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VOL. 39B, NO. 8



Miss Melby Will Be



Head Dietilian For


Vivacious Lynn West was selected as our gal of the week, and can
you blame us? Lynn not only goes to school, but works in the Univer-
sity's Accounting department, as well as Station WRUF. Some gal, in
more ways than two.



University Hikes Rent



Rates For Fall Term


An increase in rent rates for all
University housing for the 1948-
1949 session has been recommend-
ed by the University Administra-
tion and approved by the Board
of Control.
These increases in rent, which
are up from five to ten per cent,
are judged necessary because of
the rise of all dormitory operat-
ing costs.
Sample increases:
Suites for four on first three
floors of Sledd are up from $38.00
to $42.00 per man per semester.
Suites for four in Fletcher and
Murphree are up from $40.00 to
$44.00
Rooms for three in Thomas are
up from $34.00 to $37.50. Smaller
rooms for two in Thomas show
the same increase.
Two room suites for two on the
fourth floors of Fletcher and Sledd
are up from $45.00 to $49.50 and
$40.00 to $44.00 respectively.
All single rooms in all dormi-
tories are up from $45.00 to $49.50.


In announcing these increases,
the Housing Office explained that
University Dormitories are re-
quired to be self-sustaining in all
phases of operation. Income from
rents must pay all costs, including
labor, salaries, materials for clean-
ing, maintenance, and repair, heat,
lights, hot water, amortization of
bonds on construction of Fletcher
and Murphree Halls, and some of
the costs of rehabilitation.
The increased occupancy of
dormitories, which began in 1946,
has increased total incomes but
not enough to meet the spiraling
operating costs, which are in most
cases up more than 100 per cent.
A cumulative deterioration of
building and equipment require re-
pairs and replacements. Basic
maintenance work, allowed to lapse
during the war, is now being done.
The Housing Office is planning a
general renovating program which
will replace worn-out equipment
and refurnish all housing facilities
both inside and out.


WOMEN APPRECIATE DORMS

Temporary Dormitories OK,

To 0ost Women Students


By Betty Chisholm
In a survey of some 50 women
students questioned as to the--facil-
ities and conditions in the tempor-
ary dormitories, the great major-
ity expressed favorable opinions.
Most of the women were grateful
to the University for allowing
them the use of the dormitories.
Among the advantages listed
most often were the convenient
location, the closet and drawer
space, the lavatories in each room,
desks provided for each girl, and
the very reasonable room rent.
/ Beryle Solomon, a transfer stu-
dent from F.S.U. in Tallahassee,
stated that in comparison with the
temporary dormitories there, these
here showed a marked improve-
ment.
According to the women stu-
dents, the greatest disadvantage is
the lack of an adequate system of
communication. As yet, the tele-
phones have not been provided for
the. temporary dorms.
Many of the coeds were hopeful
that the dormitories would be
available to them during the regu-
lar sessions.
Although a few students ex-
pressed disapproval, most of the


coeds are quite well satisfied with
the situation, and say that .in
comparison with living in rooming
houses in town, and with tempor-
ary dormitories on other campuses,
the University of Florida has done
well by its women students.

World Federalists

Organized For

Campus Students
The Gainesville Chapter of The
United World Federalists was
founded by a group of students,
teachers, and townspeople headed
by Dr. Frank Poty, Tuesday eve-
ning, August 10, at 8:00 p. m.
Preim i n a r y organizational
steps were completed and commit-
tees are now at work in contem-
plation of a group discussion meet-
ing Tuesday, August 17, at 8:00
p. m. in room 305 of the Florida
Union.
Temporary officers elected for
the remainder of the summer ses-
sion were: Chairman-Jerry Mil-
ler; Sec.-Treas.-Bill Holland, and
Faculty Adviser Dr. -Frank Poty.


THE VOICE OF FLQRIDA

WRUF Opens FM Station

In Progressive Planning


By Elgin White
As the year 1947 rolled around,
Major Garland Powell, director of
station WRUF, recognized the fact
that an expansion in keeping with
the modern progress of radio
would be necessary at WRUF in
order to maintain it's high stand-
ing of listener appeal.
The biggest improvement to
be made in listener's appeal was
the addition of an FM station
here in Gainesville. With this
thought in mind, the Major made
no less than 3 trips to New York
and Washington in his hard-
working efforts to bring FM to
WRUF.
Now his efforts are being re-
Varded. Last week WRUF started
ts FM broadcasting, sending reg-
ilarly scheduled net-work and sus-
aining shows over the air-waves.
"At present," stated Major
Powell, "we are operating on a
temporary license and 1,000
watts. In the near future, we
hope to have the permanent li-
cense and a 3,000 watt set-up.
When this situation is a reality,
we will be able to give complete
FM coverage from coast to
coast."
A new 400 ft. FM tower with a
0 ft. antennae will soon be in op-
ration. The new FM broadcast-
rig will be aired from a new build-
ag in conjunction with these oth-
r new construction features.
, The FM station operates from
9:00 a. m. 'till approximately
11:00 p. m., and the results of
F'M set sales in the downtown
Gainesville area have shown that
there is a real listener appeal,
pven in this early stage of the
game.


"This can be seen," said the Ma-
jor, "by the fdct that Tuesday eve-
ning several persons called to find
out what happened at the baseball
broadcast. I would also like to re-
mind listeners at this point that
FM can only be heard on an FM1v
set or pilot, and not on a regular
AM set."
'With the addition of the new FM
station, the University of Florida
now possesses two regular broad-
casting stations. The FM equip-
ment that has been installed is the
very latestWestern Electric type,
and its installation and the prog-
ressive steps being taken by
WRUF indicate the progressive
leadership that is building a big-
ger and better University.


Major


New Cafeteria In Fall

When the new University Cafe-
teria opens this fall we will have
the services of a trained dietitian, J. M. Moore Takes
according to W. P. Long, director Over As Manager Of
of food service for the University.
Miss Marion Melby has been se- Campus Bookstore
elected from a group of two hun-
dred applicants to fill the new J. Merridith Moore, former
position of head dietitian. manager of the book store at
Miss Melby's duties will include Duke University, arrived here
menu planning, supervision of food last week to take over his job
preparation, and supervision of as manager of the campus book
supervision of store, It was announced this
serving. She will be aided by sev- week.
eral assistants who will be added
to her staff in the near future.
She is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Vermont and received her N ew C OOlII
Master's degree in dietetics from U' i C
Columbia University. She is now
dietitian at Teachers College, Co- i W ay
lumbia University, having served
a year's interneship at the Uni- TO U n i
versity of Michigan. | U n o
Under the planning of Mr. Long
and George Baughman, business Exec. Council Also
manager for the University, Miss
Melby will have a large variety of Reports A Loss Of
fresh vegetables to choose from at $640 On Frolics
all times.
Plans to use large quantities of The Summer Frolics, sponsored
frozen foods include an order for last week-end by the student gov-
two and one half tons of beans ernment'Bas a success socially !if
and five tons of peas. This is ex- not financially, according to stii-
pected to be a six weeks supply, dent body President -Lafai.r-Wile-
Quick freeze and deep freeze geart. '
units have been purchased and The announcement came at the
will be ready for use this fall. This regular Tuesday night meeting of
plant will enable Miss Melby to the executive council.
offer "garden fresh" vegetables Reporting on the cost of the
the year round. And will also frolics, Social Committee Chair-
broaden the scope of experimenta- man Jack Clark stated that the
tion of food processing conducted expenditures amounted to a total
of $1,384.31 with $745.50 of this
by the school of agriculture, amount being off-set by the sale
of 126 tickets. This made a 'net
loss' of $639.81.
Other business discussed at the
Cap, Gown meeting included:
SA report by Doug Martin con-
cerning the water cooler proposed
usrom D t s for Fla. Union. Martin explained
C stom ates to the group that the expense for
Before W a installing a cooler would amount
@Be O OB r to the same as installing a freez-
ing unit which was capable of
cooling all the tap water in the
Dr. Hale Gives present fountains. The latter
Dr. Hale sGives course of action was decided upon
Explanation For and a new unit is on the way.
The complete list of bills itemiz-
This System ed by Clark were approved by the
council.
The Gator wondering about this John Carter requested the pur-
business of a cap and gown grad- chase of 7 council keys, which
nation every other semester was approved.
began poking around here and A picnic planned for Camp Wau-
there and came up with some ans- f
wers. til Frlay August 2'th .due, to the
According to Dr. Hale, who is *'ab",l of D,-an Beats, tie lon-
commencement marshaling in the oree, to be present.
absence of Professor Constans, the
custom began in the old days be- Poll
fore the war. At that time there 'G ator PolI
was only one formal graduation.
This exercise came at the end of Gives Luckies
the spring semester; and anybody
that graduated at any other time E>H H
wai just an exception to the rule Big ere
or a victim of the honor point sys- a H r
tem.
Came the Guerre and the G. I. By W. C. Nesbitt
Bill. Then things began to hap- The second public opinion poll in
pen in large numbers and at the a series of surveys being conduct-
most unusual times. There were ed by the Florida Alligator was
large classes graduating in the made this week on student smok-
spring and during the second sum- ing habits.
mer session. So it was decided to This week 226 students in
use caps and gowns for large dorms, fraternity and sorority
classes houses and around campus were
There is no hard and fast rule, asked several questions regarding
and it is presumed that different smoking. The questions asked
conditions of new policy decisions were as follows:
could cause new changes in either 1 Do you smoke ?
direction. Yes, 63 per cent, no, 37 per cent.
Dr. Hale states that he made no 2. What brand of cigarettes do
decision in the matter, he merely you smoke? ,
following precedent. Lucky Strike, 42 per cent;


^Camels, 24 per centiL; lChesterfields,
18 per cent; Philip Morris, 5 per
cent; other brands, 3 per cent; ci-
gars or pipes, 8 per cent.
3. How much do you smoke per
day?
Less than one package, 16 per
cent; more than one package, 25
per cent; one package, 59 per
cent.
4. Why do you smoke your pres-
ent brand?
Reasons: Habit, 23 per cent;
taste, 23 per cent; no reason, 16
per cent; advertising, 14 per cent;
other reasons, 24 per cent.

Honor Frat For Frosh
Asks For 3.5 Average


Phi Eta Sigma eligibility re-
quirements are an academic
record of at least halr "A's" and
half "B's" or better, for the
first semester or first year of
college work.
Any male student who believes
he is qualified is urged to report
to Room 112, Language Hall.


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This Is Ours, Too


TREND TO CITIES


Austin Cary Forest is

WhJmmgASA Twi flg%^ E AfllaAR,-m


U UI U uJUrvi


The certification of Austin .Cary
Memorial Forest for tree farming,
as announced today by the Florida
Board of Forestry and Parks, will
put the State of Florida over the
million acre mark in its present
tree farm program.
Located a few miles outside of
Gainesville and the University of
Florida campus, the entire forest
spreads over 2,080 acres.
The forest is dedicated as a me-
morial to Dr. Austin Cary, who
pioneered the reforestation of Pine
in this area. Dr. Cary's death
came while a faculty member of
thq University of Florida, and ten
acres within the forest are desig-
nated as the memorial proper.
The forest is used by the uni-
versity for training forestry
students, and such facilities as a
recently completed sawmill and an
experimental nursery are included
in the training equipment there.
At the present time 23 Univer-
sity students are holding a six-
weeks camp there, the second such
camp to be conducted this sum-
mer.
The present growth of timber in
the forest is at the rate of a half
cord of pine wood per acre per


Africans To Appear



Here Monday Night



In Unusual Program


Attorney General Says
Board May Begin Work
On New Dormitories
Attorney General Tom Wat-
son today ruled that the Board
of Control may begin work at
once on two new dormitory
units at the University of Flor-
ida.
The board has asked whether
work could start on the first
two of six proposed dormitory
units exen though the revenue
certificates which will help to
pay for the project have not
been issued.


Fdrn Ray Palm

To Be On Art

Dept. Staff

Palm Is Noted
Si Contemporary
American Artist


STUDENTS ADMITTED FREE

Tickets On Sale Wed.

For "Blithe Spirit


Whie,n Noel, Coward's "Blithe the supernatural dr.ingl really
Spirit," the Florida Players De- get going. The play's tast, i-
partment of Speech second sum- record of at least half "A's" and
mer production goes on the boards oiaKemore, Mlargaret BlLSn,
Aug. 24, 25, 26 at 8:15 p.m. in ions MIanuel, ivi-iored Lang-
the P. K. Yonge auditorium, it ford, Iris Bishop and Bruce D.
will take four people to operate Kelly.
the play's two ghosts and to Although there are only seven
handle the more than 600 prop- in the cast of Coward's "improb-
erties involved, able farce," this show takes the
Cushions fly, vases hop off services of some 25 other the-
shelves, books and pictures drop atrically minded persons to back
mysterious to tilne Iloor as the actors up, beginning with Dr.
eludes William A. Stuggs, Betty Delwin B. Dusenbury, who directs
back to plague her former hus- it. Assisting Dr. Dusenbury with
band. And then, when her hus- the direction will be Stephen
band's second wife joins her, Sands and Louise Linvingood.
Pete House will be stage man-
ager for the show, and Herman
A a so tspook) nonorun, is assis-
M r A m SM on tant. James P. Dee is business
manager; Ronaldo J.- Roux, as-
T o M ana e distant business manager. Elec-
10 ana trical supervision is by Marvin
Ramber and costuming by Lou-
Coed housing Livingood.
C oed sH ou Nd Bilding the "Blithe Spirlt"
set, which involves various mech-
Mrs. Charlotte M. Amason has anisms used to secure super-
been appointed Manager of Wornm- natural effects, is Thomas W.
en's Housing. She assumed her new Hicks, Clay Fields and Saul
responsibilities on August 1. Frutchman. James- K. Williams
Since this project is so new, the is handling the lights, and make-
University of Florida is very for- up is by William Plowden. Ste-
tunate in being able to obtain Mrs. phen Sands handles music and
Amason as Manager of Women's sound.
Housing. She has had years of ex- The 600 properties are being
perience in a variety of colleges, gathered and will be handled
and is more than qualified for the by James Mooney and Beverly
position. At the University of Nelson. Ted Trushin will assist
Georgia (Athens), she was Social in the business end of the show,
Hostess of Franklin Campus and and Tom Fay will be in charge
director of Milledge Hall. She was of ushering. Publicity is by Ben
director of two housing units of Key, Leonard Mosby, and Dr.
MTyiere .Hall, Emory University Charles E. Mounts.
(Atlanta), which housed both ac- Because Student Government
ademic and professional women. has made a special grant of funds
Mfrs. Mason was Director of to the players, there will be no
freshman Hall, Georgia State mission charge to students for
Freshman Hall, GeorgiaState "Blithe SpirSL," and reserved
Womens College fValdosta), and sealt tickets v^ill be available
acted in capacity with two other Wednesday, Aug. 18 in the Flor-
women as Dean of Women. ida Union Lobby, and each after-
Mrs. Amason, or "Mrs. A. as noon thereafter, except Sunday.
she is lovingly known on many General admission for. non-stu-
compuses, is a very charming and dents will be 50 cents.
interesting person. University co-


eds will find her a definite asset
when they need help on housing
problems.


Area Rent Office Gets

25 Complaints In July

Most Grievances Made Against Practice
Of Overcharging, Decrease In Service


ST wi e During the thirty day period tenants have a right to sue on a
SC-52 PROGRESS TEST will be ending July 25, 1948, twenty-five claim against their landlords for
.: given Thursday, August 12, at 7:00 Tenant's Complaints were receiv- three times the amount of the
p. m., in the University Auditor- ed by the Area Rent Office here
lum. in Gainesville, Area Rent Direc- rent overcharges paid by them for
..____ tor, Carl Winter, announced to- the housing accommodations, or
.. day. $50.00, whichever is greater, plus
"' Es 203 PROGRESS TEST will These complaints were against attorneys fees and costs. In cases
v be given Thursday, August 12, at landlords for overcharging on where the tenants do not want to
8:30 p. m., in the University Au- rents, for decrease in services, sue their landlords, they may file
ditorium. failure to register, evictions and their complaints with this office,
d-to.m other violations of the Housing and we will attempt to obtain vol-
and Rent Act of 1947, as amended, untary compliance with the Act
There will be a meeting of all Of the twenty-five complaints by the landlord including a refund
.4 .., students who plan to receive a handled twenty-one of them were to the tenant of any overcharges,
.. degree at the bnd of the second found to be in violation, and a to- or apply to a court of proper juris-
,"' term of the summer session at the tal of $475 was collected from diction for orders and injunctions
.:. Florida Union Thursday, Aug. 12, landlords and refunded to tenants, enforcing compliance.
S -' at 5 p.m. Some other cases were closed by Anyone desiring further infor-
S Instructions for graduation ex- the landlords registering the liv- mation on this program should
S ercises and other topics of impor- ing units or otherwise bringing contact the local Rent Office lo-
.. tance to graduating students will themselves into compliance. cated at 611 West Main Street,
Ga rand Powell be discussed. Winter further pointed out that North. Telephone 2215 ,


Next Monday night the Florida
Union and the Lyceum Council
will co-sponsor an appearance here
of a group of African students in
a program of folk dances, folk
songs, solos, talks and a play.
Many jealousy-guarded African
traditions will be openly discussed
by the natives at that time.
In addition to the songs and
dances the Africans will discuss
their secret of polygamy with-
out divorce, the role of women
in African society, and the God
of Africa.
The program will be presented
admission free and is open to all
students, faculty members and
townspeople. It will be of particu-
lar interest to classes in sociology,
languages, and history.
This appearance is intended to
be the first in a series of Flor-
ida Union programs dedicated to
foreign countries. During the
next regular session the Union
hopes to have entire weeks ded-
icated to foreign nations.
The six African students who
.will appear here are all from Ni-
geria, West Africa and are at-
tending Bethune-Cookman College

in Daytona Beach.
Time and place of the program
will be 7:30 Monday night in the
Florida Union Auditorium.


Raymond L. Palm, former Di-
rector of Arts and Crafts at New
: Mexico State Teachers College, TW o C oeds
has been added to the University w C e
of Florida Art Department fac- H0 d
Ulty.
He is a member of the South- A
western Crafts Guild, the South- W ith A w ards
western Ceramics Society, the
American Ceramics Society and is ReRceive $50 Apiece
listed in "Who's Who In American
Education" and the Directory of As Result Of Attaining
New Mexico Painters". The arts Highest Freshman Av.
and crafts program at New Mexi-
co State Teachers College has Two Gainesville coeds at the
been rated as the strongest in the University of Florida have been
Southwest. awarded' $50 each as a result of
During the past two years he having the highest average during
has been prominent in New the past year among Freshman
Mexico Art affairs, having been girls at the University, it was an-
represented in the t r a V e li n g nounced this week.
exhibition of ten representative The two coeds, Miss Jo Ann
New Mexico painters. He was Deen, 809 East Church St., and
judged at the New Mexico State Miss Bernadine Bailey, 120 South
Fair art exhibits for the past Seventh St., were recipients of the
two years, and was guest Ilec- annual award offered by the Alpha
turer at the New Mexico Statexhibits Omicron P Sorority alumnae of
Crafts Exhibits. Gainesville,
SHis paintings are in the Perm- To qualify for the award the
anent collections of the Museum girls must be registered in the
rtf New Metitxicte, the WalkMirnn and these first year of the University Col-
Beard Galleries, and in the Uni- lege, single, and must have carried
versity of Minnesota collection. At a minimum of 12 hours both se-
present his paintings and crafts meters.
items are in the Fiesta Show, San- Both girls are Alpha Omicron
ta Fe, New Mexico. His paintings Pi Pledges.
have been featured in one man
shows at the Museum of New
Mexico, Santa Fe; Taos, N. M., Cl a
The Silver City Women's Club, laude M urphree
Silver City, N. M., The Women's r
Club, El Paso, Texas, and in the TO Give Concert
Walker, Beard, and Hanley Gall-
eries, Minneapolis, Minnesota. He
has also exhibited paintings at the Sunday Afternoon
Kansas City, Portland, Berkley,
and Chicago Art Institutes. His A piano recital featuring works
crafts items, lapidary metalcraft, by Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, and
and leathercraft, have been exhib- Debussy, will be given by Claude
ited in Taos, Santa Fe, Silver Murphree as a deviation from his
City, El Paso, and in Southwest- current series of organ programs.
ern Craft Guild Exhibits. All students are invited to at-
The University of Florida Art tend the program to be held at
Department intends to build the the University Auditorium Sunday
strongest Crafts Department in afternoon at 4:00 p. m. and hear
the South. Principle importance the following:
will be laid on ceramics, leather- "Prelude and Fague in C Minor"
crafts, weaving, and metalcraft, by Bach; "Sonata Pathetique" by
with stress on the development of Beethoven; "Two Preludes", "Two
crafts items made from native Waltzes," "Nocturne," and "Polo-
materials. The Art Dept. will do naise in A-flat" by Chopin; "Clair
much research during the next de Lune," "Golliwog's Cakewalk,"
several years on development of "Veils," "Minstrels," "Submerged
the functional usage of native ma- Cathedral," and the "Dance of the
trials that can be obtained in Duck," by Debussey; "The Warsaw
Florida. Concerto" by Richard Addinsell.

