The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 28, 1947
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
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weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
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Piesdent Ti e rt ToI


N19 xars B

N'ext Sept.


Buckmana Group
Takes Initiative;
PnE Diortran lnnp

Others Progress Well tion result may be carried ffext
The three girls are: Kat:_erine week, THE A-LLLGATOR will be
Vickers, 19, Tampa; Marjorie distributed next week on Fri-
Lant, 20, Fort Myers; Anicia Ale- day evening rather than on Fri-
map, 20, Tampa. The other stu- day morning.
Continued On Page biA

Residents .of Buckman have re-..i,
gently decided to inaug-irate their El ..':'"-in"
first annual spring dance. Buck-
man Hall residents lead the way
in reviving the pre-war custom
of dormitories. having their own
Pete Mendoza, chairman of the
dorm committee, has announced By George Kowkahany
that "Stormy" Forth will provide In a lengthy meeting featured by heated debate the
the rhythmfor the eveninis atThe faction-ridden Executive Council was unable to decide on
day, May 10, 8 p.m. at the Amer- changes in the student body election laws. A proposal by
ican Legion Hall. Dress for the: Don Jones limiting campaign expenditures and a mllwing &
occasion will be ecmi-formal. The vonte, to co- tribil e e o political parties, fraternity or non-
dance is to be a closed affair with fraternity, was tab., d when Hil- Proessr o Deruyn wll
on13 residents of Buclman at-, ary Albury and "iiaro'd Sm;th Profesor 3' t, Defiruyn wil
tending. oun tr e t rol t a i posal opposed Jones' plan on the, kadil the Gle C:ub In its Srring
Committee Named countered w'th proposals o allo, grounds that allowing ayo- n ito Concert to be presented In tlhe P.
The dance committee e includes loc al fraternities, honorary, contribute to party support night. K. Yonge auditorium Monday and
SBilluck John Holloa and professional organiza- result in one man rule of the cam- lTuesday next we.k at 8:15 p.m.
Pete ilendoza, oCalvin Mi:ey, Hoa tions to contribute to parties. pus Smith's propreal was opposed The concert is the first regular
vey Miller, Bill Rabon ZaneO.- Honor Court .Rule as being discriminatory. The home concert of the Glee Club for
Vaughan, and Charlie Wainwright. Proponents of the second pro- Continoued'On Page THREE tho season.

JIne^ D11 teg.,es IaIL Le Leax
which Lhe c'ty proposed to levy is
"not within the powers of the
city" nor within the powers grant-
ed to cities by the general laws of
It contends that the tax be lev-
Coitini..! On Page TWO

Parics C-pposed
To Amendments
Chiarmen of all three campus
political parties yesterday an-
nounced the opposition of their
parties to the controversial pub-
lications amendment to be voted
on in the electi;.Ci next Thurs-
C ay.
Ed Grafton, Bob Ghiotto and
Bill Byrd of the D'xie, Florida
and Gator parties, rpipoctively,
announced that the r parties
had adopted formal re-olutions
station, that the' proposed
amendment is not in the best In-
crest of student go --imaent or
tho Univerilty',. stud- nt publi-






In an ALiJ(Ai'OR inter-
view yescrday Dr. John J.
Tigert, who resigned this
'week as head of the Univer-
Parties Complete Slatessaid that he
has not yet made plans for
the future but that he prefers
Florida to any other state and
Will Head 1947-48 Alligator 188 Students Men In Hiding; hpes tOisma tate.
'* u Dr. Tigert's resignation came
S- N om inated by Ughst ator suddenly after 19 yearsas Presi-
S:".'" dent of the University. Announce-
A. T hI ar ie* To Be Chosen mentof.the resignation was made,
'T ree PartleS jointly by the State Board of Con-
A way with pulchritudinous trol and the 65-year-old Dr. Tigert,
SCampus politicoes emerg- queens and delicate featured U. S. Commissioner of Education
:-""C.'.; "ampus -.. e f m kings! The University of Flor- from 1921 to 1928.
i ed from some two weeks of ida will soon come up with a rug- Letters ana tiegrams from all
Hectic nominating sessions, ged hero of its own-"King Ugly." over the country have rushed into
last Wednesday night to To those who are already ex- Gainesville expressing regret over
me-et the midiight deadline dressing fear that they may reCthe retirement of the big-ex-Van
meettchosen we say that it's all the dei'bil,t fullback. Practically every
for .nonfinations with 188 fault of Alphi Phi Omega, na- daily paper in the state has edi-
candidates for election to the 70 tional service fraternity. This totally lauded Tigert for the work
offices at stake- in the students organization will sponsor a con- he has done in bringing the Uni-
body elec ons next Thursday. test April 7, 8, 9 to :boose the versity of Florida to the top
Predictions of a closely ugliest man on the campus, among American universities.
contested election came from Proceeds For Red Cross University Expanding
sources in the Dixie, Florida and Good Intentions are involved, Dr. Tigert said in the inter-
Gator parties. One man, Euripedes however, since a penny a vote will view yesterday that he feels he is
Braschi, is already elected as a be charged and every penny will leaving nothing of major import-
3' member of the Honor Court from go- toward assisting the Red Cross ance undone in retiring now. The
i "the College of Physical Education -drive. i University has risen, he said to a
and Athletics, due to the' fact that Jordan Ansbacher, John Bon- point- where it is soundly balanced
h is unopposed for the office, ner and Gus Smith, leaders of this and will go on expanding.
S -. ".f "" Another man, Jim "Junior" movement, announce that letters University authorities now are
Horsey, has been nominated for soon will be sent to every organi-
t -f .'Rf : two offices. Horsey is running for zation and fraternity requesting _____ Continued On Page SIX
president of the Athletic Coun- that they submit their nomina-
Luntlnued On Page TWO tions for the ugly monarch. Bloc
votes are invited, they state, and
ballot boxes may be stuffed to aI u i Ern
Three men named by The Alligator Electoral Board to serve dur- AP To T ASnSO student's content as long as he ..8
ng the school year 1947-48, approvements subject to approval by the wishes to pay a cent-a vote.
executive Council, take a bow. Left to right, Ken Richards, business KoeepO ff rass A minations Invited mith
manager; "Pen" 'aines, editor-in-chief; and -Ted Shurtleff, managing Drie Onras Ansbacher, Bonner and Sminith Fi
ditor. .are quick to modestly- decline nom- C1j.l
-- -3 nupl riy e inationis among the three of them
Penthateany group of stu- J.-VernonZierjackSh roperatort-o
GePnationale.-..dents having a particular favor- the Campus Canteen, filed an In-
"Sh le fraternity, will, sponsor a ite is invited to make a tnomina- junction suit in the Alachua Coun-
u rts "Stay off the-grass and keep the tion. ty Circuit Court yesterday after-
S- campus clean" campaign, accord- ty Circuit Court yesterday ate
en R hards Selected Ing to Tom Parker, president of noon to restrain the cit from ol
n i i S T thI ^frate ty. -b ^ e i&cting its recently-passed amuse-
t fraternity. ( E ik ment taxes.
Head 1947-8 Alligator Staff 2 maintenance lub Gives chants oaes. a
4eQ 194 -8 a to S ta department will help. the fratern-c t complaint as "a taxpayer of the
ity in its drive and Parker-has city of Gainesville and Alachua
By Jack. harper requested that the students aid er County," was joined in the suit by
"Pen" Gaines, Ted Shurtleff and Kenneth Richards by keeping the campus clean and Flo ers of Gtatnelle's Theaters, Inc-
eere selected to fill the three top offices, on the Florida. stead o n the grass. Administrate By Jack Bryan n creains three mo
alligator for nextyear. sources have said that the Uni- The University Glee Club, after Suit Against Cty
Appointments were made last week at a lengthy ses- versity will. cooperate in every way some intensive rehearsing during The suit is villrectand against the
ion of the Alligator Electoral Board. They are subject possible to make the drive suc- recent weeks, has put the f'nal ence O'Neill, as director of far-
Sthe approval of the Executive cessful. touches on its repertoire in prep- ennce. UNelr as dordina of fi-
,ouncil. ,VAs- Was Noted For ,Beauty aration for the annual home con- nancently passed by the City Commis-
Gaines was chosen Ecitor-in- SiXFSCW G riS In the past the University was cert, slated for Monday and Tues- sin, O'Neill would by the charged
hief placing Morty Freedman ted fpita Herr its beauty d visitors daynights March31 andApril with the responsibility of collect
c4,vedifavorabletThe tax is due to take effect
9ff fiandlls the managing editorshi After Accident Parker said, "In order to cn- explaining the reason for April 6. Juilge John A. H. Mur-
.ft by te Crews, and tinue the good reputation of the having two performancesProf
acted by Walter Cews, and University students must cooper- having two performances, Prof. phre, efor whom the suit will
ichards is the new business man- Three of the nine Florida State ate in this drive and "stay off the Continued on Page TWO be hear, was out of the city, but
ger, replacing Edgar Davis. College -for Women students in- grass and keep the campus clean." his secretary said an appointment
Freedman Voices Approval jured early Wednesdavy morning Director for a hearin- had been requested
Morty Freedman, prece& editor- when a bus, carrying them to Tal- irectorfor n extWednesday, April 2. For-
r-chief, said, "It woe .de. almost 35 feet and igator To Be mal notice of hearing, however,
ipccsible to find three men on o returned n ear Chie la nd, werhad not yet been fled in the office
iscampus more qualified than discharged from the Alachua
ese selected by thmor e quBoard. All Colified tha nty Hospital yesterday after- i .stributed Late ,'. .,. ; of County Clerk George E. Evans.
iese selected by the Board. AllTR noon 1. T '* Alle-altons Of Sui't
Continued On Paze THREE I n orler that comYlete elec- The bill'allrp-es that th4. time

