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VOL. 1; NO. 4. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1946


U S I r,i Glou. L't 4


With iewrctiir


By Jimmy Gottacheck
The cloud of gloom surrounding the housing situation
for next fall lifted some this week with the beginning of
the construction of seventy-six new housing units for mar-
ried veterans. These additions to Flavet Village are being
built on South Ninth Street.
Plans for the additional 450 units are being submitted
to the F.P.H.A. fo approval. -If approved, the housing
units will be constructed in the'
twenty-three acre plot west of the ed and proposed housing units,"
military drill field. Tfse units sad r eore Baughman, as-
will not be ready by fall as the na- distant business manager of the
ture of their two-story construc- I distant business manager of the
ture of their two-story construe- University, "makes the housing
tion makes prefabrication impos- prospect for next fall much
sible. brighter than it has been."
The construction of the tem-
porary dormitories for unmar-
ried men has begun. These six
buildings, similar in construe-
tio.A to Flavet village, will house
approximately 460 students with
fnolr men a.ssigpned to each


SELDEN WXLDO WILLIAN K. JACKShSN


N"Aain1nal .lvpet Dick


nas si'spenueu classes ior SaLuruay, CugustL i, it was re-
vealed la'e yesterday by IFC President Fred Congling. All
classes scheduled for that Saturday will be made up on
Sa "r: ay, Aug. 3, Dean Norman said.
Ti'iicts ffor i'le big week-end
vW'l Ie -- i'- daily from July ,-...... .. .
16 cn at ~1- Florida Union desk.
an at tea'ff on the Frolics du- --i "*
cats .vill be $3, according to .S'..
Conkling. ".-- .
Schedule for Frol'cs events in- M
cludes:
Concert on Friday afternoon
from 5 to 6, with the public in-
vited; informal (girls don't need "
to wear evening gowns) dance
on Friday night from 9 o'clock
to 1 a. m. in the gym: and ,
sem'-formal dance in the gym
Saturday night from 8 o'clock '
to 1 a. m.
Conkling also stated that some
1.500 tickets w 11 be available for "'l '
the social event, biggest of its
kind during the summer. "I don" '. -"
think we'll have the confusion ir
ticket sales that was anticipate
last summer," said Conkling. .
Music will be furnished by
Continued on Page Two JIMMY PALMER


Florida Union
Will Be 6Cl:


Gator Verts

Wire Protest;

Ra-Eu !s Held

By Morty Freedman
The price control caul-
dron boiled over in Wash-
ington this week and the re-
percussions were strongly
felt on the campus by sev-
eral thousand students al-
ready living on limited
means.
Actions of several types have
been taken by various campus
groups, notable among these,
that taken by Gator Veterans in
sending telegrams to Florida's
senators and representatives
just before the President vetoed
bill passe, by Congress.
The telegrams, stating that vet-
erans found it impossible to live on
.ie money. they receive under the
G. I. Bill if price-contiols were
limited or done away with, de-
manded replies from the Congress-
men on how they voted and' why.
At Gator presstiue only two
answers had been received, Ga-
tor Veterans Commander Harold
Smith reported. Senator Pepper
replied favorably and reported
that he had upheld OPA in ev-
ern Congressional battle. "Pep-
per's reply was adequate and is
substantiated by his voting rec-
ord in Congress," Smith stated.
Rep. Emory Price answered
also, stating that he would vote
for the bill approved by the joint
Senate-House committee (remov-
Sadded that the attitude of Gator
Vets in "demanding" a reply from
him was "uncalled for."
In addition to Price, those
Representatives voting to over-
ride the President's veto were
Representatives Rogers and
Hendricks. Not voting was Rep-
resentative Cannon who was re-
cently defeated in the primaries
and Sen. Andrews who is retir-
ing after this term. The other
men in the Florida delegation
supported the President's stand
on OPA.
Another ground of students who
could not be id-ntified with any
organization, called a rally whih
r'nnti.n ,,-l on, Palre Two


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room. It is hoped that these dor- .. Tj J
mitories will be ready for occu-
pation by fall. Wv R
Georgia Seagle Hall is being op-
ened for residence under the aus- By Walter Timberlake rNrh TAt
pices of the Methodist Church.
Housing approximately fifty stu- The regular bi-montiy meeting
ddents, it will be operated on the ofth eld urda A few weeks after announcement that a Florida
co-operative plan. night with Commander Kelly pre- I
Another boon to theorocenless, siding. alumnus had been selected to head the U. S. Chamber of
the proposed trailer park, will Telegrams have been sent by Commerce, another ex-Gator was named to an outstand-
be started this week. The trail- the VFW to Senator Andrews in ing post on the national scene as Selden Waldo, Gaines-
er park, being located near the support of his attempt to es- ville attorney and 1939 College of Law graduate, this weeli
airport, will accommodate stu- tablish a naval ROTC unit at took-over the gavel of the U. S. Junior Chamber of Com
dents owning and living in trail- j the University and to Senator took the gavel of te U. Jui hambe
ers. Pepper in his stand on voting merce at the national convention in Milwaukee.
By replacing single beds with for terminal leave pay for EM. Waldo follows William K. Jack- --
double-deck beds in all the larger Letters were sent to General son, the senior chamber head into city campus in 1915. He received
rooms, the dormitory capacity will Bradley and Colin English, super- !the national spotlight. He won on and his LLB in
be raised from 1150 to 1550. intendent of public instruction of a ballot over Grant S. Thorn of his BA in 1938, and has LLB in
The increase in dormitory ca- Springfield. Utah. 1939. A nationally-prominent de-
pacity plus the newly construct- C'oniniwd on Pax~ .wo The young Florida lawyer re- bator during his college career, he
ceived his new post amid all the held positions in several honorary
Sfa re s a aahealia us fraternities, served as chancellor
fanfare and 'paraphernalia us-
Sually associated with national of the Honor Court, and was elect-
conventions. W'aldo's landsit idole ed to Florida Blue Key honorary.
conventions. Waldo's landslide The culmination of his ofni-
I I i 3;. election brought about a wild e
demonstration of enthusiasm versito t fe came with selection
fro n Florida's orange-clad dele- to the "Hail of Famed designa-
a y ation, and a gift of a 25-pound ting the best-rounded qualities
SWisconsin cheddar cheese from of leadership and service.
Miss Catherine Mue!ler, the The new Jaycee -president is
northern state's dairy Queen. married to the former 3iiss
Summer Frolics will be held on Aug. 26 ad 27 as Waldo A Native Tommy Ruth Blacklmon of
Summer Frolics will be held on Aug. 26 and 27 as Waldo is a native of Gainesville, Gaines,,ille ard is father of a
originally scheduled and Dean of Summer Session Norman having been born near the Univer- two-year-old boy.
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On Juyl4th O,
,eclus' n-- .i"
Yes. fellows and g'rls, it t''--s
aas though the university of Flor- The State Budget Commission yesterday approved
near seo~ si A'ring the July 4 the University's proposed budget for next year, and in do-
week-end vacation. I ing so approved of an over-all salary boost of 15 per cent,
As for activities ranne.l dnur- an Associated Press story from Tallahassee revealed late
ing the three-day relief period, yesterday.
n "-',h i, in the brelvinz.
nBilly Mar t t h e w s. Florida According to Associated Press, "The. University Bud-
Union director, extends a cor- met showed a grand total of $3,-
dial invitation to all those re- 304 905 available for operations in funds totaling "" ''O0 00.
mining on the campus for the the new fiscal year. Budget Direc- More For Fxperimnent
use of ahl Florida Union facili- o.., -r,, Lee said that was $1,-I At the same time, the Budget
ties. 122.341 above last v"ar and was Commission approved a $1.608,900
The Union ill be closed all da'; accounted for by a $170 000 c-.rry- budget for the S'a'e Agricultural
July 4 It w'll be open from 8:30 12 "r from 'ast year's 680.000 ex- Experiment Station. It compares
p. m. to 12 p. m., 1 to 5 p. m. FrI- rete-' from veteran students and $.156 ';' -'"able to the
day. and from 8:30 a. m. to 12 other revenue increases. :ren-vy ast y- and provides for
noon on'Saturday. The Budget Co'"n'iss'oi -'-i- n average sa':'':e increase of seV-
Starting Sunday. July 7. full- th-irzed exneditu'e of $2.321.- -n per cent for staff members.
time schedule will be resumed at 949 for salaries .792 96 for -x- The commission withheld $154,550
the Unior. 7'3nse; an I established reserve (olltinurl on Page Twn


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Harold Smith Becomes Head "Beay And Price
S1 Guest Speakers

Of Gator Veterans Group Miami Alumni


-4arold Smith, law aehool atu- Not iy evening, July 11,
tront and one of the o.t fiiiit- if i \'e T-i ye ni' E
hle Student l1-10at1i ,r u' tIa1. t". t .o a' 'e',L 0 hipl Ai nito ,
the If iiv.tl.,1tV ill 01 dl' I A11-1 t11
which seewted .,.,idtioiniil hl uiniI. \.' i. :,,., i.,,'o ,I It' ,.l ,,' Ni'' d ',,
eittl l recently, was elected t' ii- o ldeli a the c@Om' 'llill, 1 1 .-ol
mer Commnder of Catorn Vnter- root

Iom, inmmediae lto st Commander', .ea nit l at Fir'niA." a t it d
oic ioft 'Ora 0l0" eV ation tit ae a ilitci fan atr ac
her ier ld xfveret V eI m of tPr'cc a sistant dean an t diie-
Jer eanr kln, L.au1th., Otii .. top of student emplUyemeat,
'Ptc : ehlni -dlntw; willi %pAl. .11n Whteran' i Now at
llolw tl il, 1-illtll.l o, hAROIi t i thale i, l ,
Dean i talk i ,'q-!+,tal.
''or; Vernon ,rhb-se'oniulh. ('Imh- toDean t. Of .-t a=k' i -mqcr...
tl 1. &ad -trothoers Wiglhntn, te n ina' t intii ,;l. tlFC.
r 'ienl o -. irt.. I Univ, eri at lit t1l ,ti, Ii-it
Smith has been very acotie in '!-hti t1 .gI : ~lo lr I ''lr'L !I.I 'I
Pranitmp affairs anid in ai'il ith t t, hi mber t ... ,i t .,'I t i- t!ri,
havingn lhit o, :eI!,t!IPL- to the Sumi-I Ailtl., I.It our Ucaipuli and1 manyi
onmrr iit..,-' 'wli ,in, ,I this woeek '," Ih,'- maintain active alumni
It,. Dean Beaty, was elected to the groups in tine Miami area,
regtlaT' Executive Coun il in last 8l-_il ... ,l oi of the nation's
," ".' elections and will take ilit.ling i ll ti,'wiia and a nema-
office in Septemnber. iti li- also- 1i i' Ii,.-Nl ..m Asso action
served ar Vice Chairman of the -of Deans and Advniers t, M, rl.
Cator Party in the recent Sum- ,had notified Frank \ 'robl,
merr Ploctions. persideit ot thae alumni ariPop,
Following their eletlion, all of HIAROLD sM1TH that he will speak Il!irig'lltr
tL' inowC ll' 'I .were sworn into on th o.urrent l.ei. il sit a=
or.fie i,, Juloh Creas, Cni' Pe y a nnou fes a tto, at the f i,,viBIity,
otll'r of the Honor ,Court, who r orae, b1 _. A ce tl A ani' 'O acounselO t at''', I -,
ear sed ,them soltnnly with the an of the ., .-
fulfiliboint of their dutieo tor t ppo ntments tion program -i-'- t-..i It- is in
elt organization. a p, 1. i'' to bring to the Mirami
Next meeting of the group has Seven new- faculty appointment alumni a frist hand report of
eon slated for Tuesday evening at the Univers ty ,'t.ll-.- a to meet jnni ,-'. IiI are facing
Jly 8, it 7:30 pmt in the Florida' the needs of increasing enrollment as toi r"i .a. and how thes e
aioni Ilil' V 1 recent faculty addi- problems ore being' solved,
i-I,,., II th- UtniversIty, Pire.idenit
John j, ri'i .-rt I. announced with .
G PA10 Boare d of (s... irovas. Fi E trl,
PA Story BTheo11jd < I "ao e headeFd teen Enter
Co I 4 Itu r 1o-a Page One O by Dean W. Wt. Little, offers a tw CLO M membership;
y'eat course, basic' or terminal in
woa held last night for te purpo general .- .. education With Bernard Named
onf tII Inlltrli fo>rm letters to be authorized oI ,fII i. ,_t stepped up
t to 'lorida's delegation in C to 5,000 for the fail term, Dean fte en were ,
grous urging retention of 'u1.:roUag Little -1i n l;, 'I hat envo!lment in t ited into the .onperative iat'
cretrtiv pere teotrol," thl t: '. -' i,' .,,, would probably tig '. ,, -.I;,,a this wwek an
atheray atnghtant re: i, exceed all '. iue.t record since rlO ,,.-t a.ill ll plans for
in, alluy la n tproul, Gord: l a y all lower clatssmen mustt pass expansion in the fall A '.,
Crlg, t rance, pro. onl y through the University I. lo be- of rembemr administered t' he i I
Carl Durf ance, Camneronu Jaet fore I. ,s the copttro" forntin laed
Lucas ud Art Forehand. fore -. i;.I a the ororatiol Pormulatd
The form letter states in par New ll"i ,i,,,Rit.1 include: lIa0 to hold thle ine on its
*'Contlinlued increases in rent, D. Robert F, Davidon, profes- tw : ... -' -,., .ni i room
rimeat, milk, broad, cloth!!g tni sor of the humanities; Rhodes anq l boaried figure.-.
arl oater necessities will render scholar and formr 1..... ., o;- i1~+ ., ,;o- I voting stattu
thle i. E Bii hopelesily indep mathemat ic Gr k, i:i.Ia..I lit.- Vter i ,.. Crd s, and Jack
quat and wll force a great 'erature and ..on 'ti o I,.i th, u-/ Leatl.ih and
,'lelm.iI Of voetranis and wori John H. ,P ,! -1I Inetructor, ,I. ,', c'O ,tit ;
ing students to !give up1 all holpe c001fa! science. fomiM i' illstructor l a 'tfician al i..nlc .h It1 a'h
Of i.li.isiiin a eoleg(i eduot at the U -rt e o w -l amp Ie oiSaR S prings:l t
tieon , editorial on Page 4t) shired. amh l, North Caolina; Rea
I Cami., Nc l torth Caiiprda o nt
Effects of the death of pr i e Dr. Franu Ne' .:I n .,,, .i t.t I,;..-.- ,i i, e .1 ,.i itni rowriP
control were felt this weekk r I y nt p e r, .... I :..-.l.: .n a onvon
htideonts, orn epotdo ft rmer e inatuer nor il i dieal en- h; ~r at :'ii; m-. ti
that butter ham gone up ,to over, -.... I fit,1 iJ, Atra.' .rno'1iooe, OCala; Lee Blour
Sldo llar pir pound locally and Dr Irv !ag Ja Cantei, assi tant ql .. uh nell; c, Sm ih,
that tihe price of lard, too has ini professor, biologica! science: for.- '-. utafO Pishe", Pierasoi:
crutased, moe instrultoti at i 'i'P a et'ery, nwlaceiteiar,
rOne studolt reported that he niel-hiuat Gaofin
Fines recoltved notice that the $1,0 Dr. Lewis Berrteo, assistant pro Bernart' woe named -
a-'r week which he is paying for fe sor, ..1. .- ienc-s: borier t0etaig" by Pi'sident II
Iem rrootnm and a bath occupied 8, ., to retoed Janmes W~'. Ti.. ,- o
b)y he, his wife and 1, lI. will he Dr B I ;..,i ,,,; o B. Lea sstt, Bat= .- pril gs,
raised to $17,50 per week, b'i i-e -es
Another report that he o lieve-s anLt l.oiSl ienSe;" t!
i on" room, wIith a roommate, former n' t tor at Dartmouth, Ifl i
haI. bh ae e n i' pr t'., V, Monore, oproesor of
t bhtitanth hieh a.f: forir in:sterctrirat l
ic'lh per mionth tind ltiml hII hasrl lot ps t
received notice llitit bIoth will university of '
..ow be forced to pvay $1a e$acth 14 ..... m, Relitable an i
pirI month, F Pleitji a SP!t SerViCe," Yeo mlOr,
otn-ni .' comnlt i| I over -d that's ,l -slogan adhered to by
h1,tlmll l gil: in favor of retention loxveLY orvalie ('.',- (Mrs, W,
'nI Il'.t. i It Iof these quefton .ium Palmt andi h thi ,,. ,1, Yoar e1Uterin Union rqlaii-
ed by the (Gatbi' staff Irmllr' re- I:hillI. featur'Ig viveula Beti ', oe offi Rw en stuted ad-
teHtlotn Iof (.o'PA writh full powers, DItu e, Palmer's l o-el.v vitcal Jdj ent t the Informtation Desk1
while sonic favor retenlation. wlth It Palnstr hinmsr! ',- alsoi hre in tthe 1min elntranee of the
t(on with limited powers, Those featured it the \l'll'i. ie i Florida Uoitn,
it fisvor of no)i prIce control Is Isnowti aS m onIlt i t I II,0 to alei, IP. lke minny otlwrP
what-o tever mnaie i up a snll "Inti;r uandleaders in the t a- 1..nr. n III
rtvdnel ty, e i__llU, *. .. a' vItPI1n'l wIfe, Her
SDeLcoroatiowu ill the .,..,- during h'N"hanl, WI!ont. R HI'-... ret'
S[]ethe Frolhei dance owi wicotisait of .-,',n,!\ ,irtv,'.:tr.iI, is a pr!'Lanwv
Rudet fil ,i t ,. ,,,,, ,,,,ons..
Srtillii, ealc of he th .I -I ftha- r110 phone IIIIim Ye aI
oentlnneti l'Uronm Page Or,,, t .Ii n the tIntevr lVraternity It"s 8' or 8a anytIme between
Cotnferelnce, poansor of F-rolics,. Pi0 as, m, arnd S1 p, m, we-k-
of the totnil mout in a ree-:rve', du. a.nd .8 a, n. to 1 noon
Tlo heUnliv city radio station N,val RRO C r aturday for na t1'-
ig"tx., that, is,
WIiUF, revolved approval of a
$210,000i budget and an Infor- Conltolrida roml PO osng
sial depression for the Cablaet the i. of Florida requesting --
S'hi ii~ lill thtit it h IhoulId noi n .(" X, l ,, i",, r tie prlesi t
ntie nto INek keounmereiai hul ,jl IC ihii s" .'ld o- ltlde th WATCH CRYSTAL
laeu In i an effort' tt t .... I pur!I I 11itt i ooks an


