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Volume 49, Number 53

BjEHHonor Court To Get Editor Squabble

The Motion That Touched Off the Bombshell
George Levy .(left). Gator' Party independent eo- chairman, tellsPExecutive Council members Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night that the March 27 appointment nt Alligator editor should be reconsidered. Student Body
Vice President Hon .McCall (center) watches amt President Eddie Beardsley ap|>ears attentive. The
Council then voted to reject the Electoral Boards seleetion ol Dave l.e*y (no relation to George)
as Alligator editor lor next year. (Gator photo by Frye)
Cluck Set to Return;
Ends Juunt to Italy
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Gator Assistaijt Editor
Karl Gluck, famous Gator
hoaxer" of days past, is slat slated
ed slated to arrive en toto" in Baton
Rouge, La., on about May 21
or 22.
A recent communique ieceiv-.
ed from Gluck, postmarked Ll Llyome,
yome, Llyome, Italy, states that he has
been having a grand time view viewing
ing viewing Europe, but that he will
soon return to the stales.
Gluck, a graduate of the Uni University
versity University in January, 1957, was
known during his days on
campus as the individualist of
A former Gator staff writer,
Gluck's most notorious hoax
was a story which he manag managed
ed managed to get inserted into the Gator,
concerning a proposed visit of
the University of Moscow
Chess Team to the United play the UF team,
* *
Gluck carried out the hoax
to the fullest, using Russian Russianimpersonators,
impersonators, Russianimpersonators, fake FBI men
who arrested the chess team,
arid blackboards in Bryan
Lounge which kept score of
each move during the games.
Gluck wrote to Alligator Edi Editor
tor Editor Don Bacon this week his
Alumnus Ravings a 3 page
brief on all of his exploits with
in the past three months.
Starting out from Gainesville
with a bfke. a camera and some
ramping gear Gluck proceed proceeded
ed proceeded to New Orleans, which he
describes as lecherous and pic picturesque."
turesque." picturesque."
There he spent, a day drift drifting
ing drifting through the narrow streets

Players / Version of Happy Time
Delightful Despite Inexperience

Gator Drama Critic
An optimistip. well-prepared
cast, handicapped only by un unfamiliarity
familiarity unfamiliarity with the French di dialect.
alect. dialect. presented a half-filled P.
K. Yonge auditorium their de delightful
lightful delightful interpretation of Samu Samuel
el Samuel Taylor's The Happy Time.
The play, which opened Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night, will continue wjth
its third and fourth runs tonight
and tomorrow night at S oclock
in P. K. Yonge.
Comedy, perhaps the most dif difficult
ficult difficult of all types of drama to
effectuate, proved to be no ob obstacle
stacle obstacle to the relatively inexper inexperienced
ienced inexperienced cast. The sublcties of
the Bonnard humor were cap captured
tured captured by most of the cast, and
were. exceedingly well enacted
in the roles of Grandpere, Un Uncle
cle Uncle Louis, and Alfred. 1
Though off to a slow begin beginning,
ning, beginning, the play picked up after
the first act, and continued m itli
a fairly moderate pa> e through throughout.
out. throughout. The only indications of a


. . bicycle trip delayed
of the French Quarter, dis dismounting
mounting dismounting from time to time to
stalk and shoot successive pic pictures
tures pictures of the denizens," Gluck
"The chief advantages <>t pho photographing
tographing photographing from a bike." ac according
cording according to Gluck, "being the
ability to cover a great deal of
ground slowly enough to reallv
see what is about you. ease on
parking the vehicle and getting
into a shooting position quick quickly.
ly. quickly.
The same day. says Gluck.

restless audience occurred in the
third act when the heavy, but
not elaborate, sets had to be
The Happy Time" describes
the problems of a French tam tamilv.
ilv. tamilv. the Jacques Bonnards.who
settle in Canada. Papa Bon Bonnard.
nard. Bonnard. a devoted musician, in informs
forms informs his family that he has
hired a new French maid. Mig Mignonette.
nonette. Mignonette. When Mignonette ar arrives.
rives. arrives. voung Bibi. the Bonnard s
12-year old son. develops a
crush on her and hides her
The Bonnard s other son, Des Desmonde,
monde, Desmonde, commonly known as the
Casanova of Canada, comes
home and falls in love with Mig Mignonettebut
nonettebut Mignonettebut she coldly refuses
him as she believes he stole
her nightgowns.
The play reaches a climax in
the third act when Bibi ells
the Bonnards that he has been
beaten by the principal of his
school, who accused him of.
drawing dirty French pictures.
The outraged Bonnards march

he learned that there was a des desperate
perate desperate shortage of seamen in
New Orleans because of a sud sudden
den sudden shipping boom.
The next morning, (after so sobering
bering sobering upi I dropped into the
seaman's union hall, hoping
for a long shotand came up
with a bonanza! Less than an
hour later I was signed on an
oil tanker bound for Spanish
Morocco and Italy and another
hour later found my bicycle and
gear and myself aboard the ship.
. We sailed the next day.
Gluck has spent the past few
months sailing with the crew
and exploring the coasts of
Europe. It is a far cry from
his announced intention, as he
left Gainesville, of pedalling a
bike all the way to South Am America.
erica. America.
Newspapers all over t-he state
ran pictures of 'Gluck boarding
his scantily-equipped bicycle
as he started on his one-mar.
Gluck writes that he didn
give up the idea of a South
American trip, "it has just been
postponed. I couldn't resist the
expectancy and adventure of a
trip aboard the sea."
Gluck wrote the letter to Ba Bacon
con Bacon while on the second-run"
to Genoa, Italy. Aboard ship, he
has his own room, a short wave
radio and about 15 books.
Gluck says that he has no de definite
finite definite plans upon his return
Life is just one unexpected de development
velopment development after another, ac according
cording according to this hoaxer of hoaxers.

to school and convince the prin principal
cipal principal otherwise. Following their
return, the nightgown mystery
unravels and as the curtain falls
the Bonnards are enjoying their
usual happy time.
.Nearly all roles in Hie play of offered
fered offered excellent opportunities for
character portrayal. Bill Jam Jameson
eson Jameson i who played Uncle Louis,
the drunken uncle! did an out outstanding
standing outstanding job of interpretation of
his part. Struggling on stage
with a portable wine dispenser
and followed by his nagging
wife, Felice, the likable char character,at
acter,at character,at once claimed and com commanded
manded commanded our attention.
Lance Richbourg is to be
commended on his fine portray portrayal
al portrayal of the oldest member of the
Bonnard tribe, Grandpere, who,
at a sprightly 80. still painU
the town and chases girls.
* *
.Vicl Taylor, vvtio played the
meek fiance, Alfred, also de dei
i dei Continued on Page THREE)

University of FloridaGainesville, Florida

SG Rejects Board Selection r
For's7-'SB Alligator Chief
Gator Staff Writer
The new Executive Council at its first .meeting Tuesday night rejected the Pub Publications
lications Publications Electoral Boards selection of Dave Levy as editor of the 1957-58 Alli Alligator.
gator. Alligator. The constitutional issue will be brought before the Honor Court Monday.

I The Council decided that the
i Publications Electoral Board
ij should reconsider its selection 01
Dave Levy as editor and voted t ,tO
(send the matter back to the publfc publfc-1
-1 publfc-1 ations board.
I Levy was selected 'over Dan
Hackel for the editorship by a 7-2
vote in the Electoral Board March
; 27. i
John Paul Jones, chairman of the
j Joard of Student Publications, can cancelled
celled cancelled a scheduled meeting of the
(Electoral Board Wednesday after afternoon
noon afternoon after hearing of the Council's
An Electoral Board meeting has
been rescheduled for next Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday.
A constitutional technicality was
the basis of the Levy issue in the
Council. At least three other people
in top publications positions are
vulnerable to attack from the new
administration under the same
The new administration went
into office Monday.
After an address to council
members by Dean R. C. Beaty in
which he cited the duties and res-
ponsibilities of Student Govern Government,
ment, Government, the meeting got underway.;
First item brought up was the
1 forming of an excuse committee
1 regulation for Executive Council
After this short routine matter.
Eddie Beardsley said they would
move to item eight on the agenda,
marked miscellaneous.
Emory Weatherly then tooa the
floor and a sad there had been a
mixup in the selection of editor
of one of the student publications.
Weatherly then yielded the floor
to George Levy, Gator Party In Independent
dependent Independent co-chait man.
* :*
It is the duty and responsibili responsibility
ty responsibility of the Executive Council to pro protect
tect protect the Constitution of the Stu Student
dent Student Body, Levy said.
He then went on to state that in
the recent appointment of David
Levy to the post of Editor of the
1957-58 Alligator, the constitution constitutional
al constitutional requirements had not been ful fulfilled.
filled. fulfilled.
George Levy then read the sec section
tion section of the constitution under
which the question was raised.
(This section of the Constitution
appears in two quite different 1
ways in two student body publi publications.
cations. publications. )
The constitution, as written in
: the 1956-57 F Book, of which Dan
Hackel was editor, reads: These
! candidates shall be chosen only
1 from among those who have sub submitted
mitted submitted their qualifications, or at
Ithe discretion of the board in the
| absence of sucn qualifications, as
herein provided, must be confirm confirmed
ed confirmed by a two-thirds vote of the in incumbent
cumbent incumbent Executive Council before
being eligible for office.
) Shortly before it was to be ad ad|
| ad| opted in the spring elections last
year, the constitution was printed
in the Alligator. The section under
question read as follows: These
candidates shall be chosen only
from among those who have sub submitted
mitted submitted their qualifications for eafh
particular office, provided that if
no such qualifications are submitt submitted.
ed. submitted. the special electoral .board may
make such selections at its own
I discretion and further provided
that all candidates selected, whe-

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Youngster in 'The Happy Time'
The Happy Time, last major production of the Florida Players,
runs until tomorrow night In P. K. Yonge Auditorium. Gerald
Hodges, (left), son of Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Hodges of Gainesville,
plays li-year-old Bibi. Bunny Rosenson plays Mignonette, the new
French maid of the Bonnards, characters in the plaj. Oirtain
time tonight and tomorrow ia 8:15 p.m. (Gator Phofot

, . Dave Dvy . I)nn Hackel

ther chosen on the basis-of qualifie- i
. ations, or at the discretion of the ;
board in the absence of such qual- j
ifications, as herein provided, must
be confirmed by a two-thirds vote
of the incumbent Executive Coun Council
cil Council before being eligible for office." j
*. *
the Executive Council meet meeting
ing meeting following the March 27 elect election
ion election of editor, managing editor and
business manager of the Alligator
and editor and business manager
of next year's Orange Peel, only

New Civil Service Bill
Sparks Council Debate
Gator Staff W riter
A move to present a new civil service act which, among other
things, would make all previous civil service laws null and void
touched off much heated debate when it was introduced at the first
meeting of the new Executive Council Tuesday night.

