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Florida Alligator, Friday, April 5, 1957

Openings Remain
For Tour Abroad

Travel minded students inter- 1
ested in a conducted European
tour erf 11 countries should contact
L.J. Wathen, who will be conduct conducting
ing conducting his fifth consecutive tour of ;
Europe with a college group this
The trip this year will cover.
Spain and three Scandanavian j
countries in addition to the Euro European
pean European countries normally covered
by the tour.
..Students will sail from New
York on the Queen Frederick* j
June 14, and arrive in Naples j
ten days later.
Ute Itenerary will cover Italy,
Austria, Germany, Switzerland,
Holland, England, Norway, Swe Sweden
den Sweden Denmark, France and Spain,
and will return to New York on
August 15.
The tour rates including mini minimum
mum minimum round-tiip ocean fare. is i
$1595 for tourist class. This pri' e
includes all rail, bus, and steamer
travel in Europe: all hotels: three;
meals a day; all sightseeing and
entrance fees: transfers between!
stations, piers, and hotelsr all j
tips, except on the ocean steam steamers;
ers; steamers; and services of a tour es-1
This summer will be Wathen's
15th tour to Europe. He classi classifies
fies classifies the tour as not deluxe, not
Table Tennis Club
Elects Friedman
Officers were elected Friday
night at the first meeting of the
Table Tennis Club.
The officers are Bemie Fried Friedman,
man, Friedman, president: Allan Crawshaw
and Emil Sanda, co-vice presi presidents;
dents; presidents; Jack Merritt, treasurer:
Helen Levesque, secretary.
The new club will meet at 7:30
p.m. Fridays in the recreation i
room of the gym and is open to
students, faculty and other Uni University
versity University personnel and their de dependents.
pendents. dependents.
A round rohiti tourney will be begin
gin begin tonight and a ranking and
challenge board will be set up;
on the basis of the tournament

On Campus |
j (f (Author of Bart foot Boy Wttfc Chsok. ott.f
What will the American college student wear this
spring? Gather round, you rascals, and light a good
Philip Morris Cigarette, and puff that rich, natural to tobacco,
bacco, tobacco, and possess your souls in sweet content, and listen.
As we know, college fashions have always been casual.
This spring, however, they have become makeshift.
The object is to look madly improvised, gaily spur-of spur-ofthe-moment!
the-moment! spur-ofthe-moment! For example, girls, try a peasant skirt with
a dinner jacket. Or matador pants with a bridal veil. Or
Bermuda shorts with bronze breastplates. Be rakish!
Be impromptu! Be devil-take-the-hindmost!
And, men, you be the same. Try an opera cape with
sweat pants. Or a letter-sweater with kilts. Or a strait straitjacket
jacket straitjacket with hip boots. Be bold! Be daring! Be a tourist
CotOzJ&lii Sintx feytf
But all is not innovation in college fashions this
, spring. In fact, one of the highlights of the season turns
time backward in its flight. I refer to the comeback of
the powdered wig.
This charming accoutrement, too long neglected, has
already caught on with style-conscious students all over
the country. On hundreds of campuses rock-and-roll is
giving way to the minuet, and patriotic undergraduates
are dumping British tea into the nearest harbor. This, of
course, does not sit well with old King George. For that
matter, a lot of our own people are steamed up too, and
there has even been some talk of revolution. But 1
hardly think it will come to that. I mean, how can we
break with the mother country when we are dependent
on her for so many things linsey-woolsey, minie balls,
taper snuffers, and all like that? She, on the other hand,
relies on us for turkeys, Philip Morris, Cinemascope, and
other valuable exports. So I say, if Molly Pitcher and
those other Bryn Mawr hotheads will calm down, we may
yet find an amicable solution for our differences. But
let not our British cousins mistake this willingness to
negotiate for weakness. If fight we must, then fight we
will! Paul Revere is saddled up. the rude bridge arches
the flood, and the ROTC is read!
But I digress. We were smoking a Philip Morris
Cigarette O. darlin cigarette! 0, happy smoke! 0.
firm! 0. fresh! 0. fragrant! 0. long-size! 0, regular!
O, get some! and talking of new spring fashions, let
us turn now to the seasons most striking new feature:
pneumatic underdrawers. These inflatable rubber gar garments
ments garments make every chair an easy chair. Think how wel welcome
come welcome they will be when you sit through a long lecture!
They are not, however, without certain dangers. Last
week, for example, Rimbaud Sigafoos. a University of
Pittsburgh sophomore, fell out of an 18th story window
in the Tower of Learning. Thanks to his pneumatic
underdrawers, he suffered no injury when he struck the
sidewalk, but the poor fellow is still bouncing and it is
feared that he will starve to death.
M*x Shulman. 1957
fashions coma, fashions go. hut scar after sear the Philip
Morris Compan v, sponsors of this column, bring you the j
tastiest pleasingcst cigarette sour money can buy Philip
Morris, of corris!

Page 5

grubby, but standard, The stu student*
dent*- student* will be guided in his
sightseeing, but wII also have
many free hours to go where he
Flight students have signed for
the trip and there Is room left,
jAm early registration is urged,
as it insures the traveler of better
Additional information may be
had from Professor Wathen in the
| C-5 office or by contacting him
! at his home
Orange Peel Job
Opened by BSP
Applications for managing edi edij
j edij tor for the 1957-58 Orange Peel
are being accepted in the office of
i the Board of Student Publications,
| Room 11, Florida Union.
The deadline has been set for
Friday noon, April 12.
Since no qualified persons ap ap,
, ap, plied for the position previously,
the Publications Electoral Board
ruled that it would waive service
qualifications in seeking new ap applicants
plicants applicants for the post.
Date for selection of the manag managing
ing managing editor has tentatively been
set for Wednesday afternoon. Ap April
ril April 17.
Bob Chalom is editor-elect of
the magazine and Norwood Gay.
r the business manager-elect.
' Springfield Attends
Evangelism Seminar
The Rev. Thaxton Springfield,
i Wesley Foundatlonn director here,
11 will be one of about 40 persons
' Who will attend a national Meth Methodist
odist Methodist seminar on procedure in
campus evangelism April 22-24
in Nashville. Tenn.
I The seminar ia a project of the
Department of College and Uni Uniiversity
iversity Uniiversity Religious Life of the
Board of Education of the Meth-
I odist Church.

Nobody Knew,
Nobody Cared
About Election
, I
(Continued F'rom Page ONE) |
fore taking the student pres-
idency, wa s th e only per- j
son on the campus I could find |
( who definitely said the Gator j
Party would win.
Others who thought different
knew absolutely nothing, or just
; piaved coy.
While Kernns. the 38-year- I
' old veteran,, went to classes, j
confident Beardsley, who has
worked all year for the presi presidency.
dency. presidency. spent his time from poll
to poll.
i The campaign managers hur?"
I ried around from ballot box to
ballot box, but it wasn't like
i the old days, when things hap happened
pened happened right up to w'hen the polls
closed at 6 p.m. It could be
exptected from a campaign,
nothing has happened in.
1 | H. L. Mencken had the words
.! to describe the downfall of eith eithi
i eithi er party w'hen he wrote, Its
danger lies in the weakness of
i many, if not most, of its lead leadjl
jl leadjl ers.
~ In this election, from where
. this reporter sat, there has been
j no show of political leadership.
There has been just a little
, imagination where there should
1 be a lot. But with 900 votes for
you or against you. no imagin imagin-1
-1 imagin-1 ation is needed.
The office sought is probably
the reason for the decline in the
activity this spring.
The rewards of the presiden presidency,
cy, presidency, in these degenerate, silent
generation days, have come to
be very little. The president of
j the student body continues, of
: course, to be an eminent man,
hut only in the sense that John
ij Barrow, Steve Hudson. E- Mug Mugi
i Mugi ford, Bucky Williams and Dick
i Porterfield are eminent men.
The apathy and downfall of
student campaigning has come
! fbr good reason, bad reason .
J or no reason at all.
Students Slate
Politics Parley
In Tallahassee
Sixteen University students, re representing
presenting representing the Florida Political
Assembly, have been selected to
attend the annual state Citizen Citizenship
ship Citizenship Clearing House Convention in
Tallahassee, April 17-19.
The names were announded at
the FPA's monthly supper meet meeting
ing meeting Tuesday.
While In Tallahassee, the dele delegates
gates delegates will meet Gov. Leov Col Collins
lins Collins and Senator George Smath Smathers.
ers. Smathers. They will also attend Cabi Cabinet
net Cabinet meetings and sessions of the
The delegates are Ramon
Arango, Lois Aspinall, Frank Ba Baber.
ber. Baber. Irving Berg, Steve Boyles,
Leon Brush, Ronald Cacciatore
and Jack Gaillard.
Other delegates are Mike Gar-j
vey, Judy Machamer. Wade Mat j
thews, John Reeder, Jack Sites,!
Joan Urankar, Liz Haarmann
and Bill Collins.
Editor Post Open
For IFC Booklet
Applications are now being ac accepted
cepted accepted for the position of execu executive
tive executive editor of the annual IFC
freshmen publication.
The booklet, distributed during
orientation week, depicts the life
of fraternity men on campus,
; with special emphasis on the in inj
j inj terfratemity council, ruling body
; of the campus fraternity system.!
j Chairman Joe Lewis stated that
applications may he obtained, in
Dean Hayes R. McClelland's of ofj
j ofj room 1 28 of the Adminis Adminis
Adminis 1 ration Building. The deadline is
next Wednesday at 5
Applicants should have pas; ex ex|
| ex| perience in publications and
must be a member of the fra fraternity,
ternity, fraternity, said Lewis.
Your Doctor's
Faithful Aide
Your doctor's righthand man
is your pharmacistaccurate. j
reliable. Have your prescrip prescriptions
tions prescriptions filled here with confi confidence.
dence. confidence.
Phone FK 6-7524
6 E. University Ave.

Frolics Chairmen Prepare for Gala Weekend
i 1
Spring Frolics, '57 style, will feature a French theme this
weekend. An Arch de Triumph*' for each of 26 fraternities will
be placed around the gym. along with a reproduction of the Eif Eiffel
fel Eiffel Tower behind the bandstand. Here talking things oxer are (left
to right), Norwood Gay, KS, technical coordinator. Bill Maddox,
Phi Gam, chairman, Dick Daniels, Phi Tau. publicity. Harry Suss Susskind,
kind, Susskind, AEPi, assistant chairman. (Gator Photo).
Faculty Members Eligible
For Fulbright Awards

Fulbright awards available to
.faculty members for,lecturing and
advanced research in foreign
; countries have been announced to
E.A. Hammond, campus Fulbri Fulbrij
j Fulbrij ght advisor.
i University lecturing and advan advan;
; advan; ced research grants > are available
| for Australia, Burma, India, New
| Thailand, Argentina, Chile. Col Columbia.
umbia. Columbia. Ecuador and Peru. Inter Interjim
jim Interjim programs (Sept. 1957 June 19-

C-l Professors Sponsor
Special Discussion Lab

A .super-honorary C-l section
conducts one of the most unusual
seminar sessions on campus
every Monday night. The section
is unofficial, and offers no cre credit.
dit. credit. All a student needs to par participate
ticipate participate is an interest in political
science and history and willing willingness-to
ness-to willingness-to take an active part in dis discussions.
cussions. discussions.
; The seminar is directed by Ja Jason
son Jason Finkle and Clifton Yearley
Jr., C-l Honor Section professors.
However, they do no lecturing at
the meetings. Yearley' said they
take part in the discussion on the
same basis as the students.
* *
The group meets on Monday
nights in Room 109, Flint. Meet Meetings
ings Meetings usually, begin about 7 and
j end between 11 and 12. Group
attendance averages about 20
students. Yearley' said, adding
that it has ranged from 12 to 35
: students.
The discussion group was ori-
I ginallv designed to give students
in the C-l Honor Sections an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to discuss matters of in interestfrom
terestfrom interestfrom elections to Ameri American
can American marriage customs, Yenrlev
j said. Since the group begin meet meet:
: meet: Ing at the beginning of this se semester
mester semester other students have join joined
ed joined in, he added. The group is not
j limited to C-l students or even po political
litical political science and history majors.
* *
Guests are often Invited to join
the discussion group. Among
; those who have participated are
Dean Carmen, Columbia Univer University,
sity, University, Charlie McCoy (religion),
and Dr. Orville Quackenbush (so (sociology)
ciology) (sociology) Yearley said.
Students visiting from the Uni-,
versitv of Calcutta, India, parti partii

ij '
IR" i
Sr -Si Hk 8
u. s.

