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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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Florida Shuts Out Georgia, 28-0, in Gator Bowl

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Bernie Parrish Dives Over l : or Gators First Score
Florida halfback Bernie. Parrish climbs over a pile of tangled bodies tin) drives into the end /"n<
from two yards out to piek up the Gators' first touchdown in the 28 0 r >ut of Georgia. Bulldog de
fenders are Knox (illpepper and Lanfalr Rolrerts. j

AXO lakes Sorority Volleyball
;
For Third Consecutive Year

Bv PAT REESE
Gator Sports Writer
Alpha Chi Omega won the Sor Sorority
ority Sorority league volleyball champion championship
ship championship Tuesday for the thiid straight
year by downing Chi Omega 22-
34. In three years of competition
the Alpha Chis have compiled a
19-1 record, their only loss being
to Delta. Delta Delta in 1954, and
have gone undefeated in both the
55 and 56 seasons.
The Chi Os jumped off to a 12-
6 lead at half time and outplayed
their opponents during the entire
first half. After the intermission
however, the AXOs came to life
and outpointed their opponents 16-
2 in the second period.

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, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, Nov. 13, 1956

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f High scorers for the winners
! were Pat Reese with eight points,
Barbara Baker with five and Nor Nor'
' Nor' ma Higginson with four counters.
The AXOs. in their defense of
1 the President's Trophy, have
' i taken the lead thus far in total
1 points and will enter competition
1 in tennis this week.
r!
j The Sorority League tennis
tournament got under way 'last
week with Zeta Tau Alpha as
defending champions. This year s
tourney will be a single elimina elimination
tion elimination affair, with competition be be;
; be; tween sororities on a team basis.
1 Each team will consist of seven
' players, with two doubles matches.
' and three singles matches to be
played.

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even shorts and pajamas pajamasare
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Flag Football
Standings
ORANGE LEAGUE
Bracket One
W I,
: Sign a Alpha Epsilon .... 2 0
Kappa Sigma ......... 2 0
Ti Lambda Phi 1 1
Pi Kappa Alpha 3 1
Tau Epsilon Phi n 2
Delta Tau Delta 0 2
Bracket Two
Sigm i Nu 2 0
Sigma Chi 2 0
! Phi Delta Theta ...h. 11
'Sigma Phi Epsilon ........ 1 1
Kappa Alpha ............ o 2
jVlpha Tau Omega .. .0 2
BLUE LEAGUE
Bracket One
W 1.
Phi Gamma .Delta 1 0
Pi Kappa Phi 1 0
Phi Kappa Tau o*o
Tau Kappa Epsilon 0 1
Alphi Epsilon Pi 0 1
Bracket Two
Beta Theta Pi 1 6
Alpha Gamma Rho j...,. 1 0
Phi Sigma Kappa' 6 0
Delta Sigma Phi ........ 0 1
Sigma Alpha Mu n 1
Bracket Three
Delta Chi 1 0
Theta-Chi 1 0
Lambda Chi Alpha 9 1
riii Phi 9 1
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Joe Brodsky Named
Most Valuable Player
By HOWIE CRANE
Alligator Sports Editor
After a sluggish first half and a few anxious moment momentearly
early momentearly in the second half that almost turned into dis disaster.
aster. disaster. Florida's brilliant offense fought back with its
most electrifying performance of the year to turn back
Georgia 28-0; in Jacksonvilles Gator Bowl Saturday.

37.000 fans wjatched the Gators
score 21 points| in less than ten
minutes and pick up their fifth
straight, win, their fourth straight
against SEC foeb. and then fourth
shutout of the season.
In a game which saw outstand outstanding
ing outstanding performances turned in by al almost
most almost every Floridian on the field,
fullback Joe Brodsky, alternate
captain, wa.s vofed most valuable
player tin the contest by attending
sportswriters and received the first
annual J. Terrisi Hagan Memorial
Trophy!
Brodsky's award-winning per performance
formance performance included two pass inter interceptions
ceptions interceptions good for .78 yards, bring bringing
ing bringing his! season ijntereeption-return
total tol 240 yards!, five yards short
of the c ollegiate Record set by Carl
Macon, jof College of the Pacific
in 1951.1
Brodskys spectacular intercep interceptions
tions interceptions almost obscured his brilliant
plav oil defense as a line-backet.
The, 206-jpounder played his dost
defensive: game of the year Cur Curiously
iously Curiously enough, he was also alter alternate
nate alternate captain when he intercepted
three Mississippi State passes 311
'the first game and turned two into
; touchdowns.
Gator Defense Tops
With Florida's steadily-improv steadily-improving
ing steadily-improving line turning in its best job of
the season, both offensively and.
defensively, the Gators topped the
Bulldogs in almost every statis statistical
tical statistical department
Florida racked up 14 first downs
to Georgia's six and had 259 total
yards against 136, for the losers.
The Gators picked up 225 yards
:on the ground and onlv 34 via the
air laneft while the beaten Bulldog
had 8k Dishing and passing.
7ft-Yard Drive
After a slow-moving first quar quarter
ter quarter in \ihich neither team could
1 move the ball, Florida generated
\ 70-varfd drive, culminated with
a two-yqrd plunge hv halfback
Bernie Parrish to pick up the
first touchdown.
The Gators' alert line, finding
a weakness in the left side of
the Georgia forward wall, eontin eontiniually
iually eontiniually puhphed holes through that
! side to set up the TD in 13 plavs.
The Blue unit backfield of Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Du nil, Jim Rountree. Jackie
Simpson and Brodskv took the hall
on the Florida 30 after a Georgia
punt and picked up a first down
to the 40 On line smashes bv Broil Broilsky
sky Broilsky and Rountree and a sneak by
Dunn.
At this point the Orange bach bach'
' bach' field of Harry Spears, Jolin Sy Symank,
mank, Symank, Bernie Parrish and Ed
Sears came into the game.
After tjwo unsuccessful pass at attempts,
tempts, attempts, handed off to : full fulli
i fulli back Sears, the team's leading
ground-gainer, who ripped through
left tackle for fifteen yards and a
first down on the Georgia 45
Parrish; picked up the next first
down 'two plays later on a five
yard burst through left tackle to
the 3). Sears was the ball-carrier
on the nejxt two plays, picking up
23 yards rln plunges to put the pig pigskin
skin pigskin on the. eight.
Spears kept foi three and Sears

charged for three before Parrish'
scoring plunge.
Spears converted successfully to
make it 7-0 .with four minutes re remaining
maining remaining in the half.
Gator Fti inhibits
At this point the Gators got a
severe case of the jitteis and andfumbled
fumbled andfumbled three straight times in tin
second and thud periods
The first fumble came In the
waning mbnents of the first half
after Georgia failed to move 'he
ball and punted. Parish tj a fried'
foi seven yards and fumbled!on hi.-
own 45-yard market The Bulldogs
:recovered.
Georgia quarterbai k Billv Hearn
tossed to halfback J. B. Davis foi
14 yards to the Gator 27 After
throwing past the end zone on first firstdown,
down, firstdown, Hearn, dipping back to
pass, was thrown for losses on two
occasions by the fired-up Gator
line as the clock, ran out.
Georgia's best scoring opportuni opportunities
ties opportunities i ame in the opening moments
!of the second half 'On the third
play after the Bulldog kick-off,
Brodsky lost possession on nis
own 27.
But the big fullback saved face
with a flying ankle-tackle of a
Georgia pass-receiver to prevent, j
a Bulldog first down. Georgia was
forced to kick- t
Jackie Simpson fumbled on toe,
next plav with Georgia recover- |
iug on Florida's 21. The Buljdogs
drove to a first down on the 1 ni+ie
yard line. Here the Gator line stif stiffened
fened stiffened up and on fourth down Hearn I
dropped back to pass.
66- Yard Runlwck i
At this point Brodsky.' the goat i
until now, turned the tide in favor j
of the Gators by picking off the j
Georgia aerial two yatds inside
the end zone and galloping 66 yards
up-fie!d to the Bulldog 36.
On the very next play Rountree
raced around left end, reversed his
field, and pranced 36 yards tor!
Florida's second touchdown. Spears
extra-point try was again good
The Gators, not satisfied with a
1 (-point bulge, added insult to in injury
jury injury as they piled up markers
against she helpless Crackers.
Early in the fourth quarter Dunn
punted to Georgia halfback George
Whitton on the Bulldog nine
Whitton carried back to the 25 at
which point he wa* met hv Jackie

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Burford and Barrow Display Floridas Defense
ed
up alter Ir> in*; to return a punt. < apt-ain John Harrow (07) tripped Manning ,and ed itobbx Bur
lord (St) is applying the finishing tonehes. Bob \ olloh is the Bator looking on.

