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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: April 23, 1948
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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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>.
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Student Owned

Student Controlled

Dedicated To Student


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To 19 Florida Men

For Achieving i

May Blue Key t !

VOL. 39; NO. 35



Florida Players Rehearse

Sp ring Carnival Hits Ca

Florida Blue Key Taps N

Expanding Student Body Warrants Carnival Orchestra

Increase In Number Of Pledges
By "Hap" Hazard
SFlorida Blue Key tapped 19 men for membership, thus '
conferring upon them the highest honor possible for a Uni- i
versity of Florida student.
The men pinned with the Blue Key peldge pin and rib- .
i oraibons represent many colleges and campus organizations. '
The number ofp; ,p1lep d 151 '..
keeping with the expanding stud-
'ent body, more student activities, I"
and the greater opportunity for Florida A a d
rendering general service to the e
University., h
Honorary members tapped were
Dr. J. Hillis Miller, president of "n T
the University, Frazier Rogers, C l i IVe "
N a t t heahead professor of agricultural en-
No, it isn't a ral fight. Its just a rehearsal. Florida Playere re- gineering, Dr. James M. Day, pro-
hearse for the last major production of the school year, Gogel's "The fessor of law, Walter McRae, Sr., o n
InspectoruGeneral" which opens Tuesday evening at 8:15 in P. of Jacksonville, and R. P. Terry,a isi I '
Yonge Auditorium. both prominent in University
alumni work.
Those students chosen for mem- Famed Group Will Sing r
ThreeP la activities, and home towns are: Classic And Spirituals.
a- s-d aGrover E. Baker, Miami, music, In Single Perforlmance
organizations and service, religion;
Sta e m -pburg, athletics, service, and or- Sponsored by the University of -- i
Opens Tuesday Plant City ptcsganizations;ns' Florida A and M. Choir from Ta m
PlantCity, politicsorganizations,, Pahassee c n concert wh -a
Se r iand service; W. Albert Carlton, lahassee will sing in concert in
Wauchula, publications, organiza- the University auditors to-
an P Rg. K oYonge, Trhiz performance has beer, site- .
ro, Jr., Dania, Religion,.organiza- duled to begin at 7:30 o'clock and
tons, and service; Herbert J. Do-
By Barton Johns herty, Jr., Jacksonville, pubiica- to end at 9 o'clock. Arrangements
tions, organizations, student got- have been made to permit stu- f o
In May, 1836, the theater public had its first chance to rmonm ent andgeatiore s tuent ov- dentc e or dates to l a e e :. ,U
laugh at Gogol's "The Inspector General" and they have Faircloth, Chiefland, forensics, mav be scheduled for 9 o'clock. Johnny Long
been laughing ever since. The full-length three-act comedy student government, and service Students, wives and dates will
will open Tuesday night at 8:15 in P. K. Yonge auditorium and organization; Getiorge B. Hills, be admitted free. SOUNDS GOOD, THOUGH
with a sparkling cast of Florida Jr., Jacksonville, athletics, organ- There will be an admission
rs. ie f r Flor aE nations, and service nd scholar- charge to the general public, and Fidd es From Pside;
Tickets may be obtained at the W ill tions; Robert T. Lyle, Jacksonville, Union.
Florida Union and Canova Drugs. organizations, politics, and music The Florida A. and M. Choir,
and all seats are reserved with M s and scholarship; William L. Moor, through the years has built a bn a
students being admitted free and Tallahassee, publications, intra- great reputation. Last fall :the a 0 r t
tickets for the public at 50 cents. muralss organizations and service; singers broadcast several Sundays Y o R e r
The popular play has been trans- AdLeonard L. Mosby, Jr., Oakhill, over CBS on a national hook-up,
lated into almost every modern politics dramatics, and service replacing, it is said, for the timne When that smooth and lowdown of every other violiniist in the
language and revived at frequent g and organizations; James K. Rush, the also famous negro "Wings theme of Johnny Long and his or- world.
intervals in many countries. its Orlando, organizations, service, Over Jprdan" aggregation. chestra starts' the Gator socia- A fine musician at the age of
uprovicial-minded,.grafting, small- .U and forensics; William Scruggs, The program received from Tal- ]ite's feet shuffling tonight and 1
town politicians are real-life char- Monticello, politics, organizations, lahasseei by the local sponsors tomorrow of Spring Carnival, he'll Johnny did concert worX
actors, exaggerated in the spirit of Recognizng the desire of ori-and service C. Harve Smith, shows classical pieces, Russian be seeing and listening to the only throughout the South and at 17
fun but without these siihtest sg da students to remain inthe Arcadia, service, organizations, songs, an the "Mlesere" from .he .ift-handed violis in the swing- enteref'Duke University,wh.ere he
Sof preachment gr propa to seek their fortunes, the loc an studentgovernment; W. Fred opera rovatore." inenegro orchestra business more in Engish. In 1931. 11
g.tr of preachment r pr ap- to seek the city fortunes, the local Turner, Panama City, service, or- ritualls are to be offered in- Bandl ader Johnny Long, de-fe enEgli coprai
ganda. chapter. of the Society for the Ad- ganizations, and student govern- eluding the popular "Dry Bones," cried as the only "s outhpa freshmen organized acoopertive
Dr. Delwin Dusenbury, who ha planned its program forthejoint ment; Win. St. George Walker, to be sung by the male octette. fiddler" on record was born-in band and called themselves "the
Dr Dke twin B.qDusenbufryneetidngis proghmtoR the joi-n Jacksonville, student government Doors will be open at 7 o'clock. Newell, North Carolina, in Sep- Freshman Orchestra." They al-
worked with the same play before meeting with the Bearound the theme, and organizations, service and re- Since only one concert will be temper of 1914. "Newell." IIts ternated between the men's and
Dr. Dusenbtry came to the Uni- neering Society around the theme ligion, and publications; and B. given, as against two last year, a wide spot in the road," says women's dining halls making mu-
versity last Fall. His first major "Industrial Opportunities for En- Lamar Winegart, Jr., Jacksonville, the student body is requested to Johnny of his birthplace. He
production was "State Of The gineers in the Southeast." politics and student government, come early in order to secure bJ dtdy oh b th e. e sic for their meals. The orches-
Union," which starred Pat O'Neal. The meeting is scheduled for organizations, and service t, codea sts. began studying violin at the age
The presentation has stood up to Tuesday, April 27.at 8 p.m. in the orgaizaion,9adlsrvie.ioodseas.e of five and at six, the famous trai they alternated with was un-
now as the comedy hit of the sea- latw courtroom m. PThe program will consist of the "pig. incident" occurred. An. der the direction of another
son. meI of t The feat uromed eveton the pro- M c l en following selections: over-hungry porker bit young youngster named Les Brown.
"Playboy Of The Western gram will be an address by 150th Psalm, Rebecca W. Johnny on the left hand, sever- Summers the band played a
World" was Dr. Dusenbury's sec- ward D. Hobbs, manager of the Mc ulleBrown, Randegger; Ave Maria, Ing the tendons of several fin-
ond directorial assignment. Clay Industrial Department of the Bennye Terrill, Bach-Gounod; gers. resort at White Lake, N. C. and
enJacksonville Chamber of Com- How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Which might have ended any- although the personnel remain-
Fields and ouise Livengood ca- mere Place, Choir, Brahms! Hush. bod career right there but the same,the and's name
voted about the stage in this, to Somebody's Calling My Name, changed from year to year.career right there but
the confusion of some playgoers Hobbs has had a lengthy en- Male Octet, Spiritual; Dry Bones, the Longs are made of sterner Staing as the "Duke Sopho-
and to the amusement of others. gineering career inboth the Uni- Male Octet, Spiritual; Autumn, stuff. His musicteacher re- mores," they became the "Duke
Despite a rushed rehearsalsched- t states and South America, MGretchanninoff; The Peasant and strung the fiddle tauht h Juniors," then the "DukeSen-
ule, the experimental play had with considerable experience in or- sHis Oxen, mith-Aschenbrenner; how to bow with his left hand and lors" andfinally the "Collegi-
much of its beauty intact and also gazational and planning eapacir- Smliin' Through, Choir, Penn; One finger with his right, the reverse ans." After their graduation in
the most charming set of the year. ican Industrial Developinge Ameroun- World, Choir, O'Hara; Do Not Go June, 1935, the oand started off
cil and the Southern Development Coun My Love, Rebecca Brown, Hoge- professionally with the aid of
H Council, he is currently engaged Cross hospitalization representa- man; Witness, Rebecca Brown; Hal Kemp and his manager
P PS Control in Industrial Development work tive, has announced that she will Hall Johnson; The Miserre, Prison Jobs were few and hard to find
U 0 for the city of Jacksonville. be available at the Primrose Grill scene from "Il Trovatore"; Jean- A pply T o G in those days, but the Long m-
Following the address, Hobbs for those students who desire to ette Wilkinson and William Peters bination caught on and since then
will hold an open forum and enter- enroll in the White Cross plan. Verdi; Ewing Low Sweet Chari- L eae e they've played all over the nation
Co ven on Here tain questions from the audience. Representing the Bankers Life ot, Traditional; Study War No eave tim e at the greatest musical show-
Although the meeting is designed and Casualty Co. of Chicago, Mrs. More, additional; Talk About a cases, proms, theatres and clubs.
Convent onH r primarily for engineering students, McMullen is now touring Florida, Child That Do Love Jesus, Law- Leave time will be automatic A Sigma Nu, Johnny is always in
members of the SAM iirge all non- having just recently come to this son; Steal Away, Traditional; Ev- for 'those veterans who enroll demand 'to play at the fraternity
engineering students to attend as city from West Palm Beach. evry Time I Feel That Spirit, for the first Summer term, functions of the various 98 chap-
Annual meeting of Florida Pest well, since the program was not Those enrolling under the White Traditional; Give Me Jesus, Arr with no application being nec- terms.
Control Association, being held in designed to be a technical dis- Cross plan will receive compen- W. C. Handy; Let Us Break essary, Dean J. Ed Price an-
conjunction with the Florida En- cussion, but to present to the stu- station for hospitalization, all hos- Bread Together, Arr. Ryder. nounced this week. Reft A c e Powers
tomological Conference and under dent body a comprehensive pic- pital bills 1 0 days a year, sur- Dean Price went on to say that Aen ie poe
auspices of the Florida Chapter of ture of business and industrial gery, doctor bills, and child birth Ll s tohe folwn ev e
the Newell Entomological Society, opportunities in the South of to- care, as well as all operating rom onlyr s the following veterans need
convenedd yesterday morning at fday and tomorrow., costs and anesthetics.Lo i Veteransa rusAdminikst(Form 1908) tothse roa ended By Act
Under the White Cross plan, Veterans ni stration: Thei
Dr. John T. Creighton, in an members select and pay only for not planning to attend the first
r.JohnT. Creighton, in a n mem lecandpay only or I daforum Summer term, who desire allow- Enforcement powers of the area
address to the group composedlations hospital and surgery for the en- able leave time; and those who rent office have been broadened
operators from throughouand t nthe Results of the contest for tire family up to $8 a day per per- The weekly AVC "Florida Fo- want no leave time. by the Housing and Rent Act of
entire southeastern United States Campus Queen at 6 o'clock last son for 100 days, room and meals rum," over WGGG Monday from This announcement is import- 1948, according to an announce-
exptressed great satisfaction in the n pight show Miss Hendley, baock- an d other extras. 8:30 to 9 p. m., will offer a sub- ant to those veterans whose re- ment by Carl Winter, area rent
way that pest coreantrol has risen in ed bea the fcto i e lead. Mrs. McMullen emphasizes the ject pertinent to tie present na- mining eligibility may expire director. In addition to. increasing
wythe t past conthre years. H sen s ed by the topeit In oder are fact that under this plan a mem- tional labor issue, "Is the Taft- prior to the completion of over 50 powers of the rent office, the Act
that he hopes that within 10 years Dottie Powell, Louise Peacock, ber does not have to go to the Hartley labor act functioning to- per cent of a given term or se- also requireslandlords to' file re-
he profession will be well recog- Joan Herwitz, Rosemary Feana- hospital to get benefits. Doctor ward a better understanding be- master, ports of lease increasing rents
nized in the State of Florida, he gan, Carolyn' Cowper, Lee Rob- bills at home or visits to the doc- tween labor and management?" A Veterans Administration offi- which terminated on or before
said. insort and Anne Oob. tor's office up to $150 per person Experts taking part in this dis- cial will be available to assist vea- April 1, 1948.
id n Awill be paid as well as life insur- cussion will be Prof. J. G. Eldridge erans in completion of the proper The Act granted authority to
ance and wage insurance up to and Prof. Ralph Turlington, of the leave time request forms (1908), rent offices to seek injunctions
INITIATION SET MAY 1 $200 per month. University Economics Department; as well as to aid in matter per- against, any violations of any pro-
Checks are sent directly to the Tom Dobson, local insurance man; tamning to increased subsistence vision of the rent act, wih par-
Am Se S G ardner~ee I-'' policy holders who pay their~own L. S. Echols, local businessman; under Public 411, etc. Veterans ticular emphasis on unlawfulevic-