2 THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Amusement Tax IGlee Club -
S ceum Members (3); Karl Bor- Continued From Page ONE; Continued From Page ONE
INom inations cheller, (D) and (G); Al Crab-
Continued Ftree, (G); Mary Ghiotto, (F); ied is "not levied upon any kind of John W.. DeBruyn stated that, due
Floyd Kaufman, (F); James business, occupation or profession to the record student enrollment, .---
c 1 on the Florida ticket, and for Mack, (G); Myles McNeil, (F); taxable under the laXvs of Flor- it was thought best to offer the I '
tie Eecutive Council on the Dixie Wilson Smith, (D); Stan Tatel- ida." program on i wo successive nights
ticket. nman, (D); George Wessell, (F). Te plaintiff contend that the so that everyone desiring to hear
All three parties announced Athletic Council President: right o .,- attempted to be Florida's Ambassadors of Good \
their candidates for the "top five" Hank Gardner, (D); J. F. (Jim) subjected to said tax is not based Will" might have the opportunity,
offices two weeks ago. Nomina- Horsey, (F); John Warrington, upon the principles ebablished Students Admitted Fre
tions for the other offices and (G). Vice-President: Roy Cales, :for state taxation and that the The same program is planned -\ "
parties from which candidates are (F); Robert Gruetzmacher, (D); ax provided by the ordinance is for both concerts. Students and '
nomineuted are as follows: i Gus Smith (G). Secretary-Treas- discriminatory, arbitrary, an un- dates will be admitted free. Tick-
Lyceum Council President: uLrer: Luke Ansbacher, (G); Rob- reasonable in its -'-ssif .deion lets may be obtained in advance
Jack Admire, (D); Tom Hander- ert E. Emulis, (D). Athletic and effect." by Gatofmen in. Room 3, Unlver-
son (Gi; Milt Oshins. (F). Ly- CoLucil Members (21: Don avid- sity Auditorium this wek-e, o
._son, (F); and endorsed b (); Tempoary Injunction s A tori this e end, or
1 LOW PRICES it Ralph Mc-gan, (0T1; Dou~glas Os- The plaintiffs ask a temporaryM*
Lwald. (G P'honw M. S:.ott, (F); injunction until the suit is deeideld. Union, where a special usk will
STILL IN EFFECT! William E. Turner, (D). The tax in question would be on be s(- up t handed requests.
lStudent 35cBudnt Pall "admissions" to places ofi Students are reminded that they
S 35embers (2) James Baxlcations(D); amusement. Tickets, of 25 cents should retain their ducats early,
Horane Davis, 0( ; Jack arperD, and under are exempt, but a tax as townspeople will Be adniitted

SI(F; Leoo Osheroff, () and on all between 51 cents an l a dol- strong possibility that both per-
endorsed by sherof; Dury Van i. o and eight cents on all over a formancewe llvlbe sung before
I 'Seinole -ditor: Al Carlton Passage of the tax -was opposed Other Concerts Slated
G.- -- 0G); Bob Stfiatton (F) and en- by a large number of citizens The Singing Saurians have a'
TODAY AND SATUOAY o by u ess Mana who attended the commission's bus rweek-end before the home
Pete Caribaltes, (F); Eack. Lewis, deliberations 'upon it, including: concerts, as they will leave by
ZANF GEY S (D); Sam. Murrell, (G). delegations of University of Flo- chartered bus this morning .for
"SUNSET PASS" Orang PeelEditor: Jack Do.. ida students. Vero Beach to appear the high
Sheity (G): Paul cLeran, (D); Ischool auditorium tonight. A for-
cnd 'Ted NeLson, (F). Business Main- es, (G); Mickey Milli can, (F); i al con et is schedled for Sat-
Introducl1 o New De-Icer! ager: Al Ciradlo, (D) and (F); iam Patterson, (D).-Education, (1):,urday night at 'Webster Cotlege,
Introducing a NewDe-ce Charles Grioble, (F); Herb Guy, (0); Babson Park.
JEAN GILLIE' 'Bill Moor (G). Dona'd Koon, (G). Engineering, (1);
"F" Book-Editior: Alvin Burt Donald Brown, (0)-; Archie Gordon, -
Si--, A i-!' in iF) and endorsed-by (D); Elgin (G); marshalBr N,'agel,-F). rLa,,t(1) sSoniaN t Caf-
"DECOY" White, (G). Business Manager: fee. (G); Bill '.\. 'D). Phys. Ld.,
Marshall Criser, (G); Robert S. (1) Euripedes F, i.: ,', (G), Uncon- Attention Senlrihr--Orders ar.
Davis, (F). tested. Sophomore .Class, (1): Ait being taken -ftr giadation asn- i
Leibovit, (0); Lamond Odom, (F);
NAY AND MiNDAY Honor ourt- Elliot Shienfeld, (G). Freshman Class, nou ents atthe florida -
SLartse& (c iaeck MPhaLany( (' (1 ); Ray Council, .(G); Herb Leb, (F); ion, Mondiday Iholtigh Fri.Ay,
Bernie Mez'itch, F); Charles Mun k Led Coux, nci-) -.0O, or- eytaet- Ray 01-
del, (0); Ralph Smhith, (G); Mary grcuture, (2 Co): Rbert Adams iUnfS, ph. 189;.- Kappa TAUI.
A, : WareD/ ).Business Administrat on: (D); Herbert Cochley, (G te);.
Jin Clayton, (D); William Hess, (G), Davis, (F); Sam Love, (F); Rubert
S"^^-Jane JoFnison, (G); Ea(l Langford, Prevatt, (G); Henry Swanson (D). 9
r-o' Pre (G); Henry w"' hone 239
me:s, (F). A& Arch. & Allied Arts. (1):"Chester (r3

"1"''---^... G'"ene Bovis, (G); Rex Farrior, (D)
S '(.t &John McFadden, (F). BueFness Ad- "s"Ca
'i WATCH CRYSTAL Lle, ('i la G. Mathi ; ,
-- -e ---(--) Warren McNulty, m(F); Nick Vincent,
BROKEN? (G); Frank Wilson, (G). ST ""nio"
", "i UEducation, (2):: Johnny Dunkle, '
WARNERiBAXTER'B gineering, (2) Tom AlledJce, (rF) PAL-HOLLOW G
ARNER BAXTER in ,ound and odd shapes in glass Frank E. Autey, (D) and (C); Dave A 1T
ie DOctors watch crystals in regur and dsen, (G). ForsorTry, (); Dave
M nhunt Perryman, (G); Miles Shepard, (D);
Julian M" Tr, .. (F). Law, (2); Joe
Black, jt; Collie, (G); E. B.
TUESDAY ONLY 50c 75c $1.00 Griffis (D); De a ( .t Receive NeW Spring, SD
PAUL MUNI in Pnamacy, (1): David L. Lukat, COPE);
Charles Mundaul, (G);" Edithc Ware, -"CCO t.E: E

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quardz, (G); Albert Broadfoot, (G);
(F); Julian Diaz, (F); Winh Emmons,
WALT DISNEY'3 1 Jewelers (F); Allan Fox, (G); Robert Frank,
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Singers Sign Souvenirs H LLIGTO

