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- 0ILOPJDA ALLIGATOR


VOL. 38 NO. 25


UNIV. OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA


Frolics Start Today


MAY 2, 1947


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Isi She 's History r orm D ce "
By "Pen" Gaines a
The University of Florida ifty tickets are still available F
campus will seethe with ac- Ffty ti s ar s
campus will seethe with c- for any Florida men who would ..
tivity today in preparation like to function at Buckman Hall's o
for the bi ggest annual "Spring Dance" to be staged next s
Spring Frolics,- with Harry wek-end, May 10,- at the Gaines- t.
James, his trumpet and Mu- ville American Legion Hall. w
sic Makers filling top bill- The remaining tickets will be on i n
sic Makers filling top bill- sale at a booth on the first floor -
ing. of Florida Union on Monday, .
Highlights of the week- Tuesday and Wednesday between. "
end include two huge dances two and five in the afternoons. t
end include two huge dan The price -$1 for couple or stag. .
at the campus gymnasium and the "Stormy" Forth Featured
P. K. Ynge school ',gymnasium "Stormy" Forth Featured F] : t
Friday and Saturday nights. The "Stormy' Forth and his popular t
non-fraternity dance, originally band of "soft and sweet blowing" + ,, 1'1 .i
scheduled for the air base gym, musicians are to provide the melo- h
has been switched to the Yonge dies for the occasion. Featured at Spring Frolics with a
gym so that the music of. Harry "Spring Dance" was cooked up Harry James, as she was during
James can be "piped" to the dance by the boys in Buckman Hall and Fall Frolics with the Les Brown
through the University's telephone is slanted to social needs of dor- Band, Pat Flaherty will 'handle F
lines. mitory residents. It marks the re- the female' vocalizing detail this b
Girls Arrive Today vival of a traditional prewar U. of week-end, a
With more girls arriving on F. practice and is receiving strong t
campus this afternoon than there support for all concerned. b
were fraternity men in previous Accommolations for Dates d
years, the Inter-Fraternity Con- Week-end housing accommoda- a .. t
ference, sponsor of the week-end, tionos for dates coming to Gator- a
has carefully mapped out a sched- are being providedby the di- -
, ule of events in an effort to enter- land are being provided byat the dAlachua I
tain the largest number of dates rector of residence at the Aachua X
ever assembled here for a Florida County Air Base. V bw
week-end.
The biggest events of the week- M R By Herb Kimmel
end center around Harry James M cR e eaks To The American Veterans Commit-
and his Music Makers. James will voted unanimously this week to
Phigo on record against the Sales
present the band which in the past Phi Eta Sigma Tax aond thre White Primary Bill, I
few years has attained more her-Tei
both of which are now before the
ors and won more popularity polls William McRAe, prominent Flor- Florida Legislature .
than any other band in the land. ida alumni and former Gator foot- Agreeingto write representa- S
Largest Dance In History ball player, of Bartow, delivered tives and ask them to vote against
James will be playing to the the main address at the annual these measures, the committee w
largest IFC dance in the history citation banquet of Phi Eta Sig- members discussed other impor- S
of the Unive r of fraternity ma last night a,t the Primrose tant bills before the Legislature. d,
With the number of fraternity Grill. Pepper Letter Read w
2400 this semester (the largest in The Florida chapter of the na- A letter from Sen. Pepper, ac-
the school record) this spring's tional scholastic fraternity held in- knowledging receipt of the recent-
fraternity function, for the first itiation for over seventy qualified I ly held petition for higher sub- a:
time in Frolics history, will be students. sistence for veterans, was read. he
open only to the members of the 21 The honorary frat for first year-i Sen. Pepper ,thanked the AVC cc
fraternities on the campus. students has an academic require- chapter for conducting the peti- w
"With limited dance-hall facili- Iment of half A's and half B's or tion, which was signed by 2,500 n
ties capable of handling 1200 cou- better, on the base's of the first vets on the Florida campus this
pies each night, there is barely semester's or first year's work. semester, a
enough spacg for the 2400 frater-y Subsistence Bill Introduced w
enough space for the 2400 frater T kHe also said that he has already s
nity men," Joe Shearouse, presi- Concert Tickets. introduced a bill to the Senate ask- n
dent of IFC, pointed out. "Even
then, only half of the fraternities Students are urgently request- ing foray higher subsstence for vet-
can go each night." ed. to get their tickets today for one has also been introduced to ta
Cavalier Dance the Wh'ttemore and Lowe con- the House. s
The extension dance under the cert to be presented by the Ly- The dateof the final AVC meet- o
supervision of the Cavaliers, and ceum Council at 8 p.m. Monday Tinhedate of the semfinasterwill be an- r
paid for by the IFC, partly solves and Tuesday. Only a limited n of the semester will be an- r
the unusual situation and allows number of tickets are available. bounced later. h
Continued On Page TWO a
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SNext Campairn y
Max Stone was elected chairman
AAof the Dixie party for the next
political session at their meeting
this week, and C. J. Hardee was
By George Kowk.abany chosen to fill the post of vice
The controversy over the race for president of the stu- chairman. Others elected were
dent body ended last week when the Executive Council Lamar Winegart, secretary, and
voted, nine to three, to accept the. list .of winners certified Friendtin l Competition"
by the Chancellor of the Honor Court and thereby ap- After his election, Stone said
proved the election of John Crews as president. Crews, that he hoped the forthcoming
Dixie and Florida party candidate elections will bring about a resto-
defeated Frank Stanley, Gator FSCW is not elevated to the rank ration of friendly competition be-
party man, by six votes in the of a university. tween political parties on the i
closest race in student body his- 3. The student_ government is campus. Long interested in stu- (
tory., opposed to the removal of any dent government and politics, t
Announce Co-Education Stand, college or department of the Uni- Stone will lead the Dixie party
The outgoing Executive Council varsity of Florida to any other activities through the summer 1
in its last meeting of the year part of the state, elections. bn
clarifies the student government's Election Laws .Approved Urges Paxticipation b
stand on coeducation by passing After -hearing the opinions of "The success or failure of stu- M
a resolution endorsing the follow- 90litical party chairmen in the dent government depends largely e
ing principles: last election, the Council tenta- upon the number of students who S
1. The ,building program at the tively approved election laws lim- take an active part in that gov- n
University of Florida is of para- iting the income of a political par- ernment," Stone said. "The Dixie
mount importance, ty to $75 per semester in addition narty urges each and every stu-
Oppose University Status to nomination fees. Fraternities dent to make his voice heard. W
2. '.le student government fa- would be limited to contributions either through the functions of T
vors coeducation at the University of. $7.50 per year and individuals the parties themselves or through P
,f Florida and FSCW, provided to fifty cents per semester, the power of the ballot." c