58) are available for Argentina.
Israel and Turkey.
Hammond said the grants com comi
i comi pare favorable with salaries paid
at the University, but do not in-S
elude transportation costs for de
Interested staff members may 1
obtain additional information
from Hammond, Ext. 585. Dead- :
line for submitting applications!
is April 25.

i partii cipated in the discussion Monday.
1 Dr. Carieton i tend next week. Yearley said. j'
i Any interested students are wel- 1
j come to be present at these dis-'
cussions, or at any other rneet-j
i ing of the group, Yearley added.
Just come prepared to join in the
discussion, he said.

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plays ar: off t;;e beaten track
Lab Theatre Plans 3 Plays

Florida Players Laboratory!
Theater will present three one-actl
plays on Friday and Saturday
April 12 and 13, in Room 239 of
the Administration Building.
Directed by Students of SCH.
310 (Directing), the plays show
particular promise from the
standpoint of cast, direction and
the plays themselves,
lean Taylor directs cuttings
from Tennessee William's Glass
| Florida Riflers
I Favored in Meet
Today at Range
Rifle teams from four Florida
colleges and universities are
j scheduled to compete today in
! the second annual Scabbard and
Blade Invitational Rifle Meet on
the Rifle Range.
Favored to capture the team
title for the second straight year
is the host teamthe Florida Ri Rifles.
fles. Rifles. who just won second place
I in the Third Army Intercollegiate
j tournament.
Stetson also a favored
team. They recently captured
the team title in the Third Ar Army
my Army Hearst Matches.
Teams from Florida South- j
crn and Florida State I'niversi I'niversi;
; I'niversi; ty are also scheduled to com- 1
pete. The University of Miami
team was unable to accept an
I s Last year, the Florida Rifles
took the High Team Trophy and
i two individual awards. The Inter-
I collegiate Athletic Council suppli supplies
es supplies seven individual trophies and
three team trophies to winners
.National Rifle Association rul rules
es rules will apply.
The University of Georgia
nipja-d UF by a score of 745 j
to 742* in the Third Army
match. Mississippi State scored
a close third, losing to the local
team by one point,
i High firer for the Florida Rifles
! was Byron L. Shoemaker. Sara
sota. with an total of
751 points.
Coaching the local squad are
Captain Lewis W. Dombush and
Sergeant first class William B.

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jMenagerie" with Sonja Coker.
; Shirley Bliss, Jack Belt and Art
Bevacqua in the roles of Laura,
Amanda. Tom and Jim respec respectively.
tively. respectively.
William Saroyan's Hello Out
There:" has been chosen by Ann
Stuart. Her cast is composed of
Jean Swivel, Loyd Kay. Morris
Faddy, and Andrea Fierro.
"The World Os Sholom Alei Aleichem"
chem" Aleichem" has been chosen by Pat
Hurley who is being assisted by,
i argot Nasrallah. His cast is
Garland Butler. Frank Blodgett,
j Pat Murphy. Richard Jacobs. 1

Treat yourself to one of our cool dacron
and cotton cord suits a favorite among
well dressed college men who like
its good looks and easy care.
Handsomely tailored with natural shoulder
lines, and center vent three'-button jacket.
In charcoal blue, light blue, light tan.
Regular, short, longs.
fflEn S SHOP
6 So. Main Street

Sharon Walker. Jim Joyner. Mar Margot
got Margot Nasrallah. Richard Baggett
and Marilyn Kutun.
All three plays run off the beat beaten
en beaten track, as many theatre goera
will attest, and will employ
much more extravagant lighting
and effects than Is usual in lab
i theatre productions.
Crew heads for the three one oneacts
acts oneacts are: lights, Ellen Black:
stage manager, Jim Jotn er;
i props. Mike Broadus; house man manager
ager manager and publicity. Jan Hahn: and
costumes and make up. Blaise
1 Sindone.


Page 4

~ Editorials

Thoughts after Election

Some post-election thoughts:
Voter turnout yesterday was pretty
good considering the lack of real cam campaign
paign campaign issues to separate the parties and
major candidates.
* >!-
It was interesting to watch the Uni University
versity University Party campaign to get a larger
vote turnout. That party's high officials
felt their chances for victory rested with
tlie independent voter who could offset
rrwea. seARPM-* EFiML
ctr opf ke
MjifA 7al£ hr BHm
Q*gft) s*
the gigantic fraternity bloc of the Gator
University Party back-room string stringpuller
puller stringpuller Jim Kaufman had the right idea
in providing free cab service to the polls
and having presidential candidate Dick
Kerrins urge repeatedly for everyone to
* *
The first real election under the new
poop-limiting law was successful. In Instead
stead Instead of mountains of poop scattered in
the streets, apparently the candidates
threw it in the dormitories.
Some of the poop sheets and cards
were amusing in more ways than one.
Most clever was Executive Pound! can-

The Plan Is a Good One

Jt j* pleating to note Gov. Collins, m
his message to the Legislature, endorsed
the for an overseeing chancellor
for the state university system.
The chancellor plan, first discussed at
the last regular session of the Legisla Legislature
ture Legislature in 1955, would provide an adminis administrative
trative administrative co-ordinator to centralize activi activities
ties activities of the University of Florida. Florida
State University, Florida A&M. the new
Tampa university and the several pro proposed
posed proposed junior colleges.
Under the present setup the over-
Jnarlorj state Board of Control supervises
the operation of state institutions of
higher learning.serves as the state Plant
Board, directs the Ringling Art Museum
and the Florida School for the Deaf and

Collegians Say Papers Too Sensational

Almost everyone is familiar
with a Criticism often leveled
against daily newspapers In the
United States, that of sensation sensationalism,
alism, sensationalism, the over-emphasis on
accidents, fires, murders, sex,
etc. Much of the criticism stems
from the belief that newspapers,
m their overemphasis on sensa sensational
tional sensational news, fail to give due con consideration
sideration consideration k> the really impor important
tant important news news of world af affairs,
fairs, affairs, scientific and educational
achievements, governmental as
fairs, etc.
Associated Press
asked the following question of
a representative national cross crosssection
section crosssection of college students in
order to get the collegiate slant
cm this issue:
( accidents Fires mur murders.
ders. murders. SEX, ETC.)?
The results:
Men Women Total
Overplays 77'', 11%
Underplays 9G sc/r5 c / r acf
Undecided tS% IS', 31 %
The figures show a fairly

Story-Telling after a Good Meal

One rate last week I was in invited
vited invited to the house of a young
married couple for dinner. I'm
glad I went.
Mv host ie a student here and
for a hobby he collects mono monogramed
gramed monogramed corn plasters of famous
people His wife experiments
with foods. She
has concocted
a sa ndwi c h
led. 'The
Hole m One.'
It's a slice of 'MB
pineapple be between
tween between two ba bagels.
gels. bagels.
Ecxr dinner
she served her
latest innova innovatinn,
tinn, innovatinn, South Ita Italy
ly Italy Blue Plate.
Ravioli stuffed with black-eyed
After dinner I took a few
Turns for my tummv and we re retired
tired retired to the living room for
some story telling. The only one
I ran remember is about the
Lone Ranger and Tonto being
surrounded by a thousand hos hostile
tile hostile Indians. The Ranger
said fc> Tonto, Well Keemcea Keemceabe,

didate Pete Ross who listed such quali qualifications
fications qualifications as likens Grits and was Presi President
dent President of Seventh Grade Class.
Alligator Cartoonist Dan Shouse. who
was not running for anything, came up
with a clever idea for a poop card. 11 is
candidate would become the over night
campus favorite bv providing counter counterfeit
feit counterfeit narking permits on the -reverse of his
. Other poop drew chuckles from some
of the old timers because of the inclusion
of non-existant qualifications passed on
as legitimate. Tt is amazing how many
committees and organizations one man
can belong to. Makes von wonder how
good a job he could have done i r his
membership was not spread out so
aft *
This week Gator Party leaders were
not worried about Beardsley winning. In
fact Bill Skaggs. Eddies campaign man manage?,
age?, manage?, was more concerned over how howmany
many howmany votes Beardsley would win. By
Tuesday afternoon Skaggs predicted a
1.200 margin.
* '*
Last week many of the candidates
were grumbling because Florida Blue
Key had called for applications to be in
before the elections. Some hopefuls, par those who-over-emphasizo the
importance of Blue Key. thought the
leadership honorary had pulled a dirty
trick in not allowing them time to amass
another qualification.
* *
As this election becomes histotw. we
are reminded of something a wise cam cammis
mis cammis politician said several years ago:
Losers sometimes win.

Blind. Past experience* has proven that
the board can hardly keep up with its
present load of work much less take on
new- universities and junior colleges.
Other progiessive states* operating with
the chancelor system have proved the
one man executive is more efficient than
a board which meets once a month.
Florida's plan would not eliminate the
Board of Control, but would transfer
many of its routine duties to the chancel chancellor.
lor. chancellor. This would leave more time for the
board to devote to matters of import importance.
ance. importance.
We heartily concur with Gov. Collins
ondorcement of the plan and hope the
Legislature makes haste in'bringing
Floridas university system up to date.

mseable majority agreeing with
the charges of "sensationalism.
and a large group of student*
undecided on this issue. In addi addition.
tion. addition. the coeds appear to be
more inclined to go along with
th e charges of sensationalism."
Among students agreeing with
the "sensationalism'' charge the
majority feel newspapers sensa sensationalise
tionalise sensationalise in order to build circn
lation and sell papers. Other
students think "sensationalism
is the only way newspapers can
capture and keep mass appeal.
Still others cite specific news newspapers
papers newspapers as being outstanding in
respect to sensational material.
Here are Several typical com comment#
ment# comment# ;
* *
The appeal rs dhected to in individuals
dividuals individuals of a lower caliber,
hence sensationalism, is the
feeling of a junior at Bemidji
State Teachers College femid
ji, Minn.)
A Lynchburg College (Lynch (Lynchburg.
burg. (Lynchburg. Va.i sophomore believes
sensationalism" is necessary

be, Keemceabe, how are we going to get ou<
of this? Tonto glared. Where
do you get this we stuff, pale paleface.
face. paleface.
After the story telling I took
some more Turns then brought
up the fact that-Hollywood nam
as are getting quite unusual.
Tab. Rory, Rock, Ram. Piper
Debbie, etc. and we reasoned
that if this trend keeps up w<>
can look forward to seeing on
rhe marquees . Booby Doll"
starring Jib Sail, and Zip Gunn,
with Duel Garbs, and Brief
Pants . or . Talli Ho
and Blast Off in, "Anna Stay#
Here. with Tan Socks and Bil-
H Club.
I needed more Turns after
that. ~ ...
We brand on! what #ie T"
means ir. C courses. Conglom Conglomeration
eration Conglomeration as Confounded Confusi Confusion.
on. Confusion.
It was a lovely evening but
I had a T tO staring me in the
face so I shook hands with my
hostess, kissed the host goodby.
Say man. what was in those
coke#) and jumped mto my

Friday, April 5, 1957

in order ko build up circula circulation:
tion: circulation: But a freshman ooed at
Columbia College (Columbia,
8 C.) simply says: R sells
more papers.
With students indicating they
believe the average newspaper
underplave crime, sex, acci accidents.
dents. accidents. etc?.. the predominant feel feeling
ing feeling seems to be that most news newspapers
papers newspapers do a fairly good job,
while only a few of the big city
dailies do most of the sensation sensationalizing.
alizing. sensationalizing.
Students undecided on the
question generally fall into one
of two areas of belief. The first
h* by the comment of
a freshman at Villanova Univer University
sity University (Villanova, Pa.) who be- v
linves newspapers neither over overplay
play overplay nor underplay but slate
things the way they actually
happen. A Southern Oregon
College (Ashland) senior repre represent*
sent* represent* the other point of view
with this remark: You can t
generalise, it depends upon the
individual paper.

