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BEAT THE HEAT

Camp Wauburg Beckons

Summer Session Students

With Varied Activities


By Jack Gallery
Nine miles south of Gainesville on the Ocala highway lies a twenty
acre patch of Gatorland known as Camp Wauburg. Guaranteed to beat VOL. 39 B! NO. 4
the heat, and a sure cure for classroom coma, library lethargy, and
nther similar ailments, the camp, fronting on Lake Wiauburg,'offers Sf ud
numerous aitd diverse activities to all students, faculty members, an-i i
their families. S u e
First of all there is the lake, cool and inviting-and wet. Bathers
will find a bath house located nearby. Five boats are available at
the dock for fishermen and for those who enjoy just rowin' and Eachl Ins
driftin'.
Jike Box TooThis Suli
Then there is the recreation building, with its wide, screened porch. Ts UI
A juke box provides music for dancing and there is ample space for
cards and other indoor games. Further Red
Camp Wauburg's best feature, perhaps, is its expansive, well-kept
picinc grounds. Four additional acres have been cleared for this In Size Of C
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Secretary


Dr. Davidson


Guest Speaker


For Vespers

Summer Service Is
Sponsored By Dept.
Of Religion Each Year


J. A. Gallery Dr. R. F. Davidson, chairman
Despite the current record- of the C-5 department, will be the
breaking summer school enroll- of the C-s department, will be the
ment-exceeding 5,100 students- guest speaker at the regular Sum-
the ratio of instructors to students mer Vesper Service sponsored by
is the most favorable attained in the Department of Religion, which
recent summer sessions, according will be held Sunday afternoon,
to Dean of the University Harley July 11, at 6:30 p. mn. in Florida
'W. Chandler.
An analysis of registration fig- Joy Lee Union Chapel.
ures and faculty rosters reveals Dr. Davidson, a graduate of
Ian overall ratio of 20 students to
each instructor. LeDavidson College and the Yale
uean unanaier pointren out Divinity School, served as pro-
that this not; only Improves upon Revision O f fessor of philosophy at Stevens
'. previous summers school con- C College before coming here.
...,~' editions, but upon the situation
r",,' ,existing during the last regular 0nS 1*0 Following the. service a social
J semester as well. hour with refreshments will be
S' The 20 to 1 ratio, however, is an held in the West Lounge of the
I average of the entire University Advocates More Florida Union building. All faculty
enrollment, and a breakdown ofK 7
registration by colleges shows a Students Functions members, students and friends are
A couple is shown applying for transportation to Camp Wauburg at much greater proportion in some For Summer Term invited to attend.
the Florida Union desk. instances.
In the colleges of Business Ad-


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE,


Sam Love

Love Forsees

Student Gov't

Improvement

Revision Of Summer
School Constitution
A Main Objective


ministration, Education, and Law, Joy Lee, secretary-treasurer of N Sam Love, as vice president of
whose combined enrollment repre- the summer school Student Gov- ew SVstem the Student Body, is not content
sents nearly a third of the entire ernment, is taking up her new N to merely fill that position in the
University-the proportion may duties with a determination to T passive manner tradition has as-
run as high as 50 or 60 students help improve the operation of the pa T raI inn signed it. He feels that it is not
to a single instructor. Similar government for the greater bene- F only an obligation but his duty to
conditions exist in some depart- fit of all the students. I work hand in hand with the presi-
ments in the Colleges of Arts and Miss Lee is particularly anxious n dent to achieve results that repre-
Sciences, Enginering, and the Uni- to see the summer school constitu- sent the best interests of he stu-
versity College. tion revised, for its present form dent body.
On the other hand, classes in is not sufficient to cover all the
the colleges of Architecture and problems now faced by the Stu- Special Training Offered The new vice president, who
the Allied Arts, Forestry and dent Government. After Graduation n One comes from cala, is an agri-
rauaton neculture education senior in the col-
Physical Education may contain The constitution, she said, was I Of Branches lege of agriculture.
as few as 10 students, last revised in 1939, and it is iOf Army Branches ege ofagriculture.
Further reduction in the size of not appropriate for a Univer- "This administration has
classes is the aim of the Univer- sity which has grown so greatly A new system for obtaining agreed upon certain objectives
sity, declared Dean Chandler. The in both size anr facilities, as Army officers through attendance which I believe are beneficial and
ideal, he said, is a proportion of well as now being a, co-educa-thy of our be
15 students to an instructor. "On tional institution. of officers candidateschool was carrying them out."
the whole," he added, "our con- At the present, however, Miss made public today by the Florida Foremost of these objectives
edition compares very favorably S.r8 s.iaoIlJo ..iato aqT pus aal i Military. District Headquarters. is the action being taken to
with institutions of comparable doing their best to operate the Opportunities for obtaining com revise 'he Summer School con-
sizeconstitumention, according to the old missions in nine to 12 months are sttuton.have the backings s of t ahe ears to
constitutionnow open to both ex-servicmen have the ba ng of the students
Among the things she hopes no topen thno prior th ex-serviclitary and they were invited to partici-
6 Pos e to see accomplished this summer service, according to Col. R. G. pate in a meeting called for
S7 Pare the installation of several Howie, District Commander. Ac- that purpose.
new ladies' lounges, more stu- cepted applicants will be enlisted There is another field in which
dent functions, and, of course, in the Regular Army with the rank Love sees room for improvement.
r the successful revision of the of Corporal or higher before being, In talking with new students on
summer school constitution. assigned to Officer Candidate, the campus, the vice president has
Miss Lee's official duties are School at Ft. Riley, Kansas, for found many who do not under-
to keep all records, sign requis- six months. !stand the part their government
tons for money aft approval by Men without prior military ser- plays in university life. Because
al W ee end the finanmbes ommitteeand to vice ill receive basic trainingofthis, he favors a better in-
cotlaS yCie(U ^uncil when a, meetnriis "o 1b .L'vt' e.nolin -n OCS. 'Tiftea do'iihalioi ..syytef- -to ,acquaint
Socialheld. In additiomeeting is, however month specialized training in one the new students with the purpose
he addition to this, however of the Army branches will follow and function of student govern-
Executing Council dent Body officers to accomplish Candidates are guaranteed im- "The new student should be
begin Work On a much aspoer s ble during the mediate discharge from the Army made aware of the manner in
Constitution Revision if they fail to be appointed an! which the student government
onsiTUonofficer, if their service has been operates; now it anttects Tne
A honorable. Graduates will serve student; and what can be ac-
August 7th. has been suggested | two years minimum active duty complished through that govern-
as a possible date for the pro-i after becoming officers, Col. Howie ment."
posed Summer Frolics social week- said. Another condition Love is anx-
end by Jack Clark, secretary of Qualifications for applicants are ious to promote on the campus is
social affairs, at the regular U.S. citizenship, high school edu- cleaner political campaigns. Ex-
executive council meeting Tues- cation, age between 20 and 28 cesive mud-slinging not only re-
day, July 6. W/ years, high moral character, and fleets on the candidates themselves
TWork has begun on the revision good physical condition, but tends to discourage competant
of the constitution and it is hoped Come on Draw. blood, you, College ROTC training may be men from rulnniing for public of-
that it will be in suitable form for %*%*&* substituted for basic training-, fice.
presentation to the sutdent body iou aren't playing ping pong,
within ten days. ou aren't playing ping pongst
Mr. Baughman, Business Man- y'know-Coach Batsta ALPHABETIC APPOINTMENTS
ager of he University of Florida, Early to bed and early to rise,
has begun plans for placing pen- and you never a to rise
dorms. He also reported that meet anyoneSecondTerm Registrati
Baird Hardware Co., Silverman's Wild Bill Carlton *
Men's Store, and The Primrose But honey, you got me all Is O pen T through Friday
Grill will cash veteran's check'sIsOpenThrough Friday
without charge. wrong!-Any fraternity man
President Lamar Winegeart ap- I Second term registration for of two hours to complete your reg-
pointed a committee to investigate All right, yet's head this up now students now enrolled started yes- istration."
the possibility of placing addition- -Professor Lowry The following alphabetic sche-
the possibility of placing addition- terday at the Registrar's Office
al pay telephone stations in the dule is being used for making reg-
Flavet Villages and to prevail up- -N .Name and will continue through Satur- istration appointments. Student's
on the University officials to in- of New Gym day. cannot be accommodated earlier
clude placement of telephones in Definite times are being assign- than called for in this schedule.
key spots in the dorms in future Air Force Reserve ed for registration, and the Regis- Appointment times have been
improvement plans. The commit- An trar's office has requested that "to equally divided among each of
mittee consists of Chairman Dick Plane Stops Here prevent your being assigned a time these divisions.
Trogden, Bill Davis, and Bob The shuttle plane from i which might conflict with your A through G Wednesday,
Newman. The shuttle plane from i examination schedule, you should; July 7
Cecil Rosier moved that the pos- Mac Dill Field will be at determine FIRST when you will H through R Thursday, July
sibility of having a social func- Alachua Air Base, Satur- have free time during this period 8
tion for the members of the stu- day 1.0 July, 1948 at and then to report to the Regis- S through Z Friday, July 9.
dent government be investigated :00. This shi will make trar's office to file your prelimi- Any student who did not regis-
this. hisstpeeyohipwl aer a- yapcto nimmsyu s noeo os asmyrg


.... c ... nary application and make your ter on one of these days may regis-
this stop every other Sat- registration appointment. Y o u ter on Saturday. July 10, by 11:45 :
urday. should probably allow a minimum a. m.: but no later than then.


purpose this year. Numerous table and benches have been provided
for use by pienikers, as well as eight outdoor fireplaces for burning"
those weiners just right. Cold drinks are available in machines and
boxes.
Finally, there are the game facilities and equipment, including horse
shoes, volley ball and badminton. These may be checked out from the
supervisor at no charge.
Camp Wauburg is a function of the Florida Student Union. Stu-
dents desiring to utilize the camp's facilities must secure passes
from the Florida Union desk and present them to the supervisor
upon arrival at the camp. No fee is required and the pass system is
employed soley to prevent non-University personnel from using
Camp Wauburg and its facilities.
Faculty Invited
Faculty members may be admitted to the grounds upon presentation
of membership cards, available at the Florida Union. Annual member-
ship fee is one dollar.
Camp Wauburg is opened at 9 a. m. and closed at (lark every day
in the week except Monday and Friday. It is closed all day Monday
for cleaning and maintenance. Friday hours are 9:30 a. m. until 6
p. m.
A proposed Campus-Wauburg bus service has not yet materialized


Ahhh! Here they are enjoying the lake at Camp Wauburg.

and at the present time the only transportation available-other than
private automobile-is the Greyhound Bus Line's -regular Gainesville-
Ocala route. Seven buses daily are scheduled to discharge and pick
up passengers. The fare between Gainesville and Wauburg is tweny-
five cents.'
Popular Among Students
An indication of Camp Wauburg's popularity among University of
Florida personnel is the fact -that approximately two thousand per-
sons a month use its facilities during the summer. Week-ends, of
course, bring out the largest crowds; however, and it is estimated
that one hundred fifty persons daily visit the camp during the week.
Credit for the development and construction of Wauburg belongs
to Mr. J. E. Perry, resident supervisor of the camp. Employing N. Y.
A. labor i nthe years of 1938 and 1939, Mr. Perry built the entire
camp, with, of course, fullest cooperation with the Florida Union.
Aiding.Mr. Perry at Wauburg is Charles Wainwright, Jr., a student,
who keeps a watchful eye on swimmers and the boats. A crew of
three colored grounds keepers is employed to keep the camp clean.
New Pier Planned
An outstanding improvement to Camp Wauburg which, it is hoped,
will get underway the latter part of this month, is the construction of
a new pier. According to Bill Rion, director of the Florida Union, bids
for 'the project will be received shortly. The proposed pier will be lo-
cated approximately one hundred fifty yards north of the present
swimming site inasmuch as beach and swimming facilities are better
at this location. The pier will have an overall length of one hundred
sixty feet with a width of ten feet, and will .end in a "T", providing


space for spectators as well as swimmers. Cost of construction has
been estimated at $3,500. Expansion
That's the Wauburg story. It's the University's answer to hot, Education Board
crowded classrooms and dormitories. Already thousands have enjoyed A General Education Boarde
visiting Camp Wauburg an dmany thousands are expected in the fu- grant of 30,0radua for the develop-i
ture. Why not? It's private, it's fun, and it's free! agriculture, engineering and busi-
ness administration was received
this week by the University of
C d Of The W k Florida.
Coed Of The W eek "The University is now in posi-
tion to add materially to the prog-
.ress of the state in these fields,"
President J. Hillis Miller said in
acknowledging the grant. "We can
i more rapidly develop our research
.J on the state's resources in the
areas of industry, agriculture and
S general business."
At least 01,000 i earmarked for
the work of the Bureau of Eco-
s.'nomics and Business Research of'
.i''.' Y ...the College of Business Adminis-
.(tration for the publication of stud-
ies of Florida businesses.
In the field of agriculture, the
University of Florida is already
conducting research programs in
..... animal nutrition, soils and in the
"'.". 'canning, freezing and dehydration
-'. '. ".of Florida fruits and vegetables.
.. .,. One of the South's more exten-
sive engineering research pro-
grams is already under way on
A pr the Gainesville campus and will
be given further impetus by the
grant. During the war, the Uni-
'. mityy fuse and storm location
_~e .. quipwent was outstanding. Cur-
rent intensive research is devoted
COED OF THE WEEK Is vivacious Winkie Saunders of Stuart. to ceramics and pulp products.
Winkle, a sophomore, is a cheerleader here at the University of The grant will permit additional
Florida. I work in chemical engineering.


Examination Day
Exam Tuesday, July 20
Hours

7:00
to
10:00
A. M.


10:30
A. M.
to
1:30
P. M.


Examination Day
Wednesday, July 21

Cy 101-Univ. Auditorium
Es 203-Univ. Auditorium
Ms 105-Univ. Auditorium
8:30 Classes-Usual
Classroom
C-31-Univ. Auditorium
C-32-Univ. Auditorium
Atg 310-Bldg. A, Rms 1
and 2
Gn 201-Bldg. E 174
Ms 353-Peabody 1, 2, 4,
5, 10, and 11
Ms 354-Peabody 101 and
102
Sis 301-Ag 208, 209, 210,
and 104


Itself At Recent


Group Meeting

Council Aims To Study
Needs Of Students And
To Encourage Unity

The Florida Independent Coun-
cil's executive committee rededi-
cated the purposes of the associa-
tion at its regular meeting last
Wednesday.
Realizing that the solemn
duty of individuals is to pre-
pare themselves through schol-
astic endeavor and participation
in constructive extra-curricular
activities, the aims of the Inde-
pendent Council are to study
these needs, encourage partici-
pation in the established activity
and to provide supplementary
programs if the existing facili-
ties are inadequate; to be alert
to their problems alleviating
any adverse conditions; to pro-
mote tolerance and fellowship
among the students; to encour-
age and train socially responsi-
ble leaders, and in all matters
operate in complete cooperation
with the University administra-
tion and existing student organi-
zations.
The selection of a $1 charge for
membership was adopted as final
because it is better suited to the
large enrollment, adds to the dis-
tinction of the group by improv-
ing the unity and cooperation, and
is still low enough to restrict no
one.
Keys and pins adopted by the
National Independent Students As-
sociation will be available to mem-
bers.
Representation in the council
is based on approximately one
representative member for each
25 members from the unit send-
ing the representative. This va,
ries somewhat, but the exact
information Is available in the
FIC constitution. In maintaining
a true spirit of democracy, de-
pendent mainly upon a conscious
effort of the individual in co-
operation with the group, rep-
resentatives will be elected after
a mass meeting the first of the
fall session.
All independents who wish to
express their views on this asso-


citation and the various phases of


rlllim UUM8IMM~~,~eo~


its activities are invited to at-
tend the meeting of the executive T
committee Wednesday night or to
contact members of the council. IV


Receive Compensation
For Dwellings Not
According To Plans


iefs A veteran who has had a home
built which does not meet the
specifications originally agreed on
may make a complaint to the Of-
De fice of the Housing Expediter in
Applications Due Washington, and have the corn-
For Second Session plaint investigated.
All students who expect Anyone who wishes to file a
to attend either the second complaint may obtain form D-
te a tted 19 O tSummeor 900 from the Rent and Housing
term of the 1948 summer office n Gainesville, which has
Session or the Fall Semester moved its office from 130I1s West
must file a Preliminary Ap- University to 611 W. Main
plication in the Registrar's street North.
This office knows that many
Office, Building D, July 7 people, especially veterans, have
through July 9. accepted homes which were not
built according to their specifica-
tions. Such things as lesser floor
Christian Science To space, fewer rooms than specified,
Meet Next Week failure to install equipment called
The Christian Science Organiza- for, such as windows, screens,
tion will hold its regularly sched- door locks, insulation, room tile,
uled meeting Thursday evening, or electrical fixtures, were preva-
July 15, at 8 o'clock, in Room 209, lent.
Florida Union building. Students, Many veterans, who had al-
faculty and the university public ready faced the obstacles of
who are interested in Christian shortage of material, and high
Science are invited to attend. prices, accepted their deficient
homes with little complaint.
Now, however, they have the op.
Grades For Graduates portunity to receive compensa-
Are 'Due July 22 tion for houses which were not
Are Due July 22 built according to their plans.
Grades for students grad- Another great cause of com-
uating in July are due at plaint
0:00 p. m., Thursday, July Another great cause of com-
22, and are to be submitted plaint since the war has been high
rent prices. In a nearby city four
on special forms which will different people, who had been
be provided. All grades are overcharged $100 apiece for rent,
due at noon, Saturday, July received their money back when
24. an investigation was made.
24.,


Examination Day Examination Day
Thursday, July 22 Friday, July 23

C-11-Univ. Auditorium C-61-Univ. Auditorium
C-12-Univ. Auditorium
7:00) Classes-Usual
10:00 Classes-Usual Classroom
Classroom


C-22-Univ. Auditorium
C-51 Univ. Auditorium
':30 Classes-Usual
Classroom


C-62--Univ. Auditorium


4:00 Classes-Usual
Clasroom


C-21-Univ. Auditorium C-42-Univ. Auditorium C-41-Univ. Auditorium j
2:00 C-53-Univ. Auditorium Ms 106-Univ. Auditorium
to
5:00 11:30 Classes-Usual 1:00 Classes-Usual
P.M. Classroom Classroom
Atg 411-Bldg A, Rms 1 Atg 311-Bldg A, Rms 1, 2,
and 2 3, and 4
7:00 Bs 401-Bldg I, Rms 101 Atg 312-Science 212, 202,
to and 103 and 306
10:00 Gn 33-Bldg E, Rm 188 Atg 311-Science 101
P. M. Ps 207-Benton 203 Ps 101-Benton 203
Psy 201-Bldg E, Rms 174, Ps 205-Benton 203
175, and 176
SCHEDULE OF FINAL EXAMINATIONS FOR THE FIRST SUMMER TERM 1948
Directions: Look first for the name of the course.
If the name appears, the examination will be held onthe day indicated at the top of the column and at
the hours indicated at the left. If the name does not appear, then look for the hour at which the first
weekly meeting of the class is held, and determine the time of the examination in the same manner.


