The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 16, 1947
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
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Symphony Orchestra Presents Concert Monday Night

Program Wil.l Be
In UF Auditorium -

.The ,r.'ru;' rcapuL spring con,-
cert of L.-i: Urjvir-rit. .of Florida
.., '.pnI.r Orhl- tra. under the
direction -of Prof. R. .De -Witt
B-.-Brown -* be presented M..rdav..
May 1 i. .p in the Vniver-
sity A,,iI.-r. uIl,
The program planned consists
of the Anakreon Overtur- by L;
Cherubir; the Rustic 'Wedding
Symphony by Crrl Goiamark, che
Petite Suite De Concert by Sam-
uel Coleridge-Taylor, the first
movement of Mendelssohn's Vio-
lin Concerto in E Minor, played by
the well-known Gainesville violin-
ist, Mrs. Mack Tyner, Jr., the in-
termezzo movement from "In a
Persian Market" by Albert W. Ke-
telbey, Walter's Prize Song from
"The Mastersingers of Nurem-
burg" by Richard Wagner.
There will be no admission
charge for students.


VOL. 38, NO. 27


MAY 16, 1947

Contest Winner Congratulated

Jason A. Hailey, president of the University Camera Club, con-
gratulates Gordon Potter, winner of first prize in the recent Camera
Club Photo contest. Pictured above are (left to right) Mr. R. Green,
judge from Marable Studios; Jean Whitmore, judge' and 'past Camera
Club president; Potter; Hancy and Dr. ?red Heath, judge and tech-
nical advisor.

Men CF0 binerPas

SAligaer Awarded Excellent

Rating In National Judging
A rating of "First Class'.' or "Excellent" was awarded
to THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR this week in the national
judging of collegiate newspapers by the Associated Col-
ic giate .Fess meeting at the University of Minnesota, Mor--
tv- .s ed rlman, ALLIGATOR editor-in-chief, revealed today.
Thi.- a.-.ird won by the ALLI-
.-iOFu: is on .the basis of first
,'_YTii ff-l-issues submitted for
Adging Hundreds of college and a J
LUr tVerit-, newspapers, daily,
EiL.-'- Tki;.*, weekly and bi-week-
1\. ar. -;u.rnitted for judging ev-
I.t'* n. S 'itc
(-a rnered 960 Points
The political pendulum swung
A. .:.-r-book which accompa- in favor of the "Greater" Gator
i-i in.- 'otification of judging in favor of the
s, h owedthcattohe ALLIG Party fraternity bloc this week as
eul owed that the LLIG Kappa Alpha fraternity took their
TOR garnered a total of 960 ppa Alpha fraternity took their
points out of a possible 1030. estimated 180 votes to the Gators
ok o w iosubdiv in a switch which featured a bolt
Broken down into subdivision infrom the newly-organized All-
the judging, the ALLIGATOR, Students Party.
which was entered in the weekly
class for schools, of 5,000 or more With Kappa Alpha in the ranks,
enrollment, was given "Excellent" the Gators now have a fraternity
ratings on completeness of cover- bloc of 12 fraternities representing
age, vitality, front-page and in- approximately 1450 bloc votes,
side page make-up, editorial page while the All-Students Party is
make-up and content, sports page left with only nine fraternities and
make-up and sports writing, con- 670 fraternity votes.
struction of hews stories and edi- Delta Sigma Dispute
trial features. Delta Sigma, a comparatively
Unbiased News Stories new fraternity on campus, is the
Under the heading of news story Continued o Page TEN

"I don't think that seven men more qualified for the construction, tor w
jobs they will fill can be found on this campus," said the score-book satin
President of the. Student Body John J. Crews yesterday in rating was given on
announcing the appointment of the cabinet which will the fact that the
serve with him next year. does not express op
stories and is free
Those named by Crews, and subject to tihe confirma- ness."
tion of the Executive Council, Freedman emphas
which met after Alligator press ALLIGATOR staff i
time last night, are as follows: rod of the rating
B 11 O'Neal-Secretary of the NeW Temporary proud of tively few rating
Interior. comtingsare givenly few and
Jack Humphries-Secretary of Uild ingS eWil D which have received
Finance. i n W h r in the past are large
C. J. Hardee-Secretary of So- 1 nted W white having their own pr
cial Affai- The last time tha
Lamar Winegait--Secutary of By Dee Van Wagenen GATOR received a.
Organizations. ting was in 1942.
Max Stone-Secretary of Labor. Plans for the painting of tem-
Bob Gh'otto-Secretary of Vet- porary buildings now being erect-
erans Affairs. ed on the campus highlighted in-
Ted Shurleff -' Secretary of formation released last week by
S un leff Secretary ofM. George F. Baughmian, assis- ib
New Post Possioe ant business manager. The build-
Crews said that a new post of ings, all of which will be ready Sometimes the gi
Secretary of Religion had been ifo use by the fall semester, will distance sometimes
mentioned by several persons but bN given a ligh> color, probably with their parents, a
that no such cabinet po-t has yet white. they come in alone
been authorized by ],e Executive Shingle Rools Provied of the Registrar bt
Counc'l. "Most of those mention- Mr. Baughman s aid t h a t one purpose-to be
ing this new cabinet .post," said through aid from the F. W. A, a University of Florik
Crews. "seem to be of the opinion great deal of work was being, home of 7,300 males
tha': Conrad Demro, arts and sci- done on the new buildings to make 1 200 Inquiries
ences student and command ler of them more comfortable. Shingle L. F. Blalock, as
the local American Legion post, roofs are being provided on all trar, revealed yester
would be the most qualif.'ed man buil ings, and the side boards are .Registrar's Office
for the job." being replaced so that it will be more than 200 inquiry
Two Men Promoted -mpossible to see the junctions admission of girls ev
Two of the men api. :)!ted by where ,he sections were reasem- governor has yc,t to
Crews 1-ave served :. issstant ..c ,,ow i-Lide wal- to make coeducation
secret a. es an hav- .-n moved boards ar" be n, ir'-t "cd. e .- -_:, J .C. C. Beaty, d
*,. ..I..... .' Continued on Page TESi dents, said yesterday

which the pa-
gof Excellent, Summer Session
.fted tat ti

LLthe basis of Registration Is
inion in news
inifrom pfinews Slated M ay 27-2

sized that the First term Summer Session
is particularly tration for students currently
received, since rolled will be on Tuesday, Wed
First Class. ra- day, anl Thursday, dIay 27,
many papers and 29, according to an annou
such a, rating ment made by the Registrar's
er Universities fide last week.
inting plants. Registration Schedule
a,t the ALLI- In order to minimize waiting
First Class ra- line. all students are being
Continued on Page T


g in


For 50 OWomen

By Ted Shu.tleff
The future of5 coeducation
at the University of Florida
was being decided last night
after ALLIGATOR press-
time as a result of action be-
ing taken by two groups on
the proposal of the University's
Plans and Policies Committee to
house coeds in Murphree Hall.
In Tallahassee the State Board
of Control was in session to take
Governor Millard F. Caldwell
late yesterday afternoon signed
the bill that will bring long-
awaited coeducation to the Uni-
versity of Florida and the new-
ly-created Florida State Univer-
sity at Tallahassee.

definite action on now m -ny girls
they would allow to enter the Uni-
versity. They were withholding
Continued On Page THREE

Delegates Begin

Confab Today

Delegates from eight Florida
colleges and universities will ar-
rive here this 'afternoon to begin
a two-day convention of student
government and student press
Herb Stallworth, chairman of
the convention, said that approxi-
mately 50 delegates vill represent
FOCW, Stetson, Miami, Tampa,
Florida Southern, Rollins, St. Pe-
tersuorg Junior Cellege, and the
U. of F.
Registration will be from 3 to
6 this afternoon in Florida Union
Auditorium with supper at 6:30.'
Count nued On Page THREE

Applications ouir In Mere

So Far
associate regis-
rday that the
has handled
ies concerning
'en though the
o sign the bill
lean of stu-
y that he had

received an application the day
after the Senate passed the coed
bill for the colonization here by
a national sorority.
Nothing Definite Yet
Those in the Registrar's Office
cannot give the girls anything
definite to go by since they, like
everyone else, do not know how
many the State Board of Control
will admit. Although they are
playing safe and promising noth-
ing, they are accepting prelimin-
ary applications and stamping the
date received on each.
8 To 10 Calls Daily
Telephone calls, says Blalock,

average about eight or ten a day.
The main information wanted, es-
pecially by the parents, is "where
will the girls live?"
Dean Beaty accepts ,the situa-
tion with an unperturbed man-
ner. "We've had girls here be-
fore-1,500 of them-in the Sum-
mer time so what's new about
it?" he asks. He adds, however,
that "it will be a bit urilmsual"
having single girls in large num-
ber during the regular sessions. A
few girls have been allowed each
year in the schools of law and




THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR .. I Named tateChairma The Child Welfare League, ac-
mav'iatueray 2 Imcording to Fagg, has its national
0,., ." e 3 S tary, is a member of Sigma Delta Dean WValter J' Matherly of the Welfare League of America. Mar-
/inal-:e ied honorary profess, ional jou university of Florida's College of cus C. Fagg. state superintendent headquarters *n New York, and is
Sna sile fraternity, and of e liciwas Business Administ-tic has been of the Florida Children's Home generally recognized as the most
Which heralded the University's named chairman o0 -he Florida I Society, announced toaay in Jack- important national. child welfare
Plans to make the Florida High-I recent legislative- program. sponsoring committee' of .the- Chil- sonv-ille.- agency ilb America.
,-ayvs Conference an annual meet-
at the University of Florida
See approved here yesterday aft-
e nocn as some 140 highway en-,
,ne-rs and representatives closed '
a oc-day conference on technical V..
o ivances in the highway field.
Tne meeting, termed "highly -
. cessful" by Dr. R. A. Morgen, '
a .sistalt director of the Engineer- %V- -a't t. "_
ina and Industrial Experiment f..
Stion, was attended by approxi- -.-
* lately 50 representatives of the ". -. V .
F are Road Department who ..
a igreed that an annual conference '
o C its type would put Florida on -
h.e way to leadership in road inm- c4 "e '
p' -:vem.ent. ,A

Continued from Page ONE '^
to fuil cabinet rank. jack HusLm-o ', 'r isH'
,_i ass.s.ant to Bill Dii-
S ost '- Cetac-.ry of F-
ad Te7 Shl.-r leff was a. oe :
e, > Morty ie~dman retir- o"eun'e .' 11
s:', tary of Public Relationi. .
fit is managing editor-clet = ?
Sne::t year's ALLIGATOR + .-.
>'ueas, Hardee, Bak-,kgroun 1 ?! -, ]e t ED .*
) Neal, the new Secretary of the ,..
,xwasanenbei of the x U r cigarette
e,*--,ive Council serving- on sever- m y'rvorite cig a e
Council committees. He xas
o an officer of Gator Veterans
J. -Hardee, newly appointed to .
Social Affairs post, s a meni-
i" 'of the Inter-Fraternity Con-
nie-e and Piat af a social or- .
2zation. .-
U inaegart, Slone, Ghiotto
amiar Winegart, x'hom Crews.
Llmed as Secretaiy of Organize- .
S' .3., is president of Beta Theta .
rF: -ternity, is vice president o .
U Youing Demnocrats and is a 4
,i r of- sevea o:he orgai- .
iens. The newt Labor Secretarx, z 3. .
-v, Stone, has long been active .n
tos stfat'sa s I hbs been ac- .
e in the ranks of organized la- '
-i. Bob Ghiotto. twho wxas ao-
s -ted to the Veterans' Affairs :
-i t was a charter members of .M
l'e local Americans Veterans '"
Committee post, and is a member, "
nof the Cooperative Grocery Boardo .
o Directort.

unlirhiHs. x who x':'l serve ini V7- :
in Finance post, ,as co-eha: .. -r-"
Io1 of the Red Cro drive on,'
as asl healed t', Cristm INN..
f-,i itdrve last year, as weAIl as be-
n. a, tive in other caipiui affait '- '
A ,ournalism major, Ted Shui t- _--"Mm-'--., ". ..'
t .% \.rt9Pub'ic PR it-ons Seci'-

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Coovriaht 1947. LGGr & M& v. TOBACCO Cra

Summer Gator
Staff Meets
Pen Gaines, recently elected
editor for the Summer Gator,
has issued a call for an organi-
zational meeting next Monday
night, 7 o'clock in the ALLIGA-
TOR office, basement of Florida
Practical working experience
and the enjoyment in working
on a newspaper staff were list-
ed as the two inviting reasons
for joining the staff.
"This is the time," Gaines
said, "for ..students to start
climbing up the ladder of the
staff in order to have a founda-
tion for next year's newspaper
staff, the first newspaper for
the co-ed Florida."