S FII P es de tthe fact that the rate a policy A regional labor representative 9 to 12 o'clock and 1:30 to 4 Rent Act may be obtained at the
AF Pholder starts with is the one he will be the featured guest. Prof. o'clock each day next week, Mon- local rent office, 1301/2 West Uni-
b keeps. He never has to pay a high- Sam Proctor of the history depart- day through Friday, if they desire varsity Avenue, Gainesville, phone
er rate nor any assessments. meant will be moderator, assistance. 2215.
The "F" Club held their elec- In outlining the future plans of
tions last week, with Bill (Tiger) the "F" Club, Adams stated that
Adams, St. Petersburg, succeeding they are going to award "F" a
Hank Gardner as president. blankets to graduating seniors E
Other men elected to office were this year. This is the first time g
president; Fletcher Groves, Tam- since 1942. Approximately 26 men
pa, secretary; Jack Ledoux, Cler- will receive blankets. By Jack Shoemaker the Executive Council, has the tion of the student body should and to speak before alumni
mont, treasurer, and Jimmy Kynes, Included in the future plans will The second highest office in the know-how of a student govern- be a place for party fights." groups through the State to
Marianna, sergeant-at-arms. be an attempt to make boxing a Student Government here at Flor- ment officer. He has participated The first major project that make them more conscious of
-... ..........t the. Univer-... ida is that of vice-president. Earl in many Council meetings, and he Th is ao rjc htthe fact that the ]University is

,' sity,, since several of the members Faircloth from Chiefland, a Ju- realizes that his is a difficult, but he wishes to fulfill is the getting on the verge of a great accom-
e" were eligible, for their letters nior in the College of Arts and important, office to fulfill, of more dormitories for students. 'plishment..
through participation in boxing. Sciences, and a candidate,endorsed The duties according to the "We should have enough dorms Faircloth, a varsity debater, is
There will be a greater effort on by the Varsity Party, will fill Constitution are that the vice- to house one-third of the student one of the grand national "Big
the part of the "F" Club to bring that job next September. president is a member at large, body. There are 1,800 people liv- Ten" debaters and has won two
more boys from high school to the According to his opinion, the and that he carries one vote in ing in a space designated for 1,135 grand national awards; one in ra-
S University for athletic events. "Big 5" recently the Executive Council. He also people. To carry out the pro- tory and one in declamation. He
Last year the high school athletes elected to their must assist the president of gram of more housing, we must also won the A. E. Hopkins trophy
"' were here for the Kansas State- offices are a ca- the Student Body in all mat- carry on an effective legislative in school debating intramural. He
Florida football game, but it was pable staff of of- ters pertaining to the bettering program with President Miller. is a member of the Young Demos
found according to Adams, that ficers. "I know," of the Student Body. "But", This is a must and a necessity and the Pep Club.
more coaches than students at- s a i d Faircloth, added Faircloth, "I want to do in the development of a better In concluding the interview,
teo ended. "that we can do a more than that." University." Faircloth stated, "I want to take
Next year the annual "F" Club very good job, In answering a question about Other aims that Faircloth will this opportunity to thank the
dance will be held during the and the Executive the elections, Faircloth emphasized strive to accomplish are: to get Student Body for having chosen me
d.. Homecoming game. Council gives the that "The elections are over; more permanent classrooms; to to serve as vice-president for
Sii An initiation for those students indication of be- men were elected from both par- speed up all reforms needed in next year. I shall strive to repre-
eligible for the "F" Club will take ing a very able ties our paramount duty is campus situations, such as, a sent the entire Student Body
ger Adams-new president place May, during the Miami- body." to serve the Student Body. "I campus laundry and a Univer- in a manner befitting a Student
iger" Adams-new president Floridatrack meet. Faircloth, a present,(member of don't think that the administra- sity owned printing plant; Body Officer."
of tle "F" Club.



nineteen Men

Carnival, Street Dance, Parades

Concerts, Queens Hi ghtlight Program
SBy Scott Verner
Today brings to the University of Florida its first cam-
pus-wide social function, Spring Carnival. According to Al
Crabtree, Carniyal chairman, everything i's in readiness
for the weekend of frivolity.

James C. Downs

Will Be Speaker

Monday Evening

Economist's Topic To Be
"The Future Of Real
Estate In Florida"
James C. Downs, Jr., nationally
known real estate economist, will
speak here under auspices of the
University of Florida Lecture Se-
ries Monday evening, officials an-e
nounced today.
Downs, president of Real Estate
Research Corporation, and editor-
in-chief of the Journal of Property
Management, will speak on "The
Future of Real Estate In Florida."
The address, scheduled for 8 p.m.
in Florida Union Auditorium, will
be open to the public.
Operating head of one of the
country's largest property man-
agement firms-Downs, Mohl and
Company Downs made eight
speaking appearances at the Uni-
versity last April, a number of
them before real estate class sec-
tions, others before reactors, build-
ers and financial association mem-
bers. His visit here next week will
include several classroom lectures..
Downs, whose accurate predic-
tions on the future of real estate
have placed him foremost among
realty economists, will be in Flor-
ida to attend the dedication of
the Realty Board Building in Mi-
ami and will be accompanied here
by Jay Hearin, Tampa, a former
president of the Florida Real Es-
tate Board. ,
Another man, prominent in the
real estate field, expected for a
conference at the University Mon-
day is Herbert U. Nelson of Chi-
cago. Executive vice president of
the National Association of Real
Estate Boards. Nelson will confer
with members of the. staff of the
University Real Estate Depart-
ment on real estate research.

'Florida Follies'

Appears In May
First class entertainment is the
by-word for "Florida Follies," said
Director Raul Reyes, who an-
nounced yesterday that the com-
bined Sigma Delta Chi-Gainesville
Jaycee production is well on the
road toward presentation.
Scheduled to greet the public
during the latter part of May in
the Florida Theatre, "Florida Fol-
lies" will be a charity show, using
local talent. Gainesville Jaycees
will utilize part of the profits, in
constructing a playground near
the University, and Sigma Delta
Chi, professional journalism fra-
trenity, will use their share to-
ward furthering journalism in
Gainesville and throughout the
In announcing the cast, Reyes
called particular attention to a
professional dance routine to be
presented by Winkie Saunders,
Florida coed, Elmer Allen and Don
Davidson. Other numbers in the
show include Harvey Relman, Glee
Club soloist, ATO fraternity's ver-
sion of Spike Jones' "Chloe," and
Wayne Estey, accordian soloist.

Boasting a two day program
that includes a Carnival parade,
a street dance, a beauty contest,
two mammoth dances in the "new"
gym, and the Florida A & M Choir
Recital, Spring Carnival headlines
Johnny Long and his orchestra.
Another feature of the week-
end is the recently added exhibi-
tion debate starring the cham-
pionship Gator Debators, -B. H.
Castagna, Jerry Gordon, Leon Mc-
Kim and Alan Westin. The debate,
free to the public and students,
is to be held in Florida Union Au-
ditorium at 4 p. m. today.
The main strictly-social activ-
ities of the two-day carousing
(those in which the long or-
chestra participates) are the
College Night Dance (optional
attire) at 9 tonight in the gym;
the Street Dance. (dress also op-
tional) to be held on the tennis
courts tomorrow at 3:30 p. n.,
and the Carnival Dance at 9
p. m. tomorrow night, which ts
to .be informal. Radio Station
WGOG will broadcast a portion
of each evening dance.
Ending their week-long drive,
the Gator Fund of the American

4:30 p. m.-Championship de-
bators in Florida Union Auditor-
7 p. m.-Cavalier's Dance open
to all in Recreation Hall.
7:30 p. m.-Florida A. & M.
Choir Recital in Auditorium.
9 p. m.-College Night Dance
with Johnny Long in Gym.
10:30 p. m.-W. G. G. G. G. Ra-
dio Broadcast from Dance.
(Campus Club open until 2 a. m.
1:30 p. m.-Parade originating
on Stadium Road.
3:30 p. m.-Street Dance with
Long's orchestra Tennis Courts.
4 p. m.-Combo. Contests at
Street Danpe. 1 .... ...--
4:30Y p. m.-Prizes awarded, tcr
Parade and Combos.
8 p. r.-Carnival Dance.
10 pn .m.-Beauty' Queen Named
(Cancer. Drive Committee).
10 p. m.-WGGG Radio Broad-
cast from Dance.


Col. Roy LeCraw To Speak

In Auditorium Monday Night

Col. Roy LeCraw of -Atlanta,
campaign director of the program
of progress for the Presbyterian
Church, U. S., will speak in Uni-
versity Auditorium Monday night,
at 8 p.m. under auspices of the
Student Religious Association.
A lawyer and business man in
Atlanta, Col. LeCraw is a Ruling
Elder in the North Avenue Pres-
.byterian Church. He has been ac-
tive in civic affairs in Atlanta,
having served as president of both
the Junior and Senior Chambers
of Commerce, chairman of the
Community Chest, and Mayor of
A member of the National Guard
for 15 years prior to World War
II, Col. LeCraw resigned as May-
or after serving 14 months of his
four-year term to enter military
service. He was assigned to the
European theatre and served as
a member of the General Staff.
After close of hostilities, he re-
turned to Europe in 1946 as a
member of the military govern-
ment in the occupied countries.
Appointed by the General As-
sembly in March 1947 as Direc-
tor of War Relief, Col. LeCraw
was later called to head the organ-
ization of the Church's Program
of Progress as its Campaign Di-
rector. LeCraw declined to accept
any salary, and is serving the

Church as a "dollar-a-year" man.
His interest in his Church and
his conviction that the Program
of Progress was vital *to the life
of the Church were given as his
reasons for this action.
LeCraw's address will deal with
the role of the Christian Church
in International Affairs. Invitation
is extended by the Student
ligious Association to the entire
student body to attend this lkc-

Col. Roy LeCraw

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Cancer Society will crown at the
Saturday night dance the "Cam-
pus Queen," who is being selected-
by nickel ballots. All proceeds go
toward reaching the University
goal of $1,500. Doyle Rogers, gen-
eral chairman of the contest, re-
minded campaigners that a mini-
mum of 100 ballots is required
for entrees.
At the afternoon dance session,
the Junior IFC is staging a combo
contest with a large silver cup be-
ing. offered to the winner. The cup
is on display in the Florida Union.
Five trophies will be award-
ed to the winning floats in the
Saturday parade, with one go-
ing to the best fraternity, soror-
ity, independent and dormitory
sponsor of floats. According to
FIC President Eugene Doss,
who is heading the parade com-
mittee, the floats will be judg-
ed on originality, beauty and de-
sign. 0The student, government
is to give a grand trophy to the
best over-all entry. The parade,
which is scheduled to. start at
1:30 p. m.' tomorrow, will origi-
nate on Stadium Road. The
Street Dance will immediately
follow the parade.
Judging the parade will be
President J. Hillis Miller and Vic-
tor P. Leavengood, fraternity ad-
visor; the Lewis Jewelry Com-
pany of Gainesville :has donated
the grand trophy for the best all-
Continued on Page THREE

