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Hartmann Sees Peaceful Settlement in Middle East

DR. RICHARD HARTMANN. EXPERT ON INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
.... foresees no direct Russian intervention in the Suez

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newest
semi-weekly
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Volume 49, Number 19

Trianon
Taps Six |
Leaders
Coed Group Picks
Two Honoraries
For Membership
Six coeds and two honor honorary
ary honorary members were selected
for membership in Trianon,
womens honorary leader leadership
ship leadership fraternity, after an a 1 1-
nlg h t tapping ceremony ;
Wednesday morning.
One of the (highest honors a wo woman
man woman st|udent e <:an receive on the
campus, membership in Trianon is I
based n leadership, scholarship i
and service to the University. i
For the first time, no second se semester
mester semester seniors were tapped. Un-
der new ruled adopted by Trianon
last year applicants for member membership
ship membership must alsd have had a scholas- j
tic averjage* above the all-worn-j
en's average on trampus for the
proceeding seinester.
Those tapped and their major
field of! activity are as follows:
BARBARA BARNWELL. Ft
Uauderpale. organizations.
PEGGY CONKLING. Miami.
Womens Affairs.
MARCIA JERVIS. Miami Beach.
service.
SOOZIE KORSHAK. Miami
Beach, pomeh's' affairs.
KITTY MIMS, Gainesville, or- j
gamzations. I
PATSY REESE, Findlay. Ohio,
scholarship and intramurals.
\lso tapped were two honorary
members. Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz.
u-ife of the president of the I m-
versity. and Mrs. John Allen, wife j
of the vice-president. for their out outstanding
standing outstanding service to the University.
Parents May Claim
Items Jost or mislaid a the foot football
ball football game baby-sitting service can
be claimed at Student Government,
office in Florida Union. Betty;
Haines office secretary, says a
number of miscellaneous items,
pre unclaimed and she urges par parents
ents parents to stop by at their earliest
conveniejnce to pick up tost be
longings

sffking si PER student
Chest Kicks Off With S6OO

More than S6OO has been collect collected
ed collected in thh first three days of the
Campus Chest fund drive accord according
ing according to Scott Ashby, secretary of
solicitations.
The total isn't high. Ashby
said. 'But the percentage looks
g He udded that due Vo several
complications, the drive was a
little slow in getting underway, but
that it is now swinging into high
gear.
Dorm residents nave been con contacted
tacted contacted since Monday, and solic solicitations
itations solicitations began in the Placets Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night.
Ashbv emphasized that collec collections
tions collections are not being made at ran random
dom random "Bach solicitor has an as assigned
signed assigned arj?a for which he is res responsible.
ponsible. responsible. he said.
The workers have found coop cooperation
eration cooperation from students generally
good. Ashbv added, and manv
people seemed to like the idea of
the combined fund drive
Under the new system, eight dif different
ferent different charities .are grouped into
the one dihve. These are Cancer,
DISCUSSION SET
ON MIDDLE EAST
Alfred Dia.niant, political sci science
ence science professor, will discuss "The
t risis in The Middle East. in
the fi a School Auditorium at
g o'clock tonight. The program
is sponv>reil b> the Interuatinn
a I Student Organization and is
open to the public.


ms FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

Trianon Tapees and Honoraries
Trianon Wednesday tap|>ert coed and two honorary members into fall pledge claw*. Those
i selected for "the highest honor a Florida coed can receive"'are (fr*nt row. left to right). Mar Marsha
sha Marsha Jervis, Mrs. John Allen Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz and Barbara Branuell. Second rw. Sonri
Korshak, Kitty Mims, Pat Reeves and Peggy Conkling (Gator Photo.)

Peel Planning
three Editions
i Three editions of tile Orange
I Peel are scheduled next semester
jif the Board of Student Publics
; firms approves a budget submitted,
This week.
Editor Rdl Grayson yesterday
anViounced a second staff meet meeting
ing meeting in preparation for the first
1 issue planned "as early as poss possible
ible possible after the spring semester gets
l underway Grayson regrouped
this staff at a meeting Monday. j
The only Orange Peel published
j thisyear was banned from dis dis
dis tribution during Orientation Week
by the Board of Student Pitbii- j
cations A Student Government
committee headed by Tom Byrd
iis presently studying the future
of the humor magazine.
budget requesting funds for
! the publication was given the Pub Pub-1
-1 Pub-1 lictftions Board this week by Ed
White. business manager.
Grayson said he hoped the Board
would approve the budget to allow
formation of concrete plans' for
a February issue.

Polio. American Red Cross. Heart
! Fund. Tuberculosis. Crippled Chil Children.
dren. Children. Florida Farm Colony and
;World University Service. This is
the only donation students will be
i asktfb for during rhe year. Ashby
said.
"Two thousand letters have been
mailed to off-campus residents,'
i he said, "and another thousand
lor so will be sent out soon." These
lettets contain return envelopes
' jfor contributions and may be drop drop'
' drop' j ped either m the U. S. or campus
1 -V
mail/
Steve Hudson. IFC president,
's.ud that a pnposal was made be before
fore before the IFC that fraternities be
as*ed to make 100 per cent con con!
! con! tributions. The group took no ac ac,
, ac, lion on this, he emphasized, but
, members were asked to take the
, proposal back to their respective
jhouses
( In most cases this would be in
: ihe form of an assessment on the
! {fraternity members. Hudson said.
He* added that "most of them are
' not gbing along with the Idea."
! "I don't think the average fra fraternity
ternity fraternity man would want to be
forced to contribute in the fomi of
an assessment." Hudson stated.
'Charities are a very persona!
.thing, and a person should contri contribute
bute contribute because they want to. not be because
cause because they are forced to do *o
{ Their view is right.' Ashby

. - I ' **'-;
GAS CO-OP IN OPERATION
Films to Depict
UF Student Life
By PETE OSBORNE
Gator Staff Writer
With the Student Government gasoline co-op now underway, Pre.**-
ldent Fletcher Fleming yesterday revealed plans for a series of tele televised
vised televised movies which will portray University of Florida student life.

The gaa co-of), sponsored by
Student. Government and the Jun Jun
Jun for Class, opened Wednesday witn
a sale of more than 125 member-
S'
ships Indications early yesterday
forecasi topping Wednesday's
i mark as the plan under which.
'student members save five-cents
per gallon on gas purchases gain gained
ed gained interest.
; Discounts are given a; a NW
73th Street service station. On
purchases other than gasoline, 20
per cent reductions are offered.
Fleming said.

Fleming said 13 T\ films.
student produced in conjunction,
with the Communications School.

agreed. "Contributions should be
. voluntary."
Ashby said scrolls would be pie piesented
sented piesented to the fraternities which
showed a high percentage of eon
1: tributia.is.
Commuters pnd other students
whose addresses ar~ no; avail available
able available ran mail contributions or
stop by the Student Government
| Office.
I: Chairmen in en.arge of ollec ollec'
' ollec' lion areas are: George Summers,
. (forms: Jim Boyette, off campus;
Jim Thompson, F! avers: Danny 1
Meservp. fraternities; and Judy
Duensing. sororities Treasurer
for the drive is John Hammer

FOR CAMPUS TRAFFIC, PARKING VIOLATIONS
Eight Warrants Servedl Mare May Come Shuler

By LEE FENNEI.I,
Gator Staff \\ riter
Eight warrants have been
i, served to violators of the cam cam>
> cam> pus traffic and parking regula regulations
tions regulations according to A. I. Shuler.
i 1 chief of campus police,
i Six of the eight recipients paved
I the fine and were not required to
-jgo to court, the chief said The
iother. two indicated a desire to
f go to court.
. I offenders included two sac sac!
! sac! iilty members, two staff mem members.
bers. members. and four students.
-1 Under the present setup, people
jivho do not report campus tickets
'to the Student Traffic Court^dth Court^dthiin

By DAVE LEVY
Gator Assistant Editor
RimHa trtiJ probably not int-erven** diroy in ftve
Snet rrisls, mi expert in lnVrrnaAtona.l mlatlen* pre
dieted today.
Ir. Frederick H. Hartmann. profeasnr of pofttical
science, said he felt recent developments m the Sirsr
crisis "will resolve eventually into a peaceful settle settlement
ment settlement of all the problems Involved.
"The t hiteed Nations would never hate had to send tn
an urnasi force to the. area if It had not been for the
strained Israeli-Kgt ptmn relations and the determina determination
tion determination of Prime Minister Eden not to appease Nasser,
according to Hartmann.
* Be said that the British have had previous evpor
lence with appeasing "dictators, and that they werent
going to allow tbemselve* to he drawn into a similar
situation again.
Hartmann told the \ftigntor that before l*rae) at

University of Florida, Gainesville

will begin over WMRR hi Jack Jacksonville'
sonville' Jacksonville' the first, week in Jan January.
uary. January.
Included among film topics,
said Fleming, is general campus
life, student organizations, a gen general
eral general orientation to. the various col colleges.
leges. colleges. and other subjects covering
almost all parts of University of:
Florida student activity: The pro-
duction is being coordinated by
Jim Hicks, secretary of public
relations. Fleming said
- The 15-minute films will be edit edited
ed edited io produce one or more 30 min minutes
utes minutes showings for-slate television
stations and high si hools, Flem Fleming
ing Fleming said.
Vn Orange Peel report will
be presented by an Investigating
committee headed by Tom Byrd at
a Nov. 29 Executive Council meet meeting.
ing. meeting. the president said. The com committee
mittee committee was appointed to study' the
future of the humor magazine af after
ter after the Board of Student Publi Publi-1
-1 Publi-1 cations banned distribution of an
Orientation Week issue in Sep- 1
tember.
Plans aie being made, Flem Fleming
ing Fleming said, for the committee to.
discuss its report on Student Gov- 1
ernment s Wednesday night radio radioprogramowrWUF.
programowrWUF. radioprogramowrWUF. Though the.
i next broadcast is scheduled fori
|next Wednesday. Fleming said ef efforts
forts efforts were being made to post postpone
pone postpone the program one week to al allow
low allow the. (Committee's presentation.
Editor Bill Grayson this week
announced plans for publication of
three Peei issues next semester

iin Court^dthiin 72 hours are mailed a notice by
the campus police, Shuler said.
' This reminds the offender of
the ticket and gives him an ad additional
ditional additional +8 hours to report it," he
added.
If the ticket remains unheeded,
the city court issues warrants
which are then served by the cam campus
pus campus police. "Receivers of war war
- war rants are required to post cash
bond or go o city jail." the chief
said No signature bonds are ac accepted.
cepted. accepted.
The general operation of the stu stu-1
-1 stu-1 dent traffic court, is quite satisfac satisfaci
i satisfaci tory this year, according to A! Mil Milliar,
liar, Milliar, chief justice.