Dr. Martin Attends Exhibition


Completion Of New Gym

Assured, Simpson Says

Tlhe University has gained .appropriations for a new
gymnasium and extensions to the Infirmary, Cafeteria,
Science and Chemistry buildings, but, according to Rich-
ard H. Simpson, head of the House Finance Committee,
further building is in danger unless "increased tax reve-
nue is provided."
New Buildings Needed
A total of almost nine an4 a
half million is needed to constrict
pus Surve buildings, including a dormitory
for women, an Engineering build-
MYTy P ing, Agriculture building, Admin-
istration building, dairy laboratory
T PO and a library extension. Funds

7 t iednyvo From eage ONE i 'or
Continued From Page ONE ..the library, but contracts h.'ve not
definite action, however, pending By Harold Herman been let.
definite action, however, pendg The pledges of Alpha Phi Ome-
a telephone call from John Crews, ga, national service fraternity. Ser.Is Telegram
president of the student body, on Dr. John F. Martin, (extreme left) director of the Institute of In- will distribute 3,000 question- Simpson made his statement in
the outcome of the meeting here ter-American Affairs at the University is pictured at the ceremonies naires to a selected cross-section a telegram to John Crews, student
of the Executive Council to ap- held in St. Au'.gustine recently when a model of the propo sed library of the student body, according to body president, telling him that
prove or disapprove the granting building of the St. Augustine Inter-American Cultural Center was ex- Jordan Ansbacher, APO pledge the House Appropriations Com-
of Murphree to the coeds. hibited. Pictured above are (left to right) Dr. Martin, Lister Simons- 1 master. mittee had approved a bill allow-
Accommodations Elsewhere Quiros, Panamanian Consul; John Bogg, U. S. State Dept.; State Sena- These questionnaires will be in- ing plenty of money for the Uni-
Following proposal of the Plans tor Walter B. Fraser; Paul E. Smith, American Education official; dividually presented to the select- versity's operating budget and
and Policies Committee, President Secretary of State R. A. Gray of Florida; and Prof. Curtis Wilgus of ed students which will include al- that no trouble is anticipated for
John J. Tigert dispatched a letter Washington, D. C. (Wide World Photo). most half the student body. Re- the bill in the House
to Crews informing him of the I cipients of this form are asked to "All buildings now under con-
action and asking for reactions of sign their names to the sheet. structionwill be completed in-
those representing veterans, in V Fa T The following "yes" or "no" eluding the gym," he assured, "but
particular. Those living in Mur- in will be asked: additional money is needed for
phree, he said, will have to be ac- 1. Do you believe that more more building." He pledged his
commodated elsewhere. campus wide social functions support to the program.
Crews replied that it is his wish should be held by the student "Funds Must Be Found"
that "we make known to the bo Are yo in favo of a small Crews said yesterday that, "un-
young women of the state that 2.ad re yo the student favor of activity fee less we want to see these ugly,
addition to the student activity fee
Murphree Hall will be set aside By Marty Lubov to pay for campus wide social green, temporary buildings for the
for their accommodation and that WRUF-The Voice of Florida, Gainesville.. functions? next 15 years, some source of
it is with pleasure that the men, funds has to be found." The Uni-
both veteran and non-veteran, re- WRUF-The college radio station that has the great- 3. Do you think these dances h t e o he n
linquish their priority on same." est reputation for turning out trained personnel, in the shou with approximately half of he stressed, much less the women,
Room On Campus country. the student body attending each unless the building program goes
His reply followed a conversa- WRUF-You hear it 17 hours daily and 19 hours on function based on a college rat- through.
tion with Harold Riker, director Saturday. It has become as much ing? The proposed dormitory would
of housing, who said that a "high a tradition of the University of 4. Do you feel that when you cost two million, but the state
percentage" of those now living in Florida and this community a s service. to the area. A complete first entered the University of would have to supply only one
Murphree can be placed in other rat-caps and hominy grits. new building housing studios and Florida that you were adequately million and that sum would be
permanent dormitories and that a nryctor offices under a modern set-up is orientated as to the (a) Honor self-liquidating. The Engineering
no men would be put in the air Major Powell Director in the blueprint stage. When a Code; (b) Student Government; building is planned for 800 stu-
base.- Those few who could not Underthe direction of Major license can be obtained from the (c) Intramural Program. dents and one million dollars'
be accommodated in permanent Garland Powell, WRUF has be- FCC, an FM trans-mitter fill be 5. Are you in favor of sending worth- of equipment which, Crews
dorms, he said, probably would be come the first step toward sue- installe. the Chancellor and Clerk of the said, was obtained by Dean Wilde
placed in the temporaries and cess in the radio industry for Operating under a Mutual Honor Court to speak to the var- at no cost to the state. At pres-
given top priority on the list many students whose first exper- Broadcasting System franchise ious high school seniors through- ent 65,000 volumes are in dead
awaiting permanent assignments. ience was gained, there. In opera- since 1941, WRUF is able to train out the state on the Honor Code storage because of lack of space
Room for 500 Women since 1928, WRUF now employes men in network operation. F o r of the University of Florida? in the library.
Six hundred and eighty-seven 17 undergraduates in its four dif- this reason there have been de- 6. Do you favor a University-~ Favor Program
men now live in Murphree which fervent phases of operation, mands for WRUF veterans from owned printing press? Most of the legislators favor
was built in 199, but Riker feels Major Powell assumed the man- all parts of-the United States. Lo- 7. Are you in favor of a student' continuation of the building pio-
that no more than 500 women agement of the station in 1929 cal mountain-music devotees w'il body owned and operated (a) gram Crews says, but claim the
coldbe put there, with the main thought -to give remember "Farmer" Dan Vafen- Laundry; ('b) Dry Cleaning? state cannot affordit as things
could be put there. students anxious to follow radio tine-now with WRVA in Rich- 8. Would you favor transferring state cannot afford it as things
With the Executive Council, as a career an opportunity to mond, Virginia. Sam Fouts, for- the soda fountain from the juris-: are no. In his telegram, Simp-
however, lies the decision which learn radio from a practical point mer program director is now head diction of the cafeteria to that of son mentioned no specific means
apparently will be a determining of view and at the same time aid continuity man at WRVA. the Florida Union ? of raising additional revenue.
influence in the action of the themselves financially. Receivingt.............
Board of Control. Due to present able training during their four Background on Powel 9. What type of publicity do you
their views to the council last years stay at college, many have An ex-pilot in World War I Ma- think would appeal to the majrol
night were the commanders of graduated to outstanding posi- jor Powell is a University of ity of students presently em oiled F ? ..
Gator Veterans, American Veter- tions in the industry. Maryland graduate. Interested in 10 Were you once a Boy Scout?
n'. Committee and Ameiican wireless during the war he con- t Were you once a Boy Scou.
ans committee, an Amecan Fanous Alumni tinued his duwork in the par st-wa I .According to Ansbacher, these
Legion. Among the illustrious alumni t questions were distributed to se- a
Vets Express Approval I areRed Barberace sports an- m days. He was the first man to pu cue stioent interedist anributed coopera-
Conrad Demro, head of the Le- nouncer and now sports director a nationwide drive on over tthe olra- cure su et inresf nd oouei
gion, said yesterday that his group i of Columbia Broadcasting Sys -dio. In 1920 when there were only tion on the vital issues in order
gion, said expressed itself as group Columbia Broadcasting Systen stations in the country he di- to help the student government.
had expressed itself as b i tem; Dan Riis, originator of the recte Presdent Hardings unem- Results will be tabulated and
"wholeheartedly for it." Comdr. Moon River" program and now reed President Harding's unem His published in next weeks Alligator. The appointment of Major Rob-
Joe "Jenkins of Gator Vetirans newscasting for Standard Oil, P test joy to see WRUF men e ert M. Ervin, USMCR (inactive)
said: "Speaking as an individual, George Gunn, crack announcer for ake good, the Major's ideal is to 3. 1725 South Ninth St., as volunteer
I believe it is necessary for the American Broadcasting Comrn- ma further WRUF's S v ester Maine Reserve Corps Recruiting-
future of the University, but I will pany's key-station in New York, mna:and further Ws s r e y esier officer for Gainesville, Fla., has
contact .members and speak offi- and Jimmy Leonard, assistant t h e can dbe no greater heiht. Elected Cha been announced by Colonel 0. K.
cially for them at the meeting." manager of WSAI, Cincinnati. TPre can be no reae essley. director of the 6th Mar-
The group action of the Exec- Band leader Dean Hudson got his A\f ine Corps Reserve Diserict here.
utive' Council will. be-reported.im- start at WRUF. O apter Senior In Law School
mediately to Tallahassee by Crews Plan New Transmitter Shenfeld Chosen By Jack Bryan A gradate of Leon High School,
and an announcement is expected With plans pending to install d Gerard Sylvester was elected Tallahassee, Fla., 1935, and the
soon from the board. a new 5000 watt transmitter for TO H ead L chairman of the local chapter of University of Florida. 1941, the
Texts of President Tigert's let- day and night operation, Major the American Veterans' Commit- major received his commission in
ter and Crews' answer follow: Powel. nootes that WRUF has Elliot Shienfeld, Hollywood, tee for the coming fall semester the Marine Corps Reserve, Sep-
Dr. Tigert'ws: Letter many irons in the fire forbetter Fla., was elected President of Pi at the last meeting of the group e e30,1941, a nd sved with
"Dear Mr. Crews: for this term, on Monday nightthe Second and Sixth Defense Bat-
"A suggestion has-been made. the 'coeducational institution of Lambda Phiforthe fall semester this term, on Monday nighay12.taions in the Pacific during
that Murphree Hall be mde avail- Flo6rida should we fail to properly of 1947 at a meeting held on Kugler Retires Worl War II. A senior in the ol-
able for women students during meet"our housing problem. It is Wednesday night, May 14, 1947. Bob Kugler, retiring chairman, ida, theof major is a member of Al-
the session i9,-4' This would necessary, therefore, that we Other officers elected to serve immediately turned the gavel over pha Kappa Psi and Phi Alpha
mean a great mnany men, some of .make-known to the young women with him are: Morty Rosenkranz to Sylvester for .the business ses- Delta Psi and Phi Alpha
whom are veterans, would lose of the state that Murphree Hall' of Jacksonville, vice president; sion which followed the balloting. ICan Give Oath
their priority and would :have to will be set aside for their accom- Bennie Hoffenberg, Jacksonville, Rounding out the slate of new of- I According to Col Pressley, Er-
find accommodations, elsewhere. modation and that it is with pleas- treasurer; Alvin Leitman of Jack- ficers were Jack Bryan as vice- vins appointment empowers him
Before making ahy decision in this ure- that the men, both veteran sonville, scribe, and Don Kaplan of chairman; Mrs. Meyer Proctor as to administer oaths and effect en-
matter, I would like very much to and non-veteran, relinquish their Miami Beach, marshal, secretary; Bob Starrett as treas- listments in the Volunteeer Ma-
have the recommendations of the priority on the same. I base my urer; and Royal Stults as corre-rine Corps Reserve. Marine veter-
Student Council or other appropri- reaction not upon any apprecia- spending secretary. ans who served at least eix
ate groups. I would particularly tion of having women on this Delegates Discuss Federal Purge months or served outside the
wish to have, the reactions of campus, but upon what I sincere- A major part of the meeting United States since September 15,
those representing the veterans, ly believe to be for the interest Continued From Page ONE was devoted to the discussion of 1940 are eligible for enlistment,
who, in my judgment, are entitled and the future of the University the purported purge of dislbya 1940 provided they received an honor-
to the very best that we can give of Florida Informal entertainment will take government employees by Presi- prov discharge or one under hon-
them. "A meeting of the Executive place tonight and tomorrow morn- dent Truman, the sentiment of able discharge or one under hon-
"Cordially yours, Council has been called for Thurs- ing the student big shots swing the majority being that the ex- orable conditions f 17 and 32. No physicalare between
"John J. Tigert, day night, May 15th. I will pre- into their business conferences. ecutive order invested the Attor- the ages of is requian ed.
"President." sent this matter at that time. I Ehrnmann, Beaty Speakexamination is required
Crews' Reply will also invite the commanders Dr. W. W. Ehrmann of the So- er. P Sin
"Dear Mr. Tigert: of the Gator Veterans, the Amer- ciology Department and Dean R. motion that the group remained t Pension
"I have received your letter of ican Veteran's Committee, and C. Beaty will be guest speakers active during summer school was TALLAHASSEE The State
May 13th, relative to the sugges- the American Legion to express at a'banquet tomorrow night in discussed and defeated, but it was Senate yesterday passed a
tion that has been made that their views to the council. 'A re- the Hotel Thomas. decided that Chairman Sylvester measure which would give Uni-
Murphree Hall be made available port of the meeting, as regards Publications representatives are, could be empowered to call meet- versity of Florida President
for women- students during the the above subject will be sent to members of the Florida Inter-Col- wings if he ,thought it feasible. John J. Tigert a $4,500 annual
session 1947-48. you Friday morning. legiate Press Association, which Plans for an extensive member- pension.
"I feel that it is imperative that "Respectfully yours, gathered here in January to for- ship drive this fall were formu- The vote was 28 to 4. The
this dormitory be reserved for "John J. Crews, Jr., mulate policies for operation of lated, with a quota of five new bill now goes to the house.
women. Florida State University "President of the Student the state's college and university veterans assigned to each active Tigert has served as head of
hadj the necessary facilities to be Body." papers. old member, the 'University for 19 years.