AROUND THE WORLD

Margaret Blish, Famed Solo

Dramatist-Here For Degree


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Thirty Pints I
inc

Of Blood Given in


By Students I

Thirty pints of blood for' the
soldiers of Haganah, the Jewish
Army in Israel, and Palestinian ci-
tizens, was collected in a campus
blood donor drive conducted by the
Hillel Foundation on Tuesday, Aug.
3, it was announced by officials
this week.
Headed on campus by Jerry
Karpf and Al Bresler, the drive for
blood was sparked by the slogan,
"There Is No Embargo On Blood."
A mobile blood donor unit from
the Jacksonville Blood Bank su-
pervised the technical aspects of
the blood donations.
Dr. Matthew Drosdoff, Hilliel di-
paign "most successful." Each don-
or was treated by the Foundation
to malted milk shakes and other
refreshments supplied by the foun-
dation.


As Madam Arcati in the Flori-
Players' forthcoming produc-
on, "Blithe Spirit," Margaret
Lyson Blish will be playing the
art of a spirit medium, who com-
unicates with the "other world".
nid this is another world to Miss
ish, who, this semester, is re-
rning to the academic world
om a successful dramatic ca-
er.
Before the war, blond, 5 feet 6
ches, hazel-eyed Miss Blish won
outstanding place for herself
the field of solo dramatics with
r original personality portraits
d sketches and her satirical


.:i /


Margaret Payson Blish


mimicry of present day celebra-
ties. She boasts scrapbooks full of
high critical acclaim for her ap-
pearances throughout the country
at prominent men's and women's
clubs, convents, colleges, and on
civic concert series programs.
Command Performanc-s
Centering her activities in
Washington, D. C., Miss Blish
became a favorite entertainer in
the capitol city's diplomatic and
congressional circles. Her favorite
recollection; two command perfor-
mances at the White House for
President and Mrs. Roosevelt. Her
portrayals of many of the "First
Ladies" of the land were warmly
received and highly commended
for their historical authenticity.
Miss Blish did extensive radio
work in Washington, utilizing her
flexible voice for sometimes as
many as three or four dramatic
parts, and she appeared on the
first television broadcast in that
area doing historical sketches.
Then came the war, and Miss
Blish, like many others in the
theatrical world, dedicated her
talents to the entertaining of those
serving their country in the Arm-
ed Forces. For a period of five
years she was employed by the
Army as a Director of Entertain-
ment and she toured extensively
throughout the United States,
Canada, the West Indies, the Pa-
cific area, Korea, Japan, and
Egypt.
During this time she appeared
in productions of "Hay Fever,"
"The Bat," and many variety
shows, and it is interesting to note,
several times with Earl Spicer,
Continued on Page FOUR


Bulletin


Briefs

NOTICE to Degree candidates
for Second Term, Summer Session.
Several of the larger national in-
dustrial, merchandising, and sales
corporations have indicated a de-
sire to send representatives to the
campus if qualified individuals are
interested. You are invited to re-
port to Room 112, Language Hall,
making employer contacts.

Staff meeting in the office of
Florida College Farmer, Thursday
August 12, 1948 at 8 p. m.

C-42 PROGRESS TEST will be
given Thursday, August 12, at
8:30 p. m., in the University Au-
ditorium.


C-51 PROGRESS TEST will be
given Thursday, August 12, at 7:00
p. m., in the University Auditor-
lum.


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past eleven years, with a resulting
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Skmzwmer 6azor
Official newspaper of the University of Florida, Gainesvxille, Fla.
Published every Thursday morning during the summer session, except
for holidays and examination periods.:'
Editor-in-Chief ...... .... .. .... Pen Gaines
Managing Editor ...... .. .. .. ....Elgin White
Business Manager ......... ... Ted Wiftner
Editorial Board
Joyce Turner, Bill Scott, Ray Chapman, J. Gallery, Harold MeMillan,
Margaret Jennings, Pat Collier, Stella Davis. Rosalyn England, Clark H.
Bloom, John Boyd, Jack Butts., Bill Dunnavant, Walter Guntharp, John
Kinnier, Walter Martin, George Mason, Traey Montgbmery. Ralph Olive,
John Person, William Penrose, Nellie degree, Janie Zlegler, Lynn West.
"Hap" Hazard, Betty Dekle.
Businesms Staff
Assistant Business Manager. Link Elozory; Advertisig Manager. Leon
Handley; Circulation Manager. Joe Doney. Jr.: Assistand Circulation
Manager, Lou Ritter; Accountant, Bob Newman.
Advertising Representatives, Stan Yalish, Caldwell Dugan, Jack Jones,
Curtis Sandier.


Wanted Caps And Gowns

Several students have voiced their opinion to the Gator recently on
the fact that "graduation isn't what it should be unless it has caps
and gowns to go along with it."
In fact, one student-who is graduating with his wife in February-
heard that caps and gowns are to be used in every other commence-
ment; that is, in June and September, but not in February and July.
Since they are both from out of the state and both have invited their
families down, the student was worried about the opinion these fami-
lies will receive of such a large university that does not use caps and
gowns at all graduation exercises.
The Gator delved into the problem and came up with some answers,
as printed in today's Gator. It seems that "precedent" has kept the
policyy of having caps and gowns from keeping up with the times.
With nearly 190 graduates the first term of summer school, the com-
mencement program was conducted without caps and gows.
Many who attended the exercises realized how confusing it was, how
disappointed many of the graduates were, and what President Miller
stated jokingly before handing out the diplomas-that he hoped the
diplomas got to the right people. There was no difference between a
graduate and a person who just happened to drop by.
We hope that the University's graduating classes are big enough
these days to warrant a first-class commencement program-with caps
and gowns-at all times.


Congrats To Student Gov't.,
The Student Government should be -congratulated on the success of
Summer Frolics, although the finance end of the week-end was not up
to par.
Despite the poor turn-out of students at the Saturday afternoon
concert, the two dances were well-attended and well-liked.
It was a pity that many fraternities did not back the student gov-
ernmen during the week-end, and it was a pity that individuals on the
campus have no desire to .brighten the campus with activities 'of any
sort, or support college life in any way.
Many students, cannot enjoy college life because they are too busy
finding fault with the program and with the fact that no life is around.
You get out of campus activities.what you put into hem, and it takes
only the originality, initiative, and plans of a few students and the
participation of many of them to bring new life to the campus.


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Now look heah! Ah'm not
sayn' that I am prejudiced to-
wards the South, ya understand,
but if we are goin' to protect the
flower of Southern womanhood,
I think we had bettah think about
this coming election.
I hear from various sources that
the Ku Klux Klan is getting a
lot of new members up in Jawga.
Why, colonel, if that there Civil
Rights issue is passed on this cam-
pus, it would be a catastroscope!
All right, look around and see
what would happen.
In the first place, the Law stu-
dents would be compelled to min-
gle with the lower claSses on
campus; the College of Arts and
Sciences would have to teach ac-
counting; the professors would
have to buy high class automobiles
to keep up with the student level;
the girls would have to ...... well
we'd better not go into that, -but
it would be a terrific idea!
I think that in order to keep
everything from going from a
chicken in every pot to a pot on
every chicken, we should organize
against this Civil Rights business.
To organize( it is only logical that
you need an organization. Well,
get out your old sheets, bathrobes,
worn-out B. V. D.'s, and what
have you, and join the bandwagon[
Join the Kockeyed Klan!
The Kockeyed Klan will protect
our campus institutions. The Kock-
eyed Klan will protect the flower
of our campus coeds. As well as
those in bloom. The Kockeyed
Klan will throw a Calvert's Re-
serve .. .that is, I mean a cordon
of reserves around each ,sor-,rity
house to protect it from the ATO's.
Gads, what a mess Civil Rights
will bring! All fraternity men will
have to act like brothers to one
another. All soroilty girls will
have to say sweet things about
a sister behind her back. The
girls at the ADPi house will have
to learn to brachiate like Jaynie
Ziegler. Joiurnalistic circles would
have to accept Morty C. Freed-
man's expoundings. (That would
be the limit).
Major Powvell, over at WRUF
would have to sing 'Auld Lang
Syne" with Guy Hamilton at
WGGG, and Lamarr Winegeart
Would have to let e er%,r'r,'. know
just what he does around here.
You can readily see that Civil
Rights would completely disrupt
our campus lift. Well, the Kock-
eyed Klan will stop all this!
Are you in a position to help
this cause? Do youti want to pro-
tect caamtpus coeds? Of course you
do. Then join the Rockeyed Klan!
The Klan is the Klan that can.
Fight for your rights! Fight for
your lefts, too!
This organization is heartily en-
dorsed by leading imminent per-
sons, who, for fear of recognition,
do not want .their %ames printed
here. But I can say that they are
elected and, one of them is some
sort of an official around here.


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Ability- Latest Fashion


Fashion is the catchingest thing.
Every time you turn your head
you see another of those new
swoopy skirts, or a petticoat, or a
dreamy sweater, Or a new way to
tie a bow. And life becomes just
One wish-I-had after another! But
with clothes as expensive as they
are today and fashions chang-
ing so Swiftly from day to day ..
we turn back to our closets for a
last look fpr clothes that will take
"a touch of eyelet" or "a longer
skirt." Your favorite dress or suit
from last year can be just as popu-
lar this season. Hem trouble isn't
so impossible as you may think.
There are at least three points
in a skirt where length" may be
added at the ~'hilre at
the hemline or in the middle
of the Skirt as an insertion or a
tier. There are all sorts of ways
of doing it. Try a knitted yoke on
a tweed three graduated rib-
bon bands on a wool-jersey dress
... pleated petticoats a taffet-
ta or satin tier in a wool or crepe
dress. To give added fullness to a
skirt, put pleated godets in the
seams make them of rustling
taffeta in a matching color or
in a contrasting color in matching
fabric. Scallop the bottom of your
favorite print dress add a hir-
monizing border. Do the same to
the sleeves it will look like
new!


Minutes Of The Executive Council
Jack Clark, Secretary of Social Affairs, gave a report on the Frolics
weekend stating that a total of $745.50 was taken in for tickets and
that expenses totaled $1,385.31, making a total loss of $639.81.
Mr. Love moved to accept this report. The motion was seconded and
passed.
Mr. Martin report dhe had investigated the possibility of placing
a water cooler in the Florida Union, and stated that Bill Rion, acting
director of Florida Union, had Informed him that a compressor for the
existing fountains was under order.
Mr. Carter made the report of the finance committee, and requisi-
tions pertaining to the expenses of the Frolics weekend were approved.
President Winegeart stated that due to adverse conditions the Stu-
en dGovernment Picnic will not be held next week and suggested Fri-
day, August 20, as a tentative date for this event. "


EXCHANGE POST


A cannibal took his baby to the
witch doctor. "Doc," he said, "I
don't know what's the matter with
him. He won't eat anybody."
*
A hiccough is a message from
departed spirits.
Pedro: Si, he ees a great man.
Just as great as zee other two
great Americans.
Pancho: What other two do you
mean, Pedro?
Pedro: I mean Senor George
Washington and Serinr Tom Col-
lins.
*
Pfc: 'Aren't you engaged to Su-
san?"
Sgt. "Not any longer."
Pfc.: "That's smart of you.
Never could see what you saw in
her. She's fat, dumb and homely.
How'd you get out of the engage-
ment?"
Sgt.: "We were married last
month."
*
We understand an undertaker
first introduced the "lay-away"
plan .
*
LADY: "Dodtor, is it true that
sleeping outdoors will cure insom-
ia?"
DOCTOR: "Perfectly true. But
sleeping indoors will do the same
thing."
*
The hardest tumble a man: can
take is to fall over his own bluff.
Wife (aboard train Vacation
bound): "Horrors, I forgot to turn
off the electric iron!"
Husband: "Don't worry, it's all
right, nothing can burn very long
I forgot to turn off the water in
the bath tub."


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In an English political oration:
"I was born an Englishman, I
have lived *an Englishman, and
I hope I shall die an Englishman."
From the back of the hall in an
unmistakable acent, came the
question.
"Mon, hae ye no ambeetion ?"

Little Joanne had been a rather
naughty girl nearly all day. When
her mother was putting the little
girl to bed, she patiently remind-
ed her of her nightly prayer "
and Joanne," she continued, "ask
God to make you a good girl to-
morrow."
Joanne looked inquiringly up at
her mother and then asked bright-
ly," Why? What's on for tomor-
row."

Sgt. 'So you met your wife at
a dance. That was romantic."
Pfc.: "Hardly, I thought she was
home taking care of the kids."

Child: "Mother, why don't you
ever see pictures of angels with
long whiskers?"
Mother: "Well, my child, maybe
it's becaAise men oly get to heaven
by a close Shave."
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This year, many of your fashions
come straight from older clothes.
You'll love to lengthen your skirts
. but won't want to look droopy.
You'll adore full skirts, and ruf-
fles, and petticoats but you
needn't be like a period doll. Your
jackets will be short and should
fit well. Small round collars, high
round necklines, trim shoulders
and touches of white pique give
you the neat look. It'S easy and
not very original to want a lot of
new clothes much more clever
to know how to buy a few. Plan
colors that go together. Learn the
difference between a passing fancy
and a true love nrid you'll
have two pretty important secrets
at your beck and call.
There's a new maRe-up story .
beautifully short and sweet in
Models' Cosmetics ... any skin's
choice of powder base cake,
cream cake, liquid cream each
in five fine shades $1:50 plus
tax. Some price the just-like-
velvet compressed powder in its
Powder Plus compact. This hand-
some job silvery on one side
. gilt on the other hOuses
a really businesslike mirror and
ditto piuff. Plug for compressed
powder: Tid drifting over bag lin-
ings no refueling each week-
end! The Models' Cosmetics foun-
tain lip brush in another smart
trick. Insert the lipstick filler in
the barrel turn until color
slides through the sable, brush .
and ,go into lip action!
There's never been a season
when cosmetic colors were more
feminine. A new one, Peggy Sage's
Manicure Polish called '. mildly
. Sheer is exactly that.
There's color in it, certainly, but
in a transparent, pink" chiffony
way, so' that it just veils the nails,
outlines the tips and moons in that.
old-fashioned fashion. Fun as a
change from opaque polish, and it
doesn't seem to clash with any
color cosmetic or ward-
robe.
Joann Deen, member of Alpha
Omicron Pi and the Executive
Council was busy selling tickets
for Spring Frolics last week in an
attractive aqua and black print
with alternating white : stripes.
Betty Blakemore wears a pretty,
kelly green tunic dress, the style
of which is destined to be increas-
ingly popular with the college Set.
Doris Manuel is charming in a two-
piece lavender cotton and her hair
tied back with a large bow. Both
Doris and Betty will be seen in
the Florida Player's coming pro-
duction BLITHE SPIRIT.
Other fashion indications for fall
are the dropped shoulder line .
dropped-in-back-waist line and
back interest in all things from
skirts to necklines the latter
often giving the effect of a dress
worn backwards!

sides, I didn't like some 6f the
things you said in it."

Grandpa: "I miss the old cuspi-
dor since it's gone."
Grandma: "You always did.
That's why it's gone."
One can hardly wait till wonder-
ful radar ia offered the general
public, with the inevitable sales
slogan "and remember, when
spelled backward radar is radar."
.
Defition: Intiution is that gift
which enables a woman to arrive
instantly at an infallible and ir-
revocable decision without the aid
of reason, judgmeAt or discussion."


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- REVIEWS AND STUFF By Gerald Clarke