Caddy. Now tins < m a hard
thing for me to do because I
dont have a car.
I finally got back to my pad
took a few more Turns and tried
to get some sleep.
That was six nites ago and
you know I havent had any
sleep yet. Those Turns I was
taking weren't. Uh. trh. Benze
Can Superman teally fly, and
is he as strong as we are led
to believe, or is it just- a com commie
mie commie scheme to lead us into a
false sense of security?
Why don't they put muzzles
on fleas so mans best friend
will not have it so rough 0
They did Glenn Miller's and
Benny Goodman s life on the
screen, but if they did Artie
Shaws, who would play Lana
Turner and Ava Gardner?
Did you know that the great greatest
est greatest operation ever performed
was Mich.
That's ft for now kiddies I
got a date with MtlHown.

, . and so they finally said to hell with the whole
thing.. .
Education College May Need Airing

! K
By VI. (|l IMKI.
Oalor Editor Emeritus
State Sin. I. K. Edwards of
Irvine, in Marion County, has
called for a senate review of
teacher certification policies, an
old issue (hat never fails to set
the College Education people
burning. |
The chairman of the senate
Many col- QUKNTEI
leges graduates in ai ts and
sciences and other areas who
are qualified by training and
general ability are excluded by
the regulations, even in the face
of a serious teacher shortage,
the senator charges.
Edwards, a loyal Florid gra graduate
duate graduate and former president of
the University's Alumni Assn.,
thinks the legislature should take
a long look at the requirements
to see If they could be reduced.
Teachers presently are cer certified
tified certified by the Florida State De Department
partment Department Education before
they oan work in .a public
school Requirements include a
degree and oompletion of sev several
eral several education courses, plus cer certain
tain certain work in one of about five
general fields.
Theae prerequisites mb adop
red by the department upon
recommendation of the Teach Teacher*
er* Teacher* Advisory Council, composed
at teachers, education college
faculty, and others
* >
A peirhon who fails to have
the required education courses

More Than One Coed Capable in WSA

Gator Assistant Editor
There are some 2.400 coeds
on this campus. Over 1:500 of
them are single undergraduates
who fall under the jurisdiction of
the Women Student's Associa Association.
tion. Association. This group is, of neces necessity,
sity, necessity, run by a representative
council, but it stands to reason
that with 1,500 to choose from,
more than one capable girl could
be found to lead this orgamza orgamza.
. orgamza. tion.
tne present of- |||§|gi|y
state m e n t. lytffpP*'
They recently
1 their
er as nominat-
ing committee *"*
n propose on on!v
!v on!v one name
for the office
of president. GREER
The candidate In question
certainly has the experience
and ability to do a good job,
but that is not the question.
The problem is whether 1.500
' oeds should be forced to accept
a* president of an organization
which has a far-reaching effect
upon them all. a girl chosen by
a group of six, one of which ts
rhe candidate herself
We tenl Hint this is contrary to
the democratic principles upon
which this country is founded
An election in which there is on
Iv one candidate is nothing more
more than mockery of the demo demo,atic
,atic demo,atic system.
The action of this nominating
committee constituted a gross in injusticenot
justicenot injusticenot only to all the coeds
on campus, but to the nominee
herself. The un-opposed cand canddate
date canddate wins a hollow victory, if it
can be called a "victory at all.
She would certainly rather ac accept
cept accept an office won in a legiti legitimate
mate legitimate election, than one handed
to. her on a silver platter by a
handful of her colleagues.
Fortunately, a remedy to this
situation still remains within the
reXlm of possibility. Though
WSA does not allow nominations
from the floor, it does permit
r-oeds to petition to run for of office
fice office Any coed degraduate undegraduate variety 1 can run lor

can obtain a temporary teach teaching
ing teaching certificate but to retrain this
must take at least tiuee hours
per year of college work toward
meeting the specified subjects
The required education cour courses
ses courses seem to be the nub lot 'be
dispute. Se% eral years ago the
. only way arts and sciences s:\t-
I dents could qualify for certifi-
I hours in addition to their i eg-
I ular curriculum.
In 1955. State Sen. W. A
Shands. Gainesville, introduced
| a bill to reduce these require
I menus. The measure was not
I pressed, but the University, re
I sponding to public and legists
tive pressure, made some chan change*
ge* change* Which were incorporated m
tiie certificate requisites.
Now to meet rules for a sec secondary
ondary secondary school certificate, arts
and sciences group majors may
take 2.1 hours in the College of
Education, including int'erning,
and courses titled 'Educational
Sociology and Secondary
School Curriculum." Three
hours of psychology may be
substituted for another educa education
tion education course.
Students in the College of Ed Education
ucation Education must lake 20 hours of
education courses, inelud in g
those named, lor the colleges
secondary school curriculum.
A* the College of Education
sees it, the issue really boils
down to modem vs traditional
approaches to education. This
is why the blood pressure* ns*
over at P. K. Yonge when var various
ious various interests start (hipping
away at certification require requirements.
ments. requirements.
Both the traditionalists and
modernists want the same re
suit, namely schools that do a
a. good job. The disagreement

*ny offioe in WSA by turning in
a petition of 75 name* k> the
WSA box in the Florida Union
by 5 p.m. TODAY.
We will gladly add a name to
any petition for anv office. Two
candidates, most of them well wellqualified,
qualified, wellqualified, have been nominated
for ail other offices, but addi additional
tional additional candidate* will make it an
even better election.

WSA affects us ail, anil should
be as representative of the coed
student body as possible. The
group annually spends some sl.-
000 of student funds, in addition
to being both the legislative and
judicial bodv for women's a f
Among other things, WSA
makes and enforces the regula regulations
tions regulations governing dormitory clos closing
ing closing hours etc. Regulations such
a* these not only affect the co coeds
eds coeds but also their dates who
must help observe them. This is
only one example of the import importance
ance importance of WSA.
A* a veteran of numerous WFA

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i omes in the methods. One
group says the trouble with
schools is not enough curricula
is taught by modern methods,
and .the other, too much is
taught .that way.
In becoming a profession, ed education
ucation education must develop special
ized methods. Whether modern
education has developed meth methods
ods methods superior to the traditional
ones is, controversial Bui all
should agree it must develop
some specialties.
Education personnel feel un unless
less unless all teachers arc exposed to
the prescribed courses they will
necessarily follow the undesir undesirable
able undesirable traditional approach. This
is, however, certainly debatab debatable.
le. debatable.

Modern education in general
is constantly bombarded with
criticism, and the College of
Education heie is probably held
in lower esteem than any upper
division college but one. Here
attacks focus on seeemingly fri frivolous
volous frivolous and over simple courses
and projects.
If the College of Education is
doing its job well it should have
nothing to fear from a legisla legislative
tive legislative inquiry of certification re
quirements. Faculty hi the col college
lege college sav its graduates ai
some of the best teachers in
ihe field and are highly sought
after m Florida schools.
Obviously nothing short of an
interim committee working
for many months could complet completeiv
eiv completeiv evaluate teacher training
but Sen Edwards' eommitiee
could give it a good airing dur during
ing during this session.
Its an issue of interest to the
public, and the senate investi investigation
gation investigation would give the College
of Education and State Depart Department
ment Department of Education a chance *n
justify their requirements, if
they can.

meetings, we know that the
Council s main worry is how to
a louse interest among the co
eds who are nos voting member*
of the organization. We have,
heard many hours of discussion
on the matter, which m all well
and good.
But. it teems more than a
little ineonsristant that the very
people who spend hours dream dreaming
ing dreaming up wavs to get more coeds
to vote in WSA elections, turn
around and offer an unopposed
candidate for the top spot They
must know that nothing dratfs
votes and interest as a highlv
contested campaign
Elections are a lite over a
week awayMonday, April 15.
to be exact. We can onlv hope
that 5 p.m. today will find en enough
ough enough petitions in the WSA box
of the Florida Union to assure
at least two candidates for every
post. Then, and only then, can we
expect coeds to take an interest
m their own affairs and exercise
both their right and duty to vote.

The Incident that Taught
Gluck Thoughtfulness

Editor :
On the day of our arrival in
Gainesville. .Walter Karl Glue a
and 1 became acquainted I Dut
ing our first semester ajt the
University, we roamed together
and we go' to know each otin
very well He is an unusual
character a..d a genuine fdven fdven.
. fdven. 'urer He was involved :r. many
more escapades than one would
imagine Many of then'., 'nob 'nobly
ly 'nobly motivated For example
dressed a? a iop and wearing
roller skates, he.chased me as
a "Bicycle Thief, in and ,>ut'
ihe 1953 homecoming parade
The comic relief- of his antics
in awkwardly alrnost-catchinr alrnost-catchinrrr.e
rr.e alrnost-catchinrrr.e gave the crowd gteat de delight.
light. delight.
His originality. and his com
age to follow through on it
might well he admired, but
sometimes hi practical jokes
were designed without though!
of the harm they might do to
others Some became very irk
some when lepeafed time and
again. Yet no one seemed to
retaliate. Perhaps Karl's size
and lack of inhibition safeguard safeguarded
ed safeguarded him as a target for jokes
Aftei enduring many of h s
pranks and watching othets en endure
dure endure them, he pulled one on a
friend of mine which decided
me on action. When my friend
wa= awakened in the middle of
a night by a nonsense phone
call. I immediately wen! to Ka>j
to prevent another such occur occurrence.
rence. occurrence. s
Opening the door I found Rarl
lying on his sack facing the wall.
his favorite music softly plav plav
plav .4

Bike Registration NeedeH

Probably the biggest single
loss to students is the loss sus sustained
tained sustained year round from stolen
birve les
Moat of the bicycles aren t
taken with the intent of steal stealing
ing stealing but merely as a conveni convenience.
ence. convenience. I'm m a hurry to get
to class on time I'm run
ing late and the classroom
building is a long way off. Here
eg a handy' bike and it's not
locked (how many are?i. T
think I'll just borrow rt (or a
minute m this emergency and
take it back after class."
Such thoughts may run throu through
gh through the mind of the bike hot
rower. But after class he has
forgotten to return the bike oi (
maybe he is still in a hurry
and does not have timei to re return
turn return it. Some bicycles are un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly stolen and taken off,
campus, never to be returned
But I believe, and those who
know will agree with me, that
he majority are left in eithet
s forgotten or misplaced spot
by Ihe owner or borrower.
Now what happens to the
bike? Here it ie sitting m the
same spot sometimes one or
two semesters and no one claims
J* Eventually It may' turn up
at the campus police station as
a lost or stolen bicycle. After
a period of time it's disposed
of How? Not hy a public
auction such as the city of
Gainesville has (some are), but
to a local dealer in mass He
can them sell the bicycles at
anv price he can get. to the
original owner or anyone else.
Some of the bikes That are
hoi rowed turn up in town and
the city police station accumu accumulates
lates accumulates them. When they hold
their public auction and thev
sell these bikes some are
bought bv University student*
.thereby completing the cycle;
owner ho hori'ower to auction
or dealer back to new owner.
K s amusing ho *pot a bike
back on campus that had been
reported stolen with a new own owner
er owner who bought the bike a! the
city auction. One such bike
was spotted by one of our po
lice sergeants last week The
old lock was still locked below
the seat where the original own owner
er- owner left it and the new own owner
er owner had his new lock around the
chain securely locked where it
was supposed to function.
The University Police, in mv
opinion, are not at fault in not
recovering the bikes that arc
stolen for this reason: How
nan a policeman go out and find
a stolen bike with a descript description
ion description such as; red and black with
a green seat etc With the
hundred of bicycles around
campus, few color combinations
and great general similarity,
its very difficult lo spot a
stolen bike.
With antna ft'* different.
There you have different
makes colors and license tags
a* well as motor registration
and body registration numbers
tr go by How many students