Famous Scientist Conducts

Secret Research in UF Lab
Di. Louis Cohen of "Who's Who" acclaim, was recently extended
i TT-i f tiu 2 d_ t research roi nect for the



-he use of university facilities to con uc- a, Op 10JtU .-.
elimination of noise and static difficulties in radio reception.
Dr. Cohen is not a member ofsuccessful, it will makepossible
:_he University staff and is pri- the reception of distant stations
. narily concerned with furthering in the day time.
iris -reasearch project, but in re-
,urn for the courtesy extended hint Student W ve I
le genericusly agreed to conduct Stu en vvi
1i lecture course for engineering Chanae Time
,students. W m
"Making Progress" The University Student Wives
Shcrt, bewiskered, and an ar- has change the time of their r
.lent pipe smoker, he states that meetings from 7:30 to 8 p.m. It 3 r
Ie had rather not disclose the de- has extended an invitation to all. mnak(
tails of his project, but indicated wives of University students to. deve]
clhat he was making "pretty good join the Monday night bridge Laf
progress." games in Florida Union west
Dr. Cohen was born in Kiev, lounge. cotlurt
RZussia in 1876. He obtained his B. Hostesses for ne May 12 meet- Jir
3. at Armour Institute of Tech- ing were Mrs. Sarah Smith, Mrs. Gene
biologyy in 1901, was a student at Laura Covington, and Mrs. Nancy cause
che University of Chicago in 1902, Hosford. Prize winners ere:fields
and graduated with a Ph. D. from I first, Mrs. Charlotte King; sec-
Columbia in 1905. In 1904 he mar- ond, Mrs. Lillian R aw ling s- than
eied ,Ethel Slavin and has a daugh- Goose and Mrs. Dottie Shepard. bette
cer, Mrs. Louis P. Sissman. Ti
Served Government NEED EXTRA MONEY? came
He has been associated with the SEND FOR THIS FREE BOOK G.E.
scientific staff of the Bureau of and
Standards in Washington, has Thousands of men and women have "Tes
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engineering a,t Washington and earning good money in spare time-
Gee University, has acted as a U. full time during vacations-by be- sign
S. technical expert to several in- coming independent salespeople. New part
cernational conferences, and holds 42 page booklet "How to Become a Hii
memberships in many leading Successful Direct Salesman" is free. help
.scientific organizations. Simply send your name and address
As an author Dr. Cohen is no- on postal and we will rush the book e's,
. led for his "Formulae and Tables to you with a copy of "specialty succe
for Calculation of Alternative Cur- Salesman Magazine"' which e a c h his si
rent Problems" and "Heaviside's month offers scores of reliable sell- melt
Electrical Current Theory." He is ing opportunities. Address
also recognized for his contribu- Next tc
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Already Dr. Cohen has contrib- 307 N. Michigan Ave.
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lti<'. The Story of

HE General Electric refrigerators,
anges, and other appliances that home-
ers will. buy in 1950 are already under
lopment. Jim Young, ten years out of
yette College's mechanical engineering
se, supervises the engineering.
m, graduating magna cum laude, chose
eral Electric's job offer over others be-
e, as he says, "G.E. offered more different
of engineering, had a better program
any other company, and could provide
er experience."
ie varied experience that Jim sought
to him fast. While on "Test" with
, he worked in four different plants
at six different assignments. Following
t" he enrolled in the G-E Creative
neering Program and drew five as-
nents in laboratories and design de-
s first "real work," he says, was in
ng to develop large-size rocket launch-
both airborne and land types. His
'ss with this assignment made possible
;eady progress to the top of his depart-
's Advance Engineering Section.
a schools and the U.S. Government, General Electric
ys more college engineering graduates than any

Jim became interested in mechanical problems
early. In his teens he found a hobby in re-
building old autos.

Today Jim supervises the engineering of G--
household appliances that will go on the
market two to five years from now.

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Scabbard And Blade At 'Retr eat' Ceremonies



Standing at "Retreat" ceremonies above are pledges of Scabbard
and Blade, military society, who were recently initiated oy the or-
ganization. Part of the pledging consisted of the posting of "guards'
around the Plaza of the Americas in order that trespassers could b(
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Behind A & P

The influence of' theC st 'ts in the School of '
-V "' .. teetule a:d Allied Al\ ( ', a i'clt tli .o 'U v.-h i 1;c .
,.- ,..-. Senate dropped a bill pertaining to .ie student bu
'after receiving\ V ord front tihe united architctLir;. 0-.
S body that it opposed the passing oi sch il.
'fThI.e !ill, wih l had & y
A.s ed t Ho us 'e and ha : i-i
under co t tconsideratien s tdhe .
SS B G leii e Colmmnlittee of liEducation,.. .'
UrE I have granted architecture l .-e
station without examinatic
graduateLs upon Comple:. -_
practical experience.
SAf ed t Awaited Confirmation
X. ..... The bill reached t- e -
SSix University of Florida s tu- committee, and the senators .-.
Ldents will compete in the annual not put the bill before tih-
SBoard of Conhol declamation and ete until confirmation ha. ,
oatory contests tomorrow niglo received from the students tn.
d ...... at S o'clock in Florida Unioni and- selves.
Tn o t sitoisue Professor H. P1. C nstans. The architectural students t:
Dr. Tiger t Na med icad of te department of speech, held a mass meeting, organize e .
e e- o announced today, united body, resolved to (op',e
Adelphos Society Dean Townes R. Leigh, vice- the bill, and developed cli-er-
S. president of the University, will nation between students an(d --
Faculty AdviSOr preside over the contests vwhiich branches of the profession. -
'- wil be judged by Professor L F. settlement was reached, it appe--
President. ohn J. Tgert of the Haines., Mro. Bernice A. Minis and ed that the political crisis o
'University of Florida, was select- Professor D. L. Scudder. bill resulted in closer relations, e-
ed as faculty adviser by the Ad- between faculty, students and i
elphos Society at its final meet- The program includes: public.
ing of the semester last Tuesday Junior oratorical o n t e s t i. Eliminated Exam
lnighog Tuaesda 13. "Health for Millions" by Robert Te bill oud have liminT-':
night, May 13. a on y, Jainesville; TIf bill and ha\
Paul Bukman, president of te orn, a ie China the requirement that graduates
Sest Passing Parade," Alan i ,estin, the University School of Archi -
Adelplios, expressed the apprecia- Miami Beach. ture pass the State Board of .-
tion of the members of Adelphos, University College declamationi chltcture examtiation, ard wof :
to members of the Gainesville cstrA inbtecture examination and
to members of the Gainesville contest: "Our American Memorial have added a requirement A
Lodge for their encouragement Day," by Elliott Shienfield, Holly- they would have to proveme
and support in gaining official wod "Inequalities in Florida's years' practical experience
recognition from the Grand Lodge Hig Schools." Earl Fairoth, er to get a licl experence n
of Florida. Trenton. More agreement an p
The Adelphos have planned a I o More agreement and plans
The Adelphos have planned a S e n i o r oratorical contest: be announced after the next oe 't-
series of speakers this summer to '-'Search for Happiness" by Or- ing of the profession related
further Masonic education among mond Henry, Gainesville, "If Aris- committee and the faculty,
all Masons on the campus. All totle Came to Life," Leon McKim, Fosehand. of Port St. Joe. ca,-
Masons are invited to attend these Gainesville.
sessions. Presentation of awards in phar- said.
macy, science, journalisnl, busi-
hess administration and debating F
will also be, n ade. WATCH CRYSTAL

J. E. ASTERS FIernandez Will 'BROKEN?
Now Located With Head Los Picaros BRING YOUR WATCH TO
During Summer COLES
-n .-ferguson Joe Fernandez, of Tampa, was Jewelers
elected president for the summer
RlA! ,session of Los Picaros de Que- 50c 75c c 51.00
; vedo, honorary Spanish fratern-
ity, at a meeting held last Tues-
I day night. W carry a complete stckr~Ioi
342 W. University Ave 'Other officers elected include: watch crystals in regular sd
Arturo Hughes, Chile, vice-presi-
We Carry Parts For dent; Frank Valcarcel, Peru, sec- durex fhiikness.
retary; William Perez, Tampa,
All Standard American. treasurer; Edwar-d Jenkins, Costa 423 W. University Ave.
ARica, historian; and Duryee Van FOR PROMPT SERVICE
S And Swiss Watches Wagenen. Green Cove Sp.rilga,
publicity director.


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7he Florida 4Al/hator

EfMTered as second class nail matter, January 30, 1915, at the post office
at Gainesville, Fla., under the act of Congress of March 3, 1S79.

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

Bt4ecutive Editor. "Pan" Gaines; Associate Editors, Johnny Jenkins.
Bob lacLeish, Dee Van Wangenen, Johnny Walker; Assistant Editor, Ted
Sfcurtleff; Assistant Managing Editors, Jim Gollacheck and Harold Her-
mant Features Editor, Elliot Shienfeld; News Editor, Pat Patillo; Sports
Editor, Bernie Ward.
Assistant Features Editor, Marty Lubov; Assistant News Editor,
George Kowkabany; Co-Assistant Sports Editors, Jordan Bittel and Ray
Jacobson; Campus Editors, Neil Evans, Jack Harper and Sanford Schnier;
Copy Editor, Leo Selden; Proof Editor. Bill Dunlap; Re-Write Editor,
lack Brynn; Intramurals Editor, Bill Boyd; Society Editor, Jean Whit-
store; Amusements Editor, Les Gleichonhaus; Exchange Editor, Lou Mel-
sels Office Manager. Shep Faber; Head Typist, Leo Osheroff; Music Edi-
tor, Gerald Clarke; Fraternity Editor, Horance Davis.
Ken Richards, Assistant Business Manager; Albert Carlton, Advertis-
Ing Manager; Walter Martin, Collection Manager; George Gillespie. Book-
keeper; John Bonner, Circulation Manager; Ted Vetter, Assistant Circu-
lation Manager; Walter Brown. Office Manager; Charles Eldredge, Chick
C'ivit, Rudy Thornberry, Jordon Ansbacher, Solicitors.

A Bleak Future Ahead

Pardon us if we're pessimistic, but we see a bleak fu-
ture ahead for student government at the University of
The switch of the 1.-ippa Alpha fraternity from one
party to another may appear to many to be a perfectly
harmless bit of campus political maneuvering-and we'd
join the party of their c"oice-but to us there are more
implications than 'eet -eye.
Under the ne set-. l :!,e Gator Party has a bloc of 12
fraternities plus tue supA :t of Delta Sigma, a new frater-
nity, while the new All-St, .ents Party has nine fraterni-
ties in its ranks. Numerica ly the Gators have twice, as
many fraternity votes as the All-Students.
Unless the independe-t voters on the campus turn
out to vote in greater numbers than they have in the past,
there's not much doubt concerning the shape of things
to -come.-
We venture to predict that the All-Students Party will
put on an all-out campaign to take the coming summer
elections, and if 'things run true to form and the non-fra-
ternity men remain apathetic, will lose the election to the
bloc-heavy Gators.
We further predict that if the Gators win the summer
elections the All-Student Party will dissolve'rather than
waste good money against hopeless odds. When this hap-
pens we do not believe that an opposition party will be
formed to combat the. Gators.
The result-one party, and the. disintegration of stu-
dent government as we know it.