much money as it can," materials to supplement the text-
All the station's revenue will 1 books on all eumrent courses+;
i(ome from it% own operations, I Comnmander ii ailpolitted a
since the 194." l.i'sgl.ii-r.' abh- I. I'"Illlri ,o)limttet, bimieded by
olisBlhd lt iJil.m1i im:ilht.- front m II' h i.re'iI, to sort and present
,State funds, I' ill le'trilint've nlotiionts at the
Reserve I iiii n .lln: it a speedy and order-
The Cnmmicseion approved Bud- 3 ly fashion in order to i\n',,,im..
I..l director I.ee'a recommenda- / th busintlis of the ,-. 'uii,.
tion tant a reserve fund of $13, 8 JaI mes 0. Harrimen i wa tlhii .h- i
fLi be set aside from the station'a ligated and welvtniedt into the
totfl fund, and that $61,125 be itmnielbPrship of the local !poKt.
authorized for immediate expend- N .1 0i... lii- .Ir the VFXW i-
iture on salaries and :a d -:n.liitll for *i'l.-uhiiI it1 hulli ,. l.i,, July 25,
general expenses, \i l ,i ;1 i i illn r.. i 209 of the
A recommenndation to set up a tFlorida Union. All men ePlgtble
$40,000 revolving fund for the for membership are .,-ii~.l:ill In
University out of Its own revenues vited to attend, and the tranator
that have been ordered Into the of membership can be avcom-
treasury was adopted with less plished for those men .I.-.ii m,.:
harmony, however, name.


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Student Governmentf



Jobs Filled By Turer

By A. J. DeskinA
Preidild.t of the l(udeilt Wndy Fred" Tu'rnl er lifn'
the Executive i irwiil ii~iI it i rlse'iiil. ili !tii.'s aid I.,
l ieda nj,'Ogri.i'nI: .' n!liit.' i 'is f',ir ill- 9ilriiti?' at ith firs
ikii.y Ir! 'l, ,.- I council last week. He (i.'d-ripL rpr'i'ltil' of
th1 *l- ini g oi,.ommitteer ehatrmen:
Bill D1 iYd, iL.nctiiit.o on0 War Memorial: Bori Mnvy.
_'iTv. Committee on0 ('"'li'tu Itive Grocery;r H1I'Id .miL1,
S Committee on '-'nrtlIt.11 il.
Change; Fred 'Tk-irrt, to retain.

Service-Frat on -1 All
0 ,_"iI t ifK i fifiam, -il lip ..'t' thle elamn i t ,
t0 0ee n Hi ii-h,:; All tjpili tl ivtri t4
were approved,
Da ean Beaty announced the pD-
Son the raEecutive Council, A i. iri.ih
By Tblalfi~a p appointmentt will be announced
By if T e later, Th, ilhi'rr-- ippnhlnteI are:
Alpha Pt Omega was emQ Harold swiltl. Biti Mnm.ur, and
tablished at t.nfiif l- E'itl.i d -,,-,: -. The ri ,-i lt1..iiri ni of
on Dveemiber i6, I!'.d. and since four students to *u-. ,l on lih. Ex.
that time its iwr,,gri of service Oouncil i provided for in the
has o' i.d.l,'ld isilii I! e member- gSummer Constitution.
shipi) !!,iM I'ilkirls of ovier one@
hundred ,'hui'l.r located at all The three men appointed have
leading cili.lt, I~ .nd mii -ril.. the mie s e l voting an d dii-nitr. -
Ivi rl r.l l[b.' elected li''ni .lii*i, ,i
Tau Chapter, here on the camp-. 1,'1 nI- i e:e d ,ti,. Oo unil -
us, was founded in 1931 and re-
cently celebrated its lit nit.,-ii an. Dean Norman, Dean of Summer
,i.erN.Tin. The program of ser- School, gave an inspiring talk on
%,,- th.in the u i iiLiik i v r,, 'Ii..,' "The Opportunities of M.II.-tiI
is founded on ,i-s i..i,"- ideals: Government on the Campus of the
Service to the student ',..1.. 3et-, l'i'i-i'll'. of Florida,"
vice to the community, .4-r1.~'-. to Turner also received r.-niil'.i-
the members or the fraternity i tion on the following cabinet mem-
and Service to the nation as parti- bers with the approval of the
..i .;ilt itig.zen Council:
Plans have been formulated to Secretary 14 Ir nlrri--r,. Harold
renan asive. throughout the Freeburg; .4 i '-i i Labor,
sumnner nession and to Intensity Frank Palmer; .i',.-elH. ,y of Soi
the service program to the ieal Affairs, Ted it-.1n. fr.i-',l..1t!
,iis'lli. This has already been of Public Relations, Jack Doherty;
r*-%luilil'.-Id with tle weekly Poll :;., -.iin, ..' at Veteran Affairs, Ben
of Cp!nion in the Summer *ii;ait Ma;il. ri. .i I :i of Organiza-
and next week the chapter ex- till- 11.1. v .,- !iii,
pets to resume theie ltii-n!r.. Funds for Keya for the members
Visitation ,..,i,.-, ,!l.,ug linli of the Executlve Council were prove
full schedule of mcii.ilf. for the vided bW a vote of the 'f,.in-ii.
local scout troops. und Cfor eye tor the memberA
'l-Jil..i- ceremtonies will be con Walter B, Timblake was appoint-
ductgd on July 8 with formal ed Secretary-Treasurer Pro Taro
initiation and banquet aelhduled in the absence of Secretary-Trea-
for the first week of the second surer Frank :-ilri il-v, who was
term, Anaoe in I'n,'vioiIia' assoel- about to become a father,
President Truman ..i the
Bji Cas Pr eS charlge.es Il has filed against
Sraneo 8tiain are politicall" But
In En ,r ,lrin' wNvhether they happen to be true
or n*t iAs far 1tr01 e important, we
Ain extepthnal ,I ii. -,i for' think,
those I.'-:.n- 1 In wuldin- research
work anti '.- a .111 dir atlon l"ll FI,.
1 iS offer-'ed By t- J.Ia ,inj i An SW''I' FINS
I Ar y. Fundaftiton, Cleve $8.9
Sland, Ohio, 'n the atnnouneornent
of their new $200,000 "Design-for-
ViPraogrl?" A\vard Ptaogram i
'-: -r, and Bciinilatlion one
(of 1i eatsnricdatvtun., is divided
into three divisions: (i) IRot't r '.
involving arc *-t'li in l 1dulto Ll, ;
governmental or priotit labora- -mS/ -

1::1 I.-.ii.: .iii, educt action cover-
nearin, invotvn Ae 1. ,i-
.50 -O SEADIVE
Ail adult human hn. h l al MASKS AND OTHER SPORTS
o0di' of tt' r Itn his blood, ITEMS
Bunter, miin_!t with p 'owde- t A
coor.s, t imotlded into i,.,. of At RAY BRANNAN'S
gods which rule for a night each (aronrs from Sit;.nce Hall)
'year' In Chont, c ilii, -
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Welcome Students


Let' The

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Or See

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Our Student Solicitor





Bowling Tourney


Won By PKT's
Oin th o 114th of J if r hP wotnili
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wa4, decided oin V..-r .-i t' ight, f /
whbn the top ptx t fxli t ofI M' on=
Iday'a mlhe mnt 0hid im higl -gInsi- -- -
ii; ti.:la of TueidayPe ofrtattl n. z -- -- -
*-.n entered i.n the .fia.s f I\
the 2 th ofF June Wrt, in thn ordl lil
of high 1 o41 fi T., iP.,, ,
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total pin. 4 l! ol !c inM to thi e 1 IndI i h 1 I I,., 11. ,- ,,1 ... .,i ih..- i
ln. i)ir'b 01ng m h,, l!.* M iif!tulai, i idihh' ltitior vUi uiliw
Th'f ini livithi WitM !'itiri ftgiBi l7 r l,,,( 1ji-,. -Inill "
oi to tlihe orri'eu t nufmi' oft thi e it t
diviititil high wiereor i f Mondlat 'i "
SIh igo tr i ' iiC 1946 Gator Football Schedule
0it it bi kno t hat hoiiti i tit h wi a hig
i, t.l .1I. n f-ir the lntiv i t vi nti Ti t ii r ifl4 Outo I'n'.ltll i ii dlt i tdlii n1' n!flniirt sd
iv, i., .,i inumibe of' "bl)unIpOid" (Il ih tY- (Hru-it) %Vl t Vr ?lv ( lt hi ( iis f l it lor i git'lii
p -l fas 7 2, or a n -at iVOctOge ti'r f thlir R- hpd-uthd lhnin' iuatewl iat h,!,i,, tjw. ih
itd oni in Tampa!i
Former Editor is -1 "is "" w, ls i.s,.:
ih IOho ,Onlpln t -it rinist
Off To Arizonra ,-.,1, aa -,,, ita,,ii..
iE die f(telly, mrlt.iiiir sitlor I i Oc i ri .ill e-i.lt NO! Oh 1tin
S 1 t it ,Ii ( a ti t ormert itor t I T? iiL.- ufitihI hiII in iih
of w % .h ; ,t. .i ,ind hisi r i ,., e,,, ; ,, t,, '
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tho tutih xi t0pi fi it Irt ill vdi.ii Hr ] d T Po Pi k
ih,, nlr+oii!i juii-<- .s, f, Ild clow- 1= oara o Ic
l5 riollowil by the T. U, I"'. A .
tiO, it .iiili ili, ii "AII-Aimer.cans"
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iii th0 ilolivdiat!ul hrc rinig b t -Ct (J )ri W olr rla. z 'ne ptjt i ;i- invih
1, (txiH lrito lhiindi the field wilti (tion to fpru n r t Floridi on iiths
i ltfi e of I n 7 i8 poilltl-i f t nc-.t i 11 All A i't-rit c iBoard of Pootball tso
line wh\ Mnt'iii f LttrCaltee with! a+ id in ielrctinig i -ainniil lf oot
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ahomwn by tielt it tlh t tha t tahtionu ii -'hristy 'ti ikh of
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Ve n's Wives B oom

Fort New Name-V tereittes
By Mitzi Freedman

Veterettes is the monnicker that the Night Group of the Stu-
dent Veterans' Wives will go by from now on. The name, chosen
at a meeting of the group last Wednesday night, was submitted by
lrs. Neil Harrison.
The new name was one of 12 suggested by various members
following the request of Mrs. God-
frey Miller, president of the
group, that members suggest a made plans last Thursday, for a
full schedule of events for the rest
briefer name for the group. Vet- of the month. Included in the list
erettes was chosen because the of activities are:
femrnininized version of Veteran. A business meeting tonight
dues will ito (Wednesday), at which time
It was decided at the same plans for future activities and
meeting that a small amount of voting on the Constitution and
dues will be charged for the By-laws drafted by the Veter-
purpose of social meetings at ette Executive Committee will
which prizes and refreshments be voted on; Book reviews, em-
will be served, however Presi- broidery, sewing and crotchet-
dent Miller stated, "We are not ing on July 10 and a bridge
a bridge club; Veterettes is not party on July 17. All meetings
connected with any other of Veterettes will be held at
women's organization. We exist 7:30 on Wednesday nights.
for the purpose of furthering All student Vet wives who have
the interest of veterans' Wives." not yet become affiliated with
Taking this statement up as its the Veterettes are urged to at-
theme, the program committee tend tonight's (Wedn e s d a y)
under Mrs. Ferdinand Chabot meeting.


Glee Club Begins Recruiting

For Fall Concert Campaign

Following a new policy, the Uni-
i- E G H^^k


verity Grle CIIU is Ltirainig e -
cruits for the fall campaign.
About fifteen men are practicing
faithfully every Monday afternoon
at 5 o'clock on the stage of the
University auditorium, where the
cool breezes from the direction of
Ocala offer a refreshing environ-
ment.
Professor John W. iDeBruyn,
who is in charge of the train-
ing, states that the new men
men are good material and will
serve as acceptable replace-
ments for members who have
had to leave for Army and
Navy camps. Director DeBruyn
further states that since most of
the singers must start from
scratch in the way of develop-
ment any and all students inter-
ested to try for the Glee Club
are welcome to try out.
The.apparently increased em-
phasis on studying has made it
imperative to adopt the new pol-
icy now being followed. It is
planned to take not over one trip
each month during the next school
year, and old members will not be
required to relearn any bit of the
repertoire carried over.
During November new songs
will be added, and these songs
Will be of a rhythmic character,
although the older classics will
by no means be discarded. Di-
rector DeBruyn hopes to make
at least one long trip out of the
State, perhaps to Tulane or
North Carolina, when the foot-
ball team plays at those uni-
versities.
In addition there is a venture
under way to connect Glee Club
activities with the Alumni Asso-
ciation, especially meetings of the
association, example by reorgan-
ization of alumni groups dormant
during the vwar. Some new mem-
bers will be taken into the "Am-
bassadors of Good Will" when
school opens again in September,
but those now rehearsing will be
given trip preference.
Because lie is writing a new
book, "Modern Bel (Canto," Pro-
fessor l)eBruyn has had to cur-
tail the requests of several stu-
dents for private lessons. How-
ever, on Tuesdays at 5 o'clock
there is held regularly, for a
small fee, a group training class
that stresses basically the
technique and development of
singing. Any studentt not in
the Glee Club is entitled to join
this class on application. But
no credit is given.


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Ax-t-ator reaas

Capital Paper
A Florida graduate, Philip L.
Graham, was named publisher
of the Washington Post recent-
ly. Graham received his BA
degree here in 1936 and while
here was a member of Florida
Blue Key, a debater, associate
editor of the Seminole and was
a member of the SAE social fra-
terinty.
Graham, previous to being
named to his present job, was
associate editor of the Post.
After graduation here, Gra-
ham studied law at Harvard
University and secured his LLB
there in 1939. He was also
editor of the Harvard Law Re-
view while in law school.


NEW AND RETIRING OFFICERS of the University of Florida Alumni
Association are shown as L. K. Edwards, Irvine;'Florida, upper left. took
over the reins of the group at an executive sesstq at Rainbow Springs.
I Edwards, member of the class of 1937, is a prominent cattleman and
rancher. Clifford Beasley, Gainesville (upper right), retires as president
of the Association after having served at the helm for a year and a half
during which he guided the reorganization of the state group. Others
shown are Leo Foster, Tallahassee (lower right), secretary-treasurer, anq
ielden F. Waldo, Gainesville, retiring secretary-trasurer._
SUMMER GATOR mental and .ororhy Grouix.
FEATURE The director is Professor Roy E.
The !c)lriaa players on the ilth Tew, x 1 i; 1.I- head of the speech
and 12th of July will present a depart',- .i .i"ack Mills will be
,three-act comedy entitled "To the the assistant' director. The stage
Ladies," by George S. Kaufman :.- 'ig'- in'.m- production will be
and Marc Connelly. The cast Dick Jones. -
will consist of the following: Let's all attend "To *he Ladies';
Yvonne Cody, Chester Bosworth, and support the F'l.rida players.
William Kessen, Lily M. Fraser,
Leldon Martin, James P. Dee, Ber-
nard Ward, William Charles, Don CONTINUOUS FR
SHeald, John Sullivan, V. P. Ficcio, .,: C
Saul Fruchtman, Edward Blu-, v.VS


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YOUTH ON TRIAL
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SUNDAY & MONDAY

STORK CLUB
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The Crime Doctor's

Courage
with
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SNo Gator
Due to the fact that our staff
will off for home and elsewhere
during the holidays and the paper
will be left without help on Thurs-
day, Friday, Saturday and Sun-
day, there will not be a Summer
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Initi ion Held
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The Phi Alpha Delta honorary
legal fraternity held a formal in-
itiation for eleven new members
Friday evening, June 14. The in-
itiation was directed by Clarence
Thacker, Justice of the fraternity.
The newly initiated members
are:
Thomas Truett Ott, Tallahas-
see; Harry C. Parham, Tampa;
E. Martin McGehee, aim Beach;
William F. Hoffman, Pensacola;
Harold B. Crosby, Kssimmee;
U. -uranKi -moaK, ejr., runta
Gorda; Bernard J. Langston,
Lakeland; Robert 5M. Ervin,
laluanassee; ignacious Lester,
Key West; James W. Vander-
grift, Gainesville, and Samuel
D. Phillips, Lake Worth.
Upon completion of the cere-
monies Justice Thacker gave the
new members a short resume of
the fraternity's activities, pur-
poses, and aims.
Following the meeting an in-
formal banquet was held at-
the Varsity Dining room in hon-
or of the initiates, at which time
Mr. Bob Kime, a recent gradu-
ate of the Florida Law School
and member of Phi Alpha Delta,
spoke on his experiences as a
new lawyer with advice to those
going into the legal profession.
Mr. Lance Lazonby and Mr.
Joe Jenkins, local attorneys and
Florida alumni, conducted a dis-
cussion on the integration of the
Florida bar and the merits of the
institution of the apprentice sys-
tem into the legal profession.
Pledges to be initiated at a
future date are:
Corneal B. Myers, Jr., Lake-
land and Donald Buck, St. Aug-
ustine.