After various other issues had
been brought before the council
Eddie Beardsley introduced the
(subject, which has as its main
points the establishment of a Civil
Service Commission to be appoint appointed
ed appointed by the president and to allow
all appointments made dv the
Commission to be appointed by
the president and to allow all ap appointments
pointments appointments made by the Commis Commission
sion Commission to become effective only with
i the approval of the president. \
motion was then made to pass
the Act but a heated discussion
Jack Lucks, council member
from the College of Physical Ed Education,
ucation, Education, said that he believed,
necessary approval by the pres president
ident president defeats the purpose of a ci civil
vil civil service act." Lucks then asked
Beardsley why there would
be any need for presidential ap ap:
: ap: proval of the Commission's ap ap|
| ap| pointments since the president ap appointed
pointed appointed the Commission end
j should have faith in their judge judgement.
ment. judgement. Lucks then asked for an
amendment to the Act to give.

I the-names of those appointees who'
were not qualified under the eon eon;
; eon; stitutional semester requirements
were brought up for approval.
This is the policy that was in
'ffect for all elections of publi publi|
| publi| "ations officers by the elector?]
board this year.
All names brought up at the
meeting were approved.
After reading the section of the
constitution, the Gator Party co cochairman
chairman cochairman said there had been
(Continued on page THREE)

i the exec council the power of ap approval
proval approval instead of the president.
A great deal of discussion fol-j
lowed and -finally Lucks got the
floor again and asked that another
amendment be added which would
| also allow the executive council i
1 to choose the members of the Civ Civil
il Civil Service Commission.
I After this, the issue was tabled
by John Philpot. Arts and Sciences
Beardsley said that he would
try and arrange the Act in a clear-;
er form so as to eliminate all
In an attempt to clarity the
reason behind the new Act, Beard- i
sley said that a major portion of
his campaign platform was con
cerned with the formation of a ci-j
vil service plan. He said tiiat he
and his administration had plan planned
ned planned to work out all the details
during the summer,
i Bui. Beardsley added, last min minute
ute minute actions taken by the previous
administration forced us to take
, some kind of action without am am,
, am, pie preparation. Beardsley added
that he felt that a simple re repealing
pealing repealing of the previous civil ser serj
j serj vice act would be a show of poor
I faith to the student body."
Philpot also made a motion that
all previous civil service acts be
declared null and void by the
council. The motion was passed.
A special meeting was called by
Beardsley for yesterday afternoon afternoon|
| afternoon| but was later postponed until trice
! regularly scheduled meeting lext
Tuesday night at 8:30 p. m.
English Prof Named
Fulbrighf Winner
Dr. David P. Harris, instructor
j in English has been awarded a
| Fulbright Grant to lecture in
: English language at the University
of Athens.
| He has been on the faculty since
; 1954. In addition to his capacity
as instructor in English he is dir-
I ector of English for foreign stu students.
dents. students. He holds degrees from
' Kenyon College and the Univers University
ity University of Michigan.
Library Sef for Exams
The University Library will be
open from 7 to 10 p.m. each Sat Saturday
urday Saturday during the examination
period, May 18 and 25. according
to Elliott Hardaway, assistant di director
rector director of Libraries.

Council Maneuver
Could Cripple SC
An Editorial
Alligator Editor in Chief
This is not an editorial in the usual sense.
Rather, because of the seriousness of the sub subject
ject subject matter, it is a letter to you. the students, ex explaining
plaining explaining what has happened and what will con continue
tinue continue to happen to your Student Government*
publications, Honor Court and other student studentoperated
operated studentoperated agencies.
This story is not an easy one to fell. It is in intended
tended intended to anger and disgust you and shame the
parties, to be mentioned by name, who have
shown complete disregard for the trust we, os
voters, placed in them.
Student Body President Eddie Beardsley, who
rose to the pinnocle of campus leadership be because
cause because he is a good, likable guy rather than on a
record of leadership or ability, is the main char character
acter character in this story. In all fairness to Eddie, he
did not hatch this scheme to put one of his poli political
tical political tools in as editor. But he was duped into be believing
lieving believing it was to his benefit and was workable.
He is now its leader.
Apparently Eddie realized for the first time
Tuesday the real power he holds as president of
the student body. He listened to convincing ar arguments
guments arguments from a little salesman, Dan Hackel,
who had lost to David Levy in the contest for
editor of the Florida Alligator. Hackel moaned
about how the Alligator Electoral Board was
stacked against him under the last administra administration
tion administration (there is some foct to this contention) and
showed Beardsley how under a constitutional
technicality Levy had to be approved by the Ex Executive
ecutive Executive Council.
The Fleming Exec Council, following a typo typographical
graphical typographical misprint in the F Book, had presumed
that only those candidates not qualified under
the laws of the constitution mur/ be approved by
the Council.
Beardsley, with a firm desire to control the
Alligator as a mouthpiece for his administra administration,
tion, administration, liked Hackels plan. Former Alligator Edit- 4
or Al Quentel, who feels Hackel is more qualifi qualified
ed qualified to edit the paper and cannot accept the fact
that Levy has been duly chosen, helped formu formulate
late formulate this elaborate scheme. He further convinc convinced
ed convinced Beardsley of its feasibility and offered sup support.
port. support.
The fight was on. But what kind of fight is
this? There can be no winners.
Eddie Beardsley in his first week as president
virtually has wrecked his administration. The
Executive Council is in near rebellion over the
childish way Beardsley rammed through this un underhanded
derhanded underhanded legislation. The Council, which has
the reputation for voting with the president even
when it does not know the facts, further proved
she contention. Only after Beardsley had ruled
discussion on the measure out of order 6nd the
vote taken, the lambs realize they had been
led blindly into the lions den.
Revolt within the Gator Party ranks soon
spread to the upper echelon. George Levy, inde independent
pendent independent co-chairman who hod been coerced in into
to into presenting the plea to reject Levy, had trouble
sleeping Tuesday night and by Wednesday had
decided rightfully that the trick was morally
wrong. However, Thursday afternoon Levy had
again reversed, deciding to stick with the party
because he was "morally obligated.
Bill Skaggs, Beardsley's fraternity brother and
king maker in the intraparty circles, likewise
decided he had to live with his conscience and
told Beardsley and Hackel he would have no
part in the plan. Skaggs had been appointed at
this same Exec Council to replace Hackel on the
Electoral Board. This move would have assured
the Gator faction of a five to four majority on
the Board; theoretically assuring a reversal
when the selection was returned to the Board.
Dave Hyman and Bud Shorstein, who call the
shots politically for Hackels fraternity, TEP,
would have no part of it from the beginning.
Both have spent long hours trying to convince
their compatriots of the moral inequities of
ousting Levy. It is significant to note that Hack Hackel's
el's Hackel's grandstand play does not even have the sup support
port support of his fraternity brothers.
If this were merely a question of who would
edit the Alligator next year, I wouldnt waste my
time to argue strongly for either side. As I told
the Board when I was a member, neither Levy
nor Hackel are overly qualified. On the basis of
jounalism background Hackel has the edge; in
moral responsibility most prefer Levy, j
At the electoral Board meeting to pick editors
(Continued On Page Four)

11,000 students
in university
of florida

Friday, May 10, 1957

Page 6

Florida Alligator, Friday, May 10, 1957

Darkhorse Netters
Vie In SEC Meet

The Florida tennis tearri a com-|
peting in the Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference Tournament this
in Baton, kouge, Louisiana.
Tulane's perennial SEC power powerhouse
house powerhouse looms as the favorite in the
three-day meet.- as it defends
the crown it won last year. The
Greemes have their entire 1955
squad available this year, includ including
ing including number one singles player
and Brazilian champion Jose Agu Ague
e Ague o and two United States Davis
Clippers, Ron Holber and Craw Craw.for'l
.for'l Craw.for'l Henry. <.]
A tight' race looms for the se secon
con secon I place honors. Florida, Louis Louis/iana'
/iana' Louis/iana' State, gnd Vanderbilt all
have 'strong squads and promise
to make it a dogfight for the
runrieruip laurels.
* *
Tuesday, the Gator netters bow bowed
ed bowed to LSU, 7-2, in a match prior
to the SEC .tourney. The Bayou
Bengals swept over the Florida
team, winning five singles and
two doubles matches.
Dick Leslie scored the only Flo Florida
rida Florida singles win. defeating LSU's
number one man, Kenny Carter.
9-7. 6-4.
In doubles competition. Buddy
Husband and Dave Shaw came
from behind to defeat Ronnie Fe Fe|

