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 11, 1947
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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VOL 38, NO. 23

Infirmary Adds

New Physiciass

Dr. Barnett M. Hyman, gradu-
ate of the University of Tennessee
Medical School and the Harvard
University Post Graduate School,
has been appointed a resident
physician' in the University. of
Florida Infirmary, Dean Dennis
K. Stanley of the College of Phys-
ical Education, Health and Ath-
letics, announced today with
Board of Control approval.
Third Resident Physician


APRIL 11, 1947

-Rivals 'Bury The Hatchet'

Appointment of Dr. Hyman, a
Corps, gives three full-time resi- i
dent physicians serving student -,.n:sha a
health in the infirmary.in
Dr. Hyman served h's intern- j -- y." 1 ,
,qhip with the United States Public .
Health Service in New York, and ,
served with the Veterans Admin-
istration for two years. To see 'em smile you'd never know they had just become the main
participants in the closest presidential rae in Florida's history. John
Other Appointments lade Crews (left), the winnah, is shown shaking hands with Frank Stan-
Meanwhile Dean Stanley also ley.
announced the appointment of
Samuel 0. Noles, as sanitation in- A
spector for the University on a&
half-time basis. Noles formerly
served as a sanitation inspector in1
the Airmy and with the Alachua
County Health Department. M
Miss Ruth Hay and Miss Mar-


tha Miller have been named to the r' fr gngo b g. a wright aking bou, gan, in ts committee by Florida Blue Key
nurses staff at the infirmary. on the journalistsPresident Paul Rogers are Dan
journalists Beardsley, Nixon Butt, Morty
By "Fen" aines Freedman, Sam Gibbons, Warren
Twelve Univ'ersity of Florida graduating seniors o"r- T Goodrich and Jack Lucas. Mar-
Florida Players came unu;Lsu1ly stiffcompetitlon to rack up top honors Students To Honor tin emphasized that applications
Floida-:!y-. r-sU as they were selected this week for membership in the nv ers a may be turned in to these men or
W ill Produce Phi Beta ppa na this week for te rship in the University ead may be left in the Blue Key box
Kappa national scholastic fraterty, at the Florida Union desk prior
'HaSty Hear? Those selected, with their major and school, include: Presiaeut John J. Tigert of the to the Monday night deadline.
Louis Aronovitz. English. Miami University will be honored at a Basic qualifications for entrance
By arold Her-an High; Robert C., Bless, Physics, Combined Student joint Florida Blue Key and stu- into the campus' highest bororary
P. K.ol e Yon-e; Frederick E. Conkdent executive council dinner here fraternity are as follows:
Humor, love, pathos ad trage- ling, Chemiry, MiaFreder i High; GovCnerm-nt-Press tomorrow night in the banquet Qualifications Told
dy are blended into theos and trage- ling, Kahana Chemistry h hall of Florida Union. Leadership in three fields of
dy are blended into the Florida Lawre'nce Kahana. Chemistry Meet Po President and Mrs Tigert will1 campus life, of which one field is
Players' presentation of John Pat- German, Psychology, -Hillsborough eet OS ned President and Mrs Tigert will campus lfe, of which one field is
rick's "The Hasty Heart," the High, Tampa; Kenneth K. Keene, be guests of honor at Blue Key's Continued On Pge THREE
story of the reconciling to fate mathematics, P. K. Y ong e; The combined Studen- Govern- annual banquet, an affair they
of a dying and aati-sOcial Scotish George N. Kowkabany, special de- ment and Florida Inter-Collegiate have arranged with the student
soldier. gree in chemistry, Winter Haven Press Association annual conven- governing body to honor the Uni- Broch urs Rea dy
The 3-act comedy drama, a High; Henry D. Solomon, English, tion, which was scheduled for the versity president for his 19 years ea y
smash-hit on Broadway, will be French Sociology. St. Petersburg; University of Florida campus to- df "outstanding leadership in guid-
presented in the P. K. Yonge Au- William A. Tisdale. B i o 1 o g'y, day and tomorrow, was this week ing the destiny of the.UniveiSity." Notice to all County Chair-
ditcrium Monday, Tuesday, Wed- Chemistry, and German, P. K. postponed until a later and more Charles B e n n e t t,.. university men, Committee of 67, and I.
nesday and Thursday, May 12, 13, Yonge; Harold A. Willis, English, convenient date, Herb Stallworth, alumnus and promimenrt Jackson- F. C. Represeidatives:
14 and 15 at 8:15 p.m. The play Miami High; Fred A. Winkler, convention chairman, announced ville attorney, will deliver the The building program bro-
is directed and designed by Low- History, Political Science, Pensa- rinci a address and other chures are available at Fla.
ell Matson of the University's de- With many conflicts at the v-a- r in a and other Union desk in stacks of fifty
apartment of speech. Continued on Page -EIGHT rious colleges and universities in guests at the banquet will include ready for mailing. Please exert
The lead role of the Scotish sol- Florida, and with Dr. Tigert's tes- deans andadminstrat v depart- everyeffort to get these out as
dier who wants no friends is held timonial banquet scheduled here meant heads -at the University. so as possible.
by Leldon Martin and Florabel for tonight, Stallworth issued the Harry Parham, Tampa, retiring Jack Lucas
Wolff portrays Sister Margaret, Sprang VacatSon postponement notice, and Pat president of the student body, will John Crews
the only feminine role in the pro- O'Neal, convention secretary, serve as toastimaster.
du(.tion. Spring vacation will officially wired the eight member schools:
The rest of the well-chosen cast begin after classes on-Wednes- "The- FSGA-FIPA Joint Conven- p ks
includes Jack Mills as Tommp, day, April 16, and extend until 1 tion is hereby postponed until fur- p eakS Here
Pat O'Neal as Digger, Sanford classes commence on Monday, other notice." .
Schnier as Kiwi, Tom Sims as April 20, according to an an- It is believed that the c-m.n-,.n-D b -- ` "
Yank, Warren Felkel as Blossom, nouncement by the registrar's tion.will be held the week-end aft- .
Elihu Edelson as the Colonel, and Ioffice yesterday. er the University of Florida's
Herman Shenbrun as tl. orderly. spring holidays. I ay

y Wal'ke1h9A Kingf Ugly'^ MDr. W. Norwood Brigance, -im-
Jo nny alker He A s mediate past president of the
Speech Association of America,
: l$ *Band former editor of the Quarterly '
Fall Froaics ueen Crowns Runners-Up Tusyevs g at o'clock on
S"Can Japan Become A Democra- I

Who is the man with th
screaming in the night from 3
liest Man in Florida" ?
You're wrong. As anno
nity sponsoring the'contest fi
than SAE-man Johnny Walk
absent, his court' was crowned by
Frolics Queen Nancy Barber at
the Recreation Center last Wed-
nesday evening. They will reign
over Gator-land for a full year.
Dempsey Crown Prince
With bloc votes the order of the
week and each vote counting a
penny towards Red Cross, King
Walker annexed 21,354 votes with
a totald'of $213 contributed by
sA.E. Ir'ank Dempsey co elected

By Marty Lubov cy?"
e face that stopped a thousand clocks ? Who has babies The lecture program, one of a
Micanopy to Avon Park? Who is the newly-crowned "Ug- series sponsored by the College of
Arts and Sciences, will be held in
the University auditorium, and will
)unced by Alpha Phi Omega,-the. national service frater- be open to the public. A smoker
or Red Cross, the duly elected "King Ugly" is none other for Dr. Brigance will be held fol- .
er, former editor of the Alligator. Although the king was Ie.Flohis address in Bryan
Lounge, Florida Union.
9,477 votoes with the aid of a nir- ired electioneering campaign by Distinguished as an author, edu- ,
the football souad. Puke Bostain cator, editor, and lecturer, Dr. [ iti
No Alliga t placed third w'th 9,214 ballots. Brigance will be one of the princip-. "
O@ -' gaTO Jordan Ansbacher. chairman of al speakers at the forthcoming '
Since spring holidays 3egini af- APO's Committee on Horrors meeting of the Florida Educational d
ter classes Wednes-ay, the Al- states that $600 Was taken in for Association in Tampa, and will ter, on the Western Front, and in
ligator will not be published the Red Cross. stop here enroute to that meet- Germany witt ,the occupation forec-
next week. Publcation Will bhe Prizes Contributed ing. es, made the startling prophecy i
resumed with an Issue on Friday, Expensive prizes were contrib- Dr. Brigance, who was the only 1920 that we wculd be at war
April 25 uted by local merchants. The Mon- American officer during World again within a generation-vwth
A-Continued on Page EIGHT War I to serve in the Pacific thea- Corntinued On Page EIGHT

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Results Subject
To Executive Bfl flfal
Council Action

By Ted Shurtleff r Year
One week after the hectic
spring elections John Crews The University of Florida band
has been certified as the new I leaves for Tallahassee today on its
president of the student last out-of-town appearance this
body. semester.
A full program is ahead for the
The Florida and Dixie band, under the direction of Pro-
Party candidate edged the fessor R. DeWitt Brown. Tonight
Gators' Frank Stanley by six they begin activities with a con-
-votes, 1,760 to '1,754. The one cert at Florida A. & M. and to-
thing which prevents the result morrow afternoon they will play
from being official is the canvass for the Tally-lasses. An invitation
by the Executive Council to which has also been issued them to play
every election result is subject, In at the Junior-Senior Prom.
the past it has been but a for- Officers of the band are James
niality. Fletcher, business manager; Dar-
Twelve Ballots Ruled Good rell Carnell, assistant business
An incomplete recount at ALLI- manager; Terry Lyle, publicity
GATOR press time last week director; Olin Richards, drum ma-
'Showed Stanley ahead by two jor; Russel Foland, assistant drum
votes, not counting 12 Gator-con-major; and Petor Watson, assis-
tested ballots. These 12 were lat- Other men taking the. trip are
er ruled good by the Honor Court K. Ailsworth, G. E. Baker, E. A.
and they proved to be the winning Bickow. W. M. Bostwick, H. E.
margin for Crews. Bovis, R. S. Custer, M. N. Davis,
Count "Guaranteed" R. Deehl, V. Godwin, R. Graham,
The validity of the 1,760-1,754 Continued On Page EIGHT
count is certified by Herb Stall- __
worth, chancellor of the Ho'ior on ay A
Court. Monday Set As
Crews yesterday expressed ap-
preciat'on that a majority of the Deadline For Blue
Cortinued Dn Page EIGHT Key Aptons