-_ .A ..... ___*


Florida Players cast rehearses the comedy "To the Ladies," by
George Kaufman and MIare Connelley which will be presented here
July 11 and 12. From left to right are Chester Bosworth, Leldon
Martin, William Kesson, Yvonne Cody, and Lily M. Frazier.









Blu K For drads and ad

By Sidney Ferrell
Tile 19,16 Homecoming is going to be the biggest
blowout of its kind in this state in many a year!
That's the essence of reports received from Florida
Blue Key, sponsors of thle-traditional "Grads and Dads"
affair. Homecoming, which will be held on October 18
and 19 and will be highlighted by the Florida-Miami game,
is back to its old status after
.. .. having of necessity been curtailed


Ondma Pssayers To P reseBT
/fV~~~~~~~4 "" I -' l B^
TO The Ladses Jlyl,12 1


On Thursday and Friday, July
11 and 12, the Florida Players will
present their first summer offer-
ing, George Kaufman and Marc
Connelley's comedy "To The
Ladies."
This comedy was a big hit on
Broadway and bids to be even
funnier when presented here.
Both cast and directors have
been working hard and full re-
hearsals are going on every
night at the P. iK, Yonge audi-
torium.
The stars of the show are Ches-
ter Bosworth and Yvonne Cody,
and the director is Professor Tew.
The rest of the cast are also ex-
cellent and the result should be a
fine play.
Curtain time will be Eight


thirty. So write down the
dates, July 11 and 12 in your
little black book and be sure
to be there in your best bib and
tucker, and with your best girl
or wife if -you are lucky enough
to have one.
Come prepared though to roll ii
the aisles as the play is funn3
enough o tickle everyone's funny
bone. We'll be seeing you are th
funniest comedy of the year.

School teachers in Georgia are
to get a 50 per cent raise in pay
It begins to look like it won't be
long before the teachers are get
ting almost as much pay as the
janitors.


Exchanrge of Messages
GCator Vet's rTelegrami To Iiorida ID''!rga!ion
At an n en eecting e:i'er:i:ni." the question rof 2'.7C C",.- .r
of how they can maintain faiiics on 90.0O !rmon:h .i pT '
trols removed, iwe u"g'e r'ten'ai' (:! sufficie! t ci n'.:'o. ';
to our i:.-i_.d mc ns ald :'l'th r (i.iid an imny'di e ;j
your vote anld re.asois.
Gatlor \-tieran~ a
Campus of U. (f I-

Rep. Price's Answer to Telegram
June 25. 191C
Gator Veteians Campius
of University of F' ,,rida
Gainesville, Florida
Gentlemen:
Thank you foro you'r lh'i'^am of June 24. den:a;.ding an i -
medate ainsw-er as to how I voted"on the OPA. I would 0 .
all t tthe tale:tion to your C -oup that me:nbers of Crngr'ess hai-/
made many provisions for you-r welf: are as veterans ald I thl,.k ha.
your attitude is to say tlie least uncalled for.
You do not have to demand that I make an explanation
my vxte on any measure as I will gladly inform you of any al h;:
I may take in Congress. As far as the OPA is concerned the Co( .
ferees will report to the House today on an agreement that th
have reached and it will be up to the members of the House to voi.
for that agreement or against any extension of the OPA w\h, ;
ever.
I am voting for the conferees report lccause I believe th:i
would be iunwise to remove OPA restrictions at this tiiiP v:
I am in favor of the amendments that have been made because
believe that it is necessary to compel the OPA to use a little, '-on.
men senic e in the administration of price control.
Very truly yours.
Emory Price
Member of Cony r.'

Gator Vets' Reply To Rep. Price
GATOR VETERANS
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE
June 30th, Tii
Mr. Emery Price, M. C.
House of Representatives
Washington, D. C.
Dear Sir:
This will acknowledge receipt of your letter in reply to our ;i


during the war years. granm June z2tn.
The advance word that is Your letter to us is very much appreciate:i in that we ar, Pai, :
coming in to Nixon Butt, Gen- to read much from the content therein and are able to deduec ;-,r;
eral Chairman of the Florida imply much more from what is not inscribed there. We are ap-
Blue Key Homecoming Commit- preciative of the fact that you*are one politician who is noi afra.
tee, is that alumni, parents of to make his position known to his constituents even though he i-
students enrolled, and friends aware that this attitude will be hostile to the wishes of these i-,oi
of the University, will attend: stitutents. This we appreciate.
and all of the social events, corn- ut the fact remains that even though the learned PRepresenl all
biting with the football game of is moved by no dther motive nor impulse than his own consemien,-i
n all Florida games, will insure a ious sincere desire for what, he truly believes to be the best wa,.
Y very successful program. the nude fact remains that he must remember that he is the Ye
e It may be well to state, Butt presentative of the people of Florida and not Emory Price. He I
pointed cut, that ue to the anti- a public servant and his duty as such a servant is to carry the wil.
cipated unprecedented attendance of the majority of his constituents.
the hundreds of parents, alumni, Such an action as overriding the veto of our President in :i
Sand friends of the University, an sincere effort to save our country from ruinous inflation is a.
e overflow crowd is expected in example of the fact that Emory Price is not representing the wii;
Gainesville, and greater successor the people. We challenge you, Emory Price, to piovP t ,
e will be attained, if we remember,
Sb a i w r that you were motivated by -a sincere wish to do the most ti
that all should be done limiting I
ourselves to the entertainment of the people of Florida in your vote for overriding President Trumana'-:
people more intimately concern- veto.
ed with Florida homecomings ofI
ast d a homecomings of We are cognizant that you, and others, have done much tn i-
ipast and present.
prove the conditions of veterans generally and for this we than
S :you. We find it difficult however to find ourself grateful for tl-,
TO Th Edsdtor comment in your letter to us, and we quote,"...your attiltude i. e i
say the least uncalled for." To be told by a public servant tha~
Mcrty Freedman our efforts and demands to acquire equitable legislation ii ord-,r (
The Florid lliator maiaintin a decent standard of living are "uncalled for" is too iimi.
I am writing a book intended To get down to practical politics, Mr. Price, perhaps, o0 perl;ip-
to help men, from teen-agers to not, our attitude "is to say the least uncalled for" but we can,;i(
great- grandfathers, with their refrain from reminding you that a large percentage of thi. 1i71
women problems, their friends,
sweethearts, wives, mothers, sis- veterans at this University are registered voters in ytur distri, j
ters, mother-in-law, daughters, due to their having registered in Alachua County in order tio taink
etc. advantage of the absentee ballot. You may rest assured tl1ai
It will be enlivened with incid- neither your acts nor your attitude will be forgotten in times i.'
ents from real life, showing the
right and the wrong methods. To come.
get suggestions as to what to in- Very truly yours,
etude in the book, and to get these Gator'Veterans University of Florid.
real life incidents, I am offering Harold S. Smith, Connande
ten dollars for the most helpful Harold S. Smith, Commande,
letter from boy or girl, man or
\iom.an; also an autographed copy
of the book when published for the Second O f U n n
ten runners-utip. t J C u n o U n u m
All letters become my property, D S t T r
but the writer's name will not be c M
published in the book, and all in- S Set For
cidents will be changed slightly to By Jarry Beasley the IUnion plans to have dance
avoid causing anyone embarrass- Thursday night .was the night, every Thursiay night during
ment. Any word length. Just write Florida Union Annex was the the summer session.
out your thoughts in your own place, and the first of the sum- Refreshments were served in the
way. I would appreciate having mer dances was the function. All Bryan Lounge during intermission.
a little background of the writer this made up a swell time for the Mrs. Alien, Florida Union hostess
of the letter. crowd of students and dates that is always on duty to introduce you
Please mark your letter to show attended. Lindsey Holland and to the cute little lassies from hcre
how you heard of the contest, as his orchestra was really hot; they in Gainesville.
the person who is instrumental in played them sweet ad jumpy. Just remember when thtor-t
getting me the most answers will
getting me e mdolla andswers wil Yea, man, guys and gals, it daily classes and assignment
threceie book,five dollars and soil the person was really fun trying those get you down come over to the
the book, and so willven on the person rug-cutting steps at the Florida Florida Union and relax. Mark'
',Phe wnaer's letter as being the Union. There was an unusual in your date books: Florida
source o nformaton. turnout of Gainesville girls just Union Dances, 8 o'clock every
i source of information.
Contest closes July 28, 1946, waiting to dance with you Flor- Thursday night. If you are ony
:postmark. Extra prize for earli- ida men. Not a wall flower in of the lucky ones that have a
ness. Send all letters to: the crowd. Boys,. if you messed local steady bring her outi to
Mrs. Florence Gunn this dance you really missed a enjoy the fun. Also all you vels
6810 Broadway Terrace swell time, but don't feel too and wives are invited along aith
Oakland 11, California. blue if you missed this one, as the summer school co-eds.







We And The OPA

University officials estimate that there
will be a student body of 5,000 by Sep-
tember-as things stand at the moment,
we have strong doubts concerning that
figure.
It might very well have become a
reality, a student body of 5,000, if Con-
gress had not brought about the death of
OPA this week. But those-students who
were eaking out their existence on a mea-
ger $65 or $90 per month as the case may
be, know that with increased prices, spi-
ralling prices, rampaging uncontrolled
prices, the average veteran will find that
a college education even with this slight
government assistance, is now out of his
reach.
In many cases, married veterans will-
find that rents have been increased to
such a degree that two-thirds of their
$90 will be needed for the monthly rent.
In the case of the single student, almost
all of his $65 will be eaten up by in-
creased prices in food.
So we rather doubt that there will be
a student body of 5,000 at the University
of Florida in September if present condi-
tions continue, and we doubt too, that all
of the 3100 students enrolled in the Sum-
mer Session will be able to continue with
the added financial burden they must
bear.
It is a sad travesty on our govern-
mental processes that this same lawmak-
ing body, this same Congress, which had
such mighty plans for an aroused and ed-
ucated nation, this same Congress whose
members were so axious to be recorded as
voting for the G. I. Bill of Rights, now
make null and void these gains they so
nobly proposed for those who gave "de-
voted service to their nation."
Editorials are supposed to be construc-
tive, and because they are supposed to be
we are presented with a dilemna. The,
obvious thing to propose is that our sena-'
tors and congressmen be notified of our
anger at the present situation, but that
has already been done by Gator Veterans
and other interested individuals.
There is one thing that we believe can
be done locally. Much has been men-
tioned in the last few days of "buyer's
strikes," and while it is impossible to
strike against landlords when there is an
acute housing shortage, it is possible to
refuse to buy high priced items of cloth-
ing, household furnishings and sundries.
It is even possible, if the local merchants
let their prices soar, to immediately es-
tablish a cooperative buying union among
the students, which would buy food from
smaller towns in the surrounding area.
What must be done if we are to pro-
tect ourselves in any measure is to serve
notice on the Gainesville City Council that
we are ready to take organized action
should the necessity arise, and it now
seems quite clear that the necessity has
arisen, with reports that butter in some
local establishments is selling at well over
$1 per pound and that rent notice, has
been given by some University Ave. land-
lords which will raise the rent on a $10
per week apartment to $17.50 per week.
We can haul out our suntans, O.D.'s,
blues, grays and marine greens and wear
them rather than paying exhorbitant
prices for clothes. We can let our wives
wear last month's dress or hat, we can do
without that new radio or electrical ap-
pliance if we are anxious to see our local
standard of living stay within our level.
There are many merchants who are
forced to raise their prices because of in-
creased prices by the wholesalers they
deal with, and there are many who raise
their prices just to cash in on an abnor-
mal condition. It is true that the mer-
chant who is forced to raise his prices will
suffer from a buyer's strike, but neverthe-
less he must be an unfortunate victim,
for eventually, he will decrease his buy-
ing from the wholesaler, thus making the
buyer's strike effective against the source
of the increased prices.
But whatever we do must be cohesive,
the action must be unified, the action
must be publicized and the action must
be effective. We cannot falter if once
we embark upon this policy of passive re-
sistance to inflation; we must remain
adamant.


Summer Galor

Editor .............. Morty Freedman
Business Manager ........... Ted Nelson
EDITORIAL BOARD
Les Gleichenhaus, Managing Editor; Johnny Walker
Associate Editor; Johnnq Jenkins, Executive Editor
Stan Tatelman, News Editor; Dudley Hunt, Feature
Editor; Lacy Mahoti, Intramurals Editor; Mitzi Freed
man, Society Editor; Danny Kohl, Exxchange Editor
Dan Goodrun, Fraternity Editor; Oscar Rappaport
Art Ed.; Sam Murrell, Criculation Manager.
STAFF ASSISTANTS
E. D. Holcomb, Leo Osheroff, Bob Jenkins, Berni
Kirchenbaum, Bill Edwards, Sam Goldenberg, Harr
Beasley, Lew Wallace, Ronnie Levy, Sid Ferrell, Rob
in Ferguson, A. J. Deskins, Hettie Camp, J. D. Leon
ard, Jimmy Gallacheck, Bernard Ward, Walter Tim
berlake, Harold Smith, Al Fox, Elgin White, Lo
Mizell.


Paranoia
By Johnny Walker
The failure of Congress to act to provide some sort of price con-
trol before the lapse of OPA, illuminates with remarkable clarity the
deficiencies and confusion inherent in the American legislative system
and governmental structure.
The American structrue of government, as constituted with
its separation of powers and checks. and balances, it seems is de-
signed not to act but to do nothing. It results not in comnprehen-
sive legislative action, but in the ineffectual butting of senatorial
heads against the collective craniums of he 'House of Representa-
tives the collision of executive, legislative, and judicial branches
out of which melee, indecision and confusion arise. The whole
structure seems to be a more preventative device than machinery
for dynamic action.
The separation of powers idea came to us from the seventeenth
century English philosopher, John Locke, and the plan for checks and
balances between these branches are an itnerpretation of Locke's idea
by the French Philosopher, Montisquieu.
English government, since the day of Locke has evolved into
something quite different from the'plan that Locke thought it
would. For today, the English have a system where the real power
-executive and legislative-lies fused in one body, the House of Com-
mons.
The party in the majority in Commnons forms the cabinet-
the executive power-from party parliamentary leaders-and these-
leaders are responsible to Parliament. The cabinet then plans the
legislative and executive 'policy and possessing a majority in the
House of Commons can then pass their measures and put them into
action. If a government bill fails and the party in power in the
House of Commons loses its majority, then the government comes
down and the -menibers of Parliament must face an election. In this
way, the people have a real say in the action of the House of
Commons by either rejecting the government or by accepting
it and returning it to power.
n In this way, the vote is taken upon clearly defined issues .and
n an election of a certain party to a majority in the House of Commons
is an endorsement of its platform with the means provided to carry
out the people's will.
r; If we are going to have representative government, I say let's
s make it real .. by streamlining our Congress to one house and by
fusing our executive and legislative branches into one empowered
to act by cutting away the confusion of three branches of
government... each one with the power to throw a monkey wrench
into an administration's plans in short, wreck an adninis-
tration which has been endorsed by the people and prevent
S any legislative action except a compromise.


u


Letter To Editor
Mr. Morty Freedman, Editor
Summer Gator
Florida Union-U. of F.
Dear Sir,
Regarding the Guest Editorial in last week's
Gator, I wish to furnish the following information.
For brevity's sake the article will not be referred
to in detail.
While the USSR is engulfing Europe, we ad-
vocate an inevitable Communist regime for Spain.
Spain-smaller than Texas-who is a "threat to
World Peace"!
Russia, Poland, Mexico and France would fas-
ten on Spain the same regime that Franco ousted
in 1937. The records show that under Stalin's
Rosenberg, the Civil War was precipitated, and
that very group murdered, tortured or raped 11,-
OG' priests and nuns and 500,000 civilians, de-
stroyed 90% of the churches, and stole $800,000,-
000. Is this the blessing we wish for Spain-we
who fought for the Four Freedoms?
-An American, recently reutrned to New York,
disclosed that 75% of the citizenry of Spain sup-
ported Franco prior to the UNO intervention in,
its internal affairs. Now, he continues, 95%
back their present form of government.
Why is this? Because Spain has recovered her
equilibrium. Notable improvements have been
made in economic life: minimum wages, old age
pensions, family allowances, workmen's housing,
and preventative medicine. Transportation has
been restored, stores stocked, food supplies are
not as scarce as other places. Joseph Rowe, vice-
president of New York's Irving Trust Company,
who was recently sent to Spain, declared on his
return that financial ventures there would be
sound. This is based on his observations of what
he calls a good political and economic situation.
He is not an idealist but a practical businessman.
We speak of who sided with whom in their
Civil War-consider the military history of Italy
and of Great Britain.
A final consideration is aouTh America-some
70,000,000 people who respect and admire their
Mother Country. Do we want Russian ideologies
blared from a USSR "care-taker" government in
Spain ?
Why should we turn our back to the cancerous
growth of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
and shake an admonishing finger at the healing
wounds of Spain?
Sincerely yours,
KENNETH F. SCHENKEL.


