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Title: The Florida alligator
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Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 1947
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Dixie, Florida Parties


Merge


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6 Vote Raltio
V OL. 38 NO. 26
A merger of the Florida O 38 NO 26
and Dixie parties on campus
into a ew political party to
be known as "The All-Stu-
dents Party," was an-
nounced last night by offi-
cials of both parties, follow-
ing ratification by the mem-
berships of the parties.
Stating that "the time has come
to stop the domination of the
camanpus by a few men who exert R ay s
an unbelievable amount of influ- ayeS
ence, John Norris, former Florida:
Party chairman, said that the
merger had been discussed pre-
viously and rejected by the Flor-
ida Party.


However, 'Norris said that the: R
action which took place in the .
Executive Council last Tuesday 0,, i
night when Gator Council mem-
bers attempted to oust John
Crews from office, precipitated ..
the merger which finally took
place. .
60-40 Ratio Set .
The "All-Students" Party, ac- ,
cording to Norris and Max Stone, "
former chairman of the Dixie .. ..1
Party, will be based on a 60-40 '" -
representation in favor of the .. ..
non-fraternity men on campus. ,
The ten Dixie fraternities will .. m j .
each have one delegate in the
nominating convention, which will : M.
be .open to the public, and the '..
non-fraternity members of the: .
All-Students" Party will be enti- l m
tied to elect 15 delegates to the _.- '.
convention.
"No Sacrifice of Principle" Pl ctuhred here are members of the cast of "The Hasty Heart" re-
Norris and Bob Ghiotto, original hearing one of the most humorous scenes in the play as they try to
chairman of the Florida Party, learn the "secret of the Seotehluman' s kilt." Left to right: Warren
ha thFelkel Leldon Matin. Tom Sims, Jack Mills, Sanford Schnier, Pat
emphasized, that the merger has tN heIea t d Florimbei --off.
been effected without any sacri- a
tice of the principles which led
o the formation of the Flo M e rida... o ..
Party in the spring. fa
"We thae or in of the Floriaing H eartv O pens 1F ur
"We have n8evx been an anti- H .
fraternity party," said Ghiotto,
"and our main planks 'were an a
open convention, proportional rep-
resentation and a representative
nominating convention; we retain By Harold Herman.
all these principles in forming theB
new 'All-Students' Party." When the house lights dim and the curtain rises on
Stone said that both parties felt the Florida Players' presentation of The Hasty Heart
Continued On Page EIGHT Monday evening, students will be able to witness one of
the most poignant and .human stories to come out of the
war performed by a well-typed cast.
The three-act comedy drama -
a l s TO I-I will have a four-day run at the PIA
P. K. Yonge auditorium with the ostponed FIP o,
first performance on Monday eve-
ning, May 12, at 8:15 p.m. and the G Confab Slated
next three the following evenings,
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs- Here M ay 16,17
day, at 8:15 p.m. The combined Student Govern-
The top Alligator positions for Ducats Sold in Unio The combined StuFlorida Ienter-olleiatern-
the Summer Gator were filled this ment and Florida Inter-Collegiate
week by the electoral board and Tickets are on sale in the Flor- Press Association's annual con-
the Board of Student Publications ida Union daily, except Saturday vention, which was postponed in
with Pen Gaines, recently elected and Sunday, from 2-6 p.m. Since April, will be held here Friday
the editor for the 1947-48 Alliga- all seats are reserved, students and Saturday, May 16 and 17, it
tor, being elec ed as editor-in- are urged to get their tickets as was reported at press time by
chief; Jack Harper, managing ed- soon as possible. Student admis- Herb Stallworth, convention chair-
Itor; and Sam Murrell, business sion is free, general admission, 50 man..
manager. cents. Attracting delegates from eight
Gaines, who now holds the posi- Under the direction of Lowel! Florida univer-
ionD of executive editor, was editor Matson of the University's depart- cities and col-
of an Army newspaper and has ment of speech, the play stars Lel-
served on numerous Florida news- don Martin as Lachie, the unrec- leges, the an-
papers, both as a staff writer and onciling Scottish soldier with a nual convention
editorial writer. In 1943, he was short time to live, and Florabel :-. will di s c u s s
appointed on the Stave Security Wolff as Sister Margaret, the ". problems faced
rdntt by Gor orHld toep nurse, and only feminine part in by the student
resent the boys in Florida. After the story. g o v e r n ments
his editorship of the Army paper a s ent
in 1945-46, he was promoted to the Others in Cast Nameddstu e n
AAF Headquarters in St. Louis, The rest, of the well-chosen cast h publications at
where he was awarded the Army includes Jack Mills as Tommy, e va i
Commendation Ribbon for his Pat O'Neal as Digger, Sanford s t a t e institu-
work in public relations. He is Schnier as Kiwi, Tom Sims as Stallworth tions-
Continued On Page FIVE Co:tinued On Page EIGHT The FIPA group, which held its
Sr winter convention here in Janu-


bator Architects Reverse

Stand On Proposed Law
By "Pen" Gaines
Better relations between students in the School of
Architecture a-'d Allied Arts, its faculty and outsiders
were, established here Wednesday morning when a mass
meeting of the architectural student body elected a rela-
tions committee and went on record as opposing a bill now
in the legislature, which has a di- i
rect effect on student graduates. registration without examination
The bill, which had already to graduates upon completion of
passed the House and has been practical experience.
under consideration by the Sen- Previously Supported Bill
ate Committee of Education, The architectural student body
would have granted architectural Continued On Page FIVE


ary, will hold a regular round ta-
ble discussion, formal meeting and
act on any new publicity policies.
The schedule for the two-day
convention will be announced next
week, it was pointed out.

Semi oleWill Be
Ready In August
The 1947 Seminolo will be
ready for distribution Curing
the month of August. All stu-
dents leaving school or graduat-
ing this June should leave their
mailing address and postage fee
at the Business Office. The mail-
in; fes is $.25 in the State of
Florida an $.50 anywhere else
in the United States.


MAY 9, 1947






e-d


L 'e%4 earse for "Hasty Heart"'


Hardly had Dean of Students R. C. Beaty left the room
after telling th.e newly-sworn-i-i officers of the student
body last Tuesday night that the existence of the Univer-
sity's student government was in danger, unless unified,
when Gator Party men in the r-w executive Council made
an abortive attempt to unseat
John J. Crews as president of the
M arvin Benson student body.
k, _e',ds Resolution
Named Gator Holding a paper, Jordan Ans-
it'" __ Arts and Science member
P.f hami of the Council, read a prepared
arty ma resolution to
Marvin ienson will lead the Ga- .'t"..:: t effect that
tor party in the 1947 Summer Ses- a Cucld-
sion campaign. the Council de-
Benson, wno has been one of the clare a vacancy
during previous semesters, w a s e, existent in of-
most active men in party affairs fice of P r es i-
unanimously chosen as summer ..e ,- dent of the Stu-
chairman at Monday's party dent Body. Ans-
meeting. Also designated as new bacher read
party leaders were Ciff Harp, from the paper
vice chairman and Larry King, haltingly n a
Announces Monday Meeting manner which
Benson immediately announced dictated that
that there will be an organization- he was not fa-
al meeting next Monday, May 12 e was not fa
at 7:30 p.m. at Thomas Lounge. At m iIi a r with
+iht ^meetn na nomrninatin conmmit- Cr8ws what was writ-


tee will be chosen and plans will
be made toward selecting summer
Continued On Page FIVE


ten on the paper.
Crews as presiding officer de-
Cor.tinued On Pager EIGHT


New "All-ampus"

Pary Sets Up


Board Of Control To Decide

Number Of Coeds Admitted

By Ted Shurtleff
While awaiting Governor Milliard Caldwell's signa-
ture to make coeducation final, University of Florida stu-
dents are busy with conjectures about the number of girls
to be admitted and where they will stay.
The bill to establish coeducation
at U. of F. and FSCW shot
Ua BBthrough the Legislature this week
without; a w-er:ous hand to stop it.
'lThe House ot iKpresentataves
passed it by a vote of 80 to 7
Tuesday and the Senate, with Sen.
ce James A. Franklin guiding the
., en s measure, gave it a unanimous vote
the next day and sent it to Gov.
A joint senate-house building Caldwell for his approval.
committee discussed yesterday the O K. Expected
Caldwell is expected to give it
possibilities of stopping work on hiC adellh isexpete to e ag
the $1,600,000 auditorit- -gymna- termed the bill as the "sensible
siumn at the Universtiy of Florida, solution" to the coeducation con-
but took no positive action c.nd- troversy.
ing a conference with the Board The important points of the bill
,of Control, according to an Asso- are these:
ciated Press story from Tallahas- 1. Coeducation will be estab-
see. lished at both University of Flor-
Members of the group, the diz- ida and Florida State College for
patch said, informally agreed that Women, effective July 1.
contracts for the construction of i 2. FSCW will be callad "Florida
a $1,455,000 supreme~court build- State University."
ing in Tallahassee and a $1,600,- 3. No schools, colleges, depart-
000 music building at the Florida ments or divisions will be ex-
State College for Women should changed between the universities
be cancelled. or 'removed from one and given to
Priority List the other.
The committee said it planned 4. The number ot remaieg at
to draft a priority list of all fu- Florida and males at Florida State
ture state buildings projects and University will be determined by
suggested that corrective institu- the State Board of Control.
tional needs should come first Causes Speculation
ahead of educational institution It is this last rule which is
requirements. causing the speculation here. No
A proposed $1,810,000 new State 1 hint has come from the Board of
Board of Health building in Tal- Control as to how many girls they
lahassee also was definitely re- will allow to enroll or where they
jected by the committee. will live so Gator men are making
Action Not Final I their own guesses and suggestions.
Action by the joint committee is While many have no ideas, but in-
not final and any recommenda- stead express confidence in the
tions must be concurred in by ability of the board to form a
both the house and senate. workable plan, some would house
Rep. Sheppard of St. Augustine the girls in temporary dormitories,
said about $25,000,000 will be while others would put them in
available for construction during Murphree, the most modern of the
Continued on Page Twelve Continued On Page FIVE


UNIV."OF.FL'QRIDA, GAINES1ILLE, FLORIDA


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v rL J~ k I Iguests. DrJ r. Gron will give
PKA's Sch-d Uu e Annual M other's Day'Reception the invitation iolled by-.robher
bei T The Pi Kappa Alpha homuise will itv of Flor:das oldest traditional President L. Eugene. Floyd of Andrew Adkins of Starke, who
F be the scene of their 31st annue s.social functions. Last year over Jacksonville Beach will give the will present the main dress.
Mother s Day Reception this after .j mothers and guests of the welcoming address. Mrs. Howard Pi Kappa Alpha extends a cor-
noon. members and pledges attended the A. Thullberry of Lake Wales will dial invitation to all Gainesville
I d P C This event is one of the Univer- affair. respond for the mothers and mothers and friends of the frat -

Alpha Kappa Psi, professional ,
business fraternity, will hold its
annual picnic at Camnip Wauberg
Saturday afternoon. All members
and pledges planning to attend
should meet in front of Florida a
Union between 1 and 1:30 Satur-
day afternoon.
Initiation Date Set
At the meeting this week an in-
tiation date was set for the new
pledges, at 6:30 p.m. Monday, May
-- _--r the Florida Union. Immedi-
ately following the ceremony a-
banquet will be held at the Colonial
Room of the Hotel Arlington in
honor of the new- members and,
retiring officers. ..
New officers elected for the 47-
48 school year are: Bob Wheeler,
president; Terry Lyle, vice presi- ..,-
dent; Jack Robbins, secretary;
Willard White, treasurer; Charles
Sweet, master of rituals; Calvin
Espy, warden; Charles Eldridge,; W o
efficiency chairman.
New Pledge Named i
The new pledges are: Grover E .
Baker, J. B. Lenahan, William C i i
Watson, William S. Wightmar M: -
ami; Johnny L. Dees, Harry E trsC,
James K. Richards, Tampa; Lewis Ill lO a
H. Gathrie, Nick M. Vincent, Jack- our Larogest Seiii iG tarette"
sonville; Grady Brannen, Lake
Butler; Robert P. Ferreira, Fer- erman Bilingsley's STORK LU IN NEW YORK
nandina; W. J. Flynn, Tallahas- Sherman Billingsleys CLUB IN NEW YORK
'see; Raymond Hooten, Florala, A
eAla.; Robert W. Lewis, Ft. Pierce Robert H. Cobb HOLLYWOOD'S BROWN DERBY ,
John Wayne Mixson, Campbell- p
town; Frank J. Milewski; Clear-I
water; Harold C. Pope, PanamaI
City: Clarence Rehwinkl, Craw- J
fordville; Robert P. Satterfield,
Edenton, N. C.;William H. Sei-
bert. St. Marys, Ohio; Oharles E. '
Jamison.
Faculty Members Pledged
Faculty members pledged are: J.
Lanham, Clifton Oliver, Jr., J. f
Richardson, and Ralph Turlington.
These men will be invested with
membership a,t the same time as
the present pledge class.



Fo- Seminnles
Al Sheehan, business manager
of the Seminole, announced this I
week that anyone wishing ex-
tra copies or who is not quali-
fled to receive the 1947 Semi-
nole may make subscriptions bN .'"
paying $4 at either his office in
the basement of tMte tlorlda
Union or the business office in
Lamruage Hall before May 15.
This pertains mainly to grad-
nate students and faculty. Only
students who have paid their T.
student activity fees are qual-
fied to receive a 1947 Seminole.




