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Student Owned And

Student Controlled

Dedicated to Student Interest


Vol. 2 No. 7


Gay


Welcome To Summer Frolics

Advice, Calendar

Pages l and 2


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAiNESVILLE,- FLORIDA


Spirit


Prevai s


For


Four Million Dollar Girl Dorm Project Approved


President Tigert To Make

His Home In Florida After

Taking Long Vacation Trip

Retiring University Head Plans
To Complete Several Books

By Bill Henry
In a series of interviews, Dr. John J. Tigert, who will
retire as President of the University of Florida on Septem-
ber 1, has announced his plans to remain in Florida and
complete several books.: However, until January 1, 1947,
lie and Mrs. Tigert plan a long-due vacation, which may
include a trip to Europe.
Dr. Tigert is in the process of purchasing a home in
Gainesville. He has had several attractive offers from
business as well as educational fields, and an especially
attractive one from South Florida. lie would not corn-


ment on the offer. "I haven't
made up my mind on any of
them," he added, "but I expect to
start a sifting process soon."
In a recent speech, he expressed
gratitude to the students, faculty
and the people of the state for
the co-operation given him while
president o fhte University. He
said that the University has the
respect of educational institutions
and authorities throughout the
United States. "I regard it as the
greatest heritage of my life my
association with the thousands of
young men at the University of
Florida., who ar now speaking for
themselves, as men, all over the
state."
He said that there is not an-
other institution anywhere "that
so dominates and influences the
state as 'does the University of
Florida.." However, he "doubted"
whether Florida could operate two
state universities at the same
time. He was referring to the re-
cent legislative action whereby
the Florida State College for
Women became Florida State Un-
iversity.
To Write Books
He mentioned that any new po-
sition he may assume must allow
him time to write the books he has
contemplated. He hopes to publish
a book containing some 15 or 20 of
the more than 500 addresses he
has delivered.
However, he is most enthusiastic
about writing a, biography of his
grandfather. Harlan N. McTycrie,
who in addition to founding Van-
derbilt University in Tennessee.
was a great journalist and South-
ern religious leader. Dr. Tigert
has already started writing on this
biography.
In September, he will become
president emeritus of the Univer-
sity. In his typical humorous man-
ner, he remarked, "Some people
no doubt think that is an honor I
should have had a long time ago."
Actually, the people of the state
may well be grateful for his 19
years of devoted service.
Senior Invitations
AU seniors graduating at the
end of the second session of sum-
.mer school may obtain their
graduation invitations in the
Florida' Tnion lobby, Friday, Au-
gust 8, from 3 to 5 p.m.


Pi Lambda Phi


Wins Scholarship


Trophy Again
Chi Phi Places Second
With 2-496
Average'

Pi Lambda. Phi has done it
again. For the twelfth time in
the past 13 years they have won
the Inter-Fraternity Conference
Scholarship Trophy, according to
information compiled by Dean
Beaty's office.
Once again the Pilarns have
beat out Chi Phi for top honors.
this time with an average.of 2.546,
which is slightly below their av-
erage of 2.556 for the 1945-46
term. Chi Phi captured second-
place honors with an average of
2.426, which was also lower than
their 1945-46 average of 2.555.
These scores are the combined av-
erages of members and pledges
for two semesters.
The members of Pi Lambda Phi:.
with a. score of 2 641, nosed out
the members of Chi Phi who had
a 2.496 average. The same holds
true for the Pilam pledges; they
beat Chi Phi pledges with a. score
of 2.254 to the latter's 2.212.
Highest honors among the
pledge groups on the campus went
to Tau Epsilon Phi, whose score
was 2,342. The Pilam pledges
took second place; Chi Phi, third.
Tau Epsilon Phi also captured
third place with an average of
2.351 for members and pledges.
The 1946-47 All Fraternity
members average of 2.251 was
higher than All Student Body av-
erage of 2.111, which 'in turn was
greater than the All Fraternity
Members and Pledges average of
2.100. The All Fraternity Pledges
averages were 1.849.


Do's And Dont's
For First Timers
Because of tiho large number of girls attending a frolics for
the first time, a special faculty committee was appointed to assist
the new girls in learning what to do and expect. (All girls who
have previously attended one of these (eek-ends will know what
to expect!!) The committee offered this list of "do's" and don'tt"
for the "first-timers."
DO'S-
1. lavve ; good timie.
2. Be. conservative in spc1idinjg your date's noiiney--l-he
isn't Howard IIughes.
3. Visit all the frat houses; all who act dccentl.y are
welcome as guests.
4. Attend classes with your date if he asks you--you
never can tell when a prof will change his mind
about a grade if a good-looking girl is perched iup
on the front row.
5. Thank your date for something-before you leave-
that's about all that he will have left when the week-
end is over.
6. Be thoughtful of your date's suggestions-he is try-
ing his darnedest to show you a good time.
DON'TS---
1. Say "No" to the shly boy who asks you for a dance.
2. Two-time your date-some boys riemeber things
like that longer than they remember how sweet you
are (if you are).
*. Miss any meals-it takes stamina to keep up the
pace.
4. Drink more than you can hold-the bill will be heavy
enough without your extra weight (if you must drink
at all).
5. Lose anything? ?
G. Let this influence you one way of the other.


Florida's Popular Organist Plays On


Leak's Ford May Die But

MUrphrrees MusIC Lives On
Florida's Organist Has Presented
Ovr o 00no rcnrtr.r In 21 Years


Coed Housing Started

By Dr. Tigert Moves

Nearer To Reality

By John Sch'aut
SA $4,000,000 self-liquidat-
ing. Joan to finance the con-
struction of girls' dormito-
ries on the University of
Florida campus was given
prr'limiii iarI consent from the
Stat e. Improvement Commission
Wednesday
Movement to secure women's
dormitories for the University of
Florida in order to house women
who attend the University under
the'newly instituted coeducation-
al program, was instigated by Dr.
John J. Tigert, retiring president
of-the University. As one of his
last official projects, Dr. Tigert
has worked persistently towards
getting a girls' dormitory con-
struction program started before
his retirement next month.
,To liquidate the loan, Director
C. H. Overman of the improve-
ment commission said that the
hew dormitories could draw on


S.....A. .I .* general rent receipts from older
By Sandy Geer housing units at the University
Years may cole and go, the ivy on the auditoriuml campus. Hre reported that the
State Board of Control had not
walls may g-row to the roof, Dr. Lcak's T model "Town completed necessary financial
and. Country" may give up the ghost, but Claude Mur- studies and cost estimates for the
phlree's Su'nday afternoon organ recitals will go on for- proposed dormitories.
ever. If you are a lover of clas- From the last information re-
slcal music you nave probably en- Continued op Page TWO
s IF joyed some of these concerts pre-
Rented every other Sunday after-
'Conia i O pe noon at o'clock. lsses
SClaude Murphree is recognized o0W CLI as
as one of the nation's top per-
"priersq He has studied i, -..iii -
a r Da sii,. Run .'I :,.. and- E'rr,. ..
and is a fellow of the. American in f
gAlld of Organists, a high honor Ii g l l
among organists. Mr, Murphree
V 8 August 2 th has played the University organ ficials
for 21 years and has presented ,y
Sore than 500 concerts on the -i y
By Gerald Clarke campus. Large and crowded classes at
Rehearsals are proceeding on In addition to Mr. Murphree's the University of Florida are a
the Florida Players' second sum- virtuosity, the organ itself is part- thing of the past, officials an-
mer production, George Bernard ly responsible for the impressive- nounced here today as details far
Shaw's "Candida," which opens a ness of the programs. Considered individualizing study for all stu-
four-day run in P. K. Yonge Audi- one of the finest in the South, the dents were completed.
toriumn at 8:15, August 27. Prof. Anderson Memorial organ was Explaining that construction of
Lowell Matson announced the cast presented' to the University in temporary classroom and labora-
this week, which features Florabel 1925 by r. Andr'ew Anderson of tory facilities and the addition of
Wolf in the title role. SL. Augusti. i nst.ruiment's qualified instructor on the tecah-
Mrs. Wolf is well remembered 4100 pipes and 72 stops provide a ing faculty would make it possible
by the many who saw the out- wide range of effects anything to limit course sections to 35 to 40
standing performance of "The from a, mighty roar that shakes students each, officials said that
Hasty Heart" which was given the windows and swings the chan- the 200. to 300 class sections of
here this spring. In this play she deliers, to a whisper barely audi- last year in some courses were
gave an exceptional performance. ble in the back of the audito- now a thing of the past.
As male leads Mrs. Wolf has Pat rium. Limited Class Sections
O'Neal as the young poet, March- Although you might think or- Details for limiting class sec-
banks, and Sewell Brown as her gans require but little care, actu- tions in all courses have been com-
husband, the Socialist clergyman, ally the Anderson Memorial or- pleted and will be put into effect
Rev. Morel. Mr. O'Neal has had gan is tuned and repaired three with ttlie opening of the fall term
considerable stage experience and times a year by a staff of experts in September. Applications for
is remembered by many for his imported from Miami. entering the University in Sep-
Thurber's "Male Animal." Sewell Very few artists have been able member will be received through
Brown is well known in the to manage smoothly the $50,000 Aug. 15 with expanded facilities
Gainesville area for his work on organ's four manuals. Outstand- a qualified Florida students
the WRUF staff. ing organists who have played Limiting of enrollment in class
Louise Livengood will play the te sMarcel sections applies in all courses both
spinster secretary, P'rossy, and Dupre and Andr Marchal,, both in the upper and lower divisions,
Robert Johnson will play Lexy. world famous French artists, and officials said, and will ease mater-
Burgess, Ca.ndida's o Cockney fa- Virgil Fox ard Et Power Biggs, ially the overcrowded sections in
t.her, will be Robert Sta.rrat. well-knowv American players who freshman courses where as many
Rival ideologies are presented in have ma(d" -lmany r'cor'dings of or- as 300 students formerly met for'
"rCaid, hlut I haw still represents gan music. a clasa.


the very moving, and yet at the
same time amusing, human story
of human beings in their struggle
for happiness.
Business managers for the play
will be Leonard Mosby and John
Bonner. Publicity is in charge of
Dick Crago. Lights will be by
Doug Welles and Pete House will
he the production assistant. The


THINK WE HAVE TROUBLES?

Southern Methodist U. Had

Eight Editors In One Year


Friday, August 8, 1947


Summer


Frolics


Ma WithHrn Elgart Concert At Five


Friday Afternoon; Two

Evening Dances Scheduled

Girls From All Points Stream Into
Town For Big Week-End


Frolics Maestro


Students May


Join Gainesviile


UISNR Unit
Reserve Officers
Asked To
Apply
Openings in the new USNR
unit of Gainesvillo for former
Navy officers who are now Uni-
versity students were announced
this week by Lt. John H. Hinter-
mister.
Hintermister, a Florida. alumni,
assisted by Lt. Arthur Funk, as-
sociate professor of social sciences
here, and Lt, W..L. Cooper, local
real (- Lt-i mi i. i.i there will
be severa]':.p-nlg i. i 'lieuten-
ants (Jg) and ensigns and re-
quested. t I l 1ll reserve officers
in the GIlr- '..-i.l. area. write to
him at the following address:
Commanding Officer, U. S. Na-
val Reserve, Organized Surface
Division 7-9,, P. O. Box 608,
Gainesville, Fla.
These letters, Hintermister said,
should be in by tomorrow.
Officers, particularly desired are
those with classifications CDE,
CD, general service line-officers
with suffix T or R, X and N, Scr,
lVCR. HCR. Suffix L permissible
in all cases. Aviation officers will
be accepted only with suffix D or
DL. Officers ir other classifica-
tions will also k'e considered. All
officers must be under 36 years
of age. I
As soon as officers are named,
enlisted men will be invited to
submit formal application.

Executive Council

Bishop Named

SImn er Gator

auiness Manager
In thi executive council meeting
Monday nighi, Walter L. Bishop,
assistant business manager for the
Summer Gator, was appointed
business manager to succeed Sam
Murrell, who resigned from the
second semester of summer school.
President Joe Johnston received
a letter from the Board of Student
Publications recommending the
appointment of Bishop, subject to
the approval of the Executive
Council. Bishop's appointment was


stage manager will be Leldon Mar- By Elgin White passed unanimously.
tin. Sev Johnston read a letter to the
ti. Several Utilmes during the year, members of the staff of council whic-h he had received
the Sllnummer Cator wonder if the set-up under which we from the Cotillion club, Univer-
r ree To Pay operate is a good or bad one. Well, what if we had to pu sity of Alabama, suggesting that
'p class dances be, sponsored by an
1up with what goes ot a Southern Methodist U.? So faUr affiliation of Southern Universi-
Pano N Oran this semester yar, 1946-19417, the SMU Campus, school ties. No action is contemplated
'Pia o, I o Organ, paper of 'Southern Methodist Uni- along this line this summer.
,.- Sundayha Recihaad to of
tI huJ......... vol-sity, has had a. total of eight Bradfield and The subject of eligibility for Ex-
In unday' s Ye gads, we had to put up with almost immediately the publishing ecutive Council keys was brought
to the attention of the council,
with the same guy all year! board disqualified him because he and LamarWinegart mae a mo -
In response to many requests, Here's how it happened: The was not a senior, Ray Bostick took tion that members had to serve
Claude Murphree, University or- first fall guy was a chap by the over. both summer terms of the Execu-
ganist, will turn to the piano for name of Fuller, who was elected Students looked for "smooth tive Council in order to be eligible
his recital Sunday afternoon, editor in the Spring of '46 to take sailing" when in the spring elec- for keys. There was a roll call vote
Mr. Murphree has selected a over in the fall. Fuller resigned tions Paul Tannehill was named on this motion and it was defeated.
program that should prove very in October and some guy by the editor and Jack Patton associate Councilman Stanley Poole then
popular and includes the follow- name of Hilliard Crews became editor, to serve as editor the fol- made the motion that if a council
ing favorites: acting editor in October 'til a spe- lowing year, but they were mis- member serves one term on the
Prelude in C Sharp Minor, Rach- /cial election was held in Novem- taken, summer council, he or she will be
maninoff. ber. At this time Ray Carpenter After the first issue of the new eligible for the key. The motion
Moonlight Sonata, Beethoven. took over. tabloid was put out this summer, was passed on a roll call vote.
Two preludes; two waltzes; This guy Carpenter's resignation Tannehill had a heart attack. Councilman Max Stone made a
Nocturne in E Flat; Polonaise in was highlighted by threat of li- Since Paton was not in school dur- motion that the president of the
bel from the University Drug re- ing the summer term. the staff student body appoint a committee
A Flat, Liszt. sulting from a campaign against took ,over until the board recom- to confer with the director of res-
Minuet, Paderewski. high prices on the drag." mended a, chap by the nanie of idence concerning tihe attitude
Clair dc Lune; Cake Walk, Dc- Well, it seems Carpenter couldn't Wyll, who was approved and ap- about the payment of rent for this
bussy. pass the tests, and was disquali- pointed acting editor by the stu- i present semester. Stone suggested
Warsaw Concerto, Addinsell. fied because of grades, whereupon dent council. in his motion that the committee
The recital will be presented in' Juanita Schlitz or Sclitz or some- Well, there you have it, stu- ascertain the reason why such an
the University Auditorium at 4 thing was appointed editor, pend- dents. Eight editors on one paper action taken by the residence au-
p.m. Sunday afternoon. All stu- ing a njeeting of the board, for one school year. We wonder if thorities was not explained to the
dents and friends arc invited to After the student council had a Mr. Gaines ought to start wor- students when they were called for
Atl'nld. temporarily appointed some bird trying about his future? payment of rent.


'By Walter G. Martin
The University of Florida will seethe .with activity to-
day in preparation for its annual Summer Frolics, with
Les, Elgart, "the young man with the horn," and his or-
chestra furnishing the music for the occasion.
Highlights of the week-end are two dances to be held
i- the gym on Friday and Saturday nights, and a concert
to be held between the hours of five.and six on Friday
evening. The Friday night dance will begin at eight and
last until twelve. This dance is informal for both men
and women. The Saturday dance will begin at nine and
lasc until 1 a.m. This dance is
formal for the girls, with the men
iVes Dat t being requested to wear coats and
B Give BD ? ties. Tux is optional.
VPP Gv et B 'First Coed Dance
This Summer Frolics is the first
I il rolics held at the newly establish-.
Sned "coed" University of Florida.
Osl FalB hliuvusing fhe Interfraternlty Conference,
sponsor of the week-epd, has
good entertainment that will prove
Sthe wek-end to be worthwhile to
S those who participate.
Les Elgart, his brother Larry,
Off-Campus Rooms Eilly Finegan, his arranger, and
USt M. i Unvl Terry Parker, his vocalist, have
Must Meet Univ, i-ensed the recent trend to smooth'
,Approval ballads and have a program of this
type In line for their Florida de-
but. Finegan, who just recently re-
By Alvin Burt turned from his work as arranger
Co-eds will not, be ifor the moving picture "The Fab-
Co-ds will not be considered forulous Dorseys," is known for his
admission to the University this interpretations of "The Volga
fall unless they have "off-campus Boatman,"' "Little Brown Jug,"
room reservations that have been "Moonlight Sonata," and many
Other pieces of music as they
approved by the University, Carl ps ofmuicas they
approved by the University, Carl were played by the late Glenn Mil-
Opp, asst. director of housing, an- ler. '
nounced 'today. Les himself has held the first
Except in the cases where -the trumpet chair in Harry James' and
rirls are plarunirng to live with their Charlie Spivak's famous bands.
family ,i rriU'.-s, their housin- While in the Navy, Les, by Artie
.'v;litde must be approved by the thaw's special request, played in
f-iniversity. The housing Lnsp tt i, the falonus Navy band, the Ran-
Mr. Nobles, Inspects all r.:sidnt gers.


assignments brought In.by co-eds.
Rooms are inspected for sanitary
conditions, facilities and general
acceptability.
If a girl has her room approved
by the inspector, she must then
submit a certificate, signed by the
landlady and by the girl herself,
to the Unfversity. This certifi-
cate is then cleared through Dean
Beaty's office, and her certificate
of admission is issued.'
The housing office has taken
some applications, aid, by close
contact with the regifstar, is try-
ing to supply all 'girl -applying for
admission with rooms. Co-eds at-
tending summer school are being
given top priority on the rooms
that are available.
The rent rates for the rooms are
expected to be high and some of
the roors will probably be locat-
ed on the other side of town from
the campus. The University is es-
pecially anxious .to 'find places
that can take care of ten or twelve
girls under one roof instead of
having them scattered about town
in twos and threes as they are
now.


Girli Flowing In
The first influx of girls and
visitors are expected in Gaines-
ville starting early today. Every
available room off campus has
been sought for the housing of the *'
guests.
The large crowd of frolicking
campus cu!ies and their dates
have caused several rules to be
passed by the IFC. Corsages have
been ruled out for both dances.
Students and dates are also urged
to please observe the "No Smok-
ing" rules concerning the gymnnas-
ium.
Handling Frolics for the IFC is
Bob McCorkle, SPE, chairman; Al
Carlton, SAE, vice chairman, and
Burnie Shields, PKA, and Bill
Gundlack of Lambda Chi Alpha
acting as assistants.
Exams By Application
Students in the University
College are reminde:l tha. Aug.
9, Saturday noon, is the last day
for making application to take a
comprehensive examination to
be given at the end of the second
Summer Term.


Frolics Social Calendar
Why Not Do The Sams
This is the story o one frolir-er (pronounced frau-liquor) and
his date, and how they will be entertained on this largest of Sum-
mer Frolics here at the University of Florida. Your program may
not he exactly like this, but, remember, it can happen to you. Just
have a good time like this guy-'n'-gal and If you are at a loss as
to what to do, well, why not do the same.
Friday, August 8
12:00 Noon ARRIVAL-
The girls arrive for a good time-and lunch!
3:00 P.M. WHAT TO DO-
"Heck, let's go get a brew."
5:00 P.M. CONCERT-
"I've never heard of him; let's go get anoth-
er brew."
6:00 P.M. COKTAILS-
"Sure is better than brew."
8:00 P.M. DANCE AT GYM.
Saturday, August 9
1:00A.M. YOU KNOW!!
7:00 A.M. CLASSES-
Marriage and the. family, Chemistry Aud.
8:30 A.M. BREAKFAST-
"Tomato juice, please."
1:00 P.M. PICNIC-
"Gawd, water."
3:00 P.M. SHIPWRECK DANCE-
"How do you feel ? Shipwrecked?
6:00 P.M. DINNER-
"Gawd, iced tea."
9:00 P.M. FORMAL DANCE (for girls)-
Sunday, August 10
12:30 A.M BREAKFAST-
2:00 A.M. ENTERTAINMENT-
"This is better than brew."
10:00 A.M. BRUNCH-
"I'll take Bromo-Seltzer."
11:30 A.M. GOOD-BYE-
"I had a swell time," is about all I've got left.
12:00 Noon BACK TO ROUTINE-
"One brew, please."


or









Social Clubs Plan


Gaiety For All

Is Order Of Day,

Say Fraternities
By Walter G. Martin
A good time is the "order of
the day" with everything from
a picnic at Camp Wauberg to a
just plain "get together" on
schedule by the numerous frater-
nities and dance organizations at
the University.
Band leader .Joe Harrlson and his
orchestra are scheduled to play
for the Cavaliers' Dance Society
Saturday night at the American
Legion Hall. Upholding the Caval-
iers end-of-the deal is Dow G.
Walden, Dance Chairman, and
Arch. Thomas, Jr. President. The
organization is expected to turn
out in their new jackets that were
recently secured from the Florida
Manuifacftring Company.


