The melodrama, which
opened yesterday at) the Florida, is unfolded
w th tremendous suspense, and the various steps
leading to the climax are sharp and clear and
maintain a terrific tension.
The much-hailed discovery, Burt Lancaster, lives
up to his advance notices. He is nothing less than
sensational in the role of Swede, ex-boxer who
falls into criminal ways over a gal and who wel-
comes with resignation his rubbing out by pro
gunmen. And Busting out with all sorts of energy
is the tall and svelte Ava Gardner, which only
goes to prove that Mickey Rooney must have been
crazy to toss the latter off his chaise lounge!
CRUISING THE CAMPUS: Don't.know why
Editor Jack Doherty apologized for the "Peel"-it
was damngood Paper Moon Swing tomorrow
night at the American Legion Hall sponsored by
the Veterettes for charity-you'll have loads of
fun Junior Inter-Fraternity Council will re-
sume operation after four years of inactivity .
The cafeteria will soon start serving snacks be-
tween the hours of 8 p.m. and onwards.
It is rumored that the University Variety
Show has written for permission to set to music
the book of "Barefoot Boy With Cheek"-it
should prove hilarious-this 'book is one of the
funniest and wittiest satires on college life .
Cloude Murphree in concert this Sunmday at 4 in
the University Auditorium .. An old pic worth
seeing again this Tuesday at the Florida-"No
Time for Comedy," with James Stewart We
close the's week's column with the following piece
of C-41: A bargain is a good buy-a good bye
is a farewell-a farewell is to part-to part is
to leave-my girl friend left me without a good-
bye--she was no bargain anyway.. ...


Letters To The Editor


Lauds Pepper In

Bilbo Ousting

Mr. Morty Freedman,
Editor, The Alligator,
Florida Union, U. of F.
Dear Mr. Freedman,
It's interesting to note that the
South is approaching an important
crisis.
Now that the drive to oust Sen.
Bilbo has intensified, it will be
catastrophic for the Democratic
South to defend him, merely be-
cause he is one of them.
It appears that the "Southern
Democrats," with the exception of
our esteemed Sen. Pepper, are lin-
ing up to fight this ousting move-
ment. The party cannot allow it-
self to defend Bilbo, and thus de-
fend the bigotry ard Fascism he
sinqnds for. Any action of this sort
will absolutely ruin their dying
cl.ances in the '48 Presidential
campaign. It will also finally ani
conclusively indicate to the rest
of the nation, that the South. in
reality, is represented by men of
Bilbo's sort.
At the recent AVC diner, held
in honc of Sen. Pepper's visit
here. Dr. Carlton of the Political
Sc. Dept. expressed the opinion
that Southern Congressmen are
a "dime a dozen." Knowing the
Di.'s political position, th's.is rot
surprising, but when Sen. Pepper
agreed,with him, it was an indica-
tion that the time to charge that
idea is at hand.
As a naturalized Soutnerner (I
was born in the North), I hope
that our people will do something
about this wrong idea in a hurry.
We can't let America think we re
behind Bilbo and the like, by de-
fending him in this struggle. I
thirk we, at the University, should
declare ourselves, using the Alli-
gator as our voice, firmly behind
the oust- Bilbo drive, and do as
much to support it as possible.
Sincerely,
Herbert D. Kimmel


Charges "Peel"

With Partiality
Morty Freedman, '
Tditoo The A io-Ltar


a beginning toward campus-wide
selected candidates, ard it wasn't
; total success because it was
only a beginning. If the publica-
tions of the's University do,,'t re-
port the political scene without
continually discrediting the par-
ties, our milaiy interested stu-
dent body will become totally pas-
a ve on the subject of who runs
our University student govern-
1ient.
Comments' are all right for the
Editors, but when it comes to
.:ews--give us good unbiased re-
porting.
Ed Grafton
EDITOR'S NOTE: This editor,
in an editorial, made the same
observations concerning the au.-
thenticity of the Dixie Party's
Fall election '"primary" as were
ina..e in the Orange Peel. There
was much evidence, to support
the charges. Dixie: Party' chief-
-tains charged this .editor with
"bilas" before' the Board of Stu-
dalen Publications but .could not
produce a shred of evidence to
that effect, or refuting: the
charges made concerning the
primaryy." Fact is fact,. whether
pleasant or unpleasant..

Suggests "Piping"

Of Frolics Music

Morty Freedman
El'tor. Alligato"
Dear Morty,
It ir something thac won't need
too much thought for a while but
I have a suggestion for the Spring
Frolics. You night pass this on
to those wno would handle the de-
tails.
WKUF ias the equipment, I
think, F: Lat we could have-one
dance at the Air Base and ore in
the Campus Gym and pipe the
music from one place to the other.
It should double the capacity. The
non-frat dance Friday in the Cam-
pus Gym could have the band in
person with frats out at the 'Air
Base with the music'piped in. The
frat dance Saturday, at the Air
Ease would have the band in per-
son and pipe it to the Campus
Gym for the non-frat. Just -n ide-.
but it could be done. It might o"".
the size i r. ".the-
HSinee le l. .eel ';
1H <\',,t -n Fllli.:! :


We have to start somewhere. On -
one of the last pages of the Or- ,.
aige Peel, the staff of that pub- EldridgeTo Talk
hlication admit that the Orange
Peel is not what it should be, and Before IRC;
their justification of this state- IS
ment is that they are just begin- Elcti s I
nirg. Yet the staff. of the Orange Elections Slated
Peel does not feel that the Dixie
Party deserves this justice. I re- The -International .Relations
fer to the article in the recent is- Club will hold -election of officers
sue of the Orange Peel, "The Fall Hi their last regular meeting of
Elections." the .semester Monday 'night, Al
This one-sided story is quick to Sheehai., president, announced
criticize the attempt of the Dixie iast night
Party to hold an open nomination. Professor John G. Eldridge will
They quote Gator Party men as speak on International Economic
saying that the Dixie Party can- Problems at the meeting 'to be
didates were railroaded and that held at 7:30 in the Florida Union.
the meeting which was to repre- Prof sor Eldridge is well-known
sent the Freshman Class did not on the campus as an entertaining
have enough representatives, and irfori-iative speaker and all
The Dixie 'Party primary was members are urged to attend.



IAll Over The Place .

With Elliot Shienfeld
Have you ever traveled on a New York City subway?
You have never lived if you haven't. In fact, if you have.
and still lived you are to be indeed respected. I speak. not
of the calm subways of off-hour traffic. I refer.to the
venemous man-eating, two-headed
(B.M.T. and'I.R.T.) dragon that.
isBthe subwaynd I.R.T.of rush agrours that polished as you enter any of these
This monster has a million trains. As. you and several
mouths placed unassumingly thousand others ty. to enter the
about the city. An innocent car the doors are opened and
shut rapidly, thus acting'as a
Cracker may enter one of these
caverns and not realize his meat chopper. By the time you
Crackers may enter one of these are i the car your entire pi'ofie
caverns an:l not realize his can be highly lipened to corru-
plight; he is being ingested by a gated cardboard.
monster. Once in the car you are suffi-
After you pass through the ciently jostled, shaken and shoved
mouth of a turnstile Adam's apple so that you erode, further'bteak-
records your entrance, directs you ing you down for food ...As soon
through a stairway esophagus and as you and the others become a
thence to the stomach chamber, formless semi-fluid. mass, this
In the stomach you mingle with mass is ready for expulsion:from
the other swallowed souls ready the body. 'This is usually accom-
for the process of digestion. A polishedd by regurgitation through
vessel of the circulatory system one of the many mouths of the
soon passes. This vessel is a train monster. ..
marked either A B D F or TS. It I say regurgitation is usually
matters little which train is taken, the case, as in the breakdown
as none:reach the point of des'red you have lost 'all individual
destination. characteristics, are- a part of
As the mouth has masticated the mass fluid and art juistnot
none of the food, the breaking woth.. Well, I thiiik you get-;
domwn of dragon food is accom th'general idea..- ,. .-















By Barbara Wickham
3,020 REGISTER. T he first
count shows that 3,020 students,
including approximately ou
males, have registered for the
Winter quarter which we have
just begun here in Tally. Classes
started Saturday and the quarter
ends on March 20th.
"THE VARMINT'S" a recently
l,ubl shed rovel highly praised by
the critics, was written by a for-
rmer Tally lassie .('41-'42), Miss
Feggy Bennet. It's her first novel.
OPENS tonight in Tally. The
co-eds (FSC boys) are pli,"'ng
their first scheduled game. They_
will play-a .cini-pru team trom
Greenville, Fla., at the Dale Ma-
bry Gym; The Lions of Leon will
play at -the Armory against
Lake 'City's Tigers. If you are
headed this way -you may care
to take in a bit of basketball, -or
if it's music ',on want read on ..
'A RECITAL will be given to-
right at'8:15 in the \Vestc6tt-Au-
f itor:um *by William F! e--..-r, i':-
';riit, Ard Peter Cook, pianist7The
music of Beethoven, Bach, and-
:, i',.rt ', Ill be featured.
F'H- FE.'.ST OF LIGHTS-'pag-
eant or The Annual Epiphany was
given Monday night by the stu-
Vents of, Ruge Hall, Episcopal
Center. The Feast of Light pag-
eant depicts the way in which the
iTght of Christ has been handed
down through the ages.
THE SCHOOL SITUATION
seems to be in for improvement.
Here in Tally a state-wide cam-
paign has been started- to stlinmu-
late John Public's interest for the
betterment of schools in Florida.
At FSC we are getting a new dem-
onstration school which will cost
an estimated $1,8000,000. And
down in Orlando, the, State Boafd
of Control will meet tomorrow. Up
for discussion, will be the subject-
ol equalization of the pay that
your teachers receive and the pay
that ours get. Also, to be corsid-
ered-faculty salary increases..



