The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 7, 1947
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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-. pv Five ld cfdales Named
VOL p8 o 8U I O L R D G I E V L E L R D A C 1 4

Crews And

Stanley Get

Prexy Bids

Nominations for the "top
five" student body offices
fi -ally blossomed f6rth yes-
terday after one of the
most hectic weeks of cam-
pus politics on record.
Following nominating com-
mittee meetings by the Dixie and
Gator Parties and a full-scale
nominating convention by the new
Florida Party, Gator Par-
ty Chairman Bill Byrd, Florida
Party Chairman Bob Ghiotto and
Dixie Party Chairman Ed Graf-
ton announced the nominations of
the following --n:
Candidaes Listed
For pras dent of the student
body: John Crews, Dixie and
Florida candidate, ana Frank
Stanley, Gator c.crdidtp_'
For vice resident: Bo.- z- -)s,
Gator; Charlie McCarty, Florida,
and Carl Durrance, Dixie,
For secretary-treasurer: Charles
Continued On Page EIGHT
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Band To Give

Concert Monday

The University of Florida Band
sixty-five pieces strong will
present its first concert of the
season Monday night, March 10,
at 8 o'clock, in the University
Auditorium, having completed a
highly successful fall season dur-
ing which it appeared at all state
football games and also at .Chapel
Hill for the University of North
Carolina game. The band is now
starting its spring concert season.
This f rst concert should appeal
to all music-lovers, long hairs or
hep cats. An interesting prograin
of popular, semi-classical, classi-
cal and march music has-been pre-
pared, Director R. DeWitt Bro.-n
Other concerts 'are planned ror
the campus, and the band will take
to the road in the early part of
April to give a concert for-the
Tally lass.es.
There will be no admission
charge for the concert Moz;day
night, but a voluntary offering
will be taken. Sixty percent will
go to the Red Cross 'and the re-
mainder to be used by the band to
support its trip to Tallahassee.

Smith Announces
Total Donation
To WSSF Drive
By Bill Dunlap
Dick Smith, chairman of the lo-
'cal World Student Service Fund
drive, announced closing of the
local USSF drive. February 24
with a total sum of $350 being re-
poited. "It is hoped that the
church organizations who are car-
rving on this program as part of
their Lenten observance will be
able to increase the amount near-
er our goal of $750," he stated.
Expresses Appreciation
"I wish to express my apprecia-
tion to .the Junior I.F.C. who re-
oorted $247.80, Presbyterian Stu-
dent Union who contributed
S61.62, Hillel Foundation who col-
lected $37.50 and the Baptist Stu-
dent Union who turned in $4.00
Continued on Page FIVE


No Side Show --Just The X-Ray Unit


Installation Of Parking Meters

SAlso Okayed In Tumultuous Session

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Through this small tent pass not only the best college students
but also necessary precautions against a dreaded disease. The cam-
pus-wide tuberculosis surveyy" lxini -as- the X -Kay unit and spon-
sored by the State Board'of Health, is now being operated between
the Agricultural and Chemistry Buildings. The survey will continue
daily except Saturday and Sunday through March 3. ,

AVC Begins Drive To

Increase Vet Allowance
An all-out drive to increase subsistence allowances for
veterans has been announced by the University chapter of
the American Veterans Committee.
The AVC plans to obtain sig-ied petitions showing 100
percent support by University veterans of a bill now be-
fore Congress which would increase subsistence allow-
ance for single veterans from $65
i y gis i to $100 and those for married
City RegiStration veterans from $90 to $125. The
*S t & = bill also provides a ten dollar al-
BOOKs5 NoW pen lowance for each child of mar-
Registration books for voting in tried veterans.
the Gainesville city elections are AVC Booth
now open, according to Max Brew- Beginning today a booth will be
er, president of the Young Demo- maintained by the AVC in Florida
cats club on campus. Brewer said
that the books will remain pen Union every day from 8:30 to 4:30
until April 19. p.,,. until March 14 for the pur-
The Young Democrats urge all pose of securing signatures for
eligible students to register and the petitions and providing in-
the organization will conduct a formation on tne bill to veteran
car pool from the Florida Union
next Thursday to take students to I To Be sent To Washington
and from the city hall. Any stu- 1 The petition will be sent te the
dent over 21 with at least six 1 g isl a t iv e representatives in
months residence in Gainesville Washington, togethe-- with per-
who says that he intends to re- letters from all veterans
side here is eligible to. vote sona letters from all veterans
side here is eligible to-vote who wish to further explain the
need for higher subsistence allow-
SA ances- AVC officials have express-
Hikes And Picnics ed belief that the petitions will
Spring immediate attention to the
Start Saturday- subsistence bill which would oth-
erwise be sidetracked- by other
Dr. Harold S. Newins, newly pressing problems now facing
elected state president of the Au- Congress.
dubon Society, announced today .-..
that, as the first step in an inten- .
sive campaign to acquaint Gaines- Plant City M en
ville residents with the beauties of
the Bivin's Arm Bird Sanctuary, W ill Form Club.
a directed hike to that area will
be conducted next Saturday after- 11 Plant City students are
noon.ll Plant City students ae
noon. urged to attend a special meeting
A party will leave ihe east steps Thursday night at 7:30 in Room
of the Florida Union building on 208 Florida Union for the purpose
the University campus at 1:30 of organizing a Plant City Club.
p.m. under the direction of Dr. This organization will 1 e in-
Charles E. Mounts. No previous valuable in bringing together the
training in ornithology is needed future leaders of Plant City to
to enjoy the trip, and all local de- discuss topics of mutual interest
votees of hiking and nature study anc' plan for social events in Plant
are invited to participate. City in the near future.

The Gainesville City Commission voted, 4 to 1, last
night to levy three new forms of taxation and agreed
unanimously to install parking meters in one of the
most tumultuous sessions ever held by that body.
Good and bad oratory flowed from the packed
spectators' seats and the commission platform during
the three-hour meeting that saw nerves strain to the
breaking point, tempers flare and -citizens' and stu-
dents' appeals fail.
The measures passed were:
1. A 5 percent tax on all util- ... .
cities, from which telephone calls
and telegrams to and from
points outside of the city are ex-
cepted. It will cover electricity, W ie S o
gas (bottled and otherwisee, Wa-
ter, telephones and local tele-
grams, and .will take effect
May 1. Saffi Elnlarge
2. A cigarette tax of two
cents a pack on all popular By "Pen" Gaines
Continued On Page FOUR While the script writers pon-
der over the developing theme for
the giant, student-produced Va-
Sriety Show. Director Pat O'Neal
h W l this week announced the appoint-

Speak Tuesday

Dr. Henry Goddard Leach,
well-known authority on Scandi-
navian literature, and an exponent
of international education, will
speak here in the Florida Union
Auditorium March 11, under the
auspices of the University of Flor-
ida lecture series.
Was Magazine Editor
Dr. Leach, who was the only
foreigner to receive an honorary
degree from Uppsala University
of Sweden at its 350th anniver-
sary, has been linked with man.
important events in various fields,
of interest. From 1922 to 19,10 he
was th eed'tor of the Forurm and
Century magazines.
Prominent Scandinavian
At the beginning of World W.ar
II, Dr. Leach suspended publica-
tion of the magazines, giving his
full time and energy to the Amer-
ican-Scandinavian Foundation, an
educational institution engaged in
advancing intellectual relations
between Americans and Scandina-
Dr. Leach has long worked to-
continued on Page FIVE

meant of several important post-
tions on the producing and busi-
ness ends of the full-length pro-
Depicts College Life
Working nightly on the theme
idea. which will depict college life
in plays, musical numbers, dan-
cing and other rcutuines, the script
writers continue 1o place Ideas on
skits, burlesques, and satires on
professors and students.
Tom Henderson was named as-
soc'ate director; Al Ukanan was
Continued on Page EIGHT

Burglar On Prowl;
Loots Frat House
Over a hundred dollars was
stolen from tho Beta Theta Pi
fraternity house at 1351 W. Ma-
sonic St. this week when a
prowler looted several rooms of
the house in the early hours of
the morning.
According to members of the
fraternity, the thief was beard
-prowling at approximately 2:00
in the morning and when
asked for inaenu-ty by cne of the
occupants of the house, fled
through the front door.
The police were notified aad
are investigating the theft.

Flavet Ill Construction

Delayed By Heavy Rain

By Jim Gollacheck
"Flavet III will be occ.ipied in the near future, but at
this time it is impossible to say exactly whcni," Mr. H. C.
Riker, Director of Housin'g, reported this week. "The
buildings have not been entirely completed and will not
be turned over to my office for the assignment of occu-
pants until a later date," he
added. n Delays aiorl rns and washing out many un-
"The rin during the past sev- finished roads," Baughman said.
"The ram during the past sev- H e w are in the last
eral weeks has played havoc with "However, we are in the last
the construction schedule for Fla- stages of fishing the first one
vet III," Mr. G. F. Baughman, As- hundred units and they should li
distant Business Managerof the ready for occupancy very soon,'
University, said Tuesday. "T-he he stated.
rain has caused more delays than Need Additional Fands
were expected by caving in the Two hundred and forty-eight of
ditches that had been dug for gas Continued on Page NINE

MARCH 7_1~947


VOL. 38, No. 18


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Pedestrian Bemoans Traffic SPE Wednesday
Initiation of 10 men into Sigma
Phi Eps lon social fraternity was
eathtrap A held Wednesday night at the
Chapel of the Incarnation of the
By Ted Shurtleff Episcopal Church.
The usual mental image Mr. Average Citizen has of college life is New members of the fraternity
one depicting a tra. quil campus, laced with shady walks, on which ra- are: John Almond, Alan Helseth,
'*oon-coated students amble lazily. j Tom Guy, Danny Orlitzki, Edwin
But Mr. Citizen never came to the University of Florida and at- ney, Ted Van .arees, Ge Douglas
tempted to cross one of those "lanes" on the campus. If jie had, he'd Baker and Hoke Johnson.
never have the same idea. -
Nawl he's never poked his head Poor C-5 Stuents with this bee-hive of vehicles, it
out from between two parked cars 'And many's the C-5 anchor man takes so long to hitch-hike out of
and had his rat cap spun around who has been jarred from his ele- Boys' Town?
a couple times by a low-flying mo- vated thoughts about Plato, Spi-
tor scooter, or by a motorcycle noza, Kant, et al, by the screech-
that evidently has straed from the ing of four Goodyears about 10 OVE
20.0-n.le race at Daytona Beach. yards from him.
Joe Gator Vaults No wonder there's a constant and a cdean
But poor old Joe Gator knows stream of traffic--about half the
his life is in danger even on the cars have to be in motion be- s '
sidewalks because more than once cause they can't find parking
he's had to vault a speeding baby spaces. And they'll keep moving,
carriage. too, till someone vacates a spot. --/
There are more cars ana other Political Machine
things that run on this campus Rumors have it that, during this
That Bob Hope-ish remark is ap- parties has devised a means of
propriate here this year-"the on- rubbing out members of the op- '
ly way to get on ,the other side posing machines and there's ab-
of the street is to be born there." solutely no chance, it's insisted, of i. '. A,, .
Typical Day their being charged with man-
The lucky college infantryman, slaughter. They climb a ,tree and i
slogging valiantly across the wait till they see a rival politico --S J
campus, has many opportunities crossing the street and then they
to exhibit his skill and keen re- call to him. By the time he's
flexes. If he misses the motor swung his head half-way in their GUi.PRA, E.D pY
scooters and motorcycles hugging general direction, he's part of the E M : .. ---
the inside rail, he can always show equipment of a jeep or the like. I
his prowess by straight-arming a But can anyone figure why, fine :--..-
bicycle, dropping nimbly back
from a University bus, or by swi- WHY NOT
vel-hippini- a demon at the con- WHY NOT
trols of a convertible. But if he
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Debaters Leave

For NC Meet
By Pat Pattillo
Four. top-notch debaters left
yesterday for the South Atlantic
Forensic Touranment in Hickory,
North Carolina, where they will
represent the University of Flor-
The forensic tourney, sponsored
by the Lenoir Ryan College, is one
of the major Southern tourna-
ments of the debate season.
Four Make Trip
Dick Crago and Gerald Goraen
will uphold the affirmative in the
debate while Allan Westin .and
Leon McKimm will speak on the
negative. Ell-ot Shienfeld, who
won the University of Florida's
declamation tournament of last
year, will not make the trip as
previously planned because of ill-
ness. Shienfeld was to have been
an entry in the Radio, Speaking
and Oratory individual contests.
Will Enter Contests
Each of the four speakers, who
were accompanied by Dr. Wayne
C. Eubank, will enter several of
the individual forensic contests as
well as participating in the de-
bate. These individual contests
are Situation Oratory, Problem
Solving, Straight Oratory, Im-
promptu Speaking, Extemporan-
eous Speaking, After dinner
Speaking, and Radio Speaking.