An Excuse For Extinction

Today the Joint Convention of the Florida Student
Government Association and the Florida Intercollegiate
Press Association held here last fall, delegates from St.
Petersburg Junior College reported that every bit of ma-
terial published in The Wooden Horse, the college's news-
paper, was subject to censorship by the administration.
Other intrusions by the Junior College administration
into student affairs were reported at that meeting, and
several weeks ago the administration of St. Petersburg
Junior College announced.that, because the school's "hon-
or system had failed to function properly," student gov-
ernment would be discontinued at that institution.
We rather believe that the honor system was used as
a scapegoat for the administration in their eagerness to
do away with student government at that institution-at
least the reports from students there would seem to indi-
cate that.
And don't kid yourself-it could happen here.
Soon we'll have a new University President.--We don't'
knowv who he'll be. He may be as liberal as Dr. Tigert-
he may be a strict disciplinarian. If he is the latter stripe,
he may well use any failings of "Florida's Most Cherished
Tradition," the honor system, as a signal for discontinuing
Florida's system of self-government of students.
The coming examination period will be crucial in the
history of the honor system here. To report an offender
is not to be a "squealer"-it merely is a part of the system
of honor and integrity for which Florida men have been
known throughout the nation.
The honor system here must be upheld!

"A representative of the U. of F. will speak on b(
student government ,and publications through coop

the most beloved American comedy, makes its screen bow Tuesd
the Floridi. As'a play on Broadway, it was a popular favor:
theatre-goers who .gave it a run of more than 2000 performance
a radio serial, it thrilled millions with the hilarious, heart-wa:
adventures of Abie and his spirited colleen. Now as a motion p
produced by'Bing Crosby, it promises to garnish new laurels.
LIFE-I'mj giving a substantial reward (a pair of horn-rimmed
es and a cigarette holder) for the knowledge of the whereabou
that godamned Swallow (must have been an Eagle) who dipydo
on my head whilst I was sitting on a bench under a tree on the
of the Americas. (I'll Irobabbly be bald for-life!) We were
able to find grandma's glasses, but now she leaves them where
empties them.
Blessed are tue meek, for they shall inherit the earth-less
percent inheritance tax . And there was the little moron
took the cap off his Knee to see if there was any beer in the j
I predict that the most 'popular trio in the country wi
Aneuser-Busch and Bud Weiser (now is the time for all good
to regurgitate) .. Swift and Company are interviewing Se;
tonight-jobs you know-in Florida Union-biggest hog caller
job A must for Sunday is organ recital with Claude Murjp
in the University Auditorium at Four.
If any of -us remember anything of dear old Florida when we
it will be that wonderfully human, incredibly fine Lowell Ma,tsoi
duction of "The Hasty Heart," which ended its four day run last
amidst thundering applause and many a curtain call. My pen
thanks to the following, those who made my evening and the
of the student body-an unforgettable night to remember-L
(Lachie) Martin, Florabel (Margaret) Wolf, Jack (Tommy) Mills
(Digger) O''Neal, Sandy (Kiwi) Schnier, Tom (Yank) Sims, W
(Blossom) Felkel. Not to forget Calhoun and Pierce (the Go
Twins), Tom Jones and the rest of the crew that scotch-taped
show into something we'll never forget ....
HARRY A _ii-S' Z,-THER TRUMPET7- etty Grable plays
role of a typewriter in her latest "The Schocking Miss Pilgi
But lest the Underwod and Remington people become un
.4anrmed, let it be explained that the kind; of typewriter .Betty
,acts is what we today kniiow as a typist. In 1874r the -per*
which the story is set, no) such wordrefinenments were known
anyone who 'pounded a typewriter for a living was called a t
writer. Catch! the scintalatingi dialogue I am about to unfold-
As she enters Haymes' office, the shocking Miss P announ
"I'm the new typewriter you've been expecting."
The crooner's shocked reply is something out of Havelock E
"I wasn't expecting a 'female' typewriter," he says.
Now, do any of you know the difference between a female
male typewriter? I do, but I cannot divulge, the CENSOR
breathing down ,my margin release.

Housing Co-Eds In Murphree is Best For The University

This week President Tigert asked Student Body Pres-
ident John J. Crews to ascertain what the sentiments of
the student body would be if the suggested use of Mur-
phree dormitory to house coeds were put into effect.
Upon first hearing of this proposal and prior to re-
ceiving full information concerning the disposition of stu-
dents now living in Murphree, we immediately expressed
the opinion that, although we are strong for coeducation
at the University, we could not see moving the hundreds
of veteran and non-veteran students who live in Murphree
to the Alachua County Air Base.
However, we jumped to a hasty conclusion-the resi-
dents of Murphree Hall will not in any case be asked to

move off campus. Housing Director Harold Riker
declared that the great majority of men now in Murp
Hall will be moved into other permanent dorms and
remainder of the Murphreeites will be housed in ten
rary dorms on the campus with top priority on space
permanent dorms.
Under this set-up, we urge that the use of Murp
Hall for our new coeds be endorsed by the student b
With coeducation the University of Florida, which alre
is greater than any institution in the state, will groA
unprecedented leaps.
Let's not be left at the station on coeducation!

INvEs-ri Sf-P.-%Tle)No

Army Reservists

T A.ceive Pay

By Harold S. Smith
Information was received today
at the Headquarters of the Or-
ganized Reserve in the Post Of-
fice building that will be of es-
pecial interest to all Army Re-
serves, both commissioned and en-
Pay For Drill
Legislation was introduced -in
both houses of Congress to pro-.
vide pay for the drill periods of'
the Active Reservists. The pro-
posed bills will provide pay of the
rank held to each reservist in the
amount of one day's pay for each
two-hour drill period as well as
full pay for ,the 15-day summer
encampment period.
Secretary of War Patterson
stated that tile Budget Bureau
had tentatively approved the bill
objecting only to the provision
allowing longevity pay for the
drill period.
better To Be Reimbursed
pera- Reservists are to be allowed to
participate in training beyond the
.specified period without pay but
they will be reimbursed for travel
expenses involved.
Total cost of the bill was esti-
mated at $130,540,000 annually
according to Secretary Paterson.
Vets May Enroll
i9 It is expected that the provis-
ion of the pay for the Reservists
will stimulate considerable inter-
est among Reservists who have
not yet signed up in the Army
program. Any former Army vet-
eran, either commissioned or en-
Rose," listed, may enroll in the Reserve
lay at Corps and qualify for this train-
ite of ing and pay.
Those interested are directed t7
s. As contact Master Sergeant Joe M.
rming Pyland in Reserve Headquarters
picture on the third floor of the Post Of-
fice building in Gainesville.

ts of Civil Engineers
never WinField Day
e, she,

Engineers' Field Day, sponsored
s 26 by the Benton. Engineering So-
who city, was held Saturday, May 10,
point. at Gold Head Branch State Park.
i nt Clear skies and beautiful weather
11 e made swimming and field events
men a pleasure for the large crowd of
niors engineers and pre-engineers, to-
gets gether with wives and dates that
ihree attended. A large number of high
school girls from Duval County
who happened to be present at the
park at the same time did not hurt
leave interest either.
n pro- Ball Climaxes Event
night Saturday nignt, as a climax to
rsonal Field Day, the annual Engineers'
e rest Ball, sponsored by Sigma Tau,
eldon was held at the Twentieth Cen-
tury Club. President George Hol-
P, at den of Sigma Tau presented the
arren Field Day trophy to Tom Alder-
oldust dice, president of the student
d this branch of the American Society of
Civil Engineers, for his organiza-
tion's successful endeavors in
the winning the greatest number of
rim." points in the various events. The
duly cup now becomes the permanent
property of the Civils, this being
en- the third time that they have
d in won it.
and Cup Presented
type- After the presentation of the
e_ cup an election for Engineers'
Queen was held. This was won by
ices: Miss Ann Groover of Jacksonville,
Fla., who was crowned and pre-
Ellis. sented with a corsage by Presi-
dent Holden. Miss Groover was
the date of Andy Hines. Music for
and the dance was furnished by John-
is. ny Mercer and his orchestra.

Pi Kappa Phi

Installs Officers
has Monday evening, May 5th, Pi
threee Kappa Phi installed its new offi-
cers for the fall term.
[ the They were: A..rchon, Bob Cerre-
mpo- ira fei'nanaina; treasurer,
1 PO Carlton Bliss of Miami; Secretary,
es in Bob Holmes of Jacksonville; His-
torian, George Johnson of Miami
hree Beach; Chaplain, John Palmer of
hree Jacksonville; House Manager,
ody. Louis Ptacek of Ft. Pierce; I.F.C.
eady Representative, Ted Camp of
v by Daytona.
Judson Walker ,of Orlando was
initiated at the last chapter meet-


Wins First Prize S

In Photo Contest fis Co/l op/ate Wo rfd

tinted from the June, 1947 issue of ESQUIRE Copyri

"Y'ou never take me anywhere!,"

Letters To- The

Reporter Corrects His Error
Dear Morty:

/ The first prize in the Univer-
sity Camera Club's Photo Con-
test was won by Gordon Potter
for a study of cypress root for-
'mation, it was announced by Pres-
ident J. A. Hailey last week. Pot-
ter's shot, which shows detail as
well as tonal graduation, was
;-warded the prize on a basis of
human interest as well as photo-
S( graphic quality.
Other Prizes Awarded
Other prize winners were: Sec-
ond Prize, John Hook, interior of
chemistry lab; Third Prize,
Charles Baumann, portrait of old
/ w oman; Honorable Mentions,
Charles Baumann, falls at Yellow-
S stone;.and Edwin Shea, beach
scene and campus scene:
On Exhibition
ght 1947 by Esquire, Ine A group of 20 selected prints
has been on exhibition for the
past two weeks in the Union
Lounge, and will remain on dis-
play until May 23. The winners
were selected by the following
group of judges: Mr. R. GI-een of
io Marabmle Studios; Dr. Fred Heath,
E technical advisor; Pat O'Neal, ed-
itor of the 1947 Seminole; Jean
Whitmore, past president of the
Camera Club; and Mr. H. H. Hol-
brook, Art Sch6ol, drawing and

There is a point I would like to clear up in .an article appearing
under my by-line in last .:suS of the ALLIGATOR. In the
report on Prof. Carleton's spe'ecn( before the International Relations
Club, the following point is limited as a necessary step for the U. S.
to take in order to Letter its position: "Back the U.N. So far the U.
S. is doing NO more than Russia."
This apparently a mistake of mine when I transcribed my notes,
for what I recall that Prof. Carleton said was "So far the U. S. is
doing MORZi than Russia."
I would appreciate your publishing this correction in order to
keep the record straight.
Duryee Van Wagenen.