National Pholog
Group Announces

Contest Regulations

Collegiate Exhibition
Prizes Include Trip
To New York And Job

Eleven prizes will be awarded
to the winners in the third annual
National Collegiate Photography
Exhibition. The 1948 exhibition,
sponsored by Kappa Alpha Mu,
honorary fraternity .devoted to
photo journalism, will be judged
at the University of Missouri on
May 3.
The grand award will be a trip
to New York with traveling ex-
penses paid, seven weeks' work as
-a staff photographer for the
magazine Science Illustrated at a
salary of $50 a week, and prom-
ise of a job for the photographer
upon graduation if mutually satis-
Any student regularly enrolled
in any college or university may
enter up to 10 prints with no
more than five prints in a single
class. Closing date for entries is
April 30.
Entry blanks and contest rules
may be secured by writing W. J.
Bell, 18 Walter Williams Hall,
University of Missouri, Columbia,

Alpha Phi Omega
Elects Officers
Gus Smith, Clearwater, was
elected to serve as president of
Alpha Phi Omega for the coming
semester at its meeting April 18.
Other officers elected were:
Lanier Dashier, Jacksonville, first
vice-president; A. W. Siker, Jack-
sonville, second vice-president;
Doyle Rogers, Fort Lauderdale,
secretary; Thomas Thompson,
Fort Lauderdale, treasurer; Jim
Dryman, Sarasota, historian; F. H.
Smith, Fort Lauderdale, alumni
secretary; and Paul Serns, Miami
Beach, master-at-arms.


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C-1 Progress Tests
Scheduled Tuesday
Cl Tuesday, April 27, at 8:80
p.m., University Auditorium. C
12 Tuesday, April 27, at 7 p.m.
students whose last names begin
with A-H will report to Univer-
sity Auditorium; 1-3 to room 176
Building E; K to room 175 of
Building E; M to the Chemistry
Auditorium; N to room 177,
Building E; 0 to room 178,
Building E; Q-R to Science 101;
S to Agricluture 108; T-V to
Agricluture 104; W-Z to Science

Florida Players
Junior Group
Elects Officers
Greta Andron, Miami Beach, has
been elected president of the newly
formed Apprentice Group of the
Florida Players. Robert Murdock,
Cocoa, were elected vice president
and Mildred Langford, Pensacola,
All three of the newly elected
officers are now in rehearsal with
"The Inspector General." Miss
Andron played Tessie and Aurore
in "Jean Of Lorraine." Murdock
appeared in the same play as Ab-
bey, Jacques d'Arc, and Cauchon.
Miss Langford was Essie, the
ballerina, in "You Can't Take It
With You" and also one of the
Irish Misses in "Playboy Of The
Western World."
The apprentice group was or-
ganized under the supervision of
Pete House, stage manager for the
Florida Players, to give persons
working toward membership in the
Players an opportunity to become
better acquainted with campus
dramatic work.

Water Safety
Class Meets
Monday At Pool
A water safety course leading
to the instructor's certificate will
begin in the University pool Mon-
day, April 26th, under the super-
vision of the College of Physical
Education, Health and Athletics.
Persons interested in entering
the course must have a current
Senior Life Saving card and must
be 19 years of age. The course
will be taught by Miss Margaret
Weeks and Mr. Irving Naglow,
members of the College of Physical
Education, Health and Athletics
faculty. Classes meet four times
weekly at 3:30.
Any persons who wish to renew
their current instructor's cards
may join the course May 10th. Mr.
Harry Kenning, American Red
Cross Safety Representative from
Atlanta, will be here for the final
phases of the work.

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Baptist Student
Union To Install
Officers Sunday
The Gainesville Baptist Student
Union will formally install its new-
ly elected officers at the annual
Installation service Sunday eve-
The installation service will be
held at the First Baptist Church at
8 Sunday evening. Raymond
Koonce, state secretary of the or-
ganization and counselor for the
local chapter, will preside during
the service. Barbara Davis, Gain-
esville, and Ben McCall, Sarasota,
will discuss the need for Christian
leadership and the place of the B.
S. U. in developing leaders.
Following the installation ser-
vice a reception in honor of the
new officers will be given in the
lower auditorium of the First Bap-
tist Church.

Technical Papers
To Be Presented.
At State Meet
Eleven representatives of the
University of Florida College of
Engineering are presenting tech-
nical papers at the thirty-second
annual convention of the Florida
Engineering Society this weekend
in Orlando.
The papers, ranging in subject
from jet engines to the pulp and
paper industry in Florida, are be-
ing given by seven University fac-
ulty members and four engineer-
ing students.
Participating in the program
are F. L. Prescott, professor of
mechanical engineering; H. B.
Williams, associate professor of
mechanical engineering; H. W.
Burney, assistant in research;
W. \T. Tiffin associate professor
of mechanical engineering; Dr.
W. J. Nolan, head of 2ulp and pa-
per research in the chemical engi-
neering section of the Florida
Engineering and Industrial Ex-
periment Station; Paul H. Nelson,
associate professor of electrical
engineering, and R. S. Hoff, as-
sistant research engineer, electri-
cal engineering section, Engineer-
ing and Industrial Experiment
Student speakers at the tech-
nical sessions include D. M. Size-
more, Miami; R. H. Bennett, Jr.,
Blackstone, Va.; G. J. Eggart,
Gainesville, and J. J. Berry, Jack-

Lost And Found Dept.
Set For Rainy Days;
Students Are Not
If you have lost any kind of
rainwear, and particularly a
rain hat, you might drop by the
lost and found department in
the Dean of Students office -
you'll probably find it. There
are now about 35 or 40 unclaim-
ed ratnhats in the basement of
Language Hall.. They had to
move them down there because
they took up, too much space in
the dean's office.. There are
-also several fountain pens and
other unclaimed articles in the
lost and found department. .. .








Clubs And Organizations

Graduating Seniors in the School of Pharmacy pose for a picture
Eli Lilly And Company in Indianapolis, Ind.

Ag Club Shows Film

At Regular Meeting
A film showing how phosphorus
is taken from rocks, how it is
packed in the pure form, and how
it effects the growth and condi-
tion of plants and animals featur-
ed the regular meeting of the Ag
Club last Monday night.
The club invites everyone to at-
tend its meetings which are held
each Monday night. Another film
will be shown at its meeting next

Kappa Epsilon
Holds Election
And Initiation
The annual initiation and elec-
tion of officers of the Kappa
chapter of Kappa Epsilon, nation-
al women's pharmaceutical frater-
nity, was held on April 11 at the
home of Mrs. P. A. Foote, spon-
Those initiated were Mary Lou-
ise Griffin, High Springs; Wanda
Cowart, Arcadia; Mae Fischesser,
Gainesville, and Piri Kahlenberg,
Sarasota. Eligible for initiation
but unable to attend the service
was Norma Parramore, Orange
Following the initiation these
officers were elected: Neddie Rod-
riguez, president; Piri Kahlenberg,
vice president; Mary Louise Grif-
fin, secretary; Mae Fischesser,
treasurer, and Wanda Cowart, his-
Retiring officers are: Edith
Ware, president; Betty Lankford,
vice president; Joy Lee, secre-
tary: Mona Ferguson, treasurer.
Other members of the frater-
nity are Charlotte McCall, Mary
Ware, Enida White and Anella

State Theatre Offers
Spanish Film Tuesday
The Spanish Department of the
Division of Language and Litera-
ture announce today that the
Spanish dialogue-film (with Eng-
lish subtitles), "La Casta Susana,"
will be presented at the State
Theatre Tuesday. Showing will be
offered at the usual times at regu-
lar prices.


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University of Madrid
For descriptive folder, write:
Dept. "C"
Spanish Student Tours
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Mother Rood Has Been

With Pi Kap's Since '38

By Roger Long
Having resided as housemother
to the Pi Kappa Phis for over 10
years, Mrs. H. L. Rood has come
to be regarded by her fraternity
as its most cherished institution.
She first came to Gainesville in
1938 to be with her son, who
was a Pi Kappa Phi, and stayed
to become a housemother.
Receiving her education at the
U. of Nebraska, she later taught

Mrs. H. L. Rood

in the high schools of Nebraska
and Wisconsin. After her marriage,
she and her husband moved to
Florida, he to following his pro-'
fession of Journalism and she to
teach. Before long they went to
New Smyrna Beach, where they
established the New Smyrna Beach
News. This newspaper they suc-
cessfully operated for 20 years.

Methodist Group
Enjoys Funite
Wesley Foundation presented its
second annual Funite last Friday
night with a program consisting
of skits, novelty numbers, dances,
and songs, based upon a rhythmic
Those who participated in the
program were: Elaine Symser,
Tom Denmark, Ella Mae Baer,
George Steele, Carlton Brunson,
Mary Jane Kirst, Lloyd Lyle, Ev-
erett Myer, John Doherty, John
Hays, Jo Stansell, Dalson Wilson,
Donald Kokomoor, Gene Zimmer-
man, Bill Griffin, Donald Padgett,
Allan Stuart, Bob Hall,. Frankie
Billington, Martha Miller, Sue
Fowler, Jean Billington, Brooks
Billington, Margie Archell, Ruth
Kernick, Bill Rogers, Tom Ketch-
ins, Pete and Al Brock, Les Rabb,
and Johnny Conroy.
Jim Torrence played the piano
for the numbers, while Tom Howes
was in charge of the entire pro-

While living on the East Coast,
Mrs. Rood devoted her extra hours
to the Chamber of Commerce at
New Smyrna and to various other
Civic activities.
During the war years, she offer-
ed her services to the Daytona
Beach News Journal, but never-
theless managed to keep' as close
connections as possible with the
Pi Kappa Phis, often coming to
serve as hostess- to their various
wartime functions.
At present Mother Rood does
the purchasing for the house and
plans the menus, but most import-
ant, and in her own words:
"I feel that I serve as a contact
between the present- active men
of the chapter and the alumni, in
that I have b,.n able to know
them all and thus am in a position
to maintain a constant associa-
With this helpful and friendly
attitude, small wonder Mother
Rood has well established herself
in the hearts of the men of her

Pharmacy Club
To Have Picnic
Acception of recommendations
of the planning committee for the
annual Spring picnic and a speech
.by L. W. Harrell, associate di-
rector of professional relations, on
the purpose and accomplishments
of this Bureau highlighted the
regular meeting of Mortar and
Pesle rast week.
All members and their families
or friends are invited to the pic-
nic to be held at Goldhead Branch
State Park on May 1.
As associate director of the
Bureau of Professional Relations
which is sponsored by the State
Board of Pharmacy, the School of
Pharmacy, The Florida Medical As-
sociation, and the Florida State
Pharmaceutical Association, Har-
rell spends approximately two-
thirds of his time making calls on
physicians and pharmacists of our
state in the interest of the Bu-
reau program. He cautioned the
undergraduates to develop a pro-
fessional attitude while at school
and to make plans to keep abreast
of modern therapeutic trends as
both medicine and pharmacy are
changing very rapidly.