Theta Chis Add

Eight Neophytes
During the past flew weeks the
Tau Chapter of Theta Chi frater-
nity has received "eight additional
neophytes into its fold
Those pledged are Maxwell W.
Wells, Jr., Joel Reeves Wells, III,
Oriando: Frederick Jack Gaines,
Clermont; Eugene 0. Roberts,
HIowey; Richard H. Padgett,- Jr.,
Ocala; Frederick D.' Schwartz-'
burg, Miami; James M. Rowton,
P-ilatka; and Thomas A. Read,
New Smyrna Beach.

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A list. of some books and
things which have been hard to get
for one reason or another.

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James Joyce "Ulysses" 1.95
Quanitative Analysis .75
Qualitative Analysis .75
Physical Chemistry 1.25
General Chemistry 1.25
Lanoe Handbook Of Chemistry
6th 4.50
World Almanac 1947 1.10
RadN o Amatecr's Handbook '47 1.25
Neblette Elementary
Photography 1.80
Neblefte Photograph
Princ & Prac 7.50
Gould's Medical Dictionary 7.50
Audobon's Birds Of America 5.95
Northrop Meeting of E. & W. 6.00
Basic. Works of Aristotle 5.00
Word List for C-32 in progress.
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If you are interested, come in to
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From $5.00 up for sets.
Sale on Fluorescent study lamps.
Complete with bulb, $9.50
We still have several hundred
Rand McNally World Atlases 25s,
$2.50, $6.00.
Drawing Bo a r ds (Composition
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Rivera's Work Exhibited


Student Groups Slate

April Convention Her

."By "Pen" Gaines

*:% ~the University of Florida campus on Friday and Saturday,
pr:1 11 and 12, it was announced
y4~ ester y by Heub Stallworth,
convention chairman. on record as oppsg any group,
S"Coeducation" will be the pri- such as the Ku Klux Klan, which
mary topic of discussion at the creates racial intolerance and re-
twc-day conference, but the two ligious prejudices, as well as op-
g groups will enter into further posting censorship of any publica-
"wik on the problems faced byI ti. n l ida.
..th"e student govern gents, and stu-sNegroiel egtes
d nt publications at the various n delegat ra
State institutions. An FIPA committee was ap-
Convention Theme pointed in January to look into
oAt the convention held at Stet- the feasibility of inviting negro
emelastHonspri stearr nFlorida delegates from several of their
Institutions," the group posed to colleges in Floridt. This group
make "coeducation" the objective will report to the Executive Com-
theme of the 1947 conference, mittee meeting on Monday to dis-
S. "since it would fall in line with the cas lconventionwIa.ns.
concentrated drive no being
pushed prior to the opening of the Joint Meetings Slated
.-" state legislatures. The tentative schedule for the
S. .. Student government officials convention indicates that a joint
S, will discuss problems offered by meeting of the two groups will
.sthe increase student bodies andb e d on se tueraln of ahd
-* -- ,the unusual condition ns that cause be held o Frid aeoon, fol-
"Head of Man With Hat, 1936" is one of the water colors by unprecedented difficulties, lowing the registration of repre-
Diego Rivera which is included in is 35 works now on exhibition for ThOpposed To Intolerance mental ivesi at 2 o'clock. The
a month in Florida Union. This study of a Mexican type of the cele- winter convention here in Janu- i spective round-taole discussions
brated Mexican painter is among the most important and brilliant of ary, will hold a regular round- and meetings on -aturday. Spe-
his watercoloi-s. It is typical of the artist's economical and effective table discussion, formal meeting cial speakers, social functions and
use of his medium. ana act on any new publicity poli- a Ianquet will feature the confer-
cies. The young journalists went ence.

Diego Riverou's Art Goes On Exhibition In Florida Union

A great Mexican artist's evolution is illustrated in the
"Nine e n oint By9 s f K p a e Ss exhibition of drawings, pastels, and water colors by Diego
nineteen Pinned By h Kappa Sigma Rivera, which will open today for a month's showing at
Delta Delta chapter of Kappa! Jr., all from Fort Lauderdale; the Florida Union Lounge', University of Florida.
Delta Delta caper of appa Jr ll r FThis g-roup traces Rivera's development from 1921,
Sigma fraternity formally initiat- Daniel Greene, McAlpin; Wlliam became a leader of the m modern Mexican mov
ed the following men last night: T. Harrison, Jr., Palmetto; Joseph a e m e-
H. Laurence Cooper, Jr., James D. King, Winter Park; Lloyd 0. fame dit h Unio 1ae h ehad on nt an
Ie fame in the United States. Rivera, young painteijr'itethisecountry
B. Mahoney, Stanley W. Smith, I Minear, Jupiter;- David R. Pea- h i l e o ei oe h h w d w h
who is leader of Mexican Modern- who have e l ornied with him.
Jacksonville; James H. Althaus cock, Bradenton Ja ism which some authorities con- Profound Tecnique
and William Bramlette, Ocala; Al Punta Gorda; Richar JoLtord sider to be the most important Though his wide popular fame
bert E. Barrs, Jr., Richard M. Largo vilCharles L atford art development in the Western is based partly upon a pictures-
Browning, J. Call- Lee, Alfred Informal initiation was held Hemisphere, has influenced, par- lue persotariy Ritver if fr
"Happy" Sears, T- .n as E. t last Sunday night in which most ticularly in fresco painting, many lired, even among artists who do
Thompson and C. Darn Weatherly, of the above took part. not agree with him, for his pro-
found technical knowledge of
"Hapy"Seas, " n as E t astSunay igt i whch ostbctlary i frscopaitig, anyh.,red even mon arist wh d


For Your Approval, its.Nominees for the "Top Five"

Student Body Offices.

John Crews

Charlie McCarty

Neal Evans

Charlie Giller

Charles B. Fitzpatrick

These men were nominated by 40 delegates representing the following. liv-
ing groups:


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The Florida "All-Students" Party

From San Francisco
These thirty-five works, lent
fromrn the collections of the San
Francisco Museum of Art, are be-
ing circulated by The American
Federation of Arts. Rivera's early
draftsmanship, skilled but with-
out strongly marked national or
personal style, is represented by
"Girl Steeping," while the fresco
he painted for the new San Fran-
cisco Stock Exchange is perhaps
his richest and probably his most
successful work in the United
Chalk And Water Colors
Completing the -exhibition are
six examples of Rivera's draw-
ings, colored chalk and water-
colors, dating from 1935 to 1936
which illustrate his period of suc-
cess after he had established his
place as one of the best known
Mlexican artists.

TEP Adds Eight

To Pledge Class
Tau Alpha chapter of Tau Ep-
silon Phi fraternity pledged these
cight men this week: Stanley Lip-
pert, Miami Beach; Sheldon Wit-
tenstein, Orlando; Marvin Pearl-
man, Mami Beach; Irving Lichter,
St. Augustine; Jerry Shine, Lees-
burg; Joe Nadler, Miami Beach;
Ernie Wolfman, Biami Beach; and
Norman Slaff, Tampa.
Richard Kirsch was recently
elected Inter-Fraerhiity Councl
representative, while Aaron Gold-
man and Joe Reisman were ap-
pointed to the Junior IFC.

One Used Whizzer
With Bicycle
In Good Condition


City Taxes
Continued From Page ONE

the courthouse."
The commission room contained
the most demonstrative group as-
sembled there in the past several
years, and Mayor-Commissioner
Broking had to rap time and
again for order, once even advis-
ing two arguing commissioners
not to "engage in personalities."
Commissioners Butler' and J.
M. Dell, Sr., exchanged loud and
angry words for a brief spell aft-
er Butler criticized the special tax
committee for not consulting him
on certain matters
The words between the two
came after Butler said:
"I want the citizens here to-
night to know that the passing of
these taxes is the biggest step
backward that Gainesviille has
ever made. The bad p.licrty we
will get over the state will off-set
any revenue derived, and there
:.as been only one man-one man
mind you-who has continually
advocated a cigarette tax."
He called no names.
Mayor Brooking then said, ad-
dressing Butler:
"The votes of the commission
d.Ai't bear that out."
Hardly had the mayor finished
this statement when Dell told
Butler to "confine his remarks to
the truth." Butler answered that
it was the truth, tbt no wouldrl
make any remarks he desired a.t
-the commission table, anu snout-
ed: "And I won't be brow-beaten
out of it "
Answered Dell: "You can see me
any time, Mr. Batler if you really
want a brow-beating."
Claude Lee Ta!EL
Just prior to the passing of the
first ordinance -- the .amusement
tax law- Claude F. Lee, public re-
lations director for P:aramount
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Morning Mass at 7:30

Sunday Masses 8:30 and 10:30

Benediction Sunday Evening at 7:30

Stations of the Cross Friday Evening at 7:30

Confessions Saturday

7 to 9 Daily

Religious Instruction Monday Evening 7:30 p.m.



brands to take effect April 6,
but there will probably be a de-
lay of several months until the
city can obtain the necessary
3. An amusement tax of three
cents on each ticket costing be-
tween 26 and 50 cents, five
cents on those priced between
. 50 cents and $1, and eight cents
. on those selling above $1. It
takes effect April 6. Amuse-
ments sponsored for charity, ed-
ucation and religion are exempt.
4. Five-cent parking meters
in the downtown districts ex-
pected to be installed within
from 30 to 90 days.
Violations of the three new
taxes will be punishable by a
Line not exceeding $500 or a jail
sentence not to exceed 60 days. I
Parking meter violations will be
subject to the regular traffic
Commissioner J. M. Butler cast
'l-e lone dissenting vote against
1.- three taxes, but voted with
'n.u others on the parking meters.
Suit Threatened
7he fireworks broke loose when
G. Ashby, Jacksonville attor-
:ey representing the theaters, ex-
pressed the opinion that the
amusements levy was not legal
under the city charter and stat-
"We will have to meet you in


told the commission such a tax
was "unjust, unequitable, unfair,
and discriminating against thea-
tres and their patrons."
Lee told the commission he had
the advice of three competent at-
torneys that aihj a tax was not
legal and threw their- sheaf of
opinions on the commission table.
The papers were not read by the
Lee pointed out that the movies
had founded their growth on pop-
ular priced tickets within the
reach of the "common people,"
and stated that the amusement
tax was a discrimination against
He also sacl'it was incorrect to
consider movies non-essei['1al
when the government "spent $10,-
000.000 of tax-payers money to
luild theatres in every battle
a-'ea" during the war.
Students Appeal
An array of University stu-
cIont spokesmen followed Lee, led
off by Mark Howes, law student,
who said: ". I am under the,
i.npression the light plant had a
great deal to do with getting the
city in its current indebtedness.
Now I understand we have gone
farther in debt to build an addi-
tion costing a half-million dollars
"Where is the logic in going in
debt for a losing enterprise? Cit-
izens of this city should have an
opportunity to vote upon these
taxes you propose."
Howes stated that he favored
the purchase of the power rather
than the indebtedness of the new
light plant addition.
Harry Parham, University stu-
dint body president, told the com-
"mission: I'm afraid (tlhe
amusement tax) is driving a
edge into the breach of public
relations (between students and
citizens) that we will not be able
to recover from."
There were several other speak-
ers from the University voicing
their opposition to the taxes.
Butler Applauded
Commissioner Butler -brought
several rounds of applause from
the packed audience as he voiced
his objection to the amusement
ind cigarette tax. He pointed out
that a burden was going to be
placed on baseball fans here, as
we!l as attendants at other
amusemn-ios. 1

17, 1947. .

1. President Parham called meeting
to order at 7:30 p.m.
2. O'Neill gave report for bank cash-
ing facility committee.
3. Albury moved that report and
recommendation of B. C. F. commit-
tee be accepted. Motion carried.
4. Whitmore gave report for con-
vict labor committee.
5. Lucas moved to accept report
and recommendation of convict Labor
committed. Motion carried.
6, President read letter from' Na-
tional Foundation of infantile Para-
lysis to Athletic Department asking
that one sports event gate receipts be
donated to March of Dimes.
7. Smith moved that we participate
in March of Dimes program on a vol-
untary basis. Motion carried. -
8. Guy Collins was appointed to
handle contributions.
9. Sec. of Veterans Affairs Crews,
reported that Senator Srathers has
introduced a bill which will remove
the '200 salary limit from veterans in
10. O'Neill moved that Se. Veterans
Affairs compose a letter to Senator
Smathers thanking him for his work
in helping veterans in school.
11. Motion made that after due war-
ning of excessive absences, member
Harold L. Monk be expelled from the
Executive Council in compliance with
Article 4, Section 3, paragraph 2 of
the Constitution. Motion carried.
12. Motion made that Sec. of Fin-
ance be instructed to check salary of
Sam Murrell and if warranted, the re-
quisition be accepted. Motion car-
,e. Parker gave rpe)ort for fire safety
14. Lucas moved that Executive
Council send letter to University Ad-
ministration that an adequate fire
alarm system be installed on Campus.
Motion carried.
15. Parker read letter from Newman
Club asking that Executive Council
take action in obtaining a traffic
light at intersection of Univ. and Mur-
phree Ave. and further that the in-
adequate inter-city bus service as ex-
perienced on weekends, be bettered.
16. President Parham, Vice Presi-
dent Lucas and Sen. Smith will con-
tact city officials on traffic problems.
17. Meeting adjourned at 10:00 p.m.