Art Exhibition



Held In Union
An exhibition of 28 original cov-
ers, and illustrations from The Sat-
urday VEvening Post showing some
of the best-liked pictorial charac-
ters by contemporary American
artists, opened at the University
*this week.
Shown Until Jan. 14 ..
William T.. Arnett, Director of
the School of Architecture and Al-
l:ed Arts announced that the col-
lection of paintings will be exhib--
ited through Jan. 14 in the Bryan-
Lounge of the Florida Union.
The exhibition, which is current-
ly on a tour of the United States
and Canada, was assembled by.
The Curtis Publishing Company in
response to many requests from
universities, art schools, art-
groups and art institutes.
Kenneth Stuart, art editor, of
The Saturday Evening Post, selec-
ted the paintings as representa-
ttve of good examples of the art
of illustration. The works of 24
well-known American illustrators
are in the exhibition.
Noted Illustrators
They're John Atherton, James
fi. Bingham, Austin Bridges, Mel-
bourre Brindle, Stevan Dohanos,
.i',bi't Dorne, Douglas Crockwell,
Fi.-.,.i M. 'Davis, Gilbert Bundy,
J,.l,, Falter, Robert Fawcett, Glen
,,Fleischm(,nn, Glenn Grohe, George
iHughes,: Fred Ludekins, Al .Paflrk'-
cr, .Norman Rockwell, Mefn-
",h'-fne'i Ainos Sewell, Albert-
't'.bl'le. Ben S1ahl, Harold Vb6ri
,:hr,.nn:iL anr:i Coby Whitmore.
Editors Here "
Two members of the Saturday
:Evining Post staff, Mr. Kenneth
Stiuart,' art editor, and Mr. Dorn
Brennan, o'f the art departriitment
will arrive from Philadelphia and
be presented at an informal re-
ception in Bryon Lounge at 8 p.m.
Sunday. The public is cordially in-
vited;

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The Florida Alligator, Monday.
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By "Billy" Matthews

Florida Union Director -

The College Union idea began inll England wiml- th,
formation of the Cambridge Union in 1835, and s:.' tha
time has spread over the globe. In the United States their .
-- -- --- are approximately 150 College Unfon Buildings, and their
--. are about 50 in the process of .
building or in the planning stage. W"Vauburig, which will be formnali-
Throughout the decades, various opened Feb. 1.
evolutions have taken place in the The Union, as other department--
College Union idea. There have of the University, greatly neec,.
Ct r,,, i ii ui.,, Inc i h AN. c I been successive stages of the de- expanded facilities. There hav-
C r, ir. 19 N. Michnai AnAvenue. Chica goI1,I. beating society idea, to an exclusive: been approxin-ately 250,000 unir
I equipped with radar to spot u-olves" club membership society, to a dem- of participation in the program (
ocratic association of all students the Union during this first seme-
on the campus, and finally to the ter of the current school yea.
idea of a campus recreation cen- over twice as much as in any ,
ter, with expansive facilities fo r s h a n
T h e H ard W ay students, and more limited facil- war year desite the fa t C '
ities for faculty members. There have less facilities.
is no clear line of demarcation be-1 For example, : nee the :
(PART ONE) tween any two stages, and there is hall is being us< d hy the : 1
(EDITO'R'.S NOTE: While the following article, which is the much overlapping of stages. ria for necessary foor c s<
firstuin a series of three, is a departure from the usual ALLIGATOR There are no two College Unions there is no place for sim;il ;.-.
material in that it, is fiction, we believe that the article is per- in the country which are alike be-. or large bridge touinamei..s
.tinent because of its similarity to an actual situation. The series cause there are no two colleges large smokers. A good I
wyas written by Honor Court Chancellor Herb Stallworth and which are similar, and the Union program here at Florida ....
members of the Honor Court.) reflects the customs and tradi-I not only include the constant sern
tions of the campus to which it I ices which are rendered to stude -
By The Honor Court belongs. For example, at Florida clubs, student government off.,
-Bill Cheatisway and Joe Smartiepants were' both new we have a strong tradition of stu- cials, and to the general Unive:
in-the University of Florida. Bill was a veteran (fortuTn- dent government, the effectiveness sity community, but entertain
Si f of which has been so outstanding ment and recreation which are ii
ately Bill is not -representive of most of the veterans o11 that the President of our Univer- digenous to the Union tfeld. Whe.
our campus), and had for some years been away from sity has encouraged its continu- classes are moved from the incon.
his home and family. He was a non-frat man and didn'tI ance, and has always tried to plete wing and extra facilities ai-
particiipate in student affairs to any extent; in fact, he strengthen it. At Florida we have added to the present Union, tl.
wasn't interested in such petty a great opportunity as students current program will be expandc,
things as student government to get that actuau experience in' There are certain activities iu
bincgations, cr anything like and his friend, 1Bll, wished they'd democratic government which the Florida Union Building whic-
that. He wa, he said, here for never seen each other before the should better prepare us for the are not under the management <
only one thing: A i degree that semester was over. responsibilities of state and na- the Union board of managers sue<
would give him the privilege of a It was during the finals and the tional government, as the University soda. fountain
good salary. exam was in C-6. As you know.' The students here at Florida are the publicity department of tr
Bill was somewhat twisted in C-6 wasn't designed for loafers the bosses of the Florida Union. University, the Institute of Inte
Bl was somewhat twisted n and Bill and Joe found themselves Several years ago they voted to American Affairs and the Alumn
his thinking, too. He didn't be- in a dilemma. Neither of them set aside $2 of each student activ- Association.
1Teve, for instance, that honor was know the course, so they decided ity fee each semester for the oper- In the incomplete wing there a.
important. If he wanted an apple to go into partnership and get a ation of the Union. The Union classrooms, the University Pres,
-hen he passed an apple box and passing grade. The Bible says "di- Board of Managers, a majority of and the University Bookstor
didn't have a nickel in change, he vide," you know, and after all "a whom are students, prepare the When the University las complex .
would just lift one and forget friend in need is a friend indeed." budget of the Union, and supervise ed extra buildings to house variola,
d been loafing th o much (an's ho Everything was above board for all expenditures. The Executive facilities the whole problem .
bHad been loafing too much (as he about two-thirds of the exam. Council of the student body must what activities belong in th:
had in his first semester) herro Then our friends began to shyly approve the budget, before it final- Union should be thoroughly inva-
would just light-tle baredl borrow glance around and after deducing ly goes to the University adminis- tigated.
a--someonfew little black squares off that no one was spying on them, tration for further action. I know The author reels that multi-la:.
soiwhateone else's exaotm paperin this they proceeded to exchange their of no other Union in the country eral responsibility on the part (
Swhat fall got him in trouble, answer sheets. Alas and. alack, where the students have the re- many administrative .officers
Bill wasn't all bad; comhe had sitting just behind these two ar- sponsibility of actual control to the Union is undesirable. T-.
ned to be a thrgood comrade twists was a punk kid of 1-7, just the extent that they have control Union should be regarded'as a per
any, he would go through hell graduated f r o m Whollihopper of the Florida Union. sonality with a definite program.
androub high regardless of ho buddy in High over in West Florida. Having The most popular method of of service to perform to the stu
trouble regardless oht n factf who was in taken the oath of Student Citizen- financing the operation of College dents and to the University con.
loheright. In fact, if a buddy had ship during orientation week, and Unions is by student fees plus the munity. The responsibility fc.