Constitution

Revision Is

Underway
The Summer School student
body constitution is still in the
process of being revised, Al
,chneider, chairman of the con-
stitutional revision committee, an-
nounced Monday.
A meeting was held last Thurs-
day night in Florida Union to dis-
cuss the constitution and the parts
that needed to be modified. Ap-
proximately 15 students attended
the meeting to watch the proceed-
ings and offer suggestions.
The possibility of electing repre-
sentatives of the Executive Coun-
cil from the various colleges in-
stead of from the general student
body, as well as increasing the
number of council members, was
considered.
Suggestions were also made to
operate the Lyceum Council dur-
ing the summer, to have more stu-
dent functions, and to elect all of-
ficers to the Executive Council in-
stead of having part of them ap-
pointed.
Another meeting of the consti-
tutional revision committee, opeAt
to students, will be held in Florida
Union Thursday night at 7:30.
G-Men Schedule At Honme
Through July 15
Friday--July 9-DeLaand
Monday-July 13-Sanford
Thursday--July 15-L-.eebeg


7 ^^ Tickets On Sale



For Play Here





FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1948, Sklied Cast Appears
n Glass Menagerie
Vice-President I1itr D A' July 13, 4, 15is


U. Of F. Gets

$30,000 For


:;iC


I


I


I


i


t


Tickets for the Florida Players-
Department of Speech production
of Tennessee Willianms' play,
"'The Glass Mednagerie," which
will be presented next week, Tues-
day Wednesday and Thursday at
8:15 in P.K. Yonge auditorium,
are on sale daily except Sunday
from 12 to 6 p.m. in the lobby of
the Florida Union and at Canova's
drug store downtown.
This play, which sky-rocketed
its author into international prom-
enence in the Spring of 1945 and
won for him that year the New
York Critic's Circle Award, prom-
ises to be one of the greatest
presentations in Players' history,
according to ALLIGATOR Drama
Reviewer Gerald Clarke.
"The cast is small, but contains
four of the most skilled actors
which it has been my privilege
to see on the University stage,
and the play itself is nothing
short of superb," Clarke said.
As leads in Williams' play are
Pat O'Neal, a well-remembered
for his starring roles in "The
Male Animal," "Candida," "State
of the Union," and "Inspector
General," and Jayne Crane, who
is best remembered for her roles
in "Antigone," and "State of the
Union," and whose interpretations
of Ibsen's "Hedda Gabbler" at
LSU brought unprecedented ap-
plause.
Mildred Langford, experienced
campus actress, ALLIGATOR col-
umnist, and talented dancer, takes
the role preformed on Broadway
by Julie Haydon. Jim Mooney, who
has had wide experience on the
University stage, takes the part
of "the gentleman caller."
"The Glass Menagerie," which
will be directed by David W. Hooks
who recently directed the success-
ful "Joan of Lorraine," features
special staging and lighting effects
especially designed for the local
production by Charles Reed, grad-
uate student in Speech. Music for
the Players' production will be
the same as was used on Broad-
way and was composed by Paul
Bowles.
Because of the unusual expense
of this production and because the
Florida Players are ot subsidized
during the summer months an ad-
mission price of 44c will be
charged.


Vet Complaints


On Housing G


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&Vkexlmerator As IBUREAU
Official newspaper of the University of Florida. Gainesvxille, i'"a. S '
Published every Thursday morning during the summer session, except AS I SEIZE 'E: The "check
for holidays and examination periods. iin-check out"usystem at Floridas. .
By You stand in line at the PO when
Managing Editor Elgin White Elgin Whiteyou're check's in-the clerk hands
it to you-you walk to the CI,
Business Manager .............. Ted Wittner write your name on the back, and
ditorial Board BITS ABOUT THE CAMPUS: for your $55 check. You turn, walk I
tcT e 1 crS oammollector s you $5j.75 4 "
Joyce Turner. Bill Scott, Ray Chapman, J. Gallery, Harold MeMillan, Had reports from sevci-1 students I out of the CI, into the hands of
Margaret Jennlngs, Pat Collier, Stella Davis, Rosalyn England., Clarki ./ the collectors, and oyur check's i
Bloom, John Boyd, Jack Bntts. Bill Dunnavant, 'Valter Guntharp, John that don't seem to like the atti- he and oyur check's
Kinnier, Walter Martin. George Mason. Tracy Montgomer, Ralp Olive tude taken b several of the "b out. Simple, isn't it?
John Person, William Penrose, Nellie degree. tde taken by several o the "big; The coolest hot spot on the
Busines staff shots" tha have recently been campus is the swimming' pool. It's
Aaldtant Bunines. Manager. ink Elozory; Advertising Manager, Leon elected to office. Seems like the I decked out in new aqua paint, with
Handle ; Circulation Manager .lJoe Doney, Jr.; Assistant Circulation big boys are passing the ordinary red trimmings at both ends and on .
Manager, Lou Ritter; Accountant, Bob Newman. smoke on the campusIani g tbndad '
Advertising Representaccontant, Bo emn. Jo soe on the campus and kindCadwel Dugan, Jack J the bottom. And speaking' of pool, Gregory Peck and Jennifer Jones stand h e their adobe home in
Advertisn Repreentatve, Stalooking the other way, you know, don't miss the Flaunion sponsored this scene from the Technicolored "Duelin the Sun," co-starring Joseph
curtis Sandwer. With the node sorta high in the at- ""* i-. Billiard Tournament. It comes 1 Cotton, playing at the Florida Theatre Thursday, Friday, and Satur-
mosphere. complete with cuedd"' ('n cute) day.
C am pus M o emn I took all these bits of gossip REVIEWS AND STUFF By Gerald Clarke co-eds.
Ewith a grain of salt until the other EVIEWS AND STUFF By Gerald Clark DELAYED ORCHIDS: To the
S e1a mai uday when I passed Lamar Wine- A Th T City of G'ville for 13 acres of land CHATTER BY ME By Mildred Langford
geart of the campus, and found Great S ir lOn Then The Deluge given to the University. last May.
The Florida Independent Council is one of the best movements that e reports to be true. Either La-s The property, on South Ninth, is d H k A i i D t
has ever takn place on this campus for the organzaon of the n- mar and several of his cohorts are Pat O'Neal, most promiJent of ride on another open truck back destined for use as a sorority Davoi HOOKS An inSpiring DieC or
dependent students.
It is essential that the independent students understand the heritage deep in a brown study as to how campus actors at present, ioeided to the fire tower.., forgot my row Pres. Miller has the good
of democracy, of the University, and to maintain these ideals for to help student government or else to make a movie and engaged shoes .. utp one hundred and deed for the good deed To I would like to take a little time details of interpretation. e it
himself and his organization in mind and action. With all the effort they haven't got time to mess with Spook Shonbrun, fellow actor, and fifteen steep steps power Hank Gardner on being selected out from the usual chatter this the center o the actid Dity the
exerted along these lines, the Florida Independent Council can materi- the student, just enough to say myself as scriptwriters. Last swaying'..-.all of us breathless. General Chairman of the 1948 week to pay tribute to a fine ac- guiding' hnd ... and Dave,
ally and morally aid the course of the independent student, his station "hello." You know, we have heard Wednesday we three piled into ... lightning flashing all around. Homecoming. It's the 41st for tor an inspiring director with you at the helm you can be
on campus, and the course of the inepethat one of Florida's most cherish- Pat's Ford to see the sets which Shelter, finally, but no shirts and Florida, and the 25th (Silver and a great guy! I mean, of sure cast and crew will do their
on campus, and in life. ed traditions is the "hello" tradi- Pat has picked out in the Ocala for .me, no shoes. .instructions Jubilee) Blue Key sponsored Home- course, David W. Hooks, director utmost to prove you the capable
tion. Officers of our student gov- region. When we got there we on the tower wall: WHAT TO DO coming To the new president's of GLASS MENAGERIE. You will and talented person that you are!
ernment could brush up on their transferred to a topless, ex-army IN CASE OF LIGHTNING. new cabinet To all you remember him for his wonderful And so .. on with the show!
I | traditions and stop trying to act weapons carrier, which, presum- do not allow self to become "Lucky Yankees" spending your production, JOAN OF LORRAINE. -
Factor In Stuadent Policy like Harry Truman at a Republi- ably, would make the cross-coun- grounded. Stay away from tele- Summer at the University of GLASS MENAGERIE is Dave's comanionat
can picnic. Remember men, there try trip more easily. None of us phone. But-"the show must go Florida. swansong to the University of "Hw's your companonate mar-
Just how fa self-government at the Flavet Villages has progressed are other elections coming p had much sun this season so it on." GUEST BANTERING: Morty Florida for he will leave soon aft- riage coming on ?
Just how far self-government at the Flavet Villages has progressed are other elections coming up was off with the shirts and on to Phoned Pat's parents in Ocala "Paranoiac" Freedman is back er for Yellow Springs, Ohio, where "Not so ood. I lost my wife's
since the bleak days of the Spring, 1947, was virtually described by PASS THE BSCUITS-Reports he road. and within an hour they arrived on the campus for a temporary hq plans to join the Yellow Springs address.
George 0. Pringle, who served on both the 1st and second commis- seeped in that the coaches here, as First, we hit the set which with sandwiches, fried chicken, sojurn in the Dept. of Publicity. Area Theater. But we won't forget.
sions, when he retired as Secretary-Treasurer on March 1 of this year. well as the visiting high school M-G-M used for "The Yearling" and cokes: not however, before we Morty, who graduated in June him ... and I've got a feeling we'll
Pringle said, "The first commission started operation with only a coaches on our campus really had and decided that if it was good had heard the complete life his- (contrary to rumors), is a Fla. be hearing more about him some STUDENT TICKETS
vague idea of its status and purpose. It had no inkling of the part it a swell party thrown for them out enough for Metro, it was good tory of the firewatcher, who for- Blue Key'er, former Alligator Edi- day. SATURDAY ONLY ...... 30c
was to play in the day to day life of the Village in those early at Wynn's "New Yorker." The enough for us. After we had made tunately, had led a fairly colorful tor, and anti-Varsity columnist. It's the last week before the
stages there was much wasted effort. It was only during the last point was jumping with every- sketches, notes, etc., our time was life. By the time we got back to Asked if he'd care to say a few curtain will go up on GLASS ME- MAT
month or two of the second commission that a method of procedure thing from potato chips to Par- getting pretty short, since we all the truck and my shoes (very words, he replied, "I do", and he NAGERIE. Now is the time when E
was fimonth or two of the seallized co. ker's Little Shiver Dills, you know, three of us had to be back in wet like the books, watches, etc.) does. Howdy Morty. we wonder "Are we good enough 40 4
"This power, as I call it, has only recently burst into full bloom." the pickle with the warts in the Gainesville for a 7 o'clock rehear- Mr. O'Neal (that's Pat's father) (The few words): "It sure is a to do Williams' heartfelt play jus-
"This powermiddle and the seeds on top? Says sal of "Glass Menagerie." Never- decided that if the truck started it helluva situation I take a twice Now is the time when weAY t SATURDAY
The Flavet Commissions are a. real factor in the formation of stu- here that the boys asked genial theless, we decided that we had to had to be gotten back to town. We vacation and am gone for three need someone like Dave to inspireTOD
dent policy on this campus. A mere innovation at first, the idea of Coach Wolf to make a speech, and see the location at Juniper were likely candidates for the job. weeks. x return and what do I ee I found his words save, to sincere
self-government at the villages has grown into a full functioning spe- he made an hour and a half talk. Springs, some twenty or thirty It did start and we were off find ? The Varsity Party, that so timely that I want to
cies of student government. He said, quote, "We'll have eleven miles farther out from Ocala, so again. I organization of iniuity, has taken pass them on to you:
men on the field." Very unusual we worked out a tight schedule By this time it was already oranization of iniquity, has taken. But
thing for the Bear to say. that would allow us exactly twen- 7:30, and the rain was slacking, eri lock, stock and barrel. But "I've iven you basic movements
tyminutes there. .. and we thought we'd be able to to turn in a great job as prexy a. pattern some business
Nwk NT .- is the SHALL HAVE jUSIC-p On to Juniper and the huge, make the last hour of rehearsal despite his political affiliations. and superimposed some inter-
Seration Blue Stocking jive studeowis t o he time for all heump and black clouds growling in the west at least. But-just as we passedLet's hope that both parties will pretation of lines. Now forget me
P r 0 P jive students to come to the res- -between us and Ocala-worried Silver Springs something happen- work hard in the Fall elections to make the parts completely
cue of the almost forgotten jam us not much at all. We hurried and ed. There was an explosion and landslide such as oc- yours. Become these people .
session. One of the gayest and live- hurried and made our way around suddenly doing prevent a landslide such as oc- yours. Become these people
A session. One of the gayest and live- hurried and made our way around suddenly we were doing our rou-ured this Summer. It's not a not marionettes of my making.
N EX T W t K list times that could ever be had Juniper, using only two minutes tines in blackface. The fanbelt ,cdured this Summer. It's Make the audience hate Amanda
around here is to indulge again in more that allowed by our schedule, had broken and the radiator had I good thing for student ovenrmt oe minute and pit her the next.
a real od pre-war jam session that As we headed back into the west, sprayed its filthy contents all over ;in the long 'run when oe-party Make Tom all the oppressed boys
will be held, students, if enough the sky grew more ominous and our happy little faces. Spook participation is the rule. Thanx, have no outlet nor talent for
support can be mustered for said more and more often the clouds poured his coke on the niotor; we Banterin expression. Make Laura the em-ort.
session. The "jammers" would be were charged by lightning from drove slowly back to the O'Neal And while I'm "Bantering" b expression. Make Lautrophied wills the er-SUNDAY MNDAY
such well-known campus stalwarts black to a fleeting,- but definitely home where we had coffee and felt thanxto all who cast "Ballots f epitome of atrophy every unmarried wills .. he SUNDAY M DA
as Johnyy Jellinik on trumpet, "shocking pink". In our open ve- quite properly like rescued vie- Baxley" in the past election soror- Make us love Jim tha love
Belk-Lindsey, Inc. Ralph Smello on Sax, Harry Hut- hicle we stared up into the face tims of the elements, etc. But- From te atr: on should knock the audience l
son on drums, and Dr. Jawhn Mil- of the storm, passing a tall, For- if O'Deal has a code during the ie to be installed on campus in
"Gainesville's Finest" ler on the Law school on the vibes. est Service fire tower, which we play and souds like this, the, September; ADPi, C i Omega, for a loop. -ith present day
The boys will hold the sessions at knew was the oly shelter within drabaa reviewer seebs sybathetic, I Ti-Delts, and KA! (Oh,theater is that it isn't exciting --
the Kit Kat on Wednesday after- miles, but "the show must go on. hobe you tudderstad. just saying that)enough ACT! There's a dif- WEY CUMM.N.
Department Store noons from 4:00 to 7 p. m. Seeing Into the rain and soon we we ference between 'out Heroding Cli't' COBU
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA as how J. C. Petrillo won't let the orouhlv and completely wet. 9 t tiC 6 Herod,' and sincere emotional act- 1o0YD l.A
the boys play unless they get pay. Ah-but so as the motor of our ing. Let's bring the wonder and -- ..
the sessions won't be held at night. truck. It stalled; stopped-right 4> excitement of good theater into,. .. .
Air Conditioned For Your Comfort Now that exams are coming up, on the top of a hill. Lightning.. this production. "
let's all remember what swell fel- tops of hills...we were wet. We "Here is the tragedy of medi-
lows ur professors are. Let's all laughed andlaughed. Must keep All you music loving students ar ious musical programs f ocrity aninefecti ess TUESDAY WED SDAY
let em konw that we realize what my shoes dry, I thought: so off who want a beak from thesteady 1000 to 1200. During the day integrated world the looking
a strain they have been under, with them and into a slightly shel- grind of studying, tune in to 1230 such musical programs as the back when we should be looking: ,
trying to force knowledge into our there d compartment. Cigarettes, on your radio dial and listen to Variety arade at 10:00 can bd Jive ahead the directionless and
feeble brains. Trying so hapd, in matches, watches, shirts, books, the musical programs that WGGG til Five starting at 400 can becareless dreaming of the future
Diamonds, Watches And Jewelry fact, that they have insisted on notes, sketches, into the glove has to offer throughout the day. Heard. when we should mark a discernible /
Shs And Jewelry cSaturday classes That is t fine, compartment. Wake up in the morning to the RF as several programs goa and march unswervingly .... c T .
Gifts Ad Faors For pedanic attitude for our professors Must get the machine off the "Alarm lock Club" from 7:00 to which havetudent appeal, such the frustrating results of being
to take. In fact, everything they d.- road...we pushed. caught a 8:00 and go to bed listening to as: For all baseball fans that lis- crippled when nothing should stop -lg| '
AllOccasonsfo ten in, the Gainesville G-Men's two growth. These characters are a
All Occasion is pedanic. This should be good fornight stand with the DeLand Red miniature world temporarily stop- S SOTIi:'
atleastone anyho. Executive Council M inutesters will be broadcast Thursped. Show the Tuin arid negative-: .
day and Friday night at 9:15, and ness of it all. Know and be these
on Saturday night the game be- people don't externalize them THURSDAY thru MONDAY
FLORIDA GIFT SHOP ork was reported begun on revision of the constitution. Jack teen Gainesville and St. Agus .e them inside 5 BIG DAYS
Clark, secretary of social affairs, reported on findings for proposed tine will be heard at 8:15. "Good scripts plus good actors No Ad e i Admirions
(Home Of Beautiful Gifts) social week-end. Douglas Martin reported that Business Manager Music fans will be interested in make good directors. I expect to
REBUILT Baughman is aiding the drive for pencil sharpeners, and that Baird the "Three for the Money" show be thoi'ht a gpod director!" s
301 W. UnijY. Ave. Phone 1668 Hardware Co., Silverman's and the Primrose Grill said they will cash featuring the music of Mark War- So many people forget the role
veterans' checks without charge. A motion was made to have a func- now from 11:00-12:00 on Satur- of the director in unifying and ere-
THE tion for the members of student government. Committee was ap- da y night. Also, every afternoon eating a play yet he is the cen-
pointed. of the week the Martin Block ter of play activity, and though
SHOES Committee was appointed to place pay-telephone stations in the Show at 2:15. Modern Musical not seen actually on stage during
Flavets. Secretary of Public Relations Handley was appointed to start Matinee at 3:30 p. m., and Music a. performance, undoubtedly his in- I
H d to Please at 6:30 p. in. are all mu- fluence cloaks the actors, setting
TH FACTORY work on reducing rates for students within the city. John Carter was sical highlights. and technicalities of the psoduc- 'i
S E appointed to order keys for student government. For all the rabid political stu- tion. He takes up where the play-
WAY dents on the campus there will be wright left off for no play-
TH a 01 H OA a complete coverage of the Demo- wright expresses specifically all .p -.-
M cratic convention on WRUF next ... .-. ..