TERRY PARKER


Many Sidelights
Summer Frolics-August 8th & 9th
KAPPA SIGMA- Informal Dance, Friday: 12m to 2:30 a.m., House;
Midnight Breakfast, Saturday: 12m to 2:30 a.m., House.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA- Informal Open House, Friday: 8:00 to 12m,
House: Saturday, 8:00 to 12m, House.
PI KAPPA PHI-- Picnic, Friday and Saturday: 12m to 6:00 pm, Camp
Wauburg.
PI LAMBDA PHT-Banquet: Friday, 7:30 p.m., Primrose Grill; Picnic
Saturday: 2 6 p.m., Glen Springs.
CAVALIERS- Dance, Saturday: 7 to 9 pm, American Legion Home.
SIGMA CHI Dance and Breakfast, Friday: 12m to 2:30 am, House.
ALPHA TAU OMEGA- -Inf. Dance, Saturday, 2 to 6 pm, House; Cof-
fee Lance, Sunday, 12:30 am-2 am, House.
ALPHA GAMMA RTHO Pop Dance, Friday, 8:00 pm-12 pm, House.
SIGMA Plil EPSILON Midnight Breakfast, Friday, 1-1:,5 am, Pig'-
gie Park; Picnic, Saturday, 1-6 pni, Mineral Springs.
PI IKAPPA ALPHA,- Costume Dance, Friday, 8::;0-1:00 am, House;
Midnight Breakfast, Saturday, 11:30-12m, Iouse; Dance and Din-
ner Saturday, 2:30-8:30 pm, Club New Yorker.
SIGMA ALPHA EPS1LON-Circus Dance, Friday, 8:00-12m, House;
Breakfast Saturday, Midnight, House.
SIGMA NU--Patio Dance (open) Friday, 2:00-5:00 pm, House; Ship-
wreck Dance, Saturday, 2:00 pm-5 pm, House.
The remainder of the organizational and fraternal calendars were


The White Friars, another dance Terry Parker not submitted in time to make this issue.
organization recently returned to
pre-war strength is planning to
dance at the Hotel Thomas at hi elta Theta Wins arvarrophy
7:30 Saturday night. Plans for t Ws Hrd p y
this function are in the hand of
Bill Corum.
Atenon functions seem to be As Best Chapter Of National Group
turned "to beat the heat" at the
various swimming places in and Florida Alpha Chapter of Phi Delta Theta was again
around Gainesville. Pi Kappa Phi awarded the coveted Harvard Trophy, which is offered awarded at a ia-er Gate than
is swimming at Wau.erg. Pi other trophies and is based on
Lambda Phia at Glenn Springs, annually by General Headquarters of Phi Delta Theta to other trohies and is based on
and Sigma Chi at Rainbow its most outstanding chapter of the year, it was learned cooperation of the chapters v
Springs.the functions of the General He
Springs. this week. quarters.
Social Organizations, dance so- Competiti've Award Merits That Helped
cities, and fraternities plan to This award is open for the com- tivities. The Harvard Trophy was A few merits that helped F
make it a big week-end. Some petition of all Phi Delt chapters the first award to be offered to ida Alpha gain such national
of the frats are going to^ have in the United States and Canada the active chapters of Phi Delta ognition include: The intrami
private functions on Friday night that are at colleges and universi- Theta and was the gift of the championship on the Florida ca
and attend the big dance on Sat- ties with an enrollment of more Harvard Alumni Club in 1925. pus which retired the Tigert
urday night, while others plan to than 5,000 students. During the Four years later in 1929 the phy; participation in every ca
attend both of the big dances and past five years the Alpha chapter Cleveland Alumni Club presented pus activity, and membership
hold their private functions in has won the Harvard Trophy the trophy which bears its name. individuals in-many campus
the afternoon, three times. In the same year Judge William gahizations. Individual Phi D
The award is granted Lo the R. Bayes from Ohio Wesleyan, added to her list of mr-its by
chapter which scores the most '01, generously gave to the fra- training University hlnorss
W. Bts Parrih io Shoins its participation of cam- Lernity its Founders Trophy. In prominent positions on the F
W. B, Parrish Radio Shop pus activities, including the chap- 1929, General Headquarters add- ida campus.
Coplte Radio Service ter as a whole, and indidual ed the last addition in honor of its ...
ompl te Radio Service members who hold outstanding beloved Arthur Priest, the award
119 E. Main St. N. Ph. 1118 positions in campus affairs, called the Headquarters Trophy. Pu ic Antnt
Gainesville, Florida General Headquarters of Phi Each of the trophies, except
Delta Theta makes this award an- the Headquarters Trophy, are of Aedresses Flor ida
nually after reports from all equal significance, and are award- l '
chapters have coine in. The Har- ed precisely on the same basis,
vard Trophy award is the highest depending on the size of the insti-Beta A|L a
STUDENTS achievement these chapters can tution at which the competing
hope to attain, and the competi- chapters are located. The Har-
tion is very keen. There are 108s ard Trophy is the most popular Profession Looking.
PATRONIZE active chapters of Phi Delta The- since the contenders are located
tas in the United States and Can- at the largest schools in the coun- To Youth For
New ada. Last year's victors were try. New Ideas
Kansas Alpha of Phi Delta Theta The Headquarters Trophy is
C ^ ^ b | o. at the University of Kansas.
GaorCabC Three Trophies Offered Mr. Paul R. Simoak, C. P. A.
Oneof three trophies awarded Sigma Nu Snake d aInstituteoAesident ants
by General ISadquarters, the Har- h member of the American Instit
Special Consideration yard Trophy, is to encourage its farmers Hold of Accounts, addressed mem
To Students chapters td cooperate more close- of Beta Alpha Psi, honorary
ly with their schools, and to be a Patio dance counting fraternity, last Tues
stronger group in ideals and a night at a banquet given at,
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-itife ke unarmers, Sigma u
wives club, entertained members
and their friends last Saturday
evening at a'dance held in the pa-
tio of the chapter house.
The Snake Charmers were or-
ganized May 27 of this year and
at that time elected Mrs. Vernon
Sikes chairman and Mrs. W.. O.
Mims secretary. Meetings are held
on alternate Tuesdays and the next
meeting will be Aug. 12 with Mrs.
Scotty Henderson and Mrs. Robert
Scott as co-hostesses.
The club is organized only as a
social group. They have bridge
parties and other functions each
year for the Sigma"Nu fraternity.
The committee from Epsilon Zeta
chapter which works with the
Snake Charmers consists of: John
Stanford, acting commander;
Palmer Purser; Buddy Purser;
Max Stultz; and Tom Johnson. Th'e
housemother, Mrs. Beggs, also as-
sists in entertaining.
The following members partici-
pate in the club's activities: Mrs.
Robert Abel, Mrs. Harold Colee,
Mrs. T. H. Crawford, Mrs. Myrl
Hanes, Mrs. Scotty Henderson,
Mrs. Leon King, Mrs. Hunter Mc-
Elreth, Mrs. W. O. Mims, Mrs. C.
B. Rambo, Mrs. Robert Scott, Mrs.
Verson Sikes, Mrs. John Sprague,
Mrs. Frank Stenholm, Mrs. M. E.
Stevens, Mrs. Albert Stratton, and
Mrs. Frank Wilson.
The next function will be a party
on Aug. 26 in honor of the almu-
ni wives of Gainesville.

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Blue Cross Direcdors

- Amnounce Increases

Sn Fees And Benefli


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Arlington Hotel.
Mr. Smoak's speech, "Our Pro-
fession," emphasized, the growth
of the accounting profession in
this country. He stated that
there is a trend toward closer re-
lations between accounting stu-
dents and practioners in this
state; and tVat in the future,
more and more accountants would
look to the youth of the state
for new ideas and cooperation.
Whereas, he continued, in the
past, accountancy was merely re-
ferred to as bookkeeping, now
more and more the accountant is
taking his place as a professional
man on the level with doctors,
lawyers, and executives. Mr.
Smoak also stated that the next
generation of C. P. A's will bring
about a greater advancement in
"Our Profession" than has been
made in the past sixty years. The
college men of today will form
the :acakbone of the profession
tomorrow, and that "one does not
graduate from the school of ex-
perience."
Mr. Smoak, was honorarily in-
itiated into the Chapter, and pre-
sented with a recognition key.
Dean Walter J. Matherly attend-
ed the banquet as an honor guest.
Following the banquet the in-
itiation of new members was held.
New members initiated include:
Prof. Harvey T. Deinzer, Monroe,
Mich.; Wallace W. Henderson,
Pensacola; James 0. Harrison
and Henry I. Wood, Jacksonville;
Sidney J. Stamen, Miami Beach;
Harold C. Pope, Panama City;
George E. Tornwall, Jr., Clear-
water; Raymond J. Hooten. Flora-
la, Ala.; Robert H. Qoojeen, Flint,
Mich.; Jack Scott, Carson'City,
Nev.; and Ned H. Scott, Gaines-
ville.

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New Contracts Will
Be Effective
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directors, representing the public
out compensation.
Since its inception it has been
able to absorb several increases
in hospital rates at no additional
cost. However, due to the con-
tinued higher cost of hospital care,
and a recent increase in hospital
charges, its officials advise that
it has now become necessary to
increase the subscribers' fees.
New Contracts
On September 1 the present con-
tracts will be cancelled and re-
placed on that same date wtih an-
other, unless the subscriber in-
structs the office in writing with-
in fifteen days that he does not
intend to continue his member-
ship.
New monthly fees will be $1 for
Single Contract and $2.50 for
F Ii,1l.' Contract.
', .. benefits are:
1. An increase of $1 per day for
bed and board.
2. Solutions and similar sup-
plies.
3. Anesthesia supplies and
equipment when furnished to an
outside M.D. anesthetist adminis-
tering anesthesia.
4. Transfusion set-up not to ex-
ceed $10 in any one admission.
5. Substantial increase in reim-
bursement for hospital care in
non-participating hospitals ap-
proved by American Medical As-
sociation.
6. Removal of waiting period
on tonsilectomies.

FoU r M million,


Continued Froni Page


ONE


ceived from Dr. Tigert, these dor-
mito.es would consist of two 500
unit permanent buildings, threr.
stories high, thereby accommodat-
ing at least 1,000 coed students.
A possible location for this pro-
posed building project would be
on what is commonly known as
the Pinkoson land-a 90 acre tract
of land purchased last January by
the University of Florida as part
of their long range expansion pro-
gram.
This tract extends from the
present west boundary of the Uni-
versity campus at the city limits,
westward to the Golfview subdi-
vision, and faces north on Univer-
sity Avenue.


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Top: Farm Frolicers enjoy an old fashioned square dance in the
gymnasium at the Farm Frolics dance given.last Friday night.' Below:
The "best dressed" couple receive the award for having the bestcos-
tumes at the dance, and are also crowned king' and queen of Farrth
Frolics.


Oav E- ialf Of Total Vets

Take Advantage Of GI Bill


More thn 1,300,00 World War II
veterans are now attending col-
leges and universities under the
GI Bill of Rights. This is part of
th: statistical breakdown on the
14,267.000 veterans of World War
II given by Paul H. Griffith, Na-
tional Commander of the Ameri-
can Legion.
Of the total number of veterans,
over half are taking advantage of
the GI Bill of Rights, in some form
or another, This includes educa-
tional benefits below college lev-
el, on-the-job-training, unemploy-
ment allowances and government
loans.
"The results of the GI Bill dur-
ing its frist three years of opera-
tion speak eloquently for the char-
aeter of the World War II Veter-
an," Commander Griffith said. He


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justment to civilian lives. "It has
provided a high speed, rehabilita-
tion machinery that spared
them the ghastly experiences of
neglect which were the lot of
American veterans. after World
War I," Griffith said.
Government assistance to vet-
erans has also proved a boon for
education enabling untold
thousands of veterans to-complet
their schooling in institutions of
higher learning that they would
otherwise have not been able to
do. Reports from educators show
that the GI student has been nak-
ing better grades on the average
than non-veterans.


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SUMMER GATOR

Flavet Villages Get Playgrounds


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The Lives Of Flavet V illa

Playground Equipmei
Are Furnished Each

By Jack Bryan chil
An extra bit of sunshine, in both. corm


Ag College Plans


Expanded Course


4* For Fall Session

Processing Of Fruit
And Vegetables
To Be Taught
Greatly expanded courses in
Florida fruit and vegetable pro-
cessing are planned in the Univer-
Ssity of Florida College of Agricul-
ture beginning with the 1947 fall
session, according to Dean H. Har-
old Hume.
SauthNe s processing laboratories now
under construction, authorized by
Sie the 1945 Legislature, will make
possible the expansion. A labora-
I tory for research in freezing, de-
hydrating and canning vegetables
fs being i erected on the Experiment
SStation grounds, and facilities for
,. teaching processing of both fruits
and vegetables wil be installed in
e ilie cian addition to it. o
Dean Hume says the first course
in processing will be offered dur
.-- 'ing the academic year 1947-48. Dr.
"": ". :G. J. Stout, one of the country's
Authorities on food processing who 1
n, urs joined the College of Agriculture
Stu t G p faculty recently, will be in charge
of the processing instruction.
The dean also announced that
facilities at the Citrus Experiment
unshi de .n Station in Lake Alfred will be
sSunshine Inmade available to graduate stu-
dents and others interested in se-
,field of.citrus culture and process- 1
ing.I
Dean H-ume declared that when
the proposed new agricultural
nt, Nurseries, building is erected, the College of
Student Group Agriculture will be placed in a po-
sition to serve the needs of the
widely diversified horticulture and
dren, as such items are not agriculture in all parts of the
fort of veterans' wives and state.


the literal and figurative sense, is provided for in government funds.
being brought into the lives of The money was to be divided
Flavet Village children and their among the three villages in pro-
parents these days, thanks to the portion to the number of veter-
interest of the American Legion ans residing in each, with each vil-
and a few hard-working citizens lage government to be allowed to
of the University community. buy its own equipment, subject to
The three Flavet Villages have the approval of the local Legion
been furnished with playgrounds post.
and equipment, nurseries, and hot Post Supervised
water heaters, with funds pro- The C. Howard Rowton post of
vided for the, purpose by the De- the American Legion on the Uni-
partment of Florida, American versity campus was given super-
Legion. Villages I and II are now vision over the allotted funds, and
almost completely equipped and Maj. Garland Powell, director of
efforts are now being concentra- radio station WRUF and promi-
ted on Flavet III, to bring it up to nent Florida Legionnaire, was
a par with the others., named as trustee of the project.
Legioa Originated Pla.n presenting the state department
The plan originated when the of the Legion. On Thursday night,
Florida Department of the Legion July 31, residents of Flavet Vil-
appropriated $3,000 to be used by large II showed their appreciation
the local veterans' housing set- to Maj. Powell and the Legion,
elements to provide playground when they presented the major
and nursery equipment, hot water vith a resolution of gratitude sign-
heaters and other items for the ed by every resident of the village


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at ceremonies in a Flavet II apart-
E ment.
E Maj. Powell announced that
ITLY $2300 of the appropriation has
a3T qin pus osp oi uads uiaaq
Next item on the agenda will be
Ph. 9259 thle installation of two hot watel
heaters in Flavet III.


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Skate At Mineral Springs
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Glee Club Doubled
States DeBruyn;
Will Cut Members
Director John W. DeBruyn of
the Glee Club reports that with-
in the last week the member-
ship of the organization has
practically doubled and that aft-
er the middle of this current
month he will need to cut down
on the number of new applicants
trying out. ii
The reason for this restriction
is the desire to give to old men
who are not in Summer School;
an opportunity to become mem-
bers when the Glee Club opens
fall rehearsals on the seventeenth
of September. About twenty of
these old members took the tests
last Spring, and places are being
reserved for them.
The bass section, Mr. DeBruyn
further reports, is the weak sec-
tion numerically, although some
fine talent has applied for that
part within the last few days.
Rehearsals are held in the Uni-
versity Auditorium at five-three
days a week, and auditions are
scheduled daily from 11 to 11:30.



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Humphry Bogart gives Barbara S Mrs. Carrolls" playing.today at th
tanwyck rough treatment in "Twoe Florida Theater

Traffic Rules Need Change,

Says Chief O. J. Burnham


By John leeci
No matter how you look at it
;he traffic situation here on the
campus needs a lot of changes.
In the opinion of Chief O. J.
Burnham and the two officers, B.
F. O'Quinn and C. H. Jones, who
have the responsibility of the traf-
ic situation on the entire campus
during the day, the following im-
provements are needed:
First, more parking areas. Two
spots recommended are the vacant
spaces back of the post office and
south of the Law Building.
Second, more men, with at least
one man on a scooter bike. At
the present time with only two
men it is almost impossible for
them to cover the campus and
Flavet No. 1 and also have one of
them by the post office during
every class break.
Third, a definite need For reg-
ulation traffic lights at the inter-
section of Newell Drive and Sta-
dium Road! Newell Drive and
Union Drive, and University Ave-
nue and Murphree Way.
Chief Burnham, who has been
here since 1929 and who is also
the military custodian of some
$400,000 worth of government
property ranging from a 10-cent
chevron to a $25,000 gun, has to
take much valuable time from his
office in the auditorium to go out
and get people "squared away" in
the parking area there, just be-
cause some people won't take
time to park correctly.
Mr. Quinn, who used to shoot
quail where Peabody and Benton
Halls now stand, and Mr. Jones
both agree that things would go
a lot smoother if there were a lit-


Funeral Rites Held

For Ralph R. Rives,

University Student
Final rites were held yesterday
afternoon for Ralph R. Rives, Jr.,
Summer Gator cartoonist, who
died in St. Augustine hospital
Monday evening. Rives was the
victim of a man-eating fish while
swimming in the inland waterway
south 'of Ponte Vedra on July 27.
Services were held at 3 p.m.
yesterday at Riverside Baptist
Church, Dr. James A. Stewart,
pastor, officiating. Pallbearers
were Harry Hamilton, Dick Pet-
ers, George Steele, George Le
Blanc, Marquand Lelt, Walter Col-
ley, John Perritt, Ballard Maudlin
and Percy Rosenblum.
Rives is survived by his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reginald
Rives, 3613 College St., and two
sisters, Doris Amelia, and Edna
Dianne Rives. A native of Jack-
sonville, he was a graduate of
Central High School, Knoxville,
Tenn., and of P. K. Yonge Exper-
mental School. He distinguished
himself in football and was intra-
mural handball champion here. He
was a member of the Navy V-5
program here at the University.


CHICKEN
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Steaks Shrimp

Regular Meals

Sandwiches

Fountain Service

Campus Canteen
Across From Science Hall
Open 6:00 A. M.


Peanuts 5Y in New York
But peanuts are 5c right here in Goinesville,
too. And any "club rate" or other "special
offer" to you direct from any magazine can
clso be accepted at CARTER'S of Gainesville,
Florida. When that rush-rush renewal time
comes the only change you need make is ..
address the envelnoe to CARTER'S. Make
it easy: Use the LOWEST AND LATEST rates
quoted to you, use any order form or piece
of paper at hand, and simply mail your sub-
scriptions to CARTER'S instead.


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Antiques, Stationery


tie more, cooperation from all
concerned in the matter of park-
ing and speeding. It also seems
a bit foolish to these men, who
have to 'walk around all day, to
see students and professors drive
their cars from one class to an-
other.



Nine Appointed


To Eng Faculty

Appointment of nine new facul-
ty members to the instructional
and research staff of the Univer-
sity of Florida College of Engin-
eering has been approved by tie
Board of Control, President John
J. Tigert announced today.
The additional appointments
were made in preparation for in-
creased enrollment in the Engin-
eering College this'fall and for ex-
panding research in the Engin-
eering and Industrial Experiment
Station.
New appointments include:
E. Donald Kennedy, assistant
professor, electrical engineering
and research engineer on V-T fuze
project, former head of the design
section, Washington Institute of
Technology.
Stanton C. D. Lawson, associate
professor of mechanics, former as-
sociate professor, University of
Kentucky.
Clifton C. Hill, associate pro-
fessor of mechanics, former in-
structor at Virginia Polytechnic
Institute.
Richard L. Harvin, assistant re-
search engineer, former research
engineer at the University of
Louisville.
James A. Tankesrley, assis-
tant processor, mechanical engin-
eering, former mining and testing
engineer, private industry.
Eric N. Thor, assistant profes-
sor, mechanical engineering, for-
mer instructor at U. S. Military
Academy, West Point.
William A. Leffler, Jr., assis-
tant in research, former design
engineer in private industry.
Westley Burney, assistant in re-
rearch, former experimental en-
gineer in private industry.
William B. Rogers, instructor
mechanical engineering, former in-
structor with Army engineers.
The appointments, with the ex-
ception of Thor, Harvin jand Tan-
kersley are effective immediately
The latter three will assume du-
ties in September.




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On University's Academic Hit Parade
By John Schaut ied by sociologists in the field of service is strictly informal, and
Seven a. m. every morning, six marriage and the family, is that for the msot part Prof. Ehrman
days a week, 122 students, still birth rate-the size of the family advises such people to seek the
half-asleep, take their seats in the -shows a slight decrease. How- advice of a doctor, psychologist or
Chemistry Auditorium where they ever, this will not necessarily af- other professional agent who is
take the most popular of all feet the nation's manpower best equipped to handle a parti-
elective courses, Marriage and the strength, for the ever progressive cular problem.
Family. medical science is securing the Marriage and the Family at the
Doing Booming "Business" public health and life expectancy University of Florida is a course
much faster thah is the decrease which comes under the Depart-
Marriage and the Family is do- in birth rate. By about 1980-90 the ment of Sociology. Prof. Ehrman,
ing a booming "business" these population of our nation should who is a professor of sociology,
days as a college electivecourse, be even more stable than it is to- also has charge of Marriage and
In colleges and universities all the Family which, in itself, is a
over the United States enrollments day. the Family which, in itself, is
for this type of course increase Course Changes Expected large responsibility due to its in-
each semester. When questioned about possible creasing popularity.
The University of Florida is no changes in this course, Prof. Ehr-
exception to this trend. In fact, man stated that there would al-
the size of Marriage and the Fam- way be changes. He said "Changes
ily classes here are among the will come about from time to time
largest anywhere in the academic as a result of scientific findings. OTTO F. STOCK
U.S. A. All knowledge and information
Although this course was first gained through scientific research
started in 1939 at the University invariably affects people the
of Florida, it really didn't get its family unit, which is the primary 1 i n
popularity momentum until after social organization of any group T lorin
the war. Upon Professor W. W. or nation of people." Child rearing
.Ehrman's return to the University and the economic aspect of the D ry
after his discharge from the serv- family will also come into greater
ice, he again took over Marriage emphasis as this course pro- ry C leaning
and the Family, which he tatight gresses.
prior to the war, and enrollments Prof. Ehrman spends an aver- 3
for this subject began to spiral, age of 12 hours a week in giving Phone 354
Last regular semester, Spring advice to the "love-lorn" or to
1947, is so far the record class for j.Ia1io smnaqoad seq OA auobue
Marriage and the Family well directly or remotely related to 1 4 E i Ave
over 200 students, men and wom- marriage and family. However, he 1 Univ. ve.
en, signed up for the course. The does not solicit people who have
size of the summer term classes problems to come to him. This
is nepxroto ben h smillr. dune to


the fact that summer school regis-
tration is about half of the regu-
lar semesters. However, for the
past summer term, as well as this
one, enrollment for Marriage and
the Family has been higher in pro-
portion to the number of students
attending the University than dur-
ing the last .regular session of
school. For the past two summer
terms, enrollment has been about
the same, this semester numbering
122 students which, includes both
married and single men and wom-
en.
Prof. Elirman in Charge
According to Prof. Ehrman, who
is regularly in cliarge of this
course, and Prof. O'. F. Quacken-
bush, substituting as instructor for
the second summer term, the pur-
pose of Marriage and the Family
as a college course is two-fold.
First, it gives a student an oppor-
tunity to learn about this subject
from a personal standpoint, as giv-
en by the instructor and textbooks
by authorities on the subject. Sec-
ond, it gives a larger social view
of marriage and the family in its
cultural surroundings and the so-
cial adjustments involved in these
surroundings.
Instability of the modern fam-
ily is one of the most outstanding
reasons for the rise of Marriage
and Family courses during recent
years in the colleges and univer-
sities. It has been observed that
college students are showing a sin-
cere desire to study marriage and
family problems in order to make
marriage more workable. "There is
a general state of family instabil-
ity in our modern world," states
Prof. Ehrman, "and the high di-
vorce rate of today is one of the
symptoms which indicate this in-
stability." Ehrman explained that
the family is no longer !the unit
of social and economic, : :.IhJarit',
it used to be'. "For' nrstan.',<." h:
said, "children were once a fam-
ily asset now, they are a lia-
bility."
Another family trend, as stud-


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.Cover GOve r 375 Tklorida
Cover Girl Contest Opened Ta!e Eam


For Next Year's Editions


By Orange PeE
The editors of the University
variety magazine, The Orange
Peel, announced today the open-
ing of a contest to secure cover
girl' photos for the 1947-48 issues
of the magazine.
Complete Overhauling Planned
Editor Jack Doherty announced
that plans for the new Peel in-
clude the makeup of the magazine
and redesigning the cover. Do-
herty announced that the cover
girl contest opens today and will
close on Sept. 26. While photos of
University co-eds are preferred,
the only requirement is that they
be submitted by University stu-
cients. Photos should be similar to
that used on the May issue of the
]eel, that is, they must not be
studio shots. Outdoor shots are
preferred. The prints submitted
must be at least 8 1-2 x 11 inches
in size, or they must be of suitable
quality to be enlarged to that size.
The Orange Peel staff will select
three photographs from those sub-
mitted for use on the covers of the
December, February and June is-
sues. Although the contest will not
close until Sent. 26, one winner will
be announced on Aug. 29 in the
Florida Alligator. The remaining
two will be selected later and an-
nounced about the first of Octa-
ber.
Submitting Entries
Entries may be mailed to Edi-
tor, The Orange Peel, Florida Un-
ion, or they may be left at the Un-
iop desk in care of the Peel.
Rules for Orange Peel
Cover Contest
1. All photos must be submit-
ted by students of the University
of Florida. The subjects, how-
ever, need not be University stu-
dents.
2. The prints submitted must
le at least 8 1-2 x 11 inches in
size, or the negatives must he of
suitable quality for enlarging.
3. The prints must not he stu-
dio shots. Outdoor shots are
preferred.
4. Prints must be submitted to
the editor of the Orange Peel
eare The Florida Union, camp-
pus, Entries will be accepted

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until September 26. One winner
others'aAuehpewTe ? il-f,habgk
will be announced on Aug, 29.
Two others will be announced on
the first of October.
5. The winning photos will he
published on the covers of the
December, February and May is-
sues.
Judges will be the editors of the
Orange Peel. No prints will be re-
turned unless accompanied by a
specific request in writing.