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ject subject of general interest to the student body. letters should be
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the right to withhold or edit any letters submitted. All letters must
be signed by the wrtter, but names will be withheld on request.
They rtvwild be addressed to Editor, the Alligator, Honda Union,

ing on the i adio. I turned on
the-light He did not stir. I
thought he is is sleeping, .but la layer.
yer. layer. to my great delight found
mi; he was not Tn mv gen'ie
perturbation at the nu'inent, T
looked so a baseball hat w h
inn ", re
was none:
"But thee on tru bios* of the
new-fallen dust 'we: e his wal wallet
let wallet an I note books reposing m
ilathering' them tin: l. turned
off the heel losed the door,
and returned home secreting
ire loo: the: v.-i
Twenty minutes 1.-itcv i rag raging
ing raging hull entered the house. I
heard of the most dastard dastardly
ly dastardly vicious, and lowlianded try '<
ever pulled His irritation v>s
extreme since he had heard the
entry and departure hut thought
it was his roommate! lake a
true (Hand. I ted to help him
figure out who had "done it".
We decided together it mu t he
someone yho knew him welt,
probably someone who "anted
to get oven with him for some something.
thing. something. possibly someone who
. hated his guts Karl thought He
ought to go to the police T urged
him to do so. He did
After piilking die _full de delight
light delight from the experience and
permitting a strong inipre -vnon
to be made on Karl 'as to the
evils of practical jokes. I ie ieturned
turned ieturned his possessions He sa d.
If it: "ere anyone else. I'd kill
him". I said. If it wore an"-
r one else but you. Karl. 1 could couldn't
n't couldn't have done such a thing'"
Name Withheld.

know the registration number
on their bike" If you own a
bike do you know the serial
number on it? The chances are.
you do not and unless you have
your original bill of sale with
the number on it you will not
know this number.
This number is the only pos positive
itive positive means of identification.
Colors can be changed, with the
rest. This is the situation as
I see it. This is an easy place
to have your bike lost and there
i# not much hope-of recovery.
Possible solutions :
Campus-wide registration of
bicycles on a voluntary ba.-is.
recording: owner, 'kind color,
and. most important of all, the
i serial number. iThis number
is stamped in the frame usu usually
ally usually mote than one place; un under
der under scat, or h\ the rear
wheel-depending on whether the
bike is American or English I
Tne unidentified recovered bi bicycles
cycles bicycles could be auctioned off
through a yearly campus auc auction
tion auction and thereby benefit the
same people as group who
sustained the loss in the first
A Campus Policeman
/just because\
f C > DOESN'T mean
\ YOU KNOlU !! J'
itUlNk.' YOU u)£RE SO SMAgT ii!
do idu FOLLOW me?
iUi/f A/iiftAiji
Y- s

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The Florida Alligator, Friday, April 5, 1597 ;

\ "****
Miss Jackie Ward was named
Sweetheart of Delta Cfii last
weekend, at the fraternitys an annual
nual annual big weekend.

Art Show Entries Now On Display

Entriea in the ltudent commer commercial
cial commercial art show at the Union will be
r-lHHillihll r-lHHillihll*
* r-lHHillihll*
["Every momenta
yjt jj
m ohuv* a JAGUAR mourncM
Eddie Debbie
Fisher Reynolds
he unj* / wait 'til
lx new / you see tham
songs f / dance I
y' A#
Ingrid Bergren
Kay Kendall
w ith
Skip Homeimer
John Payne
Alan Freed
Arthur Lake
Kim Novak
Philip Carrie
(imger Rogers
Claudette Colbert

i V--
Miss Stephanie Yarn, ADPi,
was selected as Queen of Gold Golden
en Golden Hearts at the Sigma Phi
Kpsilon weekend. Serving on
her court arc Wanda Bemory,
KD; Nancy Marshall, ZTA, and
Vicki Rains, ZTA.

-on display from April 5 to April
i 26, with the winners to be announ announced
ced announced later. The annual art show
is directed by Gamma Alpha
Chi, womens advertising honor-
I ary. The regularly- scheduled
coffee hour will be April 24 from
; 3:30 to 4 :30 p.m.
Business Fraternity
Initiates New Members
! Alpha Phi chapter of Alpha
1 Kappa Psi, professional business
| fraternity, held formal initiation
of new members.
Initiated were Danon Brantly,
: Bob Edenfleld, Ellis Faust, prank
| McDonald, Ted Pettit, Don Schiff.
j Charles Shepherd, Leon Surles.
i Jim Sutton, and John YVeidler.
LI i mt-ww
nl I 1 I |J of* 12:45 P..
SAT. 11:30 P.M.
SUN. thru TUES.
I ::
* with
Guy Madison
Dick Powell
Clifton Webb
Richard Widmark
Howard Keel
Robert Ryan
1 Disney Subject l
Coleen Gray
Anthony Quinn
Eddie Albert

Interhall Carnival Set
By Resident Group

j The Interhall Program Planning
i Committee, composed of student
representatives of the independent
residence halls, has recently been
formed under guidance of the
University housing staff.
Weekly Forum
Will Discuss
'Cocktail Party 7
The Intercultural Forum will
meet this Friday and every Fri Friday
day Friday at 4 :00. This Fridays program
will be to listen to the recording
of Cocktail Party by T. S.
Eliot, after which Dr. Richard
Vowles of the English Depart Departj
j Departj ment will conduct a discussion
j on the play. The Forum is held
at the Wesminister House
The Baptist Student Union will
have a workday on Saturday.
Cars will be washed in the park parking
ing parking lot of the First Baptist Chureo
at SI.OO a car. All the money will
go into the Summer Mission Fund,
a fund which pays part of the ex expenses
penses expenses of ?two students who will
work as summer missionaries in
j Continuing his Lenten discus-
I sions on Christian Marriage and
the Family, Rev. Richard R. Ba Ba;
; Ba; ker. 11l will speak on dating and
courtship this Sunday night at
Canterbury House. Evening Pray Prayer
er Prayer will be at 6:00 p.m. followed
: by supper and Rev. Bakers talk.
Canterbury needs more choir
members. Rehearsals are held
every Saturday morning at 10:00
a.m. in the Chapel of the Incar Incarnation.
nation. Incarnation.
The Christian Science Organiza Organization
tion Organization will hold their weekly meet meeting
ing meeting Sunday evening at 6:45 p m
It will be held in the Florida Un Union
ion Union Auditoriurfi and all those who
are interested are invited.
Supper will be served at the
Westminister House at 5:30 fol followed
lowed followed by another In a series of
programs on Prayer.
Sunday Morning services at the
Wesley Foundation, led by the
Rev. Thaxton Springfield, will be
on the topic of "Militarism and
the Soldier. The regular Sunday
evening supper this week will be
prepared by the better half
(boys). The time is 6:00, come
and bring your bifcarb. At 7:00
Dr. Richard J. Anderson of the
Department of Psychology will be
i the speaker of the forum hour.
This will be the first of a series
| of programs on vocations. The to
pic of the Sunday evening service
i will be Call on Your God".
It's not too late to get
your project supplies.
Scale, minature landscaping,
brick paper to scale, 'and balsa
beam 6 and griders to scale.
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The committee s purpose is to
provide programs to cobrdinate
' the activities of the men and wo women
men women resident: students. including
activities, on a small mixed group
, basis as well as functions that
will interest all the campus.
Blair Matthews and Miss Anna j
Cornwell, housing advisors to the I
committee, are on hand at the I
; weekly meetings with advice and!
suggestions to help the members
lin their discussions. The students
are a self ruling body and make,
j all decisions for the benefit of the
majority of the resident students
The newly elected chairman of
this active group, Jerry Palmer
announced this week that an
Interhall Carnival-Dance will be
held at 7:30 p. m. at Broward
Hall on Sat., April 13.
Booths have beer, arranged sea
! turinp contests o wit and
strength, with proceeds to be do donated
nated donated to charity, according to
Candidates for King Ugly con coni
i coni test will be presented by Alphs
[ Phi Omega service fraternity. The j
winner will be crowned during the
. Carnival-Dance festivities.
Members of the committee in-J
, elude Sue Bussell, Yulee; Brona
Cohen, Mallory; Lois Page. Reid:
j Martha Potts and Dottie Rutz,
I W. Broward; Gael Regele, E l
- Broward; Mike Rich ard s o n,;
! Grove: Jim Johnson, Fletcher;:
[ Roland Wats, Weaver: Kenneth
. Ramsey, Tolbert; and Jerry Pal- j
I mer, Grove.
All interested persons who wish
to volunteer to work for their
1 residence halls in the Carnival
5 Dance are asked to contact their,

Greek Activities Hinge On Frolics

This weekend's Greek social ac- j
f tivities revolve around Spring
Frolics. The fraternities will each#
attend Frolics on their assigned j
5 night, tonight and tomorrow, and
: plan their own entertainment forj
5 the other night.
1 The Josey-Brown Combo from
' Winston-Salem, N-C-. will be fea-'
? tured at the Pike house Friday
night, setting up at 10:30. to allow
- Frolikers to attend the dance at'
J the gym, and will play until 2:30. j
Tomorrow the fraternity will jour-!
5 nev to Flagler Beach Hotel, ac ac
ac companied by the band. The
s Pikes will attend a social at the
1 Phi Mu house Wednesday.
? The Phi Delta will have a
French party tonight, with music j
by the Skyliners. Other entertain entertainment
ment entertainment this weekend includes a tub
ing party and a cocktail party
The Delta Sig* are planning a
record party tonight after attend attending
ing attending the big Frolics dance. To Tomorrow
morrow Tomorrow they are having an all alli
i alli day tubing party at Rainbow
Springs, and a night in hell'
party tomorrow night, with music
j furnished by a Daytona Beach
band. Sunday afternoon a barbe barbecue
cue barbecue at the house will complete
j the festivities.
A formal reception and string
combo" dance tonight, before at
tending the dance iu the gym is
on the agenda for the Chi Phis.
The fraternity will hold a tubing,
party at Poe Springs, tomorrow,
with a "gangster party tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night. wit|h music by the Ver
For the Frolics party, behind
the Theta Chi red dpor ", the
fraternity and their dates will
dress imitating the present inhab inhabitants
itants inhabitants of Hades. Also on the The
ta Chi social calendar is a social
, tea with the Sigma Kappas this
inext week.
The Betas will kick off Frolics
weekend with cool ghoul" party j
j tonight, w ith the Mainliners pro pro!
! pro! viding the background music. A
{skiing party tomorrow afternoon;
; will be followed by a pre-Frolics
party and a post-Frolics break breakfast
fast breakfast at the house.
The Lambda Chis mam speak speak|er
|er speak|er at their Founder's Day cele celei
i celei bration last weekend was State
: Supreme Court Justice Campbell,
a recent Lambda Chi initiate. The
{fraternity entertained the Zeta's
|at a social Monday night.

Miss Sandra Rorapaugh, Zc Zcta
ta Zcta pledge, hbs crowned a* Lam Lambda
bda Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl for
1957 at the fraternity's recent
Founders' Day dance.

Annual Spring Swim Show
To Feature 'Scheherazade'

Aji oriental mood will prevail i
lin the University swimming pool
April 12 and 13 as swimmers
| present Scheherazade, their se seiventh
iventh seiventh annual spring water page pagej
j pagej ant.
The show will be put on by
i the Swim Fins and the Aqua Ga Ga|
| Ga| tors. University womens and
| mens synchronized swimming
! clubs. It will begin at 8 pm. both
; nights.
j Synchronized swimming, div divj
j divj ing. dancing and clowning will
jbe included in this varied, and
colorful program. The Sultan, at ati
i ati tended by his guards and en entertainers,
tertainers, entertainers, and Scheherazade,
whose stories lasted for a thou thou;
; thou; sand and one nights, provide th
| structure for the show'.