For The Birds "Men wishing to apply for
membership in Flor'da Blue Key
should submit their applications
"This is for the birds," miut- immediately," Ralph Martin, chair-
tered Professor 'W. L. Lowry's man of the FBK nominating com-
JournaJism 302 students Wed- mittee, announced this week.-Mar-
nesday as they sat in class with tin said that the deadline for ap-
newspapers covering their heads. pl:cations has been set for 9 p.m.
Reason for the grumbling was next Monday, April 14.
that a small covey of birds had Committee Appointed
winged into the room but could- Other members appointed to the
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2 THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Daniel C. Smith, Ruth Marie Ewy
-Soar. Herbert Sohn.
S2 1 Albert Stadler, William Tal-
nmadge Stafford, Robert Barnett
Stein, James R. Straughan, Henry
wN. Tamm, Jr., Robert Charles
Sn Tesher. Jack Conrad Thompson,
p Joseph Clyatt Tooke, John Ray-
%mond Trinkle, Theofilos J. Tsaga-
ris, Gerard Phelps Urling, Henry
Two hundred and fifteen Universityv College students G. Vanek Willian Lonnie Vann,
Se'lby G. Venn'ng, Harry Leigh
"overcame all the hurdles" to make the dean's list last Walker, Van- Earl Wallace, Jr.,
semester. Harold Abraham Wanger, Earl F.
Dean W. W. Little in announcing the first post-war list Warford, Walter Weber Weigel,
compiled since the practice was discontinued in 1940 said: Harold Weinberg, Richard S.
"These are the men who met Weinstein, Joel Douglas Wells,
own the Culbreath C. Whitehead, Frank
the r requirements all down the Gay, Jr., -Charles Jay Hardee, Fbrrest Whitton, James Norman
line." He termed those selected as
ona of the most exceptional schol- Robert H. Hargrave, Henry L. Williams.
astic groups the University has Harker, James 0. Harrison, Jr., Jesse L. Williams, Jr., Jonathan
pIoduced in many years. James Phillip Hartley, Donald 0. B. Williams, Joseph W. Williams,
50/Of Students Hartwell, James Charles Havnes. i Jr., Robert Earle Wing, Sorrell
Of the 4,500 enrollment in the I Louis Wolfson, Leonard F. Yar-
University College, the 215 com- Wafter M. Haynes, Jr. brought, Mdton Edmund C. Yates,
pose approximately five percent. William Justus Head, Harold E. James Yontz, Samuel Jack Yosim.
The number of hours taken and a Henderson, Wallace Win. Hender-
Ihgh average (B plus) in all the son, William' Seymour Hess, Lu-
subjecta was the basis for quali- cian Jude Hindery, William T.
I studentHinson, Bennie M. Hoffenberg,
In rnpne cases u-,nere a student Dunca'n McKay Holt, Howard
pde ery high i some of hissub- Huh Hopper, Chas. Gerald Hour- ; T F
er student made fairly high in all eit, Charles C. Humphries, Wil-
his courses, the later was picked. liam J. Husa, Jr., Norman Ira
A -student carrying a maximum Jacoff, Boyd Walker Johnson,
load or over was given preference Henry Douglas Johnson, John Ar-,.
o"er a student carrying a mini- thur Jones, RUfus C. Jones, Eil- Tailoring
jects but low on one while anoth- hard N. Kahlenberg, Robert Ber-
-,inm or average load. nard Katims, Ephram Fred Kauf-
No Set Average man, Morton Arnold Kawaler, D i
The e was no set average to James Henry Keen, Earl McNeil
r'.intain. Dean Little attributed Kelly, Win. King Kendrick, John
the fine showing in a large meas- Charles King, Bernard D. Kitch-
Ure to the returned veteran who n
thA shown an eagerness to learn. Edward Stanley Klein, George F. ;O e 354
Those qualifying are: Knight, Daniel Howard Kohl, Rob- P o 3
S ert Henry Kugler, Roman Kulwich,
C. Roland Alderson, Robert M. Chas. Kenneth Laurent, Herbert
Ainderson, Win. Harlo.n Anderson, Leb, Jessie Cail Lee, Mary Joy
H-enry E. Armstrong, Robert Sid- Lee, Melvin Levinson, Paul Cale
Tey Baker, Loren Richard Bald- Ley, Jr., Benjamin F. McCall, Jr.,
win, Walter David Barfield, Joe Earl Wells McKisson, Glenn M'c-
Paxton Barnett, Bruce Beardsley, Leod Jack 'O. McMillan, Ronald "'
Ben Monte Benjamin, Theodore S. J. Mann, Robert Harold March-
Ernjamin, Gilbert T. Bergquist, man, Joseph D. Marshall, Jr.,
Stuart C. Black, Robert Edwin John Heath Martin, Wm. Marcy
Boardman, Karl Heinz Borcheller, Mason, Jr., David Owen Melrov,
IHenry Eugene Bovis, John Hibbs Eli Leonard Merlin, Michael B.
Brashear, John Charles Braun, Meyers, Edw. Harlain Miichelson,
George Henry Brooks, Joseph Ed- Duane Albert Miner, Thos. Oliver
ward Burris, Charles C. Burton, Morgan.
Albert M. Byrnes, Barney L. Clayton A. Morrison, Timothy
Bynum, Jr., Austin F. Campbell James Mullis, Chas. Haskell Na-
Leon Campbell, Clarence Alton ness, Matthew S. Nestler, Miles
Carson, and Robert H. Chadwick. Hull Newton, Win. Elbert Nex-
Herbert Lee Chapman, Freder- sen, Jr., John Ewing Norris,. Law-
i. O0. Chastain, Edwin H. Collins, rence H. 'Odenthal, Aubrey Tisen .ci
liugh L. Cooper, Jr., John Freder- Ohara, Emmett L. Owens, Charles V'
ick Cooper, Paul Harold Cootner, Takeo Ozaki, Henry Yoshio Oz- .
Harrison W. Covington, James aki, Melvin Earsel Partin, Robert
Lynn Cowan, Joseph Allen Cow- Earl Peacock, Lloyd C. Peeples, .
art, Richard Allen Crago, Thomas Charles William Perez, Richard .
Allen Crouch, Eric C. Culbreath, Eugene Perry, J. Hardin Peterson,
*Andrew Joseph Decker,, Clayton Wm. Wallace Phillips, Herbert Ed-
R. Dehaan, Jacob Donald Dehaan, gar Pickle, Robert James Pierce,
Charles A. Dell, Conrad G. Demro, Maurice Charles Pimm, Charles
J'., Robert Joseph Dill, Roderick Faran Pittman, Harold Cranston
Dorsey, Peggy Purcell Dowling, Pope, Benjamin 0., Jr. Powell,'
Cordon Wayne Dykes, George George B. Powers.
John'Eggart, Harvey M. Eisgrou, Janice Mae Pyle. Marvin Paul
Ernest E. Erickson, Joseph Fer- Ramber, Joseph Bennett Re-sman,
riandez, James F. Fleming, John Ed Seymour Resnick, Joel Thorn- :
R. Forrester, George R. Freeman, ten Rodgers, Wilfred 0. Roehrig
Robert John Fruin, Goette 0, Fus- Rene Mont Rogers, James Winde: '
rell, Jr., J. Pendleton Ga'nes, Jr., Rouzie. John Alton Samuel, How-
Manuel Garcia, Morton J. Gar- ard Elliott Sands, Sherman 0.
field, Jerome S. Garrison, Shel- Schchter, Irving H. Schwartz, Al-
doni Gendzier, Garth Spencer Ger- fred Conner, Jack Lee Scott, Linus
rnond, Robert L. Gilman, Marion A. Scott, Rita Anne Seestedt, Jo-
M. Glasgow, William E. Glenn, seph J. Seykora,. Jr., Fred Silver-
Robert Louis Goette, Saul Win. man, Stephen Brown Simmons, .
Goldstein, Gerald Lyon Gordon, Murray Donald Sirk s, Frank Mar-
Lifrence H. Gunter, Herbert S. tin Skillman, Arthur Hugh Smith,


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the University of Florida, is at
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paign-Urbana, Ill.
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meeting, is William E. Rion, as
sistant director of the union, an
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SAE Pledges Frolic On Week-end Jerry McGill
'Vaults Way Into"