B We Dye All KindS The famous detective arrived on First Electrician: "Have we any 'LAST DAY
Oreakfas ..f 'the scene. four volt, two watt bulbs?" Junior: "Let's teach that dumb T-, .. T O .LAST DAY
"Heavens," he said, "this is more Second Ditto: "For what?" blonde the difference between right "TH
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pen n unday oods dow is broken on both sides." Second: "Two what?" Senior: "You teach her what's FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Goods First: "Yes." right." Two lovely co-eds need a place to live .... But they must be worried
n+-xx x x X x to get a place . It's Howlarious Especially when the co-c"s
SeafOOd FOR BEST IN SHOE REPAIR* Jack and Jill went up the hill, Father: "Say, it's 2 o'clock. Do A C are Blonde TWINS
QUALITY MATERIALS AND Each had a dollar and a quar- you think you can stay all night?" D H
Ste Cho p REASONABLE PRICES- ter. Suitpr: "I'll have to telephone U 30c I 9c .. "L < "
Steaks Chops TRY THE Jill came down with two and a home first." x L L
Now do you think they went up T Do6--- D '
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x x x Stude: "No sir." Boris Karloff IP sltaE
Shop Little Audry's mother bought Prof: "Then sit down and stop "DICK TRACY MEETS '' iT ..._._ --
Homemade Pies a Specialtyop her a silk slip. Little Audry just acting like an idiot." GRUESOME" Plus:-EDDIE DEAN IN "SHADOW VALLEY"
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With the London edition of the In the century, Mel Patton, Ci'om- In So II f I I i I
iummet'r Olympic Games but a few well's own Southern Cal comet and
-eeks off,. Uncle Sam's athletes holder of the new world mark of
n perhaps the best condition of 9.3 seconds, should s-ow his vaunt- By arolud McMullen
ny in the world, begin tapering ed heels to the rest of the world. Four teams, The Saints, Sigma Nu. Alpha Tau Omega. and the Bob-
li for the track and field events, IThese are the lead pipe cinches, cats, are still undefeated in intramural softball after Tuesday's tour-
nd for the first time in this year's and the rest of the track team nament games.
ilynmpics will rank as distinct fa- will shape up only as cinches for TEP and Terrell were dropped from the ranks of the undefeated
orites. plenty of points under the watch- in games this week. The Saints
V e t e r a n Sou ern California ful eyes of the famed Olympic and Sigma. Nu are the oly unde-
i'ack Coach Dean Cromwell has Torch that will buia continuously! feated teams that have scheduled
inder his wing the strongest, fast- throughout the game.. diamond battles for the remain-
st, most willing group of cinder In the field events, Charlie Fon- 'GII S der of this week. Sigma Nu has
tars ever assembled, including ville, gargantuan like Michigan i two games, SAE and Wesley
uch great teams in the past com- shot-putter, and familiar Fortune t Foundation, while the Saints have
losing Jesse Owens, Archie San Gordien, the Minnesota shot and only one game, that being with the
lomani, Glen Cunningham, Clyde discus point-getter, will take back Rei I IU I Tarpons.
etffries and even back to Indian seats to no one. Both of these In Tuesday's games ATO de-
Proving grounds such as the far ahead of the rest of the field Fped SAE 6-1, the Beef Trust nip-
)ralke and Penn Relay's, the Na- that second place in either event l? ui r ped SPE 917, and the Saints
ional Collegiate meet and last will look like an also-ran. romped TEP 14-0.
reek-end's Milwaukee carnival And the saping goes that the Norman Freedman and Rosalyn
thoroughly proved or disproved eam in first place on the Fourth AnnEngland won the shuffleboard
he prowess of any of the doubt- :of July will wind up in the World or s Announ tournament defeating Ralph
iul. until today Cromwell can v'e Series. In the Major's, its '2leve- Plans After Return and Nan Taylor Tuesday, July
)i h any nation in any event, pos-! land and the Boston Braves. In From Indianapolis 6.
,v :excluding the long distance idue despect to Tampa's Pete Nor- Bill Moor, Student Intramural
aces. for so long synonymous with ton who predicted flatly in a pre- Director, announced that there
he Scandinavian countries, Nor- season column that any team that Bobby Forbes' sudden announce- would be no intramural swim-
\av, 'weden and Finland. did not train in Florida could not Iment of his retirement from col- ming meet due to a lack of active
In the hurdles it Nwill be Har- win the pennant, this writer is legiate football wars came as a participation.
prison Dillard, the Baldwin-Wallace still on the Cleveland band-wagon Icomplete surprise and caught grid Following s the schedule f the
flash all the way, with Clyde (They trained in Arizona) and fans throughout the state totally intramural softball games for the
"SmackoveIr" Scott of Navy and well go Pete one better by pick- unprepared. rer-'ainder of the week:
\rkansas fame hot on his heels. ing the Giants (also members of The fleet half-back, who ranked FiDNESDAY-JULY 7, 4:15 PM
the Arizona Spring delegation.) number four in the nation during Field
I Wait till those Giant pitchers the past season in ground-gaining, 1 Tarpon Club vs. Saints
Sound in'o form. i made his announcement upon re- 2-Sigma Nu vs. SAE
N W ound o fom. turning from Indianapolis where 3-Theta Chi vs Murphree
he had worked out with the Indi- 4-SPE vs. Fletcher L
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Gator Barber c.oss until it's erected. You can
be sure though, that many of the
defenses will have some new
Sho I twists to them this year."
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Sam Teague

New Flavet

I!S Mayor

Tallahassee Business
Administration Senior
Replaces Yon'der Heyde
Recent elections held in Flave'
III, the Univehsity of Florida's
largest veteran city, resulted in
Henry von der Heyde of Jackson-
ville turning over the office or
Mayor Lo Sam E. Teague, senior
in the College of Business Ad-
ministration from Tallahassee; the
appointment of a secretary and
treasurer; and the election of four
new commissioners.
r.'ne new secretary or ne
village commission is William
B. Murray of Tampa, and serving
her second term as treasurer
is Mrs. H. N. Ivey of Marianna.
Iew commissioners serving
their first term on the commis-
sion are: Bob Scott, Leesburg;
Hugh Epps, Jacksonville; Carl
Swanson and Paul Stevens,
Hollywood. Retiring commission-
ers who were not subject to
re-election are: Mrs. Clyde Tram-
mel, West Palm Beach; Henry
Ivey, Marianna; Joe Tarmargo,
Tampa; S. J. Mark, Alachua;
George Hamlin, Tallahassee;
L. W. Faulkner, Hollywood;
Harry W. Allen, Panama City;
and Randy Wiles, St. Augustine.
In the recent general election
held on June 18th, two important
amendments were voted into the


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Milbrath Is

Named Editor


anopolis Indians of the Ameri- *'.. ..""A 'IU .- L amendienLs were vote e intie
ccan Association. Field village constitution. The first
When asked whether or not he 1-Tarpon Club vs. Thomas E-F amendment was a provision mak- w V
had inked a professional baseball 2-Sigma Nu vs. Wesley Found, ing it necessary that a person, in L
contract, Forbes said that any 3-Mu'rphree vs. Buckman E order to be notified for mayor, Virgil L Melbrath of Fort Og- 3
such announcement would have to 4-PKA vs. Fletcher L must have served at least one den, Florida, has been named Ed- a
come from the Pittsburgh front term in some capacity on the vil- itor-in-Chief of the fall issue of the t
office. Pittsburgh being the par- i 1 t d large commission. This provision University of Florida Law Review.
ent club of Indianapolis. Hi l Selected was felt necessary in order to Milbrath succeeds Warren M. c
Roy Hamey, General manager of insure an experienced man in of- Goodrich, of Jacksonville. f
the Pirates stated over the week- For Two Spots fice of mayor. Newly appointed members of p
end that Forbes definitely had not The second amendment to the the editorial board are: Russell I
signed a contract. O All SEC T constitution provided for the ro- McIntosh, Lake Worth: Notes and s
In addition to having foregone n ll station of the election of comr- Comments editor; E. B. Griffis,
any further gridiron activities, U missioners in order that there Fort Lauderdale, Legislative edi- b
Forbes stated that he intends to George Hills, University of Flor- would never be more than four tor; William Goldstein, Jackson- 1
drop his softball interests. Last ida shot and discus thrower whonew men being elected to the ville, and John A. Jones, Hastings,
summer he was a member of the won the Southeastern Conference commission at one time. This Case Editors; Reese Smith, Plant
crack Clearwater Bomber soft- shot title four times, has recently provision insures an uninterrupted City, Articles Editor: and Corise
ball team, the same outfit that been selected for two positions on functioning of the commission dur- Varn, St. Augustine, Research Ed-
made such a fine showing in the the 1948 All-SEC track and field fn n election periods, itor .
Cleveland softball tourney, team announced by the magazine, ing the election periods. itor.
The speedy southpaw has admit- Southern Coach and Athlete. Other editorial staff meeinbers
ted that he .will probably be with The Jacksonville boy, who ar a ha Th omas Barnes, Jacksonville,
the Williston Dixie Lilly Millers participated recently in the NCAA Jack Collie, West Palm Beach,
when the state semi-pro baseball track meet at Minneapolis, was P D isThomas Nelson, Lake Walesa
tournament gets under way. He named for first place among the George Pringle, Leesburg, James
will undoubtedly see action at his shot putters and for third place i Middleton, Mena, Arkansas, John
familiar first base position. 'among the discus tossers. Van de Motter, Gainesville, and
'" eR usEarl Warford, Miami. George b
Kates, Miami, is Business Mana- I
SALES OPPORTUNITIES UNLIMITED ger of the publication, and Curtis I
Law Fraternity IS Hamilton, Miami, Circulation man-
anuThor Corpori eedst At ager.
Thor Corporation Needs Even The first number of the Univer-
SvKift Kat Club Event sity of Florida Law Review was
10 000 Q qualified Salesm en Members of Phi Delta Phi legal presented to Governor Caldwell in
V000 uaBT Salesm n fraternity held their summer rush March at the time Dr. J. Hills
party Wednesday, June 23, at the Miller was inaugurated President "
With the return of the buyer's a fast-moving, hard-hitting dealer Kit Kat Club. The rushees were of the University. The subscrip-
market, the major appliance in- sales organization. entertained at a banquet dinner tion list for the second issue, to (
dustry is looking to the nation's "The new crop of graduates- and by informal speeches by prom- be published July 1, includes mem- i
campuses for bright young men 85 per cent of them veterans-fills inent Gainesville citizens. bers of the legal profession in
to carry forth its sales colors, the bill as a nucleus for such an Featured on the -irogram were twenty-seven states and the Dis-
One, Thor Corporation, a lead- organization." S. T. Dell, Gainesville city attor- trict of Columbia. The Law Re-
ing manufacturer of home appli- The sales opportunities are not ney, principal speaker; Judge John view is also mailed to Cambridge,
ances, admits frankly it wants limited to university graduates, A. H. Murphree, circuit judge, pre- England, and Capetown, South
10,000 college men to join its deal- but also are available to under- senting a national history of .the Africa.. ,
e'r sales force. graduates, who can find in them fraternity, and Selden Waldo.
"The old order-ta.king days are the chance to combine summer- prominent Gainesville attorney and *
over." Jason Hurley, Thor vice earnings with invaluable sales University of Florida Law School! t O
president, declared, "and Thor is training under the guidance of faculty member, serving as mas-
intensifying its efforts to rebuild keen, experienced dealers, ter of ceremonies. A
The appliance executive stressed The law students who were! Outh Cr Up
that, in addition to forming the pledged by Phi Delta Phi were:
Art Dept. M oves nucleus of a rebuilt dealer sales Charles VW. Burke, St. Peters-
organization, the new student or burg; William D. Hixon, Naples; ves ar y
To E Build in graduate-salesmen will form the William B. Holland, Bartow; Phil-
group from which the corporation lip G. Nourse, Fort Pierce; Erhart Westminster Fellowship, Presby-,
The Art Department, formerly ultimately will draw its sales exec- G. Peterson, Gainesville: Jack IV. terian youth organization on the'
he rt epatment ormerly utives. Pierce, Miami; Charles B. Rambo, campus, is sponsoring a swimming
located in the Law Building, has Another advantage, he said, is Tampa; James Kt. Rush, Orlando; a atnoon ral
Engineering Building, Hollis Hol- that the new salesman can be em- Charles A. Wade, Pensacola; Wil- Presbyterian students and their
brook, head of the department, played in his home town, where he liam S. Belcher, St. Petersburg; friends, whether they have yet af-
said yesterday.ent, has established housing. He there- Edward A. Moore, Daytona Beach; filiated with the group or not.
Increased enrollment and need fore does not have to move to a Charles L. Rocker, Lakeland; Meeting at the Presbyterian
for larger space was the reason new city and begin the disappoint- Thomas R. SWaddell, Daytona, and Student House at 2 o'clock, the
given for the move. ing-hunt for new quarters. Marvin B. Woods, Polk City. group will travel by automobile
The Art Department was form- Mr. Hurley said that Thor, man- to Cowpen's Lake, 20 miles from
ed into a separate department ufacturer of ironers and clothes A Gainesville on the Palatka Road.
only last semester with Holbrook and dishwashing machines, is in- u s At the lake there will be swim-
as head. It is a unit of the School structing its distributors and deal- ming and a picnic supper featur-
of Architecture and Allied Arts. ers to screen any such applicants ing "sessionburgers," a Presbyte-
Several exhibitions of student that are available. io rian special.
art will be presented in the Flor- A 50 cent admission charge will
ida Union during the summer by be made for transportation and
the department, Holbrook said. p k urday supper and those planning to at-
Visitors are welcome tohe decomepart- a S peThe Audubon Society of the Un- tend must sign up at the Student
up and look around the depart- Adeiphos Iversity of Florida will make its House before Saturday.
ment, hesaid. AtAdelphos t ninth field trip at a special picnic Presbyterian students are also
occasion arranged for the late af- invited to the Sunday night song-
Coach MacAllister Dr. E. W. Garris, of the Gaines- ternoon of Saturday. July 10. Ob- fest and the Westminster worship
Mapping 25-Game ville lodge, was guest speaker at servers will leave the Florida Un- program at 6:15 Sunday night.
Mapping che-dau F the Monday night meeting of the ion on foot at 6:00 p. m. for a
Schedule For Spring Adelphos, campus Masonic organi- two-mile walk to the vicinity of E
Coach Sam McAllister of the zation. His subject was Masonic the ibis rockery on Lake Alice to SPE Fraternity
university ot Jelorlmaa easet- charity, in which he explained the watch the thousands of water foul
eers is currently mapping a various methods of giving charity assembling there at nightfall. Sponsors Second
15-game schedule for the 1948-49 to those who need it. Each person will supply himself
basketball season. It will be the The next regular meeting of the with a suitable light supper. Kiddie Capers
same number of regular season Adllohos will be Aug. 2. All those The total distance to be covered
games the Gators played this interested are urged to attend, will be approximately five miles of q2hort
year. Plans will be made for a program easy walking. Return will be made lortypop dresses, short pants and
of social functions this summer, to the campus before nightfall. long lollypops will be the theme
Spell This Name and a guest speaker will be pres- this weekend for Sigma Phi Ep-
Spell ThiS Name and a st speaker will be pres silon's second annual Kiddie Ca-
McGee And Not Magee ent. Bar Association ps party Friday
To the Magees from Hartford, Festivities will begin Friday
Conn., go our most sincere apolo- Education Club Picnic On Aug. 7 night with an informal dance at
gies for unwittingly spelling the the house fo' Sig Ep members
rand old name "McGee" in last, Is Host At Party At Goldhead Park morning andbreakfastheir dwill topAnofeathe
we s "Ch Ta" cl mus The Chalk and EraseAll membersof the John Marsh-, first night's fun.
beattriurtherdmthe heat, but to graduatee Education Club, and the all Bar Association are hereby Saturday at noon the group
be attributed to the he bu gau Edu Cred with notice: OnSatudai leaves for Camp Wauburg for
Art MAGEE, of the Gainesville e Education afternoonAugst7caravans lunch' an afternoon of games and
Sun staff, whose name we knock- College of Education will sponsor depart from the Law school for swimming and a supper to be held
ed all over County Cork, this will a swimming party at Camp Wau- Goldhead State Park f ato 6 o'clock.
be of little consolation: burg, for members and dates. The An afternoon filled with picnic- Home from Wauburg. the "kids"
thShades ofh. McGillicudy, get out party will meet in front of K. ing swimming, softball or just begin arriving at the house at 8
SSchl at 3:00 plain resting is on the docket, o'clock, and at 9 will be present-
day.lk and Eraser held i ts first as released by the president, David ed with an informal skit, members
Chalk and Eraser held its rst Yoakle. of which have yet to be drafted.
Vidal Drug Co. dance of the summer session last highlighting the frivolity will Bob Scott will act as master of
Monday night at the Recreation ae a. clash between softball teams I ceremonies. At this time prizes
04 E. Univ. Ave. Hall on Campus. At intermission representing the three legal frater-i will be offered for the best cos-
204 E. Univ. Ae. Paul Lanton entertained with nities. Phi Alpha. Delta winners 'tumed couple.
hone 239 selections on the piano. last year are out to repeat per- Breakfast will again be served
Charlie Wainwright, President, formance but the reporter from between 12 and 1 a. m., closing
"Prescriptions announced that Chalk and Eraser Phi Delta Phi and Delta Theta. out the weekend except for Sun-
keys will be presented at the next Phi camps indicate a difference day's "scrapbook showing hour."
Our meeting, July 19. All members of in opinion. Team coaches and al-
Specialty" the College of Edation are in- lee stars will be contacted for 2nd -or $1.00 per person with
vited. pre-game statements in the second children admitted free with par-
vited notice. ents, so make your plans now to
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D SeyS Bakery is a between Uiver- o i SALES SERVICE RENTALS
Sates of the University of Florida. STANDARD OR PORTABLE
Mrs. June Grim Jones and her U
T. S. "Uncle Tom" husband, Mack W. Jones, both re- MACHINES o
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orsey at commencement exercises last AL L
Proprietor night. Both will leave this week 0
for the University of Alaska in f PARKER OFFICE MACHINE CO.
SFairbanks where they will work in
125-127 S. Pleasant St. a government observatory. n (Underwood Agency) Q
Telephone 4_89 Much travelled, the two were P 16
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Grad Education
Club Holds Swim
Party At Wauberg
The Graduate Education Club
will hold a swimming party at
Lake Wauberg today starting at
o'clock. All members and guests
.re invited to come and join in
his recreational get-together.
Those interested, with or with-
out transportation, should meet in
iront of P. K. Yonge School at 3
p. m. to continue out to the lake.
ce cream will be served, but not
upper.
Come on out, cool off, and get
better acquainted with your fel-
ow students.

Shonbrun s

Chosen Head

OfPayers
At a recent meeting of the
Florida Players, Herman Shon-
brun was elected President, James
Dee, Vice President, and Louise
.ivengood, Secretary-Treasurer.
Shonbrun has been seen in "The
Male Animal," "You Can't Take It
With You," "Hasty Heart," "Anti-
gone," and "Joan of Lorraine.'
Jim Dee appeared in "To The
Ladies," "State of the Union,"
'Playboy of the Wc-tern World,"
'Joan of Lorraine." and "Inspector
General." Miss Livingood played
n "Candida," "Playboy of the
Western World," and "Inspector
General." All three are working
with the technical staff of "Glass
Menagerie."
President Shonbrun appointed
Clay Fields chairman of the Radio
Committee, Larry Redman, chair-
nan of the ushering committee,
Mildred Langford, chairman of the
publicity committee, and Pat
O'Neal and Pete House, co-chair-
men of the Alumni committee.


Jour. Frat.

Plans Fal

Grid Party
Sigma Delta Chi, professional
journalistic fraternity, is now mak-
ing tentative plans for its annual
Gridiron Banquet to be held this
fall in Jacksonville the night of
the Florida-Georgia game.
Elgin White, over-all chairman
for this year's banquet, will an-
nounce in the near future the
appointment of committees to
handle publicity, invititations and
skits. No theme for this year's
banquet has been chosen as yet.
The banquet is patterned after
the famed Gridiron Dinners of the
National Press Club held several
times a year in Washington at
which time club members in song
and skits "roast on the gridiron"
persons who have figured promin-
ently in the news during the past
several months. The dinners are
attended by most of official Wash-
ington and prominent guests ad-
dress the club members in strictly
off the record speeches.
Last year Sigma Delta Chi put
Florida's gubernatorial candidates
on the gridiron at its banquet.



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Shown above is the new village commission for the University of Florida's Flavet III. (Seated, left
to right) Mayor, Sam E. Teague, Tallahassee; Secretary, William B. Murray, Tampa; Treasurer, Mrs.
H. N. Ivey, Marianna; Commissioners: Mrs. Clyde Trammell, West Palm Beach; Henry Ivey, Mariaana;
Joe Tamargo, Tampa; S. J. Mark, Alachua; George Hamlin, Tallahassee; (Standing, left to right) Paul
Stevens, Hollywood; Lester W. Faulkner, Jr., Hollywood; Hugh Epps, Jacksonville; Bob Scott, Lees-
burg; Carl Swanson; Harry W. Allen, Panama City, Florida; Managers: Paul Lacky and John Crosby.