2 By Pen Gaines
Thee was a v variety of things concerned with te
S .f I Variety ShoW this week.
And to tp thint gs off, a eglar Jam Session com plet.-
with orchestra and comedy numbers, will be featured
the full-fledged meeting of the Variety Shov.'s staff. cast
.anmd vculd-be talent next Tuesde-
Electron Laws night, at 7:15 in Peabody, focrf
.a Continued From Page ONE 205.
Honor Court recently declared un- Oth, r types of entertainment,
constitutional a nd discriminatory with rehearsals of a few of tl e
a clause allowing only fraterni- show's ntunbers, the reading f
tie, to contribute to parties, the script, the casting of tth e
...Referred To Co:mittee parts, the listening of any new t -
The outcome oi-.Ziw tieate was ,,It, will take place at the fir-t
Miss Margaret Speaks and Mr. Conrad Thibault, noted singers, give thlb refr ral of both proposals to a n
their autographs to student admirers following their pertorianceit here comrttee fo consideration. The big-time rehearsal, Dir actor Pa-.t
recently. committee named was Ralph O'Neal revealed.
SS oody. Charles Winton and Ran- Talent Invited
Director Speaks 'Gator Heads dolph Polk. Letters will be sent to all f,-
A proposed amendment by Bill trnities, religious
Mr. William Bean, director of Continued From Page ONE O'eil to finance dances for t h tenities, religious goups, ete-
religious activities at Stetson Uni- three are fair-minded men who Ihole student body by an activity ettos, heal high chool, mayrs
versity, will be the guest of the fee was possitiond will now an- avets, the air base, and the
Bapist Student Union Wednesday, are qualified technically and mor- .par on the campus ballot o' the Gainesv lle Recreational Depad -
Thursday and Friday, April 2-4, at ally for heading the University's action of the student boyly. mont, inviting all talent to atteird
which time he will hold individual newspaper." constitutional l Revision
conferences with the newly-elect- Much Experiente The greater part of the meeting this important meeting. The Jau
e l Bembersri da, oe T e g re e r p ar t s o the e cu iv counn-
ed members o the executive coun Gaines holds the execu edit- was spent in consider ng the pro- Session. featuring George o Iartbo d
il of the local BSU. Beginning at Gaines holds the execute edit- posas of the constitutional revis- and his musicians, will provide t.e
7 p.m., during the evenings of his or s position on the Alligator this ion committee composed of Louis mood for a big-time productia
stay here, Mr. Bean will teach the year, is a wormr editor of th Leibovit, Harold Smith. and Hil-
"B S.U. Methods Book" to all Keesaer i oield, Miss issiop, news- try Albuity. atmosphere, O'Neal sat .
members of BSU on the Florida paper and has experience on nun The enmilttee's proposals to This huge student-prduced a.rd
campus. erous Florida publications, both as make the positions of editor, man- staged revue, scheduled for ti.e
an editorial and staff writer. In aging editor anid business manag- campus in May, was moved clos-r
I_* ig C ub1943, prior to his entrance in the er of the "Alligator" elective re- to reality this week. Director
B .rid e Club University of Florida, Gaines sultedin three ballots. On the third O'Neal announced the appoin-
authored a book, "Young Pion- ballot, a roll call vote the pro- ment of Lou Aronovitz as P. -
tudent Wv idge Club eers." It was written in conjun- postal passed by a bare two-thirds duction Director. Aronovitz, a s-
will meet Tuesday night, April tion with his work on the State majority. d nior here, went immediately TI.
]sRt, at 7:30 p.m. in Veot Lounge Securiy Board, to. which he was' Controversial Ifs,,ue work to scout the campus f(,
instead of Monday night in Ree- appointed by Governor Holland to The proposal will no\w appear make-up artists, designers, stape
relation Center. rept-esent all boys in Florida. Af- on the campus wide election ballot managers, and others dramatic
ter- hs editorship of the aP myr for the approval or disapproval of workers.
pape-r, he was promoted to the the student body. At th.e present h Script Ready Soon
SSHOE SHOP -AF Headquarters in t. Louis, time the top position on the "Al- Word from the script writeml.
118 South Garden where he was awarded the Army ligator" are appointed by the headed by Elliot Shienfeld, inti-
Commendation Ribbon for his Eoard of Student Publications cated that the script for the et-
G-oinesville's -est Sho work in the public relations field, from among the qualified appli- tire show will be ready this week-
Repoir- ShopP Worked P.roessionallny cai;ts. end for the directors. The dire.-
Ted Shuirtleff is a sophomore in No action was taken by the tors will study the scrip thls
the school of journalism. He had council on the recommendations week-end and be ready* for the
been a reporter for the St. Peters- of the Board of Student Publica- casting on Tuesday.
NOTAR ULC burg Times and acted as publicity tions for editor, managing editor,d The musical department, with
agent for Camp Mt. Mitchell, and business manager of- the "Al- Joe Harrison making big plans.
L.A. B NJR. Erunsville, N. C. He was assis- ligator" for the 1947-48 school announced that a pit orchestra will
60 Thomas B. tant editor oi the Alligator last year', be ready for practice in the near
semester and is a member. of Al- Aplpitrve Inr teases future.
9-12 oma.. Mon., Wed., Fri. pha Tau Omega fraternity. On the recommendat on of the Tom Henderson, the associate
Richards' record Told I Constitutional Revision Commit- director, revealed the need for
Newly chosen Kenneth Richards, 'tee, the council approved increac- talent, especially girls. "There is
es in student activity fees for a possibility that a number cf-
most of the subsidiary organiza- girls from Tallahassee will be dow
(TWED NELSON ti ons, as well as changes in word- to put on an act to liven up the
Sing of thle constitution, revue," Henderson stated. "We
for ORANGE 'PEEL EDITOR }i At the end of its 4 1-2 hour ses- surely need co-education now."
F...ORID P Tsion the council voted to awai'd SheW I as Offiee
1keys to the subsidiary organiza- The show's staff now boasts a .
An exAlligator M.ng. Editor, standing for a tions entitled to them by the office. It is located on-the fourth
terms of their charters. floor of the Florida Union, theirr d
Variety Magazine Worthy of a Great door on the right," Henderson
University business manager, was collection "Anyone interested in drama:-
manager of the Alligator last ics of any type should leave a
(Watch For Policy-Qualifications Circular) year and is assistant business card.with the name, address and
manager this year. He also is fea- information at the Florida Union
ture editor of the Seminole and a any time of the week, or report
FLORIDA PARTY INDEPENDENT 'junior in the School of Business to the. Jam Session next Tues-
Administration. clay night," Henderson said.



tihe Florda Al4igator

Sautered a ieudt clnss mail ttantter, January 30, 191B, at the post office
at GkaiansvilA. Fla., under the act of Congress of March 3, 187T.

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

Executive Editar, "Pen" Gaines; Associate Editors. Johnny Jenkins,
Bob KacLeish. Dee Van Wagenen, Johnny Walker; AsnsLtant "ditor, Ted
Slurtleffti; A."4stamt Mattnaging Eitors. Jim Gollncheek and Harold Her-
maI; Features editor, E-lliot Shienfeld; Newss Bdltor, Pat Pattllo; Sports
Ilitor, nernile V. rd.

A.4istantl Veaturcs Editor, Mnrty Luboy: Assistant News Editor,
George Kowkalbany ; o-A.ssistant Sports Editors, Jordan Itittel and Ray
Jacobhon; (Carpus Editors. Netl EUans, .Jack Harper and Snnford Sch'lier;
Copy Editor, Leo Selden; Proof Editor, Bill Dunlap; Re-WVrite Editor, Jack
Bryan; Itraininrs REditor, Billh loydj Soclety Editor, JeaanV Whitntore
AjmuHsi,airs Editor. Les (;elehenhnns; Exehange Editor, Lou Mleisel;
Offle' Manager, Shep Fa!-r; Hlead Typist. L'e Osheroff; Music Editor,
Gerald Clarke; Fraternity Editor, liorance Davis.

Ken Richards, A.shsistunt Hl.sness Managert Albert Carlton, Xdvertis-.
lag Mannger; NIalter Martin, C<,lleetion Manager; George GlUespie, Book-
keeper; John Honner, Circulation Mlanager; Ted Vetter, Asistant Circu-
lation Mianageri Walter llrown, Office Manager; Charles Eldredge, Chick
Ctilvit, Rudy Thornlberry, Jordon Ansbaeher, Solicitors.

The 'Skipper' Retires

After almost 19 yc-rs at the helm as the University's
"skipper," Dr. John J. T:gert is retiring as President.
Too much cannot bc : aid to express the shock felt here
at the announcement ef his resignation, effective in Sep-
tember, when released e; lier this week.
Dr. Tigert came to : small, provincial, state institu-
tion many years ago fr(, a position of high prestige as
U. S. Conummnissioner of I' ication, and in September will
leave a sprawling, impr ed University of Florida which
is recognized through the nation as one of the top
Universities in the Unite States. His contribution-to this
progress is immeasurable .
Let us hope that our state officials will find it possible
to select a successor to "Dr. John" .who at least ap-
proaches his stature as a nationally-known educator, who
is somewhere nearly as progressive and who is as un-
tainted by state and national politics.
Dr. Tigert will be sorely missed here..

Election Issues Clear-cut

Next Thursday is the big day.
Next Thursday, is the day for which all the signs have
been printed, tacked up and pulled down by the candi-
dates for student body offices. Next Thursday is elec-
tion day.
Many elements arc in hopes of a light vote for polit-
ical expediency, but a man who does not vote is a man,
who, next year, will not have the moral right to gripe or
criticize his student government. If taxes are too high
and nothing is done about it by the officials of the student
body, the non-voter should not complain. If the cost of
date tickets is exorbitant, the non-voter and non-partic-
ipator has only himself to blame' for not voting for that
man who he believes will best represent him.
The issues relative to this election are more clear cut
than usual.
First, the Election Law Controversy-The Gator Party
wished to retain that provision in the law which allowed
only fraternities to contribute' to political parties. The
Florida Party took the case to the Ilonor Court which
agreed with Florida Party charges that the law was dis-
criminatory against non-fraternity men. Harold Smith of
the Gator Party and Hilary Albury of the Dixie Party in
spite of the Hlonor Court decision proposed a ne-w law
which, in effect, would retain the discriminatory aspects
of the law. Don Jones-of the Florida Party introduced
a law calling for a limit to party expenses of $50.00 plus
nomination fees which could come: from any source. Both
the Smith-Albury proposal and the Jones proposal are
now in the hands of a committee. The Dixie Party offi-
cially took a stand similar to the Jones proposal but call-
ing for a $65 ceiling rather than $50.
Social Affairs-Florida-Should be open to all stu-
dents when facilities are available. Proposed student
government-sponsored dances and endorsed amendment
to that effect proposed by Bill O'Neil. Dixie-Bill O'Neil,
Dixie executive councilman, proposed social affairs amend-
ment. Gator-Support O'Neil amendment.
Open Political Meetings-Florida: First to hold open
meetings as part of policy. Gator: Followed suit recently.
Dixie: Some open,, some closed.
Nominating Methods-,lixie.: Half of nominating com-
mittee are men named by fraternities, half are interested
non-frat men. Gator: Same method. Florida: Delegates
to open nominating convention elected by living groups
on and off campus. One delegate for every 25 men sig-
nifying interest elected by those men.
The issues are clear-I he choice is yours.