Without A Song
By Oscar Rappaport
Communist, Fascist, Socialist, was pointing in the right direc-
Imperialist and similar alien tion.
usages have been popular Mr. Pepper has visited Russia
words of denunciation in our and Europe and in his speech be-
parliamentary bodies and press, fore Congress asked that Russia
Our Statesmen whose aims are te treated as fairly as England
not as divergent as may out- or the other allies.
hardly seem are shoving each That "-everybody get out of
other to more extreme beliefs everybody else's country," was
and stranger stands. his desire; for Russia to eva-
When one favor unionism, cuate the Balkans and those
price control, excess profits tax territories not designated for
and increased social security he occupation by the allies, for
became a Pink, a Socialist or a England to get out of Greece,
Communist. On the other hand Italy, the Dutch East Indies
when a senator asked for govern- and Independent countries of
mental subsidy to industry, or the Middle East, and that the
curbing union excesses or abuses United States leave Brazil,
he was nicely branded an imper- China and Italy.
ialist or Fascist seeking to en- Furtherance of international
slave the working class. Both of understanding so as to assure the
these stands are extreme we be- peace we owe our fallen dead and
lieve. create a sane pondy equal among
Recenriy senator Pepper has nations lest we succumb to "Op-
taken a fierce shellacking, in erations Crossroads" is Senator
the Republican press in parti- Pepper's plea. This, we assert is
cular, from numerous ,groups no shirking of duty to his state or
who objected to (1) his alliance country.


to the Administration's policies
favoring OPA, a liberal policy
toward unions, emphasis on a
stronger inter-national cooper-
ation and interdependence, (2)
his so-called "messing" with in-
ternational politics and "globe-
hopping" and not sufficiently
paying attention to his home
state's needs, and (3) his con-
trary attitude towards Britain
and his positive attitude to
Russia has brought the male-
dictions of "Angelphobe," and
Communist, "Red", "Pink," etc.,
on his head.
I look to the eight or ten years
past. I remember when Mr.
Pepper was a "Warmonger" be-
cause he advocated preparedness.
When he became a "Limey Lover"
because he favored lend-lease to
besieged Britain. How Pepper
key-noted party action time and
again while the abuse fell on his
head.
Later it was all revealed as
administration policy and re-
ceived popular approval. Pepper
favored draft, broad expendi-
ture for defense and aid for the
fascist-ridden countries. We
recall how he was then "shel-
lacked" by the isolationist
Hearst, McCormick, Patterson,
papers, the Wheelers, Nyes and
the others whose ignorance and
special interests amounted in
this writer's opinion, to nation-
al sabotage.
The Wheelers and the Nyes have
fallen to ill-repute and time has
shown Senator Pepper was sitting
on the right side of the fence and


Test Tube Terrace

Boast Navy Bells
Ding dong, ding dong-on the
hour every hour.
So sings the Chemistry Build-
ing bell donated to the Univer-
sity by the United States gov-
ernment. The bell some tit-
teen years ago was a part of
the battleship U. S. S. Florida.
In 1931 the battleship was dis-
mantled for destruction at tile
Philadelphia Navy Yard.
fJor some time aiqing mne
war and immediately following
V-J Day the bell was out of
commission, although it re-
sounded strongly on the day
victory was declared over Ja-
pan, and at the special request
of President John J. Tigert, has
since been repaired.
The bell itself is 35 inches
in diameter, 26 inches in height
and weights one-half ton.


Apparently, the beauty show
judges are liking them a little on
the skinny side this season. A
news item tells about a contest
gal named Skeleton.
*
One woman was telling another
woman about having an acute
appendicitis. But did you ever
see an appendix that was cute?






S1947 "F" Book 'Ty 1
947- Book tripledd Oapacity I Due
-Ae By MacLeish

Appointments to the staff of the
1947 "F" Book, which will be
BY LES GLEICHENHAUS ing through suggestions on ready for distribution by Septem- By Robin Ferguson
Happy Fourth of July? -i stance and tips to help you low- ber, were announced late this week Plans o le the pReent apF erguson f h U
you want to start the Fourth off er your score, and winding up Plans to triple the present capacity of the U .i
without a bang see Dorothy with advice on how to avoid be- by "F" Book Editor Bob Mac- Cafeteria and to make it more attractive are under con-
Lamour in "Masquerade in Mex- ing struck by lightning! If ze Leish and Business l.i.. ico." It features Lamour sa- hot checque has come it can be Wurrell. business anager of the University.
rongless, sexless and plotless. It procured locally 173 photo- IacLeish's appointments, all As yet complete plans for the cafeteria have not beaver
also dies tonight at the Florida. loaded pages-2 bucks. Associate Editorships, are: for the cafeteria have not be -
Robin Hood, that is! Flickerfans ; Two Misses ana Une Hit.---As a Morty Freedman, Johnny Jen- fully developed, but it can be re-.
may swoon at crooners; their cor- I welcome relief from the more usu- kins, Jack Leeth, Ted Nelson, V t sios ad additions t o the pxte3-
puscles may bubble pleasantly at al Consuelo meets Dilbert ro- W. G. O'Neil and Elliot Shien- sons and additions to the presenting.
the debonair gent of the drawing mances that comes ',ut of Folly- feld. The cafeteria is inadequate forbuilding.
room comedy; their marrows may .wood something new has been in- Those appointed by Murreil to the cafeteria irements of inadequate for
thrill over the cowboy on his white troduced-a plot! "Devotion" is The apit by Mrlto a the requirements of the Univer-
thrill over the cowboy on hs whitetrodu a new plotn "Devotion" is the business staff are: sity," said Baughman, "and I have
have invaded the screen in the strange triangle of two sisters Andrew Deskins and Dick ll asked the Board of Control to allot
past and present, the one who who fall in love with the same Mior, assistant business man- su et us r to carry
sweeps into the imagination of us man. The film features Ida Lu- agers; Walter Timberlake, au- out the proposed plans. Arrange-
all, and stays there is that daring, "nipo, Paul Henried, Olivia de Hav- editor; Carlos Amunategui, cir- Desiring solutions to the many ments have been made with an.
swashbuckling, beer-drinking and island and Sydney Greenstreet. In "I culation manager; Barney Leon, problems ensued by the veteran engineering concern in Jackso.n-
boudoir-break:ng Galahad of the reviewing the performances of so office manager; John Hook, ad- trying to get an education on the ville and several other large firrrs
forest-Robin Hood. capable and starring cast, only su- vertising manager, and Dave GI Bill of Rights, Cliff Kelly, to draw up the plans for remode:-
Of all the swashbuclingichHrdc- perlatives can be used. Kaplan, advertising layout. President of the University o ing the cafeteria."
Aters which fiction has t i --" A i I According to MacLeish, each of Florida's V. F. W. Post has writ- "Ve haven't decided y-( -iv-
ters which fiction has t.. c.ir.-i ie As shy, understanding and des- the six associate member. named ten the following plea to General actly what addition., will or
of the most famous and faseinat- perately unhappy Emily, Lupino by him are responsible for one of Omar N. Bradley, administrator made, and the scarcity ,if builoe
ing is the :.1i..4 Rrbin. I never is terrific. Watching her steady six sections into which the "F" of Veteran's Administration in ing materials nakes .r impo,.-
knew R.H got hitched, but 4.it portrayal of a gal marked for Book has been divided. The pub- Washington. be for me to say when v-ok :
is mere trivia. It seems he- has a.tragedy, yours truly was moved to locationn is now ready to be print- "This is not a complatln. We be started to enlarge t, .t'
Tson. Di.e realize that Lupino is unquestion- ed, Editor MacLeish added, have been courteously received teria. However,. we ark, d,-
This pie is bound to:please-most ably damngobd! So if you want to by both the University offici- all we (an to i'oriimulatei rti-
everybody, as it is photoed in see an unforgettable movie see als and the local officials of the plans and to speed action on th.
technicolor and featuring Cornel "Devotion," starting Sunday at ion that were very vital and Veterans Administrationated that the tatter."
Veterans Administration. Both matter."
Wilde. "The Bandit of Sherwood the Florida. h ere ey a and ave been generous with their Baughman stated that the two
Forest" w i camp it n the Florida Life CanBe Bextremely closet the hearts and time and research in our be- main objectives, are to make the
ThF forest" will camp in the Florida Life Can Be Beautiful Depart- pocketbooks of all students. Opin- half." cafeteria an attractive, clean, ari.d
Theater starting tomorrowment The weatherman says ions weer obtained from over one- efficient establishment, and at te
baThe ook other Weak. Don't that the weather will be mostly fourth of the student body, and re- Our problem is that under ent establishment and at tn
bawith your caddy over the head sunny on or lost week-end sults were enthusiastically in fa-existing law and/or administra- same time lower operating cos s
wth your mashie-it's bound to sunny on our lost week-end suits were enthusiastically in fa- tive interpretation veteran stu- i as much as possible.
make a bad impression on his Bernr lar." Jams TFar- or of instituting both money-sav- dents can procure under the GI The interior of the remodeled
make bs real's new noirel, ias banned inhiscafeteria"illhave
mind. So goes Sam Snead's Canade which means its well i ng faturesi on Le campus. Billof Rights only those books, cafeteria will have stainlep-
book entitled "How to Play oanadahich means it's well First Question: Would you be materials, and supplies as arc re- steel fixtures, colored wail pan-
book entitled "Howo to Play worth looking into! ... Have willing to patronize a student-op- quired by the zUniversity for els, and attractive tables and
quired by the .sUniversity for 'Is, and attractive tables an,.
Golf." You, too, can tear up the you heard of the Red Pilot who erated-managed "consumer co- other students. This is unsatis- chairs. It is hoped that these
ee oncame in on a Left Wing and a Thoperative" established on the factory for the following cogent new features will provide a,
Snead, one of the country's prayer? i.. This advertise- campus if such a store offered all reasons: more pleasant atmosphere, and
leading professionals, ar, v s meant appeared in the "Alliga- the advantages of the co-operative "1. Most students, veterans alsoincrease the students' en-
the subject in practically par, tor" November 12, 1933: "Room system and met with administra- and non-veterans, find it de- o n theimeals.
beginning with counsel on such & Board $5.25 per week apply tion approval? From 823 students sirable to ow, and do on, "I the meanwhile every step s
rleimntary matter a the se- 1237 I. Union Street." (Take questioned, the following results many reference and collateral- being taken to improve conditions
election of equipment, progress- me away. I'l go quietly!) were obtained: books that are not required. in the prese-ft cafeteria. One of
Pet. 2. Freshiman-eterans, haPing the major concerns is to serve sti -
S I r I In favor of a co-operative been out of school for several dents wholesome, appetizing meals
_| grocery ............... 87.5 years, are recognized to be at as economically as possible. Of
S U O11 I Not in favor of a co-opera- a disadvantage: in competing course, our facilities are inade
i tive .................8.1 with freshman who have come equate but we are doing the be-t
No opinion .............. 4.4 just from high school, we can with what we have, and i
By Alpha Phi Omega Second Question: Would you be "The solution we request is aam definitely counting on a bigger
willing to pay $2 membership fee ruling that a veteran student beBaughman said.
Several times during the pastare of particular concern to thE to join a laundry co-operative on allowed t6 procure reference and
two weeks we have been asked stue nt bod n the basis of 20 per cent -eduction collateral books under the' GIDr P Iul Hanna
why this poll is conducted among T pols sponsored in laundry costs and probable re- Bill of Rights whether or not r au a
by Alpha Phi mega as a serv- fund of initial fee at end of year? non-vets pursuing the same course _M
the student body when no def nite ice to the student body, and is 876 students were pollat end ofol are required to have these ooks."On M isson T
gains can be realized regardless open to criticism at any time. lowing876 students re tabulated to have these books. SS
what the majority of opinion may Also, if you have any sugges- 1 lowg results ablae i t i i as hington, D. C.
be. We fully realize this limita- tions as to suitable questions, We've an idea that if it cost
tion, and hasten to advise that then please leave same at the Favored a co-operative as much to get married as it does Dr. Paul L. Hanna, associaTe
this column neither-attempts nor Florida Union desk. The results au y agreement .... 86.9 to obtain a divorce, there wouldntprofessor of social sciences, has
advocates any radical change in shown in this poll are unbiased agreement ........... 9.6 be as many divorces asthee are.been called by the State Departt
any phase of university adminis- and impartial, and you can read- freemen ............. e as mces as t e ret to see as adviser to the
tration. The primary purpose of ily see that your co-operation No opinion ............... 3.5 residential cabinet committee
this poll is to question a sufficient and assistance is needed to i.'ake Main concern voiced on the mat- Wouldn't it be nice if somebody which is seeking to fashion ani.(
numbers pol is ons each week in it a suess an i neded to ie ter of a co-operative laundry would invent an automobile horninitiate a joint Anglo-American
order to arrive at results which the way Florida men anda wom- whether the quality of service
order to arrive at results which- the way Florida men and worn- agreement was the question of that you could blow all youPolicy for the solution of the Pal-
clearly show the general trend of en are thinking. whether the quality of service wanted to and it wouldn't disturb etine problem.
student opinion on questions that The past week we had two ques- could b e reduced 2 per cent rice anybody but whoever it was you Predet Truman, appointed y
account for the 24 per cent price President Truman, is authorized
reduction. were tootin' for? to negotiate with the British
Question of the Week: What * government and other interested
type of memorial to be con- It begins to loOK like before foreign .state relative to mat-
struct-ed on the campus would long now the reactionaries could ters arising out of the recoom-
be most fitting and appropriate save time and space by just telling mendations of the Anglo-
Y ouvoort to honor the alumni dead of us who all in this country "ain't American Comittee of Inquiry
Vorl dWar vo? u on Palestine and related prob-
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ator Veterans at Green Cove Springs, carried Quia Tyew fiter
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.Ray Koonce, state secretary of the been added to the staff of the Col-
:Florida Baptist Students, waxes lege of Physical Edcation, Health
enthusiastic w hen that subject and Athletics, as organization of
comes up. Stressing that the staff and curricula neared complex
"funds are already on hand," Mlr. .. tion, President John J. Tigert an-
t onA Ps dn in n J T rc t ani Jn
cKoonce goes into details about the bounced recently following Board
ne w house which is to be built, of Control approval.
across from the KA house on Uni- Dean Dennis Stanley said
versity Avenue. the two new appointments
The new headquarters will have tko Geol a Ai point um e tits
The new headquarters will have brings to twelve the number of
chapel, lounge, reading room, rec- I c faculty members named, exclud-
reation hall, kitchen and a host of ing the staff of the Department
minor rooms. The plans, which of Intercollegiate A t h 1 e t i s,
are already known, call for a since the college was organized
Georgian Colonial house. last January. He added that
Until tfhe new house is corn- u there would be several addition-
paeted, the BS1s wiill continue ti'. al appointments to complete
its present activities at the old the fa clty cwompemen t.
location. The activity sheet ull curricula offerings in all
pretty full at that, with bad- departments of the college will get
and other sports available on '. .,-.' fall term September 23.

