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: April 4, 1947
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Some Races Subject To Run-Off
Vote; Brooks, Jones, Broome, In

Debaters Enroute To Grand National Tourney

En route this week to the Grand National Forensic Tournamnent, sponsored by Mary Washingtoi
College at Fredericksburg, Va., are five top Gator d ebaters and orators. Pictured from left to right ar
Bill Castagna, Gerry Gordon, Jack Murray, Leon M cKnim and Elliot Shienfeld.

id Epidemic

Under Control

S" By Jim Gollachewk
In a move specifically designed to further relationsi "For the past several weeks w
between the city of Gainesville and the students of the have been experiencing a mild ep
University of Florida, Harry Parham, president of the stu- idemic of influenza and mumps,
ic t ,Dean' D. K. Stanley reportedd thi
dent body, was inducted as an active member of th week. "The epidemic is not of a
Gainesville Exchange Club M.ini'-y before an assemblage explosive nature. It has grow
of University officials, civic and business leaders and very slowly and shows no signs o
student representatives. -- -- ---- reaching alarming proportions,
Induction Highlight Office he added.
Highlight of the program was Tiger Off ce"UnderControl"
Dr Henry Paul Packard's induc-, The epidemic, now under con
tioie speech in which he said "the Silent On Plans trol, has more than taxed ti
value of any organization, insti- very inadequate infirmary facil
ttn or individual lies in its con- X F l ties The infirmary has a norm
tri.ution .to life. The fusing of, Next Fa capacity of thity-fivo
better relations ar ceremonized Rumors conUinue to circulate Continued On Page THREE
on the occasion, is a worth-while about the state regarding a sue-
contribution to both the Univer- ; cessor to President John J. Ti-
sity. the student tody and the city gert, whose retirement will take uo-Pianists
of C:(ar I ll..." place September 3, but no word
Parham drew a great round of on the subject is forthcoming from
Continued On Page THREE the executive's office.
.Neither the State Board of Con-
trol nor Dr. Tigert has given any -
hint on the matter. They stress
F IK Applications that no action has yet been taken.
F 9K Appications Three Men Mentioned -
AMowe Ac epted I The Jacksonville Journal, how-
INo c ever, in an article this week, men- i
,tioned three men whose names
Men wishing to apply for have been advanced by many as a
membership in Florida Blue Key possible successor to Dr, Tigert.
may do so at this time by plac- They are Judge Thomas Sebring,
ing a list of their qualifications Florida State Supreme Court jus-
IP .the FBK box at the Flori'a tic3, Dr. Doak S. Campbell, pres-
Union desk, Paul Rogers, FBK ident of Florida State College for
president, announced this week. Women, and Colin English, state
Requirements for member- ;superintendent of public instruc- .
ship into the campus' highest tion.
honorary fraternity are as fol- Residence, Undetermined
lows: Five semesters residence Spokesmen in Dr. Tigert's of-
excluding summer sessions, 70 fies yesterday declared that. he has ..
hours of work certified by Reg- made no plans for the future. Last
istrar's office, an average of 2.0 week President Tigert said that he l "
o' higher, and three fields of hopes to remain in Florida. He r
leae rship of which one nyst be now lives at 1200 East Boulevard Whittemore and Lowe, fame(
r, major field and two nust be in a -residence rented by the state duo-pianists will appear here Ma
minor fields. for the president of the Univer- 5-6 under Lyceum Council spol
.sity.. sorship.

In the closest presidential race in the history of cam-
pus politics, Frank Stanley, Gator party candidate, leads
John Crews, Florida-Dixie candidate, by a two-vote mar-
gin as of the latest recount. The vot-e at present stands at
* 1752 for Stanley and 1750 for Crews.
I Student government -officials
! emphasized this afternoon that
presidential ballots will be re-
The Gator party, with a frater-r Stro g
nity bloc vote estimated at 1400,
took 47 offices conclusively as of
party, with an estimated bloc vote For Dorm Dance
of 900, had taken 13 offices and ,
the Florida party, political neo-; By Jack Harper
phytes on campus, garnered buti Plans are progressing rapidly
six offices. I for a successful "spring dance" to
Steamrolling into offices In al- be held May 10 for members of
most every phase of student gov- Buckman Hall and a few non-
ernment, the Gators won control dorm residents. Pete Mendoza,
of both the Executive Council and dance chairman, disclosed this
Honor Court, and by this after- week.
noon had placed three of their top The event will mark the re-
five definitely in the offices of sumption of a traditional pre-war
vice president, secretary-treasurer practice of providing a social
and chancellor of the Honor Court. week-end for dormitory residents.
With approximately 3500 votes "Open Affair"
cast, a lighter vote than had first "The affa r is open to any stu-
been anticipated, the Gators took dent in the University but due to
an early lead in an election which limited facilities only 175 couples
featured the fining of fraternity can be accommodated," Mendoza
men not voting, and a fraternity stated.
check-off system at the polls. As there have already been 150
Counts on the various races are. members of Buckman who have
as follows, some subject to re- paid their $1 dance fee, the chair-
count' Iman urges any resi-lent of the
For Vice President: Brooks dorm who is interested or any
(G), 1835; Durrance (D), 1274-; University student who might like
McCariy (F), 830. to attend to get in touch with
For Secretary Treas-urer: him in room 44A Buckman Hall.
Jones (G), 1648; Long (D), 1108; Opp) Provides Housing-
.Fitzpatrick (F), 705. Housing for dates who will
SChancellor: Broome (G), 1924; come to Gainesville for the week-
Kates (D), 949; Evans (F), 529. end has been provided at the Ala-
Clerk: Wyke (G), 1641; Mac- Continued On Page THREE
both (D), 1054; Giller (F), 703. Cniu OnPg
n Editor of Seminole: Carlton (G), choo lReporters
e 1762; Stratton (F. endorsed by D),
Business Manager Seminole (no
run-off yet, not final): Murrell The Florida Inter Collegiate
(G, 1491; Lewis (D), 1123; Cari- P Association will sponsor the
baltes (F), 737. 194-7 High School Press Conven-
Editor of Orange Peel: Doherty tion and publications contest at
(G), 1657; McLeran (D), 936; Nel- the University Friday and Satur-
son (F), 828. (No run-off, not fi- day, May 9-10, convention chair-
nal.) men at the University have an-
Business Manager Orange Peel:! nounced.
Moore (G), 1691; Ciraldo (F, en- Representatives from all high
dorsed by D), 1583. B schools in the state with student
Editor of "F" Book: Burt (F), publications both newspapers
1649; White (G), 1610. and yearbooks-have been invited
is Business Manager "F" Book: to attend the session.
i Criser (G) (unopposed). Represented in the Inter Colle-
n Presid-ent of Lyceum: Henderson, ;gicte Press Association in addt-
a (G),. 1097; Admire, (0), 686; Oshins, tiot to the UJni-',ersity of Florida
f (F) ers of yeu (top four wn)are the University of Miami, Stet-
Borcheller, (D & G), 1521; Crabtree, i Son University, Rollins College,
(G), 1315; Ghiotto. (F), I6E-; Graeme, University of Tampa, Florida
(G), 901; Kaufman, (F), 578; Mack, State College for Women and St.
n- Continued On Page TWO Petersburg Junior College.


"King Ugly" To Be Crowned

At Dance Next ednsday
By Miarty Lubov
Do you have trouble with cracked mirrors ? Have you
the type of face that only a mother gorilla could love ? Is
your physiognomy displeasing .o sniall children and dogs?
In short, are you ugly ?
You are? Then latch on to the latest contest that

VA fOfficial HaiIr

Vets Get Checks
Note to all veterans who regis-
tered for the Second Semester and
who have not received a subsis-
Stence check:
If you do not receive your check
by April 4, you are urged to re-
port to the V.A. official in the
West Lounge of Florida Union on
Friday. Saturday, or Monday
r from 8:30-12 and 1:.30-5. Special
pd contact w'th the Regional Office
ly .wil be made concerning your sub-
n- a 'stence.