Big-Time Radio
.By Jo'im Perry
'"Jerry McGill, a graduate of the
.". University of Florida, has lite:-
ally pole-vaulted his way into big-
time radio.
'Participating in varsity track
here for three years, McGui
reached the mark of 11-9 in the
pole-vault and continued h i s
t vaulting in Britain while he was
a Rhodes scholar there.
X. Today. Jerry McGill is the writ-
'"ee, producer and director of hEs
"o'-n packaged show, "Big Town,
over the Columbia Broadcastirg
.sl.. System. Featuring Edward Paw-
ley as Steve Wilson, the hard-hit-
ting, crime-busting editor of "The
_.illustrated Press," McGill's weei,-
& ly serial is a "must" on many
N ia iadio fan's schedule.
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Ah! Nothing like an Hawaiian dance to bring out the best of pul- bachelor of rts in social sciences
chritude, believe the SAE's. This shot was taken in the palw-filled :frm the University of Florida,
living room of the SAE House during their pledge-conducted week-end fcGill became in turn a Rhodea
h 8-scholar, Bl:tish polervaulting
champion, a tutor in India, a
ortBa r And P tle journalist, 'an advertising man-
M Ortar Ar e8 ASCE Stag s and emerged as the creator ci
Pesat leS ta es "Big Town"
Schedules Open Hamburger Fry taon
HambY Stanley Poole Is
M t r 2 A. hamburger fry. featuring am- New APO Pre y
The pharmacists of the nation pie supplies of America's No. 1 eW reXy
sandwich plus sott drinks, will be' ,k ,.
have dedicated National Pharmacy staged by the local chapter of the p Stanley Poole of Jacksonv1le
Week, April 20 through April 26, American 'Society of Civil Engi- was elected president of Alpha
to the cancer control program in neers on Tuesday evening, April Phi Omega, national service fra-
cooperation with the American 15, at 7:30 p.m. at the barbecue eternity composed of ex-Eoy
Cancer Society. pit near Radio Station WRUF. Scouts, at the regular meeting of
National Pharmacy Week will j the organization last Thursc.ay
be olhtedh P nh r c k il: Tom Allderdice. president of the night.
be highlighted on the campus by organization, has announced that Crosby Dawkins was namnd
all students now taking civil engi- first vice president. Other offi-
neering or planning to study it in cers chosen were Jordan Ansbach-
ALTERATIONS the future, whether members of er, second vice president; Max
Made to Measure Clothes ASCE or not, are invited to the Cheney, secretary; 'Ed Davi,
affair and are urged to bring their treasurer; Jack Bryan, historian,
BEER'S TAILORS wives or dates along, and Lanier Dasher, sergeant-at-
421 W. University Ave. arms officers assmeth
The new officers assumed thc'r
duties immediately following in1-
an open meeting sponsored by the stallation ceremonies.
-- Mortar and Pestle Society to be APO meets every Thursday
held at the chemistry auditorium night in Florida Union and for-
on Thursday, April 24, at 7:30 mer scouts are invited to attend.
pm.--- ,\ p.m.
o" S The Emrich Award, presented B Dea
-.Vo1 y\ yearly, to the senior who attains Dea ine
S the highest honor point average Continued From Page O03,E
.* ., duringg his junior year, will be the najor and two are minors; an
presented during the meeting to overall average of 2.0 or higher;
Sheldon Spector. The presenta- completion of five regular semes-
ti" on will be made by Dr. P. A. ters and at least 75 hours of work
Foote, director of the School of certified by the registrar. App.l-
Pharmacy. cations should contain the appli-
All members of the facu'y, stu- cant's full name, address of resi-
entsand friends are i e to at- ence, and phone number, if any.
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ihe Florida ,4/l/gator

IUntered as second elass mail matter. January 30, 1915. at the post office
at Gainesville, Fla.. under the act of Congress of March 3, 1S79.

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

Executive Editor, "Pan" (:uines; Associate Editors, Johlnny Jenkins,
Bob Maicleish. Dec Van \' Wgenen., Johnny Walker; Assistant Editor, Ted.
S-h-artleff; Asssistant Mlanaging Editors., .Jia ollaeheek and Harold -er-
man: Features Editor. Elliot Shienfeld; News Editor, Pat Patillo; Sports
Editor, Bernie Ward. .

Assistant Features Editor. Marty Lubiv; : Assistant News Editor,
George lKowkiabny: Co-Assistant Sports Editors, Jordan Bittel anld ilay
Jaeobson; Canmpus Editors, Neil Evans, Jack Harper and San ford Schnier;
Copy Editor, Leo Selden; Proof Editor. Bill Dunlap; lie-Write Editor,
rack Bryan; Intra:iurals Editor, Bill Boyd; Society Editor. Jean WVhit-
more: Amusements Editor, Les Gleiclhenhaus; Exchangie Editor, Lou Mei-
sel; Office Manager, Shep Faber; Head Ty3pist, Leo Osheroff; Mnsic-Edi-
tor, Gerald Clarke; Fraternity Editor, lHorance Davis.

Ken Richards, Assistant BsinIess Mannager; Albert Carlton, Advertis-
ing Manager; Walter Martin, Col *etion Manager; George Gillespie, Book-
keeper- John Bonner, Cirenlatien Mannager; Ted Vetter, Assistanit Circu;
natton Mnnager. Walter Brown. Office Manager; Charles Eldredge, Chick
Calvit. Rudy Thornberry. Jordo

For Student Government's Sake

Next Tuesday night tl Executive Council of the Stu-
dent Body will meet to c vass the voting in last week's
student body election. In the, past this has meant that the
council, unless it found evidence of fraud or corruption;
officially certified as winner those men certified by the
Chancellor of the Honor Court as having the greatest num-
ber of votes. '
There have been rumors that the Gator Party-domi-
nated council will attempt to "steal" the election from
Dixie-Florida Candidate. John Crews, who has been certi-
fied as the winner.- We do not believe that this wiH hap-
pen. We are idealistic enough to believe' that members
of the council will not vote along party lines Wednesday
night, but in the best interests of student government.
Council members are aware of the fact that to take
such action as has been rumored, would mean another
complete student body election, another high-pressure
campaign by political parties, and recognition throughout
the state that student government at the University has
become a farce.
We do not believe that the members of the Executive
Council will allow this to happen.

University Has Growing Pains

The University has growing pains.
At least we consider the temporary housing units and
offices sprouting up all over the campus painful insofar as-
their appearance goes.
It would seem from here that not too many hundreds
iof dollars would be involved in painting these buildings a
clean-looking white rather than their present Army-base
green. One thoughtful student suggested this week that,
rather than designating the buildings as "J-21, C-14,"
etc., they should be named after alumni who have died in
Flavet III also presents its problems. Located over a
mile from the. center of the campus, the newest vet village
has no street lights, no pay-booth telephones, no street
signs and no bus service to and from the campus. It would
seem quite simple to extend the route- of the air base bus
to Flavet III in order that those, students not owning autos
will be saved their daily hike of several miles.

Si Walter Akerman, Orlando; T. W.
hI ltBarnes, Jacksonville: Paul D.
i I hi Barns, Tallahassee; H. G. Bates,




By Les Gleichenhaus
of the misunderstood stepmother is given a trite twist on the Flori-
da screen in "The Secret Heart." As a successful New York realtor,
C. Colbert turns Gown tne amours of W. Pidgeon in order to devote
her life to her two stepchildren, whose father has killed himself be-
cause of dishonorable business dealings (selling the Key to all C-6
Progress tests). The daughter, J. Allyson, a sensitive introverted mu-
sician, kept free of the ,true motive of her pappy's suicide, blames
her stepmother for his death and withdraws from the affection of
her family in a neurotic attachment for her father's memory. The
women will probably go maa-ad over this perky tear jerker but the
men will have wished they went ,to the State to throw popcorn boxes
at Bob Steele or the Durango Kid, as it were.
ZxI HOT COMMUNIQUE--Why do the small towns throughout
the state show the latest movies and why do we get the old ones?
In Dunellon (love that town) in a local bijou they were showing
Olivia De Havilland's latest "The DIark Mirror" and in Inverness-
"The Courage of Lassie"-don't understand. What's the diff be-
tween amnesia and magnesia?-the fella with ainuesia doesn't
know where he's going Joyce, the shapley Dise-Dora at the
Sunshine Music BIox tells all, quote, "Mamselle" by Art', Lund is
breaking all records, records that is" . Whittemore and Loew,
famed duo-pianists will appear in the University Auditorium May 5
and 6th. Enough 'applause will have them playIng everything from
-the "Warsaw Concerto" to "Slap Me Annie On the Fanny"-in six
beats .... University Library Annex open until midnight Comely
Pat Flaherty really must of loved G'ville-to change bands in mid-
octave. If she joins Perry Watson's crew then we will know for
sure that there is def. something in Gatorville for Pat-and it ain't
the watery milk shakes in the College Inn ....
HUSH YO' MOUTH SON AND KEEP MUM-We go a little buggy
ourselves reading ,those ads that various mags throw at us. And then'
there is radio advertising to contend with too. Practically everyone
has read or heard those ads for M1T and HUSH. Well we're putting
our own preparation on the market. It's called SHRDLP-"For the Wo- -
man Who Doesn't Give a Damn". This marvelous preparation contains
"Phew" a new 'and secret chemical formulae which enables you to
forge bathing as well as forge company. Listen to this unsolicited tes-
timonial from Sadie Shmeerease of Zaza,.New England. "Before using
SHRDLP, people wouldn't talk to me; now that I use SHRPLP peo-
ple not only talk to me-they tell me where to go." This preperation
comes in the convenient two gallon size for fastidious women. When
no one is looking ask your druggist for it!
COMPARE! Comparison proves. SITIDLP wi make y6u per-
spire underwater as well as underarm. SHRI LP can be used under-
water and can be used under duress. No fuss no bother, just pull,
click, look and pic. Its recommended by all the women at Zilchville'
Ohio. Get a car load today-you -probably need it.