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May i11th

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Real Estate CI

Speech On Ta
Warren P. Honeycutt M. A. I
sultant from St. Petersburg, add:
Club last Monday evening. Mr. H
practically ever city in Florida an
assessing the real estate tax val-%
ues in the town of Belle Glade.
Tells Evaluating Methods
The major portion of his ad-
dress was devoted to the method of
evaluating for tax purposes. He
also pointed out that citizens are
demanding trained competent tax
assessors thus providing good op-
portunities for graduate real ,es-
tate majors fromthe. University. of
Florida.
Guests iof Farm Group
The members of the Real Estate
Club were guests of the Board of
Directors of the Gainesville Na-
tional Farm Loan Association at
the annual stockholders meeting
held at the American Legion Hall
last Wednesday afternoon.
Stockholaoers consist of farmers
from the northern part of the
state who have made the low cost
loans from the Federal Land Bank
through this Gainesville organiza-
tion. The main feature of the meet-
ing was the address by Julian
H. Scarbourough, president of the
Federal Land Bank of Columbia.
Barbecue Featured
Other distinguished guests in-
cluded: Judge Harry D. Reed, gen-
eral counsel of the Farm Credit
Administration; J. P. Ferguson,
state manager for Florida; Dr
Chace- and -Dr. Ashburn of.-- the
Real Estate Department'of the
University of Florida. A barbecue
and a quiz program with awards
of twenty one silver dollars were
provided for entertainment.

Visitors Take
Tests Protest
SYRACUSE, N. T. (ACP)-A
couple of Colgate men have gone
back to Hamilton with a slightly
distorted idea of how Syracuse
.University operates.
Coming here for the Bolte
speech, they went to Maxwell au-
ditorium, where the address was
scheduled. Upon entering the hall
they were handed copies of typ-
ical poli sci exam papers.
::Pi,,tr .-ets ,'ere 't', no-avail. In
their efforts to explain the situa-
tion, their only answer from the
professor in charge was, "We've
gone over this several times in
class."
Bewildered, they fled from there
auditorium with something about
double cuts hurled after them. Ilt
is rumored they are filing a pe-
tition for a half hour of credit in
poll sci 165.

E. D. McRae
Student Representative
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,x Evaluation -ElecsDe i..Tru Plar
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dressed members of the Real Estate
[oneycutt has appraised property in iBy Ed Johnson
d with his staff is now engaged in ty in lessthan year Georgiarem ent O n Ju ne 15
Seagle Co-operative numbering
Summer Gator 57 students-is fast becoming one I Harry R. Trusler, dean of the
of the best known organizations University of Florida College of
Staff W ill M eet on the campus. Law since 1915, will retire on
t W i lM Kennerly Chosen June 15, President John J. Ti-
Bob Kennerly of Palatka has gert announced last Saturday.
All students who are planning been chosen president and house Considered one of the ablest lay
to attend summer school here manager of the organization to school administrators in the South
and who are interested in jour- succeed Bob Herndon of Sanford. Dean Trusler joined the faculty o:
nalan of any type, the gather- Jim Lockman of Tampa replaces the University in 1909, the yea]
ing, writing, e-uing and pub- John Herbert of Jacksonville as the late Dr. A. A. Murphree be.
fishing the campus newspaper, vice-president. Charles Everett of came president.
are requested to attend a brief Orlando was re-elected secretary- Named dean in 1915, he had
organizational meeting Monday treasurer. watched the Couege of Law
night, at 7:30 in the Alligator Co-Op Board grow from a small, two-year
Room, No. 8, basement of Flor- The guiding hand of the group, course with 33 students to a
orships for the Summer Gator the voice that fits the planks into three-year course with a full
are stillopen. ummer Gator their proper positions, is the Co-op Dcurriculum.
are still open. Board. The men selected include Dean Trusler, who will be 65 or
Pen tuames, Editor Emmet Herndon, Sanford, chair- A.uglust 16, was born in Kansas
-d man; Pete Broc k, Sanford; :and reared in the Salt River Val-
Sixe nCharles McNel, Dade City; Charles ley near Phoenix, Ariz. He was
ta JOzaki, Eau Gallie; Douglas Reed, graduated from Arizona Norma:
i H B Reading, Pa.; Leonard Hart, Bar- School in 1902. He received de-
Itow. grees from Oskaloosa College anc
SSeven "temporary" members I the University of Michigan, where
Were voted into ful membership he served as editor of the Michi-
y Ls r !ig VJ after spending one semester on gan Law Review.
,probation. They are: Al Brock; Practiced Law
Los Picaros de Quevedo, the Ray Duke, Enterprise; Richard After practicing law for twc
University's honorary Spanish fra- I Gerber, Alma, Okla.; Horace years in Enid, O.kla., he accepted
ternity, honored their new mem- Deudney, Miami; Ben Mercer, Bar- a position as professor of law at
bers with a dance at the Amer-. tow; Donald Padgett, Pahokee; Dean H. R. Trusler Stetson University in DeLand. He
can Legion Hall on April 27, fol- Edward Johnson, DeLand. joined the University faculty from
.lowing initiation ceremonies for 16 --- there.
.new members. D His administration as dean of
25 Girls Attend aS ar a the University College of Law has
Twenty-five girls, members of Ed Y been marked by insistence thai
the newly founded chapter at ecte oun Dance gthe function of a college is tc
taahney Lfos P car pter teach. He has urged that his fac-
Tallahassee, Los Picarosde Loped ulty specialize and has main
de Vega, attended the dance. Spec- o rats eaJukebox Dance t s c en a a
ial guests present included: Prof. Dave Harman was chosen presi- tadin strong courses in local law
and Mrs. Francis Hayes, the fra- dent of the Young Democrats trailer Vet II students and their gined American Ba Associatio
ternity's faculty adviser; Prof. Club for the next school year at Tailer Vet students and their gaed American Ba Associatio
and Mrs. Pedro V. Fernandez; the May 5 meeting. Other officers wives, holding their own portion of accrediting of the college and in-
Miss Carmen L. Rivera, Director elected were Bill Scruggs, vice- Spring Frolics'week-end, staged a sisted on the high standards ,that
of the Spanish House at FSCW; president, Dick Broome, secretary, Jukebox Dance last Saturday today make the college a ranking
and Miss Sarah Hale, President of and Bob Fishkind, treasurer. night in the Fiorida Union Annex law school in the nation.
the Tallahassee Chapter. Plans Executive Committee at the air base. Dean Trusler held that students
The Legion Hall wks decorated Following his election, Harman With the dance proving a corn- ou of usable lawand has pro
with the flags of. the 21 Amer- began making plans for the for- plete success, it was announced by amounted a prof usable law atmond has pro-e
ican Republics as the main motif. mation of an executive committee the citizens of the Trailervet coin- whe ted es andtradt s of
The music was provided by "Stor- to be made up of the chairmen of munity that more local dances where the ideals and traditions of
my" Forth and his orchestra, the various committees. It will in- will be held at the air base. the profession could be lived and
which played both Latin and Am- clude the program, project, pub- their Events Planned Speciassimilat alst
erica tunes, giving the dance an licity, good will, and correspond- Future recreation being planned Specialist
atmosphere of a real Pan Ameri- ence chairmen, and the student by the community includes a Camp He was a specialist in school
can Fiesta. committeeman, Max Brewer. Fire Sing Song Sunday night, law, and much of his early re-
* Prof. Fernandez Initiated Herb Kimmel has been named May 11, and an all-day outing at search has resulted in revision of
Prof. Fernandez was initiated chairman of the publicity commit- the Wilson Carey Memorial Park, laws pertaining to schools. Dean
as an Associate member, and the tee but the other chairmen have Sunday, May 18. Trusler has published articles
following students were given ac- not been chosen. Billy Mathews, director of Flor- widely on a variety of legal sub-
tive membership: Gines Renasco, Have 83 Members ida Union, has assured the main ects and his text On school law
Edward T. Davis Chile; Eduardo The Young Democrats, who are Union's assistance organizing has been used in over 20 schools
J.-k;n., Costa Rica; Miss Mona now 83, strong, are planning to ex- such recreational facilities at the throughout the nation.
Feigi's-.ii. New London, Conn.; pand their- membership -further. air base. During the 38 years he has
CGr..,ld E. Clarke, Jacksonville; Ju- interest has been directed toward Fetitys win'Contest served the College of Law its 1,321
lian-Diaz, Earl Garcia, David Gon- inviting prominent state political At the Saturday night dance, a graduates have become a force in
zalez, Barney Haimovistz, Johnny figures such as Fuller Warren and waltz contest was won by Mr. and the state, including prominent mu-
Ranon, Joe Suarez, and Jose P. Tom Watson to speak before the Mrs. Lester Fetty, with a set of nicipal and county officials, a
Vazquez, Tampa; Joe Tudisco, group. glassware baking dishes as prizes. United States senator members of
O'cala; Robert E. Fortes, Orlando; New Constitution Door prizes were awarded drawing Congress, a past governor, a fed-
and Wlater E. Wyles, St. Peters- A new constitution was propos- cards, with Bucky Pike and Dave eral judge and numerous county
burg. ed, read, and unanimously ratified Bryan as winners. Mr. and Mrs. and circuit judges.
by those present. Plans were also Fred Slagsval were given the A member of numerous profes-
Ti* d discussed for a summer registra- booby prize for being the last sional organizations and local civic
Sigert Honored tion drive in Gainesville. couple to arrive, and church groups, Dean Trusler
President John J. Tigert has is listed in Who's Who.
been made an honorary member Tampa Girl Is TEP Sweetheart
for life of the National Associa-
tion of Presidents of State Univer- Inaugurating a tradition already has been elected "prettiest girl of Want To Exchange
sites. established by Tau Epsilon Phi the graduating class." Now 17, she
Dr. Tige-t is a past president chapters on campuses throughout was crowned May Queen of Tam- My Fur.ished Apartment at Stanford
of the association and has served the country, Tau Alpha voted Bar- pa at the age of 11. vMy furnshed ApartmentotStHofod
on its advisory committee for bara Kaufman of Tampa T E P Barbara was escorted by Her- University foridprtment or Vicuse
years. Sweetheart of Spring Frolics last bert Goldburg, also of Tampa. at da or
Saturday night as a culmination iY"
of the week-end affair. Write Immediately to
w Spring, Summer Presented with a sweetheart pin lii Del Pledg
by the chapter, her name will be rP Delts P edge H. H. Stickney
TE LINE inscribed on a sterling silver dish
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one of the mniversitys pioneer ber. The student meets all classes, SATURDAY
departments. prepares all materials, -and car-
Established In 1905 ries out all of students enrolled in research program of the College '0-ign serenade
Established as a department the College from kindergarten of-Education is its Public School 6:15-Early Bird Reporter
when ,the Univelrsity was founded through the twelfth grade in high Service program, which makes di- 6:30-Reveille
in 1905, the College of Education school and in all subject areas. rect contacts with the school sys- 7:00-Toby Dowdy
was originally designated as the teams of the state in 'solving edu- 7:30--hurch of the Nazareneews
'sOlving edu- 7:30-Church of the Nazarene
Nwas originally designated as theex- The Laboratory school has a national problems and assists in 8:00--News
pressed purpose of training theahex- total enrollment of approximate-. numerous ways. 8:05-Shopper's Serenade
ers. Courses were oftferedahrough ly 650 students in all grades levels Aids Teachers, Administators 8:15- ockwatcher
os.ourses re offered through i r Vc m Aids Teachers, Administrators 8:45-Frank Parker
-the College of Arts and Sciences and serves as a modern school in Teachers and administrators in 9:r.o-Mary Lee Taylor
but in 1913 upon the completion Gamesville's school system. The the state have been guided in 9:30-Hour with the Master
but in 1913 upon the completion building was completed in 1934 their problems through confer-
of Peabody Hall, one of the old- u -dn was omplete in 19d their problems through confer-
o Peabody Halln one of the old- at a total cost of $350,00.', and ences, materials, demonstrations,
est buildings on the campus, the through an intensive and compre- and surveys -for the development
College became an independent di- hensive program of secondary ed- ofmore effective school programsG
vision, housed in Peabody Hall ofmore effective school programsTHE
and known as Teachers Coallege. tion during the years since its in their areas.
aDuring the next thirteen years dedication, it has become recog- 'Other activities of the research "PO "
as the areas of teacher train nized as of the outstanding dem- program include the Sloan Foun-
educationhe arebroadenedf te andnewer onstration schools in the country. dation Project in Applied Econom-
ideas of a progressive curricula Practical Research Program ics, with which the College has co-,' ne
became more popular, the division Although the College of Educa- operated in preparing materials Gasotine
assumed the full status of a col- tion is noted for its curricula in and programs designed ,to better
lege and the College of Education educational training and preparing the standard of living, health, and' Srin -ul
was a reality on the Florida cam- teachers, it has also gained wide- sanitary-concepts of Florida's low- Serving Faculy and
pus. spread recognition for a sound, er-income rural population. The
Housed In P. K. Yonge practical, and progressive re- Foundation, approved by the State 238-N.'-9h O
Under ,the direction of -Dr. G. search program, which has in the Department of Education, is work- N.
Ballard Simmons, acting dean the .past ten years contributed much ing in several rural Florida areas. u IVERSfIT
College is administered by a 52 to improving-Florida's schools. Suporittendants' ,Conferences NI VE
full-time faculty and 21 staff Important in the' research work An important service to ;the -
members. ,Operating on a bien- carried out by the College is its. state rendered by the College has
nial budget of $305,550, the Col- Bureau of Educational Research, been the series of County Super- 9.r't7
lege today is housed in the comr- established in 1935-36. The -Bu- intendents Conferences held in
.pletely equipped and modern P. K. reau, an integral part of the fac- Gainesville under the direction of J .-sff.
Yonge Laboratory School build- ilities of the College, offers many faculty members of the 'College,- 'il-- .
*ing which offers teacher training and varied opportunities 'for re- whereby Florida county -school JS
opportunities, from kindergarten search and investigation of school superintendents can -bring their '
through the senior year in high problems. school-problems in a, mutual ex-
school. Another phase of -the practical change of ideas and 'solutions.
Embracing a five-point program
of progressive education, the C .... .
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ciples: functional pre service '- '
training for teachers, supervisors,
and administrators; opportunities ......
for graduate study leading to the
degree of Doctor of Education; in- .-w '
service training for large numbers
of Florida's teachers; research,
surveys,, and studies in Florida's DRY CLEAN ING -,l
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improved t e a.c h i n g techniques
through the production of new ma-
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school, modern in every respect,
where undergraduates can under-
go periods of supervised instruction Universilry Branch
before graduation. Air Base Office '
During the periods in under-: Off ice
graduate work, students gain val- 190 W ABuilding 143
un ble practical experience in 1910 W. Univ. Ave.
teaching by actually instructing
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ought t, the BOB CLARK student driver New Freshness!
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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR 5
MostFRecent Aerial View ofCampus Shows Flavet I LI ALATO