All Parties Fight Ammendment

Action taken by all thl:ee campus political parties yes-
terday in condemning the proposed changes in Article VI
of the student body constitution is one of the most com-



By Les Glelchenhaus
MAMMY-YI K YUK .I& SHUT MA' MOUTH-The much await
"Jolson St.,-," ,:,ein.,.-d r.rr,, at the Florida. It more than lived
,to its p-., t it.-lar |mnua P.,... on the heart-wannrming storiy'-of-one
America's greatest entertainers, the incomparable Al Jolson, it e
erges as a glorious cavalcade of-his music, his magic and his. times.
has to be seen to .' .,
A SHORT SHORTr REVIEW-LIFE Magazine was soooo righ
The picture that di6d-1 Mi.ndat at the Flporda named "Never Sa
Goodbye." Why ue pki It featured Errol Flynn in a very lnposs
ble story---especially.for Flynn. It concerns EF marrying and havin
a baby-so legitimate. How droll. THE B--K of the W--K-Have jum
finished of the finest satires on naval life to hit the bookstand
since Gypsy Rose Lee's "G" String Murders." It is "Mr. Rot
etrs" by Thomas Heggen. I am that type of reader (and I know
am not alone) that dotes on an even spreadage of those four le
ter words throughout a novel-the most four letters words th
better the novel. "Mr. Roberts" has gone over the top. My cu
The'seen is a cargo ship, which went the rounds from island to
land in the Pacific. (Islands are called Tedium, Ennui, Bordedem a
Montony. The island where the crew has its vivid liberty is call
Elysium). The deadly dull life the men lead is only enlivened by t'
things: Their common hatred for the captain and their adoration i
the cargo officer and first lieuenant who is called Mr. Roberts. T
novel is vivid with no holds barred. But for you squarhish with
distate for the frankness of the sea and profanity should stick
James Cain, James Joyce and Kathleen Winsor (the sissies). All
all Mr. Heggen has written a small classic. It invites reading alot
Can be had in the University Library or by manning your brooms
the tune of $2.50 at Mrs. Terry's Olde Bookie Shoppie.
CRUISINGr THE CAMPUS-Don't miss Joan Crawford in tha
tear jerker of all times, "Humoresque" which opensin the Florid
April 3rd. Its Fanny Hurst's 'popular and moving novel of a wealth
woman's love for a brilliant canecrt violinist .. .. The little boy wit.
the glass leg and broken eye, wants to know if infants enjoy in
fancy as much as adults enjoy-who threw that another music
see is "The Verdict" featuring Greenstreet, Lorre and Loring-bo
what a gruesome threesom The excellence of the Florida Play
ers in "You Can't Take it With You." Perhaps the gems of th
evening were Essie (Millie Langford), Olga (Rita. Seestedt), an
Gay (Lois Veiss). All in all the finest show to date.

mendable actions yet taken by political parties on tl
This amendment to.the constitution, if passed, wou
call for election of the editor, managing editor and bu
ness manager of the AIJLIGATOR in a campus-wide el
tion rather than selected on the basis of qualifications
the Alligator Electoral Board, which is composed of t
President of the Student Body, Chancellor of the Hon
Court, and three student members and four faculty me
bers of the Board of Student Publications. Choices of t
Electoral Board are subject to approval of the' Executi
If passed, this amendment would make it possible
a glad-hander of some political stature on campus to v
an election and become editor, managing editor or bu
ness manager without the least bit of technical ability.
could work also against men having-great technical al
ity but who are inept at politics.
An amendment last year, supported by one of the t
existing political parties and endorsed by Florida* B
Key, honorary leadership fraternity, would have made
-publications offices subject to appointment rather th
just the ALLIGATOR. This amendment, while receive
a majority vote, did not muster the necessary two-thi
Outstanding-p)ublications men of all parties have. voi
opposition to the proposed amendment. For the sake
better publications we urge that you vote against

I ;...: 9

"I go and it is done; the bell in-
vites me. Hear it not Duncan; for
it is a knell that summons .thee
to .heaven or to hell." Hear the
tintinnabulation and the euphony
that swells- from the bells, bells,.
bells; silver bells, golden bells, din-
ner bells, all kinds of bells.
From Shakewoare to Poe,
from Harry to Moe, bards have
have tuned their rhyme in har-
mnony with this popular per-
cussive bell. There are those of
St. Mlarys, one %for Adano, and
the one tolling for whom. In
this matter we sure wish whom
would turn up one of these
days; Ingred is getting power-
ful impatient. However, all this
is neither All nor Gator (plug).
The appalling fact to relate is
that our campus bell has not
struck the hour all semester.
Nor do we recall having heard
the gentle toll of the hour re-
sounding over our cloistered
campus last semester. Some-
thing has gone amiss.
For those unfortunate ones-who
do not know of the custom in,
mention, a brief note of explana-
tion is in order. Formerly the
bell of he. U.S.S. Florida,, now
atop the Chemistry Building,
--would toll- the hours and, lend' a
ted most pleasant atmosphere to our I
up campus life. The absence of the:
b'--bellU-tones -aeTna. to :us a matter
m- of concern W.' frtlly tl niamb'er
our f.rst tM-h..shts in r.:g rdI t.-
t the bell. -W mar-.l~ l ,1. **i hon-
ever had l'ir;,. r.f strnl'nli i.he
t! hour and v.iri.r:d ho-'., h.,t p.-r-
son kept s. -, .1 1 n to .-.
Perhaps the bel.-,riger :iu. I
football player yo'.,ig- wy
ig through school. In ,m.,n the. tough
st job he would have running out. of:
ds practice every 50 Iifl,- ; ... ., l> climb'
b- the tower and s,.l.i:* thi. gong.
How s u c h .a boy, must have;
I learned to hate high' noon.. We
t- thought how he might glory in the.
ie ecstasy of "one p.m.n" But,: per-
Spl haps the bell worked .aul,: ni-
cally and merely blew -f'.- In
any event the bell is missed. Th-i e
is- is evidently a good reason for it
id having been mute. However, many
have expressed the hope that the
led bell will be given new voice. Long
WO may she ring.
'he ING THE ALARM: Wonder how
a people eight blocks away can
to sense the exact moment you
open a package I from home?
in Must be radar Wish some-
id. one would find a way to boost
to the morale of the engineering
students taking .*, r-.. and
Sewage Treatment. Poor fel-
at lows are continually down In
a the dumps.
Freshman: Took Ma to see the
h Jolsen Story last night. Boy,
1- she really had a cary. .
t- Soph: Why? D'ya make her
)y pay'?

d PLP Initiates

his Fourteen Men

Si- Initiation ceremonies were per-
ec- formed in the Pi Lambda Phi
by House on Sunday, March 9th, for
by fourteen men. The new Brothers
he are:
lor Herman Boniske, N or m a n
m- Freedman, Benriie Hoffenberg, Al-
hle vin Leitman, Sol Proctor, Sam
ive Silberstein, and Herbert Sohn,
i from Jacksonville; Jordan Bittel,
Charles Coul-shon, Alebtr Dastz,
for Melvyn Frumkes, Herbert Levin,
Vill and Harold Weinberg, from Mia-
i- ml; and Sorrell Wolfson, from
i Tampa. An Initiation Banquet was
It held at 7:30 Sunday.night in the
bil- Primrose Grill for the new mem-
Announcement was also made of
'O the pledging of eight men to the
lue local Pilam Chapter, These includ-
all ed: Albert Levy and Bert Erice,
lan Jacksonville; Stanley Apte, Bob
int. Elins, Sam Luby, and Ronald Pal-
lot, from Miami Beach; and Sid-
'ds ney Kalishman and Leonard
Schwar,tzberg, from Pensacola. At
Aed the Pl'edge Banquet, held Sun-
of day night February 16th, at the
th Hotel Thomas. Dean R.. C. Beat-
the ty made an inspiring address on
fraternities and fraternity life,
_.'5 \ .