Simpson, who applied a vir ions
scissor-iike tackle on the ball ballcarrier
carrier ballcarrier which jarred the p.g n
! loose Simpson recovered the fum fumble
ble fumble
On the next play Dunn flipped n
Rountree in the flats r, me .*>.
yard line. The elusive halfb.u k
j weaved his way through Georgia's
; stunned secondary for his se >vi
score of the day Spears inn m
1 to kick his third extra point of the
day.
Brodsky \goin
I Less than three minutes
. Florida added to its point total,
j Two plays after the kick-o; H. ; >
tried another pass. But Brodsky
|got in the way for the fifth time
j this season and carried the pi If cr cried
ied cried pigskin from the Georgia 38 to
l the 2t.
1 Three plays later Florida had a
!first down on the 18 Then Spears
pitched out to Simpson, who streak streaked
ed streaked towards the left side line and
tumbled into the end zone for the
score.
Spears made his fourth straight
extra-point conversion of the ,fter ,fternoon
noon ,fternoon to close out the scoring with
ten ami a half minutes remaining
in the game;
With Florida ahead by 28 points', (
coach Boh Woodruff mercifully
sent .in his third team for some
game experience Even the third
string succeeded in battling up the
Bulldogs.

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Tues., Nov 13 lues. Vox. |q
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100 p.m Field i-ATO vis. PDT F'leld I AK.P vs TKE
Field 5-SN vs KA Field 3-SA-M vs PSN

SEC Standings
H I, I ITT
Tennesst e >. 3 ft ft 'I.OOO
FLORIDA [ft I ft .833
| Georgia Tech 4' 1- o 800'
Mississippi 3 3 n -75 ft
Kentuc.kv ....... 4 3 .0 500
/
Tulane .. .. 2 r 2 0 500
Vanderbilt : I 3 O' 400
Auburn-. J 2 3 .0 400
(Alabama 2 2 0 400
; ', V : j
r.Miss. Srate \ 1 4 0 .200
;eorgia t 4 11 Js'
I 1 I O 4 0 ,OOC>

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s Bone Heads ,3 2t
ft. Wesley .T.... .3 2f
10 Fla vet II i 2 .Hr,
11. O.eotgia Slagle ......... 2.50
12. Hdlel .1 2 7
12. rr.o. s 2 67
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Volume 49. Number 18

Students
Push Try
For Co-op
.. I
Trailer Courts
Are Poor Here,
Protesters Told
*
By I,K\ V
Gator Assistant Editor
A tfroup of 1)0
onts who propose to build
a co-op trailer park were
told in a session Friday
liijrh-t that every privately privatelyowned
owned privatelyowned trailer coui*t in
(laini s\ ille could be clos closed
ed closed down for sanitary rea rea*
* rea* sons.
William Hubbard. Alachua Coun County
ty County health official, told ihe group,
however, "that our main purpose
is not to force people out of bus business.
iness. business. but to bring about improve improvement
ment improvement by methods of-education.
The group get together with
Ralph Granger, president of the
Trailer Park Assn., and
Hubbard to discuss specifically
the proposed, rent increase going
into effect Jan. 1 in at least five
of the nine local parks.
At the early portion of the three threehour
hour threehour meeting, the students listen listened
ed listened to and | questioned Granger 1 on
why the rent increase was going
into effect j'without subsequent liv living
ing living improvements being provid provided
ed provided for?"
Granger j replied that the rent
Increase was into effect to
"megt and better living
conditions at the same time. But
we all that the onlv reason
anyone is in business is to pro provide
vide provide for his family T certainly
wouldn't provide improvements
until my court ran in the black,
Granger commented.
Setting .up an 80-unit park, one
of the students 'reported, would
cost $25,000 to $30,000;
It was pointed out that owners
of presen trailer parks would be
back compciting with each other
if students (wanting to move had
the co-op Priorities would he set
up for those wishing to-move to
the proposed park
Several timesr during the meet meeting.
ing. meeting. temporary chairman Eugene
Culbertsori ijiad to resort to the
microphone to calm a sudden rise
of boos from the audience as Gran Grange;
ge; Grange; attempted In answer ques questions.
tions. questions.
Tn a vote of confidence as the
meeting ended, the co-op plan re received
ceived received a vbte of 'approval. No
hands were raised for a plan to
work with the 'trailer park owners
on gainfpg suggested improve improvement'-;.
ment'-;. improvement'-;. and a plan for operating
through *!ie University did not
rome to a vote.
University ptisint -s Manager El
lis Tones has pot yet indicated
whether *' e, group will be re< og ogri::cd
ri::cd ogri::cd hv the University P would
need to b>- ?eeoghized. according
to .Tones, before the University
would consider backing-i;
D'ck Kmg was pi tv fed nark td td-8-mist
8-mist td-8-mist tutor and Rill WiPe's. lia-
Jfonj officer elected at the
session were Don Dunbar build buildire
ire buildire -cad grounds maintenance.
Ge-e Culbertson sergeant at arms
and Davp H trgeton. aeeounCtht aeeounCthtseeretary.
seeretary. aeeounCthtseeretary.
Any further decision on proceed proceeding
ing proceeding with the park- through loc il hanks or by placing
liens on the trailers will be derid derided
ed derided by eominitt ee action within the
next few weeks, the group decided

THIRD CONSECUTIVE UF WINNER
Adelaide Is Orange Bowl Queen

A Florida rued
will reign as Orange Bowl Queen
for ihe thd'd consei utive yea
Adelaide Gonzalez. Miss Uni University
versity University ot Florida, was chosen
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t f s 3rd Orange Bowl Queen

m FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

Betting Their Caps on a Florida Victory
Fri'shm 'ii began signing up this week to pledge their rat caps with the Miami fr. uue-i >n the out outcome
come outcome of the ii|.c-t!iirtg Mori da-Miami game. Here (left to right). Herb Mcae, Tamil.; Eowrenre,
' aitil Carlton Hurt r< gister \\ itti freshman class A'iec president -lie < liapman at tin* iidbert Hall
booth. If Miami wins the game, the frosly send tli ar caps to the Miami sttplenis a id if 1 lorida wins,
the. op|x*-ite holds true. The School Spirit Committee is spoiiHoring the 'wager. (Gator Ilioto.)

AGAINST MIAMI
Frosh Bet Caps on Gators

Freshmen should hold onto
tjheir rat. caps, despite the fact
hat the Gator's win over Georgia
'it, traditionally at least, reason
fpr discarding them, areroding to
Henry Oppenborn. student body
Vice president.
.
The tradition, which decrees
that -freshmen should wear rat
claps until Florida beats Georgia,
or until Thanksgiving, arose when
tpe Georgia-Florida rivalry, was
the biggest of the season. Accord According
ing According to student government offic officials,
ials, officials, Miami has replaced Georgia
as our big rival.
The school spirit committee,
.cooperation with the freshman
class. is stioiv-oi ihg 'Operation

$1.5 Million Given Board to Pick
Back to UF Budget F Book Leaders
The Editor and Business Man-
The Board of Control' Friday restored $1 SOO.CHIP in funds if prei uger of the 1957 8' Book will be
iotisly' Topped off from he 1957-59 operating budget of the University. selected ov; the publications elec-

University President Reitz ap appealed
pealed appealed for the additional in increase
crease increase which had been cut from
educational and general .operating
funds the biggest amounts for the
library, buildings and grounds.
Board members indicated he had
discussed the need with them in
advance and they agreed with lit little
tle little discussion to restore the sum.
This makes the purposed UF bud budget
get budget for the bier.tuum. which must
pass the legislature in May. a tot total
al total of 527.71.7.2.42.
In corn pa nson. the budget for
the current biennium is <19.960,
213.1
Bt A B Martin vn c president

from among 120 entries last
weekend io reign over the an annual
nual annual festivities ;n Miami, Dec.
2 through Jan. 2
Chosen to serve with her as
princesses are. Charlotte Pot-let..
University of Florida Humecom Humecoming
ing Humecoming Queen.' fro mi Miami: Beverly,
Laurent, FSU student from
B i i t o u Priscilla Steele.
Rollins College student from
Washington. PC and Marcia
V a liber University of Miasm co coed
ed coed from Miami Beat li
The Qyeen and her court wet e
selected from among 27 beau beauties
ties beauties interviewed by the Orange
Bowl committee in Miami last
weekend. The 27-were chosen on
die basis ,>f photographs from
the original Ps entries
Adelaide a 19 year old junior
fn m Tampa w.il re eive a SSOO
scholarship and a complete ward wardrobe
robe wardrobe as winner of the annual
contest. Sne us undei contract
to devote her t.me tii the Or Orarge
arge Orarge Bowl festivities frctn Dec.
26 to Jan. 1.

