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STUDENT BODY ELECTION I
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Qualification Deadline Set
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For Individual Candidates

Beecher Selects
Solo Quartet For
Verdi 'Requiem'
The solo studenfcquartet for Ver Verdis
dis Verdis Requiem, to be presented
here April 16-17 in University Au Auditorium,
ditorium, Auditorium, was selected last week
by Dr. A. A. Beecher, who will
direct the production.
Primary auditions, held three
weeks ago, resulted in the selec selection
tion selection of two quartets. Os these,
the one chosen for performance
is Phyllis Edge, senior and vet veteran
eran veteran musician- soprano; Bar Barbara
bara Barbara Springer, who gave her
senior recital last week, mez mezzo
zo mezzo soprano; ,1. T. Rawlins, a
Junior who played in last years
musical Cinderella, tenor;
and Charles Biggs, a senior who
also sang in Cinderella. bari baritone.
tone. baritone.
The alternate quartet is Ann
Henderson, soprano; June Card,
mezzo-soprano. Bill Wood, tenor;
and Blair Jarrett. bass.
A faculty quartet conifiosed of
Jane Sterrctt, soprano; Anna
Lupkfewfcz, mezzo soprano; John
Park, tenor; and Clem Boat Boatright,
right, Boatright, baritone; will sing one of
the two campus performances
and final selection will be made
from the eight singers for the
jierformance, April 28.
By request of the Southern Mus Music
ic Music Educators the concert will be
performed at their convention in
the Miami Municipal Auditorium.

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Door Shuts Tomorrow; Poop Law Up;
Officials Sought for April 4: Hicks
By LES CIiEMENS
Gator Staff Writer
Each candidate for election under the Constitution and Laws of
the Student Body must personally qualify himself prior to 5 p.m. to to|
| to| morrow with the Secretary-Treasurer of the Student Body, Florida
1 Union.

Secretary of Interior Jim Hicks
! stated each candidate shall be
personally responsible for ascer ascertaining
taining ascertaining his elegibillty for office
| with the registrar prior to this
deadline.
The registrar, lliek said, shall
certify back to his office names
of candidates that mr-et all re requirements
quirements requirements as to hours, honor
points, class and college. Can Candidates
didates Candidates who fail to qualify will
be looked out on the voting
machines and prevented from
seeking office, Hicks said.
Hicks stated political party
chiurmen agreed poop sheets
Sales Demonstration
Set for Sales Club
A "door-to-door sales demon demonstration
stration demonstration will be given at the meet meeting
ing meeting of the Sales C.ub tonight
7 in room 218. Florida Union.
Bert Whitefield, Jacksonville
branch manager of the Fuller
Brush 00.. will have one of his
salesmen present an actual de demonstration
monstration demonstration of the company's
famous "door-to-door sales tech technique.
nique. technique.

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, may be placed under doors of
rooms in mens but not womens
. dormitories. These sheets may
! be distributed to women at the
main lounge of their residence
halls.
No popp sheets will be stuff-
ed into message boxes and doorj
ito door campaigning will cease ;
( after 11 p.m. in dormitories,
Hicks said.
j
I Anyone interested in serving as
j an election official may apply at
, the Student Government Office,
' Florida Union, between the hours j
1 of 2 and 5 p.m., Monday through
Friday. Hicks said polls will be
iOpen from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., April
4. Many election officials will be
needed, Hicks stated.
However, Hicks said, No
election official can be a can candidate
didate candidate for office, delegate or re representative
presentative representative to or for any poli
tical party.
; Green boards for posters will
be erected on campus this
3 week. Hicks stated equal space
will be allotted on the boards
for each party.
Students can not remove any
' campaign material from the
, boards unless they have an au au!
! au! thorized card issued by the Sec- j
I retarv of Interior.
j
Dr. Conglefcn fro
Attend Conclave
Dr J K. Congleton. Dept, of
English, will function as co cochairman
chairman cochairman of a workshop on
Composition for the Inadequate Inadequately
ly Inadequately Prepared Students at the 1957
Annual Spring Meeting of the
Conference on College Composi Composij
j Composij tion and Communication. Thurs Thurs!
! Thurs! day and Friday in Chicago.
The conference is a permanent,
group within the National Coun-|
i cil of Teachers of Flnglish, and
is the only professional society in 1
1 the United States that addresses
itself primarily to problems of
j composition and communication.
About 600 English teachers from
! all parts of the country are ex exi
i exi pected to attend the 3-day con con!
! con! ference Mar. 21-23.

Judo Enthusiasts Drill;
Set for All-Campus Match

By STAN EISENBERC.
Gator Staff Writer
Every Monday. Wednesday and
Friday the mats are rolled out
from 4 to 6 in the gym and the
grunt and groan boys of the Judo
( Club go through their drills.
I New members have been taken
: in, practice hours set up and uni-
forms given out. Doug Rodier will i
i coach with the aid of Richard
Reisinger of the Athletic Dept.
The team is now preparing for
the all-campus judo competition, j
All are welcome to compete. Doug
Rodier captured the title last
year and will be the heavy fav favorite
orite favorite to repeat again this year.
He will get strong competition
from team members A1 Albury,
Jerry Jones and Sam Pete. Bruce
Wilson, president of the club, will
be counted on very heavily .this
year as he showed a great deal
of potential last season.

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ROTC Units Get Official Review
Part of the reviewing stand during last Saturdays KOTC parade here watch the units in parade
formation. Left to right: Cadet Colonel Jim Langly, AKOTC; Brig. Gen. Paul S. Emrick; John S.
Allen, University vice-president; and CX>l. Marvin Kreidberg, C. (., AROTC. The military parade on
the drill field was part of the annual military ball weekend. (Gator Photo).

Table Tennis
Enthusiasts
Meet, Compete

Students and faculty members
! interested in forming a Universi University
ty University Table Tennis Club are invited
[;to attend a meeting at Club Ren Ren[
[ Ren[ dezvous, Florida Union Friday at
| 7:30 p.m
Bernard L. Friedman, chairman
: for the Club's formation, stated
the clubs "primary aim is to
promote interest in the sport.
! Members will receive notices
when practice and club tourna tournaments
ments tournaments are to be held, stated'
! Friedman.
According to Friedman, the
club will have a ranking and
'challenge its members.
A suitable location for holding
tournaments will be discussed at
Friday's meeting. Friedman stat-!
ed the University Gym and varl- j
ous student centers, if obtained,
would be large enough so every everyone
one everyone can participate. This would
eliminate waiting, he stated.
Friedman said the club will of offer
fer offer newcomers to the sport In Instructions
structions Instructions and top players in
the club will participate in the
Intramural Open House April 11,
1 in the University Gvm
Those not able to attend Frl- j
days meeting may leave their
names and addresses at the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union or Intramural Office
of the gym. They will be mailed
a list of future dates when the
1 club will meet, Friedman said.

TYie major competition that the
Florida team will encounter will
come from the Air Force bases
in the state Judo involves the
use of many dangerous holds and
;is a result many colleges do not
field teams. The first big Air
Force competition, will be the one
, held by the Strategic Air Com Com!
! Com! mand.
There is a large turnover in
1 membership in the club every
i year and two key men have been
i lost. Barry Barrian, last year s
instructor, has found working and
commuting too difficult to i
able him to compete. Barry wears
the Black Belt , the highest rec*
. ognition a judo performer can
attain. The judo stydent first has
to work through several lower di divisions
visions divisions until he reaches the skill
necessary to earn him the Biack
Belt. The first belt earned is the
: white one, then blue. green,
i brown and finally black. The black
belt is further broken up into
8 steps.
! Judo is the popularised form of
j jujitsu but is much easier to
, teach. Its main function is self selfdefense,
defense, selfdefense, especially against a big bigger
ger bigger man, and is based on the
principle of using vour opponent's
weight to his own disadvantage.
Much instruction is given to
body muscles, nerve centers and
other vital points which can be
used to immobilize your oppon opponent.
ent. opponent. A judo expert easily can put
an opponent's arm or leg out of
joint or even break it.
Accidents however, are rare
during the season. Weeks Will be
spent on proper safety measures
i including the correct way to fall
and avoid injury.
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jGirls, Pick Up
Coed Pool She
Pool-playing coeds are needed
to complete a championship team [
if the University of Florida pool,
players are to win the national
! title next year.
We are the only top pool team
jin the nation that isn't coed,
Fleming Hanson, team manager
i said, and we must have a girls'
' team if we hope to win the title.)
Florida pool players lost the
, national finals this past season j
to lowa State by only points ;
Union Plans Tour
To Silver Springs
Signups are now being taken;
for an outing to Florida's Silver
Springs Saturday. A bus will
leave the Florida Union at 8 a a
- a and will return in the late af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon.
Special, attractions on the trip
include a glass-bottom boat ride,
a jungle cruise speedboat ride,
a visit to Ross Allen's Reptile In-
I stitute and Indian Village, Tom Tommy
my Tommy Bartlett's International Deer
! Ranch, and swimming Lockers
| will be available for use by the
students.
The total price, including bus
fare and Silver Springs attrac attractions,
tions, attractions, is $5.50. This trip is one
of a series planned and sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by the Recreations Committee
of the Union Board for Stu Student
dent Student Activities.