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Cavaliers Frolics Dance Is

Switched To PKY Gym
'By "Gopher" Martin
To by-pass the telephone strike and other difficulties,
.he Cavalier Dance. Society and the Inter-Fraternity Con-
ference, joint sponors of the. "All-Campus" Spring Frolics
dance, decided earlier this week to change the dance from
the Alachua Air Base gym, where the dance was original-
y planned, to the Yonge Laboratory School gym. The
nusic of Harry James and h's
and will be "piped" by Angus being "piped" to the Alachua Air
lerrit through the University tel- Base. The telephone strike, along
phone facilities to the Yonge with this fact, necessitated a
School, Friday and Saturday
fights from,9 to 12. change being made.
Reasons For Change This dance is free to all Univer-
This change came about when it sity students, but entrance will be
Tas learned that the American. granted only when proper identifi-
'elephone and Telegraph Corn- cation is shown the doorman. Stu-
any's lease with WRUF did not dents are urged to prevent an em-
over such a function as a dance sContinupd On Page EIGHT


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Would ChangeFSCW Name

To Florida State University
'By Ted Shurtleff
The House Education Committee yesterday unani-
nously approved .a bill which, if passed by the Legisla-
ture, will establish coeducation ,at both the University of
Florida and Florida State College for Women.
FSCW, by this measure, will be-
me Florida State University. No e aer e
vision now existing at either in- Debaters Leave
titution, the bill states, may be
ioved to the other, and "all rea-
on ab 1 e duplications shall be
voided." Ie e ForWest Point
Bill Opposed Here
Student body leaders here and The University of Florida de-
lumni groups are still opposed to bate team left early this morning
,he bill "because," they point out, for West Point, New York to en-
a second university is established gage with 31 other teams for top
nd a loophole is left for removal national debating honors.
n the future of our facilities. 'ilei west kuint tourney, the
'or the time being," it is stated, first of its kind, will oincially
we are safe, but the next session name the nation's number one
f the Legislature-or any future squad and pica tue top ,ten deba-
ession-may rescind this part of tours in collegiate competition.
he bill. The door is left open iie otr or Soutnern 'xeams
when a second university is put tioriua was one or icur teams
n." chosen to represent the southern
Parham Voices Opposition region, wmcn minciuued Georgia,
President Harry Parham states, Alacama, Mississippi, North Car-
I am still unalterably opposed to onlla, buuui l aruoia and Lous-
he name of the Florida State Col- iana, one the basis of the fine
ege for Women being changed to record the varsity established ,this
Florida State University." year.
Parham, in the last edition of Record TQld
he ALLIGATOR, explained that The Gators were entered in
e is not opposed to coeducation eignl tournaimeLS, winning five,
at Tallahassee as long as it is placing second in two, and putting
eft as a college. wo men in une top Len aeDators
However, Rep. Simpson of the at the last contest. In addition
Education Committee was quoted numerous maiviouai honors were
y the Associated Press yesterday won curing the season.
as saying, "There was fear be- Chosen to represent Florida at
ween the two institutions, but I West Point were two of the var-
elieve this bill will show it is the sity four, Gerald Gordon and Jack
definite intention of the legisla- Murray, who have turned in ex-
ure to leave the two institutions cellent performances the entire
as they are." season.
Sets Coeducation for July
The- bill, an amendment of the "District Honor"
Buckman Act, passed in 1905, Dr.. Wayne C. Eubank, coach of
brings coeducation in J.ly and the team, called the West Point
Continued On Page EIGHM Invitational, "a distinct honor for
the University of Florida. This
substantiates the winning record
VarSety Show of the squad and places it among
P d the best teams in the nation."
IS POStponed, In addition ,to Murray and Gor-
,S o o e don, the varsity this year includ-
tates O' Neal ed Leon McKim, Alan Westin
The campus-wide Variety Show, Dick Crago and Bill Castagna.
writtenn and planned for this
spring, has been postponed. in-
efinitely, it was announced this Florid a Union Has
*eek by Pat O'Neal, director.
"Lack Of Interest" M other's Day
"The lack of enough interest
among the students to attend re- Program M ay l1
earsals, the lack of time, and the
conflicting dates in April and May The annual Mothers Day pro-
'ere responsible for the postpone- The annual Motherld s Day after-
nent," O'Neal said. ram wil be held Sunday after
The almost completed script, noon, May 11, at 3:30 in the Flor-
long with letters by the script ida Union Auditorium, Billy Mat-
writers providing information and thews, director of the Union, an-
uggestions, is being filed for use nounced today.
ext fall. Housemothers Are Guests
"Worked Hard" '
O'Neal said be appreciated all The fraternity housemothers
he writers and other talent who will be honored guests, and atu-
howed interest in the two months dents, their wives and faculty
f work that went into the prog- 'members and their wives are cor-
ess of the show. "They worked dially invited to be present.
hard and gave much of their time .Entertainment Set
nd energy to the show," he said ,
and we feel that it should not The University of Florida Glee
*o to waste. We will pass the Club and Claude Murphree, Uni-
how's material over to the stu- versity organist will provide the
ents for next fall, which is un- musical entertainment. An inform-
oubtedly the best time of the al reception will be held in Bryan
year to present such a 'produc- Lounge immediately following the
ion." program.






F l --"even though the decorations are day dances are: Alpha Tau Ome-
FrOlICS of fireproof paper." ga; Chi Phi, Delta Chi, Phi Delta
Continued trom Page ONE Will Play Florida Tunes Theta. Phi Gamma Delta, Phi
the entire student body to partici- Kappa Alpha, Pi Kappa Phi, Pi
pate in the week-end. Open and The Gabriel of dancing America Lambda Phi, Sigma Phi Epsilon,
free to all University students, will play a medley of Florida Tau Epsilon Phi.
with special invitation extended tunes, the most current popular 'Fraternities attending the Sat-
to all married students, the Yonge hits and also several o the old himurday dance are:
Gym dance will be held at the numbers that helped to make him Alpha Gamma Rho, Beta Theta
same time as the other dances- famous a few years Pi, Delta Sigma, Delta Tau Delta,
from 9:30 to 1 Friday night and ve Bi, Bi o I'v e ed d Y Kappa Alpha, Kappa Sigma,
-from 8:30 to m'-might on Satur- on C, Befaort," "I'm Berinng th Lambdaa Chi, Sigma Alpha Epsi-
day night. See the Light," (which, inciden- lon,, Sigma hi, Sigma Nu, and
The tirst influx of girls and in- tally, James composedd), "Sleepy Theta Chi.
coming visitors .is expected in Lagoon," and "Do You Love Me?'" All 2400 tickets have been re-
Gainesville early today. Every In his local appearance, James leased to the fraternities, Turn-
available room off campus has and his hot trumpet .will be sup- bull added, and the IFC does not
been sought for the housing of the ported by two vocalists, Buddy Di- have any available tickets.
guests. Many fraternities are turn- Vio and Pat Flaherty. Pat sang
ing their' abodes over to the girls for Fall Frolics, when she was -
for the week-end, and members with Les Brown and his orchestra.
are renting barracks 'at the air- ALTERATIONS
base. Hand !-ng Frou;cs for the IFC is
Functions At All Hours Bill Turnbull, Frolics chairman. Made to Measure Clothes
The giant social calendar places His committee consists of Victor
functions throughout all hours Leavengood, Ed Davis and Elliot BEER'S TAILORS
of the week-end. Fraternities and Shienfield. 421 W. University Ave.
other social organizations will: Fraternities attending the Fri-
hold an almost continual sched- _
ule of dances, skits, midnight
breakfasts, and other functions for
further entertainment of students
and their dates.
Other preparations are taking
place in the gymnasium for the ar-
rival of James' band. The Music
MVlakers will arrive today, after
a two-night stand in Georgia and
a, six weeks :our rrom Hollywood.
Tiley will make their headquar- DRY CLEANING
ters at the Thomas Hotel before
looking over the new bandstand
and decorations as designed by Ed
Grafton and supervised by Ed
Davis of the decorations commit- 614 W est University Ave.
tee.
IFC Rules Told
The large crowd of frolicking PHONE 2067
campus cut;es and their dates P O NE 2067
have caused several 'rules to be
passed and stressed by th'e IFC.
Corsages have been tabooed for
both dances. B o t h fraternity University Branch Air Base Office
dances will be formal while the OffieeBase ie
non-fraternity dance has been an-
nounced informal. There will be no 1910 W. Univ. Ave. Building 143
concert because of James' move
contract, and there will be no na-
tion-wide hook up because of the
telephone strike, unless it is set-
tied in time to allow arrangements BOB CLARK student driver
to be made. h
"There will be no smoking in
the gymnasium,"' Shearouse said.