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homns of the Sigma Nus.
Surprise announcement 'by
John Peterson, houseboy, of his
approaching marriage to Helen
Vinson, one of the Sigma Nu
fraternity's new maids, was an-
swered by a goodly shower of
wedding presents from the
The courtship had a duration
of at least a week, John Pet-
erson said. The marriage was
solemnized Sunday, March 2, at
the home of the bride.

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Dela Tau Delta Yulee Portraits Presented

Has Annual Ball s

Friday night the Club 400 will
be the scene of Delta Tau Delta's
biggest social event. The festivi-
ties mark another occurrence of
the fraternity's annual Rainbow
Banquet Opens Festivities
The Club will be especially dec-
orated for the. affair, which will
begin with a banquet at 8 o'clock
and 'develop into 'the Ball as 'the
festivities continue. Music will be
furnished by Joe Harrison and his
orchestra with special arrange-
ments of fraternity songs.
To :Choose Queen,"
Elaborate plans have been made
for the selection of a Delta Queen.
The climax of the festivities will
be marked by an interview of the
Queen over the radio program
' Insomnia Serenade." The Queen
will be presented several gifts by
the fraternity.
Sterling Favors
Special corsages, featuring the
fraternity flower, and stirling sil-
ver favors have been ordered. En-
graved invitations have been sent
to all dates.

Newell Society
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PIONEER FLORIDIANS-These two portraits of Senator David Levy
Yulee and Mrs. Yulee are recent gifts to the University of Florida by their
daughter, Mrs. Florida Yulee Neff. Senator Yulee, first United States
Senator from Florida in 1845, is one of the prominent figures in the early
history of the state. The portraits will hang in the Florida museur.x, as
valuable additions to the University's colJection of Floridiana.

Ambassadors Of Good Will

Return From 4-Day Tour
By Jack Bryan
The Universary of Florida Glee Club returned to the campus 'late


Slate Secretary Gray To

Address Young Demos

Secretary of State R. A. Gray has been tentatively en-
gaged to speak before the Young Dcmocrats Club Mon-
clay night, March 17, it was learned at last Monday
night's meeting of the club in Science Hall.
Topic of the address is unknown as yet, but the secre-
tar;y will probably touch on the
the controversial white primary
question. movement at the University as a
To Register In Gainesville reat detriment in the develop-
Report from the committee to great detriment in the develop-
investigate the plausibility of nient of our universities."
registration of students in Ala- Mr. Jenkins called on L..e Ltu-
chua County and the city of dents to support the present non-
Gainesville indicated that there coeducational stand of the state.
appeared to be nothing to prevent Max Brewer President
their registering. As a result of last Monday-
The Young Democrats are on night's elections, Max Brewer was
record as favoring the registra- ramned president of the group.
ionn of all eligible students as in- Other officers include Lania-
suraince against future difficulties Winegeart, vice president; Paul
vith the local government. Biuckman, secretary; and Walter
Jenkins Speaks Brown, treasurer.
Joe Jenkins, state ifpresenta-; Twenty-seven new members
live, in a brief address before the were added to the club, bringing
meting, labeled the coeducation ti' total membership to nearly 75.

The Nest Seven Days

E uII I rence last Sunday afternoon following a successful 4-day tour, their first
Here M ay 1 3 of the current season, which took them to Perry, Panama City, and IFRIDAY
H Tallahassee. Washington County Club, Fla. Union 209, 7:00-8:00 p.m.
They sNewell Entomological So- el T a The "Ambassadors of Good Will Carnegie Set, Fla. Union 305, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
al Florida Ento ologicalConfer- gave their 250th concert in the, Young Democratic Publicity Committee, Aud. 7:30-9:00 p.m.
ence at the University of Florida, Pledges Nineteen Taylor County High School audi-
May 1, 2 and 3. s itoriurm, Perry, on February 27. SATURDAY
To Honor G.rads byNineteen men ave been pledged Following the concert, they were Newell Entomological Society, Wauberg, 4:00-8:00 p.m.
This first post-war conference by Phi Delta Theta fraterfiity this
This first post-war conference ster. honored guests at a dance staged
will honor graduates of .the de- r hc new pledges are Mark D. by the Junior Woman's Club of SUNDAY
apartment of entomology and grad- Bartleson, Joseph E. Cofer, Wal- Pe Lutheran .Church Service, Aud., 11:00 a.m.
uate members of e the society. The er L. Crown, Robert C. Jones, rry. Poetry Hour, Fla. Union 210, 3:15-3:45 p.m.
program will consist primarily of and Henry P. Martin, Jackson- Stop In Panama City Carnegie Set, Fla. Union 305, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
papers by members of the society ville; Charles W. Baughman, and Next stop on the Glee Club itin-
on entomological work which they Gordon Ro. Tennant, Tampa; Wil-lub
had performed for the armed liam S. Bolick, Lary Cahill, Jack erary was Panama City, where the MONDAY
forces during World War II, ei- L. Meyers, and John Marsh, Mi-I inging Saurians were heard at Fla. Party Nominating, 108 Union Annex, 7:30 p.m.
other as civilians or as members of 2mi; Grover C. Bryan, Umatilla; 1two performances in ,Bay County Writer's Club, Fla. Union 208, 7:30-9:00 p.m.
the armed forces. Max B. Daughtrey and Robert E. High School, onematinee and one Glee Cl.ub Chorus, Fla. Union 209, 1:40-2:40 p.m.
Request Contact I DiBeltraband, Ft. Lauderdale; | evening, on February 28. Ph Delta Phi, Fla. Union 209, 7:00-8:30 p.m.
Members of the society who Russell A. Lampe and Stanley C. ADeltahi, Fla. Union 210, 7.00-8: p.m.
have not received a letter of an- Shaver, St. Petersburg; Daniel K. AteC spending the night in Pan Sigma Delta Chi, Fla. Union 210, 7:00-8:00 p.m.
nouncement regarding the confer- McInnis, Gainesville; Bruce C. sters move ty on to Talahsse I. R. C Fla. Union 210, 8:00-9:00 p.m.
ence are requested to communi Pearl, Fort andyers; and Frank S where the appeared before stu- Carnegie Set, Fla. Union 305, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
cate with the soety in care of d, Orlno. dents and faculty of the Florida Florida Union Dancing class, Fla. Union 305, all evening.
the Colege of Agriculture. A. & M. College f. Negroes in Amer Legion Fla. Union 308, 8:00 p.m.
D Leach a history-making concert on Sat-
r. Continue from Page One uday night March Two Continuous Shows, Aud. 12:00-1:39, 6:00-7::30 p.m.
Try the COlege -ni wa thC onteranc fomf agterna. Fiest InvitedTo A. & Gammna Sigma Epsilon, Aud. 7:30-9:00 p.m.
Tailor Shop tional education between Scandi- The 1947 Glee Club the first Seminole Staff, Fla. Union, 7:30 p.m.
navia and America. As a result that has ever been invited to '"he Alligator Staff, Fla. Union, 7:00 p.m.
Alterations arnd Repair Work of his efforts, the nuifiber of .ex- Negro institution, and Director
a Specialty change students between these John W. DeBruyn and his lads TUESDAY
countries has been steadily in- were especially anxious to. snore Pep Club, Fla. Union 208, 7:30-8:30 p.m.
creased. a, hit on this occasion.
greased Also Author That they succeeded in doing Panama City Club, Fla. Union 209, 7:30-9:00 p.m.
Author of "Scandinava and the just that was attested to by the University Women's Club, Fla. Union 21.0, 10:00-11:00 a.m.
-COLLAR turned Buttons replaced; Scandinavians," "Angevin Brit- generous applause of the huge Carnegie Set, Fla. Union 305, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Mending-Call at 526 East Mechanic am and Scandinavia" and "A Pag- audience, estimated at 1,00 or Cavaliers Pledging, Fla. Union 305, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
s to 12 mornings, Monday through an of Old S dinavia, Dr.Many of the spectators came Blue Key, Fla. Union 308, 7:30-9:00 p.m.
Friday.Leach holds A B., A.M., Ph.D., i backstage to offer their congrat- Two Continuous Shows, And. 12:00-1:30, 6:,90-7:30 p.m.
educatoda. LL.D. al and liter caes d his ulations on the performance, and Delta Sigma, Fla. Union 2.08, 8:00-10:00 p.m.
meduatoirkedbya anyd honoiteras and ree is erGor musicians were royally Carnegie Set. Fla. Union 305, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
marked by many honors and rec- entertained with a special supper TnCtioshwad.2013 6:7: p.m.
ognitions. and musical program. Two Continuous Shows, Aud. 12:00-1:30, 6:00-7:30 p.m.
THIS WEEK'S PROGRAM ... a Lutheran Church Lenten Service, Aud. 8:00-9:00 p.m.
Sm Spent Sunday In Tally
Adult 30c THE -HOMI. OF The A. & M. concert concluded THURSDAY
Child 9c ACTION PICTURES the Glee Club tour and the boys Plant City Club, Fla.. Union 208, 7:30 p.m.
-stayed in Tallahassee over Sunday
until time to board the bus foir Alpha Phi Omega, Fla. Union 209, 7:30 p.m.
TODAYONLYGainesville. i Carnegie Set, Fla. Union 305, 3:305:30 p.m.
TODAY ONLY The next trip of "Florida's Am- Florida Union Dancing Class, Fla. Union 305, all evening.
bassadors of Good Will" will carry Jr. I. F. C. Fla. Union 308, 7:30-9:00 p.m.
Gary Cooper in them to the Veterans' Hospital at
"Adventures of T c Lake City and the state prison at Two Continuous Shows, Aud. 7:00-11:00 p.m.
arco Polo" STUDENTS 35c Raiford, on Sunday, March 16. Reading Hour, West Lounge, 7:30 p.m.
Marco Polo"

Ken Curtis
"Cowboy Blues"
Ingrid Bergman in

:Bill Boyd
"Hopalong Cassidy
Returns" -

Ellen Drew in
"Sing While You
Lois Colliers in
"Wild Beauty"I

Evelyn Keyes in
Walt Disney,'s

Martha O'Driscoll
/ "Down wMissouri Way"
Johnny Mack Brown in
"Shadows On The

Penny Singleton in
"Blondie's Holiday"
Saryn Moffett in
"Child of Divorce"

Barbara Stanwyck
John Soles in
"Stella Dallas"

Gary Cooper
Lilli Palmer in
"Cloak and Dagger"


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and to their respective leaders At
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The Florida Alligator INVESTSiS9atr

B[utered as second class mail matter. January 30, 1915. at the post office
at Gainesville. Fla., under the iact of Congress of March 3, 1879.


Editor-in-chief .............. .... Morty Freedman
Managing Editor ..................... .. Walter Crews

Business Manager ...................... Edgar Davis

H4Kecutive Editor. "Pen" Gaines; Associate Editors, Johnny Jenkins,
Belh MacleiNih. Dee Van WVagenen. Johnny Walker; Assistant Editor, Ted
Shartlet; Assistant Managing Editors. Jim Gollacheek and Harold Her-
man; 14'eatares Editor, Elliot Shienfeld; News Editor, Pat Patillo; Sports
Mditer, Bernie Ward.

Assistant l ealures Editor, Marty .Luboy; Assistant News Editor,
eoerge I.owkabany; Co-Assistant Sports Editors, Jordan Bittel and Ray
Jacobson; Camuipuhs Editors, Neil Evans, Jack Harper and Sanford Schniller;
Copy Editor, Leo Selden; Proof Editor, Hill Dunlap; He-Write Editor, Jack
Bryan; Iniraniulars Editor. Bill Boyd; Society Editor, Jean Whitmore;
Amusements Editor, Les Gleichenhaus; Exchange Editor. Lou Meisel;
Office iManager. Shep Faber: Head Typist, Leo Os.heroff; Music Editor,
Gerald Clarke: Fraternity Editor, Hoirance Davis.

Kean icehatrds, Assisiant Business Manager: Albert Carlton, Advertis-
ing Manager; Walter Martin,. Collection Manager; George Gillespie. Book-
skeper: John Bonner, Circulation Manager; Ted Vetter, Assistant Circu-
lation Manager; Walter Bro'.'n. Office Manager; Oharles Eldredge, Chick
Valvit, Rudy Thornberry, Jordon Ansbacher, Solicitors.