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The Midwest team was coed with
| the girls taking 20 pjoints to place
it ahead of Florida
I The all-man Florida team made
75 1 a points while the lowa State
j men's team took only 57 The
girls made the difference, defeat defeating
ing defeating Florida by a combined total
of 77-75 V
"Coed pool teams are very pop popular
ular popular in the east and midwest,"
I said Hansen, and with a little
practice we could enter a coed
' team next year in.the finals at
! lowa State."
"Any coeds that are interested
| should contact the Florida Union
Board or come down to the game
room in the south end of the Un Union.
ion. Union. Experience isn't necessary
i and all interested girls will be
-welcomed.

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March 19, 1957, Florida Alligator,

NON-STUDENTS MUST PAY
Price Tag on Gator
Next Year: Ruffner

j Starting next semester the Flo-,
rida Alligator will cost faculty and 1
staff members one cent for Tues- i
j day's edition and two cents forj
I the Friday's paper,
j Chuck Ruffner. business man manager
ager manager of next year's paper, stated j
j the Alligator is free "only to fee
paying students." Many people, j
he said, are under the im impression
pression impression the college paper is free
to everybody, but that is not the
case.
*
According to Ruffner. ap- :
proximately 10.000 papers are
| printed for each edition. He hopes
Ito discourage unauthorized per-|
sonnel from obtaining a copy by
| charging a small fee
Next year paper racks will be
Biology Society
Will Initiate 21
Tomorrow Night
Phi Sigma, biological honorary!
society, will induct 21 new mem-
I I
bers prior to the showing of &
nature film tomorrow night.
The Green Barrier," a full full;
; full; color nature film, depicting the
seldom seen inhabitants of the
cat tail marshes of the north. Is
. scheduled for showing in McCar McCar:
: McCar: ty Hail Auditorium at 8:15.
-1 An invitation to the public has
I I been extended to attend the show show,
, show, ing of the film.
New .members to be initiated
Into the society include Carlos
H. Blazquez. B. Burtis Bond,
Diane Testrake, Marvin Wass.
I John M. Creel, Margaret 5 Miller,
James Dollahon, Hans Doroty
[ Beck, Isaac Malca. James Griffo.
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H. K. Brooks.

.located in dormitories, class room
buildings. "Hub" and cafeteria.
I This will make it easier for stu stu|
| stu| dents to get a copy and also pre prevent
vent prevent papers from being blowm
about the campus, said Ruffner.
i Students will be allowed to take
j one free copy. However if they
; want an "extra paper" they .'.ill
have to pay. A money container
, will be attached to the rack and
payment will be under the Honor
System, Ruffner said.

Ruffner also said the sub subscription
scription subscription rate will be increas increas,ed
,ed increas,ed to $2.50 a year, an increase of
50 cents over this year's rate.
Salary positions in advertising
are open to anyone interested in
working for the Alligator. Sales Salesmen
men Salesmen receive commissions on their
! advertisements, Ruffner said,
i Ruffner said he plans to have
I 25 to 30 people working on the
| Alligator business staff next year.
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FOR ORANGE AND BLUE GAME
Woodruff Names
Four Quarterbacks
By KEN SUER
Assists nt Sports Editor
Football coach Bob Woodruff has named the quarterbacks for
th Orange and Blue intra-squad game Friday night, with the re remainder
mainder remainder of the squads expected to be chosen tomorrow.

Mickey Ellenburg, a holdout in
1950, snd former freshman star
Wayne Williamson Will handle the
signal calling duties for the!
Orange unit. The Blue team will j
be directed by juniors Jimmy
Dunn and Billy Booker.
Os the four, only Dunn ha.-
played quarterback in a varsity i
game for the Gators. The little
signal-caller captured the imagi imagination
nation imagination of Florida fans last year
with his spectacular passing and
running.
Booker, who played quarter- i
back in high school, was switch
ed to that spot after earning a
letter last season as a halfback
His performance in spring prac practice
tice practice sessions has pleased the en entire
tire entire coaching staff.
Ellenburg, who sat out the 1956
season, is considered ore of the
top candidates for the starting j
Job in 1957. He can pass, run,
and kick, and is a tine defensive
performer.
Williamson, who sparked the
freshmen last year, has come
along Wll and is making a strong j
bid for a varsity berth. His fine
play in Saturday's game-condition
scrimmage makes him a serious
threat to all future Florida op opponen
ponen opponen ts.
Defense was the keynote of;
Saturdays scrimmage, as neither!
the Blue nor the Orange eleven
could manage a score. The Red,;
or third, team and the Green, or
fourth team each managed to
score a single touchdown.
Outstanding performances of
the day were sophomore fullback
Blair Culpepper's 49-yard touch touchdown
down touchdown jaunt, and the fire catch
made by sophomore end Dick


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Pitta, who grabbed a 40-yard aer aerial
ial aerial and set up the Green team s
score. Fullback Charlie Smith
scored for the Greene on a one-
{ yard plunge.
All-Campus
Basketball
ORANGE LEAGUE
First Team
Parrish SN
I Amos PDT
Gonaales DTD
.Hawkins SN
.Nichols PDT
Second Team
Ken Smith SN
Peele SAE
Tom Alexander PDT:
Kalishman TEP
Daniels KS
Honorable. Mention
Raderman PLP
McGuire SAE
Chonin TEP
BLUE LEAGUE
First Team
Ayers TX
Milikin PKT
i Landau TX
; Schmidt BTP
Godwin PKP
Second Team
Rodriguez PKP
'Butler PKT
Ward BTP
Jenkins AGR
Kornbluh AEPi
Honorable Mention
Cobb *. XP
Douglas AGR
Vosloh BTP

Gator Linksmen
Play Tech Team
In Action Today
By HAROLD DATZ
Gator Sports Writer
The 1957 edition of the Florida
golf team kicks off its Southeast Southeastern
ern Southeastern Conference campaign this
week. meeUng Georgia Tech to today
day today and Georgia tomorrow on the
Gainesville Country Club links.
Both teams are considered
very- strong by coach Conrad
: Rehling. The.! Gator mentor did didn't
n't didn't venture any prediction, but he
| felt that his linksmen would 'cer 'certainly
tainly 'certainly have to play hard.
Last weekend the Florida golf golfers
ers golfers took second place in the Flor Florida
ida Florida Intercollegiate Tournament in
Ocala, as Florida State, led by
the par-smashing play of Buck
Berry, ran way with honors
Barry shot a 16-under-par 268
J for i 2 holes, setting a new ama amateur
teur amateur record on the Ocala links.
I His second round score of 65
j was the outstanding round of the
meet.
The Seminoles, still smarting
from the whippuig administered
by the Gators last weet. nabbed
the top three spots in the tourney.
Fourth place was taken by Tom Tommy
my Tommy Aaron of Florida, who sho'
; 282. while teammate Art Gleason
Was fifth with 284.
j The Honda number-one team,:
' consisting of Aaron. Gleason. Jim
: McCoy, and Hale s augh ac- j
: counted for a total score of ~JIB,
which was 28 strokes behind the
victorious Seminoles. A second Ga Ga;
; Ga; tor team finished seventh, scoring
* 1,245.
Rehling lauded the fine pla> of
freshmen Bob Staiger and Bruce
Lowden, who also participated in
the tournament.

|FSU Downs- Florida
In AAU Swim Meet
Florida won the last event of the State AAU Champion Championships,
ships, Championships, the 400 yard freestyle relay, to eke out an 6-78 victory over
the Gators in the annual meet at Miami.

Barkstroker Bill Ruggie was
the individual star for Florida
He was one of the two double
winners in the meet, capturing
the 100 and 220 yard backstrokes.
Florida State took an early
lead with 12 points in the 100-
yard freestyle sprint Florida
went ahead when Chuck Martin
won the diving. The Gatoi lead
held up until. the fatal 400 yard
freestyle relay gave the Seminoles
the win.
The victory gives FSI* an edge

Joe Hobbs Elected Captain
Os Gator Basketball Squad

'
Joe Hobbs, who last week was 1
named to the Associated Press'
All-Southeastern Conference set
! ond team, was this week elected
captain of the 1957-58 Florida bas bas.
. bas. ketball squad.
Hobbs, who set ,a new Florida
varsity record this year of 453
points, was the unanimous choice
of his teammates. He also made
! 182 field goals this season, anoth another
er another school record.
The six-foot one-inch guaid led
; the SEC in free throw percent*
j age with an .856 mark and he
was earlier voted the Most Valu Valuable
able Valuable Player in the Carrousel
1 Tournament at Charlotte. NC

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Tennis Team to Face
Georgia and Auburn
Gator tennis coach Bill Potter expects tough competition for
!his team today and tomorrow when it faces Georgia and Auburn
here in two ,SEC' matches.