( ielon Proposes US.



erld i Afeairs.Proigra

By Dee Van Wagenen
Stating that the world is now ste ilg a social revolu-
tion and that the United States should be prepared to loan
billions of dollars to carry out a policy of social politics,
Prof. William G. (Wild Bill) Carleton told the Intcrna -
tional Relations Club before a packed Union Auditorium
last Monday night that most
Americans tend to sidestep ser-
S elious thinking on the world situa-
"'I>Iay Wise Social Polities
tg a"We can compete with Commu-
C rnism with advantage only when
we learn to play wvise social poli-
b.a I ,tics," stated Prof. Carletoni, who
K w EJ r nent on to say that when this
country becomes used to world
eyw ReDben (ap u to leadership, it will learn to stop
Communism by this method.
The Newell E nomooogical So- Breaking up into four major
ciety will play host to the seventh areas, the Western Hcmisphere,
nnunl Flor'.da ntomological the Soviet dominated areas. est-
Conference. May S a nd 9. This is ern Europe, and the former (colon-
tthe first conference since the war. ial areas, Carleton pointed out
S memoriall Seravices Today at the UnteCd States au. Iit-
Today at 9 a.m. in the audito- hemisphere is the last great
riim of the Florida Union. Memo- st onghold of capitalism in a world
R trial Services will be h eld. A which is turning to socialisn .in
Tribute to the late Dri. ilmon various degrees.
b Newtel siil be presented by An' Carleton expressed the fear that
drew J. Rogers, professor of en- thi'e United Sates' policy of bac
tonmology, and a tribute to the late ig strong rightist groups, such as
A recent aerial view of the ever-expanding University of Florida is pictured above. Buildings in the J Lacy Barton, former student, royal familyco inGreecey lwa
middle and lower left are Flavet I, first of the, vet villageslto be built. In the background'the stadium, will be presented by Paul J. Hunt,causing this country to be looked
gyms,zhandball courts and dorms can be seen. In the upper lefihand corner is the ROTC drill field. treasurer of the society. upon with distrust by socialst ni-
gystreasurer of the society. n tions the world over, whoase.iend-
SPaper Reading Sessions ship the United States needs t
Coted B lsl. A TfewperWill are 'oo a pimo rn session s art- they are not to become close allies
Soe Bil m Truett ed at 10 a.m. in Room 308 of the with RtssiaS.
Continued From Page One ad SA 'uIi For Agricultural Building, W\Villianm B. Wold Affairs Program
residence halls, and house the Gresham, president of the Nevell A prograin to better the United
males now living there in the En tomologi cal Society, presiding. States' position in world afairs
A few extremists suggest let- 7:30 a banquet ill be held in tile established the following si'
AdfewonxtreFlora Ue r n elegnid A3 nex hanon points as necessary:
ting all the coeds live at the air Jim Truett, Tallahassee, was By Jack Harper graduate an n former, honoring i ace Sarmbers of
base, 3.7 miles from campus. elected president of Sigma Alpha The dormitory wolves won't graduatel Nwell Entomological Soietyber is doing no more than Russia.
Ne Epsilon fraternity at a chapter the Newell Entoioloical Society.n
New Dorms Asked mmer school election heldWed- howl this week-end! Tastmaster will be Dr. H. Har- Pr nty, as such a depreon in i
Funds asked of the Legislature inesday night, it was announced by I Buckman Hall's "Spring dance" old Hume, provost for agriculture would have ord ide effects.
by the University include one mil- John Gywo nn, retiring president. Ischeduled for May 10 in the ohe eds
lion dollars for a new dormitory. Gainesville American Legion Hall, 3. Proclaim the United Staes
This sum would be self-liquidating. Billings Vice Prexy which was especially designed to-. fhit friend of socialism.
Latest news from Tallahassee, Other chapter officers include: handle the social needs of dormi- -1. Le Lnd money for the social-
however, indicates that the build- James Billings, Miami, vice- pre.si- tory residents, has been postponed Continued from Page ONE intr of Eulop, as the's if s the
Sprora ri dent John Mc Tone, Tapa, until next Fall, Pete Mendoza, ad previously supported the bill, ly ansi t o revive the war
r ra L treasurer; BJ l Moor, Talahasee. dance chairman, anncnced this ut in a letter to te Stat Capi- torn areas.
mar-y concern' l .' _"Ri' E -, It 5- ( 'i' "a : 5.the ate a social democratic
as, is nearing a' i Eminent Recorder; Pen Gaines, week. tol, which followed a telegra 5. Crate a sal- democratic
s, is nearing a Busell, Eminent Correspondent; w Lack Of Interest wih I racing their support te form of go eranent in Japan,
stumbling block. 'Ben Smathers, Atlantic City, N. J., IThe reason given -for- postponing students stated that after delib- which will serve as a Wor':abie
Express Approval Eminent Warden; David Batchel- the affair was lack of interest re- ration and discussion with repre- formcl of government beth ,een
embers of the Committee oTler, Miami, 'Eminent Herald, and ting in the sale of only 70 of sentatives of the Florida Associa- ol a f con f
67 have expressedapproval of.the Roger Seidner, Windemere, chron- the 150 tickets put on the market. tion of Architects, the Florida other former co ial stas in
otept and joural-oThe date, coming sandwiched be- State Boad of Architecture an Asia. to copay.
pa sageof the billatand apTrecia- iclea. Ots s c h owated Boar of Wrchitecsture and tm
passage bill aprecia- itween spring frolics and final ex- tle faculty of the SchHoollof Ar-1 6 utte social Rlt ons i sino
facilities may be removed rom Other positions include: Dining cause of the poor showing., l to withdraw theil support for Loans of billions of dollars to
either school. A few, however, are Room manager, Simon Wooten, Invites Sent Out t ohe measure. 'o cialist countries were adv-Iated
wary of a phrase which says Tampa; House Manager, Bud All, this leaves the boys in Buck- Rea Ae t by the speaker, who said that
"there shall be no unreasonable Flynn, Tallahassee: social chair- ,man Hall in a dilemma. Last week Reach Agreement these loans, to be used for social
duplications"e in the two schools, man, Al Carlton, Wauchula; pb- numerous invitations went out heieby student g an ard professional t purposes, would create a ore
feeling, in particular, -that too licity, Pen Gaines; intramurals, Ifrom Gainesville to various local problems can be solved ithout lasting peace than any loans of
much leeway is left by the word Jim Billings; lawn chairman, Pet'e beauties in the boys' hometowns recourse to legislation, the group the Grecian type which is merely
"unreasonable." Brand, Miami Beach; pledge mas- asking them to come to Gatorland meeting resulted in a development postponing for a short while the
Si .ter, Wooten; chaplain, Joe Gor- for a week-end of fun and frolic. of closer relation between stu- social revolution. Before making
don, Jacksonville; rush chairmen, This week last minutes telegrams dents and the other branches of such a loan to Russia, a bargain
TWooten and Gedrge Zellner. Jack- were sent conveying "Dear Johns" the profession. It was pointed out should be struck, such as Russia's
Will the person thatpicked up La- sonville; scholarship, Bill Philyaw, or "TS" messages cancelling the that this harmonious agreement yielding on her demands for rep-
mond rOdom's clothes by mistake, Gainesville; Interfraternity Con- dates. followed the recent developments x.rations from .Germany.
please return them to The College ference representative, Al Carl- some Refuse To Cancel relative to the state law regulat- o "No Immediate Danger"
Inn Cleaner, ton; alumni chairman, Gene Pos,tponement or not, some of ing the practice of architecture, Prof. Carleton saw no immediate
Leedy, Bartow. the boys .of the more stubborn and both the students and facul- danger of war, but feared that
"". -breed have refused to cancel their ty, in fighting this measure, pro- Europe would undergo an econom-
Gager A authors dates and will function anyway. dressed into an united body. ic collapse within 18 to 24 rnonthmi,
e -A- Mendoza said the idea of-a do'- Forehand Is-Chairman and feared the results of such a
""-r-'cle war University practice, vwil be relations consisted of 'Art Fore- wxas still standing away froi: the
EXAMINATIONS revived in the Fall when there will hand. of Port St. Joe as chairman, socialist nations with whom It
The May issue of "School Science, be no conflicts. and Gene R. Leedy of Bartow, as could be friends.
and Mathematics," the official secretary-treasurer. Other mem- .
Sept. 22.- 25 ournaof the Central Association P bers of the committee include: quoted Anet as telling the cor-
of Science anid Mathematics Teach- ator. ty Howarid Butler of Key West, Bob mittee.
Twelve Weeks' Review ers, carries an 18-page article on Continued From Page ONE A-ele of Miami Beach, Hill Stig- Closer Relationship Now
"Computations With Approximate gins of Orlando, Paul Reilly, Mi- As settlement was reached in
Course Numbers," written by Dr. William candidates. All independents who ami and Jadmes Crooks, of Pensa- the temporary difference of opi-
A. Gager, associate 'professor' of re interestedin campus politics cola. ion, it appeared today that the, pc-
June 23 Set. 12 mathematics, University of Flor- toat end the meetin- i William T. Arnett, head of the litical row resulted in closer re-
23 Sept. U2 aiarchitectural school, told the sen- lationshtip between faculty, stu-
Byr Retires ate committee early this week dents and the public. It was also
Apply to: Bill Byrd, retiring party chair- that he opposed the bill which the pointed out that -this incident
A lad taking his marketing fi- nan, suggested that as many nel House passed almost without dis- could set an example for other
The School of nal came across the question: men as possible be taken into the sent at the request of the students. departments to gain better coop-
"What is Regulation W?" After the party in a stride toward main- The senators, however, would eration between these factions c-r
Government a tough struggle with the process- training a great party. not vote on the bill until they re- groups.
The George Washington ,University es of his mind, something snapped ceived confirmation from the stu-
and he wrote: "Regulation WV is S dents themselves.
Washington D. C. that regulation which states that Would Elfimiate ExamCRYSTAL
all WAC's must be in their quart- Continued from page ONE The bill would have -eliminated
ers by midnight. features writer on Seminole the requirement that graduates
tfeahres riter e e mino of the University Board of Archi- BROKEN?
m.staff. He succeedsMorty Freed- tecture pass the State Board of
His managing editor, Jack Har- Architecture examination, 1 u t BRING YOUR WATCH 'TO
His managing editor, Jack would add a requirement that
per, of Palatka, is a major in they would have to prove two C 0-,L E S
O Y D S A R ER SHO P ournalis and has much exper- years' practical experience in or-
.ence on daily and weekly-news- der to get a license. Jewelers
VS7 W..Unier6yAw papers. -He has written -both spot "I know of no qualified gradu-
Daily News and is now the campus ed to -pass the state board exami-
editor on the Alligator. He suc- nation," the Associated Press
ceeds Walter Crews. W.- W carry a complete stock of
Murrell comes up from thie posi-
tion of business manager on the watch crystals in -regular and
"F" Book. and with other recom- Will the person that 'picked up La- durex thickness.
We Write All Kinds Except Life mendations in the business field. mond Odom's clothes by mistake,
M 3 Ag In recent Spring Elections, he xas please return them to The College 423 W. University Ave.
M CntoSn Insurance Agenc elected to fill the position of bhosi- -Inn Cleammer. :-
206 E. University Ave. Phone 441 ness manager for the 1948 Semi-
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6 THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR



ihe Florida ll4/igtol

fE;ltrerCd as se.ooud Itass mail matter, January 30. 1915, at the post office
at Gainesville, Fia., 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 Wagenen, Johnny Walker; Assistant Editor, Ted
Sihurtleff; Assislant Managing Editors, Jimt 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 Koivkubany;-Co-Assistant Sports Editors. Jordan Bittel and Ray
Jacobson; Campus Editors, Neil Evans, Jack Harper and Sanford Schnler;
Copy Editor, Leo Selden: Proof Editor. Bill Dunlap; Re-VWrite Editor,
Jack Bryan; Intramurals Editor. Bill Boyd; Society Editor. Jean WVhit-
more; Amusements Editor, Les Gleichenbaus; Exchange Editor, Lou Mei-
sel; Office Manager, Shep Faber; Head Typist, Leo Osheroff; Music Edi-
tor, Gerald Clarke; Fraternity Editor, Horance Davis.