Bookie. an agreement with Uni University
versity University of Miami freshmen to bet
their rat caps, ag dnst the outcome
of the game, December V.
If Florida should win. a t*M
freshman enrolled in the plan, on
his eaThpus would send hi? Tp TS
a IF freshman to, keep as a tro trophy
phy trophy of the Gator victory.

Oppenborn said freshman vice
president Joe Chapman, is work working
ing working with Mike Davidson, president
and Norma Sana, secret- leis leisure!
ure! leisure! to set up a booth where
betting' freshmen, could leave
their names indicating they weie
willing to bet their rat cap against
a IM freshman
Also chairman of tbp School

of. FSU appealed for restoration
of $600,000. mostly for nsu m tors
for the two year period His re request
quest request also received approval
About two-thirds of the Univer- ;
sity budget, according to Reitz.
will be provided by the suite with-'
the rest coining from tm-i funds.
Additional amounts to the operat operating
ing operating budget have also been . prov proved
ed proved bv the board for const ruction of
new buildings and dormitories
Newest membtu of the board,
James Camp of Ft. l.aude,
attended the Jacksonville session.
He replaces Rohei t Gore who ie iesigned
signed iesigned last month.

La w yeai 's Orange Fowl
Queen was Lvnn Brown. 1.955
Hornci oming Queen hei-e. She
stir reeded.-Carolyn S'roupe. Miss
lmvtis ty ,of Florida for the
school Year 1954-55
Prior to winning beg present
title of Miss University of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. the Tampa Tri Dell was a
member of the Home ,* n tng
Queer s Court and Military Ball
Queer,.
Dr. Nosh. Engineering,
Describes Europe Trip
Dr. William A Nash professor
of engineering mechanics who re recently
cently recently reuinaed fiom a Eumpea'n
: tour: des, r.bed the status of me mechanics
chanics mechanics research in European lab lab-01
-01 lab-01 atones ,ast week for a College of
Engines ring seminar
Visiting : universities a;.d e e!
! e! search centers in Portug.ai .Swit .Switzerland.
zerland. .Switzerland. Germany and Great Pci Pcitain.
tain. Pcitain. D". Nash also attended the
ninth Inte; iiatn i.a! Congress of Apt
plied Mecuanies Brussels. Bel-.
, gium. in September. I
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University of Florida, Gainesville

Spirit Committee. Oppenborn ad admitted
mitted admitted many .freshmen haven't
l -in wearing their caps, He chose
.) blame sophistication rather
' em a ljack of school spirit as the
cause.

Our ; recent., survey. Oppen Oppenborii
borii Oppenborii said; "reveals that many
freshmen Want, to wear rat caps
end would; do so if. their class classmates
mates classmates wopld co-operate. They
don't want to be the only ones
w earing j rat caps.
Most .rial cap wearers now are
fraternity pledges who are re required
quired required by their pledged asters to
wear their .caps on campus under
some kind of penalty, concluded
Oppenborn.]

toral board! tomorrow afternoon
Fi\e applications have been re
reived for] Editor and two for Bus Business
iness Business Manager, according to Hugh
Cunningham;. secretary of the
Bo n'd of pthdent Publi ntions. Se Selection
lection Selection will ]be based on pas: ex experience
perience experience jinid personal interview.
Applicants, for editor are Bill
G t aysqw Ffetje Osborne. Joe Brown.
Dave Levy find Ken Shot.
Sher alsio applied for Business
M inager. ialpng wi'h Chuck P.uff P.uffner.
ner. P.uffner.
The elecltofal board is composed
' John pi;ul Jones, Chairman.
Dr Eleanor. Bode Browne. Dr
Karl Krustin. Dr. Robert Bolles.
Do,, Bncop. John Hierlihy. and
Bob Chalonh, members of the Board
of Student Publications. Fletcher
Fleming president of the student
body, and Walt Mattson, chancel chancellor
lor chancellor of he Honor Court.
The deadline for submitting ap applications
plications applications was noon Friday -Inves -Investigator!
tigator! -Investigator! is n -vV in progress to de determine
termine determine if a 1 of the candidates
have the required 2 0 overall ave average
rage average and twin, semesters on the
staff of a student publication
GAS PLAN SET
FOR MEMBERS
i.av co-op memberships, >iw>n >iw>nsored
sored >iw>nsored by Student (im eminent,
will go ori sale at the Student
Information Booth at noon to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. George Pennington,
president of tty- junior das-.,
which i- sponsoring' sales, said
yesterday. j
Memberships allowing students
a five-eent reduction per gal
lon in gasoline "purchases and
20 per cent discounts for oil and
other accessories, cost .SI.
Pennington pointed nut the
membership is good for a stu students
dents students entire sta\ at the limer
si tv and the plan will become
effective as soon as r>no mem members
bers members are obtained.
Sales will le made at the booth
between 1 2 and 5 p.m. Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. Thursday and Friday Pen Pennington
nington Pennington sail}, ;

I FLORIDA HAS CHANCE FOR SEC CROWN

Bx HOAAIF CRAMt
Gator Sports Editor
Florida, (n defeating Georgia 280 in the Gator Row): Saturday
took a long stride towards it finest football season in school his
tori
The (.atorx ha\ e won file straight giwncx and show a res-or d
of six wins, one loss and one tie for the iear. Florida is sohdli
in second place in the Southeastern Conference with fixe wins and
one defeat.
Tennessee leads the SEC with three wins mid no Georgia
Tech is third with a t l /record. In a game which nun have de decided
cided decided the Southeastern Conference championship. Tennessee upset
the favored Yellow Jackets, 0. in Atlanta Saturdai
Teeh was ranked secojnd in the nation before the game. The
A oluntcers were rated third. Both had been undefeated.

Grade to Control Board

Loan Approved
iFor Apartments
For UF Students
The government has ap approved
proved approved a $1,925,000 loan to
! the 1 diversity for construc construction
tion construction of 13 new ivv o o
o story apartment buildings
for married students.
The loan was announced by Pre President
sident President Reitz after he receded a
spec.ial telegram from Florida's
Senators Spessard Holland and
George Smothers and Gainesville's
. Congressman. D R. < Billy t | Mat Matthews.
thews. Matthews. v
The loan was authorized by the
government's Housing and
j Finance Agence under an omnibus
S housing bill passed bv Congress
j last July 27. The State Board of
Control had authorized the Univer University
sity University to seek the loan after thej hill
was passed by Congress.
The brick and concrete struc structures
tures structures will provide 428 one-bedroom
, and J-Hfi two-bedroom apartments
for married students. P.entals aie
estimated from $53 to SSB ] per
month with the ini ome being iised
to pay off the mortgage on j the
project.
The units will be constructed
on two locations. One foi 104 one
and two bedroom apartments jwill
be built south of Flavet TT ; on
(South 13th Street The second yith
the remaining authorized units Will
be built south of Fraternity Row.
In announcing the loan Reitz
commended University Business
Manager Ellis Jones, Director of
Housing Harold Riker and Univer University
sity University Consulting Architect Jefferson
Hamilton for advanced planning] on
the units.
Board of Control
Delays Selection
Os Tampa U. Site
The State Board of Control has
delayed a decision on lot a ting the
new university on the Temple
Terrace site or the Tampa Bay
site in Hillsborough County
The board took no action in Us
Tallahassee meeting Friday be because
cause because of the absence of two mem members.
bers. members. But it did specify that rep representatives
resentatives representatives of the Owens site
must tell the board's executive
secretary bv Nov. 30 whether the
site ian be provided without ad additional
ditional additional cost to the state
The Owens Site is the only one
of the two sites located on Tampa
Bay. However estimates for sew sewage
age sewage and water connections there
are $1,345,000. compared to $400.-
' 000 for the Temple Terrace Site, :
If you can come in and give us
the assurance that the costs wjill
be identical. I believe it will be
i ammous for the bavfront site;
Board Member S Kendrick Guern Guernsey.
sey. Guernsey. Jacksonville. told a group of
citizens representing the' Owen"
site a s the meeting
State Rep. James Moody of Hills Hillsborough
borough Hillsborough County then asked if there
were to be inducements for one
site, would it be possible for pro proponents
ponents proponents of the other site also to
get in the competitive bidding.
James Love. board member
1 from Quincy, said anyone coulfl
contribute monev toward state in institutions
stitutions institutions but he did not want the
impression created that the board
was pitting one group against an another.
other. another.
The boatd will probably make
final decision between the two
sites at it December fi mo> ng.
It also has under advisement in:
fo-.iv"-on relevant to a fourth proj proj-1
-1 proj-1 posed university in South Florida

s' Gator Chest Drive Begins
The Gator Chest drive began jesterd: > v illi a giwvl of a dollar
a student: Eight charities arc combined into the drive replacing
i lasi vizir's system of a separate drive for each individual charity.
3 Here Jim Boyette, chairman of off campus solicitations, displays
a froster in a conspicuous spot on campus. (Gator Photo.)
COMBINES CHARITIES
, .. I- ;
Campus Drive Seeks
i Student Donaforis
j
i
, The Campus Chest fund drive got unde; way yesterday in an ef effort
fort effort to c ombine all of the years '< harities and fund drives into one
operation,'