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Mm, >W|S||f, good times in the famous Palm Court,
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1. THE FLORIDA BOOK STORE, W. University Ave. will be
buying your TEXTBOOKS all during the Examination Period.
And as usual, we will be paying the highest prices.
2. Thank you for the tremendous patronage during the past
year. We hope we hove served you equally as well
lj I
3. Our END OF SCHOOL YEAR SALE is intended primarily to
express our appreciation and encourage you ta take home
for Summer reading a few fine books. Five fine paper backs
* or five great Modern Library titles (we can help you select)
j would be more than glue, ink and paper A great book can
. I change your view of life, and for the better.
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| Fe| nas'ci and Buddy Tudor, 3-6, 6-1,
, Wednesday, the Florida squad
met Vanderbilt at Baton Rouge.
Ex-Diving Champ
Is Florida Coach
Buddy Crone, former Eastern
Intercollegiate three-meter diving
champion, has been appointed var varsity
sity varsity diving coach and assistant
swimming coach at Florida. He
replaces Ted Bitondo, who re resigned
signed resigned to accept another position.
-Aside from his coaching chores.
Crone will teach in the Depart Department
ment Department of Required Physical Edu Education.
cation. Education.
Crone holds both a bachelors
and masters degree from the Uni University
versity University of North Carolina. In 1947
; he won the three-meter diving
championship in the Eastern In
tercollegiate Meeting and in 1948
won the Virginia State Diving
He was the Southern Confer Conference
ence Conference diving champion in 1943.
19-18. and 1949. He won the North
Carolina and South Carolina Men's
AATI diving championship seven

t Golf

Eight UF Varsity Athletes Nominated
To Alligator's Sports 1 Hall of Fame'

Assistant Sports Editor
Three seniors, tour jun juniors,
iors, juniors, and one sophomore to
day were named to the 1 9-l
'Florida Sports Hall of Fame
sponsored by the Alligator
In all, eight men were honored
i for their, outstanding performances
on University of Florida athletic
j teams.
The Florida athletes, all oi
1 whom have been selected to the
: Hall of Fame for the first time,
j are headed by seniors John Bar
1 row, captain of the football team
: and All-American guard from Del
| ray Beach, baseballer Burt Touch
berry, Newberry, South Carolina,
and Lincoln Knowles, West Palm
i Beach, track captain and SEC
: hurdles champ.
Rounding out the group are
juniors Bob O'Dare, cross coun country
try country ace from St ft Petersburg, Joe
Hobbs, Sheridan. Indiana, holder
of the Florida basketball scor scoring
ing scoring record, Phil Drake, swimming
| star from Ft. Lauderdale. Dick
Leslie, number pne tennis play player
er player from Battle Creek, Michigan,
and one sophomore, SEC golf
champ Tommy Aaron, who hails
from Gainesville. Georgia.

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A !i\ mail committee selected
; the Hall of Fame, including five
members "of the Alligator spoils
i- staff and one member of the
)- staff of the Sports Publicity De
7 partment.
\ Balloting was tight tor almost
all positions, w ll h only Barlow,
d Touchberry, O'Dare and Knowles
s standing out as una ii a n i m oli s
c choices. At least three men were
mentioned on ballots in many ot
,f J the other sports.
e The group includes four native
. | Floridians and an equal number
.. of athletes-, from other states,
n Barrow. Knowles, O'Dare, and
IJ Drake live in the state, while the
, rest are from different sections
( of the nation,
n :
Aarons selection to the Hall oi
Fame marks only the second time
e j in recent years a sophomore ha 3
(been thus-honored. In 1955, Dave
e j Ragan, anotlrer Gator golfer an i
r SEC links titlist, broke the
. long precedent of only juniors and
seniors being selected.
. Called by Florida golf coach
Conrad Rehiing one of the best
! young golfers T have coached",
f Aaron was the mainstay of the
g| golf team. His sparkling 287,
good for medalist honors in the
SEC tourney and second place

AXO Tops Sororities;
Zeta, AOPi Vie In SB j

Alpha Chi Omega clinched they
l Sorority League President's Tro-:
phy for the second straight year
ias it took second place m the
! swim meet and reached the
semi-finals in softball.
Zeta Tau Alpha dropped .he Al Alpha
pha Alpha .Chis 19-13 in Wednesdays
semi-final and met Alpha Omi Omi<
< Omi< Cron Pi for the softball < t own
Alpha Chi jumped off with five
! runs in the first two innings but
Zeta came back d-ith seven in
their half of the second to go in inj
j inj to the lead and added 12 more in
the next two stanzas.
Boor paced the Zeta attack with
: a three-run homer and two singles,
while Boales had a .double and
two singles. Hensel and B. Brissell
led the Alpha Chi cause with two
singles and a double apiece.
In the other semi-final game,
AOPi downed Phi Mu. 10-2. with
| four runs in the first and six in
the fourth. Perryman and Law Lawton
ton Lawton blasted home runs to lead the
AOPi attack while Wootton had
two triples to pace Phi Mu.
j Both Zeta and AOPi drew first

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honors in the Southern Intercol Intercol!
! Intercol! legiate Tournament, marked Him
as one of the "comers" in the
1 national golf picture.
Aaron maintained ain average
of To m dual matches this year,
while compiling a 7-4 record in
individual competition; -He also,
finished fourth in the Florida In In,
, In, tercollegiate Tournament in Oca Oca,
, Oca, la. .a
* * I
Barrow, a unanimous choice for
the outstanding Florida gridde'r
of the year, earned All-American
honors while serving [at right
guard for the Gator eleven. He
was named to Look Magazine's
All-America first team,: and was
honored by the Associated Press
and United Press as-one of the
.top guards in the natiop.
His outstanding line play, both
on offense and defense), as .veil
as his inspiring leadership of the
Gator team. were (important
factors in the fine 6-3-1:-I record of
the footballers in 1956.
Southeastern Conference low
hurdles champ in 1955 and high
hurdles champ in 1956, track cap captain
tain captain Lincoln Knowles will be seek seeking
ing seeking to retain both titles in the con conference
ference conference meet nex- weekend in Bir Birmingham.
mingham. Birmingham. Knowles has been oiie

round byes. Zeta blasted 33
hits, including six by Boales, to
swamp ADPi 31-5 in the quarter quarterfinals.
finals. quarterfinals. AOPi's second rbund vie- j
tory earrie over Tri Delt as Shee Sheehan
han Sheehan led the way with a two tworun
run tworun homer and a two-run sin singie.
gie. singie.
Tri Delt won the Sorority 1 .lea .league
gue .league swimming nieet, taking four
of six first pl;n e.s for 34 points.
Alpha Chi took r runner-up spot
with 24. followed by Chi, Omega.
.21; DPhiE, eight; and Sigma;
Kappa, eight.
Tri Delt's Hewitt was the out outi
i outi standing performer in the meet,
taking the 25 yd., backstroke in
19.0 seconds and swimming a leg
of the winning 75 yd., medley re relay.
lay. relay. Tri Deit also took the 100
i vd., freestyle lelav as Robinson.
Besaski, Cook and German post posted
ed posted a 1:01.8 clocking, and the
diving as Locker scored 84 points.
Mary Segal of Delta Phi Epsi Epsilon
lon Epsilon won the 25 yd., freestyle and
Haspsr of Alpjia Chi took the
75 yd., 'individual medley in
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of the major factors, in the ilun-.
dads' undefeated dual meet
string, which extends over toe
past two and one-half years.
Last year. Knowles was in instrumental
strumental instrumental in bringing the SEC
track championship to the Flor Florida
ida Florida team, as he won the low
hurdles and finished second in the
Knowles holds the Florida re record
cord record in tile high hurdles, runn running
ing running the 120 yards in 14.5 seconds.
He has received a letter in track
for the past four years.
* *
O'Dare, captain of the,press
country 'squad, led the Gator har harriers
riers harriers to a fourth place finish ;n
SEC competition. He finished in
sixth place among all runners in
the conference meet.
As a sophomore. O'Dare was
one of the members of the Florida
SEC champion cross country
team. finishing fourteenth in
the indivudal standings ad back backing
ing backing up former SEC champ OOn
Cross country coach Walter
Welseh feels that ODare will be
one of the top three harriers in
the conference next year.
Holder of a new Florida scor scoring
ing scoring record during the 1956-57 rea reason,
son, reason, Joe Hobbs returns to the
: hardwood next year as captain of
j coach John Mauer's Gator cag cagers.
ers. cagers. Hobbs narrowly edited out
I captain Bob Emriek in selection
to the Hall of Fame.
Hobbs' 453 points during the
( past season broke Emricks re re;
; re; cord of 410,-set last year. He al also
so also broke the Florida single sea season's
son's season's record for most field goals
i On the free throw line. Hobbs
hit for an amazing 86 per cent of
the charity tosses he took, mail mailing
ing mailing himself one of the national
leaders in this department.
Leslie, number one nutn on the
tennis squad, has compiled an
enviable record this year. He
has lost but one singles match,
that to Ed Rubinoff of the potent
! Miami netters.
Florida's hopes in the SEC teu teunis
nis teunis tournament this weekend nest'
on Leslie's shoulders. He will
have to face some of the top net netters
ters netters in the conference during cue
1 three day meet at Baton Rouge.
Leslie is completing his second
year as-top man on the tennis
team. Last year, he helped the
Gators finish third in the SEC.
* *
An outstanding man on both the
baseball and basketball squads.
Touchberry enters the Hall of
Fame on the pitching prowess of

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; his good rig,ill arm. The Gator
: moundsman compiled a pheno phenomenal
menal phenomenal o;.sti earned run average,
allowing only five earned runs in
55 innings.
The tall South Carolinian is con considered
sidered considered a hot pitching prospect,
and is reportedly being sought by
several major league teams.
Touehberry accounted for almost
half of the nine's 13 victories,
winning six games despite being
out of the lineup for the first
month of the season. He lost two
r *
Drake, a double SET champ
and record holder, is considered
one, of the top collegiate swim swimmers
mers swimmers in the nation. He won both
the 200 yard butterfly and 200
yard breaststroke in the- confer conference
ence conference meet last month, as well
as being a member of the re record
cord record holding medley 7 relay team.
The junior swimmer finished
third in the national AAU 100 yard
butterfly, and was a member of
the fourth place Florida medley
relay team.
A transfer from the University
of North Carolina, Drake set sev several
eral several records in the Atlantic Coast