lacked Egypt, a (veacefnl solution the natlooltzaCtop
of the Nitez Canal was being resolved. "Nasser hart
great deal of respect front his people, ttnrl now, after
this British-French dri\e has failed, he will no doubt
emerge e'en stronger than before,**
Hartmann said he doubted Russia worid directly
Intervene n the Suer crisis "because a dictatorship
does not fight elsewhere until if* home situation le
tmder control.
"The situation in Hungary K still precarious be because
cause because Os a general strike which has spread throughout
the coiljntry. Besides this there is the problem of ferret
ing Russian troops across neutral territory In order
to reach the (anal Zone. Hartmann noted.
The expert in international affairs said that the
statement by President Eisenhower a few days ago
warning the Russians not to attack "was jttt about
the strongest statement you ran get tram the head of
a state without an official ultimatum to keep hands off."

Phi Eta Leaders
Gather for Convention

Lyceum Bringing
Steinbeck Show
Here Next Week
I
By SALLY K \TON
Gator Staff Writer
Broadway and Hollywod
i stars .(on.'-tance Bennett.
Tod Andrew-.. Frank Mc Mcjllujrh.
jllujrh. Mcjllujrh. and Robert Strauss,
iwill present scones from the
'work of tlie noted novelist
John Steinbeck Monday at
p.m. in the University
iAuditorium. This program
Its sponsored, by the Lyceum
Council.
j The presentation will include
j memorable highlights from "Chry "Chrysanthemums
santhemums "Chrysanthemums the Molly Morgan
.story from 'Pastures of Heaven,
'a re-ena< t men! of the Two tor a
Penny chapter from "Grapes of
.Wrath. together- with' -si 'ones
(from Os Mice and Men," "Burn "Burning
ing "Burning Bright." and other material
adapted for the concert stage.
The author writes in a contem contemporary
porary contemporary repor.torial style. In the
preface to one of his books, Stem Stembeck
beck Stembeck writes "The play-novelette
is a combination of many old
i forms, it is a play that is easy to
read or a short novel that can be
played simply by lifting out the
dialogue." In a sense, he needs
i no adaption to the stage.
' T4ie Best of Steinbeck. like
all selections,, must be rel&tiivd i
nn two people ever agreed onj |
the best of anything. So the peri
. formance is really a joint, effort,
the attempt not only of the ad adaptor,
aptor, adaptor, but the actors, and even
jvhe technicians, to hring baekfal-j
live some of the people and mo moments
ments moments from Steinbeck's books.
!
Drama Festival
Opens Here Today
Thirty-one high s< hoois in. the
state will be represented at the
(1956 high s-'hool dram 1 festival
1 at the University of Florida today
and tomorrow.
The festival will have two div divisions.
isions. divisions. one for oral leading and
lithe other piav production. Robert
L. Ciist. .director, ha- mnoun-eil
ls2 readers will be heard and 21
plays presented during the two
days.
: The festival opened ibis morn morning
ing morning with readings Discussions
;
' as well as plays critiques, and
lectures

I'm very satisfied," he said
"We've got most of the kinks iron-
led out now. and things are running
'along smoothly
Millar said there are probably
ja few more tickets this year than
for trie equivalent period in the
{past, but that the increase is not
notable.
However, he added that as the
.fines have been raised considerab considerabjly.
jly. considerabjly. the amount of money taken ;
in by the court is much higher
than m the past.
The proceedings at the court
sessions have become more form formal,
al, formal, Millar said. "We are striving

F Book Editor. Business Manager
Named to 1957 F Book positions l>\ the Publications Electoral
Board are lefp Osborne, led, editor, and (buck Ruffner, busi business
ness business manager. The appointments uere made for the first time by
the Electoral Board under a constitutional revision adopted last
spring. (Gator Photo by Bard.)
C -.
SELECTED BY BOARD
Osborne, Ruffner
To Captain F Book
Fete Osborne, journalism junior from Orlando, was named Editor
"of the 1957 F Book bv the publications electoral hoard Wednesday.

At trie same time, the Board
named Chuck Ruffner, accounting j
junior from Miami, Business Man-!
| iger of the publication.
Osborne, a former sports editor
of the Sanford Daily Herald, is
mow serving his fifth semesti
,on the Alligator staff. The 23-
; year-old veteran is a member of
Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity,
i Ruffner. a former circulation;
! manager and assistant business
|-manager of Uie Alligator, is assis assistant
tant assistant Business manager of the
Orange Peal and on the business
; Staff of the Seminole The new
' F Book Business Manager is a
member of Pi lambda Phi frater fratermty.
mty. fratermty.
The new Editor was selected
ifrom among four apple an's tor
; the position The one other appli applicant
cant applicant foi business manager also
applied for editor.
The selection marked the first
time the officials of the F 'Book
'were picked bv the publications
board. Previously selected in the the'.fall
'.fall the'.fall student body elections, thev
| are now chosen according to the
, method set forth in the new con constitution
stitution constitution passed last spring.
In discussing his plans for the
1 957 F Book. Osborne said he in intends
tends intends to keep the same basic for fori

for simplicity and accuracy at the
3ame time.
One of the inovalions is that the
chief justice now presides at all
sessions. In the past, the deputy
justice handled every other meet meeting
ing meeting of the court..
The "new and entirely different
system of traffic and parking
regulations requires that someone
be at the meeting who is familiar
with the proceedings of the last
session and current changes in
policy. Millar said.
The clerk also attends all ses sessions.
sions. sessions. The justices alternate, three
at each meeting.
The number of case* brought
*

Thi*. itM hke t-h*' Korean ultimhon.'' Mirtnirw*
riimn)pnil. TTii* Hnw. doe* rx>t have com
man frontier ml they would he dlnwtl.i fighting !0
Inited Nation* troov**. "I d<*ihi *f *he> rc.ll> would
Hartmann did rxt fore-We the pn**.tbilttx of Rat'a
supplying f-C)T< and her *JMe* with arm* amt material,
however. He suggested that indirect pnrth ipotion tn th thconflict
conflict thconflict might be more tn R***ta' liking
Hartmann noted that the Internal conflict* In Ihrtv
gary an 'Hungary ha* gone much further in tie determination
to break jooNe from the Kremlin, and this is significant
because both oOonfriet* detest the Russians However,
sinee abojut one-third of Polish territory is actually in
l.aM Germany the PoUw are at a disadvantage.
Hartmann predicted that eventually a 1 ito like < out
munist regime would he itp in Hungary. He said he
would not doubt it Tito himself interfered and napiest
e<| Russian troop* In withdraw from the country.

i fori mat of the handbook Hy-' planned
(changes include the addition of a
'complete index in the back of the
book and index tabs for easy!
reference.
Osborne. added that he nope* to
make the F B f ok usefjl to stu students.
dents. students. and something they will re-
: fer to throughout the year He said
|he wanted to get away com ptih-
lishing a book that freshmen dis dis!card
!card dis!card after orientation week
The electoral board consists of
Chairman John Paul J mes. Dr. |
Eleanor Bode Browne. Dr, Karl
: Kras tin. Dr Rib. Boil-- Don.
Bacon. John Heirlihy and Bob
Ohalorn, members of the Board of!
Student publics t i on s: Fletcher:
Fleming, president of the student
, body, and Walt Mattson chancel chancellor
lor chancellor of the Ho-nor Court I
REITZ RECEPTION
SET FOR SUNDAY
I)r. and Mrs. Reitz will he at
home to student leaders at 1
o'clock Sunday afternoon, ''lore
than 100 student body officials
have he c n invited to the get getacquainted
acquainted getacquainted des,srrt with the
president and his wife.

before the bi weekly meetings of
the court is fewer this year, ac acrording
rording acrording to Millar. "Only about 20
or 2S are usually there," jhe said.
One of the more recent changes
iin traffic policy. Millar said, is
the lifting of reserve area restric restrictions
tions restrictions at 3 p.m. instead of five.
This means that restricted areas
of campus are open daily at that
time.
The tape recording of court ses sesijsions
ijsions sesijsions will be attempted at the next,
.meeting. Millar said. The(;e tapes
.will be kept for two months, and
Iwill be used during that (time in
the event t' at a person wants to
appeal his case.
I