Potter considers Georgia one
|of the best teams in the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference and expects
l a close match. Little is known
about the Auburn netters. al al!
! al! though they are expected to pro provide
vide provide the Gators with more than
: token opposition,
On Saturday the netters opened
the season with a 9-0 victory over
Jacksonville Navy; The entire
team played well, winning six sixsingles
singles sixsingles and three doubles matches
'jin straight sets.
Dick Leslie, number one singles
j player, led the Gators to victory.
He scored a 6-0, 6-1 triumph
I over the Navys Hunter Bell, and!
then teamed with Joe Heyrk to
defeat Bell and Don Holcomb,. 6-2
6-1.
Team captain Heyek, who.
plays number two singles, hand handed
ed handed Bill Van Wagner a 6-2. 6-1 beat beating.
ing. beating. and played well in the dou doubles
bles doubles matches.
In other matches. Buddy. Hus Husband
band Husband beat Dan Holcomb 6-4. 6-2;
Dave Shaw took care of Wally
RuStm by the identical scores of
6-1, 6-1, Dan Guzman-Perry de de-1
-1 de-1 seated Rob Demsey, 6-0. 6-3; and
Hugh Waters dr'opped Sy War War|
| War| den 6-1, 6-1
In the doubles matches, Hus Husband
band Husband and Shaw defeated Van
Wagner and Rustin 6-2. 6-0; and
Bill Anderson and Waters took;
Dempsey and Warden in the day's
closest match, 6-4, 6-3.

over Florida in this season's com-'
petition. Each team has won a
dual meet from the other The Ga Gators
tors Gators earlier won their second con consecutive
secutive consecutive Southeastern Conference
championship,
Other victories in the meet for
Florida went to Phil Drake, in!
the 100 yard butterfly and the
400 yard medley relay team of
Doug Creighton, Drake. Ted Ro Robinson.
binson. Robinson. and Ruggie.

Auburndale Star Signs
Grant-in-Aid With UF
Frank Etheridge, Auburndale
basketball star, has accepted a
Florida giant-ln-aid scholarship,
cage coach John Mauer announc announced
ed announced this weekend. %
Etheridge who scored 961
points this season for a 34 point pointper-game
per-game pointper-game average, compiled. 2.-
287 markers in his three playing
years at Auburndale for a re remarkable-27
markable-27 remarkable-27 points per game.
The afar, center also hit 309 of
357 free throws this year for a
sparkling .865 percentage

-
UF Sports
Calendar
TODAY
TENNlS('Portia here
GOLF'Georgia Tprh al Gallic
life Country Club
TOMORROW
BASER,ALE North ('arolina at
Perry Field, 3 p.m.
TENNlSAuburn herp
GOLFGeorgia at GainesiiUe
Country Club.
20 Teams Start
r r Cage Action
A record twenty teams nave
entered the round-robin "R" Lea Lea!
! Lea! gue basketball tournament with
initial action in the five brackets
'slated for tonight.
About the only familiar face
back from last year's compet competition
ition competition is the Sigma Xu Lizards but
| other unusual entries include the
Dolt Nigbarfs. Beta Potrazebees
| and the Sig Ep Bitter Bees.
The eintries are spread over
mine fraternities, with two. Kappa
Sig and the Delts. sending five
teams into action a.nd Sigma Nu
fielding three. Other fraternities
competing enclude SAE. Pi Lam.
Beta. Sig Ep. Kappa Alpha and
Phi Sigma Kappa.
Any fraternity member or pled pledge
ge pledge is eligible to play if he did not
compete. Jn the regular season
which ended AH team
members who did not enter anv
game are eligible to Compete in
"B" League.
j All-Campus and R League
i Director Barry Kolman said ac action
tion action would last for two weeks
with the finals slated for the first
week in April.
HA.MMACK JOINS CARDS
Mai Hammack, former Gator
fullback, signed his 1*957 contract
with the Chicago Cardinals of the
| National Football League and will
ibe discharged from the service
in time to join the team for sum sum!
! sum!
mer practice
i

| zmm y i
"I was tremendously impressed, says
Nick, by my first plant tour. When
you go through the facilitiesmeet
the men and get an idea of the prob problems
lems problems they handleyou can't help but
become interested. Add the friendly,
informal work atmosphere, and you
know right off the bat these people
have a story to tell.
Nick came to IBM in 1951 with a
B-S. in physics. He started as a Tech Technical
nical Technical Engineerin Test Equipment
Engineeringworking on an analog
bombing system. When that project
moved from the Endicott to the
Poughkeepsie plant, Nick followed it,
becoming first an Associate Engineer,
then a Project Engineer. As the lat-
Heading up Quality Engineering
ter, he worked on IBMs first transis transistorized
torized transistorized electronic computer the 608.,
By November, '55, Nick was head heading
ing heading -up Quality Engineering in the
Quality Control Division of the
, Poughkeepsie plant. Recently pro promoted
moted promoted tb Administrative Assistant to
the Quality Control manager, Nick
now concerns himself with the funda fundamental
mental fundamental operations and policies of this
450-man division. Quality Control is
responsible for the performance of
IBM's vast array of business ma machinesfrom
chinesfrom machinesfrom simple sorters and
punches to the electronic brains."
What an IBM physicist doe*
The problems of Quality Control
in this business are endless, Nick
reports, and fascinating to the phys physicist.
icist. physicist. Theres process controlof the
manufacture of components such as
transistors and cores ... of the con contents
tents contents of a gas . of the concentricity
of an etch solution ... of the diffrac diffrac-O*TA
-O*TA diffrac-O*TA PROCESSING ELECTRIC TYPEWRITERS

AFTER TWO-GAME SWEEP FROM MIAMI
Baseball Team Plays Host
To Tarheels Tomorrow
Bv HOWIE CRANE
Alligator Sports Editor
Fresh from sweeping a two-gam*' series from Miami last weekend, the Florida
baseball tram plays ho.-t to the visiting North Carolina Tarheels n a single game to tomorro
morrow tomorro 1 on Berrv Field at 3 p.m.
Although Gatoi poach Dave Ful Fuller
ler Fuller has not vcl announced his e,d to hurl three innings aga-nm am! tv uns i ; r c ivs fr e esta
sta esta cling pitcher ail inti: atior.- Miami Saturday until F uiiei al lining 'tint ami struck oik ivj
point to right-hander Sid Smith. -?red his mound pian at the last and walked none
a junior. Smith ha-d been sehedui- moment.
i .. j Fuller, in an effort to conserve Ratting hern of the series for
. his shallow pitching Staff, had an- tnp Q ramie . p.,. ~ ~,.
riounced that he would use three., folder Robb- Gei.-smger.' who
Hur
\ in he h Prtier !: h M ia: u;;
jJL b ''bed thr Cane pitchers
IliV % f 15 snfeties Thr result Vf,s a 10 1 Shoe-stop Russ Maw w, m
Hr rout tor the Gators
W '' SoniQr Jack Bailfi f H servi e
' 1 retl,rnec drew !hp Blartin S as two RRI, in me series
m I moved for a pinch-runner after Right-fieldet Bence Parrish. a
giving up three runs and four hits surprise starter in Florida's lino linoin
in linoin four innings. up; contributed three safeties, one
Southpaw Tim Twomey. a hug,; of them a lusty triple
1 > sophomore; relieved Bailey and- Parrish, halfback on the La Lapuked
puked Lapuked up credit for the victory tor football team has been par-
COACH DAVE FULLER. . as the Gators outslugged 'Miami tic ipa ling '. in spring grid rfrills,
. . Shuffles Pitchers 9-5. Twomey fare up four hi'- !l> r the pas:'three weeks and had
! r~ : i not been out to baseball pract
'

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mural Slate
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ORANGE LEAGUE INDEPENDENT LEAGUE
Handhan Softball
Wed. Mar. 20
jnes.. Mar. 19 :30 p m. Fid 1 Wesley vs.
, t '-hO pm. Area 1 DTD vs Westminister
Fid 2Flavet II vs. Newman
sdO p.m Area 1 Winner SN- Fid 3 B S.U. is Cavaliers
SPE vs. wihnei pLP-TEP Fid 4 Flavet in vs CL.O.
Me ion pm Area 1 Winner SX- Fid 6 SC BA vs. Seagle
KS vs winner DTD-ATO Thiir's.. .Mar. 31
VI 4 45 p.m. Fid 1 AXS Vs SC
Thiirs.. Mar. 21 P, y
4.15 pm. Area 1 Orange Lea ...
* Fid 2 Kadets vs Seagle
gue final. 4
F1(1 3 Westminister vs Flavet
BLUE LEAGUE
Fid 4 Wesley vs. Newman
Tires,, Mar. 19 Fid 5-Cavaliers vs F'lavet 111
moo pm. Area 1 PKP v s F'ld vs C.L.O.
5:00 p.m Area 2 Winner BTP SORORITY LEAGUE
DSP vs. winner SAM-AGR Table Tennis
1 Tin's., Mar. 19
Wed., Mar. 30 ,45 p.m ADPi vs. DPhiE
4:00 p m Area 2Winner PKP-
AGP, vs winner TX-XP j GIRLS INDEPENDENT
Tlmrs Mar. 31 Wed., Mar. 30
4:45 pm. Area 2 Blue League 4 .45 p.m Gatorettes vs ReidN
final. Raiders.