Wesley Series Has
Four Speakers
The Methodist Wesley Founda-
tion will sponsor a series of dis-
cussions and suppers every Sun-
day evening for four weeks start-
ing August 10.
The first discussion will be led
by Allen Anderson, member of the
1943 Florida debate team. He will
discuss "Debating." The second
discussion on the following Sun-
day will feature Dick Anderson. a
Florida Blue Key member, who
will discuss "Student Government
and Politics."
Coach Ray Wolf, Florida's new
football mentor, will be-the third
on the schedule. He will speak
about Gator football on August
24.
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evening, Zg UL I r.111.
Professor Carlson's subject will
be "Game Management,"''.and all
members and other interested per-
sons are invited to attend.
The meeting will be held in room
207 of the Agriculture building.
Refreshments will be served fol-
lowing the meeting.

You Are Invited
To Vesper Service
,All students are cordially in-
vited to attend the Vesper Serv-
ices to be held in the Florida.
Union Auditorium at 6:30 Sun-
day evening. Dr. F. KV.Koko-
moor of the Mathematics De-
partment, who is an ordained
minister, will be the speaker
this Sunday.
Students are reminded that
refreshments are served at an
informal 'gathering in the West
Lounge immediately after the
service.


CHICKEN
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Sandwiches

Fountain Service

Campus Canteen
SAcross From Science Hall
Open 6:00 A. M.


Faculty Has Added Theta Chi Alumni

Almost 300 Teachers Chapter Formed
The Theta Chi Alumni Chapter
D ri Pas Year of Gainesville was organized July
Du in raSi Year 31 when the local alumni met at
the house of Tau Chapter and for-
mally petitioned the grand chapter
Latest Appointments for a charter. Pending the arrival
Bring Total To 297 of this charter the elected officers
assume temporary status.
Eugene Kitching, of the College
The latest appointments of four of Education and the P. K. Yonge
more faculty nmnmers announced Laboratory School faculties, was
following Board of Control ap- elected president of the alumni
proval, bring to 297 the total add- chapter. Serving with him are the
tions made to the instructional following officers:
staff of the University since July, Vice presldett, Dr. E. W. Gar-
1946. Two of the appointments are ris; secretary treasurer, Travis
to the College of Education, one Loften, and as the executive comn-
to the College of Arts and Sci- mitteemen, Dr. Fred H. Heath and
ences, and the fourth to the Col- Dr. E. Ballard Simmons. Dr. Sim-
lege of Business Administration. raons is also regional counselor for
The appointments were an- Theta Chi.
nounced by President John J Ti- The purpose of the newly organ-
gert as curriculum planning for ized group is to promote fraternal
the fall term beginning September activities at the alumni level, as
22 went into the final phase. well as to aid the local active
They are listed as follows: chapter whenever possible.
Dr. Donal M. dJolnsoni. asso- Charter members in addition to
Dr. Donai l M. Jalmson. asso- "
ciate professor of psychology, Col- the above ae:bee C.
lege of Arts and Sciences, former r J Lp Adkins, Jr.,
assistant professor at the Univer- Prince, Jr., 0. J. Adkins, Jr.,
asistn professor eGeorge F. Bridges, G. Emmett
Mrs. Doroy C. Stephens, teach-McGriff, W. A. McGriff, Jr., Nor-
er, .orohy Steplens, Clea- man M. Dennis, Grady Harrison,
eo, P..K. E onge School, College James Richardson, Jr., C. I. Hol-
of Education, 10 years teaching ,lingsworth, Leon Henderson, and
experience in elementary schools Jack Bohannon
and in colleges.
.Charles H. Hamblen, Jr., in-
structor, Bureau of Educational Degree Applications
Research,- College of Education, All students expecting to re-
former high school teacher of so- esive a degree at the end of the
cial science and coach, second term of the 1947 Summnner
William D. Parker, miructor in Session are reminded that na1on,
accounting department, College of Saturday, Aug. 9, is the deadline
Business Administration, former for making application for the
special agent with Bureau of In- degree at the Office of the Reg-
ternal Revenue. istrar, Room 110, Language
Hall.


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New Director Administrative Corps and the Ar-
tillery.
*Appoi i dTo Mr. Harrell replaces C. H. Jor-
pPoisnre_ -O dan, who resigned the position of
Pharmacy School associate director December 31,
1942. Mr. Harrell will devote ap-
L. W. Harrell of Leesburg, Fla., proximately two-thirds of his time
has been appointed associate di- contacting F o r i d a pharmacists
rector of the Bureau of Profes- and physicians.
sional Relations of the School of
Pharmacy, effective September 1,
1947. Religious
Mr. Harrell is a graduate of the BAPT
Leesburg High -School, class of \lonlday lthroluh Friday: \Noonl
1932. He obtained theo degree of o.:aIy: Metting of xeeIl-tiy
B. S. in pharmacy at the Uni- ,lsCATes rvie.,
versity of Florida in 1936. At that Sulnday 7is, 7 and 10:?0n a1.
time, he also became a Florida morning al issues a( 7;: Xewllman Clu
registered pharmacist. Sunday: At c'hapl of incarn
Since Mr. Harrell's graduation, jre:akfast aiftrwairds in \V-eed Hall
he has had wide experience in ninig" Srl'vi, ( p.I.: ('Canltebuily C'
Florida retail pharlacy, having complex AOli:5 p.n. ( Nxce]t n A'
been manager of several stores as i.,'TrII
well as a store owner. He also .Stln(;lty Service in Florida; I'lili
sedved as a representative for the Sunday: Sunday School, I1 a,
Mallinekrodt Chemical Works for Stunlday lEvning: 6(:3c0. discuss<
a period of one year covering four W edneslday: [Iieakl'rst discussi
Southern states. He served in the Pitr lSB V1
armed forces during World War s ind ay :Fel) ship, 6:o p.m.
II asain inici : lOp en Ii Se ssi. p.m.:
II as a captain in the Medical Fridly: Open lies,. 8 1,.(.


".... ... ......... Announcers, engineers, W writers, Beg n AtStaton ,Aa io ... .... ..
To Enter Universily By Travis Messer what they are. The "Voice" is fa- Station jobs.
When Dean Hudson plays, when vorably represented on the fur The station has never been in- .
Many Veterans And Red Barber describes an exciting major networks in addition to tended as a laboratory 'project
High School Grads World Series play, nobody says gobs of stations all over the na- or an educational ,medium. Stu- t
so, but what you hear is "The tion. d(,nts are hired according to the *'
In Group voice of Florida." Began in 1928 needs of a growing independent
Over 375 prospective freshmen Major Garland Powell, director WRUF was opened in 1928 as radio station. The success of the :'i '
took placement examinations held of Station WRUF, is justly proud an arm of the General Extension student-help plan is indicated by '
here August 1 and 2 for entrance of WRUF alumni. Every year the Division. Major Powell was made the fact that never, in the his-
into the University of Florida this, station sends out a new crop of director in 1929, and in 1930 the tory of the station, have more
fall. The group which attended in- radio specialists; announcers, wri- station became an independent than six 'non-student employees
eluded many veterans, although ters, engineers, what have you. branch of the University. It was been on the payroll at any one
the majority were non-veterans "Good will ambassadors," the Ma- at this time that the Major rec- time.
who have recently graduated from ior calls them, and that's exactly ommended the use of students in Many Make Big Time
high school. In recounting the former WRUF
All students entering the Uni- men who have stepped into the big
versity of Florida, as freshmen, time, the Major pointed out that
for the first time are required to 'I "the list is too long to give each
take these tests. In addition to be- '. man the play he deserves." Despite
ing a requirement for entrance I this admission, some 30 names
into the University, these exani- were mentioned as being "worthy
were mentioned as being "worthy
into the University, these exame- I [ '' of mention." Red arer ery CBS di-
nations also serve, to some degree. of mention." Red Barber, CBS di-
as a vocational guidance. A fPros- ., rector of sports, and Dean Hudson,
pectivestudent may also pick up orchestra leader, were among the
a few credit hours, in lieu of tak- first mentioned. A few others
ing some of the "C" courses, if were:
his score in any particular field ( Jimmy Sirmons, night super- .
or fields, is high enough. visor of CBS; Buddy Ebsen and
Around 1,500 applied to take Bob Andrews, movie actors; Dave
the examinations given August I Russell, manager of a Texas sta-
and 2, although only 375 turned tion; Orville Anderson and Bill Directo
up at thattime. However, another A'. Bryan, with their own radio tne State Department's Review
series of placement tests are :shows. Committee on Visual and Audio
scheduled for September 15 for Among the positions mentioned Material. Worded in the cold, im-
any others who wish to enter her e were news directors, music direc- personal language of officialdom,
this fall as freshmen. t tors, television directors, program i it stated simply that "We are re-
directors, managers, a s s i s t a n t turning your transcriptions of
managers, the works. 'Florida Under Five Flags,' which
Car son Speak s .The latest "ambassadors" to were used in Paris d u r in g
S-leave WRUF were: Bill McRey- UNESCO month." This was dur-
Tuesday Evenino nolds, Ted Covington, Elliott ing Noyember and December of
Professor C. E. Carlson of the Heald, Arthur Busby, Preston 1946. UNESCO is the abbreviated
School of Forestry, will be the Wood, ,Erni Stanley, and Jack designation of the United Nations'
gu est speaker for the next Shealy. Educational, Social and Cultural
regular meeting of Thyrsus, cam- AC Program Plays in Paris Organization. "Florida Under' Five
pus hoticulure society, Tuesday announcer ovington A recent feather in WRUF's cap Flags" was written by Dr. Rem-.
...ningo. ,,o. 1) t 7 rn.. .came in the form of a letter from bert W. Patrick of the History


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Powell
Department, adapted for radio by
Joe Devlin of WRUF's staff, and
transcribed by the Florida Radio
Guild, a branch of Florida Play-
ers.
Major Powell s',-,ed that WRIUF
is applying for frecaency modu-
lation and facsimile facilities.
SWhen questioned abcut the pos-
sibility of installing television, he
replied that such a possibility, if
there is any, is remote. "Too many
factors are involved" he stated.
For instance, a co-axial cable serv-
ing Central Florida Stations would
be pre-requisite to television.
Attention: Staff Members
Staff members and reporters
for the Summer Gator are re-
minded to check the bulletin
board in the Gator office this
afternoon for assignments due
next week.
There will be a meeting of the
Summer Gator Monday, August
11, Ot 3 p, m., in Room .8, base-
ment of the Florida Union.

Calendar
T1IST
lvy (d1volions, 11:50 a.m.
Council.
101.1f-
.. in (uCrlo lHall Chapel; week
b. uo stlay, 7:301 p. i.
(). l.I.
itioii. [oly Communion. 9 n.m.;
. Morning Services: 11 a.m.; 'Evt-
ib1) aftesl' sUii)i'r.
iday: l-oy Coiimnunion, 7,:15 a.m.,
gMust).
1i A ilit'riiiin at Ii a.m .
n.; Slrvile. 1 a.m.
i io anl l Slippl e'.
11. (; fi .m .
J).111.












CHALK


TALK
By J. M. Gay
Head Football Coach Ray


SPORTS Summer


.SUMMER GATOR 5


Wolf


and Coaches Sam McAllister and
Dave Fuller were probably smiling
when they checked in from their
respective vacations last week-end.
With the tough '46 season behind
them they have what looks like
smoother sailing ahead. New faces
of flashy high school stars shoved
up well in summer practice. Not
only 1has Florida gotten some of
the better men Irom tlhe home crop


but also it has several of the bet- Iy Bill Moor
or out-of-st.atLe-men such as Lex The race for the softball chain- Trust, Seagle Hall, Bobcats, and
(Gardner firm Ohio, and Lewis pionship of the second summer CLO.
I'trozzyolo trfim New York. session got under way this week In the first bracket, the ATOs
: : : with twelve games being played have been defeated by the Pikes,
Tonmmy Spicola and Bud Over- up until press time yesterday. 4-2, and by Sigma N.u. In the lat-
by, University students partici- Most of the games went accord- ter game SN gained 11 runs off of
rating in the National Skeet ing to pre-season pree:ctions with 17 hits while the losers pounded
Shoot in Syracu.se, New York, last season's champs and i nners- out 10 hits to gain 7 runs. In the
this week, couldn't wait till they up all winning games in their re- other game of this bracket, the
got there to unlimher their gun spective brackets. SAEs led by the hitting of Kehoe
arms. The two gunners, who Brackets for the softball con- and Johnson beat the Kappa Sigs
were accompanied by another test are as follows: who were paced by the batting of
gunner, Wa II e r Jungmeyer, Bracket I -- ATO, PKA, SAE, Williams. The SAEs pounded out
stopped off in W\est Virginia KS, SN, and Baptist Union. 12 hits to gain 10 runs to win the
for L ltri-state shoot and( cap- Bracket II -- PDT, KA; DTD, game while the Kappa Sigs hit 9
Tired the two-mnan team shoot. SX SPE, and Euckman B&C. to bring in 8 runs.
Bracket III PGD, TEP, PKP, In the second bracket the KAs
1on1 Coker, one of two Univer- PKT, BTP, and TX. beat the Phi Delts 4-3, the Delts,
sity contributions to the Gaines- I Bracket IV Alachua Air coming back from their loss last
ville G-Men, is fast proving him- Base, Wesley Foundation. Beef session, beat the SXs 19-7 and
self to be the fanciest hurler on Buckman B&C beat SPE 12-6.
the team. A southpaw, Coker Smith was star for the Delts, get-
turned in a neat three-hitter IMT A H i ting five hits; including one triple
against the Daytona Beach Island- I ITRA IU% A ML and two doubles, for five times
rs Monday night. The Islanders at bat. The Delts collected 16 more
are currently leading the league hitse to n while Sgma gay
in club batting. NEAR 'OMPLETIO ed only 9.
:::: The results of Bracket III were
Th often heard aim of the as follows: PKT 8, PKP 2; TX 5,
quarterhorse owners that their BTP 3; and PGD 4, TEP 3. No
ponies are fast, enough to show Play neared completion this details were available on these
their heels to the fancy thor- week in the three individual games.
oughbreds in a quarter-mile race sports sponsored this session by In Bracket IV the Beef Trust
was proved the olier (lay when the Intramural Department. These beat Seagle Hall 14-12. the Bob-
Barbara B., champion Arizona sports are Ping Pong, Handball, cats beat CLO 6-4, and Wesley
cow pony, outstripp(ed the Irish and Tennis Mixed Doubles. Foundation beat Alachua Air Base
thoroughbred, Fair Truckle, by In Ping Pong, Beville Outlaw of 17-10.
two and one-half lengths to cap- Ocala will meet Jay Berkman of Games will continue throughout
ture a reported $100,000 purse, Boston while Philo Braschi of the summer session and will be
winner take all. Time 21 3/5 Puerto Rico will play Lewis played as scheduled in the Intra-
seconds. L'hields of Gainesville in the mpral Bulletin. In case of post-
Semi-finals. The finals will be ponement the game will be played
There's likely to be a mad rush played on August 11. To gain the at the end of the session.
when the gates open at Tampa's positions, Outlaw beat Gardner
Phillips Field Nov. 1 for the game 21-11, 21-12; Berkman won by TA PA B T
with Furman. Dean Stanley, in a forfeit; Braschi teat Boring 21-9, MPA BO
speech before the Gator Boosters 21-8; and Shields beat DeWolf 21-
of Tampa last Monday, said the 18 21-23, 21-5.T Fl IT
students will, for the most part, In the Handball three of the .SLLOUT
be seated in temporary bleachers semi-finalists are Jim Hamilton, A
erected inside the permanent sta-ed Hoff- F MA
dium and that the student body Haold Wanger and Fred Hoffwill
will have to take "pot luck" in man. The final games will be
getting seats. This is to assure played on August 13. The Gator Boosters of Tampa,
seating for the large crowd expect- In the tennis tournament ayron a group of approximately 20 civic
ed in the not too large stadium. and Sue Wise of Gainesville won and business leaders of that city,
their quarter-final match by for- agreed in a meeting Monday that
feit and were scheduled to meet the time is right for a sell-out for
the winner of the match between the Florida-Furman football tilt
Theatre Beauty Salon, Experts in Barbara Mason of Jacksonville scheduled for Tampa Nov. 1.
all departments. All types of latest and Norman Allen of Boston vs. The club is attempting to prove
Fifth Ave. hair styling 349 W. Uni- Levant DeWolf of Cresent City to University of Florida officials
versity Ave., Florida Theatre Bldg. and Eunice Home of Jacksonville that Tampa deserves one of the
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during a sell-out for Tampa's one
game of the year.
'Dean Stanley of the College of
Health. and Physical Education
here, attending the meeting along
with Percy Beard, athletic de-
partment business manager, and
Joe Shermans, newly appointed
sports publicity director, address-
ing the group, said:
"You don't have to persuade us
that Tampa should have what it
considers a good game every year;
it's merely a matter of providing
for the people in the West Coast
that I know you can get.
"We've got to go where we can
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get the kind of game you want is
a bigger stadium and a full crowd.
This year get organized so you
can go and sell out the stadium.
'How about it?'"


SPORT S GID HOPEFULS

S P 0 rR T START TRAINING

fIRST OF SEPTEMBER
SFootball coaches Ray Wolfe,
Sam McAllister and Dave Fuller
returned to the campus last week-
1on0 after short vacations to pre-
pare for the gruelling workouts
that begin for their team on the
f 5 0 v rage practice field Sept. 1.


Overall Sports Picture Shows
42 Wins And 42 Losses


Don Coker

Two Florida Men Combine

Baseball Career And Studies

Joe Eaton And Don CokerPlay
With G'ville Club


By Peggy Clayton
Combining a professional base-
ball career with full-time studies
at the University of Florida sounds
impossible, doesn't it? But it'sobe-
ing done successfully by two stu-
dents, Joe Eaton, of Tallahassee,
and Don Coker, of Bradenton.
Joe is the alert first baseman
for the Gainesville G-Men and also
an able hitter. He expects to re-
ceive his law degree in about 10
months. A schedule of classes from
9:30 to 12 each morning plus a
ball game every night keeps him
busy. Three or four days a week
he and his teammates leave about
2:30 p. m. for an out of town
game, not returning until 2 or 3
o'clock the following morning.
Even this ,trojan schedule
doesn't keep Eaton from main-
taining a very good average,
whether it be in batting or honor
points. He has played non-profes-
sional baseball and football for a
long time, beginning at Leon High
School in Tallahassee and con-
tinuing till his graduation from
Presbyterian College, South Caro-
lina, in 194'5. Joe says he'll keep
on playing baseball as a hobby and
recreation even after he has re-
ceived his diploma.
He lives with his wife and two
children, a boy, 4, and a girl, 4
months, in Flavet 1.
Don Coker, a G-Man pitching
ace, is studying public adminis-
tration and is interested in city
management. But his interest in
baseball is no less now than it
was five years ago when he was
All-State pitcher from Bradenton
High School.
A long baseball history stands
behind this young pitcher. After
being graduated from high school
in 1942, he played a year and a


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Schedule, Stated
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will be closed on Tuesday and
Thursday instead of Monday and
Thursday.
This was done, pool officials
reported, to give students more
time for swimming, as Camp
Wauberg was also closed on
those days.