Changes Proposed ". ; o i e1hi Politicoes attle it oUt
Cu, el eIriI, |v kw,', t li itrh_-V
Ch-tni f tf, the C tistiut inn of1 el.<-t.'d." a l etitul t llirrrf .r the i S ijt" gf \ "<,r \v tllkgMIa l hff'"-" W- a i
the StuTlnit IMody of the University w ord,. "aplpoi t u t biy ile I'ret By Harold llermna.n By Sherwood Stokes r By Harold Smith
of Flolrid i.' 1 Iv the l'L ,'At ubj'ct 'to th," appr\al of th it irtor Florida Publicity Staff G;atlor Publicity Director
eitvo (t. ..1.. ,i -t.... i1 M-ilIS, cailel" to.0 With tencil.hre parties represented With elections less than a week t is to be rgrei:ttld that thi
Artiohv ]it, Sopitton 2 -Ach|it,,ult 4h b 1 t rll e P^at i th'. 1away, it is hlre f or"he student' colunin wl no- Iv l""** to giv,
section ( to read 2s dduolowos: "Aay electnitn hteld sinultane,-u.ly with in the spring elections on April 3, body to take stock of the recent exltensiv, blogra;pipe ;ll) t
person l~imlting franchise mary sub- Fa'.ill e.ctio s, a id lstitut",tt stuc'ents will have an opportunity solicitude cing shown for the major andidc.- rnnin on t
i h't,1 in ateyane byl' the Cal.n- by the r resident d suhjct to tle to vote a preferential ballot ac- welfare of the average student. Gator party ticket; but v. w
cellor of the Hlonor Court until approval of the. Executiv,. Council." cording to the constitution. The It would be well for each stu- briefly sketch thl three rc ulao
pro'ir verlflcaltton or rI v ctioi of Artl. I. Se, 'tion 2i, sutsecti'n preferential ballot is very impor- dent to ask himself if this arln.aiz ing Tlndid sies in this, the lat.-t I.
lenl thade l "sth.";;t'." hi i te, words, "exept in as tant when there are more than ing concern for his entertainment sue of this coltinin,
tuch verification is made the vote Article IV, S,.'tion 2, s. ibsectlin two candidates running for the and general well-being will con- Ke-n Jones is il ruling lfor S'.'
shall be counted In with the. regular Ic Ei; liniatet the word, eitherr by same office on the ballot. In or- tinue after the election. It would relary-treasurer of the goveri,
votes cnt -.-Ad a p.cctilon th tt rlll) 1 tOiy atl ll itt; der for a candidate to te elected, also be well to inquire into the nment. Ken'is probably the m,,-l
Artieh, IIi-Add a s.jetlon 3 to pro\idd ti le poei ii eleth tM etiI Iseh
read al follows: "The Itoglatrarf of thie approval of the Eixectutivve (o1u- he or she must have a clear ma- reason for this sudden concern outsatnding tman oni thle anii i.i-
the Universty hall fatualash to the ell or the appiintmlitt is con firmed jority. If a candidate does not over him, and why after being for this job. He is married, 2
Boarrd of Elketion a list countlil.- by- thrie=four0th of the mmiliullier have a majority, the one with the relegated to obscuirity for all yar4 o, is in 11 avet II .
nog names of al Iquillfled voters at ltpesent," ;iud sBulstitut.' th.erelfor, t I
least 5 days prior lo tihe day of "-1y iipoilittit l t by tilt'. t' de lowest amount of votes is dropped these years he has in the past the pre.Sent tim ihe is. the tr
electoiis," '' subject ttI while approval of the i';x- and his second place votes are weeks become a prominient citi- tirer for the Co Op Grocery; li -
A rttcle IV, Section 2, subsectiou uc-utiv IC-oluncil." distributed among the other two. zen on his University campus. ber of Alpha Zeta, hOop r tiy; m'1
I'lhltoige tho words '"excepting, rer Of Alpha Zeta, honoIetryi aeri
B'reslinvl, ,cJceed two regular t- : Add ttl words, "except ie i ease Here is the situation: W'hen stu- The answer to these questions cltura p, and lst ,
niesters," to, read, "eoxeptling Frish.-- of a tie." dents vote, they will have the op- is oelvious. The appearance of the c 2 houpa lm in iot win
lnien aid Sophoinores, exceed one. Article IV', S4ection 1, suhsection portunity to mark their ballots Florida Party oni the political ri22 htt.il'S .Ol iti it iti
teg '(laP Selnestel'," [: l L l it 1 nr, a.tl 1r111 tdi,0
r ieulc oon 2uer ni Three tlltexeS'd lSlt l'ti with their first second and third scene started the pot boiling, and 21hours f "A", and oe hor
Art: icle il te thon 2, sTbsecio their l tei ii f off ice shallI be con- choices. For example- John Jones, its open policy of a representative "
4a: Ellminate. the words, "The can- strud to i. noN-fean' within Roger Doe and Bill Smith are no.rinating- convention set the DICK BROOME, the GATOf,
itlh l to :ni tiof tis s, stitan. lafin candidates, representing the three wheels from the other parties to candidate for chancellor comets l.
to yI, 'o' ll flctioh ; parties respectively, for the same buttering up students they had the job with a wealth of expei
l IT -\ sI] 0, ubsci.on office, Students see the names never before considered worthy of ienco oil the Honor Coiurt havinii
S.iiitiluatit tie' worol. "Il'itw (i on the ballot and mark their first, notice, servedtl as justice oil tle I n',pie
I ttudenlt llody,'" all(a sustitltlte second or third choice by the can- Then the Florida Party plat- court and ais cl rk oi last Sitin:
oEMvoe V I S. tton .t subsection didate's name. The results are: fori;. was published two weeks nier's court. He has a keen insi.IL,!
I i t l ,Id a substation i:a to read, Jones, 400: Doe, 600; and Smith, ago containing a. valid program into hilin affairs having s4'rvi i
I///.// ---' be. within the discr*eion of 650. Therefore Smith does not of the average student and a re- as assistant to th' director ,f I
I' t( //7 / f t'7 I I) ; I_ ii., i.'.i have a clear majority for the com- tuln. to truly representative stu- ideince for tw n vars- Artiv S, l ai' tlti, the ordns, '" o- hled votes of Jones and Doe are dent governmnit. Its effect was religions affairs, hlie i a loi i:i
SPIP sttt for .. more than his. As a result, the startling'. The other two parties niember of the Baptist Stimn,:.
Si 't"lljri*tyion 4, subsectio lo w man, Jones mi this case, is suddenly saw that the average Group.
't I' St.. ssectiotY dropped ad his second choice student was not only a vote to be WYE is tea l'
t..a.. o "setvint =five votes are distributed tiliong' the solicited, but an individual with a DItOIt )E i sn riitriin tnll'o the ch. i'
S. ..... (.75 ;"_ change the words, top two men. Then the candidate right to participate in campus ac- BROOME n rurti"s e lv,
i.. e hltSu (.0l''t" to read, tellil with the majority can be deter- tivlties. of the Honor t'urt. T rose tit
i .... hLage te wurds (in ied.mell have served togetiler i(Il it
r pl. aces), there ''elits (.03)," to nllle. fore 'cing takelnl in Dy this Courit and know its :thinationtii
',..i "fivt cetlit (.10)',"l read, According to sources one of the pre-election concern, it might be as well as its equities. V WYKE,
', y cents (.20)." parties has instructed their bloc well for the average student to an architecture studentt helon
tle i" S-cton i subtsction to vote first choice only and not ask himself if he was invited to in to Gargoyle, h llorry, l arch
1 1t, .... ithe words, "forty mark their second and third participate in the nomination of tit Oiro lI, tti iha :i I.
i.. .. ...,I. to read, "sixty cents choices. In an effort to defeat the candidates which the other textural goup, and hns a :.. ave
S .' ;" '" ; ,i-., IV, Section I, subsrctloin the other two parties, this party parties offer him the "privilege" ageifor four year' of colege W tet,..
b ,... the words, "sixty does not regard the merits of tio of voting for. besides his keen intellect \\YKt,
C,, 1.7L)words,"sixtysaryss element of t itiiiiity' t ae,
p to read, "seventy other candidates. The Dixie party By forcing the otln;r rres Io is p d f t t n
I0.tIV, Section 4, subsectlon will vote a preferential ballot in discover the average student as saryedlsient ofnes y f
', ,. theV words. "One o01- order that the students will be an individual with equal rights, friendship so necet's saryfor li
t tti' *i.. to relad, "Two dollars able to have a representative lec- the Florida Party has performed clent Honor Court anieisi natint
,-.,,,. tion The Dixie party has Iing a worthwhile service to the stu- The Honor (-'olrt l'eeds and dtht
FSSE RED, ,SMOKoE I iS h. lage ., ords; d tihirt advocated qualified men for stu- dent body. serve both these men.
S IDER SMOKIN, ents (35)" to read, "Fifty dent body offices. The Dixie slate In order that this rest in Phe GATOR 'ARiTY is proi',
<, ..... i i)," contains no't only qualified, but the welfare of every student con- to present its candidates. No apo'
Ci .. I i. e I V, Secti 4or, subhetioni representative candidates. Vote tinue AFTER THE ELECTION, 4i '1- 1 xcuses are necessary r
.. "oI, cents (i 5)," to reutd, "Fiftiy on April 3! Down South It's we ayk that you support the party any of them.
0)." Dixie. which has brought it about, Remember this thought:
SIo x'V,'SectiotinI, 3StSubsec'ttion
...-cr'etary of vubdations, (Tho intent of this amendmentiie
"" S.v a '* l"* J* sid 'nt wlth ll II})'prova| }lrI'illg" (i',1{t ld i'br,,',,,u ,,-., re'
.. ,. t ,xt' ettio tli i'ouncil." ofi t,' .t lljigator i ti 'c i e
,cle' V etioll n 2, st lbection rather- than ilpotivi offlet1.) *ers T
IMAPO RTED I, 'iii i ii' fi tidithe in'. i t' "'' d e "H :le"ll tc. iti tl t,, toh, followit g
-aIMPORTEDt.. I(h; with 10 -T i ...i i.. These can
R t thIie I mlit 1i ers ol the E'-,,= dates'..'' l1 .Iltt i ii. ". lutl I'- -' i_ _
-R i S om" il oC all rri- ilar and ellndiag". ." and the board ,hall
..e.. r r, e. t'i mni ..;....g,, t: ...o.;;t,." ,Dislikes Choice of Newspapers
e n. .f e 'iteh embir n eoti g t ther _o gi' e p i in it n, .n I ... n' I' "
EMle \-1, Sectiont 2, stubscetioll paila raphll4l begI'liiiilg', "Mall.trs of Dear Morty:
ROTYAt DEMUTHI i i.litnni le words, "(which procedire .. tid ndilig, ".. ., i Those who must depend upon the ratings in the daily press to fortlii
IT 'sI an ilasis, -xc'd I wo reg- inall ... ... .. ....I subs little late opinions have been depending upon the Library's copy of New
P Mic ha ll. titt t,,'in,, ,t....l !cayiill York PM to reach a medium approaching the trt th. The last iue ,.
WlH 0 FiR '.'sices from thi Frohman and in the chltrtr of thei AlligtIr dated Feb. 10. Enquiries have gained only evasive answers.
W l iay i of 1OlI sti ..1.1.. t'0s lassos, tex iep't two reg- whilh t il t vacanielos i these offices
i'i t qestmlaers." shall bi, filled by '. i... ;...i. ,1 Does the Library depend upon gift subscriptions? or does sonieoi-,
li, 1 intte th e foil tpt of it' ]'reett ol tthet SI td1nU i object to our reading PM? 'The Chicago Tribune keeps cooling wh...
"The lorida A l haor e- litoy, the Cha;!ncellotr Of the 11o or
,, the wods, "'The Florida ColC court and the Plresidentli ofI th 1ae our lbeal papes?
S- i| Itarnier nd." land, "shall be ioard or St ludenlt Ptblicattions; sui- Truly Youra
'- -'. .. Eliminate the words he- ject to the ip)iproval and confilrnil- Ger("'i] L. P. Sylv stFer
'"and furtho r provided that tion of ita majority vote of tie I\xcr- '
-.. ". .. ind, ":", and substiltute there- utive Council" David B. Gilchrit.
', :-. l I I.e follow inl ', ". the editor, I especlt ully s bili {eittea I 2ll ilh_
'.1.. .. i,- -e ;ditor, and business mla lay of la h 1 !rch, -1 7.
f- :--- i.-..-- ...." i .1 he Florida Alligator ,sliall ,arold S. Smith, Ch !,Ir, an P i .i c- .
"" -"--:-. ..; 'I'' cltod in the regular .Spring ConsLitui tunal l vision Ph Ga Reception Explained
".____o___ .,r fipLon i)f each year to talkioffieu ('ornlitteilcIr. Mry
---- D e a r M o rt y ,
In the last issue of the Alligator 1 noticed a letter i whicll iU 11t
1101 question was asked about the Tallahassee Glhie 'lub's ijtpti.urtii,,
outr cami; ts, '"Why was the reception ntit heltl at the Fhorda Illion 7"
Mr. Horace D. Richardson, President of the Lyceum Council, ills
HOW DO'" I CAN'T PON'T TAKE EVERYBODYI me several days before the Tallahassee Glee CGlb's appealranMce if thi'
SO LIKE UNDERSTAND THAT. WORD FOR IT- VISIT Union would sponsor a reception for the young ladies. I replied in ttit.
THE CA I BA ED? e Al T'S NI lB II AA1a that since a, dance was also to be given for the young ladies and btle
TERR -BLE DELICIOUS'. cause there were no facilities for a dance in the Union that it wolll.
SERVICE STATION be better for both the dance and the reception to be held ait the P ,
G Gamma. Delta House. My reason for this suggestion was to avoid tit-
SN'\YOUR SLF AND LET i lays which would make it impossible to give enough time to the daUne
S g THEM PROVE which you wilt recall was held on Sat. night. In order for al stutlten
IP T Y PRiVIDE 7 to realize they were welcome to the reception and dance the undte'
-I "'" '.Y COMtPLETE ts"igned made an annomecement ,to that effect to the assembled auc.i
I ,1, SATISFACTIO ence, before the Glee Club Concert began giving substantially the tie-
tails enumerated in this letter.
__ ID. It. "Billy" Matthews
AL TRADERk h -Director, Florida Union,