Tuesday March 19, 1957, Florida Alligator

Page 4

, >
Whats it like to be
A PHYSICIST AT IBM?"
Five year* ago, college senior Nick Hemmer asked himself this question.
Today, a* Administrative Assistant to the Quality Control manager, Nick
reviews his experience at IBM and gives some pointers that may be helpful
to you in taking the first, most important step in your career at a physicist.

tion of alloys ... or of the properties
of metals, such as the resistivity of
germanium. Then, there are the im important
portant important analysis of failure' and
reliability studies, in which you seek
to determine, for example, the life
hHHbB RRhSv :
Problem* formating to th phyticitt
expectancy of a device, the mean
time between failures, or perhaps
which step in a process has the great greatest
est greatest effect on the equipment involved.
Yoji may be asked to control the
deposit of glass on X-ray tubes to
avoid spill-over, or microscopic spot spotting.
ting. spotting. Or you may be dealing with
arc+suppression, or gaseous electron electronics,
ics, electronics, jthe grass roots of instrumentation;
or in the estimation of tolerances, or
lxfnivt ducationol fociliriat
in correlation coefficientsthat is,
in physically sound numbers."
Nick has been instrumental in
encouraging many college physics
majors to come to IBXJ I find
they're interested in questions like
these, he says: How would you go
about determining the life of elec electrons
trons electrons in transition from the vaJence
to the conduction band? Or, in the
manufacture of magnetic ink#, How
can the grain size of the iron content
be controlled ... or its viscosity regu regulated
lated regulated over wnde temperature ranges?
How would you control the coneen coneen
coneen nMf eouirmewt military product*

The sudden change of sports did
not seem to bothei Parrish's ba
The their Smitheasterr. ('onf er enr e
championship Friday when they
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solutions? Present a job in terms
of actual problems, believes Nick,
and you'll get the man's interest interestfor
for interestfor its his career and his future that
have top priority.
How about further study?
Nick has taken full advantage b 4
IBMs extensive educational facilities
to get ahead at IBM. He took at least
one course each semester on subject#
within his immediate work area areacourses
courses areacourses on digital and analog com computers
puters computers and on their components such
as cores and transistors. He found
time to take management courses as
lyell. If you want opportunity for
study, Nick says, IBM will provide
all you want.
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Promotion olmosf inavHoblo
/
Asked about opportunities for ad advancement
vancement advancement at IBM, Nick says, The
situation could hardly be better in
that respect. With sales doubling
every five years on the average, pro promotion
motion promotion is almost inevitable.
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largest
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Volutfie 49, Number 40

'Crucible'
Starts Run
Tomorrow
Players' Drama
Begins at 7:30
In P. K. Yonge j
By SALLY STEWART
Gator Staff Writer
Curtain goes up tomorrow
night on Arthur Millers!
The Crucible, the second'
major Florida Flavors pro-;
duct ion. to -be presented this!
year. Performances begin)
Wednesday anti Thursday!
nights at 7:30, and Friday
and Saturday nights at 8 in
the P.K. Yonge auditorium.
The; fitly describes the Salem
witchcraft trials of 1692. brought
about by the hysterical accusa accusations
tions accusations of a group of young girls.
The girls, who have been seen
dancing in the forest, place the
' blame for their actions upon 20
of the town's most reputable ci citizens.
tizens. citizens. claiming they are witches.
Most affected by the accusations
are John Proctor, a liberal who
refuses to believe in witchcraft
(played by Jack Beltir and his
wife. Elizabeth (played by Mary
Ann Kane '
Abigail Williams, one of the
most outspoken of the accusers,
is played by Lynne Stephenson.
Her accomplices are Beverly
Stalnaker, Ellen Black and Pat
Murphy.
Also in the cast are: Allen
Entz (pa.stor of Salem i. Ken My Myers
ers Myers (Rev. Hale!, James Manning
(the prosei uton, .Judge Hathorne
(the provincial magistrate),
Ralph Swanson (Thomas Putnam,
a land-hungry community lead leaden,
en, leaden, Ann Stuart (Mrs. Putnam ).
George Chillag (Giles Corev, a
farmer), Lance Richbourg (Fran (Francis
cis (Francis Nurse, 3 farmer). June Card
(Rebecca Nursei. Sonja Coker
(Sarah Good, a disreputable vil village
lage village woman!), Belda Warshaw
(Tituba. a Barba do slave*, and'
Pat Hurley (Ezekial Cheever, a
trial marshall.)
Director of the play is Dr I>>-
land Zimmerman, technical di- j
rector is Clifford Ashby, assist- 1
ant to the director is Bev Stai Stainaker.
naker. Stainaker. and stage manager is Ja Janice
nice Janice Hahn.
FBK Speakers
To Receive Info
The first regular information
meeting for the Florida Blue Key,
Speakers Bureau will be held this
afternoon at 3:45 in the Executive
Council Room, 324, ip the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union.
Initial speaking assignments
will be made bv Shep Lesser,
training chairman, who urged all
members of this year s Bureau to
attend if at all possible.
A 10 page information brochure
has been completed by Dave Wil Willing,
ling, Willing, research chairman, and his
committee and will be distributed!
to the speakers this afternoon.
* * |
The brochure contains specific
information oh services and pro-'
. grams which the various depart departments
ments departments of the University have
worked or> throughout the state
for the past year.
Material has been compiled on
agriculture, engineering, public!
administration, cancer research,
pharmacy research, athletics and
various other University activifi activifities
ties activifities which are not found in the
catalogue.
Willings committee included
Joe Lewis. Steve Traiman Don
Allen and George Ling.
Basic preparation work on the
speeches should be completed by
next Tuesdays meeting, at which
time two members of the Speak Speaker's
er's Speaker's Bureau will present a model
speech.
| A s this meeting Lesser will of ofifer
ifer ofifer critiques? of, .the basic speech )
es as well as pointers on prepar preparation
ation preparation of the final draft and tech techpiques
piques techpiques of presentation.
Bureau Director Steve Seasurns
will make the final assignments
on Tuesday. April 2. and will give
jthe speaking groups travel infor information
mation information and answer any last-min
jute questions before the tours he hejgin
jgin hejgin th.i? following Monday. April
P-
r f_
Co-Op Cards On Sale
For Student Gas Buyers
| Memberships in the student gas
jeo-op may still -be purchased ini
the student government otfice in
the Union. 1
From five to ten membership?)
kt ST each are sold weekly ac-j
hording to George Pennington.;
chairman, and t.-. co-op's bene-,
fits are continuing to ne used by
student car owners and are good
while they are in school. i

the FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

Hamming It Up for the Minstrel
1 1
Four nl the "end men" In the upcoming l'i Iximbda Phi minstrel prepare their acts with home homemade
made homemade "musical instruments." I>eft to right, Art Sheldon, bongo drum; Herb Schwartz, economy size
conga drum; Warren Greene. top of a 55-gallon oil drum, and Jack ?,rnff. shovel. The minstrel, to be
presented .March 30 at Buchholz Jr. High, is an annual benefit for the Cancer Fund. Tickets coat a
quarter, and the slogan is QFC, "quarters for cancer." (Gator Photo bv Frye.)