Alpha Phi Omega has cooked up.
Thil local chapter of the national
service fraternity is -sponsoring
a starch for Florida's missing link
-the Gator with the clock-stop-
ping visage. To be held April 7,
8, end 9, the contest is open to all
organizations, fraternities, clubs,
and unattached individuals on the
Bloc Votes Keynote
Bloc votes are the keynote in
nomination of the candidates for
"king Ugly" since each vote costs
a penny to be contributed to the
Red Cross. Any man withf a par-
ticularly hideou; room-mate is in-
vited to vote as nany times as he
ha3 pennies. Balloting spots will
be the Post Office, the Library,
Continued On Page EIGHT





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S. ...- Hanna Will Speak
S Stanley Leads On Palestine
Continued from Page ONE Dr. Paul L. .Ianna will speak
1 () 1171; McNeal, (F), 705 Smith to the International Relations
B (D 804; Tatleman, (03, 787; Wes- Club on "Explosive Palestine"
sell (F), 615: Monday night, April 7 at 8
President of Athletic Council Wir o'clockin Room 208 at Florida
rington, (G), 13Q3; Gardner, (D), 1032.oock-inlRoet 208 at Florida
Vice-Pres. Ath. Council; (High man Un'lon. All students and faculty
wins): Smith, (G), 1169; Greutz-. mnemhbers roe cordially invited.
Five additional appointments macher, (D), 768; Scales, (F), 471.
have been made to the instruc- Sec.-Treas., Ath. Council: L. Ans-
tioral staffs of the University bache, (G), 1165; Ennis, (0), 1 iO A
morbers of Oth. Council: (Top two om miSSionS Are
President John IT. Tigert an- win): Davidson, iF r0 1167; Morgan,
nourLcedt today with Board of Con- (G), 1082; Oswai.j G. 959; Scott, T S
trol approval. (F), 579; Turneir, yD),-862. W e n T SeniorS.
t aorityprof theappoinBoard of Publications: (Top three,
majority of the appointments win): Davis, (G), 1117; Harper, ,I The following announcement has
are effective immediately, the endorsed by D) 1303; Messer, (F, en. been made to former commission-
others in June. i dorse by D). 1075; Osheroff, (G en-. ed Army officers whc are seniors
dorse by -), i4i; Van Wagenen, (G), to be graduated this semester and
Appointments Listed .NOR COURT who desire a commission in the
Agriculture and Forestry, (1): Po- Regular Army:
The appointments include: well, (D), 64; Cloe, (F). 58; Bar- e A my.
College of Agriculture Dr. net. (G), 31. Recent changes in Army Regu-
Clai ence- F. Winchester, assistant Architecture & Allied Arts, (i): lations make eligible for commis-
prolessor of animal nutrition, 11 Bowes, (G ie Millica, (F), 15; sio in the regular Army former
Arts & Sciences & Pharmacy, (Top '1mnithe ed ofriArmywh ret
:yeals' teaching experience, voca- Patterson, (D), -14. co umissioned officers, who are to I
tioal agriculture and animal hus- two): Lawler, (G), 119; M. Ware (D), b e graduated this semester. In-
bary, seven years research; and (G), 88; Mndel, (), terested individuals should apply
barlclry, seven years r~seareh; and62; Mezritch, (F), 49; MoLenny, (F),bA o-Pod Y
Lawrence A. Hetrick, Jr., assist- 46. by-personal letter to the Adjutant
Sant professor of entomology, for- 1 Bus. Ad., (Top two): Langford, (D), General, Attention: AGSO R,
rly entomologist, Virginia Ex- Hess, (G), 95; Clayton, -(D), 89; Washington, D. C. before April
perinient Station. Osborne, (F), 27. 5th, 1947.
College of Architecture and Al- Education, (i); Koon, (G), 32; Gelb- Copies of War Department Cir-
lii.d Arts- Joseph F. Hennington, ble, (D), 7. 8 cular 289, which gives full infor-
instructor in drawing and paint- -Engineering, (1): Gordon, (G), 89 nation, are available at Room- 3,
ing, forerlyinstructor in Univer- Brown, (), 44;Nage, (F), 21. ae all
g Law, (1): Buchnian, (G), -112-;Bar-. a-guag 1-Tall
sity of Florida summer school. i co. (F), 90: Walker, (D), 87.
I Sophomores, (L); Shijenfeld, (G), Posey, (G), 528; i i,. ..- 516; Shoe-
Arts and Svivnoes 147;: Odom, (F), 333; Leibovit, (D), Makr, ), 32F) 22 erre(G), (57;
280. W. H. Smith, (F), 28; Terrell, (D),
Co.iege of Arts andl Sciences Freshman. (1): Counc!l, (0), 868: 33Frei ,top eight): Alflere
Amill II. Gropp, instructor, Ledoux, (0), 306; Let), (F), 251. ), 206 Barton (F), 287; Dillinger
Scheiiistri : department, currently EXECUT VE COUNClL (D), 376; Dunlap (F), 314; Faber (F),
king fo Ph.D at University Agriclture, (p two) Swanson, 28; Fleing (G) 414; Freed(),380
Jat erSity (D), 66; Davis, (D), 54; Love, (F), Goodson (D), 270: Henry (G), 354;
of Oregon. 33; Cochley, (G), 2j; Adams, (F), :ohnson (D), 394; Langston (G), 375;
College of ong:ineering-,Milton 28: Prevatt. (G), 23. Love'l (G), 352; Newberger (F), 252;
E. yeberg, associate research en- i Acl. & Allied Arts, (1): Craft, O'Bery (D), Oliplant (G), 836;
1.yeberg, a tr acln 0D), 39; Latsko, (G), 34; Scoville, (t), Phillips (G), '. F (0), 446; Reyes
ginelr, formerly with U. S. Bureau 7. (F), 267; Robinson (D), 297: Rcsi
So. tniormology for 13 years, later Arts & Sciencew, (Top. two): J. (G). 370; Scarborough (G), 375; Schn'
lor at U. S. Naval AcadAsbchr, (G), 1 Bovis, (G), 81; abel (F). 247; Sherwood (D), 330;
110,.01wor at F. S. Naal .&cad- JFar" to-. (D), 57; Baker, (01, 49; Wood (F), 312.
e11" MacFadden, (F), 43; A!exsuk, (F), 36.
Bus. Ad., (2): Vincent. (G), .107;
Wilson, (G), 99; Guthrie, (D) .79;
Lyie, (D), 77;Mc .utty, (F), 56; Ma-
i e E e a this, (F), 22.
le d ducat,on, (Top two); Dunkle, (G),
30; Gilbert, (G), 19; Guy, (D), 18;
S'I 8( 7' SFernar.dez, (D), 10; Lambe, (F), 4.
SPEresiden.T Engineering, (2): Aiderdice, (F),
1 85: Autrey, (D t .dorsed by G), 68;
I Owen, (D), 66; Tilden, (G), 62; Bar-
Myron Grinnell of Homestead sa, (F), 37. 4 .
was elected president of ,the Bap- Forestry, (1): Perryman, (G), 17;
Shepard, (D). 4; Thompson, (F), 1.
ti.st Student Union for the coming Law, (2): Collie, (G), 143; Harmon,
Year at a business meeting at the (D), Owen, (G), 1046; Griffiss, (0), -
PSiJ House on March 2i. 87; Black, (F), 63; Rarrisey, (F), 59.
r et w sev as chief- o! Pharmacy, (2): Ltikart, (F), 23; E.
Grinell will serve as chief of Ware, (D), 19; Mundell, (G), 13.
the senior council and heads a Phys. Ed., Top two); Harlan, (0), .*
state of twenty-two newly-chosen 2; Sacken, (G), t Cooper, (B), 1. a
senior and junior council officials dez. (G), 491; Broadfoot, (G), 563;
who will lead the Baptist organi- : Burnaan, (F); 245: Charles, (F), 243;
zstion in their new year which be- Diaz' (F), 330; Emmons, ,F); 225;
Fox, (G;, 574; Frani, (0), 310; Frank-
gins April 21. The new BSU offi- lin, (D), 35; Hagan, (F), 258; Hurst,
eers were impressively installed at (D) 333; Jones, (F, endorsed by D),
a ceremony at the First Baptist 58: eg (C'e. Mily, ,Lubov, i, fI
Church last Sunday evening, villewski, (0), 298; McCall, (G), 546;