City Commission Passes New Taxes

Last night the controversial city taxes on cigarettes,
amusements and utilities were -finally passed by the
Gainesville City Commission by a vote of 4 to 1 with Com-
missioner Jim Butler dissc, ting.
This marked the first major defeat of the anti-tax
forces headed by such student leaders as Student Body
President Harry Parham and Secretary for Veteran Af-
fairs John Crews, and by such outstanding Gainesville
civic leaders as the head of the, Junior Chamber of Com-
merce and the editor of the Gainesville Sun, among others.
Now is the time for us to pause ,and. reflect on our
course from here on out.
There is a good chance, according to Mr. Ed Roberts,
city manager for Paramount Theatres, that an injunction
against the amusement tax may be. obtained before the
law goes into effect in 28 days from now. The petition
for injunction is based on many legal opinions to the ef-
fect that the Gainesville city charter does not allow the
commission to pass such a tax -. Mr. Roberts, stating that
he "has just begun to fight," promises to take the case to
the Florida Supreme Court if necessary.
Nevertheless, the possibility remains that the. cigarette
and even the amusement tax may, and probably will, be-
*come, effective in less than one month from today. We
must slate our course on that assumption.
We advocate first, that every eligible student register
now to vote in the next city or county elections. The reg-
istration books are now open. If you are over 21, have
six months residence here, and say that you intend to live
in Gainesville, you are eligible to register and vote here,
regardless of whether or not you have registered in an-
other town.
We advocate that plans and strategy be laid by student
government officials whereby the. campus area may be
assured of one commissioner at least, representing the
University in the City Commission.
We advocate the. setting up of cigarette machines in
every building on campus, from which cigarettes can be
purchased at 20 cents per pack.
We advocate that plans be made for first-run movies
on campus in the event that the Roberts injunction is not
granted. It should be remembered, however, that the the-
atres were leaders' in fighting this tax, therefore we be-
lieve that until such time as they fail in their legal fight
to hold off the taxes, the campus picture shows should
merely in the planning stage.
Last but not least, we urge that the student body not
heap their resentment on the people of Gainesville, most
of whom fought the. taxes and supported the University
students' stand. It should be remembered that these taxes
were imposed by four city commissioners, and, while we
do not believe that they were malicious in their actions, it
would at least seem that they were rather pig-headed.

A Matter of Policy

Much ado ha's been made lately by harassed campus
politicians over the "biased" stand of the FLORIDA AL-
LIGATOR on the campus political situation. In order to
clear up this misunderstanding, let it be understood that
the editor of this paper promised those who selected him
that the news columns of the ALLIGATOR would be. un-
biased but that the right of editorial expression would be
- reserved for the editorial column.
The following quotation from the policies of the Miami

"I woer w a 'PARTY ro AmNy
E LC. i .-rio P. "

By Les Gleichenhaius
new pic at Florida this Sunday. A rare piece. Sort of a soap opera se
to music-or "John's Other Piano." In this, Republic's (don't. flinch
finest and most expensive technicolored showing ,to date, one will find
Rachmaninoff's 2nd Piano Converto or "Full Moon and Empty Arms,
a Bach Toccata and Fugue, Beethoven's Appassionata, a Schuber
Moment Musical, Mendelssohn's Rondo Capriccisoso, the great Bal
lade in G minor by Chopin, the Love Death from Wagner's Thrista:
and Isolde and there is even a bit of the Brahms Lullaby and the Villa
Lobos version of a Brazilian folksong to round a magnificent musical
score. This is a MUST for C-5 students.
CRUSING AROUND-Our local colored hospital is a fine source o
hospitall humor (natch). The latest concerns a colored lady who, ask
Ed if she had ever been X-Rayed. "No Sir," she replied, "But I hav
been altra-violated" Kappa Alpha's "Secede From the Unio:
Weekend" starts tonight with the amiable gents squiring some 15
gb'gus Cotillion gals who will frolic with their eager Confederates o
the spacious KA lawn Columnist Dorothy Thompson tearing int
some Baked Virginia Ham in the Primrose and at the same time drink-
ing water and flicking ashes at her press-agent-again we say Mis
Thompson is a very remarkable woman if not a remarkable woman i
not a remarkable news analyst. Richard Maxwell (Noted Gospe
Singer) and four lovelies singing the "Anniversary Song" in the Cof
fee Pot .
While ,the Emory University Glee Club was enroute from St. Peters
burg to Atlanta they dined at the Primrose here in G'ville and sang fo
their dinner-quite a thrilling performance What's happened t
the heat in the new University Library annex?-not even a smudg
pot. Upstairs one has to grope around with a plumber's candle to fin
books along the shelves-lack of light bulbs. Sigmund Romber
and his 55 piece orchestra-MVIonday Evening in the George Washingto
Hotel . '"Oscar Wilde once wrote," said the fellow dreamily, a
he parked his car, "that the world is a comedy to him who thinks an
a tragedy to him who feels." "Well"? said the gal. "Well" continue
the fellow, shutting off the lights, "I think I'm about to get tragic"..
Most Gators agree that "The Razor Edge" is one of the finest pic
they have seen in a long ,time "Blue Skies" tonight at the Flor
ida-should be seen if only to hear those famous Berlin songs and thi
antics of Billy de Wolfe ... "Sun Valley Serenade''-an oldie bu
worth seeing over again featuring the music of the late G. Miller aln
his boys-Tuesday at Florida "Notorious" with Bergman at Lyr:
Sunday .... Claude Murphree in concert Sunday at four in the Un
versity Auditorium Latch on to Perry Watson and his music
makers-just about the most scintallating college grcup we've hear
in a long time-strictly pro FSCW Glee Club hitting town th
week .. and in closing we recite a little ode dedicated to J. Russe
-Murga,troyd was a cow more athletic than mudderly, she hoppe
a picket fence and was destroyed-udderly.

Herald and Chicago Daily New.s illustrates more clearly
our position on policy. :The quotation is from Mr. Joh
S. Knight, publisher'of the Herald and News:
"We strive to meet the highest standards of journal
ism. We try to keep our news columns factual and un
biased, reserving our own personal opinions for the editor
rial page, where they belong. It is true that we make mis
takes. So does every other- newspaper that isn't afraid o
its own shadow. When our facts are shown -to be faulty
we make amends cheerfully and resolve to do better nex
time. We do. not operate it in the interests of any clas,
faction or political party. We .are .ourselves, free an
our paper shall be free-Free.-as-t-he ''Constitution w. -en
joy-Free to truth, good manners anid good sense. W
shall be for whatever measure is best adapted for defend
ing the rights and liberties of the people and advancin
useful knowledge. We shall labor at all times to inspire
the people with a just,and proper sense of their ownC-oi
edition, to point out to-them their true interest and rous
them to pursue it."'

All Over


With Elliot Shienfeld
There has been a great deal of
talk recently in regard to bringing
coeducation to the U. of F. and
furthering this school's reputation.
This is truly a noble endeavor and
warrants every students interest
and active participation. This
week we tune our tired typewrit-
er, to sing the woes of those who
have suffered because the nation-
wide lack of vital statistics in re-
gard to the U. of Florida. Many a
journeying cracker has been
amazed by the blank stares as he
receives when proudly boasting of
our beloved campus.
"What college do you go to?"
asks an Ohioan or a. Massachus-
"The University of Florida," you
proudly reply.
"'Boy, you certainly, are a lucky
sonofagun!!" is the stock retort.
"I can just see you lounging on
a white-sand beach; bathing beau-
ties all around ." -
"No, not-quite like that," you-
interupt. "You see the school isn't
on the seashore. It's in Gaines-
) "Where's that?"
d "In the north central part of the
-t "Oh! Well anyway, you certain-
ly must have some beautiful wo-
men there."
n "Yes, we kinda import them
- now and then," you stumble "but
,1 you see, we don't have coeduca-
"What!!? ?!??"
3f "Not coeducation in the strict
- sense of the word," you, falter.
e "What do you mean?"
n, "Well, .they allow girls on cam-
0 pus only under certain it .t io.t'ii.
n 'Of course, veterans wives are al-
o lowed, but single girls must be
over twenty-one, take only Phar-
ss macy, or law, be members of the
f Lonely Hearts Club and W.C.T.U.
el be good Democrats, and twice a
f- week show a-board of review their
disdain for things other than pop-
ularizinz the 'large economical
size' and the acrvancement of
3r Pharmacognacy".a m
to By now you ai-e a aeep scarlet"
'e mass of humiliation. The non-
d cracker smiles a knowing smirki
g "I really didn't know things
g were like that at Florida," grins
n the outsider.
Is You want to spout- the many
d, advantages we enjoy, but a lump
' in your throat prevents any flow
of words. Miserably you slink out
Sof sight.
Cs We are proud of heritage. Let us
r- enrich what we have and proudly
assert ourselves before our fellow
e man.
it *
ic FENDED: It has been brought to
our attention that last week's was
i- misconstrued by a few as a slur
c- upon a professional class. This
cd inference is most unfortunate as
is our column is dedicated entirely
is to jest and good fellowship. This
11 fact was stated with due defer-
.d ence in the disputed article. How-
ever, if further clarification be in
order we humbly state: for those
whom we have offended we extend
y our sincere regard and apology.
l f Commerce member to another
as they both float down the town's
main street:-
0- "You know, I believe if the pre-
S- cipestation got any thicker it would
3f be raining." '




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Letters To The Editor

Protests "Hush-Hush" Practice
Dear Morty:

Just returned from an attempted, looksee at the new football team
of ours, and it's still the same old story-"Sorry, fellows, but this's
closed practice today."
Last year everyone was enthusiastic about the new team and coach
we had, and rightly so. I like the coach, and liked the team. They
didn't have a very successful season, as seasons go, but I think made a
creditable showing. -One thing heard a lot was that the student body
wouldn't support the team when it was losing. In the summer prac-
tices we could watch and become familiar with the boys on the
squad, but as the- season progressed we began ,to hear the short story
This year seems to be started off in the same way with the exception
of everyone going out and watching, and, I believe, the number of
games lost. We'll have a much better season this time, but how about
the student support angle ? Are we to regard the team as some chattel
of the University's, or are we tono.ok upon them as "the boys"?
I like the game very much; arid io one can get more worked up at
one than I, but I dislike having. to look at the program to identify
my own team? Have only been to two workouts, and go,t turned
away at both. Let's have a i 'm.- -i:.r relationship between the squad
and other students;. -.
S, -- A Would Be Fan
E. 0. Friday.

Asks Questions -- Gets Answers
Dear Mr. Freedman, .
Would you please answer the -following ?
1. Why does the ALLIGATOR, which is supposed to be non-par-
tisan, devote "a substantial part of its editorial page, to a denuncia-
tion of the two major political parties on the Campus, and yet extoll
the merits (?) of the Florida Party? Don't you think that ,the ALLI-
GATOR should be non-partisan inasmuch as all Florida students are
required to contribute to the cost thru the Student Activity Fee ?
Or do you think that we students-should furnish you with a mouth-
piece for airing your own peculiar V'iews? Haven't you heard? The
other parties pay for their o.ii pioparin.I.l, why can't you?
2. These Florida Party leaders: they all claim that they're anti-
frati nitr,', yet its'President, B6b -Ghiotto is an S.A.E-., and another
officer, Joe Black- is an S.P.S.', ar-di:you Mr. Editor, one of the brain
trusts of the Florida. Party, are a Pi Lambda Phi. If you want us
to believe all this business about-"eing 'individuals' and anti-fratern-
ity, how about a public denounciation of your membership in said fra-
ternities? How about living up to those. 'idealistic and hon-
orable principles' by washing your hanas of your trrternity member-
ship, now and forever.
Paul McKenzie
University Station.

(EDITOR'S NOTE: In answe'i-o reader McKenzie, who in spite of
his signature and given address is listed by the Registrar's office as
Oscar Paul McKenzie, a member and resident of the Sigma Nu fra-
ternity, we will first say 'trat we have supported the Florida Party
as we would have supported any-group which along last will offer
the average student a chance -toa-take part in student government
without being a member of the'very select party "inner sanctum".
As for the ALLIGATOR'S n:.-rartiari;nstirp. we refer Mr. McKenzie to
today's editorial on policy. If Mr. M': K-nr,- had been at the open meet-
ings of the Florida party, rathe-r th3a i teiing on "some Gator Party
big shots," for his information,. as he had admitted to us, he would
have heard Ghiotto and Black d,..:1Ar. on several difference occasions
that-they had been affiliated with fraternities on other campuses. They
have never denied this fact but have emphasized that they are not
affiliated with any fraternity chapters on this campus. They also make
it clear that, far from being antifraternity,. they have invited every
campus fraternity to join the Florida Party minus their "block"
status. Not only was this invitation refused, but it was made clear
that no fraternity would allow its members to be nominated by the

Florida Party. As for the editor of the ALLIGATOR, Mr. McKenzie,
the 40 delegates chosen by members of .this student body do not
need a: "brain trust," particularly when the "brain truster" is not an
official member of their party. As for fraternity affiliation this writ-
er is as proud today of his membership in Pi Lambda Phi as he was
on ,the day he was initiated and-doesn't care who knows it).