SG President
Supports Stand
On Board Law
Bv LEE FENNELL
Gator Staff Writer
Avoidance of a direct conflict
of interest is the primary reason
behind the Student Government,
sponsored addition to the Board 1
of Student Publications charter,
j according to Student Body Presi Presi'dent
'dent Presi'dent Fletcher Fleming.
, The new ruling, passed on first
Heading by the Executive Council
last Tuesday, would prohibit edi editors,
tors, editors, managing editors and busi business
ness business managers of ail official stu student
dent student publications from member membership
ship membership on the board.
Fleming said a board member
who is still in office approached
him last semester with the idea
' of the new regulation to avoid a
j conflict of interest by publics -.
; tions officers Voting on the board.
"I talked with two other board
I members and they agreed witn
j this," the president said.
*
An Alligator editorial Friday ac accused
cused accused Fleming of, inconsistancy in
I his appointing Seminole Business
Manager Frank Femetv last
| nonth to fill a vacant Board spot.
The regulation is not as reatric reatric-1
-1 reatric-1 live as it sounds. Fleming said. He
; backed this with the fact that un un,
, un, til this year the top officers of
!the Seminole, Orange Peel and F
) Book were elected in the spring
| election.
As the student members of the
publications board are cnosen in
! the same election, and a person
cannot run for two positions on
| the slate, it would have been im impossible
possible impossible for an officer of these
publications to be on the board. |
'ln essence, Fleming said, "it
1 only took away the right of the
i Alligator officers to serve on the
board
This year for the first time, of officers,
ficers, officers, of the othm three publica publications
tions publications are appointed bv ,he Pubii
cations Electoral Board.
Fleming said he plans to ex
plain the new ruling to membeis
of the publications board at, its
meeting tomorrow and to ask for
opinions from members concern concerning
ing concerning the matter.
The new law will be brought
- before the Executive Council for
final approval March 26.
Concerning an editorial in Fri-
Iday's Alligator blasting the rul rul;
; rul; ing, Fleming said "the edito editomade
made editomade on no effort to investigate
the reasoning behind the move
and gave only his personal opin opinion
ion opinion
j
Deadline Nears
For Orange Peel
Candidates for editor, manag
ing editor and business manager
of Orange Peel rave until Friday
jat 1:30 pm. to submit applica applications.
tions. applications.
They aredue to be selected a;
a meeting of the Publications Elec Electoral
toral Electoral Board Wednesday afternoon.
March 27.
| Candidates must complete ten
j copies of an application form.
1 available in the office oi the Board
of Student Publications. The of office
fice office will be open Wednesday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon and Thursday morning.

Trailer Co-op Still On
Despite New Set Back
' A student group is still considering pst ruction of a trailer
park near campus following a fall-out last Saturday between the
group and a Gainesville business man who had previously agreed
to develop the area. i

Richard King, chairman of the
group, told the Alligator that the 1
next s;ep would be to attempt to
arrange terms with the Iniver-
I sit.v.
"If the administration could fi finance
nance finance the operation, King said,
, "or else run it as a division oi
housing, it would solve our entire
problem."
The park, originally slated to
open in early February, was lat lat'er
'er lat'er rescheduled for completion
next month. The difficulties ap apparently
parently apparently arose because the student
group and the developer. Carl
Stengel. Gainesville business
man. had nothing except an oral
agreement.
*
Tbe cooperative group was for formed
med formed last November when Gaines-
ville trailer parks announced a
i general increase in rent. Stu Students
dents Students complained also that only
mediocre lighting, pavement and
other facilities had been offered,
i with no justification for the pro proposed
posed proposed rent increase.
King expressed "great surprise
and shock" when told of Stengel s
decision. He said that students
who had indicated a need for 160
trailer areas, had neither clear cleared
ed cleared their lots or paid an escrow i
deposit which had been orally
.agreed upon.

King said that when construe
ion work logged he and others
volunteered to aid in the work but
Stengel refused their offer. He :
TEPS TURN IRISH
GREEN WITH ENVY
Robert Briscoe had nothing on
the TFl's.
While Dublin's Jewish lord
mayor was helping celebrate SI.
Patrick's Day 'in New York,
members of Tail Epsilon Phi
fraternity threw a part? for kids
at the Florida Farm Colony.
Reports Hob Gordon, TF.P com community
munity community service chairman, "It
was the wearin' of the grin.'-

PART OF MED SCHOOL 1
Hospital Seen Ready By 1958


Patient* will be accepted in the
fall of 58 for the new Medical
School Hospital, but the eighth
floor i psychiatric.) and the out outi
i outi patient clinic may not be finish finished
ed finished until later, according to the i
Director of Clinical Services.
, Patients for the hospital will
hr referred, to the medical staff
at the teaching hospital by prac practicing
ticing practicing physicians all over the
state the hospital director said.
He explained that some local
and state doctors qualified as
medical educators might receive
appointments to the College of
Medicine staff, and would do ;
work in the hospital: but the
staff of the teaching hospital
will have no private practice.
* *
The hospital will be built on
three levels; in-patient, out-pa out-patient.
tient. out-patient. and ambulatory. It will be
the first time that an ambula*
1 tory wing haa ever been built in inm

said at no time did the students
agree to clear their own lots
The group will formally deride
at their next meeting whether or
not to petition the University, and
if so. in what manner. King
speculated.
He added that as a sidelight to
the issue, a number of parks
around the ciry have begun im improvements
provements improvements and that rent increas increases
es increases had not been as high as an
ticipated
King stated he did not know
what would become of the site
on the Archer Road which had
been selected for the trailer site
Choir to Tour
West Florida
A tour to west coast Florida
will be made this weekend by the
University A Capella Choir, un under
der under the direction of Clem Boat Boatright.
right. Boatright.
A program of sacred and sec secular
ular secular music will be given During
the concerts the rhoir will di divide
vide divide into a men's chorus and a
women's chorus, each singing two
numbers, in addition to full chor
al works
The choir will leave Friday
morning, arriving in Sarasota for
an afternoon performance at Sar Sarasota
asota Sarasota High School lender spon sponsorship
sorship sponsorship of the vocal director. An Anj
j Anj drew .1 Wright.
At 8 pm. another concert will
be held in the First Presbyter Presbyterian
ian Presbyterian Church at St. Petersburg, un under
der under sponsorship of the minister
of music, Ronald R Mathis
On Saturday the choir will per perform
form perform at Peace Memorial Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian Church, Clearwater at 8
p m. upon invitation of the pas pastor,
tor, pastor, Dr D P. McGeaehv.
The choir will return to the uni university
versity university Sunday afternoon.

m inm
to a teaching hospital, the Direc Director
tor Director of Clinical Services said
The in-patient section of the
hospital wall hold 380 beds and
60 bassinets for Infants. An out outpatient
patient outpatient clinic' and a rehabilita- t
tion center are also included in
the plans.
Eighteen operating rooms will
be inc luded in the 11 million j
dollar hospital. Nine of these are :
for major surgery, three are j
delivery rooms, two are m the
i emergency area, and three smal smaller
ler smaller operating rooms will be used
for diagnostic, cystoscopic and
gyneocological surgery, accord according
ing according to the Clinical Director.
Equipment for the hospital,
additions to the present sewage
j disposal system and additions
to the present steam plant will
cost about six million dollars.
* *
The Medical Center hospital
will offer the most recent tech*

University of FloridaGainesville, Florida

Politics Grips Campus
As Parties Nominate

U Group Meets
Tonight; Gator
Picks Beardsley
By LEF FENNELL
Gator Staff Writer
Both political parties have;
announced their candidates,
for the top six Student Gov Govi
i Govi eminent positions in the
campus election to he held
1 April 4.
I
The iGator Party held its nom nominating
inating nominating convention Inst night,
but the remainder of the slate
could not be obtained by press
time. Bill Birchfield, party chair chairman.
man. chairman. presided and Terrel! Ses Sessums,
sums, Sessums, former Student Body Pres President.
ident. President. was keynoter.
Nominating convention for the I
j University Party will be held at
8 tonight in the social room of
the Florida Union Llovd Russell
will manage the convention ,and
Jim Kaufman, party spokesman
will serve as keynoter
As the slate is not permanent
until the nomination. Kaufman
said, there is a slight possibility
) that there may be some changes
in the slate before the convention
tonight.
The University Party candi candidate
date candidate foi president of the Stu Student
dent Student Body is Dick Kernns Ker Kerlins
lins Kerlins is now serving as secretary secretarytreasurer
treasurer secretarytreasurer of the Student.Bodv
Eddie Beardsley received the
Gator Party's formal nomination
as presidential candidate at last
nights convention
Gator Party candidate for vice
president is Ron McCall, while
the University Party is running
Harper for the position. Both
men are independents
Eddie Heller, Pi Lam. will run
for secretary-treasurer on the
University Party ticket. Gator
Party is running Bob Shaffer, jn
dependent, for the number three
spot.
Chancellor of the Honor Court
is sought by Gator Party candi candidate
date candidate Bob Graham. Sigma Nu:
! and University Party's Doug Mc-
Millan. McMillan was a Lambda
Chi at Tallahassee but has re remained
mained remained independent on this ram rampus,
pus, rampus, according to University Par Party
ty Party chairman Jack Bierley.
University Party is running Hi Hi-1
-1 Hi-1 att Brown. Phi Delta Theta, for
clerk of the Honor Court. Ralph
Lambert, Pi Kappa Alpha, is the
Gator .Party candidate for this
position.
i Running for president of the
, Lyceum Council are Gator can candidate
didate candidate Don Ezell and University
candidate Riley Brice. Both are
i independents.
All candidates must quality in
person at thp secretary-treasur secretary-treasurers
ers secretary-treasurers office by tomorrow after afternoon.
noon. afternoon.
No fraternity realign men t s
: have been made, according to
party spokesmen. The present al alj
j alj ignment gives the Gator Party an
approximate 800 bloc vote lead In
| the race.
Ad Presentation Soon
Vick Chemical Company will
sponsor a two-hour advertising
presentation of pharmaceutical
s products Monday at 7:30 p m. in
- room 236. Stadium, according to
Scott Hancock, president of Al Alpha
pha Alpha Delta Sigma. professional
advertising fraternity.