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ngin, accoraing to. _uti ent
Body President Harry Parham.
Parham sai; that when student
government officials went to
the College hinn to buy refresh-
ments for the men who volun-
teered to count votes in yester-
day's election, Mr. -Hammond,
proprietor of the Inn, insisted on
donating the refreshment" and
would not accept !)ayment.'
I..:. Tigert said, and applauded
the initiative of the club in-taking'
the lead in bringing about more
cooperation betiveen civic and stu--
deit leaders.
State Sen. W. A. .(Bill) Shands:
echoed the sentiment of the. pre-i
vious speakers and said the value'
of the. Exchange Club move would
.go far toward fostering good will'
throughout the 'tate.
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Special guests representing the
University included besidess Tigert,
ach Dean R, C. Beaty and D. R.
S(Bily) Matthews. Student lead-
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James A. Craig, Herbert Stall-
See, woith, Mark Hulsey, and John
S. rews.
k E. t M asers Other special guests included
Shiands, Mayor-C6omissioner'C. S.
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Week-End Event Initiates Fifteen

For the first time on this cam- The Pi appa Phi' s initiated
daoritg.Girsts tinled r. tisarn- i^ fifteen ne t ncmhei' S at a cei-
pus, a- Pledge Class-conducted' a m a ny la t e nesda t ,a nd
full-fledged weekend: through its 'many last Wednesday night,
own efforts. Last vvee-endS affair accepted two new pledges Neo
was sponsored entirely by the SAE members are:
pledge class, it was annoinced.this Harold J. Combs, Grille; W
week by Billy Mears and George Elgin, Ji., Miami Beach; WV. C.
nhtkrn, chairmen of the social sGraves, Vero Beach; J. E. Flei -
function. er. Terre Haute, Ind.; Prank N.
Dance At "40Q" Holley, Coral Gables;. George D.
Friday night, the pledges were Johnson, Jr., Miami Beach; James
losts at. a formal Dinner Dance O. Murray, Ormond Beach; Carl
given at the ,"400 Club." Dinner ... D. Pease, Jr., Jacksonville; Geo.:
Was served and Perry Watson's ift A. Pena, Coril Gables; J. D. Ray-
Orchestra furnised music e for So''e n denbush, Coral Gables; David L.
danTing. Guests included Mr. and Reid, Jax; Robert G. Small. Lake
Mrs. Clifford Beasley and Mrs. ori: J. P. Stevens. Jax: Win. G.
Joree McFarlin, SAE' hcusemoth- V ... Deal, Jax; James A. Willis, Jr., Es-
er. qsilre, Jax. New pledges are Con-
Saturday afternoon a picnic was The scene above shows part of the action during *h serimmagn be- sld ticklighter. T) rmond Beach:
held at Keystone Heights and that tween the Orange aud Whiite teams which wound uip l tdring prSrtice and Aubrey Daniels, Jax.
night a Hawaiian Dance was held sessions of the ige isg Ga.tor football squad.
at the fraternity house. J
ris Shephard Queen andw h e i riae On i Co~it
Miss Anne Shephard, from Chip- i- n,.? r, : o al
ley, Florida, was selected as Contin'ey Mle mPage ON'E
"Queen of the South Seas" and Continued from Page ONEu r9* P h Air Base ) Carl Opp. dire -
she was presented with a gold SiIk'es e t' of esend 'ho has1 eena
fraternity ring and a flowered let. using the hanfiished third floor l aldin g is lxholk-he o a e dcooper-
The house was decorated in a Ha- the capacity has been raised to Mr. A. C. Brown, comjiussio)ner alion to making the af'.tir a suc-
waiian theme and Perry Watson's lifty beds. of the Florida State Plant Board, c oss
Orchestra played for the dance. "Some StudenAs Irritated" will speak before the Newell- En- "Stormy" Forth and his popular
The variety of costumes added to "Some students have become ir- i tomological Society. Thursday, campus 'orchestra \will pro\'ide am-
the affair's success. ritatedi because they had to wait April 10, on the subject. "Quaran- sir for the occasion which will
Cormittee Named to get medical attention," Dean tine Work of the Florida State take place in the Gainesville
The pledge class cooperated in Stanley said. "We would like to Plant Board." Amercan Legion Hall. The Variety
handling thisweek-end. The social 'explain to those students that Faculty members and students Show, a Florida Players produc-
commlitteewas -coinposed of Billy with only four doctors and a limi- of the College of Agriculture are tion to be presented on the same
Mears, Joe CollinS,' Jack Siftmons, tect nursing staff it iq physically cordially invited to attend. date will be an. added attraction
Georg'e Dickerson, Payne Middy- impossible to handle' fifty bed-pa-'. on the week-end menu.
ette, Laurie Dozier; and Herb tients and- two hundred out-pa- Five On Conimuiltee
Yardley. 'tients and reach- everyone imme- Mendoza appointed Calvin Mi-
.diately." .. .l ey, Harvey Miller and Zane
Are Filled To Capacity Continued from Page ONE Vaughan. to the refreshment conm-
e In order that the sickest men mittee and Charles Wainwight
may be handled in the Infirmary applause when lhe paused briefly and Davis Billick to the decora-.
many men with slight cases are in his address- tod pay tribute to' tios committee.
being sent home or returned to President John J: Tigert, who was
their' rtobomns. Wit-h the Alachua also present.
'County Hospital filled, to capacity Di.: Tigeirt Speaks
Tailavingg the infirmary, has no alternative. Dr. Tigert spoKe arter Parham
Doing Woilderafl ,'ob"' and' gave his whole-hear ted sulp- BO Y -D'S BA F
"Our medical staff is doing a port to the new move.
,vonderfill job," Dean Stanley said. "Initial enterprise and active
"During this recent epedemic they, cooperation brings about all prog- Uni
have worked day and night while
many of them were sick them- The sincerity of Gainesville's
selt.es. Itis due to them that' this residents and merchants, in im-.
'epideric ha4s been brought' under proving relations with Univer-
P e 4 control" Dean Stanley. added. ity dents was shown last


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Ente rvd aIs .second clniss mail matter. January :)0, 191i., attlthe post office
at G(ainesville. Fla.. under the act of Congress of March !3, IS7!).

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

Executive Editor., 'Pan" Gaines; Associate Editors, Johnny Jenkins,
Bob Maelueish. Dee Van iVagen, Johnn-y Valker; Assostant Editor, Ted
Shurtleff; Assistnut Muinaging Editors, Jinm Gollacheck and Harold Her-
man: Features Editor, Elliot Shienfeld; News Editor, Pat Patillo; Sports
Editor, Bernie Ward.

Assistant Features Editor. M1arty Luhoy; Assistant News Editor.
Georg'e Kowkabany; Co-Assistant Sports Editors, Jordan Bittel and Ray
Jacobson; Cainpus Editors, Neil Evans, Jack Harper and. Sanford SChnier-
Copy Editor, Leo Selden; Proof Editor, Bill Dunlap; Re-WVrile Editor,
Jack Bryan; lntranmulars Editor. Bill Boyd; Society Editor, Jean "Whit-
more; Amusements Editor, Les Gleiehenhaus; Exchaune Editor, LouAI Met-
sel; Office Manag'er, 'Shep Faber; Head Typist, Leo Osheroff; Music Edi-
tor, (Gerald Clarke; Fraternity Editor, Horance Davis.

IKen Richards, Assistant Business 3lanager; Albert Carlton, Advertis.-
ingI Mana'er; Walter Martin. Collection Manager; Georgte Gillespie. Book-
keeper; .lJohln Bonner. Circulation Manager: Ted Vetter, Assistant Circen-
lation Mlanage-r; WValter Brown. Office Manager; Charles Elldredge' Chick
Calvit. Rudy Thornblerry, Jordon Anusiacher, Solicitors.