"Got uh

Dear Sir:
Kindly p
My request
by Miss TI
I eliberate f
"The me
their select
27th. In or
lectual hon
ing names

S -- By Barbara Wickham
Tally Correspondent
-- of the big musical production we
,f -. ,are going to have in April. The
d \ f prizes; steak dinner, "show, and
best looking date on campus are
going to be enjoyco 'ny a brother-
S -'1 t sister team, Jane and Jack Thom-
as from West Palm Beach, who.
submitted the winning entry.
ARTY, PARTY is going to
S''be the theme of next quarter
S here at FSCW. This is fair
-. warning of four big dances-Ihe
Jr.-Sr. Prom, Sandspur, Pan-
Hell and May Day-which are,
'- .. all set for four straight week-
RUMOR HAS iT that Sprin'"
Frolics is the wNeek-end of Apri
man, paw! Says he's a fraternity pledge from 26. i hope this is not true 'aus,
Florida who got lost on a road trip-" that is the date of our Pan- .
lenic week-end and all the tic'L(
have been bought and the b',:
Dean Hudson, already enga-
SBilbo, T madge, Here t's conflicts like this that
ts Bilbo, Talmadge, Here ruin both week-auids.
DEAD WEEK starts Miodlr'
publish the following note in the next issue of the Alligator. You know, that is a quaint 't
t is based on the fact that every important assertion made tomn we have to get in the mn iv
hompson on February 27th was either a misrepresentation or for exams. The week bef ,r
falsehood: exams is declared dead ald .n;
meetings are allowed so that;
embers of the Lyceum Council are to be congratulated on you are supposed to have time
action of Miss Dorothy Thompson as speaker on February to study.
der to keep the lecture series on the same high level of intel- lee Club is a.ying a return vis-
iesty, integrity and broad mindedness I suggest the follow- it to your campus. They'll be-
as next lecturers: Herman Talmadge and Theodore Bilbo." there tomorrow night aftei
Cordially, singing here tonight. Don't
Co miss it. 'cause they are plenty
A. A. Bless. good again this season.

The Po/iticoes Battle It Out

By Harold Herman
Dixie Publicity Direclor
'IThe petition presented to the
Honor Court, asking that the part
of the election law stating that
political parties shall not receive
fund from any other source than
those stated in the law be declar-
ed unconstitutional, is detrimental
to campus politics. If that section
is stricken completely from the
law, it would allow political par-
ties to run amuck with campaign
funds and defeat th'e purpose of
the democratic principles which
govern campus politics. The Dixie
party, seeing the evil of this peti-
tion, will present to the Executive
Council the following solution to
the problem: Strike out the last
sentence of that section and insert
in its place a rule where political
parties may receive funds from
any qualify ed source, but the funds
be limited to $50.
About 20 percent of the people
of Florida voted in the last elec-
tion, according to Joe Jenkins,
State Representative from Ala-
chua County. This can be brought
in-close correlation with the small
percentage of student voters that
go to the polls on election day. Ef-
forts of good political parties
have an effect on the good stu-
dent government that would re-
ult from the election of capable
and qualified men proposed by the]
party. The Dixie Party realizes
the importance of students in vot-
ing for their officers and will pre-
sent a representative and qualified
,slate of candidates for election.
Dixie has in the past presented
qualified and capable men and will
continue to do. so in the future.
University College students will
have an opportunity to place a
large number of men on the Exec-
utive Council. In order, to have
representative government it will
be their duty not to let this op-
portunity pass. Students' should be
at the polls on election day. The
Dixie slate of candidates will con-
tain a true representation of the.
student body. i

By Sherwood Stokes By Harold Smith
Florida Publicity Staff Gator Publicity Director
This week the Florida Party, for From where I sit with all these.
the first time in the history of daggers in my back it is difficult.
this campus, gave men from all to write on political subjects, ,
I must revert to C-3. The 30C(
sections of the campus a chance ,ords allotted to this column a-
to choose their own candidates for hardly enough to overcome ti.,
student body offices. effect of 300 words plus the ed'l-
Over 40 delegates from Mur- oral columns of the rGator tha
phree, Fletcher, Thomas, Sledd, devoted to the radicalpart
phree, Fletcher, Thomas, Sledd,. here on thle campus. Back to C-:"
Bt ckinan, Temporary Dorms, 'now, we'll paraphrase a few horn.
Flavet I, Flavet II, Cooperative liese:
Living Organization, Georg-a -ca- "Dost heefore art thou Roeo
gle Hall. Trailvet I, Trailvet II, Dost thy not know-
Gator Hots and Gainesville Stu- e 'A man cannot serve two ma
dents, were elected by their re-
spective living groul;s and repre- "Caesar was ambitious .
senting these groups, nominated was a grievous fault."
five of the finest men on campus "Thou hungerest; we gave yet
to run as Florida Party candi- foud; thou thirstest; we gave you.
dates. drink."
The convention held by the "Blow thou winter wind, th,.
Florida Party Tuesday night was art not half so unkind as mar -
a little slow moving and much was ingratitude."
made of this fact by members of "Consistency, thou aft a jewei
opposition parties. Anything that "Greater ambition hath no mi,t
is worth having is difficult to at- than this, that he lay down ii,:-
ta'n this is true of the demo- friend for a public office."
cratic procedure which we are at- Romeo above will find it diti,
tempting to inaugurate on the cult t, justify to the thinkir.L
campus for the first time. The voters of this campus that Ii 1
delegates at the convention did gleefully accepting the nomin;.i
not pretend to be the slick, tion of the Gator party last sun,
shrewd "Boss Tweeds" which the nier, and his equally gleeful acce "
campus has known in the past. tance of the nominations of bo'e
One of the opposition parties, the minor party and the radital
already indulging in the usual po- element on the campus at ti -
ti-cal miud-slinging, has termed present time were impelled .:i
l'tial *d-siing, has termed anything other than overcoming ;
the Florida Party the "radical" an t ing personal ambition rc
party. According to Webster's a "it was a grievous fault." ambiti
radical in politics is "one who ad- grievously will Romeo pay for ,
vocates sweeping changes in law if he intends to use the samn-
and methods of government with -,nhods and scruples (or lack .-
the least delay changes that them) in his future political an..
it is believed will equalize social bitions.
conditions or remedy evils arriv- The Gator party will contintm
ing from them." its policies of moderation and piuo.
If that be radical the Florida gressive action in presenting tie
Party stands as such, for that is chest' men to maintain the campus:
just w\lat we will attempt to do of Florida for the true Southern
remedy the corrupt practices traditions for which it has a
n politics at the earliest moment, ways stood.




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Dorothy Thompson Blames rcal

Crisis On Conflict Of Ideas Pledoes 10 Men


ves, who are interested in all
pes of dramatics, either direc-
r of acting, or any other form of
ige production, are requested to
eet at the Florida Union on
esday nights, O'Neal stated.
tentatively plans indicated that
t show will be staged the first
ek in May.

Try the College Inn
Tailor Shop

Alterations and Repair Work
a Specialty

By L. B. Selden we
Students seen walking about the
Quoting General George C. Marshall that "the present situation is campus in brightly colored berets
more critical today than in the first days of the war," Miss Dorothy with orange and blue ribbons
Thompson, noted newspaper columnist, author, radib commentator, around their necks are the new
and lecturer spoke before a large pledges of Gargoyle, honorary ar-
audience of students and faculty d chitectural fraternity. The 10
last week. "The reason for this Candidates pledges are required to wear these
slate of cries is the profound con- items of distinction for a week
flict between democracy and Corn- Continued From Page ONE p riorto their initiation on March
mumsm," Miss Thompson pointed Fitzpatrick, Florida; Ken Jones, 11.
out. Gator, and Leon McKim, Dixie. Four Divisions For School
". Crisis Started Months Ago" For Honor Court chancellor: The School of Architecture and
"Our crisis actually started Dick Broome, Gator; Nell Evans, Allied Arts has actually four sep-
many months ago 'when (1) the Florida, and George Kates, Dixie. a r a t e divisions, Architecture,
principles of the Atlantic Charter For Honor Court clerk: Charlie Building Construction, Painting
were undetermined, (2) when this Giller, Florida; Dick Wycke Ga- and Landscape Architecture and
country's assumptions concerning ler all of these divisions are repre-
the wartime cooperation and fi- tor, and J. 0. Macbeth, Dixie. sented in the new Gargoyle pledge
delity between the Allies would Crews' Record group.
continue in peacetime proved Crews, the Florida-Dixie nomi- Pledges Announced
false,' and (3) when the Russian nee, is one of the first men in President Dick Wyke announces
promise that the Comintern would campus history to be nominated the following men as pledges:, Wil-
be dissolved was exposed to be by two parties. 'He is a former liam S. Latsko, Gainesville; Hill
only temporary." summer chancellor of the Honor Stiggins, Orlando; William H. Sei-
Miss. Thompson declared that Court, is at present-'secretary for bert, Jacksonville; Maurice S.
there is "not a faint breath left veteran affairs as well as one of Weintraub, Miami; Howard F. Al- i
in the Atlantic Charter" since the the general chairmen of the "Corn- lender, St. Petersburg; and Rob-
signing of the Italian peace trea- mittee of Sixzy-seven" and along ert L. Pearson, Tampa, students
ty. She further asserted that it with Harry Parham, present Stu- in architecture. Ralph B. Eckles,
is obvious that "Russia has used dent Body President, has spear- Sanford, Landscape Architecture;
the war for the aggrandizement of headed the attack against the city Jose J. Rodriguez, Bogota, Colom-
territory." cigarette and amusepment taxes iia, Building Construction; and
"In Dangerous Position" passed Wednesday. H. Forrest Smith, Palatka, Paint-
"These false assumptions" have Stanley's Record ing. Sadi Koroturk, of Turkey,
left us in a very dangerous and Stanley was secretary-treasurer a student during Gargoyle's inac-
equivocable position," the famous of the Student Body last summer, ti years, now a professor of ar-
lecturer pointed out, and added and was active in both the Co-op pledged at this time.
that, "I don't know why people Grocery committee and the Mur-
fea- Russia It is only our phree lhous'ng committee which
weakness, and not Russia's aided in securing Flavet III. He is ityS
strength, that has put us in this president of Phi Eta Sigma, fresh- Vanrety S OW
position. We just don't use any man scholastic fraternity, and was Contmueot rom Page ONE
'political sense', for Europe is be- a freshman group leader last sum-
ing controlled by just a handful mer. appointed business manager; and
of Communists, a very small mi- Both Crews and Stanley are Johnny Walker was selected to
nority, and many of whose real married veterans with excellent serve as advisor.
esthare r nown in the con- war records. Stanley is in law Script Writers Listed
u ethey ru le."e school and Crews is in arts and Among those who have been en-
Must Retain Oar System sciences, gaged as script writers, with oth-
Miss Thompson closed by say- The line-up on fraternity and er students to be named later, in-
tng that "We will be all right pro- independent men is as follows: elude: Elliot Shienfeld, Bruce
vided: (1) We look firmly and Florida Party, all independents; Williams, Harold Seckinger, Mar-
clearly at what's happening in the Dixie Party, Kates and MacBeth ty Lubov, Ed Klein. Ed Swann
world, and recognize the great both members of Chi Phi, Crews, Lou Aronovitz and Milton Oshens.
dangers to the U. S.; (2) We must Durrance and McKim indepen- The musical portion of the pro-
stick to our own political system dents; Gator Patry, Brooks of duction will be hendled by Joe
of 'just contracts,' opportunity, Phi Delta Theta, Wyke of Kap- Harrison and Perry Watson.
bettand justice, for our system is a pa Sigma and Stanley, Broome Songs, with original and unique
betterunism and more advanced system and Jones independents. Flcrida lyrics, will be introduced
Sless civilized conception of All three parties have sched- at the show.
less civilize conception of gov- ued nominating meetings for nex; Meet On Tuesdays
lerne nt; (3) We must not neg- eek to select the remainder of All students, including veterans'
in collect ur defenses, or place trust th 60-odd offices and stake in the
false assumptions; and (4) We coming campus elections.
must so order our economy as to CITY S -
eliminate the boom-depression CITY DRUG
cycle, which can be eliminated PC Club To HearCo
within our own political concep- O
tion of government." Hon. Ed Stokes Prescription

The Honorable J. Ed Stokes, Specialists
M urphree Plays representative to the state leg-
A isiature from Bay County, will North Side Square
Again Sunday address Bay County students at
a, meeting of the Panama City Phone 1366
For his Sunday afternoon recit- Club, Tuesday night, March 11,
al at 4 p.m. this week at the Uni- in Room 209 of the Florida Un- MOTORCYCLE
versity auditorium, Claude Mur- ion at 7:30 p.m. All students
phree, University organist, an- from Bay County are urged to DELlVERY
ounces a varied program of 18th attend.
century and modern works.
Beginning with "Rigaudon" by
Campra, the program continues: / 7
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and Jig Fugue, Bach; Rural
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the Good Shepherd, Diggle; Caril- COLD WINTERS NOW?- WHY
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Snsearch out-stations in other types THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR 9
Forestry School Trains Men of forests over the State, such as-- --
orestryatropical forestry, and river bottom *Ci I