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UNIV. CATTLE TO HAVE NEW HOME

New Dairy Research Unit

Planned For Fla. Ag School


Swing Your Partner


A new dairy research unit with and evaluating pasture crops in 'i
expanded facilities for the Univer- terms of milk production. The ma-
sity of Florida Agricultural Ex- jor part of the research will point
periment Station is expected to be toward the value of improved fer-
established as soon as details on tilized pasture crops in terms of .
land titles and bids can be clear- milk production."
ed, it was announced today by The herd now contains 160 ani- I P
Harold Mowry, director. mals, mostly of the Jersey breed.
The new unit will be located at Dr. Becker says it is contemplated '
Hague, about 10 miles from that Gurnseys and a third breed
Gainesville, and will occupy 1,200 will be added in time. The herd
acres of land fronting on U. S. will continue to supply milk to the
Highway 441 and the Hague-La- University of Florida Dairy Prod- "
crosse highway. Railroad sidings, ucts Laboratory, Cafeteria and In- --
power lines and telephone connec- firmary.
tions are nearby. Funds for the The old dairy barn now being i
purchase of the land and erection used was constructed in 1914. It '
of the first buildings have been will be torn down when the new
released by the Cabinet Budget unit is completed to make room
Commission, and the State Board for expansion on the University
of Control expects to open bids on campus. Am.
the main dairy barn and labora- i
Dr. R. B. Becker, dairy husband- j:
t tecneoargftue University Adds i
man in charge of the new unit,
says the land is largely Leon and U'vs y d
Scranton soils, and that a large
proportion of Florida dairies are on .
Leon soils of similar productivity. .o 0 41
He says the soils are adapted to c M embers I
grass and legume pasture and fo- This ain't no waltz, Willie! Throw your pard around! Four teachers
rage crops. T 0f I f jtf pull the "Birdie-in-the-Cage" routine at one of the weely square
Funds available at present, Dr. dances in the gym. In the "cage" is Louise McKinney, Cross City. On
Becker says, are not sufficient to o Vu JIOS IJ, the left Is Veda Claxon, Orlando; Walter Middlecoff, Jacksonville, and,
build the shelter barn and experi- at the back of the cage, Crockett Farnell, Tampa.
mental hay drying unit, calf barns. Appointment of 15 additional
bull pens, maternity barn, and faculty members to the expanding I F
helpers' cottages or to purchase staff of the University of Florida O s n uBd oufd
all the needed equipment to oper- was announced today by Univer-
ate the unit. sity officials. A*
He points out that several miles The new faculty members, ap- A u rre DJance irc us
of woven wire fence will, be ..re- proved by the Board of Control,
quired for yards, lanes and experi- will join the University staff with-
mental pastures. Standing timber in the next several months. By Joe Sherman e ertoire of Herman Schnell, head
on the land will be used to pro- They include four additions each You can take a boy out of the of the Department of Required
vide fence posts, to the College of Arts and Science country-but he'll bring a square Physical Education, the outings
Primary purpose of the new and Education, three to the College dance with him. started as small fry and have
unit," the dairy scientist says, "is of Business Administration, two A weekly session of good old- kedforward weekly occa
for teaching and research in prob- to the College of Engineering, and fashioned square dancing is holding swon.
lems of dairy production with dairy one each to the College of Agri- its own with other forms of recrea- ion.
cows, raising calves and heifers, culture and the University Col- tional entertainment among the A purely non-commercial activ-
lege. University of Florida summer ity, the dances are being carried
Appointments by colleges in- school students. on through the summer by the
clude: Many of the state's secondary Majors Club oi the College of
A complete stock of glass watch College of Arts and Sciences school teachers are among the Athyslical The atidmission is 15Health and
crystals for round, fancy shapes Max 0. Mauderli, assistant pro- addicts who weave and bob and Athletics. The admission is 15
rysa for round, fancy shape essor of German, formerly pro- pranceand pirouette to the unend- cents per dances.
and waterproof watches. Prompt fessor in Switzerland and the ing strains of "Turkey and the! In addition to the University's
Service. University of Pennsylvania. Ralph Straw" or its equivalent-if it regular student body, folks out for
W. Young, instructor in mathe- has one, the dances include Walter Middle-
50c-$1.00-$1.50 matics, former instructor, Lehigh coff, Bernard Loft and Miss Ruth
University. School of Pharmacy Little or no knowledge of Smith of Jacksonville's Andrew
Dr. Elbert Voss, head proffesor square dancing is strictly no ex- Jackson High School; John Mc-
COeS JeWelerS of pharmacognosy and pharma- cuse for not joining one of the Donald, dean of boys, Palm Beach
Co eS JeWcology, formerly professor at two rings of the dance circus at Junior College; L. Jack Smith,
University of Wisconsin, Duquesne the basketball courts each Thurs- est Palm Beach High coach, and
423 W. University Ave. University and Creighton Univer- day evening. Miss Betty May George, West
,,_-_.B sity and Frank A. Duckworth, And if you just know what Palm Beach physical education
instructor, experienced in practice he's talking about when the dance i teacher: Ernie Priest, supervisor
of pharmacy and law. master yells "all jump up and when I of hea*l.h and physical education
E ATIN 0 PA Y.S College of Education Wayland you some down, swing your honey of Escambia County, Pensacola;
SB. Phillips, acting assistant pro- 'round and 'round", why, you will Coach J. L. Slade and Physical
The average col- fessor of secondary education, be welcome at the Tuesday evening Education Teachers Mike Long
lege man earns formerly on staff at George Pea- practice dances which are almost and Mrs. Mary Norfleet, of Fort
approximately body College; James W. Crews. as big as the real McCoy. Myers.
$88,000 more instructor, department of business It all started during the regular Everybody has a great time.
than the non- education, former graduate assis- college year when the newly form- It's true that a lot of people zig
earncollege wage tant at the University of Florida; ed Women's Recreation Associa- when they should be zagging, but
Sm. The Ren Coge Planr p Marshall Hamilton, teacher, P. K. tion, an outgrowth of the program not nearly as often as you might
vides a convenient wCollege rantee Yonge, former high school teacher for women offered by the College think. For dancers who have passed
a cole education for your child at Delray Beach: and David H. of Physical Education, Health and through eras of the Charleston,
whether or not you live. Sherman, teacher, P. K. Yonge Athletics, decided to sponsor some Black-Bottom, Shag, Big Apple
School, formerly taught school at type of recreational entertainment and Jitterburg, they have an
John B. Livingston Clearwater. to help activate its program., amazing savvy when caller Her-
P. O. Box 199 College of Business Administra- Under the advisorship of Misses man Schnell sings out, "Pick up
Gainesville, Fla. tion Harold E. Hardy, assistant Dorothy McBride and Margaret your hoe and then your spade, grab
RELIANCE LIFE INSURANCE professor of marketing; formerly Weeks, physical education instruct- your partner and promenade."
on staffs on University of Missouri ors, and to the dance-calling rep- It's a carefree gathering. Last
COMPANY OF PITTSBURGH and Minnesota; Leroy L. Quails, Thursday when one of the gals
assistant professor of economics, formerly at University of Illinois; finished a 30 minute marathon
Robert L. Fowkes, Jr., instructor with Crockett Farnell, Hills-
iin economics, at present on staff borough, (Tampa) High School
S* B* at Missouri Valley College. athletic director and head coach
a n College of Engineering Cecil W. and superintendent-elect of edu-
ration Blue St ck Goyder, assistant research engin- cation in Hillsborough County, she
eer, engineering and industrial asked him. "Have you seen so-and-
EX T E experiment station, formerly with so from Pensacola?"
British Broadcasting Corporation "Sure, come on," s'arnell an-
as acting head of the overseas swered lightly, and led her across
and engineering information de- the room to the concession counter.
apartment; and Donald C. Bunting, A moment later he placed a cola
assistant research engineer, en- in her hand and said, "There you
gineering .and industrial experi- are. It is hot, isn't it?"
SEnjoy Yourse fr by Gettin A moment station, formerly with Pan Farnell, by the way, never miss-
Enjoy Yourself by Getting A American Airways as supervisor es a dance, Tuesday or Thursday.
of meteorological training. "This is great," he says. "And
Delicious Dinner College of Agriculture Dr. it'll get you in shape, too. To keep
Tony J. Cunha, associate profis- up with the dance, you've got to
sor, animal industry, experience be alert all the time and your
in teaching and research on .staff reaction must be quick. And you
AF T of Washington State College. can't beat a square dance for
ISUniversity College Dr. Arnold mixing folks up and getting every-
W G. Graeffe, acting associate pro- body to dance with everybody else.
419 N. 9th Street fessor in humanities, former I think it has real possibilities as
chairman of humanities at Los a. good all-around recreation ac-
Phone 2600 Angeles University of Applied tivity for secondary schools."
ST BEducation. Dress for the dances is any-
Get Your Dinner In The Box thing you don't mind getting
sweatty. The girls wear every-
"How did you break your leg?" thing from fly-weight cotton
"I threw a cigarette into a man- prints to the after-thought new
hole and stepped on it." look. Some of the ooys have their
-Voo Doo. ties tight against their Adams
S d f-Al o s r apples when they start and hang-
ing out their hip pockets when they
Al f SPRINGS finish. Others wear T-shirts and
a 1GLEN SPRINGS various degrees of knock-around
pants from sharkskin slacks to
SWIM DANCE and PICNIC rolled-up jeans.
1 N 9 h r Ste Other non regular student
9 S re t 10 a.m to 8 p.m. Daily square dancers are Miss Louise
except Mondy-I p.m. to 8 p.m. Taylor, of Miami Senior High, and
except Mions Invitedoro prtm Sam Musser, of the University of
IJ d ll Partivs Miami physical education staff;
St Od oo i hat S All Parties Richard Spoto, of Jefferson High
8 p.m. to 12 p.m. in Tampa; Miss Ruth Moffatt, of
Woodrow Wilson Junior High in
2 Miles North 9th St., Tampa and chairman of the health
1/4 Mile West and physical education and recre-
ation section of the Florida Edu-
cation Association; Coach Cary
McDonald of Callahan; Miss Vir-
ginia Morton, of Fort Lauderdale
SA A NHgh School, and Mrs. Rita Owens,
SDEAL LAU DRY NOTICE of Tampa's Plant High.
S D AA NDancers who form the two huge
rings each Thursday night in the
basketball court really let their
NOW HaS Two Branche The Florida Union has hairdown and step E"oer'sut of this
provided a reading room strike up "Golden Slippers" and
Herman Schnell warbles, "Around
for the use of the students that couple and take a little peek,
9th Street Branch to enjoy reading the latest back to the center and swing your
sweet.-Around that couple and
With The magazines and b o o k s. peek once more, and back to the
T sa n t e t center and swing all four."
We-Wah-t Or You-Wah- These are not to leave the


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Discussing The Feeling


Carne ie A..A


Florida Artists


Exhibition Opens


At Union Bldg.

Outstanding Entries
By Hilton Leech
And Shirley Clements


The seventh annual exhibition of
the Gulf Coast Group opened last
week in the Bryan Lounge of the
Florida Union under the auspices.
of the School of Architecture and *' S Ii .
Allied Arts. The show is devoted "
to the work of Florida artists of v -
the West Coast and for the most Discussing the feeling that student Charles Holder captured in his
part is concerned with Florida portrait of Dr. Merrill are: L-R, Prof. Hollis Holbrook, Harrison Covy-
scThe Florida Gulf Coast Group is ington, and Albert Stadler of the Art School.
The Florida Gulf Coast Group is
one of the more important of the PAINTING OUTSTANDI NG
few regional groups in the coun-
try to send shows on an annual
nation-wide circuit. These paint- A rt D e arB ent
ing exhibitions have improved
steadily since they were first con- r w
ceived and inaugurated under the Re a rkable row th
sponsorship of the Clearwater Art a e
Museum, under the direction of
R. H. McKelvey. The model wiggled her toes as Professor Hollis Holbrook demonstrat-
Especially gratifying are two ed technique necessary to capture facial expression. The bright June
entries by Hilton Leech, "Copper sun that streamed into the upper .floor of the Engineering Building
Cliff" and "Jungle Path." Shirley blended with the bluish flourescent rays from the ceiling.
Clements' "Behind the Big Top" Then, as the students worked toward the completion of their pre-
is also a study of fine interest. liminary sketches, Professor Holbrook told us the story of the remark-
Alida Conover's "The White able growth of the new Department
Flower" is a powerful canvas. If of Art. Formerly as almost un- water Art Museum, the Daytona
one had to choose the most pro-
ficient technician among the oil noticed part of Architecture and Art Center, and The Ringling
ficient technician among the oil museum this season.
painters, Miss Conover would be Allied arts, the department has professor Holbrookstated
the likeliest choice. Still there are grown about 333 per cent while much of the success of the de-
other paintings of rare proficiency the University as a, whole was apartment is because the entire
in the oil group. Helen Sawyers'
"Rehearsal" and C. M. Nelson's growing 145 per cent. curriculum is undertaken with
"Oyster on the Half Shell" will 'lTne department of Art is a professional attitude. The best
serve as two examples of quality. now divided into four classifica- available teachers are hired and
Georg Snow Hill has contributed tions including painting, com- they must work creatively to-
a lively and much debated work, mercial art, crafts and interior ward their respective goals.
"Antic Antinomy," and B. Z. An- merca art, crafts and interior ward their respective goals.
gle, one of our own University of design. The department is pleased with
Florida artists, is represented by Of these, painting has received the new quarters on the top floor
"Shell and Butterfly." the most statewide and out of of Engineering, but they feel that
The exhibition, secured by the state publicity due to the fact with the fall enrollment they may
University's Department of Art, state pu due t have paintings all over the campus
will be displayed in the union that U F students artist have won due to cramped storage.
lounge for the next two weeks top honors in all state exhivitions Professor Holbrook feels that
so that students, University per- and have received praise from out there is much to be done .in the
sonnel, visitors and towns people of state institutions. The depart- way of Florida art and that his
will have an opportunity to see ment has received requests for boys and girls are well on their
the paintings. work to be exhibited in the Clear- way toward doing it.


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Wil Serve 3,000 At Each M


AROUND GAINESVILLE


Bass Co. Gets


Golf Club Work

Bass Construction Company has
received the contract for Gaines-
ville's new golf clubhouse, expect-
ed to cost around $90,000,

City Manager J. B. Mobley, Jr.,
asserts that after the city begins
treating the water it will no longer
be able to furnish the University
water supply free. That'll be
around September 1. On that date
the local gas consumers will no
longer get a 10 percent discount
on bills paid before the tenth of
the month. They also will pay a
minimum charge of pne dollar.

The G-Men were fighting Day-
tona Beach last night for third
place in the Florida State League.
Before the game they stood half
a game off the third rung.

City Court has been a bit busy
lately in slapping fines on those
with faulty nlufflers on their ve-
hicles.


S.,. makes the most
of yovr picture taking


Our appetite is surging, our
esthetic sense is surging, our curi-
osity is surging-in short, we can't
wait until the new cafeteria is fin-
ished. And it won't be long.
In an interview with George
Baughman, University Business
Manager, this week we learned
that, when completely finished,
the new and redecorated cafeteria
will be without equal among Uni-
versity institutions of this type
in the nation.
There will be three dining halls
-two for complete dinners and
one for short orders-and five
separate service lines. Facilities
for the seating of one thousand
persons will be provided and twen-
ty five hundred to thrm, thous-
and will be served at each meal.
Rest room facilities are to be
the "latest word" in that line
complete with Powder Room for
ladies and Smoking Room for men.
The entire building will be com-
pletely soundproofed and air con-
ditioned in the most modern man-
ner. An attractively furnished and
comfortable lounge will be there
for the convenience of the stu-
dents. All rooms will be wired
for sound and music will be piped


signed to help students sell o
trade anything fro ma house ti
a mouse.
In order to take advantage 0
f e "this unique general store of th,
if ter a sir. mail a post card to WGGG
Include a description of the article
terms of potential transaction, an(
eal Byour name and address. Free a
charge. WGGG will broadcast thi
into the dining halls during meals, i descriptive material and give eac]
Along with the physical im- article a number. Those student
provements will come an equiva- wh o are interested in a particular
lent jump in the quality of the item can write to WGGG and giv
food. Miss Melby, at present with the number of the item wanted. Th
the Teachers College of Columbia station will then arrange a meeting
University, New York City, hasbetween buyer and seller in orde
been procured as new dietician., to complete the sale or exchange,
Kitchen facilities for the prepara- Six days a week, Monda
tion of the food will be complete- I through Saturday, "SWAP SHOP
ly new and furnishings will be in can be heard from 11 to 11:15 p.n
stainless steel. The operation of In addition, the management
the cafeteria will serve in the 'expects to broadcast "STUDEY
training of majors in hotel man- NEWS AND VIEWS" on Monda
agement and allied fields. and Tuesday nights from 10:45 :
The new addition is expected to 11 p.m. At present. "NEWS ANI
be finished by October 1 of this VIEWS" is heard on Monda
year with the redecoration of the nights only.
old section to be completed some- I "SWAP SHOP" and "NEWI
time early in 1949. The cost of the 1 AND VIEWS" are featured on thi
whole project will approach $840,- i all-request "COLLEGE HOUR.'
000. The result will be the simu- a program of recorded music
lation of one completely new which is heard from 10:30 thin
building 12 p.m. nightly.


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Architecture School
And Gen. Ext. Div.
Sponsors Course

The School of Architecture and
Allied Arts in cooperation withth,
General Extension Division an
the American Institute of Archi.
tects will hold a Carnegie A.I,
Summer Session beginning July ii
and continuing for three weeks
The purpose of ihe session is
to show tilhe influence for goo0
or ill of architecture and the
arts in everyday life. Enrollment
is open to leaders in civic and
educational work as well as to
students. The course will carry
three hours of college credit.
Designed for thise interested ii
i the community, the school, th,
Church, the commercial and in.
dustrial elements, and the, ho 1
:as environment influences in hl
man development, the session wil
include lectures, demonstrations
conferences. films and field trips,
The University of Florida is
one of two institutions in the
United States selected by the
American institute ol Arcn-.
tects to offer the Carnegie AI.A,
Summer 'Session this year.
A special bulletin describing thi
Session may be obtained on re
quest from the Registrar or fron
the School of Architecture an(
Allied Arts.