SA.TEY Stan Fouraker Accepted
In Famous Acting School

WEAK-END NOTES .. .From all
reports, the Gals who journeyed Stan Fouraker, a friend of mine the fact that he has had the train.
to G'ville (or were already here) from Jacksonville, iA back in school ing will put him way head w'
for Frolics, "dooed" all' the now after a semester or so's ab- he strikes out for himself i.
don'tt" and donatedd" all the sence and with a lot of interesting dame's pupils include Kathrini
doo'ss" offered in last week's stories to tell. It was last No- Hepburn, Charles Laughton ohn
Gator. Some "Gatorette" outha vember when Stan decided to pull Garfield, Anne Baxter, and i
write a book called "Ten Ways up stakes and leave the Universi- many others, whose names esn,
to Keep a Date" and sell it ty for Los Angeles, and everyone me for the moment, that I am sUre
to everybody., was Very surprised when he did, the training must be of m sure tha
SIGN OF THE TIMES: Half myself included. a little value. Stan thinks so, ha
the sorority gals playing Honey- Up to the time he announced sure and what is more, foh
moon bridge and the other his departure, no one had suspect- family has changed their m ids
half playing Old' Maid. Stan of having much interest in they think so, too.
, IT'S A SMALL WORLD: From acting; ,ialtn,..gh it was widely
the Gator definitions. "Ses- known that he had a keen inter-
quipedelian a foot and a half est in Judy Garland. Every Gar-File T thirteen
long. That's the meaning of the land movie was seen repeatedly e i
world and also the size of it." and every one Of her new record-
,,Only 19 more daze until exams! ings went into his collection, A handsome but rather foppish
Exams are when you find out which is now on'e of the biggest bee was out getting his honey ne
whether or not you've absorbed in the. country outside of Judy's bright day which had greene
anything besides heat, rainwater, own. arid grass and flowers i ren perfees
and Seagrams Seven. Whoever What everyone didn't know last when he happened upon a petuson
gave Alachua County the mis- Fall, was that: whereas Stan in a pasture. Immediately he said
nomer Dry County must was being forced by his family, to himself, "Ah -I shall go intoi
just got back from Hawthorne. etc. to take over the family real that petunia and get my honey.
Hawthorne is that place 19 miles estate and lumber business, and that's what I shall do." So imneyd
East of Gainesville where you go being forced into an accounting lately entered the petunias to do
to get across the county line course at the Ur,,wT.err, what he his deed; that is, to make his
among other things, actually wanted more than any- honey, have his honey, or whatever
Comes the good news that I'm thing else was to act. It was way bees do with their hdney.
gonna have a desk and a type- h;ack in 1ff39 when in New York s d o w th their hosey e
writer in the Dept. of Journalism he met Kathrine HepBurn, Ethel A large brown cow, whose eyes
. It eays here in fine print that Merman, and Betty Grable, that were beautiful and cowlike, spotted
all us lucky upperdiv students he decided acting was his meat. the petunia in the grass and said
are gonna be the benefactors. I From then until last Fall he con- to herself, "Mo-o-o-o-! I must have
thought for a while that I cealed his aspirations, a master- that thoroughly delicious looking
wouldn't be here long enough to piece of concealment, I think. petunia." And she did in one gulp.
enjoy it but according to the So, without any particular bless- The bee, sensing that something
Registrar(, by direction of the ings from his family, it was off was wrong, climbed out of his per.
Board of Examiners),I got noth- to California for Stan, where he pie and quite temporary habits.
ing to worry about. I'll probably had been accepted from dramatic tion and discovered to his sir.
wear out two typewriters and training by Madam Maria Ous- prise that he was in a cow's stem.
have a chance to see my new desk penskaya, distinguished actress ach. "Oh, this horrible cow has
top covered with initials, and one of the leading dramatic swallowed me I'll get her back
According to the Gator Radio coaches in the world. Madame, as though. I'll sting her liver right
Poll, WRUF's position on the pop- Stan invariably refers to her, re- over there-- that's what I'll do,
ularity front is just that ceived her training in the famed I'll sting her liver there's no
Rough. But the poll of only Moscow Art Theatre with the udder thing to do. Ha, Ha, he said.
168 students-cannot be con- great Stanislavski and appeared "However, first, I must gain
sidered too indicative. WGGG is in the original productionscof strength. I must give her a great
out for a large listening audience Chekov. Today, she is the recog- big sting. I'll sting the very
. and is giving particular at- nized authority on the Stanislav- dickens out of this mean old cow
tention to the students. WRUF ski method of acting, the secret which so improprietously swallow
has competition now, and should of which is not to "act," but to ed me and my petunia -- and i
be coming out with some better "react." Stan, who has been honey." Se he lay down and napped
programs. Their new FM angle given six months leave by Madame for two hours, at the end of which
will help a lot. to come back and take his do- time, feeling quite refreshed, he
Congratulations to Eugene Doss green, reports that she limits her- t um d qokdauie defreshed I
and staff of the Florida College self to small classes so that she got up and looked around for the
Farmer. They've made a fine be- may give a greater amount of in- cow's liver. However, the cow had
ginning and set a precedence dividual supervision, supervision gone.
for themselves and other staffs so strict that she tells her new
and editors who will follow, classes, "I am interested in every-
For the strasgnr dope on what thing you do, except in your bed- $20.00 REWARD
to do when the time comes room."
read last week' Banter. When he returns to the Ouspen- For the Finding of
skaya school, which goes under
the name "American Repetory Furnished Apartment
^9 t ltiCTheatre," Stan will have nine
S months more of training, and then Acceptable to Me, by Sept. 20
tic / he will be on his own; although Young Married Couple,
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WRUF is now on FM. FM is on Americas; and a water sprinkler
the air from 9 o'clock in the morn- system is bhing installed.
ing to 11 o'clock at night. Instead This movement is in keeping
of one University Radio Station, with the University's campus
you really have the equivalent of; beautification program.
two stations, which means twice
the variety of listening entertain- Thursday night at 7:45 "Magic
ment. I Melodies," a program of semi-
On WRUF-FM, the Chicago I classical piano music is presented
"Theater of the Air" can be heard by Opal Klauspermeyer. Students
every Sunday night from eight are requested to call immediately
until nine o'clock. after this program to make their
"The Editors Speak," a new stu- requests.
dent program aired Monday night For your favorite kind of record
for the first time, can now be heard show, listen Monday through Sat-
every Monday, Wednesday and Fri- urday to: "You Name It." This
day At 6:55. Alligator Editor Pen musical all telephone request pro-
Gaines is in charge. gram is aired from 3:30 to 4 p.m.
Turning to the musical side of State telephoning your requests
Radio listen every Saturday night promptly at 3:15 p.m.
to "Insomntia. Serenade" from For "Campus News and Re-
midnight until two (in the morn- views" listen every Monday night
ing). You can always depend on at 10:45.
Bob Pool of "Pool's Paradise" fame WGGG invites all university stu-
for one solid hour of perfect musi- dents to come out an dsee their
cal entertainment every day from live shows Anytime.
2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Variety Music I I I_ l-_ IIII
Parade 1:15 to 1:55, and Modern
Musical Matinee, 3:30 to 4 p.m., and A complete stock of glass watch
other popular musical programs crystals for round, fancy shapes
presented each day.
For students who appreciate and and waterproof watches. Prompt
enjoy classical music, "Hour with Service.
the Masters" can be heard every
morning at 9:30, and on WRUF- 50o--$1.00-$1.50
FM, "Music that Lives," 2:15 to!
3:15 every afternoon.
Tune in WGGG for a variety of! Coles Jewelers
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These Russians must have something. Noticed an article in the By Harol McMullen_ I
paper the other day where the Soviets claim a new world record in i ywRU P m n s MN?
'.he discus throw now held by Bob Fitch, former Viking from Minne- TRUE SPORTSMEN ? ?
sota. Bob heaved the platter some 180-feet, a tremendous toss, and Gazing out of my old dorm win- Sports results in Intramural, away while his wife was having
now some squaw from Vladivostok adds another five-feet to the rec- dow during Tuesday afternoons play this week indicated a no-hit, a baby, arid Zimmerman was in
ord during Stalin's own version of the Olympic games, clouaurst I spotted two elnows no-run game was pitched by Gene charge of Springfield's other two
t's a shame there isn't a ull thrown contest ncludedplaying a fast game of handball in Zimmerman of the Wesley Foun- boys.
it's a shame there isn't a bull throwing contest Included. Ivan, the the downpour. After quizzically dation against the Terrell Club. Complete results in Intramural
Terrible would vin it going away. These Reds (and I don't mean watching them for a few minutes, Thaxton Springfield, Minister of play are:
Cincinnati) stop at nothing. ; I returned to my usual afternoon, Wesley Foundation and regular Wesley Foundation 4; Terrell
I can see it now. This fall, such football mastadons as Notre Dame, task (sleeping. A few hours later first baseman for the team, was Club 0.
Michigan. Texas and Georgia Tech will be made to look like Grammar a loud radio (my owni roused me Ybor Club 8, PKA 5,
school elevens. Moscow Conservatory following heavy subsidization from my sound sleep. It was still ATO 2; Sigma Chi 1.
will come up with the all-time, all-eleven. A combination of Michigan raining. While raising the window A Pi Lams won by forfeit from
trickery, Notre Dame power, Minnesota heft, and plenty of added to looked out towards the hanold tomb SPE
veto powers, enough to cross up even the hardiest of defensive ta I looked out towards the handball Tuesday:
can enough to cross up even the heartiest of defensive tac- courts and found that they were SL Gaest Bobcats won by forfeit from
hicians. still at it. I guess that the Frolics j oW s reai the Saints,
The Big Red will march through a gruelling twenty-seven game week-end was pretty rough on Ybor Club 3, Theta Chi 2,
schedule, rolling up an unprecedented total of two-thousand points, some of the boys (and girls too). | Terrell Club vs. the Sharks and
while holding the finest teams in the Russian sector scoreless and THERE MUST BE A WAY increases PKA vs. Avondale was postponed
SYPKA vs. Avondale was postponed
with not more than three first downs. Here's an oldie told on Notre because of rain.
Screaming headlines, in red of course, will reveal to the world of Dame's immortal Knute Rockne. Passenger Travel Makes In the Handball finals for the
the heretofore unheard of gridiron exploits. Igor Gromykorn, the The story goes that one morn the Summer Championship, Stanley
dauntless scat back who raced to fifty-six TD's in sixty minutes of Rock was engaged in a friendly 100 Per Cent Jump Over Turrango defeated B. Kibter.
actual play during the season, and of Mike Stalingrad, whose booming game of sandlot baseball on a, Previous Month fToday at ry 2 in the Mixeds t Doubles
80-yard quick kicks from behind his own iron-cutain were marvels of vacant lot next to a Church. Inside for entry in the Allhusbands
80-yard quick kicks from behinddiplom his oayn iron-curtain were marvels of the Church, the minister, in a For the fourth consecutive Tennis Tournament. All an
The entire first string line as done atplomacy. wth, hen after lead- blazing display of rhetorical ora- month, Florida Airways Inc., has and wives are invited to enter.
S entire first string li was done atay with, when after lead- tory, exclaimed to his listeners, shown a more than 10.0 percent
ing the Manheim Merchants 124-0, lost their touch and gave up a "and how are we going to get to increase over corresponding
first down in the closing moments of play. It was the closest thing Heaven?" At this same instant months of last year in the number In ustrial
to an upset during the season. Marthelm residents rejoIced for days the excited Rockne shouted to a of passengers carried on the local
over Russia's humiliation, but then found that the roof had fallen in. fellow teammate, "Slide, damn you, service airline. Increases were al- A t s l o ca
The Cominform had vetoed the play on grounds that the head lines- slide!!" so made in all other pXiases of FtS t society
man turned out to be a Frenchman and had failed to detect the oppo- JUSTICE PREVAILS traffic activity with exception of
sition holding. America's 400 meter Olympic express Which was slightly lower L a
The case would be presented before the U. N. for consideration and relay team will get their gold last month than during July, 1947. 1 B a SM ee i
he Soviets asked that veto powers be lifted for this case onmedal after all, although it took According to Oscar Bergstrom,
Around thet fistof thateto powers eiftdfrtiscase oo after all, although m o o vice-president and general traffic
'he Soviets asked that etoe lifted for this only. proof in the form of movg pc- manager of Florida Airways, pass- Student Assistant
Around the first of the year, a bid va received here in the states tures to change the officials pre- enger revenue miles for July ag- Will Be Allssisowed To
for the greatest team in the nation to meet the Big Red fourth team. vious decision that Barney Ewell gregated 129,325, a 108 per center T
The bids stated that it would be asking too much for us to face any had passed the baton to team- greasted 129,325, a 108 per ce73 total Work In Laboratories
of the three top teams. mate Lorenzo Wright out of the the same month in 1947.Laboratories
The bid had to be rejected. There would be no "Despair Bowl" on required 20 meter exchange zone. the same month The regular meeting of the Uni-
New Years Day. Senatorial investigations from Washington disclosed The Yank team, paced by the Mail pounds for the past month versity of Florida Industrial Arts
the fact that the Woman Discus thrower had been shifted from tackle flashing spikes 'of Harrison Dil- amounted to 12,408 or 88 percent Society was called to order at 7:30
to the tailback slot and no pass defense (not even Wally Butts') could lard and Mel Patton, won the re- gher thana pound milesflerod Vonday night, Aug. 9, at the PKYown
ope with a woman who could throw it around that far lay easily only to have the of- last year. Mail School, by Charles Wainwright,
ficials disqualify them on Ewell'sya reased 4fom 702,960,a
Fooled you McMullen, didn't even mention the Cleveland Indians alleged boner. New American year ago to 1,295,436 for 960July president. After introduction of
Olympic mentor Dean Cromwell's 1948. read from Dr. Walter R. Williams
protest has been justified and Express pounds decreased six to Dr. J. Hooper Wise, chairman
the ole' home team has been percent while express pound miles of the Committee on Assistanships,
officially credited with the win. decreased four percent from last requesting that student assistants
.A foThffic i;n le Great Britain drops back to sec- July's totals. The number of ex- be provided to help out in the In-
Sr and place, and Italy to third. press pound miles flown in the dustrial Arts Laboratories.
SAt Th e N ighti aEverond plac ant o tr last 31-day period was 448,878.
Everyone seems happy now. last 31-day period was 448,878. motion was made and carried
UN LVBARN r1AY B L ,M iamiC. I U L UU I I that a key be designed for this or-
SMAY BE BANNED ganization. Pete Perryman was
A "gentlemen's agreement" has made chairman of a committee to
been proposed to the International Hold Organization design and procure a key. On this
Big Round and Square Dance Amateur Basketball Federation committee were Charles King and
that Olympic basketball players TM Th d Frank Lewis. Harry Kolitz an-
Every Saturday Nite 9:00 Till be limited i height to 6 ft 43-4ay M meeting Thursday nouned that the Florida Industri-
inches. Federation vice-president The new "Greater Miami Club" al Arts Association will hold a
Decio Scuri of Italy claims that will hold a pre-organizational banquet at the Primrose Grill Au-
G .OPEN ING N ITE AUG. 14th. the results will be smoother meeting, tonight, Thursday, at gust 18th. All graduate and un-
games "for the good of basket- 7:30 in the Florida Union, in der-graduates in the field of In-
EVERYONE INVITED ball." Such action would eliminate Room 209. All Miami students dustrial Arts are invited to attend.
EVERYONE INVITED such stars as Bob Kurland, Okla- are urged to attend. Reservations may be made with
homa Aggie ace, who is seven The new club, which follows Kolitz. Clare Joly was appointed
Miles Out of Gainesville On Palatka Highway feet tall. the pattern and policies of similar historian.
SHORTIES existing organizations is designed A panel discussion on "Teaching
I hear that a certain R.O.T.C. to unify the students and alumni Industrial Arts in the Public
M music By The 5 Rhythm Boys officer could be talked into a of the Greater Miami Area and Schools' was led by G. W. Neu-
pat on the back for instigating also to present an organized so- ,baer of the College of Education
the return of John Natyshak to cial program. The social program' staff. On the ;panel were H. H.
old F.U. will include a "'ather-son-daugh- Kolitz of Jacksonville, Charles
Seems as though Andy Gus- ter-alumni" banquet for students Payne of Orlando, T. C. Swift of
tafson has decreed secret prac- ard,. alumni during the Thanks- Richmond Hill., Ga., and L. D.
tices for the University of Miami giving holidays and a big Chirst- Berry of Davenport. After the
"Hurricanes." mas formal, during the Christmas discussion the results of the vot-
S T A BfE The 1948 edition of "Illustrated holidays, ing for a name for the organiza-
..h* ..1 HFootball Annual" magazine corn- A few of the outstanding stu- tion were announced. The results
7T fL l Irm.nt-. "The Gators are still try- dents from Miami, who are back- were the formal title of "The Uni-
Sng to arrive, but the landing ing the progress of the organiza- versity of Florida Industrial Arts
seems a few years away." tion include: Quentin Long-, Tom Society," and nickname of "Ham-
Hmmmmmm . Barkdull, Jayne Zeigler, Ed Ad- mer and Tongs" to signify .the
kins, Marwiri Cassel and Sandy wide field covered by this organi-
L. D nner Le s o ed Freed. zation. The next meeting wll be
kf*.Lr Le S ppointed Billy Mathews, Director of held A.ug.23 at PKY at 7:30.
Tn --- I Alumni Affairs and Frank Wright,
Open On Sunday To Educational President of the Greater Miami
Alumni Association have pledged M OSt O f U S.
Post In Germany full supportto the club. Yust U S.
Seafood A constitutional committee,
Hal G. Lewis, professor of edu- headed by Marwin Cassel, has I Faculty A t
cation at the University of Flor- drawnup a tentative charter, i h-
S- ida, has been appointed education eluding the policies and purposes The.. old adage about "Florida
Stea ks Chops specialist in secondary education of the Club. At the first meeting Sand In Their Shoes," may hold
tyith the U.S. Army of Occupation in the fall, this constitution will true for 21 top University of Flor-
in Germany, officials of the Uni- be brought up for approval. ida administrative heads.
Sandwiches Short Orders varsity's College of Education .. At least a check of the personnel
announced today. M miller Named records and native states of the 24
He will leave for Germany (three are from Florida) would
shortly and will work there under eO seem to indicate .that "they had
Homemade Pies a Specialty the direction of Dr. Thomas Alex- emFlorida sand in their shoes,"---,
ander, formerly of Teacher's Col- .;od or if nothing else, that students
lege, Columbia University. Lewis' Natioyna BOdy here have a cosmopolitan group
707 W Univ. Ave. Phone 1572 headquarters will be in Frankfurt. Dr. J. Hillis Miller, president of of administrators to direct their
7 0 7 W Univ. Ave.Florida w here he was elected to
membership in Phi Beta Kappa, named with four other college A check of the geographic dis-
honorary scholastic fraterAfity, presidents as sponsors of the tribution of the native states of
Lewis received a master's degree Foundation for Integrated Educa- the 24 shows that practically every
in education and has completed all section of the United States is rep-
hin educaworkion a doctor's omplegree at tion, Gordon B. Halstead, Admin- resented, along with two "foreign-
Columbia University, with the ex- istrative Director of the Founda- ers" in Provost for Agriculture
ception of his thesis, tion has announced. Dr. H. Harold Hume, fromOntario.
SEW IS lets you see for yourself In 1947 he directed tte Hills- Also joining the present list of Canada, and Physical Education
borough County Workshop for educational leaders backing the College Dean D. K. Stanley, from
teachers said to be the largest Foundation are Dr. Herbert Spen- England.
ever held in Florida. He was for cer, president, Bucknell Univer- The deans claim state nativity
two years an associate in the Bur- sity; Dr. J. S. Bixler, president, literally from "Maine to Califor-
c,,.- 1,,1 ,.. eau of Educational Research at Colby College; Dr. Kenneth I. nia," the Eastern Seaboard, the
t, |O d o a.iA. the University \of Florida and Brown, president, Denison Univer- Middle Atlantic States, the Mid-
,, .,. prior as a teacher and assistant sity; and Dr. J. Ollie Edmonds, west and the South.
So' principal in a South Florida president, John B. Stetson Uni- Three of the 24 are "native sons"
The Foundation was established in H. G. Clayton, director of the
k A i* in the early fall of 1947 by educa- Agrieultural Experiment Station,
;....w h .. M argaret Blishl tors and laymen to further efforts Dr. G. Ballard Simmons, acting
d,. g.. Continued From Pae One directed toward the unity of dean of the College of Education,
------- :......... who recentlyppeared at5the Uni- knowledge. Much of tie initial and Business Manager George
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Chalk and Eraser Club holds forum on Teacher Problems. Included among those attending are Left
to Right-Robert Stripling, faculty advisor; Coke Bann, Principal from Jacksonville; Paul Peters,
Principal from Gainesville; Charles Wainwright, President! 0. R. Davis, Principal from Orlando;
Marvin Rooks, Principal from Port St. Joe; and Orville Barr, Principal from Orlando.

LegaJ Frat EXAMPLE: JOHN BROWN

Has Beasley Alligator Editors Asset

As Speaker To U. Of F. Student Body
In the past as in the present,, the Debate-Squad. He was a mem-
Practical Association the Editor of the Alligator, while her of the varsity squad and par-
Between The Lawyer, on campus, has shown himself ticipated in this activity for three
So be outstanding in practically years.
Accountant Stressed every phase of campus activities. John, an active member of
Being experienced in other fields Beta Theta Pi Fraternity, was
Clifford Beasely, Executive beside publications, he has been also interested in Student Gov-
Secretary of the State Account- able to bring a broadened know- ernment. From his early member-
ar/,-s Assotation, presented a ledge to bear upon his work with ship in Phi Eta Sigma, John
talk to thme Fred M. Vinson the Alligator in promoting the displayed his outstanding ability
Senate of Delta Theta Phi Law expansion and improvement of in scholarship, maintaining a 4.0
Fraternity on Tuesday evening, UnverSity publications It has been average throughout his college
Aug. 3 at the Primrose Grill. The shown later that these men have career and later ataining the
subject of Mr. Beasley's talk gone on in post-college life to greater honor of being elected
-was "The Practical Association prove themselves both capable to membership in Phi Beta Kappa.
between Lawyer and Accountant." and worthy of the positions en- Climaxing his college work, John
"The field in which the lawyer trusted to them. was placed on the rolls of Florida
and accountant is brought closest Exemplifying the above and Blue Key men.
together is that of taxation," one of the more recent Editors Upon graduation, John spent
said Beasley, "and the many of the Alligator was John Cot- several years in Government serv-
issues which arise from a taxation ton Broon. While on campus ice. Then during the war, he was
problem can be divided into ques- John was active in other stu- active in the Office of War In-
tions for lawyers and questions (ient punucations, serving as formation, also working in various
for accountants." Editor of the Orange Peel, ad- other departments, including that
Beasley pointed out that there visor on the "F" Book, and as of the State Department. After
is at present a committee ap- a member on the Student his discharge from the Armed
pointed by Robert Pleus, Presi- Board of Publications. Not only Services, he entered the Univer-
dent of the State Bar Association, was John C. Brown active in sity of Chicago, where he is today,
working with a committee ap- campus publications, but he working on a Master's degree in
pointed by the State Accountant's worked during his summers on history.
Association to foster and con- several state newspapers. ile Thus it is the purpose of this
tinue the now harmonious re- was Editor of the Miami Post in article as well as future articles
lationship between the two pro- the summers of 1939 and 1940 in this series, to show in a brief
fessions. and was campus correspondent sketch the influence and ex-
"Contrary to what some people for the Miami Herald and the perience of the Alligator's Edi-
think, the accountants are not Miami Daily News. tors in bringing about the suc-
trying to infringe on the legal Second only to publications cessful advance of the Alligator
questions in the field of taxation;" was this active Editor's work on through the years of its growth;
said Beasley, "but taxation has
become such a broad and cornm- .1OOI =O lOO Ol
plicated field that it is necessary YOUR TY EW ITE
for the lawyer and accountant to OR YOUR TYPEWRITER NEEDS
work hand in hand in order to TA
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Maine (1) in Dean T M. Simpson PARKER OFFICE MACHINE CO.
of the Graduate School; Califor- 0
nia (1) in Stanley West, director (Underwood Agency)
of libraries; Illinois (3) in Dean
B. C. Riley of the General Exten- 713 W. University Ave. Phone 1965 o
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Arnett, of the School of Archi-
tecture and Allied Arts, and Direc-
tor Alva Beecher, of the Division of
Music.
Pensylvania (3) in Director P.
A. Foote, of the School of Pharm-
acy, Dean of the University H.
W. Chandler, and Registrar R. S.
Johnson;- Indiana (2) in Dean
Ralph Page of the College of Arts
and Sciences, and Vice-President
John S. Allen; Maryland (1) in
Dean Joseph Weil of the College of
Engineering; Iowa (1) in Dean of
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Virginia (2) in President J. Hil-
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Kentucky (1) in Dean Walter J.
Matherly of the College of Busi-
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Her lLmother reca lls that.L after i she
was taken to Saturday matinees,
Margaret would retire to her room
to act out the whole play and all
its characters. This natural bent
for the theatrical was aided and
abetted by her mother, who was
head of her own school of drama-
tics.
Seeing Cornelia Otis Skinner
sparked Margaret to study acting.
Boston born and reared, it is nat-
ural that she chose Emerson Col-
lege at which to study. This work
was interrupted by appearances y LeI
in the Little Theatre of Boston,
the New York Little Theatre, and
by her tours throughout the Unit- W ork Done In 4
ed States in her original sketches. r D I
Asked what type of part she
likes best, she replied: "I like corn-
edy. I like to hear people laugh.
That's why I like the role I have
in "Blithe Spirit." a h o r n l
Miss Blish plans to remain at Bachelor Bundle
the University to continue work
as a mojor in speech and drama,
and plans to teach dramatics af-
ter she receives her degree.
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Pictured (top above) is the NARTU training hangar in Jacksonville. Below is a group of over 40 str
dents who took the first two weeks of annual training in June. Those included are: C. H. Donovan( fa(
ulty member), R. H. Howell, G. R. Frost, H. E. Nawotka, C. N. Tilton, M. F. Hebb, P. J. Stephens, W. I
Schickler, D. R. Lewis, T. N. McClelland, R. E. Morris, P. M. White, H. H. Buch, Jr., J. B. McDonald I
W. D. Sims, W. B. Norton, P. M. Harvill, Joe C. Jenkins, Jr., Crosby H. Dawkins, John R. Maginnia, Doi
ald Wells, R. C. Fleming, Jr., T. B. Sparkman, G. R. Register, Jr., Henry Van Der Heyde, Jr., Donald E
Newton, Charles M. Boutelle, William J. Francovic, S. M. Thompson, Jr., B. M. Myrick, Charles I
O'Nair, T. R. Perry, F. E. Autrey, Rupert J. Smith, William W. Gay (faculty member), F. A. Graham
and J. E. Dovell (faculty member). Not present when the photo was taken were Paul Lackey and P. (
Hoffman (faculty member).