1 .*} r ini uui,
Students will be asked to con-
nbute $1 to the fund, and this wik
>e all the student will be asked for
during the year, according to Scott
Ashby, secretary of solicitiations
The Chest combines eight chari charities
ties charities Cancer. Polio, .American lied
Cross. Heart Fund. Tube;culo-,
Crippled Children. Florida Farm
Colony and the World University
Service
Dpor to door- campaigns will be
made in the ddr.ms and Flavets.
Ashby said. The Mens Council
and other volunteers wall work the
dorms, while APO and Circle K
will handle the Flavet areas.
The 4.400 off campus residents;
will receive return envelopes in
, which they may make their con-

City Police Arrest
Student Violators

- Gainesville polices handling of
fuse to report tickets to the St 1;
feetive" according to A! Millar.
Under the present campus traf traffic
fic traffic setup students who ignore ti- k
f ets issued by the campus police
1 are leported to the city police who
then serve Warrants on the viola*,
ors."
Students on whom these wan an'"
are served must appear m city
court.
Millar .said this plan "puts enough
,eeth" in the enforcement of n-.e n-.e---campus
--campus n-.e---campus tiaffic system to make
it as effective as possible
Under the present plan a dupli dupli?
? dupli? cate of ea< h ticket issued is kept
1 by the campus police. Millai ex explained
plained explained
If the student who received the
r .i ket does not report it to the
5 student traffic court within 72
hours camus peine mails notice
' of his ticket to the violator.
' .The students to whom (here o>
tices are mailed have 4* hours to

Georgia Techjs defeat givt-A Florida an opportunity to win p
tirst sfy gridirjon title since the Conference vvas t-.rmed in i>*33.
Tennessee, paying mil one of the toughest schedules In th
nation, must la<|e Mississippi Kentucky' and \ anderbilf-before the
end ol the scasijn, II any one of these teams sm reeds in'defeating
the \ ols. Tpnmjssee will end up with a 5 1 record in Conference
-play. '
Pile f.alors meet Georgia IVeti on \o\. .I in the Gator (Sow I if
I lorida heats lech it will show a 6-1 > t ( record If I'eeh loses
tti the (oilors ai d deteats \lah.tma and Georgia. IPs other remain remaining
ing remaining opponents ils record will he siv wins and two loss->
lbs gives Florida the title. The only oilier contender tor the
crown Ole Mis., plays onR *iv < ohterence games an.,l already
lopt one. The tvest it ran do lor the season i ,y|


tri but ions Tliese en velopes may
be dropped either in the U S. or
Campus mail. Ashby said,
"There are betweer 500 and 1,-
Oi.iO commuters and other students
whose address we don't have,"
Ashby said "We hope they will
contribute by mail or come by
the Student Governmeit Office
Last yen six individual drives
netted a real of $2,201. according
to Ashby
Chairmen in lunge if collection
areas- are George 'Summers,
dorms. Jim Boyette, iff campus;
J:hi Thompson Flavets, Danny
Mcserve. fraternities and Judy
D.iiensig- sor cs T-easurer for
the drive i" John Hatn'mer.

campus tiaffii violators who re reel'd
el'd reel'd Trtiff: Court is quite of.
chief . of the ''dent our'.
report their .ticket to the student
court.
Should the violator f,, ) report
the ti( kef within the iS-hour period
6
the case is, turned ovet to the city
police. ;
Warrant: aie icn issuer! for tne
arrest of the violator.
A $5.00 rharae is ad'Ted to the
fines, of students who ahe tiled in
it.v coni to pa" the ost of is issuing
suing- issuing the warrants
City police have served eight
wat ranis o;r student -viola tp: -of
am pus p.i-king regulations and
nla-v t -me in d 50 none un unless
less unless violators heed the warnings
f anvnus police and n port then
tickets.'
t f l '' -. 1 f ; s 1 ;, 1 i' v or]
h the -a! ;rt- seemed to be
f-iacking off." r

serving
! 1,000 students
in university
of florida

Tuesdoy, November 13, 1956

Attorney Hired
| After Failure
! lo Pass Course
By PETE OSBO'Une
Gator Shift Writer
A former l nivttrsit v of
j Florida student has 1
' retained an attorney to ap ap;
; ap; peal a failing grade iti a
! History (dursty the. State
j Hoard of Control sa i d
Thursday:
The student Mrs. Ann Leonard
Norton, is represented by E. a.
j. Clavtori, Gainesville attorney, in
j tfie action which stems from an
j"E grade in a course, w hich. v\.a,4
j taught by Dr. John Harrison. The
1 incident occurred during the 1954-
i 55 School year.
.j Legal action arises from Clay Clay'
' Clay' ton's contention his client was
j failed not because of classroom
I | failure but due to a "personality
clash Harrison was described,
j as a "liberal" while Mrs Norton
is "conservative" in her-views.
' Harrison said yesterday the ac action
tion action evolved from an ancient his-,
I tor.- course. The professor vester vesterj
j vesterj day declined to elaborate specif*
! ically on the case since the Uni*
; versity side is now in the nands
I Os Ralph .Odom, an assistant state
attorney general. Odom was given
j the case for review by the Board
of Control.
In a prepared statement, how how
- how ever. Dr Harrison yesterday said:
"Mis Ann Leonard Norton fail failed
ed failed both of the mid-semester ex examinations
aminations examinations as well as the final
i examination ui a course which [
taught during the school vear 1954-
1955. After she had failed the first
mid-term examination I met with
her in an effort in determine the
reasons for her la,k of progress
in this particular course and" to
counsel her as is my custom with
-my students who are not doing
satisfactorily.
A month after .her failure in
the final examination, the rea reasons
sons reasons for that failure were, at the
], request of of her father-m-law. dis discussed
cussed discussed in the Department of His History
tory History and then at his (Mrs Nor Norton's
ton's Norton's father-in-law i further request
i the office of the Dean .of the
College of Arts and Sciences The
problem was then- taken to the
President of the University of Flor Florida
ida Florida Finally, in the spring of 1956,
at the request of her attorney,
the examination n question was
minutely reviewed by me with
Mrs. Norton in the presence of
both her attorney and the Chair Chairman
man Chairman of the Department of History
and no effort was spared to anal analyze
yze analyze the results of her work
"Since this matte i is now under
consideration .by the Board of Con Coniol
iol Coniol I have no furthej comment
to mak,> 'except to state that the
; assertions and implications-made
by Mrs. Norton s attorney,' as
represented in' the press and on
the radio, are preposterous .and,
of course, are neither base'll on
fact noi true. Dr Harrison said.
At thf- Board of Control meeting,
Dr Reitz explained the incident
occurred before he became presi president
dent president and he presented the .state .statements
ments .statements against Prof Harrison.. He
described Harrison as one of the
1 top professors in the College of
Arts and Si ionees and said he was
admired alike bv students and fel felloe.
loe. felloe. faculty members
It is his feeling, the Uni.versitv
, presiden told the Board, that a
j professor should have the sole
right to pass udgement on his
own exams
, 'Who else is het'er capable of
, passing judgment on an examin examinj
j examinj at:on paper than the professor
leaching the course" Dr Reitz
. asked,
When he remixed the matter was
getting out of hand and becoming
j more a legal than educational
, problem he bundled the enira
(Continued on page TI^TEE)