Whether You Are In a Hurry Concerned About Poster Tearing
Dear Morty,
OR NOT I something, must be done about the tearing down of candidates' li--e'
We Give YOU a Complete nature, which has been so unthoughtfully carried on during this cami
M ARFAK LUBRICATIOI N p One fo the inherent principles f our Honor Code has been th'e mil-
SPEED and EFFICIENCY derlying respect for your fellow student. Evidently, the people wou
tear down these handbills and posters do not realize the time itd
Owned and Operated By a Disabled Veleran money that is put into them by the respective parties.
At 2 a.m. Tuesday I met one of the candidates putting up some hatdi
bills around the campus_ He told me les been racing w ith whoewi e
Stakes them down iiand they come down as Stoon tas he gets them i'.I
TASince the last week of the iattmpaign will involve the final '1p1lur{1'
of "Vote for John Smith's," there is still time for you to advi'i' Vi
students of the expense that replacing posted material runs into.
Very truly yeirs,

II~ I F 'Herbert D. Kintit

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IdIJ Pl ay Continued From rage ONE .in nore by, h t he power
dents, with the exception of one, hes ttOaet mby othe (onsitutui of
reg u la r admitted to the hospital are pro- of .-lorida. I hereby call a General
iT h miniii M l dressing satisfactorily and will be Stdent Body Election to be held on
lT eiln n is MltliJ chas discharged in a few days, accord- 'hursdany, April 3, 1947, from 9 a.m.
intg to hospital officials. Th e .m. Members of the esiat-
ing to hospital officials. T h e ,,,e lgedS will vole at the follow-
SThe Hurricanes of the Univer- other student, LaVerne Gardner, i m m m
a s( -l h 2 AIHr o UArcadia, was reported as having N.w Y -in-Fre.nshmen, Sophomore,.
sity of Miami will .invade Gaines- a fractured spine and officials say Pyrthcl aldran ti. to .i Athleti.lra
By Phil Webb ville tomorrow morning at 10 that she is progressing well. luilding-Agriecultural an Forxes-
The Gator rifle team brought to 25 the number of vic- o'clock when they clash with Flor- Special BLus ry.
stories scored during their first season in competition since idea's Fighting Gator tennis squad The other FSCW students hos- -ihaIrn ar. Architecture ad A-
the wt t w sM r 2pitalized in Gainesville were: Dor- lied Atisrt. Arts andt Sciences.
the war. During the two weeks ending March 22 the on the clay courts-west of the othea McRee, Palmetto; Louis South Entrance t Language1 Hall
squad scored wins over the University of Alabama, Mich- drill field on Newberry Poad. Shonter, Miami; Marion Greene, --Hsuiexss Aduxiqistratkon.
igan State, Georgia Tech, Mississippi State, Indiana Uni- Miami Rated High Tampa; Jane Shiry, -Fort Meade Westtrance. to PeabodlyHal-
yersity, and the University of Coached by Mercer Beasley and Jane Wooten, Bradenton. Entrance to -iEuirtneeringg iuild-
esity C dr aThe special bus occupied entire- iuli--Ungin*eiu-ng.
1-3waii. Arkansas, University of Dayton, "maker of champions," the Miami WestThe Sp busnccupied entin trean-e to Law School-
Lost Two University of Wyoming (varsity), boys are rated by experts as. being Florida, Tall branch, students i w.
During this same period they and Eatern Kentucky State one of the top collegiate tennis returning to thn campus after will bte located otn the first tflor of
.conceded only two matches, one Teachers College. teams in the country. spring holidays. The. passengers buildings naied.
to the University of Mississippi Feature of the Gators' first were from various points in South Foliowving offices wilnt e filled in
who placed second in the Third home match will be the tiff be- Florida. this General iedi.anS President
Army Area Intercollegiate match- The Next 7 Da "S tween Florida's Bobby Riggins as resid .e Sedereta
es, and the other o the University and Miami's Bud Hart, brother of Athletlc Council:" President, vice
of Kentucky. The results of one Doris Hart, outstanding woman Wi lN ,P re, idiennt, Sccretary. and tvo nmenm-
other match, with the University -- player in the United States. OW I ~Oer~, J4ycen C'bouj eil: PPresident
of Tepnishessee, has Singingot been meeting, Room Beasley, former Davis Cup| dent Pubicatio nst Three n eemilbers.
noun"ed. 209 s3:30-4:30 -p.m. e coach, will bring with him Al Seninoles Edittr and niusiness M
Tie For High Schore Sports Writers, Room 209. 9:30 R'chardson, Eruce Johnson, Dan ess | eaagr ,, ook:r dltor
The high scoring position for Veterans' Representative, Room S ulliva n, Tony Vincent and and ~ Bn.., -- 'Iauaer. Eonor
last week was tied between W. 210, 9-.:30-11:30 p.m. ICharles Lundgren, who will do the 6 t U g d. B c ourt: itan.'i-. ,- Clerk .nd one
A. Williams and D..G. Clark, each Carnegie Sot, Room 305, 3:30-5:30 slamming for the Hurricanes. nst each fron t Education, Ulgir;
firing a 378. The other men who committee of 67. Room 305. 7:30- Players Named The Bowling Tournament for estry, Archi(rcture and Allied Arts,
fired in last week's matches were 10 p.m. Coach Schnell will send Borling, fraternities will begin April 7th: ,ndFreshnian Clasl SEd ophoaire ( sthle-
E. P. Stewart, J. 0. Mairor, and Saturday- Harris, Robertson, Terrell, Bras- for Dormitory and Independent ai.' T wo.stice .tieachT front 'iithi
P. B. Johnson. Higl? School Track Coaches, chi, Hanner and Cooper into the teams play will start April 21st. nes.s', Admiunistr:tlion. and Arts. and
In a statement made by Maor Room 305 10 a fray, eager to upset the highly- Permits Available Sciences (and Pharm ae.). Erxecu-
nHughett, of theent militardept, by or o e Tra coaches, Room 30.m8, touted down-staters. Persons intending to enter the from Forestry. Pharmacy, -Architee-
Hughett, of the military, dept., it 10 a.mr
was announced that this week \vill Sunday- From all indications, there'll be bowling tournament will be per- ture an"d Allied Arts; two niimembers
end the season as far a" firing Poetry Hour (Dr. Mounts), Room plenty of hard competition from mitted to bowl at the Gainesville Sach from n Agriculture, A- tsmi sa
matches with other universities C21arn gi -Set oom 35 7- p.m.p.m. both quarters, with Miami rating Bowling Center on March 26-28 Edncatin. Law. Engineering, and
is concerned. The Gators will, 1Lutheran Church Service, Fla. a slight edge over the Orange and and April 1-3 for 16 cents per, Ph'sical Nld.ueatiton and Athletics.
however, continue firing next week Union Aud., 11 a.m. Blue. line. A permit wil have to be ob- .la, nme hers from he
in. order to finish firing the Na- Monday- tainted from the Intramural Of- front the Sophopoore Class.
tional Intercollegiate matches, rtters' Club, Room 208, 7:30-9 fice. Harry Parham, president.
Face Tough Schedule Alpha Kappa Psi, Room 209, 7:30.. I Eneries for Dormitory and Inde-
The riflemen are facing a 9 p.m. p.Il81 pendent handball will be due on
tough schedule to end their last 1H. c.. Room 209, 9-11 p.m. Thursday, April 3rd. Play will be-
week of the season. They are p. ma Delta Chi Room 210, 7 gin on Monday, April 7th. ATTEN+TIOQN: FRATERNITIES
slated to meet 10 strong foes Jackson County Clu;b, Room 210, Play Begins April 14
from Cornell, Ohio State, Presby- 8-9 p.m.