thing about Bill would go out of having learned that student free-, revenues of such services as din- such a service should be invested
hing about, Billthenswould go out of do depends upon student respon- ing rooms, soda fountains, game in single management--in this ir
pal dtoring the exam. Of course sibility, this .boy saw that what rooms and hotel rooms. Fees are stance, in the Florida Union Boai
Bill didn'tfeelthaanything was was going Just didn't jive with generally $5 or more per semester of Managers.
wrong wthe this;after at ll, doesn't what he had heard about Florida's for each student. It is more ex- -- ..- -
the end justify the meansll, doesn't Most Cherished Tradition. pensive to operate a Union than
rBill had goneto service school Thekid anedforrd adin another campus building, Hansen To Attend
nervous, whispered words said, because of the tremendous use
where a fellow didn't get his "You guys are breaking the code which the building receives. The ASCE M
stripes if he didn't pass, and that you swore to support."M meeting Florida Union is open from 70
school hat was somenor system,"chool It isoo. The two artists didn't respond to a.m. until 11 p.m. daily. In other
Boy, that was some school! It Bil the warning, but kept on with words, for 15 1-2 hours each day Professor Howard J. Hansen ,
understood, of course, that Bill their cheating. It was this that the building must be kept clean the Civil Engineering Departmen
just happened to get into one prompted the kid to take their for the thousands of student wvhc of the University of Florida wi
the few service schools wheretihe seat numbers ,for he didn't know use it for various purposes, attend the annual meeting of ti-
fellows had the habit of cheatin.- the names of the cheaters) and American Society of Civil Eng
their way through. turn them over to the chancellor The Illim Union, at the 1iniver- neers in New York City, Januar.-
Well, a lot of these s, r'ewy ideas of the Honor Court by placing a sity of Illinois, which I have re- 15-17, Dean Joseph Well of tin
caihe to the campus of the Un.ver- memo, with his name and address gently visited, receives approxi- College of Engineering said today.
sity o of Florida with Bill. The attached, at the Florida Union imately $150,000 from student fees Professor Hansen is chairma-i
University of Florida had an hon- desk. for the regular school year, and in of the Committee on Timb.
or system, one run by students, -- addition gets the revenues from Structures for the national -...
with no proctors! Boy, what a Next Week: The expressions on the tea. rooms, billiard rooms, city.
setup! Bill could just see himself the faces of Bill and Joe when pre- bowling alley, hotel rooms, soda
graduating and setting up in an sented with a written summons to shop, and cafeteria which are lo-
office with a long cigar in his appear before the Honor Court for cated in the Union. The money s Greet Sa a
teeth, raking in the dough' with trial. received is not too much, and is Kids Greet Sa t a
that spurious sheepskin. spent wisely in the proper mainte- A X P
Now Joe Smartiepants, a friend nance of the building, and in an t maS r aty
of Bill's, was j1ust, the other type. .p O expanded Union program of social
He was 16. and not too bright. He urp ree Organ recreation. The Illini Union has More than 100 children anmi
was a gullible, impressionable R two painters on the staff who their parents were guests of ,;i:
hap from Wapperhopper, Fla. Joe Rectals Contnue spend all of their time refurbish- University of Florida during tl.,
had pledged Phi Di when he first ing the spacious and beautiful holidays at a gala Christmas pa:
came to our campus. Continuing his Sunday afternoon building.- ty held in Florida Union for ve -
-.Bill had long since told Joe all organ recitals, Claude L. Mur- The Florida Union owes no mon- eran students and their familie-
about his service experiences and phree, University organist, 'will ey. In this fact, we are more for- Santa Claus distributed gift:,
tmo he had learned the .art of present a program devoted to tunate than many other Unions. and ice cream and candy to th.
seeking out the path of least re- modern French composers Sunday Some have financed their build young guests and a program .
-stance. Joe was really impressed at 4 p.m. ifi the University Audit- ings by loans, and the Illini Union bridge, informal games and dan .
by this big example and his young orium which I have previously cited, has ing was planned for the student-
,heart beat almost out of its cas- Featured will be the complete an outstanding loan of over $500,- and their wives.
ing whenever he was within a c'ty Symphony Number 6 in G Minor 000. Under the leadership" of Pres-
block of Bill. Our young friend by Widor, who was organist for ident Tigert, the Florida Union
just couldn't resist the theories 60 years in the great church of St. was dedicated at Homecoming in VA Notice
Bill expounded. Joe especially Sulpice. 1936, without a cent of indebted-
liked the one about suckers being Other works listed are "Caprice ness During the war years, the
the only guys who play a straight and Romance," Bonnet; "Can- exterior of a vast new wing has All students who have not
game, and another about .people zone," Loret; "Scherzo," Corn- been completed, and this addition received their subsistence check-
,r.n,, cheat do the right thing be- rnette;. "Andantino," Tournemire; is also free of debt. are urged to report to VA rep.
v.au' they are doing what they "Allegretto,' Vierne; "Thou Art The Florida Union program resentahe st Lounge of Florida-
want to. do. the Rock," Mulet. reaches out to the air base, where n the West Lounge of Florda.
The future helid.quite a few sur- .. All students and friends are in- a soda fountain and recreation Union.
prices in store for young Joe...He yiited to attend, room are operated, and to Camp






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Ag Fraternity Reactivated
Dr. Sigismond deR. Diettrich,
Featuring- a banquet at hte Primrose Grill and initiation of new chairman of the Division of Ge-
Imembers at the P. K. Yonge laboratory school, Florida Epesilon ography and Geology at the Uni-
chapter of Alpha Tau Alpha, national honorary scholastic Agcul- verslty, presented a paper on
tural Education fraternity was reactivated last night after having ;'Regional Resources Appraisal
been idle durin- the war years, ----and Planning in the Southeast" at
e -i d the national convention of the
With Harry S. Carl.ton of Plant rence of Bowling Green; George American Society for Professional
City, President of the chapter the S. Stone of Atmore, Alabama; Geographers last week at Colum-
last year of its activeness and now Haven bus, Ohio.
a senior in the College of Agri- Jack Thompson of Winter Haven bus, Ohio.
culture acting as master of cere- and Warren K. Trotter of Largo. Professor Wi Dlliam H. Piersond the
monies the banquet go~t under way accompanied Dr. Diettrich and the
monies the banquet got under way two Florida men also attended na-,
at 7 p.m. .haot i tional meetings of the National,
Dr. E. WV. Garris, head of the State CIC~, a Department of Agricultural Edu- and the American Association of
cation of the Univ. of Florida Holders To M eet Geographers.
gave a, short history of the frater- a Dr. Diettrich presented and dis-
nity stressing .the fact that it was O Tuesday N ght cussed the Florida plan of organ-
designed to aid in the develop- ization during a Council work-
ment of teachers of vocational shop on "The place of geography
agriculture through the teacher State scholarship holders at the in the curriculum.
training program, to develop University of Florida have oeen
teachers to become leaders in ru- asked to attend a special meeting Tedder Ch sen
ral communities and to foster a T der chosen ,
spirit of professional pride in the to Florida Unirn Auditorium on
teaching of vocational agriculture Tuesday, January 14, 7:45 p.m.,
in the high schools of the nation, according to an announcement
Candidates Cross-Examined from the office of the Dean of The Florida Chapter of Phi Del-
After short talks by Mr. Dansby 2 oi-ege o uta Theta elected officers for the
and Mr. Wheeler, veterans of 25 Discuss Summer Use second semester W edn e s da y
years teaching Vocational Agri- Among topics to be discussed night in chapter meeting.
culture, the meeting was adjourn- will .be use of the scholarships for New officers are:
ed to P. K. Yonge laboratory the summer session and for the George Tedder, president; quick
school. There the candidates. for academic year 1947-48. i Crago. reporter; Milo Smith, .sec-
admission to the fraternity were Dean G. Ballard Simmons, mem- retary; Dick Chazal, treasurer; Ed
subjected to cross examination by ber of the State Scholarship Comn- Hardman, warden; Wendell Leim-
the old members to determine mittee, will discuss scholarship 'ack. house manager; Victor Lea-
their eligibility for membership, matters and answer questions on vengood, Interfraternity Confer-
After a conference all candi- scholarship. Seventy-nine men ence representative; and Andy
dates were passed upon favorably and two women students at the Bracken, preceptor.
and a formal initiation ceremony University of Florida hold state Retiring president is Wilbur
was held and the following men scholarships. Bell.
were accepted into the brother- Vacancies
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ville; David Y. Coverston of Bush- timate made in the office of the
nell; Kenneth M. Eaddy of Bush- Dean of the College of Education,
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Joseph O0. Ellis of Alachua; Tho- Senatorial, four; House of Rep-
mas Hagood of Crestview; Warre.n resentatives, 54 and Lewis, 89. -.
Harrell of Lakeland; Kenneth L. The examination to fill vacancies '
Jones of Laurel Hill; C. M. Law- will be held in April. ..
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Anderson New

LCA President
The Lambda Chi Alpha Frater-
nity recently elected the follow-
ing new officers to serve for the
coming term: Boyd Anderson,
High Alpha; Jim Fachette, High
Beta; Bill Archer, High Gamma;
Bill Gunlach, High Tau; Joe How-
ard, High Phi; Ray Miller, High
Epsilon; Solon Elmaker and Hen-
ry Wisencerger, House Managers.