The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, Nov. 13, 1936, i

High Schools Send
Speech Reps Here

More than 12|5 high school speech
enthusiasts from 25 Florida high
schools will attend the 1951 Dis Discussibn
cussibn Discussibn Conference here Saturday,
Thff' event ijs sponsored by the
General Extension Division and
The' Department of Speech of the
University of Florida
Co-directors of the 1956 conclave
are .Mrs. Berrtice Mims, Director
of the- General Extension Division
and Di D VV. Ehr)inger i-f the
speech faculty j.
According tb Mis. Mims, The
conference is Jnon-competitive hut
provides an cjpportujiitv for stu students
dents students to develop a working knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of discussion techniques as an
aid,to bettei expressing themselves
in their relations with others
She added -'The conference pro-
Fraternity Issue
Review Thursday
A review of the botjik. Fratern Fraternity
ity Fraternity without Brotherhood. by Al Alfred
fred Alfred C. Lee. Will be held nt the
Johnson Lounge of the Florida
Union building Thursday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Moderator fijir this review will
he Dean A Wl. Boldt and review reviewers
ers reviewers include Hudson, president
oi the Inter-Fraterpity Council:
Freeman Hart. Humanities profes professor:
sor: professor: and Jerry Zeller, assistant to
The Reverent Richard Baker.
The book review is co-sponsored
by the Student Religious Associ Association
ation Association and th| Florida Union
Board's Films and Forums com committee
mittee committee Refreshments will he serv served
ed served at 3 :.?0 p m i
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vides speech training held with
the idea that students will better
learn to weigh issue.- present
views and clarify ideas and opin opinions.
ions. opinions.
Tire 1951 Conference will consist
of three rounds of discussions on
the national debate top e Ameri American
can American Farm Policy.
The problem chosen for the aca academic
demic academic year 1956-57 has been an announced
nounced announced as What agricultural pol policy
icy policy will best serve the interests
of the people of the United States?
Following registration Saturday
morning University of Florida
speech students will present a
model demonstration discussion
for the entire group.
High school participants will then
divide into panels of approximately
seven members and hold separate
discussion sessions.
Each school attending the con con,a!ve
,a!ve con,a!ve is allowed five active dele delegates.
gates. delegates. Other students from the
same school have been invited to
attend as- observers even though
they do not participate in the dis discussionK.
cussionK. discussionK. *
Individual participants will he
given a Superior Excellent or Good
rating by'a gr oup of judges from
the University speech faculty. At
the close of the meet these ratings
will he announced and listed.
Florida-Georgia
Football Movies
Set for Viewing
(Seorgia-Fibrida football game
motion pictures will be shown at
the Medical Sciences Building Au Auditorium
ditorium Auditorium night at k
p.m continuing a publu service
program launched by the Alachua
County UF Alumni Club several
weeks ago.
Club President Gus McGnff has
issued ant invitation to all inter interested
ested interested to attend. Ass:stun Coat h
Hank Fold berg will be on hand to
narrate the film and give a scout scouting
ing scouting report on Georgia Tarh, the
Gator s next opponent.
There Will be no admission and
he public is invited.
Girls' Ad Group
Holds Rush Party
Gamma Alpha Chi, women s
national advertising honorary -so -society,
ciety, -society, will hold its first rush party
Thursday night, faculty sponsor
Roy C. Craven announced vestcr vestcrda
da vestcrda y.
Eligible women students major majoring
ing majoring in architecture, art. business
administration. English and jour journalism
nalism journalism have been invited. Cravan
said. An orientation program has
been planned, he said, to acquaint
guests with the society's purposes
and activities.
The party will he held a! Build Buildi
i Buildi mg C". Room 10.1 at g p m.

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Lutheran Dignitaries Meet for Dedication
At the dedication of. the Lutheran Student Center Sunday afternoon. Rev. Oswald Elbert (leeft.
ton-ground) eastern secretary of tile National Lutheran Count jl. presents a grant to Rev. William
C. Kaiser, chairman of the Florida Synod Lutheran Students Center campaign. Background, left
to right are Perry Foote, SRA president Dean Beaty, Rev. Paul Nordsiek, Rev. Francks Fesperman.
Rev. No re K. Gustafson and Rev. Roy all y<*mt. .< Gator Photo)
*: - I

Page 3

SEC Crown
(Continued from Page OXE )
Should Florida lose to (Georgia
Tech nex' week, it will still have
equaled its finest season in South-
eastern Conferrncc play with a 5 2
record.
The C.i ots won five ami lost two
in. 1954 to finish third in the SECX
behind Qie Miss and Teel; But-
Florida's qvet-a',l record in '54
was five wins. and. five losses
The Gators are already guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed a notch in the first division
r>t the conference. This is in it itself
self itself a novelty siru e the Orange
and Blue has only turned the trick,
twice. It finished fifth in 1952
with four wars and three loses
That was* the year in which the
team had a 7-3 over-all mark and
went on *o defeat Tulsa t 1-13 in
the c Gato: Bow on New V--.tr s
Day
The best year in Florida foot football
ball football history w as 1 923 when the la lators
tors lators won their first eight games
and wore defeated on the day
of the season by Tennessee. 13-1-2.
If Florida beats Georgia Tec;
and then goes on to defeat Miami
the following week, it will wind up
the season loss and one'tie

Debaters Travel to Auburn
For Southern Region Meet

University debaters will attend
the Southern Region Tau Kappa
Alpha tournament Friday and Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at. Auburn, Alabama.
Florida will be represented by
the affirmative team of Harold
Klapper and Fred Berger and a
negative team of Dick Masington
and Harold Eisner.
VJ>e Schwartz and Jules Cohen
compiled a record-of six wins and
Student Appeals
Failing Grade
(Contim-ed from Page ONE)
file together and turner] if over
to the legal department of the
Board of Control.
Attorney Clayton skid at the
Board of Control meeting he could
not foreset what legal a- tiun he
intended to take but he would prob probably
ably probably go to he courts or the Board
of Education if the Board of Con Control
trol Control could give his client no sat satisfaction.
isfaction. satisfaction.
Mrs Nor on is no longer enroll enrolled
ed enrolled at the University. At the time
she, receive 1 her failing grad*- her
father-in-law was an instructor
here.

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Lutheran Center Honored
At Dedication Sunday

The First Lutheran Student On Onter
ter Onter in the state was dedicated Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon by Rev. Oswald El Elbert
bert Elbert of th wAiuncil.
The newest addition to the cam campus
pus campus religious centers rs located at
1X26 W University Ave and serv serves
es serves all Lutheran students at the Uni University.
versity. University.
lU-v.. Filbert. Eastern Secretary
of the -N L.Cj.. spoke ori The In Inquiring
quiring Inquiring M:nd of the Christian and
emphasized the importance of a
questioning njiind- in a college *tu--
dent. I i
Greetings wen e extended the
center by Dean R. C. Beaty. Perry
Foote.' president of the Student
Religious A -sociation. and Rev,
Francis 1 Fesperman, Pastor of
S- Andrew's Church, St. Peters
burg.
According to Tom Burns, a stu
dent resident at the center, the
building now offers sleeping facil facilities
ities facilities for 20 Lptheran students and
re, reational facilities for 300.
The e im lude a 19x36 lounge, an

no,'losses io wfln the tenth annual
Carolina Forensics Tournament
held last weekend at the Univer University
sity University of South Carolina.
Debating the negative *side of
the, nation's proposition on the dis discontinuani
continuani discontinuani e o£ direct economic aid
to foreign, v.juntries. Cohen find
.Schwartz, both sophomores, de defeated
feated defeated Notre Dame, North Caroli Carolina.
na. Carolina. Scw.an.ee | Duke. Agnes Scot*,
and Lenoir Rhyne Schwartz was
second high' man in the tourna tournament
ment tournament on individual speaking rat rating
ing rating points

Danbury Concert Thursday
Features Original Music

The Department of Music will
present Russell Danburg. pianist
and faculty riij-mber, in a concert
Thursday night at 8:15 o'clock in
the University (Auditorium.
Two of the numbers on thp pro program
gram program were composed by Dan Danburg,
burg, Danburg, The first; Three Dialogues
for Two Clarinets." .will feature
Henry Wallhrunn and James Bart Bartlet'.
let'. Bartlet'. clarinetists). The composer de describes
scribes describes these compositions a s
' conversation pieces: endeavoring

adjacent TV room, dining room,
modem kitehen, a second floor li library
brary library and several smaller rooms
used for Sunday School purposes |
Robert Ivey, President of the
Lutheran Student Association, stat stated
ed stated that much of the credit for the
planning and organizing of the
enter goes to William C. Kaiser.;
pastor of the campus church.
Adult di ret tors of the center are
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fremont who
assist with religious programs and
supervise the boys living at the
center.
52 HOLIDAY RECALLED
'No School i
By RICHARD PAEMORF. ?
(tutor Staff Writer
Anticipating yesterday off. the
cry. No school Monday, arose
from *he student section after the
third Florida touchdown at the
Georgia football game Saturday.
Disabled Veterans
Surveyed by VA
The Veterans Administration is
surveying 305.000 veterans serious seriously
ly seriously disabled in service to bring their
family status up to date.
Orly those veterans who are 50
percent or more disabled and who
receive additional compensation
because of dependents are involv involved
ed involved in the survey, officials said.
The survey, conducted through
the medium of a questionnaire, will
not affect veterans family
status was determined by the VA
since August 31'. 1955.

to sound as two people might con con;
; con; verse with each other."
The second, Poeme for French
, Horn and Piano." is lyrical and
written in a modified sonata al allegro
legro allegro form with the horn and pi piano
ano piano sharing' equal honors. Featur Featured
ed Featured will be Reid Poole. French horn,
! and Danhutg at the piano
Other selections on the program
; will include the works of Bach,
Mozart. Chopin. Li9Zt Rachman Rachmaninoff
inoff Rachmaninoff and Liapounow.
s Members of the A Capella Choir
will* usher.