weekly prayer meeting at the Stu- REV. KOONCE David D. Fuller. assistant
dent House on Wednesday nights, professor of physical education
daily noonday devotionals, and in the Department of Required
fr:quent parties and socials. In Physical Education. He holds
addition, the Unimon carries on va- M urphree Enro fr om ale orst c ence degree
is fromrsetBl M'atheForest Ckeg and
rious activities in co-operation from Wake Fores: t Colle, an
ith e First Baptit CU Of expects to complete work oen a
Sthe First Baptst Churh. U l of i C isc I.A. by August. Served as a
chief specialist in the Navy in
I r. Ioonce considers the Claude L. Murphree, University charge of athletic and physical
organization completed for the organist, and associate professor education. He is a former in-
summer' semester, but stresses of humanities, is one of 36 of the structr in physical education
the.need for more of the 100 country's leading organists en- and assistant football and bas-
new Baptist students on the rolled in a five weeks' master ketball coach at, Monmouth
campus to make use of thet fa- class in organ at the University College, Illinois.
(ilities. of Chicago.
The BSU is composed o all The class is being conducted b Wlliam M. Potter, assistant Mrs. Ramona C. Beard, FSCW organist who takes over for regu-
other young people's organizations Marcel Dupre, celebrated organist professor of physical education, lar University organist Cla.ude Murphree while he studies at the Uni-
of the Church of St. Sulpice, and Department of Required PhysicalChicago. She will present a program of ogan music Sun-
of the church and acts as a body professor at the Conservatoire in Education. He hold a Bachelor of!versity of Chicago. She will present a program of organ music Sun-
to co-ordinate these various or- Paris, France. Mr. Dupre will Arts degree from Pomona College day at 4 p.m. in the F:ridia Union Auditorium.
ganizations. Frank Baggott is give individual -instruction to ;and has completed advance %work
president of the local chapter and class members in addition to his for an M.A. degree. He is a for- .-
the governing body is composed of general lectures. mer physical training instructor ChI Phi Holds
the directors of all other organi- Another Floridian, Robert L. in the Army Air Forces at air SEA DIVE MASKS
nations which include Sunday Hutchinson, Jr., Jacksonville, will bases throughout the country. First FunCion $2 and U
School, De v otiona 1, Training attend the class. Both new faculty members will
Union and others. report for duty on September 1 The Theta Delta 1i.apter of
In addition to ynei rnew house, H Ph fraernit hed the first
the BSU members are looking for- a goyle .r ree Chi Phi fraternity. held the first
ward to the big state convention On a r iv a series of summer social nune-
at Lakeland, November 1, through Annual Picnic tions last Saturday night.
November 3. All campuses in the M movies July 12 M embers, pledgir wives and dates
state will be represented there. The Gargoyle, honorary Archi-- alumni with their wives and dates
In the meanwhile, Mr. Koonce tEctural Fraternity entertained at The Florida Union is featuring spent an enjoyable evening of in-
issues a cordial invitation to all a picnic at Lake Warburg, Sat- its next free movie on July 12. formal dancing and open house.
Baptist students on the campus urday afternoon. The picnic, The feature picture will be Last Claude Murphree, University Or-
io) come to the student house at given in honor of the new stu- of the Mohicans, starring Ran- ganist, gave the evening its final
any time, and to take part in dents in Architecture. is an an- dolph Scott. A large attendance touch with his own fine brand of:
the other a(ctiivties of the Union. tual event, designed to acquaint has turned out to see the showing piano playing.
the freshman with the upperclass- of the summer movies in the union Plans are now bein formulated
man and instructors. auditorium. The features begin by the social committee to carry
Gargoyle was reinactivated at 7:00 and 9:00. through with a well rounded series
ast semester, after being inac- The union is also offering for of social functions for the summer Other sports items including new
f tive during the war years. Or- your entertainment a series of session, climaxing with a full and used golf balls.
ganized in 1925, the society is suLmmer school lectures. The next week-end of activities for Summer RAY BRANNAN'S
/ o open to Juniors in architecture lecture will be July 2, the subject: Frolics. (acrosnfron Science Hal
S who have an honor point average Economic and Political Aspects of (acrossfrom Science Hall)
of 3.0. The officers are War- Atomic Power by Dean Walter
Siren Hendry, President, Bill Tay- J. Matherly. Make a note of BEER'S TAILORS
lor, Vice-Presilent, and Edwin these two dates: July 12 free
Douglas, Seeretary-Treasurer. movie and July 2 lecture of inter- Made to Measure clothes
0 tThe society expects to resume est.
its policy of sponsoring discus- A rations
sons by well known architects at 421 W. University Ave. R
S school smokers, in the near fu- Navy P otog Rad os Repared
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VOL. 1; NO. 4. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1945 Ecusing Gloom 1 iriad With New (Onsiudo By Jimmy Gottacheck The cloud of gloom surrounding the housing situation for next fall lifted some this week with the beginning of the construction of seventy-six new housing units for mar-. ried veterans. These additions to Flavet Village are being built on South Ninth Street. Plans for the additional 450 units are being submitted to the F.P.H.A. fo rapproval. -If approved, the housing' units will be constructed in the! twenty-three acre plot west of the dIts,, military drill field. Tiese units."rI will not be ready by fall as the na.G I sistant business manager of the tore of their two-itory construetion makes prefabrication imposUversitor mae the hnisi sible. brighter than it has been." The construction of the temporary dormitories for unmarSELDEN XS ALDO WILLI ried men has begun. These six buildings, similar in constructio_ to Flavet illage, will house Ve r upS approximately 460 students %sith four men assigned to each foour men sinedN to eacha room. It is h'ped that these dormitories will be ready for occu-N pation by fall.e Georgia Seagle Hall is being op-, ened for residence under the ausBy Walter Timberlake pices of the Methodist Church.N Housing approximately fifty stuThe regular bi-montniy meeting ddents, it will be operated on the of the VFW wai held Thuridayfe eksatr noncre co-operative plan. n' gtdn ht with Commander Kelly preA few weeks after announced Another boon to the'roo-nless, siding. alumnus had been selected to head th the proposed trailer park, wili Telegrams have been sent by Commerce, another ex-Gator was 'ar be started this week. The trailthe VFW to Senator Andrews in ing post on the national scene as Seli er park, being located near the support of his attempt to esville attorney and 1939 College of Law airport, will accommodate stutablish a naval ROTC unit at t dents owning and living in trailthe University and to Senator took ner the gavel of the n. S. Junii ers.__-h.ee -i 1erce at the national conventninMi By replacing single beds with double-deck beds in all the larger rooms, the dormitory capacity will be raised from 1150 to 1550. The increase in dormitory capacity plus the newly constructE" a smeta lia1$ -1 v I AM K. JACKSDTN nt that a Florida e U. S. Chamber of med to an outstandden Waldo, Gainesgraduate, this weet Dr Chamber of Com ilwaukee. Pepper in his stand on votingI cuWk, CLUIL for terminal leave pay for EM. Waldo follows William K. JackLetters were sent to General son, the senior chamber head into ct apsi 95 ercie Bradley and Col'n English, superthe national spotlight. He won on cis ca in 1915 He receie intendent of public instruction of a ballot over Grant S. Thorn of his13 A in 1938. and his LLB in Springfield, Utah. 1939. A nationally-prominent deContined an Pae 'wn STie young Floridalawertre or during his college career, he ceived his new post amid all the bei positions in several honorary dAfanfare and 'paraphernalia usfraternities, served as chancellor ual y associated with national of the Honor Court, and was electconventions. Waldo's landslide ed to Florida Blue Key honorary. a 1~ Thp cutnination of his IDci10 election brought about a wild vest dmontation of enthusiasm ae ith selection demontratln of ntb isni of leaer1-ahipof a ei from Florida's orange-clad deleto the "Hail of Fame, designagation, and a gift of a 25-pound tin; the best-rounded qualities h Adqr ehse from o eerhpadsvi. Summer Frolics will be held on Aug. 26 and 27 as originally scheduled and Dean of Summer Session Normanh has suspended classes for Saturday, August 27, it was reealed lne vcsterday by IFC President Fred Congling. All cla-ses scheduled for that Saturday will be made up on Sa "r tay. At'g. 3, Dean Norman said. Ti-etS for L e big week-end -v be c daily from July 16 cn at Florida Union desk an ai-'n tc 'ff on the Frolics duA> i cats will be $3, according to Conkling. Schedule for Fro'cs events ineludes:n Concert on Friday afternoon from 5 to 6, with the public invited; informal (girls don't need to wear evening gowns) dance i on Friday night from 9 o'clock to 1 a. m. in the gym: and n semi-fotmal dance in the gym Saturday night from 8 o'clock to I a. m. Conkling also stated that some 1.500 tickets w 11 be available for the social event, biggest of its kind during the summer. "I don" think we'll have the confusion ir ticket sales that was nmticipatec last summer," said Conkling, : Music will be furnshed by Continued on Page Two JIMMY PALMER W7*isconsm ee ar eee .oll Miss Catherine Mueller, the The new Jaycee 'president is northern state's dairy Queen. married to the former Miss Waldo A Native Tommy Ruth Blackmon of waldo is a native of Gainesville, Gainesxille ard is father of a having been born near the Univertwo-year-old boy. Florida Union Will Be Closed On July 4th, SeclusinYes. fellows and g'rls, it as though the University of Florida caronus will be the scene of near 55r1'.sr A.'ring the July 4 week-end vacation. As for activities r-anned cluring the three-day reef period, no" -o r-, i in the brewing. Billy M a t t h e w s. Florida Union director. extends a cordial invitation to all these remaining on the camnus fcor the use of ali Florida Union facilities. Wire PrtsIt; By Morty Freednan Tha price -control cauldron boiled over in Washington this week and the repercussions were strongly felt on the campus by several thousand students a!ready living on limited means. Actions of several types have been taken by various campus groups, notable among these, that taken by Gator Veterans in sending telegrams to Florida's senators and representatives just before the President vetoed bill passe, iy congress. The telegrams, stating that veterans found it impossible to live on ic money. hey receive under the G. I. ill if price-controls were limited or done away with, demanded replies from the Congressmen on how they voted and' why. At Gator presstiane only two answers had been received, Gafor Veterans Commander Harold Smith reported. Senator Pepper replied favorably and reported that be I had upheld OPA in eve hCongressional battle. 'Pepper's reply was adequate and is substantiated by his voting record in Congress," Soith stated. Rep. Emory Price answered also, stating that he would vote for the bill approved by the joint Senate-House committee (removadded that the attitude of Gator Tets in "demanding" a reply from him was "uncalled for.' In addition to Price, those Representatives voting to override the President's veto were Representatives Rogers and Hendricks. Not voting was Representative Cannon who was recently defeated in the primaries and Sen. Andrews who is retiring after this term. The other men in the Florida delegation supported the President's stand on OPA. Another grown of students who could not be identified with an'; organization, called a rally whioh Onal wo The State Budget Commission yesterday approved the University's proposed budget for next year. and in doing so aptrroved of an over-all salary boost of 15 per cent, an Associated Press story from Tallahassee revealed late yesterday. According to Associated Press, "The Uxiversity Budet showed a grand total of $3.304 905 avaIsble for operations in funds totaling" "O000. the new fiscal yea.r. Budget DirecMore For Fxneriment 7-rLee said that was $1.-I At the same time, the Budget 122341 sbove last year and w Cs commission anproved a $1608,900 The Union yoT be closed all Oa"' accounted for by a $170 0'0 cerrybudget for th a e Agricultural July 4 It w-ll be open from 58: '.01 1rum last "ar's 6680.000 exExperiment Stat'on. It compares p. m. to 12 p. m., 1 to 5 p. m. Fr' ptee' from veteran students ano c I. $J 5A -'able to the dy, and from 8:30 a. m. to 12 other revenue increases. .c"nev ast "ad provides for noon on Saturday. The Budget CommLs'o, -n average sc-! crease of sexStarting Sunday. July 7. fullfired eynerliture of $2321.' per cet fr staff members. time schedule will be resumed at 949 for salaries A792 955 for -x-The commission withheld $154,550 the Unior. noean 1 established reserve ('0oir'i-lpI '(TV Page Tw' AM A ob I go a)or BRiNGS O PA DEAT H CAMPUS Imam p TESt4ftV

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SI M FINS $839 --SADV MASKS AND OTHER SPORTS At RAY LIRANNAN>S I (CCO [nfOn S iWO 1-OW Welcome Students Lot The GA NESVILLE LAUNDRY Do Your Dry Ceanng and Laundr-y fHON E 4S or 49 Or See JLLAVO FUS$ELL Our Stcsdcnt Solicitor m "M ywm,",Vvvv ho howd at the vowumWo Howel > S414' o mor 4d4nt1dy Fvd Tur or charged .13 ) >3"A>All 1n3 lb Iau lobort (% Ivt'y xtI the E \AO iV 4 'oun i iths i responsibilities and (otd S4I34341430 speak on "The Fratrdty SiM Lini d i" r 41oga of activies for tle Summer at tho fintd )l most pathm rmnvoa a3>d it1'l xeW lig o iorma? and4!S f the Coune4st4w1k, U skEidapprovtd of 'a >e 4hin> 1 it lWe t.1>ide, >iii1.0as 1stant .n an i> >Id i lo e oulun ExpruQ0I)e T o nk S ull k t udolit olap!"on p amet tefuw geo d o caim lop >hni, AMjualt; tit%,i speak ion "inVeterans N>o at Bill Lxyd, Committ1e on Wa rMieioriail; l Mn lib"anN~ nuit" -ACmmteo oilCoperative Groveny; Ilarold Smth, e~~~~ san Remy',emghih toli of spoviAl inat etamongCags rdTuma o rti itln and Strol i>'r4 ightmtli-il, 3 1 I -_ m33>411 .3114 m31,4, ,t e f3'>31>-Ar41my thet1r1'41>>3 M1)m m atanA p 4 (eionmit wiuth has been very active Int 1anally Aupplios a good many,0e v lc rtj lilt Houpflng, Aixll oppointmnontsj Pampu afnoults nd in amitton t Ct uoibovri to sovoral 'ofthe fki eWere npppaod qving hootn Appointed to the Sum0tNes on our unotpus and mlanyeg~ g tlltoint i#109 main t lct reloop E!3 e uv Coun am vo lilt t iat a oe o thve n 1 n h o C d A >1 1>>>l ) ti 30s)4il(! will >Lte ntItmldin g de'niis 1 and a 44m114ppoib oir .> i, ptvmb 3Smith Am 113> her of tHn National AwlelatIbi il By W. [ Tter> hi341)Ip>3int will h e3> >4Iorlge: 3 dnn4 c mi1an31 )> tile 41 i D a l and AdviHers to Me Alpha V ill' 6iith, 1:11 MId >0>> n ( nlor Party ill the recent Stlum had nMOfid Wilk A MWrght tablid d: tLarlavito -col Hge ald Sumit, M pomq and 11r 1 poxride 4a of the aImni gro t! n DioporierA( 11> '14)33op> 1141t 0 318(1>h> Fo mi 4ing -'iwir *'>o'. ,all of (It IA ) S t l ha wi0 i speak forthright tly I hatl i i program of ) e oi : i4 4 d 1>3 13 th S Uw mof fiteyi wmom sworn ndo 1a tw rutEniy W l"ham otflnti"A m W e aai .Summer congmtu a oifce N 'ohnJ. 're~sA ton at the tUmwr-rty. ship now vonstdmb of over one 101CUP 1610N 1114,10131A41 Ices>lop1>r 4 1Mon 'mp ir 41110 444> fior I ui rt," h4 in 41 33A > 3n3 1 '>' 1Imem>rei i11undred chapteri 1li d at al1 "IArged thul Iolein wVith the an o(f the Ulivive itys irilitfl= tadiog isologg ant i ill(, th same voting and deb ting ultigentof fieir duti totum program, Dean Prive is in Tait Chapter, licro on the eamp ---m L meo t rm ro up tSol. f pozitito C)riMg to tw Miami m u, wlA Wfooded in 1931 and reDatN rin e o Slm r Nn mnm n heac n ew11MR aips on sallond a fkmst halW 1 505 of gently celonrtod its M oleeth ol a hon av n hq igtl ilM lwiTl ahvtodfor 0 the TUhn rs y 441W, to moot, M oblrnm vivvstim tire 110wvfAQ11-18, veruary, The program o r h gmoop g am t y K of 7 0 p~MLM Me VMkjj t e dio nm s n nonottttl nvru n ow to-Nl, htteFa fIY ral-Io% Te O m uitm o uet -n1_0 tollt-3 r VCent fil,-L y ddt= priblum n" e b nsolved. is founded oil Coup bomw WOd N; : 9_vornyieti n too Panipu of the orn lihe Urivorsity, Preatdot --Sorviro to the studmt bm"y. So -WI-OWmty o ordi john T Tigort 11,14 n oudwith v eto tMe cotmuna, Smrvi toltnot Tinner almo rocoived nfirmw Board of Confrol approval, Me moen EntFrte Worot V", Ho" en onte fol"owing aanono U A -sory IFf-e Etrad Service to te nation no parW bms wiMthe n prnval W!tLK uomzmbQ 14"M ago on" by Dan n l JCHaot two,"" Crs"li I P or fohrn b n oamt, ill o semivtary or Wotrim%, uirold ,if (IN int i for t W "Idpur0g Vo on Wit e n rd N l d remain active throughout tIW irrebtrrg: Sevrotry of LAbor, onr diortzid evolhoontmsoprifet li mmw imsmitin and to ntendfy prato inimr; Speretary of Sow tto F'hwida'n dolognltin --l, 10) rte W lm ,Dn fix" m orvloo programs to til e tinia ffa Ted 7rnnip; tlovrotary w el onn rotontol(i isnRc wforwin":ly u nb I ampm. Thim ham already bpon of PuIN= RrIntioni Wk tDohorty; ol i ctivt price coyltrot h twwl o t -" d nto te p t etablished with the weekby Pil 1 Stcer N, yof VotoeoiiAffalr ;, 1Bon Nm v" ts"re lg wudvobhy V m t hs W1th k OAI -or Gpin in rho Sumnilotr litor, : N1yborr ,Y: mevatnry lit Organiizatw W b WI ra WA ninn h IW drlMoo ece nPr n M o0 -L t nodx~hpoi o and Cox( work the tihaptor p t,_x1--ve wt suG u sproul, nord '" Aly m n penrm"Int trust as_ lnArmfoy h n nivo 'Sullh [_clin Art ora nd Fort, q -1 1 3 ing h a or ChoEx-onow x n molweroproNO-V nprbut"aAnikuo. 4 n1 oril w h C a fill %olndile of aoivitlmfa filte vii Ivoo it il C unil The l I'o llltt -Intem in 1W IrMY s mf miimo khodniws I Mai fo arrd Ato.-p~le ng 00nemonteq MWH he Von= Wwtr, IThi lak W ppointweont, milk, broad, clothing andto hunwram : inn %pth tn u tl on July 8 with for o lWe t yTnn nr o o al ohe ner itesn i ouer "--it-b tn-i n nd hon i to q hedidu l d illtile o im,-je of 8 orotniTrom= iOn, o. 1. lil! hopoles441y i U J MtoolW0 0:J, F ,d i-th jicjje Fth oo t mrr riuik S-g ly, w o quih n ilfre s ratsln valvi. nil jai o tk W-w ako-lo ecndlpyk 4ytwy w l yo qllat, li,(riV~ill foro a a d phinnim i tioll, Nnyo. ju ou Iv -1 =aboa o xih A l % >3>~~~~~~ Millt i>> I >14 I l)li> A ..->o x 43))303)y3)>133 )I 11413t all4[antuiur'It'x 113 3>1> >>413-le14 41)41>~