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Herlong Will Address .BuffetSupper
The 20th Century Club will be
SFrid a the place of activity tonight when
BBFmembers and pledges of Theta Chi
Social Fraternity, with their dates,
will enjoy a buffet supper served
W. "Mac" Christie announced late Wednesday after- by the wives and sisters of ,the
noon that Judge A. S. Herlong of Tavares, Fla., president- alumni of Tau Chapter.
elect of the University Alumni Association, will make the Batumel's Music Featured
principal address at the serhi-annual initiation banquet A dance will follow and music
of the Florida Blue Key. The banquet will- be held at the will be played by Julian Baumel
Primrose Grill on Friday night, May 9, at 7. and his orchestra. The dance is
The purpose of the banquet is to president-elect of the stu- open to chapter members and
induct the six new pledges, John Crews,uests.
dent body, will respond for the guests.
Chowning, John Crews, Bob Ervin, dent William T. Coram. Jr., president
Pat O'Neal, Walter Timberlake, pledges. Dr. John J. Tigert, var- of Theta Chi, announces that there
and Dick Wyke, into the honorary iousBlue Key alumni, and the will be a swimming party in pro-
ideans of the colleges of the Uni- wil e a smn g part in po-
leadership fraternniy. These six versity wil be among the honored gress Saturday afternoon for all
men were elected to membership guests. Paul Rogers, president, frolickers at Glen Springs.
last week at a nominating session will preside. Open House Slated
held at Lake Wauberg. Committee r.Vite Saturday evening Theta Chi
Lee To Deliver Charge w. McL. "hristie, chairman of will dance at the gscmnaeum tou
: Herman A. Lee, a graduating the banquet, stated that his com- Harry James music. 'Open house
senior member, 'il 'deliver the mitte'e consisted of Raymer Ma- will be held all day Satu1rday ati
charge to the pledges wnile John guire, Jr., and Robert L. Eaton. the chapter house, 133 Washing-
ton St. si


Dedicated to members of the Forestry Club who gave their lives
in World War II, this monument was dedicated recently by club mem-
bers. It is located in the Austin Cary Memorial Forest and contains
a bronze plaque listing the names of those who, died.


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Pharmacy Week
Observed "By
Campus Society
The Mortar and ctebtle_ Society,
in cooperation with the National
Cancer Society, observed National
Pharmacy Week with an open
meeting held in the chemistry au-
ditorium on April 24, at 7:30 p.
m.
Charles Mundell, president of
the Mortar and Pestle, called the
meeting to order and briefly dis-
coursed the history and signifi-
cance of National Pharmacy Week.
Mrs. Evans, Alachua County
Field Commander for the Na-
tional Cancer Society, presented a
very interesting talk on cancer,
the theme of national pharmacy
week.
"Drugs from the Scriptures," a
talk presented by Miss Jean Whit-
more, pharmacy senior, told of
the source and origin of many
well-known drugs.
During the meeting, the Em-


Last Chance
For '46 Seminoles
All students entitled to the 1946
Seminole must get their copies be-
fore Friday, May 9, at 5 p. ni.
Copies may .ce secured daily, ex-
cept Saturday, in room 10, Flor-
ida Union, from 2 to 5 p.m.
Beginning May 12, the remain-
ing copies of the 1946 Seminole
will be on sale for 50 cents each:
in, room 10, Florida Union, 2 to 5
p.m. daily.
erich award, given each year to-
the senior who made the highest
scholastic average during his ju-'
nior year, was presented by Dr.
P. A. Foote, director of the School
of Pharmacy, to Mr. Sheldon Spec-
tor.
A paper entitled "Famous Drugs,
by Famous Pharmacists" was pre-
sented by Mr. William Bevis.
A film was shown through the
courtesy of Mr. Parmalee, a rep-
resentative of the Owen's Illinois"
Glass Company. The title of the
film was "Now For Tomorrow."


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4 THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR



the Florida 4//gator

Entered as second class mail matter. January SO, 1915, at the post office
at Gainesville, Fli., under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
ESTABLISHED IN 1908



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



EDITORIAL BOARD
Executive Editor, "Pan" Gaines; Associate Editors, Johnny Jenkins,
Bob MacLeish, Dee Van Wag'enen, Johnny Walker; Assistant Editor, Ted
Shlurtleff; Assistant Managing Editors, Jim Gollacheck and Harold Her-
man; Features Editor, Elliot Shienfeld; News Editor, Pat Patillo; Sports
Editor, Bernie -Ward.



EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS
Assistant Features Editor, Marty Lubov; Assistant News Editor,
George Kowkabany; Co-Assistant Sports Editors, Jordan Bittel and Ray
Jacobson; Campus Editors, Nell Evans, Jack Harper and Sanford Schnier;
Copy Editor, Leo Selden; Proof Editor, Bill Dunlap; Re-Write Editor,
Jack Bryan; Intramurals Editor, Bill Boyd; Society Editor, Jean Whit-
more; Amusements Editor, Les Gleichenhaus; Exchange Editor, Lou Mel-
sel; Office Manager, Shep Faber; Head Typist, Leo Osheroff; Music Edi-
tor, Gerald Clarke; Fraternity Editor, Horance Davis.



BUSINESS STAFF
Ken Richards, Assistant Business Manager; Albert Carlton, Advertis-
ing Manager; Walter Martin, electionon Manager; George Gillespie, Book-
keeper; John Bonner. r'yrculatin Manager; Ted Vetter, Assistant Circu-
lation Manager; Waltr- Brow-' Office Manager; Charles Eldredge, Chick
Calvit, Rudy Thornbl*rry, Jorin-ii Ansbacher, Solicitors.



Put The Shoe Where It Fits!