BOARD NOT CENSOR
Jones Says Peel Not Dead

By L. H SIMS
Gator Staff Writer
! A new edition of the Orange
| Peel is not out of the question it
, all, according to John Paul Jone 3.
: professor of journalism and chair chairman
man chairman of the Board of Student Pub Publications.
lications. Publications.
The Board does not pose as a
censoring organ, Jones said, out
| it will act to suspend an issue of
j any student publication that fails
; to meet goals set forth in Board
; regulations. f
The University has sufficient
money to publish two issues of
the Orange Peei this year if the
students decide to carry on the Hu Humor
mor Humor magazine. This decision aw await*
ait* await* a report by Tom Byrds group,
appointed by Fletcher Fleming,
president of the Student Bodv
-
Fleming ap|M>mlt | study the desirability and feasi feasi'
' feasi' bilitv of continuing the Peel. Th'fc
TURKEY SHOOT
BEGINS FRIDAY
Trophies will be awarded to 'he
i highest ranking fraternity and sor sorj
j sorj ority at the Annual Turkey Shoot
which starts Friday at the P. O.
T C rifle range
Florida Rifles and the Agri Agri:
: Agri: culture Council sponsor the event.

to last from 9:30 a m. to 9:30 p.
m., Nov. 16. 17. 19. and 20. Shoot*
, pis will be divided into blocks of
; 16 and will fire the, 22 rifle, will
the highest score in each block
taking a turkey.
Shooters mav enter as manv
blocks as desired, but are eligible
; to win only two turkeys. Cost of
each entry is $1 per person. The
: three divisions of competitors wdl
consist of women, children under
; 16. and men.
Fraternities ana sororities com competing
peting competing for a trophy, as as
any other clubs or organizations,
may reserve a block consisting
only of their members by contact-,
ing the Army Military Department

Monday' Proves Rumor

f However, students attended clas classes
ses classes as usual, though some of the
, faculty can remember the last time
students had their wish come true.'
. Miss Edith P. Pitts, administra
. tive assistant to the president, re recalled
called recalled the occasion on Saturday.
Nov. 22. 1952. when .1. Hillis Miller
declared a Wednesday holiday at
the Miami-Florida football game.
1 Students called the president as
| ter an earlier 30-0 victory over
j Georgia. Miller, not wanting to
( decide the issue immediately, pro promised
mised promised to think about it" if Flor Florida
ida Florida should beat Miami, said Mss
; Pitts.
1 Following a 43-6 Florida victory,
the president made good his jest
and announced after the game:
The president is making an ad adjdiess
jdiess adjdiess to members of the faculty
on Tuesday evening of next week.
1 1 have decided that thev will nee.l
a vacation immediately following
y the address.
profit from going to class when
the professors are not present they

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report is expected jwithin two
weeks.
"A campus magazine of general
interest and light, go(od natured
humor wouuld be welcome. said
Prof. Jones.
The Board reviewed Jan issue of
the Orange Peel prepared this sum summer
mer summer for distribution thip fall, how however.
ever. however. and suspended '[distribution
Student Arrested
For Illegal Entry
A University student was prompt promptly
ly promptly arrested Friday morning af afteg'police
teg'police afteg'police received a breaking and
entering report from a Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville resident. j
Don Cole. 27. of 1914 N\V 3rd
Ave was taken into custody by
Sgt. VV. L Beach at 545 am.
Several minutes earlier a call had
been received by the resident at
1716 NVV is* Ave that their house
was being forcefully entered
Beach; reported that Cole was
outside the house when the police
arrived

SRA Forms Council
For Greek Groups

Inter-faith socials and a non-sage- h
tanan University Sunday Service
plan will be the starting points for j:
the Student Religious Associa- j r
tion's newly organized ft -eek Conn-
cil. according/to Evelyn Sulner i
council president at the SRA ex-1
ecutive board meeting yesterday, j
Groups that have had little r on- |
tact with specific religious studuent
centers will be invited to attend so- :
ciais so that they will hrve an op opportunitv
portunitv opportunitv to become .-quaihted 1
with the workings of the renters.
Tentative plans innClude displays
showing the accomplishments and
goals of the i enter- and short talks
by student and religious Raders
The- new program wil bp direct-

may as well start Thanksgiving
holiday on Wednesday also.
Richard S. Johnson, registrar,
said the extra day off lea to mass
absenteeism. Many students cut
Monday and Tuesday classes and
took a week's vacation ai Thanks Thanksgiving.
giving. Thanksgiving. he said.
Florida's win was t,ue sixth vic victory
tory victory in-3f games,with the Georgia
Bulldogs.
Dr. Eggcrt Leads
Education Meet
Dr C. Lee Eggert. professor in
College of Education has been in invited
vited invited to moderate a panel and iead
discussions at an, anneal state
meeting of the Florida School
Board Superintendents Association
in Jacksonville today and tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow.
The panel will be composed of
Florida school board member.-.,
superintendents, and college ad administrators
ministrators administrators from t.he two State
supported universities.

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on the grounds that the magazine
failed to meet desired stand iris
of good taste. | -.-
"The suspended issue contained
jokes and cartoons tljat dead with
religion in a sacriligious .manner,
and by similar means teiide to
depict the campus as a love nest
and a place of :jree-Jnnktng.
Jones said.
* *
A publication of this type can be
very harmful in putjil.e relat: >r.
Jones continued. Most people
think of the UF as a gnat
stitution of learning dnd fee', that
a seamy type of publication is n.v
representative. j
Anything not fit flor the mails
must not be published by students
of the UF with official sanction,
said Jones.
Freedom, of the pre.xs does
not give any publication the right
to publish lascivious or any ot.un ot.unwise
wise ot.unwise indecent material, he said
A new issue of the Or..t. f c Feel
would .be reviewed bv the Board
prior to release, just as is done
with several other student publi publications.
cations. publications.

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Greek Council, the strengthening of
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The Executive Board his begun, out outlining
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of a weak response from g,reek
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In the past, the council has serv served
ed served as a liaison between SRA and
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and fraternity chaplains to develop
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Page 2

Losing the Right to Know

CLEVELAND
1
You ncvp]- realize the value of a thing
until you lose it." the elderly Clevelander
sitting next to us remarked. The restau restaurant
rant restaurant was warm, the coffee uas good and
it was snowing outside, so we paused
from the hu-tle of a national convention
to hear wh: the gentleman had to say.
1 mean t) e newspaper. he continued,
pointing to a copy of the Cleveland Re Reporter
porter Reporter we wcrej reading. The pa peps
here are on .trike you know. We haven't
had a local paper for nearly two weeks,
We had heard of the Newspaper
Guilds strike against the three Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland papers hut did not realize the signi significance.
ficance. significance. It was brought home sharply
when we "Saw the completeness of the
citys "news blackout," a> the citizens
called it.
Only news sources available are radio
and television, some special news cap capsules
sules capsules printed bv various service organiza organizations
tions organizations and the special leased wires which
had been placed in downtown store will willows.
ows. willows. All these nie4ia at best provide om
Iv outlines of tl|ie news. Last Monday the

Orange Bowl Committee Knows Beauty

- For the third year running, tin Orang
Howl committee in charge of picking
beauty queen.y has chosen the reigning
Miss University of Florida to represent
the state at the big festival around New-
Years Day.
An original field of over Ino entrants
was boi-led down to one queen and a court
of four at the jsemi-final judging in Mi Miami
ami Miami Saturday. Adelaide Gonzalez. Mi-ss
University of Florida, was chosen Bow l
Queen.' Charlotte Potler, Homecoming