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Proper Celebration Is


Planned For 1953

As the University of Florida tennial Program. Samuel Proc-
nears its one hundreth anniversary tor, professor of social sciences,
in 1953, long range action is al- ihas been assigned the task of pre-
paring a history of the University.
ready under-way for proper cele- Proctor will be given four years
. bration of that event, to write the history. As an in-
The University establishes its structor in Florida history at the
origin as January 6, 1853, when University and author of "The
Governor Thomas Brown signed Life of Governor Napoleon Brow-
the act which provided for two ard," which was his Master's
seminars, one east and one west thesis, he is well qualified to un-
of the Suwannee River, with the dertake the task.
East Florida Seminary to be lo- During the year-long celebra-
cated in Ocala. The passing of the tion, there will be a three-day
Buckman Act in 1905, incorporat- ceremonial in April which will fea-
ed the University and moved it to ture speakers on various phases
its present site in Gainesville. of the humanities, the social
Dr. J. Hillis Miller, President of sciences, the physical sciences, and
the University has named a 14- the biological sciences, both pure
man special committee on the Cen- and applied.


'Students Might Get Choice
Some years ago at our college it was customary to publish the
names of the teachers of various courses in the schedule of classes.
Evidently so many of the poorer instructors were shunned by the
students that it was deemed necessary to revert to a policy of secrecy
concerning the teachers and their teaching schedule.
Is there really such a fundamental and underlying disadvantage, if
the students have knowledge of the names of teachers of courses ?
Why the refusal of department heads to inform an inquiring student
of the schedule of a popular and efficient teacher? The procedure
seems a good cover up for the inefficient and disliked instructors.
U- It is undoubtedly true that freshman students, unfamiliar with the
c- university staff should be assigned to courses with unknown teachers.
F. But why deny a junior or senior the choice of a good teacher? When
I, a course is completely filled, a student would understand that he would
n- have to make a second choice or take the instructor that he can get.
E. That is more satisfactory than to have no choice at all.
K. As a matter-of-fact, the process of teacher selection might be a
n, very good thing for the staff. Such should serve as a challenge to the
. less desirable instructors, as well as a signal that it is time for them
to "get on the ball" and improve their teaching methods.
(Purdue Exponent).


SKY ANCHORS AWAY

Florida Students Taking Active Part

In Naval Air Training Activities
Approximately 150 students and naval or military training. Sea- gaged in reserve training units
faculty members are adding con- men, after serving their appren- oetore the signing of the recent
siderably to their incomes in tak- ticeship, "strike" iftJr aviraton I draft bill, are draft exempt.
Ing part in naval operations and rates as third class petty of- i Approximately ninety enlisted
training for advancement in rate ficers. petty officers and seamen billets
as members of the Jacksonville Like their army counterparts, are available in Fighting Squad-
Naval Air Station NARTU (Na- naval reservists, actively en- ron 52 and Attack Squadron 52 at
val Air Reserve Training Unit.) present. These billets are open in
|Just one weekend each month practically any class of rating,
for ground personnel, one week- 3- y whether aviation or deck. In ad-
end or two Sundays-per month edition, thirty flying officers are
for flight personnel, plus a two Ib ra y I needed to complete the rosters
week "cruise" or training period of tdiese two organizations.
each year, is all the time re- An added incentive to joining
quired for participation in NA- NARTU and participating in its
RTU. The two week training 0 D 11 activities, as far as students and
periods are scheduled to avoid T faculty are concerned, is the
conflicts with college and high fact that all training, including
schoolactivties wheneer poss- thetwoweek"cruise"ismade
ible. For instanoethe nexttwo at the Jacksonville Naval Air
week period will begin Septem- -U- Station. Transportation to and
ber 4 and end September 17, from the station is taken care of
which should fit in nicely be- by the car pool system and
tween semesters. Plans Include MusIC should prove no serious hin-
For participation in the month-drance to prospective members.
ly NARTU operations, 'Week-end And Browsing Rooms Training duty in the Organized
Warriors" draw four days base For Student Listening Naval Air Reserve is broken down
pay frus tfog eso o elk cruevi", into several weekend periods. The
and for the two week "cruise," Squadrons muster on their respec-
full pay and allowances, plus By Lynn West tive weekends at 1 n Sat-
longevity. Longevity pay amounts With the addition of the new urday. After muster the various
to five per cent of base pay for Library wing, the bookshelf space divisions of the squadron engage
each three year period of active will be more that doubled. The in such duties as plane mainten-
duty and-or duty in organized or new addition will be air-condition- arice, ground school and operation-
inactive reserve. ed (for more competent studying) all airborne flight training. At 4:30
At resenzt the Jacksonville and will be completed approxi- p. m. the groups secure for the
NAR.TU maintains one Naval lately by September 1949. night. Musters are held again at
Reserve fighting squadron, one It is a very big sad and compli- 8:30 a. m. Sunday for duty until
multi-engine squadron, two ser- cated job to move books from one the final muster and dismissal at
vice squardons, one Marine Re- wing to the other without closing 4:30 p. m. Sunday afternoon.
serve attack squadron, recently the Library. The staff is now Men interested in the program
added. Types of aircraft oper- working on plans so that this al- of "drill for pay" in the Naval
ated include the famous FBY, ternative will not be necessary. Air Reserve are invited to contact
oren Cata flying boat, the t is more important than ever the Organized Personnel Office in
Ventura bomber, and Beech- that they know where all books Hangar 113 at the Jacksonville
craft in the multi-engine class;are at all times. Naval Air Station from Wednes-
and Corsap Hel Divers, n the Included in the new plans, is a day through Sunday, from 8 a. m.
Martin Torpedo bombers in theBrowsing Room with nice co until 4 p. m.
single engine class. rgely c portable furniture, and a Music
poed of veterans there are, how- Auditorium with a collection of THE WOLF
ever, openings for apprentice sea- records, and recordings. The Audi-
ever, openings forwith no previousea torium will have two separate If he parks his little flivver,
men, or men with no previous ,rooms where students can listen in Down beside the moonlit river,
group or as individuals. The en- And you feel him all a quiver,
tire building will provide the badly Baby, he's a wolf.
needed carrels in seminar roomsre gorgeous
tOVING for graduate students and faculty If he sas you're gorgeous
members. looking'
LocI r Long Distance In the tentative plans, special ndyour dark eyes set him
Loa rooms will be provided for Social cookun' ,
F'. or to ANYWHERE Studies and Humanities. ut looking ere he's
in U. S; Temporarily until the Library Baby, he's a wolf.
is completed, the annex will still
ST,..- .GE serve for University College. When he says that you're an eye-
SCATE NG When the new building is com- ful,
CRATING pleted there will be a large But his hands begin to trifle,
SHIPPING room assigned for students to And his heart pumps like a rifle,
use in that College. Baby, he's a wolf.
In the two planned additions to
H EM BY the Library, the first one is de- If by chance when you're kissin',
signed to take care of books and You can feel his heart a mission ,
STORAGE &' TRANSFER CO. a small amount of reading room And you talk and he won't listen,
130 East Masonic St. space, the second addition will be Baby, he's a wolf.
Phone 2094 a big wing assigned to reading
rooms. In these plans, the road If his arms are strong and sinew,
M. C. Alleyne, Mgr. north of the Library will be per- And he stirs the gypsy in you,
Class '35 manently blocked, and a large And you want him close again you,
parking space will be provided be- Baby,-You're the wolf.
hind the Library. -Arthor Unknown.


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If she's thrown her little giver,
In the front seat of your flivver,
And says it's pleasant by the river,
Brother, she's a wolf.
If the get-up that she's wearing,
Turns your head and keeps you
staring,
'Cause it's just a little daring,
Brother, she's a wolf.
If she's careless enough to be
sure,-
When there's plenty else to see,
When there's plenty else to see,
Brother, she's a wolf.
If she really is bewitching,
And she kisses with a twitching,
As if her rosy lips were itching,
Brother, she's a wolf.
If she really let's you pet her,
Let's you snuggle in her sweater,
And you really think you'd better,
Brother, BE A WOLF.


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Adler Debunks Supe r-Race
A superior race is a theory toyed with by dictators or would be
dictators since time eternal. Yet to advance this idea one must find
some basis to establish a master race upon. Blood? There are four
types of blood known to science and an individual's blood falls into one
of the four divisions regardless of his cree or color. A perfect head
type? The medical profession indicates that the brain of an idiot is
larger than that of an intelligent man. Characteristics? Use the Aryan
theory for an example. The German Aryan was supposed to be tall,
blond and blue eyed. Like Hitler? Like Mussolini or Hirohito? There
is no master race, it hasn't been proven yet and cannot be proven.
Racial discrimination comes from man's desire to set himself up as
superior to an inferior being. (The Daily Lass-O, Denton, Texas -
based on speech by Larry Adler).


Sentiment Is Kind Heart
Many people like to think they know a good thing when they see
it, but few seem to realize what a good thing sentiment is. It might
be more accurate to say that people recognize the value of sentiment,
but for some reason most of all are ashamed to admit they are senti-
mental.
Why, in such a time as this, do people hide sentiment and steel
themselves against any action which might give away a sentimental
heart?
Perhaps they think that it might make a breach in their air of self-
confidence, independence and perhaps in their pride. It shouldn't be a
disgrace to stand up for a heart-of-gold. Sentiment doesn't require be-
ing a soft touch or going overboard for the idea, but a person should
have some feelings for the rights and privileges of others and for a
world in which we could do as we want. It shouldn't be a place where
a cynical and sour world looks upon things such as Santa Claus and
the Fourth of July as so much trash fit only +.r sentimental fools.
Where, there is sentiment there is a kind heart. And it isn't going
to be the hard. cynical fellow who is going to solve the wolrd's prob-
lems.
(Daily Lariat, Waco, Texas)
Notes from various newspapers: The prayer meeting was hell at
the Methodist church, Wednesday evening Young couple wants
to rent furnished apartment-need large loving room.


The Army is meeting in Atlanta of service represented here ap-
today to decide the draft status proximately 15 each. Along with
of several thousand students in the Infantry, Artillery and Air,
R.O.T.C. Force units will be a Transporta-
Whether they will be subject tion component which is being
to the draft or not, and if not, activated here under Maj. WVil-
just how their training will be liam F. Foster.
effected by the armament According to Lt. Col. Ed-
movement now prevalent will w a r d s, i a s t year's 1U JL
be decided. strength of 1,952 cadets, will
Colonel Price and R. S. John- he more likely surpassed this
son, from the University of Flor- fall. Florida, along with Clem-
ida, are attending the meeting son College, maintained the lar-
and will come back with the ver- gest units in the Southeastern
dict. The results of the meeting
will be published in next week's
Summer Gator.
At the present time all physi-
cally qualified students, except- BEER'S
ing veterans, entering the Uni- TAtOR SHOP
versity of Florida are required TAILOR SHOP
to take ROTC training because IS CLOSED iNTIL
of this school's obligation as a IS CLOSED UNTIL
land-grant college. It is not SEPTEMBER 1ST
kouwn as yet if the decisions
being made in Atlanta will ap- When I will be ready to take
preciably alter this policy or care of all your tailoring problems.
not but it is quite likely that it
will have some effect upon it.


The number entering basic
ROTC in the future will be de-
termined on a quota basis, the
determination of the exact figure
being the fundamental purpose
of the meeting mentioned above.
It might be emphasized here
though, that deferment from in-
duction does not give exemption
from registering for the draft.
A limited number of applica-
tion period. For those interested
in ROTC will be accepted dur-
ing the week prior to regis-
tration for the fall term as well
as during the actual registra-
tion yeriod. For those interested
in applying, it is imperative
that they watch for more defin-
ite information which will be
forthcoming in this paper and
in the Orange and Blue Bulletin.
Tentative plans will permit the
additional appointment of about
60 men, which gives the four units


Conference this past school
year.
All the senior training officers
have been appointed with the ex-
ception of the artillery officer.
The appointments already made
are: Lt. Col. J. G. Gillespie, Air
Forces; Lt. Col. Earl W. Ed.
wards, Infantry and Maj. W. F.
Foster, Transportation Corps.