WSSF Drive To Begin On

Feb. 10 Says Dick Smith
Dick Smith, chairman of the local World Student Service Fund
committee, announced this week that the W. S. S. F. drive will
run from the tenth to the twenty-fourth of February.' Although he
did not announce a goal for the campaign, he state that all contribu-
tions, large and small, would be
widely publicized. A B
Fund for Student Aid
Funds received from the drive in
this as from similar drives con- m
ducted in the colleges and univer-
sities throughout 14 other coun- MLA Ii y
tries as well as the United States VsflfflM o
ence to race, nationality, religion
or politics to help restore students The Florida State ".. 1 of
to health, to self-assurance, and Pharmacy will hold its semi-annu-
to their long-interrupted studies. al examinations in the Sc.hool of
Aided Finn Students Pharmacy here 3..ii. .,. Jan. 13,
The following are a few of the through Wedresday, Jan._15.
many projects for which the W. S. Candidates Must ileport
S. F. funds are spent: Candidates for the vy1'itten ex-
In Finland the National Union aminations are requested to re-
of Students, assisted by the World port to Room 402, .Chemistry-
Student Relief, directs employ- Pharmacy Building at -9:30 a.m.
ment agency work programs, Applicants for registration by re-
health service and hostels for stu- ciprocity are advised to report to
dents. In Greece the International Room 306 in the same building at


Guest Speaker


RABBI LAZARON

Flavet 3
Continued Frum Page ONE


THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR 9


Rabbi Lazaron Slated As


SSpeaker For Graduation
Rabbi Morris S. Lazaron, noted lecturer, author, and
chaplain, will address the University's mid-year gradua-
;ion class at exercises scheduled here February 8, it was
announced here recently.
'One hundred and twenty-four, --
studen,ts will be candidates for de- England and Ireland, returning to
agrees, including 101 bachelors, 22 report on his observations and stu-
masters, and one Ph. D. President dies.
John J. Tigert will preside at the Former Major
graduation ceremony and present A major in the chaplain corps
the degrees. of the 'Officers Reserve of the U.
Rabbi Since 1915 S. Army, Dr. Lazaron is a mem-
Dr. Lazaron, rabbi since 1915 of bher of the Board of Directors of
Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, the American Merchant Marine
oldest congregation in Maryland Library Association; Board of Di-
and one of ,the oldest in the coun- rectors of the American Jewish
try, was one of four officiating' Joint Distribution Committee;
chaplains at the ceremony of the Board of Directors of the League
!burial of the Unknown Soldier at of Nations Association: ,Order of
E1Arlington Memorial Cemetery fol- Scottish Rite Masons; and is ex-
lovill- flip c',.f Uxr^,1ri WT.,- 'i vice-chairman o o th Ueni-


Student Reading Room is stocked 5:00 a.m. pany had already spent, or made; ted Nations AssociaQtion of Mary-
with recent books given by Ameri- Written examinations will be commlittments for, over 80 percent Several years ag- Dr. Lazaron, land
can and Swiss students-, given in pharmacy, ,,, med- of the allocated funds. For th accompanied by a Catholic priest
Text Books Provided ica, chemistry, and pharmaceuti- i reason, work on the units ceaed and a Protestant minister, made Author Of Several Books
Text books are provided for the cal arithmetic. All card.i.dates will suddenly last week. a speak ing tour of 35 states un- He is also author of a number
poorest students; 1,700 students be required to take a pfictical ex- FPHA Grants Funds dor the auspices of the National of books on or pertaining ,to re-
eat daily in student canteen of amination in the actual.ompound- The conference held in Atlanta IConferenc9e on 9 Christianes aof th Jews. ligion in the world toganiersay and is
UNRRA directed by WSR officers. ing of prescriptions. Wednesday was for the purpose of In 1941 uno r auspices of the one of the organizers of the Amer-
Scientific journals, books and ra- Board Member Listed determining the status of work same organization, he flew to ican Council for Judaism, Inc.
dio are supplied to students in stu- Members of the Board of Phar- thus far completed- and the
dent pavilion of the Sotiria Sana- macy are: President, J. K. Att- 1 amount of funds and materials A
torium. wood, Jacksonville; -Vice-resi- I needed by contractors for comple- W
dent, C. G. Hamilton, Pompano; tion of units. It was at this co l e A additional e mbers
A Secretary-Treasurei, R.-Q. Rich- ference that the FPHA granted
W A Certification yards, Ft. Myers; G. I. Martin, Tal- funds for the copletionof all T Fa
M lahassee; and Don Evians, of Or- units which are presently 85 per-dFac ly
an ere@ Od3ay lando. cent or more complete. This fig-i Appointment of 12 additional faculty members to the instructional
SAre makes it possible for 296 of staff of the University of Florida was announced today by Dr. John
AV e Shor Or ethe 448 contemplated units to be j. Tigert with Board of Control approval of the University complete
Says AYC Head Short Order finished, plans for the enrollment of 7,500
A traveling certification officer Continued Fromi-age ONE Will Try Other Sources students for the Spring session,.
for veterans interested in the pur- It is estimated by FPHA offi- Sydn ey College; Svent T. Gorm-
wider Five of the new appointees will
chase of government surplus prop- a wider variety of breakfasts ob- cials that it would cost $250,000e ne sen, instructor in mathematics,
erty will be available for contact tainable in the banquet hall than to complete the 152 units which join ,the College of Engineering formerly taught at Syracuse Uni-
today, announced Lt. C. R. Gil- in the cafeteria. are less than 85 percent complete, staff three, the College of Arts versity; and Dr. Seymour S. Gil-
bert, of the War Assets Adminis- "Short Order" Suppers, and which the federal government and Sciences, and two the Mill- bert, part-time instructor in chem.
tration, in a letter to Royal Stults, "It is hoped that -- tn- second will not complete. "The Univer- tary Department, while the staffs istry, formerly taught at Rutgers,
chairman of the local chapter of semester we will be aibe to open sity will try to get funds for the of the Colleges of Business Ad- Military Department-Captain
the American Veterans Commit- the banquet hall from 8:(T0 to 12:00 completion of thees units from ministration, an d Agriculture, Harry R. Jackson, assistant pro-
tee. pm. for short order'suppers," other than federal sources," each gain one instructor. fessor military science and tac-
Available Today Long said. "In that way we feel Baughman promised. New Appointments tics, four years U. S. Army; and
This officer will be at the dis- that we can take care of t-e ir. He said that if funds can be se- The new appointments include: Captain Harold A. Wicklund, as-
Thiosal office those veter will at the dis- may creased enrollment :'.. .1.-r,.i in cured for the completion of the 152 College of Engineering-Gordon sistant professor military science
be contacted at the office of the February, as this will -link t h e units, work on those units will be S. Mobley, Jr., assistant professor, and tactics, five years, U. S. Ar-
County..Service Officer; located in serving hours and relieve conges- finished in order following comple- civil engineering, formerly with U. my-
the U. S. Employment Service Of- tion in the supper cafeteria lines." tion of the units now being con- S. Engineers for 15 years; George Business Administration
fice, between the hours of 9:00 structed by the government. E. Remp, assistant professor, me- College of Business Administra-
a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Stults said. The Lue Gim Gumb orange was Paving Completed chanical engineering, former Flor- tion-Ralph D. Turlington, in-
Will Certify Vets c'eveloped by a Chinese of that ida Power and Light Company structor in marketing and statis-
The travel certification officer name living in DeLand, Florida. to Baughman, will be complete engit pneer; IraLamar King, assist- tics.
will be able to certify veterans This orange stays firm ard fresh finishtB within 60wdaysl c leov an professor, industrial engineer- College of Agriculture-Dr. Ger-
meeting established requirements, on the tree to a os threeithin 60 days. "The gov- ing former engineer inspector with
This is a further improvement of years after ripening. An outstand- eemnent commitment on Flavet the state road department; Del ad John Stout, associate profes-
s isa rthr impro en t ofyear s ar ripenig An ouits ta III," said Baughman, "was corn- phin Murray Lee, assistant pro- sor horticulture, former instruc-
our service to veterans interested ing example of the fruit is in the pletion in the first half of 1947. I essor, mechanical engineering tor in horticulture at Massan Ohiou-
in purchasing surplus supplies, Oldest Orage Grove in St. Augus- think we'll beat that commit- former proenn ee tate State anOhio
added Gilbert i his letter, tine, Florida. ment." technic Institute; and Charles G. State colleges.
Biggest problem to be ironed out Edson, assistant professor, civil In addition to the instructional
at present, according to University engineering, in U. S. Engineer ser- appointments, Dr. Tigert said that
officials, is the priority system to vice for eight years. George D. Barnhart, former sen-
be used in occupancy of the first Arts and Sciences ior engineer at Camp Blanding,
WEEKLY STUDENTS 30c completed units. This job is un- and director of the Florida Geodet-
Mat. Eve. co e tiseob is College of Arts and Sciences- ic Survey, had been named camp-
PROGRAM 40c F44c on SATURDAYS der the direction of the University Dr. Thomas Smyth,acting assoi- urvey had been named engineer.
"space" committee. Crux of the ate professor of biology, formerly engeer.
TOprobleDAY SATURDAY is whether to move those taught at Cornell,University of
TODAY SATURDAYcouples now living in the dormito- South Carolina, and Hampden-
ries, thus making space available S iH
serving just one veteran and his upstairs. Of the 448 apartments S li l H l
family, or whether to grant prior- originally scheduled, all but about
ity by date of application. At any 100 have two bedrooms while the
.. a'. rate. 296 units will definitely be remainder have but one. 8 0 f
E rnest Hemingway's Best r available by the end of March. Furniture is already on hand onContest