Right Or Wrong--Support Them

The election is over!
After hectic, excit- ment-filled, noise-filled, promise-
filled weeks, the stude: t has made his irrevocable choice.
Whether or not the 'est men have been the choice of
the majority is always a debatable issue, but for the sake of
.a greater University of Florida, it behooves us to lend .our
support to those who ha o won, whether or not we- agree
with them-whether or t we voted for them.
Given half a-chancc, ose elected, in most cases, will
turn in a creditable per< minance in the positions to which
they have been elected. Campus-wide social week-ends
and other social reforms can be inaugurated, but only-with
student support.
The extremely heavy vote in yesterday's election
shows that Florida is reviving in student interest and stu-
dent spirit. Much of this was due to the advent of a third
party which put the other two on their toes.
The future for the University looks bright-it can be
bright with the support by every studeit of his student

The University's Building Program

(Reprinted from the Gainesville Sun),
Figures on the actual and needed building progress at
the University of Florida have been flying so thick and
fast during Jhe-past few weeks that a brief resume of the
picture as it exists today might well be in order.
In round figures, $6,800,000 has already been allocat-
ed by the State Cabinet out of which actual contracts have
been let for some $4,800,000 of the work. It is estimated
by authorities -who are in positiori to know that some
$7,900,000 more is needed in order -to bring the physical
plant of the institution in line with present needs without
making any provision at all for future expansion. This
means that allocations plus additional needs total $14,700,-
000 and that slightly less than a third of this is now under
Consequently, the current session of the. legislature
opening next Tuesday should keep constantly in mind the
$"9,900,000 in funds still needed for the physical plant of
the University. This is necessary because allocations and
contracts are entirely different things. Contracts made
between the state and individual builders are presumably
binding and not subject to revision by legislative action.
Allocations, however, are merely the earmarking of cer-
tain funds by a state agency. This means that, like all
other unfulfilled administrative acts' of the state, they are
subject to rules and regulations established by the legis-
lature in the forms of laws and appropriations. As to the
funds needed beyond those. already allocated, the legisla-
ture has, of course, the complete say-so.
It is to be hoped that the legislature will make provi-
sion fdr carrying through the program as set forth, for
that program has been given mo'ntlh and years of thought
and hard work by officials who have only the best inter-
\,ests of the University in mind. Any legislator should be
'able to satisfy himself of the real needs of the University
by merely recalling the fact that the present plant of the
University was designed for only 2,500 studelfts, whereas
more than 7,000 are now in attendance and 9,000 are
contemplated in the fall. The present high enrollment is
not expected to decrease. He should also bear in mind
that the present plant of the University represents an in-
vestment of approximately $6,000,000-made when build-
ing was comparatively cheap-of which, however, only
$2,500,000 was appropriated by the state.
If the legislature sees fit to continue the present power
of the improvement commission to let contracts for state
buildings, we feel reasonably certain that the needs of the
University will be met during the coming few years. If,
o0 the other hand, the legislature should return to the old
system of authorizing each individual contract in advance,
the total figure for the University of $14,700,000-.certainly
should be included in the program laid out at the current


Theatre Has

Prizes For

Local 'Blondie'.
Here's an opportunity for a Uni-
versity family, to win some' prizes
-if the wife in that family is a
Ed Roberts, manager of the
Florida State Theatre, announced
41, a contest to. select the Gainesville
ie and comic fame. The gal, of
family which comes the closest to
resembling the Bumsteads of mov-
course, has to be blonde and be
the mother of "a child or~so," ac-
cording to Roberts.
Prizes will be a pressure cooker,
valued at $14.00, an electric iron
valued at $9, a fluorescent bed
lamp worth $7.50, two pairs of
nylon hose and a one month pass
to the State Theater.
The winning family will be de-
termined by the number of nomi-
, nations sent in on ,a family and
the writer of best letter of nomi-
nation will receive a month's pass
to the State. Deadline is Monday
noon. Winner will be announced
at Monday night's show. -

Yes, We Said Mess !

ing on

campus is a mess! Yes, we said MESS.
a mess because political propaganda has been ly-
the grass, tacked to the trees and pasted on the

But we're not griping-because that political propa-
ganda lent impetus to the greatest campus election turn-
out in the University's history.
However, someone must clean up, and'that someone is
rarely the politician who was so eager to publicize his
cause. More. often it is the University's Maintenance De-
This year, in addition to the efforts of the maintenance
men and the promise of aid from all three political parties,
Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity, will conduct
a long-range "clean-up campaign on campus, starting with
the mesg resulting frpm yesterdays' election and continu-
ing in an effort to keep the campus' .lawns and sidewalks
The dirty work is being shouldered by Alpha Phi Ome-
ga-the success of the "clean-up" drive, will be up to you.

Letters To The Editor

Says Peel Editor Has Wires Crossed
Mr. Morty Freedman
Editor, The Alligator
Dear Morty:
It appears that the editor of the "Orange Peel" has his wires crossed.
In the Spring issue of the "Peel," he criticises you for being biased to-
ward a political party on the campus yet he turns right around and
intimidates that same party in his editorial. Does he mean that you
should not be biased but it is 0. K. for him to be so ?
There are enough rotten rumors being spread around our campus as
it is without his kind of journalism to go with it.
Here's to a greater Florida.
Sincerely Yours,
Reuben Capelouti
1962-Hernando St.
(EDITOR'S NOTE: In answer to Reader Capelouti we can only say,
that the Orange Peel Editor, notbeing a student -of Journalism, not
having any previous campus publications experience, and obviously not
capable of producing anything resembling a half-way decent maga-
zine, must be excused if at times he is over-exhuberant in his new-
founld medium for publicizing himself.)

Questions Infirmary Facilities
Dear Morty,
I should like ,to have a question answered.
Having had, by necessity, to visit the infirmary I noticed the wait-
ing room was extremely crowded. This does not approach the ques-
tion, however. Inquiring, I was informed that the facilities for hand-
ling an epidemic are sadly inadequate. One must realize that ,the in-
firmary was built when the capacity of the "U" was in its infancy.
From all indications, the peak enrollment has not been reached.
The question is: Is not the health :of the student body more im-
portant than the allocation of funds for other structures? Does con-
struction of these precede that of-,the infirmary? Let us not hide our
heads in a palmetto bush and pass the idea of an epidemic as being
'.'out of the question."'
Realizing the power of the press, I ask your worthy opinion.
Respectfully, -1
George Strauss
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Most assuredly, Reader Strauss, the present In-
firmary facilities are inadequate in the event of an epidemic of any
proportions, and certainly an addition to ,the Infirmary is of prime im-
portance. It is for such pressing needs .that the University's Student j
Government through the Committee of 67 is asking the Legislature for i
unprecedented s.ums for permanent construction here.)

By Barbara Wickham
Tally Correspondent
LY. The other night a friend of
mine observed the following dra-
ma in front of one of the dorms
just about light flash time: A
couple walked up arm in arm and
then went into a fond embrace.
My friend was deeply touched by
this tender sign of spring and
continued to watch. The boy and
girl parted and she ran toward
the dorm. Then she stopped, turn-
ed -and called to the boy--"Oh!-
pleased to have met youth"
have a new system here, design-
ed to sped up the process. First
you stand in-line for a couple of
hours (if you get there early)
and receive a number. Then you
go away and come back in a few
hours. When you return you
stand in line again until your
number is called and you can go
in' to register. They try a new
system every time and after
nearly four years I still can't
figure it out.
to be held by the school this Eas-
ter Sunday at Killearn Gardens
outside of town. The College Choir
is going to sing and it promises
to be very impressive.
: *
MORE CO-EDS. The word
seems to spread rapidly because
every new quarter brings more
boys to our school. And they
seem to be getting more civil-
ized all the time. Majority of
them are wearing shoes now.
Just shows you what a good en-
vironment can do.