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Pictured above are members of the Hillell Foundation who are shown donating blood to the Jack.
sonville YMHA Blood Bank. From left to right are: Jack Piatt, Lindy Savage, Joe Edelstein, Joe Glick,
Jack Proctor, Jack Price, Technician, Dr. M. Dros doff, Jack Hadas, Jerry Kapf, (and Rover), Ted Witt.
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Coed Of The Week AMA UOL. 39B, NO. .RSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST g -n~by ill BeThis Is Ours, Too Miss Mr.yWi B * fricans ToAppear Head Dietitian For Here monday Night New Cafefera In Fall In I r When theIneUnUusursityoCaam tK Ci Next Monday night the Florida services of a trained dietitian, J. M Moore Takes Attorney General Says Unons and theLppema Cih according to W. P. Long, director O A fyy wl ososra pernehr dsei fPr te U Oity verAt 0 manager Of Board May Begin Work of a group of African students in l, --, "I of toodseic fotth Uiersity, er As Managerpt-Illm f folt dances, fol Miss Marion Melby has been se Campus Bookstore On New Dormitoi togra fflas, d 1k ltd from agouplof to ntNw otm lssWt letd frm t a gr 1p It tw hlsongs, solo, talks and a play. Attorney General Tom WaMany jetlousy-guarded African h" p p 1.totlilillt the 15. 1 sltid t IsIs rSed5t-ttdIbS-1 ~l MIt Mttead litta 1 managter L ft shetbook str hat lf today ruled that the Bord r In Miss Meby alue. r' duties will Incue DkeUiesity, arrived ee fCntrol may begin work -tby the addtins to that.time. menplanig, supervising. f1 food last wttotaktsr isjsb -unt on two new d orm'tory It Idditio t te s ttn p lpt i, ad supervision of asmsntg rfthe psbF dancestheAfricansIlldiscuss 11their secret5nlelsstyglmy wihhserving. She will be aided b __ysw e" Thtusi dSs thtdir srcesto s p f wthtral assistants who will be added The board has asked whether of women IIther stall it ttt near fture. ork could start on the first i African society, ad the God -t Sthe is a graduate f tte Unier-two of six proposed d r-sitory sf Aft-rtI S uto h nuitlis eInthou lssgt5s ~tSl t tIt l 155 It-It tt-lted1s1urgsslIi otthVereted ri e ewCool eig TREND TO CITIES ttl=itS tho-h tip r I lt The program will be presented V~ciusLnnWetwa slctd sou glofth ee, n cn toer ntdeg dre ivedetsfr I cetifictes which Will hl to admission free and Iopen to -11 ya blame as? ynn not only goes to school, but works 1. the UnivrColumbia University. She is nw I pay for the project have no students, faculty members and city's Accounting department, as well as Station WRUF. Some gal, in dietitian at Teachers College, COfl n W y AustnnCary Forest Is been issued. tnspeopl. eI wll sbe of prtillmore ways than fiwe. lumba University, having served arItestocsesiscolg, '11year's intern ip at the Unilanguages, and history Hikitversity tf Mittigsan. 10 'jlOfl iia mea F miuin This appearanceI s intended to Mt-. Lf icign. To nin NPadF rlme ar igPetheSfirftinseies -totf lo niM E -Under 'the planning of Mr. Long bRay frt n ParlsmfFlr nd George Baughman, business Exec. Council Also ThecertificationIoffAustinCayoreigncountr1es. lUnpogd ditedt manager ftr the University, Miss memorial Forest for tree farming nextrg s eat ur1.O thl Melty Dill tv I large variety of Reports A Loss Of as anounced today by the Floridar p st ht tt eUon lnesgm $640On Frolics Btrd of Forestry and Parks, will Stteaed t ftigns s.t.s. all Itts. pt the State of Florida over the The six Afri-l students who Plan to use large quantities of The Summer Frolics,tsponsored Million acre mark i its present ,ept f will appear htetare ll from Ni.rZen foods include an order for ]ast wee-nd by the stdent g9 -ree farm program. geria, West Africa and are attwo Id on -half tons of bea s ernmentt *as a succlCs solilyif Lated a few miles ltideOf .tending Bethue-Cookman College An crease in rent rates fI al I nonin hs nrae and five tons of peas. This is exnotfm ancially, according to atu-. Gainesville and the University of Palm Is Noted in Dayona Beach. Un tossing f or tt 191t ouing Offi c relaie Ipeed to be a six weeks supply dent body Presidentl saarWlneFlorida campus, the entire forest ContemTimeand place of the program 49ss n as been recommendUniversity Dormitories are reQuhekfreez anddp reezemere dywill be 7:30 Monday night in the 'd by (he University Administraquired to be self-sustaining in all Units have been purchased and Teanucmn ae tte T afrs ddctda e American Artist Florida Union Auditorium. tion and approved by the Board pases of operation. Income from will be ready for use this fall. This regular Tuesday night iting of orial to DrAust s Cary, who of Cotl .ents must pay all costs, inl dng plant will enable Miss Itttty t t Ixectilt ItnIl pitnetrd tte reforestation of Pi e Raymond L.Pam, former DiotfIt ItI fdetrsIht .DCr's dthtI y td L I t I These increase in rent, which labor, salaries, materials for clenfe gre rs" vgtbls Rprigo h ot o h nti Are.D. Crys dahrector of Arts and raftsa e ar e up from five to ten per cent, ing, maintenance, and repair, heat teyerrunIAn il lofro.ics,iSoclU Committee Charcame wileta faculty membe of Mexco State TeC atch e are judged necessary because of lights, hot water, amortization of broaden the scope of experiment-mnJakCakttdthtteah nvst f or r idasbeeandedttn -herU Colge,T C o d the rise of all dormitory operatbonds on construion o Fletcher tion of food processing conducted of enitr$1,38te4t.31oalace with 1.0o theisresraetdseg. as been added to theper Umo Frorty ing Cost. and Murphree Halls, and stome of by the school of agriculture. ao $1,381.11 wilt $71.10 If ths al Ted Is the mtem ri pr-pttl-rdArt yestat:thetCostswoftrehabilitation.tDpartt ieff-tyn e t Thfrt-ss dy It ly. SttpeIncttt-tesItts:il t _of 126 tickets. This made a 'net versity for training tIt Suites for four on first three T h a increased occupancy of Ios f$3.1 students, and such facilities as a He is a member of the Southfloors of Sledd are tp omI $18.1 dtliories, which began in 1916, Other business discussed at the recently completed sawmill and an western Crafts Guild, te Southt 4.0 per m aersmster. has moreased t-acncmsbu eting included: expeimntal nursery are included we tern Ceramics Society the Itsfor four tFltler and not enough to meet the spiraling pillltg I A report by Doug Martin conin thget training equipment there. year. Production in the next 20 AmeMurphree are up from $40.00 to operating Costs, which are in most iCrning the water cooler proposed At the present time 23 Univer. years is expected to be one cord ceramics Society and is R $44.00.are es up more than 10perCntforF.Unn.mgsity are holding a sixp 500 cord feet). listed intWho's Who In American Re~cei ve.$5.Aice u rooms $f4r0three37.5T.omaslere Ab umlig dui enteuireirneto the group that the expense for weeks camp there the second such University officials baofhe Education' and the Directory of As Result Of Attaning ftr t $31.00 t o $37.14. Sttlltr pidtg an eqlpmentt1 r ir-iP gins ttllng a cooler would amount ca tpt to be conducted this sumfire record in that area. The forNew Mexico Painters'ETht arts Highest Freshman Av. fie sft-r ti Thttts thtw pait ad eplttaloet. aseI Bef W r to the same as mitalling a freez-mer. t has had Ilytne fsrt ir the and crafts program at NwM HFxiT o same uiese.forenaetwroaloedtothpe ing Unit which was capable of The present growth of timber in past eleven Years, with a resulting to State Teachers College ha Two Gainesville coeds at the Tw romsitsIortfn h during the -r, is ow being doecooling all the tp water in the the rest is at the rate of a half loss of a little over one-half of been rated as the strongest in the University of lorda have heaen lrth fls of Fletcher and Sledd The Housing Office is planning aI present fountains. The latter cord of pine wood per acre per one per cent of the whole. Southwest. wd dl$51 eath Il I resultf are up fr-t $41.04 to $9.50 and general renovating program which Dr. Hale Gives cawrsedofateiah was dstilitld uPon Durintt htpalslt'tulty sio hfaing thegihest 'terageduring $40.00 to $4400 respestitely. will replace worn-out equipment o eion For 111a ec nit i s on t sISy.ct-edupothas en prominent i Ntw ts pt yetr tttng Fr s n msinad -drrmsh all housing facilities TSTUDENTS ADMITTED FREE Mexico Art affairs, having been girlit tt Utiversity, it waS anhi hgl -ttti l ilti t t I-i stIltlig tiiisTh tcttpltels tIf ills i t il -_girlsatthe._University,_itw___antories are up from $45.00 to $49.50. tth Iside and out. This System ed by Clark were approved by the -Presented In the t 1a1v e I5In g bounced this week council. exhibition of ten representative The two coeds, Miss Jo Ann WOMENAPPRECIATE DORMS The GatUr wondering about this .JohnCarter requested the purTick s nSdgadeWt lb N -ain s st-He Mis De, 809 East Church St, and business of a Cp and gown gradhs C F7tcouncilkeys,whihudgdI Fiat t hibics o Itse past Miss Bernadine Baply, 120 South blltttlP OdpI-gar-Wa appoval. 11 Fan wstir t a hldss'fIrthlPst Seve11nthtfrlrcettofthe Temporary Dormitories OK ttgtplt l hnret ltd AFttpnd 1st-Itr sanuItsarNt-:et-M-sySthelAlp:a: h m t m tiriday August 2 Ih duet h, When tNoe, Cowards "Blitheithe, supernatural doing reallyy sEitn Pi s ya. To Most W omen Students I-cording to Dr. Hae, who is ina nilityf C l Spirit," the Florida Players Deget going. Th. plays ,t I.His paintings are in tie peri To qualify for the award the Commencement marshaling in the oree to be present prtment of Speech second sumrecord of at least half "A's" and anent collections of the Museum grsmst ergstrd nth By Blly Cihlm t-ted. Itqitewll tifled wihI tbnt e If Prfs It-npathemerdproduction goes on the boards ll 151a ore, Margaret Dil, of New Mexico, the Mil'al s :gir-st py e f tte Unesity C suByveyf hmes0holm en tedsitaetin, wand satifewtha us of eaniP teol .y.-.A.24 5,2Oar:1 m n oCs.nul maeaLng.Ar nsiftthirse ad the Ceg, osing e niutve riCo-d Itudents a ureyiofas o he omp ationit ndl saynghi t in fore the war. At that time there to tteP. k. Yonge auditorium, it ford, Iris Bishop and Bruce D. Beard Galleries, and in the Uni-t mingilen 1ad12ilu rsv tar etdents Il etitonedy Its tlteilg 1 t ne formlp dtwlake1 four people to operate elly. t Ivrsity of Minnesota collection. At amestersof iAe andC ondit!s' in the temp Wrhousesin town, and with -a 'lyotstf hlm a yt grtaduation. slst tilndsboh tslth terearinl ysewen Mrsnthi Fatng t N Mf ary dormitories, the great majorary dormitories on other camppsChisiexerciseicame at the endtoft a y stworgh an d po-Althoughsthere ard'seemprtem s aintiestandowranBtgrs. f~ -I I t t t 't i t t rUt s aI C s I stCIIs llaIteU iBy WtC Nebliltstd -s iii sis s A .SS aIn -Bt-B o thi l.g irlts-y w h t lil -AtpPi saIltmt-cIrII' ity expressedfa',rableopinions.thegUni e Feor springsemester;tand anybody .i sL iill themoretha 60ptin a stofCoward's t A th UtDs tk the Fe, NewMexico.lHtspaintingsPledges. Most of the women were grateful i h tp by its women students. r ts ny I itme rist-IllsIftrIt es i sm it th t et d i l Its T er than theuneI'tdisritorllwings.ora asitimnthtthonor point s tst B Pt-dg AlHeg ehles,1 boonsd pictures drop atrically minded persons to back showsat lth Musem H i w Among thsef tnentite.d sPt s 11tmysteriously to Ine 11OOrIa the actors up, beginning with Dr. i, damofnglef the tngeisted C C ame the Guerre and the G 1. By W. C Nesbitt ludes William A. Stuggs, Betty Delwin B. Dusenbury, who directs TheSilr City Wmeml n mosttnised ftFrorcpntBi I.tThnthng.bTheIdIpublicopnion poll n back to plague her formerthusit. AssvstingtDr.NDIMenburytwothn' spcth amtos mec rot uusaltms hr e drye h FoidcAogao wsband's second wife joins her, Slids ad Louise Lvigood. mdHne al desks pr vided for each girl, and Igec u ue rd ain madethiseorid studlig t o k-teH wals teen a lke e aar libd, p goa th vry raSolea ransmerenl. The Gainesville Chapter of The spring and during the second sueing habits. agrHouse wl sadgernut asasehiitdpairtinantBerk u da Afyoo U. n Tllaasse, r. o i wa deide ( pn~) w -brm, .isaos8' Knll City, Ptl11nd, Btliy, stBel fti om p ar i Prns s Uniteid Wtl Fedear liss as mer sestion. It it ws diiedli Is This weth 22M tydiens or ( rin, is nd Chicago ArtInstitutes. His A piano recital featuring works det ltoI lit m tllthseo fundedliy gplfstudents Use1 cap landgows for large dtt-ttt, Irtstsy nd srIt-Ity ns. mas n St. JtmesIP.oIsbuiness 111Its iespidary metm'It, byBlh, Bthoe, Chpi, tetat wdiomrisn ithtpth teeh. randtownspeoplelheaded-assefs.thiChrfs ndlaroundtampusl To i ontldti .Ro t-x a s-dlte hla P bary ibt -Me ptbua sswe hllbengitnythand heempowearyd matrkes there-e by Dr Frank Poy TuesdaeveThere is no hard and fast rule, asked several questions regarding sitat bs.nesmn gr.EetdT sSaen exhib-ve bussyp wilree giaen Cat uderm i her sowd amake imroe-ning August 1,a :0p m and it is presumed that different soig. Tequsinsakd rcal supervision is by9MErvin ity, En as, SandaFe i lvhesturretsde iai orgnrograms. tttLllp,~gtll~lI~l~t lllltplstsM~t~i 'Ctll'ttllp.Ph qsfollows:i t-l glstlsilibyttlsCityl Pso,andMinSothwestcurrettsris oftoraprogramts,. Atdi I to h wmtt stPlreli minar y organizational Conditions of new policy decisions wert-s tfllws: RamIber and costsuming by 51ern Craft Guild Exhibits. All students are invited to atdet rhi re ptestdisadv Tnags i stps were complete ed and mitC ldcause new changes in either etoloy t mot3 Ms tlAtke ,Iretinint .t I "Blt-I IpIt"nI erstytfF rl t ttUf vrI tyMp i t l f n d ut sy e f te w tDr. Hale states that hm d 2. What brand of cigarettes do sht,iwhich inv various mechDepartment tends to pbu t e tUersnt4:udtp.imSundha 'o mIt aio.Asyt, the teleplation ofa group discussion mea ~decson in th m ttehemaenelyYOUsmoke ? .Ms hC ta .A aU hsaimsue o eue sue-srogs rat earmn n tefolong :0 p.iadh r Phes have not been provided for ing 'Tuesday, August 17, at 8:0 fl in rMdrts,.emrey Lck tik,4Cprhnt en arote M.Aarof Wso ma usedffesv, s Tha spe .-the th.Crts pDe p rtn e "reuean aien Mnr the ttmtpoatry orms. .p. m1. 1n r tt 303 f th FgropedulL no.amels,24 per cent; Chesterfields, n's Housing. She assumedher new Hicks, Clay Fields and Saul will laid on Ceramics, leh Pttiq b at athedoto swe ries wfulb UnTemoa-y fi etth ft18per cnt; Philip Morris, 5 per responsibilities on August 1. Frutchman. James K. Williams fttl wein, tt ett f B hVInl "'tw Preludes", "Two tavalbt the du rin h es w uld he Temaindryoffthersumetdr -cnt; other brands, 3 per cent; ciSince this project is so new, the is handling the lights, and makewitsstress on aev eaie Wlzs""otre"ad"oo 11111rs r i l l8pcot. 5 5Pt-ldi stsltl ~ iil ittt by55W ilimy I derI t e y Pt-dClsI" yHl -iAdlt ala b esle o thm urngth nrg wt e re:ai r otesumer segr rpps,8prcn' University of Florida is very forsb ilam Podn tcrattesmThe A rmDep tivWaltzenas,' iNocltur" Can;"ol-r Plr sesasfions ude s.oxwer : C h, a illm an dry, l-3 H wmuhdoyd mkeprtunate in being able to obtain Mrs. phen Seds handles music and much rse rchdrn h etd u ""Golliwog's Cakwak, Althugh few student x1r; Sc.-Teas.BillHoLend, nda A anenas Mnage efomens pend'several years development of "Veils," "Minstrels," 'Submerged pressd diapprvalmost f th Faclty dvise Dr.-Frak Poy.C-l mess than Inepakge,1 prHousing. She has had years of exThe 600 properties are being tefncinusage o aiemCathedral," and the ,' Dace of the THE VOIE OF FLORIDA cent; one package,5 experience in a variety of g trials that can be obtained in Duck," by Debusey; "The Warsaw T H E ~ l CEOF F L R I D per en ; n pakg, 9pr and is more than qualified for the byJIsMoeyad vry Florida. Concerto" by Richard Addinsell. Wh donu position. At the University of ilqslol. Ted Trushin till it st 4.tWhyad yeurgiak(Ayh s),s 1 t-i tthebbusiness end of the show, W RF Opens FM Station f.ttHabit,-23peristt;Hareasi oft 1111GganlihnsCes tiltand Tom Fay will be ini charge AROUND THE WORLD p s NOTICE to Degree CandidatesaReasns:Hbft,2prHall.Shewasnfdt; f MdH oftttig. PublicitylIs by Bn Iflst1 d11l tso,'" MI1TyiIrs Ball, Pmory UM -it llht ttltt t't--w dwItriMs merctnhndisnning ld-IISor__e_ _F_(_AsastuMn tannttMsltltet Blish, FamedSolo By Eg White -"Ths an t t," slid ts Mltorsend rprs-t s he Honor Frat For Frosh rsnttlli pttfs rtrtta d Dramatist-Here For Degree Ath I 1141 rled I d, j, "y te f lt t at Tisdayee campusifqualifiedIndividuals are Askp i Fr 3 5AFn H ,G giadmisionChrg to students for sajionWrUGa ran owe, diWsetctsoCtngpsalperonsat, ed111nterested.lYit l A M invited to rel. a Womens College ( d t)tand "Blithe pirt," and revered As Madam Arcat i in the F lorimimicry of present day celebratatia on RUFnre eegnized ith roadcaut Iw oulppnd atsothie bae lPort to Room 112, Language Hall, Phi Eta Sima eliibilit re. acted in Cpacity wh twooth' sat tickets ,fill be avatoriaknlapoercnacsb to he enedy da Players' forthcoming producties. She boasts scrapbooks full of the modern progress of radio mind listeners at this pit that m n m yrcnat. quirements are an academrate women as Dean of Women. ,,Aug. 18n Lbbnd eah aftr-tion, "Blithe Spiri, ararthhe ritlanc thr o r hercountr allMn xess st SUnday.a nyysonhnttdtwita "A"npsAynr" sAheotretxplun yhynust dutmtp mn to'nd mn S~~ encsaya RFi WithcIttonlylibeiheaIfdItt 1111M At 55 1148otf$151It. ____ Un11oIs tilbIts and eachld" 111t ordrtomitain it's high standset or pilot, and not on a regular Staff meeting in the office of halfCB'st or better, for theshe is lovingly known on many General drission for, non-stupart of siritei'',ther cormd"atusrom nentse s and on I stentr appeal. AM t." Florida College Ft am, Thursday or w .rofcompses, is a very charming and d will be 50 Cents.An this is another world to is civic concert series programs. The biggest improvement to 'With the addition of the n FM August 12, 1948 at 8 P. m l ymie stdtwh e lieork, etrestin erson 'Universitya cBoh-ho hssmstr srC n e n efoat isi be t adeiggt-steners p alsatonIteUnve121ofFlriaAyl estudet whs blitvess Iiswill fislihetll dfiteilsasst 11h, wh, this s ttestr, it reCL.-an 'd Prt It tbe adiit nf rsa nFMpatit ns ls t w UI ty 1111 br adhe is qualified is urged to report when they need help on housing turning to the academic world .Cs tingtPn r ctvisBis e itaviile.FWithhiShtis nst sstatins. Th eFM equpC-2 PROGRESS TEST wil be to Room 112, Language Hall. problems. from a successful dramatic caat lto-It1111 In t-rti n thought in mind, the Major made ment that has been iisaldi the give Thursda, Agut 12, at r efrthwar, bod eet6tcae itfao ityesentertaicndri -" --.I H,f-rite no less thas 5 tis oNw York Itte-y ltest,Western PEtect-it typs, Si:ts p. m.,, ini ISS UIsIty~ pt ecetO fce G totIsftlitng ~tlis ittl~lI ttU-t ~l t 1= l onressional circes. ler avorll tnd Washingto ins his lardInd its intallation and the progditorium.ansoutstanding place for herself relectiat m tIr~igteffortsto bring FM to r1ive steps being taken by in the field of st. dramaticswithptt-ti PriesintandMshitoselt.He WIRUF. WRUF indicate the progressive OfBo dGv n er original Personality portraits "Fsienird tsHe IN his efforts are being releadership that is building a bigC-51 PROGRESS TEST A, CobeinndCokplhintsndnhJulsaiportrals of many parded. Last week WRUF started ger and better Uiversity. given Thsdy, Augusti 12, at 7:00 andh nrssaticLpiet It hIlty IfdIttre ld t Fc hrdldlcsting, setlndg sep. n., i the Uniesity AuditMost Grievances Made Against Practicefor te. ilrl shduednt-or adsuum. B -u ensMiss Bsh did extUnive rads. aiing shows over the a-waves. -Of Overcharging, Decrease In Service r.W P w tk it Uthilglto, htilzther At ptsent",' stated IsjoltrxbinWsionotim s as Pol1, "wve r ope-ratng on a urigtetit a eidtnat aeargtt u naThirty pints of blood for the man easteee'r fi.ordramtI~c Porry"Itt1p11 ti esetand 1,C C-52 PROGRESS TEST will be ending July 25, 1948, twenty-five it Pg1n1 tir landlrdfo soldiers of Haganah, the Jewish ptsId she appealed on the ry licen~t-se llid1,000cliagisthrlndosfr 1tt. Inthe near future, 1w1.given Thursday, August 12, at 7:00 Tenant' CmpItswrreih tA yinsaadPletincfrttevsonracs mha p. m,., in the University Auditord by t Ats nttUftthet-izen11s, 1r aellestinia n m It dovtg hisitioalsit-ht. lpttt ltis p-.t t1 itI illlA t-Bt i-I ttttlllptpdph ~binwadllecd~te~d ilatcampusIV1skth,, ___ II CIWittttlg ~ t l ls, tlP .Itar, a Itt 'rlltllum. ilsnI-ItGIdirHitlPislitittstssi'Pdl t-ot tI -thell raense and .3,000 wa.tt et-up. u-i nsil, Area Rent Dire,ent overcharges paid by thmfr blood onor drive conducted by the ThAcm h aadMs When. this ~ituion ij.,a reality, tor, Ca oWitr, announced tothe housing accommodations, or HILel Foundation on Tuesday, Aug BKha, like many others in th jewllb able to give completely day. $50.00, whichever is greater, plus 3, it was ounced by fficil theatrical word, edicted her PF5 t-'veragtIe It-Its st-Its I Es 203 PROGRESS TEST t Thtse complaints 11re against attorneys fees ndI nsts. In cse this week. talents to the entertaining of those coast." be given Thursdy, August 12, at landlords for overcharging on where the tenants do notwant to Headed on campus by Jerry serving their country M the ArmA IT 400 ft. FM t-w' will a 8:30 p. no.,itheUTilversity Atrets,fordecreas isers, sue their ladrd, they may file Karpf and A Bresler, the drive for dForces. Forfa-periodof ists ti ltt i fillp lite rtion.c Th new FMroacdcas t-tblr volations of the Housing and we will attempt to obtain vol-. "There Is No Embargo On Blood." Army as a. Direct, of Entertag wll e aredfro a ew uileand Rent Act of 1947, -amndd.utay compliance with the Act A mobile blood donor unit from ment and she toured extensively g i) conjunction with these othThere will be a meeting of .a1l Dl tt tweny-fIve tlmplaits by tsI andlcrd inclIng 5 refund tt Jacksonvilll Blotd Bank sit Ihroughot he Utittl Stlt, construction feature students who plan to receive a handled twenty-mne of them were to the tenant of any overcharges, pervised the technical aspects of Canada, theWsIneth a Th' M station opoerates from dIegree at the end of the second mind to be in violation, and a toor apply to a court of proper juristhe blood donations. cific ara, ra, pa, n 9:0 .t. 'till ppreintItely term of the summer session at the ta of $475 wa collected from diction for orders and injections Dr. Matthew Drosdoff, Hilliel diFguryt-s pd 110 p. m., and the results of Florida Union Thursday, Aug. 12, landlords and refunded to tenants. enforcing compliance. 1etor, termed the te-dy m-in oductns ho"layFever" pj1Msp oet as nhedwtw at 5 p.m. Some other cases were closed by Anyone desiring further inforpaign "most successful"Eh don pr~ 'osndI many vaet Gitt-Iil tIrettItst Ilat 1Instructions for graduation axthe landlords registering the livnation on this program should or was treated by t eFoundationhl It-iB t Inth n t ait there s a real Mlsttner appeal, ercises and other topics of imporing units or oth-wise bringing contact the local Rent Office -to malted milk tshes and other w sstsi even in this early stage f thee tance to graduating students will themselves into compliance. ctedt 611 West Main Street, refreshments supplied by the founseveral tes with ar Spce Koine Major Uarnand -H el tbe discussed. Winter further pointed out that North. Telephone 2215 dation. Mrgurt Paso BWish Continued on Page FOI