To Protect State's Woods areas; and promotion of a spnecd a V War IS Over But
x .. .. Department of Game and Wildlife
Florida' rapidly vanishing timoer supply and forest products being Management. Kf e r U
attributed to lack of trained leadership in forestry, the University of Try For Game Increase A SeCede From Unif f
Florida Echool of Forestry.has recently set as its goal the graduation The idea that game can be in-
of 25- to 50 foresters each year as its part in rebuilding gone of Florida's creased as a crop is the basic rea- The Civil War may be over, but
most important industries. son for the Game and Wildlife some 208 Kappa Alphas repre-
Although Florida has a larger othe university campus proper, Management Department which phiZ 1 sending almost a square city block
forest acreage than any other and the latter 15 miles south of would train men for state, feder-, of land have given fair warning to
Southern state, it is becoming, ac- Palatka. al, and private, game and wild- the President of the United States
cording to a recent survey, a net the Austin Cary Forest stu- life administration and manage- i f lf thatthhey intend to secede from
timber importing state, producing dents work in half-day forestry meant. The Welaka. Forest with its th e U union for 48 hours beginning secede from
yearly only one-fifth of a normal labs in silviculture, management, ment The Welaka Fo the Unon for 48 hours be ng
crop. logging, lumbering, nursery prac- came equipment and quail hatch- Alpha Zeta, national agricul- Friday night.
Growth Increases twice, forest protection, and the series would be an ideal scene for 'iral honorary and professional The occasion causing the friend-
Yet, the survey maintains, that like, on a scale large enough to field research in this department, fraternity, reopened its doors for ly secession is the Kappa Alpha's
if forestry-trained leadership were compare with commercial practice. officials of the School of Forestry business. on the Florida campus
present, backed by better state The forest also has a. new farm ofcials of the School of Forestry i on the Flor campu 42nd annual Plantation Ball
The forest also has anewfarm for the first time in over three
and national cooperation in fire sawmill for experimental and dem- point out, and Florida with its years at a recent meeting. At this week-end. According to fraternity
protection, the annual .forest onstration work, a new tractor for lure for Northern tourists should meeting, new members were elect- tradition the Conference flag will
growth in Florida could be in- logging and road building, a small be in the forefront of leadership ed for the present semester, and be run up at ceremonies of seces-
creased from five-to tenfold and forest tree nursery, and a summer in the restoration of its game and were initiated at the subsequent sion set for 6 p.m. Friday on the
the gross forest product value camp of five buildings where stu- meeting.
could be increased from around 65 dents study forestry problems and fish supply. New Ini.tes lawn of the chapter house.
million ,to over 500 million dol- practices firsthand and under con- Continuing Experiments Those initiated include: Truman, Marshall Invited
lars. editions similar to those in which Continuing experiments now in Joe N. Busby, Gifford N. Rhod- In addition to a wire sent to
Recognizing the serious need they will work as foresters, progress on the Austin Cary For- er, Robert J. Barry, Robert W. President Truman notifying him
for foresters in a state that cur- 1Own Sawmill, Hatchery e
or foresters in a state that cur Own Sawmill, Hatchery es n estin r Douglass, Thomas B. Mack, J. of the secession, a similar notice
woodsmen, and that could00 trallow- The University's Wildlife Forest est include forest thinking; re-Ray Bridges, Stewart H. Fowler, was sent to Secretary of State
ing one forester that c ould-allow- located on the St. John's River is planting scrub oak on sand areas David R. French, William C. Gib- General George C. Marshall, a
ing one forester to 20, acres ofUniver- equipped with a sawmiff, logging with pine; study of the effect of sonu, Robert A. Hibbs, James F. KA alumnus, telling him of his
foiest Fandorestry School,100, ha Uaccept- equipment, and a student-camp, as fertilizers and chemical soil treat- Littman. Gnenn J. Rawls, John N. appointment as "Chief of Staff
ed as its first responsibility the well as an adequately. equipped ments on seedlings; ana co-pera- Ross,arren K. Trotter. Swanson, and of the Confederate forces at Fortesi
training of men to meet the state's quail hatchery. The forst is un- Warren K. Trotter. Kappa Alphal" Both the Presi-
vital need.m der long-time lease fron the U. S. tive tests with several chemical Frazier President dent and General Marshall have
viTwo Forests Maintained Department of Agricult1ire and re- companies of timber treated with In a special meeting called for been invited to attend the cere-
tAs ao laborestorys Manforain fing orestation plots have been laid different preservatives against de- the purpose, Frazier V. Rogers, of monies and review the "troops".
these men the University main- out and number foresy termtesAlpha Zeta for the coming year. Pattern for the Plantation Ball
trains two 2,000-acre forestsAus- un in a number of forest plant- Most of the research work of Elected to assist him were: J. Ray and week-end is a return to the
tin Cary and ,the Welaka Wildlife .ng to the tw forests a the Schol of Forestry has.been in- Briages, of Polk City, Censor; costumes and customs which were
Forest-the first within 10 miles cidental to class problem and sum- CGerald E. Toms of Hialeah, in use during the old Southern
new Forest Products Laboratory mer camp work, as the School has Scribe; John N. Ross of Gaines- plantation parties. Sideburns,
on ,the campus has been equipped had no research budget nor speci- vile, Treasurer; and James F. goatees and heavy mustaches will
ALTERATIONS with a. modern dry kiln and an fic allocation of men or time for Littman, of Stuart, Chronicler. be in abundance for ,the affair as
experimental pressure timber pre- research. However, improvement Dr. Senn Heads Advisors the result of weeks of planned
Made to Measure Clothes servative treating cylinde with of this situation has been promis- Dr. P. H. Senn was chosen to beardgrowing by the KAs. Con-
all accessory apparatus. If new ed in the School's forthcoming head the faculty advisory commit- ederate uniforms will be worn
methods can be developed here for budget. In addition, graduate stu- tee, and1 eleted to assist him )when the "rebels" greet their
L seasoning and tretng nts we .:: pt in 146 for were P,:f Oates, Prof. L. K., hoop-skirted guests.
42 W. Uiversitytiful but now rejected species of the first time and grad e re- Arrington, and Prof. J. C. Drig-' Events Announced
trees as the water oak and sap search majors have been started, ers Events scheduled for the week-
pond cypress, millions can be add- the first two of which deal with end include the selection and pres-
S, 4 -.: ed to the forest product come second growth longleaf pine and u d entation of the "Kappa -Alpha
Rof the South Work On Pines pond-cypress. WLOSOAnd Found Rose," from among the dates
New methods are also being Headed, By Newins LOST: -1-47, blue kid loves at present at the Ball Saturday night
sought by the School of Forestry The University School of Fores- THo-l (club. Will student who found -a Confederate Cotillion followed
for transplanting and stimulating try, headed by Director Harold them please return. by the "Kappa-cabanna Review"
the early growth of longleaf pine Newins, offers to its graduates a LOST: 2 2-2:., black wallet with in- and breakfast Friday night; a
seedlings so as to make it more Bachelor of Science in Forestry itials "1.s. picnic Saturday afternoon and a
nearly approach slash, pine in ear- and to its graduate students a I Io(T: 2-27-47. dark iu e Parker pen buffet supper following the Ball
ly timber production. Should this Master of Science in Forestry. The lwweeon liprarv and temp. drn'; Sunday morning.
.4, J L --"' be accomplished, forestry special- Florida School is one of 18 in the e i I "General ,Orders"
ists say that it would revolutionize nation and of three southern un- I : 17. lampusd lver Kappa Alphas who have been
reforestation in the South. dergra.duate forest schools on ,the cP n n ci nous.ok named on "General orders" or du-
Future plans for the School of accredited list of the National 'Otai:ing Tre- syllabls andl aboutok 3 ties during the "ecession" include
Forestry, which was added to the Society of American Foresters. Its packages of paper. "Colonel" Paul McLeran, Tampa,
College of Agriculture curriculum graduates are equally eligible with LO'T: 2-24- 7. small green stripes social chairman; "Major" Glen At-
.?m in 1935 and made a professional any other forestry school graduates Parker pe'n between Temporary D)orm kinson, Jacksonville, decorations;
school in 1937, call for expansion to immediate membership in the A and Feabody. "Major" Ken Musgrave, Tampa,
A, of the school nursery in coopera- S. A. F., or for Civil Service ex- LTOST: 2-2G'-47. bIlnk leather wallet invitations and programs; "Ma-
'XO I Ition with the State Forest Serv- together for a more effective ed- with initials "A.TT.T." jor" Rex Farrier, Jr., Tampa,
IN THE BOXTOcDAY ice; establishment of forestry re- ucation in the state. LOST: 3-3-47, black and silver Park- publicity; "Major" William Fra-
I Send two-send four-a or 51 pen with gold pocket clip. zier, Jacksonville, food and mon-
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Over 100 Candidales Try

Out For Baseball Team

Old Man Baseball returned to the University of Flor-
ida campus Monday, March 3, as over 100 aspirants re-
ported to Coach Sam McAllister for the first practice of
the season.
. It is expected that it will take about a week to deter-
mine definitely how many boys will actually be out and
.-vhat positions they are best quali- led themselves very well, but there
filed for. In the meantime Coach will be nothing definite until af-
'M.cAllister is putting the candi- ter batting practice which is
dates through general drill and slated to start the end of the
*conditioning exercises, v;eek.
Much Talent Present Positions Told
Theie seems to be much out- Estimating the disposition of
,standing talent present among the the candidates according to posi-
season's hopefuls. A great deal of tions; 28 catchers, 14 catchers and
this talent comes from six vet- infielders, 9 first basemen, 14
crans of previous Gator teams, second basemen, 18 short-stops,
'vwo of which are lettermen. They 15 third basemen, and about 17
,.-re: lettermen Joe Stangry, pitch- outfielders reported for the first
er and Fred Camp, second base; practice.
.nd Tommy Spicola, pitcher; Ben- It was announced that, although
ny Swarez, catcher' and Walt the Gators' schedule is still in-
Bravo, outfielder. Other outstand- complete, the first game will be
ing candidates at this point noted played in Gainesville with Green
-by McAllister were catchers Min- Cove Springs on Saturday, March
,-e-. Barnes, Bishop and Lindgren, 15. However, Coach McAllister
frnd pitchers McRae and Adams, hopes to have a practice game
\vho both played while in the ser- with a squad from the Atlanta
vice. Several infielders also hand- Crackers' team previous to this.

Jim Wilcox Broad Jumps His

Way To New Track Records
By Sanfcrd 'Schnier
Ever wonder what a broad jumper thinks- about when
he gets ready to sprint 100 feet down the path, and then
with one gigantic spurt, hurl himself into space ?
Let 21-year-old Jim Wilcox, who is a top-notch Gator
track star, tell you.
"You haven't got time to think trials broad jumps record-with a
.bout anything. You gotta con- 22 ft. 9 inch offering. He then
-entrate on hitting the marks on captured the freshman title with
,he way to the pit. And the but- a 23-foot leap with 150 pounds of
Srflies in your stomach don't help power behind him.
Sny, either." Studying Art
y Has Many Records StudyingArt
If you think George Hills has Now a sophomore studying com-
r. lot of records, take a gander at mercial art, he: also finds time to
him's s collection: He won 3 track, take part insATO fraternity af-
football, and 3 basketball let- fairs. "Baldy," as his team mates
*.ers at Plant High in Tampa, holds affectionately call Jim, will at-
Sne state high school broad tempt this season to knock off
*:ijmp record of 22 feet, 5 3-4 inches the present University of Florida
:.et in 1942, the West Coast Cham- varsity record of 23 ft. 2 1-2 in-
Pionship, Big Ten Conference title, ches.
S,-id the City of Tampa records, all After that-?
.fr which stand today. Well, it seems that back on May
Is Air Corps Vet 25, 1935, in Ann Arbor, Michigan,
After high school, he went into a feller named Jesse Owens went
,.he Air Corps as a physical edu- wild and broad jumped 26 feet, 8
ation instfuc,tor af Brooks Field 1-4 inches for the world's record.
San Antonio, Texas. And Jim Wilcox doesn't like it,
In 1945 when he returned to col- see?
Sge, Jim set the freshman time Get the implications?

iFrats Complete
IFirst Round Of

Tennis Matches

Fraternity league intramural
,ennis got off to a fast start this
week with the completion of all'
firstt round matches. The system
of combining singles and doubles
-eams into one aggregation has
proved to be very satisfactory by
nortening the time necessary to
Complete tennis competition.
In matches played prior to yes-
Lrday, Sigmna Nu advanced over
.-vGR, SAE got past ,the Phi Gams,
i.ne Pi Lams defeated the Phi
j)elts, LXA advanced over Delta
.bgma, ATO blasted Kappa Sigma,
'id DTD triumphed over Chi Phi.
Matches scheduled for next
,,eek are as follows:
Tuesday: Pi Lams vs. Pikes and
i.XA vs. Sigma Chi; Thursday:
.,TO vs. PKT and DTD vs. PKP.