ans Florida Union Dancing Classs, S rtSoftball play for all three FOR SALE
tean Cllege, University of Ohio, Room 305, 7-9 p.m. leagues will begin on April 14th.
University of Michigan, Univer- Carnegie Set, Room 305, 3:30-5:30 Entries for Dormitory and Inde-
sity of Wyoming, University of p.m.
A. sitV. C., Room 308, 7:30-9 p.m. With the first signs of spring pendeent teams will be due on- One RCA automatic record player
----. seminole Staff Meeting, Room 9, now appearing on campus, the Thursday, April 10th. with detacbobable speaker and power
7:30 p.m.wte.e p en-
TI'ElIq Alumni Club, West Lounge, long-delayed intramural swim- Student Representative nit. Adoptable for PA system.
THE 7 ... m ming meet is scheduled to get Student Representative A
Alligator Staff, Fla. Union Base- under way next week. Slated for
NIK NAK ,rut.7 p.m. Tuesday, fraternity league prelim- E. D. McRae ewberry' St o
Tuesday- inaries will begin the three-day- 212 Fletchr "D Newberry Station
126 North 9th St. I. F. C., Room 208, 7:30-9 p.. aquatic- proraletcher
Cavaliers, Room 209, 7-9 p.m. ogr Quina Typewriter Exchange 314 N. Ninth St.
Carn'w'ie Set, Room 306, 3:30-5:30 Prelims Wednesday
OPEN I. Ch. E.; Room 30, 7:30-9 p.m. Dormitory and Independent pre- .
A. 1. Ch. E., Room .305, 7:3.0-9 p.m. .. ..
Scabbard & Blade, Rcom 308, 7:30- lims will be held Wednesday, and AR '
DAY and NIGHT cat (R Bellamy the finals in all three leagues are DRECORDS
DAY and NI.GHT eet the Wildcat (1alh Bellamy set for Thursday. Competition- will P AR A R RECORDS
and largaret Lindsey), Aud., 7-11 or Thursday. Competition wil
Best Coffee, p m. begin each day at 4:30 under the Ice Cream, Frozen Malts, Sherbets "We Have the Top Tunes
et Oe, Students' Wives' ridge Club, direction of Scotty Henderson, in- Squires Rdio
est Lodunge, 7:30 p.m. tramural swimming manager. Open Daily Till 10 p.m. Squires Radio
Sandwiches and Wed esay- Bridge, Room 305, 7:30 Order Of Events Sundays Till 8:.00 pm. Phone 2399
p.m. The order of events will be as 209 W. University
r; .' 0 Carnegie S.et, Room 305, 3:30-5:30 follpwvs:
Debate: 7. of Fla. vs. Western 150 yd. medley relay .(back,
Plate Lunch Reserve, Aud., 8:30-9:30 p.m. breast, free style), 220 yd. free HEAR YOUR
Thursday- style, 50 yd. back stroke, 50 yd.
SERVED STUDENTS lPensacola Club, Room 208, 7-9:30 free style. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
ANY PLACE carnegie Set, Room &05, 3:30-5:30 Diving, 100 yd. free style, 50 yd.
ANY PAC.m. breast stroke, and 200 yd. free
Executive Council, Room 308, 7:30 style -relay.
) 1AMovie, "Wilson" (two continuous Rules Told G LEE CLU B
shows), Aud., 7-11 p.m. The following rules will be ob- IN CONCERT
Wives of Flavet II, West Lounge, served during the meet: ..
Sp.. A man may compete in threeMarch 3 and
events, one of which must be a Monday, March 31 and
eggrr relay or diving. Only one man Tuesday, April
Continued From Page ONE meac team. d in each event by
concentrating on getting the ap- ai' o
propriations they are asking of Organizations must entr four P. K. Yonge Auditorium 8:15 RMA.
the April session of Legislature. Imen to satisfy entrance require-
These appropriations are being ments. National Collegiate Rules
asked to further the permanent will govern the meet. Dives shall Reserved Seat Tickets Available 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. Daily
building program of the Univer consist of three required dives and Room 10, University Auditorium
sity, which has grown to 7,00. one optional. Required dives are 1:00 to 6:00 p.m., March 31 and Apri'l 1
from the 2,000 students attending' plain front (or swan), plain back, Florida Union Lobby
/ when Dr. Tigert succeeded the late and front jack. The optional dive
Dr. A. A. Murphree. may be from one the listed re-
"Job Is Done" quired dives. Students, Dates and Wives Free
SFeeling that his job is done, Dr. There can be no substitutions
Tigert says he wishes to retire after the meet has begun. Points
from his educational career and count five for first, three for sec-
enjoy the health he has possessed ond, two for third, and one for
through that career which began fourth in each event.
after he was graduated from Van-
,,derbilt. He has been listed year.
after year in "Who's Who in Amer- Blue OSS NOtiCe
ican Education."
Students who wish to pay
ALTERATIONS their Blue Cross hospitalization
premiums will have to stop in DRY CLEAN ING
Made to Meosure Clothes the west lounge of Florida
Union for a few minutes on
BEER'S TAILORS April 3, 4, or 5, between 9:30
421 W. University Ave. C. Freedman will be there.614 e tUnv sity Ave.

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ATO Wins Fraternity
.Intra muiril Ten-is Play

Continuing their flawless brand of tennis, ATO net-
men blasted the Pi Lam tennis team, 5-0, in the finals of
the Intramural .Fraternity League tourney completed last
week. By making a clean sweep of the final matches, the
new champions kept intact their record of not losing a
si-ngle match in their drive to the final round.
Hanner Leads Assault --- .
Charlie Banner, ATO's number were scored by Bob Riggins, Lake-
one singles man, led tane tine- land, over Phil Wang'er, Miami
winning assault with two smash- Beach, 6-3, 6-4, and Ja6k Har-
ihg 1ove set victories over Don ris, Orlando, over Wilbur Margol,
Kaplan, Pi Lam froni Miami Jacksonville 6-3, 6-0.
Beach. Hanner, who hails from PLP Makes Good Fight
Lakeland, compiled an amazing Both of the Pi Lain doubles
overall tourney record by copping teams nut up a good losing fight
Wins in ten straight sets, seven although both matches were de-
of them by a 6-0 score. c' ided in two sets. Murray Robert-
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Action In Inter-Squad Scrimmage

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A bit of action as Coach Wolf's boys jump during Intra-squad work-
odts last week.

Tennis Team Wins
'Season Opener
From Southern
Coach Herman Schnell's scrap-
py Florida racketmen opened the
season last Saturday with a de-
cisive 7-2 mauling of Florida
Southern College's weak but game
Moccasin squad.
Gators Win 7 Matches
Playing at Lakeland as a high-
light of the. Founders' Day pro-
gram, the Saurians capture alll

of Lakeland won over Gerry Gor-
don, 1Miami Beach, and Jack
Saiberman, Miami, 6-4, 7-5, while
Alex Warren, Winter Haven, and,
Burke Kibbler. Lakeland, downed
M indell Glicksberg, Miabmi Beach,
Snd Ronald Curtis, Haverstraw, N.
Y., 6-3, 8-6.

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but two of the nine matches. Bry-
an Meharg, Southern's top-rank-
ing man, took part in both his
team's victories. He defeated
Bobby Riggins, 6-3, 6-1, in the
singles, then teamed up with Clem
Hopp to beat Chparlie Hanner and
Jack Harris in a ltugh battle, 6-0,
8-6, 7-5.
Scores Announced
Hanner took Hopp, 6-3, 4-6, 6-0;
Jack Borling downed li'ld, 6-8,
6-2, 6-4; Reece Cooper battered
Tolle, 6-3, 8-6; Harr's beat Gregg,
6-1, 7-5, and Harry Terrell defeat-
ed Collins, 6-3, 6-2, in the singles.
In doubles encounters Bobby
Riggins and Murray Robertson
copped over Massey and Burke,
6-1, 6-1, while Gators Harry Ter-
rell and Jack Borling knocked, off
Feld and Collins, 6-3, 6-2.