Orlando; John R. Blanton, Miami;
I A. Max Brewer, Titusville; Wil-
O S inIfititio n liam H. Carey, St. Petersburg; R. Sigma Nu Names
H. Carlton; Tampa; Fredric C.
Davant, Gainesville: Michael G. Crabtre Prexy
The trial court room of the Emmanuel, Tarpon Springs; A. M.
Alachua County court house was Foote, Jacksonville; Warren M. Wednesday night at their week-
the scene of formal initiation cere- J ly chapter meeting the Sigma Nu
monies when 27 new members Goodrich Jacksonville; E. E. Grif- Fraternity elected new officers
were inducted into Cockrell Inn of fis, Ft. Lauderdale; J. T. Gurney, for 1947-1948.
Phi Delta Phi international legal -r., 'Orlando; Karlyle F. House- They were:
fraternity recently. holder, Sanford. Commander, Al Crabtree; Lt.
Hedrck Officiates John R. Hoehle, Coral Gables; Commander, John Stanford; "Re-
"Dave -odrici, senior law stu- T. M. Kirby, Jacksonville; Jor- corder, Paul McKenzie; Chaplain,
Dae indv maiterfnhe o1 don B Knowles, Jr., Bradenton; Howard Douglas; Marshall, Jim-
dent and magister of the local nn, William J. Lemmon, Miami; Wil- my James; Sentinel, Leslie Jinks;
presided overthe impressive can- a lia N. Long, Starke; William Alumni Contact, Marshall Criser;
dlelight ceremonies in the a- MLeoSt. Pctersburg; George 0. Historian, Jimmy Bazemore; Re-
rovince president who ws u ngle, Leesburg; John S. Rawls, porter, Sandy Bryan; Rat Master,
Mtand nna; Paul B. Rogers, Ft.. Wm. A. Williams; Social Chair-
able toattend I Laderdale; James H. Walden, man, Jim Kirby; Asst., Bob Har-
New Men Initiated ( Jacksonville; and'Ohagles C. Whit-4if- Intramural Manager, Jimmy
New members, iitiattd are: aker, Tampa. ames; Asst., Earl Smith.

Dance Will Honor

Law Graduate

Members of the John Marsahll
Bar Association will hold a
Barristers' Ball Tuesday night
at the Nightingale from 8:30 to
12 in honor of the graduating
seniors of Law School.
Dress for the event will be
Th! ball, the second this
school year, will be attended by
members and their guests and
chaperones Dean and Mrs. Trus-
ler, Prof. and Mrs. James Wil-
son and Prof. an-i Mrs. Maloney.



By Barbara Wickham
Tally Corresponident
campus is in an uproar between
the campus election this week and
the opening of the state legisla-
ture. The girls are dividing their
time between 'campaigning for
their favorite candidate and lobby-
ing for coeducation. We don't
have political parties and each
candidate stands on her own'plat-
form. Makes it much more interes-
ting. Sorry, our results won't be
out in time for this Tallykram,
but the results will be published
next week.
COEDUCATION, which is so
dear to our hearts, is another
approaching issue. With the leg-
islature in session it won't be
long before the battle is resum-
ed. We are doing a great deal of
campaigning for coeducation
for both schools but only time
will tell. if your alums win it
only for you and leave us out in
the cold. Yes, in spite of my
criticism of our male coeds, I'm
in favor of it. I think the situa-
tion ls improved so much that
it should prove to the legislature
that we can handle coeducation.
HOT WEAHER has been usher-
ed in with trips to Waculla Springs
and. sun ourns on the Landis sun
fdeck. The race is on now to see
who can appear in class, on Mon-
day morning looking the most Tike
a lobster.
Freshman- Carnival are beirrg held
this week-end. The themes of both
of these are always kept secret
and can turn out to be anything
from a jungle scene to a night in

Next 7 Days

IalnilIet for Dr. Tiffert, Union
Banquet Hall. 7:30 pl.m.
Pensacola Clujb, Fin. Union 20S,
7:30-9:30 p.m.
Blue Keyv Nominatingi Conmmittee,
Fla. Union 210, 2:30-3:30 p.m.
Carnegie Set, Fina. Union o05, 3:30-
5:30 p.111.
Los Picaros, Camp XVauberg, 4-10
.Co-op Grocery, Fla. Lo'nion 209,
7:t30-10:30 p.nm.
Poetry Hour, Fla. Union 210, 3:1t5-
3:45 p.m.
Carnegie Set. Fin. Union 305, 7-9
Lutheran Chiureh sService, Fin.
Union, Ad., 11 n.m.
I.R.C., Fla. Union 208, S-9) p.m.
Alpha Kappa Psi, Fnla Union 209,
7:30-9 p.m.
Blue Key Nominating a Committee,
FIa. Union 210, 2:30-3:.0 p.m.
Simn:a Delta Cli, Fia. Union 210,
S-9 p.m.
.R.C., FIna Union 210, S-9 p.m.
Carnegie Set, Fla. Union i305, 3:30-
5:30: p.m.
American Legion, Flt. Union 305,
S-10 p.m1.
A.V.C., Fla. Union 30S, 7:30-9 p.m.
Students' Wives Bridge Club,
West Loinlige, 7-11 p.m.
IFO, Fla. Union 20S, 7:30-1) p.n.
Plantn City Club, Fain. Union 200,
7- p.mn.
Los Pienros, ain. Union 209, 9:30-
10:30 p.m.
(arnegie Set, Fina. Union 30.'5, 3:30-
5.:30 p.m.
Cavaliers, Fla. Union 305. 7-1) p.m.
A. I. E., Fnla. Union 30S, S-9:15
Shows: "Road to Reno" two
sho-ws-And., Fla. Union, 7-11 p.ml.
Co-op Grocery Board, Committee
Boom,. 8-10 p.nm.
i)elta Signin, Fli. Union 20S, S-10
Ble. Key Nomninating Committee,
Fla. Union 210, 2i30-3i30 p.m..
Carnegie Set, Pla. Union 305, 3:30-
"5:310 p.m.
Vetrettes, Fin. Union 305, 7:30
Carnegie Set, Fla. Union 305, 7:30
Executive Connell, jv i. unloa 308,
7:30 p.mn.
.1Showy: Mooniglht in lHawii--two
shoXws-Aud,, 7-11 p.m.

ROTC Inspection

Slated April 15-16
The University of Florida Re-
serve Officer Training Corps will
play-host to a visiting inspection
team next Tuesday and Wednes-
day, April 15 and 16, it was an-
nounced this week. On Tuesday
morning a special two-hours in-
spection drill and review will be
staged, while on Wednesday mem-
bers of the cadet corps will be sub-
jected to classroom examinations
to test their nj'o.'.laede of couru-sS
studied since last September.