I FA 1NC $r' Flavet III units are converted units, and according to -officials Photographs submitted for
I ikw-0barra ck whFav.t Units Per Buildiing the campus for furnishing tho
-. .... I...,N. I' A' .A. JRE barracks which, have been made here, Flavet III will be almost ex- the Seminole beauty, contest
F:.. into eight apartments per bar- ctly like the other two Flavet with the exception of the win-
S, ,, racks-four downstairs and four villages. According to Baughman, ners, are now available at the
"the living room furniture will be Florida Union desk. The per-
the same as that in the other vil- son who accidently picked up
SUNDAY and MONDAY BEER'S TAILORS lages, the dinette furniture will the picture of one of the win-
Made to Measure Clothes be slightly inferior.". please return it as soon as pos-
,*'' -,"^&', RELENTLE$S S USPENSE! In addition to the living room, sible. Announcement of the
ALTERATIONS bedroom and dinette suits, each availability of the winners
Apartment will contain an ice box, photographs will be made at a
* *"."%;','' a^'.'^^K^^' 421 W. University Ave. gas range and gas hot water later date.
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n UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Cham pionshi
I IFh ODAnnapolis Has

ural Touch Fooltball o Hs
100. Opening s
Appointments ,to the U. S. Na-
val Academy,- at Annapolis, now
are available to 100 eligible Na-
Touch football will be the first sport in the spring val Reservists, it was announced
erm it was announced by the intramural department after by Naval authorities today. The
meeting of the managers and the board of directors. appoint e Secretar of the N avy.de by
Touch football will begin Feb. 17 and will continue thru in order to be eligible for can-
he 28th. The date for entries didacy, Reservists must be mem-
,ill be Feb. 12th as the last day. bers of, or associated with, an I
Tennis Second V Organized Reserve unit and must
Following football will be ten- Varsity ROXIng not be more than 21 years of age
>is singles and doubles with en- on April of the year of appoint-
cries due the 20th of Feb. and W workouts Open ment. (Except that ,the age limit
-he first matches starting on the is increased to 23 for candidates
4th continuing through the 7th varsity boxing team is who have served honorably for at
S arch. Theworng out daily from 4:00 to least one year in World War II).
These dates all are for the Fra- working out daily from 4:00 to Candidates whose high school
ernity League as the dorm and 6:00 p.m. in the boxing room of credits are satisfactory to the
dependent Le dates will be an- the old gymnasium. Any stu- credits are satisfactory to thnly
douneced at a later date. dent interested in receiving in- Naval Academy Board take only
Daates Told structions and trying out for the ,the examination in English and
Dates Told ies, team is invited to attend these mathematics, rather than the reg-
eld matches: port, date of entries practice sessions. Coach Fuller ular examination.
Touch football: Feb. 12, Feb. 17-28. is in charge of these workouts. Applications for appointment
Tennis: Feb. 20, Feb. 24-March 7. should be made to the Command-
STrack: March 6, March 10-128. ing Officers of Reserve units, who
,-landba': March 13, March 17-23. 23. .
Bowling: April 3, April 7-11. on i| Nam[edIf ,the Bureau of Naval Personnel via .
E vimming: March 31, April 1-3., will forward theN nominations- to
SGolf: April 10, April 14 ay25. g channels before 1 February 1947.
_cttball: April 17, April 21-May 9. S a h P a K p si,
SWinSagma Chi Prexy IK.
.A. 'Kappa Kappa Psi,
'I arzans W. in Fred E. Conkling was elected
president of Gamma Theta Chap- Honorary Band
Airbase M rural ter of Sigma Chi Fraterhity at
elections held last night to chose Frat Pedges 4
Volleyball Title officers to lead the chapter dur- a Pledges 4
ing the coming semester. Conk- Kappa Kappa isal, national ion-
ling is well krown on campus, and orary band fraternity, pledged
The Gatorhut "Tarzans came ,is an ex-president of the Inter- four men into the Florida chapter
t arng down the stretch and won Fraternity Conference. at their meeting Tuesday right in ,
on straight matches to cop the Florida Union
ttamrural volleyball champion- Other officers elected include: Florida Union.
nip of the Airbase League it was Rodney Kirg, vice-president; Gus osep lecl Perry Pictured above (top p
nnounccd by FanTFalsone Air-!Smith, secretary; Charles Mur- J rryWatson, Pictured aboe (top
,as-e manager. phy, treasurer; Robert Buck, and Billy Williams. the Dormitory volleyball
T a pledge master; Duryee Van Wag- These pleages will present a champs on the left and t
The "Tarzans" downed theenen associateeditor andsketch at the halftime of the as- Front l-r Micker, Berry,
d then came back to take the round rresponding secretary; Richard ketball game Monday right be- lor, Connell, Walker, Con
nd atohut Zekes in a toe game H. Mills, historian; Ed Smith, so- teen Florida an Georgia in the Prange, Simmons, McNe
.-12. Zcial chairman; Gus Dunlop, intra- 1New Gym. bottom Pieture are the v,
In the semi-finals they really riural manager; Jack Poe, house Plans were discussed at the volley ball championship o
ot hot and ran ough shod overall manager; Tom Hegler, dining Leeting for sending delegates to' All-stars on the right with
ne helpless Barracks Independ- room manager; Dick Bostain, rush the National Corvention in Still- Crim, M. Caraway, Q. Lon
nts 15-1. In te finals they met chairman; Keny O'Hair, I. F. C. water, Oklah a, arh 6, 7 and Don Crim. The Helle
,ne Trailvet I Giants and came representative; and Bill Carey, and 8. W. Smith, E. Smith, C. R
,at with a 15-5 victory, chaplain. Active members include Jerome patrick, E. Barton, Capt.
Bain, pres.; Eugene Bovis, Vice-
Pre.s.; A. Hoyette Rigby, sec.;
John Mallory, treas.; Robert S.
Do You Needa WATCH CRYSTAL Austin, Harry Beasley, Grover E
SBFaker, Darrel Garnell, Robert M.
f A I I BROKEN? Deehl, James F. Fletcher, Mandell U
IOR 1 #D 1 0C Glicksberg, Jack Guistwhite, Rob-B c eW k
ert Louis, Terry Lyle, Wyckoff
NEW OR USED We carry a complete stock of Myers, Robert McCorkle, Peter E B
Sound and odd shapes in glass Merdoza, Oin T. Ricvhards, Jr., a r
RCA, CROSLEY, watch crystalsin regular d im Smith, Wilson Smith. i i S
watch crystals in regular and w iia W U
MOTOROLA i
MOTOROLA durex thickness. New Local Radio Cue enthusiasts we
SDA Y 50c 75c $1.00 Station Planned evening by a FloridaL
a eIbillard work by Jose
FOR PROMPT SERVICE cited Press dispatch 0. T. Har-
SCo I e Ra rell, turpentine operator in Lake ment of the University
College Rad10 BRING YOUR WATCH TO city, and 0. W. Harrell, connect- third in a series of program
Sed with WAGA in Atlanta and by pool-experts and prese
oI S op. C O L E S former University of Florida Florida Union within t:
S. Jewelersstudent, asked the Federal Con- year. It was the first o
935 W. University Avenue I munications Commission for au- semester.
PHONE 2308 423 W. University Ave. thority to operate a radio sta- From New York
tion in Gainesville. r, Joe .o ori ne ,


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most popular and most pr
of the new crop.- of pocket
players. He hails from Ne
where he has participated
hibitions with some of the
leading players. Followers
green baize will rememb
Bachelor put together a h
of 107 balls to defeat the
York State title holder,


Harmon. in a special match for
the state title in 1940. His best


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SVolleyball Teams


hoto) are the winners and runners-up of
championship with the Thomas C&D the
the runner-ups Tempory "E" on the right,
Wagner, DiMaio, Smith; back row 1-r Tay-
nmander, Coles, Griffin manager, Harmade,
il, Cribbet, May, manager. ,Shown in the
winners and runner-ups of the Indepenident
of the Intramural race. The runner-ups the
the white shirts are I-r B. Shoemaker, Bud
rg, ivan-Crim, Kneeling C. Boutel, G. Autry,
ats, the champs are 1-r sitting C. Wright,
Roberts, -and F. Edge. 1-r standing J. Kirk-
Kilpatrick.