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On Wednesday night, July 7
WGGG premiered "SWAP SHOP"
;a new service to the Universite
of Florida students.
"SWAP SHOP" has been de




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BEAT THE HEAT Camp Wauburg Beckons Summer Session Students F l er With Varied Activities By lack G.1ry X111. ies th f oftrland o sv apthe WOa hghaian twentty VOL. 39 B No. 4 UNIvRSTYoF FLORIDA, GAINESVILE FLORIDA THUItSDAY, JULY 8, 1548C rm tl, of Gat,1,d I asCnp W-;brgGaateed t bat' 3 ;NO4UNVRITmF il eCas the heast, and I sure "ue for elassroo 9.ma, brary lethargy. and,-Pe dnJl13r41 an99d ier' -ot'to a]] ste;9oqts, t999;6ymebrs. aT 1f i;9 9ilthments he19k9font9;in9it9g 69,,Ioher 20 Students To SeDr. Davidson Vice-President FIC Rededicaes J ,, irtdf all theor Is the take, cool I d initing--and %let. flathersfDeaTens of Wi a, ly i 9ith lath house located n9"h. Fihe bais ar available t *R T s Will09m' y dthey99999-99a the~~~~~~~~~Ilsl Atk Recentn n ortoe h eno js rwn ad g"The Glas Mtagerie" which rifardin nRo o hs e.ejy -lo .Ec Isrco uetS e k rwillbe presented next week, 9Tue'l~iftin12I 19 Wenpsday 1.d9Thursy at Then there is the receationbuiding with itU ride screened poch s Srmmerp". 2 to 6 p.i. the lobby o Al box provides usic fd r, dancing and there is amplepace for the Florida Un09and at Cano a'9 9ar n90 9oherhi md-,9 9s9 r r x Further Reduction Summer Service Is Council Aims To Study dhu s d 199o 9909n g9r d .g'. best a9t u. prhapr s ,b be n ,p eird, inr thi n Siz e O f Cla sses Sponsored By Dept. N eeds O f Students A nd its author into interaton al romunds. Fil, lidit .Needs hOfe Students Andrthis ste.Rin 999e1999pring of 19459anAim Og U niversity O f Religion Each Y ear, To Encourage U nity nc fo im t hat e 9r 9t eN York Critic's Circle Award, 19rJ. A. Gllery r. R. .Davison, cairmanThe Florida IndependentCuestbenef the greatest DpItth crrtrer-fteC darmnwl be the cI'S eeutive committee rededpresentations inPlyes -atoy hraigsme eisdof enrol-5 eatenwlaedte prpoes of the associaaccording to ALLIGATOR Draa men-eeeing u 5-,h0sents] guest speaker at the regular Sumti-n at its rgur meeting last Reviewe Gerald Clke. ch ai of h'n Stutr to student erVeper -rvice Sponsored by Wdneday. "Tecs ssal u ontan is he mst 17avohRe attaind in the Depatmet of Religion, Which Ralzgththesem furfthmstkiedctr recn smme sesios, ccodin wil b hed Snda afernonduy of individuals Is to peWhich it has been my privilege to Dean f the University Haley JuI1 t63 .i lrd par themselves through ch1to -see on the University stage, c Jly 1, t f:3)p.n. .hForia S_ .veasti endeavor and participation and thelay itself is nothing IAn analysis of egitrati, figJyLeUmnhpe.amLv incontructive extra-curricular short of eaperb," Clarke said uce and faculY oster-S reveals Dr. Davidson, a grdute Sees acIvite, the alms of the Inde-P As leads in Williams' play e an verll ati o 20stuent t Daidsn Cllge nd he al .ve ors es pendlet Council are to study at O'Neal, a well-remembered each -stratle these nees, encourage particfor his starring role i "The 1999.9 .9a09, 1 99991 9 9DivinitySchool,r1111d as proaonnthe 9etalishd activity Male Animal," "Candida," "State thtti o nl mrvsuonR vso f e-ro lsr h a tvn S u tG v itan to provide supplemetary of the Uion' and "Inpetr er pevius smmes R s iono 0on-Clleebfrcnger. programs if the eitn faciliGeneral," =nd Jayne Crae, who ditions, but upon the Situation F .tis are inadequate; to be alet is best remembered for her roles existing during the last rglarFolwn the .sevice .Sca to their problems -alleviating in "Anigoe." and "tate of the 'emeter as well. h.r ith refreshments Will be any adverst condition; to prUI," d whose iterprettios The 20 to I ratio, however, is anI held in the West Lounge of themt oeac n elwhpo be' HdaGblr'a -vrage f the entire Unvrsty Advocates More FJerda Union buildin. All faculty Rvso fSme among the students; to ncourLSU brought unprecedented ap nrllmet, andr brekdow o eISODOfSume age and train socially responsiplase. regstrtio bycolege shwsa SudetS uncion mebIS, Students and frind. are cos ositto ble leaders, and in a matters Mildred Langfor, experienced ouple kisb.hownapplying fer traspotai.n to Camrp Watuurg atmchgreterproproin.Some 1 For Summer Term i tdtoatn.A MainObec.iveerithte Uiversityete coperain cmsadtalessddeALLrGakRes the F .1-aUno desk. instances. En j~ie wt h nvriyamnsr-unsadtlne acr ae In the ollegs of Business Adtion and existing student orgaithe role preformed on Broadway -ministation, Education, and Law, oy Lee, secretary-treasurer of Sam Love, as vice president of zeations .by Julie Haydn. Jim Mooney, who purpose tfisyear. Nimerous table and benches have been provided -bhoe c.mbied n.llmnRt repe1 teme shoo Student GoN w S se the Student Body, is not content The selection of a $1 charge for has had Wide experience on the .o .pclkts ,-1ih elflrr ielcseonunigU,,ts neary a third of the retire einmen't, is taking up her newt erl fill that position in the membership was a pted as fnal-University stage, takes the part forus bypimkesas el aseiht utoorfieplce fo brnig niersity-the prportion may duties w itha determination to 1 assive manner tradition has ISbecause it is better Suited to the of"tegnlmnclr. those weines just right. Cold drinks a.eavaiable I.mumchhies and ,in as hgh ea 50 or 60 students help improve the operation of thelF rT an g signed it. He feels that it is not large enrollment, adds to the dis"The Glass Menagerie," which boe-to a single instructor. Similar government for the greater beneonly an obligation but his duty to tinction of the group by improvwill be directed by David W. Hooks inlly, theR ar the game facilities and equipment, including horse conditions exist in some departfit of all the stud ent, work hand1 in hand With the pReliig the luity and cooperation, Rad who recntly directed the Successshoe, oeybl n dmnn.Tsemyechcd t rmtemn nth Colleges of Ats slid Miss Lee is particularly anxious d nt to achieve results that epreis still low enough to restrict no ful "Joan of Lorraine," features suevsrat n hr Sciences, Enginring, and the Unto see the sme chool contituen the bet iteets of he Stubyne.e pcialstegingnd forgheffoct ,orrsity Coglge. tin reied, for its present form Sent body Keys and pin adopted byteesecilydsge o h oa Caim, MAuburg 'K afuntin f the JFlrdStdent Ui. StlOn the theradc ee n snt ufiinWthoo al h ..National Independent Students ASproduction by Charles Reed, graddrnt, des!ring to .utilize the eamp's ,facilities most 'ecre pases the cnilegs of Architecture and problems noW faced by he stu jSecilTanin fered The ewvice president, woSocition Will be available to mmet dent I Speech. Music for from hFid.9Ui-nde5k ad presetftem to the IupeRvi" the Allied Arts, Forestry and dent9Government.519er9Graduation9In9One99999e99ca9 inhaco-1 tc1 ,,pn r riaI at e am.Nr fee is requred and the pass sstem Is Phyial Education may contain T "he contittio, ash. aid, Was Iutr dcto eiri tecl ersnaini the council the Same s was used on Broademlydslyto prenn'-Unvesiy personnel from usng asfew as 10 Student. last reised 939, .d t f Armys Branches loge "of agriculture sbsdo ppoiaeyoewy and was composed by Paul Camp )Vaeborg and Its facilities. FrhrrdtIintesofn, I, proriae feer8 Unvr-I This administration 1, 1 S representative member for each Bowles. ,lse the edcimon th Unie -ipwihha rw s raly Anwlytmfr banngare Pon ertam objectves 125 members from theunit .dBecaue of the unusua expense Faculy Invted ity, eclaed Den Chndler Thein both size arfacilities, as Am fiestro tedneWich Ibeive are beneficial and ig the representative. This vaof this production and because the .ideal, he sid, Is a proportion of well -s now being a c-duciAryffcrrthy atednc of our best efforts in is somewhat, hilt the exact Florida Players we ot Subsidized 1)99tyme"r may be admitted to the grounds upon presentation 115Students to an instructor."On an Information is available in the during the summer months an adm .mebeship vrs vial tteFoid no.Ana ebr h woe"h de,"u o-A t the present, hwveMissmde public today by the Florida IsF-remst of these objectives FIC constitution. 1. maintaining mission price of 44 will be ship fee is one dollar.I dition compares very favorably 91. 1 0 Sqo o za I pE aAI Military District Headquarters. i the action being aken tu prit of democracy, dcagd Camp WAlblrgis pnda .m n coe tdr vr ayWith institutions of comparable doing their bet to operate the Opruite o btainig corviet8 he tmerSho o -pEndofnthmin pna osi in hewee ecep Mndy ad ridy.It s loed lldayModaysie ove-Rmet according to the .]dIssoniPnnrtP'mntsare siui. This step appears oefotoftindividual i o 9I.Doth9e999k99999o9' 99919onda1y 11oil 99F, .d9.11.69It919i9099991s99d19.111199-a9 9M999dayloosy 91g9 consituton.ts nnieboth2mo.hs av ie the baig of the students operation vihthgrpr9r196enng and maintenance Friday hours are 9:30 .69.199til 6 Among the thi1g9She9hpend yried9to9partisntivesWill beetedafter p. 9. to see accomplished0this 99um 19erv99,9cnodrio C rml.99 ..pate9in99 a meeting called for a mass meeting the tirt of the A proposed Campuls-Wauburg bus ervc a otytmtrinzdehe insa a o evrHowie, District Comimander. Acthat purpose. fall session, 9920A9999P9s99e .,lounges, me eSt1-9pted applicants will be nlsted9 Ther1is1.0the. field in Which All independents wht h9 to9 1 1ll9n9 ctvonnd, 1o rs in the Regular Army With the ranknp Love sees room for improvement. 19r6 t i 9 ps np this9 9 O9 n0ous 9 9o 9999e99ScholCosst99ision.999e1of9Cpra 1or9 igher before being6talki9g1With19 "6StudentsJ-nci.tion and the various phases of sumerscholcostiuton assigned 1. Office Candidate the campus, the vice pesident has t activities are invited to atMiss Lee s official duties are. o a t iey assfor Ifound many Who do not under. tendtemtngothexutv 999 99eoea rarmn g9999sixsi9moths, stand then part their government committee Wdnsdy -ih 9 r1 t to frmne fe ppoa y Men vith-t pior rmiitary Serplays in river ity Iniie. Because cnatmmbr fte oni. S A hefinc eacomitteean to bvic ,-II Ieceive basic trainng of (,his be favrs a better iR c ie C m ~ fail tr,-,held. In addition to this,however, monh specialized training in one the new atdent With t he purpose 91919991999s Advoc t Moe 9199 96 th 99999Ary branches Will follW and funcion of Student governExecuting Conil dnt Body officers to accompliSh adai. met.AcdigT Pas Remcha psibedun' h Cadida.,.teb ars guaranteed imThe new student shoud b egins Work On mha osbedrrte ediatedi.carge from the Army made aware of te manr tn A veteran who has had a hm -_9 C999 9 R 9 if they fail to be 99ppoitd a which the Studentgveret offieb9ifttheirun vi99 hasbenSpool9 Serhoo onstution 9 ,1 1 honorable. Graduates Will serve student; and what van be cpcfatnsrinlyagedn -August 7th .has been uggestd two years minimum .tive dty complished through that g verm.y mfae H osingintpediteiR.a possible date for the prnfter becoming officers Col. Howie mn."Applications Due Wsbnthe ,an Epeiterom ped Summoer FrolicSocial weeksaid. Another condition Love is anFor Seconmd Sessin plaint investigated ndy Jack Clark, secretary of Qualification far applicants are wiou to pooeo h apsis Alstdn w xpc Anyone who wishes to file a social affairs, at the regular!.S. itienship, high School Rdcleaner political campaign. EAl .uetsho h d~t complaint may Ittai fm Dexective council meeting TiesIto, age etween 20 -nd 28 eai,, md-sli 'ngigntony r-to atn e eon 90fo etad Hoing ay. Juy 6 yeas, high mal character, and flets on the r ,nidteSthmsephre term of the 1948 Summer ofiei ansve hc a Ahh! er tey reenoyng helae t CmpWabug ork henstbetun anthe revision geophysical condition. but tends to discouage competnt Session or the Fall Semester -mved its off-e from I3V Wet Ahh! er thy reenoyig il tae t am Wiubg. ofthe oat it l ei utiotabde form or a me n !!Drw, loy College ROTC Trg may be -R. from ruig for pubicfmust file a Prelim~naryA. University to 611 W. Main prenat ioilb n t e utdent body Substituted for basi training. fc.plication in theRgirr'Sre Nr. and at the present time the only transportation available-other than Within ten days. Coachn it aigpn g Office Building D, July 7 Pope specfialyernsthavean private auitombile-s the Geyh.,,.d Bus Lines regular GinevilleMr. Bauhman,, Business Ma_ y knowCochBatit ALPHABET IC APPOINTMENTS through July 9. r a ht'es hiciaiy eenot Ocala trte. Seven buses daily are scheduled to discharge ad pick ager of he University of Florida, Eryacbe nderl o iebit aodin oterseii 4p passengers. The fare betw9e9 Gainesville Sld Waburg istWayevhas9begupla9s for pla19ig p9and yneer91ions.Sch things as lesser floor five cetsd rp-rerssi %h mstat meet nyE, of imortanceO Christian Science To pace, fewer rooms than specified, dtue.s.BIrd awarepo, ilerman't, Wild Bill Carlton Me Next Week failure to int11 equipment called PoplarAmog en' Stre an Th Pimrse -The Christian Science Organiafar, u5 a wndows, screens, f C Wabur'spoulait aongUnvesiteo GillwSt asn h e ros ek'sBut hony, yugt cme .,-to wl odi eualy ssOphed.ug drdayr lcs, insulation, room til, An indicaton o amn aogspp u -waogUnvrit fGithoutllchretean. rlok n'g!--Any frtermity anledmeeting Thursday evening or electrical fixtures, were prevaFloidapesonelis hefac tat ppoxiatly wothosad prfPresident Lama Winegeart apecnd term registration for of to hours to complete your regJuly1, at 8 o'clock, in Room 209 SEnt sos mnt ue tsfailtis urngth smmr.Wek-nd, epinted Sa committee tohinesigate Alght e' edti pn studets now erilled satdys.itain' Florida Union building. Students, Manyveseanc of l ,or, bing Put the largest crowds; howrR, anR d it is estima t epsiiiy paigditon~Pofss'. ry, he foowing alphabetic schefaculty and the university Public Roy faced the osals o that ln hnr ifty esn a ii h apduring the week. .1 pay telephone Stations i tetmda theheRgsrrsOfc ueis being used for making regWho are interested intr Isti s, rage o tetereii ntig to M Jt. .Per, re-id-nt .superisor or the rcamp. Emlying 7'. Y.on the University ficastoi-of New Gym dy.cannt be accommodated ealier homslwllittle mplaint. A ao teyasof 19M and 1"9, M. Perry built the entire cte placement aftlphnsi Definite times are being assign-I than called for in this schedule. Now. however, they ave the Damp, with, of couse, flet .cop,.tion With the Florida Uo. key pot in the drmins ftr irFreRsev trrofiegihsretead that tRegqapyoivedt tmoesh enAdFrGraduault22 ton fr houssWhch Wra AAdng r.Pery t Wubrg s CaresstuwrihtnJr, stdenrmprementptns.Thean mis.PanThte Airrtrr Forceeha rRuetedthavt eqalybdiledtmogacchordingue to 2 bultheirdrg o Plans.lns din 24tee s a atfureyeun sImmhrers Wadth bat.A re 'it"eeconsists of Chairman Dick IPan tp prevent your being assigned a time these divisions.Grdsfrtdnsgad Antegrtcus fo0 9, I6-a9 Lhf,,] ySh99 9 9 91 9999 T9g9den,9B11 Davis,RoandJBob999hich might conflict9With your A through G -Wednesday, tirler ol-red grounds keepers is employed t ep te amp E en. Newan The shuttle plan from xaumintiocedR ,yu hud uy7uatn in July are dlue at plaint ewPier Plannd .Cecil Rosier mSdta h oa ilFedwllb tdtrieFRST when y 8wl houhR-Tusa, uy00 .m, Thursday, July pa tnrehe war hs been hig dsibility of having .social freeAlachua Air Base, Saturhave free time during this priod 22, and are to be submitted rn rie.In aneaby city four A. oustanding imprOvemlet to Camp W1aburg Which, it is hpe tion for the members of the Stu~ day 10 July, 1948 at at,, hen to report to the RegisS though ZFriday. July 9. on special forms which willdifrn people, who had been wilgtudray the latter Pat Of this month, is the construction ofdntleent ntbehivetigted. 50. hs hpwl Imk rar .fc t ieyur -110 'Ay tdetwh idnt rgis-be proided. All grades are overcharged $100 apiece for rert, a new pier. Arecording to Bill Rio, direct, of the Flri nr plctinadmk yourI ter on one of these yInyrgs dS d Jl eevd thir moneyba we fr the project will be rec~ived shortly. The proposed pier Will be Ihis Stop eey other Sa,registration appointment. YcliluJter o Saturday. July 10, by 11:4: ue at noon, Saturay, Juy an invetigation was -made. oated approximately one hundred fifty yads north fth present U. O .,Gets urday. should prlobbly all,w ,a minmum _.: but na lter thanten 4 swrimming Site inasmuch as beach and swimming failities ,ar, better-It tis location. The pier "Ill have, an overall length of one hundred 3 0 o Examination Day EEanmintion Day Examination Day Examination Day 'C n t u io sixty feet With a Width of ten feetR,a will end I ."T, providing E-n -------a.e for Spectatos3,ll .weil as swimmes. cost of construction hasEx a sIn E aTesA.y, July 20 1 Wednedy, Juy 21 i Thursday, July 22 Friday, July 23 ThtsteWaubur s-y. it's the Uiesty's easwer to hot, AGeeaEdatnBar Cy 101-Uiv. Audit-rimI C-11-Un Adtorin C-61-Uni-. Auditoium rwded clasrooms and dormirtoris Aradhusns -a'enoedgat of %30,000 for the deelo70E 203-Ui.Adtru -2Ui.Adtru visting Cam p Wauburg an dmany thousands are epeted in the fmnt of graduate-lv Riach in t s10-n1.Adto m700 Classes-Usual 1"ro tuR. Why art? It's private, it's fo, and it's fire! a griculture, engineering and .,usi:q100 Case-oolC som Th Summe School student ness administration -sItrci-e A. M. 8:30 Clases-Usal Clasrem body ons tittion I.S till in the this Week by the Uniersity Of Clas.room poess, of being revised, A4Coed Of The Week tThe.University is now inposi. C-31-Univ. Auditorium 0-2-Ui. 6Aditori0 -82-99. 9d 9 icnider,chainofV 1 n tonto1dd materially to the progC-32-Univ. Auditriui, C-51 Uni. Aditor199091 99Itutna1 r9 omite e, an r6999o9f the state 99th9s fields'' Ag 310-Bldg. A, R-s 1 64: 199Clas99-19999 99o9999ed onco99919. -rsdnt .Hills Milleraid in 1: ad 2 4:30 Clase-U-ua Clasrom A meting was held last Thuacknowledgng bth g9rat. "Wet 9999 A.0. Go 201-Bdg. 1 174 Claosrem day night m Florida Union to di9 rapidly develop orreserh19 35-Peobody 1, 2, cuss the constitution and the 9 r on9ithe1stat' reoureshin6the 1:30 .5, 10, and 11 that needed to be modified. A pareas 9 st,9agri c999.99919P.99.Ms"54-Pe dy 101 and ro ate 15 st nthett-dJ At least 99 .it -marefor 9 a 39-Agd2f8 2199, 99, T19h99 9996 s99999t etrns. I.-nthe.Cs ando usine.ResArch ofsettive of the Exeutivc Uu99togfBns Adminis1-21-Un19. A1d969r910 9-42-Un19. A196t1r9m C-41-Uni Audit9 i90 cil from th99 r-is college -in~ taicof the.bliatonef-ud 00C52-UnivAuditoium Ms 106-Ui .Aditorniun sead of from the general student s s _fieldofagricultur1969',Pbdy, aWell as increasing the I-tesel fariutr, h : 11:30 Clas-U-ua 1:00 Clae-ual nrumbr of council members, was University of Flo1da is already P. M. 19assr99m C1a0,oom 999969996. n rod.ndtig rerch prgrams in -, osugerds. eealomaet 09nim1 nutrition, oils and in th Atg 411-Bldg A, mRo 1 Atg 219-BedgAn sera2, o-p m unc d LoofaFlningfrueing and vdehyation andB. 4, and 4 dngthe summer, to have oresu 19 F19r-96 1999119 9996 9egetaes. r :os Bs 401-Bldg s10 Ag 212-919 212, 11,9en9functi19, and to elect all of99nef the Sot xand103 and206 1icer 1 to the Executive Council is e g 9 9 91199 G9 3-Bldg E, Rt 188 Ag 311-Scie 9 stead of having part of them a grams is already uder way on P. r. Ps 07-Beton 203 rs 991-Btn 203 pited. te. g i n s 1f 1 9t 1 9 99mptus an 9Psy 201 -B ldg 1 999E,S R 4 4,0P s 2 0 -B nt 9 203 A another m eetin g of the c n1st be ivn frter mptus1ythe, and 176 tutonl revision commi tte, oe r t.During the war. he n~'._t tdns ilb edi lrd 9999999's wr n the 9199E9-9 pr99iSCHEDULE OF FINAL EXAMINATIONS FOR THE OIRT 9UMMER TERM 1948 Union Thursday night at 730. equ9m s 091aoutstanding. 1r-Directins: Lok fir t for the .a_0f9the9c99rse.G-mooc9d9,A999 COE OFTH "NYEK) 'iaelo' i'~ki S -e a rent intensive research is devoted tf lhe nae appears, the exaination il be held onthe day idicated at thne top of the column and at Thrloghuly t COE O TE EE i viacou Wnke auner o Suat'to sirmus and pulp products. the horidiatd at the left. If the namne doesotappear, the look for the Thra wihte is rough-July -Dland lWinke, asoPh.mor, is a heerIader here t the Uiversty of The grant will permit additional we etn ftecasi edaddtrieh ieo h xmnatihour in hth e manner. Mday-July -anfd lrid a, work in chemical engineering. Thur ofn f h s shl. ddtrn te hn ftej n1 h ~.M day-July 1--Lsfbr 99999199 19 99' 9999,9-9-0 999r99999 1999999 1 1 591 911 9 910