serving
11,000 students
In university
of fiorida

Friday, November 16, 1956

National Head,
Other Officers
Address Group
Over Id* student and
(faculty leaders from across
the nation are jioiv for the
Phi Eta Sifrnia convention
'tliis weekend.
The bi-annual gathering of the
I honorary scholastic fraternity will
( lose tomorrow
. Delegates, who took pvt tn op
1 ening ceremonies yesterday w:!f
| have a full schedule of activities
i today and tomorrow.
1 The opening business session ;in
I the Florida Union at 9 h-t m.-today
will he presided oyer b\' De t; C
M. Thompson. University of 1,11
nois, national president and only
living founder of the organization
Vice President Harley Chandler
1 will welcome delegates on behalf
of the University pi Florida;.
Reports will he heard from na national
tional national officers G Herbert Smith,
| Willamette University, vice..presi vice..president
dent vice..president : James Foy. Auburn, sei re rejtary:'
jtary:' rejtary:' R. R. Glos, Miami Uniter Uniter!
! Uniter! slty, treasurer; M L: Warden,
University of Oklahoma, histor historian;
ian; historian; and Paul I, Trtfmp,. Uni Uni
Uni versify of Wisconsin, editor of The
; Forum /./"
After committee meetings the
conception luncheon is scheduled
for 12.15 this afternoon in ice Kin Kindent
dent Kindent Service Center. Penn R C.
Beaty, faculty advisor of the lo local
cal local chapter, will preside. 1
Speaker will he Dean Emeritus
Scott H Goodnight, past grand
president r>l Phi Pita Sign:
Student delegates will meet! with
members of the executive O'Vnfnit O'Vnfnittee,
tee, O'Vnfnittee, Arno Nowotny. University of
Texas, and Fred H. Turner Uni-,
versify of Illinois presiding
At the same time, faculty advis advisors
ors advisors will meet in the Union.
Convention activities wil! move
to the new auditorium: of the J.
Hillis Miller Health Center at -i 3
for a model initiation conducted by
.University of Florida efiaptpr-of efiaptpr-officers.
ficers. efiaptpr-officers.
Along with 12 I F first yeas stu students
dents students who made better than'a 3 5
honor point average, three faculty
(members will be initiated.
They are Dean H trip Charid Charidi
i Charidi ler, vice president foi a.raritern,ic
affairs, Dean Stan PI Wimberlv,
assistant de-.n of the Colie;:> if
Arts and Sciences and president
of Phi .Beta Kappa her. and'Bill
Rion, "rectoi of the Plorida. .Un .Union.
ion. .Union. They were selected in *-.ig *-.ignition
nition *-.ignition for dedication and service
to scholarship and student
I Conducting the initiation i.ere i.ere'
' i.ere' monies will he Dan H-'icke! . ! advisor; Bob Graham, p resident.;.-
Hvatt Brown, vice president V,
vih McKinley, secretary Bob
Kreirner, treasure! r> Ue i t jr.i jr.i-mling,
mling, jr.i-mling, pharmacy; Shep Le.-~>-r
and Buddy Alday
Prior to the initiation ceremon ceremonies.
ies. ceremonies. delegates will tour he new
medical center facilities.
The convention banquet Ls a aduled
duled aduled for T pm. tcaught in the
Hub with Dean Thompson chief
speaker. Toastmaster willbe Dean
Nowotny.
Bob Graham. UF chapter presi president.
dent. president. will welcome the students
Plnlertainment is also scheduled
featuring John Tillof.son's music,
Don Vining, and others
The convention will close Satur.
i day morning with committee re reports,
ports, reports, election of national officeis
and final business. A luncheon 'will
follow in the Student Service Cen Center,
ter, Center, officially dosing the conven convention.
tion. convention. k



FLORIDA FIELD AT 8 P.M. j
Florida Frosh Play
Tulane Tomorrow

By KEN SHLR
Gator Sports Writer
Florida'* freshman football team
makes it* only home appearance
of the season tomorrow when it
plays host to the frosh gridders
of Tulane under the lights of Flor Florida
ida Florida Field at 8 p.m.
The Baby Gators have won a
game and lost a game and will j
try to over the 500 mark to tomorrow]
morrow] tomorrow] in their final contest.
The fifosh defeated Auburn's redj
shirts 25-13 in the season opener |
Gators Rask 12th
In National Survey
After 28-0 Victory
Florida has moved up to twelfth
on the Associated Press national j
poll and fourteenth on the United
Press phll after swamping Geor Georgia
gia Georgia last week,, 28-0.
Prior to the galme with the Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs th Gators were thirteenth
with the AP and eighteenth with
UP. Florida received two first
place votes on the AP rating
Listed ahead of the Gators with
Associated Press are Tennessee,,
Oklahoma, Michigan State, Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Tech. Texas A&M, Ohio State,
lowa. Miami, Syracuse, Michigan,
and Oregon State.
Besides the teams listed above.
Southern California and Navy are
ranked ahead of Florida in the UP
poll.
The national Rankings indicate
that the Gators meet two of th*
top ten teams in the country in
their final two' outings. Florida
plays Georgia Tech, rated fourth
by the AP and fifth by the UP.
a week from tomorrow in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville.
On Dec. 1 the Gators play host
to Miami, listed eighth by the AP
and tenth by the UP.

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.at Auburn, ami two weeks ago
j 1 ropped a 27-13 decision to t'ne
! Baby Hurricanes of the University
jof Miami in a game played at
Miami.
Injuries Plague Team
A wave of injuries has hurt
coach Charlie Tate's charges,
! who will be without the services
tomorrow of three regular start- tl
ers.
i I
Center Bill Hood is lost to the
j team for the season with a leg
injury and halfbacks Jack West-:
j brook and Dick Podeyn are on
j the doubtful list.
j Tackle Roger Seals has moved
I over to center to replace Hood.!
| Allen MacCariee will fill in for
i Westbrook Podeyn is listed av i
| starter tomorrow but it is'
| doubtful that he will sec much ac ac-1
-1 ac-1 tion.
i Hank Midden, younger brother
of varsity tackle Ray Midden, will
i start in Seals' place at left tackle, j
j Five captains will lead the fresh- i
men during tomorrow's encounter. !
They are: end Dave Hudson, tac tackle
kle tackle Charles Rush, guard Asa Cox.,
quarterback Wayne Williamson
and fullbailc Sonny "Freight]
Train" Giles
Greenies Lost Onp
j Little is known about the Tulane
; squad, except that it has lost its
onlv game of the season, to a
highly-regarded Alabama crew,!
55-13. After Florida the Grcenies
meet their traditional rival, tne
Louisiana State frosh.
The Baby Gators powerful
rushing attack has netted almost
500 yards in two games. Leading
ground-gainers are Giles, Podeyn
and Westbrook. The latter gained i
over 100 yards against Auburn.
Florida's starting lineup:
Hudson, left end. Pat Patchen.
right end; Midder. left tickle.
Bush. right tackle; Cox, left guard;
Vic Miranda, right guard: Seals,
j center; Williamson quarterback;
I Podeyn, left halfback. Mac Ca Car-1
r-1 Car-1 f tee, right halfback; Giles, full-
I back.

Phi Taus r Betas,
Theta Chi Lead
Blue Gridders
By JULES LIPP
Gator Sports Writer
Phi, Kappa Tau, Beta Theta Pi,
and Theta Chi are leading their
respective brackets as the second
w-eek of Blue League flag football
came to a close.
Phi Kappa Tau all but clinched
bracket one by downing 'Phi Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Phi Wednesday. The win left
the Uhi Taus with a 2-0 record, the
other win coming over Phi Gam Gamma
ma Gamma Delta.
Beta Theta Pi has all but won
bracket two, mauling both Delta
Sigma Phi and Phi Sigma Kappa
I by large scores,
Theta Chi remains the only un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten team in bra eke I three. one
victory away from the crown. A
j close win over Chi Phi and a vic vicj
j vicj tory over Delta Chi accounts for
the Theta Chi's 2-0 record.
In bracket one on Monday, Phi
. Kappa Tau ran over Phi Gambia
'Deita, 25-0, holding them for
no gain on first downs. Milikin
j and Cornelius both scored for the
| winning Phi Tans.
| The Phi Taus racked up their
1 second straight victory by d6wn d6wn:
: d6wn: ing : the bracket leading-Pi Kaps,
24-20, Wednesday. In a hard fought
! contest, Pi Tau came from be be]
] be] hind in the second half to hand
Phi Kappa Phi. its first loss.
Thu Kappa Epsilon forfeited to
j Pi Kappa Phi. Monday, .and again
' to Alpha Epsilon Phi Wednesday,
to leave the TKEs with three con consecutive
secutive consecutive losses.
Beta Theta Pi ran over Phi Sig Sig]
] Sig] ma Kappa 43-0 in a seven touch-
I down splurge Tuesday. The power powerful
ful powerful Betas were also rough on de defense,
fense, defense, holding the Phi Sigs to one
i first down.
Sigma Alpha Mu won over Delta
Sigma Phi by virtue of a forfeit
Monday, but dropped an overtime
! contest to PSK by two yards with
the score tied 12-12.
In brarket three's onlv game
this week. Theta Chi held Delta
Chi to one first down in a 27-0
j victory. Ray Scholl led Theta Chi
' while hitting for two touchdowns.
: The remaining rounds and play playoffs
offs playoffs will be played after Thanks Thanksj
j Thanksj giving with the final slated for
Dec, 8.

Howell BoneyNamed to SEC Checklist
j
Howell Boney Florida's chunky (5-B, 185 lbs.) ttimille-. of dv
narnite at left guard, was named by the A,ssoeiated Press to 1
the Southeastern, Conference checklist after his brilliant defen defensive
sive defensive performance against Georgia Saturday. Iloncy, a junior,
plays l>ehind senior Bob Voslob at his position,