Letters To The Editor^ Architects Slate
--"Conference Here (Governor (aidwell

Thaf An InSult, Suh! Mellen C. Greeley and Joseph O lSeeS
Bryson, Jacksonlille architects,
Dear Mr. Freedman: will be the principal speakers
In regards to your editors npte to Mr. Capelouti's letter in the April Monday afternoon at a special
conference for students in the
4 issue of the ALLIGATOR we would like to tke issue of several University of Florida's School ofoucai
points, including Mr. Doherty's previous journalism experience. I,t is Architecture and Allied Arts, it According to an Associated with the Cabinet Board of Educ..-
within our knowledge that Mr. Doherty was editor of the school was announced today by William Press dispatch from Tallahassee tion and legislators.
newspaper of Andrew Jackson High School-one of the largest high T. Arnett, director of the school. yesterday, Gov. Caldwell reported The governor's statement canrr.,
n the tate of Florida- The conference, one of a series that there was "reasonable ac- as another in a series of develop.
.schools in the state of Florida.- held yearly under the joint spon- cord" among Florida higher edu-: ments that already have put edu
Furthemore, we would like to state that MrJ Doherty is a credit to sorship of the School of Architec- cation leaders on establishment of cation problems on the top pr.
the University of Florida in scholastic standards as well as his sincere ture and Allied Arts and Gar- a University system with coedu- ority list for the three-day-old hi.
efforts to work'for the good of the Student Body and as a reward he goyle, honorary architecture socie- cation at both the University of ennial legislature.
has been reelected for.another -term by the student body. dents with the problems of profes- for Women. ThehouseBill educationed
Furthermore, Mr. Freedman, .we'd like to verify that Mr. Doherty sional practice in architecture and He gave that appraisal of the The hoLse education committee
is a gentleman, a quality that we think is sadly lacking in the office the allied arts. sentiments expressed yesterday was hard at wVork preparing a i
of the ediitor of the ALLITGATOR. at a closed conference he held bill to put into effect nearly a't
of ,the editor of the ALLIGATOR. at of the citizens' committee mea-
Yours truly, !ures for oveilauling the pubJi.
Joe B. Southard, Jr. publications but at present, it is a waste of good paper, ink and the school system.
Joel R. Wells student's money. Gov. Caldwell said his center
Joseph W Brown Any person with the necessary knowledge and the initiative to work nce with the college leaders "wa-
Marvin B. Woods a little could put out a better magazine. ust a, gteral discussion. Nothing
Yours for better campus definite came of it."
Albert E. Bass Yours for better campus publications. "There was reasonable accord
John J. McMillan Raul L. Reyes on the University system with
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Fust of all, that last remark's an insult, suh! (EDITOR'S NOTE: Reader Reyes, a "thoughtful student of Jour- chancellor under the Board c,
However, to the six members of Theta Chi fraternity who authorized nalism," echoes the view of most persons who have worked profession- both institutions as it beca,
the above letter, let us point out that our contention was that Mr. ally, that the quality of the Orange Peel is at its lowest ebb). practicable.
Doherty had, o previous-campus publications experience when elect- A"Thereopinion on there phases oiffeen
ed. Also Mr. Doherty was fortunate enough to be a candidate of the Urges Apology To eel Editor program" proposed by the Cif
party having the biggest bloc vctte,-and even then Mr. Doherty's vote zens Education Committee fo
of 1557 first choice ballots was not as great as the 1764 votes cast-for Dear Morty: ; general revision of the higher e,
other Orange Peel c r.inulit. I believe a lot of confusion which should be cleared up has been ucation system.
caused by the editor's note n the last issue of the "FLORIDA ALLI- "All in all-, the meeting \
-ATOR." The note which Irefer to is the one in which you personal- constructive and represented c'
i E ily attack the"editor of the ORANQE PEEL with a slanderous, verbal provemens in to ae system."
W rites Us Letter-G- ets inyte "blasting"' -- Bills already before the legisia.
By stating that the.PEEL editor has ha,d no previous campus pub- ture would maTte the Universitr
h. Freedman:d a locations experience you have told fiothing but an untruth. If you'll of Florida and the Florida Stat'
I have just read your answ to rear apeoui's cricism of the chdk on.your information a little more thoroughly, I'm sure you will tional, put a chane o in carguc
ORANGE PEEL. You are to -be complimented on your fine under- tional, put a chancellor in charge
standing of. the situation and yor-discerning insight into the traits of find that the PEEL editor was, at one time, political, affairs editor of all the colleges and establish ,:
our ORANGE PEEL editor. It is encouraging to read the work of the paper which you now edit. Other publication experieAce, though $4,O00,000-a-year state medic'ai-
our ORANGE PEEL editor. It is encouraging to read the work of dental cle.
sue they're not connected with the campus, are as follows: dental college.
one who has.. the facts well hand When you said that our present Reporter, editor, THE ECHO, Kirby-Smith Junior High School, The bill proposing banding ,,-
editor of the ORANGEPEELhas had no previous experience on' cam- eporter,-orall state colleges into the unive
pus publications, you certainly-hit the nail on the head, as you so well Jacksonville; reporter, news editoreditor and finally editor sity system was introduced bi
know the old iche (*) t is, of course,' on the records that in chief, the TIGER CLAW, school paper, Andrew Jackson High Reps. Floyd of Franklin, Taplie
our re-elected editor of the s RANEPEEL was political editor of thet School, Jacksonville. Upon entering the army, he was ordered to duty of Gulf, Clark of Calhoun, Melvi
our re-elected editor of the- ORANGE PEEL was political editor of the c G v A Ai D i h of Santa Rosa Murray of Poli:
ALLIGATOR in 1946, and a-recent member of the Seminole staff,t the Greenville Army Air BaseGreenville, iss. During his stay and Cobb of Orange,. It was re
but being experienced in such-matters. you know how easy it is he, he was on the editorial staff of the GREENILLE POST. red to education "A" committee
for the records to be altered in some manner. Again I say, compliments After serving one term as editor of the ORANGE P;EEL, it was The measure provides that mer,
for the records to be alteredin some manner. Again I say, complim evident that the voters on the campus thought he served efficiently and women could go to the san
on your subile and carefully.discriminating censure of so deserving school beginning July 1, 1947. Pro.
a man. Perhaps when he is as experienced in. publicizing himself as enough to warrant another term. visions of the bill call for the Urtm.
you are he will be able -to produce something that ALL the actively Think it over, .lorty, and I'm sure you'll see your way clear, to offer versity of Florida being change,
interested students will vote for. Let us at least hope that he will, the PEEL editor an apology in your paper, the same means you used to the University of Florida
profit a little from your thoughtfully constructive comments. to make your slanderous remarks. College for Women to the tL'i.
Inestimably yours, Sincerely yours, versity of Florida at Tallahassee
Joe Doney, Jr. It specified that coeducati.ur
SGordon :.. Day. (EDITOR'S NOTE: An apology hds not yet been received by us for should be extended to any oti-,'
P. S. Naturally I do not expect yoi to .publish this when you learn, tax-supported institutions h*th*
after looking up my affiliations (*, the TRUE depth of my sincerity, the slanderous verbal blasting," of the ALLIGATOR which appeared may be established, but gave th
*A trite h e hackneyedr r--son in the last Orange Peel, a publicationwhich is, according to its char- Board of Control authority to li',-
*A trite pharse; hackneyed expression ter, supposed to be "of a literary nature.") it the number of men at FSCW\/'
**'Connections or; associations '.'ith, i. e., not isolated, not detached, and women at Gainesville unl
not segregated. (Not only proud, but active). more accommodations are avail,
(EDITOR'S NOTE: .To. Reader. Day, a loyal fraternity brother of Suggests New Voting M methods he chancellor would be abmir,
Mr. Doherty, let -us first say that -such a master, of sarcasm should Dear Morty: istrative Ihead of the universe ;
try his talents on student publications. Now let's go into the facts on As an interested observer of the election held last week, I would system, as recommended by t,
theOrange.Peel and itetr-.h re (1) Mr. Doherty wrote four like you to print in the Alligator the following three suggestions for Education. The billwas not sp.
political columns for the ALLIGATOR, was relieved for being biased future elections. scored by the committee.
in his columns, did not receive credit for work qn the ALLIGATOR; Mv first. sugestinn is tha,, the executive Cuncil attem.nt to secure i

(2) Mr. Doherty, ac,-ui fling-to S.n_-.-l,- staff members did not work
on that publication prior to becoming Peel editor. (3) We do not believe
the Peel is a representative publication when nine of the 21 editorial
staff members including the Editor, or 42.8 percent of the staff, are
members of one fraternity). :"

Gives Journalistic Viewpoint
Dear Morty,. ""
The "Editor's Note" in Jast issue of-the ALLIGATOR was very good.
I'm sure-it answered -Reuton Ca.pelouti's letter.
Your observations of- thW'ORANGES PEEL's editor are in accordance
with those held b:y, many *"thoughtful students of journalism." We feel
the 'ORANGE PEEL is capable f being one of the University's finest

electric voting machines. They should be available as there are usual-
ly no city, county or state elections going on at the same time as the
campus contests. This would eliminate much wasted time and also the
possibility of error.
My second* idea is that no campaign literature be allowed to be
distributed within fifty yards of the polls. By the time that ,the voter
gets near the polls, his mind is made up and there is no reason why
he should be rushed at the last minute with dozens of pamphlets.
My third suggestion is that more than one table be opened for
freshman and sophomore voting. Since these groups are so large it
would certainly speed up the process with two lines running at once
for each group.
Yours for better elections. .
Raymond Jacobson


Phi Gamma Delta

Initiates Eleven
On March 1, 11 men were iniu'
ed into Phi Gamma Delta frate:-
nity The initiates were: John v'.
Andrews, Cedar Key; D o u
Broome, Chattahoochee; Tom.
Brown, Tampa;' James C. Fieldtn?,
Coral Gables; Raymond C. Flemr
ing, Tampa; Sam Hyman, Clea,:.
water; Bill Lockhart, Haines City'
Douglas Moore, St. Petersburg;.
John E. Moore, Coral Gables, Mi-
ami. Immediately following tn
initiation a party was held at ti-e
Phi Gam house honoring the nec;.'

Roy Thames Found Alive-and. Well
After weeks of searching-lnader
bushes and beds in Aladhua'70ounu=
ty The Missing Link, othefrige
known as Roy Tharmes, ':.s I,X'i at-
ed today, a spokesman-rfo-'o the
searching party related. Roy
Thames was found alive and well
plying his trade as 'meat surgeon
extraordinaire' behind the meat
counter in his brother's large-food
store, Paul's Food IVart at 130
N. Ninth Street. -
Roy expressed great happiness
at being found after his long ab-
sence and said that he hopes all
his old friends come in to see him
now that they Know where he is. .
Paul, brother of The -Missing
Link, was nearly overcome with
joy at. the return of Roy and in
his eiLhbu.iiasm to have. everyone

share. in his happiness is offering Get your entries in Today. You
the following articles from his may wint that tender juicy -12 lb.
store at the ridiculously low fig- Ham.
-ares as indicated below. He off- DELIVERY SERVICE' OFFER-
ers these bargains at prices way ED BY PAUIJL IN CELEBRA-
below cost for just Thursday, Fri- 'TION 'OF BROTHER'S RE-
day and Saturday only so all those TURN.
who are interested in taking ad- Paul Thames, owner-manager of
vantage of this spree of generosity Paul's Food Mart, 130 N. Ninth,
had better hurry on over and get and most progressive grocer in
some. Gainesville announced today that
-FANCY CARROTS (,Buncn) 7c he is instituting .ONE HOUR DE-
FANCY LEMONS 2 Doz. 29e LIVERY SERVICE on all grocer-
OLE (Colored Solid) lb. 54c ies and meat ordered in hi&qFood
HILL & HILL COFFEE lb. 45c Mart.
MILK, Large Cans 3 for 36c This revolutionary innovation by
-ROLLED ROAST Ib. 43c Paul was worked out in conjunc-
(Fresh Made) tion with thle speedy Gordon K.
SLAMB PATTIES Ea. 5c Hemby Parcel Delivery Service.
PRIME RIB ROLLED Plans were completed Tuesday for
ROAS'T lb. 49c this additional service for your
LONG ISLAND DU-CKS lb. 49c convenience and accommodation.
Don't forget Paul's big Slogan To have your grocery and meat
Contest closes at Noon tomorrow, order delivered to your house

within -ONE HOUR simply drop
in Paul's Food Mart and leave
your, order with him or call your
order in to him at 1303.
This service makes Paul's the
unqualified very best market in
town to do your shopping. Com-
bined with all the other many
extra, services that are yours when
you trade with Paul, such as pre-
pared shopping lists, menu sug-
gestions, and the courteous and
friendly service you are always
sure to receive this newest service
just tops them all. -
And, the Test part about this
SERVICE is that it does not cost
you one cent more to use it for
your own convenience. It is free.
The same low, money-saving prices
will continue to prevail so, call in
or come buy Paul'. I