The Tallahassee Democrat, a daily newspaper pub-
lished in the state capital, outdid itself last Tuesday in de-
Voting its full editorial column to a condemnation of the
stand taken by the Unievrsity's student body on coeduca-
tion as explained in an editorial which appeared in last
week's ALLIGATOR.
Said the ,Democrat, "Anyway, .the boys down at the
University of Florida learn to make use of lots of words
to outline a position, but they've not yet learned the art
of concealing motives."
The Democrat is correct in its appraisal of our abili-
ties and lack :of ability-we are a mere 7,300 males of
whom over 5,000 are veterans of World War II-we are,
however, still too young, too naive and too idealistic to
possess motives which need concealment.
We are young, foolish schoolboys with just enough
sense to realize that this state, which cannot adequately
house us at this University-which cannot meet our teach-
ing needs, and which cannot supply us with enough class-
room space, is not in a position to create a second Uni-
versity.
The Democrat editorial goes on to imply that Univer-
sity students are mere "stooges" of those with interests in
Gainesville. The editorial, however, ignores the fact that
University students only several weeks ago were most bit-
ter and highly aroused over a -series of taxes passed by
the Gainesville City Commission. Also they ignore the
fact that such student leaders as Student Body President
Harry Parham, President-Elect John Crews, Florida Blue
Key President Paul Rogers and Student Body Vice Presi-
dent Jack Lucas come from Tampa, Macclenny, Fort Lau-
derdale and Jacksonville, respectively and certainly have
no interest in the future of Gainesville as such.
These students, however, are interested in the contin-
ued growth of a great state university and are unalterably
opposed to the tearing down of our facilities or of meas-
ures which will put a "foot in the door" towards that end.
Twisting the actual stand we have taken, the Demo-
crat's editorialist inferred that the University "boys" ac-
tually do not favor coeducation if it means having it at
FSCW. We reiterate that this is not true.
The University's student government is on record as fa-
voring coeducation here and at Tally provided both insti-
tutions retain their present status-the University of Flor-
ida a university-the Florida State College for Women a
college; and further provided that coeducation will not
bring about a duplication of present departments.
"If changing the name of FSCW to Florida State Col-
lege will cause the- University boys to be satisfied with
coeducation here," says the Tallahassee Democrat, "that's
all right."
Now let's put the shoe where it fits-rather than charg-
ing us with sectional and local interests as a backdrop for
our position on this issue, let the Tallahassee Democrat
explain why, despite the above statement-despite the
fact that all concerned knew our position on another state
university, the House Education Committee yesterday re-
ported favorably on a coeducation bill which would des-
ignate FSCW as Florida State University.
Looks to us like local interests are at work on their
home grounds.


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By Les Gleichenhaus
IT'S A SIN-THIS SINBAD-THE SAILOR, THAT IS-Swashbuck-
ling mis-adventures on land and sea, along with not so absorbing
romance, are enacted in "Sinbad the Sailor". Sinbad, the seafaring ad-
venturer whose seven voyages are graphically described in the Arabian
Nights, here undertakes an eighth voyage, every bit as exciting as a
coke at Canova's. The fabulous treasure of Alec the Great- is Sinbad's
goal in this voyage. The powerful and wealthy Emir of Daibul also has
designs on this treasure, and proves to be a worthy foe of the intrepid
adventurerer. In the entourage of the Emir is Shireen, a beautiful ad-
venturess, whose charms so completely intrigues the' aging Sinbad
that he abducts her. Though loving her intensely he doesn't trust her
as far as he could throw the Emir's elephant. So iif it rains this week-
end this would be a good place'to come out of the rain and waste a
few hours with your date (Hmmmm ? ? ?).
CHASING SQUIRRELS ACRiOSS THE PLAZA OF THE AMER-
CAS-Have you seen the new men's pajamas now shown at Wilson's
here in' town? They are called "K" Pajamas-no tops, no bottoms,
just a string tied around the waist-you know-to insure modesty.
.The George Hamlins will be Flavetting sometimes in June.
He is the Matire de' at the Primrose The Charles Woods expect-
ing in August. He is one of the golf instructors here at the Uni-
versity .... Congratulations to the Buddy Weisses on their new
apartment We wouldn't say the Temporary ,Dorms were out in
the woods but when a five foot bull snake crawled into the head
of Dorm "R" we had our doubts ...
For ,those who still might be a bit mixed up concerning the correct
dress for tonite's and tomorrow nite's dances-they are formal for the
gals but optional for the fellas If you think Ted Weem's Band
has a good arrangement of "Heartaches" wait till you hear the H.
James version-it out-weems Weems ... Have you your tickets for the
Whittemore-Lowe Concert Monday or Tuesday. Can still be had from
Chowning in Florida Union-if you hurry Listen in tonight to El-
liot Shienfield's absorbing program "Leaves of Life"-it's at T:30 p. m.
over WRUF-it's really fine Have you heard "I Went to Paris to
Buy a New Gown"-rugged Daddy Joyce, amiable Disc-Jockess at
Sunshine Music Box is all burnt up about' something-too much Glen
Springs. She has some new Stan Kenton records worth hearing.
Professor L. Matson, director of the Broadway Smash "The Hasty
Heart" is an authority on Oriental Theatre practice. His lecture a
few weeks back in Peabody awed both students and faculty he
hails from Iowa ... Miss Terry has "The Vixen," Frank Yerby's lat-
est. Concerns the South after the War and is replete with the usual
number of promiscuous women "Boomerang" with Dana An-
drews at Florida Sunday-really terrific-don't miss it-you won't
believe it ... "Bachelor's Daughters" at Florida Tuesday-it stinks
and you'll know it... SAE's will be frolicing at '4,00' Club tonight-
dancing to the music of Joe Harrison and his Orchestra. Tomorrow
they will be picnicing in Keystone Heights TEP's hayriding this
eve, swimming tomorrow at Glen Springs and formalizing at their
own Club hereabouts AGR's breakfasting on the morrow at
Camp Wauburg and Pop dancing at their house tonight C'mon
Regina lets go-the fun begins NOW- .


Winners Are Finally Certified
After a long-drawn-out squabble which-never should
have occurred in the first place, the Executive Council last
week, by a vote of nine to three, certified all the winners
of the recent student body election.
Now, at least, the threat of- student government elimi-
nating itself is a thing of the past.
It will be interesting, however, to watch the develop-
mefits as a student body president presides over an Exec-
utive Council which is composed overwhelmingly of oppo-
sition party members. Whether or not the Council will
allow politics to rear its ugly head and attempt to stymie
legislation proposed by the new President,, remains to be
.seen.


'Hasty Heart'
Tickets Available

Starting Monday
Rehearsals for the Florida Play-
ers presentation of the Broadway
smash-hit, "The Hasty Heart," a
three-act comedy-drama, are in
full swing and tickets will be
available in the Florida Union
starting Monday from 2-6 p.m.
Students Admitted Free
Student admission is free and
student wives and date tickets
will be 50 cents. The play will be
held in the P. K. Yonge audito-
rium, Monday, Tuesday, Wednes-
day and Thursday nights, May 12,
13, 14, 15, at 8:15 p.m. All seats
are reserved.
Matson Directing
Under the direction of Lowell
Matson of the University's de-
partment of speech, the play will
include Leldon Martin as Lachie,
the Scottish soldier who wants no
friends, and Florabel Wolff as
Sister Margaret, the only fem-
inine role in the production.
Others in Cast Named
The rest of the cast includes
Jack Mills as Tommy, Pat O'Neal
as Digger, Sanford Schnier as
Kiwi, Tom Sims as Yank, War-
ren Felkel as Blossom, Elihu Ed-
elson as the Colonel, and Herman
Shonbrun as the orderly.