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-U~ T -Unlong Iourneyi Won By PKT's Off tlIf 24th of Ann fi ri rn ty in at tff iif n I f tr o i mp1 a S rrikffir g rf dp Atr i, fl fair i g I rit a fA on lhe --r e mi fa orfin a on Th m i Irf-lffoesd wfe-TT .,P, ;T~i A.T ta h r AN" I filnd KAIf iraK Te wAnnrt f iffo u mAnei way docdd i onWdnleediynog dry's rtmerrl ot theMf < g ifh f -r/ himd rotoof Toodmp M11,101i Tem s Mntared in N ti i fir th ar h of iJfn wom init ,r or high iloare f l Ir Taff p ATU rf P~ PT ta N lf 5 T5p, A ND U P A -ifrtrM, kN nnd Mlvpl: The ffitiilon t of e n i rhs -i a if--ifop pgon of Monday 0w q v -v r r the In t w eir m fiie i firT --hOn pmm M"Oid 1i0 he lm n ; then w h n b h a-aan fIu f t I afi lolaria I aaai i Inaili M mpo llU riffiiiafa l a ili fl to f1h e r-t nrmi ora theAn' wovmml high M-ormr of AIMOndy lifaraf nodifp ii rrfri t-il= Ong A1 "n ""'j19046 CG ator FootballSchedule !r ! ir th01 10 EOL li aor Schedu ii ar -lri rl f"fa r in -lif f.t wo a ifiirnia aaS,rl0Yr ra t baerrrfrn l tiarfla Hilof their f iu-darll lne an tlAtl la f ala i Former Editor Is MARI s rl onariaby "ailaxumtians ijulp Opp mrnt r Invo Off To Arizona mot 2fiiAIi -'raa-lara fr 1,11" oi'y' r iefulbeerof Vde Nohvre fla B lue K ey a nd a r Ime I Iar N f a ls Ir-) A li -l r tarm ii ar f t North Carolna Ciraiar Hill hin s i lllft yestArday for---Toc-om, AeriaN --to CrausfoNto jhe UxuA r'jTN 4 Anlaronar e --azaraair.o f -i-is; -rr2.Z; N vlia u ist nula I a a irs fa f ia r N rI8Ca tfi ir lmia i1 fp Niglal fitarrari To All My Friends: Win voted foo and eected ma to the E-1= ecutiv Counw i i ill iiDi-fe iTuket If I can ever smr e you ple e do not hIartot fI0 CII I Im' JI'iMii VlimI --r CLB 400 JOE HARRISON and HIS ORCHESTRA ---Friday & Salurd,.y They're Al IRushnq to The 400j ii4\ 6c \y 'It A -;--tiI fi IlI i tIr I 'A I/1 i fari lfr d i p i hi iI I t the ria I hti -(ifl I i ta fI ~ i r r il Ii v a 1111 Nirk, ri Il af iai a0 i .r Ia in I I -Ii Ins i ti Iifro d s out 1 Ir: Ft:Iandv iraowlI'tI anipIM I-I, Inn itit f Iar ttIi i hIr liar-I ( I ifa i t ,,4wvR Iifaire5ar> i 11,Ivaf luf I aa-iac 1ara ,,Ir Time s -i ri laR I a I ')j! iw ''i O i lt IA Ira tarral 1ilr-. iW r 11alta P IM Hil l fatrrarnri lr iar' I tIj Ta r afra ra wire aa-1i a-r a fiia.ili nr r orara il -a I I ff I 911ff V -f f i P -iPt) fi, -L-,o r, 'm GM xr~fl 141 ii S -nutirr al Ti n i air a i-far Cavaliers Plan Wauberg Picnic On July 27th utnj -o r N pi!'; have lw"11 m wat sasen tt m p Way julyh 27 g umyat w pd" aabifnrpfiyrfr tAl i frl ia frrl fur ft-fr a ii i eaai k \in i-rar un o a f i r r ; a fr isa p nit ati ge -1 in 1 II l I I I = 'ei No WO WuTV W 'WK 1We t ar -fhio ian e rai ianEft r f tw 0 -f-a-Ifh ffrranrinii a ronhi nim g in t In i"W fif" Nno w1%Irri ii I ar N an a air rnw O C \ T -I l eN j i t lu a a-a rrrfarf ra arala aari'1a te I n f C d' au I ~i ara J IaaI i raaL 0s-Vv ilra Ia ~flrm N f einn I Il ar rif ar aIa A f faunah VGlu tori a i u-i tlJ Wariil i rmmaar-fr iriaaairiaiai lIrnAr L i-1 fr~l ilaliar"(ri faf-rf t Vrifrt laaaiioaa lilt ralifAfat i1 '0alara lis a n tla Ili i t araa iirta f r rraaalna ar1 l ai~r fir fhar In)ir it 1 ot s I I i t t I,ft flil f"aI a "1r "lin!Irla-Ir. fura-aa 111le", not f. 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Vetean' Wives Bloisom For~t New Nami-Yeferetties By Mitzi Freedman .Veterettes is the monnickec that the Night Group of the Stu-I dent Vetel-ans' Wives will go by from now on. The name, chosen, at a meeting of the group last Wednesday night, was submitted by MTrs. Neil Harrison. The new name was one of 12 suggested by various members following the request of Mrs. Godfrey Miller, president of the group, that members suggest a made plans last Thursday, for a full schedule of events for the rest briefer name for the group. Vetof the month. Inolded in the list erettes was chosen because the of activities are: femininized version of Veteran. A business meeting tonight dues will ito (Wednesday), at which time It was decided at the same plans for future activities and meeting that a small amount of voting on the Constitution and dues will be charged for the By-laws drafted by the Veterpurpose of social meetings at ette Executive Committee will which prizes and refreshments be voted on; Book reviews, emwill be served, however Presibroidery, sewing and crotchetdent Miller stated, "We are not ing on July 10 and a bridge a bridge club; Veterettes is not party on July 17. All meetings connected with any o th e r of Veterettes will be held at women's organization. We exist 7:30 on Wednesday nights. for the purpose of furthering All student Vet wives who have the interest of veterans' Wives." not yet become affiliated with Taking this statement up as its the Veterettes are urged to attheme, the program committee tend tonight's (W e d n e s d a y) under Mss. Ferdinand Chabot meeting Glee Club Be ins Recruiting For Fall Concert Campaign Following a new policy, the University Glee Club is training reEx-Gator Heads cruits for the fall campaign Pa e About fifteeitmenare practicing Capital _at _iy xey A -ay -c-enoo fa'thfully every Mlonday afternoon at 5 o'clock on the stage of the University auditorium, where the cool breezes from the direction of Ocala offer a refreshing environment. Professor John W'. DeBruyn, who is in charge of the training, states that the new inen men are good material and will serve as acceptable replacements for members who have had to leave for Army and Navy camps. Director DeBruyn further states that since most of the singers must start from scratch in the way of development any and all students interested to try for the Glee Club are welcome to try out. The.apparently increased emphasis on studying has made it imperative to adopt the new policy now being followed. It is planned to take not over one trip each month during the next school year, and old members will not be required to relearn any bit of the repertoire carried over. During November new songs will be added, and these songs mil be of a rhythmic character, although the older classics will by no means be discarded. Dire'torsDeBruyn hopes to make at least (one long trip out of the State, perhaps to Tulane or North Caroli'ua, when the football team plays at those universities In addition there is a venture under way to connect Glee Club activities with the Alumni Association, especially meetings of the association. exampled by reorganization of aluissni grotips dormant during the oar. Some new mebers will be taken into the "Ambassadors of Good Will" when school opens again in September, but those now rehearsing vill be given tiip preference. Because he is writing a new hook, ''Moderii Bol ('aunto," Professor le lruin luas had to (-itail the requests of several students for private lessons. llowever, on Tuesdays at 5 o'clock there is held regularly, for a small fee, a group training class that stresses basically the technique and development of singing'. .:ny student not in the Glee Club is entitled to join this class on application. But no credit is given. LEATHER GOODS! Wallets, Western Style Belts Camera Cases Hand-Made TO ORDER see GENE BEACH, 59 Flavet A Florida graduate, Philip L. Graham, was named publisher of the Washington Post recently. Graham received his BA degree here in 1936 and while here was a member of Florida Blue Key, a debater, associate editor of the Seminole and was a member of the SAE social fraterinty. Graham, previous to being named to his present job, was associate editor of the Post. After graduation here, Graham studied law at Harvard University and secured his LLB there in 1939. He was also editor of the Harvard Law Review while in law school. FOR THE WI PARASOLS, CURTAINS, HOUSE FOR THE HEAD RAINCOATS, LEISURE FOR HIS BE HANDBAGS, Jones Clothii 667 WEST UNI Today & Thursday BIGGER! BETTE .---------NEW AND RETIRING OFFICERS of the University of Florida Alumni Association are shown as L. K. Edwards, Irvine. Florida, upper left, took over the reins of the group at an executive sessima at Rainbow Springs. i Edwards, member of the class of 1937, is a prominent cattleman and rancher. Clifford Beasley, Gainesville (upper right), retires as president of the Association after having served at the helm for a year and a half during which he guided the reorganization of the state group. Others shown are Leo Foster, Tallahassee lower right), secretary-treasurer, anct Selden F. Waldo, Gainesville, retiring secretary-tgsurer. SUTMMER GATOR menthal andn Dorothy Grouix. FEATURE The director is Professor Roy E. The "aricoa players on the 11th Tew, who, is the head of the speech and 12th of July will present a department Jack Mills will be ,three-act comedy entitled "To the the assistant' director. The stage Ladies," by George S. Kaufman managerin,the production will be! and Marc Connelly. The cast Dick Jones.' will consist of the following: Let's all attend "To ehe Ladies"; Yvonne Cody, Chester Bosworth, and support the F',ri ia players. William Kessen. Lily M. Fraser, Leldon Martin, James P. Dee, Bernard Ward, William Charles, Don CONTINUOUS F Heald, John Sullivan, V. P. Ficcio, Saul Fruchtman, Edward BluWEEKLY PROGRAM HOLE FAMILY OLD LINENS, COSTUME JEWELRY MAT. 40c OF THE HOUSE COATS, UNDERWEAR BETTER HALFERUNSR SKIRTS, HATS OMANC "DOWNEXICO WA ng CompanyontfpiyLi Ie VERSITY AVENUE hOUR BIG JULY 4th ATTRACTION R! THAN EVER! fi i A ParamountPcure The fightin est tan story ever tol! THURSDAY THRC A -'e Stiff Takes Off; No Gator All Wil"-lt So Feature No. 2 YOUTH ON TRIAL Also serial, Mystery River Boat SUNDAY & MONDAY STORK CLUB With Betty Hutton The Crime Doctor's Courage with WARNER BAXTER Ell -V REW ROM 1 00 P.M. Um -EVE. 44c DAY STUDENTS RATE 30c SATURDAY TOUGH SATURDAY WILDE in P ~' with ANITA LOUISE SUNDAY AND MONDAY Olivia de HAVILLAND LUPINO -COLEMAN and Paul HENRIED E. FRIDAY & SATURDAY SUNDAY -MONDAY Chas. Starrett Rosemary in LaPlance "BLAZING THEi WESTERN "DEVIL'S BAT TRAIL" DAUGHTER" and and Ann Gwynne Shemp Howard in in "I RING "TROUBLE DOORBELLS CHASERS" OPEN DAY 12:45 STUDENTS 35c -5 "-. Due to the fact that our staff will off for home and elsewhere during the holidays and the paper will be left witnout help on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, there wviii not be a Sumr Gator published next Wednesday.The'next issue of the paper will bp on Wednesday, July 17. COMPLETE SHOE SERVICE BILL'S'SH OE SHOP 118 South Garden Street (Around the corner from Lovett's) Students 30s FRIDAY & SATURDAY Gene Autry in COMING AROUND THE MOUNTAIN

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ByLegalEroles The Phi Alpha Delta honorary legal fraternity held a Iormal initiation for eleven new members F riday evening, anne 14. The initiation was directed by Clarence Thacker, Justice of the fraternity. The ne'.vly initiated members ar e: V Thomas Truett Ott, Tallahassee; Harry C. Parham, Tampa; E. Martin McGehee, alm Beach; Iilliam F. Hoffman, Pensacola; Harold B. Crosby., K simmee;, U. 1rang an oaisE, jr., unta Gorda; Bernard J. Langston, Lateland; Rober t .3 Ervin, tauanassee; Ignacious Lester, Key West; James W. Vandergrift, Gainesville, and Samuel D. Phillips, Lake Worth. Upon completion of the ceremonies Justice Thacker gave the Florida Players 'ast rehearses the comedy "To the Ladies,' by new members a short resume of George laufman and Mare Connelley which will be presentd Ihere the fraternity's activites purposes, and ains. July 11 ar-d 12. From left to right are Chester Boswortb, Leldots Following the meeting an inMartin, William Kesson, Yvonne Cody, and Lily M. Frazier. formal banquet as held at---the Varsity Dining room in honor of the initiates, at which time Mr. Bob Kime, a recent graduate of the Florida Law School and member of Phi Alpha Delta, spoke on his experiences .as a new lawyer with advice to those goin into the legal profession. Mr. Lance Lazonby and Mr. Joe Jenkins, local attorneys and Florida alumni, conducted a discussion on the integration of the By Sidney Ferrell Florida bar and the merits of the The 1946 Homecoming is going to be the biggest inttitution of the apprentice system into the. legal profession.blowout of its kind in this state in many a year! Pledges to be initiated at a That's the Cssence of reports received from Florida future date are: 'Blue Key, sponsors of the -traditional "Grads and Dads" Coriseal B. M1yers, Jr, Lakeland and Donald Buck, St. Augaffair. Homecoming, which will be held on October 18 ustine. atnd 19 and will be highlighted by the Florida-Miami game, Florida Paye "To The lad On Thursday and Friday, 11 and 12, the Florida Players present their first summer o ing, George Kaufman and I Connelley's comedy "To Ladies." This comedy was a big hit Broadway and bids to be e funnier when presented li Bothr stand directors h been working hard and full hearsals are going on ev night at the P. K. Yonge at torium. The stars of the show are C ter Bosworth and Yvonne C and the director is Professor' The rest of the cast are also cellent and the result should fine play. Curtain time will be Ei All The Fun of an exciti Plus THE BEST F( Served A You Like TI North 9th St -.W a .fA N is back to its old status after having of necessity been curtailed Exchange of M passages tn tor V e iT ram neTo F nesidat:,,:if hoiW fy Scaxi ns: ;tz 4Ky: on $no a1"" %i' Iw to i orevs! n' etc t'-nand ird.naianu we:, a a your xiole Oa it'iisi5. C'ampsus of '.'of 1 Rep. Uric's Answ,r to Telegram Gator Campus of University if GainsviLe, loida tGenlemen. Thank yi-u n imof : 2--. "en:anc'i s, mediate a,vr as to how 1 \mted'on te OPA. I would sail to flin a ion o! r oup that m mnb:ers (O!n--s' s is made many provi~s nw your w=Karv as veterans ; d I Ann mnour attitude is to say th least tittcalled for. You G not have to demand that I wake an exlanano my v ec oi an nicasure as I will cleily eifrm yonu fanyni th I may tie in Coigress. As far as the OPA is concto-d lie C("I frees will report to the imuse today on an acrecmeit th 1! have reached and if wiMlbe up to the tiembers of th itHo-efor that agreciiLit or against any extension of the OPA cver,. I an voen for the conferees report because I believe th would be unwise to remiv O PA restrictions at this t",V, .am in favor of the amentneits that have been made beiu' hslieve that Uf is necessary to com Mel the OPA to use a litti'n men senate :n the administration of pice control. VetY truly yours, Emory Price Menbei-of C dator Vets' Reply To Rep. Price GATOR VETERANS UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE June 300>, i Mr. Emory lr'ce, M. C. House of Representatives Washington, D. C. Dear Sir: This iill acknowledge receipt of your letter in reply tone-u rs i uresendring the xar years. granionvJune 24th. .-agThe advance word that is Your letter to us is very' much appreciate i in that we ai .1 ies Ju Ey 11,12 coming in to Nixon Butt, Gento read much front the content therein and are able to dedu a' eral Chairman of the Florida imply match more from xhat is not inscribed there. Vie atcii July thirty. So write down the Blue Key Homecoming Commitpreciative of the fact that you~rare one politician who is not ef"im" will dates, July 11 and 12 in your fee, is ttat alumni, parents of to make his position known to his constitutents even though h o fferlittle black book and be sure students enrolled, and friends aware that this attitude will be hostile to the wishes (f th-r ;, Marc to be there in your best bib and The tucker, and with your best girl of the University, will attend: stitutents. This we appreciate. or wife if -you are lucky enough and all of the social events, comBut the fact remains that even though the learned Rer"1'esntl at'i t on to have one, biting with the football game of is moved by no other motive nor impulse than his own coneo"en' yen Coie prepared though to roll in all Florida ganses, will insure a ions sincere desire for vhat. he truly believes to 'be the bes .-a ore. the aisles as the PlE's funny very successful program. the nude fact remains that he must rememl er that he is t iave enough to tickle everyone' untmyb rebone. We'll be seeing you are the It may be well to state, Butt presentative of the people of Florida and not Emory Price. 1-i4 ery funniest comedy of the year. pointed out, that due to the antia public servant and his duty as such a servant is to cariy te wi' udi_-----cipated unprecedented attendance of the majority of his constitutents. hesSchool teachers in Georgia are the hundreds of parents, alumni, such an action as overriding the veto of our Presidett itt Cody to get a 50 per cent raise in p and friends of the University, an sincere effort to save our country from ruinous inflation is a, Tew. It begins to look like it won't be overflow crowd is expected in example of the fact that Emory Price is not representing the wii exGainesville, and greater success be a long before the teachers are gete and g re e ue of the people. We challenge you, Emory Price, to pro-ve t ting almost as much pay as the v a e that you were motivated by -a sincere nish to do the most ioiojanitors. tourselves to the entertainment ol the people of Florida in your vote for overriding President Tritnisn people more intimately concernveto. stand e t.homecomings of We are cognizant that you, and others, have done much toli t -* prove the conditions of veterans generally and for this we th"' you. We find it difficult however to find ourself grateful f41 To The Editor comment in your letter to us, and we quote,".your attititti-is7 ng game say the least uncalled for." To be told by a public servant fit' Merty Freedman our efforts and deniands to acquire equitable legisation in ord-' Editor-it-Chiefgt maintain a decent standard of living are "uncalled for" is too im The Florida Alligator I am writing a book intended To get down to practical politics, Mr. Price, perhaps, m pssnDODS to help men, from teen-agers to 'not, our attitude "is to say the least uncalled for" but see esi great -grandfathers, with theirerain from reminding you that a large perceQntage of thit -I1,7 -snms ea rtsbw i es, mt her e is veterans at this U university are regist bred voters in yt tfr list ti, eters, mother-in-law, daughters, due to their having resistered in Alachua County in order ti, teit hem etc advantage of the absentee ballot. You may rest assured tlti It will be enlivened with incid-E neither your acts nor your attitude will be forgotten in ttmeT,, ents from real life, showing the right and the wrong methods, To 'come. get suggestions as to what to inVery truly yours, clude in the book, and to get these Gator Veterans University i-f Flo-itt real life incidents, I am offering Hat-old S. Smith, Cominnande' ten dollars for the most helpful letter from bay or girl, man or oftebook when published tort the *C miles-out nu ntan; also an autographed cop'.s cny nioi ui ne reet-21miles out ten rpunnsersrp. jh e 0,i-u.d Of'Un'io n S umme r re t 2 All letter's become my pr-petty, but the writer's nanie vill not be, publishedin the book, andallin-Dances Set For Thursday clients will be changed slightly to By Harry Beasley the Union plans to have da ces avoid causing anyone embarrassThursday night -was the night, every Thursday night during Fid Chik nient. Any word length. Just write Florida Union Annex was the the summer session. Fred C enout your thc-ughts in your OWt'.n place, and the first of the sum-, Refreshments were served in the way. I would appreciate having' mer dances was the function. All Bryan Lounge during inter'imissi-5it. F a little background of the writer 1 this made up a swell tinie for the Mrs. Allen, Florida Union hostess rog egs of th.e letter crowd of students and dates that, is always ot' duty to introduce yuI Please tm.'.ark your letter to show attended. Lindsey Holland and to the cute little lassies from hreihewryou r f s s' his orchestra was really hot; they in Gainesville. Sthe person who is instrumental in played the sweet anel jumpy. Just remember whetb'teut getting me the most answers witl splyyeatyeseswee reeie iv olar adaYcoy af mass, guys and gals, it daily classes atid assig n. IItn: FrnTcerimp ie fivesdollars-and a p of;,was really fun triptingthose get you tn cone over to tlit' whose name is given on the first rug-ctting steps at the Florida tIFlorida Usion and relax.l Mar Prize winner's letter as being the Union. There was an unusual iyour (ate books : Flonda Devilled Crabs source of information. turnout of Gainesville girls just Union Dances, 8 o'clock every Contest closes July 28, 1q46 iiting to dance with yos FlorThursday nhght. If you are mut postmark. Extra prize for earliida sen. Not a wall flower is of the lucky ones that have ness. Send all letters to: the crowd. Boys, if yousmissed local steady bring her out to DINNERS 5 p.m.-1 a.m. Mrs. Florence Gunn this dae you rely missed a enjoy the fun. Also all you vles 6810 Broadway Terrace svell time, but don't feel too and wives are invited along ssilh Oakland 11, California., blue if you missed this one, as the suinmer school co-eds.