SN, KS, SAE Unbeaten
In Orange Football

By BI DDY HAYDEN
Gator B|>ort-s M riter
Sigma Alpha. Epsilon, Kappa
Sigma anti Sigma Nu continued
on their undefeated ways this week
to hold the Orange League flag
football spotlight.
SAE aniti Kappa Sigma are both
undefeated in bracket one play
with 3-0 slates, and the winner of
the bradtjet will probably be tie
cided Monday k when the two pow powers
ers powers meet,
i A
Sigma ?ju has had clear sailing,
and will [take the bracket two
crown providing they win then fin
t al game. In the event that the
Snakes should lose to Sigma Chi
and Sigma Phi Epsilon wins Us
final game against Phi Delta The Theta
ta Theta on Tuesday, the SPEs and the
! Snake wiljl "play-off for. the brac braci
i braci ket crown]
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, leading 6-

iJ) at tiie half, downed Ft Lamb
da Phi 12-6 last Thursday Skeeter
j-McGowen and Dick MoC'otter
scored for the SAEs while Dick
Toister passed -to Bob Rader man
for the Pi Dam score.
Tuesday afternoon SAD defeat defeated
ed defeated Delta Tati Delta, 19-13, as At Atkins,
kins, Atkins, Stinson and Peacock scored
for the Dionmen. Prticsi scored all
of the Delts' points.
Kappa Sigma dal 'til of its scor scoring
ing scoring in the first halt to set down
Delta Tiiu Delta 20-6 last Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. On Tuesday the Kappa Sigs
extended their winning streak by
defeating Id Kappa Alpha 24-19.
Sigma Nil continued in winning
form as it took games from Sig-.
ma Phi Epsilon- 25-13. Kappa Al Alpha
pha Alpha 32-12. and Alpha Tau Omega
, 26-13
Crosby Few was the big gun tm
i the Snakes in all of the games.
Against the KAs he passed for four
touchdowns to boost his total for
the season to seven, one more
than Dick Toister of Pi Dun.
In the Alpha Tau Omega game,
, the Snakes struck hac k with three
1 second half TDs to overcome a
T-6 deficit.
Sigma phi Epsilon stretched its
i record to 31, and took the
: runner-up slot in bracket two,
passing Kappa Alpha 13-7, and up upsetting
setting upsetting Sigma Chi 12-0 Wednesday.
Phi Delta Theta ruined Sigma
Chi's chances for any honors as it
defeated them 20-13. The Phi Delts
led all the way and added one
score to a 13-7 halftime lead.
In other action this week a key keyed
ed keyed up Pi Lou team passed Tau
Epsilon Phi 30-0 on four touch touchdown
down touchdown passes bv Dick Toister and
an interception by Fred Wasser Wasserman
man Wasserman to make its record 2-1.
Pi Kappa Alpha squeezed by
TKP via the first down route as
the two teams played to a 6-6
deadlock.
- The Orange League finals will
be held after Thanksgiving. The
: next (Sports are tennis and shuffle shuffleboard.
board. shuffleboard. Drawings will be held Tues.
Nn\ 27 Play begins Dec. 3 in ten tennis.
nis. tennis. and Dec. 4 in sbuffleboard

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4 p m. Field 1 KS vs PDF
Field 2, SAK vs. TFT
Field 3 PKA vs DTD
Tue Nov. 30
4 oo pm. Field 3 ATT), vs. KA
Field t PDT vs SPE
Field 5 SN vs. SX
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Field 5-PKP vs. PCD
Field 6 ADR vs. PSK
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Field 2 TX' vs LX A
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UF Harriers
VieforTitle
In Atlanta
The Florida'cross-country team,
six members strong, journevs to
Atlanta Sunday to prepare sot the
defense 1- soli stern Con Conference
ference Conference title in the SEC champion championships
ships championships Monday morning.
The harriers who have won one
dual meet, lost two, and tied one.
share the crown with Atfburn. The
six Gators in the meet will be
team captain Bob O'Dare, Larry
White. Jim Dad. David Jones.
Richard Neal and, Fred Martin
The championships will he run
over a 4.4 mile course with half
a dozen Conference schools parti participating
cipating participating Top threats to van the
race, according to Florida coat h
j Walter Welsch, are Ed Murphv of
Tennessee. Ellswo: ;h Ri ntci of
Auburn, and O'Dai e
Murphv finished second in the
; championship las!- year ami P.:: le leer
er leer placed fourth ODare, though
only a sophomore at the time, fin finished
ished finished fourteenth, and is exp*, ted
to show great improvement from
last year Weisi'h misses the sei sei;
; sei; vices of Dan .'Gagnon, who gradu graduated
ated graduated after winning, the event in .55
The Gator mentor noted that de despite
spite despite his squad's mediocre re ord
it has an excellent i banco to re recapture
capture recapture the title.
'Although, we haven't got out outstanding
standing outstanding men like Gagnon now. our
team is consistent and all our boys
should finish in the' top fifteen or
so. That should be good enough to
win, or at least, conye close
Harriers Tie Miami
In a return match with the Uni University
versity University of'Miami Monday at Mi Miami
ami Miami Bob O'Da re Took first place
but the Gators had to settle for a
2>'-2K tie. After be ng in se ond
, place all the way. Jim Dad stum
bled from exhaustion in the final
moments and could finish no better
than tenth. Had he finished any
higher Florida would have won.
The freshman team defeated
Hurricane frosh, 21s3 s Jack Huerj Huerjnekens
nekens Huerjnekens led the winner .with a
time of 12 00.0 over an abbreviat abbreviated
ed abbreviated course.
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play slated to begin Mon. Nov.
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PIGSKIN PROGNOSTICATORS
4 -+ '
Schmidt Sees Ole Miss, Colgate,
Clemson and Yale in Upset Wins

f
Stu Rlumherg
Don Schmidt
By STV BLI MRERG
Gator F orea st|,-r
W ith the nationally Tanked Gr Grtors
tors Grtors idle this week it's a good
- nne to take a look at the rest of
in; nation to see what s happening
I The post-reason bowl teams are
' start mg to line up w;th Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee heading the group.. Miami and
Texas a & M will not be able to
participate because bt \'CAA pro probations,
bations, probations, leaving some Jowls wide
open.
All in all. if ,-n important week
end, so ie' s gazp into ->ur crystal
.-yowi".
Arkansas over SMI renewed
Ide for ("o'ton bid
Pitt over Army Panher claws
ire sharp
Miami over deni son no bowl
hurts
Syrat *se ovei Colgate top
team in tlu Fast is Southbound
Miss Southern over FSF could
be an Upset here.
Illinois over Wisconsin Woodson
the difference
lowa over Ohio Si smell those
ruses. 1
Miss State over LSI Stacey
more than the-Tigers cm handle
Mu lagan S' over Minnesota
who knows?
Tennessee over Mississippi
much as 1 hate to see the Vdls
win .
Notre Dame over No,rtf Carolina
- Irish tired of getting pushed
around
Princeton over Tale for the Ivy
,flp
TC'U over Texas What's with
hf* Krosrs?
Van ..set up..set

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Fighting spirit, hard, clean pia'
i land an intense desire to win ha- <
Vaulted the Oatois mm national
irecognition. Strange, but I hear no
[wolves calling for Bob Woodruff
' ontrart, !' ,
i |;
There's no game this week, and
iyir varsity gridders get n deer\
ri rest, but we'll go ahead and
, .Hck'.e the games for the rest of
. he nation ...
| Arkansas o\@r SMU F.a
packs are revamped
' Pi'TU o\ er Arni v Cakes meo* a
luff-brie
1 ;
CleJnsim over Miami go jKri
I Wells
! over Syracuse Red
Raiders won't need 46
* [ Mis-s Southern over FSI! Sein Seinipoies
ipoies Seinipoies aren't playing Furman
Illinois over Wisconsin Badgers
1 have a rough season
lowa over Ohio State State
wont do it
LSI over Miss State rt has to
Happen some ttm*
i Michigan State over Minnesota
skv'irtiins have lost but one
Mississippi over Tennessee up up.
. up. 4;. 1 HOPE!
, Notre Dame over North Carolina
| finally .
Yale over FrinrCon Roola!
| Roola
TCU over Texas Longhoj^s,
hfv r their troubles t^B
Tulare over Vanderbilt Gj^D
. ins gra b ore



m FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

Page 4

Editorials Fridey, November 16, 1956

It s a Good Team Anyway

Wouldn't you know it! Florida final finally
ly finally gets a nationally ranked football
team, and we cant go to a post-season
bowl game
Last spring when the National Collegi Collegiate
ate Collegiate Athletic Association slapped a two
\ ear probation on Florida for providing
travel expenses for prospective high
,'ch'ool athletes, no one worried to much
because apparently the Gators would
not be bowl game material in- 1956 any anyway.
way. anyway.
Now with six victories, a tie and a
loss Florida probably would be in top
contention for the Gator Bow l if they
win one of the remaining two games.
But, of course, because of the probation,
Florida will go to a bowl garnet .eith .either
er .either this year of next. We thought the
NCAA would Hft its ban on Florida at

Sportsmanship Needed in Intramurals

The 'much-missing" school spirit,
object of a Student Government com committee
mittee committee search, is not amiss on the intra intramural
mural intramural athletic field. Obviously the
"school spirit rounds into fraternity
Spirit and good-judgement is tossed to
winds in the heat of flag-football battle.
This unfortunate. Intramurals are
an integral part of University activity.
Competition is well organized, officiat officiating
ing officiating has been in the main of a : high
quality, attendance at the football
games has been good and the athletic
field i* an excellent place for outlay
of study-tempered energies.
But when arms are used to weild-fly weild-flying
ing weild-flying fists rather than the football, the

The Orange Peel Has Company

In September when the Alligator pre predicted
dicted predicted the death of the Orange Peel as
we know it, we cited examples of other
college humor magazines which recently
have met similar fates
Since that time several more pf the
clingers-ori to a bygone college era have
been dropped or radically reformed
throughout the nation. Most notable to
us was the Alabama Rammer Jammer,
for years granddaddy of lowigrade
college humor. Recently we noticed the
Rammer Jammer had been replaced by
a lily-white magazine-type publication
which has not met with wide acceptance
at Alabama.
A couple ot weeks ago the Board of
Student. Publications at Syracuse voted
to call in the editor of the Syracusan,
another of the dying humor magazines,
requesting that he show cause for pub publication
lication publication of future Syracusans;
The board said that his last publica publication
tion publication for the most part was not in good
taste and could not be read in mixed
company.] Sound familiar?
The September issue of the Syracusan
apparently used a religion theme as butt
of some of its humor as well as a pre predominance
dominance predominance of sox. This, of course, drew drewfire
fire drewfire from the campus religious centers
and the universitys administration.
So it appears the Syracusan will .soon
join the ranks of the Orange Peel and
so many others of its type that appar apparently
ently apparently arc no longer wanted on a college
tarnpug. f