BUSINESS STAFF
Ken iichards, Assistant I!'-siness Manager; Albert Carlton. Advertis-
Ing Manageri Walter Martin. (' leetion Manager; George Gillespie, Book-
keeper; John Bonner 'ireiil *" Manager; Ted Vetter, Assistant Ciren-
lat4on Mianager: WVal 1 It -. officee Mannger; Charles Eldredge, Chick
Cnlvit, ltudy Ther-'"rry. .,r, Ansbacher, Solicitors.



It's Time For Coo eration

The action which occ 'rred at the meeting of the first
Executive Council last Ti esday evening, in which an at-
tempt was made to remove the man who had been certi-
fied as President of the Student Body by the previous
Executive Council was a shameful and harmful thing for
the University.
The outgoing Council, which is authorized to canvass
the ballots of the spring elections certified John Crews as
winner of the election by a three-fourths vote of the Coun-
cil when only a two-thirds vote is called for by the Consti-
tution. This, plus the fact that the outgoing Council was
predominantly Gator, plus the fact that almost two weeks
elapsed in which a protest could have. been made to the
Honor Court concerning the validity of there Council's can-
vass, would seem to indicate that Crews was acknowl-
edged as victor even by his opponents.
It is time that both sides recognizes the fact that such
squabbling makes University students look like nincom-
poops in the eyes of people all over the state who say,


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",Don't get me wrong, sister! The picnic is a swell idea, but
if you wear my slacks, what do I wear?"


VFW Gives $250


To Loan Fund

The University of Florida Post
Number 6671, Veterans of For-
eign Wars, has recently made a
donation of $250 to the Tolbert
Memorial Fund.
This donation was taken from
the accumulated surplus of the
University VFW post. Realizing
that a large number of the loans
made from the Tolbert Fund are
to veterans, the organization de-
cided to increase the loan fund
with this donation.
IFC Starts Fund
The Tolbert Memorial Loan
Fund was started during the de-
pression when a small number of
students found themselves finan-
cially embarrassed to the extent
that they would have to leave
school if small loans could not be
made. The initial contribution of
$300 was made by the Interfrater-
nity Conference. Little by little
the loan fund has been built up
to approximately $11,000. Funds
have been obtained from many
sources such .as surplus receipts
from dance week-ends, sale of lost
articles, private donations, etc.
Terms 01 Loans
Loans are made to students on
the basis of honor and character.
A minimum amoun or' red tape
is involved in securing a loan. No
collateral is .required, but loans
are supposed to be repaid within
the semester made. Perpetuation
of the fund is dependent upon the
honesty and cooperation of s.u-
dents in making payments when
due.

Professor Says

I. Q. Tests Are
Over Emphasized


AUSTIN, Texas (ACP-As long
as the trend toward creating a hy-
By Les Gleichenhaus pothetical "average" man instead
of studying the far-reaching dif-
IT'S TASTY--THIS HASTY HEART-Dropped into PK Yonge the | ferences between individuals con-
other evening to witness the dress rehearsal of the next week never- tinues, we shall continue to deal
to-be-forgotten Florida Player's forthcoming "The Hasty Heart." el- i ineffectively with society, says
don Martin, the Lachie of the production will have your sympathy and Roger J-r. Williams,-professor of
the only difference between Katherine Hepburn and Florabel Wolff chemistryrat the University 'of-
is -that the illustrious Katie has an MGM contract. Professor Lowell Texas. Society is composed of
real, not hypothetical individuals.
Matson is of course tearing his hair out trying to make production ,the In the field of personality, Dr.
fines ever to be put on the boards of the University of, Florida and if Williams said, not much emphasis
last nights preview ;s a sample, you are in for a terrific time starting should be placed on intelligence
Monday running through Thursday. You're a wise Gator if you have quotient tests. Intelligence is not
your ,ticket now. They'll be harder to get than service at. the College sepa unitarateabualitiesy, but a moai of
Inn. "Science can, if it will, make
tremendous contributions to a
CALIFORNIA-HERE I'VE BEEN-R. Milland, the pin up boy of better understanding of human be-
every gin-mill from Starke to Homestead steps with convincing ease ings," he said. Satisfactory hu-
into the character of Jonathan Trumbo, who rides, fights, shoots and man relationships must rest upon
loves with equal daring and effect. That is, ,until he meets B. Stanwyck, derstandinersg cannotbe fullyThis uat-
,whose Lily Bishop is a lovely (?) hard bitten (ugh huh), lady tained without .the utilization of


"Well, looks like those University boys still haven't learned (Hmmm) gambler with a past (which is as long as my future). Be- all the tools of science to study
how to govern themselves." It is time also that the poli- tween the two there ensues a violent emotional struggle, beginning real individuals.
ticians recognize the fact that the new president of the with detest and scorn, and developing eventually (about 11% hours Fifte Initiated
University, whoever he may be, may discontinue a student later) into a love as burning as the original hate. Their hot romance i een Initiated
government which exists on such a wobbly foundation. is unfolded against the like background of California early history, By B Ad Frt -
John Crews has been certified the winner in the presi- when a vicious war raged over the question of the territory's admis- By US Ad Frat
dential race by the Chancellor of the Honor Court and sion to the Union. Its "California" a,t the Florida.IFifteen business administration
by the Executive Council, as provided in the Constitution. LYCEUM PRESENTED. Arthur Whittemore and Jack Lowe students were- initiated into Beta
Rather than opposing him on purely political grounds, LYCEUM ESE ED . Arthur Whittemore and Jack Lowe Gamma Sigma, national honorary
his opposition should, for the sake of the University's fu- in the University Auditorium last Monday and Tuesday evening. The fraternity in the field of business
ture, seek means of creating a cooperative spirit within program was varied to suit the taste of every music lover. The au- last Monday evening at annual
dience was theirs when they played the opening number "Overture ,to ceremonies, Dr. John B. McFer-
Alexander's Feast" by Handel. Their intrepretation of "Lover" was nounced today.
as delicate as your mother's favorite lace cloth. Of course, I had to Liimlted Membershil
go backstage and interview the famous duo. My target for questions Membership in the fraternity Ms
SI was ,the short Jack Lowe-the talkative one. limited to the upper ten per cent
Coed Bill Passed By Legislature of the senior class and the upper
Q. "Do you prefer a Steinway or Hammond?" three per cent of the junior class.
Principal speaker at the initia-
Coeducation, as soon as the Governor signs his name A. "I speak too." tion will be Professor Winston W.
to the bill passed by the Legislature, will have finally Q. "Yes, ofcourse. Is it true that you dip your hands in Uraniu e, who will spe osoal sthe eco-
become a reality after 40 monastic years. before you play"? nomic problems of India.
The bill as passed, provides that the Florida State Col- Initiates Named
lege for Women become the Florida State University. This A. "I speak, .too"? The initiates include: Denver F.
could have been dangerous for the University in that it Baxter and Robert T. Lyle, Jack-
wold hae opened the door for dividing our present col- Q. "What are your other abilities? sonville; William A. Bluemle,
would have opened the door for dividing our present col- Tampa; William J. Braley, Frank-
leges and facilities with the ne-w "University." A. "I, speak too." lin J. Dawson, and Joe C. Jenkins,
Much credit is due the Committee of 67 under Co- Jr., Gainesville; Charles D. Dar-
Chairmen Jack Lucas and John Crews, to Florida Blue With that interview I decided that maybe Spring Frolius were not Seffner; Robert P T Ferreira, Fer
Key under the leadership of Paul Rogers, and to Presi- over and that I was still tipping the 'Old Crow over my left shoulder nandina; Lester W. Florrid, Ft.
dent of the Student Body Harry Parham, all of whom in so I hurridly tripped over the many members of the Lyceum Council Lauderdale; William D. Hixon,
the course of many trips to the Legislature made known and took off in my fortissimo for points un-obligated. Naples; ohn W. Rife, Miami; Carl
D. Ryan, Arcadia; Ovid P. Scar-
the views of the Student Body on this vital issue. THE LIPS OF A STRANGE WOMAN DRIP HONEY, AND HER borough, Jr., Tallahassee; and
In spite of charges by Tellahassee interests to the con- MOUTH IS SMOOTHER THAN OIL, BUT HER BIT.E IS A BITTER Eugene F. Sefrna, Frostproof.
trary, they fought consistently for coeducation here and AS WORMWOOD SHARP AS A TWO EDGED SWORD.-O'ne .
at FSCW, so long as such a move. would not disintegrate of the most absorbing subjects in modern fiction and the drama re- Senior Interviews
the University of Florida. cently has been what psychiatrists call the "split personality." Gen-SetF
As a result, the bill as finally passed, prohibits trans- erally speaking the character is in quick succession both fascinating S oet r vM onday
fer of any facilities from one institution to the other and and ruthless, but none as yet has been so utterly beguilling as Jen- A leading manufacturer will
forbids alH "unreasonable duplication" at either institu- ny Hager, the heroine of Gen Ames Williams best selling novel, "The hold group meeting of Seniors
tion. Strange Woman," about whom it was said: She turned a thousand interested Sales work leading
It will be interesting in coming years to find out just faces to the world-innocent and evil-strange and desirable! With Monday evening 5 to 6 p.m.,
what is considered "reasonable" along these lines, and Hedy Lamarr at the Florida Sunday. Florida Union. Salary, bonus,
what is construed to be "unreasonable." profit sharing and car furnished.


i:







The Cafeteria Situation THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR
Recently the University Cafeteria upped its prices approximately y T
ten per cent. The reason given for this boost, according ,to Mr. W. P. t Ui p SL to
Long, cafeteria manager, was that the cost of food supplies has in- IS I0 I
creased since the removal of OPA ceilings in October, 1946. T *
In a letter to THE ALLIGATOR this week, reader Ray M. Hardy
asked us to answer several questions with reference to the cafeteria
price boost. Mr. Long volunteered to answer these questions and his By Barbara Wickam Ask Questions About Prices
answers appear in a footnote to the Hardy letter. 'ally Correspondent I
In his letter, Hardy said, that stories in the Miami Herald, Florida COMPROMISE has been reach-
Times Union, and Tampa Tribune indicate that prices are going down. ed by the Legislature, it seems Do Dear Mrty,
Mr. Long's comment on this was, "It's more or less newspaper talk." you suppose we could do the'
He added that prices have gone down on some pork items, ut prices sa-sme? The Education Commit- WVe have all been fed the "Chamber of Commerce line" that the cafe-
He added that prices have gone down on some pork items, but prices tee passed a proposal for coedu- teria, a non-profit organization, offers good, clean food at popular
were only returningto their old level since they had risen ,the month cation at both schools, with the prices. Maybe some poor gullible souls have been snowed under by
before. provision that no schools (law, this tommy rot, but I believe that a major portion of us have main-
We have no bones to pick with Mr. Long's management ot one cafe- etc.) be moved from either. As trained our sense -of values well enough to see through this shrouding
teria, which we believe is better than any past management, but we do en by the Legislature as a whole, veil of blather and flapdoodle.
not believe that when the Miami Herald, Tampa Tribune or Florida but the writing on the wall seems I know that I shall merely be reporting experiences of many of the
Times Union report decreases in prices that it is "just newspaper to say that the bill will pass both other students. Several weeks ago I was eating in the cafeteria with
talk." houses soon. Maybe now you'll friends of mine and during the progress of the meal one of them found
stop screaming and help both
Those newspapers merely report what is happening in the nation, schools to get what we want. You a large grub worm in his beans. Are the dieticians blind or don't they
neither ,they, nor the Associated and United Press services which they know the old saying: "Divided we give a damn? And last week when again eating at the cafeteria, I
carry, concoct stories describing what those papers wish would happen fall." found a nice juicy Oockroach in one of the cafeteria's homemade
-they report the facts. rolls. I took the roll back to the dietician and showed it to her. She
-they report the acts. SCHOOL DAZE. Our education
Neither can we understand why, if the prices in the cafeteria were majors, who have to practice what blandly suggested that she would give me another roll. ('Oh, fine!,
boosted ten per cent, the wages of student workers were not raised they teach, certainly do have a lot Then, when I said something about the standards of cleanliness of the
by the same ten per cent rather ha in fve per cent. On this question we of strange adventures. One came cafeteria, she had the nerve to come back with the hot retort that th,.
have been told that to make such a raise would create a spiral in back to school the other day, most food was clean. For some reason, their standards of cleanliness dor
upset, after a hard day at the
cafeteria finances. We cannot understand why student labor should suf- demonstration school. It seems jive with mine.
fer in a question of labor vs. maInagement. that she had spent a large portion We are all aware of the ten per-cen.t rise in prices at the cafete i .
It must be said in favor of Mr. Long, that the cafeteria's meat prices of the day trying to explain to one that has recently been imposed upon us. There was a slight increase
-and meat is the biggest item in point of price-are considerably of her youthful students why "to-, in food prices recently and I am not equipped with the exact figure
cheaper than any off-campus eating places, as are his prices on milk. torro" is not an infinitive. You for the overall picture at present, though I wish I were. Let us suppo-
p e that this raise is warrented. For the past several weeks I have bee,
LATEI UhLi1i1-UATION. May keeping pretty close check on different food prices as they are quo,tei;
Day (b-ut late) will be celebrated in Florida's three leading newspapers: The Miami Herald, The Florid&.
by Tallahissee this week. All the Times-Union, and The Tampa Tribune, and I find that the overall
girls will come out of the hills to trend over this period has been downward, and in some instances by a

fest itoundes were postponed ca use very good percentage. Therefore, I am wondering if in accordance with
Friday, May 9 of Spring Frolics, but the queen this fact will we have a out in prices?
Glee Club, Fla. Union 209, 5-6:30-p..m. will be crowned Saturday after- There are a few questions I should like someone to answer which
Interviews, Joseph E. Seagrams & Sons, Fla. Union 239, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. noon and there's a dance for the
Interviews for accounting firm, Fi. Union 210, 1:30-6 p.m. might clear up in my mind, and a lt of other people's minds, whether
Carnegie Set, Fla. Union 305, 3:30-5:30 p.m. queen and her court Saturday the University is stacking up as a non-profit organization should and
Co-Op Meeting, Fla. Union 21l0, 8-9:30 p.m. nite. i A 1