Alpha Gamma Rho

installs Officers
Alpha Gamma Chapter of Alpna
Gamma Rho recently installed a
new set of officers to serve for
the coming year. The new officers
and their home towns are: Noble
Ruler-Carey T. Southall, Palat-
ka; Vice-Noble Ruler-Earle Uz-
z e 11, Jacksonville; Secretary-
John F. Fowler, Apopka; Treasur-
er Wallace, McCormack, Ft.
White; Reporter-Sandy Johnson,
Quincy; Chaplain-Richard Mc-
Cleery, Brooksville; Alumni Secre-
tary-Eugent Badger, Hastings.
In a few weeks the newly in-
stalled officers will attend an Of-
ficers' Training School at the Uni-
versity of Georgia. This school is
prepared especially for AGR offi-
cers from all the South.

New Real Estate
Club Makes Trips.
The recently organized Real Es-
tate Club of the University of
Florida inspected two contrasting
subdivisions on recent field trips.
The club, consisting of stu-
dents taking real estate subjects,
was organized to enable the fu-
ture realtors to encounter the
practical aspects of real estate
brokerage under the guidance of
experienced real estate brokers.

Frat Entertains

Its Housemother
Alpha Eta of Phi Kappa Tau
honored their new Hou'se -Mother,
Mrs. Ellen Robina Reyes, Thurs-
day afternoon from two to four
o'clock, April 24th, with a tea.
In the receiving line were the.
president, Mr. Win. R. McGown,
Mr. E. T. Bowen, Mrs. Wm. H.
Mosier, and Mr. J. R. Ross.
Presiding over the punch bowl
was Mrs. E. T. Bowen assisted by-
Mr. John E. Sullens.

Silverman Speaks i

To Sales Class
Joe Silverman, Gainesville busi-
ness man, was guest speaker *in
the Merchandising Class here
Tuesday, it was announced by
Ralph Turlington, Professor.
Speaking on retail merchandis-
ing, Silverman proprietor of the
Man's Store, gave personal ex-
periences in clothing and shoe
lines and his policies on buying,
selling, markups and other basic
merchandising operations.
He particularly stressed the
need for personal salesmanship,
and the difference between sales-
men and plain clerks.


Carleton Speaks
To IRC Monday
Dr. William "Wild. Bill" Carle-
ton, Professor of Political Science,
will speak to the International
Relations .Club on "America's -
Foreign Policy," Monday Night,
MVay 5, at 8 in Florida Union Au-
ditorium.
All students and faculty mem-
bers are cordially invited to hear
this important address.


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By Barbara Wickham
Tally Correspondent
COEDUCATION! My goodness,
but the Alligator was upset last
week. But their outburst had very
little effect on us way up here-in
the hills of Tallahassee. You see,.
Mr. Parham said nothing that he
hadn't said before. The Legisla-
ture, from what all the members
I've talked to said, understood him
to say just what the Flambeau
and I quoted. If he was misunder-
stood, it was by more than just us,
and we're still fighting it.

EMPTY DESKS will be much in
evidence with so many of our fair
coeds heading south for the week-
end. Only teacher I know of -who-
isn't objecting is the Marriage-and:
Family professor, who considers it
laboratory work for the course.
Imagine getting academic credit
for Spring Frolics.

PAN HELL WEEK must have-
been a great success jtidging by-
the number of people falling asleep
in classes Monday. Dean Hudbson
sounded very. good and the floor
was crowded but not sardine style:
Every once in a while you could
move against the current. of the
mob.
MY SOLEMN PROMISE not to
ever mention serenades again.
Not after the hundreds that took
place last week-end. At one time
we could hear six groups singing,
"We are the Boys, etc." and on
into the night.


Reprinted from the May, 1947 issue iof EsquiRm
Copyright 1947 by Esquire. Inc.
"Haven't you any other trips? We tere in the
Army, you know"


Adelphos Society Organized

By Master Masons Here

3 Paul S. Buchman was elected president of the Adelphos Society at
na-n organizational meeting Tuesday evening in Florida Union. The
:society is composed of Master Masons among the students, faculty and
-.personnel of the University, and was recently approved by the Florida
'Grand Lodge, F. and A. M.
Other officers elected at this
meeting are Ken Jones, Vice Pres- Newman; Membership Committee,
dent; W. Ralph Thomas, secre- Ken Jones, Chairman, Don McKee,
tary; Fred Turner, Treasurer; and Tracy Riddle and William Rob-
Roye Keyes, Chaplain. erts.
Appointments Made Charter Members Listed
Appointments are: Marvin Ben- Charter members of the organi-
son, Historian; Emblem Commit- nation are: Rober.t M: Tharin,
tee, Niles C. Schaffer, Chairman, Conrad Demro, Charles Bergmann,
Don McKee and Fred Turner; Ma- Costa Francisco, Marvin Benson,
sonic Education Committee, Royce Gordon Sizemore, Harold E. Mor-
Shipp, Chairman, Dr. E. W. Gar- lan, Dr. John J. Tigert, Floyd
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Letters To The Editor
2

Student Tells Of Stolen Equipment
Dear Morty::
Between 8 and 10 p. m., Wednesday, April 23rd, approximately $45.09F
worth of text books and drawing instruments were stolen from the
book racks placed in the stairwell of the library for the convenience of
the students. The lifting of such a large amount seems to indicate the
need for money, and theft for resale, whioh makes it more serious
than such things as short-changing the newspaper boxes, stealing
Stevens' apples, cheating on tests, and the like. However, they are
all bound to ,the principle of honesty and to our Student Honor System,
We all lost if these fail.
Stealing text books, like stealing wallets, invokes greater hardship
than does some other types of theft perhaps. Wallets usually contain
valuable, sometimes irreplaceable papers and personal articles of no
monetary value at all and of interest only to the owner. Text books
and notebooks invariably contain notes, references, underlinings, etc.
which represent many hours of study and work and which can't be
done again. I, for one, can't quite see the necessity for such thefts on
campus, especially if the thief isn't an outsider. If a person gets desper-
ately in need of funds, surely he can turn to friends, or, if not, there)
are other resources.
So, as one of the victims of the above little incident, I'd like I
use the GATOR'S letter column to, if possible, let the person respo
sible known that I'd be glad to help him out if he'll only bring mr ,
books back. I'm low on funds myself, but I think I can scrape up a l
much as he could get for them elsewhere, maybe more. Besides, if .
tries to sell them "elsewhere" he just might run into trouble. He call
find me at the address in the books or any day over at the cafeteria
working at one of the cash registers.
With many thanks .. V
Very Truly Yours,
R. S. (Bob) WheatlyI

Gargoyle Holds BSU Students
Annual Picnic To Be Delegates
Annual Pcnic Mr. Ray Koonce, Baptist Stu-
Gargoyle, honorary fraternity dent Union secretary, announcer
of the School of Architecture and this week that a number of Ba]a
Allied Arts, held its annual picnic tist students from the local cam
at Camp Wauburg Sunday, April pus will make up part of the
26. Although sponsored by Gar- Florida delegation attending tho
gole, these picnics are open to all annual Southwide Baptist Studen't;
students of the school and those Retreat at Ridgecrest, N. C., Juno
men enrolled in the Fundamentals 12-18.
of Architecture course in the Uni- Other schools in the state to bn,
represented are FSCW, Stetson,
versity College. Southern, St. Pete J. C., and Mi-
Wives and children of the stu- ami.
dents and faculty members made Although the quota allotted tha
up a large percentage of the pic- University of Florida is limited,
nickers. Everyone enjoyed the wa- there are a few vacancies left,
ter, lounging in the sun (a treat and any interested students are
rarely enjoyed by students of ar- urged to contact Mr. Koonce im-
chitecture) and the weni..er doast mediately at the BSU House.
and refreshments which wound up Deadline for registering is tomor-
the day. row noon.