TEP Initiates 21

Neophytes In

Formal Ceremony
Twenty-one men became broth-
ers in Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity
in a formal initiation ceremony
held at the Tau Alpha chapter
house last Saturday.
New Men' Named
The new members include:
Aaron Goldman, Oc'ala; Arthur
Callen, Gainesville; Bill Cohen,
Patterson, N. J.; Phillip Bern-
stein, St. Augustine; Joe Reisman,
Miami; Leonard Sachs, Water-
bury, Conn.; Leonard Frankel,
Jacksonville; Sanford Schnier, Mi-
ami; Marvin Ramber, Miami
Beach; Marvin Aronovitz, Tampa;
Sam Price, Jadksonville; Elliott
Argintar, West Paim Beach; Mur-
ray Dulcbin, Miami; Morton Se-
gal, Miami Beach; Marvin Gold-
berg, Miami Beach; Marvin Hoff-
man, Leesburg; David Silver, Mi-
ami; Buster Silverman, Miami
Beach; Jack Ackerman, West
Palm Beach; Ted Wittner, Tam-
pa; and Jack Silve,. Jacksonville.
Father Pins Son
For the first 'time in chapter
history, a son was pinned by his
father, an alumnus of Tau Alpha.
Muray 'Dubbin was welcomed
nto Tau Epsilonr Phi byMr. Al-
bert Dubbin, who was initiated
n 1926.

Critic Acclaims Glee Club Next 7 Days

For Excellent Tone Quality i1--
A.lelphos. [lai. i'lion 210. -I-5 p.m .
By Gerald Clarke :,:30 p.m.
Alligator Music Editor s,1,'vii,. iA'I., 81 )n.. iday
The University of Florida Glee Club offered an interesting pro- Chii.ss Clui, \VWest L ounge, 7-S
1).In Il.
gram at its concerts on Monday and Tuesday of this week. The group, Sunday-
under the direction of John W. DeBruyn, well deserved its warm re- Liiithran Church service, And.,
11 a.m.
ception. I'ortry four, Fla. lnion 210, 3:15-
The program could hardly fail to a:i. nie set, Fla. Union 305, 7-9
at least partially please everyone. much better performance of Pal- p.m.
Dancing-Palestrina-pop tune string's "EcceQuomodo Moritur." .. FC, Fla. union 308, 7:30-9:30
sprituals-all on the same .pro- .estina's "E. e Quoodo Moritur." .m.
gram. Judging from what the Glee E idently much hard work had MonGay-
Club sang, you could safely eomi- en put into the trying final Sigma nelia Clhi Smoker, Fletcher
pare it with any other in the cunrt- s. T e Vriters' luspensionu, Fla. Union 208,
try. --Ione was near perfection. 7:30n-9 p.nm.
Top Performance Tone Quality Excellent Broksville Club, Fla., Union 209,
Top Performnce The Glee Club's tone quality, 7-8 1)p.m.
Probably there has never -been a .IC, Fla. Union 209, 8-10 p.m.
Probably there has never een a balance, and ennunciation were ex- Iarnegie Set, Fla. 2Union 305, 3:30-
cellent throughout the perform- 3:3'0 p.m.
C ance, although its dynamics was nll-,. Alnp.'m.ni Club, Fla. nion
Students Observe sometimes rather 'limited. There special Navy Films, Aud., 7:30-9
too often was placed a little too p.m.
W wildlife W eek much restraint on climaxes. At Students' Vives Bridge Club, Bry-
anIounge, 7:30-11 ihn.
crucial moments the volume often semiinole Staff, Fla. Union, 7:30
The recent National Wildlife leveled off instead of building to p.m .
Week was observed by a group of peaks. Tuesday- lon m
14 forestry students who made a -. avaliers, Fla TUnion 20os. 7-8 p.m.n
trip March 18th' to- the Bivins i phisi.ia,, Fla. ,inion 201, 7:30-
Arm Bird Sanc-tuary for -ah all- f 'oreSry Club "Ap.s. Via. 20 ,p
day outing under, the .charge. of ilnehgie Set, Fla. nioin2 31 3:30-
Possor Cason.of the Forestry o Bird Socety i, Fla.nion30, 7:30-
School. -Join .. ...Slie K1y, Via. Union 305, 7:30-9
Large flock of blue-winged To)-. 1.,,
teel, coots. shovellers, as-well as The University of Florida's 7-1o. Of ice and Men' Alm..,
water turkeys, American egrets, Forestry Club decided to become Wednesday-
snowy egrets, ospreys, and marsh members of the Florida Audubon lielta Sigma, Fla. 1nion 208, s-10
hens were observed and identi- Society at ,the Tuesday meeting p.m.
field. held in the Austin Cary Memorial Carnogie Set, Fla. Union 30,, 3:30-
:3 *) p.m .
Forest. Spanish Film: "Adventures of
Attended by seventy persons, Chi,' Aud., 7-8:410 p.m.
the session was featured with a Thursday-S
For Qualify Work talk-on the mechanization of gum Un 08, Assocat Fla
naval stores and a review of'its, Sigma uan, Ela. L'iUnion 209, 8:30-
history by Ranger Ryburg of the 10 Fla. Union 0. 4-5p.m
Leave Your Photo U.__ Forest Service who is co- '...... FSle, a, FUnion"305,'3.30-
eave Your Photo eating with the Experiment 5:o0 m.
Station at the University. Show: "Algiers," two shows, Aud.,
Finishing 11 p.m.
Sig'ma Tau Smoker, West Louinge,
S ... -- -lha July 1; N. Y.-Canada July 20;
MDM-exico,EAugust; Write forTFolder.
653 West University Ave. JAS. A. DASHER A I I rex
VALDOSTA, GA. The Phi Kappa Tau's installed
....... .. William R.McCown, own, t. Dora, as
,. ,. ... .... -President of the local chapter last
-- night, and elected the following
Jus- t Received-New fing, Summer men to serve with him:
...-C OMPl.ETE.1NWE Vice-President, Fred B. McNee-
.E. E. ::.. ly, St. Pete, Sgt.-at-arms, Jack
Seaman, St. Pete; Social Chair-
N I C K-..D'A M A T O man, John E. Sullens, Tampa;
ST.l, Tor.r Treas., James R. Ross; Recording
Secretary, Jesse H. Stroud; Cor-
-.. ALL-:ALTERATIONS responding Secy, John W. Meek-
er; Pledge Master, Edward H.
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Adults 30c Child. 9c

"Claudia & David"

"Black Beauty"

"The Big Sleep"

"Navajo Kid"

"Diary of a


"Home Sweet

"Make Mine Music"


great slar of 'Mildred Pierce"
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.By Les Gleichenhaus
A NOTE ON JEWELRY-One of our harder working staff mem-
bers took his love to the intimate little theatre-ze gran Lyric rti
other night, and came back with a sorry bit of pathes-he swears i;'
is true. It seems the lass was wearing an attractive, but inexpensive
brooch over her left lung when they set out. All through the double
feature our hero kept his hands firmly in his lap, fighting the good
fight for gentlemanless. However, as they left their seats she clutched.
desperately at her dress front. The brooch was gone. With righteoous
indignation the lad asked how anyone could have taken the baub.-,
without her feeling it. She smiled coyly, "Darling, I thought it wra
I'VE ALWAYS LOVED YOU ALL-More than a dozen popuilf'?
and exciting classical musical compositions are woven into the score ".
"Humoresque", the Crawford-Garfield starring film currently at thei
Florida. Numerous innovations contained in the film, all designed 'i
further the everincreasing desire on the part of the public for m ,1
classical music in motion pictures, include the adaptation of 1eo
"Habanera" from Bizet's "Carmen" for the violin. Among the olh-,?
compositions included in this very excellent picture are the title s-r -1
by Dvorak, the Mendelsohn and Tschatkowsky Concerto in D )Mino.
the Ceaser Franck Piano and Violin Sonata and much to .the drelial *'
of all C-5 students and members of Claude Murphree's MSC 319 T'.)
Shostakovich Polka. I i
ZE HOT CHASE-Robert Cummings plays a down-and-outer I
"The Chase", "who arrives at a lavish Florida villa and is questione;I
through a small opening in a huge door, with only a man's eye visib.-1,
The eye in the opening belongs to one Peter Lorre and after sever 1
rehersals the director called out, "Are you giving us your left eV-,
Peter? This one looks strange." "Of course," Pete answered indignanT.
ly. "I laways give the camera my left eye. It's my best eye." Despil:
the stinkeroo I have just spun Lorre is at his leeriest in "The Chast,'*
which chases itself into the Floriday Sunday.
ZE HOT NEWS-The noise in the University Library leaves a ni.:-
quiet bedlam nothing to be desired. Lets all be a mite considerate fer
the fella sitting next you-he might be trying to get an education,
as it were "Claudia and David," last times tonight at ,the Lyri.',
"The Big Sleep" opens Sunday at the Lyric-which reminds me .<6
an off-color joke-but on second thought we'll leave it lie or lay r.i
the case may be Lutheran Church Good Friday Service in tt.o
University auditorium Hillel Foundation will have Passover Seder
tonight .... Eatr Egg hunt at Camp Wauburg for the children :i
all University students. That means all you single men with children,
.... Poetry Hour at the Florida Union. Dr. Mounts will read from the
poetry of Kipling Dropped in on the readings of the script "ThL
Hasty Heart," the Lowell Matson production which will be showedl
in May. Leldon Martin is a natural for the part of Lachie and J0o
Santello perfectly cast as Tommy I'm stuffing the ballot box f.e,
my ugly roommate Herbert. He'd win hands down without. any votes-'
ha ... "Rebecca" that very fine thriller of about 1939 will be back
at the Florida this Tuesday and Wednesday. For sheer thrills and ex-
cellent dialogue don't miss it Although any man can have a Wvife,
only the ice man has his pick Why did Mahatma Ghanrdi leave
college?-All the girls wanted his pin .

