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Title: The Florida alligator
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Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 14, 1947
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Ten Make 'Hall Of


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Richardson Shearouse


Stallworth Timberlake Tisdale


S-LORIDA ALLIGATOR
, NO. 19 UNIV OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA MARCH 14, 1947


Ten Named ri
Men selected to be honored this OW
year are: Nixon Butt, organiza-; i y S w
tions, past president of Florida
Blue Key; Bill Byrd, student gov- 0
ernment, secretary of Social Af-
fairs; John Crews, student govern-. Auditluf l s.
ment, general chairman of the
Committee of '67; Morty Freed- Everything from a harmonica
man, publications, editor-in-chief player to a master-of-ceremonies
of The Alligator; Pat O'Neal, pub-' is included on the list of talented
licetions, editor of the 1947 Semi- students needed for the University
nole; Rich Richardson, student of Florida's giant Variety Show,
government, president of the Ly- now in the "auditioning and hir-
ceum Council; Joe Shearouse, or- ing" stage, D:rector Pat O'Neal
ganizations, president of the In- announced last night.
ter-Fraternity Conference; Herb "Anyone who sings, dances.
Stalhvorth, student government, actL, does monologues or can even
Chancellor of the Honor Court; scare the audien-e into laughs
Walter Timbe.lake, service, out- and tears, is invited to appear
standing in the field of service to before the sho-va production
CniudnPgTW O staff either at 5 o'clock or 8:30
Continued On Page TWO* next Tuesday afternoon and night
in Room 209, Florida Union,"
O'Neal urged. "Veteran wives i
and other girls are much in de-
00r V Tn 1 Ial inand."


VIUJ IV Huiml


On Primaries
By Bob Murphy
"Whether or not all our laws
concerning primaries shall be re-
peated," will be the subject of an
address by Secretary of State
Gray to Young Democrats Club
next Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the
practice court room in the Law
Building.
All Are Invited
Secretary Gray was engaged by
the club, in line with it's policy
devoted to a better understand-
ing of the issues of the day. All
university students are invited and
a group from the Gainesville Club"
was also extended an invitation.
Yesterday members of the or-
ganization conducted a drive to
get eligible students to reo-ister in


The Silver Voiced Soprano
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Will Honor

Men Selected
By Jim Gollacheck VOL. 38
The ten men elected to,
enter into the 1947 Hall of
Fame were announced this
week by Pat O'Neal. Dean
Beaty notified O'Neal that
the entrants had been chos-
en after much consideration
by a secret committee composed
of faculty members and students
who have previously been elected
to the Hall of Fame.


Tentative Date Set ith the number of raterni.y
The full-length production, one I e.xme.bers and pledges totaling
of the bright spots on the Tr.civer- 2400 this semester (the largest in
Continued On Page FOUR the school's history), this spring's
Co tinued On Page OURe .a e. fraternity function -for the first
.ni.time in Frolics' history-will be a
kets closed affair for the 21 fraterni-
Tickets For Plat i tes.
Ai :. In normal years, with a student
W illBe Placed ."b'dy of 3,000 and less than a
SB e P lace ..... t ousand fraternity men, the ra-
On Sae M onday Pitued is argaret Speaks, celebrated silver-voiced soprano of Continued On Page EIGHT
Tickets for the-Florida Players concert and radio, who will appear in the University Auditorium on
presentation of "You Can't Take Wednesday, March 19. The singer has been acclaimed ii the capitals A r
It With You" will go on sale of Europe and recently performed on the "Voice of Firestone" radio
Union. Students oowill be admitted program. She is being presented by the Lyceum Council. -
free and are urged to obtain ti6-
kets in advance aw all sets are tte
reserved.Available Friday ere
Tickets will be available from Invitations to a state-wide Stu-
Ticke2:00-6:00 p.m. through Friday andfrom dent Governments and Press Asso-
the2:00-6:00 p.m. through Friday aon the ciation convention to be held here
first performance at 8:15 p.m.0RF on n 2Friday and Saturday, April 11
pmdonif 11 *i r, J,; and 12.weesent out this week to


Gainesville. Private cars took stu- Monday, March 24. Two more per- -ai* W I V N
dents to the city hall every hour formances will be held, Tuesday
on the half hour. and Wednesday at 8:15 p.m., all at By Walter Crews
To Appoint Delegates the P. K. Yonge auditorium. Al M a Editr
President Max Brewer of the Chova-ing Has Lead Alligator Managing Editor
John Chowning has the leading Discrimination against non-fraternity contributions to
Continued on Page NINE Co; tinued On Page Fouid campus political parties was ended by the verdict handed
down by the Honor Court at its Tuesday night session.
SIThe last sentence of Section 5 of the Election Law was
declare- unconstitutional effective as of the rendering of
the decision read by Laurence -
r Renfroe, acting Chancellor. The .
1M B 0 pe& l~ .y ai'-sentence invalidated by the court's ReaOlgo s Ta Iks
ruling states "IN or shall the afore- ig
said parties receive fe.mds ,'ome chedued Hee e
To BDe M n- y any other source." ds scheduled Here
Deliberate 30 Minute. y N t A ho
By Bill Dunlap Renfroe handed down the deci- By Noted Author
"'We are pleased to announce the opening of the Fla- sion after more than 30 minutes'
t poect tk" O eor'e F. Oa gha n asistan deliberation by the Honor Court! A program of faculty consulta-
vet II n project this week. George F. Baughman, assistant in closed session. The decision tions on "Religion in Higher Edu-
business m manager .f the U-nversity of Florida, stated this was reached after conclusion of, scheduled hero
week. The official opening of the first fifty-two units will the hearing in which Bob Ghiotto cation" has been scheduled hero
take nlnce Mordev. Ho1-ever, residents receiving the first end Moertv Freedman represent- next wveek,s -ednt sdv through
s i ed the petitioners while Frank Friday, Presi lent John J. Tigert
assignments can begin moving in, fifteen apartments. Duckworth and Joe Johnston de- announced toJr.
thn week-end as the project will, This plan will be followed as fended th and Jo Election Lde announced t o Se
unofficialiv open Saturday. closely as possible; however, it de- he action was asked on a peti-Educar To Spea
Priority System ponds on the type of apartment actin was ase on a pet Dr. Christian Gauss, dean en er-
The apartments will be distrib- available as there are some units Continued On Page FIVE tus from Princeton University,
ut-d on the bqsis of an aoplicant's v.ith only one bedroom. H. C. Ri- noted educator, author and lee-
priority and the date of h's appli- ker, director of residence, stated t-'irer, will bs consultant at three
cation. Those couples having child- in explaining the distribution of C ss Club programs and will meet by ap-
ren will be given the first priority toe Flavet III apartments. pointrmTet with small groups or
while those couples without chil- Most Sign Agreement The Chess Club will meet in the individuals for private consulta-
dren will receive the second prior- i Riker asked that those receiv- West Lounge on Friday, March 14 tioi 's.
itv. The first fifty apartments ing the first assignments come to at 7 Dpm. All those who are in- ; The appearance of Dr. Gauss
will be awarded to those with first the housing office tomorrow af- terestcd are cordially invited to nere is beino sponsored jointly by
priority while those with the sec- ternoon to sign the occupancy attend. tHi University Committee on Re-
oro. priority will be g'ven the next' Continued on Page NINE l.g on,


a dozen Florida colleges and uni-
versities by the executive com-
mittee, headed by Hert Stallworth,
convention chairman.
Expect 100 Delegates
The combined Student Govern-
ment and Florida Inter-Collegiate
Press Association will attract
some 100 delegates to the two-
day conference, Stallwo'tfh said,
and the student government offi-
cials and young journalistss will
xvork on the problems new faced
by the two groups at the stale in-
stitution.
Although "Coeducation" will be
the primary theme for the two-
day convention, many other topics
will be discussed.

Politicoes Agree
To Limit Funds
LUnder an agreement reached
by the Dixie, Florida and Ga-
tor parties late yesterday, until
such lime as new legislation is
enacted, no campus political
party will receive more than
$65 in excess of the nomination
fees provided for.
Meeting with Dean of Sta-
dents R. C. Beaty. the Dixie,
Florida .and Gator parties
were represent tec ren)e tively,
by Ed Grafton, Bob Ghiotto and
Bill B: rd.


Sprig Dance

Event Slated
MO For 2-3

.'.: By Pen C'.ainis
Harry James (the man
with the horn) a :d his band
of sweet saving one of the
i greatest bands ever to play
on the campus--has been
signed for the. University of
SlorIda's 'greatest S p r i n g
Frolics on Friday and Saturday,
l May 2 and 3.
Announcement of the signing
of James' top-notch band was
made last night by Joe Sherouse,
president of the Interfraterntty
Council, which is sponsoring the
Fraternity week-end.
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ter. He was also an inter-Fratern- Continued F:W
Social Notes ity-Conference Representative. At ne student body;
Ag Jean VWhitmore present Joe is a member of the ..ale. scholarship,
Al gator Society Editor Mortar and Pestle Club and White "More Would
John Folks and Miss Laura Friars. And a Junior in the Col- In the Kast years
---Uwne from DeLand, were mar- lege of Phernacy. mei were chosen e,
ri-cI this fast Sunday, March 9. 1
T ,oCis, wi\ho is from aWilliston, is. an -
is: 1 ue or and graduate student
r the College of Agriculture. He
s a lnembe, of Alpha Gamma
Fho social fraternity, Florida Blue
RKey and Alpha Zeta.
The Chiphetts of the Chi Phi
i .use have decided that what the .
fraternity needs as the feminine
t Auch, in the form of new drapes. r
The Chiphetts, who are wives of
2'1 members, are led by Mrs.
tieorge Cates.
Dale Warner, Phi Gamma ""
Delta, recently gave his pin to /
JMis Lempi van der Laan, front s'
lis.mi.
J im Montgomery, a member cS
.Phi Gamma Delta fraternity,
n rinved this past week for a thir-
t.:-day furlough at home, here in
Gan esville. he is a musician in
thie Army Services Forces.
The Phi Kappa Taus welcomed; 'W4
'heir new housemother, Mrs. R.
1.-yes, this past week. Mrs. Reyes'
home is in Gainesville.
Julian Baggett, from Fort W
Pierce, and Mis Marie Jenkins, ofi
Idian Rocks, were married TIE LARGEST SELLING C/
7rch 7, in the First Presbyterian
i.'irch, Gainesville. Baggett, w.,,ho i AM R T
is ajoring sn Mechanical egin- IN AM ERICA' COLLE
curing, is a member of th Sig-I j
ma i hli Epsilon social fraternity. BY NATION-WIDE SURVEY
The couple left mnmed:fately after
t'ie ceremony to spend a few days
1i2 St. Augustine.
.Tames Fletcher, Palm Harbor.
lost his fraternity pin to Miss ,
1 i;ginia Nichols, Corning, N.Y.,
who is attending Southern College
in Lakelend. Fletcher is a member
of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity.
Virgil Milbrath of M i a m ,
and Miss Ella iviae i anton, of
Cna.esville, recently announced
their engagement. The wedding
dclate will be E a s t e r. Mi 1-
traith is a member .of Sigma Chi

Peggie Addison of Clermont,
Flori' a and Joe Murray Richards,
Fort -yIve- Florida will be wed
1MTarch 30 at the bride-to-be's _.
hometown. -
Rich-rds is a mem';er of Theta '
Chi Social Frilternity and has. ,. .. t..
served as Pres.-.ent of the Chap- .


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ever, the electoral committee de- .Seminole. No one phase of a.:-
rided that to choose c-rore than tivity is given moic weight than
rom rage One 10 mer. 'his ;',-- wc.il ser-e to I tne rest and the entire group is
and Allan Tis- .detract from the ten "Itimately selec!id f:.) such attributes as
average of 3.9. chcsen. I scholarship, athletics, student
Detract" I The Hall of Fame is selected government, organizations, pu'tli-
s from 12 to 16 each year and a separate section cations, service, and all around
ach year; how- devoted to it in each issue of the citizenship.