Sm inoe Wonrkears


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TrailrvetOne Athletic Council
e Awards Letters f


Sponsors Picnic To Rifle Team
By Phil Webb
Veteran students and their wives The Athletic Council has award-
at Trailervet Village No. 1 met ed 15 minor sports letters to ^
Saturday night for an outdoor pic- members of the University of s
nic supper and dance with each R rifle team The
family contributing a covered dish Florida's R.O.T.C. rifle team. The
toward the supper. men receiving letter's are:
Mess Hall "Night Spot" Doug G. Clark, W. A. Williams,
*One of the former Armty mess L. E. Koon, Charles Poe, 0. E. I\
halls was transformed into a night Williams, Spencer B. Gilbert, P. B. b
spot by arrangement of tables Johnson, Karl Borcheller, R. H.,
and chairs along the walls, leav- Lucas, R C Smith, E P. Stewart,
ing the center space for dancing.
Effective lightning was provided C. M. Shinn, J. G. Miller, J. 0.
by alternate colored candles plac- Mainor, and Walter Rice.
ed in bottles on each table. 35 Wins Stacked Up
Phono Music Provided It was also announced by the
'One of the students lent his' Military Department that a final
large phonograph console for the tally of the matches ffred by the
occasion and music was enjoyed team shows 35 wins and 6 losses.
by the dancers and listeners alike Six of these wins were forefited
from the varied record collections by opponents. Firing in the Na-
among the students, tionai Intercollegiate matches has
First Social Event been completed, but results aren't
expected to-be made known until
This was the first big social the middle of May.
event of the year at Trailervet Meeting Slated
Village No. 1. Because of large A meeting of the rifle team is
open areas on the Air Base stu- slated for May 5, at which time a
dents ,there have the advantage'of squad captain for this year and
adequate space for picnics and next will be selected.
weiner roasts, and expect to make
more use of it during the semester King. Knns
in the future Wri King WContest

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Officers Tuesday.

* The student cnaprer of the
American Institute of Electrical
Engineers will hold its bi-weekly
meeting next Tuesday night at 8
in Florida Union to elect officer
for next year.
*All pre-electricals engineers are
also urged to attend.
.The annual society's picnic was
held last Friday night at College'
Park with most of the students,
their wives and dates attending.
Included among the guests were
Dean and Mrs. Joseph Well, of
the College of Engineering, and
Professor Pumphrey, Head of the
Electrical Engineering Depart-
ment, and his wife.


Amendment to Coistitution
Amendment to Election Law
passed at the last meeting of Ex.
Council); Article 4, Subsection 5:
(a) No political party organized
or campaigning in campus elec-
ions shall receive from the frater-
ities or any other recognized or-
:anibtions that are members of
he party more than $7.50 per or-
ganization for any school year, nor
lay more than $5.00 of this amount
be received in any- one semester.
(b) Individual students that are
niembers of the party and acting
iolely as individuals (not repre-
senting or acting as a member of
an organization may contribute no
more than ($0.50) per school year.
(c) The Treasurer of each party
shall maintain a file for public in-
spection of signed certificates of
contribution, both from organiza-
tions and individuals so contribut-
ing.
(d) An over-all maximum (ex-
eluding nomination fees of $150.00)
per year is set on party funds. Not


.Summer Gator
The position or managing ed-
itor for the Summer ALLIGA-
TOR is still open and will be
filled next week. Candidates
must submit written applica-
tion, setting forth a list of their
qualifications and statement of
policy, if chosen. Applications
must be submitted before Mon-
day, May 5. Applicants must
be available for interview by the
board on Thursday afternoon,
May 8, at 3:45. Address appli-
cations to Chairman of the
Board of Student Publications,
Room 10, Florida Union.

more tian one-itlf of this amiounnt
may be spent in one semester.


Contest Pictures

To Be Exhibited

The University Camera Club
announced yesterday that there
will be a showing of contest
prints during the next two weeks
in Bryalf Lounge, Florida Union.
Final judging of the prints will
be during the coming week. First,
second and third prizes are to be
awarded.
Judges are ivMrs. Trarable, of
Marable Studios; Dr. Heath, tech-
nical advisor to the Camera Club;
Jean Whitmore, past president of
the Camera Club; Professor Hol-
brook, of the Art Department;
and Pat O'Neal, editor of the
Seminole.


Seventeen memDers from the
student branch of the American
Society of Mechanical Engineers
last month attended a Southeast-
ern conference meeting of student
mechanical engineers in Atlanta,
Ga.
Blake King z l::crida was pre-
sented the first prize of $50.00
for his paper entitled "Design of a
Water Injection System for Au-
tomotive Engines."
The three days of ,the meet were
devoted to sight-seeing trips
through the city of Atlanta, busi-
ness meetings for the presentation
of papers by the delegates and
plant inspection trips. School
highlights of the meet included
a dance and a banquet given by
the host school, Georgia Tech.


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Courses Offered
In Water Safety
Students who hold instructors'
cards in Water Safety who have
allowed their rating cards to lapse
may take review work to renew
their cards next week at the Uni-
versity pool, A. L. Hartnett, swim-
ming instructor, announced to-
day.
Rating cards wil also be award-
ed all students who complete fi-
nal phases of.the 15-hour course
this week, Hartnett said. Exami-
nations will be given by Robert
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Office of the American Red
Cross, under whose sponsorship
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Classes will be held daily, Mon-
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day with-the race in each loop still wide open. Through
Wednesday's games only Temp Dorm J in the top bracket
of the Dorm League has already cinched a berth in the
semi-finals.
In the number two bracket of
the dorm league Thomas E & F get by Pensacola Club, anoth- d
is currently the pace-setter with toe n bracket one team
a pair of victories, including an er unbeaten bracket one team. V
11-2 win over the number two Second Bracket Deadloclked c
outfit in that bracket, Fletcher D, The Blue Devils- and the All
E, & F, owner of 2-1 record. The Stars are deadlocked for first r
other two teams in the bracket place in the second independent
have been defeated at least once. place in the second independent a
Air Base Team Impressive bracket with the Devils having a N
Alachua Air Base has posted slight edge on the basis of two e
the most impressive mark in the wins to the Stars' single victory. r
third bracket of the dorm league Bracket four is also prospectively t
thus far, having racked up two a two-way affair since C.L.O. and r
triumphs with no losses. In the Hell Cats each boast a clean C
bracket four of the same league ats each
two aggregations were undefeat- slate.
ed through Wednesday. Temp t
Dorm C holds a clean slate for a
two starts while Temp Dorm S N tlmen W fil Play-
is not far behind with a single | s W I sl a l
win and no defeats. In SEC Tourn a
In indepencenm league e play A
there are two unbeaten outfits in 'NextW eek-end
each bracket except the third, r' l We e V-endl
where Baptist Union looms as the f
prospective winner with two easy Sporting a record of 3 matches v
wins in as many outings. An- I won, 4 lost, and 1 tied, the TTniver- t
other red-hot tall club, Crane'sity of Florida's Fighting Gator- h
Hall, now holds the top spot in tennis team, under the wing of
bracket one by virtue of two vic- tennisteam, under the wing of
stories. But Crane Hall still has Coach Herman Schnell, will play e
one more scheduled match-with I
Tulane on May b- before compet- d
THE ing in the main event of the year t
-the Southeastern Conference r
N K. NAK tournament in New Orleans May .v
8, 9; and 10. / .c
126 North 9th St. Downed Three Times t
In the last five encounters, the P
OPEN Orangemen have been downed
twice by Rollins, 7-2 and 8-1,
slammed once by the.University of o
DAY and NIGHT -'Miami Hurricanes, 9-0, and have f
'ti-ed and beaten the Stetson Hat- h
Best Coffee, ters. 4-4, and 6-3. V
.' I SEC Teamns a
Sandwiches and -..-piryg Schnell to N'ew
Orleans will be Captain Bobby i]
50C Riggins, Charlie Harris, Jack Bor-
50^"'c ling, and Harry Terrell, who will t
tangle with stars representing all a
Plate Lunch 12 SEC college teams, including. D
strong outfits from Georgia, Geor- L
SERVED STUDENTS gia Tech, Auburn, Mississippi a
State, LSU, and Tuane.
ANY PLACE The Florida boys will be entered t
in 4 singles and 2 doubles matches. t