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With The Greeks

Pharmacy Seniors Visit Indianapolis Plant

New officers for Sigma Phi Ep-
silon, social fraternity, as elected
Wednesday night at the chapter
meeting, are:
John Marees, Jacksonville, pres-
ident; James Baxley, Lynn Haven,
vice president; Fotios Bokas, Pen-
sacola, secretary; Jack Fortes,
Orlando, historian; Clark Wilkin-
son, Jacksonville, guard; Erford
Kemp, Westboro, Mass., senior
marshal, and Bill Dyer, Orlando,
junior marshal.
At a pledge ceremony held re-
cently Gamma Tau Chapter of
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority initi-
ated six pledges, Elee Kauffmann,
Anita Malmud, Pat Perlman, Illene
Scheaffer, Vivian Scheaffer, and
Shelia Suberman.
A banquet was held at the
White House Hotel after the cere-
Joan Horwitz has been select-
ed by the sorority as its candidate
for queen of Spring Carnival.
Election of officers was held at
the weekly meeting of the Zeta
Tau Alpha sorority last Wednes-
The following girls were elect-
ed and will assume their new of-
fices next fall: Marjorie Gordon,
president, Lakeland; Sue Fowler,
vice president, Perry; Pat Har-
vey, secretary, Miami; Fr an
Horne, treasurer, Miami; Beverley
Nelson, historian, Sarasota; Pat
Taft, guard, Palmetto; and Elly
Fry, rush chairman, Miami.
Delta Delta Delta Colony hon-
ored Mrs. F. H. Hayes, house-
mother, with a tea last Sunday
afternoon at the sorority house
on Ray Street.
Arrangements of roses and
spring flowers were used to dec-
orate the rooms of the home.
Greeting guests at the door was
Miss Edith Ware, and in the re-
ceiving line with Mrs. Hayes were
Joy Butts, president; Shirley Lon-
gino, vice president, and Mrs. Guy
A softball game between mem-
bers and pledges will highlight
the annual barbecue of Delta Chi
fraternity Saturday afternoon.
New pledges are Forrest Taft,
John Meyer and Thomas Stone,
Jr., all from Miami.

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Saturday, the Kappa Sigs emer
ged victorious from their aeventi
annual softball contest with thi
SPE's by defeating them 14-5. ,h
Since 1941 this game has been
an annual event. The victory
brings Kappa Sigma the trophy
which was taken last spring by
SPE. Following the game, Sp'.,
provided the refreshments as
result of their defeat.
Phi Delta Theta fraternity elect.
ed Holmes Melton, Mayo, president
for the Fall term in chapter meet.
ing Wednesday night.
David Brayton, Ft. Lauderdale
secretary; Dick Clarke, Tampa,
treasurer; Gene Bolick, Mianmi
preceptor; Ed Hardman, Orlando'
inter fraternity representative;
Jack Humphries, Jacksonville, re-
porter; Harry Dewell, Tampa
steward; Lou Watson, Marianna,
house manager; Terry McNab
Tampa, alumni secretary; Ha ry
Voorhis, Orlando, warden; Dick
Peters, Jacksonville, librarian; Bill
Clark, Tampa, historian; and
Byron Poll, Hollywood, chorister,
were the other officers chosen.
Installation ceremonies will be
performed at a later date.
New officers of the Alpha Gamn.
ma Rho fraternity who were elect.
ed at the March 26 meeting are:
Samuel Love, president; Sandy
Johnson, vice-president; Claude
Barden, secretary; Roy Roberts
treasurer; Martin Agner, Chap.
lain; Lee Trotter, usher; Bernard
Dowling, house manager; Eugene
Badger, dinning room manager;
and Jim Glisson, reporter.
On April 14 it was announced
that Troy Carethers, Orlando, was
pledged to Alpha Gamma Rho.
Plans have been made for a
"pop" dance to be held on Satur-
day evening at o:30. It will be for
members, pledges, and their guests
at the AGR chapter house.

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Campus Queen Contest

Helps Cancer Drive
By Marty Lubov in the contest are Ann Ola
If it takes you three minutes Joan Horwitz, Marilyn Leitma
to read this story, someone will Lee Robinson, Rose Mar
die of cancer before you have fin- Flanaga # Mary Lou Legget
]shed reading it. 188,000 Ameri- Weajie Peacock, Carolyn Jon
cans one every three minutes Penny Plummer, Virginia Ln
will die of cancer this year. Crews, Carolyn Cofer, Evely
To give to the utmost to pre- Pope, Robie Lee Milam, chain
vent this dread disease, to help man of Candidates has announ
"'build a weapon that will wipe ed.
out the terrible scourge of hu- The Committee has emphasis
inanity is the battle-cry of the that the last two days of i
,Florida Student Cancer Fund drive can put the campaign o0
Drive, now in its final two days. the top and asks every stude
One of the two money-raising faculty member and member
campaigns supported by the stu- the University to give to the lim
dent government, the Student Can-
cer Fund Drive, which began April
19 and will end tomorrow night at Confe Of
*Spring Carnival, is being held in on erence
cooperation with the American nt moo sts
cancer Society Cancer Month. Entomolo ists
"More than half of the quota .
Jias been reached," Doyle Rogers, M meeting Here
chairman of the drive said last
night," but the last two days will The Florida Entomological Co
tell whether we beat our quota ference opened its three-day me
." "It is imperative that every ing here yesterday morning.
student give to his utmost," Rog- Today, Dr. John T.- Creight
ers continued, "especially in sup- will lead a symposium in Flori
porting the Campus Queen Con- Union, followed by open form
test." and motion pictures. In the afti
More than 12 Gator gals have noon session several papers will
qualified for the contest. A mini- presented and an equipment de:
mum of 100 votes is necessary to onstration will take place, follow
-qualify a candidate. Votes are ed by a picnic in College Park.
five cents and may be cast in Saturday morning another sya
any of the designated collection posium will be led by John
boxes placed near the Post-Office Mulrennan, of the State Board
und in the Florida Union Health, Jacksonville, and after t
All groups, fraternities and open forum, the meeting will
sororities may still sponsor an en- adjourned.
try. Coeds, faculty or student A business session of the Flo
,Wives are eligible, with the love- ida Pest Control Association w
list lassies being crowned at the be held following the adjournme
Johnny Long dance tomorrow of the regular meeting, wi
night. President John M. Roper presi
,,,. Among the girls participating ing.




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Florida's WSSF Drive

Coed Council

Will Elect

Officers Monday
At the meeting pf the Wdmen's
Student Council held Wednesday
in Florida Union, several amend-
ments to the constitution were
Qualifications for prospective
officers were decided on and it
was also voted by a large major-
ity to have elections in the spring
to coincide with regular student
body elections.
Housing Director Harold Riker
made a short talk on housing
available to women students in the
fall, and stated that those women
now enrolled will have priority
on all housing over newcomers.
The next meeting will be -held
Monday ,night at 8 o'clock, and at
this time those who wish to run
for office will have a chance to
state their platforms and qualifi-
All nomina- tionn nltioann is must

One of the jazz world's bright-
est stars, Trumpeter Pete Candoli,
will be featured with Tex Beneke
when the Beneke aggregation ap-
,rpears here for Spring Frolics, May
7-8, the IFC revealed this week.
According to a poll taken by
Esquire magazine in a tab of the
nation's swing personalities, Pete
Candoli is considered one of the
country's top musical artists.
Candoli who is considered by
bandleaders to able to play high-
er, prettier and jazzier than any
trumpeter in the land has been
a starred trumpeter with Tommy
Dorsey, Woody Herman, Benny
Goodman, Freddy Slack an d
Charlie Barnet.
A Purdue University graduate,
Candoli is one of the few major
swing musicians in the country
who is well qualified for classical
as well as popular work. He also
plays French horn and string
Other plans for the big social
weekend are nearing completion,
the IFC stated.
Tex Beneke is slated to swing
out the jamboree at a formal
dance in the "new" gym Friday
night from 9 to 1 o'clock. Satur-
day afternoon, the music-makers
will play in concert tentatively
scheduled in the University Audi-
torium from 4 to 6 o'clock, while



Tex Beneke
school's most talented students
getting their big break on the
program. Auditions and plans for
this show are being arranged by
Johnny Sever and Major Garland
Powell of WRUF.
the brightly-festooned "new" gym
will again rock to the Beneke
band Saturday night at 8:30.
A nation-wide hook-up of the
Beneke Army Air Forces show
will be broadcast from the. affair
Friday night, with four of the

Committee reports and Spring
Carnival highlighted the regular
meeting of the Florida Independ-
ent Council Wednesday evening.
George Smith, chairman of
membership, announced that 18
of the 66 independent dormitory
sections have completed clearance
with the group. Representatives
are urged to complete clearance
of the remaining sections before
the end of the month.
Ticket sales for Spring Carni-
val were further aided by the plac-
ing of an FFIC booth at Gaines-
ville High School during the per-
formance of the Suwannee Min-
strel Tuesday and Wednesday
nights. Another booth will be
opened at the College Inn tonight
from 6 till 11:30 p.m..
An amendment concerning the

forfeiting of an FIC office be-
cause the person holds an office
in the student government was
brought before the group and will
be voted upon at the next meet-
ing. The president called the regu-
lar meeting of the executive com-
mittee for 7:30 Wednesday, night
and the regular meeting of the
council for 7:30 p.m., May 5.
Highlight of the council meeting
,will be election of officers for the
coming year.

Spring Carnival Ticket
Sellers Must Check
Tickets In Today
Eugene Doss, chairman of the
FIC division of the Carnival tic-
ket sales, announced yesterday


Spring Frolics Band Features

Bright Star In Jazz World
Tex Beneke Will Broadcast Nation-Wide
Army Air Force Show From Gym May 7th.

if l2* be turned in to the dean of stu-
FiniShe6S OiSo lBCiting dents office by 1 o'clock Monday
so that grades may be checked
"Perhaps in our effort to con- before the meeting Monday night.
The World Student Service Fund tact every student, we overlooked Only those girls with a 2.5 schol-
drive officially closed on the cam- someone who desired to give. But astic average and 60 semester
pus yesterday. don't let our overlooking you hours are qualified to run for the
Chairman of the drive, Tracy make you less willing to contrib- offices of president aild vice presi-
Riddle, in expressing his thanks ute. Please, if you or your organi-,
to students who participated in nation have not as yetour organi-ts dent.
the drive, said, "I should like to zatson have not as yet done its President Gerry Hall urged that
take this opportunity to thank share, send your donation to the all women students be present at
each person who contributed to WSSF Drive Florida Union." the Monday meeting, since that is
the WSSF drive. It would take me campaigtudents were Joasssthn Reynold te the only time they will have a
months on end to thank personal- campaign were John Reynolds, chance to learn the plans of each
ly all who helped to make this el Frumkes, Danzler Frazier, candidate.
driye al whchelpdi Dick Gerber, Al Brock, Cail Lee
drive a success. and John Garber. General treas-
"Somewhere overseas in a urer for the drive was Carolyn
rather obscure university, a stu- McClamrock and vice chairman a Fm r ,tf
dent or professor will be fed was Jack Humphries.
and warmed because you, the Soliciting donations in the T
University of Florida student dormitories were members of Ap OInted Ies ay
body, gave when you were call- the Baptist Student. Union, pp
ed upon to do so. Methodist Student House, Pres-
byterian Student House, Lu- Temporary staff appointments
theran Group, Hillel House, the for Florida College Farmer were
hAlpha Phi Omega, Phi Eta Sig- made Tuesday by Eugene Doss,
ma, Adelphos, and the Amer- editor.
ican Legion. Riddle gave special Appointments are: *Sam Love,
recognition to Section E of business manager; Sandy John-
Thomas Hall for their contribu- son, managing editor; Bill Selser,
Booths in Florida Union were change editor; Bob Tunney, art
in charge of the following sorority editor; Bob O'Berry, assistant bus-
aid groups: ADPi, KD, Chi 0, Tri iness manager; Hank Hendrie, ad-
ai elt, AOPi, and ZTA. vertising manager; Bill Zorn, cir-
Those fraternities and sororities culation manager, and H. V. Bar-
which had contributed by yester- nett; photography editor. The po-
C E f day included: Alpha Gamma Del-' sition of associate editor is still
ta, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Delta Chi, open.
Alpha Delta Pi, and Phi Delta James C. Smith was appointed
STheta. to serve on the editorial staff as
As soon as the final results of assistant, and Louis Muraro was
the drive are tabulated, they will appointed to the business staff.
be published in the ALLIGA- Photographers are W. H. Kerns
TOR. and J. W. Howland.
TheI el I Students interested in working on
this publication are urged to no-
TheI al Carnival tify the Editor of the College
Continued rrom Page ONE :Farmer at the Florida Union
Desk, and all departments of the
around float, and the deadline for College of Agriculture are asked
GjUY IIU0 entering floats in the parade is 5 to be represented by a depart-
p.m. today. Applications for en- mental editor. All Ag. organiza-
trees should be turned in to the tions are also asked to have
WAill P FIC box at the Florida Union. reporters assigned to the maga-
The Campus Club will stay open zine.
W ill rovide midnight Saturday. The ,faculty committee for the
Johnny Long, tops in dancing publication will. be appointed as
and listening and a recording fa- soon as the curriculum of Dean
varoite for many years, will bring Hume gives the matter considera-
his entire ensemble to the Univer- tion. The College has several past
sity of Florida, which includes vq- editors of the publication work-
'calists, Francey Lane, the Beach- ing on the faculty at this time,
combers, and Natilie, and instru- in addition to the- men who served
L mentalists Floyd Sullivan and Tex on the board before the war ter-
a d rsi Mulcahy. minated the publication.
Lon':, an alumnus of Duke and
a member of Sigma Nu, was one
i the first bands in the country Financ i
to venture into the South for en- FinanCe VffiCerS
gagements. Most of his dates are h
aken by College and Universities W ill Gather Here
and he is generally credited with
opening the South as name-band FOr 3 Day M eet
territory. F o.3ay e
S *In addition to playing here at Municipal Finance officers from
the University of Florida this throughout the state will gather
N the musical downbeat at the sixth short course conducted by
University of Alabama, and at the General Extension Division of
the prom of the United States the University of Florida and
Military Academy. Florida State University.
E The Cavaliers will sponsor a The course, sponsored by the
E dance at the Campus Rec Hall Municipal Finance Officers of
from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday night. Florida and the Municipal Finance
The dance, scheduled to preceded Officers Association of the United
the main dance in the gym, is States and Canada, will include
open to all students, studies and discussions of execu-
Tickets for all functions are on tive-finance officer relations, bud-
sale in the Florida Union where getting and budget control, munici-
any students may purchase tick- pal cost accounting, revenue pro-
ets at $1.50 per couple for either during measures, tax assessments,
T Y of the evening dances and admis- city planning, retirement systems,
sion to the Street Dance is 50 and many other topics in this
cents. field.