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llllmerdo i AsIeB AXLER Official newspaper of the Urn-vrsty of Floid. Ginesv11,l, Fl. -4 Palihede-y Thurda morning ding the-e sc.,sion,excet See Al I SEIZE 'EM: The "cheko la chyh.s eeSeeee a' "Emn"f~s A EZE'M h cel for holidy nexoecamiahtinerleeiod. +o-check out" Rystem t Flor Editor-in-Chief.Pen Gaines s achercy ouoooplioatd eop. ynYou stand in line at the P0 when Managing Editor .Elgin White Elgin White you're check's in-the clerk hands t to you--you walk to the C, Business Manager ..Ted Wittner crite your name on the back, and r.HammOnd gives yu $54.75 dillrt B-dBITS ABOUT THE CAMPUS: f .0ur tee check. You turnwlk Jeeeee Teee, B l sc t. teeay C H eem .Hallery, He r Sdese e Had reports from sec. Istudeectsci of the C, into the hands of! MagrtJenis, Pa C1lie, ste-.M.Da ci,* iy Ea. C llatrkketh e.i hec ets, nd yu h k' B ,1By J-tBeeGltherd ohthathdon'tesem ik t t Khnnle, W.1eeteeti ,t .ao., Tracyrude aketbyeeyethe "big!,cout. Simpleieoi' JohePr.eeWuleePeeeere. egSe-tede tee be' ee l c te the "hcg "" The cooled hot spot a. the ehts" th haveecenotly been in'cu csthe swimmi'pool. It's eleoted ee efhe.Ieeeeistheethe I 0 AssitntBuies Mnge, u e ar;Ad-,,rtoK g:1 nge, P eected to office. Seem lkete eked ot in -n e uaPan, with Heedle;cu elaeee-ti eeMe--. lee Det Jr.; Aaetrceeee big boy a reepsiog theordceary red it mming at both endsad on 31anager, Lou Rlter Acoutatrn awmn-smeon the capus and kinda the bo.itaom.And seakn' ofpool, I Greg y P 'ek amd lo.f r .Jones stn toh their dln,, h m, u, Advetitng Rpeetatlve, St-n yulkh, VCaldwe1l Dg., J k Jn looking the eathe wy'yuknw don't miss the Fluion ponsre Is c rmteTcnclrd"ulnteSn"c-trigJsp Corti.eg ehe eher wo'". eow'oc.do'tcietrbtecooclpucoed h ceerfrom tiereaicld"Dulelnteeo" c. uoreeiegoecyi with the eule eorta high in the at' Billiard Toramenet. It coces Cotton, playing at the Florida Theatre Thursday, Friday, and Saente mophr. complete with "cued" o cut) day. took all these bits of gossip REVIEWS AND STUFF By Gerald Clarke a wt grIn fs jnilteohr .----DELAYED ORCHID : To the day when I passed Lamar Wine.Cty of G'vile for 13 acres of land CHATTER BY MILLIE By Mildred Langford CForidamdepe sM ovhemben geart of the calopus, and found GreatA r ions -Th Deluge giveo to the Uniercty. lest M DvdHay. Toe Flord Iodepeundeet 0n11 se of te et mertees tHee he reports to be true. Eithe LaThe popert, on SouthNinth, c sa vrtukentps.ceon tis oca"""sfor teogzto the he in'M r and severaI of his cohorts a e Pat fNams rmret frd naohroeltru1kbock! detied f-r u-eas a sOroyavid ooks -An inspirinj irector he o ere oo h emoseueou io t eoeee ride .' the reptetepte he ecoce.oEuhellLe Itie tiththeidependen t s students od t understand the herge deep a brown study as to how campus actors at present cited to the fie to'ec.orlgot ocy coo'. Free. Mclec bee the cootdinspiig Director to deoctray, of the U een de t t t heseeideals fer tohelpestudent government or else tomakee oc'coniet nd ega t shoes. .up one thundd and teed tor the goodldted To uceouldclceootake cttletcme ticscof otcrpretatco. B hioelf endhiceotenionerOitnd d macine With all the effort they haven't got time to oces with Spook Sho rca tell atorcc, and nteege steep ste ...ow'c Blob Gaudoec one b lg sileotedout from to t usuac l chatter ti the center o the octivity .1ch emelnted hlo orghanestheploridandeanedenteCouncil can materi. the esuddet, jt t enough to say myself eas scriptwiter. Lostonucayn1g. .l48of beahte. Geneily ccocmc of thr 948 ek to pay tribute Ltofinesc-, d hcc. .1. dDoc H rlyel a g ct T e e f the ci ependent student, his staticie "hello.' To uoo, we hee hed Wednesday we three piled into .lightning flashing aeli cond. Bomtecomcng. t s the 41st for tor ...an incpying director ..you at the ho l yitou can be that oneof Florrida's most rherihPat's Ford to ee the sets whith tchltuclcinatly, ou t o dite end Flocid. nd the 2th Siler and b great guy! i mean, 0 000 cas acd crew ottl to Ir on campus, icd to life. ed traditions is the "hello" tradi. Pet has ytdked out to inth Ocea tor .oco, 00 ehoe. ..ccetuoctioos Jubileet B1u e?' ep oedeo omecocrse, Dac' W. Books, lcrecto utt 0 pc. yo0 the capabte ioe. Offices of oee student go. -egio. When wo o thee we on the low wall: WHAT TO DO coming .To the now president's of GLA9 MENAGERIE. YToo ill and talented person that you are! ernmet could bruch tp on their tretnsfecod o i topless, x-army IN CASE OF LIGHTNING .'. new cabinet ...To all You r member him for Is oocidrfl Act sc .o w Ith t h I traditios and top tring -to c wepons carrie.owhich,o. pcuto ot ol0cr ceIf to become "Lucky Yankee" spending yourc poduction, JOAN OF LORRAIRE. Policy Ikhe Brcy Truman at a Republicbl, 'would makethe cros-coungrocncod. toy away troot e Summer it the Unieectrt 01 tyLAll-O MFNAERE is D ym, Factor In Studentr oiy lk l,6nne tteUiesty CA"MWG ,c~sint et LaertpmorereslY.None ofs!phone. But"the show must goFlorida. wasogyto the Uoicrs'ty' of e ae pieni.Remember me, tthe e d occo sn Ohi seon to it 00." GUET BANTERING: MOrt Florida for hr out eavon 1000bgftcocc on ? Just how far self-government at the Flavet Villages has progressed are tthelectioscoming up ...eastoff weith teshcrtend onto h on ePt's pOentsin Odli"PaoiOe Frdmcn 1s blck orellow'p'ngsOhio,he o oodo.I looyfe' uence the bleek dtoys of the Spring, 094?, oee tueally described by PASS THE BISCUITS-Reports the road. 01 within a hour they ared 00 the caiocpus fr a tempory' I plans to join the Yellow Springo addres. George 0. Pringle, who served on both the lut and second commisseeped in that the coaches here, as First, we hit toe set thicht ythPadwilcs, frid chicken, jut oioe Dp Publicity. A-re Thter. But we wot'lt f get sions, when he retired as Secretary-Trearor on March I of this yea. well as e the visiting high school M-G-M usd for "Thu Yealming" and ckes: ot howeer, before toriity, who gOdoted to June h m ..ad I've gotla feeligw-'1l Pringle said, "The first commission started Operation with only cocheo 0Our cmpuseelly had and decided that if it wao good ad heard the complete life his-(contiary to rumcorol) is Fit, to hearing oore abOUt him some I STUDET TICKETS goe ideH of Ot state cod purpose. It hell nto iehing ef the part it a swell party' thrown for them out enough for Metro, it cfs good try of Ohe c 'ewachei, cub boo' Blf Key'ec, focrme Al igatog c Editay. SATUeSAY 5 rtLYe30 wat o play in the day to day life of the Village ...in thee early at Wynn's "New Yorker." The enough fo cs. After we had made tnately, had lcd a fairly colorful boc, ad anti-Vasity coloumnist It's the last rel eored the stage there o oc wasted effort. It was only during the last joint was jumping with everysketches, notes, etc., Our time was le. By the time we gob back 0 Asked if he'd care to say a vie ccrtin ccli go Iup 0 GLASS MEM EE s wtastoro nthe ndommissiothataemethodefproesdue thing from potato chipsto Pargetting pretty short, sine e 01 thle truck and myshoes (reryodshereplied, "I do", ad he lAGERI.Ocisthetimcchen Nt o o ice of tbese 1 reoeyberetet tol kee's Little Shiver Dills, you know, thrc of us had to be bc 00 I ttlietheooiswatchest 1. does.Howdy Mlty-.w o nderc"Ar w g enough coed finally ryetellied .., the pickle withc the warts in thec Gainesvill for .7 'cl ooeh r hc. O'Naor cht's Pet's fat0r (The bewec words):4 "It eure cs 0 00 do WiT iamsc' c rt1 to hoj "m iddle and the seed o top? Says so of "Glass M Nuena orc" Neicrdcid Othot if the t cuc etoartd it heluta situation .I take Octr" Now tic is the cti h tA Th Flavet Commissions are a. real fact in the formation of there that the boys asked genial tles, we decided that wcehal to had to beotenak to town. We caLio od 0am gone fio three nedoolic ',tspi TODAYthSATURDAY dent policy on this campus. A mere innovation at first, the idea of Coach Wcif to u takeR speech, and see the location at Junipec wcer likely cnddaes far the jto.ceek. l return anddvhot do Ilu. I f0 otd is wocrds1 o sinco gelf-government at the villages has grown into a full fRurtoong spebe made a hour and a half talk. Sprng 00s some twenty thirty It did start and we were oh find ? The V rity Paty,O that ...so timely ...that I .at to cies of student government. He said, ooot, "We'll hoe ele iles fartb out Icco Oala, so again. -d organiation of iniquity, pass th on to mceo.tehfieldtsVecy usuweorkcdtotaghtbchedule B this time it O asb0. ay'over lck, stock anddc,,e.,But thin for theBear to sy. tat wou.ldallow sexatocy twe07:30, and the 1 s steoking' oeioch, Ls marWiogeat oht I g O minutes there .and ve thought we'd be able to to turn In a great jba rx a ptter ...s-business TE SHALL HAVE MUSICtoc. toI bi e. n t hge m e e tlact rofo h art l despite his Political f ti ns.cacd sup rposd sme tr Nociscthceciol tical000u00 to gtr, tobobflOo y o,_ofj ad1,,,,a.OdedI'dilclcccc black ludsd growling n th st at t. ut-ji c w hepassed L th detationoflines.N wfo t eite students to omoe to the ces -otttween c and Oool-oc'r d Silver Oplio gs somtin g hspeork ha othFaietis ..t r e seion.tie flthegyst1ndhetooet po hurredandImdeooteoueoblll.NBOO urriayandeIuddenlyw e otg ousa rou-uredhisiummIr.ot'snata.otooetFlt.Rcf mydmaking. E KiEeOlte alocstcccorgotten jam0 dduotddmch tol.Weohhfriedad ed. Ther cw oa exs an hpevet a landslide schlasodyours.B"O"' t -iest tioethtfcold evrbe had Juniper, using only two mitc shines in blackface. The ganb ed hiood NoingSortionlgen itMaketi t t t 'denco 10110 Amado o rood here it to odoulge again t h" more that alloted by o r schedule. had broken and tile odtor had thulog c henb gone-arty, oe mmucoid u tyhe the next, a relodre-wainam sesointhat A we headed back into the wt, sprayed its filthydocon tetlter 0 tocpton is the r o-y" Thoct Make Tom all the oppressed hays eill be held, students, if enough the sky grew moo ec ooi s aod our happy little o face. Spook ptiwho hve 0o otlet or talent fc support can be mustered for said cre and more often thelouds poured his coke on the motor; we Mort. keLaura the essioon. The "jammeorus"Oldbewre hagod'bylightning fr-omove slowlyall to the ONelth dowhltehoca "Batsdg ocoiment of atoplhid o ws ._. h U & vtooh rell-knuoe campus etalwints hoch to i etingc butdefinitely hoome whbre e hod ofee n e BIfaoe" t h astlo e lt o ,.o. ptbo mooco oe y onmdri d gr.Y S A as Johnyy Jelliik on trumpet, "shobckig pitk". 1n .00 opoo ceqdBlte porpect likc recled 'ic0o10 10 th e to: o n oro. r Make us 1ve0 Jm dd .t oe elk-Lindsey, Inc. BRlph Smoelo n Sex, Ita uthice oetarcdp in0 the cd octimsofeotheoe tI,, et. But itt itadonamsncnhodkncthe udenC sn on drums, sld Dr. Jawvhn Miof the storm, pisig .tL. For-I if O'Del has a cde duIg th S fea -AD i CiO e ar DEa loop "Giosvle's Finest" lerontheLeatthoolonhe vibe. tSei 'fir wr, which 'we t'and uds Ilkethis, th pem r11 A D KACh(O, e tgawthreset day Of The boy ill holdthe sessions at knew wa t thoy ,hrlterwithin daba rviewe bs ybthetic D1 o ) n A Ob, yo'o "theater is that it isO't exciting the Kit Kat 0 Wednesday aftermibutheaowm hobe you uddrstd. ogh .T! The' d c Department Store oons from 4:00 to 7 p. in. Seeing Into the rain and soon we veeno bhoTe '0tHleodin icCOl GAINESYLLEccFLORIDA as bon J. C. Petrillo won't mpl e tmetely .wet.aHeo,' "dsincer'c eoticonct-. the boys playnless they g't pay Ah-but so cos thr moLhtor of .g t gei'wonc,0a0.d the sessions won't be held at night. trucks. It stollet stopped-right ecitemc't 01 goo dtea r idto Air Conditioned For Your Comfort No that exams are coming up, On the top of a hill. Lightning. 01i rodcioO. t's all remember what rwell fel topic of hills.rwe were we. hoWe "Bdntr oi asnffti g naUofE y W Mo ur professors are. Let s a laughed and laughed. hlost oAp ll c oo t icoeakco ficog te t ty c:0ts o cu12 ol D rug he fdao m it rtoo d orcd.d. .01heS A Sekn let 'em kon t that we realize what my shoes dry. I ut ht s 00 offe 00 o heateady30:S t0 o ic2:0. Digt ioothe atroln they have beeo onder, ith them ondtialghtlytshl. IO td tofostudying, tane 10 to 1230 such msioCld pcog 01 to Jeb c when e shoud h loiokn trying to forcekoooledgeinto ore etd coopartont. Cgaretton y10 r rdiooli dial and listen to VarietPaadte att1 :00d cn oehead 000 the dreCotiones a n [ feeble brains. Trying so bond, ou ocathes, watched, shirts., books. the musical programs that WGGG til Five sar g oat di0ran hr c e s 0dramdg Of te c I tna eta. heito the-love has to fer throgotte.dy erd hnw1h, l aka icri S Diamonds, Watches And Jewelry fct, that they havt moterd 00 utoweo, de. wakeo tic oic thdgbo tot.he Udeil atdaicty tlit e1 Tht 1 s 0 fire. oco tmn.th Tmtor,1-.0hieOffthe" C b rOm : to AhIATC F loot hav lednt aPetsu th 00100rouhatn desutd og Gifts And Favors For pelanr otct 0utoer rlo' ioa. 000 Ouhdor .c r .lice A0caught : ad o to bed listening to Fo alla edallr 1t rippled h nothing soulds oo -to t~~~~~a ee. to fet, eer ig thed_1 oed.d, b we .egot0 'Ptt0u0shed,10 O o P001hodol 0000 11 uycldohc c~o o u All Occasionsis edoc. This hold be good foe gtu staod with the DLnd Rminieturworld temporarily topOccasionsatleotn ee"A" caloove. 01100 1.01i0ltheboe Do~t RdOdothceooctiopoocya0F ~ t__e_____nA __n ____.Executive Council Minutes ltt'd;ridayngta91tor d1 1d.oShow the'.I.iadanbetives Wor ca, -ored eg. o reisin o te enatt~iol. Jck Stld)ynight the gmebepep cadn't eterndalzethem THURSDAY thru MODAY FLORIDA GIFT SHOP t'ooh watep orgod 00gn 0n reviOn of uhe constitution. Ouch toeeG n S t.10100 A000ugOr-s~o ...doe dnde! 000--o THRSDAY bee MAYS?. Ciheeoeoc 0000000ee~~~ocictcclopoltc oboedl obS.A tuc he0000 ucoclol SBIG DAYS-S Clark, secretary of sgl ocrffirsepoted on findings for pr oosgd ine willboheardt at 8:15. "Goodcipsyp good actors No Ae ee in Ad i'n (Home Of Beautiful Gifts) social wek-nd. Douglas Martin reported that Bsiness Manager Music fasevill be itersted in.msko ood doIcto"e .O1e. pect to REBUILT Baughman is aiding the drive for pencil shorpenes, and that Baird the "Thre forob th oy" shoc bthZooht .dgpOddirectoc" 301 W. UniY. Aye. Phone 166e Hardware Co, Silrmno's ad the Prirosoe Grillesaidtheyeilfmuaetii gthrcd.1 of MlcrktWacdo 10a00 peoplefoget the Irle eterans' cheks ithot chage.A mo to'asoeeadetooha.e, '0c0a 0 frooc O:OO-12: on Saturof the ctor'c .inc 'ifyingadcrTHE t Son for the members f student government. ComOmitte e was aply ight. Alo, oeey afternoon a0000 rsplay. ..ythe is thc, n c p o ln ed of the wer kt he M ti B l oo or ck ofpla ctivi ty, n d o ugh SHOES CoortCtee 1 00as appointed to place pay-teleponoe stations 10 theon Shoo' 00 2:15, Mo r OlMdousicel ot s000 ct Iy oo sde dot Flavets. Secretary of PublicRelations Handley was appointed to start0toPleaseat 130 p. n., and M c a pe rormane,ndo btdlny s inI E FACTORS work -reducing, rtotcrstudents ithi the city. Jto Ce-re was sical highlights. od," ech Ocra the act0,0 rtt, g appointed to rdekeys for' StodeOt government. For all the rabid political tu~o tiooc Betaes up he 000 p WAYdetse on the campus there will ho ct iht eftof .t.for noelyT E S E K H U Ea.crmplete coverage of the, Dm ~wight xrse pciial l EX%.,AllG PEXTHANcGt Eonentin n WR*UF next0 00 Ohpicicty week. WeDye Al ind s Of Shoes & Leather Goods FOR REST IN SHOE REPAIR. QUALITY MATERIALS AND REASONABLE PRICESTRY THE Modern Shoe Shop Phone 897 1.4 W. Min St. N. Opposite First National Bank The famous detective arrived on First Electrician: "Have we any, the scenefour volt, two watt bulbs?" "heavens," he said. "this is ore Second Ditto: "For what.?" b serious than I thought-the vinFrst:"No, two." dow is broken on both sides." Second: "Two what?" First: "Yes." r Jack and Jill went up the hill, Father: "Say, it's 2 o'clock. Do Each had a dollar and a quaryou thinkyou can stay allnight ?" ter. Suitr: "I'll have to telephone Jill came downwith two and a homne first.' Now do you think they veet up far water? Prof: "Roy, are you teaching! tis class ? X X X Stude: "No sir." Little Audry's mother bought Prof: "Then sit down and stop her a silk slip. Little Audry just acting like an idiot." laughed and laughed 'cause she X X X knew the boys couldn't pull the First Negio: "What fo' dat docwool over her eyes now. tah coming' outa you house?" Second Negro: "Ah dunno, but eab think abe got an inklhng." "He's a fraternitymjan." _ "How do you know?" "He answered to four names in This Ad And class this morning." IOc Good For One Pretty girl to old gent waiting on first tee of golf course: LIM E FLOAT "Wuld yioube t ly Lron wcith ee, sir?" Sll I 0""''0 0"" 8:00 -I1,:00 ,.M. X X X *Jly -J 'ly 10 Jack and Jcl wen t ip ll THE Upon aomooligllt ride; AJL IN When Jack came back, COLLEGE INN One eye was black: His pal, you see, had lied. Our Experienced, Beauticians Offer Late Afternoon Appointments Can Be Arranged (Shop Remains Open Wed. and Sat. Afternoons) Reasonable Rates Milady's Beauty Salon Telephone 296 6S61 W, UniverSity Ave. Junior: "Let's teach that dumb blonde the difference between right and wrong." Senior: "You teach her what's right." A C D H U 30C 1 9C L~ L. T PRONE 66 S TODAY ONLY Boris Karloff "DICK TRACY MEETS GRUESOME" Johnny Downs "FOR YOU I DIE" FRIDAY & SATURDAY Roy Rogers "SPRINGTIME IN SIERRAS" Huch Beaumont "THREE ON A TICKET" SUNDAY & MONDAY June Hover "I WONDER WHO'S KISSING HER NOW" TtESDAT & WEDNESDAY SFed McMuroy "SINGAPORE" Waloce OBrr "ALIAS A GENTLEMEN" 7F-LAST DAY "THE VOICE OF THE U, 711.0.11LTURTLE" FRIDAY AND SATUR DAY Two lovely co-eds need replace to live But they must e mori' to get a place .It's Howlarious Especially when the coare Blonde TWINS Plus:-EDDIE DEAN IN SHADOWW VALLEY" SUNDAY & MONDAY DONALD WOODS TOM NEAL ;n in "SELLS OF SAN "THE CASE OF THE FERNANDO" 3ARY SITTER" TUESDAY ONLY WEDNESDAY -THURSDAY ROBERT TAYLOR MAUREEN O'HARA in in "HIGH WALL" "SITTING PRETTY" Don't The Florida Players Present "THE GLASS MENAGERIE" MiSS PK Yonge Auditorium July 13, 140 15 Bekfast .Lunch. inner Open On Sunday Seafood Steaks -Chops Sandwiches -Short Orders Homemade Pies a Specialty 707 W. Univ. Ave. Phone 1572 JI OUGDLA ES E STOR Semi-An-nual Shoe Sale on All Men's and Women's Summer Shoes FOR WOMEN: Rhythm Step Dress Shoes $7.95 & $8.95 Rhythm Step Play Shoes $6.95 Selby Dress Shoes $6.95 & $7.95 Vitality Dress Shoes $6.95 Velvet Step Dress Shoes $5.95 Croddock Levy Dress Shoes $4.95 FOR MEN: Jarman's brown and white two-tone $8.95 British Walker All-brown Woven $9.95 JIMWeOUGLAS SHOE STORE West Side of Square WELCOME STUDENTS While Visiting Gainesville, We Invite You to Our Store for. .Household Sports. Hardware Supplies 0AIRD HARDWARE Ce 101 E. Main. St., S. Telephone