Exhibits Fancy


hots In Union
re til-itled .ve.stE1r(dl;v aft ,'-InI IonI :1nd
Linion2-poisrt-ired exhfibhitioln of fancy
"-I Bachelor'. outhfIl and pohipulan-
iardi expert. Dsigiied for the i njoy-i
Sstuident- body thoet program 't i.as thie
nei gorkfiff.--- ---- --- ----
al' hp run in M . L last- Har Large Repertoiue
of ths
Ba lin..l-r ha.' .n ine'haustl:t
rerperrors of titruck dhot. riajny *:f
'g--'whiinh ho.te waincd him natirin-
'i tli-' wd, fanie. He hupes to be in-vitL-
omising ed to participate in the 1947 wold
billiard title tournament, and may of -his
w York followers are hopeful, that .his
I in ex- entry will be accepted. Improvinig
world's year by year, Joe has reached
of the that stage where he is a danger-
er that ous competitor, and any champ-
igh run ionship joust will find him a lead-
e New ing contender down to the ffn-
Charles ish.


Gave Free Instruction
Quiet and unpretentious, with a
placidity of temperament that en-
hances his personality Joe is
very cool under the stress of
competition. Bachelor was lavail-
able before and. after his exhibit-
ions for free instructions for all
those anxious to improve their
game or correct faults. -
On January 19, Florida Union
will present Johnny Irish, world-
reknowned and top-ranking pocket;
billiard expert in another exhibit-
ion of master cue-ism. Irish is an
ex G. I. whose expert technique:
has placed him among, the top-`
flight char/,ions.


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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR I


Sgeurs


Add


To


Win


Varsity Cagers In Action


Gator rQuintel Defeats


Jacl(sonvilie Navy 50-44
By Ray Jacobson -
The Gator basketball team con-. i ., B
tinued its, spasmodic play by .igginS Dows In
runng ,t..-.,,rrit winning streak Quarterfinals Of
to three straight as it racked up a
: to 44 victory over the Jack- Tennis Tourney
sonville Naval Air Station Tues-
day night. 'The game was note asi By Sanford Schnier
decisive as ,the previous two vic- Fast-stroking Bobby Riggins of
Sthe'-University of Florida tennis
stories over the University of Mi- team advanced farther than any
ami, but it did give a good dis- of his seven other teammates who
play of Gator offensive power. played with him in the Florida
Close In First Half Public Courts Championship in
he first half was a' close af- Jacksonville December 26, Coach
fair with- both teams being with Herman Schnell reported.
onie -or two points of each other. Riggins Stars
After the half the Gator jumped Riggins, a junior from Lake-
into a three point lead and were land, gained the quarter-finals be-
never headed after that point. fore bowing to Norman Copeland
never headed after that point of Rollins,- 6-1, 6-2, while his
Hans Tanzler, lanky 6' 4" Flori- mates, Reece Cooper, Pilo Braschi,
da center and his best night of DickJones, Frank Wood, Harry
the season as he dropped in six Terrell, Wilbur Margol, and Le-
field goals and eight free throws vant DeWolf dropped early mr-tch-
for a total of 20 points. Ary was es.
high point man for the Navy "This tournament afforded the
c6intet pouring in 16 points. This tournament afforded the
uintet pouring in 16 points boys excellent practice in pres--
Stat isticsU ur f, t C ^ i.n .ll


FLORIDA
Mamilton, f
A tkinson, f ................................
.Pace, f ......
Tanzler, c
Bridges, g
Miller, g
Henderson, g
Cf tty, g
Totals
NAVY
Ary, f .......
DeGroot. f
Henningeen, c
Burltin, c
Yi?.--n om j _


sure eennsi, 6crInen said, "and
Sf tp they learned plenty from this ex-
2 0 6 perience."
1 0 2 Season Starts Feb. 24
6 8 20 'He said that the regular tennis
2 0 4 season starts on February 24, with
2 0 4 .the Gator schedule (incomplete at
2 0 4 present) beginning at the last of
20 10 50 March and running through til
gf tp the 8, 9, and 10 of May when
6 16 Southieastern Conference play
5 1 11 ends with a tournament in New
....1 0 2' Orleans.
2 0 4