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\nn Stringfcllow, /eta. was
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Phi (.amnia Delta fraternity at
the fraternitys annual KlaeL
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of her court are Nancy Padgett.
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Final Parties Planned By Greeks

Very few activities are schedul scheduled
ed scheduled by the campus Greeks this
weekend, the last one before final
examinations begin.
lambda Chi pledges will hold
\ their annual party tomorrow, with
fraternity brothers banned !he
annual softball game between the
fraternity and the Pi Kappa Phi
team will be followed by a joint
! party tomorrow night
> The Pi Haps are having about
j 75 parents up for a special Mo-
I thers' Day luncheon and party on
A tubing party is on-the agenda

Courtroom Drama, Musical
Showing At Local Movies

Gator Staff Writer
A tense courtroom drama and
a colorful musical headline this
week's top film fare.
The suspense, mounts in "The
Tattered Dress as criminal law lawyer
yer lawyer Jeff Chandler defends a
'Wealthy client who shot his wife's.
lover Showing today and Sutur Sutur'd
'd Sutur'd ay at the State, this drama gets
strong performances from Jack
CJarson as a corrupt she 1 iff;
.Jeanne Crain, the lawyer s es estranged
tranged estranged Wife; and Gail Russell,j
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for the Kappa Sigs tomorrow at
1 Rainbow Springs, followed by a
l record party at the house. Newly
elected officers of Kappa Sig are
I .Jack Bierly, president; Horace
Walter, vice president; Jim Zinr,
, pledgemaster; Fred Martin, ec ecretary;
retary; ecretary; Jim Callin, treasurer,.
, Charles Durker, guard, and Jim
Rhvne, guard.
The Grand Alpha of Chi Phi
.. recently visited the F of K.
chapter, with state alumni gath gathered
ered gathered for a two day meet on the
campus. An exchange dinner with
; the AOPi s and a Bermuda social

. Recent Academy award'winner
Anthony Quinn portrays a ranch-i
I'M- forced to lead a killer (Ravi.
Mil-land 1 across the dangerous 1
: mountain country. As' Quinn's
wife. Debra Paget finds it hard
to decide where her loyalty lies
Kirk Douglas and Susan Hay Hayward
ward Hayward have a good-natured romp
in "Top Secret Affair. showing
today and Saturday at the Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. As a predatory female jour journalist,
nalist, journalist, Hayward tries to get. the
g ods on Army General Douglas.
The- shenanigans that follow pro-j
ride plenty of laughter
Ace photographer Fred Astaire
transforms a Greenwich Village
hookworm (Audrey Hepburn 1
to a
tee musical "Funny Face This'
Florida feature for Sunday thru
Tuesday offers a glamorous;
glimpse of Paris and a George
j Gershwin score.
"Three Violent People, a fast fastpaced
paced fastpaced western, opens Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday at the Florida. Rancher Charl Charlton
ton Charlton Heston has his hands full'
i with carpetbaggers, a cruel one one;
; one; armed brother, and a-wife 'Anne
1 Baxter! with a shady past. Only
! Gilbert Roland seems to be on
his side.
j The State midmghter for Satur Saturj
j Saturj day features 'The Cat Man 0/

Miss Mary Mice Bryan was
selected as Sweetheart of Tail
Kappa Epislon at the Tckes
Caranation Ball, a formal held
In the (raternitv last weekend.

: with trie Sigma Kappa's were ho'J
this week. The Tri-Delfs were en entertained
tertained entertained last week
The Tri Delts held their annual
weekend last week. "Teahouse of
the Delta Moon as their theme.
Dave Strawn was chosen 'Tn
Deit Man, with Claude Allen ebo ebosen
sen ebosen as "'Mi. Pine, Bill. Birc.h Birc.h-jeld.
jeld. Birc.h-jeld. "Mr. Crescent", and Cliff
Hood, "Mr. Pear)
The ADli's were entertained at
a Bermuda shorts social by 'the
Kappa Sigs last week Neve'
; pledge is Sandy Wolf
The Theta Chi's opened their
doors last Sunday for an op.i
house in honor of their new house housemother.
mother. housemother. Mrs. Mildred Dollai
This was the first open house foi
the "boys behind the red doors
since they moved into the new
I house in the fall of 19f>5
j- The entire house, including 'he
j upstairs, was open for observation
Guests included members ot 'the
University faculty, fraternity and
sorority presidents and their house
mothers. Honorary guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Earl "Dusty
Rhodes, past national president ot
Theta Chi and Dean and Mrs. Me
The Chi O's held a beach par party
ty party Saturday at Crescent Beach
Wednesday the sorority was en entertained
tertained entertained by the Pi Kaps.
New officers of Tau Epsilon Ilii
.are Marty Shaprio, chancellor;
1 Byron Selber, vice chancellor ;
i Bill Isaac, bursar, ira Richman
scribe; Jack Welber, Martv Flei Fleishe
sher Fleishe t and Ray Green executive
1 council. Last weekend tiic TEP's
1 entertained 35 high school seniors
at their annual Rush Weekend,
i with a tubing party on the Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow Springs River featured.
Newest pledge of Phi Mu soror sorority
ity sorority is Pat. Chavne.

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PDT, LXA Win Softball To End Year I

Orange Champions j
Down Snakes 2-0
Phi Delt'B Eddie King pitched a one-hitter as the Orange League
Chaunpions took a 2-0 victor)- over Sigma Nu to end the year with

their fifth trophy.
The winning run Was unearned
as King walked to start the sixth
and scoied as Nichols reached
first on an err_or. Taylor was *
on a fielder's choice and came
in with the second tally on Doyle s
The Snakes' only threat came
in the fourth as Knapp wa.ked
with one out and Martinez singl singled.
ed. singled. King bore down to retire
Moore and Few and that was the
game until the sixth.
The Phi Delts had two men on
in the first and second "but Snaae
hurler Bobby Barnee stayed out
of trouble up to the sixth.
King capped a perfect season
with 18 strike-outs for his fifth
straight shut-out which included a
no-hitter against Sig Ep and de decisions
cisions decisions over Sigma Chi, 1-0; Deit.
8-0; and Kappa Sig. 1-0. The Phi
Delt hurler racked up 60 strike strikeouts
outs strikeouts for an average of 12 per
The Snakes had little trouble
until they met Phi Delt. as Barn Barnes
es Barnes posted victories over Tau Ep Epsijpn
sijpn Epsijpn Phi. 13-2; Sig, Alpiv, 2-1: and
Pi Kappa Alpha, isl. The Sigma
Nu hurler struck out 33 in four
games for a respectable eignt
per game average
* t
This year# Orange league fin
ish was a far cry from last, sea season
son season when only 100 points separat separated
ed separated the top four teams.
The Phi Delts finished 107 points

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'ahead of runner-up Sigma Nu with
Sig Alph another 116 points back.
Fourth place Sigma Chi was 131
, points behind SAE and 314 out
' of first.
' The Phi Delts took only the
tennis crown in the fall semester,
but piled up the points this spring
with the table tennis, bowling,
swimming and softball titles.
Sigma Nu started off with the
horseshoe trophy and added has-,
ketball and handball to the list but
were hurt in the minor Sports.
Sig Alph finished strong with
the football, snuffleboard arid voi voiilevball
ilevball voiilevball corwns while Sigma Chi
slipped into fourth with the track
and golf titles- Fifth place Tau
Epsilon Phi took the water bas basketball,
ketball, basketball, trophy. reaching the fin finals
als finals in tennis and bowling to stay
with the leaders.
Pike, ADPi Take
Baitcasting Titles
Pi Kappa Alpha and Alpha Del-
ta Pi won the fraternity and so roc-;
ity divisions of the campus-wide
i baitcasting and spinning contest
hold Monday and Tuesday at the j
Florida pool
Tyrone Parker and Kathy Mc-
Kinley won the Independent bait
casting titles while Fletcher took
the team trophy Bob I-odiner,
TX. and Peggy Watson and Sand Sandra
ra Sandra Hollis ADPis took the other'
baitcasting crowns.

Page 5

j Creek Standings |

1. Phi Delta Theta 1381
2. Sigma Nu 1274
3. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1158
4. Sigma Chi ,* 1027
5. Tau Epsilon Phi 982
6 Delta Tau Delta 947
7. Sigma Phi Epsilon 917
8. Kappa Sigma 850
9. P: Lambda F > h 793
10. Alpha Tau Omega 7,86
11. Kappa Alpha 835
12. Pi Kappa Alpha 634


1. Pi Lambda Phi 4.42
2. Sigma Chi 4.33
3. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 4.21
4 Phi Delta Theta 3.98
5. Pi Kappa Alpha 3 92
. 6. Delta Tau Delta 3.86
\7. Sigma Phi Epsilon 379
' 8. Sigma Nu 3 66
i 9. Tau Epsilon Phi 3 65
1 10. Alpha Tau Omega 364
-11. Kappa Alpha 3 63
jl2. Kappa Sigma 3 43

Kats Snare Dorm League;
South 1 Wins Table Tennis

. South First and Ground took
i the Dorm League table tennis
. championship by topping the Flet Flet-1
-1 Flet-1 eher K Kats. 2-1, as the season
came to a close with Fletcner K
heading the field in the league
Carter got South off on the righ
; foot by defeating Morris s- oph oph:
: oph: ens of the Kats. 21-9 21-8, and 21-
:7, but Jones came back so tie it
up for Fletcher K with 21-13, 21-9
and 21-17 triumphs.
In the third and deciding match.