By II. D. Brannon In baseb-: Florida won 14 of
A quick look at the records of 29 games during the year. The
the 46-'47 sports season shows
StCators played several strong
that the University of Florida has played several strong
42 wins and 47 losses in the over,: teams such as the Tampa Sinok-
all win and lost column of all| ers and the DeLand Red Hatters.
contests. Season's end found the Listed below are the scores of the
Gators with a .472 average in in- games:
tercollegiate competition.
Florida's track team won three Florldi 5, DeLand 11.
meets and dropped two. The track Florida 2, liriond 13.
season got under way with the Florida 7. green (',, 21.
1F'loridi 2,. Tampa Snioleris 1.)
Gatois entering the North Caroli- Florida (. Jax NA'I'T( 2.
na Indoor Meet and placing P"lrida 5. -Miami i.
fourth. The Yellow Jackets of Flo.ri:da Mini 1.
lhFri(hi i, .iax N.\TTI" 5.
Georgia Tech were the intercolle- Florida i, (iergia i.
giate match and the Engineers l'orid:n (,orio is.
took this contest, 682-3 to 57 1-3. l, rid ii I o .rn
The boys from Gatorland jour- Florill 7. Ilins 1.
neyed to Athens, Ga., to meet the o,' rini :. lllins i.
Bulldogs. The Gators did every- lnrd1 n J, uiax NATT(
-I']ornda I1, I l l 'Iurn i7.
thing but swallow the Bulldogs in i',rida :., \luburn 7.
taking all firsts and a majority Florida 7. Tampa 23.
of the seconds to win the dual Fl'rida 8s ( "i'.ia 12.
iFhl 'ida.6 ( ,eor(,i ,.
meet, 113 1-2 to 122-3. The deep lorida 17, Southern 12.
Southern boys then edged Missis- Florida 1I, Stetson 2.
sippi State, 66 to 65, lost to Au- Floriida, 3, "llins 10.
Florida 6, Iollins 22.
burn, 52 to 72, and defeated Uni- Tlorida 7, Auiirn 18.
versity of Miami to round out the Florilda 2, Auburn 9.
regular session by an 86 to 31 Florida 7, .ax NATT'': 5.
Florilda 19, Stctson 1I.
-count. The Southeastern Confer- 'ird lii .ltnana Rtiver 6.
ence meet was next and Florida In golf Florida won three and
placed sixth. lost four; swimming the Gators
Florida Relays won two of six, and in tennis the
The outstanding track event of Gators won three, lost five, and
the year for Florida was the Flor- tied one.
ida Relays held at Fleming Field. Goirl
There were no team points given Florida1 1' -2 Stetson ) -2..
FloIrida 18. St1 ston 5.
for this event, but if there had Florida 2 1-2, Georgia 15 1-2.
been Florida would have won the Florida 8, lianmi 11.
event. Teams entering were Ten- 'loia '1 S1 1-2, RollI's," 8 1-2.
F lo iLda 12 1-2, (h 1O1A .i 1-2.
nessee, Auburn, North Carolina, i',ri1;, Rollins1 1I.
South. Carolina, Duke, Vanderbilt, siwimiingi
Mercer and Florida' Rowe, Mer- Florida 51 1-2, (lenison 2:1 1-2.
Florida 57, (ioirg'i IS.
ver University's only representa- l"cridi 2r1, I0mory I1.
tive, was judged as the best indi- lfloridn '8 1-2, (;i. 'T h .1 1-2.
vidualist of the meet. Florid a 'Emory n.
'I'e" ll I
Sllrif;< 7, Sluthern 2.
FINALS SLATED Ii' Sti iii '
IUUSSATEiil lorida 6, Soui1elst'n1.
Floridan ., Stetson .I.
F' 10oDAY IN ,ia 6Sttsoln 3.
loridia 1, Rollins 8.
BIll lADR TOURNDMEV Flo'ida 0, Tulane (.
BILLIARD TOUR EY Florida entered the Southeast-
ern Conference tournament and
This week-end will see the com- placed'third.
pletion of the Billiard Tournament Listedbelow is a complete sum-
being conducted by the Florida mary of all athletics at Florida
Union. All final matches are to be during the 1946-47 seasons with
won and lost records, points for
played today at 4 p.m. and points against:
and points against:
In the pocket billiards, 'R. D. v. iLt. pf. Int. Pet.
Morot has still to play his semi- Football I on 1o i: 26i .4c000
final match to enter the final "cir- "wim'ing 2 0 226 221 .33:1
1 1 -- olf 3 1 1 .429


cles," but the remaining brackets
in all events are complet-
ed through the semi-finals. In the
lower bracket W. McNulty won
from D. Ramsey to gain one fin-
nalist berth. McNulty won out
over the following: drew a bye in
first match, played Revellin the
second and topped him by 50-43;
Third match saw McNulty trim
'Doug Broome by outscoring him,-
75-72. The semi-final event saw
MeNulty win from D. Ramsey,
100-83.
Charles Edwards and T. E.
Davis are the finalists for t he
straight rail billiards events. Ed-
wards came through the upper
bracket in this manner: first
match, won from F. Valcarcel,
50-48, won from C. S. Adams by
default in the second, and beat J.
T. Carney, 75-54. T. E. Davis first
leat T. Trantham, 50-49, then W.
McNulty, 50-39, and in his semi-
final match he won from F. G.
Owles, 75-62.
In the final event, 3-cushion bil-
liards, W. McNulty, a finalist in
this match as well as pocket bil-
liards, won from F. G. Owles, to
the "tune" of 25-14. He then won
from F. Valcarcel to the "string-
total" of 25-16. The semi-final run
saw McNulty win from D. J. Protz,
50-33. T. Scott, finalist in the low-
er bracket, won from D. A.
Broome, then he beat D. Andrews,
and finally eased by T. Davis, 50-
49. The two finalists are Scott and
McNulty.


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Other coaches, Ted Twomey
(line), Buster Brannon (backfield),
Paul Severin (end), and Julius
Batista (assistant) had already
returned to take up the business
at hand.
Approximately 70 candidates,
including mostly freshmen and
sophomores, are expected to don
uniforms when practice begins.
Some of the freshmen who looked
good in summer practice were
Sam Cole and his running mate
Loien Broadus, Jacksonville; Ray
Gatch, Eustis; Lewis Perozzolo,
.lnia, N. Y.; and Lex Gardner,
McDonald, Ohio. Injuries slowed
down some of the other high
school stars who were expected to
stand out.
The Gators will meet their first
opponent this year in Jackson-
ville when they tackle Mississippi
September 27. Following this
game will be tilts with North Tex-
as State, Auburn, North Carolina
State. North Carolina, Furman,
Georgia, Tulane, and Miami.

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From Frolics To Rotary Presses


Time marches on, and it stops for no
one. For instance, plans were laid for
Summer Frolics weeks back. Today, it is
here. It comes with time, and it catcher
some asleep-those who are waiting until
this morning to telephone. for a date.
Time marches on. And this week-end,
people will pass away the time. Old
friends will reunite; happy times will be
in the air. It is a diversion" from the
classes, which run from early in the
morning to late at night from chow and
theatre lines, from hot and crowded days
of studying. And it should rightfully be
a diversion. They will stop to admire
this University. And they have a right to
the point of view that this is a great Uni-
versity, for, as a matter of fact, it is tops
in the nation in many instances-the stu-
dent government, the Law and Ag
schools, the forestry, pharmacy, radio
station. These have been brought about
through time.
And time marches on. There. will be
more Frolics as time goes by. Still, there
will be many late planners. You can't
beat time; it slips up on you. It takes
much planning to keep time from finding
you short.
Time marches on. And this year it


finds us with coeducation-problems to
solve, dormitories to build, expansion
plans to make. We must advance with
time. And as far as the University is
growing, it should be able to switch to
long pants as soon as it finds itself able.
One big plan in keeping with the growth
is a University printing plant. Time
shouldn't find us short. The idea of a
printing press has been discussed before,
thrown out the window several times, but
time and the growth of the. University
keeps bringing it back before us. There
must soon be a way.
Time marches on, and it catches a few
-those who have to phone for a date to-
day. Time, however, finds some pre-
pared. Two fellows in Leesburg found a
way. They eliminated type and mats and
linotype and high costs of printing. They
ran across photo-engraving coupled with
electromatic typewriters, and are print-
ing a 12-page weekly with a brand-new
process-cheaper, and, oh, yes, it saves
time.
Time marches on, and the University
will have no printing plant when it is
needed. We have to make a date now-
plan now, or we will be phoning for help
in 1957, 1967, and on and on.
Time Marches On.


ThatIt Would Read Like Fiction


In releasing his future plans.this week,
President John J. Tigert indicated that
any new position would have, to afford
him ample time for writing several books
which he, has begun, but has been unable
to finish because of the great work en-
tailed in his duties here.
As for food for thought, and as a twist
to the above item, it seems as though it
would take several people months and.
years to write a book on President Ti-
gert's work at this University alone-
facts'that are not found on paper in his
files, or on the physical growth of this
University. Instead, it is imbedded in
the graduates of the University for the
last two decades now strung all over the
world, and also in the great cultural
achievements he. has made possible
through his capacities as an educator and
character builder.
We feel that Dr. Tigert has much to


write about, much that should go down
in life's records to further the. coming
generations. We feel, too, that someone
would also have to take time off to write
a book on his accomplishments.
Dr. Tigert has been more. than a build-
er of University property. He is a pio-
neer in several fields. He came to Gaines-
ville in 1928 from .the duties of U. S.
Commissioner of Education, and the
measure of his service can be indicated
by the growth of a young, struggling col-
lege into a great institution which not
only constitutes the University's physical
equipment but its educational standing.
The man chosen as his successor will
find the hard work done and the blue-
prints drawn for a greater State Univer-
sity. It was Dr. Tigert who helped to de-
velop an alertness in the State. to the
needs of Florida education.
This would be such a dramatic, pio-
neer story that it would read like. fiction.


.. ^-. ... dr r -- -- ., -

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Summer, Gator

Official Newspaper of their University of Florida, in Gainsville, Florida

Editor-in-Chief ............ .... .Pen Gaines
Managing Editor .... ..................... Jack Harper
Business Manager. ................... Walter Bishop
Illllisahield every Iridaly lmlorning (Illrinlg lie soI11mner year andl enl-
t'red as se'onui class ImailI mItter, Jlannlliry 30. 194.. lit Ihe
p1,st oflfie Iat (Gineiiicile, Fin.. underC the nat of
Congress of IMairch 3, 1879.
EDITORIAL
Execulllive EdI'itor, .111n Sha:ult At.so 1or'ty Freedmann; ANsNistnlt Edilor, EIlin WhWlite; IPeFalures ditHor. George
Mlnon ; SIorts Editor, .1. M. (i:i- Inirai;lirals IEditor. IUill Ioor; Musie
.andl i)rlnatlis Editor. OGeruald ('larke: IRelrite Editor. Dell I.oy-less! Ile-
porter.s lnd Featulre Wtriters: Jothn lonllerl. 'Csi'y Cli?"ytokn, 1larry. Crown.
I',arl Davis,, II. G. Davis, Siidy Geer, Jolln Hickfli andil nrbarai MaIonm;
Slports l 'riterrs Ilol> ('rgenll aInd Jolnll RIelil.
BUSINESS STAFF
Assistalnt InsIine.'ss lainig'er. .1ordnn An.~1 Ihillner; ('olleeriozn 1ilMia ger,
leoIry Wiillinlus, Jr.; (irculaition nM)llnager. ullddy WVool(ie; .Assistanit (Cir-
e'italliouin Mannager, .Jim KIlioe; Sol.itor. Paddy Driseoll.
(1Editor's Note: ''le ilopinllous Celressedl in lhe C.oillllnlls onl hik.
lpage tire ir It( necomsnrily te opittnioIIs f t flie SmuiimIr Gator or of its
editor. 'ihey are the expressed opinions of the writer. and are printed
us snlich.


'I


Not A Complaint, But a Recommendation


"Student owned and student con-
trolled" is not merely'a motto to deco-
rate one of the front-page "ears" of the
-Summer Gator. It is more than just a
motto-it is the fact of the matter.
"Stuident :'. ." means that this paper is
financed by students alone. Eighty-five
,cents for regular semesters and thirty
dents for summer terms is deducted from
each student's registration fee. This en-
titles the student to a full semester's or
term's subscription to the campus "news
organ."
For the number of students enrolled
each semester, that number.of papers are
publislii t for eAch iisue--no more-we
can afford to: publish only so many pa-
pe.rs as are paid for.
S But on Friday, the' usual publication
day, not every student gets his paper--
.some-a good many, in fact-get left out.
The Summer Gator staff isn't large
enough to give doorstep service to
its student subscribers. Circulation is
done on the. honor system. On publica-
tion day the papers are distributed all
over the campus at certain points where
large numbers of students gather. It is
then assumed that only the student-sub-
scribers take their one, and only one, copy
of the paper.
But that isn't the way it works out. Our
reading public extends beyond the stu-
deht group. Faculty members, campus
administrative personnel, and other Uni-
versity of Florida employes all make up


a part of the Summer Gator's reading
public.
Yet, these. non-student readers are not
subscribers or otherwise financial sup-
porters of the campus newspaper. The
number of weekly copies consumed by
this large group of non-subscribers great-
ly diminishes the supply available to the
p aying 'student-subscribers.
However, this is not a complaint. The
purpose of this editorial is not to issue a
complaint, but, rather, a recommenda-
tion. The Summer Gator appreciates
this "outside" group of readers, and very
much wishes to keep them. as part of its
reading public.
There is an old journalistic adage that
"a paper worth reading is worth paying
for." We know for a fact that, a vast
number of non-subscribers on campus en-
joy our weekly edition and, want to pay
their share.
It is duly constituted in our student
government that there will be a campus

newspaper, and that all members of the
student body will subscribe to that news-
paper by including the subscription cost
in their registration fee. Since our press
has come to include campus interest
groups other than the students, it seems
only fair and advisable that a similar pro-
vision be made whereby these other in-
terest groups can help share publication
costs, and at the same time enjoy a news-
paper which will belong to them as well
as to us.


Ordinary Times By H. G. (Buddy) D


There's an old saying that if you
wish for anything hard enough,
you'll get it.
The American people are fishing
mighty hard. Gallup Poll revealed
last week that 53 percent of our
fellow citizens think there will he
another war in ten years. And 73
percent hold the opinion that we'll
be looking down rifle barrels in
25 years.
Take your pick you can dress
attractively in khaki within 10
years, or gather scrap metal in
tweny-five. The trouble is that war
won't b'e as glamorous as before.
'In 10 years you'll be settled in
that glamorous little nest and
sporting a bay window. In 25 years
your combat action will consist of
patriotic, speeches.
Don't worry about that though.
Some of the speech makers made
money on the side during the last
war.
But the American people are still
optimists of the highest order.
Gallup asked what they would do
with a gift of $1,000, and only
three percent said they would use
it for a good time. All the rest
would invest or save it.
So even though a majority soon
expect the Third World War, al-
most all are hanging onto their
savings. That can mean only one
thing our good friends and
neighbors expect Uncle Sam to win
the next war too.
And there is the hitch Uncle
Sam doesn'I do anything but back
the show. The battles are won by
the boys who "walk in the valley of
the shadow." You have the choice
of taking tlila stroll in thei next 10


avis


years, or letting your son do it in i killed. 'We arrive at this conclu-
35. sion easily. We can't even kill off
Although the horrible atom war all the weeds how do you think
seems within our reach, don't des- we'll get rid of these hearty hu-
pair over world annihilation. As mans?
one professor on this campus said, There'll always be an Adam and
all the population just can't be Eve to start the first act.



The Nep Seven Days
FRIDAY, August 8-
7:30-9:30 P.M.-Spanish Film, "Millones de Chaflan," Florida Union
Auditorium.
SATURDAY, August 9-
2-12 A.M.-Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, Wauburg.
12-6 P.M.-Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, Wauburg.
SUNDAY, August 10-
11 A.M.-Lutheran Church Service, Florida Union Auditorium.
3:30 P.M.-History and C-1 Raculty, Wauburg.
6:30 P.M.-Vespers Service, Florida Union Auditorium. Speaker
will be Dr. F. W. Kokomoor. Refreshments will be served in the
West Lounge immediately following the program.
MONDAY, August 11-
7-11 P.M.-Executive Council, Room 308.
7-11 P.M.-Students' Wives' Bridge Club, Room 107.
8-9:30 P.M.-Garmma Sigma Epsilon, Chemical Movie. Florida
Union Auditorium.
8-11 P.M.-Florida Union Dancing Class, Room 305.
TUESDAY, August 12-
7-11 P.M.-Movie, "I Can't Give You Anything But Love," and 1916
World Series Baseball pictures, Florida Union Auditorium.
7:30-11 P.M.-Bridge Tournament, West Lounge.
WEDNESDAY, August 13-
8-11 P.M.-Veterette Bridge, West Lounge.
THURSDAY, August 14-
7-11 P.M.-Free Movie, "Murder on the Campus," Florida Union
Auditorium.
FRIDAY, August 15-
7:30-9:30 P.M.- B.F.C. Club, Room 209.
7:30-9:30 P.M.-Leigh Chemical Society, Auditorium.


Turntable Tal


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(Thank you, John.)
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by Variety to be the successor to
"Smoke" and "Temtayshun" i's
Merle Travis' (he wrote "Smoke")
new song, "Fat Girl." It looks like
a tossup as to which will be the
popularity successor to the two
other current hill songs. "Smoke"
is Squires best selling ,disc.
The Melody Mart sold more of
Dick Haymes' "Je Vous Aime"
than any other record with Dot
Shay's "Feud'n n'Fightin'" coming
up as a close second. This latter
disc was the Best seller at the Sun-
shine Shop which pointed out the
fact that Wayne Kings "Melody of
Love" is a steady high seller. If
you don't remember, this is the
sad song with the sad poetry read
by a sad reader. It's so strongly
poetic, they call it, that it has the
flavor of sarcasm. It may be all
well and good but it seems from
here that the big problem with the
record would be what to do with
it if you had it.
New Releases
In new records Beryl Davis, the
English Warbler, sounds good on
"Mother, Mother, Mother." As the
companion side she does pretty
well, too, on "Breaking in a New
Heart" on Victor.
Dick Haymes in "Naughty An-
geline" and "I Wish I Didn't Love
You So," does his best job in a
long time for Decca.
Frankie Carle's "Penguin at the
Waldorf" and "The Glow Worm."
are standard stuff. They both
sound pretty ordinary, but as us-
ual if people like them, they'll sell
a lot of records.


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By Gerald Clarke


Julia Lee's "I Was Wrong" and
"Snatch It and Grab It" is most
excellent, most excellent on
Capitol.
-Maybe Petrillo's Right
Mutual has a big new show, so
they say, which was introduced by
a splendid publicity campaign.
After last Saturday evening's pre-
After last Saturday evening's 8:30
p.m. premiere one wondered why
they didn't let the publicity de-
partment write the show. The ol-
factory reaction was too strong to
report. Jim Backus is the star of
the show. He's been doing comedy
character parts on other shows
and doing a good job on them -
but he just doesn't bear up under
a half-hour program. His studio
audience sounded small and over-
enthusiastic exactly like a paid
claque. But that is the least of
the show's faults.
The program establishes a dan-
gerous precedent. Backus is a Sat-
urday evening dies jockey. That's
right he plays records over the
entire Mutual net in the most
choice time on Saturday night. He
literally puts musicians out of
work. If other radio programs fol-
low suit, we won't need musicians
for anything but making records.
The danger is stretched here but
it is a real one.. Of course, judging
from its quality, it is evident that
the Jim Backus Show isn't going
to start a stampede but it does
plant dangerous ideas and set a
dangerous precedent when the disc
jockey replaces top flight talent.
Cinema Corner
Joan of Arc will appear in two
new movies soon; Ingrid Berg-
man's Joan of Lorraine and "Mir-
acle of the Bells." Frank Sinatra
plays 'Father Paul" in "Miracle."
So far'they haven't found a place
for The Voice to warble, but
they're looking hard.
Orson Welles left for England
the other day with the statement
that h eis going there "to learn
filming."
Hollywood has come out so bad-
ly this year that it is not sending
any more representatives to Eu-
ropean film festivals soon. Rath-
er than improve its pictures, Hol-
lywood will absent itself from
competition.


rile 1 tUornw rB POT POURI: Headline ifi last
'By Heck week's Alligator-"Funds To Fi-
nance Flavet Village 3 Up To Tru-
COMPLICATED WOMAN WITH IER IMPENETRABLE HEART man." Last week must have been
(Dedicated to the Girls) a tough one for Harry, up there in
Some people have their faults and some have their bouts; Washington holding off the pro-
Some have their "ifs" and butss;" some their doubts. posed new British loan few a-
Some just don't do anything right; always do it wrong. basors and the signing f some
Some can't write, or act, or even sing a song. bassholdover congressional legislation
while he pondered whether or not
No one is too truthful; that-you'll have to admit he should finish our Flavet .3 ...
And even the most profound person will make a slip of the lip. Don't be surprised, if when Fuller
Man wasn't born an angel; nor woman, a queen. Warren announces his candidacy
No one was born perfect-though that remains to be seen. for governor, one of his first cam-
Anyone would listen to reason-but a woman ? paign addresses is given in Gaines-
ville, primarily for University stu-
Laugh, and the world laughs with you, but not when you're sad; dents A talk given recently
Not even when you're kind or mysterious, not when you're careful in the Speech 241 class by an irate
or mad. veteran telling of how he uncover-
Some women were born to divert and entertain: to amuse. ed the existence of corruption lo-
Some were born to irritate, bore, disgust and abuse. cally, while attempting to get a
And even though some were born to dote upon and admire GI loan to buy a home here, would
There are those that have a veritable desire have burned a lot of local ears to a
To imprison themselves in one of life's insane parts crisp-a VA investigation is said
While men come along and tear away their hearts. to be forthcoming.
Do you know it's amusing-ever since the world began ENERGETIC BABY: The other
Woman-the complicated creature of a worthless trait while readinB some news
Has strived to make mankind the sucker of her bait. day, while reading some news
copy, this writer, in his capacity
And when she has won, she'll mutter, cry, then yell, then SHOUT atcopy, the Gainerville Shisn, came across
So that all of womanhood will have found out. this little gem in a birth notice
column submitted by the society
Yes, to hope and despair over a woman just isn't right; editor, who struck the wrong key
Don't dwell on love '-you'll terminate with a fight. on her typewriter-"Mr. and Mrs.
Joe 'Doaks of Flavet 3 arc the
Join hands my unfledged chum. proud parents of a new baby boy
It's not that the female is so dumb; He weighed six pounds, seven
She just doesn't have a heart!!!! --Anon. pounces at birth."


As I See 'EM By Elgin White


As mo
are an ar
mer Gate
are), the
versity (
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tion has e
of us: Is
meet the
Union, or
the thing
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However
subject o0


The Exchange Post y Gos


Panhandler: You get enough for
a cup 'of coffee, bud?
GI Student; Oh, that's okeh, I'll
manage somehow.