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Features Of FIC Meeting I

Physical Ed. Club

Organizes Monday;

Bliziotes Is Prexy
At the first organization meet-
ing of the U. of F. Major's club of
the College of physical education,
health, and athletics Monday
night, the following officers were
President, John Bliziotes; vice-
president, Bill Harlan; secretary,
Joe Hargrove; and treasurer, Laz
Lewis. These committee chairmen
were also appointed: Ways and
means, Ralph Blount; By-laws,
Gene Bolick; Social affairs, Lloyd
Prichard; and Publicity, Charles
physical education students, the
club has listed the following pur-
1. To stimulate a wide and in-
telligent interest in health, physi-
Organized by the professional
cal education, athletics, and rec-
2. To serve as a means of dis-
seminating information.
3. To advance the standards of
scholarship, teaching, and leadgr-
4. To cooperate with official and
non-official organizations whose
programs include physical educa-
tion, health, athletics, and recrea-
5. To promote social and profes-
sional relationships between major
students and the faculty.
6. To stimulate interest among
the membership to qualify and be-
come members of professional hon-
orary societies.
7. To aid in the placement of
students upon graduation.
Among those present at the or-
ganization meeting were: M. D.
Barnett, J. M. Bliziotes, Ralph
Blount, R. E. Bolick, A. J. Brack-
en, G. S. Coit, J. W. Hargrove, W.
E. Harlan, R. D. Jordan, Laz
Lewis, J. E. Richards, K. E. Ross,
T. P. Taylor, W. A. Theil, W. E.
Williams, and Charles Wood.
The following men were elected
to represent the Major's Club at
the Florida Educational Associa-
tion meeting in Miami; John
Bliziotes, Gene Bolick, and Art
Smith. Bolick will make a short
talk to the F.E.A. on "Summer
Camps and Recreation."

that the representatives and
persons holding Carnival tickets
must check them in at the Flor-
ida Union booth Friday, April
23, from 3:30 until 5:30 p.mL
Any tickets not cleared before
the Friday night dance will have
to be accounted for by persons
holding the tickets.

On The


By Bill Boyd
Alligator Sports Editor
a word of praise for the outstanding program of events
they have presented this year. Swimming is over and the
program will be completed with water basketball and
handball, the final sports. Director Spurgeon Cherry and
student director Jerry Klein have worked zealously on the
program and their reward has been one of the best round-
ed eight months in the history of the Intramural Depart-
ment. Klein returned from the service and took up where
he left off and filled the place of student director with
superb skill.
The ability of Coach Cherry is known by all students
who have been connected with the department, but this
year with a history making enrollment he has done an
even better job. The most outstanding movement made by
the department was the breaking up of the fraternities
and making two leagues. This has evened up the race for
top place and has increased the participation of the small-
er fraternities. It has cust out those hollowed victories
scored by the large frats over the sparsely enrolled groups.
AGAIN WE SAY TO THE TWO leaders of the depart-
ment you have done a fine job and on behalf of the stud-
. ent body of the University of Florida, as sports editor of
the Florida Alligator, I would like to take this chance to
congratulate you for a top notch performance.
return to school after Spring holidays caused a mild case
of the jitters in the University coaching staff. It seems that
Coach Wolf was the only one who knew that Hunsinger
was gone and Wolf was out of town. After one of the state
newspapers had run the story the publicity department got
on the ball and had the coaching staff make a hurried
call to Hunsinger in Harrisburg, Illinois.
This produced the information that Chuck's wife'had
a baby and that he was going to stay up there until this
summer or maybe until next Fall. After the snfoke has
settled there arises the question will Chuck be eligible to
play next Fall if he doesn't come back until then. Accord-
ing to Dean Dutch Stanley he will be able to play.
We hope that the regular halfback is in his Orange
and Blue uniform when opening whistle is blown as his
two years on the squad have been good and great things
are expected of him this Fall.
would be Homecoming came as a shock to many who had
counted on the Rollins affair as the big day. Most fans
thought that November 20 was too late in the season for a
Homecoming tilt. This game comes the week-end after the
Gators trip to Lexington to tangle with the Kentucky

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In Slugfest There
Florida's Fighting Gator base-
ball team dropped their first game
of a two game series with Auburn
in that city Tuesday afternoon by
a 12-1 score.
The Gator sluggers could gather
only five hits off the offerings of
Auburn hurler, Willard Nixon.
Jimmy Thomas and Charley Gil-
bert led the Auburn hitters who
slammed four Gator hurlers for
13 hits.
Montsdeoca started on the
mound for the Gators and was
relieved by "Fireman" Bracken in
the fourth. Bracken was followed
by Pope and Rutkowski who fail-
ed in halting the rampaging Tig-
This is the first game of a four
game road trip for the Gator nine
through Alabama. They will meet
the University of Alabama, Fri-
day and Saturday in single
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Playing their last match of the
regular season, Coach Archie Bag-
well's Gator golf team matches
shots with Miami here today. The
Florida linksmen will compete in
the Southern Intercollegiate meet
next week in Athens, Ga.


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LXA Beats XP

To Take First

Mural Crown
A keyed-up Lambda Chi Alpha
nine copped its first intramural
trophy of the year Wednesday
afternoon by whipping Chi Phi
5-2, in the finals of the Blue
League intramural softball tour-
Playing in the finals of a Blue
League tourney for the first time
this season, the Lambda Chis took
a 4-0 lead in the early innings
and relied on the effective slants
of Pitcher Jim Sullivan to do the
trick from there on out.
Sulliian slipped up only once
while hanging up a brilliant three-
hit performance. In the fifth
frame with one runner on base
by virtue of a free ticket to first,
XP Shortstop Baird Green poled
a round-tripper to account for
both of his team's runs. But Sul-
livan retired the next seven men
in order to end the ball game.
First Baseman Frank Handley
hit for the circuit in the seventh
inning to score LXA's fifth and
final run.
The first inning looked as
though Chi Phi Pitcher Phil Sulli-
van were up to his old tricks. Sul-
livan, who walked 13 men as XP
edged PKP in a bracket playoff,
loaded the sacks by giving up
walks to three men, but got out
of the tight spot without relin-
quishing a run.
LXA scored the first run of the
game in the second frame on a
walk to Sullivan and C. W. Alt-
man's single. The new champs
added three more in the third as.
Handley singled, Snooks Lett
walked, Anderson waited out a
walk, and Sullivan connected for
a one-bagger.
In going down to defeat, Vaughn
gave up six bases on balls and
hung up the same number of
strikeouts, being touched for four
hits. Sullivan walked three and
fanned four.

Auburn Tramples

Gator Nine 12-1

Phi Delts Top

SAE Nine, 12-7,

In Orange Loop

SPhi Delta Theta wrapped up the .
.. Orange League intramural softball
e title and moved a step nearer to
S its second straight Fraternity
.League intramural championship :
conTuesday afternoon by plastering a pa- tor, a how above fiurin out
o. .' one-sided 12-7 defeat e on Sigmahe score of one of his star
Alpha Epsilon.

third inning, scoring five times men. The Gator golfers will meet
George H.i' s, Gator shot put to movenouin front 7-1 M irou thind weekend.
star, will be favored to take his The winners' lofty run total,me 250
speci overheated falty this week-end when the probably rictlyone no Ar of the highe est scores Ba atr gf men
Gator trak team willontest after the Phi Delts pa- tar, aa- shown above figuring out

Gatourn fr a meetll journey to ship tilt, was the result of 15 hits
Auburn for a meet. gleaned off the deliveries of SAE T b l en
Pitcher Buster Nigels. Second To Mee Unbea
Bobby Forbes LeBaseman Bobby Poe and Short-
Bobby Frbes Leads stop Amis Kelly, sparkplug of the l T m rrw
Phi Delt infield, each punched 1olins OIT orrow
Cii out three safeties to account for o unerdoe
F orida Hitting most of the heavy stickwork. Playing the role sityof Flunderdog
SThree-HitStint tennis squad journeys to Winter
Attack With 395 Al Lindgren, PDT hurler, toss- Park tomorrow to meet the un-
Bobby Forbes is leading a Ga- and was backed by flawless field- first of two home and home
tor team in statistics again. The ing support, but 11 walks, five matches.
Clearwater Comet led the grid of them in the last inning, were Coach Herman Schnell will rely
Gators last fall and is now lead- instrumental in allowing the SAE on standbys Harry Terrell, Reece
ing the diamond Gators in about nine to run up seven markers. Cooper, Jack Borling, Bill Ough-
every department in hitting and Lindgren fanned eight. terson, Joe Dunayer, and Frank
base running. Forbes has a 395 The Phi Delts pushed across two Wood to stem the tide.
batting average, far above his quick ones in the opening stanza Rollins this season is led by
nearest rival with the stick, Bill on doubles by Poage and Kelly two national champions gard-
Powell at .333. and Tommy Bishop's single. SAE nar Lamed, intercollegiate title-
A breakdown of Forbes' feats came right back in its half to tal- holder, and Buddy Behrens, holder
shows that he has hit safely on ly once on a walk, a passed ball, of the Junior crown. The Fort
15 of 38 trips to the plate and and the first of Catcher Burton Lauderdale youngsters is 18th
leads in doubles with two and Oliver's two singles. ranking senior player of the Uni-
triples with three. The slugger Kelly touched off the big third ted States.
also leads in the runs-batted-in inning flareup by sending a Nigels Two outstanding South Ameri-
department with 12. Jewell Walker pitch screaming into left for two cans also do their racket-swing-
and DonFord are next in run manu- sacks. Williams' single and a walk ing for Rollins. Enrique Buse is
facturing with four each. to Dixon, plus two intervening champion of Chile and ranks num-
outs, set the stage for Kirk West- ber two in South America. Ricar-
Forbes is also the leading base cott to poke a base cleaning dou- do Balbiers is Argentine champion
stealer with six thefts in the 10 ble into center. Lindgren, Poage, and holds down the number four
games played. and Jim Scott weighed in with spot in the torrid zone.
Willis Whittington, playing third safeties before the side was re- Rounding out the star-studded
base on the road trip into Ala- tired. aggregation for the Tars are Gus
bamr, is the only other .300 hitter SAE Rallies Peeples, former state high school
on the squad and his average is With the score 11-1 in the last champion, Norman Copeland, and
a round .300. Doug Belden and of the fifth, the SAE'1 sliced their Billy Windham:
Jack Ledoux are hitting at a .286 opponent's wide lead by counting
clip and Don Ford is hitting at four times on three bases on balls,
the .250 mark. a fielder's choice and Frank
Jack Gaines is the team's lead- Koger's one-baser.
ing pitcher in the won-and-lost Lindgren worked himself into
columns with one victory in one a hole in the last of the seventh
decision but Bobby Adams, the by walking five men, but with
workhorse of the moundstaff, has the bases loaded and two down, he
appeared in seven games and has forced Nigels to tap to third, end-
3-1 record. Adams has struck out ing the ball game.
18 men and boasts an earned run
average of 3.2.
Don Ford is the leading defen-
sive man and plays shortstop.
Shortstop was one of Coach Dave
Fuller's troubles at the openingNew
of the season but Ford has fill-
ed the gap with no errors in 141948
assists, a perfect fielding average Spn
of 1.000. Forbes has the next high- spring s Summer
est fielding average of the reg-
ulars with .979 and has made 90 Samples
putouts at first base, three as-