' I
mqu£s in internal medicine, sur surgery
gery surgery and surgery specialties,
psychiatry, pediatrics, r&diothe-
rapy t treatment with radioactive
isotopes!, obstetric*, gyneoco gyneocoj
j gyneocoj logy, and diagnostic radiology
! i x-rays and fluoroscopic exami examinations!.
nations!. examinations!.
The Clinical Director said that
j the hospital expected to begin
j employing and training hospital ..
| personnel in the summer of 58.
The total staff of the hospital,
I other than doctors, will number
; about 1,000 people.
Interviews are already in pro proi
i proi gress for a Chief of Pharmaceu Pharmaceutical
tical Pharmaceutical Services and a Medical Re Records
cords Records Librarian.
Concrete is now being poured
cm the fourth floor of the in-pa in-patient
tient in-patient wing. The Arnold Construc Construction
tion Construction Co. constructors of the hos hospital
pital hospital alsp built the Medical'
Sciences Building, now in use.

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President Reitz and Military Ball Queen
President Rctiz has the envious task of escorting the tie** Military Kail Queen, Pat Zimmerman,
during festivities in the (.ym Saturday night. Pat, an ADPi, is a senior from f oral (.able*. Ri*i
neflip to Military Ball Queen was Toni Hembeck, right wearing a white'gown. ( (.ator Photo).

Foreign Students
lo Present Tour
Os World Friday
Kv TOM BI RCHNELL
Gator Staff Writer
Students representing 20 coun countries
tries countries will take audience on a
"trip around the world," in their
presentation "Gators Go Abroad"
at 8 p.m. Friday in the Universi University
ty University Auditorium.
The talent show, part of Inter Internationa)
nationa) Internationa) Week, will feature na national
tional national dances and skits character characterizing
izing characterizing the customs of different
countries. j
Among the performers is Lou
is Patxot, professional dancer dancerstudent.
student. dancerstudent. who will perform a Gat Gatling-fast"
ling-fast" Gatling-fast" Flamenco dance.
i
* *
Ruth Neal, off ram pus Dean of
Women, will sing American folk
songs, and Tony Mangot, a Brit British
ish British student, will do an authentic
Voodoo dance as it is performed
in the British West Indies.
The two-hour program will have
approximately 22 acts.
Admission is 25 cents and tick tickets
ets tickets may be purchased at the In-1
formation Booth across from the
Hub. or at the University Audi Auditorium
torium Auditorium Friday night.
*
TOMORROW
International Coffee Hour, In
Bryan Lounge, Florida Union.
3 30 p m
THURSDAY
International Forum and Recep Reception
tion Reception Gest speaker. Robert Ger Gerei.
ei. Gerei. Hungarian refugee, Florida
Union Social Room, 8 p m.
FRIDAY
Talent Night, University Audi Auditorium.
torium. Auditorium. 8 p m Admission price.
, 25 cents.
SATURDAY
1 Soccer game. University of
Florida va. University of Miami,
Fleming Field. 10:30 a m.
Bike races start at Student
j Center 1 p.m. Men a and women's
division. Trophies for the win winners
ners winners
Pan American Dance, Student
Service Center. 8:30 pm. Infor Informal.
mal. Informal. $1.50 a couple. Floor show
and selection of International
Queen.
MEDIC, PARTY
OK BEARDSLEY
j It took a medical okay to
clear Gator Party presidential
favorite Eddie Beardsley for his
party's nominating rally last
night.
The physician's check up was wasn't
n't wasn't for coronary boclnsion, ilei ileitis.
tis. ileitis. lingering cough or any other
of the well-known executive ail ailments.
ments. ailments.
Eddie was simply confined to
the Infirmary over the weekend
with a sore throat which he ad admitted
mitted admitted stemmed from talking
with a few people.'*
He was released just in time
to accept his party's nod In a
good, strong whisper laat night.

Blue Key Applications
Ready, Due March 29
Application forms for Florida Blue Key wilt be available al
the Union desk beginning tomorrow afternoon,through Friday, March
; 29 at 5 p.m

| The deadline for returning ap applications
plications applications to the desk or the Blue
Key office on third floor of the
Union is 5 p m on the 29th.
Blue Key is the honorary lead leadership
ership leadership fraternity of the Univer University
sity University It taps outstanding students
from all fields of extra-curricular
at two tapping ceremonies each
year, once in the spring and also
during the fall semester.
Blue Key sponsors the entire
Homecoming celebration, and
sends speakers throughout the
state for the annual Blue Key
Speakers Bureau This years
I plans call for Vr students to visit
high school and civic rluhs
throughout the state during April
to spread the word of the Uni Uni-1
-1 Uni-1 versityi
Basic requirements include
completion of five semesters of
which at least three must be in
attendance at the UF: a 2 0 mint
imum honor point average: and
i participation in at least three
| fields of extra-curricular activi activity.
ty. activity. with outstanding achievement
: in at least one
i -
Printer Dims
Seminole Hopes
For Early Book
The 1956-57 Seminole may not
arrive on campus before the
end of May according to a letter
from the printer to the Board of
; Student Publications
Seminole Editor Mike Regal
1 said he called the printer upon
receiving the letter Fridav and'
j arrangements were made by
which the yearbook may come
! out \sometime between May 20
and Jl.
If Copies of the Seminole are
not available until the end of
May, t\e only students left on
campus will be the graduating
senior*
Printers of the book said they
would attempt to finish it r>e r>etween
tween r>etween May jjs and June 1, but
would make no definite state statement.
ment. statement.
The maHer Will be brought be before
fore before the Board of Student Publi Publications
cations Publications tomorrow afternoon.
Cheerleaders
Select Allen
Next year a cheerleades selected
Don Allen as head cheerleader af after
ter after try outs yesterday at Florida
Field.
In addition to the six bova and
six girls named to the varsity
squad, six alternates were chosen.
The new squad's first public ap appearance
pearance appearance will be next Fridav
night at the Orange and Blue In Intra-squad
tra-squad Intra-squad game.
Compricing next years squad are
Don Allen, Hammer Ward. Roddv
Anderson, Phill Markham, Ed
;Rich, and Sonny Seigler.
Girls selected were Sue Bussel.
Sally Garvey, Marilyn Staton,
Lorena Gore. Donia Clarke and Jo
'Ann Hetdenreich.

serving
11,000 students
in university
of florida

Tuesday, March 19, 1957

Ag Exhibitions
To Open Friday
The annual Agriculture Fair
will he staged March 22 and 2.'!
in tHe ag engineering building,
chairman George Cooper annoUn annoUn'
' annoUn' eed today.
The Florida Babv Chick, Poult
and Egg Show will he held in
conjunction with the free expo exposition.
sition. exposition.
Times for exhibition are Fri Fridav
dav Fridav from noon to 10 pm. and
| Saturday from 9 a m. to 8 p m.
The fair is~ sponsored each
vear by Alpha Zeta. agricultural
service fraternity, headed by Bill
West.
Among the activities scheduled
are a tractor driving contest Rat
| urday, and a new feature will he
the naming of a "Prbfesstor of th
Year
The annual Ag Queen will be
! crowned Saturday as a highlight
i of award ceremonies
A plaque will go to the student
; club having the best display.
; Student organizations in the ag
college now preparing exhibits in include
clude include r Ag Engineers. American
Society of Agronomy, Block and
Bridle. Thyrsus, Dairy Science
Club Forestry Club, Poultry Sci Science
ence Science Club. Newell Entomological
; Society, 4-H Future Farmers of
America, Gamma Sigma Delta.
About 1,500 baby chicks from
commercial poult rytne'n ace ex expected
pected expected in the chick show and
| competition. Ghairmen are Billy
Gibson and Phillip Armstrong.
Debaters Score
in Team Match
The Florida Debate Team went
to the final eliminations in the
Heart of America Tournament
this past weekend.
Thirty two of the top noil ere
Stearns took part in the meet held'
at Lawrenceberg, Kansas, accord according
ing according to Harold Klapper team mem member.
ber. member.
The team-consisted of Klapper
Joe Schwartz, Don Grijhhs and
Harold Eisner. William Reynolds,
assistant coach, also went on the
i trip.
Reynolds said the tournament
was the outstanding meet tr prep preparation
aration preparation for the big West Point
; tournament.
Florida's four man squad ran
up six victories, defeating team*
(from Northwestern Kansas, Ab Ab:
: Ab: dine College, Kansas State Col
I lege an d Pacific Lutheran.
Future debates include the Wet
Point Regional the Notre Dame
Invitational and the Tau Kappa
Alpha National Tournament.



tee FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

Page 2

Editorials

A Job to Do Well

Florida Blue Key Speakers Bureau
members who tour the ktate April 8-12
will be doing a great service to the Uni University
versity University by informing Florida citizens of
the achievements of our institution. The
annual spring project of the service and
leadership fraternity has always been
valuable when efficiently" carried out.
The program will be even more signifi significant
cant significant during this legislative year.
The traveling teams, each consisting
of two selected campus leaders, will
speak to several hundred civic club, high
school and alumni audiences in every
part of Florida.
Its a big audience and a vital one in
practical importance. The civic club
members are leaders in their communi communities;
ties; communities; the high schoolers are prospective
UF freshmen.