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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR 3

Debaters Assured Place Alligator Critic KA Prexy And Queen
Reviews Rivera

BIny Ion t Tournament Art Exhibition
By Gerald Clarke
The Fighting Gator Debate Squad last week-end Alligator Fine Arts Editor
The Diego Rivera drawings now
clinched an invitation to the National Forensic Tourna- being seen in the Bryan Lounge
meant to be held later this spring. The Florida speakers should be a 'must' for anyone in-
made an excellent showing in the South Atlantic Forensic terested in art. Some of Rivera's I
Tournament, held in Hickory, N. C., by placing second greatest works are being shown
in debate and by winning two in this exhibit, which will be here
firsts, a second and a third in in- for two week more, as well as
dividual forensic contests. Va., where they will compete with some things which are of inter-
Win Six of Seven schools from the East, Midwest evolution of a great artist. he :
Affirmative Speakers Dick and South in the William and Has Feeling For Line
Crago and Gerald Gordon won five Mary Invitational Debate Tourna- s n '."
of seven debates while Allan Wes- meant. Probably the most outstanding
of seven debates while Allan Wes-feature of Rivera's work is his
tin and Leon McKim, who spoke feature of Rivera's work is his!
ia L M n h excellent feeling for line. "Mother
on the negative, were victorious in and Child", on exhibit here, has:
six out of seven. Pa mentS Due For been called by artists one of the
Gordon was judged the best best line drawings in existence.
speaker in' the extemporaneous eminol e Pages In the ink drawing, "Mexican
speech tournament and Westin Peon Working," Rivera, shows
placed first in impromptu speak- with just a few simple lines all
ing. Westin also received second The deadline for paying for with just a few simple lines allco !
place in the National Debate pages in the 1947 Seminole has the worker's force and his w corm- The
Tournament in 'West Point to be passed. Payments will be received plete habituation in his work. Theof
held later in the spring. Teams until Thursday March 20. only other artistme, twho ha I know of
from four schools in the Southeast Al Sheehan, Business Manager, a feeling for line is John Falter,
section will be chosen to compete. says that there is a good chance whose "Grand Central Station"
Team Leaves Thursday that the penalty for late pay- was seen here in the Saturday
S four-man group composed ments will be waived by the Board Evening Post exhibit.
A fo r-man goupcoof Student Publications until that :ierAt et o
Bill Castagna, Gerald Gordon, Al- date. Whie it must be reatestmbered
lan Westin and Leon McKim will I Whil t e it mus thbe remembs ered
leave Thursday for Williamsburg, ut In Bo ,that most of these drawings were .
t Checks should be made out to only intended as sketches for
the 1947 Seminole and placed in frescos, they still show Rivera a.t
the Seminole box at the Florida his greatest. In "The Eating '"
TUnion desk. Place" Rivera suggests a complex
Any organization ,that has not scene with perfect economy of g.
oF S turned in the material which is line. Although his greatest work is
to go on their page in the Sem- found in his frescos the essence is
PTailoringinole must do so immediately. Ito be found in the works on ex-
Contact Ken Richards in the Alli- hibit here.
gator Business 'Office either next
p.m., or Tuesday afternoondbe- Cavaliers I flate
C ,tween 2 and 5 p.m.
Seminole Gives Thanks 2 M ea rh O aae n uie
The 1947 Seminole thanks all
organizations and fraternities for t
Phone 354 their cooperation and support. Saturday Dance
The Cavalier Dance Society held The University Camera Club is now conducting its An-
its first initiation of the semester
Tuesday night, March 11. The foli nuial University Photographic Contest which is open to all
REPAIRS RENTALS lowing man are additions to Mthe students and faculty members of the University of Florida.
organization. The purpose of this contest is to stimulate the photo-
Announcing the appointment of Jack Elledge, Laurence Reeves, graphic interest on the campus.
Bill Perez, Austin Callaway, Bill Jason A. Hailey, print director of the contest, stated
E. D. McRAE Daniel, Lewis Bohannon, Robert
Brooks, Richard Bostain, Jr., Ed. tnat the judgment of the photo-
Room 212 Fletcher "" Lang, Lewis Vickers, Jr., Harold graphs will be primarily based should include all pertinent data,
As Students Agent For Herman, Stanley Tatelman, Rob- upon human interest and techni- including name and address of
ert Ghiotto, George Walker, -Jr., cal skill, thus allowing an unlim photographer.
QUINNA TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE Earl Schmidth, Bobby Schmidth, :tAe subject field. [4) There will be a contest en-
Veteran Owned And Operated Paul Buchman, Carl Pease, Mack Members Help Judge trance fee of 25 cents per print.
e o perite Futch, Jim Maynor, Herbert Swof- Preliminary judging willbe An unlimited number of prints
Se Needs ford, WilliamS mith,eSJohn Jaohn- done by the members of the Cam- ,5)Picturesmust not have been
RIBBONS SUPPLIES ston, Jr., Ed. Kitchen, Allan Ma- era Club in selecting the best 25 taken prior to September 1, 1946
this, Russell Batchelder, Tonmmyphotographs for a salon display int anpri o spte r1
this, Russell Bahelder, Tommy the Union Lounge. Final judging nr held any previous photograph
ThRappapomas, Jordand RiAnsbachard Gerber. scar the grand prize winner and ic awards.
[ i'', \ C~ Tese men are t\ -e known by bf the pegcadp rizes, tnerand-l.
W hen Your S ringn are to be know honorable mention will be done
W n '"Y S p i' n their black and white pledge rib- i the selected to be an- Reading Slate
bons which were presented to nunced at a later date. e g l ted
Fever's Chronic them upon entering the society. Rules Announced At Pilarns Tonight
Chroni- 4 The rules governing the con- A t hatm Tonig..d
All active members may attend Te res govrn te o
.a dance to be held at the Ameri- test are as follows:
can Legion Home, Saturday, (1) Final deadline for all en- Professor Hale's Interpretation
March 22, at 7 o'clock. This dance tries at 12 o'clock midnight, April ofLiterature Classl rides again!
01N SPRI TO CS will procede the main Military Ball 7, 1947.teraAlhhoero wea
) ARR function by two hours. Joe Harri- (2) Only standard 8x10 glossy the K app A lp house t weeks
son and his band have been sign-or mat prints will be accepted. ago, the class will present a pro-
ed-up to furnish music for the oc- (3) P'rints s'iouiad n0 ot be da Phi house Friday eveninL ,
casion. mounted and the reverse side "Torch 14, at 7:45.
A well-rounded, diverse and en-
INSURANCE tertaining program is planned.
SWe Write All Kinds Except Life MC. and read a selection as part
cintosh Inliterature can be fun are heartily
206 E. University Ave. Phone 441 invited. Refreshments will be

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4 THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR again on Monday night, 7:30, in teen, with June Richards and
Florida Union to continue its ickets Leonard Mosby furnishing' the
A L W AS F d A l tlprgress Students working on Continued from Page ONE romance interest with their por-
A L lfare Funds A allotted the script include: Bre Williams, role of the lovable Grandpa Van- recte By Tew
Harold Seckinger, Ed: Kle1n, Ed derhof with Alice Jones as Pen-' The popular comedy-hit is un-
To V veterans H Ousing U niS Sw nn, Milton Cshens, Lewis Al- ny sycamore, his daughter. Both der the direction of Professor Roy
lantee, and Byron Collfax. are supported by a cast of seven- E. Tow of the University
Plans for the utilization of thp.-A'`fErican Legion V\ efare Fund for
the jj' r'',-Amufanrf f in the University of Florida, have pro- ......, ....""'., ....
d rapidly in the past month, Legion officials announced this '. "
week. The fund has been allotted in accordance with the number and -- .. .. ..- 7 ,,
ages of the children living- in- .. .
three of the Veterans Housing Un-
is here on the canmous. V* --t-
The Alachua County Air Base O a ie Sh w.
.ias already begun purchasing Continued From Page UNE

Prailvet and Trailvet was molded further into shape I 5, /.. R
;- s using their $500.00 to pur- this week by Q, team of student V O
chase several units of playground Led by Elliot Shienfeld and i"ar-
equipment.. As soon as ,the organ- ty L ov, the script writers have
ization of Flavet III is complet- it upon a current theme that 0
;-d, plans will 'be started for the wil' allow them to hold a "con-
expenditure of the remaining $1,- tion los threat throidgh the en-
000.00. That has been allowed to tire college scenes, filled with
iem. comedy, music and drama.
Demre Named Commander Production Divided .
At the last meeting of the C. The organization have become
-Howard Rowton Post No. 157, more integrated, with the produc-1
'pen only to veterans who are stu- tion 1' eing divided into the five I
ents or employees of the Univer- following groups: script, stage
zitv of Florida, Conrad C. Demro management, musical, business 'AM
of Dania was elected Com- and production.
wander, A. G. Anders; 2nd Vice Only three of the top offices :
commander, J. R. Stripling; Ad- have been filled, with the appoint- I
itant, S. P. Hersperger; Service ment of Elliot Shienfeld. in charge 7 eui Scient oars,
officerr, R. J. Brinson; Historian, of the script; Al Ukman as busi- ue alUI
Sam Fouts; Chaplain, J. S. ness manager, and Joe Harrison Gene' K O -
Sergeant at Arms, J. B. in charge 'of the music. Tom
'yner; and Finance Officer, Frank Henderson was named associate ooherlea et es New Blend New Taste!
Meet On April 14 Need Stage Manager 'nflgOfl New Freshness!
Mhe next regular meeting of Search is now on for a co.mpe- starring in I.rade by the revolutionary new
i-e post will be held on April 14 tent staging manager and the top E Rt ; LS 903" moisturizing process. Bene.
:it the Fla. Union, all members office of production director, who EDGE" Says: eSS IrO' doc,, tr --'' 'S ial moisture penetrates every to.
:ire urged to attend as several will be in charge of rehearsals, "I've switched n J.1 0 ist by a bacco leaf-gives you a smoother;
::ems of vital interest to all vet- handling the acting and casting. to the new i ...... .....milder, better smoke! Get new j
erans will be discussed. Any vet- The script writers will meet RALEIGH '903:" Raleigh "903" Cigarettes today;
i3ran interested in veterans affairs
is also cordially invited to attend
the meeting. Pamphlets containing
information regarding Veterans
.Affairs and membership in the
America Legion are available at
the Fla. Union desk.


Delta Chi Pledges
Four New Men
The Florida Chapter of Delta
Chi fraternity recently pledged
t mr new men. They are Dave Mi-
".'nheimer and Carl Durrance of
"m:pa, Ralph Johnson. .- i.,...
T'eitnsylvania an d Roseboroughi
E-f1 of Miami. Other rushes
hive been entertained at the house
it, incly and further rush parties
a:'1 being pli:nmed.


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"What's Best in Esquire?"



9 ATHLETE PREFERS TRAVEL REPORT SCHOOL
"u'That travel article on Argentina made "Y1ourS
fl e u ant to lake the first plane to Buenos of the f
Aires. It's terrific! In fact, the whole IHollhva
Esquire travel series has omy vote." Pursued
DOUG BELDEN '49, ATO JO
Member Basketball Team M




EDITOR SELECTS STORY BY KERSH CAMPUS
S"Ge-ld Ker-sh's piece, Sharks, hais. re- "My fa
inemndus punch and drama. Esquire has toons. 1
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Proposed Laws it,,,-,.,' ....,o... '-Ii"to-
t in the' li it tint int posi l by thil
t'orr oin 1g-" su Is'r 'ton, tot th'lT'r w itil
t, the undersigned m -mber of tie fa record ol' loat ; 1dd( s11<'s It ;fl
I-niV'er'sity of Fl IoridIa -t(dent' l ody u1h eon t1riib t ocrs at thIe liim of
Executive 'fIIncil, d(a ](r \\'iIth LII uch con( r l i'il si ;1 lIoulnlts con-
Init the followi Ing as an addition to t ] ibut-d, ;Ind si tn; tureIs of all such
subseetion 5 of section t (0I oL the conitri'iltors to thI, said II'rt(or' to
Election Law. This law w;ll boe pro- operate as a voiclh'-r of ltl validity
posed and voted upon at the next of such contirilhutions within the
meeting of the- xecutiLje Council x'xprtssly stated [ttins of this hw.
of the Student Body of the Univer- \ (crtified C'o.y of all such traiis-
pity of Florida. actions for thie period of the re,'u-
The addition to section -I (d) sub- lar Itio prell d editlg any geeiral
section 5 is aits follows: election and subsequent to tie first
"Each such political party shall I ay of th,' scttnster ill which such
,be limited in the receipt of funds general election is held, shall be iln-
to fifty dollars ($bcU.00) from all a I udbd in i l hI itemIizctd linancial
sources combined dtr'ing any i11e state t thereinbefore provided.
regular semester in addition to together with a like copy of aill
nomination fees as otltherwise pro- iftInds eceived subsequent to tile
vided in this law." genera election preceding the one
I, the undersigned, further pro- lor which such statement is file,I,
pose the following as an addition to LItld therefore not I sted i: the
Section 4 (d), subsection .6 of the statement filed for said ' ceding
Election Law: election."
"Each political party shall be re- Donovan WV. .ones, j .,
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A k THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR
Al Ukman Made M-g ,