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m e1W& 1t~ REVIEWS AND STUFF By Gerald Clarke 1W -ANTER 4dRe iimm/ f F As IXE Stan Fouraker Accepted Official newspap"r of the Uiest of Flid, Ginsv-Ul, Fla." BFAXLAY Published every Thursday morning drngthe --rsession,cep Se E BrELE r In Famous Acting School for holidays and eainaton periods WEAK-END NOTES. F.Foil Editor-in-Chief.PenGaine erts, the Gawho joreyed anForater,A friend of mine the Ih the tththehhadthe t Edanagin-Chdito. .'lle (or were already theromI~Jacksonville,back InscholiNg lpthmy ha r Managing Editor ..Elgin White By orFrolie, "dooed" o1l the o After. seCeter rs's ob he trkee Otr hime Business Manager. .Ted Wittner Elgin White 'oin' oad "doIn'Od all he seneend wiholetefterettng dae',s ptuptl mlude gdoe's" offered ilst weekehe,Atie t tallo It wase latstiO -Hep nc Chretn, s a eht rK EdtrBIrGator. Some "Gatorette"' oth ceere whenStandeided to pll Crfele, Ace Bxetr t Joyce u ner, ill icote, ny Cipmee. J1. Gheiiey, Hceroid iiet n, / reta both coiled "Tee Wiys eplsak dlevedhe ni e si-lv ny Othr, h N d ia'aehenei~ c ri aceier, ctei. w look socciec E iieei (dciii Noloh! Ahm otl t eepData" .a lI sAngnete K6-n1trW1etehedor.tee.-eyp.dthhed.d hhtthhtbtam prejudiced to-Iys y u iedwef a tI e job. pr., -Wiluiam Pe .,Nelre ---e. Jneie eler,,LynnWestwrds the South, ya understand, ISIGNery oF TH. TI ES:Hawheysn hnc dedd, t t e airing .,, at hnkO re iioce~eeeOiiieii~eiiiet~iieie~ei~celiic~ici~c'ciii teedcloletei~oSIGNdliOFl TOHON HE TMES Nei ytsurprieseede. ; lectte St re1.1 th H H d, eek. hht ioweeor g' to protect th. oethesorority galtplayingoey-I UptOethimehe noetdsuee d h o floerlof Southern womanhood, moIn che. odthe ethee hisdeprtuee,eoeocepeetfamilylhaechoneedeore I s t. k E. .C1-e1ti ein J n1 e ro.l e 5 I'thi n o hod hetton the oot -half playing Ol Old .Md St of having much interest in they think so, tt i Hdey; Ciculat 41. Aer.1e Joe OneysIT'i.P.5 A SMALL WORLD: From acting; although it was widely h1L rA n. C k ,the iIotute h.t he'tr ...definitions. 'See known ththeh eeninter Oh. No K1uxIan11 ge ton tquipedelian ...a foot and a half est i,Judy GAland. Ny -eA,Fi .It ifnthame therep inviga.Y long. That's the meaning of the land movie was seen repeatedly Wyoloeliht tr vdworld and also the sizedh ofit." Andlevery one of her new recorda nted Caps A own S Rights issue is passed on this can-me nnly 05 more d 0til oxams! ingc etw to hI c.letOns le Trte A Igt etdC hps tp s .iht wookl aocndansce Exao. ae whee yundt whichpiseodow one of the biggest bee was out gettTinthhisehpe At Ightoloarnn d seetheer or not you've booed in the country outside of Judy's beght do hch I e he er s dnthv ed hi p nIteG'rr nty nlltpp .anything besides heat, rainwater, ow.an.d grss and flow rs. etr fact that "grduatio isn't what it Shouldbe less it has aps In the first pla the Law tuSe See. Whee Wht ee e dd o t he he hppee e along with itc" dente would be compelled tomn-W Alht Coty he m -Foil, w tht t ohewea Stan it N phette .I ned 0l cit Ind a -ome. .h yaCounty.e mus F alwa eig th ced hy hei tatnly, to htmsece, "Ahpp -I htp t teardthatpsandowns are to be used in every other commenceeot eo wouthe eeet cju"t (00 hlch erom Hawthoeet.oteverethelfamiy eai thet pettnceanldettmy ment;tthationJune and September, but not in February and July. ei g; dheer o eo hoHaw n i Othat place OS l es estateI nd lumber busies. hee tt' whtI all. .'So conting the pe io eior' tldIthtswaIsaldo"SI, Sitee they ae both from out of the state and both have invited their' hoee to Mo high Pce etoobhlesE as Et oe Imesville where you0 g being forced ent o aountin itely entered the pettnt loamiiies dowOthetudent was worried about theopinion these Itookeep with the Stdet level aoege ter then factual y waeed oee ianytnyhi teed tot ,to iewilreeieosuh a large niversitypthat does not use caps And the girls would have to .eli oetetheod.nwhI thip etoe.eeto ewyb yave.h iseyor atedheteeetxar.thc.'hlt 4Conee the geodneews thee I'mthigeewao ctet wasty e Yt0 gowns atAllgrad utexess. we'd better not go into that, but 'anehaeedeckendiat tpe;Poehin 9wheoNioew e ie littheirhe.t Theater delved into the problem and came up with some answers, it would be a terrific ideahe p. Jol he e he Hen Ethel A le w, h e As prince in today's Gator. It seems that "pecedent" has kept tIhe I think thet i order to keep t hr.ite y eepin finp it h erman, and ette r Ish A w re brownd-w >oicy of havIng caps and gowns from keeping up with the times. eerythi g from gop ieee 'rom Its acy heeuoperitnthee ed, Aen ettyshis me t e t n te pii ninebl oieteppot to .pot 00i e teh pedi'ot3o1 edede elt AhTiO~e With erly 190 graduates the first term of summer school, the Comeeey ehiet, ote shnold organize aee gonno he the heeelcto.IFom thee til lest Ft be conthees elf, tMo-ot hv eee t proe. tas ted withot eapI ond gows. against this Civil Rights business. thought for a while that I d, e r_ 0 th o gy iou h. attedddehehexrceee reloop ehw eoophughopeolee tioeo, otte pettnia" And o Ielt e Il May hoatenedth eer Ise elzdhAofsn i ahw T organize( it is only logical that wouldn't be here long 'enough to piece of concelment, I think. 11una.A d eddinoeg disappoieid many of the graduates were, and what President Miller you need an organization. Well, -jyit but according to the So, without any particular blessThe beeasensin t e stated jokingly before handing out the diplomas-that be hoped the get out your old sheets,bathreobeetCATRYMLLTByMdrdi oEtnothe sfremthaoaaoitnitlweheof ets eoA -ctmot diplomas pt to the riht people. Thee.wastote ifeeeeoebetweoen oenot B. V .'s d 'ohtHATTERBY MLI yMildred INepi~d oardoEt hy eeel got other t loiae. feoeStO helf tp.eiheeelphtad et htcpt gaduooeod.pereophoe.thrppeestoeren e e have you, and join thebandwagon Ing to worry About. I'll peobly had been acceptedtfrom drmti tiON ead diseede to'hsta. grdutean apeso wo us hppnertedopby. Join the Kockeyed Klan! wear out two typewriters. and training by Madam Marau-prsthtes in acwsa r We hope that the Univerity's graduating classes ae enougheItpkeh= elcothe Kopeyed K0aL The htil peotet Tears y rlus heeeta one tOtpe 'eimy nod ektp b y tdost d Mo res "Oitehttorie Ot.0 these days to warrant a irst-classcommencement program-dnith ipour mpuesY itittio. The Ke'ocktp edwtit. ns w Spo c-oteiitie~~~~~~~~~~~~~eeour lyi ittueteens.Theliee ceeaKock-epetdc ecoo deipihe pteolb"h0t teh,'o to Ifteedwith litild. Aido eee of the editp date oot eee tt I'lpw i eyed Klan wil p ot Ae l According to the Gte Radio eaches lnthe world. Madaee, i though. I'll Sting her ive-l-t TheOurcahepedo Ability-La est Fashion inuramusTe.As wsA ability -s F s n Poll, WRUF's position on the pop. Stan invariably refers to her, reover theee -thatt'TO I'll .t ieethbsetct e eboe.tThyeockeyydy lb arifront 105 t thatO. eee.dheretramin ithefe d I'll stinghe liver --there's 01 Nooph. StudRootv'tthe ORoll'. ..01toMocew At Thetee with teo~ehottt.HOe Congrats To Student Gov't. Ka wl tirc, I e.vert'seRyhon ee cethee1 Oabhnece thing. Thtii e'ei manyoe ofsiees Rough.eBu tee ploll. .G 0f 0nl tocw he lolpetrwito the udetPhioo. Ha, Htheptei \'ere. 'atis 'ma crdonEvery time you turn yor head cm tagtfo le ite.18 suet-cno e -getSanislavski and appeared IHoweve, first, I oust ga The Student Government should be congratulated on the sucessof eItptecttroecheAO you see another the new You' l love to lengthen yourskirtssidered itooindi attve.ng hei ec Cetk1oraylhe oductioeo tr-egth. I must give e, ae Summer Frolics, although the finance end of the week-end was not up eGs whet o ees Civil Rights socepy skirts, or a petticoats r te .1 butwont w ttt to tkdroopy. ou ore a ige isteingpat tie-cee nedhorT y ohe i tah s ee bigsting. I sting the ery to pee. wllibring! All fraternity men wiil l reeamycsweetee, o ewy to Touli adlre feiiskitoonderf. ...iaed p o udets. 00U seit methoritydo tngthet c t dtickes ou tthstenold Despite the poor turn-out of students at the Saturday afternoon have to ct like brothers to one le o -tue.nAd ler epstoerm et 0 1e ntt ehtiapsier d. b y et to the nd shoF oe hhs nt tot"apth e et towhich 0 s mpopriet .y t sa Comet, the todcese rce. cel-tteNded And te Iliied. anothe. All toeoity gplesc will oeceihlheS afteeeatothee! Bt neet be loe e peeiod dlli. Tourehsompeteite one etnd hold 01 hich i eel to "ce," Nt to Iocrtetodacswr latew.nded andwll-kd. ane or.a swreetthngis b t with clothes as expensive as they jackets will be short and should be coming Out with some better "react. Stan, who has been Idho n dy." e eay Iwnandnp It cid it teo yke cond tt was a pity that s n he cteni t petgtote t e oyter behind her c k. The are today .e ..And fashions changfit well. Small round collars, high programs. Their new FM angle givensix mot hs eho .Nde, "e tte e cepshmen no desie to e ihten the ca puty th ativieas oe th girls At the ADPi house will hate Ig so swiftly from day to day r. ..eound necklines, trim shouldersC m help hot. 0gee e r e adt the mh ~ toter d cm ppeot eiee loeo ighaeny ha m to learn to brachiate like Jayni we turn back to our closets for a and touches of whitb piqu give Congro tulationsl to EugenDo sc peg el. eprts tatsheI s I ,iot N g upelooke f or he sprt, or egler. Journalistic circles would last look fpr clothes that will take you the neat look. It's easy and And staff t e dFleienollegeieef gollrei er ca h th p nop te Hlooted r teaod ntt Many students, ctnotetjocelleZlIAeetetheyceeteeheus haettioaccept MotyC.Feeedo feeelet"oleogee notteeyeor totdletef eFarmer.They'vemdSetene doOivIas'eto, ttuperosio n gtone finding fault with the program and with the fact that no life is around. man's expondings. (IThat would skirt." Your favorite dress or suit new clothes.escad'oteleehgng and get r spee oe tthd t hi hpetiieo ereio e. You get out of campus activities.whatyou put into hem, and it takes be the limit) .feom last year can be just as popu to know how to buy a few. Plan lee dhetoeeitei oa n other taffl la et ao ie 't el n ber ee only the originality, inittitve, and plans of a few students and the Major Powell, over at WRUF ber this season. Hem trouble Isn't colors that go together. Learn the ano edithe segho peoil n l hode. cat he, "I not itected in ey -0 RE potepteoo tty 01thee. to bnew ife t o e0the camps. would hae.to coop 'Ald LooyngihGpHtitc t oopelloyotpbth ifeeebtceepcitlce Fee the cteohht dope eoonhtthOiegp peedo eepinhPyourel $00-EWR participation of manyf n so impossible as you may think difference between a passing fancy to t $het toe.o SyeG with Guy Hamiltonat There are at least three points and a trhee love ...and you'll Ntee Wheneefreso ttheOsen-----W GG, And Lamarr Winegeart in a skirt where lengthmay be hae two pretty important Secrets read last wek Ban r Wy hen heir.ct hego uder or the Fining of TryBo an GitSo wold hove to let eeeeverbody k odded .00itthe witliote ...a ottYoo eetty itopoeoetl. eeeet -holbwti chess i Frtenidigo Gu0t0"a.he. dtsao r teeN ill. ~the tame America.Ropeto y Furnished Apartment Terry Book and Gift Shop ost het he doe od the hemline or in the middle There' o n.tt moee-up story 1 Theatr," an will ve Yaes sreadily0 O see hatCivil of the skirt as An insertion or a beautifully short and sweet .ne months toe of trei goeS thee Apeepiabee tilt', by e.0 L t s B kRight. te Id empetey dsrupt tier There are oil sorts of ways li del' Cosmetics ..any skin'. he will be on is own; a t ough Yong Mrried Couple. ourcaps if. wl be Keeb'/IU ___ eyeS 0100 a li l ep nll t K -ofdoing it. Try a knitted yoke on ehoipe of powder base .cke No Childen Rental L ibra ry e youiKan osi ton lltohel.p a twd .three grdaed ribcream cke, liquid cream eac$ Artoh i M st It ep &AS awo-jre desinfv fn hae 50pu prnkler System; 200 P~e27ACROSS FROM FLORIDA THEATE this euse? Do you want to p 0 b eated .e dessinfettiethttothS e. .eSprke Ss; 2 Retca pus coedstos tyou elp boo teed. ott o -e eec .1.some eprice.-t ieAzaleas Being 'Planted' So. Thee Join the oceyeS K"A 0 t' or stin tier he Awool er ceepe t .et compeed ptwder Nin ts R Twob hundred azalea plants Warren Blanks The Klan is the Klan that Oan. dress. To give added fullness to I Powder Plus compact.Tis handandeetideshrb y eg Fight for youe rights! Fight for SKiet, pet plated p0dts the somte ob ...silery 00 one ide Toter U eity Radi Otatioo pled lbee heb ae heg Rent A Car-Rent A Truck-Rent A Trailer youeIete eto sams ...ake the. of rutit ...ile on the otee s ...hoses' WOrUF is eot 0 FM. FM iOtnt Amecrils ond a wler srinler Reasonable aThis organization is heartily enaffet in a matching color. or a really businessikIe more 9d the oir fe ..k oioek in the m.rn steSa ls bing iesled. Rs Rfsdsed by leodlep immine t pee cottieg olor m matcm ditto puff. Plug for compressed ing to 11 o'clock at ight. Intteed This movement is in keeping sos, who, for fear of recognition, fabric. Scallop the botto of yoe powder: nt drifting o eer bag lin1 of one University Radio Sttin, with the University'scaipso ldnotwant theiraeot e printed favorite printdeis ..d. dd h' ings ...no refueling each -heeyou really have the equivalent o eetifieatiocprogeam. here. But I can say that they are monizmg border. Do the came to end! The Models' Cosmetics fountwoe station, chiph otens twce ___ -Last t tge eBld nd otte 01 thee. Is sOme the seeeso. it owil lek like tain lip brush icanothert cmart the variety of listening entetiThursday night at 7:45 "Mogie Las V owERE MEANT sortLR M O C official around eheee. new! trik.onet lipstick filler in meant. Melodies,"opoPegam of eemiDay OR ME" -the barrel .turn urtil color Cs, WRUF-FM, the Chiago Ilasical planousic Is presented U-DRIVE-IT SERVICE Mintes Of The Executive Council cltdes through the sable brush '"Theater of'the Air" A be heard by Opal Klauspereyer. Students. Gainesville.Fla.Eeand go into lipotit every Sunday night from eight aerequestedKtocliime ditey "WEC eFcTH There's never been a seson utt ie 'clock. anter this program to make theie sEeuo"A ri Jack Clark, Seeetayf SSCienAil r g-eeeerepotenthe Flics then etsmetle ecieecs.were moe "TheEditorespea,"anewtu quests. neLD irTtERASt Phone 2317 .1212 W. Univ. Ave. weheeed ctatiY that o tto1 $dt.nt aS otocmire cA 10r tieketc Nd flmiie. A coet' tee, Pepy Sagecs deet peogeram aield Meay eight Foe peur faoeite ieed 01 eecrd MAt." -___that eopee.s totaled $105.30, making a total less of $ii 8lM. Manicure Polish lle ..mildly for tie first time, can neow e heard IS how, listen Monday through at-Me. tote moed to eept the. report. The motontt wasc selcoded cod ...Sheee ...is exactly tht. eveeyt Mod, Wednesday c id Frioyto"You Name It." This Mrp o v mv to cpTTee'emtoes color in it, certainly, but day At 6: .Allgator Editor Pen music all telephone request pro"tIDA BE GO0 Me. Martin repote de had investigated the possibility of placing ic a transparent, pka bChiffony Gaine. i in charge. grae ecateedfreo e t33 to Upo t n. e t o o THIS WEEK ONLY atotee coier in the Florida Union, and Stated that Bill Riconytin yso that it jut veili the ail, Turning to the utsicpl ide O1 Stolptlytlephoing peyourrequest s A s director of Florida Union, had informed him that a compreeon'e itti te tl te tips nd moons inathat Radio sliten eeryS at d y might Fpor"lp0 Nt S -pt.on diao fr hec ~ddo~hieACd oedhic. Fee n As e AooottcaSleecooe" lerotFee "Ooopto Nows otod Re _______ To All New Customers existing fountains was uner orderghviewslistenevery Monday ight erseidar oteicadsteeodrtoedee. fnnecreit n henefope o pqe poiheand it omidight until to iee e on -1',tO"iee Ide.Mtd45egh Meraiteemedetheeepeetsofltheinrolcweeoenmtteed requs' doesn't e-e to clash with any ing) You can always dependao at05t45._ tionscpertainingtoth expesoeprovedeccoloreepI pel. .pometip ...or w5rdBob Pool of "Pool's Paradice fame WGGGdvitei alliUniversity stu"Tn HENAORE Tes President WeeA etitated that due to adverse conditions the Strhe 10r Ioeoolidheurenfperet tesddentscto 00me out an dee their e c oon T isCouponGood For e ce ooon Gvrnment Picnic will not be held next week Andpeuggested FriJoann Deen, member of Alpha cal entetenteeydeyleh lote ows pyle. day, August 20, as a tentative date for this event. Omicro Pi and the Executi O230 o 3:30 p.m. Variety Music Counilw01 bsypsellingp ticket Parade 115tltoto 15ad Mdenehttoej One Week Free Diaper Service EX HAN E Tobo "" o"o th""a" pltet pi" tiee""pe.c ecimieee scc focep coeo d TH c EX CHAOP IPOST'Oh;sltetgwhtehistrecepe. peented eachdy'.NO DEPOSIT etty Biakemore wels o pretty For students he Appreite and land waterproof watches. Prompt Cannibal tok his baby ptothe InAnoEnglish political rtio: kelly-greenetunicdes, thecstyle lejyClassicalemusip,"Hoee lb Servee. NAME witch doctor "Doc," he Said, "I "I was born an Englshman, I of which is destined to be inreasthe Mte be heard every don'tknowh_ hot'e the atteewith hae led an Englishmn, and ingly popular with the celge set. monag at 9.30, cOd n WRUF50e--.0 1.50 e. Hewo'tetop nyd" Ihope I halldie An Englishman." Doris Manuel is charming in a wo-F, "Mos 0 that Lives," 2:15 tott AFDDRmESS * Fre the back of the hall in an piece lavender cotton and her hair t:15 everypafteeneen. ADESA hiccough is a message from unmistakable acent, came the tied back wihalrebw hTmeein WGGG fravreyo g ggjg un departedSpirits. question. ti d e y lege oo. Beth live p WOgrams Each Teday AolesJew elders Moo, hoee n0oehetioo Dorts ond Betty ecli e eee in WOG peenolti MocoieeRoe e s .Ucoeety Ae AD HOECBSItt ROCK ABYE DIAPER SERVICE Pedro: Si, he *eea great man. h n b eetioi BlITe SPIrIT.popWGt G plarsTis soate e5 etn 4&W.tnIeersy "CALN 621 WEST COURT STREET : PHONE 2180 Just as great as ee other two Little Joanne had been a Irathe Other fashion indications for fall program __fpan_us_. On every__KENTTAYL great Americans. naughty girl nearly all dy. When are the dropped shoulder linoe. ..aTE CRIMSON OEY" Pancho: What other two do you heetother was putting phe uitle dropped-eback-waistiie ..andman, Pedro ? girl to bed he ptiently remind back interest in all things froi Pedro:I mIean Senor George ed bee of her nightyprayer. Skirts to nehlines ..the latter Fresh Flowers ridy & Saturda_ Washington and Seor Tom Coland Joanne," she continued, "ask often giViog the effect of a dressAPcd lis. God to make youn egood girl toorneba re ROY ROERS Pfle:'Aren't you engaged to SuJoanne looked inquiringly up At NSant?" her mother and then asked brighlCHARLIE CHAN Sgt. "Not any longer" ly," Why? What' e fo tomoeis rik some of the" Chia Pe"That'semyt ol yOt. r." tong pu sold in it.' .Cut Flowers Arrangernents-Corsages Never could see what you saw in* WeddIng and Funeral Flowers Moda her. She's fat, dumb and homely. Sgt. 'So you met your wife at Grandpa: "I miss the oldecuypi-&S Moddy Howod you geot out of the engagea dane. That was romntie." dor since it's gone." FIMMIE OTEWAt Sgt.: "We were married last Pfc.: "Hardly, IGthmoght she tes 0rada: "You always did. POSTELL, F_____ALN__ thm Otking care of the kids." T o echy it s Le. Wen deeitod Ge Oe hardly wait till 0odee 605 W Main St., S. Telephone 2730 I EXCESS TOE-N DYNAMIC UNBALANCE STATIC UNBALANCE dWe understand Anndertake M Child: "Mother, Why don't yOu phlt TON Obeleeeis frenvtabie gee neral _605W.MainSt.,.Telephone2730 Tuesday lies introced the .lay-nop evee ,ee pictures of angels with Sogan-"nd eeere, whenF RAY MILLAN PIan. ...long whisker?" p spelled backward red. Is rdore "LOT Re S** Mother: "Well, my child, maybe THE BIG COK LADY: "Dotr, is it true that it's because en oly get to heaven s ttwlleping Outdoeill cure isom-b S hy o oe chove." tDefiton Ioittiution OhEALI t Dt 0 ?'*whiahnlel.wo-m-ntoarrveF DOCTOR: "Perfectly true. But Soldier: "Why didn' yeo on ieitatiy at an infallible and iraTUD.ENT TICE lepingiindoors will do the same swer my letter?" reeoeable decision without the oRATUdRDAldON thdg.' ooec ii otSh het "I did' gtitodh lctee501 1 hdepoidO Sorrento ReTsRDaurNanit tget it, and bees6n,JudgnRt or ditcuaio."ra M. The ardesttumble. man c n 4_ l Oake c to fall over his own bluff. SPAGHETTI WITH MEAT SAUCE Wife (aboard train vacation eieoeSPAGHETTI WITH MUSHROOM SAUCE* TODA TeHill coTR WORM-LOOSE PARTS UNDER INFLATION EXESS CAMBER ooo t o Ot 0FOR TfHE BEST"VEAL SCALLOPINI Husband: Don't re, it's nl CHICKEN CACCIATORE EST RIANS right nothing can burn very long ETRfl o Bear Wheel Balancing Iforgot to turn off the water in Come and Visit Us RAVIOLI PETER LAWyR EIpertlyDegethe bath t eb."e oteUtANe fopeCei D.bh"Located on Boundary and Motor Tuneup Fyr yl iAlabama Streets For Sale and Laundry Needs -rR Ceb, Ignition(and I93Frleu i a dGo I mile north on 9th Street to ALABAMA; NIONDA Br Stde D turn right to traffic light on corner of BOUNDrake Work COUPE CONV. Student Drvers AY e XELET IARYI ii Oie EXCELLENT* Clarence W. DanielO FORD KEYES OPEN VHRM 5 P. M. IN) MIDNiGHtr to Running Eddie Hill AT SORRENTO thoc ottbl andS tcnt tli-nIrt of mkig *. I~~in Aie otst o tlclyoioee to iET 0 Condition fin s ii -srclyadicto". "To hl m "g, "a ""","a-, Teaco Deaer William McCowan peecttion there the bl0di1g of its mny pls ,t akea from 6 U, 8 hor of cooking. At 10 a. .daly u y i efur Priced To S.1 bItalian chef begings toomke the-rouI sA and at p NeitibehoY.a.00";"'"nIe i"-& a-tronoic treat exceeding your vildst Neibhborhood $350.00 -tti t~telttdnis Ot.I t 168111 D Service Station Syut D wn.alaceqEuyTe ins a n vruicnaeest, quiet Itopher. Gainsvile24an4r 14 N. Ninth oe44WDRY CLEANING 129 Wects" I720 W. University Ave, Phone 48 SORRENTO