The Sigma Chi weekend will be
! gin with a jam session Friday
, afternoon with Little Johnny.
| Ace. a buffet supper before the
big dance. A party in Daytona is
! slated for tomorrow afternoon
I and evening.
A Japanese costume party is
1 scheduled for tomorrow night at
the Phi Gam house. Tomorrow
J morning the Fijis and pledges will
| have, their annual pledge-active
j softball game followed by the
! traditional pledge-active tug-o tug-o---1
--1 tug-o---1 war at the Gator Pond across from
the Reid area.
The Chi Os celebrated their
I Founder's Day by entertaining
I the alumnae as their guests for
i dinner at the new house Wednes- i
The Sig Kps are having a cos cos-1
-1 cos-1 tume party tonight with music by
l the Versitones. and everyone is
dressing as a comic strip charac character.
ter. character. A swimming party and pio pio.
. pio. nic are planned for tomorrow as as;
; as; ternoon. Newly elected officers
'are Brady Hartman, president;
! Jim Bagsett. vice president; Jim
Alderman, secretary; L y to n
,| Mank, historian; Fred Mabry,
chaplain; Marvin Carter. Jack
, Lucks, marshalls, and Tom Stone,
A formal banquet tonight will
start off the Spring Frolics week weekend
end weekend for the AEPis. A chapter
sweetheart and a Frolics Queen
will be announced at the banquet.
A record party will follow the IFC'
dance tonight. Tomorrow the fra fraternity
ternity fraternity will journey to Camp O-
lena for an all day outing. Dane-!
ing to the music of Billy Miran Miranda
da Miranda s band will follow the picnic
The Raymond Taylor band, fea featuring
turing featuring singer Billy Miranda, will
entertain tonight at the TEP
house following the formal dance.
Tomorrow the TEPs and their
| dates travel to Fanning Springs on
the Suwanee River for an outing,
: Jack YVelber and his Playboys will
provide the musical background.
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**wrv '"/ 1
Miss Mary Ann Ausley was
selected as Theta (hi Dream
Girl during Dream Girl wvek wvekend.
end. wvekend. Chosen as tier court were
Shirley Hat* Smith and Mary
. .Cameron.

! Parading through Sch'e iiera iierazade's
zade's iierazade's imaginative tales are Sin Sin:
: Sin: bad and his sailors. Ali Baba and
the forty Thieves, and the ingeni ingeni.
. ingeni. ous but unpredictable genie of
Aladdin's Lamp. Such unusual
effects as headless dancers and a
flying carpet will be presented.
Scheherazade" is under the di di;
; di; rection of Betty Allen, president
of Swim Fins, and Wayne Mit Mitichell,
ichell, Mitichell, president of Aqua Gators.
Jim Hodgins will serve as master
of ceremonies for the show.
The swimming clubs are under
' the auspices of the Department
of Intramural Athletics and R-
!.creation of the College of Physi Physical
cal Physical Education and Health. Betty
i {and Henry L. Crowson are the
club advisors.

Tomorrow night the TEP house
will be transformed into an Ara Arabian
bian Arabian Slave Market costume par parity.
ity. parity. with music by the Skyliners.
The Sigma Kappas were enter entertained
tained entertained by the Theta Chis at a
social Wednesday night. New
sorority pledges ate Martha Potts.
Diane Pickard. Dianne McAlee McAleenan.
nan. McAleenan. NOrma Jean Mason, Barbara
Harper, and Fay Olson.
The Phi Mu's are planning a
social with the Phi Taus Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. New Phi Mu pledges
are Betty Stewart and Renee Ab Abromet.
romet. Abromet.
The SAKV annual Black and
White weekend last weekend fea fea|
| fea| tured' a dance at the Seven Sons
club Friday night, and a jungle
j costume party Saturday night.
The Skyliners played for all the
The AEPhi's, also held their
i annual Green and White weekend
in honor of the sorority's newly
initiated members. Saturday'
night the girls held a banquet and
.dance at the Hotel Thomas with
music by Jack Wrlber and his
Playboys. A record party w-as
f held Sunday afternoon.
Gene Choppa, ATO. was named
Anchor Man at the annual Ihdta
(amnia Anchor Dance recently.
The sorority also held initiation
of new members and their an annual
nual annual initiation breakfast
Honored guest at the annual
White Carnation Ball of Delta Chi j
i given recently Was Albert Coe, s
founder and charter member of
! the Florida chapter, who attended
the initiation of his son into the
The KD's held their annual in initiation
itiation initiation breakfast recently at the
Hotel Thomas for their newdv in
1 itiated members

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The Pizza Patio is now featur featur||ijr.
||ijr. featur||ijr. ing Eobby McKnight and His
OJIPISP .j Rayal Lincolmans. featuring
^'" J i mmy Robinson on his golden
M sax. every Tuesday and Thurs-
eleven thirty PM.
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Science Fiction Attraction
Features Shrinking Man

Gator Staff Writer
"Th,e Incredible S h r i r: k i ri g
Man" offers something new in
science-fiction a man small
enough to be attacked by a house
In this State feature for today
and Saturday. Grant W lliams
contrav >o unkn.-wh malady that
gradually shrinks him. Normally
six foot, he's soon less than an
inch in heightan easy prey fora
spider or at.
Van Johnson's a down-and-out
vaudvillian until a talented dog
enters his act in "Kelly and .Me.
starting Sunday at the State The
canine perforniei gets Van a Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood contract, but has to take a
back seat when Piper Laurie and
Martha Hyer enter this heart heartwarming
warming heartwarming musical
"Battle Hymn." the true story
of a clergyman turned fighter pi pilot.
lot. pilot. is scheduled Wednesday for
the State. Airmen Rock Hudson,
Dan Durea and Don DeFore aid
the orphans trapped by the Kor Korean
ean Korean conflict.
The cattlemen and the rustlers
are still at odds, but with Alan
Ladd on the side of right there's
hound to be a fight. In "The Big
Land the Florida feature for

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today ;l nd Saturday, Ladd and Ed Edmund
mund Edmund O'Brien overcome terrific
odds to build a square-dealin' cat cattletown
tletown cattletown Virginia Mayo is the
As a department store em employee.
ployee. employee. Debbie Reynolds finds a
baby on .1 door step. As the boss s
son, Eddie Fisher thinks Debbie
is the mother.j As the boss. Adol Adolphe
phe Adolphe Menjou thinks Eddie
is the father This sets the stage
for the madcap musical "Bundle
of Joy," showing Sunday and
Monday at the Florida
"Fantasia." Walt Disney s uni unique
que unique combination of Bach. Beetho Beethoven
ven Beethoven r and Mickey Mouse, starts
Tuesday at the Florida Against
the background music of the blas blasters,
ters, blasters, the animated antics prove
to be as entertaining as ever.
Kappa Kappa Psi
Names New Officers
Kappa Kappa Psi. honorary
band fraternity* elected its new
! slate of officers for the nex* yea
Serving as president is Robert
Gunn; vice president. Pete Rau Rautenstrauch:
tenstrauch: Rautenstrauch: secretary. Brll < e
Fairchild: treasurer, Grady Bvir Bvir'
' Bvir' leson; aud historian, James Valk.

The Florida Alligator, Friday, April 5, 1957

FBK Speakers Set
For Tours Monday

Wghty-ouc student speakers will
Cover almost 12,000 miles next
week during Florida Blue Key
Speakers Bureau tout's which
tart on monday.
TV speakers, divide into 72
groups, will talk to 25 high
schools, HO civic clubs, two bar
associations, two alumni clubs
amd make one television ap appearance
pearance appearance In Daytona Beach.
Groups will travel to $4 cities
and towns Covering the en entire
tire entire state from Miami to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and from Daytona Be-
eh to Panama City.
Seven additional speakers were
added to replace thoee unable s o
make the tour* The new ap appointments
pointments appointments included Murray Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, Joe Lewis, Clyde Wells,
Joe Chapman, Phyllis Koumjian.
Harry Kersey and Jo Ann House Houseman.
man. Houseman.
Bureau Director Steve Ses- j
sums Joined Florida Blue Key j
President Tom Byrd in wish- j
tng the s|eakers success on the
tours which the University ad administration
ministration administration recognize as one of
Its best public relations pro-
Both men emphasized to the
speakers that as representa representatives
tives representatives of the University, they
were the best liaison between i

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Leave New York July 1 by air: France, England,
Holland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Monaco, Italy.
30-day or 45-day trip New York to New York $1 I 50 or
$1350 conducted by Dr. E Bourbousson. Write for
itinerary, E. Aubrey Box 5081 Tolbert Hall, Univ Fla.,
Gainesville. Phone FR 2-9190. Leave a message if 1
om not in.
LUNCH 11:30-1:30 55e
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Monday through Friday
bring out that hidden beauty
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1639 W. University Are.
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1 i i
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classmates are wearing
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it and the people of the state
and thus their job was an, ini- j
portent one.
Otheis on the 1957 Speakei s
bureau staff who worked with Ses Sessums
sums Sessums include John Price, asst.
chmn.; Terrell Sessurns, procure procurement:
ment: procurement: Ray Lindsey, asst, procure procurement,
ment, procurement, Shep Lesser, training;
Tom McAliley, research: Dave
Willing, brochure: Dan Hackel,
publicity, Steve Traiman. asst,
publiicity: and an FBK advisory
committee which include Tom
Byrd, FBK president; Steve Ses Sessums.
sums. Sessums. J. Pappa Hall, John Pattil Pattil:
: Pattil: 10, Tom McAliley and Randolph
1 Bentley.
Deadline Today
| For History Quiz
Deadline for entering the radio
American History quiz is todav
All undergraduate students are
eligible to compete in the History
quiz contest which will be broad broadcast
cast broadcast at 7:15 p.m. on four Tuesdays
beginning April 16. said Franklin
j A. Doty, contest chairman.
First prize will be a $25 savings
bond. Second prize will be sls
and third, $lO.

Page 3

Im Uglier Than You Are, Anyway
Everybody thinks he is uglier than everybody else so it seems. Some of the candidates for the
King t gly contvst here gather to pose for the Gator photographer. \ou can vote lor your favorite
ugly man on campus at a penny a vote, with all proceeds donated to eharit\. Seated is Bill Stanton,
ond 'second row, left to right, John Baxter, chemistry professor; Earl Norman, Kappa Kappa Psi; Tony ( a apodieasa,
podieasa, apodieasa, Newman Club, (Gator Photo).