Class President mystery ole
By Geoe Roan discovered Behind Bard


In a meeting highlighted by ap-
pointments, the Executive Council
accepted Walter Timberlake's res-
ignation as president of the senior
cla.s and approved his recommen-
dation that Al Ukman be moved
up to the presidency, and Jim
Eryan be appointed vice president.
Stallworth Appointments
Acting on the recommendation
of Honor Court Chancellor Herb
Stallworth, the Council next ap-
pro ed the appointment of Ovid


By Emmett Holton
The beard is no more. The dark-haired, good-looking
fellow you have seen around the campus sporting a ful
beard since last September is Rene Monte Rogers, -0, of
Gai-esville, a freshman pre-electrical engineering s-uder-t
w'ho, having fulfilled his obligation on a past made IlasL
fall. has finally cut his beard.
Three days before the Florida ..
Gators met M'ssissippi's Rebels .' .
(n the gridiron, Rogers began
growing his beard. He was going


In v iw ,, te recentt honor Scaiborough to fill the vacancy to grow it anyway, but O0e Miss's '".. I,
('court decision rendering Selction 5 on the Honor Court from the Col- 13-7 victory and Fred Connell of *'
of the Eleetion Law unconstitu- lege of Business Administration C-ainesville collaborated to set the
,tional. we the undersigned senators
|do hereby submit the followinvi g elaw and Angus Gholson to fill the va- tO college spirit af~re.
of the Student Body to be substi- cancy from Agriculture Loyal To Gators '
tu ted therefe and wh ich will h, Political Issue Rogers announ-edi to Cornell that -'
prmeetin ofandthe executive coune of An attempt to fill the vacancy he would not shave off his beard
the Stu lnit iody of the University on the Executive Council from the tiii Florida won a football game, '
of lPlo;-ida. College of Agriculture failed for and Connell e;,-:forced his decision thesee art pictur(-, of Ri to XIo'.-
(,3) Nw lilitie'a-l lirty orgiinizui the second straight meeting when, tt a $10.00t bxt, effective fot' the e Rogers before and ater. Oin
for cia Lpaiglittg in co tii slitt lu-
ions shall Fecoive from the frater- in the absence of President Par- season. Rogers before and after. O
1oties that are memllbers of the liar- ham the appoin-tment became a The reas of the game ollab- the left he is shown with tlhe beard
y more thn($7 perd r tt l f po tical issue. Action on the ap- orated with the opposition, and he grew for six nonh. Onil the
.ny school t more than tment as deferred until the Ilorida emerged without a vic- righl he is pictured after shaving
fie received in any one semester.nt next meeting story. By this time Rogers had :)ff the beard.
Nor shall the aforesaid parties re- grown to like his full growth and
ceive fund f from any other source 0iz-! Ot hid put off cutting it off till last
exceptt fraternities, anl recognizied Monday rlniohtRnec
*and chartered social, professional. Continued On Page TTHRF ay'- Rene, "I'm go;ng to st, t
a.lnd h1norarv groups thing a men- nt n e moves The Fuzz n. y third long term beard a, d
i )heship of twenty-five or more liN- Lion presented by 20 students who Rogers posed for photographer ear it till commencement fih a
ited to the same amount as frater- held that, section 4 (d) of the jo.dnny Jenkins in the Alligator of cor se, unless nce marrient l
Sitie i... seven dollars and fifty Election Law was unconstitution- office in full bead. He said a po f coure, unless Im mae
1C nrs" ( 7.50) 1) or i'Oi|) n o -' thre c n The p t i 1; Sister Tri m ni ed
than five dollars ($5.00) itn any one ip1 on three counts. The petition its. "Excuse Me!" and returned Mister Trmmed
Stsmester." Jclaimed that section of the Elec- 10 minutes later, a different man Asked if his beard was hald :n
aol x S. Smith, Ci l- tion Law conflicted with the pre- -in,:g six months' growth of care for, Rene said that hs sistat
Hiar 1e Alexehutive Council.mble of the student body consti- whiskers. M:riss Lynn Rogers did the tsir:1-
i Member of l' executive Council. lion, with Article II of the Con- "I used a Schick injector razor ',:;ng for him.
stitution, and with the principles -,ith only one blade, and it tooK Rne. vwho has been a t-:pewlrt-
of equal rights and nin-discrimi- nme only one minute and 30 sec- or mechanic for seven y"cw,., sa-.
nation implied in fundamental (nds to destroy my six months' that when he was 'o'tnger t.ht
law v.nrk," He sa'd, adding, "I was ie wanted to someday grow se'n
Sa Dukworth Request Denied the suprised. It was the smoothest full beards. He has only thri e
SC third charge of the petition be .xave I've ever had!" timnned so far. Txwo down and one
S, thud charge oHad Goatee Once go.
'<5? dismissed because there was no This is not Rogers' first exper- Has Arrowhea (,tl-iion
*~ i* t ground for action was not allow- with a full growth of whis IIas Arowhad ll
ed' by Chancellor Stallworth on er.Duri hs two year hitch in orting a Phi Eta Sia .
S- rounds that the petition is not the Navy Rogers grew a oatee average, Rene has Raco ocen r:
subject to change without the a musta that stayed with holog by hobby for fo
S ".". -.- '-' consent of the petitioners., h'( for five moths whie he was l'rs It:S collection of ovr -50
S Four members of the Honor in rdio t'ainng school in Coh ted itc s of aro-hca o
Court disqualified themselves be- dio trta hl in Co .her Indt n i reli s i ta xhib..
.T '.- -S --,'^ fore the hearing on the grounds TUe l C rid sti. 13 days in the TaUniversity L d r;!ir
of personal interest in the deci- ls than sFlo mnthsd i his se- a fall seme ster
i!0 Sion Herb Stallworth disqcali- than as.x niontts, is his sec-
-rJin ,ersctalethlis i s venture, and "an inter- LHani ] tire's so,--
t i'-.-o u e fied himself and turnedlthe bench iu h 'e e ani an iter- oie t
over to Laurence Renfroe, who gstnoe experience." I nna to this beard aft
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A Discriminatien Is Ended

The Florida Party, a political fledgling on the campus,
won its first v'c *ryv la.t Tuesday night when the Honor
Court upheld its petitions io invalidate the wording in the
student body election 1-' s which allowed only fraterni-
ties to contribute to poll al parties.
In what is believed t be the first decision of its kind
in the history of the Uni. ersity's student government, the
Court decided that the ,ording in question was discrimi-
nato,'y and thus unconstitutional.
Two proposed additions to the finance law have been
advanced, in order that indiscriminate i" ,iln._.' will not
be possible under the present set-up.
The first introduced by Executive Councilman Don
Jones, would allow political parties to receive up to $50.00
over and above the nomination fees paid to the party.
Second of the proposed laws is that submitted by Gatore
Party Stalwart Harold Smith and co-sponsored by Hlilary
Albury, both members of the Executive Council. The pro-
polents of this measure are about as subtle as a sledge
hammer, since their measure would, in effect, bring about
the same restrictions as those declared unconstitutional by
the Honor Court on Tuesday night.
By adding a few words to the original, oppressive and
discriminatory clause of the Election Law, the Smith-Al-
bury plan would allow contributions from fraternities up
to the old $7.50 limit per year and would allow parties to
receive tunds in similar amounts from /'recognized and
chartered social, professional and honorary groups having
a membership of 25 or more."
In the first place, premiums should not be placed on
honorary and professional or social groups where polities
is concerned. There is no reason for requiring a member
of the student body to be a member of one of these groups
in order for him to exhibit his interest in student govern-
ment or in party affiliation. Even if a logical reason could
be given for placing such groups at a premium, the propo-
nents of the new law are certainly not so naive that they
are unfamiliar with social, professional or honorary groups
to the extent that they are unaware of the fact that such
groups do not exist for the purposes of contributing to
political parties.
One deduction, however, may be possible. It may very
well be that the proponents and backers of the Smith-
Albury act, resenting the intrusion of the new Florida
Party on the campus scene, think that they can squelch
this newcomer by such legislation.


,~Th


By Les Glecieenhaus
AD HIC HIC-Here are some proposed city and college r
concerning the keeping of-liquor (forgive us for we know
do!) Students who leave empty gin bottles outside their dorn
are liable to a fine of not over $100.00 and a term in jail o
one semester. Scotch bottles, empty, filled with water or
make the culprit liable to the following fines. White Hors
Walker, Black Label, Vat 69, $10.00; King's Ransom, Laird
and Grant's $5.00; Highland Queen, all rotguts, athlete's fe
and other bar scotches, fine not to exceed $2.00.
UNDER AND OVERATED-Robert Mitchum, who w
prominence with his performance in Ernie Pyle's "The S
I. Joe," is about the only decent thing that ever happened to
miscarriage "Undercurrent," which arrived yesterday at tl
Mitchum's new role is one of the most unusual ever played
tor. Although he is not seen throughout the first half of the
figures dramatically in the plot almost from the first seer
final appearance brings ithe story to a startling climax (1
WHILE STANDING IN LINE AT THE POST OFFICE-
stinkin' between Athletic department and. Block and Bridli
ing the use of the stadium for annual rodeo..one way to ev
that city tax for cigarettes is to order from that firm in I
which is purported ,to be the cheapest in this U. S. A. .
Sign people must of had an inkling of the coming parkon
to hit this town any week now-they have a parking lot (2
from the Scagle Building "Shadow of a Woman" fea
sister medico-Helmut Dantine and the body Andrea King
Tuesday New University Library (permanent) im,,Ii
lay foundation any day now-that means increased stack
more books Der Bingle in an oldie at the Florida Sund
Side of Heaven"--one of Bing's best There were qi
Gators in Jacksonville Monday evening to hear the Sigmun'
Concert which was worth the 76 mile trek. Romberg's r
"Tales of the Vienna Woods" thrilled a capacity audience. \i
was the duet between Leonne Hall and Gene Marvey singi
Than Pages in a Book" Freddy Slack sans Ella Mae
Jacksonville Armory March 24,th Protege of Paderews
namic pianist, Malouzynski in George Washington Auditoi
24th Vets--trek on up to that stand across from the P
up for that extry dinero-Congress might even pass it .
shorts are back! They can tow be had at L & L, Silverr
sons, and Prevatts.


Facilities, Lack Of Organization Hamper Social Life


It is most regrettable that the Inter-Fraternity Confer-
ence was unable to find means for accommodating non-
fraternity men at the Spring Frolics dance, which, when
held several weeks hence, will feature Harry James and
his band, and that Military Ball next week, featuring Dean
Hudson, will also be closed.
This situation makes it clear that future student gov-
ernments on this campus must take it upon themselves
to insure adequate social functions and entertainment for
men who are not organized, and thus cannot pool their
resources sufficiently to sponsor a week-end costing many
thousands of dollars.
It is obvious that the present situation is unjust to that
vast group of students on the campus who through lack of
organization are constantly without the benefit of vaca-
tioning from their burdens during a week-end of frolic.
Part of the blame for non-fraternity men not being
able to attend Spring Frolics may be laid at the door of


the State, which has not provided this campus v
(iuate facilities for a social function running into
sands so far as participation is concerned.
We believe, however, that if and when sue
modations are available on this campus, the da
other social functions which are held in them s
open to the student body at large rather than l
any select group. Furthermore, it should be thi
either the Secretary of Social Affairs in the stud
net, or of the Lyceum Council, to arrange the -
and procurement of entertainment for such func
It is hardly fair to assume that neither the
Ball Committee or the Inter-Fraternity Conferenc
attempt to arrive at a means for allowing-non-f
men to attend the two functions in question; how
fact remains that a hardship is being worked ag
almost 4,500 students who do ilot enjoy the benef
ternity membership.