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PLP Wins Handball Tille

With Victory Over TEP
Pi Lambda Phi scored a smashing victory over the
TEP'S in the finals of the Fraternity League handball by
a score of 3-2, winning their first intramural title for the
Before reaching the finals the Pi Lams scored wins;
over Beta Theta Pi, Pi Kappa Alpha, ATO, and Sigma Niu
with very little opposition from
any of the early-round matches. .
TEP victories ToTennis Team Will
The TEP's also made short work
of their early-round opponents as Meet Southern
they won over SPE, Chi Phi and i
Phi Delta Theta. Florida's "racketeers will have a
In the finals of the singles Gott- i go a a tomorrow morning
fried of Pi Lam scored a 21-1 and goat it again tomorrow mornings
21-0 win over Lippert; Woppert of ust west of the drill field on New-
Pi Lam dropped his match to H. berry Road when they engage
Wanger of TEP, 21-7 and 21-7; the M o c c asins .of Florida
Kranz of Pi Lam defeated Segal Southern College in a return scuf-
of TEP, 21-6 and 2-6. Sue
Doubles Split Battling for Southern will be
In the doubles play J. Suberman i Bryan Meharg, Clem Hopp,, Sam-
and P. Wanger of Pi Lam tripped my Gregg, Calvin Collins, Edgar
Denker and Cohen of TEP,. 21-10 Tolle, Marshall .F-ld. Malcolm
and 21-15; Rubin and Shader of Jones and Julian Bur-::.
Pi Lan dropped their match to The Alligators will rely on Jack
Schiner and Berkman of TEP, 21-9 Borling, Jack Harris, Bob Riggins,
and 21-20. M urray Robertson, HIrry- Terrell,
Large Crowe i Pilo Braschi, Charlie Harnner andd
The finals of these matches- Reece Cooper to down. the Moc-
were played before'a-large crowd casins again.
which witnessed-some handball of
the highest caliber. Both team-s A
were well" drilled ini the game and
displayed some difficult slobt's: ,)
--."*** ~~aM ... w w ji V i *

BOWfiM9 WI Frat League
1. Standings Told
egin O .dY Fraternity intramural-standings
B' including hand-ball, as announced
The. Intramural Department y the Intramxural department this
The Intramural .Doepartne week, are as follows:
will* introduce a new sport into ,DTw 1 11 fol vo 3
,competition Monday-when frater- 1, 4PDT, 1141; 2, KA. 959; 3,
nity league teams invade the PLP, 949; 4, SAE, 948; 5, ATO,919;
Gainesville Bowling Center for the 6, SPE, 862; 7, DTD, 833; 8, PKA',
'opening round. of the bowling 823; 9, PKT, 806; 10,. TEP, 797;.
tourney. 11, SN, 788; 12, SX, 776; 13, TX,
The Dormitory and Independent 750; KS, 743 15, P 700
tournaments will not get under DX, 621; 19 DS; 587,PGD 207 AGR,
way until after spring holidays, 573; 21, CP, 557; 22, Lo, 555.
but entries from teams in those 573; 21, CP, 557; 22, LCA, 555.
but entries from teams in those
two leagues are due Wednesday,
April 16.
Pla.vyrl In Ai ernomnt,

All 'contests will be played in
the afternoon except for the fin-
als, which shall be held at night.
There will be no fees charged dur-
ing the tournament.
Tourney play will be conducted
according to single elimination,
match rules. Each match shall
consist of three lines per man, and
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match. In case of a tie, each man
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Baptist Uni and. Thomas E&F won the touch foot-
ball title for thj Intramural Independent and. Dormitory
Leagues respectively with the Union scoring a 7-0 win
over the Hellcas a nd Thomas E&F downin-g the Temp 0
boys, 1.3-6, in the D`orm League finals.
In the semi-finalo, the two fin- score over Thomas C & D in the
alists scored one-sided wins over semi-finals of the Dorm League.
their oppohents- witih the Temp 0 In the Independent League the
romping to a 20-0 win -over Temp Hellcats drew a bye to the finals
A and Thomas E 8&'F ran' a' 19-0 arid the Baptist Union downed the
All-Stars 7-6 in a tight gahie with
plenty of action throughout.
In the finals of the Independ-
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T-he- roster- of the champion
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It was an historic moment. Alexander Graham Bell's telephone
had just spoken its first words-"Mr. Watson, comehere, I wau't you!"
That evening in Boston-March 10, 1876-Dr. Bell's crude
instrument transmitted his voice only to the next room. But out
of it was destined to come a whole new era--the era of quick, easy
nation-wide telephony, of radio telephony in all its varied forms,
of talking pictures, voice and music reproduction systems and
electrical aids for the hard of hearing. Few inventions have played
a greater part in shaping the world we live in!
Since 1877-just one year after Bell's long experimentation was
crowned with success-it has been Western-Electric's privilege to
help carry forward his great idea which gave wings to words. In
that year Western Electric made its first telephone. More than
45,000,000 have followed it-over 4,000,000 ofthem in'1946 alone.
Today, from coast to coast, in factories, offices, distributing
houses and central office installation crews, there are more than
110,000 Western Electric workers. Imbued with the Bell' System
spirit of service, they are helping to provide equipment in record
quantities to meet telephone needs far beyond-any envisioned by
the inventor.

This year marks the 100th Anniversary of Bell's birth-in
Edinburgh, Scotland. on March 3, 1847. From early youth,
lie was keenly interested in .'i r-. r i,.. hard of hearing. He
became a teacher of "visibh: i':.-.: when 18 years old.
This work led to experiments with "telegraphing"
sound, out of which, in 1876, came his greatest invention
-the telephone.
Dr. Bell-was a great humanitarian as well as a great sci-
entist. His accomplishments-in aiding the deaf, in com-
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Miami Hurricanes Mercer Athlete Wins Trophy