('a.rtooniM .Ieto Br> an was doodling on a Campus Club
tahlctop this wk w hen the abo\e offering escaped his
irresponsible pen. Too good to throw away, he brought the
table to the Alligator office where one and all were stump
e their table hack we made the engraving and are leaving
the caption up to .you. Enclose a winning caption in an
envelope addressed to the Alligator. Florida l nion, with
yosir name and address, and you will he awarded two
pasM's to the local cinema and great fame. Deadline, post
marked or otherwise, is Nov. 33. Winner made known in
the following Alligator. Consolation prize is six Togo bin
' tons, all in good condition.
1 4- 1,-

its meeting yesterday, but such was not
the case.
Instead the powerful policy directing
body added' to its list North Carolina
State, Ohio State, Southern California and
( the University of California. In addi addition
tion addition it refused to consider suspension of
probation for ranked Miami and Texas
A & M
Wf have no gripe with the NCAAs
malpractice crackdown of these big bigtime
time bigtime football schools, Florida included.
In fact we regret that the regulation
enforcement did not' come a few years
earlier. ,
Anyway, Florida has a good team this
year, called by some the best in his history.
tory. history. if we can beat either Georgia Tech
or Miami, it will have been a successful
season, and who cares about a bowl.
J,

activity is out of hand. And such has
occurred on several occasions this
week.
Before someone is needlessly injured,
participants should re-evaluate motives
for playing intramural sports.
From the fraternal stand-point, intra intramurals
murals intramurals enhance group prestige, but not
if the result is a rough-neck, helter helterskelter
skelter helterskelter sort of activity. From the indivi individual
dual individual participants view, playing is heal healthy
thy healthy and constructive, unless the result is
a needlessly broken or bloodied nose
extended by an ill-tempered opponent.
Lets lay aside petty bickering and
wrongly unpent emotions and derive the
true \ allies from energetic, clean comp competition.
etition. competition.

To reiterate our feeling on the death
of the Peel, we quote from an Alligator
editorial written on Sept. 14. 1956. the
day- the Orange Peel was killed by ad administrative
ministrative administrative pressure on the Board of
Student Publications
. College humor magazines have
outlived their usefulness. In the past sev several
eral several years the one time famous student
humor outlet has been dropped by the
wayside. Some, and the Orange Peel was
amoni these, fought the change in pub public
lic public attitude, grasping onto a gayer, devil devilmay-care
may-care devilmay-care era that has long-since ended.
College jokes that the nation laugh laughed
ed laughed at two decades ago, are no longer
funny, they are dirty and vulgar. Such
is human fickleness.
Well not attempt to discuss here,
the pros and cons of the Orange Peel.
Well concede that jokes based on sex
are of basic humor (because it is much
easier to smile at something you dare
not discuss seriously). We concede that
because sex and all it connotes is dis distasteful
tasteful distasteful to a sizeable minority, the
Orange Peel has hurt the University both
in prestige and in financial appropria appropriations
tions appropriations from the state legislature. We con concede
cede concede that students in an institution of
higher learning should not wallow in
the same sex jokes that stimulate the
ignorant.
For the reason that so many do ob object
ject object to material contained in the Orange
Peel and because it is evident such ob objection
jection objection hurts the University, we, there therefore,
fore, therefore, fall in with those believing the
Orange Peel should be killed. The trou trouble
ble trouble it causes is not worth fighting for."'

BECKY'S COLUMN
Chivalry Died with Knighthood, Alas

Bv BECK 3 GREER
Gator Assistant Editor,
Chivalry, as defined by Web Webster,
ster, Webster, died with knighthood. The
knightly trait of respectful and
courteous behavior, especially in
dealings with the opposite sex
has supposedly lived on.
Behavior typical of the ideal
knight is about as common on
this campus as the boys in shin shining
ing shining armor themselves.
I am not advocating a return
to the days of
King \rthur.
-* 1 p
'ess b'-'-rs
perched on
'heir e d e estale
stale estale and sur-
veved a .scene
of swooni n g
swains hurling gMKv'
and plume plumetrimmed
trimmed plumetrimmed gar-
ments into the
mud to protect milady's dainty
feet from a spec of dust.
This would be about as bad as
the "buddy-girl system of
"Let's ,-match to see who goes
first. and "if you want to sit
down, go find your own Chair."
However, there must be a hap happv
pv happv medium somewhere between
the two extremes.
Accented etiquette for ?hc
male of the species falls into
two classifications. In the # irs?
group are those with a rather
doubtful origin, which'serve little
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IVORY TOWER
Football Schedule Not for Students

By AJL Ql hXTEI.
Gator Editor K merit tu
The business of football, Flor Florida
ida Florida style, belongs to the alumni
and the general public, not to the
University and certainly not to
the student.s. ;
Whether ,this is right' or
wrong isj a question apart
from this fact, and the Ameri American
can American institution of college foot football
ball football undoubtedly is for the alum alumni
ni alumni and ticket-buying fans at al almost
most almost every other school also.
how much \
emphasis foot- %
hall gets, who
They arc
ones who ENTEL
make the gate receipts and the
contributions for scholarships
and other funds that make ttje
game possible. And as m any en entertainment
tertainment entertainment business, the aud audience
ience audience decides what shows rt will
see.
* +
Florida's games in the Gator
Bowl are indicative of the alumni
fan influence in saying where the
games are played. Jacksonville
fans, who rnake a big production
of it. like two Florida games a
year in the Gator Bowl, and gen generally
erally generally get them Next year, how however,
ever, however, only : the Geot'pi ;t game
ha* thus far been scheduled
there.
Miami also tried to get into
the act. and only a UM mono monopoly
poly monopoly on the Orange Bowl is hold holding
ing holding Florida bark from schedul scheduling
ing scheduling one game per year, other
than the Miami contest, in the
magic city.
The Athletic Association tries

PETE OSBORNE
The Honor System Depends on You...

R> PETE OSBORNE
Cator St-aft Writer
The Honor Court is making a
conscientious effort to raise and
maintain a degree of student in interest
terest interest and bielief in the honoi
system. To aid in such a task,
Chancellor Walt Mattson ha haappointed
appointed haappointed a committee headed
by Jim Hicks to study and eva evaluate
luate evaluate problems confronting ho honor
nor honor code (effectiveness.
Faculty Advisor to the com committee
mittee committee is Dr William Fox of the
business administration school
Dr. Fox served in the like capa capacity
city capacity last year.

purpose other than to show the
training of the man and his re respect
spect respect for women. Those of the
second type have more prac practical
tical practical purposes.
\ I though those in the latter
category are certainly more im important.
portant. important. rione of them deserve
the oblivion they seem to
have fallen into on this cam
pus.
Empty and perfunctory ex expressions
pressions expressions of courtesy are. as
far as I'm concerned, about as
useful as a blanket in Hell and
equally as well apreciated. A
"thank you that has to be so solicited
licited solicited is better left unsaid
However, if a person wishes
to show respect or make an im impression.
pression. impression. in fact, if he even cares
what coeds in general think of
him. he will always walk on
the outside, rise when a girl
enters the room, let women
precede him through a door,
etcetera etcetera, etcetera
/'Apparently, many students
hav e no desire to show respect
or' make an impression, and
have no interest in what coeds
think of them, for these "proper'
forms of behavior are becom becoming
ing becoming the exception rather than
the rule
Even more deplorabie is the
fact that the more realistic and
practical courtesies are also ig ignored.
nored. ignored. Even though women are
no longer the frail helpless crea creatures
tures creatures of a bygone era. thev

lo set about four games per sea
son for Florida Field. Business
Manager Percy Beard says ary
more th-yi that, such as the five
here this season, exceeds the op optimum,
timum, optimum, because people don't like
to come to Gainesville that many
times.
Gator Bowl games result in
about the same or more revenue
than Florida Field games, on the
average, also.
For the students, Gainesville
games are of course the most
popular. But then the students
don't have too much to say n
this matter; they only hope tha
when the alumni groups around
the-state get all they want there
will be some left for Florida
Field.
Students object to the ( row cl cling
ing cling at the gates and passages of
the east stands which makes get
ting in or out an ordeal. Coach
Beard says students have fore
their number proportionally as
many gates as the west stands,
and congestion in getting in
could be relieved by students
renting earlier. But it could also
be alleviated by more gates and
passageways.
Dissatisfaction is also voiced
bv students about having to par
the $9 athletic fee. for a foot football
ball football card that can't be trans
ferreri The Athletic Associat Association
ion Association feels a free license to )e;
anyone use the student cards
would result in an important
loss in regular sales.
The Association would pi oh
ably be just as happy if the
the fee were eliminated and
students had to buy tickets. This
.:s an alternative that should
be considered, especially as foot footbecome
become footbecome more and more for the
alumni.
But as long as there are a r
least four Florida Field games,
the fee system is probably,
cheapest for most students

The committee is investigating
possibilities of producing a mo
vie which might replace on onpremises
premises onpremises orientation to enter
mg students as well as forecast |,
to high school students the Uni University
versity University of Florida honor system
One of the problems facing the
ommittee and the Honor Court
is a means of wiping out stu student
dent student hesitancy toward reporting
a cheating suspect. In a survey
conducted last year among l ?
7RS students only 30 per cent of
those who had witnessed cheat
mg reported the incident to the
Honor Court. Another 20n *tu

; nave a right to expect occasion
al treatment as the "fair sex.
We should not have to strug
gle with a heavy cafeteria door
which some he-man let fly in
our face. We should not have to.
climb over a steering wheel and
slide across a car seat just be
cause the "stronger sex" is too
lazy to open both doors of his
automobile. We should not have
to struggle to don a raincoat
with a load of books under orif
arm, while men (and I us* the
erm loosely) stand back and
snicker Nor should we have to
spend uneasv hours balancing
on high heel shoes while more
comfortably dressed males
slouch in the only easy chairs
We shouldn't ha\> k* do an.'
of these things, but we often do
I don't mean to imply that
all college boys are rude and
uncouth monsters. Nor are all
>oeds both deserving of and re
sponsive to polite behavior. Bu
he few campus gentlemen who
epitomize correct behavior arj?
well apreciated both of them;
Some of our masculine friends
will argue, of course, that coeds
don't want or expect chivalrij chivalrijtreatment.
treatment. chivalrijtreatment. W e all like it. how however,
ever, however, even though we do some sometimes
times sometimes jump the gun and open a
car door rather than run the risk
of the embarassing wait sot
he little man who never comes
Chivalry is dead, but it is t-ime
:o revive its logical aftermath
common courtesy