Frat Softball e
PDT 12, SAE 7 (Orange League What the next four years
finals) ague hold in store for our state, our
Frat Swimming nation and the world at large, no
Blue League: TX and PKP led one knows. But, whatever comes
at end of prelims, reaching finals .... Florida must be prepared!
in six events. I | The tIme a l fo an
Orange League: SN put eight Thetimescall foran
individuals, two relay teams in eO D STK e experienced man ...a man with
finals; SAE next with six inli- oAM D Ra successful record of public
viduals, two relay teams. INGS service...a man who can, and will,
Independent Swimming chart a sound and constructive
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P1i Kappa Phi and Theta Chi led
the Blue League prelims Tues.
day, both teams qualifying four
individuals and two relay teams
Chi Phi and Pi Lambda Phi fol'
lowed, each placing four individ.
uals and one relay team.
In the Orange League, Sigma
Nu took a lead as they qualified
eight individuals and -two relay
teams. SAE placed second in num.
her of qualifications, putting .six
in individual events and two re.
lays. Sigma Chi and Kappa Alpha
followed with four individuals and
two relay teams each.
In the heats Wednesday, Sigma
Nu took eight firsts to take a two.
to-one lead over the SAEas who
garnered four. These figures
might give a relative indication
of the outcome of the meet which
was decided yesterday afternoon.
In the Blue' League Pi Kappa
Phi took four first place berths,
to three gained by Chi Phi.
In the meet no records other
than those mentioned were threat.
ened and it was improbable that
any would be broken in yester.
day's finals.
Handball was listed -by the in.
tramural department as the next
and final sport of the year for
the fraternity leagues. This sport
should provide much excitement
in both leagues as many mana.
gers are claiming to have the best
team. The sport starts Monday
with the first round teams bat-
tling it out.

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Green Cove Springs
The Baby Gator baseball team
goes into action twice this week-
end seeking their fourth and fifth
consecutive wins with games
against Green Cove Springs Navy
on Friday and Ocala High School
Saturday on Fleming Field.
Coach Jim McCachren's frosh
have won three straight victories,
two from high school teams and
one over the Mayport Coast Guard
team. Four pitchers have worked
for the freshnjan baseballers in
the three games and all have look-
ed good. Robbie Williams. Joe
O'Steen, Herman Wink, and Lo-
well Grey have been stingy with
hits and have fanned more than
an average number of men in ev-
ery game. Any one of these four
hurlers may get the nod Friday or
The victories include one-sided
victories over Mayport Coast
Guard and Gainesville High and a
6-2 drubbing' of Andrew Jackson
High of Jacksonville last Friday.





McGrath Sets New Record

As SN Paces Tank Meet
By Bill Moor
Fraternity swimming entered the finals yesterday af:,
ter two days of preliminaries in which two new record:
were established. Billy McGrath of Sigma Nu topped Billy
Bracken's markain diving and set a new record of 49.6 for
that event. McGrath also smashed the breast stroke mart
set last year with a time of 33.1 seconds but was a day late
to set a record in that event as John Pandak of the Hell.
cats swam a record 31.8 in that event Monday.


Girl in gym claaw r ste nETd ots Kge
my head or bust." Phi Delt National MEET SVATA KLEANOR
Instructor: "Just atand on your .
head.t" h ostandon yor Magazine Honors Czech Child Supported
Voted the Most Valuable Florida Student F I
State Senator in 1947 One of the outstanding Phi.Del- By Funds From IFC
you Can Trust ta Theta's at the University of By Marty Lubov
Florida is Paul Rogers, Ft. Laud- In cooperation with the Foster
W. (Bill) erdale, better known as the"De- Parent's Plan for War Children,
W. A. (Bill) Shands con." The honors which Rogers Inc., the Inter-Fraternity Confer-
has gained while on the campus ence has 'adopted' a teen-age
AS GOVERNOR have resulted in his being chosen Czechoslovakian boy. With contri-
(1) Because he as "the typical Phi" at Florida this buttons given by the fraternities,
s(1) Becauxperience year by the Scroll, Phi Delta Theta the child will have care provided
Public Service. 8in National magazinefor him by the IFC ffom February
years member of : After initiation into Phi Delt 1948, until Janury. .949, according
State Senate. 4 February 22, 1939, Rogers served to a letter received from the Fos-
years member of on the Alligator and participated ter Parents Plan by Bill Turnbull,
State Road Dept. in debating, later being elected to IFC president.
2)the University debating team. The Named Svata Kleanor, the 14-
(2) Because he height of his debating achievement year-old was one of the first
aw business hiscame in 1941 when he became Na- Czech children to come under Fos-
w experbusiness tional Champioh of Tau Kapp ter Plan care. An only child, he
become Govexperience t Alpha Debate Discussion, held an- saw his father arrested by the
nually by this honorary forensic Gestapo for work in the under-
His platform has one basic Plank fraternity in Washington, D. C. ground movement and put to
A Greater Florida Also a participant in dramatics, death. Executed in Germany, Sva-
4re Rogers was a charter member in ta's father was a railway worker
His forthrightness and Alpha Psi Omega, honorary dra- and was seized for helping refu-
courage will stand our matic fraternity, gees to escape to other countries
state in good stead Two of the greatest honors be- where they could join the Allied
-VOTE FOR A DOER- stowed on Rogers were member- forces.
ship in Florida Blue Key and elec- Now living with his mother in
W. A. (Bill) Shands tion to Who's Who in American Prague where he is given food,
For Goernor Universities and Colleges. Immedi- clothing, medical care by the Fos-
For Governor ately after graduating with an A. ter Plan, Svata can remember the
Paid Political ADV B. in Arts and Sciences in 1942, suffering and privation of th ear-
Rogers entered the armed forces ly war years. Because his father
where he served for four years. was a "suspect" before his arrest,
their food was cut to the lowest
ration-level, fuel was almost im-
Musicians Wanted possible to obtain and their home
For Summer Term (s) was frequently searched.
or Summer Term (s) Described by the Plan as a nice-
looking boy with light-brown hair, Svata Kleanor abovee
Trumpet Or Cornet blue eyes, and ambition to be a year old Czechoslovak
Tenor Sx andClarinet teacher one day. Svata is a con- ently adopted byth
Tenor Sax and Clarinet sistent worker and fond of read- of Floria Inter-rai
ing. Without Plan aid, it is stated- terence iP cooperatloi
Must Read. Organized Band. it would be impossible for him to Foster arens .P
Steady Week-End Work. remain near his mother, to whom Children. Inc.
he is very devoted. life", states Mrs. Jane
"It is indeed a pleasure to wel- ers, Educational Dire
LAR Y GIBSON come you, the fraternity men of Foster Parents Plan, I
AUM T GIB O Florida, as Foster Parents. Each to the IFC.
child for whom we find Foster A world-wide orgai
Write Larry Gibson, Box 2528 Univ. Station Parents means one more war vie- Foster Parents Plan fc
tim started on the road to a new dren includes such not

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ve) Is mne aL
Ian boy. re-
e University
eternity Con-
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n. for. War

Chase Rog-
ector of the
in her letter
rization, the
or War Chil-
tepd sponsors

and foster parents os Robert Don-
at, J. B. Priestley, Fred Allen,
Herbert Hoover, Harold Ickes,
Archibald McLeish, Eleanor Roose-
velt and Mrs. Harry S. Truman.

Award Received
By Bert Shrine
Bert Shrine, Jr., son of Bert
Shrine, 3110 South West Thir-
teenth Street, Miami, and a stu-
dent at the University of Florida,
has been awarded the Cecil Will-
cox memorial scholarship for the
current school year.
The Willcox scholarship, set up
to aid freshmen students of high
standing, is derived from a trust
fund left to the University of
Florida by the late Cecil Willcox.
Accounting Fraternity
Enjoys Wauburg Trip
Swimming, fishing, football,
softball, and volleyball highlight-
ed Tuesday afternoon which Beta
Alpha Psi, honorary accounting
fraternity, spent at Camp Wau-
burg. A Wolpert dinner, featuring
a main dish of large hamburgers,
followed the afternoon's entertain-

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Panama City Club

Student Loan Fund

Effective Next Fall
The Panama City Club, an or-
ganization formed by students
whose homes are. in Panama City,
has undertaken a project which
will enable high school students
needing financial assistance to
come to college.
Formed primarily to bring to-
gether all Panama City men at-
tending the University, the club
also takes part in civic affairs, the
most recent being the student loan
fund available to graduates of
Bay County high schools.
This student loan fund plan con-
sists of a board of directors com-
posed of seven civic leaders. Un-
der the program the board will
meet at least three times a year,
interview selected applicants, and
make all decisions on loans and
the fund-raising campaign.
Basic principle of the plan
states that the student must
"show a need for the loan, seri-
ously desire to further his educa-
tion, either college or vocational,
and have a high school education
with a scholastic average of C or
All loans will be based on the
minimum cost at the U. of F.,
which at the present is listed as
$650. The student may borrow up
to 80 per cent of that sum the
first year, 60 per cent the second,
and 40 per cent each for the third
and fourth years.
The borrower will be allowed
six years, beginning six months
after graduation or leaving of col-
lege, to repay the loan. All loans
will bear two per cent interest.
The plan will go into effect next
The club started the ball rolling
by donating $150 to the trustee
in charge of the funds.
A meeting of the club will be
held at 7 o'clock WMonday night
in Florida Union to, discuss fur-
ther plans. Any organization wish-
ing additional information about
the plan is asked to send a repre-
sentative to the meeting Monday