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Here's Last Call

For Seminoles !
Due to the fact, that a few
students did not call to pick up
their 1946 SEMINOLE during
the four weeks they were dis-
tributed ,room 6 in the base-
ment of the Florida Union will
be open Monday through Friday
of next week between the hours
of 3:30 until 5:00 in the after-
noon for the purpose of distri-
buting the SEMINOLE. This
is absolutely the last chance to
receive a copy or the SEMI-
NOLE. Do not apply unless you
were registered for the last sem-
ester of the 1945-46 school

Defends Golf Title Here

/' *.

DEFENDING CHAMPION -Al Smith, Danvi'le, Va., shown above-
taking a practice swing on the first tee of the Gainesville Country.
Club course, is defending title-holder in the Gainesville Open which
win. te played here Saturday and Sunday. (Sun Photo).

minl PKP Pledges 10-
Se Mini nole;N Seeds \

Additional Help
The biggest and greatest Flor-
ida yearbook depicting the life of
the largest student body in the
university'ss history, is facing a
heavy deadline of 15 pages a day,
it was revealed this week by Ed-
itor Pat O'Neal in his call for
more help to ease the extra load.
Cfr.1 For Aid
New freshmen, v;ith experience
im lay-out, proof-reading and oth-
er phases of annual work, are
particularly urged to enter publi-
cations work as early as possible.
"We are eager to provide posi-
tions on the Seminole that will ex-
perience publication-minded stu-
dents in this field," O:Neal said.
456 Pages In Annual
The 1947 Seminole-456 pages
in length-is the school's largest
annual, and will.-boast four entire
pages in color and a colored cov-
er, plus color work throughout the
To those who have been inquir-
ing about theproofs of their class
pictures, O'Neal revealed this week
t-at all prints have been ordered
fiom the studio.
"All Pictures To Appear
"All pictures taken this year for
class, fraternity and other- organi-
zations will appear in the annual,
even though proofs to the pictures
di-a not reach the individual,"
O:Neal added.

Former Scouts

Invited To APO
All Alpha Phi Omega mem-
bers and those who wish to be-
come members of the service
fraternity are urged to come to
its next meeting on Thursday,
March ,13th, 7:30 p.m. at Flor-
ida Union. All former scouts
are eligible to join this frater-

Pi Kappa Phi has announced the
pledging of ten new members this
The new pledges include Au-
drey M. Daniel, and Joseph W.
Doney, Jr., Jacksonville; Robert
B. Graham, Tallahassee; Bo- C.
Hayes and Charles B. Jones, Tam-
pa; Julius Conde, Jr., Miami
Beach; Charles C. Wells, Jr., Cor-
al Gables; and Ru-sell S. Batchel-
der. Sharon Hill,. Pa.
Initiation of first semester
pledges will be held March 12.

Prefab Buildings
Arrive Daily
Parts of two temporary build-
ings to be erected on the. cam-
pus are arriving daily from the.
air station at Lake City, and-:
construction is proceeding on
schedule, according to a state-
-ment by a contractor's repre-
sentative last wee?".
The bu'Ilding beu. ere.:'d
near Language Hall wvi'I house
administrative offices, tnd that
near Science Hall additional
classroom space. The buildings
are of wooden type in use at-
continental naval air stations
and, although temporary, are of
good construction.

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Mural Leagues

Begin Football

Intramural touch football com-
petiton in the Independent and
Dormitory leagues gets under way
next week with the opening
games in each loop slated for
Monday afternoort. Originally
scheduled to begin this week, con-
tests in each leaguehave been de-
layed by inclement weather, which
has stretched out the Fraternity
touch football tourney.
Play Suspended Two Days
.After Monday's opening games'
play in both leagues will be sus-
pended for two days while the In-
dependent and Dormitory track
meets take place. Touch football
contests will be resumed in the
two leagues on Thursday.
Brackets Announced
Teams in both leagues have
b'oen placed in brackets as fol-
lov s:
Independent league: bracket 1-
Presbyterian, Crane 'Hall, All
Slars, and Pensacola Club; brack-
et 2-The Saints, Race Horses,
Hell Cats, and Hillel; bracket 3-
C.L.O., Seagle, Baptist Union, and
MIortar Pestle.
Dorm League
Dormitory league: bracket 1-
'em. Dorm O, Fletcher M & N,
Thomas A & B, and Fletcher 0 &
P; bracket 2-Temp. Dorm K,
TI-,, t C & D, Sledd C &-G, and
T,-1,p Dorm L; bracket 3-Thom-
as E & F, Murphree.E & F, Mur-
liree L & M, and Temp. Dorm M;
bracket 4-Temp. Dorm A, Temp.
'Dorm J, Buckman B & C, and
'Temp. Dorm N.

Florida Epsilon
Pledge 14 More
In formal pledg ng ceremony
Wednesday night, Florida Epsilon
of Sigma Alpha Epsilon pledged
14, raising the number of pledges
to 74.
The Zroun included: Fred Ber-
ens, Washington, D. C.; Dick
Peck, William Glenn. Bob Bon-
ner, Jacksonville; Dan Norton,
John Dick and Bob Ferguson, Mi-
ami; Fred Ward, "Miami Beach;
George Mizell, Fort Lauderdale;
Billy McDuffy, Lake City; Jewell
.Walker, Orlando.
. Three who pledgeC last semes-
ter were given formal pledging
They were: Jim Rousie, Jackson-
.villk; Bob Eaton, Tallahassee, and
.Tommy Kelley, Miami Beach.

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Billiard Champ

To Appear Here

Students of the University of
Florida will get a lesson in pock-
et billiard fundamentals on March
117 and' 18, at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
each day, in the Florida Union
Game Room, from one of the fin-
est players in history.
Two-Time Chaimp
He is Jimmy Caras of Wilming-
ton, Del., twice world's pocket b;1-
iiard' champion, and co-holder of
the world's record high run of 127
for the style of play in which the
players break the balls before
each game.
Jimmy will demonstrate to his
audience that billiards is in. fact
an easy game to learn and to play
well if strict attention is paid.to
fundamentals. A study of .,- -.;1.,.
reveals that he. stands naturally
at the table, holds his head over
the cue in line of aim, keeps the
cue as, level .as possible, makes 'a
short, firm bridge with his left
hand and strokes, the ball with lit-
tle -n, -.li." except when his ex-
pert knowledge of the game shows
him "english" is' required.
Shows Trick Shots
He will entertain his audience
with the- type- of shooting that
carried' him. to the world's title in
'1936' and again in 1938, both won
in tournament play. Following his
regular pocket billiard play, he
will open his bag of' trick shots,
peeketing balls on the wing, and
performing all manner of spectac-
Olar scoring feats.
Mr. Caras' appearance is spon-
sored by the Florida Union and
The National Billiard Association
of America. There will be no ad-
rission charge for his exhibitions.

Betas Have Five
Pledges For Year
The University chapter of Beta
Theta Pi has pledged five new
-men ths semester. Plans for the
coming year include the pledging
of more men.
Those pledged to date are Les-
ter James Ryals, John Allen
Lewis, and Joseph Mprrison Thig-
pen, Jacksonville; and Howard
Roger Collins and Herbert Jewell
Winn, Orlando.
Initiation of last semester's
pledges will be held Sunday after-
noon followed by a banquet in the

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Frats Play For Of Washington
LHands Rifle Team
US,, oT Football Title First 1947 Deleai
4. Ot.Mmic REPRe^sNT-
'..4 TATf'JE: t 32 Kappa Sigma, SAE, SPE, and By Phil Webb
the Phi Delts moved into the semi-
LIELD S ,IG%4 f'nals-of the Intramural Frater- The Gator rifle teem add-
nity League touch football tour- ed three more matches to
.P*'W j -rUOL ULO2LD nament which were slated to be their credit while dropping
played yesterday. Kappa Sigma! one, to make a total of 13
P COQrD AT opposed SPE and SAE went up victories against a lo-e de-
*"' ; ru SL T / against the Phi Delts yesterday coes against a lone de-
'" /^- u S4.T ,m E with the victors in each contest feat so far this season. The
Scheduled to meet in the finals victories of the week ending March
"' Tuesday. I were over ,the U. of Penn., 1776
'SPE Victor to 1858; the U. of Georgia, 1792 to
SI e Victor i 1558; and the U. of New Hamp-
SSPE emerged as the victor lshire, 1835 to 1858.
/ from the most hotly contested U. Of F. Defeats Gators
bracket by virtue of a win over The first defeat of the season
,_ .. / ;, DTD. Both the SPE's and the was handed the Gators by the U.
S. Delts finished bracket play with a of Washington R.O.T.C. team, in
4-1 record, but SPE's 7-0 wiir over a close fought 3595 to 3590 match.
S, the Delts gave them first place The results of two other matches
.. and the right to enter the semi- fired the same week, one with
'. ., ,*** finals. .Boston U, and the other with U.
'Semi-Finals Named of Washington varsity, have .not
M ., The other three semi-finalists, been announced as yet.
Kappa Sigma, SAE and PDT, all challenge For Rematch
r finished with unblemished records It was announced by Major
.. in their respective brackets. The Hughett that the rifle team has
Phi Delts were hard pressed by already challenged,the U. of Wash-
the ATO's, but managed to eke ington R.O.T.C. team to a re-
9i Dl out a 7-0 triumph, match, to be fired in the near fu-
Phi Del May Retire p ture.
SBy winning the tourney, the-Phi Ten men fired in the meets held
Delts can retire the intramural this past week and the total scores
touch football trophy since they of the high five were used for
i already hold two legs on the ctrp. the team score. L. R Koon was
The other two teams who hold two high scorer for the squad in these
legs, DTD and ATO, are already matches, scoring 378 points. The
Ha G a e f et s n e out of the running, other high menwere: D. G. Clark,
fii i P. B. Johnson, S. B. Gilbert, and
rtHell Cats Take wA Williams.
Han-mk Ga~radnler Sets New'Hell Cats Take Third Area Meet
S doB u ec Arr B s- A At the same time it was an-
Ln '.A~rmy Airc Basenounced by Major Hughett that,
dI o riiI Ju p ec rm Ai the rifle team placed third out
o etarily nappiR e o rda in pCage Playoff of a total of 12 competing uni-
versities in ,the 3rd Army Area
Henry "Hank" Garidner, ace Florida traekster, set a Th Fvorida tact, t a TstFlorida Hell Cats, n- Intercollegiate Rifle Competition
new record in the high jump at the fifth annual Southern dependent L e a g u e basketball which was fired last month. Tfe
champions, defeated the Alachua results for the first five places is,
Invitation indoor games held in Chapel Hill N. C., last Air Base League champs Wednes- First place, U. of Tenn.; second
Saturday when he cleared the bar at 6 feet, 21/4 inches. day'night in the new gym, 3it-23, place, U. of Miss.; third place, ut.
Coach Percy Beard's boys made an impressive show- in a contest which was part of a of Fla.; fourth place, Ga. Tech.;
ing, finishing sixth i a field of -17 colleges, with Jim Wil- round robia tourney currently be- and fifth place, N. C. State.
cox momentarily y snapping 'an- ing played to determine the cam- Comtpte In National Meet-
other record with a 22 foot, 6 and encountered. .T h is pre-season ps Intramural cage champions These five universities will rep-
3-4 inch broad jump. He heldon warm-up was good experience for Two, Win for Hell Cats resenit the 3rd Army Area in the
to the record barely five minutes the men. They learned a lot, and The victory as the second for Natio nal Intercollegiate rifle
when Douglas Fowlkes of Geor- they'll be even better when ttheth Hel l Cats, who had already match to be held during the period
gia Tech surpassed it with a leap season gets into full swing." owned Thomas C & D Dormitory from March. 16 to April 15.
of 22 feet, 10 and 1-2 inches for a Track Schedule Told loop title-holders, besides losing. The Gators are scheduled to fire
new meet mark. The complete track schedule fol- to the Fraternity League winners six matches during the week end-
Hs mr. Fu rthe ri ho Pu lof's Kappa Alpha. Alachua and KA ing March 8. These are with the
Hills Fourth In Sihot Put ls: tangled last nigh. U. of Wisconsin, the U. of Ver-
Gator George Hills captured ri eoria Tech. here. Lineups for Wednesday night's month, Auburn, Rhode Island State,
fourth place in the shot put with i.,;e 12-Georgla, there, contest were as follows: Hell New York U., and Niagara U.
a heave of 45 feet, 2 and 1-4 in- i., 19 l9-e-Misiss,'ipi ts, thLere- Cats,.Weight and Kilpatrick, for-
elies, while Gene Williams came in April 26 Auburn, here.
I May 1G W si ,li hereI wards; Edge, center; Smith and
second with a 12-pole vault be- ay .. .. Lireiemn.'ii. aBarton, guards. Alachua, Ball e ance Planned By
hi-nd Bill MeCloud of North Caro- and Coker forwards; L.. cen- anc anne y
lina's Tar Heels who posted a 12- Awo ter: Lane and C rlto, guards. C cavaliers M military
foot, 4 inoh effort. 2 Awarded r Ka's. vs. Aitr Base ,
Florida's other entry, Bob En- The A's. tarted the following g e e i in
nim, ran in the 70-yad high and varsity Letters five against the Air Base team B W eek-En
low hurdles, but did not register last night: Savage anod Si. .-ih I.
a victory. For Las YearIi forwards; Tanzler, center; Miller The Cavalier Dance Society held
"Did Ftie," Says Beard 'and Bridges, guards, its second meeting of the semes-
"We did fine," the mentor said, Reward for outstanding work in ter in the Florida Union, Tuesday
"considering the time we had to the last football .... ',', ii'-j, ti,; 3 C night at 7 o'clock. William Fecht
practice and the stiff competition week to 28 F',Ii. ,Oi';r.in fit '.lteSS lU served as secretary for the first
form of V..u-i, l-4 I.- T, All men interested in forming a time at this meeting. He replaces
Spring, Summer awards were made by Coach Ray chess club are urged to contact Walter Timberlake who served the
"Bear" Wolf, who is now begin- John A. Montilla, care of Florida organization splendidly during his
E LINE aing his second. yea' at the Uni- Union aesk. Montilla asks that tenure of office.
very. i leave their name Plan Military iall Dance
A AT Lettermen are as follow: ug i,J atthe Un'on desk The SbCeietv has, a dance plan-
t A T 0 tBelden, Tommy Bishop uddy aon ned for the Military Ball week-end.
sailor Carte. Joe Chesser, Frank Demp- The dance, under the direction of
vey. Charlie Fields, Bobbv'Forbes, Ueadline Set Arch. Thomas, will will held the
ATIONS John Gilbert, Bob Gilbert, Hal night of March 22 at the Legion
SJohn Gin da;te for payment of Or- Home. Lasting from 7 to 9 p.m.
113 South Pleasant St. Griffen, Fletcher Groves .Harry gaitni'atio, and Fraternity con- it will precede the main dance by
Florida Hobbs and Chamlon, Jimmy Kynes, tract in the 1947 Seminole is two hours. Joe Harrison and his
K, Monday, March 10. Penalty will band will furnish the music for
be imposed after this date. the occasion.
Try the College inn Paul Mortellaro, Frank Munez, Martin Publicity Director
5 E Tailor Shop Billy.Parker, Bill Rabon, Jim Rob-the president William Hoffman,
VISlHES a S otinson, Cliff Sutton, Bill Turner, to serve the organization as pu-
aB Specialty Vie Vaccaro, Jack White, Brough- blicity director.
Alterations and Repair Work ton Williams, Jock Sutherland, All inactive members who wish
A and Ralph Morgan, manager, to become active are urged to
A leave their names and addressae
at the Cavalier mail box at tb&
THE GAS WELL Florida Union desk.
Meeting Slated
SEMESTER OR A ND A General Meeting has bee
"POP" SAUNDERS scheduled for next Tuesday at 7.T
P.M. in the Florida Union.