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2. Phi Kappa Tau 1222
3. Theta Chi 1123
4. Alpha Epsilon Pi 997
5. Pi Kappa Phi 913
6. Chi Phi 909
7. Lambda Chi Alpha 874
8. Alpha Gamma Rho 810
9 Phi Gamma Delta 757
10. Delta Chi 738
11 Phi Sigma Kappa 643
,12 Sigma Phi >2s
13 Tap Kappa Epsilon 430
14 Sigma Alpha Mu 415
45. Delta Epsilon 130

1. Theta Chi 4 33
2. Chi Phi 4.32
3. Delta Chi 4.27
4 Phi Gamma Delta 4.19
5. Phi Sigma Kappa 4.17
6. Alpha Gamma Rho 4.08
7. lambda Chi Alpha 3 92
8 Pi Kappa Phi 3.89
9. Alpha Epsilpn Pi 3 86
10/ Beta Theta Pi 3 80
11. Phi Kappa Tau 3.63
12 Delta Sigma Phi 3.59
13. Tau Kappa Epsilon 3 58
14. Sigma Alpha Mu 3.25

Havel of South bested John Har Harkins
kins Harkins in three straight games 21-
18. 24-22. and 21-15 to take tiy?
(Town for the South ,tearn.
In the semi-finals. South was
defeated by Fletcher .T. but Flet Fletcher
cher Fletcher .1 used an ineligible man
and the match was awarded to
Fletcher K reached the finals
without playing a game as both
their opening round and sem;
final opponents forfeited t n e t r

Underdogs Drop
Beta Theta Pis
To Take Crown
Gator Sports H riter
Lambda Chi Alpha defeat" 1
Blue League champion Beta Them
. P.. 13-5. to win the softball ms n
n the loop's final action Monday
The underdog Lambda. Chis took
a three-run lead in the first inning
and coasted to their first trophy
of the season as the league-champ
' ions definitely had a bad day
BryAnt drew a walk to sta-t
things off and, a iter Steele reached
I first on an error. Polly walked
, to fill the bases Singletary follow follow
follow ed with a two-run single and
, Kreuien drove in the final run
- with' another single. ..
i ; The Betas scored one run in trie
! second, the closest they came ail
i afternoon, as Boh Vosloh walked,
i was sacrificed to second and sc or
) ed on an error
' Lambda Chi continued to pour
1 it on as Polly's home run and
' Brandt s double scored three more
in the third and a grand! -dam
homer by Bryant added four in
*he fifth. Polly ended trie scoring
in the seventh with his se ond no nomer.
mer. nomer. coining with a man
Tile Betas closed the gap sugh*-
ly with two tallies in the third as
Carroll walked end Moore, Blod Blodgett
gett Blodgett and Mclntyre followed wen
singles A two-run double by-
Blodgett ended the Beta scoring
in the fifth
On its way to the finals. Lam-
bda Chi defeaed Delta Sig. i-i;
Delta Chi. S-1 : Phi Gam 5-0: ,m1
, look a forfeit from Teke
The Betas scored a plav-off vic victory
tory victory over Theta Chi. 7-2/ after tak takr
r takr ing their bracket, with wins from
Pi Kap. 142, Phi Tau. 10-5: and
; J i AEPi, 19-14.
The Betas ended the year 2<*o
points ahead of runner-up Phli Tan
large!'' on the basis of four first
semester trophies which included
water basketball, track, football
and shuffleboard. adding the jable
tennis and swimming crowns to
coast in.
Phi Tau hung on all year b
its only consolation came with a
win over Beta for the volleyball
title Third pia' e Theia Chi; took
the basketball and golf crowns
j while AEPi ended in the fourth
! slot with the horseshoe trophy.

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Tom works out of the IBM Balti Baltimore-Office
more-Office Baltimore-Office with some of America's
Studying customer's prsssnt system
biggest companies as' his customers.
Graduated from Johns Hopkins in
August, 55, with a 8.5.1.E.. he came
immediately toIBM. During histrain histraining
ing histraining period, Tom studied IBM's
Punched Card and Electronic, Data
Processing Machines. He learned their
uses, their applications, and was in-
structed in the theories and methods
of data processing.
Diversified Assignments
A leading aircraft company was Tom's
first major assignment. My job
there, he explains, ,was to analyze
the application of IBM's latest elec electronic
tronic electronic computer the 705 to regu regulate
late regulate the flow of mat erials and machines
used to fill Government contracts.
Then came a short, hut highly sat satisfying
isfying satisfying assignment. At the Bellwood
Quartermaster Corps. Tom set up a
SOAP system System for Opti Optimum
mum Optimum Automatic Programming de-

: i

C.L.O. Cops Independent Title

C L 0 copped the Independent
League crown by winning its semi semifinal
final semifinal golf match and will go after
the links championship in the fi
nai.s against runner-up Westminis
ter today.
C. L. 0., in second place before
the golf matches began, took the
Lad away from Georgia Seagle
when the latter was defeated b-.
Westminister in the opening round
The loss dropped Georgia Seag (
down to the third slot one point
behind West minister
Scott arid Donaghy of C L O
each shot a 45 for the nine holes
in the-- semifinal mat h against
Tdmasiho and Johnson of Alpha
Chi Sigma and John Johnson
son Johnson completed the com e with
scores of (7 and o 3 respectively,
on over the combined score of the
: at
5 Minutes
Modern Shoe
Repair Shop
l Phone FR 6-521 1
Next to
The First Notional Bank
Vic Balsamo Owner

What's it like to be
Two years ago, college senior Thomas Wheeler asked himself this ques question,
tion, question, Today, a Systems Analyst in IBMs Data Processing Division, Tom
reviews his experience and gives some pointers that may be helpful to
you in taking the first, most impctant step in your business career.

fined by Tom as converting the flow
of instructions and' information into
the most efficient operation for an
IBM magnetic drum Computer. Bell Bellwood,"
wood," Bellwood," Tom points out, is the In Inventory
ventory Inventory Control Center for all
< T
A problem in inventory control
Quartermaster centers in the country.
The new syst em Will achieve balanced
supply and demand of material
throughout the entire U. S. will save
money for the Governmentand re relieve
lieve relieve many men from the drudgery
of details.
For the past six months, Tom has
been working with the Statistical
Services Division of Headquarters
Air Research & Development Com-
Fpl Mt/mh ]h|" ,.'lsf'
jinb v
I "aH
Explaining IBM's 705 alacfronic computtf
mand. We are designing and imple implementing
menting implementing a system to link eleven
reporting centers to Headquarters by
wire transmission, Tom reports.
Data transmitted to Headquarters
by this system will be coordinated
and then processed by an IBM 650
electronic computer.

Westminister won its' semi-fin- |FI a vet II had scores of 52 and 45.
al match by the slim margin of In the crucial opening round
five strokes over Flavet H, 92- j match between Westminister ami
97. Moffett of Westminister was Georgia Seagle. Moffatt and Scott
; low man with 43 Scott, also of again combined to down Smith
Westminister, shot a 49 while the and Ezelle of Seagle, 93-107, with
team of Smith and Robinson from Scott medalist at 45

' Scene: The London drawing
room of Professor Moriarity
Kitchener, philologist and claru-
.tionist, A$ curtain rise s, Kit Kitchener
chener Kitchener tst singing and dancing.
Kitchener: Why can't the Eng English
lish English learn how to speak'. Hey?
Why can't a woman be like a
man What? Why cant an] y ybody
body ybody grow accustomed to my
face? So?
Enter Gatsby Donothing, a
chimney .twerp.
Donothing: Parn me. Perfi Perfizer
zer Perfizer K, oi w'd lotk tao lorn 'ow
do spike een hatterwise thun
oi spike naow.
Kitchener: Ugh! (Aside) Yet,
he's a challenge. (To Donoth Donothvrg
vrg Donothvrg All right, loathsome, in
six weeks, youll be speaking
well enough to go to the Coro Coronation
nation Coronation Ball!
Six weeks Inter


Why Tom chose IBM
Flow does a senior like Tom, who was
interviewed by at least twenty com companies
panies companies while in college, select his
future employer 9 "In my case," Tom
says, "the choice was easy. IBM
offered, the beet opportunities f knew
IBM sales were about doubling every
five yearsand when I considered
the tremendous growth potential of
the electronic computer field I had
no trouble making up my mind.
"Besides. I was impressed by the
caliber of IBM personnel. They had
a broader outiook and an approach to
i %
U Mi
At h control ponol of IBM's 650
business which I can best describe
as professional.
"My future? It looks goodvery
good. Iv*e already received two gen generous
erous generous raises in less than two years,
and at the rate IBM and the elec electronic
tronic electronic computer field are expanding,
my future is both assured and

IBM hopes this message will help to give
you "some idea of what its like to be a
Systems Analyst in the Data Processing
Division. There arp equal opportunities
for E.E XI.E/s, M.E..Xphysicists, math mathematicians,
ematicians, mathematicians, Liberal Arts majors, and
Business Administration graduates in
IBM's many divisionsResearch, Prod Product
uct Product Development, Manufacturing En Engineering,
gineering, Engineering, Sales and Sales Assistance.
Why not drop in and discuss- IBM with
your Placement Director? He can supply
our brochure and tell you when IBM will
next interview on your campus. Mean Meanwhile,
while, Meanwhile, our Manager of College Relations,
P. H. Bradley, will be happy to answer
vour questions. Just write him at IBM,
Room 119 0 4 590 Madison Ave., Nw
York 22. N. Y.

Donothing: Sao, Pra.vfooser K,
can yez thank what me spikes
gentmanlv aynuf naow? Do
we be gung to Coronation Ball
tow gedder?
Kitchener: Oh. my Aunt Sally,
the blighter hasnt learned a
thing. Im lost. But wait. Ill
dress him in a Van Heusen
Oxford cloth shirt. Then hell
pass as a gentleman for sure!
All I have-to do is be-sure he
keeps his big mouth shut. Krh
saved, but good!
( Curtain)
Yes, friends, theres nothing
like Van Heusen Oxford cloth
shirts to make a gentleman of
you. Whether you prefer but button-downs,
ton-downs, button-downs, other collars, white
or colors, see Van Heusen first.
And buy. $5.
Phillips-Jones Corp., 417 Fifth
Ave., New York 16, N. Y.

Florida Alligator, Friday, May 10. 1957

invites you to a party
at the -a,
Satuday, May 1 I,
Starts 7 p.m.
Strictly informal, food
and drinks on the house
Bring your best girl
and join the fun.