Jack: Do you neck?
Dot: That's my business.
Jack: Oh, I hate to see you go-
ing professional on us.
-Veterans Journal

Customer: "That waiter is ei-
ther a fool or a humorist."
Friend: "What's the matter?"
Customer: "I ordered extract of
beef and he brought me a glass of
milk."
West "Pointer."
When one of his associate ed-
itors was described as "outspo-
ken" Jack Doherty remarked qui-
etly, "By whom?"
CROSS COUNTRY HUMOR
Then there was the girl who
signed her quiz paper "Mae West"
'cause she knew she'd done them
wrong.
U. Miss.
The Professor stepped to the
edge of the platform and asked,
'If there are any dumbells pres-
ent, please stand up." There was
a lengthy pause, then a solitary
freshman arose. "So you consider
yourself a dumbbell, do you ?" ask-
ed the professor. "Not exactly,
sir," was the reply, "but I just
felt sorry for you, seeing you
standing all alone."
-Auburn Plainsman
Two men riding down a bumpy
road on a motorcycle were surpris-
ed by a sudden shower. The driver
stopped the machine long enough
the pair to put their jackets on


backwards as added protection just as v
from the rain and once again con- opinions (
tinued their rough trip. facilities,
After a mile or two the driver worked c
noticed that his partner was mis- recently
sing, and quickly wheeling the thor) tha
across thi
machine around began to retrace draws lar
his course, eraws lar
On rounding a curve, he saw a er le
crowd gathered. His friend was ly-
ing on the ground.
Excitedly he screamed to one of
the spectators, "Is he hurt?"
"Don't know," came the reply.
"He hasn't said much since we
turned his head around straight."
-Mobile News 1. ''lle w
---- II
The professor of biology was 2. Whici
carefully unwrapping a package Thala
before his afternoon class, explain- 3. "Lach
ing that he would show them a3.
fine specimen of dissected frog. Legal
The package, however, proved to Term
contain two sandwiches, a banana, 4. "Glide
two radishes and a hard-boiled
egg. The professor scratched his Car
head in' bewilderment as he mut- 5. Atabrii
tered, "But I KNOW I have al- turn:
ready eaten my lunch!" Reddi,
-Varsity News Match
6. Match
Two drunks staggered from the a. i
saloon and one crashed into a b. (
telephone pole. c. (
"Eshcuse me, sir." d.
A little further down the street
he collided with a. fire plug. c.
"Eshcuse me, little boy." Answers:
Still further down the street he7
banged his head into aonther ',wli
and fell to the ground stunned ft PIO pup'
a moment. Raising himself on o01'
elbow he called to his companion
"You go on ahead. I guesh I'i'
just lay here till this crowd pas
--AubUlri Plainsma;


st of you know, if you
'dent reader of the Sum-
ir (and we assume you
new addition to the Uni-
Cafeteria is only four
behind schedule. A ques-
entered the minds of a lot
the cafeteria going to
same fate as the Florida
Swill they really finish
? That, dear reader, can
ain to be seen.
er, while we are on the
f the cafeteria, we might
iell voice a great many
on the operations, prices,
etc., of the poor, over-
afeteria. A statement was
made (anonymous au-
t a certain establishment
e street from the campus
ger crowds into its cafc-
than the campus spon-


quick

By lre
'ord "schcll" would make o
nc'key Airplanes Boa
h is the largest part of th
muls IMedlla Cerebe
es" would make one think
Term Medical Term

;r" would make you think
Home Boat Watch
ne, if taken in substantial

shl Greenish Yellowis
the following brands of cig
Kools
Camels
!hesterfields
Lucky Strikes
)ld Gold


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scored eatery. Why? It is evident doubtedly over-burdened with the
that prices across the street are large number of students who are
somewhat higher than at the attending the University, it seems
school diner. It is also evident that a better menu could be of-
that the University Cafeteria has fered during the summer sessions
an abundance of food. Then, the inasmuch as the influx of students
only conclusion that one can draw is much less than during the regu-
is that the method of preparation lar session. Influx or no influx,
of food at the "cafe" is, shall we we still have the same old menu,
say, lousy?-"Vell, we won't go so and it is prepared in the same old
far as to say that cafeteria pre- "G. I." manner.
pared meals are lousy, but from From the looks of the waste
men who have regurgitations that is left on trays in the cafe,
most, it's the cafeteria, two to we would say that the cafeteria
one, is best by waste test. An inmate
It seems that the majority of goes through the line, looks at all
complaints levied against the cafe- the goop on his tray, then decides
teria are that there is no variety he made an error in getting sO
in the menu presented. 'Tis true. much. When the amount is totaled
One can almost ascertain just up, he thinks the cashier made an
what is going to be offered at error. He finally decides that the
the cafe every day. only error that was made was his
Although the cafeteria is un- coming in there in the first place.
-- ___ MOVIE. PREVIEW: Warner
Bros.' "The Two Mrs. CarrolsI"
currently at the Florida Theatre.
is a, good dramatic mixture of love
Slnd terror, starring Hlumplireri
iBogart, Barbara Stanwyck, a"d
'ew Elly Alexis Smith. The role of al
ne think of which of tlie following: American artist whose love fio
ting Fishing two women eventually involved
ting ising hinl in a series of bizar re ad
c brain: frightening stiuations is somclthilI
llum Cerebrun new for Bogart. who handles his
; of a: part with his usual suave manner
Barbara Stanwvck and Alexis
Engineering Term Agricultural Smith do fairly well as the two
Mrs. Carrolls, and we are forced
of your: to agree with most experts that
La Smith is really a classic Amner'
ican beauty. Barbara Stanwyck is
quantities will cause one skin to jst about too od to be in too
just about too old to be il
many romantic scenes, but the
0h Pinkish lady does seem to be holding her
arettcs with their mfg for 5 points: own. All in all, mystery fans w',
a. Liggett & Meyers thoroughly enjoy the new ,The
a. Liett Meyrs Two Mrs. Carrolls."
1). American Be sure and see "Framed" with
c. R. J. Reynolds Glenn Ford, coming to the Florida
d. Brown & Williamson Theatre Sunday and Monday. For
Lorillar is one of the better young actorS
in Hollywood, and we personally
think that he should be awarded
(o) !oo better parts than he received il
() s ( )S M-'9 this picture. The title of the plc"
n ture exactly fits the plot. and yoU
ilS.\Olla.--S' might feel that you were the
UOMH--I. \w'ho was framed, but it is w
S> worth your' time to see Ford enlxot
Uuili. oand to gaze upon the contours ()
*tuni.l,rh,>)--- ', .Janice Carteor, x who, although, plI't
*"2ul]oI--"I ty, is not much of an actress.


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Paranoia

By Morty Freedman
OUT ON A LIMB: The 1948
Seminole (next year's), under,the
capable hands of Editor Al Carl-
ton, will be something revolution.
ary as Seminoles go-it'll have art
and make-up supervised by Ace
Artist Hank Gardner and will con-
tain-many new features Al-
though not yet announced, a meet-
ing of all Co-op members will be
held on the 18th of this month-
important Co-op questions will
come up for a vote "Florida
Under Five Flags," a history of
Florida written by Dr. Rembert
Patrick of the history department,
and published by the University
Press, will soon be read in ,Eu-
rope, courtesy of the United States
government Two vacancies
will be filled in the Gainesville
City Commission in September, but
we're willing to bet that few of
the students who so justifiably
griped when the commission plas-
tered us with cigarette and amuse-
ment taxes, will be out to vote,
let alone put up a student as a
candidate-which they should ..
Correction: Twyla Nichols, former
member of the Summer Executive
Council, was not recommended by
the Gator Party as one of its
choices to fill a vacancy in the
council, as we mistakenly pub-
lished last week-Twyla, who is
not in school during the second
session, was, however, a losing
Gator Party candidate .If serv-
ice gets worse in the dorms and
villages, don't blame the housing
office-they are on the verge of
losing some top-notch maintenance
men due to the fact that they can-
not secure enough funds to pay
the raises asked by the employees
in question.
IT CAN HAPPEN HERE: Ru-
mor has it that the new syllabus
for C-5 will no longer carry any
.references to Karl Marx or Com-
munism, due to the actions of a
C-5 prof who fell prey to the "Red
hysteria." If this is true it is one
of the most asinine aspects of the
current "Red" scare that we've
heard of-How are we going to
know that Communism is nowhere
near the equal of our system if
our universities are afraid to teach
us the fundamentals of the Com-
mpunistic form of government?


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Student wnedAndWelcorme To Summer Frolics Student Controlled AvcClna Dedicated to Student Interest Page: I and 2 Vo 1. 2 N. 7 UNVRIY OF FR O A, GAWEI~i LL, FiOIDA friday, Augstl, 1947 Gay Sp rit PrFeVa1 s For su mr FrAlc MaWith HonEgrCocrAtFv Four M illion Dollar Girl Dorm Project Approved,,.,",.grC'ce, t iv -'Friday Afternoon; Two President Tigert To Make *ordasPpu 'r rgist Pas On Coed Housing Sared Evening Dances Scheduled HisHom InFlrid Afte By Dr. Tigert -Moves Girls From All Points Stream Into His omeln loria AterTown For Big Week-End Taking Long Vacation Trip Nearer To Realiy By Walter G. Martin Retiing nivesit Hea Plas B Joh SchutThe University of Florida will seethe with activity to~Iday i preparation for its annual Summer Froics, wt T ompete Several ooks A $ 4,000,000 1,--F.idt e Elgart, "the young man with the horn," and his or,t ig loan to finance the sonchestra furishig the music for the occasion. .By Bill Henry struction of Kils' dormiIighlights of the weekdar tw dncsobeh d h)n;L Meics of interviews, Dr. John J. T Iger, wo wfl ies ol the Univrity 'if i I the gym on Friday and Saturday nights, and a concet r'iea rsdn fteU vriyo lrd n SeptemFlor-ida campus was given t be held between the hours of five and six on Fria rui e I has a n o f'ted hi plasityof r da nForia ndlrlimiary cosetfrot the e in.The Fiday night dance will begin at eight and Qomlltet svrlbos owvr ni aury1 97 ttmpovem untmislon last until twelve. This dance is informal for both men h adMrs. Tigrt plan a long-due vacation, which mayIWInsday and women. 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Th ho ol aebig i ngklSE hara;A pvresidtl e eiuso heU ier ihet hnosa n hHy Her"whc as In h in a ndsinsth h n 20 ^Of30 Pas eti oft, rawi enaso t nssidr-ed .intop inpr ecrty alo esethe roo s .rtn A ,v him n n si .In ritp ica u os man -p ledge hgro Phi n t llamps t hre tgusin.lnthspayse dles of a whiispe, aeyaui tyar hisghcou hownerffc ffmltc undr 6 ears tha t br oughai nb y n Bu rln Sh il PA n d B no oub tinkth t i a h hi s w a 2,42.the ilam e dges2.5 s mnongeadsMrs. blf Mr PatriumI Li ite thss ecion A 1soo asoie ra e named, o m aexpected t e d fogh an itarye Theai rsts I nfl x ofrs. an sihou ra ve -ha t a yn tm ag tow T o k ch nd pghlya elCowP th ir d.eO neA u us to ng po t a lth uyo u ihdhnk fD t il iig class secenh i s t e m no llw invdd es di t onsh a ewlltprobabny ben Loc ist orsa-e ---ta Atua, tlie pea pless fm thmu st a tow a u Ea o n P.55 lsort pt urd a ks nd1945-rwn46h r a fo uie u tlecr 2 e r n .,11e ct t io si alc ure av en C u m ni f f a picr -n. N ed on a "teot er vi o n m e xart sg B y ay.i Every mayiit toe ,,tsbII 'gr atef "or hs 1 hr lc ih a vrg fhubnteScaStcegm n ll h nesn M m ra r lta nd ic a s w vilabbulnoefet-----tecm u.TeUnvriyi s tuet n Uierro f cm a hs yonepa dted H erope. 2.3pol ftrm, mCmiPil s adp d es e.Moo.n. elhshd gn isllnd nd onaiedthre ihthepnn ftefl em "pcal niu t fn lcs Cleeermne th u g bok onanir nvsme15or0ofn plaenlicbers aver a n f 221was sof meB erad by anfr h s impori om M mLaetrlg e n vdders nse at vtepl --7-9,P .Bg y ,I stund r he musteadhen be rnmskught ppfor tuingtof the ttha 500 r g ad dressges he 2 26 high c h ,a] .Stu e rthedy av l rb s.13 are podngm oil VryIwartit M ar. been abl tembe r , ofb lrec ieda.athr aug hilFl.s ra erihmicateriged byutheo cpesns. v xmnain hasdelivteecd. s thnfsu -erg f1,9 whi46 'vnr turno wa2.55 .tB rn isa waers' kn o n u -th om n esmty the ly n te$0.90part uig 1of th e pa, f~l al iti e asIo -l~ritsa idlndlady and byth gr s t heyrse bTe lge crthowd ofthrosicing mer chol m y otam Thes e a e r e the cA mbinFr a erniy oduncsiea forn, iG werk na rgaspn lfou r tuae. iOutestand sull qice d td suet ow.he ummer erm.his grauaton invtaton in theMebergad Pydgcevergeffthe RU stff.in tranit who hav payandmitnthfenir dattnesas gu w ver ]i, iro m to st pen .l ave ga dwhrre1 8t9s.iast rasecrlearyr h' nytenis trhenndlndrx M througb D eannhhavepparsend severadirulensto be e, g -of m e b~~~rs and pled g e qB r g C a d id a 's w h c ho p n s a -e rgs o x e p r a m .It'!rIBigg s, i an e o v r tuo d ed fto n s inm a ly d s r d a e B at f i e n h r c r i i a e a s d b h F o s g s h v ",andiwritungSha biographyenof gh m usictao .atsistanisus-nay m anagirfPr the is daeeund-hownt eyof thee entertanI (he Ss darge t of Srm FHrrirs-TN.r .11thy mvhagandentts te ----~--mp--l-et-ed-. pm r ao, ws apitd mrFoishr tte nvriyo lrd.Y u rga the frst ime, speial ~cult com itte was ppoited o assst -f hum n bengs n ther stuggl VE T JUB ES. those who, esi11d clmathifivcatiodns e Cketh.sgoy a-gmission yoIreissueda m ll in ewa grdd itio r in h t d nd T e xpem ers ofT!. A bdgir s h tooforMamonrsi-aleodrgmaterbeesm m eruled outwhat for, elbothy noddanhcesm, T)v Prios y a t n e ne o h s e k e d wr no ha usi em a 8 5 n gr f t he 7. p mf Ay d Pr ident Joehat Jnshnutio n receive h us n o f ce s ae n a y SA t u st a d 8 e r ls r e to ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ -l Ma a! h o miteofrdti ls f"os nd"o's ilb Leonard osby ad h atIn tef, o he 2 d aas l aeeralr vi e Board of Stuent 1 :0N o R I A (1-ir Uneirstiim r. on ulty in Tin eharg. wf ,iPablicatofn2641,ommendingot-1f, In t '.'roam ive for a goodwtime-and ounch! -s a r e t ...H l s t a n S it -t .b ...b e ,, o ( it P h M 1 -1 t h w e k ,pr o d u c tlio n e a u s is t F an T e 1 9 2 b y I r. A d rsw n d'ro nao fp o in t m e n t wlasdt e Hap l c ti n ae ck l s e to a s b rveN o S m k lig. u Ilv g o Imr tagem6na-r.wIl b L St.n A nrBy'Ill En lgiu n W hie pase u fxrmimosl .5: u .M C NC R -ig'rlscnenn h y n 2.n I e aer r.Tive as i yo ra(Te muey-hds -If in thmes dir n t's yealfie b rs iof ilt esaf fCo ts aat a hthe reg"I' rarversht rdy ~ i ;lts og ta oh has lread sarge esritng wl thi tru f grthe it iaA dg,,; teyri wellrhodistordU.? pipe aaa '12 topstrocec a ng fsor~yni ersa i nutoeaisi bll terp aplyig brew."m nev r an el w en p of ~ l c atnge h s Wdve sty h s adaticlof rhul e e o c B 1l e Brad i ,ld and Te e t o fly igil -fit lrE xbu -:s a -A .dln. YO U K N OW t e I C j abo t a gr de beat g odChing irpledgsspwrth dI upxiorc byth mnd y wh do s ~ a u a s m edaeyt ulsawn the out e ac" a roug d,_7:00 .s wt ms. C o -nte n mw ith e ang e fgffty -aythigr! imtb o ure quifed him Ibe D1use h e adLm rrinegt md co m r age a bendgtho.bfMi~ly P h ir a;Al i. September, a e for be ome o 1thig -o e y e ave-.212 Itndingspnefomany e quTets mig's h ro a t hat ted: tde asnt a senior, Ray B stickthaktio tatmmbrshd oev 8: 'a.Mn R AK A T prsdn ta'abu altt he n wr ihaelt hil en. I t),he ek laudeart"p h ichaUni versit ileir dosf a nd y wis tchap by the 20 o 00er. becios otiersummllar,,)-erms o te-1 Ex e nt p "rorito th e o p ltn AsE iecaimn n d gnis, wpledrgte groianups nmonf Ftheewcawsmpeut wedntt kd fr oot atie.Council inofrdermtdabChiigpba tir en irem. srk T l Ep io Ph, v s, c l e cgav al e cetindalafernocn .bedi in the Sprc ng f e'4 aut itks r a thing ofn inthe pas r. nghelrenforakeys.oThere waomsaarelacting astau'iPtaNIC a .dobt thnkhtful o yhr datI 'sas ugg2 TePl ldestAl:ns-he s M r s. fhas ataoe nte a ulrrunsgned t ion alned hill S namId'"" ts mton a ndf itrsase'ldeat te ehghand, water." shul ghvehasd arlngediet to s ow yo g0dtiN.ergam thet soug poe vrychcoe aDsgy yt e ailor J ikmPtin casssc e i st e dou n wian btin ie ool the r:oom sH p r belCK A NCE Acptuallny.nctdes heeoplew-nofe othH straCrewtooka -edtodplace;e aChi t rPtil tfmadetheot-onthathouahouncou"H w do ou think hopwr-ks DON'T'Shusan d, thevor ia c a tng edtorin Mto e Ils e-latiedad ,illbeut t eectise member servin thetermersith sy ellbegraefl fr hsP9rtir pdce itial Cec fh a M nr Raha y e Aetson a thldcanpNs. T-h.ken-vsrmserycunsmt-p-ttheler sfethelprbfes:or P.M.lDbNNEI1. Sy o" o th shy by w o ass yu fr adane' mninff.be. At this It,, Ray Carenter After the rst issue It the new igibl forthe kely. hemo"C awd, iced tea. 2.T otm ordt -olc bO -1 meJbe'r tig o lg Sonaa, Bethuv. to vr ab i wsput out this ummer, aspassed on r ol c1 vte :00 P.M. FORMAL DANCE (for girls)l.iTwotimeyt dt --sme ystemeTwo r ludestwo wat t zes; Tis gy Carpent's res ntonTnehl ad a heart attack. n ,ma a toe mdeaun y A gut1 lieta oger than the('y re em o howsweet lyou Irei ~lt ooas n wa ihih y t.eat o i i nt Paon wasnot n .holdr-mtn hthe rsdet fte -e (rmifeUnierit Dug a-tn-(,.)mmr.er, he s, ff t ha t d on acm it 12 :30 A -BREAKFASTa y ualO-A Flt, LiL z. .igfr m ign aga I n g t o ve ni tebad eo -tocnerwtahedr, r e:0Am .N E TA N E T 3.Miss Lilly meals--i, takes stwimina to keep it[)tle Minu'l Pdru e1 Wa kD hih pr f s n" -he ra-g." 9 mended a chapbtil he nae-dele on emng th of 2:0 A.d. "Thjs IN b E NrTa-rw pa ce. C r ue e ~ lit setmCapenter Iuldt Wy1, who11 asaPProv1ed and a-pabouIt th payment ,f r-nf,,-t hi 10 :00 AM BRUNCH4. rik m re th n OU al 11ld thebil %il bef bussy-ddi-. 1,assithe tetsand was disqualip~intd eating edit, by tll tpsnt -s-tst tn ugse 4. D ink orethanyoucan old -theb w o1ea wasaw oncetoAddmell f -n beausWof rade. werepon dI R t cnil. in h.s motion that thl omittLee "'ll take Bromo-Seltzer. onouigh without your extra weight (if yOU mUStdik erct alw ep-rse nte mJuaita Sch,1Litzor Sltz r ime iel, there uha", it, su-ascrainthe lean wy such an 11 :30 A. .G O -Y the nivrsit Auitorum t thing "I aPPoin1ted eito, edJdet. Eight editors In ,,,e pper ac-ontaken by thereiden-e a-"Ih da w lli e, S bo l v o le p~.Sna feron-l tn ieig If te b-r. fo on .scoolyear.W one fthrities a snIt expained t thefh dam elti e"i b llIv o et D. Lse nyting? ?dents and,]frien dsar,Iinvted tW After thesude .n cunilhada r.Gins ougt to start wor-students hen theywr al, 12:00 Noon BACK TO ROUTNFG. Let this inflUenCe you onle way of thle olwr. t Id .tm rrIppim~ n "' be id rying about ],is fture? payment ofr ,t. lt ,1On brew, please.