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We And The OPA University officials estimate that there e will be a student body of 5,000 by September-as things stand at the moment, we have strong doubts concerning that figure. It might very well have become a reality, a student body of 5,000, if Congress had not brought about the death of OPA this week. But-those students who were eaking out their existence on a meager 65 or $90 per month as the case may be, know that with increased prices, spiralling prices, rampaging uncontrolled prices, the average veteran will find that a college education even with this slight government assistance, is now out of his reach, In many cases, married veterans will find that rents have been increased to such a degree that two-thirds of their $90 will be needed for the monthly rent. In the case of the single student, almost all of his $65 will be eaten up by increased prices in food. So we rather doubt that there will be a student body of 5,000 at the University of Florida in September if present conditions continue, and we doubt too, that all of the 3100 students enrolled in the Summer Session will be able to continue with the added financial burden they must bear. It is a sad travesty on our governmtental processes that this same lawmaking body, this same Congress, which had such mighty plans for an aroused and educated nation, this same Congress whose members were so axious to be recorded as voting for the G. I. Bill of Rights, now make null and void these gains they so nobly proposed for those who gave "devoted service to their nation." Editorials are supposed to be constructive, and because they are supposed to be we are presented with a dilemna. The obvious thing to propose is that our senators and congressmen be notified of out anger at the present situation, but that has already been done by Gator Veterans and other interested individuals. There is one thing that we believe can be done locally. Much has been mentioned in the last few days of "buyer's strikes," and while it is impossible to strike against landlords when there is an acute housing shortage, it is possible to refuse to buy high priced items of clothi'g, household furnishings and sundries. It is even possible, if the local merchants let their prices soar, to immediately establish a cooperative buying union among the students, which would buy food from smaller towns in the surrounding area. What must be done if we are to protect ourselves in any measure is to set-ye notice on the Gainesville City Council that we are ready to take organized action should the necessity arise, and it now seems quite clear that the necessity has arisen, with reports that butter in some local establishments is selling at well over $1 per pound and that rent noticehas been given by some University Ave. landlords which will raise the rent on a $10 per week apartment to $17.50 per week. We can haul out our suntans, O.D.'s, blues, grays and marine greens and wearthem rather than paying exhobitant prices for clothes. We can let our wives wear last month's dress or hat, we can do without that new radio or electrical appliance if we are anXious to see out' local standard of living stay within our level. There are many merchants who are [orced to raise their prices because of increased prices by the wholesalers they deal with, and there are many who raise their prices just to cash in on an abnrial condition. It is true that the merchant who is forced to raise his prices will suffer from a buyer's strike, but nevertheless he must be an unfortunate victim, for eventually, he will decrease his buying from the wholesaler, thus making the buyer's strike effective against the source of the increased prices. But whatever we do must be cohesive, the action must be unified, the action must be publicized and the action must be effective. We cannot falter if once we embark upon this policy of passive resistance to inflation; we must remain adamant. AN5 YC 1 UU-1 GETTING I-EP 'ITO MN(N 'ET AW 01 Editor .Mrty Freedman Business Manager. Ted Nelson EDITORIAL BOARD Les Gleichen has, Managin Eito; J hnny Walker, Associate Edito r; jhnq Jenkins, Eective Editor; Stan Tatelma, News Editor; Dd ley Hunt, Features Editor; Lacy Ma ho lt ramurals Edito; Miti Feedman, Society Ed itor Danny Kohl, Echange Editor; Dan Goodun, Frteri ty E ditr; Oscar Rappaort, Art Ed.; Sa m 1MuLrrel1, Criculation Manager. STAFF ASSISTANTS E. D. Holcomb,L. shoff, Bob Jekin, Berie Kirchenbauma, Bill Edwards, Sam Goldenberg, Harry Bealey, Low Wallace, Ronnie Levy, Sid Ferrell, Robin Fertutson, A. J. Deskins Hettie Camp, J. D. Leonrd, im Gallacheck, Bernar.d Ward, W alter Timberlake, Harold Smith, Al Fx, Elgin White, Lou Miefl. Letter To Editor Mr. Morty Freedman, Editor Summer Gator Florida Union-U. of F. Dear Sir, Regarding the Guest Editorial in last Week's Gates-,J wish to furnish the following information. For brevity's sake the article will not be refereli to in detail. While the USSR is engulfing Europe, We advocate an inevitable Communist regime for Spain. Spain-smaller than Texas-who is a "threat to World Peace"! Russia, Poland, Mexico and France would fasten on Spain the same regime that Franco ousted in .1937. The records show that under Stalin's Rosenberg, the Civil War was precipitated, and that very group murdered, tortured or raped 11,061 priests and nuns and 500,000 civilians, destroyed 90/ of the churches, and stole $0,000,000. Is this the blessing We wish for Spain-we who fought for the Four Freedoms ? -An American, recently reutrned to New York, disclosed that 75% of the citizenry of Spain supported Franco prior to the UNO intervention in, its internal affairs. Now, he continues, 95% back their present form of govenment. Why is this? ecause Spain has recovered her equilibrium. Notable improvements have been made in economic life: minimum wages, old age pesons, family allowances, workmen's housing, and preventative medicine. Transportation has been restored, stores stocked, food supplies are not as scarce as other places. Joseph Rowe, vicepresident of New York's Irving Trust Company, who was recently sent to Spain, declared on his rtur-n that financial ventures there would be sound. This is based on his observations of what hie calls a good political and economic situation. lie is not an idealist but a practical busi nessman. We speak of who sided with whom in their Civil War-consider the military history of Italy and of Great Britain, A final consideration is aotn Aerica-some 70,000,000 people who respect and admire their Mother Country. Do we want Russian ideologies blared from a USSR "care-taker" government in Spain ? Why should we turn our back to thlecancerous growth of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and shake an admonishing finger at the healing wounds of Spain? Sincerely yours, KENNETH F. SCHNKL. patanoi/ By Johuny Walker The failure of Congress to act to provide some sort of price control before the lapse of OPA, illuminates with remarkable clarity the deficiencies and confusion inherent in the American legislative system and governmental structure. The American structrue of government, as constituted with its separation of powers and checks. and balaces, it seems is designed not to act but to do nothing. It results not in coap-rehensive legislative action, but in the ineffectual butting of senatorial heads against the collective craniums of he 'House of Representatives ...the collision of executive, legislative, and judicial branches ...out of which melee, indecision and confusion arise. The whole structure seems to be a more preventative device than machinery for dynamic action. The separation of powers idea came to us from the seventeenth century English philosopher, John Locke, and the plan for checks and balances between these branches are an itnerpretation of Locke's idea by the French Philosopher, Montisquieu. English government, since the day of rocke has evolved into something quite different from the plan that Locke thought it would. For today, the English have a system where the real power -executive and legislative-lies fused in one body, the House of Commonls. The party it the majority in Commons forms the cabinetthe executive power-fron party parliamentary leaders-and these leaders are responsible to Parliament. The cabinet then plans the legislative and executive 'policy and possessing a majority in the House of Commons can then pass their measures and put them into action. Ifa government bill fails aid the party in power in the House of Commons loses its majority, then the government comes down and the eneanbers of Parliament must face an election. In this way, the people have a real say in the action of the House of Commons ...by either rejecting the government or by accepting it and returning it to 'power. In this way, the vote is taken upon clearly defined issues ...and an election of a certain party to a majority in the House of Commons is an endorsement of its platform ...with the means provided to carry out the people's will. If we are going to have representative government, I say let's make it real ..by streamlining our Congress to one house and by fusing our executive and legislative branches into one empowered to act ...by cutting away the confusion of three branches of government. .each one with the power to throw a monkey wrench into an administration'sp-lans ...in short, wreck an adivinistration which has been endorsed by the people ...and prevent any legislative action except a compromise. Without .4 Song I By Oscar Rappaport Communist, Fascist, Socialist, was pointing in the right direcImperialist and similar alien tion usages have been popular -Mr. Pepper has visited Russia words of denunciation in our iand Europe and in his speech heparliamentary bodies and press. fore Congress asked that Russia Our Statesmen whose aims are te treated as fairly as England not as divergent as may outor the other allies. wardly seem are shoving each That "-everybody get outit of other to more extreme beliefs everybody else's country," was and straner stands. his desire; for Russia to evaWhen one favor unionism, cuate the Balkans and those price control, excess profits tax territories not designated for and increased social security he occupation by the allies, for became a Pink, a Socialist or a England to get out of Greece, Communist. On the other hand Italy, the Dutch East Indies when a senator asked for governand Independent countries of mental subsidy to industry, or the Middle East, and that the curbing union excesses or abuses United States leave Brazil, he was nicely branded an imperChina and Italy. ialist or Fascist seeking to enFurtherance of international slave the working class. Both of understanding so as to assure the these stands are extreme we bepeace we owe our fallen dead and live. create a sane pody equal among Recenray senator Pepper. has nations lest we succumb to "Op taken a fierce shellacking, in erations Crossroads" is Senator the Republican press in partiPepper's plea. This, we assert is cular, from numerous groups no shirking of duty to his state or who objected to (1) his alliance country. to the Administration's policies favoring OPA, a liberal policy toward unions, emphasis on a T stronger inter-national cooper-Tet ub T rac ation and interdependence, (2) his so-called "messing" with inBoast N vy Bells ternational politics anid "globehopping" and not sufficiently Ding dong, ding dong-on the paying attention to his home hour every hour. state's needs, and (3) his conSo sings tie Chemistry Buildtrary attitude towards Britain ing bell donated to the Univerand his positive attitude to sity by the United States govRussia has brought the maleernment. '1se nel some itdictions of "Angelphobe," and teen years ago was a part of Communist, "Red", "Pink," etc., the battleship U. S. S. Florida. on Iis head. In 1931 the battleship was disI look to the eight or ten years mantled for destruction at tie past. I remember when Mr. Philadelphia Navy Yard. Pepper was a "Warmonger" beror some time oilang rne cause he advocated preparedness. war and immediately following When he became a 'Limey Lover" V-J Day te bell was out of because hefavored lend-lease to commission although it rebesieged Britain. How Pepper sounded strongly on the (lay key-noted party action time and victory was declared over Jaagain while the abuse fell on his pan, and at the special request head, of President John J. TPigert, has Later it was all revealed -as Since been repaired. administration policy and re.The bell itself is 35 inches ceived popular approval. Pepper in diameter, 26 inches in height favored draft, broad expendiand weights one-half ton. ture for defense and aid for the fascist-ridden countries. We recall how he was then "shellacked" by tre isolationist' .Apparently, the beauty show Hearst, McCormck, Patterson, judges are liking them a little on papers, the Wheelers, Nyes and the skinny side this season. A the others whose ignorance and news item tells about a contest special interests amounted in gal named Skeleton, this writer's opinion, to nationa e a al sabotage. The Wheelers and the Nyes have One woman was telling another fallen to ill-repute and time has woman about having an acute shown Senator Pepper was sitting appendicitis. But did you ever on the right side of the fence and see an appendix that was cute?