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S ithlr Elliot Shienfield
-V The latest addition to our
' "what'll they think of next?"
list is a super cooking oven de-
veloped by a famous electronic
plant. We're sure the ladies
(both of them) who read our
bumble penning will be most
in rested in the tfoTowing rev-
elations. However, not only the
-little lady will be effected by
the's wonder. This cook oven to
end all ovens, if developed and
pIroduced in large quantity, will
Saffeet, each and every one of us.
SIt will revolutionize the restau-
rat business and perhaps in like
Scanner radically affect the
AAmerican home.
This electronicc oven will cock
banmibigers in fifteen seconds. It
will prepare a 35-minute steak in
k ;i7) seconds and poa.ch an egg
.dcker tdan the bat of an eye-
S lash. Weeneris that required three
to five minutes of heating are d'*s-
pensed with in ten seconds. lmag-
ine the ramifications of such an
implement of modern living.
Mother can now spend the day at
i-- leah or working the day shift,
be home at 5:55 p.m., have time
to. throw an eight course meal,
iiodad scan tomorrow's sheet. In
lesa time than it takes to polish-l
those loving hands, mother can
aceomodate a party of 65. Of
coui se a little more work will be
required in preparing a light meal.
Mother will have to develop the
quick-as-a-flash technique of get-
t1ing those eggs in and out of the
'egulationls (ven during the interval of one
what we split second.
To add to the wonderment of
n windows this device, we must state that
)f no,t over only the food in the oven is
heated. The plate on which said
otherwise, food rests comes out as cool as
se, Johnny when taken from the pantry
shelf.
of Logan To say such an advance in mod-
eet douche ern life is breathtaking is only an
admission of understatement. One
,:-n only stand. aghast in contem-
on screen plation of hamburgers being
tory of G. turned out every fifteen seconds
othe MGM the world over. Would not man be
vthe MM e to despair of ha position were
he Florida. the women of the world at last to
by an ac- bh freed from the bonds of cook-
picture, he e.tovery ? Will the international
h balance of power be -upsel. in fav-
ie, and his or of a worldwide sex upheaval ?
ho-hum). Will the social revolution be
-Something ,;minted in the path of undocile
nothing metie relations? Only the
e concern- milder of a better cook stove can
ade paying tell
New Jersey THOUGHTS WHILE WAIT-
he PackerING FOR ONE ALL THE
1e0W Packer WAY:" Have you noticed? The
meters due front of Science Hall no longer
25c) across looks like a mine field. It has
turning sin- now taken on the appearance of
S, lank trap . With all the
at Floritda (antests and quiz shows offering
I.- due to tree folding green, someone
space and must be making a fortune keep-
lay-"FEast ing' those myriad "crisp new
a fe bills" crasp.
quite a few
d Romberg
edition of 14 Initiated By
M.y favorite
ng "Closer Legal Fraternity
e Morse in
lki and dy- Chapter Justice Robert Ervin
rium April announced ,the initiation of four-
0 and sign teen outstanding law students into
Gripper the Duncan U. Fletcher rml.I '
nan's, Wil- of Phi Alpha Delta, national hon-
orary legal fraternity.
The new members, selected on
the basis of scholastic and legal
achievement are John Henry Ad-
ams, Delray Beach; Joseph Coop-
with ade- er Black, Jacksonville; Jack C.
the thou- Collie, West Palm Beach; Osee R.
Fagan, Gainesville: George G.
German, Detroit, Michigan; Lloyd-
h a"com- G. Hendry, Fornt Myers: Samuel
inces and William Harris, St. Petersburg;
should be Robert J. Haynsworth, Lake
limited to Wales; Archie Malcolm ,Odom,
Fort Myers; Philip C. 'Owen,
e duty of Jacksonville:' Thomas W. Perry,
tent cabi- Gainesville; Jackson L. Peters, Mi-
ami; Joel Allen Smith, Miami
financing Beach; and William St. George III,
actions. Jacksonville,
Military
o The Oldest Wooden School
e did not House in the United States, built
fraternity At St. Augustire, Florida, at some
verthe time before 1740, still stands in
'ever, t useful condition with its original
'ainst the singleses of .Florida cypress and
fit of fra- Florida red cedar frame. It has
nevor been damaged through
countless storms.







The Politicoes Battle It Out


By Shlrwood Stokes
Florida Publicity Staff


By Harold S. Smith
Gutor Publicity Director


The ioor is open! The Honor This weel the blanket of policy The Gator Party proudly pre-
Court has ruled i favor of the sLalcments and claims of past sents FRANK C. STANLEY for- -
petition to remove the clause in performance which shrouded poll- your consideration in the coming
the. election law stating ,that pol- ti-s wa east off by action Spring elections. Frank is run-
itieal parties shall not receive Ished meiless light on the mo- So
ticalds fro other sourchall es than tives of ll parties, ning for President of the Student''
fraternities. An ominous situation Uhtil Tuesday, election laws of Body on the Gator Party ticket.
has arisen, Political parties can the Student Body provided that. Stanley hails from Auburndale,
now raise unlimited amounts for ofly fraternities could donate Polk County, Florida, He is 25
election campaigns. This will al- moniy to poltiteI pa r t i e s.
low parties to use tactics detri- Through the initiative of the Flor- years old, married, and has a son
mental to campus politics. A ida party this patently unfair nearly 10 months old. STANLEY .
spending spree of money contri- provision no longer exists. arrived on the campus in 1945
buted by students, since they sup- This appeal to the Honcr Court after a long sojourn in Uncle i
.... L political parties, will have a against discrimination no't only Sg 30th Division in Pattos
1,1 effect on the reputation of struck out a provision wlhch Pattoa s*
the student body. People at home place d the balance of power in Third Army. He early distinguish-.
will be adverse to campus politics a block system, but gives the stu- od himself as an ..1.1-1 ,in.,
when they see funds rum amuck dent body a chance to analyze the Freshman on the campus making
The cost of living is high and stu- motives of those who launched a Phi Eta. Sigma, General College
dents are having a hard enough bitter fight to preserve this law. Scholastic Honorary Group. As a
time buying the bare necessities of For prosecuting this appeal for sophomore, STANLEY headed this
life. fairness in government, the Flor group as President. During his
Last eek the Dixie party offer- da party has been charged with stay in the married section of
asoluti; ak t re wert vr- icious desire to crush fraterni-, Murphrec Dorm Stanley was on
ed a solution; a rule where par- ties and to open the door for cor- the original Murphree Housing
Srn-,. receive funds from any ruptness in elections. Committee that secured Flavet III
,i, ,i..I source, but the funds be the
limited to fifty dollars. Some mis- Those launching these cha rges, fr the University.ie inalso nd P OC
interpreted that to mean fifty dol- have pressed them with a i eck-' one of the originting brain .d ...Pr ocl
lars in excess of fraternity contri- les disregard for the fact that workers that put the Co Opera
unions. To clarify the situation the Florida ., i is proposing a tive Grocery on the campus. Both In accoi
here is Dixie's stand on the issue: law to replace the law stricken of these works stand as inonu of thq St
The fifty dollar limit per ele- out. This new law bars no stu- ments to the type of man STAN- General S
tion is to include contributions dent from participating in stn- LEY is, Last summer STANLEY
from any qualified source--frate> dencl government and utterly was elected Secretary-Treasurer 1947, fronm
cities or otherwise, excluding the blocks the way to corruption. of the Student Body, and served will vote o
that group faithfully and we11. HeP: ',
qualifying fee that all-candidates The law the Flerida party will t grunitp the tyan w e.n Heed1 rt
pay individually. Dixie feels that ask the Honor Court to pass pro- i t leey the tuypent Bo d an or Sopheed
.this amoufii is sufficient to meet videos: (a) That contributions to edto lead the Student Body for Ph
the increase in the student body amny party ':e limited to $50.00, to- fthe coping term. Con, ageous, Pysic
because there are now more offi- ta' Irom all sources, in addition to faihfu, capable, nest, and loy- Agril
ces to fill and that will increase nom: nation fees, per semester, ial. Your te for STANLEY will Pharma
the total amount of money. (b,', That strict accounting for all he a vote for the things that bet-
te a a u f o contributions must be made by ter people standd for. Arts .
Students today, a majority of Busines
them veterans, find it difficult to for every p period thr fou ghout every dEducati
live on present incomes. The 0 ofo every period throughout every
or Court ruling does not help the coolya. Engine
situation. The Dixie party believes Contrast this with proposed leg-- Law-V
in being fair and has offered the isolation of the other parties. One n case
solution mentioned in the preceed- has made a step in the right di- -- f i ese
; i.,, Ii ,.1 If one does not reaction by asking for this same o bildin
I., stand is right, ask $50.00 limitation, while the other l aollowi
the veterans who are trying to asks reinstatement of the strick- Vi Prsi
raise GI Subsistence from $65 and en provision with minor changes. --^ ^^^--" i lt esi
0 to $GI0 aubsistencne5rom $5 and Neither seeks enactment of a pro- letic Cou
90 to $100 and $125. They now vision to plug existing loop-holes bers; Lye.
.in accounting laws. dent Publ
In politics, as in everything, ac- By Barbara Wickham Mgr.; Ora
T e 1YS 7 y tions overshadow words. Let ev- BIn
TI he Ne t 7 Days ery student apply his conscience Tally Correspondent Business
to the facts and draw his own con- A G REAT IMPRESSION of each front
exclusion. FSCW was gained by a visiting Arts, Fres
*FRIDAY &F | Danish author who was on our Justives eP
Morta, & Pestle, Fla. Union 209, I campus the other day. He is writ- macy); E
7:30-9:00 p.m. ing a book on the U. S. and want c
Co-op Grocery, Fla. Union 210, 8:0s- l a ed to learn about our campus. Sit- ,macy, Ai
Ca iP'.1. Fla. Union 305, 3;30 ting in on a Sociology class, he Law, and
5:3 o.m. remarked about the smallness of Arts a.ndi