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Social Clubs Plan TERRY 'PARR ? Many zldelights I .i1E A 8 h & 9 Summcrer 1rO cs-August 6t C7 Gaiety For All KAPPA SIGA In fora IiDn, FidIy: 12m to -:30m hufifofifi HuiuiM Ii B aklast, Stiu .iy: 12m ii ,,2:3 m., H s Is Order Of Day, LAMBDA CHI ALPHAIform Open Hoiuse, Friday: 8:00 .t 12, Htou, ; Satuda, 8:00 to 12, Ho s f-I KAPPA PHI Picnic, Finley and Saturday: 12 to 6:00 p, Camp Say Fraternities By Walter G. Marti PILAMBDALPH--Pauqut: Friday, 7:30 p.m.Pimros Gril; Piiii A goodatime is the "orderOflSitudiy: p-iii 2-i pmGen uSpring. the lip ihii eying ri CAVALIER LDn, tiauday: 7 to 9 pmi, American Lgion Home pinicat Camp W. r d toi a GA CHI Dance anidEe-akfa-t, Frilay: 12m to 2:0 am, House -at plain "get togethehih"OniALPHiA TAI OMEGAInf. DGnc Satuldty, 2 to 6 fi, H s Giliii and da c luu rte-li iii A HtfeA i n, Sdi lal f12:30 ami-2 im, House. the GUnilit he nirsityALPHA (;AMMA KIH1 Pop Dane, Fiday, 8:00 pm-12 3n,, Ho f: Bandlead, i. f1iilariison dl his A l-hi fill E APlll N idnigi f al fasi Fiday,:->1 li orch ltl ae s1-plytl i i, Palulap, 1-11 P iall ,piga. o thitC aDnliit'hlAieilSoie-ty I iiKAPiA ALPlHAiCi mldp id ayu:a, li ilih> dii e ii G iEapflt iiiancy,Llil i-2 IIus;anen es end-of-the deal is D-w 0. n-r Sawuday, 2:o-:03,1p, Club New Yorker. viliden, Dance Chairman, afd SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON-Cius Dance, Friday, 800-12m, HnsH Arch. Thomas, Jr. Presid i The Brliafat Saituay, Midnight, f-fais. irgani ation is i peactd to tSIGMA NU Patioi ancu (open) Friday, 2:00-5:00 pil, Hous ; Shill i eillyeiul itdik hiFlutda iweck Dn-, Saturday, 2:00 ptpm, House. Manufact co ing Company. TheremainueriOf the organizational aniril atrnal calendars we The WItFrIai inoti dance Terry Parkr iot iulmitted in Lim to make this i-ull mrganizaion recently turned to--------e ( ssD ed s p-ar strength is punningl Blue Cross iretors tU7 ti ioi y nli d hy i hi Ph DeltaTheta W ins Harvard Trophy Announce lncrea 7 30 SotoIadi igut. f li: AftEi n Cumfunctions seem to be As Best Chapter Of National 'Group In Fees And Benefits "Iurned "to beat the beat" at the ar tuuaing places in and Floaidi Alpha Chapter of Phi Delta Theta was agai aand Gainesville. fPi Kapa Ph aiwdd tu coveted Harvard Trophy, whicl is offered awarded at a iae late thii the New Contracts Will ss ing a Wueg Pi ,tnal eea edurtr fP iD laT eat there trophies and is Ibsed ,n the eEfcie Lambda Phia at Glenn Spriag, .iy-betral Hadqateui f Phi Dlt Teta tacoopeaionid of thec haptes with Be Effective -n1 Sigmaa Chi at Rainbow its most oitstandilig chapter of the year, it wats liarned h fuuiitii ii the Genpral litr anliiiasliirne i,,, u iion fte Gieli. HedSept. First Springs. this we k. quater Social Organizations, daine soCoiptilve A ard Merits That Helped The Blue C i .ln d sitai eietieu, ied 'frterilties plan to This award is openfllrthe coi -tivities TheiHarvard Trophy was A few merits that h eltIpedPFlomake it a big week-end. Some petition of all PhitDhlt -hchapters thitawardt e ffeedt dAp ihniali have announced there ei the friH are going t have in the United States and Canada the active chapters of Phi Delta ognition include: The intrau i ncr'Ile se in leei ain iddid suanriateintieoin iday igh tht ae a llegesad uieri Theta and was the gift of the championshiponitheFliridafaastantialbenefits t iauhribaid atted the big die an fittita wiith ai lerllamet of more H-ar d Alumni Club in 1925. pus which retired the Tigert Toer effihiae thfirst fepi iuday night, while others plan to than 5,000 students. During the F ur pytepalte in ff1 the phy; partiiait i eery dl-U t attend both of the big dances and ast five years the Alpha chaptle G ebela.d Alumni Club pesentd y ai i y, ind membership it eh hold thei i private auctions in ha h ti n the Harvard Trophy the trophy wlihich bears its na e. individuals iniliay camlifpis -profit cinnitp-n te atenoon, theetmes. In the same year Judge Wiliam ganizations. Idividl Phi Delti sptosoa d h i-l The award is granted L the H. Bayes frou Ohio Wesleyana dded to he list of me its b atganiza iorving o sp oz huiptie ihich s ee te mist ',ener lyigave to the IrHtainingaUniversityahiiiOhrstancamt snen t9 s4s W. B, Parrish Radio Shop p iavuhi iuladuiug th ia fn2y, Founders e Trophy. In p ietlpositions ,,nitheh aldre p n theli alilC .tr s a wloead I nvda ()9,2t eal a dqa sado 1iia compus and the local hospitals, serve withTop: r CutuPit R~du, Sulk, let qiiauwhlei, anditulditiuid d hl i u ddtuii IhanT iat s i rebhe is who hold outstaditg belfed dethue f-urist, thi iawdd i iiu nation i g s 1it EDi Moed iUt, PiNst Publicrd inc i icepiti iir en pn' MG iS F. N idPh. iiS ,aoni a mp l affairs. scaled theI headquarters Trophy.In ta Th ad r DuuiiiFuu.lju ciee Il tacuutetetOff-hPi hiPutlciecotniatuabeitoi oeha-eui-l iniuuaeu ________'Ita n Each o the, trophes, -eepL I ii a -It u Ifaiii Dolt he a aethis awad a-~ the aHeaquarer TthIcs, a e o n hopital i sn t o"L dti, 1tu11)ttl -nually after reor'ts fom~ all equal significance, and ae award .,Hve1, due Io the cn rlc. chapter.____have__ieneil I,,.il Theiiiail ddresses Florida -,d nl-cotofahiitic ihiptuetfs i le in. Ph iHaed precisely on the saebasis vard Trophy award is the highest depending on the size of theinstiatandhi e LntiBi inease i ptl STUDENTS oahieaeit the d echaptet t tii at aa h f-fuati he i i a lili ea er f-pe tiiattaui, aid thue ilimpetichaptirs aeeloaed Tie fHa 9 lu t e tiuuese Ili lii i u~ ul Tie a~ hUihd Teohips at~fhailot ppihli Profession Looking Neil Ciiiuuuaiu PATRONIZE aativichaptetrif PIhieT hi d-i th eulaithare ilo olid or i feasee U els tas in the United States and Canat the hugest schools in the oun. To Youth For OnSepteber 1 the present con hada.hLasthyear'siictorsweeettracts will be cancelled and eKaNswsAlphaof Phi DeltatThpt t H New Ideas placed hon tfat ae( date aaihaMorthii I at the University of Kansas.hotoaPhIRHuimqaiet.ei.Ti.plup o th, unless the subscriber invee as are Gator Cab Co. ThreeSTgmpaisuOffereaM. alpr.smokCP.Afstret the office in writing with.legsuand u oy fe t ei-award SigmaNuSnake u atutuhi iteAocfui utatsFt, aid tuifdthtdosneGBislluu var TrC a .nmebe of the American Institute sh h4,26'.000 v f-pia Guileal tpy, s o nc u aelahe ih-IAu ieutfauaI iif Special Consieraton te o coperateureost Charmers Hold of Accounts, addressed m ubers o-w monthlifeesillpfli le fto II given byI To Students tly with their schools and t be a ufi dii Alpha fti, h rary aiuglI Contract and $2.50 for i -strongergrou in ideals adac. Patio Dance -ntiig flatemty, last Tuesday FamilyContractc.nILhgin. TtceuSnageChadmersadagma night at a banquet given at the N wb fitsla.e:. L h It Pile huake Chaimers, oigma Hi AlingtonIl Hotel. 1 Ac n, s ives club, ntetained membersA M. mak'cpeh, Lief-rincrease of $1 re day for iG Il and their friends last Saturday utssiun "emphasi-e the growth edalutn.ia d ii .r nodea Pelningat a dance held in the paof the accounting profession ini 2-. tt-inabenefi ti of the chapter house. this country.I H stated that Alhin-te-j The Snake Charmers we' r r-t resatrn twrd lsrr3. Anesthesia s up p1i es nd m iealow Thu L lL Fa1e-0anoIacSIlvlhiia tred tharud elu. i-i ganized May 27 of this yeac and lutiuns betieen aee t equipment when I fnihu d to aca loan. at that timeelectedM-itosiid Mrs. Vei d ta acoun in t hiutside M.D. a shf-etit iadmhinsdluuauuadMVl diit ind pactiein tih iteciiiuiustiii,,iiu, ''FIwrFrA"i chairmanand Mrs.st a-nts rist Mias secretary. Meetings are heid t a n ald at aintaln utue d4. Transfusion st-up t to t ,k nteinate Tdsdaysdnithen kt h utillef-the d $10 in any one dmnesion.herufuthe FortgillbesAosg.-2cithf-f. t o.Substntia increase in reiArrangements For The House Scottly Huderoln and Mrsa Robert ideas ad ipe atin iicsemeIt for hpital care in ylal sH seiatiaa hcuie honiitiued iithf-u iis Scotte Isco-hotessestinn-participating hospitals apCOrsages For The Girls salal gioap Tieyaua auidgo t faa hhooping, tic ueby c Medicl Apautiot and uhe f-I c i nsiaca h amore and more the accountant is iR yea fir the gu f rtgnaH e niity. making his place as a professional o thO diiec o is a g d uiThe uumittee frOm Epsilon Zetai ai on the level with doctors, Moderate Prices chapter which aokswith thc lawyer, and executives. Mr. Sakie Chaersa consists of: John Smak alIs stated thalt heat Four Million s ei Stanford, actiungg omaunuuder; ecatin fC.iP.it A 'swillinug falme Purser; Buddy Purser; ifout a greater advancement in Continued Fim Page LNE Altt 605 W. Main St. Phone 1021 W Max Sultz; and Tom JohnPson. Th'eL "Our Profession" than las been housemother, Mrs. Beggs, also asmade ini the past ixtypyeas Thei iv ifromi Dr. Tig rt, th9 "r 9 F sists in entertaining. college ien of today will formn mit Ou t ulI iiit of t i500 The following members paticithe akb e of th profession o t permanc t buituligs, three, pate in the club'hactiviti;s: Mrs. touru'Ow, and that on does ot stoI-e high, thereby achc.mmidatH Robert Abel, Mrs.Harold Colee, graduate from the school of exmng at least 1,000 ced stiduents. Mr. T.HCrawford, Mrs. My l perience." A possible location for thispr SaF u Mrs. Scotty Henderson, M. Smoak, was honorarily inposedfbuilding project would be Pone 46 Mrs. Leon King, Mrs. Hunter M.itiated to the Chapter. and preon what is co naly know as Eireth, Mrs. W. .M ims, Mrs. C. sented with a rcognition key. the Pinoson and-a 0 au,", tait Hit iaHOEfuFORcuHitH BR Wehi B. Rambo, Mir. Robert Scott, Mas. Da Walter J. Ma thcr y atte dof land purchased ldast Jauay by Version Sies, Mrs. John Sprague, ed the banquet as al honor guests -o F rai Mrs.Frnk Seholh, Mr. M. E. Following the banquet the in Ptha U e t did as hi Weekly Steves, Mrs. Albert Stratton, and iito fnwmme' a ed of their long range expansion prop FOOTMr. Frank Wilson. New members ini ,taed nclu',de: rm!orm OThe next function will be a party Prof. Harvey T. Deiner _ono This tract extends from the anAug. 26 i honor of the almuMich.; Wallace W. Hendes n' present west boundary of the U-inv ives of Gaiesville-_ Pensacola; James 0. Harison versiy campus at the city Iiits, NEW FALL ARRIVALS -sld Henry1Wood, Jacksonvill, wetward tothe vsubli. Sidney J. tm n, Miami Beach; vision, ndacsnrt nU vrMiladys Beauty Haold C. Pope, Panama City; sity Avenue.M George El. Tornwall, J., ClearFOR MEN Salo wtl; Raymond J. Hoote. Faura--S pA alon la, Ala; Robert H.c oojeen,Flint, Florida Gift p 0 TAF a Ncipi ;Jai a hacot, Lerao iity, HANAN & JA RMEN .Senidllitsc ____"_____RA_ Flu nhd Hid -f Scot, GaeisEutii V,ah Diputi Spec lists In All Lines nville. of Beauty Culture ROOM FOR RNT -Com_JuSt ReCtved $4000 -w~ FOR WOMEN RHYTHM STEP SHOES SELBY SHOES FOR THE KIDS WEATHER BIRD SHOES GREAT SCOTT. JIM DOUGLAS SHOE STORE West Side Of The Square All Shoes X-Ray Fitted 3arau. jones Otaner Phone 296 661 W. University Ave. WATCH CRYSTAL BROKEN? We carry a complete stock o f round ad odd shapes in gloss watch crystals in regular and ditto thicknss 50c 75c $1.00 FOR PROMPT SERVICE BRING YOUR WATCH TO CO L E S 423 W. University Ave. ortable corner rom xr large closet, innerspring mattress. One block from blis line to Uniiversityuiti-aot, suops eti-, One or ttoco-i-il arrie couple only. 32f W. Mechanic St. Phone 2tM8-J Shipment Of W. R. Case Knives 301 W. Univ. Ave. Gainesville, Florida Meet Your Friends At You Know What We Are Advertising Pool Tourney Every Thursday-Prizes Coldest Drinks in Town Across From The Campus Where The Elite Meet TO-"IJdii I I fronth m Frolicers enjoy an old fashioned square dance in the at the Farm Frolics dance given last Friday night. 'Below: os:ed" couple receive the award for having the beit cosio daiice, and are also crowned king and queen of Farm I Mif Of Total vets Adva tge Of GI Bill 1,300,00 World War II further stated that the GI Bill has now attending cOlbeen the greatest boon in history universities under the i aiding veterans in their read1 Tbrhisw i nthe! justment to civilian lives. "It has terns of World War provided a high speed, rehabilita Paul H. Griffith, Nation machinery ...that spard ander of the Amerithem the ghastly experiences of neglect which were the lot' of l number of veterans, American veterans after World Lacking advantage of War I," Griffithisaid. SRigits, in some form Government assistance to vet This includes educaerans has also proved a boon for its below,\ college leve d u c a t i o n -enabling untold b-training, uneiploythousands of veterans tocomplet ,nces and g-overrnment their schooling in institutions of higher learning that they would its of the GI Bill durotherwise have not been able to three years of operado. Reports from educators show eloquently for the charthat the GI student has been iakWorld War I Vetering better grades on the average nder Griffith said. He than non-veterans. Now Available dee Mixers .$9.95 .Coffee Makers, 8 cup .$5.45 an .............$ 8 .9 5 liks Radio & Appliances "Your Westinghouse Dealer" 0 310 E. Maii South Mat. Eve. Students 40c I44c Saturday 4AV! 44tRate 30c TODAY AND SATURDAY UMPHREY 10GAR -99AyP -XIS SUNDAY & MONDAY dn't wantD woman GLENN FORD 9 ing for me!" ui JANIS CARTER BARRY SULLIVAN TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY STARTS THURSDAY S NN ISO T HERN fit BARRY NELSON = Serving Good Things To Eat House And Auto Radios Repaired ELECTRIC PHONOGRAPHS 2-Day Sei ice PHONE 2308 Coflege Radio Pik Up .id Deulyr 935 W. Uive sth Avi Boyd's arber Shop Thi Shop I Air Conditioned 317 West Uniiirity THEPOLAR BAER ce Cream, Frozen Malts, Sherbett Open Dily Till 10 p.m Sunday Tili 00 p. Dat To Ls Eiari At Th Spnng Etul-s LufO With Snator bliutit At The State TODAY AND SATURDAY RADIOS ROWDY COMiC SENSATION! KENNY DELMAR I i PLUS CHARLES STARRETT In "Lone Hand Texan SUNDAY AND MONDAY GARY COOPER i "Meet John Doe And PAUL KELLY in "Spoilers of the North" TUESDAY ONLY INGRID if-MAN ROBERT MONTGOMERY 1I "Rage In Heayen WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY THOSE GLORIOUS DAYS OF RACCON COATS AND THE FLASK --. JEANNE RAIN In Margie" "Tht Ftily Tiitt" Big Movis. Lo Pti-t TODAY ONLY ANITA LOUISE in "Shadowedi And KEN CURTIS In 'Lone Star Moonliq SATURDAY THRU MONDAY FRED MACMURRAY In "Suddenly it's Spring And "Riding The Calif, Trail" TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAt KAREN MPRLEY In "The Unknown" And "Blondie Knows Best I I

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SUMMER GATOR 3 -~k.~ k~~CureNme Flavet Villages Get Playgrounds I ICollege Plans Marriage Rates One Expanded Course On University's Academic Hit Parade S.B John Schaut ied by sociologists in the fieldof service is strictly informal, and S ..e g, marriage and the family, isthat for the fsot part Prof. Ehrman days a week, 122 student, still birth at-the size of the family d-s such people to seek the haf-sle, ak ter easin te e-sows lgtdcrae o -avice of a doctor. pycolgit or Ch istry Auditorium wherthey I not necessarily ather professional agent who is Processing Of Fruit take the most popular of all fsct the nation's m n p r best equipped to handle a partiAnd Vegetables elective courses, Marriage and the strength, for the ever progressive 111ff problem. Taught Family. medical science is sering te Marriageland the Famly at the To Be TaughtDi public health and lifelexpectancy University of Florida is a course .amilyidmfuch faster fhah is the d rese whh me 11ffs under the DepartGratay expanomi rsis n .t Mrg.dbFoilysdn h r Bybut 8-the e f Sociology. Prof. Eran, Floida fruit and vegetable promg a bo ig business these pp at on u ain sol h is a professor of sociology, ce ging re planned in the Univer llg l t eeven more stable than it is toalso Is charge f Marriage and y of Frida College of AgriculIn colleges and universitiesfaday!the Faily which, in itself, is re beginning with the 1947 fall umphry Bogart gives Barbara S rs. Carrots" payingtoday at th the United States enroll l IlI I/N P f-111ff f41f1 11f Sif-IIfii1nylg for thIlypUlf cour11111 fffflCllug"1flff 111, Ff11117 11 11, 11ue toits1i s Cllding to Dean TH. H-tanfyk rough treat nt in "Twoe Florida Theaterh eCo rsef urs nres We i ne abut pssibf fig puarty. 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'4 SUMER ATOROver 375 Florida Cover Girl Contest Opened Men Tak Exa Y EdMen Take Exams For Next Year's Editions E U B~T E onter University By Orange Peel Editors Many Veterans And The editors of the Universit Hjgh School Grads variety magazine, The Orang.eHi h I peel, announced today the openIn Group ing of a contest to secure cove Over 37.5 prospective freshmen girl' photos for the 1947-48 issues took placement examinations held of the magazine. s here August I and 2 for-entrance CoInplete Overhating Planned into the University of Florida this editor Jack Doherty announced fall. The group which attended inthat plans for the new Peel inlauded many veterans, although elude the makeup of the magazine the majority were non-veterans and redesigning the cover. Dowho have recently graduated from herty announced that the cover highS school. girl contest opens today ana will All tadens tritg t I close on Sept. 26. SWhile photos of versity of Florida, as freshmen, University co-eds are preferred, for the first time are required toa the only requirement is that they Ca submaitted by Unaaersity alaain a requirement for entrance ciepts. Photos should be similar to into the University, these examithat used on the May issue of the nations also serve, to some degree. eel,tthat is, they aaust not be as a vocational guidance. A prosstudio shots. Outdoor shots are pectivestudent may also pick up preferred. The prints submitted a few credit hours, in lieu af tak must be at least 8 1-2 x 11 inches ing some of the "C" courses, if in size, or they must be of suitable his score in any particular field, quality to be enlarged to that size. or fields, is high enough. The Orange Peel staff will select Around 1,50 applied to take three photographs from those sub -the examinations given August I mitted for use on the covers of tle and 2, although only 375 turned Decemnber,February and Julieis-!! athathttime. However, another sues. Although the contest will not Jack Doiert series of placement tests are close until Sept. 26, one winner will scheduled for September 15 For be announced on Aug. 29 in the until Septmber 26. One winner any others who wish to elter here Florida Alligator. The remaining others'aAuehpewTe ? r1-f,habgk Ithis fall as freshmen. two will be selected later and anwille anaouncea on Aug.29. --nounced about the first of OctaTwo others will be announced on ber SubmittingE the first of October. Iea a Submaaaiting Eatrles ~5. The winning photos will be Entries may be mailed to Edipublished on the covers of the UsSavlvenaitno, tor, Th'e Orange Peel, Florida UnDecember, February and May isProfesso C. E. Carlson of the ion, or they may be left at the Unsues. School of Forestry willl be the ion desk in care of the Peel. Judges will be the editors of the g u e s t speaker for the next Rules for Orange Peel Orange Peel. No prints will be reregular meeting of Thyrsus, canaCover Contest turned unless acco panied by aypus atiacultura-soaity Tatsday I. All photos must be submitspecific request in writing. evening,Aug. 12,,at 7p.n tdlay stdetsfthtettlUnliversity --Praofttaor Carlsan'a ~jtwl ofFlrid a T ee sjectsl__HaSbe 'aame Managemet,a t ndall ever, need not be University stuW e$leySeries Ha members and other interested per(tentsa sons are invited to attend 2. The prints submitted must Four Speakers The meeting will be held in roo lae at least 8 1-2 x 11 itches in 2G7 of the Agriculture building. size, or the negatives must be of The Methodist Wesley FoundaRefreshments will be served fol suitable quality for enlarging. tion will sponsor a series of dislowing the meeting .3. The t prints must not be stucussions and suppers every Sundio shots. Outdoor shots are day evening for four weeks startpreferred. ing August 1. r n ie l~t'tt~taaL ag agatt sYou Are Invited 1 4. Prints must be Submitted to The first discussion will be led the editor of the Orange Peel by Allen Anderson, member of the To Vesoer ServIce eareThe Florida Union, camp1943 Florida debate team. He willT pus. Entries will be accepted discuss "Debating." The second All Students are cordially itdiscussion onthe following Sunvited to attend the Vesper Servday will feature Dick Anderson a i'Ces to be held in the Florida, P1tronize Florida Blue Key member, who union ditorim at 6:30 wxill discuss "Student Government dayr teie. Da-. F. maltkaak Politics." mtttttoatthy tattlt'ttatiyt Dt' College Inn Barber ac Ra o r 'n rment who is an ordained COaah Ray Walt, Flarika't taw intt'ert t w itb tatspakr football mentor, will be-the third tiistruailS Sat'eUt a ket on the schedule. He will speak thi SStaday. abaOtGat'r taatall ta Augast Cefreshments, are serve] at an 24. informal gathering in the West Flkal atak dU adeaaak. ttLoutge!immediately after the -~. -aLltt SGAl N ESYILLE LAU NDRYE I AND In The Basket Dry Cleaning Steaks -Shrimp Phone 48 & 49 Reaular Meals U TO 4 DA SERVICESONeLAUNDR 3 TO 4 DAY SERVICES ON LAUNDRY 2 TO 3 DAY SERVICE ON CLEANING STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES EDDIE HILL -Located North of Thonas Dorm HOURS 4 TO 6 MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY GRADY SMITH-Tomporary Dorms & Flavets Fletcher Auto Rentals U -DRIVE -IT SERVICE LATE MODEL CARS A PRICE AND A PLAN TO SUIT YOU 509 W. Univ. Ave. Ph. 144 ORANGE AND BLUE Fine Foods and Delicious Sandwiches WE SERVE Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner OPEN 24 HOURS 1016 W. University Ave Sandwiches Fountain Service Campus Canteen Across From Science Hall Open 6:00 A. M. WRUF Has Trained Many Florida Announcers, Engineers, Writers, Begin AtStation When In Need Of INSURANCE See clntos Insurance Agency 206 E. 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S. Rubber Co. 12.95 reduced to 6.95 GO LF BALLS Top Grade Air-Flite, Kro-Flite, Gold Cup K 28 3 for $2.25 S A LE ON E W EE K 0NL Y Friday Aug. 8th Through Saturday, Aug. 16th 1940 W. University Ave. Phone 1406-W By Travis Messer what they are. The "Voice" is fastation jobs. tten Dealt Hudson plays, whn vorably represented on the flats tat ttatin tat never tasan tnRed Barber describes an ec tg major networks in addition to tended as a laboratory prot t tallSeries play, nobody says gobs of stations all over the naor an educational medium. Stuso, but what you hear s "The tion. atItstaaaaledaariagtt Voice of Florida." Began 1928 -needs of a going independent Major Garland Powell, director WRUF was opened in 1928 as radio station. T11wsuaeass of the of Station WRUF, is justly proud an arm of the General Extension studtent-help plan is indicated by of WRUF alumni. Every year the Division. Major Powell was made the fact that never, in the hisstation sends out a new crop of director in 1929, and in 1930 the tory of the station, have more radio specialists; announcers, wristation became an independent than aix non-student employees ters, engineers, what have you. branch of the University. It was been on the payroll at any one "GoodWI7ll ambassadors," the Maat this time that the Major rectime. tr calls them, and that's exactly ommended the use of students in Slany Make Big Time In recounting the forerWRUF men who have stepped into the big time, the Major pointed ou tat "the list is too long to give each man the play he deserves." Despite this admission, some 0 names Were mentioned as being "worthy >ax> of mention." Red Barber, CBS dip rector of sports, and Dean Hudson, orchestra leader, were among the first mentioned. A few others were: YJimmy Sirmons, niasuper S visor of CBS; Budkdy Ebsen and Bob Andrews, movie actors -Dave Russell, manager of a Texas station; Orville Anderson ant B Daretr Pawel ryai, kitt t diotle State Department's Review Department, adapted for radio by shows. Committee on Visual and A tio a Joe Devlin of WRUF's staff, anl Among the positions mentioned Material. Worded in the cold, imtranscribed by the Florida Radio were news directors, tusic direcpersonal language of officialdom, Guild, a branch of Florida Playtors, television dil-ectors, program it stated simply that "We are reers. >atitra, manaP ers, a s s i s t a n t turning your transcriptions of MaPwll s'ed that WRT mnanagerathe works. 'Flarida Ider Five Flags,' which is applying for ystenay modkThe latest "ambassadors" to were used in Paris dla e uring nation and facsimile facilities. leave WRUF were: Bill McReyUNESCO month." This was durWhen queIa toned about the posnolds, Ted Covington, Elliitt ag Noyember and December of sibility of installing television,lie Heai, nr-sa -usy, Preston 1946. OESCO is the abbreviated replied that such a possibility, if Wood, 'Erni' Stanley, and Jack designation of the United Nations' there is any, is remote. "Too many Shealy. Educational, Social and Cultural factors are involved" he stated. .Program Plays in Paris Organization. "Florida Under Five For instance, a co-axial cable servAnnouncer Covington A recent feather in WRUF's cap Flags" was written by Dr. Rem-. ing* Central Florida Stations would came in the form of a letter from bert W. Patrick of the History be pre-requisite to television. Faculty Has Added Theta Ch AIu New Director AttentionStaff Members Al ss Chatpter Formed N e a kaf f members and reporters Appointedoroek Mr. Harell replaces C. H. Jorfor the Summer Gator are reAlmost 300 Teachers1 Appointed To dnwos e h oiino minded to checked the bulletin The Theta Chi A lumni Chapter at, whotratignthbaositionttttboard in the Gator office this of Gaaesville was organized July P y l associate director December 31, afternoon for assignments due During Past Year 31 when the local alumni met at 1942. Mr. Harrell will devote apnext week. the house of Tau Chapter and for-L .Hre ofLebrFa, rxmtl w-thirds of his time There will be a meeting of the ally petitioned the grand chapter L.-Hat-llatLastrFlaIprximately t a i m atr a y A Latest Appointments for a charter. Pending the arrival has been appointed assocat dicon acting F o r i d a ptharmaacist S attmme (at. Monday, bagust Sing Total To 297 of this charter the elected officers rector of the Bureau of Profesand physicians. Iat It te leaida Uioa.a. assume temporary status. signal Relations or the Schl iS tat-ttItlF idalt-tat. Eugene Kitching, of the College Pharmacy, effective September 1, The latest appointments of four of Education and "the P. K. Yonge 1947. ReligIous Calendar more facultymenmers announced Laboratory School faculties, was Mr. Harrell is a graduate of the HAPTIa following Board of control aelected president of the alumni Leesburg Hiagt-School, class of nAi-tirog )r day: Noondayli : m proval,Itrig to 297 the total addichapter. Serving with him are the 1932. He obtained th' degree of tions made to the mtaructional following officers: B. S. in pharmacy at St Uni10 1 staff of the University since July, Vice president, Dr. E. W. Garversity of Florida in 1936. At that ;tt1tay I 's-s, 7tad 10:30 ttan. iiiiHalt Chapel; welk 194Ga Two of the appointments are ris; secretary -treasurer, Travis time, he also became a Florida morning A1Zs sdaT;:NewM '1) ,7301.1. to the College of Education, one Lotten, and as the executive con-. registered pharmacist. .saday:tAtCh,,e a intrntia. toly* NCommion. 9 i.m.; to the College of Arts and Scimitteemen, Dr. Fred H. Heath and Since Mr. Harrell's graduation, BFr:akn-t w in w lz l'. r Sorvics: 11 a.m.: laaences, and the fourth to the ColDr. E. Ballard Simmons. Dr. Simhea hat yad wide experience in i6 latt HfBit n-ktdinistratin. mons is also regional counselor for Florida retail pharmacy, having CopliI, 16:15 I. ((xce]t inA111 IThas appatatntets ertae a-Theta COldbeeStatnageroseveratal stat-t-e a T AN no ced by Peside nt JohnrJTi-Th e purpose of the newly organwell1 a astore oenerl Healso Stniday Sorvice Ill Plorida IllmiAuitmriiim it 11 za.m1. tas curriculum planning for ized group is to promote fraternal served as a representative for the yttr a the fall term beginning September activities at the alumni leel, as Mallinekrodt Chaical Works for -: I r. 22 entaanat 't-at phate. aell as to aid the localeactive a period of one year covering four W'an They are listed as follows: chapter whenever possible. Southern states. He served in the I a -a a Ida. DOnaaikl. taiasan. ast-lCharter members in addition to armed forces duringWorld Warn-ah't,,;a1',pmi ciat professor of psychology, ColSlat alt :Leps, Sig II aa a taptaat tat ta MedkIal ar'ala n It lege of Arts and Sciences, former J assistant professor at the UniverPrince, Jr., g.,Adkiet, J., sity ofallintote. Gorge~ F. Bridlgesa,0. Emmtt sat Idly. StatS a McGriff, W. A. McGriff, Jr., NorMrs. Dorothy C. Stephens, teach-mnM. Dennis, Grady Harrison, er, P. K. Toge School, College. Jam .Idaresa, Ida ky Iata of aEducatioaan, 10 years teaching llgwrth, Leon Henderson and experience elementary school Jack ohannosn7R R T and in coeges.3Ja hannon. Charles H. Hamblen, Jr., instrtSr, Bureau of Educational Degree Appllctatna Rsarcal, Olaega of Education, All students expecting to rermerhigh school teacher of soteralegr e tt'atte en'TENeNR E cl s at-esandcah. secondaateraate 1947lSI5CatttatatTENNIS FRAMES-1/l4 OFF n-Sla D. Pareras aaa.aaettaa inaQ',t~iare rett inded l th Satao, at ttntitg kdparatet tollege atf Satrday, Auag. is tet aadlie Wilson, Spalding, Lee, Wright & Ditson, Bancroft. Business Administration, former for making application othe E TS I IS. $.5rdcdt 75 se agentwithBureaaa ofaIne tatsatrtO iLnt ge teSEA NET SWIM PFINS .,.$9.95 reduced to $7.50 isttala, Ut-tmt110, Langagea SEA NET SWIM FLIPPERS .7.5 eue o 55 Students For Bg T