' | f
King Ugly Contest Begins;
,j V '
Final Entry List Released

A complete list of contestants in;
the annual King Ugly Contest
was furnished today by Alpha Phi
Omega pi esident Bob Schilling.
Competing for the title are: Russ j
Hope (Kappa Sigma i; Warren Es-j
trin (Alpha Epsilon Pi); Bud Af Africano
ricano Africano (Lambda Chi Alpha); Billi
Stanton (Cavaliers); Julian Ho Howay
way Howay (Alpha Omega Pi*; Tony
Capodicasa (Newman Club);
John Phillips (Pi lambda Phi)U
I Mike Malloy (Kappa Epsilon);;
] Clyde Wells (Chi Phi*; Lane L.
Marshall (Sigma Chi); Leo Rock'
j (Pi Kappa Alpha); George Dem Demmy
my Demmy (Pi Kappa Phi); Dr. John
Baxter (chemistry' department i;
Professor John A. Penrod (C-3
department); Professor Clifton
; Yearly (C-l honor section); John
Hoffpauir (Delta Chi); and Jason
E. Norman (Kappa Kappa Psi.)
Sigma Delta Chi
Elects Officers;
Tapping Sloted
Joe Brown, a journalism junior
was elected president of Sigma
Delta Chi, national professional
journalistic fraternity, and took
office Tuesday with Alex Huteh Hutehrinaon.
rinaon. Hutehrinaon. vtce-pres ; Stan Eisenberg.
;sec.; and Tom Burchnell, treas
Brown is a member of Alpha
Gamma Rho and editor of the
I Florida College Farmer,
i Seventeen men were passed for ;
! bids by the fraternity after its
1 spring rush smoker Tues da v
Outgoing officers are Ed John Johnson,
son, Johnson, pres.; Dan Hackel. vice-pies.
'Brown, sec.; and Karl Wiekstrom.
i treas. M. G. Davis is faculty ad advisor.
visor. advisor.
Charges Lifted
On Professor
Disorderly conduct charges
against Paul J. Nawnocki, assoc associate
iate associate professor of electrical engi engineering.
neering. engineering. were dropped when the

* desper* complainant. Miss Phyllis Me-
Meehen, a secretary In the mi microbiology
crobiology microbiology Dept, failed to appear
m court Tuesday.
Miss McMeehen had signed an
affidavit against Nawrocki for al
ledgedlv slapping her two weeks
ago. Court proceedings had been
postponed a week ago so Naw Nawrocki
rocki Nawrocki rould get counsel
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Votes are one cent apiece and
all proceeds will go toward the
maintenance of several need and
! service scholarships. Schil ling
said. Balloting is being done m
the student service booth opposite
] the Hub. and will continue
j through April 12.
Chairmen forth event are
Jay Thai, publicity; Jim Doublev,
finance, and Nick Hladke. 00-or 00-or;
; 00-or; dinating chairman.
I Campus Offices
Slated to Close
During Easter
Most of the University of Flor Florida
ida Florida campus will close down dur during
ing during the Spring recess scheduled
this year from S:SO p.m. Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. April 18 to 7:40 a m. Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. April 23.
All mens dorms will re remain
main remain open during the break
while all womens dorms will
shot down. Girls wishing rooms
in Gainesville for the holidays
may con tael Hie off-campus re residence
sidence residence office. 787 Administra-
Hnn Bldg., and make arrange
Food Service will operate the
main cafeteria and the Campus
Club during the break with all
other campus eating establish establishments
ments establishments closed.
The Florida Union will close
. April 18 at 6 p.m. and operate
from 8-5 on the 19th Snd 20th of
April. Union activity \vill run on
regular hours on April aim.
Florida Gym and poo) will
close for the recess. Only inter international
national international students and Fla vet re residences
sidences residences will he allowed to
check wnt equipment for awe dor-
ing the recess.
(bmp Wauberg will remain
open at regular hours and the
universities libraries will run on
a holiday schedule (hiring the
All c&mpua activity will resume
regular hour* on April 23

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Police today arrested the foul
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When arrested, the hase serv servant
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Lets look at the events
leading up to this story. After
the holdup, the police quizzed
Victim Jones. Jones couldnt
identify the yegg. The wan wanton
ton wanton jackdaw who cabbaged my
cash wore a mask, said Jones.
The only distinguishing fea feature
ture feature about him was his shirt.
A beauty! The collar was ab absolutely
solutely absolutely free of wrinkles. Oh,
he was a neatone!
Meanwhile, the scoundrel,
knowing that his wrinkle-free
and enviably-neat collar w as a
dead giveaway, tried desper desper*


'Requiem' Slates 225-Voice Cast In Presentation

The Music Department, under
i the sponsorship of the Lyceum
Council, will present Verdi's 'Re 'Requiem''
quiem'' 'Requiem'' in the University Audi Auditorium
torium Auditorium on April 16 and 17 at 8:15
p. rn.
Jim Hodgins. student manager
for the Requiem," stated the
cast will total 225 people The
Men's and Womens Glee Clubs
and A Cappella Choir will feature
150 "smging voices The Univer University
sity- University Orchestra will comprise of
75 people.
The concert will he directed by
A. A. Beecher, professor of mu music.
sic. music.
Music Prof Edward C Preo-
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dor will conduct the .or'hestra.!
i stated Hodgins
Tlie "Requiem is composed
;o l seven parts and will take one
[hour and 20 minutes to play', said
. i
Following the campus perfor performance.
mance. performance. tite concert will perform
at the National Convention of Mu Music
sic Music Teachers of America In the
Miami Municipal Auditorium on
April 28.
According to Hodgins. this is

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(the firs* time the university has
been invited to share in the con confereni
fereni confereni e entertainment Hodgins
stated this is an honor for the
: univc -.ty."
The Requiem is a dramatic and
solemn musical setting in the Ro Roman
man Roman Catholic Mass Verdi, how howeve'-.
eve'-. howeve'-. employed a new manner o
this sacred music, and it has be become
come become acknowledge throughout the
world as a concert rather than a
church form.

the south's
college newspaper

Volume 49, Number 45

Kerrins 'Bloc-ed;' Beardsley Paces Gator Win

i I
Frolickers Await
Big Dance Tonight
French Theme Features Maltby,
Krupa; Concert Set Tomorrow
Gator Staff Writer
A double barreled blast, loaded with the combined
talfnts of the Richard Maltby orchestra and Gene K pu pupa's
pa's pupa's quartet, highlight the IFF sponsored Frolics pro program
gram program this weekend.

yfaltby and Krupa will afernate
at both dances in the gym tonight
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. and to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow from 8 p.m. to midnight,
and also at the concert tomorrow
afternoon from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.,
providing a continuous program
of music.
Maltby is currently recording
for an affiliate of RCA. His band
headed by a 13 man brass sec section
tion section and a 13 man string section,
! ... Plays for Frolics
Trailer Group
To Discuss Plan
Student trailer owners will meet
at 8 p.m. today in the Florida
Union Social Room, Dick King,
president of the organization, said.
All old business will be cleared
up at this meeting, according to
The meeting will be restricted
to members of the group, or those
who desire to join. King state
Payment bf $lO. to be used as a
deposit when a new park opens,
will decide the membership, he
Those trailer owners who have
not paid the fee bift wish to join
the group may do so at this meet meeting,
ing, meeting, King pointed out.
The meeting with Business Ad Administration
ministration Administration Dean Donald J. Hart
last Thursday was very encour encouraging,
aging, encouraging, King said. Hart gave
suggestions on writing a summary
of accomplishments and future
plans of the organization, accor according
ding according to King.
Hart, head of a committee on
campus land distribution, saidj
the summary would be, placed
first on the agenda when the com
mlttee meets Monday, King stat stated.
ed. stated.
At the committee's meeting the I
following Monday, the 'summary:
will be discussed with represen-1
tatives of the trailer group, Knv
added. <
Walter Snell,' student body
commissioner of veteran's affairs!
and a Law School senior, is hand handling
ling handling the legal aspects of the suna-
marv. :
He has been a great help at
these meetings (with University;
officials!King said

Karl Gluck Takes Detour- Winds Up in Italy



t is highly regarded by both pop pop
- pop ular and jazz critics alike.
Krupa first gained fame play play
play ing with such well known artists
as Red Nichols and Benny Good Good,
, Good, man and has had his own band
since 193*. The quartet will olav
. mostly in a jaaz vein and will
stick to what is known in the field
as head arrangements."
As part of the all new" show
which the IFC is promising at the
Saturday concert. Maltby's band
.will feature a vocalist along with
i a "different type of music, ac ac[
[ ac[ cording to Bill Maddox, chairman
I of the Frolics committee
* *
The Florida (iym will be decor decorated
ated decorated in a French theme for
the dances. Concessions, tables,
and chairs will be set up in the
basement and music will be pip-:
ed in.
As an added attraction at tiie
Saturday's concert, the name of
the new Miss University of Flor Florida
ida Florida and her court will be announ announced
ced announced by Don Allen, chairman of
the contest.
Tickets for the dance sell for
$3.30 per couple. Concert tickets
cost 73 cents, available at the In Information
formation Information booth Fraternity men
will receve their tickets. through
their individual houses.
The Frolics fraternity schedule
is: Friday. April 5: Alpha Fpsi- 1
lon Phi. Chi Phi. Delta Sigm a Phi.
Delta Tau Delta. Kappa Sigma,
Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Gamma
Delta, Phi, Sigma Kappa, Pi Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Alpha, Pi Lambda Phi. Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Sigma Chi Tan
Epsilon Phi, and Theta Chi.
Saturday, April 6; Alpha Gam Gam>j
>j Gam>j na Rho. Alpha Tau Omega. Beta
j Theta Pi, Delta Chi, Kappa Al :
[ pha t Phi Delta Theta, Phi Kappa
[Tau? Pi Kappa Phi, Sigma Nu. Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Phi Epsilon, Tau Kappa
; Epsilon. Sigrna Alpha Mu and
: Delta Upsilon.
II For Trianon
Still Available
' Trianon membership applicat applicat!
! applicat! ions will be avaliabcl at the Flo Flo
Flo riefa Union desk through next I
Thursday, according to Lallie
Kain, presiden t
Academic requirements fVr
membership in the women's h >e >eorary
orary >eorary leadership and service fra fra;
; fra; temity are five semesters of col college
lege college work (minimum of 70 hours), jj
three semesters of which must (
have been at the University; and
a .2 overall average above the
tall women's average for the nre nre!
! nre! vious year. Last years all wo wo-1
-1 wo-1 men's average was 2.3740.
Other requirements include par-
ticipation in one field of extra extracurricular
curricular extracurricular activity and recom recomj
j recomj mendation bv an officially recog recognized
nized recognized University organization.
Application blanks must be fil filj
j filj led out and returned to the Union
desk by Thursday. An organi organij
j organij zation may recommend as many
girls aj H desires.

Karl Gluck is m Italy.
What started out as a daring
bicycle ride to South America
several weeks ago. has evident evidently
ly evidently wotind up as a boat ride to
Livemo. Italy, according to a
communique received from
Gluck last weekend.
Everyone remembers Karl
He was the one who "arrang "arrangf
f "arrangf ed" for the "Russian ches-s
team" to plav a tournament
with a IF chess team, and
then followed through on the 1
hoax after the story was inad inadvertently
vertently inadvertently published in the Alli Alligator.
gator. Alligator. Author of many campus
hoaxes, he was the individual individualist
ist individualist of ndividualists
Gluck left Clearwater several
weeks ago with nothing but a
f#vr sandwiches, a little rronev.

Eddie Beardsley, Student-Body President Elect
Eddie Beardsley, president-elect of the student body, hears fin* final election returns as the croud
assembles in Bryan Lounge late last night to congratulate him on his \iotory. M.atnr Photo
Peel Material Met Star Nadine Conner
Goes to Press Here Monday for Lyceum
Final material for the spring
issue of the Orange Peel will be Nadine Con - er Metropolitan Opera star, will be presented in a
,sent to the printer Monday, edi- 4 orn crl proglam by the Lyceum Council next Monday night at 8
tor Bill Grayson announced this 0 <-'lock in Florida Gymnasium.
Distribution date of the maga-! This will be the last of the
zine will depend upon the print- 1956-57 Lyceum Council presen presenei-'s
ei-'s presenei-'s speed in handling the job. Wfe
~ i .1 . i tations. Tickets are available
Grayson estimated that it. would j % ,ie
be finished by the end of this > the public at the door, and
month. students are admitted free of
Material for the magazine was MBljlf % charge upon showing their iden idenapproved
approved idenapproved by a student govern- tification raids,
ment committee last week. Llovd
Russell was chairman of the group j which found that all the copy and leaie from the Metropolitan
j cartoons submitted met the spec j will Bin S tr m a selection of
i ifications set up after the fall is- 1 opera and folk songs during the
sue of the humor magazine was two-houV concert, according to
banned. aft '/ M
Other members of the commit- JS Lon a,nc Hayes, publicity chair chairiee
iee chairiee which reviewed the proposed man.
contents of the Peel were: Rav : Miss Connei recently corn
Lindsey. John Strickland Chuck pleteri an engagement in Haw-
Ruffner. and Anne Mosejy. NADINE CONNER aii where she sang with the
Chuck Runnc. business miina- ... To Perform Here National ( ; rt ek Svmphonv Oi Oiger
ger Oiger of the Peel, stated that this 4 ..
issue would have nearly l times chestra She was solo,si with
the amount of advertising than the German Art Exhibit ,' > ?! 1< ,ni i,
. , vjciium.i hAinuM ance at the University of Ha Halast
last Halast issue. It will contain from
32 to 40 pages, with 4500 to 6000 b, fed U van., last fall,
copies to be printed. An exhibition of German archi- ell known for radio and tel-
Plans ire to print the maxi- jteotufe is on view until April 19 evision appearances with the
mum number of copies possible in Building U. Voice of Firestone and the Rail Railwithin
within Railwithin the budget. Organized by the League of* toad Hour, Miss Conner recent- ;
German Architects, the show is lv starred, in the Mets produc- j
Band Concert Planned sponsored in this count!y by the tion of "La Boheme."
vuiivcn lanneu German Kmb ssV oope! ( The Lyceum Council has pre prel-itin
l-itin prel-itin American music will he with the Arneri in Institute of Ar sented a of con confeatured
featured confeatured when the Gator Band ( hitects *erts this year. 'rom jazz
presents a program honoring The exhibit consists of m?. pho groups to The next
Pan American Day next Wed- [tographs showing the work of presentation will be sometime
nesday night at 6:45 in the Pin [German architects since \\ lei in the fall, c cording to Riley
za of the Americas. War IT Bi n e. president

and an intention to
peddle all the way to South
Newspapers covered Glucks
departure and his every move
was anxiously awaited.
None knew how this former
Gator student would rommuni rommuniicate
icate rommuniicate with his friends. Some
looked to the sky for messages
via carrier pigeon. Others look-'
ed to the sea for water soaked 1
Finally the answer came last
weekend in a simple. Italian
postcard, penned to Robert Vi I
eee. a former roommate of
Gluck s.
It, reads, in part:
"Dear Robert:
Ha\ing a wonderful time
Wish you were here m order