Rod History Of OF
Tr.-. l ai 18- 8 44 -
Personal fouls-Atkinson 2, TanzlerD u e i By-
2. Bsidoes 5,. Henderson 4, Chitty 2, iStuSSed SV
Ary 3, DeGroot 3. Buntin 5. Hehning-, -
S milth, At an Ed Price: ;
L- ,Bat,. Tanzle- = Br,,JIe ', Hender-' : -; 4: .^
son Ary 5,. H .-n "gn 13, Buntin. Ht t U s "
OTficials: Carter and Monroe. "History of the University of
Flor'da" was the subject discussed
by Dean J. Ed Price, assistant
Dean of Students, at a meeting of
Clyde Stevens Phi Gamma Delta pledges and
1 S e nr members recently.
Continued From Page ONE The veteran counselor told of
the bank, and Clyde's baby needs the school's founding, its merger,
shoes., Clyes and named several prominent
e collection which aders on past faculties. He is
Included_ir the collection which a Fji sponsor of the-Upsilon Phi
Stevens has culled from his boxes chapter on o the cmpus. '
in place" d f the $27.32 loss he Annual Christmas parties con-
has averaged Weekly on his gross eluded the social year for the fra-
inicone sihce opening the conces- ternity. Phi Ganms were hosts to
siBon lt the-followuttn, in gs a group of underprivileged chil-
" Two.22-calibre cartridges, two daren andlater held a darce honor-
butt.:,n -r. v'.'., pp er clips, two Mi- ing members and pledges.
amit bus t,.kn. tw-o Atlanta street ,New appointments with n the
car t,-,k-:nu -.r."n San Antonio street organization are George Peacock
ca.r token, nne Prertoh 50 cenitime of St. Petersburg as house mara-
coin, one.-- Cahadiarl nickle, one ger and Don Brown of DeFuniak
Canadiai' dime, one English coin Springs, as steward.
130 years old, one Dutch Florin.
one Sterling medal with "God- i Sho
Bless Jou,- 'Ania,".-on the back, i ty
several dimes 'with holes in them, Continued -ro6m Page OlNE
one five-cent slug, one ten-cent tion, are requested to keep in
slug 'nd one coin .worth 20 cents mind this giant, spring affair.,
if yc.u're in the Phillipine Islands. Depict College Life
^'Management:Takes Beating" The, present plans for the an-
-"'They -can'argue. all they want nual Variety Sho:.w call for a reg-
about labor, and capital," says F. ular, full-length production. dep'it-
Clyde St.e-.-ens. Jr., apple entre- ing college life in plays, musical
rreheur, "but' I know from first- numbers, dancing, and other types
hand experience' that it's man- of entertainment, carrying a co-
agement:'-that's; taking ,the beat- herent theme ;throughout the
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A portrait of David Levy Yulee, first Senator from Florida in 1845 of the nucleus that led the Fht vc-
and prominent in Florida history, has been given the University of da qries sintet to the Yuleetidvacati vc-
Florda by his daughter,Mrs. Florida Yulee Neff, President John J. tonda oh Yuletord f vatiins
Tigert disclosed today.aan selso eo. s w
Mrs. Neff has also given a po- against five losses.
trait of her mother to be hung New AppIicants Lose Four Men
with that of Senator Yulee, Dr.; Continued Krom Page ONE provement despite the loss of four
Tigert said, adding that the por- by H. C Ricker, Director of Hous-, members of the squad since re-
traits are "a valuable contribution I turning to Gainesville. Ralph Lick-
to the University's already exten- ming. From a housing standpoint, -: has resigned from school and is
sive collection of 1'loridiana." almost 50 per cent more students enrolling in Miami U. with a
Mrs. Neff's Statement .will be housed in the University likely possibility of a scholarship
In giving the portraits Mr facilities the second semester than there, Jim Oliver has resigned
Neff n interested th Urs.' during the unprecedented first se- from the squad in preparation to
versff, ng interested in the Uni-mester when 2,810 students were going to U. C. L. A., and Doug
versity, Wrote:' "The State of housed. Beldon and Bobby Greutzmacher
his heart, that I feel that the: Housing Increased have been temporarily suspended
University is the proper place for' With the completion of 16 tem- from the basketballl squad because
their portraits Also I hoe to porary dormitory buildings and of an infraction of the training
their portraits. Also I hope toi Flavet III, a housing unit for mar- regulations.
send many of my father's papers 1ried couples, space in the-housing
to the University after I have had: ted couples, space the housing Tanzler "Big Gun"
them listed, knowing that they system will be increased by next
will be of ort hstor l v a ey summer to a high total of 5,000. Hans Tanzler, big 6 foot 4 inch
to the ofStatgrea historical value Nine new temporary dormito- 200 pound center of the team,
ries, accommodating 676 students, has been the big gun for the Ga-
Member Of {Congress will be completed in January. Five tors thus far this season hanging
Senator Yulee, who changed his additional barracks will be opened up a total of 119 points including
-name from Levy, came to Florida at the Air Base. Previously hous- 49. field goals and 21 charity tos-
from the West Indies in 1824. He ing 850, the Air Base will accom- ses.
was a Democratic delegate ,to modate 1,000 in February. Following is a list of the games
Congress from the territory of' First 500 "On Campus" played, high scorer for each game,
Florida from 1841-45. He was a! Over 750 students have already and the individual points scored
delegate, to the convention which! applied for -second semester ac- by. each player this season.
formed the constitu tion of Flori-: commodations. The first 500 will Fla. 47, la. Southern 41; h.gh scor-
da and was later elected to Con- be assigned to campus facilities, erFa. 49, Spring Hill 36, high scorer
gress-a seat held until 1861 Riker stated. Atkinson and Bridges 11.
when he withdrew to take part in With more than 3,800 of the Fla. 24, Miss. State 55; high scorer
the Civil War. present enrollment living in Uni- Hamilton 4.
Other Yulee Awards versity-facilities and in fraternity Fla. 15. Alabama 45; high scofer
The annual declamation con- houses, the off-campus homes and Tanzier 5.
tests at the University also hon- apartments are handling 2,400 stu- ler. 14.
or Senator Yulee with the David dents. By Februafy, approximate- Fla. 52, Banana River N.A.S. 31;
Yulee deckramation awards as do ly 5,000 will be housed in campus high scorer Tanzler 15.
the endowed Yulee lectureships and fraternity buildings. Fla. 33, Miami 36; high scorer Tanz-
wc nna biFla. 35, Miami 39, high scorer Tanz.
lecturers in the fields of govern- ington, spends her winters in ler 9.
ment and politics to the campus. Gainesville and has extensive Fla. 42, Miami 28; high scorer Ham-
Mrs. Neff, a resident of Wash- property holdings in Florida. ilton 10.
.. .- Fla. 61, Miami 28; high scorer Tant-
ler 14.
Fla. 50, Jax N.A.S. 44; high scorer
6DN N E Tanzler 20.
D IN N ER Individual Scoring
Hans Tanzler 119
Lamhar Bridges .. 45
At The Bill Atkinson ..... 41
S Harry Ham ilton ............... ............... 39
WAjf ITr& H O U SE ScottyJulian Miller ................................... 39
W ITE HOUS Dick"Pace 32
Raich Licker ......... 21
Every EveOing From 6:00 to 8:30 Doug Bedon .......... 16
Jim Oliver 11
John Chitty ... 10
Jack Kimbrough .................... -- .... 8
Pobby Gruetzmacher 7
SPECIAL MENUS FOR SMALL DINNER Bob Roundtree 6
Paul Harvill
PARTIES John P. Jones 4
PARTIECS ,Bob Poage ............. 2
Jack Aldenrman 2
Bill Savage ........


The varsity basketball team is shown fighting for the baH i
recent game in the New Gym. After a bad start the Gators h2
come to life to win three straight contests, bringing their seas
record to six victories against five defeats.


Portrait Of David Yulee

Presented To University


1


Strak

Take Jax NAS And

Two-Game Series

With Miami U. Here

By Jordan Bittel
T lThe University of Flo-
L'ida's basketball s q u ad
reached new heights this
past week by bumping the
Miami Hurricanes twice in
Gainesville by scores of 42-
28 and 61-28, and Jax NAS
by a 50-44 score. These were
the same Hurricanes who
Shad defeated the Gator in
Miami twice in a pre-Xmas
series.
The sharp improvement in game
S form came as no act of God or
miracle if one is ,to believe cage
I Coach Sam McAllister. The im-
provement is due according to the
Coach because "the boys are just
finding themselves. They are
shooting more and hitting the
basket better beca-,se they have
more confidence in ,themselves.
Since most of them are fresh-
men, they have lacked that con-
fidence in previous games."
Use Fast Break
Other factors contributing to
the Gators improvement on the
hardwood are .the use of a fast
a break for the first time this sea-
son and a complete. reshuffling of
n a the first team members.
ave When the Gators beat the Jax
Inas Naval Air Station Tuesday night
to the tune of 50-44 the starting
five was composed of Julian Millet'
and Lamar Bridges at the guard
posts, Hans Tanzler at center, and
Harry Hamilton and Dick Pace
at the forward spats. Billy Atkin-
son, Scotty Henderson, and John-
ny Chitty .make up the remainder





THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR


Sober Reporter Tells Of FBK Asks Florida

Two-Headed Calf Here Union Masagemients

Allotted For Classrooms Of idaFunain
Approval by the Federal Public Works Agency for
:ve temporary buildings to provide additional classroom,. P Laul Rogers 'was elected
laboratoryy and administrative space at the University was to serve c,s President :,of
-,nnounced last week by President Jno. J. Tigert. George 'I 'idnlia Blue Key' for the
3aughman, assistant business manager, said the buildings ning semesterat the semi-
would be moved o here from the Ikainual election of officers
Lake City Naval Air Station and held this" week. The other
,o rs r Vi af would form part of the expanded -fficers elected are Mark
R.E Exp 8ans facilities for a student body of e y, vice president;
Large Alloctio" Ciirlie. Boyd, treasurer.
nsum r T bLarg aoa bi I T retiring officers are Frank
The buildings, approved by the ',-,kworth, president Herman
FPWA, constitute one of the larg- ..kworth, vice president; ark Hulseyran
indications are that installment est allocations of buildings to an retary, andent Myronk Hul Gibbons,
edit sales by 1948 may reach a educational institution in this sec- t treasurer.
.tal of five and a half billion dol- ton, and will be ready for use by By Marty Lubov Outstanding Debater
-ars or five times what it is to- Ron, a a law sch-ool student
.ay, Thomas W. Rogers, execu- the beginning of the 1947-48 school I never saw a two-headed calf, was an outstanding debater na-
:v vice president of the Ameri. term. I never hope to see one. tionally before he left school to
in Finance Conference, said in The FPWA will bear the ex- But whe. I see a two-headed calf, enter the'service,, and was also ac-
1- address here Tuesday night, pense of demounting, transporting People will probably think I'm drunk .. L.ve while an undergraduate, in
Speaking on "Consumer Creadit rertin e ds her, But we're not drunk., reigning regally in state in the campus politics. having been
Ci and restoration of the 'site at Lakeof the -ii i e
Our National Economy, Rog- City, while the University will Biology Department at Science Hall is a two-headed calf cha-iran of the Fn Florida Blue
s predicteom that installment bear the expense of preparing the to be used for study and dissection. Not only that, the Key this year and during this se-
-utomobiles, department store it- site on the campus, running utili- calf has six legs. Known familiarly as Theodore, after the master nas been chairman of the
-ms, furniture and household ap- ties to within five feet of the Senatorial monstrosity of the same name, the two-headed committee in charge of state-wide
lances, and jewelry would run buildings and furnishings. Figures I speaking tours. Rogers is a mem-
bout $2,000,0C'0,000 above the in- on the amount involved are not calf was sent to the Animal n- dead from the body of the cow at her of Phi Delta Tica f,-ternity:
allmenit sales credit outstanding available yet, University officials dustry Department by a Jackson- the slaughterhouse. Soda Founti!n Report
-: the end of 1941. sad ville packing nouse and then giv- We had always wanted to meet Soda Foeo
Theate Determines Speed the bui temporary en to the Department of Biology. someone with twice as much Foloing tne election Mac
The"rate atewhichs popu The buildings, all temporary in i Christie presented the report of
--allment credit items such as nature, include: Faculty of i c e Under the direction of Dr. Sher- brains anyone else, so te soda fountain committee ich
iutos and refrigerators move into building with facilities for 100 fac- man, emoryologist, the calf will dropped around to see Theodores has been endeavoring to effect a
-ull production will determine the ulty members; combined class- be stualea to clelerm-ne the causes tions in mind about the world sit- improvement
.'oeed with which the current "un- room and office building; chem- and results of incomplete foetal nation and whether the old aw tain's service and have the control
naturall pattern of economy gives istry laboratory and classroom growth. Dr. Sherman explained that "two thads are better thari of the shop transferred to Florida
.vay to the consumer credit pat- building; mechanical engineering that the animal was formed by the one" was true. Union. The recommendation of
-irn that existed before disloca- shop, and an administrative office same process that causes Siamese The two heads were arguing fu- the committee which was adopted
o0 of ,the nation's economy by building, and identical twinning. Once the riously. They shouted in unison, by the chapter, was that oi com-
va, Rogers pointed out. All buildings will be located on offspring of an unlucky Kansas "Wait a minute son. We'll be: pletion of the projected addition to
"Adequate Capital For Needs" the campus. City heifer, the calf was removed right with you gotta get our the cafeteria, the soda fountain
"As the demand for installment mouths reamed out every so often, be transferred to the control of the
..les credit increases, there will you know. But if there's anythngFlorida Union.
_n-aed," Rogers predicted, adding, serious you'd like to know?" Speeches Siateil
e," financ tedingcompanies and "Yes," we said, "there was. Paul Rogers gave the report 'of
'.-ales financing companies and -
ncies ae already expanding WDe batershatdo you think aboutthepres- the committee in charge of speak-
apital structures ad adding cre ent world situation?" ing tours. The object of the com-
it lines, ready to reti'nd to their e91 Sf aThere was a bwangg as they-mittee is'to arrange speaking
S ine a o u n the i nspat a bucketful of "Banjo Co- tours by students to ermjhasize the
s.-allment sale credit needs of mil- !I 0 -*cud-the Bovine Delight." expansion of the University and its
'!ons of Americans. "Waaal," they chorused, "cain't need for new buildings and facil-
S' say as we do. Been in ouah pack-! ities. The committee is arranging
T. he new tournaments loom ahead for the Varsity De- in' crate too long. Yup." a concerted drive for the period
Sales interview bate Society as Spring Hill College. and William and Mary "What about the national scene, between semesters.
issued invitations to the University of Florida to take part then?" say as we know much
Slated M onday in their coming meets. On February 14 and 15, and the can'tt sayt, as we r. know much
Sr esentati of alage Azalea Tournament will be held in ab th eith dgust. Hot rt Hod
m rritadurtivgales and dage Mobile, Ala., under "the direction IWe gave up in disgust. "How Voter es Hold
atributi unog, saes and dis of the Portier Debating Academy such famous names as Columbia, does it feel to have six legs?"
tvie setting company will inter- ring Hill CollegeJohns Hopkins, Harvard, North- Said Theodore, "Why, it's ter- Da Ce TomorrOW
view senior men interested in of Spring Hill College.
Sales Career leading to Sales. Fifteen Judges western. Princeton, West Point. rific. Absolutely the best thing
Managerial work Monday, Jan- This will be an attempt to comn- Annapolis, Chicago University,' that ever happened. We can fill- Veterettes, veterans' wives
uaryv ( a0. bine both social and intellectual University of Pennsylvania, Tem- buster at each other and run away organization, will sponsor a char-
'Contac Dean Price, room activities. The tournament itself pie, Purdue, Cornell, Louisiana I from each other at the same time.
three, L angage Hall, room will consist of six rounds of de- State and Yale. : It's wonderful, suh, wondahful." ity dance, "Paper. Moon Swing,"
lora alion., or in- bate, followed by the finals held The University College debateI We told our six-legged friend tomorrow night at the American
at the Admiral Semmes Hotel be- team is busy in preparation for that we'd see him again, but we Legion Hall from 9 to 12.
fore fifteen judges, their tournaments in the Junior doubted it greatly. Two pre-med .Tickets for the dance, at
Rese YrveS M eet Tourney in Virginia Division which are slated for the's students were wrench ng muscles which Julian Baumel and his
The Navy Civil Engineer The second of these tournaments spring, and arteries from one of his heads
Corps ResPerve 1l meet at 7 in the near future is in Williams- Dual Meets Slated in search of a missing carotid. New Yorkers will play,, may be
p n. tonight in the Hydraulics burg, Va., on March 14 and 15. Several dual meets are tenta- Theodore was doomed, purchased from any Veterette,
Laboratory. Forty-two teams in the East are lively set with various universities Guess there's nothing like a lit- from Wise's Drug Store or at
on the invitation list, inclduing and junior colleges in the vicinity tle two-headed bull,, once in a the door.
as well as the tournament .sched- while.
uled for February here at the -
Un versity. Schools having acB
The Next evecepted invitations for this torn
ment are Stetson, Rollins, Miai
FRIDAY.~ ~University and Florida Southern Mlitr B S eRss
"FRIDAY Millsaps Results Received
FIPA. Fla. Union West Lcunge, 3:00-6:00 p.m. Recently received by Dr. Eubank
SFATURDAY are the results and ratings of the
FIPA, Fla. Union 305, 10:,00-12:006 a.m. variety squad that took part in the
Fla. Union 209 and Committee Room 1:30-5:30 p.m. Millsaps tournament held in De-
AlONIAY member, in which the University :
Alligator Staff Meeting, Fla. Union basement, 1:30-5:30 p.m. of Florida won first place. In the By Ted Shurtleff
writer Club, Fla. Union 208.7:30-9:00 p.m. Men's Division, Jack Murray was Plans which will determine the fate of Military Ball
Ca. R. ie SeC. t, Fla. U union 2 09, 8:00-9:00 p.m. named the first ranking speaker this year were being made last night at ALLIGATOR
Carnegie Set, Fla. Union 3 0Y5, 6:00-8:00 p.m. out of the 50 men in that division,
American Legion, Fla. Union 305, 8:00-9:00 p.m. while Bill Castagna was placed press-time by representatives of the Inter-Fraternity
Dirno Movie Hour, Fla. Union Auditorium, 12:00-1:30 p.m. and third. Council and Advanced ROTC stu- ---- -


6:60u- :30 p.m.
I. R. C., v'ia. Union auditorium, 8:00-9:30 p.m.
TUESDAY
A. V. C. Election Meeting, Fla. Union 209, 7:30-8:30 p.m.
A. I. E.-E., Fla. Union 305, 8:00-9:00 p.m.
Carnegie Set, Fla. Union 305, 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Dinner Movie Hour, Fla. Union auditorium, 12:00-1:00 p.m.
3:00-7:00 p.m.
State Scholarship Holders, Fla. Union auditoriuit, 7:45 p.m.
Forum Committee, Fla. Union Committee room, 7:00-8:00 p.m.
WEDNESDAY
Delta Sigma, Fla. Union 210, 8:00 p.m.
Carnegie Set, Fla. Union 305, 6:00-8:300 p.m.
THURSDAY
A. I. C. H. E., Fla. Union 305, 7:30-8:30 p.m.
Carnegie Set, Fla. Union' 305, 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Executive Council. Fla. Union 308, 7:30 p.m.
Movie, "The Son of Flicka," Fla. Union auditorium (2 sho


In the Junior Division, Gerald dents gathered in Language Hall. carry the load by itself but the
Gordon ranked first in the final The meeting probably will de- carry ofthe loastude body this year
ratings with Alan Westin in sec- cide one main ioint: seems to make that load a heavy
ond place, also out of 50 possible Will the IFC co-sponsor, asone.
entries. The University of Flor- seems necessary, ,te big affairon After March
ida placed four men in the top six with the ROTC men? Soon After arch
and a placed four men in the toppositions six Ask IFC Support If the Ball is held it probably'
Sposiions. In the past, Military Ball was will be in the campus gymnasium
"Honest" John Returns a.n annual event on the social cal- soon after the -weekend of March
Returning to the varsity team endar of the Gator Campus and 7-8. The gymn is 'unavailable then
this coming semester after a four was sponsored by the Advanced because the State High School
months absence is "Honest" John ROTC students but was discon- Cless B Basketball Tournament.
Crews, president of the group and tinued after 1942. Whether it will will take place here at that time.
one of the top debaters back from be resumed depends upon whether Negotiations have gone ahead
last year. Graduating in a final or not the IFC can lend support. for a band, nevertheless. Contacts
burst of glory is Jack Murray, top If it can't, repre.rI itatives of the' are being made with Elliot Law-
member of the squad this fall. groups point out, the Military De- rence, Dean Hudson and Johnny
)ws). apartment may possibly be able to Long.


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