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C AL K__________ TALK By J. M. Gay ummer ou Call ars Head Foot all Coac h ty Wolf andl Coaches .arn Nv Allister and Dave Fuller wv ie proba tly smiinwhen thev ch0"ee!ill from their i espectiv%'e va I Li o Is,; latst vwee k-(:n d. W ithj the tou'lh 3G season beh(Aind n o am v sfrS ot them they have what looks like smoothersoig aheacd. New faces li StaIhy i. t. Championship Race Gets Underway u well' in n hll l tG eraickrt 1ll. l~ t ite l t leof With 12 Gamis, Brackets Drawn 1"y 11il loor a lt it 11s1.; er11 of the bet(,;rcn r f > hia d Lc i ro izzol Ifr,>m New York. Tomnmy spivoha and Hiud Overby, University student partieipating in file National Skeet Shoot in Syracmse, NwYork, this week, couldn't wait till they got there to unlimber their gun arms. Theik two gunners, who were accompanied by' another gtinner, W a I I v r Junigmeyer, ,topped off illes Virginia for aL tri-'a't',I Shoot :and ('al111red the two-Ilmntieaml shoot. Donl Cokk 1, ole of two Unliver' sity contributions to the Gaines1 ville G-Men, is fast proving himself to be the fanciest h-~urler on The iace or the t io ipSit' st Stsn Witt elve games being up uni t m it re yste l tof the ga Des went ing to pre-se.,son pre(-c-cion. last season'., champs and ri up all winning games in th spective bra(,kets. Brackets fatLhe softl L test are as follows: Bracket I -ATO, PKA KS, SN, and Baptist Unior Bracket 1I PDT, KA, SX. SPE, and Muckman Rs Eracket IIPGD, TEP PKT, BTP, ind TX. IBracket IV -Alachu: Base, Wesley Foundation, Sum m or G tor START TRAINING S P 0 R TS! G1"*RA'Ns FIRST OF SEPTEMBER Football coaches Ray Wolfe, --Ye r'sTea sF l McAllister and Dave Fuller 11eturned t. the campus la-3t we-ekCn1aftei short vacations to prepare fofthe grruelling workouts tEE E (I 0UNhat begin for t i t on the p the team. A southpaw, Coker' turn in a neat three-hitt TRAMURALS Ngainst the Daytona Beach Island_ers Mondny night. The Islanders i cluS bbttingi It l e NEAR (OMPLETIO The oft:q heard elaimi of the RS e, t ii I IN THREE SPORTS quart those owners that their t ponies are fast enough to show Play negred completion their hee l lt s the fancy t oreek in the three indi oughbreds itf a quarter-mile race spirts sponsored this sessi was proved the oti r day when the Intramural Department. Barbara M., champion Ar1,zon1a sports are Ping Pong, Han COW pony, outstrippd the Irish n h Tennis Mixe iDoubles florougmhbed Fair Truckle, by In Ping, Pong, Beville Outl two and one-ialf lengthto u tutuOcala ii Dieet Jay Berkr ture a reported $100,000 pur oston while Philo Brasch winner take all. Time 1 3/t Puerto Rico will plY secondshields of Gainesville i Seii-finalis. The finals I There's likely to be a mad rush played oil august 11. To gai whn t the gates open at Tampa's positions, Outlaw beat G Phillips Field Nov. 1 for the g .ame 21-11, 21-12; Berkman wo0 with F iurman. Dean Stanley, in a frfeit; Braschi eat Boring .speech before the' Gator Boosters 21-8; and Shields beat Dew of Tampa last Monday, said the 1, 21-23, 21-5. students will, for the most part' nteHnbl he eected inside the permanent sta em-fnaissre JimnHFll will have to take "pot luck"' in mnan. The final games, wv Iiii played o 6August 13. geat in sorthe lar-ecrowd expectIn the tennis tournament. ed in he not too Clarge stadium. and Sue Wise of Gainesvill their quarter-final match b feit and were scheduled to the winner cof the match be Theatre BeaUty Salon, Experts in Barbara Mason of Jacks all departments. All types of latest and Norman Allen of Bost Fifth Ave. hair styin ) 349 W. UniLevant DeWolf of Criesent versity Ave., Florida TCheatre Bldg. and Eunice Horne of Jacks( Phone 456. in the f qals. NEHI -ROYALCRWN O BOTT LING CO. T HE LARGE RED AND YELLOW LABELED 12 OZ. ROYAL CROWN COLA NOW RETAI FOR Try our 6 oz. We hCOLA. It's the best aown. We also make \best Nehi Flavors-Ti -aFruit Orange, Grape, Ri Beer, Strawberry -I them you'll like 'em. I dn itLeA ingredients used m ing all Ossour nks ohl~rne an red o fth e santy-ualityed money can buy. We have the best water filtration system obta at 15 parts per m iioDn, it alsD removes the ganic matter that cDuse Dff flavors and odrsnDt consumed sDDn after it it bottled. We invite you to drop in our plant any t and see how our products are made. PICTURE GREETING CAR S SUPPLIES FRAMING AkTISTS Sunshine Fountain 140 North 9th. St. Open 10:00 A.M. 'Til 11:00 P.M. MODERN FOUNTAIN SERVICE ICE CREAM MALSTS MILK SHAKES TOASTED SANDWICHES COFFEE ICE CREAM IN BULK, PTS, QTS, GALS. BICYCLE REPAIRS WE PICK UP AND DELIVER W"TONIS SIXTY MRS -AN HOUR? wm1 TR pEL 4 PROMP i EASTER T-WHlt MATSSA-YI CAR5sISNISSEE! titi fo. swimming, as Camp Waubiergwas also closed on those days. Al Shoes Rebuilt The Factory Way We Have Water Proof Soles For Extra Wear Work Done While You Wait For that "Better Kind" of Shoe Repair TRY THE NEW Modern Shoe Shop Phone 97 134 W. Main St. N. Opposite First National Bank (:hamTi~t, Scagle Hall, 1n0bc.ats, and Ii the first bracket, the ATOs played h N '(been defeated by the Pikes, dayv. 4-2, ind by Sigma Nu. In the latter game SIN gained 11 runs offSof SwithIT, h sts while the losers pounded nesout 10 hits to -ain 7 runs. In the g irj reother game of this bracket, the SAEs led by the hitting of Kehoe con. and Johnson beat the Kappa Sigs i who were paced by the batting of SAE, Williams. The SAEs pounded out 12 hits to gain 10 runs to win the DTID,-iSe while the Kappa Sigs hit 9 iC. to iring in 8 runs. PKP, In the second bracket the KAs + beat the Phi Delts 4-3 the Delts Air corning back from thIros at Beef session, beat the SXs 19-7 and -Bilckman B&C beat SPE 12-6. Smith was star for the Delts, etting five hits; includingT one triple and two doubles, for five times atbat. The Delts collected 16 more it to n while Sigma Chi gainThe results of Bracket III were D a tfollows: itit8, h2Tg ie Dn o Co a BTP 3; and PGD 4, TEP 3. No this details were available on these visual games. Tw o lorida iS eniittt Sionl by, In Bracket IV the Beef Trust a These beat Sagle Hall61412Athe Bibndball, 1 t etCO64 n ele a e a lC r e n t d e Foundation beat Alachua Air Basei an of t ames will continue throughout Joe Eaton And Din C.kerP.ay i the summer session and will be With G'tte Club it layed as scheduled in the IntraL teis Tr al Bulletin. In case of post-B Peggy Clayton tie ponement the ame will be played Combining til pf iat the end of the session. ball career with full-time stildies iitihtt i at the University of Florida sounds t O it itttL i i possible, doesn't it? But it'tbe-y n by ing done successfully by two stu-. 2-, iltdents, Joe Eaton, of Tallahassee, olf 21-and Don Coker, f Bradenton. Joe is the alert first basemanC f Ih foithe Gainesville G-Men and also shAa bitter.ieextects to i L T months. A schedule of classes from i The Gtor Boosters of Tampa, 9:30 to 12 each morning plts at ryro gopofapoximl-ately 20 civic ball game every night keeps him e Won !and uies edrs of that city, busy. Three or four dasawe )Y foragreed in a meeting Monday that he and his teammates leave about meet the time is right for a sell-out for 2:30 p. m. for anr out of town etween the Florida-Furman football tilt game, not returning until 2 or 3 nvlescheduled for Tampa Nov. 1. o'clock the fo :wm7mrn,. on vs. The club is attempting to prove Even this Atrojan s c h e d u Ie City to University of Florida officials doesn't keep Faton .m.n. ;onville ta ap deserves one of the tainier atverygood average, betergamsf '9 eap~ one points. He has played non-Profes suig esional baseball and football for a game of the year. logtmbgniga enHg Dean Stanley of the College of ln ie einn tLo ih Health and Physical Education Scholi TTllahasse fd onI eEton her, ttedig he eeingalngPresbyterian College, South Carowith Percy Beard, athletic deliain194'5. Joe says he'll keep parmen buines mnagr, n pnla1ying baseball as a hobby and half with the Eastern Air Lines Joe Shermans, newly appointed recreation even after he has resemi-pro team in Miami. He playsports publicity director, addressceived his diploma. ed baseball with an army team, ing the group, said: He lives with his wife and two and after his discharge in 1945, "You don't have to persuade us children, a boy, 4, and a girl, 4 Coker played a year of pro ball that Tamnpa should have what it months, in Flavet 1. in Atlanta. ho considers a good game every year'; o okr GMnptching Don says he does muchtof his fo-therpele inatthe West oas ration antudsninterested a1incissle utof-town gam es.e apprev c got to goawher we can an ie~1etsol eet s a teOto make necessaryclass get the crowds. What you peo~ wasebllisvnoye ssgo w hente he baH s-foseaLS ple need in order to enable us to All-State pitcher from Bradenton a shdlssshdesxdys get the kind rnf game you want *is High School. 1 s:a0wtek.2Graduatchdunewix daysfor a bigger stadium and a full crowd. A long baseball history stan1da oinrauton yelars. fo This year get organized so You behind this young pitcher. After oke in vesou nwoFyars. wt hs can go and sell out the stadium. being graduated from high school Coeliesadndaugh er, Conithaged 'H-ow about it ?'" in 1942, he played a year and a %ieadauhr-Con, gd Chesnut Office Equipment Co. Change In Pool Schedule, tated "COMPLETE OFFICE'OUTFITTERS'' The University swimming pool wvill bc closed on Tuesday and LAKE ITYFLA.Thursday instead of Monday and BOOKS GAKNESVILLY, FLA. STATIONERY Thursday. GAINEvlLL, FL.11lis "a.% done, pool officials reported, to giv'-cstudents more Fresh Dixie Creme Donuts Every Day 215 W. Univ. Ave. Hour-Just Phone 130 Worries Are Over-For Lowest in Price CallPaul's F 130 No. 9th St. Overall Sports Picture Shows 42 Wins And 42 Losses By 1.D. Brannon In basei Florida won 11 of A quick look at the records Of 29 games during the year. The t s t s Gators played several stron that the Umversity of Florida has 412 wins and 47 losses in th-e overteams such as the Tamnpa Smoke all win and lost column of all e s and the DeLan Red Hatters. contests. Season's end found the Litd eowaethe s-re(Athe Gators with a i72 average in in-.tL sd tercollegiate competition D me Floridas track team won three FIilittt. t iemi i 1 i meets and dropped two. The track season got underway with;i lthe -_i ';," (" r, 1. Gators entering the North Caroliilornia ,Jtx XA na Indoor Meet and placing ti 5 fourth. The Yellow Jackets of' GeorgiaR Tech were the intercollegiate match and the Engineers Li I took this contest, 68 2-3 to 57 1--3.1 The boys from Gatorland jourtitttttiiitt. neyed to Athens, Ga., to meet the li I -:, ins Bulldogs. The Gators did every((11iIt ZENiiI iiX thing but swallow the Bulldogs in t'1gtth taking all firsts and a majority Pd TaGn of the seconds to win the dual meet, 1131-2 to 122-3. The deep outhen Bti bys thentedgedMissisEd n Miittiltttit futiiD. ttitty OL DEN FR burn, 52 to 72, and defeated Uni-7, ersit of Miam to round out theT regular session by an 86 to 31 .S7,JaxN TTC5 utuidloititi ititugi fbi uippt count. The Southeastern Confer.lVta ence meet was next and Florida In golf Florida won three and placed sixth. lost four; swimming the Gators Florida Relays won two of six, and in tennis the The outstanding track event of Gators won three lost five, and the year for Florida was the Flortied one. ida Relays held at Fleming Field. Go I I There were no team points given Flrd" 1, -e~ol 1 for this event, but if there hadtFtItorii(It 2 1-2, d a 1 n1-2 been Florida would have won the Florida 8, Ali:m1iI) event. Teams entering were Tent nessee, Auburn, North Carolina, I rid 1 ens 1 South Carolina, Duke, Vanderbilt, S,%inmii IVercer and Florida. Rowe, MerPlorida r 1-2, Clem-,in 2: 1 -:. ver University's only representa, i2,n' v I tive, was judged as the best indiFi 8 Y 1D-C2,nTchi1-2. vidualist of the meet. Floril1 e:n mory --------.-_ _ o t i a :11 ';1. T ec h -1 FINALS SLAMED V m da 1, S esml1 BILLIRD TO RNEY Florida entered the Southeastern Conference tournament and This week-end will see the complaced, third. pletion of the Billiard Tournament Listed,below is a complete sumbeing conducted by the Florida mary of all athletics at Florida Union. All final matches are to be during the 1946-47 seasons with plaed oda at4 pm. won and lost records, points foi playd toav t 4 ~m. and points against: In the pocket billiards, 'R. D. W.1.t. 1)r. DZ Pc Morot has still to play his semniFootball ( 9 o 1 fi: (, 1 .00( final match to enter the final "cir 21022( 291 .;; cles," but the remaining brackets Teni > 1 7 4 .7 in all events are c o m p I e tMisebal 415 01 ,7 256 .18 ed through the semi-finals. In the Tai .3 2 0 71 /( 291 /3 .(O lower bracket W. McNulty won Bshil1 08 SJi .8 from D. Ramsey to gain one finnalist berth. McNulty won out over the folo-wlig: dr ewvea byetin second and topped him by 50-43; Third match saw McNulty trim DouBroome by outscoring him,-E LA McNulty win from D. Ramsey, GOLDEN FRI Charles Edwards and T. E. STEAKSDavis are the finalists for th e straight rail billiards events. EdSA NDW IC H ES-Fi wards came through the upper bracket in this manner: first .match, won from F. Valcarcel, 30N r 50-48, won from C. S. Adamns by 33 ot default in the second, and beat J. T. Carney, 75--54. T. E. Davis first Ileat T. Trantham, 50-49, then W. McNulty, 50-39, and in his semifinal match he won from F. G. Owles. 75-62. In the final event, 3-cushion billiards, W. McNulty, a finalist in this match as well as pocket bilT E liards, won from F. G. Owles, to the "tune" of 25-14. He then won from F. Valcarcel to the "stringa total'' of 25-16. The semi-final run e s n saw McNulty win from D. J. Protz, 50-33. T. Scott, finalist in the lower bracket, won from D. A. Broome, then he beat D. Andrews, and finally eased by T. Davis, 5049. The two finalists are Scott and For Your Convenience McNulty. L ~And Free DeliveryS PARK R DINNERS IED CHICKEN -OMELETS MOUNTAINN SERVICE Ninth St 1Wives we have new Low Pricesrvice Leaving Store Every 3 And Your Shopping r the Finest in Foods and od Mart Phone 1303 THE PRIMROSE GRILL Opposite Florida Theater The Best Place To Eat 1 1 1 AK in the rue oot Try rhe akare ,hat tinOt t is als, by low or-if ime practice f'eld Sept. 1. Other coaches, Ted Twomey (line), Buster Brannon (backfield), Patti Severin fend), and -Julius Batista (assistant) had already ietuined to take ip the business at hand. Appioximnately 70 candidates, including, mostly freshmen and sophomores, are expected to don Liniformus when practice begins. Somne of the freshmen who looked good in sum itpractice were Sam Cole and his running mate L.oDen BroadTs, Jacksonville; Ray Gatch, Eustis Lewis Perozzolo, ElniaEN. Y BO and Lex Gardner iMcDonal M hio .Injuries slowed down some of the other high school stars who were expected to standO out The Gators will meet their first opponent this year in Jacksonilewhen they tackle Mississippi epmer27. Following, this ame will be tias with Norh Texais State, Auburn, North Carolina 1State, North Carolina, Furman, Georgia, Tulane, and Miami. PORTRA ITS IDENT. KODAK, AND COMMERCIA L PHOTOS E He BONE '109 E. Main S. Ph. 20 86 Stea--Shim ow You Can Again Ordea ade-To-Measure TUXEDOS AT 421 W. University Ave. IThe Basket Seaks-Shrm Sa ndwi ches IFountain Service Campus Canteen Across From Science Hall 3Open 6:00 A.M. & M