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Page 3

Peninsula Fans
Due (Oh Hum)
You've probably v>en the last
of the Peninsula, rumpus liter
ar\ magazine, for this school
year. Dr. C. E. Mounts, faculty
advisor, saiil he doesn't know
the true status of the magazine
since he hasn't seen the editor,
James A. Patterson, this semes semester.
ter. semester.
Mounts acts in an advisory
capacity while Patterson Is re responsible
sponsible responsible for the publication.
Joe Parks, associate editor,
said he has been unable to
contact Patterson since last
March, when he was told by the
editor the magazine would prob
ablv not lie published.
Patterson was not available
for comment.

SG Rejects Board Selection
For '57 -'SB Alligator Chief

(Continued from page ONE) I
"many charges against Levy bj I
krarnalism people..'
He then said the council should I
reconsider the matter
Weatherly then stood and said!
the matter should be reverted to
the publications electoral hoard.
The Electoral Board consists of
the Board of Student Publications
composed of a faculty chairman. 1
three faculty members and thiee
student members, plus the presi president
dent president of the Student Body and the 1
chancellor of the Honor Court. All
student members of the. board
won the Gator Party ticket in the
April 4 Student Body elections.
It was then moved, seconded
and carried to refer back to the
Electoral Board for reconsideta
tion the appointment of Dave Levy
as editor of the Alligator.
No discussion was held on the
Beardsley then read a letter
from Hackel in which the defeat defeatled
led defeatled Alligator editor candidate stat stated
ed stated he was resigning from the pub
lications board.
The president then suggested
that Bill Scaggs be appointed to
| fill the vacancy on the publica publications
tions publications board. This appointment
was passed by the council
* *
Marty Howell, only University
Party member re-elected to the
Exec Council, asked the chair for
an explanation of the move to re revert
vert revert the editor issue 'to the board.
She cited the 7-2 vote for Levy
in the electoral board March 23
and said ft should be evident
j that he was the choice for the
"The matter w closed Bearf Bearfsley
sley Bearfsley said.
A' request to re-open discussion
on the Levy matter was made by
another council member The
president said it would take 4
vote from the floor to have dis discussion.
cussion. discussion. A vote was taken and
| the issue failed.
( The council then went on to
"other matters on the agenda, in
eluding budgets. appointment
and the civil service bill
Vice president Ron McCall ass assert
ert assert for a special council meeting
the next night (Wednesday!, but
the motion was defeated on the
* After more discussion on the
civil service bill, a meeting for
4:30 yesterday afternoon was call called
ed called and approved by the council
| This meeting was railed off yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday.

A council member, appai-ently would take a vote. The floor then
iussatisfied with the way the Levy voted against reopening the issue
j issue was handled, asked Beard- and giving Levy floor privileges,
j sley if the editor-elect should not The meeting was then adjourn
|be given an opportunity to speak ed and a closed-door session of
ibefore the council. Levy was pres-I Gator Party members was heid
ent during the meeting. jin the student government of-
Reardslev said the matter fices.

Play Delightful
But Has Faults
(Continued from page ONE)
serves recognition for his char character
acter character bit part
Dick Dunrr is. obviously new
to the Florida stage, evidenced
by his weak portrayal of Papa
Bonnard. Poor timing, a lack of
vocal variety, and a poorly ap applied
plied applied make-up, contribute to a
character who reminds us little
of the excitable, but well-mean well-meanwig
wig well-meanwig Frenchman.
Joan Bucks (Who plays Ma Mara
ra Mara an I deserves recognition for
trying to hold the play together
-with little help from Papa!
lin one touching scene when
the two kiss downstage. Dunn
makes the typical Frenchman
look like an. awkward adoles adolescent
cent adolescent on his first date! 1
Dennis Noble, who made his
debut in lab theatre productions
earlier this year, failed to trans transfer
fer transfer his success to the Florida
stage Though matching the
part in appearance, Noble fell
short in the portrayal of Des Desmonde,
monde, Desmonde, the Casanova uncle, and
presented a rather passive,
though dashing Frenchman
Young Gerald Hodges, who
played 12-year old Bibi delight delighted
ed delighted and captivated the audience
with his naivete and innocence,
especially during the nightgown
scenes in the second act.
The two interior box set* in
the play were designed by Di
rector Clifford Ashby and con constructed
structed constructed by Gene Baker Ashby
has designed all the sets tsed
in previous Players productions
The sets in "The Happy Time
are typical of his art-' and craft craftmanship.
manship. craftmanship.
The complete cast of the pro- j
duction included: Pat Hurley ;
(Mr. Frye > Joyce Baxter (Sal (Sally);
ly); (Sally); Lew Kapner (Dr. Gagnon); j
Ann Stuart' (Aunt Felice 1; Bun Bunny
ny Bunny Ftosenson ( Mingnonette 1 ;
Mel Taylor 1 Alfred); Bill Jame Jameson
son Jameson (Uncle Louis 1 ; Dennis No Noble
ble Noble (Desmondei; Lance Rich Richbourg
bourg Richbourg (Grandpere); Joan Bucks
iMaman): Dick Dunn jPapai; t
and Gerald Hodges (Bibli,

/Mak founds
WINSTON wins the cheers -for flavor
m a

SG President
Backs Action
In Statement
The following statement, con concerning
cerning concerning the Executive Council's
rejection of David Levy as Al Alligator
ligator Alligator editor was Issued yes
terday by Eddie Beardsley, stu student-body
dent-body student-body president:
The Constitution (Section 213 1
states that "all candidates
selected by the Board of Stu Student
dent Student Publications special se'ec se'ection
tion se'ection board, whether chosen on
the basis of qualifications or at
the discretion of the board in J
the absence of such qualifica qualifications,
tions, qualifications, as herein provided, must
be confirmed by a two-thirds
vote" of the incumbent Executive
Council before being eligible for
office ...
I feel that the Executive
Council (May 7t was constitu constitutionally
tionally constitutionally right m requesting a
reconsideration on the part of
tile above named board in the
selection of the editor of the
Alligator since the past Execu Executive
tive Executive Council tailed to confirm
the board's selection. However
has been raised the point
that the new council cannot re request
quest request a new board Vo reconsid reconsider
er reconsider a past board's selection
even though the past Executive
Council failed to confirm the
selection of Alligator Editor.
It is my intention to ask tor
an interpretation qf this point
by the honor court before Mere
are any further proceedings.
Judo Meet Scheduled
An ail campus judo tournament
will be-held in the south end of
the Gymnasium at 7.30 p.m.
Monday The contest, sponsored
by the Florida Gator Judo Club,
lis open to all students who wish
to participate. Richard H Reisin Reisinjger,
jger, Reisinjger, club faculty adviser, said Yu Yu;
; Yu; kio Fujii, a judo expert from
(Japan, will be referee Spect&lors
;arc welcome.
Cards & Gifts
for the graduate
806 W. Univ. Ave.
Phone FR 2-0393


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and all day Saturday and Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday.
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ter. Theater.

Soars On
Last week -thousands of stud students.
ents. students. daily braving the SRD-fur SRD-furnished
nished SRD-furnished dust storm flocked into
where the traditional Er.d-of-
Sehool*Year-Sale continued

Happy students bought every everyfiring,
firing, everyfiring, at all prices, from the
dimes paid for old edition text textbooks
books textbooks dug out pf the dust on the
street tables out front to the
thirty-four-fifties paid for Web Webster's
ster's Webster's Unabridged. Included in the
sale were all the fabulous titles
now in paper back editions, Mod Modem
em Modem Library Giants and Regulars,
Encyclopedia Britannicas, Kinsey
Reports, and Just about everv evervi
i evervi thing else m the atore. Surprised
clerks reported that more Bibles
and cookbooks were sold than any
other item.
The EOSY Sale will last unt'l
the end of the semester. W fea features
tures features many different bargains:
fine books hi paper lyou buy four
at the same price and get a fifth
on free, or you buy five at dif different
ferent different prices and get a straight
20G- on the lot); Art and Archi Architecture
tecture Architecture books, Bible*, Poetry, Cook
books, Fiction and Non-Fiction
all less 20£; technical handbooks
and many others lee* ten per c&nt
and, many, many books on the
tables outside or the shelves hi*
side at specially reduced prices.
The Store likes to feature books
which are not the classics'* one
gets so much of in the classrooms,
but which are necessary to an
education for the complexities of
the 1950'5, and this annual sale
make* it possible to increase one s
personal -library tremendously.
j On the supply side of the store
,conditions are reported much the
.same. Versalog Slide Rules at
$19.95 are almost gone, and those
wanting one are advised not to
wait too long.
New this year is a wide selec selection
tion selection of portable typewriters, all
1957 models, at specially reduced
prices. ft i* rumored that some
students, dazzled and confused by
j the selections available, are avoid avoiding
ing avoiding a decision by getting a type typej
j typej writer and making their own


Page 4

Editorials P Friday, May 10, 1957

Beardsley's Folly

(Continued from Page ONE)
for next year, 1 supported llackel on
the grounds of mo:e experience but was
overruled 7-2, Chairman John Paul Jon Jones
es Jones concurring with me.
Since that selection Levy has under undergone
gone undergone more training and has for the past
three Meeks published the Tuesday edi edition
tion edition on his own. His first products were
not outstanding but certainly proved he
was competent, and that by September,
Levys Alligator would compare favor favorablv
ablv favorablv with those of the past.

No, the primary issue is not who will
edit the Alligator. More than that, it
poses the question: Will Beardsley- and
his administration put a price tag on
power and sell to the highest hidden?
If this fiasco is allowed to go fur further
ther further these will be the results:
1. Student Government at least for the
coming year will be smeared beyond re repair.
pair. repair. There will be virtually no student
support on issues much more important
than who is to publish the Alligator.
2. The Board of Student Publications
will be in effect stripped of its power.
This panel is not a Student Government
toy but is sanctioned by the University
president and the Board of Control to
supervise publications. Likely as not
when this is called to the attention of
Dr. Reitz, he will be faced with stepping
mor replacing the ineffective Board
with a full time faculty advisor.
3. The Honor Court would be called
in eventually to rule on the constitution constitutionality
ality constitutionality of the move. A decision along par party
ty party lines, would make mockery of the
students judicial body.
4. Reputation of the Alligator, recog recognized
nized recognized as one of the outstanding college
newspapers in the nation, would be bes besmirched.
mirched. besmirched. Staff problems would develop,
presitigp Mould fall, quality Mould de deteriorate.
teriorate. deteriorate.