Long Replies On Cafeteria
Dear Mr. Freedman:
In answer to your request that we reply to the recent letter and
editorial comment in the Alligator, we wish to take this opportunity
to express our appreciation.for the splendid manner in which yo" and
your editorial staff have presented the issue.
We have redcubled our efforts in an attempt to correct and control
the service, cleanliness, and variety in menus in the Cafeteria.
Through the cooperation of the- Entomology Department the pest
problems have been reduced to a minimum. A daily check is being
made to insure freedom from pests. Further, we have invited inspec-
tion and criticism from the Health Department to assist us in main-
taining a standard of cleanliness that will insure full protection, from
disease and general health liazard-
Our records indicate thaLt in s'ervn s 693,000 meals since September
23, 1946, we have, by c.:.rtrl..,Tpr...,;, passed back to the students an
estimated $36,000.00 saving on their meals. This has been difficult in
the rising market conditions that have prevailed, and especially so
from October to January 1 when the full effect of the lifting of
OPA controls hit the wholesale markets:
The bulk of our purchases are made on an open competitive basis
from the wholesalers in the State, and we believe that every advant-
age of price has been taken.
Considerable publicity has been given.-to price decreases. As yet,
however, these decreases have no,t been reflected in the wholesalers'
price structure. In anticipation of lower prices we are depleting our in-
ventories, so that we may be in a.position to take advantage of current
market conditions. However, we do feel that in our determination
to hold prices down from 'October to April, we set a control on general
prices in this area and indirectly benefited those .students who eat off
campus. Had we increased our prices at the time of the lifting of the
controls, we would have invited others to do the same.
I am sure that the student body realizes and appreciates the diffi-
culties which we have encountered in serving 693,000 meals with facil-
ities built to accommodate less. than a third of this number. Addition-
al burdens have been placed upon the existing facilities in our attempt
to continue operations during the time that the new cafeteria is under
It is our expressed desire and hope to lower the prices on every item
of food as soon as it is possible to do so. Since we are a self-support-
ing unit, we must depend upon sales to meet all operating costs, and
the prices we pay for food, labor and supplies are directly reflected in
the prices charged on the ser'.lig lines. Many items are served at a
direct loss, but we run, from time to time compensating items to cover
this loss.
Let me assure you that we are always available to hear complaints
and that-we are glad to receive suggestions which will improve our
service and meet the needs of the student body as a whole.
Very Truly Yours,
W. P. Long, Manager.

Vocelle Story Is Sigma Nu Crowns

Reprinted At MSC Social Peanut
A story carried in the lastLais-.
sue of the Orange Peel by Charles At their Friday night patio
Vocelle, local student author, has dance the brothers of the Sigma
been reproduced in full in the lat- Nu frat. crowned- Bob (Date-
est issue of Mis-A-Sip, monthly ess) Lund of West PalmBeach,
collegiate publication of Mississip- less) Lund of West Palm Beach,
pi State College. their Social Peanut of Spring
Vocelle's short story was enti- Frolics. After being kissed by ac
tied "The Mad Politico." It was. number o01 mne brother's dates
carried in the magazine's ,ea2-df: "Peanut" Lund was heard to re-
position and was the featured fic- mark that at last lie could see
tion work. of the current issue. the value of women.

Meet On Tuesdays
All those who are interested in
photography are requested to drop
a card to J. A. Hailey, Box 2089
University Station, or to attend
meetings held every Tuesday at
7:30 p.m. in Room 110 of the
Chemistry Building. ,
All those who entered photos in
the contest may. obtain them at
the Union'Desk after May 23.

Phi Delts Elect s

Officers For

Summer, Fall
At a meeting last week the Phi
Delta Theta fraternity elected the
following officers for the summer
Gus Smith, Gainesville, presi- c
dent; Rick Rickenbach, Sarasota,
vice president; Edgar Williams.
Bartow, secretary; Bob Poage,
Tampa, treasurer; Jimmy Johnson,
West Palm Beach, warden; Andy
Serros, Orlando, preceptor; Wen-
dell Leimbach, Baltimore, house t
manager; Joe Robbins, Tampa,
steward, and Doug Shivers, Chip-
ley, I. F. C. representative.
Officers elected for the fall
term were: Joe Jenkins, Gaines-
ville, president; Milo Smith, Tam-
pa, vice president; King Kendrick,
Tampa, secretary; Bob Poage, I
Tampa, treasurer; Jack Lippin-
cott, Jacksonville, warden; Gene
Williams, St. Petersburg, precep-
tor; Wendell Leimbach, Baltimore,
house manager, and Victor Leav-
eengood, Ocala, I. F. C. represent-

Summer And Fall s

Officers Chosen

By Scholastic Frat
Officers for both the Summer
and fall sessions were chosen by
Phi Eta Sigma, national scholas-
tic fraternity, last Monday.
Summer Officers
Those elected for the summer S
are: William St. G'eorge Walker
III, Jacksonville, 'president; Saul
W. Goldstein, Jacksonville, vice-
president; Alan J. Fox, Mi ami
Beach, secretary; John H. Crowe,
Daytona Beach, treasurer; and
Ronald J. Mann, Winter Park,
historian and correspondent.
Fall Officials w
Fall semester officers are: Jes-
sie C. Lee, Ft. Lauderdale, presi-
dent; Stanley Poole, Jacksonville,
vice-president; Harold Weinberg,
Miami, secretary; Hugh L. Coop-
er, Jacksonville, treasurer; and
George F. Knight, Orlando, his-
torian and correspondent.

Pearson Elected

ATO President
Bob Pearson, Tampa, was re-
cently...elce.,.l Lo., hle; ti, i A-YJ ,
during- ti'fe"'fall I .:, ':,1.11-. 'ii,'
Jim Rush of Orlando.
Charlie Calloway, also of Tam-
pa, was installed as Worthy Chap-
lain. Other officers are Dave
Keating, Orlando, Worthy Scribe;
term as Worthy Keeper of the Ex- T]
checquer; Alte Adams, Tallahas-
see ,Worthy Keeper of the Annu-
als; Bob Frank, Tampa, Worthy
Usher; and Ted Shurtleff, Clear-
water. Worthy Sentinel.

(By Associated Collegiate Press)
An Indiana coed left a list with her roommate-to avoid confusion,
she claimed. It read like this:
"If I get a call from:
Mort-I have a guest for the week-end.
Bob-I've gone to Naptown.
Squeezy-Gone home. Don't ever expect to be back.
Richard-I'm in the library. Come on over."

According to the Daily Texan, the prof was asking .the names of
students in his class.
"And your name, son?"
"Jule, sir."
"You shouldn't abreviate. Your name is Julius." The prof went on
Lo the next student. "And your name is ."
"Billious, sir," replied the scared freshman.
An ADPi freshman, Pat Barnum, became fussed during a pop quiz
.n English comp recently at ,he University of Oregon. Scrounging
around in her brain frantically for a last minute fact or two, she was
interrupted by the professor's, "Write your name on the back of your
paper, please, and turn it in."
She gazed ceilingward, scratched hurriendly, and turned it in. Onk,
too late, and horror-stricken, did she realize that she had written
'English Comp. Love, Pat."

An outstanding Pamona College graduate, a history major, ii
formed college buddies that he had failed. For while he had planned 1,.
work part time and attend graduate school, his aspirations seemed
f!oomed. He had failed to pass the Painters, Paperers and Decorato'm.
umion exam, disqualifying him for the part-time employment. But
on second thought, that isn't so tragic. 'Twould be better if historians'
stayed historians and paperhangers stayed just paperhangers.

In grammar class at the University of Toledo the other day, the in-
structor wrote on the blackboard, "I didn't have no fun at the seaside.
this summer." Then she turned to her pupils and asked, "Roland, how
should I correct that?"
"Get a boy friend," was the quick reply.

The height of conceit is the person who works crossword puzzles
with a fountain pen.
*-'= *
At a northern university, a professor apologizing for not knowing
how long the class had run, said, "My watch has stopped and the ha;.>
clock is not running."
A voice in the back quipped, "There's a calendar right behind you."

A definition of golf, now that spring is luring the enthusiasts of the
inks out: Golf-a futile attempt to put an insignificant ball into ar
obscure hole with a totally inadequate weapon, for no apparent reason.

(he Nextt Seven Pays

FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1947

Col. Edmondson's interviews with former Army officers, Fla. Urn
ion 208, 209, 210, 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Carnegie Set, Fla. Union 305, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Swift & Co. interviews, Fla. Union 308, 7-8:30 p.m.
Student Government Conference, Fla. Union Aud., 3-6 p.m.
Board of Control Speech Contest, Fla. Union Aud., 8 p.m.
Col Edmondson's interviews, Fla. Union 208, 209, 210, 8 a.m. 5:30
Student Government (Press) Conference, Fla. Union 305, 1:30-5 p.ir,
Delta Sigma, Fla. Union 305, 6:30-7:15 p.m.
Student Government Conference (Government), Fla. Union 308
1:30-5 p. m.
Student Government Conference, Fla. Union Aud., 10 a.m.-12.
College of Engineering, Camp Wauberg, 2-7 p.ni.
FIPA & FSGA banquet, Hotel Thomas, 7 p.m.
Col. Edmondson's 'interview with former Army officers, Fla. Union,
208, 209, 210, 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Carnegie Set, Fla. Union 305, 7-9 p.m.
Lutheran Church Service, Fla. Union Aud., 11 a.m.
Organ Students' Recital, Fla. Union And., 4-5 p.m.
Newman Club, Camp Wauberg, 1:45-6 p.m.
Col. Edmondson's interviews, Fla. Union 208, 209, 210, 8 a.m.-5:3.1
Writer's Club, Fla. Union 208, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
-Brooksville, Club, Fla. Union 209, 7-9 p.m.
Carnegie Set, Fla. Union 305, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Sigma Delta Chi initiation; Fla. Union 308, 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Student Wives Bridge Club, West Lounge, 7:30-11 p.m.
Col. Edmondson's interviews, Fla. Union 208, 209, 210, 8 a.m.-5:30
Interfraternity Conference, Fla. Union 208, 7:30-9 p.m.
Pep Club-Fla. Union 209, 7:30-9 p.m.
Movie, "The Housekeeper's Daughter," with Joan Bennett, Victct'
'Mature, Fla. Union Aud., 2 showings, 7-11 p.m.
Col. Edmondson's interviews, Fla. Union 208, 210, 8 a.m.-5:30 p.:-'
Delta Sigma, Fla. Union 208, 8-10 p.m.
Del,ta Sigma, Fla. Union 210, 8-8:45 p.m.
Forestry Club, Fla. Union Aud., 7-9 p.m.
Pensacola Club, Fla. Union 208, 7-9:30 p.m.
Christian Science Student Group, Fla. Union 209. 8-9 p.m.
Movie, "If I Had My Way," two continuous shows, Fla. Union A:.,
7-11 p.m.




1SPE Cho sesL round trip. A number of these
S P ClhOOSeS passages have been reserved and
will be .allocated through the In-
f 'cers r Ir stitute of International Educa-
tion. Tuition fee is 20 pounds
e- /,' a Q '- arid board anc. residence 40
pounds. Veterans may apply for
William G. 0 iNeil, or Daytona grants under the Servicemen's Re-
Beach, was chosen as president adjustment Act of 1944, through
of Florida Alpha Chapter of Sig- the Veteran's Administration.-
ma Phi Epsilon for 1947-48 at-a -Application Instructions
meeting held last week. Interested American students