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From Frolics To Rotary Presses Time marches ol, and it stops for no finls us with coeducation--problems to one. For instance, plans w ere laid for solve, d ormitories to build, expansion Summer Frolics weeks back. Today, it is plans to make.W e mus advance 1 here. It comes with time, and it catches time. And as far as the University is hoee t4411144 ew1ho1ar4elwditinutl1 growing, it should be able to switch to this rlnig4toslephone.arwaig ndate. long pants as soon as it finds itself able. One big plan in keeping with the growth Time marches oi. And this week-end -iaU -r ,-i-n pn .T > 10 a Umvi1eusity1 1)iuilg 1114114 Time people will pass away the time. Old Shouldn't find us short. The Idea of a friends will reunite; happy times will be printing press has been discussed before, in the air. It is a divers9on11 from the thrown out the wrindoiw several times, but classes which run from early in the tUe and the 4111th of toe University morning to late at 1ght from cho1w and keeps bringing it back before us. There theatre lines, from hot and crowded days must soon be a way. of studying. And it should rightfully be Time marches on, and it catches a few a diersion.,They 1i(11stop to adiu --those who have to phone for a date tothis University. And they have a lght to day. Time, however, finds some prethe point of view that this is a great Unipared. Two fellows in Leesburg found a varsity, for, as a matter of fact, it is tops way. They eliminated type and mats and in the nation in many instances-the stuluot 44 aud high costs of printing. They dent government, the Law and AS 1ran across photo-engraving coupled with schools, the forestry, pharmacy, radio electromatic typewriters, and are printstation. These have been brought aboo4 ing a 12-page weekly with a brand-new through time. process-cheaper, and, oh, yes, it saves And time marches on. There w ill be time. mord Frolics as time goes by. Still, there Time marches o, and the Univesity will be many late planners. You can't will have no printing plant whe1 it is beat time; it slips up o you. It ta es necded. We have to make a date nowmuch planning to keep time' from finding plan now, or o'e will be phoning for help you short. in 1957, 1967, and oil and on. Time marches ouo. And this year it Time Marches 01. ThatIt Would Read Like Fiction' In releasing his future plans this week, write about, much that should go down President John J. Tigert indicated that in life's records to further the coming 4114. BONr position4woul1d bave to afford generations. We feel, too, that someone would also have to take time off to write him ample time for writing several books a book oi1 his accomplishments. which he. has begun, but has been unable Dr. Tigert has been more than a buildto finish because of the great work ener of University property. He is a piotailed in his duties here. neer in several fields. He came to GainesAs for food for thought, and as a twist ville in 1928 from .the duties of U. S. to the above item, it seems as though it Commissioner of Education, and the would take several people months and. measure of his service can be Indicated years to write a book on President Tiby the growth of a young, struggling colgert's work at this University alonelege into a great institutiol which not facts'that are not found on paper in his only constitutes the University's physical files, or o 1 the physical growth of this equipment but its educational standing. University. Instead, it is imbedded in The ma chosen as his successor will the graduates of the University for the find the hard work done and the bluelast two decades now strung all over the prints drawn for a greater State Univerworld, ad also in the great cultural sity. It was Dr. Tigert who helped to deachievements he. has made possible velop an1 alertness in the State. to the though his capacities as an educator and needs of Florida education. character builder. This would be such a dramatic, pioWe feel that Dr. Tigert has much o9101to .141r sory that it would read like fiction. Not A Complaint, But a Recommendation "Student ooned and student cona part of the Summer Gator's reading trolled 1is not merely a motto to decopublic. rate one of the front-page "ears" of the Yet, these non-student readers are not Summer Gator. It is more than just a subscribers or otherwise fioancial supmotto-it is the fact of the matter. porters of the campus newspaper. The "Student ." means that this paper is number of weekly copies consumed by financed by students alone. Eighty-five this large group of non-subscribers greatcents for regular soesters and thirty ly diminishes the supply available to the cents for summer terms is deducted from -.paying student-subscribers. each student's registration fee. This enHowever, this is not a complaint. The titles the student to a full semester's or purpose of this editorial is not to issue a term's subscription to the campus "news complaint, but, rather, a recommendaorgan.'' tion. The Sumner Gator appreciates For the number of students enrolled this "outside" group of readers, and very each semester, that number of papers are much wishes to keep them as part of its published for each 9se-no more-we reading public. can afford to publish only so many paThere is an old journalistic adage that pors as are paid for. a paper worth reading is worth paying But oin Friday, the usual publication for." We know for a fact that a vast day, not every student gets his papernumber of non-subscribers on campus ensome-a good many, in fact-get left out. joy our weekly edition and want to pay The Summer Gator staff isn't large their share. enough to give d o o r s t e p service to It is duly constituted in our student its student subscribers. Circulation is government that there will be a campus done on the. honor system. O1 publicanewspaper, and that all members of the tsion day the papers are distributed all student body will subscribe to that news04r the1 0am1 us at certain points where p1ap1r by including the subscription cost I TA T ntBy Gerald Clarke Parafto a /STRATTON NV E TSouthForida has gone absolute a Ls "I Was,Wrong" and ByM tyF mad over a record called "Cig "ntchIt and GrabIt i44m1st a-ets, Whuskey, and Wild, Wild excellent, most excellent -or OUT ON A LIMB: The 1948 Women." It's an RCA Victor disc pitl. 1 Seminole (next year's), underthe >. c by the Sons of the Pioneers Maybe Petrillo's Right 4apab1e hand1 of Ed 141 Al Carl14i 1oncer as vocalist. It Mutual has a big new show, so ton, will be something revolutioni r o over here with just as they say, which was introduced by ary as Seminoles go-it'll have art -uch of ahag 44 "Smoke, a splendid publicity campaign. and make-4p su4prvis dby A, --~ '>,~\ Smoke, Smoke," and TemtayAfter last Saturda. evening'144rArtist anGrdner ad4willlc1 1shun," because it has equal or betAf cer last Saturda evening'3 8:30 tain -many4new 4eatures .4. Yv ter qualifications. It's something p1.m. premiere one wondered why though not yet announced, a meet'W that you want to hear, at any rate they didn't let the publicity deing of all Co-op members will be 11~ andit's seething that would be a artment write the show. The 41held on the 18th of this Month7sure hit if it got the radio play factory reaction was too strong to important Co-op questions will 7 that the others got. If you haven't report. Jim Backus is the star of come up for a vote. "Florida ,already, you'll want to hear it. the show. He's been doing comedy Under Five Flags," a history of (Thank you, John.) other shows Florida written by Dr. Rembert Something that we haven't and doing a good job on them-Patrick of the history department, heard but which is balleyhooed but he just doesn't bear up under and published by the University by Variety to be the successor to a half-hur program. His st9d19 Press, will soon be read in 41 "Smoke" and "Ternmtayshun" is audience sounded small and overrope, courtesy of the United States Merle Travis' (he wrote "Smoke'') enthusiastic -exactly like a paid government. Two vacancies "0 new song, "Fat Girl." It looks like claque. But that is the least of will be filled 1 the Gainesville a tossup as to which will be the the show's faults.*iyCmiso nSpebr u popularity successor to the two The program establishes a danwe're willing to bet that few of other current hill songs. "Smoke" gerous precedent. Backus is a Satthe students who so justifiably is Squires best selling dis4. urday evening dics jockey. That's griped when the commission plasThe Melody Mairt 914d444r4 right -14-91414444441914411141 t44 tered us with cigarette and amuse14ick04 a4141' "J1VousAime" entire Mutual net in the most meant taxes, will be out to vote, #"s -Y P S 11494 44an4any 4 other record with Dot choice time on Saturday night. He let alone put up a student as a 41111ay's "Feud'n nFightin.' coming literally puts musicians out of candidate-whi1ch they should9.1. 1 1p as a close second. This latter work. If other radio programs folCorrection: Twyla Nichols, former < --:sk I dsc ws th bes seler a theSun-low suit, we won't needmsian member of the Summer Executive shine Shop which pointed out the for anything but making records. Council, was not recommended by --fact that Wayne Kings "Melody of The danger is stretched here but the Gator Party as one of its Love" is a steady high seller. If it is a real one. Of course, judging choices to fill a vacancy in the you don't remember, this is the fromn its quality, it is evident tha1t council, as we mistakenly pusad song with the sad poetry read the Jim Backus Show isn't going listed last week--Twya, who is Sum m er G torby a sad reader. It's so strongly to start a stampede but it does not in school during the second poetic, they call it, that it has the plant dangerous ideas and set a session, was, however, a losing favor of sarcasm. It may be all dangerous p ecedent whenthendisc Gator Party candidate. If servOfficial Newspaper of the University of Florida, in Gain1ville, Florida well and good but it seems from jockey replaces top flighttale. ice gets worse the dorms and here that the big problem with the Cinema Corner villages, don't blame the housing -record would be what to do with Joan of Arc will appear in two office-they are on the verge of Editor-in-Chief ..Pen Gaines it if you had it. new movies soon; Ingid Berglosing some top-notch maintenance Managing Editor. .Jack Harper New Releases man's Joan of Lorraine and 'Mirmen due to the fact that they canBusiness Manager ..Walter Bishop I 4 acle of the Bells." Frank Sinatra not secure enough funds to pay In niew records Beryl Davis, e Fthe rPu"n "Miracle." the raises asked'by the employees 11ise 1, 1,. edeveryFrida9y1orning(l during 1 1 e,. yea, e. English 9191111r, sunds91 gd 419141 '4414 41ha4n't found a place in questions tered as second elss u"ail Ma4tter.-,JaM9ar1t4).-Al4111 4t91eDMother,4Mother,4Mot1er.141ste 4f4r4theyv t r 4ut post oives 1t a1inesvi1e, Fla. kinder the et o4 companion side she does prettyITfCANoHArPENHERETheVoi41 914 Congress ofMarch 3, 1s1. well, too, on "Breaking in a New there looking harod. IT CAN thatt HERERu8ID5TOLIALH41911" 9191Victor. 0119191 Wells left 4for 4119194d19911 4911it 1441t14.he1144 111911191 EDITORIAL014444111111914a"Nartg"htyA 19149t1r4otherdaywith1the1statement for C-5 will no longer carry al y ExecutDvekEHiymrs Yn?"NalhtyLan-;tthatvhais gdingrtere "t Burtrnndreferences to Karl Marx or Comllortv lorecamau;isssant adiorC a 'viie n'efres reditor. (.corge geline' and "I Wish I Did' ove tfaihming on tee"t er munism, due to the actions of a .n'Danai"; Eior erldC.re "ei-it dio. in 1,rlssle og time for Dcca. s jbina Hollywood has come out so'badC-t rof.'wh ellrey t he "Red porters and Feasture 1w.rters: 3ohn n meeggi clar oziarry Crowni Fani Cres Pngi t thly this year that it is not sending hstra.o f th s inspreits onte 11.14G. Davisl"andydGeer, IDIilILI4I 14414.04 gai9Carle's "Penguin9 of41414191411 sinine1aspects1of1th:portsle1'r4114tno]),"40e144.44.44944e49111Waldorf" and "The Glow W4 4any1reprnativestt Cun 'Red" scare that we've 4191111 C11ll'"4141111 91 til 1 f14. m 4914taitsoo1911 ath-g4y11icur 41rent44 i 1 94 are standard stuff. They 4ot4 144144 4m 11v1(4ts 149191 Rat heard of-How are we going to BUSINESS STAFF sound pretty ordinary, but as user Ithanl apb1enitictsuf 4411o know that Communism is nowhere Assistai usiniess sInnmmer. .1ordann Xnslmveer: colleetion axiaxger. tial if people like then, they'll sell lyw o wilasn itef rm near the equal of our system if lle,,-y Williams, Jr.; Cireiihition laianer. MidA Nootepi Assistmit (jra lot of records. c m ttin ru iv cities are afraid to teach 9111, 4liiagra 1i14911 C;So4ei4r. PddyDricoll co p91911n.11191ver e~ino" n~ner-3"" e'"" s~e~r"'''Deso"-us the fundamentals of the Com(aEldtr's Note: Tle opitdilns expressed in lit( coinmns oil tbi gnunistic form of government? p1:ge are not necomsiarily the oplinlovn of like Summer Gator or of its ,dite. 'rle, a.e fie e,.essed piisof thevim-ier. a n ie P re e 13 Corner POT POURI: Headline hl last as slel .) 1y Heck week's Alligator"Funds To Finance Flavet Village 3 Up To TruPOT man." Las 4414411111 h (ve1be1 COMPLICATED WOMAN WITh IER IMPENETRABLE HEART man." Last w11k 44st 1114 111n (Dedicated to the Girls)-hon 4 1 4 4 4 44 herprosome people have their faults and ;oine have their bouts,;oe e rtihla h p 4 Some have their "ifs" and butss;" 'soe their doubts. ointment of maybe a 4 few amp91i11144111anoft4491441ning4144s144 49141 11919t1, 4or9141, 114e1414 lilg a1 1491. o19444141i041111111 Somec can he' Tsonoo'woover congressional egiation, while he pondered whether or not N nistotuthful; that-you'll have to admi: .h hudfnshorFae .-io4t pfound 14911 on will44make1a1lipo help he11should fliish ou4144111. And even the mnst4prfound4person ill make a 4lf 1. Don't be surprised, if when Fuller E an wasn't born an angel; nor woman-a queen. arnanuce i aadc No one was born perfect-though that remains to be seen. for governor, one of his first camAnyone would listen to reason--but a woman? pinadessi given i ans ville, primarily for University stuLaugh, and the world laughs with. you, but not when you're sad; dents ...A talk given recently 4 14ot even when you re kind or mysterious, not when you re careful in the4peeh 4149lass byan ldt1 or mi-ad. veteran telling of how he uncover4 N:Some women were born to divert and entertain: to amuse. ed the existence of corruption loSome were born to irritate, bore, disgust and abuse. cally, while attempting to get a And even though so4e were born to dote upon and admire GI loan to buy a home here, would There are those that have a veritable desire have burned a lot of local ears to a 44 s44414n1111414 1141444hl 11111 441 41-11 VA investigation is 1414 To imprisnthemselves in one of life's insane parts cipaV netgto ssi While men come along and tear away their hearts. to be forthcoming. s Do you know it's amusing-ever since the world began Woan-the complicated creature of a worthlesstrait 9ENERGETIC BAB:The other 141as strived to make manki4d the sucker of her bait. 411 t, i4 1 h91444 "n 9111enhe has won she 11 14tter, cr, then yell, then SHOUT at the Gainesville S44 n, came across So1 11at1all 441911941444 411 11114 44114119l have 411folund1111911411 tis lttle gem n it a birthnotice 4414141 11u44911944by 1144s9441944 Yes, to hope and despair over a woman just isn't right; eiowosrc h rn e Don't dwe11 on love-you1141 terminate wih 414afight. 14rtyewiter-"HI. 4n1 411. 341 04441 911 4191441 1 and Mrs. \ Joe /Doaks of Flavet 3 are the 341n.a1 491hmyunfledgedchum. proud4parentsofa1 ixnd bbyby 49191144911441911111441141. He wigheld ixpounIds, 11494 She just doesn't ha19141411t!!! --An .pounces at birth." As I See 'EM By Elgin White large numbers of students gather. It is in their registration fee. Since our Press I Al m4st 41 444 1n99, i4 44 sored eatery. Why? It is evident doubtedly over-burdened with the then assumed that only the student-subhas come to include camp 9s interest -are a1 ardent reader of the Sumthat prices across 14 4 414 1t1e1 9r1 1ag4 14m414 44 adnts 4411a19 sirs take their one, andnld91141,4444y 444444otherthtal the students, it 9414msr mer Gator (and we assume you smha ha4 1 at the attending the University, it s1 scibestk terea do lyo e op ru s te an es s i se sar), the ,nw addition to the Unishcol die. It is also evident that a btter m nu could be off the paper. Sully fair and adyisahe that a 4(41(144 44M1vers1y4Cafeteria is only four that the diversity Cafeteria has feared during the summer sessions But that isn't the way it works out. OurD 11si191 he made whereby these 41119 19ANG IT HOTSTUFF. I k 449thbehindschedule. A ques4a 4une of food. Thel, the1 4a1uch as the influx of 1ud4ts reading public extends beyond the stuterest groups can help share publication tion has entered the minds of a lot only conclusion that one ca 1 -draw i a1much 1 1 94 than during the regudelit group. Faculty members, campus costs, and at the same time enjoy a news-futhe ftt i gog to is9that temthod of preparation sssi Innux Or no in, administrative personnel, and other Unpaper which will belong to them 1aswellm1(i11 11114 44911t4ea F1i sayfousytthV.11,-elliw'tgO anditisphpareithe ldamed varsity of Florida employes all make t p as to us. th By fil thing That, 1ear reader, Ca1 far as to say that cafeteria pr4I"G.I" ." 10 11n 1 -hallx1ynGePost41s 414only4rea 14in to b 0,1 4 par1 I meals are lousy, but fr1m44111l Fm te looks of the w41t However, while we are on the mn who have regurgitati s that is left on trays im the cafe, 34y114u) vsubj e t of the cafeteria, w e m ight m ost, it's these cafeteria tw o t 1w w would say that 9 t1 4 e cat4 0a Ordinary Times y H G. uddy Panhandler: You get enough for' backwards as added just as well voice a great ny o. is best by Waste test. Aint a cip of offe, bud? from the,,railn and ce again conopinions on the operations, prices, It seems that ith, ajrity of gOns through the line, looks tal ..-lI 09oStudet: Oh, that's 14ke, I'll tined their1ro.gh trip. faciiti, tc., of thle4 poor, overcomplaints levied again t 1the cafet1e gop o1 hi1 1y, the d id an ld 44 1 4 ear,, or letting your son o it in lled. We arrive at this con.manageomehw After a mile or two the driver worked cafeteria. A statement vas teria are that there variety ee9mad1 an error in getting wish for anything hard enough,---noticed that his parter was ms recently made (anonymous ain thleMlnu presented. 'Tis true. muh. W hnte mut st you'llget it 35. ion eaily. e can even ill of Jack Do yu neck sifgian")qitkay aeecegrtain estrabhltshmerttn eseb csnmntlmostan amost scertan j Istup, h think ethe ashiermadet The American. people are fishing Although1the1horriblestoutwar al 4thew 141eds1h41 do you think J 14014Do4y4ns ma hi a e ingto retaacross the street from the campus what is going to111144114 1 error. He f ally deidethatll mighty hard. Gallup poll reveald seems within oureach, don't deswe'll get rid of these hearty hu~ Jak OIhattoseyugsors. draws larger crwds into its cafethe cafe every day. -"ny ro ta as ad lws ast week that 53 percent of our pai' Over world tannihiLion. As Imans ? ing rOhsIonate o s.e ougo nhs ou ndngacuve e awateria line than the campus spoAoog h cftra n y eorg nthrt inwhas irs plcdc felwctzens think there will he One professor on ]ths campus said, There'll always be an Adam and -Veterans Journal crowd gathered. His friend was ly--. MO V IE. RVIEW: VWaO M another war in ten years. And4 73 all the population just 4cant be Eve to start t1e first act. ---oing4On the ground. Brs. "The Two Mr.1C4rrll1 percent hold the opinion that we'll -Cso e:"That w11-cai xctdyhesra edt n o retl at ithe1 Fulr ia Tea b okgdwnrfearrsin-ther a fol or a humorist" -the slpectatos, "Is he ht?" i o9 o ran nout"fIl Tak years. Friend:an "Whats the matter? Dont kno, ca the reply. R a rlt B rar t wck taktielyour phkiyithin 1 dress M # DdI C'ustomr: "I orderedext act of ;He Iasn t said much sunce w By Brw ly lxs mih.Tha oley yatraorthver m ck api wetalin 1 efadh ruh ea glasa of turned his hcad around straight.' A Ii Slov T10 e yeasergaterseapfetlntill"he brouNgsht.T e ord "Chll w"Idutl a one think if vwichlo te fOll wig: A merica atistlwh. vItw eny five. The trouble is that w ar FR ID A Y A ugust 8-W esm4"411ntort"1-----'1l g t 414y1A11 91119 114111ina14 410Nnewsw1 9wom1n 1v1ntuallytia .On't-be as glamorous as before. 7:20-9:30 P.M.-Spaish Film, "Millonesi,d Cafln," Florida Union -WThsproesso of iooy wa c2. Hochkey t iplaget p ar hebr in it hto ti i lal'v i thiM, in 10 years you111 111 be sett1141411911110s2. Which1t partoftilt.41419.' 44114444ed in Auditorium. When one of his associate 4d carefully unwrapping a package TCmr t os 0ls hat glamorous little net and SATURDAY,'AugustA9ihswsdecieMs"utpabfoehsatelrnaton41ss,4111-1419atth tlo 1141ane sporting a bay window. In 25 years ioswsdsrbd a otp-bfr i feno ls xl 2-12 A.M.-Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, Watburg ken'' Jack Doherty emaked qui-ing that he iwold h-w hem a ."Lachas w.otu l akt oethink (of P aartwthh s usual sui a 10 l you1 h 1bt action will consist of 12-6 P.M.-Pi Kapp Phi Fraternity, Wauburgetly, "By whom?"' fine specimen of dissected frog. Le10g41 Term 0Medical TermEnginering Tm AgiculturaSmt fa 1 y 1 s the tw patriotic speeches.SUNDAY, Augst 10-RS ONR UOR TepcSe oevr rvdt emmrth. Crls,-adIwatre force Don't w worry 'bout that though. 11 A .M .Lutheran Church Service, Florida Union Auditorium .C Th1( en foUlT Re w h g111 l 4h e 1 44age1osw14 e "G r"r1 ved T er ts a tr e Some of the speech makers made 3:30 P.M.History and C-1 Raculty, Watburg. shgndtherequzwapterlaewhosc"tain rwdssandichad-btoe L S ith "" Ae money on the side during the last 6:30 P.M.-Vepers Service, Florida Union Auditorium. Speaker1'caused he kne "ae'ddWet'emoegg.iTheprs i ascr atchdais Car Iome Bat Watch L. ithsbeautly aba Stawcl<1 Buwha A eiar-cpear tl will be Dr. F. W. Kokomoor. Refreshments will be served in the wrong. head in bewilderment as he mut. 5. Atabrine, if taken in substantial quantitis will cause on akn to jucall but.tBarbara taovbe in1t1. Bu heAercnpepe r sil West Lounge immediately following the program. U. Miss. tered, "But I KNOW I have alturn:jstaybomatceeut tooodtob l optimists ]of the highest Order IMONDAY, Auigust 1-ready eaten my lunch" Rdih G mih Ylois iks any romas ise e b utolig Git 1u s wagf 1'00theyanod ony 7-11 1P.M.--Exdecut ives'un idgR lubRoom8. 0hedg rof essatormsepd t h --ast es6. Match the folo ing brands of cigarettes with their fg or Oins wn. All in all, myty fans wl 11449-per-1ntt WisBdeC 1me141.d 1' 'fth 11a "1 111" 14411and asked,or5poin4:thorougly enjoy the n, foeer cenoodt sid hy ldue 8-:30 P.M.-G m aSigma E sailo, Chermical Movie. Florida 'fteeaeaydmel rs w rnssagrdfo h .K.ls a.Ligge &Myes Two Mrs.Cro' S a me.A 1 the rest Union Auditorium. ent, pease stand up" There as saloon and one cras(1d into a b1Cal41.4AmericanE s. re and se :", amd" would invest or sa. it. 8-11 P.M.-Florida Union Dancing Class, oom 305. a lengthy pats, theat, sol.itay tepone ple. c.Cetrilse .J enlsGenFr o gt h Lotid expethe Third ysonTUESDAY, August 1 _frehman arose "So you consider "Eshuse rm, sr"d uk ti .Bon& ila sn TeteSna n day. Fo 14194111 a444 7-11 P.M.-Moi, "ICn't Gi4 R YouAnythingButLove"11d.19'6 yt sr.Is Of"th,,btter you, mot l aehagng o t hi World Series Baseball pictures, Florida Union Auditormum. aed te professor. "Not exactly, lie collided wvith a fire plug. -.Old God ..Lorilr in Hllywod n esnl savings. That can men ony one 7:30-11 P.M. -Bidge Tournament, West Lounge. s,' was the reply, but I just "Eshbcus little by." Answer: thinktltu he h o",ld l !awrd thing -Our good friends and W D ED Y uut1 _fl or o osen o tl ute onteStr'kh .1,terpats Il th be receive neighbors expect Uncle Sam to wi N 8-1 .MN VeerttA Brdg, estLgng.stanig3-aoe. ane hsad in"To'an eIlltispctre h ito, he 19And the4e is4t1e hitch -Uncle THURSDAY, August44_--Auburn4Plaisan a n e tothe1 1,1 d sI tnnd d ft IO I 1 ) : 141 14)1 pIall 4 () 11411oll)texl y fs 11ll p11 1 and1 Sa den' o nthn btbak 7-11 P.M.-Free Movie, "Murder on the Cmu, loiaU inU o et asing himself on o gu0), l-.e mig t f itat1y werth, the show. The battles are won b Auditorium. w]h idn ona u p low he caled to his cmanon; V mit who was frim, bi tsl t thelomvTh batls ae ellbyad on a mtOrccde were surpr."is"You gorn head. I guesh I 'I ,t -t o e otr the1 s140 1a 91414 44 fFRIDAY, Agust 1 444144d by a sudden shower. 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