Long established nationally knu'
ethical pharmaceutical manufacru-
er has limited number of openimr,g
for men interested in contacting pr,y"
sicians to promote and interpret mcs"
recent developments of medical cod
pharmaceutical research.
Permanency, security and excelien--
opportunities for advancement r
successful men in this organization
Salary and expense.
Minimum of 3 years' college wur'-.
[with major in biological sciences s-: .
as zoology, comparative anatomr/
physiology, bacteriology, u r g a n .
chemistry, etc.- Age 21-30.
Replies held strictly confidential. Gi -
full information regarding bc.i -.,


Racketeers Win

Over Southern

By Sanford Schnier
Florida's steadily improving
tennis team scored a second vic-
tory in a return match with
Southern College last Saturday by
posting a 6-1 win over the hapless
In the first encounter three
weeks ago, the Gators beat the
Southern net-men, 7-2 in Lake-
Results Announced
Southern's Bryan M e h a r g
bounced Captain Bobby Riggins of
Florida, 6-3, 7-5, while Jack Bor-
ing took a gruelling, 3-hour bat-
tle from NMarshail Feld, 10-8, 7-9,
6-2 in the day's thriller.
Other results:
Reece Cooper (F) defeated Ed-
gar Tolles (S), 6-3, 6-2. Jack Har-
ris (F) jarred Clem Hopp (S) 4-6,
6-3, 6-3, 6-2. Harry Terrell (F)
scored over Mike Kelley (S) 6-1,
6-1. Dick Jones (F) outplayed
Calvin Collins (S) 6-4, 8-6, and
Riggins and Harris (F) copped
from Meharg and Hopp (S) 8-6,
Tally Branch Beaten
Rollins College resume inter-
collegiate tennis last week by
beating the Tallahassee branch of
the University of Florida, 9-0 at
Winter Park.
The Tars swept the nine match-
es without the loss of a set, and
with the loss of only 12 games.

Cindermen Face
Georgia Saturday
The University of Florida's
track team will face a strong Uni-
versity of Georgia Bulldog aggre-
gation tomorrow afternoon at
Athens, Ga.
In this Southeastern Confeience
meet, the Gators will pit George
Hills, Hank Gardner, Gene Wil-
liairs, Jim Wilcox, Tom Bevis,
and a host of silver-spiked veter-
ans who will be out to clip the
wings off the crackers.
Coach Percy Bear said, "the
boys are getting better as the
season progresses. There's noth-
ing like pressure to bring out the
best in a team."
He indicated that the Gators
would be ready for the Southeast-
ern Conference Tourney to be
held in Birmingham, Ala., next

Fraternity Mural
Standings Listed
Official Intramural Fratprnity
League stan d in g s, including
swimming, are as follows:
1, PDT, 1291; 2, sAE, 1042;
3, KA, 1019; 4, PLP, 999; 5,
ATO, 982; 6, SPE, 912; 7, SX,
909; 8, PKA, 895; 9, DTD, 883;
10, PKT, 856; 11, SN, 855; 12,
TEP, 847; 13, KS, 810; 14, TX,
800; 15, PKP, 789; 16, PGD,
789; 17, BTP, 688; 18, DX, 671;
19, DS, 633; 20, AGR, 627; 21,
CP, 607; 22, LXA, 605.

DA ALIGATOR Tech All Entries For
U~I) ntramural Golf T
Official Dormitory ,Due By April 15 Ice
M uralResultsracAll Independent, Dormitory and
iOfficial Intraamural Dormiitory Fraternity entries in golf must be
L e a g u e Standings including Georgia Tech's engineers of the in by April 15, it was announced
swimming are as follows: cinder path downed the Orange- today by the intramural depart-
1. Sledd C&G, 660; 2. Buck- men of Percy Beard to the tune ment and Ed Graeme, golf mana- Soli
man B&C, 627; 3. Temp Dormn of 68 2-3-57 1-3 last Saturday in ger. Mo
A, 544; 4. Thomas C&D, 410; 5. a Graham field outing seen by All elimination will be nine Mai
Murphree E&F, 375; 6. Temp hundreds of sweltering track fans. holes match nlav. Semi-finals will Ban
Dorm E, 309; 7. Flavet II, 280; Florida captured six first posi- be 18 holes match play. Each or-
8. Thomas A&B, 280; 9. Buck: tions ,to Georgia's eight top places. ganization will be represented by
S man D&E, 257; 10. Temp Dorm Hills Is High Scorer two men who will play two sin-
F, 242; 11. Murphree L&M, 200; George Hills of the Gators was gles and one doubles match. The
12. Murphree O&D, 177; 13. high point man of the meet-tak- doubles match play shall be decid-
Sledd A&B, 170; 14. Temp D, ing the shot put and discus cate- ed by best ball using the Nasseau
142; 15. Fletcher D, E&F, 14,9; gories. Jim Wilcox won the broad systeri of play.
16. Murphree G&K, 122; 17. jump. Lanky Hank Gardner Teams must tee off within ten
Sledd J&H, 118; 18. Thomas E knocked off a 6 foot, 4 and 1-8 inch minutes after scheduled time to
&F, 92; 19. Fletcher M&N, 92; high jump for first spot -over prevent forfeit. Each player must
20. Flecher K&L, 85; 21. Temp Georgia jumpers while his team- furnish his own equipment and
Dorm B, 85; 22. Murphree A& mates Tom Bevis and Jack Willis pay his own fee.
B, 83; 23. Temp Dorm G, 80; 24. both came in before Durst of Geor- This is the first time the golf
Temp Dorm 0', 67; 25. Fletcher gia in ,the two-mile affair. Gene has been running high. This event
IO&P, 45; 26. Temp Dorm C, 35. Williams pole-vaulted 12 feet for counts seventy points in the intra-
another first place for the Orange mural race.
and Blue boys.
Tennis Sq uad evThe times and winners of each
event follow: .
Tackle Rol nB ,Event Winners Announced V
Tackles Rollins- shot put, Hills (F), 48 feet, 1-4 SALE
inch; mile, Corridan (GT), 4:36.4;
At W inter Park 440-yard run, Cady (GT), 0:51.1; All Barnes Sports Library Boocs
100-yard dash, Fowles, (GT),
Orange and Blue racketeers 0:9.9; 120 high hurdle, Coons (GT), Reduced From 51.25 to 89c
meet the Rollins College Tars at 0:15.4; high jump, Gardner (F),
Winter Park this afternoon in 6 feet, 4 1-8 inches; 880, Renshaw
what looms as a tough scramble (GT), 2.2; discus, Hills (F), 136cket Strung Tight
for state collegiate tennis honors, feet, 7 inches; 220, Fowlkes (GT), Have Your Racket Strung Tight
Rollins has a victory-conscious 0:22.2; two-mile, Bevis (F), At
squad this year, and will aim to 10:28.8; 220 low hurdles, Fowlkes
batter down Coach Hermann (GT), 0:25.1; javelin, Nolan (GT), RAY BRANNAN'S
Schnell's charges. Florida will be 198 feet, 8 inches; pole vault, Wil- WE
out for its third win in four starts. liams (F), 12 feet; broad jump, 1874 W. University Ave.
Play Hurricanes There Wilcox (F), 22 feet, 9 1-2 inches. -
The Gators will journey to Cor-
al Gables tomorrow to cross rac-
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Hurricanes-the team that wallop- PLEASE RETURN
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To The Students of the

University of Florida

On behalf of the Gator Party, I should
like to take this means to express our
thanks to all who worked and supported
our candidates and party.

The continued success of the Gator
Party is dependent upon the work of its
elected members for better student
government and a greater University of
Florida. We pledge ourselves to this.


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Softall Begins Monday
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Mural Standings
Official Intramural Independent
League standings including swih-
mir.g, are as follows:
Baptist Union 929; All Stars 880;
Hell Cats 863; Crane Hall 823;
C.L.O. 773; Seagle Hall 739; Pres-
byterian 698; Hillel 583; Inter-
American 573; Pensacola Club
428; The Club 323; Dirty Shirts
213; Wesley Foundation 151; Kill-
ers 90; Crescents 90; Mortar &
Pestle 90.


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PDT, Sledd C(-6, And

Hel l-CalsW inSwimMeet
By Julian Clarkson
Phi Delta Theta, Sledd C & G, and the Hell-Cats
grabbed top honors in the Fraternity, Dormitory and Inde-
pendent Leagues, respectively, during the Intramural
swimming meet held last. week.
The Phi Delts racked up firsts in the 220 free style,
200 free style relay, and diving, and gathered enough sec-
onds and thirds to oustrip Sigma
Chi, runner-up in spite of three
firsts. The champs totaled 23
points in all, six more than Sigma
ES Chi, while SAE finished in third
L ^ place with ten points.