Other officers cnosen include.:
By Jack Bryan Charles- H. Pafford, 'D.i, r...,..i.
Beach, vice-president; Floyd L.
Doyle Rogers, Phi .Delta Theta from Fort Lauderdale, Winfree, Daytona Beach, Secre-
was .elected president of the Gator Pep Club for the 1947- tary; George D. West, Jackson-
rlast ville, historian; Clarence O. Leigh,
48 regular session at a meeting of the organization last ake City, guard; Dc*,Tglas A.
Tuesday night. Other new officers installed were: Vice Baker, Miami, Sr. Marshall; and
-P-redent, Jim Althaus, Kappa Sigma; Secretary, Bill Thomas E. Keeter, North Caro-
Armstrong, Sigma Chi; Treasurer, lina, Jr. marshall.
Aaron Perlman, Pi Lambda Phi; O'Neill was also elected to lead
Publicity Manager, Harley Par the chapter during the summer
risli, Buckman Hall; Assistant y session, and Pafford to be vice-
Publicity Manager, Ra.dy Thorn- Ui q president for the same period.
berry, Murphree Hall; and Guard, Other summer session officers
Tim Mullis, Lambda Chi Alpha. I were: Nick Megas, Jacksonville,
Members Listed secretary; George D: West, Jack-
Msonville, historian; and Hoke John-
The rest of the present member- son, Daytona Beach, guard.
ship, along with the organization
that ,they represent, are as fol- Fifteen initiates, chosen for
lows: Bob Venney, PKT; Murray their scholarship and their prom- Oxford University
Dubbin TEP; Ben Doerr, SN; ise of leadership in the field of ed- hO
Herb Yardley, SAE; John Bever- ucation, were admitted to Kappa HaS 48 -peiln s
ly, KA; Steve Hensley, non-frat; Delta Pi, honorary society in edu-
Carl Pease, PKP; John Stokes, cation, at a banquet held at the Eo Am
PKA; Billy_ Parker, DC; Bob Arlington Hotel last Friday night. F r G erica s
'O'C,.,is-Z 'P';- ..Jimmy Ponder, Initiates Named .. .ht openings remained
BTP; Charles Rex, ATO; Harold Education students initiated as ci ApraI for American stu-
Powell, SPE; Fred Ley, AGR; Bob were J. E. Bell, Florala, Alabama; dents to attend a special summer
Browles, DTD; Sam Young, PGD; Margaret Cammack, Lutz, Flori- school of Oxford University, to be
Glen Strickland, CP; John J. da; Max Cheney, Jacksonville, held from July 2 to August 13.
Holmes, Murphree Hall; and Har- Florida; Charles T. Council, Pal- The session, on the subject of
old Eaton, Buckman Hall. metto, Florida;- Pearl Crevasse, "Western European Civilization in
Membership Divided Cedar Key, Florida; James W. the 20th Century,' is intended pri-
Membership in the Pep Club is rews, Wellborn, Florida; Harold marily for Americans who have re-
divided equally between non-frat- L. Davis, Archer, Florida; John R; ceived the degree of Bachelor of
ernity and fraternity men, but not Dunkle, Tallahassee, Florida; Wal- Arts or its equivalent from any
all of the non-fra,t dorm districts lace N. Hudgins, Culpepper, Vir- recognized college or university.
were represented at the recent ginia; Kelsey H. Ingle, Gaines- Tourist class tickets via ,the
meeting 'because all of next year's ville, Florida; Kenneth L. Jones, White Star Line are 82 pounds-
assignments have not been made. Laurel Hill, Florida; Janet M. Mc-
At the beginning of the fall term, Cracken, Gainesville, Florida;
independent dormitory residents John N. Parker, Mayo, Florida;
will elect eligible sophomores to Warren K. Trotter, Largo, Flori-
represent them in the Pep Club, da; Marie J. Walker, Pensacola,
and the estimated total member- Florida. Mrs. Ingle and Miss Mc-
ship will be about 40 men, barring Cracken are staff members of the
an unexpectedly large increase in P. K. Yonge Laboratory School.
Meeting Tuesday Night Dr. Mead Speaks
Next meeting of the organiza- Dr. A. R. Mead, professor of ed-
,tion is set for Tuesday night, May ucation, delivered the initiation
20, at 7:30, in Florida Union. New address on "Teaching, A Creative
Prexy Rogers will present his plat- Service Profession." :
form of objectives at. that time Following the initiation cere-
and will receive suggestions from mony new officers for next year
the various representatives. Com- were installed. Succeeding Mrs.
mittees will be appointed so tha,. John M. Tison, Jr., as president is
they may begin their work as Miss Lillian Maguire. Other new
soon as school opens. officers are Eugene 'Kitching, vice
Primary aim of the Pep Club is president, James T. Campbell,
to achieve a revival of the old :secretary, Maude Watkins, histor-
Florida traditions and an increase ian-recorder, and Hugh Maxwell,
in school spirit, bolstered by a treasurer. A. R. Mead is counselor
comprehensive program of activi- of the organization and Charl'es
ties. Durrance is assistant counselor.


-.should. apply-to the Director, In-
stitute of International Education,
2, West 45th St., New York, N..Y.
Envelopes should be marked Ox-
'ford Summer School.


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Elects Officers Prof. R. DeWitt Brown Directs
For Next Fall University Symphonic Orchestra
Delta Delta chapter of Kappa This is R. DeWitt Brown's 27th ment of the University of FloridE
Sigma fraternity held elections year as head of the music depart- and director of the University's
band and symphony orchestra
for fall and summer officers last The orchestra will present a con
Wednesday nignt. The newly cert at 8 o'clock Monday night at
elected officers are as follows: .. the University Auditorium.
For fall semester-Archie Gordon When he took over the orches-
of Ocala, president; Laird Min- tra in 1920, it had a membership
n e a r, Jupiter, vice-president; 7 i i of seven. It has grown to a group
George Kramer, Leesburg, Grand of 54 musicians, playing standard
Master of Ceremonies; Stanley symphonic music, and Mr. Brown
Smith and Collier McGehee, both hopes that the organization will
of Jacksonville, guards. have 70 members next year.
Officers elected for the summer A number of successful mrnusi-
are Malcolm Hoagland, Jackson- cans have performed under Mr.
ville, president; Troy Cumming, Brown's direction at the Univer-
Fort Myers, vice-president; Cail sity of Florida. Best known of
Lee, Ft. Lauderdale, Grand Mas- these is James Melton, who played
ter of Cerem iauderdale, treasm y the saxophone here in the 1920's.
urer; Curtis eaver, Boynton. Other former students include
secretary; Charles W a t f o r d,. Dean Hudson, prominent dance
Graceville, and Judson Bibb, band leader; Elmer Setzer, member
Jacksonville, guards. .x. of Baltimore Symphony Orches-
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,I PHigh School music director; Orin.
Whitley, director of Panama City
High School Band; Vernon Whit-
ney, who has played with nation-
) ally-known dance bands, and
SPEfrim Fruchtman, now studying
at Julliard School of Music in New
2j York.
The public is invited to hear
R. DeWitt Brown I Monday night's concert.

100 Guests Attend PK P's

Mother's Day Ceremony
Pi Kappa Phi held it's annual Mother's Day Ceremony Sunday
afternoon at the Chapter House. Dinner was served and afterwards
the one hundred guests attended the program given in honor of all the
The principle speaker of the
afternoon was Judge Sid Herlong, ed himself as a candidate for the
former Pi Kappa Phi and alumni United States House of Represen-
of the University. Judge Herlong tatives. His message Sunday aft-
was initiated as an honorary inspiring to all as he
member of Florida Blue Key last urged the Pi Kappa Phi members
week. He is also president of the to make all their mothers great
Florida Alumni Association and by living up to their expectations.
has been the County Judge of Accompaning Judge Herlong was
Lake County for the past ten his wife and four daughters.
years. Rev. Lyons Speaks
Is 'City Attorney Rev. Lyons of the Weslyn Foun-
He is the City Attorney of Lees- dation followed Judge Herlong's
burg, and just recently announc- talk by speaking on how much
Sthe gifts given by the sons meant
to the Mothers. Other events of
the afternoon included three mu-
sical numbers by a trio consisting
OTTO F T of John Palmer, Ted Camp, and
0110 B B11l Darrell Carnell.
O T F I Official Welcome Given
The official welcome of the
chapter was extended by the Ar-
Tailoring chon, Bob Ferreira and Mrs.
Combs replied .for the Mothers.
Hal Combs was the Master of
Dr C| Ceremonies. At the conclusion of
? Rev. Lyons talk favors were giv-
and the ceremony ended with the
singing of the Pi Kappa Phi
Phone 354 Sweetheart Song.
Organ Studentis
To Give Recital
PE M H E An annual event sponsored by
P E N H C I lithe University Division ot Mu-
sic is the recital by organ stu-
dents of Claude Murphree, Uni-
versity organist, to be given at
V Code ? rFlorida Union this Sunday (May
Cod ?18) at 4 p.m.

Our most cherished tradition. The privilege by
which we are allowed to goverri"urselves as respon-
sible men.

What Does It Mean To You?
Freedom from proctorially supervised exams.

A system based on trust.

Self government.

How Can We Keep it?

Keep the trust.
Abide by the code.
Discourage violations of the code.
Adopt the code as personal equipment for
college life.-

"On my honor as a Florida man, I have neither given nor
received aid on -this examination ,


Taking part will De: Miss
Charmaine Linzmayer, Mrs. E.
R. Jones, Mrs. Lucius Rivers,
Mrs. Elizabeth Swann, Mrs.
Alico Pierce, Dale Plummr, Tom
Howes, Douglas Johnson, and
Paul Langston.
Selections from Mendelssohn,
Guilmant, Mana-Zucca, Gounod,
Saint-Saens and others will be
..All students and friends are .
cordially invited to attend.

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Varsity High Jump 0of F. Netmen

Record Shattered

By Hank Gardner Finish Season

By Bob Anderson By Sanford Schnier
Coach Percy Beard's men Ending the season with a 3 won,
of the cinder paths closed 5 lost, and 1 tied record, the Uni-
out their regular season with versity of Florida's Fighting Ga-
Simpreive 86-1 victory tor tennis eam dropped its last
Simniessive 86 l vit ry match to Tulane's Green Wave,
'ver the University of Mi- 6-0 last wek at New Orleans.
imnl'S Hurricanes. In the singles encounters, Jack
Victory for the ,Gators Tuero (T) battered Florida's cap-
Victory for the GatoS tain, Bobby Riggins, 6-0, 6-0,
,vas evident from the onset Gardner (T) downed Jack Har-
.of the meet, as they captured ris (F) 6-1, 6-3, R. Harris (T)
even firsts out of a possible scored over Harry Terrell (F)
thirteenn events. Bill "Tiger" Ad- 6-3, 6-3. and W. Harris (T) beat
-ms and Bobby Ennis led the scor- Jack Borling (F) 3-6. 6-2, 6-0.
". g parade with ten points each. Doubles Matches
kdams won the 100 and 200-yard Doubles matches featured the
lashes, while Ennis won the 120- games between Tuero and Gardner
.-ard low hurdles and 220-yard (T) and Riggins and Harris (F).
,ugh hurdles. The, Orangement dropped the
Gardner Breaks Record match, 6-2, 6-1. R. Harris and
Lanky Hank Gardner continued Pickering (T) took a tough match
his record-breaking ways when he over Terrell and Borling (F) 3-6,
'eaped 6 feet 6 1-2 inches in the 6-3, 6-1.
.-igh jump. This leap shattered Following the defeat, Coach
bhe previous varsity mark of 6 Herman Schnell's boys entered the
*'set 5 3-4 inches, which Gardner Southeastern Conference a n d
:et two weeks ago against Au- came away with third place be-
antors hind Tulane and Georgia Tech in
The Gors will compete in the a field of 8 teams.
Southeastern compete in tCham-e Capture First Round
.outheastern Conference Chain- Rigg-ins and Borling captured
nionships today and tomorrow, first-round matches in the singles
Jlay 16 and 17. Led by Gardner, and Riggins teamed with Harris
.-ills, Adams, Ennis and Atkin- and Borling played with Terrell
:on, our Gators should present a for early doubles wins, but all
:mne account of themselves, were knocked out in quarterfinals
Results Told play. In the biggest upset of the
Results are as follows: tourney, Borling and Terrell scor-
shit put: First, Hill- (F); ud. ed a surprising victory over Van-
S (Fi : 3rd, SeIembre ( 1). derbilt's highly-touted nuniber one
ni'i4l Jil;.i.p): First. C::ar4dier (F); doubles team.
!nid. e+i hlt. (i'

rl>. "vul: Fir>.t. willinams (F); U S C
!nid, le-.1volhls (Fl: :ird. Cobh (31). i d B s
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l nl'n- run: F 11); 1*41 n Earl
t 11i0) T'i'ie :'0 r'" some of the buildings will have
isil<'l.s )hr, v: F.I r,st. ,lj tkinson hard wood flooring.
4' : 2 toil, <1 i '. ,F ;5 :-. i'. \ in-t r's To B e Insulated
S) d l<'': Firi')'i. IIt.1:1.at Even though the buildings are
F); 1nd. itu.lyton I1!); ::r., \\'at- of a temporary nature, they will
';1 (. i'. ie. 5 be equipped with insulation in the
1 10-y:1n rd '1nh: i r,. F:; -1,': ceilings, and steam heating for
L :'' 'T''' .' .. v.winter use.
T/('|.'1 Ihv4 1'his4, .. n.'. e.' The existing buildings on the
4). li,0i-... rCw'." campus are undergoing a spring
nii: 4l : i ir413 s. wiir U,. (iv'; face lifting, with extensive paint-
. 'II. ,Ii ii (I"* ); :1r- I' eye' ((1I. ing and repairs being carried out
-10 't. irfl 11rhi .h 111.'irdlIs: E!nik (Fr1 and planned for the near future.
'iil, iin ine. .inm, i.:s ing- was competed, most of the in-
,;;b.s on; :lri. n ,f.11d (F);. T,, terior having been repainted and
varnished. Five heads have been
220-.ard :,sihi: iir.i, .l\a.Ins i'(F'; overhauled and repainted within
4,u 10'li3Ill'. i (F)l :1''., (1oo1Min the past month.
2rIo-yaord ivow hmrd, l: First. l'En- Asks Student Aid
(F', 14.'): "' iI.'x '); 3lrd, In an appeal to all students, the
... -(). T'Inll., s. assistant business manager re-
quested that they refrain from de-
__e ^S sic facing University property, es-
,U Cnmm er Srn aS B specially that which has been re-
Continued from Page ONE cently cleaned up.