ACROSS THE COLLEGIATE NATION
Georgia Tech Finds New Spirit

An editorial in the' Georgia reasons for doing so. Calling it
Tech "Technique' last week the first improvement in years,
pointed out the improved spirit i* stated in effect:
of the student body and the "During last week's football
The Florida Alligator
All-American Honor Rating, 1953-56
The FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is thii official student newspaper of the L'nlxeritx of
Florida and In publlahed every ruesdxv and Friday mornings eicept during holl
day*, vacations and examination period*. The FLORIDA ALLIGATOR I# entered
as second class matter at the I nited State* Tost Office Gainesville. Florida
Office* are located In Room *. |o and 13 In the Florida Cnlon Building basement
Telephone tJnteersHy of Florida FR-6-3C41. Ext. 633. editorial office. Line *. boai
ness office. Line 19.
Editor-in-Chief Don Bacon
Managing Editor Ed Johnson
Business Mgr Jack Hutchinson
EDITORIAL STA fa'
Becky Greer. Dave Lew assistant editors: Howie Crane* sport* editor:
T rat man. intramural* editor; Fred \\ rd. Roy Goldsmith, photographers; Pete
Bryan. Karl Wickstrom. Dan Shoote car toonists.
STAFF WRITERS
Mary Ann Bransford.j Roh Jerome. Norm Glazer Buddy Harden. Jules Lipp
Janet Moskotrltz, Hill I roffpr. Cindy fanning. Jane Folmar. Hugh Gower. Hon
Allen, Ann Biller. Lee Fennell. John Ha mllton. Pete Osbotne. Don Schmidt. Ken
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Editorials Tuesday, November 13, 1956

newspapermen of the city banded to together
gether together to publish an emergency newspa newspaper.
per. newspaper. Th< Reporter.
The small press on which the Reporter
is printed is inadequate, printing about
100,000 copies per day for a city of 1.5
million. The fortunate few who can find
copies of the special paper are often of offered
fered offered as much as $1.50 for a copy and
on several occasions newsboys were beat beaten
en beaten on the street and their papers
stolen.
This was a bad time for a strike, my
friend said, "with all this trouble .in the
Middle East and Hungary and the elec election
tion election makes you .feel lost when you can t
read whats going on in the rest of the
w or hi.
We gave him our copy of the Reporter,
and headed out into the cold, thinking
how regrettable it is that people dont
realize the value of their right to know
until it is taken away.
IYou never realize the value of a thing
until you lose it.."
DON BACON.

Queen, was named to appear as Orange
Bow l Princess.
As was the case with Carolyn Stroup
and Lynn Brown Newman, the girls will
carry the name of the University before
thousands of spectators from all over the
nation. YY know they will be accepted as
outstanding representatives of the school.
Adelaide and Charlotte have brought
honor and recognition to the University
as well as to themselves. They are due
congratulations from all.

ganu\ the spirit and sportsman sportsmanship
ship sportsmanship of the Tech student body
appeared to surpass that of a
school whose fine spirit is
known throughout the South,
"Tech fans have begun com commenting
menting commenting on and discussing the
abrupt change they observed
in the student body For the
Tirst time in years, they heard
students shout words of encour encouragement
agement encouragement instead of discourage discouragement
ment discouragement to Tech players who ap appeared
peared appeared to make mistakes.
"They heard students ap applaud
plaud applaud injured players of the op opposing
posing opposing team and they heard
the entire student body cheer
as it. never < heered before.
"Fans saw the whole student
section, seniors included, rise
enthusiastically to its feet every
time the band played "Ramb "Ramblin
lin "Ramblin Wreck" and before every
kick-off.
"Tech is known as the fin finest
est finest engineer ng school in the
South. The students earned this
endorsement last Saturday by
matching it with the best dis display
play display of school spirit vet."

,1.
\J I *** AtA
Trust You All Had a Nice Weekend,
But Noiw Back to the Books.
s
' LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Florida Should Return
To 'Day-Off' Tradition

Editor:
What happened to the da;, oft
for the student body that usuat usuatl
l usuatl ly follows a win over the Geor Geort
t Geort g.ia football team ? Os course we
all know this [hasn't happened
since the fall of 1952, whe'n the
late President Miller, gave :h
v students that well deserved dav
off. This is tiiv first fall se semester
mester semester m school since mv return
from the service, and was won wondering
dering wondering if the Georgia .tradition
still remained.
Speaking of days off. Nov. 12,
was Veteran's Day. a- cord
ing to.reports another state uni univetsity.
vetsity. univetsity. Florida [State University
has been given off for the oc occasion.
casion. occasion. Is it not right that two

Traffic Court Unorthodox

Editor:
While all these investigations
of the Pep Club, Food Service,
etc are going on why doesn't
. somebody such as an Alligator
reporter, investigate the Student
Traffic Court 00
It was the misfortune of us to
attend the court session on
Tuesday, Oct. 2-1 and sit through
two and a half houi s of bedlam
We are apalled at the way the
court was conducted
While the court was in session.
I tried to take notes of the tin
orthodox proceedings but I-was
busier than a freshman it his
first C-ll lecture.
Os the many things that occur
ed, I would like to familiarize
you with the one; main point that
is paramount in our memory.
The first case started very or orderly
derly orderly but before long the defen defendant
dant defendant was facing and arguing
with the two. sn-oalled justices
.and three campqs police officers.
One of the spectators protest protested
ed protested that the defendant was be being
ing being overly prosecuted and only
the accusing officer should ap appear
pear appear before the" court The

Letter to Fla. Players

Gentlemen :
I have just seen your fine pro production
duction production of "Family Portrait" and
have only one complaint. The
play seemed fairlv authentic to
'me in all ways except the diab
garb of the rabbi involved. In
- order to check the authenticity
of this point I went to visit the
Hillel Foundation's. Rabbi David
t Machrach who is 28 and unmar unmarried.
ried. unmarried. He was attired in a cos-

state universities under the satru
state government should be in
unison in such a matter as this 0
This letter is no! an attempt
s o force the students ot the ad administraion
ministraion administraion to take action, bn*
only a thought to bring bai k a
tradition and to increase a need needed
ed needed spirit among students. Since
the day has passed that could
have been given off, if I might
suggest why not giv e the students
Wednesday. November 21 1956
off This would make up for a
lost- day off and entitle the stu students
dents students to an added day for Thank Thanksgiving
sgiving Thanksgiving vacation Time will oitlv
tell what may happen in this
case. I leave the idea with you.
Arthur Kitsch

.spectator was sarcasticly in informed
formed informed by the justii e that this
court was customarily held in
formally and if anyone wanted
to protest i decision thev couid
appeal before the court down downtown
town downtown
Many times during the pro proceedings,
ceedings, proceedings, the three officers free
ly gave three unasked for opin opinions
ions opinions and influenced the judge.
The fines ran from $5 for park parking
ing parking over the yellow line (second
offense) to sls for parking with without
out without a propet decal on in reserv reserved
ed reserved areas What cities except
Gainesville, levy such stiff fines
for parking?
It was the consensus of most
of the violators present tha! the
court was unjust and strictly
tigainst our principles of rlemo rlemocfacy.
cfacy. rlemocfacy. If the student govern
ffient is going to run a traffic
court why not make the court
comply with our national C n sti stitution
tution stitution which was se up to give
justice to the defendant How
about a faculty advisor for the
traffic court or else operate it in
a wav to give the student the
benefit of justice.
Three student taxpayers.

tump fur different from the
rabbi you portrayed. He wore
black ivy league pants, a gtriped
sport shirt, a plaid sports roat
comple'e with Pogo button and
a snazzy new ivy league cap
- Again let me say that I
thoroughly enjoyed your perfor performance
mance performance but would certainly ap appreciate
preciate appreciate a little more authenti authenticity
city authenticity from here on out
Otis Deucy

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IN BLACK AND WHITE
Liberty, Not Peace, Should Guide Us

Bv IOL V GONZALEZ
The president, al election
over and President Eisenhower
has won. The over-riding can',
. paign issue Peace.
For months tne OP no nded
home their 'happiness themi
of Peace Progtess, and Pros Prosperity
perity Prosperity and only in the final
week when it became apparent
White House
did not
matically make jgg Wsm,
. all well in the
World The r.ONZAI.EZ
pitch then became that Ike was
the only man qualified by tram;-
ing and experience to lead the
nation through the crisis To
thus appeal..the voters responded
in even moi e. overwhelming
numbers than they had in 1952
(,
The "pence" issue Mas un
questionably, the greatest contri contributing
buting contributing factor to the Eisenhower
avalanche, yet while the GOP
was booming Ike as The Man
of Peace war was blazing on
Suez .and across the Middle East
and the freedom-hungry people o!
Hungary were being systems-
finally butchered by the newly
returned Soviet Army in the
worst excess of cruelty and tei teiror
ror teiror that tfie world has seen since
Adolf Hitler Today over a week
later: the rebels still fight on
vainly in the battle scarred
streets of unhappy Budapest.
In 1952 Republican orators
BILL GRAYSON

Campus Leaders Assemble
At The Hub These Hays .]..