Applause for the Players

The Florida Players falls into that
type of group on campus which does
not receive nearly enough credit for the
work it performs.
Its production of The Crucible,
scheduled for this Wednesday through
Saturday, has not been seen by advance
reviewers, but from the work which has
gone into the play, it shows signs of
being another top-quality performance
by the Players group.
Due credit should not only be shared
by the actors and actresses, but by those
who make the production possible from
behind the scenes the directors, pro producers,
ducers, producers, scene-men, make-up artists and
set designers.
Over the years they have transformed
themselves into a highly polished, effic efficient

ONTHE INSIDE \
Z. P.Story of a Campus Character

By DAVID LEVY
Gator Assistant Editor
Someone suggested to us a
tew days ago that a columnist
could "cash in on the Reader's
Digest "most unforgettable char character"
acter" character" contest sponsored each
month.
We thought about it for a
while, and decided first of -all
that we ought to have a good
candidate to enter the contest,
someone perhaps who had com committed
mitted committed some grossly fantastic
deed on the Florida Team, or
Phil K., a student who was
ejected from the University for
talking back to a nurse who had
caught him smuggling whiskey
In the infirmary while he was
recuperating from an illness.
PWe thought
also of char characters
acters characters who had
ennobled them themselves
selves themselves by get getting
ting getting into fist fistfights
fights fistfights from
Jacksonville to
Miami, and
then playing
football, and
faculty mem members
bers members who are
LEVY noted for their
Individualistic and independent
personalities.
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Chairman Steve Sessums and the entire
Speakers Bureau staff deserve commen commendation
dation commendation for the efforts in an outstanding
presentation of the University of Florida
story, for this years project is shaping
up as the best one yet.
Speakers should bear uppermost the
words of President Reitz, who advised
them to carry proudly the position of
UF representative and leave a shining
impression wherever they go.
This kind of advice can be taken to
heart by every Florida student, particu particularly
larly particularly in his travels off campus. This
spring, why not make yourself a sort of
unofficial member of this Speakers Bu Bureau.
reau. Bureau. Its simple: just speak and act to
reflect the best interests of the Univer University
sity University above all.

ient efficient core of hardworking students
whose only aim is to produce top-qual top-quality
ity top-quality entertainment.
The tangible results they gain from
their performances are neglible. Except
for applause at the finish of each nights
play, the fact that they are an effective
force on the campus is too easily forgot forgotten
ten forgotten in the whirl of everyday events.
The Florida Players have come a long
way from the time of one performance
for each production.
They have proven themselves. Praise
should be given to a group which has
consistently provided top-notch enter entertainment,
tainment, entertainment, and whose performance of
The Crucible will be eagerly awaited
by thousands of students and faculty
this weekend.

Into this category, we re remembered
membered remembered from our undergrad undergraduate
uate undergraduate days, one Professor Zepha Zephariah
riah Zephariah P. Oonavich, the popular
neuro-physicist at the Univers University,
ity, University, whose latest suggestion is
that two new groups be form formed
ed formed at the UF, Orange Key and
a panel for Irreligion in Life
Week.
o
As you can imagine from these
two inferences, DOCTOR Oona Oonavich
vich Oonavich would truly be a tough man
to beat in the final balloting at
Reader's Digest headquarters.
He might possibly outstrip all
other 'most unforgettable can candidates"
didates" candidates" on the basis oi our
knowledge of him.
*
He ran into him the other day
at 8:39 in the basement of Pea Peabody
body Peabody Hall.
'Hello there sport, he yell yelled,
ed, yelled, "have you heard my latest
joke about the two bodies in
New York?"
No. DOCTOR, we havent,
but we were just on our way
to "
Never mind that now, pal palhere,
here, palhere, have a cigar--now about
these two bodies.
"Sorry, Z.-P we've got to get
about your 8:40
Class 1
"Oh, never mind, Adelaide
will take roll.
| Z P. doesn't always have
* such a tough time telling a joke.
Actually the DOCTOR is an
educated, well travelled man.
He has visited every part of the
globe, and in fact, he annually
sponsors an Easter-time trip to
Honolulu.
More than 300 students had
signed up for his trip last year,
'C

Letters to Editor Welcome
The Alligator welcome* letter* from it* reader* on any sub subject
ject subject of general Interest to ttw student body. Letters should be
concise and conform to rules of good taste. The editor reserve*
the right to withhold or edit any letters submitted. All letters must
he signed by the writer, but names withheld on request.
They Nioiild be addressed to Editor, the Alligator. Florida Union,
Campus.

Tuesday, March 19, 1957

but the whole shebang was can cancelled
celled cancelled at the lost moment due
to the fact that he had just re :
ceived a dinner invitation to a
fraemity off-campus.

He Haw him the other day
leading one of his classes to an
outdoor session on the Plaza of
the Americas. Carefully avoid avoiding
ing avoiding the sprinkler system and the
motorscooters, fie continued
with his experiment in outdoor
teaching.
We even heard him-pass along
a few gems to his class "darn
good Peel this time . banned
last time . turn the Plaza
into a parking lot . dam
Tower . cut that out Ade
laide.
The trouble is that the pro
fessor is a soft-speaker, anc one
ha* trouble understanding him
He is famous for being a soft softspoken,
spoken, softspoken, conservative member of
the faculty.
He has the reputation of being
immensely popular with the stu student*.
dent*. student*. the first at the beginn beginning
ing beginning of the semester to have a
filled-up section, but only some somewhat
what somewhat popular with the faculty.
He enjoys classical records,
like a typically conservative;
faculty member, lines B:4o's.
and has a large collection of
good books.
Actually we like Z. P.\ his in
dependent spirit, and Someday
we even nughj enter him into
the Reader's Digest contest and
get a little folding cash as a
result- But then again, we re refuse
fuse refuse to lift a finger until we
find out what happened to those
two bodies.

(whew) One Year Almost
Gone

%
i
Kirda Hate to Leave
the Old School

ACROSS THE COLLEGIATE NATION
Yale Seniors Don't Go to Class

NEW HAVEN, Oonn(lP.)
A senior-year porgram with without
out without any formal class require requirements
ments requirements and which allows stu students
dents students to work solely at what in interests
terests interests them most may sound
like a college-boys dream. Far
from being a dream, however,
thi program is currently in op
eration at Yale for 15 carefuly
selected students. Moreover
Yale officials agree that this
Scholar of the House program,
which was started as an experi experiment
ment experiment 10 years ago. is so sue-
it hsus become a
perment p*rt of the University's
curriculum.
Backbone of the program
indeed, the justification for this
innovation, is the requirement
that each Scholar of the House
must submit no later than May
1 of his senior year a scholarly
thesis between 200 and 600 pag pages
es pages long, or a creative work of
equal scope. Moreover, during
that fateful May he must sub submit
mit submit to an oral examination
which involves him in his gen general
eral general field, not simply the small
area of his project.
Actually, the student appli applicants
cants applicants themselves as well as a
faculty screening committee de determines
termines determines who is admitted to
the program. It is not enough
for applicants to have a mini minimum
mum minimum average of 85, or even a
project which justifies a year of
intensive study Something more