Me rorui a Service for Dr v lu well. Fa. nUion ud., o- ru1 a.m.
Glee Club, Fla. Union Aud., 6-6:30 p.m.
Kappa Kapoa Psi, Fla. Union Committee Room, 7-8:30 p.m.
Saturday, May 10
Alpha Kappa Psi, Camp Wauberg, 2'-S p.m.
Canterbury Club, Camp Wauberg, 11 a.m.-2 p.n..
Sunday, May 11
Carnegie Set, Fla. Union 305, 7-9 p.m.
Mother's Day Program, Fla. Union Aud., 3 p.m.
Lutheran Church Service, Fla. Union Aud., 11 a.m.
C-5 Staff Picnic, Camp Wauberg, 730 p.m.
Informal Tea, ila. Union, Bryan Lounge, following Mother's Day program.
Monday, May 12
Writers' Club, Fla. Union 208, 7:30-' 9 p.m.
Interview, McCrory Stores, Fla. Union 209, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sigma Delta Chi, Fla. Union 210, 7-8:30 p.m.
S. Carnegie .Set--,Fla. Union 305, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
American Legion, 'Fla. Union 305, 8-10 p.m.
American Veterans Committee, Fla. Union 308, 7:20-9 p.m.
Proctor and Gamble Interviews, Fla. Union Aud. 5-6 p.m.
Alpha Kappa Psi Initiation, Fla. Union Aud., 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Student Wives Bridge Club, West Lounga, 7:30-11 p.m.
Alligator Staff Meeting, Fla. Union. 8, 7 p. m.
Tuesday, May 13
Electronics Warfare Company 7-2, Benton Hall, 7 p.m.
Interfraternity Conference, Fla. Union 208, 7:30-9 p.m.
Proctor and Gamble Interviews, Fla. Union 210, 9 a.m.-12 a.m., 1-5 p.m.
Blue Key, Fla. Union 305, 7:30-9 p.m.
F. B. I. Interviews, Fla. 'Union 308. 8-9 p.m.
Movie "North to the Klondike," Fla. Union Aud., 7-11 p.m.
Ex-Army Officer's Interview, Fla. Union Aud.. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Gator Pep Club, Fla. Union Committee Rm., 7-30-9 p.m.
Beta Aloha Psi, Camp Wauberg, 4:30 p:m. til dark.
Wednesday, May 14
Delta Sigma, Fla. Union 208, 8-10 p.m.
Spanish Glee Club, Fla. Union 209, 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Delta Sigma, Fla. Union 210, 8-8:45 p.m.
Veterettes, Fla. Union 305, 7:30--p.m.
Carnegie Set. Fla. Unior~ 305, 3:3u'5"30 p.m.
Ex-Army Officers Interview, Fla,_U. ion Aud., 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Animal Husbandry Department, Camp Wauberg, 5-8 p.m.
Thursday, May 15
Carnegie Set, Fla., Union 305, 3i30t-5.30 p.m.
Executive Council, Fla. *Union 308, 7:30 p.m.
Movie "Count of Monte Cristo," Fla. Union Aud., 7-11 p.m.


POLITICS are going full blast
here. The boys at TBUF are hav-
ing elections. At least, that's what
all the signs on campus say. There
is a rumor that the present presi-
dent of the boys and the chief
justice of the Honor Court are
going to be impeached. However,
this can be taken with more than
a grain of salt, 'cause it seems
that they started said rumor
themselves. Always makes things
more exciting.


'Gator Critic

impressed By

Piano Team
By Gerald Clarke
Alligator Music Critic
Whittemore and Lowe impress-
ed large audiences in the Univer-
sity Auditorium Monday and Tues-
day of this week. The two pianists
presented a varlea program which
was uniform l y interesting
throughout. The performances
were with a co-ordination and ac-
curacy which would be unusual be-
tween the two hands of a single
person.
Transcriptions Excellent


The team's transcriptions were
A nnf uai l StaS ^ te p scopaQ excellent. All the excitement and
rich Moussergsky tone color in the
onerence eg s Tonig t Coronation Scene" from Boris
Godounov was admirably present-
Conference Begins Tonight' o oo
Cs ed on the two pianos. The unusual
The annual Conference of the.Canterbury Clubs of the State of Flor- hanes made theof Enescolo"Roumanid tex-
ida will be held ,this week-end at -the Chapel of the Incarnation and an Rhapsody" more interesting
Weed Hall. Delegates will representlFlorida State College for Women, than in orchestral performance.
Rollins College, Florida Southern -College, Stetson University, Univer- With absolutely no ostentation the
duo-pianists caused awe among the
sity of Miami, University of Tam-T. -. devotees of Bach with their defin-
pa, and the University of Flri An evening of recreation will itive performance of the Sonata in
da. jb10low. E-flat Major (for flute and clavi-
Begins 7:30 P. M. Today Allen Is Retiring Prexy chord).
The program will begin this eve- Elmer Allen is the retiring pres- The two artists played a set of
ning at 7:30 p.m. with the open- ident and Justus Mainor the re- two "Pictures of War" by Casella
ing service in the Chapel of the tiring vice-president. Grover Bak- which stirred many in the audi-
Incarna.tion. Chaplin Morgan Ash- er is president of the local Can- ence and made them wonder why
ley will give the welcome talk and terbury Club. there hasn't'been more heard from
the Rev. George Alexander, rector that composer. With two pianos
of Holy Trinity Church, will deliv- All Episcopal students are invit- Debussyts all-too familiar "Clair
er the sermon on "How the Can- ed to attend any part of the serv- ebussyne" all-took on inew freshness
terburyClub can prepare us, for ices or sessions. Fee for the com- delicacy which delighted both
future life in the Parish." Follow- plete week-end. is $2.00. Those audiences. One would have hardly
ing the ,Service will be reports planning to attend should drop by dreamed that only two pianists
Weed Hall from each individua.-Weed Hall before 6:00 today. coulreamed fill th auditorium with so
Canterbury Club. At 10:30 p. -m .. much "Bolero."
there will be a preparation serv-- Bear ia Heads havere
ice for the Holy Communion con- Have Sureness, Precision
ducted by the Rev-James Duncan, T a f Generally speaking, Whittemore
Chaplain of the Conference. :-----11 Frte r y and Lowe are not widely known
Archdeacon Yerkes To Seak : --Julius Bearman of Orange. New yet except among the most dis-
Saturday May 10 at 7:30 a. ..m. Jersev. was elected Chancellor of criminating of music listeners.
The Holy Communion will be led Tau Alpha chapter of Tau Epsilon Tlhey haven't had much time since
by Celebrant Father Duncan. Fol- Phi--at a meting Wednesday night. they left the Navy to build their
lowing will be a talk on the h-:-. Other officers include: Dick reputation, and then, too, they
eral topic by Archdeacon Fred Kirsch, Hollywood, vice chancel- don't have quite the glamor of the
Yerkes and group discussions. lor; Aaron Goldman, Ocala, scribe; husband-wife teams currently in
From 11:00 .a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Jerry Klein, Miami Beach, bursar; vogue. What they do have is sure-
a picnic will be held with swim- Art Leibovit, W. Palm Beach, 'iess-precision- excellent feeling
ming at Camp Wauburg. Ero i.-mwarden; Marvin Aronovitz, Tam- musicianship throu g h and
3:00 p.m. until 6:!00 p.m. the busi- pa, chaplain, and Stan Tate, through. The two artists heard'
ness meeting and elections of new Brooklyn, N. Y., IFC representa- here are in their ascension. They
officers will take place. tive. deserve the heights.


can.
We get this line showing how their prices stack up so favorably with,
for instance, those of the College Inn, and as you may remember they
were not too much less. I contend that a non-profit organization could
do a great deal better. What are the operating taxes for an establish -
men,t such as the College Inn, 'and is the University cafeteria subject
to these taxes? How do the labor costs compare? What about the
cost of lights, water and gas, etc. ? What are the cost for these items?
Does the cafeteria get any subsidy from the state? Does the cafe-
teria get any subsidy from the state ? Does the cafeteria pay for itfd
equipment, its replacement of dishes, pots, pans, and other utensils?
Am I correct in assuming that ,they contribute nothing from their
budget to the expansion, renovation, etc. of cafeteria facilities ? How
in the name of Heaven can they so proudly boast prices that are
just "slightly 'under" those of profit organizations?
If the University cafeteria is a non-profit organization, then some
of our profit organizations such as the College Inn are really to be
commended on their excellent business management.
I feel as if these questions are of interest and concern to the stu-
dent body, and would appreciate a straight-forward, adequate reply.

Sincerely,

Ray M. Hardy


(EDITOR'S NOTE: In answer to Readers Hardy's worries, the AL-
LIGATOR in an interview with W. P. Long, cafeteria manager, glean-
ed the following answers to the Mr. Hardy's questions. Q: Do yo-t
have any comment on stories in the Miami Herald, Florida Times Ur -
ion, and Tampa Tribune that prices are going down? A: "It's motr
or less newspaper talk." Prices have gone down on some pork. item:.
but the prices were only returning to their old level since they ha,-
risen ,the month before. Q: Are there any operating taxes imposed or'
the cafeteria? A: No. Q: Does the cafeteria pay for its utilities such.
as gas, lights, and water? If so, how much? A: The cafeteria pays fr .
its own lights and gas, but receives its water along with the rest of the
University. Q: Is the cafeteria labor costs the same as outside costs '
A: We try to hire labor at the lowest available price. Q: Does tl_-i
cafeteria receive any subsidy from the state, if so, how much? A: Tl--,
State furnishes funds for building and major repairs only. Q: Doe.J
the cafeteria pay for its equipment and does it replace its own untern-
sils? A: The cafeteria replaces its own untensils, pays its lab(i.',
makes all minor repairs, buys its own food and takes on the general
operating cost. Q: Does ,the cafeteria contribute to its expansion an,.
building fund? A: No.)



Gives Council Verbal Spanking

Dear Morty:
Due to ,the disgraceful actions on the part of certain weak-knee-i,
Gator-elected puppet Executive Council members at their last mee
ing, in which they tried to ceciare vacant the office of the studen_-
elected President, John Crews, I feel ,that it is my duty as a c,'
izen and a student of the University of Florida, to protest against su' -
an undemocratic, biased, and wholly disgusting proceeding.
It is my belief that if such actions continue, the student gove'--
ment system will be discontinued, and I am convinced that if our ne
President of the University of Florida had been present when said o
tion was "pulled," he would have immediately declared ,the stu-de:
government unfit to govern and would leave us with no student .
presentation here on the campus of the University.
Calvin Miley

(EDITOR'S NOTE: We refer Reader Miley to today's edito-
titled, "I,t's Time For Cooperation.")





"Have Harmed University"
C. J. Hardee, former co-chair-
man of the Dixie Party, said that
Gator members of the Executive
Council "had done irreparable
harm to the University while try-
ing to follow the instructions of
several men who bear personal
animosity against John Crews."
He said that the action of the
Council ignored the warning by
Dean of Students R. C. Beaty that
student government must be uni-
fied if it wishes to exist.
Committee Named
Until -formal party elections are
Held, details in the organization
of the "All-Students" Party will
be handled by a committee to be
headed by John Norris and Max
Stone as co-chairmen. Members of
the committee, whose actions, ac-
cording to Norris and Stone, must
be ratified by the full membership
of the new party, will be as fol-
lows:
Former Florida Party members,
Bob Ghiotto, Dave Ramsey, Don
Jones, John Brady, Charlie Mc-
Carty and John Sims; former Dix-
ie Party members, C. J. Hardee,
Lamar Winegart, Al Schneider
and Jim Hitch.
First meeting of the new party
will be announced' in the near fu-
ture, according to Norris and
Stone.