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Sam Teague Student Government Leaders *CHALK TALK Four Teas 7;ndefeated,9 gNew Flavet ______ ___ ___ ~~n~ all r r DI ayor h hL L ndol edition of th In he9cetury, Me Patton,. -S irlr Olymrpi Gme b hi ta9few a9 S her Cal1 come9ndTallahasseet8asndess r(, iff. Uncl Lham s t'ts hld of Iheb w wold mark of By Haroid M ll TBSe us.S perhaps the best coition 99 9. seacod, should s0owhisvauntI s n n ,y m h wcrld, 99giting d 1 h rel t o f 9he rd. F t m, The ants, gmn NS. Aepha Ta mg. ad thr 399Administration Senior a~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ frhetak ndfed vntTee rete ea pie inh asre still ud~feated in intramural softball aftr Tueday'stu-lCSY under Heyde 999re9t 39 99slid9feld v9eaf, ThIeiaceh9 99d p9e999 h,199 Is99 9 9999isd9993d9999 Replaces ondr e e93 ndfor thefirttie hs ya' nd h e t f t etrck team Inamet games. .p1s ill rak asdist t a"'Ilsh P ponlY -a.1 cincthe for 11 TEP and Terrell wdropped from the anks f the ndefeatedI orites.plentyof Point -udere, th-i a e thiswek The Saints Rcent election held in Flae 99 ~ ~ I 'It tl 999 999 d h99999hthis3999week.999 t1[Trrad 11 9139v. 9d 9999eyde f INok 9999e an o 9rnCaifornia 19 99yes 9999 the 3amd 09ym9p9 and 39,9m9 Nd 99919991999-9 I heUivhst o Foid' ndlr 1,i1 wing ilhe strdog t, fastthrughut the game. in att ]I, for the remamInyvn e ed o akot" stmo thlng g-111 If inder 1n th field events, Charlie Fonder Of tis wek. Sigs. N a il un g oe h fie o tais~~~~~~~ evrtsmld nldn v e agnu lk ihigan two games, SAE and Ws yMyor 1. Sam E. Teag-e, senior uc ra em n h atcm hot-putte, stnd familiar Fortune Fudtnwie he ains he,,, mthe Colege of Bssiness Adojin jes-e Owens, Archie S,n Godoe, the Minnesota shot lnd Only one game, that being with he mntrtion from Tallhasse h 9oni, Glen Cunningham, 9Cly,9.rd trpoint-get 1takeaTRepies. Ipt9ray nd isandenb k9to9Indian a tI e BI th 99 these 99 Tuesday' gamesATOIll d1999999; n3 th 99 election of fo, r 91 T p's(lory99ays. We 9 Conerenestr r sed Theta Chi 1412, KA s9 new c misin s Proin goudssuh s he arahadofth rstofthe fvet. pd SAE D-1, lthe ee Tru t nip lagre new seceay" n r9 9 and Penn Re s, the Nthat se d ps 999 9 ihe e9 nt 3E 9-, and the9 T ants 999 991199nis William ional~~ ~~ ei gFiemltddlatwll 8 lk n lora.rmpdTP 40 .Muray fTampa, ad servingvceck-end's Miilw ukee carsnival And the gaping goes that the Norman Freedman and Rosalyn her scn emas treasr-r Sonaoei h e ilg commission for the Uiversity of Florida's klavet I. (Seated, left horoghl proed r dsproed eamin frstplac ontheFourh F b AEngland won the shuffleboard i r.H .Ie fMran' t i )May, Sam E. Teague, Tallahassee; Secretary, William B. Murray, Tampa; Tresuer, r, o p d -919999i up in the WoLd Forbes Announces to3rnam3nt 199HdefeatingNRalph. 19ewEcommsor srn .99. 9y,1 Maina Commissione91:39rs9 C9y99 9 m W est 1 m B9999 ; enr Iy T ntl C n 99999.99-e99 PlansAfCrre nNf After Return nd N T r T J l their first te. on th ms -Je 9 9Tamarg, Tampa; S. J. Mark, Alachua; George Hamlin, Talla ase; (Standing, left to right) Paul i9nynii 9919n99, 939nd 999 9e Bt oT Br999 999From Indianapolis Bill 9o99 StudentI ntramuralH pp., 1I-9r BbJIs9e91 r999 Stens, 9o1 ll ywod; Lester W. Faulkner, Jr, 119y993; H191 939, 1Jaks viL,; Bb Scott,L, 99yx d dstn9dse9t999T93p'sP99999D99999 announced1that9ther Sans d e g Swansa;dr"yW. Alln, Pa.-.m 3ty, F3o3id1; 99aagers: Paul Lcky and John Crosby. "1es 11 s llos omous wIth 11nwh predicted flatly in aur; pre waso; ary ;Bo h Sandinavn countries, N -1season lm ItataY ta taI. byF"b sdenanune old be no intramurl swimflullywood. jRtiirin o msin ,s,, Pweden and Finland. did not train in Florida cold not m oent of his rtiremet f~om cl m u oa aofatv r wh wrents jett intehude i il eH r-wnthe pennant, this write is legiate football wa', ame as .a prticpatnreectio.nae:Mrs. Clyde TrarI)o Dilard, the Balw-Wallace ,tIllIn the Cleveland ad-wagon comPlte surprise and caught grid Following is the shdule 0of the mdel, Wet 1P-a mBeah; Heny i Z O flesh 'I helay, I w-ith Clyd, (They traind in Ariona) and ns throughout the ,LtaIt totalyin trsamral softball games feert e IveMRl ia.; j.,eTamargo, "Smak1 er" Sc11 t of Navy and[ w1,1-gc Pt. One better by p ick.uprpaed.y rr ainder of the wek: Tma S. J. Mark, Alachua; -l b n 'r a i a i n \rklansas fame hot -o ishels. jn'g the Giat s tals members of The fleet half-bak, who rnked WEDNESDAY-JULY 7, 4J.5 PM George Hamli, Ta]Jhasee; the Arizona Spring dlegati-n) number fellr in the nation during arpnField s.Sant .arW.Faulknr, Hlyod gjbah Grad Education Ju.rrt -V Wit till those Giant fpitchers thelPast ason ito und-gammg, Is J-r. rat 'ondIn orade hli nucmetuo 2-Sigma Nu vs. SAE and Randy Wils, St. Augustine.I OW __.__ ___ __ turning from Indianpolis where 3-Theta Chi vs Mlurphree 1I the -ecet general election 9 9 9 9948 a AV, 1, : 1 he 3I 9,, k 9 9t with theof 94-SPE vs. Flte39 99L99eon9June918th,w9 9mp9rtatN a m ed Edito -P W o948Ready )is inians of the Ameri iStJUYs 41 m aedmens wmervoted io thPary At9 .e O 03 y ccn Asociaion.Field vil1age Contitution. The I first ev e heGaute EuIs n Cub Sprin g&Summer n Whnasked wethmr not he1-TapnClubs.Tomno-asEF9ame9dent939w Review was 99 pris.n akClubshAnd Orasimng zt ha nkd a profesoa b bl -Sigma Nu vs. BuckymFa n Edd, ing it neesay that a person, in LaeWueg tdy string a, lirm DlaChpoesoa sampUles contracts, Fres adthtay3-urhrev.BukauEodr tabe -n ot isifor mlayor, irgi. Melbrth f Fort Og 3'lk .A11, e mbrn'uetim DlaCi poeso su99nn999 99 9etentwld9havo 4-PKA .Fletcher L -t haeserv99t le st9o3d, Florida, has been named Ed3r nv1td9to m and ji in jralitifratdnity, Isnnow makNo n D s lyoe from the Pittsburgh front --------term in so e apaceity nte -it-in-Chief of the fall isseo tetisrceainl -jgte. ig tenttiveplan for its aummi No n iply ri OT R O offec. Pittsburgh being the par1 .la mmsin This provision Unvrity of Florida Law Review. Those intreted, with or withGridron Banquet to be held I ent club of Indianapolis.9H $lls93l9cted999999t9.)esa n rder99i9brath sue9eds3Warren19139ttr9in93Jacksonville the night o At R9991 (B999109999lf,99th9eA-l, in orer o 319M9;ot irpotti. hol me Beer'BsaT)Wilos he a' be-ROY HAmey, Geerl manager of mensreoanexpeienced man in of. Goodrich, Of JaksonillefrIOnt of P. K. Yge S olIat 3 he Flrid-Geogia game. Ber' T ilrS hnd the strategy of F.,ida Gato Ithe plates stated over1he wekFor w S s fie o may r. Ne'yI pointed membr of p m o otiu Iot oth -ak.Elgin Whie, o--all chirma A l e s Fo r, n n b U s u alt yh 9n1t9Th9ec9nd1a9et9toL thet editorial ad : R us"It r mtf 9 9this9years banquet, vill a, terti~S cugt napping by any u3aMrd ige otat.O A lS constitution provided for the roMcIntosh, Lke Worth: Notes ancupr ounce in the near future the w On rsity Ave. aIOer9se come fall a n diti having forge 9tation-of the election of 9 9mComments editor; E. B. Griffis, Come99 9 t, co. 9Off, nd g 9 ointment of o ittes t The Gtor metr has jst fiIany father gridiron aotiviti,msinr n odr ta hr otuedl, Lgsaieei-bte uine ihyu elhadle publiity, Ivitittios lan eshad diagraminghissentireFlorida F besstated that he ntends1t9 9George9 9H3l,39U9n verityofFlrud erbormwo9than99,9 9Fe9999999 9999 t99 99l93999l 9 9ld e9i Jaks 99w st 3ns. 9. N t T-formation ffense as e plantx drop his softl i ner,jts.ds t dao hot ad disus throwr who new men Ib e -I eeted. to,,,te ; v illan JoldenA Jones, Hastiwgs, ud ---bat.Nquet hs ben frchs a yet to run it agamnsL even of the more summerlie was a memer.1fithe, wn"teI"I thastern Go fe o mm ina nctiehhi a, dtr; es S ih atTebaquet is ptternd.afte standad defenses next season. cakCarwaterBomber s at i e c e""timscahassiti provsion nuesa nItrupe etAtiasEdtrnadCeiet d CG iriDiuessef eral Try The When Iasked a -r]is pla n mthe Lll teim, the sme "itfit that beenunetlecngdof the commissinIdur-tionnlSt.eAsustunehRlsesrvhrEd Tr-T e vIt le ro.sagjust. brand of ma-de .sh a fine showing in the the 194 Al-SEC trak and 2fied ing h lcin eid. iorimes a year inRWash.ngton at 44 W n inot in his bookAc W9 am anolln SE the m 999 9999zin9933399919,99 1th e a s f 9 1 i ti 99 9u m said: "That's999bridge9we99at9T9 p1edysu p a dm uhrheeei9T o 9B9a99 J.saf k.nie9 Ce and ski0s9"oat on the griirn Gator Barbe r c until it', recled ouan t that he wil probably ill with SThe 'Jaksoville by, whJack Colle West Pael Blec esn h aefgrdpo m he sure though, that many of the the WlitnDixie Lillyisillrs paticpated recently in JacNAA T ollsie n, L ae s, h ntly in heI-ewsidure oin h ps defenses -ill have s. meI ew then the state emdi-po ebltrc ee tMinneapolis, s P iD la P i lis ae S several months. The dinners are Shop t, itl to them thi, ear" ourament gets under Way.Henamed for firt place amog th George Pringle, Les uJms attended by m.at of official WashHa,,in comleted his ttack on wil 1mdoubtdly III action at his shLet putters and for third place Midleto, Men, Aransa, John At a rcnt. metingIf fte ingtont and prominent guests ad-olW.f new has turned his familiar first base po~itio. amog the disculs toses. Van de M tte, Gainesville, dand tFl rid lyrs. Heran Sh---cdres the Jlb members in strictly Jurt Off UniYersity Ayee, itrt.his sixRuar itrtyndail Wafod, Nia~i.George brn aeetd PeidnJames ff th e, -ordspees. ,f ahrmll .sla .o, it Kate, Miami, is Business ManDe, Vice Pres.ident, ad LouiseL st year Sigma Delta Chi put 1269N9Ninth9 99r9s9-a 9I99n39hmtru99 SALES OPPORTUNIT9ES UNLIMITED. ger of the ublicatio39, a9d Curtis Livengoo9, Scretary-Trasurer.99931. Fod 9s g9bertia, didates ben thoghyea military ith e All Law Fraternity Is laiiton, Miami, Circuation manShonibrn has be-n -pe in Th on the gridiron at its baviut le, tnsandoughly fohrwthaB anquet Host At age. Male Animal," Ya Cant Take It t erolan o nSe heri t T OrC~ POTE i~nN OdS Kit.a lash btwen softsli teams, Icremonies. At ths tM pizes Monaynihpresilentie, on ng tehre lgal er-will be tffred for the best cs Presents 204 E. Univ. 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UNIV. CATTLE TO HAVE NEW HOME Swing Your Partnerl Discussing The Feeling New Dairy Research Unit Planned For Fla. Ag School Sxbirion0pens A neidiry researchxUnit with and eailuating pasture crops in expanded facilities fr the Uniterms of milk production. The iaity xfFlid Agricultural Ex-xxprepartinfsthepresJaruhlwyp2n perinent Station is expected to be toward thepd pfta pf ipoi stbshdas soon as details on tilied pasture ops in terms of land titles and bids can be clearmilk production." Outstanding Entries Architecture School ad, it was anouced today by The herd no contains 160 ai B Hilton Leech nd Gen. Ext. Div HaroldMwy,director. iat theJierseybireed. L .motiiscnAnd Shirley Clxentsi Sponsors Course The ner ui will he located at Dr. ecker sayst otmlte n hre lmet ~Sr us Hague, abu lb imiles from thatGurnseys and athud bred Gainesvile, and wil occupyi1,200 will be addedinte hhrd Thesthinal exhibition of The School of Architectii acres of land fronting on U. S. will continuexto ppymiktthe the Gulf C Gpp ds Aled rt cooperation i Highway 441 Fond the HagueLa University of FNoraDiyPo % eki teBynLug fteGnea xeso iiina week i the i yenioungeof ih crshighxay. Rilrod sidings, ucts Laboratry, Cafeian -Fixrd Unix xnx Gxssh ia Inttt fci. p twe ies nd ixlephone conexfirmaryf the School of Architecturelanx teI cii J hid aCarLnegfA tions are nay. Funds for the Thxddxgry bar now beig AliidAsThex s wxixd 'xdmrStix nbgining Jul prhs fthe -and and erection Tseddasiosrcedm1b4aIrn h wrnoaloia rtss fan onibigf c hrewI k it tthe work i andxtcoot of the first buildings have been will be torn down when the new releaxed by iixx Cbixxi Bdgtitxis coxxpitxd toxakeix iixtheWxCastiad for'tiebxostxIDxxxxxjglhxfxIng tht tuidnt hleixflowerxxxitd I.his hxiiixixxxxxof IhxI,iiixo, dyeCabntug ns!ptd me part is concerned ith Florida portrait of D.n'rill r:L-R, Prof. Hlls Holbrook, Hxrron Covtxoshxx lx ixixxxle fr l Commission, and the State Board f expansion on the UniversityA r rorilI architer d f Cxxtxxi expts to opex bid xxnxcxpxs '.IgoadAbr tuio h r col t thf Canrxed p ds mpThe Florida Gulf Coast Grop is arts i m daylife. Eruinie th .ti ary barn and labors-oe f he moe imorant of the PANIGOTTNIGi p o c.ees 1. civi n xxx ihrxxxxfexixiFx xliPAINTING OUTSTANDINGxixxxxixxkxxiix story in the near xeeigroup mnthe ouDr. R. B. Becker, dairy husbandtytsedswsnanauastdents.Tecoswi ar an in charge ofix the new Unit, nation-wide circuit. These lxi xxrx. hx xx xiii rei says the land is, largelyLenandi n iig xxh'iiixxs xxdi ixmpxxxd fDedigixx fx r the xxitexxexiii r sgteadiy sinc they were first con -tix x xxmxuity, thx s l, h proportion of Florida dairies are on rgce'xn nuurtdudrte cu.chteIcome rcil ad pxxxxixxllxxdu ixixxxrxixl dixxxinartdxindxxiihx Remairk l'ixxch iii-ommrialxxxr x Len xioils of siiix prxdxxiitiiy. spoxsrship of the Cle-atexxrG A dustial xxmxxi, lid hhi He says thesolsix re Mdeprd T -Museum,i nder the dixctinx i asenvirOment influences gii and legue pasture and foTh ain't no ,alt, Willix! TIr xyxi pard xrxxxd! Fxx teach-R H. i. McKlvy. The model wiggled ber to x ia Professor Hollis Holbrook demstrati d l anx dvixmet, he seixn rage crops. .pll the "Birdi-in-the-Cge" routine at one of tle l ely square Especially gratifying are two ed technique necessary to cptuie facial expresion. Thei bright June i dx ixxtxxxx, dxmx tio Fiidx xxxiixbix ii prxient, Dr. dnxes in the gym. In the "Icage" is Lxuise liixy, Cxss Lit. On entries by Hilton Leech, "Coppex s that streamed ito th upper floor of the nghinring Bildingix crens, xfxIs and fild ip', ker says, are not sufficientto s x r Waltr idd 7, snUtd, Cliii" an "JxxgieFll." xhirTy lexdd ith ill bish ixxsxexi 1ys dxx lii xelg. hlu Uxniesity ox Flid1 Bxx~~~~x ilyl, I ~ ~ thltIsilVe daidxallxxi, Oiidx; fJxxlxxxxiiii, ad, Cliixix' lPatxd diii eybHi nedTip" T hix, xxill dxl xx'lxdixxx iixxpxixxYlI lx I, Cutxixlliix i l bxiid the xhiiter xxnxd xp xiibixiiliiixxixli the back of the cage, Crockett Farnell, Tmpa. Cl emns' "Behind the Big Top" The, h the students worked toward the completion of their plen xi iwx ixixd in dh meniii hay drying unit, calf barns. APOLitnit of 15 additional sdy of fi interestmary sketches, Prfessor Holbrook told us the stoiiyx of the remarkid statsselectedbh bull pens, maternity barn, and ifuilty members to the expanding Alidx Cxxxir' "The White able growth xl th xxix Dxirmxix-xAmxrxcax Insiixux ir helpers' itges or to purchase staff of the University of FloridaFlow"s owfucnvs. If Of Art. Formerly as almost -t all the eeided equipment to operI i'lnniunced today by UnivirFolk. fl ixii I