Heart Research Advancing In Labs

An embryo without a heart, but
complete in every other respect,
ha* been developed in the labora laboratory,
tory, laboratory, a noted scientist told a Uni University
versity University audience of students and
doctors.
Dr. James D. Ebert, head of
the embryology division at tne
Carnegie Institution in Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, spoke at the second of the
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is demanded. "Many an appli applicant
cant applicant has gladly admitted, after
such a going-over, that his pur purpose
pose purpose wtLs not so sure nor his
project so entrancing as he
thought," says Richard B. Sew'-
el. Associate Professor of En English
glish English at Yale who served as its
Director, during the years from
1941-1945, when Yale revaluated
and redesigned many of its
courses as part of" an effort to
provide the most stimulating
curriculum possible for the en entire
tire entire post-war generation.
These applicants have with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn voluntarily, he states
Those left present a formidable
array of intelligence. Those ad admitted
mitted admitted work under faculty ad advisors
visors advisors of their own choosing.
This relationship between stu student
dent student and advisor, an expert who
has agreed to give direction, as assistance
sistance assistance and encouragem en t
whenever required, who often
spends long hours directing a
student to books and to other
ing the work in progress is the
scholars in the field, or review reviewcore
core reviewcore of the program.
Where once the program at attracted
tracted attracted mainly creative writer*
lish. today other academic dis disciplines
ciplines disciplines are represented. Stu Students
dents Students in philosophy, political
science, romance languages,
anthropology, history, classics,
and physical sciences are par participating
ticipating participating in the Scholars of the
House program.
or students majoring in Eng-

lecture senes on growth and de development
velopment development sponsored by the Nat National
ional National Cancer Institue and the UF
. College of Medicine-.
I Held at the J Hillis Miller
Health Center auditorium, the lec lecture
ture lecture was on the Molecular Basis
! of the First Heart Beats
l *
Citing his research on early
! forms' of life before birth. Dr.
Ebert sjaid he developed a speci specific
fic specific antibody (a chemical which in inhibited
hibited inhibited heart growth i whieh, when
injected into early chick embryos
stopped heart development leaving
the rest of the embryo complete.
In its earliest stage, the embrvo
looks like nothing more than a
blob even under the microscope.
Not much is known about this
unidentified mass of cells which
go about their own business, to
multiplying and forming Vitaly or organs
gans organs such as the heart, the eye.
the liver and others, he said.
m m
These studies on chemical*
which affect the heart and other

(sigh) No Ring Yet

tsL
(sigh) STILL No Ring! 4

Topics under investigation
this year include: the origins of
the American concept of liber liberty;
ty; liberty; the mind and thought of
Benjamin Franklin; Leontiev,
the Russian publicist, critic and
sociologist; patterns of econom economic
ic economic industrial growth in under underdeveloped
developed underdeveloped areas of the world:
social Darwinism as a factor in
anti-conservative thought; the
problem of alienation in Wil William
liam William Wordsworth, and Matthew
Arnold; Leon Blum and the
death of the French Third Re Republic;
public; Republic; and the origin of Dos Dostoyevsky's
toyevsky's Dostoyevsky's concept of the hero.
In 1949 the' scholars and
their advisors inaugurated a se series
ries series of bi-weekly supper meet meetings.
ings. meetings. Since then these meetings
have assumed a central signif significance
icance significance in the life of the pro program.
gram. program. Each student reports on
the progress of his project at
one meeting eacjh term These
detailed reports are subjected
to the criticism of the Scholars
themselves a djrect, forthright
variety which only fellow-stu fellow-students
dents fellow-students are capable of rendering
and the tempered judgments
of faculty experts.
Faculty members not directly
connected with the program,
and visitors campps often
attend these meetings and fre
quenlv. participate in the dis discussions
cussions discussions that evolve at each
session. "Here truly is the near nearest
est nearest thing we have to a Univers University
ity University in-miniature functioning
actively on the Yale campus,"
says Mr Sewej.

muscle Ussue may offer clues on
questions puzzling doctors about
muscle disorders which crop up in
later life such as muscular dys dystrophy.
trophy. dystrophy.
The great muscle mass des destined
tined destined to become the heart starts
pulsating long before the eye or
brain develop." Dr. Ebert said.
In fact, the heart starts twitch twitching
ing twitching even before any nerves extend
out to it.
In humans, the heart starts
beating as early as the fourth
week of life at a rate of 65 times
a minute and gradually to over
73 at birth Dr. Ebert's studies
on the chick embryo showed 'hat
the early heart beats rhythmical rhythmically
ly rhythmically with off and on rest periods
when it is just a double-barrel double-barrelled
led double-barrelled tube of muscle tissue.
The rest periods become short
er as the embryo develops into a
fetus, he said, and each new part
sets a faster pace of heart beats
until reaching tbp efficiency at
birth. The human heart follows
the same course of even's

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Says Columnist Spoke
For Himself, Not 'Me'

Editor:
Your assistant editor's (Dave
Levvi column last Tuesday
caused a question to arise m
-my mind'. The statement he
'made was as follows: "We be believe
lieve believe the Florida Supreme Court
made a drastic error in its de decision
cision decision this weekend denying
Virgil Hawkins the right to 1m
mediate entrance in the UF law lawschool
school lawschool Levy said. We be
lieve;" did he mean to say he
believes, for as far as I am
concerned that we doesn't in include
clude include me.
He goes on further 'The court talks in circles con concerning
cerning concerning what is involved in the
Hawkins case. Well now, this
bit of wisdom of being able to

Says Gator Scared of Poll

Editor:
"It was both amusing and dis disgusting"
gusting" disgusting" to read the editorial
regarding a survey being con conducted
ducted conducted about the Alligator. I
won't flatly say this is a typical
editorial, but it docs show how howemotional,
emotional, howemotional, misinformed and il illogical
logical illogical "some'' people w-riting
for the Alligator are. It also
points up need for such a sur surverv.
verv. surverv. <
To begin with.. the Alligator
I wasn't being used as a political
football by politicians in need
[ of issues. The survey was being
conducted to determine student
approval or disapproval of "its"
present status. It might be in interesting
teresting interesting for you to note, that
not one student who has filled
out this survey or that I have
spoken to about it have found
it senseless, amusing or disgus disgusting.
ting. disgusting. It seems that they have
some gripes to make, an 4 d con contrary
trary contrary to your view. I haven't
enough copies to meet the de
mand.
Another point Why is the A1
ligator so alarmed at a survey
being conducted ahout itself
Have you something to hide?
Why should you have immunity
from criticism, If there is any?
I can t help wondering why a
newspaper, which carries on
crusades against everyone and
everything, would think itself
elevated higher than anyone or
anything and subject to no cri criticism.
ticism. criticism.
It is also interesting to note
that .you, as editor, do not be believe'
lieve' believe' a survey of this kind
should be handled by Student
Government, political parties or

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future problems cone ( r n 1 n
Hawkins is light interesting
Levy has, in three paragraphs
analyzed tlie problem and of offered
fered offered the solution. I'll net t lie
men in Tallahassee would be
eternally grateful if they could
obtain the help from a person
of such gifted, ability.
I am not a part of John Fas
per s fan club, nor am I a bark -,
er of the NAACP I have my
own persona! opinion of the
..above situation end 1 sure
would appreciate it if in
Levy's future columns, he would
clarify who is included under
"We believe" or if h? n\eant to
sav, He believes,
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the newspaper involved V tins
is to, then may I be so. bold as
to ask Why the All-g.--t->r I II >
conduct such a poll of itself. V
so, I have to admit' that your
poll w'as surely more secret, if
not superior, than tne present
one. The Alligator s poll was
probably the. best Kept secret
of all time Another thing, how
come the results wet on't pub published?
lished? published? Didn't the Results please ;
you?
Befdre your editorial ( was
n't so sure this survey would
uncover anything of import--
ance, but now I wonder. When
tiie editor of a neW.-paphr jump.-
so fast to condemn that he con contradicts
tradicts contradicts himself, J wonder what
it is he is trying to hide bentnd
his superficial arguments. When
one starts talking about low lowering"
ering" lowering" himself to the politicians
level so things can be "aired.
he should first atop and evalu evaluate
ate evaluate his own position. You see
Mr. Editor, you were a mite
over-anxious to cover-up. Just
a mite too suspicious of others.
Some people still have moral in integrity
tegrity integrity left. There are still some
individuals w'ho do not get any
particular satisfaction from cru crusades
sades crusades against people or things.
What will the survey uncover
I wonder.
Italpii E. Carey
Editor's Note We don't know
what your survey "uncovered b
but response to the one primed
in last week's Alligator was
gratifying. Results will be pub published
lished published soon. Your letter, Mr. Ca Carey,
rey, Carey, helps prove our point that
your poll, taken by a political
party, would not b* an impar impartial
tial impartial one.

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phy trophy rase should be without thin
nice trophy.
The purpose lor giving the
nice trophy is pending but Uiia
should in no way delay the de devoted
voted devoted Work for it. Trophy Rea Reason
son Reason us indeed tn our ml dirt and
all ahould join in the fun, to
prevent interests from being di diverted
verted diverted to such insignificant etv
deavors such a* scholarship,
service of the cultivation of
- friendships.
Start now, and your fine
group will be left holding a nice
trophy
TERKV Jh. TROIRIER