A Job Well Done

The 1957 Seminole has arrived.
It has long been heralded as pos possibly
sibly possibly an All-American; yearbook, com complete
plete complete with, color inserts'and interesting
layout. The first copy of the now edition
Mas received by Editor Mike Segal ves vesterdav.
terdav. vesterdav.
In looking over the Seminole, it is not
hard to see that the novel designs, quali quality
ty quality of M-ritten material land layout is
among the best -we have seen here in
some time. )
Editor Mike Segal is to be congratu congratulated
lated congratulated for U hat may be one of the feM
All-American yearbooks in Seminole his history.
tory. history.
took the reins ot the .Seminole
" the yearbook was still climbing up

Nearly Half of Students Smoke

Slightly under half oi all col college
lege college students m the United
States smoke regularly, and
slightly under half don't smoke
at all. The remaining few smoke
only on rare occasions. The ha habit
bit habit is more common among col college
lege college men than among coeds by
a fairly significant margin. A
few students appear to he wor worried
ried worried recent stories link
ing cigarette smoking with lung
Associated College Press ask asked
ed asked the following question of a
representative national cross crosssection
section crosssection of College students in or order
der order to' collect colLegiate opin
ion on the smoking issue:
The results
Men Women Total
Yes, smoko 50' .19';-
No don't
smoke 40', 43^
Sometimes tor
rarely j 10'} 12 it',
Regularly smoking students
generally repeat advert i s 1 n g

The Florida Alligator
All-American Honor Rating, '53- 57
Editor-in-Lhief Don Bacon
Managing Editor...... Ed Johnson
Business Mgr. . Jack Hutchinson
m v ' ih
tVred'.V P 7. ,ods rh FLOHraTALLIGATOR V?*
in, basement. Telephone TaKersH, of"' E*t' .
Mflr.. Ltn. *. business office. Line 19. e<,,lri *'
BrckT Greer. Bsve I.rvv assMsnt editor; Howie Crane. sport, editor; Ste
Trslmart. intramural- editor; Ann Risler. society editor. Fred Bard Poke Free
photo,raphers; Pete Bryan. Karl Birkstrom, Dan Shouse. cartoonist,
Bob Jerome Buddy May den Dirk Forster. Janet Mosknwllr. Lee Fennell tohn
Hamilton. Ken Sher. Mu Blumherg. Mike Zter. Grace Hlnann Joe Thomas. Roger
Lewis. Gordon Duck Mere Dnrfman. Herman Joe Hayfns. Jack Harris
Assistant Business Mac iger. Prank Gray; C. C Gaines. Jim Rushing Scott Hand Handcock.
cock. Handcock. Martin Steiner Shelly Mascilstcin. Rotter Lewis. I v Tatum Marv Anr
Motes. Renee A.biomet Susie Stutter i: sr,
/ FOUND OVE? IN 7/ ]
| \ T YOU'D PLl'6 rr IN
. i

5. Present political alignments Will
explode, leaving Student Government of officials
ficials officials fighting among themselves rather
than providing thoughtful, progressive
* *
Nothing will fall on the credit side of
the balance sheet. Even llackel, if he
Were to become, editor, M ould not Min
in the long run., He M-ould be editing a <
dead newspaper, reporting a dead Stu Student
dent Student Government.
* 4 *
As this is written, Beardsley and his
Gator party is riddled internally. The
real leaders uithin the party are threat threatening
ening threatening to pull out. The Executive Council
M'hich now feels it was duped, is seeth seething
ing seething M-ith discontent. Without the aid of
those Mho knoM- the inner workings of
Student Government. Beardsley will
flounder helplessly.
An Executive Council meeting sche scheduled
duled scheduled yesterday was called off as the
neophyte politicians frantically tried to
figure away out of the holethey had |
dug for themselves.
One report indicates that they' Mill
to cover up the smell by drop dropping
ping dropping everything for this semester, thus
leaving the stench to linger over the
summer. By September this editorial re report
port report and other attempts to point up
Beardsleys folly will have been forgot forgotten.
ten. forgotten.
The only out for Beardsley and Stu Student
dent Student Government is to reconsider its
Tuesday 7 action and admit the mistake.
Student Government stands like a
wounded animalit can fight until it
is dead or it can retreat.
Think. Eddie Beardsley! Student C.o\
ernrnertt and the tradition it carries at
Florida is tremendously more important
than your pride. Student Governments
grave has been dug; Mill you continue
the funeral or fill the hole

from the lou it reached a feM years ago.
Not long ago it took two editors two
years to put out one Seminole. Segal took
over where last years editor Pete Kin Kinsey
sey Kinsey left off and has brought the Semi Seminole
nole Seminole back on an even keel.
This edition of the Seminole, will be
hard to match by r any editor in the fu future.
ture. future. For students Mho wish to obtain
a copy, they will be given out beginning
May 17 at th*N information booth acros
from the Hub.
Only 1,000 copies are slated to hr
available each day. Only 6,000 copies
have been ordered due to the high cost
of printing.
It is a job Mcll done for Editor Segal
and the staff.

sales slogans when asky why
they smoke. A Wartburg Col College
lege College (Waveiiy, Iowa; junior is
very typical in his reply: "for
relaxation." Many other stu students
dents students simply say: "enjoyment."
Other's smoke because they're
nervous, some in order to keep
thou- weight down, and some
just don't know why. Many say
they wish thev could break the
"1 have to do something be besides
sides besides eat when I study," is the
reply of a sophomore coed at
Nebraska University i Lincoln),
and an Ohio Univ ers it y
iAthensi freshman coed says
she smokes "because I have no nothing
thing nothing else to do and T see every everyone
one everyone else doing it," A Brooklyn
College irooklvn. N.Y.i senioi
"likes it" because it is a "re "release
lease "release for nervous energy," and
i Southeastern State College'
i Durant. Okla. i graduate stu student
dent student condenses her reason into
these three words: "I want to."
Non-smoking students gener-

ally have well defined reasons
for not smoking. Many feel that
it is bad for the health, some
just dont have any desire to
smoke, and some say its too ex expensive.
pensive. expensive. Some call it a fill In Inhabit
habit Inhabit and others just see no need
for it. Here are some continents
typical of these viewpoints
"It's a waste of money," is
the opinion of an Ohio univer university
sity university sophomoie \ sophomore
coed attepding Yakima Volley
Junior College (Yakima, YVash i
feels it's both a "waste of time
AND money A graduate stu
dent at Ohio University believes
that smoking "impairs the
health," and ,i senior
the College of Physicians md
Surgeons iSan Francisco, Calif i
states that there is "no ad\ar,
tage to smoking.
A freshman coed at Jacs wn wnvtlle
vtlle wnvtlle University i Jackson/; ile
Fla 1 gives this lengthy tea teason-:
son-: teason-: "I have never felt 'he
desire jo smoke. Many college
students have the idea that smo smoking
king smoking makes you more mature.
Or they smoke just because *he
rest of the crowd docs. Per Personally,
sonally, Personally, T cant see it And a
.Christian' College (Columbia
Mo.) freshman eoed has this
personal reason for not smok smoking:
ing: smoking: "When you smoke you
don t smell like a girl anymore
but like a cigarette."

Today & Tomorrow
jgM The f&iveris Edge

Hey, should we tell her Joe has leprosv ?
Becky's Last Column---Hooray!

fiator Assistant Editor
This is only' a column. It's
not unlike some kb others I
have written over She past two
years This, however, has spec special
ial special significance, for l-t is prob probably
ably probably the last, opportunity will
ever have to see my views iti
bark over
more than GREEK
four-fifths of my life as a stu student.
dent. student. I see all sorts of goals,
such as .that 4 0 semester, that
never quite materialized.
Retiospeetion ot two years as
a Columnist, however, fails to
produce any goals. The column
was somewhat thrust upon us
and we- began writing with no
more purpose than to fill up
space and attract readers.
Fortunately or unfortunately,
as the case may be. "Beckys
Column did a little more, than
fill up space. First of all. i*
brought many letters to the edi editor.
tor. editor. ..nio*t of them unsu'able
for print. They ranged' from
caustic censure to.pleas for help
to one from a crackpot asking
for a date. The majority of
them dealt with three columns
those advocating the sale of
beer in the Florida Union, re-

Some Advice to the Headsick

pH darned if I knov how
this started, but I've received
tour letters that'are in need of
answers. The letters have me
"confused because it is hard to
tell .it they, were written n sin
verity, mirth, or stupidity Since
the latter is more dominant in
mv personali personality
ty personality U Minli
answer as
such Let me
add. that on r
o i f a mo n
have been W
known to
* reach the pm- |Q
nade ot fa' e
tiousnes.-- so
like- the man
on TV says
"You Asked
for' It
You seem to be a man of the
world (What world I d int knows
with a clear insight of the hu
man scene, sort of like a tad tadpole
pole tadpole in a puddle of mud, so I'm
writing to you on a hunch that
you might be able .to solve a
problem for me.
I think men are very gulli-

questing more chivalry t torn
male students, and arguing: the
merits of the individual as op opposed
posed opposed to the conformist
Probably the most significant
after effect of the column, for
the author at least, was the
problem it caused me in classes
Comments were not only pencil penciled
ed penciled on papers returned to me
but were also used to make me
the brunt of many a class jok>
The most disastrous column
was the one a few weeks back
on the language laboratory fn
the first class period aftei it
be dropped from the course for
reading a newspaper in lab.
Fortunately I only got a warn warning
ing warning letter, but who said the fa faculty
culty faculty don't 'read the Alligator
The most consistent thing the
column brought me was criti criticism.
cism. criticism. I retaliated, however,
and criticized the administrat administration.
ion. administration. orientation, the Lyceum
Council, the Intramural Depart Department,
ment, Department, the faculty, the honor sys system.
tem. system. Frolics, traffic and parking
fraternities, sororities, cheer
leaders, and the Pep Club, to
mention a few. Though it seems
that nothing was omitted I
feel proud that I never criticiz criticized
ed criticized student government; food .ser .service.
vice. .service. or the century tower, nor
did I mention segregation or
other national issues
My column also brought me
enemies. They ranged from
members of gioups I censored
such as the Cheerleaders on down
lo individuals who found a shoe
that fit oven though they
weren't intended to wear it.