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~2q7~ 1947 "F" Book Staff Named ',fpe aaiyI u. By MacLeish Appointments to the taff of the 1947 "F" Book, which wixx e BY LES GLEICHENHAUS ing through suggestions on ready for distribution by Set By Robin Ferguson Happy Fourth of July-? -stance and tips to belp you lowber, were announced late this week Plans to Btyile tie present capacity of the University you want to start the Fourth off er your score, and winding i ok Editor Bob Ms Cafeteria and to make it more attractive ate uniercolwithout a bang see Dorothy Aixth advice on how to avoid beby F Eon Lamour in "Masquerade n Mexng struck by lightning! If ze Leish and Business Saager a ico." It features Lamour sahot checque has come it can be Wurrell. elSiness manager of the University. rongless, sexless and plotless' It procured locally -173 photo.Mac eish's apitmetsall As yet complete plans for the cafete ia have not hoax also (lies tonight at the Florida. loaded pages--2 bucks. a sh a >nm sa A yecmpt lnsfrheaeeia aentbe als destoigt t;th Foria ladd ~aes2 ucs.Associate Editorships, are fully developed, but it can be i-Robin Hood, that is! Flickertans Two Misses ann Une Hit.-As a Morty Freedman, J n 0 veiled that there will be exte?-. may swoon at crooners; their corwelcome relief from the more usukins, Jack Leeth, Ted Nelson, siesadtadtiot therer eet puscles may bubble pleasantly at al Consuelo meets Dilbert inW. G. O'Neil and Elliot Shiensilng. ma svona cooes;tei or wloiereie ro hem r stn, i VLeteeltlsnerans N ea buisdnd diin.o h rsn the debonair gent of the drawing dances that comes ,ut of Follyfeld. V t "The cafeteria is inadequate f room comedy; their marrows may .wood something new has been inThose appointed by Murrel tohe ets eU e thrill over the cowboy on his white troduced-a plot! "Devotion" is Mho ses fae y ure" t t i ghman, "and I have horse; but of all the heroes who a new pic concerned with the the business staff are: he sqireBetghoat, nive have invaded the screen in the strange triangle of two sisters Andrew Deskins and Dick re asked the Board of Control to allot past and present, the one who who fall in love with the same Minor, assistant business man-s efficient funds in order to carry sweeps into the imagination of us man. The film features Ida Luagers; Walter Timberlake, auout the proposed plans. Arrangeall, and stays there is that daring -nipo, Paul denied, Olivia d Haditor; Carlos Amunategui, cirDesiring solutions to the many ments have been made with ax swashbuckling, beer-drinking and illand and Sydney Greenstreet. In -1 culation manager; Barney Leon, problem d h veteran engineering concern in Jackson boudoir-break'ng Galahad of the reviewing the performances of so office manager; John Hook, adtrying to get an education on the ville and several other large firncs forest-Robin Hood. capable and starring cast, only sovertising manager, and Dave GI Bill of Rights, Cliff Kelly, to draw up the plans for remodeOf all the swashbucltng choe perlatives can be used. Kaplan, advertising layout. President of the University of img the cafeteria." According to MacLeish, each of Florida's V. F. W. Post has wvritWe haven't decided ,' -. ters which fiction has to-fifer, one As shy, understanding and desIthe six associate member named ten the following plea to General actly ilfat addition., w.viii of the most famous and faseinat perately unhappy Emily, Lupino tby him are responsible for one of Omar N. Bradley, administrator made, and the scareity aft uileing is the modet Robin. ngyer s terrific, Watching her steady sax sections into which the "F" of Veteran's Administration in ing materials mnakesia 'npo knew RH got hitched, but .i1at portrayal of a gal marked for Book has been divided. The pubWashington. ble for e' to say vhn -ork is mere trivia. It seems he has a -tragedy, yours truly was moved to location is now ready to be print "This is not a complaint. W.e be started to enlarge t e son. realize that Lupino is unquestionted, Editor MacLeish added. have been courteously received lera. Hewtver,. we an dewy This pie is bound to-pleasei-nost ably damngood! So if you want to by bolh 11e Uiversity officiall we can to fornuial, riiieverybody, as it is photoed in see an unforgettable movie see --als and the local officials of the plans and to speed action on th. rVeterans Administration. Both matter." technicolor and featuring Cornel "Devotion," start g Sunday at tion that were very vital and have been generous with their Baughman stated that the two Wilde. "The Bandit of Sherwood, the Florida. extremely close to the hearts and time and research in our bemain objectives, are to make thfe Forest" will camp in the Florida Life Can Be Beautiful Departpocketbooks of all students.Opin ,a rralr"b cafeteria an attractive, clean, a t Theater starting tomorrow. ment -The weatherman says ions weer obtained from over oneO p efficient establishment, and at tne The Book of the Weak. Don't that the weather will be mostly fourth of the student body, and reOur problem is that under bash your caddy over the head sunny on our lost week-end ..sults were enthusiastically in faexisting law and/or administra-s m eu s sweperating cosls with your mashie-it's bound to "Bernard Clare." James T. Farro'r of institutog both money-sayive interpretation veteran stuas much as possible. make a bad impression on his rel's new novel, was banned in g features on the campus dents can procure under the I The terror of he remole mind. So goes Sam Snead's Canada, wh-ch means it'w i ure s Bill of Rights only those books cafeteria %iill have slainles bookaentitledn"How towPlay-sr' vell First Question: Would you be materials, and supplies as arc re' steel fixtures, colored wall panGolf You, too, can tear up the y worth looking into! ...Have willing to patronize a student-opquired by the .University for els, and attractive tables and green! erated-managed consumer co other students. This is uns atischairs. It is hoped that thes' Sngeen came in on a Left Wing and a operative" established on the factory for the following cogent new features will provide a Snead, one of the comurry's prayer? ...This advertisecampus if such a store offered all reasons: more pleasant atmosphere, an/i leading professionals, y pao'vecr, s mentappeared in the "Alligathe advantages of the co-operative "1. Most students, veterans also increase the students' enthe subject in practically par, tor" November 12, 1933: "Room system and met with administraand non-veterans, find it dejoyment of their meals. beginning with counsel on such & Board $5.25 per 'eek apply tion approval? From 823 st-dents sirable to own, and do own, "In the meanwhile every step is rudimentary matters as the se1237 W. Union Street." (Take questioned, the following results many reference and collateral .being taken to improve conditions election of equipment, progress-me away. I'll go quietly!) were obtained: books that are not required. in the prese-it cafeteria. One o Pet. 2. Freshman-ve.erans, having the major concerns is to serve st!of a co-operativ beeneFreshman-vterans, having d In favor o ooeaie be out of school for several nt"hlsoe petzn e i grocery.,. 8-7.5 years, are recognized to be at as economically as possible. Of Not in favor of a co-operaa disadvantage: in competing course, our facilities are inade P lte .-.-.8.1 with freshman who have come quate, but we are doing the best 77No option .....--. 4.4 just from high school. we can with what we have, and -j. By Alpha Phi Omega Second Question: Wduld you be "The solution we request is aam definitely counting on a bigger r t s n p rh ngtopay $2 membership fee ruling that a veteran student beBaughman said. Several times during the past, are of partiuroncern to thE to join a laundry co-operative on allowed to procure reference and-----two weeks -we )-ve been asked sT.eop bo. -o the basis of 20 per cent -eduction collateral books under the' GIID .Paul Hanna Thyisn pion pols sponsor in laundry costs and probable reBill of Rights whether or not why this poll is conducted among by Alpha Phi (;mega as a servfund of initial fee onedo er invt prun h aecus the student body when no definite ice to the student body, and is 876 students were at end of year? non-vets piursuting the same otrseOn M issio gains can be realized regardless open to criticism at any time. lowing results tabulated: n -iSii. D what the majority of opinion may Also, if you have any suggesPet. We'vesrasuideaothattif:i-Cbe. We fully realize this limitations as to suitable questions, Favored a co-operaien idea that if it cost a un, tion, and hasten to advise that then please leave same at the as much to get married as it does this column neitherattempts nor Florida Union desk. The results laundry agreement .86.9 s mtin tivorcethere wouldn't fssdoes r P Honna soic advocates any radical change in shown in this poll are unbiased Not iu favor of such an 'bai nadivorce there d p rfbeen called by the State Deparany phase of universIty adniand impartial, and you can read.9.6 rent to serve as adviser to t tration. The primary purpose of ily see that yoir co-operation No opinion .3.5 * presidential cabinet committee trtio. p T etiniar purosufice ilydase thatyoursoeedetio nk Main concern voiced on the matWouldn't it be nice if somebody which is seeking to fashion ani this poll is to question a sufficient and assistance is needed to iviake ter of a co-operative laundry would invent an automobile horninitiate a joint Anglo-Americanumber of persons each week in it a success and indicativeof agreement was the question of that you could blow all youpolicy for the solution of the Pajorder to arrive at resells whichthe way Florida men anid womwhether the quality of service otn rben clearly show the general trend of en are thinking. would be reduced 20 per cent to wanted to and it wouldn't disturb Teine problem, student opinion on questions that The past week we had two quesanybody but whoever it was you e omittee, appointed account for the 24 per cent price President Truman, is authorizedd reduction. were tootin' for? to negotiate with the British Question of the Week: What:*1* government and other interested! type of memorial to be conIt begins to loo like before foreign state relative to matbe most fitting and appropriate save time and space by just telling mendations of the AngiY o ror t S o rt to honor the alumni dead of -us who all in this country "ain't Anmerican Committee of Inquir Worl dWar '-wo? ., ou Palestine and related pro KNOW IT WELL AND ENJOY IT MORE We Recommend TH E BARNES SPORTS LIBRARY Let champions and famous coaches show you how to improve your skill in your favorite sport and enjoy it more. Only $1.25 Each-Profusely Illustrated 1.-ARCHERY 2. BAIT CASTING 3. BASEBALL 4. BASKETBALL A BETTER BADMINTON A. BOWLING FOR ALL 7. BOXING &. CHEERLEADING 10. FOOTBALL 11. FUNDAMENTALHANDBALL 12. GOLF 13. HOW TO TIE FLIES 14. JIU .1TSU 15. RIDING 16, RIFLI MARKSMAN. 17. SOFTBALL 18. SWIMMING 19. TENNIS 20., TENNIS MADE EASY 21. TOUCH FOOTBALL 22. TRACK AND FIELD 23. VOLLEY BALL 24. WRESTLING ALSO G dLF BILLS IN STOCK AT RAY BRANNAN'S (Across FromScience Hall) communists., "Everything in Sports" WE SPECIALIZE IN Racket Restringing (By-John Barry, Vet Student) LIMITED NUMBER. SHARKSKIN PANTS ..$6.001 lems. Dr. Hanna, who served on the research staff of the AngloAmerican committee in Palestine and Europe, will workwith the new cabinet committee in Wasdington and London for the neNt three moths Yes, We've A Dean Of Gals Mrs. Gladys Laird. member of the faculty of the P. K. Yonge Laboratory School and who has acted as dean of women for the past several years, will again hoe6 that position this summer. Inasmuch as dormitories are filled with men students and married couples, Mrs. Laird wilj have her office in Room 116, P. K. Yonge School, Phone Nc. 61-R2. We believe that since a large member of the women students will have their classes; in P. K. Yonge School, this will be much more convenient. You are urged to contact Mis. Laird on any matters pertaining to student life of women in her ofice. In connection with her orfice, there will be provided res room and lounge facilities. THE POLAR BAN Ice Cre m-Serbert-Frozen molt -Open Daily 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.912 W. University Avenue

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New Baptist Student House New College Get To Be Built Near Campus I 8 rd fI 0 3Z5 IN NG SOMEONE. RUST CRAFT cauA so c-a a / 5.m/ IO af"H ELLO"/" 3 Chesnut Office Equipment Co. 206 W. universityy Ave. PHONE 106S Long To Address Gator Veterans (a iir Veterans sll meet Mtionday July8, at 7:30) inlthe Fioriia Union to discuss OPA acion byt ie committee and It.port oil Surplus Property as xerloing to vettirans. A short tilk Iiil be given lb '.1 r'* Nilliai Lonig, newly aplpouinted-luag."; "f flit'eCafeIoia, Fda Fountain and Bookstore, vixnierning its policy towards vet erans. iog will ansor any and all questions pertaining to the above name. camm-r.'sablishimen ts. The "St. Johns Inlander," base COMPLETE TYPEWRITER paper of the U. S. Naval Station SERVICE at Green Cove Springs. carried n ew over a full nage of photograph and counents, June 2S. on the Exchange University by a seagoing journal569 WEST MAIN STREET N. ist ho stopped on the campus PHONE 1026 for a.-day aisd a night. HNE12 The inlander's correspondent E i' Ilas consmissioned to interpret veteran activities to Navy personnel at the springs, and arDECCA RECORDS *cooxplislsed his assignment byvan accurate going user o stiient THE LATEST HITS! politics, student government, 0 0 0 etrans'societies, fraternity life SQUIRES RADIO0CO. ,Lthletics, housing, marriage anA Q IE A I O the family (no relaton t th 209 West University course of the same name, pobeations,.scnolarsnip, ant coeducational facilities. A spread of seven pitcures portrayed the Florida veteran on the ca Lpus, on University Avenue, in tfedorms. at dinner, play' ing goLf. studying with his wife, in bed in tile frat house and a bit of the ladies' side of college existence. TERRY GIFT & BOOK SHOP 334 West University Avenue PHONE 1447 (Across from Florida Theatre) Plants for a new Student House ar' the biggest news at the BapLoist Student Union at the moment. Two new staff members have vay Koonce, state secretary of the been added to the staff of the CulFlorida Baptist Students, wvaxes lege of Physial Education Health enthusiastic uhen that subject and Athletics, as organization o comes up. Stressing that the staff and curricula neared comple"funds are already on hand M. tion, President John J. Tigert anKoonce goes into details about the nounced recently following Board nxev house which is to be built of Control appioval across from the KA house on UniDean Denns K. Stanley said varsity Avenue. the two new a i p o i n t m e nts The new headquarters xxwill have brings to twelve the number o chapel, lounge, reading room, recfal embersnamed, excudieation hall, kitchen and a host of ing the staff of the Department minor rooms. The plans, which of Intercollegiate A t is e t I Cs, Already known, call for a since the college Nas organized G 1 gan Colonial house. last January. He added that nti the nesw house is cornthere would be several addition-pleted, the BSU will continue al appointments to complete its present activities at the old the faculty complement. location. The activity sheet is ful curic l ofern a pretty full at that, witb haddepartments of the college wil get inton, ping-pong, volleyball, under way xith the opening of the and other sports available on 4 fall term September 23. ihle back lawn. Tetoapproved are: Other activities include theThx a o c xc ekly prayer meeting at the StuREV. KOONCE David D. Fuller, assistant nt House on Wednsdynightprofessor of physical education at Housona Wdesdnis, and '~_ -~ in the Denartment of Required lxunoonday devotinals, and Physical Education. He holds addition, the s n carries on vaM urphree Enrol s a Bachelor of Science degree ,-tiotus he oin c-operatin from Wlake Forest College, and wiih ctei ties s cu-perton U ofCexpects to complete work on an th the First Baptist Chiiieh U.of .Course M.A. by August. Served as a o 'snton .chief specialist i the Navy in fr. Koonee considers the Claude L. Murphree, University charge of athletic and physical organization completed for the organist, and associate professor education. lie is a former inxummnur semexier, but stresses of humanities, is one of 36 of the structr in physical education t .e.necd for more of the 100 countrys leading orgaists enand assistant football and hase Baptist students on the rolled in a five weeks master ketball coach at, lonmouth ampus to make use of the faclass in organ at the University College; Illinois. cities of Chicago. The BSU is composed of all The class is being conducted by Wlli M. Potter, assistant Mrs. Ramona C. Beard, FSCW other young people's organizations Marcel Dupre, celebrated organist professor of physical education, lar University oraist ClaudQ Mur of the Church of St. Sulpicoandw. Department of Required Physical of the church and acts as a body professor at the Conservatoire Education. He hold a Bachelor of versity of Chicago. She wi present to co-ordinate these various orParis, France. Mr. Dupre will Arts degree from Pomona College day at 4 p.m. in the F ria UnionJ organizations. Frank Baggott is give individual -instruction to and has completed advance work president of the local chapter and class members in addition to his for an M.A. degree. He is a for-, the governing body is composed of general lectures. mer physical training instructorlCh PhiHoldS the directors of all other organiAnother Floridian, Robert L. in the Army Air Foices at aim nations which include Sunday Hutchinson, Jr., Jacksonville, will bases throughout the country. First Function School, D e vot ion a 1, Training attend the class. Both nefaculty members xill Union and others. --report for duty on September La ix addition to iir ieu house. Gi E The Theta Delta c-apter of the BSU members are looking forGar oyle nJUoy Chi Phi fraternity held th first ,ward to the big state convention A lnPiniHas Fi a series of summer social funcat Lakeland, November 1, through Annual Picnic tions last Saturday night. November 3. All campuses in the M oves uaembers, pledges, and loca state will be represented there. The Gargoyle, honorary ArchiJulumniwith their wives and dates In the meanwhile, Mr. Koonce tectural Fraternity entertained at The* Florida Union is featuring spent an enjoyable evening of inssues a cordial invitation to all a picnic at Lake Warburg, Satits next free movie on July 12. formal dancing and open house. Bapmist students on tile campus urday afternoon. The picnic., The feature picture 'Will be'Last Claude Murphree. University Orin coie to the student house at given in honor of the new stuof the Mohicans, starring Ranganist. gave the evening its final any time, and to take Part in dents in Architecture, is an andolph Scott. A large attendance touch with his own fine brand of tie oilier activities of fhe U .nual event, designed to acquaint has turned out to see the shovio piano playing. the freshman with the upperclassof the summer movies in the unog Plans are now being formulated man and instructors. auditorium. The features begin bv the social committee to carry Gargoyle was reinactivated at 7:00 and 9:00. throu-h with a avell rounded series ast seniester, after being inacThe union is also offering for of social functions for the summerI tive during the war years. Oryour etertainment a series o session, climaxing with a full ganized in 1925, the society is summer school lectures. The next week-end of actvities for Summerl open to Juniors in architecture lecture Fil be July 2, the subject Frolics. wof h.ae ofhinrsntae WrgeEconomic and Political Aspects of of 8.0. The officers are WarAtomic Power by Dean Walter Yen Hendry, President, Bill Tayj. Matherly. Make a note of BEER'S TA!LORS lor, Vice-President, and Edwin these two dates: July 12 free Douglas, Secretary-Treasurer. movie and July 2 lecture of interMade to Measure clothes SThe society expects to resume est. SilL its policy of sponsoring discus____Alterations sisOs bywell known architects at 421 W. University Ave. school smokers, in the near fu 'Navy Photog ,tore. 14 "Shoots" Campus ^AECQC ILM 11 U A 1 a -~vn a n ENJOYABLE FOURT H Complete Soda Fountain and Sandw.,ch Service THE SNACK SHOP C. A. McMillan, Owner Radios Repaired House and Auto 2 -4 Days PHONE 2303 Pic:k Up and Delvery College Radio 935 W. University Ave. CACS FORREN BY DAY WEEK, OR MONTH FLETCHER AUTO RENTALS 1212 West University Phone 2317 I I org-anist who takes over for regurphree w-hile he studies at the Uiina program of or gan music SunAuditorium. SEA DIVE MASKS $2.2'5 and Up Other sports items including new and used golf bulls. RAY BRANNAN'S laerossafron Science Hall -u, I j