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Inr FGator Council
t Continued rrnm Page ONE'
flared the motion out of order on
OU TO the basis that he had been cer-
tified the winner by the previous
Out Of Tourney Executive Couhcil as prescribed
by the-Cohstitution, and had been
sworn in as President. He em-
Pat Patille phasized that if the Council could
The Fighting Gators-of the de- find grounds in the Constitution
bating variety-this week found a for creating a vacancy in his of-
iew foe which turned out to be a fice, he would recognize such a
much more potent one than any motion.
they would have met had they Appeals to Council
arrived irrWest Point, New York, He said he recognized the fact
last week-end for the National De- .that he could be impeached by the
bate Tournament. Council if he were found guilty of
Plane GrQunded misfeasance, malfeasance or non-
That opponent was bad weather feasance in office, and appealed
which grounded the Florida de- to them' to remember -Dean Bea-
bators' plane in North Carolina ty's warning that-this is a crucial
and which prevented them from eriod in the history of the Uni-
finishing their trip and thus corn-
peting for top national honors in versity. It was pointed out that
the tourney, the University's new president
Undaunted, however, by the ele- may do away with -student gov-
ments, another ,team of Gator ernment if it does not function
speakers has left for a swing correctly.
through Georgia andtSouth Caro- Freshman Gives Opinion
Ifna for the last del tes of the However, Al Fox, Gator mem-
1947 season. ber from the sophomore class, de-
Another Team Leaves I handed that Ansbacher's motion
The four-man team, composed of be voted on. This was followed
John Briggs, James GCuerney, by heated discussion punctuated
Charles Courshon, and Ed Resnick by the remarks of Charles Rex,
left yesterday to compete with freshman representative who said:
teams from North Georgia College "I'm just a freshman, but I was
in Dahlonega, and the University under the impression that we were
of South Carolina in Columbia. elected to represent the students
Dr. Wayne C. Eubank, varsity of the University rather than the
coach, has announced that the De- wishes of a political party."
bate Society will hold a smoker in Student Decries Action
the near future at'which time of- Dave Ramsey, law student, was
ficers for the coming year will be recognized from the audience and
elected. University of Florida de- decried the actions of the Gatoi
bate keys will be awarded at the council members as being purely
smoker and Tau Kappa Alpha, na- political and without regard t
tional honorary speech fraternity, political and without regard t
will award membership to those the welfareof the University.
eligible.In anticipation of Crews' ap
Tourney Prelims -Set -pointing cabinet members at thi
Eubank also announced the pre- meeting, which he did not do, Ga
liminaries of the Board of Control tor party chieftains distribute(
speech tournament to be held in typewritten sheets with the in
Robm 205 of Peabody Hall at 5 structions to Gator Council mem
p.m. Monday, May 12. bers that the names listed on the
sheet were of those men whon
the Gator party wanted as cabi
Dixie net members.
Continued trom Page ONE Gator Cabinet Names
Names listed on the sheet were
that the time had come to put an as follows:
end to such things as occurred in For secretary of interior, Mar
the Executive Council last week. vin T. Benson; public relations
"We can no longer endure the Pen Gaines; finance, John Jone
control of the campus by a party or Jack Humphries; social affairs
which has won elections purely on Al Sheehan; labor, Joe Johnson
the basis of having the greatest veteran affairs, Elgin White; or
number of fraternity votes. This ganizations, Gene Floyd, and reli
new party," he added, "will be a gion, Conrad Devore.
truly representative party, provid- Cabinet officers are appointed
ing for non-fraternity representa- by the president to aid in his ad
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** Continued From Page ONE
Head Sigma Chi Yank, Warren Felkel as Blossom,
Elihu Edelson. as the colonel, and
For Fall Sem ester Herman Shonbrun as the -orderly.
John Sever was elected Wednes- The production crew heads in-
day night to serve as president of elude: John Roux, business man-
Sigma Chi fraternity for the-first ager; Russel Foland, stage man-
semester of next year. Sever a ju- .ager; Harold Herman, publicity;
Senior in Arts -and Sciences and ac- Charles Damsel, assistant to' the
tive in radio work, will take of- 'director; Jack Moore, properties;
fice next' fall... Eunice Calhoun and Alice Pierce,
Others Named costumes, and Pete House, lights.
Other officers elected for next Production Crew Sblected
fall include: "Edwin L. Smith, vice- The remainder of the production '
president; Duryee Van Wagenen,. end of the- play includes -Milton
secretary; Bob Matheny,. treasur- Oshins, Jim Mooney, Dick Dickey,
er; Dick Bostain, pledge-master; Delores Joca, Ruggles Dodge, J.
Bill Ebersole, corresponding secre- Van Stevanon, Marvin- Ramber,
tary -and associate editor; Dick Larry Senterfit, Charles Vocelle,
Mills, historian; Kenny O'Hair, I. Tom Jones, Frank MacDonald,
F. C. Representative: Ralph Tay- Leonard -Mosby, Emmet Holton,
lor, intramural manager; Joe Howard Clark, Raymond Cappel-
Harra, rush chairman; Dave Rob- la, Les Gleichenhaus, Perry Wat-
inson, house manager; and Omar son and Clarence Devlin.
Wilson, dining roommanager. son and larece Devl.
Summer Officers
Gus Smith was elected presi- Harra, rush chairman; Dave Rob-
dent for the summer session, and ison, house manager; and Kenny
Jim Hinson vice-president for the O'Hara, IFC Representative.
same period. 'Other summer ses-
sion officers are: Fred DeHon. sec-
retary; Bob Dickert, treasurer;
John Sever, pledge-master; Joe

Council. The post of secretary of '
religion does not exist, but was
anticipated by Gator party men,
3 since it was a part of their plat- Bas ball Shoes
form.
After heated discussion, Crews
asked that the motion be made. Golf C I '
that the meeting adjourn. The o Clubs
motion -was made and failed to. (Balance
s carry, whereupon Crews, 'who had '
I called the special meeting, de-
r dared the meeting adjourned since 1940 West
y he had. exercised his prerogative
o in calling it.
Gator Official Opposed
- At least one newly-elected offi- SPECIA
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- ALLIGATOR on Wednesday
d morning that party members had 2 / i
- been given a false impression by .2 -D I!
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e a party meeting Monday night, '0O
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"Who Says We're Cramped?"
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dent body Committee of 67.
Copies Distributed
'Copies of the booklet- have al
ready been distributed to members
of the legislature to demonstrate
the urgent need for additional fa-
cilities here. When additional cop-
tes become available they will be
distributed to newspaper editors
throughout the state.
The booklet points out that "in
1939 we had space for 2500 but an
enrollment of 3,456 students. In
1946 we still had permanent-build-.
ings for 2,500 with 7;373 students
using them and temporary make-
shifts. Permanent buildings for
5,000 students vwith-nakeshifts for
ianl.: -wiii is the modest goal of
the building program."
Funds Not Released
Buildings now under construc-
tion at the University total $4,-
883;,000, the report states. Funds
allocated for buildings but not yet
released total $1,994,000.
"To provide permanent construc-
tion for 5,000 students, additional
funds needed total $9,472,000 over
and above -funds already allocat-
ed,"- the booklet points out..
A Look magazine photographer
had little trouble substantiating
his belief that all the pretty girls
in Los Angeles are not in the mov-
ies. He found much uncontracted
movie material on the Southern
California campus, but as he load-
ed his camera backward for the
third time, he confessed, "All
these beautiful girls make me so
fiervous."


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By Dee Van Wagenen
A Waves' Barracks on the Uni-
versity campus-and to be used as
a recreation building? Increditable
as it may seem, that is no joke,
just part of the temporary build-
ing construction now underway on
all parts of the campus.
Nine buildings from the former
Naval Air Station at Lake City
have been moved piece by piece to
,the campus, and will be rebuilt
here into eight buildings, to be
used for everything from class-
rooms to shops, recreation to stu-
dying. The total cost of the pro-
jects, which is' being done by the
Paul Smith Construction Company,
is over $1,000,000. Work on all
buildings is being carried on sim-
ultaneously; and completion is
slated for June 1st.
Salvage Value High
Salvage value -on the buildings
to be moved is expected to run as
high as 80 percent to 90. percent.
Flooring and roofing is being mov-
ed piece by piece, but some wall
sections are being kept together
as panels, which will simnpilly re-
assembly here. The completion of
these temporary buildings Will
give the Lrniversitv accommodations
for about 9,000 students on a
strictly temporary' basis.
West of Science Ha-H a two floor
class room building, in the shape
,of an "H", is befig erected. This
building was formerly an educa-
tion building at the naval air sta-
tion, anid' will 'contain approxi-
mately sixteen classrooms. An ad-
ministration building is being built
on ,the- east side of Language Hall.
Also two stories high and formerly
the administration building at
Lake City, the Registrar's Offices
and the Dean of the University's
office will be housed here, and all
registration in the future will be
carried out in this building.


The former air station dispen-
sary will be erected east of Ben-
ton, extending half way to -Ninth
Street. As well as classrooms of
the engineering department, this
building will hold laboratories of
various departments and schools
-chemistry, speech, etc., and also
a recording room. South of ,the
present Engineering Building a
machine shop for the Mechanical
Engineering Department will be
built. This building was formerly
the Link Trainer Building at the
air station, and is well suited for
its new purpose.
Rec Hall Being Built
A hall suitable for dances and
banquets will be the main feature
of ,the recreation building, to be
erected south of the present cafe-
teria. This hall will be over one
hundred feet long, and fitted with
a hardwood floor. A lounge with a
large fireplace will be at the en-
trance of the new building. Dur-
ing the day, a soda fountain and
short order, line will -be operated
in ,the building, using kitchen fa-
dilities in the back.
Former barracks buildings will
be erected south of Stadium Road
between the Horticulture Gardens
and the Orange Girove; retbuiltjinto
one building this space will Co-
vide much 'needed office space; for
faculty members, who -are now.
. doubled up four -and five to -an of-
fice.
Forestry. Phys. Ed. Building
North of the Co-op Building will
be an additional class room build-
ing to house classes of the Fores-
try and-Physicalt-Education De-
partments, as well as Physical Ed-
ucation offices. An additional
structure will be erected in the
Utilities Area near the ROTC
Building, to augment overcrowded
facilities there.





10 THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR





Murals Mound Semi-Finals Draw Near


DTD's Meet SPE- Scene From Pilam

ThelaChi Winner;

SAEs Play PDT's


By Bill Boyd
.SAE, Phi Delts and
,DTD are sure bets to enter
the semi-finals of the Frater-
nity League softball tourney,,
with the SPE-Theta Chi win-'
ner getting the other berth.
The latter game was played yes-!
terday afternoon after ALLIGA-
TOR deadline.
The SPE's are the favorites to


"Mardi Gras"


win this bracket, as they nave not;U
been beaten in four outings, while
the Sigma Chi nine downed the
Theta Chi's in a game last week. .
Number 2 Bracket Out -AA
The number two bracket win-
ier has one more game, that with : "
the TEP's, which will have no This chorus of heavyweights was featured at the Pi Lambda Phi
bearing on the outcome of the "Mardi Gras" skit during last week-end's Spring Frolics. The Pilams
bracket. The SAE's have four pictured were filling in as the "chorine line" of a New Orleans night
wins with no losses while the spot.
TEP's have been stopped four
times.
Number three frame has al-
most been completed with the ur
Phi Delts an easy winner with
our straight wins. Al Lindgren
has been almost unbeatable on
-he mound for the strong men of W
"the Fraternity League.
Finals in Lower Bracket i .


The lower bracket is now in the
final stages with the Pi Lams and
,:he favored Delts still having a
-lash. The Delts hold three
straight wins while the Pi Lams
.have crashed the winners' circle
,nly once this tourney. Tommy
' aylor of the Delts has been a
:najor factor in their wins with
his fine batting work as well as
being one of the leading hurlers
on the campus.
The semi-finals will be played
Tuesday with the Delta Tau Delta
i meeting the SPE-TC winner in
one game and the SAE's meeting
'he PDT in the other game. The
.n inals will then be played Wednes-
flay.
Crown New Champ
A new softball champion will be
crowned as the ATO's failed to
reach the semi-finals. The Delts,
:i pre-tourney favorite, seem to
nave the inside edge with superb
,itching as well as top-notch hit-
Somg. They have been pushed in
only one game; that was the Kap-
pa Alpha game in which the Delts
pitcher, Tommy Taylor, had to
knock a circuit blow to win the
amine, 2-1.
The SAE's behind Buster Nigles'
hurling have been a thorn in the
4ide of their opposition and should
give the hard-hitting Phi Delts
*'ith Al Lindgren on the mound
plenty to worry about.


(Rifle Team Elects

Williams Captain;

'Clark Also Chosen
By Phil Webb
William A. Williams was elected
fIam captain for the 1946-'47 sea-
Son at a meeting of the ROTC
'"eam held on May 5. Williams
\N'as the second highest scorer for
1he team this season, firing an
average e score of 368x400. This is
te last year -that Bill will be
'igible to fire for the rifle team
-ince he will complete his R.O.T.C.
,urse next January.
Clark Captains Next Team
At the same time the 1947-'48
i am captain was also elected.
ouglas G. Clark was chosen for
,.is honor. Clark was the high
-ooring man this season, attaining
. I average of 373-400. He is a
-ophomore and still has two more
SBarsa on the rifle team.
All But 3 To Return
,'Of the 15 men on the rifle
1,-am. this season all but three will
be back next year. The three men
4.-mpleting their military course
tins year are W. A. Williams, J.
-. Mainor, and 'Karl Borcheller.
) because most of his veteran team
memberss will return next season,
'iaJor Hughett rifle team coach,
optimistic over the chances for
n even more successful season
i. xt year.