'-igned times fore registration. To
S,'event conflicts sLudents are
aiged to determine their free time
ind then report to the Registrar's
)tfice for a registration appoint-
nent which will not interfere with
Deadline Tomorrow
All registration appointments
mnould be completed by 11:45 a.m.
-niorrow. A minimum of t\i.)
) tmrs should be allowed to com-
'e )tc registration.

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Penn Relays -Wasn't Sent
In the field of sports an "IF" is a big word, and in
looking through the track and field files, one may find a
few amazing thing's when an "IF" is added. For instance,
IF Florida's Lanky Hafk Gardner had been entered in this
year's Penn Relays-the same day he jumped 6'-5 3/4"
against Auburn here, he would have taken first place-
because the best effort made was
that Irving Mondschein of NYU,
who took the utle with a 6-foot-4-
inch effort, distinguished himself in the
And IF Hank had been entered Southeastern Conference, South-
in the Drake Relays the same eastern Invitation indoor games,
day as the Penn Relays-and had National AAU, NY Athletic Club
duplicated his 6'-6 1-/2" perform- Invitation, Florida intramurals
ance that he pulled out of the bag and varsity and holds many rec-
for iiami, he would have topped words, collected in past years, re-
the winner, who cleared the bar at membered only by rusting tro-
a mere 6 feet 4 1/2 inches, phies.
So far in Hank's career, he has Gardner is at his peak now, and
IF he happens to jump better and
higher than Les Steers of Los An-
K p A pha geles, Calif., who set the Ameri-
appa Alpha can and world record of 6 feet, 11
Continued from page ONE inches on June 17, 1941, then it

center of a dispute concerning
whether or not the Gators actually
have 12 or 13 fraternities in their
ranks. Gator Party officials say
that Delta Sigma does not have
any official voice in party circles.
However, All-Student Party offi-
cials point out that Al Fox, a
member of Delta Sigma, and their
only candidate in the recent elec-
tions, is one of the loudest spokes-
men for the Gators in the Exec-
utive Council:
Benson Confirms Switch
Gator Party Chairman Marvin
Benson, when queried on the KA
switch, confirmed the report, but
said that he had no comment oth-
er than to welcome Kappa Alpha
into the Gator Party.
Co-Chairman Max Stone of the
All-Students Party said, "If any
deals were involved in the Kappa
Alpha switch, they will become
evident. The Gator Party now has
twice as many fraternity members
as the All-Students Party. How-
ever, we have faith that the non-
fraternity men on this campus
will become aroused and rally to
the All-Students Party it's all
that is left for the independent
man on this campus."
Another Switch Possible
Reliable sources in the Gator
Party have reported that another
former Dixie Party fraternity
may soon be added to the Gator
fraternity ranks.

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win De a great thing.
But, as we said before, IF is a
big word.

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bator I rackmen ..

Holding a three and two rec-
ord for the season, the Univer-
sity of Florida Gator track team
left today for Birminghamn, .,
where they will compete in the '- :
Southeastern Conference chai-
pionships on Friday and Satur-
Including twd men who have .
'bettered existing SEC records dur- -- .
ing the current season, the 18 "is ,". ,
man Gator squad making the"- .
Birmingham trip faces the confer- '. '. .
ence championships with a record .. .
of two won and two lost in the .
SEC this year. The Gator third
victory was at the expense of Mi-
ami here Saturday. M. .
Hank Gardiner, Tampa, who
twice bettered the SEC record .
of.6 feet 51/ inches for the high .. ,
jump, and Jim Wilcox, Tampa,
who has once bettered the SEC .^A-'4
record of 22 feet 2 1-4 inches for r.. .. ...

the broad jump will carry the .^- .. ... -. N .. '-.. nming. They were also nosed out
Pictured above is in softball by the Delta Tau
Gardiner's second improvements Pictured above is the Phi Delta Tau intramral squad which has been announced as winner of the Delta's Wednesday 3-1for the
the SEC record for the high jump fraternity league. The Phi Delts scored five first places and one second place for a total of 1501 points title.
was a full inch over the mark in the year's competition. Managed by Andy and Billy
set by Horn of Alabama in 1939. Bracken the winners were hard ,to
George Hills, Jacksonville, who Dbt a s n p w
placed first in the 1944 and d1945 s such outiamstanding men as Gust
SEC meets for Georgia Tech in P.. Fo Sh t rmiA Ln eJm ct
t JCBill Braken, and Joe Price.
for the Gators at Birmingham this Never Edged
,tyear. a t eao m IC.. The winners capt ured horse shoe
'Other Gator trackmen who will g- T., I singles in the first sport of the
mpti mingha e One l A ive-an University of rIor- year and were never out of first
(Ti-. place as they won boxing soon
ger) Adams, Gordon Atkinson, carkon ida skeet team outscored Prince- aer, flowed b numerous othe
Tommy Balikes, Sam Commander, ton Universitv. 234x250 to 220x250 high scoring events.
James 'Dempsey, Charles Earnest, Alachua Air Base and the Randuffs copped the 1947 in a telegraphic skeet shoot yes- Andy Bracken started out as
BobEnniis; Jim Griffin, Jack Han- Dormitory and Independent Intramural .1'..,.I titles, re- terd geon Cherr coach of manager and kept the spot until
skett, Chuck Hunsinger, C. H. Mc- spectively, Wednesday afternoon to bring to a close ath- S C yoa he relinquished his post to his
Kinnon, Billy Reynolds. Thomas spetively, Wednesday bring the Gator team, announced today. younger brother Billy. Andy had
R. Watkins, Gene Williams and I 'tic competition in the two leagues. The Air Base team t Gator teouced oda brhervit Anb caud
Jack Willis. overpowered Temp Dorm J, 7-0. i the finai sof the Don Bud Over, ob Mevy give up the vital spot because
J lr dp"league, and. the Randuffs ottt- Tommy Spicola each scored 49x of pressing duties to another job.
S. scored the All Stars, 7-4, to grab 50's to lead the Gators. while Last' kesofa hard is toneof tmanagerm
i ithe Independent loop crown. of Princeton was high for the Ivy factors 'of their championship
S' I Hardy Mowes 'Em Down Leaguers with 48x50. group.
S 'Cherry said a tentative match SAE Won LasL xear
1 0 -Temp Dorm J's hitters were against the Cadets of the United Last years winners the SAE's
k :-.- 'i t. .p T-". completely handcuffed for six and agast e ade of came in with the runner-up-spot
7i f sI one-third innings in the Dorm lea- States Military Academy had been this year without winning' a sin-
S': r -.'' '' 3 .. l gue finale as Pitcher Hardy of arranged to be shot at a later gle title. They scored their points
the Air Base outfit mowed down date. with seconds and close thirds in
The Delta Tau Delta with Fireball Tommy Taylor on every hitter to face him except the race.
the mound pounded out a 3-1 verdict over the Phi DTlta two men who reached first on Other Flcrida scores in'. e Softball closed the intramural
Theta ten in the. finals of the fraternity league softball miscues by the Air Base infield. Walter Jungmeyer,. 47x50, and program and from all indications
tourne Wednesday afternoon With one ut in the seventh Jo Bidwell40x50. it seemed to be a very successful
tourney Wednesday aiLernoon. frame, however McElwain rap- an with a all nmbr f
The winners jumped on Pitcher Al Lidgren of the ped ct a safety to spoil Hardy's This was the first shoot for the season wi a isagrell number ofhe
.fo-protests and disagreements. These
Phi Delts in the fifth frame for two hits, one error and otherwise perfect game. recently organized Gator skeet have to be expected with so many
a base on balls which were' good team. of the contest evenly matched.
enough for three -runs. These runs Eleven Srike IOut
later proved enough for a winning .. The Alachua moundsman sent
combination. ", J eleven opponents back to the
Score in Fifth ..bench as strikeout victims and
Score in Fifth did not issue a single free ticket WEEKLY Saturday Student
The losers scored their lone tal-" .. A r., to first. Sullivan, Temp J hurler, PROGRAM L Priae 30c
linhfihwerb' a - ; 0 ."., whiffed three men, walked three,
ly inhfifthwn BobtyPoage, and gave up ten hit. Rutkowski
the second man to face Taylor in paced the victors' attack with a MAT. 40c EVE. 44c
this inning, doubled to center and Tuesday evening, May 20, will homer and a single in three trips
reached third on an outfielder's mark the official close of.the high- to the 'late. TODAY SATURDAY
error Poage then crossed the Iv successful intramural program The Randuffs and athe All Stars ,
plate on-a ground ball by Whitey iook who waited to play in a Murer Picturel
plate na ground ball by Wh with the annual banquet to be held staged an offensive battle in the look who wanted to play in a Murder Picture
Owens to the Delts' second base- at the Primronse Grill beginning at finals of the Independent circuit ; '-'-- e. ,-
man. 6:30 p,.m, with the Randuffs coming from BOB DOROTHY .-, "'
On thepitchers' side of the iedg- Managers...:id Directo.. Honored behind in the sixth inning to win. HOPE AOUR
er, Taylor, .one of ..the best huirlers This banquet, conducted each the title. Both teams garnered P LM
to .chunk on the campus in many year t the close of the spring six safe blows, but the winners
.seasons,. set down five men-by the session, will honor the winners of took advantage of eleven walks
strikeout route, walked three, and the three official leagues along handed out by ,two All Star twirl- /
gave up one lonk hit, .which netted with the managers and member ers to pile up their winning mar-
the losers their dnly run. o2 the intramural board of direc- gn. -'.
tors. Taylor. Gets Credit -- .
Lindgren Laded. -
League wir rs, representing Taylor, Randuff pitcher who
Lindgren on the other hand also the Dormitory, Independent, and struck out six men and walked SUNDAY & MONDAY
turned in a sterling performance Fraternity groups, to be honored only fouir received credit for the
when he whiffed five batters, are Sledd C&G, .-.11 Stars, and the only vicory. Garcia, who pounded outhe
passed five and. gave up six hits. Phi Delta Theta's respectively. a.single and a triple, and Waters, R0AiCE THRILLS !
Al proved to be very .iff-:t- in Trophies will be awarded to the who connected for the game's lone ..
the tight, spots.. successful managers of these circi,t wallop, were the hitting .'
Star hitter of the day was none teas at this time. n stars for the victors. Crim and '. .
olherr.than Tormy T V..- of the Phi Delts Take. Trophy Garrigus contributed a pair of sin-i .
winners, who swings from theport t is significant that the John gles each to thei- toam's losing \ -
side with plenty of effectiveness. J. Tigert Trophy will, be retired cause. '
Taylor rapped out two hits in very by the Phi Delta .Theta fraternity, In the Dorm semi-finals Alachua
opportune moments. 'Leff Mabie wo. .by wining first place this Air Base defeated nThomas E & I -
also gathered two hits for the year, have broken the three-way F to win the right to enter the -
winners. eadloc- previously shared with finals while Temp Dorm J ad- l PEGGY KNUDSEN.
Large Crowd Present- the Alpha Tau Omega and the vailced over Temp Dorm S. In-
SSigma Alpha Epsilon fraternities. dependent league Semi-final -lay
Both teams played almost air- Comipetition for this. trophy has saw the All Stars win over Bap- TODAY & WEDNESDAY
tight ball with some very sterling been very keen this year, owing to tist Union and the Randuffs take ...
ball playing shown to. the large the fact that each of the above the measure of Pensacola Club. .
crowd -that -showed- their.-interest :fraternities needed only one more ? _
with plenty of yells and other win to secure its. possession. A -2 "t
ways which might express delight fraternity .before gaining perma- r''' ^* -,
and sorrow. nent possession of this trophy JOANNE DRU RICHARD ORRIS -
In the semi-finals the, Phi Delts must have secured first place in R E C 0 R D S Mi OAN DRU I .. KORRI
scored a 10-6 win over the SAE's intramurals for three years. ", Micael CHEKHOV T J. M. KERRIGAN .H.
and the Delts took a 4-1 verdict Invitation Extended "We Have the Top Tunes GEORGE F. STONE V. ERGORDON
over the: Theta Chi. Both of these The Intramural Department has
games were closely played and extended an invitation to all those Squires Radio in "SHOCKING MISS PILGRIM
plenty of spirit was evident all the- who have worked in. the. present Phone 299 2.0 W. University STARTS THURSDAY-Betty Gble in "SHOCKING MISS PILGRI
way th.ugl progri to be:present.