IlxdinxRo.dlAdhadxtohethemxstpr-xtiiidAidxxxrci,axyxdrMandithedRinIonstxersit hangi e ate the unit. sid' officials. ficient technician amongthe il P Musxxmxhis dl e.Apabem cbg He points out that several miles The new faculty member,-rpaintrs, Miss Conover wold be Allied art, the deprtmentdhasdiiiliidiixax d s Hork sd A seia l bltiidx xi Afwvnwrefnewll, be rprtvedqyathe BardcefCintcusthe likeliest choice. ill there are grown about 333 per cent while mchof the Ices f the dtqest from the Regitar o, f,, quired for yards, lanes and experiwill join the Uni ersty ataff withher paintings of rare proficiency the University as a whole was muchmnt s b',seth e .ie ,he Shool of Architecte n mental pastures. Standing timber in the next seveal months. By Joe Sherman e -toce ofHran e Scneha I i the oil group. Helen Sawyers'goig1 pe et rilum ntis udetaken i lie rs On the land will b used to proThey include four additions each YOU can take a boy out of the yixi Dix, th ing' "Rehesl'i iand C. ii. Nes. s"gixixixi dli epxxmixil xrxsxxieixna ixxxdxe.xx ix11is video fexix posts. to the College of Arts and SciencedP ;couri bu'llt bring a aquae cdxl iiiIdinixthexoui "Oystd on the Half Shell "will' xii lxxipipilTilA a pxx pxxixi.ai t txdc.h lxest x" Primary purpose of the new and Education, three to the College dance with him. tart fryd haied i rcd e ser as two x mplesofquality. nodividedltxfourxlxassificaihxitxdntslrx rhiry xxii xnit," ihe dairy scientist says, "is of Business Administration, two A weekly session of good old1-vked-toriare ieelyoo xion aI y Georg Snow Hill has contributed ins g iy mxsx lork xrail ixteahig and research in pro -t the College of Engineering,iand fashnedsquatobdinisiiclding lylddxdixdiagratndineri id teslar sci alx Ixxsxifdxixyproductil. with diy ne each to the College of Agriits own with other forms of recrea --"AtAntinAmy,' anid B. Axxi i xii ii cows raising calvis and heifers, culture and the University COl tional entertainment among the A purely non-commiciali-tivgle, one of our own University of design. The dpatet is plesd with lege. University of Florida summer ity, the dances are being carried Florida artists, is represented by Of thes, painting h l cied lthe e quarter dn the top floors Appointments by colleges inschool students. xn through di the sum ei by the "Sh ll and Butterfly.U1" dx m statewide and t xofl of Engineering,ix ti lx y d l' hat iixidMilx di iuiliide.y iljxix Cdlb i lhx Cilixgx ol The exxhitixix secured byildixi lhelxi h thl fll einixiiiment they may' Cplegeof rtoan Artns s slyid teSsctisnecedar Pysial dultinfealh nd nivriyt Dearten ofArtsttheubfaitcde hatvefct painpattigsgs l ve th capu A xplt k if i x C.Maderi, assistant pros l d g Athletics. The admission is 15 will be displayed in the unio that U students artist have won due to cramped storage. lrxxax for round, fancy shaaiesv di and fessor of German, formerly-Pro-paapdx and piiouetteitoth. lixig lxr the xxxi dw ixxs dip lxirs ix ai. txix xhiiin Prifessxi Hlrxikfeels that Dx 'ddy ighd, J and waterproof watches. Prodpt1 addition to the Uve's1 students, University perand have received praise from out there is much to be done .in li 'WGG l xd "A H ixd 'xxixif xslhx Pxipilxxiiixtxxixd and teiiix stdipnslxoxfxl"Tulipy an xxuxld x thdiexiixidd'xxxxiiuxx xi ui diixxttixx l xxt x'xxIdn thatdIldilixi xxx xxxiiilxiVAUx~o, .serc.Unriverity of Plensylvania.,Ralph 'Straw" or its equivlent-.if it eua tdn oy ok u o snevstr n on epeo state intitutos. The departway of Florid a ar and that his a new serice to the Ui esit W. Yung, instructor in .thehas one the dne include Waitr Middlewill have a opportunity to se ient has received requests for boys and girls are iwell on their o Fidxxai tude' 1.--$5d xmatics, former instructor, Lehigh 'ff, Benard Lfi nxd Miis Rxih th paintings. x work to be exhibited in the Clearway toward doing it. 'SW'AP SHOP" ]i s beInd Unixsxity. School of Phar y Li or no knowledge of i il ixy-mith f Jacksonville's Andrew -. gditoxhelpxstudets Fell ixDr.Eler Voss, head proffeso square dancing is strily ex Fg Jcksii Hig lidixi; Jili Mcde 'ing dxx ma lei es Jeweers of pharm gy and pharmau r joii iDonald,rive of boys, PaliBeach IT WON'T BE LONG! CAfetaerihi nguinse.h-, t C lsJw lr cology, formerly profesor at two rings of the dance cicus at uior College; L. Jack mih, inode. otk datg University of Wisconsin, Duquesne the basktball courts each Thursit P 1 iigh h, x sraste 42 W. Uir Aix Universityand Creighton Uxivday evening. ME bddy Mxay Gx Wl o niversityC e tr alF pst iid t sity and Frank A. Duckworth, Axd ii yxu just kncowf' xixiliii,,x'mixwhat B hildtinc idexdipti iOfdhaile nsr experienced in practc e' king about w hen the dance teahr:Eni rest, sulpevisor trms of pteiL tra to, a n -of pharmcyand law. c m aater yells "It jump up andllenServe 3,0n0phy0cateduaaihnM ealnme.ad ddrs. Fe UED UCAT I0 N P AYS __CollegefEdution_-wayndyousmeow, swmgYou_honey of Escama antrsan;"rgWG ll broad. B. Phillips, acing assitit i-pro'round and 'ioud", ihy, yxu xiii Cxxil J. L. 111l xxin PhysicalOur appetite is surging, our into the'dining halls during ialx. desciptixe iai dpgi iuxe ol-ixix xi secndry ediluation,hbeelxrimeiUltihexTuedyxeixnmig Editin Th's Mi Lgn Thxsexstudet ixx xxx 1rns formerly in stiff xt George Paxpracticed daxewhich a lmosLi and Mrs. Mary Nxdlet, of Fort AROUND GAINESVILLE tarwilme cos Ailixximp an py i wlo re interested in pai icula ppxiixix body Cile xi James W. Crews. as big as the real McCoy. 'yeri. osity is surgingin ihxrtwecantetjm' i ntheilityiqof tei lan irite t xyGGad Cxxi "t xp u i ~ity i O "i11i c ii -id 'GG ar fuuixx istrucior, dprlxtmnt ofxbuixss I all siartd Idu ingterglii x'xi xi 11 x ~i h xxilx la erI] jupixxMil xtpuue ildlxyi ia. llx'dxxi,. th -, thr. isrutr dprmeto bsnss I llsate-u-n h rglr Eve ybody has a gr.at time. wait Until the ne, afteri is finfood. Miss M lby, at parent with the nmber of th item nt d. Th -education,graduate assis. college year when the newiy formIlt that a lot Of puple ig ished. Aid it 'wont be log. the Teachers College of Columbia x station will tearange a ei xHxi tixixl int at th University of Florid; ed Women's Recreation Asiawhenltheylsxouldlielpgiu Iiix ix inteixiei witx Dlxigi Universiy, New Yxr City, has etween buyxr indxelerid i ax r ix x .Mahadi Hamilton, teacher, P. K. tion, an outgrowthof the program lot nearly as often as iu might B gm -beenl procued s new dietician. to complete the ale i ex dixT uxi ixlCiiioxioxx Yoxge, former high school teacher for women offered by the College think. For dancers who have passed aug an, Uiversity Business -Kithn Iiitie r thu preparlix dlis x wek d rd at Delray Beach: and Daiid H. of Physical Education, Health and through eras of the Charli Manager, this week we learned tion of the food ll be completeth-dgh Strdy, "MIAP HOP -xwxt ir not yo liv. Sherman, teach-u, P. K. Yonge Ahietics, decidil to ipunsox xxxi Blak-Bottom, Shag, Big App x lF, hen mpFliy linuxhed, iy nx ind furnishings will be in can be heard from 11 to 11:1in .ul.dB.hLivingrmrlFtdu lxxiltpellrecretinlintxtinment ind Jitterburg, they have an the new and redecorated cafeteria stainless steel. The operatioiT in, xf In idditixn, the maage John B. Lingston Cleariater. to help activate its program. amazing savvy when Calr Herwill be without equal among Unithe cafeteria will serve in oh uxpets to brxdcat "STUDE P.0 .Box 199 College of Business AdministiaUnder the advisorship of Misses man Schnell sings out, "Pik up Bass Construction Company has varsity institutions of this type training of majors in hotel manNEWS AND VIEWS" itn iMxn GOiliiill, Fla. tin -Harold E. Hardy, assistant Dorothy McBride and Margaret your hoe and then your spade, grab received the contract for Gain. n tithe nation. Igexent and allied fields. 'nd Tusdxy igH rx 1:1 oxxhxi LFEds~n IxE piofexsorxlfuurxeting; foximerl IWueks, pialliedxcatin istructlxiir prtnxerxid pixiiexxd.' iixxgl i 0ixi upu-Tiuuxi1dilc i sadddg xiiTueis'idalxuxlpuldixlx y ix ightsuxio,"Mill prIPCILP NSR N E o tfefsorof maretig Fmrl _kphscleucto srct orpate n po eae" ville's new golf clubhouse, ep t LTer will be three ding halls The new addition is expected to ll p.m. At present "NES AN] E U stIa s xn Civersity of Missui Io, ad to te dance-calling rPiIt' xcrfre gathering. Last d to cost around $90,ix .-two for complete dinners and be finished by OctoberIof this VIEWS is heardn lnd COMPANY OF PITTSBURGH and Mindsindf; Lexxy L. Qll, -Thurday wn one xf dlix shortt lrdrsn five year with the edeuatini xl lhe ig only. .uassistant professor of conomi, rm nirityofIlinois;fished a 30 minute mraitho llatlservice line. Facilitistd ifn t le xpxtxd sxmi"1WA1 IH P" and 'NE" Rlberi.Fwues, xJr., instructor ith Crdckitt Fariill. HiiisCity ianager J. B. Mobbey, for the seating of one thfued time eariy dn 11db, The xiii xl the AND VIEWS" e fetuedO i th l enmi, at present n staff boough, (Tampa) High School asserts that after the city begins persons will be provided and twenhole project will approach 801810,xiequestCOLLEGE'OD R HU kiat Missouri Valley Colig. athletic director and head coach treating the 1vwater it will no longer ty -five hundredtthr thiold. Thesuit will be the aix.progia of cded xi p ration Blue Stocking CollgeofEngineering -Cecil W. andsrintendent-lect of edube able to furnish the University and will be served at each ml x ation of one completely n w xhic x is heard from 10: ydrassstanteearch engincaltiiinH st supply free. That'll be Het r ,iitis are to be ilxding 12 p.m. nightly. r, enginxiinui lid dnduiill askedimi. "HaveyoseeIn-xndaround September 1. On that date the "latest word" in that line experiet station, formerly with so from Pensacola?" the local gas consumers will no complete with Powder Room for Britlis Bridcasting Cxrpxration "Sure, xxxi n," Fluell ilonger get s 10 percent discount iadiesuidbming Roxmifo me. mx acting head of the obi sxeasswerx d lightly, and led her aiis iin bills paid before the tenth of The entire building will be com -ARMY'LOCKERS and engineering information dethe room to the concession counter. the nth. They, also will pay a pletely smuidpoofed and air coIDay apartment; and Donald C. Bunting, A moment later hx placed acola minimum charge of pne dllar. ditioned xthexbostmodernimaassistan, research engineer, -_he hand and _ad, "TheS you ner. An attractively furshd and Surplus Goods-Shoe Repair Y bEgineering and industrial experiare. It is hOt,us't it"comfortableLounge will be there Enjoy Yourself by Getting A d lt stations formerly with dPan Farnell, by he way, never missThe G-Men were fighting Dayfor th convenience iofthe H.x&iF.dS HOP A Axy"ericaAhiwals as sUpervisor es a dace, Tuesday Or Thursday. ton Beach last night for third dents. All rooms wil be wired 231 WEST UNION ST. PONEl of metDoeIrlogixall airing. "This is great," he says. "And place in the Florida State League. for sound and music will be piped Delicious Dinner Co ofiiug xx Agricultur_ -Dr. it'ii get you in shape, too. To keep Before the game they stood half Tonyd. Cunha, associate profisup withhe dance, you've got to a game Off the third rung. s, anial inutry, experience be alet all the time and your Y TAll&in teaching and resarch on staff reaction mst be quick. And you of Washington State College. can't beat a square dc for City Court has been a bit busy University College -Dr. Arnold mixing yu nxd gxttdng rlt in sappug fex on thseWT -U '0G PiGrae, xting associate probody to dance with everybody else. with faulty mufflers on their ve419 N 9th Street lxxi ix lmanitixes, former I think it has reai psibilitiexia hiiex. i chairman of humanities at Los x i good all-around recreation acPhone 2600 Angeles University of Applied tivity for secondary schools." Dres forthex daic is xyGet Your Dinner In The Box Ehi ing yu l don't mind getting sweatty. The girls wear everyuHow did you break your leg ?" thing fri fly-weight utltn I Threw -cigarette into a manpIts no he after-thogt new hole and stepped on it." look. SoOf thel l ysx lav their -V Di. ties tight against ir' Adams IIapple wixe they start and hanglg ou their hip pockets when they''IFotops l fnsh. othes wear T-shirts andlford's Ca efeGLEN SPRINGS aios degrees of knock-around smoking pleasure pants from Fharkskin Flacks to % rolled-up jeans. u C SWIMDANCE and PICNIC iidx 1i., you cn't find 122 N. 9th Street 10;-toNCE8P.-DiyC.Osherelioncer regular student 9tr ~ef 12 .qt tee iI. i1i .xii 51 dncxriare MiLxi a beter cigarette _xxplM.dtox8 p m. Taylor, of Miami Senior High, and epst s d Sm Musser, of the University of tian Food:tF~tc o i a imi ita Chesterfield." "JustdGoodaFoodThats AI I"imphysical education staff; U~t O O SPrhs Richard Spot, of Jefferson High 8 P.m. to 12 p t. in Tampa; Miss Ruth Moffatt, of -,,aos Woodrow Wilson Junior HighI 2 Miles North 9th St., Tampa and chairman of the health coIN 1, Milx W iand physical education and recre"BERLIN EXPRE S atixx setin iof the Florida Edu...makes the most A xxi PiTUx -ion Association; Coach Cay .Muonald of Callahan; Miss Viroyor uhf" x fkIng ginia Morton, of Fort Lauderdale A E IY~ :Hgh School, and Mrs. Rita Owens, IDEAL LAUNDRY NOTICE ! of Tampa's Plant High. Dancers who form the t huge Photographic Needs -,,,,,a udih Turd-n i ht i. the Irngs eac ..y -g to-basketball .rt really let their Come To "--tdU h"xi wlthiuxadIt I sike Cuf hsteriid Li NE woThe Flor ida Union has1 "'th in xii iysIEi Cme~o NOw HasTwo Branches Thw horixa ufold'' dhen Jm El ilr' ,yMarable'Studiosss-s ElAF provided a reading room strike xp,"GoldenSiipps "a ,Inc il uxi uiSERIESOxxxxx. t Hrman Shnell warbles, Lud iggtbc th&at'-My the ris,, -,Ete for the use of the students lt c. ple and take a little peek, nc. tbaco. They lOyE, thei ti ri e 9th Street Branch o enjoy reading the latest backito the center and swing your ^65W.Ui ix nx x xtedy hetpr,.id -O njy edig heltet wetArud that coplead6iW n sccae h Std u cond magazines and b o o k s. pek once more, and Iacltx shTelephone 634 With The center and swing all four.tohe Tlp ne64yr These are not to leave thi We-Wash-It Or You-Wash-It Reading Room. Service It was noticed in the 24 last inventory that a great y And The number of the new and FOR most interesting books are University Avenue Branch gone. If you have one of RADIO DISPATCHED these books please return At 1924 Wi University House it so others can e n i o y these books also. STAR -ECONOMY MCA BS Clean Cabs-Courteous Service IDEAL LAUNDRY Florida Union *0 the Millions of Collegc Sudeng "The Best In Dry Cleaning" Reading RoomM s / Iri't I 1 24 PHONE 24 1' xwho Smoke Chcsicfttilds