Sy juiian
Independent and Dormit
ball has now reached the se
both loops scheduled to win
finals are slated to be held
which were scheduled for ye
both leagues have been deter-
mined with the exception of the
second group in the Dorm League
and bracket one in the Indepen-
dent circuit.
Thomas C & D To Meet Victor
Thomas C & D is scheduled to
meet the victor in yesterday's
game between Thomas E & F and
Fletcher D, E & F Monday for the
right to represent Dorm bracket



Intramural Golf


Winners Named

ATO, Buckman B -C and Dow-
ling's independent teams won the
Intramural golf titles in the Fra-
ternity, Dormitory and Indepen-
dent Leagues respectively this
week.
ATO Downs KA
The ATO's downed the KA's in
the finals after they Had knocked
off the AGR, DX, PKT, and SX on
the way to the finals. Redding and
Byars played for the fraternity
champs and turned in some very
fine scores for intramural golf.
In the Dorm League the Buck-
man B & C team of Toomer and
Willams turned back the Sledd C
& G- twosome in the finals 4-2 af-
ter some fine playing reaching the
finals.
Watkins, Edge Win
The Independent League champs
Jack Dowling and Wiley Wat-
kins beat Edge and Wright of the
Hellcats in the finals for their
links title. This match was decided
on the 13th hole after the Dowling
team got hot on the back nine.
Graeme Manager
Ed Graeme was the manager of
the golf and handled it very effi-
ciently with congratulations from
the Intramural Department. Gra-
eme would also like to take this
opportunity to thank all partici-
pants for their whole hearted sup-
port of the tournament.


Clarison
ory League Intramural soft-
emi-final stage with play in
id up Wednesday when the
1. Including three contests
yesterday, bracket winners in


two in the semi-finals. The three-
way tie for first place in the first
bracket of the Independent league
will also be broken Monday when
Pensacola Club encounters the
winner of the Randuffs Crane
Hall tilt, played yesterday.
The participants in one of the'
Dorm semi-final games have al-
ready been determined. Temp
Dorm J will take the field against
Temp Dorm S Monday. Alachua
Air Base, champ of bracket three,
is slated to meet the winner of
the muddled second bracket Tues-
day.
In the Independent league the
All-Stars' semi-final opponent for
Tuesday is to come from the win-
ner of yesterday's group three
contest between undefeated Bap-
tist Union and once-beaten Mortar
and Pestle. Another contest played
yesterday, that between two un-
beaten teams, Hellcats and CIO
was to decide which team is to
face the bracket one winner in the
other Independent round-of-four
fracas Tuesday.

A. R. Miller

Elected To Lead

Lambda Chi Frat
A. R. (Ray) Miller of Orlando,
junior in the College of Engineer-
ing, was installed as High Alpha
of Epsilon-Mu Zeta of Lambda Chi
Alpha Wednesday night.
Other officers for the fall se-
mester are: Henry E. Kirkpatrick
of Sanford, High Beta; David A.
Forshay of Lake Worth, High
Gamma; Solon J. Ellmaker of
Lakeland, High Tau; George S.
McClure of Apopka, High Delta;
Bob Merritt of Lakeland, H i g h
Epsilon; Joe Howland of St. Pet-
ersburg, High Phi.
Jim Chandler of Ft. Lauderdale,
Pledge trainer; Carlton P. Gund-
lach of Jacksonville and Walter
B. Sheppard of Apopka, IFC Rep-
resentatves.


Alumni Receive Priority


On '47 Football Tickets
University of Florida Alumn: and Athletic Association contributors
will get a priority privilege on ordering tickets for football games on
the 1947 grid schedule much the same as last season, Dean Dennis K.
Stanley, of the College of Physical Education, Health, and Athletics,
said today.
Ticket information, order blanks
and schedule cards are already in General ticket orders for non-
the mails to alumni and contribu- alumni and contributors will be
tors, Dean Stanley said, and orders fillgd.after August 1 from the
will be filled in the order they re-
ceived. stock of tickets remaining after
May O'rder Tickets 'Now all priority orders have been fill-
He pointed out, however, that ed. Orders in this category will be
anyone may order tickets now, but received now, and dated accord-
their orders will be dated and fill- ing to their receipt in the Athletic
ed after August 1 in the order office, and will be filled in that
they have been received. Only order after the August 1 date.
alumni and contributors orders will
be filled until that time in order
to give University graduates and Repair Shop
supporters priority on seats. BILL'S SHOE SHOP
In order to take advantage of BILLS SHOE SHOP
the priority privilege, Alumni must 11 8 South Garden
be in good standing and certified Gainesville's Best Shoe
by the University .Alumni 'Office as
having paid 1947-48 dues. Dues
should be sent the Alumni office HE g f' S
at the University along with tic- TL fP R AE
ket orders. lfo alumni will receive
the priority privilege unless his Ice Cream, Frozen Malts, Sherbets
the priority privilege unless his
name has been certified by the Open Daily Till 10 p.m.
Alumni office. Sunday Till 8:00 p.m.
Ready About June 1 -
Tickets will probably be receiv-_
ed from the printers around June:
1, therefore no orders can be fill- Will the person that picked up La-
ed until after that date, but all mond Odom's clothes by mistake,
orders will be marked and tickets please return them to The College
mailed as fast as the Athletic of- Inn Cleaner.
fice and the Alumni office canrt
check them.


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Miami Track Meet Set Tomorrrow


Adams Pitches


Gators To Win
Bob Adams effectively scat-
tered eight -hits Wednesday aft-
ernoon as the Uruversity of
Florida Gators baseball team
-downed Stetson's Hatters,. 10-2,
on Fleming Field..
Four-run outbursts .in the sev-
enth and eighth frames clinched
the game for the Gators after the
Hatters had taken a 2-0 lead in
1 he a'rly innings.
Belden Paces Attack
Sh .:tstop Doug Belden paced
the Florida.-attack with a boom-
ing home-run, a double and single
in five trips to the plate with
Andy Bracken adding two doubles
and a single to the Gator 11-hit
barrage on two Stetson hurlers.
SThird Baseman Fox gathered
three of the Hatters' safeties and
scored one of their runs .to pace
the visiting, nine: at the. plate.
Don Stewart, Gator center field-
er, made the game's- outstanding
defensive play in- the ninth when
he raced deep into left center to
make a one-handed running catch
of Pennington's bid for an extra
b a s e r -'I .
Trailing, 0-2, in .the fourth, the,
Gators, tallied once in that .frame
and knotted the count in the fifth
before breaking loose in the late
frames to make the game a rout.
Adams fanned seven and walked
but two in recording- the victory.
The Gators meet Rollins College
here Friday and. Saturday, after-
noons.,to wind. .-up a four-game
home stand ._
Stetson ...110 000 000- 2 8 4
Florida ...000110 44x-10 11 3
Miller, Carter (7) and Kearns,
Harwell; Adams and Barnes.

SAg Club Meets
The. Agriculture Club. will hold
its last. meeting of the semester
on Monday, May 12, at 7 p.m. in
room 104 of the Agriculture
Building, Election of officers will
be held.
All. members and interested per-
sons. are urged to attend this
meeting.


Tops All In Co
The best billiard player -among
the college men of the United
States is Leff Mabie, a 21-year-old
law, student from the University
of Florida.
Mabie left little .doubt as to his
supremacy among' college pocket
.and three-cushion billiard players
at Lafayette, Ind., on April 25 and
26, when he won titles in both
pocket and three-cushion phases.
of the cue sport during the Charles
C. Peterson .national invitational
intercollegiate billiard tourna-
ments.
Wisconsin Student Wins
The third championship of the
tournaments was won by Thomas
Hines of the -University of Wis-
con, who shot his way through the
straight-rail field without a loss.
Round-robin tournaments in the


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SGator trackmen will close their 1947 track and field
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Coach,- Percy Beard's cindermen, with two wins for
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.across the .500 mark Saturday, depending mainly on their
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llege Billiards
three phases of billiards were con-
ducted at Purdue, with four en-
trants in each division. The na-
tional .playoff qualifiers, invited to
play by Charles C. Peterson, pres-
ident of the Billiard Association
of America, .were the best among
college boys who competed in sec-
tional and national telephone tour-
naments. The 'phone meets were

possible, through a system of key
shots devised by. Peterson.
Mabie Dominates Play
Mabie dominated play in the
pocket division, winning his three
games against no losses with ease,
although Gerry Smith of Minne-
sota gave him a scare in their
match, coming from behind to
catch and pass Mabie at the half-
way mark. But Mabie regained
control and won by a comfortable
margin.
Mabie also got a scare in his
(first three- cushion game. At one
,point, he .trailed Maynard Colo-
maio of the University of Buffalo,
19 to 11, but Mabie got back in
the -game with a run of 4, and con-
tinued on to win as Colomaio bog-
ged down. Colomai, runnerup in
the three-cuphin division,, defeated
Henry Hopkins. of Indiana, 25 to
24, in the final game of the 'tour-
nament to clinch second place.


When a student at a Western
college was asked how hewas go-
ing to dress for the Mardi- Gras,
he gave with the meek reply, "I
had thought of going as a yard-
stick, but I don't go to dances as
a rule."


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Four of the Gator cindermen who will e seen in action when Flor-
ida-meets the University of Miami tomorrow are (left to right) George
Hills, shot put expert; Hank Gardner, veteran hlgh jumper; Bill Ad-
anms, 440 man; and Bobby Ennis,. hurdle expert. Following tomor-
row's meet the Gator squad will leave for the SEC championship meet
at Birmingham.



Oeff Mobie, Gator Student,


WITHIN 1
150 Miles 30C


ick.
Gardner In High Jump
The Miami cindermen will find
W ater Safety some tough competition in the
high jump where Lanky Hank
Gardner of Tampa set a new Flor-
ida varsity field record of 6 feet,
5 and 3-4 inches here two weeks
Cour linds ago against Auburn.
They will also get some keen
competition from George Hills,
By Marty Lubov Jacksonville, powerful shot put
artist who tossed the leaded ball
Designed to provide trained per- 47 feet, 6 inches, also in the Au-
sonnel' for swimming and life-sav- eet
ing instruction throughout the ,tr et
country, a course in Water Safety Gator Squad Named
instruction was completed today. C Gordon (Bill) Atkinson, Jack-
Under the direction of Dr. A. L. sonville, discus and javelin artist
Hartnett of the College of Heallth for the Gators, Tommy Balikes,
and Physical Education and Mr. Miami, javelin expert, Jim Wil-
Robert Zubrod, field representa- cox, Tampa, broad jumper, and
tive of the American Red Crossl Gene Williams and Phil Reynolds,
and former Olympic swimmer, the both ofSt. Petersburg, pole vault-
four-week- intensive session is the ers, will round out the Gator pow-
second, in % series or swimming er in field events Saturday.
classes sponsored by the local On the track, the Gators will
chapter of the American Red be depending mainly on Bill (Ti-
Cross and the College of Health ger) Adams, St. Petersburg, dash
and Physical Education. and 440 speed merchant; Bobby.
n For "Safe Swimming Ennis, Tampa, 440 and sprint ex-
SWith "safe swimming" as their pert Chuck Hunsinger, Harris-
watchword, the 16 men and wom-burg, Ill., and Ennis, hurdles; Tom
wten receiving their m Water Safety Bevis, Greenwood, and Jim Grif-
Instructor's certificates are fully f Leave For Birmingham
equipped to teach and coach swim-
ming and life-saving. With the Following Saturday's meet the-
amount of qualified Red Cross in- Gators will leave for Birmingham
structors at its lowest ebb since and the Southeastern Conference
1914 the' students will help to fill championships on May 16 and 17.
a great need. In matches this season the Gators
Many Complete Course have won over Georgia (113 and
The following men and .women 1-3 to 12 and 2-3); and Mississip-
havecompleted the course: pi State, (66-65); and lost to.
John Cornell, Coral Gables; Lor- Georgia Tech ,(68 and 2-3 to 57
ing .Holmes, South Daytona; Vic- and 1-3) and Auburn *72 to 54.)
tor. Leavengood; Coach Irving The Gators led the field in the
Waglow, Gainesville; Hugh Ad- Florida Relays, but because no
ams, Punta Gorda; Be r y 1 e points were scored for the event,
Schmidt, Miami; Dorene Ger- did not have a team total.
hart, Ft. Meade; Donald Koko-
moor,. Gainesville; James Babbitt, SM okV Stephens
Flagler Beach; Henry Wood,
Lakeland; Ken' Bammesberger, W i l FOr
Evanston, Ill.; Sean Beem, Tampa;
Marty Lubov, New York; and Ted Gaor Nine Today
Wittner, Tampa. a r Nine OT ay
Smoky Stephens, Gator speed.
ball hurler, will start on, the
Ei y S St r mound this afternoon in the open-
t years ar ng tilt of a two game series wth
T EnRolter Herelins College here at Fleming
Lost One In Four
Glenn Carey, Ft. Myers High Stephens, Jacksonville fresh-
School star football center and man, has lost only one of his four
track star, will enter the Univer- starts this season, Ted Ramseyer,
sity in June and report for sum- West Palm Beach, will receive
mer, grid practice, Head Coach Stephens' offerings for, the Gatirs.
Raymond Bear Wolf said here yes- The Gators have previously won
terday. over Rollins 7-1 and. 3-1 in .a two.
Carey, who took- second place game series in Winter Park.
honors in the Discus and 220 event Gators Won! Last Three
in the State High School track The Florida team has won their
meet here Saturday, will work out last three starts, taking Stetson's
with other incoming ., freshmen, Hatters 10-2 here yesterday after-
Wolf said. noon. The two week-end gamea,
with the Tars round-out-a week of.
state intercollegiate baseball for,
-Gators,-
Monday they downed Scitherx,
College 17-12, defeated, the Hat-
ters ,yesterday, and hope to make-.
it four up o-;er Rollins in the aur-:
r ent series.