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CHALK TALK SPORT No-Hif, No-Run Game By Trace Montgomery BEAMS; Th.s. Rucls n-smt he, something. Noticed In article in the By Harold McMullen R ~ r e n W e SP a re per t h, the, day Iwhere the Soits leim .new world record in 1R c r e n W e sP a be d cul throw n-w held by Bob itc, former Viking from MinceTRUE1 SPORTSMEN? ?sota. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~t~ ; evdtepatrsm 8-et rmndu os n aigoto yoddr i-Sports results in Intramural, away while his wife was having* "Iw som q from Vadiostok adds anrothr five-fet to the recdown during Tedyatronsplay this wek indicated a no-it,| a baby, ad Zimmerman was in ord (1-1,nV Stalin's own-vei'on Of the himingmlodust I spotted two fellows Io-run game was pitched by Gene charge of Springfield's other two It', a saethere is't bull thr.wing co-rtt n.rudedl' vi. h th p aying a ftme'rff andballyin Zimmermian fthe Wesley FomIboys. Teribl woldwinit oin aay.Thee Rds(an I on en achi g h foate q ydLion gainst the Terrell Club.of Complete results in Intramural -icnnt) sto ITn 'Tatin Springfield, Mnister of1pay are: +t Ciainti), -I returned to my usa atrnon Wesley Fondauon and regular1 Wesley Foundtion 4; Terrell 17 SenseItn. This fall, such fotbll m.Itdnas Notre Dal,, task (sleeping. I fwhor later is aea o h em a lb0 -ihanTe and Glergia Tech will be mad o IklkeGama loud radio (my own) rousedime br C ub 8. PKA 5, Allo -1 n. osowConservtory following heavy subsidization fr.n my sound slep. It a still ATO2; igm Ch 1. T il mepwih th. al-ie, l-en A cmbintin Michigan riug While raising the window A* Pi Lms won by fofet fromtrckry Ntr' am pwe, inestahetan peny f dddto let I little air into the old tomb SP. Ieopwreogh t rs p -eventhe heartiest of detensie t-Is" kd u owrstheyhndwerTesay ticins.couts nd oun tht tey ereBobas won by forfeit from T"" Ri Rd "illonIllth~ gi .grullng ner Istill at it. I guess. that the Frolics ShowsG reat the Saint nh e Rdwl mrhthog gulngtetevengam-' w,,k-ed 'as pretty rough O,.Ybor Cub 3, Thee Chi 2,,++ shedul, roling up anupecedented total of two-thosn ontsm o h s (ldgrso)TrrlCubv.tehrkad whi1, holding the finest tamo n the Russian sector sacrle. and THERE MUST Ea A re S SKAs.Aodews postponed~ with net more than threc first down. IHre's an oldie told -n Notre -ease of irain Scresmn edieinrdo ore i eelt h Orl f Dame's immortal Knte Rock;,,. Passenger Trave Make In the Handball finals for the the hereWnre n.-heard of giio exploits. Igor Gromykcrn, theTh sory goesthlt non morth Summer Championship, StanleyI daunes e_ back who raeed to fifty-.ix TD' in sity inut e f -k a engagd in a 1rindy l P e Cent Jump Oer Turrango defeated B. Kibler. Ictual pMe, during ihe season. and of Mike Stalingrad whos e bOmng game Of sandlot basbl n -V -~ th oaya .m.s teda 8-rdquick kicks frm beind hismen iron-curtin were marveds of vacant in neT to a Church. Inside:fer tyun ament. Alhubans power Ind diplomay. the Church, the minister, in a FoPr the fouth cnseclutivenrs ,Ihs d The snllrs first Itrlog 11-1 w.1 do.,,wa wso. wen ftr iea, aing display of rhetorical oramonth, FloridaAirways Inc., has ad wves are invited to eter. an Ih Mn eimMy hn11140,lot thtnuh ndsit, ry, exon cmed to his listeners, shown a more than 100 percent img te ili heimM relant.,124-0 ]Ilg41111 touc andgv ,p hw are we going to gt to i ncr ea s c o er corresponding first down in the (-losing moments of play. It was file closest ting Hae?"A his same ,Insan O nths. last year in te number + to In ops I during the semon. Mathein residents rejoiced for day the ecite Rodkne shouted to s. of passengers carried onthloa* + + ovr usias uml htobt the. found that the r.of hd fallen Jr. fell.,, teammate, "Slide damn you, sevice airli ne nceases werea-A+ The Couirt hId'teted fileplay ol grounds that the head ]Ine-sld!" omdei alohe kasso Iran tournd ott llIbe' Frenihan and had fie odtc h po USTICE PREV'AIS etrffic activity wvith exception of Chc n rsrCu od oum lae hlm.Inuddmnghseatdngr Lf sition olfanleAdeto 'se4ecmettheOympixpress which was slightly lower to ight,-Robrt Stripling,I .ly advisr; Coke an, Principal from Jacksonville; Paul peter, The asewoul btpresnre basreMheeUti.ngr Pnrdncipanlnd eromtemGwaingtsvhirlled;astmantlehn duingJulyr197. PincPresrimGdint!i e;C.ar.s ainwigh, PrsPdin!c.ipaDlv rroncpa rframOrlndo hSoies skd 1thPreset esbe edfor this I. ecnseraon I ed als avfter a.1ll, ltg h tt Accordig to Oscar Bergstrom, Marvin Rooks, Principal from Prt St. Joe; and Or ville Barr, Principal from Orlando. ArondIthef rst 11teyer a bid ws received here in the states o ntefr fmvn i-$aager n0 der spa tdn SItn ofr the groffia nth aint et h i e ort em iudc inheBa~cialsEpreenger revenue miles for July agWil Be Allowed To EXAMPLE: JOH N BROWN The Ibida stated Unit it 1wold be asking to much far u to face any had passed the baton t ea-grgated 129,325, a 108 per cent Wrk InLboratories eg2aJF I'l ,h three top lesims. t te am increase Over the 62,073 total for O The bid had to be rejected. There would be no "Depair Bowl" on requiredorez0n ric t change zoetesaemnt nI97 The regular meeting of the UniB Allig ator Editors Asset N-w Years Day. Senatorial investigations from Washington disclosed The Yank team, pacd by the Mail pounds for the past month v eity of Florida industrial ArtsHa Be s y the fact that the Woma Discus thrower had been shifted from tackle flashing spikes of Harrison ilamounted to 12,408 or 88 percent Setwscaedt drat73 to the tailback lot nd no Pass defense (not even Wally Butts') could lard and Mel Pato, won the rehigher than for the same period Monday night, Aug. 9, at the PKY To .f F S ude t od :ope~ ~ ~ wihawmnwoOudtrw ilun ht a Ay easily only to have the oflast year. Mail Pnd miles flown Sol, by charls Wainwright, A p a e o edwyth a w llnho idn'throwil di.aliy theatn Eear'salso increased from 702,960 ap-eien.Afteritrdtinf In the past as in the present, the Debate-Squad. He was a emtody. venmeniontheCleveland Indiasalleged bOne. New Amrican ear ago to 1,295,436 for July, :members and guest, a letter wsr C?3SS~ i n theadptusf ha s ghornwhil ie ithis acrsity qodradthr Loa.Olympic mentor Dean Irmwl's 948 .read from Dr. Walter R. Williams Between The Lawyer, napuhsswnhmeftcptdnth atvyfrtre -roes hs ee jstfid nd Express pounds decreased sxt r .Hoe ie chairman -. be outstanding in practically years. prtest ]eahbeen tfe abepeenwhlerspund mixestofDrthe.ompteeosistan i ccounantStresse evry phase of amps activities. John, an active member of officially credited wih the win decreased four percent from last requesting that student assitats Lord 1B slt.Ee Iebeineplicdin, therasbenlsoBeterThetedPinFrSterntyGwaGreat Britain drops bllk to seaJuly's totals. The number of ebe provided to help out in te I-1Sere, r t atAxcunt-vabesido bigatboanhed now-berea nte romste rln mtudeGrV ance At The Nig htingale. end place, and Italy to.,third press pound mls lwn ,m11the dustrialArts Laboratories. a 'pssrit ee nt ableeto brung hi b rndkow-hshprne.FrhiEarygmamJohEvery oneaseesinshappy now. last 31-day period was 448878. A Oion was made and cearried tlk to thme F edprM.ntinsotled lg tober iupomi oi thdshpayndhiEttandingmaiJity MAYV~I U1i BEt BANNEDesgnd I Dlt Tet, hiL pansion and improvement of in scholarship, maintaining a .0 ganiation. Pte Perryman wa raterty on Tuesday evening, Uversity publication a It has been average throughout his college A "gentlemen's agreement" has made chairman of a committee t Aug. 3 at the Primrose Grill. The shown later that thee men hve career and later aaining the been ITrposed to the International H ol d Organ ization design and procure a key. On this Ibject of Mr. Beasley's talk gone on I pot-cOllge life to greteroo, of being elected Big R found and Square Dance I Amatur Basketball Federtion committee were Charles King and -Wo "The Practical Association prove themselves both capable to membership in Phi Beta Kappa. Eve Studa Nie :0 Tll that lmi basketball players Frak Leis. Harry Kolitz anbetwen Lawyer and Accountant" and worthy of the positins enClimaxi ng his college work, John Eey Study N :0Tl be Itunited in bright to 6 It 4 3-4M eeting T ursday nced that the Florida IndutI"Thea field in which the lawyer trustd t, the. was" in placed on the rolls of Florida inches. Federation vice-president The new "Greater Miami Club" al Arts Association will hold a n ccountant is brought cloet Examplifyingthabvan Blue Key men. Decio Suri Of Italy claims that will hld .pre-organizational banquet at the Prnroe Grill Atogether is that of axation,' eo temr rcrtE itorsUpngdutnJh spt P G O PE N ING N IT E A UG. 14th. the results will be smoother meeting, tonight, Thursday, t gust 18th. All graduate and unsaid Bea ley, "and the many of the Alligator was John Cot several years in Government servganes "for the good of basket7:30 in the FOida Union, ndrgdae i n h il fI-ise hc rs rmatx tio nBro .while on campus ie. Thn d-rg the war, he was EVRO EIVTD-bal.' Such action would eliminate Room 209. All Miami tudents dusrial Arts are invited to attend. problem can be divided into quesJohn, was ative in th-r stuactive in the Office of War InEVERONE NVITD luch stars as Bob Kurland, Oklaare urged to attend. Resrvations may be made with tions for lawyers and questions Clec pIninau s, ervAg .s formtio, also wokig in various Mi Ot G ||0 altk H hold Aggi ac8, who is seven Tll new clu,1 wic follows Kolitz. Clare Joly was appointed for accountants.'' Editor of the Orange Peel, adother departments including that 5 Mles Outo ainesvilleOn Pa a ighway feet all. the patern and piies of similar historian Beasley pointed out that there visor on the "F'' Book, and as of the State Department .After SHORTILS. existing organizations is designed -A panel discussion on "Teaching is at present a committee apa member an the Student his discharge from the Armed I hear that a certain R.O.T.C. to uniy the students and alumni Industrial Arts in the Public pointed by Robert Pous, PresiBoard of Publications. Not only Services, he entered the UniverM usic By The 5 Rhythm Boys Officer cOuld be talked into a of the Greater Miami Area and Schools' was led by G W. Neudeti of the State Bar Association, was. John C. Brown active in sity of Chicago, where he is today, pat on the back for insigating also to present an organized sobier of the College of Education working with a committee &pcampus publications, but he working on a Master's degree in the return of John Natyshak to cial program. The social progam staff. On the panel were H. H. p ointed by the State Accountant's worked during his, summers on history. ld IF.U.will include a "Fater-son-daughKolitz fJaks,,,, ChsialsAsatn to foter, nd consevera state newspapers. HP, Thus it is the purpose of this Seems as though Andy Guter-alumni" banquet for students Payne, of Or land, T. C. Swif tinue the now harmonious rewas Editor of the Miami Post in article as well as future articles afsm, has deed secret pracand. alumni during the ThanksRichmond Hill, Ga., and L. D. lationship between the two prothe summers of 1939 and 19401 in this series, to show in a brief tices for the University of Miami giving holidays and a big ChirstBerry of Daveport. After the fessions and was campus correspondent sketch the influence and exThe 198 aitin Of "Illustrted holidays. g for a name for the organizathink, he, accontants are not Miami Daily News. trs in bringing about the suc71 ~~~Football -Annual" magazine comA few of the outstanding stuItion were announced. The results tying LO nfringe ,n he I ega1I l cecod atrnlytopu blicaions cessful advance of the Alligator ens TeGtosaesil r-d tAfo imwh r ak werethe Irmal title of "The Uniquestions in the feld of taxation;" _as his acielEito r's wrk on though the years of its growth ing toari, but the landing ing the progress of the orgaia versiy of Forida Industrial Arts sid Bea-ley, "bt taxation ha seems a few yearsaway." ih include: Quntin Log,77Toni Society" and nickname of "H.,-!bcome suh a broad nd cmO-rOEKO X --0 Hmmmmmmo .n .....arkdlull, Jayne Zeigler ,Ed Admr and Tng" t, signify .he plicated field that it is necessary FO Y URTPW IE NED 9 -----k~~~~~1 ins, Marwin Cassel and Sand ie il cvrdby this oganfor the I.ayer nd .ccoutat toFRY URTPW TE ED k s L nc D nn r L Freed. ofza .tio.The next .,tig wl be wv.,k hand in han d in order to 'P --kf s .,L n .D n e ew s p o nted, Billy Mathew, Director o eld A2u.,2 Ya t :3 .slve the any problems arising. 1 0 E .S VI E. NT S Aumn Affairs and FrankWright, OpnOnS'dyTo Educational Presidet of the GreaterilMiamui STANDARD OR PORTABLE OpenOn SndayAlumni Association have ldged 'Post I German y full .up't to thl. club. M ost Of U. S. Represented MACH INES Seafood A 'lontitution1 oud i eCAL Hal G. Lewis, profesor of eda t bear rh"In Faculty At University dai ha s en pivters eucton luding the policies ad purse The, old adage about "Florida Maine (1) in Dean T. M. Simpson PA RK ER OF FICE MACH IN E Co. 1 SteaksChops specialist in secondary education Of the Club. At the first metig SndInTer Shoes" may hold of the Graduate school; Califor-0 With the U. .ArmyofOuptn in the fall, this condition Sad1.2t will true for 1 nopUiversty of FloIia (1) in tnyWs, director (Underwood Agency)0 nGrmnffiasof the Uibebogtu o ppraida administrative heads. Of libra-ie ; I111s1 3)i Da Sandwiches -Short Orders vrsity's College of duca-tion Aet least a ceck of the personnel B. C. Riley of the General Exten71W.U vrsyAv.P ne95 Sa d icnnoSot res .uncd today. relerNa edrds and native states of the 24 sion Division ; Director William ||o 'O:' -G|1 ------E|I" He willl Iea.e.for Gemany (three.,r from Flrida) wud Arnett, of the ShO=1 of Arishorty and will wrkthereA undi mer seemre to indicatethat "thy had tctulre and Allied Arts, and DieH omema de P ies a Spec ialIty the direction of Dr. homas lex lord ndin1 their shoes," --, tr Alva Beecher, of the Division of aunde, formerly ofTa her's Color if nothing else, that students Music. lg, Columbia Un ierity. Lewis aio ahod ere have .cosmopolitan gr.p Pens.ylvania (3) in Diretor P. 24 P O E4 707 W .Un Y. Ave. P one 1572 eadqg adute of in vers t "'Dr. J. Hillis Miller president of1 of administrators to direct theirA.Ft, fhechoofPam 707 W .niv. A e. Pho e1572 A notateof the University of nvriyO .Florida, was affairs while on the campus. acy, Dean of the University H. Florida where lie was leLctd to -~ .ChAndler aInd Regitrr R & FOR membership in Phi Beta Kapa, namd with four other clle A check of the geographic disJhs' n nin 2 nDa honray scholastic fraternit, presidents as spnsr o hetrbtn fheatvstesfRahP thCl fA Lewi received a master's degree Foundtrinh ter Integrated AEdunshat athU i Saslyer nd Scienu-, and Vice Preidert RA DIO DISPATCHE D in eduik rmandd hasrcop e .1 in, Gordon B. Halstead, Amn~rsented, along with two "foreignJhn S. Allen; Maryland (M)!in CoubaUivriywith he existaiveDirector of the Fudars" in Proostfor AgiculturcEieeingoseh1Wein D teaCnlgofj action of his thesis' tion hs anouncd. 1 Dr. H. Harold Hunme, fr.Ontario.Enierg;Iw()mDeno EW IS e ansel In 194 he directed t AeH lsAso joining the present lit Of Cnd, aD PhsiaiEduat(n2t)e ennPe rsdetJ. Hi-T R E U M C b orough County Workhop far ducationa1 leaders backing the CollegeDen D. K. Stanley, from sMierndDnHnyA.Fn acers said to be the largest oundation ar Dr. Herbert Sp-en. EnggeClaland.ortou Srvc ever held in Florida. lie was forrcr, president, Bucnell UniverThe deans claim state naIll.t), fhe of eL\-7 Ohio (1-)ure~S eric two years an associte in the Bursity; Dr. J. S. 13i le-, president, itrlly from "Maine to Calinfeomnfaie Bay comes eauofEduatonaf RsarhI tC, Colrg; D. Keneth -.na," the Estern Seaboard, the-IKetu ky (1) in Dean Walter J &Onddhw the University ,fFlorida and Brown, president, Denison TUnllerMiddle -Atlantic States, the Mid-. heryminstrteio;egandfMs .prior as a teacher Ind assistant gity; Ind Dr. J. Gillse Edmonds,wstndteSu.nssAmsrti;anMss-' rin-po .n -uth Floid prsidnt JtnhBeSosnUt-. ,,sippi (3) in Dean W. W. Little o pricipl inaysttem. ridpesiet. onB SesnU Three Of the 24 are "native sons the University College, Col. George -~~~~~~~~The Foundation was establishedinHG.Cytdretrfth Price, ROTC Commanding Officer in he ary fll f 947byeduc -Agricultural Experiment Station, and Dean of Me, R. C. Bay M".* a rga ret' Blish tors and laymen to further Cfort D G.Blad imns ci Continued Fom Page On directed toward the tuntyOr dean of the College of Education, h, o e, centlyd Fappae Onte U .know edg. Much of he initia ad Busineuss Manager George versifofenlyoerid teUn-wOkfthe .Foundation is being Baughman. ty edfAFrilda. done, at othe gassroos -level, otherwise states represented in It a t hs ~idisBihwrigi close cosltative rjathe geographical survey are: New deidd.n ,aee i r aastis.tionship with .a;grup Of smel Y "k ill nmDirector Harold New Hear mother recalls hat after she 'itlat alleges. me o the School o oety was takentoStudaymtie, P IM II[damonds give you! Magart w 1dreInr 'O oo $0to act .,it the whIno epIa and al $00 ~its characters. This natural bet far the theatrical was aided Ind adeted by her mother, who wa C leg nn I c h ead of her own school of drama-N T CE $00 /0Seig -onlia Otis Skinner 1-Cwsprked Magaret to study atig. Boston blr n r ed, it is nturalthat she chose Emerson C1-$tn xracs eeatntwhich to sudy Tis wrnFor Your Convenience C$00 in -d 10leru how Y" -f lp-4f 1h1 1inthe Little Theatre of Boston,! .rsmueDimnd nr r Itrrdin-, the New York Little Thet, adI -ad --t. ---i,-h----o"iginl kete-" Work Done In Our Own. Plant THE BOOK STORE will purchase books for I l nallas m I., etr n an oe Asked what type of part she -mel "I f'' '' ..I sie o I.eopIle laug wh ic h we have Fall orders Beg inning Tuesday, \ "*bl syedtosowyordimod Thatswhy I like the rle I haeI ,m d 1$301$3000iss Blilh pl.s to remain at 1 Bachelor Bundle Laundry Service August 24. anon" ouemythe University to continue work ord** DIVIDED PAymENTS EA$IL y s a mjor in speech nd drama c "B ARRANGED AT NO EXTRA COST nd plans to teah damtis a du ter he receives her degree. .~~TAILOR SHOPTh Unvriy fFoid Expert Watch Repairing GLENnivrsiPRO FlGid *Diamond Setting GE PIG AI Gifts Purchasd Here ill SWIM -DANCE .d PICNIC Book Store, "On The Campus' ur Egr.d IFre" of Charge 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. DailyA l ra in -nd g txcep AMtdey-tions Mendipnm L EWIa Prties JewlryCo 8 ~m to12Pm Suits Made To Order 300 WeSt University Ame 2 Mles Nth th 5t "aesi'sLading Jeler. 1% Mile West