From a detached [>mt nl vie"
it* a truly curibus thing that
olleges would get into the foot
ball business. It .seems quite ?
consistent with the general pui
poses of a university, as our own
administration has described
ours, namely teaching research
and extension, to run such a g
gigaittiv entertainm e n t ente;
pnse.
One of the most pleasing thing
about Floridas phenomenal year
.is that Coach Woeiruff's
tics of a year ago are eating
< row, and are generalh happ
to do so
The \.inmng -heak has al.-n
worked to help President Reitz
in his elation v.vib the student*.
Anti-administration sentim n t
has subsided to a degree iaige
ly because attention to food ser
vice, the traffic plan. Orange,
i Peel ban and other grievance*
has been eclipsed bv elattot elattotover
over elattotover football
* .*
Vnd while on the general Mih
iet:t. the Student Govcrnme*
"spirit committee." whateve*
it does, is good for -son, !aug
First of all, as events show, no
thing was v rong with student studentlrodv
lrodv studentlrodv spirit that n "inning team
wouldn't cure.
The committee, unde; Vice
President Henrv Onpenboi ha
irne*up with some we,id sug
gestions, for instance the pi
posed cheer of Arf. arf. arf
(believe it or iaot TP tin
Cry of the Hungry Gator.'
which sounds more like sic';
dog. Color Day. which was sup
posed to he at the George
same, and the rat cap scheme
are likely o receive little sue
port
Talents of student government
leaders could .certainly be put
to solving bigger and more ini
portant problems confront i n g
the students, leaving school spi
It up to the cheerleaders, who
know' more about it snywa \

derfjs revealed having occasion
to warn a student suspected of
cribbing
Os the students interviewed In
he campus-wide survey, 1.575
favored having an Honor System
while 198 opposed Proctors
were favored, however, by 255
interviewed
Fifty percent of fatuity mem members
bers members surveyed felt the Universit'
of Florida honor code superior
to other colleges codes, while 40
said H. was weaker. Size of the
University was deemed prim
fault by. most dissenters, ar
cording to the survey
Two abrupt changes in the Ho
nor System were recommended
last year by the surveying com
mittee. One of the changes
would provide for a number of
empogarv justices selected m
random to act as a jury along
with the permanent justice. The
other recommended change con concerned
cerned concerned the wording of the
pledge
Suggested was. On my honor
a. a Florida student I have
neither given nor received nor
have 1 seen others givp or re
reive aid on this exam."
Thexe are problems, among
others, to be analys sed by the
Hicks committee Outstanding
among committee objectives is a
desire to create complete stu student
dent student support of the Universit'
of Florida Honor Svstem
Cases have be en reporte
where teat administrators ha\e
handicapped students desiring to
take a smoke break during a
test. This :s contrary to trie sys system.
tem. system. ?ays the committee, and
nlans are underway to thorough thorough
thorough orientate test administrators
The committee is anxious m
defects in the system
The committee under excellent
guidance and leadership, is fa::
and open-minded Suggestions
omplaints, remedies H>ks
says the committee solicits and
welcomes any student ideas,
Florida's Honor System is
ermed a cherished tradition,
The committee is functioning to
maintain the system ss a tra
iition, not a memory. Interest
and support is invited.
The honor system Depends
I'pon You .
4

LETTERS TC THE EDITOR
President Reitz Thanks
Helpers in Homecoming

hditor:
tt would De difficult mdecid k
wnte every individual stude:"
who contributed to the success
if our 1956 Homecoming l should
like, therefore to express m.\
warm appreciation <> ihen
through 'he columns of the A I:
gator. r
Beginning with the parade on
Friday and concluding with rhf
victory over Auburn on S;Uu.
day the events of Homecoui.mg
unfolded with almost clock-like
precision and perfection Resorts
from all sides indicate that i:
was one of the best Home on
mgs we have ever had a' T.-
University.
Fraternities sororities and o'
et groups contributed gteatly
'he occasion with their fine loafs
'in the parade and their .c tun
tive house decorations The Flo:
ida Blue Key Banquet was at
ended by a record number of
Blue Key Alumni and dinting
guished leaders from all walks
of Iffe
The Ga tovGrowl was excellent

The Florida Alligator
All-American Honor Rating, 1953-56
Tl> ILOHIDA AI.LIG A TOB I? khe offUUI *luirnl nfMi*prr ijt ibe limrrltV of
F lartd* juod i* published eter* I uf*d*t and Itrldax* morning a- irirrpt during ho :
darn, racations and examination periods The FLORIDA %LL!jGAIOB K rntered
% verond elm** matter at the | nited Offices are loeated in Rxm ij' and t In lh(r Florida Lnion Nuildln*
Telephone mireralte of Florid* |F R Fxt S eriit*rlal older (in* hu
neaa offire Line IP j
Editor-in-Chief Don Bacon
Managing Editor...!... Ed Johnson
Business Mgr. ...... Jack Hutchinson
EDITORIAL SlklF
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STAFF WRITERS
M,n Arm Bran Mord Bob Irbomr. Voim Glam Buddi Himlhi lulr t.lpp
l.inrt Moakowiti. Hill Troffrr |md> Canning ; lin> lolmai llii*h l.oUfr b
\||rn. Ann Blalrr. Lrr Frnnrll. jlnhn Ha mlllon rrtr O'bnrnr linn 'ohinidi K'n
'hrr St a Rlumhrrg Mike Zler. Grace Hinson,i loe Thnma*
BUSINESS ST An
i hark Ruffnet Asst Business Man.s*rr Glenn prnesr trank Gr> C O Ginr
Ann Payne Seolt Handeork Tet* l.ibbnns Bob Hslman Ira (all Gm Bushier
Rill Barsb Marlin Steiner, shell' Maselsleln. Huger I.eels John Reeder
iima; staff
Pbillls Kiilimjlin Joann Heldertrelrh Nanc Kmeli Betts l.tnt Bradlnrrl (arnl
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Max shuJman|
LITTLE STORIES \\ I H HU. MOR ALS
hirst Little Story
Once upon a time when the inventors of the airplane
were very small boys, the roof oh their house developer]
a terrible leak. A repairman was called to fix it He set
his ladder against the side of the house, but it was a
very tall house and his ladder was not quite long enough
to reach the roof.
Sir. we have an Idea." said the hoys who even at that
tender age were resourceful littfle chaps. We will gel
up on top of the ladder and boost you tip on the roof.
So the boys climbed to the tolp of the ladder, and the
repairman came after them, and they tried to boost hiru
up on the roof. But. alas, the pla|n did not work and they
all came tumbling down in a heap.
MORAL: Two Wrights don't woke a rear;.
Second Little Story
Once upon a time a German exchange student came
from Old Heidelberg to an Anjerican university. One
night there was a bi|ll session going on in the room next
to his. "Ach, excuse me, he said timidly to the group bf
young men assembled there, "nb re what is that heavenly
smell I smell?
Why, that is the fragrant aroma of our Philip Morris
cigarettes, said one of the men.
Hirnmel, such natural tobaclogoodness !"
"Itcomes in regillarsize in thfe 1 handy Snap-Open pack,
or in long size in tnp new crtishnroof box. Won't you
try one?
Dnnkcschdn ." -aid the Gel-man exchange student
happilv, and from that night foijward, whenever the men
lit up Philip Morris Gigarettes. he never failed to be
present.
MORAL: Where theres annUm, then a Meyer.
Third Little Story
Once upon a tintie Penelope, ithe wife of Ulysses, had
herself a mess of tfouble in Ithaca. With her husband
away at the Trojan War, all the local blades were wooing
Penelope like crazy. She stallbd them by saying -he
wouldnt make her choice.until she finished weaving a
rug. Each night when her suitors had gone home, Penel Penelope,
ope, Penelope, that, sly minx, would unravel all the weaving she
had done during tb da
hide:r Urt?
ell sir, one night she lefther rug lying outside. It
rained buckets, and the rug got all matted and -hi unken.
and Penelope couldnt unwind ijt. When the suitor- came
back in the morning, the pocir frantic woman started
running all oyer the house looking for a place to hide.
Well sir. it happened that [Sappho, the poetess, had
come over the night before to writ an ode about Penel- (
r.pes Grecian mm So'she dont you hide in this urn ? I think it's big enough if youll
kind of squinch down.
So Penelope hopped in the urn. and it concealed her
perfectly except for her hair-do which- was worn upswept
in the Greek manner.
Well sir, with the suitor.- pounding on the door, Sap Sappho
pho Sappho had to move fast. She whipped out a razor and cut
off Penelope's hair The suitors looked high and low hut
they couldnt find Penelope.
x, MORAL A Pitnnp shared i* n Penny urned.
t Max Shulman I>6S t
> 4re you itill teith ut? If o. M-nle vt/ur battered nerver with
n mild and late Philip Mnrri *. natural tobacco goodnei* all
the irn' through, mode h* the tponnon of thi* column.
1


ind reflected ,-Hieful pJanruni
broughout. The dedication of.
'he jcarillonir bell- the bieak
isti sponsor! ; bj legal tjrater-f
nines the alunirju offer *ihe :
lohj Marshall Hi Skits, the
Alumm-Legislativl' barbecue, c :
he Trianon supper were all we
and throj'oughly appro
aten by participating gues s
l .i.-tly the vat loinj offees. hreac
tafetk -ind reu:uj>ns si.edts.
hi [the tndividuiM colleges bi-.i'
Mbjited to the Gue Hone, ne
ng spin: as th.e\ ifto-dcd g> : -H '
aites and .facnltt members k
, hajnee for reneija r>f past a-
M'ii latjOns and friendships Aft
if his shows the areful plani
'.ink and prog: nun ng done-h
Flopida.. Blue Kiv j
1 j thank indivi,juail- ci-i oV
e tfively all ivhH gave rT t the.ii
mb and effort toward inakjnt
"in ( Homecoming ; h ah oute
siahding success! y,
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A team of Florida debaters is
competing for honors at the Soutn Soutnerr.
err. Soutnerr. Region Tau Kappa Alpha
tournament at Anhui n today and
tomorrow. Harold Klapper and
Fred Berger will debate affirma affirmative
tive affirmative and Dn k Masingcon and Har-
I old; Eisner will take the negative
i stand.
debaters Joe Sc wart and Jules
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! dishbnt.inuence of. dire t economic
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University ot Miami and Notre
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I the ygrripus this weekend Joan
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! Bv! ron McKissar k will present a dem demonstration
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across The busy intersection ol 13th Street between the girls dornts and. the I'. K. Vonge school,
i Officials have given no indication as when the walkway will be completed, (f.ator Photo.)