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Pepper Leads Assault
Bill Pepper led the Phi Delts'
title-winning assault with a vic-
tory in the 220 free style and a
second place in the 100 free style
besides swimming on the victor-
ious 200 free style relay team.
Rideout of Pi Kappa Phi scor-
ed a first in the 50 free style,
a second in diving, and a fourth
in the 50 breast stroke to cop in-
dividual high point honors.
Jones Paces C & G
Paced by Jones, who tallied ten
points with triumphs in the 50
and' 100 free styles, Sledd C &
G finished out in front of the
other Dormitory loop teams by a
comfortable margin, scoring 23
points in all. Temp. Dorm A and
Buckham B & C staged a hot bat-
tle for second place with Dorm
A finally gaining the runner-up
spot by virtue of 17 points, one
more than the third place team.
Hell-Cats Down Crane
In Independent league competi-
,tion the Hell-Cats outscored Crane
Hall, 30 points to 24, while Pres-
byterian finished a strong third,
tallying 17 points. Beem. of the
victors was high point man with
firsts in the 100 and 220 free
Individual winners of each ev-
150 medley relay-Sigma Chi
(Fraternity); Sledd C & G (Dorm-
itory); Crane Hall (Independent).
220 free style-Pepper (PDT);
Cochran (Buckman B & C);
Beem (Hell-Cats).
50 back stroke-Johnson (SX);
McNames (unattached Do r m
League); Prother (Crane Hall).
5 free style-Ridecut (PKP);
Jones (Sledd C & G); Ford (Hell-
Diving-Bracken (PDT); Griff-
in (Temp Dorm A); Martin (Pres-
100 free style-Brown (PGD);

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j. For Drill Field;

Rules Announced

S "By Bill Boyd
Over sixty softball teams
will take. the field in the in-
tramural softball tournament
that will get under way on
the drill field starting Mon-
day afternoon, it was an-
nounced by Rudolph Mikell, soft-
J ball manager.
V o Sixteen independent, eleven dor-
mitory and twenty-two fraterni-
ties have signed up to battle it
out for the title.
Last year's c h a m p io n s in the
fraternity league, the ATO's are
expected to come up with a strong
y e team, although they suffer. the
loss by graduation of their hurler,
Pete Hartsaw who pitched and
batted them cto a championship.
The Delta Tau Delta last years
N runner-up will field an exception-
TO 1ere ally strong team with the addition
of some new boys especially their
James C. Downs, Jr., regarded newly acquired fireball hurle i
as one of the nation's foremost Tommy Taylor. The Delts dropped
real estate economists, will ad- the championship game last year
dress a meeting at the University to ATO 1-0 in a real thriller.
of Florida Monday evening, Dr. League A Toss-Up
James E. Chace, head of the Uni- The rest of the fraternity league
varsity Department of Real Es- stands now as a toss-up with al-
tate, announced today. most any team capable of taking
Downs, president of the Real the title.
Estate Research Corporation, and Of course the-. strength of the
editor-in-chief -)f the Journal of Independent and Dormitory teams
Property Management, will dis- is not as yet determined as they
cuss the ,future for persons whose did not enter their own league last
activities are centered in the econ- year. The Independent matches
omics of land and shelter. In ad- should be really hot with most of
edition to his public address, he will the organizations entering team
speak before real estate students and a couple of other teams have
at regular class sessions. been entered.
Downs' predictions in the econ- Roles Listed .
omy of real estate over the past Here are some of the rules that
ten years have proved an accurate are called to the attention of the
guage to realty trends, according team managers.
to Dr. Chace. His analyses of re-
search in real esLate matters have 1. A regulation game shall con-
attracted audiences of realtors, sist of five innings except the
ffnncial association. members, and semi-finals and finals which will
building industrialists throughout be seven.
the country. 2. No spiked or cleated shoes
As early as 1937, Downs was will be allowed.
advising audiences to anticipate 3. A team shall consist of ten
inflation by trading dollars for men to allow more men to take
real estate. part in a game.
Othe- proved predictions cred- 4. The diamond shall be sixty
ited to Downs include: the 1938 re- feet from each base, and 43 feet
cession and its early termination; from home plate to pitchers rub-
advice to prepare for a war econ- ber.
omy; forecast of drop in interest 5. All umpires decisions are
rates when most economists were final in the case of his judgement.
predicting the reverse; and advice Protests must be made on the field
at the time of the contested play
~unless it is the eligibility of a
Jones (Sledd C" % G); Beem (Hell- player which must be made soon
Cats). after the game. No protest shall
50 breast stroke-Hegler (SX); be considered unless it is a matter
Spayde (Temp Dorm A); Muller concerning the technicality of
(Crane Hall). rules.
200 free style relay-Phi Delts
(Fraternity); Buckman B & C in September, 1939, that rent con-
(Domitory); Hell-cats (Indepen- trol would come when the U.
dent). went to war.

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Club Formed
A Real Estate Club was organ-
ized at a meeting held Thursday
evening, April 10. The club is
open to all students taking sub-
jects on real estate.
* Main objectives of the organiza-
tion are to provide opportunities
for students to gain experience in
real estate practices and to in-
culcate the high professional
Standards of real estate brokerage.
- A banquet honoring James C.
Downs, a nationally prominent
real estate manager from Chicago,
will be given at the Arlington Ho-
tel Tuesday evening, April 15. The
club has extended invitations to
members of the faculty and to lo-
cal realtors.
Faculty advisors are Dr. James
E. Chase and Dr. Karl E. Ashburn.
The charter members are as fol-
lows: Richard Barry, Sid Wood,
Larry Condiet, R. B. Seidner, Rob-
ert Satterfield, Charles Clayton,
R. D. Gatlin, Leo Elliot, J. E.
Workman, P. Heasley, Charles
Galloway, Robert Small, M. W.
Aronovitz, Norman Freedman,
George Kennelly, M. Soforenke,
Jack Harris, Wilbur Margol, David
Parrish, Alton Chastain, R. M.
Browning, L. W. Huey, James Dee,
R. 0. Buenzli, W. M. Clayton, Rob-
ert Buck, R. Toland, De Witt Crio-
marti, Mrs. West.'

Cavaliers Will
Elect Their New
Officers April 29
By "Gopher" Martin
The Cavaliers decided at a reg-
ular meeting Tuesday night that
election of officers would be held
April 29 and they will be announc-
ed to the public at 'the Cavalier
Spring Frolics dance.
Urges Attendance
All members are urged by Pres-
ident Hoffman to attend the meet-
ings scheduled for every Tuesday
of this month. A Board of Gover-
nors meeting is scheduled for the
night of April 15 following the
regular meeting. All members of
the board are especially urged to
be present at this time.
Perry Watson Signed
Perry Watson and his band will
furnish the music for the organi-
zation's Spring Frolics dance. This
dance is to be held at the Ameri-
can Legion Home prior to the
main IFC Saturday dance.
The plans for the all-student
"free" dance are progressing ac-
cording to Hoffilan.

Phi Gamma Delta
Has Annual Feast
Active and alumni members of
Phi Gainma Delta social frater-
nity will assemble in Gainesville
this weekend for the Morris Pig
Dinner feast, *one of the frater-
nity's oldest traditions.
Men from all parts of Florida
and other states will be guests
of the Fijis' Upsilon Phi chapter.
The feast itself has been sched-
uled for Saturday evening, 7
o'clock at the Thomas Hotel.
Recent initiates into the chap-
ter are Jchnny Andrews, Cedar
Key; Douglas Broome, Chattah'oo-
chee; Tom Brown, Tampa; Jim
Fielden, Coral -Gables; Sam Hy-
man, Clearwater; Bill Lockhart,
Haines City; Doug Moore, St.
Petersburg; Jack Moore, Coral
Gaf:les; Paul Shupe, Lake Ham-
ilton; Ted Vetter. Miami: and Ray
Fleming, Tampa.

Col. Piper Wil!
Speak Monday
Col. Ellis G. Piper will speak
on "Personnel and Mobilization
Problems" at the Reserve Offi-
cers' Association meeting in
room 203 of Benton Hall Mon-
day, 7:30 p.m.
All reserve officers are in-

Trash Cleaned, Courtesy Of APO

Stork Crosses-up
Flavet 3 Parents
Georgia and Bill Evans of
Flavet III, parents of a daugh-
ter, Barbara, were certain that
the expected addition to their
family would be a boy. So sure
were they, that they had his
name picked.
Recently Georgia went to the
hospital for the happy event-
the result-twin iris, Caroline
Alioe, 4 lbs. 15 oz. and Victoria
Jean, 4 lbs. 2 oz.

Sigma Chi Holds
I rgi f i ilion

Wild West Parade

Through Gainesville

To Precede Rodeo

By Dee Van Wagenen
For the, fourteenth time
the campus will go "Wild
West," when the Block and
Bridle Club presents its an-
nual rodeo in the -stadium
next Monday night at 7:00.
The rodeo, second only to home-
coming football games in drawing
crowds, has been suspended since
1943, but this year promises to be
the biggest and best since its in-
auguration by the animal hus-
bandry group.
Features Announced