By BILL GRAYSON
I)o you feel tired and run
down" Are. you dissatisfied with
the dull and drab aspects of
campus life?
Then I have the solution for
ybu Go to the Hub Yes the
Huh. met < h of campus celebri celebrities
ties celebrities where, daily, hundreds of
Rtjudems flock in the hope.f of
catching just one intimate ghm ghmpse
pse ghmpse if then favorite campus per personalities
sonalities personalities

As I entered
thb Holy Shrine
a few days
ago iLuckily I
had phoned
three days ear earlier
lier earlier for reset
v a t i o n s i I
couldnt help
hint notice .the
intimacy of the
place Clouds of

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e i £ a r <> *. t e GRAVSON
smoke heM on
defiantly around the tables
which added warmth to the sur surroundings.
roundings. surroundings. Yon could not help
from being impi eased by the
.soft music piped in to add to
your dining pleasure the
haunting strains of Ftlvis Pres Presley
ley Presley and his string ensemble.
After securing a table. I rea reali7,ed
li7,ed reali7,ed 'that f had an e.\t ellent
vantage spot from which I could
see practically-all of the glitter glittering
ing glittering celebrities at their sparkling
best
T
Seated at a large table next to
mtne was a host of well-known
per sonalities. A' the head of the
table sat Lex I. Legis. hero of

blasted {lie 'Truman policy of
con'ainhien'. of c'cmmiirasni
and prnml.-ed a new policy of
liberation of the satellites
,n s stead For sou yea s a
the* organs of American ptopa.
ganda have been talking ot i:b*
eratn n' and encouraging lebe
lion behind the Iron Gurfhm To s
encouragement at last bore fruit
in Hungary. For five brief da
the Hungarians were magtdra irj
tiieir own house and the spectre
of Comniunism retreated before
the bright, sunshine of freedom
Then the F.ed Army returned,
the Iron Curtain clanked town,
and the spark of Hungarian lib liberty
erty liberty was quenched with the jiood
of its patriots.
Throughout it ail the Preside:::
continued to be 1 The Man o;
Peace He protested H* -.pro ti tied
ed tied to the United Nations. He
shook his head But he ini no'
do the one thing that could have
saved Hungary he, did not. go
its aid and thus made mock
erj of our policy of libera .ion
and, showed it to be* nothing more
than a cruel hoax perpetrated o,
'hi- freedom loving people o:
Hungary.
Why did we fail to a.i me
Hungarian rebels Be,-,,,.. V v*
were s< ared afraid that Ai ven vencan
can vencan aid would provoke the
USSR.
It would seem that curreir
American policy prefers enslave enslavement
ment enslavement (of others, of course to
war-thus making war and not
sal very the greatest enemy of
mankind. Pursuit of peace and
not of freedom, is seemingly out
chief goal, and apparently we are
committed to a policy of "wag "wagng
ng "wagng peace" rather than liberal
ing peoples
Ts peace requires that P > es.

the Florida Law School and
champion of the innocent as he
brushed away a group of mo mothers
thers mothers who had brought then
< biidren to he blessed one cjnild
see his- noble chin, curly hair
and flashing smile, it'nforjtun
atelv Lex had to rush off. as'he
wigs defending ah infirmirv am amhula
hula amhula rue which was parked in, a
restricted zone, :
Seated next to him was the
well-known Tri Nu. Rita La <
Shame the WHAM WHAM girl,
who was busy fighting off mobs
d male aukigraph seekers
When 1 (aught her attention he
smiled and whispered 'l'mu..
The natives ar e restless to
night. i Rita had to rush off. too.
as she was late for a party at
the Tri Delta Theta house >
Bv Rita's side was Miles Ner Nervine.
vine. Nervine. freshman politician who
was being groomed for fit ore
political laurels bv the Greater
Gator Party Miles was telling
friends about ip embarassing in
ident th-at happened to him
during Homecoming. It seems
that his father had -arrived in
Gainesville unexpectedly. Mr
Nervine!, though, had i o n b le
finding Mile's dormitory. So, he
went around to various dorms
He was haling prior luck when
he approached one hall and cell celled
ed celled up Does Miles Nervine live
in here"' Yeah.'' a voice called
back Bring him in'
At another table sat a group
of football players incl u d i n g
Fighti.n' Frink Fingle. Dodging
Dirk Darbv and .lairing Jack
Jackson Thev were dis< ussirg a
fight in which one of them had
been'involved. Man, did'he fight
dirty Did yoti see him swing (hat
crutch? i Well, just like Becky
says: R you give an athlete an
inch he 11 lake a foot Rir a-ho
'ares, who wants athletes foot
anyway i
Suddenly everyone turned to towards
wards towards the big glass window!, to
see three black limousines puil
up in front of the Hub Stepping
nut were the leaders of student
government. Behind them .were
their secretaries. 0 The band in inside
side inside struck up a chorus of 'He's
a Jolly Good Fellow as Num Number
ber Number One.entered. At once crowds
of students surrounded, him for
autographs or a piece of his
rlothine. Number one real zed
that he was minus a pencil to
=icrn autographs so, he turner to
his sec retar v Helen Highwatei
and asked where. h.is pencil .va's
Behind your ear replied M ss
High water. "Gome now he
snapped. You know Pm a busy
man. Which ear?
So as the sun s.nks behind the
Genturv Tower we bid a fpnd
rewell to the Hub. the Citr del
Celebrities., and hope,. :ha*
-omedav mavbe we. too ran
p.d an empty table inside the
sacred .walls.

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Hungarians: etc rot in (foninvu
mst prisons then it s m|ifortun
a'e bur stiu preferable jo war
Sc ientists, p.tcit -.sis, poifi. al aland
and aland Communi: have joint'd
: one m;g:uy,' vho: \:s .its.stirg
fa* there is 'no jrwbstitjite 1 to
peace.
i If > then this! is a .tepvj.l ;:or.
|.; the Patn. k Heivy v iew or
!' give me liberty or giye .me
Meath which or.ce foruve'd a
i-oi tie:-stone f ovu national phii
i'.-ophy If so then 'lie coui'ag.je
uss Hur.ganau Re tv. :.
wrong for it is better to ,-ufv
mu to tvmnn. .peacefully than
!> oppose it and perhaps 1 up--i
the n :stable pea. e of *nc MflS
flic hand- <>l (lie cluck move
Inexorably onward No lor.gei
(art the United States aft rd i
fit back and complin entljv pui puijoie
joie puijoie a foreign policy whi,.ii| c.o.'u c.o.'ulo
lo c.o.'ulo events but does little* In
see them.-No longer can he <)
|>rd to pursue a policyof | "wag "waging
ing "waging peace based or. tile iuuoi err
kssumption that be, 'iiisle we
denounced war as an insti|umeht
i. M foreign policy other tpt .
will do likewise Such' a ipolvcv
1 jeavt's the way opfen :* a ', ,v bi u
ial and unscrupulous govern
nent willing to run th.e disk *>f
i r. ' ; 1 :j
. President Eisenhower h.is just
won a staggering person!, inti
politic ai victory. He is in a posy
non to exercise the moral lead
ership which the world so jvvta'.ly
needs today,
In formulating the foreign po
I.* \ of the nation for thy next,
four years, the President should
not under-estimate the Amje-n*. ah.
people. He should remembt 1 *; that
'a them neither life no: pe.o e
art* worth the price of chains
and slavery. He should not fa:!
to understand that our lbve of
peace still does not overcothe our
passionate love of freedom;
that peat e. and in : . I
very are incompatible; and that
in order to have a lasting [peace
the world must be free i
For too long have we compro compromised
mised compromised our American ideajis and
principles of li ber ty and just lire
for all in our never-ending.j.strub never-ending.j.strubgle
gle never-ending.j.strubgle for security and world
peace -For ytoo long h.c c
< riminally deluded tin ij.pne
millions behind the Iron .durtain
with talk of a "!ihei a 1 ;or| u,
bey we are not prepared tj* sun-,
port. i.
The time foi agonize :
praisal.s has come We ; must
show the Soviet TTnion, the Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian people and the world
that "Liberty is mote than a
word to us and that wp arp wtl-
ling to risk even "war id se secure
cure secure freedom and justice for ill
he peoples of the earth
The risks which we villi niti
aie giave to he sure To flail to
take the risks might vrijl p; in inns
ns inns into that class of which) Ben
jam in Franklin spoke ween hr
said "They who would give up
essential liberty to put i ij a s
temporary safety deserve neither
liberty nor safety
Hipm a
TUES. & WED
Bigger Than Life
with
Barbara Rush
James Masion
Trouble With
Harry
wdh
Ed man Gw end
John For sight
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
Between Heaven
And Hell
Robert Wagner
Terry Moore
Seven Year Itch
with
Marilyn Monroe
!. Tom Ewell
SATURDAY
Three
Musketeers
' Lana Turner
Gene Kellv
Return of
Jack Slade
John Ericson
Marie Blarkard