SOCIALLY SPEAKING
!Initiations, Socials Set;
Greeks Rest Up After Jax
As Activities Quiet Down

By M\RJ ANN BK ANSI Olt!)
( afor Society Editor
Social activities quiet down
this wi.-ekend after the whirlwind
of par-ies- and dances following
| the Georgia game Initiations
! and' sjoei-al's take the spotlight
this w ekend.
The Phi Taus and Lambda
('ill's \ ill pla; the first football
: game d a series of annual meet meetmgs
mgs meetmgs :< imorrow afternoon. The
winno will be awarded a tro tro,
, tro, phy wi h a party held at their
; house hat evening Tonight the
Phi Tail's will hold a record par party
ty party at. me house. The Phi Mu's
were entertained Wednesday
night lit a social at the house.
The ATO's were entertained
Wednc day night at a weiner
roast at the Zeta house A re
reption was held recentlyfor the
ATO housemother. Mrs. -I B.
Shivci. who has been with the
chapter a year.
New sisters of Zeta who yet e
mKited last night are: Andy
Wade, Melissa Henry, Joan
Johnson. Nancy Cox. Janet
Payne.; Lois Blanchard,- Cyndy
Bailey, and Judy Trexler. New
es; pledge of Zeta is Cindy
Canniri Monday night the Dolts
were entertained at a "Carni "Carnival"
val" "Carnival" party at the house
, The Jiolts have a social with
the Phi Mu's Monday night at
| the Del house.
, The Betas held a banquet last
night ? the house in honor of
j G. Heibert Smith, former Na National
tional National 'raternity president and
president of Willamette college.
He is here for the National Con Convention
vention Convention of Phi Eta Sigma, of
which he is national vice-presi vice-president.
dent. vice-president.
i The HD's were entertained

Wednesday night at a dinner so social
cial social at the Sigma Nu house
TEP Brothers will be guests of
the pledges Saturday night for a
party at thjj house. The playboys
will provide the music. A pledge
brother softball game Will pre precede
cede precede the jartv Saturday
New nrtiates of Chi O are
Donna Hakanan, Ann Mosley.
Trudy Foyt. Mary Dorsett. and
Margaret Ruth Kelley. A ban
quet was held in their honor
Wednesday', night at the Kit Kat.
New plejdges of Chi O are Betty
Ann Conk and Celia White.
New brothers of Phi Gam are
Buddy Yarborough, Brooks Leff Leffingwelp
ingwelp Leffingwelp and Ira Hodges.
The AOPijs are hav'ing a
Thanksgiving Smorgasbord din dinner
ner dinner Sunday [night at the house
-in honor of j faculty members.
Each girl isjinviting her favorite
professor to! dinner.
New pledges of Phi Mu are
Ramona 'Wolford -and Joan Kel Kelley
ley Kelley i
The IH.'k entertained the Be Beta's
ta's Beta's Wednesday' night at coffee.
Newest pledge of Alpha Chi is
Joan Rdsasco.
Mu Tail Colony of Sigma .Al .Alpha
pha .Alpha Mu will entertain the
AEPhis at a social at the house
Monday night.
Players Seek 'Grips'
For December Play
Students interested in working
! backstage or in building of props
, lor the next Florida Players pro production
duction production in December arc urged to
apply tlfls weak, according to Mark
Statham. technical director.
The Players presentation of "The
; Play's the Tb|ng" will be given in
P. K. Yonge Auditorium Dec. 5.
H. 7. and k. |
Phil Hill is crew director Alan
Lewis, lighting director and Jim
Phipps and Gene Eaker. assist assist;ants.
;ants. assist;ants. -j
The backstage crew meets daily
t-5 p.m. and 7-10 p.m. in the Play Players
ers Players vvorkship located behind Grove
Hall, and interested students are
invited to ajtend. according to
' Statham.
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Honor Court Gets
Six Convictions
Seven cases nave been tried
by the Honor Court this semes semester,with
ter,with semester,with six convictions result resulting
ing resulting from court acton accord according
ing according to Murray Williams, clerk
of the court.
Two of the cases -involved
stealing and the remainder were
based on cheating charges, the
clerk said.
Six cases have been dropped
for insufficient evidence during
the same period.
Williams said at least 20 hours
of investigation goes Into every
case reported before the suspect,
is contacted and the possibility
of trial is consider! I

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For Comedy
Dirt" tor Cln'torci B Ashby re re*
* re* centlv announced the fast tor
Florida Playi-t--.'., coming produc production,
tion, production, "Tne Play's the Thing
Trie Dei ember presentation will
s: ir Tom Runner as Sandar Klip
Smith as Marts fey, Dick Dunn as
Albert Adam Joun Grohrn.au as
Johann Dwor r. t s lek
Walker as Ilona Szabo. and \V il*
ker Blodgett as .Well.
The sopuistii c > ad adapted
apted adapted for American r stage by P
G Woodhouse, has Held wo ong
runs on Broadway 313 showings
in. 1926 and 2H in 19.4 k
The Hungarian Dorn tuthoil Id Idem
em Idem Moln.ii. was, a law student
novelist playwright, and waj- cor correspondent
respondent correspondent during his lifetime.
Library Slates
Woodrow Wilson
Centennial Fete
Woodrow Wilson Centema. Year
is being observed at the Iniver
sitv with a special display in the
Library.
Photographs loaned by the Wii
son Fbundiation. per-umil letters
from the collection of Dr. George
C Osborn, faculty member in the
history department, and facsira facsirallies
llies facsirallies of documents signed by Wil Wilson
son Wilson when he was President of the,
Tnited States, are o>i exhibit on
the first and second floors.
Dr Osborn i an authority on
Wilson, and has edited corres correspondence
pondence correspondence by the late President for
.publication in quarterlies and bul bulletins
letins bulletins He is comple*mg a paper
which will appear in the -Decem -December
ber -December issue of Journal of Southern
Spech Association
Included in facsimiles, recently
purchased from the Wilson Fou.i
i dation b\ the tUniversity Librar Libraries,
ies, Libraries, is Wilson s firs: inaugural ad ad:
: ad: dress.
The display w ill .remain on view
for two weeks.

(he Florida Alligator, Friday, Nov. 16, 1956

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IN LAW AUDITORIUM AT 8
PCL Prof Discusses Middleeast

The crisis existing in the Middle
East will jbe discussed by Dr M-
Ired Diamant at S o'clock to tonight
night tonight in the Law Auditorium
Diamant, professor ot political
science. Will address the Inter
national Students Organization at..

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a special meeting. All students
and faculiy are invited to attend,
according to *Fareed Ossi, presi president.
dent. president.
Foreign students representing
, fifty countries are members of
lisp, in addition to in'- -rested U.S-.'

students. Ossi s-itrt Tire Florida
organization is foui year.- old.
and similar groups exist on pra-c pra-c---
-- pra-c--- tically all US. campuses Ossi
added.
- They are all observed by United
1 Nations members, tine in large
part to tile aim of the organiz organization
ation organization to pYomote mutual under understanding
standing understanding between foreign students
and Americans on campus.
The Florida group is divided
into eignt world area committees,
the Caribbean. Central America,
Europe. South Asia, East Asia.
Near East. North America aid
and South America. Each commit committee
tee committee has a representative on the
ISO s executive council.
Ossie says, over fifty students
attend each meeting with about
15 active members. General as assembly
sembly assembly meetings, are twice month monthly.
ly. monthly. featuring a dance or other so-
Icial program followed by refresh refreshments.
ments. refreshments.
Tonight's program is sponsored
b\ ISO and the Student Religious
Organization.
Besides Ossi. who is from Iraq,
other officers of the foreign stu student's
dent's student's group are Rudy S Inals,
vice president from -Dutch West
Indies. Kathy McGinty, s;-e> e.tary
and Marcia Zindr, recording .sec .secretary,
retary, .secretary, United States: and Hilde Hildebram
bram Hildebram Diaz, treasurer from Cuba.
Bas ; Tarladg-is. Orcei < is -ce
student government commissioner
for foreign affairs.
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and drop card- to a road-gam;. Brat e up, menfinals are lun
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More Than 2,200 Get Polio Shots

More than -'A -- -undent-: have
received the first round, of free
Salk polio .vaccine shots -it the
infirmary, according, to Mrs. Ann
Melchet in ciharg|p of inoculations.
Expense id the vat < c.mii:-
a:ions is a the N-d
Polio Fouudatibn arrij is open to
all students!
Salk .no. illations consist of fc.:

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Between Heoven
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wmi
ROBERT \V M livi .R
TERRY MOORE
Seven Year Itch
WITH WITHMA
MA WITHMA R tI.YX MON RE E
TOM EWEI-L
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Three
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Return of
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she's. Four weeks nfter receiving'
the fust shot, the student is Riven
he second inoculation. The final
injection is given six months af after
ter after the se< ond shot.
Students may begin the program.
mvlime. Mrs Mcfcher said. I*
is not necessary to report to the
desk or to obtain the medical file
to enroll in the program, she noted.;

frTday
Trapeze
Burt Lonco' ter' and Tony Curt r,
Fiame Os The
Islands
Howard Doff and Zachary Seen
SATURDAY
Great Day In
The Morning
Virginia Move ond Ruth Romon
Fox Fire
Jone Russell ond Jeff Chandler
Sunday and Monday
Between Heaven
And Hell
Robert Wagner ond Terry Were
Night City
Richard Widmork & Gene Ti-r.-r
Tuesday and Wednesday
The Catered
Affair
Bette .Davis and Ernest Borgmre
The Fastest Gun
Alive
Qlenn Ford nnrl Jeanne Grain
Thursday and Friday
The Rawhide
Years
Tony C r t' nnd Mifft -I
The Lone Ranger
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The Florida Alligator, Friday, Nr" lb. 19L6

IN THE DARK
Movie Fare Features War,
Heavy Drama And Satire

f!> ROBE RT IKROMF,
<*ntor Staff Writer
V vu ; students prefer a dia diam.
m. diam. masterpiece or a stirring
i ;s ist. r-i.-ai Spectacle, t.hey are
; e :a be ertertainetl b\ War
' mu Peace, the current ultra
tii a the Florida theater.
He e is presented a patioram.
that stretches from the
.uv .: ; of the 19th centUrv Rus Russian
sian Russian nobility to the gigarttn
'struggle between French an u
Ru?si in armies. Under the hand
of veteran director -King Vidor,
e.n-h principal character comes
to life. Audrey Hepburn porfiays
riie hildlike heroine, Natasha
Henry Fonda is the 'idealist''
Pierre Mel Ferrer, the proud
Vince. Andtey: and Ani'a Kk
)erg! the seductive Princess
lelene
Judy Holliday and Paul Doug
is poke fun at big business
"The Solid Gold Cadillac."
nening Wednesday a the
".orida. In this version of the
umicai stage success, "Judy is
| a not so dumb blonde who
n ikes a shifty, Board of Direr
tor jittery with embarrassing
questions They' fry to sunt hei
:p. but there's >no stopping a
. determined female oti the trail
of laughter.
Hold Bai k the N th' best
selling action novel of the Kor Kor.
. Kor. ean conflict, comes to the s <
pith John Pavne and Mona Free Freenfan.
nfan. Freenfan. This State feature f..- Fri Friday
day Friday and Saturday records the
heroic wdhdrawl of the Mar'ine.*.
in the midwinter campaign of 1
; 1950.
Two outstanding hits of the
pa.st tiiat reaped Andeniv Aiv-
irds for their female stars re return
turn return to the Stale theater Sun Sunday
day Sunday and Monday. Jane Wyman
portrays the sensitive mute
"Johnny Belinda. who comes
to face life with the help >t
the local doctor. Lew Avers:
Costa Ricans Set
College Study
Four members of the staff of
the University of Costa Rica will'
arrive here Nov 26 for special
study of the administration of
sphoolsl
u Dean .1 B White of the College
of Education, will be coordinator.
for the program of observation'
and. conferences. The educator
will he in this country undei tin
auspices of the International Co Cooperation
operation Cooperation Administration of the*
Department, of Health and Kdu
- cation, Washington, D C.

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r and a pfane crew sTarjded trt
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Joan Crawford s Os .< .nr. _>
performance as the deacilv
Mildred Pierce is r...;- of the
second bill.
The Austrian made fil-n r;-.e
Last Teh Days attempts to
answer the intriguing question,
Is Hitler really dead' 1 Showing
Tuesday and Wednesday at the
State, this movie re-enacts the
dictators final davs in his Be,
hn bunker.
The Sate midnight movie for
Saturday is' Island in the Sky
an adventure with John Wayne

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Graduate Club Meets
A .' ,:! ilr -.jp'ss Hi-fi'
.ng of tive Graduate Club wifi rc
! held tonight at o dock in John
.son lx>urge of the Union Plans
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Charges Against
Student Changed
By City Police
A University undent whs ar arrested
rested arrested by c:ty police early last
Friday morning: rfnd charged with
drunken and disorderly behavior
The charge originally leveled
against 27-year-old Don Coie was
' hi caking and entering" a Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville residence. but the charge
v. a dropped, according the city
police.
A resident at a local address
reported at 5:15 that morning that
a "prowler" was in the neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. Police arrested' Cole when
they arrived a few minutes later.
Cole told tire jAlligaio! he had
been dunking and nristakingly en entered
tered entered a house sitmlar to his. -
Cole forfeited iji SSO bond which
he posted that morning by fail failing
ing failing to appear in-city court last
Tuesday, poin t (officials said
j
ROTC Deportment
Names 2 Officers
Two new Officers have been as assigned
signed assigned to the University Army
ROTC Detachment; Col. Marvin
A Kreidberg announced yester yesterday.
day. yesterday.
("apt Harold been appointed Assistant professor
of military science and tactics and
Chief Warrant [Officer Vergil J,
Campbell is assuming the adjut adjutant's
ant's adjutant's post.
Prior to then (arrival in Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. Capain Ernst was stationed
in New York arid CWO Campbell
was adjutant ofj Army forces in
Iceland.
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Tonight
FRIDAY, November 15th


Gas Co-Op Plan Gets a Customer
George Pennington, junior class president, Wednesday made the UrM disemint gasoline pur
chase under Student Government's eo op plan. Co-op purchasers receive a five-rent diseount per
gallon on gas and '!<* percent oif on all other accessories. M y h--r-.lips good Tor a students'*
i entire stay at the University, are SI and may he purchased at the Student Information IWth
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Thomason
Returns From
Convention
Dr. Bruce Thomason, associate
professor of vocational rehabil rehabilitation
itation rehabilitation counseling at the Univer University
sity University has returned from Denver.
Colorado where he attended the
annual convention of the National
Rehabilitation Association
IX Thom aeon, official dele delegate
gate delegate from the state, represented
the University on the new vo vocational
cational vocational and counseling training
' program
Job Placement
Opportunities
This is the schedule of recruit
ment interviews by representa
Jives of business and industry on
campus today and next week. Un Unless
less Unless otherwise stated, for infor information
mation information and appointments for nor
technical jobs go to Universit
Placement; Service, Building
and for information and
pointments for technical jobs g
to Ron rn 300. Engineei
Building.
TODAY
\R.M V Ganjen City, X Y gt
rating students in Physics, an.
Electrical and Mechanical E,
gineering.
ESSO STANDARD OIL. Linde
N Y Graduating students in Or.
Chemical. Electrical. Industrial
and Me< hanical Engineering.
NEW MIRK LIFE INSURANCE
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in all non-technical fields for posi positions
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MON II \ 4
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Texas City. Tex Graduating stu students
dents students in Chemiral Engineering and
Chemistry.
CARBIDE AND C \ R B O
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in Agriculture, Chemical Eng
i r.eenng and Chemistry for po po,
, po, tions in technical sale* sail
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Graduating seniors in Engineei if
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I NORTHROP AIRCRAFT. H,
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in Mal i Physics, and Aeronaut,
cal. Civil Electrical and Meehan
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SCABBARD AND BLADE INITIATES
1894 Map Is No Help In Millhop Skirmish

I A:ta- king a hole in th c
ground was the objective of 23
Florida Scabbard and Blade in initiates
itiates initiates late last night.
Located approximately seven
I miles northwest of Gainesville
the sinkhole S known as the
j "Devils Mil chopper It was
"attacked" from a distar.ee- of
two miles with the aid of a com com|!
|! com|! pass and an 1891 map
The map was of little use.
L said ('apt Louis VV. Dornbusn
j asst prof, of Military Science
3 andj Tactics "Many of the roads
I j and landmarks no longer exist
j The group of pledges, each
| dressed in full, combat gear.
were divided into three squads
. One member accompanied each
I pledge group and maintained ra radio
dio radio contact as a safety precau-
I.j tion.
! KACERE TALKS OF
1 JAZZ RECORDINGS
A .la// record part\ is slated
for 3 oclock Sunday afternoon
in .Johnson Ixninge of the Flor
ida Union. -John Kacere. pro professor
fessor professor in the art department,
will comment on the record recordings.
ings. recordings. Refreshments will be ser
ved.

The light problem ended a
four day pledge period; said
! tarjkt is Punt this nm<
pledges were to give themselves
verbal dvfll orders w;.de "mp%
t-n-g' -about the campus in a me.
!ar>" rfiannei Uach pied,-9 ear earned'
ned' earned' a 55- inch, hand-made red
and. bi le blade two indies be being
ing being added to the length each
Collins Selects
ROTC Drill Team
Tite Bit... M.l -hell. Dr.il 'Lean.
:: u been ed by 1 verm Le
Roy Coilir.s to be ais petsonal.
honor guard at his inauguration
in-Tallahassee >n January.
Founded a the Uni.versity in
1951;. the team this yea: is under
the command of Lt. Col, Fred N
Made, Air Force ROTC cadet from
St Petersburg.
Tentative trips tor the Billy M:t M:t-che.ll
che.ll M:t-che.ll Drill Team this year include
the Mardi Gras in New Orleans
St. Petersburg Sunshine Festi
vai'j Miami's King Orange Parade
and the Cherry Blossom Festival
:n Washington DC

~;
Th n Florida A1 it c'a for. Friday, Nov. 16, 1956~-1

Capt Dornbush. faculty and
rulita'ry adviser said outstaind
g leadership ability and aca
'i?niic achievement are stresae
:n the cluh. Retired. officers,
many of whom live in the.
Gainesville area, are invited to
speak before the club and pre presen'
sen' presen' personal viewpoints of ser
vice life, he added
Orientation bf w ves and fian
ees is also a .part of the regu
ir prngr said Dornbush
Meeting's are held in local homes
to fanrha: -e w.vv-; and far
cee with facts involving travel
nay and roV of living.
Officers of the club are Cap*
Forrest C Wood Jr Ist L? He 1

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