-.--'.-- .""--. -- Thirty-two men were initiated
into Sigma Chi fraternity in an Features of the, evening's enter-
Campaign literature on the ground by the polls is an indication of into Sigma Chi ast Sunday tainment, which will Features of the evening's free of
the intensity of the recent elections. Students, waiting in line, were nThose n htiated were GSu lenn An charge include three heats of
besieged with leaflets but apparently they'd already made up their Tse ini Chaweres H Ashe steer riding, two heats of barrel
Minds which way to vote. The clean campus this week is a result of person, Tampa; Charles H. Asche, steer riding, two heats of calf rrrel
Alphal Phi Omega's clean-up drive. Miami; William Armstrong, Jr., racing, two heats of calf roping,
_____ Fort Lauderdale; John M. Black, wild cow milking, shirt-tail races,
Si Orlando; Ray H. Blizard, Miami; a greased pig contest, trick rid-
il Proposed To Oak Ridge M en Mv. Gerald Boyce, Jr., Mandarin; ing, horse jumping, and trick rop-
ll* P Edward W. Christensen, Fort Lau- ing.
kiLTaly Co-Ed W all Speak Here derdale; Daniel F. Carreira, Tam- Rodeo preliminaries will get un-
M ake Tally Co-Ed j pa; Richard C. Dav:s, Miami; Bur- der way at 1 p.m. Monday, with -a
According to an Associated On Atomic Energy ton T. Datson, Orlando; Frederick Wild West parade through down-
Press dispatch filed yesterday T. DeHon, St. Petersburg; John town Gainesville out to the cam-
afternoon, a second bill to make Three Oak Ridge men who had M. Farrell, West Palm Beach; pus. Members of the Block -and
the -University and omen'sW important parts in the research William B. Ferguson, St. Peters- Bridle Club and Alachua County
College coeducational, appar- and development of the atom burg; Robert N. Gest, Orlando; Riding Club, and covered wagldns,
ently omitting the "University bomb will discuss the place of James 0. Goodloe, Jacksonville; pra e schooners, and other items
System" features of the first, atomic energy in the lives of Flor- Randall Yale Gunn, Gainesville; of ?he old West will be on hand
was introduced yesterday by ida citizens Tuesday at 2:30 and John E. Hanskat, St. Petersburg; to give the proper atmosphere.
Rep. Stokes of Bay. again at 8 p.m. in the Gainesvillei James L. Jarvis, Jr., St. Peters- Livestock Show Tomorrow
Whereas House Bill No. 1 by High School Auditorium. burg; Boyd W. Johnson, Gaines- The Fourteenth Annual -Little
Rep. Floyd of Franklin and oth- The three scientists are Steph- ville; Charles F. Kuhn, Jr., Orlan- International'Livestock Show will
ers would give both colleges the en M. MacNeille, physicist; Alan do.; Donald D. Lowery, Tampa; begin tomorrow morning at 8:30
title of "University of Florida," Garen, research chemist, Clinton Earl W. McKisson, Clearwater; at the dairy barn. Animal hus-
Stokes' measure would confine La.oratories; and Norton Gerber, Donald C. Nichols, St. Petersburg; bandry majors have been prepar-
the name of the Gainesjiile in- chemical engineer Carbide and Billy M. Peed, Fort Lauderdale; ing their animals for several
stitution and designate the pres- Carbon Chemicals Corporation. Kenneth R. Pollock, Fort Myers;. months, and are prepared to show
ent women's school as "Florida Dr. Dauer To Talk David V. Robison, Melbourne; cattle enthusiasts of the state the
State College." Also appearing on the program, George E. Schaiberger, Fort Lau- possibilities of the best animals of
sponsored by the G(ainesville Jun- derdale; James F. Schaeffner, the beef and dairy breeds. Tr- -
A pha K pp P ior Chamber of Commerce, ill Gainesville; James A.Stnson, St. public is invite- to a.end.
p a P S5 be the University of Florida's Dr. Petersburg; Everett F. Swaz-tsel, According to Wcxren Tzotgter,
SManning Dauer, p'-ofessor of po- New Port Richey; Walter C. Van Largo, president of Block and
Vist Jax Plants litical science and history, and Wagenen, Green Cove Springs; Bridle, a crowd of about 20,000 is
Selden F. Waldo, president of the Robert K. Willis, St. Petersburg.sB cdl acrodof onae
Members of Alpha Kappa Psi. ,U. S. Junior Chamber f Co- Among those presentat th expected at the rodeo Monday eve-
professional business fraternity, merce- itatmong was Mr. Jamesent at te in- g.
visited several business firms in Purpose of the discussions is to Atlanta, Ga., head of the frater-
Jacksonville this week, being con'- acquaint the public with recent nity's Southeastern district. eOffers
ducted through the Jax Brewer-y developments in the world of sci- M urphreedfr
and one of the larger city baker- ence, particularly in the field of es
le& atomic energy, and to emphasize AIEE Has Guest Own Com position
It was also announced this week the need for wide understanding "
that Fred C. Sivia, field director of critical problems involved. Speaker Tues d A program of varied interest
of the Florida Industrial Commis- ea nr UI S 3 y A program of varied interest
sion, will speak on "Social Secur- The Amercan Institute of Elec- wir be offered by Claude Mur-
ity and Unemployment" at the Crews WT ls trical Engineers will meet Tues- phree, University organist, at the
next Monday night. Pledging of Continued from Page ONE day, April 15,.at 8 p.m. in Florida auditorium this Sunday (April 12)
25 new men, voted upon at the 'Union. at 4 p.m. Featured will be his
last meeting, will also take place. student body had voted for him! Di. Graves-Walke.-, formerly own composition' "Choral Prelude
and said. "I wish to thank all my head of the Ceramics Engineering on AnAmerican Folk Hymn," also
SW f friends who helped me throughout Department and assistant director by request, the Prelude and Fugue.
ReserveG group the campaign and who-voted for of the Industrial and Engineering in G Minor of Marcel Dupre, with
SD me last Thursday." ExDeriment-Station at North Car-iwhom Murphree studied in 'aris
M meeting Delaved Top Five Listed olina State College, will be guest and Chicago.
Col Winston T Ehrmann The line-up on the "Top Five" speaker. Other numbers 'ste7 are:
Colmmahin stonffir ith rmann in the campus political scene is as While Dr. Graves-Walker has Allegro in C Minor, Guilmant:
ganized Reseive Composite Group; follows: not announced the topic of hi s Romanza, Purvis; Christmas in
and Major Arthur L. Campbell, President, Crews; vice president, talk, it will be of general interest Sicily, Yon; Symphonie-Passion,
Commanding Officer of the 747th Bob Brooks; secretary-treasurer, to all engineering and pre-engin- Dupre; The Squirrel, Weaver; Syl-
Amphitian Tank Battalion, today Ken Jones: chancellor of Honor eerming students. The attendance of van Idyll, Nevin; Serenade, Schu-
announced that l-tters had been Court, Dick Broome, and clerk of all who are interested is invited, bert. Roulade Brook, Gillette.
sent to all members of the above Honor Court, Dick Wyke. All students are invited to at-
two. units telling of the change in Wyke was the winner in the fi- Kin UItend.
date set for the next meeting of nal preferential tally with a count
the two units. of 1,t57 to 1,271 for J. O. Mac- Continued trom Page ONE
Due to the fact that the regu- Deth. arch of Obnoxiousness receives a s Beta IKappa
larly scheduled meeting on April Murrell Is Winner 14 inch long cup from the Duval I Continued From Page ONE
17th conflicts with the Spring Other preferential final results Jewelry Company, an 8x10 por-.
holidays of the University, the are: trait made by E. H. Bone Studios, cola and Johnny Walker, Political
meeting will be hlld on April 24th Business manager, Seminole, a dinner at the College Inn for Science, Ocala.
instead. The meeting place will Sam Murrell, 1,609; Albert "Buck" himself and his date, a set of cuff Low Average 3.62
be in the sine place: Room 203, Lewis, 1,344. Editor, Orange links from the Florida Gift Shop, In announcing the names of the
Benton Hall at the University. Peel, Jack Doherty, 1,724; Paul a pass for one month to the Flor- students selected, Dr. Ernest At-
Both Col. Hhrmann and Major McLernan, 1,148. ida Theater and six cartons of cig- kinr professor of French and pres-
Campbell expressed a desire that A recount for business manager rettes -Chesterfields and Ph'lip ident of the local chapter, stated
all Reserve Officers be present of the Orange Peel shows Bill Morris presented by Fat O'Neall that the lowest average of the 12
for this meeting. Moor with 1,669 and Al Ciraldo and Al Sheehan. students was a 3.62. "This is one
Sth 1,593. Recount on "F" Book Prince Dempsey wa3 given ai of the most unusual groups in
editor gives Alvin Burt 1.667 and C lin11' l'thingsuit b Baird'many years," he said.
nd Tr ElginH White, 1,612. Hardware, a Manchester spop o r t The Phi Beta Kappa honors and
Continued from Page ONE shirt from the L and L Men's key are awarded to the top 15
Z. C. Grant. H. Hamic, WV. B. Han- Shop, an electric fan contributed percent of the graduating class -in
cock, W. Harrison, K. Harris, G. r. ra nce contributed by the College Inn and Arts and Sciences, Dr. Atkin
D. Johnson, L. L. Johnson. G. the Ansbacher Brothers and four pointed out This year, with over
Jones, L. Jones, L. Kaler, A. Kret- Continued from Page ONE cartons of Chesterfields and Phil- 60 completng their studies many
schmer, E. Lane, R. Louis. R. Me- Japan as an entmr), not an. ally. ip Morris cigarettes. Duke Ugly of the students had averages
Corkle, M. McNeil, F. Mitchell. A contributor to such magazines was presented a hand-woven tie above 3.49.
A. Mendoza. R. E. Morris, M. as' American Mercury, North by the Florida Gift Shop and a Tied
Myers, H. Nash, L. S. Lyle. R. H. American Review, Re&.er's Digest, wallet and key case set from Belk- Two Schools Tied
Newman, W. Pearson, A. H. Rig- and Ladies Home Journal, Dr. Lindsey. Two high schools. Miami High
by, C. M. Sh'nn, G. K. Sizemore, Brigance has authored 11 books Queen Crowns and P. K. Yonge School-tied in
K. Soderberg, C. Stevens, R. Sulli- and 35 published articles. His Queen Nancy Barber, the sweet- the number of students chosen,
van, J. H. Sutherland, J. Swearin- textbooks are used in more than heart of Frolics. was brought to with three each. The remaining
gen, G. Wessel, J. M. Sanders, S. 1,000 high schools and 300 col- Gainesville from Tally at the ex- s'x came" from different high
Malever, J. Mercer, R. Walker, J leges and universities. pense of the Inter-Fratern'ty Con- schools.
Barrow. Kulich, C. 0. Wainright, ference to crown the royal family. Plans for the initiation and fcr-
B. Williams, T. Keeter, Gonzalez, Donaldson, D. Plummer,. E. Best, She was escorted by Joe Sherouse, mal banquet have 'noto been cori-
B. A. Bitton, Mrs. Irene Rose, and Mallory. president of the IFC. pleted as yet, Dr. .tkin added.


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