By Y .rold Herman
pllhe Publicity DLirector


ChDs. Club, West Lounge, 7:o p.m. e cass The professor, known the iFreshmnan Class and Nine Miembers from the Sophomore ('lass,
orUNDAY explained that the class llarry Parhamn
Poet34 pry Hor, Fla. Union 210, 3:15 was usually large but that about President
Carnegie Set, Fla. Union 305, 7:00- half of it had been sent to the Stldent Body,
9:00 p.m. Judge Clarence L. Newton, past state penitentiary. He neglected,
Litheran Church Service, Aud, pire .det of Beta. Thcta Pi, em o course, to mlen ion that the
11:00 a.m. ', missing students were on a field
MON .DAY her of the Board of Trustees, and i trip-not a road trip-but a field
ligatorStaff, Fla. Union 7: a. National Alumni Counselor, was trip D. Motherhood O f St A nd w
Writers' Club, Fla. Union 208, 7:30- with the local Beta chapter this GOVERNMENT UNDER CO- 0 rft4Ir'o,^ f St nW
9:00 p.m. EDUCATION. Co-education
Alpha Kappa Psi, Fla. Union 209, past week-end for formal and in- greatIproblem and no N. Co-edutione is akI r A n S a
"'.0- eC, .O 1 HO First Annual Banquet
; :. chi, Fla nion 210fornal initiation ceremonies, it better than the student-faculty l s r st nnI sn
i S WriPgm. C m Addresses Chapter committee that is working on
Variety Show Writing Comm., Fla. plans for student government un- First annual banquet of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew at the Uri
CUnion 210,8:00-9:00 U 305, 330- On Friday and Saturday eve- der co-education. At present, the versity of Florida, was held Tuesday, March 4, at the Primrose Gril.
S., ,,, nings he addressed the chapter student mniemers are trying'to de- The chapter had as their guests the Rev. Mr. Alexander of Holy Trin
Flona. Union Dancinglass, Fla. i U 'informally and spoke of his varied de on the form of government- ity, Gainesville, and the speaker Mr. Mortom 0. Nace, executive:
on 30, all evening. o one for boys and one for girls or secretary -of St. Andrews, Tamne,
Society for the Advancement of experiences with other prominent i one together. So far, no onclu-President Be Htche served ,
Management, Fla. Union 308, 715 together. o far, no onclu- e Htcher erved -,
9:15 p.m. Betas. Judge Newton is an im- 0 sions have been drawn. SPE W weekend Big postmaster and his first int
University Women'a Club, Aod., 3:30
nv ty Women Club, Aud, 330 rtant I,l-,. in the history of! THE LATEST CAMPUS RAGE
S Exhibiton, Game Roo et Thet Pi and is often re- istube dresses, which are made c' i i action was of the Rev. Mr. Asi.
300i .n & 7:00 E o.nm, G Roo- BetaTheta Pi and is often e-out of a single tube of cloth Un- Succ ss; N l ley of the Chapel of the Incarna.,
Seminole State, Fla. Union Base- ferred to as the "Beta BistfoP, til they are belted, they look like Ser AS A rC ion, Rev. Ashley spoke on u,:
meant, 7:30 p.m. of New England." old gunny sacks. The other day, 6 eS S M progress and development whit
TUESDAY Speaks at Banquet one of our bright ma'e coeds from I the chapter has made since the i ,
Variety show astin Fla. Uni e Newton was the prci- TBUF stopped a girl who was With the Golden Heart of thle' statement of its charter. He .;
210, 5:00-6:00 p.m. i.o. Jge N ; one of said dresses and fraternity badge as the theme, ,eluded the contact work which t.:
1. F. c., Fla. Union 208, 7:30-9:00 pal speaker at the initiation ban- ''... I if he might ask a ques- conducted with the ne
Cavaliers, Pla. Union 209, 7:00-8:30 quet held Sunday evening m on- on Startled but alwaysquick a Phi Epilon faterty ly arrived Episcopal freshman at
p.m. or of the new initiates. He spoke Ih,,l.,,:i. the girl answered yes; a formal banquet and dance, and th trips to the state prison far:i
Carnegie set, Fla. Union 305, 3:30. f the importance of the ideals of thinking perhaps that a date was an informal picnic and dance last at Raiford to conduct meeting,.
5:30 P.m. in the oth ,ii,.. although she had
Los Picaros, Fla. Union 305, 7:30. the fraternity and the part played never seen the boy a most o weekend. and show movies to a group of
:00 p y Aud 7:30.m.by brotherhood in building peace our coeds lack that much initial The banquet was held at the mates interested in religious ac
Billiard Exhibition, Game Room, among men. Everyone present tive-but I'm wandering from my Primrose Grill with Bill O'Neill itwes"
3:0v p,w.i & 7:00 p.m, was inspired by his address. story. What he wanted to know serving as Master of Ceremonies. Talk On "Time"
-.' how Casting, F. Union Gests Named was--if that were a tube dress, Froceding the banquet, wives and Mr. Nace presented an inspiring
p.. Other guests at initiating cere- would her slip be called an in-
VWEDNESDAY monies and banquet include out- nertube. dates of the Sig Eps and their talk on Time' which hit at ti t
Delta Sigma, Fla. Union 208, 8:00.- standing Betas on the University guests were presented with cor- t e t tici
10:00 p.m. 'nr iiot llavilng tule to participate iiL
c.1*; set, Fla. Union 305, 3 ,1 of Florida staff. Dr. Franklin W. sages of vari-colorec carnations. the affairs of the church. At tti
30 pi.m. o-l hI:.i ,,,..r, Dr. Robert F. David- Immediately following the ban- conclusion of his talk he presented
Dinner- Movie Hour, Aud., 6:0077:45 son, Prof. Henry P. Constans, Har- oa l n Brotherhood ring to the ou-
p.m S i Noti quet a formal dance was held at; the one
Lutheran Church Lenten ServTce.,.11 C. Riker, George Baughman, Senior No ce tub ending member for 1946. P--
Aud., 8:00-9:00 p.m. Alfred B. Parker and Robert E. the Woman s Club. sensation was meade to W. T. Co.
THURSDAY Lee were the Betas from the Uni- Seniors who are interested in Sr-iurday afternoon featured an am, Jr., of Tampa.
A versity who were present. Dean if, rmal party and picnic at Gold-
Alpha Phi Omega, Fla. Union .308 Beaty was also present as one of employment with state or feder- en Head Branch, State Park. Af- Many Present
7:00-9:00 p.m.
V. F. W., la. Union 209, 7:30.10-00 ii, speakers of the evening, al government agencies or com- ter the picnic the group returned Those present were: the Rev.
p.m. New Initiates merelal concerns, are invited to to the Sig Ep House for informal Iorgan Ashley, the Rev. George
Scabbard7*3" Blade Fla. Union 2101 -Those who were initiated were: Ifave their name at Room 3, dancing and the conclusion of the A'Lxander, Ben Hatcher, M. I.
Carnegie Set, Fla. Union 305, 3:i30-. K, mlith Ailsworth, Orlando; Wal- Peronn offi k-end Coran, Jr., Rees Snedaker,. Rober
5:30 p.m. .. ter Brown, Jacksonville; John Langae.f B. Knox, Charles Ledbetter, B(,"
Fla. Union Dancing Class, F!a. Knight, Orlando; David Perrin, rs and employment managers The first world auto speed rec- Rossetter, Raphael .Bentschner
Executive Council, Fla. Union 308;O Miami; John Sherwood, Miami; will be contacted for interviews ord was made at Daytona in 1903, ilvin L. Magnon, Leroy Ellioti.
7:30. -1 Rohbrt Murphy, Miami; George on the campus during the month a speed of 68 miles per hour, in- George Smith, Miles Jester, Ru-.
Dinner Movie Hour, Aud., 6:00-7 -IE AV, ., Jacksonville; Rboert Hen- of April. If interested, please credible in those days, but a sell Bowyer, Pete Bruening, Ju:.
Talk by Dean Christian Gauss, Aild.-fdry, Jacksonville; Sam Lewis, Or- snail's pact compared to Sir Mal- t-,i O. Mainor, Stephen Sands, V,
8:00 p.m. lando, and John SI, .,1.1~i Talla- please leave name beforeApril 1. colm Campbell's 1935 record of M. Gathright, Jr., and Charlt-
Christi Roan Science 10anation hassee. 276 miles per hour at Daytona. Burke.
Comm. Room, 9:30-10:00 pa.m. see


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nation On Elections
(ance with the powers vested in hle iy3 the w-.sfl.ill.i
dent Body of Ihe U'niversity iof Florida hereby call .
tudont Body Election to be held on Thursday, April 3r1,
n 9:00 a.m. Io 6:00 p.nm. lemnilecrs of the designated Iolleg. -
it the following polls:
i ar---N'ei Liyi.,
ore
I Education & Athletics
tural & Forestry-North Entrance to Agricultural Bldg.
cy-dEast Entrance to C'hem. Bldg.
Sciences
s Administration-S. Entrance to Language Hall.
on-West Entrance to Peahodly.
*ring-Entrance to English Building.
Vest Entrance to Law School.
of rain, all polling booths will be located on the first floo'
gs named.
ng offices will le filled in this (General Election: Presideim,
dent, and Secrelaryl-Treasurer of the Student Body; Atlhi
ieil: President, Vice President, Secretary, and two menr-
-cum Council: President and four niinmembers; Board of Stiu.
ications: Three members; Seminole: Editor and Business
nge Peel: FAlitor and Business Mlgr.; ""' Book: Editor an'I
ligr.; Honor Court; Ch('ancellor, Clerk and one Justicel
n Education, Engr., Law, Agri. & Forestry, Arch & Allied
shnian Class, Sophomore Class, and 1'li i;diie. & Athl. T\\o
ach fromin Business Adtin. and Arts and Sciences (& 'Phar.
Executive Council: One member each from Forestry, Phar
ch and Allied Arts; Two members each from Agriculture,
Physical Educ. and Athletics. Also, Eight Members front
Sciences -Business Administration, Educalion, Engilineerilng,




8 THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR ou.re. His conrmmnittee consists of concert, but according to reports tvwo dances, both formal, show the
'ctor Leavengood, Ed Davis. and from his agents, he is not playing hours Friday night frorn 9:30 to
trumpet player of his day-was Elliot Shienfield. concerts on this tour," Turnbul onrie, and the second dance from
Harry JanmeS given the name of Harry Haag We are still hoping James w11 aid. 8:30 to 12. The dances will be held
Continued From Page One James. His parents were show iay the regular Spring Frolics The tentative schedule for the in the University gymnasium.
people; his father led the circus
teinity council was able to throw band, while his mother was an
open the doors .-'to all students. aerialist.
During the war years, the entire .
student body would not even fill His family setutea m neaumont,
the dance hail. 'Texas, and he attended high
Last rolics "Tough",school there. At 14, he won a GENERAL ELECTRIC
The 1946 Fall Fxolics presented He began playing for dance or-
the IFC with one of the toughest chestras. In 1935, he washired by
difficulties ever to be faced in the Ben Polack, and it was with
social world here. However, in or- thi band that he wrote "eckin",
der to continue the policy of the ths band started the mod-i",T
"open" week-end, the IFC crowd- the song which started the mod-
e 1,800 couples into dances at the jitterbugging.TAX AUT H R IT Y
air base gym to "hear" Les In 1937, James went to Benny
Brown. Goochdman's band, and was featur-
"With limited dance-hall facil- ed on the trumpet. In 1939, Good-
ities capable of handling 1200 man lent him $2,000 to start up a The Story of
couples each night, there is barely band of his own, which didn't suc-
enough space for the 2400 frater- ceed until he laid away his ambi- -- DONALD iMILLHAM
nity men." Shearouse pointed out tion of becoming a "hot" man, and
"Even then, only half of the fra- began developing a single sweet UNION '7
ternities can go each night." ,tyle.
Another reason entered into the In 1942, he sold over a million
decision of the IFC is housing disks of "You Made Me Love l lt
facilities taking second place rat- You," and "The Trumpet" found r]HE average man who stews over the
ing. With an agricultural conven- himself a big time hit. That year,fiing of his annual tx return is apt to
Lion here that week-end, there he made his sensational appear- fling of his annual tax return is apt to "
will be difficulty in housing all dance at the Paramount, writing shake his head quizzically over,Donald L.
the dates, even with frat members 'Two O'Clock Jump." His sweet Millham.
moving out of the chapter houses music beeme popular and his re- -While he was in charge of General Electric To help pay his way through Union College,
to the air base and turning their cordings soared. tax accounting, Don used to file more than Don worked for General Electric during
houses over to the dates Shearouse Handling Frolics for the IFCD o worked f G Ee1 duri,
said. over to the dates Shearouse BiHandl Turnbull, recently ap- 500 returns a year--and like it. summer vacations, operating a drill press.
A drawing will be conducted pointed Frolic chairman by Shear- Although he has a new job today--the
Tuesday night at the regular IFC difficult and important one of Comptroller
meeting to decide which frater- -Don maintains an active interest in cor- Today, the General Electric Comptroller, he
cities will take what night. The THE QUALITY STUDIO porate taxation and is still considered the maintains his'interest in corporate toxation,
assessment covering the expenseE. BONE company's tax authority. in which he became the company's expert.
of the two dances.E.HBONE A career in corporate taxation problems is,
The background of the Frolic's Don admits, short on glamour, long on-hard
bandleader provide many unusual 209 East Main St. and diligent work. A dozen years ago lie had RATE TAX
facts. Born in a metaphorical R A
truk, belonging to the phaag Gainesville's Quality Photographers about as much trouble as anyone in under- ATES
Brothers Circus, the infant-who Portrait and Commercial standing the technical language of tax state-
was to grow up to be the greatest ments. But when an opportunity opened in
tax accounting, he took the offer and learned
the complexities of his job as he worked at it.
THE GAS W ELL By meeting the challenges of an exacting
aind constantly expanding field of endeavor,
"POP" SAU N DERS Donald Millham had made for himself a use- J \
;l and important career that has held his

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Easter Egg Hunt

Planned By FU
Florida Union will sponsor a
mammoth Easter Egg Hunt for
the children of all students on
Saturday, April 5, at Camp
\ .il,,,ii If they can attend
this event, parents are requested
to leave their names and the
names of their children at the
Florida Union desk as soon as
possibly,
The Easter Egg. Hunt will be-
gin at 4 p.m. bul those who de-
sh'e transportation should meet
in front of the Union promptly
at 3 p.m.
A committee of ladles is need-
ed to assist in the preparation
of tihe eggs. Those ladies who
wish to volunteer for this assis-
tance are asked to get in touch
with Mrs. Majel Barrett, Flor-
ida Union Hostess, as soon as
possible.
BILL'S SHOE SHOP
118 South Garden
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ALTERATIONS
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Flavet Clowns F atured THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR 9
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'sh. M0 In8n 5 Circus 1 0 5 Annual C1hck
oenl-manager in Building 241,,| | Spark Circus
Fliavet IT.
Only 200 of the total 4.18 units
in Flavet III will be made avail-
able by the FPHA unless addi-
tiional appropriations are secured m t i i i i
frrm the present tongrEss. At the d A.. The 1947 edition of the annual Florida Baby Chick
present time the FPIIA is re- and Egg Show got uider way yesterday and will continue
i nuestins 50 million dollars which 1 h rh Satill rdai


FLORIDA PARTY

Platform

PERTAINING TO SOCIAL FUNCTIONS:
1. The FLORIDA PARTY pledges itself to enact legislation
which will prevent the use of University facilities for any social
week-ends (Frolics), which is not open to the student body at
large.
2. The FLORIDA PARTY believes that it is the duty of the stu-
dent government to sponsor top notch social week-ends which
shall be open to all students.

PERTAINING TO OUR UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA:
1. The FLORIDA PARTY pledges its active and sincere support
in furthering the progress of the University of Florida, includ-
ing additional telephone facilities, immediate completion of Fla-
vet III, and return to the students, as soon as practicable, the
use of student facilities in the Florida Union, and more and bet-
ter recreational facilities at the University. Also to urge the
construction of a dance patio between the Florida Union and the
cafeteria.
2. The FLORIDA PARTY maintains that a member of the stu-
dent 1.'ody has a duty to perform toward his University during
his college career. The fulfillment of this duty is in decent con-
duct, participation in vital student activities and exercising of
the vote on election day. The Florida Party will seek to revive
interest in these vital elements of Student Government.
3. The FLORIDA PARTY stands for an intelligent, but critical
attitude toward our administration-the result of this being
beneficial to our University.

PERTAINING TO OUR HONOR SYSTEM:
1. The FLORIDA PARTY will support- a drive to bring the Hon-
or System spirit up to the high level of its pre-war days.
2. The FLORIDA PARTY stands wholeheartedly behind organiz-
ing a committee to speak before every high school in the state
in order to orient future students on the Florida Honor system.