THE POLAR BAER
Ice Cream, Frozen Malts, Sherbets
Open Daily Till 10 p.m.
Sunday Tilil :00 p.m.


Harry James and All of the Band in "DO YOU LC
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY ONLY
JANE WITHERS, in JOAN LESLIE in
"Affairs of Geraldine"
MONTE HALE in "CINDERELLA
"Out Calif. Way" JONES"


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Jr k J MUEIU I RIVE

(hi Battffle For

Semi-Final Berth
By Bill Boyd
With the end of the third
week now approaching, the
week now approaching the
ntramural fraternity league
softball tournament is near-
ng completion with the field
narrowed to five and pos-
sibly four teams.
The bracket winners have been
decided in three of the four frames
with the fourth still depending
on one game.
Bracket One Undecided
The bracket still in doubt is the
number one set with the SPE'S
and Theta Chi still in the running
vith three wins and no losses
each. The winner of this game
vill definitely enter the semi-fi-
nals from that bracket. Other
eams in that bracket and their
records are PGD 2-2; SX 1-2;
CP 1-3 and DX 0-3.
Number two bracket seems to
e a certainty with the SAE's
he probable winner as they sport
4-0 record with the winless
rEP's as their only possible
tumbling block. The ATO's have
3-1 record, Kappa Sig's 2-2;
IG 2-2; PKP 1-3; and TEP 0-4.
Phi Delts Favored
The third frame is a sure bet
or the Phi Delts to come through
with the right for the semi-final
berth 'from this bracket. They
lave three wins with no defeats
vhile the Sigma NU's have drop-
ped one tilt in three games. Oth-
rs in this bracket are PKT 2-2;
ETR 0-12; and DS 0-2.
The bottom frame is definitely
decided with Delta Tau Delta, pre-
ourney favorites sporting a 3-0
record with one remaining game
with the PLP. LCA has dropped
ne game, that to the Delts, and
hey have annexed two wins, The
PLP have 0-2.; PKA 1-2, KA 1-2.
Tourney Weather Favorable
The tournament has been going
ff smoothly, with plenty of help
rom the weather. No team has
had an easy time in its bracket
ith' some games lasting as long
.s eleven innings, such as the
Pikes' win over the Pi Lams 10-5
n eleven frames.
The pitching has been excep-
ionally good with such hurlers
as Tommy Taylor of Delta Tau
)elta, Buster Nigels of SAE, Al
.indgram of Phi Delta Theta and
a host of other fireball pitchers.
There is very little doubt that
he caliber of play is far above
he pre-war days both in pitch-
ng and hitting. This is evident
ince many of the hurlers from
ast year's winning teams have
een having plenty of trouble
winning this year. Most of the
games have been well attended
nd there is little doubt that the
emi-finals pitting the winners of
rackets one-four and .brackets
wo-three together will draw a
ice crowd to watch the fire-
orkhs.







8 THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR


EngiUne.ers


,AIN&


Methodists Will


Present Funnite
The Wesley Foundation, Metho-
dist student organization, will pre-
sent its Foundation Funite of
Forty-Seven Tuesday night, May
at 6:30 p.m. in the chapel at Roux
Street on UniVersity Avenue, just
across from the Law Building.
Pancake Supper Set
A pancake supper will start the
evening. Following the supper
there wi be a program that in-
cludes a little bit of everything in
the way of entertainment. There
will be a group of lovely chorus
"girls" on hand to charm the au-
dience. The Emcee for the night
will be Phil Langford, and lie will
have the pleasure of introducing
Miss Charmaine Linzmayer, whi
is scheduled to entertain at the
piano.
Music By Mercer
Johnny Mercer's orchestra -will
be on hand to furnish the music
for the occasion, and John Doherty
and Gilford Browning will attempt
to put another gray hair in Bob
Hope's head by cracking a few
jokes. Rounding out the program
will be songs, an "opera" number,
skits, and "what have you."
Admission to Funite will be only
25 cents and everyone is invited.


Cavaliers Elect
Arch Thomas As

New President
Cavalier Dance Society held
election of officers the coming
year Tuesday night in Florida Un-
ion, electing Arch Thomas as
president.
Other Officers Named
Bob Kennerly went in a vice-
president, Walter Martin as secre-
tary, Jordon Ansbacher, treasurer;
Dow G. Walden, as dance chair-
man;, and Mack Futch as director
of publicity. Professor James W.
Day was selected by the Board
of Governors to serve again as
faculty advisor for the group.
Dance Set For Tomorrow
The Society will hold a dance
at the American Legion Home
from 7 to 9 Saturday night. The
dance is for all Cavaliers and
their guests. Perry Watson and
his musicians will furnish the mu-
sic. Bob Hoffman, the present
president, urges all members ,to be
at the dance on time.

'Dateless Men'
Will Be Buried
There is now in the backyard
of the Sigma Nu House, a ce-
ment tombi, where before a so-
cial week-end one of the "date-
less" brother's will be buried in
effigy as the chapter's Social
Peanut.
The position of the Peanut is
an elected insult numnorously
bestowed upon the dateless
brother on the first night of the
week-end. He will be crowned
as King Peanut before the en-
tire company and a white cross
bearing his name will be erect-
ed that night above the tomb-
stone which has been fittingly
inscribed.


Procedure To Get

'47 Seminole Told
The 1947 Seminole will be dis-
tributed during the second term
of summer school from the
Seminole office, where it. may
also be secured during the fall
semester. Those who have paid
the Seminole fee and wish the
Seminole mailed to them, must
leave the mailing fee (25 cents
in Florida, 50 cents elsewhere)
and their address at the cash-
ier's window in the office of the
Business Manager in Language
Hall.