Defeat Florida
Netmen Easily
'In administering a thrashing
blow to Florida's .netmen, the -lads
from Coral Gables-the Univer-
sity of Miami Hurricanes lost
,but two sets of :the nine matches
in winning over the Gators 9-0
last .Saturday.,
Captain Bud Hart of Miami and
;Captain Bobby Riggings of Florida
gave the crowd an .exhibition of
(classy 'ball-playing as Hart beat
Riggins, 6-4, 7-5 -in a hard-fotught
-battle. Jack Borling of Florida
-was the only Gator to win a set in
the singles, while Harry Terrell
-and Jack Borling captured a set
.in doubles competition.
Match Results
Results: Singles-Hart (M) over
Riggins (F) 6-4, 7-5; Richadson
(M) over Harris (F) 6-4, 6-3;
Vincent (M) over Cooper (F) 6-3,
6-1; Turner (M) over Terrell (F)
6-4, 8-6; Iamindgren (M) over Bor-
ling (F) 3-6, 6-1, 6-0; Johnson
(M) over Braschi (F) 6-2, 7-5.
Doubles: Hart and Richardson
(M) over Riggins and Robertson
(F) 6-1, 9-7; Lundgreh and Turner
(M )over Terrell and Borling (F)
.6-1, 3-6, 6-1; Johnson and Vincent
(M) over Harris and Cooper (F)
6-1, 6-2.
Southern Beats FSC Team
Florida Southern College's ten-
.nis team copped an 8-1 victory
:over 'the Tallahassee branch crew
of the -University of Florida last
-Playing for TBUF were: Jlm 'De-
Loach, Rooert .anlgan, Henry
Daniels, George Jennings, :Harold
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By Sanford Schnier
Florida's up-and-coming varsity track team captured
two first-place slots last Saturday in the fourth annual
Florida Relays, when Jim Wilcox of Tampa won the run-
ning broad jump with a record leap of 22 f-..:t. 11 1-8'
inches, and Atkinson, Ennis, Adams and Wilcox s..d-d
to a 0:43.6 second quarter-mile
relay victory.
Mercer Athlete Wins Trophy Mercer University's David Rowe,,
Gat-orenryAthlete Gar who juniped 6 feet, -3 7-8 inches
Gator Henry "Hank" Gardner for, a new meet record. Rowe was
made an impressive showing, but awarded the gold Kearney-Ray-
didn't match the' performance of bun Memorial -Irp.,l, for -being
the outstanding Va hli.i of the re-
Coach Percy Beard's speed mer-
1 8 South Garden chants finished second in the two-
mile relay, 100-yard dash, sprint
Gainesville's Best Shoe medley relay, mile relay, shot put,
Repair Shop high jump, and discus, while tak-
ing third in the javelin and discus.
Duke Wins Three Firsts
Duke collected three firsts, Ten-
P on 239 nessee and Florida two each,
oe 2 South Carolina and Mercer one
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event follows:
Two-mile rela y, Tennessee,
8:17.2; 120-yard high hurdles,
North Carolna, 15 seconds (new
record); 100-yard dash, South
Carolina, 0:10.1 seconds; quarter-
mile relay, Florida, 0:43.6 seconds;
one-mile team race, North Caro-
lina, 4:25.3 (new record); sprint
medley relay, Duke, 3:40; mile re-
lay, Duke, 3:25.2; pole vault, Ten-.
nessee, 12 feet, 9 inches; shot put,
North Carolina, 48 feet, 1 3-4
inches; high jump, Mercer, 6 feet,
3 7-8 inches (new record); discus,
North Carolina, 143 feet, 2 1-2
inches (new record); broad jump,



Trackmenface teens Pitches
University Nine

Tech Tomorrow To First Victory
Orange and Blue thin-clads will By Phil Webb
tangle with the Yellow Jackets of'
Georgia Tech tomorrow afternoon The University of Florida
at 2 o'clock on Graham Field in 'to c tre hr fir+
Florida's second home-field meet. .ators captured their firs t
Rated as one or the strongest victory in five starts TleS-
cinder outfits in the Southeastern day by defeating the Jack-
Conference, the Jackets have in sonville Naval Air Station.
the past *run amuk over Georgia, The Gator attack was led
Misslssippi State, and Auburn, by "Smoky" Joe Stevens who
and will be out to trip the Gaines- hurled a two-hitter to win the
ville aggregation. 6-2 game. This game, played on
Wilcox Seeks Revenge the University of Florida's home
Florida's Jimn Wilcox will -be diamond, gave the Gator boosters
shooting for revenge against their .first chance to see the Flori-
Techls Douglas Fowlkes who sur- da nine swing into action and
passed Jim's 22 foot, 6 and 3-4 break their early season losing
inch broad jump with a 22 foot, 10 streak of four games.
and 1-2 inch offering, which took Stevens Pitches
first place in the fifth annual Stevens, a freshman from Jack-
Southern Invitation indoor games sonville, gave up only two hits as
at Chapel Hill, N. C., a month ago. the Gators blasted the Flyers for
"The Gators showed extremely four hits and collected six runs in
well in the Florida Relays last two big innings.
week," said Coach Beard, "and if
that meet wasn't classified as a I he at ors scored three of their
relay carnival-in no team in the bottom of the first
points are given--we would have frame' leveling three hits to
ceen in first place by virtue of the knock Berryman, the Flyers'
two firsts, seven seconds, and tw r tin"' pitcher, out of the box.
thirds that we scored." Clihadwick Hold Gators
Tech Tough Rival Relieving for the Flyers, Chad-
The mentor added that Georgia wick held the Gators in check
Tech will be one of the toughest until the seventh frame, when
rivals Florida will face this sea- three errors and a wild pitch help-
son, but that the meet will be a ed the college men chalk up three
corker, because of the aggressive- more tallies to put the game on
ness .and eagerness of both squads ice.
-to win. The Flyers scored one run in the
fifth inning and one In the sixth
rPi on a pair of hits, one in each
hi am Officers frame.
Six Errors For Flyers
The Phi 'Gamma Delta's install-' The Gators took advantage of
ed :ithe following officers Tues- six Flyer errors and played heads
day night: up ball to win. Stephens' speedball
President William K e s e n; kept the Flyers under control,
Treasury Jack Admire; Rec. The line-up was: Fielding, Sb;
Secy., ,Bill Gurry; Corr. Secy., Davie, If; White, sB; Mossberg, cf;
Bill Poole; and Historian, Wilson Qimp, 2b; Horsey, rf; Menges, -c;
Smith. Stephens, p.

iRfM *1 SCO.e Fs Fur

The University's R.O.T.C. rifle team completed firing
their first season of college competition since before the
war during the week ending March 28. Of the 10 matches
scheduled this past week the results of only five have been
Take Four, Iose OneW
Of these the Gators took four loss for this same period was to
and lost one. The Gtor victims 1429 to 1403.
were: Ohio University, Presbyter- [Cornell, 149 to 1403.
ian College, the University of Ar-| Clark High Point Man
kansas and the the University of | The high point Gator for these
Dayton. Florida's winning score matches was Douglas Clark, with
for these 'matches was 1889. The 385 ptpints. L. *E. Koon was close
..- --'behind with 384. The other high
Florida, 22 feet, 11 1-8 inches; men wete 0. B. Williams, R C.
javel'n, Duke, 183 feet, 8 inches. Smith, and W. A. Williams.
D Firing Continues
Although the season is ended as
.far as competition with other col-
S e leges is concerned, firing will con-
R...when.you use tinte this week for the national
SA BER intercollegiatee rifle .matches. It s
*expected that the results of these
B ,matches will .be announced in 4%
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David Rowe, (second from the left), lone Mercer University entry,
is shown receiving the Kearney-Raaybun trophy as the outstanding ath-
lete of the Florida Relays held last week-end. Pictured with him are
tie teammates of Francis Kearney and Al Raybun, I940 co-captains
of the Gator track learn, in whose honor the trophy is awarded.