PI'IIT1'NING TO CAMPUS POLITICS:
1. The FLORIDA PARTY will do its utmost to rectify the con-
ditions on our campus in which the mass of the students don't
have an opportunity to. actively participate in real political ac-
tivity, or they have to swap, deal and trade for what they can
get.
2. The FLORIDA PARTY stands for the eradication of any laws
which discriminate between groups, of students.
3. The FLORIDA PARTY believes in the wholesome coopera-
tion of all groups in political activity, but will tolerate no under-
hand dealings in its .policy or platform.
4. The FLORIDA PARTY will stand behind a move to send Flor-
ida men to the various high schools in the state on order to
orient them -on student government and campus politics at the
University of Florida.
5. The FLORIDA PARTY believes that democracy will. work in
our campus elections. The Florida Party runs the man the stu-
dents want to run, not the choice of a handful of big-wheels.


and who will be seen during the Tenative Deadline Set
coming engagement will be Elmer The spring edition of the Peel
Lindquist-known for years to cir- has gone to press, and the ten-
cus audiences as "Mee Too;" Gil- tative deadline for contributions
bert Wilson, Dime Wilson, Zeke for the summer issue has been set
aL Mont, Billy Montrose, "a. -.a ti 15. This issue will ap-
Hartsell, Mel Henry, Frank W'O,'Ij, .1 ,J'i,,g May and will be the
and a host of others. 'd 1 ft .year.


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wi)l complete ,allof nthe2 nits l The show, sponsored by
living the remaining 28 units the I '.,,cCo^ B0'yini
University and state are going:lture 0
ahead and completing the site being h i eld in the showroom
plan and utilities for the' entire -
roject. med
Senators Committed E. W hit Named
Both Senator Pepper and Sen-
ator Holland as well as all of the M. ana ing Editor
st.te representatives have corn- 'Of I
mitted themselves and have at- O Orange Peel
tempted to aid the University in
every means possible to procure As the result of second semes-
the necessary allocations of funds
for the completion of Flavet o III. fn ." ter changes in the staff of the
Mr. John P. Broome, director i One of the features of the world Orange Peel. Jack Doherty, editor,
described the setting of Flavet III famous Sparks three-ring, railroad today announced the following
of the FPHA for this region, has circus which will pitch its vast ar- promotions. For the post of Man-
as one of the most beautiful he 1 ray of tents in Gainesville on aging Editor, Elgin White; for ex-
has seen in his region. Flavet III Monday, March 24., at the Waldo
is located on the Southwest part iRoad show grounds under the au- i change editor. George Mason; for
of the campus in a wooded area spices of the Gainesville Junior office manager, Taft Pierce. These
studded with magnolia -trees. Chamber of Commerce is the army appointments are subject to Board
--- of clowns, "Merry" Andrews, of Publications approval.
"'Joeys" and other funmakers
Gray Spe ks- whose mission in life is to make Succeeds Henderson
ray S ak oldsters as well as the youngsters' White stepped into the manag-
Continued From Page One -children of all ages-forget the ing editorship from his former po-
Youn Democrats will appoint troubles of the's cd world and pro- sition as assistant managing edi-
vide hearty laughter on circus
three members of the club to at- day. to''. He succeeded Lee Henderson
tend the forthcoming convention The array of clowns in this i who resigned due to the press of
at Daytona Beach, March 28, it years all new Sparks Circus in- other duties.
was decided at last Monday's lude such noted mirthmakers as Doherty annomiced that staff
meeting. Ernie Burch, whose brilliant and meetings are held .every Tuesday
About 20 members were pres- inspired antics keep audiences in afternoon.at 3:00, and all inter-
ent. gales of- mirth during the entire ested students are invited to pre-
program. Others w;,-b _Ji_-m r 'ient their qualifications for mem-
achieved fame in "Clovi, .11 ,' t. i_, 7, 7 i. staff.


THE



GREATER GATOR

PARTY


PRESENTS FOR YOUR APPROVAL


THE TOP
QUALIFIED

CANDID
5Q-


ATES


President of Student Body

FRANK STANLEY


Vice President

BOB BROOKS


Chancellor of Honor Court

DICK BROOME



Clerk of Honor Court

DICK WYKE


Secretary-Treasurer

KEN JONES


FOR AGGRESSIVE ACTION


The purposes of the show, ac-
cording to Dan Beardsley, general
chairman, are:
1. To stimulate greater interest
in the production of better and
more standardized eggs for mar-
keting and hatching purposes.
2. To stress factors which de-
termine quality and to create in
the minds of poultrymen and
hatcherymen a desire to produce
eggs and baby chicks of known
and reputable quality.
3. To give an instructive ex-
hibition of the methods of scor-
ing. grading and packing of eggs
and ii aby chicks.
4. To educate the buying pub-
lic to recognize and encourage the
production of high quality eggs
and chicks.
5. To present an educational
feature for the benefit ot agricul-
tural students as well as the gen-
eral public.
Has Two Parts
The show is divided into two
paits, the Florida first is open to
all Florida producers of eggs and
baby chicks and the second to all
College of Agriculture students
and those University students
planning to enter the College of
Agriculture upon completion of
the University College.
The Block and Bridle Club has
obtained a number of poultry
authorities to serve as judges.
Among them are Dr. D. C. Gilles,
Poultry Veterinarian, Livestock
Sanitary Board, Tallahacs;ee; Mr.
F.. S. Risher, Poultry Marketing
Specialist, State Marketing Bu-
reau, Jacksonville; and Mr. N. R.
Mehrhof, Poultry Husbandman,
University of Florida..
Trophies Awarded
Silver trophies will be awarded
as grand prizes in the Florida Egg
Show, the Collegiate Egg Show,
and the Florida Ba*by Chick
Show. Other prizes, ranging
from five dollars, will also be
awarded for the runners-up.




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Two Appearances
i The University of Florida Glee
Club will make two out-of-town
appearances, March 16, singing
at the state prison at Raiford in
]the morning and the Veterans'
Hospital at Lake City in the aft-
ernoon.
Start New Policy
Inaugurating a new policy of
taking only 40 men on trips, the
i "AmbassadQrs of Good Will" plan
to leave about 9:30 Sunday a.m.
on a chartered bus for the jour-
ney to Raiford, where they will
sing at 10:30 and will lunch at
the prison following the concert.
Entertain Sick, Wounded
The songsters are scheduled to
entertain sick and wounded ex-
servicemen at the VA hospital in
Lake City with an informal ap-
pearance at 3 p.m. and will return
to the campus late Sunday after-
Snoon.


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TODAY AND SATURDAY
Wally Brown and
Alan Carney in
"Genius At Work"
3 Mesquiteers in
"Come On Cowboys"

SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Mystery Fans!
Here Is the Show
For You!
Tom Conway in
"Criminal Court"
Karen Morley in
"The Unkiown"'

TUESDAY ONLY

GLENN FORD,
JANET BLAIR in
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JOURNEY"

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DANNY KAYE and
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10 THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Frat Entertains Phi Dells capture I ack

o as T e ee T GlhFrat Entertains M f w

S On Sunday, March 9, the
10 C00I IDelta Chapter of Kappa Sigma W o l
entertained the members of the
Florida State College for Worn- By Bill Boyd
on's Glee Club at the chapter Phi Delta Theta continued their domination of the
By Julian Clarkson house from 12 to 3. During this Fraternity Intramural race as they captured four first
Thomas C & ,D turned on the heat to grab a close vic- time, dinner was served and fol-away with the track meet gath-
iowed by informal singing par- places to virtually-walk away with the track meet gath-
tory in the Dormitory and Independent intramural track ticipated in by the hosts and ering 38 points compared to 22 picked up by the second-
meet held this week, scoring 27 points, two more than the glee club members, place Kappa Alpha squad.
runners-up, The Club. Temporary Dorm A finished a close The Phi Delts captured first places in the 120-yard low
third behind the two leaders -with 24 points, hurdles, 880 yd. run, 880 y, re-
Paced by Commander, Thomas C & D amassed three lay and discus. The winners
firsts, three seconds, one third, won seconds in 70"yard high gino (SAP); 2, Kendrick (PLIT); 4,
firsts, oeuth.ree seconds, one third, e n Cs hurdles and broaa jump, also won Tanizer (KA); 132 ft. 2 in.
and one fourth. Commander won Bfou thirds and four fourths. .
top honors in the high jump and ithe shotput. Ks Tak Two Firsts THIS WEEK'S PROGRAM
the running i-road jump besides Results of the events were as FI KAs Take Two Firsts THIS WEEKS PROGRAM
coping third in the 120 yd. high follows: The KA's led by Bob Watkins,
hurLdles. Second in total num- 70-yard high hurdles: 1, lRo oe V iuhigh point man of the meet, grab- Adults 30c
ber of individual points was Chris (The 'ub): 2. Griffin T'emp. Dorm bed two firsts, both by Watkins, child 9c
Eaniankas, Pensacola Club, who A)X; 3. o-oins (C.L.O.); 4, Lock- p D Teta continued to the 100 yd. dash and the 220 yard
took first in both the discus and d (Sealel); 9. Phi Delta The continued to the 100 yddashanddthe 220 yard
S00- yard dash: 1,t-endzier (Thoni- dominate Fraternity league i dash.They also captuareds d two *-
as C' & D); 2, Goodwin (The Club); seconds, two thirds and twoTODAY ONLY
Shoema ker (All Stars ; 4, Post tramurals by triumphing over Sig- fourths. TODAY ONLY
6 m .B (Presbyterian): 30.6. ma, Phi Epsilon, 12-6, in the finals The SAE's failed to win a first Evelyn Keys in
Te0yard low hurlesA): 2 ee (rfin of the touch football tourney Ties- place but gathered four seconds "Renegades"
a I iS); 3, Commannder (Thomas C & day afternoon. In addition to in- and a third to tally 14 points good
ONE DAY ONLY D); -1, Robbins (C.L.O.); 14.6. creasing their lead over second enough for a third place in the Walt Disney's
ONEDAlub) 2, Gdzir (Thomas C & I)) place Kappa Alpha in fraternity meet. "PINO
M onday0 :l,, Evans (C.L 0): 4, Nudine (ires-intramural standings, the Phi Ph. Kappa T.au eased into "PINOCCHIO"
bay erir:.,. .'. Delts also won the right to re- fourth with two firsts, both by M.
M 80 -yard run: 1, Hiene (Crane tire the touch football trophy, Boyce, who tied Watkins for the SAT. THRU MON.
farChl Hall); 2, Ford (Baptist Union); 3, since this year's victory marks high point honor of the day. Fonda in
AFTERNOON 2:30 8:00 (Prsbyteriian): 2:5.5, their third title. The meet was run `efo'e a large "My Darlin
NIGHT Doors Open 1-7 88u-yard relay: 1, The Club; 2, After being outtplayed during crowd and the Intramural De- My Darling
s & D: 1ian : 39, Temp. 1rm A; most of the game, the Phi Delts apartment wishes to express its ap- Clemerstine"
W ALDO ROAD iscus (Independent): Banan- came to life late in the final preciation in carrying out the
kas (Pensacola Club): 2, Stoviill period and tallied to break a 6-6 meet. Monte Hale in
Auspices (Presbyterian); 3, lBaunian (Crtiane
HaAusll); 4, ces i ns (C .); 1 feet, deadlock. Scott tossed to Dixon in Complete results for the meet "Man From Rainbow
J A Y C E E S 6:, inches. the flat for the final yard to cli- for the fraternities: Val
Of Gainesille biscus (Dorm'): 1,.Maynor (S100d max a long scoring drive. 100-yard dash: 1, \Vatkins-(KA): 2, Valley
dOf Gainesie ) 2, hr (Te mp orm The SPE's filled the air with Willamis (SA); K feet, 6%,' inches. desperation passes in the dying 420-ar dash: 1, (tkin; (A)16
igh jump (Independent): 1, moments of the game, but the Phi williams (SAE):; :endr:eks (P T); TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
IJAMI EDGAR PRESENTS Robbins (C.L.O.): 2. Hunsingar (The Delts held to preserve their slim W. Xilli1nms (PIDT); 23.1. --
-.- -.- Clu-b): l Altee (Crane Hdall) Crim 7u-ya'd ,;_i. hurdles: 1, Boyce Virgiino O'Brien in
.'-i (All Stars), and Starling (Baptist lea.d. (PKI); 2, I' .. (PDT); 3, Chazel "3 WISE O LS
,-- -nio); 5 feet, 8 inches. Piling up five first downs in (I'DT): ;. Bishop (,:A); 9.7. 3 WISE FOULS
., .. -. li jump (D)orm.): t. Command- .-yard low hWOrdle": 1, Williams
? (Thomns C & D); 2. ritffin the first half along with a touch- 20n, ard 1 h. .WilliamsB.
Temp. Dorm A); 5 feet, 10 inches. fown,'i in the initial period, the (KA):; Tuckerl (PDT); 12.0. Tar Bren Joyce i
S Shotput (Independent): 1, ,anan- SPE's carried the fight to the vie- I SOS-yard run: 1, Patillo (PDT): 2. "DANGER WOMAN"
S/ kas (Pensacola Club); 2, naumann tors throughout the early stages McKinnon (KA); 3, Willis (KS); j,
S(Crane Hall): 3, HIunsinger (The Lors throughout the early stages Kni (ATO); 2:OG.2.
C lub); 4. Specter jHillel); 49 feet, of the game. SPE halfback Bag- -ard relay: 1, PI)T:. 2, KA; 3, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
\ 1 .ll Drm: 1. Ano ld (Tem. inches, gett, who kept the Phi Delt team SA2: I. ATO; 1:35.7.
SShoput (Dom.): 1. Arnold in hot water with his passing and High ip: 1, Boce (PKT): Buster Crabbe in
Dorm A); 2, Conne, (Thomas C & Otoght rson (S C); 2, Taylor (DTO): A E 1
D); 3, Cucciado (Sledd C & C); 37 ball-carrying, pitched a scoring -I, Able (SN): martin (PDT); Purser "SWAMP F
"..p %' /feet, 7t, inches, heave to Dampier to cover the (SN): Williams (PDT); four way tie
'" Lnning broad jump (Independ- final four yards in the SPE's for fourth; 5 ft. 10 in:. Sidney Toler in
Sent): 1, Lockard (Seagle Hall); 2, Broad jump: 1, Taylor *(DTD);. 2. C
-- homemaker (All Stars); 3, Goodwin touchdown march. Martin (PDT); 3, Hopper (KA); 4, ShaOWS Ov
DTheeC.ugameuty:grabbinglCaascot Mass i n2 PD ); ?, 4.r (dA); .ow s Over
(The Club); 4, Wright (Hell Cats); Shortly before halftime, Bolick Hyman (PGD); 20 ft. 51-2 in. n
18 feet, 9 inches. uhot Put: 1, Donmnek (ATO): 2. CinatOWn
I='n Running broad jump Dorm.): 1, put the Phi Delts back in the ball I-owll (SATDr); 3, Whidden (PKA);
Commander '(Thomas C & D);: 2. game by grabbing a Scott pass 4, illotte (PDT): 43 ft. 1 1-2 in. Serial, HOP HARRIGAN
ones (Temp. Dorm A); 3, Kara- fin the end zone after it had ap- Discus: 1, Martin (PDT): 2, Lonr-,
philisn (Sledd C & G); 19 feet, 0 3-4 parently been knocked down by
an SPE halfback. The Phi Delts
I 1 trailed in first-downs, six to five, THIS WEEK'S S Students' Rate
S.until they added the winning six- PROGRAM Sturdays 30c
l Club M ake pointer late in the game.Saturdays 30c