i pions Score 1501 Points;

SAE's Anrd TO's

Finnish- 2nd; 3rd'

By Bill Boyd
The sports-minded Phi
'J Delta Theta frater ty vir-
''r-'-., tually ran away ,,ith the
... ,: "^^i'.% ... U nive Ne sity intramural
.... .. ** League title as thcy grabbed
S, ... six 1i1'st places anam oe run-
S.. ner-up spot, scoring 1501
S : ,g points after the unofficial tally.
Off... .. icial tabulations had not been
released by the Intramural De-
... apartment as the ALLIGATOR
went to press. From ail indica-
tions the SAE's will hold the run-
ner-up spot with the ATO's cinch-
S"' ing ,the third place slot in the
Phi Delt Firsts
.. 'The Phil Delts captured firsts
in horseshoe singles, boxing, vol-
; -leyball, football, track, and swim-


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Chisti MgU l, Collegiate Champ Demonstrates Shot

-Six Engieers

By Bill Dunlap
Mark Hulsey, Law School Appointment of six engineers t
Mark Hulsey, Law School ., the instructional staff and three
student fromiaS Jacksonville, f|i et l to the research staff of the Col
was elected to head the Flor- lege of Engineering at the Uni
ida Blue Key for the next se- versity of Florida has been an
imester atethe semi-annualt s nounced by Dean Joseph Well witl
Board of Control approval.
banquet of the Florida Blue ntments to the re
Key held last Friday night at the The appointments to t he Engineerin
Primrose Grill. a Iusr Experiment Statio
Other officers elected for the and Industrial Experiment Statics
coming semester were W. McL. th are effective this month and th
Christie, a freshman in Law A'... A ft f.o teaching faculty appointments be
School from Jacksonville, vice come effective in July.
"r w c m -- ,m. b ade: New Instructors
president; Joseph McLaughlin, a ie e et ti" r
graduate student from Pensacola, "" Nwe appointees Icld: Wil
secretary, and Raymer Maguire, liam T. Tiffin, associate professor:
Jr., a freshman in Law School of mechanical engineering, for
from Orlando, treasurer. .g s t merely member of teaching-re
Judge LHeriong pe a-s search staff, University of Okla
ShoJudg the Hertaton Legislature- homa; George R. Grantham, as
fail to provid the an adequate budget u e .. wc sistant professor in sanitary engi
for operating and building needs needing, at present instructor ir.
at the University of Florida vet- of Technology; Frank M. FaIllinois Instit
erans now in school may be de-e a of Technology; Frank M. Flani
erans now in school may be de- o gan, instructor in mechanical en
proved of completing their educa- i gineering, former inspctor
tion," Judge A. B. Herlong, Pres- gineering, former Navy inspector
ident-elecg of the U nrt Sg James H. Smith, instructor in me
ske Aoie t iof te: University D e chanical engineering, former de
Alumni Associationi, stated in the sign engineer for Manhattan Proj
principal address at the FBK ban- .ee ect, Oak Ridge, Tenn.; Robert J
quest which preceded the election Co n't HCummings, Sr., instructor, former
Judge Herlong, a member of the ly taught industrial engineering
Alumni Association legislative -University of Alabama; Arthur E
committee, outlined pertinent leg- Lewis, instructor in civil engineer
isolation concerning the University L e- ..._... ing, experience in State Road De
to date, saying that he believed'eperienesingStatory
the action taken by the legisla- Leff abie, 21-year old University of Florida law student, demonstrates a trick shot to Charles "Cy apartment testing laboratory.
ture in making the University and Peterson, president of the Billiard Association of America, who 'put on an exhibition here this week. Research Men Named
the Florida State College for Mabloe recently won the pocket and three-chusion titles at the national invitational intercollegiate tour- William F. Fagan, assistant re
Women coeducational expresses ssearch engineer, EIES, former de
the will of the great majority of nament spon scored b Sterson. velopment engineer for Stewart
students and alumni throughout r Warner Corporation; Earl O. Mar
Florida. r a Fu ler W warren To tin. assistant research engine
The p rpose te htanued t wEIES, former test engineer fc
The purpose Are ofIniti anquet was Address Foresters General Electric, and Ovid
to initiate the seven new men Gano, assistant research engineer
to tan the seevenanew n a o EIES, former technician wit
rers: John Chowning, John Fuller Warren, prominent Florida Forest and Park Service.
Crews, Bob Ervin, Pat ONeal Jacksonville lawyer, will be
Wyke, students who were elected Club m eeting next Wednesday, e
to the honorary fraternity at a The 40-voice choir of the Florida Agricultural and Me- ay 21, at 7:30 p.m. in the Flor- te
meeting at Lake Wauberg, and chanical College will be presented, next Wednesday, May ida Union au itorium. The first Elected As New
Judge Herlong, who was elected to 1, at 4 and 8 p.m., in the University Auditorium, as the hall hour of the meeting will
emb er in recognition of his serv-y final offering of the 1946-47 Lyceum Council. be devoted to election of new of- CO-On President
ice to the University. Herman A. A fitting finale for the year, the A. & M. Choir comes ers.
Lee, graduating senior, gave the to the Florida campus with many successful engagements B d George Kates was elected press
charge while John Crews, student behind it. The choir, of 40 mixed S honic ident of the Co-Operative Gro
body president, gave the response. voices, is conducted by J. Harri-os h cc o eery Store at a meeting recently
Active Before the War son Thomas, and features a male inm D -t OV P which was featured by talks or
Hulsey's activities on campus octet. Another feature of the Sigma Delta Chi Of FSCW Plans different phases of te the stoe b
include being managing editor of group is the famous "Orange Blos- i Initiate concert Here Other officers eieeo were: Pau
the ALLIGATOR in 1943, chair-isom Quartet," composed of stu-.- in itiate Con ertHere Oubanksficersident;were
man of the old Florida Party (be- dents from the A. & M. Music D Eight M d ubankThe 70-piece symphonies, svice-president; E. ra M
fore the war) debating, and the pai;tment, which sang with spec- eon av The 70-piece symphonic band of Garris, secretary; and Conrad My,
Florida Players. He is a member tacular success at the Florida ex- Florida State College for Womenr et0 GoourMe
of the Phi Delta Theta social fra- hibits at the last several World's The pledging of eight Univer- is to give a concert at the Ufniver-e t0. Gme lro, E.R Myrs
eternity and Phi Delta Phi hon-IFairs over the country. sity students on April 28 has sity of Florida on Saturday night ClFayette CampbDennison were elected tan
orary professional fraternity, and' ]Program Amoiniced been announced by Sigma Delta Directed by Owen Sellers with the Board of Directors.
is a Navy veteran. I The program for 'Wednesday Chi, national professional jcur- Robert G. Smith as assistant di- Plans for the painting and en
Guests Listed Iwill include: Sanctus (from St. nalism fraternity. All journalism rector, the band has made appear- larging of the store and the-instal
Guests of honor attending the Cocolia Mass), Gounod; O Softly and radio majors, the pledges were ances in several Florida towns nation of fans were discussed.
meeting who were introduced and Singing Lute, Borowski; Czecho- chosen on,the basis of their ability this year. Included in the mem-
spoke briefly were: J. Henson Slovakian Dance Song, Krene; Old as demonstrated by class work bership are students of both A94 S
Markham, Jacksonville, member Folks At Home, Foster; Climbing and previous record. FSCW and the Tallahassee branch em~nOe
of the Board of Control; President Up the Mountain, traditional; Those pledgefe were: James Bax- of the University of Florida.
John J. Tigert; William A. McRae,. Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray, tradi- ley "Pen'' Gaines, Abe Moscovitz, Staff M eets
Bartow attorney and prominent tional; Steal Away, traditional; John Sever, Joseph Seykora, TedS
alumnus; L. K. Edwards, Jr., Ii'- Certainly Lord, traditional. Shurdleff, Duryee Van Wagenen, KA n a W The Seminole staff of 1948 wil
vine, president of the Alumni As- Free To Students and Elgin White. kA SInitiate WO hold its first meeting next Mon
sociation; Selden F. Waldo, iThere will be no advance ticket- These men will be initiated Mon- day night at 7:30 in the Seminol
Gainesville, president of the Na- distribution. University Students day, May 19th. Walter Crews is The Delta Delta caplter of Kap- office, basement of Florida Uniorn
tional Junior Chamnber of Coin- will be admitted free on presenta- president of the group, which was pa Sigma fraternity initiated Ir- All students who desire to wonr
merce and prominent alumnus; tion of Activity Cards or fee re- reactivated this year following his ving Kinder troni Ft. Lauderdale on te 1948 annual, to be published
Robert J. Bishop, Orlando attor- ceipts at the door. The admission, return to the campus as the only and Rufus Musgrove from Live nex'. year, are urged to attend th
ney; Sen. W. A. Shands chair- for student's wives and the gener- pre-war member to resume studies Oak into the fraternity last Wed- mcet'ing, according to Al Carlton
man of the State Senate appro- al public will be 25c. here. nesday night. editor-elect.
priations committee, and Col. Ev-
tHarry Parham, retiring student ator Critic Lauds Cast Of The Hasty Heart'
body president, and various deans
and department heads. iBy Gerald Clarke British nurse in an Assam-Burma convincing and really moving in in the thifd act in his lenunciatior
Paul Rogers, retiring president Allgator Drama Critic convalescent ward, did a wonder- j several 'kots, something which is of the Scot. The whole play wa
of the Florida Blue Key, presided The Department of Speech and ful job. |not common on any stage. He well cast. H. Warren Felkel, Pa
a anque the Florida Players presented J. Her characterization was excel- carefully avoided creating what O'Neal, Elihu Edelson, Sanfor
Patrick's "Hasty Heart" for a lent throughout the first two sets, .might have been a burlesque Schnier -nd Herman Shonbru:
SS CaA W il four-day run in P K. Yonge Au- and only because of a weakness in Scotsman by sensitively under- were all good.
ditorium this week. It was the her lines did her part become even playing the first act. The play was a little too we:
Be Ready Soon first full-length production of the a little unclear. She had a very By the third act he reached full contrived, a little phoney in spots
~ season which had any meaty roles d fficult job convincing the audi- pitch and moved everyone in the but for anyone with any sensibil


















"The catalogue listing the
courses with their sections and
respective professors w h i c h
have been scheduled for the two
summer sessions should be
available to students the first of
next week," Mr. R. H. White-
head, Assistant Registrar, an-
novnee 1 Wednesday.
Students may obtain their
cata'ogiues in the office of the
Registrar as soon as they are
available for distribution.

and it proved that slightly deeper ence that she could reasonably' audience Tuesday night there was ity it was an experience. At times
plays can be done here. fall in love with the arrogant, illi- not a snicker in the house when it overstated, but then, it dealt
Conipliments Due gitimate Scotsman who was the the surly Scot broke, and came to well with emotions of embarrass-
Compliments are due. Perha.ps. protagonist, but with the meagre the realization that there are ing tenderness and brutal sorrow
the f'rst should go to the director, lines she had, her performance npood men after all. Silence dur- which resist expression, and which
Lowcr1l Matson of t.e Speech De- was admirable. ing such an intensely dramatic were commonplace in service-
partment. Everything seemed to Lauds Leldon Martin massage is, perhaps, the greatest: men's lives.
be under perfect control. The in- Leldon Martin was the lead, tribute a college audience can give Probably to the veterans in the
terpretation of the Fnes was nev- Lachen McLachen, whose conver- an actor. audience here it seemed a better
er f1lso, even when the author sion from complete misanthropism Jack Mills made the most of a play than it did to the 1945 Broad-
-r":r-' ,fr emotion which was a lit- i-rn'thed the plot of the play. |cor--edv part in cockney accent. ,--" -v rl'^ences. Never did it real-
tle -.rced. Compliments should 2- martin is an actor. In an emo- Certainly at times he stole the ly drop in interest It was well
go to Florabel Wolff, who as a tional part he, was thoroughly show. A. Tom Sims hit his stride chosen-well presented.


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