Glee Club Gives

Good 00Concerts
The University of Florida Glee
Club, under the direction of John
W. DeBruyn,. gave two concerts
Monday and proved several things.
Again it will have to be said that
the University has a top-flight
vocal organization. Beyond that it
must be said that Monday's con-
certs proved that a responsive au-
dience is of great importance in
drawing a good performance from
the group, and that 5 p. m. is an
absurd time to have an afternoon
The two concerts demonstrated
perfectly the effects of an audi-
ence on a vocal group. The after-
noon crowd (it could hardly be
called a crowd) did not provide
much inspiration and their per-
f o r m a n c e e was comparatively
spiritless and' dull. However, in the
evening the audience was large
and responsive.
I The Women's Glee Club provided
the surprising performance of the
evening. Their presentation of
Bach's "Happy Flocks in Safety
Wander" was on a par with Men's
group-a tremendous improvement
over even the performance of last
Christmas. Showing a greater
range of dynamics than the men's
club, they made up for certain
weaknesses which they still have.
Soloists for the evening were
Tom Fay, William Gates Cook,
Harvey Relman, and Ruth Wini-
fred Simpson. Fay demonstrated
the outstanding solo voice of the
evening. In the past year his voice
has taken on a great deal of rich-
ness and he seemed to do Monday's
songs to perfection. William Gates
Cook sang "The Lord's Prayer"
and proved that forte singing is
not his forte. In the quieter pass-
ages of his encore number, "Spring
Plowing," his voice was shown to
best- advantage. Harvey Relman
exhibited .a beautiful, pure tenor,
but was obviously nervous. Ruth
Simpson played Chopin and Bach
on a piano which did not do justice
to her performance.
The Glee Club closed the concert
with a hummed version of Wag-
ner's "Liebestod" from Tristan and
Isolde, which, I fear, is rather in-
effective. However, the concert
taken as a whole, was very satis-

University's Pentagon Building

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Faculty Office Building

Is Poor Man's Pentagon
Building G Has 160 Rooms, Coffee Shop,
Secretarial Service, Office Supplies

By Sandy Geer -
New York has its Empire State
Building and Radio City, Chicago
has its Merchandise Mart, Wash-
ington has its Pentagon, and the
University of Florida claims the
Faculty Office Building.
Hearing rumors about a tre-
mendous building somewhere be-
tween the Auditorium and the
radio station, the Alligator sent
a reporter to investigate. It
took him scarcely an hour to
find the longest building 'on the
campus. You can find it too.
Just across Stadium Drive and
continue through the swamp to
the Dairy Barn. Turn left at the
second cow and there It is-
the Poor Man's Pentagon.
Perhaps you wonder how we got
such a monster. The truth is that
the building was transported here
from Lake City, where it was part
of the naval air station there.
Considering that the building is
390 feet long, 30 feet wide, and
two stories high, this was no mean
feat. Reassembly of the structure
here took a good part of the
summer of 1947.
The FOB (building G to-you) is
a bewildering place for the un-
initiated to enter for the first
time. There are no guides, no road
maps, no nuthin.' Just miles and
miles of pure unadulterated corri-
dors, broken by an occasional pen-
cil sharpener.
The faculty office building is

almost like another campus in
itself. Though all of its 160
rooms are offices and no classes
are held there regularly, rep-'
resentatives of 14 different de-
partments in the University hold
forth In the FOB. The building
has Its own secretarial service,
its own coffee shop, and a sys-
tem of mail distribution. Pro-
fessors can get office supplies
without leaving the building. Ev-
en a system of lights and bells
tell who Is wanted on the tele-
phone and wake up sleeping
profs in case of a visit by
President Miller.
Fortunately for all concerned,
the first floor boasts an infor-
mation center. If you wish to find
a prof whose office is, in the build-
ing, you go to the information desk
and ask for him by name. The girl
on duty will tell you which di-
rection to head and give you .a
flashlight and food for three days.
At the end of that time if you

Clearing Service

Is Established

the 'establishment of a Public
Administration Clearing Service
to make available research and
consultant facilities of the Uni-
versity in the field of public ad-
ministration has been announced
by University officials.
Established to further the Uni-
versity's policy of making its serv-
ices more accessible, and to pro-
vide data pertaining to the prob-
lems o fthe state, the new service
will make available certain facili-
ties of the University to city and
county governments and depart-
ments of the state government.
Dr. Arthur J. Waterman, Jr., di-
rector of research for the clearing
service, will receive official re-
quests that surveys be made of
city or county .governments, or
state agencies. Upon the receipt
of such requests the University.
will supply personnel, and Dr.
Waterman will institute the re-
quested surveys.
Faculty members who will pro-
vide advisory services, and the
fields in which they Will advise,
include: Public Finance, Associate
Professor C. H. Donovan; Govern-
ment Accounting, Associate Pro-
fessor Harvey T. Deinger; General
Powers Clause of City Charters,
Professor G. J.. Miller; Personnel
Administration, Assistant Profes-
sor Louis A. Gaitanis and Clifton
Oliver, and Organization of Local
Government, Assistant Professor
J. E. Dovell.