Phone 1543









baseball Team48


By Jordan Bittel ,F.
The 1947 Gator baseball l r "-
squad has high hopes of cel- k'
ebrating their debut tomor-
row with a victory over the -
Green Cove Navy Springs ,.
team here.
Coach Sam McAllister's *.- '' '
charges have visions of opening .
their year with an inaugural vie-
tory and in the words of All Mo-
hamed: "Amen:"
Material Aplenty
The Gatormen have been chas-
ing "cans of corn" and "grass cut-
ters" hither and yonder all over ... "
the diamond for the past few .
weeks and Coach Sam reports an. ,
overabundance of men and mate-
rial with at least 14 men fighting
for each position: More men are -
expected out with the close of
spring football practice. C,' ,".
Bat Practice Satisfactory '
While there have been compara-
tively few fence-rattling blows, .OM T"-T~* TO oss o o,- -
this should not.! e a discouraging ,v o,
sign-the nearest fence is 4 miles |~ INE -AS TER MAN T QAMN4
away. However, there have been iNST TTe~, ZT e a POOTBA.L A iL
a good many solid base knocks /
fronm- the bats of some boys. named D TR4n N vE A ,* ST PRO A B <6frB L
Brown, White, and Bracken. L6AGCi'E BEc"E BCC.MING TPA.1MEQ /
The Florida-boys' spirit is high
and the Green Cove Sailors Will
know they are in a ball game
when they tangle with the Ga- g
tors tomorrow. Ind
.Mou idmen Told S
Seme of the men expected to W Bs S i g
toe the mound tomorrow are
Right-handers Adams, McP-ie, A
Stangry (the only letterman re-
turinig to the pitching staff), and ij | a Cs
tepvens a.lonv t with nossiblv Iy.ef-


Choe; -


ty Maribella. Behind the shin By larty Lubov By Sanford Schnier
guards and chest protector one Swimming on one of the chilliest days of the season, li s'n the sky-its a bird-is a plane it's Gene il-
ma3 perhaps make out the faces University of Florida tankmen were nosed out by Emory, Well, maybe pole-vaulters don't fly quite that high,
of Lindgren, Barnes, or Mengs. 4-34, in a hard-fought fast-paced dual meet here last Sat- Well, maybe pole-vault on't fly quite that high,
urday. Tied until the last event 34-34 Emory s fored but that red-headed Phi Delt on Florida's track squad
to call on a fast relay team to break the deadlock, comes pretty close to it.
Paced by Gainesville's Bill Pep- He's 23 years old, wears specs once in a while, has an
per and Capt. Roger "Tiger" inimitable and perpetual smile on inches held by Cornelius Warmer-
Holmes, Florida took four of the a his face, stands 71 inches in dam who made it on May 23, 1942.
nine events while Emory managed height, tips the scales at 165, is Gene adds: "Now that I think
firsts in five. Pepper was high- I good-looking, and unmarried. (Eli- of it, I wish I were Superman!"
point man of the meet with 10 3-4 gible gals take note.) And he ain't kiddin'.
points to his credit while Holmes l Collects Track Records
By Phil Webb placed fourth in individual scoring Like Gardner, Hills, and Wil-
The University of Florida a R. with 8 points. Pepper won two cox, Gene prizes a collection of
0.- T. C. rifle team captured two firsts for the Gators, swimming By Ray Jacobson cinder records.- A graduate of St. j
more matches for the week end- smoothly in the 220-yard free-; The varsity's spring football Petersburg High School, he earn- l a d lI
ing March 8, by defeating the s t y 1 e and 440-yard free-style! practice has gotten into high gear. ied two track letters and annexed
University of New York 1808 to events. The team is now scrimmaging the Florida state high school pole-
1872 and Niagara University 1687 Records Brok .every day and should see plenty of I vault title inll 1941 with an 11 feet,
to 1872. C: lough work before the regular in- 7 1-2 inch offering. Big Ten S
15 Victories Charles Newton, Eor bac tra-squal game on March 27. The Championship honors came next
This brings to 15 the number of star, broke the pool rec- d e be played by two teams b with an 11-feet, 7 inch vault-a
victories for the Gators so far for 150-yard back-stroke with tne el usen by Coach Wolf. This con- record that stanIs today. A 14-man all-campus touch
this season. The results of four rast time of 1:52.3. Previous mark tet will be played in conjunction Won Numeral in 1942 football squad has been named by
other meets fired the same week for the University tank, estab- vth the meeting of the Florida i In 1942 W'i'lams won a Gator Intramural Department officials
were not announced. These listed in 1937 by Bobby Collins, Sportswriters Association which numeral on One freshman team, from the 21 fraternities partici-
matches were with Auburn, Wis- was 1:52.8, is being held in Gainesville at that and set the Freshmnan Meet mark' pating in the tournament, Man-
consin, Vermont, and Rhode Is- In the meet, the first here since time. The game will be open to of 12 feet, 1-4 inch. ager Jack Weeks announced this
land. 1941, Emory forged ahead in the the public. Uncle Sam beckoned shortly I week.
The high scoring Gator for the 300-yard medley relay, lost the -"' Formaticn after, and Gene answered with Four Semi-FinalisA
second straight week was L. E. next three events, took the back- In roee practices, the team service in the European theater The four emi-finalists Phi
Koon, who fired 308 points. The stroke and breast-stroke swims, has been working from the ''I for- s an Army engineer. The four sei-finaliss, Phi
other four high point men were: lost the 440-yard free-style and nation for the most part. The It might be said that Gene pole Delta Theta, Sigma Phi Epsilon,
E. P. Smith, W. A. Williams, D. broke the tie with a championship first team has seen Doug Belden vaults so high because he was Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Kappa Sig-
G. Clark, and S. B. Gilbert. AAU relay team to cop the con- t quarterback doing most of the born in the spring, but it'll. only ma and Alpha Tau Omega, run-
Practice For Nationals test. asking. At fullback it has bees leau to Gene saying: ner-up in bracket play, each
At the same time it was an- Florida Takes Diving Billy Parker, with Hal Griffin and Learned In Fifth Grade placed two men on the all-star
nounced that the rifle team would Florida plunged to a clean sweep M!;chaels at the halves. "Lt was back in the fifth grade tea.m. Jimmy Scott of the title-
begin firing next week on the in diving with Dingman scooping Loren Broadus, sensational high when my roommate, Bill Rey- winning Phi Delts was chosen
National Intercollegiate Rif 1 e first place with 104 6 points and school star from Jacksonville, has nolds, taught me how to pole captain of the mythical team.
Matches. The University of Flor- Bracken second with 91.1. shown up well in early practices, vault. Thanks to him I have Names Announced
ida team was one of-the five in The results: 0He has repeatedly broken away found something I truly like. Pole Men that comprise the roster
the southeast picked to represent 300-yard medley relay: Emory. I for spectacular runs. He has been vaulting, I venture to say, is more are Scott and Gene Bolick of the
the- 3rd Army Area in these Time 3:32. sharing the punting honors with fur, than any other track event." Phi Delts, Don Walker and Buster
matches. 220-yard free-style: Fepper (F), Don Stuart. The center position Junior In Engineering Dampier of the runner-up SPE's,
In addition the Gators will fire Brown (F), Haw (E), 2:32.5. has found Webster and Kynes Now a junior i the School of Wyatt Pairr:sh and Larry Potter
5 other matches for the week 50-yard free-style: Holmes (F), fighting it out for the first string Eigineering, Williams will be try- of Kappa Sig, Tommy Balikes and
ending March 15. These are with Forbes (E), Margeson (E) 24.5. orth ing to knock off the varsity pole- Clewis Howell, SAE's, and J. T.
Alabama, Kentucky, ichigan D D eon ( 104.6 Injury List High vault mark of 12 feet, 9 inches- Carey and Bob Ward, ATO's.
tate ia Tech and the Uni- points, Bracken (F)91.1 points, The injury list has been high. Viend then he'l stt c w By Secet Ballot
varsity of Hawaii. Brooks (E) 77.6. Vacarro and Paul i-ortellaro are s reco o eet, Pi Lambda Phi's Jack Suber-
100-yard free-style: Forbes (E), oCit for the rest of the spring prac- man, Delts' Dan Ruh], Kappa Al-
WANTE D: Holmes (F), Margeson (E), 58.2. tices: John Ntayshak, Dick Lash- Lambda C h iAlha pha's Bobby Rodenberry, and the
WAN ED:150-yard back stroke: Newton ley, Dan Sliman, Bill Forte, Don br Pikes' Obie Lawson round out the
(E), Van Pelt (E), Johnson (F), Stuart, and Frank Dempsey are squad of fourteen men. The se-
PRACTICAL NURSE 1:52.: temporarily out of action. lectior-ewas made by the officials
Str- of the tournament and members
20E T3-J yard breast strokeI: Blank LAMBDA C ALPHA culmin- of the intramural board by secret
PHONE '[734-Ji (E), Ridley (E), Hagler (F) M i, Utes ated a successful rush program by ballot
2:50. plecdging themselves the following
440-yard free-style: Pepper (F), I. -leeting eplled to order 744) ieln m
Conll ,H. ..... inUte,.oc41st et ead eleven men: Robert Melvin Black- iI
S Cornell (F), Haw (E), 5:43. and approved. burn, Robert Arnold Nord of P i Del-ts Lead In
COLLAR turned Buttons replaced; 400-yard relay: Emory (Cald- 2. Luens briefly dise4.ssed the North Miami Beach,; Tracy Hen-
Caurned uttons replacedhan well Forbes, M ;.-.. Blank), Imrt fp rm. ad prore y Van Bauren, Jr., of Key West;
Mending-Call .at. 526 "seTiie, 3:56.4A,3. o'NelII inovet that" Ornlan len- Timothy James Mullis of Patho-
8 to 12 mornings, Monday through I Florida's next scheduled meet, dry be approved to fill; the v-, repe; Cader William. Altman of
Friday. and the last meet of the season, eAinn o1n 'xeutive (ouneii from Bowling Green; Henry B. Smith, According to unofficial tabula-
will be with Georgia Tech on1 4. Smith l.v'ed that O'Neill's O10- Jr., of Altoona; Harry H. Brink- tions the list below is correct for
March 22, at the University pool. fion ,he tn1aied Motion failed, icy of Daytona Beach; and Joseph the Fraternity League of the In-