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r i $pring Frolics Vocalist Cor AdClon staS

SOOthers Uneffected
<'The city ,of Gainesville
Fuller Warren, former candidate for Governor of Flor- T h .t f.G phase of its
ida, in a letter to the ALLIGATOR this week, expressed lost th the Florida Inland
his regret upon learning of the. resignation of Dr. John J. Theatres, Inc., Wednesday.
Tigert, and pointed out the qualifications he deems desir- when Circuit Judge John A.
when Circuit Judge John A.
able in Dr. Tigerts successor. H. Murphree granted a tem
Speaking of Dr. Tigert, Mr. Warren wrote: I very porary injunction restraining the
much regret Dr. Tigert's resigna- collection of the recently-passed
tion. 1-e gave 19 years of conse- good administrator, a splendid amusement tax.
crated service to the University of speaker, a tactful gentleman, and- The tax was scheduled to go
Florida. He is an able educator, a an all-round good fellow. The Uni- ,: into effect April 6.
versity has made great progress Judge Murphi-e's order covers
under his leadership. His place the entire amusement tax ordi-
S will not be easy to fill." nance and therefore will stop col-
ll rh Tlkan "The Board of Control," Mr. .: election of taxes on baseball tick-
I 181I1 Talk Warren pointed out, "is under a .::".. ets and other forms of amusement
tremendous obligation to the peo- Te n as well as the movies.
ple of Florida to see that the right The injunctiontgranted Wednes-
man is chosen President of the day was not contsted toy t ithe y
To .RC Groups University." attorney, who agreed to it with-
University." out waiving the city's right to be
TooIt seems to me the man picked heard at a final hearing.
for president should have these ttornes r t atre a
Dr. Sigismond 6. Dettrich,ualificati )Heshldave attorneys for the theatres al-
.PhD, DSc, speaking before the In- l qualifications: (1) He should have lege that the tax provided by the
S1a i: R eos u sound educational qualifications .. .
ternational Relations Club Aon- isand teds o nal qualificasia n. ': *'. cit, ordinance ;s "discriminatory'
and the some experience as an ed- : "- '. arbitrary, and unreasonable in its
day night i Peabody Hall, arn- ucator. (2) He should have proved '.' classification and effect.'
ed thathe U. and must hipatch mu- capacity as an administrator. (3) They further contend that the
scirshe p" to kee democrachip aith He should be man of demonstrat- right or privilege attempted to be
liberalism alive. Diettrich declared ed tact and diplomacy. (4) He subjected to said tax is not ased
that the old adage "a stitch in should be a vigorous, forceful, per- .upon the principles established
time saves nine" applies today suasive speaker. (5) He should be ". As in- for state taxation.
more ,than.ever before, a man willing to go all the way to .... Also included in their bill of
Spent Years In. Europe get a winning football team. '(6) complaint is the contention that
Dr. Diettrich, who spent most He should preferably be a Univer- ., the tax "is not within the powers
of his early life in Hungary, re- sity of Florida graduate. (7) He '." of the city" nor "within the pow-
ceiving his degree of Doctor of should not be over 50 yeans of .. ers granted to cities by the gen-
Science at the Royal Hungarian- age, in vigorous health, and of The era laws.in questf Florida.on would be
oseph University n Budapest was im essive appearance. t is des-I at Flaherty, who was seen here with Les Brown and his band at placed on all "admissions" to
visibly moved as he told members' liable that he should have had ex- 'Fai Frolics, has recently joined Harry James' band and vill appear : places of amusement. Tickets
of the International Relations Club perienee in athletics. (8) He as his vocalist at Spring Frolics on May' 2-3. i eoatIng 25 cents or less would be
that "if we had not been in such : should be either already widely tax free but a three-cent tax
not now be necessary to go into ple of Florida, or have a demon- frTo 2 cents to 50 cents, five
Greece or to have our Secretary stated knack of getting himself 'icerts on all between 50 cents and
of State a General of the Armies." favorably known. a dollar. and eight cents on all
Traces Russian Relations ", o a dollar.
iseLirilleaedure sted on tlhe bill of complaint
tions with Russia was traced bo ros ith the Florida Inland Theatres,
the Professor of Geography. He PUVInc., was J. Vernon Zierjack, a
decried the "pink dawn that came By Pen Gaines sports and evening clothes, but taxpayer of the city of Gaines-
into the parlor of some American All you hep cats, len. an ear; she kept on singing, little dream-, ville. Zierjack operates the Cam-
homes" immediately following we have Pat Flaherty back with: ing that she'd be singing with any pus Canteen on West University
World War II. His definitionof a us this year. top bands. Avenue.
liberal: "One who is highly tol- That lovely little Irish lass, who After her graduation, she was As the situation now stands the
eran be views of other Designed to promote better i was te vocalist with Le Brown elected a member of the National original bill of complaint will have
"Liberals Not Comnies" ter-cultural relations on the cam-and his combine for Fall Frolics,tothecit
He flatly stated that "no liber- pus, the Hillel Foundation ofthe will return to the University of go to New York for radioand re- Monday, an at tha time the city
al could be a Communitst and no University of Florida is inaugur- Florida campus for its greatest cording auditions. She recorded attorney can ask for a motion to
Communist could possibly be a lib- eating a series of lectures on the i Spring Frolics-but this time as some auditions wch were played granted y p y njuncton
eral." Many of the "self-styled "Value of Religion to Modern Cul- vocalist for Hairy James' orches- i hez'd her n e Mayor Commissioner C. S
liberals" in this country he said ture." tra. hed her version of "Come Rai, Brooking, who ws present at the
"have come to look upon Soviet Dr. D. Scudder, head of the De- Vocalist Signs With James e n hA ao n Y Don'u Kh w hearing in Judne Murphree's
Russia as a grand experiment in apartment of Religion, will give the According to word from Harry Enough About You," he wired her chambers, had "no comment" on
democracy. He said that the only first address at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, James, now on his tour through to come to Hollywood at once. the proceedings.
trouble with liberalism was that 1 April 6 at the Hillel House, 126 Texas, Miss Flaherty was offered After Brown saw her and heard
one sometimes becomes so toler- College Park Ave. There will be a position this month, and she im- her in person, she was inmedi-
ant of the other person's views five lectures in the series-Apr-l mediately accepted the resultant lately hired to sng with the Los *
that one loses sight of our own 6. 13, 27 and May 11, 18, to which, offer. There was nothing said in Brown orchestra. I lStM an
basic democratic principles." the students and faculty are in- the report which would indicate She was with Les Brown from Conthelued from Page One
vited. that Pat accepted because she July until this month, and will
According to Cultural Chairman heard that :7arry James had have almost a month with James' and in the evenings, the College
M urphree Gives Bennet Kivel, "The lectures will" signed for the Florida week-end i Musc Makers by the time Spring InnFemales andveterans' wives
F 'I are ineligible and every vote
,t.^ D ^;* have their choice of subject and: Pat Flaherty is the vocalist who Frolics rolls around on May 2 means more aid to further the
Easter Recital material, and will -follow the gen- graduated from high school only an, 3. noble work of the Red Cross.
eral theme that the possibility of last year. She was born in Mil-! Announce Winner 'April 9
.A special all-Wagner program self-destruiction of civilizatichn waukee and started to sing with: I Jordan Ansbachae, one of APO's
'will be presented Easter Sunday niake obvious weak points in, the school chorus when she was in students W ive lea ers of the "back to the
(April 6) by Claude Murphree modern culture that can be stren- the seventh grade. She graduated, baboon" movement has stated
University Auditorium at 4 p.m. gthened through re-affirmation of from Sherwood High School last T M eet" M ond y that the winner of the contest will
The Prelude and Good Friday certain ideals founded in religion." June. beannoun meeting of h university Ce r danced at the Recreation
music from "Parsifal" will be of- Several prominent members of Radio Singer at 13 tde a t eeivesng of the University Center dance Wednesday night
feared as a feature of the Easter the faculty have been asked to Her lilting voice and her per- Student Wit waves decided th ast Tuesday Apil 9, and officially crowned
Season. Other Wagner excerpts lead future discussions. Next lee- sonal;ty attracted. the attention ngtc ub w as decided that the "Mi. Ea e-sore" of 1947. In the
will include: Overture to "The Fly- ture will be given by Dr. Pedro' of Milwaukee radio executives and e wod, iit i utureh Weet meantime, a Rogues Gallery of
ing Dutchman"; 'Siegfried's Rhine Fernandez, of the Spanish depart-' when she was only 13, she sang on Lounge of Florida Union. The st th mein spoiling your breakfast,'
Journey' from "Siegfried"; Over-, ment. the "Rumpus Room" program over tesses for the evenion. The hos -in posted ing your breakfast'
ture to "Tanhauser"; Introduction Discussion will follow the lee-; WTMJ. esses or the evening were Mrs. will be posted n the Floida Union
to Act 3, "Tristan and Isolde"; ture. and refreshments will be When she was a sophomore in Boyd. Gbbon and Mrs. Bnny with the latest orthior-scok Lre
and the Overture to "R,enzi." served at the close of the forum. high school, Pat started modeling. oyd Men, if you think Lena was
ugly, "you ain't seen nothing yet."
Kamnodhed By Bob Chadwick and Andy Serros