University of FloridaGainesville, Florida

to enjoy the good times* with
me. Good health and best wish wishes
es wishes i signed i Gluck
Needless to say. the above
was written in Italian.
Also on the card was \ state statement
ment statement that he would be in New
Orleans on April 6. Vilece snec sneculated
ulated sneculated that Gluck must have
j gottefi as far as Louisiana on
his bike, and then got a job on
a ship pheaded for Italy.
Evidently, he is going to work
his way back. Vilece speculat speculat;
; speculat; ed.
Gluck offered no explanation
' of why he changed his plans
or -what he intends to do when
he returns.
Perhaps he may continue on
to South America. Then again,
back to Italy.
You never can tell with Gluck.

Eddie Tops Opponent 2684-2155,
As 4839 Vote; Gator Takes Posts
Gator Stall \\ riter*
Eddie Beardsleys bloc advantage held yesterday as the Gator Party Candidate
defeated Universitys Dick Kerrins 2684 to 2155 for the presidency of the student
body. .
A total of 4839 votes were cast in the election.

[ion McCall ,(G). 2677. was elect elected
ed elected to the vice president spot over
Hex Harper (Ut. 1932.
Seeietarv-tredsurei was won by
Bob Shaffer (Gl, 2318, defeating
Eddie Heller ila, 2231.
Bob Graham (Gi, 2579 defeat defeated
ed defeated Doug McMillan. iU>, 1967. tor
Chancellor of the Honor Court.
Clerk of the Court was taken by
Ralph Lambert iGi. 2390 over
Hyatt Brown (LD, 2136.
"1 rn mighty proud to be presi president
dent president of the Student Body," Beard Beardsley
sley Beardsley saidafter being earned on
shoulders through a cheering
crowd in Bryan Lounge of Florida
The winner told the crowd and
radio audience, "If were going
to have a really goixl Student
Government next .yen we ll ne. 'd
the help of every student on
"1 think Kerrins ran a wonder wonderful
ful wonderful race," Beardsley said.
Kerrins received a strong ova ovation
tion ovation as he conceded the race at
9:16. After congratulating Beard Beardsley.
sley. Beardsley. Kerrins said. "This cam campaign
paign campaign showed that the individual
does count, and I think my party
made a good showing."
"I would like to offer my ser services
vices services in an\ way they may v be
needed next year, Kerrins eDe eDeluded.
luded. eDeluded.
Joe Bechtol, (G.L 2477. edged
out Riley Brice. tUI. 2074. for
president of the Lyceum Council.
Winning Members were. Carolyn I
Bell. (Os, 2510. A1 Knapp, (G)
2380 Pat Murphy. iG}.' 2400, and
Mary Poynter, Ralph Carey. (U >. 1859. Jean Col Collins.
lins. Collins. i IT), 2020 Sonny Kenney,
|(Ui, 2171. and Mary Lou Usina.
i(U). 1856.
Winners of tile Board of Stu Stu'
' Stu' dent Publications positions we e
Don Allen iGi. 2538. Bill (Lay (Layson
son (Layson (G), 2740. and Dan Hackel
1(G). 2552, who defeated Bob Chal-j
om ( U) 1655, and' Dave Levy. (U),|
L 1862.
Athletic Council president is
I George Pennington, 4389, and Joe!
Heyck. 4279, was elected vice;
president. Members are Tom
Clark. 1306. and Charlie Mitchell.
1269. All four candidates were co j
Reggie Kurfiss. (Gl, 201, de defeated
feated defeated Jim Alderman. (U), 163,
for Honor Court Justice.
Winners of the Executive Coun Counoil
oil Counoil spots were Ramon Boswell,
(G), 209. Jane Phifer. (G), 228, I
John Philpot. (Gl 197. and Mar-i
ty Howell (U 177 over Tom
Doran, (ID. 148. John Strickland.
: . j i
Gator Broadcast
Draws Over 1000
Over 1000 spectators, politico j
ans and candidates crammed Bry Bryan
an Bryan Lounge last night to watch the
voting results broadcast by the
Gator election party between 7:45
and 10 p.m.
The results were broadcast j
; over WRUF as they were certi-!
fied by the honor, court officials,
and released to Dan Hackel. in
charge of the election party, and
Don Allen. Gator staff writer.
A re-hash of the election was
carried over WRUF at 11:15. giv giving
ing giving final returns on all campus campuswide
wide campuswide and College returns. The
election party is an annual event
sponsored by the Florida Allipat Allipat:or
:or Allipat:or with the cooperation of Stu-
I dent Government.


(Ur 153. Mickey VYhittingslow.
(Ui, 166 and .Joe Flanagan (G)
- Ed Rich. (G). 606. and Jim
Wood. iGv 637, won over Ruth
- Dyer. \Ui 560'and Jan King )U),
166. for Honor Court Justices.
Winners in the Executive Coun Coun>'
>' Coun>' ill race were Blair Culpepper,
(G. 692. Ken Eaton. (Gl. 657.
Geary Martin, (G). 592. Helene
. Pardoll.i iG), 612, Mary Pearce,
(Gi. 637 Sandy Rooks. iG). 620,
i Pete Ross. (G), 667 Emy Sellers
' (G) 586 Eniorv Weatherly, G,
603. and Lamar Woodard (Gl. 6LO,
over Ann Bartlett, (Ui! 473. Keith
Campbell. (U), 483, Barbara. El El;
; El; liott. iU i 481, J3UI Handers, (Ui
517. .Judy Machamer, (U). 499.
[ June Peacock. (U). 492, Gordon
i Pittman. (Ui, 469. Joe Schwartz,
(Ui. 482 and Bill Trickel lU),
Lloyd Cooper. 72. won Honor
Court justice while Jack Dy- ;
al, 62, and Roger MeCaskill, 66. :
.; took the Executive Council posts, i
! All three candidates were coen-J
Joel Smith iG), 20, beat Ralph
Corbett (Ut. 8. for Executive
Joe'Chapman (G i. 784, and
Fred Frofiock (Gl. 765. beat out
BUI Hollingsworth iUi. 673. and
Bill Holt 1 1' i 593. for Honor Court
Executive Council winners were
Lewis Garfield tGi. 734. Hugh
: McArthur iG>. 738. Shelley My Myers
ers Myers (G). 761. Bob Parks iG),i
805, Bob Poole (Gl, 828. Norma ;
iSaha iGi, 843, Jack Sites (G).,
1792, Sandy Spaulding (G). 741, and
, Guy Spicola (GJ, 777. Losers were
Anne Booke (U), 651, Tom Bridg Bridges
es Bridges (U), 581, Mike Broadus ilJl.j
521, Linda Dickenson (U), r*68,1
Robert de Grandcourt (U), 508.
j Walt Hardesty (U), 657, Clifford;
| Landers ftf), 527, Beverly Malin,

HJ), 550, and Terry McDaws fUl.'j
! 537. ; t
Richard Jackson. 361, Btirwell
Jordan ITT. 352. and Arnold Knt- i
Jterhenry, 372, were all 00-endprs- j
l ed for Executive Council.
Alan McCormick. 156, Archie
; McKendree, 159, both candidates
were coendorsed for the Execu Execuj
j Execuj tive Council.
Tom McDonald (Ui, 193, defeat defeatled
led defeatled George Summers j for Honor Court Justice.
Bill Crews (Gi. 201. Jim Horn Horner
er Horner iUJ 563. and Daniel Goodson I
(Gi, 177. won over Wes Mills
(G), 172. and Norman Wyckoff,
(U) 167. for Executive Council;
' posts
Donna Lambert (U), Bft, won
over Jane Perdigon Honor Court Justice.
Executive Council pinners arc
j Nancy Cox, (G). 104. Maddy Pa-;
lav (Ui. 93, Ray Chancy (U), 91.1
and Bev Kessler fUV S 9. Loser!
was Pat Maner fG>, 72
Carl Abbott (O). 54. and Bob:
Goodwin . 47. defeated Willi-1
am Lynch (U), 45; for Executive
: Council
Mac McCormick, (G). 102. de de,
, de, featerl Bill Harden, iti, y fori
Honor Court Justice

Karen Berls (Gi. 92 and Her Her-1
-1 Her-1 men Hendricks (Gi. 92 won out:
over George H Cooper, HJ). so.,
and John Metis. (Xh. 46. for Ex-
ecutive Council positions
Koi Honor Court Justice. Joel
Wahl berg. iGi. 26. defeated lo loann
ann loann Perrvrnan itJc in
At press time Zeke Shumaker
,, were
tied for the Executive Coiinm!
, post with 19 votes each. However.
there was one absentee vote .-pill
.withholding which will probably.,
I decide Lhe election.
Education Professor
i Siotes Talk Tonight
Dr. Arthur W. Combs. College
of Education professor, will talk
at the final workshop of Class-
Teachers at 7:30 tonight at
P.K Yonge Auditorium. His top topic
ic topic will be Guidance Role of the
Classroom Teacher. 1
The general session begins at 7
oclock, followed by workshop;
groups which teachers have at attended
tended attended for rredit.