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Foria Iers nterpretative Reading Presented
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Hold Rehearsals
By Harold Herman
Rehearsals for the Florida Play-
ers' second major production of
the year, the successful Broadway
and Hollywood comedy, "You
Can't Take It With You," are in
full swing, Professor Roy E. Tew,
director of the play, announced
this week.
Free For Students
The popular three-act hit will be
presented in P. K. Yonge Monday,
T,:esday and Wednesday evenings,
March 24, 25, and 26, at 8:15 p.m.
Student admission will be free and
tickets for public admission will
cost $.50. All seats are reserved.
JoChn Chowning will play the
lead role of Grandpa Vanderhof
and Alice Jones holds the leading
feminine role of Fenny Sycamore.
The romantic interest will be fur-
nished by Leonard Mosby as Tony
Kirby and June Richards as Alice
Sycamore. Wilson Smith will play
the role of DePinna and Joseph
Santanello will play Kolenkhov,
both roles adding more laughs to
the already hilarious plot.
Others In Cast Named
Leldon Martin will portray Paul
Sycamore, Mildred Langford is
cast as Essie, Milton Oshins and
Lou Everett as Mr. and Mrs. Kir-
bhy, Emmett Holton as Donald,
Austin Callaway as Ed, Hermarn
Shonbrun as Henderson, Jean
Shipman as Rheba, L. Scott Weiss
as Gay, Rita Seestedt as Olga and
Thomas Steele, Frank MacDonld,
and Marvin Aronovitz as the gov-
ernment men.
Production Crew
The production crew, with
Professor Lowell Matson as Tech-
nical Director, has been- chosen.
John Roux is the business mana-
fer for the production. Other
phases are: Properties, Bill Kes-
son, chairman; Charles Damsel,
Joe Bragg, Herman Shonbrun, J.
F'el!den, B. Lockheart, S. R. Wil-
son, H. L. Douglas, and Thomas
Steele; Publicity, Harold Herman,
chairman, Elihu Edelson, and
William Stevens.
Murphree At Piano
Costumes, H a r old Herman,
Make-up, Russ Foland, chairman,
Russ Plowden, Leldon Martin,
Lights, Bob Soar, chairman, Mar-
vin Ramber, James Pennel;
Sound, Marvin Ramber, chairman,
Marvin Goldberg; Stage Crew,
Bill Stevens, J. 0. Moore, Van
Stavenen, Bernard Shiell, and Bill
Plowden. Tom Jones is the Stage
mar-nager. Accordion music will be
by Joe Baxley and Professor
Claude L. Murphree will furnish
the piano music. Frank Macdonald
will be the assistant to the direc-
Ticket Sales
Tickets for "You Can't Take It
With You" will go on sale in the
Florida Union Monday, March 17.
Students are urged to get theirs
early as all seats are reserved.

Chowning Elected
Pres. Of Players
John Chowning was elected
'president of Florida Players for
the new semester at their meet-
ing Monday afternoon. 'Other of-
ficers chosen were Bill Kesson,
secretary-treasurer and Harold
Herman, publicity chairman.


.Dr. Lester LI Hale is shown introducing Elliot Shienfield at a 'program of interp
sented at the Kappa Alpha fraternity house last week. Shienfield read "The Tell
gar Allen Poe to the audience.

Union Library
Receives New
Best Sellers

ception ana aance at te Phi Gam-
ma Delta fraternity house imme-
diately after' tie concert saturday
night in hon.r of the- singers.
All university of Florida stu-
dents will be admitted and there
will be a charge of twenty-five:
cents for late tickets.
Program Announceu
The program of the concert is
as follows: .

The Florida Union cordially in- W aws WU W E I.
vites students to use the library! Listen to the Lambs (a-capella)
on the second floor of the building. By Jack Bryan Harris. Soprano solo, Daphne
Fifty volumes of the current best Response of students, faculty and staff of the Univer- Rowe.
sellers have just been received sity to the tuberculosis X-ray survey now being carried out ng (Pilgrimage of W Athe Rose)
and have been placed on the here has been "very good" so far, in the words of -Mr. Schumann-Ritter.
shelves. The latest issues of the Charles R. Miller, the man who runs the X-ray, machine Evening Prayer in Brittany,
most popular magazines are avail- which has been set up in a tent on the campus east of the Chaminade. Soprano solo, Paula
able. The library may be used at Florida Union, between the Agri---_ Teagarden; contralto solo, Phyllis
able. The library may be used culture ana Chemistry buildings. SLates Public Health Service, DeKalb.
all times when the Florida Union Over Thousand X-rayed stayed that as of last Wednesday II.
building is open but duringemany Miller, an employee of the United afternoon, 1164 persons had been Carmena Waltz Song, H. Lane
hours there is no regular attend- processed and the turnout was in- Wilson. Paula Teagarden, colora-
ant on tre s Al iga t r H ead creasing daily. He estimated the ture soprano.
Studentsare asked not to take Aligator Head daily average to be 400, but point- HI.
magazines or books out of the li- B Ch d out that he could and would The Blue Swan, Carl Mueller.
brary rooms, since there is no To Be Chosen prefer to handle at least 500 per Belle Nuit, 0 Nuit d'Amour (The
day. Tales of Hoffman), Offenbach-
check-out system. The library is All students seeking positions Open onday Trough Friday Page.
operated on the Honor System of Editor, Managing ,Editor anl OeIV.
and the cooperation of the stu- of Editor, Managing Editor and Miss Dorothy Fulton, also of Sumber Song, Gretchaninoff.
dents is asked to shomake athis sys- i a r o ke ppli- he U. S. Public Health Service, is (Phyllis DeKalb, contralto).
tern effective. a i r o e ai- charge of the local unit and has Piano solo: Hungarian Rhap-
During the greater part of the cation in writing tothe Chair- on her staff, besides Miller, sev soy No. 6, Liszt. Eleanor Bragg.
day the librarians, Mrs. Beatrice man of the Board of Student eral volunteer lady workers from V
Williams and E. B. Wilsie, are Publication, Forida Union, not Gainesviile. The tent'is "open- for Three Little Maids, Elliot. The
present to help students find their! later than 6 p, Saturday, business" every afternoon, Mon- three little maids: Ane Daliel,
favorite books and magazines. March 15 1947. day through Frday, from 1 to 6 Mary Hart, Doris O'Neill.- The
Students interested in mak- p.m., and all members of the Uni- farmer boy: Laura Simpson.
iing applications Viould refer to versity community are reminded American Indian Songs (in
Fox Re-ele ted Article IV, Section 4, par. 4b, to check the alphabetical sched- memory of the late Charles Wake-
Fox Re-elected of the Student Body Constitu- uie.s which have been posted all fmeld Cadman).
tion to determine qualifications over the -r -ipus an" determine Far Off I hear a Lover's Flute
Delta Sig Head for these 'positions (see F Book -.,hat day .he, are to appear for (Omaha Flagelot Love Call).
pages 1,02 & 103, especially p. their X-ray. From the Land of the SkyBlue
Delta Sigma Colony of Zeta 103), and to the Charter of the Here Until March 28 Water (Omaha Trical Melody).
Beta Tau announced its officers Florida Alligator, Article VII, However, in case it is impossible The Moon Drops Low (Omaha
for the present semester as fol- Student Body Constitution (F fcr any one to come to the tent on. Tribal Melody).
lows: Alan J. Fox, reelected pres- .Book, p. 141). their -che 'iled day, they are I Alma Mater.
ident; Danny Hubsch, vice-presi- After making written applica- urged o come on any .day conven-
dent; Bennett Kivel, treasurer;: tions, applicants should be avail- ient to them. Also, students who
Lewis Meisel, secretary; and Dave! able for interview Thursday at for some reason did not report li
Gorshel, higtori:i. 3:30 p.m., March 20, 1947, when when they were supposed to, may Religous Note
Delta Sigma also reported the the Electoral Board meets hi go on any of the successive days
pledging of five new men this- executive session in Room 10, and they will still be accepted for Religious services for the
semester. New pledges include Ed. Florida Union Building. the X-ray service, which is free Jewish students- on the campus
Resnick, Buddy Solinsky, Eugene H. B. Delbeare, Chairman of of charge. Miss Fulton's unit will I will be held in the new Hillel
Solomon, Lewis Wolff, aird Steve; the Board of Student Publica- remain on the Florida: campus House this evening at-7:30 p.m.
Spear. tions .... through March 28.

By Bob Jones and Andy Serros

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Concert Slated In

Main Auditorium

For 8 P.M. Sal Nile

By Pat Pattillo
C Keep the old flivver in the
garage, turn in those bus
tickets for Tallahassee,
make plan's to remain in
Gainesville this week-end-
'cause the women are com-
ing to Boys' Town for a change.
Thanks to their sponsors, the
Lyceum Council and the twenty-
one fraternities on the campus.,-
the Florida State College. for
4'r Women's Glee Club will be pre-
sented for the approval of all Flor-
ida men on Saturday night at 8
o'clock in :ne Un'versity Audito-
: ." rium .
.':'The Tally lassies, forty strong
S" -and w-hom advance reports pic-
turc as the fairest of the fair,
S ummm!-are under the direction
., of Etta Robertson and has as their
accompanist, Eleanor Bragg. So-
.' ...i loists of the group are the Misses
,,,,,,'' ,, *?Daphne Rowe and Panla Tea-
'. garden, sopranos, and Phylisa De-
Kalb, contralto.
?retative reading pre- Informal Reception
-Tale Heart" by Ed- There will be an informal re-