ble and 1 get a kick out of
leading them on I hare been
keeping a -sailoi and an Air- >
man on the string by writing
them proini.-mg letters Now
they are both getting h leave
and will he here on the .same
day How do you suggest I
avoid them
Sorority Sue
Honey, why don't you join
the Marinos, arid go to Paris
Island" Mavbe they'll take von
for a hike in the swamps and
Dear El Cato.
I would like v ery much to
wear walking shorts, but l m
embarrassed by the complete
lack of had! on my legs. In
fa t my legs a>e no' masculine
at all but ate like Anita Ek
brig s What khoiild I do"
Hairless Harry
l,e?s like Anita Esbeo-gX h'

studcnt B fflAT t l TODAY
Saturday Only Air Con 3O c Dgon Open 12:45 SATURDAY
j sr% Susan Kirk
Hayward and Douglas 1
"Top Secret Affairl
v [T^Tf.lM 1 "Jrv.m.**"* aTtTirrfM** -r
Generals Aren't TougH
l\All THOMPSON 3ncej Qn d Sengs to the Great Gershwin Tunes.

Other.- just developed a dislike,
for the author of the words a p
pearing in this space each week.
Occasionally the things print
ed under this by-line solicited
a little laughter. Along with my
collections of campus anecdotes
the "remember when?," "why
is it?" and name railing co columns
lumns columns brought nurth to those
not involved
Once iri a winie, I even J Ji
i Ji eived a compliment on a co column.
lumn. column. Most of them were o'
the left handed variety, sucu_
as "that was a good column
for a change," but they were
still compliments. They were
so infrequent as to be appre appreciated,
ciated, appreciated, and helped to make i
all worthwhile.
So. in singing my swansong.
I 'an: filled with mixed emo emotions.
tions. emotions. The notoriety 1 have
gained has been both pleasant
and otherwise. The time and e
fort 1 have expended has a'
least not gone unrecognized
The individual columns were o'
varied qualitysome 1 much
worse than others. Though 1
probably should. I don't regret
a thing T wrote I only regret
that some of my "readers
failed to realize that 1 deli be
ately stirred up dissension in
order to get readers
Now I must say farewell to
mv instructors. ' colleagues, to all those who read
thi column whether they like
it or not. to those who are itdl
mv friends, and especially to
whoever will have the job of
filling up this spare next year.

\v ,t s your sane number Ha r
I had a blind date with a
guv recently who impressed me
v -, mu'll 1 wrote a poem
about him. and I'd like your
opinion of it.
Sniffers n Surf
As walk along the or ean
shore the surf beneath my foes
I think of you my darling and
youi monsterods nose
T lo\ e you o. you bring sue n
But vour nose is so huge
v e can never kiss
You and vour nose are
quite profound.
j mi! ,-e when it blows makes
the hills resound.
T an badb wait foi t ;, a' event
fu! day.
When plate < surgurv takes
vour nose a way.
t rn'tw stop walking along
the chore.

Is This How Beardsley
Will Run Exec Co unci!?

F, *1 sincerely hope tha' Tees
day night s Executive Council
meeting isn't an example of the
way Student Government s go
mg to be run this coming > ea
Os course, this ua. the ins
meeting of out newly oi eu
leaders and inis could have had
some bearing on the state o;
confusion that usually reigned.
However, there were several o<
currences which can't be e\
cused on any'grounds
First of all simple pat liamer:
tary procedure should be know t
to all members of the Council,
particularly the chairman since
there is no paliamentarian. To
demonstrate the gross lack of
such procedure, only once dm
ing This lengthy session did Ed Eddie
die Eddie Beardsley call foi dis> us
sion on a question before tak taking
ing taking a vote. Each time after s
motion was seconded, he called
for a vote neglecting discus discussion
sion discussion Several attempts were
made to point out to the chan
that according to Roberts Rules
of Order such discussion or re reconsideration
consideration reconsideration was in orde;
Each time Beardsley ruled them
out of order. (This is proce procedure???).
dure???). procedure???). Now I don't know if
rhis was just plain oversight
or negligence on Eddie's part,
but there was the distinct im impression
pression impression that the chair was try trying
ing trying to railroad the council into
something Like one of the be
wildered council members sn

SG at New Low

What happened Tuesday night
a: tne Executive Council Rail Railroad
road Railroad meeting in regard to the
"firing" of David Levy as edi
tor of next year's Alligatoi
marks a new low in Student
Govern menu
In remanding the choice of A1
ligator editor to the Board of
Student Publications for new
consideration, the Exec atm
Council may have been constitu constitutionally
tionally constitutionally within its rights, but
ethically it could not have been
more wrong than if it had vot voted
ed voted to go to hell in a bucket
As a voting member of the
student body I voted the r
straight Gator ticket with one

Gaza Arguments Wrong

Apropos your "Letters to the
Editor" feature last week 1
find some learned gentlemen
from one country i Israeli try trying
ing trying to repudiate the "allcgat
ions', made, by some other in individual
dividual individual t Mr. Khaniot In a
world where a lasting peace
and smooth getting-on is the
oncernl of ail (at least, the big
politicians talk so. loudly> I fed
tnis type of "understanding" be-,
tween nations icu nationals)
may not be fitting
In the said lettei. temaik temaikhke
hke temaikhke "ridiculous lettei. publicize
his own ignorance, a regulat
comic feature, licked shame
fully, their wicked fantasy sha'
tered, do not have human com compassion
passion compassion etc etc." these were
A crab bit m> toe off. and,
gosh it's sore.
Do you think it is good enough
to be published''
A enomously.
A ieinus Vickie
T think your poem is good
and will be published eventually
m some law journal aftei the
slander suit has gone thru
Dar El Gato.
Last weekend I went home
onlv to hate m.v mother fell
Swamp Woman
' with
Be- erly Garvin
Scandal Inc.
* i th
Robert Hutton
The Giant
One hov night onlv
ttorfmq ot 7 :30
admission 7 5c
The True Story
of Jesse James
v rtn
Rocert Wagner
The Rains
w ith
Lcnna Tumii

ap'd. I Eve; tiling hi
tppnnmg y> fas? 1 don ; even
know what me - -> on' and
Funner. 1 would ike. to' ask
:,e men bet- o! the > ouncil
v\t. wanin' you v-ont to
Dave Lei \ defending mm-elf
'gaiiid Loti v< .en by |,e
count il Courtesy and procedure
to allow anyone wiio :s adver adversely
sely adversely affec[ed by council a von
ut oe:cnd hint.-elf il ;n . sp sped
ed sped
\\hen Bea dsle :bat' u
on :ne proposed i Set
vice System ".' I. tic ]\\ d
said discussion to lO lmnuiiv in into
to into minutes, n.ow mue-h' discus discussion
sion discussion of a nev law could b
complished" How many ques questions
tions questions could h< ,ir. acred ;n in
minutes I ni quite sure
such m important step ( o>
Student Govcinment u> mike
warrants more than lb nnniiws
discussion. Ore of the dangers
of a unicameral legislative b<>-
dy, such as me Executive Coun Council.
cil. Council. is that inadequate and hur hurried
ried hurried consideration ot. legts fit fition
ion fition leads to poor, if not bad.
news. It seems that the Execu Executive
tive Executive Council could at least dis
cuss adequately legts lat ie n
brought before it,', and os id g
as tliere are reasonable doub
discuss them. After all. this kr
islation affects the whole stu student
dent student body.
Kalph K. < arev

o two exceptions W Tuesday
night's farce is typical of the re
suits of my selections. I hereby
move that nobody need vote any anymore!
more! anymore! that Student Government
has outlived its usefulness and
has reinoyed any obligation of
the student body to support ti.
Guilty as the Board of Student
Publications may be in some
matters, it knows one hell of a
lot more about journalism than
do members of the Executive
Cbuncil, who by using Stdtient
Government as a stepping-stone
to prestige, arc digging theiu theiuown
own theiuown collective grave, with a
headstone labelled "Gross In Incompetence.
competence. Incompetence.
Name Withheld

the very words found.
When the motive js to bring
about a better understanding
and thus appreciation of one's
own point of view. 1 am in inclined
clined inclined to wonder whether the
above phraseology was warrant warranted
ed warranted oi justified. This does not
however mean that one should
put up with accusations or al allegations
legations allegations much less if they
are false. I do think that the
State of tension fan he toned
down only when there is a gen genuine
uine genuine desire to be more under understanding
standing understanding and tolerant, when the
purpose ts to achieve a lasting
I trust that a spirit of "let-,
us-br-friendly" attitude will pre prevail
vail prevail further on
K. k Chari
that she would give me no
more money thus month. In s
fit of rage 1 struck her and
marked her up a bit, I'm now
beset w ith const letu e. Do you
know of any way 1 might al alleviate
leviate alleviate this feeling
' Rotten Ri k
Next time use a stocking fil filled
led filled with salt or sugar It leaves
no marks, and you don't have
to worry about hurting your
Eddie Fisher
Virginia Moya
Robert Ryon
Robert Mitehum
w ith
Burt Lancostei
Mark Dona
Van Johnson
lock Mahoney
Robert Wagner
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