'Florida !-ih way

OP PUIAR. Conference Here
hesterfieds, The First Annual Florida High-
S rOld. Oftr B way Conference opens a two day.
program on Monday, May 12tk,.
in the highways building.
Sponsored by the Civil Engi-.
neering Section of the Engineer-
ing and Industrial Experiment
150 to 30oo0 to 600 to Station of the College of Engi-
10 Miles 600 Mles 1000 Miteo neering, the conference is intend-
ed to serve as a meeting place for
.16 .22 .22 representatives of all, phases of
S22 .32 .44 the highway industry in Florida.
.22 Top engineers and administra-
.30 .46 .66 tors head the list of speakers on
the two. day program which sched-
.37 .53 .63 ules a banquet at 7:00 p.m. Mon.
day night at the Hotel Thomas.
ks Per Monti to Noew York State Resldevt Interested students are invit-
cks per o o uw rk se ed to attend any or all phase of
nd .For C1g. Price tis Today!,. the conference.
Professor-Tell me all you know
a'out nitrates.
r. Student-well, er-they're a lot
cheaper than day-rates.







12 THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR


SIX Pled gs To Be Student's Paper 'Gator Students Buy Surplus items

initiated At Banquet Wins First Prize .


Walter B. King, mechanical
Lee-DeliversC(harge
engineering student at the Uni-
versityr, recently won first prize.D
By Bill Dunlapin a contest for the best scien- e J. L. Clarke
By Bill Dunap tific paper presented before the '" J. L. Clarke
Southeastern student branch Climaxing the .Engineers' Field
Judge A. S. Herlong, pres- meeting of. the American Socie- Day activities tomorrow Satur-' Field
ident-elect of the University ty of Mechanical engineers, Day activities tomorrow, Satur-
of Florida Alumni Associa- held at the Georgia School of ... day, May 10th, be
tion, in addition to deliver- Technology at Atlanta, Ua,, .. ., gineers' Ball, presented by Sigma
ing the main address of the April 6, 7, 8, 1947. Tau, national honorary engineer-
n Kmg's paper was entitled "' ing fraternity, at the Twentieth
evening, will be initiated "Design of Water Injection Sys- ,' Century Club across from Gaines-
into the Florida Blue Key as this tem for Automotive Engines." v:..i l l H Shoolt 9pm
year's honorary member, Paul ville High School at 9 p.m.
Rogers, FBK president, announced Co iderable in alterest is preva-
Wednesday. is t. aent in the diamond ball finals Field
Judge Herlong has chosen as his J Day. In the prelims, the Chemic-
topic, "Activities of the State Leg als E'ngineeil beat the Electricals
islature Which Affect the Unive- r a ral teain an extra inning game and the
lo' that Floriild i ayn begnis ame7 an.dthe
sity of Florida." n l Mechanicals took the Industriali.
Ilhe b an lq u ea ti wiv The Civils tied the Chemicals in
will be held to- a darkness-called game, forcing
night at 7 p.m. The annual Mother's Day Pro- -S. th playoff on Field Day. The
at the Primrose gram to beheld in the Union Au- ecrofthanicals gamfor the wiCollege ofplay tohe
Grill. di torium Sunday afternoon, May G t .gineering title.
U' Graduate 11, at 3 o'clock, will be followed by ,.".. gineering title.
J judge Her- an informal tea in Bryan Lounge. .. Begin At 7:3 A. M.
long graduated Billy Mathews, Union director, has Field Day begins at 7:30 a.m.
froin the Uni- extended a cordial inviatio to all .. Satuday in front of the Engineer-
om t U 'th U u- students, their wives, faculty and .Stato Sturdin fre the nagnS r
Pat WGrlpu ing Building where transportation
idarsitthanLLB their wives to attend both events. will be available to Gold Head
ia a e Glee Club Performs Branch State Park, site of the
in 1930. He is The main theme of the Florida -.' activities. Cost is $1.00 which in-
c i y attorney Union program will be Mothers i ludess transportationand lunch.
and has served for some time as pate selection by Claude Murp three, .: c e Hi n departma nt in the
judge fori Lake County. Pirosi- Univeisity organist, followed bypai" otbl volleyallesm in a
nent in the Democratic party in vocal solo by Mrs. Majel Barett. other events will be awarded the
Florida, he is completing his year Dr. C. E. Mounts will read a po- Sigma Tau Cup at the close of
as president of the Lake County etry selection, "Sam's Thre Field Day. Election of officers to
Young Democrats Club. Wishes," and the University Glee the Benton Engineering Council
Purpose of the banquet is to Club under the direction of Pro- chris Holtz (left) and Bill Walker, both University students, were for next year is scheduled.
induct the six new pledges, John fessor John W. Debruyn will help among the hundreds of veterans who attended the typewriter sale at
Chowning, John Crews, Bob Ervin, furnish musical entertainment. the Jacksonville Naval Air Station recently. Holtz and Walker, en-
Pat O'Neal, Walter Timberlake Guests Of Honor gineering and law students respectively, were among the lucky ones igchoo reSS
and Dick Wyke, into the honorary Mr. Mathews will then present at the War Assets sale. M e Co w e d
leadership fraternity, the guests of honor: Mrs. C. A. M eet Canceled

Lee Delivers Charge Cunningham, Mrs. Helen B. Mott,
Herman A. Lee a graduating Mrs. Ellen Reyes, Mrs. E. F. Sivi- O aA High School Press Associa-
seor member of FBKLee a.wil deliv- ter, Mrs. Belle T. Rood, Mrs. Jo- e u a tion convention, scheduled to be
ethe charge timber thofe pledgeFB while liv- Ree McFarlin, andMrs. W.G. a- held here May 9 10, has been
John Crews, president-elect of the son. 0R aOcancelled, Ted Shurtleff, Clear-
tnt e presie on e r the Music By tMurphreek w n l itie water, chairman of the arrange-
student body, will respond for the Te main feature will be a spe- ments committee, has announced.
pledges. Dr. John Jo Tigert, en.cialprogram of music by Claude Howard M. Norton, whose ar- ous reporting he carried on so con- The meeting, which was to have
W. A. Hands of Alacha County, Murphree, dedicating the Chimes tiles in the Baltimore Sun won sistently and superbly during the been sponsored by the Florida In-
Judge A. A. Murphree, county newly installed in the Union Au- for that newspaper the Pulitzer war and is continuing in peace tei-Collegiate Press Association,
judge of Alachua County; Byron1 ditorium The n e w cathedral gold medal for "the most disin- today." was called off when the majority
Herlong, brother of Judge Her- chimes are a product of the Mass terested and meritorious public Norton is a native of Haverhill of the states high schools failed
long, the deans of the colleges, Organ Company, Los Angeles, and service rendered by an American Mass., but at the time he Was a to signify any interest in attend-
and various Blue Key alumni will consist of twenty tubular bells, newspaper" during 1946 is a grad- student at the University of Flor- ing sessions.
be among the other honored hung on the north side of the or- uate of ,the University of Florida ida was a resident of Miami. A convention will be slated for
guests. gan chamber. They are electrical- School of Journalism, class of next spring, Shurtleff said pro-
Committee Named ly controlled and subject to six de- '33. vidin sufficient interest is shown
W. "Mac" Christie, chairman of greens of volume-level. The tubes The Florida. graduate, who cov- by the schools involved.
the banquet, stated that his com- vary in length from five to three ered the Pacific in the early F Stu ts
mittee consisted of Rayimer Ma- feet. months of the war and later
guire, Jr., and Robert L. Eaton. Hostesses Named scooped the Mussolini killing within Constans Nam ed
Hostesses at the informal tea both pictures and story, wrote a
following the Union Auditorium series of articles dealing with the d em mi ttee Head
B k B program will be Mrs. I-'enry Ste- administration of unemployment
an ers enin vens, Mrs. Herman Williams, Mrs. compensation to win the Putlizer Professor H. P Constans, head
Sh C e P. L. Barett, Miss Emily Phillips, prize for The Sun. A e In the first juaging contest en- of the Department of Speech, was
Short Course Miss Ruth Lourey, and Mrs. Don- Norton, w h o woais recalled tered by University of Florida stu- appointed chairman of a commit-
n 0 9 aid Steele. by University journalism faculty dents since 1937, a Florida College tee on courses of study in speech
ere O June members today as an "outstanding. of Agriculture livestock judging for secondary schools at a recent
h s undergraduate," went directly to team finished third in a field of meeting of Florida Teachera of
Approximately 150 Florida bank- TIhe' SJapan upon receiving his B. S. J. six at the recent Southeastern Speech in Tampa.
era will go to school for four days in 1933. Livestock Judging Contest at Other members of the commit-
ere next month as the fifth short O wonders' Day In Japan ne was representative Clemson College, South Carolina, tee are Miss Mary McClellan,
course nforbankersa opens on ht h u ee for King features Syndicate and according to Prof. James R. Pace Jacksonville; Mrs. Alberta Leon-
University of Florida campus June h .. International News Pictures while and Dr. R. S. Glasscock, coaches ardy, Coral Gables; Mrs. Irene
9 under the joint. sponsorships of F -lueraiO l1iere working on several papers includ- who accompanied the students. Lighthiser, Orlando; and Miss
the General Extension Division ing the English edition of the Only Topped By Two Thelma E. Jones, Tampa.
and the Florida Bankers associa- Members and pledges of Theta Osaka Mainichi of which he was The Floridians were nosed out The Speech Association voted to
tion, B. C. Riley, dean, announced Chi Fraternity recently observed editor, and the Japan Advertiser by West Virginia and Virgina hold its fall meeting at the Uni-
today. Founder's Day, playing host to whose Osaka-Kobe offices he man- Polytehnic Institute, but topped varsity of Florida, November 1.
Tour Of Ag Projects Slated several visiting alumni of Tau aged. the best judges from Tennessee, Professor Roy Tew, a member of
Special emphasis will be placed chapter. Norton continued his work as Mississippi State and Georgia. the Department f Spech at Flor-
on the relation of the state's fi The founding of Theta Chi na- Far Eastern correspondent until, Members of the team included ida, is president of the group.
nancial institutions to the agri- tional fraternity took place 91 at the outbreak of war, American Dan Beardsley, Clewiston; Eugene
cultural intiests of the state In- years ago on the campus of Nor- correspondents were returned to Badger, Hastings; Charley Ander- UFbu l in
cludedral on the rests of the stam in addition which University, Northfield, Vt. this country. Upon his return he son, Largo; Horace Fulford, Okee- erl i od pl
to lectures by University of Flor- Since 1856 it has grown to include worked briefly for the Washing- cho:ee; Billy Hill, Jasper, and-Jim. Continued from page. ONE
ida agricultural and economic au-s 72 chapters with a membership of ton Star and then became the Littman, Stuart, all members of
thorit'es is a four-hour tour of the 25.000 men. RIT.timore Sun's Far Eastern au- the Block and Bridle Cluio. the next biennium a'e a priority
agricultural projects in progress The Florida Chapter of Theta thority and Behind-The-News edi- Hill Places First projects that are necessary.
thor.it nd Behind-The-News hor- H ill Plac "Many others contemplated are
at the University. Chi was developed in 1916 being As a correspondent for The In individual placings, H l as list should be made up of those
Theme of the 1947 short course the fifth nationaljfraternity estab- he returned ,to the Pacific to cover firstin sheep judging and third esial"t
is "How Banks May Better Serve listed here. in the entire contest. Fulford was essential."
the People of the Staten of Flor- Among its outstanding alumni wounded, returned to the States ninth in the entire contest. a bill before the
ida." members are L. C. Crofton, past and then dispatched to the Atlan- Beardsley finished second in hog Sheppard as
Short Course ns r president of the University Alum- tic and European sectors, sending judging, Badger fifth in cattle, house which would repeal th
Among University faculty mnem-i ni Association; R. A. Gray, secre- inme such scoops as the Mussolini n sheep judg- i1945 building act and st up sp-
bers who will teach at the short tary of state of Florida; Dean G. killing. ing. i cific appropriations for buildings.
course are Dean Walter J. Math- Ballard Simmons, dean of the Col- Since the znd of the war Nor- classes, including sheep, mules, several other projects proposed that
erlv of the college of biiqiness ad- i lege of Education. ton hes continued his vigorous draft horses, beef cattle and hogs. be undertaken during the next two
ministration; Dr. A. P. Black, pro- Mrs. Florrie Morris, the house renorting for the Baltimore Sun.ye u t be potne th
fessor of chemistry and authority mother, served refreshments to During his undergraduate days years must be postponed if the
on water supply and conservation; Tau members and their guests. here at the University Norton The Daily Kansan tells about and educational institutions are
Dr. A. F. Camp. vice-director in served as president of Sigma Delta the latest in fishing; a mechanical met.
ch-arge. citrus experiment station, "Men," the co-ed declared con- Chi. national journalism honorary, fisherman that trolls the line
Lake Alfred: A. L. Shealv. head temptously, "are absolutely lack- as president of the Fourth Estate plays the fish after it's hooked, In addition. .o Sheppard, other
professor of animal husbandry, Iing in judgment and taste." CI,,h. and as an assistant in jour- pulls it in, and swings it aboard, members of tne joint committee
ollee of aericute. and W.E. Possibly, my dear." he re- nalism. A world so mechanized, say the are Sens. Sturgis of Ocala, Kirg
St okes, head. department of ar- sponded, "but just think how Members of the faculty describ'- editors, as to take the joy out of of Winter Haven and Reps. Gao'=
rono1y, agricultural experiment many old maids there would be aed him .s a "e~reat bov" to f, and fisbng should welcome the atomic tier of Dade and Bryant of Ma.
station, if they were not." praised the "courageous and vigor- bomb. ion.


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