Sportwriters Get
Preview Of T947
Gator Grid Team
Florida sportswriters got .a
press Box preview of Head Coa'ldh
Ray Bear Wolf's 1947 Fighting
Gator grid machine here yester-
day at the annual spring meeting
of the Florida State Sportswrit-
ers Association as guests of the
'University's College of Physical
Edi catVon, Health and Athletics:
For the writers, Thursday's' frill
scrimmage under game conditions
waj a preview for tbe squad
members it was the chmiax of


Seven College Will

Face Gators In

Tomorrow's Meet
By Sanford Schnier
An array of outstanding
silver-spiked men of the Uni-
v e r s i t y of Florida track
team will enter the Florida
Relays tomorrow afternoon
at 1:30 as home-grouned fa-
Coach Percy Beard's charges
will be up against the star-studded
North Carolina, South Carolina,
Auburn, Tennessee, Howard, and
Minnesota college aggregations,
plus the Miami High, Edison, De-
Land, St. Petersburg, St. Leo, Lee
.and Andrew Jackson High School
Entered for Florida are:
1.00-yard dash: Adams, Atkirn-
,son, Wilcox; 120-vard hurdles: En-
nis, Rowe, C. Williams;. Shot Put:
Hials, Dempsey, Banakas; Discus:
.Hills, Atkinson, Turner; Javelin:
Balikes, 'Parker, Atkinson; Rtmn-
ning High Jump: Gardner, Com-
mn.der, C. Williams; Running
Broad jump: Wilcox, Taylor, J.
Martin: Pole Vault: G. Williams,
:Reynolds, Taylor.
One-Quarter mile: Adams, At-
kinson, Wilcox, Ennis, Goodwin,
Gentzier; One mile: Watkirnq, Han-
iskat, Bryan, McKinnon, Patillo,
Goodwin; Two mile: Earnest, Mc-
Kinnon, Patillb, Willis, Griffin,
Van Steenburg; Sprint Medley:
Watkins, Goodwin, Gendzier, Pa-
tillo, Earnest, Bryan; and One
Mile Team Race: Bevis, Willis,
Griffin, and Henry.
A huge throng of spectators Is
expected for Florida's first home
track meet, and records in all ev-
ents loom as likely to be snapped.

Pensacola Club
The Pensacola Club will meet in
room 208 of Florida Union Thurs,
.day, April 3, at 7:30 p.m. All stu-
dents from Pensacola and vil0n-
ity are invited to attend.
nearly eight weeks of gruelling
daily drills.
Coach Wolf finished spring
training with yesterday's game,
marking an end to one of the
most intensive spring practices
held here in many seasons. Fea-
ture of the eight weeks of drills
'has been the liberal use of the T
formation in the offensive depart-
,ment, a' formation that will be
used With variations of the dou-
ble wing when the Gators take the
fieil next fall.

T,:P 5

John Crews, Pres. of the Student Body

Carl Durrance, Vice-President

Quentin Long, Sec.-Treas.

George Kates, Chancel lor of Honor Court

Joe MacBeth. Clerk



Platform of the

The GATOR PART'Y, striving toward the ideal of better aaid
more meaningful Student Govelnment,, proudly presents its plat-
form for the coming year. It is the purpose of the party o6
maintain- its program of piogressiv'e action, that type of action
that brought Flavet III and the'Cooperative Grocery to the carA-
pus' of the University of Florida. Ever vita'lv interested in .that
which would' benefit our UniVersity the GATOR- PARTY pledges
itself to the following policies.
1. The Gator Party pledges itself to dceate a Department 6f
Religious Affairs Within theb Studenfit Government to coordinate
and promote harmonious inter-religious understanding among
those of GCatholic, Protestant,: and Jewish faith on campus.
2. The Gatotr Party pledges itself to sponsor a imqre c6m-
plete and -combprehensive program -of orientation for -all iew
Freshmen. A program to intimately inculcate the cherished tra-
ditions of our campus life arid history, giving significance aind
perspective to these concepts.
3. The Gator Party pledges itself to sponsor ean~pus.wide so-
cial activities.
4. 'he Gator Party ledges itself t6d ceate. a )Te-nvrtmeot if
Women's Affairs, within the Student Govefinmet to h -.eepr at
the women and students' wives on campus.
5. The Gator Party pledges to initiate a- committee whose
purpose is to correlate all' tudnfit activities at the University of
Florida and the Tallahassee Branch of the University of 'lorida.
The GATOR PARTY further pledges itself to continue to
nominate those most outstanding and capable men to govc-rh the
affairs of Student Government on the campus of the University
of Florida.
Look at 1!,e record the Gator Party has proven
;'ts capabilities; for progressive action it i's t.'e
Greater Gato- Party.






GorDebaters Leave

tor franaNatioal Meet
By Pat Pattillo
Five Gator speakers will leave Wednesday for the
Grand National Forensic Tournament in Fredericksburg,
The tourney, sponsored by the Mary Washin.gton Col-
lege, is one of the largest and most important invitational
tournaments in the nation. Ap-
proximately 60 schools will com- sever indi~dual contests as well
pete in the three-day contest. as the debate.
The debaters, Bill Castagna, s e d
Gerald Gordon, Leon McKim, and Local Debate
Jack Murray, are expected to con- While this group of .'v'e are
tinue to make the fine showing playing guests up in Virginia, oth-
which they have made so far in er members of the Varsity Debate,
this 1947 debate season. The af- squad will be playing host to a
firmative team will be made up of team representing the Western
Dastagna and Gordon, Mcei-n and Reserve University of Cleveland,
Murr -ill speak .-. the negative. Ohio. The Florida and Western
n. debate teams will meet in the
Sh'i.fieldi Accompanies Florida Union Auditorium at 7:15
Accompanying these four men p.m. next Wednesday in a debate
and. Dr. Wayne C .Eubank of the to which the public is invited.
University Speech Departcntt Conmpetingg for Florida will be
will be Elliott .Shienfield, out- Tom Henderson and John Chown-
standing Florida speaker, who .ing on tile affirmative and' Wil-
last year won the University of liam Chappel and Edward Klein
Flcrida Declamation Conte st. on the negative.
Shienfield will be entered in the Juniors,Plan Trip
dramatic reading, oratory, poetry Dr. Dickey, who is working with
reading and after-dinner speaking the University College teani, an-
'-ontest. The other four men mak- nounced this week that the junior
ing -he trip will also b'e entered in -division group is planning two
trips within the next month: one
-__ a trip through Central and South-
ern Florida, and another, an in-
vasion of Northern Florida and
For Central Georgia.

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Jackson County
Students Meet
All students from Jackson Coun-
ty are urged to attend a short
meeting to be held in Florida Un-
ion Monday night at 8 to discuss
plans for actively supporting the
proposed building program spon-
sored by the student'body govern-
John Rawls, Sixty-seven Com-
mittee chairman from Jackson
County, will give a brief talk on
,he building program.
The possibility of organizing a
Jackson County Club will be con-
sidered at this meeting.

We Write All Kinds Except Life
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New Regulations
Effective For
Campus Parking

Children's Easter
Egg Hunt Planned'
The children of all University
students are cordially Invited to

Widespread restrictions of park- "attend an Easter egg hunt a
ing on the campus are the princi- Camp Wauburg on Satarday, aft
pal features of new parking regu- ernoon, April 5th. Children an
lations issued last week by Mr. their parents should meet in fror
George F. Baughman, assistant of the Florida Union at 3 p.m
business manager. The new regu- Transportation will be provided
lations are made necessary by the As soon as possible, parents ar
serious traffic pro lem and the requested to call at the Florid
extensive building program un- Union desk to give the names c
derway, according to Mr. Baugh- the children who will attend th
man. hunt.
Parking Restrictlons
Parking is to be eliminated
from the block of Murphree Driv3 Naval ReserVe
immediately facing the Enginee- a s ev
ing Building; on the left-hand side I Ar a
of Administration. Drive going Interview Slated
west, extending from the Masonic hief Bradlee of the oal Unit
Street parkway around the Law C hief Bradlee of the local Unit
Building to the back of the Li- edStates Navy Recruiting Offic
brary Building; on both sides of wil: interview applicants and ac
Administrative Drive in the block cept applications for enlistmen
extending from the intersection of ser e a United States Naval Re
Maonic and Ninth Streets; on se Florida Union, in th
sonic and Ninth Streets; onWest Lounge, between 9:30 a.mr
Stadium Road proper; and with- West Lounge between 9:30 ani
in 30 feet of all intersections. and 4 p.m., Monday through Fr
New Parking Area day until further notice.
A limestone -parking area it co
be constructed south and in the
rear of the new Temporary Facul- Cash Dividends
ty Office Building, and the pres-
ent parking area southeast of the
Engineering Building is to be ex-
panded. YOUN6-nMi

FOR RENT-Comfortable fur-
n'shed room, center of town, half
block from bus to University.
Couple preferred.
8325 West Mechanic Street
Phone 2068-J




Red Cross Ends

Campus Drive

Th, campus Red Cross drive
will end tomorrow at noon, says
Jack Humphries, -co-chairman of
the campaign, and indications are
that it will be "fairly successful."
Humphries asks that all collec-
t'on agents from the dormitories,
fraternities and other housing
groups, turn in their money by
noon today. Returns will be an-
n6unced next week.
Contributions Still Accepted
Students who have not yet con-
tributed may do so at one of he
collection boxes which are located
:in Florida Union cafeteria, Flor-
ida Union soda shop,- Florida Un-
ion desk, University cafeteria
post office, Airbase Union soda
shop and Student Bank In the
Business Manager's office.
Appreciation Expressed
Appreciation is expressed by
Humphries and Bob Brooks, the
other co-chairman, to the follow-
ing for cooperation in the cam-
Dorm monitors and agents,
mayors and managers of Flavet,
Trailvet and Gaetor Hut Villages,
fraternity presidents, agents in.
Crain Hall and Geargia. Seagle
Hall, Mrs. Lois Weiss, Gilbert
Weede, C. M. Barnes, Roderick
Dorsey, Ryan Lane, Burton Dat-
son, Sonny. Albinson, Jack Reeves,
Mrs. Julian Warren and Bill Rion.


Phone 354

to Policy Holders


Fire and Auto Insurance





Home Furnishings, Radios

Dazor Fluorescent Study Lamps

Nu Enamel Paint

Tuesday and Wednesday

224 W. Union St.

Phone 1558



Tuesday and Wednesday