11,000 students
in university
of florida

Friday, April 5. 1957

t Joe Brown (G), 74 won over
Harry Raulstohe (Ui. 34 for Ex
{frcutlve Council.
Edward Westmark iUi. 37, and
Russell Wilson ,tl? t. 37 won un
opposed for Executive Courted po positions
sitions positions

Nobody Knew,
Nobody Cared
About Election
Both Parties Failed
To Stir Up Campaign;
Leaders were Lacking
Gator Political Analyst
Nobody knew nothing
yesterday in the Student
Government elections.
It was harder to get an Opin Opinion
ion Opinion on how the big iace between
Beardsley and Kerrins was go going
ing going than, turning off My Fair
Lady in the company of Walter
McGrath and Steve Werber.
Everyone was sure that the
students were turning out to
vote for the respective puities,
Gator for Beardsley and Uni University
versity University for Kerrins. but nobony
j would venture who was winning.
The situation was strange on
election day considering the lack lackluster
luster lackluster campaign which bordered
on a political senility. Blue
League fraternities have con conjured
jured conjured more spirit in an intra intramural
mural intramural bout than the two parties
displayed in two weeks of poop poopsheeting.
sheeting. poopsheeting.
* *

If there was any more inter-.
est in the dorms than on the
campus -at-large and in the class class|
| class| rooms it wasn't obvious. Fra Fra:
: Fra: temity men claimed they would
| be glAd when the elections were
| over but they didnt know why.
Campaign workers and poll
watchers yesterday bordered
on lackadaisical knownothing knownothingism.
ism. knownothingism. The only] smiles were those
on the faces of the fnlly-frocked
sorority checkoff workers.
Yet the students converged on
the voting booths like east side
| partisans in Florida Field at
2 p.m. on game day,
Perhaps it was the advent
of spring, whidh blossomed
forth Wednesday with typical
Springtime weather (the days
| hot and the nights cool).
The sun splashed down on
the voters at 12 different loca localions
lions localions on the campus with the
largest, steadiest voting at the
Hub. where sophomores and
arts; and sciences students vot voted.
ed. voted.
* <
There were some old politic.!-
ans who were happy that ail
they had to do was vote. 1
Like Bob Davenport, who wa*
trounced last Spring bv Fleteh Fleteh,
, Fleteh, er Fleming, and replied to the
1 question on how things were go gong
ng gong as, Great. Just great."
Everyone on the campus
knew it was election day. but
i there were still some questions
' being posed: What nartv are

v TTHtti p you in? Aren't the SAEs in
our party?
In the past tfieie were those
campaign workers who had
worked theirsejves into such ,t
frenzy by election day tOlio*
ing ten days of hectic, helte.
skelter politics, they want,
know nothing more than wheie
the party was going to be after
the returns came in on election
Nobody but nobody wanted or
cared wheie the victory lau-.ts
ot loser's tears would be dis displayed
played displayed last night after the Al Alligators
ligators Alligators results on the election
had been announced.
* *
It was generally conceded
that the Gator Party, with a
900 vote block, would take the
elections going away.-Some said
that the Beardsley-Kerrins race
Would be close. Others thought
the Lambert-Brown and Heller-
Shaffer contests could go either
Personable Steve Serums
who chose to wait a year b-
(Con tinned on Page PINF)

Florida Trackmen j
Meet Georgia Tech
Twenty members of Floridas track team left for Atlanta, Ga..
this morning to take part in a dual meet tomorrow afternoon with
Georgia Tech. It will be the first taste of Southeastern Conference
competition this season for the Gators, defending SEC champions.

The strongest Tech entry at the
meet will be weight-man Fred
Berrran, who last week wop both
the shot put and the discus at the
Florida Relays to win the coveted
Kearney-Raybun award. Ber Berman
man Berman tossed the shot 55 feet, 2 and
i, 2 inches, a new Florida Relays
Coach Percy Beard will be re relying
lying relying on four Gator thinelads to
provide most of the points tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. The four are team captain |
Lincoln Knowles, Jim Smith, Da David
vid David Jones and Bob O'Dare.
Knowles will run in the high and
low hurdles and the 440 yard re relay.
lay. relay. Smith will participate in the
dashes and the low hurdles. Jones
will be entered in the 220 and the

Handball Semis Scheduled for IL

Westminster meets S.C.B.A.
and C.L.O. will face the Cavaliers
in the semi-finals of Independent
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| 440 and will be anchor man on
! the mile relay team. ODare will
run the 880 ind the mile and a
leg of the mile relay.
Two of Florida s standouts. El El!
! El! lis Goodloe and Winfield Willis.
: are still nursing injuries and may
not take part in tomorrow's mee.
Goodloe. a sprinter, is still bo bo:
: bo: thered by a sprained groin mus musj
j musj cle, and Beard has indicated that*
; he may be saved for next weeks
(meet with Florida State
* Willis, who throws the shot put I
and the discus, sprained a neck
| muscle last week and is still feel feeling
ing feeling ill effects.
A freshman meet will precede
tomorrow's varsity meet.

i League handball on Monday.
Westminster gained its berih
| via a forfeit from Flavet II after
. a first round bye while S.C.B.A.
! downed the Kadets, 2-1.
For 5.C.8.A., Brown topped
Stine, 21-15, 21-15; and Garron and
Britton defeated Rainey and Mey Meyers,
ers, Meyers, 21-18. 21-15. Batts downed 1
I Kimball. 21-2. 21-10, for the lone
I Kadet win
I C.L.O. blanked Georgia Seagie,
I 2-0 to reach the semis, after
I taking a first round forfeit from
I B.S.U. DHaeseleer topped But
| ledge. 21-6. 21-0, and Chosines ;
[ earned with Kydon to defeat;
| Stroub and Sherry. 21-6. 2 1 6. foi
I' trie C.L.O. wins.

'Gator Netfers,
Still Unbeaten,
Vie FSC, Miami
Florida's undefeated tennis
team will try to extend its win winning
ning winning streak to 12 straight this
weekend when it goes on the road j
j to meet two intra-state foes.
The squad will be in Lakeland
this afternoon for a match with
Florida Southern and then moves
to Coral Gables for a match
with highly-regarded Miami.
The Hurricanes, perennially onej
of the top teams in the nauon.
lost their first match in 'hrec
years earlier this season when
they bowed to Presbyterian, 5-1.
j It was the first loss for Miami in
73 contests.
Pacingthe Canes in singles are;
| veterans Eddie Rubanoff and Har Har|
| Har| ry Rosen.
The Gator attack will be led by
singlesmen Dick Leslie and Bud- j
dy Husband, number one and two
players respectively. Both are un-
I be'aten this season
1 Leslie and Husband spearhead spearheadi
i spearheadi ed Florida Tuesday as it rang up j
1 its tenth straight victory, shutting!
i out Howard University, 9-0.
j Leslie easily defeated Carlton
Cook. 6-1. 6-2.' Husband was ex extended
tended extended slightly but had little dif difficulty
ficulty difficulty with Don McDougal, 8-6.
A match scheduled for Monday
with Murray State was rain:?
UF Sports
i lahaswee
TENNISMiami at Coral Ga Gables
bles Gables
TRACK Georgia Tech at
Atlanta, Ga.

Beta, Phi Tau, AEPi
In Blue Loop Play-offs

League-leading Beta Theta Pi
drew the playoff bye and will
meet the winner of yesterday's
Phi Kappa Tau- Alpha Epsilon Pi
match for the Blue League volley volleyball
ball volleyball crown Monday.
| The Betas took four straight
win* to top bracket one with a
clinching 15-5, 15-5. decision over
Phi Sigma Kappa Wednesday-
Other victories came over Lamb Lambda
da Lambda Chi, 15-5, 15-2; Delta Sigma
Phi. 15-1. 15-2: and Sammy via
Phi Sigma Kappa took runner runnerup
up runnerup spot with a 3-1 record. The
Phi Sigs notched wins over Lamb Lambda
da Lambda Chi. Delta Sig and Sammy
i plus the loss to Beta
Phi Tau won bracket two with
a 4-0 slate which included vic vic!
! vic! tories over Thta Chi, 15-12, 15-
4; Pi Kappa Phi, 15-3. 15-2; Chi
! Phi, 15-11, 15-8: and Phi Gamma,
j Delta. 15-4. 15-7.
i Chi Phi was runner-up with
with three wins plus the loss to
Ph; Tau. Decision came over
Pi Kap, Theta Chi. and Phi
GAM. j
AEPi notched three straight
wins to top bracket three, down downing
ing downing Delta Chi, 15-3, 17-15: Alpha!
Gamma Rho, 15-13. 15-10 and
Tau Ka.ppa Epsilon, 14-16. 15-2, (
Second spot we it to AGP. with
j two wins and its loss to AEPI.
The AGRs dropped Teke, 15 6.
15 7, and Delta Chi, 15-11. 15-12
Colt starts Monday with Delta
i Sig meeting Pi Kap. AGR facing
Chi Phi, Delta Chi vieing Theta
Chi and AEPi playing SAM.
BASEBALL F.S.U. at Talla Tallaha-ssee
ha-ssee Tallaha-ssee
TENNlSFlorida Southern at

Baseball Team Plays FSU
In Two-Game Set at Tally
Alligator Sports Editor
Bolstered by unexpected strength in the pitching department, '.! > Florida base baseball
ball baseball team journeys to Tallahassee today for a two-game .series \ .t !i tin- Sen;mole.- o.t
Florida State.

I The first game will be played
j tohight with the second game slat-!
ed for tomorrow afternoon.
Burt Touchberry, appare n t 1 y
fully recovered from the broken
' finger he suffered in February,
has drawn tonight's starting no noi
i noi mination from coach Dave F iiliar.
jTouchberry made his first ap appearance
pearance appearance of the season last Fri Friday
day Friday against Kentucky and twirl twirli
i twirli ed two-hit ball for seven innings
las the Gators rolled to an easy
1 22-0 win. j
Although Fuller has not official officially
ly officially named .tomorrow's pitcher, in |
j dications point to either Wes Lar Larson
son Larson or Buckv Williams,
i Larson, who is still adjusting to j
j his new role as a starter he was)
used exclusively in relief last I
: season has started strong in both
his outings this season*, But he
! weakened in the middle innings
l and was knocjked out. of the box
on both occasions.
, Williams, possessor of a 1-2 re rej
j rej cord, allowed Kentucky only four
hits Saturday, hut lack of sup sup,
, sup, port at the plate by his team teammates
mates teammates led to his downfall.
* l*
The Gators brought their sea season's
son's season's record to 4-6 Tuesday with
; a stunning 2-lj victory over Wake
Forest. The contest went ten inn innings
ings innings and was broken up in dra-
I matie fashion with a single by
pinch-hitter Bernie Parrish with
i the bases loaded in the last of the

No-hitfer Sparks
Dorm SB Action
Morris Stephens pitched a no nohitter
hitter nohitter for Fletcher K to spotlight
action in Dorm League son ball j
play this wreck.
Stephens, hurled his no hi'terj
Sledd G a* the Kats
picked up an 8-0 decision and I
their second straight victory to*
move out in front in bracket
three play. He allowed only six;
men to reach base and collected I
two singles to aid his cause.
The other Fletcher victory
; came as Tolbert 2 forfeited.
Buckman B won a forfeit deci decision'over
sion'over decision'over Sledd G in other brac bracket
ket bracket three acflon.
Thomas and Grove were both
victorious to move into -a tie for
the lead in bracket one.
Grove Hall took a forfeit vic victory
tory victory over Dorm I and Thomas
downed Dorm J. 8-0, behind
1 Sweet man's six-hit pitching
Sweetman aided his own cause
j with a grand slam homer in the
fifth inning.
j Bracket four has Buckman D
and South 4 tjed for first place
with one victory each. Buckman;
passed Dorm M on a forfeit
while South 4 was pounding out a
10-5 victory over South 1. taking
j advantage of seven walks and
- some timely hitting from Tumlin
1 to notch the victory.
South 1 downed Dorm M. 23-5.
I in other bracket four action or on- j
lv six hits, making the most of
: 21 walks and eight errors to roll
! up their victory.
. I

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to the dismay of roach Fuller.
Finding' himself without an ade adequate
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however, Fuller gate the nod to
Parrish, who smashed the very
first pitch to right-center to drive
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slint. H< u relieve 1 f.a t
bv Sid Smith. who eventually
picked up the victory;
1 Tile name Hits nut without its
sober moments though Fits;
(baseman Tom Clark suffered a
!ti ,n time.l ail:i when lie collided
. with .11 Wake Fores! runner on a
(close play at fiist
( Clark, who will he out for al
ini si the remainder o! the .season.
! will be hard t.o replace. He was
(the second leading batter on t'c
te- nr with n hefty .Ilk aver ige.
Os the. remaining regfilars, only
three' are hitting over the .300
mark. Shortstop Russ Maxcv
Heads tlie Gators at .357 while
second baseman Dick Marlowe ;
(batting .325. Parrish has been up
only nine times but has collect collected
ed collected four hits for a average.


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Florida Alligator, Friday, April 5, 1957

$N Reaches Finals
Sn Volleyball Action

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Tno Snakes Won tint KC Tv.
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