Just Received New Spring, Summern
COMPLETE LINE

NICK D 'AMATO
'The Tailor
ALL ALTERATIONS
Phone 1785 113 South Pleasant St.
Gainesville, Florida


65. oririnni motion n rhatie. William Daniels, Jr., John George
the Torce of payment for lill end Robert William Schroter, all
of lvnme pictures in SemiipOle Ebenhack, Benjamin Evas Davis
and if paid from special fund we of Lakeland.
approve i suieli paiyiPnv'l.,
7. O ; eill l por'ld o ttable whit-
,.. pro.' m-tion. Motion carried. Art. Ill, See. 2, chanuxe salaryy
8. Grafton gave Exeeutivt- Council $70() :a year" to read -soalary not
a report o n Athletli Counnil's to exceed $900 a year." m
dpheix n "', Pe- i rnine'pl (lIa t t e tickets 10. HDivis moved to accept recoan-
for the 1947 football season. mediation of Hoard of Student4
P'ri.'s ap;ried ~ on were as f1ol- PulicItaions. Motion c arred.
GI',iv n: -I~"<-', i:" vi ane, $4.SOi ; 11. M Falniian'i s:ei$e, $i.25; ai.lI others, 12-. Ted Sl ortletf up d I'liot .S ,ihn-
$1 S0,. field were appointed and ap-
9. 'The rloard of Student Pulbli'a- proved Assistant Secretaries of
tonP s I c(iitmllended( tie efllolw- Pil uic R elation s.
lig t 'change in their charter: 1 :. M.- etinig pdjovirned 9:20 Dit--


tramural Race with points minclud-
ing the Track meet held lost Wed-
nesday.
(1.) PDT-981; (2.) KA-839;
(3.) SAE-744; (4.) SPE-722;
(5.) DTD-693; (6.) PKA-683;
(7.) ATO-679; (8.) PLP--669;
(9.) PKT-646; (10.) KS-623;
(11.) SX-616; (12.) TX-590 ,
(13.) SN-580; (14.) TEP--577;
(15.) BTP-568; (16.) PKP-560;
(17.) PGD-527; (18.) DX--481;
(19.) AGR-473; (20) LXA-465;
(21.) DS-463; (22) CP-417.


THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR 11


foolba Workou Open



oPub WoSays
. By Bernfe Ward
Coach Ray "Bear" Wolf announced today that from
* Ino, on, all the practice sessions are open to the public. He
id that they had been closed but that many students had
been them anyway.
Coach Wolf and his staff have answered the cry for
imort and better talent ;-y lining
up an impressive array.of talent,
consisting of nine 1946 Florida both ends; Lazarus Lewis of Quin-
higi, school stars, as well as an lcy a back; Ray Gatch of Eustis
equal number of out-of-state and Fred Montesoca of Avon
star... Park., backs, and Willard Shoe-
Frosh Eligible maker of Ocala, a guard.
Under a new ruling of the Out-Of-State Sart
SSoutheastern Confere n c e, a 11 The outstanding out-of-state
freshmen v.ho enroll before July prep star is Edward Dobrowslski,
1, are eligible to play varsity ball a sensational back from Nashua
the next season. Because of this High of New Hampshire. He was
ruling. Coach Wolf has brought all state there for three years and
in his new players early and does singlehanded defeated Andrew
not p!ay to have a freshman team Jackson in an intersectional game
in 1947. in Jacksonville last Decemrrer. He
High School Stars will enter the University in June.
Heading the list of Florida high j More Newcomers
school is Loren Broadus,' who Other newcomers include Rob-
scored 15 touchdowns for Andrew ert Cummings and Brady Mitch-
Jackson High of Jacksonville last ell. guard and tackle from Taren-
year. Other players from Flor- tum, Pa. Dick Lashley, tackle
ida are Eldridge Beach of St. from Steubenville, Ohio. Donald
Pete, a hard running fullback; Stewert, back from Columbus,
Jesse Davis and Adrian Dawson Ohio; Tommy Brag, all state
from Miami Senior High; Joe guard, from Macon, Ga.; and
Hawkins of Fort Myers and Grant Ralph Puci from Canton, Ohio,
Hester of Lee of Jacksonville, and Joe Matteo, from Niles, Ohio.


Red-Headed Gene Williams


Tries For Altitude Records





12 THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR



lusicaiStars


SBaritone To Appear Here MargaretSpeas;

p aom ThiWeCconrad Thibuit
Ulp for Sale Ihi Week i.,


By Ted Shurtleff
With Military Ball one week distant, approximately
200 tickets have gone on general sale at ROTC headquar.
ters, it was announced yesterday by the Military Depart-
ment.
The ball, an annual event before cancellation during
war years, is co-sponsored by ad-
P vanced ROTC students and 10 fra-
Plays Here ternities. Of 1,150 tickets, partic-
-.- ipating fraternities will be given
slightly over half, 200 will go on
general sale and the rest will be
given to advanced ROTC men to
.sell where they may.
Ticket Purchases


More simply, it means that any
student wishing to attend the big
week-end has two ways of getting
tickets: (1) Through military
headquarters, and (2) through one
of the students of the advanced
course.
Price of tickets is $5. This in-
eludes the Friday afternoon con-
cert, Friday night dance and Sat-
urday night formal.
Music by Hudson
Dean Hudson's great young or-
chestra will supply mus.,, for the
week-end and will broadcast na-


tion-wide over Mutuai, with Fail
Gaines as master of ceremonies,
from 11:30 to 11:55 Satu. day


By Harold Herman
The Lyceum Council will
present Margaret Speaks,
celebrated singer of concert
and radio, and Conrad Thi-
b au It, the distinguished
American baritone, in a-
Joint recital on Wednesday,
March 19, at 8:00 p.m., according
to H. D. "Rich" Richardson, pres-
dent of the Council.
The recital will be held in the
University auditorium and students
Swill be admitted free. General ad-
Smission is $1.00 and student wives
* fifty cents. Distribution of tickets
, will begin Monday at ithe Florida
'Union desk. Tickets must be ob-
tained in advance.
Great Radio Star
Margaret Speaks has appeared
in concert throughout America
' and Europe, and though she has
never studied in Europe, the silver
voiced soprano has been acclaim-
ed by the critics in many of the
capitals on the Continent. She


-_ -- became well-known throughn ner
Mr. Conrad Thibault, America's own baritone, will be presented singing performances on the
with Margaret Speaks in a joint recital here Wednesday night. The "Voice of Firestone" radio pro-
gram.
talented classical singer appeared on a Florida Lyceum Council pro- Third Generation
gram in 1942 and was well received. With his masterly singing plus The silver voiced soprano is at
the dramatic acting of the music he performs. Conrad Thibault pronmi- least the third generation of a
ises an entertaining program. Admission for students is free. musical family. Oley Speaks, Miss
Speak's Uncle, is the composer of
5 ^ $i'. A V C "Mandalay," "Sylvia," "Morning"

5 0 VK03 xe a 111,American musical life.


Dean Hudson is the leader of
the band which will play for Mili-
tary Ball next week-end. The
1'and will be featured on a nation-
wide radio broadcast at 11:30 p.m.,
Saturday, March 22.


Alligator Heads

To Be Chosen
All students seeking positions
of Editor, Managing Editor and
Business Manager of the Flor-
ida,.Alligator should make appli-
cation in writing to the Chair-
man of the Board of Student
Publications, Florida 'Union, not
later than 6 p.m., Saturday,
March 15, 1947.
Students interested in mak-
ing applications should refer to
Article IV, Section 4, par. 41),
of the Student Body Constitu-
tion to determine qualifications
f,,r these positions (see F Book
pages 192 & 1'93, especially p.
103), and to Illu harderr of the
Florida Alligator, Article. VII,
Student Body Constitution (V
Book, p. 1-11).
After making written appli-
cations, applicants should be
available) for interview Thurs-
da3 at 3:30 p.m., March 20,
1947, when the-Electoral Board
meets in executive session inl
room 10, Florida Union Build-
ing.
H. B. Dolheare, Chairman of
the Board of Studenti Publica-
tions.

Kamodhed


go out over WRUF during theil
"week-end. From 11:30 to 12 Sat- N
"urday morning a description of
the parade will be on, while Fri-
day night's dance music will be onI


Thibault "Well Received"
Conrad Thibault was well re-
ceived in his 1942 performance on
the Florida campus. In the past
three years, he has given over
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the air 10:30 to 11. 160 recitals, includig u r-e
the air 0:0 to 11. By Jack Bryan gagements. His radio perform-
Parade Broadcast The American Veterans' Committee drive to increase ances include: Manhatten Merry-
In speaking of the parade broad- subsistence allowances for veteran students is meeting Go-Round, Cities Service, Coca-
cast, Col. Edmundson. head of the With favorable response, according to Bob Kugler, who Cola Hou, Ford Hours, RCA Vic-
ROTC unit, said, "We are highly heads the University of Florida chapter of the organiza- Melody Hour, and Lucky Strike.
confident that Gen. Eisenhower, I tion. "MlIasterly Singing"
Gen. Devers and Gen. Spaatz will Goal of the campaign is to obtain payments of $100 Thibault has appeared with
join the broadcast from their per month for single men, $125 for many leading symphony orchestra
headquarters in Washington and married students, plus $10 a through the country. He believes
send personal messages to the month for each child, andstatedthat o- the booth will be kept. pr eg t hea es li
sendhtorthehcinpresenting his hearers with
Florida ROTC." cal AVC has been collecting sig- Open through Saturday, March 15. masterly singing plus "something
"Pass in Review" natures for a petition to that ef- Some Criticism else" in the form of the living,
fect, to be sent to the Florida con- Some criticism of the drive had dramatic re-crea,tion of the music
About one thousand ROTC stu- gressional delegation. reached the ears of AVC, and of- he performs.
dents will pass in review Saturday Booth Set Up ficials of the local chapter this
morning, followed by a display of For this purpose AVC has set week issued a statement in de-
artillery pieces pulled by 2 1-2 tonl up a booth on the campus between fense of their stand, in which
trucks. the Agriculture Building and Flor- they pointed out that the present e HeartsH
Spectators will watch from the ida Union, with the booth manned allowances had been rendered in- *
roped-off area on the west side of by campus AVC members on a adequate through the skyrocket- P a N e
the drill field, i voluntary bas'. The drive is be- ing rise of living costs since the P ase o e
A sidelight of entertainment on' ing sponsored by AVC on cam-n original GI bill was passed, and
the week-end is the swimming puses throughout the nation, they claimed that the veteran stu- For those whose hearts yearn
meet in the University pool Satur- dent was not now receiving the every Tally-ward, Gairiesville
day afternoon between Florida's AV Over 2,500 Sign th benefits which the Amer'can peo- Postmaster Jess G. Davis made
Gators and Georgia Tech's Yellow bACe stimates at there are ple intended him to have. the following announcement this
Jackets. University of Florida now, and it AVC further voiced their belief week:
University of Florida now, and ito et that most of the criticism of the Air ma 1 closes at downtown
Ball Is- Formalis the organization's aim to pu t s campaign as a "raid on the public post office for Tallahassee at 12
At the Saturday night ball for- name one of the ex-GI's to put his treasury" came from students who, noon and arrives there at 2:31
At the Saturday night ball for- name on the line. Through the were not completely dependent on p.m. A special delLvery letter
mal dress is to be worn. The mil- middle of the week, more than e enoct cpleteyh dependent on p.m A special delivery letter
itary department requests that no 2,500 had already signed, and the GI checks for their support. mailed just before closing can
one, other than -advanced ROTC, Kugler expressed satisfaction that Meet Tuesday Night be delivered in Tally in less
wear uniforms to the affair. Noti the half-way mark had been Next meeting of the University than three hours after posting.
only is it not desirable but, they' reached. AVC chapter will be held in Flor- IReturn schedule leaving there
point out, it is against War De- He urged all veterans who have ida Union on Tuesday night, and at 1:45 p.m. offers the same/
apartment regulations. Formal not yef visited the booth to come anyone interested is invited to at- service into Gainesville.
dress, if possible, is requested, by and lend their support, and tend.

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