haven't returned, competent blood-
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far the record has been perfect.
Not a single bloodhound has been
lost. Of course there is a chance
that one of the two full time Jan-
itors will find you and lead you
to safety, but don't rely on it.
Those mechanized broqms they
use go so fast they probably
would pass you by, thinking you
were just another fire extinguish-
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U^BVETt. .a, 1^. Ordinary As State Suerintendent Of Public
Official newspaper of the University of Ylorida, in Gainesville, Florida. Times S u p in e dt
Published every Wednesday and Friday morning during the school &
year, except holidays and examination periods. Entered as second class .m *. ee 'En llm
mail matter, March 8,.1948, at the post office at Gainesville, Florida, un-
der the act of Congress of March 8, 1879. Subscription rate $1.10 per se-By I I
Editoster. -in-Chief t P ie, Budd Byn Ask any member of the Univer- Fort Myers Chamber of Con
iEditor.-Chie ..... ............... ... .....Pen Gaines D sity of Florida "Colin English for merce. He taught Sunday Scho
Managing Editor ..e.................:... Ted Shurtleff Davis Elgin White Governor Club" about the coming in the Methodist Church, and ac
Business Manager ..................... Ken Richards 1' elections, and he's liable to tell ed as a Boy Scout leader. u
Editorial Board you something like this: was an active member of the For
Executive Editor, Harold Herman; Features Editor, Marty Lubov; Newss Con English was born on a Myers Kiwams Club.
Editor, Elgin White; Assistant Sports Editor, Julian Clarkson; Clubs & Or IN. Russia-Her Leaders Colin English was born on a Myers
ganations Editor, Bill Dunlap; uso Editor, Gerald Clark Associate He was born Joseph Dzugash-1 Anybody got any old slot ma- farm inAlva, near Fort years, in sunglishoas elected stat
Editors, Morty Freedman, Jim Baxley, and Jack Bryan. vii, his mother called him Soso, chines, pin ball machines, coin ma- 1895, of pioneer Florida families. siu i 1nt aendo plc instruct
BUSINESS STAFF the friend of hi youth named chines, infernal machines voting In his early years he worked on tion in 1936 an re-elected in 194
Huh Stump, Jr., Assistant Business Manager; Advertising Manager, the friends of his youth named machines, punch boards flashing hi father's farm and orange grove, 11 years as stat
'gStume p, J machines, Punch boards, 'flashing hisfat rnddrneo ead 4
Ted Wlttner; John Cornell, Circulation Manager; Mel Frumkes, Account- him Koba, and we know him by his father cattae range ,
ant: Ed Prange, Exchange Editor; Everett Haygood, Merchandising revolutionary title of Stalin, the lights, loudspeakers, used chorus later as a grove superintendent, inisuper
Manager. "steel man." girls, etc.? intendand on the cattle range. bee
Harry Yarbrough, Assistant Circulation Manager. His birth, in 187 occurred in If you have, they ain't got Colin Enliah' first cooling responsible for instituting mania
Ansley. George Holbrook, Phil Harrell, Grady Bowc-n. that part of Russia known as Geor- --/ enough of 'em at those establish- was in a one-room frame school- onece tss chool reormsh and i
Aenortisong eresentativesf 'em at thoses Jtablish-wasinSen-roomfra
Merchandising Assistants: Bill Perkins, Ernest Kepp, Van Allen, gia. His first home was an old one- ments that line the campus, so house in Alva. He was graduated sions of th nw school e provi
Charlie Abbot. room adobe hut, which boasted one just take 'em over and you'll prob- from Emory College in Georgia ommended by the Florida itizen
Art: Ed Fluker. window and a leaking roof. His ably get a good price for 'em. with a B. A. degree. He receivedCommittee on Education, in
father, who was of peasant stock, You know, it's a funny thing a scholarship to Columbia Univer- formation he played an import
ROTC Head W ill Be M issed was something of a shoemaker, about those eateries that feed us sity, earned by high scholastic ormae played an imprt.
ROT Head ill Be isse but he drank up his earnings and boys and gals. Naturally, one al- standing (English is a Phi Beta As a farmer, Cosn Englis
One of the best liked men on the campus will be sorely took out his frustrations by beat- ways tries toout-do the other in Kappamember). At Columbia he nows and undetandth
missed when Colonel E. M. Edmundson is transferred his son.. As to the effect of this order to get more business. So, received degrees in administration lems confronting the state's agri
missed when Colonel E. M. Edmundson is transferred to treatment on Soso, a schoolmate one guy puts up a flashing neon and finance. ulturists. He is descended fro
foreign duty in July. Colonel Edmundson has done a mag- has recorded this: "The boy began. to attract us poor suckers, and e During the first World War, long lines of Florida farm er
nificent job as head of the Florida ROTC, which has now to extend his smoldering enmity ) the other guy puts up a sign that English enlisted and served 21 was born on a farm and r
expanded to include an Air Forces unit. isanf tahrstora ganchT acanst mhiesffecs t sin d het months overseas with the AEF. life was spent farm and
The heartfelt thanks for a job well done are genuinely have power over him." they found out there was a good- American LegionandVeterans of the soi stillman
extended to Edmundson by the administration, faculty, and Eraterina, his mother and a very --.--- looking blonde in back of that Foreign Wars organizations. He farm, raising chickens, tukey
student body of this University. We all look forward to the devout, woman, desired Soso to be- whistle. took the lead in the fight for the and cattle and often works on
day when Colonel Edmundson will return to the campus come a member of the Orthodox Another trick to attract trade educational opportunities for farm himself. He has a practice
for a much longer stay. priesthood, which in that day be- is one guy getting a bigger juke World War II veterans. He also knowledge of all phases of agr
longed to the hierarchy of the box than the other. This doesn't 'directed Florida's World War II culture.
privileged. So the boy was sent to f- f .': faze the other guy though. He educational training program. English is an executive who ha.
the theological school in Gori, -just turns his up louder, to the Colin English began his career a thorough knowledge of all sat
Support Carnival Queen Contest where the poor living conditions utter content of all the boys in as an educator in 1920 as a class governmental affairs, g aine
and strict discipline contributed the dorm across the street who room teacher at Ocala High through 11 years of continuous
When University students are asked to donate to a nothing to the softening of his U i.-. are trying to study. School. He was school principal experience as a member of thE
worthy causeite the mereapeal thelove you I love you! Now will your sorority change paint job on the old place. Bigger Lee County Junior and Senior ministrations of three governor
worthy cause, it is usually done through the mere appeal Joseph left the seminary and be- parties?".Leet-ounty Scho orsand Servis i ses
to their goodness of heart. This basic appeal is again be- gan to develop int. a professional and better signs, bigger and bet- High Schools and supervising He serves on many state board
fore us, but a rewarding goal is behind the drive in votes revolutionist. But it was during -Reprinted from North Carolina Bucaneer ter pictures, bigger and louder principal and instructor at the and committees, including thi
for the Carnival Queen, who will be presented hr crown this period, in 1903, that he mar- music, and bigger and higher University of Florida. State Budget Commission, the
Sthef Carnivanw ried a young woman very much prices. If the prices in these eat- While serving as superintendent State Board of Conservation and
at the first annual Spring Carnival Dance. like his mother-gentle, loving, de- r O l By Morty Freedman ing joints keep going up, we will of public instruction in Lee Coun- the Executive Board of the De.
Many beautiful coeds, sponsored by various organiza- vout-who prayed for his safety- all have to start wearing stilts to ty, he became active in civic a- apartment of Public Safety. H
tions on campus, are in the running for the. title, and tud- while Joseph was attending the se- reach 'em. However, I have been fairs. Colin English was a hos- was on the special committee
ents may vote as many times as they desire for whomever cret rvoltitiosiary conferences. But THE BIG, LEAGUE: Frank T. the American Veterans Commit- go up one cent more until the newot pital director and director of the which
they desir cents each and the death of this woman, who Traey of Jacksonville, "political tee-sponsored "Florida Forum" on subsistence of 75 bucks comes to AKIN HAS STUDENT BACKING
-hey desire. The votes are only five cents each, and the left him one son, was the last prognosticator," who claims 98 per Mondays at 8:30 p.m. (also WG- the students on campus.
proceeds go to the Cancer drive, hammer blow that fashioned in cent accuracy during the past 28 GG). A M (also WG- the students on ca mpus.ire the
The Spring Carnival and the Cancer drive can e an hard steel the character of today's years of poll-taking, and who OUT ON A LIMB: It looks like friendliness of the proprietors of arm Of candidate Aiken
immense success through the whole-hearted cooperation Staln. Said friend: makes his predictions on mythical Student Body President-Elect Bob these places though. For example:
of the student body. It's your weekend and it's your good "Beginning with the day he bu- odds, gives this as the "semi-final Ghiotto will nominate as mem- Joe Blow enters to eat. Which is
time. Let's make othersin the world able to have their vestige of hume i bers of his cabinet, Bill Scruggs an oddity in itself. The proprietor
time. Let's make others in the world able to have their vestige of human feelings. His Fuller Warren 1-75, "in the for secretary of veterans affairs, grins. Joe looks hungry, and this
good times and more good weekends by the fight against heart was filled with the inex- stretch, far in the lead;" W. A. Rul Reyes for secretary of looks like a dollar mal. Theyrana e
that deaded disease--Cancer. pressibly malicious hatred his mer- (Bill) Shanos-3-1, "putting on his li i relations, Nick Stamathis for wipe the table off for Joe. My,
ctess father had begun to engen-final drive;" Colin English-7-2, secretary of finance ... Getting how things have changed, thinks F. D. Akin, Democratic candi- to St. MIarks on the Gulf. Akinen
der iim when he still was but "holding his own in third spot"; outon a very thin and shaky limb our hero. They give hima chair daate for governor of the state of courage the widening and deepen-
m I T child. He crushed with sarcasm Dan McCarty-4-1, "has shown we'llpredict that nominates with four legs. They even give Florida, has the backing of many ing of the inland waterway be
Glee Club A Credit To School his :less and less frequently re- definite improvement but still Mel Frumkes for secretary of re- him an ice-cold glass of chorine, students at the University. tween Jacksonville and Key West,
curing moral impulses. Ruthless fourth;" J. Tom Watson-100-1, ligious affairs and asks for the Th proprietor comes to Joe's A confectioner by trade, Akin Other planks in his platform in-
That the Florida Ambassadors of Goodwill is a top- with .himself, he became ruthless "positively will finish fifth"; Ber- creation of a new cabinet post table bows, scrapes the catsup off has always been interested in poll- clude:
notch singing organization is brought out by recent com- with people." narr McFadden-100-1, "not a con- known as "s etary of legislative the floor with his diamond coated tics and the welfare of the state. Beat J. Tom Watson.
ients from around the state. In 1913, Stalin was imprisoned tender." Tracely lists Dick Coop- affairs-a post he'll, probably fill teeth, smiles, bows again, and He has been influential in 'the Modernization of state highways
it Siberia, just as was his fellow er, Basil Pollitt and F. D. Akin with Al Schneider as his nominee waltzes away, convinced that he state on many important items to increase traffic and develop-
Headlined the Bradenton Herald, "Florida Glee Club revolutionary Lenin 16 years be- at 500-1 odds and says of them "Florida Follies," a high-class has made a sale. that have come before him. ment of all airport facilities.
Scores Hit in Bradenton Concert." The Herald went on to fQre. During the Bolshevik revolu- too, "not a contender." Accord- vaudeville show to be presented The waitress shags up to Joe's A Miami man, he has always Development of state water con-
say that "The 32-member University of Florida Glee Club tion of 1917, Stalin was Lenin's g to Tracey, FullerWarren leads by Sigma Delta Chi, professional table. She doesn't smile. She beeand one of his main planks coin his with U. S. Engineer overall flood
.... lamed another large audience of boosters follow- lieutenant, editor of Pravda (of- in 52 of the 67 counties in the journalism fraternity in conjunc- should smile for the salary she's platform has to do with drainage control program.
ficial Communist newspaper the. state and is second choice in '16 tion with the Gainesville Junior getting? She doesn't give a d- owatermnh ast throu g e Eontroi
ing their delightfully varied concert at the Manatee Coun- word means "truth"), and an able counties Henning Heldt, Mi- Chamber of Commerce at the Flori whether Joe eats there ornot of water in areas throughout the Expanded hospital facilities to
ty High School Auditorium last night." The Winter Haven military leader. ami Herald columnist, last Sun- da Theatre, Saturday night, May Joe orders. The proprietor hears state. Because of the fact that he meet increasing demands.
Music Director said, "It was a fine concert and wa Upon the death of Lenin a admitted that a lot of people 22, will be the top entertainment his order. His eyes bulge, his tem- livesin a coastalcity he full an- For ion a joint legislate
on e campus think Warren is event of the year and the first ples pound, his teeth grind those derstands the importance of drain- commission to recommend a "tax
thoroughly enjoyed by all who heard it. The people here the party split into factions. Sta- ahead or at least tied here with of its kind to our knowledgeRaul diamonds into mere rubies. He is age and advocates draining the reduction" program.
appreciate. programs of that nature and were very high in advocated a gradual communi- McCarty. area around Panama City, Pensa- Favoring increased benefits to
their praise of the performance of the University of Flor- reduction of peasant proprietor- POT POURRI: At a meeting of the affair. er instead of a steak! Ye gads, cola,, and Fernandina, along the the aged, blind and dependent chil-
ida Glee Club My sincere wishes for your con- ship, and the focusing of attention last week of an honorary frater- ORCHID DEPT This week w what was to be a dollar profit for Apalachicola River, and between dren and financial aid to cities
tinued success in a job that you have made famous." on Russian affairs. But his Trotsky nity,one man was extolling the at- toss some of those expensive p the prop. turned out to be only Perry and Williston. In lih and county the miel
,Mn ote words of- *. opposition favored rapid commrecedi-ebt tributes of a fraternity brother sies at Conrad Demro, Jr. or his 95 cents. He goes wild, grabs a s er control platform he al- also declared if he is elected he
Many other words of praise have reached here but in- nation, "purer" Communism, and in an attempt to bring the man top-notch proposal that a campus tack and hammer and starts put- so favors making Tallahassee a will "stay in Florida and mind iy
stead of quoting them we'd like to add our own. The Glee world revolution. into the organization-he waxed Community Chest be inaugurated ting up more signs, banning all seaport by construction of a canal own knitting."
Club, an excellently trained group, is bringing a great deal Stalin was victorous. For the eloquent and used every known ad- -that would provide for one big customers with less than a dol-
of credit to this University. As a means of furthering rela- Fourteenth Congress of the Coin- jective as he pleaded that the campus charity drive during which lar.
munist Party in 1925 marked the man he honored with member- everyone would be asked to really The guy next door sees what
tions between the school and the citizens of the state it aceptan e o Stalin's thesis that ship -finally, one of the me- kick-in, and would avoid havingheisdoing, andagreeing with him
is difficult to surpass. A strong favorable impression of the it is possible to build Socialism in bers asked, "Are you sure we three such drives on the campus a for a change, puts up a like sign
University of Florida is left upon every person hearing a one country only without unleash- can get this man?" . Two of the same time, such as is now on his joint.
cn mawlrvuo.no this prdoporm Th -tec id Sneo o- Butcheer up. .students.
concert by the Ambassadors of Good Will and those con- ing a world revolution. And on this the top radio programs on Thurs- the case. .. Orchids also to Herb But cheer up, students. When '. ".. :-
nected wih he University have everyexpectation oftheir esis-that Russia, and Russia ays at 930 p.m. (WGGG) and (his name is NOT Florence) Stall- we get that increase next month,
continuing to bring credit to the school only, need go Communist-Stalin worth, for the brilliant letter he maybe you'll have a dollar extra .
continuing to bring credit to the school, rose to the chairmanship of the wrote to the Alligator in connec- to eat on.
Council of Ministers in the of- tion with the United Jewish Ap- Anybody got any old hamburg-
ficial government, and to Secre- 1 peal Drive.. Also to th n ew rs that aren't being used al- ,
aIJ O Fe Gene'(Party ahih isthrealrCommunist itiates of Florida Blue Key, the ready? '' ..
SE. .. Party, which is the real ruler o This happened after World War campus' honorary leadership ra- ;
we ,o.aow Ru.s sao. u, ,: "i..... .. u oaevoluton in II when the atomic bombs had ternity-a real crop of BMOCs,
PBut this thesis of revolution in killed every last human being. and to the newly-initiated mem-
PHONE Russiaalone has, in the last few After three or four days when bers of Phi Eta Sigma, freshman
years, undergone a marked change. the dust had settled, a couple of scholastic honorary And last
The Diaper Service For Russia has wrapped its ten- monkeys came out of their cave but not least, to Eugene Doss for
tackles 'around Romania, Bulgaria, and solemnly surveyed the deso- the outstanding work which thefr:
Yugoslavia, Hungry, Czechoslova- late landscape. After several min- Florida Independent Council, head-
TheHospitalsUse iaPoland, and parts of Germany utes the small monkey turned to ed by him, is doing in connec- ERNEST TUBBS
oand Korea. her friend and said: tion with this week-end's "Cam- in
And in February, i197, the "Well, honey, shall we start the pus Carnival." N "HOLLYWOOD BARN
derwent a revolution equalled only O DANCE"
Sby the political revolution of 1917. 0 d E
The military had been of German "I hear the dean is going to stop nd EDDIE DEAN
origin, and it was carried to Rus- necking." Eve. Mat. in
sial by Lenin, an admirer of the. "I should think he would a 44 I I a 4"CHECK ,OUR GUNS"
Rent A Car-Rent A Truck-Rent A Trailer German Clausewitz who believed man of his age!". 4 "
war was only a part of politics. S '' '
And b this new military PhiloSTUDENT TICKETS
Reasonable Rateh not onl accept military phie tenet "No, Mabel, a neckerchief is SATURDAYS ONLY 30c SHELIA RYAN A
that that war is a continuation of not the head of a sorority house." TODAY SATURDAY "RAILRADED" SUN
politics, but it goes much further. _____________ "RAILROADED" MO
IA TAf According to this new concept, Fad: Something that goes in - ,'-- -', - --,- RUSSELL WADE -,----------- -- -- '- "
ll U war is the highest form and the one era and out the other. ,--, _.._. __ in i i
most important weapon of politics. 7: ol "SHOOT TO KILL"
U-DRIVE-ITSERVIC my is "first a eapon for the ced y tell the one about the cute
Ga ill E I liberation of workers and peas- semester. She thought assets were ALL SPANISH HIT. J. ED W IN LA RSO N
Gainesville, Fla. nd capltali, second it is an ... : "LA CASTA SUSANA" STATE TREASURER
Phone2317 army of brotherhood among the Some girls are like paint. Get i AT U S Ton't Miss This!ASURER
s imbued ith the spirit of inter- them off your hands. J. EDWIN LARSON as Insurance Commission-
outions, an army of workers of a11. LAST er has collected $9,313,608 from insurance cornm-
The Thoma Hotel Club co i.Andthus, a change of the man < < % ^ DAY panies-used to defray expenses of general gov-
The Thomas otel Club -a turn of the wheel and our OF RADIO BROADCASTING L ment, including U. of Florida.
GaineSVille, Florida lives are afected. RUZABETH COTT
Eight week accelerated Summer T"CORPSE CAME COD" IEd Larson served as a member of the Board of
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