Memorial Honors
Former Members

Of Forestry Club
A memorial to former members
of the University of Florida For-
estry Club was completed this
week.
The memorial is located on the
south shore of Lake Mize in the
Austin Cary Forest, eight miles
northeast of Gairiesville on the
Gainesville-Jacksonville Highway.
Bronze Plague
A bronze plaque commemora-
ting the memory of Richard H.
Empie, Jacksonville; Harry D.
Hedrick, Winter Haven; Ralph E.
Thomas, Brooker; Harrison B.
Walton, Jr., Tampa; and Charles
E. Hampton, Bradenton; former
members of the Forestry Club who
lost their lives in service. of their
country during World War II, is
mounted on a pedestal of native
stone.
Site Is Beautified
The memorial site, which was
dedicated during 1946-Homecom-
ing Week-end, is to be further de-
veloped and beautified by planting
flowering dogwood, redbud, wild
azaleas, and other native trees and
shrubs.

Co-Education
Continued From Page ONE

leaves the number of females at
Florida and males at FSCW to the
discretion of the Board of Con-
trol, of which J. Thomas Gurney
is chairman.
Although no mention was made
of a chancellor to head the
schools, as recommended by the
Citizens' Committee on Education,
Rep. Simpson said the Board of
Control now has authority to ap-
point one if they so desire.
Tally Paper Scores 'Gator
The TALLAHASSEE DEMO-
CRAT scored the ALLIGATOR
Tuesday for its stand on the co-
education issue, contending that
"the boys down at the University
of Florida learn to make use of a
lot of words to outline a position,
but they've not learned the art of
concealing motives." The charges
are answered in an editorial to-
day.
For several weeks the FSCW
FLAMBEAU has -devoted edito-
rial space to criticism of the Flor-
ida student body stand, as repre-
sented by heads of student gov-
Sernment and the ALLIGATOR.
Parham, John Crews, student
body president-elect; Paul Rogers,
president of Florida Blue Key;
Dave Hedrick, president of Phi
Delta Phi, and Morty Freedman,
editor of the ALLIGATOR, spent
Monday and Tuesday in Tallahas-
see outlining the student body's
position to the legislators.


Ivory Ticklers Will Appear Here


Whittemore and Lowe, nationally famed piano team will appear
on campus this Monday and Tuesday night under the auspices of the
University's Lyceum Council. Tickets are available for the last time,
today, and may be obtained in the Florida Union.


Whittemore And Lowe Will


Present Concert Next Week
By Jim Gollacheck
Whittemore and Lowe, world famous duo-piano team,
will be presented in concert by the Lyceum Council Mon-
day and Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the University Auditorium.
Tickets for both performances of the youthful and tal-
ented musicians will be available for students and their
dates in the lobby of the Florida
union- Fro-oe--- ru filv .i


Union from one through five p.m.
today for the last time.
Careers Result From Jdke
Whittemore and Lowe, whose
careers began as the result of a
practical joke when they found
themselves signed up for a duo-

L'Apache Will

Initiate Members
L'Apache, campus dance socie-
ty, will initiate new members at
its Spring Frolics party at the
Varsity Grill Saturday afternoon.
Following the initiation ceremony
the new members will be present-
ed their L'Apache pins.
New men are Dave Robinson
and W. Mayberry Lee, Sigma
Chi; Dave Peacock and James
Althaus, Kappa Sig; Al Lindgren
and Bob McKnight, Phi Delta
Theta; Ken Enzer and Paul Doug-
las, Phi Kappa Phi; Al Carlton
and Bud Flynn, Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon; Don French and Bob Bron-
son, Pi Kappa Alpha; Jim Frank-
lin and Hank Bishop, Alpha Tau
Omega; Bob Lund and Paul Mc-
Kenzie, Sigma Nui; Ken Mus-
grave and Roger Bouchard, Kappa.
Alpha.


piano concert in Puerto Rico al- %O
though they had never played a A
note together, have risen steadily, me
in the music world and are now Itur
considered America's top duo- wee
They have been particularly elee
noted for the freshness and vital- Che
ita.lty with which they interpret I
the classics as well as more mod- fici
ern types of music in their widely Sm
appealing repetoire. tan
ProL-ram HIi hli rhts


aet


Highlights on the Whittemore.
and Lowe program include the fol- cavaliers
lowing selections: Sonata in E- Continued from Page ONE
Flat Major (for flute and clavi-
chord) by --Bac h; Roumanian barrassing situation from arising
Rhapsody No. 1 by Enesco; Claire by presenting either their activity
de Lune by Debussy; Pastorale by cards, or other suitable identifica-
Stravinsky; and Bolero 'by Ravel tion when they are asked for it.
Popular songs featured on the The Cavaliers will have a groep of
program will be "That Old Black picked members present b o t h
Magic" by Arlen and "Lover" by nights to conduct the dance in a
Rodgers. proper manner. The environment
will be conducive for married stu-
L dents and these students are urged
pharmacy IC iC to attend this function.
Facilities Loaned
The Mortar and Pestle, society University students are asked to
of the school of pharmacy, enjoy- keep in mind the fact that these
ed their annual .picnic Saturday, facilities are loaned by the student
April 26, at Goldenhead Branch body of the Yonge School. Bill
S ate Park. Both members of the Hoffman, president of Cavaliers,
faculty and students enjoyed requests that off those attending
themselves. Many enjoyed playing abide by the rules of proper con-
softball and swimimng. duct.


Kamodhed


. By Bob Chadwick and Andy Serros


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ill-Day Progra

lated For Gold

lead State Park

By J. L, Clark
Saturday, May 10, the
11 e g e, of Engineering
ses its doors and adjourns
Gold Head Branch State
rk for the. annual Benton
gineering Society-spon-
ed Field Day.
Event Began in 1930's
having its inception in the '30's,
d Day is a day for rivalry in
cts and allied contests be-
en the departments of the Col-
of Engineering. Competition
:een for the cup awarded by
na Tau, national honorary en-
eering fraternity, the cup go-
into the permanent possession
;he department first .to win
d Day three times.
Civil Engineers Hold Cups
iasmuch as all cups previously
arded are in permanent pos-
sion of the Civil Engineers and
y have two legs on the present
as do the Chemical Engineers,
Id Day promises to be an all-
affair. The Industrials, to-
her with the Electricals and
Mechanicals, plan to give the
ils and the Chemicals a fight
the cup.
1947-8 Election Scheduled
program of swimming and
t races is scheduled together
h the finals of the volleyball
softball games. Following
ch at the all-day affair, the
tion of officers of the Benton
gineering Society for the 1947-
school year will take place.
engineering Classes Suspended
ndrew H. Hines, Jr., chairman
the Field Day committee for
Benton Engineering Council,
ounces that tickets to Field
, which will include transpor-
on and lunch, can be obtained
n BEC members. Classes will
suspended in the Engineering
ege and all pre-engineering
lents are cordially invited to
nd.

Iess Touirney
A campus-wide chess tourna-
nt is on tap for the near fu-
re, it was announced ,this
ek by John Montilla, recently
cted President of the campus
ess Club.
At the recent election of of-
ers, C. J. Eastman and H. E.
ith were appointed on impor-
nt committees.