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They Fly On Week-Ends" They Gave To A Cause Proper Celebration Is Planned For 1953 As the Uivesity of FloidaI tenial Program. Samuel ProC-y s ears its one hundreth aniversary Itr, profesor of Social scics, M i 153,log rageacion is a has been,, assigned the task of pre4ari nahstory of the University. ready underway for proper sleProctor will be given four ears braition of that event to write the history. As an inTeUniversity establishesit Itrctri oia history at the --Origin as Januay 6, 1&53, w'hen nvestyad auhr of "The Govror Thomas Brown siged Life of Goveror Napleon Brw the act which provided for two ard," which was ahisMster's seminar, one east and ae west thesis, lie is well qualified to uof the Suwannee River, with the dertake the task. Eat Florida Seminary to be loDuring the year-long celebra-cated in Ocala. The passing of the tion, there will be a three-day BukanAtin 90,inrpat ceremonial in April which will feaad the University and moved it toI ture speakers on various phases -its present site in Gainesville.' of the humanities, the social Dr.J. illis Miller, President of sciences, the physical sciences, ad Sthe' Univesity has named a 14the biological sciences, both pure 4 man specil committee on the Cnand applied. Students Might Get Choice Sometyears ago at our college it ws cstrmary to publish the uanames If the teachers of various ourses in the schedule of classes. Evidently so many of the poorer instructors were shunned by thestudents that it was deemned necesary to revet to a policy of scrcy concerning the teachers and their teaching schedule. Ithreeally such a' fundamental and underlying disadvantage, if he students have knowledge of the names of teachers of causes ? + -V Why therefusal of department heads to inform an inquiring student f the scedule of a popular mid efficient teacher ? The procedure picturedI( op above) is h NARTU training langarin Jackso ile Bluisagrup o vr0siseeymsaun good cover u fo the inefficientaddnsikdinstr ctos.h he Pictured ib v eabers of the Hillel Foundation w ae show nting blood to the Jek det h oktefrttoweso nultann nJn.ToeIncluded nore: C. H. Donvan( fauniversity staff 'should be assigned to courses with unknown teacher. snvill YMHLA lood Bank. From left to right sure: d Jack a idy as er ap (Joed R oe Tedit uty member), I. H. Howel1, G. R. Frost, H. E. Nawotka, C. N. Tilton, R. F. Hebb, P. J. Stephens, W. F. But why deny a junior or senior the choice of a good teacher? When Jack Proctor, Jack Price, Technician, Dr. 31. ras Jn Pfau ichmany Mp, lnRoleb,,Abbe] V nk Schiler, D. R. Lewis, T. N. McClell and, R. E 31-rs, P. Id.'Whit, H. H., B111, Jr., J. B. McDonad 11, a course is completely filled, a student would understand that he would ne, A Brelr, Billy Rogers, Herb Rand, Norman Soomon, PalBcmanMry DlhnAby W. D. Sims, MW. B. Norton, P. 11. Harvill, Joe C. Jekins, Jr, Cr.sby H. Dawk Is, John R.Ahginnda, D-have to mal, a second choice Or take the instructor that he can get. and Link Elmoroy. ad wells, X. C. Fleming, Jr., T. B. Sparknan, G, R. Register, Jr., eny Van Der Heyde, Jr., Donad E That is more satisfactory than to have no choice at all. Newton, Chaorles M. Boutelle, William J. Fracovic, S. -1. Thompson, Jr., B. M. Myrick, Charles K As a matter-of-fact, the rcess of teacher selection might be a O'Nsdr, T. R. Perry, F. E. Autrey, Rupert .Smith, W'illianm11. Gay faultyy memer), IT. A. Graham, very good thing for the staff. Such should serve as a challenge to theD af a us fR TC S de s and J. E. Dvell (faculty member). Not present when the photo "as taken were Paul Lackey and P. C sDresrafe nStuatrsus weO fs asRnaTtht Studtentsr he Hoffman (faculty member). ~~~~~~to "geat on the ball" and improve their teaching methods.Epnn)B in D c d d;L a C ng s nS or SKY A CH OR AWAYThe Army is mein in Atanta o evc represented here aConference this past shql today to decide th draft sau prximately 15 each. Along with year. Flo rida Students Taking A ctisve Part Adler De bunks Supe)T-Race of several thousand students in the Infantry, Artillery and Air All the senior training office. A speio rae s thor tye wih y icttos r wul -beRTC Force uits will1 be a Transporthave been appointed with theex In N aval A ir T -a ining Activities dictator sne taime etenal Ye toadanetitdea oewomus id olhtraf wir ltbe asub ect tircm enuhchsben ptap tetrtlryfcr eaome basis to establish a master race upon Blood ? There are four just hw their trining will be lam F. Foster are: Lt. Col. J. .Gillespie, Air ,Approximately 150 students and, naal cr rmliary training. Seagaged 1n reserve training unts tPeso lo nw osineada dvda' lo al nooeece by the armament Accodig to Lt. Col. EdF rces; Lt. Col. Earl W7. E fauly emer readin cn-mnafersevigteir apprenbefore the signing of the recent o h ordvsosrgrls f i reo oo.Aprethai movement now prevalt wil wrMs a yars pl ards, Infantry and Maj. W. F, siderably to their incomes in taticshi, .", rike" fr a-c 0 in draft bill, -r draft xempt. type? The medical profession indicates ta t the brain of an idiot is be decided trnghof 192cdtwl otr rnprainCrs mg part in naval operations and rates as third class P tty ofApproximately ninety enlisted larger than that of an intelligent man. Chuarateristics ? Use the -Aryan Colonel Price ad R Ioh_ emre likely surpassd this training for advancement mn rat ficer.I petty officers and seamen billets theory for an example. The German Ar'yn was ppsed to be tll, son from the Univesiyof F r-I., l Florida, .1.g with Clemasa members of the Jacksonville Like their army counterparts,I are available in Fighting Squablond and blue yd. Like Hitlr? ik rss",n or Hiriito ? There ida. are attending the metig son Cllege, maintained the brNava ArSertraNRU Nianaval reservists, acth ely serns5an teaeckSuadron 5a is no hasteor rs. thontbenpovnyt dcno epoe.and will come back with the vegest units in the Southeastern Just one weeknd each monthprset.caThysanyillt, ,oprating Racial discrimmtion comes from man's desire to set himself up _s dict h eut o h etn far ground personnel, One weekwhether aviation or dec. nd superior to an iferior being. (The Daily Lass-, Denton, Texa il epbise a ex ek end or two Sundays per -onth dition, thirty flying officers are based on speech by Larry Adler). Summer Gator, ltrB re far flight Is= el, plus a two ILb a yW n needed t complete the rostersAt the preset time .11 pysweek "aruise" or training period of these ttwo organizations. ally qualified student, exceptBEERS q.rad fr parficpi INA-NA TU and priiaigI ts'e t m n sK nd H eart -ret)r n FloiTaLoOR SHOP dShop RTU. The tW e training activities, as far as students -nd totake ROTC training becausee IS CLOSED UNTIL* prios are wchedlued to .aidoi B om td fauIty are concerned, is the ypope like to think they know a good thing when they see of this school's obligation as a 1 ust Off Unversiy Av, cnicswth collge and high fat taIaltaning, including it, but few seem, to realize what a good thing sentiment is. It m ight 126-rat oleg. tisno SPTMBR h schoo activities wheneve Pass ieto wek "n sa isnmad be m,,accurate to say that people recognize the value of sentiment,; ci ,"nqde ., tlnta eiions i b ed t ae 2 t week period will begin SeptemStation. Transptation. rnpr, to ad u frsoereas most of .1 a arahamd to dit they are sentiprcbyatrthspiy r arofalyr iornprbm. her 4 and End September 1, from the station is take rare of mentanot but it is quite likely that It which should fit in mbeely bef ytecrpolsse n Why, In such a time as this, do people hide sentiment and steel will have sme effect uPon it.tween semaesters.Pans Incude Music should pro o no sertus ]Ithemselves against any action which might give away a sentiment, The number enterin basic For participation in the monthdrinct ropcr ~ orb_ heart? O--n --ftue -l e e ly prain, bWendBosngRon Training duty I the Organized Perhaps they think that it might ak .breach in their ir of selfte-ried on a qota bais, te Warriors dra fourdgyas For Student Listening Naval Air Reserve is broken down confidene, independence and perhaps in their pride. It shouln't be a determination of the exact figure andfo te wowek cruise". into several weekend periods. The disgrace to stand up for a heart-of-gold. Sentiment doesn't require bebeing the fundamental purpose fullpyadalwnes ls B ynWs Squadrons muaster on their resp cing a soft touch or going ove rboard for the idea, but a person should mif thebeegmhasized hoe. 11ngepay.ad llonvity pyaopus With the 'dd t fth etive weekends e at r I T. oa-have sme feelings for teI ghts and privileges of others and for a tmgtb emaszd er ta five per cent Of base pay for Library wing, the bokshelf space divisins of the squadron ng ayiage anr d in ourhw orld dooks upownt thigssuhasdn'tea plauseanderough, thant dfermtedto n each three year period of active will be more than doubled .The in such duties as plane maintentheynFourth o ur ora d sokmc rshfiponytingsenthimentalauoos.andfrom edir eee t duty aind" duty in organiized or inew addition will be air-conditionace, ground school and operati nth-Fhrthof uRyinio mch ras fi onyof setirentl fols inative reserve.ad (for more competent studying) al' airborne flight training. At 4:0 Wher. there is stment there is a kind heart. And it isn't going Athinitdnoer ose pptereNAt escort the Jcksmnl s ad wi I be completed approxip. mn. the groups seure for the tobetehd ynalelwwhisgngtsov the wolrd's rb inpro.Frtoeitrse NATU -int!-s one Naval lately by September 1)49. inigt. Muster are held gain at lmsa. InROtewkioreacetod durReserve fighting squadron, one It is a very big sad and compli8:30 a.im. Sunday for duty until (DiyLritao Txa-in the wekia to r egls niti-ergine squadro3,two ser cated job to move booksa from one The final must, and dismissal at os rm(Diu lsipr TpaiyeL r at ac e ld a t rdtingfrthe "Ill r iter s w svie attack sq. adrn ee-t wte inrr. tethe staff cisng 1:30en.int.rstedainfterogrn, the Methodist church, Wednesday evening. Young couple wants Main yriod. For those interested added. Typs -'aicaft -per,,.,king on plans so thatt l f "drill for pay" in the Naval to rent furnished apartmnt-need large loving room. plying, it is imperative attd ncud te amus Il' entvew -lnt be necessary. Air Resrve are invited to contact --th rarruthey w ich wlmore f csr 1 -,a flyig Ibuit Rte, sthm re mportattae vernb the Organized Per nnJ el s i ho fortmcomin n tipaperad S U PPOR T OUR ADVER TSE RS raft in the malti-gine c""s; are at .11 times Naval Air Station from Wednes h rneadBu ultn .ad ,osis elDvrad Icue nti e lni day through Sunday, from 8 En To Tenttive nswl-prit the MrinTopee er inth, rowsing ooh with nice con.until 4 P. im. cdtoa ppmmn famt Marte innure c bomber. be urntue-adthMue 60 men, which gives the four units NARU nis re arel cm-Audit-rim with a collection of TE WOLF eve, oetrngs c ther ae, h.rerd, and recordings. The Audieve, peins o en ie0u torur will -have two separate If he parks his little flivvr, menor mn roms where students can liten 1n Down beside the moonit river, grousp or as individuals. The entAnd you feel him all a quiver, tire building will provide the badly Baby, he s a wolf. needed carrels in seminar ros ,tOVING for graduate taentand. facualty I. sa you're gorgeous in ~a~ mmes enaiepanseilAnd yto dark eye set him Loc 9Log isane m s t1 etatividae. orseci a1 ou St~om wl epovddfr But your eyes ain't where he's-F rto ANYWHERE ,tuiand Hurnities ooi bs U. S Tep orr r. n i Lbary Baby he's 'a wolfIs completed, the anxwl tl T AGE se1 for University Colege When, he sas that youre an eyei CA NG When the new buid" g 'is C-cmf CRATING plated there wil be .large But his hands begin to trifle SHIPPING room assigmed for students to And his heart pumps like a riflerise in that college. Baby, Tic's .wolf. in the two panned additions to^ H MYthe Lib .Y, the first one is deIf by chance when you're kissin, HEM BY gained to take care of books and You can feel his heart a rnilin STORAGE & TRANSF9R CO. a small amount of reading room And you talk sad he won't listen\ U MTHCETRIL 130 E st Mirsonic St. space, the second addition wil be Baby, he's a wolf LMTHCETRIL Phone 2094 a big wing assigned to reduig WTH ANY OF THEM. room. I thee panstheroad If his .rms are strong and siew M. C.A~eye, Mg. noth of the Library will be perAnd he stirs the gypsy I you, DE MCAleyse, r.5 rnnntly bTocd. and .large And you want him close again you Clas '35 parking apace will be prided be-: Baby-Yure the .If. hind the Library--Ath I Unknown9 SEQUL WRLD SEAT EST Enjoy Yourself by Getting A te frota t o yr My WeANATi. And says it's pleasant by the river,\ Delicious Dinner Brother, she' a wolf. If the get-p that she's wearing, Turns1 yur head and keeps -Y1 00 V taring, Caue itS just a little daring,-. il LOUS"SEFO D P UBrYo1thers he's a Wolf. AF m .ismokster a 419 N. 9th Street If he. careess .gh to be y --iu .,gg a Ifu -bu P one 2600, h ct ig.,t, tM_ .; G Y I h BWhn there plenty ese to e, et OVn e e o hen theres planty else to ee, ,;g -.rgs~, Brother Shes a wolf wei&bI -bIf she realy is bewithig,12 N.9hSre And she kisses with a twitching, RADIO DISPATCH ED As if herroy lips .thig Brthe, shes a wolf. -"ust Good Food That's All" For Your Convenience If She raly lets you pet her Lets you nuggle in her sweater 9Ji And you really think you'd better Call29,226,29 Brother, BE A WOLF. for aWA Dorsey's Bakery BECKUM'S OPTICIANS 130 W. University Ae. C I Y CA BT. S. "Uncle Tom" Gainesville, Florida Dorsey PresciptisFilld Glss Dupic Ved opyIM t1, I oAr MasT-no o Around the clock service Proprietor QUICK SERVICE Rp.4s Md 5-91.s-e Fittd Cour teous Drivers -Clean Cabs 2-2s.Peans. 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